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2.0 Parts and Its Functions
Mode Button - To select between various modes: Current Time, Alarm Time, Chronograph, Lap Memory Recall, Countdown Timer and Dual Time Mode. - Press and hold for 2 seconds to change to the setting displays in various modes. - To select among items to be set during the setting sequence. - To select between normal compass bearing and backward bearing display in Compass Mode. Start/Stop Button - To start/stop the timer/chronograph. - To lock/unlock the compass bearing. - To increase the number during setting sequences. - To review the lap memories by forward reviewing Compass Button - To select between Current Time and Compass Mode. - To decrease the number during setting sequences. - To select Lap/reset function in Chronograph Mode. - To reset the timer in Countdown Timer Mode. Light Button - Press once to turn on the EL back light for about 3 seconds. - Press and hold for 2 seconds to enable/disable auto light. If auto light is enabled, pressing any button will turn on the back light for about 3 seconds.

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Instruction Manual
light button start/stop button

compass mode button

display

light button

1.0 Introduction
Thanks for your purchase of the XG-20. Your XG-20 features electronic sensors that measures the compass directions. Your XG-20 provides directions to you at the time while you are hiking, climbing and doing other outdoor activities. Your XG-20 also includes normal time, daily alarm, countdown timer, dual time and chronograph. Your XG-20 is carefully designed and produced for outdoor activities, in order to utilize the features of your watch, it is advisable to read the following instructions: - Read the instruction before you use the XG-20. - Avoid exposing your XG-20 to extreme conditions for an unreasonable time. - Avoid rough uses or severe impacts to your XG-20. - Do not open the XG-20's case unless a certified service agency because your XG-20 contains precise electronic sensor and components. - Clean your XG-20 with a soft cloth occasionally to increase the life of your watch. - Keep your XG-20 away from magnets or appliances which contain magnetic objects such as mobile phones, speakers and motors. - Store your XG-20 in a dry place when it is not in use.

3.0 Major Function Modes

mode button

Countdown Timer Mode

Pacer Mode

mode *1 button

Lap Memory Recall Mode

Dual Time Mode

compass button

Compass Mode

Remarks1: If the chronograph is running, the Lap Memory Recall Mode will be reserved for the lap memory recording, hence it can not be reviewed during this period of time.

Chronograph Mode

Alarm Mode

Current Time Mode

4.0 Current Time Mode - Current Time & Calendar
Current Time Mode - The 1st row of the display shows the day of week. - The 2nd row of the display shows the current time: hour, minute and second. - The 3rd row of the display shows the calendar: month, day. - The indicators around the display show the current time in 1 second resolution.
5.0 Alarm Time Mode - Setting the Alarm and Chime On/Off
Alarm Time Mode - The 2nd row of the display shows the current time: hour, minute and second. - The 3rd row of the display shows the alarm time: hour, minute. - The indicators around the display show the current time in 1 second resolution. To Set the Chime ON/OFF - Press the [compass] button to change the ON/OFF status of the hourly chime, in the Alarm Time Mode. - When the chime indicator is shown (chime ON), the. XG-20 beeps every hour on the hour To Set the Alarm ON/OFF - Press the [start/stop] button to change the ON/OFF status of the alarm, in the Alarm Time Mode. - When the alarm indicator is shown (alarm ON), the XG-20 sounds at the pre-set alarm time every day.

day of week

current time (hour:minute second)
current time (hour: minute, second)

Calendar (month-day)

analog second

alarm time (hour-minute)

Alarm Time Mode hold mode
Current Time Mode hold mode
digits have been selected (flashing)
Alarm Time Setting Mode Current Time Setting Mode

Alarm Time Setting

Current Time Setting
4.1 Current Time Mode - Setting Current Time & Calendar
Increase the number increase the number at a higher speed

hold start/stop

5.1 Alarm Time Mode - Setting the Alarm Time
increase the number at a higher speed

start/stop button

hold mode

second

minute

day month

12/24 hour format
Current Time Setting Sequence
compass button hold compass
To Set the Current Time and Date - To set the current time and the date, press and hold the [mode] button for 2 seconds to change the display from the Current Time Mode to Current Time Setting Mode. - The second digits flash on the display because they are being selected. The Setting Procedures - Press [mode] button to change the selections following the Current Time Setting Sequence shown on the left. - If the digits are flashing, press the [start/stop] button to increase the number; hold the [start/stop] button to change the number at a higher speed. Press the [compass] button to decrease the number; hold the [compass] button to change the number at a higher speed. - While 12/24 hour format setting is selected, press the [start/stop] or [compass] button once to select between 12 or 24 hour format. - After you set the current time, calendar and 12/24 hour format, press the [mode] button to exit the Current Time Setting Sequence. - If no key-stoke has been activated for 30 seconds, the setting display will return to Current Time Mode.

Increase the number

Alarm Time Setting Sequence
To Set the Alarm Time - Press and hold the [mode] button for 2 seconds to change from Alarm Time Mode to Alarm Time Setting Mode. - The minute digits flash on the display because it is being selected. The Setting Procedures - Press [mode] button to change the selection following the Alarm Time Setting Sequence shown on the left. - If the digits are flashing, press the [start/stop] button to increase the number; hold the [start/stop] button to change the number at a higher speed. Press the [compass] button to decrease the number; hold the [compass] button to change the number at a higher speed. - After you set the alarm time, press the [mode] button to exit the setting sequence. - If no key-stoke has been activated for 30 seconds, the setting display will auto return to Alarm Time Mode.

decrease the number

decrease the number at a higher speed
6.0 Chronograph Mode - Chronograph 'All Zero' Mode

lap time lap number

6.2 Chronograph Mode - Record Lap Time
To Record Lap Memory - The Chronograph Mode allows you to record lap memory (maximum 42 lap memories). - Press the [compass] button once to record the lap memory while the chronograph is running. - The lap number will be flashing on the 1st row of the display. - The lap time is displayed on the 2nd row of t h e display for 5 seconds, then it shows the 'elapse' time since the [compass] button has been pressed. - The accumulated 'elapse' time will be displayed on the 3rd row of the display. -While the lap number and lap time are displaying, the chronograph keeps running. - Repeat the steps mentioned above to get another set of lap memory. To Reset Lap Memory - Press and hold the [compass] button for 2 seconds to reset the lap memory in the Chronograph Mode while the chronograph was stopped.
accumulative 'elaspsed' time

1/10 second

Chronograph 'all zero' Mode

'hyphen' separator

Chronograph Mode (chronograph time is not longer than 1 hour)
Chronograph Mode - The Chronograph measures elapsed times and lap times. - The display shows the 'All Zeros' Mode if the chronograph has been selected the first time or the chronograph has been reset. - The 1st row of the display shows the current lap number of the chronograph. - The 2nd row of the display shows the lap time: minute, second and 1/100 second. - The 3rd row of the display shows the accumulated running time: minute, second and 1/100 second. NOTE: if the accumulated time is long than 1 hour, the display shows chronograph time in hour, minute and second instead of minute, second and 1/100 second. - The indicators around the display shows the chronograph time in 1/10 second. NOTE: The maximum counting range of the chronograph is 9 hours 59 minutes and 59 seconds, hence the chronograph will count continuously until it counts to that value or the [start/stop] button is pressed.
Chronograph 'Running' Mode

compass

lap number lap time 1/10 second
accumulative 'elapsed' time

Chronograph 'Lap' Mode

5 seconds
lap number 'elaspe' time since the [ compass ] button has been pressed

'colon' separator

Chronograph Mode (Chronograph time is longer than 1 hour)
6.1 Chronograph Mode - Start/Stop the Chronograph
To Start/Stop the Chronograph - When the chronograph is stopped, press the [start/stop] button once to start the chronograph; press the [start/stop] button once again to stop the chronograph. - The elapsed time between the two 'start/stop' keystrokes will be shown on 3rd row of the display. - Repeat the above steps to get the accumulated time the chronograph is running. * To Reset the Chronograph -To record a new set of elapsed time, press and hold the [compass] button for 2 seconds to reset the chronograph to 'All Zeros' display when the chronograph is stopped. NOTE: If you reset the chronograph, the lap memory will be reset at the same time.
7.0 Lap Memory Recall Mode - Recall

lap number

Lap Time

lap time

accumulative 'elapse' time compass button
Lap Memory Recall Mode (1st Lap Memory)

start/stop

2nd lap memory

start/stop start/stop

the next recorded lap memories
the last recorded lap memory (max. 42 memory) Lap Memory Recall Sequence
Lap Memory Recall Mode - The lap number flashes in the 1st row of the display; the 'REC' indicator will appear at the same time. - The 2nd row of the display shows the lap time of the current lap memory: minute, second and 1/100 second. - The 3rd row of the display shows the accumulated 'elapse' time: minute, second and 1/100 second. NOTE: If the chronograph is running, the Lap Memory Recall Mode will be reserved for the lap memory recording and this mode can not be reviewed during this period of time. To Recall Lap Memory - Press the [start/stop] button to check the lap memories through forward reviewing from lap 1 to lap 42. Hold the [start/stop] button to change lap memory at a higher speed. - Press the [compass] button to check the lap memories through backward reviewing from lap 42 to lap 1. Hold the [compass] button to change lap memory at a higher speed. NOTE: Check the 'To Reset Lap Memory' section for lap memory reset instructions.

Chronograph 'Stop' Mode

8.0 Countdown Timer Mode - Countdown Timer Mode

Countdown Timer

Countdown Timer Mode indicator countdown time analog second
Countdown Timer Mode hold mode
8.2 Timer Mode - Using the Timer
To Use the Timer - When the timer is set, press the [start/stop] button to start the timer. Press the [start/stop] button again to stop the timer. - If the timer is started, the countdown time (hour, minute and second) will be shown on the display continuously. - The timer starts to beep every second when it is 5 seconds to the end of the countdown. -When the countdown time reaches zero, a long beep lasting for 2 seconds will be heard. - Press any button in this period to terminate the beep sound prematurely. -When the countdown time reaches zero, press [compass] button to re-load the preset time, or press [start/stop] button to re-load the preset time and start the countdown simultaneously. To Reset the Timer - Press and hold the [compass] button for 2 seconds to reset the timer while the timer is stopped.
- XG-20 has a countdown feature: the Countdown Timer Mode. - The Countdown Timer starts counting from the preset number to zero and stops at zero. - T h e 1 s t r o w o f t h e d i s p l a y s h o w s t h e 'C d T ' indicator. - The 2nd row of the display shows the countdown time: hour, minute and second. - The indicators around the display shows the countdown time in 1 second.
Countdown Timer Mode indicator Pre-set countdown time analog second

the countdown time

Countdown Timer Setting Mode
Countdown Timer 'running' Mode
8.1 Countdown Timer Mode - Setting the Timer
9.0 Pacer Mode - Pacer Mode
the number of bpm (Beep per minute)

hold compass

To Set the Countdown Timer - Press and hold the [mode] button for 2 seconds to change the display from Countdown Timer Mode to Countdown Timer Setting Mode. NOTE: The setting range of the timer: 0 to 99 hour, 59 minutes, 59 seconds. - The second digits flash on the display because it is being selected. The Setting Procedure - Press [mode] button to change the selection following the Countdown Timer Setting Sequence. - If the digits are flashing, press the [s ta rt /s to p] bu tt on to increase the number; hold the [start/stop] button to change the number at a higher speed. Press the [compass] button to decrease the n um be r; ho ld th e [compass] button to change the number at a higher speed. - After you set the timer, press the [mode] button to exit the setting sequence. - If no key-stoke has been activated for 30 seconds, the setting display will return to Countdown Timer Mode.

Pacer Mode indicator

- The XG-20 has a build-in a pacer for the user: The Pacer Mode. - The 2nd row of the display show the current pacer setting. - The 'PACE' indicator will appear on the 3rd row of the display. - If the pacer is activated, the XG-20 will beep at the preset rate (bpm) every minute. To Start/Stop the Pacer - If the Pacer has been set, press the [start/stop] button to start the pacer. Press the [start/stop] button again to stop the pacer (beeping sound).

Pacer Setting Mode

9.1 Pacer Mode - Setting the Pacer Rate (bpm)
To Set the Pacer Rate (bpm) - Press and hold the [mode] button for 2 seconds to change the display from Pacer to P a c e r S e t t i n g Mode. - The digits flash on the display because it is being selected. The setting procedure - If the digits are flashing, press the [start/stop] button to increase the number (steps of 5 BPM); hold the [start/stop] button to change the number at a higher speed. Press the [Compass] button to decrease the number (steps of 5 BPM); hold the [Compass] button to change the number at a higher speed. - After you set the pacer, press the [mode] button to exit the setting sequence. - If no key-stoke has been activated for 30 seconds, the setting display will return to Pacer Mode. NOTE: The setting range of the pacer: 40 bpm to 180 bpm.
10.1 Dual Time Mode - Setting the Dual Time

increase the bpm

increase the bpm at a higher speed
Pacer Setting Mode (90 bpm)
Dual Time Setting Sequence

button

decrease the bpm
decrease the bpm at a higher speed
To Set the Dual Time - To set the dual time, press and hold the [mode] button for 2 seconds to change the display from the Dual Time Mode to Dual Time Setting Mode. - The minute digits flash on the display because they are being selected. The Setting Procedures - Press [mode] button to change the selections following the Dual Time Setting Sequence shown on the left. - If the digits are flashing, press the [start/stop] button to increase the number; hold the [start/stop] button to change the number at a higher speed. Press the [Compass] button to decrease the number; hold the [Compass] button to change the number at a higher speed. - After you set the Dual Timer, press the [mode] button to exit the Dual Time Setting Sequence. - If no key-stoke has been activated for 30 seconds, the setting display will return to Dual Time Mode.

Pacer Setting Sequence

10.0 Dual Time Mode - Dual Time Mode

'T2' indicator

11.0 Compass Mode - The Precautions
Precautions when Using XG-20 - Keep your XG-20 away from magnets or appliances which may contain magnetic objects such as mobile phones, speakers, motors and etc. - The XG-20, like most magnetic compass, points to the magnetic North which is slightly different from the true North. Check the 'What is Magnetic Declination' section for more detail. - Perform the compass calibration in the following conditions: : 1) when the XG-20 is used the first time, 2) when the 'DIST' indicator is flashing, 3) the battery has been replaced, or 4) when using the compass in a location different from the place in which the compass had been calibrated. - To achieve an accurate result, you should avoid measuring a direction in the following conditions: 1) the watch is close to magnetic/metal objects, 2) the watch is close to electrical appliances, or 3) the watch is inside a moving object or a ferro-concrete building.
dual time (hour:minute second)

Dual Time Mode hold mode

Dual Time Mode - The 'T-2' indicator will be displayed on the 1st row of the display. - The 2nd row of the display shows the dual time: hour, minute and second. - The 3rd row of the display shows the calendar: month, day. - The indicators around the display show the dual time in 1 second resolution. NOTE: The calendar readout of the Dual Time Mode will be the same as the Current Time Mode.

Dual Time Setting Mode

The features of the HiTrax Scout which relat to the Compass Mode
11.1 Compass Mode - Compass Mode
Compass Mode - In the Compass Mode, the 1st row of the display shows the bearing (compass points) of the direction which the watch's pointer is pointing. - The 2nd row of the display shows the bearing (digital) of the direction which the watch's pointer is pointing. - The 3nd row of the display shows the current time: hour, minute and second. - The indicators around the display show the direction of magnetic North. -The Compass Mode will change to the standby mode after 1 minute. - In the standby mode, press any button except [Light] button once to return to the Compass Mode.
11.3 Compass Mode - Magnetic Declination Compensation
magnetic declination 238 W magnetic north

object B

bearing direction (compass points)

magnetic north indicator

true north 08

true bearing 3008

bearing direction (digital) current time

magnetic bearing 3238

point A
Compensate the Bearing at a place with Westerly (W) Magnetic Declination
magnetic declination 228 E magnetic north
Magnetic Declination Compensation - Compensate an object's bearing by subtract westerly (W) magnetic declination or add easterly (E) magnetic declination with the magnetic bearing. Example 1 - 238 Westerly magnetic declination and the compass needle points 3238. - The bearing will be 3238 (MB) - 238 (W) = 3008 (TB). Example 2 - 228 Easterly magnetic declination and the compass needle points 2788. - The bearing will be 2788(M) + 228(E) = 3008 (TB). - XG-20 will compensate the compass bearing wherever the magnetic declination is either Westerly (-ve) declination or Easterly declination (+ve) automatically, if the user inputs the magnetic declination angle of the city which is close to the user's current location during the calibration. - Check the 'Calibrating the Compass' section for more details on the calibration.

Magnetic North

True North

Magnetic Declination

11.5 Compass Mode - Before Calibrate the Compass
To Calibrate the compass - Perform the compass calibration in the following conditions: 1) when the XG- 20 is used the first time, 2)when the 'DIST' indicator is flashing, 3) the battery has been replaced, 4) when using the compass in a location different from the place in which the compass had been calibrated. IMPORTANT: If the watch has not been calibrated, the direction reading may be inaccurate. - Check the 'Magnetic Declination at Major Cities' section to get the magnetic declination of the city closeest to your current location * *
11.7 Compass Mode - Compass Points and Digital Bearings

object D NW

N E object B

point A SE object C

Compass button
Bearing Directions (Compass Points)
The Direction of an Object - The direction of an object from a point is specified in either compass points or digital bearing directions. - The XG-20 provides both compass points or ` digital bearing directions. The Compass Points - The compass points are North, Northeast, East. Southeast, South, Southwest, West and Northwest. - For example, in the figure on the left, the compass points of object B from point A is East. The compass points of object C from point A is Southeast. The compass points of object D from point A is Northwest. The Digital Bearing - The digital bearing direction of an object is defined as the angular difference between North and the object. (Assuming that for North, and the measuring range is from to 3598 ) - For example, in the figure on the left, the digital bearing direction of object B from point A is 908. The digital bearing direction of object C from point A is 135 8. The digital bearing direction of object D from point A is 315 8.

1 minute

Magnetic Declination Setting Mode

object D 3158

angular difference 08
908 object B 1358 object C
Calibration 'Rotation' Mode
Bearing Directions (Digital)

Calibration Sequence

11.6 Compass Mode - Calibrating the Compass

finish start

11.8 Compass Mode - Compass Points versus Digital Bearings
Marks N NNE NE ENE E ESE SE SSE S SSW SW WSW W WNW NW NNW Compass Points North North Northeast Northeast East Northeast East East Southeast Southeast South Southeast South South Southwest Southwest West Southwest West West Northwest Northwest North Northwest

To Calibrate the Compass - Press and hold the [mode] button for 2 seconds to start the Magnetic Declination Setting, in the Compass Mode. - The 'DEC' indicator will be appeared on the 1st row of the display. The digit will start flashing, press the [start/stop] button to change the angle (from -90 to 90),until the desire magnetic declination has appeared. Example 1: - Compensate the magnetic declination for Wellington in New Zealand (22-E), select +22 in the magnetic declination setting. Example 2: - Compensate the magnetic declination in Boston in the USA (16-W), select -16 in the magnetic declination setting. - Press the [mode] button to go to the Calibration 'Rotation' Mode, the EL back light will turn on automatically for a second. At the same time, the 'CAL' indicator will show on 1st row of the display and the bearing indicators will start to move. - When the EL back light is off, hold the XG-20 on a flat surface which is parallel to the horizon, then rotate the XG-20 clockwise at the rate as the bearing indicators' moving for 2 turns. The rotation should be completed in a slow and steady practice. - When the turning is completed, press [mode] button to return to Compass Mode. The Calibration 'Rotation' Mode will return to Compass Mode after 1 minute.
Digital Bearing Directions 348.758 to 11.258 11.258 to 33.758 33.758 to 56.258 56.258 to 78.758 78.758 to 101.258 101.258 to 123.758 123.758 to 146.258 146.258 to 168.758 168.758 to 191.258 191.258 to 213.758 213.758 to 236.258 236.258 to 258.758 258.758 to 281.258 281.258 to 303.758 303.758 to 326.258 326.258 to 348.758
Compass Points versus Digital Bearings
To Calibrate the compass - Perform the compass calibration in the following conditions: 1) when the XG- is used the first time, 2)when the 'DIST' indicator is flashing, 3) the battery has been replaced, 4) when using the compass in a location different from the place in which the compass had been calibrated. IMPORTANT: If the watch has not been calibrated, the direction reading may be inaccurate. - Check the 'Magnetic Declination at Major Cities' section to get the magnetic declination of the city closeest to your current location * *
11.9 Compass Mode - Measure Compass Directions

11.11 Compass Mode -

Compass Lock
Compass Lock - The XG-20 built-in a lock function to lock important direction readings, in the Compass Mode. - When the 'Lock' indicator 'LOCK' is appeared, the XG-20 locks the direction readings, hence the direction reading will not be changed even the pointer is pointing to another object.
Measure Compass Directions

target object

- When measuring compass directions, make sure that the XG-20 is placed on a flat surface which is parallel to the horizon.

3288 08

- If you are wearing the XG-20 during the measurement, make sure that your wrist is parallel to the horizon. I M P O R T A N T: I f t h e w a t c h i s n o t p a r a l l e l t o t h e horizon when taking a measurement, the result may be inaccurate. - Point the pointer which is engraved on the watch in the direction where your target object is. - Press the [Compass] button once to select the Compass Mode, in the Current Time Mode.

Check your position by Backward Bearing - The XG-20 can check your position by backward bearing. - Spot two distant identifiable landmarks (mountains, light- houses, forts and buildings) of your current position, such as the mountain A and B. - Consult a map to find out the mountain A and B's locations on a map. - Check out the backward bearing directions of mountain A and B of your current position, such as 1358 for mountain A and 2708 for mountain B. - Use a ruler to draw the line 1358 on the map which starting from the mountain A. Draw the line s on the map which starting from the mountain B. - Your current position will be at the intersection point (point A) of the lines 1358 and 2708.
Compass Mode (Backward Bearing)

Backward Bearing

11.13 Compass Mode - Application of the Compass II

13.0 Specifications

Current Time Mode Time System: - AM, PM, Hour, minute, second, and display with bar graph animation at the rate of 1 second - 12-hour or 24-hour format Calendar: - Month, date and day of week display - Auto-Calendar function for leap year and day of week Alarm Mode Alarm Type: - 1 daily alarms, hourly chime Alarm Sound: - Sounds for 20 seconds at preset time of real time clock Chronograph Mode Resolution: - 1/100 second Range: - 9 hours 59 minutes 59.99 seconds Lap memory: - 42 lap memories (maximum)

point E (finish point)

3120 m

point C

point D

4110 m

1110 m

point B

2120 m point A (starting point)

A Sample Trail On A Map

To Check the Track Course Correct - If you are hiking on a track, the XG-20 can keep your track course correct. - For example, the correct track is from point A to point D as it is mentioned on the map on the left. Before the Track - Mark the points (identifiable landmarks) on a topographic map where the track turns its direction or t h e track branches its way, such as the point A, B, C and D. - Check the bearing directions on a topographic map of the following points: 1)point B from point A (3158 ), 2)point C from point B (08 ), 3)point D from point C (2258 ), and 4)point E from point D (3158 ). During the Track - Check that you are in the correct bearing direction at the turning points or where the trail branches its way. IMPORTANT: If you doubt of the directions and positions of the track, consult a wrangler or park administration officer before starting your track.

Countdown Timer Resolution: - 1 second resolution Range: - 99 hours 59 minutes 59 seconds Operation Mode: - Countdown to zero and stop at zero Timer Sounds: - Beeps once when count to last 10, 5 and 1 minute - Beeps once for every second when count to last 5 seconds, - Sounds for 2 seconds when count to zero Pacer Mode Range: - 40 bpm to 180 bpm Pacer Sounds: - Pacer beep Dual Time Mode Time System: - AM, PM, Hour, minute, second, and display with bar graph animation at the rate of 1 second Calendar: - Month and date
12.0 Low Battery Indication & Auto-Light Indication
Low Battery Indication - If the battery low indicator is appeared on the display, it means that the capacity of the battery is low. It is recommended to replace the battery with a new one (CR-2032). - Complete the battery replacement by a certified service agency, because this XG-20 contains precise electronic sensor and components. - However, if the appearance of battery low indicator is caused by an extremely low temperature, the indicator will be disappeared when normal temperature returns. IMPORTANT: Perform the compass calibration immediately, if the battery has been replaced. Refer to the 'Before Calibrate the Compass' and 'Calibrating the Compass' sections for more detail of the calibration. Auto-Light Indication - If the auto-light indicator is appeared, the auto-light feature is enabled. - If the auto-light is enabled, press any button will turn on the back light for about 3 seconds. NOTE: Auto-Light feature will consume more battery than that when the auto-light feature is disable, hence a shorter life cycle for the battery when the auto-light feature is enabled. To Enable/Disable Auto-Light - Press and hold for 2 seconds to enable the auto-light feature when the auto-light is disabled. - Press and hold for 2 seconds to disable the auto-light feature when the auto-light is enabled.
Compass Mode Resolution: - 18 display (digital) - 1 of 60 pointers (graphical) - 16 compass points Display Range: - 0 to 3598 (digital) - 1 to 60 pointers (graphical) Others: - Digital bearing reading Lock - Digital backward bearing Back Light Back Light Type: - Electro-Luminescent (EL) back light Others: - Auto back light Battery Battery Type: - Single 3V lithium battery (CR2032)

low battery indicator

Low Battery Indication

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WARRANTY INFORMATION La Crosse Technology, Ltd provides a 1-year limited warranty on this product against manufacturing defects in materials and workmanship. This limited warranty begins on the original date of purchase, is valid only on products purchased and used in North America and only to the original purchaser of this product. To receive warranty service, the purchaser must contact La Crosse Technology, Ltd for problem determination and service procedures. Warranty service can only be performed by a La Crosse Technology, Ltd authorized service center. The original dated bill of sale must be presented upon request as proof of purchase to La Crosse Technology, Ltd or La Crosse Technology, Ltds authorized service center. La Crosse Technology, Ltd will repair or replace this product, at our option and at no charge as stipulated herein, with new or reconditioned parts or products if found to be defective during the limited warranty period specified above. All replaced parts and products become the property of La Crosse Technology, Ltd and must be returned to La Crosse Technology, Ltd. Replacement parts and products assume the remaining original warranty, or ninety (90) days, whichever is longer. La Crosse Technology, Ltd will pay all expenses for labor and materials for all repairs covered by this warranty. If necessary repairs are not covered by this warranty, or if a product is examined which is not in need or repair, you will be charged for the repairs or examination. The owner must pay any shipping charges incurred in getting your La Crosse Technology, Ltd product to a La Crosse Technology, Ltd authorized service center. La Crosse Technology, Ltd will pay ground return shipping charges to the owner of the product to a USA address only. Your La Crosse Technology, Ltd warranty covers all defects in material and workmanship with the following specified exceptions: (1) damage caused by accident, unreasonable use or neglect (including the lack of reasonable and necessary maintenance); (2) damage occurring during shipment (claims must be presented to the carrier); (3) damage to, or deterioration of, any accessory or decorative surface; (4) damage resulting from failure to follow instructions contained in your owners manual; (5) damage resulting from the performance of repairs or alterations by someone other than an authorized La Crosse Technology, Ltd authorized service center; (6) units used for other than home use (7) applications and uses that this product was not intended or (8) the products inability to receive a signal due to any source of interference. This warranty covers only actual defects within the product itself, and does not cover the cost of installation or removal from a fixed installation, normal set-up or adjustments, claims based on misrepresentation by the seller or performance variations resulting from installation-related circumstances. LA CROSSE TECHNOLOGY, LTD WILL NOT ASSUME LIABILITY FOR INCIDENTAL, CONSEQUENTIAL, PUNITIVE, OR OTHER SIMILAR DAMAGES ASSOCIATED WITH THE OPERATION OR MALFUNCTION OF THIS PRODUCT. THIS PRODUCT IS NOT TO BE USED FOR MEDICAL PURPOSES OR FOR PUBLIC INFORMATION. THIS PRODUCT IS NOT A TOY. KEEP OUT OF CHILDRENS REACH. This warranty gives you specific legal rights. You may also have other rights specific to your State. Some States do no allow the exclusion of consequential or incidental damages therefore the above exclusion of limitation may not apply to you. For warranty work, technical support, or information contact: La Crosse Technology, Ltd 2809 Losey Blvd S. La Crosse, WI 54601 Phone: 608.782.1610 Fax: 608.796.1020 e-mail: support@lacrossetechnology.com (warranty work) sales@lacrossetechnology.com (information on other products) web: www.lacrossetechnology.com

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WARRANTY INFORMATION La Crosse Technology, Ltd provides a 1-year limited warranty on this product against manufacturing defects in materials and workmanship. This limited warranty begins on the original date of purchase, is valid only on products purchased and used in North America and only to the original purchaser of this product. To receive warranty service, the purchaser must contact La Crosse Technology, Ltd for problem determination and service procedures. Warranty service can only be performed by a La Crosse Technology, Ltd authorized service center. The original dated bill of sale must be presented upon request as proof of purchase to La Crosse Technology, Ltd or La Crosse Technology, Ltds authorized service center. La Crosse Technology, Ltd will repair or replace this product, at our option and at no charge as stipulated herein, with new or reconditioned parts or products if found to be defective during the limited warranty period specified above. All replaced parts and products become the property of La Crosse Technology, Ltd and must be returned to La Crosse Technology, Ltd. Replacement parts and products assume the remaining original warranty, or ninety (90) days, whichever is longer. La Crosse Technology, Ltd will pay all expenses for labor and materials for all repairs covered by this warranty. If necessary repairs are not covered by this warranty, or if a product is examined which is not in need or repair, you will be charged for the repairs or examination. The owner must pay any shipping charges incurred in getting your La Crosse Technology, Ltd product to a La Crosse Technology, Ltd authorized service center. La Crosse Technology, Ltd will pay ground return shipping charges to the owner of the product to a USA address only. Your La Crosse Technology, Ltd warranty covers all defects in material and workmanship with the following specified exceptions: (1) damage caused by accident, unreasonable use or neglect (including the lack of reasonable and necessary maintenance); (2) damage occurring during shipment (claims must be presented to the carrier); (3) damage to, or deterioration of, any accessory or decorative surface; (4) damage resulting from failure to follow instructions contained in your owners manual; (5) damage resulting from the performance of repairs or alterations by someone other than an authorized La Crosse Technology, Ltd authorized service center; (6) units used for other than home use (7) applications and uses that this product was not intended or (8) the products inability to receive a signal due to any source of interference. This warranty covers only actual defects within the product itself, and does not cover the cost of installation or removal from a fixed installation, normal set-up or adjustments, claims based on misrepresentation by the seller or performance variations resulting from installation-related circumstances. LA CROSSE TECHNOLOGY, LTD WILL NOT ASSUME LIABILITY FOR INCIDENTAL, CONSEQUENTIAL, PUNITIVE, OR OTHER SIMILAR DAMAGES ASSOCIATED WITH THE OPERATION OR MALFUNCTION OF THIS PRODUCT. THIS PRODUCT IS NOT TO BE USED FOR MEDICAL PURPOSES OR FOR PUBLIC INFORMATION. THIS PRODUCT IS NOT A TOY. KEEP OUT OF CHILDRENS REACH. This warranty gives you specific legal rights. You may also have other rights specific to your State. Some States do no allow the exclusion of consequential or incidental damages therefore the above exclusion of limitation may not apply to you. For warranty work, technical support, or information contact: La Crosse Technology, Ltd 2809 Losey Blvd S. La Crosse, WI 54601 Phone: 608.782.1610 Fax: 608.796.1020 e-mail: support@lacrossetechnology.com (warranty work) sales@lacrossetechnology.com (information on other products) web: www.lacrossetechnology.com
All rights reserved. This handbook must not be reproduced in any form, even in excerpts, or duplicated or processed using electronic, mechanical or chemical procedures without written permission of the publisher. This handbook may contain mistakes and printing errors. The information in this handbook is regularly checked and corrections made in the next issue. We accept no liability for technical mistakes or printing errors, or their consequences. All trademarks and patents are acknowledged.

 

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