TE636NL&TS21-IM 2(NIL)1719-10 Eng.ai

SLIM WEATHER FORECASTER WITH
RADIO CONTROLLED CLOCK,
PRESSURE DISPLAY AND IN/ OUT
THERMO-HYGROMETER
USER MANUAL
(TE636NL)
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KSPO:1719-10
NIL TE636NL & TS21 MANUAL 2(ENG)
SIZE:W105 X H148(mm)
BY Lai HZ 9/3/11
INTRODUCTION
Thank you for selecting our slim Weather Forecaster. This device combines precise time
keeping, monitoring and displaying of pressure information and current temperature/ humidity
data from up to three remote locations (additional sensors are required).
In this package, you will find:
• One main unit (receiver)
• One single-channel remote sensor (transmitter)
• One user manual
Please keep this manual handy as it contains practical instructions, technical specifications and
precautions.
INSTALLATION
The communication between the main unit (receiver) and the remote sensor (transmitter) is
wireless, thus simplifying the installation. The remote temperature sensor transmits data to the
main unit, with an operating range of up to 30 meters in opened area.
The remote temperature sensor can be placed indoors or outdoors, depending on the area where
the temperature is intended to be measured. If you intend to measure outdoor conditions, place
the remote sensor outdoors.
NOTE:
• It is critical to power the remote sensor BEFORE setting up the main unit.
• It is critical to power up and test communication between the remote sensor and the main unit
BEFORE permanently mounting if outside.
BEFORE YOU BEGIN
• We recommend using alkaline batteries for the remote sensor and the main unit. When the
temperature falls below freezing point 0°C (32°F), battery voltage levels will be dropped and
this may reduce the transmission range. For optimum performance, we recommend using
lithium batteries.
• Avoid using rechargeable batteries. (Rechargeable batteries cannot maintain correct power
requirements.)
• ALWAYS install batteries in the remote sensor before the main unit.
• Insert batteries before first use, matching the polarity in the battery compartment.
• During initial set up, place the remote sensor close to the main unit.
• After reception is established (remote readings will appear on the main unit’s display),
position the remote sensor and the main unit within the effective transmission range of up to
30 meters.
NOTE:
• Avoid pressing any buttons on the main unit before the remote readings are displayed.
• Transmission or reception range may be affected by trees, metal structures, and electronic
appliances, surrounding building materials and how the main unit and transmitter are
positioned.
• Place the remote sensor so that it faces the main unit (receiver), minimizing obstructions
such as doors, walls and furniture.
• Though the remote sensors are weather-resistant, they should be placed away from direct
sunlight, rain or snow. The optimal location for the remote sensor outdoors is under the eaves
on the north side of the building.
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MAIN UNIT
REMOTE TEMPERATURE AND HUMIDITY SENSOR
FEATURES
• Remote data transmission to the main unit via 433 MHz frequency
FEATURES
TIME
• Precise time and date set via radio controlled time signals (DCF 77) from the central atomic
clock in Frankfurt
• 12 or 24 hour time format
• Manual adjustment of time and date
• Calendar date with month and day in 7 languages English, German, French, Italian, Spanish,
Dutch and Swedish
• Dual crescendo alarms with snooze
• Programmable ice warning alarm
WEATHER
• Weather forecast for the next 12 to 24 hour in seven large icons: sunny, slightly cloudy,
cloudy, rainy, heavy rainy, snowy and heavy snowy.
• User-defined high/low temperature alarm
• Indoor/outdoor temperature and humidity in up to 3 remote locations (additional sensors
required)
• Barometric pressure in imperial or metric units
• Altitude adjustment for pressure compensation
• 24 hour barometric pressure history chart
• Comfort level indicators (Dry, Humid, etc)
FRONT
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A. BATTERY COMPARTMENT
• Hold two AAA-size batteries
A
B
B. WALL-MOUNT RECESSED HOLE
• Mount the remote sensor on the wall
B
MOUNTING
• The remote sensor can be placed on the flat surface or mounted on the wall in vertical
position.
• Use a screw, rather than a nail, for best mounting of the sensor.
• When mounting the main unit on the wall or vertical surface, fold the table stand back into
the unit.
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PLACEMENT
• The remote sensor should be placed under eaves or a similar location with free air circulation
sheltered from direct sunlight and extreme weather.
• Ideally, place the remote sensor over soil, rather than asphalt which would cause false
readings.
• Avoid placing the remote sensor near sources of heat, such as chimneys and heating elements
• Avoid areas that collect heat from the sun and radiate heat, such as metal, brick or concrete
structures, paving, and patios
• The international standard for the valid air temperature measurements is 1.25meters above the
ground
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H
D
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OPERATION
Immediately after batteries are installed, the remote sensor will start transmitting a temperature
and humidity data to the main unit.
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REAR
F
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F. CHANNEL button
• Press to display the outdoor temperature readings of Channels 1, 2 and 3. (additional remote
sensors are required)
• Hold for 2 seconds, enter into the circulation mode and outdoor temperature readings of
Channels 1, 2 and 3 will be displayed automatically in every 5 seconds.
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G. MODE button
• When pressure mode has been selected, press once to display the local pressure, altitude and
sea level.
• Press and hold for 2 seconds to set altitude and sea level.
• When time mode has been selected, press once to toggle between time with seconds display
or time with weekday display.
• Press and hold for 2 seconds, set language of the day of the week, year digit, month digit,
date digit, hour format (12/ 24 hours), hour digit and minute digit. (Note: calendar format is
default in month-date display)
• When temperature mode has been selected, press and hold for 2 seconds to toggle the
temperature unit between Celsius or Fahrenheit.
H. UP (▲) button
• Press to select the next available mode
• Increase the parameters
• In time with seconds display mode, press and hold for 2 seconds to activate/ deactivate radio
controlled time signal search manually.
A. WEATHER/ PRESSURE window
L
K
I. MEM button
• When temperature mode has been selected, press to recall the minimum or maximum
temperature and humidity readings of main and remote units.
• Press and hold for 2 seconds, collected memories will be cleared.
• When pressure mode has been selected, press once to check the historical pressure data for
the past 24 hours.
J. WALL- MOUNT hole
• A recessed opening to mount the unit on a wall
B. TEMPERATURE/ HUMIDITY window
C. CLOCK window
D. DOWN (▼) button
• Select the next available mode
• Press and hold for 2 seconds to search for wireless signal from remote sensor.
• Decrease parameters.
E. ALARM button
• When time mode has been selected, press once to display the alarm time of weekday alarm
(
), single alarm ( ) and pre-alarm (
).
• Hold for 2 seconds, set weekday, single or pre-alarm’s alarm time.
• When temperature mode has been selected, press once to display the highest or lowest
temperature alarm’s value.
• Hold for 2 seconds, set the highest or lowest temperature alarm’s value.
• When alarm is on, press once to stop the alarm temporarily.
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K. BATTERY COMPARTMENT
• Accommodate two (2) CR2032 batteries
L. TABLE STAND
PLACEMENT
• Make sure that the main unit is locating within the operating range of all remote sensors.
• Ideally the main unit should be placed within line of sight of remote sensors. Avoid
placing the main unit where surfaces emitting and radiating heat (e.g. heating ducts or air
conditioners) and areas with interference from wireless devices (e.g. cordless phones, radio
headsets, baby monitoring devices and other electronics).
OPERATION
Once the main unit is powered, the display will show all available LCD segments for a moment.
IMPORTANT: All of the display functions will be locked, allowing setting your local altitude
and pressure parameters by pressing the UP (▲) or DOWN (▼) and MODE buttons. The
locked display will show the pressure icon and abbreviation “inHg” flashing in the Weather/
Pressure Window, default time in Clock Window and channel 1’s temperature and humidity
readings in Temperature/ Humidity Window.
If pressure and altitude are not configured during this time, the unit will self-calibrate in a few
minutes and show the default settings for the pressure and altitude (sea level) and all remote
weather sensors readings.
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GETTING STARTED
WEATHER FORECAST
This unit is capable of detecting the atmospheric pressure changes. Based on collected weather
data, it forecasts the weather for the next 12 to 24 hours.
When the
display
shows...
Forecast
Sunny
is...
Partly
Cloudy
Cloudy
Rainy
Heavy
Rainy
Snowy
Heavy
Snowy
NOTE: The weather forecast accuracy is approximately 70%.
The main unit display shows forecasted (predicted) not current conditions. The
SUNNY icon indicates clear weather, even when displayed during the night-time.
PRESSURE OPERATION
The pressure window displays: current barometric pressure, sea level pressure, and weather
forecast. The information contains a number of historical statistics: pressure/ temperature/
humidity history bar-chart for the past 24 hours
Pressure can be measured in inHg, hPa/mBar or mmHg, and altitude is determined in either
meters or feet.
IMPORTANT: There are three viewing options available: barometric pressure SEA LEVEL
or LOCAL and ALTITUDE. Local pressure is a measured value (can’t be adjusted) while Sea
Level & Altitude are variables that you can enter. It is advisable to select and program only
one of the variables and to allow the unit to calculate the third value.
The unit is designed to measure pressure changes at your specific location, when LOCAL
barometric pressure is selected. Information for programming your unit, with either Altitude
or Sea Level values, may be obtained from GPS readings, online from the Internet, etc.
SEA LEVEL barometric pressure provides you with information about pressure changes at
lower elevations in your surrounding area. The SEA LEVEL pressure value can be set to
match your local metro area weather information. (Sources – local TV or radio station, etc.)
SETTING INITIAL PRESSURE PARAMETERS
IMPORTANT: Allow the unit to set without touching ANY buttons for about 6-8 minutes
during the main unit initial set up. This will give the unit time to synchronize with remotes,
stabilize pressure readings and settle with default settings.
SELECT PRESSURE UNITS OF MEASURE
Press UP (▲) or DOWN (▼),as needed, until the pressure icon “PRESSURE”, to the left of
the barometric pressure value, begins to flash.
• Press MODE button, to toggle through selections until “SEA LEVEL” or “LOCAL”
barometric pressure is displayed.
• Press and hold MEM button to enter the pressure unit selection mode. Press the UP (▲) or
DOWN (▼) button to select the preferred units of measure for pressure: inHG (English),
hPa/mBar (scientific) or mmHg (metric)
• Press MEM button to confirm your selection. Then press MODE to move to the ALTITUDE
unit selection mode. Press the UP (▲) or DOWN (▼) button to select pressure unit as
FEET or METER.
• Press MEM button to confirm and hold MODE to move to the ALTITUDE value selection
mode.
• Press UP (▲) or DOWN (▼) to select or adjust the altitude value to your location. (Press
and hold either button for accelerated digit advance)
• Press MODE to confirm the programming selection.
(NOTE: The unit will automatically exit programming mode if it does not detect a button
press after 2 minutes.)
VIEWING PRESSURE AND ALTITUDE INFORMATION
To view pressure or altitude information, press MODE button. The display will alternate
between the sea level pressure, local pressure and local altitude screens.
PROGRAMMING SEA LEVEL PRESSURE (not required if you did altitude)
• Press and hold MODE, until the barometric pressure digits are flashing.
• Enter the desired sea level pressure value by pressing UP (▲) or DOWN (▼) buttons. (Press
and hold either button for accelerated digit advance.)
• Press MODE, to confirm sea level value selection.
CHANGING PRESSURE AND ALTITUDE UNITS
• Press MODE as needed, until “LOCAL” pressure is displayed.
• Press and hold MEM/ HISTORY, until the pressure unit is flashing.
• Change local or sea level pressure units by pressing the UP (▲) or DOWN (▼) buttons to
select the pressure units. Choose from: inHg, hPa/mBar or mmHg.
• Press MEM button to confirm your selection.
• Press MODE button until the local altitude value will be displayed
• Press and hold MEM button until the altitude unit is flashing.
• Select the ALTITUDE unit:, meters or feet, by pressing UP (▲) or DOWN (▼) buttons.
• Press MEM button to confirm your selection.
VIEWING SEA LEVEL PRESSURE HISTORY
• In pressure mode, press MEM button entering the sea level pressure display.
• When the SEA LEVEL is displayed, press MEM button repeatedly viewing the sea
level pressure history for the past 24 hours in 1 hour intervals.
• If no buttons are pressed for 5 seconds, the unit will automatically return to the default
Pressure and Weather Forecast Mode.
VIEWING PRESSURE, TEMPERATURE AND HUMIDITY CHARTS
The bar chart in Pressure Window can be configured to display a historical data for the sea
level pressure and temperature or humidity for channel 1.
After selecting the Pressure Window, press and hold ALARM button to toggle the bar chart
between the sea level pressure with a word “PRESSURE” displayed at the right bottom corner
of the chart, temperature with a thermometer icon and “CH1” and a humidity with “RH” icon
and “CH1”.
MOON PHASE ICONS
New
Moon
Waning First
Crescent Quarter
TEMPERATURE/ HUMIDITY WINDOW
The main unit supports up to 3 remote sensors, corresponding to a separate channel of the
temperature and relative humidity display. The temperature can be displayed in Celsius (ºC) or
Fahrenheit (ºF).
The main unit carries the temperature and humidity sensor and uses this data to calculate an
indoors comfort level - Wet, Comfort or Dry.
A temperature alert function is available for all channels. It can be programmed to sound if the
channel temperature exceeds or falls below the pre-set upper and lower limits.
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REMOTE SENSORS STATUS
The wave icon above the current channel icon shows the connection status of the corresponding
remote sensor:
RESETTING TEMPERATURE MEMORIES
Press and hold MEM button for 3 seconds to clear all channel memories.
COMFORT LEVEL INDICATION
The main unit is capable of detecting and displaying the current indoor comfort levels of
surrounding environment. The comfort level based on the combination of the current indoor
temperature and humidity readings. The following comfort levels may be displayed:
COMFORT (comfortable); WET (wet) and DRY (dry)
Status
Icon
Searching for the signals from the remote sensor
Corresponding remote sensor signal received
successfully
Temperature
Range
Humidity
Range
Shows current
condition
COM
20°C to 25°C
(68°F to 77°F)
40%RH70%RH
Ideal relative humidity
and temperature
WET
-5°C to 50°C
(23°F to122°F)
OVER
70%RH
Contains excess
moisture
DRY
-5°C to 50°C
(23°F to122°F)
BELOW
40%RH
Contains inadequate
moisture
Indicator
displayed
No signals received for over 1 hour
SEARCH FOR REMOTE SENSORS
• The main unit can be manually activated to search for the signals from remote sensors by
pressing and holding DOWN (▼) button.
OPERATION
• To select the indoor/ outdoor temperature and humidity mode, press UP (▲) or DOWN (▼)
until the IN icon
flashing with a beep sound alert.
VIEWING REMOTE (CHANNEL) TEMPERATURE AND HUMIDITY
Static Display:
• Press the CHANNEL button to select measurements from different remote sensors, each is
MODE to a unique channel 1, 2 or 3.
Channel Auto-Scan Display:
• To enable an automatic scan of all channels, press and hold CHANNEL, until the
icon is
displayed. The measurements from each remote channel will be alternately displayed with a 5
seconds viewing.
NOTE: the channel auto-scan feature can be active only if there are more than one remote
sensors operating and are MODE to different channels.
PROGRAMMING TEMPERATURE IN CELSIUS OR FAHRENHEIT
• Press and hold MODE button for 3 seconds to toggle the temperature unit in Celsius (ºC) or
Fahrenheit (ºF).
SETTING TEMPERATURE ALARM
• Press ALARM button selecting the desired alarm, the upper temperature alert with i con (if
disabled, displays OFF), or lower temperature alert with
icon (if disabled, displays OFF).
• Press and hold ALARM button until the temperature digits flashing.
• Adjust the temperature digits using the UP (▲) or DOWN (▼). Press and hold either button
for fast digits advance
• Press the ALARM to confirm selection and return to the temperature alarm selection screen
ACTIVATING OR DEACTIVATING TEMPERATURE ALARMS
• Once the above alerts are displayed, press the UP (▲) or DOWN (▼) to enable or disable
the corresponding alert.
VIEWING MAX/MIN AND MINIMUM READINNGS
Press the MEM/ HISTORY button recalling:
• Current temperature and humidity
• Minimum temperature and humidity
• Maximum temperature and humidity at the remote location.
CLOCK WINDOW
RADIO CONTROLLED TIME
The radio controlled signal for time (DCF 77) is transmitted from the central atomic clock in
Frankfurt/Main in short intervals. It has a reception range of approx. 1500 km. If the tower icon
is not fully lit, or if the time and date are not set automatically, please consider the following:
• During night-time hours, atmospheric disturbances are typically less severe and radio signal
reception may improve. A single daily reception is sufficient enough to keep the clock
accuracy within 1 second.
• Make sure the unit is positioned at 2 meters distance from any interference source such as a
TV, computer monitor, microwave, etc.
• Within concrete wall rooms such as basements or office buildings, the received signal may
be weakened. Always place the main unit near the window for better reception.
Once the radio controlled time signal is received, the date and time will be set automatically,
and the [ ] icon will appear.
ICON
Time Signal Reception Strength
(Flashing)
Undefined data
No Reception for the past 24 hours
Weak signal, but can be decoded
Strong signal
• The radio controlled clock receiver is programmed that it will search for the time signal daily
for 0:00, 3:00, 6:00, and 12:00 am.
• To enable or disable the radio controlled time receiver, press and hold UP (▲) button for 3
seconds. If atomic time reception is activated, a tower icon will start flashing. If reception is
disabled, the tower icon will disappear.
• If the time signal has not been received in 8 minutes, you may set the time manually.
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MANUAL SETTINGS
To select the time mode, press UP (▲) or DOWN (▼) until the IN icon
sound alert.
Full
Waning Last
Waning
Moon Gibbous Quarter Crescent
Waxing
Gibbous
flashing with a beep
TIME AND CALENDER
• Press and hold MODE button until the day of week language abbreviation “ENG” will flash
• Press the UP (▲) or DOWN (▼) selecting the day of the week in English, German, French,
Italian, Spanish, Dutch or Swedish.
• After the language of weekday is set, press MODE button to confirm and move to the next
parameter (year)
• Continue setting the year, month, day, time format (12 or 24 hours), local hour and minutes,
using the same technique
• After programming is complete the display will return to the default hour and minutes with
seconds display.
CLOCK ALARMS
There are two time alarms – Weekday alarm (
) and Single day alarm(
) - and one Ice
Warning Alarm (
).
• If Weekday (
) alarm is activated, it will sound at the set time and the alarm icon will
flash Mondays through Fridays
• If Single (
) day alarm is activated, it will sound at the set time and the alarm icon will flash
only for this specific day and will not activate on subsequent days
• If Ice Warning Alarm (
) is activated, in will sound at the set time and alarm icon
will flash once the remote temperature for Channel One (1) will reach 32°F(0°C) and below
NOTE: Ice Warning Alarm can be set only if one or both - Weekday or Single alarm - are
programmed.
SETTING THE WEEKDAY (
) AND SINGLE DAY (
) ALARMS
• Press ALARM button once to enter into the alarms setting mode. The default alarm is a
Weekday alarm (
). The abbreviation “OFF” with a letter “
” next to it will be
displayed, if the alarm has not been set previously
• Press and hold ALARM button for two seconds. The hour digit will flash
• Adjust the hour using UP ( ▲) or DOWN ( ▼) buttons
• Press ALARM button again. The minute digits will flash
• Adjust the minutes using UP (▲) or DOWN (▼) buttons
• Press ALARM button again to confirm and the weekday alarm time will be set
• Set Single (
) day alarm if desired in the same manner
SETTING THE ICE WARNING ALARM (
)
If Weekday (
) or Single day (
) alarm is MODE, the Ice Warning Alarm (
) can be
programmed.
• Press ALARM button once to enter into the Ice Warning Alarm setting mode. The
abbreviation OFF with a PRE-AL next to it will be displayed.
• Press and hold ALARM button for two seconds. The number 30 will flash, meaning that if
selected, the alarm will sound 30 minutes earlier than the Weekday or Single alarm.
• Select the desired Ice Warning Alarm interval in 15 minutes increments between 15 and 90
minutes, using UP (▲) or DOWN (▼)buttons
• Press ALARM button to confirm and exit from the alarm setting mode.
ACTIVATING/ DEACTIVATINSALARMS
• Press ALARM button to enter into the desired alarm mode.
• Press UP ( ▲) to activate alarm and the corresponding icons
,
will be displayed.
• Press DOWN ( ▼) to deactivate alarm until “OFF” is displayed.
MAINTANANCE
CHANGING BATTERIES
• If the low battery indicator lights up, replace batteries in the corresponding unit.
• Do not mix old and batteries.
CLEANING
The main unit and remote sensors housings can be cleaned with a damp cloth. Small parts can
be cleaned with a cotton tip or pipe-cleaner. Never use abrasive or corrosive cleaning agents or
solvents. Do not immerse electronic components in water.
TROUBLESHOOTING
Check here before contacting customer service.
Issue
Main unit
Remote sensor
Symptom
Solution
Radio Controlled
Time signal is not
received
Place unit by the window and keep it there
overnight
Cannot locate
remote sensor
Check batteries
Check location
Press and hold DOWN ( ▼) button on the
main unit to search for the signal form the
remote sensor
Data does not
match data on the
main unit
Initiate manual sensor search (Press and hold
DOWN ( ▼) button on the main unit)
PRECAUTIONS
This product is engineered to give you years of satisfactory service if handled carefully. Here
are a few precautions:
• Do not immerse the units in water.
• Do not clean the units with abrasive or corrosive materials. They may scratch the plastic parts
and corrode the electronic circuits.
• Do not subject the product to excessive force, shock, dust, temperature, or humidity, which
may result in malfunctions, shorter lifespan, damaged batteries, and damaged parts.
• Do not tamper with the units internal components. Doing so will invalidate the warranty and
may cause damage. These units contain no user-serviceable parts.
• Use only fresh batteries. Do not mix new and old batteries.
• Read the user's manual thoroughly before operating the units.
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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. SPECIFICATIONS
Main Unit
Indoor Temperature
Proposed operating range: 0°C to +50°C
Temperature resolution: 0.1°C (0.2°F)
User-selectable (°C or °F) temperature display
Humidity (Indoor)
Operating Range: 30% to 80%
Resolution: 1%
Accuracy: 7%
Sampling Interval: 10 seconds
Weather Forecast: in seven large icons: sunny, slightly cloudy, cloudy, rainy, heavy rainy,
snowy and heavy snowy.
Maximum number of remote sensors: 3 (one included)
Readings update interval: every 45 seconds
Low battery indicator
Clock
Radio Controlled time (DCF77)
12/24 hour time format
Crescendo 2 minutes alarm with 8 minutes snooze
Barometric Pressure
Measuring Range: 14.75 inHg to 32.44 inHg (500 Hpa to 1100Hpa); (374.5 mmHg to
823.8 mmHg)
Resolution: 0.003 inHg (0.1 Hpa, 0.08 mmHg)
Accuracy: 0.015 inHg (5 Hpa; 0.38 mmHg)
Sampling interval: 20 minutes
Altitude Compensation Range: -200m to +5000 m
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Power
Main unit: 2 CR2032 size 3V batteries (not included)
Remote Sensor: 2 AAA size 1.5V batteries (not included)
Dimensions
Main unit: 178(L) x 120(H) x 9.5(W) mm
Remote sensor: 37.5(L) x 110(H) x 23(W) mm
EC-DECLARATION OF CONFORMITY
Product: TE636NL
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)
EN 300 220-2,V2.1.2:2007-06
EN 300 330-2,V1.3.1:2006-04
Electromagnetic compatibility (Article 3.1.b of the R&TTE Directive)
EN 301 489-3,V1.4.1:2002-08
Low voltage directive applied standard(s)
EN 60950-1:2006+A11:2009
Electromagnetic compatibility (Article3.1.b of the R&TTE Directive)
EN 50371:2002
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.
Remote Sensor
Remote Temperature
Proposed operating range with alkaline batteries:
-20°C to + 60°C
Temperature resolution: 0.1°C/ 0.2°F
Humidity (Outdoor)
Operating Range: 30% to 80%
Resolution: 1%
Accuracy: 7%
Sampling Interval: 10 seconds
Transmitting Interval: around 47 seconds
RF Transmission Frequency: 433 MHz
RF range: Maximum 30 meters
Temperature transmission cycle: approximately 45 seconds
Wall-mount of Table stand
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