Presentation on theme: "proudly introduces the new monroe 8125 Award Winning Design Physical design by Josh Owen Professor, Industrial Design - Philadelphia Recipient."— Presentation transcript:
Definable Functions cont. Define Tax as discount Automatic Crossfooting Clear All Functions International Date format International Punctuation format 24 hour clock format
Power Switch Settings Operation as standard calculator Operation as hours/minutes calculator Group and Grand Total Automated Two Column Addition Display Only Print/Display Print/Display with n count
Definable Keys Exclusive power functions Editing – Scroll up, down, replace, insert and reprint Finance – Future value, present value, rate, term, payment, amortization Time Card – Calculate hours/minutes worked, past date, future date or days between dates Currency Conversion – 4 plus home Tax – 5 tax rates, VAT or Discount Cost, Sell, Margin, 1/x and % change (4) key independent memory II & Reverse Automatic Crossfooting, Proration, Distribution & Average
Design with Purpose Physical Attributes Enclosed Paper Roll The most expensive component of any calculator and that most likely to fail is the printer. The primary reason for printer failure is dust and dirt collecting on an external paper roll, then dragged through the print mechanism. Problem eliminated with 8125
Design with Purpose Physical Attributes Enclosed Paper Roll External paper roll holders are frequently lost or broken Replacing them is costly, inconvenient and sometimes results in replacement of the calculator Problem eliminated with 8125
Design with Purpose Physical Attributes Enclosed Paper Roll Feed Failures due to inadvertently moving an external paper roll up against another object on the desk. Yellowing or paper fraying Problem eliminated with 8125
Design with Purpose Physical Attributes Enclosed Paper Roll Translucent, interchangeable paper roll covers in green or grey. Visually check amount of remaining paper Designed to create a paper platform to enhance review of printed listings Prevents paper jams
Design with Purpose Physical Attributes Relocating Printer & Display Moved to right most position Visually improves line of sight to printed tape Improves readability of display
Design with Purpose Physical Attributes Large Eye-ease Green Display Largest display offered by Monroe Easy to read numbers and eye- ease green for maximum readability Fully punctuated, with symbols for memory, negative numbers, error and second memory.
Design with Purpose Physical Attributes Reduced Foot Print Free up usable desktop area 8” W x 11”L x 3”H (5” with paper roll) 4 lbs. On/Off switch moved to back to eliminate inadvertent power off/on.
Design with Purpose Best Adding Machine Made 80 % of all work performed on a calculator is addition and subtraction. Keyboard Layout consistent with Monroe heavy duty calculator models Cupped keys on numeric pad, flat function keys to enhance touch Raised dimple on 5 (home key) Large plus, minus, total, single zero and decimal point keys to improve touch operation
Design with Purpose Best Adding Machine Made 80 % of all work performed on a calculator is addition and subtraction. Only Monroe has a “clear add” symbol that prints with the first entry into a clear adding machine. Only Monroe displays the last entry rather than a running subtotal in the display. Only Monroe separates the adding machine completely from the calculator. Only Monroe correctly counts the number of entries in a column of figures. Only Monroe prints the total above the tear off knife. Only Monroe features editing capability.
Major key groupings A = adding machine controls B = total key C = numeric keypad D = calculator control keys E = C/CE key F = accumulator keys G = 4 key independent memory H = definable keys I = define key
Switch Selections Decimal Selector +, F, O, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 & 6 Display, Print/Display, n count Two Column, No-op, Grand Total Time Calculator or Calculator
monroe 8125 Be prepared to be amazed. Be prepared to see what no other printing calculator made can do. Be prepared to feel your jaw drop.
monroe 8125 Lets add two columns of figures. One entry in the first column needs correction. Find the total of both columns Find the correct item count for both columns. Find the average of all entries made.
The Problem The company requires a tape to be attached to all work product, i.e. checked invoices etc. Each tape must show the date and time the work was done. Store automatic date/time, then time stamp work.
The Problem You are auditing 3 receipts. Shown is the total amount with tax added. Receipt10020060 Find the total cost of the items including tax, the amount of tax and total cost of the items before tax was added.
The Problem Two errors were made while listing a column of figures. 11 should have been 12 and 6 was left out. Correct the listing and find the new total, then print a corrected tape. Original Listing 2341115
The Problem Throughout the day, I provide financial planning advice to my clients. Show me how to calculate Payments on a loan Amount to borrow with a fixed payment How to find a rate if payment and amount are known How to find a different term How to find the future value of my savings
The Problem The hotel I work for has numerous foreign visitors. As a service we provide currency conversion for Euro, GBP and JPY. I need to be able to convert these currencies. I’d be willing to load new rates each day if they change.
The Problem I work in retail and often apply multiple discounts to sale items. There is also a tax rate here in this city. Show me a way to make my life easier and cut down on the mistakes I make.
The Problem I’m a payroll clerk and I have to find the number of hours and minutes worked from our employee time cards. Also, there are times when I need to calculate the days between two dates, figure out a future or past date. Help!
The Problem I’m the sales manager for my company. My job is to establish selling prices, calculate and maintain margins. As a management tool, I regularly review changes in sales period over period. Show me a simple way to do my job.
The Problem I like having a second memory on my calculator. I admit I probably don’t use the features that would eliminate my need for the second memory, but for me, it’s just what I’m used to. Show me what you’ve got.
The Problem I want to find a calculator that will provide a total for both the columns and rows, you know a spreadsheet. If you were as old as I am, you’d call it crossfooting. After I have those totals, I’d like to analyze the data in different ways. No one has been able to solve my problem, can you?
Okay, I’m sold. Now dazzle me!!!!!!!!!!!!! ∑m Sigma M stores results obtained from the = key, % key, elapsed time key and any of the five definable tax keys into memory I automatically. Let’s put it to work on our payroll problem, then the tax problem.