Denver CRL-290

Denver CRL-290 manual

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    1. Natural sound selector
    2. Memory Up
    3. Alarm 1 On/Set
    4. To set the Light intensity High
    5. To set the Light intensity Low
    6. Light ON/OFF
    7. Clock set / memory
    8. Snooze / Sleep
    9. Function
    10. ON/OFF
    11. Volume Down
    12. Volume Up
    13. Alarm 2 On/Set
    To install a bulb or replace a burned-out bulb, please note the followings :
    1. Press the Light ON/OFF button on the base unit to the OFF,
    2. Unplug the light from the power source. Do not unplug the light by
    pulling on cord directly.
    3. Gently turn the light bulb in counter-clockwise direction to unlock it,
    then unplug it from the light bulb holder.
    WARNING : DO NOT ATTEMPT TO REPLACE BULB IMMEDIATELY
    AFTER IT HAS BURNT-OUT AS BULB AND LAMP COVER ARE HOT.
    BEFORE REPLACING THE BULB, TURN OFF THE LIGHT AND
    ENSURE THAT THE AC CORD IS UNPLUGGED.
    4. Insert one E14 (Medium screw) maximum 60 watts standard / light
    bulb on top of bulb holder. Gently turn this bulb leftward to look firmly
    into the lamp holder or gently turn it right firmly to unlock it from the
    lamp holder. Make sure to use correct size and watts when replacing
    the bulb.
    NOTE:- Max 60 watts light bulb (E14 medium screw type for normal or
    halogen energy saving type - not included).
    REMARK:- IF ENERGY SAVING BULB ARE USED, ONLY HALOGEN
    TYPE IS SUPPORTED.
    WARNING : TO REDUCE THE RISK OF LIGHT BULB DAMAGE, BE
    CAREFUL NO TO GRIP THE LIGHT BULB TOO TIGHTLY.
    5. Connect the AC plug into a household outlet AC source.
    6. Press the Light ON/OFF again to the ON as needed.
    POWER CONNECTION
    Plug the AC power cord to a householder outlet AC source. This unit is
    equipped with a battery back up system, it requires a 1pc 3V “CR2032”
    lithium battery (not included). Insert the battery in the battery
    compartment, making certain that the positive and negative (+ and -)
    battery terminals are attached to the corresponding terminals on the
    plate in the battery compartment. If an AC power failure occurs, the
    clock automatically switches to the battery power supply, the clock and
    timer memory continue running. When the AC power resumes, the clock
    switches back to AC again.
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    OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
    Setting Clock Time
    With the OFF mode, press and hold the clock set / memory button; “12 Hr”
    will blink. Press the Tune + or Tune – button to set the unit to the “24 Hr”
    mode or “12 Hr” mode. Press the Clock set / memory button and the hours
    will blink. Press the Tune + or Tune – to set the current hour, then press
    the clock set / memory button again the minute digits will blink. Press the
    Tune + or Tune – to set the current minutes.
    When done and you press clock set/memory button once again and the
    display time will blink to indicate the current time is set.
    Setting Alarm Time
    When you set the alarm, you choose the light intensity level, the type of
    sound and the sound level. The alarm is set when the light ring round the
    ALARM button burns. The light intensity slowly increases to the chosen
    level during the last 20 minutes before the set alarm time.
    *For example, if you set the alarm time on 8:30 am, the light will
    slowly increase to max level 20 started from 8:10 am.
    To preview the alarm time, press the ALARM button once.
    While the display is showing the alarm time and hold the ALARM button
    for 3 seconds and the hours will blink.
    Press the Tune + or Tune – to set the alarm hour.
    Press the ALARM button again; the minute digits will blink. Press the
    Tune + or Tune – to set the alarm minutes.
    Press the ALARM button and you can change the sound mode (Buzzer,
    Radio, Nature) for the alarm.
    Press the Tune + or Tune – to choose different sound mode.
    Press the ALARM button again; the volume digits will blink, press the
    Tune + or Tune – to set the alarm sound level.
    Press the ALARM button again; the light digits will blink, press the
    Tune + or Tune – to set the alarm light level.
    Then press the ALARM button when done.
    To delay the alarm, press SNOOZE, it will come on again in approx.
    9 minutes. You may repeat this cycle several times during the alarm cycle.
    To stop the alarm, press ALARM button or ON/OFF button.
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    To stop the alarm from coming on the following day, hold the ALARM
    button to turn it off. The alarm icon or will disappear to indicate the
    alarm is disarmed.
    Setting the light intensity level
    1. Use the light adjustment button 4 & 5 to set the light intensity level.
    2. The light intensity level between 1 to 20 for alarm function.
    Listening to Radio
    Press the ON/OFF button to turn the unit on.
    Press the FUNCTION button to select the Radio mode.
    Use the Tune + or Tune – button to select the desired FM station. If you
    press and hold the Tune + or Tune – button for one second, then release,
    the unit will automatically scan to the next broadcasting station.
    Press the ON/OFF button to turn the radio OFF.
    To set / recall the radio presets
    Press the ON/OFF button to turn the unit on.
    Press the FUNCTION button to select the Radio mode.
    Use the Tune + or Tune – button to select the desired FM station.
    Press the Clock set/memory button; “M02” will blink in the display.
    Press the Clock set/memory button again to set the preset.
    Repeat steps 2 through 4 to set more presets.
    The unit can preset 10 stations totally for FM.
    When “M01-M10” is blinking, press the Tune + or Tune – button to select
    the preset number.
    When recalling preset stations, press Memory Up to select the preset
    number.
    Sleep operation
    When listening to radio, press Snooze / Sleep button to enter sleep
    mode. You can just adjust the sleep timer from 90 mins to 10 mins by
    pressing the Snooze / Sleep button. The unit will automatically turn off
    after the selected time.
    If holding the Snooze / Sleep button for 4 seconds, sleep mode will turn
    off.
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    Line in
    The Line in Jack can be used to playback alternate audio signal sources
    on the unit speakers.
    This Line in jack requires a 3.5 mm audio cable for input signal.
    Note : The 3.5 mm audio cable is not included.
    SPECIFICATIONS
    Frequency range : FM 87.3 – 108 MHz
    Battery backup : 3V (CR2032 Flat lithium battery x 1) not included.
    Power Source : AC230V ~ 50 Hz (65W)
    14. Tune
    15. Tune +
    16. Light bulb
    17. Light Bulb holder
    18. Line In
    19. Display
    20. AC Power Cord
    21. Rating label (rear of unit
    22. FM Antenna
    23. Battery compartment (rear of unit)
    24. Display High/Low dimmer
    25. Speaker
    26. Opening the Lamp shade
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    WARNING
    1. No naked flame sources, such as lighted candles, should be placed
    on the apparatus.
    2. Do not place the product in closed bookcases or racks without proper
    ventilation.
    3. Where the mains plug is used as the disconnect device, the disconnect
    device shall remain readily operable.
    4. The ventilation should not be impeded by covering the ventilation
    openings with items, such as newspapers, table-cloths, curtains, etc..
    5. It shall not be exposed to dripping or splashing and that no objects filled
    with liquids, such as vases, shall be placed on the apparatus.
    6. Do not connect FM antenna to outside antenna.
    7. The unit should not be exposed to direct sunlight, very high or low
    temperature, moisture, vibrations or placed in a dusty environment.
    8. Do not use abrasive, benzene, thinner or other solvents to clean the
    surface of the unit. To clean, wipe it will mid non-abrasive detergent
    solution and clean soft cloth.
    9. Never attempt to insert wires, pins or other such objects into the vents
    or opening of this unit.
    10. For indoor use only.
    11. If the external flexible cord of this luminaire is damaged, it shall be
    exclusively replaced by the manufacturer or his service agent or a
    similar qualified person in order to avoid a hazard.
    12. Disconnect device warning : Main plug is used as the connection, so
    it should always remain ready operate.
    13. Batteries shall not be exposed to excessive heat such as sunshine,
    fire or the like.
    CAUTION
    Danger of explosion if battery is incorrectly replaced
    Replace only with the same or equivalent type
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    English
    Setting Alarm Time
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    CRL-290
    INSTRUCTION MANUAL
    BRUKSANVISNING
    BETJENINGSVEJLEDNING
    BEDIENUNGSANLEITUNG
    MANUAL DE INSRUCCIONES
    MANUAL DE INSTRUÇÕES
    INSTRUZIONI PER L'USO
    KÄYTTÖOHDE
    www.denver-electronics.com
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    ENGLISH
    ALL RIGHTS RESERVED
    COPY RIGHT DENVER ELECTRONICS A/S
    www.denver-electronics.com
    Electric and electronic equipment contains materials, components and
    substances that can be hazardous to your health and the environment,
    if the waste material (discarded electric and electronic equipment) is
    not handled correctly.
    Electric and electronic equipment is marked with the crossed out trash
    can symbol, seen below. This symbol signifies that electric and electronic
    equipment should not be disposed of with other household waste, but
    should be disposed of separately.
    All cities have established collection points, where electric and electronic
    equipment can either be submitted free of charge at recycling stations
    and other collection sites, or be collected from the households. Additional
    information is available at the technical department of your city.
Denver CRL-290

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Especificaciones de Denver CRL-290

General
Marca Denver
Modelo CRL-290
Producto Radio
EAN 5706751012136, 5706751012440
Idioma Inglés
Tipo de archivo PDF
Radio
Tipo de radio Reloj
Bandas de radio soportadas FM
Reloj
Reloj integrado
Temporizador de apagado
Función snooze
Puertos e Interfaces
Entrada de línea
Batería
Voltaje de la pila 3V
Otras características
Requisitos de energía 230 V / 50 Hz
Dimensiones (Ancho x Profundidad x Altura) 220 x 138 x 238mm

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