Oregon Scientific Temperature & Humidity Sensor with display (THGR221)
Manufacturer Oregon Scientific
Additional or replacement Temperature and Humidity remote sensor for the Professional WMR range of weather stations and selective others.
- Temperature -20C to +60C (+/- 1C between 0C and 40C)
- Humidity 2% to 98% (+/- 5% between 40-80%)
- 3 Channels
- Protocol 3
- 433MHz transmission frequency
- LCD Display
- Maximum unobstructed range 100m
Suitable for the following range of weather stations:
- BAR208HGX (tested by Weather Spares)
- RGR126N channel 1 only (not X model)
- WMR86 (including N, NX and NSX)
- WMR89 (including A)
QUESTIONS & ANSWERSAsk a Question
I cannot see the readings from the THGR221 sensor on my console
If you are replacing a sensor, 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.
Will this unit work with my BAR629HGU, please ?
No. only the THGR122NX sensor is listed as suitable which we have in exceptionally limited supply.
Is this a suitable sensor for Oregon wmr89 to replace defunct model THGN800?
Yes, this is listed and has been tested with the WMR89 station console.
does this work with the WMR86NS weather station?
Yes, this is suitable for use with the WMR86NS weather station as an additional or replacement sensor.
Hi will this work on the WMR88 if so I will buy one Roy
Yes, this works with the WMR88. You may need to instruct the console to search for the new sensor.
Can i use this sensor with my BAR629HGU weather system pro
No, this sensor is not suitable. Looking at the manual, you would need a THGR122NX which we do have in limited stock.
Is this sensor (THGR221) compatible with a WMR86 to replace the original THGN800 ?
Yes, this sensor can be used with the WMR86 weather stations.
Hi. Will this work with WMR88?
Yes, the Oregon WMR88 has been tried and tested with this sensor and it works fine.