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Calculated Industries Material Estimator
MATERIAL ESTIMATOR™
The Material Estimator calculator helps
you save time, cut costly errors – and lets
you measure and estimate like a pro!
Quickly Solve:
• Feet-Inch-Fractions, Yards, and Metric
Dimensional Problems
• Feet-Inch-Fractions, Yards, and Metric
Conversions
• Problems Involving All Fractions –
1/2-1/64ths!
• Instant Areas and Volumes
• Material Quantity (e.g., Concrete,
Flooring)
TABLE OF CONTENTS
KEY DEFINITIONS..................................1
Basic Function Keys ............................1
Unit Keys .............................................2
Project Keys.........................................4
Miscellaneous Functions .....................9
Paperless Tape Example ...................10
Preference Settings ...........................11
EXAMPLES ...........................................12
Adding and Subtracting Strings of
Dimensions ....................................12
Multiplying Dimensions ......................12
Dividing Dimensions ..........................13
Percent Calculations..........................13
Square Area.......................................14
Square Root.......................................14
Entering Square and Cubic and
Adding a Waste Allowance ............14
Linear Conversions............................15
Square and Cubic Conversions.........16
Using the Memory .............................17
PROJECT EXAMPLES ........................18
Paint: Gallons, Quarts or Pints of ......18
Tiles: Number of ................................18
Custom Tiles: Number of – Using a
Non-Default Custom Size ..............19
Deck: Number of Boards ...................20
Fence: Number of Fence Boards,
Posts and Rails..............................21
Board Feet: Lumber Estimation.........22
Studs: Number of...............................22
Sheets: Number of.............................23
Flooring: Length of.............................23
Concrete: Bags of..............................24
Bricks/Blocks: Number of,
for a Wall........................................24
Gravel: Tons of ..................................25
FINDING THE COST OF
MATERIALS ..........................................25
Cost of Paint ......................................25
APPENDIX ............................................26
Setting Fractional Resolution.............26
Default Settings .................................27
Auto-Shut Off .....................................27
Accuracy/Errors .................................28
Battery ...............................................29
Replacing the Battery ........................29
Reset .................................................29
AREA AND VOLUME FORMULAS ......30
Area Formulas ...................................30
Volume Formulas...............................31
REPAIR AND RETURN.........................32
Warranty, Repair and Return
Information.....................................32
WARRANTY ..........................................33
FCC CLASS B ......................................35
LOOKING FOR NEW IDEAS................35
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.
C
Convert Key — Used with
the dimensional keys to
convert between dimensions or with other keys to
access special functions.
s
Store Key — Used for storing values.
v
Recall Key — Used with
other keys to recall stored
values and settings.
POCKET REFERENCE GUIDE — 1
Unit Keys
Y
Yards Key — Enters or
converts to Yards.
E
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 E 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 denominator
(bottom value) is not
entered, the calculator's
fractional accuracy setting is
automatically used.
POCKET REFERENCE GUIDE — 2
C5
Meters (m) — Enters or
converts to Meters.
C7
Centimeters (cm) — Enters
or converts to Centimeters.
C9
Millimeters (mm) — Enters
or converts to Millimeters.
C8
Board Feet (Bd Ft) —
Enters or converts Cubic
values to Board Feet.
One Board Foot is equal to
144 Cubic Inches.
POCKET REFERENCE GUIDE — 3
Project Keys
P
Paint — Calculates volume
of paint, based on an
entered area and a stored
Paint Coverage per
Gallon. Finds quantity in
Gallons, Quarts or Pints
upon repeated presses.
sP
Paint Coverage — Stores
Paint Coverage per Gallon
in Square Feet. To recall
this setting, press v P.
Default is 350 Square Feet
per Gallon.
T
Tile — Finds the number of
tiles, based on an entered
area and a user-stored
Grout Width. Repeated
presses will scroll between
numbers of tiles for various
“standard” tile sizes (18”,
16”, 13”, 12”, 10”, 8”, 6”, 4”,
2”, 1” and 24”).
Note: Tile sizes shown in Inches, not Square Inches.
In other words, a 6 Inch tile is really 6 Inches x
6 Inches, or a 36 Square Inch tile, but it is labeled
as a 6 Inch-size.
sTa
Grout Width – Stores
Grout Width in Inches; used
in calculating the number of
tiles. To recall this setting,
press v T. Default is 0
(no grout width).
POCKET REFERENCE GUIDE — 4
D
Deck — Finds the number
of boards for a deck, based
on an entered area and a
stored Board Width or
Board On-center.
Repeated presses will scroll
between numbers of boards
for various “standard” board
lengths (12’, 10’, 8’, 20’, 18’,
16’ and 14’).
sD
Board Width/O.C. — Stores
Board Width or Board
On-center, in Inches, for
deck or fence calculations.
To recall this setting,
press v D. Default is
5-11/16 Inches.
f
Fence — Multi-function
key that finds the number
of fence boards, number of
posts and number of
rails (2-Rail and 3-Rail)
based on an entered
distance, a stored Board
Width/O.C. and a stored
Post Spacing.
sf
Post Spacing — Stores
Post Spacing On-center for
fence in Feet-Inches. To
recall this setting, press
v f. Default is 8 Feet.
POCKET REFERENCE GUIDE — 5
S
Studs — Calculates
number of studs, based
on an entered linear
distance and a stored
On-center Spacing.
Note: Automatically adds one stud to the calculated
answer to account for one on the end.
sS
On-center for Studs —
Stores On-center spacing
for studs in Inches. To
recall this setting, press
v S. Default is 16”.
F
Flooring — Calculates the
required length for 12’, 13’,
15’ or 6’ wide rolls, based on
an entered area. Calculates
the coverage area, in
Square yards, for each roll
width, based on the entered
length.
CF
Sheets — Calculates the
number of 4’ x 8’, 4’ x 9’,
4’ x 10’ and 4’ x 12’ sheets,
based on entered linear
distance or area.
c
Custom Tile — Calculates
number of tiles needed
based on an entered area
and a stored Tile Size. This
is used separately from the
regular Tile Key ( T).
Note: Calculation does not account for grout width for
custom tiles, so you will need to adjust for this.
POCKET REFERENCE GUIDE — 6
sc
Custom Tile Size — Stores
Custom Tile Size in Square
Inches. To recall this setting,
press v c. Default is
24-Square Inches.
b
Concrete — Calculates the
number of 80 lbs., 60 lbs.
and 40 lbs. bags of
concrete required, based
on an entered volume
(e.g., Cubic Feet or Cubic
Yards). Calculates the
volume of concrete yielded
by the entered quantity of
bags for each of the
three bag sizes.
Cb
Brick — Calculates the
number of standard
8-Inch-size U.S. bricks
(with 3/8” mortar) based
on entered linear distance
(or area) for both “face”
(21-Square Inch) and
“paver” (32-Square Inch)
brick applications.
B
Block — Calculates the
number of standard
128-Square Inch blocks
(includes 1/2” mortar),
based on an entered linear
distance or area and a
stored Block Size.
POCKET REFERENCE GUIDE — 7
sB
Block Size — Stores the
Block Size. Stores linear
entry as Block Length
and area as Block Area.
To recall this setting,
press v B. The default
length is 16 Inches and
the default area is 128
Square Inches (includes
1/2” mortar).
G
Gravel — Calculates tons of
gravel required, based on
an entered volume and a
stored Weight per Volume.
sG
Gravel Weight per
Volume — Stores the
number of Tons per Cubic
Yard of gravel. To recall
this setting, press v G.
Default is 1.5 Tons per
Cubic Yard.
C0
Cost — Calculates total
material cost based on
stored Unit Cost and
entered or solved material
quantity.
s0
Unit Cost — Stores the
Unit Cost for calculating the
total cost. To recall this setting, press v 0. Default
is 0.00 (no Unit Cost).
POCKET REFERENCE GUIDE — 8
Miscellaneous Functions
C.
(
C÷
(1/x) Reciprocal — Finds
the reciprocal of a number
(e.g., 8 C ÷ 0.125).
Cx
Clear All — Clears all values, including M+, and
returns all stored values to
the default settings (does
not affect Preference
Settings).
C–
(+/–) Toggle
) Square Root
C+
Pi (
C%
x 2 — Squares the value in
the display.
Cs
Preference Settings
μ
Memory Key — Adds the
displayed value to Memory.
Clears when the calculator
is shut off.
Çμ
Memory Minus (M–) —
Subtracts the displayed
value from Memory.
®μ
Memory Recall —
Recalls value from Memory
without clearing.
Ç®
Memory Clear — Clears
Memory without changing
current display.
) 3.141593
POCKET REFERENCE GUIDE — 9
®®
Memory Clear — Clears
Memory and displays
Memory Total.
v=
Paperless Tape – Useful
for checking figures, as it
scrolls through your past
20 entries or calculations.
Press v = 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
6E+
5E+
4E=
v=
+
+
+
–
=
+10E=
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
POCKET REFERENCE GUIDE — 10
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
INCH
INCH
INCH
INCH
INCH
INCH
INCH
INCH
INCH
INCH
Preference Settings
Press C, then s, then keep pressing
s to toggle through the main settings.
Press the + key to advance within sub-setting. Use the – key to back up. Press the
o key to exit Preferences.
PRESS C AND:
SETTING--FUNCTION
First press
of s:
+
+
+
+
+
+
Second press
of s:
+
+
+
+
Third press
of s:
+
+
+
+
Fourth press
of s:
+
+
Fifth press
of s:
+
+
Fractional Resolution:
--1/16
--1/32
--1/64
--1/2
--1/4
--1/8
--1/16 (repeats options)
Area Displays:
--Std.
--0. SQ FEET
--0. SQ YD
--0. SQ M
--Std. (repeats options)
Volume Displays:
--Std.
--0. CU YD
--0. CU FEET
--0. CU M
--Std. (repeats options)
Meter Linear Displays:
--0.000 M
--FLOAt M (floating point)
--0.000 M (repeats options)
Fractional Mode:
--Std.
--COnSt
--Std. (repeats options)
POCKET REFERENCE GUIDE — 11
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
6E2I1/2+
6 FEET 2-1/2
11E5I1/4+
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
3x15E3I3/4=
45 FEET 11-1/4
INCH
Multiply 5 Feet 3 Inches by 11 Feet
6-1/2 Inches:
KEYSTROKE
DISPLAY
5E3Ix11E
6I1/2=
60.59375
SQ FEET
POCKET REFERENCE GUIDE — 12
Dividing Dimensions
Divide 15 Feet 3-3/4 Inches into thirds
(divide by 3):
KEYSTROKE
DISPLAY
oo
0.
15E3I3/4÷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 E ÷ 3 E 6 I = 7.142857
(or 7 whole pieces)
Percent Calculations
Add a 10% waste allowance to 2.78
Cubic Yards.
KEYSTROKE
DISPLAY
oo
2•78YYY+10%
3.058
0.
CU YD
What is 25% of $1,575?
KEYSTROKE
DISPLAY
oo
1575x25%
0.
393.75
POCKET REFERENCE GUIDE — 13
Square Area
Find the area of a square room with sides
measuring 15 Feet 8-1/2 Inches.
KEYSTROKE
DISPLAY
oo
0.
15E8I1/2
15 FEET 8-1/2 INCH
C % (x 2)
246.7517 SQ FEET
Square Root
What is the Square Root of 200?
KEYSTROKE
oo
200C•(
DISPLAY
)
0.
14.14214
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
55EE+10%
60.5 SQ
150EEE+20%
180. CU
POCKET REFERENCE GUIDE — 14
0.
FEET
FEET
Linear Conversions
Convert 10 feet 6 Inches to other
dimensions, including Metric:
KEYSTROKE
oo
1 0 E 6 Ii
CY
CI
C 5 (m)
C 7 (cm)
C 9 (mm)
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
oo
14E7I1/2
14
CE
DISPLAY
0.
7-1/2 INCH
14.625 FEET
FEET
Convert 22.75 Feet to Feet-Inches:
KEYSTROKE
oo
22•75E
CE
DISPLAY
0.
22.75 FEET
22 FEET 9 INCH
POCKET REFERENCE GUIDE — 15
Square and Cubic Conversions
Convert 14 Square Feet to Square Yards:
KEYSTROKE
oo
14EE
CY
DISPLAY
0.
14 SQ FEET
1.555556 SQ YD
Convert 25 Square Yards to Square Feet:
KEYSTROKE
oo
25YY
CE
DISPLAY
0.
25 SQ YD
225. SQ FEET
Convert 12 Cubic Feet to Cubic Yards:
KEYSTROKE
oo
12EEE
CY
DISPLAY
0.
12 CU FEET
0.444444 CU YD
POCKET REFERENCE GUIDE — 16
Using the Memory
Whenever the N 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
N
CN
vN
vv
Cv
Memory is semi-permanent, clearing only
when you:
1) turn off the calculator;
2) press v v;
3) press C v;
4) press C x (Clear All).
When Memory is recalled (v N),
consecutive presses of N will display the
total, the calculated average and the total
count of the accumulated values.
Example:
KEYSTROKE
355N
255N
7 4 5 C N (M-)
vN
TTL
N
N
vv
DISPLAY
M+ 355. M
M+ 255. M
M- 745. M
STORED
– 135. M
AVG – 45. M
CNT 3. M
M+ – 135.
POCKET REFERENCE GUIDE — 17
PROJECT EXAMPLES
Paint: Gallons, Quarts or Pints of
How many quarts of paint will you need to
cover a wall measuring 12 Feet x 8 Feet?
How many Pints? How many Gallons?
KEYSTROKE
oo
12Ex8E=
P
P
P
DISPLAY
0.
96. SQ FEET
QT 1.10
PINT 2.19
GAL 0.27
You can store a custom paint coverage
per Gallon by entering the new value then
pressing s P (e.g., 2 5 0 E E
s P). Perform a Clear All (C x) to
return to default setting.
Tiles: Number of
How many tiles do you need to cover a
floor measuring 10 Feet x 15 Feet? You
want a grout width of 1/8 Inch, but you’re
not sure of the tile size you’re going to
use. So, find the number of tiles in various
sizes. Also, add a 10% waste allowance,
in case you need extra tile.
POCKET REFERENCE GUIDE — 18
KEYSTROKE
DISPLAY
oo
0.
1 / 8 s T (Grout Width)
GRT STORED 0-1/8 INCH
10Ex15E=
150. SQ FEET
+10%
165. SQ FEET
T
TILE 72.33 (18 in)
T
TILE 91.38 (16 in)
Continuous presses of T display the
number of Tiles for the following sizes: 18”,
16”, 13”, 12”, 10”, 8”, 6”, 4”, 2”, 1”, 24”.
Custom Tiles: Number of - Using A
Non-Default Custom Size
How many tiles do you need if you’re using a
custom tile size of 4-1/4 Inches x 4-1/4 Inches
to cover a floor that is 10 Feet x 15 Feet?
KEYSTROKE
DISPLAY
oo
0.
4I1/4x4I
1 / 4 = s c (Tile Size)
TILE STORED 18.0625 SQ INCH
10Ex15E=
150. SQ FEET
c
TILE 1195.85
POCKET REFERENCE GUIDE — 19
Deck: Number of Boards
Find the number of boards needed to
build a deck, if the deck area measures
7 Feet x 16 Feet.
KEYSTROKE
DISPLAY
oo
0.
7Ex16E=
112. SQ FEET
D
BDS 20. (12 Ft)
D
BDS 24. (10 Ft)
D
BDS 30. (8 Ft)
D
BDS 12. (20 Ft)
D
BDS 14. (18 Ft)
D
BDS 15. (16 Ft)
D
BDS 17. (14 Ft)
D*
BDoc STORED 5-11/16 INCH
*Last press displays stored Board Width.
You can store a custom Board On-center
by entering the new value then pressing
s D (e.g., 4 I s D).
Perform a Clear All (C x) to return to
default setting.
POCKET REFERENCE GUIDE — 20
Fence: Number of Fence Boards, Posts
and Rails
Find the number of fence boards, posts and
rails required to build a fence, where the
distance for the fence is 40 Feet 6 Inches.
Note: The last two presses in the following example will
display stored Post On-center and Board Width.
KEYSTROKE
oo
40E6I
f
f
f
f
f
P-oc
f
BDoc
DISPLAY
0.
6 INCH
BDS 86.
POST 7.
2-RL 12.
3-RL 18.
8 FEET 0 INCH
5-11/16 INCH
40
STORED
STORED
FEET
You can store a custom Post On-center by
entering the new value then pressing
s f (e.g., 6 E s f).
Perform a Clear All (C x) to return to
default setting.
POCKET REFERENCE GUIDE — 21
Board Feet: Lumber Estimation
The default entry format for Board Feet is
“Inch x Inch x Feet” (e.g., 2 x 4 x 1 4
is 2 Inches x 4 Inches x 14 Feet). You can
also convert Cubic values (volume) to
Board Feet.
Enter board sizes and calculate Board Feet:
KEYSTROKE
DISPLAY
oo
0.
2 x 4 x 1 4 C 8 (Bd Ft)
BDFT 9.333333
Enter Cubic Feet and convert to Board Feet:
KEYSTROKE
oo
150 EEE
C 8 (Bd Ft)
DISPLAY
0.
150 CU FEET
BDFT 1800.
Studs: Number of
How many 16 Inches On-center studs are
required for a 15 Feet 6 Inches wall?
KEYSTROKE
oo
15E6I
S
DISPLAY
15
0.
6 INCH
STUD 13.*
FEET
*Automatically includes one stud for the end.
You can store a custom Stud On-center
by entering the new value then pressing
s S (e.g., 2 4 I s S).
Perform a Clear All (C x) to return to
default setting.
POCKET REFERENCE GUIDE — 22
Sheets: Number of
How many 4 x 8, 4 x 9, 4 x 10 or 4 x 12
drywall sheets do you need for a room
measuring 12 Feet x 15 Feet?
KEYSTROKE
DISPLAY
oo
0.
1 2 E + 1 2 E + 24 FEET 0 INCH
1 5 E + 1 5 E x 54 FEET 0 INCH
8E=
432. SQ FEET
C F (Sheets)
4X8 13.50
F
4X9 12.00
F
4X10 10.80
F
4X12 9.00
Flooring: Length of
Find the length of flooring needed to cover
a floor that measures 12 Feet 6 Inches x
10 Feet in area.
KEYSTROKE
DISPLAY
oo
0.
12E6Ix10E=
125. SQ FEET
F
LNTH 10.42 FEET (12 Ft)
F
LNTH 9.62 FEET (13 Ft)
F
LNTH 8.33 FEET (15 Ft)
F
LNTH 20.83 FEET (6 Ft)
POCKET REFERENCE GUIDE — 23
Concrete: Bags of
Find the number of bags of concrete for a
patio measuring 9 Feet x 15 Feet x 4 Inches.
KEYSTROKE
DISPLAY
oo
0.
9Ex15Ex4I=
1.666667 CU YD
b
BAGS 67.50 (80 Lb)
b
BAGS 90.00 (60 Lb)
b
BAGS 135.00 (40 Lb)
Bricks/Blocks: Number of, for a Wall
Find the number of bricks, both face and
paver, and concrete blocks needed to build
a 14 Feet x 8 Feet wall.
KEYSTROKE
DISPLAY
oo
0.
14Ex8E=
112. SQ FEET
C b (Brick)
FACE 768.00
b
PAVR 504.00
b
AREA 112. SQ FEET
B
BLKS 126.00
You can store a custom block area by
entering or solving for the new value then
pressing s B (e.g., 6 I x 1 6
I = s B). Perform a Clear All
(C x) to return to default setting.
POCKET REFERENCE GUIDE — 24
Gravel: Tons of
How much gravel (in tons) do you need
to cover a driveway that is 36 Feet x
11 Feet, at 4 Inches deep?
KEYSTROKE
DISPLAY
oo
0.
36Ex11Ex4I=
4.888889 CU YD
G
WGHT 7.33 Ton
STORED
G
1.5 Ton Per CU YD
G
VOL 4.888889 CU YD
You can store a custom Tons per Cubic Yard
value by entering the new value, then pressing s G (e.g., 1 • 7 5 s G).
Perform a Clear All (C x) to return to
default setting.
FINDING THE COST OF MATERIALS
Cost of Paint
How many Gallons of paint will you need to
cover 425 Square Feet? What will the total
cost be at $12.99 per Gallon?
KEYSTROKE
oo
12.99s0
COST
425EE
P
=
C 0 (Cost)
DISPLAY
0.
Per 12.99
425 SQ FEET
GAL 1.21
1.214286
TTL$ 15.77
STORED
POCKET REFERENCE GUIDE — 25
APPENDIX
Setting Fractional Resolution
Fractional resolution is permanently 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=
C 1 (1/16)
C 2 (1/2)
C 3 (1/32)
C 4 (1/4)
C 6 (1/64)
C 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.
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Default Settings
After a Clear All (C x), your calculator
will return to the following settings:
STORED VALUE
Block Area
Block Length
Weight per Volume
Board On-center
Post On-center
Studs On-center
Custom Tile Size
Tile Grout Width
Paint Coverage Area
Unit Cost
DEFAULT VALUE
128.
SQ INCH
16
1.5
INCH
Ton Per CU YD
5-11/16 INCH
8 FEET 0 INCH
16 INCH
24 SQ INCH
0 INCH
350. SQ FEET
$0.00
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 those
listed above):
PREFERENCE SETTINGS
Fractional Resolution
Area Display
Volume Display
Meter Linear Display
Fractional Mode
DEFAULT VALUE
1/16
Standard
Standard
0.000
Standard
*Pressing the Reset hole located above the o
key will also perform a Full Reset.
Auto-Shut Off
Your calculator will shut itself off after
about 8-12 minutes of non-use.
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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.
Most material calculations will result in an
answer rounded up two places. Press the
= key to see the non-rounded value.
Errors — When an incorrect entry is made,
or the answer is beyond the range of the
calculator, it will display an 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
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
“OFLO”) — e.g., 20,000,000 mm is shown
as 20,000 m. Also applies to inches, feet
and yards.
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Battery
This model uses one (1) CR2016 battery
(included). Should your calculator display
become very dim or erratic, replace the
battery.
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.
Replacing the Battery
Turn the calculator over and open user
guide door located at the top. Pull battery
holder out (top left corner) and turn over.
Remove old battery and slide new battery
under tabs. Turn holder over (negative side
facing you) and insert into calculator.
Reset
If your calculator should ever “lock up,”
press Reset — a small hole located above
the o key — to perform a total reset.
POCKET REFERENCE GUIDE — 29
AREA AND VOLUME FORMULAS
Area Formulas
POCKET REFERENCE GUIDE — 30
Volume Formulas
POCKET REFERENCE GUIDE — 31
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 — 32
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.
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.
POCKET REFERENCE GUIDE — 33
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.
POCKET REFERENCE GUIDE — 34
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,” then
“Product Idea Submittal Agreement.” Thank you.
POCKET REFERENCE GUIDE — 35
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, 2007.
Pocket Reference Guide copyrighted by
Calculated Industries, Inc. © 2007.
Material Estimator™ is a trademark
and Calculated Industries® is a registered
trademark of Calculated Industries, Inc.
ALL RIGHTS RESERVED
CALCULATED INDUSTRIES®
4840 Hytech Drive
Carson City, NV 89706 U.S.A.
1-800-854-8075 or 1-775-885-4900
Fax: 1-775-885-4949
E-mail: info@calculated.com
www.calculated.com
Designed in the USA
Printed in China
10/07
PRG4019E-A
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