Weather Stations Wireless Home Weather Stations

XC0366 DIGITECH Wireless Weather Station with Outdoor Sensor

NZ $84.90 Incl GST
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XC0366

Wireless Home Weather Stations

Description

This stylish unit features moon phases for the Australian/NZ region. It does not have wind speed/direction but has everything else. It has an external temperature/humidity, barometric sensor, (which really should be on an outside window sill so that you can easily access it for battery change).  It has fantastic time logging:
  • Clock, clock alarm/snooze
  • Calendar, including Day announcement
  • Barometer trend log
  • Weather forecast icons: Sunny, Partly Cloudy, Cloudy, Rainy, etc
  • Moon phase display (with tide indication)
  • Sunrise/sunset time display
  • Temperature/humidity display
  • Temperature alert alarm
  • All-in-all excellent value for money
  • Transmitter frequency 433MHz
XC0366 - User manual.

Specifications
  • Relative Humidity : true
  • Measures in Celcius : true
  • Outdoor / Exterior Scale : -20.000000°C, 70.0°C
  • Celcius Accuracy : 1.0%
  • Width : 220.0mm
  • Height : 141.0mm
  • Depth : 36.0mm
  • Battery used for : Transmitter
  • Size / Shape : AAA
  • Battery quantity : 2.0pc
  • Batteries can be replaced : true
  • Weather Station Style : Weather Station
  • Calender : true
  • Sensor Battery 2AA Alkaline
  • Dimension for : Sensor 100.0mm x 55.0mm x 22.0mm

 

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