865373 Features: Radio controlled time with - NEDIS

865373 Features: Radio controlled time with - NEDIS
865373
Features:
Radio controlled time with Manual Time Setting option
Weather Forecast
-Weather Forecast with Sunny, Slightly Cloudy, Cloudy, Rainy and Cloud Burst animation
-Weather Boy with suitable clothing in outdoor condition
Barometric Pressure Measurement.
-Current and past 12hr Absolute and Relative Barometric Pressure reading
-Barometric Pressure Bar Chart.
-Display in mb/hPa or inHg selectable.
433MHz RF Transmitting frequency.
Maximum three selectable RF channels with wireless Thermo Sensor.
(One Wireless Thermo Sensor Included)
Transmission range: 30 meters ( open area ).
Measurable range:
Indoor temperature : 0°C ~ +50°C
Humidity : 20% ~ 99%
Outdoor temperature : -50°C ~ +70°C
Max/Min Memory for Humidity, Indoor and Outdoor Temperature.
Low-battery indicator for Outdoor Thermo Sensor.
Perpetual Calendar Up to Year 2099.
12/24Hour time display selectable.
2 Alarm Function
Moon Phase Display
Day of week in 8 Languages Selectable.
Wall Mount or Table Stand Selectable.
Battery:
Main Unit
: DC 1.5 V AA size x 3 pcs
Thermo Sensor Unit : DC 1.5 V AA size x 2 pcs
Size :
Main Unit
:
220 x 120 x 30 mm
Thermo Sensor Unit : 95 x 60 x 28 mm
Main Unit Appearance
Part A- LCD
A1: Radio Controlled Time
A2: Radio Control Icon
A3: Alarm On/Off Icon
A4: Date & Month
A5: Week
A6: Barometric Pressure Trend
A7: Weather Boy
A8: Weather Forecast
A9: Absolute/ Relative Barometric Pressure Reading
A10: Past Hour(Pressure History)
A11: Barometric Pressure Bar Graph
A12: Tide
A13: Moon phase
A14: Low Battery Icon
A15: Selected Channel
A16: Outdoor Temperature
A17: Outdoor Temperature Trend
A18: Indoor Temperatur
A19: Indoor Humidity
A20: Comfort Icon
.
Part B- Button
B1: “MODE /SET” Button
B2: “AL on/off”
B3: “CHANNEL”Button
B5: “SNOOZE/LIGHT” Button
B4: “MAX/MIN” Button
B6: “HISTORY/ WEATHER” Button
B7: “ (UP) / °C/ °F” Button
B9: “Absolute /Relative”Button
B11: ”- /
” Button
Part C- Structure
C1: Wall Mount Hole
C3:. Stand
B8: “
(DOWN)” Button
B10: ” + /(12/24)” Button
B12: RESET” Button
C2: Battery Compartment
Thermo Sensor Unit Appearance.
D1: Transmission Indication LED
D3: Wall Mount Hole
D2: Outdoor Temperature
D4: Channel Select Switch
D5: Battery Compartment
D6: °C/°F” button
D7: “TX” button
D9: Temperature Sensor Probe Plug & Jack
D8: Stand
Set Up:
Insert batteries.
Use a pin to press the RESET (B12) button
Weather Forecast Function:
After Batteries inserted, or holding “WEATHER” button (B6) for 3 seconds, Weather Icon (A8)
blinks. Enter the current weather condition by pressing “
“ (B7) or “ “ (B8) buttons. Press
“WEATHER” button (B6) to confirm the setting. The weather forecast may not be accurate if
the current weather condition entered is not correct.
The current weather status should be entered again if the altitude of the weather station is
changed. ( Barometric pressure is lower at higher altitude location. Therefore, altitude change
will affect the weather forecast). The weather station will start the first forecast at 6 hours after
the current weather status is entered
Totally 5 different weather condition in the weather forecast.
“
” means Sunny .
“
” means Slightly Cloudy.
“
” means Cloudy.
“
” means Rainy
“
” means Cloudburst.
“
” is shown if the weather forecast is Rainy or Cloudburst and outdoor temperature
(any channel) is under 0°C.
If there is any inconsistency of weather forecast between Local Weather Station and this unit,
the Local Weather Station's forecast should prevail. We will not held responsible for any
trouble that may come up due to wrong forecasting from this unit.
The trend pointer (LCD A6) indicates the trend of the barometric pressure.
“
” indicates the barometric pressure trend is increasing.
“
” indicates the barometric pressure trend is steady.
“
” indicates the barometric pressure trend is decreasing.
Barometric Pressure Reading
Press“Absolute/Relative” button (B9) to select Absolute or Relative pressure display. “Abs” is
shown for Absolute pressure, “Rel” is shown for Relative pressure.
Absolute pressure is the actual pressure measured by the Main Unit.
Relative pressure can be adjusted to sea level’s pressure by holding “Absolute/Relative” button
(B9) for 3 seconds. Press “
“ (B7) or “ “ (B8) key to adjust, press “Absolute/Relative”
button (B9) to confirm. Check the Local Weather Station for Sea Level pressure.
Press “ HISTORY” button (B6) to view the past 12 hours Barometric Pressure history.
The hour is indicated on LCD-A10.
Press “HISTORY” button (B6)
Press “ HISTORY” button (B6) to view the past 12 hour Barometric Pressure history.
The hour is indicated on the LCD.
0 HR = Current Barometric Pressure Reading
-1HR = Barometric Pressure Reading in 1 hour ago
-2HR = Barometric Pressure Reading in 2 hour ago
……..etc
Hold “ ” button (B7) for three seconds to select the unit for Barometric Pressure Meter in
inHg or mb / hPa.
Barometric Pressure Trend Bar Chart.
The Barometric Pressure Reading at –2hr, -4hr, -8hr and –12hr is recorded and shown on
Barometric Pressure Bar Graph (A11). The Graph is displayed in both hPa and inHg.
Weather Boy.
Weather boy (A7) shows different clothing under different weather condition and Outdoor
temperature (according to the lowest channel). This is to remind you to wear suitable clothes or
take an umbrella with you before go to outdoor area.
If there is no Thermo Sensor is registered in the main unit, LCD shows :
Thermometer:
Press “°C / °F” button (B7) to select Temperature to be displayed in Celsius mode or
Fahrenheit mode.
If the temperature is out of the measurable range, LL.L ( beyond the minimum temperature) or
HH.H (beyond the maximum temperature) will be shown on the LCD.
Maximum/Minimum Temperature/Humidity recording function:
Press “MAX/MIN” button (B4) to show the maximum or minimum of indoor and outdoor
temperature.
“
” is shown on the LCD if maximum Temperature/Humidity is shown.
“
” is shown on the LCD if minimum Temperature/Humidity is shown.
Hold “MAX/MIN” button (B4) for 3 seconds to clear the recorded maximum and minimum
reading.
Outdoor Thermo Sensor Unit Registration Procedure:
The main unit automatically starts receiving transmission from Outdoor Thermo Sensor after
Weather condition setting. Outdoor temperature digits (A16) blinks.
Insert the batteries in the Thermo Sensor Unit. The sensor unit automatically transmit
temperature to the main unit. ( Battery compartment (D5) of thermo sensor is located behind
the back cover, unscrews to open.)
For having more than one external transmitter (Maximum3), select the Channel, CH1, CH2 or
CH3 to ensure each sensor is transmitting at difference channel before inserting batteries. The
Channel select switch (D4) is at the back of the thermo sensor unit.
Press “ TX “ button (D7) on the thermo sensor unit to transmit temperature to the main unit
manually. The main unit gives a “beep” sound if it received the temperature.
Display Outdoor Temperature :
Press “ CHANNEL” button (B3) to view the 3 Channels’ temperature. The sequence is shown
as follow:
Press
“CHANNEL” button
Press
“CHANNEL” button
Press
“CHANNEL” button
Display the three
channels alternatively
Hold “ CHANNEL” (B3) button for 3 seconds to cancel unused channel. It will automatically
register a new channel again if a new channel is received.
If there is no temperature displayed in existing channel ( “ - - . –“ is displayed on the LCD ),
hold “CHANNEL” button (B3) for 3 seconds to cancel that channel and receive the channel
again (“Beep” sound can be heard.) Then, press “ TX “ button (D7) on the thermo sensor unit
to transmit signal to the main unit manually
The trend pointer displayed (A17) indicates the trend of the outdoor temperature.
“
” indicates the outdoor temperature is increasing.
“
” indicates the outdoor temperature is steady.
“
” indicates the outdoor temperature is decreasing
Press “ °C /°F” button (D6), on the Thermo Sensor unit, to select Temperature to be displayed
in Celsius mode or Fahrenheit mode.
The use of 1.5m cord Temperature Probe:
Insert the probe plug (D9) on the right hand side of the Thermo Sensor Unit.
Put the metal casing outside and leave the Thermo Sensor Unit in an indoor area to avoid
freezing up the battery when the outdoor temperature is below -20 °C.
Always use the temperature probe to sense the temperature when the temperature is between
the following range:
-50 °C ~ 0°C and +50°C ~ + 70°C
Radio Controlled Clock:
At 2 minutes after batteries inserted, the clock automatically starts scanning the DCF time
signal.
“
” flashes indicate now is receiving DCF signal
“ ” turns on indicate signal received successfully
If reception fail, scanning stops ( “ ” disappear on the LCD ) and repeats again at next hour.
Totally four reception will be tried after starting. Each reception takes about 10 minutes.
The clock automatically scans the time signal at 3.00 a.m. everyday to maintain accurate
timing. If reception fail,, scanning stops ( “
4.00 a.m. 5.00a.m. and 6.00a.m.
” on the LCD disappear ) and repeats again at
The clock can be set to scans the time signal manually by holding “
” button (B11) for 3
seconds. If receptions fail, scanning stops. ( “ ” on the LCD disappear ).
Hold “ ” button (B11) for 3 seconds or enter Time Setting to stop scanning DCF time signal.
Buttons will not function while scanning for DCF time signal unless they are well received or
stopped manually.
“DST” shown on the LCD if it is in Daylight Saving Time Mode
Manual Time Setting:
Hold “ MODE/SET” button (B1) for 3 seconds to enter Clock/Calendar setting Mode .
Press “+” (B10) or “-” (B11) buttons to adjust the setting and press “MODE/SET” button (B1)
to
confirm each setting.
The setting sequence is shown as follow:
Hour, Minutes, Second, Year, Month, Day, Day-of-week language, Country,City and Time Zone.
8 languages can be selected in Day-of-week, they are: German, English, Russian, Denmark,
Dutch, Italian Spanish and French,. The languages and their selected abbreviations for each day
of the week are shown in the following table.
Language Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday
German, GE
English, EN
Russian, RU
SO
SU
BC
MO
MO
NH
DI
TU
BT
MI
WE
CP
DO
TH
HT
FR
FR
NT
SA
SA
CY
Denmark, DA
Dutch, NE
Italian, IT
SO
ZO
DO
MA
MA
LU
TI
DI
MA
ON
WO
ME
TO
DO
GI
FR
VR
VE
LO
ZA
SA
Spanish, ES
DO
LU
MA
MI
JU
VI
SA
French, FR
DI
LU
MA
ME
JE
VE
SA
The Time zone is used for the countries where can receive the DCF time signal but the time
zone is different from the German time.
When the country time is faster than the German time for 1 hr, the zone should be set to +1.
Then the clock will automatically set 1 hour faster from the signal time received.
The time setting mode will automatically exit in 15 seconds without any adjustment.
12/24 Hour Display mode:
Press “12/24” button (B10) to select 12 or 24 hours mode.
2 Daily Alarm Function:
Press “ MODE/SET” button (B1) to select to view:
Time
Alarm Time1 (“
“ Shown on the LCD)
Alarm Time 2 (“
“ Shown on the
LCD)
When viewing Alarm Time 1 or Alarm Time 2, hold “MODE/SET” button (B1) for 3 seconds
to enter that Alarm Time setting. Press “ +” (B10) or “-” (B11) buttons to adjust the alarm time.
Press “MODE/SET” button (B1) to confirm each setting.
When viewing Alarm Time 1 or Alarm Time 2, press “ALARM” button (B2) to switch that
alarm ON or OFF.
Press “MODE/SET”(B1), “+”(B10), “-“(B11) button to stop the alarm.
Moon Phase and Tide Indication
The Moon Phase of each day is shown on the LCD.
A: New Moon
D: Waxing Gibbous
G: Last Quarter
Tide Status :
H : High Tide
B: Waxing Crescent
E: Full Moon
H: Waning Crescent
C: First Quarter
F: Waning Gibbous
M: Medium Tide
L: Low Tide
Low batteries indicator:
“ (A14) appear at outdoor temperature row in particular channel
Low battery icon “
indicating the external transmitter of the channel in low battery status. The batteries should be
replaced.
Countries and Cities
There are 24 countries can be choosen from the Time Setting Mode. They are listed in the
following table.
Germany
GER
La Corogna
LAC
Manchester
MAN
Enschede
ENS
Liege
LIE
Aachen
Berlin
Dusseldorf
AAC
BER
DUS
Leon
Las Palmas
Madrid
LEO
LPA
MAD
Plymouth
PLY
HUN
BUD
GRO
DHA
ROT
Switzerland,
liechtenstein
Basel
SWI
Hungary
Budapest
Groningen
Den Haag
Rotterdam
Dresden
Erfurt
Frankfurt
Flensburg
Freiburg
Hannover
DRE
ERF
FRA
FLE
FRE
HAN
Malaga
MAL
Palma de Mallorca PDM
Salamanca
SAL
Sevilla
SEV
Valencia
VAL
Zaragossa
ZAR
Croatia
Zagreb
CRO
ZAG
Italy
Ancona
Bari
Bologna
ITA
ANC
BAI
BOL
Portugal
Evora
Coimbra
Faro
Leiria
Lisbon
POR
EVO
COI
FAR
LEI
LIS
Bern
Chur
Geneva
Locamo
Luceme
St Moritz
BER
CHU
GEN
LOC
LUC
MOR
Bremen
Hamburg
Rostock
Stralsund
BRE
HAM
ROS
STR
France
Besancon
Biarritz
Bordeaux
FRA
BES
BIA
BOR
Cagliari
Catania
Firenze
Foggia
CAG
CAT
FIR
FOG
Porto
POR
Poland
Gdansk
Krakow
POL
GDA
KRA
St Gallen
Sion
Vaduz
Zuerich
GAL
SIO
VAD
ZUE
Koeln
Kiel
KOE
KIE
Brest
Cherbourg
BRE
CHE
Genova
Lecce
GEN
LEC
Poznan
Szczecin
POZ
SZC
Czech Republic CZR
Prague
PRA
Kassel
KAS
Lyon
LYO
Messina
MES
Warsaw
WAR
Leipzig
LEI
Marseille
MAR
Milano
MIL
Russia
RUS
Muenchen
MUE
Monaco
MON
Napoli
NAP
St.Petersburg
PET
Magdeurg
MAG
Metz
MET
Palermo
PAL
Sweden
SWE
Nuemberg
NUE
Nantes
NAN
Parma
PAR
Gothenburg
GOT
Regensburg
REG
Nice
NIC
Perugia
PER
Stockholm
STO
Stuttgart
STU
Orleans
ORL
Torino
TOR
Slovakia
SLK
Saarbruecken
SAA
Paris
PAR
Trieste
TRI
Bratislave
BRA
Schwerin
SCH
Perpignan
PER
Venezia
VEN
Slovenia
SLO
Danmark
DAN
Lille
LIL
Verona
VER
Ljubljana
LJU
Alborg
ALB
Rouen
ROU
Ventimiglia
VTG
Yugoslavia
YUG
Arhus
ARH
Strasbourg
STR
Belgrade
BER
Copenhagen
COP
Toulouse
TOU
Ireland
IRL
Austria
AUS
Odense
ODE
Finland
FIN
Dublin
DUB
Graz
GRA
BAS
Spain, Andorra ESP
Helsinki
HEL
Luxembourg LUX
Innsbruck
INN
Alicante
ALI
Great Britain
GB
Luxembourg
LUX
Linz
LIN
Andorra
AND
Aberdeen
ABD
Norway
NOR
Salzburg
SAL
Badajoz
BAD
Belfast
BEL
Bergen
BER
Vienna
VIE
Barcelona
BAR
Birmingham
BIR
Oslo
OSL
Belgium
BEL
Bilbao
BIL
Bristol
BRI
Stavanger
STA
Antwerpen
ANT
Cadix
CAD
Edinburgh
EDI
Netherlands
NET
Brugges
BRU
Cordoba
COR
Glasgow
GLA
Amsterdam
AMS
Bruxelles
BRL
Ibiza
IBI
London
LON
Eindhoven
EIN
Charleroi
CHA
Note:
Use a pin to press the reset button(B12) if the Unit does not work properly.
Avoid placing the clock near interference sources/metal frames such as computer or TV sets.
The clock loses its time information when the battery is removed.
Buttons will not function while scanning for DCF time signal or thermo sensor’s signal unless
they are well received or stopped manually.
All Setting Mode will automatically exit in 15 seconds without any adjustment.
R&TTE Directive 1999/5/EC
Summary of the Declaration of Conformity: We hereby declare that this wireless transmission
device does comply with the essential requirements of R&TTE Directive 1999/5/EC.
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