Alarm Clock Charging Station Table of Contents

Model: C86224
Instructional Manual
DC:032416
Alarm Clock Charging Station
with 2 USB Charging Ports
Table of Contents
Buttons (on top) ..............................................................................
LCD Features ...................................................................................
Setup .............................................................................................
Settings: Language, Time, Date, etc. ..................................................
Nap Feature .....................................................................................
Backlight (HI-LOW-OFF).......................................................................
USB Charge Ports .............................................................................
Included USB to Micro or Lightning Cable ............................................
Cable Hooks ....................................................................................
Time Alarm .....................................................................................
Alarm Type Indicators .......................................................................
Activate/Deactivate Alarm .................................................................
Snooze ...........................................................................................
Low Battery Icon ..............................................................................
Care and Maintenance .......................................................................
Specifications ..................................................................................
Warranty and Support .......................................................................
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Buttons (on top)
PLUS
MINUS
ALARM
NAP
SET
SNZ/LIGHT
Z
Z
LCD Features
1 Time (manual set)
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2 Low Battery Icon
3 Alarm Icon (M-F)
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4 Weekday, Nap duration, or
Snooze duration
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5 Month/Date
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6 Indoor Temperature
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7 Indoor Humidity
8 USB 1 Charge Indicator
9 USB 2 Charge Indicator
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USB 1 Charge Port 1 Amp
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1 Amp
2 Amp
USB 2 Charge Port 2 Amp
Setup
1. Insert the 5.0 volt power cable
into the outlet, then into the
clock.
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AAA
3. Set language, time, calendar,
temperature unit and snooze
duration.
AAA
2. (Optional), Insert 2 AAA
batteries (included) into the
clock.
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Settings: Language, Time, Date, etc.
• Hold the SET button to enter time set mode.
• Press the +/- buttons to adjust the values.
• Press the SET button to confirm adjustments and move to the
next item.
• Press the SNZ/LIGHT button at any time to exit.
Time set order:
1. Language (English or Spanish)
2. Beep ON/OFF
3. Hour
4. Minutes
5. Year
6. Month
7. Date
8. Fahrenheit/Celsius
9. Snooze duration (5 minutes-120 minutes)
Begin: Hold the SET button for 3 seconds. ENGLISH will show.
Language: English or Espanol
When Español
is selected, the
instructions on
screen will be
in Spanish.
BEEP ON/OFF
Hour then Minutes
AM
Year then Month then Date
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Fahrenheit or Celsius
Snooze Time 5-120 minutes
Nap Feature
Sometimes, we just want a quick nap without having to set a new
alarm. Set the nap duration one time, then, a simple press of the
NAP button starts the nap countdown.
Set Nap Duration:
1. Hold the NAP button for 3 seconds. NAP and the duration will show
(default is 10 minutes).
2. Use the +/- buttons to select a nap duration (up to 120 minutes).
3. Press the NAP button to confirm and start nap count down to zero.
4. Press the SNZ/LIGHT button at any time to exit.
Ready for a Nap? Press the NAP button once, and the clock will wake
you at the preselected time.
• From normal time display, press the NAP button once to start the
nap feature for the preset time. NAP will show with the preset
duration.
• Minutes and seconds will countdown.
• When the alarm sounds NAP and 0m will flash. The alarm will
sound for two minutes and then stop if no buttons are pressed.
• Press any button except SNZ/LIGHT, at any time to exit nap mode.
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Backlight (HI-LOW-OFF)
• When operating with the power cable, the backlight is adjustable:
HI-LOW-OFF.
• Press and release the SNZ/LIGHT button to adjust the backlight.
• When operating on batteries only, the backlight will come on
briefly when the SNZ/LIGHT button is pressed.
USB Charge Ports
USB Output:
• Charge devices that self-regulate.
• Do not charge multiple devices from the same
USB port.
• For Tablets and other high power devices, use the
USB port on the right (2 Amp).
• Must operate clock with power cable to charge
other devices.
• Plug your device into one of the USB ports on the
front of the clock.
• The clock will show HELLO for 3 seconds.
• The lightning bolt will flash while charging.
• When no device is connected, no battery will show.
• As your device becomes full and less current is
drawn, solid battery icon may show, before the
charge is complete.
Charging
Not Connected
Full
Not Connected
Note: The FULL icon will show when full. After charging, the
clock will provide a trickle charge and show the charging icon.
Your device may not show fully charged.
Included USB to Micro USB or Lightning Cable
• The included USB cord offers a
Micro USB connection or a
Lightning connection on the
same cord.
• Use your own charge cord or
the included cord to charge your
device.
• Place your cord in the handy
hook on the back of the clock.
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Cable Hooks
• On the back of the clock there are two cable hooks to secure your
charging cables.
• Simply slide your cable into the hook and the end of your cable will
be easy to find every time.
Time Alarm
• Press and release the ALARM button to view alarm time.
• With alarm time showing, hold the ALARM button for 3 seconds to
enter alarm settings.
• Set the time then select alarm type:
(Single alarm, Mon-Fri alarm, or Weekend alarm)
• Setting and activating the alarm are separate functions.
Alarm Type (choose the type for each alarm):
• Daily/Single-Will alarm at the same time every day when active.
• Mon-Fri-Will only alarm Monday through Friday when active.
• Weekend- Will only alarm Saturday and Sunday when active.
Set Alarm:
1. Press and release the ALARM button to view alarm time.
2. With alarm time showing, hold the ALARM button for 3 seconds to
enter alarm time set mode.
3. Press the +/- buttons to adjust the alarm hour.
4. Press the ALARM button to confirm and move to the minutes.
5. Press the +/- buttons to adjust the alarm minutes.
6. Press the ALARM button to confirm and move to alarm type.
7. Use the +/– to select SINGLE, MON-FRI or WEEKEND alarm.
8. Press the ALARM button to confirm and exit.
Note: This is a crescendo alarm. It will sound for two minutes
then shut off completely if no buttons are pressed.
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Alarm Type
Alarm Hour then Minutes
AM
AM
Daily / Single
Mon-Fri
AM
Weekend
AM
AM
Alarm Type Indicator
Alarm Type:
• Daily/Single: Clock icon only
• Mon-Fri: Clock icon with 5 lines below
• Weekend: Clock icon with 2 lines below
Daily / Single
Mon-Fri
Weekend
Activate/Deactivate Alarm
• When you finish settings, the alarm is active.
• From the normal time display, press and release the ALARM button
to view alarm.
• Press and release the ALARM button to deactivate or to activate the
alarm.
• When active the alarm clock icon will show.
• The clock icon will not show if the alarm is not active.
Snooze
• When the alarm sounds, press the SNZ/LIGHT button. The alarm
will be silent for the preselected snooze duration.
• SNOOZE - duration will show, and the snooze time will count down.
• When alarm sounds again, the SNOOZE - 0 will flash.
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Low Battery Icon
• The low battery icon will appear between the hour and minutes.
• This icon indicates it is time to replace the batteries.
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 extended
period.
• Promptly remove expired batteries.
Specifications
Temperature Range: 32 °F to 122°F (0°C to 50°C)
Humidity Range: 10%RH to 99%RH
Power: 5.0V AC6: HX36-0503500AU
Optional-2-AAA, IEC, LR3 batteries (included)
USB Output: 1 Amp and 2 Amp
Battery Life: Battery life is over 24 months with reputable batteries
Dimensions: 3.74” W x 2.40” D x 5.24” H (95 x 61 x 133 mm)
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: 1-877-408-2678
Online Product Support:
www.lacrossetechnology.com/support
Product Registration: www.lacrossetechnology.com/support/register View full warranty details online at:
www.lacrossetechnology.com/warranty_info.pdf
Warranty Address:
La Crosse Technology, Ltd
2830 S. 26th St.
La Crosse, WI 54601
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