- Indoor or Outdoor Temperature and Humidity Sensor
- Weather Resistant
- Temperature range: -40°F to 140°F (-40 °C to 60 °C)
- Humidity range: 10%-99% RH
- Transmission range: Up to 300 feet
- Transmission frequency: 433 MHz
- 2 "AA" Alkaline batteries (not included)
- 1.58" L x 0.83" W x 5.08" H
"Remote sensor failed "
Color forecast station works fine but remote sensor stopped working after 2 months of use. Followed re booting process with new sets of batteries and it does nothing or is there any other remedies? I emailed customer service about this issue and still waiting for response thank you in advance
- Thank you for contacting our support team on 1/23/2018. We hope the warranty replacement you received is working as expected for you. Please let us know if we can assist further.
La Crosse Technology
I love my station and received it as a gift a year and a half ago. The remote sensor is no longer working and I have tried all the steps you suggested in the manual. I just wonder if it worth spending $30 on a new sensor (includes shipping). That is half the price of a whole new unit.
"Sensor or Station?"
Enjoyed the idea of your product so much that I purchased two from my local Sam's Club. I gave the second unit to a friend as a birthday present. Don't have my receipt any longer but probably longer than a year ago. Recently the outdoor temperature went to the two dashes. I replaced the batteries with new ones in both units even tho the temp. station is plugged in. I then did the press the heat/dew button and the TX button on the sensor. I established a temperature reading for a short time but it was WAY off. Outside temp 143 degrees F ?. The station then went back to the dashes. I also followed the remove all batteries, press a button 20 times, etc. Still no reading but the sensor is flashing the little red light. So, maybe it's not the sensor and perhaps the station? What do you think?
Thank you for contacting us. Dashes mean the connection is lost between the weather station and the remote sensor.
1 - Batteries often resolve the connection.
2 - Distance/Resistance can cause loss of connection between the remote sensor and the weather station.
3 - Turn the weather station 90 degrees towards the remote sensor to provide better reception. This allows more antenna surface to face the remote sensor signal.
If these basic suggestions do not work, please contact Technical Support for additional assistance.
La Crosse Technology