Casio 2080 Watch User Manual

Module No.2080
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GENERAL GUIDE
• If the digital display of your watch is continually changing, see “About Auto Display” for information on how to stop it.
• Press C to change from mode to mode. After you perform an operation in Countdown Alarm Mode or Stopwatch Mode, pressing C returns to the Timekeeping Mode.
• In the Timekeeping Mode, press D to illuminate the display for about two seconds.
Moon Data Mode
Timekeeping Mode
Sunrise/Sunset Mode
TIMEKEEPING MODE
The settings you make in the Timekeeping Mode are very important, because they
affect the Moon Data, Tide Graph, and Sunrise/Sunset functions.
There are three setting screens in the Timekeeping Mode: the Time and Date Setting
Screen, DST, GMT Differential, Point Name Setting Screen, and Longitude/Latitude,
Lunar Tide Interval Setting Screen.
• For normal timekeeping, you need to set the time, and date, and turn daylight
saving time (summer time) on or off.
• To use the Moon Data, Tide Graph, and Sunrise/Sunset functions, you must set the
GMT differential, your current longitude and latitude, and the lunar tide interval on
your point.
• If you do not operate any button for a few minutes while a selection is flashing, the
flashing stops and the watch goes back to the Timekeeping Mode automatically.
Countdown Alarm Mode
Alarm Mode
Stopwatch Mode
2. When the character you want is displayed, press C to advance to the next
character.
3. Repeat steps 1 and 2 for all eight characters of the point name.
• After you are finished making the settings you want, press A to advance to the
Longitude/Latitude, Lunar Tide Interval Setting Screen.
Longitude/Latitude, Lunar Tide Interval Setting Screen
Longitude
Latitude
Use this screen to specify the longitude, latitude, and
lunar tide interval of your current location.
Lunar tide interval
Longitude/Latitude
Hour
Minutes
To set the time and date
Month - Day • Use this screen to set the current time and date, to
Moon graph
Tide graph
Day of week
Hour
Minutes
Seconds
PM indicator
reset the seconds to 00, and to toggle between 12-hour
and 24-hour timekeeping.
1. In the Timekeeping Mode, check if the DST indicator is
displayed, and change the DST setting in accordance
with the timekeeping in your area.
• Turn on DST if daylight saving time (summer time) is
currently in effect in your area. If daylight saving time is
not currently in effect in your area, be sure to turn DST
off.
• See “To turn DST on and off” for details about turning
DST on and off.
2. In the Timekeeping Mode, hold down A until the
seconds digits start to flash. This is the Time and Date
Setting Screen.
3. Press C to move the selection around the display in
the following sequence.
Seconds
Hour
Minutes
Day
Month
Year
12/24-Hour
Format
4. While the seconds digits are selected (flashing), press D to reset the seconds to
00. If you press D while the seconds count is in the range of 30 to 59, the seconds
are reset to 00 and 1 is added to the minutes. If the seconds count is in the range
of 00 to 29, the minutes count is unchanged.
5. While any other digits (besides seconds), are selected (flashing), press D to increase the number or B to decrease it. Holding down either button changes the
current number at high speed.
• While the 12/24-hour setting is selected, press D to switch between the two
formats.
• The day of the week is automatically set in accordance with the date.
• The date can be set with the range of January 1,1995 to December 31, 2039.
6. After you are finished making the settings you want, press A to advance to the
DST, GMT Differential, Point Name Setting Screen. To return to the normal Timekeeping Mode screen, press A three times.
DST, GMT Differential, Point Name Setting Screen
DST ON/OFF
Point name
Use this screen to switch DST (daylight saving time or
summer time) on and off, to specify the GMT differential
from your current location and to input new point names.
Lunar tide interval
To set the longitude and latitude of your current location
While the Longitude/Latitude is flashing on the display, use D to change the
longitude value and B to change the latitude value.
• After you are finished making the settings you want, press C to advance to the
Lunar Tide Interval Setting Screen.
To set the lunar tide interval at your current location
1. Press D to increase the hour value or B to decrease it. Holding down either button
changes the setting at high speed.
2. Press C to move to the minutes digits.
3. Press D to increase the minutes value or B to decrease it.
4. After you are finished making the settings you want, press A to return to the
normal Timekeeping Mode Screen.
About the lunar tide interval
The lunar tide interval is the period from the moon’s upper transit (moon up) to high
tide. If you know the lunar tide interval, tide changes can be determined using the
moon age. This watch calculates tide changes according to the current time and the
location setting, and displays them graphically.
To calculate the lunar tide interval
1. Look up the high tide time for the flood tide of the location whose tide changes you
want to know.
2. Use this watch to look up the moon up time that occurs immediately before this
time.
3. Subtracting the moon up time from the high tide time produces the lunar tide interval.
MULTI-TIME MODE
To view point data
1. In the Timekeeping Mode, press B to enter the Multi-time Mode. The first point
that appears is the one you selected as your home time point.
2. Press B to scroll through the data for the 10 points. The watch beeps and returns
to the Timekeeping Mode after the tenth point.
• Pressing C at any time in the Multi-time Mode immediately returns to the Timekeeping Mode.
• You can use the procedure under “DST, GMT Differential, Point Name Setting
Screen” and “Longitude/Latitude, Lunar Tide Interval Setting Screen” to change
the name and other data of a point.
Multi-time Mode
GMT differential
Point name
Point name
DST
ON/OFF
GMT
differential
1st
character
2nd
character
8th
character
To turn DST on and off
While ON or OFF and the small DST mark are flashing on the display, press D to
toggle DST on and off.
Important!
• Be sure to use this procedure to turn daylight saving time (summer time) on and off.
Never manually change the timekeeping setting to adjust for daylight saving time.
Doing so will produce incorrect Moon Data, Tide Graph, and Sunrise/Sunset data.
Use C to move the flashing to the GMT differential value.
To set the GMT differential
Notes
• The GMT differential is the difference in time between the time zone where you are
currently located and Greenwich Mean Time (GMT).
• See “TIME ZONE CHART” at the back of this manual for information about determining the GMT differential in your area.
1. Press D to increase the value or B to decrease it. Holding down either button
changes the setting at high speed.
2. Use C to move the flashing to the first character of the point name.
To change a point name
1. Press D to scroll forward through the characters at the current flashing location, or
B to scroll backwards. Holding down either button changes the current characters
at high speed.
Home time
Local time
This watch comes pre-programmed with data for 10 fishing points around the world.
The data for each point includes an 8-character point name, GMT differential, longitude and latitude, and lunar tide interval. Setting the current time and date for any of
the points causes the time and date settings for all other points to be adjusted accordingly. In the case of DST, however, you must make a separate setting for each
point. You can use the following procedure to select any one of the ten points as your
home time point.
• See the “PRESET LOCATION CHART” at the back of this manual for details on
the locations whose data is preset in watch memory when you purchase it.
To select a point for your home time
• While the point you want to use for your home time is displayed in the Multi-time
Mode, hold down D for about two seconds.
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• The moon up time indicates when the moon will
reach its highest point relative to your current location (upper transit), while the moon down time
indicates when it will reach its lowest point (lower
transit). Note that moon up and moon down times
are accurate up to ±30 minutes.
BACKLIGHT
Auto light switch
on indicator
The backlight uses an EL (electro-luminescent) panel that
cause the entire display to glow for easy reading in the
dark. The watch's auto light switch automatically turns on
the backlight when you angle the watch towards your face.
• The auto light switch must be turned on (indicated by
the auto light switch on indicator) for it to operate.
Note
• The electro-luminescent panel loses illuminating power
after very long use.
• The illumination provided by the backlight may be hard to see when viewed under
direct sunlight.
• The watch will emit an audible sound whenever the display is illuminated. This is
caused by vibration of the EL panel when it is lit. It does not indicate malfunction of
the watch.
• The backlight automatically turns off whenever an alarm sounds.
• In the Timekeeping Mode, press D to illuminate the display for about two seconds.
• The above operation turns on the backlight regardless of the current auto light switch
setting.
About the Auto Light Switch
Turning on the auto light switch causes the backlight to turn on whenever you position your wrist as described below. Note that the auto light switch of this watch will
operate only when available light is below a certain level. It does not turn on the
backlight under bright light.
• Avoid wearing the watch on the inside of your wrist. Doing so causes the auto light
switch to operate when it is not needed, which shortens battery life.
Moving the watch to a position that is parallel to the ground and then tilting it
towards you more than 40 degrees causes the backlight to light.
More than
40°
Parallel to ground
• The backlight turns off in about two seconds, even if you keep the watch pointed
towards your face.
• The backlight may not light if the face of the watch is more than 15 degrees off the
parallel as shown below. Make sure that the back of your hand is parallel to the
ground.
More than 15 degrees
too high
Earth
Moon
• The moon data for your home time point appears first
when you enter the Moon Data Mode.
• Press D (forward) or B (back) within about two
seconds after entering the Moon Data Mode to scroll to
another point. Holding down either button scrolls at high
speed. It takes about 40* seconds before moon data
Moon down appears after you display the name of a point.
• If you do not perform any button operation, about two
time
seconds after you enter the Moon Data Mode the
display changes automatically to show the moon data
for today’s date. Pressing D advances to the next date,
while B goes back to the previous date. Holding down
either button scrolls the date at high speed. It takes about
40* seconds before moon data appears after you display a date.
* While the countdown alarm is operating, it takes about
Moon age
Moon up time
three and a half minutes to calculate.
• Note that once you enter the moon data display, you
Year
cannot change to another point. To change to another
point, press A twice to return to the point name
display, make the changes you want, and then re-enter
the moon data display.
• Moon data is displayed in 5-minute units.
• For days around the full moon (moon age 15) or new
moon (moon age 29.5), there are days where there is
no moon up or moon down. In such cases, the xx:xx
Day
is shown for the moon up or moon down time.
Point name
Minutes
Month
TIDE GRAPH MODE
1. Press A while in the Moon Data Mode to enter the Tide
Graph Mode. The display shows the tide graph for 6:00
am on the date that was selected in the Moon Data
Mode.
2. Use D (forward) and B (back) to scroll the time in 1hour increments. Holding down either button changes
the time at high speed.
• Note that once you enter the Tide Graph Mode, you
cannot change to another point or date. To change to
Month - Day another point or date, press A to return to the Moon
Data Mode, make the changes you want, and then
re-enter the Tide Graph Mode.
Day of week
Warning!
• Never try to read your watch when mountain climbing or hiking in areas that
are dark or in areas with poor footing. Doing so is dangerous and can result
in serious personal injury.
• Never try to read your watch when running where there is danger of accidents, especially in locations where there might be vehicular or pedestrian
traffic. Doing so is dangerous and can result in serious personal injury.
• Never try to read your watch when riding on a bicycle or when operating a
motorcycle or any other motor vehicle. Doing so is dangerous and can result
in a traffic accident and serious personal injury.
• When you are wearing the watch, make sure that its auto light switch is turned
off before riding on a bicycle or operating a motorcycle or any other motor vehicle. Sudden and unintended operation of the auto light switch can create a distraction, which can result in a traffic accident and serious personal injury.
To turn the auto light switch on and off
In the Timekeeping Mode, hold down D for one second to turn the auto light switch
on (AUTO
displayed) and off (AUTO
not displayed).
• Frequent use of the auto light switch greatly reduces the charge of the storage
battery. If you use the auto light switch often, be sure to leave the watch where it is
exposed to sunlight during the day time so it can recharge the storage battery. 10
minutes exposure to sunlight provides enough of a charge for about 10 to 20 auto
light switch operations.
• The AUTO
indicator is on the display in all modes while the auto light switch is
turned on.
MOON DATA MODE
Be sure to set the current time and your current location before trying to use the
Moon Data Mode.
The Moon Data Mode display shows the current moon age, as well as moon up and
moon down times. Moon age is indicated both by a value and one of the following
graphics.
Moon-Down
To display the moon up and moon down time for a specific date
More than 15 degrees
too low
• Static electricity or magnetic force can interfere with proper operation of the auto
light switch. If the backlight does not light, try moving the watch back to the starting
position (parallel with the ground) and then tilt it back toward you again. If this does
not work, drop your arm all the way down so it hangs at your side, and then bring it
back up again.
• Under certain conditions the backlight may not light until about one second or less
after turn the face of the watch towards you. This does not necessarily indicate
malfunction of the backlight.
Moon-UP
Location
Hour
To manually turn on the backlight
Parallel to ground
Moon
Tide graph
Time
High
Ebb
Low Flood
SUNRISE/SUNSET MODE
• The today’s sunrise and sunset data for your home time
point appears first when you enter the Sunrise/Sunset Mode.
• Press D (forward) or B (back) within about two
seconds after entering the Sunrise/Sunset Mode to scroll
to another point. Holding down either button scrolls at
high speed. It takes about 40* seconds before sunrise/
Minutes
Hour
sunset data appears after you display the name of a point.
• If you do not perform any button operation, about two
seconds after you enter the Sunrise/Sunset Mode the
display changes automatically to show the sunrise/
sunset data for today’s date. Pressing D advances to
the next date, while B goes back to the previous date.
Holding down either button scrolls the date at high speed.
It takes about 40* seconds before sunrise/sunset data
appears after you display a date.
* While the countdown alarm is operating, it takes about
Sunset time Sunrise time
three and a half minutes to calculate.
• Note that once you enter the Sunrise/Sunset data display, you cannot change to
another point. To change to another point, press A to return to the point name
display, make the changes you want, and then re-enter the Sunrise/Sunset data
display.
• Sunrise/sunset data is displayed in 5-minute units.
Point name
COUNTDOWN ALARM MODE
The countdown alarm can be set within a range of 1 second to 24 hours. When the
countdown reaches zero, an alarm sounds for 10 seconds or until you press any
button.
To set the countdown start time and to switch auto repeat timing on and off
New Moon Crescent Half Moon
Moon First Quarter
Full Moon
Half Moon
Last Quarter
Mode indicator Hour
1. Hold down A while in the Countdown Alarm Mode. The
minutes digits flash on the display because they are
selected.
2. Press C to change the selection in the following
sequence.
Minutes
Minutes
Seconds
Auto repeat on/off
Seconds
1/10 second
Hour
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3. While the hour, minutes, or seconds digits are flashing, press D to increase the
value or B to decrease it. Holding down either button changes the value at high
speed.
4. While the auto repeat indicator is flashing, press D toggle auto repeat on and off.
The auto repeat indicator is on the display only while you are setting the countdown start time.
Press B
Auto repeat OFF
Auto repeat ON
• To set the starting value of the countdown time to 24 hours, set 0:00' 00".
5. After you set the countdown start time and auto repeat timing on and off, press A
to return to the Countdown Alarm Mode.
• To set a date alarm
Set the month, day, hour and minutes for the alarm time. This type of setting causes
the alarm to sound at the specific time, on the specific date you set.
• To set a 1-month alarm
Set the month, hour and minutes for the alarm time. Set “xx” for the day. This type
setting causes the alarm to sound every day at the time you set, only during the
month you set.
• To set a month alarm
Set the day, hour and minutes for the alarm time. Set “x” for the month. This type of
the setting causes the alarm to sound every month at the time you set, on the day you
set.
To set the alarm time
1. Press D while in the Alarm Mode to select Alarm 1 through Alarm 5 and Hourly
Time Signal.
To use the countdown alarm
1. Press D while in the Countdown Alarm Mode to start the countdown alarm.
2. Press D again to stop the countdown alarm.
• You can resume countdown alarm operation by pressing D.
3. Press D to stop the countdown alarm, and then press B to reset the countdown
time to its starting value.
• When the end of the countdown is reached and auto repeat timing is off, the alarm
sounds for 10 seconds or until you stop the alarm by pressing any button. Countdown timing stops and the countdown time is automatically reset to its starting
value after the alarm stops.
Alarm 1
OFF
ON
Mode indicator
The Stopwatch Mode lets you measure elapsed time, split
times, and two finishes. The range of the stopwatch is 23
hours, 59 minutes 59.99 seconds.
• Pressing A in the Stopwatch Mode while an elapsed
time operation is in progress or while an elapsed time
(other than all zeros) is stopped on the display causes
the upper right display to alternate between the current
time and stopwatch time.
Minutes
Month
Day
To stop the alarm
• Press any button to stop the alarm after it starts to sound.
To switch an alarm on and off
General alarm on indicator
Individual alarm
on indicator
Alarm number
1. In the Alarm Mode, press D to select an alarm.
2. When an alarm you want to is selected, press B to
switch it on and off.
• The individual alarm indicators let you see at a glance
the on/off status of each alarm. The meaning of these
indicators depends on the mode you are in.
Individual alarm
on indicator
AL-5
AL-1
AL-4
AL-2
AL-3
• The general alarm indicator is displayed in all modes.
To switch the Hourly Time Signal on and off
Hourly time signal on
indicator
1/100
second
Minutes
4. Press D to increase the number or B to decrease it. Holding down either button
changes the current number at high speed.
• The format (12-hour and 24-hour) of the alarm time matches the format you select
for normal timekeeping.
• When setting the alarm time using the 12-hour format, take care to set the time
correctly as morning or afternoon.
5. After you set the alarm time, press A to return to the Alarm Mode.
• If you do not operate any button for a few minutes while a selection is flashing, the
flashing stops and the watch goes back to the Alarm Mode automatically.
STOPWATCH MODE
Hours
Alarm 5
Hourly Time Signal
Hour
• When the end of the countdown is reached while auto repeat is on, the alarm sounds,
but the countdown restarts from the beginning without stopping. You can stop the
countdown by pressing D and manually reset to the start time by pressing B .
• If you set a starting time of 10 seconds or less and have Auto Repeat turned on, the
countdown alarm tone (which normally sounds for 10 seconds) sounds for only one
second.
• When the progress beeper is turned on, the watch beeps as the countdown time
passes the 10, 5, 4, 3, 2, and 1-minute marks, and the 50, 40, 30, 20, 10, 5, 4, 3, 2,
and 1-second marks.
Alarm 4
2. After you select an alarm, hold down A until the hour digits start to flash on the
display. The hour digits flash because they are selected. At this time the alarm is
automatically switched on.
3. Press C to change the selection in the following sequence.
To turn the progress beeper on and off
1. While the Countdown Alarm Mode screen shows its starting value or while a countdown operation is in progress, press B to toggle the progress beeper on and off.
Alarm 3
Alarm 2
Countdown start on
Seconds
Elapsed time measurement
1. In the Alarm Mode, press D to select the Hourly Time
Signal.
2. When Hourly Time Signal is selected, press B to switch
it on and off.
• If Hourly Time Signal is on, the Hourly Time Signal On
indicator is shown on the display when you change to
another mode.
To test the alarm
Stop
Start
Re-start
Stop
Clear
Split release
Stop
Clear
Hold down D while in the Alarm Mode to sound the alarm.
Split time measurement
Split
Start
BATTERY
Split time and 1st-2nd place times
Start
Split
Stop
Split release
First runner
finishes.
Second runner
finishes.
Record time of
first runner.
Record time of
second runner.
Clear
Countdown Start
In addition to the normal instant start at the press of a button, the stopwatch can also
be set up to start timing automatically after five seconds have elapsed.
• While the stopwatch is stopped and cleared to all zeros, press A to toggle countdown start on and off. Turning on countdown start displays 5" in the lower part of
the display. 00' 00" 00 is displayed when countdown start is turned off. The upper
part of the display always shows the current time.
ALARM MODE
General alarm on indicator
Individual
alarm on
Alarm number indicator
Month
Day
You can set five independent alarms with the hour,
minutes, month and day. Use the Alarm Mode to turn the
alarm and the Hourly Time Signal on and off.
• When an alarm is turned on, an alarm tone sounds for
20 seconds when the preset time reached.
• When the Hourly Time Signal is turned on, the watch
beeps every hour on the hour.
Alarm types
The types of alarm you get depends on the information
you set.
Mode
indicator
Minutes
Hour
• To set a daily alarm
Set the hour and minutes for the alarm time. Set “x” for
the month and “xx” for the day. This type of setting
causes the alarm to sound everyday at the time you set.
Battery power indicator
This watch is equipped with a solar cell and a storage
battery (secondary battery) that is charged by the electrical power produced by the solar cell.
• The area outside of the LCD digital areas is a solar cell
panel that picks up available light to charge the storage
battery.
• A sleep Mode is provided to conserve battery power.
Important!
• Storing the watch for long periods in an area where there is no light or wearing it in
such a way that it is blocked from exposure to light can cause storage battery power
to run down. Be sure that the watch is normally exposed to light whenever possible.
• This watch employs a solar cell that converts light into electricity that charges a
built-in storage battery. Normally, the storage battery should not need replacement,
but after very long use over a number of years, the storage battery may lose its
ability to achieve a full charge. Should you notice problems with getting the storage
battery to a full charge, contact your dealer or CASIO distributor about having the
storage battery replaced.
• The storage battery should be replaced with a CASIO-specified, ML-2016 battery
only. Other storage batteries can cause damage to the watch.
• Be sure to put the watch into its Sleep Mode and keep in an area normally exposed
to light when storing it for long periods. This helps to keep the storage battery from
going dead.
Battery Power Indicator
The battery power indicator on the display shows you the current status of the storage battery's power.
Level
Indicator
Functional Status
1
All functions enabled.
2
All functions enabled.
3
4
5
Alarms, Hourly Time Signal, backlight disabled.
Alarms, Hourly Time Signal, backlight, display
disabled; timekeeping enabled.
Alarms, Hourly Time Signal, backlight, display,
timekeeping disabled.
• At Level 4, the display is disabled but timekeeping and other functions continue to
operate internally. Pressing any button causes the Timekeeping Mode screen to
appear for two or three minutes.
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• At Level 5, all functions are disabled. Functions are enabled once again after the
storage battery is charged, but anything previously stored in memory is lost. Because of this, you must set the current time and alarms, and re-input point data
after the storage battery is charged.
• Leaving the watch under strong direct sunlight to charge can cause the battery
indicator to show a battery capacity reading that is higher than the actual level.
Check the level after leaving the watch in an area out of the sun for a few minutes.
Charging Precautions
Certain charging conditions can cause the watch to become very hot. Avoid leaving
the watch in the areas described below whenever charging its storage battery.
Warning!
Leaving the watch in sunlight to charge its storage battery can cause it to become
quite hot. Take care when handling the watch to avoid burn injury.
Avoid charging the battery in the high temperature conditions described below.
• On the dashboard of a car parked in direct sunlight.
• Too close to an incandescent lamp.
• Under direct sunlight or in any other area exposed to intense heat for long periods.
Charging Guide
Required charge time when the backlight is used for two seconds and the alarm
sounds for 20 seconds per day:
• Approximately 8 hours of 500 lux (indoor fluorescent lighting) per day
• Approximately 1 hour 20 minutes of 3,000 lux (direct fluorescent lighting) per day
• Approximately 50 minutes of 36,000 lux (afternoon outdoor sunlight) per week (7
minutes per day)
Required charge time when the backlight is used for 30 seconds and the alarm sounds
for 20 seconds per day:
• Approximately 4 hours of 3,000 lux (direct fluorescent lighting) per day
• Approximately 2 hours 20 minutes of 36,000 lux (afternoon outdoor sunlight) per
week (20 minutes per day)
Using the Sleep Mode
[Sleep Mode]
In any mode (except while figures are flashing on the display for input), hold down C for about two seconds.
• This enters the Sleep Mode, which clears the display.
Time keeping and other functions continue to be performed internally.
• Alarms, the Hourly Time Signal, and the backlight are
disabled while the watch is in the Sleep Mode.
• Pressing any button (except A) exits the Sleep Mode
and enters the Timekeeping Mode.
About Auto Display
Auto Display is a demonstration feature that continually changes the contents of the
digital display. Note that you cannot use any of the watch's other functions while Auto
Display is operating.
To turn off Auto Display
Hold down A for about two seconds until the watch beeps.
To turn on Auto Display
1. In any mode (except while figures are flashing on the display for input), hold down
C for about two seconds to enter the Sleep Mode.
2. Hold down A for about two seconds until the watch beeps. This indicates that Auto
Display is on.
• You cannot turn on Auto Display while a setting screen (indicated by flashing digits)
is on the display.
• Leaving the watch in a dark area can cause Auto Display operation to stop. Normal
operation should resume when the watch is again exposed to light.
• Auto Display cannot be turned on while the storage battery is at Level 4 or Level 5.
Auto Display also turns off automatically whenever the storage battery drops to
Level 4 or Level 5.
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TIME ZONE CHART
North America
180°
NO.
165°
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135°
150°
120°
105°
75°
90°
60°
45°
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165°
180°
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45°
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30°
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CITY
THE DIFFERENCE
FROM GMT FOR LONGITUDE LATITUDE
STANDARD TIME
PAGO PAGO
HONOLULU
ANCHORAGE
NOME
LOS ANGELES
SAN FRANCISCO
LAS VEGAS
VANCOUVER
SEATTLE
DENVER
EL PASO
EDMONTON
CHICAGO
HOUSTON
–11
–10
–9
–9
–8
–8
–8
–8
–8
–7
–7
–7
–6
–6
171°W
158°W
150°W
165°W
118°W
122°W
115°W
123°W
122°W
105°W
106°W
114°W
88°W
95°W
14°N
21°N
61°N
65°N
34°N
38°N
36°N
49°N
48°N
40°N
32°N
54°N
42°N
30°N
15°
15°
Central and South America
NO.
. .. .
4
1
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
7
3
0°
.
2
.
.
. .
15°
10
5
8
9
1
.
..
6
11
30°
12
CITY
THE DIFFERENCE
FROM GMT FOR LONGITUDE LATITUDE
STANDARD TIME
PANAMA CITY
LIMA
BOGOTA
CARACAS
LA PAZ
SANTIAGO
PORT OF SPAIN
RIO DE JANEIRO
SAO PAULO
BRASILIA
BUENOS AIRES
MONTEVIDEO
–5
–5
–5
–4
–4
–4
–4
–3
–3
–3
–3
–3
80°W
77°W
74°W
67°W
68°W
71°W
61°W
43°W
47°W
48°W
58°W
56°W
75°
90°
60°
NO.
0°
15°
30°
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
13.
14.
16
14
. ...
. . .
.
.
.
. .
.
.
3
10
11
2
12
6
13
7
45°
17
8
9
.
5
1
CITY
45°
. .
60°
15
THE DIFFERENCE
FROM GMT FOR LONGITUDE LATITUDE
STANDARD TIME
AZORES
LONDON
DUBLIN
CASABLANCA
LISBON
PARIS
MILAN
ROME
MADRID
AMSTERDAM
HAMBURG
FRANKFURT
VIENNA
STOCKHOLM
–1
+0
+0
+0
+0
+1
+1
+1
+1
+1
+1
+1
+1
+1
25°W
0°E
6°W
8°W
9°W
2°E
9°E
12°E
4°W
5°E
10°E
9°E
16°E
18°E
38°N
51°N
53°N
34°N
39°N
49°N
45°N
42°N
40°N
52°N
54°N
50°N
48°N
59°N
4
Africa and Middle East
NO.
1
..
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
13.
14.
2
.
.
. . .. .
.
4
30°
10
5
6
15°
. .
14
11
7
15
.
.
.
13
12
8
16
0°
1
9
1
15°
30°
15°
0°
15°
.
3
30°
45°
60°
NO.
.
14
. .. .
. .. .
.. . .
..
.
1
45°
17
16
6 5 7
11
2
12
15
20
9 4
8
3
30°
15°
.
.. .
.
13
60°
75°
90°
..
18
19
0°
26
22
21
25
.
27
15°
30°
..
23
24
105° 120° 135° 150° 165° 180°
CITY
THE DIFFERENCE
FROM GMT FOR LONGITUDE LATITUDE
STANDARD TIME
BEIRUT
DAMASCUS
CAPE TOWN
KUWAIT
RIYADH
JEDDAH
ADEN
ADDIS ABABA
NAIROBI
DUBAI
ABU DHABI
MUSCAT
KARACHI
PRAIA
+2
+2
+2
+3
+3
+3
+3
+3
+3
+4
+4
+4
+5
–1
35°E
36°E
18°E
48°E
47°E
39°E
45°E
39°E
37°E
55°E
54°E
58°E
67°E
23°W
34°N
33°N
34°S
29°N
25°N
21°N
13°N
9°N
1°S
25°N
24°N
23°N
25°N
15°N
75°
Asia and South Pacific
10
THE DIFFERENCE
FROM GMT FOR LONGITUDE
STANDARD TIME
15. DALLAS/
FORT WORTH
16. NEW ORLEANS
17. WINNIPEG
18. MEXICO CITY
19. NEW YORK
20. MONTREAL
21. DETROIT
22. MIAMI
23. BOSTON
–6
–6
–6
–6
–5
–5
–5
–5
–5
97°W
90°W
97°W
99°W
74°W
74°W
83°W
80°W
71°W
LATITUDE
33°N
30°N
50°N
19°N
41°N
45°N
42°N
26°N
42°N
Add 1 hour to the difference time if DST
(Daylight Saving Time) is used. (EX. if difference
of standard time is +2, that of DST is +3.)
NO.
CITY
THE DIFFERENCE
FROM GMT FOR LONGITUDE
STANDARD TIME
LATITUDE
Add 1 hour to the difference time if DST
(Daylight Saving Time) is used. (EX. if difference
of standard time is +2, that of DST is +3.)
45°
Europe
15°
CITY
9°N
12°S
5°N
10°N
17°S
33°S
11°N
23°S
24°S
16°S
35°S
35°S
45°
105°
NO.
45°
165° 150°
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
13.
14.
15.
CITY
THE DIFFERENCE
FROM GMT FOR LONGITUDE LATITUDE
STANDARD TIME
DHAKA
BANGKOK
JAKARTA
PHNOM PENH
HANOI
VIENTIANE
HONG KONG
SINGAPORE
KUALA LUMPUR
BEIJING
TAIPEI
MANILA
PERTH
ULANBATOR
TOKYO
+6
+7
+7
+7
+7
+7
+8
+8
+8
+8
+8
+8
+8
+8
+9
90°E
100°E
107°E
105°E
106°E
103°E
114°E
104°E
102°E
116°E
122°E
121°E
116°E
107°E
140°E
24°N
14°N
6°S
12°N
21°N
18°N
22°N
1°N
3°N
40°N
25°N
15°N
32°N
48°N
36°N
NO.
CITY
THE DIFFERENCE
FROM GMT FOR LONGITUDE LATITUDE
STANDARD TIME
15. ATHENS
16. HELSINKI
17. ISTANBUL
+2
+2
+2
24°E
25°E
29°E
38°N
60°N
41°N
Add 1 hour to the difference time if DST
(Daylight Saving Time) is used. (EX. if difference
of standard time is +2, that of DST is +3.)
NO.
CITY
THE DIFFERENCE
FROM GMT FOR LONGITUDE LATITUDE
STANDARD TIME
15. DAKAR
16. ABIDJAN
+0
+0
17°W
4°W
15°N
5°N
Add 1 hour to the difference time if DST
(Daylight Saving Time) is used. (EX. if difference
of standard time is +2, that of DST is +3.)
NO.
16.
17.
18.
19.
20.
21.
22.
23.
24.
25.
26.
27.
CITY
THE DIFFERENCE
FROM GMT FOR LONGITUDE
STANDARD TIME
SEOUL
PYONGYANG
SYDNEY
MELBOURNE
GUAM
NOUMEA
PORT VILA
WELLINGTON
CHRISTCHURCH
NADI
NAURU ISLAND
PAPEETE
+9
+9
+10
+10
+10
+11
+11
+12
+12
+12
+12
–10
127°E
126°E
151°E
145°E
145°E
166°E
168°E
175°E
173°E
178°E
166°E
150°W
LATITUDE
38°N
39°N
34°S
38°S
13°N
22°S
18°S
41°S
43°S
18°S
1°S
18°S
Add 1 hour to the difference time if DST
(Daylight Saving Time) is used. (EX. if difference
of standard time is +2, that of DST is +3.)
2080-6
PRESET LOCATION CHART
■ Tokyo Bay
■ Guam
Baja California
■
■ Bahamas
■
Hawaiian Islands
■
Maldives
Great Barrier Reef
■
■
Mauritius
■ Christmas Island
Point name
■ Palau
GMT
differential
Lunar Tide
Interval
Longitude
Latitude
TOKYO
140° E
36° N
9
5:20
PALAU
134° E
7° N
9
7:30
GUAM
145° E
13° N
10
7:40
GBR
146° E
17° S
10
9:40
CHRISTMS
157° W
2° N
14
4:00
HAWAII
156° W
20° N
–10
4:00
BAJA CA
110° W
23° N
–7
8:40
BAHAMAS
77° W
25° N
–5
7:30
MAURITIS
57° E
20° S
4
0:50
MALDIVES
74° E
4° N
5
0:10
Display
TOKYO
PALAU
Point Name
Tokyo Bay
Palau
GUAM
GBR
CHRISTMS
HAWAII
BAJA CA
BAHAMAS
MAURITIS
MALDIVES
Guam
Great Barrier Reef
Christmas Island
Hawaiian Islands
Baja California
Bahamas
Mauritius
Maldives
Description
Area near Shibaura
Islands within the Caroline group in the West
Pacific
Largest of Mariana Islands in the West Pacific
Great Barrier Reef, Australia
Island in East Indian Ocean, west of Java
Waters of Kailua-Kona, Hawaii
Los Cabos, Baja California, Mexico
Bahamas Islands
Island in Southwest Indian Ocean
Islands in Indian Ocean
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