- 12/24 Hour time setting
- Home display conveniently shows all of your weather data, like temperature, humidity, rainfall, and wind speed and direction, and NWS data in one easy-to-read place
- High and low temperature records with time stamp
- Features new, built-
For people having installation problems, be sure to check LaCrosse's Youtube page which goes over the install of this exact model.This is my second LaCrosse weather station, the first one (a different model) did not last a year as I watched each sensor malfunction one by one in a death spiral that left the base unit serving as a very elaborate clock and barometric pressure gauge. So I went into this purchase without high expectations. With the price being about half of what the competitors are charging for the same features, I figured it was worth trying them again. So far everything is functioning as advertised, including uploading data in real time to WeatherUnderground (station ID KWAAUBUR61).A couple things during set up - the unit only connects to a 2.4GHZ wireless network. I was running a 5.8 GHZ wireless N only to keep speeds as high as possible and out of the congestion of competing access points in my neighborhood. I have a second 2.4GHZ wireless G router that I dedicate to guests, so I just pointed the weather station to that one instead and it connected successfully. Since the networking configuration is done via smartphone, I also had to make sure I disconnected my phone from my faster network and connect it to the wireless G network during setup. The application that is used to set up the unit didn't seem to notice that I was attempting to connect to a network that the weather station did not support originally, so that would have saved some time if I'd been alerted to that. A suggestion to LaCrosse would be to make their mounting hardware the same size that standard PVC piping comes in. I have my wind/rain sensor mounted on my roof on a mast. The mast is a 1 inch diameter PVC pipe that is four feet in length. The mount point on the sensor was too small for 1 inch, but too big for the next size down of pipe. If the mounting hardware that came with the unit was also 1 inch diameter, it would accommodate this type of installation without adversely affecting customers who just want to use the mount that came with the unit. I ended up making a five inch vertical cut about a 1/4 inch wide at one end of the PVC which allowed me to compress the diameter at the top, allowing it to fit into the mounting hole on the sensor.Another suggestion would be the ability to add additional temperature monitors, even if that data was not going to be uploaded to WeatherUnderground. I would love it if the base unit could monitor a sensor placed in my attic, and then allow me to toggle between indoor temps and attic temps on the display.Other than those minor issues, the unit looks really cool and if the outdoor sensors hold up to the elements, it will be easy for me to recommend this product to others.