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INTRODUCTION:
The Atomic Projection Alarm features radio-controlled time, indoor and outdoor
temperature on a stylish, colorful, and easy to read display. Time and/or outdoor
temperature can be projected on a wall or ceiling. Use the integrated USB charging
port to charge your devices when the Projection Alarm is plugged into a power
outlet.
ATOMIC PROJECTION ALARM:
SETUP INSTRUCTIONS STEP BY STEP:
STEP 1:
Remove battery cover from Projection Alarm, slide tab up and pull out to remove
the cover.
Insert 2 NEW AA batteries (not included)
into the back of the Projection Alarm.
Observe the correct polarity (see marking
inside the battery compartment).
Do NOT mix old and new batteries.
The Projection Alarm will light up and
display, indoor temperature and time
(12:00).
STEP 2:
Insert the 5 volt AC power adapter into the
designated area on the back of the Projection Alarm.
Insert the power adapter plug into a wall outlet for a continuous backlight.
IMPORTANT: When operating on a/c power, to avoid interference, the backlight,
projection and USB charge port, will turn off while the Projection Alarm searches
for the WWVB signal. The backlight, projection and USB charge port will function
again after the 2-10 minute search .
STEP 3:
Ensure that the outdoor transmitter is within 10 feet of the Projection Alarm during
setup.
Remove battery cover from transmitter: Slide the battery
cover down and lift off the back.
Insert 2 NEW AA batteries into the TX14 transmitter.
Observe the correct polarity.
Keep the Projection Alarm and the transmitter close to each
other (within 10 feet).
Within 3 minutes the Projection Alarm will beep and then
display readings in the Outdoor temperature area.
TROUBLESHOOTING:
If the Projection Alarm does not display the outdoor temperature after 3 minutes,
remove the a/c power adapter and all batteries from both units and start the setup
process again.
If the outdoor temperature does not show up after a second attempt, please slide
open the battery cover of the outdoor transmitter to reveal the TX button push
down on the TX button for 3 seconds to send a wireless signal to the Projection
Alarm.
Hold the +/TEMP button and the Projection Alarm will search for the transmitter.
For optimal 433 MHz reception, the outdoor transmitter should be placed within
200 feet (60 meters) from the Projection Alarm (see positioning outdoor
transmitter).
Note: Use Alkaline batteries (or Lithium for temperatures below - 20°F / -28.8°C).
WWVB RADIO CONTROLLED TIME
The NIST radio station, WWVB, is located in Ft. Collins, Colorado and transmits the
exact time signal continuously throughout the United States at 60 kHz. The signal
can be received up to 2,000 miles away through the internal antenna in the Atomic
Projection Alarm. However, due to the nature of the Earth’s Ionosphere, reception is
very limited during daylight hours. The Atomic Projection Alarm will search for a
signal every night when reception is best.
WWVB RECEPTION ICON with full signal strength will appear on screen if the
reception of WWVB signal is successful.
The tower icon is solid when the Projection Alarm has received the WWVB signal.
The tower icon will flash when searching for a signal.
No tower icon displayed. The Projection Alarm was unable to receive a signal at
this time.
Reposition the Projection Alarm for better signal reception or try again at bedtime.
Hold the -/TIME button to force a signal search at night when reception is best.
The Projection Alarm will start searching at UTC: 07:00 and if no reception on the
first attempt they will try again at 0800, 0900 and 1000. Each attempt will be at
least 2 minutes and the most will be 10 min.
If there is no signal or too much interference the receiver will only be on for 2
minutes.
If the signal is good it may catch a signal in ABOUT 2-3 minutes. If the signal is
marginal it will try to catch a signal for up to 10 minutes.
IMPORTANT: When operating on a/c power, to avoid interference, the backlight,
projection and USB charge port, will turn off while the Projection Alarm searches
for the WWVB signal. The backlight, projection and USB charge port will function
again after the 2-10 minute search which occurs during the late night or early
morning hours.
Note: In case the Atomic Projection Alarm is not able to detect the WWVB signal
(disturbances, transmitting distance, etc.); the time can be manually set.
BUTTON FUNCTIONS:
Button
Press and Release
Functions
Hold 2 seconds
SET/°C/°F
Move through program menu
(setup)
Select temperature in °C/°F
Enter program menu, Set
time, date, etc. (setup)
ALARM
Once: View Alarm
Twice: Activate or Deactivate
Alarm
Alarm set
+/TEMP
1 step forward (setup)
Search for Transmitter
Fast advance (setup)
-/TIME
1 step backward (setup)
Fast backward ( setup)
WWVB Search
PROJECTION
Rotate Projection 90 degrees
Change what is projected:
Time/Outdoor Temp
alternating (default)
Once: Time only
Twice: Outdoor Temp
only
Third time: Time/Outdoor
Temp alternating (default)
SNOOZE/LIGHT
HI/LOW/OFF
Once: Backlight/Projection
low intensity (a/c)
Twice: Backlight/Projection
OFF (a/c)
3rd time: Backlight/Projection
ON high intensity (default,
a/c)
Activate backlight/projection
10 seconds (battery power)
Trigger snooze (alarm
active)
PROGRAM MENU:
The SET/°C/°F button will move through the program menu. The +/TEMP or -/TIME
buttons will change a value.
WWVB ON/OFF: Hold the SET/°C/°F button 5 seconds and WWVB and the word
ON will flash. Press and release the +/TEMP or -/TIME button to turn this to OFF
if you do not wish WWVB reception. Confirm with the SET/°C/°F button and move
to the next item.
TIME ZONE: EST will flash. Press and release the +/TEMP or -/TIME button to
select a different Time Zone: AST=Atlantic, EST= Eastern, CST= Central, MST=
Mountain, PST= Pacific, AKT= Alaska, HAT=Hawaiian time zone. Confirm with the
SET/°C/°F button and move to the next item.
DAYLIGHT SAVING TIME: DST will flash and the word ON. Press and release
the +/TEMP or -/TIME button to turn this to OFF if you do not observe DST.
Confirm with the SET/°C/°F button and move to the next item.
12/24 HOUR TIME: 12H will flash. Press and release the +/TEMP or -/TIME
button to select 24H. Confirm with the SET/°C/°F button and move to the next
item.
HOUR: The hour will flash. Press and release the +/TEMP or -/TIME button to
select the correct hour. Confirm with the SET/°C/°F button and move to the next
item.
MINUTES: The minutes will flash. Press and release the +/TEMP or -/TIME button
to select the correct minutes. Confirm with the SET/°C/°F button and move to the
next item.
YEAR: The year will flash. Press and release the +/TEMP or -/TIME button to
select the correct year. Confirm with the SET/°C/°F button and move to the next
item.
MONTH: The month will flash. Press and release the +/TEMP or -/TIME button to
select the correct month. Confirm with the SET/°C/°F button and move to the next
item.
DATE: The date will flash. Press and release the +/TEMP or -/TIME button to
select the correct date. Confirm with the SET/°C/°F button and exit the program
menu.
Note: The Day of the Week will SET automatically after the year, month and date
are set.
FAHRENHEIT/CELSIUS: Press and release the SET/°C/°F button to select
temperature readings in Fahrenheit or Celsius.
ALARM SET:
ALARM HOUR: Hold the ALARM button to enter alarm time setting mode. The
Alarm Hour will flash. Use the +/TEMP or -/TIME button to Set the Hour. Press
and release the ALARM button.
ALARM MINUTE: The Alarm Minutes will flash. Use the +/TEMP or -/TIME button
to Set the Minutes. Press and release the ALARM button to exit.
ALARM ACTIVATION: ALARM ICON
Press and release the ALARM button once to show Alarm Time.
With the Alarm time showing, press and release the ALARM button to activate the
alarm. The alarm icon appears when alarm is activated.
With the Alarm time showing, press and release the ALARM button to deactivate
the alarm. The alarm icon will disappear when alarm is activated.
SNOOZE:
When the alarm sounds, press the SNOOZE button to trigger snooze alarm for 9
minutes. The snooze icon Zz will flash when the snooze feature is active.
To stop alarm for one day, press AL button, while in snooze mode. The alarm icon
will remain solid.
BACKLIGHT AND PROJECTION INTENSITY: Press and release the
SNOOZE/LIGHT button to adjust the brightness of the backlight and projection
(together):
ON High intensity: The backlight and projection are defaulted to HI when the
Adapter is in use.
ON Low intensity: Press and release SNOOZE/LIGHT button once
OFF: Press and release SNOOZE/LIGHT button
ON High intensity (default): Press and release SNOOZE/LIGHT button
Note: When the Adapter is NOT in use, the High/Low/On/Off features are not
available.

Atomic Projection Alarm

Model: 616-146 | Quick Setup Guide

TIME
O/D TEMP
&
TREND
ARROW
LOW
BATTERY
PROJECTION
ARM
(ADJUSTABLE)
DATE
I/D TEMP
&
TREND
ARROW
SNOOZE/LIGHT/HI/LOW/OFF (TOP)

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Allmänt
Varumärke La Crosse Technology
Modell 616-146
Produkt Klockradio
EAN 41114529001, 757456986067, 836433864564, 0757456986067, 0041114529001, 0836433864564, 7574569860670
Språk Engelsk
Filtyp PDF
Egenskaper
Snooze funktion Ja
Kalender Ja
Termometer Ja
Produktens färg Svart
Vikt & dimension
Djup 50 mm
Höjd 110 mm
Bredd 133 mm
Anslutningar
Antal USB 2.0 anslutningar 1
Display
Skärmtyp Digital
Bakgrundsbelysning Ja
Strömtillförsel
Batterityp AAA
Antal batterier 2
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