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|Manufacturer||La Crosse Technology Ltd|
|Manufacturer Part Number||WS-9077TWC-IT-CBP|
|Manufacturer Website Address||http://www.lacrossetechnology.com|
|Brand Name||La Crosse Technology|
|Product Line||Weather Channel|
|Product Name||Weather Channel WS-9077TWC-IT Wireless Forecaster|
Treat your inner weather enthusiast with The Weather Channel Wireless Weather Forecast Station. Boasting remarkable functionality, this unique station can receive up to three different sensors. It monitors indoor and outdoor temperatures, and features a perpetual calendar and three weather forecasting icons with air pressure tendency arrow. The forecast is based in part on changing air pressure. This station records minimum and maximum temperatures with time and date stamps for your convenience. The temperature range goes from -39.8 to 139.8 degrees Fahrenheit. Choose between 12- and 24-hour time display options. This weather forecast station has atomic time and date with manual setting, and it automatically updates for Daylight Savings time. The receiver and sensor each requires a pair of AA batteries.
About La Crosse Technology Founded in 1985, La Crosse Technology was the first company to introduce atomic timepieces to the consumer market. This multinational company sticks to its original small-town philosophy of providing customers with the highest level of service. Among their available products are radio-controlled timepieces, wireless weather stations, and other measuring devices. All La Crosse weather instruments, clocks, and watches are calibrated daily to the atomic time standard of the NIST.
|Product Type||Weather Forecaster|
|Operating Distance||330 ft|
|Batteries||2 x AA Alkaline|
|Form Factor||Wall Mountable|
|ProductTitle||La Crosse Technology Weather Channel WS-9077TWC-IT Wireless Forecaster - 330 ft - Wall Mountable|
|Limited Warranty||1 Year|
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This product was added to our catalog on Tuesday, December 11, 2012.