Thermor weather station alarm clock manual Have a Thermor Wireless Weather Station FCC ID: OWF-WSRX. It is about 8 years old which shows on it's face: a clock, temp in, temp out, and the day and date (which is also the alarm clock). Many of you have purchased the Thermor weather station last year and have found that it eats batteries in the outside unit like crazy! Well, during one of the Wednesday nights nets on KSR (hosted by yours truly), a suggestion has been made to try and run the transmitter from a couple 'garden night lights'.

• Features of the Home Monitor Features of the Thermometer-Transmitter Sensor Features of the Wind Sensor Features of the Rain Sensor 4. Components of your Home Weather Station 5. Setting up the Weather Station A. Connecting the Sensors C.

Powering up your HWS (for the first time) D. • To understand how to properly install and program your weather station, please read this instruction manual carefully and keep it in a safe place.

The Home Weather Station and its accuracy is meant for personal use. This information should not be used for scientific purposes. • Features of the Home Monitor • Displays time and date with alarm clock • Displays weather conditions and records minimum and maximum values • Displays indoor and outdoor temperature in Fahrenheit (°F) or Celsius (°C) -- user selectable • Displays indoor relative humidity (RH%) •. COMPONENTS OF YOUR HOME WEATHER STATION Before setting up, carefully unpack the contents onto a table or flat surface and check that the following pieces are included in the package: Item Components Fittings Illustration • Main unit • AC/DC 120V power Home Monitor •.

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SETTING UP THE WEATHER STATION CAUTION: Great care must be taken when mounting the Home Weather Station components. The manufacturer/supplier can not be held liable for personal or property damage when setting up the components. Please use caution when choosing a mounting point. • Mounting Wind Sensor First, choose whether the wind sensor will be mounted vertically or horizontally (on a mast). Make sure that you position the wind sensor in a free, open area that is not protected by objects, which may distort or interfere with the wind (e.g.

• Horizontal Mounting Cable Preparation for Horizontal Mounting 1. Run the cable that is already fastened to the wind sensor through the horizontal joining section (see below). Run the cable through the extension pole but do not secure the pole to any sections yet. • Mounting Rain Sensor It is important that the rain sensor has the correct exposure to ensure accurate rainfall measurements.

Place the rain sensor as far away as possible from tall buildings, trees or other obstructions. It is suggested that the rain sensor should be no closer to tall objects or obstructions than twice the height of the object compared to the sensor. • You must insert the cables that run from the outdoor sensors into the corresponding sockets on the thermometer- transmitter before you begin to power up your home weather station. You will see two sockets: one for the wind sensor, another for the rain sensor.

• Power Adaptor: a special transmitter adaptor is available to supply power to the transmitter rather than using batteries. It is a perfect solution for your HWS during extremely cold temperatures in the winter months when batteries may cause problems.

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Please call 1-800-387-8520 for ordering information. Once the batteries have been inserted in the transmitter, 8. LCD OVERVIEW 1. Wind direction 2. Wind speed (km or mph) 3.

Outdoor temperature (°C or °F) 4. Temperature alarm icon 5. Alarm clock icon 7. Relative Humidity (RH%) 8. Rainfall (cm or inches) 9.

Weather forecast icon 10. OPTIMUM VIEWING ANGLE The Home Weather Station can be placed in multiple positions as previously discussed in “Mounting The Home Monitor” on page 5. You must always keep in mind that the LCD screen is constructed with an “optimum viewing angle”. Your eye should be at a 45º. BUTTON BREAKDOWN (Quick Reference) Function Button ALARM • Press and release to enter “Alarm Set Mode” button • Toggles between the multiple segments of the “Alarm Set Mode” • Turns all sounding alarms off (Alarm clock, indoor/outdoor temperature alarms) “+”. SETTING THE HOME MONITOR NOTE: If you pause at any time for more than 7 seconds while setting the time, date, or measurement preferences, the Home Monitor will automatically return to “normal display mode” and exit the “set display mode”. Your inputted information will be saved, however, you must start from step one if you did not complete the settings you intended to input.