royal atb3 instruction manual
ROYAL ATB3 INSTRUCTION MANUAL
Thank you for purchasing this electronic Holy Bible. Please read this manual
carefully to become familiarized with the product’s many features and to ensure
years of reliable operation.
NOTICE
We assume no responsibility for any damage or loss resulting from the
use of this manual. We strongly recommend that separate, permanent
printed records be kept of any personal data you store in the product.
Under certain circumstances, such as exposure to an electrostatic discharge,
data may be lost or altered, or the unit may become inoperative until reset.
Therefore, we assume no responsibility for data lost or rendered unusable,
whether as a result of improper use, repair, battery replacement, or use after
the specified battery life has expired from similar causes. We assume no
responsibility, directly or indirectly, for financial losses or claims from third
persons resulting from the use of this product and all of its functions, such as
stolen credit card numbers, the loss or alteration of stored data, etc.
This product was not designed to bend or survive extreme pressure or
temperatures. Do not carry it in your trouser or pants pockets. When in a bag
or briefcase, make sure that it is stationary and well padded and protected. Do
not leave or store the product in environments where temperature ranges can
be extreme. Do not apply harsh chemicals or water to the display.
FEDERAL COMMUNICATIONS COMMISSION (FCC) RADIO FREQUENCY
INTERFERENCE STATEMENT INFORMATION TO THE USER:
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.
Warning: Changes or modifications to this unit not expressly approved by the
party responsible for compliance could void the user’s authority to operate the
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
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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:
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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 needed.
Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help.
Notes:
Shielded cables must be used with this unit to ensure compliance
with the Class B FCC limits.
The Responsible party information:
Royal Consumer Information Products, Inc. – 379 Campus Drive, 2nd Floor,
Somerset, NJ 08875, USA
TEL: 732-627-9977
IN CANADA:
This digital apparatus does not exceed the Class B limits for radio noise
emissions from digital apparatus as set forth in the radio interference
regulations of the Canadian Department of Communications.
AU CANADA:
Cet appareil digital respecte les normes de la Classe B pour les émissions de
fréquences radio telles qu´indiquées dans la loi sur les interférences radio et
mises en application par le département canadien des communications.
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PRODUCT SUPPORT HOTLINE:
For questions on use of this product or this warranty call 1-800-272-6229 (in
Canada call 1-888-266-9380 or in Mexico call 01-800-849-4826, Monday
through Friday during normal business hours. You can also e-mail Royal at
[email protected]
INSTALLING THE BATTERIES AND RESETTING THE PRODUCT
Before using your product for the first time, you will need to install the batteries.
Remove the battery compartment door. Follow the illustration inside the
product to correctly install the batteries
IMPORTANT INFORMATION - USING YOUR ELECTRONIC BIBLE FOR THE
FIRST TIME
YOU MUST RESET YOUR ELECTRONIC BIBLE BEFORE USING IT FOR
THE FIRST TIME!
You must reset your unit before using it for the first time. After installing the
batteries, you should see a message in the screen that says “Full Reset” and
“Refresh”. YOU MUST SELECT “FULL RESET” TO FULLY RESET THE
UNIT.
The unit may need to be reset or refreshed from time to time if it is subjected to
electrostatic shock or interference. The fastest way is to remove and then
reinsert the batteries. Alternatively you can insert a pointed object, such as a
pencil point or the open end of a paperclip into the RESET hole located on the
back of the unit. Press lightly until the screen displays “Full Reset” and
“Refresh”. Select “Full Reset” to delete all data. Select “Refresh” to keep data.
After resetting the unit, the date and time will need to be reset as described
below.
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Low Power Detection
“Low Battery” message appears and the unit will turn off automatically if low
battery power is detected. Change the batteries. You may need to reset the
organizer, as described previously. After changing the batteries, select
“Refresh” to keep your data.
Contrast Control
Press
to view the menu. Touch
to select the Contrast Control and
touch OK.
Touch
/
to adjust the LCD contrast for easy viewing
Insert & Overwrite
To toggle between insert or overwrite, touch SHIFT then touch DEL.
Home Time / Daily Alarm:
Press
to view the menu. Touch
to select Clock and touch OK.
A. SETTING DATE AND TIME
To set the correct time, touch the NEW key. Use
/
key select the date
or time and touch OK key to edit that field.
Editing Date
1. A calendar screen is displayed. Touch numeric key to change the year
2. Touch
/
key to change the month.
3. Using cursor keys to move to the desired date.
4. Touch OK to confirm.
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Editing time
1. Change the Hour and Minute using numeric keys.
2. In 12 hour display format, touch A to set am and touch P to set pm.
3. Touch OK to confirm.
After change date and time, touch BACK to save and go back to time view
screen
Setting Daylight Savings (DST)
In the Time view screen, touch D to turn Daylight Savings on or off. When
turning DST on, the displayed time will increase one hour.
B. DAILY ALARM
In the time view screen, touch A key to enter daily alarm screen.
To set the daily alarm:
1. Touch NEW to enter a new alarm.
2. Change the Hour and Minute using numeric keys
3. In 12 hour display format, touch A to set am and touch P to set pm.
4. Touch OK to confirm.
5. Touch
key to enable the alarm and the “On” is highlighted.
6. Touch
key to disable the alarm and the “Off” is highlighted.
When home time reaches the time set for the daily alarm, the alarm tone will
beep for 30 seconds. Touch any key to stop the alarm tone.
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Holy Bible
Your new Electronic Holy Bible contains an audio version of the King
James Version Bible (KJV) and the complete text versions of the KJV and
World English Bibles.
Accessing / Reading the Bible:
Press
to view the menu. Touch
to select the World English or King
James Version of the Bible and touch OK. As you read the Bible, you will notice
a W or a K at the upper left corner of the screen. This will tell you which version
of the Bible you are reading at that time.
Select the Old Testament or New Testament and touch OK.
You are now presented with a list of the books in the testament you selected.
Touch the OK key to start with the first book listed or:
-
Use the
key to scroll through the list of books. Touch the OK key to
select the book you want to read or:
-
Type the first letter of the book you want to read and the list of books will
jump to the books starting with the letter you typed. Touch the OK key to
select the book you want to read.
-
As you read the Bible, you will notice a W or a K at the upper left corner
of the screen. This will tell you which version of the Bible you are reading
at that time.
Enlarge On-Screen Characters
-
Touch the space key to enlarge the characters on the screen. Touch the
key again to restore the font to the standard size.
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Searching for, or starting with, a particular chapter or verse:
Find the book first as outlined above. Once you have the indicator on the book
you desire, touch the chap key and enter the desired chapter. Next touch the
verse key and enter the desired verse.
Audio (talking) Bible – King James Version only:
λ
Touch the play key to start the audio when viewing your desired verse.
λ
Touch the play key again to stop the audio.
λ
While the audio is playing the text version of the Bible will automatically
scroll on the screen. If you have selected large character viewing, the audio
may be slightly ahead of the text on your screen from time to time. To
adjust this, return to normal sized characters by touching the space key.
Adjusting Audio Volume and Auto Scroll
λ
Touch the + / -
key to adjust the volume of the audio while the bible is
playing.
λ
Touch + key to increase the audio.
λ
Touch - key to decrease the audio. To auto scroll the text without the audio
simply decrease the level of audio as described above.
Quick Jumping between Bible Versions
Touch the Q-JUMP key to switch between Bible versions while viewing any
biblical text. This will allow you to compare the text you are reading between
both Bible versions.
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Keeping your Place
Your Electronic Bible will remember your place when you turn off the unit. Next
time you turn the unit on, the text that was on the screen when you turned the
unit off will be displayed and you can continue reading from that point.
Inspirational Verses by Topic
Your new electronic Bible has a stored list of frequently searched inspirational
verses, broken down by topic. To access these verses:
Touch the INSP key. Use the
key to scroll through the list of topic and
touch the OK key to select the desired topic or:
Type the first letter of the topic and the unit will jump to the topics starting with
that letter.
Touch the OK key to select the desired topic.
Touch the OK key to read the verses shown on the screen. You can continue
reading from that point if you desire or touch the BACK key to return to the list
of verses show and select another verse. At any point you can touch the
Q-JUMP key to view / compare the selected verses between Bible versions.
Searching by Key Word
Your new electronic Bible has the ability to search by over 18,000 indexed key
words or terms. To search for verses containing the desired word or term:
Press
to view the menu. Touch
to select the World English or King
James Version of the Bible and touch OK.
Select the Old Testament or New Testament and touch OK.
You are now presented with a list of the books in the testament you selected.
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Touch the FIND Key.
-
Enter the desired word or term and touch the OK key.
-
You will be prompted to search the Old Testament, New Testament or
the entire Bible. Use the
-
key to make your selection and touch OK.
A list of verses containing the word or term will be displayed. Scroll
through the list and touch the OK key to read that verse. When finished,
touch the BACK key to select another verse.
Random Verse
Random verses can be displayed by touching the SHIFT key followed by the
FAV/random key.
Favorite Verses
You may store favorite verses for quick reference. The steps are as follows:
-
Locate the verse you want to save.
-
Touch the NEW key.
-
Enter a note you wish to store with the verse.
-
Touch the OK key.
To display your list of favorite verses:
-
While viewing Bible text, touch the FAV key.
-
Scroll through the list of verses and touch the OK key to display the note
of the desired verse. Touch the BACK key to return to the list of verses.
-
Scroll through the list of verses and touch FAV key to view the desired
verse
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52 Week Bible Reading Plan
Press
to go to the main menu. Touch shift key followed by P key to go into
weekly reading plan. You are provided a 52 week reading plan that allow you to
complete reading the whole bible within a year.
λ
Use the
/
key or
/
key to scroll through the 52 week and
touch the OK key to view the recommended books and chapters for the
selected week.
λ
The unit memorizes the last verse in the selected week you have read and
you can continue reading by just selecting the week you wanted and touch
the OK key.
Contact Book
Press
to view the menu. Touch
to select the Contact Book and touch
OK.
-
Touch NEW to enter a new record input.
-
Enter a name in the first line of the screen,
-
Touch
-
Touch OK at any time will save the inputted record and return to Contact
to go to other fields that you want to store information.
book entry screen.
Phone list view shows the list of names, sorted alphabetically according to each
name “Last Name, First Name” stored in the record’s name field. To view the
phone list sorted by Company name, press Space key.
Searching for a Contact
There are two ways to find contact book records. They are as follows:
-
Touch the alphabet key on the keyboard to quickly go to the beginning of
that group of letter.
-
Touch the
/
or
/
keys to scroll through the list of contacts.
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Editing Contact Records
-
In the Contact Book mode, search the record to be edited. Touch SHIFT,
and then NEW.
-
Modify the fields you wanted.
-
After editing, touch OK to save.
Deleting Contacts
-
In Contact book mode, locate the contact record to be deleted and then
touch DEL.
-
The screen will display “Sure to delete the record?” Touch OK to delete
or touch BACK to abort the deletion.
Scheduler
Press
to view the menu. Touch
to select the Scheduler and touch
OK.
Touch the NEW key to add a new record.
The cursor is ready for you to start entering characters in the note field.
Touch
/
key to scroll through all fields
At the desired field (except note field), touch
key to change the information.
In date field, select a date from a provided calendar and touch OK key to exit
date editing.
In time field, enter the time value and touch OK key to exit time editing
In alarm field, touch
key to toggle the alarm on /off.
Touch OK key to save the information.
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Scheduler list view shows the list of records, sorted chronologically according to
the date and start time stored in the record. To view the scheduler list sorted by
Note, touch space key.
Searching Scheduler Record
There are several ways to find records in the scheduler application. They are as
follows:
•
Touch the alphabet keys on the keyboard to quickly move to the
beginning of that group of letters.
•
Touch
/
or
/
keys to scroll through a long list of
scheduler.
Editing Scheduler records
•
Locate the record to be edited. Touch SHIFT and then NEW.
•
After editing, Touch OK to save the edited record or touch other function key
to quit without saving.
Deleting Scheduler records
Locate the record to be deleted. Touch DEL. The unit will display “Sure to
delete the record?”. Touch OK to confirm deletion or touch BACK to abort the
deletion.
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Calendar
Press
to view the menu. Touch
to select the Calendar and touch OK.
Calendar displays the current month with current day highlighted.
Touch
/
or
/
keys to move to the next or previous month.
Calculator
Press
to view the menu. Touch
to select the Calculator and touch
OK.
It is a 12-digit calculator with simple arithmetic operations (+, -, x, ÷ and %) and
square root function.
MEMORY
Press
to view the menu. Touch
to select the Memory and touch OK.
There are memory used and memory initialize. The memory used function
allows you to keep track of the memory space. Memory is shown as percentage
used.
The memory initialize function allow you to clear all the contact book and
scheduler records stored in the memory,
Defragmentation
Press
to view the menu. Touch
to select the Defragmentation and
touch OK.
Perform this optimization regularly to optimize the usage and speed of the
memory. The process might take a few minutes. Once the procedure is started,
do not turn the unit OFF. The unit will not accept any input while the memory
optimization is processing. The screen will automatically return to the Menu
screen after finishing the process.
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Contrast Control
Press
to view the menu. Touch
to select the Contrast Control and
touch OK.
Touch
/
to adjust the LCD contrast for easy viewing
Volume (Audio)
Press
to view the menu. Touch
to select the Talking Volume and
touch OK.
Touch
/
to adjust the talking volume. A “Hello” voice will be spoken out
for your reference.
System
Press
to view the menu. Touch
•
Date and Time formats – use
•
Key Tone – use
•
Auto Shut-off – use
/
to select the System and touch OK.
/
key to select your desired format.
key to toggle on/off the key click tones.
/
key to select from 1,2,3,4 or 5 minutes.
SPECIAL SYMBOLS
The following special symbols are available by touching SHIFT and then @
key. Scroll to the desired symbol and touch the OK key.
Select symbol
À
É È
Ú Ù
( )
# $
Ä Â Å Ã Æ Ó Ò Ö
Ë Ê Í Ì Ï Î Ô Õ
Ü Û Ý Ÿ Ñ Ç Ø ß
: ; ? ! / " = @
% & - ' + . * ,
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In symbol selection menu, touch CAP key to toggle between upper and lower
case.
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Reserved.
WARRANTY & TECHNICAL SUPPORT
STANDARD WARRANTY
ROYAL CONSUMER INFORMATION PRODUCTS, INC. ("Royal"), at 2
Riverview Drive, Somerset, NJ 08873 USA WARRANTS that your NEW
Product is free of defects of workmanship and materials. If there is a defect or
malfunction of this product, Royal will repair it free of charge as follows:
PARTS: New or comparable rebuilt parts in exchange for defective parts for
ONE (1) YEAR from date of customer purchase.
LABOR: Royal provides labor warranty for NINETY (90) DAYS from date of
end-user purchase. Product must be sent postage prepaid and insured to
Royal in accordance with the warranty procedures outlined below.
At
completion of the repair, the consumer will be responsible for return shipping
charges from Royal, and for any parts or services no longer covered under
warranty.
This warranty does not apply to persons who purchased this product secondhand or used.
This warranty does not include adjustments, parts and/or repairs required by
circumstances beyond the control of Royal, including but not limited to fire or
other casualty, accident, neglect, abuse, misuse, abnormal use or battery
leakage damages.
THERE ARE NO OTHER EXPRESSED WARRANTIES EXCEPT AS STATED
HEREIN. AFTER THE PERIOD OF EXPRESSED WARRANTY SET FORTH
HEREIN, THERE ARE NO EXPRESSED OR IMPLIED WARRANTIES AND
THOSE EXCLUDED INCLUDE THOSE OF MERCHANTABILITY AND
FITNESS FOR PARTICULAR PURPOSE. Royal shall NOT be held liable for
CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES resulting from any failure, defect or malfunction
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of this product. Some States do not allow limitations on how long an implied
warranty lasts and some States do not allow the exclusion or limitation of
incidental or consequential damages, so the above limitations may not apply to
you.
WARRANTY PROCEDURES
TO OBTAIN SERVICE UNDER THE TERMS OF THIS WARRANTY:
Please do the following:
1.
Send a copy of your original sales receipt showing original purchase
date along with your mailing address and a note describing the nature
of the problem to:
Royal Consumer Information Products, Inc.
Warranty Processing
2 Riverview Drive, 3rd Floor
Somerset, NJ 08873
Do Not Return the Product to This Address!
2.
You will receive a return authorization number within 7-12 business
days from the date your return request is received if it is determined that
there is a basis for a replacement product. The return authorization
form you receive will list the return procedures, applicable charges, if
any, and the correct shipping address for the returned product.
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PRODUCT SUPPORT HOTLINE:
For questions on use of this product or this warranty call 1-800-272-6229 (in
Canada call 1-888-266-9380 or in Mexico call 01-800-849-4826, Monday
through Friday during normal business hours. You can also e-mail Royal at
[email protected]
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