All your weather contained in this portable size, fast reception, wireless forecasting station designed for your home, vacation spot, RV, or favorite sporting lodge. Easy-to-Read LCD display features: Weather Icons showing your future forecast outlook, Tendency Arrows with Barometric Pressure & Historical Graph, Both Indoor & Outdoor Temperature (°F/ °C) and Humidity (%RH), Radio-controlled time & Automatic Updates for Daylight Savings Time. It also displays Moon Phase and can receive up to 3 multiple outdoor sensors. Includes wireless temperature/humidity sensor (TX29u-IT) to monitor a garage or storage room, an attic or greenhouse, even your wine cellar. It allows faster outdoor transmission, longer range distance of 330 feet from the base, lower outdoor temperatures readings of down -39.8°F, and a longer battery life.
Please ensure using new alkaline batteries dated 2023 or newer. The TX29UDTH-IT is the only recommended sensor to use with this unit. [Will not work with 915MHz units]
For proper communication between the transmitter and display.
Have the display and transmitter next to each other with nothing in between with the batteries out.
1. Place two quality brand name AA batteries in the transmitter first.
Within 30 seconds of powering up the transmitter, insert the batteries to the Display Station
Once the batteries are in place, all segments of the LCD will light up briefly. Then the indoor temperature and the time as 12:00 will
be displayed. If they are not shown on LCD after 60 seconds, remove the batteries and wait for at least
60 seconds before reinserting them. Once the indoor data is displayed, user may proceed to the next
2. After the batteries are inserted, the Temperature Station will start receiving data signal from the
3. The outdoor temperature should be displayed on the Temperature Station. Also, the signal reception icon
will be displayed. If this does not happen after 2 minutes, the batteries will need to be removed from both
units and reset from step 1.
4. In order to ensure sufficient 915 MHz transmission, the final position between the Temperature Station
and the transmitter should not be more than 330 feet / 100 meters. Note – Metal siding, stucco, and some types of glass can reduce signal range. It is possible to receive a signal through these materials, however maximum range will much less due to their tendency to absorb or reflect a much larger portion of the transmitter’s signal.
Weather forecasting icons with tendency arrows
Indoor & Outdoor temperature (°F/°C) with humidity (%RH)
Records MIN/MAX values with time stamp
Barometric pressure with historical graph
Radio-controlled atomic time & date with automatic updates for Daylight saving time