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用法説明
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You are now the proud owner of a SEIKO Digital Stopwatch Cal. S034. Before using your SEIKO Digital
Stopwatch Cal. S034, please read the instructions in this booklet carefully for its proper use and care. Please
keep this manual handy for ready reference.
Toutes nos félicitations pour votre achat du chronomètre numérique SEIKO Cal. S034. Avant son utilisation
et afin de l’entretenir convenablement, prière de lire attentivement le présent mode d’emploi que l’on
conservera pour toute référence ultérieure.
Puede sentirse orgulloso de poseer un Cronómetro SEIKO Digital Cal. S034. Antes de usarlo, lea
detenidamente las instrucciones de este folleto para su uso y cuidado apropiados. Conserve este manual
como referencia.
Sie sind nun stolzer Besitzer einer SEIKO Digital-Stoppuhr vom Typ Kal. S034. Bevor Sie Ihre SEIKO DigitalStoppuhr Kal. S034 in Gebrauch nehmen, sollten Sie die Anleitungen in diesem Heftchen sorgfältig
durchlesen, um sich mit dem richtigen Gebrauch und der richtigen Pflege Ihrer Uhr vertraut zu machen.
Verwahren Sie dieses Heftchen, um sich jederzeit wieder informieren zu können.
Siete ora in possesso di un orologio cronografo digitale SEIKO QUARTZ Cal. S034. Prima di utilizzare il Vostro
nuovo cronografo SEIKO leggete attentamente le istruzioni contenute in questo libretto per un uso corretto
ed una cura adeguata. Conservate questo manuale per ogni eventuale consultazione.
Você poderá sentir-se orgulhoso de possuir um Cronógrafo Digital SEIKO Cal. S034. Antes de usar o seu
Cronógrafo Digital SEIKO Cal. S034, leia com atenção as instruções contidas neste opúsculo para o usar e
cuidar corretamente. Guarde este manual junto de si para consultas posteriores.
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ENGLISH
English
CONTENTS
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FEATURES ..................................................................................................................
TIME/CALENDAR SETTING ........................................................................................
STOPWATCH ..............................................................................................................
ALARM .......................................................................................................................
ILLUMINATING LIGHT (ELECTROLUMINESCENT PANEL) .......................................
BATTERY LIFE INDICATOR ........................................................................................
BATTERY CHANGE .....................................................................................................
TO PRESERVE THE QUALITY OF YOUR WATCH ......................................................
SPECIFICATIONS ........................................................................................................
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SEIKO DIGITAL STOPWATCH
Cal. S034
FEATURES
The SEIKO Quartz Stopwatch Cal. S034 is a digital stopwatch featuring a lap time/split
time memory function that can store and recall up to 30 sets of lap times and split times.
Time/calendar and alarm functions are also provided. In addition, it is equipped with an
electroluminescent panel that evenly illuminates the display for easy viewing in the dark.
■ STOPWATCH
The stopwatch can measure up to 10 hours in 1/100 seconds.
Up to 99 sets of lap times and split times can be measured and displayed.
■ LAP TIME AND SPLIT TIME DISPLAYS
Two separate stopwatch displays are available for lap time and split time measurements.
■ MEMORY FUNCTION
Up to 30 measurements can be stored in memory, and they can be recalled either
during or after the measurement.
■ TIME/CALENDAR
Year, month, day, date, hour, minutes and seconds are displayed.
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■ ALARM
The alarm can be set to ring on a 24-hour basis. An hourly time signal is also provided.
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The calendar automatically adjusts for odd and even months including February of
leap years from the year 1995 up to the end of 2044.
■ CHANGEOVER BETWEEN 12- AND 24-HOUR INDICATIONS
■ BATTERY LIFE INDICATOR
All the digits in the display start flashing when the battery needs to be replaced.
■ ILLUMINATING LIGHT (ELECTROLUMINESCENT PANEL)
The light uses an illuminating system based on a phenomenon called
“electroluminescence”. The display is illuminated in all modes at the press of a button.
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There are five buttons as indicated in the illustration below.
[TIME/CALENDAR display]
Month
B
Date
C
A
E
Day
“AM”/“PM” mark
Alarm mark
Hourly time signal
mark
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AM
TIME/CALENDAR
display indicator
D
With each press, the display changes in the following order.
➡
LAP TIME
display
➡
SPLIT TIME
display
➡
ALARM
display
➡
TIME/CALENDAR
display
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D
NOTES
1
Even if the STOPWATCH (LAP TIME or SPLIT TIME) display is changed over to
another while a measurement is in progress, the stopwatch continues counting
properly and the flashing STOPWATCH display indicator appears in the display.
After the stopwatch is used, however, be sure to stop it by pressing Button C to
preserve battery life.
2
Never make a time/calendar adjustment while the stopwatch is counting.
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When the confirmation sound is switched on, a beep sounds with each press of
Button D. As a reference aid, the pitch is different when the TIME/CALENDAR
display appears.
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TIME/CALENDAR SETTING
Month
A
B
Date
C
Day
“AM”/“PM” mark
AM
Seconds
TIME/CALENDAR
display indicator
Hour
D
Minutes
D
Press to show the TIME/CALENDAR display.
▼
B
▼
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Press and hold for 2 seconds to show the TIME/
CALENDAR SETTING display.
* The YEAR digits appear in
place of the DAY and the
SECOND digits start flashing.
HOUR
YEAR
* With each press, the digits to
be adjusted change in the
following order:
▲
DATE
▲
▲
MINUTES
▲
12-/24-HOUR INDICATION
▲
▲
SECONDS
▲
Press repeatedly to select the digits (flashing)
to be adjusted.
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C
MONTH
▼
▼
Press to set the flashing digits or reset the
SECONDS to “00”.
Second setting:
When the SECONDS read any number
from “30” to “59” and Button A is pressed,
1 minute is added.
12-/24-hour indication setting:
Changeover between 12- and 24-hour
indications is made alternately with each
press of Button A.
B
After all the adjustments are completed, press
to return to the TIME/CALENDAR display.
A
* The digits move quickly if
Button A is kept pressed.
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NOTES
1 If the watch is left untouched in the TIME/CALENDAR SETTING display with the
digits flashing, it will automatically return to the TIME/CALENDAR display in 3
minutes.
2
The DAY is automatically set once the YEAR, MONTH and DATE are set.
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The YEAR digits can be set from 1995 to 2044. Calendar adjusts automatically for
odd and even months including February of leap years.
When setting the HOUR digits in the 12-hour indication, check that “AM”/“PM”
mark is correctly set. In the 24-hour indication, no mark is displayed.
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If the TIME/CALENDAR display is shown while the stopwatch is measuring, the
flashing STOPWATCH display indicator appears in the display.
WHEN ALL THE SEGMENTS LIGHT UP
If Buttons A and C are pressed at the same time in the
TIME/CALENDAR SETTING display, all the segments of
the display will light up. This is not a malfunction.
Press Button A, B, C, D or E to return to the TIME/
CALENDAR display and then press and hold Button B for
2 seconds to show the TIME/CALENDAR SETTING display
again.
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LAP SPLIT
AM PM
SPLIT
RECALL
1/100
1/100
STOP
● Two stopwatch displays are available for lap time and split time measurement.
* If the measurement is started or stopped in one display, the other display also starts or
stops accordingly. Therefore, you can switch between the LAP TIME and SPLIT TIME
displays during the measurement to check the measured times.
[LAP TIME display]
[SPLIT TIME display]
Lap time
“LAP” mark
B
A
LAP
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STOPWATCH
C
Split time
“SPLIT” mark
B
A
SPLIT
1/100
C
1/100
Split No.
1/100
Lap No.
Accumulated
elapsed time
D
1/100
D
STOPWATCH display indicator
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✰ “Lap time” is the time that has elapsed from the start of one stage of an activity to
that of the next stage.
“Split time” is the time that has elapsed from the start of an activity to any given stage.
LAP TIME
START
SPLIT TIME
STOPWATCH OPERATION
• The stopwatch can measure up to 10 hours in 1/100 second increments.
• Before using the stopwatch, be sure to reset the digits to “00”.
When the stopwatch is stopped, press Button A.
When it is counting, press Button C to stop the measurement and then press
Button A.
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1 Standard measurement
C
LAP
D
1/100
Press to show the LAP TIME or SPLIT TIME display.
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A
1/100
D
C
C
A
START
STOP
RESET
2 Accumulated elapsed time measurement
D
Press to show the LAP TIME or SPLIT TIME display.
C
C
C
START
STOP
RESTART
○
○
C
A
STOP
RESET
* Restart and stop of the stopwatch can be repeated by pressing Button C.
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3 Lap time measurement
D
Press to show the LAP TIME display.
C
“LAP”
mark
START
LAP
A
A
LAP 2
LAP 1
1/100
LAP
1/100
Lap time
1/100
1/100
1/100
○
1/100
LAP
○
Lap No.
A
C
RESET
LAP
○
FINISH
1/100
1/100
LAP
1/100
○
○
○
Lap time measurement can be
repeated by
pressing Button A.
1/100
Final lap time
STOP
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Accumulated
elapsed time
D
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4 Split time measurement
Press to show the SPLIT TIME display.
“SPLIT”
mark
C
A
A
START
SPLIT 1
SPLIT 2
SPLIT
1/100
SPLIT
SPLIT
1/100
1/100
1/100
○
1/100
Split time
1/100
○
Split No.
A
C
RESET
SPLIT
○
FINISH
1/100
1/100
LAP SPLIT
1/100
○
○
○
Accumulated
elapsed time
Split time
measurement can
be repeated by
pressing Button A.
1/100
Total time
STOP
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NOTE
Even while the stopwatch is counting, you can switch from the STOPWATCH display to
another by pressing Button D. It continues counting properly up to 10 hours, and the
STOPWATCH display indicator flashes to indicate that the stopwatch is counting.
HOW TO USE THE MEMORY FUNCTION
• Up to 30 sets of lap times and split times can be stored and recalled either during or
after the measurement.
Memory recall after measurement
B
A
LAP
C
1/100
Lap/split No.
Lap time
1/100
“RECALL” mark
SPLIT
RECALL
Split time
STOP
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▼
C
Press in the LAP TIME or SPLIT TIME display to
activate the memory recall function.
With each press, the stored data are recalled
successively from the oldest to the newest.
OR
A
With each press, the stored data are recalled
successively from the newest to the oldest.
* The oldest measurement stored in
memory will be
displayed first.
* The stored data can be
recalled quickly if the
respective buttons are
kept pressed.
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B
▼
B
After all the stored data have been recalled, press to
return to the LAP TIME or SPLIT TIME display.
Memory recall during measurement
B
A
LAP
C
1/100
Lap/split No.
Lap time
1/100
“RECALL” mark
SPLIT
RECALL
Split time
STOP
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B
▼
C
Press in the LAP TIME or SPLIT TIME display to
activate the memory recall function.
With each press, the stored data are recalled
successively from the oldest to the newest.
OR
A
With each press, the stored data are recalled
successively from the newest to the oldest.
* The newest measurement stored in
memory will be
displayed first.
* The stored data can be
recalled quickly if the
respective buttons are
kept pressed.
▼
B
After all the stored data have been recalled, press to
return to the LAP TIME or SPLIT TIME display.
NOTES
1 If the stopwatch is left untouched in the MEMORY RECALL display with the
STOPWATCH display indicator flashing, it will automatically return to the
measurement in progress in 30 seconds.
2 Even if the stopwatch is reset to “00”, stored data are not erased and can be
recalled until a new measurement is started in the LAP TIME or SPLIT TIME display.
The “STOP” mark is not shown during memory recall if the stopwatch has been
reset to “00”.
3 The display will return to the ALARM if Button D is pressed while using the memory
recall function.
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ALARM
● The alarm can be set to ring on a 24-hour basis.
B
A
C
Current time
“AM”/“PM” mark
AM
Alarm mark
Hourly time signal
mark
D
Alarm time
(hour and minutes)
ALARM display indicator
“on”/“- -”
(Alarm engagement/
disengagement mark)
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D
Press to show the ALARM display.
▼
B
▼
C
▼
A
Press and hold for 2 seconds to show the
ALARM SETTING display.
Press repeatedly to select the digits (flashing)
to be adjusted.
HOUR
➧
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ALARM TIME SETTING
➧
MINUTES
Press to set the flashing digits.
* The digits move quickly if
Button A is kept pressed.
After all the adjustments are completed, press
to return to the ALARM display.
* “on” and the alarm mark are
displayed and the alarm is
automatically engaged.
▼
B
* The HOUR digits (and “AM”/
“PM” mark if the time is set in
the 12-hour indication) start
flashing.
NOTES
1 When the time is set in the 24-hour indication, the alarm time will also be displayed
in the 24-hour indication.
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3
When setting the hour digits in the 12-hour indication, check that “AM”/“PM” mark
is correctly set.
If the watch is left untouched in the ALARM SETTING display with the digits
flashing, it will automatically return to the ALARM display in 3 minutes.
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ALARM ENGAGEMENT/DISENGAGEMENT
C
With each press in the ALARM display, the
alarm is engaged and disengaged alternately.
[Engaged]
[Disengaged]
➧
Alarm
mark
AM
* The alarm rings at the
designated time for 20
seconds and stops.
➧
AM
“on” mark
“- -” mark
To stop the alarm:
A , B , C , D OR
E
Press to stop the alarm manually.
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Alarm test
A AND C
A
C
eep
beep b
beep
Press and hold simultaneously in
the TIME/CALENDAR display.
ENGAGEMENT/DISENGAGEMENT OF HOURLY TIME SIGNAL &
TUNING ON/OFF OF SOUND FOR BUTTON OPERATION CONFIRMATION
C
With each press in the TIME/CALENDAR
display, the hourly time signal and sound for
button operation confirmation are switched
on and off alternately.
* The hourly time signal will
not ring while the alarm is
ringing.
[Switched on]
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➧
AM
Hourly time
signal mark
[Switched off]
➧
AM
● Certain materials emit light when voltage passes through them. This phenomenon,
known as “electroluminescence”, is used to illuminate the display.
E
Press and release in any mode.
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ILLUMINATING LIGHT
(ELECTROLUMINESCENT PANEL)
* The display is illuminated for
3 seconds.
* It remains illuminated if
Button E is kept pressed.
AM
NOTES
1 While the hourly time signal is engaged and the sound for button operation
confirmation is turned on, pressing any button to operate the watch will turn off the
illuminating light.
2 While Button E is kept pressed in any mode to illuminate the display, the other
buttons will not work.
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✩ The electroluminescent display loses its luminance as the battery voltage decreases.
In addition, the luminance level of the electroluminescent panel decreases
gradually over time. After 500 hours of use, the level decreases by about half.
* 500 hours of use corresponds to 7 years of use if the illuminating light is used
140 times a day.
✩ When the illuminating light becomes dim, have the battery replaced with a new
one. If the illuminating light remains dim after the battery is replaced, have the
electroluminescent panel replaced with a new one by the retailer from whom the
stopwatch was purchased, or an AUTHORIZED SEIKO DEALER. It will be
replaced at cost.
✩ While the illuminating light is used, the stopwatch may make a very small noise.
However, this is not a malfunction.
BATTERY LIFE INDICATOR
● When all the digits start flashing, replace the battery with a new one as soon as possible.
Otherwise, the display will become blank and the watch will stop operating in 2 to 3
days. We suggest that you have the battery replaced by a SEIKO DEALER.
* Even though the display is flashing, time accuracy is not affected.
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3
Years
The miniature battery which powers your watch should last approximately
3 years. However, because the battery is inserted at the factory to check
the function and performance of the watch, its actual life once in your
possession may be less than the specified period. When the battery
expires, be sure to replace it as soon as possible to prevent any malfunction.
For battery replacement, we recommend that you contact an AUTHORIZED
SEIKO DEALER and request SEIKO CR2032 battery.
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BATTERY CHANGE
* If the alarm is used for more than 20 seconds a day, the
confirmation sound more than 50 times a day and/or the
illuminating light more than 3 times a day (for 3 seconds each
time), the battery life may be less than the specified period.
CAUTION
Do not remove the battery from the watch. If it is necessary to take out the
battery, keep it out of the reach of children. If a child swallows it, consult a
doctor immediately.
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TO PRESERVE THE QUALITY OF YOUR WATCH
■ WATER RESISTANCE
● Non-water resistance
If “WATER RESISTANT” is not
inscribed on the case back, your
watch is not water resistant,
and care should be taken not to get it wet as
water may damage the module. If the watch
becomes wet, we suggest that you have it
checked by an AUTHORIZED SEIKO DEALER
or SERVICE CENTER.
● Water resistance (3 bar)
If “WATER RESISTANT” is
inscribed on the case back, your
watch is designed and
manufactured to withstand up to 3 bar, such
as accidental contact with splashes of water
or rain, but it is not designed for swimming or
diving.
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● Water resistance (5 bar)*
If “WATER RESISTANT 5
BAR” is inscribed on the
5 bar WR
case back, your watch is
designed and manufactured to withstand
up to 5 bar and is suitable for swimming,
yachting and taking a shower.
● Water resistance
(10 bar/15 bar/20 bar)*
10/15/20
If “WATER RESISTANT 10
bar WR
BAR”, “WATER RESISTANT
15 BAR” or “WATER RESISTANT 20 BAR” is
inscribed on the case back, your watch is
designed and manufactured to withstand up
to 10 bar/15 bar/20 bar and is suitable for
taking a bath and shallow diving, but not for
scuba diving. We recommend that you wear
a SEIKO Diver’s watch for scuba diving.
NOTE:
Pressure in bar is a test pressure and should
not be considered as corresponding to actual
diving depth since swimming movement tends
to increase the pressure at a given depth. Care
should also be taken on diving into water.
■ TEMPERATURES
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* Do not operate the buttons when the watch
is wet or in water. If used in sea water,
rinse the watch in fresh water and dry it
completely.
* When taking a shower with a water
resistance 5 bar watch, or taking a bath with
a water resistance 10, 15 or 20 bar watch,
be sure to observe the following:
• Do not operate the buttons when the
watch is wet with soapy water or
shampoo.
• If the watch is left in warm water, a slight
time loss or gain may be caused. This
condition, however, will be corrected
when the watch returns to normal
temperature.
Your watch works with
stable accuracy between a
temperature range of 5°C
and 35°C (41°F and 95°F).
Temperatures over 60°C (140°F) may
cause battery leakage or shorten the
battery life.
If the watch is left in direct sunlight
for a long time, the display may become
black, but this condition will be corrected
when the watch returns to normal
temperature.
Do not leave your watch in very low
temperatures below –10°C␣ (+14°F) for
a long time since the cold may cause:
a. a slight time loss or gain.
b. the change of digits to become
slow.
c. the display light to dim.
However, the above conditions will be
corrected when the watch returns to
normal temperature.
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+60°C
-10°C
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■ SHOCKS & VIBRATION
Light activities will not affect
your watch, but be careful not
to drop your watch or hit it
against hard surfaces, as this
may cause damage.
■ MAGNETISM
The watch will not be affected
by magnetism.
N
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■ CARE OF CASE AND BRACELET
To prevent possible rusting of
the case and bracelet caused
by dust, moisture and
perspiration, wipe them
periodically with a soft dry cloth.
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■ CHEMICALS
Be careful not to expose the
watch to solvents (e.g., alcohol
and gasoline), mercury (i.e.,
from a broken thermometer),
cosmetic spray, detergents, adhesives or
paints. Otherwise, the case, bracelet,
etc. may become discolored, deteriorated
or damaged.
■ PRECAUTION REGARDING
CASE BACK PROTECTIVE FILM
If your watch has a protective
film and/or a sticker on the case
back, be sure to peel them off
before using your watch.
Otherwise, perspiration getting in under
them may rust the case back.
It is recommended that the
watch be checked once every
2 to 3 years. Have your watch
checked by an AUTHORIZED
SEIKO DEALER or SERVICE CENTER to
ensure that the case, buttons, gasket and
crystal seal remain intact.
2-3
Years
■ LIQUID CRYSTAL PANEL
The normal life expectancy for
a liquid crystal panel is
approximately 7 years. After
7 Years that it may decrease in contrast,
becoming difficult to read. Please contact
your AUTHORIZED SEIKO DEALER or SERVICE CENTER if you wish to have a new
panel fitted (guaranteed one year).
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■ PERIODIC CHECK
■ STATIC ELECTRICITY
The IC (Integrated Circuit) used
in your watch will be affected
by static electricity which may
disturb the display. Keep your
watch away from close contact with
objects such as TV screens which emit
strong static electricity.
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SPECIFICATIONS
1
Frequency of crystal oscillator .....................
32,768 Hz (Hz = Hertz … Cycles per second)
2
Accuracy␣ ...................................................
±0.0012% at normal temperature range (5˚C
~ 35˚C) (41˚F ~ 95˚F)
3
Operational temperature range .................
Desirable temperature range of use ............
-10˚C ~ 60˚C (14˚F ~ 140˚F)
0°C ~ 50°C (32°F ~ 122°F)
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Display system
STOPWATCH display ........................
Measures up to 10 hours.
Hours, minutes, seconds and 1/100 seconds
• LAP TIME display
Lap number
“LAP” and “STOP” marks and STOPWATCH display indicator
Minute and second marks
• SPLIT TIME display
Split number
“SPLIT” and “STOP” marks and STOPWATCH display indicator
Minute and second marks
ALARM display ....................................
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Display medium␣ .......................................... Nematic Liquid Crystal, FEM (Field Effect
Mode)
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Battery␣ ........................................................
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Battery life indicator␣ .................................... All the digits in the display start flashing when
the battery life nears its end.
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TIME/CALENDAR display ..................
• MEMORY RECALL mode
Lap/split number
“LAP”, “SPLIT”, “STOP” and “RECALL”
marks and STOPWATCH display indicator
Minute and second marks
Hour, minutes, seconds, year, month, date
and day of the week
TIME/CALENDAR display indicator
“AM”/“PM” mark in the 12-hour indication
Alarm time (hour and minutes; “AM”/“PM”
mark in the 12-hour indication)
“on”/“-␣ -” mark
Alarm mark and hourly time signal mark
Current time (hour, minutes and seconds;
“A”/“P” in the 12-hour indication)
Alarm display indicator
SEIKO CR2032, 1 piece
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IC (Integrated Circuit)␣ ..................................
C-MOS-LSI, 1 piece
* The specifications are subject to change without prior notice, for product improvement.
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