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Wireless Weather Station SENCOR SWS 105 is the perfect home means to a quick and easy overview of all the basic weather information. Time and date will never be forced to adjust manually, everything is controlled by radio signal DCF. You also have the alarm function with snooze.
A device with a contemporary design is able to effectively measure the internal and external temperature outside. Large display information shown digitally and graphically using simple icons. The sensor reaches up to 30 meters in free space.
Sure to please even the function of indicating the ice. It wakes you early enough to clean the car from frost or snow. Can be set at 15, 30, 45, 60 or 90 minutes before the normal alarm. Furthermore, you will appreciate the weather forecast by symbols.
Reach the sensor in an open environment:
up to 30 meters in open space
Inside: -9.9 ° C to 60 ° C
Outside: -40 ° C to 70 ° C
Measurement range indoor and outdoor humidity:
20% to 99% RH
Weather Station: Built-in Li-ion battery, AC adapter included AC 230V, 50Hz / DC 5V, 150 mA
Sensor: 2 x 3 V, type AAA batteries (not included)
Sencor was founded in 1969 in Japan. The name "Sencor" means "a thousand hearts" in Japanese. The company currently distributes its products in more than 25 countries, with extremely diverse offerings in consumer electronics, tablets and phones, office equipment, electronics, cars, and products for the home and kitchen. Sencor is known for dependable quality and attractive design at a reasonable price.
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