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Casio 3417 Operation Manual

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MA1306-EA
Mobile Link Function
This product includes functions that allow it to communicate with Bluetooth
(referred to as "Bluetooth" in this manual) capable mobile phones and other
devices, to sound an alert tone, perform vibration alert, and display alerts when a
phone call and/or mail is received on your phone, etc. (Mobile Link Function)
This product complies with or has received approval under radio laws in various
countries and geographic areas. Use of this product in an area where it does not
conform to or where it has not been approved under applicable radio laws may
be punishable under local laws. For details, see the separate "List of Countries
and Geographic Areas where Product Conforms to Radio Laws or Has Been
Approved".
Use of this product inside of an aircraft is restricted by the aviation laws of each
country. Be sure to obey instructions provided by fl ight personnel concerning
use of devices such as this product.
For Mobile Link operational procedures and a Q&A, go to the website below.
CASIO website: http://world.g-shock.com/ble/guide/
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◆ Stopwatch .................................................................................. Page E-37
The stopwatch measures elapsed time up to 1,000 hours in 1/100-second
increments.
◆ Timer .......................................................................................... Page E-40
The timer counts down from a preset start time, and the watch sounds a tone or
vibrates when the countdown reaches zero.
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To confi gure the Summer Time (DST) setting ..................................................E-26
Alarms and Hourly Time Signal .......................................................................... E-28
To enter the Alarm Mode................................................................................E-28
To change an alarm setting ............................................................................E-30
To stop a tone/vibration alert operation ..........................................................E-35
To test the alarm ............................................................................................E-36
Stopwatch ........................................................................................................... E-37
To enter the Stopwatch Mode ........................................................................E-37
To measure time with the stopwatch ..............................................................E-38
Timer ................................................................................................................... E-40
To enter the Timer Mode ................................................................................E-40
To set the timer start time ..............................................................................E-41
To perform a countdown ................................................................................E-42
To stop a tone/vibration alert operation ..........................................................E-43
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About this User's Guide
Display Types
Depending on the model of your watch, display text appears either as dark fi gures
on a light background or light fi gures on a dark background. All sample displays in
this manual are shown using dark fi gures on a light background.
Note that the display style of a watch is fi xed. You cannot switch between styles.
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Operation Guide 3417/3418
Congratulations upon your selection of this CASIO watch.
®
Bluetooth
is a registered trademark or trademark of Bluetooth SIG, Inc. of the
United States.
Features
®
Your watch provides you with the features and functions described below.
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◆ Communication with your mobile phone ..........Visit the CASIO website
Connect with a Bluetooth enabled mobile phone and communicate with it.
For more information, visit the "User's Guide for Mobile Link Functions" page at the
CASIO website.
◆ World Time ................................................................................ Page E-24
Instantly view the current time in 100 cities around the globe.
◆ Alarms ........................................................................................ Page E-28
The watch can be confi gured to sound a tone or vibrate when a preset alarm time
is reached.
Contents
Features ................................................................................................................ E-3
About this User's Guide ........................................................................................ E-8
Display Types ..................................................................................................E-8
Tap Operations ................................................................................................E-9
Button Names and Display Indications ............................................................E-10
Display Indicators ..........................................................................................E-12
Using Modes ....................................................................................................... E-14
Mode Overview ..............................................................................................E-16
Adjusting the Time Setting ................................................................................. E-18
Confi guring Current Time and Date Settings Manually .....................................E-19
World Time .......................................................................................................... E-24
To view the times in other time zones .............................................................E-24
Illumination .......................................................................................................... E-44
To illuminate the display .................................................................................E-44
Using Auto Light ............................................................................................E-45
To specify the illumination duration .................................................................E-48
Other Settings ..................................................................................................... E-50
To turn the button operation tone on or off .....................................................E-50
To change the alarm/timer alert method .........................................................E-52
Low Battery Indication ........................................................................................ E-54
Specifi cations ..................................................................................................... E-56
Tap Operations
The word "tap" in this manual refers to striking the center of
watch display with your fi ngertip.
Example:
Tap twice to stop an ongoing tone or vibration alert for a
watch alarm.
How to tap:
Lightly strike the watch display twice with the tip of your
fi nger. (double-tap)
Important!
The tap function is enabled only while the Tap indicator is fl ashing on the watch
display.
The Tap indicator fl ashes automatically whenever the tap function is enabled
and can be used to stop a watch alarm or time up alert, etc.
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Tap indicator
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  Summary of Contents for Casio 3417

  • Page 1: Table Of Contents

    This product includes functions that allow it to communicate with Bluetooth (referred to as “Bluetooth” in this manual) capable mobile phones and other ◆ Communication with your mobile phone ..Visit the CASIO website devices, to sound an alert tone, perform vibration alert, and display alerts when a Connect with a Bluetooth enabled mobile phone and communicate with it.
  • Page 2: Stopwatch

    Alert indicator some other phone event. website* Indicates p.m. times during 12-hour PM indicator E-10 timekeeping. * Visit the “User’s Guide for Mobile Link Functions” page of the CASIO website. Snooze indicator Snooze turned on. E-33 E-12 E-13 Using Modes * For information about the Control Mode and Setup Mode, visit the CASIO website at: http://world.g-shock.com/ble/guide/.
  • Page 3: To Confi Gure The Summer Time (Dst) Setting

    Operation Guide 3417/3418 ● Use C to select the item whose setting you want to change. Note Each press of C cycles through available settings in the sequence shown below. The numbers in the above diagram indicate how many times you need to press C to display each setting.
  • Page 4: To Change An Alarm Setting

    Operation Guide 3417/3418 ● Use B to toggle the displayed setting between on and off. To change an alarm setting ● In the Alarm Mode, use D to select the alarm whose setting you want to Alarm 1 through Alarm 4 change.
  • Page 5: Timer

    Operation Guide 3417/3418 Timer To set the timer start time ● In the Timer Mode, hold down A for about two seconds. The timer start time can be set in one-second increments up to 100 hours. The watch will sound a tone or vibrate for about 10 seconds when the end of the timer [SET Hold] will appear on the display.
  • Page 6: Other Settings

    Operation Guide 3417/3418 ● Other Settings Press C nine times to display the button operation tone setting screen. You can use the procedures in this section to turn the tone that sounds when you See “Confi guring Current Time and Date Settings press a button on or off.
  • Page 7: City Name List

    Operation Guide 3417/3418 City Name List City Name List Time Time Time City Name City Name City Name Zone Zone Zone Karachi Beijing Chatham Islands +12.75 Time Time Time City Name City Name City Name Delhi +5.5 Manila Nukualofa Zone...

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