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OS 3.10 announced for fx-CG10/20/50

Postby TeamFX » Thu Sep 21, 2017 1:32 pm

There is a new manual online: http://support.casio.com/en/manual/004/ ... oft_EN.pdf

OS 3.10 features:
- fx-CG10 restrictions on g3p/g3b file import removed
- fx-CG10/20 will use white fx-CG50 main menu screen
- In exam mode, fx-CG50 display brightness is set to level 1 instead of 0 (after inactivity, increased battery drain)
- [EXP] / [x10^x] key will output "x10" instead of "E" where possible
- Catalog includes QR code function to get help online for specific commands
- E-CON4 adds manual sampling function and can save sample data to CSV files
- 3D Graph add-in adds cone template and function input (Z graph, parametric graph, solid of rotation on X/Y axis)
- 3D Graph add-in adds trace function and can determine intersections and relationships among lines and planes
- 3D Graph add-in version 1.01 will work on OS 3.10 or higher (3D Graph 1.00 even works on fx-CG10 OS 1.00)

fx-CG20/50 AU restrictions:
- Only 4.5 MB of user flash memory and Picture Plot add-in not preinstalled
- No intersections and relationships among lines and planes in 3D Graph add-in

The fx-CG50 AU will be available in November according to https://www.abacuscalculators.com.au/sh ... cg50au-new

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Re: OS 3.10 announced for fx-CG10/20/50

Postby critor » Fri Sep 22, 2017 10:06 pm

Thank you for all the new features ! :)

TeamFX wrote:- In exam mode, fx-CG50 display brightness is set to level 1 instead of 0 (after inactivity, increased battery drain)

I'm not sure I understand this part.
On my Graph 90+E and fx-CG20, the minimal brightness level is already 1/5, even out of the exam mode.

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Re: OS 3.10 announced for fx-CG10/20/50

Postby TeamFX » Sat Sep 23, 2017 3:58 pm

On the fx-CG50, the display brightness is set to level 0 after 30 seconds of inactivity. Level 0 cannot be set by the user manually and is
not used on the fx-CG10/20 either.

Also note that power off mode behaves differently on the fx-CG50:
60 minutes after power off, SDRAM power supply is cut off (on fx-CG10/20, SRAM remains powered). This means that some data is lost on the fx-CG50 like Run-Matrix data entered in linear mode or graph view data. You can test this behavior with diagnostic mode option "x.OFF".

These details are (vaguely) described in the hardware manual:
http://support.casio.com/en/manual/004/ ... ard_EN.pdf

PS: This is the screen when entering exam mode on a model with LED.

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Re: OS 3.10 announced for fx-CG10/20/50

Postby TeamFX » Tue Sep 26, 2017 11:29 pm

OS 3.10 is now available on http://edu.casio.com/

The fx-CG50 will be launched in Japan in October: http://www.casio.co.jp/release/2017/0926_fx-cg50/
Last edited by TeamFX on Mon Oct 09, 2017 7:21 pm, edited 1 time in total.

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Re: OS 3.10 announced for fx-CG10/20/50

Postby sentaro21 » Mon Oct 09, 2017 9:01 am

TeamFX wrote:OS 3.10 is now available on http://edu.casio.com/

The fx-CG10/20 appears to have been discontinued. It is no longer listed on several country-specific Casio websites.
The fx-CG50 will be launched in Japan in October: http://www.casio.co.jp/release/2017/0926_fx-cg50/

Thank you for the valuable infomation always. :D

I'm happy that CG50 is released in Japan soon, but it is very unfortunate that the price is double only by SB-62 3-Pin cable being attached.
Thus,
I imported CG50 from ebay and amazon.com.
Two CG50 works without still becoming the brick. :thumbup:

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Re: OS 3.10 announced for fx-CG10/20/50

Postby TeamFX » Wed Oct 25, 2017 3:23 pm

Updated OS 3.10 has been released for fx-CG50 models.

Version 3.10.xx1x
Examination Mode Improvement for Netherlands and Small Functional Improvement.

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Re: OS 3.10 announced for fx-CG10/20/50

Postby TeamFX » Sun Apr 15, 2018 7:42 pm

New OS update has been released for fx-CG10/20 and fx-CG50 models.

Version 3.11
Italian language is added newly as Message language.
New Reset function is added as Reset function. (Reset1)

Reset1 is the function that deletes all data of Main Memory and Storage Memory except several Add-ins as follows.

The following Add-ins are not deleted when Reset1 function is executed.

3D Graph (3DGraph.g3a) v1.02 or later
Geometry (Geometry.g3a) v1.05 or later
Physium (Physium.g3a) v1.05 or later
Picture Plot (PictPlot.g3a) v1.03 or later
Conversion (Conv.g3a) v1.02 or later
Probability Simulation (ProbSim.g3a) v1.02 or later

- All other Add-ins except above are deleted when Reset1 function is executed.
Please install the latest version of Add-in software from our website if you do not want to delete Add-ins with the version older than above.

- “Add-ins deleted by Reset1 are Installed.” is displayed on graphing calculators in case of the following situation.

(a) Including Add-ins deleted by Reset1 when data communication of Storage Memory is finished.
(b) Including Add-ins deleted by Reset1 when data communication between graphing calculators is executed.
(c) Including Add-ins deleted by Reset1 when completing initial setting.

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Re: OS 3.10 announced for fx-CG10/20/50

Postby sentaro21 » Fri Apr 20, 2018 7:35 am

Thanks for new update infomation.:D
I want to expect the Japanese language in the next version. ;)

BTW,
"60 minutes after power off, SDRAM power supply is cut off" on the CG50,
Is there the method to change the length of this time?
Could you please tell me more if you know about it. :)

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Re: OS 3.10 announced for fx-CG10/20/50

Postby TeamFX » Sun Apr 22, 2018 9:14 pm

No, I did not look into it, but as this is unrelated to the Auto Power Off setting it should be hard-coded in the ROM area.

Only the SH-3 ClassPad 300/330 OS has an option named "Power Save Mode" (in addition to "Auto Power Off") which could have the user-defined values "off, 1 hour, 6 hours, 1 day". See: http://support.casio.com/pdf/004/CP330ver306_Hard_E.pdf

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Re: OS 3.10 announced for fx-CG10/20/50

Postby sentaro21 » Mon Apr 23, 2018 1:33 pm

TeamFX wrote:No, I did not look into it, but as this is unrelated to the Auto Power Off setting it should be hard-coded in the ROM area.

Only the SH-3 ClassPad 300/330 OS has an option named "Power Save Mode" (in addition to "Auto Power Off") which could have the user-defined values "off, 1 hour, 6 hours, 1 day". See: http://support.casio.com/pdf/004/CP330ver306_Hard_E.pdf

Thanks very much for reply. :D
I wanted the "Power Save Mode" in CG50...

By the actual survey,
The smallest current consumption level with backlight 0 was 2mA.
When the power off until 60 minutes,it was 0.8~1mA.
When it becomes the power down, it declines in 0.2mA or less.
As a result,
I'm going to take a way to increase the auto power off trigger time. ;)

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