Seiko Pulsar Y182
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CAL. Y182, 7T32 ALARM CHRONOGRAPH
Hour & minute hands with small second hand Date displayed in numerals
Can be set on a 12-hour basis with small alarm hands.
Measures up to 30 minutes in 1/5 second increments.
For models with tachymeter scale
DISPLAY AND CROWNS/BUTTONS
There are three buttons and two crowns. STOPWATCH minute hand STOPWATCH 1/5-second hand Minute hand (MAIN TIME)
Hour hand (MAIN TIME) Second hand (MAIN TIME)
Date ALARM hour hand
ALARM minute hand b: First click c: Second click
a: Normal position
SCREW DOWN CROWN
[for models with screw down crown]
Unlocking the crown
1 Turn Crown counterclockwise until you no longer feel the threads turning. 2 Crown can be pulled out.
Locking the crown
1 Push Crown back in to normal position. 2 Turn Crown clockwise while pressing it lightly until tight.
CROWN Pull out to first click.
CROWN 1 3
2 Turn clockwise until the date for the previous day appears. 3 Pull out to second click and turn until the desired date appears. 4 Push back in to normal position.
Hour hand Minute hand
1 Pull out to second click when Second hand is at the 12 oclock position.
3 CROWN 1
2 Turn to set Hour and Minute hands.
3 Push back in to normal position in accordance with a time signal.
Alarm time is set on a 12-hour basis and indicated by ALARM hour and minute hands that move independently of MAIN TIME hands.
ALARM SETTING 1 Adjustment of ALARM hands
After the main time is adjusted, follow the procedure below, and then set the alarm.
* The following procedure is necessary only after the main time is adjusted.
Hour hand (MAIN TIME)
Minute hand (MAIN TIME)
CROWN Pull out to second click.
2 Turn to set ALARM hands to the current time (MAIN TIME).
3 Push back in to normal position.
2 Alarm time setting
* Once ALARM hands are adjusted to the main time, alarm time setting can be made only by following the procedure below.
Pull out to first click. Press repeatedly to set ALARM hands to the desired alarm time. Push back in to normal position.
ALARM ENGAGEMENT/DISENGAGEMENT 1 Alarm engagement
CROWN 2 Pull out to first click.
2 Alarm disengagement
CROWN 2 Push back in to normal position.
Designated alarm time
q Alarm rings at the designated time for 20 seconds. * To stop it manually, press Button A, B or C, or push CROWN 2 back in to normal position.
Stopwatch measures up to 30 minutes in 1/5 second increments. After 30 minutes, it will start counting again from 0 repeatedly up to 6 hours.
q Before using the stopwatch: 1 Check that CROWNS 1 and 2 are set at normal position. 2 Press Button B to reset STOPWATCH hands to 0 position.
* If the hands do not return to 0 position, follow the procedure in ADJUSTING THE HAND POSITION (page 12).
STOPWATCH minute hand
Reset / Split /Split release
Start / Stop / Restart
STOPWATCH 1/5-second hand
CROWN 2 9
[for models with tachymeter scale on the dial]
To measure the hourly average speed of a vehicle
STOPWATCH second hand: 40 seconds Tachymeter scale: 90
1 Use the stopwatch to determine how many seconds it takes to go 1 km or 1 mile.
90 (tachymeter scale figure) x 1 (km or mile) = 90 km/h or mph
Tachymeter scale can be used only when the time required is less than 60 seconds. Ex. 2: If the measuring distance is extended to 2 km or miles or shortened to 0.5 km or miles and STOPWATCH second hand indicates 90 on tachymeter scale:
2 Tachymeter scale indicated by STOPWATCH second hand gives the average speed per hour.
90 (tachymeter scale figure) x 2 (km or mile) = 180 km/h or mph 90 (tachymeter scale figure) x 0.5 (km or mile) = 45 km/h or mph
To measure the hourly rate of operation
STOPWATCH second hand: 20 seconds Tachymeter scale: 180
1 Use the stopwatch to measure the time required to complete 1 job.
180 (tachymeter scale figure) x 1 job = 180 jobs/hour
Ex. 2: If 15 jobs are completed in 20 seconds: 180 (tachymeter scale figure) x 15 jobs = 2700 jobs/hour
2 Tachymeter scale indicated by STOPWATCH second hand gives the average number of jobs accomplished per hour.
ADJUSTING THE HAND POSITION
If STOPWATCH hands will not return to the 12 oclock position when the stopwatch is reset or when the battery is replaced with a new one, follow the procedure below.
Pull out to second click. Press repeatedly to reset STOPWATCH minute hand to the 12 oclock position. Press repeatedly to reset STOPWATCH second hand to the 12 oclock position. Push back in to normal position.
CROWN 1 12
RESETTING THE BUILT-IN IC
In case any of the hands should move improperly, follow the procedure below to adjust the hand movement.
Pull out to second click.
Push back in to normal position.
NOTES ON OPERATING THE WATCH
q Do not set the date between 9:00 p.m. and 3:00 a.m. Otherwise, the date may not change properly. * If it is necessary to set the date during that time period, first change the time to any time outside this period, set the date and then reset the correct time. q It is necessary to adjust the date at the end of February and 30-day months.
q When setting Hour hand, check that AM/PM is correctly set. * The watch is so designed that the date changes once in 24 hours. Turn the hands past the 12 oclock marker to determine whether the watch is set for the A.M. or P.M. period. If the date changes, the time is set for the A.M. period. If the date does not change, the time is set for the P.M. period. q When setting Minute hand, advance it 4 to 5 minutes ahead of the desired time and then turn it back to the exact minute.
q When setting ALARM minute hand, advance it 4 to 5 minutes ahead of the desired time and then turn it back to the exact minute. q Alarm hands move quickly if Button C is kept pressed.
q If CROWN 2 is pulled out to first click within 1 minute after being pushed back in to normal position, the alarm sounds. q If CROWN 2 is pulled out to second click, the designated alarm time is canceled with a warning beep. * In that case, set ALARM hands to MAIN TIME again, push CROWN 2 back in to normal position, and then, pull it out to first click and set the desired alarm time again. However, if CROWN 2 is pushed back in to normal position before the warning beep stops, the designated alarm time will not be canceled.
q If CROWN 1 is pulled out to second click, STOPWATCH hands are reset to 0 position. q If CROWN 2 is pulled out to first or second click, STOPWATCH hands are reset to 0 position. q When stopwatch has been reset and Button A is pressed before the hands reach 0 position, stopwatch still starts counting when Button A is pressed.
q Hands move quickly if the respective buttons are kept pressed. q After adjusting the hand position, set the main time.
q Before using the watch again, be sure to set the main time, adjust the position of STOPWATCH hands and set the alarm.
Battery life : Approx. 2 years Battery : SEIKO SR927W
q As the battery is inserted at the factory to check the function and performance of the watch, its actual life once in your possession may be less than the specified period. q When the battery expires, be sure to replace it as soon as possible to prevent any malfunction. q We recommend that you contact an AUTHORIZED PULSAR DEALER for battery replacement.
q Battery life indicator
When the battery nears its end, the small second hand moves at two-second intervals instead of normal one-second intervals to indicate that the battery needs to be replaced with a new one.
* If the alarm is used while Second hand is moving at two-second intervals, the watch may stop operating. Replace the battery as soon as possible.
q Do not remove the battery from the watch. q 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. q Never short-circuit, tamper with or heat the battery, and never expose it to fire. The battery may burst, become very hot or catch fire.
q The battery is not rechargeable. Never attempt to recharge it, as this may cause battery leakage or damage to the battery.
TO PRESERVE THE QUALITY OF YOUR WATCH
q Non-water resistant
If the watch becomes wet, have it checked by an AUTHORIZED PULSAR DEALER or SERVICE CENTER.
q Water resistant 5/10/15/20 bar
Before using in water, be sure the crowns are pushed in completely. Do not operate the crowns and buttons when the watch is wet or in water. If used in sea water, rinse the watch in fresh water and dry it completely. When taking a shower with the water resistant 5 bar watch, or taking a bath with the water resistant 10, 15 or 20 bar watch, be sure to observe the following: * Do not operate the crowns or push the buttons when the watch is wet with soapy water or shampoo. * If the watch is left in warm water, a slight time loss or gain may be caused. This condition, however, will be corrected when the watch returns to normal temperature.
* Pressure in bar is a test pressure and should not be considered as corresponding to actual diving depth since swimming movement tends to increase the pressure at a given depth. Care should also be taken on diving into water. ** We recommend that you wear a PULSAR Divers Watch for scuba diving.
Your watch works with stable accuracy within a temperature range of 5 -10C C and 35 C (41 F and 95 F). Temperatures over 60 C (140 F) may cause battery leakage or shorten the battery life. Do not leave your watch in very low temperatures below 10 C (+14 F) for a long time since the cold may cause a slight time loss or gain. However, the above conditions will be corrected when the watch returns to normal temperature.
Your watch will be adversely affected by strong magnetism. Keep it away from close contact with magnetic objects.
CARE OF CASE AND BRACELET
To prevent possible rusting of the case and bracelet caused by dust, moisture and perspiration, wipe them periodically with a soft dry cloth.
SHOCKS & VIBRATION
Light activities will not It is recommended that the affect your watch, but be watch be checked once 2-3 careful not to drop your every 2 to 3 years. Have Years watch or hit it against hard your watch checked by an surfaces, as this may AUTHORIZED PULSAR cause damage. DEALER or SERVICE CENTER to ensure that the case, crowns, buttons, gasket and crystal seal remain intact. CHEMICALS Be careful not to expose the watch to solvents, mercury, cosmetic spray, detergents, adhesives or paints. Otherwise, the case, bracelet, etc. may become discolored, deteriorated or damaged.
PRECAUTION REGARDING CASE BACK PROTECTIVE FILM
If your watch has a protective film and/or a sticker on the case back, be sure to peel them off before using your watch.
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