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Conrad 75 50 07 Bedienungsanleitung Seite 2

Digitales sparschwein


Digital piggy bank
Item no. 75 50 07
Intended use
The product is intended to be used for counting and storing Euro coins.
Each EURO coin inserted (1 cent, 2 cent, 5 cent, 10 cent, 20 cent, 50 cent, 1 euro or 2 euro) is recognised
by the inbuilt counter and the total amount is then displayed on a display on the top.
The amount can be corrected manually using the keys on the top, for example when banknotes are added
to the content of the piggy bank.
Always observe the safety instructions and all other information included in these operating instructions.
This product complies with the applicable National and European requirements. All names of companies and
products are the trademarks of the respective owner. All rights reserved.
Package Contents
• Piggy bank
• Operating Instructions
• Only suitable for normal Euro coins in circulation (1 cent, 2 cent, 5 cent, 10 cent, 20 cent, 50 cent, 1 euro
or 2 euro); not for commemorative Euro coins or similar.
• Coin boxes made of high-quality and unbreakable PET plastic (transparent); therefore, there is no risk of
glass breaking when inserting coins
• Easy-to-read liquid crystal display
• Powered by two batteries of type AA/Mignon
• Data saved when changing batteries
• Manual changes to the displayed amount can be made via the keys on the top
Safety Instructions
The warranty will be void in the event of damage caused by failure to observe these safety
instructions! We do not assume any liability for any consequential damage!
Nor do we assume any liability for material and personal damage caused by improper use
or non-compliance with the safety instructions! In such cases, the warranty will be null
and void.
• The unauthorised conversion and/or modifi cation of the product is not permitted for safety and
approval reasons (CE).
• The product is only intended for use in dry, indoor locations. No part of the product must be
allowed to get damp or wet.
• The product is not a toy and should be kept out of the reach of children.
• Do not leave packaging material carelessly lying around since it could become a dangerous
plaything for children.
• Handle the product with care, it can be damaged by impacts, blows, or accidental drops, even
from a low height.
Notes on Batteries and Rechargeable Batteries
• Batteries/rechargeable batteries must be kept out of the reach of children.
• Do not leave batteries/rechargeable batteries lying around; they could be swallowed by children or pets. If
swallowed, consult a doctor immediately.
• Leaking, or damaged batteries/rechargeable batteries, in contact with the skin can cause acid burns,
therefore, use suitable protective gloves.
• Batteries/rechargeable batteries must not be short-circuited, opened or thrown into a fi re. There is a risk of
• Do not recharge normal, non-rechargeable batteries, risk of explosion! Only charge rechargeable batteries
that are intended for this purpose; use a suitable battery charger.
• Never mix standard batteries with rechargeable batteries, use either standard batteries or rechargeable
• Do not mix batteries/rechargeable batteries with different charge levels (e. g. full and half-full batteries/
rechargeable batteries).
Can also be powered by rechargeable batteries instead of standard batteries. Due to the lower
voltage of rechargeable batteries (batteries = 1.5 V, rechargeable batteries = 1.2 V), the operat-
ing time may be shorter.
Therefore, we recommend you to power the piggy bank using high-quality alkaline batteries.
If you still wish to use rechargeable batteries, you should only use NiMH rechargeable batteries
with low self-discharge.
Inserting/replacing the batteries
• Open the lid of the piggy bank by turning it anticlockwise until it can be removed.
• Unfasten the single screw of the battery compartment lid and then remove it.
• Insert two AA batteries with the correct polarity (pay attention to plus/+ and minus/-).
• Close the battery compartment again. Then replace the battery compartment cover and tighten the screw
again carefully.
Press the "RESET" key which is located next to the battery compartment, if you want to reset the
display to "0.00".
• Close the piggy bank by putting the cover on and turning it clockwise.
The piggy bank is ready for operation.
• The batteries must be replaced if the display contrast fades or if there is no image on the display.
Version 02/12
• Only insert a single Euro coin (1 cent, 2 cent, 5 cent, 10 cent, 20 cent, 50 cent, 1 euro or 2 euro) at a time
in the counter's slot and press it down completely.
• The coin is recognised by the counter and it is added to the total amount on the display.
Reset (Resetting the total amount to "0.00")
• Open the lid of the piggy bank by turning it anticlockwise until it can be removed.
• Press the "RESET" key which is located next to the battery compartment. The display is reset to "0.00".
• Close the piggy bank by putting the cover on and turning it clockwise.
Changing the value indicated on the display
The display of the amount can be changed or set using the keys on the top. These keys can be used if you
want to insert a banknote, for example.
Proceed as follows:
• Press the "SET" button briefl y until the desired digit in the display fl ashes.
• Set the digit fl ashing in the display with the "+" and "-" buttons.
• If required, you can switch to another input digit by briefl y pressing the "SET" key several times.
• If you don't press any key for 5 seconds, the device will exit the setting mode.
a) Product
b) Batteries and Rechargeable Batteries
The end user is legally obliged (Battery Regulation) to return used batteries and rechargeable batteries. Do
not dispose of used batteries in the household waste!
You can dispose of your used batteries/rechargeable batteries free of charge at your community's collection
point or any place where batteries/rechargeable batteries are sold!
You thereby fulfi l your statutory obligations and contribute to the protection of the environment.
Technical Data
Operating voltage ........................3 V/DC, via 2 batteries of type AA/Mignon
Suitable for ................................. Euro coins in circulation (1 cent, 2 cent, 5 cent, 10 cent, 20 cent, 50 cent,
Dimensions (LxWxH) ...................176 x 120 x 152 mm
Weight .........................................approx. 218 g (without batteries)
When changing the batteries, the total amount stored in the counter is stored. It is only deleted
and reset to "0.00" when the "RESET" button is pressed.
During operation of the counter, it is necessary for the mechanics to recognise the exact coin
For this reason, a relatively strong spring is needed in the counter, so the recognition rollers in
the counter slot press fi rmly on the inserted coin.
For this reason, inserting a coin requires a little extra force.
Inserting a coin too quickly or coins that are worn or damaged on the edges can lead to incorrect
recognition. The same applies if the coin is not inserted into the counter slot completely and/or
retracted or several coins are inserted at the same time.
Example: If you wish to add a 50 Euro note to "6.00" Euro, you have to press the "SET" button
until "6" starts to fl ash. Set the amount to "16.00" using the "+" key.
Now press the "SET" button several times until "1" fl ashes. Afterwards, set the amount "56.00"
using the "+" key.
Dispose of an unserviceable product in accordance with the relevant statutory regulations.
Remove any rechargeable batteries inserted and dispose of them separately from the product.
Contaminated batteries/rechargeable batteries are labelled with these symbols to indicate that
disposal in the domestic waste is forbidden. The symbols for the relevant heavy metals are:
Cd=Cadmium, Hg=Mercury, Pb=Lead (marked on batteries/rechargeable batteries, e.g. under
the rubbish bin symbol shown to the left).
1 euro or 2 euro)
These operating instructions are a publication by Conrad Electronic SE, Klaus-Conrad-Str. 1,
D-92240 Hirschau (www.conrad.com).
All rights including translation reserved. Reproduction by any method, e.g. photocopy, microfi lming,
or the capture in electronic data processing systems require the prior written approval by the editor.
Reprinting, also in part, is prohibited.
These operating instructions represent the technical status at the time of printing. Changes in
technology and equipment reserved.
© Copyright 2012 by Conrad Electronic SE.