Honeywell TE532ELW Long Range Weather Forecaster with Humidity and Atomic Clock
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- Displays the temperature and humidity at up to 4 locations, and provides 12- to 24-hour weather forecast with graphical icons
- Shows time in 12 or 24 hour format, and automatically updates via radio signal to the US atomic clock
- Features dual crescendo alarms with snooze function, and programmable ice warning and high/low temperature alarms
- System comes with one remote sensor with an operating range of 328 feet and -38 to 158 degrees F
- Main display and remote sensor run on 2 AA batteries each, and are backed by a 1-year warranty
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The new Double Tool design gives the Honeywell TE532ELW an elegant "piano like" glossy finish perfect for todays decors. The Enhanced Blue Back lit displays your local weather forecast for the upcoming 12 to 24 hours with the Graphical Weather Forecasting icons (cloudy, rainy, sunny, etc.) at the top of the display screen. See the indoor and outdoor temperature and humidity at a glance in either Celsius or Fahrenheit. The outdoor temperature and humidity are transmitted from a small sensor (TSC35C), included, that can be located up to 328 feet from the main unit. The Honewell TE532ELW supports up to 3 remote sensors and with an auto scan feature to display the temeperature at each sensor automaticly. Users will also delight in the unit's wide outdoor temperature range--which varies from -38 to 158 degrees F when powered by lithium batteries to -4 to 158 degrees F on alkaline batteries Get the most accurate time from the Atomic Clock accurate to within one second of official U.S. government time and features dual alarm with snooze. A built in ice warning can be set to wake you early because of freezing temperatures. The display unit, which mounts on the wall or sits on the desktop, requires two AA batteries (not included), as does each remote sensor. The system is also backed by a one-year warranty.
With a new double-tool design, the Honeywell TE532ELW Long Range Weather Forecaster with Humidity and Atomic Clock boasts an elegant glossy finish that is perfect for modern decors. The Honeywell TE532ELW is the quickest, most accurate, and most convenient way of keeping track of the weather in and around your home or office.
The TE532ELW allows you to monitor the temperature and humidity in up to three remote locations at the same time, while simultaneously providing you with the most accurate timekeeping available. This system comes with a compact main display unit and a single, water-resistant Honeywell TS35C remote temperature and humidity sensor that can be used both indoors and out. And with an effective transmission range of up to 328 feet, you can install the remote sensor virtually anywhere in or near the house. If you need to know the temperature in multiple locations, you can purchase up to two more TS35C remote sensors and use them all with the same main display unit. The main unit even includes a remote channel auto-scan function so you don't have to cycle through multiple sensors manually. And not only does this system display the temperature and humidity, but provides you with a 12- to 24-hour weather forecast with easy-to-interpret graphical icons, such as clouds, rain, sunshine and more.
The TE532ELW utilizes easy-to-read digits on a bright, blue backlit LCD display that allows you to read its information at a glance day or night. The screen displays the current temperatures at both the main display, and the remote sensor location in either Celsius or Fahrenheit depending upon your selection. As an added convenience, this system contains a programmable ice warning alarm that lets you know when a frost is predicted so you can take precautions, as well as a programmable high and low temperature alarm, and comfort level indicators. Users will also delight in this system's wide outdoor temperature and humidity range, which can range from -38 to 158 degrees F and 30- to 80-percent humidity when powered by lithium batteries, making it suitable for virtually any application. And for those who like to keep track of the highs and lows, the TE532ELW has a memory that stores minimum and maximum temperature and humidity for both the main display and remote sensor locations.
More than just a personal weather station, the TE532ELW includes a built-in clock that can display the current time in 12- or 24-hour format. And this clock really will display the current time, since it receives radio signals from the U.S. Atomic Clock in Fort Collins, Colorado. Not only does this consistently adjust the clock to within one second of official U.S. government, but automatically adjusts the time for Daylight Savings Time as well. What's more, this clock comes with dual alarms that feature a crescendo tone and a snooze function, as well as a calendar with month and day readings in English, Spanish, French, German or Italian. As convenient as it is accurate, the display unit can be mounted on the wall so you always know right where to look, or sit on your desktop and go wherever you do. Both the main display and the remote sensor each run on two AA batteries (not included), and are backed by a manufacturer's one-year warranty.
What's in the Box
Honeywell TE532ELW long-range weather forecaster and clock, 1 x Honeywell TS35C remote sensor, user's guide and warranty information.
Warranty does not cover misuse of product.
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Initial setup takes some study, because each press control does 2 or 3 different things. If signal from outside is lost, press and hold the Down button for several seconds to search fresh. It polls about every 15 min. otherwise.
When it gets harder to read and loses signal a lot, change the main set batteries. There's no other warning than that. If it doesn't pick up the time at daylight savings, I put it in the car when I go to work. When I get home it's got it. Perhaps it's having less 'roof' between itself and the signal, or getting a clear shot to the satellite at some point.
It defaults to west coast time zone, if the minutes are right but the hour isn't, the time zone needs to be modified. Put the manual in a drawer for reference, one will never remember the key combos from use to use. I wrote some common things on a post-it and affixed it to the back.
The barometer feature is kind of useless. I'd prefer a number readout rather than have it guess based on barometer reading whether it's raining, partly cloudy, etc. It's wrong a lot of the time, since there is never really a perfect relationship between air pressure and weather, only a statistical one (i.e. at this reading it rains 70% of the time). I like it because I had a sliver of wall about 8" wide to hang something, and I get clock, indoor-outdoor weather and month-day.
All such remotes have distance limits. Many others say 100 feet, this one says 300ft. All get attenuated significantly, when passing through various thicknesses of walls, etc. For me, this one works where other brands did not, e.g. from inside a underground irrigation control box.
Note that the same one alarm range for remote temperature applies to each remote thermometer. And the base reporting unit can monitor up to three remote thermometer sensors. If you want more than one remote, to get it, it may be worth buying more than one set of base+remote. I did not find just an extra remote alone at a lower price. This has the fringe benefit that then all sensors broadcast to all base stations. All my units were calibrated equally, so having only one alarm range works fine.
It also has a weather "forecast" feature over the next 12 hours, but this is not driven by barometric readings, nor by weather radio, but is only an estimate based on temperature and humidity. Supposedly correct 78% of the time, and in any case fun to watch the icons for sun and rain.
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