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You are now the proud owner of a SEIKO Digital Watch DATA-2000. Please read the instructions in this booklet carefully for the proper use
and care of this product. Please keep this manual for ready reference.
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SEIKO DIGITAL QUARTZ CHRONOGRAPH
WITH KEYBOARD
(WITH MEMO DISPLAY AND CALCULATOR FUNCTIONS)
MOIT,
DATA-2000
CONTENTS
CHARACTERISTICS
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CHARACTERISTICS
DISPLAY AND BUTTON OPERATION
HOW TO SFT THE TIME AND CALENDAR
HOW TO SET THE ALARM .
ALARM TEST AND HOW TO ENGAGE AND DISENGAGE
THE HOURLY TIME SIGNAL
HOW TO STOP THE ALARM
STOPWATCH FUNCTION . . . . ' . . ' . . ' . . .
HOW TO-USE THE STOPWATCH
HOW TO USE THE KEYBOARD '. '
HOW TO INPUT AND RECORD DATA . ' . ' . . ' . ' . .
HOW TO DISPLAY MEMO A AND MEMO B .
HOW TO USE THE CALCULATOR FUNCTION
WATCH BATTERY CHANGE
HOW TO REPLACE THE KEYBOARD'S BATTERY
TO PRESERVE THE QUALITY OF YOUR WATCH
AND KEYBOARD
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1. Time and calendar function: Hour, minute, seconds, month, date, and day of
tne wee^ are displayed in the 12-hour indication. The calendar automatically
adjusts for odd and even months except February of leap years.
2- Alarm function: The alarm can be set to ring at the designated time (hour and
minute) every day.
3. Stopwatch function: Hours, minutes, seconds, and 1/100 second are displayed
up to 10 hours. The split time is displayed in the upper row, and the total or
accumulated elapsed time in the lower row.
4- Dual-memo display function: The DATA-2000 contains two separate memo
areas, Memo A and Memo B, for data input and recall. Each area has a display
capacity of 1,000 characters, making a total of 2,000 characters. Data can be
input by attaching the watch onto the keyboard.
5. Calculator function: The four basic arithmetic operations can be performed by
connecting the watch to the keyboard. The watch displays a number with up
to 8 digits.
6. Hourly time signal: The time signal can be set to ring every hour on the hour
with a single "beep".
'Battery: Miniature lithium battery, Matsushita BR2325, 1 battery, for the
watch, and miniature lithium battery, SEIKO (SEIZAIKEIM) CR2016, Maxell
CR2016, Sanyo CR2016, or Matsushita BR2016, 1 battery, for the keyboard.
DISPLAY AND BUTTON OPERATION
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Time/Calendar Setting
Alarm Setting
HOW TO SET THE TIME AND CALENDAR
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*1. When the seconds count any number from "30" to "59" and button "D" is
depressed, one minute is added and trre seconds are immediately reset to
"00".
*2. The time is displayed in the 12-hour indication. When setting the hour digits,
be sure to check that "AM'V'PM" is set correctly.
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1. Depress button "A" to activate the time/calendar setting function, and the
seconds digits start flashing.
2. Depress button "C" to select the digits to be adjusted, and they start flashing.
3. Depress button "D" to set the digits (flashing).
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*3. In the month setting mode, the digits on the panel represent the months as
follows:
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10
11
12
Jan. Feb. Mar
Oct. Nov. Dec.
The calendar adjusts automatically for odd and even months except February
of leap years.
*4. After all adjustments are completed, depress button "A" to return to the
time/calendar display.
If the watch is left untouched in the time/calendar setting function, it will
automatically return to the time/calendar display after 9 to 10 minutes.
HOW TO SET THE ALARM
1. Depress
or "off"
2. Depress
3. Depress
button "A" to activate the alarm setting function, and the alarm "on"
mark starts flashing.
button "C" to select the digits to be adjusted, and they start flashing.
button "D" to set the digits (flashing).
ALARM TEST, AND HOW TO
ENGAGE AND DISENGAGE
THE HOURLY TIME SIGNAL
In the time/calendar display, depressing buttons "C" and "D" at the same
time alternately engages and disengages both the hourly time signal and
the "beep" sound made by operating
any one of the buttons in each mode:
Time
Hourly
signal time
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Button
operation sound
in each mode
STOPWATCH FUNCTION
Depress button "A" to show the stopwatch display, and the word "STOPWATCH" is displayed.
Up to 10 hours can be measured
in 1/100 second. Split time is displayed in the upper row and total or
accumulated elapsed time in the
lower row.
• Before use, be sure to depress button "D" to reset the digits to
"0:OO'00"00".
Engaged
"STOPWATCH"
Disengaged
The alarm can be tested with a beep
ing sound by keeping buttons "C"
and "D" depressed in the time/calendar display.
(In this case, the hourly time signal is
engaged and disengaged alternately.)
HOW TO STOP THE ALARM
*1. When setting the hour digits, be sure to check that "AM'V'PM" is set correctly.
*2. When the setting is over, depress button "A" to return to the time/calendar
display. If the watch is left untouched in the alarm setting function, it will
automatically return to the time/calendar display after 9 to 10 minutes.
Note:
When the watch is connected with the keyboard, the alarm does not ring even if
it is engaged.
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The alarm will ring at the designated
time for 20 seconds. It can be stopped
manually by depressing any one of
the buttons "A", "B", "C", and "D".
The display is not affected by stopping the alarm.
Button D
Split/Reset
Button A
Button C
Start/stop
Button B
' If button "A" (mode change) is depressed while using the stopwatch
function, the display changes to
the time/calendar display, the stopwatch measurement stops, and the
digits are reset to "0:00'00"00".
HOW TO USE THE STOPWATCH
3. SPLIT TIME MEASUREMENT
1. STANDARD STOPWATCH MEASUREMENT
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SPLIT TIME 1 CZ>SPLIT TIME 2
STOP*
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* After STOP, the stopwatch can be RESET by depressing button "D" as in Ex. 1.
2. ACCUMULATED ELAPSED TIME MEASUREMENT
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4. CONTINUOUS TIME MEASUREMENT OF TWO COMPETITORS
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HOW TO USE THE KEYBOARD
@ ISFTl (shift) key: While depressing the |SFT| (shift) key, depress character/
symbol keys to enter the alphabet characters in small letters and the symbols
in the upper left corner of the respective keys (Memo A/Memo B only).
Keyboard operation
Watch fixing spring
Character/symbol keys
(4) [SPACE] key: A blank (space) is entered with each depression of this key.
(JD) JCNT A"l (contrast) key: Use this key to control liquid crystal panel's contrast.
Before using this key, depress button "B" of the watch to check that the
words '"TRANSMIT" S T A N D - B Y ' are shown. The contrast increases with
each depression of the key, and decreases with each depression of the key
while keeping the ISFTl key depressed.
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(g) Cursor directional keys: Move the cursor by depressing the 4 directional keys
( I t I , | -> I , I <-l , and I 1 I ) to select the memo input space.
(7) | RETURN! key: To start a new line.
HOW TO SET THE WATCH TO THE KEYBOARD
Button B (transmit)
The DATA-2000 features wireless transmission of data.
1. Place the watch on the "TRANSMISSION CIRCUIT" of the keyboard and
press the watch down lightly until it snaps into the keyboard.
2. Depress button "B" of the watch, and the watch becomes ready for receiving
data as a display device. The words ' "TRANSMIT" STAND-BY ' appear.
* When the watch is not set in position to the keyboard, the display will automatically return to the time/calendar display after 9 to 10 minutes.
3. Turn the keyboard's power switch "on".
* The keyboard cannot be used independently, but only in conjunction with the
watch when connected to it.
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@ Mode keys
Cursor directional keys
{5) |CNT *| (contrast) key
g) [ S P A C E ] key
NAMES OF THE KEYS AND THEIR FUNCTIONS
(T) Mode keys : To select any one of the following functions
| M — A | key: Memo A input function
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I M— Bj key: Memo B input function
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| CAL | key: Calculator function
(g) Character/symbol keys: To input and record characters or symbols for Memo
A or Memo B.
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Depress button "B" of the watch, and
'"TRANSMIT" STAND-BY' is displayed
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Depress the | M—A [ key to activate the Memo
A input function or depress the I M-B | key
to activate the Memo B input function. The
cursor " i " flashes.
Remarks
However, since your watch is new, no memo
has been input or recorded, and the display
appears blank.
• Memo A or Memo B
After attaching the watch onto the keyboard, follow the procedures below.
Key
operation
Display
operation
The memo function is divided into two areas: Memo A and Memo B each functioning independently. Each area has a capacity of 1,000.characters (10 characters x 100 lines), for a total capacity of 2,000 characters. The liquid crystal panel
of the watch displays 4 lines of characters at a time.
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the first 4 lines of
the memo area are
displayed.
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lines (lines 97 — 10O)
are displayed.
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The cursor moves down line by line with
each depression of the I \, \y
Depress the I \ key again when the cursor
is at the bottom of the display panel, and
the display moves upward and a new line appears at the bottom.
The display is advanced by 4 lines by keeping the | I | key depressed. When the display
is advanced to the last line (line 100), a line
of 10 asterisks ( • • • • • • » • • • ) is displayed
on the last line following line 100 and the
display advance automatically stops.
If the I I I key is depressed again when the
cursor is on the last line (line 100), the first
4 lines of memo are displayed.
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Depress the 1 t 1 key when the cursor is on
the top line, and the display changes in the
opposite direction to the 1 4- 1 key.
By keeping the 1 t 1 key depressed the display changes by 4 lines until a line of 10
asterisks is displayed following the first line.
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Depress the Q] , CD , E3 .or GE] key, and
the cursor moves in the direction indicated
by the respective arrows.
Move the cursor to select the memo input
space where the character/symbol is to be
entered.
How to input and record data
Depress the character/symbol key, and the
character/symbol is input and recorded at
that space where the cursor is located.
Remarks
• To enter the alphabet characters in small
letters or to enter the symbols in the upper left corner of their respective keys,
depress the keys while keeping the |SFT|
(shift) key depressed.
• To enter a blank (space), depress the
ISPACEI key.
• To start a new line, depress the [RETURN!
key.
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The cursor moves with each depression of
the F^n or I <- I key in the direction indicated by the respective arrows.
When the cursor moves to the extreme
right or left position of a line, it automatically goes to the next line.
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How to correct the input character/symbol
1. Move the cursor to the character/symbol
to be corrected.
2. Depress the correct key.
To clear data that is no longer needed, move
the cursor to where the character/symbol is
located and depress the [SPACE] key over
it. Also, entering new data where other information exists will automatically erase the
previously recorded information.
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After the data input is completed, depress
button "B" of the watch.
The display returns to the time/calendar display, and data reception from the keyboard
is over.
Turn the keyboard's power switch "off",
and then remove the watch from the keyboard.
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HOW TO DISPLAY MEMO A AND MEMO B
1.
Time/Calendar Display
Memo A Display
Memo B Display
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Depress button "A" once or twice to show the Memo A or Memo B display
respectively. The words "MEMO A" or "MEMO B" appear.
2. When "MEMO A" or "MEMO B" is shown, depress button "C" or "D"
select the desired part of memo to be displayed.
Depress button "D":
The first 4
lines of the memo are displayed.
The memo display is advanced by
one line with each depression of button "D".
It is advanced quickly by
4 lines at a time while continuously
depressing button "D".
A line of 10 asterisks is displayed
when the memo is advanced to the
last, and the quick advance stops
with the confirmation sound when
the button operation sound is engaged (see page 4). At this time, lines
98 to 100 are displayed.
Depress button "D" again, and the
first 4 lines of the memo are displayed.
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Depress button "C":
The last 4
lines of the memo are displayed.
The display changes by one line in
the reverse direction with each depression of button "C".
It changes
quickly by 4 lines at a time while
continuously depressing button "C".
A line of 10 asterisks is displayed
when the memo comes to the first,
and the quick change stops with the
confirmation sound when the button
operation sound is engaged (see page
4). At this time, lines 1 to 3 are displayed.
Depress button "C" again, and the
last 4 lines of the memo are displayed.
Since a line of 10 asterisks is displayed preceding the first line and following
the last line respectively, the first and the last lines of the memo can easily be
recognized.
3. Depress button "A" to return to the time/calendar display.
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HOW TO USE THE CALCULATOR FUNCTION
1. Before using the calculator function, connect the watch to the keyboard. {To
set it, see "HOW TO SET THE WATCH TO THE K E Y B O A R D " on page 6.)
2. Depress button "B" of the watch to display ' "TRANSMIT" STAND-BY '.
3. Turn the keyboard's power switch "on".
Key
operation
Display
Remarks
Depress button "B" of the watch.
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Numeral keys
Depress the | CAL | (calculation) key on the
keyboard to activate the calculator function.
When the calculator function is ready to be
used, the display is blank.
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All clear key *2
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Function command keys
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Clear entry key * 1
Decimal point key
Equal key
* 1. Use the | [ | key for clearing the last entry (CE key).
*2. Use the I I I key for clearing all entries (AC key).
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Depress the numeral and decimal point keys
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a number.
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Remarks
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(CD , l"2"l
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the second number.
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Display
Remarks
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After depressing the equal key, the calculator is ready again for entering the numerals
of the next calculation.
Depress the clear entry (I [ 1) or all clear
(| ] J) key, and the whole display disappears.
Repeat steps 3 through 9.
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Depress the following keys in the sequence
shown, and another calculation is performed:
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the preceding incorrect entry (numeral or
symbol).
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Enter the correct numeral or symbol.
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Ex. 12.34x56789102 = 7.0077751
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the position of a hundred million, and the
approximate result is 700,777,510.
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only the " E R R O R " indicator. Approximate
calculations can then be made successively
by moving the decimal point as follows:
* For example, when adding or subtracting
a new number such as "4,567,890" to/
from "7.0077751", enter into the calculator "0.0456789" (instead of 4,567,890)
so that an approximate result may be obtained.
Ex. 7.0077751 + 0.0456789 = 7.O53454
The approximate result is 705,345,400.
(Move the decimal point 8 places to the
left.)
Remarks
' When multiplying or dividing, enter the
figures as they are, and the approximate
results are ibtained.
Ex. 7 . 0 0 7 / 7 5 1 x 2 0 = 1 4 0 . 1 5 5 5
The approximate result is 14,015,550,000
When the result of a calculation exceeds
8 digits an approximate number is displayed together with the error indicator
"....ERROR.".
• Calculation examples when the "ERROR"
indicator is shown
Display
After calculations are completed and results are obtained, depress button
"B"
(transmit) of the watch, and the display
returns to the time/calendar display.
Data reception from the keyboard is over.
Turn the keyboard's power switch "off",
and then remove the watch from the keyboard.
WATCH BATTERY CHANGE
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Note: When the battery runs down, all data in the Memos is erased and
the memo display is cleared.
The miniature lithium battery, Matsushita BR2325, which powers your watch
should last approximately 1.5 years. However, because the battery in your watch
is inserted at the factory, its actual life once in your possession may be less than
the specified period.
The seal pasted on the watch case back shows the date that the battery was inserted at the factory, and thus helps to determine when the battery should be
replaced. Be sure to replace the battery as soon as possible to prevent any possible
malfunction.
Last digit of year
HOW TO REPLACE THE KEYBOARD'S BATTERY
The miniature lithium battery SEIKO (SEIZAIKEN) CR2016, Maxell CR2016,
Sanyo CR2016, or Matsushita BR2016 which powers your keyboard should last
approximately 5 years. However, because the battery in your keyboard is inserted
at the factory, its actual life once in your possession may be less than the specified period.
When it becomes difficult to input and record data with the keys in the normal
way, replace the battery as soon as possible to prevent any possible malfunction.
Note: If the keyboard is used for more than 2 hours a day, the battery life may be
less than the specified period.
Replace the keyboard's battery in the following sequence.
1. Turn the keyboard's power switch "off".
2. Remove the battery hatch screw and the oattery hatch in the back.
3. Take the old battery out of the battery compartment.
4. Insert a new battery with its (+) side up.
5. After replacing the battery, be sure to slide the keyboard's power switch to
"ON" and then to "OFF".
Month
Battery hatch screw
(1983)
(1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 0, N, D)
When replacing the battery of the watch, we recommend that you contact an AUTHORIZED SEIKO DEALER or SERVICE CENTER.
Note: If the alarm is used for more than 20 seconds a day and the button operation sound more than 29 times a day, the battery life may be less than the
specified period.
Battery hatch
Battery (with the (+} surface up)
Battery compartment
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Notes:
1. We recommend that you use "Authorized SEIKO Batteries" as mentioned
on page 13.
2. When the battery is removed from the battery compartment, keep it out of
the reach of children. If children happen to swallow it, consult a doctor immediately.
3. When handling the battery, do not touch it directly with your hands or do
not use metal tweezers to grasp it.
4. Do not dispose of the used battery in a fire.
If the keyboard needs to be repaired, take it along with the watch to an AUTHORIZED SEIKO DEALER or SERVICE CENTER.
TO PRESERVE THE QUALITY OF YOUR WATCH AND
KEYBOARD
• NON-WATER RESISTANT
Your watch and keyboard are not water resistant, and care should be taken not to
expose them to water or a large quantity of perspiration.
• If they become wet with water or perspiration, wipe them completely dry with
a highly absorbent cloth.
• Do not operate any of the buttons when the watch and keyboard are wet.
• A little amount of moisture exists in the watch, and the crystal may become
blurred if the outside temperature is lower than that inside the watch. Such a
temporary blur will not cause any malfunction, but if it does not disappear,
consult an AUTHORIZED SEIKO DEALER.
•TEMPERATURES
Your DATA-2000 is preadjusted to function with stable accuracy when worn
on the wrist at a normal temperature range (5°C ~ 35°C).
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• Extremely high temperatures
Care should be taken not to expose your DATA-2000 to a high temperature
over 60°C. Keep it away from direct sunlight or a hot place. If it is left in such
a place:
"The digital display may become black, but this condition will disappear without any aftereffect when the temperature returns to normal.
* It may cause an electrolyte leakage or shorten the battery life.
• Extremely low temperatures
Do not leave your DATA-2000 in a cold place for a long time. If it is left in
such a place for a long time:
* A small amount of time loss/gain may occur.
* The change of the digits may become slow.
The normal performance of the watch, however, will return when the temperature returns to normal.
The product works down to -10°C.
•SHOCKS
Light sports activities will not damage your product. However, be careful not to
drop the watch and the keyboard or hit them against any hard surfaces.
• MAGNETISM
Your watch by itself will not be affected by magnetism. However, it may be
adversely affected by magnetism when data is transmitted from the keyboard.
• CHEMICALS
Be careful not to expose your DATA-2000 to chemicals, solvents such as alcohol
and gasoline, or mercury (i.e. from a broken thermometer) since they may damage
the product.
• CARE OF CASE AND BRACELET
Dust and moisture on the case and bracelet may cause rust. Wipe them off with
a soft, highly absorbent cloth.
• TO KEEP THE KEYBOARD IN GOOD CONDITION
Keep dust away from the keyboard. If dust accumulates, wipe it off with a soft,
dry cloth.
• PERIODIC CHECK
It is recommended that the watch be checked at the time of the battery replacement or, at most, 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.
• LIQUID CRYSTAL PANEL
When the liquid crystal panel (display pa
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