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3. Using World clock
ELECTRONIC ORGANIZER
YO-P10
OPERATION MANUAL
NOTICE
• SHARP strongly recommends that separate
permanent written records be kept of all
important data. Data may be lost or altered in
virtually any electronic memory product under
certain circumstances. Therefore, SHARP
assumes no responsibility for data lost or
otherwise rendered unusable whether as a
result of improper use, repairs, defects, battery
replacement, use after the specified battery life
has expired, or any other cause.
• SHARP assumes no responsibility, directly or
indirectly, for financial losses or claims from
third persons resulting from the use of this
product and any of its functions, such as stolen
credit card numbers, loss or alteration of stored
data, etc.
• The information provided in this manual is
subject to change without notice.
Part Names
Stylus
6. Setting alarms
1. Tap CLOCK once or twice to display the World The Organizer has 3 types of alarms:
clock (without “ ”).
1. Daily alarm ........ beeps every day at the alarm
time (for 1 minute), when
2. Press > or < to select the desired city.
“ ” is turned on.
4. Changing the cities between Home 2. Hourly alarm ...... beeps every hour when
minutes reach “00”, when
and World clocks
“ ” is turned on.
You can change the home city for a city in another 3. Schedule alarm .. beeps at the time for all the
time zone without adjusting the stored correct
schedule entries (for 1
time.
minute), when “
” is
turned on. (Refer to
1. Tap CLOCK once or twice to display the World
“Schedule Mode”.)
clock (without “ ”).
Tap any key to stop the alarm beeping.
2. Press > or < and select the desired
city to be set as the new home city.
Setting/Changing the daily alarm time
3. Tap f e to change the cities between
1. Tap CLOCK once or twice to display Home
Home and World clocks.
clock (with “ ”).
• The previous home city is now set as the
2. Tap to display the
world city (without “ ”).
A L ARM
daily alarm screen.
4. Tap CLOCK to check the home city.
A1 2 – 0 0
(The display differs
• The selected city in step 2 is set as the home
between the 12-hour
city (with “ ”).
and 24-hour clock.)
5. Tap CLOCK to recheck the world city, and
3. Tap f e.
press > or < to select the new world
4. Enter the time.
city, if needed.
5. Press ENTER .
• The daily alarm time is set.
5. Setting daylight saving time (DST:
summer time)
Display
RESET switch
(on the back of the unit)
Touch Keyboard section
Mode keys
ENTER key
OFF
PREV
Search keys
Power ON/OFF key
ON
NEXT
Turning the alarms on and off
1. Tap CLOCK once or twice to display the Home An alarm sounds only when the respective symbol
or the World clock.
( , , or
) is turned on.
2. Tap DST .
Display Home clock (tap CLOCK once or twice)
“#” is displayed. The time is set 1 hour ahead. and tap to display the daily alarm screen.
To clear DST, tap DST to clear “#”. The time is Each time you tap while the daily alarm screen
set 1 hour behind.
is displayed, the combination of symbols
switches.
Notes
• DST can be set independently in either Home or Note
World clock.
• Alarms sound even when the Organizer is
• When DST is set for one world city, it is used
turned off.
for all cities displayed in World clock.
Telephone Mode
Key Assignments
2nd Function key
Activates the second function specifically assigned to
the next key tapped.
( SCHEDULE/MEMO ): Schedule/Memo mode key
(E
( CLOCK ): Home Clock/World Clock mode key
S
): English-Spanish word translator mode key
( GAME ): Game mode key
( CALC/CONV ): Calculation/Conversion mode key
( TEL ): Telephone mode key
( ENTER ): Enter key
• In this manual, these Mode keys are represented with icons in parentheses.
Using the Organizer for the First Time
Be sure to perform the following operations
before using the Organizer for the first time.
1. Remove the isolating film that is affixed to the
battery holder on the back of the unit.
2. Press the RESET switch with a stylus.
“RESET?” is displayed.
3. Tap f and press x to initialize the
Organizer.
After “RESET!” is displayed, Home clock is
displayed. (See “Clock Mode”.) You have now
cleared the memory contents.
abnormal condition may occur in which no keys
OFF
(including ON ) will respond. Press the RESET
switch, tap f , then press x to delete all
the memory contents.
• To minimize battery consumption, the Organizer
is designed to automatically turn off when no
key has been pressed for approximately 7
minutes.
• The key touch tone is turned on and off by
tapping h !, select “KEY TONE”
using > or < , and press x.
Select on/off using > or < , then press
NOTES
x. When the tone is activated, “ ” will
• If the Organizer is subject to strong, extraneous
appear.
electrical noises or shocks during use, an
2nd
1
CAPS
Telephone mode is composed of two directions of 6. Enter phone
NUMBER ?
storage memory. Tap TEL to toggle between “1”
number, and fax
2–3456–7890
and “2” on the display.
number if needed,
3456–7891–
Use these files for convenience, e.g. business
e.g.
and private files.
012-3456-7890 f
A telephone entry consists of name, address,
F SPACE SPACE SPACE f 3456-7891,
and press ENTER .
E-mail address, web address (URL) and number
fields.
• “STORED!” appears briefly, then the Telephone
mode screen is displayed. The telephone entry
Storing telephone entries
is now stored.
1
CAPS
1. Tap TEL once or
NAME
?
Allowable
Number of
twice to display the
Field
characters
characters
Telephone mode
36 characters Alphabetic letters,
The 1st line:
screen.
or under
2. Enter name, e.g. SMITH
press ENTER .
SPACE
ROBERT, and
3. Enter address, e.g. f 18 SPACE f EAST
SPACE ROAD, and press ENTER .
E-mail
1
4. Enter E-mail
h a r p s e c . c om –
address, e.g. SROB
SMBL l
(to enter “ @ ”)
SHARPSEC.COM, and press ENTER .
• The E-mail address is automatically entered
in lowercase letters.
• To enter “ @ ”, simply tap @ instead of
SMBL .
5. Enter web address (URL), e.g.
WWW.SHARP USA.COM, and press
Changing the Guidance Language
Guidance messages can be displayed in 5
languages – English, Italian, German, French, and
Spanish. After initializing the Organizer, the default
setting is English.
Alphabet entry mode
Number entry mode
To change the language, tap h !, select
“LANGUAGE” using k or m , and press x.
Select the desired language using > or <,
then press x.
• Each time f is tapped, the touch keyboard
switches between the Alphabet entry mode and
the Number entry mode.
To tap the touch keys, use the attached stylus.
• Tap towards the center of each key.
• Numbers, alphanumeric letters, symbols, and
“+ – × ÷ .”
can be entered into the dot display area (the 1st
line).
• Numbers and some characters (only space, –,
F, and P in Telephone mode) can be entered into
the number display area (the 2nd and the 3rd
lines).
• Letters are entered in capital letters (“CAPS” is
turned on). To enter lowercase letters, tap
CAPS to turn “CAPS” off.
Entering symbols and letters with an accent
mark
• To enter a symbol, tap SMBL repeatedly until
the desired symbol appears:
( )~’: / \_&<>ß!? ¡¿æµ¢
@#$£¥
A
E
Y
U
I
(CAPS OFF)
ÁÀÄÂÃÅ áàä â ã å
ÉÈËÊ
é è ë ê eˇ
ý ÿ
Y´
ÚÙÜÛ
úùüû
Í Ì Ï Î
í ì ï î
(Key) (CAPS ON)
O ÓÒÖÔÕ
N Nˇ Ñ
CÇ
S Sˇ
(CAPS OFF)
óòöôõ
ñ
Ç
Sˇ
• Activate “CAPS” ON to enter capitalized letters.
Daylight saving time
set ( with “#”)
Home city (with “
”)
Day of the week
2nd
Date
Time
CAPS
NYC
# THU
1– 1–2004
A1 2 – 0 0 – 0 0
Move the cursor to the character to be corrected.
Enter the correct character to replace the previous
one.
Cursor
The cursor (_) indicates the position for entering a
character. Move the cursor with the cursor keys
(
).
Inserting characters
Each time INS is tapped, a space is inserted at
the cursor position to allow character entry.
Deleting characters
Tap DEL to delete the character at the cursor
position.
Tap C•CE to clear all the characters you have
entered and yet to be stored.
2. Tap f e to start setting.
The cursor starts to flash on the city name.
3. Press > or < to select the desired
time zone. (Refer to the list of cities described
below.)
• Enter the city name, if needed (6 characters
or under). Only one changed name for Home
clock can be stored.
4. Tap
1. Before setting the clock
6. Tap AM/PM to select “A” (morning) or “P”
(afternoon) for the 12-hour clock.
7. Enter the time (hours and minutes).
Note: P12-00: noon, A12-00: midnight
8. Press ENTER . The clock starts from “00”
seconds.
Notes
• To enter a single-digit date or time, enter “0”
2. Tap !, select “DATE SET” by using k or
and the digit (e.g. “02”).
m , and press x.
• If you enter an invalid date or time, “ERROR!”
3. Press > or < to select the desired
appears briefly. Enter the correct date and time
type.
and press ENTER .
4. Press ENTER to store the new setting.
• To change the 12-hour clock to the 24-hour
clock, tap Z (“A” or “P” is cleared). Each
time Z is tapped, the clock switches.
• For daylight saving time/summer time, tap DST
in advance (“#” is displayed on the left side of
the day of the week).
2. Setting the clock
1. Tap CLOCK once or twice to display the Home
clock (with “ ”).
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8.3
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9.3
Notes
• The symbol “NAME”, “ADDRESS”, “E-mail”, or
“URL” is turned on while entering in each field.
• To skip entry of an address, E-mail address,
web address (URL), or number, press ENTER
when “ADDRESS?”, “E-MAIL?”, “URL?”, or
“NUMBER?” is displayed. However, entry must
be made at the "NAME?" field.
1. Tap
once
or twice to display
the Schedule mode
screen.
4. Press ENTER to store in the memory.
Notes
• Schedules for the following dates can be stored:
January 1901 to December 2098.
• If an attempt is made to store an entry without a
date or time, or with an invalid date or time,
“ERROR!” appears briefly. Enter the correct
date and time and press ENTER .
SCHEDULE?
2. Alarm for Schedule mode
2. Enter the details and press
ENTER
.
3. Enter the date and time.
• The types of date and time are the same as
the types set for the clock.
• To enter a single-digit date or time, enter “0”
and the digit (e.g. “O2”).
When the schedule alarm (“
”) is turned on, it
is set for all the schedule entries. Beeping sounds
for 1 minute when the time for a schedule entry is
reached. Tap any key to stop the alarm. The
schedule alarm cannot be set for an individual
entry.
Memo Mode
Notes or other pieces of information that are not
appropriate for Telephone or Schedule mode can
be entered for convenience.
In the 1st line the same characters are allowable
as in Telephone mode. In the 2nd and the 3rd
lines you can enter numbers, –, and space. (36
characters or under can be entered in each line.)
2. Enter the memo item
and numbers.
E.g. UNION SPACE
BANK ENTER
01
272-0011223
3. Press
ENTER
2nd
CAPS
UN I ON BANK
01
272–0011223–
to store in the memory.
Storing memo entries
1. Tap
once
or twice to display
the Memo mode
screen.
CAPS
MEMO?
• When the memory is full, “MEMORY FULL!”
appears briefly, and the entry cannot be stored.
• When the symbol “ ” or “ ” appears, more
information exists. Tap or
to switch the
display.
Checking details of entries in Telephone mode
• To display each field on the 1st line, follow the
symbol “ ” or “ ” and tap or . (The
symbol above the 1st line shows each field.)
• Tap and hold to start the auto scroll on the
1st line. Tap again to stop or restart the
scroll. Tap C•CE to quit the auto scroll.
to move the cursor to the month.
5. Enter the month, the day, and the year (4 digits ).
• The built-in calendar extends from January
1st, 1901, to December 31st, 2098.
1. Tap CLOCK once or twice to display the
Home clock (with “ ”).
Numbers, space, –,
F (Fax), P (Pager)
Notes for storing and recalling entries
Each time CLOCK is tapped, the clock switches
between the Home clock and the World clock
mode. (For World clock, “ ” is not displayed.)
• The default setting for the date is “MM/DD/
YYYY” (month-day-year). To change the setting
to “YYYY/MM/DD” (year-month-day) or “DD/
MM/YYYY” (day-month-year):
Schedule mode is used for storing schedule
details (36 characters or under), date and time
(year, month, day, hour, and minute).
In the 1st line the same characters are allowable
as in Telephone mode.
Making corrections
Clock Mode
Home clock
The 2nd and the
3rd lines:
Phone number
.
1. Storing schedule entries
• To enter a letter with an accent mark, tap the
relevant key shown below repeatedly after
tapping s.
(Key) (CAPS ON)
numbers, symbols,
“+ – × ÷ .”, space
Schedule Mode
Entering Characters
Touch Keyboard
ENTER
Name, address,
E-mail address
and web address
(URL)
Display
Recalling entries – Telephone, Schedule, Memo –
Tap the desired mode key first.
< : Recalls entries in forward order
> : Recalls entries in reverse order
Sorting order
• Telephone and memo entries are stored by the
first character of the person’s name or memo
item in the following order (case sensitive):
Sequential search
Press < or > in each mode.
Direct search
• Enter the first characters (8 characters or
under) of the person’s name, schedule details,
or memo item, and press < or >.
Press < or > then, to continue
performing a direct search.
Zone Display
City
No.
TNG TONGA
10 MOW MOSCOW
WLG WELLINGTON 11
CAI CAIRO
NOU NOUMEA
12 PAR PARIS
SYD SYDNEY
13 LON LONDON
ADL ADELAIDE
14
AZ0 AZORES ISLANDS
TYO TOKYO
15
-2H 2hrs behind LON
HKG HONG KONG
16
RIO RIO DE JANEIRO
BKK BANGKOK
17 CCS CARACAS
RGN YANGON
18 NYC NEW YORK
DAC DHAKA
19
CHI CHICAGO
DEL NEW DELHI
20 DEN DENVER
KHI KARACHI
21
LAX LOS ANGELES
KBL KABUL
22 ANC ANCHORAGE
DXB DUBAI
23 HNL HONOLULU
THR TEHRAN
24 MID MIDWAY
• Schedule entries are stored by date and time.
Note
• When there is no (further or relevant) entry to
be recalled, “NOT FOUND!” appears briefly, and
the display returns to the mode screen.
City
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03.2.7, 1:27 PM
Editing or deleting entries – Telephone, Schedule, Memo –
Editing
1. Recall the entry to be edited.
2. Tap
EDIT
5. Press ENTER several times (until “STORED!”
appears briefly) to finish editing and to store
the entry.
. The cursor starts to flash.
• In Telephone mode press ENTER several
times to display each field (the address field
and so on).
3. Tap , , , or to move the cursor to the
position to be edited.
4. Enter, insert, or delete characters (refer to
“Entering Characters”).
• To cancel editing, tap C•CE .
Deleting
1. Recall the entry to be deleted.
2. Tap
DEL
.
• “DELETE?” is displayed.
• To cancel the deletion operation, tap f.
3. Press
ENTER
to delete the entry.
Calculator Mode
Calculation examples
The Organizer can
calculate numbers of up
to 10 digits. Tap
CALC/CONV several
times to display the Calculator mode screen
(Calculator → Currency conversion → Unit
conversion → Calculator...).
2nd
Example
0.
Operation
Display
–5.5
34 57
91.
45
102.
(The addend becomes a
constant.)
68×25=1700
68 25
1700.
Calculation
68×40=2720
40
2720.
(The multiplicand becomes
Be sure to tap C•CE , C•CE , and CM to clear the
a constant.)
display and memory before performing a
20.
200×10%=20
200 10 %
calculation.
9÷36=25%
9 36 %
25.
Note
200+(200×10%)=220 200 10 %
220.
• When , , , or is tapped, the respective
500–(500×20%)=400 500 20 %
400.
symbol, +, –, ×, or ÷ is displayed. (In the
46=(43)2=4096
4
4096.
examples in this manual, these symbols are not
1/8=0.125
8
0.125
described.)
M
CM 25
25×5=125
5 M+
125.
M
If an error occurs
–) 84÷3=28
84
3 M–
28.
M
If the calculation result or the integer section in
+) 68+17=85
68
17 M+
85.
M
the numerical value in the memory exceeds 10
182
182.
RM
앀앙
앀앙앙
digits or if a number is divided by zero (0), an
25–9=4
25 9
4.
error occurs (“ERR” is displayed).
1234567890×145 1234567890
145
ERR
=179012344050
17.90123440
C•CE
17.90123440
(–24+2)÷4=–5.5
34+57=91
45+57=102
C•CE
24
2
4
(17.90123440×1010=179012344000)
Currency/Unit Conversion Mode
1. Setting a currency rate
2. Converting currency/unit
2nd
CAPS
1. Tap CALC/CONV
EURO – – USD
several times to
display the currency
0.
conversion mode
screen (refer to “Calculator mode”).
Example: 1 CAD (Canada dollars)
= 0.66 USD (US dollars)
You need to set the conversion rate before making
the currency conversion.
Example: Convert 500 CAD into USD using the
rate that you have set.
Secret Function
1. Registering a password and storing 2. Turning Secret function on and off
secret entries
Up to 6 characters can be registered as the
password.
• One password is valid for Telephone, Schedule,
and Memo modes.
If the password is forgotten, you cannot delete the
password only. You have to delete all the memory
contents. (Perform steps 2 and 3 as described in
the section, “Using the Organizer for the First
Time”.) As a safeguard, make a written record of
the password.
When Secret function is on, “
” is not
displayed.
• You can display, edit, or delete entries
except secret entries.
• You can enter new entries as secret or
non-secret.
When Secret function is off, “
” is
displayed.
• You can display, edit, or delete secret
entries only. (You cannot display nonsecret entries.)
• You cannot enter a new entry.
Registering a password
Turning Secret function off
1. Tap TEL or
to display “NAME?”,
“SCHEDULE?”, or “MEMO?”.
1. Tap TEL or
is not displayed.
2. Tap f
2. Tap f
.
2nd
CAPS
PASS WORD ?
3. Enter the password (case sensitive), e.g. ABC.
4. Tap to register it.
• The display returns to the screen in step 1
with the symbol “
”.
• If “ERROR!” appears briefly, a password has
already been registered. Enter the correct
password or delete the password and all the
memory contents.
to turn Secret function on.
5. Tap f
“
” disappears.
and check that “
”
. “PASSWORD?” is displayed.
3. Enter the password and tap .
•“
” is displayed and you can display
secret entries.
• If you enter an incorrect password,
“ERROR!” appears briefly. Follow the above
steps and enter the correct password.
• Even when Secret function is turned off, it
” will
will be automatically turned on (“
disappear):
A)when GAME , CLOCK , or CALC/CONV
is tapped,
or B)after the power is turned off manually
or automatically.
Turning Secret function on
Storing secret entries
1. Enter characters in Telephone, Schedule, or
Memo mode when “
” is not displayed
(Secret function is on).
• When “
” is displayed, tap
to turn
Secret function on.
2. Tap before pressing
appears.
ENTER
to store. “
1. Tap TEL or
is displayed.
and check that “
”
2. Tap f .
The password is displayed. Memorize it again.
3. Tap again.
“
” disappears and you cannot display
”
secret entries.
3. Press ENTER to store a secret entry in the
memory.
• “STORED!” appears briefly, and the display
returns to the mode screen without “
”
(Secret function is on).
• You cannot display the secret entry until you
turn Secret function off.
3. Changing the password
1. Turn Secret function off (“
” appears).
2. Tap f . The password is displayed.
3. Tap f EDIT .
The initial character of the password starts to
flash.
4. Enter, or edit characters and make a new
password.
5. Tap . The new password is now registered.
1. Display the screen: “CAD → USD”.
2. Enter the value to be converted.
Caring for Your Organizer
500
2. Press < < < to change the display
2nd
CAPS
3. Tap
to convert
and tap f e. The initial character of
CAD – – USD
CAD
into
USD.
“CAD” starts to flash.
3 3 0.
• To convert in
• You can change each currency name by
reverse order (e.g. 200 USD into CAD), enter
entering characters (up to 4 in each) and
200 and tap .
using , if needed.
• You can use the unit conversion in the same
3. Press ENTER . “0” starts to flash.
manner. You cannot change the units or the
2nd
CAPS
rates for units.
4. Enter the rate (up to
CAD – – USD
10 digits).
• The conversion result may have a slight error
as a result of rounding off the number (e.g. up
0.6 6
0.66
to 2 decimal places for currency conversions).
5. Press ENTER to store in the memory.
Use the conversion result for reference.
Game Mode
Tap
GAME
to play the game “BLACKJACK”.
Each time GAME is tapped, the display switches
between “ALPHA ATTACK” and “BLACKJACK”.
BLACKJACK (Twenty-one)
Make your “hand” (the total of the numbers on
the cards) as close to 21, without going over 21.
1. Tap GAME to
display the following
Game mode screen.
2.
3.
4.
5.
2nd
CAPS
B L ACK J ACK
is tripled.
6. Press ENTER and display the Game mode
screen.
• When you have no more chips to bet, the
game is over.
• To quit the game, tap C•CE or any mode
key. Your chips are stored for the next time.
• To return your chips to 30, tap f DEL and
press ENTER on the Game mode screen.
30
2nd
CAPS
ALPHA ATTACK
A L PHA A T T ACK
Your chips Type in characters (A to
Press ENTER to start a game. The left 2 cards Z) displayed on the 1st
01
are dealt for you. (One card is faced up and the line to clear them. 20
other is faced down.)
Level
levels of speed are available.
Agree the left-displayed maximum bet (up to
1. Tap GAME to display the following Game
10) or enter fewer bet. Tapping also can bet
mode screen.
to the maximum.
CAPS
2. Enter the level
EYK W
Tap SPACE to
Your hand The dealer’s
number (2 digits
hand
see your hand.
2nd
CAPS
from 01 to 20).
01
Each time SPACE is
J28
4
•
01:
slow,
20:
fast
tapped, a new card
10
2 0 3. Press ENTER to start a game.
is dealt.
• “J”, “Q”, and “K”
4. Tap the same key as the first character at the
Your bet Your chips
are counted as 10.
left end of the 1st line. (In this case, tap keys in
• “A” can be counted as 1 or 11.
the order: E → Y → K → W.)
• When the first 2 cards are “A” and a face
• Pressing the correct key in the correct order
card (“J”, “Q”, or “K”), your hand is
deletes the character.
“BLACKJACK”.
• When 12 characters are displayed in each
The dealer’s
Press ENTER to
level, the game continues in the faster level
Your total
total
stop being dealt
(up to 20).
2nd
CAPS
and hold your
J28
3 2K4
• When no more characters can be displayed,
20
19
hand. The dealer’s
the game is over. The Game mode screen
20
20
hand and the
with the level when the game is over is
results are
displayed.
Your bet Your chips
displayed.
• When you win, your total flashes and your
bet is doubled.
• When you win with “BLACKJACK”, your bet
• Do not carry the Organizer in the back pocket of • Since this product is not waterproof, do not use
slacks or trousers.
it or store it where fluids can splash onto it.
• Clean only with a soft, dry cloth.
• Do not drop the Organizer or apply excessive
• Use only a SHARP approved service facility.
force to it.
• Do not subject the Organizer to extreme
temperatures.
Replacing Battery
1. Tap
to enter the English ➝ Spanish
translation mode.
ENG – – SPA
Caution
• Spanish words stored in this device are
those of Spain.
• Only the masculine form of the noun will be
2. Enter the desired source word and press
displayed for nouns with both masculine and
ENTER .
feminine forms.
“English…” or “Spanish…” is displayed while
• Sometimes, two identical words will appear
conducting search. The matching
in the word list.
English or Spanish word will then be displayed.
• Enter European characters and spaces
• When the symbol “ ” appears on, more
correctly. Otherwise, the unit may not be able
letters exist. To view remaining letters of long
to complete the search.
words that cannot be accommodated on the
screen, use to scroll right.
Tap
twice (or
Spanish ➝ English mode.
then
) to enter
Memory Storage
1. Checking memory storage
1. Tap TEL or
to display “NAME?”,
“SCHEDULE?”, or “MEMO?”.
2. Tap f !,
FREE
%
select “MEMORY
CHECK” by using k
99
or m , and press
x. The number of remaining bytes is
displayed briefly.
Notes
• The Organizer can store up to 66838 bytes in
the memory (excluding the Calculator mode
memory).
• One byte is required per character (in the 1st
line) for telephone, schedule, and memo
entries.
• One byte is required for 2 digits in the number
part (in the 2nd and the 3rd lines) of telephone
CAPS
YO-P10_En030205.p65
YO-P10 English Rear sheet
2
and memo entries. (When there is an odd
number of digits in a number entry, the last
digit occupies 1 byte.)
• In addition to the memory size for characters
(in the 1st line) and numbers (in the 2nd and
the 3rd lines), each entry requires the following
memory size:
Telephone entry ..... 6 bytes
Schedule entry ....... 8 bytes (including date
and time)
Memo entry ........... 3 bytes
2. Deleting all the memory contents
Perform steps 2 and 3 as described in the section,
“Using the Organizer for the First Time”.
• To cancel the deletion operation, press any key
EXCEPT FOR f x in step 3.
Model
Quantity
Lithium battery
CR2032
1
1. Precautions
Since improper use of the battery may cause
leakage or explosion, strictly observe the
following instructions.
• Insert the battery with the positive side (+)
correctly facing up.
• Never throw the battery into a fire because it
might explode.
• Keep the battery out of the reach of children.
If the display becomes dim and difficult to read,
immediately replace the battery with a new one.
Continued use of the Organizer with an exhausted
battery can alter or clear the memory contents.
• Complete the replacement of the battery within
1 minute, otherwise all the memory contents
may be cleared.
OFF
1. Press ON to turn the power off.
2. Loosen the screw and remove the battery
holder cover on the back of the unit.
3. Remove the exhausted battery by prying it out
with a stylus. (Fig. 1)
4. Install a new battery with the positive side (+)
facing up into the battery holder. (Fig. 2)
5. Replace the holder cover and secure it with the
screw.
OFF
6. Press ON to turn the power on.
• If nothing appears on the display, press the
RESET switch and tap <.
• Do not tap f and press x. This key
sequence will clear all the memory contents.
7. Set the clock.
Because the battery in the Organizer was installed
at the factory, it may become depleted before the
specified expiration time is reached.
Fig. 1
Fig. 2
Specifications
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•
•
•
•
•
•
• If there is no matching word, “NOT FOUND!”
is displayed. The word next in alphabetical
order will then be displayed.
• Press < or > to scroll through word
list, or edit entry using the keyboard, and
press ENTER for another search.
• Tap or
to return to the source word.
Type
• Improper battery replacement may cause
change or loss of the memory contents.
• Be sure to write down any important
information stored in the memory before
replacing the battery.
• Make sure the power is turned off before
replacing the battery.
OFF
• Do not press ON until the battery replacement
procedure is completed.
Word Translator Mode
The Organizer offers an English-Spanish bidirectional word translation function.
2. Battery replacement
Battery used
•
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•
Model: YO-P106910
Product name: Electronic Organizer
Display: 3 lines of 12 digits
Memory capacity: 96 KB Equivalent∗
Clock mode:
Accuracy: ± 60 seconds/month at 25°C/77°F
Display: Year, month, day, day of the
week, hour, minute, second, AM/PM
Clock function: 12-hour/24-hour format
(switchable), 3 kinds of date type
(switchable), world clock function, daylight
saving time (summer time) display, daily
alarm, hourly alarm
Telephone mode: Entering and recalling of
telephone entry (name, address, E-mail address,
phone number, and web address (URL))
Schedule mode: Entering and recalling of
schedule entry (details, year, month, day, hour,
and minute), schedule alarm
Memo mode: Entering and recalling of memo
entry
Calculator mode: 10 digits (with calculation
status symbols), arithmetic calculations,
percentage, square root, memory calculation, etc.
Currency/unit conversion mode:
5 types of currency conversion (editable) and 9
types of unit conversion
• Game mode: 2 games
• Word Translator mode:
Approx. 2400 words
• Power consumption: 0.003 W
• Operating temperature: 0°C to 40°C
(32°F to 104°F)
• Power supply: 3V ... (DC), lithium battery
CR2032 × 1
• Auto-power off: Approx. 7 minutes
• Battery life: Approx. 2 years at ambient
temperature of 25°C/77°F, assuming the
following daily use: 30 minutes display, alarm
sounding for 20 seconds and key touch tone
turned on/off 100 times.
• Weight (including battery):
Approx. 72 g (0.15 lb.)
• Dimensions:
64 mm (W) × 97 mm (D) × 14.8 mm (H)
2-17/32" (W) × 3-13/16" (D) × 19/32" (H)
• Accessories: 1 lithium battery (installed),
operation manual, stylus
∗ Memory at 96KB Equivalent. Approx. 1,500
telephone names & numbers (name, telephone
and fax number are 14 characters per entry)
can be stored by using compression technology. (Compression Rate: Approx. 1.5:1)
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or modified in design or construction.
In order to enforce the rights under this limited warranty, the purchaser should follow the steps set forth below and provide proof of purchase to the servicer.
The limited warranty described herein is in addition to whatever implied warranties may be granted to purchasers by law. ALL IMPLIED WARRANTIES
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In no event shall Sharp be liable, or in any way responsible, for any damages or defects in the Product which were caused by repairs or attempted repairs
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Your Product :
Electronic Organizer
Warranty Period for this Product :
One (1) year parts and labor from date of purchase.
Additional Items Excluded from
Warranty Coverage :
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to any equipment or any hardware, software, firmware, fluorescent lamp, power cords, covers, rubber parts, or peripherals other than the Product.
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