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I have a new XC0436 weather station that is showing time/date 12 hours behind. Tried everything possible but apart doing a manual setting the sync setting is wrong

It's a Digitech brand

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While trying to setup internet time syncing on my new XC0436 I found this question. The answer from Fred is a bit brief so I thought I should add some details. When the XC0436 is synced to an internet time source it gets the time in UTC. To convert this to local time it uses a manually entered offset. The user manual lists the following steps to adjust the offset:

1. press and hold CLOCK SET key for 2 seconds to enter time set mode
2. the first value displayed is the offset (it appears that only whole hours are possible)
3. press the up or down arrows on the back to adjust the offset (e.g. 08 for Hong Kong)
4. press and hold the CLOCK SET key to confirm and exit

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Select the correct country time zone.

Posted on Jul 14, 2021

Testimonial: "The weather station is synced to the wifi which has the correct time so it doesn't make sense."

  • Fred
    Fred Jul 15, 2021

    My computer is synchronised to the web but I can still select different time zones.

  • Norman Biss
    Norman Biss Jul 15, 2021

    My computer has correct time zone. Strange that apart from Chatham Island & South Australia all are hourly not half hourly which my weather station is showing

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