HP t5630 Thin Client Hardware reference guide

Hardware Reference Guide
HP t5145/t5540/t5545/t5630 Thin Clients
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Hardware Reference Guide
HP t5145/t5540/t5545/t5630 Thin Clients
First Edition (July 2008)
Document Part Number: 495852-001
About This Book
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NOTE:
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Table of contents
1 Product Features
Standard Features ................................................................................................................................ 1
Thin Client Management Solutions ...................................................................................................... 2
Front Panel Components ..................................................................................................................... 3
Top Components .................................................................................................................................. 4
Rear Panel Components ...................................................................................................................... 5
Installing the Rubber Feet .................................................................................................................... 5
Installing the Stand ............................................................................................................................... 6
Removing the Stand ............................................................................................................................. 7
Using the Keyboard .............................................................................................................................. 8
Windows Logo Key .............................................................................................................. 9
Additional Function Keys ..................................................................................................... 9
Special Mouse Functions ..................................................................................................................... 9
Serial Number Location ...................................................................................................................... 10
2 Hardware Changes
General Hardware Installation Sequence ........................................................................................... 11
Removing and Replacing the Secure USB Compartment Cover ....................................................... 12
Removing the Secure USB Compartment Cover .............................................................. 12
Replacing the Secure USB Compartment Cover ............................................................... 13
Removing and Replacing the Side Access Panel and Metal Side Cover ........................................... 14
Removing the Side Access Panel and Metal Side Cover .................................................. 14
Replacing the Metal Side Cover and Side Access Panel .................................................. 15
Installing Thin Client Options .............................................................................................................. 16
Installing the USB Device .................................................................................................. 16
Removing and Replacing the Battery ................................................................................ 17
External Drives .................................................................................................................. 18
Appendix A Specifications
Appendix B Security Provisions
Securing the Thin Client ..................................................................................................................... 21
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Appendix C Mounting the Thin Client
HP Quick Release .............................................................................................................................. 22
Supported Mounting Options ............................................................................................. 24
Non-supported Mounting Option ........................................................................................ 26
Appendix D Thin Client Operation
Routine Thin Client Care .................................................................................................................... 27
Supported Orientations ...................................................................................................................... 27
Non-supported Orientation ................................................................................................................. 29
Appendix E Electrostatic Discharge
Preventing Electrostatic Damage ....................................................................................................... 30
Grounding Methods ............................................................................................................................ 30
Appendix F Shipping Information
Shipping Preparation .......................................................................................................................... 31
Important Service Repair Information ................................................................................................. 31
Index ................................................................................................................................................................... 32
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Product Features
Standard Features
Thank you for purchasing an HP thin client. We hope you have years of use from our thin clients. Our
goal is to provide you with award-winning clients that are easy to deploy and manage with the power
and reliability you expect.
The next sections describe the features of the thin client. For a complete list of the hardware and software
installed on a specific model, visit http://www.hp.com and search for your specific thin client model.
The following features are common to all HP thin clients:
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no moving parts
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no hard drives or diskette drives
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5-minute hardware setup time
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central deployment and management using HP Management Solutions
Various options are available for your thin client. For more information about available options, visit the
HP Web site at http://www.hp.com and search for your specific thin client model.
NOTE:
Your computer model may look different than the model in the following illustrations.
Standard Features
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Thin Client Management Solutions
HP has a comprehensive suite of management solutions to fit your needs. This allows you to choose
solutions that will work best in your environment.
HP ThinState Tools are a set of handy utilities that allow you to copy settings and software images from
one thin client to another using a USB drive key. HP ThinState tools complement other management
solutions and are included with HP thin client operating systems.
HP Device Manager is an enterprise-class thin client management software application that allows
customers to view their thin client assets remotely and to manipulate those thin clients to meet the
required business need. It is robust, yet easy to install and use. HP Device Manager lets you track,
configure, upgrade, clone, and manage thousands of individual devices from a centralized location. HP
Device Manager agents are included in most HP thin clients.
HP Client Automation is an industry-leading device management product, which is part of a bigger
Business Service Automation environment management solution. With HP Client Automation, you can
manage simple thin client deployments or highly complex IT environments that contain a combination
of thin clients, PCs, blades, servers and other common computer-based resources. HP Client
Automation agents work with all HP thin clients. For more information on HP Client Automation, please
visit the HP Web site at http://www.hp.com and search for “Business Service Automation.”
HP continues to partner with Altiris to manage HP thin clients. Altiris Deployment Solution is a leading
tool for quick deployment and ongoing management of thin clients in your organization. With your thin
client hardware purchase, you are entitled to a complimentary, current release of Altiris Deployment
Solution. For additional information, refer to the Quick Setup and Getting Started Guide that came with
your thin client, and visit the Altiris Web site at http://www.altiris.com/.
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Chapter 1 Product Features
Front Panel Components
For more information, http://www.hp.com and search for your specific thin client model to find the modelspecific QuickSpecs.
Figure 1-1 Front panel components
(1)
Secure USB compartment
(5)
Line-out (headphone) audio connector
(2)
Power button
(6)
Universal serial bus (USB) connectors (2)
(3)
Flash activity LED
(7)
Power LED
(4)
Line-in (microphone) connector
Front Panel Components
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Top Components
For more information, http://www.hp.com and search for your specific thin client model to find the modelspecific QuickSpecs.
The secure USB compartment allows you to use two USB devices in a secured location.
Figure 1-2 Top components, external view
(1)
Secure USB compartment
(2)
Cable lock slot
Figure 1-3 Top components, internal view
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(1)
Secure USB compartment ports (2)
(2)
Cable lock slot
Chapter 1 Product Features
Rear Panel Components
For more information, http://www.hp.com and search for your specific thin client model to find the modelspecific QuickSpecs.
Figure 1-4 Rear panel components
(1)
Ethernet RJ-45 connector
(6)
VGA connector
(2)
PS/2 connectors (2)
(7)
Serial connector
(3)
Parallel connector
(8)
DVI-D connector
(4)
Secure cable routing slot
(9)
Power connector
(5)
Universal serial bus (USB) connectors (2)
Installing the Rubber Feet
You may want to use your thin client in a horizontal orientation. If your unit has VESA (Video Electronics
Standards Association) holes in the side, you can install rubber feet on the left side of the unit. The
rubber feet help keep the unit safely in place.
To install the rubber feet:
1.
Locate the VESA (Video Electronics Standards Association) holes in the left side of the thin client.
CAUTION: If you use the thin client in a horizontal orientation without the rubber feet, it may slide
and result in equipment damage. If your unit does not have VESA mounting holes, you will need
to obtain the optional side panels with VESA mounting holes.
2.
Remove the feet from their backing.
Rear Panel Components
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3.
Align the feet with their holes and press them in securely.
Figure 1-5 Installing the rubber feet
Installing the Stand
If your unit does not have VESA mounting holes, you will need to use the thin client in a vertical
orientation and install the stand for stability.
To install the stand:
1.
Turn unit upside down.
2.
Locate the slots on the bottom of the unit into which the tabs on the stand fit. Position the stand
with the wide part toward the front of the unit. Align the tabs on the widest part of the stand with
the slots approximately 7.6 cm (3 inches) from the front of the unit and the tabs on the narrower
part with the slots approximately 3.8 cm (1.5 inches) from the rear of the unit.
3.
Insert the tabs into the slots, then press the stand down and slide it toward the rear of the thin client
until it locks into place.
Figure 1-6 Installing the stand
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Chapter 1 Product Features
Removing the Stand
To remove the stand:
1.
Turn unit upside down.
2.
Lift the tab (1), then slide the stand toward the front of the thin client and pull it up to remove it from
the unit (2).
Figure 1-7 Removing the stand
Removing the Stand
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Using the Keyboard
Figure 1-8 Keyboard features
(1)
Caps Lock key
Activates/deactivates the Caps Lock feature.
(2)
Scroll Lock key
Activates/deactivates the Scroll Lock feature.
(3)
Num Lock key
Activates/deactivates the Num Lock feature.
(4)
Ctrl key
Use in combination with another key; its function depends on the
application software you are using.
(5)
Windows Logo Key12
Opens the Start menu in Microsoft Windows. Use in combination with
other keys to perform other functions. For more information, see Windows
Logo Key on page 9.
(6)
Alt key
Use in combination with another key; its function depends on the
application software you are using.
(7)
Application key1
Similar to the right mouse button, opens pop-up menus in a Microsoft
Office application. May perform other functions in other software
applications.
(8)
Editing keys
Includes the following: Insert, Home, Page Up, Delete, End, and Page
Down.
Hold Ctrl and Alt while pressing Delete to restart the thin client.
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Available in select geographic regions.
2
Applies to XPe thin clients only.
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Chapter 1 Product Features
Windows Logo Key
Use the Windows Logo Key in combination with other keys to perform certain functions available in
Windows operating systems.
Windows Logo Key + Tab
Switch between open items.
Windows Logo Key + e
Open My Computer.
Windows Logo Key + f
Search for a file or folder.
Windows Logo Key + Ctrl + f
Search for computers.
Windows Logo Key + m
Minimize all windows.
Windows Logo Key + Shift + m
Undo minimize all.
Windows Logo Key + Break
Display the System Properties dialog box.
Windows Logo Key + r
Open the Run dialog box.
Additional Function Keys
The following key combinations also work on all thin clients regardless of operating system:
Alt + Esc
Cycles through minimized applications.
Alt + Tab
Cycles through open applications.
Alt + Shift + Tab
Switches to the previous session.
Special Mouse Functions
Most software applications support the use of a mouse. The functions assigned to each mouse button
depend on the software applications you are using.
Special Mouse Functions
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Serial Number Location
Every thin client includes a unique serial number located as shown in the following illustration. Have this
number available when contacting HP customer service for assistance.
Figure 1-9 Serial number location
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Chapter 1 Product Features
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Hardware Changes
General Hardware Installation Sequence
To ensure the proper installation thin client hardware components:
1.
Back up any data, if necessary.
2.
If the thin client is powered on:
a.
Turn off the computer properly through the operating system, then turn off any external
devices.
b.
Disconnect the power cord from the power outlet and disconnect any external devices.
c.
Disconnect any external devices or cables, such as a cable lock.
WARNING! To reduce the risk of personal injury from electrical shock and/or hot surfaces, be
sure to disconnect the power cord from the wall outlet and allow the internal system components
to cool before touching.
WARNING! To reduce the risk of electrical shock, fire, or damage to the equipment, do not plug
telecommunications or telephone connectors into the network interface controller (NIC)
receptacles.
CAUTION: Static electricity can damage the electronic components of the thin client or optional
equipment. Before beginning these procedures, ensure that you are discharged of static electricity
by briefly touching a grounded metal object. See Electrostatic Discharge on page 30 for more
information.
3.
Remove the secure USB compartment cover. See Removing and Replacing the Secure USB
Compartment Cover on page 12 for more information.
4.
Remove the side access panel and metal side cover. See Removing and Replacing the Side
Access Panel and Metal Side Cover on page 14 for more information.
5.
Remove any hardware that you will replace.
6.
Install or replace equipment. For removal and replacement procedures, see the following
sections:
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Installing the USB Device on page 16
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Removing and Replacing the Battery on page 17
NOTE:
Option kits include more detailed installation instructions.
General Hardware Installation Sequence
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7.
Replace the side access panel and metal side cover. See Removing and Replacing the Side
Access Panel and Metal Side Cover on page 14.
8.
Replace the secure USB compartment cover. See Removing and Replacing the Secure USB
Compartment Cover on page 12.
9.
Reconnect any external devices and power cords.
10. Turn on the monitor, the thin client, and any devices you want to test.
11. Load any necessary drivers.
NOTE: You can download select hardware drivers from HP. Go to http://www.hp.com and search
for your specific thin client model.
12. Reconfigure the thin client, if necessary.
Removing and Replacing the Secure USB Compartment
Cover
The secure USB compartment allows you to install two USB devices in a secure location inside the thin
client. The cable management feature allows you to install a USB mouse and a USB keyboard in this
compartment. See Installing the USB Device on page 16 for more information. Along with providing
a hidden location, the secure USB compartment can be locked by the optional security cable lock.
CAUTION: The ambient temperature inside of the secure USB compartment can reach up to 55° C
(131° F) in worst case conditions. Make sure the specifications for any device you install in the
compartment indicate the device can tolerate a 55° C (131° F) ambient environment.
NOTE: In addition to following these instructions, follow the detailed instructions that accompany the
accessory you are installing.
Before beginning the installation process, review General Hardware Installation Sequence
on page 11 for procedures you should follow before and after installing or replacing hardware.
Removing the Secure USB Compartment Cover
Use the following procedure to remove the secure USB compartment cover.
WARNING! Before removing the secure USB compartment cover, ensure that the thin client is turned
off and the power cord is disconnected from the electrical outlet.
To remove the secure USB compartment cover:
1.
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On rear of the thin client, remove the screw that secures the compartment cover to the unit (1).
Chapter 2 Hardware Changes
2.
Push the compartment cover about .6 cm (1/4 inch) toward the front of the unit (2) and lift it off the
unit (3).
Figure 2-1 Removing the secure USB compartment cover
Replacing the Secure USB Compartment Cover
To replace the secure compartment cover:
1.
Place the cover on top of the unit so it is offset about 0.6 cm (1/4 inch) toward the front of the unit,
allowing the tabs on the cover to align with the slots on the chassis (1).
2.
Slide the cover toward the back of the unit until the cover is flush with the back panel of the chassis
(2).
3.
Replace the screw (3).
Figure 2-2 Replacing the secure compartment cover
Removing and Replacing the Secure USB Compartment Cover
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Removing and Replacing the Side Access Panel and Metal
Side Cover
Removing the Side Access Panel and Metal Side Cover
WARNING! Before removing the side access panel, ensure that the thin client is turned off and the
power cord is disconnected from the electrical outlet.
To remove the access panel:
1.
Remove the secure compartment cover (1). For more information, see Removing the Secure USB
Compartment Cover on page 12.
2.
Lay the unit flat on a stable surface with the right side up and the left side down.
3.
Slide the access panel about 3 mm (1/8 inch) toward the top of the unit (2), and then lift the access
panel up and off the unit (3).
Figure 2-3 Removing the side access panel
To remove the metal side cover:
NOTE: You must remove the metal side cover to access internal components such as the battery or
the memory.
1.
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Remove the four screws that secure the metal side cover to the chassis (1).
Chapter 2 Hardware Changes
2.
Lift the metal side cover, rear side first, off the unit (2).
Figure 2-4 Removing the metal side cover
Replacing the Metal Side Cover and Side Access Panel
To replace the metal side cover:
1.
Slip the front edge of the metal side cover under the lip on the chassis and lower the cover until it
snaps into place (1).
2.
Align the screw holes of the metal side cover with the chassis holes and insert and tighten the four
screws (2).
Figure 2-5 Replacing the metal side cover
To replace the access panel:
1.
Align the tabs on the access panel with the slots in the metal side cover and place the access panel
on the side of the unit, offset about 3 mm (1/8 inch) toward the top of the unit (1).
2.
Slide the panel toward the bottom of the unit until the cover is flush with the bottom panel of the
chassis (2).
Removing and Replacing the Side Access Panel and Metal Side Cover
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Installing Thin Client Options
Various options can be installed on the thin client:
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Installing the USB Device on page 16
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Removing and Replacing the Battery on page 17
Installing the USB Device
Before beginning the replacement process, review General Hardware Installation Sequence
on page 11 for procedures you should follow before and after installing or replacing hardware.
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Insert the USB device into the USB port in the secure USB compartment. See the following
illustration for the location of the ports in the secure USB compartment.
Figure 2-6 USB ports in the secure USB compartment
If you install a USB mouse and a USB keyboard in the secure USB compartment, route the cables
around and through the clips, then out the secure cable routing slot, as shown in the following illustration.
Figure 2-7 Using the secure cable routing slot
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Chapter 2 Hardware Changes
Removing and Replacing the Battery
Before beginning the replacement process, review General Hardware Installation Sequence
on page 11 for procedures you should follow before and after installing or replacing hardware.
WARNING! Before removing the side access panel, ensure that the thin client is turned off and the
power cord is disconnected from the electrical outlet.
To remove and replace the battery:
1.
Locate the battery on the system board.
2.
To release the battery from its holder, gently push the metal guard (1) that extends above one edge
of the battery very slightly toward the rear of the unit, then lift the battery out (2).
NOTE:
Be careful not to bend the metal guard.
Figure 2-8 Removing and replacing the internal battery
3.
Slide one edge of the battery into the slot and push down until the guard snaps over the edge of
the battery .
HP encourages customers to recycle used electronic hardware, HP original print cartridges, and
rechargeable batteries. For more information about recycling programs, go to http://www.hp.com and
search for “recycle”.
Batteries, battery packs, and accumulators should not be disposed of together with the general household
waste. In order to forward them to recycling or proper disposal, please use the public collection system
or return them to HP, an authorized HP partner, or their agents.
The Taiwan EPA requires dry battery manufacturing or importing firms, in accordance with Article 15 or
the Waste Disposal Act, to indicate the recovery marks on the batteries used in sales, giveaways, or
promotions. Contact a qualified Taiwanese recycler for proper battery disposal.
Installing Thin Client Options
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External Drives
Various external USB drives are available as options for these thin clients. For more information about
these drives, visit http://www.hp.com and search for your specific thin client model, or refer to the
instructions that accompany the option.
For more information about available options, visit the HP Web sitehttp://www.hp.com and search for
your specific thin client model.
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Chapter 2 Hardware Changes
A
Specifications
Table A-1 HP t5145/t5540/t5545/t5630 Thin Client
Dimensions
Width
52.07 mm
2.05 in.
Height (without stand)
209.55 mm
8.25 in
Height (with stand)
219.70 mm
8.65 In
Depth
215.90 mm
8.50 in.
Approximate Weight
1.54 kg
3.40 lb
10° to 40° C
50° to 104° F
-30° to 60° C
-22° to 140° F
Temperature Range (fanless design)*
Operating**
(max. rate of change is 10° C per hour or 18° F per hour)
Nonoperating
(max. rate of change is 20° C per hour or 36° F per hour)
*Specifications are at sea level with altitude derating of 1° C/
300m (1.8° F/1000ft) to a maximum of 3Km (10,000ft), with
no direct, sustained sunlight. Upper limit may be limited by
the type and number of options installed.
** The operating temperature range when the thin client
is attached to a flat panel using the HP Quick Release
is 50° to 95° F (10° to 35° C).
Relative Humidity (non-condensing)
Operating
10–90%
10–90%
5–95%
5–95%
3048 m
10,000 ft
9144 m
30,000 ft
100–240 VAC
100–240 VAC
(max. wet bulb temperature is 28° C or 84.2° F)
Nonoperating
(max. wet bulb temperature is 38.7° C or 101.6° F)
Maximum Altitude (unpressurized)
Operating
(max. allowed rate of change is 457m per minute or 1500 ft
per minute)
Nonoperating
(max. allowed rate of change is 457m per minute or 1500 ft
per minute)
Power Supply
Operating Voltage Range
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Table A-1 HP t5145/t5540/t5545/t5630 Thin Client (continued)
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Rated Line Frequency
50–60 Hz
50–60 Hz
Power Output (maximum)
50 W
50 W
Rated Output Current (maximum)
4.16 A
4.16 A
Output Voltage
+12 V DC
+12 V DC
Appendix A Specifications
B
Security Provisions
Securing the Thin Client
These thin clients are designed to accept a security cable lock. This cable lock prevents unauthorized
removal of the thin client, as well as locking the secure compartment. To order this option, visit the HP
Web site at http://www.hp.com and search for your specific thin client model.
1.
Locate the cable lock slot on the back panel.
2.
Insert the cable lock into the slot, and then use the key to lock it.
Figure B-1 Securing the thin client
You may also secure your USB mouse and keyboard or other USB devices by installing them in the
secure USB compartment. See Installing the USB Device on page 16.
Securing the Thin Client
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C
Mounting the Thin Client
HP Quick Release
If your thin client does not have VESA mounting holes, you must obtain and install the optional side
panels with VESA mounting holes and HP Quick Release. To order, visit the HP Web site at
http://www.hp.com and search for your specific thin client model.
This thin client incorporates four mounting points on each side of the unit. These mounting points follow
the VESA (Video Electronics Standards Association) standard, which provides industry-standard
mounting interfaces for Flat Displays (FDs), such as flat panel monitors, flat displays, and flat TVs. The
HP Quick Release connects to the VESA-standard mounting points, allowing you to mount the thin client
in a variety of orientations.
NOTE:
When mounting to a thin client, use the 10 mm screws supplied with the HP Quick Release.
Figure C-1 HP Quick Release
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Appendix C Mounting the Thin Client
To use the HP Quick Release with a VESA-configured thin client:
1.
Using four 10 mm screws included in the mounting device kit, attach one side of the HP Quick
Release to the thin client as shown in the following illustration.
Figure C-2 Connecting the HP Quick Release to the thin client
2.
Using four screws included in the mounting device kit, attach the other side of the HP Quick Release
to the device to which you will mount the thin client. Make sure the release lever points upward.
Figure C-3 Connecting the HP Quick Release to another device
HP Quick Release
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3.
Slide the side of the mounting device attached to the thin client (1) over the other side of the
mounting device (2) on the device on which you want to mount the thin client. An audible 'click'
indicates a secure connection.
Figure C-4 Connecting the thin client
NOTE: When attached, the HP Quick Release automatically locks in position. You only need to slide
the lever to one side to remove the thin client.
CAUTION: To ensure proper function of the HP Quick Release and a secure connection of all
components, make sure both the release lever on one side of the mounting device and the rounded
opening on the other side face upward.
Supported Mounting Options
The following illustrations demonstrate some of the supported and not supported mounting options for
the mounting bracket.
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You can mount a thin client between a flat panel monitor and the wall.
Figure C-5 Thin client mounted with flat panel on wall
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You can mount the thin client on the back of a flat panel monitor stand.
Appendix C Mounting the Thin Client
Figure C-6 Thin client mounted on back of monitor stand
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You can mount the thin client on a wall.
Figure C-7 Thin client mounted on wall
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You can mount the thin client under a desk.
Figure C-8 Thin client mounted under desk
HP Quick Release
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Non-supported Mounting Option
CAUTION: Mounting a thin client in an non-supported manner could result in failure of the HP Quick
Release and damage to the thin client and/or other equipment.
Do not mount the thin client on a flat panel monitor stand, between the panel and the stand.
Figure C-9 Unsupported mounting position—thin client between stand and monitor
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Appendix C Mounting the Thin Client
D
Thin Client Operation
Routine Thin Client Care
Use the following information to properly care for your thin client:
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Never operate the thin client with the outside panel removed.
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Keep the thin client away from excessive moisture, direct sunlight, and extreme heat and cold. For
information about the recommended temperature and humidity ranges for the thin client, see
Specifications on page 19.
●
Keep liquids away from the thin client and keyboard.
●
Turn off the thin client and wipe the exterior with a soft, damp cloth as needed. Using cleaning
products may discolor or damage the finish.
Supported Orientations
HP supports the following orientations for the thin client.
CAUTION:
properly.
●
You must adhere to HP-supported orientations to ensure your thin clients function
You can place the thin client vertically using the supplied stand.
CAUTION: If your unit does not have VESA mounting holes, this is the only supported orientation.
Figure D-1 Vertical orientation
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You can lay the thin client horizontally on its rubber feet.
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NOTE: If your unit does not have VESA mounting holes, you will need to obtain the optional side
panels with VESA mounting holes.
Figure D-2 Horizontal orientation
●
You can lay the thin client under a monitor stand with at least one inch of clearance.
Figure D-3 Under monitor stand
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Appendix D Thin Client Operation
Non-supported Orientation
HP does not support the following orientation for the thin client.
CAUTION: Non-supported placement of thin clients could result in operation failure and/or damage to
the devices.
CAUTION:
vents.
Thin clients require proper ventilation to maintain operating temperature. Do not block the
Do not put thin clients in drawers or other sealed enclosures. Do not place a monitor or other object on
top of the thin client. Thin clients require proper ventilation to maintain operating temperatures.
Figure D-4 Do not put thin clients in drawers or other sealed enclosures
Figure D-5 Do not place a monitor on the thin client
Non-supported Orientation
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E
Electrostatic Discharge
A discharge of static electricity from a finger or other conductor may damage system boards or other
static-sensitive devices. This type of damage may reduce the life expectancy of the device.
Preventing Electrostatic Damage
To prevent electrostatic damage, observe the following precautions:
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Avoid hand contact by transporting and storing products in static-safe containers.
●
Keep electrostatic-sensitive parts in their containers until they arrive at static-free workstations.
●
Place parts on a grounded surface before removing them from their containers.
●
Avoid touching pins, leads, or circuitry.
●
Always be properly grounded when touching a static-sensitive component or assembly.
Grounding Methods
There are several methods for grounding. Use one or more of the following methods when handling or
installing electrostatic-sensitive parts:
●
Use a wrist strap connected by a ground cord to a grounded Thin Client chassis. Wrist straps are
flexible straps of 1 megohm +/- 10 percent resistance in the ground cords. To provide proper
grounding, wear the strap snug against the skin.
●
Use heelstraps, toestraps, or bootstraps at standing workstations. Wear the straps on both feet
when standing on conductive floors or dissipating floor mats.
●
Use conductive field service tools.
●
Use a portable field service kit with a folding static-dissipating work mat.
If you do not have any of the suggested equipment for proper grounding, contact an HP authorized
dealer, reseller, or service provider.
NOTE: For more information about static electricity, contact an HP authorized dealer, reseller, or
service provider.
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Appendix E Electrostatic Discharge
F
Shipping Information
Shipping Preparation
Follow these suggestions when preparing to ship the thin client:
1.
Turn off the thin client and external devices.
2.
Disconnect the power cord from the electrical outlet, then from the thin client.
3.
Disconnect the system components and external devices from their power sources, then from the
thin client.
4.
Pack the system components and external devices in their original packing boxes or similar
packaging with sufficient packing material to protect them.
NOTE:
For environmental nonoperating ranges, see Specifications on page 19.
Important Service Repair Information
In all cases, remove and safeguard all external options before returning the thin client to HP for repair
or exchange.
In countries that support customer mail-in repair by returning the same unit to the customer, HP makes
every effort to return the repaired unit with the same internal memory and flash modules that were sent.
In countries that do not support customer mail-in repair by returning the same unit to the customer, all
internal options should be removed and safeguarded in addition to the external options. The thin client
should be restored to the original configuration before returning it to HP for repair.
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Index
A
access panel
removing 14
replacing 15
altitude specifications 19
F
feet, installing 5
Flash activity LED location 3
front panel components 3
function keys 9
B
battery, replacing 17
G
grounding methods 30
C
cable lock slot location 4
cable lock, installing 21
cable routing slot 5
cautions
ambient temperature 12
HP Quick Release 24
mounting thin client 26
static electricity 11
thin client orientation 27, 29
ventilation 29
Client Automation 2
components
front panel 3
keyboard 8
mouse 9
rear panel 5
top 4
H
hard drive 18
hardware drivers 12
hardware specifications 19
hardware, upgrades 11
headphone connector location 3
horizontal orientation 5, 27
HP Client Automation 2
HP Device Manager 2
HP Quick Release 22
HP ThinState Tools 2
humidity specifications 19
D
Device Manager 2
dimensions 19
diskette drive 18
download hardware drivers 12
DVI-D connector location 5
E
electrostatic discharge 30
Ethernet connector location
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Index
5
layout 8
Windows logo key 9
L
line-out audio location 5
lock, cable, slot location 4
M
management solutions 2
metal side cover
removing 14
replacing 15
microphone connector location 3
mounting holes, VESA 5
mounting options
on back of monitor stand 24
on wall 24
under desk 24
with flat panel on wall 24
mounting thin client 22
mouse functions 9
I
installation sequence 11
installing
cable lock 21
external drives 18
hardware 11
HP Quick Release 22
MultiBay diskette drive 18
rubber feet 5
stand 6
thin client onto HP Quick
Release 22
USB devices 1, 12, 16
N
non-supported orientations
in a drawer 29
under a monitor 29
K
keyboard
function keys 9
P
parallel connector 5
power button location 3
power connector location
O
options
installing 11
supported 11
USB device 16
orientation
horizontal 5
vertical 6
5
power LED location 3
power output specifications 20
power supply specifications 19
preventing electrostatic
damage 30
PS/2 connectors location 5
Q
Quick Release
22
R
rated output current 20
rear panel components 5
recycling 17
relative humidity
specifications 19
removing
battery 17
metal side cover 14
secure USB compartment
cover 12
side access panel 14
stand 7
replacing
battery 17
metal side cover 15
secure USB compartment
cover 13
side access panel 15
RJ-45 connector location 5
routine care 27
rubber feet, installing 5
S
secure cable routing slot 5
secure USB compartment
location 3, 4
ports 4
removing cover 12
replacing cover 13
security
cable routing slot 16
USB devices 16
serial connector location 5
serial number location 10
service repair 31
shipping preparation 31
shutting down 11
side access panel
removing 14
replacing 15
side cover
removing 14
replacing 15
solutions, management 2
specifications
altitude 19
dimensions 19
hardware 19
humidity 19
power output 20
power supply 19
rated output current 20
relative humidity 19
temperature 19
thin client 19
weight 19
stand
installing 6
removing 7
supported mounting options 24
supported orientations
horizontal 27
under monitor stand 27
vertical 27
Web sites
Altiris 2
HP 1
options 1
weight 19
Windows Logo Key 8
Windows logo key 9
T
temperature specifications 19
ThinState Tools 2
top components 4
U
unsupported mounting option 26
USB compartment
security 21
USB devices, installing 1, 12,
16
USB drive options 18
USB ports
location 3, 5
secure 4
V
vertical orientation 6, 27
VESA mounting holes 5
VGA connector location 5
W
warnings
electric shock 11, 12, 14, 17
fire 11
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