WS-7014CH-IT Wireless Wireless Forecast Station

WS-7014CH-IT Wireless Wireless Forecast Station


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Product Summary:

WS-7014CH-IT  Wireless Forecast Station
La Crosse Technology -- Simply the Best

Accurate Outdoor Temperatures Displayed in the Comfort of Your home.  Never go outside again to see what the weather is like. This wireless digital digital forecast station is capable of collecting and electronically transmitting weather data directly into the comfort of your home.  

The station's weather-forecasting feature senses barometric pressure over time and adjusts the indicator icons to provide accurate forecasts based on pressure trends. 

  • Detailed Forecast based on changing air pressure
  • Indoor humidity (%RH)
  • Forecast is 85% accurate for Next 12-20 hours
  • Indoor & Outdoor Temp.'s displayed in F or C
  • Air pressure tendency arrow
  • Includes One TX29U-IT  remote temperature sensor
  • Expand up to THREE outdoor temperature transmitters
  • FREE removable & versatile stand
  • Suitable for desktop or wall mounting
  • 12 or 24 Time display -- Manuel Set Time
  • Minimum/maximum temp. memory 
  • Radio-controlled time and date
  • Top Quality from Lacrosse Technology
Indoor Temp. Range 32 F to 140 F
Remote Temp. Range -39.8 F to +156.2 F
Transmission Frequency 915 HMz
Transmission Range Up to 330 feet open air

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About Lacrosse Technology

Founded in 1985, we are a multinational company with a small-town philosophy of servicing our customers to the highest level. Our consumer electronics products include radio-controlled clocks and watches, wireless weather stations, power monitors, and other measuring devices. We introduced radio-controlled clocks to the US market in 1991 and continue to be on the cutting edge of this technology in America.


Our weather instruments, clocks and watches are calibrated daily to the atomic time standard of the National Institute of Standards and Technology.

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