Oregon Scientific WMR968 User manual

Oregon Scientific WMR968 User manual
EN
CABLE FREETM
WEATHER STATION
SECTION 2 INSTALLATION
The WMR968 operates at 433MHz. No wire installation is
required among units.
MODEL: WMR968
The WMR968 has an effective range of 328 ft (100 m) in
an open area. Position the units within range and be sure
the transmission path is clear of interference and obstacles.
User Manual
SECTION 1 INTRODUCTION
NOTE The anemometer, thermo-hygrometer and rain
gauge should be installed outdoors and in locations that
best measure the weather elements the instruments are
designed for. As for the baro-thermo-hygrometer, it must
be installed indoors. If you have any optional thermo or
thermo-hygro sensors, they can be installed outdoors or
indoors.
Congratulations on purchasing the WMR968 Cable FreeTM
Weather Station. An all-purpose easy-to-use system, the
WMR968 lets you monitor the following weather elements:
- Air temperature
- Relative humidity
- Barometric pressure
- Wind speed and direction
- Rainfall
The WMR968 is also equipped with:
- Calendar clock with daily alarm
- Weather forecast within 20- to 30-mile (32 to 48 km)
radius
- Weather alarms
- Memory for maximum and minimum readings
- Simple, touch-screen operation
- RS232 PC connection jack
™ backlight
-
STANDARD PACKAGE
The original WMR968 comes complete with the
following:
- Main unit (WMR968)
- Anemometer (WGR968)
- Thermo-hygrometer (THGR968)
- Rain gauge (RGR968)
- Baro-thermo-hygrometer (BTHR968)
- 12V AC adapter
THE ANEMOMETER
The thermo-hygrometer and rain gauge are powered by
solar transmitters STR928N while the anemometer is
powered by solar transmitter STR938.
The anemometer measures wind speed and direction.
To install it,
The WMR968 can support up to seven different remote
instruments. You can also connect up to three optional
thermo or thermo-hygro sensors to the system.
1. Place the wind cup over the thinnest shaft on the
anemometer’s T-bar.
Optional items include:
- Thermo-hygro sensor (THGR238)
- Thermo sensor (THR238)
Contact an authorized dealer for optional items.
2. Tighten the screw on the base of the wind cup.
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3. Align the red markings on the wind vane’s shaft.
Water staying
at position 1 - 4
means the gauge
is not leveled
5. Use metal ring to adjust the leveling of the rain collector
if necessary.
4. With the aid of a compass, face the red marking south
before mounting the anemometer.
METAL RING
6. Close the cover of the rain collector.
THE SOLAR TRANSMITTERS
5. Mount the anemometer and its solar transmitter safely
in place.
The solar transmitters make use of solar energy to power
the instruments they are connected to.
NOTE It is recommended to insert two UM3 or “AA”-sized
super lithium batteries for weather condition under 0 ˚C (32 ˚F).
Standard Alkaline batteries contain significant amounts of
water. Because of this they will freeze in low temperatures
of approximately 10˚F (-12˚C). Disposable Lithium batteries
have a much lower threshold for temperature with an
estimated freezing range of below -40˚F (-40˚C). The
Liquid Crystal Display in outdoor thermometers will remain
operational to -20˚F (-28˚C) with adequate power.
The wind speed and direction window on the main unit
should read 180˚ if the main unit is installed.
THE THERMO-HYGROMETER
Wireless ranges can be impacted by a variety of factors such
as extremely cold temperatures. Extreme cold may temporarily
reduce the effective range between the sensor and the base
station. If the unit's performance fails due to low temperature,
the unit will resume proper functioning as the temperature
rises to within the normal temperature range (i.e no permanent
damage will occur to the unit due to low temperatures).
The thermo-hygrometer measures outdoor temperature
and humidity.
To install it:
Mount the thermo-hygrometer and its solar transmitter
safely in place.
For the solar transmitters to function properly, make sure
the solar receptors on the transmitters are exposed to
sunlight and the connectors of the connection cable are
securely plugged in.
THE RAIN GAUGE
The rain gauge measures the total amount and rate of rainfall.
To install it:
1. Open the cover of the rain collector.
2. Remove the fiber tape from around the bucket assemblies.
THE BARO-THERMO-HYGROMETER
The baro-thermo-hygrometer measures the atmospheric
pressure, temperature and humidity.
The sensor uses four UM4 or “AAA”-sized batteries.
To install it,
1. Insert alkaline batteries accordingly.
3. Mount the rain gauge and its solar transmitter safely in place.
4. Put drops of water on the cross at the base on the rain
collector to check the leveling.
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2. Mount the unit where you want to monitor the readings.
Or you can make use of its table stand to place it on a
flat surface.
SECTION 3 OPERATION
THE MAIN UNIT
THE MAIN UNIT
The main unit gives you all the readings and controls. It
should be placed indoors.
The main unit is powered up by the 12V AC adapter.
To install it,
1. Position the main unit and other units within effective
range 328 ft (100 m).
2. Insert four UM3 or “AA”-sized alkaline batteries for
backup purposes.
A. WEATHER FORECAST AND BAROMETRIC
READING WINDOW
B. INDOOR TEMPERATURE WINDOW
C. INDOOR HUMIDITY WINDOW
D. OUTDOOR/CHANNEL TEMPERATURE WINDOW
E. OUTDOOR/CHANNEL HUMIDITY WINDOW
F. RAINFALL WINDOW
3. Mount the main unit safely in place. Or use its table
stand to place it on a flat surface.
4. Connect the AC power adapter to the main unit and a
wall socket.
G. CALENDAR CLOCK AND DAILY ALARM WINDOW
H. WIND SPEED AND DIRECTION WINDOW
I.
CHANNEL BUTTON
J. MEMORY BUTTON
K. ALARM BUTTON
L. SET BUTTON
M. UNIT BUTTON
5. Press the [RESET] button on the main unit to initiate
operation.
N. ALARM ON/OFF BUTTON
O. [ ] BUTTON
The main unit will start searching for signals for about four
minutes. Upon successful reception, the readings will be
displayed. The main unit will update the readings at regular
intervals.
P. [ ] BUTTON
Q. [ RESET] BUTTON
R. RS232 SERIAL PORT
NOTE If the main unit is operating solely on battery power,
the EL backlight and RS232 connection will be disabled.
S. DC 12V JACK
LOW-BATTERY WARNING
There are low-battery indicators [
] for the main unit, rain
gauge, baro-thermo-hygrometer, thermo-hygrometer and
optional remote thermo and thermo-hygro sensors. Replace
the batteries when the respective indicators light up.
NOTE The readings collected from the thermo-hygrometer
and any optional remote thermo and thermo-hygro sensors
share the same display window. The “OUT” and remote
channel will share the same low-battery indicator. When
the battery level of the thermo-hygrometer is low, the lowbattery indicator will turn on. If it is one of the optional
remote sensors, the low-battery indicator will blink. To
locate the channel in question, press the window to scan
through all available devices. The low-battery indicator will
stop blinking if the battery level is low for that one.
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6. Use [ ] and [ ] to change to the desired setting.
™ BACKLIGHT
7. Press [SET] to confirm.
The main unit, when connected to the AC power, is
equipped with an automatic backlight. Every time you
press a window on the main
unit, the
™ backlight will come on for a few seconds.
This function will be disabled for sole battery operation.
The
™ backlight will also come on for a few seconds
when the alarm is triggered.
NOTE the window will show “
” if no alarm is armed.
Once set, the alarm clock will be activated automatically
and the alarm indicator
will light up. When an alarm
goes off, press any button to stop it. The alarm is still active
and will go off again the next day.
To deactivate the function,
1. Press the calendar clock and alarm window.
CALENDAR CLOCK
2. Press [ALARM ON/OFF]. The alarm indicator
disappear.
To set the calendar clock,
will
1. Press the calendar clock and alarm window.
2. Press and hold [ ] to disable the radio reception function.
WEATHER FORECAST
3. Press and hold [SET] until the digit flashes.
The weather forecast is displayed in the weather forecast
and barometric reading window.
4. Use [ ] and [ ] to change to the desired setting.
5. Press [SET] for the next item setting.
There are four readings for the forecast: sunny, slightly
cloudy, cloudy and rainy.
6. Repeat from Step 4 to finish all the settings for:
- Clock display formats (12hr or 24hr)
Indicator
displays on
the unit
- Display language of the day-of-the-week
- Clock
- Calendar display formats (Month-Day, Day-Month)
Forecast
Sunny Slightly Cloudy
Cloudy
Rainy
- Calendar
For the display language, you can choose:
- English (E)
INDOOR BAROMETRIC READING
- German (D)
The atmospheric pressure reading is displayed in the
weather forecast and barometric reading window.
- French (F)
The pressure reading can be displayed in mb (millibars),
hPa (Hecto-Pascal), inHg (inch mercury) or mmHg
(millimeter mercury).
- Italian (I)
- Spanish (S)
7. Press [SET] to confirm.
The calendar clock also supports the following time zones:
To select the display unit,
1. Press the weather forecast and barometric reading window.
2. Press [UNIT] repeatedly for the desired setting.
The pressure history for the past 24 hours is displayed in
a six-column bar chart.
-
Pacific time (P)
Mountain time (M)
Central time (C)
Eastern time (E)
To display the pressure reading for a particular hour
within the past 24 hours,
1. Press the weather forecast and barometric reading window.
2. Press [ ] and [ ] for the desired hour.
To select a time zone,
To set the sea-level pressure,
1. Press the weather forecast and barometric reading
window repeatedly until the “sea-level” icon is displayed.
The calendar clock and alarm window has three displays: clock
with seconds, clock with day-of-the-week and calendar. To
change from one display to another, press the window once.
1. Press and hold the calendar clock and alarm window.
2. Press [ ] and [ ] to change.
3. Press the window again to confirm.
2.
3.
4.
5.
THE DAILY ALARM
To set the daily alarm,
1. Press the calendar clock and alarm window.
indicator will display to
2. Press [ALARM] and the
indicate you are the alarm mode.
3. Press and hold [SET] until the hour digit flashes.
4. Use [ ] and [ ] to change to the desired setting.
5. Press [SET] for minutes setting.
Press [ ] and [ ] for the current (0 Hr) pressure.
Press and hold [SET].
Press [ ] and [ ] to change to the desired setting.
Press [SET] to confirm.
INDOOR AND DEW POINT TEMPERATURES
The current indoor and dew point temperatures, taken by
the indoor baro-thermo-hygrometer, are displayed on the
indoor temperature window. They can be displayed in
degrees Centigrade (˚C) or Fahrenheit (˚F).
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The temperatures can be displayed in degrees Centigrade
(˚C) or Fahrenheit (˚F).
To select the display unit,
1. Press the indoor temperature window.
To select the display unit,
2. Press [UNIT] repeatedly for the desired setting. The selected
unit will apply to all temperature displays in this window.
1. Press the outdoor/channel temperature window.
2. Press [UNIT] repeatedly for the desired setting. The
selected unit will apply to all temperature displays in this
window.
NOTE The unit of all temperature related display will be
changed simultaneously.
To display the dew point temperature, press the indoor
temperature window until the “DEW” indicator is displayed.
NOTE The unit of all temperature related displays will
change simultaneously.
To display maximum, minimum temperatures,
To display the maximum, minimum temperatures,
1. Press the indoor temperature window or repeatedly
until the "DEW" icon appears.
1. Press the outdoor/channel temperature window or
repeatedly until the "DEW" icon appears.
2. Press [MEMORY] repeatedly for the desired record.
The time and date of the record will also be displayed
alternatively with the “STAMP” icon in the clock window.
2. Press [CHANNEL] for the outdoor thermo-hygrometer
or the desired channel.
3. Press [MEMORY] repeatedly for the desired record.
The time and date of the record will also be displayed
alternatively with the “STAMP” icon in the clock window.
To display the dew point temperature for a channel, press
the window again when the channel temperature is located.
The display will automatically return to the current
temperature or dew temperature whatever is previously
displayed if the unit is left untouched for about one minute.
To clear the memory,
1. Press the indoor temperature window or repeatedly
until the "DEW" icon appears.
INDOOR HUMIDITY
To clear the memory,
1. Press the outdoor/channel temperature window or
repeatedly until the "DEW" icon appears.
2. Press [CHANNEL] for the outdoor thermo-hygrometer
or the desired channel.
3. Press and hold [MEMORY] until the key tone is heard.
4. Press [MEMORY] to check the memory is clear.
The current indoor relative humidity, taken by the indoor
baro-thermo-hygrometer, is displayed on the indoor
hygrometer window.
OUTDOOR AND CHANNEL HUMIDITY
2. Press and hold [MEMORY] till the key tone is heard.
3. Press [MEMORY] to check the memory is clear.
To display the maximum, minimum and current humidity,
1. Press the indoor humidity window.
2. Press [MEMORY] repeatedly for the desired record.
The time and date of the record will also be displayed
alternatively with the “STAMP” icon in the clock window.
The relative humidity readings taken by the outdoor thermohygrometer and separate thermo-hygro sensors are
displayed on the outdoor/channel humidity window.
To clear the memory,
1. Press the indoor humidity window.
2. Press and hold [MEMORY] until the key tone is heard.
3. Press [MEMORY] to check the memory is clear.
To do so,
As this window can display up to four different sets of data,
specify the instrument or channel you want to read.
1. Press the outdoor/channel humidity window.
2. Press [CHANNEL] to go from the outdoor reading
taken by the thermo-hygrometer to those taken by
individual sensors (Channel 1, 2 or 3).
To display the maximum, minimum and current
humidity,
OUTDOOR AND CHANNEL TEMPERATURES
As this window can display up to four different sets of data,
specify the instrument or channel you want to read.
1. Press the outdoor/channel humidity window.
2. Press [CHANNEL] for the outdoor thermo-hygrometer
or the desired channel.
3. Press [MEMORY] repeatedly for the desired record.
The time and date of the record will also be displayed
alternatively with the “STAMP” icon in the clock window.
To do so,
To clear the memory,
1. Press the outdoor/channel temperature window.
1. Press the outdoor/channel humidity window.
2. Press [CHANNEL] for the outdoor thermo-hygrometer
or the desired channel.
3. Press and hold [MEMORY] until the key tone is heard.
4. Press [MEMORY] to check the memory is clear.
The temperature readings taken by the outdoor thermohygrometer and separate thermo or thermo-hygro sensors
are displayed on the outdoor and channel temperature
window.
2. Press [CHANNEL] to go from the outdoor reading
taken by the outdoor thermo-hygrometer to those taken
by individual sensors (Channel 1, 2 or 3).
The outdoor thermo-hygrometer is also capable of
detecting the dew point temperature as well as the wind
chill reading. To display such information, press the window
repeatedly.
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To clear the record,
AUTO SCANNING FUNCTION
1. Press the wind speed and direction window.
The auto scanning function is available for the outdoor/
channel window for both the temperature and humidity.
2. Press and hold [MEMORY].
As for the wind direction, it is displayed in a digital compass
with bearing readouts.
To use it,
1. Press the outdoor/channel temperature or humidity
window.
2. Press and hold [ ] . The main unit will start scanning
from the active temperature and humidity display. Each
channel will be displayed for about 4 seconds.
To exit the auto scanning routine, press any window or
control button.
WEATHER ALARMS
Weather alarms are used to alert you to certain weather
conditions. Once activated, the alarm will go off when a
certain set of criterion is met.
You can set alarms for:
- Indoor, outdoor and channel high temperatures
RAINFALL
- Indoor, outdoor and channel low temperatures
The rate of rainfall can be displayed in mm/hr or in/hr.
- Indoor, outdoor and channel dew point approaching
To select the display unit,
- Indoor, outdoor and channel high humidity
1. Press the rainfall window.
2. Press [UNIT] for the desired setting.
To display yesterday’s rainfall and the total rainfall from
the last cleared date,
1. Press the rainfall window.
2. Press [MEMORY] for the desired record. Yesterday's
rainfall will be displayed with “YESTERDAY” shown in
the rainfall window. Total rainfall will be displayed with
"TOTAL" shown in the rainfall window. The time and
date of the record will be displayed alternatively with
the “SINCE” icon in the clock window for total rainfall.
- Indoor, outdoor and channel low humidity
- High rainfall rate
- Pressure drop
- High gust wind
- Low wind chill
To set a weather alarm,
1. Press the window containing the weather element you
want to set.
NOTE Yesterday’s rainfall record will be updated when
the real time clock runs from 11:59:59 pm to 12:00:00 am.
And it is counted for 12:00:00 am of one day to 12:00:00
am on the next day.
2. Press [ALARM]. The current alarm setting will be
displayed.
3. Press and hold [SET].
4. Press [ ] and [ ] for the desired setting.
If the rain sensor detects no rainfall for about two
consecutive hours, the current rate of rainfall will be
displayed as zero.
5. Press [SET].
For temperatures and humidity, the high and low alarms
can be set in sequence. After entering the value for one
alarm, you will be prompted to enter the value for the
other.
To clear the total rainfall,
1. Press the rainfall window.
2. Press and hold [MEMORY] until the key tone is heard.
Yesterday’s rainfall record will not be affected when you
clear the total rainfall.
A weather alarm is activated once set. When the set
criteria is met, an alarm will go off and the current reading
will flash together with the corresponding indicator.
If that happens in the outdoor/channel temperature or
humidity window, the “OUT” indicator will flash to show
that the criteria set for the outdoor thermo-hygrometer has
been met. If it is one of the separate sensors, the
[CHANNEL] indicator will flash. Press the window
repeatedly to locate the channel in question.
WIND SPEED AND DIRECTION
The current wind speed and direction are displayed in the
wind speed and direction window.
To display the average wind speed, press the window till
the “AVERAGE” icon is displayed.
The wind speed can be displayed in m/s, kph, mph or
knots.
When a weather alarm goes off, press any button to stop
the alarm. The alarm is still active until you deactivate the
function or the criteria is no longer met.
To select the display unit,
To do so,
1. Press the wind speed and direction window.
2. Press [UNIT] for the desired setting.
1. Press the window containing the weather element you
want to set.
To display the maximum speed and direction for gust wind,
2. Press [ALARM].
1. Press the wind speed and direction window.
2. Press [MEMORY]. The time and date of the record will
also be displayed aternatively with the “STAMP” icon in
the clock window.
3. Press [ALARM ON/OFF] to deactivate the function.
To turn on the function again, simply follow the same
procedure and press [ALARM ON/OFF].
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DISCONNECTED SIGNALS
SPECIFICATIONS
If without obvious reason the display for the main unit
goes blank or “
” is displayed, press and hold
[CHANNEL] to enforce an immediate search.
Temperature
Proposed Operating Range : Indoor ..... 23˚F to 122˚F
(-5˚C to 50˚C)
: Outoor ..... -4˚F to 140˚F
(-20˚C to 60˚C)
If that fails, check:
- All weather instruments are still in place.
Resolution
(indoor and outdoor)
- The batteries of the main unit and individual weather
instruments are still good. Replace them if necessary.
Press and hold [CHANNEL] to enforce an immediate
search afterwards.
Relative Humidity
Measuring Range
(indoor and outdoor)
- The transmission is within range and path is cleared of
obstacles and interference. Shorten the distance if
necessary.
Resolution
(indoor and outdoor)
Then press and hold [CHANNEL] again. The main unit will
start searching for all previously locked weather
instruments.
: 0.2˚F (0.1˚C)
: 2 to 98% RH
: 1% RH
Dew Point Temperature
Measuring Range
: Indoor ..... 32˚F to 120.2˚F
(0˚C to 49˚C )
If you want to add a new sensor, press the [RESET]
button on the new sensor and then press [CHANNEL] to
enforce the main unit to search.
: Outoor ..... 14˚F to 140˚F
(-10˚C to 60˚C)
NOTE 1. Do not reset the sensors after the main unit has
locked those sensors, otherwise the main unit
will no longer receive the signal from those
sensors.
2. If you have disconnected signals, you cannot
clear the memory.
Resolution
(indoor and outdoor)
: 2˚F (1˚C)
Barometric Pressure / Trend
Measuring Range
: 795 to 1050 mb
(23.48 to 31.01 inHg)
Resolution
: 1 mb (0.03 inHg)
THE RESET BUTTON
This button is only used when the system is operating in
an unfavorable way or malfunctioning. Use a blunt stylus
to hold down the button. The main unit will return to all
default settings and start searching for signals again.
Before resetting the main unit, you should do the same
for all weather instruments to ensure correct transmission
and reception of signals. Then press [RESET] on the
main unit.
Wind Speed
Measuring Range
Resolution
: 0 to 125.3 mph (0 to 56 m/s)
: 0.4 mph (0.2 m/s) (typical)
Wind Direction
Measuring Range
Digital Resolution
Graphical Resolution
: 0˚ to 359˚ (Degrees)
: 1˚ (typical)
: 10˚
Wind Chill Temperature
Measuring Range
: -61.6˚F to 140˚F (-52˚C to 60˚C)
Resolution
: 2˚F (1˚C)
MAINTENANCE
When handled properly, this unit is engineered to give you
years of satisfactory service. Here are a few product care
instructions:
Rainfall
Daily and Cumulative
1. Do not immerse the unit in water. If the unit comes in contact
with water, dry it immediately with a soft lint-free cloth.
: 0 to 393.7 in (0 to 9999 mm)
Measuring Range
2. Do not clean the unit with abrasive or corrosive materials
Abrasive cleaning agents may scratch the plastic parts
and corrode the electronic circuit.
3. Do not subject the unit to excessive: force, shock, dust,
temperature, or humidity. Such treatment may result in
malfunction, a shorter electronic life span, damaged
batteries, or distorted parts.
Rainfall Rate
Measuring Range
: 0 to 39.37 in/hr (0 to 999 mm/hr)
Daily and Cumulative
Resolution
: 0.04 in (1 mm)
Rainfall Rate Resolution
: 1mm/hr (0.04 m/h) typical
WMR968 :
Weight
Dimension
4. Do not tamper with the unit’s internal components. Doing
so will terminate the unit’s warranty and may cause
damage. The unit contains no user-serviceable parts.
Power
Power backup
5. Only use new batteries as specified in this instruction
manual. Do not mix new and old batteries as the old
batteries may leak.
: 18 oz (505 g)
: 8 (L) x 5.5 (W) x 1.5 (H) in
(204 x 139 x 39 mm)
: 12V AC / DV adapter
: 4 x UM3 - “AA” size alkaline
batteries
6. Read this instruction manual thoroughly before operating
the unit.
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WGR968 :
Weight
Dimension
Power
THGR968 :
Weight
Dimension
Power : Main
RGR968 :
Weight
Dimension
Power : Main
BTHR968 :
Weight
Dimension
Power
STR928N :
Weight
Dimension
Power back up
STR938 :
Weight
Dimension
Power back up
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FCC STATEMENT
This device complies with Part 15 of the 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.
: 9.4 oz (266 g)
: 115 (L) x 81 (W) x 138 (H) in
(4.5 x 3.2 x 5.4 mm)
: 2 x UM3- “AA” size alkaline
batteries (recommend super
lithium batteries for weather
condition under 32˚F)
WARNING Changes or modifications to this unit not
expressly approved by the party responsible for compliance
could void the user’s authority to operate the equipment.
: 10.2 oz (290 g)
: 115 (L) x 81 (W) x 138 (H) in
(4.5 x 3.2 x 5.4 mm)
: 2 x UM3- “AA” size alkaline
batteries (recommend super
lithium batteries for weather
condition under 32˚F)
NOTE 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.
CAUTION
— The contents of this manual is subject to change
without further notice.
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:
— Due to printing limitations, the displays shown in
this manual may differ from the actual display.
— The contents of this manual may not be
reproduced without the permission of the
manufacturer.
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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.
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DECLARATION OF CONFORMITY
The following information is not to be used as contact for
support or sales. Please call our customer service number
(listed on our website at www.oregonscientific.com, or on
the warranty card for this product) for all inquiries instead.
We
Name:
Address:
Telephone No.:
Fax No.:
Oregon Scientific,Inc.
19861 SW 95th Place,
Tualatin, Oregon 97062 USA
1-800-853-8883
1-503-684-8883
declare that the product
Product No.:
Product Name:
Manufacturer:
Address:
WMR968
Cable Free™ Weather Station
IDT Technology Limited
Block C, 9/F, Kaiser Estate,
Phase 1,41 Man Yue St.,
Hung Hom, Kowloon,
Hong Kong
is in conformity with Part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation
is subject to the following two conditions:
1) This device may not cause harmful interference.
2) This device must accept any interference received,
including interference that may cause undesired
operation.
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