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Set Daily Alarm .................................................... 13
Contents ................................................................... 1
Set Pre-Alarm ...................................................... 14
Introduction .............................................................. 3
Activate Alarm ...................................................... 14
About Oregon Scientific .......................................... 3
Snooze ................................................................ 15
Product Overview .................................................... 4
Barometer ............................................................... 15
LCD Screen ........................................................... 4
View Barometer Area ........................................... 15
Front View .............................................................. 5
Select Measurement Unit .................................... 15
Back View .............................................................. 6
View Barometer History ....................................... 16
Remote Sensor (RTGR328N) ................................ 7
Bar Chart Display ................................................. 16
Getting Started ......................................................... 8
Set Altitude ........................................................... 16
Batteries ................................................................. 8
Weather Forecast ................................................... 16
AC Adapter (Main Unit) .......................................... 8
Weather Forecast Icons ....................................... 16
Wall Mount / Stand ................................................ 9
UV Measurement (with optional UVR138) ............ 17
Change Settings .................................................... 9
Temperature and Humidity .................................... 17
Remote Sensor ....................................................... 10
View Temperature and Humidity Area ................. 17
Thermo / Hygro Sensor Setup (RTGR328N) ....... 10
Select Measurement Unit .................................... 17
Clock .................................................................... 11
Select Sensor Channel ........................................ 18
Set Radio Signal Format ...................................... 11
Minimum / Maximum Records ............................. 18
Sensor Data Transmission .................................. 11
Temperature and Humidity Trend ........................ 18
Sensor Search ..................................................... 12
Comfort Zone ....................................................... 18
Clock and Calendar ............................................... 12
Audio Broadcast .................................................... 19
Radio-Controlled Clock ........................................ 12
Activate Audio Broadcast ..................................... 19
Turn Radio-Controlled Clock ON/OFF ................. 12
Broadcast Current Time, Temperature, Humidity
and weather forecast ........................................... 19
Set Clock ............................................................. 13
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Alarms ..................................................................... 13
CONTENTS
EN
Set Broadcast Times ........................................... 19
Set Volume Level ................................................. 20
Backlight ................................................................. 20
Reset System ......................................................... 20
Safety and Care ...................................................... 20
Warnings ................................................................. 20
Troubleshooting ..................................................... 21
Specifications ......................................................... 22
Main unit dimensions ........................................... 22
Remote unit dimensions ...................................... 22
Temperature ......................................................... 22
Relative humidity ................................................. 22
Barometer ............................................................ 22
Remote unit (RTGR328N) ................................... 22
Radio controlled clock ......................................... 23
Power ................................................................... 23
EC Declaration of Conformity ............................... 24
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INTRODUCTION
ABOUT OREGON SCIENTIFIC
Thank you for selecting the Oregon Scientific™
BAR321HGN/BAR323HGN Talking Wireless Weather
Station. This powerful device bundles time keeping,
weather monitoring, and audio broadcast features into
a single tool you can use from the convenience of your
home.
Visit our website (www.oregonscientific.com) to learn
more about other Oregon Scientific products such as
digital cameras, hand-held organizers, health and fitness
gear, and projection clocks. The website also includes
contact information for our customer service department,
in case you need to reach us.
In this box, you will find:
• Main unit
• Remote sensor (RTGR328N)
• Optional UV sensor (UVR138)
• AC adapter
• Batteries
BAR321HGN --- BAR321HGN Main unit + RTGR328N
Remote sensor
BAR323HGN --- BAR321HGN Main unit + RTGR328N
Remote sensor + UVR138 UV Sensor
Keep this manual handy as you use your new product.
It contains practical step-by-step instructions, as well
as technical specifications and warnings you should
know.
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PRODUCT OVERVIEW
LCD SCREEN
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1.
Weather Forecast Area: Animated weather
forecast
2.
Clock / Alarm / Calendar Area: Radio controlled
clock; alarms; calendar; battery status
3.
Temperature / Humidity / Comfort Zone Area:
Readings and trend lines; comfort zone; sensor
channel number; sensor battery status
4.
UVI / Barometer Area: UV level and barometric
pressure bar chart; UV Index and barometric
readings; AC adapter icon; audio broadcast icon
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3
4
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FRONT VIEW
1
1.
SNOOZE / LIGHT – activate 8-minute snooze or
backlight
2.
LCD Display
3.
SELECT – switch Areas
4.
MODE – change settings / display
5.
UP – increase setting / activate radio-controlled
clock and audio broadcast
6.
DOWN – decrease setting / deactivate radiocontrolled clock and audio broadcast
7.
ALARM /
8.
MEMORY – view current and saved temperature
and humidity readings
8
9.
CHANNEL – switch remote sensor
9
10. HISTORY – view historical barometer and UV
readings
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3
4
5
6
7
10
-- view alarm status; set alarm
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BACK VIEW
1.
Speakers
2.
Slot for wall mount / stand
3.
Battery compartment (bottom)
4.
°C / °F button (in battery compartment)
5.
mb / inHg button (in battery compartment)
6.
RESET button (in battery compartment)
GETTING STARTED
NOTE Refer to the Battery section (
8) for more
information about the battery compartment.
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REMOTE SENSOR (RTGR328N)
1
1
2
3
4
5
6
2
1.
LCD display
2.
LED Status indicator
3.
Ventilation duct
7
3
1.
Signal reception
2.
Channel number
3.
Low battery icon
4.
Time
5.
Temp (°C or °F)
6.
8
4
1
2
6
7
7.
Wall mount
2.
Channel switch (1 – 5)
3.
RESET
4.
°C / °F
5.
Search
6.
EU / UK radio signal format switch
7.
Battery compartment
8.
Fold-out stand
5
3
Humidity %
1.
Temp / Humidity
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AC ADAPTER (MAIN UNIT)
GETTING STARTED
The AC power adapter socket is located inside the
battery compartment of the main unit. Batteries are for
back-up purposes only; adapter is required for Audio
Broadcast.
BATTERIES
Insert batteries before first use, matching the polarity as
shown in the battery compartment. For best results,
install batteries in the remote sensor before the main
unit. Press RESET after each battery change.
To plug in the AC Adapter:
To open the battery compartment:
1.
2.
1.
2.
3.
Insert a coin in the slot. Gently press back until
the battery compartment pops out of place.
Grasp the battery compartment by the sides and
gently pull to open. It will not completely detach
from the main unit.
4.
5.
Open the battery compartment.
Plug the jack in the power socket.
Wrap the power cord under the prongs to guide it
out of the battery compartment.
Close the battery compartment.
Plug the other end of the Adapter into a wall socket
to power it on.
NOTE Do not use rechargeable batteries.
shows when batteries are low.
UNIT
Main
LOCATION
Calendar Area
Remote
Humidity Area
UV Sensor
UVI / Barometric
Measurement Area
shows in the UVI / Barometric Measurement
Area when AC adapter is not plugged in.
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1.
Press SELECT to switch between Areas. indicates
the selected Area.
2.
Most Areas have alternate display options (for
example, Clock / Alarm or Barometer / UVI). Press
MODE to switch options, or ALARM /
to switch
between Clock and Alarm.
3.
Press and hold MODE for 2 seconds to enter setting
MODE.
4.
Press UP or DOWN to change settings.
5.
Press MODE to confirm.
Wall Mount
Stand
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CHANGE SETTINGS
WALL MOUNT / STAND
To attach the wall mount or stand, slide the insertion rod
into the slot on the back of the main unit.
EN
4.
REMOTE SENSOR
This product is shipped with the RTGR328N Thermo/
Hygro Sensor and an optional UVR138 Ultraviolet Sun
Ray Sensor (BAR323HGN only). The main unit can collect
data from up to 6 sensors (5 Thermo/Hygro Sensors
and 1 UV Sensor). Additional sensors sold separately.
The RTGR328N Sensor collects temperature and
humidity readings, and signals from official time-keeping
organizations for the radio-controlled clock.
Press RESET. Then set the temperature unit.
SWITCH
OPTION
Temp
°C / °F
5.
Close the battery compartment.
6.
Secure the sensor with the wall mount or using the
fold-out stand.
FOLD OUT STAND
For information about the UVR138, refer to the UVR138
User Manual.
THERMO / HYGRO SENSOR SETUP (RTGR328N)
1.
Open the battery compartment with a small Phillips
screwdriver.
2.
Insert the batteries.
3.
Set the channel and radio signal format. The
switches are located in the battery compartment.
SWITCH
OPTION
Channel
Channel 1 – 5. If you are using
more than one sensor, select a
different channel for each sensor.
Radio Signal
Format
EU (DCF) / UK (MSF)
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SET RADIO SIGNAL FORMAT
The RADIO SIGNAL FORMAT switch is located inside
the battery compartment. Select EU (DCF) or UK (MSF).
Then, press RESET.
Reception takes 2 – 10 minutes to complete. Once
complete, the icon will stop blinking.
• Insert the batteries and select the unit, channel,
and radio signal format before you mount the
sensor.
• Place the sensor out of direct sunlight and
moisture.
• Do not place the sensor more than 70 meters
(230 feet) from the main (indoor) unit.
STRONG
SIGNAL
WEAK OR NO
SIGNAL
• Position the sensor so that it faces the main
(indoor) unit, minimizing obstructions such as
doors, walls, and furniture.
• Place the sensor in a location with a clear view
to the sky, away from metallic or electronic
objects.
To force a manual RF clock reception, press and hold
SEARCH for 2 seconds.
SENSOR DATA TRANSMISSION
Data is sent from the sensor(s) every 60 seconds. The
reception icon shown in the Temperature / Humidity Area
indicates the status.
NOTE The transmission range may vary and is subject
to the receiving range of the main unit.
You may need to experiment with various locations
to get the best results.
DESCRIPTION
ICON
CLOCK
This remote sensor can automatically synchronize
t h e d a t e a n d t i m e w i t h o ff i c i a l t i m e - k e e p i n g
organizations in Frankfurt (Germany) and Rugby
(England). When the sensor is within 1500 km
(932 miles) of a RF signal, the reception icon will
blink during reception.
When the sensor receives the radio-controlled clock
signal and is paired with the main unit, the clock in
the main unit will be automatically updated.
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--- shows in Temp
/ Humidity Area
Main unit is searching for
sensors.
At least 1 channel has
been found.
Sensor 1 is sending data.
(The number shows which
sensor is selected.)
The selected sensor cannot
be found. Search for the
sensor or check batteries.
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For best results:
EN
RADIO-CONTROLLED CLOCK
SENSOR SEARCH
The time and date are automatically updated by radiocontrolled clock signals from official time-keeping
organizations in Frankfurt (Germany) and Rugby
(England) unless you disable this feature. The signals
are collected by the remote sensor (RTGR328N)
whenever it is within 1500 km (932 miles) of a signal.
To search for a Thermo / Hygro sensor, press SELECT
to navigate to the Temperature/ Humidity / Comfort Zone
Area. will show next to the Area. Then, simultaneously
press and hold MEMORY and CHANNEL for 2 seconds.
To search for the UV sensor, press SELECT to navigate
to the UVI / Barometer Area. will show next to the Area.
Then, press and hold MEMORY and CHANNEL for
2 seconds.
Initial reception takes 2 – 10 minutes, and is initiated
when you first setup the unit, and whenever you press
RESET. Once complete, the reception icon will stop
blinking.
NOTE If the sensor is still not found, check the
batteries.
The
icon shown in the Clock Area indicates 2 factors:
• Connection between the main unit and the
sensor that collects RF signals ( )
)
• RF signal reception (
CLOCK AND CALENDAR
This product tracks the time and date based on radiocontrolled signals from the RTGR328N remote sensor,
or manual settings that you enter.
) when the sensor that receives
Both parts will show (
RF signals is selected and the RF signal is strong. (If you
select another sensor,
or
will show to indicate
whether the RF signal is strong.)
If no signal is found, check the sensor batteries.
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TURN RADIO-CONTROLLED CLOCK ON/OFF
If you wish to manually set the clock, you must first
disable the radio-controlled feature. To do this, navigate
to the Clock / Alarm Area. Then, press and hold DOWN
on the main unit for 2 seconds. To enable it, navigate to
the Clock / Alarm Area, then press and hold UP for
2 seconds.
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NOTE The language options are (E) English,
(F) French, (D) German, (I) Italian, and (S) Spanish. The
language you select determines the weekday display
and the spoken language for the Audio Broadcast.
NOTE Audio Broadcast must be activated (
19)
before you can set the volume level. The number of bars
) at the BOTTOM of
shown after the speaker icon (
the display indicates the level (Low, Medium, or High).
SET CLOCK
You only need to do this if you have disabled the radiocontrolled clock, or if you are too far from a RF signal.
1.
ALARMS
Press SELECT to navigate to the Clock Area.
will show next to the Area.
This product has 2 alarms: the Daily Alarm and a PreAlarm for snowy weather. The Daily Alarm can be set to
go off at the same time every day and you can select
either Beep or Talking Alarm. The Pre-Alarm sounds only
when the Daily Alarm is activated and the recorded
temperature from Channel 1 Sensor falls to 2°C
(35.6 °F) or below.
Press and hold MODE for 2 seconds.
1.
Press SELECT to navigate to the Clock Area. will
show next to the Area.
2.
Press ALARM /
at the top.)
SET DAILY ALARM
2.
3.
nd
Select the 2 time zone offset hour (+/-23 hours),
12/ 24 hour format, hour, minute, year, date/month
format, month, date, and display language, and
(optional) volume level for the Audio Broadcast.
Press UP or DOWN to change the setting. Press
MODE to confirm.
to view the Alarm. (AL will show
3.
Press and hold ALARM /
4.
Select the hour and minute. Press UP or DOWN to
to confirm.
change settings. Press ALARM /
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for 2 seconds.
EN
The house icon
indicates that the
radio-controlled
clock is ON. No
icon means that it
is OFF.
EN
5.
or talking alarm icon
The beep alarm icon
will flash. Press UP or DOWN to confirm the
to confirm.
alarm mode. Press ALARM /
or
shows when the Alarm is set.
NOTE The AC Adapter must be connected for the
Talking Alarm to work. If you select Talking Alarm, and
the Adapter is not plugged in at the alarm time, the Beep
Alarm will sound.
Press ALARM /
to switch to Pre-Alarm view.
(
will show at the top.)
3.
Press and hold ALARM /
Press ALARM /
to confirm.
ACTIVATE ALARM
to
Navigate to the Clock Area, then press ALARM /
switch to Daily Alarm or Pre-Alarm view. To activate or
deactivate the alarm, press UP or DOWN.
For example, if you set the Alarm to 7:00 AM, and the
Pre-Alarm to 45 minutes, the Pre-Alarm will sound at
6:15 AM provided the outdoor temperature at Channel 1
Sensor is 2°C or below.
Set up and activate the Daily Alarm.
5.
NOTE The daily Alarm will NOT function until the next
day once if the Pre-Alarm has been triggered. Also, if
you deactivate the Alarm, the Pre-Alarm is automatically
deactivated.
SET PRE-ALARM
2.
Press UP or DOWN to select 15, 30, 45 or 60 minutes.
This is the amount of time the Pre-Alarm will sound
BEFORE the Daily Alarm. The Pre-Alarm is
automatically activated when you select a time.
shows when the Pre-Alarm is set.
The Pre-Alarm can be set to sound 15,30,45, or 60 minutes
before the Daily Alarm. It will sound whenever the recorded
temperature from Channel 1 Sensor falls to 2°C (35.6°F)
or below.
1.
4.
When the Alarm time is reached, the crescendo alarm
will sound for 2 minutes. Press any key to silence the
alarm. It will sound at the same time the next day.
for 2 seconds.
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ICON
Press SELECT to navigate to the Barometer Area.
Daily Talking Alarm is
activated and will
broadcast the current
time at the set time.
If
is NOT shown, press MODE.
Barometric data is shown in 2 areas at the bottom of the
display. The upper area shows a 24-hour bar chart.
The lower area shows current and historical readings.
Daily Beep Alarm is
activated and will sound
at the set time.
Pre-Alarm is activated
and will sound at the
specified time if the
temperature falls to
2°C (35.6 °F) or below.
Alarm is not activated
and will not sound.
SNOOZE
SELECT MEASUREMENT UNIT
Press SNOOZE / LIGHT to temporarily disable the Alarm
,
,
or will blink while Snooze is on.
for 8 minutes.
Press mb / inHg on the bottom of unit.
BAROMETER
This product tracks fluctuations in barometric pressure
to provide the weather forecast ( 16), and the current
and past 24 hours barometric pressure history
Measurements are recorded by the main (indoor) unit.
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VIEW BAROMETER AREA
DESCRIPTION
EN
VIEW BAROMETER HISTORY
Navigate to the Barometer Area, then press HISTORY
repeatedly to scroll through the measurements. The
number shown in the HR box indicates how long ago
each measurement was taken (e.g., 2 hours ago, 3 hours
ago, etc.).
3.
Press UP or DOWN to set the altitude in 10-meter
increments (-100m to 2500m).
4.
Press HISTORY to confirm.
WEATHER FORECAST
This product forecasts the next 12 to 24 hours of weather
within a 30 – 50 km (19 – 31 mile) radius. The forecast
is based on barometric pressure trend readings.
BAR CHART DISPLAY
The bar chart visually shows atmospheric changes from
the current hour (0) to 24 hours prior (-24).
The top area shows an animated icon indicating the
forecasted weather.
WEATHER FORECAST ICONS
ICON
DESCRIPTION
CLEAR
SET ALTITUDE
Set the altitude to match how far above or below sea
level you are living. This ensures that the barometric
pressure readings are accurate.
DAY / NIGHT
PARTLY CLOUDY
DAY / NIGHT
1.
Navigate to the Barometer Area.
2.
Press and hold HISTORY for 2 seconds.
CLOUDY
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ICON
DESCRIPTION
TEMPERATURE AND HUMIDITY
RAINY
The weather station can display the following information
from any of the 5 remote sensors:
SNOWY
• Current, minimum, and maximum temperatures
and relative humidity percentages.
NOTE The nighttime icon displays from 6 PM to 6 AM.
When the Channel 1 sensor records a temperature of
2°C (35.6 °F) or lower, the RAINY icon becomes SNOWY.
• Comfort level indicator and trend line (rising,
falling, or steady).
Data is collected and displayed every 60 seconds.
UV MEASUREMENT (WITH OPTIONAL UVR138)
VIEW TEMPERATURE AND HUMIDITY AREA
With the optional UVR138 Ultra-Violet Radiation Sensor,
the following information is at your fingertips:
Press SELECT to navigate to the Temperature and
Humidity Areas.
• 10-hour Ultra-violet index (UVI) record
Temperature data is given at the top; Humidity
• Automatic calculation of acceptable UV
exposure times based on pre-set user profiles
(4 users maximum)
is below.
• UVI Danger Alert when UV index reaches
unsafe levels
UV data is shown in the same area as the Barometer.
Press SELECT to navigate to the Barometer Area, then
press MODE to display the
UV icon and data. Refer
SELECT MEASUREMENT UNIT
to the UVR138 User Manual for more information.
Press °C / °F on the bottom of unit.
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SELECT SENSOR CHANNEL
TREND
Press CHANNEL to switch between sensors 1 - 5.
RISING
STEADY
FALLING
ICON
The house icon shows the selected
remote sensor.
COMFORT ZONE
To auto-scan between sensors, press and hold
CHANNEL for 2 seconds. Each sensor’s data will be
displayed for 3 seconds. To end auto-scan, press
CHANNEL and MEMORY with the Temperature /
Humidity Area selected.
The Comfort Zone indicates how comfortable the climate
is, based on current temperature and humidity
measurements.
ZONE
NOTE If you select a sensor that collects only
temperature data, the humidity will not be shown.
MINIMUM / MAXIMUM RECORDS
Press MEMORY repeatedly to view current, maximum
and minimum records for the selected sensor. To clear
the records, press and hold MEMORY for 2 seconds.
TEMPERATURE
HUMIDITY
Any
>70%
20 – 25 ° C
(68 - 77 ° F)
40 – 70%
Any
<40%
This information is shown in the Humidity Area when
the current measurement is displayed.
A beep will sound to confirm that the memory has been
cleared.
TEMPERATURE AND HUMIDITY TREND
The trend lines are shown next to the Temperature and
Humidity readings.
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This product can broadcast the current time, indoor
temperature, humidity level and weather forecast. When
activated, the product can tell you this information on
the hour for a specified period of time (such as 6 – 10PM
nightly), or once every 24 hours.
Press SNOOZE / LIGHT for 2 seconds. Audio Broadcast
must be activated for the feature to work.
SET BROADCAST TIMES
There are 2 Broadcast settings: Hourly during a specified
period of time (such as 6 – 8 PM nightly), or daily at
24 hour intervals.
The Audio Broadcast language is selected when you
set the clock ( 13).
NOTE The AC Adapter must be connected for this
feature.
ACTIVATE AUDIO BROADCAST
Plug in the AC power adapter (it must be plugged in for
the feature to work).
displays in the UVI / Barometric Pressure Area
when Voice Recognition is ON.
1.
Press SELECT to navigate to the Clock Area.
2.
Press and hold MODE for 2 seconds to enter the
clock setting mode.
3.
After setting the language, select 1 hour or 24 hour
broadcast mode. Press UP or DOWN to change
settings. Press MODE to confirm.
4.
When 1-hour mode is selected, you can set the
start/ end times. Press UP or DOWN to change
settings. Press MODE to confirm.
5.
When 24-hour mode is selected, your can set the
start times. Press UP or DOWN to change settings.
Press MODE to confirm.
To deactivate Audio Broadcast any time, unplug the
AC power adapter.
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BROADCAST CURRENT TIME, TEMPERATURE,
HUMIDITY AND WEATHER FORECAST
AUDIO BROADCAST
EN
OPTION
DESCRIPTION
RESET SYSTEM
1 Hour
The Broadcast will sound once hourly
between the specified times. For
example, if you selected 6 PM as the
start time, and 8 PM as the end time,
the Broadcast will sound at 6PM, 7PM,
and 8PM.
The RESET button is located at the bottom of the unit.
Press RESET when you change the batteries and
whenever performance is not behaving as expected (for
example, unable to establish radio frequency link with
remote unit or radio-controlled clock).
24 Hour
The Broadcast will sound once a day
at the selected start time
NOTE When you press RESET, all settings will return
to default value, and you will lose all stored information.
SET VOLUME LEVEL
SAFETY AND CARE
After setting the broadcast mode, you can set the volume
level. There are 3 volume levels: Low, Medium and High.
The levels are set in Clock Mode after you select the
broadcast times.
Clean the unit with a slightly damp cloth and alcoholfree mild detergent. Avoid dropping the unit or placing it
in a high-traffic location.
BACKLIGHT
WARNINGS
Press SNOOZE / LIGHT to illuminate the backlight for
5 seconds.
This product is designed to give you years of service if
handled properly. Observe the following guidelines:
• Never immerse the unit in water. This can cause
electrical shock and damage the unit.
• Do not subject the main unit to extreme force,
shock, or fluctuations in temperature or humidity.
• Do not tamper with the internal components.
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Problem
• Do not use rechargeable batteries with this
product.
Symptom
Remedy
Cannot autosynch
1. Adjust batteries.
( 8)
EN
• Do not mix new and old batteries or batteries of
different types.
• Remove the batteries if storing this product for a
long period of time.
2. Press RESET
( 20)
• Do not scratch the LCD display.
3. Manually activate
radio-controlled
clock- ( 12)
Do not make any changes or modifications to this
product. Unauthorized changes may void your right to
use the product. The technical specifications of the
product and contents of this user guide are subject to
change without notice. Images not drawn to scale.
Temp
Shows “LLL”
or “HHH”
Remote
sensor
Cannot locate
remote
sensor
Cannot
change
channel
TROUBLESHOOTING
Check here before contacting our customer service
department.
Problem
Symptom
Audio
broadcast
Does not
work
Temperature is out-ofrange
Check batteries (
8)
Check location (
11)
Check sensors.
Only one sensor
is working ( 10)
Is the AC adapter
plugged in? ( 9)
Remedy
Barometer Strange
readings
Set altitude / unit
( 15)
Calendar
Strange date
/ month
Change language
( 13)
Clock
Cannot adjust
clock
Disable radio-controlled
clock ( 12)
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RELATIVE HUMIDITY
Range
Resolution
Comfort
Memory
Trend
SPECIFICATIONS
MAIN UNIT DIMENSIONS
LxWxH
87 x 209 x 45 mm
(3.43 x 8.23 x 1.77 inches)
Weight
314 grams (0.69 lbs) with
battery
BAROMETER
Unit
Range
REMOTE UNIT DIMENSIONS
LxWxH
70 x 24.5 x 116mm
(2.76 x 0.96 x 4.57 inches)
Weight
156 grams (0.34lb.) with
battery
Resolution
Altitude
Display
TEMPERATURE
Unit
Indoor Range
°C or °F
-5 °C to 50 °C
(23 °F to 122 °F)
-20 °C to 60 °C
(-4 °F to 140 °F)
0.1 °C (0.2° F)
20 °C to 25 °C
(68 °F to 77 °F)
Min / Max
+/- 5° (°C or °F)
Outdoor Range
Resolution
Comfort
Memory
Trend
25% to 95%
1%
40% to 70%
Min / max
+/- 3%
mb/hPa or inHg
500 to 1050 mb
(14.77 to 31.01 inHg)
1 mb (0.03 inHg)
-100 to 2500 meters
(-328 to 2734 feet)
Sunny, partly cloudy,
cloudy, rainy, snowy
REMOTE UNIT (RTGR328N)
RF frequency
433 MHz
Range
up to 70 meters
(230 feet)
with no obstructions
Transmission
every 1 minute
Channel No.
1, 2, 3,4 or 5
Unit
°C or °F
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RADIO CONTROLLED CLOCK
Synchronization
Auto or disabled
Clock display
HH:MM:SS
Hour format
12hr AM/PM (MSF format)
24hr (DCF format)
Calendar
DD/MM or MM/DD;
weekday in 5 languages
(E, G, F, I, S)
Alarm
Daily & Pre-Alarm;
2- minute crescendo
Snooze
8 minutes
POWER
Main unit
Power adapter
6V AC adapter
Batteries
3 x UM-3 (AA) 1.5V
alkaline batteries
(back-up)
Thermo-Hygro
Remote sensor
2 x UM-3 (AA) 1.5V
alkaline batteries
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Additional information:
EC-DECLARATION OF CONFORMITY
The product herewith complies with the requirements of the Low
Voltage Directive 73 / 23 / EC, the EMC Directive 89 / 336 / EC
and carries the CE marking accordingly.
This product contains the approved transmitter and receiver
that comply with the essential requirements of Article 3 of the
R&TTE 1999 / 5 / EC Directives, if used as intended and the
following standards have been applied:
Hereby, IDT Technology Limited declares that this low power radio
equipment is in compliance with the essential requirements and
other relevant provisions of R&TTE Directive 1999 / 5 / EC.
Safety of information technology equipment
(Article 3.1.a of the R&TTE Directive)
Applied Standard
EN 60950 : 2000
Electromagnetic compatibility
(Article 3.1.b of the R&TTE Directive)
Applied Standards
EN 301 489-3: (2002)
Carmelo Cubito
Agrate Briznaza (MI) / Italy January 2004
EC Representative of Manufacturer
Efficient use of radio frequency spectrum
(Article 3.2 of the R&TTE Directive)
Applied Standards
EN 300 220-3: (2000)
COUNTRIES RTTE APPROVAL COMPLIED
All EC countries, Switzerland CH
And Norway N
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