La Crosse Technology WS-7054U User Manual

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WS-7054U

Wireless 433 MHz

Temperature Station

Instruction Manual

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TABLE OF CONTENTS

Topic

Page

Inventory of Contents

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Additional Equipment

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Quick Setup

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Detailed Setup Guide

 

Battery Installation

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Remote Control Sender

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Indoor Temperature Station

5-6

Setting the Time

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Selecting Units of Measurement

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Features

 

Indoor Minimum and Maximum

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Temperatures

 

Outdoor Minimum and

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Maximum Temperatures

 

Resetting the Indoor Minimum

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and Maximum Temperatures

 

Resetting the Outdoor Minimum

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and Maximum Temperatures

 

Reading the Temperature Trend

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Mounting

 

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Remote Control Sender

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Indoor Temperature Station

16-18

Using Multiple Remote Control Senders

 

Setup of Multiple Units

18-21

Viewing Remote Control

21-22

Senders

 

Features of the Multiple Remote

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Control Senders

 

Troubleshooting

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Maintenance and Care Instructions

28-29

Specifications

29-31

Warranty Information

31-33

FCC DISCLAIMER

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INVENTORY OF CONTENTS

1.The Indoor Temperature Station (Figure 1)

2.The Outdoor Remote Control Sensor (TX3U) and mounting bracket. (Figure 2)

3.3 each, 1/2” Philips screws.

4.One strip of double sided adhesive tape.

5.Instruction Manual and Warranty Card.

Figure 1

Figure 2

ADDITIONAL EQUIPMENT (not included)

1.1 Philips screwdriver.

2.1 Flat screwdriver.

3.2 Fresh AA 1.5V batteries.

4.2 Fresh AAA 1.5V batteries.

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QUICK SETUP

1.Insert two AAA batteries into the Remote Control Sender.

2.Insert two AA batteries into the Indoor Temperature Station.

3.Wait 5-6minutes, or until the outdoor temperature is displayed in the OUTDOOR LCD (Liquid Crystal Display) of the Indoor Temperature Station.

4.Set the Time (See complete instructions for details).

5.Mount units.

Note: The Remote Control Sender transmits a signal every 3 minutes. After the batteries have been installed, the Indoor Temperature Station searches for these signals for a duration of 6 minutes. If there is no temperature reading in the OUTDOOR LCD after 6 minutes, make sure the units are within range of each other, or repeat battery installation process.

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DETAILED SETUP GUIDE

I.BATTERY INSTALLATION

A. REMOTE CONTROL SENDER

Battery cover

Battery compartment

1.Remove the mounting bracket. The bracket snaps on and off with minimal effort.

2.Remove battery cover. To do this, remove the flathead screw located in the lower-centralposition of the unit. The rubberweather-sealcreates a tight seal for the battery cover, and does not allow the

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battery cover to fall away from the unit. Place the screw partially back into the hole and angle it slightly, so the threads grab the battery cover. With the screw, pull the battery cover off.

3.Observing the correct polarity, install 2 AAA batteries. The batteries will fit tightly—makesure they do not spring free, orstart-upproblems may occur.

4.Check the LCD screen of the Remote Control Sender to see if there is a temperature reading. If there is no reading check the polarity of the batteries or replace with new batteries.

5.Observing that the rubber weather-sealis in place; replace battery cover, screw, and mounting bracket.

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B.INDOOR TEMPERATURE STATION

Note: After the batteries are installed,DO NOT press any buttons. This may interfere with the signals, causing temperatures to register incorrectly.

1.Remove the battery cover on the backside. To do this, push up and pull out.

Battery

Cover

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2.Observing the correct polarity, install 2 AA batteries.

3.Replace battery cover.

4.Wait 5-6minutes or until both indoor and outdoor temperatures are shown on the Indoor Temperature Station.

5.The Indoor Temperature Station should now show: “-:--”in the TIME LCD, and temperatures in the INDOOR and OUTDOOR LCD’s.

-:--

TIME LCD

 

INDOOR LCD

 

OUTDOOR LCD

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II. TIME

Control Buttons

A.SETTING THE TIME

1.Press and hold the SET button for 1 second. “12h” will appear in the TIME LCD.

2.Use the INDOOR button to select either 12h time or 24h time (12h is anAM—PMmode, and 24h is military time).

3.Press the SET button 2 times, “TIME” will flash in the upper left corner.

4.Press the INDOOR button to set the hours, and press theOUTDOOR button to set the minutes.

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5.Press the SET button to activate the clock.

Note: There is only a “PM” display, which appears under “TIME.” If there is no display here it is AM. Make sure you set the time accordingly.

III.UNITS OF TEMERATURE MEASURE

A.SELECTING UNITS OF MEASUREMENT

1.Press and hold the SET button for 1 second.

2.Press the SET button again. “°F” will appear in the TIME LCD.

3.Press the INDOOR button to shift between°F and°C.

4.Press the SET button twice to activate settings.

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IV. FEATURES

A.INDOOR MINIMUM AND MAXIMUM TEMPERATURES

1.Press and hold the INDOOR button for 1 second. “MIN” appears in the INDOOR LCD and the recorded minimum temperature is displayed.

2.Press and hold the INDOOR button for 1 second. “MAX” appears in the INDOOR LCD and the recorded maximum temperature is displayed.

Note: When firstsetting-upthe minimum and maximum temperatures may be the same as the current temperatures.

3.To return to the current temperature, press and hold the INDOOR button for 1 second.

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B.OUTDOOR MINIMUM AND MAXIMUM TEMPERATURES

1.Press and hold the OUTDOOR button for 1 second. “MIN” appears in the OUTDOOR LCD. The “OUTDOOR MIN,” and “TIME” displays will flash. The recorded minimum temperature is displayed in the OUTDOOR LCD, and the time it was recorded is displayed in the TIME LCD. After 15 seconds the “OUTDOOR MIN,” and “TIME” will stop flashing. However, the minimum outdoor temperature will continue to be displayed.

2.Press and hold the OUTDOOR button for 1 second. “MAX” appears in the OUTDOOR LCD. The “OUTDOOR MAX,” and “TIME” displays will flash. The recorded maximum temperature is

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displayed in the OUTDOOR LCD, and the time it was recorded is displayed in the TIME LCD. After 15 seconds the “OUTDOOR MAX,” and “TIME” will stop flashing, and the maximum outdoor temperature will continue to be displayed.

3.To return to current temperature, press and hold the OUTDOOR button for 1 second.

V.RESETTING THE MINIMUM AND MAXIMUM TEMPERATURES

A. INDOOR

1.To reset both the minimum and maximum temperatures—pressand continue to hold theINDOOR button, while you press and hold the RESET button. When the

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temperatures are reset release the buttons.

2.To return to the current indoor temperature, press and hold the INDOOR button two times, holding for 1 second each.

B.OUTDOOR

1.To reset both the minimum and maximum temperatures—pressand continue to hold theOUTDOOR button, while you press and hold theRESET button. When the temperatures are reset release the buttons.

2.To return to the current outdoor temperature, press and hold the OUTDOOR button two times, holding for 1 second each.

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VI. READING THE TEMPERATURE

TREND

A.The temperature trend indicator is displayed in the OUTDOOR LCD.

1.Ï Indicates that the temperature is rising.

2.Ð Indicates that the temperature is dropping.

3.The absence of an arrow indicates that the temperature is stable.

VII. MOUNTING

A.THE REMOTE CONTROL SENDER

Note: To achieve a true temperature reading, avoid mounting where direct sunlight can reach the Remote Control Sender. We recommend that you mount the Sender on aNorth-facingwall. The sending range is 80ft; obstacles such as

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walls, concrete, and large metal objects can reduce the range. Place both units in their desired location before permanently mounting the Remote Control Sender. There should be a change of temperature in the OUTDOOR LCD within 6 minutes.

The Remote Control Sender can be mounted in two ways:

with the use of screws or,

using the adhesive tape.

1.MOUNTING WITH THE SCREWS

a)Remove the mounting bracket from the Remote Control Sender (figure 2).

b)Place mounting bracket over desired location. Through the three screw holes of the bracket, mark the mounting surface with a pencil.

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c)Where marked, drill holes into mounting surface using an appropriate size drill bit.

d)Screw mounting bracket onto the mounting surface. Ensure that the screws are flush with the bracket.

2.MOUNTING WITH ADHESIVE TAPE

a)With a nonabrasive solution, clean and dry the back of the mounting bracket and the mounting surface to ensure a secure hold. The mounting surface should be smooth and flat.

b)Remove the protective strip from one side of the tape. Adhere the tape to the designated area on the back of the mounting bracket.

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c)Remove the protective strip from the other side of the tape. Position the Remote Control Sender in the desired location, ensuring that the Indoor Temperature Station can receive the signal.

B.THE INDOOR TEMPERATURE STATION

Note: Before mounting the Indoor Temperature Station make sure that it is able to receive signals from the Remote Control Sender.

The Indoor Temperature Station can also be mounted in two ways:

with the table stand or,

on the wall with the use of a wall hanging screw (not included).

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1.USING THE TABLE-STAND

a)The Indoor Temperature Station comes with the table stand already mounted. If you wish to use the tablestand all that is required is to place the Indoor Temperature Station in an appropriate location.

2.WALL MOUNTING

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