Weather Station Rain Gauge

By Netatmo

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This rain gauge connects to the Netatmo weather station, and it does more than simply collect water. It will send rainfall amounts straight to your smartphone and even alert you the moment it starts raining. Use it to keep tabs on how much water your plants need, or just to track historical precipitation data for your home.

  • Requires the Netatmo Weather Station to operate (sold separately)
  • Material: UV-resistant plastic
  • Care: Wipe with a cloth
  • Measurement via Tipping Buckets
  • Accuracy: 1mm/h / 0.04 in/h
  • 100 meter wireless connection between modules
  • Powered by 2 AAA batteries (included)
  • 1 year guarantee
  • Connect one rain gauge module per Netatmo Station
  • Made in China
  • Dimensions: 4.3" x 5" D
  • Weight: 0.47 lb.
Netatmo - Indoor-Outdoor Atmospheric Monitor

About Netatmo

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Netatmo is a home weather station that goes far beyond displaying the temperature and providing a forecast. It wirelessly connects to your smartphone or tablet, so the information is always at your fingertips. Even better, Netatmo also tests the humidity, air quality, CO2 level, and even the amount of ambient noise indoors. And because it stores the details, you can track trends and reference the past easily.

Knowing your home’s air quality is especially valuable, since it’s something humans do not sense easily. Let Netatmo alert you when it’s time to open some windows and let the fresh air in. Or set up other personalized alerts—like getting a text when it dips below freezing outside. You don’t even have to be home to get a notice, so create one to inform you when the ambient noise level is too high (are the kids blasting music when you finally have a night out?).

Netatmo’s industrial design will fit in anywhere. Its two aluminum cylinders are elegantly modern. One is placed outdoors to provide accurate conditions right outside your home (temperature, humidity, air quality) while one stays inside to keep tabs on all of that plus CO2 levels. Add additional indoor modules to track conditions in different parts of the house, or a rain gauge to measure local precipitation.

With Netatmo, the details of your atmosphere just got a whole lot clearer.