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La Crosse Weather Forecast Station

Written by Nicholas Kamuda
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There are a few major players in the market for weather stations, but La Crosse Technologies, makers of such products as the La Crosse weather forecast station, have a tight grip on their corner off the market. La Crosse is the American arm of the parent company Europe Supplies Limited. Though Europe Supplies limited is based in Hong Kong, and many products are distributed in Europe (through La Crosse France and Technotrade), all American La Crosse products meet American standards as set forth by the National Institute of Standards and Technology.

La Crosse weatherstations are available with a full range of features. Professional models include in-depth information and quality sensory devices, insuring that the information recorded by the weather station is always accurate. Less expensive models use the same high-quality sensors, but don't record quite as much data.

La Crosse products are unique because of La Crosse's eye on design. Most weather stations are dull, grey boxes that look conspicuously tech-y. But La Crosses products are available in a variety of colors and finishes, including oak, cherry, and even aluminum. There is bound to be something in the La Crosse catalog that fits your home decor.

Calibration of a La Crosse Weather Forecast Station

La Crosse's range of atomic clocks and most models of La Crosse weather forecast station receive the 60 kHz WWVB signal from Fort Collins, in Colorado. This means that the information on get is guaranteed to be accurate, and that any alarms or records that you program into your La Crosse product will be consistently reliable. There is also no set-up time involved--as soon as the weather station is switched on, the clock automatically calibrates itself to the national standard.


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