For those who lead a digitally connected life, our wireless weather station with atomic alarm clock is a perfect gadget to wake up to. The color display shows time, indoor and outdoor temperature, heat index, and dew pointand an integrated USB port keeps your smartphone charged and ready to start each day. After 3-4 weeks of gathering barometric pressure readings, the unit “learns” to report accurate 12-hour forecasts based on barometric trends. The forecast icons make it easy for young kids to use, too, so they can help get themselves ready for the day.
In the U.S., the accuracy and speed that your clock and watch will receive signal updates depends on your proximity to the U.S. atomic clock in Fort Collins, CO. This means that the majority of personal atomic clocks and watches will synchronize only within the continental United States, and may not synchronize correctly in Hawaii or Alaska or on continents other than North America. Personal atomic clocks and watches work only in some areas of Canada and Mexico.
Another limitation of personal atomic clocks and watches is that they may not receive the NIST (National Institute of Standards and Technology) signal within large buildings containing steel construction. Moving clocks and watches closer to windows in these types of buildings will usually resolve the synchronization problem.
Includes AC adapter. Five AAA batteries, not included. Approximately 6"W x 6"L x 2 1/4"D.
Attention: Do not mix old and new batteries. Don't mix Alkaline, Standard, Lithium or Rechargeable Batteries. In order to wirelessly connect the weather station to the outdoor sensor, place 2 AA batteries into the sensor, then press the small white button located on the upper left-side of the battery compartment until the
red light appears. When the red light stays lit, the sensor is connected.
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