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Oregon Scientific WMR200 Professional Weather Center

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  • Wireless weather center from Oregon Scientific for indoor/outdoor temperatures, humidity, wind, heat, UV, and rain measurements
  • Wall-mounted or freestanding, LCD touch screen with backlight conveys time and conditions; powered with 6-volt DC AC adapter
  • Rain, wind, temperature/humidity, and UV sensors communicate from up to 325 feet at a 433MHz frequency; atomic clock
  • PC software and 6-foot USB cable allow recording weather on computer; mounting hardware and batteries included
  • Measures 5-9/10 inches long by 7-8/10 inches wide by 1-9/10 inches high; limited 1-year guarantee
Special Shipping Information: Due to federal and international regulations, this product can only be shipped within the 50 states.


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Oregon Scientific WMR200 Professional Weather Center + Oregon Scientific THGR810 10-Channel Wireless Remote Thermometer/Humidity Sensor with 10 Channels for the WMR200, WMR100, and WMR90 Weather Stations + Oregon Scientific UVN800 Remote UV Sensor
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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 8.5 x 7.5 x 12.2 inches ; 14 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 14 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
  • Origin: USA
  • Shipping Advisory: This item must be shipped separately from other items in your order. Additional shipping charges will not apply.
  • ASIN: B000VSTALG
  • Item model number: WMR200
  • Average Customer Review: 2.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (79 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #110,171 in Home & Kitchen (See Top 100 in Home & Kitchen)
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Product Description

The Oregon Scientific Weather Center gives you all the weather data you'll need from your own back yard! Equipped with a touch-panel interface for quick and convenient information access, the WMR200 captures over 10 weather measurements, from up to 300 feet away. You'll see the precise Atomic time, current indoor and outdoor temperature and humidity, wind speed and direction, wind chill, dew point, heat index, barometric pressure and rainfall data. For additional weather monitoring, the unit can support up to ten remote sensors, including a UV monitor (optional). The integrated wind sensor tower and free PC software with multi-language capability make this the only Weather Center you'll ever need.


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Customer Reviews

We had had a La Crosse unit for some years previously and it worked well until so parts finally gave out.
flintknapper
Today the base lost contact with the temperature sensor, changed batteries, multiple resets finally got it to connect again.
Pricepal
The software will intermedantly stop collection or recieving data from the WMR200 over the USB connection.
John L. Stelmaszek

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

162 of 166 people found the following review helpful By K. Lambert-Gorwyn on January 1, 2010
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Pro's: Nice looking display unit (at first glance, read further).

Con's: Outdoor sensor quality chintzy, accuracy, customer service, limited history data without hooking up to a computer, set up time, no energy storage for solar, update frequency.

I purchased this weather station to replace 3 separate aging weather units to enable all weather data on a single unit.

Upon unpacking the 200WMRa I noticed all of the outdoor sensor units feel like they could break just handling them. After setting everything up indoors to test connectivity, I could not get a reading from the outside temp/humidity. The first time I called customer service they had me run through a battery of tests and instead of sending me just the one sensor (none available), I had to pack up the entire unit and send it back. Two weeks later, I again have everything set up indoors as a test; again no outdoor temp or humidity. This time I order a second unit online so that I can have it quicker and the third sensor was bad as well. Second call to customer service "please send back the entire unit...". I waited an hour and called again and luckily got someone on the phone who let me know that they did have a problem with the sensor (now discontinued) and that they could send me the redesigned sensor. This replacement sensor worked fine, but didn't have solar hookup which defeats one of the advantages of this system.

A note on the solar power on this system; it doesn't have any means of storage, so any time it's cloudy or at night you are running on batteries.

The main console unit looks nice at first glance, but really gives very little data without hooking to a computer via some VERY outdated and glitchy software.
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39 of 42 people found the following review helpful By C. Pitts on September 23, 2009
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I purchased the WMR200A to replace my La Crosse Professional wireless weather station. The La Crosse had worked well, but the sensors use solar cells to keep the internal batteries charged. Unfortunately after about 5 years of satisfactory service, the sensors' batteries began dying. Since the batteries are SOLDERED into each sensor's motherboard, they cannot be easily replaced. The rain gauge went first. Unable to find someone to replace the battery, I actually purchased another one - but it sent signals exactly once and died. When the temp/hum sensor quit sending, I decided to find a battery operated wireless system and after reading a lot of user reviews, selected the WMR200.

THE GOOD:

1. Setup - the instructions are fairly good and the order is easy to follow. It took only 90 minutes. Following the suggestions of a reviewer of another product, I first activated all the sensors on my kitchen table. Initially, the outside temperature/humidity sensor did not link to the base station. The trouble-shooting instruction said to replace the batteries - I did and the sensor linked immediately.
2. Sensor Installation - Very easy. I particularly like the alternate location of the temp/hum sensor - this allows it to be placed in a shady location so it will show air temperature without solar heating. The temp/hum sensor is on a post of a north-facing porch (on the house where it would pick up some heat) and the other sensors are in the open at the end of 100' dock.
3. Base Station Battery Back-up - I thought this was only a nice touch, but it allows me to move the base station without losing my settings.
4. Base Station Location- I have been able to move the base station to several location inside the house with no loss of sensor signals.
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43 of 47 people found the following review helpful By Jay Citizen on August 25, 2009
A little careful pre-planing and reading these reviews can help avoid many of the disasters that probably happen with something so economical but so sophisticated. I picked the WMR200 because it seemed the more modern of all the brands out there that was present early Aug 2009. I has a really cool touch screen display,and back-lighting/lit buttons, and I also liked the fact that it came with a consolidated mast design.

I figured that by going with the best dealer, it could head off some of the problems other viewers had, and I think I was right. Ambient Weather has chat service, and even 800 phone support: this seems to be a new thing as I couldn't find it before, but their 800 phone support menu has changed.

For someone who has computer and gizmo interest this was a piece of cake to set up; just a few hangups. The rain gauge came in inop. It is a good idea to set everything up on the kitchen table so everything is definitely in range of each other to confirm interoperability. Even the rain gauge reported the water test we performed accurately, but later became totally inoperative. The base station wouldn't even count it as a device on the console. We sent it in for RMA, and another is coming. I checked to make sure replacement parts would be available, but the folks over there panicked at first and said it would be months to get them from the factory. However this was in error.

I like the setup so well I order a whole other older station just so the signals wouldn't get crossed and so I could get a rain gauge with solar charging.

The newer one went together real well, but don't waste time with any of the mounting schemes except the EZ-30-12 pole mount. That one worked very well despite the salesman's trepidation.
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