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La Crosse WS-9080U-IT
The La Crosse WS-9080U-IT
displays both indoor and outdoor temperatures in
°F or °C.
The outdoor temperature is transmitted to the main unit via the included
TX29U remote sensor/transmitter. The WS-9080U-IT records minimum and
maximum indoor and outdoor temperatures to memory as well as the time of
their occurrence. The station features an integral radio-controlled
atomic clock and can actually receive temperature data from up to three
remote transmitters (one included).
Outdoor Temperature (°F or °C)
Indoor Temperature (°F or °C)
Records for Temperature with
Time & Date Set Automatically
Automatically Adjusts for
Daylight Saving Time
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Receive Up to 3 Sensors
Outdoor Temperature Range:
-39.8°F to 157.8°F (-39.9°C to
32°F to 139.8°F (0°C to 59.9°C)
Transmission Range: Up to 330
Receiver: 2 “AAA” Alkalines
Sensor: 2 "AA" Alkaline
Receiver: 5.35" x 3.74 " x .74 "
Sensor: 5.05 " x 1.5" x .83"
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This product has "atomic" clock functionality. 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 in the batteries,
they will most likely not set themselves until the middle of the night. That's
normal. By morning, weather permitting, it should be correct. Under less than
ideal conditions, it could take a few days. Daylight savings time changes may
not be made the first night if location and weather are not favorable.
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inventory control system prevents us from taking an order for something we don't have on the shelf.