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Customizing a weather station to match your weather monitoring needs is an ideal use of Campbell Scientific equipment. We offer the individual components required to build a weather station, with multiple offerings to allow you to choose the degree of accuracy required for your weather station application. Whether this is your first weather station installation, or you manage a weather network, our staff can help you select the correct component for your station from the tripod or tower mounting structure to calculating a power budget. We understand that researchers in Antarctica have different needs than wind profilers in Wyoming or trans-oceanographic vessels. But don't take our word for it--visit our Solutions pages to see how our customers have used our equipment, and use the links we've provided to visit the dedicated sections within our web site.


For detailed specifications, see individual product pages. The components of a weather station are:
  • Tripod or Tower - provides a sturdy mounting platform
  • Datalogger - controls the system
  • Sensors - measure the parameters you need
  • Software - enables you to set up your system
  • Data storage - extends the memory of your datalogger
  • Data retrieval - peripherals reduce site visits
  • Peripherals - extend the functionality of the datalogger
  • Power Supply - powers the system

Case Studies

Utah 2002 Winter Olympics: Real-Time Weather Data
When Salt Lake City opens its doors to the world for the 2002 Winter more
North Dakota Agricultural Weather Network
North Dakota agriculture ranks high in the nation’s crop production: No. 1 in durum more
Antarctica: Dry Valley Ecosystems
The Long-Term Ecological Research (LTER) program, sponsored by the National Science Foundation, monitors ecological more
Atlantic Ocean: Weather Monitoring
Weather stations aboard buoys in the Atlantic Ocean, west of Ireland, provide the UK more