La Crosse Technology WS-7014CH-IT Wireless Forecast Station
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Product Description

La Crosse Technology WS-7014CH-IT Indoor & Outdoor Digital Thermometer w/ Indoor Humidity, Forecaster, Atomic Clock

Convenient and table size, La Crosse Technology’s wireless forecast station gives you weather at a glance. Features self-setting Atomic time and automatic updates so you don’t need to reset your clock for Daylight saving time. Displays both Indoor & Outdoor temperature (F/C) and Indoor Humidity (%RH) and weather forecast icons with tendency arrows. Wireless temperature sensor transmits within seconds giving you fast, accurate information.

Display dimensions 3.75"L x 1.95"W x 5.75"H
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includes TX29U-IT wireless transmitting temperature sensor
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Self-setting Atomic Time

Define your preferenced time zone setting (–12 GMT to +12 GMT) and WWVB radio signal will automatically set the time and date for you. No worries when it comes to daylight saving time as well, as the clock will adjust for you twice a year.

Weather Forecaster

Weather icons show what the future forecast will be in your location, from rainy to sunny. The forecast sensitivity can be adjusted to allow for areas that have a higher or lower sensitivity to changing air pressure. The weather forecast is based solely upon the change of air pressure over time; creating a necessity to disregard all weather forecasting for about 48-60 hours after the unit has been set-up, reset, or moved from one altitude to another (i. e. from one floor of a building to another floor).

Minimum & Maximum temperature values

Display how your weather has been fluctuating with recorded hi & lo values with time/date stamp. Also records indoor humidity.

Monitor multiple sensors

Display features up to 3 channels, so adding additional sensors is not a problem. Monitor a storage room, basement, or greenhouse temperatures at the same time. Toggle between channels and view those highs or lows with a date/time stamp since the last reset.

1.5 in wide LCD
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Fast, Accurate transmission

Up to 330 ft signal range, the wireless transmitting sensor is also weather resistant to outdoor environments. Some metals and glass can decrease range of distance.


Benefits
  • Weather Forecasting Function with 3 Weather Icons and Weather Tendency Indicator
  • Wireless OUT Temp (F/C)
  • Monitors IN Temp (F/C) & Humidity (%RH)
  • MIN/MAX Value of Temp with Time & Date of Recording
  • MIN/MAX Value of Humidity
  • Barometric Tendency Arrow
  • Atomic Time and Date (Manual Setting)
  • Automatically Updates for Daylight Saving Time (on/off option)
  • Can Receive Up to 3 Sensors
  • Specifications:
  • IN Humidity Range: 1% to 99%
  • OUT Temp Range: -39.8 F to +159.8 F (-39.8 C to 71 C)
  • IN Temp Range: 14.2 F to 159.8 F (-9.9 C to 71 C)
  • Power Requirements:
  • Receiver: 2 AA Alkaline Batteries (Not Included)
  • Sensor: 2 AA Alkaline Batteries (Not Included)

Product Details

  • Wirelessly Monitors Indoor/outdoor Temperature
  • Displays Relative Humidity, Weather Tendency & Barometric Tendency
  • 3 Weather-forecasting Icons
  • Refer the User manual for troubleshooting steps.
  • Wireless weather station reads indoor temperature, humidity, and remote temperature
  • Radio-controlled time and date reads info from U.S. atomic clock
  • Included remote sensor reads temperature from up to 330 feet away (depending on obstructions)
  • Forecasts weather conditions (up to 75 percent accuracy) based on air pressure
  • Measures 3-1/2 by 5-1/2 by 1-1/4 inches (W x H x D), kindly refer the user manual and the video for troubleshooting steps.

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