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  • Brand: Casio
  • Product: Sport Watch
  • Model/name: CHR-100-1VER
  • Filetype: PDF
  • Available languages: English

Table of Contents

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Operation Guide 2979
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MA0507-EA
Introduction
Thank you for purchasing this CASIO product. To ensure that it can
provide you with the years of service for which it is designed, be sure to
read this manual carefully and follow the instructions contained herein.
Pay particular attention to the Safety Precautions on the following pages.
Be sure to read the Safety Precautions before trying to use this product.
Keep this manual in a safe place for future reference.
Safety Precautions
Danger
Never use this product if you are wearing a cardiac pacemaker.
Do not use this product in the vicinity of anyone who is wearing a
cardiac pacemaker or any other type of medical device.
Should you ever feel any discomfort or any other abnormal
feeling while using this product, immediately stop using it and
contact your physician.
Do not use this product inside of an aircraft.
Caution!
Skin Irritation
Should you ever experience any skin irritation or any other
abnormality while wearing the chest strap, immediately take it off.
Since the watch and the chest strap come into direct contact with
the skin, the following conditions may cause irritation of the skin.
• When a wearer is allergic to metal or leather
• When the watch or chest strap is rusty dirty, sweaty, etc.
• When the wearer is in poor physical condition
• Tightening the chest strap too tightly can cause you to sweat,
and can make it hard for air to pass under the strap, which can
lead to skin irritation. Do not over-tighten the chest strap.
• Should you ever notice any abnormality, immediately stop
using the product and consult a physician.
Caring for This Product
To clean the product, wipe it with a soft, dry cloth, or with a cloth
that has been moistened in weak solution of water and a mild
neutral detergent. Wring out all excess liquid from the cloth
before wiping. Never use thinner, benzene, alcohol, or any other
volatile agent to clean the product.
Use of the Product
When putting on or taking off the chest strap, make sure you do
not twist, bend, or stretch it excessively.
Take care not to drop the product or otherwise subject it to strong
impact.
To avoid unexpected accidents, always check around you to
ensure you are in a safe place before looking at the display of the
watch. Looking at the watch while marathoning or jogging on the
open road, while riding a bicycle, or operating a motor vehicle
can lead to accidents.
Takes care to avoid running into others.
Should the watch stop running, have the battery replaced as
soon as possible.
Take care to avoid breaking your fingernails when fastening and
unfastening the band. Particular care is required by people with
long fingernails.
To avoid skin irritation due to unexpected injury or allergy, do not
wear the watch while sleeping.
When picking up or otherwise coming into contact with a child,
remove the watch from your wrist to avoid injury to the child or
causing irritation of the child’s skin.
Never try to take the watch apart!
Never try to take the watch apart. Doing so creates the risk of
personal injury and malfunction of the watch.
Battery Replacement
When the watch’s battery is replaced, foreign matter adhering to
contact surfaces can cause a loss of water resistance. In order to
ensure water resistance is maintained and the watch performs at
the level for which it is designed, make sure you always request
battery replacement from your dealer or CASIO distributor.
Keep backup copies of data!
Make sure you always keep separate written copies of important
data to protect against its loss. Malfunction, repair, and battery
replacement can cause memory contents to be deleted.
Warning!
Do not use this product during scuba diving or other type of
diving that requires special equipment.
• This product is not a diving watch. Improper use can lead to
serious accident. Do not wear the chest strap while you are
immersed in water.
For Safe Operation
Do not use this product in the vicinity of a microwave oven, TV,
computer, or cell phone, or while inside of an automobile or train.
This product may not produce correct readings if used in the
vicinity of a TV or radio transmitter.
Do not leave this product on the dashboard of an automobile or in
any other location that is subject to very high temperatures.
Never put on the chest strap after it has been in a very hot
location for a long time. Doing so creates the risk of burn injury.
If you do not have the stamina to exercise for long periods, if you
are suffering from any type of ailment, or if you are unsure of your
physical condition, consult a physician before using this product.
Should you ever start to feel discomfort or any other abnormal
feeling while using this product, immediately stop using it and
remove the chest strap.
Always take care of the situation around you whenever operating
or using this product.
Keep the chest strap out of the reach of young children.
Handling Batteries
Whenever removing the button type battery that powers the
watch or sensor bar, take care to ensure that the battery is not
swallowed accidentally. Special care is required where young
children are present.
Keep batteries out of the reach of small children. Should a battery
ever be swallowed accidentally, contact a physician immediately.
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Features
■ Heart Rate Monitor
Keeps track of your heart rate, exercise intensity, and
exercise time.
Measurement system:
Constant monitoring of electrocardiogram by strap
type electrodes
Transmission method:
Heartbeat detected by the chest strap and sent to the
watch.
■ Stopwatch
100 hours maximum, 1/100 second, lap/split times
■ Lap/split memory
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• Number of lap/split memories: 200 max.
Lap time, split times, lap average heart rate, lap
average intensity
• Exercise data memory:
Total exercise time, exercise time within target heart rate range,
exercise time in excess of target heart rate range, exercise time below
target heart rate range, best lap time, average heart rate, energy
consumed, cumulative exercise time, cumulative energy consumed
■ Timer
Number of timers: 2
Measurement unit: 1/10 second
Measurement range: 100 hours
Setting unit: 30 seconds
Number of repeats: 1 to 99, endless
• Settable number of repeats; single/twin switching
■ World Time
31 cities (29 time zones), summer time ON/OFF
■ Alarms
Three (hour and minute setting, ON/OFF)
Hourly Time Signal (ON/OFF)
■ Display Illumination
For easy reading in the dark
Lap Time and Split Time
A lap time is the time that elapses during a specific portion of the
race, such as a lap around a track, while a split time is the time
spent from the beginning of a race up to a certain point.
Lap 1
Split 1
Split 2
Split 3
Lap 2 Lap 3
Stop
Start
Lap Time Example
Measuring the lap time for one lap of a track event, car race, etc.
Split Time Example
Measuring the split at the 5 km and 10 km points of a marathon.
Display Illumination
In any mode, press the F button to illuminate the display for easy
reading in the dark.
You can specify 1.5 seconds or 3 seconds as the duration of display
illumination.
Important!
• The light may be difficult to see if you turn it on under bright sunlight.
• Illumination will turn off if any beeper operation (alarm or button
operation tone) is performed while the display is illuminated.
• You may notice a slight sound from the watch while the face is
illuminated. This is the sound of EL panel vibration, and does not
indicate malfunction.
Read this first!
This product is intended for use as an exercise support tool only.
It is not a medical device.
• Never use this product if you are wearing a cardiac pacemaker or any
other type of medical device.
• Do not use this product in the vicinity of anyone who is wearing a
cardiac pacemaker or any other type of medical device.
• Do not wear this product while riding on an aircraft. Doing so creates
the risk of interference with the aircraft’s equipment.
• Do not wear this product while swimming. The water resistance of the
sensor bar does not cover immersion in water. Communication
between the sensor bar and watch is not possible in water.
• Do not use this product if the strap causes skin irritation or any other
abnormality.
• To clean the product, wipe it with a soft, dry cloth, or with a cloth that
has been moistened in weak solution of water and a mild neutral
detergent. Wring out all excess liquid from the cloth before wiping.
Never use thinner, benzene, alcohol, or any other volatile agent to
clean the product.
General Guide
Watch
Button
Button
Button
Button
Button
Button
(Mode Switching)
(Light)
LCD
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• Selecting 12-hour or 24-hour Timekeeping
Each press of the B or E button toggles the timekeeping format
between 12-hour and 24-hour.
Chest Strap
Sensor Bar, Inside Surface
Back
Sensor bar
Sensor pads
Battery
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Modes and Display Screens
Timekeeping Mode
Personal Data Mode Stopwatch Mode
Alarm Mode Data Recall Mode
World Time Mode Timer Mode
Hour, minute, second
Day of the week
Month, day, year
• Stop
• Reset (Data to memory)
• Start
• Stop
• Reset (Data to memory)
• Start
• Lap/Split
Using the Stopwatch
This section provides information about the stopwatch, and some basic
information about the heart rate monitor.
Using the Stopwatch
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• Measuring Unit: 1/100 second
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• Measuring Capacity: 99:59'59.99"
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• Lap/Split Count Range: 999
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• Cumulative Exercise Time: 9,999 hour, 59 minutes
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• Cumulative Consumed Energy: 239,005 kcal (999,999 kJ)
To use the stopwatch
Before measuring heart rate and exercise intensity, be sure to first
configure your personal information and put on the chest strap.
To enter the Stopwatch Mode, press the D button
once while in the Timekeeping Mode.
■ Elapsed Time Measurement
Start Stop Reset
Whenever you press the B button to reset
the stopwatch to all zeros, the data from the
last measurement operation are stored in
memory.
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• Cumulative Time Measurement
Pressing the E button to restart the
stopwatch without resetting it to all zeros
resumes elapsed time measurement from
where it was last stopped.
Number of remaining laps
Current time
Number of laps
Split time
(Hours, Minutes, Seconds, 1/100 second)
Lap time
(Hours, Minutes, Seconds, 1/100 second)
Lap time
Lap time
Split time
Number
of laps
Number
of laps
Split time
Number
of laps
Lap/split time
Split/lap time Split/lap time
Heart rate
Intensity
(2 seconds)
■ Recording Lap/Split Times
Start
Stop Reset
Lap/split Lap/split
The watch will exit the lap/split screen
automatically after about eight seconds.
Stopwatch Mode Screens
Reset Screen Elapsed Time Screen
To switch between lap time and split time
Each press of the A button switches the display between lap time and
split time.
To display the heart rate screen
Hold down the A button for about two seconds to switch from the lap
time or split time screen to the heart rate screen.
• Pressing the A button while the heart rate screen is displayed will
switch between lap time and split time screen.
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Configuring Personal Information
Before the watch can calculate the energy you consume and your
exercise intensity, you need to configure a number of personal
information settings. When configuring personal information, you can
also turn the target alarm on or off, and specify the units of measurement
to use for energy and body weight.
Personal information settings are configured in the
Personal Data Mode, which you enter by pressing
the D button six times while in the Timekeeping
Mode.
Personal Data Mode Screen
Important!
• You will not be able to perform the following procedure if the
Stopwatch Mode is not reset to all zeros. If you have trouble
performing the following procedure, enter the Stopwatch Mode and
press the B button to reset it to all zeros.
To configure personal data settings
1. In the Personal Data Mode, hold down
the A button for about two seconds
until the ALM screen appears with either
OFF or On flashing at the bottom of the
display.
2. Configure your personal data settings.
• Use the D button to scroll between
setting screens.
• Use the E and B buttons to change
the currently selected setting. Holding
down either button changes the
setting at high speed.
• For information about each setting,
see “Personal Information Settings”.
3. After all the settings are the way you
want, press the A button to exit the
setting screen.
• The watch also will exit the setting
screen automatically if you do not
perform any operation for about two or
three minutes.
(2 seconds)
■ Age
Use the E (+) and B (–) buttons to
change the displayed value in the range of
15 to 70.
■ Gender
Use the E or B button to toggle between
MALE and FEMALE.
■ Consumed Energy Unit
Use the E or B button to toggle between
KCAL (kilocalories) and KJ (kilojoules).
■ Body Weight Unit
Use the E or B button to toggle between
kg (kilograms) and lb (pounds).
■ Weight
Use the E (+) and B (–) buttons to
change the displayed value in the range of
20 to 200 kilograms or 45 to 440 pounds.
WEIGHT
Personal Information Settings
■ Target Alarm On/Off
Press the E button to toggle the target
alarm on and off.
• When turned on, the target alarm will
sound whenever your heart rate goes
outside of the target range you set. The
target alarm will also sound every minute
if your heart rate remains outside of the
target range.
■ Target Range Upper Limit
Use the E (+) and B (–) buttons to
change the displayed value in the range of
1 to 220.
■ Target Range Lower Limit
Use the E (+) and B (–) buttons to
change the displayed value in the range of
[resting heart rate setting plus 1] to [target
range upper limit minus 1].
■ Resting Heart Rate
Use the E (+) and B (–) buttons to
change the displayed value in the range of
30 to [target range lower limit minus 1] (145
maximum).
• Measure your heart rate before getting
up when you awake in the morning. This
is your resting heart rate.
REST-HR
LIMIT LOW
LIMIT HIGH
TARGET
Monitoring Your Heart Rate During
Exercise
This section explains what you need to do to monitor your heart rate
while exercising. This section assumes that you have already configured
your personal information settings.
Getting Ready
Before exercising, you need to attach the chest strap to your chest and
synchronize the signal between the sensor bar and watch.
Certain types of heart rate monitors can cause interference with the
signal sent by the sensor bar to your watch. If you suspect that you are
getting interference, move away from the other heart rate monitor.
To attach the chest strap to your chest
1. Slightly moisten the two sensor pads
(diamond pattern areas) on the inside
surface of the sensor bar. This will
provide better contact for the sensor
pads.
2. Insert one of the tabs on either end of the strap into one of the holes
in the sensor bar, from the inside of the sensor bar. Secure the tab in
place so it lays down flat as shown in the illustration.
3. Wrap the chest strap around your chest so it is in direct contact with
your skin, and secure the tab at the other end of the strap to the other
hole of the sensor bar. Fasten the strap securely to ensure that it
does not slip down while you are exercising.
4. Make sure that the sensor pads are located above your rib cage.
• Take care that you do not fasten the chest strap too tightly.
Moisten
Tab
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Heart Rate Monitor Troubleshooting
If this happens:
No heart rate appears on
the display, or displayed
values are excessive or
vary widely.
Heart rate measurement
suddenly stops
automatically.
Interference in the signal
from the chest strap.
The watch does not
calculate energy
consumed.
The energy consumed
value is strange.
Check this:
첸Is the strap attached to your chest correctly?
•Your heart rate cannot be detected
correctly if the strap is not attached to your
chest correctly.
•See “Monitoring Your Heart Rate During
Exercise”.
첸Are the sensor bar’s sensor pads (diamond
pattern areas) wet?
•Your heart rate cannot be detected if your
skin is dry.
•Warm up until you start sweating or
moisten the sensor pads with water.
첸Are the sensor bar’s sensor pads dirty?
•Dirty sensor pads interfere with stable
heart rate pickup.
•Clean the sensor pads as required. To clean
the sensor pads, wipe them with a soft, dry
cloth, or with a cloth that has been moistened
in weak solution of water and a mild neutral
detergent. Wring out all excess liquid from
the cloth before wiping. Never use thinner,
benzene, alcohol, or any other volatile agent
to clean the sensor pads.
첸Is the sensor bar’s battery dead?
•If so, contact your dealer or CASIO
distributor to have the battery replaced.
첸Is there some source of electromagnetic
waves (high-tension power lines, TV, cell
phone, etc.) nearby?
•Electromagnetic waves can make normal
heart rate detection and communication
impossible.
•Possible sources of electromagnetic
waves are: signal equipment, overhead
railway cables, electric bus cables,
streetcars, automobiles, motorcycles,
computers, motorized fitness equipment,
medical devices, electronic security gates,
radios, railway crossings, TV transmitters,
radar sites, etc.
첸Do you have heart trouble?
•Normal readings are not possible if you
have a heart abnormality that causes
changes in the waveform of an
electrocardiogram, or if you are suffering
from arrhythmia.
첸Is the watch too far from the chest strap?
•The maximum allowable distance between
the strap and watch is about 90 cm (35.4
inches). Communication is not possible
when they are too far apart.
첸Do you have a hairy chest?
•Hair on the chest can interfere with heart
beat detection.
첸Did more than one minute pass without the
watch detecting any signal from the chest
strap?
•This will cause measurement to stop
automatically. Restart the measurement
operation.
첸Did the battery of the sensor bar or watch
go dead during measurement?
•The RECOV indicator will appear on the
watch’s display when its battery is low. If
the RECOV indicator appears frequently,
have the watch’s battery replaced.
•If communication is not possible and the
RECOV indicator is not displayed, it could
mean that the sensor bar battery is dead
or that the system is malfunctioning. Take
the watch in to your dealer or CASIO
distributor.
Important!
•Data in the watch’s memory will be deleted
when you have the battery replaced.
첸Is someone nearby using the same type of
watch as this one?
•Move away from the other watch.
첸Is your heart rate above 90 bpm?
•The watch will not calculate energy
consumed unless your heart rate is 90
bpm or higher.
첸Are your personal information settings
correct?
•The watch calculates energy consumed
using your heart rate and personal
information. Make sure your personal
information settings are correct and up to
date.
Memory
The watch maintains exercise records that contain a wealth of
information about each workout. An exercise record is created for your
last workout that you timed in the Stopwatch Mode and stored
automatically whenever you clear the stopwatch to all zeros.
Note that memory is shared by lap/split time records and exercise
records. There is also a cumulative record that keeps track of long-term
cumulative totals.
The following will give you some idea about how much memory capacity
is available.
• If you use memory to store lap/split time records only (no exercise
records), you can store up to 200 records during a single workout.
• If you use memory to store exercise records only (Start ➡ Stop ➡
Reset), you can store up to 42 records.
Memory Data
The following details the contents of each type of record that can be
stored in memory.
■ Lap Record Data
• Lap/split times
• Average heart rate and exercise intensity per lap
■ Exercise Record Data
• Date
• Exercise time
• Exercise time within target heart rate range
• Exercise time in excess of target heart rate range
• Exercise time below target heart rate range
• Best lap time
• Average heart rate and average exercise intensity
• Energy consumed during exercise
■ Cumulative Data
• Cumulative exercise time: 9,999 hours, 59 minutes
• Cumulative energy consumed: 239,005 kcal (999,999 kJ)
• Average heart rate and average exercise intensity per workout
Data Save Timing
The following shows what data is stored in memory when you perform a
particular Stopwatch Mode operation.
■ When you start an elapsed time operation (from all zeros)
• Date
■ When you record lap/split times
• Lap time
• Split time
• Average heart rate and exercise intensity per lap
■ When you reset the stopwatch to all zeros
• Exercise time
• Exercise time within target heart rate range
• Exercise time in excess of target heart rate range
• Exercise time below target heart rate range
• Best lap time
• Average heart rate and average exercise intensity
• Energy consumed during exercise
The following data items are also updated when you reset the stopwatch
to all zeros.
• Cumulative exercise time
• Cumulative energy consumed
• Average heart rate and average exercise intensity per workout
Memory Full
Storing data when memory is full automatically deletes the oldest record
currently in memory to make room for the new data.
Example 1: When the exercise record currently being created is the
only one currently in memory
Recording a new lap/split time while memory is full causes the oldest
lap/split time currently in memory to be deleted to make room for the
new one.
Example 2: When there are already exercise records in memory
All of the data of the oldest exercise record is cleared to make room
for the new data.
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To recall memory contents
1. In the Timekeeping Mode, press the D button twice to enter the Data
Recall Mode.
2. Use the A button to scroll through the exercise records currently in
memory.
Title Screen
TOTAL
• The factory default setting for the data clear date is January 1, 2000.
Before using the watch for the first time, be sure to perform the
procedure under “To clear cumulative exercise data” to clear the
factory default date. If you don’t, the factory default date will remain on
the screen without changing to the cumulative data start date.
3. While the exercise record whose contents you want to view is
displayed, use the E and B buttons to scroll through the record’s
lap data.
Title Screen
Newest
Exercise Record
Cumulative
Exercise Time
Data clear date
(Cumulative data start date)
Exercise time
Exercise time within
target heart rate range
Energy consumed
Exercise time in excess
of target heart rate range
Exercise time below
target heart rate range
Average heart rate
and exercise intensity
Best lap
Lap 1
Heart Rate Screen
Lap 2
Final lap
4. Use the C button to scroll through the data for the currently
displayed exercise record.
Title Screen
TOTAL
TARGET
ABOVE
BELOW
5. After displaying the Exercise Time (TOT) screen in step 4, use the E
and B buttons to display cumulative energy consumed or cumulative
exercise intensity.
Cumulative Exercise Time
TOTAL KCAL TOTAL
6. After viewing all the data you want,
press the D button five times to return
to the Timekeeping Mode.
Average intensity
Average heart rate
Exercise
Record Data
Cumulative energy consumed
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Clearing Memory Data
To clear a specific exercise record
1. In the Data Recall Mode, display the
exercise record whose data you want to
clear.
2. While holding down the B button, hold
down the E button.
3. When the confirmation message
appears, keep the B and E buttons
depressed to clear the data.
• If you do not want to clear the data,
release the B and E buttons when
the confirmation message appears.
Confirmation message
To clear cumulative exercise data
1. In the Data Recall Mode, display the
cumulative exercise time screen or the
cumulative energy consumed screen.
2. While holding down the B button, hold
down the E button.
3. When the confirmation message
appears, keep the B and E buttons
depressed to clear the data.
• If you do not want to clear the data, release the B and E buttons
when the confirmation message appears.
• After data is cleared, the date memory was cleared will appear at
the bottom of the display.
• Clearing cumulative exercise data does not clear individual
exercise records.
To configure timer settings
1. In the Timer Mode, check the display to
make sure the timer is stopped and
reset to all zeros.
• If the timer is running, press the B
button to stop it. To reset the timer to
all zeros, press the B button again.
2. Hold down the A button for about two
seconds until the number of repeats at
the top of the display starts to flash.
• This is the setting screen.
3. Configure the timer settings as shown
below.
• Use the D button to move to the next
setting. Use the E (+) and B (–)
buttons to change the currently
selected setting.
• Holding down the E or B button
changes the current setting at high
speed.
• For a starting time of 100 hours, set 0
hours 00 minutes 00 seconds.
4. After all the settings are the way you
want, press the A button to exit the
setting screen.
• The watch also will exit the setting
screen automatically if you do not
perform any operation for about two or
three minutes.
(2 seconds)
Using the Timer
The twin timer supports interval training by letting you use one timer for
the high-intensity phase and the other timer for the recovery phase of
your workout.
• You can select either a single timer or twin timer.
To enter the Timer Mode, press the D button
three times while in the Timekeeping Mode.
To select the timer type
1. In the Timer Mode, check the display to make sure the timer is
stopped and reset to all zeros.
• If the timer is running, press the B button to stop it. To reset the
timer to all zeros, press the B button again.
2. Press the B button to toggle between the single timer and twin timer.
Twin Timer Single Timer
Timer 1 Timer 1
Timer 2 (On) Timer 2 (Off)
■ Number of Repeats
Range: 1 to 99 repeats, or unlimited (when
“xx” is displayed)
Buttons: E (+), B (–)
■ Timer 1 Hours
Range: 0 to 99
Buttons: E (+), B (–)
■ Timer 1 Minutes
Range: 0 to 59
Buttons: E (+), B (–)
■ Timer 1 Seconds
Setting: 0 or 30
Buttons: E (+), B (–)
■ Timer 2 Hours
Range: 0 to 99
Buttons: E (+), B (–)
■ Timer 2 Minutes
Range: 0 to 59
Buttons: E (+), B (–)
■ Timer 2 Seconds
Setting: 0 or 30
Buttons: E (+), B (–)
D
D
D
D
D
D
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To use the timer
Before measuring heart rate and exercise
intensity, be sure to first configure your
personal information and put on the chest
strap.
• Heart rate and exercise intensity values
measured in the Timer Mode are not
stored in memory.
In the Timer Mode, press the E button to
start the countdown, and the B button to
stop it.
To start heart rate reception from the chest
strap, press the C button.
• Pressing the B button while the countdown is stopped resets
the display time to the start time.
• Pressing the E button while the timer countdown is stopped
restarts the countdown.
Timer Mode Screens
Countdown Screen Countdown Screen with
Heart Rate Monitor
• The number of repeats flashes while Timer 2 is counting down.
Timer Alarm
The alarm sounds for five seconds when the end of each countdown is
reached. The alarm sounds for 10 seconds when the end of the final
countdown is reached.
To stop the alarm beeper
Press any button. Pressing a button will stop the alarm only, without
performing the normal function assigned to that button.
• Stop
• Reset
• Start
Number of repeats
Remaining time Time remaining until auto start
Heart rate
Intensity
Using World Time
World time lets you display the current time in any one of 31 cities (29
time zones) around the world.
• When you enter the World Time Mode, the screen for the city that was
displayed when you last exited the mode appears first.
• The seconds count in the World Time Mode is linked with the
Timekeeping Mode seconds count.
• The same 12-hour/24-hour format you select for the Timekeeping
Mode time is also applied in the World Time Mode.
Important!
• If the World Time Mode time is incorrect, correct the setting of the
current time in the Timekeeping Mode.
To enter the World Time Mode, press the D
button four times while in the Timekeeping Mode.
To search for a city code
In the World Time Mode, use the E (westward) and B (eastward)
buttons to scroll through city codes.
• Holding down either button scrolls at high speed.
• See the “World Time City Code List” for the meaning of each city code
and the sequence that city codes appear.
To turn summer time on and off
1. In the World Time Mode, use the E and
B buttons to select the city whose
summer time setting you want to
change.
2. Hold down the A button for about two
seconds to toggle the summer time
setting for the currently displayed city on
and off.
• The “DST” indicator appears on the display and timekeeping is
advanced by one hour when summer time is turned on.
• You can turn summer time on or off independently for each World
Time Mode city. Note, however, that you cannot change the summer
time setting for the “GMT” (Greenwich Mean Time) zone.
• If you turn on summer time for the city that you are using for your
Home Time city, summer time is also turned on in the Timekeeping
Mode.
Summer time, or Daylight Saving Time (DST) as is it is called in
some countries, calls for setting clocks ahead one hour during the
summer season. Note that the use of summer time depends on
the country and even the local area.
World Time
City code
Current time
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Operation Guide 2979
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World Time City Code List
City
Code
City
Code
City Name City Name
GMT
Differential
GMT
Differential
GMT
LON
PAR
BER
ATH
CAI
JRS
JED
THR
DXB
KBL
KHI
DEL
DAC
RGN
BKK
HKG
BJS
Greenwich Mean Time
London
Paris
Berlin
Athens
Cairo
Jerusalem
Jeddah
Teheran
Dubai
Kabul
Karachi
Delhi
Dhaka
Yangon
Bangkok
Hong Kong
Beijing
SEL
TYO
ADL
SYD
NOU
WLG
– – –
HNL
ANC
LAX
DEN
CHI
NYC
CCS
RIO
– – –
– – –
Seoul
Tokyo
Adelaide
Sydney
Noumea
Wellington
Honolulu
Anchorage
Los Angeles
Denver
Chicago
New York
Caracas
Rio De Janeiro
±0
±0
+1
+1
+2
+2
+2
+3
+3.5
+4
+4.5
+5
+5.5
+6
+6.5
+7
+8
+8
+9
+9
+9.5
+10
+11
+12
–11
–10
–9
–8
–7
–6
–5
–4
–3
–2
–1
• The contents of the above table are current as of December 2004.
• Time differentials in the above table are in accordance with Universal
Time Coordinated (UTC).
Using the Alarms and Hourly Time Signal
Your watch comes with three alarms and an hourly time signal.
Daily Alarms (ALM 1, ALM 2, ALM 3)
The watch beeps for about 10 seconds when an alarm time is reached.
Hourly Time Signal
The hourly time signal causes the watch to beep every hour on the hour.
Alarm and hourly time signal settings are
configured in the Alarm Mode, which you enter by
pressing the D button five times while in the
Timekeeping Mode.
To display an alarm screen
In the Alarm Mode, use the E (+) and B (–) buttons to scroll through
the alarm screens.
• Holding down either button scrolls at high speed.
Hourly Time Signal Alarm 3
Alarm 1
Alarm 2
Alarm number
Alarm time
Current time
(2 seconds)
To set an alarm time
1. In the Alarm Mode, display the screen of
the alarm whose setting you want to
change.
2. Hold down the A button for about two
seconds until the hour digits of the
current alarm time start to flash. This is
the setting screen.
• Displaying the setting screen also
turns on the alarm automatically and
causes the alarm on indicator to
appear on the screen.
3. Use the E (+) and B (–) buttons to change the hour setting.
• Holding down either button changes the setting at high speed.
• When setting the hour, make sure you specify AM or PM (P)
correctly when using 12-hour timekeeping, or that you specify the
correct 24-hour time. The same 12-hour/24-hour format you select
for the Timekeeping Mode time is also applied in the Alarm Mode.
• The timekeeping system (12-hour or 24-hour) used in the Alarm
Mode is the same one you select for the Timekeeping Mode.
4. Press the D button to move the flashing to the minutes.
5. Use the E (+) and B (–) buttons to change the minute setting within
the range of 0 to 59.
• Holding down either button changes the setting at high speed.
6. After all the settings are the way you want, press the A button to exit
the setting screen.
• The watch also will exit the setting screen automatically if you do
not perform any operation for about two or three minutes.
To turn an alarm or the hourly time signal on or off
While the screen for an alarm or the hourly time signal is on the display,
press the C button to toggle it on (alarm on indicator displayed) and off
(indicator not displayed).
• When any alarm is turned on, the alarm on indicator is displayed in all
other modes.
Alarm Hourly Time Signal
To stop the alarm beeper
Press any button.
To test the alarm
In the Alarm Mode, hold down the C button to sound the alarm.
Alarm on indicator Hourly time signal on indicator
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Configuring Home Time Settings
1. In the Timekeeping Mode, hold down the
A button for about two seconds until
the seconds digits of the current time
start to flash. This is the setting screen.
2. Configure the Home Time settings as
shown below.
• Use the D button to move to the next
setting. Use the E (+) and B (–)
buttons to change the currently
selected setting.
• Holding down the E or B button
changes the current setting at high
speed.
3. After all the settings are the way you
want, press the A button to exit the
setting screen.
• The watch also will exit the setting
screen automatically if you do not
perform any operation for about two or
three minutes.
■ 00 Reset/Illumination Duration
00 Reset: Press the E button.
• 00 to 29, no change in minutes.
• 30 to 59, increases minutes by 1.
Illumination Duration: Press the B button.
• Switches between 1.5 seconds and 3
seconds.
• Current setting indicated in the upper
display.
■ Summer Time (DST)
Press the E button to switch.
Settings: On, OFF
■ Home City
Use the E (westward) and B (eastward)
buttons to select.
See “World Time City Code List” for city
codes.
■ Hour
Use the E (+) and B (–) buttons to
change.
■ Minute
Use the E (+) and B (–) buttons to
change.
Range: 00 to 59
■ Year
Use the E (+) and B (–) buttons to
change.
Range: 00 to 99 (2000 to 2099)
■ Month
Use the E (+) and B (–) buttons to
change.
Range: 1 to 12
■ Day
Use the E (+) and B (–) buttons to
change.
Range: 1 to 31 (auto month length setting)
(2 seconds)
1.5 seconds
3 seconds
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
• When setting the hour, make sure you specify AM (no indicator)
or PM (P) correctly, or that you specify the correct 24-hour time.
• You can set a date in the range of January 1, 2000 to December
31, 2099.
• The day of the week is set automatically in accordance with the
date you set.
• The watch makes adjustments for leap years and month lengths
automatically.
• Summer time, or Daylight Saving Time (DST) as is it is called in
some countries, calls for setting clocks ahead one hour during
the summer season. Note that the use of summer time depends
on the country and even the local area.

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