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EN Full Weather St ation wit h Radio Controlled Cloc k (Model #: PS- L0 1 / PS -L0 1U ) User Manual PS-L01_GB-final 8/8/03, 11:35 AM 1[...]
EN PS-L01_GB-final 8/8/03, 11:35 AM 2[...]
EN 1 T ABLE OF CONTENTS About this guide ........................................................ 2 Product overview ....................................................... 3 Getting started .......................................................... 8 Batteries .............................................................. 8 AC power adapter ......[...]
EN 2 ABOUT THIS GUIDE Congratulations on your selection of the Philippe Starck with Oregon Scientific Full W eather Station with Radio Controlled Clock (PS-L01 / PS-L01U). This powerful device bundles time keeping, alarm, indoor and wireless outdoor temperature and humidity monitoring, and weather forecasting into a single tool you can use from the[...]
EN 3 PRODUCT OVERVIEW TOP VIEW DESCRIPTIONS 1. Snooze / Light button ( → 11, 17) 2. Light sensor ( → 17) 1 2 PS-L01_GB-final 8/8/03, 11:35 AM 5[...]
EN 4 LCD DISPLA Y DESCRIPTIONS 1. Low battery icon ( → 8) 2. Clock ( → 10) 3. Barometer ( → 13) 4. Weather forecast ( → 14) 5. Moon phase ( → 12) 6. Calendar ( → 12) 7. T emperature and humidity ( → 14) 8. Alarm ( → 11) 1 2 3 4 6 8 7 5 PS-L01_GB-final 8/8/03, 11:35 AM 6[...]
EN 5 BACK VIEW BUTTON DESCRIPTIONS 1. Select – switch modes / change settings 2. Up – increase setting / activate auto-synch ( → 10) 3. Down – decrease setting / deactivate auto-synch ( → 10) 4. Alarm – activate / deactivate alarm ( → 11) 5. Channel – switch remote unit ( → 15) 2 4 5 1 3 PS-L01_GB-final 8/8/03, 11:35 AM 7[...]
EN 6 BOTTOM VIEW DESCRIPTIONS 1. Battery compartment ( → 8) 2. Light sensitivity knob ( → 18) 3. Reset button ( → 8, 18) 4. Backlight switch ( → 17) 5. DC power input jack ( → 8) NO TE AC power adapter not shown. 5 3 2 1 4 PS-L01_GB-final 8/8/03, 11:35 AM 8[...]
EN 7 REMOTE UNIT DESCRIPTIONS 1. T emperature / T rend display 2. Low battery icon 3. Humidity / T rend / Comfort Level display 4. ° C / ° F switches 5. Channel switches 6. Reset button 7. Battery compartment 8. W all-mount hole 9. Battery compartment lid 7 9 2 3 6 4 1 5 8 PS-L01_GB-final 8/8/03, 11:35 AM 9[...]
EN 8 GETTING ST ARTED BA TTERIES Batteries for the remote and main units are supplied with this product. Replace them whenever the low battery signal ( ) displays. Remove the battery compartment lid on the bottom of the main unit, and insert the batteries. Use a small Phillips screwdriver to remove the remote unit compartment lid. Be sure to match [...]
EN 9 CHANGE SETTINGS Press and hold SELECT for 2 seconds. Then, press UP or DOWN to change each setting. Press SELECT to switch options. REMOTE UNIT SET UP Up to 3 remote units can be used with this product to monitor outdoor temperature and humidity . The measurement unit ( ° C or ° F) and channel number (1, 2, or 3) switches are located in the [...]
EN 10 CLOCK This product can automatically synchronize the date and time with official time-keeping organizations in Frankfurt, Germany (PS-L01) or Rugby , England (PS-L01U). When the unit is within 1500 km (932 miles) of a RF signal, the reception icon will blink during reception. RECEPTION Reception takes 2 – 10 minutes to complete. Once comple[...]
EN 11 SET OR CHANGE THE CLOCK 1. Press SELECT to switch to the Clock Mode. The time will flash. 2. Press and hold SELECT for 2 seconds to enter the setting mode. 3. Select the 12/24-hour format, hour , and minute. Press UP or DOWN to change the setting. Press SELECT to confirm. ALARM When activated, the Melody Alarm starts quietly , then gradually [...]
EN 12 T o turn the alarm off completely (deactivate it for the next day), press ALARM . CALENDAR SET DA TE Clock auto-synchronization must be deactivated before you manually set the date. ( → 10) 1. Press SELECT several times until the calendar area flashes. 2. Press and hold SELECT for 2 seconds to enter the calendar setting mode. 3. Select the [...]
EN 13 BAROMETER This product tracks barometric pressure changes over the past 24 hours to provide the weather forecast ( → 14) and a trend line showing the direction of barometric change. Barometric changes are measured by the main (indoor) unit. BAROMETRIC TREND The barometric trend arrow for the last 30 minutes is always displayed. VIEW THE LAS[...]
EN 14 SET UNIT AND AL TITUDE Y ou can set the unit of measurement (mb/hPa or inHg) and altitude. Setting the altitude allows the product to take more accurate barometric measurements. 1. Press SELECT 2 times until the Barometer Area flashes. 2. Press and hold SELECT for 2 seconds. 3. Select altitude (-100 meters to 2500 meters in increments of 10) [...]
EN 15 Outdoor measurements are collected by the remote unit. T emperature is give at the top; humidity is below . VIEW MIN / MAX / CURRENT MEASUREMENTS Press SELECT 3 times until the T emperature and Humidity Areas flash. Press UP or DOWN to scan the readings. CLEAR MIN / MAX MEASUREMENTS While viewing Min/Max measurements, press and hold UP or DOW[...]
EN 16 NO TE Signals from household electrical appliances such as doorbells and home security systems can cause temporary reception failures between the indoor and outdoor units. This is normal and does not affect the general performance of the product. Reception will automatically resume once the interference ends. COMFOR T ZONE The indoor and outd[...]
EN 17 TRENDS The trend arrow for the last 30 minutes always displays. Indoor and outdoor temperature and humidity trends are shown separately . SET UNIT While in T emperature / Humidity Mode, press SELECT for 2 seconds. Press UP or DOWN to switch between ° C and ° F . Press SELECT to confirm. BACKLIGHT Press SNOOZE/LIGHT to illuminate the backlig[...]
EN 18 2. Move it to the “AUTO” position to enable continuous backlight controlled by light intensity . When activated, the backlight will be on whenever the unit perceives that the room is dark. 3. The Light Sensitivity knob is located in the battery compartment. Rotate to adjust. 4. When activated, the continuous backlight will be half as brig[...]
EN 19 W ARNINGS This product is designed to give you years of service if handled properly . Obser ve the following guidelines: • Never immerse the unit in water . This can cause electrical shock and damage the unit. • Do not subject the main unit to extreme force, shock, or fluctuations in temperature or humidity . • Do not tamper with the in[...]
EN 20 Problem Symptom Remedy Clock Cannot auto- synchronize 1. Remove batteries. 2. Press RESET . All memory items will return to default. 3. Replace batteries. 4. Place clock near window / away from electrical devices, and wait 10 – 20 minutes. Calendar Strange date / month Change language ( → 12) Backlight No continuous backlight Plug in AC p[...]
EN 21 SPECIFICA TIONS Main unit dimensions L x W x H 181 x 45 x 185.3 mm (7.1 x 1.77 x 7.3 inches) W eight 894 grams with battery Remote unit dimensions L x W x H 75 x 35 x 78.3mm (3 x 1.4 x 3.1 inches) W eight 136 grams with battery T emperature Unit ° C or ° F Range Main unit: -5 ˚C to 50 ˚C (23 ˚F to 122 ˚F) Problem Symptom Remedy Cannot c[...]
EN 22 Remote Unit: -20 ˚C to 60 ˚C (-4 ˚F to 140 ˚F) Resolution 0.1 ° C (0.2 ° F) Comfort 20 ° C to 25 ° C (68 ° F to 77 ° F) (see also, Relative humidity) Memory Minimum / maximum T rend +/- 0.5 ˚C (+/- 0.9 ˚F) change Relative humidity Range Main & Remote Unit: 25% to 95% Resolution 1% Comfort 40% to 70% (see also, T emperature) Me[...]
EN 23 Channel No. 1, 2, or 3 Unit ° C or ° F Radio-controlled clock Synchronization Auto or disabled Clock display HH:MM:SS Hour format 12hr AM/PM (MSF format) 24hr (DCF format) Calendar DD/MMM; weekday selection in 5 languages (E, D, F , I, S) Moon phase High, medium, and low tide Alarm 7 melody; 2 minute crescendo Snooze 8 minutes Power Main un[...]
EN R TT&E Compliant Countries: All EC Countries, Switzerland CH , and Norway N © 2003 Oregon Scientific. All rights re served. EC-DECLARA TION OF CONFORMITY This product contains the approved transmitter module TX 07 and complies with the essential requirements of Article 3 of the R&TTE 1999/5/EC Directives, if used for its intended use an[...]