- 3-in-1 wireless sensor for outdoor temperature, humidity, and wind speed
- Wind speed graph (current speed)
- Current wind speed (mph/kmh)
- Wind speed history (1hour, 24 hours, 7 days, month & year)
- Top wind speed and history
- Wind speed alerts (HI/Off)
- Indoor/Outdoor temperature (°F/°C)
- Indoor/Outdoor humidity (%RH)
- Temperature/humidity trend indicators
- MIN/MAX Indoor/Outdoor temperature records
- Indoor/Outdoor temperature alerts (HI/LOW/OFF)
- Dynamic color forecast display
- Forecast tendency indicators
- "Feels Like" Temperature (Heat index and dew point)
- 12/24 hour atomic time (manual set option)
- Automatically updates for Daylight Saving Time
- Calendar (month/date/year)
- Adjustable backlight (HI/LOW/OFF)
- Signal strength indicator
- Low battery indicators
- Wall hang or table standing
- Supports up to 2 additional temperature/humidity sensors (not included)
- Indoor Temperature Range: 32°F to 122°F (0°C to 50°C)
- Indoor Humidity Range: 13% to 99% (%RH)
Included TX141W 3-in-1 Wireless Outdoor Sensor
- Outdoor Temperature Range: -40°F to 140°F (-40°C to 60°C)
- Outdoor Humidity Range: 13% to 99% (%RH)
- Wind Speed Range: 0-99 mph (0-159 kmh)
- Transmission Range: Over 300 Feet
- Display: Level V AC adapter for primary power (included); 3 "AAA" Alkaline batteries for backup (not included)
- 3-in-1 Sensor: 2 "C" Alkaline batteries (not included)
- Display: 8.34" L x 1.03" W x 5.48" H
- 3-in-1 Sensor: 3.5" L x 6.25" W x 12" H
Welcome to Tech Talk, a video series designed to help you find the information you need to know quickly and conveniently. Use the red play-head under the video to move to the specific time listed below.
0:00 - Welcome
1:02 - Step 1: Install 2 "C" batteries into the outdoor sensor
1:20 - Step 2: Connect & tighten the battery cover
1:32 - Step 3: Adjust the mounting bracket
2:08 - Step 4: Secure the mounting pole to the sensor
2:18 - Step 5: Power up the weather station
2:54 - Step 6: Keep both the sensor & weather station together for at least 15 minutes
3:03 - Step 7: Move sensor to its approximate location
4:01 - Model Numbers
4:25 - Settings Menu
6:30 - Help Us, Help You
Love the product. Very easy to set up and use. My sensor is roughly 150' away from the reciever and so far (couple hours) so good. Haven't lost connection and wind speed seems to be pretty accurate. Only drawback as I've read from other reviews is the indoor temperature is reading 24.4°C when right behind the same wall my electronic thermostat is reading 20.5°C and both rooms have equal amounts of daylight coming in. Overall I like the unit and am hoping it'll continue working and won't have to do a refund in the near future :-)
"Not so great weather station"
I am very disappointed in this product. Ever since we set it up, following the directions, it has gone in and out on the outside temp. I set it on 1 unit, still kept going in and out. Now, the outside information is not showing at all and I have had the product for about 1.5 months. This is very unprofessional and I will never buy another La Crosse station. I am going to look into returning it to where I bought it and look for something else. They should not fail this quickly. I know it is within the correct range for getting information, but even when it was working, it never registered the wind at the correct speed.
Thank you for your feedback. We apologize you are having problems. If you have not returned the product yet please contact us for Technical Support. We can and will fix this as La Crosse Technology, Ltd. provides, to the original purchaser, a 1-year limited time warranty (from date of purchase) on this product, relating to manufacturing defects in materials & workmanship. The item will be either repaired or replaced at La Crosse Technology's discretion. Please contact Technical Support via the Support Tab web form link or contact them directly M - F 8 AM to 6 PM CST at 608-782-1610/888-211-1923.
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"Professional? Not! Just a bad toy."
Tech support confirms that this unit has an accuracy of plus or minus TWO degrees, meaning that at normal room temperature of 20 degrees Celsius, it could display as low as 18 or as high as 22.
This is not publicly documented anywhere that I can find. However, the fact that the unit displays the temperature in point one degree increments certainly hints at a decent degree of accuracy.
To call a unit "Professional" that may, by design, read wrong by TEN percent is just plain misleading.
I feel scammed.
Thank you for your feed back. We apologize you feel scammed. We see you worked with our Technical Support representative on 03/02/17 who provided you with our tolerance information. What you stated above is correct the tolerance is +/-2º Celsius or Fahrenheit.
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