Elo TouchSystems D-Series User guide

D-Series Touchcomputer User Guide
D-Series LCD Multi-function Touchcomputer
[Model D-Series]
Elo TouchSystems
D-Series Touchcomputer User Guide
Multi-function Touchcomputer
Revision D
P/N E674343
Elo TouchSystems
1-800-ELOTOUCH (1-800-356-8682)
www.elotouch.com
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TouchSystems to notify any person of such revisions or changes.
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Table of Contents
Chapter 1: Setup..................................................................................... 1
Unpacking Your Touchcomputer ....................................................................................................1
Adjusting the Display ......................................................................................................................2
Setting Up the Operating System.....................................................................................................2
Testing Peripherals...........................................................................................................................9
Calibrating the Touchscreen ..........................................................................................................10
Securing the Base...........................................................................................................................11
Advertising Brackets......................................................................................................................11
Chapter 2: Operation............................................................................ 13
On-Screen Display (OSD) .............................................................................................................14
LED Functionality .........................................................................................................................15
Using the Input/Output Panel.........................................................................................................17
Chapter 3: Options and Upgrades....................................................... 20
Adding Optional Peripherals..........................................................................................................20
Magnetic Stripe Reader (MSR) .....................................................................................................21
Customer Display...........................................................................................................................23
Fingerprint Reader (FPR) ..............................................................................................................24
Barcode Scanner ............................................................................................................................25
Wireless Card.................................................................................................................................30
Solid State Drive ............................................................................................................................31
Third-Party Peripherals..................................................................................................................31
Chapter 4: Safety and Maintenance .................................................... 33
Safety .............................................................................................................................................33
Care and Handling .........................................................................................................................34
Recovering the Operating System .................................................................................................35
Chapter 5: Technical Specifications ................................................... 43
Touchcomputer Specifications.......................................................................................................43
Connector Specifications ...............................................................................................................47
Cash Drawer Port Specifications ...................................................................................................48
Display Screen Specifications (15”) ..............................................................................................49
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Display Screen Specifications (17”) ..............................................................................................50
Environmental Specifications ........................................................................................................51
Chapter 6: Technical Support.............................................................. 52
Technical Assistance......................................................................................................................52
Regulatory Information ..........................................................................54
Warranty ..................................................................................................57
Index ........................................................................................................59
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C H A P T E R
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SETUP
This chapter discusses how to set up and test your touchcomputer. For information
on peripheral options, refer to Chapter 3, “Options and Upgrades.”
Unpacking Your Touchcomputer
Check that the following items are present and in good condition:
Power cable US/Canada
Power cable Europe
Touchcomputer
Recovery DVD and
Quick Install Guide
Advertising
brackets
Optional
security screw
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Adjusting the Display
The display screen can be adjusted from 0 to 60 degrees, as shown below.
CAUTION: To protect the LCD, be sure to hold the base when adjusting the display,
and take care to not touch the screen.
Setting Up the Operating System
The initial setup of the operating system takes approximately 5-10 minutes.
Additional time might be needed for different touchcomputer hardware
configurations and connected devices.
To set up the Windows OS for the touchcomputer, turn on the touchcomputer by
pressing the power button, and then follow the instructions on the screen.
Selecting the Language (For Windows XP and POSReady 2009 Only)
Windows uses English as the default language in menus and dialog boxes. You
can change this language to suit your preferences.
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1. Click Customize. The Regional and Language Options window appears.
Select the Languages tab.
2. If required, check the boxes for “Install files for complex script and right-to-left
languages” and “Install files for East Asian languages.”
3. Select the Regional Options tab.
4. Select your preferred language from the drop-down list in the Standards and
formats pane.
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5. Click Apply.
6. Select your location from the drop-down list in the Locations pane.
7. Click OK.
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Selecting the Time Zone (For Windows XP and POSReady 2009 Only)
When the following window appears, you can change the time zone, date, and time
of the touchcomputer.
After making any changes, click Next to finish. Windows Setup completes the
installation of the touchcomputer.
Injecting the Languages (For Windows 7 Only)
Windows 7 Professional only allows the use of one language at one time. But you
can use the Elo TouchSystems language injection tool to update your language
preference. English is set as the default language, but you can change this
language to suit your preferences.
1. After the TE logo shows up, press F8 (frequently) to enter Advanced Boot
Options.
2. Select Repair your computer.
3. Click Next OK (Shall not have password) Click Elo Touch System Tool.
4. The following UI shall be presented.
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5. Click Inject, and the following window will pop out.
6. Click the drop-down list and select the preference language.
7. Click Inject Selected Language
8. The following window shall be presented.
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9. After the language package is installed correctly, press any key to exit this
window.
10. Click Exit Exit Restart
Selecting the Region (For Windows 7 Only)
When the following window appears, you can change the country, time and
currency, and keyboard layout of the touchcomputer.
After making any changes, click Next to continue.
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Choosing the Computer Name (For Windows 7 Only)
When the following window appears, you can choose a computer name of the
touchcomputer.
After making any changes, click Next to continue.
Selecting the Update Options (For Windows 7 Only)
When the following window appears, you can select one of the update options of
the touchcomputer. In general, you can choose Use recommended settings as
your default option.
After making any changes, click Next to continue.
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Reviewing the Time and Date Settings (For Windows 7 Only)
When the following window appears, you can set up the time and date of the
touchcomputer.
After making any changes, click Next to finish. Windows Setup completes the
installation of the touchcomputer.
Testing Peripherals
The touchcomputer can be configured with several different optional peripherals,
such as a MSR or cash drawer. To test an optional peripheral that is installed on
the touchcomputer, refer to the instructions in Chapter 3, “Options and Upgrades.”
NOTE:
Testing icons are located on the desktop. Testing a particular peripheral
can only be done after the device is properly installed.
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Calibrating the Touchscreen
The touchscreen is pre-calibrated for accurate touch response.
If for any reason the touchscreen needs to be recalibrated, right-click the Elo icon
in the Taskbar and then click “Properties.” The following window opens.
NOTE:
Calibration is not applicable to APR models.
Click the Align button. This launches the calibration program. The window shown
below opens. Follow the instructions to calibrate the touchscreen.
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Securing the Base
There are two mounting options for the D-Series touchcomputer. In both cases, the
base must be mounted on a horizontal surface.
Option 1: Secure from below. Use the four pretapped holes to secure the touchcomputer from
below the mounting surface. The holes are designed to work with ISO metric m6 screws. These
screws are not contained in the package, but should be readily available at any hardware store.
Option 2: Secure from top. Use the two through holes to secure the base to the surface.
NOTE:
Mounting screws are not provided with the shipment.
Refer to the figure below for the location of the holes. All dimensions are in
millimeters.
Option 2 Through holes
Option 1 Pretapped holes
Advertising Brackets
Advertising brackets are provided to allow the user to display paper ads on the
back of the D-Series touchcomputer. These brackets are included separately in
the accessory box. The maximum size of the advertising material is 220mm X
320mm (8.6” X 12.6”).
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To install these brackets, simply push them onto the sides of the back door of the
D-Series touchcomputer, as shown in the figure below.
Then insert the advertising material as shown below.
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C H A P T E R
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OPERATION
This chapter describes how to control the On-Screen Display (OSD), power
buttons, and I/O panel.
All adjustments made to the OSD and power controls are automatically saved.
User settings remain unchanged after powering off/on or in the case of a power
failure.
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1. HDD status LED
2. Computer power LED
3. Head power LED
4. Touch power LED
5. Menu button
6. Left button
7. Right button
8. Select button
9. Power ON/OFF button
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On-Screen Display (OSD)
OSD Menu
1. To display the OSD Menu, press the Menu button.
Press the RIGHT button or LEFT button to toggle and the SELECT button to
select from the different OSD sub-menus and functions.
2. When the function you want to change is shown, press the SELECT button.
3. To adjust the value of the function:
4. Pressing the RIGHT button increases the value of the selected OSD control
option.
5. Pressing the LEFT button decreases the value of the selected OSD control
option.
The OSD provides the following settings.
Feature
Description
Auto adjust
Automatically adjusts system clock.
Brightness
Adjust brightness and contrast.
Image setting
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Brightness: Adjusts the backlight of the monitor.
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Contrast: Adjusts the maximum luminance level of the
monitor.
Adjusts H position, V position, clock, and phase.
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H position: Moves the screen horizontally right and left (1 pixel
pitch increment).
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V position: Moves the screen vertically up and down (1 line
increment).
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Clock: Adjusts the ratio of dividing frequency of the dot clock.
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Phase: Adjusts the phase of the dot clock.
Color
Sets color temperature (9300K, 7500K, 6500K, 5500K, or User
Preset).
OSD
Adjusts H position, V position, and OSD timeout.
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H position: Adjusts the OSD menu screen position left or right.
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V position: Adjusts the OSD menu screen position up or down.
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Timeout: Adjusts the amount of time that the OSD menu is
displayed.
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Feature
Description
Language
Changes language to English, French, Italian, German, Spanish,
Japanese, Simplified Chinese, or Traditional Chinese.
Recall
Sets color recall and recall defaults. Restores original factory
settings.
Miscellaneous
Adjusts sharpness, enables/disables DDCCI function.
•
Exit
Sharpness: Adjusts sharpness of video.
Exits the OSD.
OSD and Power Button Control
The OSD menu and power button are enabled by default.
To enable or disable the OSD function:
1. Simultaneously press Menu/Exit and the Left (<-) key for two seconds. A
window appears displaying OSD ENABLE or OSD DISABLE.
2. When the OSD is disabled, the OSD menu is not visible.
To enable or disable the power button (PWR) lock function:
1. Simultaneously press Menu/Exit and the Right (->) key for two seconds. A
window appears displaying PWR ENABLE or PWR DISABLE.
2. When the power button lock feature is activated, the power button is disabled.
LED Functionality
Base Power Status LED
The D-Series base has two LEDs that indicate the power status and hard drive
status. See the figure on page 9, item 1 for the location of this LED. The light can
be green, flashing green, red, or off. The table below shows LED state and
corresponding color.
LED Color to Observer
State
Off
No input power — Off mode
Red
Input power present, power switch off — Off mode
Flashes green
Input power present — Sleep mode
Green
Input power present — On mode
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Head Power Status LED
The head power status is indicated by a different LED, which is located at the lower
edge of the head (#3 in figure on page 9).
LED Color to Observer
State
Off
No input power to head — Off mode
Red
Input power present, power switch off — Off mode
Amber
Input power present — Sleep mode
Green
Input power present — On mode
Touch Power Status LED
The touch power status is indicated by a separate LED located at the lower edge of
the head and to the right of the Head Power Status LED (#4 in figure on page 9).
This feature is available for AT and APR 7010.
LED Color to Observer
State
Off
No input power — Off mode
Red
Input power present, power switch off — Off mode
Amber
Input power present — Sleep mode
Green
Input power present — On mode
HDD Activity LED
Hard disk drive activity is indicated by a flashing LED on the base, just under the
computer power LED (#2 in the figure on page 9). Reading from and writing to the
disk causes the LED to flash.
LED Color to Observer
State
Off
No activity
Flashes green
Activity
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Using the Input/Output Panel
To access the input/output (I/O) ports, open the cable cover door on the left side of
the unit, as shown below.
Optional security
screw
Opening for
cables
The touchcomputer provides a number of input and output interfaces for
connecting a wide variety of compliant devices as shown in the following figure.
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Number
Port
Description
1
Audio
Audio in (left), out (center), mic (right)
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Audio In
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Audio Out: One 3.5mm stereo audio output jack for
connecting headphones or external powered
speakers
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Microphone Input: One 3.5mm microphone input
jack for connecting an external microphone
2
Ethernet
One RJ45 Ethernet port providing LAN capabilities
3, 8, 9
USB
Seven USB 2.0 type A ports
4
VGA
One D-SUB VGA output port for connecting the display
head
5
Parallel
Standard 25-pin connector port
6
Serial
Three standard serial ports
7
PS/2 universal
Mouse (left) and keyboard (right)
8
Customer display
Customer display / USB 2.0; the max loading on this
port is 5VDC @ 1.5A
10
Printer power
One 24V DC printer power port
11
Compact flash
Standard CF port
12
Speaker power
Power switch for internal speakers
13
Cash drawer
RJ11, 6 position (12V/24V default)
14
Powered serial
Two powered serial ports, 5V default/12V
15
Main power
AC power
NOTE:
The customer display, fingerprint reader, and barcode scanner are
designed to connect to the USB 2.0 ports on the I/O panel. If all three
peripherals were connected, there would be four USB 2.0 ports
remaining.
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C H A P T E R
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OPTIONS AND UPGRADES
Adding Optional Peripherals
When adding a peripheral, complete installation and setup instructions are
provided with the field-installable kits. The following peripherals are available in
field-installable kits:
Magnetic stripe reader (MSR)
Customer display
Fingerprint reader (FPR)
Barcode scanner (1-D or omni-directional/2-D)
Wireless mini-PCI kit
Solid State Drive
Hard disk drive
Printer power cable
NOTE:
The peripherals described are all options that are purchased separately.
NOTE:
Testing software is available in the folder 1xDx Test Applications,
which is located on the desktop.
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Magnetic stripe
reader (MSR)
Barcode
scanner
Fingerprint
reader (FPR)
Magnetic Stripe Reader (MSR)
You can add a magnetic stripe reader (MSR) to the D-Series touchcomputer using
a USB port located on the display head.
The MSR is a USB 2.0 device that reads all three data stripes on standard credit
cards or driver’s licenses conforming to ISO/ANSI standards. The MSR has foreign
language capability. The credit card is read by sliding the credit card forward or
backward through the MSR, stripe side toward the display. The MSR is powered
from the USB port; no external power is needed. The MSR features are:
•
Reads up to 3 tracks of information
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Bidirectional swipe reading
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Superior reading of high jitter, scratched, and worn MagStripe cards
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Reliable for over 1,000,000 card swipes
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Reads ISO7811, AAMVA, and most other card data formats
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PC software makes configuration changes easy
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Swipe speeds from 3 to 60 inches per second
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Interfaces: USB-KB and USB-HID
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Fully supports USB 2.0
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Part number: E145919
Testing the MSR
Testing in USB MSR Keyboard (KB) Emulation Mode
1. Open the Notepad application (click Start > Accessories > Notepad).
2. Slide the card through the MSR and verify that the data is displayed in the
application window.
Testing in USB MSR Human Interface Device (HID) Mode
1. Double-click the MagSwipe HID Demo icon to start the test application.
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2. Slide a card through the MSR and verify that the data is displayed in the
application window.
3. If the card ID appears in the Reader Output window, the reader is functioning.
Customer Display
You can optionally add a customer display to the D-Series touchcomputer. Each
display has two lines of 20 characters (2x20 VFD). Software application and
drivers can be found at the following location www.elotouch.com
The customer display can be adjusted to a 30-degree range up and down and
swivels 30 degrees side to side.
Customer
display
Display rotates 30° up
and down, and swivels
30° left to right
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Feature
Description
Display type
Vacuum fluorescent display
Display color
Green
Display pattern
5 x 7 dot matrix
Brightness
350-600 cd/m
Characters available
95 alphanumeric & 32 international characters
Dot size (X x Y)
0.86 x 1.2 mm
Font size
5.5(W) x 10.5(H)
Character number
20 characters by 2 lines, for a 5 x 7 dot matrix font
Interface
USB
Part number
E326629 or E632206
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Fingerprint Reader (FPR)
The fingerprint reader is powered by the USB bus. The reader optically scans the
fingerprint when the user touches the glowing window. Optical technology gives
the highest quality fingerprint scans and reliability.
Fingerprint reader specifications are shown in the table below.
Feature
Specification
Fingerprint reader
DigitalPersona U.are.U 4000B
Power supply
5.0VDC +/- 0.25V
Current draw – scanning mode
190 mA (typical)
Current draw – idle mode
140 mA (typical)
Current draw – suspend mode
1.5 mA (typical)
Image resolution
512 dpi
Image color
8-bit gray level
Scan capture size
14.6mm (nominal width) x 18.1mm (nominal length)
Image capture speed
100 ms
USB type
1.0, 1.1, or 2.0
Operating temperature
0 to 40°C
Electrostatic discharge (ESD)
Up to 15kV mounted in case
Part number
E373639
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Testing the FPR
1. Double-click the Fingerprint Reader Test icon to start the test application.
2. Place your finger on the fingerprint reader sensor and verify that the image of
your fingerprint is displayed on the application window.
Barcode Scanner
There are two types of optional USB barcode scanners: 1-D or omni-directional.
The barcode scanner is only an option if the speaker bar is present.
When a scanner is chosen, a USB-SSI (Simple Serial Interface) converter board is
included. Both barcode scanners are powered with the USB interface.
One-dimensional scanner specifications:
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Ability to generate 1-D scanning pattern
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Low-cost solution
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USB powered
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Easy communication between host and scanner
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Visible laser diode operating at 650nm
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100+ scans/sec.
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RoHS-compliant
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Part number: E946856
Omni-directional scanner specifications:
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Ability to generate omni-directional scanning pattern
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Maximum performance
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2-D scanning ability (PDF417, MicroPDF)
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USB powered
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Easy communication between host and scanner
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Visible laser diode operating at 650nm
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600+ scans/sec.
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RoHS compliant
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Part number: E449881
USB-SSI converter board specifications:
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Ability to convert from serial interface to USB interface and vice versa.
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Compact size
•
Input voltage: 5V
•
BuzzerWireless card
•
Part number: E580321
Enabling 2-D Scanning
The scanner default settings do not enable 2-D barcode reading ability. To enable
this option, follow these steps:
1. Scan the barcodes below to activate PDF417 and MicroPDF417. These are
both types of 2-D barcodes.
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2. Now scan the barcode below to change the scanning pattern. Using this
scanning pattern allows you to read 2-D barcodes (you can still read 1-D
barcodes).
Testing the Barcode Scanner
1. Determine which port the barcode scanner is using:
a. Click Start > Control Panel
b. In the Windows Control Panel screen, double-click the Administrative
Tools > double-click the Computer Management application (Only for
Windows XP and POSReady 2009.)
c. For Windows Vista and 7 users, Device Manager exists in the Windows
Control Panel screen already.
d. In Computer Management, select Device Manager. In the right pane, look
under the Ports section, and note the COM value (COM1, COM2, COM3,
and so on) of the USB-Serial Port object.
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COM value
USB serial port
2. From the 1xDx Test Applications folder on the desktop, double-click the
Barcode Scanner Test icon to start the SSIContainer application.
Connect
button
Port
field
3. Change the Port field value to match the value you retrieved from the Device
Manager.
4. Click Connect. You should see the text “Connected” in the Messages field.
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Param Number
Permanent
Param Change
New Value
5. In the box labeled Param Number, enter the value 238.
6. In the box labeled New Value, enter the value 1.
7. Check the box labeled Permanent Param Change.
8. Scan a barcode (sample given below). The scanned data should appear in the
“Messages” section of SSIContainer screen.
The barcode scanner also has the ability to run in USB-KB emulation mode. To
enable this option, please install the required drivers. To find the drivers:
1. Click the 1xDx Setup Files folder on the desktop.
2. Then click the Barcode Scanner folder.
3. Finally, click the Keyboard Emulation Setup Files folder, where you can find
setup instructions to complete the installation process.
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Wireless Card
A wireless card can be installed as an option in the D-Series touchcomputer to
provide wireless LAN capabilities using a mini-PCI slot. A PCI to mini-PCI
converter board is provided in the wireless kit.
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Typical specifications for the wireless card are:
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Mini-PCI interface
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Compliant to Mini-PCI industry-standard sizing
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802.11b/g compliant
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Two UFL connectors
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Support for Windows 2000, Windows XP, Windows Vista 32, Windows
POSReady 2009 and Windows 7
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RoHS compliant
•
Part number: E238795
Testing the Wireless Card
To test the wireless card:
1. From the desktop, click Start > Control Panel > Network Connections
2. Double-click the Wireless Network Connections icon to display available
networks and verify that the wireless network is detected.
NOTE:
If a wireless network needs to be initialized, please see your system
administrator.
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Solid State Drive
A solid state drive can be added to (or used to replace) the original hard disk drive.
This addition provides additional performance and more mechanically reliability in
harsh environments.
Part number: E536242
Third-Party Peripherals
The D-Series touchcomputer includes two pre-configured ports for a printer and
cash drawer. These peripherals are not available from Elo TouchSystems.
Printer Port
A 24VDC printer power port to connect a compatible receipt printer is provided.
The 24VDC printer power cable is Elo Part number E337867.
Cash Drawer Port
We provide a standard RJ11 port to attach a cash drawer.
Testing the Cash Drawer Port
1. Connect the cash drawer to the touchcomputer using a cable with the correct
wiring definition.
2. In the 1xDx Test Applications folder on the desktop, double-click the FD2XX
Test icon to start the test program. The screen displays “Display is open.”
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3. Turn off the test equipment.
The screen displays “Display is closed.”
4. Click Send 200ms.
The software automatically turns on the cash drawer.
For additional information, see “Cash Drawer Port Specifications” on page 36.
Additional Hard Drives
The D-Series touchcomputer comes with one standard hard disk drive. You can
add an optional second SATA hard disk drive using the kit part number: E597623
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C H A P T E R
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SAFETY AND MAINTENANCE
Safety
Here is some important information on the proper setup and maintenance of your
touchcomputer.
To reduce the risk of electric shock, follow all safety notices and never open the touchcomputer
case.
Turn off the product before cleaning (refer to “Care and Handling” on page 30 for proper cleaning
methods).
Your touchcomputer is equipped with a 3-wire, grounding power cord. The power cord plug only
fits into a grounded outlet. Do not attempt to fit the plug into an outlet that has not been configured
for this purpose. Do not use a damaged power cord. Only use the power cord that comes with
your Elo TouchSystems touchcomputer. Use of an unauthorized power cord might invalidate your
warranty.
The slots located on the sides and top of the touchcomputer case are for ventilation. Do not block
or insert anything inside the ventilation slots.
It is important that your touchcomputer remains dry. Do not pour liquid into or onto your
touchcomputer. If your touchcomputer becomes wet, do not attempt to repair it yourself.
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Care and Handling
The following tips help keep your touchcomputer functioning at the optimal level.
To avoid risk of electric shock, do not disassemble the power adapter or display unit cabinet. The
unit is not user serviceable. Remember to unplug the display unit from the power outlet before
cleaning.
Do not use alcohol (methyl, ethyl, or isopropyl) or any strong solvent. Do not use thinner or
benzene, abrasive cleaners, or compressed air.
To clean the display unit cabinet, use a cloth lightly dampened with a mild detergent.
Avoid getting liquids inside your touchcomputer. If liquid does get inside, have a qualified service
technician check it before you power it on again.
Do not wipe the screen with a cloth or sponge that could scratch the surface.
To clean the touchscreen, use window or glass cleaner. Put the cleaner on the rag and wipe the
touchscreen. Never apply the cleaner directly on the touchscreen.
Warning
This product consists of devices that might contain mercury, which must be
recycled or disposed of in accordance with local, state, or federal laws. (Within this
system, the backlight lamps in the monitor display contain mercury.)
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WEEE Directive
In the European Union, the Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment (WEEE)
directive label shown to the left indicates that this product should not be disposed
of with household waste. It should be deposited at an appropriate facility for
recovery and recycling.
Recovering the Operating System
If for any reason the touchcomputer’s operating system and software need to be
recovered, there are two ways you can recover your system:
i. Insert the recovery disk into an external DVD-ROM drive and reboot the
touchcomputer. Follow the on-screen instructions to complete recovery.
ii. Use the included image to recover the touchcomputer (For POSReady
2009 Only.)
1. After the TE logo shows up, press DOWN (frequently) to enter
Windows Boot Manager.
2. Select OS Recovery
3. The following UI shall be presented
4. Click Recover Start Recovery Process
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5. After finished, click Exit Exit System will restart automatically
iii. Use the included image to recover the touchcomputer (For Windows 7
Only.)
1. After the TE logo shows up, press F8 (frequently) to enter Advanced
Boot Options.
2. Select Repair your computer
3. Click Next OK (Shall not have password) Elo Touch System
Tool
4. The following UI shall be presented
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5. Click Recover Start Recovery Process
6. After finished, click Exit Exit Restart
NOTE:
All data is deleted during the recovery process. The user must back up
files when necessary. Elo TouchSystems does not accept liability for lost
data or software.
NOTE:
If using POSReady 2009 or Windows 7 and your hard disk is corrupted,
you can request a Recovery DVD from Elo TouchSystems customer
service.
NOTE:
The end user must adhere to Microsoft's Licensing Agreement.
NOTE:
After you recovered your touchcomputer by using the included image,
the operating system might reassign your USB Serial Ports during the
first bootup. You can follow the instructions below to reassign it
manually.
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•
Instructions to reassign the USB Serial Port
1. For Windows XP or POSReady 2009, right click the “Computer” Click
“Properties” “Hardware” “Device Manager”.
For Windows 7, right click the “Computer” Click “Properties” “Device Manager”.
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2. Double click the “Ports (COM & LPT)” and check all of these “USB Serial
Port” settings must be IDENTICAL as the following table.
Description
Communications Port (COM1)
Communications Port (COM2)
Printer Port (LPT1)
USB Serial Port (COM3)
USB Serial Port (COM4)
USB Serial Port (COM5)
USB Serial Port (COM6)
USB Serial Port (COM7)
Location
On Intel 82801GB/GR (ICH7 Family) LPC…
On Intel 82801GB/GR (ICH7 Family) LPC…
On Intel 82801GB/GR (ICH7 Family) LPC…
On USB Serial Converter A ( the 1st set)
On USB Serial Converter B ( the 1st set)
On USB Serial Converter
On USB Serial Converter A ( the 2nd set)
On USB Serial Converter B ( the 2nd set)
3. If you see a situation as below, it shows the operating system has
reassigned these serial ports. You need to correct it manually.
The location of the COM10 should be
on USB Serial Converter.
nd
COM11 AND 12 are the 2 set.
st
COM8 and 9 are the 1 set.
In usual, even if the operating system reassigns these serial ports, they
are still in order. In this case, you should change it as the following table.
Original one
Communications Port (COM1)
Communications Port (COM2)
Printer Port (LPT1)
USB Serial Port (COM10)
USB Serial Port (COM11)
USB Serial Port (COM12)
USB Serial Port (COM8)
USB Serial Port (COM9)
Change to
Communications Port (COM1)
Communications Port (COM2)
Printer Port (LPT1)
USB Serial Port (COM5)
USB Serial Port (COM6)
USB Serial Port (COM7)
USB Serial Port (COM3)
USB Serial Port (COM4)
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Thus, the settings for these USB Serial Ports should begin at COM3 and
end at COM7 in order.
4. To correct it, please follow the instructions below:
Double click the port you need to change. In this case, it is COM8.
COM8 is the 1st port of these USB serial ports so the “Location:” should
be “on USB Serial Converter A”. Please assign this serial port to COM3.
(COM4 for the USB Serial Converter B, COM5 for the USB Serial
Converter, COM6 for the 2nd set of the USB Serial Converter B and so on)
Change to COM3
Location Information
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Select “Port Settings” Click “Advanced…”
In this case, select COM3 from the drop-down menu click OK OK
back to the Device Manager.
Follow the same steps to accomplish these settings for other ports.
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After finished, right click on “Ports (COM & LPT)” and click Scan for
hardware changes.
5. The outcome should be identical as the following diagram.
COM3 location:
COM4 location:
COM5 location:
COM6 location:
COM7 location:
st
USB Serial Converter A ( the 1 set)
st
USB Serial Converter B ( the 1 set)
USB Serial Converter
nd
USB Serial Converter A ( the 2 set)
nd
USB Serial Converter B ( the 2 set)
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C H A P T E R
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TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS
Touchcomputer Specifications
NOTE:
Not all operating systems or options are supported in all regions. Please
contact your local Elo TouchSystems representative for details.
Feature
Processor for ESY15D1
Revision A
Description
Processor for ESY15D1
Revision B and
ESY17D1
Processor for ESY15D2
and ESY17D2
Intel Dual-Core Celeron E1500 2.2GHz 512K L2 Cache
800MHz FSB LGA775 Pkg
RAM
Two slots are available. Qualified vendor is Transcend.
Intel Celeron 430 1.8GHz 512K L2 Cache 800MHz FSB
LGA775 Pkg
Intel Core 2 Duo E8400 3.0GHz 6MB L2 Cache
1333MHz FSB LGA775 Pkg
Expandable up to 4GB max, DIMM DDR2-667(PC2-5400) or
DIMM DDR2-800(PC2-6400)
Dual channel
RAM for ESY15D1
Revision A
512MB 667MHz DDR2 standard on one slot
RAM for ESY15D1
Revision B and
ESY17D1
1GB 800MHz DDR2 standard on one slot
RAM for ESY15D2 and
ESY17D2
2GB 800MHz DDR2 standard on one slot
Northbridge
Intel G31
Southbridge
Intel ICH7
Audio
Azalia ALC883 Codec, 6 audio channels
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Feature
Description
Video
Intel GMA 3100 (Vista Aero compatible)
Operating system
Microsoft Windows XP Professional SP3
Microsoft Windows Embedded for Point of Service (WEPOS)
Microsoft Windows Vista Business
Microsoft Windows POSReady 2009
Microsoft Windows 7 Professional
Ports
7 x USB 2.0 ports
1 x 12V/24V default cash drawer port (jumper selectable)
3 x RS232 serial ports
2 x 5V default/12V powered RS232 serial ports (jumper
selectable)
2 x PS/2 (keyboard and mouse)
1 x Printer power port - 24VDC printer power port (24VDC @
2A; can accommodate 10.5A spikes for a duration of 100ms)
Audio ports
1 x 3.5mm mic-in
1 x 3.5mm audio-in
1 x 3.5mm audio-out
Networking
1 x Gigabit Ethernet port (LAN RJ45)
BIOS
AMI
Real-time clock
Replaceable lithium-ion battery for clock
Storage
ESY15D1 Revision A: 1 x 2.5” SATA hard drive, 80GB
minimum
Optional 2nd 80GB hard drive available
ESY15D1 Revision B, ESY15D2, ESY17D1 and ESY17D2:
1 x 2.5” SATA hard drive, 160GB minimum
Optional 2nd 160GB hard drive available
1 Compact Flash type I (tested with Transcend, Apacer,
Kingston, and SanDisk)
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Feature
Description
Power supply
Internal 12VDC universal-type power supply brick
AC input voltage: 100-240V AC
Input frequency: 50-60Hz
Input current: 2.5-5A
Max output power: 270W
DC output:
+3.3V / 5.0A
+5V / 16.0A
+12V / 12.0A
+24V / 2.3A
+5Vsb / 3A
-12V / 0.4A
Max. power rating for
15”
D-Series touchcomputer (without peripherals, receipt printer,
cash drawer, or powered serial ports connected: 145W
Cash drawer: 2.4W max
Receipt printer; 45.6W max
Powered serial ports: 24W max
Total power drawn with all possible peripherals: 228 W
Max. power rating for
17”
D-Series touchcomputer (without peripherals, receipt printer,
cash drawer, or powered serial ports connected: 160W
Cash drawer: 2.4W
Receipt printer; 45.6W
Powered serial ports: 24W
Total power drawn with all possible peripherals: 243W
Touch technologies
Acoustic Pulse Recognition (APR)
AccuTouch (AT)
IntelliTouch (IT)
Touchcomputer
dimensions (max.) for
15”
Width: 345 mm
Height: 288 mm
Depth: 212 mm
Dimensions vary with tilt angle and options selected
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Feature
Description
Touchcomputer
dimensions (max.) for
17”
Width: 345 mm
Height: 288 mm
Depth: 212 mm
Dimensions vary with tilt angle and options selected
Shipping box
dimensions
Width: 450mm
Height: 475mm
Depth: 340mm
Weight without
peripherals for 15”
Actual: 10.03kg (22.1 lbs)
Weight without
peripherals for 17”
Actual: 11.79kg (26 lbs)
Display 15”
15.0 in. diagonal
Shipping: 12.16kg (26.8 lbs)
Shipping: 13.93kg (30.7 lbs)
Active matrix TFT LCD
4x3
Display 17”
17.0 in. diagonal
Active matrix TFT LCD
5x4
Optimal (native)
resolution
1024x768 for 15”
Backlight lamp life
Minimum 50,000 hours to half brightness
Agency approvals
UL/cUL, CE, BSMI, NOM, AR, CCC, EK, KCC, GOST-R,
RCM, C-Tick, VCCI
Speakers (internal)
Two 2-Watt/channel speakers
User controls
Power and user controls with lockout function for public use
Other features
User-accessible hard drive
1280x1024 for 17”
Touchscreen sealed to bezel and LCD
Security lock receptacle, Kensington
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Feature
Description
Peripheral options and
upgrades
Magnetic stripe reader, 3 tracks
Customer display 2 x 20 VFD
Biometric fingerprint reader
Barcode scanner (1-D or omni/2-D)
Second 160GB hard drive
Solid State Drive
Wireless card
Printer power cable
24VDC PoweredUSB Adapter Cable (connect select 24VDC
Powered USB devices through the D-Series 24VDC printer
power port)
Connector Specifications
Serial Ports
Pin #
Standard Ports Signal Name
Powered Ports Signal Name
1
SER DCD
SER DCD
2
SER RXD
SER RXD
3
SER TXD
SER TXD
4
SER DTR
SER DTR
5
SER GND
SER GND
6
SER DSR
SER DSR
7
SER RTS
SER RTS
8
SER CTS
SER CTS
9
SER RI
5V(default)/ 12V
Printer Power Input Pin Definition
Pin #
Signal Name
1
+24V
2
NC
3
Ground
4
Flat
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Serial Port Power Selection
J1/J2
Setting
Function
All pins open
No power
Pins 1-2 short/closed
5V (default)
Pins 2-3 short/closed
12V
Cash Drawer Port Specifications
The cash drawer port is 12/24V compatible.
Cash Drawer Port Signal Definition
Pin #
Signal Name
1
Frame ground
2
CD 1 drawer kick-out drive signal 1
3
SW ( + ) connected on the side of the open/closed detection switch on the drawer
4
L ( + ) +12V/24V (default) for drawer kick-out supplied
5
CD 2-drawer kick-out drive signal 2
6
( - ) Ground
Cash Drawer Port Power Selection
J3
Setting
Function
Pins 1-2 short/closed
12V
Pins 2-3 short/closed
24V (default)
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Display Screen Specifications (15”)
Feature
Specification
LCD display
15.0-inch diagonal TFT active matrix LCD
Video input signal
Analog RGB (0.7Vp-p)
Data display channel (DDC)
function (plug & play)
DDC1, 2B compliant (EDID data only)
Display size (useful screen
area)
304.128mm (H) x 228.096mm (V)
Maximum touchcomputer
dimensions
288mm (H) x 345mm (W) x 212mm (D)
Pixel pitch
0.297mm (H) x 0.297mm (V)
Display mode
VGA 640 x 350 (70Hz)
* Dimensions vary with tilt angle and options selected
VGA 720 x 400 (70Hz)
VGA 640 x 480 (60Hz)
MAC 640 x 480 (66Hz)
VESA 640 x 480 (72 / 75Hz)
VESA 800 x 600 (56 / 60 / 72 / 75Hz)
MAC 832 x 624 (75Hz)
VESA 1024 x 768 (60 / 70 / 75Hz)
SUN 1024 x 768 (65Hz)
Note: If input fH>60kHz, or fV>75Hz, then OSD
displays an out of range warning.
Brightness (typical)
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
No touch
225 cd/m (typical); 170 cd/m (min.)
AccuTouch
200 cd/m (typical); 150 cd/m (min.)
IntelliTouch
APR (7000 and 7010)
Response time
225 cd/m (typical); 170 cd/m (min.)
225 cd/m (typical); 170 cd/m (min.)
Trise: 2.3 ms (typical)
Tfall: 6 ms (typical)
Display color
16.7 million colors
Vertical viewing angle
(up/down)
60° looking up typical at a CR=10
65° looking down typical at a CR=10
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Feature
Specification
Horizontal viewing angle
(left/right)
70° looking left typical at a CR=10
Contrast ratio
700:1 (typical)
Optional touchscreens
AccuTouch, IntelliTouch, Acoustic Pulse Recognition
70° looking right typical at a CR=10
Display Screen Specifications (17”)
Feature
Specification
LCD display
17.0-inch diagonal TFT active matrix LCD
Video input signal
Analog RGB (0.7Vp-p)
Data display channel (DDC)
function (plug & play)
DDC1, 2B compliant (EDID data only)
Display size (useful screen
area)
337.920mm (H) x 270.336mm (V)
Maximum touchcomputer
dimensions
288mm (H) x 345mm (W) x 212mm (D)
Pixel pitch
0.264mm (H) x 0.264mm (V)
Display mode
VGA 640 x 350 (70Hz)
* Dimensions vary with tilt angle and options selected
VGA 720 x 400 (70Hz)
VGA 640 x 480 (60Hz)
MAC 640 x 480 (66Hz)
VESA 640 x 480 (72 / 75Hz)
VESA 800 x 600 (56 / 60 / 72 / 75Hz)
MAC 832 x 624 (75Hz)
VESA 1024 x 768 (60 / 70 / 75Hz)
SUN 1024 x 768 (65Hz)
SXGA 1280x1024 (60 / 75Hz)
SXGA 1152x864 (75Hz)
SXGA 1280x960 (60Hz)
Note: If input fH>60kHz, or fV>75Hz, then OSD
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Feature
Specification
displays an out of range warning.
Brightness (typical)
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
No touch
300 cd/m (typical); 250 cd/m (min.)
AccuTouch
240 cd/m (typical); 192 cd/m (min.)
IntelliTouch
APR
270 cd/m (typical); 204 cd/m (min.)
270 cd/m (typical); 204 cd/m (min.)
Response time
Total: 5ms (Typical)
Display color
16.7 million colors
Vertical viewing angle
(up/down)
80° looking up typical at a CR=10
Horizontal viewing angle
(left/right)
80° looking left typical at a CR=10
Contrast ratio
1000:1 (typical)
Optional touchscreens
AccuTouch, IntelliTouch, Acoustic Pulse Recognition
80° looking down typical at a CR=10
80° looking right typical at a CR=10
Environmental Specifications
Feature
Specification
Temperature Ranges
Operating (independent of altitude)
0 to 35°C
Non-operating (independent of altitude)
-20 to 60°C
Humidity
Operating (noncondensing)
20 to 80%
Non-operating (38.7°C maximum wet bulb
temperature)
5 to 95%
Altitude
Operating
0 to + 12,000 feet [3,658m]
Equivalent to 14.7 to 10.1 psia
Non-operating
0 to + 40,000 feet [12,192m]
Equivalent to 14.7 to 4.4 psia
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C H A P T E R
6
TECHNICAL SUPPORT
Technical Assistance
There are three methods to obtain contact information for technical assistance on
the touchcomputer:
The touchcomputer
The web
The phone
Using the Touchcomputer
You can access support information in System Properties by clicking the Support
Information button. You can get to System Properties by either of the following
methods:
Right-click My Computer and choose Properties.
Or
Click the Start button, select Control Panel, and double-click the System icon.
Using the Web
For online self-help, go to www.elotouch.com/go/websupport.
For technical support, go to www.elotouch.com/go/contactsupport.
For current Elo news, product updates, and announcements, or to register to
receive our Touchcomputer newsletter, go to www.elotouch.com/go/news.
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Using the Phone
Call toll-free 1-800-ELO-TOUCH (1-800-356-8682).
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REGULATORY INFORMATION
I. Electrical Safety Information
A) Compliance is required with respect to the voltage, frequency, and current
requirements indicated on the manufacturer’s label. Connection to a different
power source than those specified herein may result in improper operation,
damage to the equipment, invalidation of warranty, or a fire hazard if the
requirements are not followed.
B) There are no operator-serviceable parts inside this equipment. There are
hazardous voltages generated by this equipment which constitute a safety hazard.
Service should be provided only by a qualified service technician.
C) This equipment is provided with a detachable power cord which has an integral
safety ground wire intended for connection to a grounded safety outlet.
1) Do not substitute the cord with other than the provided approved type. Under
no circumstances should you use an adapter plug to connect to a 2-wire outlet
as this defeats the continuity of the grounding wire.
2) The equipment requires the use of the ground wire as a part of the safety
certification. Modification or misuse can provide a shock hazard that can result
in serious injury or death.
3) Contact a qualified electrician or the manufacturer if there are questions
about the installation prior to connecting the equipment to main power.
II. Emissions and Immunity Information
A) Notice to Users in the United States: This equipment has been tested and found
to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of FCC
Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful
interference in a residential or commercial 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.
B) Notice to Users in Canada: This equipment complies with the Class B limits for
radio noise emissions from digital apparatus as established by the Radio
Interference Regulations of Industry Canada.
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C) Notice to Users in the European Union: Use only the provided power cords and
interconnecting cabling provided with the equipment. Substitution of provided
cords and cabling may compromise electrical safety or CE Mark Certification for
emissions or immunity as required by the following standards: This Information
Technology Equipment (ITE) is required to have a CE Mark on the manufacturer’s
label which means that the equipment has been tested to the following Directives
and Standards:
This equipment has been tested to the requirements for the CE Mark as required
by EMC Directive 89/336/EEC indicated in European Standard EN 55022 Class B
and the Low Voltage Directive 73/23/EEC as indicated in European Standard EN
60950.
D) General Information to all Users: This equipment generates, uses, and can
radiate radio frequency energy. If not installed and used according to this manual,
the equipment may cause interference with radio and television communications.
There is, however, no guarantee that interference will not occur in any particular
installation due to site-specific factors.
1) In order to meet emission and immunity requirements, the user must
observe the following:
a) Use only the provided I/O cables to connect this digital device with any
computer.
b) To ensure compliance, use only the provided manufacturer’s approved
power cord.
c) The user is cautioned that changes or modifications to the equipment not
expressly approved by the party responsible for compliance could void the
user’s authority to operate the equipment.
2) If this equipment appears to cause interference with radio or television
reception, or any other device:
a) Verify as an emission source by turning the equipment off and on.
b) If you determine that this equipment is causing the interference, try to
correct the interference by using one or more of the following measures:
i) Move the digital device away from the affected receiver.
ii) Reposition (turn) the digital device with respect to the affected
receiver.
iii) Reorient the affected receiver’s antenna.
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iv) Plug the digital device into a different AC outlet so the digital device
and the receiver are on different branch circuits.
v) Disconnect and remove any I/O cables that the digital device does
not use. (Unterminated I/O cables are a potential source of high RF
emission levels.)
vi) Plug the digital device into only a grounded outlet receptacle. Do not
use AC adapter plugs. (Removing or cutting the line cord ground may
increase RF emission levels and may also present a lethal shock
hazard to the user.)
vii) If you need additional help, consult your dealer, manufacturer, or an
experienced radio or television technician.
III. Agency Certifications
The following certifications have been issued for the monitor:
•
Argentina S-Mark
•
FCC
•
Russia PCT
•
Australia C-Tick
•
IMERC
•
Taiwan BSMI
•
CE
•
Japan VCCI
•
UL
•
China CCC
•
Korea EK/KCC
•
cUL
•
China RoHS
•
Mexico NOM
•
WEEE
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WARRANTY
Except as otherwise stated herein or in an order acknowledgment delivered to
Buyer, Seller warrants to Buyer that the Product shall be free of defects in
materials and workmanship. With the exception of the negotiated warranty
periods; the warranty for the touchcomputer and components of the product is 3
years.
Seller makes no warranty regarding the model life of components. Seller’s
suppliers may at any time and from time to time make changes in the components
delivered as Products or components. Buyer shall notify Seller in writing promptly
(and in no case later than thirty (30) days after discovery) of the failure of any
Product to conform to the warranty set forth above; shall describe in commercially
reasonable detail in such notice the symptoms associated with such failure; and
shall provide to Seller the opportunity to inspect such Products as installed, if
possible. The notice must be received by Seller during the Warranty Period for
such product, unless otherwise directed in writing by the Seller. Within thirty (30)
days after submitting such notice, Buyer shall package the allegedly defective
Product in its original shipping carton(s) or a functional equivalent and shall ship to
Seller at Buyer’s expense and risk.
Within a reasonable time after receipt of the allegedly defective Product and
verification by Seller that the Product fails to meet the warranty set forth above,
Seller shall correct such failure by, at Seller’s options, either (i) modifying or
repairing the Product or (ii) replacing the Product. Such modification, repair, or
replacement and the return shipment of the Product with minimum insurance to
Buyer shall be at Seller’s expense. Buyer shall bear the risk of loss or damage in
transit, and may insure the Product. Buyer shall reimburse Seller for transportation
cost incurred for Product returned but not found by Seller to be defective.
Modification or repair, of Products may, at Seller’s option, take place either at
Seller’s facilities or at Buyer’s premises. If Seller is unable to modify, repair, or
replace a Product to conform to the warranty set forth above, then Seller shall, at
Seller’s option, either refund to Buyer or credit to Buyer’s account the purchase
price of the Product less depreciation calculated on a straight-line basis over
Seller’s stated Warranty Period.
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THESE REMEDIES SHALL BE THE BUYER’S EXCLUSIVE REMEDIES FOR
BREACH OF WARRANTY. EXCEPT FOR THE EXPRESS WARRANTY SET
FORTH ABOVE, SELLER GRANTS NO OTHER WARRANTIES, EXPRESS OR
IMPLIED BY STATUTE OR OTHERWISE, REGARDING THE PRODUCTS,
THEIR FITNESS FOR ANY PURPOSE, THEIR QUALITY, THEIR
MERCHANTABILITY, THEIR NONINFRINGEMENT, OR OTHERWISE. NO
EMPLOYEE OF SELLER OR ANY OTHER PARTY IS AUTHORIZED TO MAKE
ANY WARRANTY FOR THE GOODS OTHER THAN THE WARRANTY SET
FORTH HEREIN. SELLER’S LIABILITY UNDER THE WARRANTY SHALL BE
LIMITED TO A REFUND OF THE PURCHASE PRICE OF THE PRODUCT. IN NO
EVENT SHALL SELLER BE LIABLE FOR THE COST OF PROCUREMENT OR
INSTALLATION OF SUBSTITUTE GOODS BY BUYER OR FOR ANY SPECIAL,
CONSEQUENTIAL, INDIRECT, OR INCIDENTAL DAMAGES.
Buyer assumes the risk and agrees to indemnify Seller against and hold Seller
harmless from all liability relating to (i) assessing the suitability for Buyer’s intended
use of the Products and of any system design or drawing and (ii) determining the
compliance of Buyer’s use of the Products with applicable laws, regulations, codes,
and standards. Buyer retains and accepts full responsibility for all warranty and
other claims relating to or arising from Buyer’s products, which include or
incorporate Products or components manufactured or supplied by Seller. Buyer is
solely responsible for any and all representations and warranties regarding the
Products made or authorized by Buyer. Buyer will indemnify Seller and hold Seller
harmless from any liability, claims, loss, cost, or expenses (including reasonable
attorney’s fees) attributable to Buyer’s products or representations or warranties
concerning same.
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INDEX
address, Elo TouchSystems, 61
Ethernet port, 19
advertising brackets, 11
fingerprint reader (FPR)
overview, 24
specifications, 24
testing, 25
audio ports, description, 19
barcode scanner
enabling 2-D scanning, 26
overview, 25
specifications, 25
testing, 27
hard drives
adding additional, 32
LED activity, 16
base power status, 15
head power status, 16
base, securing, 11
input/output (I/O) panel
accessing, 17
illustration, 17
box contents, 1
brackets, advertising, 11
cables
included, 1
printer power, 31
calibration, 10
cash drawer port
description, 19
overview, 31
specifications, 48
testing, 31
certifications, 56
compact flash port, 19
contact information, 52
controls, location diagram, 13
customer display
overview, 23
port description, 19
specifications, 24
customer support, 52
display screen
adjusting, 2
specifications, 49, 50
email, Elo TouchSystems, 61
enabling or disabling power, 15
environmental specifications, 51
language selection, 2, 5
LCD
adjusting, 2
specifications, 49, 50
LEDs
base, 15
hard drives, 16
head, 16
location diagram, 13
touch, 16
magnetic stripe reader (MSR)
overview, 21
specifications, 21
testing, 22
maintenance
care and handling, 33
software, 35
mounting options, 11
on-screen display (OSD)
enabling or disabling menu, 15
menu settings, 14
operating system
recovering, 35
setting up, 2
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operation, 13
options, adding, 20
parallel ports, 19
peripherals
adding, 20
third-party, 31
phone number, Elo TouchSystems, 53, 61
ports
accessing, 17
audio, 19
cash drawer, 19
compact flash, 19
customer display, 19
Ethernet, 19
illustration, 17
parallel, 19
printer power, 19
PS/2 universal, 19
serial, 19
speaker, 19
USB, 19
VGA, 19
power
base, 15
enabling or disabling button lock, 15
printer power port
about, 31
cables, 31
description, 19
specifications, 47
language selection, 2, 5
mounting options, 11
operating system, 2
time zone selection, 5, 7, 8, 9
touchscreen calibration, 10
unpacking, 1
software
recovery, 35
speaker port, 19
specifications
barcode scanner, 25
cash drawer port, 48
connectors, 47
customer display, 24
display screen, 49, 50
environmental, 51
fingerprint reader, 24
magnetic stripe reader, 21
printer power port, 47
receipt printer, 31
serial ports, 47, 48
technical, 43
wireless card, 30
technical specifications, 43
technical support, 52
third-party peripherals, 31
time zone selection, 5, 7, 8, 9
touch power status, 16
PS/2 universal port, 19
touchscreen
calibrating, 10
care and handling, 34
receipt printer specifications, 31
upgrades, adding, 20
regulatory information, 54
USB ports, 19
safety, 33
VGA port description, 19
scanning, enabling 2-D, 26
warranty, 57
serial ports
description, 19
specifications, 47, 48
website, Elo TouchSystems, 52, 61
setup
display screen, 2
WEEE directive, 35
wireless card
overview, 30
specifications, 30
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testing, 30
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