- Wi-Fi Module Connects to Weather Underground
- Auto uploading data to net server
- Get Time/Date from Internet
- Color display
- Calendar (Month/date,2016-2099 Default Year 2016)
- Quartz Time (hour/minute) and Auto DST
- High/Low/Off backlight controlled
- Weather forecast: Sunny, Partly sunny, Cloudy, Rainy, Stormy and Snowy
- Seasonal foliage on trees
- Indoor Temperature/Humidity
- High/Low records for indoor temperature/humidity with time and date stamp (with button press)
- Independent alerts for indoor & outdoor temperature & humidity
- HI/LO indoor temperature/humidity records with time and date stamp
- Wireless Outdoor Temperature/Humidity
- Outdoor temperature/humidity trend arrows
- °C/°F selectable
- Feels Like temperature and Dew Point
- HI/LO outdoor temperature records with time and date stamp
- Low battery icon for the THERMO-HYGRO sensor
- Wireless Wind speed and Wind direction
- Wind speed in mph, km/h
- Display top wind in 1 hour
- Display current wind speed
- Independent alerts for top wind speed
- High history for wind records (24 Hours, 7 days, one month, one year, total)
- Low battery icon for multi-sensor
- Wireless Rainfall
- Rainfall in inch, mm
- Display rainfall in 1 hour, last 24hours, day, 7 days, one month, one year and total.
- Independent alert for 24hr rain
- High history for records
- Each Sensor has unique ID and a “parked position” on the display until manually deleted.
- Multi-Use Sensor: TX233RW
- Thermo-Hygro Sensor: TX233TH
- Indoor Temperature Range: 32°F to 122°F (0°C to 50°C)
- Outdoor temperature range: -40°F to 140°F (-40°C to 60°C)
- Indoor/Outdoor Humidity Range: 10% to 99%RH
- Wind Speed Range: 0 to 111.8 mph (0 to 180 kph)
- Wind Direction: 0° to 359°
- Rainfall Amount: 0 to 393.7 in. (0 to 9999.9 mm)
- Transmission Range: Up to 330 Feet
- Wi-Fi Transmission Range: 80 feet (open air) RF 2.4GHz
- Station: 5.0 Volt 500mA adapter included (Primary), Optional Battery: 3-AAA, IEC, LR3 batteries (not included)
- TX232RW Sensor: 3 "AA" Alkaline batteries (not included)
- TX233TH Sensor: 2 "AA" Alkaline batteries (not included)
- Station: 8.05” W x 5.70” H x 1.36” D
- TX233RW Sensor: 13.61” W x 8.55” H x 5.14” D
- TX233TH Sensor: 1.67” W x 6.14” H x 0.83” D
1:01 - Step 1) Insert 2 "AA" batteries into the TH Sensor
1:11 - Step 2) Insert three "AA" batteries into the Multi-Sensor
1:20 - Step 3) Power up the weather station
1:38 - Step 4) Check the sensors' connection & wait at least 15 minutes for them to sync with the station
2:02 - Step 5) Mount the outdoor sensors
3:51 - Step 6) Configure your basic settings
7:39 - Step 7) Position your station for the best viewing angle
7:54 - Step 8) Connect the station to the Internet & Weather Underground
12:45 - Connect with us!
"Good, but no rain measurement"
All is good, however I'm lucky if the rain gauge works. Most of the time, I get no reading for the rain. I did the same as another here did, and cleaned it up real good. Still no reading. This is the second time I've written this review, and don't see the first one I wrote here and have heard/seen no response.
Hello Bill, Thank you for your review. Please check the rain gauge's rain funnel and the rain chamber beneath the funnel to make sure there is no debris blocking the rain bucket from tipping. You may also want to try a new set of batteries. If you are still having an issue with your rain readings please contact our support team for further assistance.
La Crosse Technology
"Short battery life"
I love everything about this unit except the fact that the batteries only last about 40 days in the wind transmitter.
I mound it High to get good wind results which it makes it very hard to get down to change the batteries. Lithium batteries only lasted a few days longer .
What is the solar panel supposed to do ?
- The solar panel will extend the life of the batteries by powering the multi-sensor during the day when there is enough sun to power the unit.
La Crosse Technology
"Same criticism with the narrow display angle."
Like the other reviews, my only criticism of this weather station is the narrow viewing angle. Everything has worked great otherwise and it stays connected with Weather Underground or re-connects right away if there is a problem with my router. I would gladly pay extra for a better display. It is the only weak link in an otherwise great and reliable product.