With the power on, the first line displays the current set time. The second line alternated between the current date and the next on (ON) or off (OF) time in the cycle. The operation is pending before midnight of the current day.
Programming the Times
Pressing the 'OK' button for about 3 seconds enters the programming mode. When you're in programming mode the screen will read 'Timer Selectio'. Use the up and down arrow buttons to select the desired mode then confirm your selection by clicking the 'OK' button.
Confirm the language mode with the 'OK' button. On the display, the language previously selected will be flashing.
On the top line: Selectio
On the bottom line: English (flashing)
Use the up and down arrow buttons to select the language you'd like to choose. The available languages on the timer module are:
Once you have selected your language of choice confirm you selection by clicking the 'OK' button.
Setting the Date and Time
Setting the clock is an easy process with the La Spaziale timer. With these instructions, we'll get our timer's date and time set appropriately prior to setting the on and off schedule.
With the 'OK' button confirm the clock mode. The following message is shown on the display when selected.
On the top line: Day
On the bottom line: Monday (flashing)
With the up and down arrow buttons select the day of the week and confirm with the 'OK' button.
Repeat this same process for the month, day, and year as well.
After you've set the date, the top line of the display will read 'Time' with the bottom line reading '12:00 am' with the hour digit flashing. Using the up and down arrow button select the hour, then confirm your selection with the 'OK' button. Repeat this process to set the minutes of the time.
Once the display changes, you'll need to now set the 'Summerti' or daylight savings time. On the bottom line of the display, you'll see 'NO - YES' with yes flashing. Using the up and down arrow buttons select:
YES: Change to daylight savings time on the last Sunday of March at 02:00 am and change back to standard time on the last Sunday of October at 03:00 am.
NO: No change to summer time (DST) occurs. Remember that this is the recommended setting.
Setting the Timer
Turning the Timer On or Off
Setting the timer 'Timer Slectio' mode is where you'll choose the times and days of the week you'd like your Vivaldi or Mini Vivaldi to turn on and off. It is a very similar process as above.
With 'Timer' displayed on the top line of your La Spaziale timer's display and 'OFF - ON' with 'ON' flashing use the up and down arrow buttons to select:
OFF: If you want to disable the use of the timer function to turn your machine on and off.
ON: If you want to enable the timer to turn the machine on and off at the programmed times.
Once your selection is flashing, use the 'OK' button to confirm your selection.
Setting the Times it Automatically Turns On and Off
To set the first time that the machine will turn on at you'll see 'Monday' flashing on the top line of the display. On the bottom line, you just see a number of dashes.
With the up and down arrows, select the day and then confirm with the 'OK' button. The selected day becomes fixed and abbreviated followed by a message like:
Using the Same Setting for Another Day
If you want to copy the setting made the previous day, press the 'OK' button, and hold for three seconds when you get to the day. If you wish to copy a single day's schedule such as Mondays all the way through Friday, for example, press and hold the 'OK' button again for 3-seconds as you cycle through each day.
If you would like to just move to the next day to set-up a schedule different than that just programmed, momentarily press the 'OK' button. You can then program the next and subsequent days for up to three different on and off time just as the Monday example described above.