|Does the display have
a back light?
- Yes. It will shine
continuously when using AC power, or come on when a button is
pressed if using batteries for power.
|What is the range of
the sensors when operating wirelessly?
- The maximum range
is 24.5 meters.
- Please keep in mind
that obstacles between the display and temperature/humidity
sensor will decrease the effective reception range.
|Can you extend the length
of the cables?
- Yes, but we do not
recommend that the cables be extended more than 10 additional
|How long do the batteries
- The batteries will
last approximately one year.
- For optimum performance
please be sure to use quality alkaline batteries.
- When operating the
system completely wired while using batteries, the battery life
will be decreased due to an increased transmission rate.
|What part of the weather
center set must be wired?
- The wind and rain
sensors must be hard wired to the temperature/humidity sensor.
|Do you have to wire
the temperature/humidity sensor to the display?
- No, the temperature/humidity
sensor will transmit all of the sensor information wirelessly
via a 433 MHz signal.
|How often does the temperature/humidity
sensor transmit when operating wirelessly?
- Every 32 to 128
seconds depending on wind speed.
- If wind speed is
>36 km/h the transmission time is 32 seconds.
- If wind speed is
<36 km/h the transmission time is 128 seconds.
|Can I calibrate the
Barometric Pressure for my altitude?
- Yes. Press the “Set”
key 10 times, the barometric pressure will flash.
- Press and release
the “+” or “-“ key to adjust the pressure
to the pressure of your local weather station.
|Reception then no reception
- loss of transmission signal from the sensor to the base station
- Press and hold the
PLUS (+) key for 2 seconds to synchronize the base station to
the sensors for weather data reception. If still no signal,
then change the sensor batteries and synchronize the units again.