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Is the Sensor #TX141TH-Bv2 which works with Weather station model #C85845 totally weatherproof?

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Ray Nardo

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SOURCE: Sharp Weather Station Model SPC344 The outside

After inserting the batteries, DO NOT set the time until the OUTSIDE temperature registers. That's the trick.

Posted on Nov 06, 2011

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Marvin

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SOURCE: Lacrosse weather station model T85647

Either the sensor is defective or the receiver is, toss a coin.

Posted on Jun 30, 2017

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I changed my batteries on my High Sierra weather station and forgot how to sync. Can you help.


Hello, R Goll -

I hope I am correct in thinking you do not have the instructions for your High Sierra weather station.

I have tried to find instructions / a user manual for a High Sierra weather station, but so far, the web sites I have found do not seem totally trustworthy to me . . . meaning, I suspect malware will be downloaded and installed on your computer while downloading the instructions.

Therefore, I suggest you contact High Sierra Electronics Technical Support and ask for instructions for your particular model of weather station.See the information here:
https://www.hsierra.com/support/technical-support/

Best wishes.

Jun 01, 2018 | High Sierra Measuring Tools & Sensors

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I have the Atomic Clock model W86111. I had to change the batteries on the outside device. The clock outside temp just flashes 63.5 all the time. How do I make it sync to the device outside?


Remove all batteries from outdoor sensor and weather station.

Press one of the buttons on the weather station at least 20 times to clear all memory.

Verify that the weather station is blank before proceeding (there may be lines painted on
the screen that will show when power is removed).

Leave both units without power for 15 minutes (very important).

Insert fresh batteries into the clock.

Insert fresh batteries into the outdoor sensor.

Press the TX button on the outdoor sensor to transmit RF signal.

Keep the outdoor sensor 5-10 feet from the forecast station.

When RF connection is established, the temperature will appear on the station. Allow the
outdoor sensor and weather station to sit together for 15 minutes to establish a strong
connection.

Oct 14, 2017 | Home

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The sensor from my weather station is not registering outside temperature


I've had the same problem since I bought this unit 2+ years ago; when the outside temperature moves into the freezing zone, the sensor stops transmitting. I contacted Lacrosse-- all they could suggest was change the batteries. My solution: throw it in the trash!

Aug 05, 2012 | Bushnell Measuring Tools & Sensors

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Cannot get the weather station model ws-916ou-it to show outside temperature


I have three of these WS-916OU-IT units. After a few years, the outside sensor just fails. You will get dashes and a "TR" low battery signal, even if the batteries are good
just buy another whole weather station (short money) and set both the old and new weather station unit to receive from the single new outdoor sensor.
To do this - just follow the procedure for a single sensor - that is - put the batteries in the new sensor - then within 30 seconds - put the batteries in all the weather stations - they will all pick up the same outdoor sensor.
I now have three units running off of one outdoor sensor.
Seems a bit silly, but it works.

Feb 27, 2012 | Measuring Tools & Sensors

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