Solar, world time, alarm, LED light. From G-SHOCK, which supports professionals who are active in harsh environments, a collaboration model with "Antarctic Survey ROV" has appeared.
This model is Casio Computer Co. And Tokyo Marine University Goto, used as a navigation device for a small underwater unmanned spacecraft (ROV), which was used in the joint research of the 59th Antarctic Research Unit in January 2018. This collaboration model is based on joint research by Shinpei.The base model adopts "FROGMAN", a master of G with specs that diving professionals demand. With the full cooperation of Tokyo University of Marine Science and Technology, which conducts surveys of lakes in Antarctica using ROV, we have created a unique coloring and design. The colors are ROV red, black, orange, and blue, which are designed to investigate in harsh environments. The back cover, backlight band, and special packages are designed with the silhouette of Antarctica.
Tokyo University of Marine Science and Technology develops and operates ROV that operates stably even in the special environment of Antarctica, and conducts surveys of Antarctic lakes with the National Institute of Polar Research. In order to perform observations in the polar regions, it is necessary to transport ROVs manually, and downsizing and weight reduction are major issues, and equipment for measuring depth and azimuth was no exception. Therefore, in order to reduce the weight as much as possible, FROGMAN, which is a lightweight and compact size watch, can measure the correct direction even in water where the posture is not stable, and boasts high waterproofness. This is a special collaboration model created by joint research between ROV and G-SHOCK for Antarctic research that confronts the extreme environment. [What is a Remotely Operated Vehicle (ROV) for Antarctic research] As part of marine education and research, Tokyo University of Marine Science conducts observation projects in the Antarctic region together with the National Institute of Polar Research.The 59th Antarctic Regional Observation Team conducted a three-dimensional mapping survey of moss bowfish (organisms mainly composed of algae, mosses, and cyanobacteria) living in the Antarctic lakes. The small underwater vehicle used in this survey was required to be robust and lightweight in order to achieve stable operation in a special and extreme environment called the South Pole. The development is being carried out by a research team led by Shinpei Goto, assistant professor at Tokyo University of Marine Science and Science, supporting ecosystem research in the Antarctic lakes that have not been clarified yet. Shock-resistant structure Tough solar (solar charging system) ISO 200m waterproof function for diving Radio wave reception function: Automatic reception (up to 6 times / day) (China radio wave up to 5 times / day) / Manual reception, supported areas: Japan, North America, Europe, China If the home time setting is set to a receivable city, stations that match the city will be received. The time difference is set by the selected city.
World time: 48 cities (31 time zones, with daylight saving time setting function) + UTC (Coordinated Universal Time) time display Diving function: Water depth measurement range: 0.0-80.0m, water depth measurement unit: 0.1m, dive time measurement: up to 6 hours (1 minute unit up to 180 minutes, 1 minute unit thereafter), automatic at 1.5m water depth in diving mode Measurement starts and ends automatically, and log memory is automatically performed. Surface rest time display (up to 48 hours), ascent speed warning function 20 log data (dive start date, dive time, maximum water depth, minimum water temperature) Azimuth measurement function: Measure the azimuth angle (0 to 359 degrees), 16 azimuth display (not displayed in diving mode), continuous azimuth measurement 60 seconds (20 seconds in diving mode), graphic display of east, west, north and south, Bearing memory, automatic horizontal correction function, bearing correction function, magnetic declination correction function Temperature measurement function (measurement range: -10 to 60 ° C, temperature measurement unit: 0.1 ° C) Time stamp function: 20 date / time (water depth, temperature and direction are recorded simultaneously during sensor measurement) Moon data (age / month shape display) Tide graph (6 levels) Stopwatch (1/100 second, 100 hours, with split) Timer (set unit: 1 minute, maximum set: 24 hours, measured in 1 second units) 5 time alarms (only one with snooze function) Battery indicator display Power saving function (Power is saved by turning off the display after a certain period of time in the dark) Full auto calendar 12/24 hour display switching Operation sound ON / OFF switching function LED backlight with full auto light, super illuminator, afterglow function, afterglow time switch (1.5 sec / 3 sec) Driving time without solar power generation from full charge: When using functions / approx. 7 months, when power saving / approx.23 months When radio wave reception is not performed, it operates with normal quartz accuracy (average monthly difference of ± 15 seconds). International Buyers - Please Note. It might get delay due to weather condition or by some other reason.
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We will find any item for you. The item "CASIO Watch G-Shock frogman Antarctic research ROV GWF-D1000ARR-1JR Men" is in sale since Friday, October 18, 2019.This item is in the category "Jewelry & Watches\Watches, Parts & Accessories\Wristwatches". The seller is "yosh-set" and is located in KYOTO. This item can be shipped worldwide.