Glossary

A

Acrylic glass
Organic glass. Superior lighter weight.
Alarm (3-channel daily alarm)
Three alarm channels are available, which can be set to ring daily at three different times.
Aluminum bezel
Aluminum around the glass rim.

B

Backlight
Illumination function for the time display
Battery life
Battery life is based on use under normal conditions. (Battery life varies depending on how frequently chronograph and backlight functions are used.)

C

Chronograph
Stopwatch ( start stop ) function

D

Data
Recalling function of split and lap.
Display
You can switch between the one line display to the two line display by pressing the button.
Display contrast adjustment
Adjust the brightness of the LCD panel
Double repeat timer
Two timers can be set to count down for different amount of time, and they repeat counting down alternately. When one timer completes the countdown, a warning sound rings as the other starts counting down the set time.
Double repeat timer
Dual time
Time in two time zones can be displayed.

L

Lap
Time interval.
Lap

M

Memo input
Alphabets, numerals and symbols can be input to attach information to the stored data.
Ex.: Event name, date, etc.
Mineral glass
Inorganic glass watch crystal that is scratch-resistant.
Mode
It is used in switching functions and settings.
Monitor battery
Remaining battery life indicator. Batteries to be installed at the factory. There is no guarantee of length of battery life.

N

Nonvolatile memory (Flash memory)
A type of nonvolatile memory used for computers, etc., which retains data without a power source.

P

Power saving
After a set time, to prevent battery drain, the display can be turned OFF.

R

Recall
Data recall feature
Reset
Stopwatch, timer, etc. back to its initial state or setting.

S

Split
Cumulative time from the start.
Split

T

Target time function
You can set a target lap time in advance for training or race pace. Also you can see the difference between the target time and lap time when you press the lap button.

W

Water resistant
Water resistance ( 5 bar, 10 bar, etc. ) refers to the water pressure a watch can withstand; it is not a direct statement of how deep under water the watch can go.