Franklin BDK-1460 eBook Reader User Manual

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BOOKMAN
EXPANDABLE ELECTRONIC BOOK
Deutsch-Englisch
Professor PLUS
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Electronic Publishers
BEDIENUNGSANLEITUNG/
USER’S GUIDE
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Table of Contents
Key Guide ..................................................................... 25
Installing Batteries and Installing Book Cards ............. 27
Selecting a Book and Using the Colour Keys ............... 28
Changing the Language ................................................ 29
Changing the Settings and
Viewing a Demonstration .......................................... 30
Finding English Words .................................................. 31
Highlighting Words and Finding Phrases ..................... 33
Finding Inflections ........................................................ 34
Using the Personal Wordlist ......................................... 35
Playing the Games ........................................................ 36
Using The Databank ..................................................... 38
Using the Calculator ..................................................... 40
Using the Converter ..................................................... 41
Transferring Words Between Books and
Resetting Your BOOKMAN ....................................... 42
Copyrights, Trademarks, and Patents and
FCC Notice................................................................ 43
Limited Warranty (U.S. only) ........................................ 44
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Key Guide
WÖRTER
E/D
DATEN
RECHNE
CLEAR
ZURÜCK
KARTE
EINGABE
HILFE
Colour Keys
(red) Goes to the Dictionary
menu.
(green) Changes the entry
language.
(yellow) Goes to the
Databank menu.
(blue) Goes to the calculator.
Displays the main menus in
the Dictionary, Databank
and Converter.
Turns the BOOKMAN on
or off.
At the Word Entry screen,
types a ? to stand for a
letter in a word. At a
menu, displays a menu
item. At a dictionary entry,
displays the headword.
MENÜ
AN/AUS
?*
Function Keys
Goes to the Word Entry
screen in the dictionary, clears
the calculator, and goes to the
main menus in the Databank
and Converter.
Backs up, erases a letter, or
turns off the highlight at an
entry.
Shifts to type capital letters
and punctuation marks.
Exits the book you were
reading.
Enters a word, selects an item,
or begins a highlight in an
entry.
Displays a help message.
Direction Keys
Move in the indicated
direction.
AUF
V
Pages up and down.
AB
At menus and dictionary
entries, pages down. At
the Word Entry screen,
types a space.
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Key Guide
2
+P
+ O2
2
+I
+ U2
+ ß2
+
?*
+
or
+
+
KARTE
AUF
V
AB
+
ZURÜCK
Key Combinations1
In the dictionary, shows
inflections.
In the dictionary, shows the
Phrases menu.
In the dictionary, shows the
User list menu.
In the dictionary, shows the
Games menu.
Goes to the Conversions
menu.
At the Word Entry screen,
types an asterisk to stand
for a series of letters in a
word.
At the menu, goes to the
first or last item. At a
dictionary entry, goes to
the start or end of the
entry.
Transfers a word between
books.
At a dictionary entry,
displays the previous or
next entry.
At a databank entry, exits
without saving your entry.
+ A3 Calculates a reciprocal (1/x).
+ S3
3
+D
+ F3
+ Y3
+ X3
+ C3
+ V3
+ B3
CLEAR
Calculates a square root (√x).
Squares a number (X2).
Calculates a percentage (%).
Changes the number on the
screen to a negative or positive
number (+/-).
Adds the number to the
number stored in the memory
(M+).
Subtracts the number from the
number stored in the memory
(M-).
Recalls the number stored in
the memory (MR).
Clears the memory (MC).
Clears the calculation(s).
3
These key combinations apply only when using
the calculator.
1
Hold the first key while pressing the second.
These key combinations apply only when using
the dictionary.
Calculator Keys
Types numbers in the
calculator.
Q-P
2
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Installing Batteries
Installing Book Cards
Your BOOKMAN 1460 is powered by
two AAA, 1.5-volt batteries. Follow these
easy instructions to install or replace
them.
1. Turn your BOOKMAN off.
2. Turn your BOOKMAN over.
3. Align the tabs on the book card
with the notches in the slot.
1. Turn your BOOKMAN® over.
2. Lift the battery cover on the
back of your BOOKMAN by
pushing it in the direction of
the arrow.
3. Install the batteries as shown
on the diagram in the battery
compartment.
4. Replace the battery cover.
4. Press the book card down until
it snaps into place.
Warning: If the batteries wear-out
completely, or if you take more than
approximately a minute while changing
the batteries, any information that was
entered in the built-in book or book card
will be erased.
➤ Removing Book Cards
Warning: Never install or remove a
book card while your BOOKMAN is on.
Any information that was entered in the
built-in book or book card will be erased.
➤ Resuming Where You Left Off
You can turn off your BOOKMAN at
any screen. When you turn it on
again, the last screen you viewed
appears.
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Selecting a Book
Using the Colour Keys
Once a book card is installed in the
BOOKMAN, you can select which book
you want to use.
The red, green, yellow, and blue colour
keys on your BOOKMAN change functions
according to the book card you select.
1. Turn your BOOKMAN on.
If you are using the built-in book, the
colour keys function as labelled on the
BOOKMAN keyboard. If you select a
book card, the colour keys function as
labelled on that book card.
2. Press
KARTE
.
These are sample books.
BOOKMAN ®
3. Press
or
to highlight the
book you want to use.
4. Press
EINGABE
to select it.
➤ About Screen Illustrations
Some screen illustrations in this
User’s Guide may differ slightly from
what you see on screen. This does
not mean that your BOOKMAN is
malfunctioning.
Remember, when you select a book
card, the colour keys function as labelled
on that book card, not the keyboard.
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Changing the Language
You can change the message and entry
language of this dictionary to German or
English.
➤ Changing the Entry Language
1. Press WÖRTER (red).
2. Press E/D (green) to toggle between the English and German entry screens.
This is the English entry screen.
The message language is the language of
the menus, prompts, and help messages.
The entry language is the language in which
you enter words.
The examples in the English part of this
User’s Guide use English as the message
language.
This is the German entry screen.
➤ Changing the Message Language
1. Press M E N Ü until the main menus
appear.
2. Use the arrow keys to highlight Message Language on the Sonstiges
menu.
3. Press
EINGABE
3. Press M E N Ü to see the
Dictionary menus.
4. Press E/D (green) to toggle between the two dictionaries.
[ENTER].
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Changing the Settings
Viewing a Demonstration
When using this dictionary, you can adjust the
type size, the shutoff time, and the screen
contrast. The shutoff time is how long your
BOOKMAN stays on if you forget to turn it off.
When no book card is installed, a
demonstration of this dictionary will
appear automatically when you turn on
the BOOKMAN.
Note: The screen illustrations in this User’s
Guide use the normal type size.
To stop the demonstration, press C L E A R .
To disable it, press M E N Ü [MENU] and then
select Disable Demo from the Setup
menu. TO re-enable it, select Enable
Demo.
1. Press M E N Ü [MENU] in the Dictionary, Databank or calculator.
2. Use the arrow keys to highlight Set Type Size, Set Shutoff,
or Set Contrast on the Setup
menu.
3. Press
4. Use
ting.
5. Press
EINGABE
or
When a book card is installed in your
BOOKMAN, select View Demo from the
Setup menu to see the demonstration.
➤ Help is Always at Hand
You can view a help message at any
screen by pressing
[HELP]. Use the
direction keys to read the message.
To exit help, press ZURÜCK [BACK].
To read a tutorial describing how to
use the product, select Tutorial from
the Setup menu.
[ENTER].
to highlight a new set-
HILFE
[ENTER] to select it. Press
ZURÜCK [BACK] to leave the setting unchanged.
EINGABE
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Finding English Words
➤ Finding English Words
1. Press WÖRTER (red).
2. Press E/D (green) until the
English entry screen appears.
To find a German word, use the
German entry screen.
3. Type one or more English words.
AUF
AB
➤ Finding Letters in Words
At the Word Entry screen, you can
type a question mark to stand for any
letter, or an asterisk to stand for a
series of letters. To type an asterisk,
To erase a letter, press ZURÜCK [BACK].
To type a capital, hold
[CAP] and press a
letter key.
and press
To type a hyphen, hold
4. Press EINGABE [ENTER].
5. Use ,
or
scroll down.
AB
[CAP] and press ?* . For
hold
example, enter conc??v*at the English
entry screen. You will see a list of
matching words. Choose the one you
want and press EINGABE [ENTER].
➤ Misspelling Words
If you enter a misspelled word a list of
corrections appears. If you enter a
word that is not in this dictionary you
will see a list of possible component
words. Highlight the word you want,
and then press EINGABE [ENTER] to see its
dictionary entry.
[SPACE] to
6. To see the entry word, press
?*
V
7. Hold
and press
or
to see
the next or previous dictionary
entry.
8. Press C L E A R when finished.
.
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Finding English Words
➤ Using the English Menu
1. Press WÖRTER (red) and then M E N Ü
[MENU].
2. Press E/D (green) till you see
.
3. Start typing an English word, for
example renew.
8. Press
➤ Understanding Next and Prev
4. When the word is highlighted,
press EINGABE [ENTER].
and press
or
When you hold
at a dictionary entry, one of two
things happens.
AB
AUF
AB
N
[SPACE] to
6. To see the entry word, press
?*
V
If the entry word has more than one
dictionary entry, the next or previous
entry for that word appears.
.
V
7. Hold
and press
or
to see
the next or previous dictionary
entry.
AUF
when finished.
➤ Understanding Definitions
Each dictionary entry contains the
headword in bold type followed by the
pronunciation guide (English only).
Grammatical information is in brackets
([]). Special information is in
parentheses. Phrases containing the
headword (if any) are listed last.
To undo a typed letter, press ZURÜCK
[BACK]. You can use the direction keys
to move the highlight.
5. Use ,
or
scroll down.
CLEAR
AB
If the entry word has only one entry,
the next or previous alphabetically
listed word appears.
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Highlighting Words
Finding Phrases
1. From the Topics menu, select
+
Traveller’s Phrases or press
O [PHRASE] at a blank Word Entry
screen.
You can highlight a word in a dictionary
entry and find its dictionary entry,
inflections or related phrases (if any).
1. Find the dictionary entry for
emergency.
To learn how, read “Entering English
Words”.
2. Select a category, (for e.g.
Emergencies) and then a
subcategory (for e.g. General).
3. Highlight a phrase (for e.g. It’s
urgent).
You can highlight an item by typing it
or by scrolling to it.
2. Press EINGABE [ENTER] to start the
highlight.
3. Use the arrow keys to highlight
a word.
If necessary, press E/D (green) to
make the input language English.
4. Press
EINGABE
[ENTER] to view it.
AUF
V
5. Hold
and press
or
to
see the next or previous phrase.
AB
4. Press EINGABE [ENTER] to view its
definition.
Or press
+ P to view its
inflections.
Or press
+ O to view its phrases.
5. Press ZURÜCK [BACK] to return to
the highlighted word.
6. Press ZURÜCK [BACK] again to turn
off the highlight.
7. Press C L E A R when finished.
6. Press M E N Ü [MENU] to return to
the dictionary menus.
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Finding Inflections
You can find the inflections of nouns, verbs,
and certain other words.
1. At an entry screen or at a
menu, type a word. For example, type examine at the
English entry screen.
If you want, press EINGABE [ENTER] to see
its dictionary entry.
4. To see the previous inflections,
hold
5. Press
+ P [INFLECTIONS].
2. Press
If the word you typed has more than one
part of speech, first highlight the form
you want and then press EINGABE [ENTER].
AUF
V
and press .
C L E A R when finished.
➤ Understanding Inflections
When you are viewing inflections in
their various tenses, you can press
[HELP] to see grammar help and
descriptions of the inflections, as well
as usage examples.
HILFE
3. To see more inflections of the
+ P [INFLECTIONS]
word press
repeatedly, or hold
and
press .
AB
To return to the inflections, press
ZURÜCK [BACK].
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Using the Personal Wordlist
➤ Other Ways to Add Words
You can also add words to your Personal
Wordlist directly from the Word Entry
screen or from a dictionary entry. Type
the word you want to add at the Word
Entry screen, or highlight the word of
your choice in a dictionary entry. Press
+ I [LIST]. You will see the Wordlist
menu with your word next to Add....
Press EINGABE [ENTER] to add it. Press C L E A R
You can add both English and German
words to your Personal Wordlist.
1. From the Topics menu, select
+
Personal Wordlist or press
I [LIST].
2. Press E/D (green) to select the
language you want.
3. Select Add a Word.
to return to the Word Entry screen.
➤ Viewing and Deleting Words
4. Type a word in the current
entry language.
5. Press
6. Press
EINGABE
ZURÜCK
1. Press
+ I [LIST] and then E/D
(green) for the language of
your choice.
2. To view your list, select ...List
and press EINGABE [ENTER].
You can then scroll through your list of
words.
3. To delete a word, select Delete
a Word.
Highlight the word of your choice and
press EINGABE [ENTER] to delete it.
4. To erase the entire list, select
Erase the List and press Y.
[ENTER] to add it.
[BACK] to return to
the menu.
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Playing the Games
➤ Changing Game Settings
You can choose the language you wish to
play in, the source and size of the words,
and the skill level.
1. From the Topics menu select
+ U [GAMES].
Games, or press
2. Press EINGABE [ENTER] to select Game
Settings.
➤ Selecting a Game
1. From the Topics menu select
Games, or press
+ U [GAMES].
2. Highlight a game and press
EINGABE [ENTER].
➤ Getting Help in the Games
During any game you can read instruc[HELP].
tions by pressing
HILFE
In all the games except Flashcards, you
[cap] and
can get a hint by holding
pressing ?* or reveal the game word by
pressing ?* .
3. Highlight a new source and size
in the WORDS menu and press
EINGABE .
Note: If you choose Personal List, ToeflEnglish Only or Enter Your Own, you
Note: If you get a hint or reveal the
word, you lose the round.
cannot choose the size of the words.
Hangman
4. Highlight a new skill level in
the SKILL menu and press
EINGABE .
5. Highlight Yes or No in the INFLECT
menu and press EINGABE to choose
whether or not you want inflections
used in the games.
6. Highlight English or German in
the LANG menu and press EINGABE .
Hangman selects a mystery word and
challenges you to guess it letter by letter.
The letters of the mystery word are hidden
by question marks. The number of guesses
remaining is indicated by #’s.
Type letters that you think are in the
mystery word. If you are correct, the letter
appears in place of the corresponding
question mark(s).
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Playing the Games
Flashcards
Word Train™
Flashcards flashes words on the screen for
you to define or study. You can practice
your vocabulary in either English or
German. To view the definition of the word,
press EINGABE . Then press ZURÜCK [BACK] to
try another word.
In Word Train, you and the train take turns
typing letters to form a word. Whoever types
the last letter of the word wins.
Gender Tutor
Gender Tutor asks you to guess the gender of
German nouns. Press M for masculine, F for
feminine and N for Neuter. Your score flashes
on the screen at the end of the round.
Conjumania™
Conjumania helps you practice conjugating English verbs. Enter the requested
form of the verb at the top of the screen.
To see the correct form, hold
[CAP]
and press ?* . To conjugate another
form of the same verb, press
[SPACE]. To conjugate another verb, hold
and press .
Word Auction
In Word Auction you must guess a mystery
word by buying letters before you run out of
money. Each letter costs money, regardless of
whether it is correct, incorrect, or whether it
has been guessed already. Commonly used
letters cost more than letters used
infrequently. The starting amount of money
varies depending on the level.
AB
Word Blaster™
To play, type a letter. If the letter that you
guess appears in the mystery word, it will be
revealed each time that it occurs in the word.
Continue typing letters until you correctly
guess the word or until you run out of money.
In Word Blaster you try to guess the
mystery word, represented by ?’s, before
all its letters appear. As soon as you know
the word, press EINGABE to stop the clock.
Then type your guess and press EINGABE .
The speed at which the letters appear is
set by the skill level.
Note: If you ask for a hint, it will cost you the
price of the letter plus $25.
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Using The Databank
➤ Adding Entries
You can store as many as 100 names and
telephone numbers in the databank. The total
depends on the size of each entry.
1. Press DATEN (yellow) to see the
Databank menu.
Note: In the Number: field, Q-P type
numbers. To type a letter (i.e. an email
address) hold
and press the letter key.
➤ Viewing or Editing Entries
1. Press DATEN (yellow) to see the
Databank menu.
2. Select View: XX entries (X%
free).
3. Highlight an entry by scrolling
to it or by typing its name.
4. To edit a highlighted entry,
press EINGABE [ENTER] and then enter
your changes.
You can press EINGABE to save your
and press ZURÜCK
changes or hold
[BACK] to cancel your changes.
2. Select Add an entry.
To select a menu item, highlight it and press
EINGABE [ENTER].
3. Enter a name and press EINGABE .
[CAP] and press a
To type a capital, hold
letter key. The first letter is automatically
capitalized. To make it lower case hold
and type the letter.
4. Enter a number and press EINGABE to
add your entry.
To Type...
a hyphen
an underscore
a slash
an @ sign
a period
a comma
➤ Deleting Entries
1. In the Databank menu, select
Delete an entry. Highlight an
entry on the list, and then
press EINGABE [ENTER] .
Use...
+
+N
+K
+M
+L
+J
2. To delete all the databank
entries, select Erase the list,
and then press Y.
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Using The Databank
➤ Using a Password
You can use a password to prevent
unauthorized access to the databank.
Warning! Always write the password in a safe,
separate location. If you lose or forget the
password, you may be able to use the databank
again only by removing the batteries from your
BOOKMAN, which will permanently erase all the
information stored in the databank.
1. Press DATEN (yellow) to see the
Databank menu.
2. Select Set password.
3. Type a password of up to eight
characters and press EINGABE
[ENTER].
4. Press C to confirm.
The password that you set will now be
requested the first time that the databank is
used during a session.
5. To change the password, repeat
Steps 1-4.
To remove a password, press EINGABE
on a blank screen.
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If you misplace your password, you can
regain access to your BOOKMAN by
contacting Franklin Electronic Publishers,
Inc.
In the U.S., first call 609-239-4333 to
obtain a return authorization code. Then
mail your BOOKMAN unit, with your
return authorization code, to Franklin
Electronic Publishers, Inc., One Franklin
Plaza, Burlington, NJ 08016.
In Germany, send your carefully
packaged BOOKMAN unit to Franklin
Electronic Publishers (Deutschland)
GMbH, Lohstrasse 22b, D-85445
Schwaig, Flughafen München, Deutschland. Remember to enclose a note
explaining your need to regain access
through having lost or forgotten your
password and make sure your full name
and address is included.
Using the Calculator
➤ Making Calculations
To Calculate...
1. Press
reciprocals (1/x)
RECHNE
(blue).
2. Type a number.
You can type up to 10 digits. To type a
decimal, press the full stop (.’) key.
To change the sign of a number, press
Y (+/-).
3. Press one of the arrow keys to
enter a math function.
4. Type another number.
squares (x2)
+D
percentages (%)
+F
square roots (√x)
+S
negative numbers (+/-)
+Y
➤ Using the Calculator Memory
1. In the calculator, make a
calculation or type a number.
2. To add the number on the
screen to the number stored in
memory, press X (M+). To
subtract the number on the
screen from the number stored
in memory, press C (M-).
M indicates the number is stored in
memory.
3. To retrieve the number from
memory, press V (MR).
4. To clear the memory, press B
(MC).
5. Press EINGABE [ENTER].
To repeat the calculation, press
EINGABE again. To scroll up or down,
or .
use
6. Press C L E A R to clear the current
calculations.
AUF
Use...
+A
V
AB
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Using the Converter
The converter allows you to convert
measurements and currency.
➤ Making Currency Conversions
1. Press
➤ Making Metric Conversions
1. Press
+ ß.
3. Enter a conversion rate.
2. Select a conversion category
(for e.g., Weights).
3. Select a conversion (for e.g.,
grams/ounces).
4. Type a number after one of the
units.
or
to move between the
Use
lines.
5. Press
EINGABE
+ ß.
2. Use
+
to select Currency
Converter. Press EINGABE [ENTER].
The rate should be in units of the other
currency per one unit of the home currency
(n other/1 home).
4. Enter an amount for the home or
other currency.
Use
or
to move between the
lines. Use ZURÜCK to erase a number.
[ENTER] to convert it.
5. Press
6. Use ZURÜCK [BACK] to delete a
number.
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EINGABE
[ENTER] to convert it.
Transferring Words
Between Books
Resetting Your
BOOKMAN
If the keyboard fails to respond, or if the
screen performs erratically, first press
twice. If
C L E A R [CLEAR] and then press
nothing happens, follow the steps below.
This dictionary can transfer words with
certain other BOOKMAN book cards.
AN/AUS
To send a word to another book, you
must first install a book card in your
BOOKMAN unit, and that book card
must be able to send or receive words in
the selected language. To learn if a book
card can send or receive words, read its
User’s Guide.
Warning! Pressing the reset button
with more than light pressure may permanently disable your BOOKMAN. In addition, resetting BOOKMAN erases settings and information entered in its builtin book, and in an installed bookcard.
1. Highlight a word in this
dictionary.
To highlight a word in a dictionary
entry, press EINGABE [ENTER] and then
use the arrow keys. To highlight a
or .
word in a list use
AN/AUS
.
1. Hold C L E A R and press
If nothing happens, try Step 2.
2. Use a paper clip to gently press
the reset button on BOOKMAN.
The reset button is recessed in a pin.
sized hole to the left of
2. Hold
and press KARTE [CARD].
3. Highlight the icon of the other
book.
4. Press EINGABE .
The word you highlighted appears in
the other book.
AN/AUS
5. Press EINGABE again if needed to
search for that word.
This unit may change operating modes due to
Electrostatic Discharge. Normal operation of this unit
can be reestablished by pressing the reset key,
or by removing/replacing batteries.
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AN/AUS
,
Copyrights, Trademarks,
and Patents
Model BDK-1460
• Batteries: two AAA 1.5-volt
• Size: 12.9 x 8.5 x 1.6 cm.
• Weight: 113.39 g.
© 1998 Franklin Electronic Publishers, Inc.,
Burlington, N.J. 08016-4907 USA. All
rights reserved.
© Dictionary data from PONS
Kompakwörterbuch Englisch by Ernst Klett
Verlag GmbH, Stuttgart, Federal Republic
of Germany, 1997.
FCC tested to Comply with FCC standards.
PONS is a registered trademark of Ernst
Klett Verlag GmbH
FOR HOME OR OFFICE USE.
U.S. Patents 4,490,811; 4,830,618; 4,891,775;
4,892,181; 5,113,340; 5,007,019; 5,153,831;
5,203,705; 5,229,936; 5,249,965; 5,295,070;
5,321,609; 5,396,606; 5,218,536; 5,333,313;
5,627,726.
Euro. Patent 0 136 379.
German Pats. Reg. No. M9409743.7;
Reg. No. M9409744.5.
PATENT PENDING.
ISBN 1-56712-483-6
FCC Notice
Complies with the limits for a Class B computing device pursuant to Subpart B of part
15 of 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.
Limited Warranty (outside U.S.)
This product, excluding batteries, is
guaranteed by Franklin for a period of one
year from the date of purchase. It will be
repaired or replaced with an equivalent
product (at Franklin’s option) free of charge for
any defect due to faulty workmanship or
materials.
Products purchased outside the United
States that are returned under warranty
should be returned to the original vendor
with proof of purchase and description of
fault. Charges will be made for all repairs
unless valid proof of purchase is provided.
This warranty explicitly excludes defects
due to misuse, accidental damage, or wear
and tear. This guarantee does not affect the
consumer’s statutory rights.
FTP-28002-00
P/N 7201328
Rev A
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material and workmanship for a period of ONE YEAR from the date of original retail purchase, as evidenced by sales
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