AcuRite Pro Weather Station with 5-in-1 Sensor, HD Display and My Remote Monitoring
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|Power Source||Indoor- Ac, Outdoors- Batteries|
|Included Components||HD Display, Outdoor Sensor, Display Stand, Batteries included|
|Are Batteries Included||No|
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- Pro weather station features a high-precision 5-in-1 wireless weather sensor that accurately measures the temperature, humidity, wind speed, wind direction and rain
- High-definition display allows you to toggle between outdoor weather, indoor comfort and daily records dashboards
- View your sensors on any iPhone, Android smartphone, computer or tablet with the complimentary My AcuRite App
- Create email and phone alerts to notify you when conditions change or your presets are reached
- Display features built-in temperature, humidity and pressure gauges, for sensing environmental conditions at the display's location (e.g. living room, bedroom, kitchen, office)
- Rain accumulation data includes rainfall rate and readings for today, week, month, and year
- Review up to 1 year of daily and monthly high and low records
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The AcuRite PRO+ 5-in-1 Weather Station with High Definition Display and My AcuRite Remote Monitoring includes a smartHUB, a high-definition color weather station display for 5-in-1 sensor data, and a PRO+ 5-in-1 weather sensor. Complimentary My AcuRite app lets you monitor your sensor data remotely. Measures temperature, humidity, rainfall, wind speed, wind direction, and barometric pressure. Conveniently view conditions on the color display, or remotely on a smartphone, tablet, or computer using the My AcuRite platform. My AcuRite also offers alerts, historical records, trend charts, and Rapid Fire updates to Weather Underground. It's more than accurate, it's AcuRite.
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I will eventually, employ a trusted younger friend to make the climb and go through the dismount and re-mount process for me, but that opportunity has not yet availed itself to me.
TMI? Probably, but that's why the 3-star instead of a 5-star rating! If you are young and not an old retired guy like me, and can easily run up and down a ladder, you shouldn't have any problems with this unit. Thanks for listening to my rant! ;-)
Easy setup and everything is working right out of the box. Just follow the easy instructions and in the correct order (FIRST, put batteries in the 5-in-1, THEN plug in the display. The 5-in-1 instructions say to pick a setting on the switches in the battery compartment and match that setting to other AcuRite devices. There is no need to with this particular display, but you may need to with the optional lightning sensor, which I don't have. Like most wireless devices, this changes the frequency of the transmitter should you be getting interference from other sources. So if you plan to mount the unit far away, you should probably check the signal strength shown on the display in the upper left hand corner, to see if another setting gives you a better signal.
The display looks very nice and is easy to read. There is no built-in battery backup so if you have to unplug it or lose power, you lose your weather history (but not the setup settings, so it may or may not be a big deal to you). So find a permanent place to plug it in. Mine is plugged into a ups battery backup that I have for all my electronics, (TV, computer, modem, router, etc. Sometimes during a power outage my internet is still working so I shutdown my computer and use my ipad to get back online through my Wifi. The ups will power my modem and router for at least an hour, and in the case of a storm, I'd like my weather station to still be operational (the SmartHUB is also on the ups).
Setting up with Weather Underground is free and easy. After you open an account they will assign you a station name and password. You'll need these to use MyAcuRite when you register with them to see your online 'dashboard.'
All in all it seems to be a good system and at a good price. Serious 'weathermen' will obviously want one of those thousand dollar stations, but for the average person this one will do just fine.