Channel 1-3. If you are using more than
one sensor, select a different channel for
3. Set the channel. The switch is located in the battery
4. Place the sensor near the main unit. Press RESET
on the sensor. Then, press and hold MEMORY and
CHANNEL on the main unit to initiate signal sending
between the sensor and the main unit. The reception
icon on the main unit will blink for approximately 3
minutes while it is searching for the sensor. (Refer to
the "Sensor Data Transmission" section for more
5. Close the remote sensor battery compartment.
6. Secure the sensor in the desired location using the
wall mount or table stand.
For best results:
• Insert the batteries and select the channel before
you mount the sensor.
• Place the sensor out of direct sunlight and moisture.
• Do not place the sensor more than 30 metres
(98 feet) from the main (indoor) unit.
• Position the sensor so that it faces the main
(indoor) unit, minimizing obstructions such as
doors, walls, and furniture.
• Place the sensor in a location with a clear view to
the sky, away from metallic or electronic objects.
• Position the sensor close to the main unit during
cold winter months as below-freezing temperatures
may affect battery performance and signal
You may need to experiment with various locations to
get the best results.
Data is sent from the sensor(s) every 40 seconds. The
reception icon shown in the Temperature and Humidity
Areas show the status.
Main unit is searching for
At least 1 channel has been
Channel 1 is selected (number
will change depending on the
sensor you select)
shows in Outdoor
The selected sensor cannot
Temp / Humidity Area be found. Search for the
sensor or check batteries.
SEARCH FOR SENSOR
To search for a sensor, press and hold MEMORY and
CHANNEL (on the main unit) for 2 seconds.
NOTE If the sensor is still not found, check the batteries,
obstructions, and remote unit location.
NOTE Signals from household devices such as doorbells,
electronic garage doors, and home security systems
may cause temporary reception failure. This is normal
and does not affect general product performance. The
reception will resume once the interference ends.
The clock automatically synchronizes the current time
and date when it is brought within range of the radio
signal DCF77 generated from Frankfurt, Germany for
Central Europe (model BAR629HG) or MSF60 generated
from Rugby, England (model BAR629HGU).
NOTE The signals are collected by the main unit when
it is within 1500 km (932 miles) of a signal.
Initial reception takes 2-10 minutes, and is initiated when
you first setup the unit, and whenever you press RESET.
Once complete, the reception icon will stop blinking. The
icon is shown in the Clock Area.
To force a manual search for clock signals, press and
for 2 seconds. If no signal is found, check the
TURN CLOCK ON / OFF
Perform this step if you cannot receive clock signals.
Press and hold
for 2 seconds. Then, manually set the
clock following the "Set Clock" instructions (below).
The signal icon indicates that the clock feature is ON.
No icon means that it is OFF.
SET CLOCK / CALENDAR
You only need to do this if you have disabled the clock
feature (for example, if you are too far from or cannot
receive a signal).
1. Press and hold MODE for 2 seconds. The Clock Area
2. Select the hour, minute, year, month, day, and day of
the week language. Press
3. Press MODE to confirm.
The language options are (E) English, (F) French, (D)
German, (I) Italian, and (S) Spanish.
to change the