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PDF Content Summary: Model: A700SI DIGITAL PHOTO FRAME Precautions and maintenance ● For indoor use only ● To avoid risk of fire or electric shock, do not expose the unit to moisture or condensation. ● To avoid overheating, do not block the ventilation holes on the back of the Digital Photo Frame. ● Keep the Digital Photo Frame out of direct sunlight. ● Always use the eject buttons on the memory storage card slots to remove the storage cards. ● Do not dismantle the Digital Photo Frame. There is a risk of electric shock and there are no user-serviceable parts inside. Dismantling the Digital Photo Frame will void your warranty. Cleaning the LCD Screen ● Treat the screen carefully. Because the screen of the Digital Photo Frame is made of glass and it would easily be broken or scratched. ● If fingerprints or dust accumulate on the LCD screen, we recommend using a soft, 0 non-abrasive cloth such as a camera lens cloth to clean the LCD screen. ● Moisten the cleaning cloth with the cleaning solution and apply the cloth to the screen. WARNING: Turn the power OFF before inserting or removing a media card or USB device. Failure to do so may cause damage to the media card, USB and the unit. Features: 1. Supported Photo format: JPEG 2. USB Connection: USB2.0 HOST 3. Memory Card: SD/SDHC/MMC 4. Built-in flash memory to store pictures 5. View pictures in thumbnail mode 6. Auto Slideshow detects and plays a Memory Card or USB 7. Built-in Clock and calendar with slideshow 8. Image-display modes: slideshow, preview, zoom, rotate function. 9. Adjustable slideshow speed --10 kinds of transition slideshow 10. Adjustable brightness, contrast, saturation 11. Copy and delete function 12. OSD Language: Default: English (French & Spanish available in setup menu) Packing Check List: 1. 7 inch digital photo frame 1 piece 2. User manual 1 piece 3. AC/DC adapter 1 piece 1 CONTENTS 1. Product Diagram·········································································································3 1.1 Left Side of Frame··································································································3 1.2 Back Buttons of Frame ···························································································3 2. Getting Started ···········································································································3 3. Operating Instruction ·······························································································4 3.1 Main Menu·············································································································4 3.2 Picture Mode ·········································································································4 3.3 Copy & Delete Function ··························································································5 4. File····························································································································5 5. Calendar····················································································································6 6. Setup ························································································································6 7. Stand Instruction ········································································································7 8. Technical Specifications······························································································7 9. Troubleshooting Guide································································································7 2

1. Product Diagram 1.1 Left Side of Frame 1.2 Back Buttons of Frame 2. Getting Started 1. SD/SDHC/MMC CARD 2. USB PORT 3. DC IN- for Power Adapter 1. Power ON/OFF 2. UP 3. Play/Pause/OK 4. Right 5. Left 6. Down 7. Menu(Press & hold)/ Exit(Press)

2.1 Extend the digital photo frame stand on the rear to the widest position for greatest stability. Plug one end of the AC adapter into a standard 110-240V AC outlet and the other end into the right side the frame (DC 5V). Note: There are different positions for the digital photo frame stand. Please refer to "Stand Instruction" (page 8). 2.2. Remove the protective film covering the LCD screen. 2.3. Press to turn the unit on. 3

3. Operating Instructions 3.1 Main Menu Note: This frame will only recognize JPEG files. 3.2 Picture Mode The memory card interface will automatically display approximately 5 seconds after the frame turns on. BUTTON USE: There are two methods for pressing the control buttons; Press – (press & release) and Press & Hold - press and hold for one-two seconds before releasing. This unit supports SD/SDHC/MMC and USB 2.0. Simply insert a memory card or USB drive and the frame will automatically play a slideshow. Press MENU twice to access Photo, File, Calendar and Setup. Slideshow Mode: Press MENU 2x to choose between MEMORY, SDMMC, or USB. In the main menu select Photo, and then press to start the slide show (there are 6 random picture transitions.) Single Picture Display: From the Photo main screen press: to select desired photo, then press to display the picture. Changing SLIDE MODE: In the setup menu, choose SLIDE MODE. Press to select between single, triple, or four window displays. Press to confirm. This will randomly display up to 4 pictures at a time.

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3.3 Copy & Delete Function To copy a photo from a SD or USB drive to the photo frame’s memory; Pause a single picture, next, press & hold MENU, then use to select “Save Picture”. Press to save displayed picture to the digital photo frame’s memory. NOTE: The memory will only hold 3-4 photo images.

Note: System will hint “Memory Full” if remaining built-in memory size is not enough to store the photo. In six-picture mode, use to select the picture you want to delete, then press & hold MENU to enter the delete interface, press to confirm. 4. File Select File, and then press to access the file interface. You can browse all the picture files on the memory card or the built-in memory. Use to select the file you want to delete, then press & hold MENU to enter the delete interface, press to confirm. 5

5. Calendar 6. Setup Select Calendar from the main menu, press to enter, use to select the date you want to view. Press Setup from the main menu, then press to access the Setup interface. Use to select the item you want to set up. Press to show the sub-menu and select with , then press to enter the sub-menu item.

6.1 Language: Default Language: English (French & Spanish available) 6.2 Slide Mode: Single, triple, or four picture display. 6.3 Slide Speed: 3/5/15/30seconds, 1/5/15/30minutes and 1hour 6.4 Photo Effect: color, mono, sepia 6.5 Slide Effect: Random, Split Horizontal in, Split Horizontal out, Jalousie, Split Vertical in, Split Vertical out, Radiation, Surround, Fade, Right refresh, Next refresh, Pan On, Roll from down to up, Roll from up to down, Brick 6.6 Photo Mode: Auto, Optimal, Full 6.7 Display Contrast: Press to select. Use to select from 00 (lowest) to 40 (highest). Brightness: Press to select. Use to select from 00 (lowest) to 40 (highest). Saturation: Press to select. Use to select from 00 (lowest) to 40 (highest). Tint: Press to select. Use to select from 00 (lowest) to 40 (highest). 6.9 Set Time/Date: Press , choose setup items with as follows: Year, Month, Day, Hour, Minute, Second, press , use to set, Press Save Time to confirm. 6.10 Set Time Format: 12/24, Press , select with , press , then use to set, press to confirm. 6.11 Format Built-in Memory: 6 Press , use ▲▼ to select or unselect to format the built-in memory. 6.12 Reset Setting: Press to default values. Press , use ▲▼ to select or unselect to reset all settings to default values, press to confirm. 6.13 Exit: Press to exit setup interface. 7. Stand Instructions Extend leg from slot on the back of the photo frame. Rotate the leg to choose a vertical or horizontal position. NOTE: Please refer to the illustration shown below. 8. Technical Specifications ● Adapter: Input: AC 100-240V~50/60HZ 350mA Output: DC 5V/1A ● Picture Format: JPEG ● Memory Cards: SD/SDHC/MMC ● USB connection: USB 2.0 Host ● Screen Parameter: Resolution: 480X234 Contrast: 400:1 Aspect Ratio: 16:9 9. Troubleshooting Guide ● No power: Verify the power cord is seated firmly both in the unit and in electrical outlet. ● Can not read the CARD or USB: Confirm whether the memory card isn’t blank or corrupt. ● Can not play the file: Make sure the photos on your memory device are JPEG files. ● Display too bright or too dark: Adjust the brightness and/or contrast in the setup menu. 7 ● The color is light or no color: Adjust color and contrast settings in the setup menu. LIMITED 90-DAY WARRANTY We warrant this product to be free from defects in material and workmanship under normal use for a ninety-day period from the original date of purchase from an authorized ATAK dealer. We will repair or replace the unit free of charge should it become defective under this warranty, providing you, the original purchaser, submit proof of purchase (sales slip) along with the unit and all accessories. During the ninety-day period from the original purchase date, we will service or exchange the unit at no charge. To obtain warranty service or replacement within the ninety-day warranty period, please return the product and all accessories to the original place of purchase. For technical support, the ATAK Technical Support Center is available 24-hours a day, 7-days a week for technical assistance or troubleshooting. Contact us by phone by calling 1-800-936-1168. This warranty does not cover any product which has been subject to damage due to an act of nature, misuse, neglect, accident, abuse, commercial use, or modification of, or to, any part of the product, including the antenna. Damage to any external media such as DVD, CD, SD, USB, and/or other memory devices are not covered nor is the cost incurred in shipping the unit for warranty repair. Under no circumstances shall ATAK be liable for any loss (direct, indirect, incidental, foreseen, unforeseen, special or consequential) or for any damage arising out of, or in connection with, the use of this product. UNDER NO CIRCUMSTANCES WILL ATAK BE LIABLE FOR ANY INCIDENTAL OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES. This warranty does not cover re-manufactured units, or product sold 'As Is'. This warranty is valid only to the original purchaser of the Product in the United States, Canada, and Mexico and grants specific legal rights. 8


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