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Cal. H024
INSTRUCTIONS
INSTRUCTIONS
INSTRUCCIONES
BEDIENUNGSANLEITUNG
ISTRUZIONI
INSTRUÇÕES
(P.
3)
(P.
33)
(P.
63)
(S. 93)
(P. 123)
(P. 153)
(183
)

Summary of Contents

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    Cal. H024 INSTRUCTIONS INSTRUCTIONS INSTRUCCIONES BEDIENUNGSANLEITUNG (S. 93) ISTRUZIONI (P. 123) INSTRUÇÕES (P. 153) (183...

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    You are now the proud owner of a SEIKO Duo-Display Watch Cal. H024. For best results, please read the instructions in this booklet carefully before using your SEIKO Duo-Display Watch. Please keep this manual handy for ready reference. Vous voici l’heureux propriétaire d’une montre double affichage SEIKO Cal. H024. Pour en obtenir d’excellentes performances, veuillez lire attentivement les explications suivantes avant d’utiliser la...

  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    CONTENTS Page FEATURES ........................BUTTONS & DISPLAY ....................MODE CHANGE ......................TIME/CALENDAR MODE ................... STOPWATCH MODE ....................MEMORY RECALL MODE ..................TIMER MODE ......................ALARM MODE ......................ALARM TEST AND DEMONSTRATION MODE ............NOTES ON OPERATING THE WATCH ............... BATTERY LIFE INDICATOR ..................BATTERY CHANGE .....................

  • Page 4: Features

    SEIKO DUO-DISPLAY QUARTZ Cal. H024 FEATURES STOPWATCH TIME/CALENDAR ● Hour and minute hands ● Measures up to 23 hours, 59 ● Fully automatic calendar from minutes and 59.999 seconds in Jan. 1. 2006 to Dec. 31, 2055 1/1000-second increments ●...

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    BUTTONS & DISPLAY [TIME/CALENDAR mode] Hour hand Minute hand Mode indicator...

  • Page 6: Mode Change

    MODE CHANGE With each press, the mode in the digital display changes in the following order: Mode indicator ❋ : The flashing STOPWATCH/ TIMER indicator in any display m o d e s h o w s t h a t t h e stopwatch/timer is counting.

  • Page 7: Time/calendar Mode

    TIME/CALENDAR MODE (TIME) ● The calendar adjusts automatically for odd and even months including February of leap years from 2006 up to 2055. Press to show TIME/CALENDAR mode. [FULL (Time & Calendar) Display] [D&D(Day & Date) Display] Date Date Minute hand Hour hand ★...

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    TIME/CALENDAR SETTING ● Set the digital time first before setting the analogue time, as the hour and minute hands move together with the digital time. ● If the digital time display cannot be seen because of positions of the hour and minute hands, advance them by pressing button D before setting the digital time.

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    Analogue time setting Press to show analogue time setting display. Press repeatedly to set Hour and Minute hands to match the digital time. (See *3 on page 22) Press for the display selection. Analogue time setting display Press to select the desired display. * [FULL(Time &...

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    ENGAGEMENT/DISENGAGEMENT OF HOURLY TIME SIGNAL AND TURNING ON/OFF OF CONFIRMATION SOUND FOR BUTTON OPERATION With each press in TIME/CALENDAR mode, the hourly time signal and confirmation sound for button operation are alternately switched on and off. (See *5 on page 22 ) Hourly time signal indicator (displayed when hourly time signal and confirmation sound are switched on)

  • Page 11: Stopwatch Mode

    STOPWATCH MODE (CHR) ● Stopwatch measures up to 23 hours, 59 minutes and 59.999 seconds in 1/1000- second increments. ● The lap time display and split time display can be shown alternately. However, while the stopwatch is counting, the display cannot be changed to another. (See *6 on page 23) Press to show STOPWATCH mode.

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    STOPWATCH OPERATION ● Before using the stopwatch, reset the digital counter to read “00:00'00"000” by pressing Button D. 1 Standard measurement START STOP RESET 2 Accumulated elapsed time measurement ○ ○ ○ STOP START RESTART RESET STOP * Stop and restart of stopwatch can be repeated as many times as required by pressing Button C.

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    Press when the stopwatch is reset to select the lap time or split time display. With each press of button B, the display indicator “LAP” and “SPLIT” appear alternately. 3 Lap time measurement ○ ○ FINAL LAP/ LAP 1 LAP 2 RESET START STOP...

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    4 Split time measurement ○ ○ START SPLIT 1 SPLIT 2 FINAL SPLIT/ RESET STOP * Timing and release of split times can be repeated as many times as required by pressing Button D. * The split time measured remain displayed for 10 seconds together with the flashing split indicator, and then the display automatically returns to the measurement in progress.

  • Page 15: Memory Recall Mode

    MEMORY RECALL MODE (RCLL) ● The first 100 lap and split times are automatically stored in memory and can be recalled either during or after the stopwatch measurement. ● Even if the digits are reset to “00” in the stopwatch measurement, the stored data is not erased and can be recalled unless a new measurement is started.

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    Press to select the data (lap time/split time) to be recalled. With each press of Button B, the lap time and split time are displayed alternately. With each press, stored data are recalled from the newest to the oldest. With each press, stored data are recalled from the oldest to the newest. (See *7 on page 23) Press to exit from the MEMORY RECALL mode.

  • Page 17: Timer Mode

    TIMER MODE (TMR) ● The timer can be set up to 23 hours and 59 minutes in minute increments. (See *8 on page 23) ● A time-up warning beep sounds 3 seconds before the set time is up. When the set time is up, time-up beep sounds for 5 seconds.

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    TIMER OPERATION ○ ○ ○ RESTART STOP RESET START STOP * Stop and restart of the timer can be repeated as many times as required by pressing Button C. * A time-up warning beep sounds 3 seconds before the set time is up. When the set time is up, time- up beep sounds for 5 seconds.

  • Page 19: Alarm Mode

    ALARM MODE (ALM) ● Two daily alarms work independently. ● The alarms can be set in minute increments. ● The alarms can be engaged and disengaged independently of one another. Press to show ALARM mode. Mode indicator PM indicator for 12-hour display only Alarm indicator Alarm time...

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    ALARM TIME SETTING Press for 2 to 3 seconds to show ALARM SETTING display. * The hour digits start flashing. Press to select an item (flashing) to be adjusted. Hour Minute Press to adjust the selected item. (See *9 on page 23) Press to return to ALARM mode.

  • Page 21: Alarm Test And Demonstration Mode

    ALARM ENGAGEMENT/DISENGAGEMENT Press to show ALARM mode. With each press, alarm is alternately engaged and disengaged. “on” indicator Alarm indicator “off” indicator [Alarm engaged] [Alarm disengaged] * The alarm sounds at the designated time for 20 seconds. To stop it manually, press any one of the four buttons.

  • Page 22: Notes On Operating The Watch

    NOTES ON OPERATING THE WATCH *1-*5 Remarks on time/calendar function: *1 • The day of the week is automatically set once the year, month and date are set. • When the time is set in the 24-hour display, the alarm time will also be shown in the 24-hour display.

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    *6 Remarks on stopwatch function: • The lap number counts up to “199”. After “199”, the number is displayed in two digits such as “00” for 200, “00” for 300, and so on. • The split number counts up to “199”. After “199”, the number is displayed in two digits such as “00”...

  • Page 24: Battery Life Indicator, Battery Change

    When the battery expires, be sure to replace it as soon as possible to prevent any malfunction. For battery replacement, we recom- mend that you contact an AUTHORIZED SEIKO DEALER and request SEIKO SR1130W battery. * The battery life may be less than 3 years if: •...

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    NECESSARY PROCEDURES AFTER CHANGING THE BATTERY * After the battery is replaced with a new one , or in case an abnormal display (broken numerals or letters etc.) appear, follow the procedures below to reset the IC. Press and hold the four buttons for 2 to 3 seconds at the same time.

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    WARNING ● Do not remove the battery from the watch. ● If it is necessary to take out the battery, keep it out of the reach of children. If a child swallows it, consult a doctor immediately. ● Never short-circuit, tamper with or heat the battery, and never expose it to fire.

  • Page 27: To Preserve The Quality Of Your Watch

    TO PRESERVE THE QUALITY OF YOUR WATCH ■ WATER RESISTANCE Accidental Condition contact Taking a Swimming, Scuba of use Indication on with water bath and yachting diving** case back such shallow and taking Degree as rain diving a shower saturation of water diving resistance*...

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    • Do not operate the buttons when ** We recommend that you wear a the watch is wet or in water. SEIKO Diver’s Watch for scuba If used in sea water, rinse the diving. watch in fresh water and dry it completely.

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    3 years. Have your watch will not be affected. Keep the checked by an AUTHORIZED watch away from close contact with magnetic SEIKO DEALER or SERVICE CENTER to objects. ensure that the case, buttons, gasket and crystal seal remain intact.

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    TV trast, becoming difficult to read. Please screens which emit strong static electricity. contact your AUTHORIZED SEIKO DEALER or SERVICE CENTER if you wish to have a new panel fitted (guaran- teed one year).

  • Page 31: Specifications

    ALARM mode ......Alarm time (hour and minute) PM indicator in the 12-hour display Digital display medium ...... Nematic Liquid Crystal, FEM (Field Effect Mode) Battery ..........SEIKO SR1130W, 1 piece Battery life ......... Approximately 3 years 10 IC (Integrated Circuit) ......C-MOS-LSI, 1 piece * The specifications may be subject to periodic changes without prior notice due to product improvements.

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