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  • Oregon Scientific THGR810 10-Channel Wireless Remote Thermometer/Humidity Sensor with 10 Channels for the WMR200, WMR100, and WMR90 Weather Stations
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Oregon Scientific THGR810 10-Channel Wireless Remote Thermometer/Humidity Sensor with 10 Channels for the WMR200, WMR100, and WMR90 Weather Stations


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  • Collects temperature and humidity readings
  • Accessory item for Oregon Scientific Weather Stations (sold separately)
  • On-board LCD screen
  • Includes wall mount and 2 AAA batteries
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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 3.6 x 0.8 x 2.4 inches ; 4 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 4.8 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • Origin: Imported (China)
  • ASIN: B000TZ56UK
  • Item model number: THGR810
  • Batteries 2 AAA batteries required. (included)
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (20 customer reviews)
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THGR sensors collect both temperature and humidity readings and also feature an on-board LCD screen. Please check sensor compatibility with your main unit before purchase.

Product Description

The Oregon Scientific THGR810 Thermometer & Humidity Sensor with 10 Channel collects both the temperature and humidity reading and also features an on-board LCD screen for easy viewing. Works with the WMR200, WMR100 and WMR90. Please check sensor compatibility with your main unit before purchase.


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Batteries are still strong, so that's not it.
MJC
I was instructed to reset the base station when adding remotes and this worked just fine.
David Klein
It fits well with our existing system and provides another temperature sensor.
Trevor

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By MJC on April 19, 2011
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I bought nine of these and set each to a separate channel using the switches in the battery compartment. (Instructions with each unit show how to easily do this).

All nine units report temps to a single Oregon Scientific base unit, which is connected to a mac mini via USB and the data is collected / stored using an application called Weathersnoop Lite.

I had all nine units placed next to each other for about two days, but with batteries installed. They reported consistent temperatures with a maximum range of two degrees between the highest and lowest units in a 72 degree room. Usually, they were at the exact same temperature or one or two were just a single degree different from the others. They also reported consistent humidity readings, with a maximum difference of 3% points in a 38% room.

The nine units have been installed across a four-story house. The base unit is in the basement. All units are communicating well whether in the basement or on the third floor.

[UPDATE after about 6 more months of use)
These do sometimes drop their link to the base unit (I'm using the Oregon Scientific WMR200A). Batteries are still strong, so that's not it. If I tell the base station to rescan, it will usually locate whichever of the nine units that lost connection and reconnect. However, a few weeks later, it might disconnect again. Granted some of the units are 50 or so feet away and need to pass through walls.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Frankie J on November 6, 2013
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It is working like a charm . . . just as I expected. Set up was easy and it is giving accurate readings.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By P. Campbell on May 14, 2013
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I'm using these with my home automation system to turn on ceiling fans to gradually higher speeds as the rooms warm up through the day. The batteries last a long time, no issues with signal loss: receiver is in the basement server closet, but the sensors are all over the house, including the opposite end of the house on the second floor. Temperature/humidity measurements are close enough for what I need. Really happy with these sensors.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By customer on March 15, 2011
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I purchased 4 of these to use with the WMR90. So far, all are working. The monitor station is able to read the signals in my facility through several walls or through a cement floor and thick door. I was careful to put the batteries in the remotes before the monitor. It takes a while (a couple of hours) for them to adjust to abrupt temperature changes (like bringing them from indoors to outside in winter). They show a few degrees differences in temperature and humidity readings when all four are brought together in the same room.
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2 of 3 people found the following review helpful By David Klein on September 21, 2010
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So far so good. I'm using this remote to communicate with the WMR100 console. My house is 1,700 sq/ft and seems to reach most spaces. The true test will be placing a remote in the garage and/or workshop that are farther away from the console. I'm using Weather Tracker for the Macintosh and Apple Script to bring the temperature and humidity into my Indigo home automation software. So far so good!

I purchased the WMR100 due to it's ability to communicate with many remotes to include the THGR810 as well as the floating sensor for tracking hot tube temperature (perhaps in the future).

I've sense purchased a new THGR810 and can not get the base station to recognize that I have added another remote sensor. I have a customer service email into Oregon Scientific about the issue, we'll see what there response is. The instructions for their products is pretty weak.

All is well. I was instructed to reset the base station when adding remotes and this worked just fine. Plan to buy mores for other areas of the home/property.
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I purchased this after I had two Temp/Humidity sensors go bad from my wmr200a. While this cannot utilize the solar panel from my wmr200a, it is a good replacement, and the battery lasts a long time in it (noting that it was working at nearly -20 degrees F.) The only issue I have is that once the temperature reaches around 70 degrees, it arrears to become inaccurate, compared to other temperature measuring devices I have, and other weather stations in my nearby area.
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My weather station kept dropping the signal with he original sensor. This one was compatible per he coma ones website. Once installed and synced with the weather station it hasn't failed me since. I like the fact it has a digital display on it so I can see it while I am outside. Works great for my use and the temp is accurate.
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Currently have 5 of these units in operation located in such places as the internal cavity of a chest freezer, the extreme temps of a hot attic, outside under a covered porch etc.. Except for 1 unit in which the led display has become messed up but the unit stills transmits the correct temp/humidity to the base unit they've been in operation for more than 5-7 years with a fresh battery change-out every 2-3 years.. Transmits 50' thru multiple walls to base unit but not much beyond that..
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