Dakota Digital MAN #650134 Clock User Manual

MAN #650134
Digital Clock
The digital clock from Dakota Digital, Inc. incorporates the reliability and quality of our standard gauges,
along with several unique features and easy mounting. These features include:
Quartz accuracy
Night dimming feature
Very low standby power to prevent battery drain
High visibility VFD display for sunlight readability
Displays current time in 12 hour format
BLACK Connect to a good ground point in the vehicle
RED Connect to switched 12 volt power point
(An accessory terminal will work for this)
ORANGE Connect to a constant 12 volt power point
(This will keep the correct time)
BLUE Connect to the taillight circuit
+12V when lights on for dim function
Setting the time with remote switches:
The remote mounted red and black push buttons will be used to set the clock. The BLACK “set” button
advances hours, the RED “set” button advances minutes. Each time that you make a change to either the hours or
minutes, the seconds are reset to zero.
Setting the time through lens:
Using a small, thin object such as a pen or hairpin, press “set” buttons through front lens access holes.
The access holes are on the right side of the lens. Top “set” button advances hours, bottom “set” button advances
Adjusting the accuracy:
The clock is accurate to +/-2 minutes a month as it is set, but it can be tuned for better accuracy if desired.
Press and hold both of the set buttons for several seconds. The clock will display “C 0”. The “C” indicates that it is
in the calibration mode and the second number is the current calibration value. The calibration value indicates the
number of seconds to add or subtract each day. The clock can be adjusted from +7 sec/day to -7 sec/day.
Press the minute set button to change the cal value. Press the hour set button to return to normal clock
Technical specifications
Minimum operating voltage - 7 volts
Maximum operating voltage - 18 volts
(Operating at or near maximum rating for an extended time can damage unit)
Clock accuracy - ±2 minute per month
Typical current draw (@ 13.8V) - 0.13 A
Standby current draw (key off) - 0.002 A