Sharp OZ-290, size: 632 KB
1 MB RAM, Touch-screen, stylus, CR2032, 3.7 oz, 1 year warranty
Sharp organizers are recognized all over the world as the source for getting organized. You'll discover it was never easier to find time once you get your hands and your life on a Sharp organizer. OZ-290 stores thousands of personal entries, Syncs with Microsoft Outlook with included CD-ROM software and PC Link cable, features 14 x 5 line display with backlight. Word Translator Mode allows for approximately 20, 000 English/Spanish translations. 3 Phone Books allow for easy look up of thousan... Read more
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User reviews and opinions
|larrysfo||4:24am on Wednesday, September 29th, 2010|
|Overall I am very pleased with the microwave. It heats great and the functions are wonderful and easy to use.|
|tnienstedt||5:46pm on Saturday, August 7th, 2010|
|The greatest Organizer for the money- Screens should take a better beating. My wife and I each have a Sharp Wizard for our important information- They update and synchronize easily on the same computer and record the latest in... Price, function, ease of use, size (it will fit in your shirt pocket) Outdated PC link, limited software compatibility.|
|Takistos||4:43pm on Thursday, April 22nd, 2010|
|I DO NOT RECOMMEND! I would never recommend this product. It was ridiculously difficult to work. Not worth it I returned this product within a week of receiving it because every time I tried to save a contact, the device froze.|
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<HOME> NEW YORK 2006 SUN
12 : 05 : 35 AM
12 : 05 : 35 AM 12 : 05 : 35 AM
The Organizer has both Home Clock and World Clock modes. The display switches between Home and World clock each time CLOCK/ALARM is tapped.
<HOME> NEW YORK SUN <HOME> NEW YORK SUN
NEW YORK 2006
12 : 00 : 00 AM
5 : 00 : 00 AM
7. Enter the appropriate hour.
Home Clock Mode
World Clock Mode
8. Enter the minutes and seconds in the same manner. 9. Select AM or PM using (.
10.Press x to set the Clock. The clock starts from exactly the set time.
<HOME> NEW YORK 2006 TUE
Setting Daylight Saving Time (DST: Summer time) ON/OFF
1. Tap C once to switch the DST setting. When the DST is ON, appears.
10 : 16 : 15 AM
<HOME> NEW YORK SAT
Selecting the date format (Default: Month-Day-Year)
1. Tap MENU , select "DATE FORMAT" by using k or m, and press x. 2. Select the desired date format by using k or m, and press x. Mode Month-Day-Year (MM-DD-YYYY) Jan 24,2006 01-24-2006 Year-Month-Day (YYYY-MM-DD) 2006-01-24 Day-Month-Year (DD-MM-YYYY) 24-01-2006
9 : 43 : 21 AM
Changing the World Clock city to the Home Clock city
A different city in another time zone can be set as the home city at will, without adjusting the stored correct time. 1. Tap
once or twice to display the World clock.
Note: The selected date format affects each mode in the Organizer.
2. To set the new home city, select the desired city by using < or >. 3. Tap e to change the cities between the Home and the World clocks. The previous home city is now set as the world city. 4. Tap
Selecting the 12- or 24-hour time system (Default: 12 hour)
1. Tap 12/24 the appropriate number of times to select the 12 hour or 24 hour system. 12 hour 24 hour
to check the home city.
The selected city in step 2 is now set as the home city.
3 : 23 : 17 PM
15 : 23 : 17
In the 12-hour system, 12:00 AM: midnight, 12:00 PM: noon. 7
The Organizer has 3 kinds of alarm: 1. Daily Alarm.. Sounds every day at the specified time(for approx. 1 minute), when " " is displayed. Up to 3 alarms can be set separately (Alarm1, Alarm2, and Alarm3). 2. Hourly Alarm.Sounds every hour precisely (every time minutes reach "00"), when " " is displayed. 3. Schedule Alarm. Sounds at the specified times of schedule listings (see page 12). Press any key to stop the Alarm sounding.
2006 START : 10 : 00 AM END : 11 : 00 AM ALARM : YES REM I NDER :
<Example> Nancys Birthday is on February 12th. 1. Tap MEMO/ANN once or twice to enter the Anniversary mode.
2. Tap e. The Anniversary entry display will be displayed and Date will appear. 3. Enter the date, 02 for month and 12 for day. 4. Press m. Reminder date will be flashing.
<ANN I VERSARY> SEARCH DATE? 08 12
DATE : REM I NDER : 5 DAYS BEFORE DESCR I PT I ON :
5. Enter the Reminder date from 0 to 9. 6. Press m. 7. Enter Nancys Birthday. 8. Press x to store the anniversary listing. The anniversary sign ( A ) will not appear until the day is set in Reminder.
To Do Mode
In the To Do mode, you can store your important To Do items with a priority index.
<Example> You have to visit the HK Exhibition by December 10, 2006. 1. Tap TO DO/EXPENSE once or twice to enter the To Do mode.
Sequential search 1. Tap
once or twice to enter the Anniversary mode.
2. Tap e. The To Do entry display will appear. 3. Enter 12 into the month field and enter 10 and 2006 respectively.
< TO DO> SEARCH DATE? 2006
2006 PR I OR I TY : ( 1 ) ( PEND I NG ) DESCR I PT I ON :
2. Press < or > to search for the listing. Date search Enter the date to go to the target date in the above step 2 and then press x.
4. Press m and select the Priority number from 1 (High) to 9 (Low) using < or > (or enter the number), then press m.
5. Press m to let the status as "PENDING". 6. In the description field, enter what you have to do by the target day. Enter Visit HK Exhibition. Up to 96 alphanumeric characters can be entered. 7. Press x to store the To Do listing.
once or twice to enter the To Do mode.
2. Select the month, day or year field, and enter the desired date.
3. Press x to search for the target To Do listing of the specific date. once or twice to enter the To Do mode.
2. Press < or > to search for the target To Do listing. The To Do listings are stored in order of their date, pending/done status, and priorities.
DONE Completed Items
2. Press < or > to select the To Do items. 3. Tap e m m to enter the status field. 4. Press < or > to select "DONE", then press x.
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You can store memos using the Memo mode. Up to 96 alphanumeric characters can be entered per one listing.
1. Tap MEMO/ANN once or twice to enter the Memo mode. The Memo mode search display will appear. 2. Press < or > to search for the listing.
Notes: Indications are set as follows: (Am): American English (Br): British English (adj): Adjective (adv): Adverb (n): Noun (pron): Pronoun (v): Verb (f.): Feminine form (m.): Masculine form Sometimes, two identical words may appear in the word list. Enter European characters and spaces correctly. Otherwise, the unit may not be able to complete the search. In the Spanish field, you can enter the following letters. Press respective letter key repeatedly after tapping s. Key A C E I Letters Key N O U Y Letters y
Activate CAPS ON to enter capitalized letters.
Spell Checker Mode
The Spell Checker Mode can be helpful when the exact spelling of a query word is not known. Each time ABC is tapped, the mode switches between the Spell Checker mode and the Word Translator mode.
Diet Function Mode
The Diet Function can organize your daily calories burned by walking, as well as managing your daily caloric intake. You can also calculate your body-mass index (BMI), a guide to your health in terms of obesity, by entering your height and weight. Tap DIET several times to display the Diet Function mode screen and the Game mode screen (Diet Function BLACKJACK ALPHA ATTACK Diet Function.).
Searching a word with ambiguous spelling
1. Tap ABC once or twice to enter the Spell Checker Mode. 2. To check spelling, enter the word SPELL and press ENTER to start checking. Maximum length of the pe r s o na l entry word is 36 characters. If the word is correctly spelled, a message CORRECT! appears briefly, then returns to the entry screen. If the spelling of the entry word is found incorrect, then a number of related words appears; use k or m to browse the words. If the installed Spell Checker is unable to find any related word, then 0 appears, followed by the initial entry screen. The Spell Checker Mode looks for a match of a given word against the installed database containing approximately 12000 words. Variants of a given word, or the root of a given variant, may not always be specifically suggested.
<D I ET > PEDOMETER CONSUMPT I ON I NTAKE REPORT
The Diet Function calculates the estimated calories burned by using the built-in pedometer, and compares the value with the entered target value. * The consumption by basal metabolism is not counted as part of this calculation. Food items can be selected from the Food Database, or programmed as desired. Have the Organizer compare the value with the entered target intake value. * Basal metabolism is the energy required to maintain your bodys vital functions such as breathing, your heart beating, and maintaining your body temperature. Follow the guidance of your physician when using this unit to organize your diet. Prior to using this function, you will need to measure your stride length, weight and height.
You can add to or edit the database, and these changes can be exchanged to/from the PC as an export/import item. Categories: Value of Calories Value of Saturated Fats (FA SAT) Value of Monounsaturated Fats (FA MONO) Value of Polyunsaturated Fats (FA POLY) Value of Cholesterol Value of Sodium Value of Carbohydrates Value of Dietary Fiber (DIET. FIBER) Value of Sugars Value of Proteins In the Intake mode and the Report mode, the Total Fat value is calculated as follows: Total Fat Value = FA SAT + FA MONO + FA POLY
The daily calorie consumption and step count for the day can be viewed. 1. Tap DIET once, twice, or three times to enter the Diet Function Mode. 2. Select CONSUMPTION using k or m, and press ENTER. 3. Use < and > to select a day you wish to display. To display step count and calorie consumption. If no data is stored, a message NOT FOUND! is displayed.
Enter your daily food intake by selecting items from the FOOD DATABASE. Download the Food Database. (see page 38.) 1. Tap DIET once, twice, or three times to enter the Diet Function Mode. 2. Select INTAKE using k or m, and press ENTER. 3. Tap EDIT , then use k and m to select FOOD in the selection field. You can enter the first few letters of the desired food name, then browse the items using < or >. 25
Food Database Mode
Download the Food Database. (see page 38.) The Food database contains 10 item categories of 2,000 foods (800 in the Basic Food Database and 1,200 in the Additional Food Database subdivided into 22 food groups).
When no match is found, then a message "NOT FOUND!" is displayed. 4. Use k and m to select the entry 2006 field for each AMOUNT and the FOOD : BUTTER , SA DATE of the intake to enter LTED values. 717. 2nd You can adjust the portion size by AMOUNT : entering any decimal in the AMOUNT field. Example: 1 = 100g 0.5 = 50g 0.25 = 25g 5. Press ENTER to write the entry. Tap CCE to return to the initial display.
You can enter the first few letters of the desired food name, then browse the items using < or >. When no match is found, then a message NOT FOUND! is displayed. 4. Use k or m to display the calorie CHEESE , COLBY value and other information. CALOR I E Kc a l Tap CCE to return to the initial 394. screen. FA SAT g 5. To edit the selected item, tap 20. EDIT. Move between the entry fields using k or m as you enter food names, calorie, and other values. 6. Press ENTER to register the entries. Note: The displayed calorie value is rounded off to three decimal places.
Adding items to the Database
1. Tap DIET once, twice, or three times to enter the Diet Function Mode. 2. Select FOOD DATABASE using k or m, and press ENTER. 3. Tap EDIT , enter a desired food name of up to 96 characters. 4. Use m to jump the field to the next, then enter values for 10 categories, followed by ENTER. Tap CCE to return to the initial screen.
The intake/consumption report for a specified period can be viewed. 1. Tap DIET once, twice, or three times to enter the Diet Function Mode. 2. Select REPORT using k or m, and press ENTER. 3. Select INTAKE or CONSUMPTION using k or m, and press ENTER. Use < or > to select an item to be displayed in the REPORT. If INTAKE is selected, one of the following ten items can be selected: ALL, CALORIE, TOTAL FAT, SATURATED FAT, CHOLESTEROL, SODIUM, CARBOHYDRATE, DIETARY FIBER, SUGARS, or PROTEIN. For CONSUMPTION, select one of three items: ALL, CALORIE, or STEP.
Searching and Editing
1. Tap DIET once, twice, or three times to enter the Diet Function Mode. 2. Select FOOD DATABASE using k or m, and press ENTER. 3. Press < or > to select a desired food name. 26
4. Tap m, and input values for START DATE and END DATE, followed by ENTER. 5. A report is displayed. INTAKE : Use k or m to switch display the selected item report. CONSUMPTION : The report of the selected item is displayed.
FM : TO : 2006
< I NTAKE> REPORT I TEM : <ALL >
5. Press ENTER to display your BMI. (Rounded off to one decimal place.) Press ENTER to return to the Diet Function mode. Notes: The units for weight and height are the same as those set in the MENU mode. Weight and height can be entered to one decimal place. To correct values, tap CCE. Refer to other sources to evaluate the obtained BMI. This unit calculates the BMI with the following formula: BMI = (Weight / Height 2 ) 703 (for the English unit: pound & inch)
CALOR I E Kc a l 2000.
The icon is displayed when a result exceeds the target value. The present calorie A comparison against the days target (more/less) is indicated.
Note: The displayed calorie value is rounded off to three decimal places.
BMI Calculation Mode
You can calculate your body-mass index (BMI), a guide to your health in terms of obesity, by entering your height and weight. 1. Tap the DIET once, twice, or three times to enter the Diet Function Mode. 2. Select BMI using k or m, and press ENTER. 3. Enter your body weight value in the WEIGHT field, and tap m. 4. Enter your height value in the HEIGHT field.
The Organizers built-in calculator can perform arithmetic calculations in up to 12 digits. Calculator mode is selected by tapping q the appropriate number of times. Each time you press the key, the display switches as follows: Calculation mode Currency Conversion mode Metric Conversion mode. Before performing any calculations, tap c twice to clear the display. An error occurs if the integer section of the calculation result exceeds 12 digits, if the memory exceeds 12 digits, or a number is divided by zero. (E is displayed.) Tap c to clear the error message.
Example (24+2) 4=
34 + 57 = 45 + 57 =
68 x 25 = 68 x 40 = 10% of 200 Percentage 9 of 36 10% mark-up 20% discount
43 1/x 5 = ) = +) 68 +17 (Total) = 123456789098 x 145 = 17901234419210
Operation Mixed calculation - 24 + 2 / 4 = Constant/repeat calculation The second figure is a constant value (+ addition, - subtraction, / division) 34 + 57 = 45 = The first figure is a constant value (* multiplication) 68 * 25 = 40 = Percentage 200 * 10 I 9 / 36 I 200 + 10 I 200 - 20 I Root 25 - 9 = O An 4*== Unit division 8/= Memory function R 25 * 5 U 84 / 3 Y 68 + 17 U T 123456789098 * 145 =
1700. 2720. 20. 25. 220. 160. 4. 64. 0.125 M 125. M 28. M 85. M 182.
E17.9012344192 (17.9012344192 x 1012 = 17901234419200)
Each time you tap q , the display switches as follows: Calculation mode Currency Conversion mode Metric Conversion mode. Conversion Table Conversion Pattern Unit 1 Unit currency conversions are available. Metric Conversion Patterns inch centimeter (cm) yard meter (m) mile kilometer (km) Fahrenheit (F) Celsius (C) feet meter (m) ounce (oz) gram (g) pound (lb) kilogram (kg) US gallon (gal) liter (l US) UK gallon (gal) liter (l UK) Note: The conversion result may have a slight calculation error as a result of rounding off the number. Use the result for reference only.
Currency Conversion Mode
Currency conversion has 5 stages of programmable conversion. Each stage is capable of 12-digit calculation.
Setting a new currency conversion rate
<Example> Set the following rate: 1 = $1.45 1. Tap q the appropriate number of times to select the Currency Conversion mode. 2. Press < or > to select the appropriate currency conversion stage. 3. Tap e. The setting mode will appear. The preset currency names can be renamed here. 4. Rename the left currency if necessary, then press l. Note: Up to 4 characters can be entered for the name of the currency unit. 5. Rename the right currency if necessary, then press m.
<CURRENCY> CAD USD RATE=
6. Enter the rate; 1.45. Up to 12 numeric characters can be entered for the rate. If you need to clear the rate number, tap c. 7. Press x to store the setting.
GBP USD RATE=
Metric Conversion Mode
Metric conversion is capable of 12-digit calculation.
Convert metric unit
<Example> Calculate 68F to C 1. Tap q the appropriate number of times to select the Metric Conversion mode. 2. Tap < or > to select the appropriate conversion stage.
Be sure to set the rate before starting a conversion. <e.g. $> 1. Tap q the appropriate number of times to select the Currency Conversion mode. 2. Press < or > to select the appropriate currency conversion stage. 3. Enter the amount. (e.g. 50) 4. Press l. (50=approx. $72.5)
<METR I C> F C RATE=
( F 32 ) x 5 /9
3. Enter the amount, 68.
<CURRENCY> GBP USD 50.
4. Press l. (68F=approx. 20C) Tap c to clear the calculation result.
<METR I C>
<e.g. $ > 5. Enter the amount. (e.g. $120) 6. Press j. ($120=approx. 82.76) Use j or l to change the conversion direction. Tap c to clear the calculation result. 30
<CURRENCY> GBP USD 1 20.
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The Secret function allows you to protect listings with a password, so that no unauthorized person can reach them. You can use up to a 6 characters as its password.
Changing the Password
1. In the Home Clock mode, tap 2. Enter the current password. 3. Press x. The Secret function setting display will appear. 4. Select EDIT PASSWORD by using k or m, then press x. 5. Enter a new password. 6. Press x. 7. When the screen "RECONFIRM!" appears, reenter the password, then press x. (secret). The password entry display will appear.
Registering a Password
As a safeguard, make a written record of the password. Also, be aware that the password is case-sensitive. 1. Tap (secret) in the Home Clock mode. The password entry display will appear. 2. Enter the characters you wish to use. 3. Press x. 4. When the display "RECONFIRM!" appears, reenter the password, then press x. The Secret function will be turned on.
ED I T PASSWORD UNLOCK DATA
<SECRET > PASSWORD : 0
Turning the Secret Function Off
1. In the Home Clock mode, tap (secret). The password entry display will appear. 2. Enter the current password, then press x. 3. Select "UNLOCK DATA" by using k or m, then press x. "UNLOCK DATA?" will be displayed. 4. Press x to delete the password and to turn the Secret function off.
If the Secret function is on, when you press v, MEMO/ANN , TO DO/EXPENSE or you enter the Schedule mode etc., the password entry display will appear.
1. Enter the password, then press x.
Be aware that the password is case-sensitive. The screen of the target mode will be displayed. 31
Tap GAME several times to display the Game mode screen and the Diet Function mode screen (Diet Function BLACKJACK ALPHA ATTACK Diet Function .).
J, Q, and K are counted as 10. A can be counted as 1 or 11. When first 2 cards are A and a face card (J, Q, or K), your hand is BLACKJACK. 5. Press x to stop being dealt and hold your hand. The dealers hand and the results are displayed. When you win, your total flashes and your bet is doubled. When you win with BLACKJACK, your bet is tripled.
Using the Included PC Software
The CD-ROM contains software to enable exchange of data with a PC. The software consists of: Synchronization Software: Can be used to synchronize Microsoft Outlook data, such as Contacts, Calendar, Tasks, and Notes, with the Organizer. Desktop Utilities: Can be used to backup/restore data in the Organizer, and export/ import data to different file formats.
Note: Proper operation cannot be guaranteed on the following types of PCs: Self-built PCs PCs upgraded from Windows 95 PCs with retrofit USB ports that are not factory installed * This software is not guaranteed to operate on all PCs with recommended hardware/software environment.
About USB Ports
Activating the power saving mode (such as suspend, resume, or sleep function) of some PCs may result in the USB port malfunctioning. If such case is observed, disable the power saving mode. The software may not operate properly with a commercially available USB card installed in a PCI slot. If the USB port on your PC or the USB hub connected to the device does not operate properly, follow the steps below: If your PC comes equipped with several USB ports, try using a different USB socket. If other USB devices are connected to your PC, disconnect them from your PC to avoid possible conflicts. Since the USB hub may introduce problems, try bypassing the USB hub by connecting the unit directly to your PC. Do not remove and connect the USB cable from/to the PC in a short period of time.
Minimum System Requirements:
IBM PC or 100% compatible Microsoft Windows 98/98SE/2000 Professional/Me/XP Home/XP Professional Pentium300MHz or higher 50MB free hard disk space 64MB RAM for Microsoft Windows 98/98SE/2000 Professional/ Me 128MB RAM for Microsoft Windows XP Home/XP Professional One available USB 1.1 / 2.0 compliant port CD-ROM drive Mouse or compatible pointing device Additional System Requirements: Microsoft Outlook 98/2000/2002/2003 must be installed to utilize the Synchronization Software between the Organizer and your PC.
Limitations when using with Windows XP/2000
Windows XP Log onto your PC with administrator privileges; the software may not be installed properly otherwise. Upon using the software, you will need to log on as an administrator. If you are logged in as a non-administrative account, then you must first log off to log into an administrator's account. Windows 2000 When installing as well as using the software, you will need to log on as an administrator. If necessary, you may need to contact the administrator of the PC in a work environment.
The PIM tab allows you to configure the download settings of the PIM data. Use Outlook HOME Address and Fax number: Downloads or synchronizes only data of HOME addresses and FAX numbers. Use Outlook WORK Address and Fax number: Downloads or synchronizes only data of WORK addresses and FAX numbers. Today forward: Downloads or synchronizes only data of today and forward. All: Downloads or synchronizes all schedule data.
The Backup/Restore menu of the Desktop Utilities allows you to make a backup file of the unit data, or to restore it back to the internal memory of the unit. Be noted that the setup parameters, won't be backed up. Backup: Select Backup. from button, then enter the desired name of the file to be backed up. Restore: Select Restore. from button, then select the desired name of the file to be restored.
The Export/Import menu of the Desktop Utilities allows you to import data created by each PC application to the unit, or export data out of the unit. Export: Select the desired item (application data, Food Database, Consumption Record, or Intake Record), then click Export. and enter the desired filename to which you wish to export data. Import: Select the desired application name, then click Import. and enter the desired filename from which you wish to import data.
3. Select the desired food group name from the Food Database. Import the Basic Food Database first. Then import desired food groups one by one from the Additional Food Database. Click View to display a list of the food names in the group. After viewing, click OK to close the screen. 4. Click Import to start importing.
To add or modify the Food Database, follow the steps below.
To import the Food Database:
1. Select Food Database. 2. Click the Select Database button to display the Import Food Database screen.
1. Create a CSV formatted file containing only food names to be added or modified. Refer to the \DATABASE\.CSV files on the bundled CD-ROM. 2. Import the newly created file from your PC to the unit. Since the data on the unit cannot be overwritten, import only the data to be added or modified. Importing the entire list will result in overlapping of all data. Notes: The food list contained in the CD-ROM is based on the Food Database Release 17 (Abbreviated Version) issued by the United States Department of Agriculture. The () symbol within some items may have been modified. The indicated caloric/nutrient value in the Food Database is the amount per 100 grams edible portion of food. All companies and/or product names are trademarks and/or registered trademarks of their respective holders.
Un-installing the PC software
Prior to uninstalling the PC software, quit all programs. 1. Within the Control Panel, launch Add or Remove Programs. In the list of installed software, select the PC software, then click the Change/Remove. button. 38
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2. When the Install Shield program screen appears, select Remove, then click Next. 3. For the verification prompt, click on the OK button. When the Uninstall window for the USB driver is displayed, disconnect the USB cable and click Next to execute the un-installation procedure. 4. When the un-installation procedure is complete, click the Finish button to finish.
Batteries used Type Lithium battery Model CR2032 Quantity 2 Use Unit operation and backlighting
Be sure to write down any important information stored in the memory before replacing the batteries.
Since improper use of the batteries may cause leakage or explosion, strictly observe the following instructions: If fluid from a leaking battery accidentally gets into your eyes, it may result in serious injury. Should this occur, flush your eyes with clean water and consult a physician immediately. Should fluid from a leaking battery come into contact with your skin or clothes, immediately wash with clean water. If the Organizer will not be used for an extended period of time, to avoid damaging the Organizer remove batteries and store in a safe place. Do not leave exhausted batteries inside the Organizer. Do not use different types of batteries or partially used batteries. Insert the battery with its positive side (+) correctly oriented. Never throw batteries into a fire because they might explode. Keep batteries out of reach of children. When batteries become near exhaustion, remove them from the Organizer immediately to avoid battery leakage and corrosion inside the Organizer. Because the batteries in the Organizer were installed at the factory, they may become exhausted before the specified expiration time is reached. 39
When the B Symbol Appears
When B is displayed, immediately replace the operation battery with a new one. The operation battery holder is indicated as "For OPERATION" in the battery compartment. If the battery level is low, the alarm may not sound, or similarly the Backlight may not function or remain on for less than the set interval. Continued use of the Organizer with low battery can alter or clear the memory contents. Memory contents may be lost if the battery is improperly replaced or if the following instructions are disregarded. Note: After the battery replacement, check also that the Backlight functions properly. Caution: PC Link may not be available when the battery level is low. Expense Report (Summary Report) may not be available when the battery level is low. Under the low battery condition, new data entry and editing of existing data may not be performed in some modes. Also Clock settings, step count function of the pedometer, and the calorie calculation may not be available.
Accessories: 2 lithium batteries (installed), CD-ROM software, USB PC-Link cable, operation manual, stylus, carrying case with belt clip * Memory at 1.5MB Equivalent. Approx. 7,000 telephone names & numbers (names & numbers <home, office, fax and mobile> are 14 characters and address is 38 characters per entry) can be stored by using compression technology. (Compression Rate: Approx. 1.5:1)
0.,123456789 0.,123456789 0.,123456789 0.,123456789 0.,123456789
Names and zone numbers of the cities in the clock
Zone No. 3. 5 City TONGA AUCKLAND WELLINGTON NOUMEA GUAM SYDNEY ADELAIDE TOKYO SINGAPORE HONG KONG BEIJING BANGKOK YANGON DHAKA NEW DELHI KARACHI KABUL DUBAI TEHRAN RIYADH MOSCOW Zone No. City CAIRO HELSINKI BARCELONA AMSTERDAM ROME BERLIN PARIS LISBON LONDON AZORES ISLANDS MID ATLANTIC RIO DE JANEIRO CARACAS TORONTO NEW YORK CHICAGO DENVER LOS ANGELES ANCHORAGE HONOLULU MIDWAY ISLANDS
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Declaration of Conformity Electronic Organizer : OZ-290HII USB PC-Link cable: CE-179T This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the following two conditions: (1) This device may not cause harmful interference, and (2) this device must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause undesired operation. Responsible Party: SHARP ELECTRONICS CORPORATION Sharp Plaza, Mahwah, New Jersey 07430-1163 TEL: 1-800-BE-SHARP Tested To Comply With FCC Standards FOR HOME OR OFFICE USE WARNING FCC Regulations state that any unauthorized changes or modifications to this equipment not expressly approved by the manufacturer could void the user's authority to operate this equipment. Note: This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential installation. This equipment generates, uses, and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio communications. However, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation. If this equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or television reception, which can be determined by turning the equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or more of the following measures: Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna. Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver. Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the receiver is connected. Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help. Note: A shielded interface cable is required to ensure compliance with FCC regulations for Class B certification.
Where to Obtain Service :
What to do to Obtain Service : Ship (prepaid) or carry in your Product to a Sharp Authorized Servicer. Be sure to have proof of purchase available. If you ship or mail the Product, be sure it is packaged carefully.
TO OBTAIN SUPPLY, ACCESSORY OR PRODUCT INFORMATION, CALL 1-800-BE-SHARP.
SHARP ELECTRONICS CORPORATION
Sharp Plaza, Mahwah, New Jersey 07430-1163
PRINTED IN CHINA/IMPRESO EN CHINA 05AT (TINSE0818EHZZ)
Sharp organizers are recognized all over the world as the source for getting organized. You'll discover it was never easier to find time once you get your hands and your life on a Sharp organizer. OZ-290 stores thousands of personal entries, Syncs with Microsoft Outlook with included CD-ROM software and PC Link cable, features 14 x 5 line display with backlight. Word Translator Mode allows for approximately 20, 000 English/Spanish translations. 3 Phone Books allow for easy look up of thousands of addresses and phone numbers. Schedule Function with Alarm allows you to keep track of all your appointments. Protective Flip Cover helps protect your display from scratches and other damage.
|Character Resolution||5 lines x 14 characters|
|Expansion / Connectivity|
|Interfaces||1 x serial - RS-232 - 9 pin D-Sub (DB-9)|
|Included Accessories||Protective cover|
|Cables Included||1 x data cable|
|Installed Qty (Max Supported)||2 (installed) / 2 (max)|
|Technology / Form Factor||CR2032|
|Operating System / Software|
|Software||Address Book, Calculator, Calendar, World clock, Expense Manager, BlackJack, Memo, Scheduler, To Do, Birthday/Anniversary, Alpha Attack|
|System Requirements for PC Connection|
|OS Required||Microsoft Windows 98/ME/2000/XP|
|Service & Support||1 year warranty|
|Service & Support Details||Limited warranty - parts and labor - 1 year|
|Universal Product Identifiers|
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