RADiO CONTROLLED CLOCK

RADiO CONTROLLED CLOCK
Getting Started:
1. Remove the battery door.
2. Insertone new AA size battery as per indication marked
RADIO CONTROLLED CLOCK
USERS INSTRUCTIONS
Product Descriptions
in the battery compartment. 1. SNOOZE/LIGHT BAR
3. Close the battery door. 2. LCD Display
4. When the battery is inserted, all the segments of the 3. MODE Button
display will be shown briefly before entering the radio 4. SET Button
controlled time reception mode. 5, ADJUST Button
5. The RC Clock will automatically start scanning for the ©. RECEIVE Button
radio controlled time signal after 15 seconds. 7. RESET Button
Note: 1
If there is no display on the LCD after inserting the battery,
insert a new AA battery or press the RESET button.
Function Keys
SNOOZE / LIGHT BAR: Turn the backlight on or stop the
MODE Button: Switch between Normal Time
SET Button: In normal time mode, toggle be-
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ADJUST Button: Toggle between Month/Date and =
snooze function during its acti-
vation. Alarm Time Mode
1. Alarm time
2. Alarm icon
3. Snooze icon
4. Alarm mode
Mode and Alarm Time Modes.
tween 12 or 24 hour format. In
setting mode, step the setting
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function on or off.
RECEIVE Button: Press the "RECEIVE" button to About the Daylight Savings Time (DST)
Tere the signal for reception The clock has been programed to automatically switch
testing. If the signal strength when daylight savings time is in effect. Your clock will
is strong, leave the clock in its show "DST" during the summer
current location. Otherwise,
move the clock to another
location. The reception stops
automatically after 6-12 signal Stregath.Indicatos
minutes. The signal indicator displays signal strength in 3 levels.
Wave segment flashing means time signals are being
Display Symbols: received. The signal quality is classified into three types:
Normal Time Mode
If the clock receives the signal successfully, a solid signal
strength symbol appears % on the display.
The unit has already received the time signal. Otherwise
the signal strength symbol disappears $8 from the LCD
display.
Note:
Manually Setting the Time and Date:
If the clock does not receive the signal successfully you
can set the clock manually.
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Setting the Alarm:
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NORMAL display HOUR setting
. Press the “MODE” button to exit the setting mode.
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Day of the Week
Signal Strength Indicator
Daylight Savings Time
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Excellent signal quality
Using the Alarm and Snooze Function:
In the Normal Time Display mode, press the “MODE”
button to operate the alarm and snooze function.
2. Activate the ALARM by pressing the “ADJUST” button
so that the bell icon ¿y appears.
3. Activate the Snooze by pressing the “ADJUST” key so
that the snooze icon “Zz” appears.
4. To deactivate the alarm and snooze function, press the
“ADJUST” button until both icons disappear.
You may use the RECEIVE button to receive the
time signal manually. The receive mode stops
automatically after 6-12 minutes. The receive mode
consumes more battery power and will reduce the
battery lifetime.
Note:
To stop the alarm, press the snooze/light bar. When
the snooze function is activated, the alarm will
automatically start again after 4 minutes, total 4
times then not sound again until the next day. The
alarm duration is 60 sceonds.
Important:
Press the “SET” button for 2 seconds until the HOUR
digit flashes.
Press the “ADJUST” button to increase the value of the
flashing digit.
Press the “SET” button again to step the setting items.
The sequence is:
Hour > Minute > Second > Date > Month > year.
Press the “ADJUST” button to increase the value of the
flashing digit.
Press the “MODE” button to exit the setting mode.
For best reception performance, please read the following
instruction.
1. We strongly recommend you start your clock at night.
Allow the clock to receive the signal automatically
overnight.
2. Place the unit away from interfering sources such as
TV set, computers, microwaves, etc.,
3. Avoid placing the unit on or next to metal surfaces.
4. Avoid closed areas such as airports, basements,
cement office buildings or factories.
5. Do not start reception on a moving article such as train
or vehicle.
SECOND setting
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MONTH setting DATE setting
Battery replacement
In the Normal Time Display mode, press the "MODE"
button to enter the Alarm Time Mode. When the LCD becomes dim, replace with a new battery
at once. Alkaline Battery(1 x AA) is recommended. Pay
attention to the battery polarity.
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Hold the “SET” button for 2 seconds until the HOUR
digit flashes.
Press the “ADJUST” button to increase the setting value.
Press the “SET” button again to step the setting items.
The sequence will be: Hour > Minute.
HOUR setting
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