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Cal. DH33
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You are now the proud owner of a SEIKO Diving Computer
Cal. DH33. For best results, please read the instructions in this
booklet carefully before using your SEIKO Diving Computer.
Please keep this manual handy for ready reference.
Sie sind jetzt stolzer Besitzer eines SEIKO Tauchcomputers Kal.
DH33. Lesen Sie diese Bedienungsanleitung vor der Verwendung
Ihres SEIKO Tauchcomputers aufmerksam durch, um seine
optimale Nutzung zu gewährleisten. Heben Sie diese
Bedienungsanleitung gut auf, um jederzeit wieder nachlesen zu
können.
Vous voici l’heureux propriétaire d’un Ordinateur de Plongée
SEIKO Cal. DH33. Pour en obtenir d’excellentes performances,
veuillez lire attentivement les explications de ce livret avant d’utiliser
cet appareil SEIKO. Conservez cette brochure de manière à pouvoir
la consulter au besoin.
Grazie per aver acquistato questo orologio computer per
immersioni, SEIKO Cal. DH33. Per ottenere i migliori risultati
leggere attentamente le istruzioni di questo libretto prima di
passare all’uso del computer stesso. Tenere poi il manuale a
portata di mano, per ogni eventuale futura, ulteriore consultazione.
Usted es ahora un orgulloso propietario de un Ordenador de
Buceo Cal. DH33 SEIKO. Para los mejores resultados, por favor,
lea cuidadosamente las instrucciones de este librillo antes de
utilizar su Ordenador de Buceo Cal. DH33 SEIKO. Le rogamos que
guarde este conveniente manual para pronta referencia.
Você pode sentir-se orgulhoso de ter adquirido um SEIKO
Computador de Mergulho Cal. DH33. Para obter dele os resultados
máximos, solicitamos-lhe que, antes de usar o seu SEIKO
Computador de Mergulho, leia atentamente as instruções contidas
neste opúsculo. E guarde este manual para referências futuras.
ENGLISH
English
WARNING
The SEIKO Diving Computer Cal. DH33 is
intended for use in an inherently hazardous
form of recreation. Therefore, it is absolutely
essential that you strictly observe all
instructions for the use and maintenance of
the watch set forth in this manual.
First of all, this watch is for use in recreational
(no-decompression) diving in water having
a temperature range -5° C to +40° C (+23° F
to +104° F) only by adults in good health and
having average physical strength. It is not
suitable for use in saturation diving using
helium gas.
The watch uses an algorithm developed by
Mr. Randy Bohrer, one of the most
distinguished scientists in this field, which
expands upon the theories of the so-called
Swiss model. Unless you have undergone
scuba training with a qualified instructor,
you can neither fully appreciate the concept
of those theories and the nature of hazards
you may face while diving, nor properly
understand the meanings of indications and
warnings the watch provides.
The watch also provides data for Nitrox
diving. Do not use the watch for Nitrox
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diving unless you are specially qualified to
dive with Nitrox, having full knowledge of the
potential hazards of Nitrox diving. It is
extremely hazardous to dive using the watch if
it is set for the wrong percentage of oxygen
(FO2). You should check before every dive if the
FO2 value set for the watch corresponds exactly
to the actual percentage of oxygen in your
scuba tank.
Anticipating emergencies, the watch provides
information for decompression diving. Decompression diving can be quite hazardous,
however, and you should not make decompression dives.
Do not attempt to dive using the watch unless
you have been properly trained in scuba diving,
possess the requisite experience and skill to
dive safely, have thoroughly familiarized
yourself with the operation and maintenance
of the watch, and have tested all watch functions
prior to each dive.
In addition, sharp fluctuations in atmospheric
pressure and aquatic environments may affect
the performance of the watch. The indications
and warnings it provides serve only as general
guidelines to minimize the possibility of
decompression sickness and other hazards,
and are not intended to guarantee the safety
of the diver. It is necessary to use other
diving equipment together with the watch
for safety’s sake.
Also note that the possibility of
decompression sickness and other hazards
may increase depending on such factors as
the individual diver’s physiological
characteristics, environmental conditions
and the extent of the diver’s fatigue.
Finally, the watch is intended for use by a
single user. Do not share it with other
divers. If any one other than the owner of
the watch uses it, make sure that the watch
is reset to the initial settings with the
measurements stored in it being all erased.
WARNING notes indicate any condition or practice
which, if not strictly observed, could result in severe
personal injury or possible death.
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WARNING
CAUTION
CAUTION notes indicate any condition or practice which,
if not strictly observed, could result in personal injury or
property damage.
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IN GENERAL
● When you have descended below 15 m (50ft), be sure to make
a safety stop in ascent at 3 to 6 m (10 to 20 ft). If the watch gives
a decompression warning, it is recommended that you stay at
the decompression stop depth longer than the stop time that
the watch indicates.
* While making a decompression stop, be sure to check the
amount of air remaining in your tank.
● The watch does not indicate the amount of air in your tank.
Use a submersible pressure gauge to check it.
● For safety’s sake, use other diving equipment such as dive
computer, depth gauge and another diver’s watch together
with the watch.
● The watch cannot serve as your “buddy”. Abide by the rules
of scuba diving, and never dive alone even if you have the
watch on your wrist.
● Abrupt change of altitude after diving is extremely hazardous
to your health. Do not move across the altitude ranks that the
watch indicates.
BEFORE DIVING
● Check that:
• the watch is operating normally.
• there are no visible scratches or cracks in the band and
crystal.
• the band is securely fastened to the watch case.
• the battery life indicator (battery mark) is not shown on
the display.
• all segments of the display are not flashing.
• the altitude rank mark is not flashing.
• not all nine residual nitrogen indicator bars are lit up.
* If you find any malfunction, do not use the watch for diving.
● If the temperature of the watch is much higher than that of the
water, for example, after having been left under direct sunlight
before being put in water, the watch may not measure the
depth of water accurately. Soak it in water for approximately
5 minutes before using it for diving.
● Be sure to check that the actual percentage of oxygen in your
tank (FO 2) is properly set for the watch. FO2 cannot be
readjusted while you are underwater.
● Check that the measurement units of depth and temperature
are set according to your requirement. They can be selected
from “meters (m) and centigrade (° C)” and “feet (ft) and
Fahrenheit (° F)”.
WHILE DIVING
● Take care not to hit the watch against hard objects such as
rocks.
● Check that the watch indicates the current depth properly. If
“- - -” or “Err” is shown when the current depth is less than 100
m (329 ft), stop using the watch immediately, and use other
diving equipment such as diving computer, depth gauge and
another diver’s watch you have with you.
● While in the dive mode, the display cannot be changed over to
modes other than time/calendar by pressing button “C”.
● Depending on the aquatic environment where the watch is
used, the beeping sound of the regular alarm and warnings
may or may not reach your ears.
● The watch measures the depth of water on the basis of
seawater having a specific gravity of 1.03. When it is used in
fresh water such as lakes, therefore, the displayed depth
should be corrected by multiplying it by 1.03. Nodecompression limits, however, will be calculated and
displayed normally without any adjustment.
Ex.) If the displayed depth of the water is 19.4 m (64 ft) in fresh
water (specific gravity 1.00), the actual depth is:
19.4 m x 1.03/1.00 ≒ 20.0 m (66 ft)
AFTER DIVING
● Be sure to rinse the watch in fresh water, and wash out all
seawater, soil, sand, etc.
● After cleaning the watch in fresh water, be sure to wipe it
thoroughly dry.
● If the watch is left soaked in water for a long time for removing
salt or other purposes, the auto sensor function is activated
and consumes battery energy.
● If a grain of sand or the like gets in the pressure sensor, rinse
the watch in fresh water to wash it out. Do not use anything
with a pointed tip to pick it out or an air blast to blow it out. If
it sticks in the pressure sensor and cannot be washed out,
consult the retailer from whom it was purchased.
● Be careful not to expose the pressure sensor to solvents such
as alcohol and gasoline, as this will cause malfunctions.
● When the surface interval time is less than 10 minutes, time/
calendar setting, FO2 setting and hour correction cannot be
made.
● If the measurement exceeds the measurable range of the
watch, all the segments of the display flash. In that case, the
watch cannot be used for diving for 48 hours after the dive is
over.
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WARNING ...................................................................
PRECAUTIONS FOR DIVING .....................................
FEATURES ..................................................................
BUTTONS AND DISPLAY CHANGE ..........................
HOW TO USE TIME FUNCTIONS ..............................
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■ TIME/CALENDAR FUNCTION .................................
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TIME/CALENDAR SETTING ..........................................
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■ REGULAR ALARM FUNCTION ................................
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REGULAR ALARM SETTING ........................................
ENGAGEMENT/DISENGAGEMENT OF
REGULAR ALARM AND HOURLY TIME SIGNAL .........
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■ ILLUMINATING LIGHT .............................................
■ HOUR CORRECTION FUNCTION ............................
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HOW TO USE THE HOUR CORRECTION FUNCTION .
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HOW TO USE DIVE COMPUTER FUNCTIONS .........
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■ NITROX DIVING FUNCTION ...................................
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HOW TO SET FO2 ......................................................................................
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■ ALTITUDE COMPENSATION ..................................
■ SELECTION OF MEASUREMENT UNITS ...............
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HOW TO SET THE DEPTH & TEMPERATURE UNITS ..
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■ DIVE PLAN FUNCTION ............................................
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HOW TO USE THE DIVE PLAN FUNCTION ..................
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■ DIVE FUNCTION .......................................................
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DISPLAY WHILE DIVING ..............................................
DISPLAY AFTER A DIVE ...............................................
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■ DIVE LOG FUNCTION ..............................................
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HOW TO RECALL LOG DATA ......................................
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USE OF TERMS IN THIS MANUAL ...........................
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DEFINITION OF THE TERMS AND BASIC DESIGN
OF THE WATCH ............................................................
EXPLANATION OF THE TERMS ...................................
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BATTERY CHANGE ....................................................
TO PRESERVE THE QUALITY
OF YOUR WATCH ......................................................
TROUBLESHOOTING .................................................
SPECIFICATIONS ........................................................
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● Strictly observe the precautions below to enjoy safe diving with the SEIKO Diving Computer Cal. DH33.
● Do not stay underwater beyond the no-decompression limits.
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CONTENTS
PRECAUTIONS FOR DIVING
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● The watch has an algorithm that calculates multilevel diving.
● The watch uses an algorithm developed by Mr. Randy
Bohrer, one of the most distinguished scientist in this field,
which expands upon the theories of the so-called Swiss
model.
■ Dive function
■ Altitude compensation
● The watch measures the current altitude automatically,
calculating the residual nitrogen and other data for the next
dive taking into account the altitude change following an air
flight or move to high ground.
■ Nitrox diving function
■ Dive plan function
● No-decompression limits are calculated, automatically
taking into consideration the current residual nitrogen and
altitude.
● This mode is convenient for planning the next dive.
■ Dive log function
● Details of up to 30 dives are recorded automatically.
TIME/CALENDAR function
• Displaying time,
calendar (month,
date and day)
and designated
alarm time
■ Time/calendar function
● Hour, minutes, seconds, month, date and day are displayed.
● The calendar adjusts automatically for odd and even months
including February of leap years up to 2050.
■ Regular alarm function
Press button
■ Illuminating light (Electroluminescent panel)
● Certain materials emit light when voltage passes through
them. This phenomenon, known as “electroluminescence”,
is used to illuminate the display.
● With the press of a button, the light illuminates the display
for 2 to 3 seconds for easy viewing in the dark.
.
Auto switch
(Water contact
sensor)
HOUR CORRECTION function
REGULAR ALARM function
• Setting regular
alarm and turning
on/off hourly time
signal
Press button
Press button
• Setting
percentage of
oxygen (FO2)
.
Press button
DIVE LOG function
• Recalling log
data
.
NITROX DIVING function
• Adjusting the time
difference
■ Hour correction function
OTHER FUNCTION
.
● When you make a dive, the auto
switch (water contact sensor)
works to change over the mode
to DIVE automatically.
Pressure sensor
● The alarm can be set to ring once a day at a designated time.
Hourly time signal and alarm test functions are also provided.
● When you are traveling around different time zones, the
time and calendar of the place you visit can be shown easily
with only the press of a button. The time can be adjusted in
30 minute increments, making it available for those areas
having a time difference in 30 minute increments from
GMT.
Press button
➟
● The watch can provide data for nitrox diving.
● The percentage of oxygen (FO2) in the gas mixture of your
scuba tank can be set for the watch from 22% to 50%.
* If the watch is left untouched in any of the displays other than TIME/CALENDAR and DIVE, the display will automatically return to the TIME/CALENDAR in 5 to 6 minutes.
TIME FUNCTIONS
■ Fully automatic calendar
.
” shows to which display the watch is set.
➟
● The watch is equipped with an auto switch that senses
water and activates the dive function.
● The diving data is measured automatically while diving
between 1.5 m (5 ft) and 99.9 m (328 ft), eliminating the need
for any button operation.
● The residual nitrogen and residual oxygen are indicated
graphically for a quick grasp of the current safety situation.
* The display indicator “
➟
■ Algorithm
● The log data includes date of dive, entry/exit time, dive time,
maximum depth, FO2 setting (percentage of oxygen in gas
mixture), and residual nitrogen/oxygen at the end of dive.
● The measurement units of depth and temperature can be
selected from “meters (m) and centigrade (° C)”, and “feet (ft)
and Fahrenheit (° F)”.
● Other than in the DIVE mode, the display changes in the following order by pressing button
➟
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The SEIKO Diving Computer Cal. DH33 is a digital diver’s watch featuring dive computer functions.
An algorithm is programmed into it to calculate multilevel diving.
DIVE COMPUTER FUNCTIONS
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BUTTONS AND DISPLAY CHANGE
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FEATURES
.
DIVE PLAN function
DIVE function
Press button
• Planning the next
dive
.
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■ TIME/CALENDAR FUNCTION
n REGULAR ALARM FUNCTION
▼
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HOW TO USE TIME FUNCTIONS
TIME/CALENDAR SETTING
● The time/calendar setting cannot be made for 10 minutes
▼
Press to set the flashing digits.
after a dive.
* The digits move quickly by keeping the button pressed.
Press to show TIME/CALENDAR display.
Current
time
▼
* When both the hour and minute digits are flashing, changeover
between 12- and 24-hour indications can be made.
< Seconds setting >
When the seconds digits are flashing, press button D in
accordance with a time signal. The digits are reset to “00” and
start immediately.
▼
Press to show TIME/CALENDAR SETTING display.
The alarm can be set to ring once a day at a designated time.
Once the alarm is set, the set time is shown in the TIME/CALENDAR display.
Alarm can be tested.
Hourly time signal is provided.
REGULAR ALARM SETTING
* For the 12-hour indication, “AM” or “PM” is shown. There is
no mark for the 24-hour indication.
• Regular alarm
time is displayed
only when it is
set.
Regular
alarm
time
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●
●
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HOW TO USE TIME FUNCTIONS
Press to show REGULAR ALARM display.
▼
Press to show REGULAR ALARM SETTING display.
2. When the digits are adjusted in the REGULAR ALARM SETTING
display, the alarm is engaged automatically, and the regular
alarm mark is shown on the display.
3. When setting the hour digits in the 12-hour indication, check that
AM/PM is correctly set. “A” or “P” is shown for the AM or PM
setting, respectively.
* When the digits count any number from 30 to 59, one minute is
added and the seconds start immediately.
Press to return to TIME/CALENDAR display.
ENGAGEMENT/DISENGAGEMENT OF REGULAR ALARM
AND HOURLY TIME SIGNAL
▼
* With each press, the digits flash in the following order:
➡
8
▼
➡
▼
12-/24-hour indication
➡
Hour
Date
➡
➡
Minutes
Year
➡
➡
Month
➡
Minutes
Press to set the flashing digits.
▼
➡
Both engaged
* The digits move quickly by keeping the button pressed.
Neither engaged
Press to return to REGULAR ALARM display.
Notes:
1. If the watch is left untouched in the REGULAR ALARM SETTING
display, the display will automatically return to the TIME/
CALENDAR in 1 to 2 minutes.
Alarm engaged
➡
Seconds
➡
➡
Press to select the digits to be adjusted (flashing).
TIME/CALENDAR SETTING display, all the segments of
the display will light up. This is not a malfunction. Press
button A, B, C or D to return to the TIME/CALENDAR
display, and set the time/calendar again.
Hour
▼
With each press in the REGULAR ALARM display,
the regular alarm and hourly time signal are engaged
and disengaged in the following order:
➡
▼
* If the watch is left untouched in the TIME/CALENDAR SETTING
display, the display will automatically return to the TIME/
CALENDAR in 1 to 2 minutes.
▼
When all the segments of the display light up:
● If buttons C and D are pressed at the same time in the
With each press, flashing digits change in the
following order:
Hourly time signal engaged
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HOW TO USE TIME FUNCTIONS
■ ILLUMINATING LIGHT
● How to stop the regular alarm
The regular alarm rings at the designated time for 20 seconds
and stops. While the alarm is ringing, the regular alarm mark
flashes. To stop them manually, press button
, or
,
Press in the displays other than DIVE PLAN and
DIVE LOG to turn on the illuminating light.
HOW TO USE THE HOUR CORRECTION FUNCTION
● Alarm test
and
● When you travel around different time zones, the time/calendar of the place you visit can be set easily.
● The time difference can be adjusted in 30 minute increments up to 24 hours. The calendar is also adjusted accordingly.
● When you dive in a different time zone, it is recommended that you use this function to set the time/calendar of the diving site before
diving.
,
in any display.
Press and hold buttons
■ HOUR CORRECTION FUNCTION
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HOW TO USE TIME FUNCTIONS
at the same time in
• The display panel
is evenly
illuminated for 2
to 3 seconds.
Press to show HOUR CORRECTION display.
▼
Press to show TIME DIFFERENCE SETTING display.
the REGULAR ALARM or TIME/CALENDAR display.
Notes:
1. While you are underwater, the regular alarm rings for 3 seconds
and stops, but the regular alarm mark flashes for up to 20
seconds.
2. In testing the alarm, if button C is pressed just before pressing
button D, the engagement/disengagement of the regular alarm
and hourly time signal will be made. Show the REGULAR
ALARM display to engage or disengage them as required,
following the procedure above.
Notes:
1. For 10 minutes after a dive, the hour correction cannot be made.
2. If the watch is left untouched in the TIME DIFFERENCE SETTING
display, the display will automatically return to the TIME/
CALENDAR in 1 to 2 minutes.
3. Check that AM/PM and calendar are correctly set.
Current time
Notes:
1. While the illuminating light is used, the watch may make a very
small noise. However, this is not a malfunction.
2. The electroluminescent panel loses its luminance as the battery
voltage becomes lower. Also, its luminance level decreases
gradually with use.
3. When the illuminating light becomes dim, replace the battery
with a new one. If the light remains dim after the battery is
replaced, have the electroluminescent panel replaced with a
new one by the retailer from whom the watch was purchased.
It will be replaced at cost.
▼
or
Press to set the time/calendar of the
place you visit.
• “+” and “–”
appear near
buttons C and
D, respectively.
▼
* With each press of buttons C or D, 30 minutes are increased
or decreased, respectively. The digits move quickly by keeping
the respective buttons pressed.
Press to return to HOUR CORRECTION display.
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HOW TO USE DIVE COMPUTER FUNCTIONS
■ NITROX DIVING FUNCTION
● The percentage of oxygen in the air used for ordinary diving is 21%. The higher percentage of oxygen in the gas mixture means a lower
percentage of nitrogen than ordinary air, reducing the risk of decompression sickness.
WARNING
● This function should be used only when you dive with
a gas mixture of oxygen and nitrogen other than
ordinary air. When diving with air, be sure to set the
percentage of oxygen (FO2) to “Air”.
● Never use the watch for diving with any value other
than the actual percentage of oxygen in your tank set
for FO2.
● If you have set FO2 for nitrox diving, be sure to re-check
the FO2 setting before a dive. On the day following the
day you made a nitrox dive, “– –” is displayed in place
of the FO2 setting, “Nx” flashes, and the watch cannot
be used for diving. In that case, set FO2 again.
● By setting “Air” for FO2, the percentage of oxygen is set to 21% as in the ordinary air. FO2 can be set from 22% to 50% according to
the gas mixture of your scuba tank.
● When a value between 22 and 50 is set for FO2, the nitrox mark “Nx” appears on the display, and the watch is shifted for nitrox diving.
● The watch calculates the no-decompression limit, residual nitrogen and other data according to the FO2 you have set.
HOW TO SET FO2
▼
Press to show FO2 display.
Notes:
1. For 10 minutes after a dive, FO2 setting cannot be made.
2. If the watch is left untouched in the FO2 SETTING display, the
display will automatically return to the FO2 in 1 to 2 minutes.
When the nitrox mark “Nx” is flashing:
▼
Press once to show “Air” for diving with ordinary
air.
• “Nx”
disappears.
Nitrox mark
● If FO2 was set for nitrox diving the previous day and the date
has changed to the next, a flashing “Nx” is shown on the
display. In that case, be sure to set FO2 newly before the
next dive according to the gas mixture of your scuba tanks.
▼
or
or
Press to set FO2.
● How to re-set FO2
▼
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HOW TO USE DIVE COMPUTER FUNCTIONS
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Press to set FO2 if you wish to dive
with nitrox.
Press to return to FO2 display.
Press to show FO2 SETTING display.
* For diving with ordinary air, set “Air” for FO2.
Nitrox mark
Percentage of oxygen
“Air”: 21% for diving with ordinary air
• “+” and “–”
appear near
buttons C and
D, respectively.
Press to show FO2 display.
▼
Press to show FO2 SETTING display.
* With each press of buttons C and D, the percentage is increased
and decreased in increments of 1%, respectively. The digits
move quickly by keeping the respective buttons pressed.
▼
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* If a value between 22% and 50% is set for FO2, the nitrox
mark “Nx” appears on the display.
Press to return to FO2 display.
▼
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HOW TO USE DIVE COMPUTER FUNCTIONS
■ ALTITUDE COMPENSATION
■ SELECTION OF MEASUREMENT UNITS
● This watch has a built-in pressure sensor to measure the
● The measurement units of depth and temperature can be
altitude (above sea level) and indicates the altitude rank
graphically in four levels.
● Residual nitrogen, no-decompression limits for the next dive
and other data are calculated taking into account the current
altitude.
● As you move across altitude ranks, the watch re-calculates
residual nitrogen on the spot.
selected from “meters (m) and centigrade (° C)” and “feet (ft)
and Fahrenheit (° F)”.
HOW TO SET THE DEPTH & TEMPERATURE UNITS
■ DIVE PLAN FUNCTION
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HOW TO USE DIVE COMPUTER FUNCTIONS
WARNING
● Before using the dive plan function, be sure to check the gas mixture of your scuba tank, set FO2 accordingly and set
the unit of depth as required.
● Use this function for planning a dive before diving.
● No-decompression limits corresponding to each of the 14 ranks of depth of water are displayed.
Press to show DIVE PLAN display.
Depth unit
Depth rank : ● In meters : 9 m, 12 m, 15 m, 18 m, 21 m, 24 m, 27 m, 30 m, 33 m, 36 m, 39 m, 42 m, 45 m and 48 m.
● In feet
: 30 ft, 40 ft, 50 ft, 60 ft, 70 ft, 80 ft, 90 ft, 100 ft, 110 ft, 120 ft, 130 ft, 140 ft, 150 ft and 160 ft.
● No-decompression limits are calculated according to FO 2 you have set, current altitude rank and residual nitrogen during surface interval.
HOW TO USE THE DIVE PLAN FUNCTION
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Altitude
rank
Indicator
0
1
2
3
Measurement
error
No-decompression limit
* With each press of the button, the units of depth and
temperature change over alternately between “meters and
centigrade” and “feet and Fahrenheit”.
Altitude
0 ~ 900
m
600 ~ 1700 1300 ~ 2500 2200 ~ 6000
m
m
m
6001 m and
higher
above
sea level
0 ~ 3000
ft
2000 ~ 5500 4300 ~ 8200 7200 ~ 19700
ft
ft
ft
19700 ft and
higher
Notes:
1. The altitude range in the above table provides general guideline
of altitude only, and the altitude rank indication does not indicate
a specific altitude.
2. If the watch senses an altitude change across altitude ranks, the
residual nitrogen indicator may appear even while you are on the
surface. This is not a malfunction.
Note:
Once the units of depth and temperature are set in the DIVE PLAN
display, those in the DIVE LOG display and the DIVE mode will also
be set accordingly.
FO2 you have set
Depth rank
Nil
(Flashing)
14
Press to show DIVE PLAN display.
Press for 4 to 5 seconds to change over the depth
and temperature units.
Altitude rank indicator
• “9 m” / “30 ft”
is displayed
first.
▼
or
Press to select the desired depth rank.
• “+” and “–”
appear near
buttons C and
D, respectively.
* With each press of buttons C and D, the depth rank advances
and moves back by one rank, respectively. It changes quickly
by keeping the respective buttons pressed.
* As you select a depth rank, the watch calculates and displays
a corresponding no-decompression limit.
Notes:
1. The display cannot be changed over to the DIVE PLAN for 10
minutes after a dive.
2. Please note that it may take some time to calculate nodecompression limits.
3. During surface interval:
While the watch counts down
the desaturation time during
surface interval, surface time
and desaturation time are also
shown in the DIVE PLAN
display.
Surface time
Desaturation time
4. When planning a dive with nitrox:
Depending on the FO2 setting, “– –” appears in place of nodecompression limit for a depth rank. It indicates that the
selected depth rank exceeds the maximum depth to which you
can descend with the gas mixture you have set.
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HOW TO USE DIVE COMPUTER FUNCTIONS
■ DIVE FUNCTION
● The auto switch (water contact sensor) senses water and automatically activates the DIVE FUNCTION, showing the DIVE display. There
is no need to change the displays manually.
● As you descend to 1.5 m (5 ft) underwater, the watch starts showing the current depth and measuring the diving time.
● During a dive, the watch automatically measures depth, water temperature and dive time, and provides the information necessary for
After no-decompression limit reaches “0”
(during decompression diving):
diving including warnings on hazards.
● Never dive beyond the no-decompression limit.
WARNING
● Before making a dive, be sure to check the function of
your watch, following the instructions set forth in
“BEFORE DIVING” in “PRECAUTIONS FOR DIVING” on
page 4.
● Also, be sure to set FO2 according to the gas mixture of
Residual nitrogen indicator
Dive time
your scuba tank. FO2 cannot be re-adjusted while you
are underwater.
● Select the measurement units of depth and temperature
as you require. They cannot be selected while you are
underwater.
Current depth
Decompression
stop depth
DISPLAY WHILE DIVING
Decompression stop time
During no-decompression diving
Oxygen limit indicator
Residual nitrogen indicator
No-decompression limit
Total ascent time
★
Dive time
FO2 you have set
Decompression diving mark
● When the no-decompression limit reaches “0” while
Current depth
Current time
diving, all the residual nitrogen indicators are displayed
to indicate that the watch has shifted to decompression
diving mode.
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HOW TO USE DIVE COMPUTER FUNCTIONS
WARNING
● Do not make a decompression stop at a depth
shallower than the decompression stop depth the
watch indicates. It is in violation of the decompression
stop warning, and the watch will not count down the
decompression stop time and total ascent time even
if you make a stop during ascent.
● Even after the watch has given a decompression stop
violation warning, it will resume calculation of nodecompression diving if you return to the indicated
decompression stop depth and make a decompression
stop as indicated by the watch. If you continue
ascending and surface, defying the warning, the
watch cannot be used for diving for 48 hours. During
that time period, the watch is not set to calculate
decompression diving, and only the surface interval
and dive log displays are shown. If the aquatic
environment permits, it is recommended that you
make a decompression stop at a depth 1 to 2 m (3 to
7 ft) deeper than the indicated decompression stop
depth. In that case, take care that you should stay at
the depth for a longer time period than the
decompression stop time that the watch indicates.
● After you make decompression stops as indicated by the
Maximum depth
Water temperature
Press to illuminate the display for 2 to 3 seconds.
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* The illuminating light will not stay lit if the button is kept
pressed.
Partial pressure of
oxygen (PO2)
Press and hold to display current time, partial
pressure of oxygen (PO2) and data.
* The display is illuminated for 2 to 3 seconds.
watch, it will resume calculation of no-decompression
diving.
★ Total ascent time refers to the minimum time required to
stay underwater before surfacing, including the
decompression stop time at the indicated decompression
stop depths.
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HOW TO USE DIVE COMPUTER FUNCTIONS
WARNINGS DURING A DIVE
Indication
Warning
Description
DISPLAY AFTER A DIVE
Ascent rate warning
If you ascend in water at a rate greater than the specified one, flashing “SLOW”
appears for 5 seconds and the warning sound beeps for 3 seconds.
Three rates are specified depending on the depth level.
0.0 ~ 5.9 m (0 ~ 19 ft)
: 8 m (26 ft)/min
6.0 ~ 17.9 m (20 ~ 59 ft) : 12 m (39 ft)/min
18.0 m (60 ft) and deeper : 16 m (52 ft)/min
When you are less than 1.5 m (5 ft) underwater and
the auto switch senses water:
* The watch calculates the ascent rate by measuring the current depth every 6 seconds.
Current depth
Decompression
warning
If you accidentally exceed the no-decompression limit, the watch is shifted to the
decompression mode, flashing “DECO” is shown, and the warning sound beeps
for 3 seconds.
If you ascend to a depth shallower than the decompression stop depth that the
watch indicates, it gives a decompression stop violation warning. The current
depth, decompression stop depth, decompression stop time and “DECO” all
flash, and the warning sound beeps for 3 seconds.
When you return to a depth deeper than the decompression stop depth, the watch
starts counting down the decompression stop time.
(flashing)
Decompression stop
violation warning
(flashing)
PO2 limit warning
(Warning on partial
pressure of oxygen)
If the partial pressure of oxygen (PO2) reaches 1.5, the warning sound beeps for
3 seconds. By pressing and holding button C to show PO2, you can see some of
the oxygen limit indicators flashing.
If PO2 exceeds 1.6, the “O2” mark starts flashing, and the warning sound beeps
for 3 seconds. By pressing and holding button C to show PO2, you can see all the
oxygen limit indicators flashing.
OLI warning
(Warning on oxygen
limit)
It appears when all the oxygen limit indicators are flashing.
Out of range warning
It appears when the measurement exceeds the specified value as follows:
• Maximum depth exceeds 99.9 m (328 ft).
• Dive time exceeds 599 minutes.
• Decompression stop depth exceeds 15 m (50 ft).
• Decompression stop time exceeds 99 minutes.
(flashing)
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HOW TO USE DIVE COMPUTER FUNCTIONS
● The watch shows the dive display with the current depth being
“0.0 m (0 ft)”.
● If the watch shows the dive display after you surface, check
that water does not remain on the auto switch.
When you are less than 1.5m underwater or on the
surface and the auto switch does not sense water:
• TIME/CALENDAR display
Surface interval
time
Desaturation
time
Press and hold to show the surface interval time
and desaturation time.
● If the watch measures the current depth of greater than 1.5 m
(5 ft) within 10 minutes after this display is shown, the
previous and the new dives are considered inseparable, and
the dive times of both dives and the surface interval time are
added together.
(flashing)
(flashing)
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* The watch will not measure the current depth while the warning sound is beeping.
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HOW TO USE DIVE COMPUTER FUNCTIONS
WARNINGS SHOWN IN DIVE LOG DISPLAY
■ DIVE LOG FUNCTION
● The log data recorded automatically while diving can be recalled.
● The stored data includes almost all the data necessary for keeping in log books.
● Log No., date of dive, entry time, exit time, dive time, dive No. on that day, percentage of oxygen, average depth, maximum depth
Indication
and water temperature at maximum depth are displayed in the two separate dive log displays.
Warning
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Description
Ascent rate warning
It appears if the rate of ascent has exceeded the specified value two times in a row.
Decompression
warning
It appears if you have exceeded no-decompression limit and have made a
decompression stop.
Decompression stop
violation warning
It appears if you have exceeded no-decompression limit but have not made a
decompression stop as indicated by the watch.
PO2 limit warning
(Warning on partial
pressure of oxygen)
It appears if the partial pressure of oxygen (PO2) has exceeded 1.5.
OLI warning
(Warning on oxygen
limit)
It appears when all the oxygen limit indicators have lit up.
Out of range warning
It appears when the measurement has exceeded the specified value.
Ex.) Maximum depth exceeded 99.9 m (328 ft).
● Details of up to 30 dives can be stored in memory. If more than 30 dives are made, the oldest data will be erased from memory.
HOW TO RECALL LOG DATA
▼
* 1st dive log display for the newest dive will appear.
Log No.
Residual nitrogen at end of dive
(“20-1” denotes
the 1st dive log
display for the
20th dive.)
Entry time
Date of dive
(December 6)
Dive No.
on that day
Exit time
Press to show the 2nd dive log display for the
newest dive.
Residual oxygen
at end of dive
FO2 used for the dive
(“Air” denotes oxygen
percentage of 21% )
Log No.
(“20-2” denotes
the 2nd dive log
display for the
20th dive.)
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Maximum depth
Press to show the dive log for other
dives.
* The display changes in the following order by pressing button
C or D:
Ex.) When details of 20 dives have been recorded:
Dive time
▼
(flashing)
or
Press to show DIVE LOG display.
Average depth
Water temperature
at maximum depth
Dive log for “20-1”
▼
Dive log for “20-2”
▼
Dive log for “19-1”
▼
Dive log for “19-2”
▼
Dive log for “1-1”
▼
Dive log for “1-2”
1st display shown when the dive
log function is activated.
(flashing)
By pressing button D, the display
changes over in the direction of the
arrows.
By pressing button C, the display
changes over in the opposite
direction of the arrows.
The display changes quickly by
keeping the respective buttons
pressed.
When “1-2” is shown, pressing
button D will not change over the
display.
Notes:
1. Nitrox mark appears when a value between 22% and 50% is set
for FO2.
2. The entire log data of a dive is divided and shown in two separate
displays. Check the log No. to show the data as required.
(flashing)
(flashing)
(flashing)
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USE OF TERMS IN THIS MANUAL
HOW TO USE DIVE COMPUTER FUNCTIONS
DEFINITION OF THE TERMS AND BASIC DESIGN OF THE WATCH
Terms
When more than 30 dives are made:
● If a new dive is made when log data of 30 dives are stored
in memory, the log data for the oldest dive is erased from
memory and the data for the new one is recorded in
memory.
Depth
▼
and
Press and hold at the same time.
Ex.)
● In that case, log No. for the existing data will be reduced by
one.
• Flashing quickly.
● How to erase the log data in memory
Press to show DIVE LOG display.
▼
• Flashing “LoGCLE” appears.
Dive time
(DIVE. T)
Press to return to DIVE LOG display.
• No log data is
stored in
memory.
Water
temperature
The watch measures and indicates dive time
in one minute increments up to 599 minutes.
It starts measuring the time when the diver
descends more than 1.5 m (5 ft), and stops
when the diver ascends to a depth of less
than 1.5 m (5 ft).
The watch measures the water temperature
in 0.1° C (1° F) increments from -5.0° C up to
+40.0° C (23° F up to 104° F). The water
temperature recorded in the dive log function
is a measurement taken at the maximum
depth.
Definition and basic design of the watch
The watch measures the time spent on the
surface in one minute increments up to 48
hours, starting from the time when the diver
ascends to a depth of less than 1.5 m (5 ft).
If the diver descends to a depth of greater
than 1.5 m (5 ft) when the surface interval
time is less than 10 minutes, the previous
and the new dives are considered
inseparable, and the dive times of both dives
and the surface interval time are added
together.
Algorithm
The watch uses an algorithm developed by
Mr. Randy Bohrer, one of the most
distinguished scientists in this field, which
expands upon the theories of the so-called
Swiss model.
Decompression
diving
The watch is intended for use in nodecompression diving (diving which allows
you to make a direct, continuous ascent to
the surface). Anticipating emergencies, it
provides information for decompression
diving.
• Remains displayed.
* “LoG-CLE” flashes quickly and then stops flashing after a
few seconds, indicating that the entire log data has been
erased from memory.
▼
Press to show LOG DATA ERASURE display.
Terms
Surface
interval
time
(SURF. T)
If the displayed depth of the water is 19.4
m (64 ft) in fresh water (specific gravity
1.00), the actual depth is:
19.4 m (64 ft) x 1.03/1.00 = 20.0 m (66 ft)
No-decompression limits and residual
nitrogen the watch provides are calculated
on the basis of water pressure only, and can
be used while diving in fresh water without
any conversion.
Dive that is not recorded in the dive log function
Even if the dive function is started by measuring a depth greater than
1.5 m (5 ft), a dive that lasts less than 3 minutes will not be recorded.
The entire log data stored in memory can be erased as
required.
Definition and basic design of the watch
The watch measures the depth of water
from 1.5 m (5 ft) up to 99.9 m (328 ft) in 0.1 m
(1 ft) increments. The measurement is made
on the basis of seawater having a specific
gravity of 1.03.
* Decompression diving refers to diving which
requires stops at specified depths during
ascent, due to an impermissible amount of
nitrogen having accumulated in the diver’s
body.
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Terms
Altitude
rank
Residual
nitrogen
indicator
Desaturation
time
FO2
(Percentage
of Oxygen)
Nitrox
mark
Depth rank
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EXPLANATION OF THE TERMS
Explanation
Terms
Explanation
Terms
Explanation
Terms
Explanation
The pressure sensor measures the
atmospheric pressure at regular intervals,
and the watch indicates the altitude rank in
four levels from 0 to 3. The measurable
range of altitude is 0 ~ 6,000 m (19,700 ft). If
the measurement is outside this range, the
altitude rank indicator flashes.
No-decompression
limit (NDL)
The maximum time during which the diver
can stay at the current depth or in the selected
depth rank without decompression
procedure. The watch indicates NDL up to
200 minutes.
In the DIVE PLAN display, if you choose a
depth rank where the partial pressure of
oxygen exceeds 1.6, “– –” is displayed in
place of NDL.
Current
water
temperature
The watch measures the water temperature
every minute in 0.1° C (1° F) increments from
-5.0° C up to +40.0° C (23° F up to 104° F). If
the measurement is outside the range, “Lo”
or “Hi” is displayed.
The water temperature at the maximum
depth is recorded in the dive log function.
Decompression
stop time
The time period during which the diver
should stay at the decompression stop depth.
It is calculated on the basis of the diving data
collected during the dive, and is counted
down while the decompression stop is being
made.
Total
ascent
time
The minimum time required to stay
underwater before surfacing, including the
decompression stop.
PO2
(Partial
pressure of
oxygen)
PO2 is calculated on the basis of the depth
and the FO2 setting (percentage of oxygen in
gas mixture). When PO2 exceeds 1.5, a
warning is given.
Oxygen
limit
indicator
The amount of excess oxygen in the diver’s
body is indicated graphically in 9 levels by
the number of bars shown on the display.
In nitrox diving, the diver is exposed to
higher levels of oxygen. If all the indicator
bars light up, ascend to a shallower depth,
as you are in danger of suffering from oxygen
toxicity.
The amount of nitrogen absorbed by the
diver’s body is indicated graphically in 10
levels from 0 to 9 by the number of bars
shown on the display. When all 9 indicator
bars light up, the watch calculates
decompression diving.
Log No.
The time required for the excess amount of
nitrogen accumulated in the diver’s body
during a dive to be eliminated completely. It
is indicated in hours and minutes, and the
watch counts it down. Desaturation is
considered to be completed when the
countdown is over.
Number of
dives on
that day
The number of dives made on the same day.
It is recorded in the dive log function.
Entry time
The time when the dive is started. The watch
records the time when the diver descends to
a depth of more than 1.5 m (5 ft).
Exit time
The time when the dive is finished. It
corresponds to the hour and minute when
the diver ascends to less than 1.5 m (5 ft)
underwater.
Average
depth
The average depth is calculated from the
depth data measured during a dive. It can be
checked in the dive log function.
Maximum
depth
The greatest measurement of depth during
a dive.
The percentage of oxygen in the gas mixture
of the scuba tank, which the diver needs to
set for the watch before diving. For diving
with air, “Air” (21%) should be set. FO2 can
be set from 22% to 50%, and if a value within
this range is set, the watch calculates nitrox
diving, and the nitrox mark “Nx” is shown
on the display. The set FO2 is recorded in the
dive log function.
If the watch is left untouched with “Nx”
shown on the display after a dive, it starts
flashing on the next day to indicate that FO2
should be re-set. Otherwise, “– –” is shown
in place of the previous FO2 setting, and the
watch cannot be used for diving.
The order of diving data stored in memory.
Details of up to 30 dives can be recorded.
The log data of a dive is shown in two
separate displays. They have different log
Nos. such as “30-1” and “30-2”.
Water
temperature
at maximum
depth
Residual
nitrogen at
end of dive
Residual nitrogen at the end of a dive is
recorded in the dive function and indicated
graphically by the number of bars.
Residual
oxygen at
end of dive
Residual oxygen at the end of a dive is
recorded in the dive function and indicated
graphically by the number of bars.
Decompression
stop depth
The depth at which the diver should make a
decompression stop. It is calculated on the
basis of the diving data collected during the
dive, and selected from 15, 12, 9, 6 and 3 m
(50, 40, 30, 20 and 10 ft). If the diver ascends
to a depth shallower than the indicated depth,
a decompression stop violation warning is
given.
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EXPLANATION OF THE TERMS
For planning a dive, the depths from 9 m to
48 m (30 ft to 160 ft) are divided into 14 ranks
in 3 m (10 ft) increments.
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3
Years
TO PRESERVE THE QUALITY OF YOUR WATCH
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. It will be replaced at
cost. For battery replacement, we recommend
that you contact an AUTHORIZED SEIKO DEALER
and request SEIKO CR2032 battery.
* The battery life may be less than 3 years if the regular
alarm is used more than 10 seconds a day, the
illuminating light more than 10 seconds a day, and/or
the diving function more than 50 times a year, one
hour per dive.
WARNING
Battery life indicator
If the battery mark is shown on the display, the watch will
stop operating in about a week. Take the watch to the
retailer from whom it was purchased to replace the battery
with a new one.
Battery mark
• While the mark is
shown, the watch
cannot be used
for diving.
* While the battery mark is shown, the dive function will not start.
If the battery mark starts flashing, the battery is nearing its end.
Take the watch to the retailer from whom it was purchased
immediately for battery replacement.
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Notes:
1. The log data stored in the dive log function is not erased when the
battery is replaced with a new one. It is possible, however, for the
stored log data to be inadvertently erased during the function checking
procedures after battery replacement. It is recommended that the log
data in memory be noted down in your log book before requesting a
battery change.
2. For battery replacement, take the watch to the retailer from whom it
was purchased. The work of replacing the battery is conducted at a
SEIKO SERVICE CENTER. For safety’s sake, the watch will also
undergo a strict check on its water resistant quality and depth
measurement function in addition to battery replacement. Therefore,
it will take approximately 2 weeks before the watch is returned to you.
3. After the battery is replaced with a new one, “meters (m) and
centigrade (° C)” are automatically set for the measurement units.
Before diving, therefore, set the measurement units as required. (See
“SELECTION OF MEASUREMENT UNITS”)
■ TEMPERATURES
+60°C
-10°C
Your watch works with stable accuracy within a
temperature range of 5°C and 35°C (41°F and 95°F).
Temperatures over 60° C (140° F) or below –10°
C (+14° F) may cause a slight time loss or gain or
battery leakage or shorten the battery life.
However, the above conditions will be corrected
when the watch returns to normal temperature.
■ SHOCKS & VIBRATION
■ PERIODIC CHECK
2-3
Years
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.
■ STATIC ELECTRICITY
The IC (Integrated Circuit) used in your watch will
be affected by static electricity, which may disturb
the display. Keep the watch away from close contact
with objects such as TV screens, which emit strong
static electricity.
Your watch will not be affected by magnetism.
● 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.
CAUTION
● Never short-circuit, heat or otherwise tamper with
the battery, and never expose it to fire. The battery
may burst, become very hot or catch fire.
● The battery is not rechargeable. Never attempt to
recharge it, as this may cause battery leakage or
damage to the battery.
N
S
■ CHEMICALS
Be careful not to expose the watch to solvents,
mercury, cosmetic spray, detergents, adhesives or
paints. Otherwise, the case, bracelet, etc. may
become discolored, deteriorated or damaged.
■ CARE OF CASE AND BRACELET
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.
■ PRECAUTION REGARDING
CASE BACK PROTECTIVE FILM
Be careful not to drop your watch or hit it against
hard surfaces.
■ MAGNETISM
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BATTERY CHANGE
■ LIQUID CRYSTAL PANEL
7 Years
The normal life expectancy for a liquid crystal panel
is approximately 7 years. After 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).
To prevent possible rusting of the case and bracelet,
wipe them periodically with a soft dry cloth.
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Problem
Possible cause
Problem
Possible cause
Solution
The watch calculates decompression
diving even after a dive.
The diver ascended defying the
decompression stop violation warning.
When the surface interval time is less than 5 minutes, making a
decompression stop as indicated by the watch will return the
display for no-decompression diving.
Solution
The display became blank.
The battery has run down.
The battery life indicator is shown.
The battery life indicator is flashing.
The battery is nearing its end.
Take the watch to the retailer from whom it was purchased
immediately for battery replacement. **
The watch gains/loses occasionally.
The watch was left in low or high
temperatures.
The accuracy will be corrected when the watch returns to normal
temperature. Set the time before using the watch. It is so adjusted
that it operates with stable accuracy when used on the wrist within
a temperature range between 5° C and 35° C (41° F and 95° F).
A blur inside the glass persists.
The gasket is deteriorated, and water
got inside the watch.
Consult the retailer from whom it was purchased.
Three altitude rank indicator bars are
flashing.
Unless you are at an altitude over 6,000
m (19,700 ft), the pressure sensor is out
of order.
The number of residual nitrogen
indicator bars on the display
increased while on the surface.
You moved to a higher altitude across
the altitude ranks.
The number of residual nitrogen
indicator bars on the display
increased during flight.
The atmospheric pressure inside
airplanes corresponds to altitude rank
“2”, and the watch has re-calculated
the altitude.
The display will not return to the
TIME/CALENDAR after diving.
Water remains on the auto switch.
Wipe the auto switch with a dry cloth.
The dive function was shown while
on the surface, and a depth of more
than 1.5 m (5 ft) was displayed.
Water remains on the auto switch, or
the auto switch was turned on during
flight and the airplane landed.
Make sure that the auto switch is always clean and dry. In a place
such as inside an airplane where the atmospheric pressure changes
sharply, take utmost care not to leave the auto switch wet.
The dive function will not start.
A dive beyond the specified limit was
made within the past 48 hours.
Do not use the watch for diving for 48 hours.
The battery life indicator is lighting up or
flashing.
Take the watch to the retailer from whom it was purchased
immediately for battery replacement.
Three altitude rank indicator bars are
flashing.
The watch cannot be used for diving at an altitude over 6,000 m
(19,700 ft). Unless you are at an altitude over 6,000 m, the
pressure sensor is out of order. Consult the retailer from whom
it was purchased.
The watch senses the atmospheric pressure change and recalculates residual nitrogen. The obtained residual nitrogen will be
taken into consideration in calculations in the dive plan function.
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TROUBLESHOOTING
**The log data stored in the dive log function will not be erased when the battery is replaced with a new one. If any malfunction is found during
checking, however, the stored log data may be erased when the watch is repaired. It is recommended that the log data in memory be noted down
in your log book before requesting a battery change.
SPECIFICATIONS
1 Frequency of crystal oscillator ...
32,768 Hz (Hz = Hertz … Cycles per
second)
2 Loss/gain (Monthly rate) ............
Less than 15 seconds at normal
temperature range (5° C ~ 35° C)
(41° F ~ 95° F)
3 Operational temperature range ...
–5° C ~ +40° C (23° F ~ 104° F) for
depth measurement, alarm sound,
display and illuminating light
–10° C ~ +60° C (14° F ~ 140° F) for
timing function
* In very low temperatures, the
display light may dim, and the
change of digits may become slow.
DIVE LOG display .................
HOUR CORRECTION display ..
Hour and minutes
Dive mode ............................
No-decompression limit, dive time,
current depth, maximum depth,
water temperature, residual
nitrogen, FO2 setting, current time,
PO2 value and residual oxygen
5 Display medium .........................
Nematic Liquid Crystal, FEM (Field
Effect Mode)
4 Display system
TIME/CALENDAR display .....
Hour, minutes, seconds, month,
date, and day [surface interval time
and desaturation time]
REGULAR ALARM display ....
Regular alarm time (hour and
minutes)
FO2 (NITROX) display ............
FO2 setting
DIVE PLAN display ...............
Depth rank and no-decompression
limit [surface interval time and
desaturation time]
Log No., date of dive, dive time,
entry/exit time, FO2 setting, average
depth, maximum depth, water
temperature at maximum depth,
and residual nitrogen/oxygen at end
of dive
6 Battery .......................................
SEIKO CR2032, 1 piece
7 Battery life .................................
Approx. 3 years
8 Illuminating light .........................
Electroluminescent panel
9 Sensor accuracy .........................
Depth: Within ±3% of the displayed
value + 0.5 m (2 ft)
Water temperature: ± 2° C (4° F)
10 IC (Integrated Circuit) .................
C-MOS-LSI, 2 pieces
Non-volatile memory, 1 piece
* The specifications are subject to change without prior notice for product improvement.
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