Virtually nothing influences our lives more than the weather. If you have the right weather station, you can monitor the elements to inform your daily routine and your hobbies.
Please remove the batteries from the transmitter and receiver. Place both devices directly next to one another. Then insert the batteries first into the transmitter and then immediately into the receiver.
The radio signal cannot penetrate reinforced concrete for any length of time. There should be visual contact between the transmitter and receiver. Ideally, it should be mounted outdoors, close to the window of the room in which the receiver is located.
We often hear from customers that the outdoor sensor does not work in winter. This is not, however, because the outdoor sensor is defective, but because of the batteries used. These can lose power or even burst at extreme temperatures. We therefore recommend that you bring the outdoor sensor indoors in winter and use a mechanical weather station instead during the coldest months.
Unfortunately, all digital devices have a measurement accuracy of +/-2 degrees. There can therefore be a deviation of up to 4 degrees between two thermometers. However, this deviation is linear, so once it has been determined with the help of a calibrated thermometer, this same deviation can always be assumed. It is not possible to otherwise adjust the devices.
Most outdoor sensors (with the exception of rain sensors) are not waterproof! Rainwater is the most common cause of damage. We recommend hanging the outdoor sensor in a sheltered location. Alternatively, it can be packed in a freezer bag to protect it from the rain.
No, we would not recommend this.
Yes under: weather stations with Max-Min function. Statistics fans will find the models with a PC connection particularly interesting.
Most weather stations offer the option to display information from multiple external transmitters. You’ll find more information about this in the instructions. Additional transmitters currently in stock can be found here.
There is no extra mounting panel available. The transmitter is simply attached using the screw holes in the back.
The LCD weather stations are not normally self-illuminating, but a back-light can be activated at the touch of a button.
We provide a returns service for all equipment purchased from us for 2 years following the date of purchase. All we need from you is your order number and the date of purchase. More information can be found under "Returns and complaints".
In all other cases, please contact the manufacturer directly. You will find the address in the product manual.
The hygrometer must be calibrated, which is done as follows: please wrap the device in a damp (not dripping wet) cloth and wait for about 10 minutes. On the back of the device there is an adjustment aid. In most cases, this is a small slotted screw that must be turned.
Before you start the calibration process, be sure you have a suitable screwdriver to hand. After 10 minutes, remove the cloth and immediately set the hygrometer pointer to 100% relative humidity. This completes the process and your weather station should now function correctly.
You can usually calibrate the barometer. For more information, see the instructions manual. You can obtain the current atmospheric pressure values for your location on the internet. For example, from the GFS: http://www.wetterzentrale.de/topkarten/tkavneur.html
Most radio clocks only synchronise once a day. Therefore please wait 24 hours. If the time is still displayed incorrectly, there are two possible causes:
In this case, please replace the batteries and place the weather station close to a window for 24 hours. Please note the first point in the FAQ when replacing the battery.