Weather the storm in style with Eton Zoneguard+ Wireless Weather Alert System. The sleek and super advanced weather alert radio center will keep you safe, sound and aware of local conditions. Beacons flash on the base station and warnings blare on every unit to keep everyone in your home informed of inclement weather. Place the two wireless modules in separate rooms, so your family, no matter where they are in your house, will know what's going on. Stay alert with S.A.M.E. technology (specific area message encoding); simply enter your S.A.M.E. county code and if there's a weather warning, watch or advisory, you'll know instantly with the three level alert light bar: red (alert), orange (warning) or green (watch). This weather announcement will also be broadcasted on every wireless unit. You can set up to 25 locations in this alert system, so you'll be safe on the road, on vacation, while camping, no matter where you are. This weather center also includes an LCD display, AM/FM weather alert digital radio with tuner, clock and alarm function. It's easy to power too-just plug in the Zonegaurd+ base station using the AC adapter or for emergency backup, pop in three AA batteries (not included). The two wireless modules require one AA battery (not included) and can be placed anywhere, up to 164 feet away from the base station. Be prepared for any storm or inclement weather, using this extremely informative weather alert system. Detachable stand or wall mount options.
• Eton Zoneguard+ Wireless Weather Alert System For The Home • Using S.A.M.E. technology, station keeps you informed of weather alerts, warnings or advisories no matter where you are • Color-coded base station broadcasts alerts to two wireless modules • AM/FM tuner with LCD display and alarm function • Wall hanging or for desktop use
Size Base station 4-1/4"W x 7"H, requires three AA batteries for backup (not included) Wireless modules 1-3/4
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