Digital Weather Station with Morning, Noon & Night Forecast 02036 / 02037
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Plan the day with confidence with your own weather and weather prediction information – pinpoint accuracy right from your own backyard. The AcuRite Digital Weather Station uses patent-pending Precision Forecasting to provide your personal forecast of morning, noon & night (4-hour, 4 to 8-hour and 8 to 12-hour) weather conditions. Precision Forecasting technology combines North America's regional weather patterns with data measured by a sensor in your yard to generate the most accurate forecast available for your exact location.
The bold, easy to read LCD screen includes indoor / outdoor temperature and humidity, barometric pressure history, Intelli-Time clock and calendar. Intelli-Time clock automatically updates itself for Daylight Saving Time. Display stands upright for tabletop use or is wall-mountable. The outdoor sensor features powerful wireless technology, a weather-resistant design and an integrated hanger for easy mounting. One-year limited warranty. It's more than accurate, it's AcuRite.
Digital Display Features:
Wireless Outdoor Sensor Features:
Display: 6.8" H x 6.2" W x 1.5" D
Outdoor Sensor: 4.8" H x 1.6" W x .9" D
Indoor Temperature Range: 32º to 122º F, 0º C to 50º C
Outdoor Temperature Range: -40º to 158º F, -40º C to 70º C
Temperature Accuracy: up to +/- 4°F; Learn More
Humidity Range: 1% to 99% RH
Humidity Accuracy: +/- 5%
RF (wireless) Range: 330' (100m)
Data Reporting: Outdoor data: 16 second updates; Indoor data: 60 second updates
Power: Display: 3 AA alkaline batteries (not included): Sensor: 2 AA alkaline or lithium* batteries (not included) *Lithium batteries recommended for temperatures below -4°F/-20ºC
Works well with decent accuracy Review by Shooting Star
My original motive was to see what the humidity is like inside my home. But I figured for a bit more money, I could get more weather information and that was why I bought this unit at Walmart for $50.
It turns out to be a pretty good unit. It has no problem connecting to the outdoor sensor and the outdoor readings agree pretty well with the local weather stations you can check on the web. I also like the bar chart that shows the trending history in the past 12 hours.
Initially, it forecasted rain way too often here in Long Island, NY. But after lowering the humidity setting in the forecast algorithm, the forecast is pretty reasonable now. Overall, it is a decent unit with readings that I feel I can trust. (Posted on 7/6/13)