• Ultra rugged design In observance of European Directive • Water resistant to JIS 4 2002/96/EC on waste electric and • Powered by both Makita battery pack and supplied electronic equipment, 2006/66/EC on power adaptor batteries and accumulators and waste...
Explanation of general view Controls: 9. Input terminal (AUX IN1) 10. Soft bended rod antenna 1. Power and Sleep timer 11. Battery compartment (covering main battery pack and 2. Band/Tuning step selection and Mono button back up batteries) 3. Radio alarm set 12.
Using Supplied AC power adaptor 3-2. Installing or removing Cluster battery cartridge 1. Battery cartridge 1. DC IN socket 2. Input terminal (AUX IN1) Remove the rubber protector and insert the adaptor plug into the DC socket on the front side of the radio. Plug the adaptor into a standard mains socket outlet.
Note: Note: The radio will continue to search next available When the radio is in low battery status, the radio alarm stations if you do not press Scan button again when it can't be activated. finds a radio station. a. Setting radio alarm time: 4.
How to play other audios Display will appear when buzzer alarm has been set. CAUTION: Snooze function Unplug this apparatus before connecting other audios. 1. Whilst the alarm is activated, pressing any buttons • There are 2 AUX in sockets. AUX 1 is located on the except the Power Button will activate the snooze front panel, and AUX 2 is located in the battery function.
Makita Corporation Anjo, Aichi, Japan www.makita.com 3A81QP5Z4000A BMR100_ENGE_0611...