Tuesday, March 27, 2007

AValive To Carry Honeywell Weather Stations

AVALIVE announced today they will be carrying Honeywell Weather Station TN924W disstrubuted by Hideki Electronics . AValive said these are state of the art weather stations and compliment well with the consumer based products they currently sell.
Models of interest can be purchaed here:


New Product

May 2007

TN924W Professional Weather Station with Public Alert

• User-friendly sunrise & sunset calculator
• Moon Phase Calendar
• NOAA SAME Technology
• Public Alert Certified Device

more product information

TC150 Wireless Rain Gauge

• Precise Quartz time
• Dual crescendo alarm with snooze

• Programmable rain alarm

more product information


TC682EL Personal Weather Station

• Unique Analog and Digital Display
• Humidity range 25% to 90%
• Comfort level indicators

more product information

New Product

April 2007


TE242ELW Personal Weather Station

• Automatically sets to US Atomic clock
• Programmable ice warning alarm
• Enhanced blue backlight
• Wall mount or desktop option

more product information

New Product

April 2007


TE322ELW Long-Range Thermo Weather Station

• Remote channels auto-scan
• Main unit operating range of up to 328 feet (100 meters)
• Easy-to-read digits

more product information

New Product

April 2007

TE532W Long-Range Thermo-Hygro Weather Forecaster

• Indoor/Outdoor Humidity range 30% to 80%
Double-tool design remote sensor (TS35C) included
• Main unit operating range of up to 328 feet (100 meters)

more product information


TE653ELW Complete Weather Station with Indoor/Outdoor Temperature and Humidity

• 24 hour barometric pressure history chart
• Monitors temperature and humidity in up to 3remote locations
• Moon phase display

more product information


TE923W Professional Weather Station with Remote

• Anemometer measures wind speed and direction
• Rain gauge measures rainfall amount
• Wireless UV sensor measures UV levels
• Thermo-hygrometer measures temperature and humidity

more product information



Blogger Jay Brewer said...

We just reviewed the weather station at:


July 16, 2007 at 12:57:00 PM PDT  

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