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A1. LCD Display A2. MODE: changes settings and displays A3. MIN/MAX: displays the current, low, and high temperatures, humidity, and UV readings A4. A5. A6. A7. A8. B1. B2. B3. B4. B5. B6. B7. HISTORY: displays the pressure and UV readings from the last 24 hours ALARM: activates and sets the alarm SNOOZE / LIGHT: engages the snooze alarm 8 minutes later and the backlighting. SELECT: changes fields CHANNEL: changes the displayed measurement channel C/F Control: changes temperature units. RESET (battery compartment): re-initializes the station. MB/ In HG: changes pressure unit. UP: increases setting, activates radio control DOWN: reduces setting, deactivates the radio control Battery housing Ventilation holes
Thank you for your confidence in purchasing the Geonaute WS900 weather station. This high qualitydevice gives you an indication of the weather conditions for the next 12 to 24 hours by measuring changes in atmospheric pressure. In addiEN tion, it offers a quick reading of indoor temperature, outdoor temperature, humidity level, barometric pressure measured by the wireless sensor, the hour, and the date. Thanks to the weather information supplied by this station, you can anticipate untimely changes in the weather. You can thus outfit yourself properly for your outdoor athletic activities. The station can also display information measured by an optional UV sensor (sold separately according to in-store availability) that indicates the intensity of the harmful sunshine. Carefully read this pamphlet before using the device and retain this information during the entire life of the product.
Geonaute guarantees the initial purchaser of this weather station that it is free from any defects of materials or manufacture for a period of two years from the date of purchase. Please keep your receipt as proof of purchase. This guarantee does not cover damage resulting from misuse, from a failure to observe the precautions for use, nor from accidents; neither does this guarantee cover damage resulting from improper maintenance or from use of the item for commercial purposes. This warranty does not cover damage resulting from repairs carried out by persons not authorized by Geonaute. The guarantees contained herein explicitly replace all other guarantees, including the implicit guarantee of merchantable goods and/or suitability for use. Geonaute cannot under any circumstances be held responsible for any damage, whether direct or indirect, general or specific, caused by or related to these directions for use or the products they describe. During the warranty period, the item will either be repaired free of charge by an authorized repair service or replaced free of charge (at the discretion of the distributor). The guarantee does not cover batteries or cracked or broken casings where signs of impact are evident.
C1. Weather forecasts through icons C2. Temperature and humidity display C3. UV index/barometer, graphic display of pressure reading or UV index over the last 24 hours C4. Clock, alarm, calendar D1. LCD display D2. LED status indicator E1. E2. E3. E4. E5. E6. F1. F2. F3. F4. F5. F6. F7. F8. Reception of signal from the station Channel number Low battery indicator Time Temperature unit (C or F) Temperature or humidity display Hole for attachment to wall Channel selector switch (CHANNEL) RESET button: re-initialization of sensor C/F switch for choosing temperature units SEARCH Radio signal format control US (DCF) for Europe and UK (MSF) for the English system Battery housing Table stand
NORMAL CONDITIONS OF USE
The weather station is designed to measure temperatures and humidity levels indoors (at the level of the sensor) and outdoors (at the level of the wireless sensor). It gives a local weather forecast, calculated with the aid of barometric measurements, for the coming 12 to 24 hours. It also graphically displays the barometric pressure and past readings. It gives the time in 2 time zones and features a daily alarm.
PRECAUTIONS FOR USE
Handle this device with care. Do not drop it or subject it to significant impact. Do not dismantle the device or the sensor. Doing so would void the Geonaute warranty and may
damage the device. This does not apply to changing the batteries, as described under the heading "Changing the Batteries". Please read instructions carefully before use and use the device under normal operating conditions. The receiver is not watertight. It is designed for indoor use. Place it on a flat, stable surface or fasten it to the wall in a well-ventilated, clean room, away from direct sunlight. The wireless sensor is resistant to splashing, but it should never be immersed in water or exposed to heavy rain. Avoid prolonged exposure to direct sunlight and wind. Do not expose the receiver or the sensor to extreme temperatures. In wintertime, cold temperatures reduce the power and lifetime of the sensor's batteries. This means that at cold temperatures (0C), the sensor may stop transmitting a signal even though it was transmitting at summer temperatures (20C). Move the sensor closer or use rechargeable Ni-MH batteries, which are less sensitive to the cold, and change the batteries more often. Like any device utilizing radio transmission, the receiver and the wireless sensor are sensitive to electromagnetic interference. Do not place them near electromagnetic sources (televisions, computers, cordless telephones, electrical equipment) that could impair their functioning.
This paragraph is crucial to ensuring proper use of the device. It is very important to follow the instructions step by step when using the station for the first time. Do not skip any steps or do them out of order. The order of the steps is important. In case of problems, you can always come back to this procedure to reset the whole system and get a fresh start.
Procedure for initializing and installing a temperature/humidity sensor
It is important to start the initializing or problem-solving procedure according to the precise configuration described below. The following checklist must be followed in the right order. Each item on the list is important. - You have 4 new LR6-AA batteries for the station. The batteries are not installed in the device. - You have 2 new LR6-AA batteries for the sensor. The batteries are not installed in the device. - 1 precision Phillips-head screwdriver for the screws on the sensor. - The WS900 station, with battery cover open. - ALL the temperature/humidity sensors (3 max), with battery covers open and table stands. - A fine point for pressing the sensor reset button All the elements are placed on the same table, away from any source of interference (television, portable phone, etc.) 1. Place the batteries into the first temperature/humidity sensor using the indicated orientation. 2. Choose a communication channel for the first sensor by flipping the CH switch on the rear of the sensor, inside the battery cover. Write it down in the following table: Channel E.g.: Sensor number T/H% 1 Description of sensor position attic
Important : Do not use rechargeable batteries. Instead, for longer service use alkaline batteries with this device. Note : For both the remote sensor and the main unit, change the batteries as soon as they are low. The stations low battery indicator ( ) is in the weather forecast window and is displayed as soon as the batteries are low. Low battery indicators: This station informs the user when the batteries for different features become depleted: The indicator located in the weather forecast field shows when the station batteries are depleted. The indicator located in the temperature/humidity field shows when the batteries of the remote sensor are depleted. The indicator located in the UV/barometer measurement field shows when the batteries for the optional UV sensor are depleted.
The "crossed-out trash can" symbol means that this product, as well as the batteries it contains, is made of recyclable materials. They should not be disposed of with municipal waste. When the batteries and electronic product are worn out, return them to a recycling or collection facility. This treatment of your electronic waste will protect the environment and your health.
3. Choose the format for the radio control signal for the time: EU (DCF) for Europe (24 hour mode) and UK (MSF) for the English system 4. Press the sensor RESET button 5. Then set the temperature unit: C (Centigrade degrees) or F (Fahrenheit degrees) using the appropriate switch. 6. Close the sensor battery cover using the 4 Phillips-head screws.
To search for information sent by a new UV sensor, press SELECT to enter the UV-barometer field (the symbol is displayed on the side of the field.) Then simultaneously press MIN/MAX and CHANNEL for 2 seconds to begin an active detection of remote UV sensors.
7. Position the sensor vertically on the work table using the built-in table stand. Optional: Installing other sensors. This weather station is compatible with the WS70 sensor sold separately. 8. Take a second sensor. Carefully repeat steps 1 through 5 in the same order and choose a free channel CHANNEL (Step 2). Fill in the information on the table in step 2 to identify each sensor and its channel number. The UV sensor is installed in the same way. NB: Some sensors have no radio control switch. In such cases, skip this step. The station then takes into account the time from the sensor supplied in this pack. 9. Insert the batteries into the station according to the indicated polarities. Close the cover and reinstall the base. Verify that the station is displaying something. If it is not, check the position of the batteries. 10. Press the station RESET button to reinitialize the measurements. 11. Select the temperature measurement field (C2) by pressing SELECT several times, so that the indicator appears in this field. 12. Display channel 1 in the outdoor temperature field by pressing repeatedly on the CHANNEL button. 13. Press simultaneously on MIN/MAX and CHANNEL to initiate transmission. The symbol above number 1 starts flashing. 14. Display channel 2 by pressing CHANNEL. Initialize transmission by pressing simultaneously on MIN/MAX and CHANNEL. Repeat the operation for each channel utilized by the sensors, according to the information entered into the table in step 2. 15. Setting the time: the station automatically sets the time when it establishes a connection with the atomic clock in Frankfurt (Germany). The icon at the lower left of the screen flashes while this connection is being established. When the connections is established, the icon is displayed permanently with a symbol that indicates the reception quality of the time signal. If the time has not set itself after a couple of minutes (2 to 10 minutes), or if the indicated time does not correspond to your time zone, perform a manual setting in accordance with the procedure explained in the appropriate chapter in the manual. To enter the set mode, deactivate the radio control for the time by pressing the DOWN (B5) button for 2 seconds, until the icons disappear. Then press the MODE button for 3 seconds. Use the arrows located on the back of the device to change the parameters. 16. Setting climate conditions: it is not necessary to set the climate conditions display. This starts with and graduallycomes up to speed after 24 hours. After 24 hours if there is still a significant difference between real local weather and the display on the station, you can initialize the station by using a fine point to press the station RESET button. It is then necessary to repeat steps 9 through 12.
18. Scroll through the various outdoor temperature channels by pressing on the CHANNEL button, and verify that the temperature measured by each of the sensors is displayed on the screen. If it is not, press simultaneously on MIN/MAX and CHANNEL to initialize data transmission. If there still is no temperature displayed, start over by first bringing the unrecognized sensor closer to the station.
Mounting the main unit This unit can be mounted on a flat surface using the table stand.
Mounting the remote sensor The remote sensor is fitted with a wall mount. It can also be placed on a horizontal surface with the folding table stand.
The sensor and the station must be placed in an upright position for the signal to be transmitted properly!
17. Place the station and the sensors in their permanent locations. Make sure to position the sensors upright, and not to exceed the distances recommended in the instructions, depending on whether or not there are obstacles between the sensor and the station.
The maximum transmission distances for the signal vary according to the surrounding materials and electromagnetic interference. The table below describes typical distances in different situations:
This device has 4 display fields for easy reading. Each line has a precise function: Weather forecasts, Temperature and humidity Measuring barometric pressure and UV (after installation of optional sensor) Time, alarm, calendar.
Outdoors, no obstacles
30 - 60 m
Small obstacles (window, plywood door, wooden table, couch) Electric devices (stereo system, TV, computer, washing machine, microwave)
20 - 30 m
10 - 15 m
Radio devices, satellite antenna, cell phone
0 - 15 m with risk of random disconnections
5 -10 m
Reinforced concrete wall, several walls
5 m or no transmission
You can select active display by pressing the SELECT key. A triangular symbol is then displayed to the left of the active field. Most fields have options for alternative displays (time/alarm or barometer/UV). Press MODE in the active field to change options or ALARM to change from clock to alarm.
Explanation of each display Displaying weather forecasts
1. Icon for weak batteries in main device 2. Weather display
The weather forecasts do not necessarily reflect the current situation. Rather, they indicate the situa" icon means clear weather. tion for the next 12 to 24 hours. They are forecast. At night, the "
The weather station can receive and display information gathered by a maximum of 5 remote sensors. Present, low, and high temperatures and relative humidity. Comfort level indicator and trend curve (rising, falling, or stable).
Data are measured, transmitted, and displayed approximately every 60 seconds.
1. icon for the selected field 2. temperature trend 3. number of channel displayed 4. low battery indicator for remote sensor 5. humidity trend 6. temperature indicator MIN and MAX 7. temperature unit C, F 8. heat index indicator 9. humidity indicator MIN and MAX 10. hygrometer 11. comfort levels
Selecting unit of measurement: turn theC/F switch to the chosen position. Selecting the remote sensor from which you wish to display information: press CHANNEL
to alternately display information from the different sensors recognized by the station. The indicates the number of the selected sensor.
For alternate display of all connected sensors, hold down CHANNEL for 2 seconds. The data for
NB : The night icon is displayed during the night, arbitrarily between 6:00 PM and 6:00 AM. NB : If the temperature measured on the remote sensor for channel 1 is lower than 2C (35.6 F), the icon changes to icon . LOW/HIGH RECORDINGS Press MIN/MAXseveral times to display the current low/high recordings for the selected sensor. To erase regordings, press MIN/MAX for 2 seconds. An audible signal wil sound to confirm that the memory has been erased.
each sensor are displayed for 3 seconds.To terminate the automatic scanning, press CHANNEL once again, or press MIN/MAX.
This device is capable of detecting changes in local atmospheric pressure. Based on the gathered data, this device can forecast local weather for the next 12 to 24 hours. The accuracy of the weather predictions is 70 to 75%.
TEMPERATURE AND HUMIDITY TREND The trend curves are indicated beside the readings for temperature and current humidity level.
Trend Increase Constant Decrease
Press SNOOZE-LIGHT to activate the backlighting for 8 seconds.
The comfort level indicates if the environment is pleasant, based on readings for temperature and current humidity level. Level Humid (WET) Comfortable (COM) Dry (DRY) Temperature All 20-25C All Humidity >70% 40-70% <40%
Re-initializing the functions of the device is accomplished using the RESET button. The RESET button is located on the back of the device. Press RESET when you change batteries, or any time the device does not function properly (for example, it doesnt establish a radio frequency connection with the sensor or the radio controlled clock). When you press RESET, all the settings return to their default value, and you lose all recorded information.
This device records fluctuations in atmospheric pressure in order to provide weather forecasts. The measurements of atmospheric pressure for the present and for the preceding 24 hours are recorded by the main device (indoors).
This information is indicated in the humidity field when the current reading is displayed.
The heat index communicates 4 warning levels at high temperatures. Category Danger Extreme Danger Danger Extreme caution Caution Temperature C >54.5 40.5-54.4 32.2-40.5 26.6-32.2 F >130 105-130 90-105 80-90
To display the heat index: 1. Press SELECT to enter the temperature field. is displayed next to the field. 2. Press MODE to display the heat index. 3. Press CHANNEL to select the desired channel. If the temperature is below 26C / 80F, or the desired channel is not activated, the heat index displays NA
1. Display of barometric pressure 2. UV display 3. Low battery icon for the UV sensor 4. UV value display 5. Start of countdown for UV exposure time. 6. UV level index 7. Users exposure time to UV 8. Atmospheric pressure/UV diagram 9. SPF applied to user for exposure to UV 10. Users skin type for exposure to UV 11. User number (for UV Mode) or hourly record for UV and atmospheric pressure readings 12. Altitude/atmospheric pressure/ UVI reading
Barometer display field
UV indication (optional)
This weather station is compatible with a WS90.UV sensor (sold separately; not included in the pack). This sensor provides the following information: Record of the ultra-violet index for 10 hours. Automatic calculation of acceptable exposure time to UV based on preset user profiles (maximum of 4 users). UVI Danger Alert when the UV index reaches dangerous levels. The UV data are indicated in the same field as the barometer. Press SELECT to enter the barometer field; the appears in the barometer field. Then press MODE to display the UV icon and the data.
Press SELECT to enter the barometer field. The indicator triangle is displayed in the relevant field. If necessary, press MODE to change from display of UV indices to barometric pressure display. The
icon is displayed.
The UV sensor must be recognized (see paragraph on installation of additional sensors) for the functions relative to UV measurements to be usable. The barometric data are indicated in 2 fields in the middle of the display. The upper field displays a bar graph for 24 hours. The lower field indicates past or present readings.
Countdown for exposure time to UV
To set the countdown for exposure time, you must input the Sun Protection Factor (SPF) and skin type as follows: 1. Press SELECT to enter the barometer field, and then press MODE to select the UV display.
Selecting unit of measurement
Press the C/F button mb/inHg to change the display units.
In the barometer field, press HISTORY several times to scroll through the measurements. The number indicated in the HR box specifies when the measurement was made (e.g., : 2 hours before, 3 hours before, etc.).
Bar graph display
The bar graph visually indicates the atmospheric changes between the present time (0) and the preceding 24 hours (-24).
Set the altitude where you live relative to sea level. This allows for pecise atmospheric pressure readings. 1. Enter the barometer field. 2. Press HISTORY for 2 seconds. 3. Press UP or DOWN to set the altitude in 10 meter increments (- 100 m to 2500m). 4. Press HISTORY to confirm.
2. Press CHANNEL to select a user from 1 to 4. 3. Press MODE for 2 seconds to enter set mode and input skin type for the selected user. 4. Press UP or DOWN to choose among 4 settings for skin type. Then press MODE to confirm and enter the set mode for SPF. 5. Press UP or DOWN to increase or decrease the SPF value. Then press MODE to confirm and enter the set mode for countdown for UV exposure time. 6. Press UP or DOWN to start or stop the countdown. Press MODE to exit display mode for users remaining time and begin the countdown for exposure time. The users remaining time for exposure to UV is displayed and the icon flashes. 7. When the countdown reaches "0", an alarm sounds for 2 minutes. Press any key to turn off the alarm. The icon flashes for 2 minutes even if the alarm has been turned off.
Maximum/minimum memory for UVI (UV Index)
To display maximum and minimum memory for UVI: 1. Press SELECT to enter the barometer field. 2. Press MODE to select UV display. 3. Press MIN/MAX to show current, maximum, and minimum UV readings. 4. Press MIN/MAX for 2 seconds to erase the UVI memory.
To start a manual search for reception from the RF clock: press SEARCH on the sensor for 2 seconds. If the sensor still is not located, check the batteries.
Activating/deactivating the radio control
IF you wish to set the clock manually, you must first deactivate the radio control command. To do so, enter the Clock/Alarm field Then press DOWN on the main device for 2 seconds. To activate it, enter the Clock/Alarm field, and then press UP for 2 seconds.
Clock and calendar
This device indicates the time and date according to radio control signals or manual settings that you input.
Radio control activated:
Radio control deactivated:
The time and date are automatically updated by the radio-controlled clock by official organizations for tracking time in Frankfurt (Germany) and Rugby (England), unless this function is deactivated. The signals are received by the sensor (RTGR328N) within a radius of 1500 km (932 miles) of a signal.
Setting the clock
Necessary if the radio control is deactivated or you are too far from the RF signal. Press SELECT to enter the Clock field. is displayed next to the field. Press MODE for 2 seconds. Select a time zone (+ / - 23 heures), 12 / 24 hour format, hour, minute, year, date / monthly format, month, date, day and display language. Press UP or DOWN to change the setting. Press MODE to confirm. The language choices are (E) English, (F) French, (D) German, (I) Italian, and (S) Spanish. The language selected determines how the week is displayed.
If the station is not less than 1,000 km from from one of the two specified antennas (specifically in the USA and all the countries of North and South America, in China and all the Asian countries) or if environmental conditions prevent proper reception of the signal, set the clock and the calendar manually as explained in the following procedure. Initial reception is established in 2 to 10 minutes, and is initiated when you turn on the device and every time you press RESET. Once reception is established, the reception icon stops flashing. The icon displayed in the clock field indicates 2 factors: Connection between the main device and the sensor that gathers the RF signals ( ) Reception of the RF signal ( ) Association of the 2 icons:
Icon Direction The device is in contact with the sensor and has synchronized the time. The device is in contact with the sensor, but the time has not been synchronized. The device has lost contact with the sensor, but the time is synchronized. The device has lost contact with the sensor and the time is not synchronized. The device cannot reach the sensor.
Clock control display
field. displayed to the field. Press: SELECT to enter the Clock(E) English,is(F) French, next German, (I) Italian, and (S) Spanish. NOTE The language choices are (D) The language selected determines how the week is displayed. the MODE Pressand secondsbutton to alternate between: Hour and day Hour and time zone Hour Calendar
This device has two alarms: the daily alarm and a pre-alarm for snowy weather. The daily alarm can be set to go off every day at the same time. The pre-alarm sounds only when the daily alarm is turned on and the recorded temperature from the channel 1 sensor falls to 2C (35.6 F) or lower.
Setting the daily alarm
1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. Press SELECT to enter the clock field. is displayed beside the field. Press ALARM to see the alarm. (AL is displayed above). Press ALARM for 2 seconds. Select the hour and the minutes.Press UP or DOWN to change the settings. Press ALARM to confirm. The icon for the daily alarm is displayed when the alarm is set.
Power supply Main device 4 x LR6 (AA) 1.5V batteries Temperaturehumidity device 2 x LR6 (AA) 1.5V batteries For longer performance it is advisable to use alkaline batteries with this device.
SPECIFICATIONS TROUBLESHOOTING TABLE
Temperature Unit: C or F Indoor measurement range: -5 C to 50 C (23 F to 122 F) Outdoor measurement range: -20 C to 60 C (-4 F to 140 F) Display resolution: 0.1 C (0.2 F) Comfort: 20 C to 25 C (68 F to 77 F) Min / Max Memory Relative Humidity Measurement range: 25% to 95% Display resolution: 1% Comfort: 40% to 70% MIN / MAX Memory Barometer Unit mb / hPa or inHg Display resolution: 1 mb (0.03 inHg) Altitude: -100 to 2500 meters (-328 to 7750 feet) Display: Sunny (day/night), partially cloudy (day/night), cloudy, rainy, snowy Temperature/humidity sensor RF frequency: 433 MHz Distance up to 70 meters (230 feet) with no obstruction Transmission Approx. every minute Channel No. 1, 2, 3, 4 or 5 Unit C or F Radio controlled clock Synchronization Auto or deactivated HH/MM/SS time display Time format 12 hour AM/PM (MSF format) 24 hour (DCF format) Calendar DD / MM or MM / DD; Day of the week in 5 languages (E, G, F, I, S) Daily Alarm Pre-alarm: Crescendo for 2 minutes Snooze alarm for 8 minutes
This troubleshooting table will guide you in resolving minor incidents. Use it to analyze any problems you may encounter. Carry out the problem-solving procedures in numerical order
Incident 1 You want to set a parameter and cant do it. Resolution 1. Make sure the correct field is indicated by the triangle symbol. If not, press SELECT to navigate between information fields. 2. Then activate the desired display (for example between barometer and UV) by pressing the MODE key severay times until the correct icon appears.
2 You cant read the temperature measured by the sensor on the station. ---.- is displayed in the outdoor temperature field"
1. Connection lost: the signal sent by the sensor is not being received by the station. - force the connection to reset by pressing simultaneously on MIN/MAX and CHANNEL. The symbol above the channel number flashes while the connection is being made. 2. The channel displayed is not the right one: Check the parameters of the sensor (position of the CHANNEL switch inside the sensor battery cover); verify that the number of the channel displayed on the station matches the number of the switch on the sensor. If this is not the case, press on the CHANNEL button of the station to scroll through the channels until you find the right number. 3. The sensor has fallen or is lying down. The sensor's antenna will work properly only if the sensor is in an upright position. Use the stand provided to ensure that the sensor is in the best position. 4. The sensor and the station are too far apart, or transmission is hindered by objects generating interference (concrete walls, antennas etc.) Bring the sensor closer or eliminate the interference, then reset transmission (MIN/MAX + CHANNEL). 5. The sensor's batteries are low, so the sensor does not have enough power for data transmission. Change the sensor's batteries, then reset transmission (MEM+CHANNEL). 1. The MIN/MAX mode has been displayed by mistake. -> Press repeatedly on MIN/MAX to display the current temperature. 2 The sensor is exposed to a local microclimate: a source of heat (e.g. heating pipe, chimney etc.) or cold (draft) is affecting the temperature measurement very locally. Move the sensor away from this source of temperature interference. 3. Set the display units according to the procedure indicated in the appropriate chapter (C/F).
3 The temperature is displayed, but is very different from the anticipated value.
4 The weather conditions displayed dont correspond to reality.
1.The calculation algorithm has not had enough time to calculate the forecasts. Wait at least 24 hours to obtain a reliable forecast. 2- You have changed the altitude of the station. Wait 24 hours. If the forecasts are still not reliable then, press RESET and wait another 24 hours. 3. For all other cases: Press RESET and wait 24 hours.
5 The time indicated is different from the actual time
1. The time displayed is the time of the second time zone; verify that the "ZONE" icon is not displayed. As needed, press several times on MODE to display local time. 2. The alarm is displayed; 3. Press the ALARM button several times to redisplay the hour. 4. You are not in the same time zone as Frankfurt - program the time difference with Frankfurt, then display the hour of the time zone as the local time; see the relevant section for programming instructions. 5. You are not within range of the antenna in Frankfurt (around 1,000 km). The antenna icon, in the bottom left-hand corner of the screen, is not displayed.Set the time manually as indicated in the relevant section.
6 You cannot set the time.
1. Deactivate the radio control by selecting the time/date field by pressing SELECT several times and then pressing DOWN for 2 seconds (to reactivate this function press UP for 2 seconds.)
Important !!! :
For any problems other than those described above, or for any problems you cannot resolve alone, place the station and the sensors on a table and carry out the initializing procedure STEP by STEP as described in the initialization procedure. The order in which the steps are carried out is very important.
The RESET button located on the back of the station (inside the battery compartment) is to be used in case the device does not function satisfactorily or malfunctions. Use a stylus to hold the button down. All the settings return to their initial default values. You must again perform the manual settings and customize the display.
As we strive to continually improve the products we develop, we are interested in your feedback regarding the quality, the functionality, and the usage of our products. In France, please call the customer service center at: (local call) For any other country, please leave a message under the relevant heading on our website: www.decathlon.com We promise to answer you promptly.
Here are a few tips for maintaining the weather station: 1. Never immerse this device. If the unit comes into contact with water, dry it immediately with a soft, lint-free cloth. 2. Never use an abrasive or corrosive cleaner on this device. Abrasive cleaners may scratch the plastic parts and corrode the electronic circuit. 3. Do not expose this unit to excessive pressure, shocks, dust, extreme temperatures or dampness. Such treatment would cause malfunctioning, reduce the lifetime of the electronic circuit, damage the batteries, and deform the product. 4. Do not dismantle the device and do not touch the internal components. Doing so would void the warranty and could damage components that cannot be repaired by the user. 5. Only use brand new batteries. Do not mix brand new batteries with old batteries, since the old ones could leak.
May be used in EU countries. Complies with European directive 99/5/EC
This device complies with section 15 of the FCC regulation. Operation of this device is subject to the following two conditions: 1 There is no risk of this device producing harmful interference. 2 - This device must accept any interference received, including interference which may cause malfunctioning. This equipment has been tested and judged to be in compliance with the limits of class B digital devices, pursuant to section 15 of the FCC regulation. These limits aim to ensure a reasonable level of protection from harmful interference within the framework of a residential setting. This equipment generates, utilizes, and emits radio frequency energy, and if it is not installed according to instructions, it may cause harmful interference with radio communications. However, it is in no way guaranteed that no interference will be produced in specific settings. Should this equipment cause interference harmful to radio or television reception, which may be determined by turning the device on and off, the user is advised to remedy such interference by implementing one or several of the following measures: - Reorient or move the reception antenna. - Increase the distance between the device and the receiver. - Plug the equipment into a power outlet in a different circuit from the one in which the receiver is plugged. - Ask the vendor or an experienced radio/television technician for advice. Important:: Any changes or modifications not explicitly approved by Dcathlon may void the authorization granted to the user to utilize the equipment.
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