Pulsar Chronograph Functions and Setting Instructions
A Pulsar chronograph is not only a watch, its also a sophisticated stopwatch that can measure down to fractions of a second and includes functions such as elapsed time, accumulated time -- which allows you to track playing time and stop the clock during time-outs, and split time measurement -- which allows you to make submeasurements of times for laps or legs of a race or to time two different racers.
USING ANALOG CHRONOGRAPH FUNCTIONS
The chronograph functions are operated by pressing the buttons on the side of the case as shown in the illustration above.
To measure how long it takes someone to go from point A to point B, simply push button A to stop and start the stopwatch, which displays time in the subdials, and use button B to reset.
ELAPSED TIME MEASUREMENT
To record elapsed time, use button A to start, stop and restart as often as required. Use button B to reset after the match is over.
Press button A at the start of the race. Press B to check the time for one segment of the race, the press B again to return to a display of total running time. Press A at the end of the race, then use B to reset.
TIMING TWO COMPETITORS
Press button A at the start of the race. Press button B to see the time for the first finisher. Press A when the second competitor finishes, then press B to see the finish time. Reset by pushing B again.
See your Pulsar Chronograph Operation Guide for setting the alarm and other functions.