Wincor Nixdorf BA82 User manual

BA82
LCD TFT 12.1" (30.7 cm) Flat Panel Display
User Manual
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BA82
LCD TFT 12.1" (30,7 cm) Flat Panel Display
User Guide
Edition August 2012
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Contents
Introduction ................................................................................... 1
From Point-of-Sale To Point-of-Service ............................................. 1
Advantages At a Glance ..................................................................... 2
About This Manual ............................................................................. 2
The Flat Panel Display BA82 ........................................................... 3
General .............................................................................................. 3
Operator Panel Module ..................................................................... 3
USB Interface ..................................................................................... 4
On Screen Display (OSD) .................................................................... 4
LED ..................................................................................................... 4
ON/OFF Button .................................................................................. 4
Security .............................................................................................. 4
Protection .......................................................................................... 5
Integrated Loudspeakers ................................................................... 6
Capacitive Touch Screen ................................................................ 7
General .............................................................................................. 7
How To Operate ................................................................................. 7
Cleaning Instructions ......................................................................... 8
Infrared Touch Screen .................................................................... 9
General .............................................................................................. 9
How To Operate ................................................................................. 9
Cleaning Instructions ....................................................................... 10
Swipe Card Reader (Option) ......................................................... 11
How To Operate ............................................................................... 11
Cleaning Instructions ....................................................................... 12
Keyboard (Option) ....................................................................... 13
Cleaning Instructions ....................................................................... 13
Key Field ........................................................................................... 13
Exchanging the Keys ........................................................................ 14
Inserting Key Labels ......................................................................... 15
Inserting Key Caps ............................................................................ 15
Swipe Card Reader In a Keyboard (optional) ................................... 16
Waiter Lock (Option) .................................................................... 17
Fingerprint Reader (Option) ......................................................... 18
lnstalling and Securing ................................................................. 19
Unpacking And Checking the Delivery Unit...................................... 19
lnstalling the Base ............................................................................ 19
Table Mounting ................................................................................ 21
Mounting the Tube Adapter ......................................................... 22
Connection Bezel ............................................................................. 24
Connecting BA82 .............................................................................. 24
Dual Display Holder (Option)........................................................ 26
Mounting Positions ...................................................................... 27
Ergonomic Terminal Workplace ................................................... 28
Mounting Peripherals................................................................... 29
Keyboard And Swipe Card Reader ................................................... 29
Magnetic Swipe Card Reader........................................................ 36
Mounting On the Right Side ............................................................. 37
Mounting On the Left Side ............................................................... 43
Drop the Cover ................................................................................. 44
Waiter Lock .................................................................................. 45
Mounting On the Right Side ............................................................. 46
Mounting On the Left Side ............................................................... 53
Fingerprint Reader ....................................................................... 55
Mounting On the Right Side ............................................................. 56
Mounting On the Left Side ............................................................... 61
On Screen Display (OSD) .............................................................. 63
Input Source ..................................................................................... 64
Display Setting .................................................................................. 65
Colour Setting................................................................................... 66
Image Setting (VGA Mode) .............................................................. 68
Tools Menu ...................................................................................... 70
Volume Setting ................................................................................. 71
EXIT OSD ........................................................................................... 72
Technical Data BA82 .................................................................... 73
Dimensions (mm) ............................................................................. 74
Capacitive Touch Screen .................................................................. 75
Infrared Touch Screen...................................................................... 75
Keyboard .......................................................................................... 75
MSR Inside Keyboard ....................................................................... 76
MSR Module .................................................................................... 76
Waiter Lock Module......................................................................... 76
Screen Driver Installation/ Installation Tool .................................... 77
Current Consumption Of the Screen Module .................................. 77
Programming the Keyboard And MSR .......................................... 78
Interfaces ......................................................................................... 78
Files .................................................................................................. 79
Modus .............................................................................................. 80
Creating Tables ................................................................................ 80
Software Interfaces ...................................................................... 81
Keyboard Codes (Standard) ............................................................. 81
Manufacturer’s Declaration And Approval ................................... 82
General Authorization ..................................................................... 82
FCC-Class A Declaration ................................................................... 82
Tested Safety ................................................................................... 83
Energy Star ....................................................................................... 83
User Information .............................................................................. 83
Safety Information ........................................................................... 83
Warranty .......................................................................................... 84
Instructions For Maintenance .......................................................... 85
Recycling .......................................................................................... 85
Abbreviation Index ...................................................................... 87
Introduction
From Point-of-Sale To Point-of-Service
With the BA82 you are using a ergonomical and customer-friendly cashier's
workplace.
The BA82 is connected to the system via a VGA or DVI interface. Power is
supplied via a PoweredUSB interface or an external power supply unit. The
Touch screen as well as the USB Hub are contolled via a USB cable or via a
PoweredUSB cable.
The display can be applied in all trade market segments like specialist retailers, department stores, self-service stores, petrol stations or in restaurants. There is indeed a great deal of scope for implementing the BA82.
They can be used, for example, as:
a point-of-sale terminal
an ordering terminal
an information terminal
a desk terminal.
The low-energy, flickerfree and radiation-free colour monitor of the BA82
is a LCD in TFT-technology (Thin Film Transistor).
Therefore, it is well suited for multimedia applications as it offers brilliant
colour representation, an excellent contrast ratio and a high display speed.
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Advantages At a Glance
Low footprint
Autoscaling of the screen
Flickerfree and free from radiation
Very good contrast ratio, adjustable loudness, sharpness, width,
phase, colour temperature and brightness via OSD menu
LCD TFT technology with LED backlight
Digital interface
Simple installation via plug & play feature
Mounting VESA 75 & 100 standard
Integrated loudspeaker
USB interface for external devices.
About This Manual
This manual informs you about everything you might need to know for the
installation (software and hardware), the operation and the maintenance
of your BA82.
Same parts of this book require familiarity and experience in working with
operating systems and installation and configuration procedures.
Notes in the manual are marked by this symbol.
This symbol is used for warnings.
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The Flat Panel Display BA82
General
The TFT LCD flat panel display is an XGA-compatible 12.1-inch flat panel
display which is absolutely flickerfree and free from radiation. lt is designed
for a resolution of max. 800 x 600 pixel. Application programs should be
used with this resolution!
Operator Panel Module
USB interface
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Menu
Scrolling Status ON/OFF
for-/backwards LED
button
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USB Interface
A Plug and Play interface (type A) for connecting peripherals during operation, e.g. USB sticks or a keyboard.
On Screen Display (OSD)
Menu
Via the menu you can set the loudness, brightness, contrast and colour.
Scrolling
The arrows serve for scrolling forwards or backwards in the menu items.
LED
dark
green
orange
red
Power off
Power on
Power save mode
the LED flashs in the standby mode
Out of Range
ON/OFF Button
With this button you can switch the display on or off.
With this key you can switch the system into 'Wake up Mode' or 'Sleep
Mode' provided a Remote function (see page 24) for the BA82 is available
(i.e. the cable is connected to a BEETLE system via a remote connector).
Security
The operator panel module can be mounted horizontally turned thus to
handicap the access.
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

Slightly press the module
inwards at the left and right
hand side (1). Remove the
module of the recesses and
carefully move it off
downwards (2).
Carefully turn the device
through 180° (3).


Reinsert the module into
the recesses (4). Mind not
to jam the cables.
Protection
If you do not need the USB interface in the operator panel and you want to
close the port you can order a small cover in the required colour at Wincor
Nixdorf. To attach this bezel remove the operator panel as described above
and insert the bezel between USB interface and the panel.
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Integrated Loudspeakers
The two integrated loudspeakers are located at the bottom side of the
screen (see arrows).
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Capacitive Touch Screen
General
The TFT Touch Screen works according to the principle of a change in
analog capacitance. It has a glass screen with a transparent, thin-film over
lay on the surface. This is fully sea led and protected by a further layer of
clear glass. Electrodes on the edges of the screen provide an uniform lowvoltage field. As soon as you touch the screen with your finger the contact
point is “recognized” by the change in capacitance.
Conductive product layer
Clear glass cover
Because this happens very quickly, the Touch Screen is optimally equipped
for a number of different requirements and applications. The programming
interface of the screen is identical to the mouse interface.
Connecting a BA82 for the first time, we recommend that you calibrate the
Touch Screen. Details depend on the Operating System that you use.
How To Operate
The Touch Screen responds to the slightest contact, therefore you do not
have to apply pressure when working with the screen. Touching the touch
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glass has the same effect as clicking the left mouse button. You only need
to apply a little pressure with the fingertip. In this capacitive process only
fingertip contact is recognized. The touch screen does not react in any way
if touched, for example, with a pen.
Cleaning Instructions
Always turn off the system before cleaning.
The glass surface of your Touch Screen should be cleaned with a
mild, abrasive free, commercially available glass cleaning product.
All pH neutral materials (pH 6 to 8) are good for cleaning. Cleaners
with pH values 9 to 10 are not recommended. Cleaning with water
and isopropyl alcohol is possible as well. Do not use solvents containing acetic acid. Use a soft, fine-meshed cloth to clean the
surface. Dampen the cloth slightly and then clean the screen.
A wrong maintenance may cause damages to the screen, which
are not covered by guarantee or warranty.
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Infrared Touch Screen
General
The infrared (IR) technology is based on the interruption of a grid of IR light
beams before the surface of a screen. The touch frame contains a row of
infrared light emitting diodes (LEDs) and photo transistors, each mounted
on two opposite sides to create a grid of invisible infrared light.
How To Operate






1
2
3
4
Touch Activation
Receiver
Active Display Area
Transmitter
IR light beams are produced and transmitted over the surface of the
screen. The photo sensors accept the beams. When an object
(min. 8mm Ø), such as a finger, enters the hidden grid, it obstructs the
beams. One or more photo sensors detect the absence of light and transmit a signal, that identifies the x and y coordinates.
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Breaking through the grid has the same effect as clicking the left mouse
button. Therefore, touching the glass is not necessary.
To avoid malfunctions: Do not fix labels or stickers on the frame and do not
put pencils or the like on the inner frame.
Cleaning Instructions
Always turn off the system before cleaning
The glass surface of your Touch Screen should be cleaned with a
mild, abrasive free, commercially available glass cleaning product.
All pH neutral materials (pH 6 to 8) are good for cleaning.
Cleaners with pH values 9 to 10 are not recommended. Cleaning
with water and isopropyl alcohol is possible as well. Do not use sol
vents containing acetic acid. Use a soft, fine-meshed cloth to clean
the surface. Dampen the cloth slightly and then clean the screen.
A wrong maintenance may cause damages to the screen, which
are not covered by guarantee or warranty.
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Swipe Card Reader (Option)
The swipe card reader (MSR
Module), that is available as an
option, can read three ISO tracks
simultaneously in a single swipe.
The MSR module is fitted on the
right-hand or left-hand side of the
keyboard module or screen module.
How To Operate
Run the swipe card through the slit of the swipe card reader from top to
bot tom in a quick and steady movement. Make sure that the magnetic
strip is to the right. When using swipe cards, the following should be
observed:
Swipe cards should never be allowed to come into contact with
liquids.
Swipe cards should not be bent or folded in any way.
Swipe cards should not be allowed to come into close contact with a
magnetic field.
Swipe cards should only be inserted in the top of the specially designed slit
of the reading device. If the card is inserted in another place, this could
damage the reading head.
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Cleaning Instructions
In order to guarantee good reading results, the swipe card reader should
be cleaned from time to time. This is carried out by using a special
cleaning card that can be purchased from Wincor Nixdorf.
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Keyboard (Option)
The keyboard is connected directly to the display via a USB interface. It is
fitted to the right-hand side of the screen. The keyboard is available with
or without a swipe card reader.
Cleaning Instructions
The keyboard should be cleaned with a germicide from time to time. Before cleaning in between the keys on the keyboard with a brush, loosen
and remove the key caps using the key removing device. Do not allow dust
to get in through the open keyboard mechanics.
Key Field
The key field comprises of max.
32 freely assignable keys.
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Exchanging the Keys
You can remove each of the
key caps using the key removal device enclosed,
pulling the key upwards.
Place the key removal device on the selected key
until you hear a click.
Now remove this key from
the keyboard by pulling it
upwards.
If the key that has been
removed is already labelled
you can change the
lettering as follows:
By using a thin object (e.g.
paper-clip etc.), press upwards against the plastic
cover through the opening
on the underside of the
key. Please refer to the
next chapter for instructtions on how to insert the
new label.
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Inserting Key Labels
Below you will find instructions on how to insert the key labels:
Each key should be labeled individually. You can use the empty labels delivered with the system to do so.
Key cover with mat side up
Labels for keys
Key cap
Place the label on the key
cap.
Insert the key cover with the mat side upwards until it clicks into place in
the key cap.
Inserting Key Caps
Insert the key cap in the
keyboard and press it firmly
into place.
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actuating cylinder
When inserting double
keys, please ensure that
the actuating cylinder is on
the left (horizontally
inserted key) resp. on top
(vertically insertion). Mind
to insert quadruple key
caps with the cylinder on
the upper left.
Swipe Card Reader In a Keyboard (optional)
The keyboard is available with or without a Swipe Card Reader. This
module corresponds to the module "Swipe Card Reader".
For technical data see the accordant chapter on page 75. Technical data of
the separate Swipe Card Reader comply with the data of the Swipe Card
Reader integrated in the keyboard.
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Waiter Lock (Option)
Each transaction is correctly assigned to the personnel by using the magnetic key. The magnetic keys are available in 10 different colours. The
magnet keys are waterproof, shatterproof and by the 16-digit key number
also safe for clear identification.
The operation of the system is very simple, the key is placed onto the
magnetic probe (see figure). The key is held magnetically to the probe and
transmits the data by an electrical USB interface.
The readout of the data may be integrated easily in a software application.
magnetic probe
Programming the "Electronic Key Controller" for the Waiter's Lock is
described in a separate "Programmer's Guide".
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Fingerprint Reader (Option)
An optical Scan technique identifies the finger print and assigns it to a person entitled to operate the terminal. This identification method is very
efficient and reliable. Even with low light intensity the device will provide
an excellent image quality.
Handling is very comfortable. Just put your finger on the blue glowing window. The reader quickly and automatically will scan your fingerprint.
For more information about function and handling contact DigitalPersona
www.digitalpersona.com
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lnstalling and Securing
Unpacking And Checking the Delivery Unit
Unpack the parts and check to see whether the delivery matches the
information on the delivery note. The delivery comprises the respective screen module. Data cables, necessary for operation, can be ordered separately. lf damage has occurred during shipping or if the
package contents do not match the delivery note, immediately inform
your Wincor Nixdorf sales outlet.
Transport the device only in its original packaging (to protect it
against impact and shock).
lnstalling the Base
Take the base and the screen out of the packaging. For installation you
will need a Phillips head screwdriver to loosen and tighten the screws!
Move the bezel (1) out of
the guidance of the screen
element.
①
Remove the base cover (2)
in direction of arrow.
②
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Loosen the four screws on
the screen for approx.
2 mm.
Put the screen element on
to the base.
Tighten monitor and base
with the four Phillips
screws, loosened before.
When demounting the base always make sure that all cables are
disconnected.
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Table Mounting
Underneath the cable cover there are two holes in the BA82 stand (see
arrows) with a diameter of 5.5 mm. The holes can be used to fix the stand
on the footprint with appropriated screws. We recommend using screws
with a diameter of 4.0 to 5.0 mm.
Note that the screw type is suitable for the footprint material.
Useful applications may be:
Determine a certain position e.g. above a cable aperture in the table.
Secure the display stand against “theft by passing”.
Protect the install position on a tilted footprint
Cable aperture
Cable aperture
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Mounting the Tube Adapter
Take the tube adapter out of the cardboard box and lay it next to the display. For the mounting you need a Phillips head screwdriver for fixing and
releasing the screws.
Loosen four screws at the
rear side of the BA82 and
put them aside.
Mount the tube adapter on
the rear side of the BA82
and fix it with the
previously removed screws.
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After cabling the display
put on the optional
available cover.
Put the display with the
adapter on the preinstalled
tube (1) and fix it with the
screw (2).
②
①
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Connection Bezel
The following sockets are located under the bezel of the screen:
USB- A PoweredUSB DC Power Jack/12V
(12V)
DVI- I
RJ10 (RMT)
USB- A
For external peripherals, can be used for MSR
PoweredUSB
Data transfer and/or current supply for the screen via
system e.g. BEETLE
Power Jack
Current supply for the screen via external power pack
(12V)
DVI-I
DVI or VGA data transfer from TFT display to the system
RJ10/RMT
RMT, "Remote", serves the on/off activation of the
BEETLE system. Corresponds to the function of the On
button at the BEETLE system.
If the power is not supplied by a BEETLE system you have to use an
external power supply unit.
Only UL Listed LPS (Limited Power Source) power supplies can be
used.
By connecting the system's cable the screen will be switched on.
Connecting BA82
Remove the bezel of the monitor and the cable cover of the base. Before
connecting cables switch off the system and disconnect it from the mains
supply.
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When laying this cable please mind to slightly clamp it (with a
loop) into the strain relief.
Lay the cable into the guidance inside the base.
Lay a USB-A cable loosely-fitting into the strain relief.
When passing the cables please mind the following maximal cable
diameters (in mm).
Fix cable with the strain
relief (see arrows).
Reinsert the cable cover and the bezel.
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Dual Display Holder (Option)
The Dual Display Holder offers the possibility to mount a customer display
to the rear side of a cashier display. This option needs little space so that
you can use your workplace in an optimized way.
The holder is screwed to a main display via a hanging (VESA), while the
main display is placed on a foot.
The second display (here the BA80) is to be hinged and fixed with screws
(see installation manual BA8x, Dual Display Holder).
Likewise, you can continue a BA82 with another BA82 or a BA82 with a
BA83.
A clever cable management not only prevents a cable disorder but adds an
elegant impression to the device.
BA82/BA80
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Mounting Positions
There are three mounting positions. Two (at the left and right hand side)
can be used to install Magnetic Card Reader; a keyboard may be installed
at the right hand side. The third position is located above the screen.
Other units (e.g. a camera, not available at that time) can be installed
above the screen.
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Ergonomic Terminal Workplace
Please observe the following when setting up your terminal workplace:
Avoid direct glaring and
reflective glaring. Use the
screen only in a controlled
luminance surounding.
Install the device with a
viewing direction that is
parallel to the windows.
Avoid reflective glaring
caused by electric light
sources.
permitted range of vision
0°
40°
30°
Position the screen within a
preferred and permit ted
range of vision, so that you
can look vertically onto the
screen.
30°
preferred range of vision
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Mounting Peripherals
Unpack the parts and check whether the delivery matches the details of
the delivery note.
Keyboard And Swipe Card Reader
The delivery contains the keyboard with Swipe Card Reader (SCR), the connected cable, the pre-installed holder (BA83), the holder of the BA82, two
screws and a set of keys including a key remover.
keyboard, SCR, cable and holder BA83
holder BA82
Do not release the loop! Turn the keyboard and push the cover aside (see
arrow).
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Loosen the two screws (see arrows) and remove the bracket.
Turn the screen around and remove the bezel (see page 19). Loosen the
screws beneath the cover.
Lift the screen out of the holder to the top. Lay the screen on an
appropriate base.
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Loosen the snap arms of the loudspeaker's bezel (see arrows).
Flap the bezel downwards. Carefully press out the blind screen from inside.
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Push the bracket (BA82) into the opening of the housing, so that high
buckled strapes are fitting in the slits.
Tilt down the bracket. Take care that the upper parts of the hooks (see
arrows) are above the plate!
The screws match with the keyholes. The holes are lying upon each other.
Tighten with two (delivered) screws.
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You must always discharge yourself (e. g. by touching a grounded
object) before mounting.
Take care to pull the connector off the keyboard.
Pass the keyboard cable through the housing of display into the cable
guidance and connect it (see arrow).
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Push keyboard beneath the bracket. Take care that the upper parts of the
hooks (see arrows) are above the plate! And the screws match with the
keyholes.
keyholes
screw
Tighten the keyboard, tauten and run the cable.
If you are going to use the USB interface at the backside of the BA82 then
run the cable through the strain relief as shown below. Put the cable loop
into the housing.
OSD cable connection keyboard cable connection
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If a device has a second hub, you can connect the keyboard at the next free
port on the hub. To do so, release the cable's loop and run the cable
through the strain relief.
strain relief
USB interfaces
Insert the cover of the keyboard as shown below. The metal bar is corresponding to the gap (1) and push it to the housing until it is engaged (2).
②
①
Flap the loudspeaker's bezel upwards and snap it into place.
Mount the monitor's stand.
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Magnetic Swipe Card Reader
The Magnetic Swipe Card Reader can be mounted on either the right or
the left side of the screen.
The delivery contains the Swipe Card Reader (SCR), the connected cable,
the pre-installed holder (BA83), a holder (BA82) and two screws.
SCR, cable and holder BA83
holder BA82
Do not release the cable loop. Turn the Swipe Card Reader and push the
cover side wards (see arrow).
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Mounting On the Right Side
Loosen the Torx screws and remove the bracket.
Turn the screen and remove the cover (see page 19). Loosen and remove
the screws beneath the cover.
Lift the screen out of the holder to the top.
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Loosen the snap arms of the loudspeaker's bezel (see arrows).
Flap the blind bezel downwards. Carefully press out the blind screen from
inside.
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Push the bracket (BA82) into the opening of the housing, so that high
buckled strapes are fitting in the slits.
Tilt down the bracket. Take care that the upper parts of the hooks (see
arrows) are before the plate!
The screws match with the keyholes. The holes are lying upon each other.
Tighten with two (delivered) screws.
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You must always discharge yourself (e. g. by touching a grounded
object) before mounting.
Take care to pull the connector off the swipe card reader.
Pass the swipe card reader cable through the housing into the cable guidance and connect it.
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Push the reader beneath the bracket so that the screws fit into the keyhole
and the holder lays under the clamps.
clamp
screw
keyhole
clamp
Tighten the screws.
Pass the cable loosely through the cable guidance and connect it to the
USB interface. Put the cable loop into the housing (see big arrow).
OSD
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If a device has a second Hub, you can connect the swipe card reader at the
next free port on the Hub. To do so, release the cable's loop and run the
cable through the strain relief.
strain relief
USB interfaces
Attach the cover of the Swipe Card Reader (1) and push it to the monitor
until it engages (2).
②
①
Flap the loudspeaker's bezel upwards and snap it into place.
Mount the monitor's stand.
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Mounting On the Left Side
Proceed as described above ("Mounting on the right side"). Disconnect the
cable to connect it to the USB interface at the rear side of the monitor.
Push the bracket of the Reader into the opening of the housing, so that the
holes are lying upon each other. Then tighten it.
Pass the cable into the cable guidance of the Swipe
Card Reader and connect it.
Push the reader beneath
the bracket, so that the
screws fit into the keyhole
and the holder lays under
the clamps.
Tighten the screws.
Pass the cable through the
cable guidance and connect
it to the USB interface. If a
HUB is available you should
use one of it's USB
interfaces. Do not release
the cable loop.
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Attach the cover of the
swipe card reader and push
it to the monitor until it
engages.
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Flap the loudspeaker's bezel upwards and snap it into place.
Mount the monitor's stand.
Drop the Cover
Remove the cover of the keyboard or the magnetic swipe card reader as
shown below
push down in the middle of the cover and
move it aside.
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Waiter Lock
The waiter lock can be mounted on either the right or the left side of the
screen.
The delivery contains the waiter lock (1), the connected cable (2), a preinstalled BA83 holder (3); a BA82 holder (4) and two screws (5).
⑤
②
④
③
①
Do not release the cable loop.
Turn the waiter lock and push the cover sideward (see arrow).
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Mounting On the Right Side
Loosen the Torx screws and remove the bracket (BA83) and put it aside.
Remove the bracket.
Loosen the screws of the retain plate.
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Move the retain plate out of the guide in direction of the arrows and lift
it up.
Pull the electronic element out of the housing.
You must always discharge yourself (e. g. by touching a grounded
object) before mounting.
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Loosen the screws and pull the plug.
Turn the screen and remove the cover (see page 19). Loosen the 4 mounting screws about 3 mm beneath the cover .
Lift up the screen out of the holder to the top. Lay the screen on an
appropriate base.
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Unlock the latch of the loudspeaker's bezel (see arrows). Flap the bezel
downwards.
Carefully press out the blind screen from inside.
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Pass the cable through the cable guidance and connect it to the USB interface. Put the cable loop into the housing (see big arrow).
OSD waiter lock
If you are going to use the USB interface at the backside of the BA82 then
connect the waiter lock to any free interface at the HUB. To do so, release
the cable's loop and run the cable through the strain relief (see page 41).
Pass the waiter lock cable through the housing.
Plug the jack to the connection of the waiter lock.
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Screw electronic and element together and clamp it into the housing until
it is engaged.
Screw the retain plate at the BA82.
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Put the cable of the waiter lock into the housing. Slip the waiter lock on the
retain plate and push it backwards. Make sure that the cable is not
crimped.
Screw the waiter lock to the retain plate.
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Put the housing of the waiter lock on the retain plate and push it until it is
engaged.
Control the cabling. Flap the loudspeaker's bezel upwards and snap it into
place. Mount the monitor's stand.
Mounting On the Left Side
Proceed as described above ("Mounting on the right side", page 45ff).
Fasten the retain plate of the waiter lock on the opening of the housing
rotated 180°.
Put the cable of the waiter lock into the housing. Slip the waiter lock on the
retain plate and push it backwards. Make sure that the cable is not
crimped.
Screw the waiter lock to the retain plate.
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Put the housing of the waiter lock on the retain plate and push it until it is
engaged.
Control the cabling. Flap the loudspeaker's bezel upwards and snap it into
place. Mount the monitor's stand.
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Fingerprint Reader
The fingerprint reader can be mounted on the right or the left side of the
screen.
The delivery contains the fingerprint reader (1), the connected cable (2),
a pre-installed BA83 holder (3); a BA82 holder (4) and two screws (5).
⑤
②
④
③
①
Do not release the cable loop.
Turn the fingerprint reader and push the cover sideward (see arrow).
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Mounting On the Right Side
Loosen the Torx screws and remove the bracket (BA83) and put it aside.
Remove the bracket.
Loosen the screws of the retain plate.
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Move the retain plate out of the guide in direction of the arrows and lift it
up.
Pull the plug (see arrow).
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Turn the screen and remove the cover (see page 19). Loosen the 4 mounting screws about 3 mm beneath the cover .
Lift up the screen out of the holder to the top. Lay the screen on an
appropriate base.
Unlock the latch of the loudspeaker's bezel (see arrows). Flap the bezel
downwards.
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Carefully press out the blind screen from inside.
Pass the cable through the cable guidance and connect it to the USB interface. Put the cable loop into the housing (see big arrow).
OSD fingerprint reader
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If you are going to use the USB interface at the backside of the BA82 then
connect the fingerprint reader to any free interface at the HUB. To do so,
release the cable's loop and run the cable through the strain relief.
Pass the fingerprint reader cable through the housing.
Screw the retain plate at the BA82.
Put the cable of the fingerprint reader into the housing. Slip the fingerprint
reader on the retain plate and push it backwards. Make sure that the cable
is not crimped.
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Screw the fingerprint reader to the retain plate.
Put the housing of the waiter lock on the retain plate and push it until it is
engaged.
Control the cabling. Flap the loudspeaker's bezel upwards and snap it into
place. Mount the monitor's stand.
Mounting On the Left Side
Proceed as described above ("Mounting on the right side", page 56ff).
Fasten the retain plate of the waiter lock on the opening of the housing
rotated 180°.
Put the cable of the fingerprint reader into the housing. Slip the fingerprint
reader on the retain plate and push it backwards. Make sure that the cable
is not crimped.
Screw the fingerprint reader to the retain plate.
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Put the housing of the fingerprint reader on the retain plate and push it
until it is engaged.
Control the cabling. Flap the loudspeaker's bezel upwards and snap it into
place. Mount the monitor's stand.
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On Screen Display (OSD)
A set of 4 buttons is located at the operator panel module.
Menu
select
left
right
scrolling
Power
Pressing the menu button will activate the OSD.
Depending on the selected function, a sub- menu option will be available
for a selection on the same screen.
There are two ways to exit the OSD menu:
via exit or
wait for the OSD to time-out (saves changes and exit).
The adjustments will be saved in each way.
There are a number of parameters that can be set via the OSD menu. In
the following all the selectable parameters that can be set via various OSD
sub menus are shown.
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Input Source
The Input Source indicates the active video channel.
analog input (VGA)
digital input (DVI)
Exit sub menu
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Display Setting
brightness
sub menu:
contrast
sub menu:
If the contrast is set too high, bright surfaces can no longer be distinguished from very bright surfaces. If the contrast is set too low, the maximum brightness will not be achieved.
Exit sub menu
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Colour Setting
The colour setting is only adjustable in the normal running temperature.
The display must run at least 20 minutes.
Auto Colour (auto colour adjustment at VGA mode
only)
sRGB settings
standard RGB settings
Colour temperature
Choose the colour temperature in the sub menus,
measured in K (Kelvin).
Choose "factory settings" in the Tools menu to set the
original settings again.
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Sub menu colour temperature
RGB Setting
manual setting
There are 5 basic settings:
4200K
5000K
6500K (setting, for example for image
processing or playing DVD)
7500K
9300K (setting for CAD/CAM applications)
Exit sub menu
Exit menu
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Image Setting (VGA Mode)
Auto scaling (auto adjustment)
Should the image setting be faulty during the initial
operation this function will adjust the image if necessary
you operate "Auto colour" in addition.
width
sub menu
Phase
Regulates the sampling rate for transfer the analog
amplifier into digital signals. This setting allows to
produce a sharp image.
Sub menu
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Horizontal position
sub menu
Vertical position
sub menu
exit sub menu
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Tools Menu
Factory setting
No reset of Image Setting (Screen width, phase,
horizontal/vertical position)
After reset to factory setting at VGA mode: it is
absolutely necessary to operate "Auto colour" (see
page 64), you can operate "Auto scaling" in addition
(see page 66).
Sharpness
The setting upgrades the contour of a blurred text by a
lower solution.
sub menu
Time out
For adjusting the time interval (scale from 1 up to 16
seconds) for displaying the OSD.
With time elapsed OSD will be closed
sub menu
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Information about firmware version
Exit sub menu
Volume Setting
volume
sub menu
exit sub menu
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EXIT OSD
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Technical Data BA82
Dimensions
Weight
Diagonal Screen size
Active screen size
(horizontal x vertical)
Cable length
Dimensions Display
Housing
w/o base
With base
Climate class
Operating temperature
Humidity
Frequencies
Solutions
Horizontal (KHz)
Vertical (Hz)
Horizontal
Vertical
Colour depth
Pixel Format
internal
extern
Reading Angle, right/left
top/ bottom
Inerface
Brightness
Backlight
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12.1"(30.7 cm)
246 mm x 184.5 mm
up to 3m
See following page
3.3 kg
4.5 kg
IEC 721 3/3 Class 3K3
+5 °C- + 40 °C
5%-85%
Absolute humidity
1g/m3 - 25g/m3
Condensation is not
permitted
37.9
60
800 Pixel
600 Pixel
Up to 16.7 Mio.
Approx. 0.31 mm x 0.31 mm
LVDS
DVI-I
+/- 80 °
60 °/80 °
typ. 410 cd/m²
LED
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Dimensions (mm)
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Capacitive Touch Screen
Resolutions
Horizontal
Vertical
16k
16k
Analog capacitive
anti reflection (capacitiv)
typ. 370 cd/m²
USB
Horizontal
Vertical
4K
4K
Infrared touch
anti-reflection
typ. 370 cd/m²
USB
LCD Technology
Surface
Brightness
Data transfer
Infrared Touch Screen
Resolutions
LCD technology
Surface
Brightness
Data transfer
Keyboard
Protocol
Power supply
Connection
Keyboard
Height
Width (mounted at the screen)
Depth
Weight
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HID 1.1 (Human Interface Device)
USB Bus-powered
USB- A (USB 2.0 compliant)
32 keys, freely assignable
179 mm
140 mm
40 mm
Approx. 800g
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MSR Inside Keyboard
Number of tracks
Coding of swipe cards
Reading speed
up to 3
according to ISO 7811-2
10 to 140 cm/sec.
MSR Module
Power supply
Connection
Protocol
Number of tracks
Coding of swipe card reader
Reading speed
Height
Width (Screen mounted)
Depth
Weight
USB Bus powered
USB-A (USB 2.0 compliant)
HID 1.1 (Human Interface Device)
up to 3
according ISO 7811-2
10 to 140 cm/sec.
179 mm
51 mm
40 mm
approx. 31Og
Waiter Lock Module
Power supply
Connection
Protocol
Interface
Height
Width (Screen mounted)
Depth
Weight
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USB Bus powered 5V/20mA
Cable with 5pin JST Connector (USB-A
plug)
HID 1.1 (Human Interface Device)
USB-A (USB 2.0 compliant)
77 mm
43 mm
40 mm
approx. 160 g
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Screen Driver Installation/ Installation Tool
A driver is available for the following operating systems:
Windows: Windows XP, WEPOS
Linux: WNLPOS
zur Verfügung.
You can find detailed information about the driver installation in the "Read
me" file on the internet.
http://www.wincor-nixdorf.com/internet/site_EN/EN/Support/
Downloads/POSLotterySystems/Driver/Display/Display_node.html
Calibrate the Touch Screen when you connected it for the first
time.
Current Consumption Of the Screen Module
The maximum power input of the BA82 is 2.6 A (12VDc).
Power consumption (nominal)
Power consumption (Standby)
Power consumption (Soft off)
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Programming the Keyboard And MSR
Utility KbUtiUSB is used for Programmable Wincor Nixdorf Keyboards with
a USB HID interface.
Programmability of Keyboard and Magnetic Swipe Card Reader (MSR)
allows to adapt them to special needs.
So you can:
define special start and end codes for the tracks of the Magnetic
Stripe Reader, in which case the data of the several tracks still con
form to standard ISO 7811
define arbitrary codes or strings of codes for the keys
port your existing application software with much less effort, as the
interface to the Magnetic Stripe Reader and Keyboard still may be
valid.
Interfaces
There are three interfaces:
Keyboard interface (handled by operating system)
MSR Interface (normally handled by application interface, e.g. OPOS,
JavaPOS, etc)
Firmware Update Interface (handled by Firmware Update Utility
As the keyboard interface is serviced by the operating system, normally only keyboard is programmed, as the HID interface to the MSR is in most cases serviced by an OPOS Service Object, a JavaPOS Device Service, etc.
It is, however, possible to program the MSR as well, e.g. if you want to get
the same codes for the BA82 MSR (having a USB HID interface) compared
to an already existing customer’s MSR (which has e.g. a PS/2 interface).PS/2 Interface).
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Files
On the Wincor Nixdorf Internet site you can find the KbUtiUSB package.
This package is written in Java and therefore there is a version for Windows and for WNLPOS (Wincor Nixdorf’s Linux Distribution).
KbUtiUSB requires at least a Java Runtime Version 1.4.2_06.
KbUtiUSB provides different modes of operation dependent on how it is
started:
No Batch Mode Parameter
dialog utility for programming keyboard
or even MSR
-s parameter
send a table to keyboard or even MSR
from a file (batch mode)
-r parameter
receive table from keyboard or even
MSR to a file (batch mode)
-c parameter
check if keyboard/ MSR is programmed
(batch mode)
-d parameter
reset keyboard/ MSR to default (batch
mode)
Return codes of KbUtiUSB running in batch mode indicate if operation was
OK rsp. which error occurred.
By convention files containing tables have the extension ‘.kbu’.
In some cases the power supply to the BA82 would have to be disconnected thus causing a reboot and the import of the new settings. Alternatively, you can use the SW command to activate the
"MSR legacy mode". This will transfer the programmed data without having to reboot the MSR.
For further details see:
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Modus
Keyboard and MSR may have two different states:
“Default”
This is the default state of keyboard and MSR, codes are
assigned by firmware
“Programmed”
In this case a table has been sent to keyboard or even
MSR
Creating Tables
Tables can be created and sent / received using KbUtiUSB under Windows
or WNLPOS.
At first a configuration has to be defined consisting of:
Kind of level handling to be provided for keyboard
The number of levels to be supported for keyboard
The target keyboard language
The type of the target device (here: BA8X keyboard)
Definition of codes is easy, as a Virtual Keyboard is used to define them.
There is no need to worry about codes, key symbols, syntax, etc. Just press
the keys of the Virtual Keyboard to get the codes or code strings entered.
There is provision of the differences between a US keyboard (101 keys) or
other keyboard (102 keys).
Assigned codes can be viewed one by one or the table as a whole. This information can also be written to a text file for documentation.
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Software Interfaces
Keyboard Codes (Standard)
(F1)
3B
3B 00
(F2)
3C
3C 00
(F3)
3D
(F4)
3E
3E 00
(F5)
3F
3F 00
(F6)
40
40 00
(F7)
41
41 00
(F8)
42
42 00
(F9)
43
43 00
(F10)
44
44 00
(Clft)
E0,4B
4B E0
(PgUp)
C
E0,49
49 E0
7
47
47 37
4
4B
4B 34
1
4F
4F 31
0
52
52 30
(ESC)
01
01 1B
(s)
1F
1F 73
(Crgt)
E0,4D
(PgDn)
E0,51
51 E0
(BS)
0E
0E 08
(u)
16
16 75
(Y)
15
15 79
(n)
31
31 6E
8
48
48 38
5
4C
4C 35
2
50
50 32
.
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53 2E
9
49
49 39
6
4D
4D 36
3
51
51 33
(CR)
1C
1C 0D
Scan Code of the keyboard
controller *
Note: Free key labelling; constant key function.
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Manufacturer’s Declaration And Approval
General Authorization
This device complies with the requirements of the di
rective 2004/108/EC with regard to “Electromagnetic
Compatibility” and 2006/95/EC "Low Voltage
Directive".
Therefore, you will find the CE mark on the device or packaging.
FCC-Class A Declaration
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a
Class A digital device, pursuant to part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are
designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference
when the equipment is operated in a commercial environment. This
equipment generates, uses, and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if
not installed and used in accordance with the instruction manual, may
cause harmful interference to radio communications.
Operation of this equipment in a residential area is likely to cause harmful
interference in which case the user will be required to correct the interference at his own expense.
Modifications not authorized by the manufacturer may void users authority to operate this device.
This class A digital apparatus complies with Canadian ICES-003.
Cet appareil numerique de la classe A est conforme à la norme NMB-003
du Canada.
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Tested Safety
The BA82 has been awarded the cUL- and UL- symbol.
Energy Star
The BA82 has been awarded the ENERGY STAR symbol.
User Information
Repair work on the devices should only be carried out by
authorized and specially trained personnel. Improper repairs will
lead to the loss of any guarantee and liability claims.
Extension boards with electrostatically endangered components
can be identified with this label.
Safety Information
This device conforms to the corresponding safety regulations for information technology devices, including electronic office machines for use in
the office environment.
If the device is moved from a cold environment to a warmer room
where it is to be operated, condensation could occur. The device must
be completely dry before being put into operation. Therefore an acclimatization time of at least two hours should be accounted for.
Lay all cables and supply lines so that nobody can tread on them or
trip over them.
Data cables should neither be connected nor removed during
electrical storms.
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Protect the device from vibrations, dust, moisture and heat, and only
transport the device in its original packaging (to protect it against
impact and blows).
Take care to ensure that no foreign objects (e.g. paper clips) or liquids
can get into the inside of the device, as this could cause electrical
shocks or short circuits.
In case of emergencies (e.g. damaged housing, liquid or foreign objects getting into the device), the device should be switched off
immediately, the mains plug of the BEETLE or PC should be removed,
and the Wincor Nixdorf customer service should be contacted.
If the LCD dis play element is broken and the liquid crystal
solution leaks out of the display and onto your hands, clothing
etc., wash your hands or clothing immediately with soap or
alcohol, holding them under running water for at least 15 minutes.
If the liquid comes into contact with your eyes, please consult a
doctor immediately.
Generally you should connect IT-devices only to power supply systems with
separately guided protective earth conductor (PE), known as TN-S networks. Do not use PEN conductors! Please also observe the recommendations of the norm DIN VDE 0100, part 540, Appendix C2, as well as
EN50174-2, §5.4.3..
Warranty
Wincor Nixdorf guarantees generally a warranty engagement for 12
months beginning with the date of delivery. This warranty engagement
covers all those damages which occur despite a normal use of the product.
Damages because of
improper or insufficient maintenance,
improper use of the product or unauthorized modifications of the
product,
inadequate location or surroundings
will not be covered by the warranty.
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For further information of the stipulation look at your contract.
All parts of the product which are subject to wear and tear are not included in the warranty engagement.
Please order spare parts at the Wincor Nixdorf customer service.
Instructions For Maintenance
Clean your BA82 regularly with an appropriate surface cleaning product.
Make sure that the device is switched off, connector cables are unplugged
and that no moisture is allowed to get into the inside of the device.
Please observe the maintenance and cleaning instructions for each of the
BA82 components. These instructions can be found in their respective
chapters.
Recycling
Environmental protection does not begin when time comes to dispose of
the BEETLE; it begins with the manufacturer.
The compact BA82 is manufactured without the use of CFCs and CCHS and
is produced mainly from reusable components and materials.
The processed plastics can, for the most part, be recycled. Even the precious metals can be recovered, thus saving energy and costly raw materials.
Please do not stick labels onto plastic case parts. This would help us to reuse components and material.
You can protect our environment by switching on your equipment only
when it is actually needed. If possible, even avoid the stand-by-mode as
this wastes energy, too. Also switch your equipment off when you take a
longer break or finish your work.
There are still some parts that are not reusable. Wincor Nixdorf guarantees
the environmentally safe disposal of these parts in a Recycling Center,
which is certified pursuant to ISO 9001 and ISO 14001.
So don’t simply throw your device on the scrap heap when it has served its
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time, but take advantage of the environmentally smart, up-to-date recycling methods!
Please contact your competent branch or the Recycling Center Paderborn
(for European countries) for information on how to return and re-use
devices and disposable materials under the following mail address:
Email: info@wincor-nixdorf.com
We look forward to your mail.
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Abbreviation Index
CE
cUL
DIN
DVI-I
EKC
EMI
EN
ESD
GS
IEC
IR
ISO
LCD
LED
LVDS
MSR
OSD
POS
SVGA
TCO
TFT
USB
UL
VDE
VESA
VGA
XGA
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European Symbol of Conformity
Canadian Registration (Recognized by UL)
Deutsche Industrie Norm (German Institute for Industrial
Standards)
Digital Visual Interface Integrated
Electronic Key Controller
Electromagnetic Interference
Europäische Norm (European Standard)
Electrostatic Discharge
Geprüfte Sicherheit (Proven Safety)
International Electro technical Commission
Infrared
International Organization for Standardization
Liquid Cristal Display
Light Emitting Diode
Low Voltage Differential Signal
Magnetic Stripe card Reader
On Screen Display
Point Of Sales
Super Video Graphics Array
Swedish confederation of professional employees
Thin Film Transistor Technology (LCD Technology)
Universal Serial Bus
Underwriters Laboratory (standards)
Verband Deutscher Elektrotechniker (German Electricians
Association)
Video Electronics Standard Association
Video Graphics Array
Extended Graphics Array
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Order No. / Bestell-Nr.: 01750158764H