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Comes with FREE 29 page ebook Trouble-Free Wireless Weather Station Setup and Maintenance - The Definitive Guide
The Aercus Instruments Wireless Rain Gauge is a high quality self emptying rain gauge with indoor and outdoor temperature display. The console displays current, hourly, last 24 hours and total rain fall along with a bar chart display of rainfall trend in daily, weekly or monthly rainfall. Another great function is the "Since" function for checking exact rain fall.
Ideal for farmers, gardeners, research or home use.
Posted by Mary on 22nd Jan 2020
I have had my rain gauge for a year now and found it reliable and accurate.
It was easy to set up and communication between the rain gauge outside and the display inside has been trouble free. I love it, so much so I have bought a second as a present for a keen weather watcher.
Posted by Roger Strachan on 17th May 2019
I have used the same rain gauge before and was very happy with it. The previous one suffered a malfunction after 4 years, but I was so happy with its performance I replace like with like. Easy to set up, good value and also give outdoors and indoors maximum and minimum temperature data. So far, it's working exactly as it should. Happy to recommend it.
Posted by Hubert de Castella on 25th Apr 2016
Gives all the information one could ask for, and at a very acceptable price.
Posted by Robert Meetens on 11th Dec 2014
A natty little gadget and as far as I can tell it is working in accordance with the published specification. What more do you want? However, as any serious rainfall has been in rather short supply since I bought the raingauge I have to admit my experience has been somewhat limited during the 2 weeks of ownership. The set up was easy enough so all in all, I'm dead chuffed!
It would have been better if all the associated publications were a lot more specific on the subject of interference likely from other 433.92MHz operated equipment and recommended separation distances between Tx and Rx from other weather station units using the same frequency. What else can be done in the way of screening, for example, if inteference occurs.