- Wireless Outdoor sensor for temperature
- Temperature trend
- Indoor/Outdoor temperature with °C/°F selectable
- Low Battery indicator
- Max/min temperature records
- Indoor Temperature Range: 32°F to 122°F (0°C to 50°C)
Included TX141-BV2 Wireless Outdoor Temperature Sensor
- Outdoor Temperature Range: -40°F to 140°F (-40°C to 60°C)
- Transmission Range: Up to 300 Feet
- Display: 2 "AAA" Alkaline batteries (not included)
- Sensor: 2 "AA" Alkaline batteries (not included)
- Display: 2.63" L x 1.35" W x 3.67" H
- Sensor: 1.57" L x 0.79" W x 5.12" H
The outdoor temperature gauge is not very accurate. It seems to fluctuate too much. I have checked it with my outdoor thermometer and it is off by at least 5 degrees.
The best way to test accuracy is with a side-by-side test of the indoor and outdoor unit. All electronics have different tolerances. Comparing a La Crosse Technology sensor to a La Crosse Technology display allows us to test with known tolerances.
CHECK CHANNELS: Some weather stations have a CH or channel button and can pick up a neighbors sensor on a channel that you believe your sensor is on. If your station has a CH or Channel button please press and release that button to determine if you are picking up more than one sensor.
CHECK MIN/MAX MODE: Please check that your display is not stuck in Min or Max mode, which will cause your temperatures to read incorrect.
BRING SENSOR TO DISPLAY: Please bring your outdoor transmitter inside and place it beside the display unit (no further that 1-foot away) for at least two hours.
COMPARE: Then compare indoor and outdoor readings; the Temperature difference should be no more than four degrees (+/- 2 degrees) Humidity can be up to 14% difference (+/- 7%).
*If the difference is greater, Place your sensor in the freezer for 20 minutes to be sure you are reading your sensor and not a neighbor's.
*If the sensor reads correctly while next to the display then try a different location outside. Look for heat sources such as sunlight, door or window frames, or reflected heat. Check for the same things on whatever you are comparing the reading to.
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