• AcuRite Wireless Indoor Outdoor Temperature and Humidity Sensor (06002M)
  • AcuRite Wireless Indoor Outdoor Temperature and Humidity Sensor (06002M)
  • AcuRite Wireless Indoor Outdoor Temperature and Humidity Sensor (06002M)
AcuRite Wireless Indoor Outdoor Temperature and Humidity Sensor (06002M)
AcuRite Wireless Indoor Outdoor Temperature and Humidity Sensor (06002M)
AcuRite Wireless Indoor Outdoor Temperature and Humidity Sensor (06002M)

AcuRite Wireless Indoor Outdoor Temperature and Humidity Sensor (06002M)

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  • Wireless weather-resistant sensor for accurate indoor/outdoor temperature and humidity
  • Remote sensor reaches up to 330 feet (100 meters) using 433 MHz wireless signal
  • Requires 2 AA alkaline or lithium batteries (not included)
  • Connects with compatible AcuRite weather stations through the AcuRite Access (sold separately)
  • Company Based in Lake Geneva, WI, USA - Since 1943

Customer Reviews

Works Really Well and Available at a Great Price Exactly perfect. Was happy to be able to purchase just this piece. After inserting the batteries on this SENSOR, the batteries on the main unit were reinstalled and we used a paperclip to press the RESET button inside the battery section. Linking was automatic and very quick. The receiver is one floor up and on the other side of the house and there's no issue picking up the signal.The prior unit didn't fail. One of the batteries leaked damaging the unit. Otherwise it was still fine after more than ~10 years.(We did put some painter's tape around the sensor's battery flap to protect it.) 5The perfect replacement sensor for the AccuRite 1099rx Weather Station Just make sure the Weather Station and remote sensor are set to the same channel. I inserted batteries in the sensor and wondered why nothing appeared at the Weather Station. The A channel was set. Opening the battery compartment of the Weather Station (left picture), B channel was selected. After setting the Wireless Sensor channel to 'B', the outside temperature, humidity and signal strength appeared at the Weather Station. Comparing the outside temperature and humidity against what was posted on the internet, the readings are 100% accurate. Range is pretty good. The Wireless Sensor is about 50 feet from the Weather Station. Overall, I'm very happy with my purchase. FYI, 2 AA batteries are not included. 5Not reliable service life I seen is one month. Senor was placed under my patio to keep it out of the weather. Senor worked good for above one month. Then it started having problems. It would eat batteries in just one week. Tried different battery brands and the same thing. Now senor is only eight months old and doesn't work at all. Only lasted really one month. Problems were just to many to many times to say it was a good buy. No where can I find a warranty statement just in case it has a one year warranty. Now I know why you see the home base station in every thrift store with no senor. Senor stopped working so they donated to a non-profit. At least they can sale the home base for $1.00 for a clock. That's all this senor is worth $1.00.Don't buy! Just donate your base station and buy a new set. 1sesnor and customer support - forget it this is a replacement sensor I ordered a year ago. I use it with the tower workstation. I get constant emails that the sensor is not responding. I changed the batteries, location, reloaded the appt. Can't get readings now at all. Just go ahead and try calling the company. They put oyu on incredible holds and say they'll call you back but don't. Try sending an email- there's no email support for customer service. Try using the caht line- it disappears. Think this is frustrating? 1It recovered fine. The LCD display can be expected to fade ... I'm impressed with the AcuRite 06044M wireless 433 MHz temperature humidity monitoring sensor. I was trouble shooting an electric LG clothes dryer exhaust venting issue and wanted to know the temperature in the output duct so I placed this sensor inside the duct and it kept on transmitting data back to the console. At first I had a problem discussed below. I expected the sensor to freak out, but it didn't. With the dryer set to normal, the highest temperature the sensor transmitted to the base console was 141 F. That's hot for a room sensor and this is one of the few that can do it.The next test was to repeat the test cycle with the dryer exhaust venting directly into the room. This time I could see the display of the unit by looking into the dryer exhaust duct where I had placed it. The base station doesn't have a humidity display. The temperature tended to stay around 125 F but did eventually get up to 136 F. The biggest surprise was the how low the humidity was. I was getting 8% humidity at the end of the cycle. House humidity is around 36% - 50% in March 2018 Indianapolis. I then did a comparison test using the house 100,000- BTU natural gas condensing furnace with the sensor in the output plenum. The house furnace after quite a few minutes would be putting out air at 130 -140 F at 4% humidity. Both the house furnace and clothe dryer have similar air sources and hence the same humidity for their working air.Problem: I found it was almost impossible to handle the sensor without bumping the rear Channel A, B, C, and C - F buttons causing the unit to change settings. The buttons actually stick out from the case. When I had the sensor in a dryer duct at first it did not connect to the base station and I decided to give up on the project thinking the sensor was probably dead. I started putting things away. When I got to the sensor, I really scrutinized it trying to see if there was anything obvious that might have caused the problem, then I noticed the channel had been switched from "B" to "C". When I changed it back to channel "B" everything started working great!I eventually disabled the buttons on the back of the sensor for Channel A, B, C, and C - F setting by removing the conducting actuators. I stored them in the sensor for safe keeping. The buttons now have a space in them allowing them to rattle. That is actually good because I'll remember the buttons have been intentionally disconnected. You could also probably just put a piece of tape over the circuit board contacts for the buttons leaving everything else intact. What would be nice additions? Jack to allow external temp. humidity pressure probe. It could replace the internal sensors when plugged in. A mini phono plug with lots of conducting rings appears popular got this function. The external probe jack would probably be a low cost addition. Other things like time-date calendar functions and data logging would nice, but not if they increase the selling price significantly. This is a robust relatively high precision full scale RF 433 MHz wireless temperature humidity monitoring sensor for not much money. If it got down to $5 I'd put them everywhere. 5Buyer beware. I bought a few AcuRite products which work well enough. Problem is their corporate greed. Within 5 weeks of purchasing the SmartHUB and additional sensors, I received an email saying they were discontinuing support before the warranty even expired. While looking through support forum, I ve found this is a trend with this company. I ll never buy another of their products. 1Clock Works - Thermother Don't I have several of these in my home and only three of them continue to work showing (both) the atomic clock correct(ed) time AND the Outside (remote) temperature. The on-board Inside temperature sensor and clock works Ok for all. I've gone so far as to order an additional remote sending unit sensor to see if that was the problem with the inoperable units. Not! The latest Acu-Rite unit I just received suffers the same problem. It never operated properly from the start, whereas 2 of the other (exact size/style/type) units did operate well - for a while, but the receiving unit for the existing units Outside temperature sensor 'gave up the ghost'. I still like the looks, style and display features of this model but I can't handle another disappointment. Unless Acu-Rite can make up for the disappointment, like 'TESTING IT BEFORE SHIPPING', I'm done with this and considering going back (ughhh..) to the La Crosse brand. 1I have 3 of these for my multi-station weather station ... I have 3 of these for my multi-station weather station. Initially one was working okay and the other 2 needed to be calibrated to the system. Once they were calibrated, which you do through the Acu-Rite Weather Station through settings. You need to have basically all your monitors near the Weather Station when you do this and set it to Factory Settings. Which means, if you've already identified which monitor goes where, you'll have to do it again. Also at this point, take the batteries out, then reinstall and then reset to Factory Settings, Identify which monitor goes where and things should work. Doing this worked for me. 5A little secret about this thing You might not expect very much from this little thermometer when you first see it, after all it looks pretty much like most of those little cheap plastic things that are supposed to tell you the temperature in your room. It actually costs less than many of them so you might simply skip right over it without giving it a second thought. But wait, for about twelve bucks this little gadget is worth consideration, if you happen to have the right AcuRite home weather station components or are planning to get one.I have one of their more deluxe weather stations, although it s not necessary to have one to consider this sensor. My unit has one of those weathervane sensors that mounts on the roof to monitor rain, wind, temperature actually five different things, which is why it s called a 5-in-1 weather station. The indoor display shows you all that and keeps a record of the maximum, minimum and trends over time. What s especially nice about the unit I have that it works with their app so I can check everything I mentioned and more on my phone or tablet device, not only from home but from anywhere in the world. I can even have it email me or text me an alert so it gives me extra security of knowing about temperature extremes that could cause pipes to freeze or even if the room is suddenly getting too hot, like in a fire. I can even add sensors for the freezer, swimming pool, fish tank and all kinds of other things that could be subject to temperature extremes.What this device does is gives me extra temperature and humidity readings for different rooms, like maybe the attic or storage shed. There are two different versions of it, one is just a sensor and the other is this one that adds a digital display. They are both priced the same so my logic is why not get the one that also gives me a remote readout as well as just being a sensor. I don t know how they can afford to sell this thing with built in wireless connectivity to your weather station and phone app for only twelve bucks.Here s something they don t directly say but if you dig deep enough you can find some background information about it. The temperature and humidity sensors built in to AcuRite weather stations don t last forever, after time they will start giving you strange results and keep telling you that they lost their signal or that the batteries are dead even if they are fresh. There is a replacement module that sells for something like four bucks for the rooftop unit but the one built in to the indoor readout can t be replaced. Well, that s not 100% true, what you can do is disable it in software and add one of these little remote sensors to replace it and the app won t know the difference. So for a few bucks getting this thing essentially bought me a whole new weather stations. 5Do they bother to CALIBRATE their products? The calibration on this UNIT is off 2.8 degrees when compared to another of the same model 1 foot apart.(And neither agree with the 5 in one displays, inside temp reading)Yes, you can enter a 'correction' into MyAcurite (app). But that assumes you have 1) a 'standard' to arrive at the needed value 2)Your are not using any (multiple) of the compatible Table Top displays 3
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  • Return or exchange requests can be made within 10 days of the delivery date.
  • To return or exchange any items, please email us at info@directnine.sg, clearly mentioning your order number and our customer support team will guide you on the process.
  • To be eligible for return, products must be in the exact condition you received them in. All packaging material must be undamaged and unused with the price tags intact.
  • Orders can be cancelled before dispatch. If the order has already been dispatched, cancellation fees might be charged.
  • Due to the nature of the products that we sell, we will not be able to replace or refund unwanted items if they have been opened or any seals are broken.
  • The refund will not include the import duties or the cost of delivery or return postage.
  • If your refund is approved, then it will automatically be credited to the original method of payment, within 7-10 days.
  • DirectNine reserves the right to alter and enforce this Return and Refund Policy at any time without having to serve a prior notice to users.
Description
  • Wireless weather-resistant sensor for accurate indoor/outdoor temperature and humidity
  • Remote sensor reaches up to 330 feet (100 meters) using 433 MHz wireless signal
  • Requires 2 AA alkaline or lithium batteries (not included)
  • Connects with compatible AcuRite weather stations through the AcuRite Access (sold separately)
  • Company Based in Lake Geneva, WI, USA - Since 1943
Reviews

Customer Reviews

Works Really Well and Available at a Great Price Exactly perfect. Was happy to be able to purchase just this piece. After inserting the batteries on this SENSOR, the batteries on the main unit were reinstalled and we used a paperclip to press the RESET button inside the battery section. Linking was automatic and very quick. The receiver is one floor up and on the other side of the house and there's no issue picking up the signal.The prior unit didn't fail. One of the batteries leaked damaging the unit. Otherwise it was still fine after more than ~10 years.(We did put some painter's tape around the sensor's battery flap to protect it.) 5The perfect replacement sensor for the AccuRite 1099rx Weather Station Just make sure the Weather Station and remote sensor are set to the same channel. I inserted batteries in the sensor and wondered why nothing appeared at the Weather Station. The A channel was set. Opening the battery compartment of the Weather Station (left picture), B channel was selected. After setting the Wireless Sensor channel to 'B', the outside temperature, humidity and signal strength appeared at the Weather Station. Comparing the outside temperature and humidity against what was posted on the internet, the readings are 100% accurate. Range is pretty good. The Wireless Sensor is about 50 feet from the Weather Station. Overall, I'm very happy with my purchase. FYI, 2 AA batteries are not included. 5Not reliable service life I seen is one month. Senor was placed under my patio to keep it out of the weather. Senor worked good for above one month. Then it started having problems. It would eat batteries in just one week. Tried different battery brands and the same thing. Now senor is only eight months old and doesn't work at all. Only lasted really one month. Problems were just to many to many times to say it was a good buy. No where can I find a warranty statement just in case it has a one year warranty. Now I know why you see the home base station in every thrift store with no senor. Senor stopped working so they donated to a non-profit. At least they can sale the home base for $1.00 for a clock. That's all this senor is worth $1.00.Don't buy! Just donate your base station and buy a new set. 1sesnor and customer support - forget it this is a replacement sensor I ordered a year ago. I use it with the tower workstation. I get constant emails that the sensor is not responding. I changed the batteries, location, reloaded the appt. Can't get readings now at all. Just go ahead and try calling the company. They put oyu on incredible holds and say they'll call you back but don't. Try sending an email- there's no email support for customer service. Try using the caht line- it disappears. Think this is frustrating? 1It recovered fine. The LCD display can be expected to fade ... I'm impressed with the AcuRite 06044M wireless 433 MHz temperature humidity monitoring sensor. I was trouble shooting an electric LG clothes dryer exhaust venting issue and wanted to know the temperature in the output duct so I placed this sensor inside the duct and it kept on transmitting data back to the console. At first I had a problem discussed below. I expected the sensor to freak out, but it didn't. With the dryer set to normal, the highest temperature the sensor transmitted to the base console was 141 F. That's hot for a room sensor and this is one of the few that can do it.The next test was to repeat the test cycle with the dryer exhaust venting directly into the room. This time I could see the display of the unit by looking into the dryer exhaust duct where I had placed it. The base station doesn't have a humidity display. The temperature tended to stay around 125 F but did eventually get up to 136 F. The biggest surprise was the how low the humidity was. I was getting 8% humidity at the end of the cycle. House humidity is around 36% - 50% in March 2018 Indianapolis. I then did a comparison test using the house 100,000- BTU natural gas condensing furnace with the sensor in the output plenum. The house furnace after quite a few minutes would be putting out air at 130 -140 F at 4% humidity. Both the house furnace and clothe dryer have similar air sources and hence the same humidity for their working air.Problem: I found it was almost impossible to handle the sensor without bumping the rear Channel A, B, C, and C - F buttons causing the unit to change settings. The buttons actually stick out from the case. When I had the sensor in a dryer duct at first it did not connect to the base station and I decided to give up on the project thinking the sensor was probably dead. I started putting things away. When I got to the sensor, I really scrutinized it trying to see if there was anything obvious that might have caused the problem, then I noticed the channel had been switched from "B" to "C". When I changed it back to channel "B" everything started working great!I eventually disabled the buttons on the back of the sensor for Channel A, B, C, and C - F setting by removing the conducting actuators. I stored them in the sensor for safe keeping. The buttons now have a space in them allowing them to rattle. That is actually good because I'll remember the buttons have been intentionally disconnected. You could also probably just put a piece of tape over the circuit board contacts for the buttons leaving everything else intact. What would be nice additions? Jack to allow external temp. humidity pressure probe. It could replace the internal sensors when plugged in. A mini phono plug with lots of conducting rings appears popular got this function. The external probe jack would probably be a low cost addition. Other things like time-date calendar functions and data logging would nice, but not if they increase the selling price significantly. This is a robust relatively high precision full scale RF 433 MHz wireless temperature humidity monitoring sensor for not much money. If it got down to $5 I'd put them everywhere. 5Buyer beware. I bought a few AcuRite products which work well enough. Problem is their corporate greed. Within 5 weeks of purchasing the SmartHUB and additional sensors, I received an email saying they were discontinuing support before the warranty even expired. While looking through support forum, I ve found this is a trend with this company. I ll never buy another of their products. 1Clock Works - Thermother Don't I have several of these in my home and only three of them continue to work showing (both) the atomic clock correct(ed) time AND the Outside (remote) temperature. The on-board Inside temperature sensor and clock works Ok for all. I've gone so far as to order an additional remote sending unit sensor to see if that was the problem with the inoperable units. Not! The latest Acu-Rite unit I just received suffers the same problem. It never operated properly from the start, whereas 2 of the other (exact size/style/type) units did operate well - for a while, but the receiving unit for the existing units Outside temperature sensor 'gave up the ghost'. I still like the looks, style and display features of this model but I can't handle another disappointment. Unless Acu-Rite can make up for the disappointment, like 'TESTING IT BEFORE SHIPPING', I'm done with this and considering going back (ughhh..) to the La Crosse brand. 1I have 3 of these for my multi-station weather station ... I have 3 of these for my multi-station weather station. Initially one was working okay and the other 2 needed to be calibrated to the system. Once they were calibrated, which you do through the Acu-Rite Weather Station through settings. You need to have basically all your monitors near the Weather Station when you do this and set it to Factory Settings. Which means, if you've already identified which monitor goes where, you'll have to do it again. Also at this point, take the batteries out, then reinstall and then reset to Factory Settings, Identify which monitor goes where and things should work. Doing this worked for me. 5A little secret about this thing You might not expect very much from this little thermometer when you first see it, after all it looks pretty much like most of those little cheap plastic things that are supposed to tell you the temperature in your room. It actually costs less than many of them so you might simply skip right over it without giving it a second thought. But wait, for about twelve bucks this little gadget is worth consideration, if you happen to have the right AcuRite home weather station components or are planning to get one.I have one of their more deluxe weather stations, although it s not necessary to have one to consider this sensor. My unit has one of those weathervane sensors that mounts on the roof to monitor rain, wind, temperature actually five different things, which is why it s called a 5-in-1 weather station. The indoor display shows you all that and keeps a record of the maximum, minimum and trends over time. What s especially nice about the unit I have that it works with their app so I can check everything I mentioned and more on my phone or tablet device, not only from home but from anywhere in the world. I can even have it email me or text me an alert so it gives me extra security of knowing about temperature extremes that could cause pipes to freeze or even if the room is suddenly getting too hot, like in a fire. I can even add sensors for the freezer, swimming pool, fish tank and all kinds of other things that could be subject to temperature extremes.What this device does is gives me extra temperature and humidity readings for different rooms, like maybe the attic or storage shed. There are two different versions of it, one is just a sensor and the other is this one that adds a digital display. They are both priced the same so my logic is why not get the one that also gives me a remote readout as well as just being a sensor. I don t know how they can afford to sell this thing with built in wireless connectivity to your weather station and phone app for only twelve bucks.Here s something they don t directly say but if you dig deep enough you can find some background information about it. The temperature and humidity sensors built in to AcuRite weather stations don t last forever, after time they will start giving you strange results and keep telling you that they lost their signal or that the batteries are dead even if they are fresh. There is a replacement module that sells for something like four bucks for the rooftop unit but the one built in to the indoor readout can t be replaced. Well, that s not 100% true, what you can do is disable it in software and add one of these little remote sensors to replace it and the app won t know the difference. So for a few bucks getting this thing essentially bought me a whole new weather stations. 5Do they bother to CALIBRATE their products? The calibration on this UNIT is off 2.8 degrees when compared to another of the same model 1 foot apart.(And neither agree with the 5 in one displays, inside temp reading)Yes, you can enter a 'correction' into MyAcurite (app). But that assumes you have 1) a 'standard' to arrive at the needed value 2)Your are not using any (multiple) of the compatible Table Top displays 3
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Return And Refund Policy
  • Return or exchange requests can be made within 10 days of the delivery date.
  • To return or exchange any items, please email us at info@directnine.uk, clearly mentioning your order number and our customer support team will guide you on the process.
  • To be eligible for return, products must be in the exact condition you received them in. All packaging material must be undamaged and unused with the price tags intact.
  • Orders can be cancelled before dispatch. If the order has already been dispatched, cancellation fees might be charged.
  • Due to the nature of the products that we sell, we will not be able to replace or refund unwanted items if they have been opened or any seals are broken.
  • The refund will not include the import duties or the cost of delivery or return postage.
  • If your refund is approved, then it will automatically be credited to the original method of payment, within 7-10 days.
  • DirectNine reserves the right to alter and enforce this Return and Refund Policy at any time without having to serve a prior notice to users.
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Shipment tracking ID will be provided after your product(s) is dispatched. The delivery date stated is indicative and subject to availability, payment authorization, verification, and processing. In case your product(s) is not delivered due to an incorrect or invalid address, we will not be able to process any claims. However, we will notify you if it is returned to us.

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