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Oregon Scientific IWA-80051 User's Instructions

Oregon scientific, inc. weather station with atomic clock user's instructions.
CMOS: TM8727-XXX, LCD-478, BATTERY 2 x AAA
Model: C8191 AWB
Weather Station With
Atomic Clock
Model IWA-80051
User's Instructions
Please read these instructions carefully and store them
in a safe place for future reference.
FEATURES
• Multi-language calendar: English/German/
French/Spanish
• Manual time setting
• Daily alarm with snooze
• Indoor temperature (°C / °F selectable)
• E.L. Backlight
• mb/hPa or inHg selectable
• 12 to 24 hour weather forecast
• Daylight Saving Time (DST)
• Moon phase display
• Time zone display: Eastern, Central, Mountain
& Pacific
FUNCATION KEYS
SNOOZE/LIGHT bar:
Stop alarm sound and turn on
E.L. backlight. Pressing and
holding it for 8 seconds can
stop the current RC reception.
TIME key:
In normal time mode, press it
once to toggle between month
& date and year display. Keep
it pressed for 2 seconds to
enter time setting mode. In
setting mode, press it to step
the setting items.
ALM SET key:
In normal time mode, press it
to display Alarm time. In
Alarm time mode, keep it
pressed for 2 seconds to enter
alarm time setting mode. In
alarm time setting mode, press
it to step the setting items.
UP key:
In setting mode, increase the
setting value. For WWVB
version, pressing UP key can
set the desired Time Zone.
DOWN key:
In setting mode, decrease the
setting value. In normal time
mode, press it to toggle between
12 and 24hour format.
°C/°F key :
Toggle between °C and °F
format. Keep it pressed for 3
seconds to seek RC signal
instantly.
mb/hPa or inHg key:
Toggle between mb/hPa and
inHg display.
RESET key:
In case of mal-function after
insert of battery, use a pin to
press the RESET key to
restart the clock.
In case of no display on LCD
while inserting batteries, use
a pin to press the RESET key
to activate the clock.
ALARM ON/OF switch:
Switch alarm & snooze function
on or off.
PRODUCT DESCRIPTIONS
1.
LCD display
2.
UP key
3.
TIME key
4.
ALM SET key
5.
DOWN key
6.
°C/°F key
7.
mb/hPa or inHg key
8.
ALARM ON/OFF switch
9.
SNOOZE/ LIGHT bar
10. RESET key
11. Battery compartment
SIZE:A4
PANTONE: 445C
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DISPLAY SYMBOLS
LCD display
1. Weather forecast & moon phase display
2. Clock display
3. Year/ month & date/alarm time display
4. Daylight savings time indicator
5. Signal strength indicator
6. Time zone map
7. Second /day of the week display
8. Atmosphere pressure display
9. Temperature display
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NOTE:
Seconds and Day of the Week Display: Automatically
toggles every 30 seconds from Day to Seconds.
Toggles back to Seconds after 92 seconds.
INSTALLING OR REPLACING THE BATTERIES
• Begin by opening the battery compartment cover
at the back of the clock.
• Insert 2 AAA batteries (not included) into the battery
compartment and make sure the polarity is correct
by following the (+ or -) symbols engraved inside.
• Replace the battery whenever the display becomes
dim or difficult to read.
SELECT THE TIME ZONE ( WWVB VERSION ONLY)
Make sure the time zone is already set to appropriate
location. The default time zone is Pacific zone. If your
location is not of Pacific zone, please press the UP
key to set the desired Time zone.
RADIO CONTROLLED TIME FEATURE
After the first signal is received, the clock will
automatically seeks the atomic clock signal that is
transmitted by the National Institute of Standards and
Technology in Fort Collins, Colorado. Delete all other
words after "Colorado".
SIGNAL STRENGTH INDICATOR FOR RADIO
CONTROLLED TIME SETTING
The signal indicator displays signal strength in 3 levels.
Wave segment flashing means time signals are being
received. The signal quality is indicated:
If the RC clock receives a successful signal, a
sync-time symbol will appear on the LCD.
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ABOUT THE DAYLIGHT SAVINGS TIME (DST)
This clock has been pre-programmed to automatically
switch when daylight savings time is in effect. Your
clock will show "DST" on the display during this time.
NOTE:
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With the pre-programmed DST feature, if you live in
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an area where Daylight Savings Time is not observed,
the time display on your clock will read +/- one hour
during the DST time period.
SETTING THE TIME MANUALLY
To set the time, please follow these steps:
• In normal time mode, press the TIME key for 2
seconds until the HOUR digit flashes.
• Press UP or DOWN key to change the value of the
flashing digit.
• Press the TIME key again to step the setting items.
The setting sequence will be: Hour > Minute >
Second > Year > Month > Date > Day language.
• Press the UP or DOWN key to select the day
language:
GB=English FR=French DE=German ES=Spanish
IT=Italian
• Press TIME key to exit the setting mode.
Normal Display
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Day Language Setting
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Date Setting
Month Setting
NOTE:
In normal time mode, pressing the DOWN key will
toggle between the 12 and 24 hour formats.
SETTING THE ALARM
• In normal time mode, press ALM SET key to enter
alarm time mode.
• Press the ALM SET key for 2 seconds until the
alarm hour digit flashes.
• Press UP or DOWN key to increase or decrease the
value of flashing digit.
• Press ALM SET again to move through each setting.
The sequence will be: Hour > Minute.
Alarm Mode
Alarm Hour Setting Alarm Minute Setting
NOTE:
12/24hour format of alarm time display are based on
the normal time format.
USING THE ALARM AND SNOOZE FUNCTION
• To activate the alarm, slide the [ALARM ON/OFF] to
the [ON] position, the bell indicator will appear on
the display.
• To deactivate alarm, slide the [ALARM ON/OFF]
button to the [OFF] position, the bell indicator will
disappear.
NOTE:
The snooze will be on automatically after activating
the alarm.
Hour Setting
Minute Setting
Second Setting
Year Setting

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    NOTE: With the pre-programmed DST feature, if you live in an area where Daylight Savings Time is not observed, the time display on your clock will read +/- one hour during the DST time period. SETTING THE TIME MANUALLY To set the time, please follow these steps: •...

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    In case of no display on LCD while inserting batteries, use a pin to press the RESET key to activate the clock. When the signal icon on the clock flashes, this indicates that the clock is receiving the radio signals. When the time code is received the signal icon turns on.

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