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Congratulations

on the purchase of your 

Lexibook

®

TM240 series 

PERSONAL ASSISTANT

.  This new PERSONAL ASSISTANT generation 

includes many useful features designed to ease the organisation of your daily
schedule and personal information. 

The CD-ROM included contains Lexibook’s SyncMan

®

2 software program for

installation on a personal computer. Together with Internet access, you can
connect to Lexibook’s exclusive Internet services site at https//my.lexibook.com,
which provides both useful and interesting information which can be downloaded
to your personal computer and then synchronised* with your TM240.

* Some information may not always be able to be synchronised with your TM240.

Before you start using the TouchMan

®

240 Series, you must carefully remove the

static label protecting the LCD display and pull out the plastic battery tab at the
rear of the unit. After you have done this, you need to reset the unit:
1. Insert a blunt object, such as an opened paper clip, into the 

RESET

hole (at the

rear of the unit) and press gently. 

RESET ?

will be displayed on the screen. 

2. Press 

to confirm. Display shows 

RESET !

during the reset period (just a few

seconds).

3. Then the display shows local time screen.

NOTE:

Doing a reset will delete all information stored in the unit as well as the

secret code if unit has been used previously.

Switching the unit on and off:

Press 

key to switch the unit on or off.

TouchMan

®

240 PERSONAL ASSISTANT will power-off automatically after

5 minutes if unused.

Battery replacement:

1. Switch your unit off and open the battery cover at the rear of the unit. 
2. Replace used battery with a new, high quality CR2032 cell battery with (+) 

polarity facing up.
Note: There are 

2 batteries

. The left one is for the main unit operation. The right

one is for screen backlight. If only the backlight does not work anymore change
only the battery on the right. If the PDA screen contrast is very low or does not
turn 

ON

, then change the left battery and check if the backlight works properly

(before changing the right battery also).

3. Display shows 

RESET?

. Select 

N

and press 

or press 

N

key to NOT reset

the unit and keep your information stored in the memory.

IMPORTANT!

Be sure to complete battery replacement within 1 minute in order

to keep your stored information safe.

Introduction

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1.1 Hard key functions

:

Searching buttons to move cursor to next screen or next option
or record.

:

Moving buttons to move cursor to next line or character. 

Confirm an entry or a selection.

:

On/Off

1.2 Membrane key functions

:

Displays the Home start up page.

:

Toggle key to toggle from alphabetical keypad to numerical keypad.

:

Home time, World time and Alarm.

:

Contacts

:

Scheduler, To Do and Memos.

:

Games 

:

Calculator, Currency Conversions, Unit Conversion.

:

Translator (if downloaded)

:

PC synchronisation with Lexibook SyncMan

®

2 software.

1.3  Screen icon functions

1.4 Activating the display background light function

In order to use the display background light function, press and hold the ON/OFF 
switch for 3 seconds and release it once a beep is heard. The display will now be 
illuminated.  

You can select these shortcuts from the Home start up page by using 

and 

,

then press 

to access directory.

:

Contacts

:

Home time, World time and Alarm.

:

Calculator, Currency Conversions, Unit Conversion.

:

Scheduler, To Do and Memos.

:

Games

:

Translator (if downloaded)

1. Keypad

 


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3

1.

5

 Alphabetical 

keypad

SYM:

Symbols and special characters (refer to appendix for table list).

EDIT:

Edit record.

DEL:

Delete record or last entry from right to left.

INS:

Insert a new entry inside a word/number.

SPACE:

Type a space

CAPS:

Capital letters

12/24:

Toggle from 12-hour format (AM/PM) to 24-hour format
(default setting).

DST: 

Enable Daylight Saving Time. When Summer Time is on, 

#

is

displayed before the day.

MENU:

Open Menu function list: Language, Date Format, Memory
check, Contrast, Memory Manager

:

Enable or disable key tone.

:

Enable secret mode.

AC:

Clear All in Calculator mode.

CE:

ESC key to cancel operation and go back to previous screen. 
Clear entry key in Calculator and Converter mode.

MRC, M-, M+:

Memory keys in Calculator mode.

2. Numerical keypad

 


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3.1

Display language

8 languages are available: English, Français (French), Deutsch (German),
Español (Spanish), Italiano (Italian), Português (Portuguese), Polski (Polish)
and Nederlands (Dutch). 
1.  Press 

to display home time.

2.  Press 

to display numerical keypad then press 

MENU. LANGUAGE?

option is displayed.

3.  Press 

and use 

and 

to scroll through language list and select

desired one.

4. Press  to 

confirm.

3.2 Date 

format 

1.  Press 

to display home time.

2.  Press 

to display numerical keypad then press 

MENU. LANGUAGE?

option is displayed.

3.  Use 

and 

to scroll through menu option list and select 

DATE SET.

Press to 

confirm.

4.  Use 

and 

to display available date formats: 

Y/M/D, M/D/Y

and

D/M/Y

.

5. Press  to 

confirm.

4.1

Home time 

1. Press  . 

Select 

1. HOME TIME

and press 

to confirm. City name

abbreviation is shown on first line. 

2. Press 

2

nd

then press 

EDIT

and use 

and 

to scroll through city list

and select matching time zone.

3.  If you wish, you can directly type your city name (max. 3 letters) when

matching time zone is displayed. Ex: RIO.

4.  Press 

to move cursor to 2

nd

line and edit date. Numerical keypad is

automatically displayed.

5.  Type current day date then type current time. If you are in 12-hour 

format, press AM/PM to toggle from AM (A) to PM (P).

6. Press  to 

confirm.

Available Time zones: Please see appendix 2

4.2 World 

time

1.  Press 

.  Use 

to select 

2. WORLD TIME

2.  Use 

and 

to scroll through available time zones. Hours and dates

will be automatically set up accordingly.

4. Time 

3. User settings 

 


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4.3 Alarm 

setting

1.  Press 

. Use 

to select 

3. ALARM

and press 

. Your unit offers

three alarm modes:
-  Daily alarm: 

. The alarm(s) will ring every day.

-  Hourly chime: 

.  A bell will ring every hour.

-  Scheduler alarm (event reminder): 

Press 

to turn Hourly Chime ON, then a small 

icon appears on the left

of LCD.
Press 

key to set Alarm ON/OFF then a small 

icon appears on the left

of LCD.

2.  Note that you can set up to 3 different Alarm times: Press 

and 

to

select one.

3.  Press 

or 

once to turn on the alarm .

Press 

EDIT

and input the alarm time in the format “HH-MM”.

4.  Press 

key to switch to next field for selecting alarm tone. There are

9 kinds of alarm tone available. Press your desired digit key 1-9 to listen
to the corresponding musical tone. 

5. Press  to 

confirm. 

There are two contact directories, PERSONAL and BUSINESS. 

1.  Press 

. Press 

to open 

1.PERSONAL

directory. Press 

to select

2.BUSINESS

directory and 

to enter.

2.  Once one of the directories is open, press 

to choose 

2.NEW.

Then

directly type the contact name and then press 

to go to 

ADDRESS

data field. 

3.  Type contact address (max. 36 characters) then press 

key to go to

E-MAIL

data field.

4.  Type contact e-mail address then press 

key to go to 

URL

data field.

5.  Type contact URL then press 

to move to 

MOBILE

data field.

Numerical keypad is displayed.

6.  Type contact mobile phone number then press 

to move to 

TEL

data

field. Numerical keypad is displayed.

7.  Type contact residential telephone number or any other number you

may want to store. TIPS: To store a FAX number you can press 

2

nd

key

and then type “

F

” key. F will be displayed to remind you this is a FAX

number. Press

2

nd

key again to return to numerical keypad and enter the

fax number. You can also choose to enter a Pager number; you can then
tap on “

P

” key and follow same operation as above. 

Note:

Only F and P alphabetic keys are available in this line.

8.  Press 

to save record.

5. New contact record  

 


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1. 

Press 

. Then press 

to open 

1.SCHEDULE

mode. 

Press to 

select 

2.NEW

directory and 

to enter.

2. 

Type the schedule description then press 

key to enter ALARM mode.

Choose Y or N with 

or 

and press 

. Numerical keypad is displayed.

3. 

Type meeting’s date and time. 

4. 

Press 

to save record.

1. 

Press 

. Press 

to select 

2. MEMO

mode then press 

to open it. 

Press to 

select 

2.NEW

directory and 

to enter.

2. 

Type in Memo description on first line (max. 36 characters).

3. 

Press 

to go to second and third lines to enter numbers, if desired.

4. 

Press 

to save record.

1. 

Press 

and 

twice to select 

3.TO-DO

mode and 

to open it. 

Press to 

select 

2.NEW

directory and 

to enter.

2. 

Type task description then press 

key to set up priority level, between 1

(highest) to 9 (lowest).

3. 

Select priority level number by pressing 

or 

keys. Then press 

key

to enter Status of the task. 

4. 

Select P (pending) or D (done) with 

or 

. Then press 

key to enter

Time and due date of the task.

5. 

Type due date and time. 

6. 

Press 

to save record.

8.1 Task 

completed

You have to SEARCH for the task completed and then EDIT it, go to Status
and select D (done)
Please refer to Part  " 10. Record searching " and part " 12. Edit a record ".

Capital letters

Press 

CAP

. (Alphabetical keypad) to enable or disable capital letters input.

Numbers

Press 

to toggle between alphabetical keypad and numerical keypad, whilst

typing.

9. Instructions for character input  

8. New To Do record  

7. New memo record  

6. New schedule record  

 


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Symbols

Press 

SYM 

(alphabetical keypad) to display first symbol in the list. Press 

SYM

repeatedly to scroll through symbol list until desired one is shown.

Accented letters 

Press

SYM

(alphabetical keypad) then desired letter to show its first accent. Type

letter key repeatedly to scroll through all accents. 
E.g.: Press 

SYM

then 

E

to display 

é

(lower case mode) or 

É

(upper case mode). 

Refer to appendix to view accented letters.

Cancel operation without saving data

Press 

to display numerical keypad then press 

CE

Correct input

Use 

and 

keys to move cursor to desired character to edit then type desired

character. 

Insert character

Move cursor to desired place and press

INS 

(alphabetical keypad) to insert a

blank. Type desired character.

Delete character

Press 

DEL

to delete last entry (from right to left). DEL is on the alphabetical key-

pad.

Contact records are sorted in ascending alphabetical order using Contact name.
Scheduler records are sorted in chronological order.

Sequential search

Open desired mode: 
- PERSONAL CONTACTS or BUSINESS CONTACTS in the Phonebook after

you pressed 

.  

- SCHEDULER, TO-DO or MEMO in the Agenda after you pressed 

1.SEARCH

will be displayed. Press 

to enter Search mode.

Press 

or 

to search for desired record. 

If no record is found, display shows 

NOT FOUND!.

Direct search 

Open desired mode as instructed above.
Then type the first letters of contact name or description and press 

or 

keys to display matching records. 
If no record is found, display shows 

NOT FOUND!.

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Once desired record is displayed, press 

and 

to scroll left or right.

For contact records, press 

to view other data fields displayed on first line:

Names, Address, E-mail, URL. 

1. 

Once desired record is displayed, press 

EDIT

(alphabetical keypad) and 

use 

and 

keys to move cursor to desired place. 

2. 

Insert a character by pressing

INS

key or delete a character by pressing 

DEL

key. 

3. 

Press 

key to move to other data fields to edit or fill.

4. 

When you have completed editing your record, press 

to confirm.

1. 

Once desired record is displayed, press

DEL

(alphabetical keypad).

2. Display 

shows 

DELETE?

. Press 

or 

Y

to confirm or press N or select 

N

with Right arrow and press 

to escape deletion.

You can set up a password to protect your Contacts, Scheduler, To Do and Memo
records. Password cannot exceed 6 characters (only alphanumeric characters, no
symbols).

WARNNG! 

If you forget your password you will not be able to view your data or
enter new records and you will be forced to reset the unit. Resetting
the unit will lose all your data!

Set up a password

1. 

Press 

and press 

when you see 

1.HOME TIME

to enter home time.

2. 

Numerical keypad is displayed, then press

PASSWORD ?

is displayed.

3. 

Type your password (maximum 6 characters) and press 

Press 

to display alphabetical keypad if you wish to type letters.

4. Display 

shows 

RECONFIRM !

.

5. 

Type your password again and press 

to confirm. Secret mode is now 

enabled and

secret icon is displayed on the left of the screen.

14. Secret mode   

13. Delete a record  

12. Edit a record  

11. View a record  

 


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Edit password

1. 

Press 

and press 

when you see 

1.HOME TIME

to enter home time.

2.

Numerical keypad is displayed, then press 

PASSWORD ?

is displayed.

Type your current password and press 

. Display shows 

EDIT ?

.

3. 

Press 

. Display shows current password and cursor is flashing on first 

character.

4. 

Insert character by pressing 

INS

or delete character by pressing 

DEL

(max. 6 characters). Press 

to confirm.

5. Display 

shows 

RECONFIRM !

. Type new password again and press 

.

Opening modes when password is enabled

First time you press 

or 

keys to view data, display will show 

PASSWORD?

.

Type your password and press 

to confirm. 

Press then 

1.CALCULATOR

is selected, press 

to enter Calculator mode.

Carry out the necessary calculation.

Set up currency conversion

1. 

Press 

. Press 

once to select 

2.CURRENCY

, press 

. First currency

conversion is displayed: 

EURO 

USD

. There are 5 currency conversions.

2. 

Use 

or 

keys to scroll through currency conversion list and select 

desired one.

3. Press 

2

nd

to access alphabetical keypad and press 

EDIT

4. 

Cursor is flashing on first character of source currency. Change source 
currency name if needed (max. 4 characters) then press 

to change target

currency name if needed. Press 

to confirm.

5. 

If you don’t need to change currency names, press 

straight after 

pressing 

EDIT

.

6. 

Zero is flashing on last line. Type currency rate (e.g.: for 

EURO 

USD

, type

1.089

if 1 Euro = 1.089 US$). 

7. Press  to 

confirm.

Perform a conversion

1. 

Select desired currency conversion. E.g.: 

EURO 

USD

.

2. 

Type amount to convert. 
If it is a Euro amount, press 

to view US$ result. 

If it is a US$ amount, press 

to view Euro result. 

16. Currency conversion  

15. Calculator  

 


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Perform a conversion

1. 

Press 

. Press 

once to select 

3.METRIC

, press 

.  First unit 

conversion is displayed 

inch 

cm

with its conversion rate 

2.54

. There are

8 pre-stored unit conversions.

2. 

Press 

or 

to select desired conversion. Ex : 

mile 

km .

3. 

Type amount to convert. 
If it is a mile amount, press 

to view km result. 

If it is a km amount, press 

to view mile result. 

Available unit conversions
inch

cm 

(inches and centimetres) ; 

yard

metres

(yards and metres) ;

mile

km 

(miles and kilometres) ; 

C

F

(Celsius and Fahrenheit) ; 

ft

metres

(feet and meters) ; 

oz

(ounces and grams) ; 

lb

kg 

(pounds and kilograms) ;

US gal

l

(US gallons and litres) ; 

UK gal

l

(UK gallons and litres)

This operation will delete all your data and your password.
1. 

Insert a blunt object, such as an opened paper clip, in RESET hole at the rear
of the unit and press gently. Display shows 

RESET?.

2. 

Press 

to confirm or N to escape.

1. Press 

MENU

from the numerical keypad (press 

if alphabetic keyboard is

displayed). 

2. 

Press 

twice, to select

3.MEMORY?.

3. 

Press 

, the % of free available space left is displayed.

Required PC configuration

Your PC must have the following configuration to run Lexibook SyncMan

®

software properly:

Windows

®

98SE (second edition), Windows

®

ME, Windows

®

2000, Windows

®

XP.

Microsoft

®

Internet Explorer

®

version 5.0 or above.

32MB RAM (for Internet Explorer).

10MB free space on your hard drive.

SVGA colour screen.

One free USB port.

20. PC Synchronisation with SyncMan

®

2 software 

19. Memory check  

18. Reset  

17. Unit and Metric conversion  

 


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Installation of SyncMan

®

2

1.  Close all Windows programs.
2.  Insert the SyncMan

®

2 CD in your CD-ROM drive.

3.  The CD-ROM starts up automatically.
4.  Follow the instructions on the screen to complete the installation and read

SyncMan2

®

detailed Help Files to fully enjoy all the software features.

SyncMan

®

2 detailed Help Files

1. Make sure that Lexibook SyncMan

®

2 software is installed on your PC as

explained above.

2. Launch SyncMan

®

2 software.

3.  On the left Main Menu choices, click on “Help” (under “Options”).
4.  The html document " Syncman2 help files " will be displayed in a new browser

window.

Using and installing the USB cable

The USB cable will allow you to link your PDA with a PC. However, it needs to have
its driver installed. This driver is on the SyncMan

®

2 CD-ROM. Please insert it in

your CD drive. If the CD-ROM starts up automatically cancel the installation.

1.  Connect the USB cable, included with your unit, to a free PC USB port then

insert cable jack into the unit’s socket (on top left side).

2.  Your computer will automatically launch a “Found New Hardware” wizard.
3.  Select Choice 2 “Install from a list or specific location” (Advanced). Click NEXT

button.

4.  A new window appears. Make sure that first choice by default is selected

“Search for the best driver in these locations” and tick only “Search removable
media (floppy, CD-ROM…)”. Then click NEXT button.

5.  You should have a confirmation screen saying that the software you are 

installing for this hardware is named “Megawin USB-UART Bridge Controller”.
Click 

, Next or Continue Anyway if you see a warning message.

6.  The installation should complete automatically, please follow prompts on your

screen.

NOTE: For your reference, the software location on the CD-ROM is:  
-  "\Drivers\TM240\NT_W2K_XP" if your Operating system is Windows

®

NT, 2000

or XP

-  "\Drivers\TM240\98_ME" if your operating system is Windows

®

98SE or

Millennium

Prior to performing your first synchronisation, make sure that Lexibook

®

SyncMan

®

2 software is installed on your PC as above. 

1.  Connect the cable, included with your unit, to a free PC USB port then insert

cable jack into the unit’s socket (on top left side). Please make sure to have
installed the USB cable before.

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2. Start SyncMan

®

2 software on your PC and check  whether synchronisation

mode is set up for TCM PDA by clicking on 

Tools

Options

then 

Your Device

tab.

Perform synchronisation

Start SyncMan

®

2 and make sure your unit is connected to your PC. Then press

the 

on your unit to start Synchronisation. 

The unit will show 

LINKING …

whilst synchronisation is in progress.

If you have set up a password, you will be required to enter it at this time to 
perform synchronisation.

777 Game

1.  Press 

. Press 

to select 

1.777 GAME

. Then main game screen is

displayed and 

$ 10

blinks on the first line. $10 is the minimum wager. On

second line there is default total money, 

490

.

2.  Set desired wager amount by pressing either 

or 

and press 

to start

game. 

3.  If you get a 

777

result you win five times the wager! If you get a 

result

you win three times the wager. If you get a 

☺☺

☺☺

result you win twice the

wager.

4.  If you get any other result, you lost your wager.
5.  Maximum money amount you can win is 9990. If you reach 0, game is over.

Good luck!

Hammer

1. 

Press . 

Press and to 

select 

2.HAMMER

.  Then game level is

displayed, use 

or 

to set desired difficulty. Press 

to start game. 

2.  HAMMER 000 is displayed on first line, this is your score. On the second line

your hammer is displayed. You can move it by using 

or 

and you can

knock with it by pressing 

3.  The goal is to hit the evil mushrooms growing from the bottom line. If the 

mushrooms hit the hammer line you lose the game.  Your score will increase
after each hit.

Keyboard Wiz

1.  Press 

. Press 

twice and 

to select  

3.KEYBOARD WIZ

.  Then game

level is displayed, use 

or 

to set desired difficulty. Press 

to start game.

2.  A series of letters scroll on the screen: The number or the letter will disappear

when you press on the corresponding key on the virtual keyboard. However, it
remains on the display if you press a wrong key. 
The speed increases each time you get 12 numbers or letters correct. When
the screen displays 12 characters, you lose the game.  

3.  If you succeed through the 20 levels, “You Win!” will be displayed on the

screen.  The screen returns to level 01.  

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NOTE: The translator is NOT in the PDA by default. You can choose whether
or not to download it yourself from the CD-ROM using SyncMan

®

2 download

function (please refer to the SyncMan

®

2 Help Files on the CD-ROM).  If you

do so this application will take 90KB out of your 512KB available memory.

1.  If the application has been downloaded onto the PDA, press 

key, and select

the Translator application by pressing 

.

2.  Six  different  languages  can  be  translated  from  and  to  each  other:  English

(ENG), German (DEU), Spanish (SPA), French (FRA), Italian (ITA) and Dutch
(NED).                     

3. 

ENG-> DEU

is displayed. The flashing word indicates the language at the side

that can be selected.
At  start  by  default,  the  source  language  is  ENG  (English),  and  the  target 
language is DEU (German).
*  Press 

or 

key to switch between source and target language.

*  Press 

key  or 

to  change  and  select  different  source  or  target 

language, press 

to confirm the language selected.

Note:

If  same  source  and  target  language  are  selected 

ERROR!

will  be

displayed.   

4.  Press 

key to enter the translation function. You can key in the word to be

translated  on  the  first  line  after  source  language  name.  Press 

to  get  the

translation in the target language on the second line.

Note:

If  there  are  no  matched  words, 

Not  Found!

will  display  for  a  few

seconds, however a few seconds later, the nearest index words will appear.

5.  When translation words appear, press 

or 

key to view the previous or

next index word and its translation. 

6.  If the translation or index words are longer than 12 characters, press 

or 

key to view them. 

1.  Avoid  extremes  in  temperature,  exposure  to  direct  sunlight,  water,  humidity

and dust.

2.  Do not drop the device as this may damage it. 
3.  Do not use detergent, liquid cleaners or solvents to clean unit. Wipe unit with

clean, soft dry cloth. 

4.  Keep unit away from strong magnetic fields (e.g. loudspeakers), and any other

static electricity source 

5.  Do not attempt to dismantle unit. There are no user serviceable parts inside

and any attempt to do so will render the warranty void. 

6.  We strongly recommend that your keep a written record of all important data.

In  almost  any  electronic  memory  system,  data  can  be  lost  under  certain 
circumstances. We therefore accept no liability for loss of data whether this is
caused by incorrect use, repairs, error, changing batteries, using batteries after
they have expired or other circumstances.  Keep regular backups of your PC
Data.

24. Care and safety  

23. Translator  

Downloading the translator software: 

1. From the supplied Syncman CD, click on the file download option. 

2. First, click on “New”, and then on “Import” 

3. Follow the link: CD:/Downloads/Translator 

4. Once you have selected "Translator", search for files with a * tsk extension. 

5. The Translator.txt file will appear in the list, click on this file and then open it. 

6. Name and save the file so that it shows in your list. 

7. You can now start the synchronization from your digital personal assistant.

 


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7.  We do not accept any direct or indirect liability for financial losses or claims

from third parties, which result from using this product and all its functions,
such as stolen credit card numbers, loss or modification of data. 

DO NOT dispose of old batteries by throwing into a fire.  They may 
explode and cause serious injury.  ALWAYS dispose of batteries 
carefully.

DO NOT leave batteries in unit for extended periods of non-use as they
may leak and cause irrevocable damage to your unit.  This will 
invalidate your warranty.

Note:

a)  Non-rechargeable batteries are not to be recharged.
b)  Different types of batteries or new and used batteries are not to be mixed.
c)  Only batteries to the same or equivalent type as recommended are to be used.
d)  Batteries are to be inserted with the correct polarity.
e)  Exhausted batteries are to be removed from the product.
f)  The supply terminals are not to be short-circuited.  

If in doubt consult your local stockist or ring the helpline for further information.

Warning:

If this product receives an electrostatic shock it may cease to function.

To re-start the unit open the battery door (if applicable to this device) and reset, or
alternatively remove batteries and put them back in.

Battery:

2 x CR2032

Dimensions:

105.5 x 76.3 x 11.5 mm

Weight: 70g 
Warranty:

2 years

Memory size: 

512KB for TM240 - 1MB for TM241

Specifications are subject to change without notice.

This product is covered by our comprehensive 2 years warranty*. In case of any
fault, please return the unit to your original place of purchase for replacement or
repair. A copy of your sales receipt must be included as proof of purchase. 
Our warranty covers material or installation-related defects attributable to the
manufacturer, with the exception of wear caused by failure to follow the 
instructions for use or any unauthorized work done on the equipment (such as 
dismantling, exposure to heat or damp, etc.).

*Excludes deterioration of the LCD screen.

Freephone customer service: 0808 100 3015

26. Warranty  

25. Technical specifications 

 


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Appendix 1 – Symbol table list

Appendix 2 – Accented letters

A: 
a: 

E: 
e: 

O or o: 

I or i: 

U or u: 

R or r: 

Z or z: 

Y or y: 

S or s: 

D or d: 

N or n: 

G or o: 

C or c: 

27. Appendix  

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~

£

¥

æ

¡

¿

Æ

Ø

ø

^

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x

÷

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ß

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TIME ZONE

01
02
03
04
05
06
07
08
09
10

11

12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43

CITY NAME

LISBON

LONDON

AMSTERDAM

BARCELONA

BERLIN

MADRID

PARIS

ROME

CAIRO

HELSINKI

MOSCOW

RIYADH

TEHRAN

DUBAI

KABUL

KARACHI

DELHI

DHAKA

YANGON

BANGKOK

BEIJING

HONG KONG

SINGAPORE

TOKYO

ADELAIDE

GUAM

SYDNEY

NOUMEA

AUCKLAND

WELLINGTON

TONGA

MIDWAY ISLANDS

HONOLULU

ANCHORAGE

LOS ANGELES

DENVER

CHICAGO

NEW YORK

TORONTO

CARACAS

RIO DE JANEIRO

MID ATLANTIC

AZORES ISLANDS

ABBREVIATION

LIS

LON

AMS
BCN

BER

MAD

PAR

ROM

CAI

HEL

MOW

RUH

THR
DXB

KBL

KHI

DEL

DAC

RGN

BKK

BEI

HKG

SIN

TYO

ADL

GUM

SYD

NOU

AKL

WLG

TNG

MID

HNL

ANC

LAX

DEN

CHI

NYC

YYZ

CCS

RIO

MAT
AZO

TIME DIFFERENCE

+0
+0
+1
+1
+1
+1
+1
+1
+2
+2
+3
+3

+3.5

+4

+4.5

+5

+5.5

+6

+6.5

+7
+8
+8
+8
+9

+9.5

+10
+10

+11

+12
+12
+13

-11

-10

-9
-8
-7
-6
-5
-5
-4
-3
-2
-1

Appendix 3 – World Cities and Time Zones

 


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In order to fully uninstall any lexibook component from your PC, proceed as 
follows: 

- Uninstall the SyncMan application software by clicking on Start -> 
  Control panel -> Add or remove programs. 
- Manually delete the "lexibook" folder from the "program files" folder located in 
  your "C:" drive.  
- Disconnect the TMP241 from the USB port and restart your PC. 
- Access the “Device manager” menu (right-click on “My Computer” and then 
  select “Properties”) in order to select the TMP241 controller located in the "USB 
  Universal serial bus controller" menu, and click on "Properties". Select the 
  "Controller" tab and click on "Details". In the new window that opens, make a 
  note of the controller file name, as well as its location folder. Close the controller 
  “Details” window. Close the “Properties” window of the TMP241 controller. From 
  the “Device manager” menu, select once again the controller for the TMP241 and 
  delete it (use the “Delete" and click to confirm when required by the system). 
- Restart your PC without having connected the Touchman. 
- Manually delete the controller file from the folder previously noted down, and 
  restart the PC. 

Reinstalling the software from scratch: 

- Connect the TMP241 (which should be on) to the USB port and wait until 
  Windows 98 detects the new hardware on the USB port used by your TMP241. 
- If the operating system does not detect your TMP241, try a different USB port. 
- Once Windows wizards prompts you to select an option, tick "I will select the 
  driver to install” and click on “Browse” to search and select the file from the folder 
  "USB driver" in your SyncMan CD. 
- Once the driver has been installed (acknowledge by Windows once you click on 
  “Finish” in the last dialog box that appears), restart your PC making sure that the 
  TMP241 is on. 
- Insert the SyncMan CD and proceed with the installation. 
- Restart your PC for the last time. 
- Launch the SyncMan application. During the preparation stages prior to use the 
  software, make sure that you select the TMP241 as pocket device. 
- Finally, request the synchronization function from your TMP241. 
- The data will be transferred from Syncman to the pocket device and vice versa.

28. Driver installation

Environmental Protection
Unwanted electrical appliances can be recycled and should not be discarded 
along with regular household waste! Please actively support the conservation 
of resources and help protect the environment by returning this appliance to a 
collection centre (if available).

Lexibook uk Ltd
Unit 10 Petersfield Industrial Estate
Bedford Road, Petersfield
Hampshire, GU32 3 QA
UK
Hotline: 0 808 100 3015

www.lexibook.com

 


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