Техническое руководство JIVA-5815

Техническое руководство JIVA-5815
Jiva (TP-5815 Pro)
SERIES
TECHNICAL MANUAL
WORK STATION
Rev. :
MANUFACTURED BY:
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POSIFLEX TECHNOLOGIES, INC.
AN ISO-9001 AND ISO-14001 CERTIFIED MANUFACTURER
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TAIPEI HSIEN, TAIWAN
http://www.posiflexusa.com
EMAIL: [email protected]
SOME IMPORTANT NOTES
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 will terminate automatically when the machine is opened by any person other than
the authorized technicians. 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.
ABOUT THIS MANUAL
This manual assists the user especially the software programmer who provides the software
system for POS application to utilize the hardware of the Jiva (TP-5815 Pro) series which is a member
of the POSIFLEX integrated point-of-sale terminal product family. The Jiva (TP-5815 Pro) is a
compact point-of-sale system that gives the most user friendly application interface by providing a
touch control LCD panel and combines the performance and affordability of personal computers with
the elegance and reliability of business machine. The Jiva (TP-5815 Pro) also provides the built-in
networking capability for easy communication among multiple terminals in addition to the data
transfer and control through back office server.
The manufacturer of the Jiva (TP-5815 Pro) series heartily apologizes to the user for reserving the
right to change or to modify this manual without notice due to the rapid and constant progress and
improvement on science and technology. The user may always obtain the most up to date information
or software utilities through any of our web sites:
http://www.posiflex.com.tw; http://www.posiflex.com; http://www.posiflexusa.com
© Copyright Posiflex Technologies, Inc., 2007
All rights are strictly reserved. No part of this documentation may be reproduced, stored in a retrieval
system, or transmitted in any form or by any means, electronic, mechanical, photocopying, or
otherwise, without the prior written consent of Posiflex Technologies, Inc. the publisher of this
documentation.
TRADE MARKS AND SERVICE MARKS
POSIFLEX is a registered trademark of Posiflex Technologies, Inc..
Other brand and product names are trademarks and registered trademarks and service marks
of their respective owners.
TABLE OF CONTENTS
OVERVIEW . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 - 1
SCOPE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1
FEATURES . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1
OPTIONAL ITEMS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1
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GENERAL SPECIFICATIONS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 - 1
SYSTEM . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2
POWER SOURCE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2
SYSTEM POWER ON/OFF CONTROL . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2
UPS SUPPORT (battery option) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2
12VDC POWER SUPPLY INTO SYSTEM . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2
OVERALL POWER OUTPUT LIMIT . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2
INPUT / OUTPUT PORTS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2
HDD IN BASE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2
TOUCH PANEL . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2
PRELOAD OS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2
OPERATOR DISPLAY . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2
LED COLOR . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2
AUDIO PORT . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2
EXTERIOR . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2
ENVIRONMENTAL . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2
ACCESSORIES . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2
COMPLIANCE APPROVALS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2
OPTIONS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2
SECOND DISPLAY ON REAR BASE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2
CUSTOMER DISPLAY . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2
DRAM EXPANSION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2
SIDE MOUNT UPGRADE KIT BC100 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2
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SIDE MOUNT UPGRADE KIT KP100 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2
Programmable keypad . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2
Magnetic stripe reader . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2
Smart card reader . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2
SIDE MOUNT UPGRADE KIT SD100 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2
Magnetic stripe reader . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2
Smart card reader . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2
iButton reader . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2
SIDE MOUNT UPGRADE KIT SD200 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2
Optical fingerprint sensor . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2
Magnetic stripe reader . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2
UPS BATTERY . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2
INTERNAL CD ROM DRIVE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2
EXTERNAL CD ROM DRIVE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2
CASH DRAWER CONTROL CABLE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2
WIRELESS LAN . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2
WALL MOUNT KITS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2
PRINTER . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2
PP-2000 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2
PP-5600 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2
PP-5700 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2
PP-7000II . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2
PP-7000L . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2
PP-7000U . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2
PP-7700 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2
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RELIABILITY SPECIFICATION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 - 1
SYSTEM DEFINITIONS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 - 1
BLOCK DIAGRAM . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4
12 V DC IN CONNECTOR . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4
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UPS BATTERY CONNECTOR . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4
LAN PORT . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4
VGA CONNECTOR . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4
SERIAL PORT COM1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4
SERIAL PORT COM2/3/4 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4
PARALLEL PORT LPT1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4
PS/2 KEYBOARD CONNECTOR . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4
PS/2 MOUSE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4
USB0 / USB1 / USB2 / USB3 / USB4 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4
ATA IDE CONNECTOR . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4
HDD POWER CONNECTOR . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4
AUDIO OUT . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4
MIC IN . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4
CASH DRAWER CONTROLLER . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4
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APPLICATION GUIDES . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5 - 1
POWER SUPPLY TO I/O PORTS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5
COM1 APPLICATION COMMENT . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5
SOFTWARE SYSTEM BACKUP . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5
CASH DRAWER . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5
PS/2 INTERFACE DEVICE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5
EXTENDED DUAL DISPLAY MODE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5
CUSTOMER DISPLAY . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5
ATA IDE & POWER CONNECTORS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5
POWER ON/OFF CONTROL . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5
EXTERNAL POWER SWITCH . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5
SOFTWARE SWITCH OFF . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5
FORCED POWER OFF . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5
UPS BATTERY . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5
UPS BATTERY HEALTH CHECK . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5
AUTOMATIC POWER ON CONTROL . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5
ALARM CLOCK WAKE UP . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5
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MODEM RING UP . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5
LAN WAKE UP . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5
FINGERPRINT SENSOR . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5
SMART CARD READER . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5
POSIFLEX TOOLS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5
POSIFLEX POWER SWITCH MANAGER . . . . . . . . . . 5
POWER SWITCH SETTING . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5
UPS SETTING . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5
POWER OFF DELAY TIME . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5
POSIFLEX (USB) MSR MANAGER . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5
ENABLE MSR TUNING . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5
USE ALT-NUM EMULATION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5
ENABLE MSR TRACK 1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5
ENABLE MSR TRACK 2 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5
ENABLE MSR TRACK 3 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5
MSR WILL SEND THE LEADING CODE . . . . . . . . . . . . 5
MSR TRACK 1 LEADING CODE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5
MSR TRACK 2 LEADING CODE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5
MSR TRACK 3 LEADING CODE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5
MSR ENDING CODE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5
INTERCHARACTER TRANSMISSION DELAY . . . . . . . . 5
SEND LRC . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5
ADDITIONAL CR . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5
RESET TO ENGLISH DEFAULTS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5
RESET TO NON-ENGLISH DEFAULTS . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5
PROGRAMMABLE KEYPAD . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5
THE COMMAND MENU . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5
SPECIAL CONTENTS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5
POSIFLEX USB TOUCH MANAGER . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5
POSIFLEX USB TOUCH MANAGER . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5
USB TOUCH CALIBRATOR . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5
USB TOUCH EDGE ACCELERATION TOOL . . . . . . . . . 5
USB TOUCH RIGHT BUTTON TOOL . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5
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REMARKS FOR USB TOUCH IN DOS APPLICATION . . . 5
RS232 TOUXH DRIVER . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5
SOFTWARE COMMAND INDEX . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5
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HARDWARE DETAILS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6 - 1
MAIN BOARD . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6
COMPONENT SIDE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6
SOLDER SIDE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6
JUMPERS AND CONNECTORS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6
On component side . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6
On solder side . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6
JUMPER SETTINGS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6
LAN chip control enable/disable . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6
CMOS data control . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6
COM1/COM2 DC supply select . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6
VGA port DC power enable/disable . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6
Software awareness of UPS status . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6
Audio output control . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6
Touch signal setting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6
PS/2 mouse signal loopback . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6
RISER CARD (LT-057 for NO TOUCH) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6
COMPONENT SIDE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6
SOLDER SIDE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6
CONNECTORS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6
On solder side . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6
RISER CARD (TP-058 for RS232 TOUCH) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6
COMPONENT SIDE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6
SOLDER SIDE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6
CONNECTORS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6
On solder side . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6
RISER CARD (TP-059 for USB TOUCH) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6
COMPONENT SIDE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6
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SOLDER SIDE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6
JUMPERS AND CONNECTORS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6
On component side . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6
On solder side . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6
JUMPER SETTINGS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6
USB touch setup . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6
LPC ADAPTOR CARD . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6
COMPONENT SIDE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6
SOLDER SIDE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6
JUMPERS AND CONNECTORS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6
On component side . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6
On solder side . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6
JUMPER SETTINGS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6
COM3/COM4 DC supply select . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6
USB MSR CONTROL BOARD (SD100) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6
COMPONENT SIDE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6
JUMPER SETTINGS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6
USB MSR CONTROL BOARD (SD200) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6
COMPONENT SIDE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6
JUMPER SETTINGS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6
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SERVICE AND SPARE PARTS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7 - 1
SERVICE GUIDE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7
SIDE MOUNT UPGRADE KIT . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7
REAR TOP MOUNT UPGRADE KIT . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7
BASE MOUNT UPGRADE KIT . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7
BASE INSTALLED DEVICES . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7
REPLACE BASE INSTALLED 3.5” HDD . . . . . . . . . . . . 7
BASE INSTALLED 2.5” HDD (option) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7
To remove the earlier version 2.5” HDD . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7
To install the earlier version 2.5” HDD . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7
To remove the later version 2.5” HDD . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7
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To install the later version 2.5” HDD . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7
To remove the 2.5” HDD bracket assembly . . . . . . . . . . . . 7
CDROM DRIVE (for universal base) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7
POWER ADAPTOR (for universal base) . . . . . . . . . . . . 7
WALL MOUNT KITS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7
Wall mount kit types . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7
Mounting the kit and main unit to wall . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7
Device installation in bracket . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7
BASE WALL MOUNT CONVERSION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7
OPEN THE MAIN UNIT . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7
SEPARATE LCD PANEL ASSEMBLY . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7
OPEN COVER PLATE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7
REPLACE LPC ADAPTOR CARD . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7
REPLACE MAINBOARD . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7
SPARE PARTS LIST . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7
ASSEMBLY DRAWING . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7
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OVERVIEW
SCOPE
The Jiva (TP-5815 Pro) series is a series of fully integrated PC based Point-OfSale terminals. These series provide the best performance and the most user-friendly
interface for Point-Of-Sale, Hospitality and Kiosk systems with a VIA CPU of C7 1G..
This series also provides an industrial-use touch control panel over the 15” LCD
integrated on the front surface of the system. The Jiva (TP-5815 Pro) series can utilize
a slim base that supports 2nd LCD display or pole mount customer display on rear base,
storage room for 3.5” HDD and optional UPS battery in base or an universal base that
supports 2nd LCD display or pole mount customer display on rear base, 3.5” HDD
housing, power adaptor housing, optional UPS battery storage in base or even wall
mount without base. In short, this series engages modular design for numerous
advanced hi-tech applications in robust integrated construction.
FEATURES
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CPU: VIA C7 1G or above
HDD: 40 GB or above
Support WinCE, WinXP Pro, WEPOS and Linux environment
High quality 15” TFT active matrix LCD panel
Vertical type LCD panel with easy tilt angle adjustment from 15° to
72.5°
Extra long life resistive type touch panel that endures 35 million touches at
same spot or optional InfraRed type touch sensor giving maximum clarity
Spill proof water resistant structure allowing easy cleaning
Easy maintenance construction
Various I/O ports supported, including:
a. 1 PS/2 KB port
b. 1 PS/2 mouse port
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c.
4 Serial Ports with capability for +5V DC support with COM3/4 in
form of 10 pin compatible modular RJ45 jacks with 2 pcs of
conversion cables included in delivery
d. 1 parallel port
e. 5 USB 2.0 ports
f. 1 LAN port 10/100 base T Ethernet
g. 1 external VGA monitor port
h. 1 set of Audio out port (1 Microphone input and 1 audio line output)
i. 1 IDE connector + 1 power connector for HDD (also for internal CD
ROM drive for universal base model only) in base
j. 1 cash drawer connector for control over 2 cash drawers with drawer
open detection
k. 1 UPS battery connector (for optional UPS battery in base)
l. 1 DC 12 V input connector
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setting.
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Preprogrammed timer wake up function
COM port MODEM ring up function
LAN wake up function
Built-in UPS function with battery health check and alarm to support
the system from intermittent power failure (battery itself is an option)
Accidental power off protection – The power switch is safely located at
one side, and this power switch can be defined as a “ON” switch only
through software command
Software power off makes full featured remote control through LAN or
MODEM possible
Forced power off against system malfunction under the power switch
on/off mode or under power switch on only mode with prolonged effort
Touch control functions: left/right button, double click, drag & drop
through USB interface
Touch parameters like touch sound enable/disable or pitch adjust can be
software controlled
High resolution touch sensor controller: 1024 X 1024
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DDR2 SDRAM DIMM memory can extend to 2GB in 2 modules
Dual display support under OS capability
VGA memory size program by software up to 64 MB
Integrated structure for various optional upgrade kits
OPTIONAL ITEMS
Note: The underlined items in the following list means that option must be set
prior to shipment from the factory. The rest items can be set by the
dealers.
a) DDR2 DIMM memory expansion up to 2GB
b) Side mount integrated upgrade kit
1. KP-100/100U (40 key keypad, MSR, Smart card reader in PS2/USB
interface)
2. SD-100 (iButton reader, MSR, Smart card reader)
3. SD-200 (Optical fingerprint sensor, MSR)
4. BC-100 (Bar code card reader)
c) Integrated rear top mount LCD customer display PD-302
d) Pole mount 2 by 20 VFD customer display through USB or COM port or
base mount 12” or 15” 2nd LCD monitor
e) Preload WinXP Pro, WEPOS or WinCE
f) UPS battery
g) Internal CD ROM / DVD drive in base (for universal base model only)
h) USB interface external slim type CD-ROM/CD-RW/DVD-ROM drive
i) Posiflex cash drawers (CR-3100 /CR-3200 /CR-4000 /CR-4100 /CR-6210)
j) 2 in 1 split cash drawer control cable 21863023800
k) Wireless LAN in USB interface
l) Wireless Dongle for Posiflex wireless POS printers
m) Posiflex POS printers
n) RJ45 to DB9 conversion cable for COM3/4
o) Wall mount kit WB-6000, WB-6300, WB-6600, WB-6800 etc.
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GENERAL SPECIFICATION
SYSTEM
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CPU: VIA C7 1G or above
DDR2 DIMM : 256 MB (expandable to 2GB in 2 modules)
Built-in 3.5” HDD 40 GB above in IDE interface in base
POWER SOURCE
DC power adaptor:
Item
Specification
Voltage range of adaptor input
100 ~ 240 V AC
Load limit of adaptor input
2.5 A max.
Input frequency
47 / 63 Hz
Voltage output
12 V DC
Output current
6.6 A
System:
Total Power Consumption
Display used
Normal
Maximum
15” TFT LCD
60 W
80 W
SYSTEM POWER ON/OFF CONTROL
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One main power ON/OFF slide switch at side, this switch can be
programmed as “ON” only
System can be waked up after each power off by any of the preset timer or
a remote COM port MODEM call or LAN wakeup packet
System can be switched off by software command through local or remote
program control
Forced power off when switch is ON/OFF or when switch is ON only with
prolonged effort
Power OFF to ON duration: 10 seconds min.
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UPS SUPPORT (battery option)
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Supports system operation for up to 30 min. depending on loading
condition
l Green LED turned on when adaptor power stand-by
l Blue LED flashes and system beeps when UPS battery starts working and
discharging, and Green LED flashes when UPS battery near to end
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12VDC POWER SUPPLY INTO SYSTEM
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O / P : 12 +/- 1 V DC 6.6 Amp.
I / P : 110 VAC/2.5A or 240 VAC/1.2A max., 47 ~ 63 Hz
OVERALL POWER OUTPUT LIMIT
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Including PS/2 KB, all USB & COM ports: +5VDC/2 Amp max.
VGA: 12 V DC/1 A
INPUT / OUTPUT PORTS
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1 X mini DIN 6 pin female PS/2 KB jack
1 X mini DIN 6 pin female PS/2 mouse jack
1 X VGA display port for external or 2nd display
1 X parallel port
1 X LAN port (Ethernet 10 base T and 100 base T)
5 X USB ports, USB 2.0 standard
4 X serial communication ports for resistive type touch panel model. 3 X
serial communication ports for IR type model. All serial communication
ports can supply DC +5V through pin 9 under overall power output limit.
Default setting is standard RI signal input at this pin for all ports.
1 X IDE port with power for CD ROM drive (for universal base model
only) or HDD in base
1 X cash drawer control port for controlling 2 X cash drawers
1 X 4 pin 12 V DC power input jack
1 X UPS connector for 2.3AH/12V or above Lead Acid battery
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HDD IN BASE
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40 GB or above operating up to ultra ATA133
Set as primary master IDE device
TOUCH PANEL
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Touch control interface: USB mouse emulation (optional RS232 interface
for IR type)
Sensor type: resistive (InfraRed type optional)
Resolution: 1024 x 1024
Calibration: initial calibration at setup only, no re-calibration required for
day to day power on/off
Driver support: Win XP
PRELOAD OS
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OPERATOR DISPLAY
Display Type
COLOR TFT 15” LCD
View area
304.1 X 228.1 mm
Internal Interface
LVDS
Luminance
200 cd/m2 min
Contrast Ratio
500:1
Resolution
1024 X 768
Color
262,144 (RGB 6 bits)
Memory size
16 MB ~ MB share memory
Tilt angle
15° ~ 72.5°
LED COLOR
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Indication coverage: system ON/OFF status, external power status, UPS
battery monitoring
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AUDIO PORT
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3.5 Ø mono jack for Mic. In
3.5 Ø stereo jack for audio out
30 db gain for microphone input
Input impedance 64 KOhm
Output 3.3 Vp-p with max. output impedance 200 Ohm
Line output power 50 mW / 8 Ohm
Band width 20 Hz ~ 19.2 K Hz
Output 1.0 W amplifier (in mono signal to internal speaker)
EXTERIOR
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SLIM BASE MODEL DIMENSIONS:
LCD @ 15°: 376 mm (W) x 321 mm (D) x 372 mm (H) or
14.8” x 12.6” x 14.6”
LCD @ 72.5°: 376 mm (W) x 306 mm (D) x 294 mm (H) or
14.8” x 12.0” x 11.6”
PACKING:
498 mm (W) x 438 mm (D) x 345 mm (H) or
19.6” x 12.0” x 13.6”
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UNIVERSAL BASE MODEL DIMENSIONS:
LCD @ 15°: 376 mm (W) x 321 mm (D) x 402 mm (H) or
14.8” x 17.2” x 15.8”
LCD @ 72.5°: 376 mm (W) x 306 mm (D) x 325 mm (H) or
14.8” x 12.0” x 12.8”
PACKING:
498 mm (W) x 438 mm (D) x 405 mm (H) or
19.6” x 17.2” x 15.9”
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NET WEIGHT
Slim base model
10.0 kg (22.0lbs)
Universal base model
11.4 kg (25.1 lbs)
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ENVIRONMENTAL
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TEMPERATURE RANGE: (excl. UPS battery)
Operating: 0°C ~ +40°C or 32°F ~ 104°F
Non-operating: -20°C ~ +60°C or -4°F ~ +140°F
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TEMPERATURE RANGE for UPS battery
Operating: 0°C ~ +40°C or 32°F ~ 104°F
Non-operating: -20°C ~ +40°C or -4°F ~ +104°F
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HUMIDITY RANGE:
Operating: 20%RH ~ 80%RH, non-condensing
max. wet bulb 26°C (78.8°F)
Non-operating: 10%RH ~ 80%RH, non-condensing
max. wet bulb 28.9°C (84.0°F)
ACCESSORIES
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User’s manual: 1 copy
Mechanical key for opening cable cover: 1 pc
COM1 terminator
Power adapter 12 V DC 6.6 A max. plus power cord
Product Information CD or DVD or Recovery CD of preloaded OS
COMPLIANCE APPROVALS
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Whole system meet CE, FCC class A standard
(meet IEC61000-4-2/-3/-4/-5/-6/-8/-11)
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OPTIONS
SECOND DISPLAY ON REAR BASE
Model Number
LM6101
LM6301
Display Type
COLOR TFT 12.1”
COLOR TFT 15.0”
View area
245.8 X 184.3 mm
304.1 X 228.1 mm
Interface
VGA
Luminance
180 cd/m2
250 cd/m2
Backlight
CCFL x 1
CCFL x 2
Contrast Ratio
350 : 1
500 : 1
Resolution
1024 X 768 (XGA)
18 bits true color
(262,144)
Color depth
Tilt angle
18 bits + FRC data (16.2 M)
Stand straight (as 0°) to backward till touching main
unit
Swivel angle
Left 45° and right 45°
N. A.
Power Source
DC 12 V in VGA
AC 100 ~ 240 V
CUSTOMER DISPLAY
MODEL Number
PD-2501 PD-2602
Display Media
VFD
PD-302
PD-305
LCD
Number of rows
2
Characters per row
20
Character width (mm)
7.2
5.25
6
Character height (mm)
11.25
9.03
9.66
Character format
5X7
Character code pages
14
1
International character
sets
12
1
Command modes
6
2
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Display color
Display area (mm x mm)
Dark blue
Green (505 nm) w/
Blue filter
216.2 x
32.325
/ Yellow green
Background
157.05 x
22.86
142.8 x 20.64
(W) x (D) x (H)
260 x 65 x 197 x 56 x
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58
217 x
80.5 x
28.5
196.7 x
57.5 x
39.6
Mounting method
Pole mount on base
Rear top
mount
Base
mount
Display head size (mm)
Pole height (mm)
430
200
Horizontal slide (mm)
Horizontal rotation
Inclined viewing angle
Power source
N. A.
N. A.
330º
270º
15º, 30º, 45º
5 V DC in
DB9
5 V DC in
DB9 or
USB
N. A.
+/- 45º
N. A.
0º ~ 90º
5 V DC in DB9
DRAM EXPANSION
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DDR2 SDRAM DIMM in 2 sockets up to total 2 GB max.
SIDE MOUNT UPGRADE KIT BC-100U
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To be installed to right side of TP series main unit
Function: bar code card reader
Configuration parameters can be set via use of separately purchased
setup card set
USB interface
SIDE MOUNT UPGRADE KIT KP-100
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To be installed to right side of TP series main unit
Functions include: 40 keys programmable keypad, MSR, smart card
reader
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USB or PS/2 KB interface for keypad & MSR
USB interface for smart card reader
PROGRAMMABLE KEYPAD:
1. 16 key numeric keypad with a double sized “Enter” key
2. 24 programmable single keys of size 19 x 19 mm
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1. Reader head options: Reader head options: ISO 2 tracks (track 1
+ track 2); ISO 3 tracks (track 1 + track 2 + track 3)
2. Characteristic parameters of ISO readers can be set via software
3. AAMVA/CA DMV format supported in ISO 3 tracks model
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1. PC/SC 1.0 standard, EMV level I
SIDE MOUNT UPGRADE KIT SD-100
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To be installed to right side of TP series main unit
Functions include: MSR, smart card reader, iButton reader
USB interface
MAGNETIC STRIPE READER:
1. Reader head options: Reader head options: ISO 2 tracks (track 1
+ track 2); ISO 3 tracks (track 1 + track 2 + track 3)
2. Characteristic parameters of ISO readers can be set via software
3. AAMVA/CA DMV format supported in ISO 3 tracks model
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1. PC/SC 1.0 standard, EMV level I
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1. Programmed by RS232 interface
2. Output through PS2 KB or RS232 interface
SIDE MOUNT UPGRADE KIT SD-200
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Functions include: Optical fingerprint sensor, MSR
USB interface
OPTICAL FINGERPRINT SENSOR:
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1. Detection area : 14.6 x 18.1 mm (nominal at center)
2. Gray scale
: 8 bits (256 levels)
3. Resolution
: 512 dpi (average x, y over the field)
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1. Reader head options: Reader head options: ISO 2 tracks (track 1
+ track 2); ISO 3 tracks (track 1 + track 2 + track 3)
2. Characteristic parameters of ISO readers can be set via software
3. AAMVA/CA DMV format supported in ISO 3 tracks model
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INTERNAL CD ROM DRIVE
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To be installed in universal base only
24 x speed
IDE interface
Set as primary IDE slave device
EXTERNAL CD ROM DRIVE
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24 x speed
USB interface
Slim type
CASH DRAWER CONTROL CABLE
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2 in 1 cash drawer control cable 20863023800 for independent
control over two cash drawers of CR-2000 /CR-2200 /CR-3100
/CR-3200 /CR-4000 /CR-4100 /CR-6210
WIRELESS LAN
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WALL MOUNT KITS
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Devices installable in backpack of each kit type are as below:
KIT NAME
DEVICES
WB-6000
N. A.
WB-6300
2.5” HDD, UPS battery
WB-6600
3.5” HDD, UPS battery
WB-6800
Power adaptor, 2.5” HDD, UPS battery,
CDROM/DVD drive
PRINTER:
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2-station receipt/journal/validation printer
Dot matrix 9 pin
Bi-directional printing
Auto cutter provides full cut and partial cut
Auto-detect between RS232 and EPP interface
Dot matrix 9 pin
Bi-directional printing with logic seeking
Friction type
40 columns for 16.9 CPI
Accepts paper width 3 inches (76 mm)
Prints on ordinary or up to 3-fold carbonless copy paper
PP-5700
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Dot matrix impact 9 pin receipt printer
Bi-directional printing
Sprocket feed type
2 models for single pass or double pass print of Chinese
characters
4.4 lines per second for single pass or 2.2 lines per second for
double pass print
8 KB input buffer
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High speed thermal line printer up to 180 mm/sec
High resolution 8 dots/mm by 512 dots/line
Epson TM-T88 III compatible command set
Low noise high reliability
Auto guillotine type cutter provides single point left partial cut
Thermal sensitive paper roll at width 80 mm or 58 mm
Supports UPC-A, EAN(JAN)13/8, ITF, CODE39, CODABAR
printing
Supports printing on label with marker on the other side
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All other features same as PP7000II
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Chinese)
USB interface
All other features same as PP7000II
PP-7700
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Posiflex wireless connection
Requires a dongle DG2000 connected on COM port of host to
control
All other features same as PP7000II
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RELIABILITY SPECIFICATION
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POWER ADAPTOR MTBF: 50,000 HRS
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TOUCH PANEL LIFE EXPECTANCY: 35,000,000 UP TOUCHES
AT SAME SPOT
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HDD MTBF: 50,000 HRS
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2ND DISPLAY LCD BACK LIGHT LIFE EXPECTANCY:
LM6101: 10,000 HRS
LM6301: 30,000 HRS
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PD2501: 30,000 HRS
PD2602: 30,000 HRS
PD302 / PD305: 100,000 HRS (for BACKLIGHT)
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MSR LIFE EXPECTANCY: 500,000 PASSES
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POWER SWITCH LIFE EXPECTANCY: 10,000 STROKES
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SYSTEM DEFINITIONS
BLOCK DIAGRAM
PWR
MNGR
UPS
Battery
12 V DC
Adaptor
VGA
Monitor
DDR2 533
DIMM
PS/2
Mouse Port
Touch Panel
LCD Panel
UPS
Circuit
PSU Circuit
CPU
VIA C7 1G in
nanoBGA2
Touch
LCD
Controller Signal
CCFL
PS/2 KB
Port
CCFL
Inverter
Riser Card
CRT
Port
USB
0~4
VT8237R+ (SB)
CN700 (NB)
LAN
Chip
BIOS
CR3/4/6
X00
CR
COM1
(+5V)
RS232
Device
LPC I/O Chip
W83627HG
COM2
TP070
LPT
(+5V)
RS232
Device
LPC I/O
F81216D
COM3
(+5V)
Parallel
Printer
RS232
Device
Audio
CODEC
COM4
PS/2
Mouse
Audio
Line out
50 p IDE
Socket
Mic.
In
40 p IDE
Socket
KB
USB
Device
Ethernet
10/100 MB
HDD in
Base
CDROM
Drive
(universal base only)
(+5V)
RS232
Device
Booster
Mic.
Speaker
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12 V DC IN CONNECTOR
PIN ASSIGNMENT OF 4 PIN PLUG:
PIN #
1
2
3
4
CASE
DEFINITION
+12 V
+12 V
GND
GND
CHASSIS GND
1
2
CASE
4
3
UPS BATTERY CONNECTOR
PIN ASSIGNMENT OF 4 PIN SOCKET:
PIN #
1
2
3
4
DEFINITION
+12 V
+12 V
GND
GND
PIN 1
LAN PORT
PIN ASSIGNMENT OF 8 PIN TELEPHONE JACK:
PIN # DEFINITION
1 TD +
2 TD 3 RD +
4 NC
5 NC
6 RD 7 NC
PIN 1
8 NC
• This port is defined as 100 base T or 10 base T LAN port.
This port is utilized by the system in pnp (Plug-N-Play) way, IRQ assigned is not
fixed for this port. Most usual observation is IRQ 11.
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VGA CONNECTOR
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PIN # DEFINITION PIN # DEFINITION PIN # DEFINITION
1
RED
6
GND
11 NCID0
2
GREEN
7
GND
12 DDC_DATAID1
3
BLUE
8
GND
13 HSYNC
4
NCID2
9
NC/+12VKEY 14 VSYNC
5
GND
10 GND
15 DDC_CLKID3
SERIAL PORT COM1
PIN ASSIGNMENT OF 9 PIN D SUB MALE CONNECTOR:
DEFAULT SETTING
PIN # DEFINITION ALTERNATIVE
1
DCD
BATTWK
BATTWK
2
RX
3
TX
4
DTR
5
GND
6
DSR
7
RTS
8
CTS
9
RI
CR OPEN / +5 VDC RI
• IRQ 4 is assigned to this port. Can be changed in CMOS setup under
“Integrated Peripherals” à “SuperIO Device” à “Onboard Serial
Port 1”.
• Please refer to section “UPS DETECTION FUNCTION” in
“APPLICATION GUIDE” for BATTWK signal. Please refer to
“COM1 APPLICATION COMMENT” in same chapter for remarks
on this port.
• +5 V DC supply is UPS supported.
• Jumper selection: please refer to the
description in Hardware details of PIN 1
this manual.
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SERIAL PORT COM2/3/4
PIN ASSIGNMENT OF MALE DB9 – 10 pin RJ45 CONVERSION CABLE:
DB9 RJ45
PIN # PIN # DEFINITION ALTERNATIVE DEFAULT SETTING
1
1 DCD
2
2 RX
3
3 TX
4
4 DTR
5
5 GND
6
6 DSR
7
7 RTS
8
8 CTS
9
9 RI
+5 VDC
RI
10 N. C.
• COM3 and COM4 appear in form of RJ45 type 10
PIN 1
pin modular connectors like the right drawing.
However, after use of the conversion cable
supplied, the pin assignment in DB9 connector of
the conversion cable complies to RS232 standard.
• IRQ 3 is assigned for COM2, IRQ10 is assigned
for COM3, IRQ5 is assigned for COM4. All can be changed in CMOS
setup under “Integrated Peripherals” à “SuperIO Device” à
“Onboard Serial Port 2” or “Integrated Peripherals” à “Serial Port
3 Use IRQ” or “Integrated Peripherals” à “Serial Port 4 Use IRQ”.
• DC supply to these ports is UPS supported.
• Jumper selection: please refer to the description in Hardware details
of this manual.
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PARALLEL PORT LPT1
PIN ASSIGNMENT OF 25 PIN D SUB FEMALE CONNECTOR:
PIN # SPP MODE
EPP MODE
1 - STROBE
-WRITE
2 D0
D0
3 D1
D1
4 D2
D2
5 D3
D3
6 D4
D4
7 D5
D5
8 D6
D6
9 D7
D7
10 - ACK
INTR
11 BUSY
-WAIT
12 PE
NU
13 SLCT
NU
14 - AUTO FEED
-Datastb
15 - ERROR
NU
16 - INIT
NU
17 - SLCT IN
NU
18 GND
GND
19 GND
GND
20 GND
GND
21 GND
GND
22 GND
GND
23 GND
GND
24 GND
GND
25 GND
GND
• IRQ 7 is assigned for this port.
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ECP MODE
-STROBE
D0
D1
D2
D3
D4
D5
D6
D7
-ACK
BUSY, PeriphAck
Perror, -AckReverse
SLCT
-AutoFeed, HostAck
-Fault, -PeriphRequest
-Init, -ReverseRequest
- SLCT IN
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
PS/2 KEYBOARD CONNECTOR
PIN ASSIGNMENT OF 6 PIN MINI-DIN FEMALE CONNECTOR:
PIN #
1
2
3
4
5
6
DEFINITION
KBDAT
NC
GND
VCC
KBCLK
NC
PS/2 MOUSE
PIN ASSIGNMENT OF 6 PIN MINI DIN JACK:
PIN #
1
2
3
4
5
6
DEFINITION
PMDAT
NC
GND
VCC
PMCLK
NC
USB0 / USB1 / USB 2 / USB 3 / USB 4
PIN ASSIGNMENT OF EACH 4 PIN JACK:
PIN #
1
2
3
4
DEFINITION
VCC
-DATA
+DATA
GND
PIN 1
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ATA IDE CONNECTOR
l
This port is a regular 40 pin IDE connector with housing. This port is
the primary IDE channel and can be connected to 1 master (and 1
slave for option CDROM drive in universal base) device in base.
HDD POWER CONNECTOR
l This connector is a small 4 pin connector with housing
PIN ASSIGNMENT OF 4 PIN CONTACTS:
PIN #
1
2
3
4
DEFINITION
GND
+12 V DC
+ 5 VDC
GND
PIN 1
AUDIO OUT
PIN ASSIGNMENT OF 3.5 Ø STEREO JACK:
CONTACT ON PLUG:
TIP
RING
OUTER
DEFINITION:
R
L
GND
MIC. IN
PIN ASSIGNMENT OF 3.5 Ø MONO JACK:
CONTACT ON PLUG:
TIP
OUTER
DEFINITION:
IN
GND
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CASH DRAWER CONTROLLER
PIN ASSIGNMENT FOR RJ-11 JACK:
PIN #
DEFINITION
l
l
l
l
l
l
1
NC
2
CASH DRAWER SOLENOID INPUT 2
3
DRAWER OPEN INDICATOR
4
+12 VDC FOR SOLENOID INPUT
5
CASH DRAWER SOLENOID INPUT 1
6
GND
This is a RJ11 type 6 pin modular jack for cash drawer control
providing control ability over two cash drawers.
Each cash drawer solenoid input is a 150 msec. grounding signal.
The power to cash drawer solenoid is DC 12 V nominal.
The command to open cash drawers is decoded through COM 1.
The drawer open indication can be detected by software through
status check on RI signal of COM 1.
Should any difficulty occur in using the cash drawer controller, please
try either to arrange a serial printer to be connected to COM 1 so that
the hardware handshaking signals can be properly handled or to
disable the influence of the hardware handshaking signals.
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APPLICATION GUIDES
POWER SUPPLY TO I/O PORTS
In service window area on solder side of the main board, jumper JP11
determines the +5V DC supplies to the devices connected to COM1/COM2 and
jumper JP1 on LPC adaptor card that is installed over the IDE connector area and is
connected to CN9 on the main board determines the +5V DC supplies to the devices
connected to COM3/COM4 separately. The jumper on JP12 determines +12V DC
supply to VGA port. Refer to the hardware details for jumper settings. The total power
supported from the main unit to each USB devices on 5 V DC is limited to be within
0.5 Ampere, and total power to peripherals like PS/2 keyboard and PS/2 mouse on 5 V
DC is limited to be within 1 Ampere. The +5V DC support to COM1 + COM2 is
limited to be within 1 Ampere. So does that for COM3 + COM4. The +5V DC and the
+12V DC in IDE power connector are limited to be within 1 Ampere each. The +12V
DC support in VGA port after jumper setting change is limited to be within 1 Ampere.
No matter what, the ventilation of the environment should be much improved to
compensate the heat accumulation due to such excessive load.
COM1 APPLICATION COMMENT
Before using the port COM 1, the COM1 terminator should be removed and
stored for future use when there will be no regular RS232 device to be connected to
this port. It is definitely inadvisable to connect serial input devices like serial mouse to
COM 1 port without thorough investigation. The reason is that some input devices do
not provide standard RS232 hardware handshaking signals. In TP systems, the cash
drawer controller and power management controller share the COM 1 port. When the
system issues any command to cash drawer controller or power management controller,
the hardware handshaking signal would be in error status and could halt this port if
COM 1 is not connected properly. Any possible cross-link to the command for cash
drawer or power manager that is also using COM1 at 9600bps, none parity, 8 data bits,
1 stop bit should be avoided. An index summary of such commands is tabulated at end
of this chapter.
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SOFTWARE SYSTEM BACKUP
When the system integrator purchases the POS system with preloaded OS from
Posiflex, he gets a bonus support of system protection function. In the OS boot
process, there are few seconds of system protection function entry screen. Pressing the
three key combination of “Ctrl” + “Alt” + “F12” at this entry screen will activate this
system protection function. If no action taken in the period of the entry screen, then
the OS boot up will go on. At this screen, there is a hidden reserved key combination
for system integrator’s convenience. The system integrator may install all necessary
software into the OS and preserve the status quo at this screen by pressing “Ctrl” +
“Alt” + “F5” prior to shipment to end user. The system status (including OS + AP +
Data) preserved in this way will be recalled when later the end user presses “F2” at the
system restore screen. Please note that each time this “Ctrl” + “Alt” + “F5”
combination is pressed, earlier settings will be renewed to the latest settings.
CASH DRAWER
The software command to open the cash drawer or the first cash drawer with
the optional 2 in 1 cash drawer control cable is a hexadecimal code of <07> sent to
COM1 port under the protocol of 9600bps, none parity, 8 data bits, 1 stop bit.
The software command to open the second cash drawer with the optional 2 in 1
cash drawer control cable is a hexadecimal code of <17> sent to COM1 port under the
same protocol as above.
The drawer open status can be obtained through checking the communication
status of COM1 at signal RI. When there is no drawer open, the RI signal of COM1 is
always set. When there is any cash drawer opened, the RI signal of COM1 is reset. The
RI signal is obtained as the bit 6 (the second most significant bit) of the I/O address
3FEh if the COM1 address is set to 3F8h~3FFh (conventional address for COM1) in
system configuration.
PS/2 INTERFACE DEVICE
If the TP-5815 Pro series is not installed with any regular PS/2 keyboard nor
Posiflex programmable keyboard at system boot up, the application of some PS/2
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interface device such as a bar code scanner could encounter some trouble if the OS
used is Win 2000. The registry modification as hot fix mentioned in web site
http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx?scid=kb;en-us;262798 does not work in this
series. The only solutions are to connect a PS/2 keyboard or Posiflex programmable
keyboard for the application or to use an USB interface device (e.g. bar code scanner)
instead of the PS/2 interface one or to use other OS.
EXTENDED DUAL DISPLAY MODE
The external monitor connector is a standard VGA type 3 x 5 pins D connector
and can be connected to any market available PC monitors. However, if extended dual
display mode (1st and 2nd screen showing different pictures) is required, please note
that it can be supported only in VGA driver for Windows XP. Please enable the power
supply to this port per Hardware Details in later chapter when LM6101 is to be
connected.
CUSTOMER DISPLAY
The RS232 model customer display, selectable from top mount PD-302
upgrade kit and the base mount upgrade kit PD-2501 or PD-2602 or PD-305, can be
connected to any available COM port with an internally supplied power set per
instruction in Hardware Detail. The USB model PD-2602 can be connected to any
available USB port with an internally supplied power from the TP-5815 Pro series.
Please refer to the user’s manual of each customer display for detail instructions.
Please refer to earlier paragraph if COM1 is selected for this usage.
ATA IDE & POWER CONNECTORS
The IDE & HDD power connectors support an HDD in base for TP-5815 Pro
and plus one optional Posiflex provided internal slim type CD ROM drive in base for
universal base model through different set of cables. This CD ROM drive is defined as
the slave device in the IDE channel and can read data in 24 x speed.
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POWER ON/OFF CONTROL
EXTERNAL POWER SWITCH
Whenever the Jiva TP-5815 Pro series is to be powered on for the first time
after connected to external AC power, this switch must be engaged to turn on the
power. This switch is originally an “ON/OFF” power switch. It can be programmed
into a power “ON” only switch through software command. To program this switch,
the programmer needs to issue the following mentioned commands in the application
program to COM1 under the protocol: 9600 bps, parity none, 8 data bits, 1 stop bit.
• Change to power on only switch – the command string is <1B> <19> <01> or
alternatively <1B> <00> <00> <00> <00> <00> <00> <18> in hexadecimal format.
• Change to power on/off switch -- the command string is <1B> <19> <00> or
alternatively <1B> <00> <00> <00> <00> <00> <18> <00> in hexadecimal format.
(default status)
In case the power switch status has been changed from the default status, the
switch function will remain after power off. However, if the AC power has been
disconnected during the power off stage, such change will be discarded. Therefore, it is
advisable for the application program to reinstate the switch function every time the
system is rebooted or every time the program is executed to ensure the proper action
of the power switch. This function can also be achieved by use of the Posiflex Touch
Terminal Manager.
SOFTWARE SWITCH OFF
An easy method for software control to turn the system off is the software off
switch. The hexadecimal command string for software switch off function is :
<06> <16> <19> <1D> <n>.
In the above, the “n” indicates the time delay in seconds for actual power off
after the command string given to COM1. However, an alternative command string
<1B> <00> <00> <00> <00> <00> <00> <00> can be used instead to turn off the
system power immediately.
Some operating system or software may require complete termination of
application programs before system power off for the sake of system maintenance. In
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that case the programmer has to program the command to close the application
programs (just like “Alt+F4” in Windows), and then at the end of the closing operation,
the application program should issue the above mentioned software switch off
command string to COM1 under the protocol: 9600 bps, parity none, 8 data bits, 1
stop bit.
FORCED POWER OFF
In case of serious system halt due to system resources conflict or any reason,
the system could fail to power off through normal means. The Forced Power Off
method is designed for such occasions. With the external power switch defined as
power ON/OFF switch (default status), push down and hold this Power ON/OFF
Switch. The system will be powered off within 10 seconds in this way. Whenever the
machine receives a software command to change the external power switch to ON only,
the forced power off function is disabled for early production of this product series by
mid 2003. However, since 2nd half 2003, an enhance power off command is provided
for the software programmer to allow forced power off after changing the switch to be
ON only. The enhance forced power off command string is <1B> <00> <00> <00>
<00> <00> <18> <18> and it has to be sent in same way like the ON only switch
command. This enhanced forced power off requires the user to keep the switch pressed
for a longer period between 10 to 20 seconds to function.
In case the system halt situation is so serious that some hardware/firmware
registrations are already confused, this above mentioned forced power off could
though very unlikely still fail. When such situation happens, please remove the external
power input from the adaptor and disconnect the UPS battery for few minutes to reset
the hardware registers.
One example of the need for this forced power off function could happen when
power switch is triggered within 10 seconds of last switching off. It is a common
practice that once the system power is switched off there should be some waiting time
before next switching back on. If the system power is switched off and on in very short
time chances are the system LED could indicate power on status while the system
remains off. In such case, please use the forced power off function to cancel the error
and wait for 10 seconds before switching on again.
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UPS BATTERY
The optional UPS battery is a maintenance-free lead-acid battery and is
targeted to support basically the data preservation and smooth running of the system
during intermittent power failure. This battery is not designed for prolonged power
support to the system against power shutdown. That means, when the AC power
outage is known to last for more than few minutes, it is advisable to turn off the system
instead of using the battery up while repeatedly using it up reduces the battery life
dramatically.
The battery will undergo self-discharging over time even when not in use (not
connected). A useful advice to preserve the battery at best condition is to regularly
recharge the battery if the battery is put in storage for a period of time. It is
recommended to turn on the system to recharge the battery for 1 ~ 2 hours every 3
months of storage if the storage temperature is lower than 30°C. The battery should be
recharged for 1 ~ 2 hours every month if the storage temperature exceeds 30°C.
However, the user shall avoid the situation with storage temperature over 30°C to
protect the life of the battery. Do not connect any other battery to this UPS battery
because mixed use of batteries of different capacity, history, or manufacturers may
cause damages. In case the user wants to have a longer battery support time during AC
power off, he/she should consult his/her dealer for application of an external 12 V
battery.
When the UPS battery is installed in the system with power off, the standby
current will consume the battery much faster than self-discharge. An over-discharged
battery will not only mean premature death of the battery itself, it also may cause
danger when later being recharged. It is therefore absolutely important that the end
user shall disconnect the UPS battery from the system when the system is to be
powered off for more than 72 hours and replace a new battery whenever the
monitoring software indicates the battery is out of service.
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UPS BATTERY HEALTH CHECK
The UPS battery health check watchdog function is introduced in the Posiflex
Power Switch Manager utility version 1.03 onwards. This function helps checking the
UPS battery condition and automatically popping up warning message window to
remind the user of a possibly failed battery so that the user won’t have to bother
checking in the Posiflex Power Switch Manager personally every time.
Listed below are command code strings to COM1 port under protocol: 9600
bps, parity none, 8 data bits, 1 stop bit for reference if the software programmer wants
to issue separate commands directly:
Ÿ To enable UPS function: <06> <16> <19> <1F> <05> or <1B> <00>
<00> <00> <00> <18> <00> <18>
Ÿ To disable UPS function: <06> <16> <19> <1F> <04> or <1B> <00>
<00> <00> <00> <18> <18> <00>
Ÿ “Check Battery-Detect Capability” command string is <1B> <00> <00>
<00> <00> <18> <00> <00> in hexadecimal format. And the DCD of
COM1 will be set for a period of time if the battery-detect capability of the
system is operating.
Ÿ “Check Battery Condition” command string is <1B> <00> <00> <00>
<00> <18> <18> <18> in hexadecimal format. And the DCD of COM1
will be set for a period of time if the battery responds correctly to the
battery detect.
The period of time in last 2 responses starts after several machine cycles since
receival of the query command and stops about 15 seconds later or whenever another
query command is received. It is advisable to take a check on the response between 1
to 10 seconds after sending the query command and to send the other query command
only after first response checked to avoid any possible ambiguity.
In this product, when the system is working on UPS battery power, the status
is indicated by LED and is detectable by software. This “operating on battery” signal
can be obtained through checking the communication status of COM1 at signal DCD
provided this signal is not engaged elsewhere (In other words, Modem is not
recommended to be used on COM1). When the system is working on AC power, the
DCD signal of COM1 is reset (value = 0). When the system is working on battery
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power, the DCD signal of COM1 (BATTWK signal) is set (value = 1). The DCD
signal is obtained as the bit 7 (the most significant bit) of the I/O address 3FEh if the
COM1 address is set to 3F8h~3FFh (conventional address for COM1) in system
configuration.
AUTOMATIC POWER ON CONTROL
When the system is turned off after a successful boot up, the preset automatic
power on functions if set as below will keep monitoring for the preset conditions and
turn on the system when the preset conditions are met.
Please note that if the 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.
ALARM CLOCK WAKE UP
To utilize Alarm Clock Wake Up function, the user should enter the CMOS
setup by pressing “Del” key at system boot up, choose for “IRQ/Event Activity
Detect” in “Power Management Setup” and make the “RTC Alarm Resume” enabled
and set the alarm to required time. Save the configuration and exit the CMOS setup
program. The Preset Power On Control will then be ready.
MODEM RING UP
To utilize Modem Ring Up function, the user should enter the CMOS setup by
pressing “Del” key at system boot up, choose for “IRQ/Event Activity Detect” in
“Power Management Setup” and make the “Modem Ring Resume” enabled and
connect the RS232 modem to any COM port. However, please note that for this
application, there should be no cash drawer connected to the CR port of the main unit.
Otherwise, the drawer open signal could interfere the system power management. Save
the configuration and exit the CMOS setup program. The Preset Power On Control
will then be ready.
LAN WAKE UP
The LAN Wake Up function is supported under pure DOS environment only. It
is not applicable to Windows DOS or Command Prompt Mode. In this application,
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there needs to be 1 master machine and 1 target machine connected together through
LAN. Both machines should be using same brand of LAN chip.
First the MAC address of the target machine should be checked. Please obtain
the file “RSET8139.EXE” from Posiflex Product Information CD in subfolders like
\Drivers\KS631X\LAN_621 and execute this file on the target machine. Select the item
“View Current Configuration” in the Main Menu and write down the 6 2-digit numbers
of the item “Ethernet Address:” for the network technician. Then the target machine
should be powered off in a normal way with AC power supply and LAN connections.
Now the networking technician at the master machine can execute the same file
“RSET8139.EXE” and select “Run Diagnostics” à “Run Power Management Test”
à “Master Machine” à “Magic Packet”. There will popup a dialog box. Enter the
registered 6 2-digit Ethernet Address of the target machine and press “Enter” then the
target machine of that Ethernet Address will be automatically powered up.
FINGERPRINT SENSOR
When the system is delivered with SD-200 with fingerprint sensor and when the
system has preloaded OS, the driver for the optical fingerprint sensor will be installed
for separated demonstration on use of the fingerprint sensor. For software developers
to use all functions of the sensor in their AP, proper SDK (software development kits)
should be purchased from the sensor module supplier. The supplier for the sensor
module used in SD-400 / SD-700 is DigitalPersona, Inc. and the module used is
“U.are.U 4000B”. It is advisable to visit their web site:
http://www.digitalpersona.com/developers/products.php
SMART CARD READER
The Windows driver for the smart card reader can be found in the subfolder
“\Drivers\KP\SC200” in the Posiflex Product Information CD. The reader is PC/SC
1.0 compliant. This reader is also EMV level 1 compliant. It is also supported by
Microsoft CCID generic class driver. The applicable smart card reader includes both
asynchronous and synchronous type smart cards. For asynchronous type smart card, it
reads the card with T = 0 and T = 1 protocols up to 340 Kbps of EMV and ISO modes.
For synchronous type smart card, coverage includes: 2-wire (SLE4432/42), 3-wire
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(SLE4418/28), SDA/I2C, 4403, 4433, 4404, 896 etc. It communicates with the system
as USB 2.0 full speed device.
POSIFLEX TOOLS
In the preinstalled OS there will be a program group named “POSIFLEX
Tools” for specific Posiflex device(s) installed.
POSIFLEX POWER SWITCH MANAGER
The power switch manager determines
the UPS control and function of the hardware
power switch that is at side of the machine.
When the manager program is installed,
there is an item
in the
system’s “Start” menu. The window display of
this program is like the picture at the right.
POWER SWITCH SETTING
The function of the power switch that is at side of the machine can be defined
here. When “ON/OFF” function for this switch is selected, the power switch turns the
system on when the system is off and turns the system off when the system is on. When
“ON Only” function for this switch is selected, the power switch always turns the
system on regardless of the status whether the system is On or Off. In this way,
accidental switching off of the system is avoided. However, the software power off
function
or the Windows system shut down function has to be
engaged to turn off the system in such approach.
UPS SETTING
When the system is equipped with a workable UPS battery, “Enable” will be
automatically selected to make operations running smoothly during intermittent
power failure. When there is no UPS battery installed (or when the installed UPS
battery is detected as “dead”), “Disable” will be automatically selected to make sure
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that the system immediately turns off and rejects any possible noise or the consequent
RTC CMOS setup data loss when power fails.
POWER OFF DELAY TIME
This function defines the time delay between the software power off command
in the “Start” menu and the actual power off. The count is
programmable between 1 and 255, and each count represents 1 sec delay. This
software power off command is an irrevocable process just like pulling the plug after a
certain delay to allow the shutdown procedures. So special care must be exercised in
using this software power off command. However, this command must be engaged to
turn the power off when the power switch is set to “ON Only”.
POSIFLEX (USB) MSR MANAGER
For systems with USB MSR on
side mount upgrade kit, the USB MSR
manager helps defining several
characteristics in output format control
for reading the magnetic stripe card.
Please find the subfolder
\Drivers\SD Series\USBMSR_xxx in
Posiflex product information CD and
execute the “SETUP.EXE” to install
the USB MSR Manager. The screen
shot of the program is similar
to the above
picture at right. The program will be in
“Posiflex
Tools” and in “StartUp” there will be
For systems with MSR on PS/2 interface KP-100 kit, the “Posiflex MSR
Manager” from \Drivers\KP\KBMSR\MSR_xxx shall be installed. It operates in similar
way to the Posiflex USB MSR Manager. When the PS/2 MSR in KP-100 is used under
DOS environment, please copy the \Drivers\KP\KBMSR\DOS\MSR.exe to the root
directory and execute it to generate a “MSR.dat” file also in root directory. Please
include command “MSR –s” in the autoexec.bat for proper operation.
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ENABLE MSR TUNING
This check box appears only in earlier versions of Posiflex MSR Manager and
determines whether the hardware jumper setting on KP-100 control board or the
software setting takes control over the reader output format. The “Posiflex MSR Init”
in “StartUp” menu takes care of required operation each time the system boots up.
USE ALT-NUM EMULATION
This function is required for language systems using a different keyboard layout
of the alphabetical part from the US keyboard when track 1 of the (USB) MSR is
enabled. This function will have no influence if the MSR uses only track 2 and/or track
3. The reason is that the data of the MSR are sent to the host as if they were keyed in
from a keyboard. When the alphabetical data in track 1 of the MSR is read, the data
goes to the keyboard controller and the system keyboard controller interprets it
according to the keyboard layout set for the country. The keyboard layouts could
cause some confusion among some European countries (For example, the location for
“A” in US keyboard is that for “Q” in a French keyboard. The location for “Z” in US
keyboard is that for “Y” in a German keyboard.) One way to deal with such problem is
to use the “Alt-num” approach. This means that, for example, when “A” is read, the
scan codes for pressing and holding “Alt” key while pressing “6” and “5” keys of the
numerical keypad consecutively are sent to the keyboard controller. Therefore, the
data will not be misinterpreted regardless of the keyboard layout.
ENABLE MSR TRACK 1
A tick in the check box enables the reading of track 1 data if the reader head for
track 1 exists. Without this check, the data of track 1 on the MSR will be ignored.
ENABLE MSR TRACK 2
A tick in the check box enables the reading of track 2 data if the reader head for
track 2 exists. Without this check, the data of track 2 on the MSR will be ignored.
ENABLE MSR TRACK 3
A tick in the check box enables the reading of track 3 data if the reader head for
track 3 exists. Without this check, the data of track 3 on the MSR will be ignored.
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MSR WILL SEND THE LEADING CODE
In data encoding of the magnetic stripes, each tracks are separated with each
start/end sentinels. However the user may decide whether to send codes of/for these
sentinels or not depending on the requirement of the application software. The MSR
will always send a “CR” (carriage return) signal to end of each track data for
separation if this item is unchecked.
MSR TRACK 1 LEADING CODE
MSR TRACK 2 LEADING CODE
MSR TRACK 3 LEADING CODE
MSR ENDING CODE
Once the codes for the sentinels of each tracks are defined to be sent to the
system, the leading codes for each start sentinels and the ending code for the common
end sentinel can be selected from a table of displayable characters with ASCII code
from 20h to 7Eh. Clicking on each left/right button selects each code. The default
track 1 leading code is “%”; the default track 2 and track 3 leading code is “;”; the
default ending code is “?”.
TRANSMISSION INTERCHARACTER DELAY
Usually, the processing algorithm and the keyboard data input buffer in an
operating system are arranged in such a way that the system resources are preserved as
much as possible while data input from the (USB) keyboard port presents no problem.
However, as we know that the amount of data read from one single swipe of MSR can
be very much larger than any possibly fastest keyboard entry in same duration. Some
operating system may be unable to handle such a bunch of data in so short time.
Therefore, a so-called intercharacter delay is introduced to allow the system to digest
the input data. When data read from the MSR is marching to the system, a
programmable time delay is inserted between any two characters. The value to define
this intercharacter delay ranges from 0 to 32. The correspondent delay time ranges
from 2 ms to 66 ms.
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SEND LRC
This item is available in USB MSR manager only. When the check box is ticked,
the MSR sends LRC to the host as part of data for Application Program to double
check.
ADDITIONAL CR
This item is available in USB MSR manager only. When the check box is ticked,
the MSR sends a carriage return signal to the host at end of each track data after the
ending code for Application Program to separate each field.
RESET TO ENGLISH DEFAULTS
RESET TO NON-ENGLISH DEFAULTS
These two options provide users to reset all the MSR maneuver functions to
the proper defaults according to the system language the user uses. This consideration
involves mostly of the Alt-Num emulation and the intercharacter delay.
PROGRAMMABLE KEYPAD
When a upgrade kit PS/2 interface KP-100 or USB interface KP-100U is
preinstalled in this system, an utility called “Posiflex Programmable Keyboard” or
“Posiflex
USB
Programmable
Keyboard”
will
appear
in
the
program
group
“Posiflex Tools” of
the preloaded OS.
This utility is used to
define
the
programmable keys
on KP-100 / KP100U
under
Windows
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environment. \Drivers\KP\KBW40.xxx (for KP-100) or \Drivers\KP\uKBW.xxx (for
KP-100U) in Posiflex product information CD is the subfolder for executing the
“SETUP.EXE” to install this utility. There will be a warning screen before the screen
shot similar to the picture below to ask the user not to disturb the keyboard
initialization when this utility is engaged. To edit the
content for a specific key please select the position
from the key map after the warning screen disappears.
The color of that key will change and the content
entered in the editing area will be accepted for its
content to be programmed.
THE COMMAND MENU
In the command menu, there are “File”, “Keyboard”, “Edit”, “Config”, MSR”,
“About”, “Help” and “Exit”. The “File” menu can be used to open an existing template
file to be edited in this utility or to save the edited result into a template file or to exit
this utility. The “Keyboard” menu can be used to read the current content in the
programmable keypad to be edited in this utility or to write the edited result into the
programmable keypad. The “Edit” menu helps the editing operation like copy, paste or
clear the programmed content of a programmable key. Please ignore any gray
command relating to “Page” that is applicable only to other models of Posiflex
programmable keyboard and remains here only for consistency consideration. Same
comment applies to the gray “View” menu. The “Config” menu determines the keypad
beep response and the “InterCharacter Delay” of the keypad output. The “MSR” menu
in the keyboard programming utility was reserved for some earlier infrastructure and
should not be used. Please use the (USB) MSR Manager for MSR setup as in above
section. The “About” menu provides information of this utility itself. The “Help” menu
explains the contents in next paragraph. The “Exit” provides the termination of this
utility.
SPECIAL CONTENTS
One of the features that a Posiflex programmable keyboard / keypad outclasses
other competitors is that the contents to be programmed is not limited in those
displayable characters only. The programmable content includes those editing keys
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such as arrows on a usual PC keyboard and function keys such as F1 to F12, “Shift”,
“Esc” etc. and even a programmable delay time. In the editing area, click the right
button of a mouse, a multilevel menu will appear for selection of these special contents.
POSIFLEX USB TOUCH MANAGER
When the touch control
panel installed is the resistive type
panel and the touch control
interface used is USB interface,
the “Posiflex USB Touch
Manager” will be installed with
the preloaded OS and there will
be 4 utilities in the “Posiflex USB
Touch Tools” program group
with “Posiflex USB Touch
Manager” being the main
program.
POSIFLEX USB TOUCH MANAGER
Most items in this utility should be easily understandable to average user.
Followings are just some reminders on some items.
l
Calibrate – This button engages the “Posiflex USB Touch Calibrator”.
l
Edge Acceleration – This function engages the “Posiflex USB Touch
Edge Acceleration Tool” and helps to find the hidden taskbar or thin scroll
bar through touch.
l
Hide Cursor / Show Cursor – This button hides or shows the mouse
cursor on screen display. Please never hide cursor before the touch is
enabled and calibrated.
l
Buzz On – This check box together with the 2 list buttons below it
determines the frequency and duration of the internal buzzer beep as
response to touch on touch panel.
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l
l
l
l
l
l
l
l
l
Touch Point Dots – This list button selects the size of touch point on
touch panel. A too small touch size makes the mouse cursor jumpy or even
bouncing. A too large touch size results in unsatisfactory touch accuracy.
Reset To Default – This button resets all touch parameters.
Enable PIR – This check box is not applicable to the monitor. Please
keep it unchecked.
Enable Touch – This check box must be checked to have the touch panel
working.
Touch as Right Button Click – This check box defines each touch on
touch panel as clicking the right button of mouse at that point. When it is
unchecked, each touch will work as clicking the left button of mouse. (Ref.
to the right hand version of mouse)
Mouse Emulation/Click on Touch/Click on Release – Only one of the
three radio buttons can be selected. The mouse emulation refers to the drag
and drop function.
OK – This button accepts all parameters set and closes the utility window.
Apply – This button accepts all parameters set and remains in the utility
window.
Cancel – This button discards all changes to the parameters and closes the
utility window.
USB TOUCH CALIBRATOR
This program helps re-calibrating the
touch position with the USB mouse emulation.
Please touch the 3 or 9 calibration boxes and a
confirmation box that appear sequentially.
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USB TOUCH EDGE ACCELERATION TOOL
This program helps to find the
hidden taskbar or thin scroll bar through
touch.
l
Enable ... – Each check
box determines whether or
not
to
engage
edge
acceleration against which
edge of screen.
l
Margin – This list button
selects the range to engage edge acceleration toward the edge before the
edge is reached.
l
Compensation – This list button selects the distance to advance the
mouse toward edge from touch point.
USB TOUCH RIGHT BUTTON TOOL
This tool differs slightly from the “Touch as Right Button Click” check box in
the USB touch manager. When executed, there will be a small window
of “One Shot Right Button” appearing on desktop. Any touch on the
panel right after touching this small window will work like clicking the
right button of a right-handed mouse at that point. However, the next touch will
resume the left button of mouse unless the small window is touched again.
REMARKS FOR USB TOUCH IN DOS APPLICATION
Please note for MS-DOS application of the USB touch, the “USB Mouse
Support” within “Integrated Peripherals” in BIOS must be “Enabled” and the driver
“UTCHDRV.COM” should be included in “Autoexec.bat”. Refer to “HARDWARE
DETAILS” for jumper setting on riser card. Alternative driver without touch beep to
avoid IRQ conflict available.
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RS232 TOUCH DRIVER
The touch control driver
for the IR type touch panel used
in this product series utilizing
RS232 interface can also be used
for the normal optional resistive
type touch panel of this product
series. Please find the subfolder
\Drivers\KS631X\TOUCH\IR in
the Posiflex Product Information
CD and study the “readme” file
before executing the “setup”
program should there be any need
for a driver re-installation. Make
sure you select “COM2” for the
port of the touch driver in the
process. All control parameters
of this driver can be reviewed
through
an
item
“Elo
Touchscreen” in the “Control
Panel” after driver installation.
Some sample screen shots of this
driver are exhibited to the right
of this section for reference
purpose. Please note that these
may change without notice at any
time.
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The “Align” button starts
a calibration process that
requires the user to click on 3
marks appeared consecutively.
The size selected for “Doubleclick area” sets the precision
definition of the simulated mouse
click for the screen touch. When
the value is set too large, the
mouse pointer would appear to
be off from the point touched.
However, when this value is set
too small, the double clicking
would become very difficult
because the 2 touches would be
considered at 2 different spots. The port selection for “Touchscreen on:” must be set
to “COM5” for the touch panel over the LCD panel in this product series.
In case a Posiflex touch monitor is connected to the VGA port for 2nd display,
the touch function of the second display monitor has to be connected to one of the
ports from COM2 to COM4. Please re-install the touch driver with a selection for
multiple monitors in the process this time. Set COM5 for the touch screen on the
machine and set the COM port actually connected for the 2nd display for the touch
function over it.
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SOFTWARE COMMAND INDEX
Following table is a collection of software command applicable to the Jiva TP5815 Pro series for a quick look up. The page number listed could deviate from the
display of this file if different viewer is utilized.
Usage of the Command
Page Chapter
Section / Subsection
Open CR1
5-2
Application Guide Cash Drawer
Open CR2
5-2
Application Guide Cash Drawer
Drawer open sense
5-2
Application Guide Cash Drawer
Main switch ON only
5-4
Application Guide
Power On/Off Control
External Power Switch
/
Main switch ON/OFF
5-4
Application Guide
Power On/Off Control
External Power Switch
/
Software power off
5-4
Application Guide
Power On/Off Control
Software Switch Off
/
Enhance forced power off
5-5
Application Guide Forced Power Off
Enable UPS function
5-7
Application Guide UPS Function Enabling
Disable UPS function
5-7
Application Guide UPS Function Enabling
Check autodetect capability 5-7
Application Guide UPS Detection Function
Check battery condition
5-7
Application Guide UPS Detection Function
UPS status check
6-6
Hardware Details
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Software Awareness of UPS
Status
HARDWARE DETAILS
MAIN BOARD
COMPONENT SIDE
SW1
BAT
2
F6
CN7
CN2
F5
JP7 JP5
KBMS1
JP6
JP11
JP12
AUDIO1
F1
LAN1
U8
CN12
F4
CN4
CN3
F3
CN1
F7
JP13
JP14 JP22
CN6
F8
Y1
CN10
U7
U20
LED1
LPT1
U12
Y4
VGA1
JP21
Y2
F2
COM1
U13
L
C
D
1
CN9
U9
JP3
JP4
JP8
JP2
X2
IDE1
2
U24
JP1
X1
BZ1
2
2
2A1
B2
D
I
M
M
1
D
I
M
M
2
Notation
Remarks:
1. A small black
block A or a
small number
“1” in the
drawing for a
jumper or an
IC is used to
indicate the
position
of
pin number 1.
2.
A
small
number “2”
marked near a
corner of a
jumper with 2
rows of pins
is used to
indicate the
position
of
pin number 2
for
identification
of all pins.
2
U16
JP14
CN8
SATA1
1
CN5
2
IDE2
JP15
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SOLDER SIDE
BAT1
JP13
JP9
JP10
JP12
+5V2
JP11
+5V
F9
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Notation
Remarks:
1. A small black
block A or a
small number
“1” in the
drawing for a
jumper or an
IC is used to
indicate the
position
of
pin number 1.
2.
A
small
number “2”
marked near a
corner of a
jumper with 2
rows of pins
is used to
indicate the
position
of
pin number 2
for
identification
of all pins.
JUMPERS AND CONNECTORS
ON COMPONENT SIDE
Position
AUDIO1
BAT2
BZ1
CN1
CN2
CN3
CN4
CN5
CN6
CN7
CN8
CN9
CN10
CN12
COM1
DIMM1
DIMM2
F1
F2
F3
F4
F5
F6
F7
F8
IDE1
IDE2
JP1
JP2
JP3
JP4
JP5
JP6
JP7
Part Spec
3.5Ø Jacks
Socket 1x4
Buzzer
HDR 1x4 w/H Rt
HDR 1x3 +L
3x USB Jack
HDR 1x3 +L
HDR 1x3 +L
HDR 1x4 +L
Socket 4p
HDR 1x8 w/H
HDR 2x8
RJ11 Jack
HDR 1x4 +L
2x D Sub 9M
DDR2 DIMM Socket
DDR2 DIMM Socket
SMD FUSE
POLYFUSE
SMD FUSE
SMD FUSE
SMD FUSE
POLYFUSE
POLYFUSE
POLYFUSE
Slot 40p Rt
Slot 40p
HDR 2x2
HDR 2x3
HDR 1x4
HDR 2x3
HDR 1x3
HDR 1x3
HDR 1x3
Usage
Audio Port
UPS Battery Connector
System buzzer
Power Connector for External IDE Device
Exhausted Fan Connector
3x USB Connector
Reserved (CPU Fan Connector)
Deleted
Deleted (COM1 data)
Power Jack
Deleted (For old ELO Touch Connector)
LPC Interface Connector for TP-070
CR Port
Reserved (Internal HDD Power Connector)
COM1 & COM2 Connector
DDR2 533 SDRAM DIMM Socket
DDR2 533 SDRAM DIMM Socket
Fuse for +5V Power in USB Ports
Fuse for +12V Power in VGA Port
Fuse for +5V Power in USB Ports
Fuse for +5V Power in USB Ports
Fuse for +5V Power in PS/2 KB & Mouse Ports
Fuse for UPS Charge Protect
Fuse for +12V IDE Power
Fuse for +5V IDE Power
External IDE1 Slot
Deleted (Internal IDE2 Slot)
Reserved (LCD SM Bus Control)
Touch Signal Setting
Reserved (PS2 Mouse Signal Loop)
Deleted
Right Channel Audio Output Select
Left Channel Audio Output Select
Audio Amplifier Output Select
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JP8
JP14
JP15
KBMS1
LAN1
LCD1
LED1
LPT1
SATA1
SW1
U7
U8
U9
U12
U13
U16
U20
U24
VGA1
X1
X2
Y1
Y2
Y4
HDR 1x3
HDR 2x5
HDR 2x2
2x mini DIN 6p
Composite Conn.
Slot 60p
HDR 1x3 Rt
D Sub 25F
SATA 180º Conn.
Switch
microFCBGA IC
nanoBGA2 IC
microFCBGA IC
IC
IC
IC
IC
IC
3x5 D F
XTAL
XTAL
XTAL
XTAL
XTAL
Deleted
Deleted
Deleted (Internal IDE Master/Slave Select)
PS2 KB & PS2 Mouse Connector
LAN & 2xUSB Connector
Riser Card Slot
LED Connector
LPT Port
Deleted
Power Switch
NB Chip
CPU
SB Chip
CLKGEN
LAN Chip
BIOS (Winbond W39V040FAPZ)
Power Manager
LPCIO Chip
VGA Port
Crystal
Crystal
Crystal
Crystal
Crystal
ON SOLDER SIDE
Position
BAT1
F9
JP9
JP10
JP11
JP12
JP13
Part Spec
Batt Socket
SMD FUSE
Mini HDR 1x2
Mini HDR 1x3
Mini HDR 2x3
Mini HDR 1x2
Mini HDR 1x3
Usage
CMOS Battery Socket
Fuse for +5 V Power in COM1/2 Ports
LAN Enable/Disable Control
CMOS Data Control
COM1/COM2 DC Supply Select
VGA DC SUPPLY
UPS Status
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JUMPER SETTINGS
The “«” marks in the following tables denote the factory default settings.
LAN CHIP CONTROL ENABLE/DISABLE
STATUS OF JP9 ON SOLDER SIDE
LAN CHIP FUNCTION
1 – 2 Short
Enabled
All Open
Disabled
«
CMOS DATA CONTROL
STATUS JP10 ON SOLDER SIDE
CMOS DATA CONTROL
1 – 2 short
Clear CMOS data
2 – 3 short
Normal operation
«
COM1/COM2 DC SUPPLY SELECT
STATUS OF JP11 ON SOLDER SIDE
PIN 9 STATUS
1 – 3 short
COM1 Pin9 connected to 5 V DC
3 – 5 short
COM1 Pin9 connected as RI
2 – 4 short
COM2 Pin9 connected to 5 V DC
4 – 6 short
COM2 Pin9 connected as RI
«
«
Please note that the 5 V DC supply should be selected only for supporting the
Posiflex serial devices that are designed to be powered from this source. Whenever
such Posiflex device is to be removed from this port, the 5 V DC supply must be
deselected.
VGA PORT DC POWER ENABLE/DISABLE
STATUS OF JP12 ON SOLDER SIDE
VGA PORT
Short
12 V DC Enabled
Open
12 V DC Disabled
«
Please note that the 12 V DC supply should be selected only for supporting the
Posiflex monitor devices that are designed to be powered from this source. Whenever
such Posiflex device is to be removed from this port, the 12 V DC supply must be
deselected.
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SOFTWARE AWARENESS OF UPS STATUS
STATUS OF JP13 ON SOLDER SIDE
COM1 PIN1 SIGNAL
1 – 2 short
Normal (DCD signal)
2 – 3 short
Detect UPS status
«
The UPS status is used to inform the software the power source the system is
operating on (AC adaptor or UPS battery). The default of this jumper is set to detect
the UPS status to enable the software detection on existence of AC power. When the
DCD bit of COM1 is set, the AC power is present. The user has to change this jumper
if he/she wants to detect the standard DCD signal on COM1.
AUDIO OUTPUT CONTROL
STATUS OF JP5, JP6, JP7
AUDIO OUTPUT PORT
JP5 1 – 2, JP6 1 – 2, JP7 1 – 2 Short
Stereo Line Out
JP5-2 <–> JP6-2, JP5-2 <–> JP6-2, JP7 2 – 3 Short
Mono Amplifier Out
«
TOUCH SIGNAL SETTING
STATUS OF JP2
TOUCH SIGNAL
1 – 3, 2 – 4 Short
COM2 Port
3 – 5, 4 – 6 Short
USB
«
PS/2 MOUSE SIGNAL LOOPBACK
STATUS OF JP3
PS/2 MOUSE SIGNAL
All Open
Through Riser Card
1 – 2, 3 – 4 short
Direct Loopback
«
INTERNAL IDE MASTER/SLAVE SELECT
STATUS OF JP15
STATUS IN IDE CHANNEL
All Open
Master
1 - 2 Short
Slave
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«
RISER CARD (LT-057 for no touch)
COMPONENT SIDE
P1
P2
U2
Q11
Y1
SOLDER SIDE
JP1
U10
CONNECTORS
ON SOLDER SIDE
Position
J1
JP1
Part Spec
RT HDR 1x4 W/H
HDR 2x10 W/H
Usage
To Inverter
To LVDS LCD Panel
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RISER CARD (TP-058 for RS-232 touch)
COMPONENT SIDE
U16
L21
U17
Q11
Y1
SOLDER SIDE
2
1
J2
1
JP1
J1
U3
U1
U7
CONNECTORS
ON SOLDER SIDE
Position
J1
J2
JP1
Part Spec
RT HDR 1x4 W/H
CONN 50 pin FPC
HDR 2x10 W/H
Usage
To Inverter
To IR touch Frame
To LVDS LCD Panel
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U11
U10
RISER CARD (TP-059 for USB touch)
COMPONENT SIDE
2
JP2
CN3
CN2
L21
U2
Q11
CN1
BZ1
U3
SOLDER SIDE
1
JP1
J1
U1
U11
U10
JUMPERS AND CONNECTORS
ON COMPONENT SIDE
Position
CN1
CN2
CN3
JP2
Part Spec
HDR 1x4
RT HDR 1x7
HDR 1x6 w/H mini
HDR 2x4
Usage
Reserved (Debug)
To Touch Panel
Reserved (F/W download)
USB Touch Setup
ON SOLDER SIDE
Position
J1
JP1
Part Spec
RT HDR 1x4 W/H
HDR 2x10 W/H
Usage
To Inverter
To LVDS LCD Panel
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JUMPER SETTINGS
The “«” marks in the following tables denote the factory default settings.
USB TOUCH SETUP
STATUS OF JP2
APPLICABLE OS
1 – 2 short, 5 – 6 open
Windows (Win98, Win2000, WinXP) «
1 – 2 open, 5 – 6 open
Linux or WinCE
1 – 2 short, 5 – 6 short
MS-DOS
3 – 4 short
Touch panel type E
3 – 4 open
Touch panel type F
«
Please note for MS-DOS application of the USB touch, the “USB Mouse
Support” within “Integrated Peripherals” in BIOS must be “Enabled” and the driver
“UTCHDRV.COM” should be included in “Autoexec.bat”.
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LPC ADAPTOR CARD TP-070
COMPONENT SIDE
F1
U1
2
U2
U3
JP1
BKT1
COM
1
COM
2
BKT2
SOLDER SIDE
1
2
CN1
JUMPERS AND CONNECTORS
ON COMPONENT SIDE
Position
COM1
COM2
F1
JP1
Part Spec
RJ45 JACK
RJ45 JACK
SMD FUSE
HDR 2x3
Usage
COM3 Port
COM4 Port
Fuse for +5 V Power in COM3/4 Ports
COM3/4 DC Supply Select
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ON SOLDER SIDE
Position
CN1
Part Spec
F CONN 2x8
Usage
To LPC Connector CN9 on Main Board
JUMPER SETTINGS
The “«” marks in the following tables denote the factory default settings.
COM3/COM4 DC SUPPLY SELECT
STATUS OF JP1
PIN 9 STATUS
1 – 3 short
COM3 Pin9 connected to 5 V DC
3 – 5 short
COM3 Pin9 connected as RI
2 – 4 short
COM4 Pin9 connected to 5 V DC
4 – 6 short
COM4 Pin9 connected as RI
«
«
Please note that the 5 V DC supply should be selected only for supporting the
Posiflex serial devices that are designed to be powered from this source. Whenever
such Posiflex device is to be removed from this port, the 5 V DC supply must be
deselected.
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USB MSR CONTROL BOARD (SD-100)
COMPONENT SIDE
CN3
2
12
2
8
1
11
1
7
JP1
CN2
CN1
JP1
U1
U3
AT43301
U5
UMSRCPU-F
JUMPER SETTINGS
JP1 for U5 (MSR MCU)
JP1 pin pair
1–2
3–4
5–6
7–8
9 – 10
Function
Track 1
Track 1
Track 1
ISO/JIS
When open
Disable
Disable
Disable
ISO
When short
Enable
Enable
Enable
JIS I/II
Always
short
11 – 12
Lead/End Code
Enable
Disable
JP2 for U3 (USB MCU)
JP2 pin pair
1–2
3–4
5–6
7–8
Function
Alt+Num
NumLock
BaudRate
OS
When open
Enable
Enable
19200
Linux
When short
Disable
Disable
9600
Windows
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USB MSR CONTROL BOARD (SD-200)
COMPONENT SIDE
CN3
2
12
2
8
1
11
1
7
JP1
CN2
CN1
JP1
U1
AT43301
U5
U3
UMSRCPU-F
JUMPER SETTINGS
JP1 for U5 (MSR MCU)
JP1 pin pair
1–2
3–4
5–6
7–8
9 – 10
Function
Track 1
Track 1
Track 1
ISO/JIS
When open
Disable
Disable
Disable
ISO
When short
Enable
Enable
Enable
JIS I/II
Always
short
11 – 12
Lead/End Code
Enable
Disable
JP2 for U3 (USB MCU)
JP2 pin pair
1–2
3–4
5–6
7–8
Function
Alt+Num
NumLock
BaudRate
OS
When open
Enable
Enable
19200
Linux
When short
Disable
Disable
9600
Windows
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SERVICE AND SPARE PARTS
SERVICE GUIDE
SIDE MOUNT UPGRADE KIT
The available side mount upgrade kits include BC-100U, KP-100, KP-100U,
SD-100 and SD-200. The KP-100/KP-100U is a larger unit with always a 40 key
programmable keypad. The BC-100U/SD-100/SD-200 is a smaller unit without this
keypad. Various function kits can be applied in the upgrade kit as tabulated below:
Function Kits Included
Bar code card reader (USB interface)
40 key keypad (PS2 KB interface)
BC100U KP100 KP100U SD100 SD200
V
V
40 key keypad (USB interface)
MSR (PS2 KB interface)
V
V
MSR (USB interface)
V
V
Optical F/P sensor (USB interface)
SC reader (USB interface)
I/B (Dallas Key) reader
V
V
V
V
V
V
If a side mount unit BC-100U/SD-100/SD-200 is ordered together with the
Jiva TP system, this side mount unit will be attached on the Jiva TP system main unit
when delivered. However, if the side mount unit is KP-100/KP-100U or if BC-100U
/SD-100/SD-200 is ordered separately from the Jiva TP system,
installation of the side mount upgrade kit is
required. To install the side mount upgrade kit
please find two screw holes on back of the right
side of the main unit as arrowed in the right
picture. Just align the side mount unit on the
right edge of the main unit and fasten the two
screws with washer as indicated in the left picture. Route the cable
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with or without an extension cable through the side of the cable cover to proper port.
Break the obstructing sidewall of the cable cover at the cable entrance to the connector
area.
REAR TOP MOUNT UPGRADE KIT
The upgrade kit that can be mounted on rear top of the whole
Jiva TP series is PD302, a 2 by 20 LCD customer display. Separate
the main unit from its stand assembly. Prepare power for the PD302
in the service window on rear side of the main unit and then reunite
the touch terminal.
1. Aim the bottom center cavity of PD302 series toward
the latch stub at rear of touch terminal main unit. Then
aim both metal and plastic hooks at rear of the PD302
series toward the suitable ventilation openings on top
rear of the main unit. Please use a phillips head driver
Plastic hook Metal hook
to fasten the screws on the metal hook but not to
overdo it so that the metal hooks hold the ribs of the ventilation holes from inside.
2. Plug the DB9 female connector to the COM port with power DC supply from the
TP series. If the COM1 terminator is found on COM1 port that happens to be the
COM port planed for PD302, please remove the COM1 terminator and save it at a
safe place for future use.
3. Route the cable to go through the notch on back of the stand
assembly of touch terminal as indicated in the picture. Reassemble
the main unit and stand assembly.
4. Guidance for future un-installation: Please always use a screw driver to release
the metal hook before removing PD302 from the ventilation holes.
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BASE MOUNT UPGRADE KIT
This upgrade is applicable to Jiva system with either slim base or universal base.
On rear edge of the stand assembly, there is a rear connect cover. This area is designed
for installing a low profile LCD customer display option PD-305 or a 12” 2nd LCD
display panel option LM-6101 or a 15” 2nd LCD display monitor LM-6301 or a VFD
customer pole display option PD-2501 or PD-2602 after this cover removed.
Open the rear connect cover
for rear mount upgrade kit
Rear connect cover
To remove the rear connect cover in slim base please refer to the inside view of
the base unit at right and use a flat head screwdriver to pick the
plastic hook plate of the rear connect cover from inside behind the
UPS battery.
The rear connect cover of universal base can be removed
by pushing the plastic hook plate of it from inside as marked by
white arrow in the right picture. However, this picture is an upside-down inside view of the stand assembly with base box
removed for illustration purpose only. Please push the plastic
hook plate with finger through the top opening in the stand assembly to remove the
rear connect cover.
The family of rear mount upgrade kits may keep growing with time, the
installation principle will remain as to install the kit base or the connecting bracket to
this opening and have the interface cable passing the cable exit of the system base into
the system I/O area.
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BASE INSTALLED DEVICES
The
devices
installable to slim base
models and universal
base models are different.
Both
bases provide
besides agile and stable
support to main unit and
upgrade kit also a
housing for several devices. The applicable protected
devices to a slim base include: a 3.5” or 2.5” system HDD
and UPS battery while the
installable devices to a
universal base include: 3.5”
or 2.5” system HDD; UPS
battery;
system
power
adaptor and an internal slim
type CD-ROM / CD-RW /
COMBO (CD-RW + DVD-ROM) drive.
However, please note that the never ending quest for excellence of the
manufacturer may result in discrepancy from the above statement and sample pictures
yet the basic concepts remain. If there is any silicon rubber thermal pad found on any
device, DO NOT remove it!! Otherwise warranty terminates.
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REPLACE BASE INSTALLED 3.5” HDD
Remove the HDD bracket fixing screw as
circled in left pictures to remove the HDD bracket
from base. Further release of the 4 shoulder
screws releases HDD from its bracket.
Rubber Sleeve
Shoulder Screw
However, for installing this HDD
into its bracket please refer to the right
picture and note that the operation must be
in the sequence: Slide rubber sleeves into
screw holes in bracket to have the bracket
Screw Hole in
clips into the middle groove of rubber sleeve;
Bracket
Put HDD in place then Fix shoulder screws.
BASE INSTALLED 2.5” HDD (option)
The bottom view of slim base models and universal models for 2.5” HDD look
different from those for 3.5” HDD and there are 2 versions each with minor variations.
All versions are exhibited below with each numbered item illustrated below.
Earlier Version Slim Base for 2.5” HDD
Universal Base for 2.5” HDD
1
2
3
4
5
8
5
6
7
8
7
10
9
10
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Later Version Slim Base for 2.5” HDD
1
Universal Base for 2.5” HDD
2
3
6
3
10
5
5
4
9
1. 2nd Cable exit
2. Cable exit
3. Rubber feet
4. Bottom plate
5. Bottom plate fixing screw
6. 2.5” HDD window
7. Steel wire handle
8. Rubber handle seat
9. 2.5” HDD bracket fixing screw
10. 2.5” HDD bracket cover
TO REMOVE THE EARLIER VERSION 2.5” HDD
1. Remove HDD bracket cover fixing screw.
2. Lift the steel wire handle.
3. With one hand holding gently the connector
end (the end far away from the 2.5” HDD
bracket fixing screw) of the 2.5” HDD bracket
cover, use the other hand to pull the steel wire
handle away from the connector end with force.
The 2.5” HDD inside the bracket cover will be disconnected from its connector.
4. Open the 2.5” HDD bracket cover and take out the 2.5” HDD.
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4
TO INSTALL THE EARLIER VERSION 2.5” HDD
1. Open the 2.5” HDD bracket cover (A).
A
B
C
2. Put the 2.5” HDD (B) into bracket with its
controller board facing up and its connectors (C)
at far end from the bracket cover.
3. Slide the HDD to be as close to the bracket
cover joint (D) as possible.
4. Close the bracket cover.
5. Check the connector end of the bracket cover
D
that the 2 screw holes
(E) in 2.5” HDD must be visible from top of the bracket
cover.
E
6. Reopen the bracket cover and reposition the 2.5” HDD if
F
the screw holes are not well aligned. Proceed to next step
G
if the positioning is OK.
7. Pull the steel wire handle toward the connector end with
force till the connectors are well inserted.
8. Fit the steel wire handle (F)
to the rubber handle seat
(G) on HDD bracket
cover.
9. Fix back the HDD bracket cover fixing screw.
TO REMOVE THE LATER VERSION 2.5” HDD
1. Remove HDD bracket cover fixing screw.
2. Hold and pull the 2.5” HDD bracket in the arrowed
direction as in the right picture.
3. Open the 2.5” HDD bracket cover and take out the 2.5”
HDD.
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TO INSTALL THE LATER VERSION 2.5” HDD
1. Open the 2.5” HDD bracket cover (A).
2. Put the 2.5” HDD (B) into bracket with its
controller board facing up and its connectors (C) at
far end from the bracket cover.
3. Slide the HDD to be as close to the bracket cover
joint (D) as possible.
4. Close the bracket cover.
5. Check the connector end of the bracket cover that
the 2 screw holes (E) in 2.5” HDD must be visible
from top of the bracket cover.
6. Reopen the bracket cover and reposition the 2.5”
HDD if the screw holes are not well aligned.
Proceed to next step if the positioning is OK.
7. Push the 2.5” HDD bracket cover in the direction
of the red arrow in the right picture to have the
HDD connector well inserted.
8. Fix back the HDD bracket cover fixing screw.
TO REMOVE THE 2.5” HDD BRACKET ASSEMBLY
In case the removal of the 2.5” HDD
bracket with its connection board is required in
maintenance please remove the 2.5” HDD
bracket by removing 2 screws inside and 1
screw outside corner of the 2.5” HDD bracket
as circled in the right picture.
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C
B
D
A
E
CDROM DRIVE (for universal base)
To remove the CDROM drive bracket from
the universal base please first remove the screw
circled in the right picture after removal of HDD
bracket and UPS battery and then slide the bracket
in direction marked with dashed hollow arrow.
To install the
CDROM drive into
the CDROM bracket,
fix the CDROM
drive tightly into the
bracket with 4 small screws at the arrowed positions in
the left picture and install it back in the base box by
making sure that the CDROM bracket slides into the red arrowed slit in the right
picture above. Please use the upper hole of the 2 screw holes on CDROM bracket
rectangular marked in the left picture above. Connect the red arrowed connectors of
IDE data and power cable as in these lower pictures to the
CDROM drive. Please
notice the difference in
cables used for the
CDROM drive when
type of HDD changes.
Cable set for CDROM and 3.5” HDD
Cable set for CDROM and 2.5” HDD
POWER ADAPTOR (for universal base)
Remove the 2 circled screws in the right picture to release
the power adaptor with bracket from the universal base. To
install the power adaptor bracket into the universal base, first
insert the 2 tongues of the bracket into the slits in the base metal
chassis as marked in rectangles in the right picture.
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WALL MOUNT KITS
WALL MOUNT KIT TYPES
WB-6000
WB-6300
WB-6600
WB-6800
WB-6000 –– no installable devices in the bracket
WB-6300 –– installable with 2.5” HDD, UPS battery in backpack
WB-6600 –– installable with 3.5” HDD, UPS battery in backpack
WB-6800 –– installable with 2.5” HDD, UPS battery, CDROM/DVD drive,
power adaptor in backpack
MOUNTING THE KIT AND MAIN UNIT TO WALL
WB-6300 Cover
WB-6600 Cover
WB-6800 Cover
In supplement to the descriptions given in User’s Manual on this operation,
here is some technical assistance that may help. Taking into consideration the weight of
the main unit, the wall strength and the joint material must be carefully selected to hold
the bracket kit with the main unit to the wall. The plastic cotters and the screws
supplied with the kit are applicable solutions for holding the bracket kit with main unit
to a concrete wall. Before using the plastic cotters, 3 or 4 holes for fixing back cover
to wall must be drilled in the wall in specific manner. Hole diameter should be 1/4” or
6.35 mm each. Hole depth should be at least 1 and 3/8” or 35 mm. A paper template is
provided with WB-6000 for drilling pattern. The back cover of WB-6300, WB-6600
and WB-6800 itself can be used directly for the drill pattern guide on wall at the
indicated points in above pictures of each cover type. Please then insert one plastic
cotter into each hole leaving the flat end with hole of the plastic cotter at the outside
opening of the hole. Use a hammer to tap the plastic cotter in gently if necessary. Then
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use screw to fix WB-6000 or back cover of WB-6300, WB-66000 or WB-6800 to
these plastic cotters.
WB-6300 Side Views
WB-6600 Side Views
WB-6800 Side Views
For WB-6300, WB-6600 and WB-6800 with their back cover fixed on wall,
please install the applicable device kits in the wall mount bracket per guide in next
section and hang the bracket onto the back cover on wall as indicated in the side view
pictures above. And then apply the screw on top of the wall mount kit to hold the
complete wall mount kit on wall as indicated in top view pictures below.
WB-6300 Top View
WB-6600 Top View
WB-6800 Top View
It is then all right to hang the main unit with 4 matching pegs to go into the
winding grooves on WB-6000, WB-6300, WB-6600 or WB-6800 and allow it to seat
down the grooves. Open the cable cover of main unit to make connections including
those devices installed in the wall mount bracket then close the cable cover again.
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DEVICE INSTALLATION IN BRACKET
WB-6300
WB-6600
WB-6800
Above pictures are inside view pictures of each empty wall mount brackets and
those with all possible devices installed for an overall impression. Please note that all
cables of the installed devices go out of the bracket through the indicated opening in
lower part of the bracket for connection to the main unit. Interpretation on each device
in each kit follows.
for WB-6800
for WB-6300
for WB-6600
For installing the UPS battery in WB-6300 and WB-6600, a
Velcro strap is required to pass through the 2 slits in the bracket as
shown in the 2 left pictures above. For WB-6800 a UPS battery bracket
and a screw is needed as in upper right picture. Slide the bracket up with
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its tongue matching under a bridge in the wall of wall mount bracket with the UPS
battery in place and fix it with the screw as in the above lower right picture.
2.5” HDD Kit
To install the 2.5” HDD in WB-6300 & WB-6800, a 2.5” HDD bracket with
screws and cables besides the HDD itself are required as in the leftmost picture above.
Some pre-assembly operation of the 2.5” HDD bracket is required. Please us 2 screws
to fix the conversion board to one end of the HDD bracket as in the middle picture
above and insert the IDE HDD cable and the HDD power cable in the connectors on
conversion board as in the rightmost picture above. Please make sure the cables are
inserted in correct orientation. Leave the pull strap end of IDE HDD cable for
connection to main unit. Then please remove the screw fixing the HDD bracket cover
on the other end of the bracket if it is preinstalled.
In WB-6300
In WB-6800
Refer to the 1st row of pictures above for WB-6300 and 2nd row for WB-6800
to install the 2.5” HDD bracket into the wall mount bracket. Check in the upper left
part of WB-6300 and upper right part of WB-6800 for the 3 metal posts as circled and
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2 support lugs with notches as arrowed in the leftmost pictures. Place edge of the
conversion board in the notches and pull back the HDD bracket cover to open it and
screw the HDD bracket to the posts as in the 2nd left pictures. Put the 2.5” HDD into
the HDD bracket with orientation as in the 2nd right pictures and slide the HDD to the
bracket cover joint as shown. Close the cover and push the cover with HDD to the
direction in the rightmost pictures firmly then screw at the circled point in same
pictures. Route cables to exit the wall mount bracket through the correct opening.
3.5” HDD Kit
To install the 3.5” HDD in WB-6600, a 3.5” HDD bracket, 4 rubber sleeves, 4
shoulder screws, IDE HDD cable, HDD power cable and a bracket fixing screw as in
the left picture above are required. Slide rubber sleeves into screw holes in bracket to
have the bracket clips into the middle groove of rubber sleeve as arrowed in left picture
above. Put HDD in place inside the bracket with the HDD control board facing the
bracket and the HDD connectors then fix shoulder screws as in the middle picture
above. Then please insert the 2 arrowed lugs of HDD bracket in middle picture above
into 2 arrowed slits in wall mount bracket in right picture above and screw fix the
HDD bracket at the circled post. Then connect the
IDE HDD cable and the HDD power cable to the
3.5” HDD. Please make sure the cables are inserted
in correct orientation. Leave the pull strap end of
IDE HDD cable for connection to main unit. Route
cables to exit the wall mount bracket through the
correct opening as in the right picture here.
3.5” HDD in WB-6600
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80W Power Adaptor Kit
in WB-6800
To install the 80W power adaptor in WB-6800, an 80W power adaptor
bracket and 2 screws besides the 80W power adaptor are required as in the left picture
above. Please insert the power adaptor from the right side of the bracket in the way
shown in top of middle picture above and insert the arrowed 2 lugs on power adaptor
bracket into the arrowed 2 slits in wall mount bracket. Fix the power adaptor bracket
to wall mount bracket with screws at 2 circled positions and exit the cable through the
correct opening in wall mount bracket as in the right picture above.
CDROM Kit
in WB-6800
To install the CDROM/COMBO drive in WB-6800, a CDROM bracket, 4
small CDROM drive fixing screws, 1 CDROM bracket fixing screw, a 3 connector
IDE cable and a 3 connector HDD power cable as in the left picture above are required
in addition to the CDROM/COMBO drive itself. It is advisable to install the
CDROM/COMBO drive before the HDD assembly for easier operation. Fix the
CDROM drive tightly into the CDROM bracket with 4 small screws at the red
arrowed positions in the middle pictures. The top and bottom small pictures are the
side views for the screw positions. Install the CDROM with bracket in the wall mount
bracket by making sure that the CDROM bracket slides into the blue arrowed slit in
the middle picture above. Please use the left hole of the 2 screw holes on CDROM
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bracket rectangular marked in the left picture to have the exterior of CDROM drive
flat with the wall mount bracket. Connect the red arrowed connectors of IDE data and
power cable to the CDROM drive. Exit the blue arrowed connectors through the
correct opening in wall mount bracket and leave the rest for connection to the 2.5”
HDD as in the right picture above.
BASE WALL MOUNT CONVERSION
For models with base stand (slim or universal) for 3.5” HDD, it is possible
to convert the base box into wall mount backpack for wall mount application.
However, please note that such conversion is not applicable for those models with base
stand for 2.5” HDD and the rear top mount upgrade kit and the base mount upgrade
kit are not applicable in wall mount application.
Select
a
flat
surface on wall of
adequate strength and
with proper ventilation
and space condition.
Please use the right
material to hold this
terminal according to the
wall material (Drywall,
concrete, solid wood,
etc). Consult with your
contractor if it is
necessary.
A
fully
equipped system may
weigh up to 13 kg or 26 lbs. Take the separated bottom plate and remove the 4 rubber
feet to work as the back cover for the wall mount bracket. Fix this cover to wall at the
3 or 4 arrowed holes for slim base model as in the left picture per base bottom plate
type and at the 3 arrowed holes as in the right picture for universal base model with
proper materials and proper preparations.
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With
all
cable
connections
disconnected,
release the base box from the
base stand by removing the 3
screws as red arrowed in the left
picture for slim base model or in
the right picture for universal
base model.
Though the removal of the base installed devices
from the base box is not necessary for an experienced
technician to remove the base box, a picture of an
universal base without any base installed devices is given
in the left for better view of the base box screw locations.
Turn the base box 90 degrees to the right. Release the cable tie, save the screw
for later use and reroute all
cables to main unit to go
through the lower opening as in
these 2 pictures. Now the base
box turns into the wall mount
bracket with all devices in.
There is one remark on the universal base model
though. Should there be a CDROM/COMBO drive installed,
it is most advised to change the fixing screw on CDROM
bracket from the red marked position to the blue marked
position as in the right picture to keep the outer surface of
the drive aligned with the converted wall mount bracket.
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Hook the wall mount bracket onto the back
cover on the wall at positions shown in these side
view pictures left for slim base and right for universal
base. Fix the screw taken from the cable tie on top
side of the converted wall mount bracket as arrowed
in the top view pictures left for slim base and right for
universal base.
Align the four matching pegs on the back of the main unit with the four
matching holes in the bracket as marked in squares in pictures below (left for slim base
and right for universal base) and allow the main unit to slide down the winding grooves
in the wall mount backpack - originally the base box. The
stand assembly is not engaged in
wall mount operation. Connect all
cables coming out of the
backpack into the cable cover
area of main unit.
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OPEN THE MAIN UNIT
Opening the main unit is a tricky and difficult job. The first and the easiest step
is to disconnect power and every cable (including the LED cable) and separate the
main unit from the paddle assembly. Unlock and open the cable cover.
To work on the most tricky part of the operation
d
h
c
g
please first notice the 8 hooks on the front cover holding the
Hooks from
back cover at about 6 cm (2.5”) away from each corner. The
Front Cover
simplified drawing on the left indicates the positions of these
a
e
b
f
hooks as viewed from the back of the main unit.
It takes skill and strength to get the front cover
unhooked from the back cover. A push/pull on the edge of the
inner opening of the front cover could be engaged to help
unhooking the front cover. But please keep cautious not to get
scratch/damage on the touch panel. The unhooking sequence
advisable from the experience suggests to release one hook on
the side (either left or right) then the hook on top or bottom
nearest the same corner to release one corner first. Then apply same trick to release the
other corner on same side and then the other side to remove the front cover from the
back cover. One example of doing so is to follow the alphabetical order (a to h) of the
hooks as indicated in the simplified drawing above.
Disconnect and remove the LED cable from the LED hole in the metal
frame before removing the front cover!
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SEPARATE LCD PANEL ASSEMBLY
Please refer to the assembly drawing for all the following operations. The
mechanical structure of the system is of snap-on structure and utilizes minimal number
of screws in assembly as in pictures below. After removing the front cover, press down
the 2 springs on bottom side of LCD panel assembly (1) and lift the LCD panel
assembly by top edges (2). Don’t pull the 2 lugs easily visible for this operation
because they actually belong to the lower part. Just press down the spring located at
right side to the riser card cover plate (3) and meantime push this cover plate to the
right (4) to show the riser card.
1. Push springs down
šÎ
Î
š
2. Don’t pull the lugs!
Raise the top edges!
3. Push the spring down
Riser card
4. Push cover right
Now, please disconnect the three cables (LCD display cable, touch controller
cable and inverter cable) from the riser card and separate the LCD + touch panel
assembly from the main unit. The riser card replacement can be done at this stage. For
further disassembly please refer to the
Inverter Cable
right picture and disconnect the red
arrowed backlight connectors on the
LCD Cable
inverter board and unscrew four yellow
arrowed screws to release the LCD
panel from the metal frame. Unscrew
Touch Cable
two screws to remove the inverter
board. The touch control panel is
fixed on the metal frame as an individual
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service part. Please pay particular attention to the routing of the three cables during the
reverse process for reassembling. Please also make sure that in the reassembly process,
the blue arrowed top edges of the riser card as in the left
are secured in the also blue marked openings of the riser
card cover plate.
OPEN COVER PLATE
To access the main board and the LPC
adaptor card in the back cover assembly after
removing the complete LCD assembly for the snap
on structure the operation is quite simple. Remove
the only screw as indicated in the right picture and
pull the cover plate down to remove it.
1. Remove
this screw
2. Pull down
cover plate
REPLACE LPC ADAPTOR CARD
The inside of back cover assembly with
main board and the red arrowed LPC card
after removal of cover plate looks like the left
picture. Remove the 2 screws on both sides of
COM3/4 connectors in the cable cover area
like in the picture below then pull this card up
from CN9 on main board.
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REPLACE MAINBOARD
After removal of LPC adaptor card, please remove the 4 screws at the bottom
of the connector panel and the 7 screws holding the main board to the back cover
assembly as in pictures below. Disconnect the exhaust fan and raise the main board up.
Unscrew the hex head screws of the connectors on the connector panel (I/O plate) to
release it if necessary.
Screws holding main board
are circled in these pictures
No further disassembly on the back cover assembly is allowed except releasing
the exhaust fan from the metal box. Any further disassembly operation by any nonwell-trained people will almost doomed to cause damage without awareness of the
occurrence. Such damage is strictly the responsibility of the person who intended to
disassemble and is not covered by the product warranty.
To reassemble the whole system back, please just do the counter actions in
reverse order.
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SPARE PARTS LIST
The column “Pos.” in the list below refers basically to the ID numbers indicated
in the Assembly Drawing. However, if this column is not available, it refers to a
packaging item. The column “S.” indicates the alternative selections available for that
position. Please pay particular attention in making selection among the alternatives
when there are some clues given in the column “Description” to indicate its relation
with other items in the system. Error in such selection may cause unrecoverable
damage. Once any particular selection of an item becomes obsolete through time, the
need for replacement shall call for replacement of other items related to that selection
to another. Please follow the separately issued list if it is renewed later.
Pos. S. Part Number
1
2
101
3
4
1
102
2
103 1
104 1
105 1
Description
36274008102
Front Cover For 15” W/ Blue Led & Cable For
Touch Source: E, Charcoal
36274008103
Front Cover For 15” W/ Blue Led & Cable For
Touch Source: E, Black
36294254002
Front Cover for 15” w/ Blue LED cable for
InfraRed Touch (CA02RL15-5D-R), Charcoal
36294254003
Front Cover for 15” w/ Blue LED cable for
InfraRed Touch (CA02RL15-5D-R), Black
36284021000
Touch Panel & Support Frame Assembly 15”
source Touch: E; LCD: AU (model: G150XG03)
36294021000
10671030052
21864053400
21811156213
IR Frame on Support Frame w/Glass & Sponge
Pan Head w/Sparing Washer M3-5
IR Control Cable, 50 Pin FPC Cable, Control
Board to IR Frame
AU 15” LCD Panel
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Pos. S. Part Number
106 1
107 1
108 1
109 1
110 1
111 1
112 1
1
113
2
1
114
2
115 1
1
116
2
117 1
21815156205
10501030042
21862031600
10684038062
16320102010
16200120090
16320301013
MTP6P-003C
16200303013
MTP3P-020-C
16100320013
21972080125
Description
LCD Inverter Module for AU 15” Panel
Pan Head Screw M3-4L
Inverter Cable for 15” LCD of source AU
Binding Head Screw#6/32-6L
Chassis Cover
Riser Card Cover
Fan Partition, Black
Cable Cover, Charcoal
Cable Cover, Black
Plastic Key, Charcoal
Plastic Key, Black
AC Power Adaptor 12V/80W
36305001000
3.5” HDD IDE & Power Cable Set for Universal
Base
36025001000
2.5” HDD IDE & Power Cable Set for Universal
Base
36014001002
Slim Base Stand Assembly (w/ 3.5” IDE HDD
Bracket & Stopper), Charcoal
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Pos. S. Part Number
2
3
4
(117) 5
6
7
8
1
118
2
119 1
1
120
2
121
1
2
122 1
Description
36014001000
Slim Base Stand Assembly (w/ 3.5” IDE HDD
Bracket & Stopper), Black
36014002002
Slim Base Stand Assembly (w/ 2.5” IDE HDD
Bracket & Stopper), Charcoal
36014002000
Slim Base Stand Assembly (w/ 2.5” IDE HDD
Bracket & Stopper), Black
36026008002
Universal Base Stand Assembly (w/ 3.5” IDE
HDD Bracket & Stopper), Charcoal
36026008003
Universal Base Stand Assembly (w/ 3.5” IDE
HDD Bracket & Stopper), Black
36026010002
Universal Base Stand Assembly (w/ 2.5” IDE
HDD Bracket & Stopper), Charcoal
36026010003
Universal Base Stand Assembly (w/ 2.5” IDE
HDD Bracket & Stopper), Black
16200312002
MTP6P-008C
16280302013
46011602300
36295000000
36015000000
Plastic Stopper for Base Stand, Charcoal
Plastic Stopper for Base Stand, Black
IDE 2.5” HDD Adaptor Board for 2.5” HDD in
Base
3.5” HDD IDE & Power Cable Set for Slim Base
2.5” HDD IDE & Power Cable Set for Slim Base
36324004002
Back Cover Assembly for TP-58 Pro
Chassis & Fan), Charcoal
(incl.
36324004003
Back Cover Assembly for TP-58 Pro (incl. Chassis
& Fan), Black
Flat Head Self-Tapping Screw ∮4.7-1 for Fixation
MSTSCRW4.7-10+F
System Fan to Fan Bracket
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Pos. S. Part Number
123 1
1
2
124
3
4
125 1
126 1
127 1
128 1
129 1
130 1
131 1
132 1
133 1
134 1
21837105120
46292604200
46255606100
46288606500
46207614100
LT057
36324003000
10684038062
36305000000
16320100020
10554038042
MHXCSCRW#4.8*8.2
10501030052
36324005000
10524030102
21863045320
Description
System Fan Two Ball Bearing
TP059B Riser Card w/ USB Touch Controller, for
LVDS LCD of 15” AU
TP055A Riser Card w/ PS2 Touch Controller
IR Touch Riser Card TP058E
Riser Card for No Touch LVDS LCD
TP/LT-58Pro Series M/B w/ IO Plate
Binding Head Screw #6-32NC-6L
Speaker (x 2) w/ Audio Cable (1 set)
I/O Connector Plate for TP/LT-5800 Pro series
Binding Head Screw #6/32-4L
Hexagon Head Screw#4.8*8.2 for I/O Connectors
Pan Head Screw M3-5L-Ni
COM3/4 Adaptor Kit for TP/LT-5800 Pro
Binding Head Self-Tap Screw ∮3-10L
LCD Display Cable for LVDS 15” AU (XG03)
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Pos. S. Part Number
1
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Description
Li-Battery CR2032
AC Power Adaptor 12V/80W for TP/LT-58 Pro
series
Power Cord for Australia for TP/LT-58 Pro Series
Power Cord for Europe for TP/LT-58 Pro Series
Power Cord for Japan for TP/LT-58 Pro Series
Power Cord for S.A. for TP/LT-58 Pro Series
Power Cord for U.K. for TP/LT-58 Pro Series
Power Cord for U.S.A. for TP/LT-58 Pro Series
Power Cord for Argentina for TP/LT-58 Pro
Series
TP/LT-58 Pro Packing Carton
TP/LT-5800 Pro PE Foam per Pair
PE Bag 64 * 70 CM Thick 0.05
PE Bag 135 * 200 mm Thick 0.05
TP/LT-58 Pro CE Label, Black
TP/LT-58 Pro User’s Manual
TP-5815 Pro series Technical Manual 7 - 27
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