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- Digital thermometer with wireless remote and clock
- Remote sensor transmits from up to 330 feet; records daily high and low temperatures
- Receives weather data from up to 3 sensors (other remotes sold separately)
- Temperatures displayed in either Fahrenheit or Celsius; 12/24-hour time display
- Display/receiver measures 5.86 by 3.3 inches inches; remote sensor: 5 by 1.5 inches.Display: 3.31" L x 0.89" W x 5.87" H,Sensor: 1.50" L x 0.83" W x 5.00" H
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Wireless weather at your fingertips
- Receiver: 3.30"L x 0.89"W x 5.86"H
- Sensor: 1.50"L x 0.83"W x 5.05"H
- LCD: 2"W x 3.85"H
La Crosse Technology WS-9160U-IT Wireless Thermometer
with Large Digital display
Extra Large Digits for Great Viewing! One of our Top Rated models makes this one of the Best Sellers! Wireless temperature transmits from weather resistant outdoor sensor, within 330 ft range and updates every 4 seconds depending on obstructions. 12 or 24 Hour manual setting time and will receive up to 3 outdoor sensors. Records MIN/MAX temperature values.
- Wireless Outdoor temperature from transmitting outside sensor
- Monitors indoor temperature (F/C)
- Manual set time (12/24hr mode)
- Min/Max records
Large digital display
1 inch outdoor temperature digits
- (View Minimum or Maximum temperature recorded values by pressing Min/Max button)
- (View other sensors (sold separately) using CH button)
- Battery operation makes it portable!
Wireless outdoor temperature
330 ft. transmission range (open air, no obstructions) Some glass, foliage, metal or concrete structures will reduce its range.
Will receive up to 2 additional sensors (TX29U-IT models, sold separately).
Recommend proper location for outdoor sensor on a North facing wall, under an overhang for protection from direct precipitation. Transmitting sensor is weather-resistant, but not waterproof. Mounting the sensor in vertical position is best for draining any moisture from its casing.
Set 12/24Hr Format, Hour, Minutes:
- Hold 'Set' button to enter time mode
- Press + button to adjust values
- Press 'Set' button to confirm
- Out Temp Range: -39.8 F to +139.8 F (-39.9 C to 59.9 C)
- In Temp Range: 14.2 F to 139.8 F (-9.9 C to 59.9 C)
- Receiver requires 2 AAA Alkaline Batteries (not included)
- Sensor requires 2 AA Alkaline Batteries (not included)
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Batteries need to be changed at least once and maybe twice a year. I have found that if I change the batteries twice a year the display stays bright enough to read from across the room.
One piece of advice on batteries with this unit-
Some battery brands, including Panasonic and Sunbeam, seem to be just a small fraction shorter than others, and don't make a good connection in the transmitter. Energizer and Duracell fit tight and work well in both the transmitter and the base unit, as do the Walgreens brand.
to set up - but you absolutely must follow the directions exactly.
Range is excellent - but just make sure that some large object such
as a metal shed or a large oak tree is not in line-of-sight between
any of the transmitters and the receiver.
I am using 3 of these temp sensors with the 915 MHz receiver. One
sensor came with the receiver, and I just purchased two more, since the
receiver can display up to three different temperatures from three
sensors. However be advised that if you carry one or more of these
sensors out of range and the receiver loses track of it, you absolutely
must take the batteries out of all three sensors and out of the
receiver and re-initialize all of them. This is not a difficult step,
since I did it several times while playing around with the sensors to
see how much range they had - which resulted in the receiver losing
track of one of them.
When you first see the instruction booklet that comes with the receiver,
it looks daunting, but not to worry, since only a tiny part of it is in
English, with all the rest in other languages. Once all the temp sensors are
initialized, then it takes only a few seconds to set the clock.
I read in other reviews that some buyers had problems getting their
receiver to respond to some sensors, but that is because the buyers failed
to properly re-initialize their units. Also be advised that if you buy
a display unit that receives transmissions at 915 MHz, then you absolutely
must buy sensors that also transmit at 915 MHz. Several of the sensors
that are sold by Amazon look alike, but not all of them use 915 MHz, so
carefully read the tech specs to make sure that both the transmitter and
the receiver operate at 915 MHz.
Long story short, after 6 months of perfect functioning, a "low battery" symbol appeared on the screen. So, I changed each set of batteries in the sensor, & display-screen itself. MIND YOU: I'm an instruction reader to the MAX. So, I had saved the directions, and re-read how to properly reset it etc... After, changing the batteries, and waiting the alotted time, the screen immediately picked up the outdoor temperature from the sensor, and everything APPEARED to by fine. Then, after about 2 hrs, I came back home to see that there "dashes" where the outdoor temp is normally displayed. I again followed the directions to a "T" multiple times, and kept getting the same result. ---Will work properly for an hr or 2, only to lose the outdoor temp again, and "dashes" appear. Not sure if my unit just has a glitch, or if other people have had the same issue. But, I'm bummed that this happened, becuase I liked the look, the size, and virtually everything about this. I would give La Crosse the benefit of the doubt & exchange this for another one, but I'm passed my "Return Date". SOOOO, It's unfortunate that a great start had a bad endeing.