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Hideki Debuts Honeywell Weather Station

Hideki Electronics is introducing a home weather station during International CES at Las Vegas Hilton booth 57035. It includes multiple sensor features and the NOAA emergency alert system for a complete home and area environmental condition monitoring.

The Honeywell emergency alert home weather station (TN924W, suggested retail $349) is one of several new Honeywell-branded products, which will be unveiled by Hideki. The weather station is the world’s most feature-rich home weather station to date, according to the company.

The product offers rain, wind, forecasting, atomic time and up to eight wireless indoor and outdoor sensors that have a range up to 300 feet. The NOAA with Specific Area Message Encoding (SAME) adds personalized programming for the user to receive emergency alerts in the area, the firm said.

The NOAA feature of the TN924W continuously monitors international, national, regional, state and county forecasts, warnings, and other crucial information. An alarm alerts users of approaching hazards. It also is the primary trigger for activating America’s Emergency Alert System on commercial radio and television stations, Hideki said.

As a single source for comprehensive weather and emergency information, warnings are broadcast for both natural dangers (such as tsunamis, hurricanes, tornadoes, and volcanoes, etc.) and man-made events (such as Amber Alerts, chemical and biological releases and terrorist attacks, etc.) as necessary, the company said.

When centrally located in the home, the large, high-resolution back-lit LCD screen of the Honeywell accommodates easy examination of all weather conditions.

Other products to be shown at CES by Hideki include the Honeywell graphic projection weather station (PCR426, at $99.99). The PCR426 is a weather station with atomic time, remote indoor and outdoor temperature, and icon graphics that can all be projected on a ceiling or wall, as well as displayed on its high-resolution back-lit LCD display, Hideki said.