Manage How Reading Units are Displayed

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You can set how sensor readings are displayed in your account. By default, readings are set to be displayed in Imperial and temperature readings are set to a whole degree.

AcuRite app: How to change how reading units are displayed

  1. From the tab/navigation bar, select ic_settings_black_24px.svg (Settings menu).

  2. Select Manage Devices.

  3. Select Units of Measure / Display Temp Tenths.

  4. Set the settings.

    Units of Measure - sets how sensor readings are displayed.

    Imperial (US) - °F / inHg / mph / inches

    Metric - °C / hPa / km/h / milimeters (mm)

    Temperature in Tenths - sets if temperature readings include the tenth of a degree. When set to OFF, temperature readings are displayed as a whole degree (default setting).

    For example, if a temperature reading is 65.1°, when the Temperature In Tenths is set to ON the reading is displayed as 65.1° and when set to OFF it's displayed as 65°.

    Note

    Does not set the temperature in tenths for the current condition or forecast information - which is only displayed as a whole degree.

  5. Select Save to update.

MyAcuRite.com: How to change how reading units are displayed

  1. From the menu, select Settings > Devices.

  2. From the Display Units section, select Edit.

  3. Update the settings.

    Units of Measure - sets how sensor readings are displayed.

    Imperial (US) - °F / inHg / mph / inches

    Metric - °C / hPa / km/h / milimeters (mm)

    Temperature in Tenths - sets if temperature readings include the tenth of a degree. When set to No , temperature readings are displayed as a whole degree (default setting).

    For example, if a temperature reading is 65.1°, when the Temperature In Tenths is set to Yes the reading is displayed as 65.1° and when set to No it's displayed as 65°.

    Note

    Does not set the temperature in tenths for the current condition or forecast information - which is only displayed as a whole degree.

  4. Select Save to update.

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