The below is a guide for Airmar WeatherStations, you should conduct your own research to determine which one would be most suitable for your application.
Airmar WeatherStation Instruments
Airmar 120WX, Airmar 220WX, Airmar 220WXH, Airmar 200WX-IPX7
Designed with marine environments in mind these Airmar WeatherStation units are excellent for applications where the presence of water is a constant. The 200WX IPX7 WeatherStation caters to the needs of AUV and buoy systems, while the 220WX and 220WXH meet the demands of commercial fishing vessels.
Please note, non marine WeatherStations if used in a marine environment may interfere with AIS.
Airmar 120WX, Airmar 150WX, Airmar 200WX, Airmar 200WX-IPX-7, Airmar 220WX, Airmar 220WXH
Airmar WeatherStation Instruments designed for mobile applications are also excellent when used in portable/deployable applications. Equipped with both GPS and a 3 axis solid-state compass these instruments are capable of self-aligning themselves to true north, and are capable of GPS time-stamping. This combination of instruments, along with ultrasonic wind readings, mean that these units are capable of providing both apparent and theoretical wind speeds and direction.
Airmar 150WXRS, Airmar 150WXS, Airmar 110WXS, Airmar 110WX, Airmar 120WX, Airmar 150WX, Airmar 200WX-IPX7, Airmar 120WXH
For applications that aren't on the move, this group of Airmar WeatherStation Instruments are just what you will need. These durable units contain no moving parts and are feature rich, with the ability to calculate apparent wind, air temperature and barometric pressure.
Airmar 150WXRS, Airmar 150WXS, Airmar 110WXS, Airmar 110WX, Airmar 120WX, Airmar 150WX, Airmar 200WX, Airmar 220WX, Airmar 120WXH, Airmar 220WXH
Airmar WeatherStation Instruments designed for land based applications lack none of the features of their marine counterparts.
We can provide prices on other Airmar products, if you need a replacement transducer for a Raymarine, Garmin, Lowrance, Simrad, Furuno etc... please let us know either the suppliers part number (or Airmar's, which should be on a tag on the transducer cable) and make and model of the display it is to be used with, and we can give you a price.