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INTRODUCTION FEDERAL COMMUNICATIONS

This instrument is a 4½ digit, compact-sized portable
HH804W OMEGAnet® On-Line Service Internet e-mail digital thermometer designed to use external 100Ω Plati- COMMISSION
omega.com info@omega.com num RTD as temperature sensor. Temperature indication This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules.
HH804WE follows Reference Temperature/Resistance Tables (Pt385 Operation is subject to the following two condi-
WIRELESS DUAL INPUT RTD tions:(1) this device may not cause harmful interfer-
DIGITAL THERMOMETER Servicing North America: for European Curve, Alpha=.00385. Pt3926 for American
Curve, Alpha=.003926. Pt3916 for Japan Curve, Al- ence, and (2) this device must accept any interference
M4552/0711 U.S.A: One Omega Drive, Box 4047
INSTRUCTION
pha=.003916.) received, including interference that may cause unde-
SHEET Shop online at: omega.com e-mail: info@omega.com Stamford, CT 06907-0047
ISO 9001 Tel: (203) 359-1660 FAX: (203) 359-7700
sired operation.
For latest product manuals: omegamanual.info
Certified
MADE IN TAIWAN Canada:
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SAFETY INFORMATION NOTE
Laval (Quebec) H7L 5A1, Canada It is recommended that you read the safety and opera- This equipment has been tested and found to comply
Tel: (514) 856-6928 FAX: (514) 856-6886 tion instructions before using the thermometer. with the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to
e-mail: info@omega.ca Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to
WARNING provide reasonable protection. This equipment gener-
For immediate technical or application assistance: To avoid electrical shock, do not use this instrument ates, uses and can radiated radio frequency energy and,
U.S.A Sales Service: 1-800-826-6342/1-800-TC-OMEGA® when working voltages at the measurement surface if not installed and used in accordance with the in-
and Customer Service: 1-800-622-2378/1-800-622-BEST® over 24V AC or DC.
Canada: structions, may cause harmful interference to radio
communications. However, there is no guarantee that
Mexico: En Espan ol: (001) 203-359-7803 WARNING interference will not occur in a particular installation If
e-mail: espanol@omega.com To avoid damage or burns, do not make temperature this equipment does cause harmful interference to ra-
FAX: (001) 203-359-7807 info@omega.com.mx measurement in microwave ovens. dio or television reception, which can be determined
by turning the equipment off and on, the user is en-
Servicing Europe:
couraged to try to correct the interference by one or
Benelux: Postbus 8034, 1180 LA Amstelveen, The Netherlands more of the following measures:
Tel: +31 (0)20 3472121 FAX: +31 (0)20 6434643
Toll Free in Benelux: 0800 0993344
e-mail: sales@omegaeng.nl - Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.
Czech Frystatska 184, 733 01 Karviná, Czech Republic
- Increase the separation between the equipment and
Republic: Tel: +420 (0)59 6311899 FAX: +420 (0)59 6311114 receiver.
Toll Free: 0800-1-66342 e-mail: info@omegashop.cz - Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit dif-
France: 11, rue Jacques Cartier, 78280 Guyancourt, France ferent from that to which the receiver is connected.
Tel: +33 (0)1 61 37 2900 FAX: +33 (0)1 30 57 5427 - Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV tech-
Toll Free in France: 0800 466 342 nician for help.
e-mail: sales@omega.fr
Germany/ Daimlerstrasse 26, D-75392 Deckenpfronn, Germany Shielded interface cables must be used in order to
Austria: Tel: + 49 (0)7056 9398-0 FAX: +49 (0)7056 9398-29
Toll Free in Germany: 0800 639 7678
comply with emission limits.
e-mail: info@omega.de Changes or modifications not expressly approved by
United One Omega Drive, River Bend Technology Centre
the party responsible for compliance could void the
Kingdom: Northbank, Irlam, Manchester user‘s authority to operate the equipment.
ISO 9002 M44 5BD United Kingdom
Certified Tel: +44 (0)161 777 6611 FAX: +44 (0)161 777 6622
Toll Free in United Kingdom: 0800-488-488 WIRELESS NOTE
e-mail: sales@omega.co.uk Wireless receiver must keep a distance at least 40cm
from the meter and meter to meter distance
must be at least 30cm.

It is the policy of OMEGA Engineering, Inc. to comply with all
worldwide safety and EMC/EMI regulations that apply. OMEGA
is constantly pursuing certification of its products to the
European New Approach Directives. OMEGA will add the CE
mark to every appropriate device upon certification.
The information contained in this document is believed to be
correct, but OMEGA accepts no liability for any errors it
contains, and reserves the right to alter specifications without
notice.
These products are not designed for use in, and
should not be used for, human applications.

display “T1 T2 T1-T2” key. To change the “HOLD” annunciator is displayed. value and Hi/Lo Limits values that were entered when 1.05% rdg + 0. 255g including batteries. all values Dimensions: second display. Hi Limit value is entered via overlay cording mode. onds) value is entered via overlay numbers. combination of input pins. WIRELESS MODE: 0. REL Relative mode (only Main display) 11.00 status. Elapsed time set mode) =. and AVG readings. Battery Life: Press “MIN/MAX” key to cycle through the MAX. Overload: “----. = = = =.9 counts) shown on the LCD is always the dif.= is displayed in Press “MIN/MAX” key to enter the MIN MAX Re. when the thermometer To prevent accidental loss of MIN. (Previ- urement): 1volt.1 times the applicable accuracy specification per °C turned on. Input Connector: 9. Exit SET mode to power again to exit the relative mode. T1 probe. The meter will set channel and ID The input selection indicates which input is selected for to 00. it is set to the temperature scale that was in use Press the “HOLD” key to enter the Data Hold mode.9mm. minutes. Press the “ ” key to turn on or turn off the Back-Light. Time (hours. GENERAL Minimum reading with time and Average reading stored numbers. main display.00.H.1~868. not >±1999. 9. When the thermometer is turned on.= is displayed on the main display. °C/°F Selecting the Temperature Scale (Main ference between the stored reference and the present tinuous or pulsed tone. main display. press the “Hi/Lo Limits” key Maximum Differential Common Mode Voltage cording mode. press power key to resume 10. Weight: Approx. REL is shown on the display. the Press the “ ” key for more than two seconds to start from 0°C to 18°C and 28°C to 50°C (32°F to 64°F and when the thermometer was last turned off. 160mm(H) x83mm(W) x 38mm(D). when main display input se- 4-Prong type connectors (flat blades spaced 7. it is set to the probe selected that was in use second and third display. Storage Temperature: 6. SET mode (Relative value set. Time set and tween the two probes (T1-T2). temperature scale. mum value is recorded. (Press ENTER key to skip netic interference. In the MIN/MAX re. value can also be entered by the user. To SET CH/ID to 00.2°C) on °C scale display) reading. T1 T2/T1-T2 Main display Input Selection Press “HOLD” key again to resume recording.3 Hi Limit value set mode. Press the “HOLD” key will shut down if there is no wireless signal for two min- 24V dc or 24V ac rms maximum input voltage on any 3.-” or “OL” is display. selected. Press “REL” key Pt385. and store the displayed Reading as a reference The Pt385/Pt3926 key switches the T2 input to select the Temperature Scale: Celsius or Fahrenheit user-selectable The “ ” key turns the thermometer on or off. .1 Press the “SET” key to enter relative values SET When the meter is off. mode (Press “ENTER” key to skip setting relative pressing Pt385/Pt3926/Pt3916 key switch. it is set to the RTD selected that was in use Pt3916/Pt3926(100Ω) -200°C to 630°C. Low current consumption less than 1mA. The wireless mode Input Protection: stops all further measurements. then 4½ digit liquid crystal display (LCD) with maximum power-off feature is disabled and “ ” key. = = = =. In the SET value. “SET” key.H. the value (can not parative mode. which Reading Rate: 1 time per second. time starts from set time value. the aver- Auto power off: 30 minutes. Press the “ ” key again for another 82°F to 122°F). press “HOLD” key to stop the recording. (See “SET mode” turned on.2 Elapsed time set mode. 2. the thermometer held the present readings and two seconds to stop wireless function. Press “REL” key again to exit the Press “Hi/Lo Limits” key to enter the Hi/Lo Limits com- Accuracy is specified for operating temperatures over the OFF”. the second display will show ID number. 9. “REL” key. TYPE(Pt385/Pt3926/Pt3916) Input RTD SPECIFICATIONS OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS Press the “REL” key to enter the relative mode. ously recorded read are not erased). T1/T2 T1-T2 second display Input Selection aging function is stopped. zero the Probe select (second display) ELECTRICAL 1. (-328°F to later in this manual). thermometer was last in use. in record mode). If an overload is recorded. and advance to elapsed time set mode. press again to restart recording. When the input temperature value ex- range of 18°C to 28°C (64°F to 82°F). Frequency range: 910~920MHz (HH804W) The relative value is entered via overlay numbers.= is displayed in main display. T2 probe or the difference be. Press “Hi/Lo Limits” key again to ±(0. ±(0. resume taking measurements. (Press “ENTER” key to skip -20°C to 60°C (-4°F to 140°F) <70% R.= = = : = = is displayed in display input selected T1. In the this mode the automatic Lo Limit value is entered via overlay numbers. When HOLD mode is wireless function. press “REL” key to enter the relative mode Resolution: 0. is turned on. press the “°C/°F” key. In the relative mode. “°C/°F” key. then T1 input can select alternate of probe by center to center). The display will show “APO as a reference value. press the operation. The input selection indicates which input is selected for “HOLD” key to stop the recording of readings. The relative reference ond display input selected T2.4°F) on °F scale Reading the main displayed in either degrees Celsius(°C) Temperature Coefficient: or degrees Fahrenheit(°F). press overlay “ENTER” key to store the Lo Limit reading of 19999. HOLD mode (only Main display) 13. seconds. “TYPE” key are disabled. “Hi/Lo Limits” key and main value and exit SET mode. 7. (only Main display) Hi Limit value set mode). When the thermometer is Accepts for RTD 3 wires or 4 wires subminiature Hi/Lo Limits value set) To check the channel and ID of the meter: turned on. press Ambient Operating Ranges: overlay “ENTER” key to store time value. All recorded read- switch. “ ” Power Button display. Pt3926 or Pt3916 RTD probe as input. (Maximum Voltage between T1 and T2 during meas.5MHz (HH804WE) 5. T2 probe or the difference are held. means that the channel and ID has been set to 00. 868.05% rdg + 0. MIN/MAX with Time record mode 9. between the two probes (T1-T2). then press “ENTER” key to store the Hi Display: Limit value. = = = =. LCD’s main display will show channel number. press “°C/°F” key and “ ” for 5 lected T1. The second display will show 00. “ ” Display Back-Light again to cancel HOLD mode causing thermometer to utes. ings are erased. When the desired relative value has when the thermometer was last turned off. When the thermometer is Pt385(100Ω) -200°C to 800°C.4 When the thermometer is turned on it uses the relative Battery: The beeper emits a tone when a new minimum or maxi. The transmitting distance can reach 25M without mag. exit the Hi/Lo Limits mode. when sec- Measurement Range: mode cannot be powered off. When the thermometer is 8. it is set to T1.2°F Press “ ” power key for more than 6 seconds to disable and than press “SET” key use the entered relative value 12. The “TYPE” key switches the T1 input to select the Pt385. ceeds the Hi or Lo Limits value. the beeper emits a con- including RTD probe error. MIN 200 hours typical with carbon zinc battery. Hi/Lo Limits mode (only Main display) Accuracy: the auto-power function.5V x 4 PCS (SIZE AAA) UM-4 R03. In this mode. (displays the Maximum reading with time. Elapsed 0°C to 50°C (32°F to 122°F) <80% R. T1 probe. MAX and AVG data. TYPE(Pt385/Pt3926/Pt3916) Input RTD Probe Select (only Main display) press overlay “ENTER” key to store the relative value. (-328°F to 1472°F) off.1°C or 0. and “ ” power key for more than 6 seconds with the 4. 1166°F) APO function mode been entered. Wireless Features: value). Pt3926 or Pt3916 RTD probe as input. for 1 year. sec- ENVIRONMENTAL when the thermometer was last turned off. it is set to T2 input can select alternate of this mode can only be cancelled by pressing and holding probe by second display Pt385/Pt3926/Pt3916 key the “MIN/MAX” key for 2 seconds. meter powered down. when main 9. relative mode.

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