The Honeywell TE923W Professional Weather Station with Rain Gauge, Anemometer (wine speed & direction), Barometer, Thermometer, Hydrometer (humidity), Atomic Clock and Remote Control monitors just about any weather condition created by Mother Nature, including the UV index. The Honeywell TE923W is the most complete, quickest, most accurate, and most convenient way of keeping track of the weather in and around your home or office.
The Honeywell TE923 is a Deluxe Weather Station.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
- wireless link provides ultimate convenience for installing the measurement devices
- robust set of measurements are provided
- Anemometer was installed 35' from a window where that base station is and repeatedly lost wireless synch; it's now 15' away and is working better
- wanted to post readings to a website automatically but the usb connection causes the wind readings to stop; have asked support to help several weeks back but received NO response
- This is NOT a Honeywell unit; it is a Japanese company who has licensed the Honeywell name -- so don't expect Honeywell quality and accuracy
A very very good buy.
The manaul has been converted to English from some other language and was done very poorly. Quite often it is difficult to determine what the manual is instructing you to do.
The temperature sensors seem to be fairly accurate (compaired to other digital thermometers I have). The humidity sensors seems to be reading 10%-15% lower than what gets reported by local radio and TV stations just a few miles away. The local barometric pressure reading is always 1-2 inHg low. At high noon on a cloudless day in late July the UV sensore is reading "medium". Not sure how the actual UV exposure could get any higher but the sensor only indicates "medium" all day.
I've downloaded several software programs for use with weather stations and haven't been able to get any of them to work with the Honeywell TE923W. This does not seem to be a well supported unit.
When registering this product on-line or asking for techical support you complete an on-line form and it is then sent to the company as an email attachemnt. My Internet Service Provider (MSN) detects a virus with the email attachemnt and won't allow it to be sent.
I can not recommend this unit.
I hope this will help you out in your choice.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Clear screen to see all that is happening. Problem for me was I installed the wind gauge up high as they said to do, but eventually the plastic propeller gave out and I gave up. Read morePublished 5 months ago by DCHASS
Gave this as a gift to a weather enthusiast. He is pretty handy, but never could get all the pieces installed and working reliably.Published 18 months ago by J. S.
Never worked wellwith the PC. The sensors didn't weather too well. The base unit still works but the sensors died after a couple of seasons in the UVPublished on November 27, 2012 by Jim McNeil
This device appears to be a rebadged Hideki Electronics weather station. Both Honeywell and Hideki have lousy online presence for the weather station. Read morePublished on July 23, 2011 by Lerwick
I purchased the TE923W and installed it according to procedure. Initially it worked when initialized on battery alone. When I plugged in the supplied 7. Read morePublished on January 9, 2011 by Autumn Leaves
Before buying this item, I telephoned Honeywell tech support and specifically stated that my home is a steel frame building and I have difficulty with wireless telephone service... Read morePublished on December 21, 2010 by jagmanjoe
Except for the difficulty in trying to register this product, all components work great and was easy to assemble. The guages appear to be very accurate.Published on September 6, 2010 by Bigz
I bought this in late March 2010, and installed it in April. I noticed right away that there were many errors in the software, so I found the online Hideki support site, which... Read morePublished on July 18, 2010 by DiverDanP
My house is a polution zone of wireless devices, so I kept the box on this for nearly a year just in case it failed to work. But it worked great! Read morePublished on May 16, 2010 by HMMWV