Your Dashboard displays the most recent readings sent by your AcuRite™ sensors, a 12-hour Reading Graph for each type of reading, and the current weather and forecast predictions at the location of your Connection Device. Connection Devices may include the AcuRite Access™, PC Connect Display, or Direct Wi-Fi Display.
Dashboard data is automatically refreshed every 5 minutes and the date and time of the last refresh are displayed to the right of the tab area. To manually refresh the data, select your browser refresh feature, or select the refresh icon. To manually refresh the data in the app, swipe down.
- Manually refreshing the browser or app will not force a sooner update. The update interval always remains at 5 minutes.
Readings are displayed in the time zone of the Postal Code set in the profile of the Connection Device.
View the status of a sensor, including its battery and wireless signal strength, and the date and time My AcuRite™ last received a reading from the sensor.
Each AcuRite Access™, PC Connect Display, or Direct to Wi-Fi Display and the accounts you're following are displayed as a tab on your Dashboard. Select the tab name to view the Connection Device and its linked Sensor readings and status.
The Status bar, located to the left of the device name, indicates its current status. Select the status bar to view additional status details.
Green: Everything is operating as expected.
Yellow: A condition may need your attention soon and should be looked into.
Red: A condition needs your attention now. Offline indicates reading from the sensor has not been received for more than two (2) hours and a Loss of Signal alert has been activated.
Your sensors are listed in the tab of the Connection Device that they are linked to.
The reading icons provide a visual indicator to easily identify the type of reading.
NOTE: If you have more than one sensor linked to an AcuRite Access™, you may have to scroll down to view all sensor readings.
The weather icons provide useful information at a glimpse - clearly distinguishing the current conditions such as sunny, rainy, stormy, cloudy, and more.
From the Dashboard, the readings of the selected reading type are displayed in a 12-hour graph.
To view the details of each hourly reading, hover over the graph.
To change the graph displayed, select the reading type.
To view the readings in a detailed chart, select the reading. The Charts & Details are displayed for the selected reading type.
Pressure, Location Details, and Weather Select
The Feels Like temperature is a measurement of how hot or cold it really feels outside. The Feels Like temperature is calculated and displayed when temperatures are between 40° to 80° Fahrenheit (4° to 27° Celsius).
Feels Like High - the highest Feels Like measurement in the interval of time being viewed.
Feels Like Low - the lowest Feels Like measurement in the interval of time being viewed.
The heat index is a measurement of how hot it feels outside and is only calculated and displayed when temperatures exceed 80° Fahrenheit (27 ° Celsius).
Heat Index High - the highest Heat Index measurement in the interval of time being viewed.
Wind Chill is a measure of how cold it really feels outside and is only calculated and displayed when temperatures are below 40° Fahrenheit (4° Celsius).
Wind Chill Low - the lowest Wind Chill measurement in the interval of time being viewed.
Pressure, or barometric pressure, is the weight of the air at a specific location, measured in Inches of Mercury (inHg) or Hectopascals (hPa).
Pressure High - the highest Pressure measurement in the interval of time being viewed.
Pressure Low - the lowest Pressure measurement in the interval of time being viewed.
Your local Forecast is provided by our partner Dark Sky. The Forecast is based on the address location or Postal Code set in the Connection profile of your Connection Device.
You can set the forecast to be displayed as a 7 Day (default) or 12-hour forecast.
7 Day - displays the current day and the following six-day forecast.
12 Hour - displays the next 12-hour forecast starting at the top of the next hour. For example, if the current time is 10:15 am the first hour displayed in the 12-hour forecast is 11:00 am.
From the Forecast, you may need to swipe to the right to scroll through the additional days.