Bedienungsanleitung TFA 98.1033

TFA 98.1033

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    3. Getting started • Insert the batteries into the battery compartment observing the correct polarity. • After the initial setup, the display shows 4, 8 or 12 o’clock and is trying to receive the radio signal. When the time code is received (max. 4 minutes), the radio-controlled time will be displayed. If the time reception was not successful, remove battery and reinsert after 1 min. for retry. If necessary choose another position. 4. Snooze Alarm Clock Function • Set your desired alarm time by turning the alarm setting knob. • Slide the alarm switch upward to “ON”. The alarm function is activated. • Once the alarm starts to ring, you can activate the snooze fun- ction by pressing the top button LIGHT / SNOOZE.The alarm will be interrupted for 4 minutes. • To deactivate the snooze function slide the alarm switch downward to “OFF”. 5. Projection and backlight • Press the top button LIGHT/SNOOZE. The backlight and the projection will light for 5 seconds. • For permanent projection plug in the adapter and turn on the button CONTINUE PROJECTION upward. • Adjust the focus of the projection image by turning the FOCUS knob and rotate the image by the ROTATE knob. Press the FLIP button to turn the image by 180°. 6. Battery Replacement • Use alkaline batteries 1.5 V AA only. Observe correct polarity. ANALOG – Radio controlled projection clock  ANALOG – Radio controlled projection clock  7 6 1. Functions • Projection of the time onto a wall or ceiling (digital) • Highest precision radio-controlled clock • Analogue display with pointer • Alarm with snooze function • Backlight • Batteries 2 x 1,5 V AA and power adapter 230V included 2. Radio controlled time reception The time base for the radio controlled time is a Caesium Atomic Clock operated by the Physikalisch Technische Bundesanstalt Braunschweig which has a time deviation of less than one second in one million years. The time is coded and transmitted from Mainflingen near Frankfurt via frequency signal DCF-77 (77.5 kHz) and has a transmitting range of approximately 1,500 km. Your radio-controlled alarm clock receives this signal and con- verts it to show the precise time in summer or wintertime. The quality of the reception depends greatly on the geographic location. In normal cases, there should be no reception problems within a 1,500 km radius around Frankfurt. Please take note of the following: • Recommended distance to any interfering sources like compu- ter monitors or TV sets is a minimum of 1.5 - 2 metres. • Within ferro-concrete rooms (basements, superstructures), the received signal is naturally we .....
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