Oregon Scientific THGR122NX Wireless Temperature and Humidity Sensor
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- Digital display shows temperature and humidity
- Sensors can be placed up to 100 feet from main display unit
- 3 channel display
- We Suggest using Lithium AAA batteries for very cold conditions
- Compatible with over 50 OSI units. Please check for compatibility
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THGR122NX sensors collect both temperature and humidity readings and also feature an on-board LCD screen. Features: Digital display shows temperature and humidity, sensors can be placed up to 100 feet from main display unit, 3 channel display, suggest Lithium AAA for very cold conditions, 2 AAA alkaline batteries required, not included.
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My only gripe is the NX model is Fahrenheit only. I wish I had known that prior to purchasing. I definitely prefer the metric system, but apparently I'm the only american that does.. I read that just "N" models are Celsius, this :THGR122NX/BLRWLS Thermo-Hydro Sensor might be one, they just have it mislabled (google search title shows it's just the N model, so I don't know). I wish they had put a switch on the back of the unit, to choose between C or F on external display.
Additional notes are : There are 3 channels available to select on this, and it polls every 40 seconds, and 2x AAA batteries that last at least 6 months (how long I've had mine in).
I placed between the outside screen and the window of my bathroom which faces the North. I don't think it's really supposed to be in the rain or elements directly but the north side of my house doesn't really get any direct rain.
Remember not to put it directly in the sun or you will not get Ange accurate temperature reading.
This one sensor is sending the same signal to 3 different devices in my house.
This is an update to my original review.
Ive had it a few months now and, again, it's not registering the correct humidity as it did when it was new.
Update: Two of these died after recent rains. I had them tucked under the eaves, however there is no gasket around the battery door to keep water out. They lasted outside in the weather just short of 4 years. I will likely replace them, even with their faults.
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Even handled 120 degrees in attic, without failing.