BRESSER 7007330 Radio Control Color Weather Station Instruction Manual


Weather StationNeomeo ColourInstruction manual


Imprint (German)

Bresser GmbHGutenbergstr. 246414 RhedeGermanywww.bresser.deFor any warranty claims or service enquiries, please refer to the information on “Warranty” and “Service” in this documentation. We apologize for any inconvenience causedby the fact that we cannot process enquiries or submissions sent directly to the manufacturer’s address.Errors and technical changes excepted.© 2021 Bresser GmbHAll rights reserved.The reproduction of this documentation – even in extracts in any form (e.g. photocopy, print, etc.) as well as the use and distribution by means of electronic systems (e.g. image file, website, etc.) without the prior written permission of the manufacturer is prohibited.The designations and brand names of the respective companies used in this documentation are generally protected by trade, trademark and/or patent law in Germany, theEuropean Union and/or other countries.

Validity note

This documentation is valid for the products with the following- ing article numbers: 7007330Manual version: 0521Manual designation:Manual_7007330_Neomeo-Colour_ende_BRESSER_v052021aAlways provide information when requesting service.

About this Instruction Manual

NOTICEThese operating instructions are to be considered a component of the device.Read the safety instructions and the operating manual carefully before using this device.Keep this instruction manual in a safe place for future reference. When the device is sold or given to someone else, the instruction manual must be provided to the new owner/ user of the product.

Parts overview and scope of delivery

Illustration 1: Parts overview and screen displays of the base station (1-26) and the wireless sensor (27-33).

  1. SNOOZE/DIMMER button
  2. Current temperature value (outdoors)
  3. Humidity value (outdoors)
  4. Maximum and minimum temperature values (outdoors)
  5. Air humidity maximum and minimum values (indoors)
  6. Current temperature value (indoors)
  7. Current humidity value (indoors)
  8. Symbol for RC clock signal
  9. Indoor climate indicator (shows the quality of the indoor climate)
  10. ALERT button
  11. WEATHER button
  12. ALARM button
  13. Date display
  14. DOWN/°C/°F button
  15. MODE/SET button
  16. AM/PM symbol for 12-hour time mode
  17. Weekday display
  18. LO/HI symbol for minimum/maximum value info
  19. Graphical display of the weather situation
  20. Wall mount fixture
  21. Battery compartment cover
  22. Battery compartment
  23. MEMORY button
  24. Stand, fold-out
  25. RF SEARCH button
  26. RESET knob
  27. Temperature and humidity value
  28. Wall mount fixture
  29. RESET knob
  30. °C/°F button
  31. Stand, fold-out
  32. Battery compartment cover
  33. Battery compartment

Scope of delivery:

Base station (A), wireless sensor (B)Required batteries (not included):2 pcs. Mignon batteries (1.5V, type AA/LR6) (base station),2 pcs. micro batteries (1.5V, type AAA/LR03) (wireless sensor)

Before commissioning

NOTICEAvoid connection faults!In order to avoid connection problems between the devices, the following points must be observed during commissioning.

  1. Place the base unit (receiver) and sensor (transmitter) as close together as possible.
  2. Connect the power supply to the base unit and wait until the indoor temperature is displayed.
  3. Establish a power supply for the sensor.
  4. Set up/operate the base unit and sensor within the effective transmission range.
  5. Make sure that the base unit and the radio sensor are set to the same channel.

When changing the batteries, always remove the batteries in both the base unit and the sensor and reinsert them in the correct order so that the radio connection can be re-established. If one of the two devices is operated via a mains power connection, the power connection for this device must also be disconnected briefly when changing the battery. If, for example, only the batteries in the sensor are replaced, the signal cannot be received or can no longer be received correctly.Note that the actual range depends on the building materials used in the building and the position of the base unit and outdoor sensor. External influences (various radio transmitters and other sources of interference) can greatly reduce the possible range. In such cases, we recommend finding other locations for both the base unit and the outdoor sensor. Sometimes a shift of just a few centimetres is enough!

Setting up power supply

Base station

  1. Remove the battery compartment cover.
  2. Insert the batteries into the battery compartment. Ensure that the battery polarity (+/-) is correct.
  3. Replace the battery compartment cover.Remote sensor
  4. Remove the battery compartment cover.
  5. Insert the batteries into the battery compartment. Ensure that the battery polarity (+/-) is correct.
  6. Replace the battery compartment cover.

Signal transmission

The base station automatically connects with the outdoor sensor. Press RF SEARCH button to manually search for the sensor. If the connection is successful, the sensor signal strength indicator is shown on the display.

Connection status display:

Connection status Display indication
Good signal Receiver symbol
The sensor is searched for Receiver symbol flashes
No signal for a long period  of time ‘–.-‘ is displayed

Setting the weather status

NOTICE! For a correct display of the weather forecast, the current weather status must be set correctly immediately after powering on the device. The first weather forecast will be displayed approximately 6 to 8 hours after the set-up.NOTICE! These settings should also be made again when changing the location of the device.

  1. After switching on the unit, press the WEATHER button for 3 seconds. The weather symbol on the display flashes.
  2. Select the graphic symbol corresponding with the current weather status by pressing the UP/ALARM or DOWN/°C/°F button.
  3. Finally, press the WEATHER button to save the settings and return to the normal display mode.

Automatic time setting

After powering on, the device automatically searches for the radio signal. It takes about 3-8 minutes to complete this process.If the radio signal is received correctly, the date and time are set automatically and the reception symbol is displayed.

If no radio signal is received, proceed as follows:

  1. Press the DOWN/°C/°F and UP/ALARM button for approx. 2 seconds to initiate radio signal reception again.
  2. If still no radio signal is received, the time must be set manually.

Manual time setting

  1. In normal display mode, press the MODE button for about 3 seconds to enter the time settings mode.
  2. Digits to be set are flashing.
  3. Press UP/ALARM or DOWN/°C/°F button to change the value.
  4. Press the MODE button to confirm and switch to the next setting.
  5. Settings sequence: 12/24-hour mode > Time zone > Hours > Minutes > Seconds > Year > Month > Day > Language (for weekday display)
  6. Finally, press the MODE button to save the settings and exit settings mode.

Alarm setting

  1. Press the MODE key several times to display the alarm time (AL).
  2. Press the MODE button for about 3 seconds to switch to the setting mode for the corresponding alarm time.
  3. The value to be set is flashing.
  4. Press the UP or DOWN button to change the value.
  5. Press the MODE button to confirm and switch to the next setting.
  6. Settings sequence: Hours > Minutes
  7. Finally, press the MODE button to save the settings and exit settings mode.
  8. Press the UP/ALARM button to enable the alarm. The alarm symbol (bell) appears on the display.
  9. To deactivate the alarm, press the ALARM button repeatedly until the alarm symbol (bell) is no longer displayed.
  10. When the alarm sounds, press any key (except SNOOZE/DIMMER) to disable the alarm until the alarm time is reached next. Press SNOOZE/DIMMER button to pause the alarm for 5 minutes. The alarm will be automatically disabled after 2 minutes.

Outdoor temperature alarm

  1. In the normal display mode, press the ALERT button for about 3 seconds to enter the setting mode for out-door temperature alarm.
  2. The symbolsand will flash.
  3. Press the ALERT button to select the value for or
  4. Press UP/ALARM or DOWN/°C/°F button to change the value.
  5. Press the ALERT button to confirm and switch to the next setting.
  6. Settings sequence: Highest temperature Lowest temperature Exit
  7. Finally, press the ALERT button to save the settings and return to normal display mode.NOTICE! If no setting is made after 30 seconds, the setting mode will be closed automatically. Settings made up to that point will be saved.Enabling outdoor temperature alarm
  8. In normal display mode, press the ALERT button briefly several times to enable the desired temperature alarm(s). Depending on the selection, the symbols and/or appear individually or together on the display.
  9. If the outdoor temperature reaches one of the limit values, the temperature alarm symbol flashes and a warning tone sounds.
  10. Press any button to stop the temperature alarm. and/or

Receiving measurements automaticallyOnce the power supply is enabled, the base station will display the measurement readings indoors. Readings from the outdoor sensor will be displayed within 3 minutes after powering it on.If no signal is received, proceed as follows:Press the CH button for about 3 seconds to initiate reception of measurements again.

Past 24 hours history dataThe base station stores the maximum and minimum temperature and humidity values received from the outdoor sensor until the next manual reset, but for no longer than 24 hours.

  1. In normal display mode, press the MEMORY button to switch to memory mode. [MEM] appears on the display.
  2. Press the MEMORY button several times to also display the time and date information for the values one after another.
  3. After passing through all stored values, the display jumps back to the normal display mode. [MEM] is no longer displayed.
  4. When [MEM] is shown on the display, press the MEMORY button for about 3 seconds to manually clear all data from the outdoor sensor that has been stored previously.

NOTICE! After 24 hours, the stored data is automatically deleted in any case. The deletion of the data cannot be undone! The station automatically starts recording data again until the next manual/automatic deletion.

EC declaration of conformity A “Declaration of conformity” in accordance with the applicable directives and corresponding standards has been prepared by Bresser GmbH. The full text of the EC declaration of conformity is available at the following Internet 

UKCA Declaration of Conformity

UK CABresser GmbH has issued a “Declaration of Conformity” in accordance with applicable guidelines and corresponding standards. The full text of the UKCA declaration of conformity is available at the following internet address: UK Ltd. • Suite 3G, Eden House, Enter-prise Way, Edenbridge, Kent TN8 6Hf, Great Britain

WarrantyThe regular warranty period is 5 years and starts on the day of purchase. For full warranty terms and services, please visit

Disposal Dispose of the packaging materials properly, according to their types, such as paper or cardboard. Contact your local waste disposal service or environmental authority for information on the proper disposal.

Do not dispose of electronic devices in the household garbage!According to the European Directive 2012/19/EU onWaste Electrical and Electronic Equipment and its transposition into national law, used electrical equipment must be collected separately and recycled in an environmentally sound manner.

Batteries and rechargeable batteries must not be disposed of with household waste. You are legally obliged to return used batteries and accumulators and can return the batteries after use either in our sales outlet or in the immediate vicinity (e.g. in the trade or in municipal collection points) free of charge.Batteries and accumulators are marked with a crossed-out dustbin and the chemical symbol of the pollutant, “Cd” stands for cadmium, “Hg” stands for mercury and “Pb” stands for lead.

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