radio-controlled projection clock with digital tuning am/fm radio

radio-controlled projection clock with digital tuning am/fm radio
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RADIO-CONTROLLED PROJECTION
CLOCK WITH DIGITAL TUNING
AM/FM RADIO
Other favourable features include EL back-light, indoor temperature
display, hourly-chime function, and user-selectable daily beep alarm
with 8-minute snooze function or Wake-up-to-Radio Alarm.
MODEL NO.: RRM968P/RRM968PU
KEY CONFIGURATION & FEATURES
FRONT VIEW
INSTRUCTION MANUAL
INTRODUCTION
Congratulations on your purchasing the Radio-controlled projection
Clock with digital tuning AM/FM radio RRM968P/RRM968PU.
The unit is a multi-functional radio-controlled clock. The RRM968P
- the Central Europe model - is designed to automatically
synchronize its current time and date when brought within an
approximate 1500km radius of the radio signal generated from
Frankfurt, Germany (DCF77). The RRM968PU - the UK model - will
do the same when brought within range of the radio signal MSF-60
generated from Rugby, England.
This unit featured with a projection function that allows the user to
display either (1) the Current Time with Indoor Temperature or (2)
the pre-set Alarm time with Indoor Temperature on the ceiling, wall
or other flat surface. In addition, the Alarm status will also be projected,
which is indicated by the Alarm-on icon. The image projected is in
a deep red color which is easily seen in the dark.
This unit also comes with an digital tuning PLL (Phase Lock Loop)
AM/FM radio with 16 user-preset stations (8 for AM and 8 for FM
radio). A Radio Sleep-Timer (auto-off) function is also included.
A1. 3-Line LCD Display
- Displays the time, date, indoor temperature and radio function
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A2. [
- Press to increase/ decrease the values in setting modes
] Battery-low indicator
- Press and hold for 2 seconds to activate/ deactivate the autoreception of RF clock radio signal (When Radio is Off)
- Displays when battery power of clock is low
A3. [
] Battery-low indicator
TOP VIEW
- Displays when battery power of radio is low
A4. [
] Radio-reception icon
- Indicates the strength of the reception of clock radio signal
A5. [RADIO] BUTTON
- Press to turn on or off the radio function
A6. [AM/FM] BUTTON
- Press to change between AM or FM radio band (when Radio
is On)
B1. [SLEEP] BUTTON
A7. [+ TUNING -] BUTTONS
- Press to turn on the radio and activate the Sleep Timer function
- Press to increase/ decrease the frequency setting
(when Radio is On)
- Press again to select the time period for the sleep-timer
(auto-off) feature: 15, 30, 60, 90 or 120 minutes
- Press and hold for 2 seconds to trigger radio auto-search
function (when Radio is On)
B2. [SNOOZE/ LIGHT] BUTTON
- Press to turn on the EL backlight and projection for 5 seconds
A8. [STATION] BUTTON
- Press to change the projected image when projection is On
- Press to stop the alarm sound and activate the 8-minute
Snooze function (for Beep alarm only)
- Press to switch among the 8 preset stations in the respective
AM or FM radio band (when Radio is On)
- Press and hold for 2 seconds to enter the preset radio station
setting mode (when Radio is On)
B3. [MODE] BUTTON
- Press to toggle among the calendar clock display modes
A9. [VOL + & VOL -] BUTTONS
- Press and hold for 2 seconds to enter the clock setting mode
- Press to increase / decrease the volume
(when Radio is On)
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SIDE VIEW
PROJECTION UNIT
D1. [180º ROTATION] BUTTON
- Press to flip the projected image horizontally
D2. [FOCUS] KNOB
C1. [ALARM ON/OFF] BUTTON
- Rotate to adjust the focus of projection
- Press to turn on/off the alarm function
D3. [IMAGE ROTATION] KNOB
C2. [ALARM] BUTTON
- Rotate to change the image 90º to the left or right
- Press to display the alarm function
- Press and hold for 2 seconds to enter the alarm-time setting mode
C3. [PROJECTION ON
] BUTTON
- Slide to enable/disable continuous projection
(when Adapter is connected)
C4. HEADPHONE JACK
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BACK VIEW
BATTERY INSTALLATION
This unit can be operated by batteries or AC power alone as well as
both together.
Using Battery
E1. BATTERY COMPARTMENT
- Accommodates 4 pieces of UM-3 or AA 1.5 V batteries (2
pieces for clock function and 2 pieces for radio function)
E2. EXTENDABLE ANTENNA
- External antenna for FM radio
E3. [RESET] BUTTON
- Press to return all settings to default values
E4. 4.5 V DC JACK WITH RUBBER COVER
- For AC power adapter installation
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Battery Installation:
FEATURES
1. Remove the battery compartment door by rotating it to the
direction of “
” as shown
Section I — Radio-Controlled Calendar
Clock
2. Insert four pieces of UM-3 or AA 1.5V batteries in accordance to
the polarities.
3. Press [RESET].
ABOUT RADIO RECEPTION
4. Replace the battery compartment door by rotating it back onto
the unit by following the direction of “
After battery installation, the unit will automatically synchronize
its time and date with the radio signal when it is within reception
range of the signal.
”.
When the battery power level is low, the respective low battery
When the unit is receiving radio signal, the reception icon will start
to blink. The reception icon will show either strong or weak reception
depending on the strength of the radio signal. A complete reception
generally takes about two to ten minutes.
] will light up. Replace the batteries or connect it
indicator [
with AC power adapter.
Please note if only AC adapter is connected and no battery is
installed, low battery indicator [
] for clock will also light up.
When the reception is complete the reception icon will stop blinking.
The reception icon will show as “
Using AC Power
”for no reception or “
successful reception.
The antenna icon indicates the quality of reception.
STRONG
WEAK
NO RECEPTION
IN PROGRESS
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For best reception, place the unit away from other equipment that emit
radio frequency or microwave signals such as TVs, radios, PCs or
microwave ovens. Other causes for signal interference include electrical
power transmission tower and/or steel reinforced concrete construction.
3. Clock with Weekday
----------------------------------------------------------Clock (2nd Zone-time)/Indoor Temperature
HOW TO ENABLE OR DISABLE AUTORECEPTION
4. Clock with Weekday(2nd Zone-time)
---------------------------------------------------------Calendar (2nd Zone-time)/Indoor Temperature
To disable the automatic reception of radio signal, press and hold
[VOL -] for 2 seconds. The reception icon will disappear and the
unit will stop receiving the radio signal.
SETTING THE CLOCK AND CALENDAR
MANUALLY
To activate the signal reception again, press and hold [VOL +] for 2
seconds. The reception icon will appear again and start blinking to
indicate auto reception of radio signal.
When the automatic radio reception is disabled, the main unit can
be set manually. Set the Clock and Calendar by following the
procedures below:
DISPLAY MODES SELECTION
1. Press and hold [MODE] for 2 seconds. The 2nd Zone-time hour
offset will start flashing.
Press [MODE] in the normal display mode to scroll through the
calendar clock display modes:
2. Enter the hour-offset by using [VOL +] or [VOL -]. Press [MODE]
to confirm the entry.
3. Follow the same procedures to set the 12/24-format, hour, minutes,
year, “mm:dd” or “dd:mm” calendar display format, month, day,
display languages and hourly chime on/off mode.
1. Clock with Second
--------------------------Calendar/Indoor Temperature
4. Press [MODE] to save the changes and exit the setting mode. If
changes are made after the minute adjustment, the value of
seconds will be reset and start from zero.
5. For the day-of-week you can select among 5 languages —
English (E), French (F), German (D), Italian (I) and Spanish (S).
2. Clock with Weekday
--------------------------------------------Calendar/Indoor Temperature
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Language
Langues
Sprache
Lingue
Idiomas
Lingua
Day-of-the-week
Affichage du jour
Giorno della settimana Día de la semana
Monday
Lundi
Montag
Lunedí
Lunes
Segunda
Tuesday
Mardi
Dienstag
Martedí
Martes
Terça
Wednesday
Mercredi
Mittwoch
Mercoledí
Miércoles
Quarta
Thursday
Jeudi
Donnerstag
Glovedí
Jueves
Quinta
DISPLAYING AND SETTING THE
ALARM
Wochentaganzeige
Dia de Semana
Friday
Vendredi
Freitag
Venerdí
Viernes
Sexta
Saturday
Samedi
Samstag
Sabato
Sábado
Sábado
Sunday
Dimanche
Sonntag
Domenica
Domingo
Domingo
This unit is equipped with a daily alarm. To view the preset alarm
time, press [ALARM].
To set the corresponding alarm time, follow the instructions below:
1. Press and hold [ALARM] for 2 seconds in alarm display mode.
The hours will blink.
English
Anglais
Englisch
Inglese
Inglés
Inglês
2. Enter the hour by using [VOL +] or [VOL -]. Press [ALARM] to
confirm the entry.
French
Français
Französisch
Francese
Francés
Francês
3. The Minutes will then blink.
German
Allemand
Deutsch
Tedesco
Alemán
Alemão
5. The beep alarm [
4. Enter the minutes by using [VOL +] or [VOL -]. Press [ALARM]
to confirm the entry.
] or radio alarm icon [
] will blink.
6. Select the alarm-sounding mode by using [VOL +] or [VOL -].
In Beep alarm mode, a 2-minute crescendo alarm will be turned
on when the alarm time is up. In Radio alarm mode, when alarm
time is up, the radio will be turned on and remained on for 2
hours unless it is manually deactivated. Press [ALARM] to
confirm the entry.
Italian
Italian
Italienisch
Italiano
Italiano
Italíano
7. If Radio alarm mode is being chosen, the radio will be
automatically turned on and the Radio Station Number will flash.
Select the radio station by using [STATION]. Please note that
in this Radio Alarm mode, manual tuning cannot be used to set
the station. Press [ALARM] to confirm the entry.
Spanish
Espagnol
Spanisch
Spagnolo
Español
Espanhol
8. The Volume will then flash. Again, select the radio volume by
using [VOL +] or [VOL -]. Press [ALARM] to confirm the entry
and exit the setting mode. Press [RADIO] to turn off the radio.
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When the pre-set time arrives, beep sound / radio will be turned on.
Press any key to stop the beep sound. The EL backlight and projection
will also activate for 5 seconds.
Section II - Digitally-tuned PLL AM/FM
Radio
To enable/disable the alarm, press [ALARM ON/OFF ] when the
main unit is in Alarm display mode
HOW TO USE THE RADIO
When [SNOOZE/LIGHT] is pressed to stop the alarm sound (only
when Beep Alarm mode is selected), the unit will re-alarm again
after 8 minutes. To disable the snooze function, press [ALARM] or
[ALARM ON/OFF ] or press and hold [SNOOZE/LIGHT] for 3
seconds when alarm goes off.
Before you start - All radio functions can only be operated when
Radio is powered on.
To turn on the radio press [RADIO]. The radio will be turned on at
the last preset radio station and volume.
Please note that when Radio is on while Beep Alarm goes off at the
same time, the Radio will be temporarily stopped until the Beep
Alarm has been turned off.
To change the radio frequency, press [AM/FM] to select the radio
band. Then use [+TUNING -] to locate the desired radio frequency.
Press once and the value will advance by 1 step. Press and hold for
2 seconds to enter the Radio Channel auto-search function.
NOTE ON RADIO ALARM
To change the volume, use [VOL +] or [VOL -] to increase or decrease
the volume.There are a total of 16 (0-15) - steps.
When the Radio Alarm is turned on, the Radio will be turned on for
2 hours. You can intervene by setting the time period for the Sleep
function by pressing [SLEEP] or simply turn off the radio at any
time.
To toggle among the programmed stations, press [STATION].
To turn off the radio, press [ RADIO ].
AUTO-SEARCH FUNCTION
HOURLY CHIME FUNCTION
When the hourly chime function is on, the indication “
The unit is equipped with an Auto-Search function and can
automatically search for the next clear channel. To activate this
function, press and hold [+TUNING -] for 2 seconds and
automatically the value of the frequency will keep increasing or
decreasing until a clear channel is found. Once this function is
activated, you can release and stop pressing the button.
” will
be displayed and a beep sound will be given out at the beginning
of each hour. You can activate or deactivate this function by setting
this in the clock and calendar setting mode (please refer to Section
“SETTING THE CLOCKAND CALENDAR MANUALLY”).
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Section III — Indoor Thermometer
HOW TO PROGRAM A PRESET
STATION
DISPLAY OF INDOOR TEMPERATURE
This unit allows you to program up to 8 FM and 8 AM radio stations
in the memory. To do so:
Once batteries are installed into the main unit, it will start to detect
the indoor temperature and the data will be displayed. The
temperature shown is in degree Celsius (°C). The unit is capable of
measuring temperature within the -5°C and +50°C range. If the
temperature goes above or below that, “HHH” or “LLL” will be
displayed correspondingly.
1. First press [AM/FM] to select the AM or FM frequency.
2. Select a station number by pressing [STATION].
3. Locate the desired radio frequency by using [+TUNING -].
4. Press and hold [STATION] for 2 seconds to confirm and exit the
setting mode.
Section IV — Projection
HOW TO USE THE SLEEP (AUTO-OFF)
FUNCTION
HOW TO USE THE PROJECTION
The projection makes it easier for you to read the current time or
alarm time with alarm status and indoor temperature at night. To use
the feature,
With this Sleep function, the radio will be automatically switched
off after a pre-set period of time.
1. Press [SNOOZE/LIGHT] to turn on the projection for 5 seconds.
The current time with alarm status and indoor temperature will
be projected onto the surface the lens is facing.
1. To set the sleep function, press [SLEEP]. “0 min” will be
displayed.
2. Press [SLEEP] again to select the period of time (120, 90, 60, 30
or 15 minutes)(when the function is activated the “Sleep” icon
will flash).
2. To change to view the preset alarm time instead of the current
time, press [SNOOZE/LIGHT] again when projection is on.
3. Wait for about 5 seconds and the sleep function will be activated
automatically.
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slide the [ PROJECTION ON
during daytime.
3. Adjust the projected image as below.
] switch to the “off” position
Projector Features
Feature
Effect
Instructions
Adjustable
Projection
Rotates the
projection 180°
Tilt swivel projection
housing to alter the
direction of
projection
FOCUS
Knob
Focuses
projection
Rotate Dial D2 to
focus projection
IMAGE
ROTATION
KNOB
Dial D3 rotates
projection
Rotation of
projection allows
user to place clock in
convenient
180 °
ROTATION
BUTTON
Button D1
horizontally flips
the projection
180°
Flips an image to
maintain an upright
position
Section V — Others
BACKLIGHT
To turn on the EL backlight of the LCD Display, press [SNOOZE/
LIGHT] to turn it on for 5 seconds.
HOW TO RESET THE UNIT
Press [RESET] to reset the settings when the unit is malfunctioning
When [RESET] is pressed, all settings will return to the default
values and memory records will be erased.
PRECAUTIONS
This unit is engineered to give you years of satisfactory service if
you handle it carefully. Here are a few precautions.
For continuous projection, you must connect it with power adapter.
When the power adapter is connected to the unit, the projection
will be activated and remain so by sliding on the [PROJECTION
ON
] switch.
To deactivate the feature, slide the switch back to its off position.
To increase the life-time of the projection LED, it is suggested to
1. Do not immerse the unit in water. If you spill liquid over it, dry
it immediately with a soft, lint-free cloth.
2. Do not clean the unit with any liquid containing alcohol,
detergent, abrasive or corrosive materials. They may scratch the
plastic parts and corrode the electronic circuit.
3. Do not subject the unit to excessive force, shock, dust,
temperature or humidity, which may result in malfunction,
shorter electronic life span, damaged battery and distorted parts.
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4. Do not tamper with the unit’s internal components. Doing so will
invalidate the warranty on the unit and may cause unnecessary damage.
The unit contains no user-serviceable parts.
(i) Crescendo Beep Alarm with
8-minute Snooze function; or
(ii) Radio Alarm
5. Only use fresh batteries as specified in the user’s instructions.
Do not mix new and old batteries as the old ones may leak.
Digital - tuning Radio
6. Always read the user’s instructions thoroughly before operating
the unit.
To maintain good performances, do not use the units in places which
are extremely hot, cold, dusty or humid. In particular, keep the
units away from:
-
High Humidity areas (e.g., bathroom)
-
Extreme hot areas (e.g., near a heater)
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Areas exposed to direct sunlight
AM band Frequency
: 531 – 1602 kHz
(Step frequency: 9KHz)
FM band Frequency
: 87.5 – 108.0 MHz
(Step frequency: 0.05MHz)
Station
: 8 memories for AM/ 8 memories
for FM
Digital Volume
: 16 - step (0-15)
Temperature Measurement
Main Unit
Note on Listening with the headphones
Indoor Temperature
A headphone jack is provided so that you can listen to the radio by
plugging a headphone into the jack. Remember to listen at a moderate
volume to avoid hearing damage.
Measuring Range
: 0.1°C (0.2°F)
Power
: - 4 pcs of AA or “UM-3”
1.5 V batteries
SPECIFICATIONS
- 4.5 V AC Adapter
(for continuous projection)
Radio-controlled Calendar Clock
Display format
: 12- or 24-hour
Calendar
: Month/Day/Second or Month/
Day/Day - of - Week
Day of Week in 5 languages:
English/ French/ German/ Italian
and Spanish
Alarm
: -5°C to +50°C (+23°F to +122°F)
Temperature Resolution
Weight
: Daily alarm in the following modes:
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: 379g (without battery)
Dimensions
: 153 x 126 x 40mm ( L x W x H )
Note on Battery
: Batteries included (if any) are for
demonstration purpose only. For
optimal daily-usage, application
of new alkaline batteries are
recommended.
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EC-DECLARATION OF CONFORMITY
CAUTION
This product complies with the essential requirements of Article 3 of the R&TTE
1999/5/EC Directives, if used for its intended use and that the following
standard(s) has/have been applied:
- The content of this manual and the product specifications are
is subject to change without further notices
- Due to printing limitation the displays shown in the manual
may differ from the actual display
Efficient use of radio frequency spectrum
(Article 3.2 of the R&TTE Directive)
applied standard(s)
N/A
- The contents of this manual may not be reproduced without
the permission of the manufacturer
Electromagnetic compatibility
(Article 3.1.b of the R&TTE Directive)
applied standard(s)
ETS 300 683:1997
Safety of information technology equipment
(Article 3.1.a of the R&TTE directive)
applied standard(s)
EN 60950:1997
Additional information:
The product is therefore conform with the Low Voltage Directive 73/23/EC,
the EMC Directive 89/336/EC and R&TTE Directive 1999/5/EC (appendix II)
and carries the respective CE marking.
VS-Villingen / Germany August 2001
Gerhard Preis
EC representative of manufacturer
RTTE Compliant Countries :
All EU countries, Switzerland CH
And Norway
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TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDE - RRM968P/ RRM968PU
Trouble
Possible Cause
Remedy
Reception icon “Antenna” is not shown
Auto-reception of clock radio signal has been
disabled
Enable this function by following the instructions
in the User’s Manual
Displayed Temperature data is different from
other measuring instruments
(1) The measurement method is different
(1) Use the same instruments with
consideration of the tolerance of readings
(2) The area under evaluation is different or being
influenced by climate
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Clock time is not correctly set; and/or
The clock radio signal is not received because:
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Reception icon “Antenna” displays as “No
reception”
-
Electromagnetic interference exist, or the Main
Unit is located within reinforced concrete wall
or shadowed area location
-
Orientation of placement is not at optimum
position for reception of clock radio signal
(1) Place the 2 instruments very closely for a
time period (no less then 30 minutes),
avoiding direct light and air movements
-
Locate the Main Unit far from PC, mobile phone
etc and re-locate it near the window sill. Wait
at least 24 hours (note: during night-time signal
is less attenuate particularly after raining)
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The clock radio signal is searched at 1:00,
2:00, 3:00, 9:00, 15:00, 21:00 every day
automatically
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To force the signal reception please refer to
instructions in the User’s manual
The projection LED does not go on when AC/DC
adapter is installed
Projection-On button is slid to the Off-position
Slide the Projection-On button to the Onposition
The unit is reset when SNOOZE button is pressed
Batteries are being discharged
Replace with new batteries
Warning:
-
For other cases not listed in the above, feel free to contact our help line
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Do not dissemble the unit. This will void the warranty
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