Car Alarm Temperature Thermometer Clock Voltage Monitor Meter
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- 1. Date/Hour Week/Second Display. Switch the display between 12-hour and 24-hour
- 2. Alarm Clock. Snooze function with 5 minutes interval. Switch Temperature display in �C or ?F
- 3. Measure temperature measurement range: -50�C-70�C
- 4. Sampling period of thermometer?20 seconds. Car battery voltage indicator.
- 5. LED backlight with double colors optional? LED backlight is on and lcd show all with automotive power. No backlight and LCD screen only show time with spare battery power (not included)
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How could you know the temperature outside and inside of your car the time and date the volt of your car battery or a frost? You just need to take a glance of this item you can know all these. This fantastic multi-functional display plugs directly into your car electrical system and provides you with a wealth of accurate and useful information in an easy to read compact device. You can also set alarms to tell you how cold it is outside! Switch Temperature display in �C or �F Alarm clock and love to sleep function of 5 minutes. (Bell sign be flicker) Temperature sampling every 20 seconds guarantees accuracy Led will be in a poor light when using car power supply and can display LCD full content. If using a spare battery power supply not have light LCD only display time. Large LCD battery voltage display. Help to monitor battery voltage. Alarm clock fun
Top Customer Reviews
This product solve that problem .... Looks great on the dash and proves both inside and outside temperatures, clock and alarm and a constant check of your battery's condition.
As with a lot of imported products, the multi-lingual, pidgeon English instructions are appalling! but anyone with a basic knowledge of digital clock setting can get it up and running in minutes. Biggest complaint is that it does not tell you how or where to place the outside temperature sensor.
After a bit of Googling (on images) the easiest way is run the cables as far out of sight as possible (I ran them down the radio edge with double-sided tape and under the back of the glove box) then out the front of the passenger door and stuck the sensor on a moulding just in front of the door where it becomes quite inconspicuous).
So far it is all running perfectly. On the previous reviewer's comments about the blue background light becoming a distraction if sited too high:- I can see the point but, in all honesty it's no more distracting than a satnav and, worse case scenario, you can spin the display to point to the passenger if it becomes a problem.
Good value at the price and straightforward to fix.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Working well. Only wish base had been provided with means of attaching ( double sided sticky pad?) to car dash.Published 1 month ago by Alma Kelly
Only had it a few days but seems to be well worth the money, working okPublished 2 months ago by william lang
Last 8 months and then development a fault. Everything the engine was on and you plugged the cigarette adapter in. The led would reset the time on the display.. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Mr Tyllyer
Sadly a cheap piece of kit that isn't robust enough. It would reset to midday every time I started the car if the 12 was plugged in. Threw it away. after a few months.Published 4 months ago by film spotter
Slightly flimsy, but it works and was easy to fit.
Sensor lead could do with being 50cm longer.