Manage How Barometric Pressure is Displayed on My AcuRite™

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From My AcuRite™, you can manage how barometric pressure is displayed in your account for the AcuRite Access™ or Direct to Wi-Fi display (Connection Device).

 

  • Adjusted Pressure - refers to barometric pressure that has been adjusted for altitude using the elevation set in the profile of the Connection Device.

  • Station Pressure - shows the exact measurement taken by the Connection Device's internal barometer; does not include an adjustment for altitude.

The dashboard can take up to 30 minutes to adjust to a new barometric pressure reading when changed from adjusted to station pressure. 

NOTE: PC Connect Display (Iris™ (5-in-1) Weather Station) only - the barometric pressure adjustments are required to be set directly in the PC Connect software.

 

 

AcuRite™ App: How to set the display of barometric pressure

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

  2. Select Manage Devices.

  3. Select the name of the AcuRite Access™ device.

  4. Select the ic_settings_black_24px.svg icon located to the right of the device name.

  5. Barometric Pressure Settings are located in step 4. Go to step 4 and update the Barometric Pressure Settings.

    Adjusted Pressure - automatically adjusted by My AcuRite™ using the altitude of the elevation set in the profile of the AcuRite Access™.

    Station Pressure - the raw pressure, which allows for manual pressure adjustments (+/-).

  6. Select Save to update.

 

 

MyAcuRite.com: How to set the display of barometric pressure

  1. From the menu, select Settings > Devices.

  2. From the device profile, select Edit.

  3. Set the Barometric Pressure Settings.

    Adjusted Pressure - automatically adjusted by My AcuRite™ using the altitude of the elevation set in the profile of the AcuRite Access™.

    Station Pressure - the raw pressure, which allows for manual pressure adjustments (+/-).

  4. Select Save to update.

 
 
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