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    AE602M100 AE760M100
    AE790M500 AE790M500DEC
    							IMPORTANT NOTE FOR MODEL 760M & 790M
    This stopwatch can store up to 100 or 500 split/lap times depending on the model. However please note when
    there are 5 free memories left, the icon “FULL” will blink to remind you of the nearly full situation. Whenever
    the storage is full, extra split/lap times will NOT be stored into memory even though you reset your stopwatch
    and start a new event. Extra split/lap times will only be shown on the display but not recorded.
    In order for the stopwatch to record the lap/split times again, you must delete the data in the DATA memory.
    Please refer to the “Data Mode” section on the instruction manual for how to delete the memory. 
    IntroductionYou are about to enjoy an advanced Cumulative and Lap memory professional digital quartz stopwatch with
    advanced timing features.
    Model AE602M100, AE760M100, AE790M500 & AE790M500DEC Stopwatch includes Time of day, Daily
    Alarm, Chronograph stopwatch, 100 or 500 memory, Data register (Model 760M & 790M only), Countdown
    timer, Stroke Measurement timer, Pacer from 5 to 240 beats per minute.
    Model AE790M500DEC Decimal Stopwatch includes Decimal stopwatch (1/100 of a sec, 1/1000 of a
    minute, 1/100,000 of an hour).
    Model AE760M100 & AE790M500 Speed Stopwatch includes Speed Measurement.
    General Features- 4 buttons operation
    - Large LCD display with contrast adjustment
    - 12/24 hour display
    - Normal time and chime
    - Daily alarm
    - Full 1/100 second chronograph with working range from 0 to 19 hr. 59 min. 59.99 seconds with 100 or
    500 memory records of split and lap time.
    - Recall function for recorded split and lap times
    - Count-Down timer with working range from 0 to 19hr. 59min. 59.9 seconds
    - Three operating modes (Countdown Repeat, Countdown Stop, Countdown then count up) for count-
    down timer
    - Stroke measurement basing on 3
    - Speed measurement (AE760M100 & AE790M500 Model only)
    - Decimal second, minute and hour chronograph (AE790M500DEC Model only)
    - Segmented run memory (Model 760M & 790M only)
    - Beep sound selectable
    - Low battery check
    							As you choose each mode, a message will be displayed for a second before you enter the mode:
    Normal Time  mode
    (All models)
    Alarm Time  mode
    (All models)
    Chronograph mode
    (All models)
    Lap Time Recall mode
    (All models)
    Data mode
    (760M & 790M models only)
    The operation of the stopwatch is divided into eight modes (as noted above):
    1. Normal time mode
    2. Alarm time mode
    3. Chronograph and Recall mode
    4. Data mode (760M & 790M Models only)
    5.    Count-down timer mode
    6.    Pacer mode
    7.    Stroke measurement mode
    8.    Speed mode (AE760M100 & AE790M500 model only)
    Button Operation
    -Mode - used to change the mode of the watch
    Start / Stop / Set - used to start and stop the timer counting or the chronograph function
    -Recall - used for recalling recorded split and lap times
    -Lap / Split / Reset / Select - for taking the record of the split and lap timeTimer mode
    (All models)
    Pacer mode
    (All models)
    Stroke Measurement
    (All models)
    Speed mode
    (AE760M100 &
    AE790M500 model only)
    							This is only a brief description of these buttons. Detailed uses of the buttons are different in particular functions
    and will be described later in the instructions.
    Pressing [MODE] button will toggle among the modes above. Note that there is no auto-return function in the
    stopwatch.  Whenever you change modes, the stopwatch will remain in that mode until the [MODE] button is
    pressed again
    Each time you enter a mode, a message will be displayed for a second before you enter the mode:
    Note:-  In the following descriptions, items printed in dark gray stand for flashing digits.
    Normal Time    ModeThe starting point for operating your stopwatch is NORMAL TIME. If NORMAL TIME is not displayed, press
    [Mode] until it is.
    Year : -  2001
    Date : -  January 1
    Day of week : -  Monday
    Time : -   12:00 am
    The display format is as below :-
    During clock display, press [START] to switch between 12Hr and 24Hr display mode.  To toggle chime ON or
    OFF, you can press [RESET].  The bell icon will be ON and OFF correspondingly.
    Normal Time  SettingPress and hold [RECALL] for 2 seconds to enter setting mode. The normal time setting star ts with second. The
    second digits will then be flashing. You can change the flashing digit by pressing [START] button. To speed up
    the setting you can press and hold [START] for longer than 2 seconds to activate fast setting.  To select other
    digits, press [RESET] button. The setting order is: Second, Minute, Hour, Year, Month, Date, month-date (m-d)
                2 0 0 1
    W E              1 -  3
    A  1 0 : 3 5 3 0year
    day, month - date
    hr : min second
    							or date-month (d-m), Sound ON or OFF, Contrast (darkness of the digits - default is 9), then back to Second,
    and recycles again.  Note: when the second is to be set, press [START] to reset the second digits to zero.
    At the end of setting, press [RECALL] or [MODE] to exit from the setting mode and back to Normal Time
    Display for Sound ON or OFF setting :-
    (Let the current status be ON.)
    Press [START] to toggle Sound ON or OFF.
    Display for contrast adjustment:-
    (Let the current contrast be 5)
    Press [START] consecutively to advance
    the contrast up to 16, then cycle back to 1.
    The contrast setting will be shown on
    the display.
    - The hour digits may be displayed in 12hr or 24hr format.
    - The year digits can be set from 2000 to 2099.  The date adjusts automatically for  odd and even months
    including February of leap years. The day of week also adjusts automatically after you set the date.
    							Alarm Time  ModePress [MODE] until you enter Alarm mode.  This mode is used for displaying the daily alarm time and allows
    you to enable or disable the alarm.
    When you enter the Alarm Time mode, the display shows the alarm time on the upper line while the date is
    shown in the middle of the display and the normal time is on the lower line.
    To toggle the alarm ON or OFF, press [RESET].  When alarm is ON, the indicator (((o))) will be ON while it
    will be turned off when alarm is disabled.  When alarm time is reached, the alarm signal will sound for 60
    seconds. Press any button to stop the alarm sound.
    Setting  Alarm  TimePress and hold [RECALL] for 2 seconds to activate the alarm setting. The alarm minute digits will flash as an
    indication. Adjust the flashing digit by pressing [START].  To set the alarm hour digits, press [RESET] to switch
    to hour digits and then press [START] to adjust. Press [RECALL] or [MODE] to exit from Alarm setting mode.
    Chronograph and Recall ModePress [MODE] until you enter the Chrono mode.
    The stopwatch can measure up to 19 hours. 59 minutes, 59.99 seconds. When you enter the Chronograph
    mode, the display format is as below.
    The upper line shows the split time, the middle line shows the lap time and the accumulated elapsed time is
    displayed on the lower line.
    AL    P   3 :  3 0
      TU               1 -    3
    1 0 :  3 5 3 0
    0: 00 00 
    000: 00 00 000: 00 00 00
    							Whenever the stopwatch stops running, the STOP indicator will be ON.  Press the button [START/STOP] to
    start the stopwatch.  As it runs, the current elapsed time is shown on the lower line.
    To view the current split / lap time, you can press [LAP/SPLIT].
    The number of split/lap times is shown on the upper left corner. The corresponding split and lap times are
    displayed on the upper and middle line.   Press [LAP/SPLIT] again, the next split/lap time will be shown and
    the number of split/lap time is updated.
    The stopwatch (Model 790M & 790MDEC) can store up to 500 split / lap times. The split/lap times can be
    stored into the memory as you press [LAP/SPLIT] to view the current split/lap time.  Meanwhile, the lap and
    split time will be frozen for 5 seconds.  After this 5-second period, the lap and split time will return to normal.
    In addition, the fastest lap, the slowest lap, and the averages of all laps will also be recorded. As you press
    [STOP] to stop the chronograph, the last lap/split time will also be stored (
    provided that the last lap/split timeis not the first lap/split time).
    When there are 5 free memories left, the icon FULL will blink to remind you of the nearly full situation.
    Whenever the storage is full, extra split/lap times will not be stored into memory but will still be shown on the
    display.  Any fastest and slowest laps will not be stored. The memory counter will flash as the extra split/lap
    times are being displayed. The icon FULL will be steadily ON.
    The maximum memory counter value is 100 or 500.
    0: 00 00 000: 00 00 000: 03 35 52
    RU N
    0: 10 43 350: 10 43 350: 10 43 35
    RU N
    0: 15 10 940: 04 27 590: 15 10 94
    RU N
    							To stop the chronograph, press [STOP].  The indicator STOP will come on again to show the status.  Press
    [RESET] as the stopwatch stops to reset the stopwatch while the split/lap times will be kept in memory. When
    the stopwatch starts running from reset state, all the lap memories will be cleared.
    Decimal Timing (AE790M500DEC model only)
    1. The DM Model can operate as a normal 1/100 second chronograph as well as decimal minute, decimal
    second, and decimal hour chronograph.
    As you press [MODE] to enter the chronograph mode, the normal 1/100 second chronograph display will be
    Reset the chronograph to 00, then press [LAP/SPLIT] to go to the second chronograph mode. (1/100s). You
    will note the change by looking at the bottom of the display to see 1/100s.
    Change to the 1/1000 of a minute chronograph mode by pressing [LAP/SPLIT] again. (1/1000M)
    Go to the 1/10,000 hour chronograph by pressing [LAP/SPLIT] again.(1/10,000H)
    0: 00 00 000: 00 00 000: 00 00 00
    0 0 0 0 0. 0 00 0 0 0 0. 0 00 0 0 0 0. 0 0
    0 0 0. 0 0 00 0 0. 0 0 00 0 0. 0 0 0
    0. 0 0 0 0 00. 0 0 0 0 00. 0 0 0 0 0
    							Please note that if the stopwatch has started running (or is running),  no selection for chronograph
    operating modes can be made until the stopwatch has been stopped and reset.
    Segmented run memory for lap/split time storage:-
    A header consisting of the date/time stamp is attached to each segment to indicate the moment when you
    began recording the particular timing segment. To get to this feature, press [MODE] in chronograph mode to
    enter DATA mode when the stopwatch has been stopped.  Records for different segments can be recalled,
    read or deleted.  Detailed operation in DATA mode is described in Data Mode section below..
    Chronograph Data Recall ModePress [RECALL] in Chronograph mode to recall stored split/lap time memories.  The mode message will be
    shown up for one to two seconds as mode message display is enabled.
    The split and lap time will be displayed on the upper and the middle line respectively.  The lower line shows
    the current stopwatch counting.  During data recall, the fastest lap time will be reviewed first.
    Then comes the slowest lap time by further pressing of [RECALL].
    0: 01 12 
    340: 00 01 600: 03 06 52
    0: 00 07 630: 00 07 630: 03 10 16
    RU N{001}RECALL         SLOW
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