Datexx DB-413 Calculator User Manual

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Your Datexx 3 Memory Bank Account Calculator
makes balancing your checkbook quick and easy.
The calculator keeps track of your checking account
as you deposit or withdraw money from the account,
and lets you perform additional calculations without
disturbing your account balance.
3 Memory Bank
Account Calculator
FUNCTION
CHECKING CARD
SAVING
TAX
Calculator Function lets you easily perform multistep calculations and has programmable tax keys.
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DATE
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AM
M–
3 Separate Memories
keep track of your checking,credit card, and savings account balances.
DAY
(+) (–) BAL (=)
REVIEW
ENTRY#
M+
Features
DB-413
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x
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TIME
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ON
OFF
CHECKING
CREDIT CARD
SAVING
REVIEW
REVIEW
REVIEW
DEPOSIT
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PAYMENT
+
DEPOSIT
+
TAX
CHECK
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CHARGE
–
WITHDRAW
–
TAX RATE
SET
BALANCE
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BALANCE
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BALANCE
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Built-in Clock and Calendar
Balance Function
shows the current balance in
any of your accounts at the touch of a button.
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Review Function
lets you look at the last 20 entries in your checking, credit card, or savings accounts, including the transaction date.
Heavy-Duty Carry Case
has slots for your credit
cards,check book, and pen.
Please read before using this equipment
Owner's Manual
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Preparation
Features
Operation
OPERATING THE CALCULATOR
1. Insert your checkbook register in the pocket
below the calculator.
2. Put your checkbook in the slot below the calcuator.
3. Place your credit cards in the slots provided.
Press ON/AC to turn on the calculator, or to clear an
old calculation and start a new one.
Press CE to clear an incorrect entry before you press
an operation key, or to clear errors.
Press OFF to turn off the calculator.
4. Grasp the end of the protective insulation strip
and gently pull it out.
RESETTING THE CALCULATOR
If your calculator does not appear to be working correctly, reset it by pressing a straightened paper clip or
other pointed object into the RESET hole on the back
of the calculator.
If you press the wrong operator key (+,-,x or
), simply press the correct one and continue with
your calculation.
DAY
REVIEW
ENTRY#
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DATE
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AM
Caution: This deletes all account records, resets the
date to 1-01-00, and returns the clock to 0:00 on
a 24-hour format.
Preparation
keeps you on time.
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TIME
÷
ON
OFF
CHECKING
CREDIT CARD
SAVING
REVIEW
REVIEW
REVIEW
DEPOSIT
+
PAYMENT
+
DEPOSIT
+
TAX
CHECK
–
CHARGE
–
WITHDRAW
–
TAX RATE
SET
BALANCE
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BALANCE
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BALANCE
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Features
SETTING THE TIME
Standard Calculations
1. Hold down the CLOCK SET (%) about 3 seconds,
until the first digit of the month flashes.
Press the keys in the order they appear in the arithmetic operation.
2. Press + to select 12-or 24 hour format. AM or PM
appears to the left of the time to indicate 12-hour
format. Press
to toggle between AM or PM in
12- hour format.
Note: To enter a negative number, press then the
number. Or, enter the number and press then =,
MINUS appears on the left side of the display.
3. Enter the correct month, date, year, and time,
then press =.
or
For example, to find the percent of 12:
MAKING CALCULATIONS
Note: This Calculator follows standard and simple
mathematical rules.
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Try to divide by 0
Perform a calculation that result in an answer
greater than 99,999,999
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Operation
To perform multi-step calculations:
Press MRC twice to
clear the memory.
Press M+ to total a
calculation and add
the total to the
value in memory.
FUNCTION
CHECKING CARD
SAVING
TAX
DAY
DEP(+) CHK(–) BAL (=)
REVIEW
ENTRY#
DATE
AL
AM
M+
M–
MRC
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TIME
÷
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TAX
TAX RATE
SET
Press M- to total a
calculation and subtract the total from the value
in memory.
Constant Calculations
Press MRC to recall (display) the value in memory.
Press = to repeat the last function. For example, to
calculate 5 x 5 x 5 x 5 2 2 = 629:
Operation
12 x 3 %
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To clear the error and continue the calculation with
the display number, press CE. To clear the entire
calculation and begin again, press ON/AC.
629
You See
Memory Calculations
Note: You can determine the approximate
answer by counting the number of digits displayed to the left of the decimal point. Put that
many zeros on the right side of the number, then
delete the decimal point. For example, if the calculator displays ERROR 3423.8381, the
approximate answer is 342,383,810,000.
5 x === +2==
You Press
Note: For multiplication, the calculator repeats the
first number and the x, For all other operations, the
calculator repeats the operator and the second number. For example, in the calculation 5 x 7, 5 x is the
constant. In the calculation 12 6, 6 is the constant.
Errors
Your calculator displays ERROR if you:
You See
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To find a percentage of a number, type the number,
then x, the percentage, and %.
Enter the last two digits of the year. The year
affects the day of the week.
You Press
8x3-4=
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Percentage Calculations
to move the cursor for-
Operation
You See
3+4=
Notes:
Repeatedly press
ward or backward.
You Press
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Operation
For Example: (4 x 5) + (28 + 2) - (7 - 2) + (75
5)
CHECKING
You See
You Press
To record a checking account deposit, enter the
amount of the deposit,
then press DEPOSIT in
the CHECKING column.
MEMORY 20
MEMORY 30
MEMORY 5
MEMORY 15
MEMORY 60
4 x 5 M+
28 + 2 M+
7 - 2 M75 5 M+
MRC
Note: MEMORY appears on the left bottom of the display when a value is stored in memory. MEMORY disappears when you clear the memory.
ACCOUNT FUNCTIONS
The Bank Account Calculator's account functions
make it easier than ever to track your CHECKING,
CREDIT CARD and SAVING account balance. It can
keep up to 20 records for each account.
Note: Add interest to your account as you would a
deposit and subtract fees as you would a withdrawal.
To record a check, enter
the amount of the check,
then press CHECK in the
CHECKING column.
OFF
ON
CE
CHECKING
CREDIT CARD
SAVING
REVIEW
REVIEW
REVIEW
DEPOSIT
+
PAYMENT
+
DEPOSIT
+
CHECK
–
CHARGE
–
WITHDRAW
–
BALANCE
=
BALANCE
=
BALANCE
=
To recall your checking account balance, press BALANCE in the CHECKING column.
To review from the last transaction record to the first
one, repeatedly press REVIEW. REVIEW ENTRY#,
the record number, and the record value appear.
Credit Card
To record a credit card account payment, enter the
amount of the payment, then press PAYMENT in the
CREDIT CARD column.
To Record a credit card account charge, enter the
amount of the charge, then press CHARGE in the
CREDIT CARD column.
Operation
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TAX FUNCTIONS
To recall your credit card account balance, press
BALANCE in the CREDIT CARD column.
To review from the last record to the first one, repeatedly press the REVIEW in the CREDIT CARD
column. REVIEW ENTRY#, the record number, and
the record value appear.
SAVING
To record a savings account deposit, enter the
amount of the deposit, then press DEPOSIT in the
SAVING column.
To record a savings account withdrawal, enter the
amount of the withdrawal, then press WITHDRAWAL
in the SAVING column.
To recall your savings account balance, press BALANCE in the SAVING column.
You can program the tax function to automatically
add sales tax to your purchases.
1. Press or ON/AC to clear calculation.
2. Enter the value of the tax.
3. Press TAX RATE SET to set the value as tax rate.
4. Enter the cost value.
5. Press TAX to calculate the tax.
6. Press = to calculate the total cost.
For example, if your local sales tax rate is 5% and you
purchase an item at $120:
To review from the last record to the first one, repeatedly press REVIEW in the SAVING column. REVIEW
ENTRY#, the record number, and the record value
appear.
Operation
Operation
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You Press
You See
TAX RATE
120 (cost value)
TAX
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Operation
Replacing the
Batteries
4. Using a straightened paper clip, pry out the old
batteries.
Your 3 Memory Bank Account Calculator uses two
type 386A batteries for power. If the display dims, follow these steps to replace the batteries.
Note: You must replace the batteries within 3 minutes
to retain all balance records, date, and time.
Make a note of the balance before you begin.
Back Cover
Battery
Compartment
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6. Replace the back cover and secure it with the
screw.
CARE
Keep the calculator dry; if it gets wet, wipe it dry immediately. Use and store the calculator only in normal
temperature environments. Handle the calculator
carefully; do not drop it. Keep the calculator away
from dust and dirt, and wipe it with a damp cloth
occasionally to keep it looking new.
Screw
Batteries
5. Insert the new batteries with their positive (+)
side up.
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Modifying or tampering with the calculator's internal
components can cause a malfunction and might
invalidate its warranty.
1. Make sure the calculator is off.
2. Place the calculator face down on a flat surface.
3. Use a small Phillips Screwdriver to remove the
screw securing the back cover and lift it off.
Replacing the Batteries
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Replacing the Batteries
Specifications
Power Source.............2 x 386A Button-Cell Batteries
Battery Life.....................2160 Hours(continuous use)
Automatic Power Off....................................5 Minutes
Working Temperature..........32 to 104 F(0 C to 40 C)
Storage Temperature.................................-4 to 140 F
(-20 to 60 C)
Limited Warranty
This product is warranted against defects for 1 year from date of
purchase. Within this period, we will replace or repair it, at our option,
without charge for parts and labor, with the exception of accessories such
as batteries, wallets, etc. This warranty does not cover products subjected
to misuse, accidental damage, or repair by other than TAMIR Service
Center. Except as provided herein, TAMIR makes no express warranties
and any implied warranties are limited in duration to the written limited
warranties contained herein. Some states do not permit limitation or
exclusion of implied warranties; therefore, the aforesaid limitation(s) or
exclusion(s) may not apply to the purchaser.
This warranty gives you specific legal rights and you may also have other
rights which vary from state to state. Warranty valid only in the U.S.A.
Dimensions (HWD).....................2 3/4 x 6 x 3/8 Inches
(70 x 152 x 10 mm)
Weight (with batteries)...............................6.1 oz (173 g)
Specifications are typical; individual units might vary.
Specifications are subject to change and
improvement without notice.
Specifications
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