Casio 2196 Watch User Manual

Module No. 2196
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GETTING ACQUAINTED
Congratulations upon your selection of this CASIO Blood Pressure
Monitor Watch (BP-1B, Module No. 2196). To get the most out of your
purchase, be sure to carefully read this manual and keep it on hand for
later reference when necessary.
GENERAL GUIDE
Infrared port
Digital display
Sensor
Introduction
• The illustration below shows which buttons you need to press to
navigate between modes.
• In any mode (except for the Measurement Mode), press B to
illuminate the display.
Timekeeping Mode
Measurement Mode
Press D.
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Simply place your finger on the Watch’s
sensor for instant blood pressure readings
while on the go. Data can be stored in
memory, and you can set an alarm to
remind you to take a reading at a particular
time.
• For best results, read the section of this
manual titled “HOW THE WATCH
MEASURES BLOOD PRESSURE”
before actually trying to perform
measurements.
Press C.
This Watch measures blood pressure using a fingertip pulse wave
detection system. This means that the data produced by this Watch is
not actually a measurement of your blood pressure. Instead it represents
a value calculated using a blood pressure measurement taken using the
CASIO Digital Blood Pressure Monitor Base Unit (BP-1M), and data
measured by the Watch.
• All mentions of “the Watch” in this manual refer to the Blood Pressure
Monitor Watch (BP-1B, Module 2196). All mentions of “the Base Unit”
in this manual refer to the CASIO Cuff Type Digital Blood Pressure
Monitor (BP-1M).
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Read This Important Information!
Press C.
Press C.
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Recall Mode
Alarm Mode
Press C.
Warning!
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• Be sure to input your basic data before using this Watch for blood
pressure measurements. Also, you should update your basic data
periodically (about once a month). If another person uses this Watch,
basic data for that person must be input before measuring blood
pressure.
• Blood pressure constantly fluctuates. Any diagnosis based on
changes in blood pressure should be performed by qualified
physicians only.
• Individuals under treatment for heart ailments, on dialysis, on blood
pressure reduction medication, etc., and individuals wearing a
pacemaker should always make medical decisions under the advice of
his or her main physicians.
• In very rare cases, individuals with poor circulation or who possess
other physical characteristics may experience problems with achieving
proper readings with the Watch. Measurement may be impossible or
large measurement error may be caused if you are unable to hold
your finger steady on the Watch during measurement.
• Do not use a mobile phone or other device that emits radio waves in
the vicinity of this Watch while taking blood pressure readings. Do not
take blood pressure readings in the vicinity of a TV, microwave oven,
etc. Electrostatic noise can also make it impossible to achieve correct
blood pressure readings with this Watch.
• Do not take blood pressure readings with this Watch while riding in a
train, automobile, or other vehicle. Vibration and noise can make it
impossible to achieve correct blood pressure readings with this Watch.
• Never try to take this Watch apart or try to perform self-repair. Doing
so can lead to malfunction of the Watch and other serious problems.
• When the battery needs replacement, be sure to take the Watch to the
Store/Dealer where purchased.
TIMEKEEPING
Use the Timekeeping Mode to set and view
the current time and date.
Month – Day
Day of week
Year
To reset the seconds count to zero
1. In the Timekeeping Mode, hold down A
until the second digits start to flash,
which indicates the setting screen.
2. Press B to reset the seconds count to
00.
• Pressing B while the seconds count
is in the range of 30 to 59 resets the
Seconds
seconds to 00 and adds 1 to the
Hour : Minutes
minutes. In the range of 00 to 29, the
PM indicator
minutes count is unchanged.
3. Press A to exit the setting screen.
To set the time and date
1. In the Timekeeping Mode, hold down A
until the second digits start to flash,
which indicates the setting screen.
2. Press C to move the flashing in the
sequence shown below to select other
settings.
CASIO ASSUMES NO LIABILITY OR RESPONSIBILITY
WHATSOEVER FOR ANY DAMAGES, INCLUDING BUT WITHOUT
LIMITATION TO DAMAGES OR INJURIES RESULTING FROM
MATHEMATICAL OR BLOOD PRESSURE MEASUREMENT
INACCURACY OF THE WATCH OR THE LOSS OF STORED DATA.
Seconds
Hour
Minutes
About This Manual
• Button operations are indicated using the
letters shown in the illustration.
• Each section of this manual provides you
with the information you need to perform
operations in each mode. Further details
and technical information can be found in
the “REFERENCE” section.
12/24-Hour
Format
Day
Month
Year
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3. While a setting is flashing, press B to
increase it.
• When the 12/24-hour setting is
selected, press B to toggle between
12-hour (BCL) and 24-hour (C@L)
timekeeping.
4. Press A to exit the setting screen.
• The day of the week is automatically
displayed in accordance with the date
(year, month, and day) settings.
To input basic data
1. With your arm resting on a table or desk, attach the cuff of the Base
Unit to your arm and buckle the Watch to your wrist as shown below.
• The Watch should be on the outside of the left wrist.
Base Unit
Watch
Keep your arm bent at
an angle that is greater
than 90 degrees.
ALARM
Cuff
You can set a Daily Alarm that sounds at
the same time each day, while it is turned
on. You can also turn on an Hourly Time
Signal that causes the Watch to beep twice
every hour on the hour.
• All of the operations in this section are
performed in the Alarm Mode, which you
enter by pressing C.
Alarm time (Hour : Minutes)
To set the alarm time
1. In the Alarm Mode, hold down A until
the hour digits of the alarm time start to
flash, which indicates the setting screen.
• This automatically turns on the alarm.
2. Press C to move the flashing between
the hour and minutes.
3. While a setting is flashing, press B to
increase it.
• When setting the alarm time using the
12-hour format, take care to set the
time correctly as a.m. (no indicator) or
p.m. (P indicator).
4. Press A to exit the setting screen.
Alarm on indicator
Daily Alarm Operation
The alarm sounds at the preset time each day for about 20 seconds, or
until you stop it by pressing any button.
• Note that the alarm and Hourly Time Signal do not sound while the
Watch is in the Measurement Mode.
• Be sure to attach the Base Unit cuff to your left arm.
Position the cuff so
the air tube is
located at the top of
your biceps.
• The tube should
align approximately
with your middle
finger.
1 or 2 cm
Cuff
• Your left arm (which is wearing the Watch) should be resting on the
same table or desktop as the Base Unit. Your arm and shoulders
should be relaxed and free of tension.
Proper posture
Sit erect.
Poor posture
This posture puts pressure
on the abdomen.
2. Position the infrared ports of the Base Unit and the Watch as shown
in the illustration below.
5cm maximum
15° maximum
15° maximum
To test the alarm
1. In the Alarm Mode, hold down A until the hour digits of the alarm
time start to flash, which indicates the setting screen.
2. Hold down C to sound the alarm.
3. Press A to exit the setting screen.
To turn the Daily Alarm and Hourly Time Signal on and off
In the Alarm Mode, press A to cycle through the on and off settings as
shown below.
[Alarm On Indicator / Hourly Time Signal On Indicator]
Alarm On
Signal On
Alarm Off
Signal Off
Alarm On
Signal Off
Alarm Off
Signal On
Do not force your arm into an
abnormal position when aligning the
infrared ports. Put a cushion under
your arm if necessary, and try to
achieve a path between the ports that
is as straight and level as possible.
Important!
It takes a few moments after your blood pressure appears on the display
of the Base Unit before it is sent to the Watch. Be sure you keep your
finger on the Watch’s sensor and keep the infrared ports pointed each
other until the Watch beeps in step 5.
3. Turn on the Base Unit by pressing its ON/OFF button.
• The
indicator should flash on the Base Unit display to indicate
that it is standing by for measurement.
BASIC DATA
The Watch cannot calculate a blood pressure value until the person
using it first inputs some basic data.
4. On the Watch, press the D button and then immediately place your
right index finger on the Watch’s sensor.
Inputting Basic Data
Basic data is set using both the Watch and the Base Unit in combination.
Basic data is set by taking simultaneous pulse and blood pressure
readings with the Base Unit, and pulse wave and electric potential
readings with the Watch. Readings taken with the Base Unit are sent to
the Watch using infrared data communication. This means you should
have both the Watch and Base Unit on hand before starting the basic
data setting procedure.
• See the “BP-1M User’s Guide” for full details about using the Base
Unit.
Keep your finger on the Watch’s sensor
and keep the infrared ports aligned until
the Watch beeps in step 5.
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4 to 5 seconds
later
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• When you press D, the message
appears on the
display of the Watch, indicating the Measurement Mode. The
message starts to flash after about six or seven
seconds. Make sure you place your finger onto the sensor before
the flashing starts.
• A few seconds after you place your finger onto the sensor, the
Base Unit starts to inflate the cuff, so you should feel it tighten on
your arm. This means that blood pressure measurement has
started. At the same time, the display of the Watch shows a
indicator and a scrolling waveform as pulse wave and
flashing
electric potential detection starts.
5. After the readings on the Base Unit and Watch are complete, the
Base Unit sends blood pressure data to the Watch. The basic data
setting procedure is complete when the Watch beeps and displays
blood pressure values.
Systolic blood
pressure
Pulse rate
Diastolic blood
pressure
Note
• It takes about four or five seconds for the Base Unit to send the data
to the Watch after Base Unit and Watch readings are complete. Do
not move your arm until the Watch beeps and displays the blood
pressure values, which indicates that the data send operation is
complete. Make sure you keep the infrared ports of the Base Unit and
the Watch pointed at each other until the data send operation is
complete.
message on the display of the Watch indicates that
• The
measurement by the watch is complete, and the Watch is standing by
for data to be sent from the Base Unit. A data communication error
occurs (indicated by the message
on the Watch display) if
the Watch does not receive any data within about 90 seconds after
appears.
• Remember that your physical condition is constantly changing.
Because of this, you should update your basic data periodically (about
once a month). Also, the basic data must be changed whenever a
different person uses the Watch.
• Inputting basic data replaces any existing basic data currently in
Watch memory. Note that the pulse rate, and systolic and diastolic
blood pressure values that make up the basic data is stored in Watch
memory, just as readings taken with the Watch are.
• To return to the Timekeeping Mode, press C.
Error Messages When Setting Basic Data
The error messages listed below can
appear in the upper display area of the
Watch during the basic data setting
procedure. If a message appears,
determine the cause and take the
necessary action to correct the problem.
• Be sure to take breaks between basic
data setting sessions. Pressure from the
Base Unit cuff can cut off circulation in
your arm and cause incorrect readings. If
you need to restart a basic data setting
procedure for some reason, be sure to
remove the cuff and allow some time to
pass before restarting.
Message
Cause
Action
A pulse wave cannot be
detected because you are
pressing down on the sensor
too hard, your fingertip is
cold, etc.
Apply less pressure with your
finger. If your fingertip is cold,
warm it up.
Electric potential cannot be
detected because your
fingertip is too dry.
Moisten your fingertip slightly.
Make sure you do not make
your fingertip too wet.
A reading is impossible
because you are moving your
fingertip or there is too much
light.
Do not move your finger while
a reading is in progress.
Avoid taking readings in area
exposed to direct sunlight.
may also appear
if your fingertip is cold or dry.
See the explanations for
and
for
information about what you
should do.
The Base Unit cannot be
found.
Make sure the infrared ports
of the Base Unit and the
Watch are oriented correctly.
The Watch and Base Unit
may be too far apart or an
error may have occurred on
the Base Unit.
Do not move the Watch while
Basic Data setting is in
progress.
See the Base Unit’s manual
for information about what to
do in case of Base Unit error.
When the
message appears on the Watch, keep the
infrared ports of the Watch and Base Unit facing each other.
Press the Watch’s D button, place your finger on the sensor,
and try taking a reading again. After measurements are
complete, the Base Unit sends data to the Watch, and the
basic data setting procedure is complete. Note that when the
message appears, the cuff of the Base Unit does
not inflate (does not tighten on your arm) when you press the
D button.
Watch battery power is low.
Have the battery replaced as
soon as possible. Contact the
Store/Dealer where
purchased about battery
replacement.
• See “Tips on Placing Your Finger on the Sensor” for information about
how to position your finger.
BLOOD PRESSURE MEASUREMENTS
In order to get a reasonably accurate idea of changes in your blood
pressure from day to day, we recommend that you take measurements
under the same conditions (same time, same environment, etc.) each
day.
Important!
• Remember that you have to input basic data before you can use the
Watch for blood pressure measurements. Once you set your basic
data, you can take blood pressure measurements using the
procedures described below.
• You should use the same finger for blood pressure and pulse
measurements that you used when setting your basic data. Otherwise,
measured data may be wrong.
• This Watch automatically stores measured values, along with the
current time and date in memory. Be sure to set the time and date
before taking measurements.
• When using the Watch to take a blood pressure reading, turn off the
Base Unit and keep it away from the Watch.
Rest your arm on a table and do not
move it. Keep your arm and
shoulders relaxed and tension free.
Extend your finger slightly
and keep it relaxed.
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1. Strap the Watch onto your left wrist.
2. Press D to enter the Measurement
Mode.
3. As shown in the illustration, lightly place
a finger of your right hand onto the
sensor.
message starts to
• The
flash after about six or seven
seconds. Make sure you place your
finger onto the sensor before the
flashing starts.
After placing your finger on
the sensor, do not move it • After a few moments, the display
should change to show a
indicator
until measurement is
flashing and a waveform scrolling
complete.
across the upper part of the display.
This indicates that your pulse and
blood pressure are being measured.
BLOOD PRESSURE MEASUREMENT DATA
MEMORY
You can store up to 30 measurement data records in memory. Each
record includes the pulse rate, systolic blood pressure and diastolic
blood pressure, and the month, day, day of the week, and the time that
the measurement was taken. If memory is already full when you perform
the measurement procedure, the oldest record is deleted to make room
for the new data. You can also recall and manually delete all records
using the procedures described below.
• You can use copies of the “BLOOD PRESSURE RECORD” at the
back of this manual to keep track of changes in your blood pressure
and pulse measurements.
Recalling Measurement Data
Use the Recall Mode to recall measurement data.
To recall measurement data
1. In the Timekeeping Mode, press C to enter the Recall Mode.
2. Each press of A scrolls through records, from the newest to the
oldest.
Day of week Month – Day Time (Hour : Minutes)
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To measure blood pressure and pulse
Pulse
rate
Blood Pressure Reading Error Messages
The messages below appear in the upper part of the Watch display
when a problem occurs during the blood pressure reading procedure.
When this happens, determine the cause of the problem and take the
necessary action to correct it.
Message
Cause
Action
A pulse wave cannot be
detected because you are
pressing down on the sensor
too hard, your finger tip is
cold, etc.
Apply less pressure with your
finger. If your finger tip is
cold, warm it up.
Electric potential cannot be
detected because your finger
tip is too dry.
Moisten your fingertip slightly.
Make sure you do not make
your fingertip too wet.
A reading is impossible
because you are moving your
fingertip or there is too much
light.
Do not move your finger while
a reading is in progress.
Avoid taking readings in area
exposed to direct sunlight.
may also appear
if your fingertip is cold or dry.
See the explanations for
and
for
information about what you
should do.
There is no basic data set on
the Watch.
Use the procedure under
“Inputting Basic Data” to input
the required basic data.
Watch battery power is low.
Have the battery replaced as
soon as possible. Contact the
Store/Dealer where
purchased about battery
replacement.
• See “Tips on Placing Your Finger on the Sensor” for information about
how to position your finger.
Number of
records stored
Systolic blood
pressure
Diastolic blood
pressure
• To return to the Timekeeping Mode, press C twice.
Clearing Watch Memory Data
Use the Recall Mode to clear Watch memory data. Note that the
procedure below clears all data stored in Watch memory, including
measurement records and basic data. This means you will have to reinput basic data before performing another blood pressure operation.
To clear Watch memory data
1. In the Timekeeping Mode, press C to enter the Recall Mode.
2. Hold down A for about five or six seconds until the number of
records value on the display reaches zero.
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4. When the measurement is complete, the
Watch beeps, and then shows your
pulse, systolic blood pressure, and
diastolic blood pressure on the display.
• If you want to take another
measurement, press D and continue
from step 3, above.
• When a reading is successful, the
data is stored in memory.
• To return to the Timekeeping Mode,
press C.
Number of
records stored
• The message
appears on the display after you hold
down A for about two or three seconds. Keep A depressed at
this time. If you don’t, all of the records in memory will not be
cleared.
• To return to the Timekeeping Mode, press C twice.
HOW THE WATCH MEASURES BLOOD
PRESSURE
This part of the manual describes the internal workings of the Watch in
detail. It also contains information you might find helpful in taking
measurements correctly.
Blood Pressure Readings without Applying Pressure
Basic Operating Principles
It is a known fact that a strong correlation exists between pulse wave
velocity and changes in blood pressure at the upper arm.
This Watch uses this fact to estimate blood pressure based on pulse
wave transit time.
This means that unlike the Base Unit or other upper arm type blood
pressure monitors, this Watch does not require that pressure be applied
each time reading is taken.
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Blood pressure value
Fast pulse wave velocity
High blood pressure
Slow pulse wave velocity
Low blood pressure
Setting basic data
High blood
pressure
Blood
pressure
(input)
Low blood
pressure
Reading by Watch
Determine
relationship
Blood
pressure
(calculated)
Pulse wave
transit time
(detected)
Velocity
Slow
Fast
= Takes = Takes
longer
less time
Operating principle of
standard blood pressure
measurement
Inflation of
cuff on upper
arm
Detection of
pressure by sensor
Blood
pressure
value
Operating principle of
this Watch
Pulse wave
transit time
measurement
Substituted in formula
for estimating blood
pressure
Blood
pressure
value
Pulse Wave Velocity
The change in blood vessel volume over time caused when the heart
contracts is called a “pulse wave” (or “volume wave”). The time it takes
for the pulse wave to reach a particular part of the body is the “pulse
wave transit time (PWTT),” and the speed that the pulse travels is called
the “pulse wave velocity.”
This watch measures the pulse wave transit time at the tip of a finger
placed on a sensor, and uses this information to estimate blood pressure.
Pulse Wave Transit Time (PWTT) measurement
Though the procedures in this manual refer to a single sensor on the
front of the Watch, there are actually three sensors that provide the data
required to calculate blood pressure as described below.
The Watch’s electro-potential sensor (the Watch’s sensor where you
place your finger is the negative terminal while the back of the watch in
contact with your wrist is the positive terminal) detects the electrical
signals generated right about the time the heart contracts. This electrical
signal is the starting point of the pulse wave transit time. The Watch
calculates the time between the electrical signal generated by the
heartbeat and detection of the pulse wave at the fingertip placed on the
Watch’s sensor to determine the pulse wave transit time.
Calculate
blood
pressure
Pulse wave
transit time
(detected)
Note
• It is important to remember that correct blood pressure measurements
are impossible unless you correctly set your basic data.
• The message
on the display of the Watch indicates that
there is no basic data in the Watch’s memory. You cannot use the
Watch to take blood pressure readings while this message is on the
display.
• The Base Unit is required in order to set basic data.
When to use the Watch
This Watch calculates blood pressure values based on pulse wave
transit time, so there is no need to apply pressure to the upper arm. This
means that blood pressure readings can be taken quickly and easily,
without the need for complex equipment or procedures. The compact
watch-type configuration means you can take it along just about
anywhere.
It should be noted that the Watch does not actually measure blood
pressure, but rather it calculates an estimated blood pressure value.
Because of this, there is some element of error in the readings produced
by the Watch. The chance of error is increased by your personal
physical properties and by the environment where you are taking a
reading.
Be sure to use the Base Unit whenever you need accurate measurement
of your blood pressure. Use the Watch when you are out and need to
have a general idea of your current blood pressure.
When is the best time to set basic data?
Set basic data in a quiet place, while you
are physically and emotionally relaxed.
Example: Before breakfast, after rising
Important!
Individuals on blood pressure reduction
medication may experience large errors in
blood pressure readings. Consult your
physician if you have any doubts about the
readings produced by this Watch.
Pulse Wave Transit Time
Electropotential
Tips on Placing Your Finger on the Sensor
Pulse
Wave
Time
Side
Photosensor*1
Electro-potential
sensor – *2
Electropotential
sensor + *3
The Watch uses the data detected through its sensors to calculate blood
pressure. If it cannot pick up data through the sensors, an error message
appears on the display. Note the following points if you experience
problems with measurements.
• For details about error messages, see “Error Messages When Setting
Basic Data”, and “Blood Pressure Reading Error Messages”.
Be sure to wear the Watch on your left wrist.
The back of the Watch is designed to act as a sensor, and it must be in
close contact with your left wrist.
*1 This sensor detects when a pulse wave reaches your fingertip.
*2 This sensor is the negative ( – ) electrode used for detecting
differences in the body’s electro-potential.
*3 The entire back of the Watch acts as a positive ( + ) electrode, which
is used for detecting differences in the body’s electro-potential.
Left wrist
Electro-potential
sensor –
Why is basic data necessary?
Though pulse wave velocity and blood pressure are roughly proportional,
there tend to be slight differences from person to person. Because of
this, the relationship between the measured blood pressure value and
the pulse wave velocity of the particular individual for whom blood
pressure readings are to be taken must be measured (using the Base
Unit) and sent to the Watch so it knows what allowances need to be
made for that individual. This relationship, which is different for each
person, is called “basic data.” The Watch must have correct basic data
(measured pulse wave velocity data) in order to calculate proportional
blood pressure values.
Electro-potential
sensor +
Finger Placement
Place your finger on the sensors (photo
sensor and electro-potential sensor) as
shown in the illustration.
No matter how you place your finger on the
sensors, you should use the same finger for
blood pressure and pulse measurements
that you used when setting your basic data.
Otherwise, measured data may be wrong.
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Correct
Place your finger on the sensor so that the
pad of the finger (not the fingertip) is
covering the photosensor. If your fingernail
turns white, it means you are pressing too
hard. Your fingertip should be resting lightly
on the sensor so it is just brushing against
the photosensor lens.
• The year can be set in the range of 2000 to 2039.
• The Watch’s built-in full automatic calendar automatically makes
allowances for different month lengths and leap years. Once you set
the date, there should be no reason to change it except after you have
the Watch’s battery replaced.
12-hour/24-hour Timekeeping Formats
Incorrect
Finger too upright.
Timekeeping
Finger too far back on
the photosensor.
Finger too far
forward on the
photosensor.
Tips on Taking Measurements
Use the following techniques to ensure correct blood pressure
measurements every time.
• When you are out of breath, your finger may move and cause
problems with taking measurements. Wait for about five minutes
before taking measurements.
• Once you start the measurement procedure, place your finger on the
sensors as soon as possible.
• During measurements, keep still and do not talk.
• You should not be wearing a ring or any other object that restricts
normal blood flow on the finger you place on the sensor.
• Avoid bright light when taking measurements.
• Do not take measurements near a TV or motor.
Important!
The following factors may make it difficult or even impossible to achieve
good blood pressure readings with the Watch.
• Severe arrhythmia
Pulse waves are unstable, so they cannot be detected properly by the
photosensor.
• Arteriosclerosis or other circulatory problems
Circulation at the fingertips is bad, so the photosensor cannot detect
pulse waves.
• Thick fingertip skin
Thick skin impedes the passage of light through the fingertip. This
makes it hard for the photosensor to take readings.
• Hairy arms
Electrical potential cannot be accurately measured unless the back
cover’s electro-potential sensor ( + ) is in close contact with the skin.
Try taking the measurement in a place where close skin contact can
be maintained.
You can also try moving the Watch to it is on the inside of your left
wrist.
REFERENCE
This section contains more detailed and technical information about
Watch operation. It also contains important precautions and notes about
the various features and functions of this Watch.
Auto Return Features
• If you leave the Watch in the Measurement Mode and Recall Mode for
five to six minutes without performing any operation, the Watch
automatically returns to the Timekeeping Mode.
• If you leave a screen with flashing digits on the display for two or three
minutes without performing any operation, the Watch automatically
saves anything you have input up to that point and exits the setting
screen.
Data and Setting Scrolling
The B button is used to scroll through setting screen data on the
display. In most cases, holding down this button during a scroll operation
scrolls through the data at high speed.
The 12-hour/24-hour timekeeping format you select in the Timekeeping
Mode is also applied in all modes.
• With the 12-hour format, the P (PM) indicator appears to the left of the
hour digits for times in the range of noon to 11:59 p.m. and no
indicator appears to the left of the hour digits for times in the range of
midnight to 11:59 a.m.
• With the 24-hour format, times are displayed in the range of 0:00 to
23:59, with 24 indicator.
Backlight Precautions
In any mode (except for the Measurement Mode), press B to illuminate
the display for about one second.
• The electro-luminescent panel that provides illumination loses power
after very long use.
• The illumination provided by the backlight may be hard to see when
viewed under direct sunlight.
• The Watch may emit an audible sound whenever the display is
illuminated. This is due to vibration of the EL panel used for
illumination, and does not indicate malfunction.
• The backlight automatically turns off whenever an alarm sounds.
• Frequent use of the backlight shortens the battery life.
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• Make extra copies for future use
Basic Data Setting
BLOOD PRESSURE
RECORD
Name:
Date
Time
Date:
BLOOD PRESSURE
Notes:
Example
250
240
230
220
210
200
190
180
170
160
150
140
130
120
110
100
90
80
70
60
50
40
Pulse
Systolic
Values
Diastolic
Values
Notes
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
Date---
Time---
Systolic---
Diastolic---
Pulse---
9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31