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    The WS9040-II is similar in style to the best-selling TechnoLine WS9032 Weather Station. Compact and with a smaller screen, the WS9040 delivers all the standard weather information you have come to expect form a TechnoLine desktop. In / Out temperature & humidity, barometric pressure with 24-hr history graph, moon phase and forecast icons with comfort indicator come together in a lightweight console to provide an all-round monitoring experience for the home, office or classroom.

  • DCF-77 Radio controlled clock with manual setting option
  • Time reception ON/OFF (user selectable)
  • 12/24h time display
  • Time zone setting (± 12 h)
  • Date and weekday display
  • Temperature display in °C/°F
  • Indoor and outdoor temperature display with time stamped MIN/MAX records
  • Indoor and outdoor humidity display with time stamped MIN/MAX records
  • Feel-good indicator
  • Relative air pressure hPa/inHg display with adjustable reference value
  • Relative air pressure history graph for the past 24h
  • Weather forecast with weather tendency indicator
  • Weather icon sensitivity setting
  • 12 moon phase displays
  • LCD-contrast regulation
  • Low battery indicator
  • Can receive up to three outdoor temperature transmitters through 868MHz signal (one included)
  • Wall mounting or table standing
  • Indoor Temperature Range From -9.9°C to +59.9°C
    Outdoor Temperature Range From -29.9°C to +69.9°C
    Temperature Resolution 0.1°C 
    Humidity Range From 1% to 99%
    Humidity Resolution 1%
    Room Climate Testing Interval Every 15 seconds
    Signal Reception Interval 4 seconds
    Transmission Frequency  868 MHz
    Transmission Distance 100 m (in an open field)

    Station: 101 x 29 x 179 mm

    External sensor: 38 x 21 x 128 mm

    Batteries (not included)

    Station: 2 x AA (LR06, mignon), 1.5 V

    Remote sensor: 2 x AA (LR06, mignon), 1.5 V

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