7” Portable Touch Screen Setup Guide

Table Dock
Safety Instructions
7” Portable Touch Screen Descriptions
Follow this safety information for the Control4 7" Portable Touch Screen:
Front View
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WARNING! To avoid bodily harm, understand and follow these
safety precautions before operating the Control4 7" Portable Touch
Screen:
•Using worn-out or damaged power cords may result in electric shock or
fire.
•Always contact an authorized Control4® service provider for assistance if
7” Portable Touch Screen
Setup Guide
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AVERTISSEMENT! Pour éviter des dommages physiques,
comprenez et suivez ces mesures de sécurité avant d'actionner
l'écran tactile Control4® sans fil:
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Control4 7" Portable Touch Screen (model C4-TSM7-G-B)
with Control4 Navigator software pre-installed
Battery Pack (model # C4-BAT71)
Battery Cover with screw and plug
Table Dock
AC to DC Power Adapter and Power Cord (only use the power supply provided)
7” Portable Touch Screen Setup Guide (this document)
Accessories Available
• Additional Battery Pack (model #C4-BAT71)
• 7” Portable Touch Screen Dock (model #C4-TSMD-B)
Technical Specifications and Requirements
Specifications
Table 1-1. Hardware Specifications
Panel
7” XGA Color LCD Module
Resolution: 800 x 480
Luminance: Typ. 230 cd/m2 (AU) (Option: 170 cd/m2 (Toshiba))
Contrast Ratio: Typ. 500:1
Wireless
Built In IEEE802.11b/g Wireless LAN
Integral Antenna (b/g supported)
Dimensions
(H x W x D)
4“ x 9.5” x 5”
Weight
1.5 Kg
Network
WiFi (802.11 b/g) wireless access point (WAP) already configured to
communicate with a Control4 Controller (such as HC-200). See the
Control4 web site, http://control4.com, for recommended WAP
models.
Room Off button
Programmable buttons (4)
Microphone (not used)
AC Power indicator
Battery indicator
WiFi indicator
LEDs: The LEDs indicate the status of the power supply, battery charge, and WiFi
signal strength. See Table 1-2.
CAUTION! To avoid data loss or equipment damage, understand and
follow these safety precautions before operating the Control4 7”
Portable Touch Screen:
Table 1-2. Color Indication for LEDs
ATTENTION! Pour éviter la perte de données ou les dommages aux
équipments, comprenez et suivez ces mesures de sécurité avant
d'actionner le Control4® 7" ; Écran tactile tenu dans la main :
•Toujours paquets standard de batterie d'utilisation fournis avec le
Control4® 7" ; Écran tactile tenu dans la main. D'autres paquets de batterie
peuvent avoir différentes caractéristiques et peuvent endommager l'écran
tactile.
•Ne laissez pas le paquet de batterie entrer en contact avec d'autres objets
en métal.
•N'utilisez pas ou ne placez pas l'écran tactile près des sources de chaleur
ou ne l'exposez pas à la lumière du soleil directe pendant une période prolongée.
•Stockez-le dans un endroit frais et sec. N'employez pas les stylos ou les
objets pointus pour écrire sur l'écran.
IMPORTANT! Pour l'information importante concernant la perte de
puissance et de maintenir de batterie la vie de votre batterie, référezvous « à la gestion de “Battery Instructions”».
WICHTIG! Zu wichtiger Information betreffend Verlust der
Batterieleistung und des Beibehaltens des Lebens Ihrer Batterie,
beziehen Sie sich “Battery Instructions”.
The Control4® Touch Screen has two power sources: battery or dock with AC
adapter.
To install the battery:
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Indicator
Blue
Orange
Red
AC
Power
In dock and being
powered by dock
N/A
N/A
Battery
Full battery
Low battery
Extremely low battery
WiFi
Good network signal
Weak network signal
Very weak network signal
NOTE: When the battery power is critically low, the device can still be turned
on as long as the dock is plugged in to the AC adapter.
Direction Key: Use this cursor control to move the highlighter around the screen
(up, down, right, and left).
Touch Screen: Use this screen to perform operations and enter data by touching
the screen (no stylus required).
Connect the battery pack to
the connector provided in the
battery compartment, and then
place the battery in the
compartment.
NOTE: When the battery is first
connected, the device will power
up. The battery ships partially
charged, but the device should
charge in its dock for four (4) hours
before extended use.
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Cover the battery compartment
with the cover plate provided,
and then secure the plate with
the screw and plug provided.
Top View
Modes When Docked
Suspend button
VORSICHT! Vorsicht! Um Datenverlust oder Ausrüstungsschaden zu
vermeiden, verstehen Sie und vor dem Betrieb des Control4® 7" folgen Sie
diese Sicherheitsanweisungen; Handtouch Screen:
IMPORTANT! For important information regarding loss of battery
power and maintaining the life of your battery, refer to “Battery
Instructions”.
7. Speaker (not used)
8. Mute button
9. Volume Up/Down buttons
10. Channel Up/Down buttons
11. Select key & direction keys
12. Touch screen
Unterstützung in Verbindung, wenn irgendeine Reparatur oder Justage
angefordert wird.
screen. Other battery packs may have different specifications, and may
cause damage to the touch screen.
•Do not allow the battery pack to contact other metal objects.
•Do not use or place the touch screen near sources of heat or expose it to
direct sunlight for an extended period of time. Store it in a cool and dry
place.
•Do not use pens or sharp objects to write on the screen.
Power jack
Install the Battery
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•Unter Verwendung abgedroschenen oder beschädigt kann Netzanschlusskabel Elektroschock oder Feuer ergeben.
•Treten Sie immer mit einem autorisierten Control4® Diensterbringer für
•Always use standard battery packs supplied with the Control4 touch
Speaker jack
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any repair or adjustment is required.
WARNUNG! Um Körperverletzung zu vermeiden, verstehen Sie und
folgen Sie diese Sicherheitsanweisungen bevor Sie den drahtlosen
Control4® Touch Screen betreiben:
Carefully unpack the Control4® 7" Portable Touch Screen from the box and
ensure the following items are included in the box. Contact your Control4
Dealler immediately if you find any missing or damaged component.
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autorisé pour l'aide si n'importe quelle réparation ou ajustement est exigée.
What’s in the Box
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•Utilisant usé ou endommagé les cordons de secteur peuvent avoir
comme conséquence la décharge électrique ou le feu.
•Entrez en contact avec toujours un fournisseur des services Control4®
Supported Model
• C4-TSM7-G-B (Portable Touch Screen, WiFi)
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The Control4 7" Portable Touch Screen has the following modes:
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Right View
•Immer Gebrauchstandardbatteriesätze geliefert mit dem Control4® 7"
Handtouch Screen. Andere Batteriesätze können verschiedene Spezifikationen haben und können Schaden des Touch Screen verursachen.
•Lassen Sie den Batteriesatz mit anderen Metallgegenständen nicht in
Verbindung treten.
•Benutzen Sie oder setzen Sie den Touch Screen nicht nahe Quellen der
Hitze oder setzen Sie ihn direktem Tageslicht während eines ausgedehnten Zeitabschnitts aus. Speichern Sie es in einem kühlen und trockenen
Platz.
•Benutzen Sie nicht Federn oder scharfe Gegenstände, um auf den
Schirm zu schreiben.
Headphone
jack
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Off: Screen is dark, AC Power indicator is dark, and battery indicator is dark
(touch screen has no power). To power up the device, ensure that either the
battery is connected and charged, or the dock’s power cord is connected to
the dock and the touch screen is properly seated in the dock.
Suspend: Screen is dark. but AC Power indicator is lit. To wake up the device,
press any button.
Screensaver: Screensaver is running. To wake up the device, touch the
screen.
Wake: Screen displays anything other than a screensaver. To place the
device in Sleep mode, press the Suspend button.
Connect to Power Supply
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Back View
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Plug the DC power supply into the
power jack on the Table Dock. Plug the
power adapter into a power outlet. The
AC Power indicator lights up.
When the Touch Screen is docked, or
when a charged battery is installed,
wake up the touch screen by either
touching the screen or by pressing any
button.
NOTE: The Touch Screen must be
connected to a power supply for four (4) hours in order for the battery to be
fully charged.
1. Mini USB port: Use to restore software
from USB stick (not provided)
2. Reset button (inside pinhole)
3. Battery compartment
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Configure the Network Settings
In order for this Touch Screen to communicate with the other devices in the
Control4 Home-Automation System, you must configure the network settings.
To configure the network settings for this device:
1. Ensure that the WiFi (802.11b/g) wireless access point (WAP) is configured to
communicate with a Control4 Controller.
2. Gather the following wireless network information from your WAP:
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If you have the password, go to Config > Disable View, enter the password,
and then press Director to deselect it. Now press the Director button again,
and you should be able to view the Director page.
In the Director list of IP addresses, highlight your Controller’s IP address. A
“Connecting…” message displays first, and then the address displays your
current connection.
SSID (Service Set Identifier).
WEP/WPA security key, if enabled.
IP Addressing Requirements: The default is DHCP (with dynamic addresses). If
you need to use a static IP address instead, you must provide a network IP
address for this device.
On the Touch Screen, press More >
Settings > Network.
Under Wireless, select Enable.
4.a If you don’t see the network you
want, select Other.
4.b At Network Name, select to add
the SSID or name of the
wireless network when the
keyboard appears.
4.c At Security, select None, WEP
64, WEP 128, or WPA.
4.d At Password, type the password given to you by the person who set up
your home’s wireless network (Control4 Dealer or Installer).
4.e Select Connect. Notice that the IP settings change.
The IP address is set to DHCP by default. If you need to set a static IP address
instead, complete the following steps:
5.a On the Network page, press Static.
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Verify that the Name, IP Address, and default location (room) display on the
Touch Screen to ensure that you have all the correct connection.
Troubleshooting
If you experience operational problems with the Control4® 7” Portable Touch
Screen, check the following subsections for system troubleshooting. If problems
persist, please contact your Control4 Dealer.
Battery Operation Problems
If main battery is low
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Replace or recharge the battery as soon as possible.
Plug in the AC-DC adapter, and continue using the Touch Screen.
If the battery appears to be damaged or has reached the end of its service life
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Purchase a new battery by contacting your Control4 Dealer.
If the Touch Screen turns off automatically
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Check whether the battery power is too low or completely drained.
Check whether the system is in Suspend mode (refer to “Modes When
Docked”).
Tap the screen to check whether the display will activate.
Plug in the AC-DC adapter to charge the battery.
If the Touch Screen does not turn on when not connected to dock
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Make sure the battery pack is inserted.
The battery power may be too low to run the touch screen. Try connecting it to
the dock.
Display Related Problems
5.b Select each box one at a time and type the address: IP Address, Subnet
Mask, Default Gateway, Preferred DNS, and Alternate DNS. When the
keyboard appears, type the address, and then press Done.
5.c Press OK to return to the Network page.
You can now connect to a Control4 Director running on a Control4 device on the
network.
If the screen appears dark
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Excessive exposure to direct sunlight may cause the Touch Screen to darken
temporarily. This is a natural consequence for LCD screens and is not
permanent.
If the screen appears blank
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Restart the Touch Screen by pressing the Suspend button for 10 seconds.
Battery Cell Over-Discharge Notice
When the battery is discharged to a certain low voltage, the battery cell will be
damaged permanently, and its capacity will drop dramatically (over-discharge
condition). If the over-discharge condition occurs several times, the battery cell is
ruined. Over-discharge failure is not covered by the standard product warranty.
Warranty
Operation Management
About this Document
When the battery pack is attached to a device, it is possible for the battery pack to
lose battery power due to the small standby current of the system. Use the dock
or cradle to charge the battery if the system is not used for several days.
When the device is idle for a few days without charging, we recommended that
you separate the battery pack from the device to extend the battery life and to
help prevent battery cell over-discharge. To maintain the life of the battery, you still
need to recharge it periodically, due to a self-discharge feature in the battery cell.
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A battery kept in storage without being used for a long time loses power and must
be recharged before use. To recharge a stored battery to 100% of its capacity, use
the dock or cradle.
WARNING! If charging to 100% of capacity is necessary, do not store
battery packs next to each other. Any battery pack with high energy is
dangerous at high temperatures, and storing two (2) or more of these
battery packs next to each other fully charged only increases the danger.
AVERTISSEMENT! Si le remplissage à 100% de la capacité est
nécessaire, ne stockez pas les paquets à côté d'un des autres de batterie.
N'importe quel paquet de batterie avec la haute énergie est dangereux à
températures élevées et le stockage de deux ou de plus de ces paquets
de batterie à côté de l'un l'autre a entièrement chargé seulement des
augmentations le danger.
WARNUNG! Wenn die Aufladung bis 100% der Kapazität notwendig ist,
speichern Sie Batteriesätze nicht nahe bei gegenseitig. Irgendein
Batteriesatz mit Hochenergie ist an den Hochtemperaturen gefährlich und
die Speicherung zwei oder mehr dieser Batteriesätze nahe bei einander
lud völlig nur Zunahmen die Gefahr auf.
Regulatory Information
FCC Information
FCC Interference Statement
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a 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 instructions, may
cause harmful interference to radio communications. 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 of the following measures:
Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.
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System Operation Problems
Configure in Composer
Using the Composer software of your choice, add and configure the Control4® 7”
Portable Touch Screen to your project.
1. Start Composer and connect locally to Director.
2. Add the touch screen object to the project:
If the Touch Screen locks up or runs slowly
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2.a In the System Design View (default view) project tree (left pane),
highlight the room where this Touch Screen resides.
3.
2.b Under My Drivers, double-click Touch Screen - 7” Portable.
Identify the device:
3.a Go to the Connections view > Network tab (left pane).
3.b In the IP Network Connections list (center pane), highlight
Touch Screen - 7” Portable, and then click Identify.
3.c When prompted in the Composer screen, press the button on the Touch
Screen as indicated on the Identify screen in Composer to identify it to the
network.
3.d When the address displays in Composer, click Close.
Connect to a Control4 Controller
NOTE: The Control4 7" Portable Touch Screen controls are auto-populated
by a project on the Controller that it connects to. If the subsystem buttons are
not lit and no default room is displayed, you are not connected to a Controller.
1.
2.
3.
On the Home page, press the More > Settings buttons.
Press the Director button.
If the Director page does not display, the Director view has probably been
disabled; you must provide a password to enable it.
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If you need the password, contact your Control4 Dealer.
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Try to reset the system by pressing the Reset button on the back of the screen.
You may need to use the tip of a pen to press the button.
If pressing the Reset button does not solve the problem, press the Suspend
button for memory initialization (see “Top View” for the location). This will reset
all configurations, and will require completing the setup process again. Do this
by pressing and holding the Suspend button for at least 10 seconds until the
Touch Screen reboots. Continue to press and hold the Suspend button until the
on-screen instructions “Release button now to reset the network settings”
appears. Release the button.
Try to unplug the dock and plug it back in.
If the Touch Screen is damaged
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Contact your Control4 Dealer from whom you purchased the Touch Screen.
If you have network connection problems
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View the system's wireless status by checking the WiFi indicator LED.
Make sure that you have provided the required network configuration
information described in “Configure the Network Settings”.
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If using WEP or WPA, ensure that the same key is being used on the touch
screen, and at the Wireless Access Point (WAP).
Make sure the access point is connected to the proper network jack while it is
functioning in the network infrastructure mode.
Battery Instructions
Battery Charging
For safety reasons, the battery pack is shipped only partially charged. When you
are ready for use, fully charge the battery pack by using the cradle for
approximately four (4) hours.
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.
FCC Caution
Any changes or modifications not expressly approved by the party responsible for
compliance could void the user's authority to operate this equipment.
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
(2) this device must accept any interference received, including interference that
may cause undesired operation.
FCC ID: R33C4TSM7G
Industry Canada Statement
The Class B digital apparatus complies with Canada ICES-003.
Cet appareil numerique de la classes B est conforme a la norme NMB-003
du Canada.
Australia/New Zealand
This product has been tested to the requirements of, and shown to be
in compliance with, the following requisite standards:
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AS/NZS CISPR 22: 2002—Information Technology Equipment—Radio disturbance
characteristics.
AS/NZS 4771: 2000—Spread Spectrum Equipment using 900MHz, 2.4GHz and
5.8GHz bands.
AS/NZS 60950-1: 2003.
Recycling
For information on recycling, please go to www.control4.com/recycling.
Limited 2-year Warranty. Refer to http://www.control4.com/warranty.
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