Honeywell TE821WD manual

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    HONE YW EL L T E8 2 1W SEMI - P ROF E SSIO NAL W EA T H ER STA T IO N USE R M A N UAL TE 82 1W[...]

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    2 T able of Cont ent s Introduc t ion 3 Standard Pac kage C ont ents 3 Inst allat ion 3 B efore y ou[...]

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    3 In tro d u ctio n Th ank y ou for s elec ting the H oney w ell Semi -Pr ofess io nal Wea ther Sta [...]

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    4 inter c onnec ting wir es a re r equ ired b etween th e ma in u nit ( rec eiv er) a nd the r emo t[...]

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    5 A . LED IND IC ATOR · Fla sh es onc e w hen th e r emo te s enso r tra ns mits a r ead ing to the[...]

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    6 dir ec t su nlig h t and an extreme w ea th er c ond itio ns. · Idea lly , pla ce th e th er mo -[...]

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    7 E. Ba tter y c o mpa r tment Ho ld s tw o AA- size b a tteries F . Scr ew s Sec u res b atter y co[...]

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    8 · Wall o r po le mo unt A . WIN D V AN E Ind ica tes w ind dir ection B . WIN D CU PS Mea s ures [...]

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    9 Sec u res b atter y co mp artment o n the a nemo meter ba s e A ss embly · Slid e the w ind cu ps[...]

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    10 · Mo on Ph a se c alend ar and h istor ica l da ta for the pa st a nd futur e 3 9 d ay s · D ua[...]

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    1 1 B utt ons and C ont rols G F E D C B A H I J K[...]

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    12 A. UP - Selec ts th e nex t av aila ble w indo w c ounter -clock w ise - Inc r eas es para meter [...]

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    13 In itial Set u p 1. Po w er up ea ch of the r emo tes as ins tru c ted in pr evio us s ec tions .[...]

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    14 2. Time with the C ity ab br ev ia tion 3. Time with the Sec ond s 4. Mo nth / D ay / Y ear o r D[...]

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    15 · Pres s SET to c onfir m s elec tion. · Pres s U P or D OWN to s elec t the c or rec t minu te[...]

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    16 Selec t Pres s ure and Weat her Forec as t Window Pres s U P or D OWN a rrow bu ttons o n th e ma[...]

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    17 D ur ing initial po w er u p (w ithin th e fir st 5 – 10 minu tes ) th e w ea th er sta tion w [...]

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    18 Viewing t he Pres sure, Temperat ure and H umid it y B ar C hart s Th e pr ess u re b ar g ra ph [...]

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    19 N ote: Th e w ea ther for eca st a ccu rac y is appr ox ima tely 70% . D isplay s ho ws 1 2 to 24[...]

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    20 Selec t ing T emperat ure and H umid ity Window Pres s ma in u nit U P o r D OW N a rrow bu ttons[...]

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    21 · In the T emper a tur e a nd Hu mid ity Mo d e, pr ess A LAR M/C H AR T bu tton onc e selec tin[...]

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    22 yes terda y , pa st w eek or pas t month . N ote: Last H our ra infa ll v alu e is dis play ed as[...]

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    23 N ote : Th e w ind s peed alert is set a t 5 mph defa ult a nd th e w ind gu st a ler t is s et t[...]

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    24 · Pres s A LAR M/C HA R T bu tton to c onfir m y o ur selec tio n and retu rn to the w ind aler [...]

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    25 D isable/Enable Sno oz e f unc tion T o ena ble a s no oz e fu nc tion pr ess LIGH T/SN OOZE b ut[...]

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    26 Remot e Sens or St at us Th e w av e ic on a bo ve th e c ur rent c ha nnel d ispla y shows th e [...]

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    27 · T o enfo rc e a n immed iate remo te s igna ls sea rch , press a nd ho ld D OW N a rrow b utto[...]

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    28 applia nc es. Q: “ My weat her s tat ion readings are dif f erent from TV , rad io or of fic ia[...]

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    30 Sp ecifi ca tio n s Radio Frequenc y : 43 3 MH z RF R ec ept ion range : 10 0- 328 feet ( 30 -1 0[...]

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    31 Trans mitting Inter v al: a ro und 4 7 s eco nds Oper ating ra nge: 3 2 8 feet ( 1 00 m) W ind D [...]

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    32 Anemo meter : 2 yea r s Ra in Ga ug e: 2 y ea rs W eight (wit hout bat t eries) Ma in u nit: 8.1 [...]

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    33 DECL AR A T ION OF CONF ORMIT Y Na me: H id ek i Elec tronic s , Inc. Add ress : 7 865 SW Mo h aw[...]