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AcuRite

Model 00619HD

Internet #202260980

Store SKU #577568

Digital Humidity and Temperature Comfort Monitor

$9.98 /each
  • Easy to read LCD screen
  • Compact and portable
  • 1-year limited warranty

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Ensuring proper indoor humidity has important skin, allergen and other health benefits by inhibiting the growth of mold, bacteria, viruses, fungi, mites and other asthma inducing agents. The AcuRite Digital Humidity and Temperature Monitor allow you to check comfort conditions at a glance with this indoor humidity gauge and thermometer combination. The bold, easy to read LCD screen displays current humidity and temperature, daily high / low readings, and a comfort level icon to easily convey a low, high or ideal humidity level. Compact and portable, the monitor comes with a magnetic backing to stick on the fridge or stands upright for tabletop use. It's more than accurate, it's AcuRite.

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What kind of battery does it use? How many?

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February 22, 2016
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One AA-type alkaline battery. Don't use standard heavy-duty battery. It will last over a year.
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July 25, 2015
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I've had this for a number of years now and I don't recall ever changing the battery to this point. It is kept in my basement which can get cold in the winter and warm in the summer, so the temperature can fluctuate with the seasons. Battery life seems to be very efficient.
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June 19, 2015
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It uses one AA battery. That is all you need. The back cover pops off very easy.
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It takes a single AA 1.5v battery.
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can i place this on the outside open patio

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August 13, 2016
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Hello Ed,
This humidity monitor is meant for indoors. The ranges for the product are below:
Indoor Temperature Range: 32º to 122º F, 0º C to 50º C
Indoor Humidity Range: 16% to 98% RH
We would not recommend putting this outside, as the elements are going to affect the readings. Thank you.
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What is the accuracy =/- degrees and RH %?

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August 9, 2016
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Hi freezer,
The accuracy standard is +/- 2°F and +/-5%. You can read more about our accuracy standards through the following link. https://www.acurite.com/learn/accuracy
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March 11, 2016
I want to determine the relative humidity in the house to see if the 3 ton AC could be oversized for our home. We're looking into replacing it, and suspect that a 2.5 ton will do just as good a job of keeping enough moisture out (or in) the home.

So my question is what is the best place in the house to take daily readings to get an average RH?
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Hi JJ,
We would recommend you place the humidity monitor in a location away from moisture such as the kitchen sink and bathroom. You will also want to make sure that it is not located next to any heat source or in direct sunlight. Doing this will ensure that you are getting an accurate reading.
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