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Rolodex RF-6090 User's Manual
RF-6090
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DataPage
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User’s Guide
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1
Introduction
Thank you for purchasing the DataPage
Organizer, a handy and easy-to-use tool to
help you organize your life better.
This manual has been prepared to help you
get started with the Organizer. Read it
thoroughly and try out the various functions.
With proper care, this unit will give you years
of satisfaction and service.
Contents
License Agreement ............................ 1
Precautions ......................................... 3
Getting Started ................................... 4
Key Guide ........................................... 5
Using the Clocks ................................ 8
Using the Daily Alarm ...................... 10
Using the Phone Directories ........... 11
Using the Schedule Feature ............ 13
Using the Memo Feature ................. 15
Using the Bookmark Feature .......... 17
Using the Anniversary Feature ....... 19
Using the Calendar .......................... 20
Using the Calculator ........................ 21
Using the Password ......................... 22
Specifications ................................... 24
Limited Warranty (U.S. only) ........... 25
FCC Notice ........................................ 26
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Precautions
This unit is engineered to give you years of
satisfactory service if you handle it carefully.
Here are a few precautions:
1. Do not immerse the unit in water.
2. Do not clean the unit with abrasive or
corrosive materials.
3. Do not subject the unit to excessive force,
shock, dust, temperature or humidity.
4. Do not tamper with the unit’s internal
components. Doing so will invalidate the
warranty on the unit and may cause
unnecessary damage.
5. Only use fresh batteries as specified in
these instructions. Do not mix new and old
batteries as the old ones may leak.
6. Never let children play with the batteries.
Swallowing a lithium battery could be fatal.
To avoid risk of explosion, do not recharge,
open, or heat a lithium battery or dispose of
it in fire.
7. Always read the user instructions thoroughly before operating the unit.
♦ Setting the Clock
To learn how to set the clock, read “Using
the Clocks” on page 8.
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Getting Started
Using the Organizer for the First Time
1. Remove the battery insulation tape at
the back of the unit.
2. Press ON/OFF to turn on the unit. The
Home Time screen will be displayed (the
default home city is London).
3. Press ON/OFF to turn off the unit, when
you are not using it.
Battery
Your unit uses two (CR2016) lithium batteries,
one for general operation and one for
memory backup. Replace the main battery
when the display dims. Do the same for the
backup battery once a year.
Warning! Always turn the unit off before
replacing the batteries. Replacing the batteries
when the unit is on may cause permanent
damage. Do not remove the main and backup
batteries at the same time. If you do, all the
data will be erased.
♦ To Hear the Keytone
Press V ( ) to turn the keytone on or off
when at the Home Time screen.
♦ Automatic Shutoff
Your organizer will automatically turn off if
not used for 7 minutes.
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Key Guide
Main Function Keys
(PHONE)
Toggles between three
telephone directories.
(SCHED)
Goes to the Schedule
directory.
(MEMO)
Goes to the Memo
(BKMRK)
directory.
Goes to the web address
directory.
(TIME)
Lets you set the date and
time.
(ALARM)
Allows you to set a daily
alarm for any time of the
day.
(ANNV)
Goes to the Anniversary
directory.
1 (CALENDAR) Goes to the Calendar.
(CALC)
Goes to the Calculator.
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Key Guide
Other Keys
ON/OFF
EDIT
ENTER
SHIFT
FUNC
SPACE
INS
COPY(SHIFT+INS)
BKS
DSP
DELETE
12/24
DST
SEARCH UP
or DOWN
Turns your organizer on or
off.
Allows you to change the
displayed record.
Saves data and confirms an
action, like saving or
deleting a record.
Allows you to use the
second function displayed
over some keys.
Displays the function menu.
Types a space at the cursor
position.
Allows characters to be
inserted when editing data.
Copies a selected record
and automatically pastes it.
Deletes a character to the
left of the cursor.
Moves the cursor to the
next line.
Displays the current record.
Deletes a record.
Toggles between 12-hour
and 24-hour clock format.
Turns daylight savings time
(DST) on or off.
Searches through records,
or moves up and down to
select lists.
Turns the keytone off or on.
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Key Guide
Calculator Function Keys
The function keys are autoshifted in the
Calculator.
C/CE
Clears the memory.
÷, x
-, +
Divides, multiplies, subtracts or
adds.
=
Performs a calculation.
.
Types a decimal point.
%
Calculates a percentage.
+/-
Changes the sign of a number
from positive to negative.
√
Calculates a square root.
MC
Clears the memory.
MR
Recalls the number stored in
memory.
M-
Adds a negative number to the
number in memory.
M+
Adds a positive number to the
number in memory.
Screen Icons
Schedule Alarm
Password lock
Keytone
Daily Alarm
7
Using the Clocks
Your organizer has two clocks that keep the
time and date simultaneously: a Home Time
clock, which can keep your current time, and
a World Time clock, which keeps the time of
different cities throughout the world.
To Set the Home Time
1. Press TIME until
screen.
(HOME TIME) is on the
2. Use SEARCH UP and DOWN to scroll
through the list of world cities until you
find one that is in your time zone.
This will be your Home City.
3. Press EDIT.
The first number of the date flashes.
4. Press
or
to move between the date
and time fields.
Each number flashes as it is selected. Use
the number keys to type your changes. Note:
You cannot change the seconds.
To switch between AM and PM press X(AM/
PM).
5. Press ENTER to store your changes.
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Using the Clocks
To Use the World Time
Note: You must set the date and time of your
Home City first before you view the time of
other cities.
1. Press TIME until
screen.
(WORLD TIME) is on the
2. Use SEARCH UP or DOWN to scroll
through the list of world cities.
3. Press C(DST) for daylight savings time.
The symbol, DST next to the day of the
week indicates daylight savings time is on.
Note: The World Time is based upon hours
added to or subtracted from the Home Time
zone. It is not a separate clock and cannot
be set independently of the Home Time
clock.
♦ Changing Time and Date
Formats
Press Z (12/24) to switch between the 12hour (AM/PM) and 24-hour display format.
♦ Daylight savings time
Press C (DST) to turn on/off the daylight
saving function. When daylight savings
time is on, it will add an extra hour to local
time. The symbol, DST next to the day of
the week indicates daylight savings time is
on.
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Using the Daily Alarm
You can set a Daily Alarm that acts as an
alarm clock which chimes once a day at a
specified time. When an alarm sounds, simply
press a key to stop it. The alarm will sound for
20 seconds if you do not stop it. Even if your
organizer is turned off, it will automatically turn
on and the alarm will sound.
To Set the Daily Alarm
1. Press ALARM.
2. Press EDIT.
3. Enter the time using the number keys.
Press X (AM/PM) to toggle between AM
and PM.
4. Press ENTER to set and enable the
alarm time or any function key to cancel
the operation.
will appear on the
If ENTER is pressed,
display, indicating that the alarm will sound
at the set time.
To Disable the Daily Alarm
To disable the Daily Alarm, press V ( ) until
the Alarm icon ( ) disappears from the left
side of the screen.
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Using the Phone Directories
Your organizer has three Phone directories, which
contain phone records. Phone records are made up of
eight fields of information: Name, Company, Phone 1,
Phone 2, Phone 3, E-mail, Address and Note.
To Enter a Phone Record
1. Press PHONE repeatedly to choose the
Phone directory you want.
2. Type a name and then press ENTER to go to
the next field.
Note: Phone records are listed alphabetically
according to the first few letters of the name. To
sort your phone records by last name, you must
enter the last name first (e.g., SMITH,
ROBERT).
To delete a character, use or to go to the
character to the right of the one you want to
delete and press BKS.
3. Type your data in each field and press ENTER
to go to the next field.
If you want to skip a field, press ENTER.
Press SHIFT and then 7 for an @, 1 for an _ or
0 or a “,”.
Use the decimal key on the calculator keypad
for ".".
4. Press ENTER to save the data.
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Using the Phone Directories
To Find a Phone Record
1. Press PHONE repeatedly to choose the
Phone directory you want.
2. Press SEARCH UP or DOWN to display the
list of records.
3. Use or
to move the cursor (>) to the
record you want.
To search for a specific phone record, type
the first letter. The list of entries starting
with that letter is displayed. If there are no
more records, or no record is found for that
letter, first the message “NOT FOUND” is
displayed and then the record closest to the
letter you typed is displayed.
4. Press DSP to view the record.
Use or to scroll through the record.
5. Press any function key to exit.
To Edit or Delete a Phone Record
1. Select the phone record you want to edit or
delete.
The selected record is the one to which the
cursor (>) points.
2. To edit the record, press EDIT.
Type your changes and press ENTER to go
to the next field. Note is the last field. Press
ENTER to save the edited record.
3. To delete the record, press DEL.
Press Y to confirm the deletion. Press N to
cancel the deletion.
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Using the Schedule
Feature
In each schedule record you can keep track of
the date and time of your appointments and
write a note.
To Enter a Schedule Record
1. Press SCHED.
The first number of the date flashes.
2. Press
or
to move between the date
and time fields.
Each number flashes as it is selected. Use the
number keys to type your changes. Note: You
cannot change the seconds.
To switch between AM and PM, press X(AM/
PM).
3. Press ENTER to go to the Note field.
Type in your note.
The Schedule alarm is automatically set
and sounds at the time of your appointment. If your organizer is off, it turns itself
on and the alarm sounds.
4. Press ENTER to store your record.
To View a Schedule Record
1. Press SCHED.
2. Press SEARCH UP or DOWN repeatedly
to cycle through your schedule records.
The records are arranged by date.
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Using the Schedule Feature
3. Use
or
to move the cursor (>) to the
record you want.
4. Press DSP to view it.
When viewing a record, you can turn the
alarm off by pressing any key.
5. Press ENTER to return to the list you
were viewing.
Press any function key to exit.
To Edit or Delete a Schedule
Record
1. Select the record you want to edit or
delete.
The selected record is the one to which the
cursor (>) points.
2. To edit the record, press EDIT.
Press
or
to move between the date
and time fields. Type your changes.
3. Press ENTER to go to the Note field.
Type your changes. Use BKS to delete the
character to the left of the cursor. Press
ENTER to store your edits.
4. To delete the record, press DEL.
Press Y to confirm the deletion. Press N
to cancel the deletion.
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Using the Memo Feature
To Enter a Memo Record
1. Press MEMO.
2. Type your data.
Press
to go to a new line.
3. Press ENTER to store your record.
To View a Memo Record
1. Press MEMO.
2. Press SEARCH UP or DOWN to display
the list of records.
The records are listed in alphabetical order.
3. Use
or
to move the cursor (>) to
the record you want.
To search for a specific record, type the
first letter. The entry starting with that
letter is the first one displayed. If there
are no more records, or no record is
found for that letter, “NOT FOUND” is
displayed and the entry starting with the
letter closest to the one you entered is
displayed.
4. Press DSP to view it.
Use
or
to scroll through the record.
5. Press ENTER to return to the list you
were viewing.
Press any function key to exit.
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Using the Memo Feature
To Edit or Delete a Memo
Record
1. Select the record you want to edit or
delete.
The selected record is the one to which
the cursor (>) points.
2. To edit the record, press EDIT.
Type your changes. Use BKS to delete
the character to the left of the cursor.
Press ENTER to save the edited record.
3. To delete the record, press DEL.
Press Y to confirm the deletion. Press N
to cancel the deletion.
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Using the Bookmark
Feature
You can keep track of your favorite websites
using the Bookmark feature. You can enter a
name, the web address and a note. Your
entries are displayed in alphabetical order.
To Enter a Bookmark
1. Press BKMARK.
2. Type a name and press ENTER to go to
the Web Sites field.
You can press ENTER to go to the next
field without entering any data.
3. Type the web address and press ENTER
to go to the Note field.
Use the decimal key on the calculator
keypad or “.”.
4. Type a note and press ENTER to store
your data.
To View a Bookmark
1. Press BKMARK.
2. Press SEARCH UP or DOWN to display
the list of records.
or
to move the cursor (>) to
3. Use
the record you want.
To search for a specific record, type the
first letter. The entry starting with that
letter is the first one displayed. If there
are no more records, or no record is
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Using the Bookmark Feature
found for that letter, “NOT FOUND” is
displayed and the entry starting with the
letter closest to the one you entered is
displayed.
4. Press DSP to view it.
Use
or
to scroll through the record.
5. Press ENTER to return to the list you
were viewing.
Press any function key to exit.
To Edit or Delete a Bookmark
1. Select the record you want to edit or
delete.
The selected record is the one to which
the cursor (>) points.
2. To edit the record, press EDIT.
Type your changes and press ENTER to
go to the next field. Use BKS to delete
the character to the left of the cursor.
Note is the last field. Press ENTER to
save the edited record.
4. To delete the record, press DEL.
Press Y to confirm the deletion. Press N
to cancel the deletion.
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Using the Anniversary
Feature
In each anniversary record, you can enter the
date and a note.
To Enter an Anniversary Record
1. Press ANNV.
The first number of the date flashes.
2. Type in the date you want and press
ENTER.
or
to move between the
Press
numbers. Each number flashes as it is
selected. Use the number keys to type your
changes.
3. Type a note and press ENTER to store
your data.
You can view, edit or delete an Anniversary
record just as you would a schedule record.
Please see “To View a Schedule Record” on
page 13 and “To Edit or Delete a Schedule
Record” on page 14. Note: There is no time
associated with an Anniversary record.
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Using the Calendar
You can view the current date or browse other
dates moving one day, one week, or one
month at a time.
Viewing Dates
1. Press CALENDAR.
The year and month are displayed on the
left of the screen and the current date
flashes. Note: The current date is dependent on the date that you set in your Home
Time.
2. Use
or
to move one day at a time.
Use
or
to move one week at a time.
Use SEARCH UP or DOWN to move up or
down one month at a time.
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Using the Calculator
To Make a Basic Calculation
1. Press CALC until you see the calculator.
2. Type a number using the number keys,
and then type a math function (e.g., +,
-, X, ÷). Type another number and then
press = to see the result. To clear your
calculation, press C/CE(DEL).
To Use the Memory
Your calculator can store a number in its
memory for later calculation.
1. Make a calculation or simply type a
number in the calculator.
2. Press R (M+) to add the result to the
memory as a positive number or E (M-)
to add it to the memory as a negative
number.
3. To retrieve the number from memory,
press W (MR).
4. To clear the memory, press Q(MC).
Note: If the result of a calculation has more
than 10 digits, an error occurs. Press C/
CE(DEL) to clear the display.
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Using the Password
You do not need to set a password to use this
organizer. Once you set your password, the
secret mode is engaged. You will need to
enter the correct password to access your
data.
Warning! Be sure to write down your
password and keep it in a safe place. If you
forget your password, you will not be able
to access any function on your organizer.
To bypass the password, you will have to
perform a reset, which will clear the
password and erase all the data stored in
its memory.
To Set the Password
1. Press TIME.
2. Press SHIFT then
.
3. Enter the password (maximum 8
characters).
4. Press ENTER to store the password and
engage the secret mode.
The “keylock” icon ( ) will be shown on
the screen. You may cancel the operation
by pressing any function key.
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Using the Password
To Turn off the Password
1. Press TIME.
2. Press SHIFT then
.
3. Press ENTER without entering a new
password.
The password function will be turned off.
♦ Resetting the Unit
Press the reset button located on the back of
the unit with a blunt point. This procedure is
generally not required unless the unit
malfunctions or you want to clear all data and
resume factory settings.
This unit may change operating modes
due to Electro-static Discharge. Normal
operation of this unit can be re-established
by pressing the reset key, ON/OFF or by
removing/replacing batteries.
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Specifications
Model: RF-6090 Personal Organizer
Size: 17.0 x 10.6 x .6 cm • Weight: 115 g
Battery: Two (CR2016) lithium • Storage capacity: 128 K
Contacts
For registration and sales call 1-800-266-5626 (U.S. only)
or visit us at www.franklin.com. Please have your product
number (RF-6090) and date of purchase handy when you
call to register. For customer service call 609-239-4333.
For technical support call 609-386-8997.
Cleaning This Product
To clean this product, spray a mild glass cleaner onto a
cloth and wipe its surface. Don’t spray liquids directly onto
the unit. Don’t use or store your organizer in extreme or
prolonged heat, cold, humidity, or other adverse
conditions.
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© 2000 Franklin Electronic Publishers, Inc.
Burlington, N.J. 08016-4907 USA. All rights reserved.
ROLODEX® is a registered trademark of Berol
Corporation, a subsidiary of Newell Rubbermaid, Inc.
Patents Pending
ISBN 1-56712-562-x
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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.
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Limited Warranty (U.S. only)
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FCC Notice
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 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:
-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 connected.
-Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/
TV technician for help.
NOTE: This unit was tested with shielded cables
on the peripheral devices. Shielded cables must
be used with the unit to insure compliance.
NOTE: The manufacturer is not responsible for
any radio or TV interference caused by
unauthorized modifications to this equipment.
Such modifications could void the user’s
authority to operate the equipment.
REP-28089-00
P/N 7201746
Rev. C
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RF-6090
Professional
DataPage
Organizer

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