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best choice: Inspeed or Davis sensors?
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(20-08-2019, 04:51)markkkk42 Wrote: I used the davis wind and direction sensor on my Plus for quite a long time until the direction sensor pot died. I fixed it and used it again but decided to try the INspeed ones. Much better units in operation. I did make my own adaptors to fit it to my tubes for mounting but they have been flawless so far. Infact I am going to get another set for home. I think it cost me US$150 at the time for both plus shipping and dollar conversion they cost me around AUS$275 landed. heaps cheaper than any Davis setup for the same. I would recommend them and mine are in a hard enviroment here in OZ. The station is out on my farm in a dryish hot area about 50km west of the east coast. What I would like to find is a Davis rain gauge and temperature housing. They are hard to come by unless anyone knows of something else that is reasonably priced and actually works well

https://www.wunderground.com/dashboard/p...44#history

Thank you very much for your insight!

maybe I'll try to email Inspeed one more time and hopefully they will give a reply.
Else I will go for the Davis...
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RE: best choice: Inspeed or Davis sensors? - by edr1924 - 20-08-2019, 15:47



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