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LIMITED ONE YEAR WARRANTY
Chaney Instrument Company warrants that all products it manufactures to be of good material and workmanship and to be free of
defects if properly installed and operated for a period of one year from date of purchase. REMEDY FOR BREACH OF THIS
WARRANTY IS EXPRESSLY LIMITED TO REPAIR OR REPLACEMENT OF DEFECTIVE ITEMS. Any product which, under normal use
and service, is proven to breach the warranty contained herein within ONE YEAR from date of sale will, upon examina
Overview Introduction Display Features The AcuRite Weather Station uses patent-pending Precision Forecasting to provide your personal forecast of morning, noon & night (4-hour, 4 to 8-hour and 8 to 12-hour) weather conditions. Precision Forecasting combines North America's regional weather patterns with data measured by a sensor in your yard to generate ® the most accurate forecast for your exact location. Intelli-Time clock The indoor display console features a liquid crystal display (LCD)
SETUP SETUP Install Batteries - Outdoor Sensor Install Batteries - Display Console Extended periods of cold temperatures (below -4ºF / -20ºC) can cause alkaline batteries to function improperly. This causes the outdoor sensor to stop transmitting data. Use lithium batteries in low temperature Remove the battery conditions to ensure continuous operation of the outdoor sensor. compartment cover. Install 3 fresh “AA” batteries as shown 40 here. NOTICE! A/B/C Wireless Selection To allow for m
SETUP SETUP Manual Setup - Display Console Quick Setup - Display Console Press the SET ( ) button to enter manual setup mode. The time zone ® Intelli-Time Clock & Calendar will begin blinking. Intelli-Time clock and calendar set themselves to the correct time and To adjust the currently selected (flashing) preference item, press and date, and adjust for Daylight Saving Time. All you need to do is select release the “ ” or “ ” buttons. your Time Zone and Daylight Saving Time preferen
Placement USE Weather Station Placement Precision Forecasting Once setup is complete, choose a suitable location to place the indoor Initial Learning Mode display console and outdoor sensor: The forecast will not display predicted high or low temperatures for the first few hours after powering on. During this initial learning mode, the weather station will observe changes in your weather Placement of Display Console patterns and gather the data needed to generate your precision Place the dis
USE USE Multi-Variable History Chart Daily High / Low Records The Multi-Variable History Chart displays the change in conditions The high and low, or minimum and maximum, values for indoor and over the previous 12 hours. Track pressure, outdoor temperature and outdoor temperature and humidity are recorded each day. These outdoor relative humidity. records reset daily at midnight. Press the history chart button on the back of the display console Low or Minimum Records ( ) to cycle through
USE TROUBLESHOOTING Barometric Pressure Problem Possible Solution(s) Barometric pressure, also called atmospheric pressure, is defined as Relocate the display console and/or the outdoor the pressure at any location on the Earth, caused by the weight of sensor. The units must be within 330 feet (100 the column of air above it. At sea level, atmospheric pressure has an meters) of each other. Make sure both units are Bad placed at least 3 feet (.91 m) away from electronics average value of on
FORECAST CALIBRATION REFERENCE Forecast Calibration Mode Precision Forecast Geographic Regions This weather stationʼs forecasting feature can be calibrated. If you feel that your personal forecast could be fine-tuned to be more accurate you can calibrate the forecast to be less or more “wet.” Essentially, calibrating the forecast will either reduce or increase how much moisture is present within the forecast software algorithm. For example, if you feel the forecast is showing rain too often,
SPECIFICATIONS Product Facts Batteries: 5 x “AA” (included) Lithium Batteries Recommended in Outdoor Sensor if temperatures are below -4ºF Measurement Ranges Outdoor Temperature : -40ºF to 158ºF Outdoor Humidity : 1% to 99% Indoor Temperature : 32ºF to 122ºF Indoor Humidity: 1% to 99% Wireless Range : 330 ft / 100 m MAX Limited One Year Warranty www.AcuRite.com (877) 221-1252 IMPORTANT NOTICE YOUR PRODUCT MUST BE REGISTERED TO RECEIVE WARRANTY SERVICE PRODUCT REGISTRAT
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