Pulsar | NX01 | CAL. NX01 DUO-DISPLAY QUARTZ

CAL. NX01
DUO-DISPLAY QUARTZ
● 24-hour stopwatch
● Countdown timer
● Regular alarm
● Single-time alarm
● Illuminating light (Electroluminescent panel)
ENGLISH
● Analogue time display
● Digital time and calendar
MODE CHANGE
C
English
PM
A
A
With each press, the mode in the digital display changes in the following
order:
➡
STOPWATCH
➡
TIMER
➡
REGULAR
ALARM
➡
TIME/
CALENDAR
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C
Press in TIME/CALENDAR mode to show SINGLE-TIME ALARM
mode.
SCREW DOWN CROWN
[for models with screw down crown]
Unlocking the crown
1 Turn Crown counterclockwise until you no
longer feel the threads turning.
2 Crown can be pulled out.
1 Push Crown back in to normal position.
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Locking the crown
2 Turn Crown clockwise while pressing it lightly
until tight.
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TIME/CALENDAR MODE
● Before setting the analogue time, be sure to set the digital time.
DIGITAL TIME/CALENDAR SETTING
Day
A
Date
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▲
A
C
Press to show TIME/
CALENDAR mode.
Press for 2 to 3 seconds.
▲
▲
PM
C
▲
A
D
D
Select the digits to be
adjusted.✽
Set the flashing digits.
▲
A
4
Return to TIME/CALENDAR
mode.
✽ Selection of the digits
12-/24-hour indication
➾
➾
Seconds ➾ Minutes ➾ Hour ➾ Year ➾ Month ➾ Date
ANALOGUE TIME SETTING
Second hand
CROWN
Minute hand
1 Pull out when the second hand is
at the 12 o’clock position.
➠
2 Turn to set the hour and minute
hands.
➠
3 Push back in to normal position
when the second digits count “00”
in the digital time display.
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Hour hand
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CHANGEOVER OF DISPLAYS
D
With each press in TIME/CALENDAR mode, the display changes in
the following order:
➡
Calendar
display
➡
Blank
display
English
➡
Time/calendar
display
DEMONSTRATION FUNCTION
● The watch shows the modes and displays in order.
D
Press for 2 to 3 seconds in TIME/CALENDAR mode to start the
demonstration.
* The modes and displays are shown for 2 seconds in the following order:
Calendar
display ➾
STOPWATCH
mode
➾
➾
Blank display
REGULAR ALARM mode
* To stop the demonstration, press any of the buttons.
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TIMER
mode
➾
➾
Time/calendar
➾
display
STOPWATCH MODE
● The stopwatch measures up to 24 hours in 1/100 second increments for the first
hour and in 1 second increments thereafter.
A
Press to show STOPWATCH mode.
Start / Stop / Restart
D
Reset
English
A
C
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TIMER MODE
● The timer can be set up to 9 hours and 59 minutes in minute increments.
● The remaining time is displayed in seconds.
Press to show TIMER mode.
TIMER SETTING
A
▲
C
C
▲
D
D
A
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Select the digits to be
adjusted (hour/minutes).
Set the flashing digits.
▲
A
Press for 2 to 3 seconds.
▲
English
A
Return to TIMER mode.
TIMER OPERATION
Start / Stop / Restart
D
Reset
English
C
* When the set time is up, a warning sound beeps for 10 seconds.
To stop it manually, press any of the buttons.
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REGULAR ALARM MODE
● The regular alarm can be set to ring on a 24-hour basis.
A
Press to show REGULAR ALARM mode.
English
REGULAR ALARM SETTING
A
▲
▲
C
C
▲
PM
D
10
D
Select the digits to be
adjusted (hour/minutes).
Set the flashing digits.
▲
A
Press for 2 to 3 seconds.
A
Return to REGULAR ALARM
mode.
* The regular alarm mark is
automatically displayed and the
regular alarm is engaged.
ENGAGEMENT/DISENGAGEMENT OF REGULAR ALARM
AND HOURLY TIME SIGNAL
C
With each press, the engagement/
disengagement of the regular alarm
and hourly time signal are made as
follows:
PM
English
C
▲
Regular alarm engaged
▲
Hourly time signal engaged
▲
Both engaged
Hourly time
signal mark
▲
Regular
alarm mark
Neither engaged
* At the designated time, the regular alarm rings for 20 seconds. To stop it manually,
press any of the buttons.
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SINGLE-TIME ALARM MODE
● The single-time alarm can be set to ring only once at the designated time. As it
rings, it is automatically disengaged.
● The single-time alarm can be set in minute increments starting from the current
time.
A
Designated
alarm time
C
C
12
or
D
Set the desired alarm time.
▲
A
Press to show SINGLETIME ALARM mode.
▲
C
1-AL PM
Press to show TIME/
CALENDAR mode.
▲
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SINGLE-TIME ALARM SETTING
Single-time
alarm mark
D
Current time
A
Return to TIME/CALENDAR
mode.
* At the designated time, the single-time alarm rings for 20 seconds. To stop it manually,
press any of the buttons.
● To cancel the single-time alarm you have set, press buttons C and D at the same
time in the SINGLE-TIME ALARM mode, or press button C or D to set the alarm
time to the current time.
B
B
PM
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ILLUMINATING LIGHT (Electroluminescent panel)
Press in any mode.
* The digital display is evenly
illuminated for 3 seconds.
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ViViDiGi
●
is a new type of liquid crystal panel that makes possible various
colors and high contrast.
English
● Excellent light reflection and transmission make the display bright and clear.
● Various color options are available.
● Either the whole panel or the displayed data only can be illuminated.
* Features vary in different models.
NOTES ON USING THE WATCH
TIME/CALENDAR MODE
[DIGITAL TIME/CALENDAR SETTING]
● The calendar automatically adjusts for odd and even months including February of leap
years from 1998 to 2048.
● Once the year, month and date have been set, the day of the week is automatically set.
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● Setting the seconds:
• With the second digits flashing, press button D in accordance with a time signal. The
second digits are reset to “00”.
• When the seconds count any number from “30” to “59” and button D is pressed, one
minute is added and the seconds are reset to “00”.
● The flashing digits except the seconds and 12-/24-hour indication move quickly if button
D is kept pressed.
● When setting the hour digits in the 12-hour indication, check that AM/PM is properly set.
Only the “PM” mark is displayed. For the AM setting, there is no indication. In the 24hour indication, “24” is displayed.
● If the watch is left untouched with the digits flashing, it will automatically return to the
TIME/CALENDAR mode in 1 to 2 minutes.
● Note on unusual display:
While setting the time/calendar, all the segments of the display will light up if both
buttons C and D are pressed at the same time. This is not a malfunction. Press any one
of the buttons to return to the TIME/CALENDAR mode, and then set the time/calendar
again.
[ANALOGUE TIME SETTING]
● When setting the minute hand, first advance it 4 to 5 minutes ahead of the desired time
and then turn it back to the exact minute.
STOPWATCH MODE
● Restart and stop of the stopwatch can be repeated by pressing button C.
● Even if the STOPWATCH mode is changed to another while the measurement is in
progress, it continues counting properly. After the stopwatch is used, however, be sure
to reset it as the battery energy is consumed enormously to shorten the battery life.
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TIMER MODE
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[TIMER SETTING]
● Before setting the desired time for the timer, reset the digits to “0:00'oo” by pressing
button D.
● The flashing digits move quickly if button D is kept pressed.
● If the watch is left untouched with the digits flashing, it will automatically return to the
TIMER mode in 1 to 2 minutes.
[TIMER OPERATION]
● Restart and stop of the timer can be repeated by pressing button C.
● Even if the TIMER mode is changed to another while the measurement is in progress,
it continues counting properly. After the timer is used, however, be sure to reset it as
the battery energy is consumed enormously to shorten the battery life.
REGULAR ALARM MODE
[REGULAR ALARM SETTING]
● The flashing digits move quickly if button D is kept pressed.
● If the watch is left untouched with the digits flashing, it will automatically return to the
REGULAR ALARM mode in 1 to 2 minutes.
● When the time function is displayed in the 24-hour indication, the regular alarm is also
displayed in the 24-hour indication.
● When setting the hour digits in the 12-hour indication, check that AM/PM is properly set.
Only the “PM” mark is displayed. For the AM setting, there is no indication. In the 24hour indication, “24” is displayed.
● Regular alarm test: The regular alarm can be tested by keeping button C pressed in
the REGULAR ALARM mode. After the alarm is tested, press
button C to engage/disengage the regular alarm/hourly time
signal as desired.
SINGLE-TIME ALARM MODE
ILLUMINATING LIGHT (Electroluminescent panel)
● The display remains illuminated if button B is kept pressed.
● When button B is pressed in the calendar or blank display of the TIME/CALENDAR
mode, the time/calendar display is shown while the display is illuminated.
● The electroluminescent panel loses its luminance as the battery voltage gets lowered.
Also, its luminance level decreases gradually with use.
● 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.
● While the illuminating light is used, the watch gives out a slight noise. However, this
is not a malfunction.
English
[SINGLE-TIME ALARM SETTING]
● When button C or D is pressed to set the single-time alarm, the single-time alarm mark
“1-AL” is displayed and the single-time alarm is automatically engaged.
● With each press of button C or D, one minute is advanced or moved back, respectively.
● If the watch is left untouched in the SINGLE-TIME ALARM mode, it will automatically
return to the TIME/CALENDAR mode in 20 to 30 seconds.
● The single-time alarm rings differently from the regular alarm.
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BATTERY CHANGE
2
English
Years
Battery life : Approx. 2 years
Battery
: SEIKO SR626SW, 1 piece
(for analogue display)
SEIKO SR41W, 1 piece
(for digital display)
● The battery life may be less than 2 years if the alarm is used for more than 10 seconds
a day and/or the illuminating light more than once (for 3 seconds) a day.
● Even if either of the two batteries has run down, replace both of them with new ones.
● As the batteries are inserted at the factory to check the function and performance of the
watch, their actual lives once in your possession may be less than the specified period.
● When the batteries expire, be sure to replace them as soon as possible to prevent any
malfunction.
● We recommend that you contact an AUTHORIZED PULSAR DEALER for battery
replacement.
● Necessary procedure after battery change
After the battery is replaced with a new one or if an abnormal display (broken digits, etc.)
appears, follow the procedure below to reset the IC.
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Press and hold buttons A, B, C and D at the same time for 2 to 3 seconds. When
the buttons are released, “12:00'00" a.m., Jan. 1st, 2000, SAT” will be displayed.
* Before using the watch, set the time/calendar and then, the alarm.
WARNING
English
● 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.
● Never short-circuit, tamper with or heat the battery, and never expose
it to fire. The battery may burst, become very hot or catch fire.
CAUTION
● The battery is not rechargeable. Never attempt to recharge it, as this
may cause battery leakage or damage to the battery.
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TO PRESERVE THE QUALITY OF YOUR WATCH
WATER RESISTANCE
● Water resistance (5 bar)*
English
If “WATER RESISTANT 5 BAR”
● Non-water resistant
is inscribed on the case back, your
If “WATER RESISTANT” is not
watch is designed and manuinscribed on the case back, your 5 bar WR
factured to withstand up to 5 bar
watch is not water resistant, and
care should be taken not to get it and is suitable for swimming, yachting and taking
wet as water may damage the movement. If a shower.
the watch becomes wet, we suggest that you ● Water resistance (10 bar/15 bar/20 bar)*
have it checked by an AUTHORIZED PULSAR
If “WATER RESISTANT 10 BAR”,
DEALER or SERVICE CENTER.
“WATER RESISTANT 15 BAR”
10/15/20
or “WATER RESISTANT 20 BAR”
● Water resistance (3 bar)
bar WR
is inscribed on the case back,
If “WATER RESISTANT” is inscribed
on the case back, your watch is your watch is designed and manufactured to
designed and manufactured to withstand up to 10 bar/15 bar/20 bar and is
withstand up to 3 bar, such as acci- suitable for taking a bath, shallow diving, but not
dental contact with splashes of water or rain, but it is for scuba diving. We recommend that you wear a
PULSAR Diver’s watch for scuba diving.
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* Before using the water resistance 5, 10, 15 or 20 bar watch in water, be sure the
crown is pushed in completely.
Do not operate the crown 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 the water resistance 5 bar watch, or taking a bath with
the water resistance 10, 15 or 20 bar watch, be sure to observe the following:
• Do not operate the crown 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.
English
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
Your watch works with
stable accuracy within a
temperature range of 5° C
-5°C
and 35° C (41° F and 95°
F).
Temperatures over 50° C (122° F) or
below –5° C (+23° F) may cause a
+50°C
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.
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MAGNETISM
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The analogue unit of your
watch will be adversely
affected by strong
S
N
magnetism, though the
digital unit will not be
affected. Keep the watch away from
close contact with magnetic objects.
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SHOCKS & VIBRATION
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.
PERIODIC CHECK
Light activities will not
It is recommended that the
affect your watch, but be
watch be checked once
2-3
careful not to drop your
every 2 to 3 years. Have
Years
watch or hit it against hard
your watch checked by an
surfaces, as this may
AUTHORIZED PULSAR
cause damage.
DEALER or SERVICE CENTER to
ensure that the case, crown, buttons,
gasket and crystal seal remain intact.
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.
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.
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.
English
STATIC ELECTRICITY
PRECAUTION REGARDING
CASE BACK PROTECTIVE FILM
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