radio controlled clock with appointment alarm

radio controlled clock with appointment alarm
Instruction manual of WT 745
1. Features
1.1
Time
1.2 Temperature
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Radio Controlled Function Manual On/Off function
Dual Alarm function
Perpetual Calendar Up to Year 2099
Day of week in 8 languages user selectable
PM-Indicator
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Indoor measurable range: -9.9°C ~+ 50°C
Measures °C / °F user selectable
2. Unit Appearance
Part A-LCD
A1: Hour
A2: Minute
A3: Second
A4: Radio Control Icon
Part B-Button
B1: “SNOOZE/LIGHT” Button
B2: “AL SET” Button
B3: “TIME SET” Button
B4: “▲” Button
Part C-Structure
C1: Battery Door
A5: Date
A6: Day of Week
A7: Temperature
B5: “▼
/
” Button
B6: “AL 2 ON/OFF” Slide key
B7: “AL 1 ON/OFF” Slide key
B8: “RESET” Button
C2: Stand
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3. Getting Started:
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Open battery Cover (C1)
Insert 2 x AAA size batteries observing polarity [“ +” and “ –“ marks]
Replace battery compartment cover
Place the unit onto flat surface; the unit is ready for use now.
4. Time and Alarm Setting
4.1 Radio Controlled Time:
 After the start-up of the unit, the clock automatically starts to scan the DCF time signal.
Icon “
Radio Control
” (A4) flashes on LCD.
(A4) flashes,
(A4) turns on,
(A4) disappear,
Indicating now is receiving Indicating signal received Indicating signal reception
DCF signal
successfully
failed
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The clock is automatically synchronized with the DCF radio signal every day at 2.00 am & 3.00 am to
maintain accurate time keeping. If synchronization with the DCF radio signal fails, “
” on LCD
disappears and the clock then attempts to synchronize with the DCF radio signal at 4.00 am and 5am.
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The clock can be set to scan the radio signal manually by holding “
” button (B5) for 3 seconds. Each
reception takes around several minutes. If receptions fail, scanning stops. (“
” on LCD disappear) and
repeats again on next full hour. E.g. scanning failed at 8:20a.m. It will scan again at 9:00a.m.
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Stop scanning DCF radio signal by holding “
” button (B5) for 3 seconds.
“DST” is shown on the LCD if it is in Daylight Saving Time Mode
4.2 Manual Time Setting:
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In time display, Press “ TIME SET” button (B3) to select to view :
Time & Date
Time & Year
In time display, hold “TIME SET” button (B3) for 3 seconds to enter Clock/Calendar setting Mode.
Press “▲” (B4) or “▼
” (B5) button to adjust the setting and press “TIME SET” button (B3) to confirm each
setting.
(By keeping the “▲” (B4) or “▼
” (B5) button pressed, could accelerate the process and reach the desired
value more quickly)
The setting sequence is shown as follow: RCC ON/OFF, 12/24 Time format for alarm time, Time Zone,
Hour, Minutes, Year, Month, Date, Language of Weekday, C/F (unit of temperature setting)
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There are 8 languages, English, German, French, Spanish, Italian, Dutch, Polish and Czech, for
day-of-week. 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
English, ENG
SUN
MON
TUE
WED
THU
FRI
SAT
German, GER SON
MON
DIE
MIT
DON
FRE
SAM
French, FRE
DIM
LUN
MAR
MER
JEU
VEN
SAM
Spanish, SPA
DOM
LUN
MAR
MIE
JUE
VIE
SAB
Italian, ITA
DOM
LUN
MAR
MER
GIO
VEN
SAB
Dutch, DUT
ZON
MAA
DIN
WOE
DON
VRI
ZAT
Poland, POL
NIE
PON
WTO
SRO
CZW
PIA
SOB
Czech, CZE
NED
PON
UTE
STR
CTV
PAT
SOB
Note:
(1) All Setting mode will automatically exit in around 15 seconds without any adjustment
(2) For Time Zone: If you receive no RC-DCF frequency signal, the time zone should be set to 00. Time Zone
is used in countries which can received the DCF frequency signal but the time zone is different from
German Time ( i.e. GMT+1).
(3) 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.
(4) 12/24 time format is used for alarm time
4.3 Dual Alarm Setting:
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Press “ AL SET” button (B2), time of alarm 1 flashes, press “▲” (B4) or “▼” (B5) button to adjust the
alarm time. Press “AL SET” button (B2) to confirm the setting and move to the setting of alarm 2, press
“▲” (B4) or “▼” (B5) button to adjust the time for alarm 2, press “AL SET” button (B2) to confirm and
exit the setting
4.4.1 Alarm function:
 Slide “AL 1” or “AL 2” switch to “ON” to activate the ALARM 1 or ALARM 2 function, alarm time and
alarm icon“
function.
” appear on the display. Slide “AL 1” or “AL 2” switch to “OFF” to deactivate alarm
Alarm icon “
” disappears from the display.
4.4.2 Snooze Alarm Function:
 When alarm sounds, except “SNOOZE” button, press any buttons to stop the alarm. Otherwise, the
alarm signal sounds for about 2 minutes, then stops automatically
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Press “SNOOZE/LIGHT” (B1) button when alarm alerts. “
” flashes on the LCD. The alarm snoozes for
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around 4 minutes, then it alerts again. The snooze function can be enabled for maximum 8 times.
6. Backlight
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Press “LIGHT” button (B1), back light states for around 15 seconds.
Precautions
 This main unit is intended to be used only indoors.
 Do not subject the unit to excessive force or shock.
 Do not expose the unit to extreme temperatures, direct sunlight, dust or humidity.
 Do not immerse in water.
 Avoid contact with any corrosive materials.
 Do not dispose this unit in a fire as it may explode.
 Do not open the inner back case or tamper with any components of this unit.
Batteries safety warnings
 Use only button cell batteries, not rechargeable batteries.
 Install batteries correctly by matching the polarities (+/-).
 Always replace a complete set of batteries.
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Never mix used and new batteries.
Remove exhausted batteries immediately.
Remove batteries when not in use.
Do not recharge and do not dispose of batteries in fire as the batteries may explode.
Ensure batteries are stored away from metal objects as contact may cause a short circuit.
Avoid exposing batteries to extreme temperature or humidity or direct sunlight.
Keep all batteries out of reach from children. They are a choking hazard.
Consideration of duty according to the battery law
Old batteries do not belong to domestic waste because they could cause damages of health and environment. You can return used batteries free
of charge to your dealer and collection points. As end-user you are committed by law to bring back needed batteries to distributors and other
collecting points!
Consideration of duty according to the law of electrical devices
This symbol means that you must dispose of electrical devices separated from the General household waste when it reaches the end of its useful life.
Take your unit to your local waste collection point or recycling centre. This applies to all countries of the European Union, and to other European
countries with a separate waste collection system.
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