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La Crosse Technology WS-9077U-IT Wireless Forecast Station

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  • Digital weather forecast station with remote wireless outdoor sensor
  • Displays weather icons, indoor/ outdoor temp, time, and date
  • Records daily high and low temperatures; receives data from over 300 feet away
  • Includes 1 remote sensor; can work with additional sensors purchased separately
  • Self-setting atomic clock with 12- or 24-hour time display and calendar
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Product Description

WS-9077TWC-IT Wireless Forecast Station. This forecast station features an air pressure tendency arrow, inside and outside temperature,records MIN/MAX temperature, Atomic time and date and can receive up to three sensors. Includes 1 TX29U-IT sensor with transmission range of 330 feet (unobstructed) and Can receive up to 3 remote sensors.

Product Information

Product Dimensions 1.2 x 3.2 x 5.8 inches
Item Weight 9.6 ounces
Shipping Weight 9.6 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
Manufacturer The Weather Channel
ASIN B000RNBCXO
Item model number WS-9077TWC-IT-CBP
Batteries 4 AA batteries required.
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4.1 out of 5 stars 111 customer reviews

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By John Thomas TOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on September 10, 2009
This weather station is about as elementary as it gets. Its easy to set up, easy to read, and despite what the other reviewer here said about it being inaccurate, I have found it to be profoundly accurate when compared to two other more expensive stations I have. I believe accuracy in any of these stations depends mostly on the position of the sensor. Its harder than one thinks to find a fairly sheltered area that is out of the wind and direct sunlight. Try different places if yours seems consistently inaccurate. As far as this unit as it compares to others, most of these weather stations I have found are all about the price. Spend more money and you get more cool icons and numbers to look at. This unit has an atomic clock, (nice to have one clock in the house that is precisely accurate all the time), date, indoor and outdoor temperature, and a forecast icon which is really nothing more than a monitor of the barometric pressure. If it is heading up the icon will forecast fair weather. If its heading down it will display clouds. Despite this simple gaging technique, it is usually very accurate in most cases. And you also have the option of setting the sensitivity of the forecast icon. That is, to make it react more quickly to minor fluctuations in the barometric pressure, thus seeing the forecast icon change more often. (There was a time when all weather forecasting was pretty much done by just watching the barometer. I suggest keeping the sensitivity set to "medium", for setting it higher had mine changing far too often, and too soon). La Crosse units are one of the oldest and most reliable that there are going. My station has been running flawlessly since I installed it, and after 6 months the batteries in both the station and sensor still test out strong.Read more ›
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I ordered this weather station. I got it up and running with it's remote sensor. Not a big deal. The temps on the base station and the receiver that came with the unit were very close...and it was easy to PROGRAM. Here's the RUB...the Amazon Site has an ERROR. If you want a REMOTE SENSOR TO WORK WITH THIS ONE...do NOT TRUST AMAZON. You need to TX29U-IT Sensor. LaCrosse says that this is the NUMBER ONE COMPLAINT with this unit...that Amazon has them LINKED.

I am trying to get Amazon to return the incorrect sensor and replace it with the correct one. I doubt that will be a problem. However, for folks in the future to AVOID THIS HASSLE...you need to do some homework.

Go to the LaCrosse Technology Website and do a SEARCH for the base or weather station that you want. When you find it, you will find in the SPECS the correct Remote Sensor.

Hope this helps someoneelse avoid my issues and the hassle.
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I rated it as a 3 weather station and not 5 because I bought this station for one reason. It's range. I read the description before I bought it and knew that walls would knock down its range. My hopes were too high. I was hoping it would penetrate 4 walls at about 125 feet distance (It has a stated range of 300 feet minus obstructions). That turned out to be to many obstructions for it. So I used it in another location. I also purchased the Weather Channel model W5-9625TWC-IT. It has Indoor/Outdoor temperature and humidty displayed all the time and has many other features also. I recommend it for features over this one.

Update 07/14/2010:
We have been using this weather station for 13 months and it has not failed.

Update 08/18/2011:
We are still using both weather stations and both are still working fine.
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Don't buy this product. I researched all of the weather stations on Amazon and bought this one because people seemed to like it. I bought 1 extra extension so we could have 2 outside. I read everyone's advice about how to set them up properly and followed the directions. At first, they seemed to work, both extensions were showing up on the weather station and it seemed fine. Within 1 days, the weather station lost 1 of the extensions and by day 2 the whole thing froze. The time, weather, everything just froze. So we had to start all over again - take down all of the extensions, reset, reconfigure, batteries in and out and sure enough it all worked again... for about 1 day. After it froze the second time and just wouldn't work, back to Amazon it went. Keep looking, there must be a better option out there!
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Amazon recommends that we purchase the TX6U wireless temperature sensor with this weather station. Don't! I did and it won't work. According to LaCross Tech support: The TX-6 will not work with the WS-9077-IT
TX-6 is a 433mhz sensor. The WS-9077-IT is a 915mhz weather station. This will not work.
Your Weather station comes standard with a TX-29-IT sensor, you would want to get another TX-29-IT sensor if you are going to use multiple sensors. You can not cross 433mhz units and 915mhz units.
I had thought that when I returned this incorrect sensor with the note from LaCrosse that Amazon would change their recommendation but they haven't. Thanks Amazon for having a generous return policy but shame on you for recommending the wrong sensor.
No problems with the weather station otherwise.
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