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AcuRite Wireless Indoor Outdoor Temperature and Humidity Sensor (06002M) , white
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|Are Batteries Included||No|
|Item Dimensions LxWxH||4.8 x 0.9 x 1.6 inches|
|Power Source||Battery Powered|
|Number of Batteries||2 AA batteries required.|
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- Remote sensor reaches up to 330 feet (100 meters) using 433 MHz wireless signal and transmit data every 16 seconds
- Connects with compatible AcuRite weather stations through the AcuRite Access (sold separately)
- Requires 2 AA alkaline or lithium batteries (not included)
- Company Based in Lake Geneva, WI, USA - Since 1943
- Only compatible with AcuRite Access and certain weather stations. See below for a list of model numbers
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AcuRite Wireless Temperature and Humidity Sensor
When connected to a compatible AcuRite display or My AcuRite, this wireless sensor provides you with the outdoor temperature and humidity measurements, so you'll be in the know before you even step outside.
Compatibility - Works with AcuRite models:
00592, 00754, 00806, 00828, 00829, 01033, 01039, 01052, 01053, 01060, 01086, 01088, 01089, 01090, 01094, 01096, 01097, 01098, 01099, 01121, 01608, 13041, 13042, 13044, 02003, 02005, 02007, 02008, 02016, 02022, 02027, 02030, 02031, 02035, 02036, 02037, 02038, 02039, 02040, 02041, 02041, 02048, 02050, 02051, 02059, 02072, 02074, 02077, 02081, 02086, 02087, 02092, 02098, 02099, 03001, 06024, 06036, 06042, 08575, 08580, 13020, 13022, 13035, 13026, 13230, 75075, 75077, 75107, 75108, 09155, 01201M
- *For assistance determining compatibility, contact AcuRite consumer support.
AcuRite Wireless Temperature and Humidity Sensor
Connects to compatible AcuRite weather products
The AcuRite Wireless Temperature and Humidity Sensor can be paired with a variety of compatible indoor digital weather stations (sold separately) to view current conditions at a glance. It can also be used with the AcuRite Access (sold separately), allowing you to monitor your sensor information from anywhere in the world using your smartphone, computer, or tablet.
The sensor features a compact size, weather-resistant design, and integrated mounting options.
- Replacement sensor for compatible AcuRite weather products
- Sensor model: 592TXR / 06002
- Totally wireless and easy to install
- Durable, weather-resistant construction
AcuRite Access connects your weather sensors to the cloud. View your data, set customizable alerts, and publish data to Weather Underground, all remotely from the My AcuRite app - available on iOS and Android devices. Compatible with Amazon Alexa and Google Assistant!
Headquartered in Lake Geneva, Wisconsin, our company has been the leading manufacturer of weather products and devices since 1943. AcuRite is known for its ease of use, reliable quality, and precision accuracy. As a customer, feel confident knowing you're covered with U.S.-based pre- and post-purchase support.
The Temperature and Humidity Sensor can be paired with a variety of compatible indoor digital weather stations (sold separately) to view current conditions at-a-glance, or it can be used with the AcuRite Access (sold separately), allowing you to monitor your sensor information from anywhere in the world using your smartphone, computer or tablet. The integrated hole allows you to easily mount your sensor outside or with a nail, which you can easily hang your sensor anywhere..
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By TN Nick on February 27, 2018
By Joe on March 6, 2019
Don't buy! Just donate your base station and buy a new set.
For me the place I work lost a lot of food when a circuit breaker tripped on our ice cream freezers, I now have a 7 sensor system to cover coolers and freezers. Do I really care if the temp is off one or two degrees, not really. I only care to know that the temperature is rising. One alert set for 18F and another at 26F. The 18F is early warning and the 28F says get your but over and see what is happening.
Bottom line for personal use do you really need to know if the outside temp is 95 vs 97? If you have a mission critical use for these devices you should probably be spending close to or over $1000 for a system if your business needs to be that precise. Even mechanical wire thermometers side by side can read different. This even includes Taylor food thermometers. For perfect accuracy get something that works with mercury.
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I also bought an Acurite Smart Hub and it worked to view the data.
Acurite retired the Smat Hub for a newer one that costs three times as much and offered a $40 rebate.
What a joke.