Irox JKBA-2

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    KSPO:1215-10
    IROX OST21&TS01-MANUAL 4(Eng)
    SIZE:W160 x H170(mm)
    BY Lai HZ 17/11/10
    1. Introduction...............................................................................................................
    2. Operating elements..................................................................................................
    2.1 LCD (display) and buttons front side..................................................................
    2.2 Stand, battery compartment and button on back side........................................
    2.3 Remote sensor (Temperature)...........................................................................
    3. Set-up.......................................................................................................................
    4. Extended operation..................................................................................................
    4.1 Weather forecasts..............................................................................................
    4.2 Air pressure indicator..........................................................................................
    4.3 Trend indicator....................................................................................................
    4.4 Temperature / Moisture......................................................................................
    4.5 Time function......................................................................................................
    5. Troubleshooting........................................................................................................
    6. Battery Change........................................................................................................
    7. Care of the device....................................................................................................
    8. Support.....................................................................................................................
    9. Functions and technical data....................................................................................
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    Table of contents
    1. INTRODUCTION
    Meteocentrale.ch and unwetterzentrale.de are weather forecasting portals operated by Meteomedia AG.
    Meteomedia is one of the leading weather services in Europe and operates Severe Weather Centres in Switzerland, Germany, and France
    which makes them the specialists for modern early storm detection.
    The core of the company is our extremely extensive weather station measurement network. It is one of Europe’s largest measurement
    networks. Local and reliable forecasts are made using this measurement network.
    Thanks to the collaboration with Meteomedia, Irox, market leader in the manufacturing of measuring devices, has created a product line that
    convinces with high quality measurements, easy handling, and elegant design.
    JKBA-1 is a high quality barometer with thermo/hygrometer that provides you with absolutely new trend indications for weather
    development.
    Setting-up and using this device is very easy. Please read chapters 2 and 3.
    The other chapters explain a few details that might be helpful to you, for example if the radio controlled clock does not receive a signal
    and/or you do not live within the central European time zone.
    In the original package you will find following parts:
    • The main unit (the receiver)
    • A table stand
    • A wireless external sensor (transmitter)
    • This Instruction Manual
    A. CLOCK
    B. TEMPERATURE / MOISTURE
    C. WEATHER / AIR PRESSURE
    D. °C/°F button
    Changes the temperature unit (°Celsius or °Fahrenheit)
    E. MEM / RESET button
    MEM: Press briefly to display min/max recorded saved values of the thermometer and hygrometer.
    RESET : Press and hold for 3 seconds to delete saved values.
    F. CHART/SYNC button
    CHART: Press repeatedly to change graphic display of pressure history from
    - stacking bar charts increasing from left (-24 Hr) to right (0 Hr)
    - stacking bar chart silent indicator with blinking column "0 Hr"
    - line diagram silent with blinking segment "0 Hr"
    "Hr" stands for “hours” and the chart displays the pressure history over the last 24 hours. "0 Hr" is the latest current state.
    SYNC : Press and hold for 3 seconds to start synchronization with the sensor last logged into the device. Caution: After changing the
    sensor battery or to log-in a new sensor you must press this button again for 3 seconds while the waves above are blinking!
    G. SET TIME button
    SET TIME : Press and hold for 3 seconds to move to time setting mode. Please also read the chapter on “Time Setting”!
    H. button
    I . button
    • When setting time and height these buttons can be used to adjust the value ( or ), increase ( ) or decrease ( ). To quickly change a
    value in the setting press and hold the or button.
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    D
    A
    B
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    G
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    M
    J. PRESSURE UNIT / SET ALTITUDE button
    • PRESSURE UNIT: Press briefly: Changes the pressure unit (hPa or inHG)
    • SET ALTITUDE : Press and hold for 3 seconds to move to setting for local height above sea level. Then set with +/- button.
    Important: Exit setting by briefly pressing the button. This leads to a reset and new start of the forecast calculation!
    K. WALL MOUNT
    • Prefabricated opening to, using a screw or nail, hang the device on the wall.
    L. BATTERY COMPARTMENT
    • Is designed for 4 tubular batteries, size AAA. Please observe polarity when inserting batteries.
    M. TABLE STAND
    • This stand can be clicked into the bottom of the device for positioning on a table.
    A. BATTERY COMPARTMENT: Designed for two AAA batteries
    B. WALL MOUNTING: For mounting outdoors use the wall bracket.
    3. SET-UP
    Setting-up the JKBA-1 is very easy. Just follow the steps below.
    1- Activate the batteries in the remote sensor
    2- Position the remote sensor in the same room in a radius of about 1 meter to the display unit.
    3- Activate the batteries in the display unit: First a full segment display will appear on the LCD for about 3 seconds.
    4- Then the sea level setting (0m) will blink on the display. You now have 8 seconds to begin setting your local sea level using the +/-
    buttons. When you have reached the desired height wait 8 seconds, then the device will start receiving data from the remote sensor and
    then the time from the time signal transmitter DCF77. Wait until all data (time and temperature) are indicated correctly on the device.
    That is all you have to do! From now on your device will function without you ever having to push another button.
    In chapter 4 you will find details for optional settings and also information on certain procedures.
    4. EXTENDED OPERATION
    All operations on the device are carried out by pressing buttons. It is very important that you read chapters 2 and 3!
    In these chapters you will find additional information about the functions
    4.1 Weather forecasts
    This Irox device uses a high quality pressure sensor to measure barometric pressure and the respective changes. This information is then,
    using a by meteorologists specially developed algorithm, used to calculate a weather forecast for the coming 12-24 hrs. Eight different
    forecasts are possible:
    COMMENT: These calculated weather forecasts have a reliability of approx. 70%. The forecast is displayed, not the current
    weather. SUNNY means clear weather day and night.
    4.2 Air pressure indicator
    The indication of the air pressure depends on the setting of the sea level.
    If the setting is 0 meters, you will see the local measured pressure. This value is based on the factory calibration of the pressure sensor.
    If you have programmed the height above sea level of your location you will see the barometric pressure measured at your location,
    calculated from the local pressure measured and the set height above sea level. With this value you can meteorologically position your
    location with other available information (e.g. the isobar map on TV, Internet or in your daily newspaper).
    With the height adjustment setting you can also adjust any slight deviations to a precision measuring instrument and so to say calibrate the
    pressure sensor. As a rule: 5m more in height, pressure reading is increased by 1 hPa.
    Sunny Slightly
    cloudy
    Cloudy Rain Heavy
    rain
    Snow Heavy
    snowfall
    Thunderstorms
    /Stormy
    2- Graphic pressure history
    - One bar equals 1 hPa. This displays the pressure history of the past 24 hours.
    - If you change the pressure units (from hPA to inHG), the graph will remain the same. The only thing that vanishes is the scaling on the
    right side of the graph with the -4 to +4 hPa.
    - The graph can be displayed in 3 different ways:
    Dynamic stacking bars, increasing from -24 hrs. to 0 hrs.
    Static stacking bars, only the 0 hrs bar blinks
    Static line diagram, only the segment 0 hrs blinks
    4.4 Temperature / Moisture
    The display unit measures the temperature and relative humidity and receives additional measurements from the remote sensors included in
    the delivery. The temperature can be displayed in °C or °F.
    The comfort zone is calculated from the thermo/hygro measurements of the display unit.
    A frost warning is programmed on the remote sensor. When the temperature measured by the remote sensor drops below 3°C, the frost
    warning icon will appear on the display.
    SEARCH FOR REMOTE SENSOR
    You can start the search for the remote sensor manually by pressing and holding the SYNC button for 3 seconds. The wave icon will
    start to blink.
    The wave icon indicates the receiving status of the remote sensor signal:
    Icon
    Status
    Searching for the remote sensor signal
    Sensor signal successfully received
    No signal received for over an hour
    With this search procedure the device searches the same sensor that was already previously logged in. If you replace the batteries in the
    sensor, the sensor gives itself a new code and will then no longer be recognized by the display unit. You can resolve this problem by:
    - removing the batteries from the display unit and replacing them with new ones
    or
    - if the batteries are still O.K., repeating the logging in procedure as described above by pressing and holding the SYNC button and while
    the wave icon is blinking press and hold the SYNC button again for 3 seconds. The temperature indicator will start to blink indicating
    that a new sensor is being searched for and will be logged in.
    INDICATION AND CONDITIONS OF THE COMFORT ZONE
    The COMFORT ZONE is indicated for the room where the main device is positioned. The COMFORT ZONE is a function regarding
    temperature and rel. humidity. There are 5 conditions COMFORT, WET, DRY, HOT and COLD.
    4.5 Time function
    The time signal DCF 77 is transmitted by the atomic clock in Mainflingen near Frankfurt/Main. The long-wave transmitter has a range of up
    to 1500km.
    If the time icon is displayed without waves you have reception problems. Please observe following points:
    - There are fewer disturbances in the atmosphere during the night which increases the likeliness of reception. One reception pe
    r day is
    completely sufficient to ensure the preciseness of the clock by +/- 1 second
    - Make sure that the device is at least 2 meters (8 feet) away from possible sources of disturbance such as TV, computer, monit
    or,
    microwave etc.
    - In rooms with concrete or metal walls (e.g. cellar rooms, modern office buildings etc.) the receipt of the signal may be more
    difficult due
    to the shielding. In such cases find a better location for the device near a window. Sometimes it also helps to simply turn t
    he device by 90°,
    thereby improving the alignment of the receiving antenna.
    Caution:
    During the setting procedure as described below you will exit the setting mode if more than 1 minute passes between pressing t
    he
    buttons. The settings already made up to this point will then be deleted. To prevent this from happening each setting must be c
    ompleted.
    RADIO CONTROLLED CLOCK RECEIVING LOGIC
    1. As described in chapter 3 the time transmitted by the time signal transmitter DCF77 is automatically received when the batte
    ries are
    activated. The time signal reception takes about 3-10 minutes. During receiving the icon will blink, if reception is
    good with waves if
    reception is poor without.
    2. If you would like to switch the automatic time reception off and then on again you can do so with the “setting”.
    3. During normal operation an automatic time reception will be activated daily at 0:00, 3:00, 6:00 and 12:00.
    4. As soon as the device has received a signal the time will be correctly adjusted and the icon is active.
    5. If reception is poor the icon will be displayed. You may then set the clock manually at any time. The next reception att
    empt will then be
    activated during the night.
    SETTING
    You can choose between two operating modes for the clock:
    1- Radio controlled clock with regular time comparisons. In between the active receptions the time runs on integrated quartz (t
    his is a
    factory setting which is reactivated after every battery replacement)
    2- Strictly as a quartz clock
    Move to set mode with the
    SET TIME button (press and hold for 3 seconds). “On” will appear in the time display. This means the radio
    receiving is activated.
    With the +/- buttons you can make changes to the setting, with the
    SET TIME button you move to the next setting.
    The setting options vary depending on operating mode "On" or OFF"
    Operating mode 1 – Radio controlled clock on = On
    - Time indication format: 24 hours or 12 hours resp. AM/PM
    - Time zone setting (standard =0, adjustable from -9 to +9 hours):
    Time deviation as compared with the received radio time as the respectively valid time in Central Europe (Germany, France, Switzerland,
    Denmark etc.). If you set a time zone “ZONE” and the accordingly corrected time will appear on the time display. This is ideal for
    locations where the DCF77 time signal is received but that have a different time such as Great Britain (-1HR) or Finland (+1HR)
    Complete the setting with the SET TIME button
    Operating mode 2 – Radio controlled clock off = OFF
    - Time indication format: 24 hours or 12 hours resp. AM/PM
    - Setting the hours
    - Setting the minutes
    We recommend this operating mode for locations where the time signal can not be received. Switching off the receiver spares the batteries.
    JKBA-1 / EASY SETUP
    Extremely user friendly weather station with barometer and
    trend indicator, indoor thermo-hygrometer,
    wireless outdoor thermometer with frost protection,
    radio controlled clock
    2. OPERATING ELEMENTS
    2.1 LCD (display) and buttons front side
    All functions can be read from the liquid crystal display (LCD) in 3 windows.
    2.2 Stand, battery compartment and button on back side
    4.3 Trend indicator
    You have a total of 4 different trend indicators available, 2 of them simultaneously:
    1- The large Weather Icon on the upper right of the display shows the forecast for the next 12-24 hrs. On the left side of that, underneath the
    pressure indicator, you will see a smaller icon with 3 arrows. The small icon indicates the forecast 12 hours before, thus giving you
    additional information regarding the forecast development.
    2.3 Remote sensor (Temperature)
    In an open and undisturbed field the measuring values can be transmitted over a distance of up to 30 meters (100 feet). The remote sensor is
    weatherproof and can be used both outdoors and indoors.
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Spécifications du JKBA-2 de la marque Irox

Généralités
Marque Irox
Modèle JKBA-2
Produit Station méteo
Langue Anglais
Type de fichier PDF
Caractéristiques
Fonctions de mesure Indoor barometer, Indoor hygrometer, Indoor thermometer, Outdoor hygrometer, Outdoor thermometer
Mesure affichage de la tendance fonctions Barometer, Hygrometer, Thermometer
Fonction horloge
Fonction Alarme -
Station météo des données extremum Barometer, Hygrometer, Thermometer
Prévisions météorologiques
Mesure du taux d'humidité (extérieure) (H-H) 30 - 80
Plage de mesure de l'humidité (à l'intérieur) (H-H) 30 - 80
Gamme de mesure: Température intérieure (T-T) -5 - 50
Gamme de mesure: Température extérieure (T-T) -10 - 60
Montage mural
Mémoire des Min/Max pour la température
Télécommandé
Outdoor gamme de capteurs 30
Couleur du produit Black, White
Écran
Écran integré
Nombre de couleurs affichées Mo✗chrome
Puissance
Nombre de piles (capteur) 2
Nombre de piles (récepteur) 4
Type de batterie AAA
Tension des piles 1.5
Poids et dimensions
Largeur 139
Profondeur 15
Hauteur 106

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