Instruction manual | Acu-Rite 615 Weather Radio User Manual

Instruction Manual
Weather Center
model 00615
CONTENTS
Unpacking Instructions............ 2
Package Contents................... 2
Product Registration................ 2
Features & Benefits: 3-in-1........ 3
Features: Display Unit............. 4
Setup..................................... 6
3-in-1 Sensor Setup................. 6
Display Unit Setup.................. 7
Atomic Clock.......................... 8
Set Time, Date & Units............. 8
Sensor & Display Placement.... 9
3-in-1 Sensor Installation.........10
Using the Weather Center...... 11
Weather Ticker......................12
Troubleshooting.....................14
Care & Maintenance..............16
Specifications.........................16
FCC Information....................16
Customer Support..................17
Warranty..............................17
Questions? Contact Customer Support at
(877) 221-1252 or visit www.AcuRite.com.
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Unpacking Instructions
Remove the protective film that is applied to the LCD screen prior to using this
product. Locate the tab and peel off to remove.
Package Contents
1. Display unit
2. Tabletop stand
2. 3-in-1 sensor
3. Sensor mounting bracket
4. Mounting hardware
5. Instruction Manual
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Features & Benefits
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3-in-1 SENSOR
5. M
ounting Hardware
Includes anchors and screws.
1. T emperature & Humidity Sensors
6. Mounting Bracket
(internal)
7. A
-B-C Switch (not shown)
2. Release Lever for Battery Access
ID code that must match display’s
A-B-C switch to ensure units
synchronize.
3. Mounting Point
4. Wind Speed Anemometer
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Features & Benefits
Display Unit
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20 19
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Back of
Display Unit
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DISPLAY UNIT
1. History Chart Icon
Indicates data is currently displayed on
18. Average Wind Speed
Based on all wind speed readings
2. 12 to 24 Hour Weather Forecast
19. Peak Wind Speed
Highest speed from past 60 minutes
the History Chart (6).
from the past 2 minutes.
Self-Calibrating Forecasting pulls data
from the outdoor sensor to generate your
personal forecast.
20.Atomic Clock Signal Strength
21. Atomic Clock
Maintains time with split-second
3. Learning Mode Icon
Disappears after weather forecast
self-calibration is complete.
accuracy and automatically updates
for daylight saving time.
4. Current Indoor Temperature
22.Barometric Pressure
5. Current Indoor Humidity
Arrow icon indicates the direction
the pressure is trending.
6. Multi-Variable History Chart
23.Display Unit Low Battery Indicator
Displays the past 12 hours of data for
pressure, temperature or wind speed.
24.Date
7. Weather Ticker™
8. Deactivate Weather Ticker
Message
BACK OF DISPLAY UNIT
9. Weather Ticker Manual Cycle
25.UP, SET & DOWN Buttons
Press to advance through messages.
For setup preferences.
26. Reset Button
10. Activate Weather Ticker Message
11.Seasonal
Full reset to factory defaults.
27. A-B-C Switch
Displays heat index, dew point or
wind chill, depending on the current
outdoor temperature.
ID code that must match sensor’s A-B-C
switch to ensure units synchronize.
28.Integrated Hang Hole
12. Outdoor Sensor Signal Strength
For easy wall mounting
13. Current Outdoor Humidity
29. MAX/MIN Button
14. Current Outdoor Temperature
30.SCALE Button
Changes data units to either
Arrow icon indicates direction
humidity is trending.
Arrow icon indicates direction
temperature is trending.
Press to view high or low records for temperature and humidity.
U.S. units or imperial units.
15. Current Wind Speed
31. HISTORY Button
16.History Chart Icon
Indicates data is currently displayed on
Press to toggle between pressure,
temperature and wind speed data
on the History Chart (6).
17. Selected Time Zone
32.Battery Compartment Cover
(not shown)
the History Chart (6).
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SETUP
3-IN-1 Sensor Setup
1 Set the A-B-C Switch
function improperly. Use lithium
batteries in the 3-in-1 sensor for
temperatures below -4ºF / -20ºC.
The A-B-C switch is located inside
the battery compartment. It can
be set to A, B or C. However,
you must select the same letter
choices for both the sensor and
the display unit in order for the
units to synchronize.
1. P
ress the release lever and
pull off the lower housing of
the sensor.
2. R
emove the battery
compartment cover.
2 Install or Replace Batteries
3. Insert 4 x AA batteries into
the battery compartment, as
shown. F
ollow the polarity
(+/-) diagram in the battery
compartment.
AcuRite recommends high quality
alkaline or lithium batteries for
the best product performance.
Heavy duty or rechargeable
batteries are not recommended.
4. R
eplace the battery cover and
lower housing of the sensor.
The 3-in-1 sensor requires lithium
batteries in low temperature
conditions. Cold temperatures
can cause alkaline batteries to
ABC
1
A-B-C Switch
set to match
display unit
2
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Install Batteries
4 AA batteries
Display Unit Setup
2 Install or Replace Batteries
1 Set the A-B-C Switch
L ocate the A-B-C switch inside
the battery compartment. Set
the A-B-C switch to A, B or C.
You must select the same letter
choices for both the display unit
and the sensor in order for the
units to synchronize.
1. R
emove the battery
compartment cover.
2. Insert 3 x AA alkaline
batteries into the battery
compartment, as shown.
Follow the polarity (+/-)
diagram in the battery
compartment.
3. Replace the battery cover.
1
A-B-C Switch
set to match sensor
ABC
2
Install Batteries
3 AA batteries
PLEASE DISPOSE OF OLD OR DEFECTIVE BATTERIES IN AN ENVIRONMENTALLY SAFE
WAY AND IN ACCORDANCE WITH YOUR LOCAL LAWS AND REGULATIONS.
BATTERY SAFETY: Clean the battery contacts and also those of the device prior to battery installation. Remove batteries from equipment which is not to be
used for an extended period of time. Follow the polarity (+/-) diagram in the battery compartment. Promptly remove dead batteries from the device. Dispose of used
batteries properly. Only batteries of the same or equivalent type as recommended are to be used. DO NOT incinerate used batteries. DO NOT dispose of batteries in fire,
as batteries may explode or leak. DO NOT mix old and new batteries or types of batteries (alkaline/standard). DO NOT use rechargeable batteries. DO NOT recharge
non-rechargeable batteries. DO NOT short-circuit the supply terminals.
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Atomic Clock
AcuRite atomic clocks use a radio-controlled signal to synchronize to the
correct time broadcast by the National Institute of Standards and Technology
(NIST) Radio Station WWVB, located near Fort Collins, Colorado. WWVB
broadcasts the current time and date with split-second accuracy.
The atomic clock and calendar will maintain the correct time and date, and
automatically update for daylight saving time to provide the most accurate
timekeeping standard possible.
Please note: Signal reception is normally better at night and when the weather
is clear. The atomic signal generally takes a few hours to synchronize, so it is
important to manually set the time and date after powering on the display.
Set the Time & Date
Press and hold the “SET” button, located on the back of the display unit, for
3 seconds to enter SET MODE. Once in set mode, the preference you are
currently setting will blink on the display.
To adjust the currently selected (flashing) item, press and release the “+” or
“–“ buttons (press and HOLD to fast adjust).
To save your adjustments, press and release the “SET” button again to adjust
the next preference. The preference set order is as follows:
TIME ZONE ( EST AST HAT AKT PST MST CST )
DST (Daylight Saving Time ON or OFF)
CLOCK HOUR
CLOCK MINUTE
CALENDAR YEAR
CALENDAR MONTH
CALENDAR DATE
You will automatically exit SET MODE if no buttons are pressed for 30 seconds.
Enter setup mode at any time by pressing and holding the “SET” button.
Select Measurement Units
To select between U.S. standard units or imperial units, press the “SCALE”
button, located on the back of the display unit.
Measurement
U.S. Standard Units
Imperial Units
Temperature
Degrees Fahrenheit (ºF)
Degrees Celsius (ºC)
Barometric Pressure
inHg (inches of mercury)
hPa (Hectopascal)
Miles per hour (mph)
Kilometers per hour (kph)
Wind Speed
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Placement for Maximum Accuracy
AcuRite sensors are sensitive to surrounding environmental conditions. Proper
placement of both the display unit and the sensor are critical to the accuracy
and performance of this product.
Display Unit Placement
Place the display unit in a dry area free of dirt and dust. To
ensure accurate temperature measurement, place out of direct
sunlight and away from heat sources or vents. Display unit stands
upright for tabletop use or is wall-mountable.
3-in-1 Sensor Placement
The 3-in-1 sensor is designed to remain outdoors all year long.
Choose an open location with no obstructions above or around
the sensor for the most accurate measurements.
Important Placement Guidelines
Display unit and sensor must be within 330 feet (100 m) of each other.
MAXIMIZE WIRELESS RANGE
lace units away from large metallic items, thick walls, metal surfaces, or other
P
objects that may limit wireless communication.
PREVENT WIRELESS INTERFERENCE
lace both units at least 3 feet (.9 m) away from electronic devices (TV,
P
computer, microwave, radio, etc.).
LOCATE AWAY FROM HEAT SOURCES
Position sensor away from heaters, air conditioners, chimneys, exhaust vents,
asphalt and concrete (surfaces that radiate heat).
LOCATE AWAY FROM HUMIDITY SOURCES
Avoid installing the sensor near pools, spas, or other bodies of water. Water
sources may impact humidity accuracy.
LOCATE AWAY FROM SPRINKLER HEADS
DO NOT install the sensor where it will be sprayed by a sprinkler system. This
may force water inside the sensor.
LOCATE AWAY FROM WIND & RAIN OBSTRUCTIONS
DO NOT mount the sensor with obstructions around it.
Consider a location that is a wide open area, with few
structures around to ensure accurate wind measurement.
Visit us online to view installation photos and
video, or learn more about AcuRite technology:
www.AcuRite.com/3in1
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View Video
3-in-1 Sensor Installation Guidelines
INSTALLATION HEIGHT Mount the sensor at least 5 feet (1.5 meters) off the
ground (higher is better for wind measurement) in an open area. Secure to
fence post, 2’x4’ wood, 3/4” pole, etc. (not included)
LEVEL INSTALLATION Use a bubble level (not included) to ensure level
installation for accurate wind measurement.
Top or Side Mount
Top Mount
1. Insert the mounting base into
the hole on the bottom of the
sensor.
Side Mount
2. U
se one of the screws included
in the hardware bag to fasten
the lower sensor housing to the
mounting base.
3. M
ake sure the sensor is level
using a bubble level.
4. F
asten mounting base to a post
or railing using 2 screws.
Pole Mount
Pole Mount
1. Insert pole (we recommend 3/4”
schedule 40 PVC / 25.8 mm O.D.,
not included) or similar item all the
way into the hole on the bottom of the
sensor. Note: Mounting base is not
used.
2. U
se one of the screws included in the
hardware bag to fasten the lower
sensor housing securely to the pole.
Do not install during
electrical storms.
Do not place pole
or sensor near
electrical lines or
electrical equipment.
3. M
ake sure the sensor is level using a
bubble level.
The 3-in-1 sensor is now ready to use.
Basic Setup is Complete
The 3-in-1 sensor will now synchronize with the display unit. It may take a few
minutes for synchronization to complete. If both or one of the units appear to
be functioning improperly, please refer to the troubleshooting section.
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OPERATION
Using The Weather Center
Learning Mode
Self-Calibrating Forecasting use a unique algorithm to analyze changes in
pressure over a time period (called Learning Mode) to determine your altitude.
After 14 days, the Learning Mode icon disappears from the display screen. At
this point, the self-calibrated pressure is tuned in to your location and the unit is
ready for superior weather prediction.
Weather Forecast
AcuRite’s patented Self-Calibrating Forecasting provides your personal forecast
of weather conditions for the next 12 to 24 hours by collecting data from
the sensor in your backyard. It generates a forecast with pinpoint accuracy personalized for your exact location.
RAIN/SNOW
MIX LIKELY
SNOW
LIKELY
LIGHT RAIN
LIKELY
CLOUDY
MOSTLY
CLOUDY
(flashing=stormy)
View the complete list of icons at www.AcuRite.com/acurite-icons
Multi-Variable History Chart
The multi-variable history chart lets you monitor the change in conditions over
the last 12 hour time period (-12, -6, -3, -2, -1, 0). Toggle between barometric
pressure, temperature and wind speed readings.
Wind Speed
The Wind Speed area of the display features WIND SPEED PEAK, AVERAGE
and CURRENT WIND SPEED. The multi-variable history chart lets you monitor
the change in AVERAGE hourly wind speed.
Barometric Pressure
Subtle variations in barometric pressure greatly impact the weather. This
weather center displays the current pressure with an arrow icon to indicate the
direction the pressure is trending (FALLING, STEADY, or RISING). The multivariable history chart lets you monitor the change in pressure over time.
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High & Low Records
The “MIN/MAX” button displays minimum and maximum recordings for
outdoor and indoor temperature and humidity. To view the MINIMUM
temperature and humidity readings, press and release the “MIN/MAX” button
until the “MIN” icon appears on the display next to the low records. To view
the MAXIMUM temperature and humidity readings, press and release the
“MIN/MAX” button until the “MAX” icon appears on the display next to the
high records.
To reset the MINIMUM records, first view the MIN records by pressing the
“MIN/MAX” button until the “MIN” icon appears on the display. While
viewing the MIN records, press and hold the “UP” and “SCALE” buttons
simultaneously for 3 seconds. Dashes will display to confirm all MIN values
have been cleared.
To reset the MAXIMUM records, first view the MAX records by pressing the
“MIN/MAX” button until the “MAX” icon appears on the display. While
viewing the MAX records, press and hold the “UP” and “SCALE” buttons
simultaneously for 3 seconds. Dashes will display to confirm all MAX values
have been cleared.
Weather Ticker™
The Weather Ticker automatically streams your real-time weather information
and alerts as scrolling text in the lower part of the display unit screen. You can
manually cycle through all the available messages by pressing “ ”.
Default WEATHER TICKER messages are pre-loaded as follows:
FORECAST
12 to 24 hour future weather forecast
MOON PHASE
Current moon phase
INDOOR COMFORT
Dry, OK or humid comfort level
IT FEELS LIKE __ OUTSIDE
Calculates what temperature it feels like outdoors
(based on temperature, humidity and wind speed)
OUTDOOR TEMP THISWEEK HIGH
Highest temperature recorded this calendar week
OUTDOOR TEMP THISWEEK LOW
Lowest temperature recorded this calendar week
OUTDOOR TEMP THIS
MONTH HIGH
Highest temperature recorded this calendar month
OUTDOOR TEMP THIS
MONTH LOW
Lowest temperature recorded this calendar month
Additional messages will appear when applicable (these cannot be manually
added to the Weather Ticker list):
NEW HIGH TEMPERATURE RECORD
NEW LOW TEMPERATURE RECORD
NEW WIND SPEED RECORD TODAY
Highest wind speed (all-time record)
Average wind SPEED this week
Temperature trend (falling, steady or rising)
SENSOR BATTERIES LOW
SENSOR SIGNAL LOST
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Customize Weather Ticker Messages
Customize which messages you want to scroll across the WEATHER TICKER:
1. Press the “
” button to manually cycle through each message available.
2. During the manual review:PRESS the “
” button to activate the current
scrolling message.The corresponding “
” appears on screen to the left of
the message to indicate the message is now active in the ticker cycle.PRESS
the “ ” button to deactivate the current scrolling message.The corresponding
“ ” appears on screen to the left of the message to indicate the message is
now deactivated from the ticker cycle.
Please note: Messages can only be added and removed to the ticker cycle
during manual review. The “
” and “ ” buttons do not add or remove
messages during the automatic cycle.
Message
activated
Message
deactivated
remove
Remove
message
from cycle
add
Manual cycle
through
messages
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Add
message
to cycle
Troubleshooting
Problem
No outdoor sensor
reception
no bars
Possible Solution
• Relocate the display unit and/or the 3-in-1 sensor.
The units must be within 330 ft (100 m) of each other.
• Make sure both units are placed at least 3 feet (.9 m)
away from electronics that may interfere with the wireless
communication (such as TVs, microwaves, computers, etc).
• Use standard alkaline batteries (or lithium batteries in
sensor when temperature is below -4ºF/-20ºC). Do not use
heavy duty or rechargeable batteries. NOTE: It may take
up to 20 minutes for display unit and sensor to synchronize
after batteries are replaced.
• Synchronize the units:
1. Bring both the sensor and display unit indoors and
remove at least one battery from each.
2. Make sure the A-B-C switch on both units match.
3. Reinstall the battery in the outdoor sensor.
4. Reinstall battery into the display unit.
5. Let the units sit within a couple feet of each other for
about 20 minutes to gain a strong connection.
Outdoor
temperature
is flashing or
showing dashes
Flashing of the outdoor temperature may be an indication of
wireless interference.
• Make sure the A-B-C switch in the battery compartments of
both the display unit and sensor are switched to the same
letter. You may choose A, B or C; but both units must match
to sync up.
Inaccurate forecast
• Weather Forecast icon predicts conditions for the next 12
to 24 hours, not current conditions.
• Has Learning Mode icon disappeared from the display
unit? Learning Mode must complete before forecast and
pressure will be accurate.
• Allow unit to run continuously for 33 days. Battery removal
or resetting the display unit will restart Learning Mode.
After 14 days, forecast should be fairly accurate, however
Learning Mode calibrates for a total of 33 days.
Inaccurate
temperature or
humidity
• Make sure both the display unit and 3-in-1 sensor are
placed out of direct sunlight and away from any heat
sources or vents (see page 9).
• Make sure both units are positioned away from moisture
sources (see page 9).
• Make sure 3-in-1 sensor is mounted at least 5 ft off of
the ground.
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Troubleshooting
Problem
Possible Solution
Inaccurate wind
readings
• What is wind reading being compared to? Pro weather
stations are typically mounted at 30 ft high or more. Make
sure to compare data using a sensor positioned at the
same mounting height.
• Check location of the sensor. Ensure it’s mounted a
minimum of 5 ft in the air with no obstructions around it
(within several feet).
•Ensure wind cups are spinning freely. If they hesitate or stop
try lubricating with graphite powder or spray lubricant.
Display screen
not working
• Check that the batteries are installed correctly. Batteries
may need to be replaced.
• Reset the display by pressing the reset button, located on
the back of the display unit. Date and time will need to be
entered after a reset.
If your AcuRite product does not operate properly after trying
the troubleshooting steps, visit www.AcuRite.com or call
(877) 221-1252 for assistance.
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Care & Maintenance
Display Unit Care
Clean with a soft, damp cloth. Do not use caustic cleaners or abrasives. Keep away
from dust, dirt and moisture. Clean ventilation ports regularly with a gentle puff of air.
3-in-1 Sensor Care
Clean the Sensor
Clean with a soft, damp cloth. Do not use caustic cleaners or abrasives.
Insect Prevention
Insects may cause obstructions and interrupt data by nesting in or on the 3-in-1 sensor.
To limit this problem, spray sensor with a household insect repellent. Consult the insect
repellent instructions prior to use.
Snow & Freezing Weather
The 3-in-1 sensor will not be damaged by freezing conditions.
Clean the Wind Anemometer
Remove foreign matter from the outside of the sensor for free movement of the wind
anemometer. If needed, use a small amount of spray lubricant, clear silicone or graphite
powder on the anemometer for improved movement.
Specifications
TEMPERATURE RANGE
Outdoor: -40ºF to 158ºF; -40ºC to 70ºC
Indoor: 32ºF to 122ºF; 0ºC to 50ºC
HUMIDITY RANGE
Outdoor: 1% to 99%
Indoor: 16% to 98%
WIND SPEED
0 to 99 mph; 0 to 159 kph
WIRELESS RANGE
330 ft / 100 m depending on home construction materials
OPERATING FREQUENCY
433 MHz
POWER
7 x AA alkaline or lithium batteries (not included)
DATA REPORTING
Wind Speed: 18 second updates
Outdoor temperature & humidity: 18 second updates
Indoor temperature & humidity: 60 second updates
FCC Information
This device complies with part 15 of FCC rules. 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.
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 the 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.
NOTE: The manufacturer is not responsible for any radio or TV interference caused by unauthorized modifications to this equipment. Such modifications could
void the user authority to operate the equipment.
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AcuRite customer support is committed to providing you with best-in-class
service. For assistance, please have the model number of this product
available and contact us in any of the following ways:
(877) 221-1252
info@chaney-inst.com
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good material and workmanship, and to be free of
defects when properly installed and operated for a
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it manufactures which have received normal wear and tear,
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