cal. z009 (r23 series)

5-2015
NREZ009
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CAL. Z009 (R23 SERIES)
■CHARACTERISTICS
1. Time/calendar display: Hour, minute,
second, month, date and day of the week
2. Time indication: 12-hour display format with
PM indicator and 24-hour display format are
available.
3.Stopwatch: The stopwatch can measure
up to 23 hours 59 minutes and 59 seconds
in 1/100-second increments . Split time
measurement is available.
4.Alarm: The alarm can be set to sound at the
designated time on a 24-hour basis.
5.Chime: The chime can be set to sound every
hour on the hour with a single beep.
6. Countdown timer: The countdown timer
can be set up to 23 hours 59 minutes and 59
seconds.
7. Illuminating light: The built-in electroluminescent (EL) light evenly illuminates the
display for easy viewing in darkness.
■ B U T T O N S A N D D I S P L AY S
D a y o f t h e we e k
B ( S TA R T / S TO P )
A (LIGHT)
Hour
Date
PM
indicator
Minute
Second
Chime
signal
Timer
signal
C (SET)
D (MODE)
S t o p wa t c h
signal
Alarm signal
The display mode changes in the following order
by pressing Button D.
T I M E / CA L E N DA R
S TO P WAT C H
D
D
ALARM
D
D
SECOND TIME ZONE
TIMER
D
■ HOW TO SET THE TIME/CALENDAR
1. Press Button C to change the display to the
time/calendar setting mode. (The second
digits start flashing.)
2. Selection of the digits to be adjusted (flashing) is made in the following order by pressing
Button D.
D
SECONDS
HOURS
D
MINUTES
D
D
12/24-HOUR
F O R M AT
MONTH
D
DAY O F T H E
WEEK
D
DAT E
D
3. One digit (flashing) is advanced with each
press of Button B. (The digits except seconds
are advanced quickly by keeping Button C
pressed.)
• Second setting
Press Button B in accordance with a time
signal. The second digits are reset to “00”
and start counting immediately.
When the second digits count any number
from “30” to “59” and Button B is pressed,
one minute is added and the seconds are
immediately reset to “00.”
B
C
TIME/CALENDAR mode
SECOND SETTING
D
C
B
B
HOUR SETTING
12/24 FORMAT SETTING
D
D
B
B
MINUTE SETTING
DAY OF THE WEEK
SETTING
D
D
B
B
D
DATE SETTING
MONTH SETTING
4.After all the adjustments are completed, press
Button C to return to the TIME/CALENDAR
mode.
Choice of 12-Hour/24-Hour format
• The time display format in either 12-hour
indication or in 24-hour indication can be
selected alternately by pressing button B.
Under the 12-hour indication format, “PM”
mark appears in the afternoon, but no AM
mark appears in the morning. Under the 24hour indication format, no mark appears on
the display.
■ H O W T O U S E T H E S T O P WAT C H
Press Button D to go to the STOPWATCH mode.
The STOPWATCH mode indicator appears on
the display.
B
C
D
S TO P WAT C H m o d e
indicator
S TO P WAT C H
signal
STOPWATCH OPERATION
Standard Measurement
B
B
C
Start
Stop
Reset
Split Time Measurement
B
Start
C
C
B
D
Split
Split
Release
Stop
Reset
* Measurement and release of split time can be
repeated by pressing button C.
During the measurement, the STOPWATCH signal
keeps flashing.
Press Button D to return to the TIME/CALENDAR
mode.
■ H O W T O S E T A L A R M T I M E
Press Button D two times to go to the ALARM
mode. The ALARM mode indicator appears on
the display.
1. Press Button C to change the display to the
alarm setting mode. The hour digits start
flashing.
2. Press Button B to set the hour digits. One digit
(flashing) is increased with each press of
Button B. The digits are advanced quickly by
keeping Button B pressed.
3. Press Button D to confirm the hour setting and
move on to the minute setting. The minute
digits start flashing.
4. Press Button B to set the minute digits. One
digit (flashing) is increased with each press
of Button B. The digits are advanced quickly
by keeping Button B pressed.
5. Press Button D to confirm the minute setting
and move on to the time zone setting.
6. Press Button B to select the time zone.
7. Press Button C to complete the alarm setting.
Press Button D to return to the TIME/CALENDAR
mode.
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ALARM mode indicator
B
C
H ou r S E T T ING
C
D
B
B
D
M i n ute S E T T ING
T i me Z o n e S E T T ING
Note: The alarm can be set only in one time zone.
How to stop the alarm while sounding
The alarm sounds for 10 seconds at the designated
time. To stop it manually while sounding, press any
Button.
■ E N G A G E M E N T / D I S E N G A G E M E N T
O F A larm & chime
1. Press Button D two times to go to the ALARM
mode.
2. With each press of Button B, the alarm and
chime can be engaged or disengaged in
the following order. The ALARM singal and/
or CHIME signal a ppear on the display
accordingly.
Only alarm
is engaged.
Both alarm and chime
are engaged.
Only chime
is engaged.
Neither alarm nor
chime is engaged.
3. Press Button D to return to the TIME/CALENDAR
mode.
■ H O W T O U S E T I M E R
Press Button D three times to go to the TIMER
mode. The TIMER mode indicator appears on
the display.
1. Press Button C to change the display to the
timer setting mode. The hour digits start
flashing.
2. Press Button B to set the hour digits. One digit
(flashing) is increased with each press of
Button B. The digits are increased quickly by
keeping Button B pressed.
3. Press Button D to confirm the hour setting and
move on to the minute setting. The minute
digits start flashing.
4. Press Button B to set the minute digits. One
digit (flashing) is increased with each press of
Button B. The digits are increased quickly by
keeping Button B pressed.
5. Press Button D to confirm the minute setting
and move on to the second setting. The
second digits start flashing.
6. Press Button B to set the second digits in the
same manner as the hour and minute setting.
7. P re s s B u t t o n C t o c o m p l e t e t h e t i m e r
setting. TIMER mode indicator
B
C
H ou r S E T T ING
D
B
M i n ute S E T T ING
D
B
C
S E C O N D S E T T ING
TIMER OPERATION
B
B
C
Start
Stop
Reset
1. Press Button B in the TIMER mode to start the countdown timer.
2. Press Button B to stop the countdown timer.
3. To reset the timer, press Button C.
Press Button D to return to the TIME/CALENDAR
mode.
■ H O W T O S E T S E C O N D T I M E Z O N E
Press Button D four times to go to the SECOND TIME
ZONE. The SECOND TIME ZONE indicator appears
on the display.
1. Press Button C to change the display to the
time zone setting mode. The hour digits start
flashing.
2. Press Button B to set the hour digits. One digit
(flashing) is increased with each press of
Button B. The digits are increased quickly by
keeping Button B pressed.
3. Press Button D to confirm the hour setting and
move on to the minute setting. The minute
digits start flashing.
4. Press Button B to set the minute digits. The
minute digits are increased in 30-minute
increments.
5. Press Button C to complete the second time
zone setting.
SECOND TIME ZONE
indicator
b
C
H ou r S E T T ING ( + 1 )
D
b
C
M i n ute S E T T ING ( + 3 0 )
Press Button D to return to the TIME/CALENDAR
mode.
■ H O W T O U S E E L B A C K L I G H T
In any mode press Button A to illuminate the
display for about 3 seconds.
Note:
1. The backlight of the watch employs an
electro-luminescent (EL) light, which tends to
lose illuminating power after very long use.
2. The illumination provided by backlight may be
hard to see when viewed under direct sunlight.
■ B AT T E RY C H A N G E
The miniature batter y either CR2016 or
CR2032, which powers your watch should last
approximately 2 years for CR2016 or 4 years for
CR2032. 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:If the alarm is used for more than 20 seconds
a day and/or the illuminating light for more
than 8 seconds a day, the battery life may
be less than the specified period.
■ 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
of use
Indication
on the dial/
case back
Accidental
contact with Swimming
Skin
water, such and taking
as splashes a shower diving
and rain
No
Indication
WAT E R
R E S I S TA N T
WAT E R
R E S I S TA N T
( 5 0 M / 5 BA R )
WAT E R
R E S I S TA N T
BAR
( 100M/10
(
or above
Scuba
diving
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 operate the buttons 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 not be affected by magnetism
generated by household electric appliances.
• SHOCKS AND VIBRATIONS
Your watch may be worn for nor mal sports
activities, but 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.
Printed in China
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