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La Crosse Technology WS-7014CH-IT Wireless Forecast Station
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- Wirelessly Monitors Indoor/outdoor Temperature
- Displays Relative Humidity, Weather Tendency & Barometric Tendency
- 3 Weather-forecasting Icons\
- Refer the User manual for troubleshooting steps.
- Wireless weather station reads indoor temperature, humidity, and remote temperature
- Radio-controlled time and date reads info from U.S. atomic clock
- Included remote sensor reads temperature from up to 330 feet away (depending on obstructions)
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La Crosse Technology WS-7014CH-IT Indoor & Outdoor Digital Thermometer w/ Indoor Humidity, Forecaster, Atomic Clock
Convenient and table size, La Crosse Technology’s wireless forecast station gives you weather at a glance. Features self-setting Atomic time and automatic updates so you don’t need to reset your clock for Daylight saving time. Displays both Indoor & Outdoor temperature (F/C) and Indoor Humidity (%RH) and weather forecast icons with tendency arrows. Wireless temperature sensor transmits within seconds giving you fast, accurate information.
Self-setting Atomic Time
Define your preferenced time zone setting (–12 GMT to +12 GMT) and WWVB radio signal will automatically set the time and date for you. No worries when it comes to daylight saving time as well, as the clock will adjust for you twice a year.
Weather icons show what the future forecast will be in your location, from rainy to sunny. The forecast sensitivity can be adjusted to allow for areas that have a higher or lower sensitivity to changing air pressure. The weather forecast is based solely upon the change of air pressure over time; creating a necessity to disregard all weather forecasting for about 48-60 hours after the unit has been set-up, reset, or moved from one altitude to another (i. e. from one floor of a building to another floor).
Minimum & Maximum temperature values
Display how your weather has been fluctuating with recorded hi & lo values with time/date stamp. Also records indoor humidity.
Monitor multiple sensors
Display features up to 3 channels, so adding additional sensors is not a problem. Monitor a storage room, basement, or greenhouse temperatures at the same time. Toggle between channels and view those highs or lows with a date/time stamp since the last reset.
Fast, Accurate transmission
Up to 330 ft signal range, the wireless transmitting sensor is also weather resistant to outdoor environments. Some metals and glass can decrease range of distance.
- Weather Forecasting Function with 3 Weather Icons and Weather Tendency Indicator
- Wireless OUT Temp (F/C)
- Monitors IN Temp (F/C) & Humidity (%RH)
- MIN/MAX Value of Temp with Time & Date of Recording
- MIN/MAX Value of Humidity
- Barometric Tendency Arrow
- Atomic Time and Date (Manual Setting)
- Automatically Updates for Daylight Saving Time (on/off option)
- Can Receive Up to 3 Sensors
- IN Humidity Range: 1% to 99%
- OUT Temp Range: -39.8 F to +159.8 F (-39.8 C to 71 C)
- IN Temp Range: 14.2 F to 159.8 F (-9.9 C to 71 C)
- Power Requirements:
- Receiver: 2 AA Alkaline Batteries (Not Included)
- Sensor: 2 AA Alkaline Batteries (Not Included)
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I did not receive any discounts for this review. It is of my own experience and paid for by myself.
It works well and is accurate. I live in Az. so very much like the humidity reading. I am not sure why, I guess because there is so little of it here, I like to have a reminder that there is some. I gave it four stars instead of five only because I have yet to figure out how to set the time zone. It is not intuitive. Adding to the problem is that Az. does not go on DST. To be fair, I have not read the manual on this and may have lost it by now. I bought this from the Amazon Warehouse at a deep discount. I believe it was a returned item. It arrived well-packaged and in perfect shape.
You will be proud to have this in your home.
++ Decent value for features that compare to higher end models
++ 24 month battery life is very good
++ Base provides a stable stand given the unit's size
++ Wall mounting option (must remove the base)
++ Fairly accurate indoor temperature and humidity
++ Atomic clock syncs data with WWVB signal from Fort Collins, CO
++ Only requires 4 AA batteries (2 in the base, 2 in the sensor)
-- Installation is time-consuming
-- No backlighting makes the screen difficult to read
-- Unit is on the small side
-- Sensor accuracy is hit or miss
-- Appearance is less attractive than other models
-- Forecast icons are misleading
-- Difficult to use multiple sensors (requires you to re-run the setup)
-- You will have to manually set the time and date
-- Syncing with the WWVB signal takes too long
-- Outdoor sensor is made of cheap non-insulated plastic
-- Placement of outdoor sensor is difficult based upon range requirements
-- No setup info is retained when you change batteries
-- No AC adapter option
LOOKS AND BUILD QUALITY
The weather station unit doesn't look great, with the center portion made of drab grey plastic and the accent wings painted to look like faux wood. The small size of the unit is surprising; it's about 1/3 the size of the 8035. But the read-out is only slightly smaller. Given the lower cost, I am willing to accept the less attractive build.
The sensor is the same cheap thin plastic model that seems to be standard for La Crosse. It does not look durable enough to be outdoors. There is no insulation in the battery cover, so if you live in a colder climate expect a shorter life-span.
The unit can be hung from a screw or stood up using the plastic base. The base is definitely sturdy for the unit's size. It is easy removed if you want to hang the unit instead
The TX29UD is the sensor included with this unit. The TX28U and TX21U are both listed as compatible, and transmit on a 915 MHz range. However, the TX6U may or may not work. It's not explicitly listed as compatible. Even though additional sensors are an option, this unit is probably too small for those looking for multi-sensor setups.
The first thing you have to do is to sync your sensor with the base unit. You have to give it time before the readings will be accurate. It takes forever for the atomic clock to sync, so plan on manually setting the time.
Sensor placement is a challenge. You need an area where the unit can be protected from the elements and from being taken.
The advertised range is 330 feet, but each wall cuts the range by half. You also have to factor in the distance from the wall, and the building materials. Most people should plan on having the sensor within 40 feet from the base.
There is no place for a power adapter to plug into the weather station. On the plus side, the battery life is quite good.
FORECASTS AND OTHER DATA
The forecast icons are the same misleading ones as on the 8035. It might be logical to think that a sun means it's going to be sunny out, a cloud means it's going to be cloudy, and a rain cloud means it's going to rain. But on this unit, the *sun* icon means "the weather will improve." The *cloudy sun* means "the weather is expected to stay fair." And the *rainy cloud* means "the weather is going to get worse." I have gotten used to this but it's definitely not intuitive.
This unit is not the most attractive and it's on the small side. But it's worth the trade-off given the better value compared to larger units. Check your sensor readings when you first get the unit, because there are some duds out there. But if you want a desk clock with indoor and outdoor temperature readings, this is a good option.
Top international reviews
Although it is accurate, we will need to find a different one because this one is so small! The numbers are so difficult to read and there is no light feature. It's too bad because I really like the look of this one but it just doesn't measure up.