Get a NEWA Weather Station

Connect to NEWA in CT, MA, MN, NJ, NY, PA, and VT with a RainWise AgroMET & IP100 Weather Station package for $1,890

In addition to Connecticut, Massachusetts, Minnesota, New Jersey, New York, Pennsylvania, and Vermont, individuals in non-member states may also join NEWA, inquire at NEWA@cornell.edu. NEWA makes it possible for farmers, consultants, processors, educators and faculty to share resources for weather data collection, analysis, distribution, and archiving. Read more about connecting to NEWA once you've got your weather station.

The weather station price includes
  • 2-year warranty
  • Software
  • Cables
  • Solar panel
  • Ethernet interface – requires high speed internet (DSL, cable, etc.)
  • Non-volatile RAM – prevents data loss during power outage
  • 8 integrated sensors – temperature, dew point temperature (relative humidity), tipping bucket rain gauge, leaf wetness, solar radiation, anemometer (wind speed), wind direction, and barometric pressure.

Get the AgroMET (MKIII SP1-LR) with IP-100 Ethernet interface, cost $1,890.
2.4 GHz and up to 1 mile (line of sight) transmission.
The Ethernet IP-100 interface requires high speed internet.
Weather data is sent to RainwiseNet and immediately transferred to NEWA's server.
Prices are based on shipping and billing within the contiguous United States.
Current delivery is 4-6 weeks.
Note: Order the monomount, mounting bracket, separately, approximately $50.

AgroMET options - contact RainWise for more information.
Up to two additional sensors may be added. (ex. Soil Moisture, Soil Temperature)
High gain antenna - optional for sites having radio transmission issues; directional and about 10x more powerful. Can be set up with a longer cord.
TeleMET cellular telemetry - cellular data transmission for remote locations. Can be added to all LR models, including the AgroMET. Contact RainWise for more information.

Before placing your order, contact your state’s NEWA manager:
In Connecticut In Massachusetts In Minnesota In New Jersey
Mary Concklin
Fruit Production & IPM
University of Connecticut
Storrs, CT 06269
860-486-6449
mary.concklin@uconn.edu
Jon Clements
UMass Extension
University of Massachusetts
Belchertown, MA 01007
413-478-7219
clements@umext.umass.edu
JP Jacobson
Minnesota Apple Growers Association
Pine Tree Orchards
White Bear Lake, MN 55110
651-429-6577
jpmnapples@gmail.com
Peter Oudemans
PE Marucci Center
Rutgers, The State University
Chatsworth, NJ 08019
609-726-1590
oudemans@AESOP.Rutgers.edu
In New York In Pennsylvania In Vermont  
Juliet Carroll
NYS IPM Program
Cornell University
Geneva, NY 14456
315-787-2430
jec3@cornell.edu
Robert Crassweller
Dept of Horticulture
Penn State University
University Park, PA 16802
814-863-6163
rmc7@psu.edu
Terence Bradshaw
UVM Apple Team
University of Vermont
Burlington, VT 05405
802-922-2591
tbradsha@uvm.edu
 

For other locations and more information contact
Juliet Carroll, NEWA Project Leader, 315-787-2430, jec3@cornell.edu