Sharp ZQ-P20 Specifications

ELECTRONIC ORGANIZER
OPERATION MANUAL
MODEL
YO - P20HII
CONTENTS
Part Names .......................................................................................... 1
Using the Organizer for the First Time ............................................... 2
Entering Characters ............................................................................ 2
Clock Mode .......................................................................................... 3
Telephone Mode .................................................................................. 6
Schedule Mode ................................................................................... 7
To Do Mode ......................................................................................... 8
Memo Mode ......................................................................................... 8
Notes for storing and recalling entries ................................................ 9
Recalling entries .................................................................................. 9
Editing or deleting entries ................................................................. 10
Calculator Mode ................................................................................ 10
Currency/Unit Conversion Mode ....................................................... 11
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Game Mode ....................................................................................... 12
Word Translator Mode ....................................................................... 13
Spell Checker Mode .......................................................................... 14
Diet Function Mode ........................................................................... 14
Backlight function .............................................................................. 19
Memory Storage ................................................................................ 19
Managing the Organizer’s Memory ................................................... 20
Adjusting the LCD contrast ............................................................... 20
Secret Function ................................................................................. 20
Using the Included PC Software ....................................................... 22
Battery Replacement ......................................................................... 27
Specifications .................................................................................... 28
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NOTICE
• SHARP strongly recommends that separate permanent written records be kept of all important data. Data may be lost or altered in virtually any
electronic memory product under certain circumstances. Therefore, SHARP assumes no responsibility for data lost or otherwise rendered
unusable whether as a result of improper use, repairs, defects, battery replacement, use after the specified battery life has expired, or any other
cause.
• SHARP assumes no responsibility, directly or indirectly, for financial losses or claims from third persons resulting from the use of this product and
any of its functions, such as stolen credit card numbers, the loss of or alteration of stored data, etc.
• The information provided in this manual is subject to change without notice.
CAUTIONS
•
•
•
•
Do not carry the Organizer in the back pocket of slacks or trousers.
Do not drop the Organizer or apply excessive force to it.
Do not subject the Organizer to extreme temperatures.
Since this product is not waterproof, do not use it or store it where fluids can splash onto it. Raindrops, water spray, juice, coffee, steam,
perspiration, etc. will also cause malfunction.
• Clean only with a soft, dry cloth.
• Use only a SHARP approved service facility.
NOTE
• All company and/or product names are trademarks and/or registered trademarks of their respective manufactures.
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Part Names
Part Names
Key Assignments
: 2nd Function key
Stylus
Activates the second function specifically assigned to the next
key tapped.
Option port
S ABC ): English-Spanish word translator/Spell Checker
▲
▼
(E
mode key
Display
( DIET GAME ): Diet Function/Game mode key
RESET switch
(on the back of the unit)
( TEL ): Telephone mode key
Touch Keyboard section
Mode keys
( SCHEDULE ): Schedule mode key
ENTER key
Backlight key
Cursor keys
( MEMO ): Memo mode key
( TO DO ): To Do mode key
Search keys
( CLOCK ): Home Clock/World Clock mode key
Power ON/OFF key
( CALC/CONV ): Calculation/Conversion mode key
• In this manual, these Mode keys are represented with icons in
parentheses.
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1
Using the Organizer for the First Time
Entering Characters
R
Be sure to perform the following operations before using the Organizer
for the first time.
1. Remove the isolating film that is
affixed to the battery holder on the
back of the unit.
2. Press the RESET switch with a stylus.
“RESET?” is displayed.
3. Tap f and press x to initialize
the Organizer.
“RESET!” is displayed. You have now
cleared the memory contents.
The Select Language screen then appears.
Guidance messages can be displayed in 10
languages – English, Italian, German, French,
Spanish, Portuguese, Hungarian, Czech,
Polish, and Greek. After initializing the
Organizer, the default setting is English.
Select the desired language using > or
<, then press x.
Home clock is displayed. (See “Clock Mode”.)
• The key touch tone is turned on and off by tapping h MENU ,
select “KEY TONE?” using > or < , and press x.
Select “TONE ON” or “TONE OFF” using > or < , then press
x. When the tone is activated, “ ” will appear.
E
S
E
T
RESET
NOTES
• If the Organizer is subject to strong, extraneous electrical noises or
shocks during use, an abnormal condition may occur in which no
OFF
keys (including ON ) will respond. Press the RESET switch, tap
f , then press x to delete all the memory contents.
• To minimize battery consumption, the Organizer is designed to
automatically turn off when no key has been pressed for approximately 5 minutes.
Touch Keyboard
Alphabet entry mode
• Each time f is tapped, the touch keyboard switches between the
Alphabet entry mode and the Number entry mode.
To tap the touch keys, use the attached stylus.
• Tap towards the center of each key.
• Numbers, alphanumeric letters, symbols, and “+ – × ÷ .”
can be entered into the dot display area (the 1st line).
• Numbers and some characters (only space, –,
F, and P in Telephone mode) can be entered into the number display
area (the 2nd and the 3rd lines).
• Letters are entered in capital letters (“CAPS” is turned on). To enter
lowercase letters, tap CAPS to turn “CAPS” off.
Entering symbols and letters with an accent mark
• To enter a symbol, tap SMBL repeatedly until the desired symbol
appears:
@#$£¥
( )~’: / \_&<>ß!? ¡¿æµ¢,
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• To enter a letter with an accent mark, tap the relevant key shown
below repeatedly after tapping s.
(Key) (CAPS ON)
(CAPS OFF)
(Key) (CAPS ON)
(CAPS OFF)
Clock Mode
Home clock
Daylight saving time
set ( with “#”)
Home city (with “
”)
Day of the week
2nd
Date
Time
• Activate “CAPS” on to enter capitalized letters.
Making corrections
Move the cursor to the character to be corrected.
Enter the correct character to replace the previous one.
Cursor
The cursor (_) indicates the position for entering a character. Move the
cursor with the cursor keys (
).
Inserting characters
Each time INS is tapped, a space is inserted at the cursor position to
allow character entry.
Deleting characters
Tap DEL to delete the character at the cursor position.
Tap C•CE to clear all the characters you have entered and yet to be
stored.
CAPS
NYC
# SUN
1– 1–2006
A1 2 – 0 0 – 0 0
Each time CLOCK is tapped, the clock switches between the Home
clock and the World clock mode. (For World clock, “ ” is not
displayed.)
1. Before setting the clock
• The default setting for the date is “MM/DD/YYYY” (month-day-year).
To change the setting to “YYYY/MM/DD” (year-month-day) or “DD/
MM/YYYY” (day-month-year):
1. Tap
CLOCK
once or twice to display the Home clock (with “
”).
2. Tap MENU , select “DATE SET?” using k or m , and press
x.
3. Press > or < to select the desired type.
4. Press
ENTER
to store the new setting.
• To change the 12-hour clock to the 24-hour clock, tap Z (“A” or
“P” is cleared). Each time Z is tapped, the clock switches.
• For daylight saving time/summer time, tap DST in advance (“#” is
displayed on the left side of the day of the week).
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2. Setting the clock
1. Tap CLOCK once or twice to display the Home clock (with “
2. Tap f e to start setting.
The cursor starts to flash on the city name.
”).
3. Press > or < to select the desired city. (Refer to the list of
cities described below.)
• Enter the city name, if needed (6 characters or under). Only one
changed name for Home clock can be stored.
4. Tap
to move the cursor to the month.
5. Enter the month, the day, and the year (4 digits ).
• The built-in calendar extends from January 1st, 1901, to
December 31st, 2098.
6. Tap AM/PM to select “A” (morning) or “P” (afternoon) for the 12hour clock.
7. Enter the time (hours and minutes).
Note: P12-00: noon, A12-00: midnight
8. Press
ENTER
. The clock starts from “00” seconds.
Notes
• To enter a single-digit date or time, enter “0” and the digit (e.g.
“02”).
• If you enter an invalid date or time, “ERROR!” appears briefly. Enter
the correct date and time and press ENTER .
Display
City
Display
City
LON
LIS
PAR
BER
ROM
AMS
BCN
HEL
CAI
MOW
RUH
THR
DXB
KBL
KHI
DEL
DAC
RGN
BKK
BEI
HKG
SIN
LONDON
LISBON
PARIS
BERLIN
ROME
AMSTERDAM
BARCELONA
HELSINKI
CAIRO
MOSCOW
RIYADH
TEHRAN
DUBAI
KABUL
KARACHI
NEW DELHI
DHAKA
YANGON
BANGKOK
BEIJING
HONG KONG
SINGAPORE
TYO
ADL
SYD
GUM
NOU
WLG
AKL
TNG
MID
HNL
ANC
LAX
DEN
CHI
NYC
YYZ
CCS
RIO
MAT
–2H
AZO
TOKYO
ADELAIDE
SYDNEY
GUAM
NOUMEA
WELLINGTON
AUCKLAND
TONGA
MIDWAY
HONOLULU
ANCHORAGE
LOS ANGELES
DENVER
CHICAGO
NEW YORK
TORONTO
CARACAS
RIO DE JANEIRO
MID ATLANTIC
2hrs behind LON
AZORES ISLANDS
3. Using World clock
1. Tap CLOCK once or twice to display the World clock (without
“ ”).
2. Press > or < to select the desired city.
4. Changing the cities between Home and World
clocks
You can change the home city for a city in another time zone without
adjusting the stored correct time.
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1. Tap CLOCK once or twice to display the World clock (without
“ ”).
2. Press > or < and select the desired city to be set as the
new home city.
3. Tap f e to change the cities between Home and World
clocks.
• The previous home city is now set as the world city (without
“ ”).
4. Tap CLOCK to check the home city.
• The selected city in step 2 is set as the home city (with “
ALARM2, and ALARM3).
2. Hourly alarm ...... beeps every hour when minutes reach “00”, when
“ ” is turned on.
3. Schedule alarm .. beeps at the time for all the schedule entries (for 1
minute), when “
” is turned on. (Refer to
“Schedule Mode”.)
Tap any key to stop the alarm beeping.
Setting/Changing the daily alarm time
1. Tap
”).
5. Tap CLOCK to recheck the world city, and press > or < to
select the new world city, if needed.
CLOCK
once or twice to display Home clock (with “
”).
2. Tap to display the ALARM1 screen.
• Press > or < to display ALARM2 or ALARM3.
5. Setting daylight saving time (DST: summer time)
3. Tap
or
to display the screen is turned on the daily alarm, if
the daily alarm time is not displayed.
(The display differs between the 12-hour and 24-hour clock.)
1. Tap
4. Tap f e.
CLOCK
once or twice to display the Home or the World clock.
2. Tap DST .
“#” is displayed. The time is set 1 hour ahead. To clear DST, tap
DST to clear “#”. The time is set 1 hour behind.
Notes
• DST can be set independently in either Home or World clock.
• When DST is set for one world city, it is used for all cities displayed
in World clock.
6. Setting alarms
The Organizer has 3 types of alarms:
1. Daily alarm ........ beeps every day at the alarm time (for 1 minute),
when “ ” is turned on.
Up to three daily alarms can be set (ALARM1,
5. Enter the time.
6. Press ENTER .
• The daily alarm time is set.
Turning the alarms on and off
An alarm sounds only when the respective symbol ( , , or
)
is turned on.
Display Home clock (tap CLOCK once or twice) and tap to display
the daily alarm screen.
Each time you tap while the daily alarm screen is displayed, the
combination of symbols switches.
Note
• Alarms sound even when the Organizer is turned off.
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Turning the each daily alarm on and off
1. Display Home clock and tap .
2. Press > or < to display the daily alarm screen.
3. Each time you tap
or , the daily alarm you selected turns on or
off (e.g. daily alarm1).
ALARM on
ALARM off
Note
• The daily alarm which is turned off does not beep even though the
“ ” is displayed.
Telephone Mode
Telephone mode has two directories for storing data. Tap TEL to
toggle between “1” and “2” on the display.
Use these files for convenience, e.g. business and private files.
A telephone entry consists of name, address, E-mail address, web
address (URL) and number fields.
Storing telephone entries
1. Tap TEL once or twice to display the
Telephone mode screen.
2. Enter name, e.g. SMITH
and tap .
SPACE
3. Enter address, e.g. f 18
tap .
f EAST
4. Enter E-mail address, e.g. SROB SMBL
l (to enter “ @ ”) SHARPSEC.COM, and
tap .
• The E-mail address is automatically
entered in lowercase letters.
• To enter “ @ ”, simply tap @ instead of
5. Enter web address (URL), e.g.
WWW.SHARPUSA.COM, and tap
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SPACE
ROAD, and
E-mail
1
h a r p s e c . c om –
SMBL
.
.
6. Enter phone number, and fax number if
needed, e.g.
012-3456-7890 f
F SPACE SPACE SPACE 3456-7891,
and press ENTER .
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ROBERT,
SPACE
6
1
NAME ?
2nd
1
CAPS
NUMBER ?
2–3456–7890
3456–7891–
• “STORED!” appears briefly, then the Telephone mode screen is
displayed. The telephone entry is now stored.
Field
Number of
characters
The 1st line:
Name,
E-mail address,
web address (URL)
36 characters or
under
address
The 2nd and the
3rd lines:
Phone number
Allowable characters
Alphabetic letters, numbers,
symbols, “+ – × ÷ .”, space
Schedule mode is used for storing schedule details (36 characters or
under), date and time (year, month, day, hour, and minute).
In the 1st line the same characters are allowable as in Telephone
mode.
1. Storing schedule entries
72 characters or
under
36 characters or
under
Schedule Mode
Numbers, space, –,
F (Fax),
P (Pager)
Notes
• The symbol “NAME”, “ADDRESS”, “E-mail”, or “URL” is turned on
while entering in each field.
• To skip entry of an address, E-mail address, web address (URL), or
number, tap when “ADDRESS?”, “E-MAIL?”, “URL?”, or
“NUMBER?” is displayed. However, entry must be made at the
"NAME?" field.
1. Tap
to display the Schedule
mode screen.
2. Enter the details and tap
SCHEDULE?
.
3. Enter the date and time.
• The types of date and time are the same as the types set for the
clock.
• To enter a single-digit date or time, enter “0” and the digit (e.g.
“O2”).
4. Press ENTER to store in the memory.
Notes
• Schedules for the following dates can be stored: January 1901 to
December 2098.
• If an attempt is made to store an entry without a date or time, or
with an invalid date or time, “ERROR!” appears briefly. Enter the
correct date and time and press ENTER .
2. Alarm for Schedule mode
When the schedule alarm (“
”) is turned on, it is set for all the
schedule entries. Beeping sounds for 1 minute when the time for a
schedule entry is reached. Tap any key to stop the alarm. The schedule
alarm cannot be set for an individual entry.
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To Do Mode
Memo Mode
In the To Do mode, you can store your important To Do items with a
priority index.
Storing To Do entries
1. Tap TO DO to enter the To Do mode.
2. Enter the description and tap
.
Storing memo entries
3. Select the Priority number from 1(High) to 9(Low) enter the
number, then tap .
4. Enter the date and time.
• The types of date and time are the same as the types set for the
clock.
• To enter a single-digit date or time, enter “0” and the digit (e.g.
“O2”).
5. Press
ENTER
Notes or other information irrelevant to the Telephone mode or the
Schedule mode can be entered conveniently in this Memo mode.
In the 1st line the same characters are allowable as in Telephone
mode. In the 2nd and the 3rd lines you can enter numbers, –, and
space. (36 characters or under can be entered in each line.)
to store in the memory.
DONE Completed Items
1. Tap
screen.
to display the Memo mode
2. Enter the memo item and numbers.
E.g. UNION SPACE
BANK
01
272-0011223
3. Press
ENTER
to store in the memory.
1. Tap TO DO to enter the To Do mode.
2. Press < or > to select the To Do items.
3. Tap e
to enter the status field.
4. Tap to select “D” (Done), then press
• “P” stands for “pending”.
ENTER
.
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CAPS
MEMO?
2nd
CAPS
UN I ON BANK
01
272–0011223–
Notes for storing and recalling entries
• When the memory is full, “MEMORY FULL!” appears briefly, and the
entry cannot be stored.
• When the symbol “ ” or “ ” appears, more information exists. Tap
or to switch the display.
Checking details of entries in Telephone mode
• To display each field on the 1st line, follow the symbol “ ” or “ ”
and tap or . (The symbol above the 1st line shows each field.)
• Tap and hold
to start the auto scroll on the 1st line. Tap again
to stop or restart the scroll. Tap C•CE to quit the auto scroll.
Recalling entries – Telephone, Schedule, To Do, Memo –
Tap the desired mode key first.
< : Recalls entries in forward order
> : Recalls entries in reverse order
Sorting order
• Telephone and memo entries are stored by the first character of the
person’s name or memo item in the following order (case sensitive):
• “Ch” and “ch” are available in Czech language mode only.
• Schedule entries are stored by date and time.
• To Do entries are stored in the following order : STATUS, PRIORITY,
and DATE.
Note
• When there is no (further or relevant) entry to be recalled, “NOT
FOUND!” appears briefly, and the display returns to the mode
screen.
• Greek characters are sorted as follows:
Sequential search
Press < or > in each mode.
Direct search
• Enter the first characters (12 characters or under) of the person’s
name, schedule details, To Do item or memo item, and press <
or >.
Press < or > then, to continue performing a direct search.
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Editing or deleting entries
Editing
1. Recall the entry to be edited.
2. Tap
. The cursor starts to flash.
EDIT
3. Tap ,
edited.
,
, or
to move the cursor to the position to be
4. Enter, insert, or delete characters (refer to “Entering Characters”).
• To cancel editing, tap C•CE .
5. Press ENTER several times (until “STORED!” appears briefly) to
finish editing and to store the entry.
Deleting
1. Recall the entry to be deleted.
2. Tap
DEL
.
• “DELETE?” is displayed.
• To cancel the deletion operation, tap f.
3. Press
ENTER
to delete the entry.
Calculator Mode
The Organizer can calculate numbers of up
to 10 digits. Tap CALC/CONV several times
to display the Calculator mode screen
(Calculator → Currency conversion → Unit
conversion → Calculator...).
10
0.
Calculation
Be sure to tap C•CE , C•CE , and CM to clear the display and
memory before performing a calculation.
Note
• When , , , or is tapped, the respective symbol, +, –, ×, or ÷
is displayed. (In the examples in this manual, these symbols are not
described.)
If an error occurs
If the calculation result or the integer section in the numerical value in
the memory exceeds 10 digits or if a number is divided by zero (0), an
error occurs (“ERROR” is displayed).
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Calculation examples
Example
Operation
(–24+2)÷4=–5.5
24
C•CE
34+57=91
34
45+57=102
45
68×25=1700
68
Currency/Unit Conversion Mode
Display
2
–5.5
4
91.
57
102.
(The addend becomes a constant.)
68×40=2720
25
1700.
40
2720.
(The multiplicand becomes a constant.)
20.
10 %
1. Setting a currency rate
1. Tap CALC/CONV several times to display
the currency conversion mode screen
(refer to “Calculator mode”).
Example: 1 CAD (Canada dollars)
= 0.66 USD (US dollars)
200
9÷36=25%
9
200+(200×10%)=220
200
10 %
500–(500×20%)=400
500
20 %
46=(43)2=4096
4
4096.
3. Press
1/8=0.125
8
0.125
4. Enter the rate (up to 10 digits).
25.
220.
400.
25
5 M+
M
–) 84÷3=28
84
3 M–
M
28.
+) 68+17=85
68
17 M+
M
85.
RM
M
182.
25×5=125
CM
182
앀앙앙
25–9=4
25
1234567890×145
1234567890
9
앀앙
125.
4.
145
=179012344050
ERROR
17.90123440
17.90123440
C•CE
(17.90123440×1010=179012344000)
CAPS
0.
2. Press < < < to change the display and tap f e.
The initial character of “CAD” starts to flash.
200×10%=20
36 %
2nd
EURO – – USD
• You can change each currency name by entering characters (up to
4 in each) and using , if needed.
ENTER
. “0” starts to flash.
0.66
5. Press
ENTER
to store in the memory.
2nd
CAD
CAPS
– – USD
0.6 6
2. Converting currency/unit
You need to set the conversion rate before making the currency
conversion.
Example: Convert 500 CAD into USD using the rate that you have set.
1. Display the screen: “CAD → USD”.
2. Enter the value to be converted.
500
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2nd
CAPS
3. Tap to convert CAD into USD.
CAD – – USD
• To convert in reverse order (e.g. 200
USD into CAD), enter 200 and tap .
3 3 0.
• You can use the unit conversion in the
same manner. You cannot change the units or the rates for units.
• The conversion result may have a slight error as a result of
rounding off the number (e.g. up to 2 decimal places for currency
conversions). Use the conversion result for reference.
Game Mode
Tap GAME several times to display the Game mode screen and the
Diet Function mode screen (Diet Function → BLACKJACK → ALPHA
ATTACK → Diet Function → ...).
BLACKJACK (Twenty-one)
Make your “hand” (the total of the numbers on the cards) as close to
21, without going over 21.
1. Tap GAME once, twice, or three times to
display the “BLACK JACK” screen.
2nd
4. Tap SPACE to see your hand.
Each time SPACE is tapped, a new
card is dealt.
• “J”, “Q”, and “K” are counted as 10.
• “A” can be counted as 1 or 11.
• When the first 2 cards are “A” and a
face card (“J”, “Q”, or “K”), your hand
is “BLACKJACK”.
Your chips
2. Press ENTER to start a game. The left 2 cards are dealt for you.
(One card is faced up and the other is faced down.)
3. Agree the left-displayed maximum bet (up to 10) or enter fewer bet.
CAPS
4
10
20
Your bet Your chips
The dealer’s
Your total
total
5. Press ENTER to stop being dealt and
2nd
CAPS
hold your hand. The dealer’s hand and
J28
3 2K4
the results are displayed.
20
19
• When you win, your total flashes and
20
20
your bet is doubled.
Your bet Your chips
• When you win with “BLACKJACK”,
your bet is tripled.
6. Press ENTER and display the Game mode screen.
• When you have no more chips to bet, the game is over.
• To quit the game, tap any mode key. Your chips are stored for the
next time.
• To return your chips to 30, tap f DEL and press ENTER on
the Game mode screen.
ALPHA ATTACK
Type in characters (A to Z) displayed on the 1st line to clear them. 20
levels of speed are available.
1. Tap GAME once, twice, or three times to
display the “ALPHA ATTACK” screen.
2. Enter the level number (2 digits from 01
to 20).
• 01: slow, 20: fast
12
12
2nd
J28
CAPS
B L ACK J ACK
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A L PHA A T T ACK
01
Level
3. Press
ENTER
to start a game.
CAPS
4. Tap the same key as the first character at
EYK W
the left end of the 1st line. (In this case,
tap keys in the order: E → Y → K → W.)
01
• Pressing the correct key in the correct
order deletes the character.
• When 12 characters are displayed in each level, the game
continues in the faster level (up to 20).
• When no more characters can be displayed, the game is over. The
Game mode screen with the level when the game is over is
displayed.
Word Translator Mode
The Organizer offers an English-Spanish bi-directional word translation
function. Each time
is tapped, the mode switches between the
Word Translator mode and the Spell Checker mode.
1. Tap
once or twice to enter the English → Spanish
to switch to the Spanish → English
translation mode; tap
mode.
ENG – – SPA
2. Enter the desired source word and press ENTER .
“English…” or “Spanish…” is displayed while conducting search.
The matching English or Spanish word will then be displayed.
• When the symbol “ ” appears on, more letters exist. To view
remaining letters of long words that cannot be accommodated on
the screen, use
to scroll right.
• If there is no matching word, “NOT FOUND!” is displayed. The
word next in alphabetical order will then be displayed.
• Press < or > to scroll through word list, or edit entry
using the keyboard, and press ENTER for another search.
• Tap or
to return to the source word.
Caution
• Spanish words stored in this device are those of Spain.
• Only the masculine form of the noun will be displayed for nouns
with both masculine and feminine forms.
• Sometimes, two identical words will appear in the word list.
• Enter European characters and spaces correctly. Otherwise, the
unit may not be able to complete the search.
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Spell Checker Mode
The Spell Checker Mode can be helpful when the exact spelling of a
query word is not known. Each time ABC is tapped, the mode
switches between the Spell Checker mode and the Word Translator
mode.
Searching a word with ambiguous spelling
1. Tap ABC once or twice to enter the Spell
Checker Mode.
SPEL L :
2. To check spelling, enter the word and tap
pe rs ona l
ENTER to start checking. Maximum
length of the entry word is 36 characters.
• If the word is correctly spelled, a
message “CORRECT!” appears briefly, then returns the word
display screen.
• If the spelling of the entry word is found incorrect, then a
number of related words appears; use k or m to browse the
words. If the installed Spell Checker is unable to find any related
word, then “0” appears, followed by the initial entry screen.
• The Spell Checker Mode looks for a match of a given word
against the installed database containing approximately 10000
words.
• Variants of a given word, or the root of a given variant, may not
always be specifically suggested.
Diet Function Mode
The Diet Function can organize your daily calories burned by walking,
as well as managing your daily caloric intake. You can also calculate
your body-mass index (BMI), a guide to your health in terms of
obesity, by entering your height and weight. Tap DIET several times
to display the Diet Function mode screen and the Game mode screen
(Diet Function → BLACKJACK → ALPHA ATTACK → Diet Function
...).
PEDOME T ER
The Diet Function calculates the estimated calories burned by using
the built-in pedometer, and compares the value with the entered
target value. * The consumption by basal metabolism is not
counted as part of this calculation.
Food items can be selected from the Food Database, or programmed
as desired. Have the Organizer compare the value with the entered
target intake value.
* Basal metabolism is the energy required to maintain your body’s
vital functions such as breathing, your heart beating, and
maintaining your body temperature.
• Follow the guidance of your physician when using this unit to
organize your diet.
• Prior to using this function, you will need to measure your stride
length, weight and height.
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Measuring your stride length
In order for the Diet function to work properly, you must first
measure your stride length.
Note:
• A “stride length” in this manual refers to the distance from the tip
of your toe on one foot to the tip of your toe on the other when
taking a step.
1. Walk 10 normal steps, as shown in the illustration.
2. Measure the distance you have traveled.
3. Divide the distance by 10. Record the result as your stride length.
Example:
Distance traveled = 320 inches
Stride length = 320 ÷ 10 = 32 inches
User Profile Mode
Enter information such as your previously measured stride length
and weight.
1. Tap DIET once, twice, or three times to enter the Diet Function
Mode.
2. Select “USER PROFILE” using k or m, and press ENTER .
Note:
• When using the Diet Function Mode for the first time, or after the
Organizer has been reset, you will automatically be guided to the
User Profile Mode.
2nd
3. Fill the STRIDE entry field with your
S TR I DE i n c h
stride length value obtained from the
above method, and tap m.
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4. Enter your body weight value in the
WEIGHT field, and tap m.
5. Enter the target calorie value for your daily intake (I.T.CAL), and
tap m.
6. Enter the target carbohydrate value for your daily intake
(I.T.CARBS.), and tap m.
7. Enter the target calorie value of your daily consumption (C.T.CAL),
then press ENTER to store the setting.
Note:
• It is recommended that you refer to the appropriate documentation,
or consult your physician before setting all target values such as
your Daily caloric intake.
• Units such as LENGTH and WEIGHT can be changed in the MENU
mode.
Select “UNIT” in the MENU mode, then press ENTER . Use k m to
select “LENGTH” or “WEIGHT”, then select a desired UNIT (inch/
cm, lb/kg) using < or >.
Positioning the unit
Close the cover, and insert the unit into the carrying case as shown
in the illustration, then make sure that the top flap is fastened.
Cover
Clip
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Secure the carrying case clip to your belt or to the top of your shorts
or pants.
The unit must be attached in a vertical position to the ground in order
to count steps correctly.
• Make sure that the holder’s clip is secured firmly in place. If worn
improperly, the unit may be detached or may result in incorrect
measurements.
• The belt clip is designed to hold the unit while walking. The clip
may not hold the unit or may break if it is exposed to a high-impact
condition such as running, or playing basketball.
The unit may not count steps correctly if you:
• Walk at an irregular pace, or in a crowded place.
• Shuffle legs excessively.
• Wear sandals when walking.
• Vary your movement (play sports, for example).
• Move up/down excessively.
• Are in a vehicle with vertical and horizontal motions.
• Attach the unit improperly (tilted, for example).
Pedometer Mode
Set the pedometer to ON/OFF. To count steps, set it to ON.
Tap CLOCK , tap MENU , and select “PED.SET” in the MENU mode,
then press ENTER , use k or m to select “ON”, then press ENTER
and start walking. To turn off the pedometer, select “OFF”.
Viewing the step count and calorie values
1. Tap the DIET once, twice, or three times to enter the Diet Function
Mode.
2. Select “PEDOMETER” using k or m,
CA LOR I E K c a l
and press ENTER twice to display the
8 0.2 1 3
interim report of calories burned and
3–21–2006
total step count.
Use k or m to switch the two displays.
Tap C•CE to return to the previous screen.
• Step count of the day will be registered automatically when the
time is at “11:59:59PM”.
• This unit calculates the calorie consumption with the following
formula*:
Calorie consumption [Kcal] = (step × stride [inch] × 2.54 × 0.001
+ 3.5) × weight [lb] × 0.45359237 × 0.005
• The calculation runs once every minute to accumulate values.
* Based on “ACSM’s Guidelines for Exercise Testing and
Prescription”, © American College of Sports Medicine, 2000.
Published by Lippincott Williams & Wilkins, 2000.
Notes:
• Check the memory on a regular basis.
• When the memory is full, an alert message is displayed, and the
pedometer will not record your data. You will need to delete
unnecessary data, or invoke the Memory management. To clear the
alert display, press ENTER .
• Under the low battery condition, step count function of the
pedometer, and the calorie calculation may not be available.
• The displayed calorie value is rounded off to three decimal places.
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Consumption Mode
The daily calorie consumption and step count for the day can be
viewed.
1. Tap DIET once, twice, or three times to enter the Diet Function
Mode.
2. Select “CONSUMPTION” using k or m, and press ENTER .
3. Use < and > to select a day you wish to display. To display
step count and calorie consumption, use k or m.
• If no data is stored, a message “NOT FOUND!” is displayed.
4. Use k and m to select the entry field
for each AMOUNT and the DATE of the
intake to enter values.
You can adjust the portion size by
entering any decimal in the AMOUNT field.
Example: 1 = 100g
0.5 = 50g
0.25 = 25g
5. Press ENTER to write the entry.
• Tap C•CE to return to the initial display.
Food Database Mode
Adding items to the Database
Download the Food Database. (see page 25.)
The Food database contains caloric values and total carbohydrate
values of 800 foods (200 in the Basic Food Database and 600 in the
Additional Food Database subdivided into 22 food groups). You can
add to or edit the database, and these changes can be exchanged to/
from the PC as an export/import item.
1. Tap DIET once, twice, or three times to enter the Diet Function
Mode.
2. Select “FOODDATABASE” using k or m, and press ENTER .
3. Enter a desired food name of up to 72 characters.
4. Use m to jump the field to the next, then enter calories and total
carbohydrate value, followed by ENTER .
• Tap C•CE to return to the initial screen.
Intake Mode
AMOUNT
3–25–2006
1.
Searching and Editing
Enter your daily food intake by selecting items from the FOOD
DATABASE. Download the Food Database. (see page 25.)
1. Tap DIET once, twice, or three times to enter the Diet Function
Mode.
2. Select “INTAKE” using k or m, and press ENTER .
3. Tap EDIT , then use < and > to select a desired food in
the selection field.
You can enter the first few letters of the desired food name, then
browse the items using < or >.
When no match is found, then a message "NOT FOUND!" is
displayed.
1. Tap DIET once, twice, or three times to enter the Diet Function
Mode.
2. Select “FOODDATABASE” using k or m, and press ENTER .
3. Press < or > to select a desired food name.
• You can enter the first few letters of the desired food name, then
browse the items using < or >. When no match is
found, then a message “NOT FOUND!” is displayed.
4. Use k or m to display the calorie value
CA LOR I E K c a l
and other information.
• Tap C•CE to return to the initial
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5. To edit the selected item, tap EDIT . Move between the entry fields
using k or m as you enter food names, calorie, and other values.
6. Press ENTER to register the entries.
Note:
• The displayed calorie value is rounded off to three decimal places.
Report Mode
The intake/consumption report for a specified period can be viewed.
1. Tap DIET once, twice, or three times to enter the Diet Function
Mode.
2. Select “REPORT” using k or m, and press ENTER .
3. Press ENTER , and use k or m to select “INTAKEREPORT” or
“CONSUMPTION”.
4. Press ENTER , and input values for
– REPOR T –
START DATE and END DATE, followed
F03–20–2006
by ENTER .
E0 3 – 2 0 – 2 0 0 6
5. A report is displayed.
• INTAKEREPORT : Use k and m to switch between the total
calorie display and total carbohydrate display.
• CONSUMPTION : The total calorie consumption value is
displayed.
CARB S . g
2 0 0 0.
2 0 0.
BMI Calculation Mode
You can calculate your body-mass index (BMI), a guide to your
health in terms of obesity, by entering your height and weight.
1. Tap the DIET once, twice, or three times to enter the Diet Function
Mode.
2. Select “BMI” using k or m, and press ENTER .
3. Enter your body weight value in the WEIGHT field, and tap m.
4. Enter your height value in the HEIGHT field.
5. Press ENTER to display your BMI. (Rounded off to one decimal
place.)
Press ENTER to return to the Diet Function mode.
Notes:
• The units for weight and height are the same as those set in the
MENU mode.
• Weight and height can be entered to one decimal place. To correct
values, tap C•CE .
• Refer to other sources to evaluate the obtained BMI.
• This unit calculates the BMI with the following formula:
BMI = (Weight / Height 2 ) × 703 (for the English unit: pound & inch)
The icon is displayed when a result
exceeds the target value.
The present carbohydrate
A comparison against the day’s target
(more/less) is indicated.
Note:
• The displayed calorie value is rounded off to three decimal places.
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Backlight function
The Backlight allows you to view the display and use the Organizer
even in low-light conditions. Pressing z once illuminates the
display for as long as you continue to use the Organizer, or until no
key is pressed for 10 seconds.
• To turn the Backlight off, press z again.
• The Backlight may remain on for less than the preset interval or
it may not function if the battery level is low.
• The Backlight does not function in the PC Link mode.
Do not use the Backlight unnecessarily
• Since the Backlight drains power from the backlight battery,
excessive use of the Backlight will significantly reduce the life of
your battery.
Memory Storage
1. Checking memory storage
1. Tap TEL ,
, TO DO or
to display “NAME?”,
“SCHEDULE?”, “TO DO?” or “MEMO?”.
2. Tap f MENU , select “MEMORY
CHECK” using k or m , and press
x. The number of remaining bytes is
displayed briefly.
2nd
CAPS
CAPA C I T Y
%
99
2. Deleting all the memory contents
Perform steps 2 and 3 as described in the section, “Using the
Organizer for the First Time”.
• To cancel the deletion operation, press any key EXCEPT FOR f
x in step 3.
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Managing the Organizer’s Memory
Use the memory management function to utilize the Organizer's
memory more efficiently.
Note:
• Before performing memory management, back up your data.
• While the memory management is in progress, do not press the
RESET switch. Doing so may result in losing all the data stored in
the Organizer.
1. Tap TEL ,
,
or TO DO to display “NAME?”,
“SCHEDULE?”, “TO DO?” or “MEMO?”.
2. Tap f
MENU ,
select “MANAGE MEM.” using k or m.
3. When x is tapped, a message “PERFORM...” appears to
indicate that the memory management is in progress.
When done, the display will return to the initial screen.
Note:
• By performing memory management, the amount of reusable
memory (indicated in “MEMORY CHECK” under [MENU]) will be
utilized.
Adjusting the LCD contrast
1. Tap CLOCK once or twice to display Home clock (with “
2. Press > or < to adjust the LCD contrast.
Secret Function
1. Registering a password
A Secret function is valid for Telephone, Schedule, To Do, and Memo
modes.
Up to 6 characters can be registered as the password.
If the password is forgotten, you cannot delete the password only. You
have to delete all the memory contents. (Perform steps 2 and 3 as
described in the section, “Using the Organizer for the First Time”.) As a
safeguard, make a written record of the password.
Registering a password
1. Tap CLOCK once or twice to display Home clock (with “ ”).
2. Tap .
3. Enter a password (case sensitive), e.g.
f ABC and press ENTER .
• “RECONFIRM !” is displayed.
• If “ERROR !” appears briefly, the password has already been
registered.
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4. Enter the same password once more for verification and press
ENTER .
• The display returns to the Home clock.
The secret function turns on automatically.
• If you enter the wrong password, “ERROR !” appears briefly and
display returns to the Home clock. Follow the above steps again
to register a password.
2. Turning Secret function off
When the Secret function is on, it is necessary to turn off to perform
the Telephone, Schedule, To Do, and Memo modes.
1. Tap TEL ,
, TO DO or
.
• “PASSWORD?” is displayed.
2. Enter the password and press ENTER .
• If you enter an incorrect password, “ERROR!” appears briefly.
Follow the above steps and enter the correct password.
• Secret function will be automatically turned on after the power is
turned off manually or automatically.
• The password is changed and display returns to the Home clock.
The secret function turns on automatically.
• If you enter the wrong password, “ERROR !” appears briefly and
display returns to the Home clock. Follow the above steps again
to change the password.
4. Deleting the password
1. Tap on the Home clock (with “ ”).
2. Enter the password and press ENTER .
• “EDIT PASS.?” is displayed.
3. Press ENTER .
• The password is displayed.
4. Tap C•CE .
• “DEL PASS.?” is displayed.
5. Press ENTER to delete the password.
3. Changing the password
1. Tap on the Home clock (with “ ”).
2. Enter the password and press ENTER .
• “EDIT PASS.?” is displayed.
3. Press ENTER .
• The initial character of the password starts to flash.
4. Modify the password and press ENTER .
• “RECONFIRM !” is displayed.
5. Enter the same password once more for verification and press
ENTER .
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Using the Included PC Software
The CD-ROM contains software to enable exchange of data with a
PC.
The software consists of:
Synchronization Software:
Can be used to synchronize Microsoft® Outlook® data, such as
Contacts, Calendar, Tasks, and Notes, with the Organizer.
Desktop Utilities:
Can be used to backup/restore data in the Organizer and export/
import data to different file formats.
Minimum System Requirements:
• IBM PC or 100% compatible
• Microsoft® Windows® 98/98SE/2000 Professional/Me/XP Home/XP
Professional
• Pentium®300MHz or higher
• 50MB free hard disk space
• 64MB RAM for Microsoft® Windows® 98/98SE/2000 Professional/
Me
• 128MB RAM for Microsoft® Windows® XP Home/XP Professional
• One available 9-pin serial port
• CD-ROM drive
• Mouse or compatible pointing device
Additional System Requirements:
Limitations when using with Windows® XP/2000
®
Windows XP
• Log onto your PC with administrator privileges; the software may
not be installed properly otherwise. Upon using the software, you
will need to log on as an administrator. If you are logged in as a
non-administrative account, then you must first log off to log
into an administrator's account.
Windows® 2000
• When installing as well as using the software, you will need to
log on as an administrator. If necessary, you may need to contact
the administrator of the PC in a work environment.
Connecting the Organizer to Your PC
1. Turn off your PC and the Organizer.
2. Connect the standard 9-pin connector of the PC-Link cable to the
PC’s serial port.
• Using a 25-pin connector will require an additional adapter.
(Commercially available)
3. Connect the other end of the PC-Link cable to the Organizer’s
option port.
4. Turn on the PC and the Organizer.
• Microsoft® Outlook® 98/2000/2002/2003 must be installed to
utilize the Synchronization Software between the Organizer and
your PC.
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Serial Port Setup
Installing
Precautions:
• Prior to installing the Synchronization Software, make sure that
Microsoft® Outlook® is installed and set up. If not, install and set
up the Outlook® first, then install the Synchronization Software.
1. Insert the PC software CD-ROM into your CD-ROM drive.
Installation process should automatically start.
If the PC software screen does not appear, double-click “My
Computer” to locate the CD-ROM drive directory, then double-click
to launch “installer.exe” found on the CD-ROM.
2. Click the “Install” button.
3. Follow the installation instructions that appear on the screen.
4. When the installation is complete, click the "Finish" button to finish
the installation process.
Note:
• For Windows2000® Professional and Windows® XP, install/
uninstall programs after logging on as an Administrator.
The serial port setting dialog box appears
after you have finished software
installation.
Click “Auto Detect...” to allow the Synchronization to automatically
detect the appropriate serial port. Make sure that the unit is
physically connected with the PC first, then click this button.
If the desired serial port is not found, manually select the serial
port from the drop-down list.
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Synchronization Software
The Conflict Resolution Tab
After the Serial Port Setup is
complete, the Settings
window will appear.
To bring up the Settings
window manually, right-click
on the Synchronization icon
on the Windows® system
tray, then select "Settings..."
in the menu.
General tab
This tab allows you to select the application that you want to
synchronize with the PC.
• Click on the checkbox for each application to enable synchronization.
• Use the "Option" button, or double-click the desired settings
row to configure the communication method.
• Click the "Default" button to reset the Options settings.
Synchronization action:
: Merges the data between the PC and the unit.
: PC overwrites the data of the unit.
The Synchronization software’s Conflict Resolution tab allows you
to select the way data conflicts are resolved when data modifications are made and the “Synchronize” option is selected on the
General tab.
• Add all conflicting items: Each modification on both the unit and
the PC is reflected and saved respectively after synchronization.
• Unit overwrites PC data: The PC data will be overwritten. The
modifications made on the unit are reflected on the PC after
synchronization.
• PC overwrites unit data: The unit data will be overwritten. The
modifications made on the PC are reflected on the unit after
synchronization.
The PIM Tab
The PIM tab allows you to configure the download settings of the
PIM data.
• Use Outlook HOME ‘Address’: Downloads or synchronizes only
data of HOME addresses.
• Use Outlook WORK ‘Address’: Downloads or synchronizes only
data of WORK addresses.
• Today forward: Downloads or synchronizes only data of today
and forward.
• All: Downloads or synchronizes all schedule data.
: The unit overwrites the PC data.
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The Connection tab
Export/Import
This tab allows you to change settings for the serial port.
• Serial port : Specify the serial port to connect the unit to the PC.
• Auto Detect : Click to allow the PC to detect the appropriate
serial port.
The Export/Import menu of the Desktop Utilities allows you to import
data created by each PC application to the unit, or export data out of
the unit.
• Export: Select the desired item (application data, Food Database,
Consumption Record, or Intake Record), then click “Export...”
and enter the desired filename to which you wish to export data.
• Import: Select the desired application name, then click
“Import...” and enter the desired filename from which you wish
to import data.
Desktop Utilities
Launch "Desktop Utilities" from the
Start menu, or right-click on the
Synchronization icon on the
Windows® system tray, then select
"Desktop Utilities..." in the menu.
Utilize the Desktop Utilities via the
following graphic interface:
To import the Food Database:
1. Select “Food Database”.
2. Click the “Select Database” button to display the Import Food
Database screen.
Backup/Restore
The Backup/Restore menu of the
Desktop Utilities allows you to make
a backup file of the unit data, or to
restore it back to the internal
memory of the unit. Be noted that the setup parameters won't be
backed up.
• Backup: Select “Backup...” from button, then enter the desired
name of the file to be backed up.
• Restore: Select “Restore...” from button, then select the desired
name of the file to be restored.
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3. Select the desired food group name from the Food Database.
Import the Basic Food Database first.
Then import desired food groups one by one from the Additional
Food Database.
• Click “View” to display a list of the food names in the group.
After viewing, click “OK” to close the screen.
2. When the Install Shield program screen appears, select “Remove”,
then click “Next”.
3. For the verification prompt, click on the “OK” button.
4. When the un-installation procedure is complete, click the “Finish”
button to finish.
4. Click “Import” to start importing.
To add or modify the Food Database, follow the steps below.
1. Create a CSV formatted file containing only food names to be
added or modified.
Refer to the \DATABASE\∗.CSV files on the bundled CD-ROM.
2. Import the newly created file from your PC to the unit.
• Since the data on the unit cannot be overwritten, import only the
data to be added or modified.
• Importing the entire list will result in overlapping of all data.
Notes:
• The food list contained in the CD-ROM is based on the Food
Database Release 17 (Abbreviated Version) issued by the United
States Department of Agriculture. The (”) symbol within some
items may have been modified.
• The indicated caloric/nutrient value in the Food Database is the
amount per 100 grams edible portion of food.
• All companies and/or product names are trademarks and/or
registered trademarks of their respective holders.
Un-installing the PC software
Prior to uninstalling the PC software, quit all programs.
1. Within the Control Panel, launch “Add or Remove Programs”. In the
list of installed software, select the PC software, then click the
“Change/Remove...” button.
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When the “LOW BATTERY” Symbol Appears
Battery Replacement
Batteries used
Type
Lithium battery
Model
Quantity
CR2032
2
Use
Unit operation
and backlighting
• Be sure to write down any important information stored in the
memory before replacing the batteries.
Precautions
Since improper use of the batteries may cause leakage or
explosion, strictly observe the following instructions:
• If fluid from a leaking battery accidentally gets into your eyes, it
may result in serious injury. Should this occur, flush your eyes
with clean water and consult a physician immediately.
• Should fluid from a leaking battery come into contact with your
skin or clothes, immediately wash with clean water.
• If the Organizer will not be used for an extended period of time,
to avoid damaging the Organizer remove batteries and store in a
safe place.
• Do not leave exhausted batteries inside the Organizer.
• Do not use different types of batteries or partially used
batteries.
• Insert the battery with its positive side (+) correctly oriented.
• Never throw batteries into a fire because they might explode.
• Keep batteries out of reach of children.
• When batteries become near exhaustion, remove them from the
Organizer immediately to avoid battery leakage and corrosion
inside the Organizer.
Because the batteries in the Organizer were installed at the factory,
they may become exhausted before the specified expiration time is
reached.
When “LOW BATTERY” is displayed, immediately replace the
operation battery with a new one.
The operation battery holder is indicated as “For OPERATION” in
the battery compartment.
If the battery level is low, the alarm may not sound, or similarly
the Backlight may not function or remain on for less than the set
interval. Continued use of the Organizer with low battery can alter
or clear the memory contents. Memory contents may be lost if the
battery is improperly replaced or if the following instructions are
disregarded.
Note:
• After the battery replacement, check also that the Backlight
functions properly.
Caution:
• PC Link may not be available when the battery level is low.
• Under the low battery condition, new data entry and editing of
existing data may not be performed in some modes. Also clock
settings, step count function of the pedometer, and the calorie
calculation may not be available.
When the Backlight Won’t Function
When the Backlight cannot be turned on (except when “LOW
BATTERY” is displayed or the Organizer is in the PC Link mode),
replace the battery for the backlight (“For BACKLIGHT &
OPERATION”).
The backlight and operation battery holder is indicated as "For
BACKLIGHT & OPERATION" in the battery compartment.
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Replacing the batteries
Specifications
• Make sure the power is turned off before replacing the
batteries.
• Do not press o until the battery replacement procedure is
completed.
• Do not remove all of the batteries at once. Remove and replace
batteries one by one.
R
1. Press o to turn the power off.
2. Loosen the screw (turn counterclockwise)
and remove the battery holder cover on the
back of the unit.
3. Remove one used battery using a ball-point
pen or similar object.
• Do not use a mechanical pencil or sharp
pointed object.
4. Install one new battery with the positive side
(+) facing up.
5. Repeat step 3 and 4 for replacing both
batteries, if necessary.
6. Replace the holder cover and secure with the
screw.
7. The power will be turned on 2 to 3 seconds
after o is pressed.
• If nothing appears on the display, press
the RESET switch and press <. Do not tap f and press
x. This key sequence will clear all the memory contents.
8. Set the clock to the correct time. (see page 3)
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• Clock settings and/or other settings and listings may be lost when
batteries are removed for a long time. Replace the batteries as
quickly as possible.
• Make sure to confirm all settings are set correctly after replacing
the batteries.
Model: YO-P20HII6910
Product name: Electronic Organizer
Display: 3 lines of 12 digits
Memory capacity: 1MB, Flash memory
User area: Approx. 896 KB
Clock mode:
Accuracy: ± 60 seconds/month at 25°C/77°F
Display: Year, month, day, day of the week, hour, minute, second,
AM/PM
Clock function: 12-hour/24-hour format (switchable), 3 kinds of
date type (switchable), world clock function, daylight saving time
(summer time) display, daily alarm, hourly alarm
Telephone mode: Entering and recalling of telephone entry (name,
address, E-mail address, phone number, and web address (URL))
Schedule mode: Entering and recalling of schedule entry (details, year,
month, day, hour, and minute), schedule alarm
Memo mode: Entering and recalling of memo entry
Calculator mode: 10 digits (with calculation status symbols), arithmetic
calculations, percentage, square root, memory calculation, etc.
Currency/unit conversion mode:
5 types of currency conversion (editable) and 9 types of unit
conversion
Game mode: 2 games
Word Translator mode:
English from/to Spanish, approx. 10000 words for each language
Spell Checker Mode:
Approx. 10000 English words can be referred to as suggested
entries.
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Diet Function Mode:
Step count precision: within ±10 % (by vibration testing machine)
Food Database: 800 foods selectable
Value entry: 2 fields (Calorie, Carbohydrate)
Power consumption: 0.13 W
Operating temperature: 0°C to 40°C
(32°F to 104°F)
Power supply:
– (DC) (Lithium battery CR2032 x 2)
3.0V ...
Auto Power Off Function: Approx. 5 minutes
Battery life: (at 25°C/77°F)
• Approx. 6 months
While PEDOMETER is set to ON, with 5 minutes of data
search, 55 minutes of data display, and 10000 step
counts per day.
• Approx. 5000 hours
When data is continuously displayed with PEDOMETER
set to OFF.
• Approx. 2000 hours
When data is searched for 5 minutes and displayed for 55
minutes per hourly use with PEDOMETER set to OFF
• Approx. 2 years
When turned off and the clock is running with
PEDOMETER set to OFF
• Approx. 4000 times
When the Backlight is turned on for 10 seconds and
turned off for 50 seconds per minute while the display is
activated.
Weight: Approx. 104 g (0.23 lb.) (Including batteries)
Dimensions: 69.8 mm (W) x 109.3 mm (D) x 16.3 mm (H)
2-3/4" (W) x 4-5/16" (D) x 21/32" (H)
Accessories: 2 lithium batteries (installed), CD-ROM software,
PC-Link cable, operation manual, stylus, carrying case with
belt clip
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Declaration of Conformity
Electronic Organizer : YO-P20HII
This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject
to the following two conditions: (1) This device may not cause harmful
interference, and (2) this device must accept any interference received,
including interference that may cause undesired operation.
Responsible Party:
SHARP ELECTRONICS CORPORATION
Sharp Plaza, Mahwah, New Jersey 07430-1163
TEL: 1-800-BE-SHARP
Tested To Comply With FCC Standards
FOR HOME OR OFFICE USE
WARNING – FCC Regulations state that any unauthorized changes or
modifications to this equipment not expressly approved by the
manufacturer could void the user's authority to operate this equipment.
Note: This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits
for a Class B digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules.
These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against
harmful interference in a residential installation. This equipment
generates, uses, and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not
installed and used in accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful
interference to radio communications.
However, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a
particular installation. If this equipment does cause harmful interference
to radio or television reception, which can be determined by turning the
equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct the
interference by one or more of the following measures:
– Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.
– Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver.
– Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to
which the receiver is connected.
– Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help.
Note: A shielded interface cable is required to ensure compliance with
FCC regulations for Class B certification.
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LIMITED WARRANTY
SHARP ELECTRONICS CORPORATION warrants to the first consumer purchaser that this Sharp brand product (the “Product”), when shipped in its original
container, will be free from defective workmanship and materials, and agrees that it will, at its option, either repair the defect or replace the defective Product or
part thereof with a new or remanufactured equivalent at no charge to the purchaser for parts or labor for the period(s) set forth below.
This warranty does not apply to any appearance items of the Product nor to the additional excluded item(s) set forth below nor to any Product the exterior of
which has been damaged or defaced, which has been subjected to improper voltage or other misuse, abnormal service or handling, or which has been altered
or modified in design or construction.
In order to enforce the rights under this limited warranty, the purchaser should follow the steps set forth below and provide proof of purchase to the servicer.
The limited warranty described herein is in addition to whatever implied warranties may be granted to purchasers by law. ALL IMPLIED WARRANTIES
INCLUDING THE WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR USE ARE LIMITED TO THE PERIOD(S) FROM THE DATE OF PURCHASE SET
FORTH BELOW. Some states do not allow limitations on how long an implied warranty lasts, so the above limitation may not apply to you.
Neither the sales personnel of the seller nor any other person is authorized to make any warranties other than those described herein, or to extend the duration
of any warranties beyond the time period described herein on behalf of Sharp.
The warranties described herein shall be the sole and exclusive warranties granted by Sharp and shall be the sole and exclusive remedy available to the purchaser.
Correction of defects, in the manner and for the period of time described herein, shall constitute complete fulfillment of all liabilities and responsibilities of Sharp
to the purchaser with respect to the Product, and shall constitute full satisfaction of all claims, whether based on contract, negligence, strict liability or otherwise.
In no event shall Sharp be liable, or in any way responsible, for any damages or defects in the Product which were caused by repairs or attempted repairs
performed by anyone other than an authorized servicer. Nor shall Sharp be liable or in any way responsible for any incidental or consequential economic or
property damage. Some states do not allow the exclusion of incidental or consequential damages, so the above exclusion may not apply to you.
THIS WARRANTY GIVES YOU SPECIFIC LEGAL RIGHTS. YOU MAY ALSO HAVE OTHER RIGHTS WHICH VARY FROM STATE TO STATE.
Your Product :
Electronic Organizer
Warranty Period for this Product :
One (1) year parts and labor from date of purchase.
Additional Items Excluded from
Warranty Coverage :
Any consumable items such as paper, maintenance cartridge, ink cartridges supplied with the Product or
to any equipment or any hardware, software, firmware, fluorescent lamp, power cords, covers, rubber parts, or peripherals other than the Product.
Where to Obtain Service :
At a Sharp Authorized Servicer located in the United States. To find out the location of the nearest Sharp Authorized
Servicer, call Sharp toll free at 1-800-BE-SHARP.
What to do to Obtain Service :
Ship (prepaid) or carry in your Product to a Sharp Authorized Servicer. Be sure to have proof of purchase available. If
you ship or mail the Product, be sure it is packaged carefully.
TO OBTAIN SUPPLY, ACCESSORY OR PRODUCT INFORMATION, CALL 1-800-BE-SHARP.
PRODUCT SUPPORT
If you have read the ORGANIZER operation manual,
but you still require product support, you can:
Call Sharp Customer Assistance Center
630-378-3590
(7am to 7pm CST M-F)
Visit our Web Site
www.sharpusa.com
Send an E-mail
pdasupport@sharpsec.com
Write to our Customer Assistance Center
SHARP Electronics Corp.
Customer Assistance Center
Att: WIZARD HELP
1300 Naperville Drive
Romeoville, IL 60446
SHARP ELECTRONICS CORPORATION
Sharp Plaza, Mahwah, New Jersey 07430-1163
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