INSTRUCTION MANUAL model ZEBU 06PLL

INSTRUCTION MANUAL model ZEBU 06PLL
INSTRUCTION MANUAL
model
ZEBU 06PLL
www.eltra.pl
www.audiox.eu
AUDIOX, Narcyzowa 2a, 86-005 Lipniki
Location of Controls
Unit
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
POWER
LED Digital Clock Display
VOLUME
/ AL1
VOLUME
/ AL2
FM ANTENNA
TUNING / HR
TUNING / MIN
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
13.
SLEEP
SET
SNOOZE
DIM
MEM (Memory)
Battery Door
16.
17.
AL2 buzzer indicator
AL2 radio indicator
LED Display
14.
15.
AL1 buzzer indicator
AL1 radio indicator
Memory Backup for Time Settings and Preset Stations
It is advisable to fit back-up batteries (not supplied) to the unit to prevent loss of the clock time
(keep operating), alarm time and preset stations settings during a power failure.
1.
2.
3.
Slide off the Battery Door (13) from the underside of the unit.
Insert 2xAAA size/LR03 (or equivalent) batteries with correct polarity +/- in the battery
compartment
Refit the Battery Door (13).
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Basic Operation
Standby Mode
After connecting the power supply, the unit is in standby mode and the clock time 0:00 will
flash. Please refer to “Clock and Alarm Time Setting” to set the time. Press the POWER (1)
button to turn on the unit or press it again to go back to the standby mode.
Power On / Radio Mode
Press the POWER (1) button to switch on the unit, the current radio frequency appears on the
display for about 5 seconds, after which the current time indication returns to the display.
Clock and Alarm Time Setting
Clock Time Setting
In standby mode,
1.
Press and hold the SET (9) button until the hour and minute
digits flash.
2.
Press the HR (6) button to set the hours.
3.
Press the MIN (7) button to set the minutes.
4.
Press the SET (9) button again to confirm the clock time setting (hour
and minute digits will become solid when finished)
Alarm 1 Time Setting
In standby mode,
1.
Press and hold AL1 (3) button until the hour and minute digits flash.
2.
Press the HR (6) button to set the hours.
3.
Press the MIN (7) button to set the minutes.
4.
Press AL1 (3) button again to confirm the alarm 1 time setting (current time indication
returns to the display when finished).
Alarm 2 Time Setting
In standby mode,
1.
Press and hold AL2 (4) button until the hour and minute digits flash.
2.
Press the HR (6) button to set the hours.
3.
Press the MIN (7) button to set the minutes.
4.
Press AL2 (4) button again to confirm the alarm 2 time setting (current time indication
returns to the display when finished).
PLEASE NOTE: When operating from batteries only (during back-up mode), the display will
be off and the clock will only remain accurate for a short period of time. The clock accuracy will
decrease due to the voltage drop of the backup batteries. It is important that the mains supply
is restored as soon as possible. If no backup battery is installed or the power interruption is
prolonged, you will need to set the clock again.
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Alarm Operation
Wake up by Buzzer or Radio
In standby mode, you can set the alarm mode at the preset alarm times :
1.
To set or adjust the alarm time, follow the steps in “Clock and Alarm Time Setting”.
2.
To set alarm mode (radio or buzzer) or disable the alarm function for ALARM 1, Press
AL1 (3) repeatedly until the desired alarm mode appears on the display. Each time you
press AL1 (3), the alarm indication changes as follows :
No alarm indication (alarm 1 is disabled) 
AL1 buzzer indicator (14) 
AL1 radio indicator (15)  No alarm indication (alarm 1 is disabled)
3.
To set alarm mode (radio or buzzer) or disable the alarm function for ALARM 2, Press
AL2 (4) repeatedly until the desired alarm mode appears on the display. Each time you
press AL2 (4), the alarm indication changes as follows :
No alarm indication (alarm 2 is disabled) 
AL2 buzzer indicator (16) 
AL2 radio indicator (17)  No alarm indication (alarm 2 is disabled)
4.
When the preset alarm time is reached, the alarm will sound in the selected alarm mode
unless the alarm function is disabled.
Note: While volume of buzzer alarm is fixed and cannot be adjusted, the volume and frequency
of radio alarm are preset as last tuned. When the radio alarm sounds, you can also adjust the
listening level by VOLUME (3) / (4) buttons. To select the station, refer to “Radio
Operation”.
Review the Alarm Time
In standby mode, press and hold AL1 (3) button for ALARM 1 or AL2 (4) button for ALARM 2
until then the alarm time setting blinks in the display. Press AL1 (3) (for ALARM 1) or AL2 (4) (for
ALARM 2) again to return to the clock time display.
Snooze Function
When the alarm is sounding, press the SNOOZE (10) button to stop the alarm temporarily. The
“AL1/AL2 buzzer indicator (14)/(16) or AL1/AL2 radio indicator (15)/(17)” will keep
blinking while the snooze function is in operation, and the alarm will sound again after about 9
minutes. To stop the alarm, press the POWER (1) button once. The alarm indicator will
become solid and the alarm will function at the same time the next day.
Adjusting the brightness of the display (dimmer control)
Press the DIM (11) button to switch between High or Low dimmer as required.
Radio Operation
Listen to the Radio
1.
Press the POWER (1) button to turn on the radio.
The default frequency 87.5 (MHz) (for first use) or the last tuned
frequency will be displayed.
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2.
3.
Automatic tuning - Press and hold TUNING
(6) /
(7)button until the frequency
displayed move up or down. Release the button. The tuner will scan and stop for the first
strong station. Repeat until the desired station is reached.
Manual fine-tuning - Press TUNING (6) / (7) button repeatedly to adjust the
frequency by each step.
Volume Control
In radio mode, Press the VOLUME
(3) /
(4) button to adjust the volume level.
Achieve Optimum Reception
Extend the FM antenna (5) fully to increase reception sensitivity.
Program Preset Radio Stations
You can store up to 10 preset stations for radio.
1.
Tune in the station you want to preset.
2.
Press and hold the SET (9) button until the program number flashes.
Press the SET (9) button again to store the station.
3.
Repeat these steps to store additional stations.
Recall a Preset Station
In radio mode, press the MEM (12) button repeatedly to the program number of which the
desired station is stored.
SLEEP TIMER
In radio mode, you can use this function to turn off the unit automatically after a certain duration
(up to 90 minutes).
1.
Press the SLEEP (8) button, and“90”is
displayed.
2.
Press the SLEEP (8) button repeatedly to select
the duration: 90, 80, 70…. Each time the button is pressed, the duration is reduced by
10 minutes, until “OFF” is displayed.
3.
The radio will turn off automatically after the preset duration has elapsed.
4.
To check the remaining playing time, press the SLEEP (8) button once.
5.
To cancel the sleep function and continue to listen to the radio, press the SLEEP (8)
button again and set the timer to “OFF”. To turn off the radio immediately, press the
POWER (1) button.
Care and Maintenance
Clean the cabinet with a soft cloth moistened with water or mild detergent. Do not use solvents
such as alcohol, benzene or thinner, as they may damage the cabinet finish. Make sure to
disconnect the mains lead from the supply before cleaning.
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Caution
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
Do not attempt to disassemble or alter any part of the equipment that is not expressly
described in this guide. Disassembly or alteration may result in high-voltage electrical
shock. Internal inspections, alterations and repairs should be conducted by qualified
service personnel only.
Ensure minimum distances of 5cm around the apparatus for sufficient ventilation. Do not
place the product in closed bookcases or racks without proper ventilation. Ensure that the
ventilation is not impeded by covering the ventilation openings with items, such as
newspapers, table-cloths, curtains, etc.
No naked flame sources, such as lighted candles, should be placed on the apparatus.
It shall not be exposed to dripping or splashing and that no objects filled with liquids, such
as vases, shall be placed on the apparatus.
Use of power sources, or batteries not expressly recommended for this equipment may
lead to overheating, malfunction of the equipment, fire, electrical shock or other hazards.
Use only the recommended power source.
Do not use or store the equipment in humid or dusty area. Attention should be drawn to
the use of apparatus in tropical and/ or moderate climates.
Danger of explosion if battery is incorrectly replaced. Replace only with the same or
equivalent type. Batteries shall not be exposed to excessive heat such as sunshine, fire or
the like. Never throw batteries in fire! Attention should be drawn to the environmental
aspects of battery disposal.
Where the mains plug or an appliance coupler is used as the disconnect device, the
disconnect device shall remain readily operable.
Marking plate is located at bottom enclosure of the apparatus.
Power Supply and Frequency Range
Power Source
Back-up Batteries
:
:
AC230V~50 Hz, 5W
2 x 1.5V “AAA” size/LR03 batteries or equivalent
(not supplied)
Frequency Range
:
FM 87.5 – 108 MHz
Power Consumption (standby mode) : <1W
Due to continuous product development, design and specifications are subject to change without notice.
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