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Safety Instructions
1.
Read these instructions carefully. Keep these instructions for future reference.
2.
Please disconnect this equipment from AC outlet before cleaning. Don’t use liquid or
sprayed detergent for cleaning. Use moisture sheet or cloth for cleaning.
3.
Please keep this equipment from humidity.
4.
Lay this equipment on a reliable surface when install. A drop or fall could cause injury.
5.
Make sure power cord such a way that people can not step on it. Do not place anything
over the power cord.
6.
All cautions and warnings on the equipment should be noted.
7.
If the equipment is not used for long time, disconnect the equipment from main to avoid
being damaged by transient over voltage.
8.
Never pour any liquid into opening, this could cause fire or electrical shock.
9.
If one of the following situations arises, get the equipment checked by a service
personnel:
a. The power cord or plug is damaged.
b. Liquid has penetrated into the equipment.
c. The equipment has been exposed to moisture.
d. The equipment does not work well or you can not get it work according to user
manual.
e. The equipment has dropped and damaged.
10. Do not leave this equipment in an environment unconditioned, storage temperature below
-20°C or above 60°C, it may damage the equipment.
11. Unplug the power cord when doing any service or adding optional kits.
Lithium Battery Caution:
1. Danger of explosion can happen if the battery is incorrectly replaced. Replace only the
original or equivalent type recommended by the manufacture. Dispose used batteries
according to the manufacture’s instructions.
Do not remove the cover, and ensure no user serviceable components are inside. Take the
unit to the service center for service and repair.
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Table of Contents
1. Packing List……………………………………………… P5
1-1
1-2
Standard Accessories……………………………………….. P5
Optional Accessories………………………………………... P5
2. System View ……………………………...………. ……
2-1
2-2
2-3
P6
Rear View…………………………………………………….. P6
Specification………………………………………………….. P7
Internal Layout……………………………………………….. P8
3. Pin Definition……………………………………………... P9
4. Rear I/O Interface…………………..…………………… P11
5. System Assembly & Disassembly…………………… P13
5-1
5-2
5-3
5-4
5-5
5-6
5-7
5-8
5-9
5-10
HDD…………………………………………………………....
CF Card……………………………………………………….
MSR…………………………………………………………...
UPS Battery………………………………………………......
Cable Cover………………………………………………......
15” 2nd Display………………………………………………..
Internal VFD…………………………………………………..
Wi-Fi…………………………………………………………..
8” 2nd Display…………………………………………………
1D/2D/i-Button with RFID module…………………..……...
P13
P13
P15
P15
P16
P16
P20
P21
P23
P27
6. Device Driver Installation……………………………… P28
6-1
6-2
6-3
6-4
6-5
6-6
6-7
6-8
Resistive Type Touch Panel & P-CAP………....…………..
MagStripe Card Reader Configuration Utility…………...
Fingerprint Reader………………………………………….
RFID...………………………………………………………...
Internal VFD………………………………………………….
i-Button Reader Configuration Utility…………………..…..
Installation and Testing of Smart Card Reader……………
Wi-Fi…………………………………………………………..
P28
P34
P39
P49
P59
P63
P66
P71
7. BIOS/Utility Setup……………………………………….. P72
8. LCD Surface Cleaning………………………………….. P79
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1
1-1
a.
Packing List
Packing
List
Standard Accessories
b.
c.
d.
e.
f.
1-2
a.
a.
System (with stand)
b.
Power Adapter
c.
Power Cord
d.
Driver Bank
e.
Screw x2
f.
Cable Cover
Optional Accessories
a. Single MSR
b.
b. 3 IN 1 MSR
c.
UPS Battery
d. Screw x2
c.
d.
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2
2
System View
System
View
2-1 Rear View with Optional LPT Port
Rear View Standard
Item
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
13.
14.
15.
16.
17.
18.
19V DC Input
PS2(K/B)
RJ45(COM 4 for External
VFD)
UPS Batter y(Option)
COM2
COM3
VGA
USB 2.0/1.1 X4
RJ45(LAN)
RJ11(Cash Drawer)
Line-Out
Mic
COM1
Parallel
port(Option :Alterative to
COM 3)
Power Button
MSR/Smart Card
/i-Button /Fingerprint
/RFID (Option)
HDD/CF CARD
VFD(Option)
☆ Please make sure 19V DC plug in the right direction before
plugging in DC jack.
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2-2 Specification
Processor
Intel® Atom™ processor D525 (1M Cache, 1.80GHz)
Chipsets: North Bridge/South
Bridge
ICH8-M
Memory
One SO-DIMM socket supports DDR3 800 up to 4GB
Audio
Line-out/Mic-in
Network
RJ45 10/100/1000 Base-T
USB
4*USB 2.0
Storage
CF card / 2.5” SATA HDD / SSD
BIOS
Award PnP BIOS
Power
DC 19V 90W Adaptor
Thermal Solution
Fan-less
Dimension
368 (W) x 264.2 (H) x 285 (D) mm
Operating Temperature
0°C ~ 35°C
Storage Temperature
-20°C ~ 60°C
Storage Humidity
20% ~ 80%, non-condensing
Display
LCD Panel Size
15-inch TFT Active Matrix Display
Resolution
1024*768 Pixels
Brightness
250 cd/m2
Touch Panel
5-wire Resistive Type / Projected Capacitive Type
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2-3
Internal Layout
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3
Pin Definition
Pin Definition
1. Parallel J7
Pin
Pin Name
NO
1
STB#
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
PD0
PD1
PD2
PD3
PD4
PD5
PD6
PD7
ACK#
BUSY
PE
SLCT
2. Lin-out J3
Pin
Pin Name
NO
1
GND
2
3
4
5
GND
Line OUT R
Line OUT L
Detect
3. VFD Connector CN9
Pin
Pin Name
NO
1
5V
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
4. Mic
Pin
NO
1
2
3
4
5
Description
Printer Strobe
Parallel Port DATA0
Parallel Port DATA1
Parallel Port DATA2
Parallel Port DATA3
Parallel Port DATA4
Parallel Port DATA5
Parallel Port DATA6
Parallel Port DATA7
Printer Acknowledge
Printer Busy
Printer Paper End
Printer Select
Description
Ground
Ground
Line out
Line out
Detect
NDSR
GND
NDTR
NRTS
NCTS
NTXD
NRXD
GND
12C
Description
+5V
DSR
Ground
DTR
RTS
CTS
TXD
RXD
Ground
+12V
Pin Name
GND
GND
Mic R
Mic L
Detect
Description
Ground
Ground
Mic
Mic
Detect
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Pin NO. Pin Name
14
AFD#
15
ERR#
16
INIT#
17
SLIN#
18
GND
19
GND
20
GND
Description
Printer Auto Line Feed
Printer Error
Printer Initialize
Printer Select Input
Ground
Ground
Ground
5. Speaker SP1
Pin
Pin Name
NO
1
+
2
-
6. LVDS CN 2
Pin
Pin Name
NO
1
LCDVCC
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
LCDVCC
GND
NC
DATA 0DATA 0+
GND
DATA 1DATA 1+
GND
DATA 2DATA 2+
GND
CLK-
Description
Speaker +
Speaker -
Description
+3.3v
+3.3v
Ground
NC
LVDS Output DATA0LVDS Output DATA0+
Ground
LVDS Output DATA1LVDS Output DATA1+
Ground
LVDS Output DATA2LVDS Output DATA2+
Ground
LVDS CLK-
7. Inverter CN14
Pin NO.
Pin Name
1
VCC
2
GND
3
NC
4
BKL_CTL
5
BKL_EN
Description
+12V
Ground
NC
Back Light Brightness
Back Light Enable
8. Extra USB CN13
Pin NO.
Pin Name
1
VCC
2
- DATA
3
+ DATA
4
GND
5
GND
Description
+5V
DD+
Ground
Ground
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Pin NO. Pin Name
15
CLK+
16
GND
17
NC
18
NC
19
GND
20
NC
Description
LVDS CLK+
Ground
NC
NC
Ground
NC
4
4
I/O Interface
RearRear
I/O
Interface
1. COM1’ COM2’ COM3 port
Pin
1
2
3
4
5
Signal
CD
RD
TD
DTR
GND
Function
Carrier Detect (IN)
Receive Data (IN)
Transmit Data(OUT)
Data Terminal Ready(OUT)
Ground
Pin
6
7
8
9
Signal
DSR
RTS
CTS
Ring/5V/12V
Function
Data Set Ready (In)
Request To Send (OUT)
Clear To Send (IN)
Setting by BIOS
NOTICE:
☆
COM 4 port. Warning!! COM4 (RJ45 Connector) for external VFD use only. Never
use on network device. If you are using on the network device will cause the
device damaged.
☆☆
COM 4 port will be inactive if POS has internal VFD. (Alternative of COM 4 or internal
VFD)
Jumper for COM4
Voltage Setting
Enlarge JUMP
2. VGA port
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3. USB port
4. PS/2 K/B port
5. LAN port
6. RJ11 port (for Cash drawer)
Pin
Signal Name
Direction
1
Frame GND
-
2
Drawer Kick-out drive signal 1
Output
3
N/C
-
4
+12V
-
5
N/C
-
6
Signal GND
-
Example DOS COMMAND for Cash Drawer:
1. Create the file: TEST.TXT
2. Input below contents in TEST.TXT
CONTEXT-"000.0”
MODE COM6:300
3. Run COMMAND under DOS mode
COPY TEST.TXT COM6
7. DC Jack
Pin
1
2
Signal Name
DC IN 19V
Ground
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5
5
5-1
System Assembly & Disassembly
System
Assembly & Disassembly
HDD
1. Unfasten the HDD
cover screw*2
UP
2. Pull out the HDD
bracket
3. Fasten the screw*4
4. Place the HDD
bracket back to the
module
5-2
CF Card
1. Please notice the notched CF Card. This side up.
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2. Before Installing CF Card.
3. After Installing CF Card.
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5-3
MSR
1. Open the MSR cover
2. Single MSR or 3-in-1
MSR
3. Screw*2 M3x10L
4. Fasten the screw
5-4
UPS Battery
1.
Paste two rubbers on the located position of the Stand Bracket.
2.
Reeve two cable ties through the stand bracket. Place the battery pack in position and
bind the cable ties tightly. Then cut the extra tail from cable ties.
Positioning hole
3.
Reeve the cable from the battery pack through the stand bracket and click the cable lock.
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5-5
cable cover
Assemble the cable cover from bottom and make sure the two latches are on the right position.
Then fasten 2 screws (M3*5L).
5-6
☆
15” 2nd Display
Power supply must be replaced to 120W above power adapter.
1. Remove the plastic pole cover from the stand.
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2. Install the pole into the socket in clockwise direction.
3. Fasten the four screws (M4*8L) to joint the VESA bracket and the rear cover.
4. Connect the COM port, DC cable as shown in figure . (Please refer to page 74 to set the
COM port pin9 with 12V DC output.)
5. Connect the VGA cable as shown in figure .
6. Connect the audio cable as shown in figure.
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7.
Assemble the cable cover from bottom and make sure the two latches are on the right
position, and fasten the two screws (M3*5L).
8.
Route the cables through the opening of stand front cover and cable clip at the bottom
and route the cables into the tube of pole.
9.
Reeve the cables out of the tube.
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10.
Mount the VESA bracket on the pole and route cables out of the tube of VESA bracket.
Fasten the thumb screw to fix the VESA bracket.
11.
Connect the DC power cable as shown in figure.
12.
Connect the VGA cable as shown in figure.
13.
Connect the Audio cable as shown in figure.
14.
Put the cable cover on the hinge of VESA bracket.
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5-7
Internal VFD
Model
Operation
Aerio-POS
Assembling Figure
VFD MODULE assemblely
Item
1
2
3
4
5
6
Operation procedure
Prepare all components as Fig 1
Assemble HOLDER & HINGE ASSY by TAPPING SCREW P/H 2.6φ*5 x2 pcs(As Fig 2)
Fix VFD MODULE on holder assy by TAPPING SCREW P/H 2.6φ*5 x4 pcs as Fig 3
Screw DISPLAY MODULE on VFD cover by TAPPING SCREW P/H 2.6φ*5 x 2pcs AS fig 4)
Fix VFD moduler on Rear cover by TAPPING SCREW R/H M3*8L x 2pcs (As Fig 5)
The VFD CABLE must be around to capacitor H below, so as not to interfere HINGE action
(As Fig 6)
Item
P/N and Component
1 20D990002-000B DISPLAY MODULE VFD *1
2 68D350235-000B COVER FOR VFD *1
3 78D300021-000B HOLDER FOR VFD *1
4 26D100005-000B HINGE ASSY FOR VFD *1
5 64D426051-000T SCREW TAPPING P/H 2.6φ*5 *8
6 64D430088-000T SCREW TAPPING R/H M3*8L *2
7 35D510480-000B CABLE 16P femail TO 8P female*1
Item
Action item
1 Wear cotton gloves, wrist strap and may not wear watches, rings, etc.
2 Screws to lock in place and can not lost
3 Electric screwdriver Torque to be regularly calibrated,
☆
Alternative of external COM4 (RJ45 Connector) or Internal VFD.
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Remark
Torque 2Kgf
Torque 2Kgf
Toqure 2Kgf
Torque 2Kgf
5-8
1.
Wi-Fi
Fasten antenna (Part No.: 35D510530-000B) to the left side of VFD cover. Antenna is
vertical to the right of the left snap(as the red frame) as shown in the figure below
2.
After fastening the Wi-Fi Module to the Rubber (Part No.: 78D200655-000T), fix this on
the VFD cover. The left side of Wi-Fi module should align the interior cover as the
position of the red line. The right side of Wi-Fi module should align another side as the
red circle.
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3.
Fasten antenna (Part No.: 35D510530-000B) to the right side of VFD cover. Antenna is
vertical to the left snap (as the red frame) as shown in the figure below.
4.
Fasten antenna cable connector to Wi-Fi module terminal. Then fasten antenna cable to
the cover by adhesive tapes
5.
Fasten the VFD cover to the rear lid. Push the snap of the top VFD cover into the slot of
rear lid and fasten the bottom cover with 2 screws (Part No.: 64D430088-000T). Then
connect Wi-Fi /MSR cable (Part No.:35D510522-000B) to Wi-Fi module
☆
Alternative of WiFi or Internal VFD.
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5-9
8” 2nd Display
1.
Remove the plastic pole cover from the stand.
2.
Install the pole into the socket in clockwise direction.
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3.
Connect VGA cable and DC power cable
4.
Fasten the four screws (M4*8L) to joint the VESA bracket and the rear cover.
5.
Reeve the cables out of the tube.
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6. Mount the VESA bracket on the pole and route cables out of the tube of VESA bracket.
Fasten the thumb screw to fix the VESA bracket.
7.
Reeve the cables out from the bottom of pole.
8.
Route the cables through the opening of stand front cover and cable clip at the bottom
and route the cables into the tube of pole.
9.
Connect the DC power cable as shown in figure.
☆
To setup COM port PIN9 with 12V DC output from BIOS setup, please refer to page 74,
Advanced Chipset Features / COM port PIN9 setting.
10.
Connect the VGA cable as shown in figure.
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2
11.
1
Put the cable cover on the hinge of VESA bracket.
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5-10
1.
1D / 2D / i-Button with RFID module
Cable installation.
a.
For i-Button with RFID module; For 2D barcode scanner with RFID module:
Connect the cable as shown in figure.
1
b.
For 1D barcode scanner with RFID module:
Connect the cable as shown in figure.
☆
Before COM port cable connection, please setup COM port PIN9 with 5V DC output
from BIOS setup.
Please refer to page 74, Advanced Chipset Features / COM port PIN9 setting.
2
2.
Fix the screws as shown in below figure.
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6
Device Driver Installation
Device
Driver Installation
6-1. Resistive Type Touch Panel and P-CAP
1.
Click “Next”.
2.
Click “Next”.
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3.
Click “Next”.
4.
Select “None”, Click “Next”.
5 Click “OK”.
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6.
Select “Support Multi-Monitor System”, Click “Next”.
7.
Click “Next”.
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8.
Click “Next”.
9.
Click “Next”.
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10.
Select “Create a eGalaxTouch Utility shortcut on desktop”, Click “Next”.
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11. Would you do 4 point calibration now? Click “Yes”.
12.
Do 4 points aligrment to match display.
13.
Calibration utility.
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6-2
MagStripe Card Reader Configuration Utility
The MagStripe Card Reader Configuration Utility is used to set up the output format of HID
MSR
Installation
Below steps guide you how to install the Utility program

Insert the setup CD

Run the HID_MSR_PSW00003_V2_0_0.exe setup file that is located in the Software
folder of CD.

Follow the wizard to complete the installation.
Launching Program
Below steps guide you how to load the Utility program.

From Start/Programs, click HID_MSR2 folder

Click MagStripe Card Reader Configuration Utility to launch the program.

The utility program will detect the connected reader. If detected, all the input text boxes will be
enabled.

If the reader has not been connected to PC yet, please connect the reader and then click Refresh
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to get connected.
Configuration
Below is the main window of Utility program.
For the settings, there are:

Language: The language defines the code positions of the keyboard. Each language
should use its own settings. Wrong language selected will cause the wrong character
displayed.

Prefix/Suffix: Defines the data string which you would like to append in front or end of
the MSR data string.

Error Message: Indicates which track number cause the error.

Delimiter: Indicates the swipe result.

ISO: Define start and end sentinel character.

Decode Mode: Determines the way of outputting the three tracks data.
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Shown below is the data structure of the output string for MSR.
SS1
TK1
ES1
SU1
TK2
PP
PR1
PR2 SS2
ES2
SU2
PR3
SS3

PP: Prefix for package.

PR1: Prefix for track 1.

SS1: Start sentinel for track 1.

TK1: Data for track 1, if error happens, using Error Message instead.

ES1: End sentinel for track 1.

SU1: Suffix for track 1.

PR2: Prefix for track 2.

SS2: Start sentinel for track 2.

TK2: Data for track 2, if error happens, using Error Message instead.

ES2: End sentinel for track 2.

SU2: Suffix for track 2.

PR3: Prefix for track 3.

SS3: Start sentinel for track 3.

TK3: Data for track 3, if error happens, using Error Message instead..

ES3: End sentinel for track 3.

SU3: Suffix for track 3.

SU: Suffix for package.

DM: Delimiter for the swipe result.
TK3
ES3
SU3
Prefix/Suffix
In default, the prefix and suffix settings are all keep blank. There are 4 kinds of prefix and suffix
to be defined, which are:

Package: For the prefix string, it is appended in the front of the whole MSR data. For the
suffix, it is appended in the end of the whole MSR data. In most case, the suffix for package is
always to be the “Enter” or “Tab” character. The max data length of the prefix and suffix for the
package can be up to 127.

TK1: For the prefix string, it is appended in the front of the start sentinel of track 2. For
the suffix, it is appended in the end of the end sentinel of track 2. The max data length of the
prefix and suffix for the TK1 can be up to 127.

TK2: For the prefix string, it is appended in the front of the start sentinel of track 2. For
the suffix, it is appended in the end of the end sentinel of track 2. The max data length of the
prefix and suffix for the TK1 can be up to 127.

TK3: For the prefix string, it is appended in the front of the start sentinel of track 3. For
the suffix, it is appended in the end of the end sentinel of track 3. The max data length of the
prefix and suffix for the TK1 can be up to 127.
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SU
DM
ISO
This group defines the start and end sentinel for each track. The sentinel is always used to
extract the track data from the whole MSR data string. The data length for each sentinel is
fixed to one character. Because there is ISO standard that defining the start and end sentinel
for the three tracks. For the compatible reason, please do not modify the default value if
possible.
Decode Mode
For this group, it contains two kinds of settings, which are:

Track Data Filtering: Determine which track to be, not to be output or needed to be
output.

Switch Output Order: Change the output order of track 1 ~ 3.
Track Data Filtering
Shown below is the filter setting for track 1. This provides a fool-proofing method in case of
receiving unwanted or uncompleted track data.
These three filter settings are:

Enable: If selected, the data of specified track will be packaged in the MSR data string. If
the specified track data is not decoded, it will leave blank in the MSR data string.

Required: If selected, which means the output MSR data string must contain the
specified track data. If the specified track data is not decoded, even MSR data string contains
other track data, it will still not to be output.

Disable: If selected, the data of specified track will not be packaged in the MSR data
string. No matter it is decoded or not.
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Switch Output Order
Show below is the selection of the three track data output order (sequence). The default order
is Track 1–Track 2–Track 3.
There 6 orders allow to be selected. Please select one to fit your application needs.
Update Settings
Once complete the settings, click Update to update the settings to connected HID MSR
reader.
Save Settings
To save the settings to a file, click Save; specify the file name and location to be saved.
Open Settings
To load pre-saved settings, click Open, specify the settings file, and then click OK to load into
program.
Restore MSR Reader Settings
To load restore settings of connected MSR reader, click Restore ES2: End sentinel for track.
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6-3
Fingerprint Reader
1.
Check Fingerprint reader be detected by “Device manager “
2.
Select SDK folder.
3.
Run Setup.exe.
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4.Click “Next”.
5.
Select “ I accept the terms in the license agreement” and click “Next”.
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6.
Click “Next”.
7.
Click “Next”.
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8.
Click “Install”.
9.
Click “Finish”.
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10.
Restart systems.
11.
Check Fingerprint reader in Device Manager.
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12.
Launch Fingerprint reader from start menu
13.
Select “COM-ActiveX”
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14.
Select “Sample”
15.
Select ”VB6’.
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16.
Select “Enrollment Sample”.
17.
Enroll the fingerprint by the “Enrollment“
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18.
Select “Fingerprint Enrollment”
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19.
Put your finger on fingerprint reader and follow the direction to enroller your fingerprint, it
need scan your fingerprint 4 times
20.
After enroller finish it will popup a dialog box
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6-4
1.
RFID
Install (Operating System: Microsoft Windows POSReady 2009)
1.1
Check the Device Manager to verify the status of RFID reader.
Computer Management -> Device Manager -> Other devices (The device will show a
question mark if the installation is not done properly.)
1.2
Install RFID driver,file name:XP2KxVista.exe
2-1 Path:\USB Driver\ XP2KxVista.exe
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1.2.1
After clicking Next, A pop up console window appears as below.
1.2.2
Check the Device Manager to verify the status of RFID reader.
Computer Management -> Device Manager -> Ports (COM & LPT)
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1.3
install RFID utility
MifareDemoSetup_PSW00020.exe
3-1 Path:\MF320\MifareDemoSetup_PSW00020.exe
1.3.1
InstallShield Wizard will be activated.
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1.3.2 Click “Next”.
1.3.3
Click “Next”.
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1.3.4
1.3.5
Click “Giga-TMS” & “Next”.
Click “Next”.
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1.3.6
2.
Click “Finish”
Run RFID demo program. Start -> All Programs -> GIGA-TMS -> Mifare Demo
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2.1
Run “Auto Scan” Demo AP will detect the RFID reader automatically.
Or select the RFID COM port
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2.2
After finishing the AutoScan, Request box will be ready for the click and Reader
Version will show on the position as marked. (Reader Version: PGM-T1235 V1.0R3
(101230) Place Mifare Card to the RFID reader area. Event Dialog window gets the
data from the Mifare Card.
Place the RFID card on the RFID reader.
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2.3
Card type will be recognized when you click “Request”.
(Your Mifare card should be placed on the RFID reader area.)
2.4
Card ID will be recognized when you click “Card ID”.
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2.5
SAK will be read when you click “Select”.
2.6
The result will show when you click “Authenticate”.
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6-5
Internal VFD
Specification
Display Method
Number of Characters
Brightness
Character Font
General
Commands Mode
Language Support
Interface
Connection
Reliability
Power
Safety
Vacuum Fluorescent Display(blue-Green)
40 (20 Columns X 2 Lines)
500 ~ 1000 cd/m2
5X7 Doc Matrix
95
Alphanumeric,
32
International
Character Type
Characters
Character Size
6.75(H) X 3.75(W)mm
Doc Size (X x Y)
0.55 x 0.75 mm
Download Characters
9 Characters
4.70” (120mm) with Stand-alone Base
Height
9.80” (250mm) with Base and 1 Extension
Panel Dimension
75(H) x 170(W) x 50(D) mm
Pole Dimension
Per Support Length: 130 mm
Base Dimension
33(H) x 159.8(W) x 100(D) mm
o
Viewing Angle
Max. 90
o
Horizontal Rotation
Max. 355
Weight
Approx. 980 Grams
LD220, EPSON, AEDEX, UTC/S, UTC/P, ADM788, DSP800,
CD5220, EMAX, LOGIC CONTROL, Ultimate
US English, Int’l English, Bosnia, Croatian, Czech, Danish, Dutch,
Estonian, Faroese, Finnish, Flemish, French, Fr Canadian, German,
Greek, Hebrew, Hungarian, Icelandic, Indonesian, Irish, Italian,
Katakana, Latvian, Lithuanian, Norwegian, Polish, Portuguese,
Romanian, Russian, Slovene, Slovak, Spanish, Swedish
RS-232(Serial)/USB
Direct Connection 9600 or
Baud Rate
19,200 bps
MTBF
30,000 Hours
Consumption
5-12 VDC
EMC Standards
FCC, CE
Safety Standards
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6-6
i-Button Reader Configuration Utility
The i-Button Reader Configuration Utility is used to set up the output format of HID MSR
Installation
Below steps guide you how to install the Utility program.

Insert the setup CD

Run the HID_MSR_PSW00003_V2_0_0.exe setup file that is located in the Software
folder of CD.

Follow the wizard to complete the installation.
Launching Program
Below steps guide you how to load the Utility program.

From Start/Programs, click HID_MSR2 folder

Click MagStripe Card Reader Configuration Utility to launch the program.
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
The utility program will detect the connected reader. If detected, all the input text boxes
will be enabled.

If the reader has not been connected to PC yet, please connect the reader and then click
Refresh to get connected.
Configuration
Below is the main window of i-Button Utility program.
For the settings, there are:

Prefix/Suffix: Defines the data string which you would like to append in front or end of
the i-Button key string.

Error Message: Indicates error message when i-Button key read fail.

Message: Indicates message when i-Button key read correctly

SS/ES : Define Start and End sentinel byte for the i-Button ID string

Length : i-Button ID length request from 0~16

Output order : 4 format could be select at Attach /Remove i-Button ID
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Update Settings
Once complete the settings, click Update to update the settings to connected HID MSR
reader.
Save Settings
To save the settings to a file, click Save; specify the file name and location to be saved.
Open Settings
To load pre-saved settings, click Open, specify the settings file, and then click OK to load into
program.
Restore MSR Reader Settings
To load restore settings of connected MSR reader, click Restore ES2: End sentinel for track.
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6-7
1.
Installation and Testing of Smart Card Reader
Check smart card reader be detected by “Device manager”.
2. Install the SCR driver.
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3. Run Setup.exe.
4. Click “Yes”.
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5. Restart systems.
6. Check SCR reader in Device Manager.
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7. Run the testing program – EZ100test.
8. Conferm that SCR can be detected by the testing program, then run the program - the
Start Testing.
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9. Follow dialog boxes displayed to remove and insert card.
10. After finishing the testing, the dialog box will show “oK”.
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6-8
WiFi
1. Install the WiFi driver.
2. Run Setup.exe.
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7
7
BIOS/Utility
setup
BIOS/Utility setup
Press <DEL > / <F2> key to enter BIOS SETUP UTILITY when system boot up.
☆
Please press <DEL > / <F2> key tenderly and slowly.
Standard CMOS Features
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Date and Time
The Date and Time items show the current date and time on the computer. If you are running a
Windows OS, these items are automatically updated whenever you make changes to the
Windows Date and Time Properties utility.
IDE Devices
Press <Enter> to display the IDE submenu:
IDE HDD Auto-Detection
Press <Enter> while this item is highlighted to prompt the Setup Utility to automatically detect
and configure an IDE device on the IDE channel.
Advanced BIOS Features
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Hard Disk Boot Priority (Press Enter)
Scroll to this item and press <Enter> to view the following screen:
First/Second Boot Device (Floppy/Hard Disk/CDROM)
Use these three items to select the priority and order of the devices that your system searches
for an operating system at start-up time.
Advanced Chipset Features
COM port PIN9 setting
Select "COM1/2/3 PIN9 Function" and press <Enter> to setup COM 1/2/3 PIN9 function.
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ITEM
Option
Descriptions
COM1 PIN9 Function
RING (Default)
COM1/2/3 Pin9 select RING function
COM2 PIN9 Function
5V
COM1/2/3 Pin9 select 5V function
COM3 PIN9 Function
12V
COM1/2/3 Pin9 select 12v function
Integrated Peripherals
These options display items that define the operation of peripheral components on the
system’s input/output ports.
SuperIO Device (Press Enter)
Scroll to this item and press <Enter> to view the following screen:
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Power Management Setup
Soft-Off by PWR-BTTN (Instant-Off)
Under ACPI (Advanced Configuration and Power management Interface) you can create a
software power down. In a software power down, the system can be resumed by Wake Up
Alarms. This item lets you install a software power down that is controlled by the power button
on your system. If the item is set to Instant-Off, then the power button causes a software power
down. If the item is set to Delay 4 Sec. then you have to hold the power button down for four
seconds to cause a software power down.
Power On After Power Fail (Off)
This item enables your computer to automatically status after power returns from a power
failure.
Resume by Alarm (Disabled)
When set to Enabled, additional fields become available and you can set the date (day of the
month), hour, minute and second to turn on your system. When set to 0 (zero) for the day of
the month, the alarm will power on your system every day at the specified time.
Load Fail-Safe Defaults Option
This option opens a dialog box that lets you install fail-safe defaults for all appropriate items in
the Setup Utility:
Press <Y> and then <Enter> to install the defaults. Press <N> and then <Enter> to not install
the defaults. The fail-safe defaults place no great demands on the system and are generally
stable. If your system is not functioning correctly, try installing the fail-safe defaults as a first
step in getting your system working properly again. If you only want to install fail-safe defaults
for a specific option, select and display that option, and then press<F6>.
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Load Optimized Defaults Option
This option opens a dialog box that lets you install optimized defaults for all appropriate items
in the Setup Utility. Press <Y> and then <Enter> to install the defaults. Press <N> and then
<Enter> to not install the defaults. The optimized defaults place demands on the system that
may be greater than the performance level of the components, such as the CPU and the
memory. You can cause fatal errors or instability if you install the optimized defaults when your
hardware does not support them. If you only want to install setup defaults for a specific option,
select and display that option, and then press <F7>.
Set Supervisor/User Password
When this function is selected, the following message appears at the center of the screen to
assist you in creating a password.
ENTER PASSWORD
Type the password, up to eight characters, and press <Enter>. The password typed now will
clear any previously entered password from CMOS memory. You will be asked to confirm the
password. Type the password again and press <Enter>. You may also press <Esc> to abort
the selection. To disable password, just press <Enter> when you are prompted to enter
password. A message will confirm the password being disabled. Once the password is
disabled, the system will boot and you can enter BIOS Setup freely.
PASSWORD DISABLED
If you have selected “System” in “Security Option” of “BIOS Features Setup” menu, you will be
prompted for the password every time the system reboots or any time you try to enter BIOS
Setup. If you have selected “Setup” at “Security Option” from “BIOS Features Setup” menu,
you will be prompted for the password only when you enter BIOS Setup. Supervisor Password
has higher priority than User Password. You can use Supervisor Password when booting the
system or entering BIOS Setup to modify all settings. Also you can use User Password when
booting the system or entering BIOS Setup but can not modify any setting if Supervisor
Password is enabled.
Save & Exit Setup Option
Highlight this item and press <Enter> to save the changes that you have made in the Setup
Utility and exit the Setup Utility. When the Save and Exit dialog box appears, press <Y> to
save and exit, or press <N> to return to the main menu:
Exit Without Saving
Highlight this item and press <Enter> to discard any changes that you have made in the Setup
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Utility and exit the Setup Utility. When the Exit Without Saving dialog box appears, press <Y>
to discard changes and exit, or press <N> to return to the main menu.
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8
8
LCD Surface
Cleaning
LCD Surface Cleaning
1. How to clean the LCD surface properly?
☆ Do not spray any liquids on the LCD screen directly, and do not use paper towels,
this can cause the LCD screen to become scratched.
☆ Always apply the solution to your cloth first, not directly to the parts you are
cleaning. You want to avoid dripping the solution directly into your computer or
laptop.
☆ Stroke the cloth across the display in one direction, moving from the top of the
display to the bottom.
2. What are some of the basic supplies needed to clean an LCD screen?
☆ A soft cotton cloth. When cleaning the LCD screen it is important to use a soft
cotton cloth, rather than an old rag. Some materials, such as paper towels, could
cause scratches and damage the LCD screen.
☆ Solution of water and isopropyl alcohol. This solution can be used along with the
soft cotton cloth.
☆ Computer wipes. Only use these if they specifically state on the package they are
designed for LCD laptop screens. Computer wipes can come in handy for fast
clean-ups or when you want to avoid mixing up a cleaning solution yourself.
3. What types of cleaners are acceptable?
☆ Water
☆ Vinegar (mixed with water)
☆ Isopropyl Alcohol
NOTICE: The following cleaners are unacceptable:
☆
Acetone
☆
Ethyl alcohol
☆
Ethyl acid
☆
Ammonia
☆
Methyl chloride
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CE Notice
This device complies with the requirements of the CE directive.
FCC Notice
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 or
more of the following measures:
Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.
Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver.
Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the receiver
is connected.
Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help.
Shielded interface cables must be used in order to comply with emission limits.
Changes or modifications not expressly approved by the party responsible for compliance
could void the user’s authority to operate the equipment.
WEEE Notice
This appliance is labeled in accordance with European Directive 2002/96/EC concerning waste
electrical and electronic equipment (WEEE). The Directive determines the framework for the
return and recycling of used appliances as applicable throughout the European Union. This
label is applied to various products to indicate that the product is not to be thrown away, but
rather reclaimed upon end of life per this Directive.
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