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Atomic Clock w/outdoor sensor

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Jumbo Size LaCrosse Atomic Clock
with Inside & Outside Temperature


Lacrosse

New Item! $38.99

Sensor

Easy to read atomic clock with indoor and outdoor temperatures, moon phase, alarm/snooze.

Features:

  • Wireless outdoor temperature that updates every 4 seconds (°F or °C)
  • Monitors indoor temperature (°F or °C)
  • Moon Phase
  • Atomic time and date with manual setting
  • Extended battery life - 24 months
  • Automatically updates for Daylight Saving Time (on/off option)
  • 12/24 hour time display
  • Perpetual calendar
  • Time zone setting
  • Time alarm with snooze
  • 4 languages to choose from: English, French, German, Spanish
  • Wall hanging or free standing
  • Low battery indicator for both display and temperature sensor

Specifications:

  • Wireless outdoor temperature range: -40 to + 149 °F
  • Indoor temperature range: 14 - 100 °F
  • Transmission range: up to 330 feet (with no obstructions)
  • Transmission frequency: 915 MHz
  • Power requirements: Clock 2 "AA" alkaline batteries, Sensor 2 "AA" alkaline batteries

Dimensions:

  • Clock Overall: 10.25" x 9.74" x 1.16" Thick
  • Time digit height: 2"
  • Sensor: 5.05" x 1.5" x 0.83"

How it works:

The US Atomic Clock is the most accurate clock in the world and the official national timepiece. This clock is operated by the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) in Fort Collins, Colorado. Using a low frequency radio transmission from NIST, the US Atomic Clock sends an accurate time signal across the continental United States. The Atomic Clock is electronically tuned to the WWVB time signal from NIST. The Atomic Clock automatically sets itself to the correct time and date by receiving and decoding the NIST radio signal with an internal receiver. It ensures daily accuracy to the fraction of a second by refreshing the signal each day.

IT REALLY WORKS (even on the edge of the west coast)!