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User manual Vitek, model VT-3539

Manafacture: Vitek
File size: 3.55 mb
File name: Vitek-VT-3539-Pdf-Rus.Pdf
Language of manual:ruukende
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manual abstract

Take the time to carefully read these operating instructions. USER INSTRUCTIONS Channel number/ Outside temperature/Humidity A Graphical Indoor thermometer Weather report symbols Clock; Clock Alarm Inside temperature; Outside temperature/ humidity display; Min/ Max record; Temperature Alarm Temperature trend indicator Outside channel Features: Block with main display: • Clock with choice of time display format (12 or 24 hour) • Indoor and outdoor temperature display • Graphical display for indoor temperature • Reception and display of temperature and humidity readings from remote sensors (serves up to 4 sensors) by radio at 433 MHz. • Records maximum and minimal temperatures • Audible alarms for low and high temperatures. • Temperature trend indicator. • Temperature reporting symbols. • Backlight 2 23.05.2006 17:08:51 ENGLISH 35391.indd 3 • Indications in Celsius or Fahrenheit • Battery type: 2 x AA Remote sensors: • Weather-proof construction with liquid crystal display • Jack for connecting external sensor • External wired sensor • Display of temperature readings in Celsius or Fahrenheit, • Humidity display • Transmission distance: up to 40 m in an open area • Battery type: 2 x AA OPERATING CONTROLS (iiy 1. Mode/Snooze - switching display modes between time, alarm, high and low temperature alarms in temperature control points; temporary alarm deactivation. 2. Hour/+/Max - hour advance; maximum temperature display. 3. Minute/-/Min - minutes advance; minimum temperature display. 4. Alarm/°C/°F - switching between Celsius and Fahrenheit, between 12-hour and 24-hour time format, turning the alarm on and off, erasing previous temperature alarm settings. 5. Channel - switching between remote control channels (from 1 to 4) 6. Wall mount and tabletop stand 7. SET: entering the home code and activating the channel settings mode 8. C/F: switching from °C to °F, changing the channel or home code 9. Battery compartment 10. External sensor jack 11. Liquid crystal display 12. External wired sensor 3 23.05.2006 17:08:51 35391.indd 4 ENGLISH READ BEFORE USING For best results: 1. First install the battery in the remote sensor(s), and then in the receiver block. 2. Place the receiver and remote sensor(s) next to each other. This will synchronize the receiver block with the remote sensor(s). 3. Place the remote sensor(s) at a proper operating distance. • Although the remote sensor is designed to be weather-proof, it is recommended that you install it in a location where it will not be exposed to direct sunlight, rain or snow. • Walls and the location of the remote sensor affect the effective operating range. Try various installation locations and then choose the optimal one. GETTING STARTED Step 1: Setting up the remote sensor: 1. Remove the lid from the battery compartment and, according to the proper polarity, insert two AA batteries. Close the battery compartment lid. 2. The indication HOUSE CODE will blink on the display for 8 seconds. 3. Choose a HOUSE CODE (from 01 to 15) by pressing the C/F button. Make sure that all the sensors in your home are set to the same HOUSE CODE. 4. Press SET to save the HOUSE CODE. The channel indicator will blink on the display for 8 seconds. 5. Choose the CHANNEL (from 1 to 4) by pressing the C/F button. This number can be confirmed by either pressing SET or, automatically, by waiting 10 seconds without pressing any buttons. If you are only using one sensor, we recommend that you use CHANNEL number 01. 4 23.05.2006 17:08:51 2 4 6 i' n I U I’n ’ cn* JLI -iC ENGLISH 35391.indd 5 6. The temperature and humidity readings will appear on the display. 7. Switch from °F to °C by pressing the C/F button. After these remote sensor settings have been completed, it will begin to transmit weather data once per minute. • If your meteorological station registers signals from neighboring sources, choose a different house code. • Factory default settings: house code = 01, channel = 01 Step 2: Receiver settings D 8. Remove the lid from the battery compartment and, according to correct polarity, install two AA batteries. Close the battery compartment lid. SYNCHRONIZING THE OUTDOOR TEMPERATURE READING Auto-detect function: 1. After installing batteries in the receiver, activate the auto-detect function, which should take about 3 minutes. 2. During these 3 minutes, the receiver will emit an audible signals and display it once received the data from sensors. • If no signal is received during the 3 minutes, the outdoor temperature will be displayed as “---”. If this happens, try installing all of the units closer together, or in different places; run the auto-detect function again - remove the batteries from the receiver and then insert them again. Manual learning function (Search for remote sensor signals): If a new sensor is added or if the signal is lost from an existing sensor (the outdoor temperature on the displ...


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