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INSTRUCTIONS FOR VOICE CONTROLLED TALKING ALARM CLOCK
Note: When the clock is connected to the provided AC Adapter, the Voice
be active. This will enable you to use the command, "Hello
Moshi" to identify the time, date, temperature and much more.
the instructions below, check that the "Voice Trigger" switch is in the 'on' position.
When using the clock on battery power, the voice trigger mode is disabled
and the screen must be pressed to activate all voice interactive commands.
This clock has four different alternating color backgrounds for speaking,
listening and temperature. The night light will alternate in 6 colors.
The display turns red when the inside temperature is 90 F and above,
or if a function is not working properly.
The display turns green when the inside temperature is between 70
and 89 F, or when the clock is listening.
The display turnss light blue when the inside temperature is between
60 and 69 F.
The display turns dark blue when the inside temperature is 59 F and
below, or when the clock is talking.
Activation List of Spoken Commands
To start using the clock either when using the provided AC Adapter or while
using the batteries,
lease begin your interaction with the clock with the
ay “Hello Moshi”, then the clock will will respond with:
“Welcome, command please"
Use any of the following voice commands:
“Time” – The clock will respond “the time is (current time).
“Set Time” – The clock will respond “tell me the current time
and, on first
usage or after an error.
Here is an example of how to correctly say the time:
Respond with the current time to set the clock (for example, say “six
”). The clock will then confirm “the time is now set to six o’clock
“Alarm” – The clock will respond “the alarm is set to
(alarm time) and say
whether the alarm is on or off. Then it will play the current alarm wake-up
sound you have chosen.
“Set Alarm” – The clock will respond “tell me the time you want the alarm to
sound” and on first usage or after an error.
Here is an example of how to correctly say the alarm time:
Respond with the time you want the alarm to sound (for example, “seven
”). The clock will respond “the alarm is now set to seven thirty
“Alarm Sound” – The clock will respond “to choose an alarm sound, say
‘alarm one’ (chime), ‘alarm two’ (chirp), or ‘alarm three’ (bell)."
Respond with your desired sound (for example, “alarm one”). The clock will
respond confirming the chosen alarm sound.
“Turn off the Alarm” – During the silences between alarm sounds, use the
command “turn off the alarm” to silence the alarm. This command will turn
off the alarm until the next day. The alarm will turn off and the clock will
respond “today is (current day, date, time and temperature
“Sleep Sound” – The clock will respond “to choose a sleep sound, say ‘sound
one’ (water), ‘sound two’ (birds), or ‘sound three’ (waterfall). Respond with
the desired sound (for example, “sound one”). The clock will respond
confirming the chosen sound. The clock can play 5 minutes of three
different soothing sleep sounds.
“Play Sleep Sounds” – The clock will play the current sleep sound
programmed. Press the display to turn off the sleep sound.
“Today’s Date” – The clock will respond “today is (current date).
“Temperature” – the clock will respond “the temperature is (current inside
“Night Light” – This command turns the alternating colors of the night light
on and off.
“Help” – The clock will respond “you can say (and gives the list of
After saying the words “Hello Moshi”, if you have decided not to say a
command just say the word “cancel”.
The alarm begins at a low volume and gradually increases if it is not turned
off. After 1 minute, the alarm will automatically snooze.
To turn off the alarm for the day, say “turn off the alarm” in the silences
between the alarm sounds.
If you press the screen when the alarm is sounding, the clock will respond
“snooze time 9 minutes” and will go into snooze mode. This will occur three
times, and then the alarm will stop sounding for the day.
To turn off snooze mode, say “Hello Moshi”, wait for the clock to say
“Welcome, command please” then say “turn off the alarm.
To set the clock manually (time, alarm, date) use the buttons on the back
side of the clock: “Set”, “Mode”, “Up” (increase) and “Down” (decrease).
The back of the clock has four buttons and two switches. The layout of the
buttons and switches are below.
If looking at the back of the clock, from left to right:
Up Arrow Button
Interactive voice on/off switch
Alarm on/off switch
By default, the Interactive voice and Alarm switches are in the
Start by pressing the “Set” button, (the clock will say the time) then press
the “Mode” button to get to the desired mode. Then press the “Up” or
“Down” button until you get to your desired time, alarm or date choice.
Please note that the date and choice of “F” or “C” for temperature must be
For example, to set the current month, day and year, please do the
Press the “Mode” key until you see the date screen, or the mode button
twice to reach the date screen.
(Please note the default date is Jan 01, 2008.)
Press the “Set” button
he clock will respond “today is Tuesday, Jan 01,
Press the “Up” or “Down” button to change the year. Then press the “Set”
The first digit for the month will flash. Then press the “Up” or “Down”
button until you arrive at the correct month. The clock will say the different
months as you continue to press “Up” or “Down
Once you reach the
desired month, press the “Set” key. Then the numbers for the day will flash.
Then press the “Up” or “Down” button until you arrive at the desired day.
Then press the “Set” button two times and the clock will tell you the date
that it is set.
To set the temperature units to F or C (Fahrenheit or Celsius):
Say the “temperature” voice command or press the display until the
temperature is shown. Then use the “Set” button on the back of the clock to
toggle between Fahrenheit (F) and Celsius (C).
On the back side of the clock, there is a manual alarm “On/Off” switch.
Move this switch to the “Off” position if you do not want the alarm to sound.
Otherwise, you can use the voice recognition commands to manage the
alarm. Please make sure that the Alarm switch is set to the “On” position at
all times for the alarm and alarm voice commands to work.
To activate the clock, simply say “Hello Moshi” or press the display.
The clock will then say “Welcome, command please.” Please say the
commands in a normal voice, as if you were speaking to a person nearby.
Do not speak at the same time the clock is speaking. Ambient noise may
affect the listening operation of the clock.
Open the battery cover on the bottom of the clock. Insert 3 “AAA” batteries
according to the polarity sign, or where the flat part of the batteries are
placed against the springs inside the battery compartment. If batteries were
inserted properly, the clock will begin operation automatically. The clock will
display the default time of “12:00 am
When using in only battery mode, if the alarm sound is too quiet or the
display is blurry or no colored lights are visible, please replace the batteries.
Please be sure to reset the correct time, alarm and date after replacing
DO NOT mix old and new batteries. DO NOT mix alkaline, standard (carbon
zinc) or rechargeable (nickel cadmium) batteries.
Non-rechargeable batteries must not be recharged.
The supply terminals must not be short-circuited.
When Using Rechargeable Batteries
Rechargeable batteries must be charged under adult supervision.
Rechargeable batteries must be removed from the battery compartment
before being charged.