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How to calibrate thermometer on barigo domed weather station.

Appears to be only one calibration screw which is for the barometer

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Yes, Sir. But remember when pilots reset their altimeter with the local altitude, the pressure value matches the moment wheather pressure. It will be wrong anyway, if you reset you altitude, but the pressure readings are still wrong. Im my case it is happening. The altutide is correct but the pressure of the watch does not match the local pressure. It is 20 hpa over it. By the way, I am an airline pilot.

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you should be able to get instructions from the Casio web site.

Go to the casio web site "casio.com".

Select "support" and the "manuals",
watches;

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Select "watch manual archive"

Read the number of the back of your watch and enter it into the search box

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I have the same problem with mine....They have some kind of manufacturer malfunction , tag will not admit. My is in the shop for the 3rd time ...at this point they should replace my watch...this one is a lemon.

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Erik, the altimeter uses barometric pressure to determine changes in elevation. Rule one is whenever you know the elevation for a fact, adjust it as the barometer is changing often and therefore affecting the altimeter reading. The only sure way to avoid this is use GPS. Altitude is derived from locating 3 or 4 satellites in a geo syncrohnus(SP?) orbit. Pilots always reset the altimeter before take off and you should too. Find elevations on road signs, maps, etc.

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I have a Suunto X-Lander and i dont get along with the barometer/altimeter. The barometer always shows about 2 mbar below the nearby airport homepage. Can i by myself calibrate the sensor? This even...


Erik, the altimeter uses barometric pressure to determine changes in elevation. Rule one is whenever you know the elevation for a fact, adjust it as the barometer is changing often and therefore affecting the altimeter reading. The only sure way to avoid this is use GPS. Altitude is derived from locating 3 or 4 satellites in a geo syncrohnus(SP?) orbit. Pilots always reset the altimeter before take off and you should too. Find elevations on road signs, maps, etc.

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Hello, my new Tagheuer aquaracer calibre 5 500m


I have the same problem with mine....They have some kind of manufacturer malfunction , tag will not admit. My is in the shop for the 3rd time ...at this point they should replace my watch...this one is a lemon.

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Can not seem to set my altimeter on the ws4 timex i have tryed do this but it is giving me the wrong hight ? and know one in the shops can figger this out to????? what am i doing wrong iv tryed to folow...


Setting and Calibrating Your Altitude
1. Press MODE until CAL is shown.
2. Hold SET to begin the calibration.
3. Press START/SPLIT (+) until HOME ALTI is displayed (or choose WEATHER when calibrating weather).
4. Press MODE (NEXT) to begin the setting process.
5. Press START/SPLIT (+) or STOP/RESET (-) to increase or decrease setting values.
6. Set the value to your current elevation.
7. Press MODE (NEXT) to advance to the next setting option.
8. Press SET (DONE) to finish.
9. To complete calibration for the REFRENCE HOME altitude (or WEATHER setting), press and hold STOP/RESET until watch beeps.

Repeat this procedure for WEATHER, making sure to choose the proper weather condition on the WS4 that matches your current weather.

Once these two variables are calibrated, your WS4 will be ready to go, providing you with accurate altitude, pressure, and weather forecast information at your fingertips. Enjoy.

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If the band is screws then a small screw driver will do the trick. Make sure you use the right size screw driver so you do not strip the screws.
If the band is put together with cotter pins you can push out the cotter pins with a small awl or punch. You want to apply pressure to the end of the pin that is not split or appears to be smooth. Usually when you have cotter pins they are arrows or indicators on the band to tell you which way the pins come out. Make sure you put the pins back the same way they came out.

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Tissot T-Touch Baro way too high


Try to recalibrate the Baro/Altimeter as below:

Certain functions need to be calibrated. The altimeter and the Meteo are tied together. When a customer gets the watch, they should calibrate to either the Meteo or Altimeter. The easiest way to find out the altitude of the nearest airport (you can usually get this on line) and then go to the airport and adjust the watch. This will also calibrate the Meteo.

To calibrate the Altimeter:

1. Activate Crystal
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3. Press and hold top + button until the watch beeps and display flashes.
4. Use + and – buttons to adjust altitude
5. Press center of dial to lock in.

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wait until the battery is full reloaded

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Synchronizing digital time with analogue time


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press the T button until the crystal is activated.
press the middle of the glass until the time format appears (24hb Cm appears)
hold the T button for 5secs (SYNCHro appears)
move the hands until they are at 12 o'clock. ( + button moves the minute hand. - button moves the hour hand)
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Adjusting meteo function


Yes, Sir. But remember when pilots reset their altimeter with the local altitude, the pressure value matches the moment wheather pressure. It will be wrong anyway, if you reset you altitude, but the pressure readings are still wrong. Im my case it is happening. The altutide is correct but the pressure of the watch does not match the local pressure. It is 20 hpa over it. By the way, I am an airline pilot.

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That's easy. You need to calibrate it. In normal time mode, pull the crown out all the way and then use the pushers to step it back to the zero position. When finished, push the crown back in. You can also calibrate the sub-dails in a similar fashion.

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