This Station Learns! Please allow 3-4 weeks for barometer calibration to generate accurate forecast
- Atomic time and date (auto sets)
- 12/24 hour time with snooze alarm and alarm icon
- Time zones: Atlantic Time (AST), Eastern Time (EST), Central Time (CST), Mountain Time (MST), Pacific Time (PST), Alaskan Time (AKT) & Hawaiian Time (HAT)
- Calendar: month, day, date
- Charge devices with USB charging port: Output 1 amp
- 3 Channels for optional multiple sensor reading (additional sensors not included)
- 12 hour forecast based on changing barometric pressure
- Color forecast icons: sunny, partly sunny, cloudy, rainy, stormy
- Indoor/Outdoor temperature (°F / °C)
- Indoor/Outdoor humidity (%RH)
- MIN / MAX records
- Heat index and dew point
- Light up display with press of button using battery power OR continuous light using AC adapter with ON /OFF option
- LCD light dimmer for nighttime use
- Low battery icon for weather station and sensor
- Sits on desktop or tabletop
- Indoor temperature range: +32°F to +122°F (0°C to 50°C)
- Indoor humidity range: 1% to 99% RH
Included TX142THV2 Wireless Outdoor Temperature/Humidity Sensor
- Outdoor temperature range: -40°F to +140°F (-40°C to 60°C)
- Outdoor humidity range: 1% to 99% RH
- Transmission range: Up to 300 Feet
- Display: AC adapter included; Optional 3 "AA" Alkaline battery backup (not included)
- Sensor: 2 "AA" Alkaline Batteries (not included)
- Display: 5.9" L x 2.36" W x 5.90" H
- Sensor: 1.57" L x 0.82" W x 5.11" H
"How do I calibrate the barometric pressure on a WS-9611U ??"
Great product, but the barometric pressure is recording 0.45" of Hg too low. How do I calibrate that? Also, do you off a recording Weather Station?
- Hello Chris, Thank you for your review. We would recommend performing a restart to reset the pressure sensor. Please follow the steps below:
Bring the outdoor sensor and weather station together inside and have the units 5-10 feet apart with nothing between them. Remove batteries from outdoor sensor and weather station. Press one of the buttons on the weather station at least 20 times to clear all memory. Verify that the weather station is blank before proceeding. Let the all units sit with batteries out for at least 15 minutes. SENSOR FIRST: Install fresh alkaline batteries in the outdoor sensor. Insert fresh batteries (or a/c cord) into the weather station, observing the correct polarity. Allow the outdoor sensor and weather station to remain 5 feet apart for 15 minutes to establish a strong connection. Do not press buttons at this time. You should see a reading on the outdoor temperature area in the first minute.
If you are still having an issue after the restart, please contact our support team for additional support.
La Crosse Technology
Gentlemen, what is WWVB? What does that do?
- Hello Jake, The WWVB is the NIST radio station the broadcasts the time signal for radio controlled devices like our "Atomic Clocks" to synchronize their clocks. Please let us know if you have any further questions.
La Crosse Technology
"Weather station 308-146"
I have two of your 308-146 weather stations. Great product and certainly accurate enough for my needs. I live on the East Coast so sometimes have to wait several days before the time is updated. The good thing is the weather station lets you know with an icon when the station has been updated.