La Crosse Technology 308-146 User Manual

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Model: 308-146/308-146W
Instruction Manual
Five
Forecast
Icons
Time, Alarm, Month, Date + Weekday
Outdoor Temperature ºF/ºC,
Humidity RH %
+ Channel Indicator
Indoor Temperature ºF/ºC
+ Humidity RH%
NOTE: This forecast station is sold
with one TX142TH sensor or one TX14TH sensor. Either sensor may be used interchangeably.
The Wireless Color Forecast Station features atomic 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. It has a USB charging port to charge your smartphone or other device. Transmission range of over 200 feet (60 meters) in open air, from transmitter to forecast station.
Wireless Color Forecast Station
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INITIAL SETUP
Step 1: Insert the included 5-volt AC power adapter into forecast station and then into wall outlet. Step 2: Insert 3 new “AA” batteries (not included) into the forecast station. Observe the correct polarity. Step 3: Insert 2 new “AA” batteries (not included) into the outdoor transmitter. Observe the correct
polarity. The red LED will flash when transmitting.
Do Not Mix Old and New Batteries Do Not Mix Alkaline, Standard, Lithium or Rechargeable Batteries
RESTART:
If the outdoor temperature is not displayed after 3 minutes, unplug the AC adapter and remove
batteries from the forecast station & transmitter for 15 minutes.
Return to Step 1 above.
ATOMIC SIGNAL SEARCH:
The LCD backlight and USB charging port will momentarily turn off while the station searches for the atomic signal. After the initial search, this station will only search for the atomic signal after midnight.
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Table of Contents
Wireless Color Forecast Station 1 Initial Setup 1 Table of Contents 2 Features 3 Power the Forecast Station 3
A/C Power Adapter 3
Batteries 3 Install Batteries in the TX142TH Transmitter 4 Install Batteries in the TX14TH Transmitter 4 LCD Screen 4 Function Buttons 5 Program Menu 5
WWVB ON/OFF 5
Time Zone 6
Daylight Saving Time Indicator 6
12-hour or 24-hour Time Format 6
Set Time 6
Set Calendar 6 Fahrenheit/Celsius 6 Alarm Set 7
Deactivate Alarm 7
Snooze Alarm 7 USB Charge Port 7 Backlight 7
A/C Power Adapter 8
Batteries 8 Weather Forecast Icon 8 Min/Max Temperature Data 8
View Min/Max 8
Reset Min/Max 9 Heat Index 9 Dew Point Temperature 9 Low Battery Icon 9 Use Multiple Outdoor Transmitters 9 Channel Scroll 10 WWVB Radio-controlled Time 10
WWVB Reception Icon 10
Manual Signal Search 10 Care and Maintenance 11 Position the Outdoor Transmitter 11 Outdoor Temperature/Humidity Flashes 12 Position the Forecast Station 12 Specifications 12
Indoor 12
Outdoor 12
Humidity 12
Power Requirements 12
Battery Life 12
Dimensions 12 Warranty Information 13 FCC Statement 13
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Features
Atomic time and date (auto sets)
12/24 hour time with snooze alarm and alarm icon
Charge devices with USB charging port
Calendar display: month, day, date
Heat index and dew point
Forecast: sunny, partly sunny, cloudy, rainy and stormy
12 hour forecast based on changing barometric pressure
IN / OUT temperature (°F / °C)
IN / OUT humidity (%RH)
MIN / MAX records (24-hour readings)
Time zone selection: Atlantic Time (AST), Eastern Time (EST), Central Time (CST), Mountain Time
(MST), Pacific Time (PST), Alaskan Time (AKT) and Hawaiian Time (HAT)
Light up the forecast station with a press of a button using battery power OR continuous light using
the AC adapter with ON / OFF option
LCD light dimmer for nighttime use
Low battery icon for forecast station and sensor
Sits on desktop or tabletop
3 "AA" Alkaline batteries (not included) OR optional 5.0V AC adapter (included)
Power the Forecast Station
The forecast station can be powered by the 5-volt a/c adapter or batteries.
A/C Power Adapter
Insert enclosed 5-volt a/c power adapter into a wall outlet, then into the forecast station.
Batteries
1. Remove battery cover: Slide tab to the right and pull out to remove battery cover.
2. Install three fresh AA batteries according to the polarity markings.
Do Not Mix Old and New Batteries Do Not Mix Alkaline, Lithium, Standard, or Rechargeable Batteries
NOTE: If the forecast station does not display indoor temperature after 60 seconds, remove adapter and batteries, and wait for at least 60 seconds before repeating the setup process.
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Install Batteries in the TX142TH Transmitter
NOTE: This forecast station will come with one TX142TH transmitter OR one TX14TH transmitter.
Both transmitters work interchangeably.
1. Slide the battery cover down, then lift off the front of the TX142TH transmitter.
Note: Be careful not to break the tabs on the battery cover.
2. Confirm the channel selector switch is on channel 1.
3. Insert two new AA batteries into the transmitter.
Observe the correct polarity (see marking inside battery compartment).
4. Keep transmitter 5-10 ft. from the forecast station during setup.
5. After 15 minutes, if the outdoor temperature shows on the forecast station,
move the outdoor transmitter outside to a shaded location within range of the forecast station.
Install Batteries in the TX14TH Transmitter
1. Slide the battery cover down, then lift off the back of the TX14TH transmitter. Note: Be careful not to break the tabs on the battery cover.
2. Confirm the channel selector switch is on channel 1.
3. Insert two new AA batteries into the transmitter.
4. Observe the correct polarity (see marking inside battery compartment).
5. Keep transmitter 5-10 ft. from the forecast station during setup.
6. After 15 minutes, if the outdoor temperature shows on the forecast station, move the outdoor transmitter outside to a shaded location within range of the forecast station.
LCD Screen
The LCD screen is split into 5 sections displaying the information for time, calendar, weather forecast, indoor data, and outdoor data.
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