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Operation Guide 2515
6. After you input the name, press C as many times as necessary to move the cursor to the number area. â¢ When the cursor is located at the eighth space of the name area, moving the cursor to the right causes it to jump to the first digit of the number. When the cursor is at the 15th digit of the number, moving it to the right (by pressing C) causes it to jump to the first character in the name. â¢ Pressing C moves the cursor the right, while B moves it to the left. 7. In the number area, use E and D to cycle through numbers and symbols (hyphen, brackets, space) at the cursor position. The characters cycle in the sequence shown below.
x 0 to 9 [ ] (space)
3. Use C and B to move the flashing in the sequence shown below to select other settings.
Hour Minutes Month Day
4. While a setting is flashing, use E (+) and D (â) to change it. â¢ To set an alarm that does not include a month (Daily alarm, Monthly alarm), set x for the month. Use E and D until the x mark appears (between 12 and 1) while month setting is flashing. â¢ To set an alarm that does not include a day (Daily alarm, 1-Month alarm), set xx for the day. Use E and D until the xx mark appears (between the end of the month and 1) while the day setting is flashing. â¢ When setting the alarm time using the 12-hour format, take care to set the time correctly as a.m. (A indicator) or p.m. (P indicator). 5. Press A to exit the setting screen.
8. When the character you want is at the cursor position, press C to move the cursor to the right. 9. Repeat steps 7 and 8 until you complete number input. â¢ You can input up to 15 digits for the number. â¢ The number initially contains all hyphens. You can leave the hyphens as they are or replace them with numbers or other symbols (brackets, space). 10. Press A to store your data and return to the Data Bank record screen (without the cursor). â¢ When you press A to store data, the name and number you input flash for about one second as Data Bank records are sorted. After the sort operation is complete, the Data Bank record screen appears. â¢ The name can show only three characters at a time, so longer text scrolls continuously from right to left. The last character is indicated by the symbol after it.
The alarm tone sounds at the preset time for 10 seconds, regardless of the mode the watch is in. In the case of the snooze alarm, the alarm repeats up to seven times every five minutes until you turn the alarm off or change it to a one-time alarm. â¢ Pressing any button stops the alarm tone operation. â¢ Any time you display the setting screen while the Alarm1 screen is on the display, Alarm1 automatically becomes a one-time alarm. â¢ Displaying the Timekeeping Mode setting screen during a 5-minute interval between snooze alarms stops the current snooze alarm operation (but snooze alarm remains as the alarm type setting).
To recall Data Bank records In the Data Bank Mode, use E (+) and D (â) to scroll through Data Bank records on the display. â¢ Pressing E while the last Data Bank record is on the display or D while the first record is on the display displays the new data screen. To edit a Data Bank record 1. In the Data Bank Mode, use E (+) and D (â) to scroll through the records and display the one you want to edit. 2. Hold down A until the flashing cursor appears on the display. 3. Use C (right) and B (left) to move the flashing to the character you want to change. 4. Use E (forward) and D (back) to change the character. 5. After making the changes that you want, press A to store them and return to the Data Bank record screen. To delete a Data Bank record 1. In the Data Bank Mode, use E (+) and D (â) to scroll through the records and display the one you want to delete. 2. Hold down A until the flashing cursor appears on the display. 3. Press B and C at the same time to delete the record. â¢ The message CLR appears to indicate that the record is being deleted. After the record is deleted, the cursor appears on the display, ready for input. 4. Input data or press A to return to the Data Bank record screen.
To test the alarm In the Alarm Mode, hold down C to sound the alarm. To turn Alarms 2 through 5 and the hourly time signal on and off Alarm on indicators 1. In the Alarm Mode, use E and D to select a one-time alarm (alarm number 2 through 5) or the Hourly Time Signal. 2. Press C to toggle it on and off. â¢ The on/off status of Alarms 2 through 5 is shown by indicators along the bottom of the displays ( = on). The SIG indicator shows the on (displayed)/off (not displayed) status of the hourly time signal. â¢ The alarm on indicators and hourly time signal indicator are displayed in all modes. â¢ While an alarm is sounding, the applicable alarm on Hourly time signal indicator flashes on the display.
To select the operation of Alarm1 1. In the Alarm Mode, use E and D to select Alarm1. 2. Press C to cycle through the available settings in the sequence shown below.
SNZ indicator and Alarm1 on indicator
Alarm number Alarm time (Hour : Minutes)
One-time alarm on Snooze alarm on
You can set up to five independent multi-function alarms with hour, minutes, month, and day. When an alarm is turned on, the alarm tone sounds when the alarm time is reached. You can select either a one-time alarm or snooze alarm that repeats up to seven times, every five minutes. You can also turn on an Hourly Time Signal that causes the watch to beep twice every hour on the hour. â¢ There are five alarms numbered1 through 5. You can configure Alarm1 as a snooze alarm or a one-timealarm. Alarms 2 through 5 can be used as one-time alarms only. Alarm date â¢ Alarm settings (and Hourly Time Signal settings) are (MonthâDay) available in the Alarm Mode, which you enter by pressing B.
â¢ The SNZ indicator and Alarm1 on indicator are displayed in all modes. â¢ The SNZ indicator flashes during the 5-minute intervals between alarms. â¢ The alarm indicator (Alarm1 on and/or SNZ) flashes while the alarm is sounding.
Hours Minutes Seconds
Timekeeping Mode time
The stopwatch lets you measure elapsed time, split times, and two finishes. â¢ The display range of the stopwatch is 23 hours, 59 minutes, 59.99 seconds. â¢ The stopwatch continues to run, restarting from zero after it reaches its limit, until you stop it. â¢ The stopwatch measurement operation continues even if you exit the Stopwatch Mode. â¢ Exiting the Stopwatch Mode while a split time is frozen on the display clears the split time and returns to elapsed time measurement. â¢ All of the operations in this section are performed in the Stopwatch Mode, which you enter by pressing B.
The alarm type is determined by the settings you make, as described below. â¢ Daily alarm Set the hour and minutes for the alarm time. This type of setting causes the alarm to sound everyday at the time you set. â¢ Date alarm Set the month, day, hour and minutes for the alarm time. This type of setting causes the alarm to sound at the specific time, on the specific date you set. â¢ 1-Month alarm Set the month, hour and minutes for the alarm time. This type of setting causes the alarm to sound everyday at the time you set, only during the month you set. â¢ Monthly alarm Set the day, hour and minutes for the alarm time. This type of setting causes the alarm to sound every month at the time you set, on the day you set.
Timekeeping Mode time 1/100 second
To measure times with the stopwatch
Elapsed Time C
Start â¤C Stop â¤C Re-start â¤C Stop â¤A Clear
Split Time C
Start â¤A Split
â¤A Split release
To set an alarm time
1. In the Alarm Mode, use E and D to scroll through the alarm screens until the one whose time you want to set is displayed.
Alarm1 Time Signal Alarm 2
Two Finishes C
Start â¤A Split
First runner finishes. Display time of first runner.
Second runner finishes.
â¤A Split release
Display time of second runner.
â¢ Each of the five alarm screens has an alarm number. The hourly time signal screen does not have an alarm number. 2. After you select an alarm, hold down A until the hour setting of the alarm time starts to flash, which indicates the setting screen. â¢ This operation automatically turns on the alarm.