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Sunday, March 13, 2011

What Time Is It (How To Set Atomic Clock)

With daylight saving time (also called daylight savings time) kicking off again, clock confusion is once again ticking away: How to set atomic clock?

1. Remove the battery from the battery compartment for 30 seconds and then re-install.

2. Press the SET button for a few seconds until the hour starts flashing in the display.

3. Press the ADJUST button to set the hour.

4. Use the SET and ADJUST button to set the rest of the time and date. The setting sequence is hour-minute-second-month-date-year.

5. Press the MODE button to exit the setting mode.


TIME ZONE SETTING:

1. Press the MODE button to enter the Alarm Time Mode.

2. Press the SET button to change the time zone.

3. Press the MODE button to exit.




Friday, March 11, 2011

Time Change

Most of the United States begins Daylight Saving Time at 2:00 a.m. on the second Sunday in March.Remember to turn your clocks forward and will lose an hour of sleep. Don't forget to move your clocks ahead on Saturday night before going to bed!

Tuesday, March 1, 2011

Northern Hemisphere

Daylight saving time begins in the northern hemisphere between March–April and ends between September–November. Standard time begins in the northern hemisphere between September–November and ends between March–April. Many countries in the northern hemisphere may observe DST.

 

Southern Hemisphere

Daylight saving time begins in the southern hemisphere between September–November and ends between March–April. Standard time begins in the southern hemisphere between March–April and ends between September–November. Many countries in the southern hemisphere may observe DST.

The clock should move ahead (thus, losing one hour) when DST starts, typically in the spring, and falls back one hour (thus, gaining one hour) when DST ends in the fall.