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Contents.. 1 Introduction... 2 Product Overview.. 2 Front View.. 2 Back View... 2 LCD Display.. 3 Remote Sensor (THN122N).. 3 Getting Started... 4 Batteries... 4 Change Settings... 4 Table Stand or Wall Mount.. 4 Remote Sensor (THN122N).. 5 Setup Sensor... 5 Data Transmission.. 5 Search for Sensor... 5 Clock... 6 Turn Clock ON / OFF... 6 Set Clock / Calendar.. 6 Switch Clock Display... 6 Alarms... 6 View Alarm Settings.. 6 Set Alarm... 6 Activate Alarm.. 6 Silence Alarm... 6 Weather Forecast.. 7 Temperature.. 7 Select Temperature Unit... 7 Select Channel Number... 7 Minimum / Maximum Records.. 7 Moon Phase... 7 Reset System... 7 Safety and Care.. 7 Warnings... 8 Troubleshooting.. 8 Specifications... 8 Main Unit Dimensions.. 8 Remote Sensor Dimensions.. 8 Temperature... 8 Weather Forecast... 8 Remote Sensor (THN122N).. 8 Clock... 9 Power... 9 About Oregon Scientific... 9 Declaration of Conformity.. 9
Thank you for selecting the Oregon ScientificTM Wireless Weather Station (BAR626/BAR626U). This device bundles precise time keeping, weather forecast, and indoor and outdoor temperature monitoring features into a single tool you can use from the convenience of your home. In this box, you will find: Main unit Remote sensor (THN122N) Main unit batteries, 3 x UM-3 (AA) 1.5V Remote sensor batteries, 2 x UM-4 (AAA) 1.5V 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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SNOOZE button Wall mount hole Battery compartment (cover on) Table stand Battery compartment (cover off) C / F switch MEM: View current, maximum, and minimum temperature readings 8. RESET hole
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Weather Forecast Area Outdoor and Indoor Temperature Area Clock / Alarm / Calendar Area Moon Phase and : Increase or decrease setting / activate or deactivate RF Clock MODE: Change display / settings : View alarm status; set alarm CHANNEL: Switch remote sensor ALARM: Press to activate or deactivate alarm
REMOTE SENSOR (THN122N)
1. Weather display 2. Outdoor temperature 3. Channel icon with sensor signal 4. Low battery icon for sensor 5. Radio Frequency (RF) reception icon 6. Alarm activated 7. Alarm setting 8. Calendar 9. Indoor icon 10. Indoor temperature 11. Low battery icon for main unit 12. Time 13. Day of the week / seconds 14. Moon phase
LED status indicator
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Wall mount hole RESET hole CHANNEL number (1-3) Battery compartment (Battery compartment cover not shown)
BATTERIES Batteries are supplied with this product: Main unit Remote unit 3 x UM-3 (AA) 1.5V batteries 2 x UM-4 (AAA) 1.5V batteries
CHANGE SETTINGS To change, time, calendar and language settings: 1. Press and hold MODE for 2 seconds to enter setting mode. 2. Press or to change settings. (To reach the setting you want quickly, press and hold or.) 3. Press MODE to confirm.
Insert batteries before first use, matching the polarity (+ and -) 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. NOTE Do not use rechargeable batteries. shows when batteries are low.
TABLE STAND OR WALL MOUNT Use the stand on the back of the main unit / remote sensor, or mount it on a wall with a nail. Attaching the stand:
NOTE It is recommended that you use alkaline batteries with this product for longer performance.
Installing the batteries:
Using the wall mount:
UNIT Main Remote
LOCATION Indoor Temperature Area Outdoor Temperature Area
Using the remote sensor stand or wall mount:
This product is shipped with a THN122N Thermometer Sensor that collects Temperature data. Data can be collected from up to 3 sensors. Additional sensors sold separately.
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. You may need to experiment with various locations to get the best results.
SETUP SENSOR DATA TRANSMISSION 1. Open the remote sensor battery compartment with a small Phillips screwdriver. 2. Insert the batteries, matching the polarity (+ and -) as shown in the battery compartment. SWITCH Channel OPTION Channel 1-3. If you are using more than one sensor, select a different channel for each sensor. Data is sent from the sensor(s) every 40 seconds. The reception icon shown in the Temperature Area shows the status.
DESCRIPTION Main unit is searching for sensors. At least 1 Channel has been found. Channel 1 is selected (number will change depending on the sensor you select).
3. Set the channel. The switch is located in the battery compartment. 4. Place the sensor near the main unit. Press RESET on the sensor. Then, press and hold MEM and CHANNEL on the main unit to 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.) 5. Close the remote sensor battery compartment. 6. Secure the sensor in the desired location using the wall mount or table stand. Installing the batteries:
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The selected sensor cannot be found. Search for the sensor or check batteries.
SEARCH FOR SENSOR To search for a sensor, press and hold MEM and CHANNEL (on the main unit) for 2 seconds. NOTE If the sensor is still not found, check the batteries, obstructions, and remote unit location. NOTE Signals from household devices such as doorbells, electronic garage doors, and home security systems may cause temporary reception failure. This is normal and does not affect general product performance. The reception will resume once the interference ends.
For best results: Insert the batteries and select the channel before you mount the sensor. Place the sensor out of direct sunlight and moisture. Do not place the sensor more than 30 metres (98 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.
The clock automatically synchronizes the current time and date when it is brought within range of the radio signal DCF77 generated from Frankfurt, Germany for Central Europe (model BAR626) or MSF60 generated from Rugby, England (model BAR626U). NOTE The signals are collected by the main unit when it is within 1500 km (932 miles) of a signal. Initial reception takes 2-10 minutes, and is initiated when you first setup the unit, and whenever you press RESET. Once complete, the reception icon will stop blinking. The icon is shown in the Clock Area. Strong signal Weak signal No signal
SWITCH CLOCK DISPLAY Press MODE to toggle between Clock with Seconds and Clock with Weekday display.
This product is equipped with a 2-minute crescendo alarm.
VIEW ALARM SETTINGS Press. The alarm time and alarm status will show in the Clock Area.
SET ALARM To force a manual search for clock signals, press and hold for 2 seconds. If no signal is found, check the batteries. 1. Press to switch to alarm display. 2. Press and hold again for 2 seconds. The alarm settings will blink. 3. Select the hour and minute. Press or to change settings. Press to confirm.
TURN CLOCK ON / OFF Perform this step if you cannot receive clock signals. Press and hold for 2 seconds. Then, manually set the clock following the "Set Clock" instructions (below). ACTIVATE ALARM Press to activate or deactivate the alarm. shows in the Clock / Alarm Area when the alarm is activated.
The signal icon indicates that the clock feature is ON. No icon means that it is OFF.
SILENCE ALARM When the alarm time is reached, the crescendo alarm will sound for 2 minutes. To silence the alarm: Press SNOOZE to silence it for 8 minutes. OR Press any key except SNOOZE to mute the alarm and activate it again after 24 hours. If no button is pressed, the alarm will automatically silence after 2 minutes. It will then sound again after 8 minutes.
SET CLOCK / CALENDAR You only need to do this if you have disabled the clock feature (for example, if you are too far from or cannot receive a signal). 1. Press and hold MODE for 2 seconds. The Clock Area will blink. 2. Select the hour, minute, year, month, day, and day of the week language. Press or to change the setting. 3. Press MODE to confirm. The language options are (E) English, (F) French, (D) German, (I) Italian, and (S) Spanish.
This product forecasts the next 12 to 24 hours of weather within a 30-50 km (19-31 mile) radius with 70 to 75 percent accuracy. The weather forecast is always displayed. SUNNY PARTLY CLOUDY CLOUDY RAINY
MINIMUM / MAXIMUM RECORDS The MEM button is located in the main unit battery compartment. Press MEM to toggle between current, maximum (MAX) and minimum (MIN) records. To clear the records, press and hold MEM for 2 seconds. A beep will sound to confirm that the memory has been cleared.
The Calendar must be set for this feature to work, see "Set Clock" section. Press or to view the moon phase for the next or previous day. Press and hold or to scan quickly through the years (2001 to 2099).
New Moon Waxing Cresent First Quarter Waxing Gibbous
This product can display current, minimum, and maximum temperature information collected by the remote sensors and main (indoor) unit. Outdoor data is collected and displayed every 40 seconds. Indoor data is collected and displayed every 10 seconds.
SELECT TEMPERATURE UNIT Slide the C / F switch into the desired location. The switch is located in the main unit battery compartment. The setting for the main unit overrides the remote sensor setting.
Full Moon Waning Gibbous Last Quarter Waning Cresent
SELECT CHANNEL NUMBER Press CHANNEL to switch between sensors 1-3. The icon shows the selected sensor.
Kineticave icon Designated Display Indoor Display Remote Display Channel 1 Remote Remote Display Display Channel 2 Channel 3
The RESET button is located in the main unit battery compartment. Press RESET when you change the batteries and whenever performance is not behaving as expected (for example, unable to establish radio frequency link with remote sensor or clock).
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 MEM. NOTE For more information on the sensor see "Remote Sensor THN122N" Section.
SAFETY AND CARE
Clean the product with a slightly damp cloth and alcohol-free, mild detergent. Avoid dropping the product or placing it in a high-traffic location.
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. NOTE The technical specification of this product and contents of this user guide are subject to change without notice. Images not drawn to scale.
MAIN UNIT DIMENSIONS LxWxH 116 x 55 x 127 mm (4.6 x 2.2 x 5 inches) 170 g (5.9 ounces without battery
REMOTE SENSOR DIMENSIONS LxWxH 92 x 60 x 20 mm (3.6 x 2.4 x.79 inches) 63 grams (2.22 ounces) without battery
TEMPERATURE Unit Indoor range C / F -5C to 50C (23F to 122F) -20C to 60C (-4F to 140F) 0.1C (0.2F)
PROBLEM SYMPTOM Calendar Strange date / month Cannot adjust clock Cannot autosynchronize the date and time REMEDY
Resolution Change language (->X) Disable clock (->X) WEATHER FORECAST Display 1. Adjust batteries (->X) 2. Press RESET (->X) 3. Manually activate clock feature (->X) Temperature is out-of-range Check batteries (->X) Check location (->X) Check sensors. Only one sensor is working (->X) Initiate a manual sensor search (->X) Transmission Channel No.
Rainy, cloudy, partly cloudy, sunny
REMOTE SENSOR (THN122N) RF frequency Range 433 MHz 30 metres (98 feet) with no obstructions Every 40 seconds 1-3
Shows "LLL" or " HHH" Cannot locate remote sensor Cannot change channel
Data does not match main unit
CLOCK RF Clock Clock display Hour format Auto or manual (disabled) HH:MM:SS 12hr AM / PM (Model BAR626U) 24hr (Model BAR626) DD / MM; weekday in 5 languages (E, D, F, I, S) Single alarm with 2-minute crescendo and 8-minute Snooze
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)
POWER Main unit batteries Sensor batteries 3 x UM-3 (AA) 1.5V 2 x UM-4 (AAA) 1.5V
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
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