La Crosse Technology WS-9153TWC-IT-TCP Wireless Forecast Station

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The La Crosse WS-9153TWC-IT-TCP Wireless Forecast Station provides a clear display of daily outdoor temperature, indoor temperature and humidity, min/ max temperatures and accurate 12/24 hour time and date. Minimum and maximum records with time and date are kept for your convenience. Humidity tracking ranges from one to 99 percent, and this weather station measures temperatures from -39.8 to 139.8 degrees Fahrenheit. The remote sensor can send signals over a range of up to 330 feet within its line of sight. Both time and date have been set to the atomic clock to maintain accuracy. The sleek, modern, accurate Wireless Forecast Station can be wall-mounted or placed on your desktop or counter, and includes a detachable stand. The receiver and wireless sensor each require two AA batteries, which are not included.Weather forecasting function with 3 weather icons and weather tendency indicatorWireless outdoor temperature ( F or C)Monitors indoor temperature ( F or C)Monitors indoor humidity (%RH)MIN/MAX value of temperature display with time and date of recordingMIN/MAX value of humidityBarometric tendency arrowIndoor comfort level iconAtomic time and date with manual setting Automatically updates for Daylight Saving Time (on/off option)12 / 24 hour time displayWall hanging or free standingDetachable stand includedCan receive up to 3 sensorsIndoor humidity range: 1% to 99% Wireless outdoor temperature range: -39.8 F to +139.8 FIndoor temperature range: 14.1 F to 139.8 F Transmission range: Up to 330 feet Transmission frequency: 915 MHz Swiss precision sensor Power Requirements:Receiver: 2 "AA" Alkaline batteries (not included)Wireless sensor: 2 "AA" Alkaline batteries (not included)

- Campmor

La Crosse Technology WS-9153TWC-IT-TCP Wireless Forecast Station

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The La Crosse Technology WS-9153TWC-IT-TCP Wireless Forecast Station is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen October 6, 2012 at Campmor.

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