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    Operation ManualProfessional Remote Weather Station

    This Operation Manual is part of this product and should be kept in asafe place for future reference. It contains important notes on setup andoperation.

    1. Introduction

    Dear Customer,

    Thank you for purchasing this Professional Remote Weather Sta

    Designed for everyday use, the weather station will prove to asset of great value for your personal use in the home or office.

    Please read this instruction manual thoroughly to fully understafeatures and functions so that you can enjoy the safe and coperation of this unique product.

    2. Intended Use

    This Weather Station receives the weather data such asdirection and velocity, rainfall, air pressure, temperature and hudew point, wind chill from three outdoor sensors. The receiveis displayed on the base stations LCD or it can be uploaded

    your PC using the Heavy Weather PC software (Heavy WeatheROM included in this pack).

    Base stationThe base station can either use batteries or the AC/DC power adincluded with this pack. For battery operation, the base stationthree type Mignon AA, IEC LR6, 1.5V batteries and is to beindoors within a dry environment only, outdoor use and contac

    moisture will damage the unit.

    Outdoor sensorsThe thermo-hygro sensor for outdoor use operates on two MAA, IEC LR6, 1.5V batteries. The wind sensor and rain sensoreceives the operating power from the thermo-hygro sensor ththe connected cables. Using batteries has its benefits as the se

    can freely be placed outdoors creating less restrictions for widata transmission.

    WEATHERSTATI N

    433MHZ

    WIRELESS

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    When using the AC/DC power adaptor, constant power is supplied tothe base station and all of the outdoor sensors by connection of acable. Setting up using this AC/DC adaptor has its benefits as all

    sensors will transmit to the base station using cable to ensure all datais received without interruption and there is no need to change thebatteries.

    Any other use other than the intended use by its design will leadto damage of this product. Do not open or modify this product inany way!

    Table of Contents

    Page

    1. Introduction... ...............52. Intended Use................53. Safety Notes.................64. Product Features.................65. Packaged Contents.................66. Functions of the Weather Station ........................67. Setting Up.................68. Mounting ...............6

    9. Operation keys ................710. Display Overview ................711. Basic Programming Modes... ................812. MIN/MAX Programming Modes ................813. Alarm Programming Modes...................814. Auto-Memory for Stored Values................915. Weather Station for Use with PC..................9

    16. Back light..................917. Important Notes for Power Consumption. ...............918. Interferences. .............1019. Transmission Range.............1020. Cleaning and Maintenance..............1021. Specifications.............10

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    - Wind direction display with LCD compass as well as numerical(e.g. 225) and abbreviated characters (e.g. SW)

    - Wind chill factor display

    - Dew point temperature display

    - Weather forecast display by weather icons (sunny, cloudy, rainy)

    - Weather tendency indicator

    - Storm warning alarm

    - LED back light

    - All weather data are displayed on a large, user friendly LCD

    - COM port for connection to your PC

    - Simultaneous display of all weather data with individual settingsby the user

    - Up to complete data sets with user adjustable measuringintervals to be used for further processing (e.g. spread sheet,etc.) on your PC

    Thermo-Hygro Sensor/ Wind sensor/ Rain sensorThese sensors measure the temperature, humidity, wind speed, winddirection and rainfall level and transmit all the weather data to thebase station by wireless 433MHz or by a cable connection.

    5. Packaged Contents

    Before setting up, please carefully unpack and check the paccontents and ensure that the following is complete:

    Item: Consisting of: Fittings: Illustration:

    BaseStation

    Main unit AD/DC 230V powerAdaptor - optional use(included)

    Thermo-HygroSensor

    Main unit

    Rain protectioncover

    10 meter cable -optional connection tothe base station(included)

    Wall mounting screws

    Plastic anchors forscrews

    WindSensor

    Main unit withwind vane

    10 meter cable(alreadyattached to themain unit)

    Mast holder

    2 x U-bolts for mastholder

    4 x Washers

    4 x Nuts

    1 x screw (to fix mainunit to the mast holder

    Rain

    Sensor

    Main unit (base

    and funnel) 10 meter cable

    (alreadyattached to themain unit)

    HeavyweatherPC

    software

    CD-Rom format(English andGerman

    language)

    2 meter PC cable forPC connection -optional use

    (included)

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    8. Mounting

    Base StationThe base Station can be placed on any flat surface or wall mounted atany desired location by means of a hanging hole at the back of theunit.

    Important Note!Check that the 433MHz (if using wirelessconnection) and the DCF77 radio controlledtime can be received before permanently

    mounting any of the units (drilling of holes,etc.). Should the base station not display any ofthe signals from the desired location relocatethe units. Once the signals are received, thesystem can be affixed permanently.

    Also ensure that cable distances can reach alldesired locations before affixing any unit

    permanently

    Remote Wind Sensor

    For best results and accurate readings, the wind sensor shoumounted onto a mast to allow the wind to travel around the sunhindered from all directions (ideal mast size should be16mm 33mm). Due to the design of this product it is impto mount the sensor so that the front (marked E) is pointing in

    West direction.

    Mounting the wind sensor onto a mastFirstly carefully remove the packaging and protection from thesensor head and check that wind-fan and weather-vane can freely before fixing the unit using the supplied screws. For mounting the wind sensor must be pointing exactly in an Eastdirection in order to provide an exact Eastern reference point

    base stations compass otherwise wind direction will be wrepresented.

    Prior to mounting lead the cable through the shaft of the wind sOnce the wind sensor is fixed onto the mast, connect the cable thermo-hygro sensor at the corresponding port (see "thermo-illustration below) so that operating power supply can be receivedata can be transmitted to the base station.

    Socket positions:

    PC COM port cable socket

    Thermo-hygro sensor socket

    AC/DC socket

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    Note!Cables of the sensors must be connected tothe corresponding ports of the thermo-hygrosensor to avoid any transmission problems.

    Rain SensorThe rain sensor must be securely

    mounted onto a horizontal surface about1 meter off the ground and in an openarea away from trees or other coveringswhere rainfall may be reduced causinginaccurate readings.

    Before affixing the rain sensor, removethe upper part from the lower by pulling

    firmly. Check by tilting the rain sensorfrom side to side that the seesaw tray can move freely as this is therainfall counter. Also check that rain will not be collected and storedat the base of the unit but can flow out between the units base andthe mounting surface (test by pouring clean water). Then replace bothparts of the sensor together again.

    For the best remote transmission it is recommended to mount the rain

    sensor at a height of approximately 1 meter.

    After mounting the rain sensor, connect the cable to the thermo-hygrosensor at the corresponding socket (see "thermo-hygro illustrationbelow) so power supply can be received and data be transmitted tothe base station

    The rain sensor is now operable. For testing purposes, very slowly

    pour a small amount of clean water into the rain sensor funnel. Thewater will act as rainfall and will be received and displayed in inchesor mm units at the base station. To clear the testing count on the basestation LCD, refer to the section MIN/MAX Mode below

    Note!When mounting the rain sensor make sure that the collectedwater can drain out without obstruction.

    Thermo-hygro SensorPull the rain protector away from the thermo-hygro sensor. Presslide open the battery cover in a downward direction and inseAA, IEC LR6, 1.5V batteries into the battery compartment andthe cover. Then connect the wind and rain sensor cables corresponding sockets as marked.

    Carefully replace the rain cover back on the thermo-hygro sensuring that the cables from the wind and rain sensors are coplugged in.

    An ideal mounting place would be the outerwall beneath the extension of the roof as thiswill protect the sensor from direct sunlight andother weather elements.

    To wall mount, use the 2 screws to affix thewall holder to the desired wall, plug in thethermo-hygro sensor to the holder and secureboth parts by the use of the supplied screw.

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    9. Operation keys

    The weather station has 8 keys for easy operation. Please refer to thefollowing table for use and function of each key: Further descriptionsof the key functions with regard to their immediate range ofapplication can be found in the Programming modes in sections 11,12 and 13 below.

    SET - key - In normal mode to enter the manual basicprogramming mode

    - In basic programming mode to select thefollowing setting modes:- LCD contrast setting- Manual time setting (hours/minutes)- 12/24 time format display- Calendar setting (year/month/date)- Time zone setting

    - C/F temperature setting- Wind velocity unit setting- Rainfall unit setting- Pressure unit setting- Relative air pressure setting- Weather picture threshold setting- Storm warning setting- Acoustic storm alarm setting

    - In setting modes confirmation of theselected values- In alarm modes alarm ON/OFF- In alarm mode to enter programming of

    alarm values (long pressing)- To exit MIN/MAX modes

    PRESSURE - key - Toggle between Absolute and Relative airpressure displays

    DISPLAY - key - Toggle between the following curremaximum/ minimum display modes:- Indoor temperature and humidity- Outdoor temperature and humidity

    - Outdoor wind chill- Outdoor dew point- Rainfall (24h, 1h, total)

    WIND - key To toggle between the following settings:- Wind speed- Wind direction- Wind direction display in degrees

    ALARM - key - In normal mode to enter the alaprogramming mode

    - In alarm programming mode to select tfollowing setting modes:- Time alarm setting- Indoor temperature alarm (high & low- Outdoor temperature alarm (high & lo- Indoor humidity alarm (high & low)

    - Outdoor humidity alarm (high & low)- Outdoor wind chill alarm (high & low)- Outdoor dew point alarm (high & low)- Rainfall alarm (24h, 1h)- Pressure alarm (high & low)- Wind speed alarm (high & low)- Wind direction alarm

    - In setting modes confirmation of t

    selected values- To exit MIN/MAX modes- To reset general alarm symbol

    MIN/MAX - key - In normal display mode to toggle betweedisplay of MIN/MAX values

    - To toggle between MIN/MAX values inMIN/MAX mode

    - To exit any programming mode

    PLUS(+) key - In normal display mode to toggle betweeformat of date display, seconds, time ala

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    and time zone- To increase the values in the setting

    modes- To exit MIN/MAX modes

    - In normal display mode to re-enter datalearning mode (long pressing)

    MINUS(-) key - In normal display mode to enable/disablethe buzzer alarm (long pressing)

    - To decrease the values in the settingmodes

    - In basic programming mode acoustic stormalarm ON/OFF

    - To turn the alarms off 24 hours when thealarm is sounding

    - In MIN/MAX modes to resets recordedvalues and recorded dates and times

    10. Display overview

    Note!The following illustration shows the full segments of the Lthe base station for description purposes only and wiappear like this during normal operation and use.

    1. Low battery indicator2. DCF77 radio controlled time icon3. Date display4. Time zone display

    5. Date, seconds, alarm time and time zone6. Alarm icon

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    2014

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    7. Weather forecast icons8. Weather tendency indicator9 Pressure alarm display10 hPa/inHg air pressure unit11. Pressure units (relative or absolute)12. 433MHz reception icon13. Rainfall display14. Indoor, outdoor, humidity, dew point, wind chill, rainfall alarm icon15. 24h, 1h or total hour display16. Humidity display as RH%17. Rainfall units (inch or mm)

    18. Temperature display units (C or F)19. Outdoor temperature/humidity display20. Indoor temperature/humidity display21. Dew point display22. Wind chill display23. Wind alarm icon24. Wind information for Min/Max speed and wind speed low, high,

    direction alarm25. Wind direction and speed (m/s, knots, Beaufort, km/h or mph)

    display26. Alarm buzzer ON/OFF icon27. General alarm icon

    After completing installation and power up of all units, the foldata will be displayed in different sections on the LCD. If this the case please observe the notes on Interferences below.

    Time & Date (LCD Section 1)Display of current time and date. If the DCF77 icon (icon 2) is Onot flashing, the DCF77 radio-controlled time and date are dispPress the PLUS(+) key to change the format of date display bemonth/date/year, weekday/month/date, seconds, alarm set timtime zone.

    Note to DCF77 radio-controlled time and date display:The time and date display is based on the signal provided by a accurate Caesium atomic clock operated by the PhysikTechnische Bundesamt in Braunschweig (Germany). This controlled clock does not only provide for the weather stationand date display but does also function as the backbone for all weather stations memory and history values using time and

    information.

    LCD Section 1:Time, date, seconds, time zone, weatforecasting icons with tendency arrowair pressure, and respective alarmssections

    LCD Section 2:

    Indoor and outdoor temperature andrelative humidity, wind chill, dew pointrainfall, and respective alarms section

    LCD Section 3:Wind direction, wind speed, andrespective alarms sections

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    Hysteresis values for the various weather data types are given in thefollowing table:

    Weather data HysteresisTemperature 1CHumidity 3% RHAir pressure 1 hPaRainfall 24h 5.0mm

    Rainfall 1h 0.5mm

    Wind 10 km/h

    14. Auto memory for stored values

    The weather station has a memory back up system (EEPROM),which is used to store user-defined settings for when the batteries arechanged or if a power failure should occur. This feature is performedautomatically each time new values or units are defined by the user.The weather station will memorize the following user settings:

    Time zone 12/24h time display mode Unit settings (temperature, pressure, rainfall, wind) Air pressure offset for calculation of relative air pressure Weather picture threshold Storm warning threshold LCD contrast

    Alarm time Weather Alarm thresholds State of alarms (enabled/disabled) Rainfall total value and reset time/date

    After a change of batteries or a power reset, the above user set datawill be recalled from the memory and restored into the base station.Should you prefer to go back to the factory settings, press and hold

    the PRESSURE and WIND keys simultaneously for approximaseconds.Factory default settings:

    Matter: Default Setting:Time 0:00Date 01.01.2001

    Time zone 0Alarm time 0:00Relative air pressure 1013.0 hPa

    Weather-picture threshold 3 hPa

    LCD contrast level 5Rainfall per impulse 0.518mm

    Storm alarm 5 hPaRelative air pressure alarm 960.0 hPa 1040.0 hPaIndoor temperature alarm 10.0C 30.0C

    Outdoor temperature alarm 0.0C 40.0CIndoor humidity alarm 35%RH 65%RH

    Outdoor humidity alarm 45%RH 70%RHWind chill alarm 10.0C 30.0CDew point alarm 0.0C 30.0C

    Rainfall 24h alarm 50.0mm

    Rainfall 1h alarm 1.0mmWind Speed 1km/h 100km/h

    Wind direction alarm None set

    15. Weather station for use with PC

    Use your PC to read the latest weather data collected by the westation. It is easy to use and the software comes completely fthe CD-ROM of this package. The base station is an interface for connection to a your PC. Simply install the Heavy Wesoftware from the CD-ROM and follow the on screen instructio

    set up. Then use the enclosed computer cable to connect thestation to your PC via COM port.

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    21. Specifications

    Outdoor dataTransmission Distance in Open Field: 25 meters max.

    Temperature Range : -29.9C to +69.9C (showOFL if outside range)

    Resolution : 0.1CMeasuring Range Rel. Humidity : 20% to 95% (if the relative

    humidity is less than 20% orgreater than 95%, it willdisplay 19% or 96%)

    : 1 hPaRain Volume Display : 0 to 999.9mm (1h and 24h

    rainfall)0 to 2499mm (Total rainfall)

    Resolution : 0.1mmWind Speed : 0 to 180 km/h or 1 to 50 m/sResolution : 0.1m/sWind Direction : Graphic Resolution 22.5

    Degrees, NumericalResolution, Letter format

    433MHz data transmission:Measuring intervalthermo-hygro sensor : 32 sec (if wind factor10m/s)

    or 128sec (if windfactor10m/s) 10 minutes (if

    the base station fails toreceive any data after 5attempts in a row; all outdoordata readings will display ---, except for the rain value)

    With wire data transmission:Measuring intervalthermo-hygro sensor : 8 seconds

    Indoor dataPressure/ temperature : 4 times per minuteIndoor Temperature Range : -9.9C to + 59.9C (sho

    OFL if outside range)Resolution : 0.1CMeasuring Range Rel. Humidity : 20% to 95% (if the relat

    humidity is less than 20greater than 95%, it wil

    display 19% or 96%)Resolution : 1%Measuring Range Air Pressure : 300 hPa to 1099 hPaResolution . 0.1 hPaRelative humidity checking interval : every 30 seconds

    Alarm duration : 2 minutes (approx.)

    Power consumptionBase StationBatteries : 3 x AA, IEC LR6, 1.5V

    (Alkaline recommendedor AC power : INPUT 230V C 50HZ (u

    the provided AC/DC adonly)

    Thermo-hygro sensor : 2 x AA, IEC LR6, 1.5V can draw power from thadapter if used)

    Dimensions (L x W x H):Base Station : 170 x 35 x 138 mmThermo-hygro sensor : 71.5 x 73 x 136 mmRain sensor : 140 x 70 x 137 mm

    Wind sensor : 60 x 197 x 291 mm

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    R&TTE Directive 1999/5/ECSummary of the Declaration of Conformity : We hereby declare that

    this wireless transmission device does comply with the essentialrequirements of R&TTE Directive 1999/5/EC.

    EJIN23000011