Casio JD-6000 Specifications

(without price)
JD-6000(LX-172)
JD-7000(LX-173)
MAR. 1994
JD-7000
INDEX
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CONTENTS
1.
SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM................................................................................................ 1
2.
SPECIFICATIONS ......................................................................................................... 3
3.
GENERAL GUIDE ......................................................................................................... 7
4.
RESET OPERATIONS ................................................................................................ 12
5.
BATTERY REPLACEMENT ........................................................................................ 14
6.
ERROR MESSAGE ..................................................................................................... 16
7.
LSI PIN FUNCTION ..................................................................................................... 17
8.
OPERATION CHECK .................................................................................................. 20
9.
TO SAVE THE DATA TO OTHER MACHINE ............................................................. 21
10.
TROUBLESHOOTING................................................................................................. 24
11.
EXPLODED VIEW ....................................................................................................... 27
12.
PARTS LIST ................................................................................................................ 29
1. SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM
NOTES
Power supply checking point.
Function checking point.
—1—
2.
SPECIFICATIONS
Telephone Directory Mode
Storage and recall of telephone directory data (name, telephone number, address, etc.). Each item can contain
up to 380 characters with a Fun Face. Includes secret memory area and auto sort function.
Schedule Mode
Storage and recall of appointments for any date in the range of January 1901 through December 2099. Each
item can contain up to 372 characters with an icon. Includes secret memory area and auto sort function.
Calendar Mode
Full-month calendars in the range of January 1901 through December 2099. Includes highlighting of important
dates and holidays.
Data Memo "Diary" Mode
Storage and recall of memos. Each item can contain up to 381 characters. Includes secret memory area and
auto sort function.
Timekeeping Mode
Average of accuracy ±3 seconds per day under normal temperatures: Home Time (year/month/date, AM/PM,
day of the week, city name, daylight saving/standard time): World Time: full automatic calendar: 12/24 hour
timekeeping format
Alarm Mode
Daily Alarm (20-second electronic buzzer): Schedule Alarm (20-second electronic buzzer): Hourly Time Signal
(beeps every hour on the hour)
Conversion Mode
Six built-in conversion pairs (4-character unit name + 10 digit rate; user-definable)
Fortune Telling Mode
Fortune telling on any date from January 1, 1901 to December 31, 2099.
Match Maker Mode
Compatibility of any two people whose birthdays are from January 1, 1901 to December 31, 2099.
Calculator Mode
10-digit arithmetic calculations; constant calculations; memory calculations; 20-digit approximations; percentage calculations; square roots; sign changes; function command signs
Remote Control Modes (JD-6000)
Television (Power on/off, TV/VCR mode select, Channel +/Cannel –, direct channel input, volume control);
Video Tape Deck (Power on/off, TV/VCR mode select, Cannel +/Cannel –, play, record, stop, pause, fast
forward, rewind, TV volume control): manufacturer name registrasion.
Game Mode (JD-7000)
Battle Game
Other functions
Contrast adjustment
—3—
General
Display:
Memory Capacity:
Power Supply:
Power Consumption:
Battery Life:
Auto Power Off:
Ambient Temperature
Range:
Dimensions:
Weight:
Liquid crystal display
4,096 bytes
Main batteries –
Two AAA-size batteries (LR03 (AM-4) or R03 (UM-4))
Back-up battery – One lithium battery (CR2032)
0.2W
Main batteries –
LR03 (AM-4)
• approximately 240 hours continuous operation
• approximately 1 year (1 hour use per day)
R03 (UM-4)
• approximately 200 hours continuous operation
• approximately 10 months (1 hour use per day)
Back-up battery – approximately 3 years after the low main battery warning
appears on the display
Approximately 6 minutes after last key operation
0°C ~ 40°C (32°F ~ 104°F)
Open:
13.5 (H) × 145 (W) × 179.5 (D) mm
(1/2" (H) × 5 3/4" (W) × 7 1/8" (D))
Closed:
15.1 (H) × 145 (W) × 96.5 (D) mm
(5/8" (H) × 5 3/4 " (W) × 3 3/4" (D))
138.2 g (4.9 oz) including batteries
—4—
Current consumption
Check point
TYP [µA]
Max [µA]
OFF
CP1 - CP3
—
28
ON (Menu)
CP1 - CP3
230
300
ON (Buzzer)
CP1 - CP3
—
1720
ON (Infrared)
CP1 - CP3
—
63000
Memory Capacity Screen
Use the following procedures to check the status of the memory. One procedure displays the amount of
memory used and the how much memory is remaining. The other shows you how many data items you have
stored in each mode.
To display the memory capacity:
1. While the main menu is displayed, or any time you are in the Telephone Directory, Schedule, Data Memo
"Diary", or Calendar mode, press FUNCTION.
2. Use
and
to select "Memory Capacity" and then press EXE.
M e m o r y
Remaining memory
(Unit: bytes)
Memory used
(Unit: bytes)
F r e e
U s e d
C a p a c i t y
4
3 9 2 9
1 6 7
Memory used
%
•
The memory values shown above are the total for both the Open Memory Area and the Secret Memory
Area.
• Press AC/ON to clear the memory capacity screen.
To display the number of items in each mode:
1. While the main menu is displayed, press FUNCTION.
2. Use
and
to select "Number of items" and then press EXE.
Open Memory Area
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Secret Memory Area
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M e m o
If you perform the above procedure while in the Open Memory Area, the number of items stored in the Open
Memory Area only are displayed. To see the number of items in the Secret Memory Area, you must perform
the above operation while accessing the Secret Memory Area.
How memory capacity is calculated
There is no limit on the amount of memory you can use in each mode, but the total amount of data that can
be stored is 4,096 bytes. The following shows how many bytes the data in each mode takes up. One character
(each newline operation counts as a character also) takes up one byte.
—5—
Mode
Bytes per Data Item
Telephone Directory
(name) + (telephone number) + (address. etc.)
+ 15
Schedule
(description) + 12
Calendar
6 bytes per calendar that contains highlighted
dates
Data Memo "Diary"
(memo name) + (memo contents) + 3
Examples:
Telephone Directory data only
When all items use 10 characters for the name, 12 characters for the phone number, and 16 characters
of the address, you can store approximately 70 items.
Schedule data only
When all items use 20 characters, you can store approximately 120 items.
Data Memo "Diary" data only
When all items use 10 characters for the memo name and 10 characters for the memo content, you can
store approximately 170 items.
Sort Sequence
The following table shows the sequence used for sorting data in the Telephone Directory and the Data Memo
"Diary" Mode.
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3. GENERAL GUIDE
Very important stuff! Here's where we tell you how not to lose important data stored in memory. Also, be
sure to perform the all-reset operation before using the JD-6000/7000 for the first time. The all-reset
operation is described on page 12.
Please be sure you understand the following before using the JD-6000/7000.
Make back-up copies of important data!
The electronic memory in the JD-6000/7000 store and recall information quickly and easily. But that
information is retained only as long as power is supplied by the batteries. Should the batteries go dead, or
should you remove both batteries at the same time, data stored in memory can be lost entirely. Data can
also be corrupted or lost due to a strong electrostatic charge, strong impact, or extremes in temperature
and humidity. All of this means that you should always keep written back-up copies of important data.
General Precautions
Warning!
• Never expose the unit or batteries to direct heat or flame.
•
Avoid use or storage in very low temperatures. This may cause display response to slow down or fail
entirely. Very low temperatures can also shorten battery life.
•
Avoid use or storage in very high temperatures. Even prolonged exposure to direct sunlight can damage
the unit. Leaving it on the dashboard of a closed car, or on a heater, is even worse.
•
Avoid using or storing the unit where there is high humidity or a lot of dust. Never allow liquids to come
into contact with the unit.
•
Avoid dropping the unit or otherwise subjecting it to strong impact.
•
Never bend or twist the unit. Carrying it in your back pocket, for instance, can subject the JD-6000/7000
to abnormal bending and twisting.
•
Never try to take the unit apart.
•
Do not press the unit's keys with a pen, pencil, or other sharp object.
•
To clean the JD-6000/7000, wipe it with a soft cloth. When necessary, you may wipe the exterior with
a soft cloth that has been dipped in a weak solution of a mild, neutral detergent and water.
•
Never use strong liquid cleaners such as lacquer thinner or benzine to clean the unit.
•
In no event will CASIO or its suppliers be liable to you or any other person for any damages, including
any incidental or consequential expenses, lost profits, lost savings, or any other damages arising out
of the use of this product.
MENU Key
Game Mode Key
SERCH Key
Timekeeping Mode Key*
Cursor Keys
FUNCTION Key
Display
CODE Key
Clear Key
AC/ON Key
SHIFT Key
*
Connector Terminal
OFF Key
EXE Key
SPACE/Return Key
In this manual, all references to the HOME TIME/WORLD TIME key are indicated by TIME.
—7—
Displaying the Main Menu
The main menu appears on the display when you switch the power on. Whenever you are viewing any other
screen, you can always press MENU to return to the main menu.
Main Menu
Menu Icons
1 Telephone Directory
Business Mode
2 Telephone Directory
Personal Mode
3 Schedule Mode
4 Calendar Mode
5 Secret Memory Area
1
2
B
P
7
8
3
4
5
6
9
0
A
B
6
7
8
9
0
A
B
Magic Beam Mode
Calculator Mode
Conversion Mode
Alarm Mode
Data Memo "Diary" Mode
Fortune Telling Mode
Match Maker Mode
Changing Modes
To change modes:
1. Display the main menu.
2. The icon of the current mode is highlighted on the display . Use , ,
icon.
3. When you have highlighted the mode you wish to select, press EXE.
, and
to select another menu
To enter the Timekeeping Mode, press TIME key. To enter the Remote Control Modes, press REMOTE
CONTROLLER (for JD-6000.) To enter the Game Mode, press BATTLE (for JD-7000.) You cannot select
these modes from the main menu.
—8—
Using the FUNCTION Key
To view the function menu, press FUNCTION.
To select a function:
or
to highlight the function you want to choose.
1. Use
2. Press EXE.
If another function menu appears repeat steps 1 and 2.
To backstep to a previous display, press FUNCTION.
To exit the function menu, press AC/ON.
Setting the System Language
The JD-6000/7000 can produce display messages in any one of ten language: English, Spanish, Italian,
German, French, Danish, Swedish, Dutch, Finnish, and Portuguese.
* Forture Telling and Match Maker mode messages can be displayed only when the display message language
is set to English.
To set the system to another language:
1. Display the main menu.
2.
Press FUNCTION, then use
or
to highlight "Language." Press EXE.
or
to highlight the language you want. Press EXE.
3. Use
Also note the word "Language" is displayed in each language.
To Adjust the Display Contrast
1.
Display the main menu.
2.
To darken the figures on the display, press
. To make them lighter, press
.
To Switch the Key Input Tone On or Off
1.
Display the main menu.
2.
Use
3.
Press FUNCTION. Then use
4.
Use
,
,
, and
to highlight
. Press EXE.
to highlight "Sound," Press EXE.
to highlight "Key Tone." Use
and
to switch the key tone on and off. Press EXE.
Auto Power Off Function
This function automatically switches off the power if you do not touch any of the unit's keys for about six minutes.
To restore power, press AC/ON.
If you do not touch any keys for six minutes while entering or editing data, setting the current time, or setting
an alarm time, power cuts off without storing the data.
If you have set an alarm to go off, and the unit has been shut down by auto power off, the alarm will sound
anyway at its appropriate time.
—9—
Features and Functions
Telephone Directory Mode
B
P
Use this to keep names, phone numbers, and addresses. There are two storage areas, so you can
keep business and personal data separate. You can also include fun faces of the people whose
names and addresses you keep.
Schedule Mode
Stores the date, time, and type of each appointment. You can select icons to indicate each
appointment at a glance.
Calendar Mode
Displays the calendar for any month from January, 1901 to December, 2099. You can specify
holidays for highlighting.
Data Memo "Diary" Mode
Stores notes and special thoughts. Diary entry consists of a memo name and the memo's contents.
Secret Memory Area
Stores your private thoughts you wish to keep confidential. No one can gain access to the Secret
Memory Area without knowing your password.
Timekeeping Mode
Home Time displays the current time where you are. World Time shows the time in any of 29 zones around
the globe. You can use 24-hour or 12-hour format, and can even specify daylight savings time.
Alarm Mode
Lets you set alarms to the minute, for alarms to go off every hour, or for a single time each day. You
can also set the Schedule Alarm and control the key input tone.
Fortune Telling Mode
Once you have entered your birthday, you can check your fortune today, or for any day. Have fun
telling your friend's fortune too.
Match Maker Mode
Tells you whether or not you are compatible with that special someone.
Conversion Mode
Helps you compare US dollar values against six foreign currencies (monies), or with combinations
of currency units.
Calculator Mode
A 10-digit calculator performs most common numerical operations including percents, square roots
and memory.
Remote Control Modes (for JD-6000)
Let you use the JD-6000 for remote control of your TV or video tape deck.
Game Mode (for JD-7000)
An exciting game that you can play by challenging the JD-7000 or your friends.
— 10 —
Magic Beam Mode
Mask it possible to communicate with another JD-6000/7000 using infrared light, without direct
communication.
Effective range
20°
Approximately 8 meters
(8.7 yards)
Data Communication Function
Exchanges data with another unit. To communicate with a friend, you'll need an optional SB-62 communication
cable to connect the JD-6000/7000 to another.
About the "Check time!" Display
When the message, "Check time!" appears on the display, press any key to display the current time. Make sure
the JD-6000/7000 have the correct time before performing any other operation. If the setting is not correct, use
the procedure for "Setting the Date and Time" in the Operation Manual to change it.
List of Manufacturers (for JD-6000)
The following is a list of manufacturers that can be registered for the TV and VCR Remote Control Modes.
VCR
TV
Manufactures
EMERSON 1
EMERSON 2
EMERSON 3
GE
GOLDSTAR 1
GOLDSTAR 2
HITACHI
JVC 1
JVC 2
JVC 3
JVC 4
MITSUBISHI 1
MITSUBISHI 2
PANASONIC 1
PANASONIC 2
PHILIPS 1
PHILIPS 2
RCA 1
RCA 2
RCA 3
SAMSUNG 1
SAMSUNG 2
SHARP 1
SHARP 2
SONY 1
SONY 2
SONY 3
TOSHIBA 1
TOSHIBA 2
Manufactures
EMERSON
GE 1
GE 2
GOLDSTAR
HITACHI
JERROLD 1 (C)*
JERROLD 2 (C)*
JVC 1
JVC 2
JVC 3
MAGNAVOX 1
MAGNAVOX 2
MAGNAVOX 3
MAGNAVOX 4
MITSUBISHI
PANASONIC 1
PANASONIC 2
PANASONIC 3 (C)*
PHILIPS
PIONNER (C)*
RCA 1
RCA 2
RCA 3
SAMSUNG 1
SAMSUNG 2
SCIENTIFIC ATC (ATLANTIC) 1 (C)*
SCIENTIFIC ATC (ATLANTIC) 2 (C)*
SHARP
SONY
TOSHIBA 1
TOSHIBA 2
* "(C)" indicates cable box.
— 11 —
4. RESET OPERATIONS
Two kinds of reset operations can be performed:
• All-reset operation deletes all data in memory.
• Secret-reset operation deletes only your password and the data in the Secret Memory Area.
Important!
• Do not use a very sharp pencil to press the RESET button. Doing so can damage the JD-6000/7000.
• Be sure to perform the all-reset operation before you use the JD-6000/7000 for the first time.
• After check to make sure that the main batteries and back-up battery are correctly installed, perform the
RESET operation.
To Perform All-Reset:
1. Switch the power off.
2. Remove the screw that holds the battery compartment cover in place, then remove the battery
compartment cover.
3. Press the RESET button on the back of the JD6000/7000 with a thin, pointed object.
RESET button
4. Press
to select "Reset," then press EXE.
5. Press
to select "Yes, " then press EXE.
RESET
6. The main menu will appear and all data will be
deleted.
7. Replace the battery compartment cover and
the screw that secures it in place.
If you want to cancel the reset operation
immediately after you have pressed the RESET
button, select "Exit," then press EXE.
— 12 —
To Perform Secret Reset:
• Perform the steps described under "To Perform All-reset" above, but select "Del Secret Data" in place
of "Reset" in step 4.
For JD-6000
Following are the initial settings produced by the all-reset operation:
Home Time Zone: London (LON)
Home Time Setting: 12:00 AM, January 1, 1990
World Time: New York (NYC)
12/24-Hour Clock: 12-Hour Clock
Alarm: OFF
Alarm Time: 12:00 AM
Hourly Time Signal: OFF
Key Input Tone: ON
Date Format: Month/Day/Year
Language: English
TV Manufacturer: EMERSON
VCR Manufacturer: EMERSON 1
For JD-7000
Following are the initial settings produced by the all-reset operation:
Home Time Zone: London (LON)
Home Time Setting: 12:00 AM, January 1, 1990
World Time: New York (NYC)
12/24-Hour Clock: 12-Hour Clock
Alarm: OFF
Alarm Time: 12:00 AM
Hourly Time Signal: OFF
Key Input Tone: ON
Date Format: Month/Day/Year
Language: English
When the JD-6000/7000 Does Not Work Correctly...
If the JD-6000/7000 are jolted by a strong electrostatic charge or by severe impact, it may not work properly.
In such a case, first check to make sure that the main batteries and back-up battery are correctly installed,
and then perform the following operation:
1. Remove the screw that holds the battery compartment cover in place and remove the battery
compartment cover.
2. Press the RESET button with a thin, pointed object.
3. Look for the message, "Exit," to be highlighted on the display.
4. Press EXE. Now the message, "Check time!" should be on the display.
— 13 —
5. BATTERY REPLACEMENT
Low Battery Warning
The message, "Main Battery Getting Weak! Replace it!" appears whenever battery power drops below a
certain level. Replace the main battery immediately after this message appears.
When the battery is getting weak between 2.85V and 2.55V, the unit will show the message.
Whenever the low battery warning message appears, the OFF key will be the only function that works. If you
don't turn the unit off yourself, power will switch off automatically about 30 seconds after the low battery warning
appears.
Replacing Batteries
• Main Batteries
Two AAA size batteries (LR03 (AM-4) or R03 (UM-4)) are used for the main power supply. The JD-6000/
7000 will not operate at all if main batteries are not installed.
• Back-up Battery
One CR2032 lithium battery supplies power to the memory and protects its contents.
Memory contents are lost when both the main batteries and the back-up battery are removed. Be sure always
to leave one of the batteries or back-up battery in place to protect memory contents. If, however, you remove
the main battery for any time, memory retention will depend entirely on the condition of the back-up battery.
Over a long period of time with just the back-up battery in place, memory contents are likely to be damaged.
If memory seems corrupted, clear it using the RESET procedure described on page 12.
Important!
Incorrect use of batteries can cause them to burst or leak, possibly damaging the interior of the JD-6000/7000.
Note the following precautions:
•
•
•
•
•
Be sure that the positive (+) and negative (-) poles of the batteries are facing in the proper direction.
Never leave dead batteries in the battery compartment.
Remove the batteries if you expect not to be using the JD-6000/7000 for a long period of time.
To avoid damage to the unit from leaky batteries, replace the main batteries at least every two years, and
the back-up battery every three years. Batteries should be replaced no matter how much you use the unit
during that time.
Never mix batteries of different types.
Warning!
• Never try to recharge the batteries supplied with the JD-6000/7000.
• Do not expose batteries to direct heat, short-circuit them, or try to take them apart.
• Keep batteries out of the reach of small children. If swallowed, consult a physician immediately.
— 14 —
To replace the main batteries
1. Switch power off.
2. Loosen the screw of the large battery compartment cover on the back of the unit, and slide the battery
compartment cover in the direction noted by the arrow. (Figure 1)
3. Remove the old batteries.
4. Making sure that the positive (+) and negative (-) ends of the batteries are facing correctly, load two new
batteries into the compartment. (Figure 2)
• Be sure to replace both old batteries with two new ones.
5. Insert the tabs on the bottom of the battery compartment cover into the slots of the battery compartment
and carefully close the cover. Secure the cover in place with the screw. (Figure 3)
Figure 1
Figure 2
Figure 3
To replace the back-up battery
1. Switch power off.
2. Loosen the screw of the small battery compartment cover on the back of the unit, and remove the backup battery compartment cover. (Figure 4)
3. Remove the old battery.
4. Wipe off a new battery with a soft cloth.Then, load it into the compartment making sure that positive (+) side
is facing up (so you can see it.) (Figure 5)
5. Insert the tabs on the bottom of the battery compartment cover into the slots of the battery compartment
and carefully close the cover. Secure the cover in place with the screw. (Figure 6)
Figure 4
Figure 5
— 15 —
Figure 6
6. ERROR MESSAGE
Message
Memory Full!
Meaning
Not enough room to store the data
you are trying to save.
Action
Press AC/ON and then delete
data you no longer need from
memory.
No Record!
You tried to perform a search
operation while there is no data
stored in memory.
Input data before attempting
search operations.
Not Found!
There is no data that matches your
search specification.
Password
Mismatch!
The password you input to access
the Secret Memory Area does not
match the one that is registered.
Press
or
to recall your
search data. You can then edit
the previous data or input new
data.
Input the password correctly.
Main Battery
Getting Weak!
Replace it!
The main batteries are weak.
Replace the batteries in
accordance with the
instructions of this manual.
Communication
Error
• Error during data communications
using Magic Beam.
• Magic Beam data communications
interrupted.
Correct problem and try again.
Send Error!
Receive Error!
Poor connections or some other
problem has caused data transfer
be aborted.
Correct the problem and try
again.
— 16 —
7.
LSI PIN FUNCTION
1.
CPU (HC3000-06-F1)
Pin No.
Signal
In/Out
1
VREG3
Out
2
DMY
–
Not used
3~5
KO10 ~ 12
Out
Not used
6 ~ 14
KO1 ~ 9
Out
Key scan signal
15
KI8
In
Not used
16 ~ 22
KI1~7
In
Key input signal
23 , 25
TRANS, DUMMY
–
Not used
24
BUFON
Out
26
IT2
In
Interrupt signal input
27
IT0
In
Reception data input
28
AO17
Out
Not used
29 ~ 45
A0 ~ A16
Out
Address bus
46
OEB0
Out
Output enable signal for RAM and ROM
47
WEB0
Out
Write enable signal for RAM
48 ~ 52
–
Function
Power supply for RAM / 3(V)
Power supply control for ROM
Not used
53
CS7B0
Out
Chip enable signal for RAM
54
CS6
Out
Chip enable signal for ROM
Out
Not used
In/Out
Data bus
–
Not used
55, 56
57 ~ 64
IO0 ~ IO7
65, 66
67
OPT6
Out
Turn on signal for Photo Sensor
68
OPT5
Out
Turn on signal for LED (Infrared)
69
OPT4
In
Communication data through Photo Sensor
–
Not used
–
Interrupt port
70 ~ 73
74
PORT7
— 17 —
Pin No.
Signal
In/Out
75 ~ 77
PORT4~6
In/Out
78 ~ 80
PORT1~3
–
Interrupt port
–
Not used
81, 82
Function
For data communication
83, 84
PI, PO
In/Out
Main clock terminal (3,45 MG)
85
DUMMY
–
86, 87
XI, XO
In/Out
88
DUMMY
–
89 ~ 184
S1 ~ S96
Out
Segment signal for display
185 ~ 216
C1 ~ C32
Out
Common signal for display
217
VSSR
In
218 ~ 222
V0 ~ V4
Out
223, 224
VSS
In
GND / 0[V]
225
DUMMY
–
Not used
226
VCC
In
Power supply / 3[V]
227
VREG2
Out
228, 229
TS1, 2
–
230, 231
BZ1, 2
Out
232
SW1
In
2.6[V]
While pushing the reset button: 0[V]
233, 234
VD1, 2
–
VD1: 4.7[V]
VD2: 1.6[V]
235, 236
VD3, 4
–
VD3: 4.7[V]
VD4: 1.6[V]
Not used
Clock terminal (DT-26S)
Not used
GND / 0[V]
The voltage for LCD drive
OFF : 0[V]
ON; V0 : 3.6 (Min) ~ 5.8 (Max) [V]
V1 : 2.9 (Min) ~ 4.6 (Max) [V]
V2 : 2.1 (Min) ~ 3.5 (Max) [V]
V3 : 1.4 (Min) ~ 2.4 (Max) [V]
V4 : 0.7 (Min) ~ 1.2 (Max) [V]
2 [V]
Test for manufacturer
Buzzer terminal
— 18 —
Pin No.
Signal
In/Out
237
VDB
In
Function
Low battery detection
VDB < 4.4[V] ⇒ Low battery message
238, 239
240 ~ 243
244
2.
VREG1, 4
VT1 ~ VT4
VLCD
–
–
Out
VREG1:
2.6 [V]
VREG4:
5.0 [V]
VT1 : 1.0[V]
VT2 : 2.9[V]
VT3 : 2.0[V]
VT4 : 3.9[V]
5.9 [V]
RAM (LC3564QM-85)
Pin No.
Signal
In/Out
Function
1
NC
–
No connect
2 ~ 10
A0~A7, A12
In
Address bus
11 ~ 13
I/O 0 ~ I/O 2
In/Out
14
GND
In
15 ~ 19
I/O 3 ~ I/O 7
In/Out
20
CE
In
Chip enable signal
21
A10
In
Address bus
22
OE
In
Output enable signal
23 ~ 25
A8, A9, A11
In
Address bus
26
CE2
In
Chip enable signal
27
WE
In
Write enable signal
28
VCC
In
Power supply / 3[V]
Data bus
GND / 0[V]
Data bus
— 19 —
8. OPERATION CHECK
CAUTION : If customer's data are stored in the unit, all data will be corrupted by this operation.
STEP
1
OPERATION
MENU
Then short in the checkpad
about two seconds.
DISPLAY
Caution!
This is TEST
To Escape
Press AC KEY
1. RAM, ROM
3. KEY
5. RESET
7. OPT
NOTE
The checkpad is located
right side of the back-up
battery switch.
2. DISP
4. TRANS
6. FCC
AC. Esc
2
EXE
3
1
8K RAM OK!
RAM check
4
EXE
ROM OK!
ROM check
5
EXE
6
2
1. RAM, ROM
3. KEY
5. RESET
7. OPT
2. DISP
4. TRANS
6. FCC
All dots display
7
8
9
10
DISPLAY check
EXE
No display
Do
Checker display
Do
Reverse checker display
Do
Frame display
Do
EXE
EXE
EXE
11
EXE
12
3
1. RAM, ROM
3. KEY
5. RESET
7. OPT
2. DISP
4. TRANS
6. FCC
Key check
Push the key sequentially
appeared on the display.
MENU
13
MENU
TIME
FUNC
TIME, FUNC, · · · SPACE/
Check the key sound.
······· M
14
SPACE
15
5
1. RAM, ROM
3. KEY
5. RESET
7. OPT
RESET!
— 20 —
2. DISP
4. TRANS
6. FCC
After a harf second, the
main menu will appear.
9. TO SAVE THE DATA TO OTHER MACHINE
• JD-6000/7000 can transfer customers data (both open and secret area) to other JD-6000/7000
unit when replacing the LCD or the outer case.
• Turn off both units and connect them using a SB-60 or a SB-62 cable.
1 To set up the slave unit.
1. Perform the reset operation.
2. Change the Home Time zone to Paris.
AC , HOME TIME
ON
LONDON
FEB/12/1990
WORLD TIME
7:XX
FUNCTION
MON
XX
am
DST
ON / OFF
Date Format
12 / 24 Hours
Time Set
Use ∇ to select "Zone Change",
and press EXE .
<LON>
FEB 12
7 : XX
∇
Use to select "<PAR>", and
press EXE .
PARIS
FEB/12 /1990
8 : XX
MON
XX
am
3. Set the date and time as follows.
1901 – 1 – 1
12:00 am
FUNCTION
Date Format
12 / 24 Hours
Time Set
Zone Change
Use ∆ to select "Time Set", and
press EXE .
PARIS
02/12/1990
08 : XX
— 21 —
am
∇
∇
Use or to move the flashing selection, and use the number keys to input
values for the flashing year, month, day, and item digits.
After setting, press EXE .
PARIS
JAN/1/1901
TUE
12:00
XX
am
4. Set up the slave unit for data receiving.
MENU , FUNCTION
Memory Capacity
Number of Items
Delete Mode Data
Language
Use ∇ to select "Communication", and press EXE .
Send Data
Use ∇ to select "Receive Data",
and press EXE .
Reseive OK!
Receive Data
Set Up
To Stop
Press AC Key
2 To set up the master unit.
1. Set the hardware parameters as follows.
Parity : None,
BPS : 9600
AC , FUNCTION
Memory Capacity
Number of Items
Delete Mode Data
Language
ON
Use ∆ or ∇ to select "Communication", and press EXE .
Send Data
Use ∆ or ∇ to select "Set Up",
and press EXE .
Parity
Receive Data
Set Up
Even / Odd / None
BPS
4800 / 9600
— 22 —
∆
∆
Use ∆, ∇, or to select
"None", "9600", and press EXE .
Use ∆ to select "Send data",
and press EXE .
Send Data
Receive Data
Set UP
Mode Data
All Data
Use ∇ to select "All data", and
press EXE .
Send OK ?
Yes / No
∆
Use to select "Yes", and press
EXE .
Now sending !
To stop
Press AC Key
<Master unit>
Now receiving !
To stop
Press AC Key
<Slave unit>
About 10 seconds later, both unit change to menu display.
— 23 —
10. TROUBLESHOOTING
1.
Intermittent display
2.
Erratic display
3.
No display
— 24 —
— 25 —
11. EXPLODED VIEW
DISASSEMBLY
1.
2.
3.
4.
Remove 2 screws P, then remove battery cover E and F.
Remove 2 AAA-size batteries and 1 lithium battery.
Remove 3 screws \, then remove the Lower case 0.
Remove 3 screws S, then remove the L172-1 ass’y 8.
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12. PARTS LIST
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8-11-10, Nishi-Shinjuku
Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo 160, Japan
Telephone: 03-3347-4926