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|Luangpor||5:52am on Tuesday, October 5th, 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. 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....|
|elbl02||1:01am on Wednesday, September 8th, 2010|
|Performs as expected Works great. I assume the temperature is accurate, although I have never verified it.|
|Meta777||11:56pm on Tuesday, July 27th, 2010|
|GREAT BUY I just love this indoor/outdoor thermometer. I live along the Adirondack Parkway in NY and temperature change daily.|
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Wireless Weather Station with World Time Clock
Model: BAR926HG / BAR966HG
World Time Clock... 14 Alarms... 19 Set Daily Alarm... 19 Set Pre-Alarm.. 19 Activate Alarm.. 20 Snooze... 20 Barometer... 20 View Barometer Area.. 20 Select Measurement Unit.. 20 View Barometer History.. 20 Bar Chart Display.. 21 Set Altitude... 21 Weather Forecast... 21 Weather Forecast Icons.. 21 UV Measurement.. 22 New Additional UV Features.. 22 Temperature and Humidity. 23 View Temperature and Humidity Area. 24 Select Measurement Unit.. 24 Select Sensor Channel.. 24 Minimum / Maximum Records.. 24 Temperature and Humidity Trend.. 24 Comfort Zone.. 25 Heat Index.. 25 Backlight... 25 1
Introduction... 3 Product Overview... 4 Front View.. 4 Back View.. 5 Table Stand and Wall Mount.. 5 LCD Display... 6 Remote Sensor (RTGR328N).. 9 Getting Started... 9 Batteries... 10 Change Settings... 10 Remote Sensor.. 10 Set Up Thermo / Hygro Sensor (RTGR328N). 11 Sensor Data Transmission.. 12 Search for Sensor.. 12 Clock and Calendar.. 12 Radio-Controlled Clock.. 12 Turn Radio-Controlled Clock ON / OFF.. 13 Set Clock.. 14 Switch Clock Display.. 14
Reset System... 25 Safety and Care.. 26 Warnings... 26 Troubleshooting... 26 Specications.. 27 About Oregon Scientic.. 28 EC-Declaration of Conformity.. 29
Thank you for selecting the Oregon Scientific TM Wireless Weather Station with World Time Clock (BAR926HG / BAR966HG). This powerful device bundles time keeping, weather monitoring, indoor and outdoor temperature and humidity readings, barometric trends and altitude adjustment, into a single tool you can use from the convenience of your home. In this box, you will nd: Main unit Remote sensor (RTGR328N) Optional UV sensor (UVR128) Batteries BAR926HG --- BAR926HG Main Unit + RTGR328N Remote Sensor BAR966HG --- BAR926HG Main Unit + RTGR328N Remote Sensor + UVR128 UV Sensor NOTE The main unit is compatible with the following sensors: THGR228N, THGR328N, THR228N, THR328N, THWR288. Additional sensors are sold separately. Please contact your local retailer for more information.
Keep this manual handy as you use your new product. It contains practical step-by-step instructions, as well as technical specications and warnings you should know.
PRODUCT OVERVIEW FRONT VIEW
1. SNOOZE / LIGHT: Activate 8-minute snooze or backlight 2. LCD display 3. SEL: Switch areas 4. MODE: Change settings / display
: Increase setting / activate radio-controlled clock : Decrease setting / deactivate radiocontrolled clock
7. MEM: View current, maximum and minimum temperature / humidity / UV readings 8. HIST: View historical barometer and UV readings 9. CH: Switch remote sensor display 10. / : View alarm status; set alarm radio-controlled clock
TABLE STAND AND WALL MOUNT
To stand the unit on a table, twist the lock button (on the back of the unit) so that the two main unit segments are unlocked from each other. Then position the unit as shown below.
1. mb / inHg switch (in battery compartment) 2. RESET button (in battery compartment) 3. C / F switch (in battery compartment) 4. Battery compartment (cover open) 5. Wall mount holes 6. Lock button - place the 2 parts of the unit next to each other, as shown opposite. Twist the lock button to secure the 2 unit parts together. Twist it anti-clockwise to release the lock and separate the two segments. 5
To mount the unit on a wall, twist the lock button (on the back of the unit) so that it locks the two segments together. Then mount as shown below.
1. Weather Forecast Area: Animated weather forecast.
2. Temperature / Humidity / Comfort Zone Area: Readings and trend lines; comfort zone; sensor channel number. 3. UVI / Barometer Area: UV level and barometric pressure bar chart; UV Index and barometric readings.
4. Clock / Alarm / Calendar Area: Radio-controlled clock with World time; alarms; calendar.
Weather Forecast Area
Temperature / Humidity / Comfort Zone Area
1. Low battery icon for main unit 2. Weather display
1. Selected Area icon 2. Temperature trend 3. Channel number (1-5) / reception status 4. Low battery icon for remote sensor 5. Humidity trend 6. MAX / MIN temperature 7. Temperature - C / F 8. Heat Index 9. MAX / MIN humidity 10. Humidity 11. Comfort levels
UVI / Barometer Area
Clock / Alarm / Calendar Area
1. Pre-Alarm is set 2. Pre-Alarm display / Pre-Alarm setting 3. Channel with RF clock reception is locked 4. RF clock reception icon 5. Daily Alarm is set 6. Home or World time city 7. RF clock time (i.e. home clock time) / calendar 8. Offset time-zone 9. World clock time / calendar
1. Barometric pressure is showing 2. UV is showing 3. Low battery icon for UV sensor 4. UVI value is showing 5. UV exposure time countdown has started 6. UV index level 7. UV exposure time for user 8. Barometer / UV chart 9. SPF applied to user for UV exposure 10. User skin type for UV exposure 11. User no. (for UV Mode) or hour history for UV / Barometric pressure reading 12. Altitude / barometric pressure / UVI reading 8
REMOTE SENSOR (RTGR328N)
1. Signal reception 2. Channel number 3. Low battery icon
1. LCD display 2. LED status indicator
3. Ventilation duct
4. Time 5. Temp (C or F) 6. Humidity % 7. Temp / Humidity
GETTING STARTED BATTERIES
Batteries are supplied with this product: 1. Wall mount
Main unit Remote unit
4 x UM-3 (AA) 1.5V 2 x UM-3 (AA) 1.5V
2. CHANNEL switch (1-5) 3. RESET 4. C / F 5. SEARCH 6. EU / UK radio signal format switch
Insert batteries before rst 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.
7. Battery compartment 8. Fold-out stand
To install the main unit batteries:
NOTE Do not use rechargeable batteries. shows when batteries are low. NOTE It is recommended that you use alkaline batteries with this product for longer performance. UNIT Main Remote UV Sensor LOCATION Weather Forecast Area Temperature / Humidity Area UVI / Barometric Pressure Area
2. Most Areas have alternate display options (for example, Clock / Alarm or Barometer / UVI). / Press MODE to switch options, or to switch between clock and alarm. 3. Press and hold MODE for 2 seconds to enter setting mode. 4. Press or to change settings. 5. Press MODE to conrm.
This product is shipped with the RTGR328N Thermo / Hygro Sensor. The main unit can collect data from up to 6 sensors (5 Thermo / Hygro Sensors and 1 UV Sensor). The main unit is compatible with the following sensors: THGR228N, THGR328N, THR228N, THR328N and THWR288. (Additional sensors are sold separately. Contact your local retailer for more information.)
1. Press SEL to switch between Areas. indicates the selected Area. 10
The RTGR328N Sensor collects temperature and humidity readings, and signals from ofcial time-keeping organizations for the radio-controlled clock. S
To fold out the stand:
SET UP THERMO / HYGRO SENSOR (RTGR328N)
1. Open the battery compartment with a small Phillips screwdriver. 2. Insert the batteries. 3. Set the channel and radio signal format. The switches are located in the battery compartment. SWITCH Channel OPTION If you are using more than one sensor, select a different channel for each sensor EU (DCF) / UK (MSF) 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 70 metres (230 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.
Radio Signal Format
4. Press RESET. Then set the temperature unit. SWITCH Temp OPTION C / F
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. 11
5. Close the battery compartment.
SENSOR DATA TRANSMISSION
Data is sent from the sensor(s) every 60 seconds. The reception icon shown in the Temperature / Humidity 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 / Humidity Area The selected sensor cannot be found. Search for the sensor or check batteries.
Then, press and hold MEM and CH for 2 seconds. NOTE If the sensor is still not found, check the batteries.
CLOCK AND CALENDAR
This product tracks the time and date based on radiocontrolled signals from the RTGR328N remote sensor, or manual settings that you enter.
1. RF Clock time 2. World Time city 3. World Time clock
SEARCH FOR SENSOR
To search for a Thermo / Hygro sensor, press SEL to navigate to the Temperature / Humidity Area. will show next to the Area. Then, simultaneously press and hold MEM and CH for 2 seconds. To search for the UV sensor, press SEL to navigate to will show next to the Area. the UVI / Barometer Area. 12
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 (RTGR328N) whenever it is within 1500 km (932 miles) of a signal.
Initial reception takes 2-10 minutes, and is initiated when you rst set up the unit, and whenever you press RESET. Once complete, the reception icon will stop blinking. In addition to the local time and calendar display, you can also select to display the corresponding time of 130 major world cities.
The unit cannot reach the remote sensor. NOTE To force a manual search for RF clock reception, press and hold SEARCH on the sensor (RTGR328N) for 2 seconds.
TURN RADIO-CONTROLLED CLOCK ON / OFF
The factors: icon shown in the Clock Area indicates 2 If you wish to manually set the clock, you must rst disable the radio-controlled feature. To do this, navigate on to the Clock / Alarm Area. Then, press and hold the main unit for 2 seconds. To enable it, navigate to the Clock / Alarm Area, then press and hold for 2 seconds. RF clock enabled:
Connection between the main unit and the sensor ) that collects RF signals ( RF signal reception ( ) How these signals work together: ICON MEANING The unit has contact with the sensor and has synchronized the time. The unit has contact with the 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. 13
RF clock disabled:
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 SEL to navigate to the Clock Area. next to the Area. 2. Press and hold MODE for 2 seconds. 3. Select the Home Time city, World Time city, 12 / 24 hour format, hour, minute, year, date / month format, month, date and display language. 4. Press or to change the setting. 5. Press MODE to conrm. NOTE The language options are (E) English, (F) French, (D) German, (I) Italian, and (S) Spanish. The language you select determines the weekday display. will show
Clock with seconds and date Clock with day and date When the World Time city is set, you can toggle between: RF clock with seconds and World Time clock RF and World Time clock with day RF and World Time date
WORLD TIME CLOCK
This clock features a World-time display function so that you check the corresponding time of different places in the world instantly with Daylight Saving Time (DST) automatically adjusted. The names of the world cities are in the abbreviated 3-letter format e.g., FRA for Frankfurt, Germany.
SWITCH CLOCK DISPLAY
Press SEL to navigate to the Clock Area. next to the Area. will show
Press MODE to toggle between different displays. When the World Time city is not set, you can toggle between: 14
Addis Ababa, Ethiopia Adelaide, Australia Auckland, New Zealand Ankara, Turkey Algiers, Algeria Amsterdam, Netherlands Anchorage AK, USA Antananarivo, Madagascar Asuncion, Paraguay Athens, Greece Atlanta GA, USA Abu Dhabi, U.A.E Bucharest, Romania Barcelona, Spain Baghdad, Iraq Belgrade, Yugoslavia Beijing, China Berlin, Germany Beirut, Lebanon Bangkok, Thailand Brisbane, Australia Bogota, Colombia Boston MA, USA Bern, Switzerland Brussels, Belgium Brasilia, Brazil Buenos Aires, Argentina Budapest, Hungary Cairo, Egypt Casablanca, Morocco Canberra, Australia Caracas, Venezuela Calcutta, India Chicago IL, USA Colombo, Sri Lanka Copenhagen, Denmark
ADD ADL AKL AKR ALG AMS ANC ANT ASU ATH ATL AUH BBU BCN BDD BEG BEJ BER BEY BKK BNE BOG BOS BRN BRU BSB BUA BUD CAI CAS CBR CCS CCU CGX CMB CPH
TIME OFFSET SUMMER TIME START DATE
3 9.1 ---10 -5 -1 -3 -10 -4 5.5 -1 No DST Last Sunday in October 1st Sunday in October Last Sunday in March No DST Last Sunday in March 1st Sunday in April No DST 1st Sunday in September Last Sunday in March 1st Sunday in April No DST Last Sunday in March Last Sunday in March 1st April Last Sunday in March No DST Last Sunday in March Last Sunday in March No DST No DST No DST 1st Sunday in April Last Sunday in March Last Sunday in March 2nd Sunday in October No DST Last Sunday in March last Friday in April No DST Last Sunday in October No DST No DST 1st Sunday in April No DST Last Sunday in March
SUMMER TIME END DATE
Last Sunday in March 3rd Sunday in March Last Sunday in October Last Sunday in October Last Sunday in October 1st Sunday in April Last Sunday in October Last Sunday in October Last Sunday in October Last Sunday in October 1st October Last Sunday in October Last Sunday in October Last Sunday in October
MEL MEX MGA MIA MIL MNA MNL MON MOW MVD NAS NRB NYC OSL OTW PAP PAR PER PHE PNH POS PPT PRG PTL PTR PTY RGN RIO RKV ROM RUH SAL SCL SEA SEL SFO SHA
10 -6 -6 ---3 ---5 -8 --4 ---5 6.5 --6 -4 --8 8
Last Sunday in October 1st Sunday in April No DST 1st Sunday in April Last Sunday in March No DST No DST 1st Sunday in April Last Sunday in March No DST 1st Sunday in April No DST 1st Sunday in April Last Sunday in March 1st Sunday in April No DST Last Sunday in March No DST No DST No DST No DST No DST Last Sunday in March 1st Sunday in April No DST No DST No DST 2nd Sunday in October No DST Last Sunday in March No DST No DST 1st Sunday after 8th October 1st Sunday in April No DST 1st Sunday in April No DST
Last Sunday in March Last Sunday in October Last Sunday in October Last Sunday in October
Last Sunday in October Last Sunday in October Last Sunday in October Last Sunday in October Last Sunday in October Last Sunday in October Last Sunday in October
3rd Sunday in February Last Sunday in October
1st Sunday after 8th March Last Sunday in October Last Sunday in October
Singapore, Singapore San Jose, Costa Rica San Juan, Puerto Rico Salt Lake City UT, USA Soa, Bulgaria Sao Paulo, Brazil Stockholm, Sweden Sydney, Australia Tashkent, Uzbekistan Tokyo, Japan Taipei, Taiwan Tripoli, Libya Toronto, Canada Quito, Ecuador Vancouver, Canada Vienna, Austria Warsaw, Poland Washington DC, USA Wellington, New Zealand Zurich, Switzerland
SIN SJO SJU SLC SOF SPL STH SYD TAS TKY TPE TRP TRT UIO VAC VIE WAW WDC WLG ZRH
8 -6 -4 --2 -5 -5 -1 -1
No DST No DST No DST 1st Sunday in April Last Sunday in March 2nd Sunday in October Last Sunday in March Last Sunday in October No DST No DST No DST No DST 1st Sunday in April No DST 1st Sunday in April Last Sunday in March Last Sunday in March 1st Sunday in April 1st Sunday in October Last Sunday in March
Last Sunday in October Last Sunday in October 3rd Sunday in February Last Sunday in October Last Sunday in March
Last Sunday in October Last Sunday in October Last Sunday in October Last Sunday in October Last Sunday in October 3rd Sunday in March Last Sunday in October
This product has 2 alarms: The Daily Alarm and a Pre-Alarm for snowy weather. The Daily Alarm can be set to go off at the same time every day. The Pre-Alarm sounds only when the Daily Alarm is activated and the recorded temperature from Channel 1 Sensor falls to 2C (35.6F) or below.
For example, if you set the alarm to 7:00 AM, and the Pre-Alarm to 45 minutes, the Pre-Alarm will sound at 6:15 AM provided the outdoor temperature at Channel 1 Sensor is 2C or below. 1. Set up and activate the Daily Alarm. / to switch to Pre-Alarm view. (PRE-AL 2. Press will show at the top.) 3. Press and hold / for 2 seconds. 4. Press or to select 15, 30, 45 or 60 minutes. This is the amount of time the Pre-Alarm will sound BEFORE the Daily Alarm. The Pre-Alarm is automatically activated when you select a time. 5. Press / to conrm.
SET DAILY ALARM
1 Press SEL to navigate to the Clock Area. next to the Area. will show
/ 2. Press the top.)
to view the alarm. (AL will show at / for 2 seconds. or to change
3. Press and hold
4. Select the hour and minute. Press settings. 5. Press / to conrm.
shows when the Pre-Alarm is set. NOTE The Daily Alarm will NOT function until the next day if the Pre-Alarm has been triggered. Also, if you deactivate the Daily Alarm, the Pre-Alarm is automatically deactivated.
6. The Daily Alarm icon will appear when the alarm is set.
The Pre-Alarm can be set to sound 15, 30, 45, or 60 minutes before the Daily Alarm. It will sound whenever the recorded temperature from Channel 1 Sensor falls to 2C (35.6F) or below. 19
Navigate to the Clock Area, then press / to switch to Daily Alarm or Pre-Alarm view. To activate or deactivate the alarm, press or. When the alarm time is reached, the backlight will be on for 8 seconds and crescendo alarm will sound for 2 minutes. Press any key (except snooze) to silence the alarm. It will sound at the same time the next day.
Barometric data is shown in 2 areas at the bottom of the display. The upper area shows a 24-hour bar chart. The lower area shows current and historical readings.
Press SNOOZE / LIGHT to temporarily disable the alarm for 8 minutes. or will blink while snooze is on.
This product tracks uctuations in barometric pressure to provide the weather forecast, and the current and past 24 hours barometric pressure history measurements are recorded by the main (indoor) unit.
SELECT MEASUREMENT UNIT
Slide the mb / inHg switch (in the clock battery compartment), to change the display unit.
VIEW BAROMETER HISTORY
Navigate to the Barometer Area. Then press HIST repeatedly to scroll through the measurements. The number shown in the HR box indicates how long ago each measurement was taken (e.g. 2 hours ago, 3 hours ago, etc.).
VIEW BAROMETER AREA
Press SEL to navigate to the Barometer Area. If is NOT shown, press MODE. 20
1. Navigate to the Barometer Area. 2. Press and hold HIST for 2 seconds. or to set the altitude in 10-metre 3. Press increments (-100m to 2500m). 4. Press HIST to conrm.
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.
BAR CHART DISPLAY
The bar chart visually shows atmospheric changes from the current hour (0) to 24 hours prior (-24).
The top area shows an animated icon indicating the forecasted weather.
WEATHER FORECAST ICONS SET ALTITUDE
Set the altitude to match how far above or below sea level you are living. This ensures that the barometric pressure readings are accurate. ICON DESCRIPTION Clear Day / Night 21
Automatic calculation of acceptable UV exposure times based on pre-set user profiles (4 users maximum). UVI Danger Alert when UV Index reaches unsafe levels.
Day / Night Cloudy Rainy
UV data is shown in the same area as the Barometer. Press SEL to navigate to the Barometer Area, then press MODE to display the UV icon and data. NOTE Refer to the UVR128 User Manual for more information and see below to learn about the new additional UV features.
NOTE The night time icon displays from 6 PM to 6 AM. When the Channel 1 sensor records a temperature of 2C (35.6F) or lower, the RAINY icon becomes SNOWY.
NEW ADDITIONAL UV FEATURES
UV EXPOSURE TIME COUNTDOWN To set the exposure time countdown you need to set the Skin Type and Sun Protection Factor (SPF) as follows: 1. Press SEL to navigate to the Barometer Area, then press MODE to select the UV display.
The UVR128 Ultra-Violet Radiation Sensor is included with the BAR966HG and is available as an optional item for the BAR926HG. The UV sensor gives you the following information at your ngertips: 10-hour Ultra-Violet Index (UVI) record. 22
2. Press CH to select user 1-4. 3. Press and hold MODE for 2 seconds to enter the Skin Type Setting Mode of the selected user.
SKIN TYPE TAN Never Sometimes Always Always BURN Always Always Rarely Never HAIR COLOUR Red Blonde Brown Black EYE COLOUR Blue Blue / Green Grey / Brown Brown
countdown. The remaining user UV exposure time will ash. will display and the 7. When the countdown has reached 0, an alarm will sound for 2 minutes. Press any button to turn the alarm off. The icon will ash for 2 minutes even if you have stopped the alarm sound. MAXIMUM / MINIMUM MEMORY FOR UVI To view the maximum and minimum memory for UVI: 1. Press SEL to navigate to the Barometer Area. 2. Press MODE to select the UV display. 3. Press MEM to show maximum, minimum and current UVI readings. 4. Press and hold MEM for 2 seconds to clear the UVI memory. NOTE The UV sensor must be activated before you try and set the additional features. Please refer to the UVR128 User Manual for more information.
or to choose 1 of the 4 skin type settings. 4. Press Then press MODE to conrm and enter the SPF Set Up Mode.
SPF 1 - - - 50 LEVEL OF PROTECTION Low Medium High
TEMPERATURE AND HUMIDITY
5. Press or to increase or decrease the SPF value. Then press MODE to conrm and enter the UV Exposure Time Countdown Setting Mode. 6. Press or to enable or disable countdown. Press MODE to exit the UV Exposure Time Countdown Mode and start the exposure time 23 The weather station can display the following information from any of the 5 remote sensors: Current, minimum, and maximum temperatures and relative humidity percentages. Comfort level indicator and trend line (rising, falling, or steady).
Data is collected and displayed approximately every 60 seconds.
To auto-scan between sensors, press and hold CH for 2 seconds. Each sensors data will be displayed for 3 seconds. To end auto-scan, press CH or MEM with the Temperature / Humidity Area selected. NOTE If you select a sensor that collects only temperature data, the humidity will not be shown.
VIEW TEMPERATURE AND HUMIDITY AREA
Press SEL to navigate to the Temperature and Humidity Areas. Temperature data is given at the top; Humidity is below.
MINIMUM / MAXIMUM RECORDS
Press MEM repeatedly to view current, maximum and minimum records for the selected sensor. To clear the records, press and hold MEM for 2 seconds. A beep will sound to conrm that the memory has been cleared.
Slide the C / F switch (inside the clock battery compartment), to the setting you want.
TEMPERATURE AND HUMIDITY TREND
The trend lines are shown next to the temperature and humidity readings. TREND RISING STEADY FALLING TEMPERATURE
SELECT SENSOR CHANNEL
Press CH to switch between sensors 1-5.
HUMIDITY The house icon shows the selected remote sensor. 24
The Comfort Zone indicates how comfortable the climate is, based on current temperature and humidity measurements. ZONE WET COM DRY TEMPERATURE Any 20-25C (68-77F) Any HUMIDITY >70% 40-70% <40%
1. Press SEL to navigate to the Temperature Area. will show next to the Area. 2. Press MODE to reach the Heat Index display. 3. Press CH to select the desired channel. NOTE If the temperature is below 26C / 80F, or the desired channel is not working, the Heat Index will display NA.
Press SNOOZE / LIGHT to illuminate the backlight for 8 seconds.
NOTE This information is shown in the Humidity Area when the current measurement is displayed.
The Heat Index advises 4 levels of warning if the temperature is high. DANGER CATEGORY TEMPERATURE C 40.5-54.4 32.2-40.5 26.6-32.2 F >130 105-130 90-105 80-90 25
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 unit or radio-controlled clock). NOTE When you press RESET, all settings will return to default value, and you will lose all stored information.
Extreme Danger >54.5 Danger Extreme Caution Caution
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-trafc location.
PROBLEM Barometer Calendar SYMPTOM Strange readings Strange date / month Cannot adjust clock Cannot auto-synch REMEDY Set altitude / unit Change language
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 specied 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 uctuations 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 specication of this product and contents of this user guide are subject to change without notice. Images not drawn to scale.
Disable radiocontrolled clock 1. Adjust batteries 2. Press RESET 3. Manually activate radiocontrolled clock
Shows "LLL" or "HHH" Cannot locate remote sensor
Temperature is out-of-range Check batteries
Main Unit Dimensions LxWxH Weight Remote Unit Dimensions LxWxH Weight Temperature Unit Indoor Range Outdoor Range Resolution Comfort Memory Relative Humidity Range 25% to 95% 27 C or F -5 C to 50 C (23 F to 122 F) -20 C to 60 C (-4 F to 140 F) 0.1 C (0.2 F) 20 C to 25 C (68 F to 77 F) Min / Max 70 x 24.5 x 116 mm (2.76 x 0.96 x 4.57 inches) 108 grams (0.24 lbs) without battery 195 x 26 x 192 mm (7.6 x 0.8 x 7.5 inches) 578 grams (20.4 ounces) without battery
Resolution Comfort Memory Barometer Unit Resolution Altitude Display
1% 40% to 70% Min / max
mb / hPa or inHg 1 mb (0.03 inHg) -100 to 2500 metres (-328 to 8202 feet) Sunny (day / night), partly cloudy (day / night), cloudy, rainy, snowy
Remote Unit (RTGR328N) RF frequency Range Transmission Channel No. Unit Radio-Controlled Clock Synchronization Clock display Auto or disabled HH:MM:SS 433 MHz Up to 70 metres (230 feet) with no obstructions Approx. every 1 minute 1, 2, 3, 4 or 5 C or F
Hour format Calendar
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 & Pre-Alarm; 2-minute crescendo 8-minute snooze
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Alarm Snooze Power Main Unit Batteries
4 x UM-3 (AA) 1.5V
Thermo / Hygro Remote Unit Batteries 2 x UM-3 (AA) 1.5V
NOTE It is recommended that you use alkaline batteries with this product for longer performance.
EC-DECLARATION OF CONFORMITY
Hereby, Oregon Scientic, declares that this Wireless Weather Station with World Time Clock model BAR926HG / BAR966HG is in compliance with the essential requirements and other relevant provisions of Directive 1999/5/EC. A copy of the signed and dated Declaration of Conformity is available on request via our Oregon Scientific Customer Service.
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