Manage the Elevation of AcuRite Access

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By default, Elevation is determined by the Postal Code set in the profile of the AcuRite Access. You can customize the elevation to ensure My AcuRite uses the most accurate elevation for where your AcuRite Access is located. When setting a custom elevation, the My AcuRite automatically adjusts the barometric pressure.

For example, if you live in a very mountainous location, your AcuRite Access may be located in an area that has a very different elevation than the elevation set by the Postal Code. Therefore, you may want to customize the elevation to where the device is physically located.

Note

PC Connect Display (5-in-1 Weather Station) only - the My AcuRite elevation setting does to not apply to PC Connect Display devices. Barometric pressure adjustments, that automatically set the elevation, are set directly in the PC Connect software.

How to change the elevation of the AcuRite Access

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

  2. Select Manage Devices.

  3. Select the device name.

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

  5. The elevation is set in step 3 of 4. From step 3 update the Elevation, select Next.

  6. Select Save to update.

The custom elevation has been applied and My AcuRite has automatically adjusted its barometric pressure.

Note

If you should change the device address location at a later date, you are prompted to either update the elevation to the new address or re-enter a custom elevation.

 

How to change the elevation of the AcuRite Access

  1. From the menu, select Settings > Devices.

    Each device added to your account is listed.

  2. From the device, select Edit.

  3. Update its Elevation setting.

  4. Select Save to update.

The custom elevation has been applied and My AcuRite has automatically adjusted its barometric pressure.

Note

If you should change the device address location at a later date, you are prompted to either update the elevation to the new address or re-enter a custom elevation.

 
 
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