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Domestic Use of Energy Conference 2006
STANDBY POWER CONSUMPTION OF DOMESTIC APPLIANCES IN SOUTH AFRICA
AJ Bredekamp, E-A Uken and L Borrill
Cape Peninsula University of Technology, Cape Town
ABSTRACT South Africas demand for electricity will exceed Eskoms peak installed capacity by 2007. The all important Demand-side management (DSM) techniques employed also focus on the domestic sector. One area that has not been investigated adequately are the losses due to the standby power. It refers to the small amount of power consumed by an appliance, even when it is not in use. Many appliances are controlled remotely and cannot be switched off completely, unless they are unplugged. The purpose of this paper is to estimate how much power is wasted in South Africa due to household appliances being in the standby mode.
how the percentage of the population with access to electricity has increased from 61.3% in 1995 to 84.9% in 2004. If no new generating capacity is added, Eskom will be unable to meet the peak demand by as early as 2007. The problem would then continue to get worse and by 2010 Eskom will not be able to meet the demand in some areas during off-peak times [4].

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INTRODUCTION

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According to Edlington and Marker [1], standby power has become of growing global concern over the past decade. Research conducted in 2001 has revealed that standby power consumption accounts for nearly 12% of Australias household electricity usage. These losses amount to $500 million and are generating more than 5 million tons of carbon dioxide per annum. Any modern household, also in South Africa, includes a proliferation of electronic devices, which are consuming electricity even when they are switched "off". There are several names for this category, including "standby use", "minimum use", and "leaking electricity". While "standby use" is technically more accurate, the expression "leaking electricity" is rapidly gaining popularity because it is easier for the general public to understand [2], [3]. Leaking electricity is a global phenomenon. The biggest culprits are internationally traded appliances, such as audio/visual equipment. Many other appliances also consume electricity while in the standby mode namely air conditioners, washing machines and microwave ovens. Many of these appliances are virtually identical in all countries because only a few, large, multinational companies manufacture them and as a result, data collected in one country often applies to the others as well. 2. ELECTRICAL POWER WASTAGE IN SOUTH AFRICA
Figure 1 Percentage of population that have access to electricity [5] In the past it would have been simple to solve the problem of increased electricity demand by simply building more power stations. Each power station does, however, have an impact on the environment. Coal, natural gas and oil fired power stations produce high levels of CO2 , the gas primarily responsible for producing the green-house effect. Nuclear power stations produce no such emissions, but instead produce radioactive waste products that need to be handled and stored carefully. Even power stations that produce no waste or emissions, for example hydro-electric stations, have an environmental impact. The flow of rivers, for example, are affected and dams have to be constructed. This damages wildlife habitats. Besides the environmental issues, power stations are costly and typically take 10 to 12 years to construct. Simply building more power stations is therefore not the solution. As part of the DSM programme, South-Africans must be encouraged to use electricity sparingly and more effectively. 2.2 GOVERNMENT REACTION South Africa has to take into account two potentially conflicting objectives when it comes to electricity production: 2.2.1 International Objectives

2.1 SITUATION ANALYSIS The demand for electricity in South Africa is increasing due to economic growth and the electrification of previously disadvantaged communities. Figure 1 shows
South Africa subscribes to the Kyoto Protocol, which advocates the worldwide reduction of CO2 emissions.
The Protocol set the quotas to decrease the emission of greenhouse gases. This makes the option of using additional coal fired generating capacity unlikely. 2.2.2 National Objectives One major objective since 1991 is to provide electricity to previously disadvantaged communities. This increases national energy demand. Since constructing more power stations is not an immediate option, the only remaining option is to make better use of the existing electricity generating infrastructure. This can be achieved by encouraging reduced or more effective electricity consumption and stricter regulations on the efficiency of household appliances. These are finally to be regulated in future by an energy efficiency labelling system [6], [7]. 2.3 ESKOM REACTION Eskom has begun to tackle the problem of increasing consumer demand for electricity by introducing DemandSide Management (DSM). DSM means the planning, implementation and monitoring of end-user's activities designed to encourage consumers to modify patterns of electricity usage, including the timing and level of electricity demand. The prime objective of DSM is providing constant, efficient use of electricity. The result is lower demand for electricity during peak times, thus managing the consumer electricity demand effectively [8]. Eskom formally recognized DSM in 1992, and its first DSM plan was produced in 1994. Since then Eskom has spearheaded many DSM initiatives nationally and continues to lead the way in promoting the efficient use of electricity. Eskom has made DSM a priority [8] and this includes the reduction of standby power consumption.
disconnected from its load and performing no function. For example, a cell phone charger that is plugged into the wall, but not connected to the phone will still consume power. This power is often dissipated as heat and makes the charger warm to the touch. 4. SOUTH AFRICAN APPLIANCE PURCHASE AND USAGE PATTERNS
Electric hot-water cylinders (geysers), stoves and refrigerators are the largest energy consumers in local households. In contrast, devices like television sets consume relatively little energy. This project does not focus on the efficiency of appliances or how much electricity they consume during normal operation, but rather how much they consume when they are off or in the standby mode. It is therefore necessary to define the areas of focus and the reasons for those choices. The energy usage pattern of the typical South African household has changed over the past 10 years mostly due to increased electrification. In a study performed on two newly-electrified settlements it was found that the biggest growth with regards to the purchase of new appliances was experienced in the refrigerator, television and hi-fi categories [9]. The most popular appliance being the television set. Measurements performed by Eje Sandberg of Sweden showed the three worst appliances with regards to standby power consumption to be Video Recorders, Satellite Receivers (Cable Boxes), Television sets and mini Hi-Fi equipment.[10]. This research therefore focuses on television sets, DVD Players, Video Recorders and mini Hi-Fis. In order to calculate how much of the total electricity demand in South Africa is due to standby use, it is necessary to know how many of the offending devices are in use, and also how long these devices spend in the standby mode. In Table 1 the number of specific types of audio/visual equipment present in South Africa are shown Table 1 Audio/visual devices present in the South African home in 2004. [5]

Type of Device TV Hi-Fi VCR MNET/DSTV Decoder DVD Players Number Present 000
TYPES OF PASSIVE POWER USAGE
The following types of wastage occur : 3.1 STANDBY POWER WASTE When you turn off a VCR or TV with a remote control, it continues to consume energy in the standby or sleep mode because the power supply inside is still on, powering the remote control receiver. Even though the remote control receiver consumes very little power (approximately 0.1 W), power supplies that use inefficient technology such as linear transformers, are not smart enough to reduce consumption during the standby state and end up wasting several watts of power. This is what we refer to as standby power consumption or power waste. 3.2 NO-LOAD POWER WASTE No-load power waste is a subset of standby power waste. No-load power is the energy used by a device when it is
The average South African spends approximately 14.8 hours per week watching broadcast television [11]. If one were to assume that the television set is also used for 14.8 hours per week to watch DVD or video, this means that the average television is in use for 29.6 hours per week. One week is 168 hours long. This would mean that television sets are in standby for 82% of the time. Weekly DVD/VCR usage would also be 14,8 hour per week. This equates to DVD/VCRs being in standby 91% of the time. It is not known how long mini Hi-Fis spend in standby mode neither were any assumptions made in this regard. The above figures will be used for all calculations in the remainder of this research. 5. METHODOLOGY
2-core cable was placed between the device to be measured and the pso. Inserted into one of the conductors of the 2core cable is a 10-turn toroidal coil. During measurements the coils were fanned out as shown in Figure 2. The jaws of the current probe were clamped over the coil. For power measurements the Fluke 43 also requires a voltage pickup. All measuring equipment was calibrated and tested for accuracy by Eskom at the current range anticipated before the commencement of this investigation.

RESULTS

The measured power consumption of new TV sets, VHS video recorders and mini Hi-Fis, respectively are shown Tables 2 to 5. Table 2
Screen Size 137 cm 111cm 106cm 84cm
To confirm the consumption figures of appliances, direct measurements of the current consumed by each appliance type was done while in normal operation and standby modes. For the purpose of this investigation, the consumption of an appliance was measured at the power socket outlet (pso). For this purpose, a Fluke 43 Power Quality Analyser and Fluke 80i-110s AC/DC Current Probe were chosen Although the Fluke 80i-110s current probe is capable of measuring very small currents, its accuracy does drop when very small currents are being measured.[12] In order to improve the accuracy, a toroidal coil was constructed, as shown in Figure 2.

Power consumption of Television sets
Model Samsung SP54T8 LG RT44NA21T LG MT42PM12 Sony KV-XA34 Samsung 3426 On (Watt) 82 Standby (Watt) 2.9 10.5 3.8 1.1 2.5 1.4 1.2
Sony KV-SR29 Panasonic 29FJ20 Samsung CS29Z6 Philips 29PT7322
1.3 1.2 1.2 3.2 1.0 7.1 11.6 8.0
Sony KVSW25 Philips 25PT4323 Tedelex EC2559
Figure 2 Construction of toroidal coil and use with the Fluke 80i-110s current probe Current from the load is passed through the coil. The current probe is then clamped around the coil during measurements. This multiplies the current in the probe jaws by a factor of 10. Using this method improves accuracy by providing a more substantial current for the probe to measure. This means that if an appliance is using 100mA of current, the probe will see 100mA x 10 = 1A. To correct for the presence of the 10-turn coil, the Fluke 43 was set to use a 1V/A (Volt per Ampere) probe whenever the current probe was set to its 100mV/A range. The Fluke 43 was set to use a 100mV/A probe whenever the current probe was set to its 10mV/A range. This means that with the probe set to its 100mV/A range and the Fluke 43 to use a 1V/A probe an accuracy of <0.3% of reading + 5mA can be expected [12]. A piece of
Sony KVHW212 LG CT20F95M LG 20J 50/55 LG 21CB55
Table 2 shows the power consumption levels as measured for new television sets. It can be seen that the consumption during standby operation does not vary much, with most sets using between 1 and 3 Watt of power during standby. The highest standby power consumption was in the 54cm and 111cm categories noticeably by television sets manufactured by LG.
On (Watt) 22.8 22.8 24.8 23.32.5 21.8 14.2 6.4 22.8 25.7 22.8 34.7
Standby (Watt) 17.4 0.6 0.6 0.6 13.9 1.5 9.3.3 12.9 17.8 17.4 0.5

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Power consumption of DVD players
Model On (Watt) Standby (Watt) 3.2 1.6 6.1 0.7 1.1 4.6 5.0 0.2 0.2 5.0 5.4 0.75
JVC MX-JE31 Panasonic SA-AK330 Panasonic SA-AK630 Panasonic SA PM91D Philips FWD M35 Philips FWD 570 Samsung MM-C8 Sanyo MP8000 Sanyo PT85 Sanyo DC088 Sony MHC-RG575S Sony MHC-RG170 Technics SH-EH590
DVD player/VHS DVD/HD Recorder DVD player/VHS DVD Player DVD Player DVD Player DVD Recorder DVD Player DVD Player
LG V872 NWK LG 7624 W Samsung DVD-V5500 Samsung DVD P450 Samsung DVD P250 Sanyo DVD-SL38KR Sony RDR HX710 Sony DVP-NS52P Sony DVP-NS50P
13.9 26.1 13.7 9.5 7.1 6.1 29.2 6.6 6.7 15.7 14.8 8.7
DVD player/VHS Tedelex TE800DV/VCR DVD player/VHS Telefunken TDV3000(A) DVD Player Yamaha DVD S540
Table 3 shows the power consumption levels as measured for new DVD players, DVD/VHS combinations and DVD recorders. The standby power consumption of DVD players was extremely low, with most players consuming between 0.2 and 1.1 Watt during standby. One exception was a DVD player from Sanyo, which consumed 4.6 Watt during standby. Overall, DVD recorders and DVD/VHS combination players consumed more power during standby than DVD players. Table 4

Model Akira VCR S608(S) Panasonic NV-MV21 Telefunken TVCR610(B)
Table 5 shows the power consumption levels as measured for new mini Hi-Fi equipment. In many cases there was little difference between the amount of power used during normal operation and during standby. The best performers were from Panasonic who used less that 1 Watt of power during standby. Other devices namely from Sony, Philips and JVC performed poorly. 7. ANALYSIS OF RESULTS
Power consumption of VHS video recorders
On (Watt) 7.8 7.6 Standby (Watt) 2.0 3.8
Having established the individual power consumption value of each chosen appliance, the generic ranges may be presented as shown in Figure 3.
Table 4 shows the power consumption levels as measured for new VHS video recorders. Only three recorders were available for measurement with their standby power consumption not varying much between recorders. Table 5

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Television VCR DVD Player DVD/VCR combo DVD Recorder Mini Hi-Fi
Power consumption of Mini Hi-Fis
On (Watt) 15.3 Standby (Watt) 0.9
Figure 3 Range of standby power consumption for each type of appliance in watt According to Figure 3, television sets and Hi-Fis are some of the worst offenders when it comes to standby power use.
This confirms measurements performed by Eje Sandberg. [10]. The large range of standby consumption for televisions is due to sets with a screen size of 54 and 111cm. The ranges of standby power may be presented according to TV screen size (figure 4) and make (Figure 5).

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Once again, television sets and mini hi-fis have the widest range of standby power consumption. It is estimated that on average television sets in South Africa are in standby 82% of the time and DVD/VCRs 91% of the time. Tables 6 and 7 accordingly demonstrate the estimated amount of electricity used by Television sets, VCRs and DVD Players in the standby mode in one year. Table 6 Total range of national standby power consumption in kWh/year for two scenarios
kWh/year Pessimistic kWh/year Optimistic

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Figure 4 Range of standby power consumption for Television sets ordered by screen size Figure 4 shows that 54 cm sets have a considerably larger standby power consumption range than sets with larger screens. Since only one 111cm set was available for measurement it was purposely omitted from Figure 4.
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Table 7
Total range of national standby power consumption in Megawatt
Pessimistic (MW) 83.752 11.9054 4.1538 104.5216 12.051 216.3838 Optimistic (MW) 7.22 6.266 0.1806 2.936 12.978 29.5806

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Figure 5 Range of standby power consumption for Television sets ordered by manufacturer Figure 5 shows that sets from LG had the largest range of standby power consumption of all sets tested. At national level, the ranges of national standby power consumption in Megawatt for each class of device tested., are as shown in figure 6.
VCR DVD Player Hi-Fi DSTV Decoder TOTAL ALL DEVICES
Figure 7 Total range of national standby power consumption as a percentage of total national electricity consumption South Africa consumed GWh of electricity in 2003 [13]. Using the data from Tables 6 and 8, the standby range of energy consumed may be calculated as follows : 104 to 197400 730. or 0.052% to 0,369% 197400
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Figure 6 Total range of national standby power consumption in Megawatt
The standby power losses due to domestic appliances at national level thus lie between 0,05 % and 0,36% of national electricity consumption. Since the domestic sector constitutes 17,9 % of total power consumed [14], these values translate to a range from 0,9 % to 6,5 % of the total domestic electricity consumption. The worst case is thus approximately one half the value measured in Australia [1]. Table 8 Electricity production, consumption, imports and exports for South Africa (2003) [13] 2003 Electricity - production Electricity - consumption Electricity - exports Electricity - imports: 8. CONCLUSION GWh 6 739
results of the South African national telephone and national omnibus surveys. Proceedings of the International Conference for the Domestic Use of Energy, Cape Peninsula University of Technology, Cape Town, March 2005, pp 75-79. [8] http://www.eskomdsm.co.za ESKOM DSM implementation website, last accessed in July 2005 [9] Holtz, WH: Energy and appliance usage after electrification: Eskom Distribution (Cape Town) [10] Meier A.: Measurements of Standby PowerA Survey of the International Literature, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, August 2002, pp 1-8 [11] GfK NOP (linking the top 10 market researchers in Europe and the US): http://www.nopworld.com/news.asp?go=news_item& key=179 [12] FLUKE: 80i-110s AC/DC Current Probe Users Manual Fluke Corporation, USA [13] http://www.cia.gov/cia/publications/factbook/ [14] SA National Electricity Regulator: Electricity supply statistics for South Africa in 2003 NER Report, 2003, 50p. Presenter: The paper is presented by Alb Bredekamp
Although domestic appliance standby mode only accounts for between 0,9 % and 6,5 % of total domestic demand, it does warrant keeping a check on future trends. An additional small saving in national electricity consumption could be realised if audio/visual appliances were designed to consume less power in the standby mode. Consumer awareness of standby power consumption should be increased by launching publicity campaigns or by an energy efficiency labelling scheme by the Department of Minerals and Energy. Further investigation into the reason for the high standby power consumption range of 54cm televisions and mini hi-fis is recommended as these are the most common audio visual devices sold due to competitive pricing in the market. REFERENCES [1] Edlington C and Marker T.: Profiling standby power in Australia Proceedings of the 3rd International Conference on Energy Efficiency in Domestic Appliances and Lighting, Turin,

Principal Author : Alb Bredekamp has just completed his BTech degree in Electrical Engineering at the Cape Peninsula University of Technology, where he lectures. This paper is based on his research towards his degree.
Italy,Vol.1, 1-3 October 2003, pp. 309-314.
[2] Meier, Alan and Huber. Wolfgang: Leaking Electricity in the USA Berkeley Lab (LBNL) USA 2000, pp1-2 [3] Sandberg, E. "Electronic Home Equipment: Leaking Electricity." The Energy Efficiency Challenge for Europe 1 (1993): European Council for an Energy Efficient Economy, pp 1-2 [4] Goldstone, C.: Save electricity or face cuts, says city. The Mercury, Durban, Feb 9, 2005, [5] South African Advertising Research Foundation. AMPS 2004 Report, pp 7-8 [6] Uken E.: Energy efficiency labelling of domestic appliances. Proceedings of the International Conference for the Domestic Use of Energy, Cape Technikon, Cape Town, October 1993, pp 43-47. [7] Suprenant L, Wegelin J, Egan C, and Mulholland C.: Creating relevant appliance labelling campaigns the
Co-author: Prof Ernst Uken holds a PhD in Nuclear Science and three Masters degrees in Radiochemistry, Transport Energy and Economics, respectively. He is Head of the Energy Technology Unit of CPUT. Prof Uken has published numerous articles and papers and has been a coorganiser of DUE and ICUE since their inception.
Co-author: Les Borrill holds an MSc(Eng).He is Head of Electrical Power Engineering at CPUT and has published numerous papers. He has also been a co-organiser of DUE and ICUE.

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'MP3": Indicates the disc contains MP3 files
During random play (,,_ page 7), you cannot skip to tracks already played. [_Nold down during play or pause to search. During program play (_,_ page 8), or random play (,,_ page 7), you can search only within the track. Total number of albums Total number of tracks
_} ALL-DISC: @ 1-SONG: @ 1-ALBUM: DISP, @ 1-DISC RANDOM: (e) ALL-DISC RANDOM: DiSC -PLAY MODE -_-/||, CD -(f_ 1-DISC: (g) 1-ALBUM RANDOM: Remote
Plays all loaded discs in succession from the selected disc to the final disc _:_. Plays one selected track on the selected disc. Pays one se sctsd a bum on the selected disc. Plays one selected disc in random [_ Plays all loaded discs order. order.

in random

Plays one selected disc. Plays one selected album in random order. orqy, CD] and then [I, CLEAR]. mode.

control

Preparation: Press [_/||,
Press [PLAY MODEl to select Evety urns you press -me sutton: ALBUM (.,_ or_) -_ ALL-D_SC_ t_ MR3 ALL-DISC_ During Press p_ay or stop {ALBUM (._ or._ )] to select the desired ambum. f--!-SONG_ _ i -DISC _@

the desired

_." 1-SONG----'_ _(J}1-DISC RANDOM (_ ALL-DISC RANDOM-,,----

_ 1-DISC _

_ I-ALBUM_

_ I-DISC RANDOiV

1-ALBLM RAI IDOM-_--

When selecting

in the stop mode (example):

ALL-DiSC

RANDOM @
Press [_/H, CD] to start pmay, ALL-DJSC/1-DJSC/1-DISC
-Number of tracks in current album
RANDOM to select the disc.
Press [DJSC] and then [1]=[5] Play starts, 1-ALBUM/I-ALBUM RANDOM
You can select a desired CD display mode. During p_ay or pause On the remote control: Press [CD DISP].
Press [DISC] and then [1]=[5]

to setect the disc.

Press [ALBUM (.,= or._)] to eeBect the album, Play starts from the selected album,
On the main unit: Press [DISP, -DEMO]= Every time you press the button: Elapsed play time _-_ Remaining play time @ Remaining play time -_ @ Album title -_ @ Track title

1-SONG

[DISC]

and then

[1]=[5] buttons

to select to select

the disc. the track in the

Press the current

numbered
@ Elapsed _ play time Example: _> ID3 artist name _ _} ID3title name @ ID3 album name

To select a 2-digit track, press [>10] once then the two digits. Play starts from the selected track.

,_a} Remaining play time

Press [D_SC] and then [1]-[5] Press [ALBUM

to select the disc.

_ \ i I, I I I)
(.,_ or._)] to semect the album,
Press the numbered buttons to select the track in the current album, To select a 2-digit track, press [>10] once then the two digits, To select a 3-digit track, press [>10] twice then the three digits, Play starts from the selected track,
" When track number 25 or greater is playing, remaining play time display shows " : ,, When a title is longer than 8 characters, it will scroll across the display. If you selected a mode from (b} - (_ (see above), the scrolling will start again after every 3 seconds. ,, 'NO D3' is displayed if titles with ID3 tags havent been entered. ,, Maximum number of displayabls characters: Album/track title: 31 ID3 album/title/artist name: 30 (ID3 is a tag embedded in MP3 track to provide information about the track.) ,, This unit can display album and track titles with ID3 tags (version 1.0 and 1.1). Titles containing text data that the unit doesn't support cannot be displayed. ,, Titles entered with 2-byte code cannot be displayed correctly on this unit.
To stop prosy Press [I CLEAR]. When playback ends The current play mode will be retained in memory until it is changed even if the unit is turned off.>:_ Fina_ disc For example, if play starts from disc 4, disc 3 will be the 'final disc". Order of progression: Disc 4_.5_.1_2_3 m _P3 When "NOT MP3/ERRORI" appears on the dispmay An unsupported MP3 format is being played. The unit will skip that track and play the next one.
,, You cannot use program mode together with Play Mode function. ,, _P3:: During 1-ALBUM mode, track skipping can only be done within the current album.
,, To check program contents Press [1-_, REW/V] or [_1, A/FF]. Every time you press the button: [_ The track number and program order are displayed:

Numbered buttons

REPEAT DEL

_'-/11,CD

Program order

m, CLEAR ALBUM(,,_er _}

CURSOR (_ er _), I'_, REW/V, _, A/FF

_RTRO MARKER

T_TLE SEARCH
Program order is displayed, then album number and track number. ,, To add to the program @ Do steps 2 and 3. Do steps 2 _ 4. ,, To c_ear the _aat track
You can program up to 24 tracks. Remote contro_ onl=y=
Press [DEL]. To e_ear aH tracks Press [M CLEAR]. While "CLEAR ALL' is blinking, press the button again to clear all tracks.
Preparation: Press Press Select

Press [_/l|, [PROGRAM].

CD] and then [m, CLEAR]. ,, You cannot program CD-DA together with MP3 tracks. ,, [1]=[5] the to setect the disc. buttons. with numbered The program memory is cleared when you change a disc or open the disc tray. You cannot program more than one disc for MP3.

characters
While your desired album is playing, press [_/H, CD]. Play continues from the first track of the album,
To stop during the process, press [INTRO] or [l CLEAR].
You can enter a ksyword of up to 8 characters for album/track title search= You can only enter upper case letters but the unit also searches for lower case=
Remote control only (_) Press the numbered button to select the required character, Characters allocated to the numbered buttons:
Numbered buttons 5 >10 Characters 1 ABC2 DEF3 GHI4 JKL5 space Numbered buttons 0 ["#$ %&'():_+,./:;=? Characters MNO6 PQRS7 TUV8 WXYZ"
You cannot use this function during program play or random play.
You can search for your desired album/track with its keyword (part of the title). I Ambum/track title search I
Remote control onm_L Preparation: Press [_./J|, CD] and then [l 1 For a_bum tit_e search Press [TITLE SEARCH] For track title search Press 2 Enter [TtTLE SEARCH] once. twice.

CLEAR].

You can search for" < " or" > " by entering " ( " or ") ". The characters change each time a numbered button is pressed= For example, every time you press [2]: A_B_C_2
for the title. Characters

Main unit display

the characters

of the keyword

The special characters will be displayed as below: Characters Main unit display
(=_ see right: 'Entering characters')
Press [ENTER[. Title search starts= The matched tit_e is displayed. #
Album title search Slinks to indicate album title search mode

% & (

I E I I

Matched album title

indicate album title search mode
Some characters may not be displayed recording format/software used.

correctly

due to the
Press [CURSOR._ ] to enter the character. Repeat steps _1)_f to complete the keyword. Matched album title Track title search Slinks to indicate track title search mode m Editing keywords To move the cursor Press [CURSOR (. or _ )]. De_etJng a character 1= Move the cursor over the character to be deleted. 2. Press [DEL]. Matched track title Editing a character 1. Move the cursor over the character to be edited. 2. Enter the correct character.

Slinks to indicate track title search mode
Matched track title To show the matched Press [ENTER]. tit_e again
To show the next/previous search result Press [_, A/FF] (next) or [N_4, REW/V]

(previous).

Press [_/H, CD] to start p_ay from the a_bum/traek found, For album search, play starts from the first track of the album. (Search mode is cancelled.)

Automatic

presetting
Do the following once each for FM and AM= Preparation: TUNER, BARD @, REC DECKt

TAPE _/||, CO

Tune to the frequency where pre-setting is to begin. [PROGRAM] until the frequency changes.

STOP 1/2

CLOCK/TIMER Numbered buttons
The tuner presets all the stations it can receive into the channels in ascending order. When finished, the last station memorized is tuned in.
Manual presetting Pre-set the stations one at a time,
_, REW/V, %" Press [PROGRAM] then press [_4, [l_,_q, A/FF] to tune to the desired station. f2) Press [PROGRAM] then press [I-_.,_, [_{, A/FF] to select a channel _3) Press [PROGRAM]. REW/V] REW/V] or or
The station occupying a channel is erased if another station is preset in that channel Selecting Press [TUNER, BAND[ to select The unit comes on= Every time you press the button: FM _ AM band. channems
Press the numbered buttons to select the channel To enter a 2-digit channel, press [>10], then the two digits.
Press [PLAY MODE] on the remote "b'vIANUAL' Every time you press the button: MANUAL _ PRESET
controm to semect OR <I,Press [PLAY MODE] to select "PRESET". Press [F,_, REW/V] or [I_HI_, A/FF] to semect the channel
Hold down [_/REW/V] or [I_,q/FF/A] for a moment to search for a station. The frequency stops when it finds a clear station. To stop during the process, press [144/REW/V] or [_q/FF/A]= Under excessive intederence, a station may not be found= Press [F_4/REW/V] or [_/FF/A] repeatedly to tune step-bystep. 'TUNED' is displayed when a radio station is tuned. "ST' is displayed when a stereo FM broadcast is being received= tf noise is excessive in FM Remote eontro_ on_y Hold down [PLAY MODE] to display "MONO"= Monaural sound is selected and noise reduces when reception weak. Hold down [PLAY MODE] again to cancel the mode. "MONO" is also cancelled if the frequency is changed.

Use outdoor antenna if radio reception is poor. FM outdoor antenna
-FM outdoor antenna (not included]

-Rear panel of this unit

75 _ coaxial cable (not included]

(13/_6')

Shield braid _ wire
To receive FM broadcasts allocated in 0.1 MHz stelz_ Main unit on_y Hold down [TUNER, BAND]. The display changes in a few seconds to show the current minimum FM frequency. Continue to hold down the button until the minimum frequency changes. The step is changed. Repeat the above to change the step back.
,, Disconnect the FM indoor antenna. ,, The antenna should be installed by a competent technician. AM outdoor antenna AM outdoor antenna (not included]
', After changing the "allocation' setting, the frequencies you previously preset in the memory will be cleared= ,, Sound is momentarily interrupted if you load/unload tapes while listening to an AM broadcast. Rear panel of this unit
Remote controm on_ There are two methods of pre-setting stations. Automatic presetting : All the stations the tuner can receive are preset. Manua_ presetting : You can select the stations to preset and the order they are preset in= Up to 15 stations each can be set in the FM and AM bands. Preparation: Press [TUNER, BAND] to select "FM" or "AM"=
Run a piece of vinyl wire horizontally convenient location. Leave the loop antenna connected.

across a window

or other

Disconnect ROT7790

the outdoor

antenna antenna

when during
the unit is not in use, an electrical storm,

Do not use the outdoor

You can use either deck 1 or deck 2 for tape playback. Use normal position tapes. High position and metal position tapes can be played, but the unit will not be able to do full justice to the characteristics of these tapes. 1 Press [_, TAPE]. The unit comes on. If a cassette was loaded, play starts automatically (One touch play). 2 Press [_ DECK1] or [DECK2 Insert with the side to be played facing towards you and the exposed tape facing down. Close the holder by hand. 3 Press [1_, TAPE] to start playback, To play on the other side of the tape, turn the tape over and press [_, TAPE]. _] and insert the cassette. Front side

To atop recording Press [m, STOP]= If the tape finishes before the disc
The disc continues playing= Press [m STOP] to stop it= To record on the other side of the tape Turn the tape over and press [o, REC].
,, Changes to volume and sound/field quality do not affect recording. ,, You cannot open deck 1 while recording. ,, You cannot fast-forward or rewind one deck while recording with the other. ,, When recording an AM broadcast, sound is momentarily interrupted when you start and stop the recording.

Erasure

prevention or similar object to break out the tab.

Use a screwdriver

To stop tape p_aybaek Press [m, STOP]. To fast=forward or rewind (rewind) or [_/FF/A] _oaded decks (fast-forward]=

Side A

Press [_-_4/REW/V] To select between

Tab for side B

Tab for side A
Press [DECK 1/2] (remote control: [PLAY MODE]).

To re-record

on a protected

cassette

Cover the hole with adhesive tape. ,, Tape playback is momentarily interrupted if you open the other deck. ,, Tapes exceeding 100 minutes are thin and can break or get caught in the mechanism. ,, Tape slack can get caught up in the mechanism and should be taken up before the tape is played. ,, Endless tapes can get caught up in the deck's moving parts if used incorrectly.
_i!swe To erase a tape 1. Press [_, TAPE] and then [m, STOP]. 2. Insert the recorded tape into deck 2. Ensure there is no tape in deck 1. 3. Press [e, REC].
Semection of tapes for recording Use normal position tapes. High position and metal position tapes can be used, but this unit will not be able to record or erase them correctly. Preparation: Wind up the leader tape so recording can begin immediately. 1 Press [DECK2 _] and insert the cassette to be recorded. Insert with the side to be recorded facing towards you and the exposed tape facing down. Semect the source to be recorded. Remote control onm_

This is a 12-hour clock.

1 Switch on the power. 2
Press [SHIFT] CLOCK _ t [CLOCK/TIMER] _ REC to select "CLOCK".
Radio recording: Tune in the station. (,,,,_page 10) Disc recording: _I} Insert the disc(s) you want to record. Press [_/H, CD] and then [m, STOP]. f Prepare the desired disc recording mode. Remote control only. ,, To record programmed tracks On page 8, "Program play', do steps: [_ 1~~ 4 ,, To record specific discs/tracks 1. Press [PLAY MODE] to select the desired mode. (,,,_ page 7) 2. Press [DISC] and then [1]-[5] to select the disc. Ensure disc is stopped. 3. _P3 For 1-ALBUM mode and 1-SONG mode: Press [ALBUM (.,,,. r _ )] to select the album. o 4. For 1-SONG mode: Press [_-_,,q, REW/V] or [_, A/FF] to select the track. Tape=to=tape recording: % Press [_, TAPE] and then [m, STOP]. f Press [_ DECK1] and insert the cassette you want to record.

controm

This timer turns the unit off after a set time. While enjoying the desired source: Press [SLEEP] to semect the time Every time you press the button:

(minutes}.

Every time you press the button: CLOCK_ @PLAY -_ @REC h Previous display _J
SLEEP 60-SLEEP,0-120-S,EEP 30 SLEEP SLEEP OFF
To cance_ the sleep timer @PLAY: to set the play timer @REC: to set the record timer (Proceed to the next step within 8 seconds) Press [SLEEP] to select "SLEEP OFF"= To confirm the remaining time Press [SLEEP] once. The remaining time is shown for about 5 seconds. To change the setting Press [SLEEP] to select the new setting. You can use the sleep timer in combination with the play/record timer. Make sure the unit is off before the play/record timeCs start time.
ON time setting 1, Press [b,_, REW/V] or [_J,C,q, /FF] to set the time. A _, Press [SHIFT] + [CLOCK/TtMER]o
Repeat steps (1:, and _2to display the timer

Press [SHIFT] indicator.

+ [PLAY/REC]
Every time you press the button: @PLAY -,-- REC
The sleep timer will be turned off when you start recording.

@PLAY: @REC:

to turn the play timer on to turn the record timer on
(The indicator doesn't appear if the ON and OFF times or the dock hasn't been set,)
You can enhance low-frequency sound so that heavy bass sound can be heard clearly, even if the acoustics of your room are not optimal. Remote control enmy Press [H.BASS]. The button light comes on. Press the button again to cancel. The button light goes out. Press [PRESET EQ] to semect a setting. Every time you press the button: HEAVY-_ t SOFT _ CLEAR -_ DISCO -_ LIVE -_ HALL I

EQ-OFF (cancelled)

HEAVY (sound quality) : Adds punch to rock SOFT (sound quality) : For background music CLEAR (sound quality): Clarifies higher sounds DISCO (sound field) : Produces sound with the same kind of lengthy reverberations heard at a disco LIVE (sound field) : Makes vocals more alive HALL (sound field) : Adds an expansiveness to the sound to produce the atmosphere of a great concert hall
You can enhance the bass and treble effect of the sound. Press [SUPER SOUND EQ], Remote control: Press [S.SOUND The button light comes on. Press the button again to cancel. The button light goes out.
You cannot use PRESET EO togetherwith H.BASS (_'_ or SUPER SOUND EQ (_).

Rear panel of this unit

Remote control on_ When disc or tape is selected as the source To save power, the unit turns off if it is left unused for ten minutes. This function does not work if the source is tuner or AUX.
Press [SHIFT] [AUTO OFF]. "AUTO OFF' is shown on the display,
Analog player (not included) " An analog player with a built-in phone equalizer can be connected. ,, For details, refer to the instruction manual of the units which are to be connected. ,, When units other than those described above are to be connected, please consult your audio dealer. The setting is maintained even if the unit is turned off. If you select tuner or AUX as the source, 'AUTO OFF" goes out. It comes on again when you select disc or tape. To cancel Press [SHIFT] + [AUTO OFF] again.
I (See above for external unit connection.) 1. 2. 3. Press [AUX]. The unit comes on. For listening: Proceed to step 3. For recording: Press [o, REC] (recording starts). Start playback from the external source. (For details, refer to the external unit's instruction manual.)

To dim the display

Remote control on12 Press [DIMMER]. The display is dimmed and the indicator is turned off. (The AC supply indicator remains on.) Press [DIMMER] again to restore the display.

I switchingdisplays

Press [DISP, -DEMO] to select Every time you press the button: the desired display mode.
Reduce the volume level and connect the headphones. Plug type: 3.5 mm (Vs') stereo

Normal

Peak hold _

Reflection

I To mute

(off)_,

the volume ohm 2
Avoid listening for prolonged periods of time to prevent hearing damage.
Press [MUTING]. Press the button again to cancel. "MUTING' goes out. To cancel from the unit, turn [VOLUME] to minimum (--dB), then raise it to the required level. Muting is also cancelled when the unit is turned off.
Before requesting service, make the following checks. It you are in doubt about some of the check points, or it the remedies indicated in the chart do not so_ve the problem, refer to the "Customer Services Directory" on the back cover it you reside in the U.S.A., or refer to the "Product information" on page 15 if you reside in Canada. Reference Common pages are shown Probmems as bmack circled numbers Q.

TERMINALS SECTION FM 15 stations AM 15 stations Frequency Modulation (FM) Frequency range 87.9 - 107=9 MHz (200 kHz steps) 87.5- 108.0 MHz (100 kHz steps) Sensitivity 2.5 _V (IHF) S/N 26 dB 2.2 F[V Antenna terminal(s) 75 _(unbalanced) Amplitude Modulation (AM) Frequency range 520 - 1710 kHz (10 kHz steps) Sensitivity S/N 20 dB (at 1000 kNz) 560 _V/m Audio performance (AmpHfie0 Input sensitivity/mnput impedance Aux 250 mV, 14.7 k_ Phone jack Terminal Stereo, 3.5 mm (%") jack
3 way, 3 speaker system (Bass reflex) Speaker(s) Woofer 16 cm (TVi') cone type Tweeter 6 cm (2s/_ cone type ") Super tweeter Piezo type Impedance HmGH 5 _ LOW 5 _ Input power (mEC) NIGH 90 W (Max) LOW 90 W (Max) Output sound pressure _eve_ 83 dBMV (1.0 m) Cross over frequency 2.6 kHz, 10 kHz Frequency range 37 Hz-23 kHz (-16 dB) 44 Hz-22 kHz (-10 dB) Dimensions (WxNxD) 240 x 330 x 230 mm (97/,_" x 13" x 9'/IG") Mass 3.2 kg (7.1 lb.)
Mass and dimensions are approximate. 2. Total harmonic distortion is measured by the digital spectrum analyzer. 3. _ The labels "HIGH" and "LOW" on the rear of the speakers refer to High frequency and Low frequency.

tf the surfaces

are dirty

For a cleaner,

crisper

sound playback

To c_ean this unit, wipe with a soft, dry cloth. Never use alcohol, paint thinner or benzine to clean this unit. Before using a chemically treated cloth, read the instructions that came with the cloth carefully.
Clean the heads regularly to assure good quality recording= Use a cleaning tape (not included).
1. Damage requiring service--The unit should be serviced by qualified service personnel if: (a)The AC power supply cord or AC adaptor has been damaged; or (b)Objects or liquids have gotten into the unit; or @)The unit has been exposed to rain; or (d)The unit does not operate normally or exhibits a marked change in performance; or (e)The unit has been dropped or the cabinet damaged. 2. Servicing--Do not attempt to service the unit beyond that described in these operating instructions. Refer all other servicing to authorized servicing personnel. 3. Replacement parts--When parts need replacing ensure the servicer uses parts specified by the manufacturer or parts that have the same characteristics as the original parts. Unauthorized substitutes may result in fire, electric shock, or other hazards.
4. Safety check--After repairs or service, ask the servicer to perform safety checks to confirm that the unit is in proper working condition.

Product

information or assistance with product operation: Services Directory"
For product information _n the U.S.A, back page. refer

to "Customer

on the
In Canada, contact the Panasonic Canada Inc. Customer Care Centre at 90S-624-550&, or visit the website (www.panasonic.ca), or an authorized Servicentre closest to you.

Not Applicable

Ninety (90) days Not Applicable
Rechargeable Batteries. DVD Ri RAM Discs (in exchange for ddective item) SD Memory Cards, Rechargeable Ballery Packs {in exchange for defective item}

WARRANTY

WARBA_._TOR RESULTURG

US _._OT UABLE

FOR URCUDE_._TAL
OR COIISEQUERTUAL Ninety {90) days Not Applicable

DAMAGES

FROM THE USE OF THUS PRODUCT,
OR ARUSUNG OUT OF ANY BREACH OF THUS WARRANTY. (As examples, this ex ckldes damages for lost time. travel to and from the servicer, loss of medM or images, data or other memory content. The items listed are not exclusive, but are for illustration only.} ALL EXPRESS AND UMPUED WABRAI',mES, U_._CLUDUNG THE WARRANTY OF MERCRABTABUUTY, ARE UMUTED TO THE PERUOD OF THE UMUTED WARRANTY. or limitation of incidental or consequential damages,
Dudng the "Labor" warranty period there will be no charge for labor. During the "PaRs" warranty period, there will be no charge for pairs. You must carry in or mail in your prod uct during warranted. the warranty period, if rlon rechargeable batteries are included, they are not This warranty only applies to products purchased and serviced in the United
Some states do not allow the exclusion
States or Puerto Rico. This warranty is extended only to the odginal purchaser of a new product which was not sold "as is". A purchase receipt or other proof of the original put chase date is required for warranty service.
or limitations on how long an implied warranty lasts, so the exclusions may not apply to you. This warranty gives you specific legal dghts and you may also have other dghts which vary from state to state. If a problem with this product develops dudng or after the warran ty period, you may contact your dealer or Servicenter. If the problem is not handled to your satisfaction, then write to the warrantor's Consumer Affairs Depa_rnent at the addresses listed for the warrantor. PARTS AND SERVUCE WHUCH ARE ROT COVERED ARE YOUR RESPORSUBUUTY. BY THUS UMUTED WARRANTY

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