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AcuRite

Model 00899A1

Internet #202260982

Digital Rain Gauge with Wireless Self-Emptying Rain Collector

$23.14 /each

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Weather the day with confidence with your own accurate and up-to-date information right from your own backyard. The AcuRite Digital Rain Gauge with Self-Emptying Wireless Rain Collector features precise, reliable rainfall measurements. The bold, easy to read LCD screen displays daily rainfall and records rainfall history, including a rainfall event, 1 day or 7 days of measurements. Includes rain and flood watch alarms, alerting you when rainfall begins and when conditions are right for possible flooding. The outdoor sensor features a self-emptying mechanism and transmits rain data wirelessly. Includes a clock and calendar. Display stands upright for tabletop use or is wall-mountable. One-year limited warranty. It's more than accurate, it's AcuRite.

  • Automatic self-emptying rain collection cup
  • Wireless technology transmits data through walls & long distances
  • Enhanced 433 MHz signal with a signal strength indicator for use at great distances
  • 1-day or 7-day event mode with 2 users programmable totals for each mode to monitor rainfall history
  • Rainfall alarm measures rain in increments of 1/2 in. for flood watch alerts
  • Durable, weather resistant construction
  • Low battery indicator for reliability
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How and where are you able to mount this for best accuracy?

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August 25, 2015
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I mounted it on a very small platform on top of a 1 1/4" diameter steel conduit about 4 1/2 feet above a shrubbery bed and 2' of conduit in the ground. Keep in mind, if you're using it with the Acurite Internet Bridge, both units need to be fairly close together. If you're only using the display unit that cones with it, distance between the two, is not an issue at all.
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August 18, 2015
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I mounted the outside unit on a fence not under a tree and made certain to have the top above the top of the fence. Inside I put the receiver on a table in the family room.
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August 11, 2015
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We have our collector sitting on a short stone (landscaping wall block) wall. I was hoping they sold some sort of accessory for stick mounting, but I may have to make something up. I have the collector sandwiched between 2 bricks to keep it from falling over with our Kansas winds. It has some delicate workings inside the unit that I'm afraid might be damaged in a fall.
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McKinney, TX
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June 16, 2015
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Ten feet away from your house and on a small table at least two feet above the ground.
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May 19, 2015
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On deck railing.
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Does this unit record the begin and end time of the precipitation event?

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August 25, 2015
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No only the date & time of the rain event. If the unit is used with the Acurite Internet Bridge and the Acurite app, some very good graphical data is available to the user via a smartphone or an iPad. I wish Home Depot would begin selling the Acurite Internet Bridge. Their seems to be a lot of interest in this technology from online reading.
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August 11, 2015
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I've only had a few minutes to play with the unit. From what I understand, it will measure rainfall for a period of up to eight hours. If it rains for more than eight hours, it will continue with that recording (if it rains for 12 hours it will keep that as one measurement/recording....and you should probably consider building a boat). If it rains for, say 3 hours, it will time out to the eight hour mark Read More
I've only had a few minutes to play with the unit. From what I understand, it will measure rainfall for a period of up to eight hours. If it rains for more than eight hours, it will continue with that recording (if it rains for 12 hours it will keep that as one measurement/recording....and you should probably consider building a boat). If it rains for, say 3 hours, it will time out to the eight hour mark and then start recording with a new set of inputs Read Less
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May 19, 2015
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No. After 6 hours of no activity, it will reset and you can view in History.
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Yes...it is in a different section of the reporting...and I never used this function because it rained almost every day where I lived anyway. So I was just interested in the amount of rain received each day. But if you need to inspect the duration of each event, YOU CAN (provided it is less than a week)...no, Noah, it won't measure for 40 days!
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May 5, 2015
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Yes, this product can record rainfall events.
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Are the alarms always on or can they be shut off?

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they can be shut off
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They can be turned off.
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Yes. Alarms can be disabled.
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August 27, 2015
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The default is alarms off. So if you require them, they will have to be turned on. My major concern with this rain gauge is the way it EATS BATTERIES❗️In roughly 2 months I'm seeing a half battery icon on the display. I'm also seeing it on the Acurite app on my iPhone & iPad. In addition, the system sends an automated email warning that the rain gauge sending unit needs to have the batteries replaced. Read More
The default is alarms off. So if you require them, they will have to be turned on. My major concern with this rain gauge is the way it EATS BATTERIES❗️In roughly 2 months I'm seeing a half battery icon on the display. I'm also seeing it on the Acurite app on my iPhone & iPad. In addition, the system sends an automated email warning that the rain gauge sending unit needs to have the batteries replaced. Currently I'm using the red Duracell Quantum batteries that are supposed to be the longest lasting battery available. I'm afraid this may be a design problem. I plan to call Acurite customer support and discuss the problem with them. Other than that flaw, I'm very happy with the product. Read Less
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Does the unit show indoor and outdoor temperatures?

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No. It only desplays information relative to rainfall.
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No, this is purely a rain gauge. It doesn't display any other data besides rainfall.
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No.
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