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Oregon Scientific BAR338PA User's Manual

Oregon scientific bar338pa clock: users manual.
MAIN UNIT CONTROLS
RF Projection Barometer
With Remote Thermo Sensor
Model No.: BAR338PA
User's Manual
INTRODUCTION
Congratulations on your purchasing the BAR338PA RF Projection
Barometer.
The BAR338PA is a multifunctional radio frequency (RF) controlled
projection calendar clock that automatically synchronizes current
time and date with the RF signal broadcast by the US Atomic Clock,
one of the world's most accurate timekeepers.
The BAR338PA is very easy to use. No wire installation is required
between the main unit and the remote unit.
Other features of BAR338PA include: weather forecast display,
indoor and remote temperature display and daily alarm function.
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    RF signal broadcast by the US Atomic Clock, one of the world's most accurate timekeepers. The BAR338PA is very easy to use. No wire installation is required between the main unit and the remote unit.

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    Changes between indoor and outdoor temperature A4 CLOCK BUTTON Alternates between the time seconds display and the day- of-the-week display; also enables the clock setting mode A5 ALARM BUTTON Displays the alarm set time or activates the alarm function A6 UP [...

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    A17 ALARM TIME INDICATOR Appears when the alarm time is displayed A18 RADIO RECEPTION SIGNAL Identifies the strength of signal received from the US Atomic Clock A19 BATTERY - LOW INDICATOR When displayed indicates that batteries are low and need to be replaced...

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    4. Replace the battery compartment door. MAIN UNIT HOW TO USE THE PROJECTOR The BAR338PA includes a projection function that projects the current time and remote sensor temperature onto a wall, ceiling or other flat surface. To project the time-temperature onto a flat surface: In a darkened room, press [ SNOOZE / LIGHT ], the projection will activate for approximately 5 seconds.

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    HOW TO USE THE PROJECTOR POWER ADAPTER Your BAR338PA comes with an AC power adapter. For continuous projection the AC power adapter must be used. To install the adapter: 1. Unscrew the cover at the bottom of the stand.

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    US time zone of Pacific, Mountain, Central or Eastern. Note that the appropriate time zone needs to be selected each time if the BAR338PA is moved from one time zone to another. Strong signal " for no reception or...

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    CALENDAR CLOCK When travelling outside of the US Atomic Clock signal reception range, the BAR338PA can be manually set to operate as a quartz clock. Note that setting the clock manually will disable the signal reception and synchronization function. To set the clock manually: 1.

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    MAXIMUM AND MINIMUM TEMPERATURES Press [IN/OUT] to select indoor or outdoor temperature display. Then press [MEMORY] repeatedly to scroll through current maximum and minimum temperatures recorded. To clear the memory, select indoor or outdoor temperature display. Then press and hold [MEMORY] for two seconds to clear the memory for the selected display.

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    When it is time to replace batteries, the low-battery indicator will appear. Replace the batteries for the main unit when the indicator appears on the clock window. Do the same for the remote unit when the indicator appears below the OUT icon.

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    Return Material Authorization. A RMA is required prior to returning product to Oregon Scientific, Inc. Please keep your receipt as proof of purchase as the receipt maybe required to substantiate when purchased.

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    NOTE ON COMPLIANCE Warning: Changes or modifications to this unit not expressly approved by the party responsible for compliance could void the user's authority to operate the equipment. FCC : NOTE: This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules.

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