# Manuals

Are you missing the original manual and you don’t know how to use your device in detail? Find links to the appropriate files in PDF format here:

- Manual FX602P in English/Spanish (~14 MB)
- Manual FX602P in German/French (~14 MB)
- Manual FA-2 cassette interface in German (1.3 MB)
- Manual FP-10 thermal printer in German (0.5 MB)

# Programs

You are interested in programs for your new calculator? The listed programs here are for free and you can download them onto your FX-602P Sim app for no extra charge. If you see this page with your iOS-screen, then you can load a program instantly into your calculator by clicking on its icon. A dialog will appear on your screen to guide you through the short installation process. There are currently only three programs. But more are going to come soon.

** Sunrise and sunset**

**Program name:** sun.pf

**Program places:** P2, P7 – 324 steps

**Make sure, that you have the switch Geo-Data enabled in your settings and also the switch Date/Time in M96 to M99.**

The program calculates sunrise and and sunset for your current position and date. You run the program by tapping on P2. If the calculator was in the GPS-energy-saving mode, then tap on P2 again to calculate with the latest location data. The calculator utilizes the location values, date and timezone of your device.

PROGRAM LIST

*** P2

AC MR98 Min1F MR97 Min2F Min00 MR96 Min3F MR95 × π ÷ 180 = Min13 MR94 Min14 31 Min01 Min03 Min05 Min07 Min08 Min10 Min12 30 Min04 Min06 Min09 Min11 28 Min02 MR3F ÷ 4 = FRAC x=0 GOTO1 GOTO2

LBL1 1 M+02 MR3F ÷ 100 = FRAC x=0 GOTO3 GOTO2

LBL3 1 M-02 MR3F ÷ 400 = FRAC x=0 GOTO4 GOTO2

LBL4 1 M+02

LBL2 DSZ GOTO5 GOTO6

LBL5 IND MR00 M+1F GOTO2

LBL6 RAD .171 ± × ( .0337 × MR1F + .465 ) sin − .1299 × ( .01787 × MR1F − .168 ) sin = Min15 .4095 × ( .016906 × ( MR1F − 80.086 ) ) sin = Min16 .0145 ± Min18 ( MR18 sin − MR13 sin × MR16 sin ) ÷ ( MR13 cos × MR16 cos ) = Min20 1 − MR20 = x≥0 GOTO0 "24h no sun" GOTO9

LBL0 1 + MR20 = x≥0 GOTO8 "24h sun" GOTO9

LBL8 12 × MR20 cos^{-1} ÷ π = Min17 + 12 − MR15 = Min19 12 − MR17 − MR15 = Min18 MR14 ± ÷ 15 = Min20 MR87 M+20

LBL7 MR20 M+18 M+19 MR18 GSBP7 "#" MR19 GSBP7 "; #"

LBL9

*** P7

Min10 FRAC × 3 ÷ 5 + MR10 INT = × 100 Min00 = INT ÷ MR00 = Min00 − 24 = x≥0 Min00 MR00 FIX2

**Distance of days**

**Program name:** distance_days.pf

**Program places:** P3, P4, P8, P9 – 498 steps

P3 calculates the days between two calendar days. If you input no number and continue with EXE, then the value of today’s day will be used.

P4 calculates tasks like “What’s the date, when I add to a given date a number of days?”

PROGRAM LIST

*** P3

MR98 "Day1?" HLT Min01 MR97 "Month1?" HLT Min02 MR96 "Year1?" HLT Min03 GSBP8 Min2F MR98 "Day2?" HLT Min01 MR97 "Month2?" HLT Min02 MR96 "Year2?" HLT Min03 GSBP8 − MR2F = "# days"

*** P4

MR98 "Day?" HLT Min01 MR97 "Month?" HLT Min02 MR96 "Year?" HLT Min03 "Days?" HLT Min2F GSBP8 + MR2F = GSBP9

*** P8

AC Min04 3 MinF MR02 x≥F GOTO0 1 M-03 12 M+02

LBL0 MR04 INT ÷ 24 = Min05 MR04 FRAC × 60 = INT Min00 ÷ 1440 = M+05 MR04 FRAC × 60 = FRAC × 60 = FIX0 ÷ 86400 = M+05 1582 MinF MR03 x=F GOTO1 x≥F GOTO3

LBL4 0 Min07 GOTO9

LBL1 10 MinF MR02 x=F GOTO2 x≥F GOTO3 GOTO4

LBL2 15 MinF MR01 x≥F GOTO3 5 MinF MR01 x≥F GOTO5 GOTO4

LBL3 MR03 ÷ 100 = INT Min06 2 − MR06 + ( MR06 ÷ 4 ) INT = Min07 GOTO9

LBL5 "Err" GOTO8

LBL9 ( 365.25 × ( MR03 + 4716 ) ) INT + ( 30.6001 × ( MR02 + 1 ) ) INT + MR01 + MR05 + MR07 − 1524.5 =

LBL8

*** P9

Min00 + .5 = Min05 INT Min04 MR05 FRAC = Min05 2299161 MinF MR04 x≥F GOTO0 MR04 Min06 GOTO1

LBL0 MR04 − 1867216.25 = ÷ 36524.25 = INT Min07 + MR04 + 1 − ( MR07 ÷ 4 ) INT = Min06

LBL1 + 1524 = Min08 − 122.1 = ÷ 365.25 = INT Min09 × 365.25 = INT Min10 MR08 − MR10 = ÷ 30.6001 Min1F = INT Min11 MR08 − MR10 − ( MR1F × MR11 ) INT + MR05 = Min01 14 MinF MR11 x≥F GOTO2 MR11 − 1 = Min02 GOTO3

LBL2 MR11 − 13 = Min02

LBL3 3 MinF MR02 x≥F GOTO4 MR09 − 4715 = Min03 GOTO5

LBL4 MR09 − 4716 = Min03

LBL5 MR01 INT Min01 " AR02 / AR01 / AR03 "

**Odometer and direction**

**Program name:** odometer.pf

**Program places:** P0, P5, P6 – 227 steps

**Make sure, that you have the switch Geo-Data enabled in your settings.**

This program shows continuously your speed and the direction you are heading to.

Let’s say you are on a moving ship and you want to get these information. Just press P0. For the first seconds you might see “—“, which means that speed and heading information from the sensors are not yet available. After a short moment the display could show for example something like “NNW 65.3”. You are moving with a speed of 65.3 km/h heading North-North-West.

PROGRAM LIST

*** P0

LBL0 AC 1 ± MinF MR90 x=F GOTO9 Min01 MR89 × 3.6 = FIX1 Min03 11.25 M+01 337.5 MinF 6 Min00

LBL1 MR01 x≥F GOTO2 22.5 M-F DSZ GOTO1 GSBP5 GOTO0

LBL2 2 M+00 IND GOTO0

LBL8 "NNW AR03 " GOTO0

LBL7 "NW AR03 " GOTO0

LBL6 "WNW AR03 " GOTO0

LBL5 "W AR03 " GOTO0

LBL4 "WSW AR03 " GOTO0

LBL3 "SW AR03 " GOTO0

LBL9 "−−−" GOTO0

*** P5

7 Min00

LBL0 MR01 x≥F GOTO1 22.5 M-F DSZ GOTO0 GSBP6 GOTO2

LBL1 2 M+00 IND GOTO0

LBL9 "SSW AR03 " GOTO2

LBL8 "S AR03 " GOTO2

LBL7 "SSE AR03 " GOTO2

LBL6 "SE AR03 " GOTO2

LBL5 "ESE AR03 " GOTO2

LBL4 "E AR03 " GOTO2

LBL3 "ENE AR03 "

LBL2

*** P6

45 MinF MR01 x≥F GOTO2 22.5 MinF MR01 x≥F GOTO1 "N AR03 " GOTO9

LBL1 "NNE AR03 " GOTO9

LBL2 "NE AR03 "

LBL9

The downloads need to be in ASCII or simple English notation. “PF” is not supported by any program common.

The extension PF is supported by FX-602P sim. When you import the PF-file to this app you can execute it from there.

I can put in addition the PF-text in printable characters on this side.

Hallo,

ich benutze immer noch den FX-602P beruflich und privat. Leider ist die beigefuegte Kurzanleitung (kleines doppelseitiges Beiblatt) kaum noch leserlich.

Wo koennte ich ein pdf finden um es mir auszudrucken?

Vielen Dank im vorraus.

Hardy