Taylor 1434 Wireless Weather Station Instructions

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The Taylor 1434 Wireless Weather Station is an indoor/outdoor thermometer with a wireless remote sensor. The sensor allows the device to display the outdoor temperature from inside a building. The unit also functions as a calendar, alarm clock and alert system if temperature readings are too high or low for a given range. The weather station also can save past weather recordings.

    Open the battery slot cover on the back of the main unit and insert the two AA batteries into the battery bay.

    Unscrew the four screws on the remote sensor to open the battery slot and insert the two AAA batteries into the battery bay. Secure the battery cover back on the sensor with the four screws.

    Place the main unit anywhere inside your home.

    Place the remote sensor outdoors within 100 feet of the main unit, outside of direct sunlight and rain. The best spot for the remote sensor is under the eve of your home’s roof. The sensor has an attached table stand to place on a table or mounting brackets to mount on screws.

    Press and hold the “-” button on the back of the main unit for three seconds until the antenna icon appears on the LCD screen to set the time. The unit will connect to the National Institute of Standard and Technology’s 60 kHz AM radio signal to set the time. The time will be updated automatically at 1 a.m. every day.

    Hold the “Clear” button on the main unit to change the alarm settings. Press the “+” and “-” buttons to set the hour and minutes for the alarm and press “Clear” again to confirm the alarm.

    Press the “Max/Min” button to view the maximum recorded temperature value. Press the button again to view minimum value. Hold the “Clear” button while viewing either temperature to clear the memory.

    Press and hold the “Alert” for three seconds to set a temperature alert. Press the “+” and “-” buttons to change the temperature value and set and upper and lower temperature limit. Press “Alert” again to confirm the settings.

    Things You'll Need

    • 2 AA batteries
    • Screwdriver
    • 2 AAA batteries

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