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|mjgatford||10:56pm on Wednesday, September 22nd, 2010|
|Performs as expected Works great. I assume the temperature is accurate, although I have never verified it.|
|Demin||5:45pm on Friday, April 23rd, 2010|
|GREAT BUY I just love this indoor/outdoor thermometer. I live along the Adirondack Parkway in NY and temperature change daily. GREAT PRODUCT!! I LOVE THE FACT THAT THEY HAVE A SCREW WITH A KIND OF A HANDLE WIRE THING THAT HOLDS THE THING THAT TELLS YOU THE TEMP OUTSIDE....|
|servobit||6:39pm on Sunday, March 28th, 2010|
|Out of the box, did not work I spent half hour (not counting opening the package it was packed it) trying to get the time set. No luck.|
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Weather Station with Remote Control Model: BAR289
BAR289 Cover R5
7/28/04, 12:12 PM
Contents.. 1 Introduction.. 1 Product Overview.. 2 Front View.. 2 Back View.. 2 LCD Display... 3 Remote Control (RE289) - Front View. 3 Remote Control (RE289) - Back View. 4 Remote Sensor (RTHR328N) - Front View. 4 Remote Sensor (RTHR328N) - Back View. 4 Remote Sensor (RTHR328N) - LCD Display. 4 Getting Started.. 5 Batteries... 5 Remote Sensor (RTHR328N).. 5 Sensor Set Up.. 5 Sensor Data Transmission. 6 Select Sensor Channel.. 6 Search for Sensor.. 6 Clock and Calendar.. 6 Radio-Controlled Clock.. 6 Turn Radio-Controlled Clock ON / OFF.. 6 Set Clock... 6 Switch Clock Display.. 7 Hourly Chime.. 7 Alarm... 7 View Alarm Settings.. 7 Set Alarm... 7 Activate Alarm... 7 Silence Alarm.. 7 Weather Forecast... 8 Weather Forecast Icons... 8 Temperature.. 8 Maximum / Minimum Records. 8 Select Measurement Unit.. 8 Backlight.. 8 Reset System... 8 Remote Control (RE289).. 8 Safety and Care... 9 Warnings.. 9 Troubleshooting.. 9 Specifications... 9 About Oregon Scientific.. 10 EC-Declaration of Conformity. 10
Thank you for selecting the Oregon ScientificTM Weather Station with Remote Control (BAR289). This powerful device bundles time keeping, weather forecast, indoor and outdoor temperature, with remote control facility, into a single tool you can use from the convenience of your home. In this box, you will find: Main unit (BAR289) Remote control (RE289) Remote sensor (RTHR328N) Main unit batteries, 4 x UM-3 (AA) 1.5V Remote control batteries, 2 x UM-4 (AAA) 1.5V Remote sensor batteries, 2 x UM-3 (AA) 1.5V
NOTE The THGR328N (5-Channel) and THR228N (3-Channel) remote sensors are also compatible with this weather station. If you purchase the THGR328N sensor, the humidity reading will not show on the BAR289. Additional sensors are sold separately. Please contact your local stockist for more information. Keep this manual handy as you use your new product. It contains practical step-by-step instructions, as well as technical specifications and warnings you should know.
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1. CHANNEL: Switch remote sensor display
2. MEMORY: View current, maximum and minimum temperature readings 3. MODE / LIGHT: Change settings / display; activate backlight
4. LCD display 5. Infrared window 6. ALARM: View alarm status; set alarm
7. UP / DOWN: Increase / decrease setting; activate / deactivate radio-controlled clock
1. Wall mount 2. Table stand 3. Battery compartment: Uses 4 x UM-3 (AA) 1.5V
4. RESET hole 5. C / F button 6. Ventilation holes
Outdoor Temperature Area
1. Outdoor temperature - C / F
2. Channel number (1-5) / reception status 3. Low battery icon for remote sensor 4. MAX / MIN temperature
1. Clock / Alarm / Calendar Area: Radio-controlled clock; alarm; calendar 2. Indoor Temperature Area: Maximum, minimum, and current readings 3. Weather Forecast Area: Animated weather forecast 4. Outdoor Temperature Area: Maximum, minimum, and current readings; sensor channel number
REMOTE CONTROL (RE289) - FRONT VIEW
Clock / Alarm / Calendar Area
1. Time Zone Hour Offset 2. Time / date / calendar 3. Channel number 1-5 4. RF clock reception 5. Backlight function is deactivated (under low battery condition) 6. Alarm setting display 7. Alarm is activated 8. Low battery icon for main unit 9. Hourly chime icon Indoor Temperature Area 1. Infrared signal transmitter 2. the main unit 3. CHANNEL: Switch remote sensor display 4. : View alarm status; set alarm 5. MEMORY: View current, maximum and minimum temperature readings 6. / : Increase / decrease setting; activate / deactivate radio-controlled clock : Activates snooze and backlight on
7. MODE: Change settings / display
1. Indoor temperature - C / F 2. Indoor icon 3. MAX / MIN temperature 3
REMOTE CONTROL (RE289) - BACK VIEW
REMOTE SENSOR (RTHR328N) - BACK VIEW
1. Wall mount 1. Battery compartment: Uses 2 x UM-4 (AAA) 1.5V REMOTE SENSOR (RTHR328N) - FRONT VIEW 2. CHANNEL switch (1-5) 3. RESET 4. C / F 5. SEARCH 6. EU / UK radio signal format switch 7. Battery compartment 8. Fold-out stand
REMOTE SENSOR (RTHR328N) - LCD DISPLAY
1. Reception 2. Channel number (1-5) 3. Low battery indicator 1. LCD display 2. LED status indicator 3. Ventilation duct 4. Time 5. Temperature - C or F 6. Temperature reading
BATTERIES Batteries are supplied with this product: Main unit Remote control Remote sensor 4 x UM-3 (AA) 1.5V 2 x UM-4 (AAA) 1.5V 2 x UM-3 (AA) 1.5V
SENSOR SET UP 1. Open the battery compartment with a small Phillips screwdriver and insert the batteries matching the polarity (+ and -) as shown below.
Insert batteries before first use, matching the polarity as shown in the battery compartment. For best results, install batteries in the remote sensor before the main unit. Press RESET after each battery change. To install the main unit batteries: 2. Set the channel by pressing the CHANNEL button to the required number. If you are using more than one sensor, select a different channel for each sensor. 3. Slide the EU / UK switch to the setting which best suits your location. 4. Press RESET. 5. Place the sensor near the main unit. 6. Press SEARCH to manually initiate signal sending between the sensor and the main unit. The reception icon on the main unit will blink for approximately 3 minutes while it is searching for the sensor. (Refer to the "Sensor Data Transmission" section for more information.) 7. Press the C / F button to select the setting you want. 8. Close the remote sensor battery compartment. 9. Secure the sensor in the desired location using the wall mount or table stand. To fold out the stand:
To install the remote control batteries:
NOTE Do not use rechargeable batteries. shows when batteries are low. UNIT Main Remote Sensor LOCATION Clock / Alarm / Calendar Area Outdoor Temperature Area For best results: Insert the batteries and select the unit, channel, and radio signal format before you mount the sensor. Place the sensor out of direct sunlight and moisture. Do not place the sensor more than 30 metres (100 feet) from the main (indoor) unit. Position the sensor so that it faces the main (indoor) unit, minimizing obstructions such as doors, walls, and furniture. Place the sensor in a location with a clear view to the sky, away from metallic or electronic objects. Position the sensor close to the main unit during cold winter months as below-freezing temperatures may affect battery performance and signal transmission. NOTE The transmission range may vary and is subject to the receiving range of the main unit. You may need to experiment with various locations to get the best results.
NOTE It is recommended that you use alkaline batteries with this product for longer performance.
REMOTE SENSOR (RTHR328N)
This product is shipped with the RTHR328N Remote Sensor. The main unit can collect data from up to 5 sensors. The THGR328N and THR228N sensors are also compatible with this weather station. (Additional sensors are sold separately. Contact your local stockist for more information.) The RTHR328N sensor collects temperature readings and signals from official time-keeping organizations for the radio-controlled clock.
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SENSOR DATA TRANSMISSION Data is sent from the sensor(s) every 60 Seconds. The reception icon shown in the Outdoor Temperature Area indicates the status. ICON DESCRIPTION Main unit is searching for sensors. At least 1 channel has been found. Sensor 1 is sending data. (The number shows which sensor is selected.) --- shows in Temp Area The selected sensor cannot be found. Search for the sensor or check batteries.
RF signal reception (
How these signals work together: ICON MEANING The unit has contact with the remote sensor and has synchronized the time. The unit has contact with the remote sensor but the time has not been synchronized. The unit has lost contact with the remote sensor but the time is synchronized. The unit has lost contact with the remote sensor and the time is not synchronized. The unit cannot reach the remote sensor.
SELECT SENSOR CHANNEL Press CHANNEL on the main unit, to switch between sensors 1-5.
NOTE To force a manual search for the RF clock reception, press and hold SEARCH on the sensor (RTHR328N). The house icon shows the selected remote sensor. TURN RADIO-CONTROLLED CLOCK ON / OFF To auto-scan between sensors, press and hold CHANNEL for 2 seconds. Each sensor's data will be displayed for 3 seconds. To end auto-scan, press CHANNEL or MEMORY. SEARCH FOR SENSOR To search for a Thermo sensor, simultaneously press and hold CHANNEL and MEMORY for 2 seconds. NOTE If the sensor is still not found, check the batteries. If you wish to manually set the clock, you must first disable the radio-controlled feature. To do this, make sure you are not in Setting Mode, then press and hold DOWN on the main unit for 2 seconds. To enable it, hold UP for 2 seconds. When the RF clock is enabled this icon appear on the display. When the RF clock is disabled this icon NOT appear on the display. will will
CLOCK AND CALENDAR
This product tracks the time and date based on radiocontrolled signals from the RTHR328N remote sensor, or manual settings that you enter. RADIO-CONTROLLED CLOCK The time and date are automatically updated by radiocontrolled clock signals from official time-keeping organizations in Frankfurt (Germany) and Rugby (England) unless you disable this feature. The signals are collected by the remote sensor (RTHR328N) whenever it is within 1500 km (932 miles) of a signal. Initial reception takes 2-10 minutes, and is initiated when you first set up the unit, and whenever you press RESET. Once complete, the reception icon will stop blinking. The reception icon indicates 2 factors: shown in the Clock Area
You only need to do this if you have disabled the radiocontrolled clock, or if you are too far from a RF signal. 1. Press and hold MODE / LIGHT for 2 seconds to enter Setting Mode.
2. The setting will blink to indicate it can now be changed. 3. Press UP or DOWN to change the setting. 4. Press MODE / LIGHT to confirm the setting and move to the next one. The order of the settings is: time zone hour offset (+ / -23 hours), 12 / 24 hour format, hour, minute, year, date / month format, month, date, display language and hourly chime (ON / OFF).
Connection between the main unit and the sensor that collects RF signals ( )
You can select 1 of the 5 following languages: SYMBOL LANGUAGE English German French Italian Spanish
Each display will be backlit for 5 seconds and will return to the main screen display after 10 seconds. HOURLY CHIME The hourly chime function when set to ON will beep once at the beginning of every hour, and the chime icon will show on the display.
SWITCH CLOCK DISPLAY Press MODE / LIGHT to toggle between the following clock displays: RF time with hour-offset time (HH:MM) This product is equipped with a 2-minute crescendo alarm. VIEW ALARM SETTINGS Press ALARM. The alarm time and status will show in the Clock Area. SET ALARM 1. Press ALARM to switch to alarm display.
Day of the week
2. Press and hold ALARM again, for 2 seconds. The alarm settings will blink. 3. Select the hour and minute. Press UP or DOWN to change settings. Press ALARM to confirm. The alarm will be activated automatically. ACTIVATE ALARM Press ALARM twice to start toggling between alarm ON and alarm OFF. shows in the Clock / Alarm Area when the alarm is activated. NOTE Press MODE, or wait 1 minute to return to clock display. SILENCE ALARM When the alarm time is reached, the crescendo alarm will sound for 2 minutes and the backlight will turn on for 5 seconds. To silence the alarm: Press on the remote control to silence it for 8 minutes.
RF time without offset
OR Time-zone hour-offset setting Press any key on the main unit or remote control except to mute the alarm and activate it again after 24 hours.
If no button is pressed, the alarm will automatically silence after 2 minutes.
This product forecasts the next 12 to 24 hours of weather within a 30-50 km (19-31 mile) radius. The forecast is based on barometric pressure trend readings. VIEW BAROMETER AREA
To turn on the backlight for 5 seconds: OR Press on the remote control. Press MODE / LIGHT on the main unit.
The LCD display shows an animated icon indicating the forecasted weather. WEATHER FORECAST ICONS ICON DESCRIPTION Clear Day / Night Partly cloudy Day / Night Cloudy
appears, the backlight function is NOTE When deactivated due to low-battery power. Replace with new batteries to operate this function again.
Insert a thin blunt instrument into the hole below RESET to return to the default settings. NOTE When you press RESET, all settings will return to default value, and you will lose all stored information.
REMOTE CONTROL (RE289)
The remote control interacts with the main unit using infrared technology. The buttons on the remote control complete the same functions as the buttons on the front of the main unit. Refer to the following list of functions and see the relevant section headings for further information: Manually view 1 of 5 sensor channel's data or view each channel for 3 seconds using auto-scan - see "Select Sensor Channel". Force a manual search for the RF clock reception see "Radio-Controlled Clock". Enable / disable the radio-controlled clock - see "Turn Radio-Controlled Clock On / Off". Manually set the clock, calendar and day of the week language - see "Set Clock". View the 5 different clock displays - see "Switch Clock Display". View the alarm settings, set the alarm, activate the alarm and silence the alarm - see all of "Alarm" section. View temperature records - see "Maximum / Minimum Records".
NOTE The night time icon displays from 6 PM to 6 AM.
This product can display maximum, minimum and current temperatures collected by the remote sensors and main (indoor) unit. MAXIMUM / MINIMUM RECORDS Press MEMORY to toggle between maximum (MAX), minimum (MIN) and current records. To clear the records, press and hold MEMORY for 2 seconds. A beep will sound to confirm that the memory has been cleared.
NOTE The sensor auto-search function cannot be operated by the remote control. NOTE The main unit must be no more than 4 metres (13 feet) from the remote control for a successful connection to take place. Point the remote control directly at the infrared window on the main unit for optimal performance. The remote control cannot perform when there is an obstacle between the 2 units.
SELECT MEASUREMENT UNIT Press the C / F button to choose the setting you want. The display can show indoor temperatures ranging from -5C to +50C (23F to +122F).
SAFETY AND CARE
Clean the product with a slightly damp cloth and alcoholfree, mild detergent. Avoid dropping the product or placing it in a high-traffic location.
Remote Control Dimensions LxWxH Weight 108 x 17 x 39 mm (4.25 x 0.67 x 1.54 inches) 34 grams (0.08 lbs) without battery
This product is designed to give you years of service if handled properly. Oregon Scientific will not be responsible for any deviations in the usage of the device from those specified in the user instructions or any unapproved alterations or repairs of the product. Observe the following guidelines: Never immerse the product in water. This can cause electrical shock and damage the product. Do not subject the main unit to extreme force, shock, or fluctuations in temperature or humidity. Do not tamper with the internal components. Do not mix new and old batteries or batteries of different types. Do not use rechargeable batteries with this product. Remove the batteries if storing this product for a long period of time. Do not scratch the LCD display.
Remote Sensor Dimensions LxWxH Weight 70 x 24.5 x 116 mm (2.76 x 0.96 x 4.57 inches) 108 grams (0.24 lbs) without battery
Temperature Unit Indoor Range Outdoor Range Resolution Memory Weather Forecast Display C or F -5C to 50C (23F to 122F) -20C to 60C (-4F to 140F) 0.1C (0.2F) Min / Max
Sunny (day / night), partly cloudy (day / night), cloudy, rainy, snowy
NOTE The technical specification of this product and contents of this user manual are subject to change without notice. Images not drawn to scale.
PROBLEM Calendar Clock SYMPTOM Strange date / month Cannot adjust clock Cannot autosynch REMEDY Change language ( 6) Disable radiocontrolled clock ( 1. Adjust batteries ( 5) 2. Press RESET ( 8) 3. Manually activate radio-controlled clock ( 6) Temp Remote sensor Shows "LLL" or "HHH" Cannot locate remote sensor Temperature is out-ofrange Check batteries ( 5) 6)
Remote Unit (RTHR328N) RF frequency 433 MHz Range Up to 30 metres (100 feet) with no obstructions Transmission Approx. every 1 minute Channel No. 1, 2, 3, 4 or 5 Unit C or F Radio-Controlled Clock Synchronization Clock display Hour format
Auto or disabled HH:MM 12hr AM / PM (MSF format) 24hr (DCF format) DD / MM or MM / DD; Day of the week in 1 of 5 languages (E, G, F, I, S) Daily with 2-minute crescendo 8-minute snooze (operated by remote control only)
Main Unit Dimensions LxWxH Weight 225 x 24 x 141 mm (8.86 x 0.94 x 5.55 inches) 542 grams (1.19 lbs) without battery
Power Main unit Batteries Remote Control Batteries Remote Sensor Batteries
4 x UM-3 (AA) 1.5V
2 x UM-4 (AAA) 1.5V
2 x UM-3 (AA) 1.5V
EC-DECLARATION OF CONFORMITY
This product contains the approved transmitter module that complies with the essential requirements of Article 3 of the R&TTE 1999 / 5 / EC Directive, if used as intended and the following standards have been applied: Safety of information technology equipment (Article 3.1.a of the R&TTE Directive) Applied Standard EN 60950: 2000 Electromagnetic compatibility (Article 3.1.b of the R&TTE Directive) Applied Standards ETSI EN 301 489-1-3 (Ver.1.4.1): 2002-08 Efficient use of radio frequency spectrum (Article 3.2 of the R&TTE Directive) Applied Standards ETSI EN 300 220-3 (Ver1.1.1): 2000-09 Additional information: The product herewith complies with the requirements of the Low Voltage Directive 73 / 23 / EC, the EMC Directive 89 / 336 / EC and carries the CE marking accordingly.
ABOUT OREGON SCIENTIFIC
Visit our website (www.oregonscientific.com) to learn more about Oregon Scientific products such as digital cameras; MP3 players; children's electronic learning products and games; projection clocks; health and fitness gear; weather stations; and digital and conference phones. The website also includes contact information for our customer care department in case you need to reach us, as well as frequently asked questions and customer downloads. We hope you will find all the information you need on our website, however if you'd like to contact the Oregon Scientific Customer Care department directly, please visit: www2.oregonscientific.com/service/support OR Call 949-608-2848 in the US. For international enquiries, please visit: www2.oregonscientific.com/about/international/ default.asp
Carmelo Cubito Agrate Brianza (MI) / Italy January 2004 Manufacturer's EU R&TTE Representative
COUNTRIES RTTE APPROVAL COMPLIED All EC countries, Switzerland CH and Norway N
2004 Oregon Scientific. All Rights Reserved.
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