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RADIO CONTROLLED ALARM CLOCK
Operation and Safety Notes
Z30239A-BS
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Table of Contents
Proper Use .............................................................................. Page
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Description of Parts ........................................................ Page
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Technical data ...................................................................... Page
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General Safety Information ................................... Page
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Safety Instructions for Batteries ................................................... Page
Preparing the product for use............................... Page 10
Operation
Receiving the MSF radio time signal .......................................... Page
Setting the time manually ............................................................ Page
Switching the alarm on and off .................................................. Page
Using the snooze function ........................................................... Page
Resetting the settings ................................................................... Page
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Cleaning and Maintenance...................................... Page 14
Disposal..................................................................................... Page 15
Information
Declaration of Conformity........................................................... Page 16
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Proper Use / Description of Parts
Radio Controlled Alarm Clock
Proper Use
The device is intended for use indoors at normal room temperatures
only. The device is not intended for commercial use.
Description of Parts
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SNOOZE / LIGHT button
Coloured indicator
ALARM rotary control
M.SET button
REC button
Battery 1.5 V , AA
Battery compartment cover
ALARM switch ON / OFF
Speaker
RESET button
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Technical data / General Safety Information
Technical data
MSF radio time signal
Battery type: 2 Batteries 1.5 V
, AA (included with product)
General Safety Information
DANGER TO LIFE AND
ACCIDENT HAZARD FOR TODDLERS AND
SMALL CHILDREN! Never allow children to play
unsupervised with the packaging material. There is a danger
of suffocation from the packaging material. Children should
be kept away from the product at all times. This is not a toy.
Children or persons who lack the knowledge or experience to use
the device or whose physical, sensory or intellectual capacities
are limited must never be allowed to use the device without
supervision or instruction by a person responsible for their safety.
DANGER TO LIFE! Batteries can be
swallowed, which may represent a danger to life. If a battery
has been swallowed, medical help is required immediately.
Never take the device apart. Unsatisfactory repairs can lead
to considerable danger for the user. Have repairs carried out
by a suitably qualified or experienced specialist.
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General Safety Information
Safety Instructions for Batteries
Remove the batteries from the device if they have not been
used for a long period.
CAUTION! DANGER OF EXPLOSION! The
batteries must never be recharged!
When inserting the battery, ensure the correct polarity! This is
shown in the battery compartment.
If necessary, clean the battery and device contacts before
inserting the battery.
Remove a spent battery immediately from the device. There is
an increased danger of leaks!
If you disregard the above instructions and advice, your batteries
may discharge beyond their minimum voltage, thus increasing the
chance of leakage. If the batteries in your device leak, remove
them immediately to prevent the device from being damaged.
Batteries must not be disposed of in the normal domestic waste!
Every consumer is legally obliged to dispose of batteries in
the proper manner!
Keep batteries away from children. Do not throw batteries into
a fire. Never short-circuit them or take them apart.
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General Safety … / Preparing the product for use
Avoid contact with the skin, eyes and mucous membranes.
Any parts of the body coming into contact with battery acid
should be rinsed off with copious amounts of water and / or
a doctor contacted if necessary!
The batteries may explode if they have been
improperly replaced. Ensure that only batteries of the same
type are used.
Preparing the product for use
Carefully remove the battery compartment cover 7 by gently
pressing the button on the cover downwards.
Remove the battery insulation strip from between the battery
and the contact. The bottom battery is for moving the hands,
while the upper battery powers the light. The alarm clock
sounds once and automatically starts the radio time signal
reception process.
Note: Reception may be considerably reduced by obstructions
(e.g. concrete walls) or sources of interference (e.g. other
electrical devices). In the event of reception problems, change the
position of the alarm clock (e.g. to somewhere near a window).
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Preparing the product for use / Operation
Radio Signal (MSF):
The MSF radio time signal supplies the accurate and reliable time for
the United Kingdom. The MSF radio time signal, which is broadcast
from the transmitter in Anthorn, Cumbria (England), is available
24 hours a day and can be received up to 1,500 km from Anthorn.
The signal operates on a frequency of 60 kHz and can be used to
control radio-controlled alarm clocks.
Note: After the alarm clock has received the MSF signal, the
appropriate time zone is set automatically.
Operation
Receiving the MSF radio time signal
The alarm clock automatically starts to search for the MSF radio
time signal when the batteries 6 are inserted. This process takes
about 12 minutes to complete. As soon as the radio alarm clock has
synchronised, it displays the time from the MSF radio time signal. If
synchronisation is not successful, the display stops at “12:00” until
the radio alarm clock receives a signal again.
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Operation
The reception of the MSF radio time signal by the alarm clock can
also be started manually.
Press and keep pressed the REC button 5 for a short while.
The alarm now starts to receive a signal again.
Note: If the alarm clock was not able to receive the MSF radio
time signal because of data errors, e.g. due your location to being
at too great a distance from the transmitter or for other reasons,
you can set the time manually.
Setting the time manually
Press the M.SET button 4 for at least 3 seconds. The alarm
clock switches into manual mode.
Press and keep pressed the M.SET button 4 again until the
hands reach the correct position for you to set the time. Release
the M.SET button 4 when the hands have reached the desired
position.
Briefly pressing the M.SET button 4 moves the hands forward
in one minute steps to enable you to set the current time manually.
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Operation
Switching the alarm on and off
Switch the alarm function on by moving the ALARM switch
ON / OFF 8 to the ON position. When the alarm is switched
on, the coloured indicator 2 turns up green. When the alarm
is switched off, the coloured indicator 2 turns up red.
Turn the ALARM rotary control 3 to set the alarm time. The
alarm sounds for approx. 2 minutes when the set alarm time is
reached.
Using the snooze function
Press the SNOOZE / LIGHT button 1 to activate the snooze
function. The light on the back of the device illuminates for
about 3 seconds.
Press the SNOOZE / LIGHT button 1 when the alarm signal
sounds. The light on the back of the device illuminates for about
3 seconds. The alarm signal stops sounding for approx. 5 minutes.
The alarm sounds again after approx. 5 minutes.
Note: You can also activate the snooze function using the movement
sensor. The sensor can be triggered approx. 1 cm in front of the
device. To ensure that the movement sensor works properly, you
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Operation / Cleaning and Maintenance
should not have any other objects within 30 cm of the front of the
alarm clock.
Resetting the settings
Press the RESET button 10 to reset the radio clock settings.
Alternatively, remove the batteries 6 from the device and
insert them again. The radio alarm clock now automatically
starts to search for the MSF radio time signal.
Note: Press the button with a pointed object (e.g. pencil).
Cleaning and Maintenance
The device should only be cleaned on the outside with a soft
dry cloth.
Remove the batteries if the alarm clock is not going to be used
for a while.
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Disposal
Disposal
The packaging is made entirely of recyclable materials,
which you may dispose of at local recycling facilities.
Contact your local refuse disposal authority for more details of
how to dispose of your worn-out product.
To help protect the environment, please dispose of the
product properly when it has reached the end of its
useful life and not in the household waste. Information
on collection points and their opening hours can be
obtained from your local authority.
Faulty or used batteries must be recycled in accordance with
Directive 2006 / 66 / EC. Please return the batteries and / or the
device to the available collection points.
Environmental damage through incorrect
disposal of the batteries!
Batteries may not be disposed of with the usual domestic waste.
They may contain toxic heavy metals and are subject to hazardous
waste treatment rules and regulations. The chemical symbols for heavy
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Disposal / Information
metals are as follows: Cd = cadmium, Hg = mercury, Pb = lead. That
is why you should dispose of used batteries at a local collection point.
Information
Declaration of Conformity
We, Milomex Ltd., c / o Milomex Services, Hilltop Cottage, Barton
Road, Pulloxhill, Bedfordshire, MK45 5HP, UK, hereby declare
under our sole responsibility that the product: Radio controlled alarm
clock, Model No.: Z30239A-BS, Z30239B-BS, Z30239C-BS,
Version: 09 / 2011, to which this declaration refers, complies with
the standards / normative documents of 1999 / 5 / EC.
The complete Declaration of Conformity can be viewed at
www.milomex.com.
EMC
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Milomex Ltd.
c / o Milomex Services
Hilltop Cottage
Barton Road
Pulloxhill
Bedfordshire
MK45 5HP
UK
© by ORFGEN Marketing
Model No.: Z30239A-BS, Z30239B-BS, Z30239C-BS
Version: 09 / 2011
Last Information Update: 09 / 2011
Ident.-No.: Z30239A / B / C-BS092011-6
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