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RF-8121

RF-8131

Personal

Digital Assistant

User’s Guide

Contents

License Agreement . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2 Notice . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3 Getting Started . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4 Understanding the Display . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .6 Using the Clocks . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .8 Entering a Phone Record . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .12 Entering a Schedule record . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .14 Entering an Anniversary . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .16 Entering a Todo . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .17 Entering a Memo Record . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .19 Entering an Internet Record . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .20 Entering an Expense . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .21 Searching and Editing Records . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .23 Using the Timer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .25 Playing the Games . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .26 Reading a Book . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .29 Using the Calculators . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .30 Using the Converters . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .36 Installing the Rolodex® Electronics Desktop Manager .40 Synchronizing Records . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .42 Using IntellisyncTM . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .43 Transferring Data . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .48 Using a Password . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .51 Replacing the Batteries . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .54 Specifications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .55 FCC Notice . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .56 Limited Warranty (U.S. only) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .57 Limited Warranty (EU and Switzerland) . . . . . . . . . . . . .59 Limited Warranty (outside U.S., EU and Switzerland) . .60 Table of Cities in World Clock . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .61 Bonus Nutritional Guide . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .62

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License Agreement

READ THIS LICENSE AGREEMENT BEFORE USING THE ELECTRONIC REFERENCE. YOUR USE OF THE ELECTRONIC REFERENCE DEEMS THAT YOU ACCEPT THE TERMS OF THIS LICENSE. IF YOU DO NOT AGREE WITH THESE TERMS, YOU MAY RETURN THIS PACKAGE WITH PURCHASE RECEIPT TO THE DEALER FROM WHICH YOU PURCHASED THE ELECTRONIC REFERENCE AND YOUR PURCHASE PRICE WILL BE REFUNDED. ELECTRONIC REFERENCE means the software product and documentation found in this package and FRANKLIN means Franklin Electronic Publishers, Inc.

Limited Use License

All rights in the ELECTRONIC REFERENCE remain the property of FRANKLIN. Through your purchase, FRANKLIN grants you a personal and nonexclusive licensed to use this ELECTRONIC REFERENCE. You may not make any copies of the ELECTRONIC REFERENCE or of the data stored therein, whether in electronic or print format. Such copying would be in violation of applicable copyright laws. Further, you may not modify, adapt, disassemble, decompile, translate, create derivative works of, or in any way reverse engineer the ELECTRONIC REFERENCE. You may not export or reexport, directly or indirectly, the ELECTRONIC REFERENCE without compliance with appropriate governmental regulations. The ELECTRONIC REFERENCE contains Franklin’s confidential and proprietary information which you agree to take adequate steps to protect from unauthorized disclosure or use. This license is effective until terminated. This license terminates immediately without notice from FRANKLIN if you fail to comply with any provision of this license.

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Notice

Recommendations

The manufacturer 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, the manufacturer 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.

The manufacturer assumes no responsibility, directly or indirectly, for financial losses or claims from third parties resulting from the use of this product and any of its functions, such as stolen credit card numbers, the loss or alteration of stored data, etc.

The information provided in this manual is subject to change without notice.

Cautions

Do not carry the organizer in the back pocket of your slacks or trousers.

Do not drop the organizer or apply excessive force to it.

Do not subject the organizer to extreme temperatures.

Clean only with a soft, dry cloth.

Since this product is not waterproof, do not use it or store it where fluids can splash onto it. Raindrops, water spray, juice, coffee, steam, perspiration, etc. will also cause the organizer to malfunction.

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Getting Started

Important Notice

This unit is shipped in “Sleep” mode in order to conserve battery life. To start the unit, it must first be reset. The Reset button is accessed via the hole above the battery door on the back of the unit.

Using the Organizer for the First Time

The first time you use this organizer, you should perform a system reset. Warning! A system reset erases anyuser-enteredinformation and clears all settings.

1.Turn the organizer over and carefully pull the battery insulation sheet to remove it.

2.Press ON/OFF to turn the organizer off.

3.Use a paper clip to gently press the reset button on the back of the organizer.

4.Tap ENTER to reset the organizer.

Selecting a Language

1.Tap and then tap LANG at the bottom of the screen.

ENGLISH? appears on the screen.

2.Tap orto cycle through the seven available languages: English, Españ ol, Franç ais, Deutsch, Portuguê s, Italiano, Nederlands.

3.Tap ENTER when you see the one you want.

When the device is on, press and hold ON/OFF for about two seconds to turn the backlight on. Press and hold again to turn the backlight off(RF-8131only).

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Getting Started

About Screen Illustrations

Some screen illustrations in this User’s Guide may vary slightly from what you see on the screen. This does not mean that your organizer is malfunctioning.

Auto-ShutOff

When none of the keys have been pressed for approximately seven minutes, the organizer automatically turns the power off to save the battery. Press ON/OFF to resume. The actual life of the battery depends on the usage.

Keyboards

ABC/123 at bottom right of screen controls the keyboards. Tap this to toggle between the letter/number keyboards. The Calculator function icons andSYML appear only in the numeric keyboard.Note:ABC/123 only appears in data entry screens.

Symbols

You can enter 22 symbols such as @, $, and 32 accented characters such as Ä , É , etc. To enter a symbol or special character when tapping letters, first tap ABC/123, then tapSYML, then taporto cycle through the 53 available symbols and characters. When you see the symbol or character

you want, tap 1-6.TapABC/123 to return to the letter keyboard.

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Understanding the Display

Several icons appear on the upper left of the screen to indicate active modes. These are indicator icons only and perform no function when tapped.

Note:/on the upper left indicates data extending beyond the current screen. Tap/to scroll up and down and read all the available data.

The bottom half of the screen contains the function icons, directions arrows, letters, numbers and other icons that you can tap to perform a number of functions.

Note: The display is dependent on the mode you are in. For example, the Calculator function keys are displayed only in the Calculator.

Function Icons

The function icons appear in a row beneath the data display.

Cycles between the Business, Business 2, and Personal phone directories.

Goes to the Internet directory.

Cycles between Home Time, World Time and daily alarm mode. Cycles between the Calendar,

Schedule and Anniversary (RF-8131only).

Toggles between the Todos and Memos.

Cycles through the available games.

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Understanding the Display

Goes to the Timer.

Goes to the currently installed book.

Cycles through the four calculators.

Cycles through the three converters and the Expense manager (RF-8131only).

Goes to the Data Synchronization screen. This is active only if you have the PC Sync program installed on your PC and your unit is connected to your PC.

Other Icons

///Moves cursor in the indicated direction.

Searches up through records.

Searches down through records.

Enables/disables the alarms.

Enables/disables the keytone.

Goes to the Enter Password screen.

Enters a hard return.

Jumps directly to the e-mailfield in a phone record.

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Using the Clocks

Each time you press ON/OFF, tap, or after a system reset, you see the Home Time screen. You can perform the following functions in Home Time.

Tap to go to World Time.

Tap MD/DM on bottom left of screen to toggle between the month/day and day/month formats.

Tap 12/24 on bottom of screen to toggle between 12and24-hourdisplays for the clock.

Tap DST on bottom right of screen to enable/disable daylight savings time.

Tap to enable/disable the keytone.

The keytone is the beep that sounds when you touch the screen. on the upper left indicates the keytone is enabled.

Tap to enable/disable the hourly chime.

on the upper left indicates the hourly chime is enabled.

Tap to go to the Password entry screen.

Tap to start data synchronization with your PC.

Tap M.CHK to see the percent of available memory.

• Tap /to adjust the LCD contrast.

Tap LANG to go to the Language selection screen.

Tap EDIT to go to the Home Time edit screen.

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Using the Clocks

Setting Home Time

1.Tap until you see HOME TIME.

2.Tap EDIT.

3.At the city name, tap orto cycle through the available city names.

Tap A-Z to edit a city name. This will be your Home city.

You can edit the city, month, day, year, hour and minute.

Tap ///to move the cursor in the indicated direction.

4.Tap 0-9to edit the year, day and month.

5.Tap 0-9to edit the hour and minute.

Tap AM/PM at bottom left of screen to toggle between a.m. and p.m. in the12-hourformat.

6.Tap ENTER to store the time.

Seconds are updated automatically.

If you enter an invalid time, you will be prompted for a correction.

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Using the Clocks

Viewing World Time

You must set your home time before viewing World Time. There are 45 built-incities. The list is available at the end of this User’s Guide.

1.Tap until you see WORLD TIME.

2.Tap orto cycle through the available city times.

Tap 12/24 at the bottom of screen to toggle between the 12and24-hourtime format.

Tap DST on bottom right of screen to enable/disable daylight savings time.

3.Tap twice to return to Home Time.

Setting the Daily Alarm

When the set time is reached, the alarm sounds for 20 seconds. Tap any key other than to activate the snooze function and stop the sound. When the snooze function is activated, the alarm sounds every eight minutes. Tapto stop the sound andde-activatethe snooze function.

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Using the Clocks

To set the daily alarm, do the following:

1. Tap until you see ALARM.

2.Tap EDIT.

Tap 0-9 to edit the hour and minute.

Tap /to move the cursor in the indicated direction.

Tap AM/PM at the bottom of screen to toggle between a.m. and p.m.

3.Tap ENTER to store your settings.

4.Tap on bottom left of screen to disable/reenable the daily alarm.

to the left of the display indicates the daily alarm is enabled.

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Entering a Phone Record

There are three telephone directories: Business, Business 2 and Personal. Each directory has 10 fields in which to enter data. The fields appear in the following sequence: Name, Company, Address, Home, Work, Fax, Cell, Pager, E-mailand Note. Each field has a character limit. Please see the table below.

Field

Character

Limit

 

NAME

40

COMPANY

18

ADDRESS

80

HOME PHONE

18

WORK PHONE

18

FAX

18

CELLULAR

18

PAGER

18

EMAIL

40

NOTE

60

To enter a phone record, do the following:

1.Tap to go to the Business phone directory.

Tap again to go to the Business 2 phone directory. Tapa third time to go to the

Personal phone directory.

2.Tap A-Zto enter a name.

Name is the first field. You MUST enter a name if you want to save the record.

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Entering a Phone Record

Tap ABC/123 to toggle between the letter/number keyboards.

Tap SYML on the numeric keyboard to cycle through the list of available symbols.

Tap SPACE to insert a space.

Tap DEL to delete a character. The character at the cursor is deleted.

Tap INS to insert a character. Tap/to move the cursor.

3.Tap ENTER to enter data in each successive field.

You need not enter data in every field.

Note is the last field.

4.Tap ENTER in the Note field to save the record.

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Entering a Schedule record

There are three fields in the Schedule: Start Date, End Date, and Message. You can set a Schedule alarm which sounds for 20 seconds. You can enable/disable the alarm, and stop the sound at any time. To enter a Schedule record, do the following:

1.Tap twice.

You see START DATE? on the screen.

2.Tap 0-9to enter a Start Date and time.

The date format is what you set in Home Time.

You MUST enter a Start Date and time if you want to save the record.

Tap /to move the cursor left or right.

3.Tap ENTER to enter data in each successive field.

You need not enter data in every field.

on the upper left indicates the Schedule alarm is activated.

At the time fields, tap AM/PM to toggle between a.m. and p.m. in the12-hourformat.

If you enter an invalid date or time, you are prompted for a correction.

Message is the last field. You can enter up to 490 characters in this field.

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Entering a Schedule record

Note: In the date and time fields, only the number keyboard is available. In the Message field, tapABC/123 to toggle between the letter/number keyboards.

Tap A-Z or0-9 to enter your data.

Tap SYML, then tap /to cycle through the list of available symbols.

Tap SPACE to insert a space.

Tap DEL to delete a character.

The character at the cursor is deleted.

Tap INS to insert a character.

Tap /to move the cursor.

4. Tap ENTER to store your data.

Using the Calendar

1.Tap .

2.Tap orto move to a different month.

3.Tap ///to move to a different day, week or month, by day.

The active date blinks on the screen.

4.Tap ENTER to add a schedule entry for the date the cursor is on.

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Entering an Anniversary

This is available only in RF-8131.Each Anniversary record consists of a Date field and a Message field. To enter an Anniversary do the following:

1.Tap until you see ANNIVERSARY.

You see DATE? on the screen.

2.Tap 0-9to enter the anniversary date.

The date format is what you set in the Home Time, without the year.

You MUST enter a date if you want to save the record.

Tap /to move the cursor left or right.

3.Tap ENTER to move to the Message field.

You can enter a maximum of 108 characters. You need not enter data in the message field.

Note: In the Date field, only the numbers keyboard is available. In the Message field, tapABC/123 to toggle between the letter/number keyboards.

Tap A-Z or0-9 to enter your data.

Tap SYML, then taporto cycle through the list of available symbols.

Tap SPACE to insert a space. TapDEL to delete a character. TapINS to insert a character.

4.Tap ENTER to store your data.

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Entering a Todo

There are four fields in the Todo book: Date Due, Message (description), Date Done and Priority. You can set priority levels of one to three. To enter a Todo record, do the following:

1.Tap once.

2.Tap 0-9to enter the due date for the Todo.

The date format is what you set in Home Time.

You MUST enter a due date if you want to save the record.

If you enter an invalid date, you are prompted for a correction.

Tap /to move the cursor left or right.

3.Tap ENTER to enter data in each successive field.

You can enter a maximum of 108 characters in the

MESSAGE field.

Note: In the date and priority fields, only the number keyboard is available. In the Message field, tapABC/123 to toggle between the letter/number keyboards.

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Entering a Todo

Tap A-Z or0-9 to enter your data.

Tap SYML, then tap/to cycle through the list of available symbols.

Tap SPACE to insert a space.

Tap DEL to delete a character.

Tap INS to insert a character.

Tap /to move the cursor.

Priority is the last field.

4.Tap ENTER to store your data.

The Todos are sorted by the due date.

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Entering a Memo Record

Each Memo record consists of a Message field in which you can enter a maximum of 490 characters.

To enter a Memo do the following:

1.Tap twice.

2.Tap any key to begin entering your memo.

3.Tap A-Zor0-9to enter your data.

Tap SYML, then taporto cycle through the list of available symbols.

Tap SPACE to insert a space. TapDEL to delete a character. TapINS to insert a character.

Tap /to move the cursor.

4.Tap ENTER to store your record.

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Entering an Internet Record

Each Internet record has five fields: Message (description), Internet (address), Login ID, Password and Note. You can enter descriptions of your favorite Web sites, the addresses and a note. You can enter a maximum of 108 characters in the Message and Note fields and 80 characters in the Internet field. To enter an Internet record, do the following:

1.Tap .

You see MESSAGE? on the screen.

2.Tap A-Zor0-9to enter your description.

You must enter data in this field if you want to save the record.

Tap SYML, then taporto cycle through the list of available symbols.

Tap SPACE to insert a space. TapDEL to delete a character. TapINS to insert a character.

Tap /to move the cursor.

3.Tap ENTER to go to the Internet (address) field.

4.In each field, enter data and tap ENTER to go to the next field.

Note is the last field. Enter a note if you want.

5.Tap ENTER to store the data.

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Entering an Expense

The Expense manager is available only in RF-8131.Each Expense record consists of the following fields: Date, Amount, Expense Type, Payment Type, and Note. To enter an Expense do the following:

1.Tap until you see EXPENSE.

You see DATE? on the screen.

2.Tap 0-9to enter the expense date.

The date format is what you set in the Home Time, without the year.

You MUST enter a date if you want to save the record.

Tap /to move the cursor left or right.

3.Tap ENTER to move to the Amount field.

Tap 0-9 and. to enter your amount. Tapto erase the last entered digit.

4.Tap ENTER to move to the Expense Type field.

Use /to cycle through the eight expense types. Stop when you reach the one you want.

5.Tap ENTER to move to the Payment Type field.

Use /to cycle through the Payment types. Stop when you reach the type you want.

6.Tap ENTER to move to the Note field.

You can enter a maximum of 108 characters. You need not enter data in the Note field.

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Entering an Expense

Note: In the Date and Amount fields, only the numbers keyboard is available. In the Note field, tapABC/123 to toggle between the letters/numbers keyboards.

Tap A-Z or0-9 to enter your data.

Tap SYML, then tap/to cycle through the list of available symbols.

Tap SPACE to insert a space. TapDEL to delete a character. TapINS to insert a character.

7. Tap ENTER to store your data.

Calculating an Expense

1.Tap until you see EXPENSE.

2.Tap ENTER twice.

3.Enter the start date and tap .

4.Enter the end date and tap .

5.Tap repeatedly to view each individual Expense type.

After the MISC field, you see theTOTAL expense for the selected period.

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Searching and Editing Records

Phone, Memo and Internet records are sorted alphabetically. Schedule and Todo records are sorted chronologically. You can review your records, edit them or delete them.

Searching for a Record

1.Tap the icon of the directory you want to search.

2.Tap or to view the records in the order they appear.

In the Telephone, Memo and Internet directories, enter the first few letters of a record then tap orto find it quickly. The first record starting with the input letters is displayed if it exists. You can then taporto view other matching records. If no matching record is found,NOT FOUND is displayed.

In the Phone books, you can do a wildcard search using . For example, to find all the records ending in “ant”, tap ABC/123, tapSYML and then tap the number for . Enter “ant”. Taporto display the first record ending in “ant” if it exists.You can then taporto view other matching records.

Note: Only records matching the entered keywords or wildcards are displayed.

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Searching and Editing Records

Viewing a Record

1.Find the record you want to view as described above.

2.Tap /to view other fields in the record.

Empty fields are not displayed.

In a phone record, tap to go directly to the e- mail field.

Editing a Record

1.Find the record you want to edit.

To learn how, read “Searching for a Record”.

2.Tap EDIT.

Edit your records as needed.

3.Tap ENTER to go through the fields in the record.

4.Tap ENTER in the last field to store the edits.

Deleting a Record

1.Find the record you want to delete.

To learn how, read “Searching for a Record”.

2.Tap DEL on bottom center of screen.

3.Tap ENTER to confirm the deletion.

Tap any other icon to cancel the deletion.

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Using the Timer

You can use your organizer as a Timer. To set the Timer, do the following.

1.Tap .

2.Tap the number keys or use /to input the hour, minute and seconds you want.

3.Tap ENTER to store your setting.

The Timer will beep at the appointed time no matter where you are in the organizer.

Tap any key to stop the beeping.

To pause the Timer, tap ENTER. Tore-startit, tapENTER again.

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Playing the Games

Your organizer comes with four fun games: Keyboard Wizard, Tic Tac Toe, Chance and Memory.

Keyboard Wizard

This game challenges you to tap a letter that floats across the screen before it gets to the other side.

1.Tap until you see KEYBOARD WIZARD.

2.Tap ENTER to begin.

3.Tap the letter that is rightmost on the screen.

If you tap the correct letter, it disappears. Once 12 characters are displayed, the game is over.

Tic Tac Toe

You play against the organizer. The object of the game is to get three Os in a row before the organizer gets three Xs.

1.Tap until you see TIC TAC TOE.

2.Tap ENTER to begin.

3.Tap 1 to play first or 2 for the organizer to play first.

4.Use ///to move the cursor to the position you want and press ENTER.

The game is over when there are three Xs or Os in a row or when all the spots are filled.

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Playing the Games

Chance

You can have the unit select a maximum of 10 numbers from a range of 1-99.

1.Tap until you see CHANCE.

2.Tap ENTER.

3.Enter a range of numbers from 1 to 99.

For example, enter 01-75.

4.Tap and enter the amount of numbers you want between1-10.

For example, enter 5.

5.Tap ENTER.

You will see five numbers in the 1-75range.

6.Tap ENTER repeatedly to see new sets of numbers.

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Playing the Games

Memory

This game tests your memory.

1.Tap until you see MEMORY.

2.Tap ENTER to begin.

3.Use ///to move the cursor to a hidden number.

4.Tap ENTER to see the number.

The number behind the cursor is revealed. Continue doing this until you find matching numbers.

The object of the game is to find all the matching number sets. When you reveal two similar numbers one after the other, both numbers stay revealed, otherwise the numbers remain hidden. When all the numbers are revealed, the game is over.

5.Press ENTER to play another round.

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Reading a Book

You can use your organizer to spell check, find thesaurus entries, translate or find phrases for a word. The RF-8121includes the US Spell Checker and Foreign Language Phrase Book. TheRF-8131includes the US Spell Checker, Foreign Language Phrase Book, Thesaurus and Six Language Translator.

You must first download the book you want from the PC Sync CD to your organizer. Note: You can download only one translator at a time. When you download a second one, the first one is overwritten.

1.Tap .

Tap LANG to switch the direction of the translator or phrase book.

2.Tap ENTER.

3.Tap A-Zto enter a word.

4.Tap ENTER.

If the entry is found, you first see the message FOUND and then the word, synonym, phrase or translation depending on the book you are viewing.

5.Tap orto scroll.

If the word you entered is not found, you see the

closest match. Tap orto scroll and see other possible matches.

For details on downloading and deleting a book, please see “Transferring Data” on page 48.

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Using the Calculators

Your organizer has four calculators: a Math Calculator, a Calorie Calculator, a Tip Calculator and a Discount Calculator.

Making a Calculation

1. Tap once.

The numeric keypad appears.

2.Tap 0-9, .or +/- to enter the numbers you want.

You can enter a maximum of 10 digits.

3.Tap +, -,x or ÷ to perform an addition, subtraction, multiplication or division.

Tap to erase the last entered digit. Tapto calculate the square root.

4.Enter another number.

5.Tap = to do the calculation.

Or tap % to calculate the percentage.

6.Tap C/CE to clear the calculations.

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Using the Calculators

Note: If there is an error or overflow,E is displayed on the screen and you will not be able to do any further calculations. TapC/CE to clear the error screen and return to the Calculator.

Using the Calculator Memory

1.In the Calculator, make a calculation or enter a number.

2.To add the number on the screen to the number stored in memory, tap M+ on lower left of screen.

To subtract the number on the screen from the number stored in memory, tap M– on lower left of screen.

M appears on the screen to indicate the number is stored in memory.

Note: The number is retained in memory even when you turn the unit off.

3.To retrieve the number from memory, tap MRC once.

4.To clear the memory, tap MRC twice.

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Using the Calculators

Using the Calorie Calculator

Your organizer comes with a built-indatabase of 100 common food items and their caloric values.Note: The data is available in English only. Please see “Bonus Nutritional Guide” at the end of this User’s Guide.

You can use this database to calculate the calories consumed in a selected period. To enter a record, do the following.

1.Tap until you see CALORIE.

When there are no stored records, you see NO DATA on the screen. When records are stored, you see the latest record.

2.Tap INS.

3.Tap /to cycle through the list of available foods. Stop when you see the one you want.

You can also tap ABC/123 (if necessary) to go to the alphabet keypad and tap the first letter of the food you want.

Tap /to scroll across the screen and read all the text.

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Using the Calculators

4.Tap and enter the date.

5.Tap again and enter the time.

You can tap AM/PM to enter the proper time of day if you previously selected the12-hourtime display format.

6.Tap .

The unit for the food you selected will appear.

7.Enter the relevant number.

For example, if the food is Pizza, enter the number of slices.

8.Tap ENTER.

The latest record is displayed on the screen.

Viewing and Deleting Calorie Records

1.Tap until you see the CALORIE.

2.Tap /to scroll through your records.

Use /to see the details of a record.

3.When you see the record you wish to delete, tap DEL.

4.Tap ENTER to delete the record.

Tap any other key to cancel the deletion.

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Using the Calculators

Getting a Calorie Report

1.Tap until you see the CALORIE.

2.Tap R on the letter keypad.

3.Enter the begin and end dates.

Use /to move between the fields.

4.Tap ENTER to see the report.

Tap repeatedly to scroll through the daily reports.

5.Tap CE when done to exit the report mode.

Using the Tip Calculator

There are three built in percentages:10%, 15% and 20%. You can use these when calculating a tip or you can set your own percentage. To use the tip calculator, do the following.

1.Tap until you see TIP CALC.

2.Tap T, enter a number and tap ENTER to set a percentage.

The default percentage is 15%.

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Using the Calculators

You can also use orto change the percentage to 10% or 20% respectively and tapENTER.

3.Tap the amount of the bill and tap ENTER.

The result you get is the bill amount plus the tip.

Using the Discount Calculator

There are three built in percentages: 5%, 10% and 20%. You can use these when calculating the discount on an item, or you can set your own percentage. To use the discount calculator, do the following.

1.Tap until you see DISC CALC.

2.Tap T, enter a number and tap ENTER to set a percentage.

The default percentage is 5%.

You can also use to change the percentage to 10% or 20% and tapENTER.

3.Enter the price of the item and tap ENTER.

The result you get is the price minus the discount.

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Using the Converters

There are three converters: Euro, Currency and Metric.

Doing Euro Conversions

Use the Euro converter to do any of the 12 built-inconversions. Note that the rates are set and cannot be changed. In the table below, the rate shown is for 1 Euro.

1 EURO

=40.3399 BEF (Belgian Francs)

=1.95583 DEM (German Marks)

=166.386 ESP (Spanish Pesetas)

=6.55957 FRF (French Francs)

=0.787564 IEP (Irish Pounds)

=1936.27 ITL (Italian Lire)

=40.3399 LUF (Luxemburg Francs)

=2.20371 NLG (Dutch Gilders)

=13.7603 ATS (Austrian Shillings)

=200.482 PTE (Portuguese Escudos)

=5.94573 FIM (Finnish Marks)

=340.750 GRD (Greek Drachma)

1.Tap .

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Using the Converters

You see the first conversion screen.

2.Tap orto find the conversion you want.

The rate is displayed to the right of the screen.

3.Tap /to change the direction of the conversion.

4.Tap 0-9and . to enter the number you want.

5.Tap ENTER to convert.

Setting Currency Rates

Once you set currency rates, you can do currency conversions. You can set four currency rates. The default currency settings are USD USD and the default rate is 1. To set a conversion rate, do the following:

1. Tap until you see CURRENCY.

You see the first conversion screen.

2.Tap EDIT.

The first letter on the left flashes.

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Using the Converters

3.Tap A-Zto enter an abbreviation first for the currency name on the left, then for the currency name on the right.

You can enter a maximum of 3 letters for each name.

Tap / to move the cursor.

4.Tap ENTER to edit the rate.

Tap to erase previously entered digits.

5.Tap 0-9and . to enter a rate.

You can enter a maximum of eight digits including a decimal point.

6.Tap ENTER to save the setting.

7.Tap to go to the next conversion screen.

Once you set your currencies and rates, you can do currency conversions in the same way you do metric conversions.

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Using the Converters

Doing Metric Conversions

Use the Metric converter to do any of the eight builtin conversions.

inch

cm

yd

m

mile

km

ft

m

oz

g

lb

kg

gal

l US

gal

l UK

1.Tap until you see METRIC.

You go to the first conversion screen.

The conversion rate is displayed to the right of the screen.

2.Tap orto find the conversion you want.

3.Tap /to change the direction of the conversion.

4.Enter the numbers you want.

5.Tap ENTER to do the conversion.

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Installing the Rolodex®

Electronics Desktop Manager

The Rolodex® Electronics Desktop Manager is the PC software program that transfers data between the Rolodex® Personal Digital Assistant and a personal computer (PC). You can synchronize MS Outlook® 97/98/2000/2002 and Intellisync Mobile Desktop files or add books to the Organizer. The Desktop Manager has the following system requirements:

IBM® compatible Pentium® class PC or higher

Windows 95, 98, Me, 2000 or XP (English, French or German version)

64 MB RAM

256 Color VGA Monitor

30 MB hard disk space

CD-ROMdrive (for installation)

One free serial communications (COM) port

Mouse or other pointing device

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Installing the Rolodex®

Electronics Desktop Manager

To install the Desktop Manager on your PC:

1.Insert the Rolodex® Electronics Desktop Manager CD into theCD-ROMdrive on your PC.

The Setup screen appears.

If this screen DOES NOT launch automatically, follow these steps.

Go to Start | Run.

Type d:\setup and press ENTER.

2.Click the Install Rolodex Electronics Desktop Manager button.

Select the one for your model number, if needed. To install Intellisync Mobile Desktop, click the corresponding button.

3.Select a language, if necessary.

Consult a User’s Guide in the desired language, if needed.

4.Follow the instructions on the screen to install the program.

5.Click the Finish button when done.

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Synchronizing Records

Before you can synchronize records you must:

1.Install the Rolodex® Electronics Desktop Manager onto your PC. See“Installing the Rolodex® Electronics Desktop Manager” on page 41.

2.Connect the organizer to the PC using the serial cable provided.

• Turn your personal computer off.

• Connect the 9-pinplug of the cable into a free communications (COM) port.

Connect the single-pinplug of the cable into the PC PORT hole on your organizer.

3.Start the Desktop Manager.

From the PC, click Start | Programs | Rolodex® Electronics Desktop Manager.

4.Set the communication port.

From the Desktop Manager, click Setup | Connection. Select the port you want and clickOK.

5.Use Intellisync for Rolodex Electronics to match the PC organizer programs to with the organizer programs on your Rolodex® Electronics Personal Digital Assistant. See“Using IntellisyncTM” on page 43.

6.Move data between the organizer and the Desktop Manager. See “Transferring Data” on page 48.

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Using IntellisyncTM

Intellisync for Rolodex Electronics is the program that allows you to import, export or synchronize files between the PC organizer programs and your Rolodex® Electronics Personal Digital Assistant.

The PC organizer applications can be synchronized with the following programs located in your device:

Schedule

Memo Book

Phone Book

To Do

Data can be transferred in the following ways:

Imported from your PC organizer application to the organizer.

Exported from the organizer to your PC organizer application.

Synchronized so that the most up-to-dateinformation is placed in both locations.

To synchronize your organizer, follow these steps.

1.Configure your organizer programs.

2.Change advanced settings.

3.Synchronize your personal information.

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Using IntellisyncTM

Configuring Your Organizer Programs

For your organizer data to be included in a synchronization, the organizer programs must first be aligned with your PC organizer application. You must select the organizer programs and the PC organizer applications that you want to synchronize. To configure the synchronization settings, follow these steps.

1.From the Desktop Manager, click Setup | Intellisync.

You see the Intellisync Sync Options dialog box.

2.Click the box next to the organizer program you want to synchronize with your PC organizer application.

Note: The Choose Translator dialog box appears the first time you select a translator. During subsequent configuration, you must check the box next to the organizer program you want to edit and click the Choose button.

3.Click your PC organizer application from the list of available translators.

A PC organizer application file is assigned to the program you are aligning.

4.Click the check box next to the operation you want to perform.

Import

Imports data from your PC organ-

 

izer application to the organizer

 

program on the organizer.

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Using IntellisyncTM

 

 

Export

Exports data to your PC organizer

 

application from the organizer

 

program on the organizer.

Synchronize Synchronizes data between the organizer program on the organizer and your PC organizer application.

Click Options to change settings used when exchanging data with your PC organizer application or click Browse to map an alternate file or folder to this application.

Click Cancel to exit without saving any changes. ClickHelp for additional information.

5.Click OK to accept your changes and return to the Intellisync Sync Options dialog box.

6.Repeat this process for each organizer program you want to include in the synchronization.

The organizer programs you want to include in the synchronization are now connected to your PC organizer application.

Click the Write to log file check box to create a synchronization log file.

Click Cancel to return to the Desktop Manager without saving your configuration settings.

7.Click OK to save your configuration settings.

When you are finished configuring the applications, edit the advanced settings.

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Using IntellisyncTM

Changing Advanced Settings

Each organizer program contains advanced settings, such as confirmation, conflict resolution, and field mappings. These include program specific parameters and fields to be mapped for the data exchange. Note: These settings vary by organizer program.

Once you have selected a translator for an organizer program, you can change the advanced settings.

1.In the Intellisync Sync Options dialog box, click the organizer program for which you want to change advanced settings.

2.Click Advanced.

You see the Advanced Settings dialog box. This dialog box differs for each organizer program.

3.Click the tab containing the settings you want to change.

For details about the settings, click Help.

4.To edit field mappings, click Field Mapping.

You see a dialog box indicating the file or folder the field names are retrieved from. This is the file or folder assigned to the organizer program when your PC organizer application is selected in the Choose Translator dialog box.

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Using IntellisyncTM

5.Click OK to accept this file or folder.

Click Cancel to map fields without refreshing the information from the file or folder.

Click Help for additional information. You see the Field Mapping dialog box.

6.Map the fields for the organizer program.

Your PC organizer application fields are bold and listed in the right column. Click and drag a field in the right column, up or down to align it with a matching organizer application field in the left column. Select a field, then double-clickor press the space bar to map or unmap the fields. Mapped fields contain a double arrow between the columns. You can also click in the middle column to map or unmap fields. ClickReset to return the field mapping to the default settings.

Click Cancel to exit without saving your changes. ClickHelp for additional information.

7.Click OK to save your changes.

Repeat this process for each organizer program for which you want to change advanced settings.

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Transferring Data

You can synchronize personal information between the Desktop Manager on a PC and your organizer, or you can move a book to your organizer.

Note: Make sure the cable is connected securely to both the PC and the organizer.

To transfer data from the Desktop Manager, follow these steps.

1.Click or File|Synchronize.

To send a book, click File|Send book orand then select the file for the book you want.

Note:Only one book may be present on the Organizer at any time. When a new book is installed, any book on the device is overwritten. It is highly recommended that you delete the book that is currently installed BEFORE you download a

new book.

To delete a book from the organizer, tap and tapDELETE.

DELETE? appears on the screen. TapENTER to delete the book.

Tap any other key to exit without deleting the book.

2.From the Organizer, tap .

3.Tap SYNC.

4.Tap ENTER.

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Transferring Data

Warning! Once you transfer data between your handheld organizer and the PC, they become a matched pair. Should you try to synchronize data between your handheld organizer and a different PC, your data is likely to be corrupted. It is best to synchronize between a single matched pair.

Note: For proper synchronization, make sure that the organizer applications you want are selected in Intellisync.

Warning! PC organizer applications may have longer fields than the Rolodex® Organizer can accept.

When the data in your PC organizer application fields exceeds the number of characters allowed in the corresponding Organizer program fields, the portion of the data that exceeds the field limit will not be copied.

If you edit the fields in the Organizer, the Organizer data will be considered the newer data, and your PC organizer application data WILL BE OVERWRITTEN when you next sync.

If you do not edit those fields in the Organizer, your PC organizer application data WILL NOT BE OVERWRITTEN.

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Transferring Data

When you synchronize your data, records that were deleted either in your handheld organizer or the Desktop Manager will be deleted in both. New records added in either, will now be added in both. Edited records will be updated in both. If you edit the same record in both your handheld organizer and the Desktop Manager, copies of both records will be retained.

During synchronization, you will see the following messages on your organizer:

Sending… this means your handheld organizer is transmitting the data necessary for synchronization.

Receiving… this means your PC has processed the data and is transmitting back the data necessary for synchronization.

OK! this means synchronization is complete.

After two seconds, your handheld organizer will return to the initial display mode.

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Using a Password

You can lock your handheld organizer so that only the Clock, Calculator and Converter can be used without supplying the password. Note: You do not need to set a password to use this organizer.

Warning! Please keep written records of your data. If you forget your password, you will not be able to recover any of the data stored in your handheld organizer. To bypass the password, you will have to perform a system reset, which will clear the password but will also erase all the data stored in memory. To learn how to perform a system reset, read “Getting Started.”

Setting a Password

1.Tap until you see HOME TIME.

2.Tap .

3.Enter a password.

You can use a maximum of 6 digits.

4.Tap ENTER to store your password.

is displayed on the upper left to indicate your handheld organizer is locked.

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Using a Password

Accessing Password Protected Data

When your password is activated, you have to unlock your handheld organizer in order to access the phone records, schedules, todos, memos, anniversary and expense records.

To unlock your handheld organizer, do the following:

1.Tap until you see HOME TIME.

2.Tap or tap,,,, or.

3.Tap your current password and tap ENTER.

If you enter the wrong password, OPEN ERROR is displayed on the screen and you are again prompted to enter your password.

Once you enter the correct password, you can enter new data or view existing data.

Note: The unit automatically locks when your handheld organizer is turned off.

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Using a Password

Changing or Deactivating the Password

1.Unlock your handheld organizer.

2.Tap until you see HOME TIME.

3.Tap .

4.To change your password, enter a new password, then tap ENTER.

To deactivate your password, tap ENTER without entering a password.

This unit may change operating modes due to Electro-staticdischarge. Normal operation of this unit can bere-establishedby pressing the reset key, ON/OFF or by removing/replacing batteries.

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Replacing the Batteries

This organizer uses two CR-2032lithium batteries.

When you find the display becomes dim, please change the batteries.

Note: Replace both batteries at the same time. Follow these steps to change the batteries. Before you follow these steps you should have a small Phillips screwdriver and the new batteries at hand.

1.Turn the organizer off and turn it over.

2.With the Phillips screwdriver, remove the screw to the battery cover and then remove the cover.

Do not remove the screws at the sides of the organizer.

3.Remove the old batteries and quickly replace them with the new ones, with the positive (+) side up.

4.Replace the battery cover.

Warning! When you next turn on the organizer, ifRESET? is displayed,DO NOT tapENTER unless you want to delete all previously entered data. Tap any Function Icon instead.

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Specifications

Model: RF-8121• Size: 10.4 X 8.0 X 1.17 cm

Weight: 2.8 oz • Battery: 2 CR-2032Lithium Storage Capacity: 384 K

ISBN: 1-59074-002-5

Model: RF-8131• Size: 10.4 X 8.0 X 1.17 cm

Weight: 2.8 oz • Battery: 2 CR-2032Lithium Storage Capacity: 750 K

ISBN: 1-59074-107-2

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.

FOR HOME OR OFFICE USE

Copyrights, Trademarks and Patents

© 2002 Franklin Electronic Publishers, Inc., Burlington, N.J. 08016-4907USA. All rights reserved.

ROLODEX® is a registered trademark of Berol Corporation, a subsidiary of Newell Rubbermaid, Inc. Patents pending.

DATAGUARD is a registered trademark of Franklin Electronic Publishers, Inc. Other trademarks are the property of their respective owners.

Contacts

For registration, sales and customer service call 1-800-266-5626 (U.S. only) or visit us at www.franklin.com. Please have your product number(RF-8121 orRF-8131)and date of purchase handy when you call to register. For technical support call609-386-8997.

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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:–Reorientor relocate the receiving antenna.

–Increasethe separation between the equipment and receiver.

–Connectthe equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the receiver is connected.

–Consultthe 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.

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Limited Warranty (U.S. only)

LIMITED WARRANTY, DISCLAIMER OF WARRANTIES AND LIMITED REMEDY

(A)LIMITED WARRANTY. FRANKLIN WARRANTS TO THE ORIGINAL END USER THAT FOR A PERIOD OF ONE (1) YEAR FROM THE ORIGINAL DATE OF PURCHASE AS EVIDENCED BY A COPY OF YOUR RECEIPT, YOUR FRANKLIN PRODUCT SHALL BE FREE FROM DEFECTS IN MATERIALS AND WORKMANSHIP. THIS LIMITED WARRANTY DOES NOT INCLUDE DAMAGE DUE TO ACTS OF GOD, ACCIDENT, MISUSE, ABUSE, NEGLIGENCE, MODIFICATION, UNSUITABLE ENVIRONMENT OR IMPROPER MAINTENANCE. THE SOLE OBLIGATION AND LIABILITY OF FRANKLIN, AND YOUR EXCLUSIVE REMEDY UNDER THIS LIMITED WARRANTY, WILL BE REPAIR OR REPLACEMENT WITH THE SAME OR AN EQUIVALENT PRODUCT OF THE DEFECTIVE PORTION OF THE PRODUCT, AT THE SOLE OPTION OF FRANKLIN IF IT DETERMINES THAT THE PRODUCT WAS DEFECTIVE AND THE DEFECTS AROSE WITHIN THE DURATION OF THE LIMITED WARRANTY. THIS REMEDY IS YOUR EXCLUSIVE REMEDY FOR BREACH OF THIS WARRANTY. THIS WARRANTY GIVES YOU CERTAIN RIGHTS; YOU MAY ALSO HAVE OTHER LEGISLATED RIGHTS THAT MAY VARY FROM JURISDICTION TO JURISDICTION.

(B)DISCLAIMER OF WARRANTIES AND LIMITATION OF LIABILITY. EXCEPT FOR THE LIMITED WARRANTIES EXPRESSLY RECITED ABOVE, THIS FRANKLIN IS PROVIDED ON AN “AS IS” BASIS, WITHOUT ANY OTHER WARRANTIES OR CONDITIONS, EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO, WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABLE QUALITY, MERCHANTABILITY OR FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE, OR THOSE ARISING BY LAW, STATUTE, USAGE OF TRADE, OR COURSE OF DEALING. THIS WARRANTY APPLIES ONLY TO PRODUCTS MANUFACTURED BY FRANKLIN AND DOES NOT INCLUDE BATTERIES, CORROSION OF BATTERY CONTACTS OR ANY OTHER DAMAGE CAUSED BY BATTERIES. NEITHER FRANKLIN NOR OUR DEALERS OR SUPPLIERS SHALL HAVE ANY LIABILITY TO YOU OR ANY OTHER PERSON OR ENTITY FOR ANY INDIRECT, INCIDENTAL, SPECIAL, OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES WHATSOEVER, INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO, LOSS OF REVENUE OR PROFIT, LOST OR DAMAGED DATA OR OTHER COMMERCIAL OR ECONOMIC LOSS,

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Limited Warranty (U.S. only)

EVEN IF WE HAVE BEEN ADVISED OF THE POSSIBILITY OF SUCH DAMAGES, OR THEY ARE OTHERWISE FORESEEABLE. WE ARE ALSO NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR CLAIMS BY A THIRD PARTY. OUR MAXIMUM AGGREGATE LIABILITY TO YOU, AND THAT OF OUR DEALERS AND SUPPLIERS, SHALL NOT EXCEED THE AMOUNT PAID BY YOU FOR THE FRANKLIN PRODUCT AS EVIDENCED BY YOUR PURCHASE RECEIPT. YOU ACKNOWLEDGE THAT THIS IS A REASONABLE ALLOCATION OF RISK. SOME STATES/COUNTRIES DO NOT ALLOW THE EXCLUSION OR LIMITATION OF LIABILITY FOR CONSEQUENTIAL OR INCIDENTAL DAMAGES, SO THE ABOVE LIMITATION MAY NOT APPLY TO YOU. IF THE LAWS OF THE RELEVANT JURISDICTION DO NOT PERMIT FULL WAIVER OF IMPLIED WARRANTIES, THEN THE DURATION OF IMPLIED WARRANTIES AND CONDITIONS ARE LIMITED TO THE DURATION OF THE EXPRESS WARRANTY GRANTED HEREIN.

(C) WARRANTY SERVICE: UPON DISCOVERING A DEFECT, YOU MUST CALL FRANKLIN’S CUSTOMER SERVICE DESK,1-800-266-5626, TO REQUEST A RETURN MERCHANDISE AUTHORIZATION (“RMA”) NUMBER, BEFORE RETURNING THE PRODUCT (TRANSPORTATION CHARGES PREPAID) TO:

FRANKLIN ELECTRONIC PUBLISHERS, INC.

ATTN: SERVICE DEPARTMENT

ONE FRANKLIN PLAZA

BURLINGTON, NJ 08016-4907

IF YOU RETURN A FRANKLIN PRODUCT, PLEASE INCLUDE A NOTE WITH THE RMA, YOUR NAME, ADDRESS, TELEPHONE NUMBER, A BRIEF DESCRIPTION OF THE DEFECT AND A COPY OF YOUR SALES RECEIPT AS PROOF OF YOUR ORIGINAL DATE OF PURCHASE. YOU MUST ALSO WRITE THE RMA PROMINENTLY ON THE PACKAGE IF YOU RETURN THE PRODUCT, OTHERWISE THERE MAY BE A LENGTHY DELAY IN THE PROCESSING OF YOUR RETURN. WE STRONGLY RECOMMEND USING A TRACKABLE FORM OF DELIVERY TO FRANKLIN FOR YOUR RETURN.

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Limited Warranty

(EU and Switzerland)

This product, excluding batteries and liquid crystal display (LCD), is guaranteed by Franklin for a period of two years 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 European Union and Switzerland 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 (outside U.S.,

EU and Switzerland)

This product, excluding batteries and liquid crystal display (LCD), 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, the European Union and Switzerland 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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Table of Cities in World Clock

CITY

ABBREVIATION

CITY

ABBREVIATION

LONDON

LON

SINGAPORE

SIN

LISBON

LIS

TOKYO

TYO

PARIS

PAR

ADELAIDE

ADL

BERLIN

BER

SYDNEY

SYD

ROME

ROM

GUAM

GUM

AMSTERDAM

AMS

NOUMEA

NOU

BARCELONA

BCN

WELLINGTON

WLG

MADRID

MAD

AUCKLAND

AKL

BRUSSELS

BRU

TONGA

TNG

HELSINKI

HEL

MIDWAY ISLANDS

MID

CAIRO

CAI

HONOLULU

HNL

MOSCOW

MOW

ANCHORAGE

ANC

RIYADH

RUH

LOS ANGELES

LAX

TEHRAN

THR

DENVER

DEN

DUBAI

DXB

CHICAGO

CHI

KABUL

KBL

NEW YORK

NYC

KARACHI

KHI

TORONTO

YYZ

DELHI

DEL

CARACAS

CCS

DHAKA

DAC

RIO DE JANEIRO

RIO

YANGON

RGN

MID ATLANTIC

MAT

BANGKOK

BKK

FERNANDO DE NOAH

FER

BEIJING

BEI

AZORES ISLANDS

AZO

HONG KONG

HKG

 

 

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Bonus Nutritional Guide

Food

Serving

Carbohydrates

Fiber

Calories

Protein

Total Fat

Alfalfa sprouts

1/2 cup raw

0.6 g

N/A

5

0.7 g

0.1 g

Apple pie

1 slice (about 4 1/4

45.0 g

1.9 g

302

2.6 g

13.1 g

 

oz.)

 

 

 

 

 

Artichoke hearts

1/2 cup, boiled

9.4 g

4.4 g

42

2.9 g

0.1 g

Asparagus

1/2 cup, boiled

4.0 g

1.5 g

23

2.3 g

0.3 g

Bacon

3 medium slices

0.1 g

N/A

109

5.8 g

9.4 g

 

(about 3/4 oz.)

 

 

 

 

 

Bagel, Water

1

(about 2 oz.)

31.0 g

1.2 g

163

6.0 g

1.4 g

Baked beans,

1/2 cup

27.0 g

9.8 g

190

7.0 g

6.5 g

homemade

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Baked potato with

1

(about 10 3/4 oz.)

50.0 g

N/A

393

6.7 g

22.3 g

sour cream and

3 oz., cooked, dry

0

0

105

20.1 g

2.2 g

Bass, sea, mixed

species

heat

24.4 g

N/A

185

9.2 g

5.7 g

Beef ravioli

5 oz. Frozen entrée

Bologna, pork

2 slices (about 2 oz.)

0.4 g

0

140

8.7 g

11.3 g

Brownie with nuts,

1

(about 3/4 oz.)

10.1 g

0.5 g

93

1.3 g

6.0 g

homemade

 

(about 7 3/4 oz.)

71.4 g

N/A

447

14.1 g

13.5 g

Burrito, bean

2

Catfish, channel,

3 oz.

6.8 g

N/A

195

15.4 g

11.3 g

breaded and fried

 

(9 3/4 oz.)

48.8 g

2.2 g

519

35.3 g

18.6 g

Cheese steak

1

Cheeseburger, plain

1

(3 1/2 oz.)

31.8 g

N/A

319

14.8 g

15.2 g

Cheesecake

1 slice (about 3 oz.)

24.3 g

1.8 g

257

4.6 g

16.3 g

Chicken breast,

1/2 (about 3 oz.),

0

0

142

26.7 g

3.1 g

broiler/fryer

meat only

0

0

151

24.9 g

5.0 g

Chicken drumsticks,

2 (about 3 oz.), meat

broiler/fryer

only

 

 

 

 

 

Chicken noodle soup,

1 cup, made w/water

9.4 g

N/A

75

4.1 g

2.5 g

condensed

 

 

42.5 g

N/A

545

23.4 g

31.3 g

Chicken potpie,

1 piece (about 8 1/4

homemade

oz.), baked

0

0

109

13.5 g

5.7 g

Chicken thigh,

1

(about 2 oz.), meat

broiler/fryer

only

0

0

171

25.6 g

6.8 g

Chicken wings,

4

(about 3 oz.), meat

broiler/fryer

only

 

 

 

 

 

Chips, corn

30 (about 1 oz.)

16.9 g

1.6 g

155

1.7 g

9.1 g

Chips, potato

10 (about 3/4 oz.)

10.4 g

1.0 g

105

1.3 g

7.1 g

Chocolate chip cookie 5

(about 2 oz.)

36.6 g

1.4 g

247

2.8 g

11.0 g

Clams, mixed

20 small (about 6 3/4

19.4 g

N/A

380

26.8 g

21.0 g

species, breaded and

oz.)

37.7 g

1.8 g

232

4.5 g

6.9 g

Coffee cake from mix

1 slice (about 2 1/2

 

oz.)

 

 

 

 

 

Corn, sweet yellow

Kernels from 1 ear,

19.3 g

2.9 g

83

2.6 g

1.0 g

 

boiled

13.1 g

1.2 g

93

3.3 g

3.2 g

Cornbread,

1 slice (about 1 1/2

homemade

oz.)

 

 

 

 

 

Corned beef

2 slices (about 2 oz.)

0

0

142

15.4 g

8.5 g

Crab cake

1

(about 2 oz.), fried

0.3 g

N/A

93

12.1 g

4.5 g

Egg and cheese

1

(about 5 1/4 oz.)

25.9 g

N/A

340

15.6 g

19.4 g

sandwich

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Eggnog

4 fl. oz.

17.2 g

0

171

4.8 g

9.5 g

62

Bonus Nutritional Guide

Food

Serving

Carbohydrates

Fiber

Calories

Protein

Total Fat

English muffin

1 (about 2 oz.) plain,

30.0 g

1.5 g

154

5.1 g

1.3 g

 

toasted

 

 

 

 

 

Frankfurter, beef

1 (about 1 1/2 oz.)

0.8 g

0

142

5.4 g

12.8 g

French fries

20-25,"strips""

29.3 g

N/A

235

3.0 g

12.2 g

French or Vienna

1 slice (1 1/4 oz.)

19.4 g

0.8 g

102

3.2 g

1.0 g

French toast,

1 slice (about 2 oz.)

17.2 g

0.1 g

153

5.7 g

6.7 g

Fried chicken

2 pieces (about 5 1/4

15.7 g

N/A

431

30.1 g

26.7 g

drumsticks or thighs

oz.)

19.6 g

N/A

494

35.7 g

29.5 g

Fried chicken wings or 2 pieces (about 5 1/4

breasts

oz.)

 

 

 

 

 

Frozen yogurt, nonfat,

1/2 cup

21.0 g

N/A

100

4.0 g

0

all flavors

 

 

 

 

 

 

Fudge, chocolate

1 oz.

21.0 g

0.4 g

112

0.8 g

3.4 g

Green peas

1/2 cup, boiled

12.5 g

2.4 g

67

4.3 g

0.2 g

Ham

2 slices (about 2 oz.)

1.8 g

0

103

10.0 g

6.0 g

Hamburger, plain

1 (about 3 1/4 oz.)

30.5 g

N/A

275

12.3 g

11.8 g

Hot dog

1 (about 3 1/2 oz.)

18.0 g

N/A

242

10.4 g

14.5 g

Ice cream, French

1/2 cup

19.1 g

0

188

3.5 g

11.3 g

vanilla, soft serve

 

 

 

 

 

 

Lasagna

6 oz. Frozen entrée

21.0 g

N/A

244

15.6 g

10.8 g

Lobster

3 oz,cooked, moist

1.1 g

0

83

17.4 g

0.5 g

 

heat

 

 

 

 

 

Margarine, soft

2 tsp.

Trace

0

67

0.1 g

7.6 g

Marshmallow

1 large

5.8 g

N/A

23

0.1 g

0

Martini

2.5 fl. oz.

0

NA

156

0

0

Mashed potatoes

1/2 cup

18.4 g

2.1g

81

2.0 g

0.6 g

Meat loaf

3 oz.

2.8 g

N/A

170

13.5 g

11.2 g

Minestrone,

1 cup, made w/water

11.2 g

1.0 g

82

4.3 g

2.5 g

condensed

 

 

 

 

 

 

Mints, plain

1 oz.

25.1 g

N/A

102

trace

0.6 g

Muffin, Plain,

1 (about 1 1/2 oz.)

16.9 g

N/A

118

3.1 g

4.0 g

Mushrooms

1/2 cup pieces,

4.0 g

1.7 g

21

1.7 g

0.4 g

 

boiled

 

 

 

 

 

Nachos, cheese

6 _E8 (about 4 oz.)

36.3 g

N/A

346

9.1 g

19.0 g

Oatmeal cereal

3/4 cup, cooked

18.9 g

3.9 g

109

4.6 g

1.8 g

Onions

1/2 cup chopped,

6.9 g

1.3 g

30

0.9 g

0.1 g

 

boiled

10.2 g

0

173

7.7 g

11.1 g

Oysters, Eastern,

6 medium (about 3

breaded and fried

oz.)

 

 

 

 

 

Pancake, plain or

1 (about 1 oz.) made

8.8 g

0.4 g

61

1.9 g

2.0 g

buttermilk, from mix

w/egg & milk

 

 

 

 

 

Pasta, Fresh

1 cup, cooked

34.9 g

2.2 g

183

7.2 g

1.5 g

Peanut butter

2 Tbsp.

6.6 g

1.9 g

188

6.6 g

16.0 g

Peanuts, dry-roasted

1 oz.

6.0 g

2.2 g

164

6.6 g

13.9 g

Pickles, dill

1 (about 2 oz.)

2.7 g

0.8 g

12

0.4 g

0.1 g

Pizza, cheese

1 slice (about 2 1/4

20.5 g

N/A

140

7.7 g

3.2 g

 

oz)

 

 

 

 

 

Popcorn, air-popped,

1 cup

4.6 g

0.9 g

23

0.8 g

0.3 g

unsalted

 

 

 

 

 

 

Pork sirloin

3 oz., lean only,

0

0

201

23.4 g

11.2 g

 

roasted

 

 

 

 

 

Pork tenderloin

3 oz., lean only,

0

0

141

25.0 g

4.1 g

 

roasted

 

 

 

 

 

63

Bonus Nutritional Guide

Food

Serving

Carbohydrates

Fiber

Calories

Protein

Total Fat

Potato

1 (about 7 oz.),

51.0 g

2.2 g

220

4.7 g

0.2 g

 

baked

 

 

 

 

 

Pound cake

1 slice (about 1oz.)

15.9 g

N/A

119

1.9 g

5.4 g

Pumpkin pie

1 slice (about 4 oz.)

27.9 g

3.1 g

241

4.6 g

12.8 g

Rib eye steak

3 oz., lean only,

0

0

191

23.8 g

10.0 g

 

broiled

 

 

 

 

 

Rice, White, Enriched

1/2 cup, cooked

29.2 g

0.2 g

133

2.4 g

0.2 g

Roast beef sandwich

1 (about 5 oz.)

33.4 g

N/A

346

21.5 g

13.8 g

Rye bread, American

1 slice (about 1 oz.)

13.0 g

0.6 g

61

2.3 g

0.3 g

Salmon, sockeye,

3 oz., cooked, dry

0

0

184

23.2 g

9.3 g

fresh

heat

1.0 g

0

134

6.1 g

11.6 g

Sausage, beef,

1 link (about 1 1/2

smoked

oz.)

 

 

 

 

 

Scallions

1/2 cup, chopped,

3.7 g

1.2 g

16

0.9 g

0.1 g

 

raw

 

 

 

 

 

Sherbet, orange

1/2 cup

29.4 g

N/A

135

1.1 g

1.9 g

Shrimp, mixed

3 oz.

9.8 g

N/A

206

18.2 g

10.4 g

species, breaded and

 

 

 

 

 

 

fried

 

 

 

 

 

 

Sirloin steak, wedge

3 oz., lean only,

0

0

166

25.8 g

6.1 g

bone

broiled

 

 

 

 

 

Spaghetti and

1 cup

38.7 g

N/A

332

18.6 g

11.7 g

meatballs, homemade

 

 

 

 

 

 

Spinach

1/2 cup, boiled

3.4 g

2.0 g

21

2.7 g

0.2 g

Steak sandwich

1 (about 7 1/4 oz.)

52.0 g

N/A

459

30.3 g

14.1 g

Strawberries

1 cup

10.5 g

3.9 g

45

0.9 g

0.6 g

Sugar, granulated

1 tsp.

4.0 g

0

15

0

0

Sweet potato

1 (about 4 oz.) baked

27.7 g

3.4 g

117

2.0 g

0.1 g

Taco

1 sm (about 2 1/2 oz)

26.7 g

N/A

369

20.7 g

20.6 g

Tofu, regular

1/4 block (about 4oz)

2.2 g

1.4 g

88

9.4 g

5.5 g

Tomato

1 (about 4 oz.), raw

5.7 g

1.6 g

26

1.1 g

0.4 g

Tuna, fresh

3 oz., cooked, dry

0

0

156

25.4 g

5.3 g

 

heat

0

0

47

9.6 g

0.7 g

Turkey breast

2 slices (about 1 1/2

 

oz.)

 

 

 

 

 

Turkey white meat

3 oz., meat only,

0

0

133

25.4 g

2.7 g

 

roasted

 

 

 

 

 

Veal sirloin

3 oz., lean only,

0

0

143

22.4 g

5.3 g

 

roasted

 

 

 

 

 

Waffle, homemade,

1 (about 1 3/4 oz.)

18.8 g

N/A

140

4.7 g

4.9 g

enriched

 

 

 

 

 

 

White bread, soft

1 slice (about 1 oz.)

12.6 g

0.5 g

68

2.2 g

0.8 g

crumb

 

 

 

 

 

 

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