- 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)
- Time alarm with snooze
- 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 VI 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
Springfield provides a 1-year limited warranty (from date of purchase) on this product relating to manufacturing defects in materials & workmanship.
"I like mine!"
So far so good. I must have got a good one. I have read lots of reviews all over the internet. Some good but seems to be a lot of critical ones. I have been reading the reviews for the following models... 327-1414W, 327-1414WV2 and the one I have the CA87092 which is the Canadian version I believe. I can't really see any difference in all three models. Must be some internal difference in the W and the WV2 models. I hope some one from La Crosse could clarify this.
That being said mine seems to works pretty good. I have my station set up in my living room along side a few more thermometers and barometers and one more hygrometer and the readings seem to be bang on. The verdict is still not in on the anemometer reading though. I'm going to wait a little bit more before I extend the mast another 6 feet over the peak of my house for the sensor. But where it sits now is even with my roof line so it's about 20% -30% off in the readings. Understandable.
Heard some complaints about having the sensor in open to get the best wind speed possible but giving the wrong temperature reading due to being in the sun. Obviously. La Crosse might want to rethink this. Maybe a external sensor for temperature instead of a built in one. Or maybe put another sensor in the box. I purchased a extra sensor to solve this problem. Touche' La Crosse.
All in all not a bad unit.
Great product. Only wish the station had wind direction.
i like that its in color..