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Product description

AcuRite's high-precision 5-in-1 weather sensor accurately measures five different outdoor conditions, including temperature, humidity, wind speed, wind direction and rain, giving you easy-to-understand, comprehensive data about the elements right outside your door. The sensor wirelessly transmits its readings at up to 36 second intervals over distances up to 330 feet. The 5-in-1 sensor is easy to setup, includes mounting hardware, and features a 2 year battery life for maintenance-free operation. Stay informed of the changing conditions surrounding your home environment with AcuRite's 5-in-1 weather sensor. Works with AcuRite models: 00502, 502RX, 00511SB, 01010W, 1010RX, 01015, 1015RX, 01022M, 01025, 1025RX, 01035, 1035RX, 01036, 01036P, 1036RX, 01042M, 01050C, 01055, 01092DIA1, 1055RX, 01500, 1500RX, 01502, 1502RX, 01506, 01512, 01514, 01515, 01517, 01524, 1524RX, 01525, 1525RX, 01528, 01533, 01536C, 01536CDI, 01602BPDI, 01602BPDIA2, 1602RX, 02032, 02064, 02080, 06006RM, 06007RM, 06007M, 06016RM, 06017RM, 06022RM, 06022M, 06025M, 06046M, 06056M, 06058M, 09150M. It's more than accurate, it's AcuRite.


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