Manual de instruções La Crosse Technology 308-145B

La Crosse Technology 308-145B
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INTRODUCTION:
The Wireless Color Weather Station features radio-controlled time, weather
forecast, indoor and outdoor temperature/humidity as well as heat index and dew
point, on a stylish, colorful, and easy to read display. Use the integrated USB
charging port to charge your devices when the Weather Station is plugged into a
power outlet.
WIRELESS COLOR WEATHER STATION:
SETUP INSTRUCTIONS STEP BY STEP:
STEP 1: (optional battery operation)
Remove battery cover from the Weather Station: Slide tab to right and pull out to
remove the cover.
Insert 3 NEW AA batteries (not included) into the back of the Weather Station.
Observe the correct polarity (see marking
inside the battery compartment).Do NOT
mix old and new batteries.
The Weather Station will light up and
show, indoor temperature, humidity and
channel 1.
STEP 2:
Insert the 5-volt a/c power adapter into the
designated area on the back of the
Weather Station.
Plug the a/c power adapter into a wall outlet for continuous backlight (ON/OFF),
and dimmer feature. (Backlight will illuminate for 8 seconds when using only
battery power with a press/release of the SNOOZE/LIGHT button.)
IMPORTANT: When operating on a/c power, to avoid interference, the backlight
will turn off while the Weather Station searches for the WWVB signal. The
backlight returns after a 2-10 minute search.
STEP 3:
Ensure that the transmitter is within 10 feet of the Weather Station.
Remove battery cover from transmitter: Slide
the battery cover down and lift off the back.
Insert 2 NEW AA batteries into the TX14TH-
LCD-B transmitter. Observe the correct polarity.
The temperature, humidity and channel will be
displayed on the LCD of the transmitter.
Press the °C/°F button on the transmitter to
switch from Fahrenheit to Celsius.
The CH switch is set to Channel 1 by default. Confirm channel 1 is selected.
Within 3 minutes the Weather Station will beep and then show readings in the
Outdoor temperature area on the LCD.
Note: Use Alkaline batteries (or Lithium for temperatures below - 20°F / -28.8°C).
TROUBLESHOOTING:
If the Weather Station does not show the outdoor temperature after 3 minutes,
remove the a/c power adapter and all batteries from both units and start the setup
process again.
If the outdoor temperature does not show up after a second attempt, please slide
open the battery cover of the outdoor transmitter to reveal the TX button (which is
under the °C/°F button, push down on the TX button for 3 seconds to send a
wireless signal to the Weather Station.
On the Weather Station, hold the CH button for 3-5 seconds to search for the
transmitter.
For optimal 433 MHz signal reception, the outdoor transmitter should be placed
within 200 feet (60 meters) from the indoor Weather Station.
POSITIONING THE WIRELESS OUTDOOR TEMP/HUMIDITY TRANSMITTER
Once the Weather Station shows the outdoor temperature, place it and the
transmitter in the desired locations and wait approximately 1-hour before
permanently mounting the transmitter to ensure that there is proper reception. The
transmitter should be mounted vertically, in a shaded, protected area, at least 6 feet
from the ground to avoid damage and ensure accurate readings. The transmitter is
water resistant, not waterproof and should not be placed anywhere it will become
submerged in water or subject to standing water or snow.
WALL MOUNT
Choose a shaded location (under an overhang) for the transmitter that
is within the confirmed wireless reception range of the Weather
Station for accuracy.
Install one mounting screw (not included) into a wall leaving
approximately ½ of an inch (12.7mm) extended.
Place the hanging hole (on the back of the transmitter) onto the
mounting screw and gently slide the transmitter down to secure it.
IMPORTANT: For true temperature and humidity readings, mount the transmitter
out of direct sunlight on a North-facing wall or in any other well shaded area like
under an eave or deck rail. The maximum transmitting range in open air is over 200-
feet (60 meters). Obstacles such as walls, windows, stucco, concrete, and large
metal objects can reduce the range. Place the transmitter at least 6 feet in the air to
improve signal transmission.
BUTTON FUNCTIONS:
Button
Press and Release
Functions
Hold 3-5 seconds
SET
Move through program menu
Confirm setting.
Enter program menu,
set time, date, etc.
ALARM
View Alarm
Activate/Deactivate Alarm
Alarm set
+/RCC
1 step forward (setup)
Search for WWVB
signal Fast
advance (setup)
-/°C/°F
Select temperature in °C/°F
1 step backward (setup)
Fast backward (setup)
MIN/MAX
1-time MAX values
2-times MIN values
Resets all MIN / MAX
values
HEAT/DEW
1-time Heat Index
2-times Dew Point
CH
Switch channels outdoor
(multiple transmitters)
Search for remote
transmitter
LIGHT HI/LO
HOLD ON/OFF
Dim backlight for night time
Turn continuous
backlight ON or OFF
(a/c adapter)
LIGHT/SNOOZE
(top)
Activates backlight when
using only batteries
Trigger snooze alarm
PROGRAM MENU:
The SET button will move through the program menu.
The +/RCC or -/°C/°F button will change the value.
WWVB ON / OFF: Hold the SET button 5 seconds and WWVB and the word ON
will flash. Press and release the +/RCC or -/°C/°F button to turn WWVB to OFF if
you do NOT wish to use WWVB reception (manual set time/date). Press the SET
button to confirm and move to the next item.
TIME ZONE: EST will flash. Press and release the +/RCC or -/°C/°F button to
select a different Time Zone: AST=Atlantic, EST= Eastern, CST= Central, MST=
Mountain, PST= Pacific, AKT= Alaska, HAT=Hawaiian time zone. Press the SET
button to confirm and move to the next item.
DAYLIGHT SAVING TIME: DST will flash and the word ON. Press and release
the +/RCC or -/°C/°F button to turn this to OFF if you do not observe DST. Press
the SET button to confirm and move to the next item.
12/24 HOUR TIME: 12H will flash. Press and release the +/RCC or -/°C/°F button
to select 24H. Press the SET button to confirm and move to the next item.
HOUR: The hour will flash. Press and release the +/RCC or -/°C/°F button to
select the correct hour. Press the SET button to confirm and move to the next
item.
MINUTES: The minutes will flash. Press and release the +/RCC or -/°C/°F button
to select the correct minutes. Press the SET button to confirm and move to the
next item.
YEAR: The year will flash. Press and release the +/RCC or -/°C/°F button to
select the correct year. Press the SET button to confirm and move to the next
item.
MONTH: The month will flash. Press and release the +/RCC or -/°C/°F button to
select the correct month. Press the SET button to confirm and move to the next
item.
DATE: The date will flash. Press and release the +/RCC or -/°C/°F button to select
the correct date. Press the SET button to confirm and exit the program menu
Note: The Day of the Week will set automatically when the year, month and date
are set.
FAHRENHEIT/CELSIUS: Press and release the -/°C/°F button once on the
Weather Station, to switch from Fahrenheit to Celsius.
AUTO (channel scroll) - AUTO will appear in the outdoor temperature/humidity
area when multiple transmitters are received and the Weather Station is set to scroll
through the channels automatically.
Press and release the CH button repeatedly until the word AUTO shows. The
Weather Station will rotate through all available channels.
Press and release the CH button once to show only one channel continually.
The Weather Station can receive up to 3 outdoor transmitters.
Extra TX14TH-LCD-B transmitters may be found online or at your retailer to monitor
remote temperature and humidity of up to 3 locations within a 200 Ft wireless range
of the Weather Station.
Note: When only one transmitter is connected, you cannot see other channels.
WWVB RADIO CONTROLLED TIME
The National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) WWVB radio station is
located in Ft. Collins, Colorado. It transmits the exact WWVB time signal
continuously throughout the United States at 60 kHz. The signal can be received up
to 2,000 miles away through the internal antenna in the Weather Station. However,
due to the nature of the Earth’s Ionosphere, reception is very limited during daylight
hours. The Weather Station will search for a signal every night when reception is
best. The WWVB radio station derives its signal from the NIST Atomic Clock in
Boulder, Colorado.
THE WWVB RECEPTION ICON with full signal strength will appear on
screen if the reception of the WWVB atomic time is successful.
The tower icon is solid: The Weather Station has received the WWVB signal.
No tower icon shows: The Weather Station was unable to receive a signal.
Reposition the Weather Station for better signal reception or try again at bedtime.
The Weather Station will start searching at UTC: 07:00. If there is no reception on
the first attempt, it will try again at 08:00, 09:00, 10:00 and 11:00 for at least 2 to
10 min.
If the WWVB signal is strong it may establish reception in ABOUT 2-3 minutes.
If the signal is marginal it will try to obtain a signal for up to 10 minutes.
IMPORTANT: When operating on a/c power, to avoid interference, the backlight
will turn off while the Weather Station searches for the WWVB signal. The
backlight will return after the 2-10 minute search which occurs during the late night
or early morning hours.
Note: In case the Weather Station is not able to detect the WWVB-signal
(disturbances, transmitting distance, etc.); the time may be manually set.
BACKLIGHT:
A/C adapter: The backlight is on continuously when operating the Weather Station
with the 5-volt a/c adapter.
HIGH: The backlight is defaulted to HI when the Adapter is in use.
LO: Press and release the LIGHT HI/LO button to dim the backlight. Press and
release again to return to full strength.
Note: When the Adapter is NOT in use, the High/Lo light feature is not available.
OFF: Hold the HOLD ON/OFF button for 5 seconds, until the station beeps, to
turn the backlight off, to sleep.
ON: Hold the HOLD ON/OFF button again until the station beeps, to turn the
backlight on.
Note: When the backlight is off, press any button to activate the backlight for 8
seconds.

Wireless Color Weather Station

Model: 308-145B | Quick Setup Guide

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La Crosse Technology 308-145B especificações

Geral
Marca La Crosse Technology
Modelo 308-145B
Produto Estação meteorológica
EAN 757456985916
Língua Inglês
Tipo de arquivo PDF
Características
Funções de medição Indoor barometer,Indoor hygrometer,Indoor thermometer,Outdoor barometer,Outdoor hygrometer,Outdoor thermometer
Visor gráfico de funções de medição Sim
Visor de tendência das funções de medição Hygrometer,Thermometer
Funcionalidade relógio Sim
Função alarme Sim
Dados extremos da estação meteorológica Hygrometer,Thermometer
Previsão do tempo Sim
Faixa de medição de humidade (exterior) (H-H) 1 - 99
Intervalo de medição de humidade (interior) (H-H) 1 - 99
Faixa de medição de temperatura (interior) (T-T) 0 - 50 °C
Faixa de medição de temperatura (interior) (T-T) 32 - 122 °F
Faixa de medição de temperatura (exterior) (T-T) -29 - 60 °C
Faixa de medição de temperatura (exterior) (T-T) -40 - 140 °F
Unidades de medição de temperatura F,°C
Recetor  de dados de previsão Sim
Cor do produto Black,Silver
Monitores
Visor incorporado Sim
Gestão de energia
Número de baterias (receptor) 3
Tipo de bateria AAA
Tecnologia da bateria Alcalino
Conectividade
Quantidade de portas USB 2.0 1
Pesos e dimensões
Largura 64 mm
Profundidade 36 mm
Altura 101 mm
Dimensões do receptor (C x L x A) 160 x 70 x 108 mm
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