CURRENT TIME AND INDOOR/OUTDOOR
1. Press "FLIP" to rotate projection image 180° clockwise.
2. Press and hold the "FLIP" button for 2 seconds to change
temperature information from outdoor to indoor.
3. Press and hold the "FLIP" button for 2 seconds again, and
the display will switch between indoor and outdoor
temperatures every 5 seconds.
READING THE KINETIC WAVE DISPLAY
The kinetic wave display shows the main unit (receiver) signal
Searching for signal
WWVB RADIO CONTROLLED TIME
The NIST (National Institute of Standards and Technology)
radio station is located in Ft. Collins Colorado. It transmits
an exact time signal continuously throughout the continental
United States at 60 KHz frequency. The Wireless Weather
Projection Clock with Light Detector can receive this WWVB
signal through its internal antenna from up to 2,000 miles away.
Due to the nature of the Earth's ionosphere, reception can be
limited during the daylight hours. The radio controlled clock
will search for an alternate station that derives its signal from
the NIST Atomic clock in Boulder, Colorado.
The WWVB tower icon on the main unit's display will flash
indicating radio signal reception from the WWVB station.
If the tower icon is not fully lit, or if the time is not set
automatically, please consider the following:
* During night-time hours, atmospheric disturbances are
typically less severe and reception may improve.
A single daily reception is sufficient enough to keep
the accuracy reading within 1 second.
* Make sure the main unit is positioned at 8 feet minimum
distance from any interference source such as a TV,
computer monitor, microwave, etc. The successful reception
of the atomic time signal depends on the positioning and
location of the clock. Always place the main unit by the
window for better reception.