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5-in-1 Weather Sensor with Temperature, Humidity, Rainfall, Wind Speed and Direction

Model: 11124-VN1TXCA1, 12124-VN1TXCA1, VN1TXCA2, 06004M, 06004RM, 06004RMA1

Availability: In stock

MSRP: $89.99

Sale: $79.99



AcuRite's high-precision 5-in-1 weather sensor accurately measures five different outdoor conditions, including temperature, humidity, wind speed, wind direction and rain, giving you easy-to-understand, comprehensive data about the elements right outside your door.

The sensor can be paired with an indoor digital display to view current conditions at-a-glance.

The 5-in-1 sensor is easy to setup and features a 2 year battery life for maintenance-free operation.


5-in-1 Weather Sensor
  • 5-in-1 Sensor measures temperature, humidity, wind speed, wind direction and rain
  • Strong wireless range up to 330 feet (100 meters)
  • Transmits data every 18 to 36 seconds
  • Automatic self-emptying rain collection cup
  • 2 year battery life
  • Durable, all-weather construction
  • Easy installation includes mounting hardware


Includes: Weather sensor, mounting bracket, debris filter, mounting hardware, instruction manual

Warranty: Limited 1 year warranty


Weather Sensor Specifications
Temperature Range -40 to 158 degrees Fahrenheit; -40 to 70 degrees Celsius
Temperature Accuracy+/- 2 degrees Fahrenheit; Learn more
Humidity Range1% to 99% Relative Humidity
Humidity Accuracy:+/- 5% from 0% to 10% Relative Humidity Learn more
+/- 4% from 10% to 20% Relative Humidity
+/- 3% from 20% to 80% Relative Humidity
+/- 4% from 80% to 90% Relative Humidity
+/- 5% from 90% to 100% Relative Humidity
Wind Speed0 to 99 mph; 0 to 159 kph
Wind Speed Accuracy+/-2 mph below 10 mph Learn more
+/- 3 mph from 10 to 30 mph
+/- 4 mph from 30 to 50 mph
+/- 5 mph from 50 to 99 mph
Rain Gauge Accuracy+/- 0.05-inches per inch of rainfall
Wireless Range330 feet / 100 meters depending on home construction materials Learn more
Wireless Signal433 MHz
Power4 AA alkaline or lithium* batteries
*Lithium batteries recommended for temperatures below -4 degrees Fahrenheit / -20 degrees Celsius
Data ReportingWind Speed: 18 second updates
Wind Direction: 30 second updates
Temperature and Humidity: 36 second updates
Dimensions10.8-inches Height x 5.6-inches Width x 13.8-inches Depth
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    10:16 PM (GMT)
    5-in-1 weather sensor
    Delivery was fast and set-up was easy. The temperature recorded the first evening around 8.00pm was 8 degrees C high, and the 6.00 am readings next morning were also high. so ordered the alternate sensor with the two solar panels which has given good results.
    Wonder how accurate it will be next June in this more northerly latitude when the sun does not go down till 10.00 pm - Perhaps Acurite should consider another sensor with three panels for northern communities - especially Alaska.
    • Looks, all sensors in the one 'package', and wireless.
    • High readings in morning and evening during the summer.
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    12:03 PM (GMT)
    Great product but doesn't last
    I purchased this January 2015 and the humidity reading failed June 2016. I called and found I had to purchase a new replacement unit. I also purchased the double solar upgrade and I believe this should be included on all models because the temperature reading was always high in the warm season. I have read many reviews on with many of the same issues. The new unit that I purchased supposedly has a replaceable humidity sensor when it fails again so I will not have to purchase a completely new unit. I thought when I talked to the technician, I was getting a better deal to replace the problem. Not true. She just sold me a new unit. I enjoy the unit when it is working and it seems to be accurate. I'm frustrated with the service. I thought they would send a new board or part of the unit at cost to solve my issues instead of having me buy a new unit.
    • Accuracy of unit and display
    • longevity of unit and lack of replacement parts.
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    04:33 PM (GMT)
    Not fully useful as Accurite has not yet developed a Windows 10 patch!
    I continued to be displeased with the rain event logging as opposed to the much more useful daily rainfall tracking which every other major weather station utilizes to keep track of rainfall. Additionally, I've been waiting since Thanksgiving 2015 for Acurite to develop compatibility within the Windows 10 environment. If these issues are not soon reconciled by Acurite, both of the weather stations I have purchased from Costco will be returned in accordance with their "dissatisfaction with product" warranty.
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      06:51 PM (GMT)
      Fairly accurate.
      The temperature reads a degree or two higher on sunny days than the house thermostat outdoor sensor reads, but both pretty much agree for night time temperatures. All the other readings seem accurate. I had to adjust the position of the outdoor sensor and that set off the rain gauge, thinking it was in a downpour. The only way I could see to change the false rain gauge reading was to reset the monitor in the house so all data was lost to that monitor. I let the second one as is so I had the accumulated data for all the other readings, otherwise I'm happy with the device. I like the duel monitors inside the house. I have one in the kitchen near the door to the back yard and one in the laundry room to the garage, so I can check conditions on my way out the door. I wish I had colour screens though.
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        01:38 AM (GMT)
        Reliable/accurate enough for a retired Air Force weather forecaster
        I bought a whole new system (sensor + display) when my old (16 feet high) sensor was taken out by a flying trampoline. The last recorded gust was 28 mph. I had the "old" system for several years and never had a problem with its operation. Like others have said, hot, sunny days may have had suspect high temps (compared to a nearby shaded sensor), but otherwise I have never doubted its accuracy, down to -30F. On the plus side, the "new" system transmits to my old display so now I have readouts/alarms in two different rooms.
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