The case of the Space Module is made of TECAMAX, a new material certified by The National Aeronautics and Space Administration, NASA, and proven to meet tough requirements of durability and precision. It is extraordinarily light with outstanding isolation capabilities and strength. It endures extreme temperatures and exposure to acid and chemicals.
Each of the Time Modules is uniquely marked with an individual number from 1 to 128.
Diameter 45 mm, Thickness 17,60 mm
Stainless Steel with a deep etching engraving on case back
In space: domed Hesalite crystal.
On earth: domed sapphire crystal.
When going to space Halda Watch Co. will without cost change the crystal to a domed Hesalite Crystal.
5 atm (equivalent to a water pressure at a depth of 50 m)
The electronic movement in the Halda Space Discovery is developed in-house by Halda Watch Co. It combines the latest technology and it is constructed with a low power consumption microprocessor. It has a tailor made LCD display with LED backlight.
Electronic Movement Calibre
SD-A, SPACE DISCOVERY Version A
3 push buttons with an easy to use interface
High capacity battery (600 mAh)
Power Save Mode
The electronic has a built in power save mode to save battery consumption. At normal use of the watch in Power Save Mode, the battery is expected to last approximately 2 years.
The watch has an integrated 3-axis accelerometer measuring G-forces in three directions.
Integrated in the watch is a light sensor that constantly measures the light and when needed the backlight in the watch start automatically.
The watch has an integrated piezo element creating sound for reveille, alarm etc
SD-A, SPACE DISCOVERY Version A
Two world times are shown simultaneously. Full calendar function displaying current day, date, month, year and week.
Timekeeping and split time presented down to an accuracy of 1/10th second.
Alarm set relative to UTC (Universal Time Coordinated).
Alarm set relative to MET (Mission Elapsed Time).
Logging function for various events. For each event the date, UTC-time, and a serial number is stored. Log up to 99 events.
An alarm clock adjustable to sound either once at set time or same time every day, or only on weekdays.
A countdown to a certain point in time/a certain day. Shows number of days, hours, minutes and seconds remaining until selected time.
Countdown for lift off can be set for a precise time. At the set time, the watch automatically begins measuring acceleration during lift off, displaying current G-forces as they occur. Once acceleration stops, the function automatically displays Mission Elapsed Time (MET). This function is based on the NASA Countdown 101 protocol, the official framework for space shuttle lift-off. It is also prepared to accommodate the countdown protocol for the new generation of Are rockets.
Earth Time lets you know what the time is in various parts of the world. Here you will find all the countries of the world, see their local time and their time zone.
Acceleration, the G-force, can be measured automatically during liftoff, during the re-entry phase, or be initiated at a chosen point in time. During measurement, the highest G-force value is stored in a separate memory.