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Wireless Digital Weather Thermometer

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  • Provides fast and accurate temperature readings
  • LCD screen displays current temperature with high/low information
  • Sleek display stands upright for tabletops or can be wall mounted
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Product Details

The AcuRite Digital Indoor/Outdoor Thermometer features accurate, reliable temperature readings. The bold, easy to read LCD screen displays the current temperature with high/low information. The sleek, stylish display stands upright for tabletop use or is wall-mountable. The outdoor sensor features powerful wireless technology, a weather-resistant design and an integrated hanger for easy mounting. 1-year limited warranty. It's more than accurate, it's AcuRite.

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Specifications

Dimensions

Display height (in.)5.5 inDisplay width (in.)2.5 in
Receiver depth (in.)1.8Receiver height (in.)5.5
Receiver width (in.)2.5Sensor depth (in.).9
Sensor height (in.)4.8Sensor width (in.)1.6

Details

Batteries IncludedNoForecast abilityNo
Indoor/outdoor temperatureIndoor/OutdoorMaximum number of sensors1
Outdoor Living Product TypeWeather Center with SensorReceiver battery typeAA
Receiver mount typeWallReturnable90-Day
Sensor battery typeAAThemeNone
Total number of batteries required4Transmission range (ft.)165
Trend linesYes

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty1 year
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Questions & Answers

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Q:Can 2 be used in the same house
by|Nov 18, 2022
2 Answers
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A:  I can't answer that. You should check with the manufacturer.

by|Nov 22, 2022

    A:  Since both units are compatible with the same model of sensor, you may see one or both displays connecting to the incorrect sensor. I recommend performing the following hard reset with each unit but making sure to do this with the second unit as far away as possible from the first to make sure that they connect to the correct display. Please follow the steps carefully as the order is crucial to the success of the reset. Hard Reset: 1. Bring both the sensor and display unit together and power down by removing all batteries from each and/or removing the power cord. 2. Reinstall the batteries in the outdoor sensor. 3. Once the batteries are inserted you should see the red LED light blink approx. every 18 seconds on the front of the sensor. The red LED light should NOT stay on continuously. 4. Reinstall batteries and/or power cord into the display unit. 5. Let the units sit within a couple of feet of each other for approximately 5 minutes or until you see a solid sensor signal. Once each unit is connected to the correct sensor, they should remain connected unless one of the sensor’s batteries die. Then the display that it was connected to may search for and connect to the 2nd sensor. If you are still having trouble keeping the units connected to the correct sensors, I recommend purchasing a unit that allows for ABC channel differentiation. For further assistance, please reach out to our support team via live chat or email request on the AcuRite Support website. Have an amazing day! Haylee AcuRite Support Team

    by|Nov 21, 2022
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      Q:How do ants get into the outside sensor and prevent it from working?
      by|Aug 8, 2022
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      A:  The outdoor sensor requires airflow in order to measure temperature accurately. The vents that allow for airflow can be infiltrated by very small insects which may cause issues. If you have further questions, please reach out to our support team via live chat or email request on the AcuRite Support website. Have a spectacular day! Haylee AcuRite Support Team

      by|Aug 8, 2022
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        Q:how to set time
        by|Jan 30, 2022
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        A:  Hello, To set the time, follow the steps below. Press the “SET” button, located on the back of the display, to enter SET MODE. Once in set mode, the preference you are currently setting will blink on the display. To adjust the currently selected (flashing) item, press and release the “UP” or “DOWN“ buttons (press and HOLD to fast adjust). To save your adjustments, press and release the “SET” button again to adjust the next preference. The preference set order is as follows: CLOCK HOUR CLOCK MINUTE TEMPERATURE UNITS (ºF or ºC) You will automatically exit SET MODE if no buttons are pressed for 30 seconds. Enter SET mode at any time by pressing the “SET” button. If you have any other questions, please feel free to contact us via Live Chat, we are happy to assist you. Have a great day, Rachell AcuRite Support Team

        by|Jan 31, 2022

          A:  Open the back of the unit. Push the set button which is in the middle. Move the up or down arrow to the time it is. I think you push the set button again. Hope this helps.

          by|Jan 31, 2022
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            Q:mine just stopped working I changed the batteries and still doesn't work Its 1 year old
            by|Jan 18, 2022
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            A:  Mine had same experience

            by|Jan 21, 2022

              A:  Is the light on the transmitter on or blinking?   If not, could be a defective transmitter.

              by|Jan 19, 2022

                A:  Hello Sharon, We apologize that your unit has encountered this issue but we would be happy to assist! First, please ensure that you are using standard alkaline batteries from a high-quality brand in both units, then perform the following reset. Please follow the steps carefully as the order is crucial to the success of the reset. Hard Reset: 1. Bring both the sensor and display unit together and power down by removing all batteries from each and/or removing the power cord. 2. Reinstall the batteries in the outdoor sensor. 3. Once the batteries are inserted you should see the red LED light blink approx. every 18 seconds on the front of the sensor. The red LED light should NOT stay on continuously. 4. Reinstall batteries and/or power cord into the display unit. 5. Let the units sit within a couple of feet of each other for approximately 5 minutes or until you see a solid sensor signal. If the issue persists, please reach out to our support team via live chat or email request on the AcuRite Support website. Have a remarkable day! Haylee AcuRite Support Team

                by|Sep 17, 2022
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                  A:  I do not know what the problem is. I have had mine for more then a year and it still works fine.

                  by|Jan 25, 2022
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                    Junk
                    With the sensor and the display in the same room, the sensor is reading up to 20 degrees hotter than the display. I tried changing the batteries and relocating both devices, but I'm getting wildly inaccurate readings as you can see in the images. I will be returning this. I hope Home Depot stops carrying this junk.
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                    Response from AcuRiteJul 18, 2022
                    We apologize that your unit is reading inaccurately but we would be happy to assist! First, please make sure that you are using standard alkaline batteries from a high-quality brand in both units then perform the following reset. Please follow the steps carefully as the order is crucial to the success of the reset.
                    Hard Reset:
                    1. Bring both the sensor and display unit together and remove batteries from the outdoor sensor. Make sure that the Wireless Reception Indicator on the display drops to zero bars to ensure that your display was connected to the correct sensor.
                    NOTE: If your display unit continues to show a strong connection, there is another sensor in your area that your display is connecting to (either a neighbor's or from another of your AcuRite units).
                    2. Remove the batteries and/or power adapter from the display unit.
                    3. Reinstall the batteries in the outdoor sensor.
                    4. Once the batteries are inserted you should see the red LED light blink approx. every 18 seconds on the front of the sensor. The red LED light should NOT stay on continuously.
                    5. Reinstall batteries and/or power cord into the display unit.
                    6. Let the units sit within a couple of feet of each other for approximately 5 minutes or until you see a solid sensor signal.
                    For further assistance, please reach out to our support team via live chat or email request on the AcuRite Support website.

                    Have a fantastic day!
                    Haylee
                    AcuRite Support Team AcuRite
                      Broke in a week or it became 151 degrees. Last...
                      Broke in a week or it became 151 degrees. Last one lasted a year and then registered 151 degrees. Will be returning new one this week
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                      Response from AcuRiteApr 13, 2022
                      We apologize that your unit has encountered this issue but we would be happy to assist! First, please make sure that you are using standard alkaline batteries from a high-quality brand in both units then perform the following reset. Please follow the steps carefully as the order is crucial to the success of the reset.
                      Hard Reset:
                      1. Bring both the sensor and display unit together and remove batteries from the outdoor sensor. Make sure that the Wireless Reception Indicator on the display drops to zero bars to ensure that your display was connected to the correct sensor.
                      NOTE: If your display unit continues to show a strong connection, there is another sensor in your area that your display is connecting to (either a neighbor's or from another of your AcuRite units).
                      2. Remove the batteries and/or power adapter from the display unit.
                      3. Reinstall the batteries in the outdoor sensor.
                      4. Once the batteries are inserted you should see the red LED light blink approx. every 18 seconds on the front of the sensor. The red LED light should NOT stay on continuously.
                      5. Reinstall batteries and/or power cord into the display unit.
                      6. Let the units sit within a couple of feet of each other for approximately 5 minutes or until you see a solid sensor signal.
                      For further assistance, please reach out to our support team via live chat or email request on the AcuRite Support website.

                      Have an incredible day!
                      Haylee
                      AcuRite Support Team AcuRite
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                      Don't Buy!!
                      There isn't a light on this thermostat so you can't read it. You have to pick it up or take it off the wall & move it around to see it. Major joke! What is the sense??
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                        HIGHY RECOMMEND - EXCELLENT !!!
                        I recently adopted a 9-year-old, out-door only domestic cat from neighbors who moved into coyote territory. I believe strongly that cats should be kept indoors, but this little guy isn't litter-box compliant, so this is the only option for him. I need to make sure he is warm enough during the bitter winters in Washington state. I just built him a heated cat house that sits on my deck and placed the outdoor sensor inside. The indoor temperature reading is spot-on with the thermostat/thermometer for my furnace, so I assume the outdoor readings are also accurate. And, it was easy to set up. For those who complain about the display being difficult to read, I did not find this to be the case (and I am in my 60s). Although not backlit, the display is actually larger and brighter than the display of thermostat/thermometer for my furnace. Useful tips: You will need 2 AA batteries and 2 AAA batteries. The time is set by pressing the buttons beneath the battery cover. Both the indoor component and the outdoor component take time to equilibrate with the corresponding ambient temperature of the final location. Don't expect an immediate, exact temperature reading - especially if there is a large temperature variation between the location where you set up the unit and the final location. The outdoor sensor was in my home (72 degrees) for a few hours before I set the unit and placed it in the cat house and it took about 25 minutes to reach a steady-state temperature. I am SUPER PLEASED! This is the best purchase I have made in a long time, and it was inexpensive! HIGHLY RECOMMEND!
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                          It is very accurate
                          It is very accurate
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                          Nice indoor/outdoor thermometer. Awesome low high function for outdoor temps. Small size for inc...
                          Nice indoor/outdoor thermometer. Awesome low high function for outdoor temps. Small size for inconspicuous placement
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                          My need for this was unique in that I wasn't looking to measure the outdoor temp, but rather keep...
                          My need for this was unique in that I wasn't looking to measure the outdoor temp, but rather keep an eye on the temp in my neighbor's house while they're snowbirding in Florida for the winter. So my biggest concern was weather the range would be sufficient (needed about 50ft and advertises that in can do about 160ft) and whether it could penetrate two walls. After about two weeks of use, it's been flawless and set up was very easy. It appears to refresh the temp reading every 30 seconds which is more than enough. We'll see if the batteries last for the 3 months that my neighbors will be gone, but so far it's been great.
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                          Total Joke
                          I had the Radio Shack version of this that lasted nearly 20 years. It finally gave up the ghost. The sensor lived outside for 2 decades in rain, snow, sleet and dark of night. This one is a great metaphor for today... (see image)
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                            Outdoor temperature reads 1 to 2 deg F too high. Have only had this thermometer for a couple days...
                            Outdoor temperature reads 1 to 2 deg F too high. Have only had this thermometer for a couple days. Compared this Acurite indoor/outdoor thermometer to three others. The other three and the indoor temperature of this Acurite thermometer all track within +/- 0.5 deg F at 48, 50 deg and 68 deg, but the outdoor temperature of this Acurite thermometer reads 1 to 2 degrees too high. Since it only displays to the nearest degree, half a degree could be rounding error. The range is good. The transmitter is mounted under the eaves on the North facing side of the house on the first floor. The display is in a 2nd floor room on the South side probably 30 feet away through several walls and a floor. Adding a tenths digit and making it accurate to within +/- 0.5 degree would get it 5 stars from me.
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                              Very small angle where the lcd display is readable. You have to pick up the display unit and move...
                              Very small angle where the lcd display is readable. You have to pick up the display unit and move it around to read it. Remote sensor works great and temps seem corrrect
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