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ThermoPro TP63A Digital Thermometer Wireless Hygrometer

(26 customer reviews)

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  • 【Accurate Reading】Indoor/outdoor thermometer wireless provides accurate humidity and temperature readings for both inside and outside simultaneously, accuracy within ±1°F and ±2~3%RH
  • 【Cold-resistant & Waterproof】Weather thermometer with completely sealed remote sensor contains rechargeable lithium battery technology to monitor humidity and temperature as low as -31°F/-35°C, assuring transmission in rain or snow
  • 【200ft Remote Range】Remote thermometer measures indoor outdoor temperature and humidity percentages from 200ft/60m away; Track environmental conditions in up to 4 locations with additional remote sensors
  • 【Informative】Touchable backlight screen displays current indoor outdoor temperature humidity includes trend arrows and max & min records for all time/24 hours, keeping you aware of the slightest changes in your living conditions
  • 【1 Year Warranty! Register your digital hygrometer after purchase and receive Extended 3 Year Warranty】Wireless thermometer indoor outdoor features multiple placement options with a tabletop stand, wall-mount and magnetic back design; °F or °C Selector; Batteries included

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ThermoPro TP63A Digital Thermometer Wireless Hygrometer

Equipped with professional grade rechargeable sensors, ThermoPro TP63A inside outside thermometer wireless provides accurate indoor outdoor temperature and humidity readings every 50 seconds up to 200ft/60m away, allowing you to be aware if adjustments are necessary for your household! No matter the situation, the wireless thermometer hygrometer with a backlight and touchable screen tells you what you need to know, at-a-glance, all in an attractive, compact digital display.

Features:

  • LCD screen with large digits displays the current indoor-outdoor temperature and humidity percentages.
  • Wireless indoor outdoor thermometer hygrometer transmits readings up to 200ft/60m using a 433MHz strong signal.
  • Rechargeable lithium battery technology resists cold weather as low as -31°F (-35°C), assuring transmission in any harsh environment.
  • Completely sealed outdoor sensor for reliable use in rain or snow.
  • Sync up to 3 outdoor remote sensors to monitor different locations (additional 2 sensors sold separately).
  • Indoor Temperature Range: -4~158°F (-20~70°C); Outdoor Temperature Range: -31~158°F (-35~70°C).
  • Temperature Tolerance: ±2.0°F (±1.1°C).
  • Humidity Range: 10~99%.
  • Humidity Tolerance: ±2% from 30% to 80%; ±3% below 30% and above 80%.

Specifications:

  • Indoor Temperature Range: -4~158°F (-20~70°C);
  • Outdoor Temperature Range: -31~158°F (-35~70°C).
  • Temperature Tolerance: ±2.0°F (±1.1°C).
  • Humidity Range: 10~99%.
  • Humidity Tolerance: ±2% from 30% to 80%; ±3% below 30% and above 80%.
  • Wireless indoor outdoor thermometer hygrometer transmits readings up to 200ft/60m using a 433MHz strong signal.
  • Rechargeable lithium battery technology resists cold weather as low as -31°F (-35°C), assuring transmission in any harsh environment.
ThermoPro hygrometer 2

Package Contents:

  • 1 x Transmitter
  • 1 x Receiver
  • 1 x Charging Cable
  • 1 x Manual
  • 2 x AAA Batteries
ThermoPro TP63A Digital Thermometer
ThermoPro TP63A Feature 3

Backlight LCD Display

Backlight LCD screen with touchable button shows the current indoor outdoor temperature and humidity readings, makes it superbly easy to view in all light conditions, even at night;Celsius/Fahrenheit switchable.

ThermoPro TP63A Feature 4

Max & Min Records & Trend

Displays all time/24 hours MAX & MIN humidity and temperature records and trend arrows, keeping you aware of the slightest changes in your living conditions, helps you to make necessary adjustments in advance.

ThermoPro TP63A Feature 5

Multiple Mounting Options

Tabletop stand, wall-mount and magnetic back design, convenient mounting feature for every type of room.

FAQS

Q: Hi, I synchronized the TP63A base and one remote unit. Should the antenna icon in the base unit continue to blink to indicate communication? Regards
A:This will turn off after 3 minutes once you pair the devices.

Q: My remote sensor apparently needs charging. The manual states the charger is not included but to just use an USB phone charger. My lightning connector for my iPhone and my cable do not work. What type of phone charger uses a round central pin type plug. I have not seen this type of plug in years. Where can I find one?
A: his should have come with a charging cable but not the wall adapter. It is the phone wall adapter that people commonly use.

Q: Does this device make data available on our LAN?
A: no, it does not.

Q: Is there a way to calibrate the remote thermometers? Iu2019m using these to measure temp and humidity inside my reptile enclosures but I suspect some of them might be off by a few degrees.
A: No, you cannot calibrate these. Please contact us directly by phone/email so we may look further into this for you.

Q:  I have what looks like a TP63A with a remote sensor. I lost my charger. I can’t find one to buy on your web. Can I buy a replacement charger? Jerry
A: The charging cables can be purchased separately, they are available on amazon sold by us. They are called TX4/TX5 charging cables.

Q: What is different between TP63A and TP63
A: TP63A does both indoor and outdoor humidity. The TP63 only does indoor humidity.

Q: Purchased from Amazon this week and main unit displays ‘-‘s for channel 1 remote sensor at random times (will display temp humidity for several hours, then displays the dashes). The remote sensor is outside, about 30 feet from main unit. Verified that both the main unit and remote sensor are set for channel 1. Any ideas on how to correct this or is the unit defective? I have tried moving the main unit closer (10 feet from remote sensor), but the dashes still appear. Love the unit, but need it to work. Can return to Amazon but thought I’d try your support group first. Amazon order #111-1392323-8668239. Thanks. Will
A: Please contact us directly by phone/email so we may resolve this with troubleshooting or a replacement if necessary.

 

26 reviews for ThermoPro TP63A Digital Thermometer Wireless Hygrometer

  1. Robert Clark

    I got this so I would know the humidity outside as well as in, because I have a heart condition that makes humidity above 70 percent with temp above 70 degrees dangerous. The hygrometer I already have inside the house is not in exact agreement, but that is the case with all of these instruments. There isn’t much variance, and the Thermopro, being the more sophisticated, is what I defer to. No more having to get online and check the humidity. Since August of ’19 I’ve only had to recharge the transmitter’s battery once, at the end of January. I’ve not had to replace the batteries in the receiver yet, As of May 31. The display can be difficult to read at an angle. No big deal.

  2. Ann

    I purchased this as a replacement for a wireless thermometer that was only working intermittently.
    After getting this new thermometer set up I wished I had bought it sooner! Even though it is smaller overall than my old one, it is much easier to read. I see other comments about the readings being a few degrees ‘off’. Well, all I am interested in is seeing that this morning I see 65 degrees when yesterday morning was 75 degrees. Although the description on AMAZON says ‘waterproof’ I installed my remote sensor on my detached garage where it is mostly protected from rain and the distance from my house was no problem.

  3. Steven

    The supplied remote sensor pairs up quickly, and both reading are easy to read on the display. I ordered an additional sensor, a TX-4, which I returned because I thought it was faulty, but the replacement also failed to sync with the main unit. I am returning the second TX-4 and have ordered a TX-2 in hopes that this will work. The TX-4 was labled as 433 Mhz while the sensor supplied with the base unit was labeled as 915 Mhz, I didn’t notice this right away and am hoping that was the reason I had trouble pairing the extra sensor. If that’s not it then I think I have a faulty main unit. Other than that the thermometer has worked well.

  4. Mark L.

    ‘Let the good temps roll!’ Got this to monitor outside temps while wintering in our trailer, and while it took a bit to get working [had to do the setup / sync routine twice] once it started working ShaZam! it’s doing the job & a great little addition to our tech gear. Checked against 2nd T-stat and readings are accurate, and love the humididiadidity feature, too! Humidity is a definite no bueno when it comes to camping in ‘The Hab,’ our wheeled pavilion, and we use our trusty ThermaPro to monitor and use the vent fans to control it. That combo let’s us vent excess humidity and we’ve had it at 20% when outside it’s plus 60. Great device!

  5. DH

    I purchased this to replace another that failed within days of purchase. Which had been to replace another identical one that had also failed. So time to try a new manufacturer, and this one has been great. Accurate, and fast, it gauges the temperature fast enough that I can take it from room to room in my home to check the temperature, accurately, in other spaces.

    I live in the cold Adirondacks of New York, and an accurate outdoor, and indoor, temperature helps me to know how to dress, when to turn the heat higher, or lower. The dial outdoor thermometer I purchased is only accurate to within 10 – 15 degrees….that’s not helpful.

    I like this one, a great deal.

    My only complaint is that the ‘minus’ sign is so far over to the left, and so small, that I often don’t notice it.

  6. John M Spencer

    I only received mine yesterday, 2-28-20, and after deciphering the instructions, which are somewhat confusing, I charged the remote unit, installed the 2 batteries in the base unit and placed both side-by-side on the kitchen counter to compare temps. After several hours, they came close to matching. They never deviated from each other more than .9 degrees and finally settled down to within .2 degree from each other after ~24 hours. As an old friend used to put it: It’s good enough for who it’s for! If you need more than accuracy to within less than a half a degree, you may be disappointed!

    Outside temps were my main concern, so I’ll install the remote in the shade on my front porch not exposed to the rain using the handy slot for the head of a screw on the back. I have no idea on battery life yet and will get back later if that is a problem. I plan to use rechargeable AAA batteries in the base unit so battery cost is a non starter for me since I have them on hand for use in other items along with the necessary charger.

  7. surftim

    DUH! I’m really glad I did not toss the charging cord for the outdoor wireless component! It is something I would do!
    It comes with a cable that charges it either plugged into the computer, or any one of those device charging socket plugs. After putting fresh batteries into the indoor temp reader…It still wasn’t working, so I decided the outdoor monitor must need new ones. I could not see how to disassemble the back of it without ruining it! I went online to the manufacturer and realized it has rechargeable batteries. I’m really glad I found that cable in with other misc. cables I have stashed away!! Charged it and just pushed a button on the back and reading accurately like a champ. I know I’ve dumbed down over time…but pulled this one off!!!

  8. Thomas M. Nester

    When I originally set it up I checked the unit against it’s self. I found that it initially took a significant amount of time for it to calabrate itself and thought I may have a defective unit. However, after several hours indoors it completely stabilized with perfectly matched readings.

    I then placed the outdoor sensor and after an hour or so it too completely stabilized and it’s been working perfectly for over a month now. I have another indoor outdoor thermometer and the two read within a tenth or two of a degree. The indoor and outdoor humidity readings, particularly here in southwest Florida, are great to have at a glance. The unit is compact but VERY EASY to read. I also like that the outdoor readings are above the indoor since that’s what I’m most interested in seeing.

  9. Freda

    I just received this device and started using it a few days ago, so I cannot opine on the longer term reliability.

    I am about to buy another sensor so I can have a few points of measurement. I am using this device to monitor the temp and humidity of our conditioned crawl space of our house. So far I have the first sensor located in the farthest spot in the crawl space from the display (2500 sq ft crawl space) and everything seems to be working communications wise.

    When I received the unit, I charged the sensor and powered it on to sit right next to the display to see if there was any difference between what the display was recording and the sensor. It appears the remote sensor reports a few degrees F higher than the display pretty consistently. The RH was within 1% most of the time and I suspect the difference in reported RH was likely due to the temperature reporting error of the remote sensor (the display unit jives exactly with our Honeywell home thermostat in the interior living space for both Temp and RH).

    I will update my impressions after I have had some time to gauge it’s longer term reliability, but for now, this device seems to be the answer to my needs of monitoring ambient condition in my crawl space (critical to us as we had some mold issues early on until we got out conditioned crawl space systems dialed).

    Update to above review:

    I ordered two more TX4 sensors, so I could have a total of three monitoring our crawl space temp and humidity. The two new sensors report temps and humidity almost identical to the display unit (< 1 degree temp and never more than 1% humidity difference to our Honeywell home thermostat). Very pleased so far with this product.

  10. L. Adams

    Set up was easy, seems accurate and is easy to read. Like that it’s lit for easier reading. Outside unit has non replaceable rechargeable battery requiring you to bring the unit in to attach to a usb charger when it runs out of juice. Hope this doesn’t happen frequently. Missed in the description about recharging battery’s or I wouldn’t have purchased. Not going to return it for my error. I’ll ride it out and be back to update review

  11. nd2kos

    This is a really nice indoor-outdoor remote thermometer. I have been wanting one for years, but never have gotten around to buying one. I looked at many and decided to bite the bullet with this unit. For the price, how could a person go wrong. It works as advertised. I am not computer literate, so I was a bit tentative; however, I followed directions, and it works great. The yellow backing light works great. I have not found one wrong thing with it, and compared to my old-fashioned thermometer, it is very accurate. I am 100&% satisfied; however, I have only had this unit for 1 month.

  12. Paradise Found

    I was somewhat dismayed upon opening the cartons, inserting the batteries, and comparing the indoor and outdoor readings when the remote was sitting next to the monitor. They did not match. In fact, they were several degrees & % off. However, when I gave it time to stabilize they became pretty close; tenths off. After reading an e-mail from Mark, Therm Pro’s Director of Customer Service, stated that the accuracy range can be -2 %/degrees vs. other devices -5 %/degrees, I felt better. Perhaps that type of statement should be included in the warranty statement in the box. Before writing this review, I brought the units together again, let them stabilize, and they were about 4 tenths different in temperature and right on in humidity. It has been 3 days in operation. Hopefully, it will last the 3 years of warranty.

  13. Lester Alan Strawn

    Very reasonable price. I bought this to have a monitor for outside temp from inside after wife accidentally broke the thermometer hanger on the porch. I was impressed enough with the performance of the first unit, I bought two more of the sensor units. The display alternates the ‘Out’ reading on the top of the display between three possible units. If you just have one, it stays on that reading, but if you have two, the display will cycle between all three, leaving the third sensor (if not there) reading blank lines. I found it annoying enough to buy a third one to fill that spot in the display cycle with a separate garage reading. These devices are each about a degree apart in the same location and the humidity reading as much as 4% different in same location, but they are close enough for my use purposes. The display is very easy to read from several feet away with bad eyes, the screen has a light button at the bottom that is very useful at night, and I am over a week on the first charge of the outdoor sensor.

  14. Charlotte Eve

    A few weeks of hot humid NYC weather and device seems accurate.
    Matches traditional outdoor circular thermometers, close enough. Winter will be the test.
    After 50 years of reading the old mercury ( ? ) indoor outdoor thermometer, it is Fun to know the humidity and changing weather.
    Made a rain/snow shelter out of large yogurt container, 3.5″ top overhang, 2″ on bottom.

    UPDATE : Jan 27. 2020 Working very well. Have not had to charge outside or replace indoor batteries.
    Shelter working well, back yard ( nyc ) gets no sun from Dec to Feb; outdoor sensor has not seen sun since Sept, yet staying dry. Reading close to old vertical thermometer and modern digital devices. We are Pleased. Bought second for cold closed room and basement.

  15. FWIW

    I have the remote sensor on the side of the building under a deck, and the monitor unit on my fridge – I used to put a previous one on a shelf above the remote because it didn’t like the further distance, but this one allowed me to use the magnet feature and go to the fridge. The new one’s easy to read and light up, and gives humidity as well as temperature inside and out. The only problem is the manual, and I had to get replacement remotes twice (free) and a replacement whole unit once (because I forgot where I’d bought the first) before I made it work. The manual tells you how to install it, and later tells you to fully charge the remote first. I didn’t read that far, and the first remote died in about 15 months, and couldn’t be re-charged. When I bought a new one, I found that section of the manual and couldn’t find a picture or description of how to get the included charger cord attached to the the remote. There is a shaped rubber pad on top of the insert chamber, which has a metal strip in it that bounced out as I pried the pad off. What I should have done was simply lift up the part of the pad that covered the chamber, and inserted the cord directly. When I pulled off the whole thing, there was no way to get the metal strip back in place and the cord to stay in. I have asked that they give clearer directions – and before they say how to set up the whole installation. The thermometer itself is tterrific.

  16. William E. Steele

    Hi. Just got it and I am charging the sensor. Sensor and unit are in the same space as you can see. At first there was a wide variance in the data, as some reviews have commented on. But in leaving them alone for over an hour the data between devices stabilized and is very close, as you can see. Plenty good enough for my needs. Size is relatively compact, but text is large, both a plus for me. I own a similar different brand without a backlight, which is the main reason I purchased this. But this is much easier to read, even without the backlight, than my other brand. So far I’m happy. My only concern is the rechargeable sensor, honestly I would prefer batteries. But who knows it may hold a charge a long time. I will try to modify this post if something bothers me in the reasonable future. Otherwise all is good.

  17. dcv

    The display is large with uniformly designed character sizes making it easy to use and understand. I’ve also been impressed with the customer followup and support that is available with clear instructions and even an online video library that explains the setup and use. The three year guarantee is an impressive display of their confidence in their product’s reliability.

  18. John P.

    I was impressed with how well this little champ stays connected with the remote sensor all the way through my stucco walls. The sensor is about 50′ away in the arroyo behind our casa. I still give it 5 stars, because I am generally so happy with it. The only negative is that it can be hard to read in low-light from across the room. It does have a back-light feature, but as best I can figure – you have to touch the little light button at the bottom of the unit to ignite the back-light and it turns itself off after a minute or so.
    Also of interest to some people: the indoor unit utilizes batteries. The outdoor sensor has a rechargeable lithium battery and requires a charge inside, while plugged into a standard phone charger with the included USB cable. Moral of this story: place the outdoor sensor in a spot it is relatively easy to retrieve for your periodic recharging efforts. It’s been running for several days now with no problems. It will be interesting to see how many weeks/ months I manage to get before I have to bring it in for a re-charge.

  19. Carol Stare

    Decided to try a wireless solution for monitoring the outside temperature as a replacement for our analog “dial” thermometer. Outdoor dial thermometers do not stand up to the very high summer temperatures. Indeed, ours literally melted in the hot afternoon sun. In addition, condensation on the dial face can obscure the numbers on the dial. The ThermoPro 63a provides the exact functionality I was looking for. My one suggestion is to add velcro to the remote sensor to help affix the sensor to the outdoor surface. See photos. The temperature and humidity readings are easy to read. The orange backlight helps improve readability. I have only had the unit for one week but have been happy to this point. The remote sensor does need to be charged before providing accurate readings. The instructions are useful and the set up takes only a few minutes. Although I have only had this product for a short while, I do recommend it as an alternative to outdoor temperature dials.

  20. TruthTeller

    I guess my first review did not make the grade. I would buy one that does not need to be recharged and uses batteries instead of this one next time. Since I already own this one it is very accurate as to temp and humidity readings. It does have to be reset everyday if you are keeping records and also you will have to select either 24 hour period or all time max and min. They must be reselected every day. “ouch” It is a nice looking meter with a backlight that comes on if you touch it In the right spot which makes reading it easier. Overall it is a very good meter. I just think it could have been made a little easier to use.

  21. G…Hawk

    So I ordered this for my husband. Well the first one we received did work…..for about 2 weeks. I recharged it and it lasted a week. With the return date approaching I call Amazon who sent another. So far so good. Now my observation is that these third party sellers just buy things and then sell them. I suspect that the recharageable battery in the first one was no good. Probably old. The first one took around 5 hours to charge and the second one charged in about an hour. I did notice that the original stickers for quality control had been covered with a new one. On the second one that was not the case. ThermoPro is a good product line but when these third party sellers buy and sell their products not knowing if what they have is old, used, whatever it gives the company bad name. So I’d say try it but at the first hint of problems call and get a replacement.

  22. dcv

    Set up was easy, seems accurate and is easy to read. Like that it’s lit for easier reading. Outside unit has non replaceable rechargeable battery requiring you to bring the unit in to attach to a usb charger when it runs out of juice. Hope this doesn’t happen frequently. Missed in the description about recharging battery’s or I wouldn’t have purchased. Not going to return it for my error. I’ll ride it out and be back to update review

  23. TruthTeller

    Very reasonable price. I bought this to have a monitor for outside temp from inside after wife accidentally broke the thermometer hanger on the porch. I was impressed enough with the performance of the first unit, I bought two more of the sensor units. The display alternates the ‘Out’ reading on the top of the display between three possible units. If you just have one, it stays on that reading, but if you have two, the display will cycle between all three, leaving the third sensor (if not there) reading blank lines. I found it annoying enough to buy a third one to fill that spot in the display cycle with a separate garage reading. These devices are each about a degree apart in the same location and the humidity reading as much as 4% different in same location, but they are close enough for my use purposes. The display is very easy to read from several feet away with bad eyes, the screen has a light button at the bottom that is very useful at night, and I am over a week on the first charge of the outdoor sensor.

  24. DR

    Hi. Just got it and I am charging the sensor. Sensor and unit are in the same space as you can see. At first there was a wide variance in the data, as some reviews have commented on. But in leaving them alone for over an hour the data between devices stabilized and is very close, as you can see. Plenty good enough for my needs. Size is relatively compact, but text is large, both a plus for me. I own a similar different brand without a backlight, which is the main reason I purchased this. But this is much easier to read, even without the backlight, than my other brand. So far I’m happy. My only concern is the rechargeable sensor, honestly I would prefer batteries. But who knows it may hold a charge a long time. I will try to modify this post if something bothers me in the reasonable future. Otherwise all is good.

  25. Joe Nicholson

    I was impressed with how well this little champ stays connected with the remote sensor all the way through my stucco walls. The sensor is about 50′ away in the arroyo behind our casa. I still give it 5 stars, because I am generally so happy with it. The only negative is that it can be hard to read in low-light from across the room. It does have a back-light feature, but as best I can figure – you have to touch the little light button at the bottom of the unit to ignite the back-light and it turns itself off after a minute or so.
    Also of interest to some people: the indoor unit utilizes batteries. The outdoor sensor has a rechargeable lithium battery and requires a charge inside, while plugged into a standard phone charger with the included USB cable. Moral of this story: place the outdoor sensor in a spot it is relatively easy to retrieve for your periodic recharging efforts. It’s been running for several days now with no problems. It will be interesting to see how many weeks/ months I manage to get before I have to bring it in for a re-charge.

  26. Boilermaker63

    The display is large with uniformly designed character sizes making it easy to use and understand. I’ve also been impressed with the customer followup and support that is available with clear instructions and even an online video library that explains the setup and use. The three year guarantee is an impressive display of their confidence in their product’s reliability.

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