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Multizone Thermometer/Barometer, 14-158F
- Item # 3NZL6
- Mfr. Model # 1528
- UNSPSC # 41112210
- Catalog Page # 739
- Shipping Weight 1.34 lbs.
- Item Wireless Multizone Thermometer/Barometer
- Features Reads up to 3 Remote Sensors, Low Battery Indicator, Atomic Clock with Alarm and Snooze, Calendar, Barometric Pressure, Weather Forecast, Comfort Level, and Moon Phase
- Temp. Range (F) Indoor 14 to 158 Degrees , Outdoor -40 to 158 Degrees
- Relative Humidity Range 20% to 99%
- Display Multiline Digital LCD
- Display Digit Size 0.6"
- Temp. Range (C) Indoor -10 to 70 Degrees , Outdoor -40 to 70 Degrees
- Temp. Accuracy +/-2 Degrees F
- Temp. Resolution 0.1 Degrees
- Humidity Accuracy +/-1%
- Humidity Resolution 1%
- Power Source Battery
- Receiver to Transmitter Distance 100 ft.
- Includes Remote Sensor and Instructions
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