Casio | ITM-461 | Owner's Manual | Casio ITM-461 Owner's Manual

MA1309-EA
© 2013 CASIO COMPUTER CO., LTD.
Operation Guide ITM-461
Features
General Guide
•• Temperature sensor for temperature reading display.
•• Humidity sensor for humidity reading display.
(Front)
Specifications
Quartz Oscillation Frequency: 32,768 Hz
Display Contents: Analog: Hour, minute, second (3 hands)
Digital: Humidity, temperature
Accuracy: ±30 seconds per month
Temperature: Measurement Range: –19.9°C to 49.9°C
Display Unit: 0.1°C•
Measuring Accuracy: ±2°C (0°C to 40°C)
Humidity: Measurement Range:
20% to 90% (Result reading at 5°C to 45°C)•
Display Unit: 1%•
Measuring Accuracy: ±10% (5°C to 40°C)•
(Example: Reading of 40% to 60% will be displayed when
humidity is 50%.)
•• A temperature reading and humidity reading are taken
each minute.
Main Element: Tuning fork type high-performance quartz oscillator,
CMOS-LSI
Operating Temperature: –10 to 50°C
•• The LCD may become difficult to read at temperatures outside of
the range (0 to 40°C).
Battery: Two AA-size alkaline batteries (Type: LR6)
Battery Life: Approximately 1 year
Dimensions: 343(H)×343(W)×49(D) mm
Weight: Approximately 1200g (including batteries)
Hour Hand
Second Hand
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9
8
11 12 1
7 6 5
2
3
4
Minute Hand
Digital display
(Back - Battery cover open)
) button
3 Time adjustment end (
Reset
(
)
button
2
1 Adjust time (
) button
Wall hang hole
Two AA-size
alkaline batteries
(LR6)
•• The actual appearance of the clock depends on the model.
1 Adjust time (
2
) button
Use this button to adjust the current time setting.
Reset (
) button
Be sure to press this button after replacing the batteries.
•• If you have trouble pressing this button, use a thin, pointed
object to press it. Take care to avoid damaging the clock.
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3 Time adjustment end (
) button
Press this button to exit the time adjustment operation.
QQDigital
Display Contents
QQReplacing
Batteries (Replace both batteries!)
1. Open the battery cover then remove the old batteries. (Refer to
“To open the battery cover” below.)
2. Taking care to ensure that their plus (+) and minus (–) ends are
facing correctly, load two new batteries. Press them into place as
far as they will go.
3. After replacing the batteries, press the reset button.
4. Close the battery cover.
(Back - Battery cover open)
Temperature
Reset button
Humidity
QQTemperature and Humidity Readings
The temperature and humidity reading displayed by the clock are
based on measurements taken by the clock’s built-in temperature
and humidity sensors. Even if there is a sudden change in
temperature and/or humidity, it can take up to about 30 minutes until
the reading is reflected on the clock display. This is because it takes
time for conditions inside the clock match conditions outside. Also,
do not leave the clock near an air conditioner air outlet when using
sensors.
•• The clock takes temperature and humidity readings once every
minute (except while a time setting operation is in progress).
•• Temperature readings continue to be taken at temperatures lower
than 0°C and from 40.1°C and higher, but such readings are
outside the guaranteed range.
•• The displayed temperature reading will show “LO” when the
temperature is lower than –19.9°C and “HI” when it is higher than
49.9°C.
•• The displayed humidity reading will show “LO” when the humidity
is lower than 20% and “HI” when it is higher than 90%.
•• The displayed humidity reading will show “- -” when the
temperature is outside the range of 5°C to 45°C.
Power Supply
•• Your clock runs on two AA-size alkaline batteries.
•• Whenever possible use CASIO specified batteries or equivalents.
•• Be sure to remove the batteries from the clock when you do not
plan to use it for a long time.
Two AA-size
alkaline batteries
(LR6)
•• If you have trouble pressing this button, use a thin, pointed object
to press it. Take care to avoid damaging the clock.
•• The actual appearance of the clock depends on the model.
QQTo
open the battery cover
Hook
Battery
Cover
1Press downwards on the hook
of the battery cover with your
fingertip.
2While pressing down on the
hook, swing the battery cover
outwards to open it.
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Important!
OO Ensure
that the plus (+) and minus (–) ends of the batteries
are facing correctly when you load them.
OO The symptoms listed below indicate that battery power
is getting low. Replace batteries as soon as possible
after any one of these symptoms occurs. Regular battery
replacement is recommended.
•• Incorrect operation (resetting of time, incorrect timekeeping,
etc.)
•• Dim display figures or blank display
•• Slow or stopped timekeeping (analog model)
•• Even if the clock is operating normally, be sure to replace
the batteries at least once a year.
OO The batteries are not chargeable. Never try to charge them.
•• Store batteries out of the reach of small children. Should
anyone ever accidentally swallow a battery, contact a
physician immediately.
•• Should a battery ever leak, immediately wipe up the fluid,
without allowing it to come into contact with your skin.
Using the Clock for the First Time
1. Load batteries. (Refer to “Replacing Batteries”.)
Open the battery cover on the back of the clock and correctly
load batteries ensuring that their plus (+) and minus (–) ends of the
batteries are facing correctly.
•• Loading batteries will cause the hands of the clock to
start changing automatically until they reach 12:00 00
(hour:minute:second).
•• The hands always move clockwise. They do not move
counterclockwise.
2. Press the reset button on the back of the clock. (Reset Operation)
•• After the reset operation is complete, close the battery cover.
•• When the hands stop at 12:00 00 press the time adjustment
end button. This will cause the hands to start normal
timekeeping movement.
10
9
8
Reset button
Press
11 12 1
7 6 5
2
3
4
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Configuring Time Settings
1. Press the adjust time button to enter the time adjustment mode.
Time the pressing of the adjust time button so the second hand of
the clock stops at around 12 o’clock.
This will cause the hour hand, minute hand, and second hand to
stop and enter the time adjustment mode.
10
9
8
Adjust time button
Press
11 12 1
7 6 5
3. Press the time adjustment end button.
Time the pressing of the time adjustment end button with the
sounding of a time signal on the TV, on a telephone time service,
etc. This will exit time adjustment and start normal second hand
movement.
•• Note that the clock will exit time adjustment automatically if you
do not perform any operation for about three minutes.
10
9
8
2
3
4
Hour hand, minute hand,
and second hand stopped.
Time adjustment end button
Press
11 12 1
7 6 5
2
3
4
Second hand movement
restarts.
2. Press the adjust time button again.
This will cause the minute hand to start moving. The hour hand will
also move in accordance with minute hand movement.
Press once: Time setting advances one minute.
Hold down for two seconds: Hour hand and minute hand move at
high speed.
•• To keep from going past your desired setting with high-speed
hand movement, move the hands until the setting is about
10 minutes before your desired setting. Then move the minute
hand in one-minute increments until your setting is reached.
•• The clock does not distinguish between a.m. and p.m.
10
9
8
Adjust time button
Press
11 12 1
7 6 5
2
3
4
Hour hand and minute hand
move at high speed.
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Wall mounting example
Put the clock in the location where you want to use it.
Important!
OO After
hanging the clock onto a hook, screw, etc., move the
clock upwards, downwards, left, and right, and pull lightly
towards you to make sure it is secure. A clock that is hung
in a way that is not secure can fall and cause accidents.
OO Make sure that the clock is straight while hanging, and is
not at an angle.
OK
10
9
8
11 12 1
7 6 5
2
3
4
NG
12 1
11
2
10
3
9
4
8
5
7 6
Screw diameter: 4 to 5 mm
Wall
10mm
Screw
Screw head diameter: 6 to 8 mm
Important!
OO Be
sure to use a screw that is strong enough to support
the weight of the clock.
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