- 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
My outside temperature works for 1 day and then the temperature displays hash marks. New batteries have been installed in both portions and reset. There is only 1 wall between the 2 devices. At this point I am not impressed
Thank you for your feedback. We apologize the sensor is not staying connected. Please refer to the FAQ's on the Support tab for this product. On page 7 you fill find information on mounting/positioning the sensor and then additional information on distance, resistance and interference. We hope you find this helpful. If you need additional assistance please do not hesitate to 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.
La Crosse Technology
"Looks good BUT ..."
The unit works well overall but the indoor temperature sensor is off by about 2 degrees … I had 3 different temperature sensors to do the baseline (including one more La Crosse).
Any chance it can be calibrated ?
Thank you for your feedback. No, the sensor can not be calibrated. When comparing indoor and remote temperature the temperatures should be within 4 degrees to be within tolerance.
La Crosse Technology
"Inconsistent connection/suspect indoor temp accuracy"
While nice to look at with attractive colors I have had little success keeping the outside sensor connected. It disconnects at least 5 times during a 24 hour period and must select channel 1 to regain connectivity. The inside air temperature is out by two degrees with my current electronic thermostat which is accurate with a temperature gauge I used to check accuracy.
Not sure if able to adjust temp gauge and would also like to get better connectivity. The sensor is within 50 feet and with fresh energizer batteries.
Thank you for your feedback. We apologize you are having troubles. If you have not already tried a restart, you might want to. Instructions are on page 16 of the product manual. Your unit can review multiple thermohygro sensors on channels 2 and 3. Are you certain you are losing the readings and channel just isn't change to channel 2 or 3 where you have no data being transmitted? We hope you find this helpful. If you need additional assistance please do not hesitate to 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.
La Crosse Technology