- 5 Weather icons (sunny, partly cloudy, cloudy, rainy and stormy) with weather tendency indicators
- Wireless IN/OUT temperature (°F/°C) & humidity (%RH)
- Relative air pressure (inHg or hPa)
- 6-hour pressure history graph (mb, inHg, mmHg, hPa)
- Wind speed and wind gust (mph, km/h or knots, m/s)
- Wind chill (°F/°C)
- Wind speed and direction with LCD compass display (16 steps)
- Rainfall: total, daily, weekly, monthly (inches/mm)
- Moon phase with 8 displays
- 12 / 24 Hour time display with adjustable alarm
- Calendar display (weekday, date, month, year)
- Outdoor thermo/hygro sensorlocated inside the wind sensor
- Wind sensor has built-in compass on top
- IR remote control
- 3 Languages: English, German and French
- Supports photos in JPEG format
- Reads USB flash drives, SD & MMC cards (up to 32GB)
- Brightness, contrast and saturation levels 1-16
- LCD options: (1) Photos, (2) Weather, (3) Weather & Photos or (4) Calendar & Photos
- Wind Sensor/Thermo/Hygro: W132-Q
- Rain Gauge: W174-Q
- Wind Speed Range: 0 to 67 mph
- Humidity Range: 20% to 99% (%RH)
- Temperature Range: 32°F to 122°F (0°C to 50°C) (Indoor) -4°F to 140°F (-20°C to 60°) (Outdoor)
- Wind Chill Range: -4°F to 140°F (-20°C to 60°)
- Rain Range: 0” to 393.6”
- Receiver: A/C adapter (included)
- W132-Q : 2 “AA” alkaline batteries (not included)
- W174-Q: 2 “AA” alkaline batteries (not included)
- IR Remote: One CR2025 (included)
- Receiver: 9.25” L x 1.4” W x 6.25” H
- W174-Q: 5.88“ L x 2.16“ W x 3.16“ H
- W132-Q: 4.5“ L x 12.63“ W x 4.63“ H
- IR Remote: 1.56“ L x 0.25“ W x 3.38“ H
I know the 308-807 is now obsolete but I have one and cannot find my owners manual. Need to look up the meaning of LL in the outdoor temp readout. Is there maybe an electronic or PDF version I could get emailed to me?
The manual for this product is available on the Support Tab of this product listing. The thermohygro will show LL when temperature is below -20C or -4F.
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"I want another one"
I had one for years and really liked it. It stopped receiving signals from the outdoor sensors about a year ago. Since it operates on 110V it is continuously back-lit. It has a USB port to display photos and I still use that plus the indoor temp and humidity. Any way to get one?
Thank you for your feedback. This item has been retired from our line, but keep your eye out as we have many new models coming.
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