The primary proton monitor will change along with relevant change in timescale unit. It is assumed that the proton monitor of the SI system's kilogram-second is indeed the proton mass itself. Within the timescale system, however, there will be a gradient of secondary monitors and master masses etc as we drift away, numerically, from the central role player proton monitor and its master mass, the Sunlike star measuring 1.9998517x10^30kg. Take the timescale mass of the kilogram-second, 1.0096973966x10^35kg. If we consider this mass as a sidestepped secondary master mass then the relevant numerical change in these local masses will be 5.04874395x10^4. In this case to find the local secondary proton monitor will need 1.672623x10^-27kg, the proton mass, divided by that change, 5.04874395x10^4, which comes to 3.312948758x10^-34kg. The square root of this is 1.82015075x10^-18m which is the proton wavelength, 1.32141x10^-15m, divided by 2 and then divided again by the quantum adjustor, 3.62994678. Interestingly, if you divide this into h you get 2.000053726x10^-2 which is Gc at this scale.