RGR150 Wireless Rain Gauge with Thermometer and Clock

RGR150 Wireless Rain Gauge with Thermometer and Clock
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RGR150
USER’S MANUAL
Wireless Rain Gauge with
Thermometer and Clock
INTRODUCTION
Thank you for selecting this Wireless Rain Gauge. This device monitors and displays rainfall data
along with the indoor/outdoor temperature from up to three remote locations. Please read and
follow the manual carefully.
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IN THIS PACKAGE YOU WILL FIND:
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• One main unit (receiver)
• One remote rain gauge
(transmitter)
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W I R E L E S S
3
THERMO – SENSOR
• One remote temperature
sensor (transmitter)
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PRODUCT OVERVIEW
MAIN UNIT FEATURES
• Wireless transmission of the rainfall data
from the remote rain gauge to the main
unit up to 100 feet (30 meters) away
• Wireless transmission of the temperature
from the remote temperature sensor to
the main unit up to 100 feet (30 meters)
away
• Rainfall may be displayed in inches
or mm
• Programmable Rain Alarm
• 7 days of rain collection history
• Built-in rain gauge installation level
• Indoor and remote temperature display
• MIN/MAX memory for indoor/outdoor
temperature
• Hourly, daily and weekly rainfall history
• Monitors temperature in up to 3 remote
locations
• Quartz clock with calendar
• Programmable Time Zones
• Day of the week in English, German,
French, Spanish or Italian
• Dual crescendo alarm with snooze
• Programmable Ice Warning Alarm
• Wall mount or desktop option
• Low battery indicator
• LED backlight
FRONT VIEW
MAIN RECEIVER UNIT
(RAIN MODE CONTROL PANEL)
A. Weather and time information
A three-line LCD display
Please keep this manual handy as you use
your new item. It contains practical step-bystep instructions, as well as technical
specifications and precautions you should
know.
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B. ALARM button
• Toggles between the rainfall modes –
a current rainfall data and a rain alarm
programming mode
• Activates the high rainfall alarm setting
mode
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FRONT VIEW (MAIN RECEIVER UNIT)
(RAIN MODE CONTROL PANEL)
REAR VIEW (MAIN RECEIVER UNIT)
(TIME AND TEMPERATURE CONTROLS PANEL)
C. MODE button
• Toggles between the rainfall modes –
for the past hour, 24 hours, and for the
past 7 days
H. MODE button
• Toggles between four clock modes –
time with seconds, time with the day
of the week, Time Zone programming
and calendar
D. UP ▲ button
• Toggles between the rainfall modes –
for the past hour, 24 hours, and for the
past 7 days
• Increases all function parameters; press
and hold for rapid increase
• Enables or disables rain alarm
E. DOWN ▼ button
• Toggles between the rainfall modes –
for past hour, for the past 24 hours, and
for the past 7 days
• Decreases all function parameters; press
and hold for rapid decrease
• Enables or disables high rain alarm
• Enforces the remote rain gauge signal
search
F. MEMORY button
• Toggles between the rainfall memory
modes – for the past hour, 24 hours, and
for the past 7 days
• Clears the memory
I. UP ▲ button
• Increases all time and temperature
function parameters
• Enables the time alarms
J . DOWN ▼ button
• Decreases all time and temperature
function parameters
• Disables the time alarms
• Enforces the remote temperature sensor
signal search
K. ALARM button
• Toggles between the alarm modes –
weekday alarm ( W ), single
alarm ( S) and ice warning
alarm (Pre-AL)
L. MEMORY button
• Toggles between current, minimum and
maximum readings of the indoor and
remote temperatures
• Clears the memory
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M. CHANNEL button
• Recalls a different channel of the remote
temperature
• Enables remote temperature channels
auto scanning feature
N. SNOOZE/LIGHT button
• Enables backlight for 5 seconds
• Stops any alarm temporarily
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A. Rain gauge bucket
Holds all rain gauge components
B. Knob
Secures the top on the rain gauge bucket
C. Rain gauge bucket feet
Allow securing the rain gauge on its place
REMOTE RAIN GAUGE
O. BATTERY COMPARTMENT
• Accommodates 2 “AA” batteries
P . WALL-MOUNT RECESSED HOLE
• Keeps the main unit on the wall
Q. REMOVABLE TABLE STAND
• Keeps main unit in upright position on a
flat surface
REMOTE RAIN GAUGE FEATURES
• Precipitation measurement
• Remote rainfall data transmission to the
main unit via 433 MHz signal
• 100 feet (30 meters) transmission range
without interference
• Built-in installation level
• Mounting hardware
• Non-corrosive protective screen
D. Funnel-shaped top with battery
compartment
Contains battery compartment and rainfall
counting electronics
E. Battery compartment
Holds 2 “AA” batteries
F. Screws
Secure battery compartment cover
G. Built-in leveler
Allows leveling rain gauge on the surface
H. Bucket see-saw mechanism
Collects the rainfall in one of its containers
and self-empties once full
I. Protective screen
Protects the rain gauge funnel from debris
REMOTE TEMPERATURE SENSOR
FEATURES (see diagram next page)
• Remote temperature transmission to the
main unit via 433 MHz signal
• 100 feet (30 meters) transmission range
without interference
• LCD display of measured temperature
• Three transmission (3) channels selection
• Selection of the temperature display in
Celsius or Fahrenheit
• Case can be wall mounted using built-in
hanger
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A. LED INDICATOR
• Flashes once when the remote temperature
sensor transmits a reading to the main unit.
• Flashes twice when battery power is low.
B. BATTERY COMPARTMENT
• Holds 2 “AA” batteries
C. RESET
• Resets all readings
D. CHANNEL SWITCH
• Selects the desired channel
E. WALL-MOUNT RECESSED OPENING
• Keeps the remote temperature sensor on
the wall
F. ºF/ºC SELECTOR
• Selects the temperature display in
Fahrenheit or Celsius
BEFORE YOU BEGIN
• We recommend using alkaline batteries
for the remote rain gauge, temperature
sensor and main unit when temperatures
are above 32ºF (0ºC). We recommend
using lithium batteries for the
temperature sensor when temperatures
are below 32ºF (0ºC).
• Avoid using rechargeable batteries.
(Rechargeable batteries cannot maintain
correct power requirements).
• ALWAYS install batteries in the remote
rain gauge and the remote temperature
sensor before the main unit.
• Insert batteries before first use, matching
the polarity in the battery compartment
• Press RESET in the remote temperature
sensor after each battery change with a
paper clip or similar tool.
• Remove protective plastic screen from
LCD display (If any)
• During an initial setup, place the main
unit close to the remote rain gauge and
remote temperature sensor
• Important: Only after reception is
established (the remote rainfall data and
temperature will appear on the main
unit’s display), you may position and
mount the remote sensors (the rain gauge
and the temperature sensor) and the
main unit within the effective
transmission range of 100 feet
(30 meters).
• The remote rain gauge must be placed
outdoors on the open area, away from
the walls, fences and trees and level.
• It is important that excess precipitation
can freely flow from the remote rain
gauge.
• The remote temperature sensor can be
placed indoors or outdoors, depending
on the area where the temperature is
intended to be measured. If you intend
measuring outdoor temperature, place the
remote temperature sensor outdoors.
• The main unit must be placed indoors.
NOTE:
1. Avoid pressing any buttons on the main
unit before the remote rainfall and
temperature data are displayed.
2. The effective operating range may be
influenced by the surrounding building
materials and how the receiver (main
unit) and transmitters (remote rain gauge
and temperature sensor) are positioned.
3. Place the remote rain gauge and
temperature sensor so that it faces
the main unit (receiver), minimizing
obstructions such as doors, walls,
and furniture.
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4. Though the remote temperature sensors
are weather-resistant, they should be
placed away from direct sunlight, rain or
snow. The best suggested location for
the remote temperature sensor for
outdoors is under the eave on the north
side of the building.
NOTE: When the temperature falls below
freezing, the batteries in the remote rain
gauge and outdoor remote temperature
sensor may have reduced voltage
supply and a shorter effective range.
We recommend using lithium batteries
at temperatures of 32ºF (0ºC) and below.
We also recommend covering the
remote rain gauge tightly with a plastic
during the winter time or move it
indoors.
RAIN GAUGE
BATTERY INSTALLATION
• Unlock the funnel-shaped top on the rain
gauge by turning both knobs on the sides
in an anti-clockwise direction.
• Remove the funnel-shaped top lifting it
off the rain gauge bucket.
• Remove 7 small screws from the battery
compartment cover using a small Phillips
screwdriver.
• Insert 2 “AA” size alkaline batteries (not
included), matching the polarities as
shown in the battery compartment.
• Replace the battery compartment door
and secure the screws.
• Insert the funnel-shaped top into the rain
gauge bucket and secure it into place by
turning the knobs clockwise.
PLACEMENT TIPS
• Make sure that the remote rain gauge is
level – check if the ball bearing inside the
bucket is at the midpoint of the leveler.
• Place the protective screen over the top
to protect the rain gauge from the debris.
• Mount the rain gauge using mounting
hardware provided.
• Make sure that the rain gauge is in open
area where precipitation falls directly into
the gauge’s bucket, ideally 2-3 feet above
the ground.
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REMOTE TEMPERATURE SENSOR
BATTERY INSTALLATION
NOTE: Install the batteries; select the channel
and temperature in °F or °C before
mounting the remote temperature
sensor.
• Remove the screws from the battery
compartment with a small Phillips
screwdriver.
• Set the channel. The switch is located in
the battery compartment. Channel 1 is
typically selected if only one remote
sensor is being used.
• Install 2 “AA” size alkaline batteries (not
included) matching the polarities shown
in the battery compartment.
• Replace the battery compartment door
and secure the screws.
• Secure remote temperature sensor in the
desired location.
MAIN UNIT
BATTERY INSTALLATION
• Open the battery compartment door.
• Install 2 batteries (UM-3 or “AA” size 1.5V)
matching the polarity as shown in the
battery compartment.
• Replace the battery compartment door.
LOW BATTERY WARNING
A low-battery indicator [
] will appear on
the remote rainfall reading line and the indoor
or remote temperature reading line of the main
unit, warning that the corresponding batteries
need replacement.
HOW TO USE THE TABLE STAND
The main unit has a removable table stand that
supports it on a flat surface.
Attach table stand to the bottom of the main
unit in the slots provided. The main unit can
also be mounted on the wall using the
recessed screw hole. The table stand must be
removed prior to mounting. The remote
temperature sensor can be similarly mounted
or placed on a flat surface.
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GETTING STARTED
After the batteries are installed; the remote
temperature sensor will transmit temperature
readings at about 45 second intervals.
The remote rain gauge will transmit rainfall
data at about 183 second intervals. The main
unit may take up to two minutes to receive the
initial readings. Upon successful reception, the
rainfall reading (0.00) will appear on the top
line of the main unit’s display and the remote
temperature will appear on the line below. The
main unit will automatically update readings at
45-second intervals.
If no signals received from the remote
temperature sensor within two minutes,
dashes [
] will be displayed. Press and
hold the front panel DOWN (▼) button on the
main unit for two seconds or until Rain symbol
will start flashing, to initiate a signal search for
the remote rainfall.
Press and hold the back panel DOWN (▼)
button on the main unit for two seconds to
initiate a signal search for the remote
temperature.
REMOTE AND INDOOR
TEMPERATURES
The remote temperature information is located
on the middle line of the main unit’s display.
The indoor temperature with the icon IN is
located next to the remote temperature. The
wave icon above the remote channel number
indicates the reception status from the remote
temperature sensor. There are three following
types of the reception status that may be
displayed:
The Unit is in searching mode
Temperature readings are
securely registered
No signals
˚F
NOTE: If the indoor or remote temperature
goes above or below operating range
stated in specifications, the main unit’s
display will show dashes “
”
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AUTO-SCANNING
Press and hold the CHANNEL button on the
back on the main unit for 2 seconds – the icon
“ ” will appear on the display’s middle line
below the remote temperature channel
number. All 3 remote temperatures will be
displayed one-by-one automatically for
4 seconds each in the following sequence:
Channel 1, Channel 2 and Channel 3. To exit
from scanning mode, press and hold the
CHANNEL button (on the back) for 2 seconds,
and the icon “ ” will disappear, returning the
main unit to the default display mode.
CHECKING REMOTE RAINFALL DATA
The remote rainfall information line is located
on the top line of the main unit’s display. The
rain icon “ ” is located to the left of the
rainfall reading and indicates the reception
status from the remote rain gauge.
There are three following types of the
reception status that may be displayed:
The Unit is in searching mode
Rainfall readings are
securely registered
No signals detected
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Press and hold the MODE button on the front
panel to display the rainfall reading in inches
or mm.
RAINFALL HISTORY
The rainfall history records will be
automatically stored in the memory of the
main unit. There are three historical records
may be displayed – for the past hour, past day
and past week.
To display any of available rainfall history
reading, use any button on the front panel
except the ALARM button. The display
sequence is: LAST HOUR, LAST 24 HOURS,
and LAST 7 DAYS.
To clear the memory, press and hold MEMORY
button on the front panel for two seconds and
all previously stored readings will be erased
(all the historical records will display a default
reading 0.00).
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MAXIMUM AND MINIMUM
TEMPERATURE
The maximum and minimum record of the
indoor and remote temperatures will be
automatically stored in the memory of the
main unit.
To display the minimum, maximum or the
current reading press MEMORY button on the
back panel.
To clear the memory, press and hold MEMORY
button on the back for two seconds and all
previously stored readings will be erased.
LOST COMMUNICATION
• If the main unit display line for the remote
temperature sensor reading goes blank,
press and hold the back DOWN (▼) button
for 2 seconds to begin a new signal
search. If the signal still isn’t received,
please make sure that:
• The remote temperature sensor is in its
proper location.
• The distance between main unit and
remote temperature sensor is not over
100 feet (30 meters).
• The path between units is clear of
obstacles. Shorten the distance if
necessary.
• Fresh batteries are installed correctly in
both remote temperature sensor and
main unit.
• If there is no reception, please perform
the following steps:
• Bring the main unit and remote
temperature sensor close together.
• Remove four (4) small screws from the
back of the remote temperature sensor
with small Phillips screwdriver, and open
the battery compartment.
• Remove the batteries from the battery
compartment and reinstall them in the
same manner. Remote sensor LED
indicator will flash showing transmission
of the signal.
• Remove the batteries from the main unit
and reinstall them in the same manner.
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• The remote temperature appeared on the
main unit’s display will show that
transmission is being received
successfully.
• If the main unit display line for the remote
rain gauge reading goes blank, press
and hold the front DOWN (▼) button for
2 seconds to begin a new signal search.
• If the signal still isn’t received, please
make sure that:
• The remote rain gauge is in its proper
location.
• The distance between main unit and
remote rain gauge is not over 100 feet
(30 meters).
• The path between units is clear of
obstacles. Shorten the distance if
necessary.
• Fresh batteries are installed correctly in
both remote rain gauge and main unit.
TRANSMISSION COLLISION
Signals from the other household devices such
as wireless doorbells, home security systems,
and entry control, may interfere with this
product or cause temporary reception
interruption. This is normal and will not affect
the general performance of the product. The
transmission and reception of the remote
readings will resume once the interference
subsides.
LANGUAGE, TEMPERATURE,
CALENDAR AND
CLOCK DISPLAY MODES
Date is displayed in month-date or date-month
format. Each press of the MODE button on the
back panel will toggle the clock modes
between the time with seconds, time with the
day, time zone and a calendar.
MANUAL SETTINGS
REAR PANEL
• Press and hold MODE button for
3 seconds: the 2 digit language letters
will flash.
• If you go into “zone” setting, press mode
2 times to get to day/month display, then
hold “mode” button for 3 seconds to
access “language” setting (1st mode).
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• Press UP (▲) or DOWN (▼) to change
language. Languages available are DE,
FR, IT, SP & EN.
• After the language is set, press MODE
button again to move to the next value
• Continue setting temperature (in Celsius
or Fahrenheit,) year, month, date, calendar
format, (12 or 24 hour time format) hour
and minutes.
• After the last parameter is set, press
MODE for the last time to return to the
default mode (time of day with seconds).
TIME ZONE
• Select Time Zone setting mode by
pressing MODE button until the word
“ZONE” will appear to the left of time
display
• Press and hold MODE button until
flashing“0:00” digits will appear
prompting to set the desired time zone
in 30 minutes intervals
ALARMS
HIGH RAIN ALARM
The high rain alarm for the past 24 hours can
be set and displayed at any time by pressing
ALARM button on the front panel.
To set the high rain alarm,
• Press the ALARM button on the front
panel until the “ALARM HI” will appear on
the upper right corner of the rainfall
information line.
• Press and hold the ALARM button for
2 seconds or until the rainfall data digits
will flash.
• Enter the rainfall amount you want to set
the rain alarm for using the front panel
UP (▲) or DOWN (▼).
• Press the ALARM button again to confirm
and the high rain alarm will be set.
NOTE: Press and hold the MODE button on the
front panel to display the rainfall
reading in inches or mm.
TIME ALARMS
The Wireless Rain Gauge has three available
time alarms – Weekday alarm ( W ), Single
alarm ( S ) and Ice Warning Alarm (Pre-Al).
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• If Weekday alarm is activated, it will
sound at the set time and the alarm icon
will flash Mondays through Fridays.
• If Single day alarm is activated, it will
sound at the set time and the alarm icon
will flash only for this specific day and
will not activate on subsequent days.
• If Ice Warning Alarm is activated, in will
sound at the set time and alarm icon will
flash if the remote temperature for
Channel One (1) will reach 35.6ºF (+2ºC)
and below.
NOTE: Ice Warning Alarm can be set only if one
or both of the Weekday or Single alarm
are programmed.
SETTING THE WEEKDAY AND
SINGLE DAY
ALARMS
• Press ALARM button once to enter into
the alarms setting mode. The default
alarm is a Weekday alarm. The
abbreviation “OFF” with a letter “ W ”
next to it will be displayed, if the alarm
has not been set previously.
• Press and hold the ALARM button for two
seconds. The hour digit will flash.
• Enter the hour using back panel UP (▲)
or DOWN (▼).
• Press the ALARM again. The minute digits
will flash.
• Enter the minutes using UP (▲) or
DOWN (▼).
• Press the ALARM button again to confirm
and the weekday alarm time will be set.
• Set Single day alarm if desired in the
same manner.
SETTING THE ICE WARNING ALARM
If Weekday or Single day alarm is set, the Ice
Warning Alarm can be programmed.
• Press the back panel ALARM button once
to enter into the Ice Warning Alarm
setting mode. The abbreviation “OFF”
with a “PRE-AL” next to it will be
displayed.
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• Press and hold the back panel ALARM
button for two seconds. The “30” number
will flash, meaning that if selected, the
alarm will sound 30 minutes earlier than
the Weekday or Single alarm.
• Enter the desired minutes from 15 to
90 minutes in 15 minutes intervals, using
UP (▲) or DOWN (▼).
• Press back panel ALARM button again to
confirm and exit from the alarm setting
mode.
ACTIVATING THE ALARM
• Press ALARM ON/OFF button to enter into
the alarms mode.
• Press DOWN (▼) to activate or UP (▲) to
deactivate desired alarm. When alarms
are activated, the corresponding icons
will be displayed.
SNOOZE
When any alarm sounds, press the
SNOOZE/LIGHT button to temporarily stop the
alarm. After the SNOOZE/LIGHT is depressed,
the alarm sound will resume in eight minutes.
If the alarm is not disabled after that, it will
sound for four more minutes and then will
stop by itself.
PRECAUTIONS
This product is engineered to give you years of
satisfactory service if handled carefully. Here
are a few precautions:
• Do not immerse the units in water.
• Do not clean the units with abrasive or
corrosive materials. They may scratch the
plastic parts and corrode the electronic
circuits.
• Do not subject the product to excessive
force, shock, dust, temperature, or
humidity, which may result in
malfunctions, shorter lifespan, damaged
batteries, and damaged parts.
• Do not tamper with the units internal
components. Doing so will invalidate the
warranty and may cause damage. These
units contain no user-serviceable parts.
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• Use only fresh batteries. Do not mix new
and old batteries.
• Read the user’s manual thoroughly before
operating the units.
SPECIFICATIONS
Main Unit
TIME
12/24 hour display in hh: mm format
Date format: month-day or day-month format
Day of the week is selectable in five languages
(English, Spanish, French, German, Italian)
Time zone manual adjustment
Dual two-minute crescendo alarms with
8 minutes snooze
Programmable ice warning alarm (Channel 1)
WEATHER
Rainfall
Proposed operating range:
0 to 1999.9mm/0 to 78.74 inch
Rainfall resolution: 0.04 inch (1mm)
Indoor Temperature
Proposed operating range:
23.0º to 122.0ºF (-5.0º to +50.0ºC)
Temperature resolution: 0.2ºF (0.1ºC)
User-selectable (ºF or ºC) temperature display
LED backlight
Low battery indicator
Wall Mount or Desktop option
REMOTE RAIN GAUGE
Remote Rainfall Data
Proposed operating range:
23.0º to 122.0ºF (-5.0º to 50.0ºC)
RF transmission frequency: 433 MHz
RF transmission range:
maximum 100 feet (30 meters)
Rainfall transmission cycle: approximately
183 seconds
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REMOTE TEMPERATURE SENSOR
Remote Temperature
Proposed operating range with alkaline
batteries:
-4.0º to 158ºF (-20.0º to 70.0ºC)
Proposed operating range with lithium
batteries:
-38.0º to 158ºF (-38.8º to 70.0ºC)
Temperature resolution: 0.2ºF (0.1ºC)
Low battery indicator
RF transmission frequency: 433 MH
Maximum number of remote sensors:
3 (1 included)
RF transmission range:
maximum 100 feet (30 meters)
Temperature transmission cycle:
approximately 45 seconds
POWER
Main unit: 2 “AA” batteries (not included)
Remote sensor: 2 “AA” batteries (not included)
Remote rain gauge: 2 “AA” batteries
(not included)
Dimensions
Main unit: 2.75(L) x 5.43(H) x 1.02(D) inches
Remote sensor: 2.37(L) x 4(H) x 1(D) inch
Remote rain gauge:
6.49(L) x 6.89(H) x 4.72(D) inches
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.
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.
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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.
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 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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GENERAL TOOLS & INSTRUMENTS™
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PHONE (212) 431-6100 FAX (212) 431-6499
TOLL FREE (800) 697-8665
e-mail: sales@generaltools.com
www.generaltools.com
RGR150 User’s Manual
Specifications subject to change without notice
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NOTICE - WE ARE NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR TYPOGRAPHICAL ERRORS.
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