Remote Monitoring Color Weather Station

Remote Monitoring
Color Weather Station
Welcome!
Congratulations on your new Professional Weather Station and welcome to
the La Crosse Technology family! This product was designed with you in mind
by our hometown team of weather enthusiasts based in La Crosse, Wisconsin.
Instructional Manual
Model: V10-TH
DC: 101117
www.lacrossetechnology.com/V10-TH
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Table of Contents
3
Step 1: Power Up
14
Temperature | Humidity Trend Arrows
3
Step 2: Station Options
14
Daily HI | LO Temperatures
3
Step 3: Mounting Basics
15
Seasonal Changes in Foliage
4
Option 1: Connect with La Crosse View
15
Backlight Brightness
4
Wi-Fi Network Requirements
15
Low Battery Icons
5
La Crosse View
16
Sensor ID | Sensor Search
6
La Crosse View Enhancements
16
Delete Your Sensor ID
7
New Data Stream Technology
17
Factory Reset
7
Simple Status Messages
17
Detailed Sensor Setup and Mounting
9
Connect Additional Sensors to Your
La Crosse View™ App
18
Help Us, Help You
18
Let’s Be Social
19
Specifications
10
Option 2: Standalone Station
10
Settings Menu
11
Your Station’s Features:
Connected or Standalone
12
HI | LO Temperature/Humidity Records
21
FCC Statement
12
Reset HI | LO Temperature/Humidity Records
21
Canada Statement
13
Alerts: Temperature | Humidity
13
Disarm Alerts
14
Active Alerts
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20 Care and Maintenance
20 Warranty and Support
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STEP 1. Power Up
Insert the batteries:
Note: Batteries are not included.
• 2-AA batteries into thermo-hygro sensor
• 5 volt power cord (required) into your weather station
*3-AA batteries for optional backup of your time and date
*Battery operation only, station will not update sensor or Wi-Fi data. Power cord is required.
ST E P 2 : St a t i on O p t i ons
OPT IO N 1
CO N NE CT W I T H LA C R OSSE VI EW™ AP P
The easiest and fastest way to setup your station!
• Enjoy all of the standalone station features along with the enhanced feature set from your
La Crosse View™ app! Continue with these instructions on page 4.
OPTIO N 2
O P ER AT E AS A STANDALONE STATION
Full Weather Station Features
• Monitor your backyard temperature, and humidity information on the easy-to-read LCD display.
Continue with these instructions on page 9.
• You always have the option of connecting to the La Crosse View™ app at a later time if you choose.
ST E P 3: Mount i n g Ba s i c s
At this time, all of your sensor information should be displayed on your station.
Here are a few quick tips for mounting your sensor:
THERM O -H YG R O
Keep out of direct sunlight & ensure the sensor is well-ventilated.
• We recommend mounting under a deck or eave facing north.
For detailed sensor setup and mounting instructions, see page 17.
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Option 1: Connect with La Crosse View™
DOWN LOA D
• Visit the App Store or Google Play Store to download the free La Crosse View™ app on your mobile device.
CH E CK YO U R N ETWOR K
• Confirm that your mobile device is connected to a 2.4GHz (802.11 b/g/n) Wi-Fi band before trying to connect
your station to the La Crosse View app. The station itself cannot accept 5GHz Wi-Fi bands that most
dual-band routers offer. Dual band routers also have a 2.4GHz channel.
MAKE SURE YOUR STATION IS READY TO CONNECT
• When connecting to the app, ensure the Wi-Fi Indicator icon is blinking.
• Solid: Indicates that you are connected to Wi-Fi
• Slow Flash: Searching for connection
• Not displayed: Not Connected
• If your Wi-Fi icon is not displayed, hold the + & - buttons together until it begins to flash.
• For detailed information about all of this station’s icons, see page 11.
L AU N C H
• Open the app on your iOS or Android device.
FOL LOW I N ST R U CTIONS
• The La Crosse View™ app will walk you through creating an account and connecting your station to the
Internet. Once connected, your time, date, and local forecast information will update instantly on your
weather station’s screen. For online support: http://www.lacrossetechnology.com/lacrosseviewsupport
Wi-Fi Network Requirements
In order for your station to connect to your Wi-Fi, it will need to meet the following requirements:
• Confirm that your mobile device is connected to a 2.4GHz (802.11 b/g/n) channel of a dual band, Wi-Fi net
work before trying to connect your station to the La Crosse View app. The station itself cannot accept
5 GHz Wi-Fi bands.
• Weather station power cord use is required for Wi-Fi connection.
iOS Requirements: Mobile device with iOS 9.0 (or higher) with cellular or Wi-Fi service
Android Requirements: Mobile device with Android OS 5.0 (or higher) with cellular or Wi-Fi service
Tips:
• Do not use public Wi-Fi networks.
• Your weather station and mobile device must be within 10 feet of each other during setup.
• If you change your Wi-Fi network, simply go into the La Crosse View™ app, select your station, and then
choose “Select Wi-Fi” from the app menu. Here, you will just need to enter your new Wi-Fi network’s login
information.
• Hold the PLUS and MINUS buttons together for 3 seconds to have your station search for your Wi-Fi.
• If you have connection issues, Hold the ALERTS and LIGHT buttons together for 5 seconds to complete a
factory restart.
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Note: If switching to a new Wi-Fi network, your station may take up to 3 minutes to reacquire all sensor
information.
Note: In the event of a power outage, or your station being unplugged temporarily, your station should
automatically reconnect to your existing Wi-Fi network, once power is reestablished.
Note: Weather station power cord use is required. Battery operation only will not update sensor or Wi-Fi data.
Connecting You to Your Home Anytime, Anywhere.
O N - T H E - G O HOM E M ON ITORIN G
• Check Current Indoor & Outdoor Readings, View History Charts, and Set Custom Mobile Alerts.
F R I E N D S & F A M I LY S H A RED ACCO UNTS
• No Need to Share Logins or Passwords! Invite Friends & Family to Download the App & Monitor Your
Home’s Data.
B E S T I N C L A S S A PP EX PERIEN CE
• Use Your Own Photos and Receive Free Push Notifications on the New, Easy-to-Navigate App
NEW DATA STREAM TECHNOLOGY
• Add your own personal messages or NWS data feeds from your La Crosse View™ app, that will show on
your station.
ADD OTHER SENSORS TO YOUR LA CROSSE VIEW™ APP
• You can add additional Temperature & Humidity, Wind Speed, Rain, or Multi-Sensors to your La Crosse View™
app, easily expanding your coverage to all areas of your home.
• Your weather station will act as a Wi-Fi gateway, allowing these additional sensors to pass through the station
and show their data on your La Crosse View™ app.
• Add-on sensor data will, however, not be shown directly on your weather station.
• For more help connecting additional sensors, see page 9.
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La Crosse View™ Enhancements
NWS (National Weather Service) Daily HI | LO temperature
Note: When not using the app, the daily HI | LO will come
from your outdoor TH sensor.
NWS Chance of Precipitation
The letters NWS will show in the forecast area
NWS Additional Forecast Icons
Standard Icons:
Sunny • Partly Sunny • Clouds • Rain • T-Storm • Snow
Additional Icons:
Windy • Light Rain • Severe T-Storm • Light Snow
Wintry Mix • Blizzard • Fog • Ice
Standard Forecast Icons:
Sunny
Partly Sunny
FORECAST
FORECAST
Clouds
Rain
FORECAST
FORECAST
T-Storm
Snow
FORECAST
FORECAST
Note: Snow icon will show when the outdoor temperature is 32°F or lower and the forecast is Rain or T-Storm.
NWS Additional Forecast Icons:
When your station is connected to the NWS, you will see the six icons above (with precipitation added) as well
as the additional eight icons here:
Light Rain
Windy
NWS
FORECAST
NWS
Severe T-Storm
FORECAST
NWS
FORECAST
Light Snow
NWS
Fog
NWS
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FORECAST
FORECAST
Wintry Mix
NWS
FORECAST
Blizzard
NWS
FORECAST
Blizzard
Ice
NWS
FORECAST
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New Data Stream Technology
Use the Data Stream Menu in the La Crosse View™ app to select up to 3 items to stream on your station.
1. Open the La Crosse View™ app and select your station.
2. Scroll down to the Data Stream section and press the blue icon.
3. Follow the app’s instructions to add the “Data Stream” you’d like displayed on your station
Allow a few minutes for all the data to update on your station.
Data Stream Items:
National Weather Service (NWS)
• Selectable Forecast on Your Display
(Wind, Snow, & Sky Conditions, probability of Thunderstorms, Hail or Tornados)
Personal Message
• Enter Up to 20 Characters for Special Events or Reminders
Note: Allow up to 10 minutes for new Data Stream selections to appear on your station.
Simple Status Messages
Your station has built-in status messages for your
convenience. Press and release the SET button to view.
Note: Only one relevant status message will display.
“ALL OK CONNECTED”
• Your station is connected, there are no problems.
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“LOST Wi-Fi”
• Check your power cord connection.
(power cord required to connect)
• When trying to reestablish your station’s Wi-Fi
connection, be sure your mobile device is on
the same 2.4GHz network you want your station
to use.
• Check your network connection.
• Hold the + and - buttons together for 3 seconds to
search for Wi-Fi.
“NO CONNECT APP SERVER”
• The Wi-Fi router connection is working.
• Check your connection to the La Crosse View app.
• Is there an update to install?
“NO NIST SERVER”
• This indicates an error on the NIST server.
• Your time will be maintained by your weather station
until the NIST updates resume.
• The NIST will resolve this.
• Very rare to have this error.
“NO NWS SERVER”
• This indicates an error on the NWS server.
• NWS Expanded Forecast, and selected data streams
will not update or show.
• The NWS will resolve this.
• Very rare to have this error.
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Connect Additional Sensors to Your La Crosse View™ App
DID YOU KNOW?
You can expand your system’s coverage with additional sensors (sold separately). These add-on sensors will use
your weather station as a gateway to the La Crosse View app, where their data can be viewed and tracked 24/7
from anywhere.
Note: The number of sensors or stations you can add will be limited by the memory of your mobile device.
Expand your coverage:
• Your baby’s room
• Your wine cellar
• Your basement
• Your attic
• Your garage
Just add a sensor and use your La Crosse View™ app to monitor its data anywhere on-the-go.
Add Sensors:
Open your La Crosse View™ app to add sensors.
1. From Main Menu - select “Devices” under “Add/Edit”
2. On Edit Devices page - select “ADD DEVICE”
3. Scan Device ID - Scan the bar code on your sensor or choose “ADD MANUALLY” to type in the number on
the bar code. Select “CONTINUE”.
4. On Confirm Device page - Confirm the sensor image and select “YES”
5. On Enter Device and Location Name page - enter Device Name and select a location or enter a Location
Name for your sensor. Select “DONE”.
Repeat steps 1-5 for any additional sensors you wish to add.
Note: Additional sensors may be purchased and added to your La Crosse View™ app at any time. Compatible
additional sensors start with the letters “LTV-”. Always check your product page for available sensors:
www.lacrossetechnology.com/V10-TH
For support and guidance of your La Crosse View™ app, please visit:
www.lacrossetechnology.com/lacrosseviewsupport
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Option 2: Standalone Station
When operating as a standalone station, you can manually adjust your stations settings
Note: When using the La Crosse View™ app, time and date will be set automatically.
Settings Menu
1. Hold the SET button for 3 seconds to enter settings menu.
2. Press and release the + or - buttons to adjust the flashing values. Hold to adjust quickly.
3. Press and release the SET button to confirm and move to the next item.
Note: Press and release the LIGHT button anytime to exit settings.
Settings menu order:
BEEP ON | OFF
12 | 24 Hour Time
Hour
Minutes
Year
Month
Date
Temp °F | °C
1. BEEP ON | OFF
2. 12/24 hour format
3. Hour
4. Minutes
5. Year
6. Month
7. Date
8. Temperature Fahrenheit | Celsius
Note: SEE APP TO CONNECT will show as a reminder to
connect to La Crosse View™ (optional).
• Press the LIGHT button to exit Settings Menu.
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Connection
Prompt
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Your Station’s Features - Standalone or Connected
NWS Forecast Information:
Precipitation, HI | LO, etc.
Trend Arrows
Weather Forecast Icons
Fahrenheit or Celsius - Temperature
Wi-Fi Connection Icon
Percentage - Relative Humidity
Low Battery Icons
Sensor Reception Icon
Standalone stations can only display
time and date information as shown here
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Relative Humidity Icon
Temperature Icon
Connected stations offer the ability to
display custom data, controlled with the
La Crosse View™ app
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HI | LO Temperature/Humidity Records
Press and release the TEMP button to view your HI
and LO records with time and date of occurrence.
A new HI or LO record will replace the existing record.
Viewing order:
• Outdoor HI Temp with Time/Date
• Outdoor LO Temp with Time/Date
• Outdoor HI Humidity with Time/Date
• Outdoor LO Humidity with Time/Date
• Indoor HI Temp with Time/Date
• Indoor LO Temp with Time/Date
• Indoor HI Humidity with Time/Date
• Indoor LO Humidity with Time/Date
• Outdoor Heat Index
• Outdoor Dew Point
Reset HI | LO
Temperature/Humidity Records
1. Press the TEMP button to view individual readings.
2. Hold the MINUS button for five seconds to reset the
individual value.
3. HI | LO reading will reset to current temperature,
humidity, and current time/date.
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Alerts: Temperature | Humidity
Programmable Temperature and Humidity alerts keep you on top of changing conditions.
To set alerts:
1. Hold the ALERTS button to enter alert set mode
2. Outdoor LOW temperature alert OFF will show.
3. If you wish to set this alert value, press the + or – buttons to arm this alert (ON).
4. When the alert is armed (ON) press and release the ALERTS button and the alert value will flash.
5. Press the + or – buttons to change the alert value.
6. Press the ALERTS button to confirm and move to the next alert.
7. If you do not wish to set an alert, press the ALERTS button again to move the next alert.
(When the alert is OFF (disarmed) press ALERTS button to skip setting that alert value).
Note: Press the LIGHT button at any time to exit.
Alert Setting Order:
• Outdoor LOW Temperature
• Outdoor HIGH Temperature
• Outdoor LOW Humidity
• Outdoor HIGH Humidity
• Indoor LOW Temperature
• Indoor HIGH Temperature
• Indoor LOW Humidity
• Indoor HIGH Humidity
Disarm Alerts
1. Hold the ALERTS button 3 seconds to enter alert set mode.
2. Press and release ALERTS button until you see the alert you wish to disarm.
3. Press the +/- buttons to disarm the alert. The alert text goes from ON to OFF.
4. Press the LIGHT button to exit.
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Active Alerts
• When armed alert value is reached, station will beep 5 times each minute, until out of alert range.
• The flashing alert icon will indicate the type of alert HI or LO.
• Press any button to stop the alert from sounding.
• The alert icon will continue flashing while alert value is in alert range.
• Disarm the alert to stop the alert entirely.
Temperature | Humidity Trend Arrows
Your temperature and humidity trend arrows update every 15 minutes. The trend reflects changes over the past
one hour period.
UP ARROW: For this to show, the temperature will have to rise by 2°F (1°C), or the humidity go up by
3%RH or more within the current hour.
DOWN ARROW: For this to show, the temperature will have to fall by 2°F (1°C), or the humidity drop by
3%RH or more within the current hour.
Daily HI | LO Temperatures
• When your station is connected to the La Crosse View™ app, you will see NWS FORECAST over the HI | LO
temperatures.
• This indicates the daily HI | LO values displayed are from the National Weather Service.
• When you operate your station as a standalone unit, the daily HI | LO readings come directly from your
outdoor sensor.
• The daily HI | LO temperatures cannot be reset.
Note: When connected and receiving NWS forecast information, your daily HI and LO temperature readings will
oftentimes not match those recorded from your sensor, and therefore will differ from the records in your
La Crosse View™ app.
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Seasonal Changes in Foliage
The tree foliage will change seasonally on your weather station. The dates are programmed into your
weather station for an automatic foliage change.
Spring
Summer
March 20th – June 20th
June 21st – Sept. 20th
Autumn
Winter
Sept. 21st – Dec 20th
Dec 21st – Mar 19th
Backlight Brightness (5 levels)
Your station has 5 levels of brightness for the backlight:
• When operating with the power cord press and release the LIGHT button to adjust the backlight:
Intensity Levels: 0% | 3% | 20% | 50% | 100%
• When operating on battery power only, press the LIGHT button to activate the backlight for
10 seconds at 100%.
Low Battery Icons
• Battery by Outdoor Temperature, replace batteries in your Thermo-Hygro sensor.
• Battery by Indoor Temperature, replace batteries in your station.
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Sensor ID | Sensor Search
Each of your sensors has an individual ID number, located on its bar code.
This sensor ID is visible on your station by pressing the SENSOR button.
View ID numbers:
• Press and release the SENSOR button to view individual station and sensor ID numbers. All other information
will disappear temporarily.
Search for all sensors:
• While viewing sensor ID, hold the SENSOR button for 3 seconds to search for all sensors.
• The station will search for all sensor ID numbers on the station.
• The sensor reception icon will flash for each sensor while searching.
• The sensor reception icon will be solid when sensor signal is acquired.
• Allow up to 3 minutes to receive sensor signal.
View Sensor ID Number
Deleted Sensor ID Number
Delete Your Sensor ID
In the rare event you need to replace your sensor, you will first need to delete the old sensor ID from your
station and remove batteries from your old sensor.
1. Remove batteries from your old sensor.
2. Press and release the SENSOR button to view your sensor ID number.
3. While viewing your sensor ID, hold the MINUS button for 5 seconds to delete your old sensor ID. Dashes
will show for the ID number.
4. Your station will search for a new sensor.
5. Install batteries in your new sensor and allow up to three minutes for your new sensor readings and ID to
appear on your station.
Note: When replacing your Thermo-hygro sensor, press the TX button (under the battery cover) to send a signal
immediately.
TX
F/C
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Factory Reset
A factory restart of your station will remove your sensor ID numbers and Wi-Fi settings and return your station
to its default settings and “out of the box” condition. This may resolve connection issues with your sensors or
Wi-Fi.
1. Hold the ALERTS and LIGHT button together for 5 seconds.
2. Your station will reset and search for your sensor.
3. Allow up to 3 minutes to reacquire your sensor.
4. You will need to reconnect to your La Crosse View™ app by following the steps on page 4.
Detailed Sensor Set Up and Mounting
LTV-TH2 Thermo-Hygro Sensor
1. Install 2-AA batteries according to polarity and replace battery cover.
Mounting:
1. Use the hole at the top to hang your sensor from the back using a nail. Or, insert one mounting screw through
the front of your sensor.
2. Mount your sensor on a north-facing wall or in any shaded area. Under an eave or deck rail is preferred.
3. The maximum wireless transmission range to the weather station is up to 400 feet (121 meters) in open air,
not including walls or floors.
4. Be sure your sensor is mounted vertically, to allow moisture to drain out properly.
Note: Watch sensor mounting video: http://bit.ly/TH_SensorMounting
Hole for
mounting
∙ Press TX to send a signal
+
∙ Press F/C to select Fahrenheit
or Celsius display on sensor.
-
F/C
-
TX
AA +
AA
LED Light
Battery Cover
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V10-TH
1. Insert the power cord into a wall outlet, then into your station.
Optional: Insert 3 AA batteries into your station to maintain time/date in the event of a power outage.
Mounting:
1. Place your station near an outlet. Power cord is required for operation.
2. Use the mounting holes on the back to place your station on a wall.
3. Use the pull down stand on the back of your station to place on a desk or counter.
4. Your station should remain in good Wi-Fi range of your wireless router to use all of the remote monitoring
features the La Crosse View™ app has to offer.
For more information on manually setting you weather station see page 10.
-
+
+
Power
Cord
-
-
AA
AA +
AA
Optional
Help Us, Help You!
If you have ideas for features or support solutions you’d like to see us make, please let us know!
We truly want to make owning a La Crosse Technology product not only a practical experience, but also a fun
one. So email us at: store@lacrossetechnology.com
Let’s Be Social!
Follow us on our social media outlets for the latest promotions, product support, and awesome giveaways.
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Specifications
Indoor
Temperature Range:
32°F to 122°F (0°C to 50°C)
Humidity Range:
10% RH to 99%RH
Thermo-hygro Sensor
Temperature Range:
Humidity Range:
Transmission Range: -40°F to 140°F (-40°C to 60°C)
Note: Temperatures below -20°F (-29°C) require Lithium batteries in the
outdoor sensor.
10% RH to 99%RH
Up to 400 feet (121 meters) in open air, RF 915 MHz
Wi-Fi
Transmission:
RF 2.4 GHz Power
V10-TH Station:
Optional Battery Backup:
LTV-TH2 Thermo-hygro Sensor:
5.0 Volt 600mA power cord included (Required)
AC6 HX06-0500600-AU-001 Input: 100-240V 0.3A 50/60Hz
3-AA batteries backup for time and date. Batteries not included
2-AA batteries not included
Battery Life
V10-TH Station:
48-60 months with power cord use
LTV-TH2 Sensor:
over 24 months with reputable batteries.
Dimensions
V10-TH Station:
7.80” L x 1.23” W x 6.44” H (19.81cm L x 3.12 cm W x 16.35cm H)
LTV-TH2 Thermo-hygro Sensor:
1.97” L x 0.75” W x 5.73” H (5.0cm L x 1.91cm W x 14.55cm H)
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Care and Maintenance
• Do not mix old and new batteries.
• Do not mix Alkaline, Standard, Lithium, or Rechargeable Batteries.
• Always purchase the correct size and grade of battery most suitable for intended use.
• Replace all batteries of a set at the same time.
• Clean the battery contacts and also those of the device prior to battery installation.
• Ensure the batteries are installed with correct polarity (+ and -).
• Remove batteries from equipment when it is not used for an extended period of time.
• Promptly remove expired batteries.
Warranty and Support
La Crosse Technology, Ltd. provides a 1-year limited time warranty (from date of purchase) on this product
relating to manufacturing defects in materials & workmanship.
Before returning a product, please contact our friendly customer support with questions or visit our online help:
Phone: 1-844-200-8752
Online Product Support and Registration: www.lacrossetechnology.com/support
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FCC Statement
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to part 15 of the FCC Rules.
These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential installation. This equipment
generates, uses and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instructions, may cause
harmful interference to radio communications. However, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular
installation.
If this equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or television reception, which can be determined by turning the equipment
off and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or more of the following measures:
• Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.
• Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver.
• Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the receiver is connected.
• Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help.
This device must not be co-located or operating in conjunction with any other antenna or transmitter.
Operation is subject to the following two conditions:
(1) This device may not cause harmful interference, and
(2) This device must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause undesired operation.
Caution!
The manufacturer is not responsible for any radio or TV interference caused by unauthorized changes or modifications to this
equipment. Such changes or modifications could void the user authority to operate the equipment.
This equipment must be installed and operated in accordance with provided instructions and the antenna(s) used for this transmitter
must be installed to provide a separation distance of at least 20 cm from all persons and must not be co-located or operating in conjunction with any other antenna or transmitter
All rights reserved. This manual may not be reproduced in any form, even in part, or duplicated or processed using electronic,
mechanical or chemical process without the written permission of the publisher. This booklet may contain errors or misprints.
The information it contains is regularly checked and corrections are included in subsequent editions. We disclaim any responsibility
for any technical error or printing error, or their consequences.
All trademarks and patents are recognized.
Canada Statement
This device complies with Industry Canada’s licence-exempt RSSs. Operation is subject to the following two conditions:
(1) This device may not cause interference; and
(2) This device must accept any interference, including interference that may cause undesired operation of the device.
Le présent appareil est conforme aux CNR d’Industrie Canada applicables aux appareils radio exempts de licence.
L’exploitation est autorisée aux deux conditions suivantes :
(1) l’appareil ne doit pas produire de brouillage;
(2) l’utilisateur de l’appareil doit accepter tout brouillage radioélectrique subi, même si le brouillage est susceptible d’en
compromettre le fonctionnement.
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