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WD-3209

4 DAY INTERNET POWERED

WEATHER STATION

Owner’s Manual

WEATHER DIRECT®

Presented by La Crosse Technology®

La Crosse Technology, Ltd.

www.weatherdirect.com

2809 Losey Blvd. S.

La Crosse, WI 54601

Phone 608-785-7935

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Table of Contents

 

Table of Contents ............................................................................................................................

2

Congratulations................................................................................................................................

4

Quality Forecasts.............................................................................................................................

4

Weather Direct® is Green ...............................................................................................................

4

Included in the Box ..........................................................................................................................

5

915 MHz Wireless Sensor Technology ...........................................................................................

5

What You Need to Get Started:.......................................................................................................

6

IMPORTANT MESSAGE:................................................................................................................

7

Set Up your WD-3209 .....................................................................................................................

7

Hardware Installation.......................................................................................................................

7

Wireless Outdoor Sensor Installation Options ............................................................................

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To Surface Mount the Outdoor Sensor:..................................................................................

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To Wall Mount the Outdoor Sensor: .......................................................................................

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Gateway Installation ........................................................................................................................

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Online Resources ............................................................................................................................

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Features...........................................................................................................................................

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Time Setting on Wireless Display..................................................................................................

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Wireless Outdoor Sensor ..............................................................................................................

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Wireless Display Operation ...........................................................................................................

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“MODE” Key ..............................................................................................................................

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“ALARM” Key ............................................................................................................................

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Turn Alarm ON/OFF..............................................................................................................

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Set Alarm Time .....................................................................................................................

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“SNOOZE” Key..........................................................................................................................

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Alarm Snooze .......................................................................................................................

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Change the Display Mode.....................................................................................................

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View Outdoor Temperature...................................................................................................

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“+” Key.......................................................................................................................................

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Toggle Between Time, Date & Temperature ........................................................................

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View Outdoor Temperature...................................................................................................

14

Manually Request a Weather Direct® Data Update .............................................................

14

“SET” Key..................................................................................................................................

15

When ADD 4 LOCATIONS Expansion Option is Active .......................................................

15

Changing Settings on Your Wireless Display .......................................................................

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Set Mode 1 – Set LCD Contrast (0-7) ..............................................................................

15

Set Mode 2 – Enable Acoustic Weather Warnings (ON/OFF) .........................................

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Set Mode 3 - Set Text Scrolling Speed (1-4)....................................................................

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Set Mode 4 - View Device ID............................................................................................

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Factory Reset of Wireless Display.................................................................................................

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FREE Trial of Expansion Options for 14 Days ..............................................................................

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Four Additional Forecast Locations...........................................................................................

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Severe Weather Alerts ..................................................................................................................

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Types of Severe Weather Alerts:..........................................................................................

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Forecast Icons Explained ..............................................................................................................

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Care and Maintenance ..................................................................................................................

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Battery Replacement .....................................................................................................................

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Troubleshooting.............................................................................................................................

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Specifications.................................................................................................................................

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Temperature Range..............................................................................................................

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Battery Life............................................................................................................................

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Dimensions ...........................................................................................................................

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Weather Direct® Update Rate ..............................................................................................

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Weather Direct® Wireless Range.........................................................................................

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Power Requirements .....................................................................................................................

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Liability Disclaimer.........................................................................................................................

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FCC Statements ............................................................................................................................

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Warranty Information .....................................................................................................................

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Congratulations

You have just purchased the world’s first Internet-PoweredWeather Station.

Weather Direct® uses the power of the Internet to deliver weather data and other important information tailored to you, because you are in control of the information it delivers.

We understand that no one likes having to read a manual, so we’ve tried to make this a fun and rewarding read. After all, Weather Direct® is all about you. It’s like having your own personal assistant to tell you the weather how, when and where you want it. Knowing how Weather Direct® works will allow you to get the most out of this innovative new system.

Weather Direct® - Not Just Another Weather Station. Weather Direct® is the complete weather experience.

Quality Forecasts

Weather Direct® provides the most accurate forecast information available, customized to your exact location! Our forecasts go beyond backyard measurements by using Internet-enabledweather data provided by official

National Weather Service instrumentation and local weather reporting stations widely distributed throughout North America.

The same quality weather information used by meteorologists to deliver the local forecast plus additional weather data unique to the Weather Direct® network is available to you 24 hours a day! We provide the most detailed, customized, up- to-dateweather forecasts available on any medium. Weather Direct® allows you to pinpoint your exact location to ensure that you receive precision weather forecasts customized for you!

Weather Direct® is Green

We are doing our part to keep our planet healthy by eliminating our paper manuals, saving trees in the process. Not only are we reducing the amount of paper, but we are also trying to help you save space in your desk drawer, file cabinet or box in the basement where all these pesky manuals end up. Now you can print only the pages from this manual that you need… or not print any at all if you find what you are looking for online.

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The Gateway uses only 1 watt of power with a two year battery life on the

Wireless Display and Temperature sensor. Since the Weather Direct® system works even when your computer is off, you save money on electricity.

Included in the Box

The WD-32094 Day Wireless Weather Forecaster is a complete Weather

Direct® system that includes:

WD-3209Wireless Display – Provides weather forecast information, time, date and other custom data from the Internet. Also receives and displays wireless outdoor temperature, from your backyard using the included Wireless Outdoor Sensor.

Wireless Gateway + Mounting Plate – Powers your Weather Direct®

System with weather data and other customizable feeds from the Internet. Sends data your Wireless Display with a wireless range of up to 330 feet (open air).

TX-50UWireless Outdoor Temperature Sensor + Mounting Plate –

Measures the outdoor temperature where you are and sends temperature data to your Wireless Display with a wireless range of up to 330 feet (open air).

(4) Screws and drywall anchors for mounting the Wireless Outdoor Temperature Sensor and the Wireless Gateway

Quick Set Up Card

Weather Club Information Card

LAN cable to connect the Gateway to a network router

AC adapter for Gateway

915 MHz Wireless Sensor Technology

This product offers:

INSTANT TRANSMISSION is thestate-of-the-artnew wireless transmission technology, exclusively designed and developed by LA CROSSE TECHNOLOGY®.INSTANT TRANSMISSION offers you an immediate update (every 4 seconds!) of all your outdoor data measured from the sensors: follow your climatic variations inreal-time!

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What You Need to Get Started:

High-speedInternet connection – cable, DSL or other broadband

Internet service will work.

Router or broadband modem with built-inrouter. (contact your Internet service provider ISP for information on compatibility with their service)

If you have any questions about routers, or you would like a recommendation on a great router for use with Weather Direct®, see - www.weatherdirect.com/router

Valid e-mailaddress – required to make sure you can retrieve your password and receive other information about your user profile.

2 “AA” Alkaline batteries for the Wireless Outdoor Sensor

NOTE: Rechargeable batteries are not recommended due to the wide variation in performance between brands and types. Please use only fresh Alkaline batteries.

2 “C” Alkaline batteries for the Wireless Display

NOTE: Rechargeable batteries are not recommended due to the wide variation in performance between brands and types. Please use only fresh Alkaline batteries.

Visit www.weatherdirect.com and click “Register” to Start

After you have registered and selected a forecast location and Time Zone for your Wireless Display, the forecast data will show up on the display within 60 seconds.

A reasonably current Windows, Macintosh, or Linux PC with internet

browser installed is required for initial set up and configuration changes1.

The browser must be configured with Java Script enabled. Most browsers allow JavaScript as a standard feature. If you have turned off support for JavaScript in your browser, please allow JavaScript to run again to register or configure your Device.

1 Any internet use involves computer security maintenance. It is your responsibility to maintain current operating system and internet security patches to protect your PC resources. Contact your operating system vendor or ISP for maintenance details. The following reference may also be helpful:http://www.cert.org/tech_tips/home_networks.html

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IMPORTANT MESSAGE:

Please DO NOT insert batteries into the Wireless Display or the Outdoor Sensor until instructed to do so.

Connect the Gateway to an available LAN port on your network router with the

LAN cable (included) and then power up the Gateway with the AC Adapter (included).

Set Up your WD-3209

NOTE: TheQuick Set-Up Card that is included in the box contains additional instructions to help you get started quickly if you want to perform a basic setup of your Weather Direct® system without reading this entire manual.

Open www.weatherdirect.com in a web browser and click “REGISTER” at the top of the page. Our Online Registration Wizard will guide you through the complete registration process.

Hardware Installation

NOTE: Hardware installation is only intended to be performed after you have registered your Gateway and Wireless Display, inserted batteries into the Wireless Outdoor Temperature Sensor, and have confirmed successful reception of weather data.

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Wireless Outdoor Sensor Installation Options

NOTE: Move the Wireless Outdoor Sensor into its intended location and wait for 10 minutes to make sure the outdoor temperature is still being received by the Wireless Display. Press the “SNOOZE” Key on your Wireless Display to show the outdoor temperature. If the display shows --,-Ffor the outdoor temperature, the signal cannot reach the Wireless Display. Find a closer location to mount the Wireless Outdoor Sensor and wait 10 minutes to check the Wireless Display again for reception.

DO NOT mount the Wireless Outdoor Sensor in a permanent fashion until you are sure the signal is being received by the Wireless Display.

To Surface Mount the Outdoor Sensor:

We have provided a mounting plate that you can attach to a surface with the supplied screws. The Sensor can be positioned on a flat surface by securing the stand to the bottom by gently pushing the bottom of the Sensor onto the holding pegs of the stand until they click into place in the grooves on the Sensor.

To Wall Mount the Outdoor Sensor:

The Outdoor Sensor is weather resistant, but not water proof. To

ensure maximum Sensor life, mount it in a covered place out of the

elements like under the eaves. Placement on the North side of your

home will provide the most accurate readings. Mount it about 18”

down from the eaves for optimum performance. This ensures that the weather data collected by the Outdoor Sensor will not be affected by

the temperature of the air leaving the attic.

We have provided a mounting plate that you can attach to the wall with the supplied screws. Gently snap the Sensor onto the holding pegs on the mounting plate after the plate is screwed to the wall. When the holding pegs are securely locked into the slots on the Sensor, you will hear a “Click”.

Gateway Installation

The Gateway should be installed indoors in an easy-to-reachlocation. Registration requires that you press the gray button on the Gateway. It can be mounted securely to the wall with the included mounting plate and drywall anchors.

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If you require a longer LAN cable to mount the Gateway in a desired location, any standard Category 5 network cable will work, but a crossover cable may not work. Crossover cables designed to connect two computers without networking hardware may not work with your Gateway.

NOTE: Network cables usually have length limitations. The same length limitations will apply that apply to computers on your home network.

Online Resources

These links can help to enrich your Weather Direct® experience:

Help – www.weatherdirect.com/help

FREE Membership Included to the Weather Club, at www.theweatherclub.com featuring:

1.Online weather forecasts by Meteorologist Paul Douglas

2.Radar maps

3.Video and photo uploads

4.And Much more!

For a list of places to choose from as forecast locations - www.weatherdirect.com/places

Features

Free Forecasts for Over 40,000 Locations in the United States and Canada, Including Your Hometown, Golf Courses, Parks Sports Venues and More.

Automatically Updates Itself via the Gateway

4 Day Forecast with Daily Sky Condition Icons

Specific Forecast for Morning, Afternoon, Evening and Night and Full Day

Lower LCD Line Scrolls City Name, Forecast, Outdoor Temperature,

Sun Rise/Set

Lower LCD Line Scrolling Speed Adjustment (1-4)

LCD Contrast Setting (1-7)

Daily HI / LOW Temperature Forecast

Indoor Temperature (°F/°C)

Wireless Outdoor Temperature (°F/°C)

Monitor Your Outdoor Temperature From Anywhere in the World on a Free Membership to the Online Weather Club. For more details, please visit www.theweatherclub.com

Time Alarm with Snooze

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Time and Date Set Automatically

Low Battery Indicator on the LCD and the web site for the Wireless Display and Outdoor Sensors

Expansion Options:

1.View Up To Five Forecast Locations on the Wireless Display

2.Receive Severe Weather Alerts

Time Setting on Wireless Display

The Time Zone you select on www.weatherdirect.com for your Wireless Display is intended to set the time for your physical location so the clock on your Wireless

Display is accurate. This time is independent of your selected forecast locations. The Wireless Display will ONLY display the time from the “Time Zone for Wireless

Display Clock” set on the web site, NOT the time at the forecast locations.

There is only one Time

Zone available per Wireless

Display.

The Daylight Saving Time (DST) checkbox on your Wireless Display settings at www.weatherdirect.com is selected by default because most locations observe

DST. If you are in a location that does not observe DST, please make sure to uncheck this box.

Wireless Outdoor Sensor

The Wireless Outdoor Sensor sends temperature data to your Wireless Display, accurate to within a tenth of one degree.

The Outdoor Temperature Sensor uses 2 x “AA”,

Alkaline batteries. To install and replace the batteries, please follow the steps below:

1. Remove the battery compartment cover on the back of the sensor.

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2.Insert the batteries, observing the correct polarity (see marking).

3.Replace the battery compartment cover on the unit.

Press the “SNOOZE” Key on your Wireless Display to show the outdoor temperature at any time. The outdoor temperature will scroll on the bottom of the LCD.

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Wireless Display Operation

This section will teach you how to use your Wireless Display once you have completed online registration. There are 5 control Keys located on the back of the Wireless Display: “SET”, “+”, “SNOOZE”, “ALARM” and “MODE”. The following information is divided into sections based on the function of each Key.

“MODE” Key

Specific Forecasts help you prepare for different weather conditions during the day by providing weather information for Morning, Afternoon, Evening and Night.

You'll know if the weather during the morning commute will be different from the weather during the rest of the day.

You'll know to bring your umbrella to work on a deceptively beautiful sunny morning, because Micro Forecasts will inform you that it will rain in the afternoon on your way home.

Going to the game today? The Afternoon and Evening forecasts are a lifesaver! Micro Forecasts help to make sure that you pack a blanket or a rain coat if needed.

Work 2nd or 3rd shift? Receive detailed forecast information tailored to specific times of the day when you are the most active.

You can change the Micro Forecast reading on your Wireless Display by pressing the “MODE” Key to toggle between the available options.

Press the “MODE” Key to cycle through the Micro Forecast options:

1.MORNING

Forecast from 6:00 AM - 11:59 AM with Daily HI/LO Temperature

2.AFTERNOON

Forecast from 12:00 PM - 5:59 PM with Daily HI/LO Temperature

3.EVENING

Forecast from 6:00 PM - 11:59 PM with Daily HI/LO Temperature

4.NIGHT

Forecast from 12:00 AM – 5:59 AM with Daily HI/LO Temperature

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5.ROTATE

Rotates between the four Micro Forecasts and the Daily Forecast

6.NEXT SECTION

Shows the forecast for the next six hour period so you can be prepared for the upcoming weather. If it was morning now, it would show the afternoon forecast. If it was evening now, it would show the night forecast, etc.

7.ONLY DAY

Shows only the Daily forecast when you are only interested in the weather for the day rather than forecasts for morning, afternoon, evening or night.

“ALARM” Key

Turn Alarm ON/OFF

Press the “ALARM” Key to turn the alarm ON. The Alarm icon “((•))” will appear on the LCD.

Press the “ALARM” Key again to turn the alarm OFF. The Alarm icon

((•))” will disappear from the LCD.

Press the “ALARM” Key when the alarm is sounding to stop the alarm for 24 Hours.

Set Alarm Time

Press and Hold the “ALARM” Key until the hours digit flashes to set the alarm time. Alarm will sound once every 24 hours while active.

Press the “+” Key to change the hour. “PM” will indicate a PM time, while no icon next to the time means AM time.

Press the “ALARM” key again and the minutes digit will flash.

Press the “+” key to change minutes.

Press the “ALARM” key once more to return to normal display

“SNOOZE” Key

Alarm Snooze

Press the “SNOOZE” Key to temporarily silence the alarm for 5 minutes. The Alarm icon “((•))” will flash on the LCD while the Snooze function is active. Press any Key to cancel Snooze and turn the Alarm off until tomorrow.

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Change the Display Mode

Press the “SNOOZE” Key to cycle through the type of detailed weather information that will display below the forecast icons:

1.Sunshine Forecast

2.% Chance of Rain/Snow

3.Amount of Rain/Snow

4.Relative Barometric Pressure with Tendency Arrow

5.Wind Gust Speed and Direction

6.Wind Speed and Direction

View Outdoor Temperature

Press the “SNOOZE” Key to view the current outdoor temperature from your synchronized wireless outdoor sensor. Pressing the “SNOOZE”

Key will also change the display mode.

“+” Key

Toggle Between Time, Date & Temperature

The “+” Key cycles through the date, seconds and indoor temperature on the top segment of the LCD

View Outdoor Temperature

Press the “+” Key to view the current outdoor temperature from your synchronized wireless outdoor sensor. Pressing the “+” Key will also cycle through the date, seconds and indoor temperature on the top segment of the LCD.

Manually Request a Weather Direct® Data Update

When you register your Wireless Display, the weather data is updated within a few minutes. Every 6 hours after that, your Gateway will send weather data to update your Wireless Display.

After changing the forecast location or other setting on the web site, it can be up to six hours for your next scheduled automatic update.

After adding an Expansion Option to your Wireless Display, it can be up to six hours for your next scheduled automatic update.

If you do not want to wait for your Wireless Display to update automatically, Press and Hold the “+” Key for 3 seconds until your Wireless Display beeps once. A second beep within a few seconds will signify that the Wireless Display has received the data.

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“SET” Key

When ADD 4 LOCATIONS Expansion Option is Active

Press the “SET” Key to toggle between the forecast locations on the Wireless Display when the ADD 4 LOCATIONS Expansion Option is active. The name of the location will appear briefly on the bottom of the LCD when it is selected.

Weather data for up to 5 locations can be viewed on your Wireless Display.

Changing Settings on Your Wireless Display

Press and hold the “SET” Key until the Wireless Display beeps to enter the SET mode. Press the “SET” Key to toggle through the four SET modes. If you wait for

5 seconds without pressing a key, the Wireless Display will exit the SET mode and return to normal operation.

The Four SET modes are:

Set Mode 1 – Set LCD Contrast (0-7)

1.Press and Hold the “SET” Key until the Wireless Display beeps to enter the SET mode

2.“LCD” and number (0-7)will flash near the top. “SET LCD CONTRAST” will scroll across the bottom

3.Press the “+” Key to update the LCD Contrast settings.

Lightest Contrast = “0”, Darkest Contrast = “7”

4.Press the “SET” Key to save the current settings and advance to the next option

Set Mode 2 – Enable Acoustic Weather Warnings (ON/OFF)

NOTE: This SET mode is only available when the Severe Weather Alerts Expansion Option is active. In addition to the scrolling text of the Severe Weather Alerts, an Acoustic Weather Warning provides a beep to notify you of a weather condition. You can turn this beep off to silence this warning so only the text of the warning is displayed. To change the setting, follow the instructions below:

5. Press the “SET” Key until “AAL ON” or “AAL OFF” flashes at the top and “ENABLE ACOUSTIC WEATHER WARNINGS” scrolls across the bottom

6.Press the “+” Key to turn AAL “ON” or “OFF”

7.Press the “SET” Key to save the current settings and advance to the next option

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NOTE: You can silence an Acoustic Weather Warning by pressing any Key.

Set Mode 3 - Set Text Scrolling Speed (1-4)

8.Press the “SET” Key until “Scr” flashes at the top and “SET SCROLL SPEED” scrolls across the bottom

9.The standard speed is set to “2”

10.There are four speeds available – “1” is the slowest and “4” is the fastest

11.Press the “+” Key to change the scroll speed.

12.Press the “SET” Key to save the current settings and advance to the next option

Set Mode 4 - View Device ID

NOTE: Device ID is a reference item for customer service only. You may press the “SET” Key again to exit SET mode if you are not asked to provide this number by customer service.

13.Press the “SET” Key until “SEC 1” appears at the top

14.The first part of the Device ID will appear at the bottom

15.Press the ‘+” Key to view second part of the Device ID under

“SEC 2”

16.Press the “SET” Key to exit SET mode

Factory Reset of Wireless Display

NOTE: It is not possible tore-registera previously registered Wireless Display under a new account until the Wireless Display has been deleted from the user account onwww.weatherdirect.com and a Factory Reset has been performed.

NOTE: Expansion Options that are Lifetime Upgrades are still active on your Wireless Display even if you delete it from your user account onwww.weatherdirect.com or perform a Factory Reset. The selection of locations and other custom settings will need to be performed again if the Wireless Display isre-registered.

WARNING: The Factory Reset procedure will erase any registration and setup information from your Wireless Display. You must register the Wireless Display again withwww.weatherdirect.com to use it after a Factory Reset.

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WARNING: Deleting the Wireless Display from a user account onwww.weatherdirect.com will erase the weather and other setup information such as forecast locations from the Wireless Display.

If you have trouble registering your Wireless Display after multiple attempts, you can try a Factory Reset.

If you wish to give your Wireless Display to someone else or simply to register it under a different user account, you must perform the Factory Reset to clear the registration information from the memory of the Wireless Display and delete the device from the user account on www.weatherdirect.com

Additional diagnostic and reset information, including how to reset the gateway (if necessary), is contained at www.weatherdirect.com/help

TO PERFORM THE FACTORY RESET:

Hold both the “SET” and “ALARM” Keys down together for about 6 seconds; you will hear a double beep. This resets the Wireless Display to the original factory state.

FREE Trial of Expansion Options for 14 Days

When you register your Wireless Display and have the included forecast location selected, you will be given the opportunity to try our most popular Expansion

Options FREE for 14 Days! NO CREDIT CARD OR PAYMENT REQUIRED!

14 Days of FREE Expansion Options, including:

1.4 Additional Forecast Locations on your Wireless Display

Four Additional Forecast Locations

The standard Weather Direct® Wireless Display includes weather information for one location. - But what about the weather happening in other places that are important to you?

In addition to your standard location, the Four Additional Locations Expansion Option allows you to monitor four more forecast locations on your Wireless

Display, for a total of five.

Press the “SET” Key on your Wireless Display to display the weather data for another forecast location. You can have up to five locations on your Wireless

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Display. Every press of the “SET” Key rotates through the list of available locations.

Now you can keep an eye on the weather where your daughter goes to school, your favorite vacation spot, your parents’ house and more.

Severe Weather Alerts

Keep your family safe with Severe Weather Alerts issued by the National Weather Service. This valuable information will help you prepare for upcoming weather events. Choose which types of severe weather events you want to receive. Even be alerted via e-mailor SMS text message when you are away from your Wireless Display!

Severe Weather Alerts are available for either 1 year or 3 year periods that cover one forecast location. You can add up to 5 total alert locations if you also have the Add 4 Locations Expansion Option active.

Severe Weather Alerts are available for any of our 40,000 places to choose from.

Weather Direct® is not liable for any incidents that may occur as a result of any National Weather Service alert. This alert service is provided as a convenience to make you aware of a potential situation, not as a replacement for local severe weather warning systems.

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Types of Severe Weather Alerts:

Warnings

Blizzard

Heavy Rainfall

Severe Thunderstorm

Coastal Flood

Heavy Snow

Severe Wind

Excessive Heat

Heavy Snowfall

Small Craft

Flash Flood

High Wind

Special Marine

Flood

Hurricane Force

Storm

Freeze

Ice Storm

Tornado

Frost

Lake Effect Snow

Weather

Gale

Lake Snow

Wind Chill

Heavy Rain

River Flood

Winter Storm

 

 

 

 

Watches

 

 

 

 

Coastal Flood

Flood

Lake Effect Snow

Excessive Heat

Freeze

Lake Snow

Flash Flood

High Wind

River Flood

 

 

 

Advisories and Statements

Blowing Dust

Heat

Tropical Storm

 

 

 

Statement

 

Blowing Snow

Heavy Snow

Urban And Small Stream

 

 

 

Flood

 

Dense Fog

Hurricane Statement

Urban Flood

 

Freezing Drizzle

Lake Effect Snow

Wind

 

Freezing Fog

Small Stream Flood

Wind Chill

 

Freezing Rain

Snow

Winter Weather

 

Frost

Snow And Blowing Snow

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Forecast Icons Explained

There are two sets of icons presented on your Wireless Display, one for day and one for night. A sun appears on many of the day icons while a moon appears on many of the night icons. Night icons only available with the Micro Forecast Expansion Option.

NOTE: Trace precipitation will not display droplets on the icon and “MEDIUM” conditions generally use the “HEAVY” icons to communicate weather events that are likely to affect your plans for the day.

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