marque: brandt reference: rdrev bcr173 black codic: 1367293

marque: brandt reference: rdrev bcr173 black codic: 1367293
TCO
MARQUE:
BRANDT
REFERENCE: RDREV BCR173 BLACK
CODIC:
1367293
NOTICE EN ANGLAIS UNIQUEMENT
BCR173 PLL RADIO WITH DUAL ALARM CLOCK INSTRUCTION MANUAL WARNINGS This appliance is intended for domestic household use only and should not be used for any other purpose or in any other application, such as for non‐domestic use or in a commercial environment. The ventilation should not be 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. The apparatus shall not be exposed to dripping or splashing and that no objects filled with liquids, such as vases, shall be placed on the apparatus. Ventilation Allow at least a 10 cm gap all around the product. This apparatus is not suitable for use in a tropical climate. IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS Mains supply This equipment is designed to operate from a 230 Volt, 50 Hz AC mains supply. Other power sources may damage it. Symbols This equipment is double insulated and an earth connection is not required. This mark is applied to show the equipment conforms to European safety and electro‐magnetic compatibility standards. Dangerous voltage constituting a risk of electric shock is present inside this equipment. There are important operating and maintenance instructions in the literature accompanying this equipment. Battery handling and usage Only adults should handle battery. Do not allow a child to use this apparatus unless the battery cover is securely attached to the unit. The battery type used in the unit is 2 x 1.5V AAA size batteries (not included) which are accessible and can be replaced. Remove the battery cover located at the bottom of the unit to remove the batteries.
LOCATION OF CONTROL 1. POWER 2. Display 3. VOLUME  / AL1 4. VLUME  / AL2 5. FM aerial 6. TUNING  / HR 7. TUNING  / MIN 8. SLEEP 9. SET 10. SNOOZE 11. BAND 12. MEM 13. Battery cover DISPLAY 14. Alarm 1 buzzer indicator 15. Alarm 1 radio indicator 16. Alarm 2 buzzer indicator 17. Alarm 2 radio indicator BATTERY BACKUP The clock, alarm and preset stations settings can be protected against AC power failure with the batteries for a short period of time. If no backup batteries are installed or the power failure is prolonged, you will need to set the clock again. STANDBY MODE Place the unit on a flat stable surface and plug the power cord into the mains socket.  The unit is in standby mode and “0:00” will flash on the display. SETTING THE CLOCK 1. In standby mode, press and hold SET until the display flashes. 2. Repeatedly press HR to set the hours. 3. Repeatedly press MIN to set the minutes. 4. Press SET to confirm.  The hour and minute digits will stop flashing. POWER ON/RADIO MODE Press POWER to switch the unit on and enters the raido mode.  The radio frequency will briefly appear on the display and then return to clock time. RADIO OPERATION 1. Press POWER to turn on the radio.  The default FM frequency or the last frequency you tune the radio to.  The default FM radio frequency is 87.5 MHz. 2. Press BAND once to enter the AM radio mode.  The default AM radio frequency is 522 kHz. 3. Repeatedly press BAND to select the desired radio band. 4. Adjust the volume by repeatedly pressing VOLUME /. 5. Repeatedly press TUNING / to tune into the desired station.  Press and hold TUNING / for auto forward or backward radio station searching. NOTE:  For the best FM reception, extend the FM aerial to its full length.  For the best AM reception, rotate the unit to the position giving best reception. PRESETTING YOUR FAVOURITE RADIO STATION Up to 10 FM and 10 AM radio stations can be preset. 1. Follow steps in "RADIO OPERATION" and tune into the station that you wish to preset. 2. Press and hold SET for about 2 seconds, “P01” will flash on the display. 3. Press SET again to store the station. 4. Repeat steps 1 to 3 to store desired stations. 5. To listen to preset radio stations, press MEMO repeatedly to select the desired radio station. DUAL ALARMS OPERATION Before setting the alarm time, make sure the Clock has been set. Setting Alarm 1 or Alarm 2 1. In standby mode, press and hold AL1 or AL2 for 2 seconds.  The hour and minute digits will flash. 2. Set the alarm time by repeatedly pressing HR and MIN respectively.  Press and hold HR and MIN respectively for fast advance. 3. Press AL1 or AL2 again to select the alarm sound (OFF>BUZZER>RADIO in cycle) Checking alarm time Press and hold AL1 or AL2 for 2 seconds, the alarm time will flash on the display. To turn off the alarm, press POWER and the alarm will come on again at the set time on the following days. To cancel the alarm, repeatedly press AL1 or AL2 until the alarm indicator light goes out on the display. Snooze function This function can be used to stop the alarm temporarily for about 9 minutes once the alarm is activated. When the snooze button is pressed, the buzzer or radio alarm sounds will stop and sound again after about 9 minutes. SLEEP TIMER OPERATION The sleep function is designed to automatically turn off the Radio. Setting sleep timer 1. Press SLEEP.  “90” will illuminate on the display. 2. Repeatedly press SLEEP to select the desired sleep time from 90, 80, 70, 60, 50, 40, 30, 20 or 10 minutes. 3. The radio will be turned off after the selected time has elapsed. To check remaining sleep time, press SLEEP. To cancel sleep timer, press SLEEP until “OFF” is selected. To turn off the radio before the sleep time has elapsed, press POWER. SPECIFICATIONS Power source: AC 230V~ 50Hz, 5W AM: 522‐1620 kHz FM: 87.5 – 108 MHz We apologise for any inconvenience caused by minor inconsistencies in these instructions, which may occur as a result of product improvement and development. Kesa Electricals © UK: EC1N 6TE 11/01/2013 
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