SETTING THE DATE STOPWATCH CAL. YM92

8-2010
NREYM92C
CAL. YM92,7T92 (RF8 SERIES)
■ CHARACTERISTICS
1. Time: Indicated by the hour, minute and
small second hands.
2. Date: Displayed in numerals.
3. Stopwatch: Measures up to 12 hours in
1/20 second increments.
•Split time measurement
■ D I S P L AY A N D C R O W N O P E R AT I O N
Hour hand
Stopwatch
1/20-second hand
Minute hand
A
Date
Crown
a
b
c
B
Small
second
hand
Stopwatch
second hand
Stopwatch minute hand
Stopwatch hour hand
Crown
a. Normal position : Free
b. First click
: Date setting
c.Second click
: • Time setting
• Adjusting the stopwatch
hand position
■ SETTING THE TIME AND ADJUSTING
T H E S T O P WAT C H H A N D P O S I T I O N
•
This watch is so designed that
1) time setting and
2) stopwatch hand position adjustment
are both made with the crown at the
second click position. Once the crown is
pulled out to the second click, be sure to
make the above adjustments at the same
time.
1) Time setting
Hour hand
Minute hand
Small
second hand
1. Pull out the crown to the second click when
the small second hand is at the 12 o’clock
position.
* If the stopwatch is measuring or stopped,
it is automatically reset to “0”.
2. Turn the crown to set the hour and minute
hands.
* It is recommended that the hands be set
to the time a few minutes ahead of the
current time, taking into consideration
the time required to adjust the
stopwatch hand position if necessary.
Notes:
1. When setting the hour hand, be sure to
check that AM/PM is correctly set. The
watch is so designed that the date
changes once in 24 hours.
2. W h e n s e t t i n g t h e m i n u t e h a n d , f i r s t
advance it 4 to 5 minutes ahead of the
desired time and then turn it back to the
exact minute.
2) Stopwatch hand position adjustment
•
If the stopwatch hands are not in the “0”
position, follow the procedure below to set
them to the “0” position.
Stopwatch
second hand
Stopwatch
1/20-second hand
A
B
Stopwatch
hour hand
Stopwatch minute
hand
1. Press button “A” for 2 seconds to select the
stopwatch hand(s) to be adjusted. The
selection of the hand(s) to be ajusted is
made in the following order by pressing
button “A” for 2 seconds.
Stopwatch
Stopwatch
Stopwatch
second →
hour and
1/20-second →
hand
minute hands
hand
↑
* The selected hand(s) turn(s) a full circle.
2. Press button “B” repeatedly to set the
selected stopwatch hand(s) to the “0”
position.
* The hand moves quickly if button “B” is
kept pressed.
3. After all the adjustments are completed,
push the crown back in to the normal
position in accordance with a time signal,
checking that the hour and minute hands
for time display indicate the current time.
■ S E T T I N G T H E D AT E
•
•
Before setting the date, be sure to set the
time.
It is necessary to adjust the date at the end
of February and 30-day months.
Date
B
1. Pull out the crown to the first click.
2. Turn the crown clockwise until the desired
date appears.
3. Push the crown back in to the normal
position.
Note: Do not set the date between 9:00 p.m.
and 1:00 a.m. Otherwise, the date may
not change properly.
■ S T O P WAT C H
•
•
•
The stopwatch can measure up to 12 hours
in 1/20 second increments.
The measured time is indicated by the four
stopwatch hands that move independently
of the hands for time display.
When the measurement reaches 12 hours,
the stopwatch automatically stops
counting.
Stopwatch
1/20-second
hand
Stopwatch
second hand
A: Start / Stop
Stopwatch
minute hand
B: Split/
Split release/
Reset
Stopwatch hour
hand
[ Ex.: 2 hours, 30 minutes and 10.85 seconds ]
Movement of the stopwatch 1/20-second
hand
• After the stopwatch is started, the
stopwatch 1/20-second hand moves for
about 10 minutes and automatically stops
at the “0” position.
• When the measurement is stopped or split
time is measured, it moves to indicate the
elapsed 1/20 seconds.
• After the measurement is restarted or split
time is released, the stopwatch 1/20second hand moves for about 10 minutes
and stops automatically.
• In the same manner, if the stopwatch is
stopped and restarted repeatedly or split
time is measured and released repeatedly,
the stopwatch 1/20-second hand moves
for about 10 minutes and stops
automatically.
✩ Before using the stopwatch, be sure to
check that the crown is set at the normal
position and that the stopwatch hands are
reset to the “0” position.
* If the hands do not return to the “0”
position, follow the procedure in
“■ SETTING THE TIME AND ADJUSTING THE
STOPWATCH HAND POSITION”.
Stopwatch operation
Standard measurement
A
A
Start
B
Stop
Reset
Accumulated elapsed time measurement
A
A
A
Start
Stop
Restart
*
B
A
Stop
Reset
Restart and stop of
stopwatch can be repeated
by pressing button “A”.
Split time measurement
B
A
*
B
A
B
Split
Start
Split
Release
Stop
Reset
Measurement and release of
split time can be repeated
by pressing button “B”.
Measurement of two competitors
B
A
Start
B
A
B
2nd
Finish
Reset
Finish
t i m e o f competitor
time
finishes
1st
of 2nd
competitor
comepetitor
■ L U M I B R I T E WAT C H
✼ If your watch is a LORUS LUMIBRITE watch,
it has following features.
LORUS LUMIBRITE watches absorb and store
light energy from natural and artificial light
sources and emit light in the dark. They are
made of environmentally friendly material,
and therefore, are harmless to human beings
and the environment.
•
With a full charge, LORUS LUMIBRITE
watches glow in the dark hours longer than
conventional luminous watches of this type.
If exposed to a light of more than 500 lux
(i.e., the brightness of a typical office) for
approximately 10 minutes, or direct sunlight
for 2 minutes, they will glow for hours.
Since LORUS LUMIBRITE watches emit the
light they store, the brightness will decrease
gradually over time. The length of time they
will glow may also differ slightly depending
on such factors as the brightness of and
distance from the light source used to
charge the watch.
•
■ B AT T E RY C H A N G E
The battery SEIKO SR927SW, Maxell SR927SW,
SONY SR927SW or EVEREADY 395, which powers
your watch, should last approximately 3 years.
However, because it is inserted at the factory,
the actual life of the battery once in your
possession may be less than the specified
period.
Be sure to replace the battery to prevent any
possible malfunction as soon as it runs down.
To replace the battery, we recommend taking
the watch to a local watch repair shop.
Note:
1. If the stopwatch is used for more than 3
hours a day, the battery life may be less
than the specified period.
2. After the battery is replaced with a new
one, set the time/calendar and adjust the
stopwatch hand position.
Battery life indicator
•
•
When the battery nears its end, the small
second hand moves at two-second
intervals instead of normal one-second
intervals. In that case, have the battery
replaced with a new one as soon as
possible.
The watch remains accurate, however,
while the small second hand is moving at
two-second intervals.
■ C A R E O F Y O U R L O R U S WAT C H
• BATTERY
CAUTION
Do not expose the old battery to fire
or recharge it. Keep it at a place
beyond the reach of children. If a
child swallows it, consult a doctor
immediately.
• WATER RESISTANT
Condition Accidental
contact Swimming
of use
with water, and taking
such as
a shower
Indication
splashes
on the dial/
and rain
Skin
diving
Scuba
diving
case back
No
Indication
WATER
RESISTANT
WATER
RESISTANT
(50M/5 BAR)
WATER
RESISTANT
BAR
(
( 100M/10
or above
*
•
•
NO
NO
NO
NO
YES
NO
NO
NO
YES
YES
NO
NO
YES
YES
YES
NO
If your watch is 200 M/20 BAR, 100 M/10 BAR
or 50 M/5 BAR water resistant, it is so
indicated on the dial/case back.
Do not press or turn the crown when the
watch is wet.
If the watch is exposed to salt water, rinse
it in fresh water and then wipe it thoroughly
dry.
Caution:
Leather straps are not water resistant except
so indicated, even if the watch head is water
resistant.
• ALLERGIC REACTION
Because the case and band touch the skin
directly, it is important to clean them regularly.
If not, shirt sleeves may be stained and those
with delicate skin may develop a rash. Please
wear the watch with some play to avoid any
possible allergic reaction. If you develop a
rash on your wrist, stop wearing and consult a
physician.
• MAGNETISM
Your watch will be adversely affected by
strong magnetism.Keep it away from close
contact with magnetic objects.
• SHOCKS AND VIBRATIONS
Your watch may be worn for normal sports
activities, However, be careful not to drop it
or hit it on hard surfaces.
• TEMPERATURE
Your watch is preadjusted so that constant
accuracy may be insured at normal
temperature.
■ S E RV I C E
When your LORUS watch requires repair or
sevicing, please see the enclosed WARRANTY/
GUARANTEE.
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