Oregon Scientific Wireless Temperature Sensor (THN132N) OEM

Manufacturer Oregon Scientific

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Oregon Scientific Temperature only wireless sensor THN132N (OEM) - this sensor does not display a humidity reading on models numbers below containing an H. Additional / Replacement Temperature Sensor Splash...
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Oregon Scientific Temperature only wireless sensor THN132N (OEM) - this sensor does not display a humidity reading on models numbers below containing an H.

  • Additional / Replacement Temperature Sensor
  • Splash proof design
  • Measures outdoor temperature only
  • 3 channel sensor 433MHz (protocol 2)
  • LED transmission indicator
  • Includes 1 x AA battery
  • Electronic manual (below).

As an OEM product, this item is not in retail packaging and does not include paper instructions but these are available here.

    The 3 channel sensor is compatible with the following models:

    • BAR206
    • BAR208HG*
    • BAR218HG*
    • BAR223P
    • BAR266
    • BAR268HG*
    • BAR292
    • BAR368P
    • BAR369P
    • BAR388HG*
    • BAR800
    • BAR806
    • BAR808HG*
    • EMR201
    • EMR211
    • EMR211X
    • RAR501
    • RAR213HG*
    • RMR203HG*
    • RMR221P
    • RMR262
    • RMR329
    • RMR331ES
    • RMR332ES
    • RMR391P
    • RMR500ES
    • RRM222P
    • WMH601
    • WMH800
    • WMR928N

      Can also be used for the following discontinued models:

      • BAR210
      • BAR383HG*
      • BAR386
      • BAR332ES
      • BAR339P
      • BAR626
      • BAR636
      • BAR686
      • BAR801
      • BAR806
      • BAR908HG*
      • RAR621
      • RAR681
      • RAR813
      • RGR202
      • RMR202
      • RMR329P
      • RMR682
      • RMR291
      • RMR500ES
      • RMR802
      • RRM320P
      • RRM902
      Models marked * may require a sensor that also sends humidity such as a THGN132N or THGR122NX. Please contact us with your weather station model number for confirmation.

          QUESTIONS & ANSWERS

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          • I cannot see information from my new sensor on the console.

            Please ensure that the old faulty sensor has had the batteries removed to avoid interference.

            Oregon consoles need to be forced to ‘search’ for the new sensor. Please consult your manual to complete this process. Or contact us with the model number from the rear of the console if you no longer have this for additional help.

          • DOES THE THN132N REPLACE THE THN122N?

            We would need to know the console model number to check suitability before we could advise if this was a suitable replacement.

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