La Crosse Technology WT-5721 Instruction Manual

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Radio Controlled Projection Alarm
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    WT-5721 433 MHz Radio Controlled Projection Alarm Instruction Manual PR OJECTION...

  • Page 2: Table Of Contents

    Topic Inventory of Contents/ Additional Equipment About WWVB Quick Set-Up Guide Detailed Set-Up Guide Battery Installation Program Mode Programming Sequence Function Buttons Time Zone Setting DST (Daylight Saving Time) Setting Adjustable Snooze Time Setting Date Setting 12/24-Hour Setting Selecting °F or °C Features &...

  • Page 3: About Wwvb

    1) WT-5721 Alarm Clock 2) TX2U Remote temperature transmitter 3) AC adapter/transformer 4) Instruction manual and warranty card. ADDITIONAL EQUIPMENT (not included) 1) Two fresh 1.5V AA batteries (optional for alarm clock) 2) Two fresh 1.5V AAA batteries (for remote transmitter) FEATURES OF PROJECTION ALARM Operation of these features is in section III.

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    4) If there is no WWVB reception, manually set the time and date (instructions in the Program Mode). 5) Program the settings. 6) Mount the WT-5721 in a suitable location, where WWVB and transmitter signals can be received. 7) Mount the transmitter where remote temperature measurement is desired (on the North side of a house for example).

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    BATTERY INSTALLATION A. REMOTE TEMPERATURE TRANSMITTER 1. Remove the battery cover. Observing the correct polarity, install 2 AAA batteries. The batteries will fit tightly (to avoid start-up problems make sure that they do not spring free during installation). 2. Replace the battery cover. B.

  • Page 6: Function Buttons, Time Zone Setting

    To enter the Program Mode hold down the “SET” button for 1 second, until the time zone (“-5” default) flashes in the lower left. The Program Mode Guide is laid out in a manner that allows you to program each function separately, or you can follow the instructions entirely to program the Projection alarm.

  • Page 7: Time Zone Setting, Dst (daylight Saving Time) Setting, Adjustable Snooze

    displayed to the right of the time display. Atlantic Time Eastern Time (default setting) Central Time Mountain Time Pacific Time Alaskan Time -10h Hawaiian Time -11h, -12h Next two time zones West of HAW Greenwich Mean Time -1h, -2h, -3h Three time zones West of GMT 4.

  • Page 8: Time Setting, Date Setting, Hour Setting

    Note: When the WWVB signal is found, that time will over-ride the manually set time. 1. Hold down the “SET” button for 1 second (the selected time zone will flash), press the “SET” button 3 more times, until the hour flashes in the time LCD.

  • Page 9: Radio-controlled Time

    A. FEATURES 1. Radio-controlled time and date 2. Projection of time and/or remote temperature 3. EL backlight 4. Six modes of date/seconds/temperature display 5. Indoor temperature 6. Remote outdoor temperature 7. Dual alarms 8. Adjustable snooze B. RADIO-CONTROLLED TIME AND DATE 1.

  • Page 10: Projection, El Backlight, Indoor Temperature

    1. When plugged into an AC outlet, the projection alarm can continuously project the time and/or remote temperature. 2. When operating on batteries alone, the Projection Alarm will only project when a button is pressed. 3. The projection will auto-focus for display from three to six feet away. A dark surrounding will be necessary to clearly see the projection.

  • Page 11: Remote Temperature, Time Alarm

    than not the temperature will not be exact with one another. This is not a defect, but simply reflects the difference in measuring methods. The remote temperature is designed for changing temperature at a wide range. F. REMOTE TEMPERATURE 1. The Projection Alarm comes with a remote temperature sensor. When set up properly, the Projection Alarm will receive and display the remote temperature.

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    After entering the alarm setting mode, the alarm is activated (either ALM1 or ALM2). b. To toggle between activating and deactivating the alarm, press either the ALM1 or ALM2 briefly. “(((1)))” or “(((2)))” will be displayed to the right of the time display when the alarm is activated.

  • Page 13: Mounting, Maintenance & Care

    A. The Remote Temperature Transmitter can be mounted in two ways: 1) with the use of screws, or 2) using the adhesive tape. B. MOUNTING WITH SCREWS 1. Remove the mounting bracket from the Remote Temperature Transmitter. The bracket should snap off easily. 2.

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    Problem: The Projection is faint Solution: 1) Change intensity setting 2) Use AC adapter 3) Darken surroundings 4) Use fresh batteries (if AC is not used) Problem: The LCD is faint. Solution: 1) Replace the batteries. Problem: “OFL” appears in the indoor temperature LCD. 1) Move unit to an area with warmer or cooler surrounding Solution: temperature.

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    Temperature: Measuring range: Checking intervals: Power source: AC Adapter (included) Battery type: Battery life: Dimensions (L x W x H): 32°F to 122°F with 0.2°F resolution (indoor) -21.8°F to 140°F with 0.2°F resolution (outdoor) (0°C to 50°C with 0.1°C resolution) Every 10 seconds indoor, 3 times in 10 minutes for remote temperature.

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    WARRANTY INFORMATION La Crosse Technology provides a 1-year warranty on this Projection alarm. Contact La Crosse Technology immediately upon discovery of any defects covered by this warranty. Before sending the Projection alarm in for repairs, contact La Crosse Technology. The Projection alarm will be repaired or replaced with the same or similar model.

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