Lad Weather Weather Master LAD002 Instruction Manual

Lad Weather Weather Master LAD002 Instruction Manual
2.0 Buttons and Its Functions -Model A and Model B
1.0 Introduction
!
!
!
Thank you for purchasing this Watch. Your Watch
features electronic sensors, which measures and
shows the outdoor conditions: weather forecast,
temperature, pressure, altitude and compass
directions.
Your Watch provides the essential information
you need when you go hiking, wild camping and
other outdoor activities especially for a prolonged
period.
Your Watch also includes current time, daily
alarm, chronograph, timer, pacer and dual time
functions.
!
Your Watch
for outdoor
features, it
instructions
is carefully designed and produced
activities. In order to utilize the
is advisable to read the following
before using the Watch.:
!
Avoid exposing your Watch to extreme
conditions for an unreasonable time.
!
Avoid rough usage or severe impact on
your Watch.
!
Do not open the Watch's case unless by
a certified service agency because your
WeatherMaster contains delicate
electronic sensors and components.
!
C l e a n y o u r Wa t c h w i t h a s o f t c l o t h
occasionally for a longer useful life.
!
Keep your Watch away from magnets or
any appliances which contain magnetic
objects such as mobile phones, speakers
and motors.
!
Store your Watch in a dry place when it is
not in use.
Mode Button [M]
! To select among the Current Time, Daily Alarm, Chronograph, Timer, Pacer and Dual Time Modes.
! To select among the setting items in setting display.
Sensor Button [SR]
! To select among the Altimeter, Barometer and Compass Modes.
Start/Stop Button [S/S]
! To select between functional displays under the same mode.
! To activate the 'start' or 'stop' chronograph function in the chronograph mode.
! To toggle Yes/No.
! To increase the digits in setting display.
Lap/Reset Button [L/R]
! To activate the 'lap' or 'reset' chronograph function in the chronograph mode.
! To move the cursor to the left by one in the History recalling display.
! To decrease the digits in setting display.
! To toggle Yes/No.
EL Button [EL]
! To turn on the EL back light for about 3 seconds.
Note
Press any button to activate the watch under Power Saving Mode. (For more information, please refer to
Chapter 14.0)
3.0 Major Function Modes - Timekeeping Mode and Sensor Mode
2.0 Buttons and Its Functions -Model A and Model B
[M]
[SR]
Sensor
[SR]
[M]
COMP
Start/Stop
[S/S]
Light
[EL]
Start/Stop
[S/S]
Compass Mode
Daily Alarm Mode
Current Time Mode
Chronograph Mode
Light
[EL]
[M]
[SR]
Mode
[M]
Lap/Reset
[L/R]
Mode
[M]
[M]
Lap/Reset
[L/R]
[M]
[SR]
ALTI/BARO/
COMP
[SR]
BARO
Altimeter Mode
Barometer Mode
Model A
Model B
[M]
A LT I
Sensor Mode
hold [SR]
Dual Time Mode
Pacer Mode
Timekeeping Mode
[SR]
Timer Mode
4.2 Current Time Mode - Setting the Current Time
4.0 Current Time Mode - Functional Display
day of week
weather forecast
temperature
How to Set the Current Time
digits have been
selected (flashing)
Functional Display
! The Current Time Mode includes 4 kinds of
functional displays:
! Day of Week
[S/S]
! Temperature
!
To select the setting display, press and hold the
[M] button for about 2 seconds in the Current
Time Mode. In setting display, the flashing "SET"
icon will appear.
!
In the setting display, press the [M] button to
change the selection following the adjacent
Current Time Setting Sequence.
!
When the second digits are flashing (selected),
press the [S/S] or [L/R] button to reset the digits
to "00".
!
When the digits are flashing (selected), press
the [S/S] or [L/R] button to increase / decrease
the number. (Hold down the button to change
the number at a higher speed).
!
When month-day order setting is selected, press
the [S/S] or [L/R] button to select either monthday or day-month format.
When 12/24 hour
format setting is selected, press the [S/S] button
to select either 12 or 24 hour format.
!
When the LCD contrast is selected, press the
[S/S] or [L/R] button to increase / decrease the
contrast level (1 to 10). When key beep setting is
selected, press the [S/S] or [L/R] button to turn
ON or OFF the beep.
!
When the setting is completed, press and hold
the [M] button to exit the setting display.
! Altitude Tendency
! Sea Level Pressure Tendency
current time
!
date
Temperature Display
Day of Week Display
[S/S]
[S/S]
sea level
pressure
tendency
To select among different functional displays,
press the [S/S] button following the adjacent
diagram.
Automatic Display Switching
!
To activate the automatic switching feature, hold
the [S/S] button.
!
As long as the button is held, one of the 4
functional displays appears on the screen one by
one.
altitude
tendency
Current Time Display
Current Time Setting Display
Hold
[M]
Hold
[M]
[M]
second
[M]
minute
[M]
year
hour
[M]
[M]
Key
Beep
[S/S]
month
[M]
[M]
[M]
LCD
Contrast
12/24
hour format
[M]
[M]
day
Month/Day
Current Time Setting Sequence
Sea Level
Pressure Tendency
Display
Altitude Tendency
Display
hold
[S/S] / [L/R]
[S/S] / [L/R]
Increase/Decrease
the number at
a higher speed
Increase/Decrease
the number
Current Time Mode
4.1 Current Time Mode - Weather Forecast Feature
5.0 Daily Alarm Mode - Daily Alarm 1, Daily Alarm 2 and Chime Display
Daily Alarm 1 and Daily Alarm 2
Weather Forecast Feature
!
!
A special feature of the Watch is the coming
weather predicting function. It works by analyzing
the changes of the past air pressure.
How to Indicate the Coming Weather
Sunny
Cloudy
with sun
!
Press the [S/S] button to switch among the Daily
Alarm 1, Daily Alarm 2 and Chime Display
following the adjacent diagram.
How to Turn ON/OFF the Daily Alarm
! The Watch provides 4 different symbols to indicate
the forecast weather, which are:
! Sunny
! Cloudy with Sun
[S/S]
Daily Alarm 1 Display
[S/S]
! Cloudy
! Raining
Cloudy
Raining
Weather Forecast Symbols
Daily Alarm 2 Display
!
To turn ON/OFF the Daily Alarm 1 (2), press the
[L/R] button in Daily Alarm 1 (2) Display.
!
When the Daily Alarm 1 (2) is ON, the alarm
indicator '
' will appear.
!
If the alarm indicator appears, the Watch will
sound at the preset alarm time every day. When
the alarm sounds, press any button to stop the
beep.
How to Turn ON/OFF the Hourly Chime
[S/S]
!
The symbols will only be shown in Current Time
and Dual Time Modes.
IMPORTANT: Since the Watch predicts the coming
weather by using the data of the changes in the air
pressure, a higher accuracy may result when the
user stays at the same altitude for at least 24 hours.
IMPORTANT: The Watch predicts the weather by
adopting general weather prediction principles, it is
NOT capable to reflect the dramatic changes of
weather within a very short period of time.
The Watch includes two daily alarms: Daily Alarm
1 and Daily Alarm 2. The Daily Alarm 1 and Daily
Alarm 2 are working independently.
!
To turn ON/OFF the Hourly Chime, press the
[L/R] button in the Chime Display.
!
When the chime is ON, the chime indicator
'
'
will appear. If the Chime indicator
appears, the Watch will beep on the hour.
Hourly Chime Display
Daily Alarm Mode
6.1 Chronograph Mode - Recording and Recalling Lap Time
5.1 Daily Alarm Mode - Setting the Alarm
digits have been
selected (flashing)
SET
How to Set the Alarm 1 and Alarm 2
!
To select the setting display, hold the [M] button
for about 2 seconds in the Alarm 1 (2) Display,
then the flashing "SET" icon will appear.
!
In the setting display, press the [M] button to
change the selection between minute and hour.
SET
Daily Alarm 1 Display
Setting Display
!
When the digits are flashing (selected), press
the [S/S] or [L/R] button to increase / decrease
the number. (Hold down the button to change
the number at a higher speed).
!
When the setting is completed, press and hold
the [M] button to exit the setting display.
hold
[M]
hold
[M]
How to Record Lap Time
the digits
is running
the lap
number
the lap time
will freeze
for 10 seconds
[L/ R]
10
seconds
Chronograph
Running Display
Chronograph
Lap Display
[M]
Hour
[L/R]
[L/R]
[S/S]
[S/S]
hold
[S/S] / [L/R]
[S/S] / [L/R]
the next lap
memories
Increase/Decrease
the number at
a higher speed
Increase/Decrease
the number
!
The Chronograph Mode allows recording lap time
up to 100 laps.
!
When the chronograph is counting, press the
[L/R] button once to record a lap time (this key
operation will not affect the counting).
!
The lap number and lap time will appear on the
display for 10 seconds, and it returns to counting
display automatically.
!
To recall lap time, hold down the [M] button in
the Chronograph Display.
!
When the Total Time Display appears, press the
[S/S] or [L/R] button to check the next or
previous lap time respectively.
1st lap memory
Daily Alarm Time Setting Sequence
! Hold down the [M] button to
Chronograph Display.
How to Reset Lap times
!
[S/S]
[S/S]
Total Time
Display
the last
lap memory
[L/R]
The chronograph can measure elapsed time
without stopping the counting - lap time.
! Repeat the steps mentioned above to get
another lap time.
How to Recall Lap Times
To Record Lap Time
Minute
!
go back to the
To record a new set of lap time, hold the [L/R]
button for 2 seconds when it is stopped.
[L/R]
Lap Times Re call Seq uenc e
6.0 Chronograph Mode - Start/Stop the Chronograph
1/10s
indicator
Total
Time
7.0 Timer Mode - Countdown Timer and the Quick-Set-Value
Chronograph Mode
Countdown Timer
!
!
The Watch includes a function to measure
elapsed time, accumulative elapsed time and
lap times - Chronograph Mode.
the indicator
flashing
!
minutes
The display shows an 'All Zeros' display
when the chronograph is selected the first
time or it is reset.
How to Start/Stop the Chronograph
hours
[S/S]
the time from which the
timer will countdown
(hour, minute and second)
1/100 sec
Chronograph
'All Zero' Display
Digits
running
Chronograph
Counting Display
[S/S]
Elapsed
time
!
hold
[L/R]
!
[S/S]
To record a new set of elapsed time, hold
the [L/R] button for 2 seconds to reset the
chronograph to the 'All Zeros' display when
the chronograph is stopped.
In the 'All Zeros' display, the chronograph is
ready for a new counting.
The Quick-Set-Value is a set of values preset in
the Watch for using the timer more easily.
!
When the chronograph is stopped (not
counting), press the [S/S] button once to
start the chronograph (counting); press the
[S/S] b u t t o n o n c e a g a i n t o s t o p t h e
chronograph (not counting). Repeating these
steps will get an accumulative elapsed time.
How to Reset the Chronograph
the digits
stop counting
! The Timer starts counting from the p r e s e t v a l u e
to zero and stops at zero.
The Quick-Set-Value (QSV)
!
!
seconds
The Watch includes a countdown timer feature:
the Timer Mode.
Current Time
Timer Display
[L/R]
1 min
[L/R]
[L/R]
3 min
5 min
[L/R]
[L/R]
[L/R]
[L/R]
User
Preset
Value
(UPV)
10 min
45 min
Quick-Set-Value (QSV)
Chronograph Stop Display
Timer Setting Sequence
There are 6 Quick-Set-Values: 1, 3, 5, 10, 15
and 45 minutes, and these values CANNOT be
changed by the user.
The User Preset Value (UPV)
!
The User Preset Value is a value which can be
set by the user.
!
The setting limit is up to 99 hours 59 minutes 59
seconds.
!
Once the User Preset Value is set, like 30
minutes, the value is stored into the Watch for
the user to recall it in the future.
!
To set the UPV, check the coming section "How
To Set the User Preset Value" for more details.
15 min
Note: The adjacent diagram shows how to select
the preset timer value. Press [L/R] button to select
the preset timer value.
8.0 Pacer Mode - Using the Pacer
7.1 Timer Mode - Setting the User Preset Value
digits have been
selected (flashing)
How to Set the User Preset Value
!
To select the setting display, hold the [M] button
for 2 seconds, and the flashing "SET" icon will
appear.
!
In the setting display, press the [M] button to
change the selection among hour, minute and
second.
!
When the digits are flashing (selected), press the
[S/S] or [L/R] button to increase / decrease the
number. (Hold down the button to change the
number at a higher speed).
!
When the setting is completed, hold the [M]
button to exit the setting display.
SET
Timer Display
hold
[M]
Setting Display
hold
[M]
step counter
is counting
[S/S]
beep-beep
pacer beeping rate
(in beats per minute)
[M]
[M]
hour
step counter
stop counting
minute
Second
[M]
[S/S] / [L/R]
hold [S/S] / [L/R]
Increase/ decrease
the number
Pacer Mode
! When the pacer is activated, it will generate beeps at
a pre-defined beeping rate.
! The beeping rate can be set from 30 to 180 beats per
minute (BPM) in an increment of 5.
How to Use the Pacer
! When the beeping rate is set (for example 30 BPM),
press the [S/S] button to start the beeping.
! When the watch is beeping, press the [S/S] button to
stop the beeping.
Step Counter
! In supplementary to the Pacer Function, when the
Pacer beeps once, the step counter will advance one.
! When the pacer is activated and the step counter
starts counting, pressing the [S/S] button stops the
pacer and step counter.
! The maximum counting limit of the step counter is
99999 steps.
! To reset the step counter to 0, hold the [L/R] button
when the pacer is stopped.
NOTE: When the pacer has been running
continuously for 8 hours, it will stop automatically.
Increase/decrease
the number at
a higher speed
User Preset Value Setting Sequence
8.1 Pacer Mode - Setting the Pacer value
7.2 Timer Mode - Using the Timer
How to Set the Beeping Rate
! To select the setting display, hold the [M] button for 2
seconds in the Pacer Mode.
! When the beeping rate digits start flashing, press the
[S/S] or [L/R] button to increase / decrease the
number. (Hold down the button to change the number
at a higher speed).
How to Use the Timer
digits start
counting
[S/S]
!
When the Timer is set, press the [S/S] button to
start the timer. Press the [S/S] button once
again to stop the timer.
Timer Alarm Sound
Timer Display
(Timer is set at 10 minutes)
Real Time
Clock
Counting Display
[S/S]
digits stop
counting
[L/R]
! In the last 10 minutes, the Watch will beep
for every minute.
! In the last minute, the Watch will beep for
every 10 seconds. In the last 5 seconds,
the Watch will beep for every second.
! When it reaches 0, a beep sound will last for
30 seconds. Pressing any button can stop
the beep sound.
How to Reload the Timer
! The last target time will be reloaded
automatically at the end of the 30-second
beep sound.
Stop Counting Display
[S/S]
digits start
counting
again
!
Pacer Mode
hold [M]
30
! Press the [L/R] button when the timer is
stopped.
! To start a new counting by using a new
target time, set the timer again either by
QSV or UPV.
180
In an increment of
5 BPM
[S/S]/[L/R]
Increase/ decrease
the number
Counting Display
hold [M]
hold [S/S]/ [L/R]
Increase/decrease
the number at
a higher speed
When the setting is completed, press and hold
the [M] button to exit the setting display.
10.0 Altimeter Mode - Temperature and History Display
8.2 Pacer Mode - Link with Chronograph
How to use the Pacer with the Chronograph
! When the Pacer Mode is ON: Press the [M] button to
select the Chronograph Mode.
! Press the [S/S] button to start the counting and
beeping at the same time.
! When the Chronograph is counting and the watch is
beeping, pressing the [S/S] button stops the beeping
sound and chronograph simultaneously.
beep-beep
!
current
altitude
One of the two functional displays will appear in
the top row of the display. The current (history)
altitude and the current (history) time are shown in
the middle row and bottom row of the display
respectively.
History Display
current time
Temperature Display
[S/S]
Pacer Mode
cursor moving
direction
- 23
hour
...
[M]
flashing
History Display
(1st Record at the hour)
History Display
(Current Time)
[S/S]
flashing cursor
(1st record
at the hour)
A LT I
A LT I
[L/R]
History Display
(-2 to -23 hour)
Altitude
History Review
[L/R]
T h e Wa t c h r e c o r d s t h e a l t i t u d e r e a d i n g s
automatically on the hour, i.e 1:00, 2:00, 3:00 and
etc. These data will be used to plot an altitude
record graph.
!
In the History Display, the altitude graph is shown
in the top row of the display.
!
To review the altitude records of the last 23 hours,
press the [L/R] button to move the cursor to the
left cyclically, then the respective altitude record
and its recording time (flashing) will appear on the
display following the adjacent diagram.
Temperature Display
!
[L/R]
Chronograph
Counting Display
Chronograph
Stops Counting
Display
!
current
time
[L/R]
beep-beep
The Watch includes two Altimeter functional
displays: Temperature and History Displays.
!
A LT I
[S/S]
[M]
Functional Display
current
temperature
In the Temperature Display, the top display shows
the current temperature in degree Celsius ( ° C) or
degree Fahrenheit ( ° F).
IMPORTANT: If you want to have an accurate reading
of air temperature, you must take off the watch from
the wrist that prevents body temperature effect on
your watch.
Altimeter Mode
9.0 Dual Time Mode - Dual Time and Setting the Dual Time
digits have been
selected (flashing)
10.1 Altimeter Mode -Unit Selection and Altimeter Adjustment
Dual Time Mode
!
How to Switch between Units
hold
[S/S]
The Watch includes a function to show the
time of a second time zone - Dual Time
Mode.
° F (Fahrenheit)
The second digit of the dual time synchronizes
with the Current Time.
To Set the Dual Time
Setting Display
Dual Time Mode
hold
[M]
hold
[M]
!
In the setting display, press the [M] button to
change the selection between minute and hour.
!
When the digits are flashing (selected), press the
[S/S] / [L/R] button to increase / decrease the
number. (Hold down the button to change the
number at a higher speed).
!
When the setting is completed, press and hold
the [M] button to exit the setting display.
[M]
minute
hour
[M]
[S/S] / [L/R]
hold [S/S] / [L/R]
To select the setting display, hold the [M] button
for 2 seconds in the Dual Time Mode and the
flashing "SET" icon will appear.
m (Meter)
hold
[S/S]
° F(Fahrenheit)
° C (Celsius)
ft (Feet)
ft (Feet)
hold
[S/S]
To switch among different units, hold the [S/S]
button to change the unit following the adjacent
unit selection sequence.
Altimeter Adjustment
!
There are 4 kinds of adjustment methods: the Zero
Altitude, Absolute Altitude, Sea Level Pressure and
Factory Default Adjustment.
!
Zero Altitude: Adjust the altitude mandatorily to
zero for relative altitude measurement. If the
altimeter is adjusted by Zero Adjustment, the
indicator " r " will appear on the display.
!
Absolute Altitude: Set the altitude to a known
value and it can be recalled for the next setting.
!
Sea Level Pressure: Input a specific sea level
pressure obtained from an official site.
SET
A LT I
A LT I
Zero Altitude Display
Absolute Altitude Display
SET
Increase/decrease
the number at
a higher speed
SET
A LT I
A LT I
Factory Default Display
Sea Level Pressure Display
Adjustment Displays
The Watch can display altitude in meter (m) or
feet (ft) and temperature in degree Celsius ( ° C)
or degree Fahrenheit ( ° F).
!
Unit Selection Sequence
SET
Increase/ decrease
the number
!
° C (Celsius)
m (Meter)
!
!
hold
[S/S]
!
Factory Default: Restore the Watch to the default
factory setting (1013.2mb) which is assumed to
be the Sea Level Pressure.
NOTE: Altitude is calibrated independently of each
mode. For example, if the absolute altitude is
selected, the effect of previously set sea level
pressure will be ignored.
NOTE: The Watch includes an automatic Sea Level
Pressure comparison feature, this smart feature
prevents fluctuation altitude readings from being
recorded when staying at the same altitude.
10.4 Altimeter Mode - Sea Level Pressure Adjustment
10.2 Altimeter Mode - Zero Altitude Adjustment
How to Measure the Relative Altitude
2 seconds
!
A LT I
A LT I
A LT I
Why Need to adjust the Sea Level Pressure
The Watch can measure relative altitude, for
example, it can measure the
ascending or
descending altitude between the starting point and
the finish point of a trail.
!
!
A LT I
To achieve a more accurate reading, sea level
pressure needs to be updated from place to p l a c e
and from time to time.
How to
Adjust the Altimeter Using Sea Level
Pressure Adjustment
!
Altimeter Mode
hold
[M]
Altimeter Display
Done Display
hold
[M]
hold [M]
[M]
[M]
To measure the ascending or descending a l t i t u d e
of a trail by setting the current altitude to 'zero'
mandatorily at a reference point like the starting
point of a trail. An ‘r’ indicator will appear on the
display.
Adjust the Altimeter by Using Zero Altitude
Adjustment
!
[M]
!
A LT I
[M]
Zero Altitude Display
Altitude Adjustment
[S/S]
When the indicator "NO" appears, press the [S/S]
or [L/R] button to select between "YES" (reset the
altitude to zero) or "NO" (abort the resetting).
!
To exit the Adjustment Display, hold the [M] button
for 2 seconds, and then the Watch will go back to
the Altimeter Mode.
If the "YES" Display is
selected when exiting the Adjustment Display, the
"DONE" Display will appear for 2 seconds prior to
the normal operation.
[S/S] / [L/R]
A LT I
!
A LT I
NO Display
hold
[M]
[M]
[M]
[M]
To adjust the Watch by using Zero Altitude
Adjustment , press the [S/S] button in Zero Altitude
Display, and the indicator "NO" will appear.
!
SET
Altimeter Mode
hold
[M]
To select the Adjustment Display, hold the [M] button in
Altimeter Mode. Then press the [M] button to select
among the Zero Altitude, Absolute Altitude, Sea Level
Pressure and Factory Default Adjustment.
Altitude Adjustment
!
You can adjust the current altitude reading by sea
level pressure adjustment.
!
To select the Adjustment Display, hold the [M]
button in the Altimeter Mode. Then press the [M]
button to select among the Zero Altitude, Absolute
Altitude, Sea Level Pressure and Factory Default
Adjustment.
!
To adjust the altitude using Sea Level Pressure
Adjustment , press the [S/S] button on the Sea
L e v e l P r e ssu r e D i s p l a y, a n d th e se a l e v e l
pressure reading will appear.
!
When sea level pressure reading appears, press
the [S/S] or [L/R] button to increase or decrease
the number to the target one. (Hold down the
button changes the number at a higher speed).
!
If the adjustment is completed, hold the [M] button
to confirm and exit the adjustment display.
[M]
A LT I
Sea Level
Pressure Display
[S/S]
[S/S]/[L/R]
To restore the Watch to factory default, please
refer to the coming section "Altimeter Mode Factory Default Adjustment" for more details.
hold
[S/S]/[L/R]
A LT I
Yes Display
Zero Altitude Adjustment
As altitude is calculated from the mean sea level.
Air pressure changes contribute to the changes of
the mean sea level.
Increase / Decrease
the number
Increase / Decrease
the number
at a higher speed
Absolute Altitude Display
10.3 Altimeter Mode - Absolute Altitude Adjustment
10.5 Altimeter Mode - Factory Default Adjustment
Why the Altitude Needs to be Adjusted
!
To a c h i e v e a m o r e a c c u r a t e r e a d i n g , t h e
WeatherMaster needs to be calibrated from time to
time as pressure may change gradually even within
hours.
Before Adjusting the Altitude
Altimeter Mode
hold
[M]
hold
[M]
!
[M]
[M]
[M]
[M]
A LT I
Adjust the altimeter at a place where the altitude is
known, such as sea level (0m) or beside an a l t i t u d e
sign pole (e.g., 89 m) because the altitude will be
input into the Watch during the adjustment.
IMPORTANT: Inputting an incorrect altitude value during
the adjustment results a mistaken altitude reading in
future.
To Adjust the Altimeter by Using Absolute Altitude
Adjustment
!
Absolute Altitude Display
Altitude Adjustment
!
[S/S]
[S/S]/[L/R]
hold
[S/S]/[L/R]
Absolute Altitude Display
Increase / Decrease
the number
Increase / Decrease
the number
at a higher speed
You can adjust the current altitude reading to an
absolute altitude value.
To adjust the altitude using Absolute Altitude
Adjustment , press the [S/S] button on the Absolute
Altitude Display, and the altitude reading will appear.
!
When the altitude reading appears, press the [ S / S ]
or [L/R] button to increase or decrease the number
to the target one. (Hold down the button to change
the number at a higher speed).
!
A LT I
If the setting is completed, hold the [M] button to
confirm setting and exit the adjustment display.
!
You can adjust the altitude reading calculation
back to the factory default value.
!
To select the adjustment display, hold the [M]
button in the Altimeter Mode. Then press the [M]
button to select among the Zero Altitude,
Absolute Altitude, Sea Level Pressure and
Factory Default Adjustment.
!
To adjust the altitude using the factory default
adjustment (restore to the factory default by
setting the sea level pressure at 1013.2mb),
press the [S/S] button on the Factory Default
Display, and the indicator "NO" will appear.
!
When the indicator "NO" appears, press the [S/S]
or [L/R] button to select between "YES" (reset
the pressure to factory default) or "NO" (abort
the resetting).
!
To exit the Adjustment Display, hold the [M]
button for 2 seconds, and then the Watch will go
back to the Altimeter Mode. If the "YES" Display
is selected when exiting the Adjustment Display,
the "DONE" Display will appear for 2 seconds
prior to the normal operation.
A LT I
"DONE" Display
Altimeter Mode
hold
[M]
hold
[M]
[M]
[M]
[M]
SET
[M]
A LT I
Altitude Adjustment
To select the Adjustment Display, hold the [M] button
in the Altimeter Mode. Then press the [M] button
once again to select among the Zero Altitude,
Absolute Altitude, Sea Level Pressure and Factory
Default Adjustment.
!
How to Adjust the Altimeter Using Factory
Default Adjustment
2 seconds
!
A LT I
A LT I
As the absolute altitude is calculated from air
pressure, the change of air pressure will affect the
altitude reading.
[S/S]
Factory Default Display
[S/S] / [L/R]
A LT I
BARO
A LT I
hold
[M]
"NO" Display
"YES" Display
Factory Default Adjustment
11.0 Barometer Mode - Temperature and History Display
Sea level
pressure
current
temperature
[S/S]
current
pressure
current
time
Sea Level Pressure Display
[S/S]
[S/S]
Current
pressure
[L/R]
Sea Level Pressure
History Display
(-2 to -23 hour)
[L/R]
BARO
[L/R]
- 23
hour
cursor moving current
direction
time
Before Calibrating the Barometer
!
The Watch includes three Barometer functional
displays: Temperature, Sea Level Pressure and
History Displays.
Current Pressure
Display
(Current Time)
One of the three functional displays will appear in
the top row of the display. The current (history)
pressure and the current (history) time are shown in
the middle row and bottom row of the display
respectively.
Temperature Display
!
O n t h e Te m p e r a t u r e D i s p l a y,
the current
temperature in degree Celsius ( ° C) or degree
Fahrenheit (° F) is shown in the top row of the
display.
IMPORTANT: If you want to have an accurate reading
of air temperature, you must take off the watch from
the wrist that prevents body temperature effect on
your watch.
Sea Level Pressure Display
! On the Sea Level Pressure Display, the current sea
level pressure is shown in the top row of the display.
Sea Level Pressure History Display
!
The Watch records the sea level pressure readings
automatically on the hour, i.e 1:00, 2:00, 3:00 and
etc. These records will be plotted into a pressure
record graph.
!
In Sea Level History Display, the pressure record
graph is shown in the top row of the display.
!
To review the pressure records of the last 23 hours,
press the [L/R] button to move the cursor to the left
cyclically, and the corresponding pressure record
and its recording time (flashing) will appear on the
display according the adjacent diagram.
[L/R]
flashing cursor
(1 st record at the hour)
BARO
respective sea level
pressure
Sea Level Pressure
History Review
Functional Display
!
!
BARO
BARO
Temperature Display
11.2 Barometer Mode - Absolute Pressure Adjustment
BARO
Barometer Mode
hold
[M]
hold
[M]
Sea Level Pressure
History Display
(1st Record at the hour)
!
You can adjust the current pressure reading to
an absolute pressure value.
!
To select the Adjustment Display, hold the [M]
button in the Barometer Mode. Then press the
[M] button to select between the Absolute
Pressure Adjustment and Factory Default
Adjustment.
!
To adjust the pressure using Absolute Pressure
Adjustment , press the [S/S] button on the
Absolute Pressure Display, and the pressure
reading will appear.
!
When the pressure reading appears, press the
[S/S] or [L/R] button to increase / decrease the
number. ( Hold the button to change the number
at a higher speed).
!
If the setting is completed, hold the [M] button to
confirm setting and exit the adjustment display.
[M]
BARO
BARO
Absolute Pressure Display
Factory Default Display
[S/S]
[S/S]/[L/R]
Increase (decrease)
the number
hold
[S/S]/[L/R]
BARO
flashing
You have to know the absolute pressure of your
current position because that pressure value will
be input into the Watch during the adjustment.
IMPORTANT: Inputting an incorrect pressure during
the calibration procedure results a mistaken
pressure reading in future.
How to Adjust the Barometer Using Absolute
Pressure Adjustment
Increase (decrease)
the number
at a higher speed
Absolute Pressure Display
Barometer Mode
11.1 Barometer Mode - Unit Selection and Barometer Adjustment
11.3 Barometer Mode - Factory Default Adjustment
How to Switch between Units
hold
[S/S]
hold
[S/S]
°F (Fahrenheit)
inHg
hold
[S/S]
°C (Celsius)
inHg
hold
[S/S]
°F(Fahrenheit)
mb/hPa
hold
[S/S]
°C (Celsius)
mb/hPa
Unit Selection Sequence
!
The Watch can display pressure in mb/hPa or
inHg and temperature in degree Celsius ( ° C) or
degree Fahrenheit ( ° F).
!
To switch among different units, hold the [S/S]
button to change the units following the adjacent
unit selection sequence.
Why the Barometer Needs to be Adjusted
!
The Watch has been calibrated for you in the
factory. For normal use, you do not need to
calibrate the Barometer.
!
!
BARO
BARO
Absolute Pressure Display
Factory Default Display
There are 2 kinds of Barometer adjustment
methods: Absolute Pressure and Factory Default
Adjustment.
Absolute Pressure: Input the known atmospheric
pressure into the Watch directly.
!
Factory Default: Restore the Watch to the factory
default setting.
!
For in-depth information for each adjustment
method, please read the coming sections for
details.
You can adjust the pressure reading calculation
back to the factory default value.
!
To select the Adjustment Display, hold the [M]
button in the Barometer Mode. Then press the
[M] button to select between the Absolute
Pressure Adjustment and Factory Default
Adjustment.
!
To adjust the pressure using the factory default
adjustment, press the [S/S] button on the Factory
Default Display, and the indicator "NO" will
appear.
!
When the indicator "NO" appears, press the [S/S]
or [L/R] button to select between "YES" (reset
the pressure to the factory default) or "NO"
(abort the resetting).
!
To exit Adjustment Display, hold the [M] button
for 2 seconds, and then the Watch will go back
to the Barometer Mode. If the "YES" Display is
selected when exiting the Adjustment Display, the
"DONE" Display will appear for 2 seconds prior
to the normal operation.
"DONE" Display
Barometer Mode
hold
[M]
!
BARO
BARO
hold
[M]
!
For serious users, the watch can be adjusted or
calibrated.
Barometer Adjustment
How to Adjust the Barometer Using Factory
Default Adjustment
2 seconds
SET
SET
[M]
BARO
BARO
Absolute Pressure Display
Factory Default Display
[S/S]
[S/S] / [L/R]
Adjustment Displays
BARO
BARO
"NO" Display
"YES" Display
Factory Default Adjustment
hold
[M]
12.2 Compass Mode - Compass Mode
12.0 Compass Mode - Precautions
Precautions for using the Compass
!
compass direction
!
bearing direction
of navigation
direction
The Watch, like most magnetic compass, points
to the magnetic north which is slightly different
from the true north. Check the 'What is Magnetic
Declination' section for more details.
magnetic north pole
pointer
COMP
!
Perform the compass calibration from time to
time, because the calibration can ensure the
precision of the compass.
!
To achieve an accurate result, you should avoid
measuring direction on the following conditions:
1) The watch is placed close to the magnetic
objects,
2) The watch is placed close to
the metal
objects,
3) The watch is placed close to the electrical
appliances
4) The watch is placed inside a moving object or
a ferroconcrete building.
current time
Digital Compass Mode
Compass Mode
Keep your Watch away from magnets or any
appliances which may contain magnetic objects
such as mobile phones, speakers, motors and
etc.
navigation direction
COMP
COMP
!
In the Compass Mode, the top row of the display
shows the compass direction.
!
The middle row of the display shows the bearing
direction.
!
The bottom row of the display shows the current
time in hour and minute.
!
Normal Display
The pointer encircled the display shows the
direction of magnetic North analogically.
IDLE Mode
Idle Display
!
If no key is pressed for about 1 minute, the watch
will go to the IDLE Mode automatically. To activate
the compass again, press any button.
Distortion
COMP
!
If distortion is detected, the indicator "OFF CAL"
and flashing bearing direction will appear.
!
Please refer to the coming section "Calibrating the
Compass" to restore the compass to normal
operation when distortion is detected.
Distortion display
Compass Mode
12.1 Compass Mode - Compass Directions and Bearing Directions
N
object D
NW
N
point A
SE
object C
Compass Directions
SSW
SW
WSW
W
WNW
NW
NNW
Compass Directions
North
North Northeast
Northeast
East Northeast
East
East Southeast
Southeast
South Southeast
South
South Southwest
Southwest
West Southwest
West
West Northwest
Northwest
North Northwest
The Direction of an Object
!
0°
object D
315°
E
object B
Marks
N
NNE
NE
ENE
E
ESE
SE
SSE
S
0°
angular
difference
point
A
90°
object B
135°
Bearing Directions
The direction of an object from a point can be
specified in either compass directions or bearing
directions.
305°
!
The compass directions are shown in the
adjacent table.
!
!
0°
0°
[S/S]
COMP
backward
bearing
indicator
Norm al Bearin g Dire ctio n
125°
Backward Bearin g Dire ctio n
The Bearing direction of an object is defined as
the angular difference between North and the
object. (Assume 0 ° for due North, and the
measuring range is from 0 ° to 359 ° ).
compass
lock indicator
For example, in the figure on the left, the bearing
direction of object B from point A is 90 ° . The
bearing direction of object C from point A is 135 ° .
The bearing direction of object D from point A is
315 ° .
[L/R]
COMP
Dire ctio n Unlo cked
!
The Watch includes a backward bearing function.
!
The backward bearing direction is the bearing
direction in the opposite direction from the
normal bearing direction.
!
When the 'Backward Bearing' indicator "
"
appears, the Watch is showing the backward
bearing direction of the navigation direction.
COMP
0°
!
For example, in the figure on the left, the
compass direction of object B from point A is due
East. The compass direction of object C from
point A is Southeast. The compass direction of
object D from point A is Northwest.
The Bearing Directions
Backward Bearing Direction
backward
bearing
direction
normal
bearing
direction
! The Watch includes both compass directions and
bearing directions.
The Compass Directions
object C
Bearing Directions
12.3 Compass Mode - Backward Bearing Direction and Compass Lock
COMP
Dire ctio n Locked
!
In the Compass Mode, press the [S/S] button to
select between normal and backward bearing
directions.
Compass Lock
!
The Watch includes a compass lock function that
locks useful direction reading.
!
In the Compass Mode, press the [L/R] button to
lock/unlock the direction reading.
!
When the "Lock" indicator "
" appears, the
compass direction, bearing direction and the
magnetic north pole pointer are locked.
!
Compass Lock will be released automatically
when the Watch enters IDLE Mode.
12.4 Compass Mode - Applications of the Compass
12.6 Compass Mode - Magnetic Declination Compensation
Check your position by Backward Bearing Directions
!
0
mountain A
!
270°
mountain B
point A
!
135°
Check Current Position By Backward Bearing
!
point E
(finish point)
0
3120 m
315°
point D
0°
315°
Use a ruler to draw a line 135° from the north at the
mountain A to your current position on the map. Draw
another line 270° from the north at the mountain B to
your current position on the map.
Yo ur current position on the map will be the
intersection (point A) of the lines 135 ° from the
mountain A and 270° from the mountain B.
!
Check the Trek Course Correctly
During a trekking, the Watch can keep your course in
a correct way. For example, the correct trail starts
from point A and finishes at point E as drawn on the
adjacent map.
!
Mark the points (identifiable landmarks) where the trail
turns its direction or the trail branches its way, such
as the points A, B, C, D and E on the adjacent map.
!
Find out the bearing directions of point B from point A
(315 ° ), point C from point B (0 ° ), point D from point C
(225 ° ), and then point E from point D (315 ° ).
4110 m
point B
!
2120 m
A Sample Trail on a Map
During the trekking, make sure that the heading
direction is 315° from point A to point B. Performing
the similar checking in other sections of the trail
helps you keep your course correctly.
IMPORTANT: If you are in doubt of the directions and
positions of the trail, consult the park administration office
before starting the trekking.
point A
(starting point)
What is Magnetic Declination
!
The Magnetic North Pole is slightly different from the
True North Pole.
!
The WeatherMaster, like most magnetic compass,
points to the Magnetic North Pole. On the contrary,
everything measured on a map is related to the True
North Pole.
!
The angular difference between Magnetic North Pole
and True North Pole is called magnetic declination. Its
magnitude (degrees and minutes) and direction
(easterly and westerly) depend on where you are in the
world.
!
For a serious compass user who intends to perform an
accurate navigation, the compass must be adjusted for
magnetic declination.
True North
Magnetic
Declination
Magnetic
Declination
magnetic
declination
23° W
true north
0°
Magnetic Declination Compensation
true
bearing
300°
!
object B
!
To compensate for an object's bearing, either
subtract westerly (W) magnetic declination or add
easterly(E) magnetic declination with the
magnetic bearing.
Example 1: Westerly magnetic declination
23°and the compass needle points 323°.
! TB = MB - W. When MB = 323 ° ; W =23 °
magnetic
bearing
323°
! TB = 323 ° - 23 °
point A
Tru e Bearin g (T B) =
Magneti c Bearin g (M B) - Weste rly Magneti c Decli nati on (W )
300° (T B) = 323° (M B) - 23 ° (W )
Compensate th e Bearin g
with Weste rly (W ) Magnetic Declin atio n
true north
0°
! The true bearing is 300°.
!
Example 2: Easterly magnetic declination 22°
and the compass needle points 278°.
! TB = MB + E. When MB = 278 ° ; E = 22 °
! TB = 278 ° + 22 °
magnetic
declination
22° E
! TB = 300°
magnetic
north
object B
true
bearing
300°
magnetic
bearing
278°
! TB = 300°
! The true bearing is 300°.
!
The Watch allows you to compensate the
compass bearing at a place where the magnetic
declination is either Westerly declination or
Easterly declination.
!
Check the coming section "Calibrating the
Compass" for more details of the setting.
point A
Tru e Bearin g (T B) =
Magneti c Bearin g (M B) + Easte rly Magneti c Decli nati on (E )
300° (T B) = 278° (M B) + 22° (E )
Compensate th e Bearin g
with Easte rly (E ) Magnetic Declin atio n
12.7 Compass Mode - Magnetic Declination at Major Cities
12.5 Compass Mode - Magnetic Declination
Magnetic
North
magnetic
north
Check out the backward bearing directions of
mountains A and B from your current position, for
example 135 ° from mountain A and 270 ° from
mountain B.
!
point C
225°
Spot two distant identifiable landmarks like mountains,
light-house, fort or building from your current position,
for example the mountains A and B.
!
The Watch also includes a compensation setting for
Magnetic Declination. Check the coming section
"Calibrating the compass - Magnetic Declination Mode"
for more details.
Magnetic Declination Information
!
Most topographic maps include a small arrow which
shows the magnetic north pole and magnetic
declination information.
!
For the benefit of the user, this m a n u a l i n c l u d e s t h e
magnetic declinations for some major cities. Check the
coming section 'Magnetic Declination at Major Cities'
for more details.
!
For those cities, their names are not included on the
list, please check the online magnetic declination
information at:
1.http://www.geolab.nrcan.gc.ca/geomag/e_cgrf.html
2.Http://www.ngdc.noaa.gov/cgibin/seg/gmag/fldsnth1.pl
No. Country/Place
Major City
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
Kabul
Canberra
Vienna
Manama
Dhaka
Brussels
Brasilia
Ottawa
Santiago
Beijing
Hong Kong
San Jose
Havana
Prague
Copenhagen
Cairo
Helsinki
Paris
Berlin
Athens
Budapest
New Delhi
Jakarta
Jerusalem
Rome
Tokyo
Amman
Nairobi
Seoul
Kuala Lumpur
Mexico City
Kathmandu
Afghanistan
Australia
Austria
Bahrain
Bangladesh
Belgium
Brazil
Canada
Chile
China
China
Costa Rica
Cuba
Czech Republic
Denmark
Egypt
Finland
France
Germany
Greece
Hungary
India
Indonesia
Israel
Italy
Japan
Jordan
Kenya
Korea
Malaysia
Mexico
Nepal
Declination
+3E
+12E
+3E
+2E
+0E
+0E
-21W
-14W
+3E
-6W
-2W
-1W
-4W
+3E
+3E
+4E
+8E
-1W
+3E
+4E
+4E
+1E
+1E
+4E
+2E
-7W
+4E
+0E
-8W
+0E
+6E
+0E
No. Country/Place
Major City
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
49
50
51
52
53
54
55
56
57
58
59
60
61
62
63
64
Amsterdam
Wellington
Oslo
Islamabad
Manila
Lisbon
Moscow
Singapore
Cape Town
Madrid
Stockholm
Bern
Tai-pei
Bangkok
Abu Dhabi
London
Washington, DC
Juneau
Phoenix
Little Rock
Sacramento
Denver
Atlanta
Honolulu
Boston
Saint Paul
Jackson
Santa Fe
Oklahoma City
Salem
Harrisburg
Salt Lake City
Netherlands
New Zealand
Norway
Pakistan
Philippines
Portugal
Russia
Singapore
South Africa
Spain
Sweden
Switzerland
Taiwan
Thailand
UAE
United Kingdom
United States
United States
United States
United States
United States
United States
United States
United States
United States
United States
United States
United States
United States
United States
United States
United States
Declination
+0E
+22E
+2E
+2E
-1W
-3W
+10E
+0E
-24W
-2W
+5E
+1E
-4W
-1W
+2E
-2W
-11W
+22E
+11E
+1E
+14E
+9E
-4W
+10E
-15W
+1E
+0E
+9E
+5E
+16E
-11W
+12E
NOTE: Since magnetic declinations will be changed with time, it is recommended to check the updated data from following sites:
http://www.magnetic-declination.com/ & http://www.ngdc.noaa.gov/geomagmodels/Declination.jsp
12.8 Calibrating Mode - Calibration the Compass
Compass Mode
hold [M]
hold [M]
When to Calibrate the Compass
Magnetic Declination Mode
!
!
The Watch has to employ a compass calibration
in one of the following conditions:
1) The Watch is being used for the first time,
2) The battery is replaced,
3) The bearing direction digits are flashing and
the "OFF CAL" indicator appears,
4) The compass is used in a location that is
apart from the place in which the compass
has been calibrated,
5) The user intends to manitain the precision of
the digital compass.
How to Calibrate the Compass
COMP
!
[M]
COMP
COMP
Rotation
Calibration Display
Magnetic
Declination Display
12.10 Calibrating the compass - Magnetic Declination Mode
The compass calibration includes two different
processes: Rotation Calibration Mode and
Magnetic Declination Setting.
COMP
Compass Mode
hold [M]
hold [M]
SET
[M]
Check the coming section "Magnetic Declination
at Major Cities" to choose the magnetic
declination of the city which is close to your
current position. The angle will be input into the
Watch during the calibration.
!
To select Magnetic Declination Display, press the
[M] button in Rotation Calibration Display.
!
When the current magnetic declination appears,
press the [S/S] or [L/R] button to increase/
decrease the number. (Hold down the button to
change the number at a higher speed).
!
When the setting is completed, hold the [M]
button to confirm the setting and exit the
adjustment display.
COMP
COMP
!
It is advisable to conduct both calibrations from
time to time to achieve a more accurate reading.
I M P O R TA N T : I f t h e c o m p a s s h a s n o t b e e n
calibrated, the direction made by the compass may
be inaccurate.
Rotation Calibration
Stop Display
Magnetic
Declination Display
hold [S/S]/[L/R]
Compass Calibration
[S/S]/[L/R]
Increase / Decrease
the number
Increase / Decrease
the number
at a higher speed
Compass Calibration
12.9 Calibrating the compass - Compass Rotation Calibration Mode
Rotation Calibration Display
Low Battery Detection
To select the Rotation Calibration Display, hold
the [M] button in the Compass Mode.
!
!
To start rotation calibration, press [S/S] button
once. The pointers will start rotating, turning the
watch (keep your watch horizontally) in the same
direction of the rotating pointers for more than 2
turns.
!
Compass Mode
hold [M]
[M]
COMP
COMP
Rotation Calibration
Stop Display
[S/S]
Magnetic
Declination Display
[S/S] / [L/R]
pointers
rotated at
15 seconds
per turn
COMP
Rotation Calibration
Turning Display
Compass Calibration
13.0 Low Battery Indication & Battery Replacement
!
COMP
hold [M]
Magnetic
Declination Display
!
Press [S/S] or [L/R] button to stop the calibration
when the 2-turn rotation calibration is completed.
!
When the pointer stops rotating, hold the [M]
button to go back to the Compass Mode or press
the [M] button once to set the magnetic
declination.
Low Batte ry In dic atio n
When the battery-low indicator appears on the
display, it means that the capacity of the
battery is low. It is recommended to replace the
battery with a new CR2032 battery.
However, if the appearance of battery-low
indicator is caused by using the Watch under
very cold condition, the indicator will disappear
when normal temperature returns.
NOTE: It is recommended to complete the battery
replacement by a certified service agency because
this Watch contains delicate electronic sensors and
components.
NOTE: The memory will be cleared when the
battery is replaced. Follow the previous section
"Calibrating the Compass" to calibrate the compass
before using the Compass.
14.0 Power Saving Mode
Current Time Mode
Hold [L/R]
5 second
15.0 Specifications
Power Saving Mode
+ This Watch has a Power Saving Function which can
turn off the LCD display so that the battery can last
longer.
+ In the Power Saving Mode, the watch function is still
working normally. (i.e. The timekeeping function is
still running in Power Saving Mode.)
How to enter/exit the Power Saving Mode
+ To enter the Power Saving Mode, hold down the
[L/R] button in Current Time Mode for about 5
seconds and the LCD display will be turned off.
+ Press any key in Power Saving Mode to exit this
mode and the LCD display will be resumed.
Any button
Altimeter Mode
Resolution
! 1m (1ft)
Measuring range
! -706m to 9164m (-2316ft to 30065ft)
Sampling Interval
!
First 5 minutes: 1 second
Current Time Mode
! Hour, minute, second, am, pm, month, date, and
day of week/ sea level pressure history display/
altitude history/ temperature
Time System
! 12-hour or 24-hour format
Calendar System
! Auto-Calendar pre-programmed from the year
2004 to 2099
Weather Forecast
! 4 symbols to indicate the predicated weather
Daily Alarm Mode
! 2 daily alarms
! Hourly chime
Alarm Sound
! Sounds for 30 seconds at preset time of real time
clock
Chronograph Mode
Resolution
! 1/100 second
Measuring Range
! 99 hours 59 minutes 59.99 seconds
Measuring Mode
! 100 laps memory
! Recall lap memory and total time
! 99 hours 59 minutes 59 seconds
Operation Mode
! Countdown
Quick Set
!
6 quick preset Values (1, 3, 5, 10, 15 and 45
minutes)
Timer Sounds
! Sounds for 30 seconds when counting to zero
Pacer Mode
Measuring range
! 30 BPM to 180 BPM (an increment of 5)
Step counter
!
Up to 99999 steps
0° to 359° (digital)
! Electro-Luminescent (EL) backlight
Battery
! 300 hPa/mbar to 1100 hPa/mbar (8.85 inHg to
32.48 inHg)
Sampling Interval
!
!
! 1 second resolution
Measuring range
!
! 1 to 60 pointers (graphical)
Others
!1 hPa/mbar (0.01 inHg)
Measuring Range
First 5 minutes: 1 second
! 0.1 °C (0.1°F)
Measuring range
Timer Mode
Resolution
1° display (digital)
! Digital backward bearing
Backlight
!
15.0 Specifications
!
! 1 to 60 pointers (graphical)
Measuring range
! After 5 minutes: 1 minute
History Recall
Barometer Mode
Resolution
! After 5 minutes: 1 minute
History Recall
Thermometer
Resolution
Power Saving Mode
(LCD display turned off)
Compass Mode
Resolution
-10.0 °C to 60.0 °C (14.0 °F to 140.0 °F)
!
Digital bearing reading Lock
Single 3V lithium battery (CR2032)
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