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Now that you've identified where you want to mount your weather station, it’s time to secure it properly. But perhaps you’ve chosen a location that requires more than the standard mounting accessories, or you are unsure of the best mounting solution for the job. Not to worry, you'll discover nearly a dozen mounting options below with links to all the accessories you will need.
Mounting Options Table
The following table includes:
Mounting solutions for various types of locations (ground, roof, eave, dock, fence, chimney, marine, etc.)
Temperature radiation shields for temperature sensors
The EZ-NPP is a non-permanent metal tripod frame, ideal for a flat cement pad. Includes a strong platform to hold cinder blocks or other ballast. Add Guy Wires (EZ-GWA) when adding additional mast extensions (EZ-125).
The EZ-48 can be mounted to straddle the apex of the roof. Consider an optional tar pad kit and lag screws (EZ-46) to affix to the roof. You must drill holes and seal (waterproof). The WeatherMount can be angled to mount to any pitched surface. Consider optional tar pad kit (EZ-DSS-PADS) to fix to the roof and take up horizontal stress. Add Guy Wires (EZ-GWA) when adding additional mast extensions (EZ-125).
The WeatherMount is the most universal weather station mount anywhere. It can be mounted to an eave and the 11″ horizontal offset provides clearance for gutters and overhang. Add Guy Wires (EZ-GWA) when adding additional mast extensions (EZ-125).
The EZ-29-24 chimney mounting pole kit provides a stable weather station mounting solution for chimneys. It includes straps for mounting around the chimney to avoid drilling holes in the masonry. Note that using your chimney can melt the weather station plastic components, and result in innacurate readings from the radiant heat. Add Guy Wires (EZ-GWA) when adding additional mast extensions (EZ-125).
The gable mounting kit provides an ideal solution for mounting to a wall, side of building or a vertical surface with an 8” width or greater.
Add Guy Wires (EZ-GWA) when adding additional mast extensions (EZ-125).
The WeatherMount is designed for very harsh environments. The WeatherMount is constructed from powder coated steel and includes a galvanized aluminum mast. This mounting system is strong, durable and stable. The slender design is simple, unobtrusive and aesthetically pleasing. Includes a 12″ horizontal offset.
The Mast to Mast Mounting Kit is to be used with an Ambient Weather EZ2-35W2MC. Mount a EZ2-35W2MC to an existing sturdy mast (such as a radio/tv antenna, flag pole, etc.) with a stand off. Stand off varies depending on diameter of existing mast
Mount your Ambient Weather Weather Station to your RV ladder using the interlocking aluminum pole weather station mounting kit. Additional Mounting Pole Extension available (RV-AL-EXTENSION) to add 40” of overall height.
Note: You should not drive the RV with the weather station in the mount for risk of damage. /p>
Radiation Shield for Temperature & Humidity Sensors, Waterproof Temperature Probe and Lightning Sensor
The WH31-SRS is specifically designed to house the WH31E temperature / humidity sensor, WH31P waterproof probed thermometer and WH31L Lightning Detector. The radiation shield allows airflow while protecting the sensor from the elements and the effects of solar radiation. Mount the WH31-SRS to any Ambient Weather Mounting Hardware (1.25" OD), or any vertical or horizontal surface using the included hardware.
Ambient Weather WC-FMWJUNCTION Waterproof Junction Box for Securing cables of the WC-FMWAC2K Wi-Fi Weather Camera and to protect them from severe weather conditions. Provides a compact and neat solution for cable management
Once your station is up and running, don’t forget to connect it to the Ambient Weather Network (AWN) where you can mange you personal dashboard, set alerts for changing conditions and connect IFTTT devices like Amazon Alexa.
Refer to your station manual for the specific steps to obtain your MAC address so you can add your station to your AWN account.