Casio G-Shock Analog-Digital Black Dial Men's Watch - GWN-1000B-1BDR (G530)
Triple Sensor Ver.3
Triple Sensor Version 3 puts high - speed bearing, atmospheric pressure, temperature and altitude reading capabilities at your fingertips. All protected by Gulfmaster shock resistance, which is engineered to stand up to the harshest maritime conditions.
Atmospheric pressure difference indicator:
Atmospheric pressure readings can be taken automatically every two hours and the second hand indicates the difference between the current reading and the previous reading.
Atmospheric pressure tendency information:
Atmospheric pressure reading results taken at two - minute intervals for 24 hours are shown graphically on the display and a dial. An alarm alerts the wearer to sudden changes in pressure between the current reading and the previous reading.
Bearing readings:The second hand indicates north and the bearing angle is indicated on the display. Consecutive readings can be taken for up to 60 seconds.
Advanced sensors take quick, accurate measurements of such natural phenomena as atmospheric pressure, which is of particular importance when at sea, directions, temperatures and altitudes.
Atmospheric Tendency Information Alarm
When a sudden change in atmospheric pressure occurs, indicator arrows show the change on the inset dial and LCD and an alarm sounds simultaneously. These alerts help the wearer predict changes in the weather.
Tide Graph/Moon Data
Current tidal conditions are displayed by a small hand in the inset dial and the moon age is shown on the LCD. The displays give fishermen and others the information they need to predict tidal movements at sea.
Atmospheric Change Indicator
The second hand points to a numerical value inscribed on the bezel to indicate a change from the previous atmospheric pressure measurement. This information is helpful for predicting weather changes and planning appropriate actions. Upward and downward atmospheric pressure changes are displayed graphically on the LCD. Users can monitor changes over the past 20 hours. This graph is useful for predicting changes in the weather.