ThermoPro TP-68B/TP-68C Wireless Weather Station Instruction Manual

Model No:TP-68B/TP-68CWireless Weather StationInstruction Manual


Congratulations on your purchase of this desktop weather station coming with the weather forecast, barometric pressure display, indoor temperature/humidity display, and outdoor temperature display.


1* Base Station Unit (receiver)1 * One Outdoor Remote Sensor (transmitter)1* USB Charger2 * USB Charging Cable1* Manual

* Although the remote sensor is designed to be rain-proof, it is preferable to put it in a dry place to avoid direct rainfall and sunlight for better measurement accuracy.

Product Features and Specification

  1. LCD display: Displays the current outdoor temperature and indoor humidity/ temperature, barometric pressure, and history, weather forecast
  2. Indoor Temperature range: -4 °F — 158 *F (-20 °C 70 °C), humidity range: 10% — 99%
  3. Outdoor Temperature range: 31 °F — 158 *F (-35 °C 70 °C)
  4. Temperature tolerance: +/- 2.0 °F (+/- 1.1 °C)
  5. Humidity tolerance: ±2% from 30% to 80%; ±3% below 30% and above 80%
  6. Three humidity levels: dry when less than 40%, good when 40%-70%, humid when more than 70%
  7. Low battery indication for both base station and remote sensor
  8. Backlight LCD display
  9. Rainproof design for remote sensor
  10. Power source: Three AAA batteries/USB changer for base station and one built-in rechargeable lithium battery for remote sensor

Base Station (Receiver)


  1. LIGHT/DIMMER: When the product is powered through the adapter, press the button to select among 4 brightness levels for the background light. (When the product is battery-power, the background light would be off after 15 seconds, and there would be no selection of brightness levels for the backlight.
  2. WEATHER: Press it to select one of five weather conditions (sunny, partially cloudy, cloudy, rainy, snow) that can best reflect the current weather condition.
  3. °C/°F: Press it to select temperature display unit in °C or °F.
  4. inHg/MB: Press it to select barometric pressure display unit in inHg or MB (hPa).
  5. HISTORY: Press it to display barometric pressure in the past 12 hours.
  6. MAX/MIN: Press it once to show the maximum and minimum temperature and humidity since the last reset. Press and hold it to clear the MAX/MIN records.
  7. CHANNEL: press once to display the temperature readings from up to 3 outdoor remote sensors; Press and hold this button to enter the synchronization mode.

Temperature & HUMIDITY Trend

  1. indicates the temperature & humidity is in an increasing trend.
  2. → indicates the temperature & humidity is in a changing trend.
  3. indicates the temperature & humidity is in a decreasing trend.

Outdoor remote Sensor(Transmitter)

1. LED2. Reset3. Wall Mount 4. Charging Socket5. ON/OFF6. Channel Selector 7. Humidity Sensor8. Temperature Sensor

Note: To access the CHANNEL SELECTOR and RE ET buttons, you need to unscrew the cover as per the below Figure.

CHANNEL Selector (1,2,3): Slide to set Channel 1,2 or 3.RESET: Press once to reset the remote sensor. Press and hold for 2 seconds to turn ON/OFF the unit. (ON: Flash 1 time, of Flash 3 times)

Installing Batteries

  1. Base station: open the battery compartment of the base station and insert Three “AAA” batteries(for backup, not include) with the correct polarity.
  2. A built-in rechargeable lithium battery is installed in the remote sensor. There could be some power in the rechargeable battery before the unit leaves our manufacturing facility, we always recommend fully recharge the remote sensor before use by following the steps below:

a. Connect the charging cable (provided in packaging) into your wall charger and the other plug into the charging socket located on the back of the remote sensor;b. Plug the wall charger into a standard AC outlet;c. The remote sensor will light up red;d. Charge the remote sensor for at least 4 hours until the light changes from red to green which indicates charging is complete.

Low Battery Warning

If the battery power (base station or remote sensor) is low, there will be a low battery icon showing on the base station display.If the low battery icon for the base station shows up, please replace the batteries with a new one.If the low battery icon for the remote sensor shows up, please charge the remote sensor as soon as you can.

Display Unit Selection

  1. Press the °C/°F button on the back of the base station to change the temperature display unit in °C or °F.
  2. Press the inHg/MB button on the back of the base station to change the barometric pressure display unit in inHg or mb (hPa).

Synchronize Remote Sensors with The Base Station

  1. Place the remote sensor near the base station.
  2. Once the batteries are installed in the base station, the RF indicator (located on the upper left of the outdoor temperature display section) will flash for 3 minutes, indicating that the base station is in synchronization mode: it is waiting for remote sensors to be registered.
  3. Set the CHANNEL selector (on the back of the remote sensor unit) to position 1 or 2 or 3. The unit is pre-set Channel 1 and you can always leave it unchanged unless you have purchased more than 1 remote sensor.
  4. Press and hold the ON/OFF button on the back of the remote sensor for 2 seconds to turn on the remote sensor. Then wait for a moment until the temperature of the remote sensor display on the base station indicates the synchronization is complete.
  5. If the synchronization is not successful after 3 minutes when the batteries are installed in the base station and the RF indicator 7 no longer flashes, press and hold the CHANNEL button on the back of the base station for 3-4 seconds until the RF indicator flash again to set it back in synchronization mode;
  6. If you have additional remote sensors, repeat the above steps to synchronize the additional remote sensors (up to 3 remote sensors can be registered with one base station). Please note the additional sensors should be set to a different channel.
  7. If you have registered more than one sensor, press the CHANNEL button on the base station to select the remote channel you want to be displayed permanently on the base station. Press the CHANNEL button until you observe a circular arrow on the base station LCD display under the channel number, then the unit will auto-scroll, changing from channel to channel every 5 secounds.


  1. Once the remote sensor and the base station are synchronized, the indoor temperature/humidity and outdoor temperature will be both shown on the base station display.
  2. Maximum & Minimum Recorded Temperature & Humidity

a. Press MAX/MIN button once to display the highest indoor temperatures/ humidity and outdoor temperatures recorded. MAX is shown on the display.b. Press MAX/MIN button again to display the lowest indoor temperatures/ humidity and outdoor temperatures recorded. MIN is shown on the display.c. To clear and reset the max/min records, press and hold MAX/MIN for 3d. Temperature and Humidity Trend: there are 3 types of icons on the base station display:

indicates the temperature and humidity are in an increasing trend.→ indicates the temperature and humidity are in a no change trend. indicates the temperature and humidity are in a decreasing trend.


  1. Press the HISTORY button on the back of the base station to show the actual barometric pressure value in the past 1 to 12 hours.
  2. Barometric Pressure Trend: on the bottom of the display, the graph shows the barometric pressure change in the last 12 hours.

Weather Forecast

The initial current weather condition should be set before the weather station can better forecast weather in the next 12-24 hours. Press the WEATHER button on the back of the base station and the weather symbols on the top of the screen will change. Choose one of five weather symbols (sunny, partially cloudy, cloudy, rainy, snow) that can best reflect the current weather condition.

Interpreting the weather forecast symbols

The weather station requires at least 24 hours for it to acclimatize to local weather conditions. The weather station process and analyze the weather patterns including temperature and barometric pressure change for the past 24 hours in order to determine the forecast, only then the predicted weather forecast will reflect the actual weather for your immediate area. Until that time has elapsed, the predicted weather forecast may not accurately reflect the actual weather for your immediate area.

The weather station will display the symbols to Indicate the predicted weather forecast for the next 12 to 24 hours for an area within a radius of approximately 20-30 miles or 30-50 km.


a. The weather forecasting is approximately 70% accurate. The accuracy rate might be lower in extreme weather conditions. The weather forecasting is for reference and for domestic use only. Do NOT rely on the weather station for the weather forecast for any serious matters such as health, business, and financial decisions and/or agricultural planning, and certainly not for life and death situations.b. The weather forecast does not display the current weather. It displays the weather for the next 12-24 hours.

Place the Base Station and Remote Sensor

  1. The indoor base station (receiver) should always be placed in a well-ventilated indoor area and located away from vents, heating or cooling elements, direct sunlight, windows, doors, or any other openings.
  2. The remote sensor (transmitter) can be placed on a flat surface indoors or Make sure the sensor is within the wireless distance from the base station and with minimal obstructions. Although the remote sensor is designed to be rain-proof, it still must be always put in a dry place to avoid direct rainfall.
  3. The base station and remote sensor can both be wall mounted.

Purchasing Additional Remote Sensors

The model number of the remote sensor for this unit is TX-4.Additional sensors may be ordered directly from Amazon or ThermoPro by contacting our customer service listed below.

Hints and Tips

If the receiver can’t connect to the transmitter, try as following:

  • Repeat the synchronization process as described above.
  • Relocate the base station or the remote unit until the connection is established
  • Signals from other electronic devices may cause interference. Place the base station and receiver away from these devices.
  • If the base station is attached to a refrigerator or a metal object by a magnet, the transmission may be shorter. Remove the base station from the refrigerator or the metal object or place the base station and remote sensor as close as possible.


  • Do not subject the unit to excessive force, shock, dust, temperature or
  • Do not immerse the unit in water.
  • Do not remove any screws.
  • Do not dispose of this unit in a fire. IT MAY EXPLODE.
  • Keep unit away from children. The unit or parts of the unit might be a choking hazard.
  • Dispose of the unit legally and recycle when possible.


  1. Transmission range up to 500 feet in an open area. (range maybe shorter based on interference present)
  2. Indoor Temperature range: -4 *F — 158°F (-20 *C — 70 °C)
  3. Outdoor Temperature range: -31°F — 158°F (-35 °C — 70 *C)
  4. Humidity range: 10% — 99%.
  5. Temperature tolerance: +/- 2.0 °F (+/- 1.1 °C)
  6. Humidity tolerance: ±2% from 30% to 80%; ±3% below 30% and above 80%
  7. Power: 2 X AAA 1.5V for base unit and 18650 lithium battery 3.7V for remote sensor


You can help protect the environment! Please remember to respect the local regulations. Hand in the non-working electrical equipment to an appropriate waste disposal center.


This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC rules. Operation is subject to the following two conditions:

  • This device may not cause harmful interference.
  • This device must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause undesired operation.

Warning: Changes or modifications to this unit not expressly approved by the party responsible for compliance could void the user’s authority to operate the equipment.

NOTE: This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential installation. This equipment generates, uses, and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio communications. However, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation. If this equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or television reception, which can be determined by turning the equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct the interference by one of more of the following measures:

– Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.– Increase the separation between the equipment and the receiver.– Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the receiver is connected. Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help.

EC Conformity

Hereby, the manufacturer declares that this product complies with the basic requirements and applicable regulations of the Radio Equipment Directive 2014/53/EU, the EMC Directive

2014/30/EU. The complete declaration of conformity can be found at:


ThermoPro warrants this product to be free of defects in parts, materials, and workmanship for a period of one year, from the date of purchase.Should any repairs or servicing under this warranty be required, contact Customer Service by phone or email for instructions on how to pack and ship the product to ThermoPro.This warranty gives you specific legal rights and you may also have other rights which vary from state to state.


Telephone: 1-877-515-7797(USA & Canada only)44-80-164-1683(UK)Email: [email protected]Hours: Weekdays 8:00 AM- 8:00 PM EST(USA & Canada only) 1:00 PM – 12:00 PM CET(UK)

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