Freescale Semiconductor MCF5484 Computer Hardware User Manual

To set minutes, press Mode button
LB; single minutes digit will flash.
To advance flashing minutes digit,
press Start/Stop button RT; hold for
rapid advance.
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WATCH INSTRUCTIONS
FEATURES
• CURRENT TIME (HR., MIN.,
& SEC.)
• DAY/MONTH/DATE
• CHRONOGRAPH WITH SPLIT
& LAP TIMES
• DUAL ALARMS ( 1 DAILY
REPEATING, 1 NONREPEATING REMINDER.)
• COUNTDOWN, COUNTDOWN
REPEAT, COUNTDOWN
CHRONO
LAP & COUNTDOWN CHRONO
SPLIT TIMERS
• DUAL TIME
• HOURLY CHIME
• OPTIONAL 24-HR. TIME
(MILITARY TIME. )
• WATER RESISTANT TO
300 FT. OR 100M
• NIGHT VISION™ ELECTROLUMINESCENT BACKLIGHTING
NORMAL TIME MODE
( The term “Mode” means the
function status of the watch.) Normal
time mode shows hours, minutes,
seconds, day and date. To set time,
see operating instructions on How
to Set Normal Time.
To set tens of minutes, press Mode
button LB; tens of minutes will flash.
To advance flashing tens of minutes
press Start/Stop button RT; hold for
rapid advance.
Continuing through the setting
mode, the setting sequence is a
continuous loop of: seconds • single
minutes • tens of minutes • hours •
day/month/date • 12/24-hour mode,
and looping back to seconds. When
setting is complete, press Light/Set
button LT to return to normal time
mode.
RB will display a lap time.
To stop chronograph, press
Start/Stop button RT. Reset the
chronograph to zero by pressing the
Reset button RB.
HOW TO SET AND OPERATE THE
ALARMS AND HOURLY CHIME
From normal time mode, press
Mode button LB twice to enter the
alarm mode. Normal time remains
on the lower row, alarm time on the
upper row. Pressing Reset button
RB will toggle between alarm 1,
indicated by the left “
” flag, and
alarm 2, indicated by the right
“
” flag. Alarm 1 is a daily,
repeating alarm, and alarm 2 is a
one time only reminder alarm.
HOW TO SET NORMAL TIME,
DATE AND 24-HOUR FORMAT
Note: If no buttons are pressed for
approximately ten seconds, the
watch will exit the setting mode.
From Normal Time mode, press and
hold the Light/Set button LT for
approximately three seconds; the
seconds digits will flash.
Pressing the Start/Stop button RT
will reset the seconds digits to 0. If
seconds are greater than 30, one
will be added to the minutes digit.
Press Mode button LB three times
from the normal time mode to enter
the countdown timer mode. Normal
time will remain in the lower row and
the timer will appear on the upper
row. “ ” flag will be displayed.
(Minimum time setting is one minute;
maximum time setting is 99 hours,
59 minutes).
*Note: there are four timer functions
in this mode. To select between
these features, press Reset button
RB until the desired function (noted
by its respective flag) is displayed.
HOW TO OPERATE
CHRONOGRAPH/STOPWATCH
TIMER COUNTDOWN - “ ” flag
will be displayed. This function will
countdown from a preset time. When
the countdown time is reached, the
timer will beep and will automatically
reset to the preset time.
The chronograph will record a
maximum of 99 hours, 59 minutes
and 59 seconds. Press Mode
button LB once from normal time
mode to enter the chronograph
mode. Normal time will remain on
the lower row, chronograph on the
upper row. The “C” flag will be
displayed.
TIMER COUNTDOWN REPEATPress Reset button RB; “ ” and
“ ” flags will be displayed. This
function will countdown from a
preset time. When the countdown
time is reached, the timer will beep,
automatically reset, and begin
counting down repeatedly until the
Start/Stop button RT is pressed.
Reset the chronograph to zero by
pressing Reset button RB. Press
the Light/Set button LT to switch
between Lap and Split mode.
(“LP” flag will be displayed for lap
mode and “C” flag will be displayed
for split time mode.)
Press and hold Light/Set button LT
for approximately three seconds to
enter alarm setting mode. The
minutes digit will flash. Press
Start/Stop button RT to advance the
flashing minutes digit.
Press Mode button LB to advance
tens of minutes. Press Start/Stop
button RT to advance the flashing
tens of minutes digit.
Press Mode button LB to advance
the hours digit. Press Start/Stop
button RT to advance the flashing
hours digit. While setting the flashing
hours digit, “A” or “P” is displayed
on the right side. “A” designates
a.m. and “P” designates p.m.
KEY TO SYMBOLS
LT - Left Top (Light/Set)
LB - Left Bottom (Mode)
RT - Right Top (Start/Stop)
RB - Right Bottom (Reset)
HOW TO OPERATE THE
COUNTDOWN TIMER
Split time is the time elapsed since
the start of the chronograph. To
use the split time feature, “ ” flag
must be displayed. Press Start/Stop
button RT to start chronograph.
“ ” flag will begin flashing. Press
Reset button RB to view split time.
Chronograph will continue to count
while split time is displayed. To
release split time and return to
running chronograph, press Reset
button RB.
Each press of Reset button RB will
display a split time. To stop
chronograph, press Start/Stop
button RT. Reset the chronograph
to zero by pressing the Reset button
RB. Lap time is the time elapsed
since the previous lap. To use the
lap time feature, “LP” flag must be
displayed. Reset the chronograph
to zero by pressing the Reset button
RB. Enter Lap mode by pressing
Light/Set button LT. Press Start/Stop
button RT to start chronograph. “LP”
flag will begin flashing. Press Reset
button RB to view lap time. The
chronograph will start counting next
lap while lap time is displayed. To
release lap time and return to
running chrono, press Reset button
RB. Each press of Reset button
Press Light/Set button LT to exit the
alarm setting mode. To activate the
alarm while in alarm mode: Press
Start/Stop button RT to arm or
disarm the alarm “ ” and/or hourly
chime “ ”. Note the setting
sequence is: alarm on, chime on,
both alarms and chime on, both
alarms and chime off.
Again, press Reset button RB to
toggle between alarm 1 and alarm
2. Alarm 2 is set and activated the
same way as alarm 1.
= alarm 1 on.
= alarm 2 on.
TIMER COUNTDOWN CHRONO
LAP- Press Reset button RB,
“C ”, “LP” and ” ” flags will be
displayed. This function will
countdown from a preset time. When
the countdown time is reached, the
timer will beep and automatically
start a chronograph. This
chronograph has a chrono lap timer,
identical to that in the
chronograph/stopwatch “LP” mode.
TIMER COUNTDOWN CHRONO
SPLIT- Press Lap/Reset button RB;
“C”, “ ” and “ ” flags will be
displayed. This function will
countdown from a preset time. When
the countdown time is reached, the
timer will beep and automatically
start a chronograph. This
chronograph has a chrono split timer,
identical to that in the
chronograph/stopwatch “ ” mode.
To set the countdown time, press
and hold the Light/Set button LT for
three seconds. The minutes digit
will flash. To advance the flashing
minutes digit, press Start/Stop
button RT.
Press Mode button LB to advance
to the tens of minutes digits, and
hours digits. Press Start/Stop
button RT to advance the flashing
digit. When desired timer time is
set, press Light/Set button LT to exit
the setting mode. To start or stop
timer, press Start/Stop button RT.
To reset a stopped timer, press
Reset button RB.
HOW TO SET DUAL TIME
Press Mode button LB four times
toenter the dual time mode from the
normal time mode. The dual time
mode is indicated by the “ ” flag.
Normal time will remain in the lower
row and dual time will appear on the
upper row.
Press and hold the Light/Set button
LT for approximately three seconds;
the minutes digits will flash. Press
Start/Stop button RT to advance.
Continue through the setting
sequence as done in normal time
setting by cycling between Mode
button LB and Start/Stop button RT.
Press Light/Set button LT to exit the
setting mode.
Note: Press and hold Start/Stop
button RT to temporarily display the
day and date of the normal time
mode. Note: The alarm and chime
flags are visible in this mode,
however, they are set to the normal
time mode.
Should your Freestyle® watch
require warranty service, send it
along with the following:
1. A copy of your sales receipt
2. Your printed name and address
3. Your telephone number
4. A brief description of the problem
5. Please include $8.50 for
processing and handling, using
one of the following payment
methods:
-Check
-Money order
-Credit card (be sure to include
card number and expiration date)
REMEMBER: NEVER INCLUDE A
SPECIAL WATCHBAND OR ANY
OTHER PERSONAL ARTICLES
OF VALUE IN YOUR SHIPMENT.
Send to the following address:
Freestyle
Attn: Individual Returns
47-50 33rd Street
Long Island City, NY 11101
HOW TO OPERATE THE
NIGHTVISION™
ELECTROLUMINESCENT
BACKLIGHT
(718)-729-8890
Press Light/Set button LT to activate
the Night Vision™
electroluminescent backlight. This
light will remain illuminated for
approximately four seconds.
Neither this warranty, nor any other
warranty expressed, is assumed for
any incidental or consequential
damages, including but not limited
to the mathematical accuracy of the
product. Some states do not allow
limitations on how long an implied
warranty lasts, or the exclusions of
or limitations on consequential
damages, so the above limitations
may not apply to you. This warranty
gives you specific legal rights, and
you may have other rights which
vary from state to state.
CARE AND MAINTENANCE
1. Back case cover should only be
removed by an authorized watch
repair specialist.
2. Always rinse your watch in fresh
water after immersion in salt or
chlorinated water.
3. Do not expose watch or band to
chemicals such as gasoline,
aerosol sprays, paint or solvents.
4. Periodically clean with a soft cloth
and fresh water.
WARRANTY INFORMATION
Freestyle U.S.A. warrants, to the
original purchaser, that its watches
are free from defects in materials
and workmanship for a period of ten
(10) years under normal use. The
warranty excludes batteries, crystal,
watch case plating, and strap/
bracelet/ band. The warranty
excludes normal wear and tear
and abuse.
Special note: Freestyle® watches
are designed and engineered to be
highly water-resistant, and to
withstand the most active of
lifestyles. The most important
component in keeping your watch
water-resistant is the case back Oring, which prevents water from
entering the watch through the case
back.
Please allow 30 days for return of
your watch.
This warranty applies to watches
purchased in the United States.
For watches purchased outside the
United States, please contact your
authorized Freestyle® dealer for
warranty information.
If your watch requires servicing not
covered under our warranty (battery,
crystal, strap/bracelet/band, watch
case plating), or refurbishing,
complete the return form (next
column) and return with your watch.
Attn: Individual Returns
47-50 33rd Street
Long Island City, NY 11101
(718)-729-8890
Battery
$ 4.00
Case
10.00
Bezel
6.00
Band(Polyurethane)
12.00
Band(Leather)
12.00
Band(Metal)
20.00
Band(Nylon)
7.00
Processing and handling
8.50
Total
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Expiration Date
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Water leakage most often occurs
after improper battery replacement.
We strongly recommend having a
certified jeweler, watch repair
technician or Freestyle's service
center replace your battery. Water
leakage due to improper battery
replacement is not covered under
warranty.
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