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Oregon Scientific Introduces Helios Weather Station

New to the Oregon Scientific lines of products is the Helios Solar Weather Station.  It offers a semi-robust feature set at a reasonable price.

Oregon Scientific Introduces Helios Weather Station

Aside from supplementing its power using the inbuilt solar panels, the Helios can wirelessly monitor up to 3 locations around your home, with the purchase of two additional wireless sensors (one is included).  It will display the indoor/outdoor temperature, humidity, 12+ hour forecast, date/time from the Atomic clock and alert you of impending ice.

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The Oregon Scientific Introduces Helios Weather Station runs $55. Here are a list of features:

  • Displays indoor/outdoor temperature and humidity (up to 3 channel)
  • Forecasts the weather for the next 12+ hours
  • Solar panel draws from ambient light to power the unit and extend battery life
  • Daily high/low memory for outdoor/indoor temperature and humidity
  • Ice Alert function: LED light blinks when outdoor temperature nears icy conditions
  • Atomic Clock function automatically sets and adjusts for Daylight Savings Time
  • Backlight for easy viewing in low light conditions
  • Features date and US time zones
  • Wirelessly transmits data from 100 ft. away
  • Requires 3 AA batteries, not included
  • Includes THGN132 wireless sensor


Published on March 29, 2010

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