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Davis Mounting Pole Kit for Vantage Vue Weather Station

Manufacturer: ITS-Davis
  • Poles can be used separately or together
  • Combined length 0.95m
Davis Mounting Pole Kit for Vantage Vue Weather Station
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About this product

Poles and hardware for mounting a Vantage Vue weather station station integrated sensor suite. When the two poles are joined together with their connector they make a single 0.95m (37.5") long pole. The outside diameter is 33mm (1.3").

 

Specification

Contents: 2 poles, one 0.50m (19.5") long and the other is 0.53m (21") long and a connector

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Manufacturer: ITS-Davis
  • Poles can be used separately or together
  • Combined length 0.95m
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