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USING SUNRISE & SUNSET MODE
A few seconds after pressing C twice in the Timekeeping Mode, the display will move to the Sunrise Moon phase & Sunset Mode. The display shows sunrise time, moon age, and moon phase for the date indicated in the time mode. When sunrise, sunset, and moon age data for other dates is required, press A or D in this mode to obtain the required date. Hold down for rapid advance. When required date has been Sunrise time set, the display will show sunrise, sunset, and moon age data for this date after approx. 20 seconds.
AUTO DISPLAY FUNCTION
The Auto Display function of this watch continually changes the contents of the display. Note that you cannot use any of the watchâs other functions while the Auto Display function is operating.
To turn the Auto Display on
Hold down C for about two or three seconds in any mode until the watch beeps.
To turn the Auto Display off
Hold down C for about two or three seconds until the watch beeps. At this time the watch is in the Timekeeping Mode. Note The Auto Display function cannot be performed while you are making settings (i.e. while digits or other setting are flashing on the display).
â¢ The sunrise or sunset time is that of the surface at 0 meter sea level. (So, it is not able that the Sunset time sunrise or sunset time displayed may include an error depending on where you are.) â¢ Minimum display unit is: approx. Â±5 minutes where is at less than 50Â° in latitude and approx. Â±10 minutes at 50Â° or more in latitude. â¢ Sunrise & sunset time is indicated by 5 minutes unit.
Precaution for Sunrise & Sunset Mode
USING DAILY ALARM
The alarm beeper will sound for 20 seconds everyday the preset time until cleared when daily alarm is set. Press any button to stop beeper. A signal will sound every hour on the hour if time signal is set. Sound demonstration Press and hold A in Alarm Mode to sound beeper. 1)Press B in the Alarm Mode to set new alarm time. 2)Each press of C shifts the flashing position. 3)Pressing A increase digit by one. Hold down for rapid advance. 4)Press B to complete.
Display automatically returns to initial Alarm Mode display if left unused for a few minutes.
On or off setting of alarm and time signal
In the Alarm Mode, each push of D button will change alarm ON/OFF as follows.
appears when alarm is ON. appears when time signal is ON.
A signal confirms each button operation.
Total elapsed time display is limited to 23 hours 59 minutes 59.99 seconds. Thereafter it will be automatically reset and started again. Net time measurement
Start Stop Re-start Stop Reset
Split time measurement Start Split Split release Stop Reset
1st-2nd place times
The first runner finishes.
The second runner finishes. Record the time of the first runner.
Record the time of the second runner.
â¢ Various moon time information for a specification can be calculated by inputting of longitude, latitude and time difference from GMT. Therefore correct entries are necessary. For world time zones, see the time zone chart booklet attached. â¢ When summer time adjustment is made, donât forget to adjust time difference from GMT. â¢ When location is changed, new location data should be inputted to get correct moon time information. â¢ When the watch shows wrong moon time information compared with actual observed values, or estimated values by public authorities, check entries in the following order: year setting, time difference from GMT, LONGITUDE, LATITUDE, EAST OR WEST, NORTH OR SOUTH.