A4 Tech. G10 -770L User manual

User Manual
Model: G9-200/ G9-250/ G9-310/ G9-320/
G9-350/ G9-400/ G9-600/ G9-630/ G9-640
Federal Communications Commission Requirements
The equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for Class B Digital Device, pursuant to part
15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference
in a residential installation. This equipment generates uses and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not
installed and used in accordance with the instruction, may cause harmful interference to radio communication.
However, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation. If this equipment
does cause harmful interference to radio or television reception, which can be determined by turning the
equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or more of the following
●Reorient of relocate the receiving antenna.
●Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver.
●Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the receiver is connected.
●Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help.
This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the following two conditions:
(1) This device may not cause harmful interference, and receiver.
(2) This device must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause undesired
FCC Radiation Exposure Statement
The equipment complies with FCC radiation exposure limits set forth for uncontrolled equipment and meets
the FCC radio frequency (RF) Exposure Guidelines in Supplement C to OET65. The equipment has very low
levels of RF energy that it is deemed to comply without testing of specific absorption ratio (SAR).
1. Hardware Installation
1). Connect the Multi-link receiver
Take out the Multi-link receiver from bottom of the
mouse and connect it to your computer.
2). Insert the batteries
Open the battery cover and insert the supplied batteries.
Note: Make sure the positive (+) and negative (-) ends of the battery match the polarity indicators inside the
battery compartment.
3). Turn on your Mouse
Push the power switch to ON position and turn on your mouse. >>Then LED light at the bottom of the mouse
is on immediately.
4). Position the wireless mouse and Multi-link receiver within 15m operating range (Note: The actual distance
depends on the environment.)
Note: For more functions such as RF Channel Lock, Gesture 16-in-1, 4-way Wheel and so on, please install
the G9 16-in-1(enclosed in the CD) software first!
2. Software Installation (Note: The software is applicable to Windows 2000/ XP/ 2003/ Vista/ Windows 7)
1). Uninstall previous installed mouse software.
2). Insert the enclosed CD to start installation and follow the on-screen instructions to finish the software
3). The shortcut icon "
" will appear on your desktop screen, and then you have successfully installed the
software. (Otherwise, installation is failed and you have to remove the software and re-install.)
To remove the software, follow the steps:
Go to Start >> Programs >> A4TECH Software >> G9 16-in-1 >> Uninstall G9 16-in-1
To launch the software
Double click on the icon " " at the right-down corner of your system tray or double click on the icon "
your desktop screen. The "Main Menu" of "16-in-1" software will pop up.
3. Knowing the "16-in-1" software
"16-in-1" software offers programmable 16 functions in 1 click with RIGHT button.
" at
Display current
mouse settings
Adjustable DPI:
800-1000-12001600-2000 DPI
Selectable report rate:
125 / 250 / 500 Hz for office,
drawing or gaming applications
Main Menu of "16-in-1" software
Gesture 16-in-1
1). Click " " of "Gesture Button
will pop up as below.
" at the "Main Menu" page and select "Gesture 16-in-1". The setup screen
Setup Screen
2). Click any " " at "Setup Screen", you will see the function list. Now you may setup 16 most-frequentlyused commands to the "Gesture Button ", and then click "Apply" at "Main Menu" of "16-in-1" software to save
your new setting! There are more than 30 commands you may select, including Keyboard, Mouse, Office, Text,
Multimedia, Internet and Open a file.
3). Knowing "16-in-1" functions
Function list
Function instruction
No Setting
There is no button setting being defined.
You may setup the "Gesture Button " to simulate a keyboard’s keystroke, or a key
combination with “Win”, “Ctrl”, “Shift” and “Alt”, then followed with any keystroke on the
keyboard, and then assign it to the "Gesture Button ".
You may setup "Gesture Button " to be one of “mouse left button, mouse right button,
wheel up and wheel down”.
Open a File
You may setup the "Gesture Button " to open a file or program by one-click during
1). Select “Open a File” from the pull-down menu of the "Gesture Button " as "Figure 1"
Figure 2
2). A screen of file listings will pop up as "Figure 2" shows.
3). Select a file that you would open it with the "Gesture Button " and click “Open”.
4). Now you can see a file you selected has been assigned to "Gesture Button ."
5). Click “Apply” to save the new setting.
Example: While make a presentation, it is embarrassing to keep others waiting due to searching for a
document, or look up for a program or a shortcut. With “Open a File” function, you may have better way to
resolve this issue. By setting up "Gesture Button" in association to the document, program or shortcut, all
you need to do is to open any file instantly with "Gesture Button" .
Office Sets
You may setup any one of Office command sets such as: “Zoom In, Zoom Out, Paste
Text” to the "Gesture Button ".
1. Zoom In/Out One click to perform zoom in or zoom out function, applicable to CAD,
ACDSee, Windows or text editing programs.
2. Paste Text One click to perform “Select, Copy & Paste” texts, it turns office jobs can
never be so simple.
Quick access to Office, such as: New File, Open File, Save File, Redo, Undo.
Quick access to Multimedia commands, such as: Media Player (Open), Previous, Next,
Stop, Play/Pause, Mute, Volume+, Volume-…etc.
Quick access to usually used Internet commands, such as: Backward, Forward, Stop,
Refresh, Search, My Favorite, Web Browser, E-mail...etc.
How to use "Gesture Button " as "16-in-1" function
Press and hold the gesture button to draw any of 16 lines and
directions as shown on the right, then release the button. The
corresponding commands will be executed immediately, including
Keyboard, Mouse, Office, Text, Multimedia, Internet and open a file,
which can be preset and store to your receiver memory.
Diagrams of 16 mouse
Example 1:
as “Zoom In” command by default, when you are viewing a picture with ACDSee, or browsing a PPT
file in the Office, or Reading a PDF file…etc, just pressing the “Gesture Button ”and draw the line as shown
below, then release the “Gesture Button ”, the picture or the document will be zoomed in immediately.
a. Start: Press the "Gesture Button
b. Track of the drawing line: Draw the line as the
arrow direction.
c. End: Release the "Gesture Button
d. Then the picture has been zoomed in.
Example 2:
See the contrast in EXCEL after drawing the line.
Now let's take "
1. Select "
2. Click "
" as example to show you how to use these functions
" icon to represent "Zoom In" as shown:
" to close the setup screen.
” to save to receiver’s memory.
3. Click “
4. Draw the line in Excel.
After drawing the line, the column has been enlarged
Draw the line in Windows Picture and Fax Viewer.
After Drawing Line, the picture has been enlarged
DPI Setting
Click " " on "DPI Settings" of the Main Menu of "G9 16-in-1" software to adjust 5-level sensitivities among
800-1000-1200-1600-2000 DPI depending on different display applications
The icon
will be displayed at the system tray when you adjust the DPI-level. You also can
change the DPI-level directly by pressing the DPI shift button(upon the model used).
Illustration of Mouse DPI
DPI Indication
Mouse Report Rate
Mouse Report Rate is the term that how many times the mouse sends data to the computer in one second.
For instance, "Report Rate 500Hz" means "the mouse sends 500 times of data to the computer in one second".
G9 16-in-1 offers 3 report rates, e.g., 125Hz, 250Hz9and 500Hz respectively. The higher times stands for
the smoother the cursor movement and precise click response, especially suitable for game play, which
requires high speed and quick response. (For a conventional mouse, the report rate is 125Hz).
According to various applications, the bandwidth is divided into 3 report rate levels:
1X Speed: USB report rate is 125Hz, suitable for office and general users, power consumption is the lowest.
2X Speed: USB report rate is 250Hz, suitable for CAD users, power consumption is normal.
4X Speed: USB report rate is 500Hz, suitable for heavy-duty game players, power consumption is high.
Task listing of G9 16-in-1
Left or Right click on the icon "
" at the right-down corner of your
system tray, you will see “G9 16-in-1 Task Listing” pops up as shown
Following will brief each task and its functionality.
1). Auto Launch on Boot
If this task is selected, G9 16-in-1 will be auto-executed when the system
boots up.
2). Mouse-Control Panel
Select "Mouse-Control Panel" will open "Mouse Properties" setup screen
of your Windows system, e.g., you may setup mouse pointers and other
often -used mouse settings.
Mouse-Control Panel
3). 4-Way Wheel
Step 1: Right-click on the icon "
" at the right-down
corner of your system tray and select "4-way Wheel".
Step 2: See instructions on the popped 4-way Wheel window to learn on how to execute vertical and
horizontal scrolling.
A. The 4-way Wheel is the latest scrolling technology. It splits working screen into 2 areas, A and B as shown.
Depending on cursor position, the wheel will perform vertical or horizontal scrolling. For instance, when the
cursor locates within A area, the wheel will perform vertical scrolling, and when the cursor locates within B
area, the wheel will perform horizontal scrolling. It saves tremendous works instead of pulling the scrollbars,
especially when working with Excel spreadsheet.
B. In practice, you may click and move the Red split icon to change the ratio of A and B areas. You may
perform Vertical and Horizontal scrolling by just moving the cursor in and out of A or B areas, which saves a lot
of efforts than pulling Windows’ scrollbars!
Note: If the option of "Normal Wheel" is selected, the wheel will perform as a normal mouse wheel, and “4way Wheel” function won't be launched.
4). Power Management
Click on the icon
at the right-down corner of your system tray and select
"Power Management" to define wake-up modes and sleeping time.
According to the stand-by status, the intelligent power-saving management
supports "Slight, Little, Middle & Deep" 4 working modes. User may define
the time interval to enter into the Deep Sleeping Mode, and 6 seconds enter
into Deep Sleeping Mode after the PC is power off.
Move to Wake Up:
This is convenient to awake the mouse, and it consumes 0.35mA current
when in stand-by status.
Click to Wake Up:
This requires a click to awake the mouse, yet it consumes as less as
0.03mA current in stand-by status.
Check Battery power:
Click "Battery indicator" in "power-saving management" to check the battery
power status.
Low Battery Inform:
When the mouse power is low, Low Battery Inform page will pop up at the
right corner of your screen to remind you to replace the batteries in time.
Low Battery Inform Page
5). RF Channel Setting:
at the right-down corner of your system tray and select "RF Channel Setting" to indicate
Click on the icon
RF signal and set a specific channel to avoid RF interference.
Auto Channel Hopping:
This is G9 16-in-1 default setting. Applicable to single-alone user, or when
there is no wireless interference nearby.
If there is more than one set of wireless Mice& KBs are used in the same
site, you may perform "Channel-lock" to assign exclusive channel for each
device so as to avoid "Auto Channel Hopping" wireless conflicts and get
"Zero-lag" better performance.
RF Channel Setting
Detect Receiving Signal Level:
Moving the mouse, the indicator will display current signal level. The less
level value means the better receiving signal, value under 120 means the
devices are working in good condition. The value may increase when
working in a long range venue, or there is strong interference. Try different
allocation of mouse and receiver till the best improvement is secured.
Signal Level Indicator
6). Best Wireless Signal Monitoring
at the right-down corner of your system tray and select "Best Wireless Signal Monitoring"
Click on the icon
to indicate RF signal and help to find the optimal locationl to avoid RF interference.
Search and Keep away from Wireless Conflicts:
If wireless mouse is not working smoothly due to wireless conflicts, use
wireless signal monitoring to monitor and improve the signal level and get
best improvements.
Detect Receiving Signal Level:
Moving the mouse, the indicator will display current signal level. The less
level value means the better receiving signal, value under 120 means the
devices are working in good condition. The value may increase when
working in a long range venue, or there is strong interference. Try different
allocation of mouse and receiver till the best improvement is secured.
Suggest Improvements:
1. Use a USB extension cable for the receiver and keep it away from the
computer or any interfering sources. It is highly recommended to use it for
the long range meeting venue or when there is strong wireless conflict
2. Plug receiver on the same side with the mouse, it may avoid potential
wireless conflicts from the notebook computer.
7). A4tech G-Family
Click on the icon
at the right-down corner of your system tray and
select "A4tech G-Family" to add new mice and keyboards.
Effective Meeting:
Multi-link receiver is designed with memory, The “New Mice/KBs ID Pairing”
program allows to link up to 3 sets XFAR G3/ G5/ G7/ G9/ G10 series of
mice & KBs to operate on the same computer. The “A4tech G-Family”
program provides the best sharing of meeting to consolidate all member
The Multi-link receiver allows to link up to 3 sets XFAR G3/ G5/ G7/ G9/
G10 series of mice & KBs. You may leave it installed on your notebook and
use any paired mice and keyboards at home or in the office.
The red-colored of Multi-link G9 receiver is also available with single gift box. It is back compatible and
supports A4Tech's G3, G5, G7 and G10 series, making them reunion as a family. Note that functions of
multiple buttons will be restricted for those limited buttons of some back models. And Multi-link function
does not applicable to G6 series.
Click “
” will start to add new mice and keyboards. (For better operation, you may
need another mouse to perform ID pairing before the wireless mouse is applicable).
The Multi-link, red-shelled receiver may works with up to 3 sets of mice and keyboards simultaneously.
With each attendant a mouse in hand, it increases efficiency. See more details on below “New IDs for
Mice/KBs” and “How to Add a New Device Using New Mice/KBs ID Pairing” sections.
If more mice or keyboards are used in working, please pair the new mice/KBs.
Into G-Family Management:
In this section, you will be able to manage the linked mouse and keyboard.
Click “Into G-Family Management” will bring the management screen as
shown on the right.
Management of Linked Mice and Keyboards:
From the screen, you may see the listing of linked mice and keyboards with
their IDs. You may tick or tick off the box to “Enable” or “Disable” the
devices, or “Delete” them forever.
Special Note:
Each mouse and keyboard of G9 16-in-1 will have an exclusive ID code by
default in the factory. Such ID code is derived randomly from 262,144
combinations. However, in case the ID codes duplicate, please send back
the products for maintenance.
Multi-link Management
.Follow on-screen instructions to perform “ID Pairing” as shown on the
right, click “Next” to continue.
Press any key to wake up the mouse before “ID pairing” is performed.
>>Locate the power switch (Normally you can find it on the mouse bottom
>> Make sure the power switch is in OFF position and then switch it to ON
position within 30 seconds. (If power switch is in ON position, switch it to
OFF and back to ON position within 30 seconds).
>> After above procedure is completed, the mouse will start to perform
pairing procedure with the receiver; wait for seconds, the next screen will
pop up as shown after ID pairing is completed.
.After ID pairing is completed, move the mouse and reply YES if mouse
moves fine, then click NEXT. In case the ID pairing fails, click “BACK” to
repeat steps 2, 3 and perform the ID pairing procedure again.
. After above ID pairing is completed, you can follow the below steps:
1 Click "OK" to complete the ID pairing.
2 If you need to perform another ID pairing for the new devices, click “New
Mice/KBs ID Pairing” again and repeat above steps 2, 3, 4 to perform
another ID pairing.
After you have finished adding all the new mice and keyboards, click “Into
G-Family Management” to manage the multiple mice and keyboards.
Multi-link Management
Innovative GlassRun Technology (Low Power Consumption, High Performance Optical Engine)
The "GlassRun" is the new technology that it collects all the diffusion light
and improves image quality. It saves 30% power consumption than a
conventional mouse and works even on the slightly dusty glass.
Note: In case the cursor movement is not smooth when working on the
extremely clean glass, put on some handprints will get immediate
Schematic Diagram of
To ensure that your mouse sends and receives perfectly, please read below instructions for your reference:
1. Avoid Channel Confliction from Auto Channel Hopping
1). Left-click on the icon "
" at the right-down
corner of your system tray and select "RF
Channel Setting".
2. Avoid Interference from iron panel of PC.
Please plug the Multi-link receiver into
2). Select "Channel-lock" to define a private channel to
secure better wireless communication quality.
to avoid shielding wireless signal when placing at
USB Ports
3. Use USB extension cable to position the Multi-link receiver at a far location to prevent electromagnetism
interference from devices
4. Avoid using the wireless mouse on a metal surface. Metals such as iron, aluminum, or copper shield the
radio frequency transmission and slow down the mouse's response time or cause the mouse to fail temporarily.
5. The radio frequency is 2.4GHz, it is safe for our bodies, but please be cautious in using cardiac pacemaker
or other body auxiliary instruments.
Troubleshooting & FAQ
If the mouse is not working:
1. Make sure the mouse power is on.
2. Try another USB port.
3. Ensure the Multi-link receiver is inserted.
4. Check battery and battery installation.
Product Support
Need help with technical support? Please go to:
http://www.a4tech.com/ennew/support.asp and our support team will respond within 72 hours.
**Features and specifications of all A4TECH products are subject to change without notification.