Irox HBR329 Owner's manual

Irox HBR329 Owner's manual
English
IROX
WEATHER STATION
WITH CABLE FREE
IN-OUT THERMOMETER
AND RADIO
CONTROLLED CLOCK
(SWISS SIGNAL "HBG")
HBR329 FORMLINE BAR
1. INTRODUCTION
Congratulations on your purchase of the HBR329.
The basic package comes with a main unit, which is
the weather forecast station and, a remote unit, the
thermo sensor.
The main unit is capable of keeping track of the
maximum and minimum temperature of different sites.
And no wire installation is required and operates
at 433MHz.
2e) HOW TO USE THE TABLE STAND
OR WALL MOUNTING
The main unit has a removable table stand, which when
connected, can support the unit on a flat surface. Or you
can remove the stand and mount the unit on a wall using
the recessed screw hole.
2f) GETTING STARTED
Once batteries are in place for the remote unit, they will
start transmitting temperature readings at around 45 seconds
intervals. The main unit will also start searching for signals
for about two minutes once batteries are installed. Upon
successful reception, the outdoors temperatures will be
displayed . The main unit will automatically update its
readings at about 45-second intervals.
If no signals are received, blanks “"”.-” will be displayed.
Hold [ ¥ ] for 2 seconds to enforce another search for about
2 minutes. This is useful in synchronizing the transmission
and reception of the remote and main units.
Repeat this step whenever you find discrepancies between the
reading shown on the main unit and that on the remote unit.
NOTE:
1. It is not necessary and not possible to adjust the altitude of
the weather station. After the initial start-up of the weather
station, a first forecast will be made within the first 24
hours of operation.
2. In periods of long stable weather conditions, it becomes
difficult to make a reliable forecast.
3. The weather forecast is solely calculated on the basis of
barometric air pressure changes.
4. The probability of a correct weather forecast 1s
approximately 70% and is valid for an area of approx.
0-30 km around the location of the weather station.
5. The forecast "Sunny" means at night "cloudless weather".
Fog is not indicated by the weather station as this can
occur with different weather conditions.
6. If you travel with the weather station, a reliable weather
forecast will become impossible due to 24 hour so that the
weather station can calculate a new forecast based on the
conditions at the new location.
3b) ATMOSPHERIC PRESSURE
The atmospheric pressure indicator, in the weather forecast
window, uses arrows to indicate if the atmospheric
pressure is increasing, remaining stable, or decreasing.
USER'S MANUAL
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A DISPLAY
Facilitates easy reading of remote and indoors
temperatures and calendar clock
G
B CHANNEL BUTTON
—— F Display different sensor temperature
A | +
—— A MEM CHANNEL —f—
v MODE énicre | |
|: A
—K
H | D
C MEMORY [MEN] BUTTON
Recalls the maximum or minimum temperature of
main and remote unit
D MODE BUTTON
Toggles the display modes and confirms entry while
setting the values for display
E ALARM BUTTON
Displays the alarm time or sets the alarm status
F SNOOZE / LIGHT BUTTON
Activate the snooze function or LCD backlight
G WALL-MOUNT RECESSED HOLE
For mounting the main unit on a wall
H UP ( A ) BUTTON
Advances the value of a setting
I DOWN ( Y ) BUTTON
Decreases the value of a setting
J BATTERY COMPARTMENTS
Accommodates two UM-3 or “AA” size 1.5V
alkaline batteries
K REMOVABLE TABLE STAND
For standing the main unit on a flat surface
6b) ALARM FEATURE
* Weekday Alarm
The alarm sound will be activated and the icon will be
flashed on weekday when it is armed and the alarm time
is reach.
* Single Alarm
The alarm sound will be activated and the icon will be
flashed once when it is armed and the alarm time is reach.
Once it finished, it will be disabled automatically.
* Pre-Alarm
The pre-alarm sound will be activated and the icon will be
flashed if outdoor temperature under or equal zero degree.
Which is programmable 15, 30, 45, 60 or 90 minutes
earlier than the weekday alarm or single alarm time.
6c) SNOOZE FEATURE
When the alarm sound is on, press the snooze key enter
snooze mode. After 8 minutes, alarm sound will be wake
up automatically. The snooze cycle will be restarted if you
press the snooze key again. If you leave the alarm sound on
for 2 minutes, it will enter snooze mode automatically with
maximum 3 times.
6d) HOW TO STOP AN ALARM
Press [ALARM] on the unit to stop an alarm.
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7. SPECIFICATIONS
Temperature Measurement
Main unit
Indoor Temperature measurement
Proposed operating range : 0°C to +50.0°C
32°F to 122°F
Temperature resolution Те
0.2°F
Remote unit
Proposed operating range :-15°C to + 60°C
5 °F to 144 °F
Temperature resolution EDIC
0.2°F
RF Transmission Frequency :433 MHz
Maximum No. of Remote unit 3
: Maximum 30 meters
(open area)
:around 43-47 seconds
RF Transmission Range
Temperature sensing cycle
Power
Main unit :use 2 pes UM-3 or
“AA” 1.5V battery
:use 2 pes UM-3 or
“AA” 1.5V battery
Remote sensing unit
Weight
Main unit :224g (without battery)
Remote sensing unit : 70g (without battery)
Dimension
Main unit :88 x 185 x 30 mm
Remote sensing unit :56 x 107 x 24 mm
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3. WEATHER FORECAST
3a) WEATHER FORECAST Arrow 3 г =
The unit is capable of detecting atmospheric pressure indicator > 3
changes. Based on collected data, it can predict the weather
for the forthcoming12 to 24 hours. Pressure Rising Steady Falling
Trend
Indicator A
displays on | - . ’ ws > 2 va >
the unit O L ; pe CSET | Eee
Forecast | Sunny | Sliehtly | Cioudy | little Rainy | Heavy Rainy
Cloudy
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4. THERMOMETER If you press [ MEM ] now, the maximum and minimum
4a) HOW TO CHECK REMOTE AND readings will have the same values as the current ones until
INDOOR TEMPERATURES different readings are recorded.
The wave display on the outdoors temperature indicates
the reception of the remote unit is in good order.
If no readings are received from the remote unit for more
than two minutes, blanks “ ” will be displayed until
further readings are successfully searched. Check the remote
unit is sound and secure. You can wait for a little while or
Hold [ ¥ | for 2 seconds to enforce an immediate search.
If the temperature goes above or below than the temperature
measuring range of the main unit or the remote unit (stated
in specification), the display will show ”.-”
4b) HOW TO READ THE KINETIC WAVE DISPLAY
The kinetic wave display shows the signal receiving status
of the main unit. There are three possible forms:
The unit is in searching mode. 8 O:
Temperature readings are
mem" DD
securely registered. °
No signals. °°. ©
4c) MAXIMUM AND MINIMUM TEMPERATURES
The maximum and minimum recorded indoor temperature,
outdoor temperatures will be automatically stored in memory.
To display them, Press [ MEM ] once to display the
maximum readings and again the minimum readings.
The respective indicators,
[ MAX ]or [ MIN ] will be displayed.
To clear the memory, hold down [ MEM ] for two seconds.
The maximum and minimum readings will be erased
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4d) DISCONNECTED SIGNALS
If without obvious reasons the display of the outdoor
temperature goes blank, Hold [ W ] for 2 seconds to enforce
an immediate search.
If that fails, check:
1. The remote unit is still in place.
2. The batteries of both the remote unit and main unit. Replace
as necessary.
Note: When the temperature falls below freezing point, the
batteries of outdoor units will freeze, lowering their
voltage supply and the effective range.
3. The transmission is within range and path is clear of obstacles
and interference. Shorten the distance when necessary.
4e) TRANSMISSION COLLISION
Signals from other household devices, such as door bells,
home security systems and entry controls, may interfere with
those of this product and cause temporarily reception failure.
This is normal and does not affect the general performance of
the product. The transmission and reception of temperature
readings will resume once the interference recedes.
4f) TEMPERATURE TREND
The trend indicator shows the trend of temperatures
collected at that particular remote sight. Three trends:
rising, steady, and falling will be shown.
TREND TREND TREND
Arrow
indicator sd - al
Temperature
Humidity Rising Steady Falling
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MAIN FEATURES: REMOTE UNIT 2. GETTINGSTARTED
2a) BEFORE YOU BEGIN
A LED INDICATOR
Flashes once when the remote unit transmits a reading
Flashes twice when low battery is detected on
sensor unit
B BATTERY COMPARTMENT
Accommodates two AA-size batteries
C RESET BUTTON
Press to reset all setting if you have selected different
channel.
D CHANNEL SELECTOR
Select the channel before you install batteries.
E WALL-MOUNT RECESSED HOLE
Supports the remote until in wall-mounting
F °C/ °F BUTTON
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For best operation,
1. Insert batteries for remote units before doing so for the
main unit.
2. Position the remote unit and main unit within effective
transmission range, which, in usual circumstances, is
20 to 30 meters.
Note that the effective range is vastly affected by the
building materials and where the main and remote units
are positioned.
Try various set-ups for best result.
Though the remote units are weather proof, they should
be placed away from direct sunlight, rain or snow.
2b) BATTERY INSTALLATION: REMOTE UNIT
1. Remove the screws on the battery compartment.
2. Select the channel
3. Install 2 batteries (UM-3 or “AA” size 1.5V) strictly
according to the polarities shown.
4. Replace the battery compartment door and secure
its screws.
2¢) BATTERY INSTALLATION: MAIN UNIT
1. Open the battery compartment door.
2. Install 2 batteries (UM-3 or “AA” size 1.5V) strictly
according to the polarities shown.
3. Replace the battery compartment door.
2d) LOW BATTERY WARNING
When it is time to replace batteries, the respective
low-battery indicator [ #4 | will show up on the indoor or
outdoor temperature.
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PRECAUTIONS
This product is engineered to give you years of satisfactory
service if you handle it carefully. Here are a few precautions:
1. Do not immerse the unit in water.
2. Do not clean the unit with abrasive or corrosive materials.
They may scratch the plastic parts and corrode the
electronic circuit.
3. Do not subject the unit to excessive force, shock, dust,
temperature or humidity, which may result in malfunction,
shorter electronic life span, damaged battery and distorted
parts.
4. Do not tamper with the unit's internal components. Doing
so will invalidate the warranty on the unit and may cause
unnecessary damage. The unit contains no
user-serviceable parts.
5. Only use fresh batteries as specified in the user's manual.
Do not mix new and old batteries as the old ones may leak.
6. Always read the user's manual thoroughly before
operating the unit.
CAUTION
- The content of this manual is subject to change without
further notice.
- Due to printing limitation, the displays shown in this
manual may differ from the actual display.
- The contents of this manual may not be reproduced
without the permission of the manufacturer.
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EC-DECLARATION OF CONFORMITY
Product : TE329 / HBR329
This product contains the approved transmitter and complies
with the essential requirements of Article 3 of the R&TTE
1999/5/EC Directives, if used for its intended use and that
the following standard(s) has/have been applied:
Efficient use of radio frequency spectrum
(Article 3.2 of the R&TTE Directive)
applied standard(s) EN 300 220-1,3:2000
Electromagnetic compatibility
(Article 3.1.b of the R&TTE Directive)
applied standard(s) EN 301 489-1,3:2000
applied standard(s) EN 300 339:2000
Additional information:
The product is therefore conform with the Low Voltage
Directive 73/23/EC, the EMC Directive 89/336/EC and
R&TTE Directive 1999/5/EC (appendix II) and carries
the respective CE marking.
RTTE Compliant Countries :
All EU countries, Switzerland
QA MANAGER: H.Y.WANG Vos
K.S plastic factory С € 01 a O
Guan Lan / Shen Shen / China
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5. RADIO CONTROLLED CLOCK
Sa) HOW TO SET THE
RADIO CONTROLLED CLOCK
* After the batteries are installed. The clock will
automatically search the radio signal. It takes about
3-5 minutes to finish this process.
*]f the radio signal is received, the date & time will be set
automatically with radio control signal icon [ 9] turns on.
*If the clock fails to receive the time signal, it will be with
the [@ ] icon turns off. Then user can set the time manually.
*Radio-controlled signal will be scheduled to receive
every hour.
NA Ш No symbol
= O: - Receiving -signal reception
disabled
Q - Strong
| -Nosingal
Sb) HOW TO SET THE CLOCK MANUALLY
To set the clock manually, hold MODE for two seconds it
will show the year. Use [Y ] or [ A | to change it.
Press MODE to confirm. Repeat the same procedure to set
the month, date, date-month format, 12/24, hour, minute,
display language, zone time offset and “C/ FE.
During the setting, press and hold [ W ] or [ A | will increase
or decrease the value rapidly.
For display language, you can choose among English (EN),
German(DE), French(FR), Italian (IT) and Spanish (SP) -
in that order.
If there is an item you do not wish to change, simply press
[ MODE ] to bypass the item.
When you finished the change, press [ MODE ] to exit.
The display will return to the clock mode.
5¢) CALENDAR CLOCK DISPLAY MODES
The clock and the calendar share the same section of the
display. The calendar is displayed in a day-month format.
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Each press on the MODE button will change the display
between clock with second, clock with day of week, zone
time with day of week.zone time with second and day-month.
5d) HOW TO SET THE ZONE TIME
To set the zone time,
1. Press [MODE] until at zone time display mode,
2. Hold [MODE] for two seconds, the zone time offset will
be displayed.
3. Enter the offset using [ W] or [ A].
4. Press [MODE] to exit.
The alarm “(«KW” “(«S” and “ Pre-AL” icons will be displayed
indicating which alarm is armed. You can also arm or disarm an
alarm by pressing the [ A ],[ Y ] button at alarm display mode.
Press MODE to return to clock display mode.
Se) Disable the reception of the radio.controlled clock
If you are using this product outside the central European
timezone, you may disable the reception of the radio
controlled clock, Press min. 3 Seconds the key (A ) to
disable the automatic time signal reception. The reception
signal (@) will then disappear from the display.
To re-enable the time signal reception, press again for
min. 3 Seconds the (A) key.
6. BELL / ALARM
6a) HOW TO SET AND ARM THE ALARM
To set an alarm,
1. Press [ALARM] once to display alarm time. If the alarm
is disarmed, the time will be displayed as “ OFF”.
2. Hold [ALARM] for two seconds. The hour digits will blink.
3. Enter the hour using [W |] or [ À |.
4. Press [ALARM]. The minute digits will blink.
5. Enter the minutes using [W Jor [ A |.
6. Press [ALARM] to exit.
7. Repeat the same procedure to set single alarm.
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