Taylor 91505-1 Wireless Weather Station - 100 ft - Wall Mountable, Desktop

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This thing works!

by Bruce R. on 4/11/2010

Perhaps some of the negative reviews that I saw earlier (now removed) were from folks who didn't understand some of the really neat features of this gadget. The product description doesn't do it justice. The only reason I gave it less than a perfect score is after some brilliant design work, some yo-yo gave it a tinted plastic front which makes it difficult to read at times. Now, you do have to experiment a little as the manual supplied wasn't really clear. So, here is how to check it out: This assumes that it is raining out, which complicates the issue. Turns out it is quite accurate (compared to my old "passive" gauge). First verify that it is working properly. If not, it may be necessary to remove the sensor housing and make sure the rain bucket moves freely. With the sensor next to the display, you should see both in and out temps (see manual). Now advance the mode until it shows current rainfall. This reading can be reset by the Clear button. This is the only thing the clear button does, all the history readings remain in memory until you remove the batteries. Now pour a measured 20cc of water into the sensor funnel. Slowly, as the bucket should only trip about every 10 sec to get an accurate reading (you'll hear it click). Each bucket holds 4cc and 5 bucket trips will measure indicate .1" rain. Strangely, starting from 0, the first 5 only measure about .08". No big deal. Now you can place the sensor outside and verify the signal is good by doing the rain test again. Assuming it rains where you are, the rest is very clever. As the days pass, a day's rainfall moves to the left for each day. After that you can push the History button to see totals by the week or month. Hey! You could put the sensor under your sprinkler to verify how much water your grass gets every day. Very clever gadget. BR

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Product Overview

SVL1085: Wireless indoor and RF outdoor thermometer, base station, single channel, 433 MHz wireless, 1200" transmission range, Celsius / Fahrenheit selectable, auto scroll for readings, minimum / maximum temperature tracking, programmable, audible temperature alert with icon, temperature trend indicator, 12/24 hour clock, calendar, decline principal rain measurement technology, RF rain measurement transmission icon, records and displays hourly, daily, weekly, monthly rainfall history with automatic daily reset, rain alert icon, not audible, low battery indicator, waterproof outdoor rain collector with oversized collection area, wide base minimizes collector tip over, self emptying rain collector. Features: -Springfield wireless rain gauge and thermometer. -Includes 2 stainless steel screws and 2 plastic spikes for deck or ground mounting. -2 AA batteries, not included. -Base station dimensions: 5" H x 3.63" W x 1" D. -LCD display dimensions: 2.32" H x 2.25" W.

Specifications

Manufacturer Springfield
Mfg Part# 91505-1
SKU 205714495
UPC 071589038715
UPC 14 00071589038715
Physical
Weight 0.95
Features
Batteries 4 x AA
Product Type Weather Station
Manufacturer Part Number 91505-1
Manufacturer Taylor Precision Products, Inc
Product Model 91505-1
Product Name 91505-1 Wireless Weather Station
Brand Name Taylor
Package Contents 91505-1 Wireless Weather Station2 x Stainless Steel Screws2 x Spikes
Weight (Approximate) 1 lb
Form Factor Wall Mountable / Desktop
Operating Distance 100 ft
Product Features Rain Gauge / Thermometer
Readings Temperature / Rainfall
Limited Warranty 1 Year
Temperature Range 32°F (0°C) to 122°F (50°C) Indoor / -4°F (-20°C) to 140°F (60°C) Outdoor
Rainfall Range 99.98"
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