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Wireless Indoor/Outdoor Thermometer
The Taylor 1434
Wireless Indoor/Outdoor Thermometer is a compact digital
thermometer that simultaneously displays indoor and outdoor temperatures,
indoor humidity, plus atomic time and calendar information.
The outdoor temperature is transmitted to the 1434 from the included
1437 remote sensor, and the 1434 can actually work with up to three remotes
(additional remotes are optional and sold separately). This thermometer
has minimum/maximum memory for indoor and all outdoor temperatures as
well as an integral digital atomic radio-controlled clock with calendar
and snooze. You can use the 1434 as a free-standing unit, or you can detach its table
stand and hang it on a wall.
The Taylor 1434 is gray with
chrome buttons. Its
styling is simple, modern, and handsome. On
the top section of the LCD panel, the 1434 displays the remote/outdoor
temperature from 1 to 3 locations up to 100 feet
(30 meters) away. In the middle section, the 1434 displays the
indoor temperature and indoor humidity. In the bottom section are displayed hour,
minutes, seconds, month, date, and weekday.
At only 3 inches wide by
8 inches tall by 3/4 of an inch deep, the 1434 fits comfortably
almost anywhere, including crowded desks and small nightstands.
The clock's LCD panel
is about 1-1/2 inches wide by 2-1/3 inches high. The outdoor temperature
display in the top section is just over 1/2 of an inch tall. The indoor
temperature, indoor humidity, hour and minutes in the middle section are
about 1/2 of an inch tall while the seconds are 1/4 of an inch tall. °C or °F, seconds, and calendar information are
The 1434 monitors and
displays the indoor temperature plus the outdoor temperature in up to
three locations by means of the included remote sensor and one or two
additional remote sensors, which are are optional and sold separately. The remote sensors can transmit up to
100 feet (30 meters) in an open area with no interference. On both the main unit and
the remote sensors, temperatures can be displayed in either °F or °C,
as selected during setup. The main unit displays a temperature trend
arrow (rising, steady, or falling) for each outdoor/remote channel
The included wireless
remote temperature sensor is silver in color. The remote snaps into a
bracket that can be mounted on a wall. As mentioned above, the 1434 can
operate with up to three remotes. The optional remote for the 1434 is the
Taylor 1437. Integral random security
code technology is another feature of this wireless thermometer. The
main unit learns the random code of the remote sensor and logs it in as
Channel 1. Channels 2 and 3 register in the same way if additional
sensors are purchased and used.
precision digital atomic clock in the 1434 can display time in
12-hour or 24-hour
1434 requires two AA (1.5V) alkaline batteries, and the included remote
requires two AAA (1.5V) alkaline batteries. Now that AAA lithium
batteries are available, you may want to try them in the remote instead
of alkaline if the remote will be used in continuous sub-freezing
temperatures. If used outdoors, the 1437
should be mounted in a sheltered location out of direct sunlight and
where direct precipitation cannot fall on it. Although this remote is
splash-resistant, it is not waterproof.
you need a compact wireless thermometer with multiple remote capability, an integral
atomic clock, calendar, and snooze, and some other nice features. the Taylor 1434
is a fine choice. Small
in size but big in functionality, the 1434 Wireless Thermometer is
perfect for home or office use. It comes with a 1-year factory warranty.
digital atomic clock
and outdoor/remote temperatures and indoor humidity are displayed
- Main unit can display temperatures in °F or °C.
temperature measuring range is +32°F to +122°F (-5°C to
temperature measuring range is -4°F to +140°F (-20°C to
resolution is 0.1°F/C.
trend arrow is displayed along with temperature.
remote temperature sensor is included, and main unit works
with up to three (additional sensors are optional and sold
frequency of remote sensors is 433.92 MHz.
- Maximum transmission
range for remote sensors is 100 feet (30 meters) in open area with no
temperature memory in main unit records minimum and maximum
indoor and outdoor temperatures for display at any time.
is displayed as hour, minutes, and seconds.
format is user-selectable for 12-hour or 24-hour, with PM displayed in 12-hour mode.
and date are displayed digitally. Weekday is a two-letter
English, German, French, Italian, or Spanish.
has an available snooze function.
unit requires AA
(1.5V) alkaline batteries, and remote requires two AAA
(1.5V) alkaline batteries. You may want to use lithium AAA
batteries in the remote instead of alkaline under continuous
- Main unit:
3 inches wide
8 inches tall
3/4 of an inch deep
- Remote sensor:
2-1/2 inches wide
3-3/4 inches high
1 inch deep
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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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