The weather outside, insightful.
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If you want to know what type of weather is on the way, a barometer is the key to measuring changes in air pressure.
More Gift Ideas
For an elegant statement in any home, consider a Maximum Home Weather Station. Our weather stations combine multiple instruments on a beautiful oak or mahogany wood panels. This is a perfect way to showcase a more complete local weather story. Call us to discuss options or see all of our stations by clicking the button below.
The Maximum Learning Center
The Maximum Learning Center is a great resource for finding answers to your questions regarding weather instrumentation and measurement. Everything from how-to videos to articles on atmospheric pressure and the different types of rain gauges and more can be found in the Maximum Learning Center. Plus it’s always being updated with more information. Be sure to check it out regularly.
The new way to follow the weather at home
Our customers rely on Maximum to provide reliable real-time weather information from their own backyard. Today, we are proud to maintain our leading edge with Maximum Wi-Fi. Maximum Wi-Fi utilizes your home’s Wi-Fi network to send weather information from outdoor sensors to indoor weather instruments.
Maximum Wi-Fi utilizes your home’s Wi-Fi network to send weather information from outdoor sensors to indoor weather instruments. No need for wires running through your house to instruments! Outdoor sensors only need to be connected to a separate interface box and one power supply near the installation location. An additional feature that you will love – once you’ve set up Maximum Wi-Fi in your home, you can access your home weather information anywhere in the world by connecting with Weather Underground.