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Setting Instructions for Movement Caliber E100 Contents (click on a topic) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. Outline Specifications About Solar Powered Watches Setting the Time and Calendar Functions of the Solar Power Watch Time Required for Recharge Notes on Recharging About the Eco Drive Rechargeable Battery Care of Your Timepiece Return to Table of Contents 1.OUTLINE This watch is an analog solar powered timepiece that has a solar cell on its dial that converts the light into electrical energy t
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    Setting Instructions for Movement Caliber E100 Contents 1. Outline2. Specifications 3. About Solar Powered Watches4. Setting the Time and Calendar5. Functions of the Solar Power Watch6. Time Required for Recharge7. Notes on Recharging8. About the Eco Drive Rechargeable Battery9. Care of Your Timepiece (click on a topic)    1.OUTLINE This watch is an analog solar powered timepiece that has a solar cell on its dial thatconverts the light into electrical energy to drive the movement. 2. Specifications  Movement Caliber Number E100  Accuracy Within +/- 15 seconds per month (when worn at normaltemperatures of 5 o C to 35 o C/(41 o F to 95 o F) Operating temperature rangeTime Hour, Minute, Seconds DisplayfunctionCalendar Day and Date  Additional Functions ã Quick Start Feature ã Insufficient charge warning function ã Time setting warning function ã Overcharging Prevention Function Continuous operating timesFully charged to stopped: Approximately 6 months From insufficient charge warning to stop Approximately 1 week Battery Eco Drive rechargeable Manganese Titanium battery. Not user replaceable 3. SOLAR POWER WATCH This watch is powered not by an ordinary battery, but by converting light energy intoelectrical energy.A rechargeable battery is used in this watch to store electrical energy. This secondarybattery is a clean energy battery that doesn't use any toxic substances such as mercury.Once fully charged, the watch will continue to run for approximately 6 months withoutfurther charging. ã Since the energy source of this watch is light, expose it to light sufficiently tocharge the battery in it. ã The battery of this watch is never overcharged by exposing it to light. ã If the user wears long-sleeved clothes usually, the watch is covered and itsrechargeable battery may not be charged sufficiently. If so, additional chargingmay be necessary when not worn. ã The watch should be put on a well-lit place as long as possible for its normaloperation while it is not worn.The watch should be exposed to light each day to ensure the watch has a sufficient chargefor proper operation. Return to Table of ContentsReturn to Table of Contents    4. Setting the Time and Calendar If your watch has a screw-type crown, unscrew the crown from the case loosen it beforeoperation. Be sure to press the crown down and screw in after setting the time and/ordate. <Setting the time> 1. Stop the second hand by pulling the crown out to the 2nd click (time settingposition).2. Turn the crown to set the time.3. The watch will start after the crown is firmly pushed back into its normal position. <Setting the calendar> 1. Pull the crown out to the first click (calendar setting position).2. Set the desired date by turning the crown counterclockwise.3. Set the desired day of the week by turning the crown clockwise.4. After you have set the calendar, be sure to press the crown back to its normalposition. Do not adjust the calendar when the watch is reading between 9:00 pm and 4:00 am.Otherwise the movement may become damaged and the calendar may not change correctly. Return to Table of ContentsReturn to Table of Contents    5. Functions of the Solar Power Watch If the charge becomes insufficient, a warning function will operate and the displaychanges, as below.  Insufficient Charge Warning Functionã Quick Start Function The second hand changes to two-second-interval movement to indicateinsufficient recharging. Even in such a case, the watch keepscorrect time, but about 1 week after two-second-interval movement begins, thewatch will stop.After exposing the watch to light,recharging takes place and the watchreturns to one-second-interval movement.   The watch will stop if it is completely discharged.It will begin to operate soon after (within 10 second) it is exposed to light. (However,the time to start may vary according to the brightness of the light.) Return to Table of ContentsReturn to Table of Contents
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