Casio Cassiopeia EG-800 Specifications

(without price)
Pocket PC
EG-800 (JX-590A)
SEP. 2000
EG-800
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CONTENTS
1. MAIN FEATURES ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 1
2. SPECIFICATIONS ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 2
3. UNPACKING
3-1. Optional Parts and Accessories which can be supplied as the spare parts --------- 4
3-2. The other significant Optional Parts and Accessories --------------------------- 4
4. GENERAL GUIDE and INITIAL SETUP
4-1. General Guide ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 7
4-2. Initial Setup ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 26
5. RESET OPERATION and BATTERY REPLACEMENT
5-1. Reset Operation and FULL RESET ---------------------------------------------------- 28
5-2. Battery Replacement ---------------------------------------------------------------------- 30
6. DATA COMMUNICATIONS
6-1. General ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------6-2. Connection to PC --------------------------------------------------------------------------6-3. ActiveSync 3.1 ------------------------------------------------------------------------------6-4. BACKUP/RESTORE using ActiveSync 3.1 ----------------------------------------6-5. Card Backup Tool --------------------------------------------------------------------------6-6. Mobile Communication ------------------------------------------------------------------6-7. Infrared Communication ------------------------------------------------------------------
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7. ADJUSTMENT ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 41
8. OPERATION CHECK
8-1. Preparation -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------8-2. How to install the diagnostic program ----------------------------------------------8-3. How to delete the diagnostic program ----------------------------------------------8-4. Operation check -----------------------------------------------------------------------------
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9. TROUBLE SHOOTING -------------------------------------------------------------------------- 53
10. CIRCUIT BLOCK DIAGRAM ------------------------------------------------------------------- 55
11. WIRING DIAGRAM ------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 56
12. SCHEMATIC DIAGRAMS
12-1. Main block (1/3)~(3/3) ---------------------------------------------------------------------12-2. Key block -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------12-3. Reset Switch block ------------------------------------------------------------------------12-4. Jack block ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------12-5. Flash ROM board---------------------------------------------------------------------------12-6. Sub block --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
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13. PCB VIEW ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 65
14. DISASSEMBLY PROCEDURE ---------------------------------------------------------------- 69
15. PARTS LIST ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 75
16. EXPLODED VIEW
16-1. PC Board Assembly and COMPONENTS ------------------------------------------- 78
16-2. PCB ASSY/MAIN ----------------------------------------------------------------------------- 79
16-3. PCB ASSY/KEY ------------------------------------------------------------------------------ 80
16-4. INNER CASE UNIT (1/2)~(2/2) ----------------------------------------------------------- 81
16-5. PCB ASSY/SWITCH ------------------------------------------------------------------------ 83
16-6. LOWER CASE ASSY ----------------------------------------------------------------------- 84
16-7. OTHERS ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 85
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1. MAIN FEATURES
Visit the following CASIO Tokyo Web site whenever you want to obtain the information (Main Features,
Specifications so on) and the software concerning CASIO overseas products.
Address(URL): http://www.casio.co.jp/English/
Visiting this home page, you will see
the screen display as shown to the
right.
You can select CASIO overseas
products genre using this page.
Select Business Solution
concerning EG-800.
You can obtain the significant and
available information (Main Features,
Specifications, FAQ so on) and the
application software concerning
overseas CASIOPEIA products.
You can visit CASIO INC, UK and
GMBH home page from above
Business Solution also.
Visit the following Web site for detail concerning EG-800.
Address(URL): http://www.casio.co.jp/English/system/pa/products/ht/eg800.html
Main features
1. Robust design is adopted like a CASIO G-Shock watch.
drop test to 0.75 meters and water protection to industry standard IP level 2.
2. Clearer and transparent touch panel is adopted.
However, it is easier to scratch the touch screen compared with the other CASSIOPEIA products
touch screen without the protection sheet.
Therefore, be sure to wear the touch screen sheet (item 72) as shown in EXPLODED VIEW.
Refer to "Using the Touch Screen Sheet" in General Guide in this manual.
3. To realize above the robust design, slim sized Lithium polymer rechargeable battery is adopted for
the first time as CASSIOPEIA products.
4. Lithium battery for memory backup is assembled onto Key PC Board.
This battery can be supplied one of the spare parts. Refer to PARTS LIST in this manual.
Note that user can not replace this battery.
User can replace memory backup battery concerning the other CASSIOPEIA products.
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2. SPECIFICATIONS
Model:
Display:
EG-800
240 × 320 dots
TFT Color LCD (65,536 colors)
CPU:
VR4122
Memory:
32MB
Interfaces:
Serial:
RS-232C, 115.2 kbps max.
Infrared: IrDA Ver. 1.1
Range: 30 cm max.
USB (Client)
Card Slot:
CompactFlash card, 3.3V Type I/ Type II
Headphone jack:
ø 3.5 mm stereo output
Accepts monaural earphone, stereo earphones/headphones
Power Supply:
Main:
Rechargeable battery pack JK-210RB/RBM (Lithium ploymer
battery) JK-210RBL (Lithium-Ion battery)
AC adapter (AD-C59200)
Backup: Built-in lithium button type battery
Power Consumption:
4.0 W
Approximate Battery Life (Normal Temperature)
Main:
(Actual time may be shorter due to conditions when charging.)
M Type Battery Pack (JK-210RBM)
8 hours: Continuous input and data display at a ratio of 1:10,
with screen brightness at lowest possible level.
• Even when the unit is turned off, small amounts of power are
required to retain memory contents, etc. This can cause
batteries to go dead even when you do not use the unit.
• The actual amount of operation time that can be expected
from batteries depends on operating conditions, settings, and
other variables. (Refer to page 4.)
Built-in Backup Battery (VL2320):
24 hours: After display of the low main battery message,
CASSIOPEIA power left off
Approximate Charge Time (Normal Temperature, Battery Pack Attached to CASSIOPEIA)
• Charge time is longer for the first charge after purchasing the
unit or installing a new battery pack.
M Type Battery Pack: 5 hours to full charge
Built-in Backup Battery: 24 hours (90% charge)
Operating Temperature: -5˚C to 50˚C (charging 10˚C to 35˚C)
• Though the CASSIOPEIA is designed for durability, you should always take care to avoid subjecting
it to impact and rough handling.
Drip-Proofing:
IP × 2
Dimensions:
85(W) × 135(D) × 25.5(H) mm (with M Type battery pack)
Weight:
Approximately 295g (with M Type battery pack)
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Current consumption:
Note:
1. When measuring these current, it is recommended to use the analog ammeter to make the
measurement easier due to protecting the ammeter from noises.
2. Make LCD display contrast suitable (default) condition before measurement.
3. Measure under the ambient temperature range 15˚C~35˚C
Operation Mode
Input Voltage
Current Consumption
Main Menu of OPERATION
CHECK in this manual
Rechargeable Battery :
4.0 ± 0.1V
≤180mA
* POWER CONTROL of
OPERATION CHECK
Rechargeable Battery :
4.0 ± 0.1V
≤370mA
* POWER CONTROL of
OPERATION CHECK
AC Adapter : 5.9V ± 0.1V
≤370mA
Power/OFF
Rechargeable Battery :
4.0 ± 0.1V
≤2.5mA
Power/OFF
Lithium battery for back-up
3.0 ± 0.1V
≤1.9mA
*Tapping 5 POWER CONTROL in the OPERATION CHECK Main Menu screen display, the following
display will appear.
Currently CPU clock : 150 MHz
VT Clock :
50 MHz
Push Action key to exit
Voltage detection:
Main (Rechargeable) Battery:
VDET2 : approximately 3.1 V (Forced power OFF)
Back-up Battery:
VDETS : approximately 2.8 V (Low battery message)
Unit Alignment Condition for data transfer using IrDA :
Length (L)
Angle (A)
L ≤ 30 cm
A ≤ 15˚
A
EG-800
EG-800
L
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3. UNPACKING
3-1. Optional Parts and Accessories which can be supplied as the spare parts
Some parts can be supplied as spare parts.
Its PARTS LIST is as follows;
Item
Code No.
Parts Name
Specification
201
1002 5916
CABLE/USB
S1467A
202
203
1001 2204
1001 7213
CASE/SOFT
ADAPTER/AC
JX-561HC
AD-C59200U
204
1001 5583
ADAPTER/AC
AD-C59200G
205
206
1000 6300
1000 6299
CORD/AC
CORD/AC
CBL-K799-AC-EU
CBL-K799-AC-JU
207
1002 9319
CORD/AC
SP23-17688
208
1002 9316 CORD/AC
NQ957
Refer to PARTS LIST in the service Manual for EM-500 also.
The illustrations and information of these spare parts are shown in the next page.
See the next page.
3-2. The other significant Optional Parts and Accessories
1. Rechargeable battery pack (Main battery)
If this battery pack is not set, the unit does not work.
Be sure to set this battery pack before using EG-800 unit.
There are three kinds of battery packs for EG-800 unit.
S Type Battery Pack: Model Name- JK-210RB (875 mAh)
M Type Battery Pack: Model Name- JK-210RBM (1450 mAh)
L Type Battery Pack: Model Name- JK-210RBL (2625 mAh)
2.
3.
4.
5.
Therefore, Battery Life Time Ratio is approximately as follows;
S Type: M Typ: L Type = 875: 1450: 2625
For the other information, refer to the Hardware Manual for EG-800.
Cradle with RS-232C serial cable
This cradle is an essential one to perform data communication between PC and EG-800 unit.
Model Name: JK-550CR
A RS-232C serial cable is enclosed in this JK-550CR.
Using item 201 USB cable in above table, this cradle can be connected to PC also.
Refer to page 38 in the Hardware Manual for EG-800.
AC Adapter/Charger
As its name suggests, the AC Adapter/Charger functions as both a charger for the battery pack and
as an AC adapter.
Model Name: CHC59200U (Output: DC5.9V)
An AC power cord and a secondary DC power cord are enclosed in this CHC59200U.
AC power cord corresponding to shipped area (country) will be supplied.
One of Item 205~208 AC cords in above table will be enclosed in this CHC59200U.
For the other information, refer to page 35~36 in the Hardware Manual for EG-800.
Optionally available CDMA Digital Mobilephone Cable (9-pin) for North America
See page 42 in the Hardware Manual for EG-800.
Mode Name: JK-541CA
Analog Transmission Telephone MODEM for North America
Model Name: JK-720MA
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Refer to the following web site Home page concerning below optional parts and Accessories (6~10).
URL- http://www.casio.co.jp/English/ce
URL- http://www.casio.co.jp/English/system/pa/products/ht/eg800.html
6. CF camera card
This digital Camera Card allows EG-800 unit user to take still or movies and send them to their
home or office instantly.
Model Name: JK-710DC
7. Stereo Earphone with Remote Control
For use with music, reading E-mail and E-book with the remote control.
Model Name: JK-840HE
8. RS-232C Cable
Using this cable, EG-800 unit can be connected to PC’s RS232C serial terminal directly.
Model Name: JK-580CA
9. USB Cable
Using this cable, EG-800 unit can be connected to PC’s USB terminal directly.
Model Name: JK-582CA
10. Car Adapter
Attach it directly to the EG-800 or to the EG-800 cradle to provide power and recharge the
batteries.
Model Name: JK-210CA ( Input: DC 12~24V/ Output: DC 5.9V)
11. CompactFlash card
16MB: CF-16SC-S
64MB: CF-64SC-S
256MB: CF-256SC-S
Refer to General Guide in this manual concerning CompactFlash card.
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4. GENERAL GUIDE and INITIAL SET UP
4.1. General Guide
Charge indicator (Amber/Green)
Lights amber when the battery pack is
charging and turns green when full
charge is achieved.
Power button
Turns power on
and off.
Indicator lamp (Red)
Alerts you to alarms and
warning.
Microphone
Card slot cover
Start button
(Program button)
Press to display
the Start menu.
Stylus
Action control
See “About the
[Action] Control”
on the next page.
Touch screen
Perform operations and input
data by tapping and writing
directly on the screen.
Record button
(Program button)
Voice memo recording is
activated as long as you
hold down this button.
• Menu
(Launcher)
• Contacts
• Calendar
Jacl cover
Stereo headphone jack
For connection of a
commercially available
earphone/headphones
(ø3.5mm)
Speaker
Program buttons
Press to launch the
assigned program.
The programs
shown here are the
initial default
settings.
Serial connector
For connection of the cradle,
the CASSIOPEIA USB cable,
or the RS-232C serial cable.
AC adapter terminal
Cursor button
Moves the cursor around
the screen.
Infrared port
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Serial connector cover
Battery lock
RESET button
Card lock switch
If the inserted card has
a lock, this switch locks
the card in place so it
does not come out
accidentally.
Main battery
(rechargeable battery pack)
About the [Action] Control
Operations can be performed by pressing and rotating the [Action] control.
Rotating the [Action] control
performs operations similar to
the up and down arrow keys
of a computer keyboard.
Pressing the [Action] control
performs an operation
similar to the Enter key of a
computer keyboard.
See Pocket PC online help for information about using the [Action] control with each
application. The text in the online help indicates an [Action] control press operation
as “Action,” and an [Action] control rotate operation as “Up/Down control.”
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Attaching the Strap
Attach the strap to the CASSIOPEIA a shown in the illustration below.
1. Attach the card slot cover to the CASSIOPEIA.
2. Pass the strap loop through the strap hole and then pass the other end of the strap through the
loop as shown below.
Important
• Use only the strap that comes with your CASSIOPEIA.
• Never swing the CASSIOPEIA around by its strap.
Using the Touch Screen Sheet
The touch screen sheet that comes with the unit protects the touch screen against scratching and other
damage. Use the following procedure to affix the sheet to the touch screen.
Important
• When setting the touch screen sheet in place, take care not to press down on the touch screen too
hard. Doing so can damage the touch screen.
1. Make sure the touch screen is free of dust and dirt.
2. Peel the green film from the touch screen sheet.
Front side
• If you have a problem peeling off the green film, try using cellophane tape. Hold the end of a piece
of tape about 5 cm long between your thumb and forefinger, adhesive side facing down. Affix the
other end of the tape to one of the corner areas the green film and then pull up The tape should pull
up the green film.
• The front of the sheet that was protected by the green film should be facing away from the touch
screen when you install the sheet.
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3. Insert the left and right edges of the touch screen sheet into the slits between the touch screen and
the unit's case.
• Dust or dirt between the sheet and the touch screen can scratch the touch screen. Take care to
make sure that no foreign matter gets between the sheet and touch screen when affixing the sheet.
Using the Stylus
Data input and virtually all other operations are performed using a stylus, which is housed inside the
stylus holder in the higher right corner of the CASSIOPEIA.
The following defines the various operations that you can perform with the stylus.
Tap ......................Touch the screen once with the stylus to open items and select options.
Drag .................... Hold the stylus on the screen and drag across the screen to select text and images.
Drag in a list to select multiple items.
Tap-and-hold .......Tap and hold the stylus on an item to see a list of actions available for that item.
On the pop-up menu that appears, tap the action you want to perform.
Important
• Take care that you do not misplace or otherwise lose the stylus by always storing it in the stylus
holder when you are not using it.
• Take care to avoid breaking the tip of the stylus.
• Use only the stylus that comes with the CASSIOPEIA, or some other stylus type instrument* to
perform touch screen operations. Never use a pen, pencil, or other sharp writing implement.
*(with a soft, blunt point)
Recalibrating the Touch Screen
You should recalibrate the touch screen whenever touch screen response is bad, or when the operation
performed is different from the operation you expected when tapping on the touch screen.
To recalibrate the touch screen, press the [Action] control while holding down the [Power] button (or tap
, Settings, the System tab, and then the Align Screen). Next, follow the instructions that appear on
the screen.
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Adjusting Display Contrast
Perform the following operations to adjust display contrast and make figures on the display darker or
lighter.
• Tap
and then Settings. On the System tab, tap Brightness. Follow the instructions on your
screen for adjusting the contrast.
• You can also adjust contrast by holding down [Action] and pressing the top of the cursor button to
make contrast darker, and the bottom of the cursor button to make it lighter.
Adjusting Display Brightness
Use the following operations to adjust display brightness to make it easier to read.
• Tap
and then Settings. On the System tab, tap Brightness. On the dialog box that appears,
tap the Brightness tab.
• While holding down the [Action] button, press the right side of the cursor button to make the screen
brighter, or the left side of the cursor button to make it dimmer.
Adjusting Auto Dimming Settings
1. Tap
and then Settings. On the System tab, tap Brightness.
2. On the dialog box that appears, tap the Auto Dim tab.
3. Follow the instructions that appear on the screen to make auto dimming settings.
• You can make separate auto dimming settings for battery power and AC adapter power by
checking the appropriate check box.
Changing Applications Assigned to the Program Button
• Tap
and then Settings. On the Personal tab, tap Button, and then follow the instructions that
appear on the display.
Power Requirements
Your CASSIOPEIA can be powered using either a battery or external AC power.
Battery Power
Two types of batteries are used for power: a main battery and a memory backup battery.
The main battery is a rechargeable user-replaceable battery pack. The memory backup battery is a
button type lithium battery that provides the power required to retain memory contents. Note that the
memory backup battery is not user-replaceable.
• See "Main Battery and Backup Battery"on the next page for more information about the main
battery and memory backup battery.
External AC Power
Connecting the AC adapter or AC adapter/charger to the AC adapter jack on the left side of the
CASSIOPEIA unit provides power in place of the main battery. AC power is also supplied through the
power terminals on the bottom of the CASSIOPEIA whenever it is placed on the cradle.
• The CASSIOPEIA can operate under AC power only if its rechargeable battery pack is attached.
This is true regardless of whether the AC power is being supplied through the AC power jack or the
power terminals.
• External AC power also charges the battery pack attached to the CASSIOPEIA. See"Charging a
Battery Pack on the CASSIOPEIA" on the later page for more information.
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Main Battery and Backup Battery
Your CASSIOPEIA uses two types of batteries for power: a rechargeable user-replaceable rechargeable
battery pack for the main battery, and a button type lithium battery for memory backup.
• We recommend that you use the Power Properties to keep informed about the current levels of
your main and backup batteries. See the separate Pocket PC User’s Guide and Pocket PC online
help for more information about this properties.
Important
The following messages appear whenever battery power drops below a certain level.
Main Battery
Recharge the battery pack as soon as possible after the following message appears.
“Main Batteries Very Low
To prevent possible data loss, replace or recharge your main batteries according to the owner’s
manual.”
Backup Battery
Charge the battery pack as soon as possible after the message shown below appears on the display of
the CASSIOPEIA. Charging the battery pack also charges the memory backup battery.
“Backup Battery Very Low
To prevent possible data loss, replace or recharge your backup battery according to the owner’s
manual.”
• You can monitor the current battery power level accessing Power Properties or by checking the
battery icon in the command bar of the Today screen.
• Whenever the low battery warning message appears, especially if it appears right after you turn on
power, follow the instructions that appear on the screen and replace batteries as soon as possible.
Continued use under low battery power can cause unstable performance of your Pocket PC.
• Data stored in memory can be lost if you continue operation after the low battery message appears
or if you incorrectly load batteries. Be sure to always back up important data on your desktop
computer hard disk or on a CompactFlash Card. See ActiveSync Help for information about
backing up files to a desktop computer.
• See the Card Backup Tool manual (PDF file) on the CASSIOPEIA CD-ROM for information about
backing up data to a CompactFlash Card for information about using the Card Backup Tool
program to back up data to a CompactFlash Card.
• Never remove the battery pack from the CASSIOPEIA while memory backup battery power is low.
Doing so can cause a loss of data in memory.
• Use only the specified rechargeable battery pack type as the main battery. Never use another type
of battery
If unit power turns off due to insufficient power, the following warning message appears on the display
the next time you turn on unit power.
“Warning
Due to high current demand by the hardware, the system powered down in order to protect
memory contents...”
If unit power turns off due to sudden power drain by a CompactFlash Card, the following warning message
appears on the display the next time you turn on unit power.
“Warning
Due to high current demand by the card, the system powered down in order to protect memory
contents...”
Important
Be sure to observe the following important battery handling precautions. Failure to do so can cause
batteries to leak, resulting in damage to surrounding items and create the danger of fire and electrical
shock.
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• Use only the types of batteries specified for use with this unit.
• Charge the battery pack in an area where the temperature is between 10˚C (50˚F) and 35˚C (95˚F).
Charging in areas that are very cold or exposed to direct sunlight can cause deterioration and
leaking of the battery pack.
• To avoid deterioration and leaking, the battery pack is designed to discharge even when you do not
use the CASSIOPEIA. Be sure to recharge the battery pack at least once every three months,
regardless of how much you use the CASSIOPEIA during that time.
• A battery pack that loses power too quickly after it is charged is probably near the end of its service
life. In such a case, you have to purchase a new battery pack.
Charging the Battery Pack on the CASSIOPEIA
1. Attach the rechargeable battery pack to your CASSIOPEIA.
2. Use one of the three following procedures to charge the battery pack.
Charge using the AC adapter
Charge using the AC adapter/charger
Charge using the cradle
• Charging starts automatically.
• The charge indicator on the CASSIOPEIA lights amber while charging is in progress, and changes
to green when charging is complete.
• An M Type battery pack takes about five hours to reach a full charge when the CASSIOPEIA is
turned off while charging.
• The time required to attain a full charge is greatly affected by ambient temperature and the type of
operations you perform on the CASSIOPEIA while charging is taking place.
• You can normally operate the CASSIOPEIA while charging is taking place.
However, you will not be able to perform any operation when setting up the CASSIOPEIA the first
time after you purchased it, or while charging a new battery pack for the first time.
Using a CompactFlash Card
Your CASSIOPEIA supports Type I and Type II CompactFlash cards (3.3V).
Important
• The card slot cover will not close when certain types of cards are in the slot. When using such a
card, detach the strap from the card slot cover, remove the card slot cover from the CASSIOPEIA,
and keep the cover in a safe place so you can replace it when you remove the card.
• Gently but firmly slide the card into place as far as it will go, but do not force it. Forcing a card can
damage connectors. If you have problems inserting a card, pull it out and check to make sure it is
oriented correctly.
• We strongly recommend that you store all unsaved data you are inputting or editing before
performing this procedure.
• Sometimes, your CASSIOPEIA may not be able to detect a CompactFlash card. This is indicated
when a program on the card does not start up normally. When this happens, remove the card,
reinsert it, and then press the CASSIOPEIA RESET button.
• Your CASSIOPEIA supports 3.3V CompactFlash cards only. Cards that can operate on 5.0V only
are not supported.
Refer to the next page concerning Type I and Type II CF card.
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NOTE
Type I CF Card is different from Type II CF Card with thickness and configuration as shown below.
<Type I Compact Flash Storage Card Dimensions>
<Type II Compact Flash Storage Card Dimensions>
* Length and Width of Type I are the same as ones of Type II.
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1. Make sure your CASSIOPEIA is turned off.
• Press the [Power] button to turn off power.
2. Remove the card slot cover from the CASSIOPEIA.
• Slide the card release to the Free position.
3. If there is already a card in the slot, use the stylus to pres the EJECT button straight down, and
remove the card.
EJECT button
4. Slide the card you want to use into the card slot.
• Make sure the top of the card is facing towards the top of the CASSIOPEIA unit. A card that is not
oriented correctly will not slide all the way into the slot.
Top
Bottom
Carefully slide the card into the slot as far as it will go.
5. Re-attach the card slot cover to the CASSIOPEIA.
• If you are using a digital camera card or another type of card equipped with a lock, slide the card
lock to the LOCK setting to secure the card in place.
Infrared Communications
The infrared port of this unit can be used to exchange data with another CASSIOPEIA, or with another
device equipped with infrared communication capabilities. Remember that the two infrared ports must
be pointed directly at each other when performing communications. The distance between the two infrared
ports must be less than 30 cm.
See the Pocket PC User's Guide for full details on performing infrared communications.
For infrared data communications with another device, the other device must conform with IrDA 1.1
standards, and it must specifically support infrared data communication with a CASSIOPEIA.
Important
• Take care so either of the units does not move while infrared data communications are in progress.
• Infrared data communications may be impossible under strong sunlight or inverter type fluorescent
lighting.
• Infrared data communication problems can be caused by the distance between the two ports, the
angle between the two ports, outdoor sunlight, and low batteries.
• Dirt and dust on the infrared port surface can cause communications errors and other problems.
Use a soft, dry cloth to wipe the port clean of dirt and dust.
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Using Peripherals
This section explains use of the various peripherals that are available for use with the CASSIOPEIA.
Using the AC Adapter (AC adapter + AC power cord)
You can use the AC adapter to directly power the CASSIOPEIA or to supply power through the cradle.
The battery pack charges while the CASSIOPEIA is directly connected to a power source by the AC
adapter or while it is on the cradle.
See “Charging the Battery Pack on the CASSIOPEIA” on the later page for more information about
battery pack charging.
Direct Connection
Cradle Connection
Warning
• Use only the AC adapter that is specified for this unit. Use of another type of AC adapter creates
the risk of malfunction and bursting of the battery pack.
Important
• The CASSIOPEIA will not operate under AC power while the battery pack attached to it is dead.
Wait for a while to allow the battery pack to charge before using the CASSIOPEIA.
• Long-term use of the AC adapter can cause it to become warm to the touch. This is normal and
does not indicate malfunction.
• Be sure to unplug the AC adapter from the power outlet whenever you are not using it.
• The AC adapter is designed for indoor use only. Never use it outdoors.
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Using the AC Adapter/Charger (CH-C59200U)
As its name suggests, the AC Adapter/Charger functions as both a charger for the battery pack and as
an AC adapter.
■ To charge a battery pack mounted on the AC adapter/charger
1. Plug the AC adapter/charger into a wall outlet as shown in the illustration.
AC power cord
2. Mount the battery pack onto the AC adapter/charger.
EJECT switch
Chargeable battery pack
RAPID CHARGE indicator
Lights red while rapid
charging is in progress.
CHARGE indicator
Lights red while charging is in
progress, and turns green when
charging is complete.
• Charging starts automatically when you mount the battery pack onto the AC adapter/charger.
• The amount of time it takes to achieve a full charge depends on whether the AC adapter/charger
also being used to power the CASSIOPEIA by attachment with the DC power cord. An M Type
battery pack (JK-210RBM) takes about five hours to reach a full charge with normal (non-rapid)
charging when the CASSIOPEIA is being used to perform an operation that consumes a large
amount of power.
• Avoid using the AC adapter/charger to power the CASSIOPEIA while rapid charge is in progress.
Connecting the AC adapter/charger to the CASSIOPEIA can cause rapid charging to switch
automatically to normal charging.
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3. After charging is complete, slide the EJECT switch in the direction indicated by the arrow and
remove the battery pack from the AC adapter/charger.
EJECT switch
Important
• Unplug the AC cord from the wall outlet when you are not using the AC adapter/charger.
• If the indicator goes out during charging (indicating a charge error) or if a full charge is not achieved
within a preset amount of time, unplug the adapter/charger from the wall outlet and stop charging.
■ To use the AC Adaptor/Charger to power the CASSIOPEIA
Direct Connection to CASSIOPEIA
AC power cord
DC power cord
AC power cord
Cradle Connection
DC power cord
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Using the Cradle
The cradle provides quick and easy connection between your CASSIOPEIA and a personal computer.
Data passes between the CASSIOPEIA and cradle over a non-contact infrared link. CASSiOPEIA can
also be powered from an AC power source when it is placed on the cradle.
Connecting the Cradle to a Computer
You can connect the cradle to a computer using either a serial cable or the USB cable.
Important
• Do not have the serial cable and USB cable connected to the cradle at the same time.
When using one, be sure to unplug the other.
• Note that after connecting on your computer, you also need to make certain ActiveSync settings on
your computer to enable data transfers. See the ActiveSync
Help for details about setting up and using ActiveSync.
• The illustrations below are just two examples of possible connection configurations.
■ To connect using a USB cable
1. Slide the cradle's serial/USB port cover so the USB port is open.
2. Connect as illustrated below.
AC adapter
Cradle
USB port
USB cable
Note
• Use of a USB connection requires installation of the USB driver on your computer.
• You can also use the AC adapter/charger in place of the AC adapter in the above configuration.
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■ To connect using a 16-pin serial cable
Important
Bc sure to turn off the CASSIOPEIA and your computer before connecting the cradle.
1. Slide the cradle's serial/USB port cover so the serial port is open.
2. Connect as illustrated below.
AC adapter
Cradle
Serial port
Serial cable
Note
• You can use the above configuration to connect directly to a computer's 9-pin serial port. If your
computer has a 25-pin serial port, you will need to purchase a commercially available connector (9pin to 25-in).
• You can also use the AC adapter/charger in place of the AC adapter it the above configuration.
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■ Mounting the CASSIOPEIA Onto the Cradle
Important
Make sure that CASSIOPEIA power is turned off before you place it onto or remove it from the cradle.
Use the following procedure to place the unit onto the cradle.
1. Place the cradle on a desk or other flat, level surface.
2. Turn off the CASSIOPEIA.
3. Place the CASSIOPEIA onto the cradle as shown in the illustration.
4. Orient the CASSIOPEIA in relation to the cradle as shown in the illustration below.
Important
• Align the CASSIOPEIA properly with the grooves and slide it into the cradle as far as it will go.
To remove the CASSIOPEIA from the cradle
Slide the CASSIOPEIA straight up from the cradle.
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Using the Serial Cable (20-pin)
You can use the serial cable to connect the CASSIOPEIA directly to your computer.
Important
• See "Required System Configuration" on the later page for the computer system that is required
for direct serial connection.
• Be sure to turn off the CASSIOPEIA and your computer before connecting the CASSIOPEIA.
• The illustration below is just one possible connection configuration. The location and layout of
serial ports vary from computer to computer. See the documentation that comes with your
computer for full details on connecting cables to it.
• You must have ActiveSync installed on your computer in order to exchange data with the
CASSIOPEIA over a serial connection. See the Pocket PC User's Guide for information on
installing and using ActiveSync.
• Connect the CASSIOPEIA to your computer as shown in the illustration below.
Serial cable (20-pin)
Using the CASSIOPEIA USB Cable
You can use the CASSIOPEIA USB cable to connect the CASSIOPEIA directly to a computer.
Important
• See "Required System Configuration" on the later page for the computer system that is required
for direct USB connection.
• The illustration below is just one possible connection configuration. The location and layout of USB
ports vary from computer to computer. See the documentation that comes with your computer for
full details on connecting cables to it.
• You must have ActiveSync installed on your computer in order to exchange data with the
CASSIOPEIA over a USB connection. See the ActiveSync Help for details about setting up and
using ActiveSync.
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To connect to a computer using the CASSIOPEIA USB cable
1. Plug the USB cable into the USB port of your computer.
2. Turn off your CASSIOPEIA.
3. Connect the other end of the USB cable to your CASSIOPEIA.
USB port
CASSIOPEIA USB cable
Digital Phone Connection Cable
• U.S. and Canada: Use a cdma digital phone connection cable (JK-541CA).
• For a GSM type digital phone, use a commercially available cable that is compatible with the
CASSIOPEIA connector.
• After you connect the CASSIOPEIA to your digital telephone, you can dial up our Internet service
provider or company server.
The following shows how to connect the CASSIOPEIA to a digital telephone.
• Separately available cable (Dsub 9-pin) for your particular
telephone model, available from
your phone manufacturer
• Optionally available digital
telephone cable (9-pin),
available from your CASiO
dealer
• Commercially available
GSM connecting cable
To disconnect the digital telephone cable from the CASSIOPEIA, squeeze the release buttons on the
sides of the connector and unplug it.
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Important
• Make sure your CASSIOPEIA is turned off before connecting the digital telephone cable.
• See the Pocket PC User's Guide for information about settings, operations, and precautions when
connecting to a company network or the Internet.
• Make sure you are in an area where your telephone signal is strong before trying to dial in to a
computer.
Data communication may not be possible if you are within an area with poor signal reception, even
though it is within the service area of your telephone service provider.
Also note that noise can cause errors and make communication impossible, even though the signal is
strong. If this happens, try again.
• Never unplug the cables or turn off power while data communication is in progress.
• You may not be able to establish a connection with another computer that is also using a portable
telephone for communication.
• Whenever you disconnect the digital telephone cable from the CASSIOPEIA, wait at least three
seconds before you connect it again. Disconnecting the cable and immediately reconnecting it
again can make subsequent data communications impossible.
• Disconnect the digital telephone cable from the CASSIOPEIA when you are finished with data
communication.
• See the documentation that comes with your digital telephone for information about its operations.
About Modem Cards (U.S. and Canada Only)
Use of a CompactFlash type modem card (JK-711MC56) lets you use your CASSIOPEIA to access the
Internet over an analog dial-up connection. See the documentation that comes with the modem card for
information about how to use it.
Important
Check to make sure that the battery pack is charged before using the modem card. Low battery power
can cause sudden interruption of communications, unstable communications, and loss of data.
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Windows Media Player for Pocket PC
Use Windows Media Player for Pocket PC to listen to digital audio files.
To switch to Windows Media Player, tap
and then Windows Media Player.
Using Windows Media Manager for Pocket PC
Use Windows Media Manager for Pocket PC on the desktop computer to create digital audio files
in Windows Media format and to transfer audio content to your Pocket PC or storage card. With
Windows Media format, you can create high-quality audio for your Pocket PC without using large
amounts of Pocket PC memory.
You can transfer the following media formats to your Pocket PC for use with the Windows Media
Player: ASF (Advanced Streaming Format), WMA (Windows Media Audio), MP3 (MPEG Audio
Layer 3), and WAV (waveform).
Windows Media Manager is included in the Extras folder on the ActiveSync CD. You must install
Windows Media Manager on your desktop computer to copy and convert digital audio files.
To Install Windows Media Manager to your PC, click wmmsetup.exe file Icon in the Media holder in the
Extras holder, and then operate your PC according to messages on the screen. It is recommended to
read readme.txt file in this Media holder. Completing above installation, Windows Media Manager for
Pocket PC will be added to the start program menu of your PC.
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What is Packaged Content?
Packaged content is digital music that has been encrypted for distribution to prevent unauthorized
access to copyrighted content. Windows Media Player for Pocket PC cannot play packaged
content without a valid license. First use Windows Media Player on the desktop computer to
obtain packaged content that has a license that allows transferring the content to your Pocket PC.
Then use Windows Media Manager for Pocket PC to transfer the packaged content and its license
to your Pocket PC or storage card. To successfully transfer packaged content, your Pocket PC or
storage card may require a hardware serial number.
You can play packaged content until the license expires. During license download, you will be
informed of the terms of the license. License terms can be for an unlimited time, a set amount of
time, or a set number of playbacks. A license can support content being copied to a Pocket PC or
storage card an unlimited number of times or one time only. Terms are entirely dependent on the
content provider.
Using the Playlist Manager
Use the playlist manager to set the track playback order. All My Music is the default playlist. It
contains all digital audio files available for playback on your Pocket PC and storage card. To see a
list of recently selected playlists, tap Select Playlist. To create or edit playlists, tap All Playlists.
Tap and hold a track or playlist to perform actions such as copying, moving, and deleting.
For more information on using Windows Media Player, tap
and then Help.
For the other information on the software, refer to the Use’s Guide for detail!
4-2. Initial Setup
After you first unpack your CASSIOPEIA, perform the following initial setup
procedure before using it for the first time.
1. Load the main battery (rechargeable battery pack).
Important
Be sure to use the AC Adapter to charge the battery pack before doing anything else.
Your CASSIOPEIA will not operate correctly if you load the backup battery before
charging the battery pack.
2. Use the AC Adapter to charge the battery pack.
3. Load the backup battery.
4. Press the [Power] button.
• After a few moments the welcome screen appears.
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5. Follow the steps in the Welcome Wizard.
6. When finished, you’ll see the Today screen.
• See “Pocket PC Basics” at the back of Quick Start Guide for information about the Today screen
and other Pocket PC Basics.
• You also need to install ActiveSync before you can communicate with a desktop computer.
Important
• If the touch panel does not respond when you tap it or if nothing appears on the display, try
performing a full reset. If this does not restore proper operation, remove the main battery and the
backup battery and wait for about five minutes. Reload the main battery first and then the backup
battery, and perform the above procedure again from step 4.
• If the message “A problem with memory contents has been found...” appears on the display,
perform a full reset.
Important
While prrforming above Initial Setup or FULL RESET operations, be sure to perform the following “Cut ”
and “Paste” operation. Otherwise, you can not continue to perform these operation, and the unit can not
be completed Initial Setup or FULL RESET.
Tapping “Nest” in Stylus Wizard screen, pop-up menus Wizard display will appear.
Holding down “Dr. Johnson’s office” or “Dental appointment” using the stylus, “Cut” display will appear.
Then, after holding down its “Cut” character, hold down item 11. After that, “Paste” display will appear.
Then, hold down “Paste” character using the stylus. Then, tap “Next”.
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5. RESET OPERATION and BATTERY REPLACEMENT
5-1. Reset Operation and FULL RESET
Resetting the Unit
“Reset” is similar to a computer reboot. Performing a reset deletes any data that is in the process of
being input or edited, without yet being saved. Data stored in memory and all settings, however, are
retained.
Perform the reset operation whenever the unit fails to operate correctly due to operational error or some
other abnormality. Either of the following symptoms indicates that reset is required.
• If the unit dose not respond when you tap the screen or press a button.
• If the icon that indicates a procedure is in progress remains on the display for a long time.
Important
We strongly recommend that you back up the data in CASSIOPEIA memory, if possible, before performing
a reset. Normally the reboot-type reset does not delete data in CASSIOPEIA memory. If corrupted data
is discoverd, however, all data stored in memory will be deleted. Not matter what type of computing
device you are using, it is always a good idea to back up memory contents periodically to protect against
unexpected loss of data.
Performing a Reset
1. Use the stylus to press the RESET button.
• The unit performs a reset followed by a memory check operation.
If no data error is found, the following two screens appear on the display in succession.
• Startup screen
• Desktop
2. Normal unit operation is possible after the desktop appears.
• Memory data and settings are retained when you reset the Pocket PC.
Important
If the above operation does not solve the problem, perform a full reset.
Refer to the next page concerning FULL RESET.
Memory Error Message
If the memory check operation that the unit performs when the RESET button is pressed detects a data
error, the following message appears on the screen instead of the startup screen.
“A problem with memory contents has been found. Press [Action] to continue with the reset
procedure, which restores normal system operation.
Note that if the system determines that user memory cannot be repaired, it will delete all user
data currently in memory.
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See the User’s Guide for details about initializing memory.”
This message indicates that the memory error is fatal and so recovery is impossible.
Press the [Action] control to execute a full reset (memory initialize), which deletes all data stored in
memory.
• Pressing the [Action] control should display the Startup screen followed by the touch screen
calibration screen. The remainder of this procedure indentical to the Initial Setup described in the
Quick Start Guide. Perform the steps of the Initial Setup procedure.
• If pressing the [Action] control returns to the desktop without displaying the startup screen first, see
the following explanation for the procedure you need to follow.
What to do if the startup screen does not appear when you press the [Action] control
Even though the desktop appears when you press the [Action] control, there is still a data error in
memory and you have to perform a full reset (memory initialize). Before you do, however, there is the
chance that some of the data in memory can be recalled and even transferred to a computer. Try recalling
the data you need before performing the procedure described below to perform a full reset.
Important
Do not use the ActiveSync backup function to back up data to a computer when you suspect a data error.
Doing so may also include the corrupted data that is causing your problem, which means the problem
will reappear when you restore the data.
Full Reset (Memory Initialize)
Full reset (memory initialize) deletes all data, and resets all unit parameters to their initial defaults.
The following are conditions when you should perform a full reset.
• When you want to delete all memory data and return unit settings to their factory defaults
• When you forget your password and need to clear it
• When a data error causes operational problems
• Appearance of the message: “A problem with memory contents has been found...”
Performing a Full Reset
Important
• The following procedure deletes all data in memory. Be sure that data is backed up or that you no
longer need it before performing the following procedure.
• If there is a CompactFlash Card in the CASSIOPEIA’s slot, remove the card before performing the
full reset.
1. Make sure that unit power is turned on.
2. While holding down the [Power] button, use the stylus to hold down the RESET button for about
two seconds.
• This causes the following message to appear on the display screen.
“Proceeding with this operation initializes memory. Press [Action] to proceed or [Record] to
cancel.”
3. Press the [Action] control.
• This causes the following message to appear on the display screen.
“Proceeding with this operation deletes all data stored in memory. Press [Action] to proceed or
[Record] to cancel.”
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4. Press the [Action] control again.
• This starts the full reset operation, which deletes all data in memory.
• Pressing the [Action] control displays the Startup screen. The remainder of this procedure identical to
the Initial Setup described in the Quick Start Guide. Perform the steps of the Initial Setup procedure.
You can abort the full reset operation while the messages in steps 2 and 3 are on the display by pressing
the [Record] button.
Errors Following a Full Reset
If errors continue to persist even after you perform a full reset, it can mean that your CASSIOPEIA is
defective. Contact your original dealer or an authorized CASIO service provider to request servicing.
5-2. Battery Replacement
Replacing the Battery Pack (Main Battery)
1. Make sure the CASSIOPEIA is turned off.
• If power is on, press the [Power] button to turn it off.
2. Turn the CASSIOPEIA over.
3. Use a coin or screwdriver to rotate the battery lock counterclockwise. Next, remove the battery
pack.
4. Insert the bottom edge of the new battery pack into the groove at the bottom of the battery
compartment, and then swing the top of the battery pack into place.
• Double-check to make sure that the battery pack is oriented correctly.
5. Rotate the battery lock clockwise to secure the battery pack in place.
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Memory Backup Lithium Battery Replacement
User can not replace the memory backup battery as described in MAIN FEATURES.
This Lithium battery is assembled onto Key PC Board Assembly by soldering as shown below.
Therefore, to remove or assemble this battery, use a soldering iron.
Replace this battery referring to DISASSEMBLY PROCEDURE, PARTS LIST and EXPLODED VIEW in
this manual.When replacing, slide SW10 to OFF position.
Refer to page 80 and PCB VIEW in this manual.
After connecting item 33 joint cable to CN4 after replacing this battery, side SW10 to ON position.
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6. DATA COMMUNICATIONS
6-1. General
Performing Initial Setup and FULL RESET, data saved in the unit will be deleted.
Performing MEMORY BACKUP/RESTORE and CARD BACKUP TOOL Operations descibed in this
Chapter, save these data to PC and CF card before performing iInitial Setup and FULL RESET.
The following data communications are mainly applicable to E-125.
1. Between PC and EG-800 using Activesync 3.1 software
2. Between CF card and EG-800
3. Between Mobile phone and EG-800
4. Between two units using IrDA
5. Between notebook-sized PC and EG-800 using IrDA ports
6. Between EG-800 (lower 20 pin connector) and Modem JK-720MA (U.S. and Canada only)
Refer to UNPACKING and GENERAL GUIDE in this manual concerning these communications.
6-2. Connection to PC
Required System Configuration
The minimum system configuration required for running ActiveSync ® 3.1 is described below.
ActiveSync ® 3.1 System Requirements
• Microsoft ® Windows ® 2000, Windows NT ® Workstation 4.0 with Service Pack 3 or greater, or
Windows 95/98. (U.S. version)
• Desktop computer with a Pentium processor for Windows NT (166MHz required for Windows 2000)
• Desktop computer with a 486/66 DX or higher processor (Pentium P90 recommended) for Windows
95/98
• 16MB of memory for Windows 95/98 (more memory will give improved performance) or Windows
NT Workstation 4.0 (32MB recommended for Windows NT, 64MB recommended for Windows
2000)
• Hard disk drive with 10 to 50MB of available hard disk space (actual requirements will vary based
on selection of features and user’s current system configuration)
• Available 9 or 25-pin communications port (adapter required for 25-pin communication port),
Infrared port, or USB port (available for Windows 95/98 or Windows 2000 only).
• One CD-ROM drive
• VGA graphics card or compatible video graphics adapter at 256 color or higher
• Keyboard
• Microsoft Mouse or compatible pointing device
PC Companion Device Requirements
• Handheld PC: Windows CE Handheld PC versions 2 and 3 with Windows CE Core System version
2.0 or greater
• Palm-size PC: All models and versions
• Pocket PC: All models and versions
Options for Windows 2000, Windows NT Workstation 4.0 or Windows 95/98
• Audio card/speakers for sound
• Microsoft Office 95 or Microsoft Office 97 or Microsoft Office 2000
• Modem for remote synchronization
• Ethernet LAN connection for remote synchronization
Requirements for Mobile Channels or Mobile Favorites Support
Microsoft Internet Explorer 4.0 or higher. Internet Explorer 5.0 is included on the CD, which requires 5698MB of hard disk space.
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Requirements for Microsoft Outlook ® 2000
Microsoft Outlook 2000 requires 153 MB of disk space for a full installation. 24 MB system RAM
recommended.
Important
• When installing ActiveSync on a computer, check to make sure that the specified COM port number
correctly indicates the serial port to which the cradle is connected.
• Some laptop and sub-compact computers with built-in infrared ports and modems are initially
configured so the COM port is not always used as a serial port. In such a case, you must change
the setting so the COM port is always used as a serial port.
See the documentation that comes with your computer for full details on COM port numbers and
settings.
6-3. Avtivesync 3.1
Refer to 5. DATA TRANSFER in the Service Manual for E-115 concerning the installation etc. USB
(Universal Serial Bus) port on PC is applicable to ActiveSync 3.1 as described in 1.MAIN FEATURES in
this manual.
6-4. BACKUP/RESTORE using ActiveSync 3.1
Refer to 5. DATA TRANSFER in the Service Manual for E-115 also.
You can perform this operation according to this chapter as well as BACKUP/RESTORE between PC
and E-115.
Be sure to protect the important data from data disappearance and collapse using this function.
6-5. Card Backup Tool
Card Backup Tool for EG-800 is slightly modified compared with ones for the former CASSIOPEIA
Pocket PC units. Basic operations are not changed.
However, PIM (Personal Information Manager) data backup/restore function is added concerning
EG-800 Card Backup Tool as shown in the later page.
PIM data indicate Contnacts, Calender and Tasks data as well as the other CASSIOPEIA unuts.
Trademarks
Microsoft, Windows, and Windows NT are either registered trademarks or trademarks of Microsoft
Corporation in the United States and/or other countries.
All other product and company names mentioned herein may be the trademarks or their respective
owners.
• The contents of document are subject to change without notice.
• In no event shall CASIO COMPUTER CO., LTD. be liable to anyone for special, collateral,
incidental, or consequential damages in connection with or arising out of the purchase or use of
these materials. Moreover, CASIO COMPUTER CO., LTD. shall not be liable for any claim of any
kind whatsoever against the use of these materials by any other party.
• This manual and the software it describes are owned by CASIO COMPUTER CO., LTD. The
structure, organization, and code of the software are the valuable trade secrets of CASIO.
• The operations described in this manual assume that you are already familiar with the basic
operation of Windows CE. See the documentation that comes with Windows CE for full details on
its operation.
• Sample displays shown in this manual may differ somewhat from the displays actually produced by
the product.
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Copyright Notice
No part of this publication may be reproduce, transmitted, transcribed, stored in a retrieval system, or
translated into any human or computer language, in any form or by any means, without the express
written permission of CASIO COMPUTER CO., LTD.
Copyright 2000 CASIO COMPUTER CO., LTD. All rights reserved.
■ Introduction
Card Backup Tool lets you quickly and easily back up your CASSIOPEIA memory data to a memory
card. Backed up data can be used to restore your system should it start to malfunction due to some data
error.
Backed Up Data
Card Backup Tool backs up the following three types of data in CASSIOPEIA memory.
• Files
Files are created using Notes, Pocket Excel, Pocket Word, and other applications and add-on
programs. Files transferred from your desktop computer to the CASSIOPEIA are also backed up.
• The Registry
The registry contains setup data for Windows CE and built-in applications.
• Database Data
Database data is Calendar, Contacts, Tasks, and Inbox data.
Password
Backed up data can be protected by a password. By assigning a password to backed up data, you
protect against unauthorized access because the data cannot be restored unless the correct password
is entered first.
Time Required for Backup
Depending on how much data you are backing up (or restoring), the backup operation can take anywhere
from about 10 seconds to a number of minutes. Backing up 4MB of data, for example, takes three or four
minutes. To check how much data is on your system, tap
, Settings, System tab and then Memory.
On the dialog that appears, tap the Main tab. The value under Storage indicates how much data is
stored in memory. See the Pocket PC User's Guide and CASSIOPEIA online help for more information.
Important!
The restore operation can take a very long time if you do not have enough storage memory allocated.
When this happens, quit the restore operation, increase the size of the storage memory, and then try the
restore operation again.
■ Using Card Backup Tool
This section provides details about the backup and restore operations you can perform using Card
Backup Tool. Be sure to read the following precautions before using Card Backup Tool for either backup
or restore.
Read this first!
• Always reset your CASSIOPEIA before backing up or restoring data. Make sure you perform a
reset operation. Do not perform a full reset operation! See the separate Hardware Manual for
information about how to reset your CASSIOPEA.
• Be sure to power your CASSIOPEIA with the AC adapter whenever performing a backup or restore
operation.
• If main battery or backup battery power is low when you start a backup or restore operation, a
warning message appears and the backup or restore operation is cancelled. Before starting a
backup or restore operation, charge the battery pack or load new batteries.
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• Do not perform any button or screen operations on the CASSIOPEIA while a backup or restore
operation is in progress. Do not touch the CASSIOPEIA at all until the backup or restore operation
is complete.
• Files and other data are automatically compressed before being stored in CASSIOPEIA memory.
Make sure the memory card you are using for backup has enough unused space to store the data.
Backing Up Data
Use the following procedure to back up data. Make sure you read the precautions under "Read this first!"
before starting.
To back up data
1. Connect the AC adapter to your CASSIOPEIA.
2. Reset the CASSIOPEIA.
3. Insert a memory card with sufficient free space to store the backup data into the CompactFlash
Card slot of the CASSIOPEIA.
4. Tap
, Programs, Utility, and then Card Backup.
• This starts up Card Backup Tool and causes the dialog shown below to appear.
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5. Tap Backup now.
• This causes the dialog shown below to appear.
• If you do not wish to assign a password, go to step 6 without inputting anything.
6. Tap Yes to start the backup or No to close the dialog without backing up anything.
• The "Backup in Progress" dialog appears while the backup operation is being performed.
• The message "Backup complete!" appears on the display after the backup operation is complete.
7. After backup is complete, tap OK to quit Card Backup Tool.
Note
If the backup operation is interrupted or unsuccessful for any reason and there is a previous backup file
on the memory card you are using, the previous file remains intact on the card.
To interrupt a backup operation
1. Tap the Cancel button on the message box that is on the screen while a backup operation is in
progress.
• This causes the message "Do you really want to cancel?" to appear.
2. Tap Yes to cancel the backup operation or No to resume it.
Quitting Card Backup Tool
• Tapping the OK button on the dialog box that appears at the end of a backup operation
automatically quits Card Backup Tool.
• To quit Card Backup Tool without performing a backup operation, tap the Cancel button.
Restoring Data
The following applies whenever you perform a restore operation.
• If the same file or registry data exists in both CASSIOPEIA memory and on the memory card, the
data in CASSIOPEIA memory is overwritten with the data on the memory card.
• Any files or registry data in CASSIOPEIA memory that is not on the memory card is left as-is.
• Calendar, Contacts, Tasks, and Inbox data in CASSIOPEIA memory is all overwritten with the
corresponding data from the memory card.
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• To return CASSIOPEIA to the exact status it was when you backed up the data, perform a full reset
before restoring the data. See the separate Hardware Manual for information about the full reset.
Use the following procedure to restore data. Make sure you read the precautions under
"Read this first!" on the previous page before starting.
To restore data
1. Connect the AC adapter to your CASSIOPEIA.
2. Reset the CASSIOPEIA.
3. Insert the memory card that contains the data you want to restore into the CompactFlash Card slot
of the CASSIOPEIA.
4. Tap
, Programs, Utility, and then Card Backup.
• This starts up Card Backup Tool and causes the dialog shown below to appear.
Note:
Data except PIM data are restored even if selecting “Only PIM Data” before restoring. If you want
to retore only PIM data, be sure to select “Only PIM data” before Backup.
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Deleting a Backup File
You can use the following procedure to delete the backup files you created using Card Backup Tool.
Delete a file when you no longer need it, when you want to free up space on a memory card, etc.
To delete a backup file
1. Insert the memory card that contains the backup file you want to delete into the CompactFlash
Card slot of the CASSIOPEIA.
2. Tap
, Programs, Utility, and then Card Backup.
• This starts up Card Backup Tool.
3. Tap Backup File Delete.
• This causes the dialog shown below to appear.
4. Tap Yes to delete the backup file or No to close the dialog without deleting anything.
5. Tap Restore now.
• This causes the dialog shown below to appear.
6. Tap Yes to start the restore or No to close the dialog without restoring anything.
• The "Restore in Progress" dialog appears while the restore operation is being performed.
• The message "Restore complete!" appears on the display after the restore operation is complete.
7. After restore is complete, tap OK to quit Card Backup Tool.
8. Reset your CASSIOPEIA again.
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6-6. Mobile communication
Refer to page 23 in this manual.
Supports WAP, SMS, E-mail
and Internet
when used in combination with a GSM mobile phone.
MTDS Web Site
*Internet access requires an account with
an Internet service provider.
note
Communication systems differ from country-to-country.
Contact your local CASIO retailer for full details about
communications that are supported in your area.
Pocket Internet Explorer
Mobile E-Mailer
Mail Setup Tool
Mail Setup Manager for CASSIOPEIA
Mail Setup Tool is a special application that
simplifies troublesome settings you need to
make in order to send and receive e-mail on your
Pocket PC.
This application lets you copy your computer's
e-mail account settings to your Pocket PC for
automatic configuration of the Pocket PC e-mail
settings.
Bonus Software
Bonus Software
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6-7. Infrared Communication
Transfer Items Using Infrared
Using infrared (IR), you can send and receive information, such as contacts and appointments, between
two Windows-powered Pocket PCs.
To send information
1. Switch to the program where you created the item you want to send and locate the item in the list. If
you want to send more than one item, drag the stylus across the items you want to send.
2. Align the IR ports so that they are unobstructed and within a close range.
• The two infrared ports should be within about 30cm from each other.
3. Tap and hold the item, and tap Send via Infrared on the pop-up menu.
You can also send items, but not folders, from File Explorer. Tap and hold the item you
want to send, and then tap Send via Infrared on the pop-up menu.
To receive information
1. Align the IR ports so that they are unobstructed and within a close range.
2. Tap
, Programs, and then Infrared Receive.
You can also receive items from Tasks, Contacts, Calendar, and Notes by tapping Tools
and then Receive via Infrared in list view.
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7. ADUSTMENT
There are two kinds of adjustments concerning EG-800.
Refer to 8-4-2-7. Color Bar Check (including a display adjustment) and 8-4-2-8. Setting (Adjusting)
DC voltage to AD converter in OPERATION CHECK in this mamual.
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8. OPERATION CHECK
8-1. Preparation
1. EG-800 (Prepare another units to perform IrDA communication check except the checking unit.)
2. Compact Flash Memory Card
3. Rechargeable battery pack JK-210RBM etc. (Refer to UNPACKING.)
4. AC adapter (AD-C59200U), or both AC adapter (AD-C59200G) and AC power cord (CBL-K799AC-EU etc.) (Refer to UNPACKING.)
5. Cradle with RS-232C Cable JK-550CR (Refer to UNPACKING.)
6. PC installed ActiveSync 3.1
7. Diagnostic program files for EG-800 : diag.exe and diagboot.exe
(This file name "diag.exe" is the same as ones for E-100/ E-105/ E-115/ EM-500/ E-125 etc. Take
care not to confuse.)
9. Ordinary stereo earphone (16Ω)
10. Stereo Earphone with Remote Control JK-840HE
11. One DC Power Supply Stabilizers
NOTES:
* Be sure to make back-up copies of all data in the unit before repair using BACKUP/ RESTORE
function in ActiveSync 3.1 software because FULL RESET must be performed to finish or abort this
operation check.
Diagnostic program file will be saved in D-RAM assembled onto the main PC board.
Therefore, performing FULL RESET after this check, this program should be deleted.
These program files (diag.exe/ diagboot.exe/ CASIO_JXdiag.exe) will be supplied along with the
Service Manual for EG-800.
* The unit may be locked during the installation, this check or the other operation.
If this lock occur, try to perform RESET or FULL RESET operation.
8-2. How to install the diagnostic program
There are two ways to install the diagnostic program.
8-2-1. Installation in CF Card and D-RAM at the same time
Using CF card installed the diagnostic program, OPERATION CHECK can be performed without PC
and the cradle after installation.
To make this CF card installed the diagnostic program, at first, it is necessary to install the diagnostic
program to CF card according to the following procedure.
1. Insert a CF card into Card slot of the unit.
Before inserting CF card, be sure to slide CARD
LOCK switch to Free position.
2. Connect a cradle and PC installed ActiveSync
3.1.
3. Set the unit to this cradle. And then, open
ActiveSync 3.1.
4. Selecting File, then Connection Settings..., the
dialog box shown to the right appears.
It is recommended that you enter "V" marks in
the four squires in the right dialog box to be able
to use USB, RS-232C COM port etc on PC.
5. After doing so, perform "Get Connected..."
procedure. "Get Connected..." procedure may
automatically start.
6. You had better choose "No" for Set Up a
Partnership.
7. After that, this connection procedure will be
completed.
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8. After this procedure is completed, the display
shown to the right appears.
9. After clicking Explore icon in the right dialog box,
click My Pocket PC icon.
10. Doing so, Storage Card holder icon will appears.
"Storage Card" holder indicates CF card. If CF
card is not inserted into the slot, this holder will not
appear.
11. After clicking this icon, make a new holder named
jx590diag.
12. Make a new holder named casioconfidential in
jx590diag holder.
Perform these spellings precisely.
Otherwise, the installation of the diagnostic
program can not be performed.
13. Enter diag.exe file in this casioconfidential holder.
Total directory is as follows;
Storage Card>jx590diag>casioconfidential>diag.exe
14. Doing so, the installation of the diagnostic
program to CF card and D-RAM in the unit starts
automatically.
15. While performing this installation, the display
shown to the right will appear.
16. Completing this installation, the display shown to
the right will appear.
* Once the diagnostic program is installed in CF
card and D-RAM in the unit, this program is not
deleted even if RESET operation is performed.
17. After making diag holder in Storage Card holder,
enter diagboot.exe file into this diag holder. Total
directory is as follows;
Storage Card>diag>diagboot.exe
Note: diagboot.exe file is needed to make the
diagnostic program development more easier.
This file may be applicable to all units adopted CF card in future.
If diagboot.exe file is not entered in diag holder, the operation check will not be booted
when pressing Contacts button while holding Power button.
18. Performing the following operation with the unit, confirm that the diagnostic program has been
installed in CF card according to the following procedure.
Tapping Start, Programs, File Explore, My documents, My Device, Storage Card, jx590diag,
and then casioconfidential holder using a stylus, diag icon will appear.
If diag icon appears, the diagnostic program is installed in CF card.
After tapping casioconfidential, tap Storage Card holder.
Then, confirm that there is a diagboot icon in diag holder.
Tapping above diag icon, Main Menu for this Operation Check display appears.
Operation Check can be booted using above operation.
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8-2-2. Direct Installation in Only D-RAM in the unit without CF card
Using the following procedure, you can directly install the diagnostic program in D-RAM in the unit
without CF card.
1. Perform 2~9 in the procedure of 8-2-1.
2. Clicking Windows holder in ActiveSync 3.1 program, open this holder.
3. Enter both CASIO_JXdiag.exe and diagboot.exe files into this holder.
4. Doing so, the installation of the diagnostic program to D-RAM in the unit starts automatically.
* Once the diagnostic program is installed in D-RAM in the unit, this program is not deleted even if
RESET operation is performed.
5. Performing the following operation with the unit, confirm that the diagnostic program has been
installed in D-RAM in the unit.
Tapping Start, Programs, File Explore, My documents, My Device, and then Windows holder
using a stylus, CASIO_JXdiag icon will appear in Windows holder.
If CASIO_JXdiag icon appears, the diagnostic program is installed in D-RAM.
Tapping this CASIO_JXdiag icon, Main Menu for this Operation Check display appears.
Operation Check can be booted using above operation also.
8-3. How to delete the diagnostic program
If necessary, delete the diagnostic program in CF card and D-RAM in the unit using the following procedure.
8-3-1. How to delete the diagnostic program in CF card
1. After connecting the unit set CF card and PC using ActiveSync 3.1, be sure to delete both
diag.exe file in casioconfidential holder and diagboot.exe file in diag holder.
Never delete jx590diag, casioconfidential or diag holder. Be sure to delete exe files firstly.
Refer to 8-2-1 concerning above connection for detail.
2. Performing the following operation with the unit, confirm that the diagnostic program has been
deleted in CF card according to the following procedure.
Tapping Start, Programs, File Explore, My documents, My Device, Storage Card, jx590diag,
and then casioconfidential using a stylus, diag icon will disappear.
If diag icon disappears, the diagnostic program in CF card is deleted.
Confirm that diagboot icon in diag holder with the unit disappears also.
8-3-2. How to delete the diagnostic program in D-RAM in the unit
There are two ways to delete the diagnostic program in D-RAM.
1. After connecting the unit and PC using ActiveSync 3.1, delete CASIO_JXdiag.exe file in Windows
holder.
Refer to 8-2-1 concerning above connection for detail.
2. Perform FULL RESET for the unit.
To perform FULL RESET, press RESET button while holding down Power button, then operate the
unit according to the messages on the screen.
* Performing the following operation with the unit, confirm that the diagnostic program has been
deleted in D-RAM in the unit.
Tapping Start, Programs, File Explore, My documents, My Device, and then Windows using a
stylus, CASIO_JXdiag icon will disappear in Windows holder.
If CASIO_JXdiag icon disappears, the diagnostic program in D-RAM is deleted.
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8-4. Operation Check
8-4-1. How to enter into Operation Check Mode
It is recommended to perform FULL RESET with the
unit to delete the data saved in D-RAM before this
check.
To enter into this check Mode, perform the operation
described in item 18 of 8-2-1 or item 7 of 8-2-2 after
installation of diagnostic program.
Or, after the installation of diagnostic program by
8-2-1, press Contacts button over 3 seconds while
holding down Power button until below Operation
Check Main Menu appears.
If missed, try again.
After performing one of the operations described above,
the following Main Menu display for Operation Check
appears on the screen.
** Main Menu **
1 DISPLAY
2 TOUCH PANEL
3 MEMORY
4 SERIAL
5 POWER CONTROL
6 AUDIO
7 Others
8 COLOR BAR
9 VOLTAGE Write
Note: Generally, diagnostic program revision No. may be
changed without prior notice in future due to mass
production convenience.
AD Code = #####
CPROG Rev. 0.95 for Jx-590/597
Once the diagnostic program is installed to the unit, this program will be not deleted even if removing CF
card because this program has been installed in D-RAM assembled onto the main PC Board.
8-4-2. Operation Check
If the unit is locked during this check, enter into this check mode again after performing RESET
or FULL RESET operation.
8-4-2-1. Display Check
1. Tapping above 1 DISPLAY on the screen using a stylus, the red screen appears.
2. Tapping the screen, the green screen appears.
3. Tapping the screen again, the blue screen appears.
4. Tapping the screen again, the white frame display appears.
5. Tapping the screen again, the black frame display appears.
6. Tapping the screen again, no display appears.
7. Tapping the screen again, Main Menu display appears.
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8-4-2-2. Touch Panel Check
1. Tapping above 2 TOUCH PANEL on the screen using a stylus, the following Touch Panel Check
Menu appears.
** Touch Panel **
1 Case
2 Points
3 Cross
2. Tapping 1 Case, "Case ----→ OK" display appears.
Pressing Action Control button, display Touch Panel Check Menu again.
Generally speaking, pressing Action Control button, prior Menu or Display can be recovered
during Operation Check.
3. Tapping 2 Points, four cross marks appears near four corners in the screen.
If succeeded to tap the center of the cross mark, its cross mark will disappear.
Tap the centers of these cross marks until all cross marks disappear.
After that, "Touch Panel----→OK" display appears.
4. Pressing Action Control button twice, Main Menu display appears.
* If performing 2 Points check, it is unnecessary to perform 3 Cross check.
8-4-2-3. Memory Check
1. Tapping 3 MEMORY, the following Memory Check Menu display appears.
** MEMORY **
1 ROM CHECK SUM(32MByte)
1' ROM CHECK SUM(16MByte)
2 ROM BUS SUM(32MByte)
2' ROM BUS SUM(16MByte)
3 ROM TYPE
4 RAM TEST
5 RAM LOOP
6 RAM R/W TEST
2. Tapping 1 ROM CHECK SUM(32MByte), the following display appears.
** ROM CHECK SUM **
base addr. Sum value
SUM 1 (bf000000) = xxxx
SUM 2 (bf000002) = xxxx
FLASH Write --> OK
ROM CHECK SUM ... end
Above hexadecimal digits (numbers) will be modified without prior notice in response to the
modifications for OS etc..
Pressing Action Control button, Memory Check Menu display appears again.
3. Tapping 3 ROM TYPE, the following display appears.
** ROM TYPE **
Flash ROM
ROM Type CHECK ... end
Mask ROM may appear instead of above Flash ROM.
Pressing Action Control button, Memory Check Menu display appears again.
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4. Tapping 4 RAM TEST, the following display appears.
The other displays may appear.
** RAM CHECK **
- RAM CHK OK Pressing Action Control button, Memory Check Menu display appears again.
5. Tapping 6 RAM R/W TEST, the following display appears.
** RAM CHECK **
- RAM DATA WRITE Write ... end
ActionKey PUSH!
6. Pressing Action Control button according to above message, the following display appears.
** RAM CHECK **
- RAM DATA WRITE Write ... end
ActionKey PUSH
-- RAM DATA READ --- RAM CHK OK -Pressing Action Control button twice, Main Menu display appears again.
8-4-2-4. Serial ports Check (Communication Check)
Perform this check after aligning the IR ports so that two units are unobstructed and within a
close range (within 30 cm).
Try to communicate with PC using ActiveSync 3.1 after connecting the unit to PC using the cradle
concerning USB and RS232C checks.
Because, special jigs are needed to perform USB/ RS-232C checks by this diagnostic program.
1. Tapping 4 SERIAL, the following Serial port Check Menu display appears.
** Serial **
1 Loop Back
<RS232C Ck>
2 Send / Receive <RS232C Ck>
3 Interactive
<IrDA Ck>
4 Send / Receive <IrDA Ck>
5 Loop Back2
6 Interactive
<FIR Ck>
7 Send / Receive <FIR Ck>
8 Send / Receive <FIR Ck>
9 USB Check
2. Prepare another unit to perform IrDA communication check.
Display Serial port Check Menu with another unit as well as the checking unit.
3. Tapping 3 Interactive <IrDA Ck> with both units, the following displays appear.
Ready
4. Tapping the checking unit's screen, the following display appears with this unit.
Ready
OK
Ready
On the other hand, the following display appears with another unit.
Ready
Ready
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5. Tapping another unit's screen, the following display appears.
Ready
Ready
OK
Ready
On the other hand, the following display appears with checking unit.
Ready
OK
Ready
Ready
6. Pressing Action button with both units, Serial port Check Menu display appears again.
7. Tapping 7 Send / Receive <FIR Ck> with both unit, the following display appears.
<Fast Infrared SEND / RECEIVE>
1 Send
data (4Mbps)
2 Receive data (4Mbps)
8. Tap 2 Receive data (4Mbps) with another unit, then tap 1 Send data (4Mbps) with the checking
unit. Doing so, the following display appears.
In case of the checking unit;
<Send mode>
In case of another unit;
<Receive mode>
HHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH
HHHHHHHHHH....................
The letter "H" will continue to appear one after another.
9. To stop this data communication, press Action Control buttons with both units.
10. Exchanging the checking unit for another unit, perform operations of above 6~8.
Press Action Control buttons few times with both units to display Main Menu.
Turn off another unit power after performing FULL RESET.
8-4-2-5. Audio Check
1. Tapping 6 AUDIO, the following Audio check Menu appears.
** Audio **
1 0.5kHz
2 1kHz
3 2kHz
4
5
LR-Channel
Record
2. Tapping 1 0.5kHz, 0.5kHz sound is emitted.
3. Tapping 2 1kHz after pressing Action Control button, 1 kHz sound is emitted.
4. Tapping 3 2kHz after pressing Action Control button, 2 kHz sound is emitted.
Press Action Control button again.
5. After setting a stereo earphone to the unit, tap 4 LR-Channel.
Doing so, the following sound can be heard from its earphone with stereo.
"Right channel" from the right
"Left channel" from the left
Press Action Control button again.
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8-4-2-6. Others Check
1. Tapping 7 Others, the following Others check Menu display appears.
** Others **
1 Switch
2 Keyboard RAMDOM
3 Disp Loop
4 BackLight
5 Compact Flash (CDs, CDOR)
2. Tapping 1 Switch, the following display appears and Red light is flickered from the right LED.
For example,
VDET1B
OFF
VDET2
OFF
VDET3
OFF
VDETS
OFF
VDETCF
OFF
AC Adapter
USED
Cover
CLOSED
Charge
ON
Ir WakeUP
OFF
AD Remocon
OFF
Audio Jack
OFF
3. Removing the rechargeable battery, COVER will become OPEN.
Set its rechargeable battery to the unit again.
4. Removing AC Adapter, AC Adapter will become NOT USED.
Connect AC Adapter to the unit again.
5. Connect a ordinary earphone to the unit.
Doing so, Audio Jack will become ON.
Remove this earphone.
After connecting a stereo earphone with remote control JK-840HE to the unit, pressing PLAY,
FF or RWD button, AD Remocon will become PLAY, FF, RWD respectively.
Remove this remote control earphone.
6. After connecting an AC adapter to the cradle, setting the unit onto its cradle, Ir WakeUP become
ON.
7. Inserting CF card into the slot of the unit, VDETCF will become ON.
8. Pressing Action Control button, Others check Menu display appears again.
9. Tapping 2 Keyboard RANDOM, the following display appears.
** Keyboard Random **
Pressing any button except power button, the key name corresponded to the pressed button
appears on the screen.
Pressing Power button finally, Others check Menu display appears again.
10. Tapping 4 BackLight, for example, the following display appears.
197
Another number may appear.
11. While holding down the downward key in the cursor button, display on the screen becomes
dimmer, then lighter suddenly.
Pressing Action Control button twice, Main Menu appear.
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8-4-2-7. Color Bar Check (including a display adjustment)
1. Tapping 8 COLOR BAR, the following Color Bar check Menu display appears.
** COLOR BAR **
1 Contrast
2 Scroll
3 GRAY
2. Tapping 1 Contrast, the following color bar display appears.
RED
GREEN
BLUE
BLACK
WHITE
Pressing Action Control button, Color Bar check Menu display appears again.
Even if tapping 2 Scroll, this unnecessary check can not be performed because this check
becomes unnecessary.
3. Tapping 3 GRAY, all gray display appears on the screen.
If abnormal displays (flicker, vertical stripe and so on) are detected, change Vcom voltage rotating
the variable resistor VR300.
Refer to page 70 in the Service Manual for E-115 concerning Vcom (Common electrode voltage for
TFT LCD pixel drive).
VR300 can be supplied as one of the spare parts. Refer to PARTS LIST concerning VR300.
To adjust actually, removing the screws assembled onto the lower case, disassemble the unit as
shown below. Then rotate this variable resistor (VR300) using a ceramic screw driver (minus/ 1.8
mm width) to make the screen the normal display (no flicker and no stripes).
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8-4-2-8. Setting (Adjusting) DC voltage to AD converter
The following operation are not only for Check, but also for setting (adjusting) for DC voltage to AD
converter in CPU.
When calibration for touch panel, battery voltage detection and so on are not correctly performed, try to
check and perform these settings (adjustments).
Prepare one DC voltage stabilizers for Main battery power supply.
Important
These settings (adjustments) for the main PC Board Assembly has not be performed in the factory.
Therefore, be sure to perform this setting (adjustment) whenever you replace the main PC Board Assembly
along with replacing EEPROM (EROM1) as described in page 79.
Writing Serial ID No. data etc . to EEPROM using the Bar Code Reader and this diagnostic program, it
may become unnecessary to replace EEPROM.
This writing procedure may be informed in the near future.
1. Remove the rechargeable main battery and AC adapter.
2. Using a coin or screwdriver, rotate the battery lock clockwise as shown above.
3. Using DC voltage stabilizer, supply DC voltage (4.2V) to 1 PIN terminal as shown above.
1 PIN terminal is shorted to 2 PIN terminal interior the unit.
4 PIN terminal is also shorted to 5 PIN terminal interior the unit.
Turn on the unit's power. After that, it is recommended to perform RESET or FULL RESET
operation.
4. Booting the diagnostic program, display Main Menu for the operation check.
5. Make the voltage power supply added to the main battery terminal 4.2V ( 0.05V.
6. Tapping 9 voltage Write, the following display appears.
*** <AD Revision Value Write> ***
<Max Level Write>
Voltage Write-> Contacts Key
Escape
-> ON Key
7. Pressing Contacts button, the following display appears.
*** <AD Revision Value Write> ***
<Max Level Write>
AD Value Read!
0x8...
<Min Level Write>
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Voltage Write-> Contacts Key
Escape
-> ON Key
If the unit can not read the voltage 4.2V correctly, "No Good. Please retry!!" message will appear.
Note that the unit can not be progressed in the next stage whenever this message appears.
8. Make the voltage power supply added to the main battery terminal 3.7V ± 0.05V.
Then, press Contacts button again.
Doing so, the following display appears.
*** <AD Revision Value Write> ***
<Max Level Write>
AD Value Read!
0x8...
<Min Level Write>
AD Value Read!
0x8...
WriteData Value
Max=0x....
Min=0x....
----------→ Test END
Push Action Key
9. Pressing Action Control button, the following display appears along with Main Menu display
(under Main Menu display).
AD Code=OOOOO
CPROG Rev.0.95 for JX-590/597
If missed, the following # display will appear instead of O.
AD Code=# # # # #
CPROG Rev.0.95 for JX-590/597
If the display appears, be sure to try to perform these settings (adjustments) again.
After turning off the unit power, stop to add the powers to the unit.
Finally, after connecting the rechargeable main battery and AC adapter to the unit, perform Initial
Setup or FULL RESET.
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9. TROUBLE SHOOTING
Before assuming malfunction and contacting your service provider when experiencing operational
problems, be sure to check the following information as well as the troubleshooting section of the Pocket
PC User’s Guide first.
Response to screen tap is exceedingly slow.
Possible Cause
Recommended Action
Available memory is very low.
Reset the unit.
If resetting the unit does not correct the
problem, perform a full reset (which deletes
memory contents).
Nothing happens when the [Power] button is pressed.
Possible Cause
Recommended Action
Main battery is weak.
Charge the battery pack.
Internal malfunction
Reset the unit.
If resetting the unit does not correct the problem,
perform a full reset (memory initialize).
Operation is disabled when the AC adapter is connected.
Possible Cause
Recommended Action
Main battery is weak.
Charge the battery pack.
The unit is not mounted on the cradle
correctly.
Mount the unit on the cradle correctly.
Replacing the main battery caused malfunction.
Possible Cause
Recommended Action
Main battery is not loaded correctly.
Remove and then reload the main
battery.
Rechargeable battery pack life is very short after each charge.
Possible Cause
Recommended Action
Battery pack is damaged or has reached
the end of its service life.
Purchase a new battery pack.
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Nothing happens when the touch screen is touched.
Possible Cause
Recommended Action
The touch screen is out of calibration.
Recalibrating the touch screen.
Static electricity or some other problem has
caused the touch screen to malfunction.
Reset the unit.
The touch screen is damaged.
Contact your original dealer or an expert.
The screen is locked up.
Possible Cause
Recommended Action
Internal malfunction
Reset the unit.
If resetting the unit does not correct the problem,
perform a full reset (memory initialize).
A message about a data error is on the screen.
Possible Cause
Recommended Action
Internal malfunction
Follow the instructions that appear on the
screen.
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10. CIRCUIT BLOCK DIAGRAM
Timer clock
32.768kHz
OSB
System clock for CPU
18.432MHz
PLL
150MHz
KEYS
CORE of CPU
Action/ Voice etc.
VSUB
Bus Control Unit
Alarm LED
(RED)
LED IF
(Key PCB)
Rechargeable
Battery
IC200
Power IC
* Power supply
* Voltage regulator
* Voltage detection
* Charge control
General Purpose
Interface
Instruction/ Cache Mem.
CRADLE
IC700
IrDA Module
CPU
IC2
(BGA)
VR4122
OSB
AC Adapter
AD-C59200
Charge LED
(To Cradle)
DC/AC
Inverter
V5LCD
(Amber/ Green)
DATA BUS
RESET POWER ON/OFF
System clock
45.158MHz
ADDRESS BUS
IC 1
GATE ARRAY (ASIC): KUJIRA
*KUJIRA is a Japanese nickname for this Gate Array, and
can not be replaced as well as above CPU because of BGA
* For Communication and LCD drive/control etc.
DRAM x 2
DRAM1/ DRAM2
ROM x 2
IC1/IC2
32 Mbytes
(16 Mbytesx2)
16 Mbytes
(8 Mbytesx2)
Fast IrDA clock
48MHz
VSUB
Back light
Voltage
CF/MODEM
Card
(US and
Canada only)
IC303
LCD (TFT) Module
240 x 320 dots
MIC
VCOM
Battery power detection
IC300
* Battery Power detection
* Touch Panel IF
* HP/ SP drive
Touch Panel
IrDA
Mpdule
Headphone
Power supply
CRADLE
PC
Mobile
Phone
IC401
Speaker
MODEM
(US & Canada
only)
To Analog Telephone line
(From AC adapter)
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11. WIRING DIAGRAM
CFL Back Light
Touch screen
panel
Compact Flash card/
MODEM card
DC/AC Inverter
TFT LCD Module
RS232C Cable (option)
JK-580CA
for Backup
CRADLE (option)
RS232C cable
USB cable
Lithium
polymer
Rechargeable
Battery (M)
AC adapter
Jack
Earphone
Jack
AC adapter
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Option
Lithium polymer
Rechargeable Battery (S/L)
12. SCHEMATIC DIAGRAMS
12-1. Main block (1/3)
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12-1. Main block (2/3)
TYP-15.5V
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12-1. Main block (3/3)
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12-2. Key block
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12-3. Reset Switch block
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12-4 Jack block
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12-5. Flash ROM board
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12-6 Sub block
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13. PCB VIEW
Main PC Board (Bottom View)
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Key PC Board
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14. DISASSEMBLY PROCEDURE
Refer to GENERAL GUIDE, PARTS LIST and EXPLODED VIEW in this manual.
1. Remove the stylus as shown to the right.
2. Rotate the eject switch counterclockwise
using a coin or a screwdriver to remove the
lithium polymer rechargeable battery
(main battery) as shown to the right.
3. Remove the main battery and card slot
cover as shown to the right.
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4. Remove the six screws assembled onto the back
as shown to the right.
Note that below two screws are longer compared
with the upper four screws in the right photograph.
Removing these screws, the unit can be opened.
5. Open the unit as shown to the right.
The unit can be opened by hand.
In other words, the unit can be opened
without an opener or the other tools.
6. Disconnect the flat cables from connectors
assembled onto the man PC Board Assembly.
Refer to the next page illustration how to
disconnect these flat cables.
Remove the jack cover and the serial connector
cover also as shown to the right.
Doing so, the upper case assembly can be
separated from the lower case assembly.
You can disassemble both assemblies from this
stage.
Decide which assembly you disassemble for your
purposes.
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In case of CN1, CN8, CN10 and CN11 (except CN9):
pull this tag
flat cable
pull out the flat cable
<TOP VIEW>
<TOP VIEW>
After pulling above tag, pull out the flat cable as shown above.
In case of CN9:
pull this tag
CN9
Main PC Board
flat cable
pull out the flat cable
<SIDE VIEW>
<SIDE VIEW>
After pulling the tag upward, pull out the flat cable as shown above.
— 71 —
■ Disassembling the lower case assembly
7. Remove screws assembled onto the lower case
assembly as shown to the right.
Doing so, the main PC Board can be removed
including the jack PC Board assembly.
8. After disconnecting the flat cable from CN6
connector, remove the main PC Board assembly
as shown to the right.
Refer to PCB ASSY/MAIN in EXPLODED VIEW
in this manual concerning CN6 position.
Note that it is difficult to remove the main PC
Board assembly because edges of this PC Board
assembly and the connector strike on the ribs
and edge shown in the below photograph with
arrows when removing.
It is recommended to lift up the main PC Board
assembly using tweezers or the other tools
when removing not to damage this assembly.
It is easier to assemble this assembly.
— 72 —
■ Disassembling the upper case assembly
9. Remove the four screws as shown to the right.
10. Remove the inner case unit onto which
TFT LCD Module and a Touch screen panel
are assembled as shown to the right.
— 73 —
11. After removing screws, remove the touch
screen panel assembly as shown to the
right.
12. Remove TFT LCD Module as shown to
the right.
Note that TFT LCD Module strongly
attaches to the inner case by the adhesive
tape.
Refer to EXPLODED VIEW in this manual
concerning these adhesive tape positions.
When peeling this module, don't use the
chemical substances.
Doing so will damages to this module.
It is recommended to peel this module
while cutting off these adhesive tape using
a cutter or knife like a razor.
— 74 —
PARTS PRICE LIST
EG-800
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
Item
Code No.
Parts Name
PCB ASSY/MAIN (C141081)
IC200
1001 1100 LSI
IC700
1001 1087 IRDA MODULE
D3
2370 1390 LED
D218
1002 8050 LED
VR300
3122 3717 RESISTER/CHIP SEMI-FIXED
SW1, SW2, 2370 1392 SWITCH
SW3
SW4
1001 1066 SWITCH
X1
1002 8054 OSCILLATOR/CRYSTAL
X2
1002 8055 OSCILLATOR/CRYSTAL
X3
2590 2783 OSCILLATOR/CRYSTAL
X4
1002 8045 OSCILLATOR/CRYSTAL
CN1, CN8 1001 1097 CONNECTOR
CN2
1002 5185 CONNECTOR
CN3
2259 2752 CONNECTOR
CN5
1001 1098 CONNECTOR
CN9
3502 2710 CONNECTOR
CN10
1002 9926 CONNECTOR
CN11, CN6 3502 2568 CONNECTOR
CN209
1001 1094 CONNECTOR
1
1001 1055 PLATE
2
6566 3010 SPACER
3
6562 1600 TERMINAL/LUG
CN600
1001 1097 CONNECTOR
CN601
1002 8032 CONNECTOR
CN602
1001 2339 CONNECTOR
4
1002 9937 CABLE/JOINT
PCB ASSY/KEY (C343497*1)
5
3335 6578 SPEAKER
6
1001 2019 TAPE/INSULATION
7
1001 2020 SPACER
8
1001 2021 BATTERY/LITHIUM
9
1001 5221 TAPE/INSULATION
CN4
1001 1097 CONNECTOR
SW10
1002 1883 SWITCH
INNER CASE UNIT
10
1003 0001 LCD MODULE
11
1003 0002 INVERTER
12
1002 9990 CASE/INNER
13
1002 9992 CUSHION
15
1002 9994 CUSHION
16
1002 9995 CUSHION
17
1002 9996 TAPE/ADHESIVE
18
1002 9997 TAPE/ADHESIVE
19
1002 9998 CABLE/JOINT
20
1002 9999 SPRING/EARTH
- 75 -
Specification
Q
Price Code
R
BD6097KU
TFDU6101E-TR3
SML-210LTT86M
SML-521MDWT86
MVR32HXBRN222
EVQPSC02K
1
1
1
1
1
3
BU
BK
AA
AC
AA
AB
C
C
C
C
C
C
SLLB31-B-B-B
FCX-03-45.1584M2
FCX-03-48.000M2
FCX-03-18.432M2
MC146-32.768K-7/20
52746-1490
55565-5026
TCX3110-010100
53748-0808
54393-5192
52746-0890
52746-0690
CCA-4014-1205H
55518-0011
C443027-1
C442156-1
52746-1490
HSJ1594-010010
HEC3604-010110
C444443-1
1
1
1
1
1
2
1
1
1
1
1
2
1
1
2
1
1
1
1
1
AN
AM
AM
AL
AK
AC
AV
AR
AO
AL
AB
AB
AS
AN
AA
AA
AC
AF
AE
AD
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
20D2
C443896-1
C443899-1
VL2320/1F2
C444196-1
52746-1490
SSSS812-B-2B
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
AV
AA
AA
AV
AA
AC
AB
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
COM38T3106DPQ
INV-J598-S
C141059-1
C444416-1
C444418-1
C444419-1
C444421-1
C444423-1
C444441-1
C444442-1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
EC
BR
AG
AA
AA
AB
AA
AA
AC
AA
B
C
X
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
Item
Code No.
Parts Name
21
1003 0000 TAPE
22
6562 1600 TERMINAL/LUG
23
1003 8148 PANEL/TOUCH
24
1003 0020 PLATE
25
1003 0021 TAPE
80
1004 3660 SPACER
81
1004 3661 SPACER
82
1004 3662 CUSHION
83
1003 7160 TAPE
UPPER CASE ASSY
26
1003 0169 PCB ASSY/KEY
27
1003 8414 CASE/UPPER
28
1001 1967 KEY
29
1001 1969 RUBBER/KEY
30
1001 1970 RUBBER/KEY
31
1003 0003 PLATE
32
1003 0004 COVER
33
1001 1972 CABLE/JOINT
34
1001 1979 SPACER
35
1001 1981 NET/SPEAKER
36
1003 0006 KEY
37
1003 0007 KEY
38
1003 0008 KEY
39
1003 0009 SPACER
PCB ASSY/SWITCH (C343114*1)
40
3335 6646 MIC
41
1001 2023 CABLE/JOINT
42
3412 2107 SWITCH
43
6562 1620 HOLDER
LOWER CASE ASSY
44
1001 1989 KEY SUB ASSY
45
1001 4561 PCB ASSY/SWITCH
46
1003 8415 CASE/LOWER
47
1001 1983 PLATE
48
1001 1984 KNOB
49
1001 1985 PLATE
50
1001 1986 PLATE
51
1001 1987 RUBBER/RESET
52
1001 1995 TERMINAL
53
1001 1996 HOLDER
54
1001 1991 HOOK
55
1001 1994 PLATE
56
1001 1997 HOLDER
57
1001 1998 FILTER
58
1001 1979 SPACER
59
1001 1999 CAP
60
1001 2000 TAPE
61
1001 5219 TAPE
62
1002 4560 SPRING/EARTH
Specification
C444458-1
C442156-1
KTB97C003A
C343447-1
C444454-1
C444793-1
C444794-1
C444795-1
C444634-1
- 76 -
Q
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
Price Code
AA
AA
CO
AI
AU
AA
AA
AA
AA
R
C
C
B
C
C
C
C
C
C
C343497*1 TK
C141053-2
C342939-1
C342947-1
C342948-1
C343437-1
C343446-1
C443832-1
C443900-1
C443960-1
C444412-1
C444413-1
C444414-1
C444460-1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
BV
BO
AT
AB
AB
AN
AB
AD
AA
AD
AF
AF
AF
AA
C
X
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
WM-64KY102
C443903-1
ABC1112P
C442143-1
1
1
1
1
AM
AE
AB
AA
C
C
C
C
C343028*1
C343114*1 TK
C141092-1
C342942-1
C342943-1
C342944-1
C342945-1
C342949-1
C443892-1
C443893-1
C443887-1
C443891-1
C443895-1
C443898-1
C443900-1
C443901-1
C443912-1
C444205-1
C444305-1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
3
3
1
1
1
1
1
3
1
1
1
AT
BE
BK
AT
AA
AA
AB
AA
AI
AA
AA
AA
AC
AC
AA
AA
AA
AA
AC
C
C
X
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
N
Item
Code No.
Parts Name
COMPONENTS
N
63
1003 9693 PCB ASSY/MAIN
N
65
1003 9695 PCB ASSY/ROM
N
66
1003 8406 PLATE
67
1001 1952 COVER
68
1001 1953 PEN SUB ASSY
N
69
1003 8407 COVER
N
70
1003 9696 CF CAP ASSY
71
1001 1988 FILTER/IRDA
SCREWS
100
6394 6400 SCREW
101
6336 8250 SCREW
102
6337 9150 SCREW
103
1003 8146 SCREW
104
6396 7660 SCREW
105
6337 9150 SCREW
106
6338 8270 SCREW
107
6562 1390 SCREW
108
6338 8270 SCREW
* Item 108 screw is the same as item 106 screw.
OTHERS
N
72
1004 1615 SHEET
73
1002 9287 SOFTWARE/CD-ROM(MS)
N
74
1004 1473 SOFTWARE/CD-ROM(CASIO)
75
1001 5225 STRAP
N
76
1004 1475 CASE/SOFT
Specification
Q
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
EO
EE
AA
AB
AK
AD
BB
AD
B
B
C
C
B
C
C
C
A310044-11
A33953-23
A33953-31
A310854-5
A310044-13
A33953-31
A33953-35
C341659-1
A33953-35
7
2
4
1
2
3
3
5
4
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
C343600-1
CDJ670AA01A
CDJ590AA02A
ST-J560
SCJ590AA01
1
1
1
1
1
AQ
BM
AM
AL
AZ
C
C
C
C
C
R- A:Essential
B:Stock recommended
C:Others
X:No stock recommended
- 77 -
R
C141081*1 TK
C241835*1 TK
C342432-15
C342938-1
C342951*1
C343436-2
C343570*1 TK
C342952-1
Parts prices will be informed separately by Parts Price List.
Notes:N-New parts
Q-Quantity used per unit
R-Rank
Price Code
16. EXPLODED VIEW
16-1. PCB Board Assembly and COMPONENTS
— 78 —
16-2. PCB ASSY/MAIN
— 79 —
16-3. PCB ASSY/KEY
— 80 —
16-4. INNER CASE UNIT (1/2)
— 81 —
16-4. INNER CASE UNIT (2/2)
— 82 —
16-5. PCB ASSY/SWITCH
— 83 —
16-6. LOWER CASE ASSY
— 84 —
16-7. OTHERS
— 85 —
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