Sharp EL-1607P Specifications

INK ROLLER REPLACEMENT
If printing is blurry even when the ink roller is in the proper
position, replace the roller.
ELECTRONIC PRINTING CALCULATOR
Ink roller: Type EA-772R
EL-1607P
OPERATION MANUAL
1) Press the power off key.
2) Remove the printer cover. (Fig. 1)
3) Hold the top of the ink roller and remove the roller by pulling it
toward you and then upward. (Fig. 2)
4) Install the new ink roller in the correct position. Make sure
that the roller is securely in place. (Fig. 3)
5) Put back the printer cover.
IMPORTANT
The wires in this mains lead are coloured in accordance with the following code:
BLUE:
BROWN:
WARNING
APPLYING INK TO WORN INK ROLLER OR USE OF
UNAPPROVED INK ROLLER MAY CAUSE SERIOUS
DAMAGE TO PRINTER.
2
Fig. 1
Fig. 1
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To insure trouble-free operation of your SHARP calculator, we
recommend the following:
1. The calculator should be kept in areas free from extreme
temperature changes, moisture, and dust.
2. A soft, dry cloth should be used to clean the calculator. Do
not use solvents or a wet cloth.
3. Since this product is not waterproof, do not use it or store it
where fluids, for example water, can splash onto it.
Raindrops, water spray, juice, coffee, steam, perspiration, etc.
will also cause malfunction.
4. If service should be required, use only a SHARP servicing
dealer, a SHARP approved service facility or SHARP repair
service.
5. Do not wind the AC cord around the body or otherwise
forcibly bend or twist it.
6. Unplug the calculator by pulling on the plug portion, not the
cord.
7. Do not place objects on the AC cord. Do not run the AC cord
under rugs, mats, or other such objects.
8. This product, including accessories, may change due to
upgrading without prior notice.
Division:
The calculator will automatically remember the second number
entered (the divisor) and
instruction.
‘‘•’’: Neutral
‘‘A’’: Use of the Add mode permits addition and subtraction of
numbers without an entry of the decimal point. When the
Add mode is activated, the decimal point is automatically
positioned according to the decimal selector setting.
Use of
,
and
will automatically override the Add mode
and decimally correct answers will be printed at the preset decimal
position.
ROUNDING SELECTOR:
“ ”: An answer is rounded up.
“5/4”: An answer is rounded off.
“ ”: An answer is rounded down.
Note: The decimal point floats during successive calculation by
the use of
or
.
If the decimal selector is set to “F” then the answer is always
rounded down ( ).
GRAND TOTAL MODE SELECTOR:
SHARP will not be liable nor responsible for any incidental or
consequential economic or property damage caused by
misuse and/or malfunctions of this product and its
peripherals, unless such liability is acknowledged by law.
1
Neutral
Live
As the colours of the wires in the mains lead of this apparatus may not correspond with the coloured markings identifying the
terminals in your plug proceed as follows,
The wire which is coloured BLUE must be connected to the terminal which is marked with the letter N or coloured black.
The wire which is coloured BROWN must be connected to the terminal which is marked with the letter L or coloured red.
This apparatus must be protected by a 3A fuse in the mains plug or distribution board.
“CAUTION: DO NOT CONNECT THE LIVE (BROWN) WIRE OR THE NEUTRAL (BLUE) WIRE TO THE EARTH TERMINAL AT
YOUR 3 PIN MAINS PLUG.”
OPERATIONAL NOTES
1) Press the power off key and unplug the power supply plug
from the outlet.
2) Remove the battery cover on the back of the unit. (Fig. 1)
3) Remove the exhausted battery and install one new lithium
battery. Wipe the battery well with a dry cloth and place the
plus “+” side upward. (Fig. 2)
4) Replace the battery cover by reversing the removal
procedure.
5) Connect the power supply plug to an outlet, then press the
RESET switch on the back of the unit after pressing the power
on switch. (See “RESETTING THE UNIT”.)
“GT”: Grand Total
“•”: Neutral
STORE KEY:
This key is used to store the conversion rate or the tax/
discount rate.
Fig. 2
Fig. 3
Cleaning the printing mechanism
If the print becomes dull after long time usage, clean the
printing wheel according to the following procedures:
1) Remove the printer cover and the ink roller.
2) Install the paper roll and feed it until it comes out of the front
of the printing mechanism.
3) Hold a small brush (like a tooth brush) lightly to the printing
.
wheel and clean it by pressing
4) Put back the ink roller and the printer cover.
Note: • Do not rotate the printing mechanism manually, this may
damage the printer.
Fig. 2
After battery replacement
• Connect the power supply plug to an outlet and press the
power on switch.
Check that “0.” is displayed. If “0.” is not displayed, remove
the battery, reinstall it, and check the display again.
• Reset the tax / discount rate and conversion rate.
• In the box on the right, fill in the
Month
Year
month/year that you changed the
battery, as a reminder of when to
change it again.
Precautions on battery use
• Do not leave an exhausted battery
in the equipment.
• Do not expose the battery to water
or flame, and do not take it apart.
• Store batteries out of the reach of
small children.
Notes for handling Lithium batteries:
CAUTION
Danger of explosion if battery is incorrectly replaced.
Replace only with the same or equivalent type recommended
by the manufacturer.
Dispose of used batteries according to the manufacturer’s
instructions.
PAPER ROLL REPLACEMENT
Never insert paper roll if torn. Doing so will cause paper to
jam.
Always cut leading edge with scissors first.
1) Insert the leading edge of the paper roll into the opening.
(Fig. 1)
.
2) Turn the power on and feed the paper by pressing
(Fig. 2)
3) Lift the attached metal paper holder up and insert the paper
roll to the paper holder. (Fig. 3)
SPECIFICATIONS
Operating capacity: 12 digits
Power supply: Operating:
AC: 220V–230V, 50Hz
Memory backup:
(DC)
3V
(Lithium battery CR2032 × 1)
Memory Protection Battery lifespan:
Approx. 1 year. (tested and confirmed at 25°C (77°F); may
change due to usage environment)
Conversion rate:
USING THE CALCULATOR FOR
THE FIRST TIME
First, pull out the insulation sheet for the memory protection
battery (installed for retaining the tax/discount rate and conversion
rate information).
Removing the insulation sheet, and resetting
1. Pull out the insulation sheet for the memory protection
battery.
• Enter the conversion rate, then press
.
• A maximum of 6 digits can be stored (decimal point is not
counted as a digit).
Tax/discount rate:
• Enter the adding tax rate, then press
.
before pressing
• To store a discount rate, press
.
• A maximum of 4 digits can be stored (decimal point is not
counted as a digit).
Note: • For the conversion rate and the tax/discount rate, a
single value can be stored for each. If you enter a new
rate, the previous rate will be cleared.
• The stored values for the conversion rate and the tax/
discount rate will be cleared if the power cable is
disconnected.
Fig. 1
PAPER FEED KEY
Fig. 2
LAST DIGIT CORRECTION KEY
Fig. 3
GRAND TOTAL KEY
CLEAR ENTRY KEY
TOTAL KEY
WARNING
DO NOT PULL PAPER BACKWARDS AS THIS MAY CAUSE
DAMAGE TO PRINTING MECHANISM.
MULTIPLICATION KEY
2. Connect the power supply plug to an outlet, then press the
RESET switch on the back of the unit after pressing the
power on switch.
(See “RESETTING THE UNIT”.)
DIVISION KEY
CHANGE SIGN KEY
MARKUP KEY
OPERATING CONTROLS
MEMORY TOTAL CLEAR KEY
MEMORY SUBTOTAL RECALL KEY
POWER ON SWITCH:
When the “l” side of the power on switch is pressed, the
calculator is turned on.
OFF
TAX-INCLUDING KEY
PRE-TAX KEY
POWER OFF KEY:
PERCENT KEY
When the power off key is pressed, the calculator is
turned off.
NON-ADD/SUBTOTAL KEY:
PRINT / ITEM COUNT MODE SELECTOR:
“•”: Set to the non-print mode.
“P”: Set to the print mode.
“P•IC”: Set to the print and item count mode.
is pressed, 1 is
For addition or subtraction, each time
is pressed, 1
added to the item counter, and each time
is subtracted.
• The count is printed when the calculated result is
obtained.
,
,
or
clears the counter.
• Pressing of
Note: The counter has a maximum capacity of 3 digits (up to
±999). If the count exceeds the maximum, the counter will
recount from zero.
DECIMAL SELECTOR:
Presets the number of decimal places in the answer. In the ‘‘F’’
position, the answer is displayed in the floating decimal system.
Non-add – When this key is pressed right after an entry of
a number in the Print mode, the entry is printed
on the left-hand side with the symbol “#”.
This key is used to print out numbers not
subjects to calculation such as code, date, etc.
Subtotal – Used to get subtotal(s) of additions and/or
or
subtractions. When pressed following the
key, the subtotal is printed with the symbol
“◊” and the calculation may be continued.
By pressing this key even in the Non-print mode, the
displayed number is printed without any symbol.
CONVERSION KEY:
This key is used:
• to store the conversion rate.
• obtains a value by multiplying a given number with a
specified conversion rate.
• to recall the presently stored rate for check. Press
first to clear the calculation register and reset an error
. The conversion rate is printed
condition, then press
with the symbol “∆”.
CONVERSION KEY:
CONSTANT/ADD MODE SELECTOR:
‘‘K’’: The following constant functions will be performed:
Multiplication:
The calculator will automatically remember the first number
entered (the multiplicand) and
instruction.
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MINUS EQUAL KEY
PLUS EQUAL KEY
This key is used to obtain a value by dividing a given
number with a specified conversion rate.
DISPLAY SYMBOLS:
M : A number has been stored in memory.
– : The display value is negative.
E : Error or overflow of capacity.
• : Appears when a number is in the grand total memory.
PRINTING SECTION
Printer: Mechanical printer
Printing speed: Approx. 2.5 lines/sec.
(At temperature 25°C (77°F), when
“741•9 +” is printed. The printing speed will vary with the
number of rows and the figure types to be printed.)
Printing paper:
57 mm(2-1/4") - 58 mm(2-9/32") wide
80 mm(3-5/32") in diameter (max.)
Operating temperature:
0°C – 40°C (32°F – 104°F)
Power consumption: 59 mA
Automatic Power-off: Approx. 7 min.
Dimensions:
220 mm (W) × 303 mm (D) × 71.5 mm (H)
(8-21/32" (W) × 11-15/16" (D) × 2-13/16" (H))
Weight: Approx. 1.3 kg (2.87 Ib.) (with battery)
Accessories:
1 lithium battery (installed), 1 paper roll, 1 ink roller (installed),
and operation manual
There are several situations which will cause an overflow or an error
condition. When this occurs, “E” will be displayed. The contents of
the memory at the time of the error are retained.
If an ‘‘0䡠E’’ is displayed at the time of the error,
must be used to
clear the calculator. If an ‘‘E’’ with any numerals except zero is
or
and the
displayed, the error may be cleared with
calculation can still be continued.
Also, in rare cases, printing may stop midway and the indication
“E” appear on the display. This is not a malfunction but is caused
when the calculator is exposed to strong electromagnetic noise or
static electricity from an external source. Should this occur, press
key and then repeat the calculation from the beginning.
the
Error conditions:
1. Entry of more than 12 digits or 11 decimals. This error can be
or
.
cleared with
2. When the integer portion of an answer exceeds 12 digits.
3. When the integer portion of the contents of the memory
exceeds 12 digits.
999999999999
1
)
(Ex.
4. When any number is divided by zero.
0
)
(Ex. 5
REPLACEMENT OF BATTERY FOR
MEMORY PROTECTION
THE VOLTAGE USED MUST BE THE SAME AS SPECIFIED
ON THIS CALCULATOR. USING THIS CALCULATOR WITH
A HIGHER VOLTAGE THAN THAT WHICH IS SPECIFIED IS
DANGEROUS AND MAY RESULT IN A FIRE OR OTHER
TYPE OF ACCIDENT CAUSING DAMAGE. WE ARE NOT
RESPONSIBLE FOR ANY DAMAGE RESULTING FROM USE
OF THIS CALCULATOR WITH A VOLTAGE OTHER THAN
THAT WHICH IS SPECIFIED.
RESETTING THE UNIT
Strong impacts, exposure to electrical fields, or other unusual
conditions may render the unit inoperative, and pressing the
keys will have no effect. If this occurs, you will have to press the
RESET switch on the bottom of the unit. The RESET switch
should be pressed only when:
• an abnormal event occurs and all keys are disabled.
• you install or replace the battery.
Notes:
• Pressing the RESET switch will clear the stored tax / discount
rate and conversion rate, other data stored in the memory.
• Use only a ballpoint pen to press the RESET switch. Do not
use anything breakable or anything with a sharp tip, such as a
needle.
• Connect the power supply plug to an outlet, then press the
RESET switch after pressing the power on switch. Check that
“0.” is displayed.
Time for battery replacement
Replace with a new battery once a year.
Method of battery replacement
Use one lithium battery (CR2032).
Notes: • When the battery is depleted, the set tax/discount rate,
conversion rate and the memory contents will be lost.
You may want to write down the tax/discount rate and
conversion rate, other important numbers on a sheet
of paper.
• When replacing the battery, the set tax/discount rate
and conversion rate, the memory contents will be lost.
• The life of the pre-installed battery may be shorter
than expected because of the time the calculator
spends during shipment.
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1. Set the decimal selector as specified in each example.
The rounding selector should be in the ‘‘5/4’’ position unless otherwise specified.
2. The constant/add mode selector and grand total set mode selector should be in the “•” position (off) unless otherwise specified.
4. If an error is made while entering a number, press
Bill No.
Number of bills
Amount
1
2
3
4
5
1
1
1
1
1
$100.55
$200.00
$200.00
$400.55
$500.65
” position unless otherwise specified.
3. The print/item count mode selector should be in the “
or
CONVERSION CALCULATION EXAMPLES
ITEM COUNT CALCULATION
CALCULATION EXAMPLES
and enter the correct number.
Total
(a)
EXAMPLE 1:
Set the conversion rate ($1 = ¥123.45).
123.45
∆
123•450 =
(b)
123.450
MIXED CALCULATION
ADDITION AND SUBTRACTION WITH ADD MODE
(240 + 180 + 180 – 75) × 8 =
12.45 + 16.24 + 19.35 – 5.21 =
EXAMPLE 2:
Operation
Display
240
240.
240• +
420.
180
75
Operation
Print
Display
1245
180• +
Print
12.45
28.69
1624
12•45 +
100.55
100.55
100•55 +
16•24 +
200
300.55
200•00 +
500.55
200•00 +
600.
180• +
1935
48.04
19•35 +
525.
75• –
521
42.83
5•21 –
400.55
901.10
400•55 +
42•83 ✱
500.65
1,401.75
500•65 +
525• ◊
005 • • • • • • • • • • • • •
(a)
1,401•75 ✱ (b)
42.83
525• ×
525.
8
*:
Convert $120 to yen ($1 = ¥123.45).
was not used in the entries.
120
120•
14,814• ∆
14,814.
EXAMPLE 3:
Set the conversion rate (1 meter = 39.3701
inches).
1,401.75
8• =
39.3701
4,200• ✱
∆
4,200.
39•370 =
GRAND TOTAL
CONSTANT
CORRECTION OF ERRORS
62.35 × 11.11 =
62.35 × 22.22 =
123 + 556 → 123 + 456
62.35
62.35
11.11
39.3701
100 + 200 + 300 =
+) 500 – 600 + 700 =
Grand total
EXAMPLE 4:
62•35 ×
123
123.
100
100.
100• +
11•11 =
556
0.
200
300.
200• +
579.
300
600.
300• +
692•71 ✱
456
123• +
456• +
22•22 =
1,385•42 ✱
22.22
500.•
100.–
•
500• +
600
700
600.•
700• +
500
11.11 ⴓ 77.77 =
22.22 ⴓ 77.77 =
1234567
600• –
001 • • • • • • • • • • • • •
1,234,567.
600• ✱+
123,456.
78
77•77 =
MEMORY
46 ×78 = ①
+) 125 ⴓ 5 = ②
–) 72 × 8 = ③
*
1,200• ✱✱
1,234,578.
1,200.
0•143✱
46
46.
78
22.22
22•22 =
125
0•286✱
5
TAX RATE CALCULATIONS
0.286
EXAMPLE 1:
PERCENT
ADD-ON AND DISCOUNT
100 × 25% =
A 5% add-on to 100.
100• ×
100
25• %
5
25
72
125.M
3,588• +M ①
125• ⴓ
5• =
25.M
25• +M ②
72.M
72• ×
8
8• =
576.M
576• –M ③
3,037• ◊M ④
5
100.
Set a 5% tax rate.
Calculate the tax on $800 and calculate the total
including tax.
46• ×
78• =
3,588.M
0.143
100
④
Total
600.•
12,345.
11•11ⴓ
77.77
12• ∆∆
12.
600.•
1234567 → 1234578
11.11
472•4412
600• ✱+
579.
1,385.42
11.11
472.4412
003 • • • • • • • • • • • • •
579• ✱
692.71
Convert 472.4412 inches to meters (1 meter =
39.3701 inches).
5.
3,037.M
100• ×
100.
• • • 5•000 %
5• %
5•00
25•00 ✱
*: Press
to clear the memory before starting a memory
calculation.
5.000
Increase
--------------------------------------------
25.00
105•00 ✱ New amount
800•
800
• • • 40•
105.00
840•
(123 ⴓ 1368) × 100 =
840.
A 10% discount on 100.
123
123• ⴓ
100
1,368• %
10
123.
1368
100• ×
100.
EXAMPLE 2:
–10• %
8•99 ✱
–10•00
Perform two calculations using $840 and $525,
both of which already include tax. Calculate the tax
on the total and the total without tax. (tax rate: 5%)
90•00 ✱
8.99
90.00
MARKUP AND MARGIN
Knowing
Operation
Mrgn
Sell, Cost
Cost
Sell
Mkup
Sell, Cost
Sell
Cost
Sell
Cost, Mrgn
Cost
Cost
Sell, Mrgn
Sell
Mrgn
Sell
Cost, Mkup
Cost
Mkup
Cost
Sell, Mkup
Sell
840• +
1,365.
525• +
• • • 65• –
1,300•
1,300.
Caution!
The socket outlet shall be installed near the equipment and
shall be easily accessible.
Ex.
Cost
Mrgn
840.
525
1,365• ✱
Markup and Profit Margin are both ways of calculating percent profit.
– Profit margin is percent profit vs. selling price.
– Markup is percent profit vs. cost.
– Cost is the cost.
– Sell is the selling price.
– GP is the gross profit.
– Mkup is the percent profit based on cost.
– Mrgn is the percent profit based on selling price.
To find
840
$200
Operation
Sell
$250
GP
$50
200
Mkup
25%
20
Mrgn
20%
Display
200.
Print
200• ⴓ
Cost
20• %M Mrgn
Mkup
250•00 ✱
Sell
50•00
GP
50.00
PERCENT CHANGE
• Calculate the dollar difference (a) and the percent change (b)
between two yearly sales figures $1,500 in one year and
$1,300 in the previous year.
1500
1,500.00
1,500•00 +
1300
200.00
1,300•00 –
200•00 ✱
(a)
15•38 %
(b)
15.38
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