MEASURE MASTER PRO
™
FEET-INCH-FRACTION and METRIC CALCULATOR
Model 4020
v3.1
Pocket Reference Guide
MEASURE MASTER™ PRO V3.1
The Measure Master Pro calculator helps
you save time, cut costly errors and
measure and estimate like a pro!
Quickly Solve:
• Feet-Inches-Fractions, Yards, and
Metric Dimensional Problems
• Feet-Inches-Fractions, Yards, and
Metric Conversions
• Problems Involving All Fractions –
1/2-1/64ths!
• Instant Areas, Volumes and Weights
• Circle/Arc Calculations
• Material Quantity (e.g., Concrete,
Flooring)
• Squaring-up, and more
TABLE OF CONTENTS
KEY DEFINITIONS..................................1
Basic Function Keys ............................1
Unit Keys .............................................2
Circle/Arc Keys ....................................4
Miscellaneous Functions .....................5
Paperless Tape Example .....................7
Preference Settings .............................8
EXAMPLES ...........................................10
Adding and Subtracting Strings of
Dimensions ....................................10
Multiplying Dimensions ......................10
Dividing Dimensions ..........................11
Percent Calculations ..........................11
Square Area.......................................12
Square Root.......................................12
Rectangular Area and Volume...........13
Multi-Function h Key.....................14
Entering Square and Cubic and
Adding a Waste Allowance ............14
Linear Conversions............................15
Square and Cubic Conversions.........16
Weight Conversions...........................17
Weight per Volume ............................17
Using the Memory .............................18
Using the Memory—Finding Quantity
of Carpet Required ........................20
Board Feet and Cost .........................20
Circle Area and Circumference..........21
Arc Properties ....................................22
Concrete Volume for Driveway ..........23
Squaring-up a Foundation .................23
APPENDIX ............................................24
Setting Fractional Resolution.............24
Default Settings .................................25
Auto-Shut Off .....................................26
Accuracy/Errors .................................26
Batteries.............................................27
Replacing the Batteries .....................28
Reset .................................................28
AREA AND VOLUME FORMULAS ......29
Area Formulas ...................................29
Volume Formulas...............................30
REPAIR AND RETURN.........................31
Warranty, Repair and Return
Information.....................................31
WARRANTY ..........................................32
FCC CLASS B ......................................34
LOOKING FOR NEW IDEAS................34
KEY DEFINITIONS
Basic Function Keys
+–x
÷=
Arithmetic operation keys.
0–9
and •
Keys used for entering
numbers.
%
Percent Key — Four-function (+, –, x, ÷) percent key.
O
Off Key — Turns all power
off, clearing all non-permanent registers.
o
On/Clear Key — Turns on
power. Pressing once
clears the display. Pressing
twice clears all temporary
values.
Ç
Convert Key — Used with
the dimensional keys to
convert between dimensions or with other keys to
access special functions.
ß
Store Key — Used for storing values.
®
Recall Key — Used for
recalling stored values.
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Unit Keys
y
Yards Key — Enters or
converts to Yards.
f
Feet Key — Enters or converts to Feet as whole or
decimal numbers. Also
used with the i and /
keys for entering Feet-Inch
values (e.g., 6 f 9 i
1 / 2). Repeated presses during conversions toggle between Fractional and
Decimal Feet.
i
Inch Key — Enters or converts to Inches. Entry can
be whole or decimal numbers. Also used with the /
key for entering fractional
inch values (e.g., 9 i 1
/ 2). Repeated presses
during conversions toggle
between Fractional and
Decimal Inches.
/
Fraction Bar Key —
Used to enter Fractions.
Fractions can be entered
as proper (1/2, 1/8, 1/16) or
improper (3/2, 9/8). If the
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denominator (bottom) is not
entered, the calculator's
fractional accuracy setting
is automatically used.
m
Meters Key — Enters or
converts to Meters.
c
Centimeters Key — Enters
or converts to Centimeters.
M
Millimeters Key — Enters
or converts to Millimeters.
Ç2
Acres — Enters or converts
(a square value) to Acres.
b
Board Feet Key — Enters
or converts Cubic values
to Board Feet. One Board
Foot is equal to 144 Cubic
Inches.
l
Length — Enters length
for calculation of area or
volume.
W
Width — Enters width and
calculates area, square-up
and perimeter.
h
Height — Enters height
and calculates volume, wall
area and total room area.
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Ç1
Kilograms — Enters or
converts to Kilograms.
Ç3
Metric Tons — Enters or
converts to Metric Tons.
Ç4
Pounds — Enters or converts to Pounds.
Ç6
Tons — Enters or converts
to Tons.
Circle/Arc Keys
C
Circle Key — Calculates
circle area and circumference based on entered
diameter.
a
Arc Key — Calculates Arc
length or degree, Chord
Length, Segment Area, Pie
Slice Area and Segment
Rise based on entered
diameter/radius and Arc
Degree or length (e.g., if
Arc Degree is entered, it
will calculate arc length,
and vice versa).
Ça
Radius – Enters or calculates the circle radius.
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Miscellaneous Functions
B
Backspace key
ÇB
(
Ç÷
(1/x) Reciprocal — Finds
the reciprocal of a number
(e.g., 8 Ç ÷ 0.125).
Çx
Clear All — Returns all
stored values to the default
settings (does not affect
Preference Settings).
Ç–
(+/–) Toggle
) Square Root
Ç+
Pi (π) 3.141593
Ç%
x 2 — Squares the value in
the display.
Çß
Preference Settings
ß0
Weight per Volume —
Stores a new Weight per
Volume value as listed on
the following page.
Note: After entering a value and
pressing ß 0, continue
pressing the 0 digit key until
you’ve reached the desired
Weight per Volume format. To
recall your setting, press ® 0.
(Cont’d)
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(Cont’d)
• Ton Per CU YD
• LB Per CU YD
• LB Per CU FEET
• MET Ton Per CU M
• kG Per CU M
This value is stored until you
change it or perform a Clear
All (Ç x).
Ç0
Total Cost (based on entry
of per unit cost)
Ç•
Converts between D:M:S
and Decimal Degrees.
µ
(M+) Memory +
ǵ
(M–) Memory –
®®
Recall and Clear M+
ß1
(M1) Storage Register
ß2
(M2) Storage Register
ß3
(M3) Storage Register
® µ,
1, 2 or 3
Recall M+, M1, M2 or M3
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®=
Paperless Tape – Useful for
checking figures, as it scrolls
through your past 20 entries
or calculations. Press ® =
to access Paperless Tape
mode. Press + or – to
scroll forward or backward.
Press = to exit mode and
continue with a new entry or
calculation.
Paperless Tape Example
Add 6 Feet, 5 Feet and 4 Feet, then
access the paperless tape mode and
scroll back through your entries. Then,
back up one entry, exit the tape mode
and add 10 Feet to the total.
KEYSTROKE
oo
6f+
5f+
4f=
®=
+
+
+
–
=
+10f=
DISPLAY
0.
6
11
15
TTL= 15
01 6
02 + 5
03 + 4
02 + 5
TTL= 15
25
FEET
FEET
FEET
FEET
FEET
FEET
FEET
FEET
FEET
FEET
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0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
INCH
INCH
INCH
INCH
INCH
INCH
INCH
INCH
INCH
INCH
Preference Settings
Press Ç, then ß, then keep pressing
ß to toggle through the main settings.
Press the + key to advance within subsetting. Use the – key to back up. Press
the o key to exit Preferences.
PRESS
Ç AND:
SETTING--FUNCTION
First press
of ß:
+
+
+
+
+
+
Fractional Resolution:
--1/16
--1/32
--1/64
--1/2
--1/4
--1/8
--1/16 (repeats options)
Second press
of ß:
+
+
+
+
Area Displays:
--Std.
--0. SQ FEET
--0. SQ YD
--0. SQ M
--Std. (repeats options)
Third press
of ß:
+
+
+
+
Volume Displays:
--Std.
--0. CU YD
--0. CU FEET
--0. CU M
--Std. (repeats options)
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Fourth press
of ß:
+
+
Exponential Mode:
--OFF
--On
--OFF (repeats options)
Fifth press
of ß:
+
+
Meter Linear Displays:
--0.000 M
--FLOAt M (floating point)
--0.000 M (repeats options)
Sixth press
of ß:
+
+
Decimal Degree Displays:
--0.00°
--FLOAt (floating point)
--0.00° (repeats options)
Seventh press
of ß:
+
+
Fractional Mode:
--Std.
--COnSt
--Std. (repeats options)
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EXAMPLES
Adding and Subtracting Strings of
Dimensions
Add the following measurements:
• 6 Feet 2-1/2 Inches
• 11 Feet 5-1/4 Inches
• 18.25 Inches
Then subtract 2-1/8 Inches.
KEYSTROKE
DISPLAY
oo
6f2i1/2+
6 FEET 2-1/2
11f5i1/4+
17 FEET 7-3/4
18•25i=
19 FEET 2
– 2 i 1 / 8 = 18 FEET 11-7/8
0.
INCH
INCH
INCH
INCH
Multiplying Dimensions
What is the perimeter of a room with
three walls which measure 15 Feet 3-3/4
Inches each?
KEYSTROKE
DISPLAY
3x15f3i3/4=
45 FEET 11-1/4
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INCH
Multiply 5 Feet 3 Inches by 11 Feet 6-1/2
Inches:
KEYSTROKE
DISPLAY
5f3ix11f
6i1/2=
60.59375
SQ FEET
Dividing Dimensions
Divide 15 Feet 3-3/4 Inches into thirds
(divide by 3):
KEYSTROKE
DISPLAY
oo
0.
15f3i3/4÷3=
5 FEET 1-1/4 INCH
How many 3’ 6” pieces can you cut from
one 25’ board?
KEYSTROKE
DISPLAY
oo
0.
2 5 f ÷ 3 f 6 i = 7.142857
(or 7 whole pieces)
Percent Calculations
Add a 10% waste allowance to 2.78 Cubic
Yards.
KEYSTROKE
DISPLAY
oo
0.
2•78yyy+10%
3.058 CU YD
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What is 25% of $1,575?
KEYSTROKE
DISPLAY
oo
1575x25%
0.
393.75
Square Area
Find the area of a square room with sides
measuring 15 Feet 8-1/2 Inches.
KEYSTROKE
DISPLAY
oo
0.
15f8i1/2
15 FEET 8-1/2 INCH
Ç % (x 2)
246.7517 SQ FEET
Square Root
What is the Square Root of 200?
KEYSTROKE
oo
200ÇB(
DISPLAY
)
0.
14.14214
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Rectangular Area and Volume
Find the area and volume:
• Length: 20 Feet 6-1/2 Inches
• Width: 12 Feet 8-1/2 Inches
• Height: 10 Inches
KEYSTROKE
DISPLAY
oo
0.
20f6i1/2l
LNTH 20 FEET 6-1/2 INCH
1 2 f 8 i 1 / 2 W W*
AREA 261.0503 SQ FEET
1 0 i h h*
VOL 8.057109 CU YD
*Press W and h keys a second time (after
entry of Width and Height) to calculate Area
and Volume.
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Multi-Function h Key
Find the volume, wall area, and total
room area of an 18’ x 25’ room measuring
12’ tall.
KEYSTROKE
oo
18fl
25fW
12fh
h
h
h
DISPLAY
LNTH
WDTH
HGHT
VOL
WALL*
ROOM**
0.
18 FEET 0 INCH
25 FEET 0 INCH
12 FEET 0 INCH
5400. CU FEET
1032. SQ FEET
1482. SQ FEET
*Wall Area adds the length and width, multiplies
them by two and then multiplies by height.
**Room Area=Wall Area+Ceiling Area
Entering Square and Cubic and Adding
a Waste Allowance
Add a 10% waste allowance to 55 Square
Feet. Then add a 20% waste allowance
to 150 Cubic Feet:
KEYSTROKE
DISPLAY
oo
5 5 f f + 1 0 % 60.5 SQ
150fff+20%
180. CU
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0.
FEET
FEET
Linear Conversions
Convert 10 feet 6 inches to other dimensions, including Metric:
KEYSTROKE
oo
10f6i
Çy
Çi
Çm
Çc
ÇM
DISPLAY
10
0.
6 INCH
3.5 YD
126 INCH
3.200 M
320.04 CM
3200.4 MM
FEET
Convert 14 Feet 7-1/2 Inches to Decimal
Feet:
KEYSTROKE
DISPLAY
oo
0.
14f7i1/2
14 FEET 7-1/2 INCH
Çf
14.625 FEET
Convert 22.75 Feet to Feet-Inches:
KEYSTROKE
oo
22•75f
Çf
DISPLAY
0.
22.75 FEET
22 FEET 9 INCH
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Square and Cubic Conversions
Convert 14 Square Feet to Square Yards:
KEYSTROKE
oo
14ff
Çy
DISPLAY
0.
14 SQ FEET
1.555556 SQ YD
Convert 25 Square Yards to Square Feet:
KEYSTROKE
oo
25yy
Çf
DISPLAY
0.
25 SQ YD
225. SQ FEET
Convert 12 Cubic Feet to Cubic Yards:
KEYSTROKE
oo
12fff
Çy
DISPLAY
0.
12 CU FEET
0.444444 CU YD
POCKET REFERENCE GUIDE — 16
Weight Conversions
Convert 150 Pounds to other weights
(Tons, Metric Tons, Kilograms):
KEYSTROKE
oo
1 5 0 Ç 4 (lbs)
Ç 6 (tons)
Ç 3 (met tons)
Ç 1 (kg)
DISPLAY
0.
150 LB
0.075 Ton
0.068039 MET Ton
68.03886 kG
Weight per Volume
Convert 20 Cubic Yards of concrete to
Pounds, Tons, Metric Tons and Kilograms,
if concrete weighs 1.5 Tons per Cubic
Yard (default value):
KEYSTROKE
oo
20yyy
Ç 4 (lbs)
Ç 6 (tons)
Ç 3 (met tons)
Ç 1 (kg)
DISPLAY
0.
20 CU YD
60000. LB
30. Ton
27.21554 MET Ton
27215.54 kG
(Cont’d)
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(Cont’d)
Now convert again, if concrete weighs
2 Tons per Cubic Yard (store new Weight
per Volume value):
KEYSTROKE
2ß0
20yyy
Ç 4 (lbs)
Ç 6 (tons)
Ç 3 (met tons)
Ç 1 (kg)
Çx
DISPLAY
STORED
2.
Ton Per CU YD
20 CU YD
80000. LB
40. Ton
36.28739 MET Ton
36287.39 kG
ALL CLEArEd
(Clear stored Wt/Vol)
Using the Memory
Whenever the µ key is pressed, the
displayed value will be added to the
Memory. Other Memory functions:
FUNCTION
KEYSTROKES
Add to Memory
Subtract from Memory
Recall total in Memory
Display/Clear Memory
Clear Memory
µ
ǵ
®µ
®®
Ç®
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Memory is semi-permanent, clearing only
when you:
1)
2)
3)
4)
turn off the calculator;
press ® ®;
press Ç ®;
press Ç x (Clear All).
When Memory is recalled (® µ),
consecutive presses of µ will display
the calculated average and total count of
the accumulated values.
Example:
KEYSTROKE
355µ
255µ
7 4 5 Ç µ (M-)
®µ
TTL
µ
µ
®®
DISPLAY
M+ 355. M
M+ 255. M
M- 745. M
STORED
– 135. M
AVG – 45. M
CNT 3. M
M+ – 135.
POCKET REFERENCE GUIDE — 19
Using the Memory — Finding Quantity
of Carpet Required
--Room 1: 12’ 4” x 15’
--Room 2: 14’ 8” x 16’
--Add 10% waste allowance
KEYSTROKE
oo
12f4
x15f
µ
14f8
x16f
®®
Çy
+10%
DISPLAY
i
=
0.
12 FEET 4 INCH
185. SQ FEET
M+ 185. SQ FEET M
14 FEET 8 INCH M
i
=µ
M+ 234.6667 SQ FEET M
M+ 419.6667 SQ FEET
46.62963 SQ YD
51.29259 SQ YD
Board Feet and Cost
Find the total Board Feet for the following boards: 2 x 4 x 16, 2 x 10 x 18 and
2 x 12 x 20. What is the total cost at
$275 per MBM*?
*Per thousand Board Foot measure.
KEYSTROKE
DISPLAY
oo
0.
2x4x16bµ
BDFT 10.66667 M
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2x10x18bµ
BDFT 30. M
2x12x20bµ
BDFT 40. M
®®
BDFT 80.66667
$ 22.18
x 2 7 5 Ç 0 (Cost)
Circle Area and Circumference
Find the Area and Circumference of a
circle with a diameter of 25 Inches:
KEYSTROKE
oo
25iC
C
C
DISPLAY
0.
DIA 25
AREA 490.8739 SQ
CIRC 78-9/16
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INCH
INCH
INCH
Arc Properties
Find Arc properties given a 5-foot diameter
and an Arc length of 3 Feet 3 Inches:
KEYSTROKE
DISPLAY
1. Enter Circle diameter and Arc length:
oo
0.
5fC
DIA 5 FEET 0 INCH
3 f 3 i a ARC 3 FEET 3 INCH
2. Find Degree of Arc, Chord Length,
Segment Area, Pie Slice Area and
Segment Rise:
a
ARC 74.48°
a
CORD 3 FEET 0-5/16 INCH
a
SEG 1.051381 SQ FEET
a
PIE 4.0625 SQ FEET
a
RISE 0 FEET 6-1/8 INCH
POCKET REFERENCE GUIDE — 22
Concrete Volume for Driveway
Calculate the Cubic Yards of concrete
required to pour a driveway that measures:
45 Feet 5 Inches long x 13 Feet 6 Inches
wide x 5 Inches deep. If concrete is $65
per Cubic Yard, what will it cost?
KEYSTROKE
oo
45f5i
x13f6i
x5i=
x 6 5 Ç 0 (Cost)
DISPLAY
0.
45 FEET 5 INCH
13 FEET 6 INCH
9.461806 CU YD
$ 615.02
(total cost)
Squaring-up a Foundation
Square-up a foundation measuring
15 Feet 6 Inches by 10 Feet 2 Inches:
KEYSTROKE
DISPLAY
oo
15f6il
LNTH 15 FEET 6
10f2iW
WDTH 10 FEET 2
WW
SQUP 18 FEET 6-7/16
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0.
INCH
INCH
INCH
APPENDIX
Setting Fractional Resolution
Fractional resolution is pemanently set via
the Preference Settings (see Preference
Settings section for instructions). To select
other formats temporarily (e.g., 1/64ths,
1/32nds, etc.), see the example below:
Add 44/64th to 1/64th of an inch and then
convert the answer to other fractional
resolutions:
KEYSTROKE
oo
44/64
+1/64=
Ç 1 (1/16)
Ç 2 (1/2)
Ç 3 (1/32)
Ç 4 (1/4)
Ç 6 (1/64)
Ç 8 (1/8)
oo
DISPLAY
0.
0-44/64
0-45/64
0-11/16
0-1/2
0-23/32
0-3/4
0-45/64
0-3/4
INCH
INCH
INCH
INCH
INCH
INCH
INCH
INCH
0.
Note: Changing the Fractional Resolution on a
displayed value does not alter your Permanent
Fractional Resolution Setting. Pressing o will
return your calculator to the permanently set
fractional resolution.
POCKET REFERENCE GUIDE — 24
Default Settings
After a Clear All (Ç x), your calculator
will return to the following setting:
STORED VALUE
Weight per Volume
DEFAULT VALUE
1.5
Ton Per CU YD
If you replace your batteries or perform a
Full Reset* (press O, hold down x, and
press o), your calculator will return to
the following settings (in addition to that
listed above):
PREFERENCE SETTINGS
Fractional Resolution
Area Display
Volume Display
Exponent
Meter Linear Display
Decimal Degree Display
Fractional Mode
DEFAULT VALUE
1/16
Standard
Standard
Off
0.000
0.00°
Standard
*Depressing the Reset button located above the
l key will also perform a Full Reset.
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Auto-Shut Off
Your calculator will shut itself off after
about 8-12 minutes of non-use.
Accuracy/Errors
Accuracy/Display Capacity — Your calculator has a twelve-digit display made up of
eight digits (normal display) and four fractional digits. You may enter or calculate
values up to 19,999,999.99. Each calculation is carried out internally to twelve digits.
Errors — When an incorrect entry is
made, or the answer is beyond the range
of the calculator, it will display the word
“ERROR.” To clear an error condition you
must hit the o button once. At this
point, you must determine what caused
the error and re-key the problem.
Error Codes:
DISPLAY
ERROR TYPE
OFLO
MATH Error
DIM Error
ENT Error
Overflow (too large)
Divide by 0
Dimension error
Entry error
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Auto-Range — If an “overflow” is created
because of an input and calculation with
small units that are out of the standard
seven-digit range of the display, the
answer will be automatically expressed in
the next larger units (instead of showing
“ERROR”) — e.g., 20,000,000 mm is
shown as 20,000 m. Also applies to inches, feet and yards.
Batteries
This model uses two (2) LR44 batteries
(included).
Should your calculator display become
very dim or erratic, replace the batteries.
Note: Please use caution when disposing of
your old battery, as it contains hazardous
chemicals.
Replacement batteries are available at
most discount or electronics stores. You
may also call Calculated Industries at
1-775-885-4900.
POCKET REFERENCE GUIDE — 27
Replacing the Batteries
To replace the batteries, slide open the
battery door (at top backside of unit) and
replace with new batteries. Make sure the
batteries are facing positive side up.
Reset
If your calculator should ever “lock up,”
press Reset — a small hole located above
the l key — to perform a total reset.
POCKET REFERENCE GUIDE — 28
AREA AND VOLUME FORMULAS
Area Formulas
POCKET REFERENCE GUIDE — 29
Volume Formulas
POCKET REFERENCE GUIDE — 30
REPAIR AND RETURN
Warranty, Repair and Return
Information
Return Guidelines:
1.
Please read the Warranty in this User's
Guide to determine if your Calculated
Industries product remains under warranty
before calling or returning any device for
evaluation or repairs.
2.
If your product won't turn on, check the
batteries as outlined in the User's Guide.
3.
If you need more assistance, please go to
the website listed below.
4.
If you believe you need to return your
product, please call a Calculated Industries
representative between the hours of
8:00am and 4:00pm Pacific Time for
additional information and a Return
Merchandise Authorization (RMA).
Call Toll Free: 1-800-854-8075
Outside USA: 1-775-885-4900
www.calculated.com/warranty
POCKET REFERENCE GUIDE — 31
WARRANTY
Warranty Repair Service – U.S.A.
Calculated Industries (“CI”) warrants this product
against defects in materials and workmanship for a period of one (1) year from the date of original consumer
purchase in the U.S. If a defect exists during the warranty period, CI, at its option, will either repair (using
new or remanufactured parts) or replace (with a new or
remanufactured calculator) the product at no charge.
THE WARRANTY WILL NOT APPLY TO THE PRODUCT IF IT HAS BEEN DAMAGED BY MISUSE, ALTERATION, ACCIDENT, IMPROPER HANDLING OR
OPERATION, OR IF UNAUTHORIZED REPAIRS ARE
ATTEMPTED OR MADE. SOME EXAMPLES OF DAMAGES NOT COVERED BY WARRANTY INCLUDE,
BUT ARE NOT LIMITED TO, BATTERY LEAKAGE,
BENDING, A “BLACK INK SPOT” OR VISIBLE CRACKING OF THE LCD, WHICH ARE PRESUMED TO BE
DAMAGES RESULTING FROM MISUSE OR ABUSE.
To obtain warranty service in the U.S., please go to the
website.
A repaired or replacement product assumes the remaining warranty of the original product or 90 days, whichever is longer.
Non-Warranty Repair Service – U.S.A.
Non-warranty repair covers service beyond the warranty
period, or service requested due to damage resulting
from misuse or abuse.
Contact Calculated Industries at the number listed
above to obtain current product repair information and
charges. Repairs are guaranteed for 90 days.
POCKET REFERENCE GUIDE — 32
Repair Service – Outside the U.S.A.
To obtain warranty or non-warranty repair service for
goods purchased outside the U.S., contact the dealer
through which you initially purchased the product. If you
cannot reasonably have the product repaired in your
area, you may contact CI to obtain current product
repair information and charges, including freight and
duties.
Disclaimer
CI MAKES NO WARRANTY OR REPRESENTATION,
EITHER EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, WITH RESPECT TO
THE PRODUCT’S QUALITY, PERFORMANCE, MERCHANTABILITY, OR FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR
PURPOSE. AS A RESULT, THIS PRODUCT, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO, KEYSTROKE PROCEDURES, MATHEMATICAL ACCURACY AND PREPROGRAMMED MATERIAL, IS SOLD “AS IS,” AND YOU
THE PURCHASER ASSUME THE ENTIRE RISK AS
TO ITS QUALITY AND PERFORMANCE.
IN NO EVENT WILL CI BE LIABLE FOR DIRECT, INDIRECT, SPECIAL, INCIDENTAL, OR CONSEQUENTIAL
DAMAGES RESULTING FROM ANY DEFECT IN THE
PRODUCT OR ITS DOCUMENTATION.
The warranty, disclaimer, and remedies set forth above
are exclusive and replace all others, oral or written,
expressed or implied. No CI dealer, agent, or employee
is authorized to make any modification, extension, or
addition to this warranty.
Some states do not allow the exclusion or limitation of
implied warranties or liability for incidental or consequential damages, so the above limitation or exclusion
may not apply to you. This warranty gives you specific
rights, and you may also have other rights, which vary
from state to state.
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FCC CLASS B
This equipment has been certified to comply with the
limits for a Class B computing device, pursuant to
Subpart J of Part 15 of FCC rules.
LOOKING FOR NEW IDEAS
Calculated Industries, a leading manufacturer of specialfunction calculators and digital measuring instruments,
is always looking for new product ideas in these areas.
If you have an idea, or a suggestion for improving this
product or User's Guide, please submit your comments
online at www.calculated.com under “Contact Us”,
“Product Idea Submittal Agreement”. Thank you.
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This equipment has been certified to comply
with the limits for a Class B computing device,
pursuant to Subpart J of Part 15 of FCC rules.
Software copyrighted and licensed to
Calculated Industries, Inc. by
Construction Master Technologies, LLC, 2006.
Pocket Reference Guide copyrighted by
Calculated Industries, Inc. © 2006.
Measure Master™ is a trademark
and Calculated Industries® is a registered
trademark of Calculated Industries, Inc.
ALL RIGHTS RESERVED
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E-mail: info@calculated.com
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Designed in the USA
Printed in China
5/06
PRG4020E-D