Honeywell TE322ELW User Manual
BEFORE YOU BEGIN
• We recommend using alkaline batteries for the remote
sensor and main unit when temperatures are above 32°F
(0°C). We recommend using lithium batteries for the
remote sensor when temperatures are below 32°F (0°C).
• Avoid using rechargeable batteries. (Rechargeable
batteries cannot maintain correct power requirements).
• ALWAYS install batteries in the remote sensor before
the main unit.
• Insert batteries before first use, matching the polarity in
the battery compartment
• Press RESET after each battery change with a paper clip
or similar tool.
• Remove protective plastic screen from LCD display (if
• During an initial setup, place the main unit close to the
• After reception is established (the remote temperature
will appear on the main unit’s display), position the remote
sensor and the main unit within the effective transmission
range of 328 feet (100 meters).
• The remote sensor can be placed indoors or outdoors,
depending on the area where the temperature is
intended to be measured. If you intend measuring outdoor
elements, place remote sensor outdoors.
• The main unit must be placed indoors.
1.Avoid pressing any buttons on the main unit before the
remote readings are displayed.
2.The effective operating range may be influenced by the
surrounding building materials and how the receiver and
transmitter are positioned.
3.Place the remote sensor so that it faces the main unit
(receiver), minimizing obstructions such as doors, walls,
4.Though the remote sensors are weather-resistant, they
should be placed away from direct sunlight, rain or snow.
The best suggested location for the remote sensor for
outdoors is under the eave on the north side of the building.
• New double-tool design
• Remote temperature transmission to the main unit via
433 MHz frequency
• Case can be wall mounted using built-in hanger
• Selection of the temperature display in Celsius or Fahrenheit
• Three channel selection
• LCD displays temperature, and channel
A. LED INDICATOR
• Flashes once when the remote sensor transmits a
reading to the main unit.
• Flashes twice when battery power is low.
B. BATTERY COMPARTMENT
• Holds two AAA-size batteries
• Resets all previous settings
D. CHANNEL SWITCH
• Selects the desired channel -1, 2 or 3
E. WALL-MOUNT RECESSED OPENING
• Keeps the remote sensor on the wall
F. °C/ °F SWITCH
• Selects the temperature display in Celsius or Fahrenheit
A. WEATHER AND TIME IN EASY-TO READ DIGITS
B. SNOOZE/LIGHT button
• Stops the clock’s alarm temporarily
• Activates a backlight for 5 seconds
C. CHANNEL button
• Recalls a different remote sensor reading – 1,2 or 3
• Activates the remote channels auto-scan feature
• Activates the remote channels search
D. UP ( ) button
• Increases the parameters
• Activates US Time Zone selection mode
• Activates manual search for atomic time signal
• Enables time alarms (W) and (S) and Ice Warning
E. MODE button
• Toggles between time modes - time with seconds and
time with the day of the week
• Activates clock’s manual programming mode
F. DOWN ( ) button
• Decreases the parameters
• Activates manual remote channels search
• Disables time alarms (W) and (S) and Ice Warning
G. ALARM button
• Allows toggling between the calendar display and
three time alarm modes
• Allows programming available alarms
H. MEM button
• Toggles between current, minimum, maximum
readings of the indoor and remote
• Clears the temperature memory
I. WALL- MOUNT RECESSED HOLE
• Keeps the unit on the wall
J. BATTERY COMPARTMENT
• Accommodates 2 (two) UM-3 or AA 1.5V alkaline
K. REMOVABLE TABLE STAND
• Holds unit in upright position on a flat surface