- Item Weight: 2.5 Kg
- Boxed-product Weight: 1.9 Kg
- ASIN: B07FMKKBX5
- Date first available at Amazon.com.au: 16 July 2018
- Customer Reviews: 24 customer reviews
Amazon Bestsellers Rank:
106 in Garden (See Top 100 in Garden)
- #4 in Weather Stations
ECOWITT HP2551 WiFi Weather Station Large TFT Screen with Solar Powered 7-in-1 Outdoor Sensor, UV Light, Moon Phase, Sunrise/Sunset, Weather Forecast
- Personal Weather Station: provides accurate weather information with newly designed interface; allows you to monitor your home and backyard wirelessly and have fun [No PC Software]
- Wi-Fi Capable: enables your station to publish its data wirelessly to Weather Underground/Weather Cloud/WOW and view the current weather condition directly via our weather app WS View; supports uploading to ecowitt.net to get email alerts for all the sensor data
- Large TFT Color Screen: User friendly & well-desingned interface with 2 background (dark/light) selectable; Displays wind speed and direction, dewpoint, rainfall, indoor outdoor temperature and humidity, barometric pressure, moon phase, solar radiation and UV; with weather forecast function
- All-in-One Outdoor Sensor: wind vane, wind speed cups, UV / solar radiation sensor, thermo-hygrometer sensor, rain gauge, bubble level and solar collector 7-in-1 integrated sensor; 100M Long range wireless connectivity
- Max/Min & History Records: View max/min and historical records of sensors directly on the console; with sunrise and sunset time display; supports to add max 8 WH31 multi-channel temp and humidity sensor, one WH51 soil moisture sensor and one WH41 PM2.5 air quality sensor(with console firmware V1.4.6 or above)
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Designed to provide the weather data you need for home use, gardening, educational purposes, boating and more.
1. With a 7" large TFT (high resolution) colored display console
2. Wirelessly Wifi connection and supports to upload to WU, Weathercloud and WOW
3. Measures wind speed, wind direction, rainfall, outdoor temperature and humidity, solar radiation and UV. With a temperature, humidity and barometric pressure sensor inside the console.
4. Calculates dew point, wind chill, heat index, moon phase and sunset/sunrise time
5. With wireless solar powered 7-in-1 intergrated outdoor sensor
6. Weather forecast & alarm
7. 2 background (dark/light) selectable
8. View historical records of sensors directly on the console
9. User friendly & well-desingned interface
Note:This weather station doesn't have PC Software function.
Transmission distance in open field: 100M; RF Frequency: 433 MHz
Temperature range:-40˚C - 60˚C;Accuracy: +/- 1°C
Humidity range: 10% ~ 99%; Accuracy: 5%
Rain volume display range: 0–9999mm; Accuracy: <8%
UV-Index range: 0 – 15; Light range: 0 – 120 kLux
Sensor reporting interval: 16 seconds
Console: 5V DC Adapter (included)
Indoor Sensor : 2 x AA Batteries (not included)
Outdoor sensor: Solar panel (built-in)
Outdoor sensor (backup): 2 x AA Batteries (not included)
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Once I received it, it was easy to get up and running. The TFT display looks great has wide viewing angles and I feel it is worth the extra cost, when compared to the older LCD models The display has the ability to toggle between paperwhite and black backgrounds depending on your preference. The higher resolution of the TFT means is can display many more elements on the home page screen. No need to press a button to see the yearly rainfall. It is there to see all the time.
Setting up connections for feeds to online weather services (WU/WC/WOW) can be accomplished on the unit itself without requiring pairing to a phone app. This simplified things, although entering the long login codes through screen keyboard is tedious. Fortunately, this only need doing once
No problems with the base unit getting a signal through the iron roof of my house to the sensor on the roof. My HP2551 is concurrently sending observations to Weather Underground, Weather Cloud and UK Met office without fuss for the past 6 weeks.
This Weather station records an onboard archive of observations, configurable down to 1 minute intervals. This can be reviewed at the press of a button. The ability to subsequently export this entire archive of weather records from the HP2551 to a micro SD card is quick and simple. Handy for the geeks amongst us and anyone you want to keep a separate archive, or to use the CSV file elsewhere.
As can be seen in the pictures, the HP2551 has the sensor setup in a “I” configuration rather than the three arm “Y” seen on the HP2550 and other similar variants. The rain collector on my unit is fractionally larger in diameter, at 11.28cm instead of the 11cm that was seen on some older models. This means it has a collection area of precisely 100cm2. This is good for the geeks who may whish to calibrated and tweak the rain gauge gain.
Ecowiit customer support have been excellent and have offered prompt customer support when required. They provided me a new firmware within hours of reporting an issue with the rain gauge. Updating the firmware is as simple as placing the file on a SD card and plugging it in!
Definitely consider this model if you want a simple to use, inexpensive weather station with a nice clear display panel. You can be assured in the knowledge that you will get good support from Ecowitt.
Looked great for the first week but then the trouble began.
The screen degraded into a mess of flickering lines horizontally and vertically. Sometimes I can gauge what the display is trying to show, but it's mostly unreadable.
The sensor array is working as expected and the data transfer to WU is still happening. I can use my other devices to look at the data there.
I am no longer able to change any settings of the station because I cannot see what I am doing.
I'll try to get the display replaced.
Upgraded the rating to 4. Why?
Received the replacement display yesterday and it was relatively easy to swap it with the faulty one.
Only needs a bit of planning to have all the required data at hand, like WU ID and password, as well as any calibration values you applied to the previous display. In my case it was a 180deg adjustment to the wind direction (Southern Hemisphere) and the offset value for the relative barometric pressure (85m above MSL) for my location.
Oh, also had to adjust accumulated rainfall data for year, month, week and day.
The new display connected out of the box with the existing sensor array.
Firmware (1.3.9) adds a handy graph display for most recorded data (up to 72 hrs history) - very useful for users who did not connect to any web service.
Very happy so far - hope it lasts longer than the previous one.
Still think that the TFT is far superior to the standard LCD display. Full pixel control vs. given shapes.
There are stations that look the same and are a bit cheaper, but I like the fact that this one can have add-on sensors, such as soil moisture or additional temperature sensors. The company has also updated the firmware since I purchased this and is active on social media, so I am encouraged about their willingness to engage with buyers and the community.
It was easy to set up and you can use the Ecowitt weather service and/or services such as Weather Underground. The display is pretty good and you can decide how often it reports. If you are really keen you can download your data and create weather charts to your heart’s content.
I’ve only had this for a few weeks and it hasn’t skipped a beat so far. Value for money it is probably 5 stars, but I gave it 4-stars because it is not a pro standard (but is 25% of the price paid by a nearby “semi-pro” weather station owner).