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Chapter
Technical Reference
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This section contains technical information about the PV Unit.
Date Formats ................................................................................. 166
Time Formats ................................................................................ 166
Tool Bars ........................................................................................ 166
Data Input Tool Bar ............................................................................. 167
Data Display Tool Bar ......................................................................... 168
Keyboard Formats ........................................................................ 169
QWERTY ............................................................................................ 169
AZERTY .............................................................................................. 169
QWERTZ ............................................................................................. 169
Scheduler Mode Alarms ............................................................... 170
Input Limits ................................................................................... 171
Resetting the PV Unit ................................................................... 172
To reset the PV Unit ................................................................................. 172
Storage Capacity ........................................................................... 174
Auto Sort Sequence ....................................................................... 176
Message Table ................................................................................ 177
Troubleshooting ............................................................................. 182
Specifications ................................................................................. 186
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  • Page 1

    Chapter Technical Reference This section contains technical information about the PV Unit. Date Formats ................. 166 Time Formats ................166 Tool Bars ..................166 Data Input Tool Bar ................167 Data Display Tool Bar ................. 168 Keyboard Formats ................ 169 QWERTY ....................

  • Page 2: Date Formats

    Date Formats The following describes the date formats that can be set for the system (page 159). Format Description M/D/Y Month/Day/Year. Example: Jan/31/1999 D/M/Y Day/Month/Year. Example: 31/Jan/1999 Y/M/D Year/Month/Day. Example: 1999/1/31 Time Formats The following describes the time formats that can be set for the system (page 159). Format Description 12-hour...

  • Page 3: Data Input Tool Bar

    Chapter 13 Technical Reference Data Input Tool Bar Mode icon Button Description Mode icon Indicates the mode you are currently in. Tapping the mode icon displays the pop up tool screen. Clears all characters in the entry (field) where the cursor is located.

  • Page 4: Data Display Tool Bar

    Data Display Tool Bar Mode icon Description Button Indicates the mode you are currently in. Tapping the mode Mode icon icon displays the pop up tool screen. Displays a menu of other views that can be used to display data. In the Scheduler and Expense Manager modes, jumps to today’s date as kept by the PV Unit’s built-in clock.

  • Page 5: Keyboard Formats

    Chapter 13 Technical Reference Keyboard Formats The PV Unit provides you with a selection of keyboard formats. QWERTY • This format is automatically selected when English, Spanish, or Italian is set as the system language. AZERTY • This format is automatically selected when French is set as the system language.

  • Page 6: Scheduler Mode Alarms

    Scheduler Mode Alarms • When you set an alarm time for a Schedule, To Do, or Reminder item, an alarm sounds for about 20 seconds when the alarm time is reached on the date that is also specified for the data item. •...

  • Page 7: Input Limits

    Chapter 13 Technical Reference Input Limits The following table shows the maximum number of characters that can be input into various fields. Mode Entry (Field) Maximum Number of Characters Schedule Description 2,046 To Do Description 2,046 Category Reminder Description 2,046 Contacts –...

  • Page 8: Resetting The Pv Unit

    Resetting the PV Unit Warning! The following procedure erases all data stored in the memory of the PV Unit. Perform this operation only when you want to delete all data and initialize the settings of the PV Unit. Remember - you should always keep copies of important data by writing it down, or by transferring it to a personal computer.

  • Page 9

    Chapter 13 Technical Reference • If the above does not appear on the display when you press the RESET button, slide the battery switch to the REPLACE BATTERIES position and remove the battery compartment cover. Use the stylus to press the P button and then replace the battery compartment cover.

  • Page 10: Storage Capacity

    9. Check the time setting and correct it if necessary (page 156). • Following are the initial settings of the PV Unit after you perform the RESET operation. Main clock: Clock 1 London Jan/1/1999 12:00 am 12-hour format Clock 2: New York Daily Alarm: 12:00 pm...

  • Page 11

    Chapter 13 Technical Reference Contacts Approximately 24,400 items (10,736 for the PV-100), under the following conditions. 8-character name 10-character home phone number 10-character home fax number 20-character home address Approximately 8,133 items (3,578 for the PV-100), under the following conditions. 8-character name 10-character business phone number 10-character business fax number...

  • Page 12: Auto Sort Sequence

    Auto Sort Sequence The following table shows the sequence used for alphabetical data sorts. (space) Ú Ã À Õ ” È Ñ Ì Ò Æ Ù Ç & Â Å ƒ ’ Ê Î ß Ô ¶ ‹ Û ¢ fi...

  • Page 13: Message Table

    Chapter 13 Technical Reference Message Table 100 alarms are already set! Cause: The maximum allowable Action: Wait until some of the limit of 100 alarms are already set. existing alarms are used, or delete alarms you do not need to make room for new ones.

  • Page 14

    Communication error! Cause: An error occurred during Action: Correct the cause of the data communication. error and try again. Data error! Consult your User’s Guide for correct procedure. Cause: An internal data error has Action: See page 11 of this User’s corrupted memory data.

  • Page 15

    Chapter 13 Technical Reference Make sure you are inputting the date correctly. Cause: You are trying to use invalid Action: Input the date correctly. values for a date. Make sure you are inputting the time correctly. Cause: You are inputting invalid Action: Input proper values for the values for a time setting.

  • Page 16

    That date is outside of the specified period. Cause: You are specifying a Action: Check the specified period Reminder date that is outside the and set the date correctly. period specified by the start date and end date. That name is already used! Cause: You are trying to assign a Action: Use a different name.

  • Page 17

    Chapter 13 Technical Reference You cannot specify more than 60 repeats! Cause: You specified more than 60 Action: Shorten the specified period repeats for a Reminder data item. of the Reminder item to reduce the number of repeats. Wrong password! Cause: The password you input Action: Input the correct password.

  • Page 18: Troubleshooting

    Troubleshooting Power Supply Problem: The PV Unit does not operate normally after batteries are replaced. Possible Cause Recommended Action Problem with PV Unit operational Perform the following procedure. settings 1. Slide the battery switch to the REPLACE BATTERIES position, and remove the battery compartment cover.

  • Page 19: Display Contrast

    Chapter 13 Technical Reference Problem: Nothing appears on the display when power is turned on. Possible Causes Recommended Actions 1. The battery switch on the back of the 1. Slide the battery switch to NORMAL unit is set to REPLACE BATTERIES. OPERATION.

  • Page 20

    3. The touch screen is damaged. 3. The touch screen must be replaced. Contact your nearest CASIO dealer to have the touch screen replaced. You will be charged for this replacement. Problem: Power suddenly turns off or contrast adjustment screen suddenly appears.

  • Page 21: Data Communication

    2. Clean the contacts on the bottom of the PV Unit and inside the cradle by wiping them with a cotton swab. • If any of the above does not restore your PV Unit to normal operation, contact your nearest CASIO dealer for servicing.

  • Page 22: Specifications

    Specifications Model: PV-100/PV-200 Main Modes: Scheduler (Schedule, To Do, Reminder); Contacts; Memo; Expense Manager; Quick-Memo; Pop Up Tools (Clock, Calendar, Calculator) Data storage: Storage and recall of Schedule, To Do, Reminder, Contacts, Memo, Expense, Quick-Memo data; calendar display; secret memory area; editing; memory status display Clock: World Time;...

  • Page 23

    Chapter 13 Technical Reference Battery life: (Ambient Temperature: 20 C) PV-100: • Approximately 100 hours of continuous display only in the Contacts Mode • Approximately 70 hours with 55 minutes of continuous display only and 5 minutes of processing operation per hour in the Contacts Mode PV-200: •...

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