Victor 1280-7 Printing Calculator User Manual

User manual for the device Victor 1280-7 Printing Calculator

Victor 1280-7 Printing Calculator User Manual

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1280-712 DIGIT PROFESSIONAL PRINTING CALCULATORCALCULATRICE IMPRIMANTE PROFESSIONNELLE À 12 CHIFFRESCALCULADORA IMPRESORA PROFESIONAL DE 12 CIFRASINSTRUCTION MANUALMANUEL DU FONCTIONNEMENTMANUAL DE INSTRUCCIONES1

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PrefaceCongratulations on your choice of the Victor 1280-7 electronic calculator. Carefuldesign, quality materials, and advanced research and production facilities have given youa calculator that with proper care will provide years of trouble-free service.Table of ContentsPreparationGeneral MaintenanceHow to Feed the PaperReplacing the RibbonKeyboard LayoutKey and Slide Switch FeaturesDisplay SymbolsReset ButtonUsing the Wireless Data RelayResetting the Wireless USB ConnectionSpecificationsAppli

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Before Beginning Calculation1.Plug in AC power2.Be sure the paper roll and ribbon have been installed properly.3.Turn power switch on and make sure the display lights. A “C” willautomatically be printed on the paper tape.4.Set decimal point selector switch to the desired position..General Maintenance1.Do not place the calculator in hot, dusty, or damp locations.2.To clean the housing, use a moist towel.3.Do not place any items on the housing, particularly on the head of the printermechanism.

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Replacing the RibbonYour calculator is shipped with a 2-color ribbon already in place. You do not need toinstall or change it before you begin using the calculator. When you have been usingyour calculator for some time, however, the print will gradually become faint, indicatingthat you should change the ribbon. To change the ribbon, follow these steps.1.2.3.4.5.6.Remove the paper roll, tearing the paper at the rear of the calculator. Use thePaper Advance (↑) key to feed the remaining paper tap

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Keyboard LayoutThis section describes the mode switches, data entry keys, and operating keys providedon your calculator.Key and Slide Switch FeaturesOFF ONOFFThe power is OFF.ONThe power is ON.

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P NP PCPPrint Mode: The printer is activated as long as the calculator is turned on.NPNon Print Mode: The printer is activated only when the paper feed key or thenon-add / date key (#/S) is pressed. This is also called the display only mode.PCPC Mode: In this mode the calculator will send the information entered to acomputer just as it would to the paper in a printer. The number entered willappear in the first column and the operation performed will appear in the secondcolumn. This is also calle

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Grand Total Mode: Any total created with the T key is automaticallyaccumulated to memory. The accumulated Grand Total can be recalled bypressing the MT key.GTA 0 2 3 F KpadAMonetary Add Mode: In this setting, amounts entered are assumed to bemonetary. The calculator automatically supplies a decimal point to the left of thelast two digits entered.023Fixed Digit Mode: These settings specify the number of digits to the right of thedecimal point that are shown in the result.FFloating Decimal Point M

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Right Shift Key: Used to delete the right most character of a live entry.Percent Key: Completes percent calculations when Multiplication or Divisionkeys are used.Division Key: The Division key performs division, automatic constant division,and intermediate sequential operations. It establishes the next amount as aconstant divisor. Each divisor entry is retained as a constant until the X, ÷, orClear (C/CE) keys are depressed.Equal Key: Press the equal key to get the result for a multiplication o

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Clear / Clear Entry Key: Clears a live entry by pressing the key once. Presstwice to clear the accumulator or pending calculation. The Clear key does notclear the Memory. To clear the memory, press the MT key.Minus Key: Subtracts an amount from the accumulator. To subtract the sameamount more than one time (repeat subtraction), enter that amount once anddepress the Minus key as many times as necessary. If this key is depressedimmediately after the (%) key, it works as a percent minus key.Plus Ke

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Enter: When the calculator is in the Kpad mode, the T/Enter key acts as an Enterkey on a computer keyboard.Memory + Key: Adds an amount to Memory. If there is a live calculationpending, the Memory Plus key will complete the calculation and accumulate theamount.→ Key: Acts as an arrow key on a computer keyboard to move the cursor to theright while the calculator is in the Kpad mode.Memory – Key: Subtracts an amount from Memory. If there is a live calculationpending, the Memory Minus key will

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Rate and Tax KeysTax 1 and Tax 2 keys are used to calculate an amount of tax using the preset taxrate. Use the “+” key for calculating an amount including TAX, and the “-“ keyfor calculating an amount excluding TAX.To set TAX 1, press and hold the RATE key until the display flashes. Enter theTAX Rate and then press TAX 1. TAX 1 is now set. To set TAX 2, follow thesame steps substituting TAX 2 for TAX 1.Display SymbolsME-A number has stored into memory.Error or over flow of capacity.The d

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Using the Wireless Data Relay DeviceThe Victor 1280-7 has three different modes of operation when connected via the USBdevice.1. SEND TO PC MODE – Press this key to send the contents of the display tothe connected PC.Example: User needs the total of the calculation 100 + 200 + 300 sent tothe computer. Enter 100 + 200 + 300 T into the calculator. Next press theSEND TO PC key and the answer (600) will be sent to the computer.2. KPAD MODE – In this mode, the calculator acts as a keypad for theo

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Resetting the Wireless USB ConnectionThere may be a need to occasionally repair or reset the connection between the calculatorand the USB device. Symptoms that can cause the connection to be lost include periodsof non-use, interference from another device, or connecting the USB device to a differentcomputer. If the connection is lost, please follow these instructions to re-connect thecalculator to the USB device:1.2.3.4.5.6.7.8.9.Start your computer and your spreadsheet program such as Microsoft

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Wireless Data Relay (Fig. 8)If your Wireless Data Relay is lost or damaged and a new Relay is purchased fromVictor, these steps will need to be completed the first time the Relay is used.SpecificationsDisplayPrinting SpeedPrinting PaperPower SourcesAmbient TemperaturePower ConsumptionDimensionInk RibbonPrinting ColorWeight12 Digit, Fluorescent4.6 Lines / SecondWidth 2.25”, Diameter 3.15” MaxWidth 57mm, Diamter 80mm Max120V / 60 Hz (USA, CANADA)0°C ~ 40°C (32°F ~ 104°F)120V / 0.16A / 19.2

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PréfaceNous vous félicitons d’avoir choisi la calculatrice électronique Victor 1280-7. Uneconception minutieuse, des matières de qualité, une recherche avancée et des installationsde production d’avant-garde ont permis de créer cette calculatrice, qui vous procurera denombreuses années d'utilisation sans problème si vous l'entretenez correctement.Table des matièresPréparationEntretien généralChargement du papierRemplacement du rubanDisposition du clavierCaractéristiques des tou

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Avant les premiers calculs1.Branchez l'appareil dans une prise CA.2.Assurez-vous que le rouleau de papier et le ruban ont été installéscorrectement.3.Mettez l’appareil sous tension et assurez-vous que l’afficheur s’allume. Un« C » sera imprimé automatiquement sur le rouleau de papier.4.Mettez l’interrupteur de sélection du point décimal à la position désirée.Entretien général1.2.3.4.5.Ne mettez pas la calculatrice dans un endroit chaud, poussiéreux ou humide.Utilisez une se

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Remplacement du rubanVotre calculatrice est équipée d’un ruban à deux couleurs, déjà installé. Vous n’avezdonc pas besoin de l’installer ou de le changer avant de commencer à vous servir de lacalculatrice. Toutefois, après que vous aurez utilisé la calculatrice un certain temps,l’impression deviendra graduellement plus pâle, ce qui indique que vous devez changer leruban. Pour ce faire, procédez comme suit :1.Retirez le rouleau de papier après avoir coupé le papier à l’arr

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Disposition du clavierLa présente section décrit les interrupteurs de mode, les touches d’entrée de données etles touches d’opération de votre calculatrice.Caractéristiques des touches et des interrupteurs à glissièreOFF ON (marche / arrêt)OFFMise hors tension.ONMise sous tension.

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P NP PCPMode impression : l’imprimante fonctionne constamment tant que la calculatriceest sous tension.NPMode non-impression : l’imprimante est activée seulement lorsque vousappuyez sur la touche d’alimentation papier ou sur la touche de non-addition/date(#/S). Ce mode s’appelle aussi le mode affichage seulement.PCMode PC : ce mode permet à la calculatrice de transmettre à un ordinateur lesinformations saisies, au lieu de les transmettre à l’imprimante. Le nombre saisiapparaîtra d

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l’accumulateur lorsque vous appuyez sur les touches = ou % après l'opération. Letotal accumulé peut être réaffiché en appuyant sur la touche T.•La calculatrice n’utilise ni le mode sigma ni le mode total global.GTMode total global : tout total calculé au moyen de la touche T estautomatiquement ajouté à la mémoire. Le total global accumulé peut êtreréaffiché en appuyant sur la touche MT.A 0 2 3 F KpadAMode ajout monétaire : lorsque ce réglage est utilisé, il est présumé q

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