Holman iWeather Weather Forecaster

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Product Description

The new iWeather™ Weather Forecaster is just part of the iWeather Holman range of products to measure intelligent environmental data. This unit takes many inside and outside measures which are all displayed on a large easy to read LCD screen and includes a indoor and outdoor sensor.

This unit has the following integrated functions: Time, Day/ Date
Indoor Humidity; Outdoor Humidity; Pressure; Pressure History; Indoor/Outdoor Temperature; Wireless Outdoor Sensor; Moon Phases; Sun Rise/Set; Celsius and Fahrenheit.

The outdoor sensor is equipped with an LCD display which shows the current outdoor temperature. Great for checking temperature whilst outside, avoiding going back indoors to the base unit.

The Large LCD screen displays concise weather data, shows a clock and date all the time.

Now That's Smart Watering!

  • Indoor and outdoor sensors
  • Easy to read backlight
  • LCD Display
  • 1 Year warranty

Product Details

Model Name
iWeather - Weather Forcaster
Model Number
Plastic & Aluminum
Product Dimensions (mm)
W:230 H:225 L:35
Package Dimensions (mm)
W:265 H:185 L:55
Atomic Clock
Display Length (mm)
Display Width (mm)
Displays Barometric Pressure
Displays Dew Point
Displays Humidity
Displays Wind Chill
Displays Wind Direction and Speed
Forecast Ability
Indoor Temperature
Outdoor Tremperature
Internet Enabled
Maximum Number of Sensors
Rain Gauge
Battery Type
AA LR06 1.5V Alkaline & AAA LR03 1.5V Alkaline
Total Batteries Required
Transmission Range (mtr)

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