Radio Shack Touch Screen Organizer Owner`s manual

Please read before using this equipment.
Owner’s Manual
Touch Screen
Organizer
ˆ Contents
Features .............................................. 5
Preparation ......................................... 7
Removing the Insulation Strips ........ 7
Opening the Cover .......................... 7
A Quick Look at the Organizer ......... 8
Operation ..........................................
Using the Stylus ............................
Turning the Organizer
On and Off .....................................
Turning the Key Tone
On and Off .....................................
Resetting the Organizer/
Selecting a Language ....................
Setting/Viewing the Time ...............
Setting Daylight Saving Time ....
Setting a Time Format ...............
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Setting the Home Date/Time .....
Viewing a World Time ...............
Using the Phone Directories ..........
Entering a Phone Directory
Record ......................................
Using the Schedule Alarm .............
Entering a Schedule Alarm
Record ......................................
Working With Records ...................
Recalling a Record ....................
Editing a Record .......................
Deleting a Record .....................
Using the Daily Alarm ....................
Setting the Daily Alarm .............
Setting the Hourly Chime ..............
Using Passwords ...........................
Setting the Password ................
Changing the Password ............
Using Conversions ........................
Changing Exchange Rates .......
Converting Currency .................
Converting Measurements ........
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Using the Calculator ......................
Memory Calculations .................
Percentage Calculations ...........
Constant Calculations ...............
Reciprocal Calculations .............
Exponent Calculations ..............
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Care and Maintenance ..................... 55
Replacing the Batteries ................. 57
Specifications .................................. 61
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Contents
ˆ Features
Your RadioShack Touch Screen Organizer is a pocket-size data organizer. It’s
great for the person on the go, combining
functions including a telephone directory,
daily alarm, schedule alarms, a calculator, and more in one compact, easy-touse package.
Touch Screen Panel — the organizer’s
panel is designed like a modern personal
digital assistant (PDA) for ease of use.
You use the supplied stylus to quickly select, view, and enter information.
2K Memory — gives you ample space
for storing phone numbers and schedule
alarm memos.
Key Tone Control — lets you turn the
key tone on or off.
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4-Character Password — helps prevent
unauthorized access to your stored information.
7-Language Display — lets you display
any of 7 languages.
Automatic or Manual Power-Off —
conserves battery power by turning off
the organizer about 4 minutes after you
stop using it. You can also turn off the organizer by pressing a single button.
Important: RadioShack Corporation assumes no responsibility for any loss or
claims that might arise through use of this
organizer or for damages incurred as a
result of information loss due to malfunctions, repairs, battery replacement, or
misuse. You should maintain written
records of important information to protect against such loss.
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ˆ Preparation
REMOVING THE
INSULATION STRIPS
Your organizer comes with two insulation
strips that help preserve battery power
during shipping.
Before using the organizer, remove both
insulation strips from the battery compartment (located in the back of the organizer) by grasping and pulling them away
from the organizer. Then reset the organizer (see “Resetting the Organizer/Selecting a Language” on Page 12).
OPENING THE COVER
Simply lift the organizer’s cover to open
it.
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ˆ A Quick Look at
the Organizer
Stylus
EDIT — lets you
edit records.
OFF — turns the
organizer off.
ž — turns
Daylight Saving Time on
and off.
12/24 —
switches
between
12- and
24-hour
time
format.
City Codes — you can select and view
the date and time in any of these cities.
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A Quick Look at the Organizer
¤ — helps you organize phone directory
records and general information about contacts. You can put names, phone numbers,
fax numbers, cell phone numbers, pager numbers, and e-mail addresses at your fingertips.
œ — keeps track of the time in your local
time zone.
­
— keeps track of the time in 31 other
world cities.
— lets you set the daily alarm to sound
daily at a time you preset and set the hourly
chime to sound two beeps at the beginning of
every hour.
¢
— lets you set appointment times and reminders. You can store up to 47 schedule
records (32 characters per record).
¤ — lets you perform currency conversions
and convert to and from metric measurements
› — lets you do arithmetic calculations.
A Quick Look at the Organizer
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ˆ Operation
USING THE STYLUS
Your organizer comes with a stylus that
helps you touch the organizer’s function
keys and select entries easily and accurately.
Important: To protect the display, use
only the supplied stylus to press the organizer’s keys. Do not use a pen, pencil, or
other sharp object to press the organizer’s keys.
To remove the stylus from its slot on the
right side of the organizer, gently press it
against the organizer while sliding it up.
After using the stylus, slide it back into
the slot.
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TURNING THE ORGANIZER
ON AND OFF
To turn on the organizer, use the stylus to
press anywhere on the lower half of the
display.
The organizer automatically enters its
home time mode after you turn it on. An
animation of the name of your home city
and the time in that city appear. Then, the
name of the home city and the date and
the day of the week in that city scroll
across the display. You can press any
key to stop the animation and make the
date and the day of the week appear
steadily.
To conserve battery power, the organizer
automatically turns off after about 4 minutes if you do not press any key. Press
OFF to turn it off sooner.
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TURNING THE KEY TONE
ON AND OFF
You can set your organizer to sound a
tone each time you press a key. To turn
the tone on or off, press then ¨. When
the key tone is on, ¨ appears on the upper right side of the display.
RESETTING THE
ORGANIZER/
SELECTING A LANGUAGE
You might need to reset the organizer if:
• it stops operating properly.
• you forget your password.
• you want to change the display language.
When you reset the organizer, you can
then choose the language that appears
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on its display. You can choose ;D=B?I>
(English), <H7D97?I (French), :;KJI9>
(German), ?J7B?7DE (Italian), ;IF7DEB
(Spanish), D;:;HB7D:I (Dutch), or FEHJK#
=K;I (Portuguese). Your organizer is preset to display English.
1. Use the stylus or a pointed object
such as a straightened paper clip to
press the RESET hole on the back of
the organizer. H;I;J5appears.
2. Press ENTER. H;I;Jbriefly appears,
then ;D=B?I>5 appears. All the information stored in the organizer’s
memory is erased.
3. Repeatedly press ¥ or Ÿ to
select the desired language.
4. Press ENTER to store the setting.
The language you selected briefly
appears (;D=B?I> appears if you
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selected English, for example), and
the home time display returns.
Note: You must reset the current date
and time when you reset the organizer.
SETTING/VIEWING THE TIME
Setting Daylight Saving Time
You can set your organizer so it displays
the correct time during Daylight Saving
Time. To turn Daylight Saving Time on or
off, press œ (to set the organizer to its
home time mode) or ­ (to set the organizer to its world time mode), then press
žž appears at the top of the display if
Daylight Saving Time is on.
Note: Not all cities use Daylight Saving
Time.
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Setting a Time Format
You can set the organizer so it displays
time in either 12- or 24-hour format. To
set the time format, press œ or ­ to set
the organizer to its home or world time
mode, then press 12/24. In the 12-hour
format, 7 (AM) or F (PM) appears to the
left of the time.
Setting the Home Date/Time
You can set your organizer’s home time
to one of 32 cities. When you set the date
and time for your home time city, all other
world times are set automatically.
Note: If your city is not listed in the table
on Page 16, use a city in the same time
zone as yours to set the home time.
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City
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Screen Code
London
BED:ED
Paris
F7H?I
Rome
HEC;
Berlin
8;HB?D
Helsinki
>;BI?DA?
Cairo
97?HE
Istanbul
?IJ7D8KB
Moscow
CEI9EM
Tehran
J;>;H7D
Dubai
:K87?
Kabul
A78KB
Karachi
A7H79>?
Delhi
:;B>?
Dhaka
:>7A7
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City
Screen Code
Yangon
O7D=ED
Bangkok
87D=AEA
Hong Kong
>ED=AED=
Singapore
I?D=7FEH;
Beijing
8;?@?D=
Tokyo
JEAOE
Adelaide
7:;B7?:;
Sydney
IO:D;O
Wellington
M;BB?D=JED
Honolulu
>EDEBKBK
Anchorage
7D9>EH7=;
Los Angeles
BEI7D=;B;I
Denver
:;DL;H
Chicago
9>?97=E
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City
Screen Code
New York
D;MOEHA
Toronto
JEHEDJE
Caracas
97H797I
Rio de Janeiro
H?E:;@7D;?
1. Press œ to set the organizer to its
home time mode. An animation of
the name of your home city and the
time in that city appears. Then, the
name of the home city and the date
and the day of the week in that city
scroll across the display.
2. Press EDIT to set the home time. The
currently set home city flashes. (Or,
press any key to stop the animation
and make the date and the day of
the week appear steadily, then press
EDIT to set the home time).
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3. Repeatedly press ¥ or Ÿ to
select your home city code or a
home city in the same time zone as
yours.
4. Press ENTER to store the setting.
The first digit of the year flashes on
the first row of the display.
5. Press number keys to enter the year
(two digits). The first digit of the
month flashes.
Note: You can repeatedly press ,
, , and to move the cursor
to wherever you want to change displayed information.
6. Press number keys to enter the
month (two digits). The first digit of
the day flashes.
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7. Press number keys to enter the day
(two digits). The first digit of the hour
flashes.
8. Press number keys to enter the hour
(two digits). The first digit of the
minute flashes.
9. Repeatedly press AM/PM to toggle
between AM and PM.
10. Press number keys to enter the
minute (two digits), then press
ENTER to store the setting. The organizer returns to the home time mode.
Notes:
• If the date and time you enter is
invalid (for example, you entered 20
for the month), ;HH briefly appears
after you press ENTER. Then, the
original year and date and time
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appear, and a flashing cursor
appears on the first character of the
year. Re-enter the correct date and
time, then press ENTER.
• The organizer automatically sets the
day of the week when you press
ENTER.
Viewing a World Time
Once you set your home time, follow
these steps to view the time in any of 31
cities around the world.
1. Press ­ to enter the world time
mode. An animation of the name of
the selected world city and the time
in that city appear. Then, the name
of the world city and the date and
day of the week in that city scroll
across the display.
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2. Repeatedly press ¥ or Ÿ to
select the desired city. An animation
of the name of the selected world
city and the time in that city appear.
Then, the name of the city and the
date and day of the week in that city
scroll across the display.
Or, press one of the city codes that
appear below the date and time to
select a city. The list contains the following cities:
Screen
Code
City
Screen
Code
City
LON
London
HKG
Hong
Kong,
Singapore,
Beijing
PAR
Paris,
Rome,
Berlin
TYO
Tokyo
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Screen
Code
City
Screen
Code
City
CAI
Cairo,
Helsinki,
Istanbul
WLG
Wellington
MOW
Moscow,
Tehran
HNL
Honolulu,
Anchorage
DXB
Dubai,
Kabul
LAX
Los
Angeles
KHI
Karachi
DEN
Denver
DEL
Delhi,
Dhaka
CHI
Chicago
RGN
Yangon
NYC
New York,
Toronto
BKK
Bangkok,
Adelaide
CCS
Caracas
SYD
Sydney
RIO
Rio de
Janeiro
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Cities appearing in the same entry in
the list are in/near the same time zone.
3. Repeatedly press ¥ or Ÿ to view
other cities in the same time zone or
close to that time zone.
USING THE PHONE
DIRECTORIES
You can store a contact’s name, home
phone number, work phone number, fax
number, cell phone number, and e-mail
address into each record in the organizer’s phone directory. You can store up to
83 records in the phone directory (entering 8 characters per name and 12 digits
per phone number).
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Entering a Phone Directory
Record
1. Press ¤ to enter the phone directory mode. D7C;5 appears.
2. Enter the contact’s name (up to 36
characters).
Note: Since the organizer stores
phone directory records alphabetically by name, you might want to
enter last names first.
3. Press. £, >EC;5, and a flashing cursor appear.
4. Enter a home phone number (up to
12 characters).
5. Press . ¦, MEHA5, and a
flashing cursor appear.
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6. Enter a work phone number (up to
12 characters).
7. Press . ¢, <7N5, and a flashing cursor appear.
8. Enter a fax number (up to 12 characters).
9. Press . , 9;BB5, and a flashing cursor appear.
10. Enter a cell phone number (up to 12
characters).
k
, F7=;H5, and a
11. Press .
flashing cursor appear.
12. Enter the pager number (up to 12
characters).
13. Press . and ;#C7?B5 appear.
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14. Enter an e-mail address (up to 36
characters).
15. Press ENTER to store the setting.
<H;; and the amount of available
memory briefly appear, then D7C;5
appears.
Note: <KBB appears if the memory is
full. You can delete records to free
memory (see “Deleting a Record” on
Page 37).
16. Repeat Steps 2–15 to enter another
phone directory record. Or, press œ
to return to the home time mode.
Notes:
• Repeatedly press a number key to
enter that number or a letter next to it.
• To enter a letter (or two letters next
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edly press the number key until the
letter appears, press , then
repeatedly press the number key to
enter the second letter.
• To enter a space, press /SPACE or
.
• To enter a period, press /SPACE .
• To enter a symbol (–, @, #, $, £, ¥, (,
), ~, ’, :, /, \, _, &, and %), repeatedly
press SMBL until the symbol
appears. To enter another symbol
consecutively, press then enter
the next symbol.
• To change an incorrect character,
move the cursor to the character you
want to change, then enter the correct one.
• To delete a character, move the cursor to the character, then press DEL.
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USING THE SCHEDULE
ALARM
Your organizer’s schedule alarm helps
you stay in control of your busy schedule
by reminding you of meetings and other
important events. You can store up to 47
schedule alarm records (32 characters in
each record).
At the preset schedule alarm time, the organizer sounds an alarm for 30 seconds
and a message you stored flashes. If the
organizer is off at the alarm time, the organizer turns itself on, sounds the alarm,
and displays the message. Press any key
to silence the alarm sooner.
Notes:
• Because pressing any key turns off
the alarm, the alarm might not sound
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if you are entering information at the
alarm time.
• If the alarm sounds and the alarm
message flashes while you are
entering information, the information
you are entering might not be stored.
Entering a Schedule Alarm
Record
1. Press ¢ to enter the schedule alarm
mode. I9>;:KB;5appears.
2. Enter the message you want to
appear when the alarm sounds. &&#
&&7&&#&& (or &&#&&&&#&& in 24-hour
time format) appears on the second
row of the display.
3. Pressor ENTER.
moves down.
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The
cursor
Note: The time display format that
appears matches the one you
selected in “Setting a Time Format”
on Page 15.
4. Enter the date and time of the schedule alarm.
5. Press number keys to enter the date
and time of the schedule alarm.
6. Repeatedly press AM/PM to toggle
between AM and PM (in 12-hour format).
7. Press ENTER. The percentage of
available free space briefly appears,
then I9>;:KB;5 appears.
Notes:
• If the information you enter is
invalid (for example, you enter 20
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for the month), ;HH briefly appears
after you press ENTER. Then a
flashing cursor appears on the
year’s first digit. Re-enter the date
and time, then press ENTER.
• <KBB appears if the memory is full.
You can delete schedule alarm
records or other records to free
the memory (see “Deleting a
Record” on Page 37).
8. Repeat Steps 2–7 to enter another
schedule alarm record. Or, press œ
to return to the home time mode.
Notes:
• Repeatedly press a number key to
enter that number or a letter next to it.
• To enter a letter (or enter two letters
next to the same number) twice,
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repeatedly press the number key
until the letter appears, press ,
then repeatedly press the number
key to enter the second letter.
• To enter a space, press /SPACE or
.
• To enter a period, press /SPACE .
• To enter a symbol (–, @, #, $, £, ¥, (,
), ~, ’, :, /, \, _, &, and %), repeatedly
press SMBL until the symbol
appears. To enter another symbol
consecutively, press, then enter
the next symbol.
• To change an incorrect character, move
the cursor to the character you want to
change, then enter the correct one.
• To delete a character, move the cursor to the character, then press DEL.
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WORKING WITH RECORDS
You can recall, edit, and delete records
you stored in your phone directory and
your scheduler.
Recalling a Record
1. Press ¤ to enter the phone directory mode or ¢ to enter the schedule alarm mode.
2. Repeatedly press ¥ or Ÿ to view
the phone directory records in alphabetical order or the schedule alarm
records in chronological order. You
can also enter the first few characters of the desired record, then press
¥ or Ÿ. The first matching record
appears.
Note: If there are no records stored
in your organizer or if there is no
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matching record, DEJ <EKD: briefly
appears, then D7C;5 or I9>;:KB;5
appears.
3. Repeat Steps 1 and 2 to recall another record.
Notes:
• The first 12 characters of a record
appear in each row of the record. If
the displayed row has more than 12
characters, appears at the end of
the row. Press or to view the
entire row.
• In phone directory records, press and to view the next field. £,
appears to
¦, ¢, , or
indicate a home, work, fax, cell
phone, or pager number respectively.
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• Press to toggle between the email field and the contact name field
in phone directory records. appears on the top of the display
when there is an e-mail address.
Editing a Record
1. Recall the record you want to edit
(see “Working With Records” on
Page 34).
2. Press EDIT . A flashing cursor
appears on the first character of the
record.
Note: To edit the e-mail address in a
phone directory record, press then EDIT.
3. Repeatedly press , , , or
to move the cursor to the area you
want to edit.
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4. To change a character, move the
cursor to the character you want to
change, then enter the character.
5. To delete a character, move the cursor to the character, then press DEL.
6. Move the cursor to the e-mail field (in
phone directory mode) or the second
row (in schedule alarm mode), then
press ENTER. The amount of available memory briefly appears, then
D7C;5 or I9>;:KB;5appears.
7. Repeat Steps 1–6 to edit another
record. Or, press œ to return to the
home time mode.
Deleting a Record
1. Recall the record you want to delete
(see “Working With Records” on
Page 34).
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2. Press DEL. :;B;J;5 appears.
3. If you are sure you want to delete the
record, press ENTER. :;B;J; briefly
appears when the organizer deletes
the record, then a mode prompt
message (for example, D7C;5)
appears.
Otherwise, press any key except
The
record
remains
ENTER.
unchanged.
4. Repeat Steps 1–3 to delete another
record. Or, press œ to return to the
home time mode.
USING THE DAILY ALARM
You can use your organizer to set an
alarm to sound for about 30 seconds at a
preset time every day. To silence the
alarm sooner, press any key.
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Notes:
• Because pressing any key turns off
the alarm, the alarm might not sound
if you are entering information at the
precise alarm time.
• If the alarm sounds and the alarm
message flashes while you are
entering information, the information
you are entering might not be stored.
Setting the Daily Alarm
1. Press to enter the alarm setting
mode. 7B and 7 '( ¶ && (in 12-hour
time format) or & ¶ && (in 24-hour
time format) appears.
2. Press EDIT. The first digit of the hour
flashes.
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3. Enter the alarm time. Then press
ENTER to store the setting. ¥
appears on the top of the display.
4. Press œ to return to the home time
mode.
Note: If the alarm time you entered is invalid, ;HH briefly appears after you press
ENTER, then 7B and 7'(¶&& (or &&¶&&in
24-hour time format) appears. Enter a
valid alarm time and press ENTER.
To turn off the daily alarm, press then
press ¥ on the lower right side of the
display. ¥ on the upper right side of the
display disappears.
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SETTING THE HOURLY
CHIME
The organizer’s hourly chime sounds 2
beeps at the beginning of each hour. You
can turn the hourly chime on or off.
1. Press to enter the alarm setting
mode.
2. Repeatedly press ¥ until ¡
appears or disappears to turn the
hourly chime on or off.
3. Press œ to return to the home time
mode.
USING PASSWORDS
The organizer lets you block access to
your phone directory and schedule alarm
records. Once you set a password of up
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to 4 characters, phone directory records
and schedule alarm records are locked
until you enter the password.
Setting the Password
You can set a password in the phone directory and schedule alarm modes.
1. Press to enter the alarm setting
mode.
2. Press «. F7IIMEH:5 appears.
3. Enter the password (up to 4 characters).
4. Press ENTER to store the setting.
« appears at the top of the display. Then the organizer returns to
its home time mode.
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Note: Be sure you set a password that
you can easily remember. If you forget it,
you must reset the organizer, which clears
all records. See “Resetting the Organizer/
Selecting a Language” on Page 12.
Changing the Password
1. Press to enter the alarm setting
mode.
2. Press «. F7IIMEH:5 appears.
3. Enter the current password, then
press ENTER. F7IIMEH:5 appears
and «disappears.
4. Press ENTER to cancel the password. The organizer returns to its
home time mode.
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Or, to change the password, enter a
new password, then press ENTER.
« appears and the organizer
returns to its home time mode.
USING CONVERSIONS
The organizer’s conversion function lets
you perform metric and currency conversions. The following conversion rates are
preset in your organizer:
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Rate
Inch → Centimeter
2.54
Yard → Meter
0.9144
Mile → Kilometer
1.609
C° → F°
1.8
Foot → Meter
0.3048
Ounce → Gram
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Conversion
Rate
Pound → Kilogram
0.4536
US Gallon → Liter
3.785
EUR → ATS
13.7603
EUR → DEM
1.95583
EUR → FRF
6.55957
EUR → ITL
1936.27
EUR → BEF
40.3399
EUR → ESP
166.386
EUR → PTE
200.482
EUR → IEP
0.787564
EUR → NLG
2.20371
You can also change any of the currency
exchange rates you choose.
Note: You cannot change the preset metric conversions.
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Changing Exchange Rates
1. Press ¤. ;KH → 7JI and & appear.
2. Repeatedly press ¥ or Ÿ to select
the exchange rate you want to
change.
3. Press EDIT. A flashing cursor and the
exchange rate you selected appear.
4. Enter the new currency name (up to
3 characters) and press and to
move the cursor to the area you want
to edit.
5. Enter additional currency names (up
to 3 characters).
6. Pressto select
exchange rate.
a
currency
7. Enter the new exchange rate for
each currency you added (up to 6
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digits), then press ENTER to store the
setting.
8. Press œ to return to the home time
mode.
Converting Currency
1. Press ¤. ;KH → 7JI and & appear.
2. Repeatedly press ¥ and Ÿ to
select the exchange rate.
3. Press DEL. The exchange rate
appears.
4. Enter the number you want to convert.
5. Repeatedly pressand to select
the direction of conversion and convert the number. The result appears.
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6. Press DEL to clear the converted
number and show the exchange rate
again.
7. Repeat Steps 4–6 to convert another
number. Or, press œto return to the
home time mode.
Converting Measurements
1. Press ¤ twice. ?D9> → 9C and &
appear.
2. Repeatedly press ¥ and Ÿ to
select the unit of measurement.
3. Press DEL. The conversion rate
appears.
4. Enter the number you want to convert.
5. Repeatedly press and to
select the direction of conversion
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and convert the number. The result
appears.
6. Press DEL to clear the converted
number and show the measurement
rate again.
7. Repeat Steps 4–6 to convert another
number. Or, press œto return to the
home time mode.
USING THE CALCULATOR
You can use your organizer to perform
arithmetic calculations. Press › to enter
the calculation mode. &$ appears. To
clear a calculation, press C/CE.
Notes:
• If the result of a calculation has more
than 10 digits, or if you try to divide
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by 0, ;HH (error) appears. To clear
the error, press C/CE.
• If you press the wrong operation key
(+, –, × or ÷), simply press the correct
one and continue with your calculation.
• If you enter a wrong number, press
C/CE and re-enter the correct number before you press =.
Memory Calculations
To perform multi-step calculations:
• Press MC to clear the memory.
• Press M+ to total a calculation and
add the total to the value in memory.
• Press M– to total a calculation and
subtract the total from the value in
memory.
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Operation
• Press MR to recall (display) the value
in memory.
For example: 3 × 4 + 20 × 3 – 56 ÷ 8
You Press
You See
3 × 4 M+
C'(
20 × 3 M+
C,&
56 ÷ 8 M–
C-
MR
C,+
Note: C appears on the upper left side of
the display when a value is stored in
memory. C disappears when you clear
the memory.
Operation
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Percentage Calculations
To find a percentage of a number, type the
number, then ×, the percentage, and %.
For example, to find 3 percent of 12:
You Press
You See
12 × 3 %
&$),
Constant Calculations
For multiplication, the calculator repeats
the first number and the ×. For all other
operations, the calculator repeats the operator and the second number. For example, in the calculation 5 × 6, 5 × is the
constant. In the calculation 12 − 4, − 4 is
the constant.
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Operation
Press = to repeat the last function. For
example, to calculate 5 × 5 × 5 × 5 + 2 + 2
= 629:
You Press
You See
5× ===+ 2==
,(/
Reciprocal Calculations
Example: 1/8 = 0.125
You Press
You See
8÷=
&$'(+
Operation
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Exponent Calculations
Example: 65 = 7776
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You Press
You See
6× ====
---,
Operation
ˆ Care and
Maintenance
Keep the organizer dry; if it gets wet,
wipe it dry immediately. Use and store
the organizer only in normal temperature
environments. Handle the organizer carefully; do not drop it. Keep the organizer
away from dust and dirt, and wipe it with
a damp cloth occasionally to keep it looking new.
Modifying or tampering with the organizer’s internal components can cause a
malfunction and might invalidate its warranty. If your organizer is not performing
as it should, take it to your local
RadioShack store for assistance.
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Notes:
• At very low temperatures, the display’s response time might slow
down or the display might fail completely. This is only temporary. The
organizer works normally again
when it returns to a normal temperature.
• If the organizer is exposed to strong
static electric charges, the display
might become dim or the organizer
might fail to operate properly. If this
happens, reset your organizer (see
“Resetting the Organizer/Selecting a
Language” on Page 12).
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Care and Maintenance
REPLACING THE
BATTERIES
Your organizer requires two CR2032 lithium batteries (supplied), one for power
and one to protect the organizer’s memory. For the best performance and longest
life, we recommend RadioShack lithium
batteries.
Important: To avoid losing stored information:
• Be sure to set the organizer to its
battery-replacement mode before
removing either battery.
• Always replace the main power battery first then replace the backup
battery. Never remove both batteries
from the battery compartment at the
same time.
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• Remove an old battery and install a
new one within 1 minute. Otherwise,
the organizer erases all stored information.
• Make sure to install a new battery
with the correct polarity (positive (+)
side up). Installing a battery incorrectly might cause the organizer to
erase all stored information.
Caution: Use only fresh batteries of the
required size and recommended type.
1. To set the organizer to its batteryreplacement mode, press , hold
down the stylus on a point about 5
mm below œ until ^`_a appears,
then press ENTER.
2. Use a Phillips screwdriver to remove
the battery compartment cover’s
screw from the back of the organizer,
then remove the cover.
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Care and Maintenance
3. Insert the tip of the screwdriver into
the hole next to the main power battery (marked MAIN in the battery
compartment), then gently pry out
the old battery.
4. Position a new battery with its positive (+) side up, then press down on
the battery to secure it.
5. Repeat Steps 3 and 4 to remove and
replace the backup battery (marked
BACKUP in the battery compartment).
6. Place the battery compartment
cover’s tabs into the slots on the bottom of the battery compartment, then
replace the cover and secure it with
the screw.
7. Use the stylus or a pointed object
such as a straightened paper clip to
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press the RESET hole on the back of
the organizer. H;I;J5 appears. Then
press any key except ENTER.
8. Reset the time and date.
When the display dims or the organizer
stops operating properly, replace the batteries.
Warnings:
• Dispose of old batteries promptly
and properly. Do not burn or bury
them.
• Keep button-cell batteries away from
children. Swallowing a button-cell
battery can be fatal.
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Care and Maintenance
ˆ Specifications
Power Source .............. 2 × CR2032 Batteries
Battery Life ................................ About 1 year
(operates 30 minutes per day)
Automatic Power-Off ............ About 4 minutes
Working Temperature ................ 32° to 109°F
(0° to 43°C)
Storage Temperature .................. -4° to 140°F
(-20° to 60°C)
Dimensions (HWD): .. 43/16 × 27/8 × 3/8 Inches
(107 × 73 × 10 mm)
Weight (without Battery) ....................... 2.6 oz
(73.7 g)
Specifications are typical; individual units
might vary. Specifications are subject to
change and improvement without notice.
Specifications
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ˆ Notes
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Notes
Limited One-Year Warranty
This product is warranted by RadioShack against manufacturing defects in material and workmanship under normal use for
one (1) year from the date of purchase from RadioShack company-owned stores and authorized RadioShack franchisees
and dealers. EXCEPT AS PROVIDED HEREIN, RadioShack
MAKES NO EXPRESS WARRANTIES AND ANY IMPLIED
WARRANTIES, INCLUDING THOSE OF MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE, ARE
LIMITED IN DURATION TO THE DURATION OF THE WRITTEN LIMITED WARRANTIES CONTAINED HEREIN. EXCEPT AS PROVIDED HEREIN, RadioShack SHALL HAVE
NO LIABILITY OR RESPONSIBILITY TO CUSTOMER OR
ANY OTHER PERSON OR ENTITY WITH RESPECT TO
ANY LIABILITY, LOSS OR DAMAGE CAUSED DIRECTLY
OR INDIRECTLY BY USE OR PERFORMANCE OF THE
PRODUCT OR ARISING OUT OF ANY BREACH OF THIS
WARRANTY, INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO, ANY
DAMAGES RESULTING FROM INCONVENIENCE, LOSS
OF TIME, DATA, PROPERTY, REVENUE, OR PROFIT OR
ANY INDIRECT, SPECIAL, INCIDENTAL, OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES, EVEN IF RadioShack HAS BEEN ADVISED
OF THE POSSIBILITY OF SUCH DAMAGES.
Some states do not allow limitations on how long an implied
warranty lasts or the exclusion or limitation of incidental or
consequential damages, so the above limitations or exclusions may not apply to you.
In the event of a product defect during the warranty period,
take the product and the RadioShack sales receipt as proof of
purchase date to any RadioShack store. RadioShack will, at
its option, unless otherwise provided by law: (a) correct the
defect by product repair without charge for parts and labor; (b)
replace the product with one of the same or similar design;
or (c) refund the purchase price. All replaced parts (continued)
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(continued) and products, and products on which a refund is
made, become the property of RadioShack. New or reconditioned parts and products may be used in the performance of
warranty service. Repaired or replaced parts and products are
warranted for the remainder of the original warranty period.
You will be charged for repair or replacement of the product
made after the expiration of the warranty period.
This warranty does not cover: (a) damage or failure caused by
or attributable to acts of God, abuse, accident, misuse, improper or abnormal usage, failure to follow instructions, improper installation or maintenance, alteration, lightning or
other incidence of excess voltage or current; (b) any repairs
other than those provided by a RadioShack Authorized Service Facility; (c) consumables such as fuses or batteries; (d)
cosmetic damage; (e) transportation, shipping or insurance
costs; or (f) costs of product removal, installation, set-up service adjustment or reinstallation.
This warranty gives you specific legal rights, and you may
also have other rights which vary from state to state.
RadioShack Customer Relations, 200 Taylor Street,
6th Floor, Fort Worth, TX 76102
We Service What We Sell
RadioShack Corporation
Fort Worth, Texas 76102
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