It is a pretty good weather station if you don t have high expectations. If the temperature drops below it s limits it will show you ofl (off limits). As farMessage 1 of 3 , Dec 31 9:07 AMView Source
It is a pretty good weather station if you don't have high expectations. If the temperature drops below it's limits it will show you ofl (off limits). As far as I know the modell la crosse 3610 has a low temperature limit up to -40 degrees. I have 2 lc 2300 and 2350 with limitations up to -22*F but in my country rarely the temperature drops below -10*C.
And you cannot do anything to extend the limits of your outside sensor but you have the possibility to wire the station and the batteries won't represent a problem any longer, plus you have a transmission frequency of 9 seconds.
Happy New Year and regards, Eugen, Oradea, Romania, Europe.
--- On Thu, 12/31/09, montanamuleman <montanamuleman@...> wrote:
From: montanamuleman <montanamuleman@...>
Subject: [wuhu_software_group] Possible extend the temperature range of Lacross WS2316?
Date: Thursday, December 31, 2009, 12:46 AM
I received the Lacrosse WS2316 Professional Weather Center as a gift. Very nice gift, but I kind of wish I could have researched and purchased a weather station on my own. This one is not returnable, so I hope it will work OK.
One thing I noticed right away is that the low end of the outdoor temperature range is only -21.8 degrees. -21.8 can feel downright balmy some days in Montana. We dip near -40 a couple times a year.
Is the limited temp range due to batteries on the wireless sensor? Will lithiums extend the range?
I plan to mount the sensors in a Stevenson Screen. How about a probe type temp sensor with the probe exposed inside the weather screen and the transmitter housed in blue foam to help temper the batteries from the elements?
Hope this question isn't an old one. I searched the messages quickly before typing. Thanks!