La Crosse Technology WS-450W Color Forecast Station

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The La Crosse WS-450W Wireless Color Forecast Station uses color weather icons to provide a clear display of daily weather conditions. Engineered with state of the art components the WS-450W will provide accurate and reliable measurement of barometric pressure, weather forecast, in/out humidity, temperature, heat index and dewpoint. The atomic clock features accurate time and date and features an alarm setting with snooze option. Use the weather station all around the house as it has a transmission range of 246 ft. Animated color graphs designed to gauge the weather at a glanceForecast Icon Based on Changing Barometric Pressure with Tendency Indicator IN/OUT Heat Index ( F/ C) with MIN/MAX Records IN/OUT Dew Point ( F/ C) with MIN/MAX RecordsWireless IN/OUT Humidity (%RH) with MIN/MAX Records & Tendency IndicatorWireless IN/OUT Temperature ( F/ C) with MIN/MAX Records & Tendency Indicator Indoor Comfort Indicator: COMF, WET, DRYAtomic Time & Date with Manual Setting12 / 24 Hour Time DisplayPerpetual Calendar4 U.S. Time Zones: PA, MO, CE, EATime Alarm with SnoozeEL Backlight: AUTO, HIGH, LOW, OFFWireless Outdoor & Indoor Relative Humidity Range: 20% to 99%Wireless Outdoor Temperature Range: -4 F to 140 F (-20 C to 60 C) Indoor Temperature Range: 32 F to 122 F (0 C to 50 C)Elevation Range: -160 Ft. to 3940 Ft. (-50M to 1200M)Can Receive up to 3 SensorsAutomatically Adjusts for Daylight Saving TimeTransmission Range: Up to 246 Ft (75M)Low Battery Indication Receiver: 3 "AAA" Alkaline Batteries or Included 6.0V AC AdapterWireless Sensor: 2 "AAA" Alkaline BatteriesDimensions: 6.75"W x 3 3/4"HComes with table top stand

- Campmor

La Crosse Technology WS-450W Color Forecast Station

previously retailed for:
$34.96

The La Crosse Technology WS-450W Color Forecast Station is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen July 30, 2012 at Campmor.

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