Eton E1100 User's Manual

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E1100
O P E R AT I O N M A N UA L
A M / F M / S H O RT WAV E R A D I O
E1100 OPERATION MANUAL
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p.m., North American Pacific Time. 1-800-872-2228 from the U.S; 1800-637-1648 from Canada; 650-903-3866, worldwide; FAX: 650903-3867; web site, www.etoncorp.com; Etón Corporation , 1015
Corporation Way, Palo Alto, CA 94303, USA
WARNING
• Do not expose this appliance to rain or moisture.
• Do not submerge or expose for extended period to water.
• Protect from high humidity and rain.
• Only operate within specified temperature range (0 °C to 40 °C).
• Unplug immediately if liquid has been spilled or object have fallen
into the apparatus.
• Clean only with a dry cloth. Do not use detergents or chemical
solvents as this might damage the finish.
• Unplug and disconnect external antennas during lightning storms.
• Do not remove cover [or back].
• Refer servicing to qualified service personnel.
ENVIRONMENT
Disposal
According to the European Directive 2002/96/EC all electrical and electronic products must be collected separately by
a local collection system.
Please act according to your local rules and do not dispose
of your old products with your normal household waste.
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E1100 OPERATION MANUAL
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DIAGRAMS
E1100
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12 BANDS
AM/FM STEREO/SW CLOCK RECEIVER
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FM
88 - 108 MHz
AM 530 - 1710 MHz
S M 3.90 - 21.85 MHz
75m 3.90-4.00 60m 4.75-5.06 49m 5.95-6.20 41m 7.10-7.30 31m 9.50-9.90
25m 11.65-12.05 22m 13.60-13.80 19m 15.10-15.60 16m 17.55-17.90 13m 21.45-21.85
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E1100
Made in China
DIGITAL LCD FREQUENCY & CLOCK DISPLAY
DO NOT USE NEW
CAUTION:
AND OLD BATTERIES TOGETHER!
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UM3 AA 1 5V X 2
AL. ON/OFF
AL. SET
TIME SET
HOUR
MINUTE
LIGHT/SNOOZE
POWER/SLEEP
WORLD RECEIVER
FM
AM
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10
DIGITAL
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SW — 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
VOLUME
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TUNE
1. Speaker
2. Band Selector
3. SW Band Selector
4. Alarm ON/OFF/Lock
5. Alarm Set
6. Time Set
7. Hour Selector
8. Minute Selector
9. Tuning Control
10. Light/Snooze
11. Power/Sleep
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BUZZER
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DC IN 3V
RADIO
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4.
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EAR
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Kick-Stand Flap
Battery Compartment
Tuning Control
Buzzer/Radio
5. Volume Control
6. Earphone
7. AC Adaptor
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E1100 OPERATION MANUAL
BATTERIES
LISTENING TO FM, AM OR SW1-10
Remove the battery compartment cover by pushing it in the direction
of the arrow. Install two ‘AA’ batteries according to the polarity symbols (+ and -) marked next to the compartment. For easy removal,
place the batteries on top of the lift-out ribbon.
Select the FM, AM or SW1-10 band by using the band selector
switch. AM is shown as MW. Use the TUNE knob to tune the radio to
the desired frequency. If you are using an earphone to listen to FMstereo, the FM-stereo LED will light in the upper left corner. Note that
the frequency of the station appears in the display.
POWER ON/OFF AND SLEEP TIMER
Turn the radio on with the POWER/SLEEP button, on the right side of
the radio. A quick, short press engages the sleep timer with 60 minutes of playtime and the sleep timer symbol appears in the upper
right corner of the display. To select a different time, press the
POWER/SLEEP button immediately after the radio turns on, selecting
60, 45, 30, 15, 10, 05, 120, 90 or 75 minutes.
To defeat the sleep timer, turn on the radio by pressing the
POWER/SLEEP for about two seconds. To turn it off, press the
POWER/SLEEP button.
It’s normal for the display to become lit for about 5 seconds, every
time that a button is pressed, except with the RADIO/BUZZER button,
on the right side of the radio.
VOLUME
Use the volume knob, on the left side, to adjust the volume.
LISTENING TO SHORTWAVE
Shortwave allows listening to stations from around the world. During
the day, listen above 13 mHz. At night, listen below 13 mHz. To learn
more use the Internet or the two books below:
PASSPORT TO WORLD BAND RADIO Published by International
Broadcasting Services (IBS); IBS North America, Box 300, Penn’s
Park PA 18943. Phone: (215) 598-9018. www.passband.com.
WORLD RADIO TV HANDBOOK Published in the USA by
Watson-Guptill Publications, 770 Broadway, 7th Floor, New York,
NY 10003-9595. www.watsonguptill.com.
ANTENNA
For AM (MW) the radio uses an internal, directional, ferrite bar antenna. Rotate the radio for best reception.
For FM/SW, fully extend the telescopic antenna.
AC ADAPTOR (INCLUDED)
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The E1100 can be used with an AC adaptor that supplies an output
of 3 volts DC, negative polarity, 100 milliamperes or greater current.
To purchase this, visit www.etoncorp.com.
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E1100 OPERATION MANUAL
SETTING THE CLOCK
LIGHT/SNOOZE
The clock displays time in 12-hour format. With the radio turned on
or off, press TIME SET for two seconds. Within three seconds press the
HOUR and MINUTE buttons to set the correct hour and minutes. They
can be pressed with quick, short presses to advance slowly or they
can be kept pressed down to advance rapidly. When finished, release
the TIME SET button or wait until the digits stop flashing.
A quick press of the LIGHT button causes the display to be illuminated for about 5 seconds. Use a long press to permanently light the display (note that this causes increased battery usage). Press
LIGHT/SNOOZE again to turn it off.
SETTING THE ALARM
Select the BUZZER or RADIO setting on the right side of the radio.
With the radio turned on or off, press AL.SET for two seconds. Within
three seconds press the HOUR and MINUTE buttons to set the correct
hour and minutes. They can be pressed with quick, short presses to
advance slowly or they can be kept pressed down to advance rapidly.
When finished, release the AL.SET button or wait until the digits stop
flashing.
SWITCHING THE ALARM ON/OFF
With the radio turned on or off, press the AL. ON/OFF button. The
alarm activation symbol appears in the upper right corner of the LCD
and looks like a loudspeaker. Turn it off by pressing the AL. ON/OFF
button again and the symbol disappears.
While the alarm is on, pressing the SNOOZE button causes the alarm
to pause for about 10 minutes, and then continue. This can be repeated three times.
LOCK BUTTON
With the radio turned off, press this button for two seconds to lock it;
‘Hold’ appears in the display. Press the button again to unlock it; ‘UnH’ appears in the display.
IMPORTANT BATTERY INFORMATION
To minimize the possibility of battery acid leakage, only use high
quality alkaline, lithium or rechargeable nickel-metal-hydride batteries.
Never intermix old with new, or different brands or types of batteries.
Damage caused by battery acid leakage is not covered by this product’s warranty.
When the activated alarm turns the buzzer or the radio on, it can be
turned off by pressing the AL. ON/OFF button. This will cause the
loudspeaker symbol to disappear from the display.
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E1100 MANUEL D’UTILISATION
REGISTREMENT DE GARANTIE
ASSISTENZA PER IL PRODOTTO ACQUISTATO
L’enregistrement de votre produit doit être complété aussitôt que possible après achat ou réception pour s’assurer une couverture de
garantie complète ou des mises à jour de produit. Vous pouvex utiliser
une des options suivantes pour enregistrer votre produit :
1. En visitant notre site web http://www.etoncorp.com.
2. En envoyant la carte de garantie incluse par la poste.
3. Envoyez votre carte d’enregistrement ou information à l’adresse
suivante ; Incluez votre nom, adresse postale complète, numéro
de téléphone, modèle acheté, date d’achat, nom de détaillant et
numéro de série du produit (typiquement mis dans ou près du
compartiment de piles) :
Pour obtenir du service de votre produit, on recommande de contacter avant tout un représentant de service Etón au 800-872-2228 ÉU,
800-637-1648 Canada ou (650) 903-3866 pour déterminer le problème et trouver les pannes. Si du service additionnel est requis, le personnel technique vous informera comment procéder dépendamment
si la radio est toujours sous garantie ou a besoin de service hors
garantie.
Etón Corporation
1015 Corporation Way
Palo Alto, CA 94303 USA
GARANTIE LIMITÉE
Gardez l’information de garantie de votre carte de garantie avec votre
preuve d’achat ou l’information de Garantie limitée peut être aussi
vue sur www.etoncorp.com.
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GARANTIE – Une autorisation de retour sera émise avec des instructions pour l’expédition à un établissement de réparations de garanties
autorisé si votre produit est toujours sous garantie et que le représentant de service Etón détermine que du service sous garantie est requis. Ne renvoyez pas votre radio sans obtenir le numéro d’autorisation de retour.
HORS-GARANTIE – Si votre produit n’est plus sous garantie et
nécessite du service, notre personnel technique vous référera à l’établissement de réparations le plus proche qui pourra réparer votre produit le mieux.
Pour le service hors de l’Amérique du nord, référez-vous SVP à l’information de distributeur incluse au moment de l’achat/réception.
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