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AcuRite Olympus Series

The Atmosphere, Your Guide

Introducing The AcuRite Olympus Series™

The AcuRite Olympus Series™ offers three different levels of home weather stations to monitor the conditions in your own backyard. Receive continuous updates on your mobile device to help protect your home, business, community garden, or school from hyperlocal weather changes. You'll always know when to apply sunscreen, wear extra layers, water the garden, grab an umbrella, or stay inside if lightning is detected nearby. Select and customize the best home weather station for your personal needs.

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AcuRite Notos

AcuRite Notos™

3-in-1

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  • Temperature
  • Humidity
  • Wind Speed
  • Wind Direction
  • Rainfall
  • UV Index
  • Light Intensity
  • Lightning Detection
  • Available Add-ons: None

  • Barometric Pressure
    measured in the AcuRite Access or Display
AcuRite Iris

AcuRite Iris™

5-in-1

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  • Temperature
  • Humidity
  • Wind Speed  
  • Wind Direction
  • Rainfall
  • UV Index
  • Light Intensity
  • Lightning Detection (optional)
  • Available Add-ons: *External lightning sensor,
    battery extension
  • Barometric Pressure
    measured in the AcuRite Access or Display
AcuRite Atlas

AcuRite Atlas®

7-in-1

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  • Temperature
  • Humidity
  • Wind Speed 
  • Wind Direction
  • Rainfall
  • UV Index
  • Light Intensity
  • Lightning Detection (optional)
  • Available Add-ons: *Internal lightning sensor,
    battery pack extension, wind sensor extension
  • Barometric Pressure
    measured in the AcuRite Access or Display

Amateur Today, Pro Tomorrow

Ideal for use as a personal or professional weather station, these easy-to-install, wireless devices can bring your weather expertise to a new level.

For Measuring The Elements That Impact Us

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Temperature

Receive real-time updates, track extremes online, report on high and low records, and monitor seasonal temperature trends, all from hyperlocal data from your own backyard.

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Humidity

With hyperlocal conditions updated in real time, always know exactly what it feels like outside.

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Wind Speed
and Direction

Monitor increasing wind speeds, changing or shifting wind directions, and howling wind gusts to have a heads-up on any approaching storm.

 
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Track Accurate
Rainfall

From rainfall rate to rainfall totals, know exactly how much water your lawn, garden, and yard has received.

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Optional Lightning
Detection

Prepare for potential thunderstorm activity with lightning strikes detected up to 25 miles away.

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UV Index and Light Intensity

Minimize your exposure to harmful solar rays and know when to reapply sunscreen based on real-time updates.

For Reading The Elements That Impact Us

Modern, Sleek, Discrete
Proudly display your weather data with a huge variety of styles to match any room in your home, or choose a more discrete option to disappear into your home decor.

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Weather Forecast

Our most elaborate displays include weather forecasts updated every 6 hours with easy to configure Wi-Fi connectivity.

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Auto-Dimming
Technology

Schedule automatic dimming or manually dim the display, so your changing weather conditions don't keep you up all night.

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Alarms and
Alerts

Know when to batten down the hatches with weather alerts that notify of changing conditions.

 
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Moon Phase

The moon phase not only affects our mood, but it can also help identify ideal hunting and fishing conditions.

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Rising or
Falling Pressure

All AcuRite displays measure barometric pressure, so you can track if a storm is approaching or leaving your area.

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Indoor Temperature
and Humidity

Know when to open the windows or run the AC by comparing the indoor conditions to the outdoor conditions.

For Analyzing The Elements That Impact Us

AcuRite Access™and My AcuRite Expansion for Remote Monitoring
Understand and Take Action — From Anywhere

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Remote
Access

Keep an eye on your home and valuables by being just a click away from your indoor and outdoor conditions.

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Charts and
Details

Monitor conditions in real-time, track charts and trends, and download and save any data you need.

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Alarms and
Alerts

Enable notifications and set the parameters that matter to you.

 
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Smart Home
Compatible

Enable voice control through Amazon Alexa and Google Assistant for a quick answer on your weather data.

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Online
Sharing

Share your weather data with online weather communities like Rapid Fire to Weather Underground at no extra fee.

Tip – We now offer two ways to connect to My AcuRite and enjoy all the benefits of remote monitoring. Either through our newest Wi-Fi Displays or the traditional AcuRite Access hub. Or learn more to decide which route is best for you.

A 360° Connection

Remote Access to Your Weather Station

With the My AcuRite app, quickly access your weather and home conditions from anywhere.

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Ultraviolet and Light Intensity Measuring

Sunburns

Minimize your family's exposure to harmful solar rays with real-time updates of current UV conditions.

It's For Your Health

In addition to sunburn, be aware of other health risks, such as eye damage and skin cancer associated with high levels of UV exposure.

Plants, Garden, and Lawn

Grow healthier plants with clear insight of the sun's impact; easily track seasonal trends and measure hours of daylight.

Always be in the know. Get alerts to your phone or email when UV intensity is above a specific threshold.

Water Leak Surveillance

Flooded Basement or Backyard

Heavy downpours can saturate the lawn and soil, which can force the water into your basement or crawlspace.

Leaky Appliance
or Sink

Avoid costly water damage by enabling alerts for sensors placed in areas that are typically prone to leaks, such as the water heater, sump pump, or kitchen sink.

Damaged Valuables in Storage

Get notified at the first detection of water in your attic or crawlspace to protect your stored possessions.

Always be in the know. Get alerts when water is detected in problem areas.

Indoor Home Temperature and Humidity Tracking

Optimize Home
Heating and Cooling

Identify leaky windows or doors, and know when it's best to open the windows or run the AC.

Maintain Healthy
Living Conditions

Mildew growth is higher under humid environments. Have loved ones with respiratory issues? Protect them by knowing when to run the humidifier or dehumidifier.

Keep Valuables
Safe

Photos, instruments, and wood furniture; most items in storage have a narrow threshold for optimal temperature and humidity.

Always be in the know. Get alerts when living conditions become unsafe.

Water, Soil, and Spot-Check Temperature Monitoring

Pools, Hot Tubs, Ponds

Whether it's kids in the pool, parents in the hot tub, or koi in the decorative pond, easily track water temperatures to keep everyone comfortable.

Four-Legged Friends

Also nurture the other animals in your home, whether they're in an aquarium, terrarium, or cage.

Gardens and Plants

Track the spring thaw, cover the plants during a hard freeze, or give them an extra drink in high heat with real-time soil temperature updates.

Always be in the know. Get alerts when water temperatures become unsafe or soil conditions become unstable.

Wind Monitoring

Storm Potential

Monitor and track increasing wind speeds, changing or shifting wind directions, and gusting winds to have a heads-up on an approaching storm.

Property Damage

Know when to batten down the hatches. From weak windows to old shingles or siding, be prepared before wind wreaks havoc on your home.

Gardens and Plants

After overwatering, wind damage is the next biggest threat to your large crops, bushes, and trees.

Always be in the know. Get alerts when wind gusts exceed your defined threshold.

Rainfall Tracking

Storm Totals

From rainfall rate to rainfall totals, know exactly how much water your lawn, garden, or yard has received.

Flooded Basement
or Backyard

Heavy downpours can saturate the lawn and soil, which can force water into your basement. Stay on top of rainfall totals to prevent or prepare for a potential flood.

Lawn, Gardens,
and Plants

Overwatering is the largest threat to plants. Monitor and track rainfall totals to adjust watering needs as necessary.

Always be in the know. Get alerts when rainfall totals exceed your designated high-water mark.

The Window To Your World

AcuRite Access® and My AcuRite® Intelligence

Understand and Take Action - From Anywhere. We've streamlined two ways to share your data with My AcuRite to benefit from the many features ranging from remote monitoring to enabling notifications that matter to you.

Tip – We now offer two ways to connect to My AcuRite and enjoy all the benefits of remote monitoring. Either through our newest Wi-Fi Displays or the traditional AcuRite Access hub.

Newest Wi-Fi Displays AcuRite Access


My AcuRite Window to World

Need help choosing your personal weather stations?

Select your main goal for your environmental monitoring:

Our newest Wi-Fi displays offer direct-to-My AcuRite for those who want to monitor their weather data from anywhere. The My AcuRite mobile app and desktop website give you everything you need to know about your outdoor environment.

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AcuRite Atlas or AcuRite Iris
   
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Wi-Fi Direct to My AcuRite Display
   
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The My AcuRite App

With the AcuRite Access™, you can build up your indoor/outdoor home monitoring system to optimize your home knowledge. The My AcuRite mobile app and desktop website give you everything you need to know about your indoor and outdoor environment.

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Indoor and Outdoor Home Monitoring Sensors
   
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AcuRite Access™
   
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The My AcuRite App



Explore Our Most Popular Add-On Sensors for Remote Monitoring

Add-on sensors are a great way to get a 360 view of your home environment!
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Outdoor Sensor
  • Temperature
  • Humidity
  • For indoor or outdoor use

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Room Sensor
  • Temperature
  • Humidity
  • For indoor use

Learn More

AcuRite Water Leak Detector Icon
Water Leak Detector
  • Temperature
  • Humidity
  • Water Leak Detection
  • Options for indoor or outdoor uses

Learn More

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Liquid/Soil Thermometer
  • Temperature
  • Humidity
  • Temperature probe measures in liquid, soil, or pipes
  • Options for indoor or outdoor uses

Learn More

Connect up to 7 sensors to each AcuRite Access™, and continue to expand your system by adding more AcuRite Access™ units to your My AcuRite account for the ultimate home monitoring system.
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Frequently Asked Questions



A personal weather station is different from an official weather station because it is set up on personal property by regular individuals and weather enthusiasts. We recommend that personal weather station owners set up the device based on these weather station siting guidelines for the highest accuracy possible. However, that is not a requirement as it is for official weather station siting and setup. Additionally, a personal weather station often reports more frequently than an official weather station. AcuRite weather stations report as often as 18 seconds, while official weather stations report hourly. Get live weather updates with all AcuRite weather stations: Notos, Iris, or Atlas.

A personal weather station gives you real-time rainfall updates, similar to weather radar. However, due to the scanning angle and your actual location from the local radar, oftentimes, the radar imagery is not representative of the rainfall observed at your location. With your own personal weather station mounted in your backyard, you know actual rainfall totals observed and measured at your location, not estimated by a local radar.

A personal weather station can benefit you for multiple reasons. It can provide increased protection for your family and home from approaching storms. You can better know when to water the lawn and garden and improve home heating and cooling efficiency — saving money on water and utility bills. Personal weather stations help you manage your home while allowing you and the family to continue enjoying the great outdoors! Here are six reasons to get a home weather station.

If you choose a weather station with a Wi-Fi Display or the AcuRite Access™️ internet hub, your weather data will transmit to the My AcuRite app and website. This allows you to access your live weather updates from your smartphone, whether you are home or away!

We recommend that you try to follow the weather station siting guidelines when you setup your home weather station. Generally, you need to set up the weather station away from any obstacles or obstructions that would affect the wind measurements or rainfall data. The obvious examples are: don't set the rain gauge under a tree and don't install the anemometer right next to a building, fence, or wall. You have to consider temperature, too: a weather station mounted over a blacktop will measure warmer temperatures than one mounted over grass or a natural surface. Wide-open spaces over natural surfaces are ideal locations for weather stations. However, we understand that ideal placement is not always an option, so just identify the best location you can! Be sure to read up on our specific guidelines for weather station installation.

When choosing your weather station, make sure you know if you want an internet-connected weather station. Our newest Wi-Fi displays offer internet connectivity directly to My AcuRite and Weather Underground. As for wires and connectivity, AcuRite offers all wireless weather stations, meaning the weather data communicates wirelessly to an indoor display or the AcuRite Access™️ unit. From there, you can access your weather data on your smartphone through the My AcuRite app.

All outdoor weather devices from AcuRite are wireless to an indoor display or Access unit. The displays are not wireless. They can run on battery for short times, such as power outages, but perform best when plugged into a power outlet. The Access units are also not wireless. Like the displays they include battery backup during power outages and are hard-wired into your home router via ethernet, which pushes the weather data online to My AcuRite.

Yes, a digital weather station is more useful than an analog weather station. A digital weather station allows you to track, monitor, and save your weather data to view trends and charts from your local display or online. With an internet-connected weather station, you have increased charting capabilities and remote monitoring options through My AcuRite.

No, the AcuRite outdoor weather sensors do not need internet connectivity or Wi-Fi in order to work. If you purchase the outdoor weather device with a compatible display, then as soon as you plug in your display and put batteries in your outdoor weather device, you'll see weather data reporting to your display! It's as easy as that! Use the weather station builder to make sure you choose a display that is compatible with the outdoor weather device you are interested in.

Your personal weather station should be placed outdoors, usually in your backyard or on your roof. Generally, it's best to place the weather station away from any obstacles or obstructions that would affect the wind measurements or rainfall data. The obvious examples are: don't set the rain gauge under a tree and don't install the anemometer right next to a building, fence, or wall. You have to consider temperature, too, as a weather station mounted over a blacktop will measure warmer temperatures than one mounted over grass or a natural surface. Wide-open spaces over natural surfaces are ideal locations for weather stations. However, we understand that ideal placement is not always an option, so identify the best location you can! Be sure to read up on our specific guidelines for weather station installation.

Indoor home monitoring devices are different than outdoor weather stations because they measure different things. Indoor home sensors from AcuRite measure home temperature and home humidity. Outdoor weather stations measure temperature and humidity as well, but they also measure additional weather elements such as barometric pressure, rainfall, and wind speed and direction.

Yes, in a way, all home weather stations can be placed indoors or outdoors, depending on what you want to monitor. However, a weather station with wind and rain sensors is more helpful and useful when placed outside to measure the natural weather elements that occur outside of your home. The most beneficial way to use AcuRite home sensors is to get both indoor and outdoor products. By comparing the indoor temperature and humidity conditions to the outdoor temperature and humidity conditions, you can save money on your energy bill! Simply open the windows whenever possible, instead of running the AC or furnace!

AcuRite has portable weather devices that you can use while you are out and about enjoying the great outdoors, boating or fishing, or cheering on your team at your favorite sporting event. However, AcuRite weather stations are intended to be set up in one location for an extended period of time. This gives you the most use of your weather data and allows you to accurately compare monthly, seasonal, and annual weather trends and record extremes. But don't worry, if you need to move, you can easily remove your weather station from its mounted location and set it up at your new location. Then, simply change your location data in My AcuRite if it is an internet-connected weather station.

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