Bedienungsanleitung La Crosse Technology WS 9004U

La Crosse Technology WS 9004U

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    4 SETTING UP Hint: Use good quality Alkaline Batteries; avoid rechargeable batteries. 1. Have the receiver and the rain gauge 3 to 5 feet apart. 2. Place the batteries into the rain gauge FIRST and next into the receiver. Observing the correct polarization, insert 2 “AAA” Alkaline Batteries into the compartment at the back of the rain gauge and replace the cover. Follow the same guidelines for the receiver. Battery Cover Battery Compartment Receiver Rain Gauge Remove cover to access battery compartment inside Rain Gauge Cover 5 3. DO NOT PRESS ANY BUTTONS FOR 15 MINUTES. 4. All segments of the LCD will light up briefly. Then 0.00 inch will be displayed in both sections of the LCD. If the “0.00” is not displayed after a few seconds, remove the batteries and wait for at least 10 seconds before reinserting them. 5. Place the rain gauge in an appropriate location. The rain gauge should be placed in a secure and flat location where it can properly collect properly rain quantity without obstruction. The rain gauge has a range of 330 feet. Keep in mind that the 330 feet is in open air with no obstructions and that radio waves DO NOT curve to go around objects. Real-world transmission range will vary depending on what is in the path of the signal. Each obstruction (roof, walls, floors, ceilings, thick trees, etc.) will effectively cut signal range in half. Example: A wireless rain gauge receiver with a 330 feet range is mounted on an interior wall, so that the signal has to pass through one interior wall, one exterior wall, and across the 10 feet width of the room between the 2 walls. The first wall will reduce the range to 165 feet, and the second wall will reduce the range to 87 feet. Factoring in the 10 foot room, this leaves a maximum of 77 feet of remaining signal range. This allowance is typically enough for a frame wall with non- metallic siding; however certain materials can reduce range even further. Metal siding, stucco, and some types of glass can reduce signal range by as much as ¾ or more, compared to the ½ reduction typical of most obstructions. It is possible to receive a signal through these materials, however maximum range will be much less due to their tendency to absorb or reflect a much larger portion of the sensor’s signal. Note: When opening the battery cover make sure that the batteries do not spring free from the contacts since this will cause start and transmission problems. 6 Battery Change: It is recommended to replace the batteries in the unit approximately every 3 years to ensure optimum accuracy. FUNCTION KEYS The simple design of this product features 2 keys. RESET/+ .....
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