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Question about h13726a
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Hi,

sorry for posting this here, but I have no idea where else to ask this question. I have the Auriol h13726a, and I just don't understand one thing. On it's display, things flash until they have connection with sensor. However, atmospheric pressure history graph keeps flashing all the time. Rain history - does not. This totally bugs me all the time.

Anyone have any idea what's going on?
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(16-05-2020, 15:11)SimplyQQ Wrote: Hi,

sorry for posting this here, but I have no idea where else to ask this question. I have the Auriol h13726a, and I just don't understand one thing. On it's display, things flash until they have connection with sensor. However, atmospheric pressure history graph keeps flashing all the time. Rain history - does not. This totally bugs me all the time.

Anyone have any idea what's going on?

Hi, in the atmospheric pressure graphic bars you can see the bars appearing from -4 column to 0 ( -4,-3,-2,-1,0) , is a kind of motion from left to the right ,where the -4 indicate the pressure that it was 4 hrs before and 0 means the actual value ( right now). Also if u see above that graphic bars there is a weather representation, clouds , sun, rainy clouds and so on, that are moving also ( or flashing as you said ). This is just how the display works normally . You should have been read in the manual . So nothing weird.
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