La Crosse Technology 616-146 User Manual

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Model: 616-146
Instruction Manual
Time, Alarm
+ Calendar
Outdoor/Indoor
Temperature
TX141
Outdoor
Transmitter
Projection
Arm
Rotates 180º
Atomic Projection Alarm
with Indoor and Outdoor Temperature
This Atomic Projection Alarm with snooze alarm and backlit display projects time and outdoor temperature on your wall or ceiling in a variety of ways. It automatically sets the time and date based on your time zone, and even updates Daylight Saving Time for you. Monitor indoor and outdoor temperature, track temperature trends and charge your smartphone or other device with the USB charging port--all in one convenient device for your desktop or bedside table. It runs on AC power with battery backup, and has a wireless transmission range of over 200 ft. to the backyard temp. sensor.
Atomic Projection Alarm
NOTE: This projection alarm will come with one
TX141 transmitter OR one TX14 transmitter.
Both transmitters work interchangeably.
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INITIAL SETUP
Step 1: Insert the included 5-volt AC power adapter into projection alarm and then into wall outlet. Step 2: Insert 3 new “AAA” batteries (not included) into the projection alarm. Observe the correct polarity. Step 3: Insert 2 new “AA” batteries (not included) into the TX141 transmitter. Observe the correct polarity.
The red LED will flash with 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 projection alarm & transmitter for 15 minutes.
Return to Step 1 above.
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Table of Contents
Atomic Projection Alarm 1 Initial Setup 1 Restart 2 Table of Contents 2 Features 3 Power the Projection Alarm 3
A/C Adapter 3
Batteries 3 Install Batteries in the TX141 Transmitter 4 Install Batteries in the TX14 Transmitter 4 Functions Buttons 4 Program Menu 5 WWVB Reception On/Off 5 Time Zone 5 Daylight Saving Time Indicator 5 12/24 Hour Time Format 5 Set Time 6 Set Calendar 6 Fahrenheit/Celsius 6 Alarm Set 6 Deactivate Alarm 6 Snooze 7 Backlight and Projection Intensity 7 Projection 7
Battery Operation 7
A/C Power 7
Rotate Projection 7
Change Projection Mode 7 USB Charge Port 8 Temperature Trend Icons 8 Outdoor Temperature Flashes 8 WWVB Radio-controlled Time 8
WWVB Reception Icon 8
Manual Signal Search 9 Low Battery Icon 9 Position Outdoor Transmitter 9 Position Projection Alarm 10 Specifications 10 Care and Maintenance 11 Warranty 11 FCC Statement 11
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Features
Battery
Compartment
5-Volt a/c adapter
Projects time & outdoor temp. on wall or ceiling Projection rotates in 90 degree increments Projection options: (1) Default: toggle between time and temp.,
(2) time only, or (3) temperature only
Time zones: Atlantic Time (AST), Eastern Time (EST), Central Time (CST), Mountain Time (MST),
Pacific Time (PST), Alaskan Time (AKT) & Hawaiian Time (HAT)
Light up color display backlight and projection with a press of a button using battery power OR
continuous light with AC adapter (ON /OFF option) Backlight and projection settings: High, low and off Atomic time and date sets itself 12/24 hour time with minutes Snooze alarm and alarm icon Calendar: day, date IN / OUT temperature (°F / °C) with trend arrow Low battery icon for clock & sensor Sits on desktop or tabletop USB Charging port for convenient charging of mobile devices
5.0V AC adapter (included) for primary power and battery backup Battery life is over 24 months when using the AC adapter
Power the Projection Alarm
The Projection Alarm can be powered by the 5-volt A/C adapter or by 2 AAA batteries. A/C power adapter
Insert enclosed 5-volt A/C power adapter into a wall outlet, then into the Projection Alarm.
Optional Battery Operation
1. Remove battery cover: Slide tab to the right and pull out to remove battery cover.
2. Install two fresh AAA batteries according to the polarity markings. Do Not Mix Old and New Batteries Do Not Mix Alkaline, Lithium, Standard, or Rechargeable Batteries
If the Projection Alarm 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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Button
Press and Release Functions
Hold 2 seconds
SET/°C/°F
Move through program menu (setup) Select temperature in °C/°F
Enter program menu, set time, date, etc. (setup)
ALARM
Once: View Alarm Twice: Activate or Deactivate Alarm
Alarm set
+/TEMP
1 step forward (setup)
Search for Sensor Fast advance (setup)
-/TIME
1 step backward (setup)
Fast backward ( setup) WWVB Search
PROJECTION
Rotate Projection 90 degrees
Change what is projected: Time/Outdoor Temp alternating (default)
Once: Time only Twice: Outdoor Temp only Third time: Time/Outdoor Temp
alternating (default)
SNOOZE/LIGHT/HI/LOW/OFF (TOP)
ATOMIC SIGNAL SEARCH:
The LCD backlight, projection 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.
Install Batteries in the TX141 Transmitter
NOTE: This projection alarm will come with one TX141 transmitter OR one TX14 transmitter.
Both transmitters work interchangeably.
1. Slide the battery cover down, then lift off the front of the TX141 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 TX14 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.
Function Buttons
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