The wireless weather station has a combination transmitter with three external sensors: a thermo-hygrometer transmitter for monitoring the outdoor temperature and humidity, a rain gauge that reliably informs you of rainfall and an a wind meter for determining wind force at the installation site. The data is sent to the base station and displayed there.
In addition, an integrated electronic barometer measures the air pressure and based on the changes, the weather symbol provides a forecast for the upcoming weather. The current air pressure is displayed as an absolute and relative value, the course of the last 24 hours can be observed on a bar chart and thus make a more accurate picture of the weather.
You also have the indoor temperature and humidity in view and can control the room climate with targeted heating and ventilation.
The weather station offers many additional features and information. You can set alarm limits, retrieve highest and lowest readings with time and date of recording, calculate dew point and windchill temperatures.
The current time and date are received via the DCF-77 radio signal. A wake-up alarm will always get you out of bed at the right time.