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SPECIAL FORCES. 1000/1000XL UDT. CHRONOGRAPH. OPERATION MANUAL. © Copyright 2006 CHASE-DURER LTD all rights reserved.

OPERATION MANUAL

SPECIAL FORCES 1000/1000XL UDT CHRONOGRAPH

ETA Cal. 251.262

CHASE-DURER 9601 Wilshire Blvd. #1118 Beverly Hills, CA 90210 USA Tel: 800.544.4365 / 310.550.7280 Fax: 310.550.1830 E-mail: [email protected] www.chase-durer.com © Copyright 2006 CHASE-DURER LTD all rights reserved.

© Copyright 2006 CHASE-DURER LTD all rights reserved.

Table of Contents

® Display and Screw Down Crown/Pushbuttons

1

® Setting Date and Time Zone

2

® Setting Time

3

® Resetting Chronograph Hands to Zero

4

® Timing Mode • Simple Chronograph Function

5

® Timing Mode • Split Time or Intermediate Times Function

6

® Tachymetre

7

® Tachymetre

8

® Navigation

9

® Miscellaneous

10

® Specifications

11

DISPLAY and Screw Down Crown/Pushbuttons BEZEL with Compass Markings

CHRONOGRAPH HANDS 12 hour counter

3.3° marker

60 minute counter

10° marker

60 second counter

10° marker Screwed Down

1.

N

55

Setting & Timing Positions

5

Pushbutton:

A

START/STOP 50

2

3 9

31

S

35

b.

Push in and turn Crown clockwise until tight. Turn Pushbuttons clockwise until tight when not using. Pushbuttons do not require pushing in to screw down.

20

Date indicator

Pushbutton:

B

Split-Time / Reset to Zero

30

40

40

20

Screw Down Crown and Pushbuttons

Setting crown

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60

a.

4

W

45

6

1/10 second counter

2 6

E

b

0 8

3

15

a

UNDERWATER DEMOLITION TEAM

12

25

1

10

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Minute hand Second hand

Turn Crown counterclockwise until you no longer feel the threads gripping; Crown can now be pulled out. Unscrew Pushbuttons to use CHRONOGRAPH until light resistance is felt.

WARNING: Crown should be locked down in position 1 at all times, use position 2 & 3 for adjustments only. Do not operate pushbuttons under water!

Hour hand

WATCH HANDS

NOTE - Failure to screw down Crown and Pushbuttons to resist moisture will void your warranty

Setting Date and Time Zone

2.

2

Setting crown in position moves only the hour hand N

55

5

50

UNDERWATER DEMOLITION TEAM

12 9

1

0 8

3

2

2 6

4

E

W

15

6

45

10

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31

60 20

25

S

30

40

20

40

Date changes each time hour hand passes midnight (24:00 hours)

35

Setting TIME

3. Setting Crown in position Stops Second Hand and adjusts both hour and minute hands*

N

55

5

50

UNDERWATER DEMOLITION TEAM

12

1

0 8

3

2

3

2 6

4

E

W

15

6

45

10

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9

3

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31

60 20

25

S

40

20

40

Date changes each time hour hand passes midnight (24:00 hours)

35

30

*Note - For precise setting of time, it is recommended to adjust the minute hand past the required time and turn backwards to the desired minute.

Resetting Chronograph Hands to Zero

4.

The chronograph hands can be set at zero or another time zone.

Set the 12 hour counter at 0 Set the 60 second counter at 0 N

55

5

50

UNDERWATER DEMOLITION TEAM

12 9

1

0 8

3

4

E

W

15

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31

60 20

25

S

40

20

40

2

NOTE:

3

2 6

6

45

10

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A

Setting crown

Do not keep setting crown in position 2 for more than 20 minutes (time could be lost). When crown is pulled out to position 3, movement will stop immediately; second hand stops.

B

35

30

Set the 1/10 second counter at 0

Set the 60 minute counter at 0 Note: Press PUSHBUTTONS longer than 1 second to advance hands quickly

Timing Mode • Simple Chronograph Function

N

55

STOP

50

UNDERWATER DEMOLITION TEAM

12

0 8

3

2 6

Setting crown in position 1

4

E

W

15

6

45

10

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9

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31

60 20

25

40

WARNING: Before each time is taken, the hands should be returned to their original position. If necessary reset to zero with pushbutton B

20

40

1 2

START

A

5

5.

Reset to Zero

B

3

1 to 3 order of functions

35

S

30

ADD FUNCTION: Order in which pushbuttons should be pressed.

A

1

2

3

4

START

STOP

START

STOP

Read

Read

X Reset to zero B

Timing Mode • Split-Time or Intermediate Times Function 1 to 7 order of functions

50

B

RESTART

(catching up)

25

S

30

40

W

50

3

6

6

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31

60 40

5

20

STOP

6

LAST TIME

4

20

20

20

3

2

W

W

31

60 40

9

RESTART

Read

0 8

E

E

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15

15

45

4

A

5

UNDERWATER DEMOLITION TEAM

12

45

6

6

0 hour 20 minutes 26 seconds 5/10 second

40

50

3

2

35

0 8

B

10

9

TIME 1

10

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UNDERWATER DEMOLITION TEAM

1 hour 32 minutes 06 seconds 7/10 second

(catching up)

N

55

S

35

S

30

2

30

50 W

25

35

SPLIT 1

5

Read 12

31 20

25

45

45

40

40

S

40

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60

30

N

55

4

20

20

2 6

6 BLACK STEEL 1000FT DEPTH

20

40

Crown set in position 1

TIME 2

0 8

3

E

E

31

60

UNDERWATER DEMOLITION TEAM

15

15

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9

4

4

SPLIT 2

5

Read 12

2 6

6

N

55

0 8

3

1

10

9

START

10

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UNDERWATER DEMOLITION TEAM

12

A

5

Note* Step 2 (or 4 ) may be repeated as many times as necessary; Step 6 is the final reading.

25

N

55

6.

B

2 hours 57 minutes 03 seconds 2/10 second

Reset to 7 Zero

35

Tachymetre

7.

Using the TACHYMETRE scale The TACHYMETRE dial is mainly used to compute an average speed after noting how long it takes to travel a fixed distance (like one mile or one kilometer), but it can also be used to compute many other things. The dial is a logarithmic scale that uses this formula to compute: TACHYMETRE DIAL = 3600 / Elapsed Time In Seconds The chronograph second hand indicates 1/10, 1/4, 1/2, 1, 10, 100 or 1,000 etc. units (miles, objects, pounds etc.). When stopped, the second hand points to the number on the TACHYMETRE scale by which the number of units (1, 10, 100 or 1,000 etc.) must be multiplied to obtain per-hour production rate or per-hour speed. N

55

5

A

N

55

A

5

START/STOP

START/STOP

45

W

31

60

40

20

40

20

S

W

E

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BLACK STEEL 1000FT DEPTH

35

30

20

25

S

40

4

15

E

20

2 6

31

60 40

0 8

3 6

25

50

50

9

4

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UNDERWATER DEMOLITION TEAM

12 2

6

15

45

0 8

3 6

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10

12 9

10

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UNDERWATER DEMOLITION TEAM

35

30

Example No. 1 – A car covers one mile in 30 seconds. The second hand, stopped as the mile marker is passed, reads 120 on the TACHYMETRE scale. Average speed of the car is 120 x 1, or 120 miles per hour.

Example No. 2 – To measuring something much slower, such as a bicycle, you must use a shorter distance because the elapsed time must fall within the 7.2 - 60 second range.

Although decimal units (100 liters, 1 mile, 10 kilometers) make computing simple, in practice, the TACHYMETRE scale can be used to calculate velocities and production rates from any number of units.

For this example, it took 36 seconds for a cyclist to travel 1/4 of a mile. Reading the TACHYMETRE dial displays a speed of 100mph, but the cyclist only traveled 1/4 of a mile, so the actual speed would be 1/4 of that or an average speed of 25mph over the quarter mile.

Tachymetre

8.

NOTE - The scale is valid for all elapsed times from 7.2 seconds to 60 seconds. If the duration of the event is outside this range, then the answer on the dial is not valid. Some of the following examples show ways to get around this limitation. N

55

5

A

N

55

A

5

START/STOP

START/STOP

45

40

20

35

30

25

S

35

30

Example No. 3 – A copier makes 10 copies in 45 seconds. The sweep second hand was thus stopped at the 45-second mark, which coincides with the figure 80 on the TACHYMETRE scale. The hourly rate of this copier is 80 x 10, or 800 copies.

40

S

W

W

31

60

20

40

E

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BLACK STEEL 1000FT DEPTH

20

20

4

15

E

40

2 6

31

60

0 8

3 6

25

50

50

9

4

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UNDERWATER DEMOLITION TEAM

12 2

6

15

45

0 8

3 6

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10

UNDERWATER DEMOLITION TEAM

12 9

10

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Example No. 4 – A manufacturing production line timed for 30 seconds produces 72 parts. Stopped at the 30-second mark, the chronograph second hand points to 120 on the TACHYMETRE scale; the production rate of the machine is 120 x 72, or 8,640 parts per hour.

More Examples: Suppose you wanted to measure the speed of a jet airplane. After traveling 10 kilometers, you noted that 40 seconds had elapsed. The TACHYMETRE dial displays 90, but you traveled 10 kilometers, so the answer would be 10 times that, or 900 km/hour. You can also measure other things, like fuel consumption. Suppose a pound of fuel took 48 seconds to burn. The chronograph second hand indicates on the TACHYMETRE dial that you are burning 75 pounds of fuel per hour.

Navigation

9.

8:05AM EST* 10° marker

40

W

4

4

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31

40

40

N

60 20

W

45

55 05

N

20

2 6

6

31

30

S

60 40

0 8

3

35

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BLACK STEEL 1000FT DEPTH

10

9

55

25

2 6

6

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UNDERWATER DEMOLITION TEAM

12

5

8

3

3.3° marker

0

30S

9

25

15E

10° marker 50

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UNDERWATER DEMOLITION TEAM

12

20

45

35

20

3:57PM EST*

E

5

15

10

Navigating by sun’s position: The direction will be accurate if you are using true local time* without any adjustment for daylight savings time. The further you are from the equator, the more accurate this method will be. In the northern hemisphere, bisect the angle between the hour hand and the 12 o'clock* mark and set the bezel’s S (30s) indicator to that point. Hold the watch horizontal and point the hour hand at the sun; the bezel’s N indicator will be pointing North. If there is any doubt as to which end of the line is north, remember that the sun rises in the east, sets in the west, and is due south at noon. The sun is in the east before noon and in the west after noon, so set the bezel’s S (30s) indicator to the left of 12* in the AM and to the right of 12* in the PM. *Note: If your watch is set for Daylight Savings Time instead of Standard Time, use the midway point between the hour hand and 1 o'clock to determine the north-south line. In the southern hemisphere, point 12 o’clock at the sun instead of the hour hand, the midway point between the hour hand and 12 o’clock will be the North/South line.

Miscellaneous

10.

At 68°F (20°C), sound travels at 344m or 376yds / 1,129ft per second in air at sea level. N

55

50

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UNDERWATER DEMOLITION TEAM

12

45

W

31

60

40

40

20

S

35

Therefore, at 32°F (0°C) sound will travel: 1 mile / 1,760 yards / 5,280 feet in 4.85 seconds 2.75 seconds 1,000 yards in 3.01 seconds 1 kilometer in

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30

At 32°F (0°C), sound travels at 332m or 363yds / 1,089ft per second in air at sea level.

4

25

NOTE:

2 6

6

20

Alternately, you can divide the measured time at 68°F by 4.68 to get miles (10s / 4.68 = 2.14miles), or 2.66 for thousand yard distance, or by 2.91 for kilometers.

0 8

3

E

For example the measured lightning to thunder time at 68°F is 10 seconds. 10 x 344m or 376yds / 1,129ft would produce 3,440m or 3,760yds / 11,290ft. (2.14miles)

9

15

To estimate the distance to an event (such as an explosion, muzzle flash, lightning, etc.), measure the time from the visual flash to the sound and multiply the seconds by the per second speed.

5

10

Therefore, at 68°F (20°C) sound will travel: 1 mile (1,760 yards / 5,280 feet) in 4.68 seconds 2.66 seconds 1,000 yards in 2.91 seconds 1 kilometer in

Example: Sea level temp is 68°F and lightning to thunder measured time is 17.4 seconds. Distance of lightning strike point is: 17.4s x 1,129ft = 19,644ft 17.4s x 376yds = 6,542yds 17.4s x 344m = 5,986meters OR: 17.4s / 4.68s = 3.72 miles 17.4s / 2.66s = 6.54 thousand yards 17.4s / 2.91s = 5.98 kilometers

Specifications SPECIAL FORCES 1000 / 1000XL Underwater Demolition Team Technical Specifications SWISS Made, 27-jewel precision ETA 251.262 quartz movement. ® ® Chronograph: 1/10th second, 60 minutes & 12-hour elapsed time; lap time. ® Tachymetre. ® Case in black PVD solid 316L stainless steel. ® Screw-locked crown and pushers ® Screw-in back. ® Water resistant to 330m/1000 feet. ® Unidirectional, ratcheted 0-60 countdown and 360-degree compass heading marker bezel. ® Super-LumiNova advanced illumination system on hands & numbers. Scratch resistant, anti-reflective and distortion-free sapphire crystal. ® ® 1000 UDT diameter - 42mm; 1000XL UDT diameter - 44mm. ® Bracelet in black PVD solid 316L stainless steel. ® Expandable deployment buckle with double lock security clasp. ® Serial numbered. ® 2 year limited international warranty.

11.

OPERATION MANUAL

SPECIAL FORCES 1000/1000XL UDT CHRONOGRAPH

ETA Cal. 251.262

CHASE-DURER 9601 Wilshire Blvd. #1118 Beverly Hills, CA 90210 USA Tel: 800.544.4365 / 310.550.7280 Fax: 310.550.1830 E-mail: [email protected] www.chase-durer.com © Copyright 2006 CHASE-DURER LTD all rights reserved.

© Copyright 2006 CHASE-DURER LTD all rights reserved.

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