La Crosse Technology WS-8054U User Manual

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RADIO CONTROLLED
SET
ALARM
+
TIME
FCC ID: OMO-01RX (receiver),
R
OMOTX6U (transmitter)
THIS DEVICE COMPLIES WITH PAR T 15 OF THE FCC RULES. OPERATION IS SUBJECT TO THE FOLLOWING TWO CONDITIONS:
1. THIS DEVICE MAY NOT CAUSE HARMFUL INTERFERENCE, AND
2. THIS DEVICE MUST ACCEPT INTERFERENCE RECEIVED, INCLUDING INTERFERENCE THAT MAY CAUSE UNDESIRED OPERATION.
Model : WS-8054U
433 MHz
Radio Controlled Temperature Alarm
Instruction Manual
Contents
Language Page
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Topic Page
Inventory of Contents/ Additional Equipment 4 About WWVB 4 Quick Set-Up Guide 6
Detailed Set-Up Guide
Battery Installation 8
Program Mode
Function Buttons 14 Time Zone Setting 15 DST (Daylight Saving Time) Setting 16 Language Selection 17 Time Setting 18 Calendar Setting 20
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English 2 French 44 Spanish 88
12/24-Hour Setting 21 Selecting ˚F or ˚C 22
Features & Operations
Changing Display Mode (viewing seconds) The Alarm 24 Indoor temperature 27 Remote T emperature 27 E.L. backlight 28
Mounting 28 Maintenance & Care 31 Troubleshooting 32 Specifications 35 Warranty Information 36
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INVENTORY OF CONTENTS
1) WS-8054U
2) TX6U remote temperature transmitter
3) Instruction manual and warranty card.
ADDITIONAL EQUIPMENT (not included)
1) Two fresh 1.5V AA batteries.
2) Two fresh 1.5V AA batteries.
3) Three wall-hanging screws.
4) Appropriate screwdriver for screws.
ABOUT WWVB (Radio Controlled Time)
The NIST (National Institute of Standards and T echnology-Time and Frequency Division) WWVB r adio station is located in Ft. Collins, Colorado, and transmits
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the exact 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 Temperature Alarm. However, due to the nature of the Earth's Ionosphere, reception is very limited during daylight hours. The Temperature Alarm 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. A team of atomic physicists is continually measuring every second, of every day, to an accuracy of ten billionths of a second per day. These physicists have created an international standard, measuring a second as 9,192,631,770 vibrations of a Cesium-133 atom in a vacuum.
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QUICK SET-UP GUIDE
Hint
: Use good quality Alkaline Batteries and avoid
rechargeable batteries.
1. Have the temperature clock and remote temperature
sensor 3 to 5 apart.
2. Batteries should be out of both units for 10 minutes.
3. Place the batteries into the remote temperature
sensor first then into the temperature clock. (All remote temperature sensors must be started before the temperature clock)
4. DO NOT PRESS ANY BUTTONS FOR 10 MINUTES.
In this time the temperature clock and remote temperature sensor will start to talk to each other and
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NOTE
: Fog and mist will not harm your remote
temperature sensor but direct rain must be avoided. To complete the set up of your temperature clock after the 10 minutes have passed please follow the steps below.
DETAILED SET-UP GUIDE
I) BATTERY INSTALLATION
the temperature clock will show both the indoor temperature and an outdoor temperature. If the temperature clock does not display both temperatures after the 10 minutes please retry the set up as stated above. After both indoor and outdoor temperatures are displayed for 10 minutes you can place your remote temperature sensor outdoors and set your time.
The remote temperature sensor should be placed in a dry, shaded area. The remote temperature sensor has a range of 80 feet. Any walls that the signal will have to pass through will reduce distance. An outdoor wall or window will have 20 to 30 feet of resistance and an interior wall will have 10 to 20 feet of plus resistance should not exceed 80 ft. in a straight line.
2) Observing the correct polarity, install 2 AA batteries. The batteries will fit tightly (to avoid start-up problems make sure that they do not spring free during installation).
3) Replace the battery cover.
resistance. Your distance
Temp. T ransmitter
433 MHz
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Note
: To avoid start-up problems make sure that the
batteries do not spring free.
A) REMOTE TEMPERATURE SENSOR
1) Remove the battery cover.
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SIZE AA LR6
SIZE AA LR6
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B) TEMPERATURE ALARM
1) Remove the battery cover, located on the backside of the unit.
2) Observe the correct polarity and install 2 AA batteries.
3) Replace the battery cover.
SIZE AA
+
SIZE AA
+
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Note
: After the batteries have been installed a tone
will sound, and all the LCD's (Liquid Crystal Display) will briefly light up. The indoor temperature, the date as "1/ 1", the weekday as "MON", and the remote temperature will be displayed (within three minutes). Also, the time will appear as "-:--" for approximately 1 minute. TheWWVB search is automatically initiated, and a tower icon appears and flashes with the time colon (no tower icon will appear if the WWVB is too weak to be detected, and the time display will remain on "-:--"). While the WWVB search is being conducted various numbers will appear in the time display. After 10minutes, the temperature alarm will either display the WWVB time, or discontinue the search if the time is not found. If the search is cancelled "-:--" will appear in the time LCD.
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WWVB Time
Date
Weekday or seconds display
WWVB Radio reception
TIME
Alarm
ALARM
SNOOZE
Icon
Outdoor temperature
Indoor temperature or seconds display
The temperature alarm will conduct a WWVB search every hour until the first signal is found. Once the WWVB time is found, a search is automatically conducted nightly at midnight. If the signal is found at midnight, the tower icon will remain, if not, another search will take place every hour (until 6:00 am) until the signal is found successfully. If no signal is found during this period, the
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I) FUNCTION BUTTONS
There are 3 function buttons located on the front of the temperature alarm and one on the top. The function buttons are labeled:"SET", "+", "ALARM", and "SNOOZE" (the top bar).
RADIO CONTROLLED
SET
TIME
+
ALARM
OUTDOORINDOORDATE
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tower icon will not appear and the clock will search again at 12:00 am the next night.
PROGRAM MODE
To enter the program mode hold down the "SET" button for 2 seconds, until "-5EST" flashes in the date LCD. The program mode is laid out in a manner that allows you to program each function separately, or you can follow the instructions entirely to program the temperature alarm. Complete programming is usually done for the initial set-up, and will require you to skip step 1 of programming sections III through VIII. Press the "SNOOZE" button at any time to exit the program mode , or wait approximately 15
seconds for the temperature
alarm to automatically return to normal operation.
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II) TIME ZONE SETTING
1) Hold down the "SET" button for 2 seconds, the def ault setting "-5EST" will flash in the date LCD.
2) Press and release the "+" button to select the appropriate time zone. There are 13 time zones to choose from:
-4A TL Atlantic Time
-5EST Eastern Time (default setting)
-6CST Central Time
-7MST Mountain Time
-8PST Pacific Time
-9ALA Alaskan Time
-10HAW Hawaiian Time
-11, -12
Next tow time zones West of HAW
GMT Greenwich Mean Time
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