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Low Battery Power
The second hand jumps at two-second
intervals.
Second hand
Dead Battery
All hands and the day indicator are stopped.
Charging Time Guidelines
The table below shows guidelines for
approximate charging times.
Required Charging Time for 1-day Use
Light Intensity Approximate Charging Time
8 minutes
A
High
30 minutes
B
p
48 minutes
C
Low
8 hours
D
Time Required to Achieve Next Charge
Level
Approximate Charging Time
Light Intensity
Charge Level
1
3 hours
A
High
7 hours
B
p
11 hours
C
Low
123 hours
D
Charge Level 1 :
Time from dead battery until hand movement
starts
Charge Level 2 :
Time from hand movement starts until a full
charge
Light Intensity
A Sunny day, outdoors (50,000 lux)
B Sunny day, near a window (10,000 lux)
C Overcast day, near a window (5,000 lux)
D Indoor fluorescent lighting (500 lux)
Note
Actual charging time depends on the
local charging environment.
Operation Guide 5501
Power Saving
Leaving the watch in a dark location for about
one hour between the hours of 10 p.m. and 6
a.m. will cause the second hand to stop, and
the watch will enter Level 1 power saving. If
the watch is left in this condition for six or
seven days, all hands will stop and the watch
will enter Level 2 power saving.
Level 1 :
Basic timekeeping functions are operational.
Level 2 :
Only the day indicator is operational.
Note
Note that the watch also may enter
the power saving state if its face is
blocked from light by your sleeve
while you are wearing it.
The watch will enter power saving
from the Timekeeping Mode only.
Recovering from Power Saving
Operation
Press any button or place the watch in a well-
lit area to recover from power saving.

Auto Time Adjustment

Your watch can receive time calibration
signals and connect with a phone to obtain
information that it uses to adjust its date and
time setting.
Charge Level
2
First Use of the Watch
31 hours
Immediately after purchasing the watch, it will
115 hours
acquire GPS location information and
186 hours
configure a Home City based on your current
-
location.
Acquiring GPS Position Information
l
Manually
GPS signal (location information)
Normal Use of the Watch
Your watch automatically receives a time
calibration signal or GPS signal (time
information) regularly each day and adjusts its
time setting. This means its time setting is
always accurate without the need for any
adjustment by you.
Receiving a Time Information
l
Automatically
Auto Time Calibration Signal Receive
l
GPS signal (time information)
Time calibration signal
Note
If the watch is unable to adjust its
time setting automatically for some
reason, you can trigger a GPS signal
receive operation manually.
Acquiring GPS Time Information
l
Manually
Acquiring GPS Position Information
l
Manually
Using a Phone to Adjust the Watch's Time
You can pair the watch with a phone to have
the watch adjust its time setting in accordance
with the phone time.
Auto Time Adjustment
l
If the watch is not showing the correct
time...
If the watch does not indicate the correct time
even after it receives a signal or connects with
the phone, correct the hand and date indicator
positions.
Using OCEANUS Connected to Correct
l
Hand Positions
Using Watch Operations to Correct Hand
l
Positions
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