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TouchScreen

Wireless Weather Station
WS 550 US
Operating Instructions

La Crosse Technology 

Contents
1.

General aspects and functioning, Quick Overview . .................................................. 4

2.
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2.2.

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3.1.
3.2.
3.3.
3.3.1.
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Preparatory work ........................................................................................................8
Preparing the weather station........................................................................................ 8
Connecting to the mains.................................................................................................8
Inserting batteries .........................................................................................................9
Installing/Mounting.........................................................................................................9
Start-up....................................................................................................................... 13
Combi-sensor TX 550 US............................................................................................. 13
Operations ................................................................................................................. 16
Log in/delete external sensors...................................................................................... 16
Operations.................................................................................................................. 18
Configuration............................................................................................................... 20
"SENSOR" menu, Login/ Delete sensors....................................................................... 20
"TIME/DATE" menu, Set the time and date................................................................... 20
"UNITS" menu, Set the display units............................................................................ 21
"POSITION" menu, Set position.................................................................................... 22
"TIMEZONE" menu, Set time zone................................................................................ 23
"LIGHTING” menu, time setting for the background lighting and ......................................
regulating the brightness of the lightening.................................................................... 23
"SYSTEM" menu, System settings................................................................................ 24
"BEEP", Activate/ deactivate beep................................................................................ 24
"DST", Activate/ deactivate the daylight saving time switching..................................... 25
"INTERVALL", Set the recording interval for the datalogger........................................... 25
"ALTITUDE", Adjust the location height above sea level................................................ 25
"RAIN CAL", Enter the comparison value for the rain sensor......................................... 26
"SUN CAL", Configure brightness threshold value for duration of sunshine................... 26
"CLEANING" menu, Cleaning mode.............................................................................. 27
"LIVE MODE" menu, call up the current weather data flow .......................................... 28
Other Functions and Displays....................................................................................... 29
Display moon phases................................................................................................... 29
Oscar Outlook.............................................................................................................. 29
Weather forecast.......................................................................................................... 29
Wind symbol display.................................................................................................... 29
Immediate Rain Display................................................................................................30
Comfort Indicator.........................................................................................................30
History.........................................................................................................................30
Data memory ..............................................................................................................30
Data transfer to the combi-sensor "WAIT FOR TRANSMISSION".................................... 30
Temperature trend display............................................................................................30
Sensor Status Display..................................................................................................31
Warning against turbulent weather............................................................................... 31
Frost warning...............................................................................................................31 

4.

Changing the batteries ............................................................................................. 31

5.

Troubleshooting ........................................................................................................32

6.

Range ........................................................................................................................34

7.
7.1.
7.2.

Instructions for Maintenance and Care ................................................................... 34
Cleaning the rain quantity sensor.................................................................................35
Setting the rain sensor.................................................................................................36

8.

Technical specifications ...........................................................................................37

10.

Appendix ...................................................................................................................39

11.

Proper use, exclusion of warranty,
Safety Instructions . ..................................................................................................40

12.

Wireless Technology BidCoS ....................................................................................41

13.

FCC Information.........................................................................................................42

Appendix B: Table of latitude/longitude of US counties........................................... 44

Appendix A: Menu Overview WS 550 US . ................................................................43

Appendix C: Table of time zone difference from UTC............................................... 62

1. English Edition
3/2007
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highly comfortable universal weather measurement system that can record. The glass foot and the transparent design frame of the device are also illuminated. humidity. The weather sensors for inside temperature.a total of 3000 records can be stored in the internal memory.1. As the weather station has a large internal memory it is best suited for observation over long periods . indoor humidity and air pressure are already located inside the weather station. process and display data from a maximum of 8 (currently not available) additional wireless temperature and humidity sensors as well as a combi-sensor up to a distance of 400 ft. (outdoor range). wind velocity. Please read this Operating Instructions manual carefully and in full to avoid functional disturbances and wrong operations. General aspects and Function The TouchScreen Wireless Weather Station WS 550 US is a high-quality. The display can be illuminated permanently or with time controls. Weather data from the combi-sensor can be queried in real time. in “live mode” touching the respective display field triggers a data query (bi-directional wireless technology). Please store this manual for future reference. The combination sensor TX 550 US belonging to the weather station is meant for outdoor use and captures the following: Temperature. thus the display is legible under almost all light conditions.  . the combi-sensor can also be prompted in "live mode" to send its measurement data for 20 seconds at 2 seconds intervals. rain quantity and duration of sunshine. Please follow the assembling and calibration instructions for the measurement recorders. hence no external sensor is required for these measurements. it is operated only with the help of a highly sensitive TouchScreen and simple menu structures. direction of wind. The operating concept is the most excellent feature of the weather station. Even the weather sensors can be easily logged into the system. the latest data is always available. set in of rain. You can track in real time the wind direction and the wind velocity for 20 seconds. Further. It does not have any traditional operating elements. Hence.

Units for selection: : km/h.Graphical trend display of the last 24 h (only for temperature) Display’s outdoor temperature/humidity from Combi Sensor. decreasing.Save the maximum quantity per hour and per day . bright.Save the minimum and maximum humidity with time/date of occurrence . hence it is immediately possible to know the type of clothing one would need outdoors. cloudy. inch or l/m2 for: - Total quantity since the last reset / last hour / current hour / last 24 h / current 24 h (storage for hour: always at xx:30 hours. heavily decreasing Display symbols of the weather forecast: rainy. m.  . Switch to displaying the dewpoint . mph .Wind-sack symbol for prominent signaling of various wind intensities Display the rainfall quantity in mm. WS 550 US has "Oscar Outlook". The behavior of this character is based on various weather factors. . storage for day: always at 7:30 a.Save the maximum wind intensity with time/date - Display wind direction with fluctuation range as wind rose and in numeric format .Comfort zone indicator . Not only the current measured values for outside temperature.Can be switched: Display the dewpoint or wind-chill temperature . uniform. wind and rain are evaluated for this display.Display the air pressure trend in 5 stages: heavily increasing. increasing.Additional display when it starts raining (Immediate rain display) Display the air pressure progress/ air pressure trend display: - Graphical display of the progress in the last 24 h .Graphical trend display of the last 24 h (only for temperature) - Frost warning (in “Oscar Outlook” display) Display the wind velocity with wind direction and fluctuation range . Save the minimum and maximum temperature with time/date of occurrence .Save the minimum and maximum temperature with time/date of occurrence . sunny Weather display "Oscar Outlook" Similar to the almost forgotten weather "house" where a person came out of the door with an umbrella if the weather was bad and wore light clothes if it was good. m/s. Save the minimum and maximum humidity with time/date of occurrence .Overview of the display and operating options of WS 550 US: Display the inside temperature and humidity .) . humidity.

4 of this Operating Instructions manual.Save the minimum and maximum duration per day with time/date of occurrence . Preparatory work  . these can then be read via an USB interface using "WeatherProfessional" software. waxing moon. The external sensor system of WS 550 US works exclusively on wireless data transfer. - If the data logger memory is full. Miscellaneous - Very simple set up menu - An acknowledgement beep can be switched on / off as required - Depending on the need.Data logger can collect maximum 3000 records at programmable intervals. the system displays a timely message prompting you to download the data. waning moon Display the total duration of sunshine or of the current day . (depending on the local conditions. So "Oscar Outlook" has different displays and clothing depending on the weather situation. see section "Range") from the base station. Preparatory work 2.Display the current moon phase: New moon. hence the data of the sensors can be simultaneously displayed at multiple locations. You can thus install or mount the sensors at a maximum distance of 400 ft.The weather forecast also plays an equally important role.Sun symbol if there is sunshine Data logging function . Calculation can be done in the latitude range of -60° to +60˚ N depending on the location data that is to be entered. Multiple basic units can be operated simultaneously. Display the sunrise and sunset time . 2. Moon phase display . You will find a detailed description of the evaluation criteria in chapter 3. the device can be installed on the table or mounted on the wall - Switching time of the display lighting can be programmed All important weather information appears simultaneously on the display so that it is not necessary to operate the device to capture the data.

rainy) 10. Display the rain quantity 23. Menu bar 15. heavily decreasing. Displays duration of sunshine 21. also see 26. Moon phase display 9. 6. 5. Time and Date display 19. Current indoor temperature with temperature trend Displays the current direction of the wind (main wind direction) Display the fluctuation range when wind direction is changing Displays the speed of the wind Current humidity of the selected outdoor sensor Current temperature of the selected outdoor sensor with temperature trend and reception display 7. always with reference to the current value. then the air pressure history is displayed  . 2. Displays the currently selected outdoor sensor (no display if you select TX 550 US) 8. slightly increasing. strong) 12. otherwise cloud symbol 22. Symbol is displayed for the weather factor whose history is currently being displayed (indoor or outdoor temperature). for further details please refer concept definitions 16. medium. 17. constant. 3. slightly decreasing. bright. Current indoor humidity level 25. Displays the sunrise and sunset time 20. cloudy. Displays speed of wind (mild. Display of set in of rain 24. Trend display for air pressure: strongly increasing. History display. Sun symbol if the sun is currently shining.Quick overview of the display fields 1 2 3 4 5 6 26 25 7 8 24 23 22 9 21 20 10 11 19 12 13 18 14 17 16 15 1. Display the current air pressure 18. Frost warning 14. 4. if this symbol is not displayed. Warning against turbulent weather 13. Displays the weather forecast (sunny. Animated multiple weather display "Oscar Outlook" 11. Comfort zone indicator for displaying comfortable / uncomfortable climate 26.

2.1. Preparing the weather station
The weather station is exclusively operated via the plug-in mains adapter that is
delivered. Battery operations are possible with 4 AA cells (1.5 V, alkaline type) in an
emergency mode. The functions of the weather station are then available only in a
restricted manner (e. g. no background lighting, no live mode available).
The following image shows the rear of the station with battery comportment, correct
insertion of the batteries, assembling points for foot support and hanging.
Connecting to the mains
Eyelet for wall mounting

USB port

DC-power socket
Connection for
standing lights
Screw threading
for foot support

Locks
for foot support

Battery compartment

4 x LR6/AA-cells/Mignon
Cover of the battery compartment
First insert the round DC-plug of the AC adapter into the DC-power socket on the
rear side of the device and then the AC adapter in a mains socket.
Any batteries that have been inserted will get switched off. 

Inserting batteries
Remove the cover of the battery compartment and insert four 1.5 V AA-cells, (alkaline type LR6) according to the correct poles into the battery compartment. Close
the battery compartment again.
PC-connection
To connect the station to a PC, use the USB cable to connect the mini USB jack to
the USB port of WS 550 US. The plug at the other end of the cable is connected
to the USB port of a PC (also see chapter 9.)
Installing / Mounting
Depending on the requirement, the weather station can be mounted on a vertical
surface (such as a wall) using a hanging eye or installed on an horizontal surface
using a table-stand.
The table-stands are mounted using the Allen screws and Allen key according to
the following description:
Start-up (base station)

1. Remove the cover of the foot support:
first lock it in at the top, then fold it fully downward and then remove it. 

2. Lock in the foot support in the locking nose of the glass foot and place
it on the two screw domes.

3. Screw the enclosed Allen key and 2
Allen screws on the glass foot.
Please note that the lighting cable of
the device foot is guided in from the
side as shown in the picture so that
it does not get crushed.

4. Place the weather station at the
locking nose of the foot support
and tilt it on the foot support till the
screw dome neatly grips into the
corresponding intakes of the weather
station.
Note!
Do not let go of the weather station
till both the Allen screws have been
fixed in (see next step)!
Please do not press the display
when you hold the weather station.
Hold the weather station only at the
frame!
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5. Note! The cover should fold up easily without any resistance. Note! The cable for lighting the support foot and the USB cable can only be inserted in one direction! Do not insert it using force! Stow away excessive cable in a chamber of the support. otherwise.). 7. 6. Screw the foot support on to the weather station using the enclosed Allen key and 2 Allen screws. it means the cover has not been placed properly or the cable is not laid correctly in the guide! You can see the correct guiding of the cable. Please note that the cable lies exactly in the center as shown so that it will not prevent the lid from subsequently locking in. Now place the cover for the foot support: Insert it flat into the support intake (also see 1. fold it upward and lock it in. inserted into the foot support and guided. The cables are thus connected. 11 .

At the end. tilted upward and locked in at the top (see lower picture).8. the cover is inserted in the corresponding locks of the cable shaft (see detailed picture above). 12 .

The sensor-holder is mounted on the Conical side below 1.Finally.You will then hear a short beep and the version number of the weather station will be displayed. Insert the foot into the pipe and rotate it in such a way that it can be locked in the respective holes in the pipe using the two screws 13 . Mount the base of the wind meter on the free end of the pipe of the combi-sensor holder as shown in the diagram 2. - Remove the wind meter and base of the wind meter (small white cylinder). Put together the pipes of the insertion mast.Now the external sensors need to be started up. the system will run a short test of all display segments in the display (all segments will be displayed). the combi-sensor and the mounting pipes from the packaging. - Mount the weather cock according to the following description: .. . Put cable through the foot of the windcock 3. The corresponding sensors are directly built in the base station.2. . the inside temperature and the humidity as well as the air pressure will be displayed. 2. . Combi-sensor TX 550 US The combi-sensor is delivered as single parts and needs to be assembled before start-up (for further information please refer to the TX 550 US operating instructions). After connecting the plug-in AC adapter.

Please note that the manufacturer is not responsible for injury or damage. begin start up. free field. take into account the dampening due to building walls. 15 inch depending on the condition of the soil).the rain can thus fall directly into the rain sensor and the wind measurement is not hampered by adjacent buildings or trees .4. Insert the plug into the socket of the wind meter 5.50 ft. A sunny location is possible because the temperature sensor is located in a shaded and ventilated part of the housing. Lock. . 400 ft. etc. Install the fully mounted sensor within the possible transmitter radius (max. . if required.Bury the pressed end of the mast deep into the soil so that it stands securely (approx. and point the peak of the wind meter towards the North to align the sensor. Push up the base and then lock it by turning it to the right pipe-end that is marked with a sticker. - Once the sensor is mounted. it can cause injury to persons and damage to vehicles and other objects. If the combi-sensor tilts and falls. the wind meter in this position on the casing with the help of an adhesive tape.) so that it stands in open space . 14 . clearence.

. Use a pointed object to press the key above the battery compartment and insert three AA Alkaline batteries according to the polarity marking in the battery compartment. position of the key The fully mounted TX 550 US 15 . The receiving station should now register the data from the sensor. - Use a pointed object again to press the switch on the sensor. turn to the right Key ­– + ­– + ­– + Bottom Insert batteries.1). .. Remove Turn to the left. Open the sensor housing by rotating it towards the left and pulling down the casing (see picture below). - Bring the respective receiving station in the receiving mode according to the instructions of the corresponding Operating Instructions (also see chapter 3. remove downward Mount: Mount. Release the switch and then remove any adhesive tape that you may used to secure the wind meter. Close the casing again by pushing it upward and turning it to the right till it locks in.

Hence wait for the main menu to be displayed after you have entered data. Please note! If no input field is touched on entering data in the menu row for approx. As each sensor has an internal individual serial number. Logging in .8 are reserved for ASH 550-US (I) and S 550 IA-US. then the device automatically goes back to the main menu (after including/saving any settings that have been done). - You will see: NEXT CLEANING ENTER - Touch the "NEXT" field. 5 seconds.) The memory slots 1. The advantage here is that data is individually recorded only for those sensors that are logged in and not for other sensors. You can thus quit each menu after making the settings. the display is: NEXT SENSOR ENTER 16 . say of neighboring systems. For unique sensor assignment in case of multiple sensors of types ASH 550-US (I). the values are then forwarded faster and you do not have to keep touching the setup fields. (Note: The ASH 550-US..1. or S 500 IA-US we recommend that you first remove the batteries from all the sensors. and also not after a restart. Log in/delete external sensors A total of 9 external sensors of the types TX 550 US (1x). 3. Operations The wireless sensor data is not shown on the display immediately after installing the wireless sensors and starting up the base device. which is automaticly logged into the base station during start up. The memory slot 9 has been reserved for the combi-sensor TX 550 US. Only touch the respective input fields slightly .do not press them! Do not press or hit using any object! The values can be set faster if you touch a setting field for a longer time. ASH 550-US. ASH 550-I US and S 550 IA-US can be logged in. 3.Touch the "CFG" field in the menu row. ASH 550-I US and S 550 IA-US are not currently available for purchase.

g. - Then select "ADD". select the desired sensor and then select the "DEL" option instead of the "ADD" option. this does not indicate whether the respective sensor is actually active. Please note that TX 550 US can only be stored in slot 9.. Note: The distance should not be less than 3 feet (1 m) apart. 17 . Insert the batteries in the respective sensor and press its key to teach. please have the sensors and the receiving station 3 to 5 feet apart.2 for starting up TX 550 US and the operating instructions of the other sensor types. for sensor 9: TX 550 US): SENSOR NO 9 . However. - The "USED" lettering of the sensor number is deleted and the memory slot is thus released again for logging in a sensor. Please also read chapter 2. the display is (for e. - First proceed according to the instructions given under "Logging in". 6 minutes) in the corresponding fields of the display . The TX 550 US data is then displayed automatically (after max. Marking the populated memory slots Memory slots that have already been populated are marked as "USED" behind the memory slot number. Deleting a sensor assignment The serial number of a sensor can be deleted from the sensor memory.SYNC ADD DEL - The particular sensor is now taught to the system. You can identify it only from the missing or outdated data when you select the sensor and from the active reception indicator in the "OUTDOOR" field.that of the remaining sensors after selecting the memory slot ("sensor" field) in the "OUTDOOR" display field. the display is: SENSOR NO 1 ADD DEL - Repeatedly touch the "SENSOR" field and select the memory slot where you want to store the particular sensor.- Touch the "ENTER" field. if required. Tip for initial senor set-up To ensure proper set-up.

8: Additional sensors not available for purchase.. last hour ("1h"). mph and wind direction in degrees AIR PRESSURE: Switch the air pressure display between the pressure measured on site ("absolute") and the pressure scaled down to sea level ("relative") HISTORY: Switch the trend display of the last 24 hours between air pressure. In the normal mode (device is in the main menu): MIN MAX RESET CFG are accessible by touching the respective fields of the display for the following functions: INDOOR: Switching between temperature and dewpoint display ("DEWPOINT") OUTDOOR: Switching between temperature and dewpoint display ("DEWPOINT") and windchill display HUMIDITY: No function SENSOR: Switching between the external sensors: 1. m. current hour ("current 1h"). current day ("current 24h") and last day ("24h"). also see point 26 on page 7 Weather icon: No function 18 .3. Operations As all important data is displayed simultaneously in the display. inside temperature and outside temperature (of the displayed sensors).) SUNSHINE DURATION: Switch between the sunshine duration of the current day ("h/day") and total sunshine duration since the last reset ("h") TIME/DATE: No Function WIND: Switch the numeric display between wind velocity in km/h. The display is divided into display field and menu row. storage for day: always at 7:30 a. operations are basically restricted to selecting other sensors or some other weather data by slightly touching the corresponding display field. (Storage for hour: always at xx:30 hours. No display: TX 550-US RAIN: Switching between total rain quantity since the last reset ("total"). m/s.2..

When you touch the corresponding field (temperature. However. When you touch the corresponding field (temperature.). the corresponding time-stamp (date. the corresponding time-stamp (date. The first RESET menu is displayed: RESET RAIN Repeatedly activate the "RESET" area and select the desired option and then confirm by touching "OK". No data will be deleted.). time) of the occurrence of the extreme value are displayed. time) of the occurrence of the extreme value are displayed. Call up the maximum values After touching the "MAX" area. then wait till the device returns to the main menu. etc. RESET: Reset certain values This menu has three sub-menus for resetting the cumulated sunshine duration ("SUN").Main Menu Functions MIN: MAX: Call up the minimum values After touching the ”MIN” area. rain quantity ("RAIN") or MIN-MAX-memory ("MIN-MAX"): Activate "RESET". You will go to the main menu and normal data display if your press "MAX" again. CFG: Calling up the Configuration Menu 19 OK . The corresponding data is now deleted and the system automatically returns to the main menu and normal data display. the maximum values of the respective data are displayed. air pressure. You will go to the main menu and normal data display if your press "MIN" again. the minimum values of the respective data are displayed. if you do not want to delete data. air pressure. etc.

sunset. - Repeatedly touch "NEXT" to go to the respective next main menu point of the configuration menu. - Touch the "DAY" field. Login/ Delete sensors see 3. the display is: MONTH + 07 - - Touch the "+" or "-" areas to set the month. However. - Touch the "MONTH" field. the display is: DAY + 01 - - Touch the "+" or "-" fields till today's date (system date) is set. 3. - Touch the "YEAR" field. "SENSOR" menu.2.1.1. the display is: YEAR + 2006 - - Touch the "+" or "-" areas to set the year. You will find in the appendix a quick reference guide to access the different menus. time.3. the display is: 20 . the display is: TIME 24H - Touch the "24H" area to select between time display in 12 and 24 hour format.3. date. 3. - Touch "CFG" field to open the configuration menu. sunrise. display) are ready to use without doing any settings. - Touch the "TIME" field. Set the time and date - Select "TIME/DATE" menu: NEXT TIME/DATE ENTER - Touch the "ENTER" field. min. Configuration The weather station is delivered in such a state that its basic functions (except moon phase.3.3. another configuration would be needed to use the additional functions and the time-related functions./max. "TIME/DATE" menu.

- Wait for a few seconds.C. - Touch the "WEEKDAY" field. the display is: PRESSURE HPA - Touch the "HPA" field to switch the air pressure display between hPa (HPA).8/-77. the display is: MINUTE + 01 - - Touch the "+" or "-" areas to set the minute. inch (INCH) or l/m2 (L/M2). - Touch the "PRESSURE" field. the data will then be displayed in the units that have been set earlier.) and the current moon phase will appear on the display. Set the display units - Select the "UNITS" menu: NEXT UNITS ENTER - Touch the "ENTER" field. - Touch the "HOUR" field. 3. the display is: RAIN MM - Touch the "MM" field to switch between rain quantity display in mm (MM). Washington D. 21 . WEEKDAY + MON - - Touch the "+" or "-" areas to set the day of the week. "UNITS" menu. - Touch the "TEMPERATURE" field.3.3.0 degress. mmHg (MMHG) and inHg (INHG). the display is: HOUR + 01 - - Touch the "+" or "-" areas to set the hour. then the time and date along with sunrise and sunset times for the factory setting (39. - Wait for a few seconds. the display is: TEMPERATURE DEG C - Touch the "DEG" field to switch the display between degrees Celsius (C) or Fahrenheit (F).

9 - - Touch the "+" or "-" areas to set the latitude. You can select a place in your vicinity and then enter its coordinates - If you have a GPS navigation system in the car or a mobile device you can take over the position details and you will thus have the exact location.The Appendix B contains a table with the coordinates for many US counties. high forests can really cut short the actual day.4. 22 . Set position The position details of the weather station location are needed to calculate the sunrise and sunset times. The details can deviate slightly even for the ideal location because an approximation formula is used for the calculations.0°. You can determine your position in different ways: . you will then see the corrected day for sunrise and sunset in the display. the display is: LATITUDE + 38.Wait a few seconds. the display is: LONGITUDE + -77.3.180.3. Mountains.0° and + 180. You can enter the latitude in a range between –60. Please note that the sunrise and sunset details will really be correct at the sea or for a location on the plains.0° and the longitude between .0 - - Touch the "+" or "-" areas to set the longitude.0° and +60. - You can also find out the exact coordinates from the Internet. "POSITION" menu. - Select the "POSITION" menu: NEXT POSITION ENTER - Touch the "ENTER" field. . - Touch the "LATITUDE" field.

3. time setting for the background lighting and regulating the brightness of the lightening In this menu you can set the switching time for the background lighting that automatically switches on when you touch the screen and switches off after a set period. "LIGHTING" menu. The Appendix C countains a table with the time zone difference from UTC for the US.3. to periods between 5 seconds and 10 minutes till permanent lighting (ON).6. - Wait a few seconds.05 - - Touch the "+" or "-" areas to set the longitude. the display is: TIMEZONE + . - Touch the "+" or "-" areas to set the switch-on time. Enter the current difference to UTC (Coordinated Universal Time). - Select the "TIMEZONE" menu: NEXT TIMEZONE ENTER - Touch the "ENTER" field.3.5. Further. you will then see the corrected day for sunrise and sunset in the display.3. the display is: LIGHTING + 10 SEC . "TIMEZONE" menu. This can range from "OFF" (lighting never switches on). You can also activate/deactivate an automatic adjustment to the surrounding brightness so that the display is optimally legible under all surrounding conditions. Set time zone The time zone details are required for calculating the sunrise and sunset times. The background lighting can only be used if you are connected to the AC adapter! - Select the "LIGHTING" menu: NEXT LIGHTING ENTER - Touch the "ENTER" field. the display is: 23 . - Touch the "LIGHTING" field. you can also set the times when the lighting should permanently be on.

45 PM- . Touch the "+" or "-" fields to set the switching-off time of the lighting (permanent lighting). for data recording interval of the data logger (INTERVALL). Activate/deactivate Beep - Select the "SYSTEM" menu: NEXT SYSTEM ENTER - Touch the "ENTER" field. BRIGHT CTRL ON - Touch the "ON" field to switch between "Automatic Brightness Control" being active (ON) or deactive (OFF). "SYSTEM" menu. for location altitude (ALTITUDE) and for comparing the rain sensor (RAIN CAL) and for comparing the brightness threshold for the sunshine duration (SUN CAL). the display is: BEGIN +04. 3. Touch the "+" or "-" fields to set the switching-on time of the lighting (permanent lighting). 24 . System settings In this menu you can do the settings for automatic daylight saving time switching (DST. the device switches back to the normal mode and the data that has just been set gets activated.3.7. - Touch the "BEGIN" field.00 PM- . the display is: END +11. for activating the beep (BEEP). - Touch the "BRIGHT CTRL" field. - Wait for a few seconds. also see Appendix). the display is: BEEP ON - Touch the "ON" field to switch between "Beep" being activated (ON) or deactivated (OFF).

- Select the "SYSTEM" menu and then the "ALTITUDE" option (via BEEP. - If you have a GPS navigation system in the car or a mobile device you can take over the position details and you will thus have the exact location. 5 minutes to 60 minutes). Adjust the location height above sea level The standard altitude is used for calculating the relative air pressure at sea level with reference to the absolute air pressure at the location. Recording time 5 minutes 10. Set the data recording interval for the data logger The data recording interval for the data logger defines the intervals at which the integrated data logger records are to be recorded. then the possible recording time is also longer and the resolution of the weather data is lesser. the display is: DST ON - Touch the "ON" field to switch between "daylight saving time switching" being activated (ON) or deactivated (OFF).8 days (500 hours) 30 minutes 62. the display is: INTERVALL + 05 - - Touch the "+" or "-" fields to set the interval time (OFF (data logger is off). If the intervals are longer. then the recording time is also short and the record will be a detailed one.4 days (250 hours) 10 minutes 20. the display is: You can determine your height above sea level in different ways: - You can find the height in a topographic map or ask your local land registry office. - You can also find out the height above sea level from the Internet.5 days (1500 hours) 60 minutes 125 days (3000 hours) "ALTITUDE". and DST).Activate/ deactivate the daylight saving time switching - Select the "SYSTEM" menu and then the "DST" option (via BEEP). You will find in the following section a few examples for the relationship between interval time and recording time Interval time Max. If you select a shorter interval. 25 . DST and INTERVALL). - Select the "SYSTEM" menu and then the "INTERVALL" option (via BEEP. This relative value is important as a reference for correctly interpreting the weather reports that refer to the relative air pressure.

no adjustments are required. DST. Alternatively. the display is: ALTITUDE + 0000 - - Touch the "+" or "-" fields to set the geographical altitude of this location above sea level (height above sea level) - Wait for a few seconds. Configure brightness threshold value for duration of sunshine The weather station WS 550 US finds out the sunshine duration along with the combi-sensor TX 550 US. ALTITUDE). the value can also be entered via the optional PC program. - Wait for a few seconds. Alternatively. The threshold value is set at the base station and transferred to the combi-sensor. the corrected data for the relative air pressure will then appear on the display. the value can also be entered via the PC program. "SUN CAL“. - Select the "SYSTEM" menu and then the "RAIN CAL" option (via BEEP. "RAIN CAL". the display is: RAIN CAL ENTER - Touch the "ENTER" field. the display is: RAIN CAL + 295 - - Touch the "+" or "-" fields to set the value that has been calculated earlier. Enter the comparison value for the rain sensor The rain quantity measurement system has a high level of accuracy when it leaves the factory. The latter performs the data evaluation: Received brightness is higher than the threshold value → Sun is shining Received brightness is lesser than the threshold value → Sun does not shine 26 . so normally. The comparison value must first be determined in the normal mode according to the steps described in "Calibrating the rainfall measurement recorder". the device will then go back to the normal mode. INTERVALL. ALTITUDE ENTER - Touch the "ENTER" field.

Normal display resumes after 20 seconds. - Wait a few seconds. ALTITUDE. the device switches back to the normal mode.The brightness limit can be used to customize the sensor to the local conditions. The setting area ranges from 0 to 255. there is a cleaning mode where all the touch fields are locked for approx. the display is: SUN CAL 131 + 085 Reduce the threshold value Currently set threshold value Increase the threshold value Current brightness value1 - Touch the "+“ or "-“areas to set the threshold value. the display is: CLEANING START - Touch the "START" field. the display is: CLEANING WAIT - The display can now be cleaned. DST.8. The threshold value should be defined at the start and end of sunshine so that the current brightness value can be referred to the threshold. - Select the "SYSTEM" menu and then the "SUN CAL" option (via BEEP. it needs to be cleaned now and then using a dry soft cloth (the best option is to use a spectacles cleaning cloth. menu. "CLEANING". 20 seconds. the display is: SUN CAL ENTER - Touch the "ENTER" field.3. 27 . - Select the "CLEANING" menu: NEXT CLEANING ENTER - Touch the "ENTER" field. RAIN CAL). Cleaning mode As the display gets dirty due to touching. INTERVALL. 1 You cannot directly convert to the brightness intensity unit Lux. do not use any cleaning liquids as they can damage the display). however. 3. To prevent the station from getting displaced while cleaning.

- In the menu bar. the main menu bar will show the additional "REQ" key that was used to query the above-mentioned live data. its power consumption increases and this has an effect on the life of the battery. another key of the combi-sensor can be prompted to send its measurement data for 20 seconds at 2 seconds interval. data transfer to the combi-sensor is indicated with the message: "WAIT FOR TRANSMISSION". the display is: END +11. call up the current weather data flow In this mode. Touch the "+" or "-" fields to set the switching-on time of the "LIVE MODE". the display is: BEGIN +04. Touch the "+" or "-" fields to set the switching-off time of the "LIVE MODE".9. In this period. . Select the "LIVE MODE" menu: NEXT LIVE MODE ENTER - Touch the "ENTER" field. the device switches back to the normal mode and the data that has just been set gets activated.3.00 PM- . - Touch the "BEGIN" field. As the combi-sensor frequently goes into the receive mode when the "LIVE MODE" is activated.45 PM- .3. - Wait for a few seconds. - The REQ key for calling data appears in the menu when the "LIVE MODE" is activated: MIN MAX RESET 28 REQ CFG . "LIVE MODE" menu. at the press of a key one has the latest weather data and can thus follow the wind direction and the trend of wind velocity for say 20 seconds. The weather station cannot be operated till this display is on. Thus. Hence you can use the "LIVE MODE" to set a period for which the "LIVE MODE" should be activated.

Rain . The clothing status is based on how high the temperature is on the combisensor. If the weather forecast has announced rain. Wind velocity .2 to 12.2 mph) medium wind (6. At the same time. Oscar Outlook Oscar Outlook is an animated figure that simultaneously displays multiple weather factors: Outside temperature (only combi-sensor) . Weather forecast . Other Functions and Displays Display moon phases The moon phases are displayed using the following symbols: Full moon Waxing Waning New moon Moon phase may vary from your calendar by 1-2 days. medium wind) Oscar Outlook`s hair starts fluttering.The weather forecast symbols indicate the following forecasts: · Clouds with rain · Clouds · Clouds with sun · Sun → → → → Rainy Cloudy Bright Sunny Wind symbol display (wind sock) - The wind sock symbol in the forecast display field shows at a glance whether the wind is currently mild.4 mph (20 km/h. .4 mph) .3. if the temperature is below 57. Also keep in mind that the moon display will be blank during a new moon and dark during a full moon. If the wind velocity is higher than 12. medium or strong: · Wind sock is hanging down → · Wind sock is raised half · Wind sock is horizontal → → mild wind (<6. The figure carries an opened umbrella when it starts raining.2 °F (14 ˚C). then even the scarf he is wearing starts fluttering.4.4 mph) strong wind 29 (>12. then the figure holds a closed umbrella.

the menu bar displays the message: MEMORY ALMOST FULL OK - Touch and confirm this input field and download the collected data using the PC. Temperature trend display - On the right. This transaction can take a few minutes. Data transfer to the combi-sensor "WAIT FOR TRANSMISSION" - When the "WAIT FOR TRANSMISSION" message is displayed in the menu bar. the weather station transfers data to the combi-sensor. i. 30 . it activates the live mode or the configuration data of the sunshine duration. a trend arrow is displayed next to the display fields "Indoor" and "Outdoor" if the temperature in the last transmission interval has increased (upward arrow) or decreased (downward arrow). the weather station cannot be operated during this period. This reference point is always located in the center (4 bars) so that the trend is visible at a single glance (see also page 18). History - The bar diagram shows the history of air pressure.Immediate Rain Display - The onset of rain is notified to the base station during the next wireless data transmission and is indicated through a cloud in the "RAIN" field and through the opened umbrella of "Oscar Outlook". The Appendix contains a value table for the display areas. Data memory - If the data memory is almost full.e. outside or inside temperature for the last 24 hours. The individual columns are not an absolute value but only the difference to the currently measured value (0h column). Comfort Indicator - The Comfort Indicator (LKJ) reflects the climate in the room (ratio of temperature to humidity). next to the temperature display.

it ist not recommended to use batteries only for more than a few hours. 4. there is a warning symbol in the display field of the weather forecast. Due to the power requirements of the Display Unit. Frost warning - A snow-flake symbol is displayed in the weather forecast field if the temperature measured at the combi-sensor falls below 39. This Display Unit is designed to run on a/c power. 31 .2 °F (4 ˚C). This is an indicator of an upcoming storm or thunderstorm. Please note! The data memory is deleted if you do not connect the AC adapter while replacing the batteries. Changing the batteries Base station When the battery empty symbol appears in the INDOOR display area ( ). Always change all the 4 batteries and use only high-quality alkaline batteries. permanently out of order or defect Warning against turbulent weather - When a low pressure area is suddenly formed.1 with those of the same type. then all batteries are to be replaced according to the instructions in section 2. Leave the AC adapter connected when you are changing the batteries so as to avoid data loss. · Reception indicator is missing → Sensor does not exist.Sensor Status Display - In the outdoor sensor display field ("Outdoor") there is a small reception indicator to indicate the sensor status: · Reception indicator is displayed → Sensor data is being received constantly · Reception indicator is blinking → Sensor data is not being received since the last 40 min. It ist possible to lose connection with the Combi Sensor if using batteries only.

No reception . Such disturbances are only for a short period (wireless traffic) or can be rectified in a very simple manner. wireless headphone/ loudspeaker) Remove the source of the fault and look for another position for the transmitter and receiver. Any wireless headphones. Execute log in procedure again. Refer page 13 of the manual and follow the instructions of the receiver station. Replace batteries. 32 ..the distance between the transmitter and receiver is too much or too less (<3 ft.. .transmitter is covered by the disturbance source (Wireless device. No reception . the instructions for the other sensors are to be found in the respective operating instruction manuals. No reception – Log in of sensor was not successful. Such a measure can effectively fade out all interruptions. 2 years (alkaline batteries). Please follow the battery disposal regulations! Do not dispose of disposable and rechargeable batteries as part of household garbage! 5.Wireless sensors The batteries in these sensors have a lifetime of max.2..5 MHz in your house or in the vicinity only for a short duration. Reduce or increase the distance between the transmitter / receiver.there are highly resistant materials (thick walls. steel concrete. 1 m). Most of these devices are enabled for exchanging signals at an interruption-free frequency.transmitter batteries are empty. wireless baby phones or similar devices are operated at a frequency of 916. Batteries are replaced in TX 550 US according to the instructions in section 2. No reception . Troubleshooting Possible disruptions that can hamper proper display of the transmitted measured values are: No reception . Also see chapter 6 ("Range").) located between the transmitter and the receiver Relocate the transmitter or receiver.. They are to be replaced when a 'battery empty' symbol ( ) is displayed when you select the corresponding sensor in the "OUTDOOR" display area.

but straight into ground. electrical machines. 100 ms) the functioning of other devices on the same channel. The transmission of the wireless outdoor sensor can be briefly interrupt (every 2-3 minutes for approx. You can then properly control the data transmission from the sensor.2. Check the calibration of the rain sensor according 6. No Min/Max display Has time and date been set? Sunrise/set time wrong Has time and date been set? Has latitude and longitude been set? Has time zone been set? Wireless sensor is disrupting the functioning of other devices in the 916 MHz band. Check that sensor assembly is not tipped. Check that the rocker (pointer) is set properly. Are surrounding areas clear of trees. buildings and other obstructions? Check that the cups spin freely. televisions. you can also bring the sensors first close to the base station (min. Also see chapter 13 (FCC Information) To simplify start-up. Is the wind measurement unit correct? Ex: mph. but straight into ground. inch or l/m². with drain holes aligned. Check rain gauge for debris that may be blocking the funnel. 33 . computer monitors and large metal surfaces.Inaccurate rain Be sure rain gauge is assembled correctly. but straight into ground. Check for debris in vented cap. No sunshine duration Check that sensor assembly is not tipped. If possible: Adjust sunshine calibration. Inaccurate wind Check that sensor assembly is not tipped. mount it away from electrical motors. m/s or km/h. distance). 3 ft. rocker (pointer) or drain hole. if there is no reception. Other instructions for start-up or troubleshooting Turn the receiving weather station slightly. Is the rain measurement unit correct? Ex: mm. Follow the instructions of the receiver station.

Protect the base station against dust and moisture. - The outdoor sensor is to be cleaned from time to time to remove the dirt and dust that has settled on it. Instructions for Maintenance and Care . Never clean it with chemical detergents. · Broadband disruptions in city areas can reach levels that reduce the signal-noise distance in the entire frequency range and in turn reduce the range. Reduced range can be caused by the following: · High frequency disturbances of all types · All types of structures or vegetation · The distance between the sensor and the receiver to the conducting areas or objects (and even to the human body or the earth) has an effect on the transmission properties and in turn the range. (120 m) under optimal conditions. Range The free-field range for visual contact between transmitter and receiver is 400 ft. just use a soft dry piece of linen. Check easy accessibility of the wind sensors and ensure that the sensors are fitting tight on the holder. the range is then reduced accordingly. 7. however. Do not put any pressure on the display. 34 . Walls and even steel concrete structures may be penetrated. · Devices with adjoining working frequencies can also have an effect on the receiver.6. · PCs with poor shielding can interfere with the receiver and reduce the range.

just remove the sensor housing by slightly turning it to the left. - Clean the collection funnel. remove collection funnel upward Housing locked in correctly at the bottom (collection funnel removed for demonstration) Mount Mount. remove casing downward. The magnet of the counter should be on the side that faces the cable. counter and the drain-hole in the housing and remove all residues. - Place the counter back in its holder. large deposits of it can hamper the measurement result. contacts. The pictures shown below are a guideline for installing / dismantling. dirt.For cleaning the sensor. turn to the right Drain hole 35 . . Pointer inserted correctly Rainfall sensor inserted correctly Lock for collection funnel Remove Turn to the left. Sand can also accumulate on the pointer.1. Larger parts can block the passage. Cleaning the rain quantity sensor - Depending on the location.Further. sand and branches blown by the wind get collected in the collection funnel of the rain quantity sensor. leaves. - The rainfall sensor is now moved upward. folded towards the cable side and you can now remove the pointer. . - Hence the rain quantity sensor is to be cleaned from time to time . the collection funnel can also be removed by turning it to the left.at least once a year.7.

26 x Current calibration value Actual value (Display reading after filling in the water) The new calibration value must now be entered in the configuration menu (see 3. The displayed total quantity should now be 0.2.26 inch (6. If a different value is shown. so normally. Proceed as follows for exact calibration: 1.5 l/m2). 7. 36 . - Now reinstall the casing and lock it by turning it to the right in the sensor-holder till it locks in. no adjustments are required. Note! Quick pouring will give wrong measurement results! Pour the water so slowly into the funnel that there is a even passage of water and there is no water in the funnel at any point of time. Setting the rain sensor The rain quantity measurement system has a high level of accuracy when it leaves the factory. Slowly pour 3. you need to reset to zero the rainfall quantity value that has already been totaled up (see chapter 3. 2. Ensure that the drain-holes of the casing and the sensor-holder match (drain-hole of the casing points outwards). the rainfall quantity for adjustments must be displayed in "inch". The rain sensor cable and the magnet of the pointer must be located on the same side. 3. oz. The factory setting is 295/pointer stroke. It will also automatically hold the pointer.- Insert the rain sensor in its holder.3.7. Before you start calibrating the rain water measurement recorder. (100 ml) water over a period of 10 minutes in the rain sensor collection funnel. Adjustments would be necessary only if the accuracy requirements are very high.38 fl. total rain quantity display stands at zero). System menu/RAIN CAL). - Now place the collection funnel from the top on to the sensor-holder and lock it in by turning it to the right.2. Further.. "RESET"). then the calibration value that is mentioned is to be recalculated as follows: New calibration value = 0.

............ up to 100 mph: 0............................................................................................................... 0................................................01 inch ....................... day: at 7:30 a...99 % rH Resolution:........................................... 7....................................... Resolution:..................................................±22.... 4 x Battery AA cells TX 550 US:........................................1mph ................................................................... ±1.....10.............................9 °C) Resolution:......................8 °F (59 °F to104 °F) Outdoor temperature range (TX 550 US):..........................................................................................2 x 8...............................................0 to 39.................±0°............................................................................above 100 mph: 1 mph Wind direction:.......5° variation range:.................... (260 x 215 x 32 mm) Instructions for disposal Do not dispose of the device as part of household garbage! 37 ............................... 3 min Interval for measuring air pressure.................. 15 min Transmission frequency....................................................................................5 x 1............. max................8 °F (-29 °C to 79.......................................................... 0° to 355° Resolution:....-20 °F to 175................................................... humidity (inside/outside)......................4 °F (50 °F to 104 °F) Measurement range rel..........................1 °F Accuracy:.. humidity)..................................................5 V DC via plug-in mains adapter Base station (back-up power supply):......5° Voltage supply: Base station (Main power supply):........................... 8...............................above 10 inch: 0..............................................................5 MHz Outdoor range:. 400 ft.3 inch ...........± 5 % rH (30-70 % rH) Rain quantity display:................................0 to 124 mph (0 to 200 kph) Resolution:.......................................................32 °F to 140 °F (0 °C to 60 °C) Resolution:.........2-3 min Measurement interval for indoor sensor (Temperature..........1 °F Accuracy:.......................................................................1 % rH Accuracy:........................1% rH ......................................................... (120 m) Indoor temperature range:.........................................................................916.. last hour: at xx:30 hrs .................................5°............................3 inch (0 to 999 mm) Evaluation interval:..........................3 x Battery AA cells Dimensions Base station without foot (W x H x D):......1 inch Wind velocity: ........... 0......................................................................... m...................................................................................... up to 10 inch: 0................... ±1.................. ±67.......................... ±45°....................... Technical Specifications Measurement interval for outdoor sensors.................

100 MB available hard disk space for the database · The file system must be formatted in NTFS (Standard Option) · Windows Installer Service must have been installed (Standard Option) The enclosed USB cable with type A connector and mini type B connector is required for connecting to the USB port. PC connection . Note: If you have started the update procedure by mistake. 256 MB RAM · Approx. - Follow the instructions step-by-step till you complete the installation. - After a short period. the PC detects a new USB device and then asks for its driver. - Then go back to the “Installation Wizard” and select the ”Automatic Search“ option. The installation wizard is displayed. then disconnect the weather station for a few seconds from the USB and the plug-in mains adapter and remove the batteries from the device. 1 GHz Processor cycle frequency. . - Please insert the enclosed CD-ROM and wait till the “Welcome” screen is displayed.Software Installation The following are the system requirements for operating the ”WeatherProfessional” software: · Operating system Windows 2000/XP VISTA · Min. then the same can be cancelled at any time up to step 5. This will not hamper the functioning of the device. - Then follow the instructions of the “Installation Wizard” till you finish installing the driver. ”Firmware Update“) and follow the instructions of the program. 9. - Connect the weather station via the USB cable to the USB port of the computer. min. Start here at point 2. 150 MB available hard disk space for the program · Approx.Start the update program of ” WeatherProfessional ” software (Menu ”Tools“. If the update mode has also been activated in the device according to the software instructions. Firmware Update You can update the firmware of the WS 550 US main controller via the USB port of WS 550 US using the software delivered along with the device. - Then go back to the WeatherProfessional that describes the four steps for the setup. You can then start the ” WeatherProfessional ” program via the desktop or the program menu. it will continue to work further with the existing firmware when you restart. - You will find the program description in the Help menu under ”Manual“. 38 .

7 km/h 0.0 . The higher the wind velocity and the lower the actual temperature.38.A fictional temperature that is felt by human beings under certain conditions instead of the measured temperature and which can be taken into account during low temperatures (for e.5 .4 km/h 102.8 . the absolute value has a lesser role to play.6 .3 .7.38. vapor).0.117.102. the so-called dew.5 .12.8 .4 °F (33 ˚C) skin surface temperature.7 .8 .4 km/h 19.9 .6 m/s). the stronger is then the windchill effect. light reflection of the clouds.5.6 km/h 74.24.5 .30.0 .4 km/h > 117.72. wind velocities and corresponding clothing.5 .4 km/h 5.5 . One can generally say that the increasing air pressure would mean better weather and falling air pressure would then be a sign of bad weather.49.9 km/h 89. If the dewpoint for water vapor is below 32 °F (0 ˚C).6 mph 63. These conditions are a temperature below 91. The humidity in the air starts to condense at this point.4 °F (33 ˚C) and a wind velocity above 5. These changes in the air pressure speed is the most decisive dimension for the forthcoming weather.74. a specific temperature and a certain level of humidity.2 . Weather forecast .17.6 mph 3. Windchill is defined as the cooling effect of the naked skin at assumed constant 91.8 km/h 49.46.4 mph 46.88.2 mph 55.4 mph 0.Temperature point that is independent of the interaction between a specific air pressure level.8 mph (2.11.7 km/h 38.5 km/h 28. etc.1 mph 12.3. Appendix Dewpoint . The "felt" temperature is an approximation that can be compared to the so-called feeling about the temperature and is taken into account along with the effect of the emission effects of the sun.63.g. the light wave length.0 mph 24. Wind strength table (Beaufort) Beaufort 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 Wind velocity km/h 0 .5 .7 km/h 61.Forecast about weather symbols calculated from the increasing or decreasing speed of air pressure (trend). 10.9 mph 31.61.19.9 mph > 72.9 km/h 12.55.7 .28.7 mph 17.4 mph 7.0 . Windchill-Equivalent-Temperature .4 km/h Wind velocity mph 0 .9 mph 39 Description calm light air light breeze gentle breeze moderate breeze resh breeze strong breeze near gale gale strong gale storm violent storm hurricane . then there is condensation in the form of snow or hoar frost. under 44 °F) to find out how one would feel at certain temperatures.7 .0.7 .4 .1 .3 mph 38. the humidity condenses and precipitates as liquid (mist.

- The manufacturer of the weather station does not assume any liability for incorrectly measured values and consequences that can result from it.2 °F L <64.0 °F L 75. - The components of this weather station are not a toy.82.g.67. This weather station is meant for personal use as an indicator of the forthcoming weather. glass and small parts. One would thus feel that at a temperature of 77 °F (25 ˚C) and a humidity of less than 30% is very dry (for e. The forecasts or predictions made by this device are more for orientation and are not to be construed as absolute forecasts.75. there are certain marked ranges that can be defined as comfortable or uncomfortable climate. Safety instructions .4 °F 64. they contain many fragile.5 .1 . - This weather station is not meant for medical purposes or for informing the public. 40 . Please install all the components out of the reach of children.7 .8 °F air humidity L L L L K K L 35% 40% 45% 50% 55% 60% 65% 70% L L L K J K L L K K J J K L L K J J J K L L K J J J K L L K J J K K L L K J K L L L L K K L L L L L L L L L L L One can thus see that depending on the relationship of the temperature to humidity. 11. air from the heaters) and one above 60% as sultry.6 °F L 78. Proper use. Daylight saving time switching The integrated clock implements an automatic daylight saving time switching according to the regulations of the “Energy Policy Act of 2005”.71.4 . Exclusion of warranty.2 °F L over 82.78.4 °F L 71.9 .Comfort indicator The symbol of the comfort indicator (the three different "smiles" J K L) reflect the room climate whereby the weather station works according to the following table: Temperature 20% 30% L L 67.

etc. protection against burglary. access control. airing. Bi-directional data transfer of WS 550 US to TX 550 and all additional sensors works according to BidCoS Standard. 41 . 12. It allows you to build an entire house controlling system with compatible components: switch/dim lights and other electrical appliances. cooling. weather measuring technology. air-conditioners (heating.). Speedy bi-directional communication (wireless signals that are sent are confirmed by the receiver) increases the functional safety and thus form the basis for a multitude of options for remote control / remote monitoring. energy management. safety devices. Wireless technology BidCoS™ BidCoS (Bidirectional Communication Standard) is a new wireless standard that has been specially developed for wireless control of sensors and actors for house automation.

including interference that may cause undesired operation The responsible party for this device compliance is: La Crosse Technology 2809 Losey Blvd South La Crosse. may cause harmful interference to radio communications. uses and can radiate radio frequency energy and. the user is encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or more of the following measures: - Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna. model number WS 550 US complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules.13. USA (001) 608-782-1982 42 . These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential installation. trade name La Crosse. However. pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules. This equipment generates. Operation is subject to the following two conditions: (1) this device may not cause harmful interference. and (2) this device must accept any interference received. - Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver. NOTE: This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device. which can be determined by turning the equipment off and on. - Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help. If this equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or television reception. WI 54601. there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation. if not installed and used in accordance with the instructions.874 in (20 cm) from all persons and must not be co-located or operating in conjunction with any other antenna or transmitter. FCC Information Contains FCC ID: RNT-TRX916 Changes or modifications not expressly approved in writing by La Crosse Technology may void the user’s authority to operate the equipment. DoC Statement This device. - Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the receiver is connected. The internal antenna used for this mobile transmitter must provide a separation distance of at least 7.

Appendix A: Menu Overview WS 550 US Main menu MIN MAX RESET RESET RAIN RESET SUN RESET MIN-MAX CFG CLEANING SENSOR LIGHTING LIGHTING BRIGHT CTRL BEGIN END TIME/DATE TIME YEAR MONTH DAY WEEKDAY HOUR MINUTE LIVE MODE BEGIN END UNITS TEMPERATURE PRESSURE RAIN POSITION LATITUDE LONGITUDE TIMEZONE SYSTEM BEEP DST INTERVALL ALTITUDE RAIN CAL SUN CAL 43 .

4 -162.8 -85.9 33.2 -86.5 33.9 -91.9 -91.4 -149.3 Cleburne County 33.4 Madison County 34.8 -92.6 35.6 33.6 -87.7 Monroe County 31.4 -114.6 -147.5 -134.3 Sumter County 32.8 North Slope Borough 70.7 -85.0 -87.2 Fairbanks North Star Borough 64.1 -140.8 -85.8 -149.2 35.2 -156.7 -93.4 -86.8 -88.8 33.6 Pickens County 33.4 33.2 35.7 -86.5 Geneva County 31.2 -92.2 -86.2 -87.2 Bethel 60.9 -94.9 -160.6 -93.3 -163.7 Franklin County 34.2 35.6 34.7 -86.2 36.3 -86.3 34.5 34.8 Henry County 31.8 Longitude -86.3 -88.2 33.8 -91.9 33.1 -87.7 34.0 -112.1 Aleutians West 52.0 33.7 Calhoun County 33.7 -85.3 33.8 33.3 -88.4 Tallapoosa County 32.6 Barbour County 31.5 Perry County 32.5 36.3 -86.2 -90.4 36.8 Lowndes County 32.6 57.3 -111.9 Lawrence County 34.8 -161.3 -87.9 -145.6 -91.6 -87.8 36.0 -90.6 Coffee County 31.7 32.9 -93.4 Wilcox County 32.0 -109.1 -91.8 -86.6 -152.5 -87.0 Blount County 34.Appendix B: Table of latitude/longitude of US counties.8 -85.6 Matanuska-Susitna Borough 61.5 33.0 Fayette County 33.9 -112.8 34.8 34.5 Houston County 31.0 -90.2 -93.9 Cherokee County 34.1 35.3 Mobile County 30.2 -85.3 -87.8 Lauderdale County 34.7 -94.0 -87.4 35.8 Washington County 31.6 35.2 -86.5 35.2 Walker County 33.4 34.6 -85.5 Baldwin County 30.1 -92.7 -94.3 -86.8 -85.1 56.7 Cullman County 34.4 32.3 -91.7 Lake and Peninsula Borough 58.8 -87.9 -86.3 34.6 -135.8 Randolph County 33.7 36.9 -87.8 -92.6 Lee County 32.7 -87.4 -109.7 Denali Borough 63.9 -86.5 -93.0 33.0 -172.8 Haines Borough 59.1 -92.8 Jefferson County 33.4 -91.7 -133.9 -109.7 -85.1 Etowah County 34.9 Bristol Bay Borough 58.6 -94.1 33.5 Elmore County 32.1 -85.5 -86.3 -90.3 35. 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