Important Note: Not recommended for covered spas.
Monitor the pool temperature from two different locations!
Finally, an easy way to read your water temperature from both indoors and outdoors.
The WS-14 wireless pool and spa thermometer is water proof and floats on the surface of the water. The sensor displays and wirelessly transmits the water temperature to the display console.
The console also includes an indoor thermometer for monitoring air temperature.
The 8-channel selectable switch allows you to monitor temperatures from up to eight different locations.
The screw-on lid design with internal gasket provides a leak free, water resistant design.
Simple to read, simple to use, and affordable, the WS-14 includes an indoor thermometer in the console and can remotely read and update up to eight remote sensors at the same from the large digit, uncluttered jumbo display.
The WS-14 includes one remote, and seven additional sensors can be added (F007TH, F007TP and F007PT) for comprehensive monitoring.
Each remote sensor includes dip switches for channel selection and units of measure (degF vs degC).
The sensor search mode allows you to re-sync sensors without removing and re-inserting batteries.
Optional calibration is provided for the upmost accuracy, Although calibration is optional and not required, the purpose of calibration is to fine tune or correct for any sensor error associated with the devices margin of error and inevitable sensor drift associated with electronic measurements. The measurement can be adjusted from the console to calibrate to a known source.
Ideal for Pool and Spa applications but useful for other temperature applications, the WS-14 includes a display with programmable audible and visual alerts when temperature limits are exceeded..
The display console displays temperature, minimum and maximum temperature, which can be reset manually or daily, date and time.
The scroll mode allows you to view the indoor thermometer and remote channels without pressing any buttons. In scroll mode, all of the indoor and detected outdoor sensors will be displayed in five second intervals.