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- ItemWireless Weather Station
- Temp. Range (F)Indoor 32 to 140 Degrees , Outdoor -40 to 150 Degrees
- Relative Humidity RangeIndoor 10 to 90%, Outdoor 0 to 100%
- Wind Velocity2 to 180 mph
- Rain Fall0 to 99.99" and 0 to 9999 mm
- Temp. Range (C)Indoor 0 to 60 Degrees , Outdoor -40 to 65 Degrees
- Dew PointYes
- Wind DirectionYes
- Wind ChillYes
- Heat IndexYes
- Barometric Pressure26 to 32 InHg (880 to 1080 mbar)
- DisplayTransflective LCD with Backlight
- Power SourceOutside Sensors Solar Powered with Backup Battery, Console Powered by (3) C Batteries (not included) or AC Power
- IncludesIntegrated Sensor Suite (Contains a Rain Collector, Temp Sensor, Humidity Sensor and Anemometer), Display Console and Instructions
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