ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION Do not dispose of this product with the normal household waste at the end of its life cycle. Return it to a collection point for the recycling of electrical and electronic devices. This is indicated by the symbol on the product, user manual or packaging. The materials are reusable according to their markings. By reusing, recycling or other forms of utilization of old devices you make an important contribution to the protection of our environment. Please contact your local authorities for details about collection points. WARNING Risk of electric shock Do not open! Caution: To reduce the risk of electric shock, do not remove the cover (or back). There are no user serviceable parts inside. Refer servicing to qualified service personnel. This symbol indicates the presence of dangerous voltage inside the enclosure, sufficient enough to cause electric shock. This symbol indicates the presence of important operating and maintenance instructions for the device. Safety, Environmental and Setup Instructions x Use the device in dry indoor environments only. x Protect the device from humidity. x Do not open the device. RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK! Refer opening and servicing to qualified personnel. x Connect this device to a properly installed and earthed wall outlet only. Make sure the mains voltage corresponds with the specifications on the rating plate. x Make sure the mains cable stays dry during operation. Do not pinch or damage the mains cable in any way. x A damaged mains cable or plug must immediately be replaced by an authorized service center. x In case of lightning, immediately disconnect the device from the mains supply. x Children should be supervised by parents when using the device. x Clean the device with a dry cloth only. Do NOT use CLEANING AGENTS or ABRASIVE CLOTHS! x Do not expose the device to direct sunlight or other heat sources. x Install the device at a location with sufficient ventilation in order to prevent heat accumulation. x Do not cover the ventilation openings! x Install the device at a safe and vibration-free location. x Install the device as far away as possible from computers and microwave units; otherwise radio reception may be disturbed. x Do not open or repair the enclosure. It is not safe to do so and will void your warranty. Repairs only by authorized service/ customer center. x Only use mercury and cadmium-free batteries. x Used batteries are hazardous waste and NOT to be disposed of with the household waste!!! Return the batteries to your dealer or to collection points in your community. x Keep batteries away from children. Children might swallow batteries. Contact a physician immediately if a battery was swallowed. x Check your batteries regularly to avoid battery leakage. x Batteries shall not be exposed to excessive heat such as sunshine, fire or the like. x CAUTION: Danger of explosion if battery is incorrectly replaced Replace only with the same or equivalent type UR8400 / English Instruction Manual 14 15 PM 16 17 19 20 1. 2. 3. 4. FUNCTION AND CONTROLS VOLUME DOWN VOLUME UP / DISPLAY AUTO CHANGE ON/OFF << / TUNE - / YEAR/MONTH/DAY SNOOZE / SLEEP / DIMMER 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. >> / TUNE + / DST MEM.SET/M+/NAP/AUTO OFF DISPLAY ON / OFF RADIO / ALARM OFF PM INDICATOR STANDBY INDICATOR ALARM 1 INDICATOR 11. DISPLAY 12. ALARM 2 INDICATOR 13. CLOCK ADJ. 14. 15. 16. 17. (AL2) ALARM 2 ON / OFF SET (AL1) ALARM 1 ON / OFF SET SPEAKER AC POWER CORD 18. FM ANTENNA 19. BATTERY COMPARTMENT 20. RATING LABEL (IN BOTTOM OF UNIT) 18 UR8400 / English Instruction Manual POWER CONNECTION Plug the AC power cord to a household outlet AC source. This unit is equipped with a battery back up system, it requires a 3V CR2032 flat lithium battery (not included). Insert the battery in the battery compartment, making certain that the positive and negative (+ and -) battery terminals are attached to the corresponding terminals on the plate in the battery compartment. If an AC power failure occurs, the clock automatically switches to the battery power supply, the clock and timer memory continue running. When the AC power resumes, the clock switches back to AC again. TIME AND CALENDAR MANUAL SETTING Setting Time and Calendar Press Clock ADJ. (13) button in standby mode and keep depress over 2 seconds to enter time set mode, after enter the setting mode, press Clock ADJ. button (13) to change the mode cycle as follows : Normal ĺ Year ĺ Month ĺ Day ĺ 12/24 H format ĺ Real time Hour ĺ Real time Min ĺ Normal Action (during data adjustment): - Press << / Tune - button (3) to adjust data backward. - Press >> / Tune + button (5) to adjust data forward. - Keep depressed << or >> button for 2 seconds to enable auto forward. - Use Clock ADJ. (13) button to confirm each setting. ALARM SETTING Setting Alarm 1 and Alarm 2 In standby mode, press the AL1 (15) or AL 2 (14) button once to preview the alarm time.The alarm time is displayed, press & hold the AL1 / AL2 buttons for 3 seconds and the hours will blink. Press AL1 / AL2 button (15/14) and keep depress over 2 seconds to enter alarm set mode. Once in the setting mode, press alarm set button (15/14) to change the mode cycle as follows: Normal ĺ AL 1 Hour ĺ AL 1 Min ĺ AL 1 weekday Alarm ĺ AL 1 wake beep ĺ AL 1 wake radio ĺ AL 1 wake radio volume ĺNormal. Normal ĺ AL 2 Hour ĺ AL 2 Min ĺ AL 2 weekday Alarm ĺ AL 2 wake beep ĺ AL 2 wake radio ĺ AL 2 wake radio volume ĺNormal. Select alarm weekday mode as follows: 1-5: Monday to Friday 1-7: Whole week 6-7: Saturday & Sunday 1-1: One day of week UR8400 / English Instruction Manual Action (during data adjustment): - Press << / Tune - (3) button to adjust data backward. - Press >> / Tune + (5) button to adjust data forward. - Keep depressed << or >> button for 2 seconds to enable auto forward. Use AL1 / AL2 set button to confirm each setting. ALARM %HHSDODUPRUUDGLRDODUPZLOOULQJIRUPLQXWHVLIQRNH\LVSUHVVHGWKHQLW ZLOOVWRSDXWRPDWLFDOO\DQGZDLWIRUVDPHDODUPWLPHRQQH[WGD\ 6122=()81&7,21 :KHQ$ODUPULQJVSUHVV6QRR]HEXWWRQWRVXVSHQGWKHDODUPWRDFWLYDWH WKHVQRR]HIXQFWLRQ%HHSRU5DGLRDODUPZLOOVWRSPLQXWHVODWHUWKHDODUP ZLOOULQJDJDLQ3UHVV6122=(NH\DJDLQDODUPwill be suspended again, another 9 minutes later the alarm will ring again and so on until the next alarm rings. Note: The interval time of the Snooze function is 9 minutes. - If you want to disable the SNOOZE function and stop alarm completely, press Radio ON/OFF button (7). If you don't press any button, the alarm will ring during 30 minutes & stop automatically. - Icon of AL1 and AL2 will blink as long as Snooze function is still operating. Once Snooze is turned off icon of AL1 / AL2 stop blinking and lights on the display. DISPLAY LIGHT ON/OFF FUNCTION - Press MEM. Set / M+ / display light auto on-off /NAP button (6) for 3 seconds, the LED display indicator will light on, the LED display will turn off - after 15 seconds automatically. Press any button to maintain the LED display for 15 seconds. Press MEM. Set / M+ / display light auto on-off /NAP (6) button for 3 seconds, the LED display indicator will light off to cancel this function. AUTO CHANGE DISPLAY CONTENT In radio off mode, press the VOLUME UP / DISPLAY AUTO CHANGE ON/OFF (2) button and keep depressed over 2 seconds to enter time AUTO CHANGE DISPLAY mode ( “ON” will appear on the display). the Year will be displayed and press again to display Month/Day, the display UR8400 / English Instruction Manual returns to time display after 5 seconds, and will display again the same info in cycle. Press and keep depressed over 2 seconds again to turn off AUTO CHANGE DISPLAY mode (« OFF » will appear on the display). RADIO MODE Note: Ensure that the FM antenna is completely unrolled and extended to have the best FM reception. Press the Radio ON/OFF button (7) to turn the unit on. Use the Tune - (3) or Tune + (5) button to select the desired radio station. If you press and hold the Tune – (3) or Tune + (5) button for one second, then release, the unit will automatically scan to the next broadcasting station. Press the ON/OFF button (7) to turn the radio OFF. To preset radio station Press the Radio ON/OFF button (7) to turn the unit ON. Use the Tune - (3) or Tune + (5) button to select the desired radio station. Press the MEM.SET/M+ (6) button; “P02” will blink in the display. Press the „MEM.SET / M+͉ (6) button again to set the preset. Repeat steps 2 through 4 to set more presets. The unit can preset 10 stations totally for FM. When “P01-P10” blinks, press Tune – (3) or Tune + (5) button to select the preset number. To recall the radio preset To recall a preset station, press MEM.SET/M+/NAP (6) button to select the desired preset number. SLEEP OPERATION When you listen to the radio, press the SNOOZE/SLEEP/DIMMER (4) button to enter into the sleep mode. You can adjust the sleep timer from 90 minutes to 15 minutes by pressing repeatedly the SNOOZE/SLEEP/DIMMER button (4). When sleep timer is selected, the unit will automatically turn off once time is up. UR8400 / English Instruction Manual NAP FUNCTION (count down timer) In radio off mode, press MEM.SET/M+/NAP (6) button to enter into the NAP mode, the NAP time 90 will be displayed during 5 seconds. In the meantime, press repeatedly MEM.SET/M+/NAP (6) button to set the duration time from 90 min to 10 min. Once time is up, the alarm buzzer will sound for 30 min and then shut off automatically. To stop the alarm buzzer, press the Radio ON/OFF button (7). Press the MEM.SET/M+/NAP (6) button has no effect during alarm operation. Press Radio ON/OFF button (7) to cancel the NAP function. DIMMER CONTROL The dimmer switch (4) allows you to set the brightness of the LED display to high, medium and low 3 levels. DAYLIGHT SAVING TIME (DST) MODE For countries with daylight saving time (DST) (one hour of difference between summer time and winter time), this clock radio offers you DST option to adjust summer time. In standby mode press and hold for 2 seconds the >>/TUNE+/DST button (5). The clock advances by one hour. To exit DST mode, repeat the above operation. RESETTING If the system does not respond or exhibits erratic or intermittent operation, you may have experienced an electrostatic discharge (ESD) or a power surge that triggered the internal microcontroller to shut down automatically. If this occurs, simply disconnect the ac power cord and remove the system backup battery, wait for at least 3 minutes and then setup the unit again as if it is a brand new unit. SPECIFICATIONS Frequency range : 87.5 – 108 MHz Battery backup : 3V (CR2032 Flat Lithium battery x 1) not included Power supply : AC230V ~ 50Hz Specifications are subject to change without further notice.
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