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Pro Weather Station with Wind Speed

Model: 00623DI, 00632DI, 00638, 00638A1, 00638A2, 00638A3

Availability: In stock

MSRP: $109.99

Sale: $79.99



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 patented Self-Calibrating Technology to provide your personal forecast of 12 to 24 hour weather conditions. Self-Calibrating Forecasting is generated from weather data measured by a sensor in your yard - giving you the most accurate forecast available for your exact location.

The bold, easy to read LCD screen includes indoor / outdoor temperature and humidity with daily high / low information, heat index, wind speed / chill, multi-variable history chart, moon phase, self-setting clock and calendar. Atomic clock and calendar are radio-controlled to maintain the correct time and date with split-second precision, and automatically adjust for daylight saving time (DST). Display stands upright for tabletop use or is wall-mountable. The wireless outdoor sensor features 3 different technologies in one easy-to-mount unit: thermometer, hygrometer, wind speed anemometer. One-year limited warranty. It's more than accurate, it's AcuRite.


Display for 3-in-1 Weather Sensor

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

Wireless Weather Station Includes: Digital weather station display, wireless weather sensor, mounting bracket, tabletop stand, mounting hardware, instruction manual

Warranty: Limited 1 year warranty


Weather Station Display Specifications

Indoor Temperature Range 32 to 122 degrees Fahrenheit; 0 to 50 degrees Celsius
Temperature Accuracy +/- 2 degrees Fahrenheit; Learn more
Indoor Humidity Range
16% to 98% Relative Humidity
Humidity Accuracy+/- 5% from 0% to 10% Relative Humidity
+/- 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
Power3 AA alkaline batteries (not included)
Dimensions8-inch Height x 5.4-inch Width x 1.9-inch Depth

3-in-1 Weather Sensor Specifications

Temperature Range -40 to 158 degrees Fahrenheit; -40 to 70 degrees Celsius
Temperature Accuracy +/- 2 degrees Fahrenheit; Learn more
Humidity Range
1% to 99% Relative Humidity
Humidity Accuracy+/- 5% from 0% to 10% Relative Humidity
+/- 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
+/- 3 mph from 10 to 30 mph
+/- 4 mph from 30 to 50 mph
+/- 5 mph from 50 to 99 mph
Wireless Range330 feet / 100 meters depending on home construction materials
Wireless Signal433 MHz
Power4 AA alkaline or lithium* batteries
*Lithium batteries recommended for temperatures below -4 degrees Fahrenheit / -20 degrees Celsius
Data Reporting18 second updates
Dimensions9.3" Height x 5.3" Diameter
AcuRite Environment Systems CompatibleYes
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    08:56 AM (GMT)
    There is a temp improvement
    There is a noticeable temp improvement with this upgrade. The solar panels receive more sunlight with a longer duration of the day, thus helping the aspirator fan run longer and compensate for the heat buildup caused by sunlight exposure.

    But, it appears the solution is the cause of the initial issue. That is, the solar panel powered fan concept for an enclosed thermometer system itself. Actual temps are supposed to be measured in the "open shade". If you site your sensor in the shade, then the fan is not going to run efficiently. If you site your sensor in the sun, then the fan runs good, but you're still going to have inaccurate temp readings. If you use a sunlight shield, then the fan is not going to run properly either. So, we need a solution for this.

    First of all, batteries should only be used for backup and NOT for main power on the AcuRite units. I believe the best thing AcuRite could do is allow the user to opt-in for an external power source for the whole unit including the fan circuit. The units should also be capable of controlling the RPM's of the fan when experiencing an inaccurate temp hike. You could use a UV photodiode coupled with a photoresistor to do that - OR - start packaging units with a secondary remote thermometer that communicates with the main home sensor array. The remote thermometer would need to be sited in the shade at all times. The idea there is to tell the main home sensor, "Hey, I think you might be giving a bogus temp reading due to direct sunlight. Increase the RPM's of your fan please, then check with me in 2 minutes." So, either you govern it by extra internal electronic components, or extra external electronic components... take your pick.
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      01:36 PM (GMT)
      Working great
      This unit seems to be working perfectly. It was very easy to replace and I like that it actually has the ability to be serviced (lubricated). I do recommend that it be lubricated at the time of installation with a good all-weather graphite product. I was not sure what (if any) it might have had out of the box, so a little seemed like a good preventative maintenance procedure.
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        08:36 PM (GMT)
        Great Improvement!
        I purchased the 5-in 1 weather station 2 years ago and have constantly had excessive high temperature readings, usually 8 to 10 degrees above normal. I was planning on purchasing a new outside unit in hopes of correcting the problem when I found the 5-in-1 weather sensor for a fraction of the cost. I had checked my sensor and determined that the fan was not working. Not sure if it was the motor or the solar pane. I purchased the 5-in-1 weather sensor. When it arrived, I first checked it to make sure the fan was operating in full sun. I installed the new unit ( very simple ) and waited to see the results. After about a month now, with temperatures reaching into the upper 80's, the unit is consistently reading within 1 or 2 degrees of the other stations in my area, and that difference could very well be the difference of our locations.

        I'm very satisfied with this upgrade and the new performance of my system. Acurite should include this with all of their new weather stations, since there are so many complaints about high readings related to the fan performance.
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          02:00 AM (GMT)
          needed, should have been included - and, build quality problem -
          We ordered the 01050C 5-in-1 and upgraded with this add-on 5N1DSSA because the 01050C alone was known to give excessively high readings. Now, after about 2 years, the cooling fan has stopped - we have been recording very overstated temperatures lately. Our disassembly and failure analysis show that corrosion broke the connection of the 2 solar panels to the circuitry, on the small circuit board that feeds the power to the fan motor. I was able to get it running again by bypassing the now-defunct 4.7 ohm chip resistor with a soldered wire, after examining the circuit (different board but similar very simple circuit using a 65E9 XC6206) of the original in-the-box single unit whose parts were not corroded.
          Poor build quality I must say.
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            02:05 PM (GMT)
            Worth The Purchase
            Mom hooked me up with this weather station for my birthday! Thanks Mom! I couldn't be happier! I always wanted one of these advanced weather stations. So when l got it l read over everything and came to the site to get "recommended installation and locations" info. Then l saw where everyone was recommending this item for my unit and giving it high ratings. So l went out on a limb and bought it. Well, l'm glad l did! I had been comparing my temps with my older, less expensive weather monitor with the one solar panel sensor and they were relativity close but now with the dual solar panel the temps are considerably different! So making this purchase was worth it! If you have the single solar panel model or get a weather station with one, upgrade to this!!
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