Anemometer/Sensor Transmitter Kit

Product number: 6332

With Vantage Pro2, this solar-powered kit allows you to mount the anemometer in a different location than the integrated sensor suite (up to 1,000 ft. [300 m] from your wireless console/receiver).

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Features & Benefits

Add flexibility in sensor siting options

The anemometer on your Vantage Pro2 integrated sensor suite comes with a cable that allows you to mount it separately, up to 40 ft. (12 m), from the rain collector and temperature/humidity sensors. When greater separation is needed, this kit allows you to mount your anemometer even farther away from the rest of the ISS — as far as 1000 feet (300 meters) from your console/receiver.

With Envoy8X, you can use this kit with any of our sensors including solar radiation, UV, temperature probe, anemometer, rain, temperature/humidity sensors, and third-party sensors that report in a range of 0-3 volts



Long transmission range

Frequency-hopping, spread-spectrum radio  provides reliable transmission up to  1000 feet (300 meters).

For longer distances, add one or more wireless repeaters.




Plenty of power

Solar-powered with capacitor and lithium back up battery.

Battery easily lasts 8 months without sunlight; more than two years depending on solar charging.



  • Weather-resistant shelter for transmitter
  • Solar panel
  • Backup battery
  • Mounting hardware


Any Vantage receiver including:

  • Wireless Vantage Pro2 console
  • Wireless Vantage Connect
  • Vantage Vue console
  • Wireless Weather Envoy
  • Envoy8X

Sensor, including:

  • Vantage Pro2 anemometer (included on your Vantage Pro2 ISS)
  • Temperature probe
  • Temperature/Humidity sensor

Using Multiple Sensors:

You can use multiple sensors by adding an Envoy8X which allows you to use a combination of Davis Sensors or even a 3rd-party sensor. Contact Tech Support for guidance and options in setting up your system.

  • Rain collector
  • UV Sensor
  • Solar Radiation Sensor
  • Third Party Sensor
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