Question about La Crosse Measuring Tools & Sensors
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I'm having the same problem and can't find an answer. Seems this also happened with another model we had - planned obsolescence? It was working fine, flashing due to low battery. Now, nothing from outside. Annoying.
Posted on Oct 18, 2010
SOURCE: Need to know exact frequencies
When on channel one,hook up an oscilloscope to the channel output circuit on the output terminals.First read channel 1,then channel 2,then channel 3.You can leave the oscilloscope hooked up the whole time.Start on the highest available scale,then work your way down scale by scale until it is accurately readable.Then you will need to find the input to the counting circuit,most likely from a thermistor.You will need to reconfigure the counting circuit to send a signal from what the thermistor is reading for the temperature to 600Hz instead of what the current counting circuit is set at.You can achieve that by connecting the oscilloscope to the output side of the IC for the counting circuit with one lead on the output,one lead on the input,and determine what it is set at currently,then redesign it to pulse at 600Hz input which is 10 second intervals.Greg
Posted on Oct 30, 2010
The manual for the thermometer is available on the LaCrosse site: http://www.lacrossetechnology.com/7034twcit/index.php . The direct link is http://www.lacrossetechnology.com/7034twcit/manual.pdf .
Put the batteries in the remote(s) first. (If you need to reset the units, pull the batteries from the indoor temperature sensor and the remotes for 10 minutes before restarting.) With the remotes and indoor sensor 3 to 5 feet apart, put the batteries in the indoor temperature sensor. Then wait 10 minutes before pressing any buttons. Once you have confirmed communication between the units, then move the remotes to their final location (not more than 330 feet away minus 30 feet for external walls or windows and 20 feet for each internal wall between the units.)
I hope this helps.
Posted on Jul 08, 2011
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