Honeywell Unveils 1st NOAA Home Weather Product
Hideki markets Honeywell brand product with NOAA Emergency Alert at CES.
January 05, 2007 by Rachel Cericola” title=“Hideki Electronics, Inc.”>Hideki Electronics, Inc. has announced the introduction of the first home weather station to add NOAA Emergency Alert Systems to complete home and area environmental condition monitoring.

View more of our CES special coverage The new Honeywell Emergency Alert Home Weather Station (TN924W) is one of several new Honeywell branded products, which will be unveiled by Hideki Electronics, the U.S. marketer of the Honeywell brand of weather products in North America.

For the first public appearance of the new Honeywell products, Hideki secured an ideal position at The 2007 International Consumer Electronics Show, which is held in Las Vegas, January 8 through 11.

The product offers rain, wind, forecasting, atomic time, and up to eight wireless indoor and outdoor sensors that have a range up to 300 feet, the NOAA with S.A.M.E. is the only complete Weather Station available with this feature.

  • $349.99
  • Large high-resolution backlit LCD
  • Broadcasts National Weather Service forecasts & Amber Alerts
  • Stores over 200 weather records
  • Equipped with atomic radio reception
  • Choice of six different languages
  • Icons indicate weather conditions

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Rachel Cericola - Contributing Writer
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