CLOCK RADIO Sonoclock 490 Sonoclock 490 Q

CLOCK RADIO
Sonoclock 490
Sonoclock 490 Q
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TIME
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ALARM
UP
SNOOZE
DOWN
SLEEP
RADIO ON
- TUNING +
AL 1 1+2 2
- DIMMER +
+ VOLUME -
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DEUTSCH
05 -13
ENGLISH
14 - 22
FRANÇAIS
23 - 31
ITALIANO
32 - 40
РУССКИЙ
41 - 49
ESPAÑOL
50 - 58
NEDERLANDS
59 - 67
NORSK
68 - 76
DANSK
77 - 85
SVENSKA
86 - 94
SUOMI
95 - 103
TÜRKÇE
104 - 113
SAFETY AND SET-UP_____________________________
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This device is designed for the
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playback of audio signals. Any
other use is expressly prohibited.
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7
Protect the device from moisture
Do not place any naked flames
such as candles on the device.
7
Make sure the device is adequate-
ly ventilated. Do not cover the
ventilation slots with newspapers,
table cloths, curtains, etc.
7
When deciding where to place
the device, please note that furniture surfaces are covered by various types of varnish and plastic,
most of which contain chemical
additives. These additives can corrode the device supports, leaving
residues on the furniture surfaces
which can be difficult or impossible to remove.
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tery to extreme heat, caused for
example by direct sunlight, heaters or fire.
(water drops or splashes). Do not
place any vessels such as vases on
the device. These may be knocked
over and spill fluid on the electrical components, thus presenting a
safety risk.
Do not use any cleaning agent,
as this may damage the casing.
Clean the device with a clean,
moist leather cloth.
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Do not expose the back-up bat-
7
Never open the device casing.
No warranty claims are accepted
for damage caused by incorrect
handling.
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The type plate is located on the
bottom of the device.
OVERVIEW_______________________________________
See the figure on page 3.
Controls on the top
TIME Press and hold down:
to set the time.
ALARM Press and hold down:
to set the alarm time.
Press briefly: to display the alarm time.
witches the radio
S
to stand-by mode;
cancelling the alarm
for the day;
switching off the sleep
timer.
UP To set the clock and
alarm time with the
time running quickly
forwards.
SNOOZEInterrupts the alarm
function.
Displays the seconds.
DOWN To set the clock and
alarm time with the
time running slowly
backwards.
SLEEP Activates the sleep
timer.
To display the current
sleep timer setting.
RADIO ON Switches the radio on
from stand-by mode.
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OVERVIEW_______________________________________
Controls on the left side
Sliding switch,
switches the alarm
between a signal and
radio and cancels the
alarm.
Controls on the bottom
attery compartment for 9V back-up
B
battery.
The display
• Sensor
for the automatic dimmer.
- TUNING + For tuning to radio
stations.
AL 1 - DIMMER + Sliding switch,
switches the display
between two brightness levels.
Indicates that the
alarm setting is activated with alarm time 1.
AL 2 Indicates that the
alarm setting is activated with alarm time 2.
Controls on the right side
+ VOLUME -Adjusts the volume.
10:00Displays the time, the
alarm time and the
sleep timer time.
AL 1 1+2 2Sliding switch, switches between alarm
time 1 or 2;
activates alarm time 1
or 2 or 1+2.
FM 88 108 Shows the frequency
MHz
of the selected radio
station on the frequency scale.
Controls on the back
•
Ü
Mains cable.
Wire antenna for FM
reception.
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Indicates that the
radio is switched on.
POWER SUPPLY_ ________________________________
Mains operation
Check that the mains voltage on
the type plate (on the bottom of the
device) corresponds to your local
mains supply. If this is not the case,
contact your specialist dealer.
1Plug the mains cable into the
socket (230V~, 50 Hz Sonoclock
490, 230V~, 50/60 Hz Sonoclock 490 Q).
Caution:
7 The device is connected to the
mains with the power plug. To
fully disconnect the device from
the mains, pull out the plug.
7 The mains plug is used to disconnect the device. It shall
remain readily operable and
should not be obstructed during
intended use.
Inserting the back-up battery
During mains operation, the back-up
battery ensures that stored settings
are not lost in the case of a power
failure or when the device is briefly
disconnected from the mains.
1Open the battery compartment
lid by pressing on the arrow and
pushing down the lid.
2 When inserting the battery (9 V,
6LF 22), observe the polarity
marked on the base of the battery
compartment.
3 Close the battery compartment.
Note:
7 Remove
the back-up battery
when it is flat or when you know
that the device will not be used
for a long period of time.
Environmental note:
7 Batteries, including those which
do not contain heavy metal,
should not be disposed of
with household waste. Always
dispose of used batteries in
accordance with local environmental regulations.
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SETTINGS_________________________________________
Setting the clock
When you switch on the device for
the first time, the time flashes in the
display to indicate that you must set
the clock. The same thing applies
after a power failure, or if the device
has been plugged out and no backup battery is inserted.
The time at Sonoclock 490 will be
synchronized by the mains frequency and for the Sonoclock 490Q it is
controlled by an integrated quartz
crystal.
1Press and hold down »TIME«.
2Press »UP« (hold down) to set
the clock with the time running
quickly forwards;
or
press »DOWN« (hold down) to
set the clock running slowly backwards
3Release »TIME« to end setting.
Note:
7 Using »SNOOZE« (press and
hold down), display the seconds (time e.g. »12:15« and 20
seconds, display: »5:20«).
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Setting the alarm time
1Using »
« sliding switch
set the desired alarm (» «= radio
station, » « = signal).
2When the alarm is switched off
push the sliding switch »AL 1 1+2
2« to »1« or »2«.
– Display: the »AL 1« or »AL 2«
LED glows.
3Press and hold down »ALARM«.
4Using »DOWN« (hold down), set
the alarm time with the time running slowly backwards;
or
using »UP« (hold down), set the
alarm time with the time running
quickly forwards.
5Release »ALARM« to end the setting.
– T he device switches on at the
set alarm times with the selected
alarm signal.
OPERATION______________________________________
Switching on and off
1Press »RADIO ON« to switch on
the device.
2Press » « to switch off (stand-by)
the device.
Radio operation
For the best FM (VHF) reception, it is
sufficient to direct the wire antenna
accordingly.
Tuning radio stations
1Find and tune the station using
»- TUNING +«.
Adjusting the volume
1Adjust the volume using
»+ VOLUME -«.
Adjusting the brightness of
the display
1Increase the brightness of the display with »- DIMMER +«.
2 Decrease the brightness of the display with »- DIMMER +«.
Note:
7 Your device is equipped with
an automatically adjusts for the
brightness of the display.
Alarm mode
Selecting the alarm times
The alarm stand-by (» « or » « )
must be activated.
1Push the »AL 1 1+2 2« sliding
switch to »1« or »2«.
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isplay: the »AL 1« or »AL 2«
LED glows;
or
activate both alarm times by placing the »AL 1 1+2 2« sliding in
the »1+2« position.
– Display: the »AL 1« and »AL 2«
LEDs glow.
Displaying the alarm times
Depending on the setting (»AL 1« or
»AL 2«) either alarm time 1 or alarm
time 2 is displayed.
1Press »ALARM« and hold it
down.
– Display: the last alarm time set.
2Release »ALARM« to end the display of the alarm time.
– Display: the current time.
Note:
7 If the »AL 1 1+2 2« sliding
switch is set to »1+2«, the alarm
times cannot be displayed.
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OPERATION______________________________________
Alarm with radio station
1Press »RADIO ON« to switch on
the device.
2Find and tune the station using the
»- TUNING +«.
3Set the required alarm volume
with »- VOLUME +«.
Cancelling the alarm for the
day
1During the alarm press » «.
– The alarm (signal or radio)
stops, the alarm stand-by retains
the set time for the next day.
4Select the radio alarm (» « ) with
»
«.
– The device switches the radio
on at the set times (alarm duration 59 minutes).
Cancelling/activating alarm
stand-by
1 Switch »
« to » AL OFF «
stand-by to cancel the alarm function.
– Display: The »AL 1« and »AL 2«
LEDs stop glowing.
– The set alarm times are saved.
Alarm with signal tone
1Set the signal alarm (» « ) with
»
«.
– The device switches on at the
set alarm times with the alarm
signal (alarm duration 59 minutes).
2 To activate the alarm function,
switch »
« from
»AL OFF« (stand-by) to » «
or » «.
– Display: The »AL 1« and
»AL 2« LEDs glow.
Interrupting the alarm
1Press »SNOOZE« while the
alarm is sounding.
– The alarm (signal or radio)
stops.
– The alarm comes again at 6-minute intervals (alarm duration 59 minutes).
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OPERATION______________________________________
Timer mode
The device possesses a sleep timer,
which switches it off in radio mode at
a preset time. It is possible to set the
switch-off time for between 0 minute
(off) and 59 minutes.
Setting the sleep timer
1Press »SLEEP« to switch on the
device.
– Display: The switch-off time
»0:59« (59 minutes).
– You will hear the selected radio
station.
4Release »SLEEP« to end the setting.
– After the selected switch-off time
has elapsed, the device switches off automatically.
Switching off the sleep timer
1To switch off the sleep timer before the set time press » «;
or
use »DOWN« (hold down) to set
the switch-off time to »0«.
– The device switches off (standby).
2To set the required switch-off time
press »SLEEP« and hold it down.
3Use »DOWN« (hold down) to
set the switch-off time with the time
running slowly backwards;
or
use »UP« (hold down) to set the
switch-off time with the time running quickly forwards.
Note:
7 If only »SLEEP« is pressed for
longer than 3 seconds, the remaining switch-off time reduces
in 1 minute steps.
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INFORMATION__________________________________
Environmental note
This product has been
manufactured with high
quality parts and materials
which can be reused and
are suitable for recycling.
Therefore, do not dispose the product and battery with normal domestic waste at the end of its service life.
Take it to a collection point for the
recycling of electrical and electronic
equipment.
This is indicated by this symbol on
the product, in the operating manual
and on the packaging.
Please consult your local authorities
to learn the nearest collection point.
Help protect the environment by recycling used products.
Technical data
This device is noise-suppressed according to the
applicable EU directives.
This product fulfils the European directives 2004/108/EC, 2006/95/EC,
2009/125/EC and 2011/65/EU.
Power supply: 230 V, 50 Hz (Sonoclock 490)
230 V, 50/60 Hz (Sonoclock 490 Q)
Max. power consumption:
< 4 W (operation), < 1 W (standby)
Output:
400 mW
Frequency bands:
FM 87,5 ...108,0 MHz
Dimensions:
W x H x L 55 x 115 x 200 mm
Weight: 650 g Technical and design modifications
reserved.
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