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WatchDog 1000/2000 Series Data Shuttle

Transport weather data from your 2000 Series Stations or 1000 Series Micro Stations to your host PC Read More

Quantity Item Name Item Number Price
WatchDog 1000/2000 Series Data Shuttle 3679WD1 $359.00
Product Features

WatchDog 1000/2000 Series Data Shuttle

  • Transport your weather data and bring back to your host PC.  Use with Spec 9 software to offload to your desktop PC.
  • Holds data for multiple stations (up to 5 Full, 10 Mini, or 12 Micro Stations)
  • Fail-safe, nonvolatile EEPROM memory provides added dependability and convenience.
  • To be used with the 2000 Series Weather and Mini Stations, and the 1000 Series Micro Stations.
  • Includes soft-sided case (also available separately, Item 7500)

Software: Spec8 Pro or greater; Spec 9 Pro 9.02 Build 0223 or greater
for use with WatchDog 1000 Series Loggers.
Compatibility: The WatchDog 1000/2000 Data Shuttle performs the following functions:
• Offloads data from WatchDog 1000 and 2000 Loggers, Mini Stations,
and Weather Stations in the field.
• Checks battery status and alerts the user if the station/logger batteries
need to be replaced.
• If necessary, corrects the station/logger’s time-of-day clock.
• Communicates with SpecWare to transfer the offloaded data to the PC.

Capacity: Can hold the maximum amount of data from 5 WatchDog 2000 Series Weather Stations, 10 Mini Stations, or 12 Loggers. Because it holds only the new data from any logger or station, it will hold data from up to 25 loggers or stations.
Speed: Offloads the maximum amount of data from a WatchDog 2000

Series Weather Station in approximately 22 minutes (depending on the number of sensors in use). Partial offloads complete proportionately faster.

Battery: 1 user-replaceable 9V alkaline battery. Battery life is about 6 months at idle. The battery is consumed at a greater rate while reading and writing. A battery can process approximately 10 full shuttles. As a rule of thumb, if the Data Shuttle display reads “30% FULL”, then 3% of he projected battery life will have been consumed in transferring that data from the logger/station and to the PC.

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