Qubino’s smart home Weather Station has 4 sensors which can measure 10 different data points.
The Wind Gauge is powered by a solar panel and measures wind direction, wind velocity, wind gust, wind chill and temperature. The Rain Gauge measures, you guessed it, rainfall and the 2 Thermo-Hygro sensors can measure indoor / outdoor temperature and indoor / outdoor humidity.
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A special USB transceiver provides the gateway between the 433 MHz sensors and your Z-Wave Plus network.
The remote weather sensors include two Thermo-Hygrometers (with LCD display), Anemometer (Wind Sensor) and Rain Sensor. All data collected by the sensors are transmitted to the Weather Station USB Key by wireless RF. Due to USB Key which acts as a converter all 10 values (end points) from sensors are presented in Z-Wave network
The Qubino Weather Station is available for around £225.