Casio 3356 Watch User Manual

Operation Guide 3311/3356
MA0406-EA
Modes and Display Screens
Each press of the C button sounds a confirmation tone and cycles through available modes in the sequence shown below.
• The display will automatically revert to the Timekeeping screen if you leave the Battery Level, Alarm, or Hand Setting screen displayed
without performing any operation for about two or three minutes.
Battery Level Screen
Timekeeping Mode
World Time Mode
❚ Changing Display Screen Contents
Each press of the
shown below.
Hour Hand
City Code
button cycles digital display contents in the sequence
Day of the Week
Day
2-second
interval
Or
Calendar Screen
Minute Hand
Alarm Mode
Alarm
Number
Day of the Week
(Light)
Or
Button
Button
• For more information, see “To configure digital settings”.
Button
Button
Current Time Screen
Seconds Screen
Hand Setting Mode
Second Hand
Stopwatch Mode
Mode Indicator
Hour
Digital Display
Minutes
PM indicator
(no indicator for AM)
Mode
Indicator
Seconds
Receive Icon
(Indicates time calibration
signal reception was
successful.)
Days of the Week
SU: Sunday
TH: Thursday
MO: Monday
FR: Friday
TU: Tuesday
SA: Saturday
WE: Wednesday
Power Supply
The power supply of this watch uses a solar cell to generate
electrical power, which is stored by a rechargeable battery. Using
or storing the watch where it is not regularly exposed to light, or
allowing it to be blocked from light by your sleeve for long periods
as you are wearing it can cause the power of the rechargeable
battery to run down. To ensure stable operation, be sure to allow
the watch to be exposed to light as much as possible when you
are wearing or storing it.
Level 1
Level 2
Normal operation enabled.
Level 3
Signal reception, tones (alarms,
hourly time signal), display
illumination, digital display, and
analog timekeeping disabled.
Important!
Note that all data in memory and all settings are cleared whenever
you allow the level of the rechargeable battery to drop to Level 4.
Normal operation enabled.
❚ Checking the Battery Level
Use the Battery Level Screen to check the current level of the
watch’s rechargeable battery.
• In the Timekeeping Mode, press the C button once to change to
the Battery Level Screen.
Timekeeping Mode
Battery Level Screen
Or
Example: Day of the Week
Level 4
All functions, including
timekeeping, disabled.
• Exposing the watch to direct sunlight or other strong light may
cause the battery level indicator to momentarily indicate a level
that is higher than the actual battery level. Because of this, you
should wait for a short while after charging to check the battery
level indicator.
• Alarms and the hourly time signal cannot be turned on, and signal
reception is disabled while the battery is at Level 3.
• Signal reception will become enabled again when the battery is
recharged up to Level 2.
• Even after the battery drops to Level 4, watch operation will
resume as soon as charging starts. However, you should wait until
the digital display operation resumes before setting the time and
date.
❚ Start charging at Level 3!
❚ Charging Precautions
Battery Level 3 indicates that remaining battery power is very low.
Be sure to expose the watch to light for recharging as soon as
possible after the Level 3 indicator starts to flash.
Avoid charging the watch in the following locations, and anywhere
else where the watch may become very hot.
• On the dashboard of an automobile parked in the sun
• Very close to an incandescent light source or other sources of
heat
• In a location exposed to direct sunlight for long periods
Note that the display panel may become black under very high
temperatures. This is temporary, and the display will appear
normal again at lower temperatures.
❚ Flashing Recover Indicator
If you use the light or alarms a number of times during a short
period, a recover (R) indicator flashes on the display and the
following operations become disabled as battery power recovers.
•
•
•
•
Display illumination
Alarm and hourly time signal
Analog timekeeping
Time calibration signal reception
Recover (R) Indicator
Depending on the light source you are using, the
case of the watch may become quite hot during
charging. Take care to guard against burn injury after
charging.
Normal operation will return after the
battery recovers.
❚ To charge the battery
Point the solar panel (face) of the watch at a light source.
• Remember that even a partial blockage of the solar cell reduces
charging efficiency.
Example: Positioning the watch
Solar Cell
• The illustration shows the resin band model.
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❚ Charging Guide
Required Daily Charging Time
Starting from a full charge, the watch
should be able to continue operating
for about five months without further
charging under the conditions
described below.
Daily Use (All time values are
approximate.)
• Display Illumination:
1.5 seconds
• Alarms: 10 seconds
• Signal reception: 5 times
Making sure the watch is regularly
exposed to light ensures stable
operation.
Power Saving
• The following is the daily
amount of charging required
each day to support the
operations under “Daily Use”.
The Power Saving feature of the watch is turned on at the factory.
• Power Saving causes the watch to automatically enter a sleep state and save power whenever the watch is left in the dark.
• Note that the watch may also enter the sleep state if the watch is blocked from light by your sleeve.
Exposure Level Approximate
Exposure
(Brightness)
Time
Outdoor Sunlight
5 minutes
(50,000 lux)
Sunlight Through
a Window
24 minutes
(10,000 lux)
Daylight Through a
Window on an Overcast 48 minutes
Day (5,000 lux)
Indoor
Fluorescent
8 hours
Lighting (500 lux)
Approximate Exposure Time
Level 4 \ Level 3 \ Level 2 \ Level 1
Outdoor Sunlight
(50,000 lux)
1 hour
10 hours
5 hours
Sunlight Through a
Window (10,000 lux)
4 hours
48 hours
22 hours
Daylight Through a
Window on an Overcast
Day (5,000 lux)
8 hours
99 hours
46 hours
Indoor Fluorescent
Lighting (500 lux)
76 hours
–––
–––
❚ To recover from the sleep state
Display sleep state
The display sleep state is triggered whenever the watch is left in
the dark for three or four days.
• The display sleep state causes the display to go blank, except for a
flashing Power Saving indicator. Alarms and the hourly time signal
continue to operate normally while the watch is in the display sleep
state. Even when the watch is in the display sleep state, digitalanalog time coordination and auto signal receive are both performed.
Move the watch to a brightly lit location or press any button.
• It can take up to two seconds before display figures re-appear
after you place the watch in a well-lit area.
Function sleep state
The function sleep state is triggered whenever the watch is left in
the dark for four days.
• Alarms and the hourly time signal are also disabled while the
watch is in the function sleep state. In the function sleep state,
analog timekeeping is disabled, and auto signal receive is not
performed.
• Digital timekeeping functions continue to operate normally in the
function sleep state.
• Charge Times Required to Advance to a Higher Level
Exposure Level
(Brightness)
❚ How the sleep state works
❚ To turn Power Saving on and off
Use the procedure under “To configure digital settings” to turn
Power Saving on or off.
Leaving the watch in a drawer or anywhere else it is dark can
cause Power Saving to trigger in order to conserve battery
power.
Power Saving
Indicator
• Note that the above charging times are for reference only. Actual
charging time depends on a variety of environmental factors.
3.
Display Illumination
Pressing the B button in any mode illuminates the digital display
for easy reading.
❚ To specify the illumination duration
1.
In the Timekeeping Mode
hold down the A button
for about two seconds.
Timekeeping Mode
• This will display the
transmitter selection mode
setting screen and cause the
second hand to move to the
12 o’clock position.
Press the B button to
select the display
illumination duration you
want.
1.5 seconds
(Toggle)
• Each press of the B button
toggles the display
illumination duration between
1.5 seconds and 2.5 seconds.
An indicator on the display
shows which setting is
currently selected.
2.5 seconds
You can specify 1.5 seconds or 2.5 seconds as the duration of
display illumination.
4.
AT (Auto Switching)
2.
Press the A button once
and then press the C
button.
• This causes the seconds
count to flash on the display.
When the setting is the
way you want, press the
A button.
• This will exit the setting
screen and return to the
Timekeeping Mode screen.
Also, the second hand will
move automatically to the
current second, as kept by
digital timekeeping.
• The display also will exit the
setting screen automatically if
you do not perform any
operation for about two or
three minutes.
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How a Radio-controlled Watch Works
What is a radio-controlled watch?
Calibration Signal
Your radio-controlled watch is designed to receive a time
calibration signal that contains standard time data, and adjust its
current time setting accordingly.
• The Japanese calibration signal (Call Sign: JJY) is maintained by
the National Institute of Information and Communications
Technology (NICT). It is a long wave signal transmitted 24 hours a
day from the Mt. Otakadoya transmitter (40kHz) located in
Tamura-gun, Fukushima Prefecture, and from the Mt. Hagane
transmitter (60kHz) located on the border between Saga
Prefecture and Fukuoka Prefecture.
• The U.S. calibration signal (Call Sign: WWVB) is transmitted by
the National Institute of Standards and technology from Fort
Collins, Colorado.
Transmitter
Long-wave time
calibration signal
Signal is received
using built-in antenna.
Watch decodes
received data and
converts it to time
data.
Signal data
Decode
Cesium
atomic clock
Time data
Watch
Internally
Note that transmission of the standard wave may be
interrupted occasionally due to maintenance, lightening, etc.
Time is adjusted
according to time
data.
Reception Range
This watch is designed to receive the standard time calibration signal of Japan (JJY) or of the United States (WWVB). The signal that is
received depends on the current Home City setting.
• For information about selecting a Home City, see “Selecting Your Home City”. For information about city codes, see the “World Time City
Code List”.
Home City
Transmitter
Either the Mt. Otakadoya signal (40kHz) or the Mt. Hagane signal (60kHz)
TYO
Fort Collins, Colorado signal
LAX, DEN, CHI, NYC
Japan Transmitter
Locations
1000km
U.S. Transmitter
Location
3000km
500km
500km
Mt. Hagane
(60kHz)
Mt. Otakadoya
(40kHz)
1000km
Fort Collins
1000km
After the watch receives the Standard Time signal, it performs
internal calculations to determine the current time. Because of
this, there may be an error of up to one second in the
displayed time.
• Under optimum conditions, the calibration signal should be
receivable up to 1,000 kilometers from the transmitter. Note
that the wave is relatively weak at distances greater than
500km, so reception may be poor at long distances.
• Under optimum conditions, the calibration signal should be
receivable up to 3,000 kilometers from the transmitter. Note
that the wave is relatively weak at distances greater than
1,000km, so reception may be poor at long distances.
• Geographic contours, nearby buildings, seasonal conditions, the time of day, can even make reception impossible even when you are within
range of the transmitter.
• Best reception is possible late at night.
Location
Receiving the Calibration Signal
❚ Time Required for Reception
❚ Receive Icon
Reception is difficult and may even be impossible in the locations
described below. Avoid such locations when performing signal
reception.
• You should think of your watch operating like a radio or TV when it
is receiving the calibration signal.
There are two methods you can use to receive the time calibration
signal.
• Auto receive (Reception is performed automatically at
midnight, 1:00, 2:00, 3:00 and 4:00 each morning.)
• Manual receive (You initiate reception using a button operation.)
• If reception is not successful for any of the normal auto receive
operations shown above, auto receive is performed one more
time at 5:00 a.m.
• The watch is set up for auto receive at the factory, so all you need to
do is to place it in a location that allows good reception each night.
A calibration signal receive operation takes anywhere from about
two to six minutes.
• Note that when “AT” (Auto Select) is specified as the transmitter
selection mode, signal reception can take up to 12 minutes.
• See “Configuring Transmitter Selection Mode Settings” for more
information.
The receive icon cycles from “Unstable”
through “Stable” as shown below while
reception is in progress. How far it cycles
depends on the signal strength. Keep
the watch in a location where reception
is stable while reception is in progress.
Among or near buildings
Near high-voltage lines
❚ To position the watch for optimum reception
Remove the watch from your wrist and place it somewhere so its
top (12 o’clock side, where the antenna is located) is facing
approximately in the direction of the signal transmitter. Keep the
watch away from metal objects.
Inside a vehicle
(automobile, train, plane, etc.)
In a location where there is
radio interference
(construction site, airport, etc.)
Next to a household
appliance or office equipment
(TV, speaker, fax, computer,
cell phone, etc.)
In the Timekeeping Mode, hold
down the D button for about
two seconds.
• The watch will beep and
reception will start. An indicator
flashes on the display and the
while
receive icon changes to
signal reception is in progress.
Press the D button.
Near mountains
If you are experiencing problems with reception, move away
from the types of locations described above to a location with
better reception, and try again.
❚ To perform manual receive
❚ To interrupt reception
Resin band
Metal band
• Orienting the watch so it is sideways to the transmitter makes it
more difficult to receive the signal.
• Do not move the watch while it is receiving the calibration signal.
Receive Icon
• All other buttons besides D are disabled during signal reception.
When reception is successful
The watch terminates reception and adjusts the current time. Next it beeps
and then displays the date and time that the adjustment was performed.
• At this time, the second hand will adjust automatically to the digital time.
• After the date and time of the adjustment appear on the display,
press the D button to return to the Timekeeping Mode. The
watch will also return to the Timekeeping Mode automatically if
you do not perform any operation for about one or two minutes.
Reception Error (ERR Indicator)
The watch does not adjust its current time setting, and displays
“ERR” when signal reception is unsuccessful for some reason.
• The watch will return to the Timekeeping Mode automatically if
you do not perform any operation for about one or two minutes.
Unstable
Stable
• Even under optimum reception conditions, it can take about 10
seconds for reception to stabilize.
• Use the receive icon to check reception status and to
determine the best location for signal reception.
• Note that weather, the time of day, surroundings, and other
factors can all affect reception.
❚ Analog Hands and Signal Reception
Second Hand
The second hand moves to the 12 o’clock position when signal
reception starts.
• It resumes normal movement after reception is complete.
• Pressing a button to stop reception causes the second hand to
move to the seconds count as kept by digital timekeeping, and
resume normal operation.
Hour and Minute Hands
These hands continue to operate normally.
Note that the second hand does not move while signal
reception is in progress.
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❚ To view the last reception date and time
In the Timekeeping Mode, press the D button.
• This causes the display to start cycling between the date, time,
and receive icon screens at two-second intervals.
• To return to the Timekeeping Mode, press the D button again.
• The watch will return to the Timekeeping Mode automatically if
you do not perform any operation for about one or two minutes.
About two
seconds
About two
seconds
About two
seconds
Signal Reception Settings
❚ Selecting Your Home City
• Home City
Specify the city code of your “Home City”, which is the location
where you will normally use the watch.
• Summer Time (Daylight Saving Time)
Use this setting to specify whether summer time (Daylight Saving
Time) settings should be made automatically by the watch.
• Auto Receive
This setting is used to select either auto receive or manual
receive.
• Transmitter Selection Mode
This setting is used to specify which transmitter’s signal should be
used for time calibration in Japan.
• Auto receive can be selected only when TYO, LAX, DEN, CHI, or
NYC is currently selected as the Home City.
The initial factory default configuration of signal reception settings
are shown below. You do not need to change these settings if you
use the watch in Japan.
• Check the signal reception settings whenever you have problems
with signal reception or when the time setting produced by signal
reception is incorrect.
Note that time calibration signal reception is performed only when one of the city codes shown below is selected as the Home City.
• Select TYO (Tokyo) as your Home City if you plan to use the watch in Japan.
Home City
Summer Time
TYO
A
Tokyo
Home City
ON
On
Transmitter
AT
Auto Japan transmitter select
(40kHz/ 60kHz)
Either the Mt. Otakadoya signal (40kHz) or the Mt. Hagane signal (60kHz)
TYO
Fort Collins, Colorado signal
LAX, DEN, CHI, NYC
1.
Timekeeping Mode
In the Timekeeping Mode,
hold down the A button
for about two seconds.
2.
• This will display the
transmitter selection mode
setting screen and cause the
second hand to move to the
12 o’clock position.
Auto switching in accordance with
signal data
Auto Receive
Transmitter
When the city code you
want is displayed, press
the A button twice.
• This will exit the setting
screen and return to the
Timekeeping Mode screen.
Also, the second hand will
move automatically to the
current second, as kept by
digital timekeeping.
• The display also will exit the
setting screen automatically if
you do not perform any
operation for about two or
three minutes.
(Twice)
❚ Configuring Summer Time (Daylight
Saving Time) Settings
• When using this watch in Japan, it is recommended that you use
the “A” (Auto) summer time setting.
1.
In the Timekeeping Mode
hold down the A button
for about two seconds.
Timekeeping Mode
(Moves Flashing) (Changes Setting)
2.
DST Indicator
Press the C button twice
to select the Summer Time
setting.
• This will cause the current
DST setting to flash on the
display.
• The example screen shows
the auto A setting.
3.
(Scrolls Forward)
• Turning on summer time (ON)
causes the current time
setting to advance one hour.
OF
(Changes Setting)
ON
This setting enables the auto summer time setting, which
turns summer time on or off in accordance with the received
time calibration signal.
• This setting uses Japan summer time data when TYO is
selected as the Home City, and U.S. summer time data
when NYC, CHI, DEN, or LAX is selected as the Home
City.
• Note that “A” can be selected only when TYO, LAX, DEN,
CHI, or NYC is selected as the Home City.
Use the D (+) and B (–)
buttons to scroll through
the city codes until the
one you want to select is
displayed.
(Forward)
• Holding down either button
scrolls at high speed.
• See the “World Time City
Code List” for information
about city codes.
4.
Press the D button to
cycle through the summer
time settings in the
sequence shown below.
• A (AUTO)
(Displays/Exits Setting Screen)
(Back)
3.
A
• This will display the
transmitter selection mode
setting screen and cause the
second hand to move to the
12 o’clock position.
• This causes the currently
selected city code to flash on
the screen.
• Example shows Tokyo city
code (TYO).
(Displays/Exits Setting Screen) (Scrolls Back)
(Moves Flashing)
4.
Press the C button once
to select the Home City
setting.
When the summer time
setting is the way you
want, press the A button
twice.
(Twice)
• This will exit the setting
screen and return to the
Timekeeping Mode screen.
Also, the second hand will
move automatically to the
current second, as kept by
digital timekeeping.
• The display also will exit the
setting screen automatically if
you do not perform any
operation for about two or
three minutes.
Summer time, or Daylight Saving Time (DST) as it is known in
some countries, calls for setting clocks ahead one hour during
the summer season. Note that the use of summer time
depends on the country and even the local area.
• OF (OFF)
This setting turns off summer time and returns to normal
timekeeping.
• ON
(Twice)
This setting turns on summer time and advances the current
time by one hour.
• The DST indicator appears on the display while summer
time is turned on.
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❚ Configuring Auto Receive Settings
❚ Configuring Transmitter Selection Mode Settings
Auto receive settings can be configured only when TYO, LAX, DEN, CHI, or NYC is selected as the Home City.
• When using this watch in Japan, it is recommended that you use the “ON” summer time setting.
Note that the transmitter selection mode setting can be configured only when TYO is selected as the Home City.
• When using this watch in Japan, it is recommended that you use the “AT” (Auto) transmitter selection mode setting.
1.
1.
In the Timekeeping Mode
hold down the A button
for about two seconds.
Timekeeping Mode
• This will display the
transmitter selection mode
setting screen and cause the
second hand to move to the
12 o’clock position.
(Displays/Exits Setting Screen)
3.
• Each press of the D button
toggles auto receive on (ON)
and off (OF).
• “– –” is displayed for the auto
receive setting when the
current Home City setting is a
code other than TYO, LAX,
DEN, CHI, or NYC.
4.
(Moves Flashing) (Changes Setting)
2.
Press the C button three
times to select the auto
receive setting.
• This will display “R/C”, along
with the current auto receive
(3 times)
setting.
• The example screen shows
auto receive on (ON).
• AT (AUTO)
With this setting, the watch automatically selects either the Mt.
Otakadoya signal (40kHz) or the Mt. Hagane signal (60kHz),
whichever is strongest.
• JP40
With this setting, the watch always receives the Nt. Otakadoya
signal (40kHz).
• JP60
With this setting, the watch always receives the Mt. Hagane
signal (60kHz).
• US60
With this setting, the watch receives the Fort Collins, Colorado
signal.
3.
When the setting you want
is displayed, press the A
button twice.
• This will exit the setting
screen and return to the
Timekeeping Mode screen.
Also, the second hand will
move automatically to the
current second, as kept by
digital timekeeping.
• The display also will exit the
setting screen automatically if
you do not perform any
operation for about two or
three minutes.
(Twice)
Press the D button to
toggle auto receive on
(ON) or off (OFF).
When the auto receive
setting is the way you
want, press the A button
twice.
(Changes Setting)
In the Timekeeping Mode
hold down the A button
for about two seconds.
Timekeeping Mode
• This will display the
transmitter selection mode
setting screen and cause the
second hand to move to the
12 o’clock position.
(Displays/Exits Setting Screen)
2.
Use the D button to scroll
through the transmitter
selection mode settings
until the one you want is
displayed.
• When TYO is selected as the
Home City, each press of the
D button cycles through
available settings in the
sequence shown below.
AT
(Twice)
JP40
(Changes Setting)
JP60
(Moves Flashing) (Changes Setting)
• When LAX, DEN, CHI, or NYC is selected as the
Home City, “US60” is displayed for the transmitter
selection mode setting. This setting is fixed, and
cannot be changed.
• When the current Home City setting is a code
other than TYO, LAX, DEN, CHI, or NYC, “– –” is
displayed for the auto receive setting. This
indicates that the setting cannot be changed.
• This will exit the setting
screen and return to the
Timekeeping Mode screen.
Also, the second hand will
move automatically to the
current second, as kept by
digital timekeeping.
• The display also will exit the
setting screen automatically if
you do not perform any
operation for about two or
three minutes.
US60
Calibration Signal Reception
Precautions
• Auto reception can be performed while the watch is in the
Timekeeping Mode or World Time Mode only.
• Signal reception is cancelled if an alarm starts to sound while it is
being performed.
• Pressing any button while auto reception is in progress will cause
the watch to beep and then exit the receive operation.
• The watch’s calendar shows dates up to the year 2099.
Attempting a receive operation after that causes an error.
• Make sure you are within the range of the calibration signal
transmitter before performing the reception operation. Remember
that geographic contours, nearby buildings, seasonal conditions,
the time of day, can even make reception impossible even when
you are within range of the transmitter.
• Proper reception may be impossible if there is something blocking
the signal. If reception is unsuccessful, try again.
• This watch is designed to adjust its current time setting in
accordance with the calibration signal transmitted in Japan and
the United States only. Note that you will need to make your own
adjustments when using this watch outside of Japan or the United
States, or in any area that is outside the range of the receivable
time calibration signal transmitters.
• When the watch is unable to adjust its time signal using the
calibration signal for some reason, timekeeping accuracy is within
±15 seconds per month.
• Strong electrostatic charge can cause timekeeping error.
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Auto receive is turned on (ON), but the receive icon “ ” is not
on the display.
Troubleshooting
The watch cannot receive the time calibration signal.
• Is the signal being transmitted?
Though the Japanese calibration signal (Call Sign: JJY) is
continually transmitted by the National Institute of Information
and Communications Technology (NICT) in theory, it may
sometimes be interrupted for periodic maintenance work, or
because of lightening or other problems.
• Are you within the reception range of a transmitter?
See “Reception Range” for information about areas where the
watch can receive the signal.
• Is there something in the immediate area that may be interfering
with reception?
Even if you are within the reception range of a transmitter,
objects between you and the transmitter or electrical noise can
interfere with reception. Avoid such areas during signal
reception. See “Location” for more information.
• Do you have the correct Home City code selected?
Remember that auto receive is not performed unless TYO
(Japan), NYC (New York), CHI (Chicago), DEN (Denver), or LAX
(Los Angeles) is selected as the Home City. Select the correct
Home City code using the procedure under “Selecting Your
Home City”.
• Is auto receive turned off (OF)?
Use the procedure under “Configuring Auto Receive Settings” to
turn on auto receive.
• Is the watch in any mode other than the Timekeeping Mode or
World Time Mode during the auto receive times (midnight, 1:00
a.m., 2:00 a.m., 3:00 a.m., 4:00 a.m., and 5:00 a.m.)?
Auto receive is performed only when the watch is in the
Timekeeping Mode or World Time Mode. It is not performed if the
watch is in any other mode.
Time calibration signal reception is successful, but the hourly
time signal and current time are slightly off.
• After the watch receives the time calibration signal, it performs an
internal decoding process before updating its time setting.
Because of this, the time setting may be slightly off (within one
second).
Time calibration signal reception is successful, but the current
time is one hour fast.
• Do you have summer time (DST) turned on (ON)?
Use the procedure under “Configuring Summer Time (Daylight
Saving Time) Settings” to turn off summer time.
Time calibration signal reception is successful, but the current
time setting is wrong.
• Is the correct city code selected for your Home City?
If you are in Japan, you should have TYO selected for your Home
City. For other areas, select the correct Home City code using the
procedure under “Selecting Your Home City”.
Timekeeping Mode
The current auto receive on (ON)/off (OF) setting does not
appear on the setting screen.
• The auto receive on (ON)/off (OF) setting is not displayed unless
TYO (Japan), NYC (New York), CHI (Chicago), DEN (Denver), or
LAX (Los Angeles) is selected as the Home City.
Use the procedure under “Selecting Your Home City” to select
your correct Home City.
The AT, JP40, and JP60 options do not appear for the
transmitter selection mode setting.
Summer time, or Daylight Saving Time (DST) as is it is known in
some countries, calls for setting clocks ahead one hour during the
summer season. Note that the use of summer time depends on
the country and even the local area.
❚ To search for a city code
In the World Time Mode, press the D button.
• This scrolls westward through the available city codes. A short
while after a city code appears, the display will change to show
the current time in that city.
• Holding down the D button scrolls at high speed.
❚ To turn summer time on or off
1.
World Time Mode
City Code
(Changes Display)
(Twice)
2.
About two
seconds
Example: Day of the Week
(Scrolls Forward)
Current Time in Selected City
Important!
If the World Time Mode time is incorrect, correct the setting of the
current time in the Timekeeping Mode.
• For information about selecting a Home City, see “Selecting Your
Home City”.
• Pressing the A button in the World Time Mode displays the city
code of the currently selected city for about two seconds.
• Auto receive is performed in the middle of the night, when
reception conditions are best.
Before going to bed at night, place the watch near a window, with
its 12 o’clock position facing in the general direction of the
transmitter.
How can I perform manual receive?
• Hold down the lower right D button for about two seconds.
The watch will beep to indicate that manual receive has started.
Place it near a window, with its 12 o’clock position facing in the
general direction of the transmitter.
How can I view the last reception date and time?
• In the Timekeeping Mode, press the lower right D button.
This will display the date and time that the time calibration signal
was last received successfully. To return to the Timekeeping
Mode, press the D button again. See “To view the last reception
date and time” for more information.
• The AT, JP40, and JP60 transmitter selection mode options are
available only when TYO (Tokyo) is selected as the Home City
code.
Use the procedure under “Selecting Your Home City” to select
your correct Home City.
Using Summer Time (DST)
World Time Mode
World time lets you display the current time in any one of 30 cities
(29 time zones) around the world.
• When you enter the World Time Mode, the screen for the city that
was displayed when you last exited the mode appears first.
• The seconds count in the World Time Mode is linked with the
Timekeeping Mode seconds count.
• The same 12-hour/24-hour format you select for the Timekeeping
Mode time is also applied in the World Time Mode.
• The receive icon appears when a signal is received successfully
and the time is updated. It is not displayed if there is no
successful signal reception throughout the day. Also note that the
icon disappears from the display each day at 3:00 a.m.
Make sure that you are using the watch in an area that is within
the reception range of a transmitter, and make sure that the watch
is in the Timekeeping Mode or World Time Mode when it is time
for auto signal reception.
What time is auto receive performed?
In the World Time Mode,
use the D button to
display the screen for the
city code whose summer
time setting you want to
change.
Hold down the A button
for about two seconds.
• This toggles summer time on
and off.
• The “DST” indicator appears
on the display and
timekeeping is advanced by
one hour when summer time
is turned on.
• You can turn summer time on
or off independently for each
World Time Mode city. Note,
however, that you cannot turn
on summer time for the “GMT”
city code.
DST Indicator
(Changes Setting)
(Scrolls City Codes)
World Time City Code List
City
GMT
Code Differential
City Name
City
GMT
Code Differential
City Name
Jerusalem
–––
–11
JRS
+2
HNL
–10
Honolulu
JED
+3
Jeddah
ANC
–9
Anchorage
THR
+3.5
Teheran
Dubai
LAX
–8
Los Angeles
DXB
+4
DEN
–7
Denver
KBL
+4.5
Kabul
CHI
–6
Chicago
KHI
+5
Karachi
NYC
–5
New York
DEL
+5.5
Delhi
CCS
–4
Caracas
DAC
+6
Dakar
RIO
–3
Rio de Janeiro
RGN
+6.5
Yangon
–––
–2
BKK
+7
Bangkok
Hong Kong
–––
–1
HKG
+8
GMT
+0
Greenwich Mean Time SEL
+9
Seoul
LON
+0
TYO
+9
Tokyo
Adelaide
London
PAR
+1
Paris
ADL
+9.5
BER
+1
Berlin
SYD
+10
Sydney
ATH
+2
Athens
NOU
+11
Noumea
CAI
+2
Cairo
WLG
+12
Wellington
• The contents of the above table are current as of December 2003.
• Time differentials in the above table are in accordance with
Universal Time Coordinated (UTC).
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❚ To set an alarm time
Using the Alarms and Hourly Time Signal
3.
Example: To set Alarm 2 for 3:30 p.m.
You can set the daily alarms in 1-minute increments. The watch
beeps for 10 seconds when the current time in the Timekeeping
Mode reaches the alarm time you set. There are three
independent alarms, and all of them operate the same way.
The Hourly Time signal causes the watch to beep every hour on
the hour.
❚ To select an alarm or the Hourly Time
Signal screen
Each press of the D button cycles through available screens in
the sequence shown below.
Alarm 1
Alarm 2
When you enter the Alarm Mode, the screen for the alarm that was
displayed when you last exited the mode appears first.
Timekeeping Mode
1.
(Selects Alarm)
• An alarm number (AL1, AL2,
AL3) indicates the current
screen.
Alarm Number
2.
Hourly Time Signal
(3 times)
In the Alarm Mode, use the
D button to scroll
through the alarm screens
until the one whose
setting you want to
change is displayed.
Hold down the A button
for about two seconds.
(Setting Screen)
Alarm 3
• This will cause the hour digits
of the displayed alarm time to
flash.
• Displaying the setting screen
automatically turns on the
displayed alarm.
2-second
interval
(Back)
Use the D (+) and B (–)
buttons to change the
hour setting.
• In this example, set the hour
digit to 3 p.m.
• Holding down either button
changes the setting at high
speed.
• When setting the hour, make
sure you specify AM (no
indicator) or PM (P) correctly
when using 12-hour
timekeeping, or that you
specify the correct 24-hour
time.
• The same 12-hour/24-hour
format you select for the
Timekeeping Mode time is
also applied in the Alarm
Mode.
4.
(Forward)
Minutes
Press the C button to
select the minute setting.
• This causes the minute digits
to flash.
Alarm Time
(Selects Setting)
Hour
5.
Use the D (+) and B (–)
buttons to change the
minute setting.
• Holding down either button
changes the setting at high
speed.
(Back)
❚ To turn an alarm or the hourly time
signal on or off
1.
In the Alarm Mode, use the
D button to display the
screen for the setting you
want to turn on or off.
The stopwatch measures elapsed time in units of 1/100 second up to 99 minutes, 59.99 seconds (100 minutes total). When the maximum
limit is reached, the elapsed time automatically returns to zero and timing continues from there.
(Forward)
Timekeeping Mode
• Each press of the D button
advances to the next alarm,
which is indicated by the
alarm number on the display.
2.
6.
When the setting is the
way you want, press the
A button.
Alarm
Mode Indicator
(Selects Alarm)
Press the A button to toggle the currently displayed
alarm on or off.
(On/Off)
Stopwatch Mode
Alarm Number
(4 times)
About two
seconds
❚ Display Screen Switching
• Elapsed Time Screen
A 1/100 second value is displayed for the first minute after you
start an elapsed time measurement. After the first minute, the
screen changes automatically to show elapsed minutes and
seconds.
Minute and Second Screen
Minutes
Seconds
Hourly Time Signal
(On/Off)
• This exits the setting screen.
• The display also will exit the
setting screen automatically if
you do not perform any
operation for about two or
three minutes.
❚ To stop the alarm beeper
Press any button.
❚ To test the alarm
In the Alarm Mode, hold down the D button to sound the alarm.
A Button
Split/Reset
• Press during elapsed time measurement to display the split
time.
• Press when elapsed time measurement is stopped to reset
the stopwatch to all zeros.
Seconds
1/100 Second
• Paused Elapsed Time Measurement Screen
When elapsed time measurement is paused, the display alternates
between a minute/second screen and a 1/100 second screen at
1-second intervals.
Minutes
D Button
Start/Stop
• Each press starts and stops elapsed time measurement.
Second
1/100 Second
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❚ Elapsed Time Measurement
Configuring Time and Date Settings Manually
Start
Stop
Reset
Pressing the A button while timing is stopped resets the stopwatch to all zeros.
Cumulative Time Measurement
Pressing the D button to restart the stopwatch without resetting it to all zeros causes the elapsed time measurement to resume from
where it was last stopped.
If you are planning to manually adjust both the digital and analog settings, be sure to adjust the digital setting first.
Time and Date Settings
❚ Split Time Measurement
• Displays Setting Screen
• Changes Setting Group
• Exits Setting Screen
Timekeeping Mode
Start
Record Split
Clear Split
Stop
Pressing the A button while timing is being performed displays the split time screen, but timing continues internally.
• Changing to another mode while a split time is displayed clears the split time operation.
Reset
(Hold down about two seconds.)
❚ 1st and 2nd Place Finishers
Start
1st Finish
2nd finish
Displays time of 2nd finisher.
Reset
(Displays time of 1st finisher.)
Pressing the D button while the split time screen is on the display stops elapsed time measurement, and leaves the split time screen on
the display. Press the A button to exit the split time screen and display the elapsed time when the measurement was stopped.
Transmitter Selection
Mode
Home City Code
Auto Receive
Summer Time
12/24-hour
timekeeping
Split Time Screen
Minutes
Split Indicator
Seconds
(Selects Setting)
You can select either Japanese (kanji) or English for the day of the
week indicator.
• For more information, see “To configure digital settings”.
Day of the Week Indicators
Seconds
Hour
Minute
Year
1/100 Second
The split time screen cycles alternately cycle through
the split indicator, a minute/second screen, and a
1/100 second screen.
Power
Saving
Language
Day
Month
• While the setting screen (the one with a flashing setting) is on the
display, use the C and A buttons to move the flashing between
settings.
❚ To configure digital settings
1.
3.
Timekeeping Mode
In the Timekeeping Mode
hold down the A button
for about two seconds.
5.
Press the C button so the
setting you want to
change is flashing on the
display.
• Use the C button to cycle
(Selects Setting)
through the settings shown
below. Each press of the C
button causes the next setting
to flash.
• This will display the
transmitter selection mode
setting screen and cause the
second hand to move to the
12 o’clock position.
(Enters/Exits Setting Screen) (Scrolls Back)
12/24-hour
Timekeeping
Power Saving
Second
Hour
Language
Minute
Day
Year
2.
Press the A button to
advance to the next group
of settings.
• This causes the 12/24-hour
timekeeping setting to flash.
Example: 12H (12-hour timekeeping)
• While the seconds are
selected, press the D button
(Zero Reset)
to reset them to 00 in
accordance with the time
signal on the radio, TV, etc.
• Pressing the D button while the seconds count is in the range
of 30 to 59 resets it to 00 and also adds 1 to the minutes.
Pressing the D button in the range of 00 to 29 resets the
seconds count without changing the minutes.
• Pressing the B button while the seconds count is flashing
changes the display illumination duration. See “To specify
display illumination duration” for more information.
6.
4.
While the 12/24-hour
timekeeping setting is
flashing, press the D
button to select the
setting you want.
• Pressing the D button
toggles the timekeeping
format between 12-hour (12H)
and 24-hour (24H).
Tuesday: TU/ 火
Friday: FR/ 金
See “Signal Reception Settings” for information about
calibration signal, Home City, summer time, and auto
receive settings.
7.
To restart the seconds
count to 00, press the D
button.
Monday: MO/ 月
Thursday: TH/ 木
While the day of the week
setting is flashing, press
the D button to toggle it
between Japanese (kanji)
and English.
Japanese (Kanji)
(Toggles)
8.
While the Power Saving
setting is flashing, press
the D button to toggle it
on (ON) or off (OF).
(Toggles)
Month
(Changes Selection) (Scrolls Forward)
(Changes Setting Group)
Sunday: SU/ 日
Wednesday: WE/ 水
Saturday: SA/ 土
(Toggles)
While the hour, minutes,
year, month, or day setting
is flashing, use the D (+)
and B (–) buttons to
change the setting.
(Back)
• Holding down either button
(Forward)
changes the setting at high
speed.
• When setting the hour, make sure you specify AM (no
indicator) or PM (P) correctly, or that you specify the correct
24-hour time.
• You can set a date in the range of January 1, 2000 to
December 31, 2099.
• The day of the week is set automatically in accordance with
the date you set.
• The watch automatically makes adjustments for leap years
and month lengths.
Use the C button to select each of the settings and the D
and B buttons to change them.
9.
When all of the settings
are the way you want,
press the A button.
• This exits the setting screen.
• The display also will exit the
setting screen automatically if
you do not perform any
operation for about two or
three minutes.
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Digital-Analog Synchronization
After adjustment of the digital time, the watch automatically
adjusts its analog setting to match.
• When adjusting the analog time, the hands may move clockwise
or counterclockwise.
• Depending on how many hours different the digital and analog
time settings are, it may take some time for the analog hand
setting procedure to be finished.
• After adjustment of the hour and minute hand, the second hand
will adjust automatically to the digital time.
Ajusting the Analog Time Setting
2.
You can use the Hand Setting Mode to manually adjust the analog
time when it does not match the digital time.
Timekeeping Mode
Hand Setting Mode
• Each press of the D button
advances the second hand
one second.
• Holding down the D button
advances the second hand at
high speed.
3.
High-speed Lock
If the second hand does
not align properly with the
12 o’clock position, press
the D button to adjust it.
(Forward)
5.
Press the C button.
(5 times)
• This will cause the hour and
minute setting of the digital
time to flash on the display.
Mode Indicator
1.
In the Hand Setting Mode,
hold down the A button
for about two seconds.
• This will cause the second
hand to move to 12 o’clock,
and “–00–” to flash on the
digital display.
Hand Setting Mode
(Selects Setting)
4.
Use the D (+) and B (–)
buttons to adjust the hour
and minute hands.
• Each press of the D button
moves the hands 20 seconds
clockwise, while the B button
moves them 20 seconds
counterclockwise.
• Holding down either button
moves the hands at high
speed.
• While holding down the D button to start high-speed clockwise
movement of the hands, press the B button to lock the
high-speed hand movement. You can then release the buttons.
• While holding down the B button to start high-speed
counterclockwise movement of the hands, press the D button to
lock the high-speed movement. You can then release the buttons.
• High-speed hand movement will continue until it completes a
12-hour cycle, or until you press any button to stop it.
(Back)
When the setting is the
way you want, press the
A button.
• This exits the setting screen
and automatically
synchronizes the minute hand
with the current seconds
count.
• At this time, the second hand
will adjust automatically to the
digital time.
• The display also will exit the
setting screen automatically if
you do not perform any
operation for about two or
three minutes.
(Forward)
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