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Oregon Scientific WMR86
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$259.00 $229.00 Save $30.00 incl GST
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Oregon Scientific WMR86

Oregon Scientific Home Weather Station - wind, temperature, humidity, rain and barometric pressure all included!
Description:

The perfect addition to your home, this wireless weather station provides you all the weather data you need at a reasonable price.

The main unit has a large LCD display (7x10cm) that includes a backlight button that illuminates the display for 5 seconds when pressed.

At a glance, you'll see the

  • Clock and Calendar
  • Indoor/Outdoor Temperature
  • Indoor/Outdoor Humidity
  • Wind Speed and Direction
  • Rainfall
  • 12-24hr Weather Forecast
  • 100m sensor range
  • Moon Phase
Specifications
  • 12-24 hours weather forecast: sunny, partly cloudy, cloudy, rainy, snowy. Based on a 30-50km radius of the main unit location.
  • Indoor temperature and humidity
  • Outdoor temperature and humidity with support for up to 3 sensors (one sensor included)
  • Displays wind speed, direction and wind chill
  • Barometric reading with bar graph
  • User selectable altitude and display in mb/hPa or mmhg
  • Rainfall reading with bar graph
  • Backlight feature for easy viewing
  • Low battery warning icon
  • Moon phase*
  • Dimension (Main unit): W.94 x H.180 x D.47 (mm)
Power Requirements
  • WMR86 Weather Station Console - 3x AA batteries (included)
  • Wind Sensor - 2 x AA batteries (included)
  • Temperature and Humidity Sensor - 2 x AAA batteries (included)
  • Rain Bucket - 2 x AA batteries (included)

*The Moon Phase function of Oregon Scientific Weather Stations uses visual icons to indicate the current moon phase. The moon phase indicated is correct for both hemispheres, however, the visual representation is based on how the applicable phase would appear in the Northern Hemisphere. In the Southern Hemisphere the moon will appear as a mirror image to that represented on the weather station. What this means is that even though the name of the current moon phase is correct, what you will see in the sky in Southern Hemisphere is a mirror image to the icon representation displayed on the weather station. Refer to the Oregon Scientic website for visual representation. http://au.oregonscientific.com/service/faq.asp?t=1&cid=3

PLEASE NOTE: The radio controlled clock feature is not applicable to Australia and New Zealand, which only means that the clock will need to be set manually. This does not affect other functions of the weather station.

 

 

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