Weather And Air Quality Monitoring With Netatmo Personal Weather Station



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Netatmo presents the first Made for iPhone & iPad Weather Station, a powerful tool to understand your living environment.The Netatmo system is made up of two individual Wi-Fi-connected modules, one for indoors that is powered by USB, and one for outdoors, which draws power from four AA batteries. The outdoor unit measures temperature and humidity, while the indoor unit’s sensors measure temperature, humidity, air pressure, CO2 and sound levels. Users can access a seven-day forecast, those in the U.S and Europe are also able to access outdoor air quality index information, both of which are taken from online sources. The modules transmit their records to an iPhone, iPad, iPod touch or Android device running version 2.3.4 or higher via Wi-Fi (b/g/n). Due to Netatmo system users can compare environmental conditions over time, using the data stored on the units via a free online account; the smart technology sends real time alerts when indoor CO2 level rises. By means of discovering weather patterns and cycles your Netatmo Weather Station helps you decide about your activities. the company hopes, that in the nearest future the network will become an important resource for climate research
Via:gizmag.com



Netatmo, Urban Weather Station, iPhone, iPad, modern technology, smart devices, Netatmo Weather Station

Netatmo, Urban Weather Station, iPhone, iPad, modern technology, smart devices, Netatmo Weather Station

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