XT– 3015
Fanfree LCD Touch Terminal
User’s Manual
Rev.: Original
FCC Notes:
This equipment generates, uses, and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not
installed and used in accordance with the instructions manual, may cause interference
to radio communications. It has been tested and found to comply with limits for a Class
A digital device pursuant to subpart J of Part 15 of FCC Rules, which are designed to
provide reasonable protection against interference when operated in a commercial
environment. Operation of this equipment in a residential area is likely to cause
interference in which case the user at his own expense will be required to take whatever
measures to correct the interference.
Warranty Limits:
Warranty terminates automatically when any person other than the authorized
technicians opens the machine. The user should consult his/her dealer for the problem
happened. Warranty voids if the user does not follow the instructions in application of
this merchandise. The manufacturer is by no means responsible for any damage or
hazard caused by improper application.
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infringement.
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Part 1
ALERT TO OUR HONORABLE CUSTOMERS:
Please always read thoroughly all the instructions and documents
delivered with the product before you do anything about it. Don’t
take any premature action before you have a full understanding of
the consequences.
This product contains inside a Lithium battery. Please always
follow local environmental protection laws / regulations for
disposal of used batteries and always replace only with battery of
same type.
If you have an UPS battery installed in the product:
Temperature above 40°C must be strictly avoided as it
could cause termination of battery life and unexpected result
even if the battery is not in work.
Do not power off the system just by shutting off the AC
power leaving the battery supporting the whole system till
completely exhausted. Repeatedly using it up or improper
maintenance reduces the battery life dramatically.
Always fully recharge the UPS battery at least once every 3
months if the battery is not connected.
Always disconnect the UPS battery from the system if the
system is to be left OFF for more than 72 hours to prevent
possible damage. Only connect the UPS battery back right
before you are going to re-power on the system.
Replace the UPS battery as soon as the monitoring software
indicates the battery is out of service. Attempt to recharge a
dead battery is dangerous!
A separate battery monitor is not required for this series.
DAILY MAINTENANCE GUIDE
For regular cleaning of the XT system, please use only soft haired brush or dry
soft cloth. You may use moist soft cloth to remove stains when necessary.
Apply only proper amount of mild neutral detergent for obstinate stains. Please
note that never use Acryl dissolving solvent or Polycarbonate dissolving
solvent. You may apply ammonia-based glass cleaner only on the screen
surface.
CAUTION
Risk of Explosion If Battery Is Replaced By An Incorrect Type
Dispose Of Used Batteries According To Local Regulations
Part 2
INTRODUCTION
PRODUCT PICTURES FOR Gen 7&8 BASE STAND
Gen 7 Base
Front View
Rear View
1
6
2
3
5
4
Gen 8 Base
Front View
Rear View
1
2
6
3
4
5
Side View
7
8
9
10
Inside touch open door
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Base Stand and Bottom View
Gen 7 Base
14
13
12
11
15
16
Gen 8 Base
13
12
11
15
14
17
PARTS IDENTIFICATION
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
Main Unit
LCD touch panel
Power indicator
Gen 7 ,8 base stand
Hinge for LCD terminal
HDD cover
Power switch
Brightness adjust push button “+”
Brightness adjust push button “-”
USB port
Cable exit
Base stand
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13.
14.
15.
16.
17.
Compression lock for base stand cover
Bottom plate
Rubber feet with bottom plate fixing screw
2nd HDD cover
Base cover
PRODUCT FEATURES
Standard Features:
a)
b)
c)
d)
e)
f)
g)
h)
i)
j)
k)
l)
CPU: Intel Pine View D525 1.8G CPU, 1M Cache, Dual core .
Fan free structure with Aluminum die-cast main unit casing.
Data storage device: 2.5” SATA HDD x 1 in main unit or optional SSD
in main unit.
An advanced slim base design that supports storage room for optional
2.5” HDD and optional UPS battery in base.
Support Windows XP Pro / WEPOS / POSReady / Win 7 / Linux /
WinCE.
High quality 15” TFT active matrix LCD panel.
LCD panel with easy tilt angle adjustment from 15° to 90°.
LCD brightness adjust buttons at side of main unit.
Durable resistive type touch panel that endures 10 million touches min.
at same spot or (P-cap touch optional).
Water resistant structure allowing easy cleaning.
Easy maintenance construction.
Various I/O ports supported, including:
1. 4 serial ports with 3 of DB9 connectors and one of 10 pin RJ45 type
modular connector. The COM1/2/3/4 connectors are supported with
capability for +5V DC through BIOS setup.
2. +12V DC power supply for COM 1/2/3/4 through jumper setting.
3. 7 standard USB ports with 1 at side, 4 in I/O area and 2 internal
proprietary port for extension device.
4. 2 LAN ports Ethernet 10/100/1000 Base T with LAN status
indicators on jack (green for link, orange for data transmission).
5. 1 external VGA monitor port with +12V DC support through
software setting.
6. 1 SATA port with one 4 pin power connector at back side window
for 2nd HDD at base stand.
7. LED indicators for systems operation status.
8. 1 built-in internal 2W speaker.
9. 1 CR port capable of controlling 2 cash drawers max.
10. One 4 pin type DC 12 V power input connector.
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m)
n)
o)
p)
q)
r)
11. One 4 pin connector for optional UPS battery in Gen 8th base only.
Dual display support (per OS capability).
VGA memory support DVMT 4.0.
Support high performance DDR3 SDRAM with maximum memory
size 4GB in one SODIMM.
Integrated structure for side mount upgrade kit: SA-100/SA-200/SA300; back mount display: LM-3010/LM-3014 and PD-6307.
Preconditioned power up function – by alarm clock or LAN.
Gen 8 base inside installation: including UPS battery, power USB
board, HDD and 60W/80W/150W power adaptor.
Optional Items:
Note: The underlined items in the following list means that option must be
set prior to shipment from the factory. The rest of items can be set by
the dealers.
a) DDR3 SODIMM memory expansions up to 4GB max in one SODIMM.
b) Integrated side mount upgrade kit:
SA-100: with optional MSR; SA-200: iButton.
c) Preload Windows XP Pro / WEPOS / POSReady / Win 7 / Linux /
WinCE.
d)
Parallel extension cable and 2nd HDD kit.
e) Wireless LAN port.
f)
RJ45 to DB9 serial port conversion cable.
g)
Split cable for 2 cash drawer control.
INSTALLATION GUIDES
CAUTION: Before any installation or cable connection to the set, please
always make certain that the system is turned off and the
external power source to the set is removed to prevent electric
hazard! Never touch any metal pin in the connectors or
circuits to avoid high voltage hazard or electrostatic
discharge damage unless the operator is well grounded.
Failure to do the above will void the product warranty!
OPENING CABLE COVER
Please follow steps sequentially with reference to pictures below to remove the
cable cover for Gen 7 slim base models.
Step A: Release the base cover.
Step B: Release the of compression lock of base stand cover at both sides.
Step C: Route the cable to the circled holes.
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A
B
C
DISCONNECTING ALL CABLES
After removal of the cable cover, the connector area will be accessible then.
Please first note orientations of every existing cable connection and then
disconnect every cable properly before separating the main unit from the
adjustable stand assembly. Please note that the click lock spring has to be
pressed down prior to pulling out the connector such as the LAN port or the
CR port or the alternate RJ45 form COM3/4 port. Please also note that the
fixing screws have to be loosened free prior to disconnection such as the 2
regular DB9 form COM ports or the VGA port. Please always hold the
connector head instead of pulling on the cable wire when disconnecting any
connector. Failure to do this could damage the cable and jack that is
considered as an artificial destruction. Damages due to incorrect
disconnection operation are not covered by product warranty!
CABLE PASSAGE FROM BOTTOM For Gen 7&8 Base
Please route all cables through the cable passage to main unit in desktop mount
application. Pull the compression lock to open the back cover of base stand.
Hold them together with a cable tie. Pass all cables through the cable exit to
external connections.
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BASE MOUNT UPGRADE KIT
Please follow the instructions on the manual that comes along with the
2nd customer display LM-3010/LM-3014/LM-3015, and PD-6307 if installed.
1. For Second LCD Display
There are LM-3010/LM-3014/LM-3015 available
for 2nd LCD display, needed to combine with XT3015
with supporting bracket to tighten.
Please refer to the following steps to assemble properly.
Please take out the join bracket and use the attached 4
pcs long screws to fasten this bracket to the main unit
back cover which is circled in the right picture.
Next, please connect the VGA Cable to the LM VGA
port and route the VGA cable through the cable exit of the
base stand to the system VGA ports.
Note: When XT-3015 series equipping with LM-3010/3014/3015 series
second LCD monitor, system power adaptor must be upgraded from 60W
to 80W (or kept as 60W) .
UPS Battery Installation Inside Gen 8 BASE:
Inside Gen 8 base, UPS battery can be installed below:
Step A: Slide the UPS battery inside the casing
then tighten the screws included in the package.
Step B: Route the UPS battery cable to the
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circled hole of base stand then
connect at the power port end of
the mother board.
Step C: For un-installation, go back to
UPS battery installation procedure
in its reverse way.
24V Power USB Connection
To install a printer for XT-3015, it’s essential to properly plug the 24V
power USB cable as indicated below:
Step A: Release the base cover.
Step B: Plug the 24V power USB
cable at the rear port.
Step C: Close the base cover.
CONNECTING CASH DRAWER (OPTIONAL)
The RJ11 connector in I/O area of a XT-3015 system can be used for
controlling most of the common cash drawers available on the market.
However, it is most recommended to use Posiflex CR-2200 or CR-2210 or
CR-3100 or CR-4000 or CR-4100 or CR-6300 for best compliance to operate
the opening mechanism and to monitor the drawer open status.
This cable of Cash Drawer has a 6-pole plug at one end and an 8-pole plug at
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the other. The 8-pole plug should be inserted into the connector of the cash
drawer which marked “Signal”. The 6-pole plug should be inserted in the
connector marked “CR” which can found in the main connection area in the
system.
The user may also purchase the optional 2-in-1 cash drawer control cable to
control 2 cash drawers in 1 port. It has a 6-pole plug at one end and two 8-pole
plugs at the other. The 6-pole plug should be inserted in the connector marked
“CR” found in the I/O area in the system. Each 8-pole plug should be inserted
into the connector marked “signal cable from POS Printer” at the rear of one of
the cash drawers.
CONNECTING CABLES
To have the re-assembled main unit with stand assembly ready for operation,
please connect all required cables to the appropriate connectors. Please make
sure that each connector is connected to the correct port with the correct
orientation. Damages due to incorrect connection or orientation are not
covered by product warranty!
Some connectors like the COM, LAN or CR connector have to be gently
inserted until a click sound is heard. It is recommended that connectors such as
the COM1/2/3 and VGA connector be screwed into place once seated.
Re-adjust the tilt angle of the screen for best viewing. Connect the cables to
appropriate external devices through the cable exit at the bottom of stand
assembly. Please make sure that each connector has to be connected to the
right device in the right way.
CAUTION: On doing any insertion or extraction of any connector, please
always hold the connector head itself instead of pulling on the
cable wire. Failure to do this could damage the cable and
jack that is considered as an artificial destruction and is not
covered by the warranty.
OPERATING SYSTEM INSTALLATION
This product is highly professionalized equipment. The installation of an OS
into a machine without any preloaded OS could be a major difficulty for
average user or obstacle by possibly unintentional negligence even for PC
veterans to accomplish such a task. Therefore, OS installation into a system
without preloaded OS is highly discouraged. Posiflex Technology, Inc. shall
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not be responsible for any technical support to questions on this aspect.
APPLICATION ENVIRONMENT
It is very important that you check the following operational guidelines:
Ventilation
This terminal must NOT be operated in an environment with restricted
ventilation. There must be at least 25 mm air clearance around any top or side
ventilation holes with a free flow of air around the unit at ALL times for the
installation.
Operating Environment
The equipment must not be operated or stored in extremes of both temperature
and humidity/moisture. (Operating range 0°C to 40°C and up to 80%
humidity – non condensing, max. wet bulb 26°C)
POWER ON/OFF
Touch Open Cover
Please refer to the previous chapter PRODUCT PICTURE during this part in
order to find out the buttons. A gentle tap on the touch open cover at left side
of the main unit will open the cover and show the power switch at top area. It
is preferable to keep this door closed through daily operation.
There must always be at least 10 seconds waiting before switching on again
once the system is powered off successfully.
Power Indicator
There is a power indicator LED module serving for several purposes under the
logo at center of lower rim of LCD panel. The
relationship between the indicator status and other
conditions is summarized in following table:
System
External
UPS Battery Powering Up
Indicator Status
Status
Power
Off
Off
Off
Not present Not possible
Off
Off
Off
Present
Not allowed
Green
Off
On
No influence
Allowed
Blue
On
On
No influence Not required
Blue/flash
On
Off
Activated Not required
Running at
Green/rapid flash
On
Off
Not required
low capacity
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Hardware Power Switch
The power switch located in the touch open cover of the main unit is a tactile
pushbutton switch. This switch controls the power on/off of the system. This
switch turns the system on when pushed only when external power is present.
This switch turns the system off when pushed again during power on status.
However, if the system hangs due to any reason such as software resource
conflict a simple push on the switch may fail to turn off the power. In this case,
please utilize the forced power off feature by pressing the switch and holding
for within 10 seconds. In case the turmoil is so vigorous that some hardware
registers may be confused causing trouble for system restart or even this forced
power off, please disconnect the UPS battery if installed and the AC power
supply for few minutes. This may reset all hardware registers.
This switch can also be programmed as an ON only switch. That means, if the
application program issues a command compliant with the XT series technical
manual, this switch will always turn the system on when activated, but will not
power off the system when pushed again (the forced power off feature will not
work in this mode). When using this feature, please make sure that the
software application has the ability to power off the machine. In preloaded
Windows, “Posiflex Power Switch Manager” in “Posiflex Tools” in the
Program Files helps managing these functions.
Software Support Features
The XT series provides a software power off command for application
program maneuvers. The XT also provides a specific means for the software to
detect if the system is working on external or UPS battery power. Due to this
feature, compatible software applications have the ability to change operating
conditions when running on standard/backup power. The software programmer
may take reference from the KS technical manual to apply such features.
Automatic Power on Control
The XT system may also turn on according to some preset conditions such as
Alarm Clock Wake Up or LAN Wake Up.
To utilize Alarm Clock Wake Up function, the user should enter the BIOS
setup by pressing “Del” key at system boot up, choose in “Power Management
Setup” and enable the “Resume by Alarm” for Alarm Clock Wake Up. Save
the configuration and exit the BIOS setup program. The Preset Power On
Control will then be ready. For LAN wakeup, the item “PCI Express PM
Function” must be enabled in “Power Management Setup” and an operating
caller system connected through LAN to the system is required. It also requires
a qualified networking technician to check the LAN chip ID of the system for
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the caller system to wake up.
When the XT system is turned off after a successful boot up, the preset
automatic power on functions will keep monitoring for the preset conditions]
and turn on the system when the preset conditions are met.
Please note that if the XT system is improperly turned off before a complete
boot up procedure, the above preset power on control functions will be
disabled until next turning off after a complete boot up.
BRIGHTNESS CONTROL
In the left side of the main unit below the power switch, there are brightness
adjust push button switches and one USB connector. Each single press on the
+ or – button changes the LCD panel display brightness by a small amount.
When you press and hold the button the change will keep on until release or
extreme condition matched. For those control buttons, please refer to the
previous chapter.
DISPLAY ISSUES
Main LCD Display
For best viewing result, please set your display resolution at 1024 x 768 for
15” LCD. The system Video Memory is shared with system memory, and
supports DVMT 4.0.
VGA Port
The VGA port in the XT-3015 system supports either a separately connected
LCD monitor or touch monitor. To support the DC power to the Posiflex LCD
display, have a qualified technician to set the power supply in XT main unit
through the VGA connector according to Posiflex technical information. Do
not connect other monitor to this port before the power in this port is
disabled.
Note: When 2nd display is connected, the screen display of system boot up
stage and application in some OS will be smaller than usual in both 1st and 2nd
displays.
SERIAL PORTS – COM1/2/3/4
In XT-3015 system, there are 3 serial ports in form of DB 9 pin male
connectors and 1 in form of 10 pin RJ45 type modular connector available.
DB 9 serial ports can supply a +5 V and +12V DC after proper BIOS and
jumper setup. However, do not connect any other device to this port before
the power in this port is disabled.
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PARALLEL PORT
In XT-3015 system, the parallel port can be available only through use of the
optional conversion cable. It should be connected to the special connector
inside the service window as described earlier. The other end of the cable is the
normal 25 pin D sub female LPT connector.
TOUCH PANEL
All paragraphs below are applicable for models with touch panel only. The
user of those models without touch panel can ignore them and consider this
user’s manual ends here.
Mouse Emulation
When the touch driver is properly installed, this touch panel works exactly like
a standard mouse for each interface. However, if the system is running under
safe mode, the touch panel calibration may become unsatisfactory due to
disabled drivers. It is recommended to use a standard USB mouse or keyboard
in this mode.
All the below mentioned mouse emulation functions can be manipulated
through relevant software. The system can give a beep and a click on the left
button of a mouse at the point when the touch panel is touched. If the point
touched is dragged across the screen surface, it works as the mouse drag and
drop feature. If the point is touched, released and touched within a short time
interval, it is double-clicking left button of the mouse. To obtain the effect like
clicking on the right button of a mouse, touching any point on the screen
surface after touching the right-click sticky button results as a click on the right
button of the mouse at that point.
Touch Manager
Touch Terminal Manager for each type of touchscreen is available for user to
set up touchscreen functions. If your system is preloaded with the OS of your
choice, the chances are the Manager is already installed on your system.
Nevertheless, you can also download the Manager from our website:
1.
Visit us at http://www.posiflex.com, and click Support on the main
menu bar.
2.
On Support page, click Download on the left to access Download page.
3.
In Search by keyword search bar on Download page, type “Touch
Terminal Manager”, and then press Enter.
4.
In the search results, select and download the Manager that suits the
touchscreen type of your system.
警告
本電池如果更換不正確會有爆炸的危險
請依製造商說明書處理用過之電池
警告使用者
T31454
這是甲類的資訊產品,在居住的環
境中使用時,可能會造成射頻干
擾,在這種情況下,使用者會被要
求採取某些適當的對策。
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