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|whitecloud1||6:00pm on Friday, July 2nd, 2010|
|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....|
|kevlar13||10:35am on Thursday, March 11th, 2010|
|GREAT BUY I just love this indoor/outdoor thermometer. I live along the Adirondack Parkway in NY and temperature change daily. Performs as expected Works great. I assume the temperature is accurate, although I have never verified it. 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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Long-Range Multi-Channel In-Out Thermometer with Cable Free Sensor and RF Clock
MODEL: RMR183/RMR183U USER'S MANUAL
MAIN FEATURES: MAIN UNIT
Congratulations on your purchase of the RMR183/RMR183U Long-Range (60 meters) Multi-Channel In-Out Thermometer with 433MHz cable free sensor and radio-controlled calendar clock. The basic package comes with a main unit, which is the temperature and calendar clock station, and a remote unit, the thermo sensor. The main unit has a large display for indoor temperature, calendar clock and temperatures collected and transmitted by the remote unit. The main unit can support up to three remote units. The main unit is capable of keeping track of the maximum and minimum temperature of different sites. No wire installation is required as the RMR183/RMR183U operates at 433MHz. As for the calendar clock, it is radio-controlled. It automatically synchronizes its current time and date when it is brought within an approximate 1500km radius of the radio signal generated from Frankfurt, Germany (DCF77) (or Radio signal MSF-60 from Rugby, England for UK version). You can also set the calendar clock manually when it is off range. Other features include five-language display, crescendo daily alarm and interchangeable display modes. 1
A FOUR - LINE LCD DISPLAY Facilitates easy reading of remote and indoor temperatures and calendar clock ] RADIO - RECEPTION SIGNAL B [ Indicates the condition of radio reception C TEMPERATURE TREND INDICATOR Indicates the trend of temperature changes D [ ] BATTERY - LOW INDICATOR (REMOTE SENSOR) Activates when the remote-sensor battery is low E [ ] BATTERY - LOW INDICATOR Activates when the battery of main unit is low ] ALARM - ON ICON F [ Appears when the alarm is activated G [ ((. )) ] ALARM ICON Appears when the alarm time is displayed H [ MODE ] BUTTON Toggles the calendar clock display modes or activates the calendar clock setting mode I [ALARM ] BUTTON Displays the alarm time or sets the alarm status J [MEMORY] BUTTON Displays maximum / minimum temperature K [CHANNEL] BUTTON Selects remote-sensor channels 2
L [ ] BUTTON Advances the value of a setting M [ ] BUTTON Decreases the value of a setting N [RESET] BUTTON Returns all settings to default values O C/F SLIDE SWITCH Selects between degree Centigrade (C) and Fahrenheit (F) P BATTERY COMPARTMENT Accommodates two (2) UM-3 or AA size 1.5V batteries Q REMOVABLE TABLE STAND For standing the main unit on a flat surface R WALL - MOUNT HOLE For mounting the main unit on a wall
MAIN FEATURES: REMOTE UNIT THN128
A LED INDICATOR Flashes when the remote sensor transmits a reading B CHANNEL SLIDE SWITCH Designates the remote sensor Channel C RESET BUTTON Returns all settings to default values D BATTERY COMPARTMENT Accommodates two (2) UM-4 AAA size 1.5V batteries E BATTERY DOOR F WALL-MOUNT HOLDER Supports the remote unit in wall-mounting
G REMOVABLE TABLE STAND For standing the remote unit on a flat surface
BEFORE YOU BEGIN
For best operation, 1. Assign different channels to different remote units. 2. Insert batteries for remote units before doing so for the main unit. 3. Place the main unit as close as possible next to the remote unit and reset the main unit after installing batteries. This will ensure easier synchronization between the transmission and reception of signals. 4. Position the remote unit and main unit within effective transmission range, which is 60 meters in open area. 3
Note that the effective range is vastly affected by the building materials and where the main and remote units are positioned. Try various set-ups for best result. Though the remote units are weather proof, they should be placed away from direct sunlight, rain or snow.
Note: 1. Replace batteries when the low-battery indicator of a particular channel activates on the main unit. 2. Once a channel is assigned to a remote unit, it can only be changed by removing the batteries or resetting the unit.
BATTERY INSTALLATION AND CHANNEL SETTING: REMOTE UNIT
The remote unit uses two (2) UM-4 or AAA size 1.5V batteries. Installation: 1. Remove the screws on the battery compartment. 2. Select the channel on the CHANNEL slide switch.
BATTERY INSTALLATION: MAIN UNIT
1. Open the battery compartment door. 2. Install 2 batteries (UM-3 or AA size 1.5V) strictly according to the polarities shown. 3. Replace the battery compartment door.
3. Insert the batteries strictly according to the polarities shown. 4. Replace the battery compartment door and screws.
LOW BATTERY WARNING
When it is time to replace batteries, the low-battery indicator will show up when the corresponding channel is selected. The battery level of the main unit will be shown on the indoor temperature when it is running low. 4
HOW TO USE THE TABLE STAND OR WALL MOUNTING
The main unit has a removable table stand, which when installed, can support the unit on a flat surface. Or you can remove the stand and mount the unit on a wall using the recessed screw hole. As for the remote unit, it comes with a wall-mount holder and a removable stand. Use either to hold the unit in place. Main unit Wall-mount Table Stand
THE RESET BUTTON
This button is only used when the unit is operating in an unfavorable way or malfunctioning. Use a blunt stylus to hold down the button. All settings will return to their default values.
Once batteries are in place for the remote units, they will start transmitting temperature readings at 30 second intervals. The main unit will also start searching for signals for about a minute once batteries are installed. Upon successful reception, the individual channel temperatures will be displayed on the top line and the indoor temperature on the second line. The main unit will automatically update its readings at about 30-second intervals. If no signals are received, blanks "----" will be displayed and the ". Press [CHANNEL] and kinetic wave icon will show " [MEMORY] simultaneously to enforce another search for about 30 seconds. This is useful in synchronizing the transmission and reception of the remote and main units.
Remote unit Wall-mount Table Stand
Repeat this step whenever you find discrepancies between the reading shown on the main unit and that on the corresponding remote unit.
HOW TO CHECK REMOTE AND INDOOR TEMPERATURES
The indoor temperature is shown on the second line of the display. As for the remote sites or channels, press [CHANNEL] to go from one channel to another. The kinetic wave display on the channel number indicates if the reception of that particular channel is in good order. If no readings are received from one particular channel for more than two minutes, blanks --- will be displayed until further readings are successfully searched. Check if the remote unit is sound and secure. You can wait for a little while or press [CHANNEL] and [MEMORY] simultaneously to enforce an immediate search. Of course no reading will be shown if no remote unit is assigned to that channel. If the temperature goes above or below the temperature measuring range of the main unit or the remote unit (stated in specification), the display will show HHH or LLL.
MAXIMUM AND MINIMUM TEMPERATURES
The maximum and minimum recorded indoor temperatures and those of outdoor channels will be automatically stored in memory. To display them: 1. Select the channel to be checked. 2. Press [MEMORY] once to display the maximum temperature and again the minimum temperature. The respective indicators, MAX or MIN will be displayed. To clear the memory, hold down [MEMORY] for two seconds. The maximum and minimum temperatures will be erased. If you press [MEMORY] now, the maximum and minimum temperatures will have the same values as the current ones until different readings are recorded.
NOTE ON C AND F
The unit of temperature display is selected with the C/F slide switch. Select C for Centigrade or F for Fahrenheit.
The temperature trend indicator on the screen shows the trend of samplings collected at that particular remote site. Three trends, rising, steady and falling, will be shown. Arrow indicator Temperature Trend Rising Steady Falling 6
HOW TO READ THE KINETIC WAVE DISPLAY
The kinetic wave display shows the signal receiving status of the main unit. There are three possible forms:
The unit is in searching mode. Temperature readings are securely registered. No signals.
transmission and reception of temperature readings will resume once the interference recedes.
CALENDAR AND ALARM TIME DISPLAY
The calendar and alarm time share the same section of display. The calendar is displayed in day-month format. When the calendar is displayed, pressing [ALARM] once will change the display to the alarm time. Another press on the button will activate the alarm. A third press will deactivate it. To display the calendar, press [MODE] once.
If without obvious reasons the display for a particular channel goes blank, press [CHANNEL] and [MEMORY] to enforce an immediate search. If that fails, check: 1. The remote unit of that channel is still in place. 2. The batteries of both the remote unit and main unit. Replace as necessary. Note: When the temperature falls below freezing point, the batteries of outdoor units will freeze, lowering their voltage supply and the effective range. 3. The transmission is within range and path is clear of obstacles and interference. Shorten the distance when necessary.
ABOUT RADIO RECEPTION
The RMR183/RMR183U is designed to automatically synchronize its calendar clock once it is brought within range of the Frankfurt DCF77 radio signal. (Rugby MSF-60 Radio signal for UK version). When the RMR183/RMR183U is within range, the radio-controlled mechanism will override all manual settings. When the unit is receiving radio signal, the radio-reception Signal will start to blink. Generally, complete reception take 2 to 10 minutes depending on the strength of the radio signal. 7
Signals from other household devices, such as door bells, home security systems and entry controls, may interfere with those of this product and cause temporary reception failure. This is normal and does not affect the general performance of the product. The
When the reception is complete, the radio-reception Signal will stop blinking.
HOW TO SET THE CALENDAR CLOCK MANUALLY
When the calendar is displayed, press [MODE] for two seconds. The month digits will start to blink. Enter the month using the [ ] and [ ] buttons. Hold down either button to rapidly increase or decrease the value. Press [MODE] to confirm and proceed to set the day, display language, day-of-the-week, hour and minute.
- No Reception
For the display language, you can choose between English (E), German (D), French (F), Italy (I), Spanish (S). The day-of-the-week display for the languages is as follows:
Monday Tuesday Wed. Thursday Friday Saturday Sunday
For better reception, place the unit away from metal objects and electrical appliances to minimize interference. If you wish to disable the auto-reception feature, press the [ ] and [ ] buttons simultaneously for two seconds. The radio-reception ] will disappear. The unit will not respond to radio Signal [ signals. To enable the feature again, hold down the [ ] and [ ] buttons again. The radio-reception signal will start blinking to initiate reception automatically.
English German French Italian Spanish
After setting the minutes, press [MODE] to return to normal display. If changes are made on the minutes, the seconds will reset and start from zero.
TIME DISPLAY MODE
When the display is in calendar mode, press [MODE] once to change between the hour, minute, seconds display to hour, minute, Day-of-Week display.
To stop the alarm, press any key (except [MEMORY] and [CHANNEL] ).
This product is engineered to give you years of satisfactory service if you handle it carefully. Here are a few precautions: 1. Do not immerse the unit in water. 2. Do not clean the unit with abrasive or corrosive materials. They may scratch the plastic parts and corrode the electronic circuit. 3. Do not subject the unit to excessive force, shock, dust, temperature or humidity, which may result in malfunction, shorter electronic life span, damaged battery and distorted parts. 4. Do not tamper with the unit's internal components. Doing so will invalidate the warranty on the unit and may cause unnecessary damage. The unit contains no user-serviceable parts. 5. Only use fresh batteries as specified in the user's manual. Do not mix new and old batteries as the old ones may leak. 6. Always read the user's manual thoroughly before operating the unit.
HOW TO SET AND ACTIVATE THE ALARM
While in alarm mode, press and hold [ALARM] for two seconds the hour digits will flash. Enter the value for the hour digits. Press [ALARM] to confirm and go to the minute digits. Enter the value and press [ALARM] to confirm. The alarm is automatically activated. To deactivate it, press [ALARM] once.
When the alarm is active, it will go off at the set time with the ALARM ON icon flashing. The crescendo function allows the alarm to start off gently and step up its intensity in three steps. Without interruption, the alarm will go off for a minute and will go off once again after approx. 8 minutes. 9 Main unit
Indoor Temperature measurement Operating range : -5.0C to +50.0C (23.0F to 122.0F)
Temperature resolution Remote unit Proposed operating range Temperature resolution RF Transmission Frequency No. of Remote unit RF Transmission Range Temperature sensing cycle
: 0.1C (0.2F)
: +/-0.5 second/day (when RF is disabled)
: -20.0C to +60.0C (-4.0F to 140.0F) : 0.1C (0.2F) : 433 MHz : Maximum of 3 : Maximum 60 meters : around 30 seconds
Main unit Remote sensing unit : use 2 pcs UM-3 or AA 1.5V battery : use 2 pcs UM-4 or AAA 1.5V battery
Main unit : 154 gm (without battery) : 56.2 gm (without battery) Remote sensing unit
Radio Controlled Clock
Radio Control : Auto synchronize current time and date by Radio signal generated from Germany DCF77 or MSF-60 from UK for UK version Calendar : Day of week in English, German, French, Italy or Spanish, Day/Month : 24 hour format 12 hour format (UK version) Alarm Duration Snooze : 1 minute crescendo : 8 minutes 10
Main unit Remote sensing unit : 187(L) x 70(W) x 20(T) mm : 92(L) x 60(W) x 21 (T) mm
- The content of this manual is subject to change without further notice. - Technical features of this product is subject to change without notice. - Due to printing limitation, the displays shown in this manual may differ from the actual display. - The contents of this manual may not be reproduced without the permission of the manufacturer.
EC-DECLARATION OF CONFORMITY
This product contains the approved transmitter module TX 01 and complies with the essential requirements of Article 3 of the R&TTE 1999/5/EC Directives, if used for its intended use and that the following standard(s) has/have been applied: Efficient use of radio frequency spectrum (Article 3.2 of the R&TTE Directive) applied standard(s) Electromagnetic compatibility (Article 3.1.b of the R&TTE Directive) applied standard(s)
EN 300 220-1(2,3):1997
ETS 300 683:1997
Safety of information technology equipment (Article 3.1.a of the R&TTE directive) applied standard(s) EN 60950:1997 Additional information: The product is therefore conform with the Low Voltage Directive 73/23/EC, the EMC Directive 89/336/EC and R&TTE Directive 1999/5/EC (appendix II) and carries the respective CE marking. VS-Villingen / Germany August 2001 Gerhard Preis R&TTE Representative of manufacturer
RTTE Compliant Countries : All EC countries, Switzerland And Norway N CH
TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDE RMR183
Trouble --- is being displayed for Remote data on the display of the Main Unit Possible Cause (1) Probably due to electromagnetic interference and/or obstacle in-between the Main Unit and Remote Sensor (e.g., double glass protection or reinforced concrete wall); or (2) Batteries of the Remote Sensor are being discharged Remedy (1) (i) Move the Main Unit away from any source of interference such as DECT phone, mobile phone; and/or (ii) Move the Remote sensor nearer to the main unit and start SEARCH mode in the Main Unit (2) Check LED of Remote Sensor. Replace with new batteries if it does not flash in one minute Place the Remote Sensor closer to the Main Unit. Then reset the Remote Sensor and activate SEARCH mode in the Main Unit
Displayed remote temperature and/or humidity data on the display of the Main Unit are different from those on the display of the Remote Sensor The added Remote sensor is not read by main unit Displayed Temperature and/or humidity data are different from other measuring instruments
Another Remote Sensor using the same frequency and same ID code is being in use within the effective area
Selected Channel is already used by another Remote sensor (1) The measurement method is different (2) The area under evaluation is different or being influenced by climate
Select another free channel via the Channel switch. Then reset the Remote Sensor and activate SEARCH mode in the Main Unit (1) Use the same instruments with consideration of the tolerance of readings (2) Place the 2 instruments very closely for a time period (no less then 30 minutes), avoiding direct light and air movements
Trouble Clock time is not correctly set; and/or Reception icon Antenna displays as No reception -
Possible Cause The clock radio signal is not received because: Electromagnetic interference exist, or the Main Unit is located within reinforced concrete wall or shadowed area location Orientation of placement is not at optimum position for reception of clock radio signal -
Remedy Locate the Main Unit far from PC, mobile phone etc and re-locate it near the window sill. Wait at least 24 hours (note: during night-time signal is less attenuate particularly after raining) The clock radio signal is searched at 1:00, 2:00, 3:00, 9:00, 15:00, 21:00 every day automatically To force the signal reception please refer to instructions in the Users manual
Warning: For other cases not listed in the above, feel free to contact our help line Do not dissemble the unit. This will void the warranty
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