Portable Weather Stations

Portable Weather Stations

Portable Weather Stations, popular with HazMat teams and environmental researchers alike, offer a rapid-deployment option for short-term on-site weather monitoring. US DHS SAVER report commended for detailed user manual "easy to use and provided clear instructions" and the Weather Display Console "offering many easy-to-use display options."

All portable weather station systems include:

  • Rugged, roller carrying case
  • Battery power system with charger and backup
  • Wireless transceivers (2.4 GHz up to two-mile LOS range)
  • Sensor tripod mast with carrying bag

"The weather station functioned flawlessly with the interface with CAMEO and our new laptops." – City of Yonkers Hazmat Team

Click a model below to discover which portable weather station is best for you.
     Magellan Portable Weather Station      Orion Nomad Portable Weather Station      PegasusEX Portable Weather Station

Magellan Portable


Orion Nomad 


Pegasus FLX

Magellan Portable Weather Station

Magellan Portable Weather Stations feature a heavy-duty, yet compact sensor module with an internal fluxgate compass for self-alignment of wind direction. Sonic wind speed sensor combines with temperature, humidity and barometric pressure sensors housed in a powder-coated metal radiation shield.

Orion Nomad Portable Weather Station

Orion Nomad Portable Weather Stations feature an all-in-one sensor unit with ultrasonic wind direction and speed measurements, a highly-accurate impact rain sensor, capacitive relative humidity, temperature and barometric pressure readings. No moving parts enhances ease of use and durability. Increased resolution and accuracy make this system ideal for high-precision weather monitoring.

Pegasus FLX Portable Weather Station

Pegasus FLX Portable Weather Stations feature a modular system with multiple sensor options. With durable aluminum/stainless steel construction, the wind direction and wind speed sensor offers two-degree wind direction resolution and high accuracy.

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