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Desktop Weather Station
With Forecast, Wireless Indoor Outdoor
Thermo-Hygrometer with Memory, Barometer with History Graph, and Atomic
Clock with Dual Alarms plus Low-Temperature Pre-Alarm and Moon Phase
For years, Honeywell has been the name to
trust for high-quality indoor environmental controls. Now you can have the
same high quality in environmental monitoring. For superior environmental
instrumentation, why not go with Honeywell, the name you know you can
The Honeywell TE653ELW
is silver with
black trim. This weather station is about 3-3/4 inches high by 7/1/4 inches wide.. On the left side of the large LCD panel
are displayed a forecast icon with pressure trend arrow, a 24-hour
pressure history graph, a moon phase icon, and the current
barometric pressure. On the right side are
displayed the outdoor temperature and humidity from up to three
locations, the indoor temperature and humidity, trend arrows for all
temperatures, the indoor comfort level, and the time, month, and date. With the included stand installed, this station can
be placed on a table, shelf, desk, or
similar location. Without the stand, the station can be hung on a
|Honeywell calls the TE653ELW Weather
Forecast Station a "desktop weather station" on the
package, but you can also hang it on a wall if you don't install the
included table stand. This product is more than just a weather forecaster.
It's a wireless indoor outdoor thermometer and hygrometer, a barometer,
and an atomic clock with dual alarms, calendar, and moon phase. The highly
informative six-section LCD panel on the TE653ELW has a soft blue backlight with 5-second auto-off for
In the upper left section of the LCD panel, one of five forecast icons is displayed: Sunny, Partly Cloudy, Cloudy, Light
Rain, or Heavy Rain. The barometric pressure-based forecast is for the next 12
to 24 hours and about 70% accurate. A steady, rising, or falling
pressure trend arrow is displayed along with the forecast. A rising pressure trend arrow
that the weather is expected to improve. A steady trend arrow means that
the weather is not expected to change significantly. A falling
trend arrow tells you that the weather is expected to worsen.
Below the forecast is
displayed a 24-hour pressure history bar graph that indicates pressure in inches of mercury
(inHg) or millibars/hectopascals (mb/hPa). Below the graph is the current
barometric pressure displayed digitally in inHg or mb/hPa. Repeatedly
pressing the HISTORY button calls up digital historic pressure readings
for -1 to -39 hours. The digital historic reading automatically
reverts to the current reading after about 6 or 7 seconds.
For the most accurate
forecasts and pressure history, you can set your altitude in either feet
or meters. After you do this, you can use the PRESSURE/ALTITUDE button on
the back of the station to alternately display local (actual) pressure,
sea-level equivalent pressure (the reading that's broadcast on radio and
tv), and the set altitude. You can select any altitude from -700 to
+1210 meters in
1-meter increments or from -2297 to +3969 feet in increments of 3 feet, 3
feet, and 4 feet in repetitive order. Holding the up or down arrow button
on the back of the station depressed speeds up the selection process. When
you get near your location's altitude, release the button and then press
the button momentarily for 1-meter or 3- or 4-foot changes.
To the right of the
forecast and pressure information are displayed temperatures, time, and
date. At the top are the outdoor temperature (with trend) and outdoor
humidity from up to three locations. Below this are the indoor temperature
(with trend), humidity, and comfort level (WET, COMFORT, or DRY). Below
the indoor data is the time as hour and minutes with either seconds or
weekday, as selected by the MODE button.
The clock in the TE653ELW calibrates itself to the world's most accurate clock every night by receiving WWVB 60kHz radio transmissions. These transmissions contain time information from the U.S. atomic clock source operated by the U.S. Commerce Department near Boulder, Colorado.
Successful reception of the radio time signal is indicated by a
tower and waves icon just above seconds or weekday. After synchronization occurs, you can select your continental U.S. time zone
(Pacific, Mountain, Central or Eastern). The selected zone is displayed
in a U.S. map icon just above the radio reception icon.
The time format is user-selectable for 12-hour with AM or
PM, or 24-hour. Daylight Saving Time changes are
automatic, but if you live in an area that does not observe DST (Arizona
and parts of Indiana), all you need to do to obtain the correct time is
change the time zone.
The TE653ELW has a weekday alarm and a
single day alarm plus a low-temperature pre-alarm feature These are 4-minute
crescendo alarms with available 5-minute snooze.
- The weekday alarm sounds at your set time
on Monday through Friday.
- The single day alarm sounds once on the
set day and time. It can be used to wake your at a different time on any day of the
week without disturbing the weekday alarm setting.
- The cold weather pre-alarm feature
allows you to set the weekday or single day alarm to go off early if the
Channel 1 outdoor temperature
drops below freezing. The pre-alarm feature can be set to trigger the
selected alarm from 15 to 90 minutes early in 15-minute increments.
Month and date are displayed digitally in
that order. The two-letter weekday abbreviation can be displayed as an
alternative to seconds and in your choice of English, Spanish, French,
German, or Italian. For the moon phase, one of eight different icons is
displayed in accordance with the calendar. On
this clock, as the moon waxes, fewer and fewer sections of the icon remain
filled in until no sections are black and an empty circle represents the
full moon. The moon phase history for the last 39 days can be displayed,
and the station has a moon phase scanner for year 2000 to 2099.
temperature displays, you can select either °C or °F. The
stores maximum and
minimum temperature and humidity readings--both indoor and all outdoor--since the last
memory reset. These are available at the push of a button.
One TS33C remote temperature and humidity transmitter is included. Up to three remote transmitters can be used
TE653ELW. Maximum transmission range of these remotes
is 100 feet in open space with no interference. Remotes can be
any combination of the following:
- TS33C. The TS33C remote transmits
temperature and humidity data, and it also has an LCD panel for local
viewing that displays the temperature and humidity readings that it
transmits. For the temperature display, you can select either
°C or °F.
- TS33F. The TS33F remote transmits
temperature and humidity like the TS33C. The temperature is actually
sensed at the end of a waterproof external probe wire. The TS33F can
be used for many applications, including pool, pond, or spa
temperature, refrigerator or freezer temperature, and greenhouse or
- TS23C. The TS23C is functionally the
same as the TS33C except that it has no display of its own.
If you're using more than one remote, you can option
the station to display the temperature and humidity readings from each
remote in sequential order.
Just so you know, the station's temperature, time,
and pressure digits are about 7/16 inch tall (degree tenths and
seconds/weekday are about half that size). Month and date digits are about
For powering, the
TE653ELW main unit and the TS13C remote each require two AA (1.5V)
alkaline batteries. These are not included and must be purchased
To use the
TE653ELW as a free-standing unit, simply install the snap-on (and easily
removable) table stand. Or use the keyhole slot on the station's back
panel to hang it on a wall.
With modern styling that's handsome and
TE653ELW will look good while providing lots of useful weather data plus
absolutely accurate atomic time in homes and offices alike.
and Humidity Measurement
||23.0°F to 122.0°F
||-5.0°C to +50.0°C
WET, and DRY
Temperature and Humidity Measurement
temperature, alkaline batteries installed
||-4.0°F to 158.0°F
||-20.0°C to +70.0°C
temperature, lithium batteries installed
||-38.0°F to 158.0°F
||-38.8°C to +70.0°C
|Maximum number of remotes
||Maximum 100 feet
in open space with no interference
|Temperature sampling interval
|Calendar and Clock
|Time display format
with AM or PM, or 24-hour; hh:mm with seconds or weekday
Mountain, Central, or Eastern time (shown in U.S. map icon)
|Day of the week
for English, Spanish, French, German, or Italian
||Dual alarms with 4-minute crescendo
pattern and available 5-minute snooze. Clock also has pre-alarm
with programmable time intervals for ice alert at
2000 to 2099
|Moon phase history
||Last 39 days
||Two AA batteries (not included, alkaline
||Two AA batteries (not included, alkaline recommended).
Lithium batteries may be used for
extended low-temperature operation.
humidity, hour, minutes, and pressure: 7/16 inch (degree tenths
and seconds/weekday are about 1/4 inch)
Month and date: 3/8"
(H x W x D) without stand
x 7.31" x 1.31"
186 x 33 mm
(H x W x D)
x 2.37" x 1"
||102 x 60 x 25
clock in the
is an "atomic" clock. Atomic (or radio controlled) clocks
receive a radio signal to set themselves. Like any radio receiver,
however, they may not be able to receive the signal if they are in a
building with a lot of steel in the structure, near computers or other
electrical equipment that may generate interference, or if the weather
is unsuitable. The signal they receive does not propagate well during
the day. That's the nature of the signal, not the clock. These clocks
are designed to catch the signal when they can, generally in the middle
of the night, calibrate themselves, and then run quite accurately for
days until they can catch another signal. When you first put batteries
in the clock, it will most likely not set itself until the middle of the
night. That's normal. By morning, weather permitting, it should be
correct. Under less than ideal conditions, signal reception and
calibration can take a few days. Also, Daylight Saving Time changes may
not be made the first night if the location and weather are not
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