Wireless outdoor and indoor humidity (%RH)
Wireless outdoor and indoor temperature (°F or °C)
Records min. and max temperature and humidity with Date and Time
Barometric pressure history graph (in Hg or hPa)
Forecast Icon Based on Changing Barometric Pressure
Radio controlled time and date (WWVB & Dcf)
Automatically updates for daylight saving time (on / off option)
12 or 24-hour time display
Includes one wireless remote sensor
Wall hanging or free standing
Low battery indicator
Synchronized instant reception (SIR)
Wireless outdoor humidity range: 20% to 95% RH (+/-5% accuracy)
Wireless outdoor temperature range: -40.0°F to + 149°F (+/- 2°F accuracy)
Indoor temperature range: +32°F to + 140°F (+/- 2°F accuracy)
Transmission range: up to 330 feet (line of sight)
Transmission frequency: 433MHz
Supports up to three remote thermo-hygrometers (WH5)
Power Requirements: Receiver: 3 x AA alkaline batteries (not included)
Wireless sensor: 2 x AAA alkaline batteries (not included)
Receiver: 7.0 x 4.0 x ~1.0 in
Stay in touch with weather conditions trends right outside your door with this weather forecast station and wireless remote temperature and humidity sensor from Ambient Weather.
New for 2012, the indoor console displays barometric pressure, temperature and humidity levels indoors and outside, and shows daily weather forecasts that help you dress for the weather. The main display receives temperature and humidity data from the included wireless remote sensor.
The wireless sensor installs just about anywhere (up to 260 feet away) to report on conditions in the greenhouse, garage, wine cellar or baby's room, places where proper temperature and humidity levels are crucial. The weather station's main console displays a wide range of information in an easy-to-read format on a large LCD. The attractively thin console can be placed on a desktop or mounted to a wall.
The unit monitors indoor and outdoor temperature and humidity, as well as barometric pressure (both sea-level and measured), and features a pressure rate of change icon to track trends. The handy forecast icons let you know at a glance if it's going to be rainy, cloudy, or sunny based on barometric pressure trends.
Equipped with an atomic clock, time is set automatically via radio and in synch with the U.S. atomic clock for utmost accuracy.