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Honeywell TE923W Deluxe Weather Station with Rain Gauge, Barometer, Thermometer, Wind Data

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  • Monitors indoor and outdoor temperature and humidity
  • Backlit display for easy readings in low light
  • Measures wind speed and direction, rainfall amounts and barometric pressure
  • Programmable ice-warning alarm; automatically sets to US Atomic Clock;
  • Measures 5 by 18 by 17.5 inches; weighs 6.3 pounds

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 43.8 x 45.7 x 12.7 cm ; 2.9 Kg
  • Shipping Weight: 2.8 Kg
  • Batteries 14 AA batteries required.
  • Item model number: TE923W
  • Date first available at March 13 2013
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Product Description

The Honeywell TE923W Complete Weather Station with Atomic Clock and Remote Control monitors just about any weather condition created by Mother Nature, including the UV index. This exceptional unit can measures wind speed and direction; rainfall amount; indoor and outdoor temperature and humidity; and includes a wireless UV (Ultraviolet) sensor that measures potentially harmful UV levels. It also has 12 to 24-hour weather forecasting and a 24-hour barometric pressure history chart. The station has eight-channel capability and will accept up to four additional sensors with a wireless transmission range of approximately 300 feet. The atomic clock features a crescendo alarm with snooze alarm and never needs resetting. The time updates automatically each day within the continental U.S. via a radio signal transmitted from Fort Collins, Colorado, adjusting the clock to within one second of official government time. It even automatically adjusts for Daylight Savings Time. An AC adapter for automatic remote control included. The weather station and accessories require 14 AA batteries (not included).

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Most Helpful Customer Reviews on (beta) HASH(0xb8dcfa5c) out of 5 stars 41 reviews
91 of 91 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0xa8aac2b8) out of 5 stars Great weather station Nov. 6 2006
By D. foley - Published on
I purchased this item with a little sceptisism after reading a lot of reviews of other brand stations having issues with signal loss through walls to base station etc.I turned on the unit followed instructions.The wind gauge is about 30 feet up 20 feet from house the uv sensor is mounted 10 feet up as well as rain gauge.All sensors Detect and transmit flawlessly.I really like the product and I am impressed with the quality.All the outside sensors have o ring seals and have a tight fit to prevent moisture.I installed energizer lithium batteries for maximum temp range as specified in manual.Instruction manual states the outside sensors last apprx 2 years on one set of good batteries not bad.
25 of 25 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0xa8aac6c0) out of 5 stars An OK weather station Dec 31 2007
By Mark A. Carpenter - Published on
- wireless link provides ultimate convenience for installing the measurement devices
- robust set of measurements are provided
- Anemometer was installed 35' from a window where that base station is and repeatedly lost wireless synch; it's now 15' away and is working better
- wanted to post readings to a website automatically but the usb connection causes the wind readings to stop; have asked support to help several weeks back but received NO response
- This is NOT a Honeywell unit; it is a Japanese company who has licensed the Honeywell name -- so don't expect Honeywell quality and accuracy
29 of 30 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0xa8bad4bc) out of 5 stars Excellent Weather Station Hardware Jan. 17 2007
By C. Durnal - Published on
I bought this weather station after a great deal of research. I am particularly impressed by how substantial the components are. Also, I was concerned about clear reception from the remote sensors to the base station because I live in Germany. Germans build houses with very thick walls, but my base receives the sensor signals through these walls. It was esay to setup, but one must carefully follow the directions to set up all sensors before turning on the base station and use lithium batteries for strong signals.

A very very good buy.
19 of 21 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0xa8aac738) out of 5 stars Poor software, poor manual, inaccurate sensors July 29 2007
By Joe B. Hungate - Published on
The "Weather Capture" software that came with the unit is version 1.2 nad has very limited capability written by an appearant novice software engineer. The Honeywell web site has a link to get the upgraded software (version 3.1) but clicking on this link gives error 404 (file not found). Very sad.... Also, the software screen shot shown on the TE923W box is totally different than what you get on the included CD (maybe they are showing version 3.1 which you can't get from their web site).

The manaul has been converted to English from some other language and was done very poorly. Quite often it is difficult to determine what the manual is instructing you to do.

The temperature sensors seem to be fairly accurate (compaired to other digital thermometers I have). The humidity sensors seems to be reading 10%-15% lower than what gets reported by local radio and TV stations just a few miles away. The local barometric pressure reading is always 1-2 inHg low. At high noon on a cloudless day in late July the UV sensore is reading "medium". Not sure how the actual UV exposure could get any higher but the sensor only indicates "medium" all day.

I've downloaded several software programs for use with weather stations and haven't been able to get any of them to work with the Honeywell TE923W. This does not seem to be a well supported unit.

When registering this product on-line or asking for techical support you complete an on-line form and it is then sent to the company as an email attachemnt. My Internet Service Provider (MSN) detects a virus with the email attachemnt and won't allow it to be sent.

I can not recommend this unit.
11 of 11 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0xa8aacac8) out of 5 stars I would not recomend the Honeywell TE-923W Nov. 8 2008
By Donald R. Savat - Published on
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I purchased the Honeywell TE-923W, the software that come with it does not work on windows Vista. Also the unit keep losing its signal from the remote sensors. The remotes are less than 20 ft from the main unit. This is my second Honeywell. I have first purchased TE821 and it did not hold its signal either. I should have bought a Davis weather station. All my friends have Davis and have no problems with them at all. With a name like Honeywell, I thought this would be a great unit. I was wrong.I'm very unhappy with the Honeywell TE-923W.
I hope this will help you out in your choice.
Thanks, Don