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PRIMUS WIRELESS WEATHER STATION
Instructions Manual
Cat. Nr. 35.1099.IT
TABLE OF CONTENTS
TABLE OF CONTENTS ................................................................................................ 35
INTRODUCTION........................................................................................................... 38
INVENTORY OF CONTENTS....................................................................................... 39
FEATURES:.................................................................................................................. 40
WIRELESS DISPLAY ................................................................................................ 40
THERMO-HYGRO SENSOR ..................................................................................... 40
WIND SENSOR ......................................................................................................... 40
RAIN SENSOR .......................................................................................................... 41
SETTING UP: ............................................................................................................... 41
ADDITIONAL NOTES FOR THE SOLAR WIND AND RAIN SENSORS MODES ........ 42
MOUNTING THE SENSORS AND PLACEMENT OF THE WIRELESS DISPLAY:..... 43
WIND SENSOR ......................................................................................................... 44
RAIN SENSOR .......................................................................................................... 44
THERMO-HYGRO SENSOR ..................................................................................... 44
HEAVY WEATHER PC SOFTWARE......................................................................... 44
FUNCTION KEYS:........................................................................................................ 45
SET KEY.................................................................................................................... 45
▲UP ARROW KEY................................................................................................... 45
▼DOWN ARROW KEY ............................................................................................ 45
ALARM KEY .............................................................................................................. 45
MIN/MAX KEY ........................................................................................................... 45
LCD SCREEN............................................................................................................... 46
MODE 1 DISPLAY: .................................................................................................... 46
MODE 2 DISPLAY: .................................................................................................... 46
MANUAL settings:....................................................................................................... 47
LCD CONTRAST SETTING....................................................................................... 47
MANUAL TIME SETTING: ......................................................................................... 47
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    PRIMUS WIRELESS WEATHER STATION
    Instructions Manual
    Cat. Nr. 35.1099.IT

    TABLE OF CONTENTS
    TABLE OF CONTENTS ................................................................................................ 35
    INTRODUCTION........................................................................................................... 38
    INVENTORY OF CONTENTS....................................................................................... 39
    FEATURES:.................................................................................................................. 40
    WIRELESS DISPLAY ................................................................................................ 40
    THERMO-HYGRO SENSOR ..................................................................................... 40
    WIND SENSOR ......................................................................................................... 40
    RAIN SENSOR .......................................................................................................... 41
    SETTING UP: ............................................................................................................... 41
    ADDITIONAL NOTES FOR THE SOLAR WIND AND RAIN SENSORS MODES ........ 42
    MOUNTING THE SENSORS AND PLACEMENT OF THE WIRELESS DISPLAY:..... 43
    WIND SENSOR ......................................................................................................... 44
    RAIN SENSOR .......................................................................................................... 44
    THERMO-HYGRO SENSOR ..................................................................................... 44
    HEAVY WEATHER PC SOFTWARE......................................................................... 44
    FUNCTION KEYS:........................................................................................................ 45
    SET KEY.................................................................................................................... 45
    ▲UP ARROW KEY................................................................................................... 45
    ▼DOWN ARROW KEY ............................................................................................ 45
    ALARM KEY .............................................................................................................. 45
    MIN/MAX KEY ........................................................................................................... 45
    LCD SCREEN............................................................................................................... 46
    MODE 1 DISPLAY: .................................................................................................... 46
    MODE 2 DISPLAY: .................................................................................................... 46
    MANUAL settings:....................................................................................................... 47
    LCD CONTRAST SETTING....................................................................................... 47
    MANUAL TIME SETTING: ......................................................................................... 47
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    12/24 HOUR TIME DISPLAY SETTING: ................................................................... 48
    CALENDAR SETTING: .............................................................................................. 48
    °F/°C TEMPERATURE UNIT SETTING .................................................................... 49
    WIND SPEED UNIT SETTING .................................................................................. 49
    RAINFALL UNIT SETTING ........................................................................................ 50
    RELATIVE AIR PRESSURE UNIT SETTING ............................................................ 50
    RELATIVE PRESSURE REFERENCE VALUE SETTING......................................... 51
    WEATHER TENDENCY SENSITIVITY LEVEL SETTING ......................................... 51
    STORM WARNING THRESHOLD VALUE SETTING................................................ 52
    STORM ALARM ON/ OFF SETTING......................................................................... 52
    WIND DIRECTION DISPLAY TYPE SETTING.......................................................... 52
    FACTORY RESET PROCEDURE ............................................................................. 53
    TO EXIT THE MANUAL SETTING MODE................................................................. 54
    WEATHER ALARM OPERATIONS.............................................................................. 54
    THE FOLLOWING WEATHER ALARMS CAN BE ADDJUSTED IN ALARM SETTING
    MODE ........................................................................................................................ 54
    DEFAULT WEATHER ALARM VALUES: .................................................................. 55
    PRESSURE ALARMS................................................................................................ 55
    INDOOR TEMPERATURE ALARMS ......................................................................... 56
    INDOOR HUMIDITY ALARMS................................................................................... 56
    OUTDOOR TEMPERATURE ALARMS ..................................................................... 57
    OUTDOOR HUMIDITY ALARMS............................................................................... 57
    WIND GUST ALARM ................................................................................................. 58
    WIND DIRECTION ALARM ....................................................................................... 58
    24H RAINFALL ALARM ............................................................................................. 59
    HYSTERESIS ............................................................................................................... 60
    WEATHER FORECAST AND WEATHER TENDENCY ............................................... 60
    WEATHER FORECASTING ICONS: ......................................................................... 60
    WEATHER TENDENCY INDICATOR........................................................................ 61
    AIR PRESSURE HISTORY (ELECTRONIC BAROMETER WITH BAROMETRIC
    PRESSURE TREND) .................................................................................................... 61
    WIND DIRECTION AND WIND SPEED MEASUREMENT........................................... 62
    RAINFALL MEASUREMENT ....................................................................................... 63
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    VIEWING THE MIN/MAX WEATHER DATA ................................................................ 63
    RESET THE MINIMUM AND MAXIMUM WEATHER DATA...................................... 63
    TOTAL RAINFALL AMOUNT..................................................................................... 63
    SPECIFICATIONS: ....................................................................................................... 64
    INDOOR TEMPERATURE......................................................................................... 64
    OUTDOOR TEMPERATURE / DEW POINT ............................................................. 64
    INDOOR HUMIDITY .................................................................................................. 64
    OUTDOOR HUMIDITY .............................................................................................. 64
    WIND SPEED/ GUST ................................................................................................ 64
    WIND CHILL/ DEW POINT ........................................................................................ 64
    RAINFALL (24H ; TOTAL) ......................................................................................... 64
    OUTDOOR DATA RECEPTION ................................................................................ 64
    AIR PRESSURE ........................................................................................................ 64
    TRANSMISSION RANGE .......................................................................................... 65
    POWER CONSUMPTION.......................................................................................... 65
    DIMENSIONS (L X W X H) ........................................................................................ 65
    WASTE DISPOSAL ...................................................................................................... 65

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    INTRODUCTION

    C

    ongratulations on purchasing this state-of-the-art weather station. Featuring time,
    date, calendar, weather forecast, wind gust and wind speed, indoor/outdoor
    temperature and humidity, air pressure and rainfall, this weather station will provide
    you with various weather information and weather forecasts.
    Heavy Weather Pro software allows you to use a PC to monitor and record weather
    data received from your wireless weather station via a proprietary USB device that was
    provided with your 2800 series weather station.
    You can monitor and record a variety of data collected by your weather station including
    both indoor and external values sampled by the various weather station sensors.
    You can also review weather history data, and analyze trends and tendencies over time
    using the software's charts and graphing features.
    Download the PRIMUS PC software free from the service/downloads area of www.tfadostmann.de.
    BEFORE YOU USE IT
    Please be sure to read the instruction manual carefully.
    This information will help you to familiarise yourself with your new device, learn all of its
    functions and parts, find out important details about its first use and how to operate it,
    and get advice in the event of faults.
    Following the instruction manual for use will prevent damage to the device and loss of
    your statutory rights arising from defects due to incorrect use.
    We shall not be liable for any damage occurring as a result of not following these
    instructions. Likewise, we take no responsibility for any incorrect readings and for any
    consequences which may result from them.
    Please take particular note of the safety advice!
    Please look after this manual for future reference.
    FOR YOUR SAFETY:
    • The product is exclusively intended for the field of application described above. The
    product should only be used as described within these instructions.
    • Unauthorised repairs, modifications or changes to the product are prohibited.
    • The product is not to be used for medical purpose or for public information, but is
    intended solely for home use.
    Caution!
    Risk of injury:


    Keep these instruments and the batteries out of reach of children.

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    Batteries must not be thrown into the fire, short-circuited, taken apart or recharged.
    Risk of explosion!
    Batteries contain harmful acids. Low batteries should be changed as soon as
    possible to prevent damage caused by a leaking battery. Never use a combination of
    old and new batteries together or batteries of different types.
    Remove the batteries if you do not use the product for a lengthy period.
    Wear chemical-resistant protective gloves and glasses when handling leaked
    batteries.
    Special care shall be taken when handling a damaged LCD display. The liquid
    crystals can be harmful to user's health.
    Never touch the exposed electronic circuit of the device as there is a danger of
    electric shock should it become exposed.

    ! Important information on product safety!
    • Extreme temperatures, vibration and shock should be avoided as these may cause
    damage to the unit and give inaccurate forecasts and readings.
    • Do not expose the units to extreme and sudden temperature changes, this may lead
    to rapid changes in forecasts and readings and thereby reduce their accuracy.
    • When cleaning the display and casings, use a soft damp cloth only. Do not use
    solvents or scouring agents as they may mark the LCD and casings.
    • Do not submerge the unit in water.
    INVENTORY OF CONTENTS
    Carefully open the package and check that the following contents are complete:
    Wind Sensor

    Rain Sensor

    ThermoHygro
    Sensor

    Wireless Display USB
    Transceiver








    Mast holder
    Right angle
    adaptor

    1 x U-bolts
    2 Washers
    + 2 Nuts
    Plastic
    Reset Rod


    Base sensor,
    funnel top cover •
    and battery
    cover (pre•
    assembled)


    Rain
    protection

    cover
    Wall
    mount
    adapter
    Mounting
    screws
    Plastic
    anchors
    for screws

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    Detachable
    stand

    USB
    wireless
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    FEATURES:
    WIRELESS DISPLAY




















    Time display in 12/24 hour time format
    Automatic time and date (PC time) update from USB
    transceiver if connected
    Calendar display (date, month, year)
    Weather forecast with 3 weather icons (sunny,
    cloudy, and rainy) with weather tendency indicator
    Temperature display in °C/°F
    Humidity display in RH%
    Dew point display in °F/°C

    Wind chill display in °F / °C
    MIN/MAX values of indoor/outdoor temperature, indoor/outdoor humidity, dew point
    display with time and date of recording
    Relative air pressure reading in hPa/ inHg
    24h/72h history graph selectable
    Wind speed displayed in km/h, m/s, mph, knots, and Beaufort scale
    Wind speed & direction with LCD compass display (16 steps/ 22.5 degree)
    MAX records for wind gust with time & date of recording
    Rainfall display in mm/inch
    Rainfall data for total rain, last hour, last 24h, last week, last month
    Weather alarm modes: temperature, humidity, wind gust, wind direction, air pressure,
    24h rain and storm warning
    LCD contrast setting
    Storage of 1750 sets of weather records with user selectable recording interval from
    1 minute to 24 hours

    THERMO-HYGRO SENSOR



    Transmission of temperature and humidity data
    Transmission range: about 100 meters (Open field, free of
    obstructions)

    WIND SENSOR




    100% solar-powered with built-in rechargeable alkaline
    power cell
    High-efficient solar panels maintain operation throughout
    all seasons
    Transmission range: about 50 meters (Open field, free of
    obstructions)

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    RAIN SENSOR





    100% solar-powered with built-in rechargeable alkaline
    power cell
    High-efficient solar panels maintain operation throughout
    all seasons
    Self-emptying bucket
    Transmission range: about 50 meters (Open field, free of
    obstructions).

    SETTING UP:
    IMPORTANT: Make sure to observe the correct polarity when inserting batteries. The
    "+" markings on the batteries must line up with the diagrams inside the battery
    compartments. Inserting the batteries incorrectly may result in permanent damage
    to the units. During the setup process, place the wireless display and the outdoor
    sensors on a surface with 1-3 meters between the sensors and the display. Only use
    Alkaline Batteries for the Wireless Display and Thermo-hygro sensor,
    rechargeable batteries may not work.
    1. It is important to allow sufficient light to reach the Press Reset Button on Bottom
    of the Wind Sensor (Solar
    solar panel while activating the wind sensor.
    Panel Must Face Light)
    Make sure the lights are on in the setup room
    and the solar panel is facing a 60W light bulb or
    brighter - do not cover with hands or other
    objects. Remove the black protective foil on the
    solar panel and use the provided plastic reset rod
    to gently press the reset button once in the hole
    on the bottom of the sensor.
    2. Twist open the top of the solar rain sensor. Remove the securing tape from the
    seesaw and the black protective cover from the solar panel. Swing the seesaw
    once to ‘wake-up’ the rain sensor. The solar rain sensor should then be placed
    under a bright environment in order to charge up the rechargeable batteries.
    IMPORTANT: Completely reset the rain sensor:
    a. Unscrew the battery cover on bottom of the rain sensor and remove the
    rechargeable batteries
    Unscrew Battery
    Cover on Bottom on
    b. Completely cover the solar panel to
    the Rain Sensor
    block any light source
    c. Wait 20s, then re-insert the 2 x AA
    Top view
    rechargeable batteries and re-screw the
    Cover
    battery compartment back
    completely the
    d. Wait 2s, and uncover the solar panel
    Solar Panel
    e. Swing the seesaw once and put the rain
    cover top back.
    Seesaw

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    f. Place the solar rain senor under bright environment to charge-up the
    rechargeable batteries.
    3. Insert two "C" size batteries into the thermo-hygro sensor with the correct polarity.
    4. Insert three "C" size batteries into the wireless display with the correct polarity.
    NOTE: Every time the wireless display receives data from the sensors, the
    wireless icons will blink once and then return to solid if the last transmission
    was successful. A wind speed or rainfall amount that reads "0" does not mean
    reception failure, it means that there was no wind or rain at the time of the last
    measurement. The thermo-hygro sensor syncs with the wind and rain sensors
    and sends all outdoor sensor data to the display. The thermo-hygro sensor tries
    for 7 minutes to sync to the wind sensor and for the rain sensor. If not successful
    within 7 minutes, the thermo-hygro sensor will stop looking for the other sensors.
    5. Setup troubleshooting: If the sensor data fails to display for any of the outdoor
    sensors within 10 minutes, (“- - -“ is displayed), remove the batteries from all
    units (except for the Wind Sensor) for 1 minute and start the Setup procedure
    again at Step 1 and completely reset the solar Rain Sensor (see Step 2:
    Important).
    ADDITIONAL NOTES FOR THE SOLAR WIND AND RAIN SENSORS MODES:
    IDLE MODE
    This mode aims to reduce the power consumption of the transmitter. Under this mode,
    the sensor stops the transmission of signal, checks the battery voltage and detects the
    solar cell condition. The IDLE mode happens if the battery voltage is low.
    Note: The sensor will check and charge up the rechargeable battery automatically.
    When it detects that the battery voltage is sufficiently charged up and high enough, the
    transmission of signal starts again.
    STOP MODE
    It is the most energy saving mode. Under this mode, the transmitter stops the
    transmission of signal. There is no checking of the battery voltage and no detection of
    the solar cell condition. The STOP mode happens:



    If the user covers the solar cell for 10 seconds and presses the RESET
    button (Wind Sensor).
    If the sensor(s) is(are) placed in the dark environment for 72 hours.

    Note:



    To restart the Solar Wind sensor, user should spin the wind cups or place
    the sensor in a bright environment, then press the RESET button once to
    wake it up again.
    To restart the Solar Rain Sensor, should swing the seesaw or, follow the
    SETTING UP, Step 2: Important instructions to completely reset the sensor.

    IMPORTANT! During the restart process, if the battery voltage is sufficiently high
    enough, the transmission of signal starts again. However, if the battery voltage is low,
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    the sensor(s) enters the IDLE mode. User should place the sensor(s) under a bright
    environment in order to charge up the rechargeable batteries.
    MOUNTING THE SENSORS AND PLACEMENT OF THE WIRELESS DISPLAY:
    IMPORTANT: Ensure that all of the sensor data can be received at the intended
    mounting locations before you drill mounting holes. The outdoor sensors have a
    wireless range of 50 meters. Keep in mind that the 50 meters range equates to an
    open air scenario with no obstructions. Each obstruction (roof, walls, floors, ceilings,
    etc.) will reduce the range.
    Wind Sensor
    Solar Panels
    Faces True South

    50 meters
    (max.)
    25 meters
    (max.)

    Solar
    Rain Sensor
    100 meters
    (max.)

    50 meters
    (max.)
    * Wind and Rain Sensors should be located on
    the same side of the house as the Thermohygro Sensor to ensure the signal strength

    The thermo-hygro sensor measures outdoor temperature & humidity and collects the
    data from the wind and the rain sensors and sends all outdoor weather data to the
    wireless display, so the thermo-hygro sensor must be within the 100 meters wireless
    range of the wireless display. This allows the wind and rain sensors to be placed
    relative to the thermo-hygro sensor rather than the wireless display. See Wireless Data
    Diagram above.



    The wind and rain sensors must be mounted within the 50 meters wireless range of
    the thermo-hygro sensor and on the same side of the house.
    The wireless display must be within the 25 meters wireless range of the USB
    transceiver to send weather data to the PC.

    If the sensor wireless icons drop from the display as you move them into their
    intended locations, the sensors may be too far from the wireless display. Try moving
    the wireless display or the sensors closer and wait a few minutes to see if the wireless
    icons display again. If the wireless icons are still not displayed after re-positioning
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    the sensors or the wireless display, press and hold the ▲UP ARROW key for 2 seconds
    to re-synchronize the wireless display with the sensors.
    WIND SENSOR
    The wind sensor must be installed with the front of the sensor (the solar panel)
    facing true South, or the reported wind direction will not be accurate. Mount within the
    50 meters wireless range of the thermo-hygro sensor and on the same side of the
    house. The roof may or may not be an ideal mounting location. Secure the main unit to
    the shaft of the mast holder. Use the right-angle adaptor if the wind sensor will be
    mounted on a horizontal mast or surface.
    Fasten the wind sensor to a suitable mast using the two U-bolts, washers and nuts
    included. Note: Mount the wind sensor onto a mast so the wind can reach the sensor
    unobstructed from all directions for an accurate reading. The ideal mast is between
    15.75mm and 33mm in diameter. The wind sensor DOES NOT have replaceable
    batteries, it consumes solar power and charges the internal battery pack automatically.
    RAIN SENSOR
    The rain sensor should be mounted on a level surface in an open area and bright area
    within the 50 meters wireless range of the thermo-hygro sensor and on the same side
    of the house. Mount the rain sensor at least 0.30 meter off the ground level for optimum
    wireless transmission. The rain sensor should be accessible to allow for period cleaning
    of debris or insects.
    THERMO-HYGRO SENSOR
    The thermo-hygro sensor is "weather resistant", but not "water proof". To ensure an
    extended life of your sensor, mount it in a semi-covered place out of the elements. An
    ideal location for the thermo-hygro sensor is under the eaves on the North side of the
    house to avoid the effects of sunlight. Mount the sensor 0.5 meter down from the eaves
    to ensure optimum performance. This way the weather data collected by the sensor will
    not be affected by the temperature of the air coming out of the attic.
    To wall mount the thermo-hygro sensor, fix the wall holder onto the desired wall using
    the included screws, plug the sensor firmly into the wall holder and replace the rain
    cover if it is not already in place. Note: After mounting the units, if the weather data is
    not received, press and hold the ▲UP ARROW key for 2 seconds to synchronize the
    wireless display to the sensors.
    HEAVY WEATHER PC SOFTWARE
    Use your PC to store and graph the latest weather data collected by the weather station.
    Download the Heavy Weather PC software from www.tfa-dostmann.de.
    The Heavy Weather Pro User's Guide available on the download page details the
    computer requirements, installation and usage instructions.

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    FUNCTION KEYS:
    SET key
    • Press and hold for 3 seconds to enter the SET mode, where the following can be
    changed: LCD contrast, Manual time setting, 12/24 hour time display, Calendar
    setting, ºF/ ºC temperature unit, Wind speed unit, Rainfall unit, Pressure unit,
    Relative pressure reference setting, Weather tendency threshold setting, Storm
    warning threshold setting and Storm Alarm On/ Off setting, Wind direction display
    type, Factory reset
    • Press to toggle between the display of Mode 1 or Mode 2:
    • Mode 1: "Wind speed + outdoor temp + 24 hr. pressure history graph"
    • Mode 2: "Gust + Dew Point temp + 72 hr. pressure history graph "
    • In the weather alarm setting mode, press and release to switch the weather
    alarm On/ Off
    • In the weather alarm setting mode, press and hold to adjust the weather alarm
    value
    • Stop the alarm during the time alarm or weather alarm ringing
    ▲UP ARROW key
    • Press to toggle between the display of seconds or date in the time display
    • Press to increase the level of different settings in SET mode
    • Stop the alarm during the time alarm or weather alarm ringing
    • Press to reset the MIN/MAX record when in MIN/MAX display mode
    • Press and hold for 2 seconds to synchronize the Wireless Display to the sensors
    ▼DOWN ARROW key
    • Press to switch the rainfall display mode: Total, 1h, 24h, week, month
    • Press to decrease the level of different settings in SET mode
    • Stop the alarm during the time alarm or weather alarm ringing
    ALARM key
    • Press to enter the time alarm and weather alarm setting mode
    • Confirm particular alarm setting
    • Press to exit the manual setting mode
    • Stop the alarm during the time alarm or weather alarm ringing
    • Press to exit max/ min record display mode
    MIN/MAX key
    • Press to display minimum and maximum records of various weather data
    • Stop the alarm during the time alarm or weather alarm ringing
    • Press to exit the manual setting mode
    • Press to exit the weather alarm setting mode

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    LCD SCREEN
    When the signal from the transmitter is successfully received by the Weather Station,
    the icon will be switched on. (If not successful, the icon will not be shown on the
    LCD). User can see whether the last reception was successful ( icon is on) or not (
    icon is off). Blinking of the icon shows that a reception is in process.

    Indoor Temperature

    Pressure History Graph
    Wind Direction
    Barometric Pressure
    Wind Speed
    Forecast Icon and Weather
    Tendency Arrows
    Time and Date

    Indoor Humidity
    Outdoor Temperature
    Outdoor Humidity
    Rainfall Amount

    Wind Chill



    Press the SET key to toggle between Mode 1 and Mode 2 display:

    Mode 1 display:



    Pressure history graph displays 24 hour history
    Outdoor temperature displayed in the outdoor
    section
    Wind speed displayed in the wind section





    Pressure history graph displays 72 hour history
    Dew point displayed in the outdoor section
    Wind gust displayed in the wind section




    MODE 2 DISPLAY:

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    MANUAL SETTINGS
    Press and hold the SET key for 3 seconds to enter the SET mode. If you wait 30
    seconds without pressing any keys while in SET mode, the display will automatically
    return to Mode 1 display.
    While in SET mode, each press of the SET key will advance to the next SET mode item.
    1. LCD contrast setting
    2. Manual time setting
    3. 12/24 hour time display
    4. Calendar setting
    5. °F/ °C temperature unit setting
    6. Wind speed unit
    7. Rainfall unit setting
    8. Air pressure unit setting
    9. Relative pressure reference value setting
    10. Weather tendency threshold value
    11. Storm warning threshold value
    12. Storm alarm On/ Off setting
    13. Wind direction display type
    14. Factory Reset
    LCD CONTRAST SETTING
    The LCD contrast can be set within 8 levels, from "Lcd 1" to "Lcd 8" (default setting is
    "Lcd 5"):

    1. Press and hold the SET key for 3 seconds, the contrast level digit will start
    flashing.
    2. Press the ▲UP ARROW key or ▼DOWN ARROW key to adjust the level of
    contrast.
    3. Press the SET key to confirm and to enter the MANUAL TIME SETTING.
    MANUAL TIME SETTING
    The time will be updated automatically with the time from the computer when the display
    is synchronized with the USB transceiver and connected to the Heavy Weather Pro
    software. The time can also be set manually by following the steps below:

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    1. The hour digit is flashing.
    2. Press the ▲UP ARROW key or ▼DOWN ARROW key to set the hour.
    Continually holding the key will increase the digit faster.
    3. Press the SET key to switch to the minutes. The minute digit will start flashing.
    4. Press the ▲UP ARROW key or ▼DOWN ARROW key to set the minute.
    Continually holding the key will increase the digit faster.
    5. Press the SET key to confirm and to enter the 12/24 HOUR TIME DISPLAY
    SETTING.
    12/24 HOUR TIME DISPLAY SETTING
    The time can be set to view as 12-hour or 24-hour format. The default time-display
    mode is 24-h. To set to 12-h time display:

    1. The 24h or 12h digit is flashing
    2. Press the ▲UP ARROW key or ▼DOWN ARROW key to toggle the value.
    3. Press the SET key to confirm and to enter the CALENDAR SETTING.
    Remarque:
    • 24h time display format will show: Day/ Month/ Year
    • 12h time display format will show: Month/ Day/ Year
    CALENDAR SETTING
    The default date is 1. 1. of year 2009. The date will be updated automatically with the
    date from the computer when the display is synchronized with the USB transceiver and
    connected to the Heavy Weather Pro software. The date can also be set manually by
    following the steps below.

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    1. The year digit starts flashing.
    2. Press the ▲UP ARROW key or ▼DOWN ARROW key to set the year. The
    range runs from "00" (2000) to "99" (2099). Hold the key in to change the value
    faster.
    3. Press the SET key to confirm the year and enter the month setting. The month
    digit will start flashing.
    4. Press the ▲UP ARROW key or ▼DOWN ARROW key to set the month. Hold
    the key in to change the value faster..
    5. Press the SET key to confirm the month and enter the date setting mode. The
    day digit will start flashing.
    6. Press the ▲UP ARROW key or ▼DOWN ARROW key to set the day. Hold the
    key in to change the value faster..
    7. Press the SET key to confirm and to enter the °F/°C TEMPERATURE UNIT
    SETTING.
    °F/°C TEMPERATURE UNIT SETTING
    The temperature can be displayed in °C or °F. (default °C).

    1. The temperature unit is flashing
    2. Press the ▲UP ARROW key or ▼DOWN ARROW key to toggle between “°F” or
    “°C”.
    3. Press the SET key to confirm and to enter the WIND SPEED UNIT SETTING.
    WIND SPEED UNIT SETTING
    The wind speed unit can be set as mph (mile per hour), km/h (kilometer per hour), knots,
    Bft (Beaufort scale), or m/s (meter per second). The default unit is km/h.

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    1. The wind speed unit is flashing.
    2. Press the ▲UP ARROW key or ▼DOWN ARROW key to toggle between the
    unit “mph”, “km/h”, "bft", "knots" or “m/s”.
    3. Press the SET key to confirm and to enter the RAINFALL UNIT SETTING.
    RAINFALL UNIT SETTING
    The rainfall unit can be set as inch or mm. The default unit is mm.

    1. The rainfall unit is flashing.
    2. Press the ▲UP ARROW key or ▼DOWN ARROW key to toggle between the
    unit “inch” or “mm”
    3. Press the SET key to confirm and to enter the RELATIVE AIR PRESSURE UNIT
    SETTING
    RELATIVE AIR PRESSURE UNIT SETTING
    The relative air pressure can be set as inHg or hPa. The default unit is hPa.

    1. The relative air pressure unit is flashing.
    2. Press the ▲UP ARROW key or ▼DOWN ARROW key to toggle between the
    unit “inHg" or “hPa”
    3. Press the SET key to confirm and to enter the RELATIVE PRESSURE
    REFERENCE VALUE SETTING.
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    RELATIVE PRESSURE REFERENCE VALUE SETTING
    Note: The default reference pressure-value of the barometer is 1013 hPa when
    batteries are first inserted. For an exact measurement, it is necessary to first adjust
    the barometer to your local relative air pressure (related to elevation above sea
    level). Ask for the current atmospheric pressure of your home area (Local weather
    service, the world wide web, optician, calibrated instruments in public buildings, airport).
    Note: This feature is useful for those who live at elevations above sea level, but
    want their air pressure display to be based on sea level elevation.
    The relative air pressure can be manually set to another value within the range of 920 to
    1080 hPa (27.10 to 31.90 inHg) for a better reference.

    1. The current relative pressure value will start flashing
    2. Press the ▲UP ARROW key or ▼DOWN ARROW key to increase or decrease
    the value. Continually holding the key will allow the value to increase faster.
    3. Press the SET key to confirm and to enter the WEATHER TENDENCY
    SENSITIVITY VALUE SETTING.
    WEATHER TENDENCY SENSITIVITY LEVEL SETTING
    Set the switching sensitivity value, 2,3 or 4 hPa (.06, .09, or .12 inHg) for the change in
    the display of weather icons. This represents the "sensitivity" of the weather forecast
    (the smaller the value selected, the more sensitive the weather forecast). The default
    value is 3 hPa. Select lower numbers for high humidity areas, i.e. Oceanside. Select
    high numbers for arid areas, i.e. desert.

    1. The sensitivity value and tendency arrow will start flashing
    2. Press the ▲UP ARROW key or ▼DOWN ARROW key to select the value.
    3. Press the SET key to confirm and to enter the STORM WARNING SENSITIVITY
    SETTING.
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    STORM WARNING THRESHOLD VALUE SETTING
    Define a switching sensitivity value for the Storm warning display at a decrease of air
    pressure from 3hPa to 9hPa (.09 inHg to .27 inHg) over 6 hours. (Default 5 hPa).

    1. The sensitivity value and tendency arrows will start flashing.
    2. Press the ▲UP ARROW key or ▼DOWN ARROW key to select the value.
    3. Press the SET key to confirm and to enter the STORM ALARM ON/OFF
    SETTING.
    STORM ALARM ON/ OFF SETTING
    Switch the Storm Warning Alarm On or Off (Default OFF).

    1. The digit "AOFF" will start flashing.
    2. Press the ▲UP ARROW key or ▼DOWN ARROW key to switch On or Off the
    alarm. ("AOFF" = Off; "AON" = On)
    3. Press the SET key to confirm and to enter the WIND DIRECTION DISPLAY
    TYPE SETTING.
    Note: If a storm warning alarm is activated, the downward weather tendency arrow
    will be flashing. (See WEATHER TENDENCY INDICATOR below).
    WIND DIRECTION DISPLAY TYPE SETTING
    The wind direction can be displayed using either compass directions or degree
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    1. The wind direction will start flashing.
    2. Press the ▲UP ARROW key or ▼DOWN ARROW key to toggle from compass
    directions to degree measurements.
    3. If you do not wish to reset the display to factory defaults, simply press the
    ALARM or MIN/MAX key, or wait until the SET mode times out and returns to the
    normal display mode.
    4. If you wish to perform a FACTORY RESET, press the SET key to confirm and to
    enter the FACTORY RESET PROCEDURE. SEE WARNINGS in the FACTORY
    RESET section.
    FACTORY RESET PROCEDURE
    WARNING:
    Performing a factory reset will erase all MIN/MAX values and weather data stored
    in the display's internal memory and return the weather units settings back to the factory
    defaults. If you have not yet uploaded the data to the Heavy Weather Pro software, the
    data will be lost.
    If you do not wish to reset the display to factory defaults either:
    • press the MIN/MAX key or the ALARM key, or
    • simply wait until the SET mode times out and returns to the Mode 1 display
    (normal mode).
    To reset the display to factory defaults, follow the procedure below:
    WARNING:
    A factory reset will erase the connection between the display and the thermohygro sensor and require the connection to be re-established.

    1. "rES oFF" will start flashing.
    2. Use the ▲UP ARROW key to turn "rES on".
    3. Press the SET key to confirm and a countdown timer will begin counting down
    from "127" When the timer displays "dOnE", you must remove the batteries from
    the display for 10 minutes. While the batteries are out of the display, also remove
    the batteries from the thermo-hygro sensor.
    4. After waiting for 10 minutes, insert the batteries into the thermo-hygro sensor,
    making sure to align the "+" symbol on the batteries with the markings on the
    battery cover and inside the battery compartment.

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    5. Within 2 minutes of inserting the batteries into the thermo-hygro sensor, insert
    the batteries into the display, making sure to align the "+" symbol on the batteries
    with the markings inside the battery compartment.
    6. Wait 5 minutes for the outdoor weather data to display. If any of the outdoor data
    displays "--" after waiting for 5 minutes, follow the "Setting Up" Procedure near
    the beginning of this manual or in the Quick Set Up Manual included with the
    product.
    TO EXIT THE MANUAL SETTING MODE
    To exit the manual setting anytime during the manual setting modes, either:
    • Press the ALARM key or the MIN/MAX key or
    • Simply wait 30 seconds until the SET mode time out and return to the Mode 1
    display (normal mode).
    WEATHER ALARM OPERATIONS
    The Weather alarms can be set when certain weather conditions are met according to
    your requirements. For example, you can set the thresholds for the outdoor temperature
    to +40°C (high) and -10°C (low), while enabling the high alarm and disabling the low
    alarm (i.e. temperatures <-10°C won’t trigger alarm, but temperatures >+40°C will).


    If the value meets the condition for high alarm or low alarm, the buzzer will ring for 2
    minutes and the value will blink, along with the corresponding icon ("HI AL"/ "LO AL").



    Press any key to stop a ringing alarm.



    The high and low alarms can be switched On/Off independently, according to your
    needs.



    If at any time during the alarm setting process you would like to exit alarm setting
    mode, press the MIN/MAX key or wait for about 30 seconds and the display will
    return to normal display mode automatically.



    In normal display mode, press the ALARM key to enter ALARM mode. Subsequent
    presses of the ALARM key will advance to the next weather alarm section.

    Note: Weather alarms can also be set from the Heavy Weather Pro software.
    Consult the Heavy Weather Pro User’s Guide for instructions.
    THE FOLLOWING WEATHER ALARMS CAN BE ADJUSTED IN ALARM SETTING
    MODE
    • High and Low pressure alarms
    • High and Low indoor temperature alarms
    • High and Low indoor humidity alarms
    • High and Low outdoor temperature alarms
    • High and Low outdoor humidity alarms
    • High wind gust alarm
    • Wind direction alarm
    • High rainfall amount in 24 hour period alarm
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    DEFAULT WEATHER ALARM VALUES
    Pressure
    Temperature (In or
    Out)
    Relative Humidity
    (In or Out)

    Low
    High
    Low
    High
    Low
    High

    960 hPa
    1040 hPa
    0°C
    40°C
    45%
    70%

    Wind gust
    Rainfall in 24 hours

    High 100 km/h
    High 50 mm

    PRESSURE ALARMS

    1. In the normal display mode, press the ALARM key once. The high pressure
    alarm display will be shown.
    2. Press and hold the SET key for about 2 seconds. The pressure digit will start
    flashing.
    3. Press the ▲UP ARROW key or ▼DOWN ARROW key to set the high pressure
    alarm value. Hold the arrow key in to change the value faster.
    4. Press the ALARM key to confirm the setting. The digit will stop flashing.
    5. Press the SET key to switch the alarm on or off. The ((( ))) icon indicates the
    alarm is switched on.
    6. Press the ALARM key once. The Low Pressure alarm display will be shown.
    7. Press and hold the SET key for about 2 seconds. The pressure digit will start
    flashing.
    8. Press the ▲UP ARROW key or ▼DOWN ARROW key to set the low pressure
    alarm value. Hold the arrow key in to change the value faster.
    9. Press the ALARM key to confirm the setting. The digit will stop flashing.
    10. Press the SET key to switch the alarm on or off. The ((( ))) icon indicates the
    alarm is switched on.
    11. Press the ALARM key to move to the indoor temperature alarm settings.

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    INDOOR TEMPERATURE ALARMS

    1. The high indoor temperature alarm display will be shown.
    2. Press and hold the SET key for about 2 seconds. The temperature digit will start
    flashing.
    3. Press the ▲UP ARROW key or ▼DOWN ARROW key to set the high indoor
    temperature alarm value. Hold the key in to change the value faster.
    4. Press the ALARM key to confirm the setting. The digit will stop flashing.
    5. Press the SET key to switch the alarm on or off. The ((( ))) icon indicates that the
    alarm is switched on.
    6. Press the ALARM key once. The low indoor temperature alarm display will be
    shown.
    7. Press and hold the SET key for about 2 seconds. The temperature digit will start
    flashing.
    8. Press the ▲UP ARROW key or ▼DOWN ARROW key to set the low indoor
    temperature alarm value. Hold the arrow key in to change the value faster.
    9. Press the ALARM key to confirm the setting. The digit will stop flashing.
    10. Press the SET key to switch the alarm on or off. The ((( ))) icon indicates the
    alarm is switched on.
    11. Press the ALARM key to move to the indoor humidity alarm settings.
    INDOOR HUMIDITY ALARMS

    1. The high indoor humidity alarm display will be shown.
    2. Press and hold the SET key for about 2 seconds. The humidity digit will start
    flashing.
    3. Press the ▲UP ARROW key or ▼DOWN ARROW key to set the high indoor
    humidity alarm value. Hold the key in to change the value faster.
    4. Press the ALARM key to confirm the setting. The digit will stop flashing.
    5. Press the SET key to switch the alarm on or off. The ((( ))) icon indicates the
    alarm is switched on.
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    6. Press the ALARM key once. The low indoor humidity alarm display will be shown.
    7. Press and hold the SET key for about 2 seconds. The humidity digit will start
    flashing.
    8. Press the ▲UP ARROW key or ▼DOWN ARROW key to set the low indoor
    humidity alarm value. Hold the key in to change the value faster.
    9. Press the ALARM key to confirm the setting. The digit will stop flashing.
    10. Press the SET key to switch the alarm on or off. The ((( ))) icon indicates the
    alarm is switched on.
    11. Press the ALARM key to move to the outdoor temperature alarm settings.
    OUTDOOR TEMPERATURE ALARMS

    1. The high outdoor temperature alarm display will be shown.
    2. Press and hold the SET key for about 2 seconds. The temperature digit will start
    flashing.
    3. Press the ▲UP ARROW key or ▼DOWN ARROW key to set the high outdoor
    temperature alarm value. Hold the key in to change the value faster.
    4. Press the ALARM key to confirm the setting. The digit will stop flashing.
    5. Press the SET key to switch the alarm on or off. The ((( ))) icon indicates that the
    alarm is switched on.
    6. Press the ALARM key once. The low outdoor temperature alarm display will be
    shown.
    7. Press and hold the SET key for about 2 seconds. The temperature digit will start
    flashing.
    8. Press the ▲UP ARROW key or ▼DOWN ARROW key to set the low outdoor
    temperature alarm value. Hold the arrow key in to change the value faster.
    9. Press the ALARM key to confirm the setting. The digit will stop flashing.
    10. Press the SET key to switch the alarm on or off. The ((( ))) icon indicates the
    alarm is switched on.
    11. Press the ALARM key to move to the outdoor humidity alarm settings.
    OUTDOOR HUMIDITY ALARMS

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    1. The high outdoor humidity alarm display will be shown.
    2. Press and hold the SET key for about 2 seconds. The humidity digit will start
    flashing.
    3. Press the ▲UP ARROW key or ▼DOWN ARROW key to set the high outdoor
    humidity alarm value. Hold the key in to change the value faster.
    4. Press the ALARM key to confirm the setting. The digit will stop flashing.
    5. Press the SET key to switch the alarm on or off. The ((( ))) icon indicates the
    alarm is switched on.
    6. Press the ALARM key once. The low outdoor humidity alarm display will be
    shown.
    7. Press and hold the SET key for about 2 seconds. The humidity digit will start
    flashing.
    8. Press the ▲UP ARROW key or ▼DOWN ARROW key to set the low outdoor
    humidity alarm value. Hold the key in to change the value faster.
    9. Press the ALARM key to confirm the setting. The digit will stop flashing.
    10. Press the SET key to switch the alarm on or off. The ((( ))) icon indicates the
    alarm is switched on.
    11. Press the ALARM key to move to the wind gust alarm settings.
    WIND GUST ALARM

    1. The wind gust alarm display will be shown.
    2. Press and hold the SET key for about 2 seconds. The wind gust digit will start
    flashing.
    3. Press the ▲UP ARROW key or ▼DOWN ARROW key to set the wind gust
    alarm value. Hold the key in to change the value faster.
    4. Press the ALARM key to confirm the setting. The digit will stop flashing.
    5. Press the SET key to switch on or off the alarm. The ((( ))) icon indicates the
    alarm is switched on.
    6. Press the ALARM key to move to the wind direction alarm settings.
    WIND DIRECTION ALARM
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    1. The wind direction alarm display will be shown.
    2. Press and hold the SET key for about 2 seconds. The wind direction arrow on the
    outside of the compass circle will start flashing with the corresponding compass
    direction or degrees reading displayed in the center of the compass.
    3. Press the ▲UP ARROW key or ▼DOWN ARROW key to move the wind
    direction alarm pointer.
    4. Press the SET key to set a wind direction alarm. A pointer icon will appear inside
    of the compass circle to indicate an alarm setting for that wind direction.
    5. To remove an alarm setting for a wind direction, press the SET key again to
    remove the selected wind direction alarm. The arrow icon inside the compass
    circle will disappear.
    6. If more than one wind direction is desired as an alarm setting, Press the ▲UP
    ARROW key or ▼DOWN ARROW key to move the wind direction alarm pointer
    to the next desired setting.
    7. Press the SET key to confirm the next wind direction. A pointer icon will appear
    inside of the compass circle to indicate an alarm setting for that wind direction.
    You can set as many wind direction alarms as you desire.
    8. Press the ALARM key to confirm the setting. The wind direction arrow will stop
    flashing.
    9. Press the SET key to switch on or off the alarm. The ((( ))) icon indicates the
    alarm is switched on.
    10. Press the ALARM key to move to the 24h rainfall alarm settings.
    24H RAINFALL ALARM

    1. The 24h rainfall alarm display will be shown.
    2. Press and hold the SET key for about 2 seconds. The 24h rainfall digit will start
    flashing.
    3. Press the ▲UP ARROW key or ▼DOWN ARROW key to set the 24h rainfall
    value. Hold the key in to change the value faster.
    4. Press the ALARM key to confirm the setting. The digit will stop flashing.
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    5. Press the SET key to switch on or off the alarm. The ((( ))) icon indicates the
    alarm is switched on.
    6. Press the ALARM key to exit the alarm settings.
    HYSTERESIS
    To compensate for fluctuation of the measured data, which may cause the weather
    alarm to sound constantly if the measured reading is Weather data Hysteresis
    close to your set level, a hysteresis function has
    Temperature
    1°C
    been implemented for each weather alarm. For
    Humidity
    3% RH
    example, if the high temperature alarm is set to
    Pressure
    1 hPa
    +25°C and the current value moves to +25°C, the
    Wind speed
    10 km/h
    alarm will be activated (if it has been enabled).
    Now when the temperature drops to +24.88°C or below and thereafter again increases
    to beyond +25°C, the data will be blinking, but no alarm will be activated. It has to drop
    to below +24°C (with a pre-set hysteresis of 1°C) so that the alarm can be produced
    again. Hysteresis values for the various weather data types are given in the table.
    Note: The temperature or humidity data will keep flashing even after a key has been
    pressed to stop the alarm has been switched off to indicate that the current weather
    condition is out of the pre-set limit(s)
    WEATHER FORECAST AND WEATHER TENDENCY
    WEATHER FORECASTING ICONS:
    Weather forecasting icons are displayed in any of the following combinations:

    Sunny

    Cloudy with sunny intervals

    Rainy

    For every sudden or significant change in the air pressure, the weather icons will update
    accordingly to represent the change in weather.
    (Every time a new average pressure value has been obtained (once per minute), this
    value is compared with an internal reference value. If the difference between these
    values is bigger than the selected weather tendency sensitivity, the weather-icon
    changes, either for worse or for better. In this case, the current pressure value becomes
    the new weather tendency reference.)
    If the icons do not change, either the air pressure has not changed or the change has
    been too small for the Weather Center to register. So you may adjust the "sensitivity" of
    the pressure change checking in the setting mode –see WEATHER TENDENCY
    SENSITIVITY VALUE SETTING above.
    However, if the icon displayed is a sun or raining cloud, there will be no change of icon if
    the weather gets any better (with sunny icon) or worse (with rainy icon) since the icons
    are already at their extremes.

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    The icons displayed forecasts the weather in terms of getting better or worse and not
    necessarily sunny or rainy as each icon indicates. For example, if the current weather is
    cloudy and the rainy icon is displayed, it does not mean that the product is faulty
    because it is not raining. It simply means that the air pressure has dropped and the
    weather is expected to get worse but not necessarily rainy.
    Note: After setting up, readings for weather forecasts should be disregarded for the
    next 48-60 hours. This will allow sufficient time for the Weather station to collect air
    pressure data at a constant altitude and therefore result in a more accurate forecast.
    Common to weather forecasting, absolute accuracy cannot be guaranteed. The weather
    forecasting feature is estimated to have an accuracy level of about 75% due to the
    varying areas the Weather Center has been designed for use. In areas that experience
    sudden changes in weather (for example from sunny to rain), the Weather Center will
    be more accurate compared to use in areas where the weather is stagnant most of the
    time (for example mostly sunny).
    If the Weather Center is moved to another location significantly higher or lower than its
    initial standing point (for example from the ground floor to the upper floors of a house),
    discard the weather forecast for the next 48-60 hours, as the Weather Center may
    mistake the new location as being a possible change in air-pressure when really it is
    due to the slight change of altitude.
    WEATHER TENDENCY INDICATOR
    Working together with the weather icons is the weather tendency indicators (arrow
    located on the left and right sides of the weather icons). When the indicator points
    upwards, it means that the air-pressure is increasing and the weather is expected to
    improve, but when indicator points downwards, the air-pressure is dropping and the
    weather is expected to become worse.
    Taking this into account, one can see how the weather has changed and is expected to
    change. For example, if the indicator is pointing downwards together with cloud and sun
    icons, then the last noticeable change in the weather was when it was sunny (the sun
    icon only). Therefore, the next change in the weather will be cloud with rain icons since
    the indicator is pointing downwards.
    Note: Once the weather tendency indicator has registered a change in air pressure,
    it will remain permanently visualized on the LCD.
    AIR PRESSURE HISTORY (ELECTRONIC BAROMETER WITH BAROMETRIC
    PRESSURE TREND)
    The LCD also shows the relative air pressure value and the air pressure history.
    Press the SET key to toggle between Mode1 and Mode2 of the display.


    Mode 1: the bar graph displays the air pressure history of the past 24 hours in
    seven steps. The horizontal axis represents the last 24 hours of air pressure
    recording (-24, -18, -12, -9, -6, -3 and 0 hour).
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    Mode 2: the bar graph displays the air pressure history of the past 72 hours in
    seven steps. The horizontal axis represents the last 72 hours of air pressure
    recording (-72, -48, -36, -24, -12, -6 and 0 hour).

    The vertical bars are plotted at each of the nine steps and give the trend over the
    recorded period. The 0 hour vertical bar will always display at the midline height to
    indicate the current air pressure. The varying height of bars inn other columns on the
    graph indicate a relative change in air pressure up or down from the previous
    measurement.
    New pressure measurements are compared to previously recorded pressure
    measurements. The pressure change is expressed by the difference between the
    current ("0h") and the past readings in divisions of ±0.06 inHg or ±2 hPa. If the bars are
    rising from left to right, this indicates that the weather is getting better due to an
    increase in air pressure. If the bars are falling from left to right, this indicates that the
    weather is expected to get worse due to a drop in air pressure.
    At every full hour, the current air pressure is used as a basis for the display of a new
    graph bar. The existing graph is then moved one column to the left.
    Note: For accurate barometric pressure trend, the Weather Center should operate at
    the same altitude. For example, it should not be moved. Should the unit be moved, for
    instance from the ground to the second floor of the house, the readings for the next 4860 hours shall be discarded.
    Note: The bar graph will scroll right to left regularly to prevent LCD burnout.
    WIND DIRECTION AND WIND SPEED MEASUREMENT


    The current wind direction is indicated by a pointer on the outer circle of the
    compass.



    The last 6 wind directions are displayed with pointers on the inner circle.

    • The wind direction (abbreviation or degrees) is displayed in center of compass.
    Press the SET key to toggle between Mode1 and Mode 2 of the display
    Mode 1 displays the following wind data:
    • Wind direction (shown on the compass scale of 16 divisions)
    • Wind chill in °C or °F
    • Wind speed in km/h, mph, bft, knots or m/s
    Mode 2 displays the following wind data:
    • Wind direction (shown on the compass scale of 16 divisions)
    • Wind chill in °C or °F
    • Wind gust in km/h, mph, bft, knots or m/s

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    RAINFALL MEASUREMENT
    The 1hour, 24 hour, week, month or total rainfall measurement is displayed on the LCD,
    in the unit of mm or inch.


    Press the ▼DOWN ARROW to select the rainfall display from the following modes:
    1.
    2.
    3.
    4.

    Total rainfall - reset manually (see "RESET THE MIN/MAX WEATHER DATA")
    Last 1 hour rainfall – it shows the sum of last 15 entries of four minutes rainfall
    Last 24 hours rainfall - it shows the sum of last 24 entries of hourly rainfall
    Last week rainfall - it shows the weekly rainfall. The rainfall measurement starts
    counting on the second day after power up. (Eg.: if the unit is powered up on
    Monday day time, then the weekly rainfall is updated every Tuesday after 23:59 h
    (11:59 pm))
    5. Last month rainfall - reset every 1st of month at 00:00 (midnight) (12:00am).
    VIEWING THE MIN/MAX WEATHER DATA
    The weather station will record the maximum and minimum value of the various weather
    data with time and date of recording automatically. The following stored maximum and
    minimum weather data can be viewed by pressing the MIN/MAX key in normal display
    mode.
    1.
    2.
    3.
    4.
    5.
    6.
    7.

    MIN/MAX indoor temperature with the date and time of recording
    MIN/MAX indoor humidity with the date and time of recording
    MIN/MAX outdoor temperature with the date and time of recording
    MIN/MAX dew point temperature with the date and time of recording
    MIN/MAX outdoor humidity with the date and time of recording
    MAX wind gust with the date and time of recording
    Total rainfall with the date and time of recording

    RESET THE MINIMUM AND MAXIMUM WEATHER DATA
    To reset the aforementioned MIN/MAX weather data, you need to reset each of the data
    independently.
    1. Press MIN/MAX key to show the desired weather data.
    2. Press ▲UP ARROW key. The stored value will be reset to the current value and
    current time.
    TOTAL RAINFALL AMOUNT
    The total rainfall measurement is displayed in the unit of mm or inch. It shows the total
    rainfall accumulated since last reset of the total rainfall amount.
    In either Mode 1 or Mode 2 display, press the MIN/MAX key until the display shows the
    total rainfall value.
    To reset the rainfall reading, press the ▲UP ARROW key. The total rainfall amount will
    be reset to 0, and the time updated to current time.
    Note: Until the first rainfall total reset is performed, the time and date of the total
    rainfall are displayed as "- - -.--.----". After the rainfall total is reset, the rainfall total
    display will indicate the date and time of the last rainfall total reset.
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    SPECIFICATIONS:
    Indoor Temperature
    -40ºC to +59.9ºC with 0.1ºC resolution
    -40°F to +139.8°F with 0.2°F resolution
    (“OF.L” displayed if outside this range)
    OUTDOOR TEMPERATURE / DEW POINT
    -40ºC to +59.9ºC with 0.1ºC resolution
    -40°F to +139.8°F with 0.2°F resolution
    (“OF.L” displayed if outside this range)
    INDOOR HUMIDITY
    1% to 99% with 1% resolution
    (“- -” displayed if < 1%, "99" displayed if ≥ 99%)
    OUTDOOR HUMIDITY
    1% to 99% with 1% resolution
    (“- -” displayed if < 1%, "99" displayed if ≥ 99%)
    WIND SPEED/ GUST
    0 to 180 km/h with resolution of 0.36 km/h
    0 to 111.8 mph with resolution of 0.22 mph
    0 to 12 bft
    0 to 97.1 knots with resolution of 0.19 knots
    0 to 50 m/s with resolution of 0.1 m/s
    (displays "OF.L" when > 180 km/h; 111.8 mph; 50 m/s; 12 bft; 97.1 knots)
    WIND CHILL/ DEW POINT
    -40ºC to +59.9ºC (-40°F to +140°F)
    (displays "OF.L" if outside this)
    Relative pressure pre-set range:
    920 to 1080 hPa
    27.10 to 31.90 inHg
    RAINFALL (24H, TOTAL)
    0 to 9999.9 mm (0" to 393.7")
    (displayed "OF.L" when > 999.9mm)
    OUTDOOR DATA RECEPTION
    Temperature and humidity data every 13 seconds
    Wind data every 17seconds
    Rain data every 19 seconds
    AIR PRESSURE
    Relative pressure pre-set range:
    920 to 1080 hpa
    27.10 to 31.90 inHg
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    TRANSMISSION RANGE
    Thermo-hygro: about 100 meters (330 feet) in open space
    Rain: about 50 meters (164 feet) in open space
    Wind: about 50 meters (164 feet) in open space
    POWER CONSUMPTION
    Weather Center: 3 x C, IEC LR14, 1.5V
    Thermo-hygro transmitter: 2 x C, IEC LR14, 1.5V
    Rain sensor: Solar-powered by solar cells
    Wind sensor: Solar-powered by solar cells
    Battery life: approximately 24 months (Alkaline batteries recommended) for
    Weather station and Thermo-hygro
    DIMENSIONS (L X W X H)
    Weather Center: 222.2 x 34.7 x 163.2mm (8.74” x 1.47” x 6.42”)
    Thermo-hygro transmitter: 79.4 x 89.8 x 189.3 (3.12” x 3.53” x 7.45”)
    Wind sensor: 250 x 145.9 x 282.2mm (9.84” x 5.74” x 11.11”)
    Rain sensor: Ø 131.6 x 182.7mm (Ø 5.19” x 7.19”)
    USB transceiver: 81.8 x 9 x 22.7mm (3.22” x 0.35” x 0.89”)
    WASTE DISPOSAL
    This product has been manufactured using high-grade materials and components which
    can be recycled and reused.
    Never throw flat batteries and rechargeable batteries in household waste.
    As a consumer, you are legally required to take them to your retail store or to
    appropriate collection sites according to national or local regulations in order
    to protect the environment.
    The symbols for the heavy metals contained are: Cd=cadmium, Hg=mercury, Pb=lead
    This instrument is labelled in accordance with the EU Waste Electrical and
    Electronic Equipment Directive (WEEE).
    Please do not dispose of this product with other household waste. The user is
    obligated to take end-of-life devices to a designated collection point for the
    disposal of electrical and electronic equipment, in order to ensure
    environmentally-compatible disposal.
    TFA Dostmann GmbH & Co. KG, Zum Ottersberg 12, D - 97877 Wertheim
    No part of this manual may be reproduced without written consent of TFA Dostmann. The
    technical data are correct at the time of going to print and may change without prior notice.
    DECLARATION OF CONFORMITY
    Herewith we declare, that this wireless transmission device does comply with the essentials
    requirements of R&TTE Directive 1999/5/EC.
    A copy of the signed and dated Declaration of Conformity is available on request via info@tfadostmann.de.
    www.tfa-dostmann.de
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