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TA10iT
Table of Contents
COPYRIGHT ................................................................................................. 4
REGULATORY STATEMENT ................................................................................. 4
Federal Communications Commission Statement .......................................................................................................... 4
Declaration of Conformity ............................................................................................................................................... 4
RF exposure warning........................................................................................................................................................ 5
Canada, Industry Canada (IC) Notices ........................................................................................................................... 5
Battery Disposal................................................................................................................................................................ 6
CLASS 1 LASER PRODUCT ........................................................................................................................................... 6
BEFORE YOU START ................................................................ 8
PACKAGE CONTENTS ...................................................................................... 8
FEATURES ................................................................................................... 9
COMPONENTS ............................................................................................ 10
Front View ....................................................................................................................................................................... 10
Back View ........................................................................................................................................................................ 12
Left View .......................................................................................................................................................................... 13
Right View........................................................................................................................................................................ 13
Bottom View..................................................................................................................................................................... 14
Status Indicators.............................................................................................................................................................. 15
GETTING STARTED ................................................................ 16
POWERING UP YOUR TABLET PC ...................................................................... 16
Connecting the AC Adapter............................................................................................................................................ 16
Using Battery Power ...................................................................................................................................................... 16
INSTALLING THE BATTERIES ............................................................................ 17
Charging the Battery ...................................................................................................................................................... 17
Charging Time ................................................................................................................................................................ 18
Checking the Battery Level............................................................................................................................................. 18
Checking the Battery Pack Power Level ....................................................................................................................... 19
When to replace the Battery Pack .................................................................................................................................. 19
Removing the Batteries ................................................................................................................................................... 19
STARTING YOUR TABLET PC............................................................................ 21
Turning On Your Tablet PC ........................................................................................................................................... 21
Changing the Display Orientation ................................................................................................................................. 21
Shutting Down Your Tablet PC...................................................................................................................................... 21
USING THE STYLUS ...................................................................................... 22
Calibrate the Screen ....................................................................................................................................................... 22
USING THE QUICK MENU ............................................................................... 23
CONFIGURING THE SETUP MENU SETTINGS ........................................................ 25
Configuring Hotkey ........................................................................................................................................................ 26
Configuring Stealth Mode Button Setting ...................................................................................................................... 27
Configuring External WWAN Antenna Switching Mode .............................................................................................. 28
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Configuring Light Sensor Settings ................................................................................................................................. 29
Configuring Keypad Backlight Timeout Setting ............................................................................................................ 30
USING THE CAMERA ..................................................................................... 31
USING THE MEMORY CARDS ........................................................................... 35
Inserting a Memory Card ............................................................................................................................................... 35
Removing a Memory Card ............................................................................................................................................. 35
USING THE SMART CARD ............................................................................... 36
Inserting a Smart Card ................................................................................................................................................... 36
USING THE SIM CARD .................................................................................. 37
Inserting a SIM Card ...................................................................................................................................................... 37
USING THE PC CARDS .................................................................................. 38
Inserting a PC Card........................................................................................................................................................ 38
CONNECTING TO WIRELESS CONNECTIONS ......................... 39
CONNECTING TO A WIRELESS LOCAL AREA NETWORK ............................................. 39
CONNECTING TO A BLUETOOTH DEVICE .............................................................. 40
CONNECTING TO A WIRELESS WIDE AREA NETWORK (WWAN) ................................. 41
USING THE BIOS SETUP UTILITY .......................................... 43
BIOS SETUP MENU ..................................................................................... 43
STARTING THE BIOS SETUP UTILITY ................................................................. 43
NAVIGATING AND ENTERING INFORMATION IN BIOS............................................... 44
MAIN MENU .............................................................................................. 45
ADVANCED MENU ........................................................................................ 45
BOOT MENU .............................................................................................. 46
SECURITY MENU ......................................................................................... 46
SAVE & EXIT MENU ..................................................................................... 47
SPECIFICATIONS .................................................................. 48
Preface
Copyright
Copyright© 2013. All rights reserved.
No part of this user manual may be transmitted, stored in a retrieval system, or
translated into any language or computer language, in any form or by any
means, without the prior written permission of the manufacturer. Information is
subject to change without prior notice.
Regulatory Statement
Federal Communications Commission Statement
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class
B digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed
to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential
installation. This equipment generates, uses, and can radiate radio frequency
energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instructions, may
cause harmful interference to radio communications. However, there is no
guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation. If this
equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or television reception,
which can be determined by turning the equipment off and on, the user is
encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or more of the following
measures:
Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.
Increase the separation between the equipment and the receiver.
Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to
which the receiver is connected.
Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help.
Shielded interconnect cables and shielded AC power cable must be employed
with this equipment to insure compliance with the pertinent RF emission limits
governing this device. Changes or modifications not expressly approved by the
system's manufacturer could void the user's authority to operate the equipment.
Declaration of Conformity
This device complies with part 15 of the FCC rules. Operation is subject to the
following conditions:
This device may not cause harmful interference
This device must accept any interference received, including interference
that may cause undesired operation.
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RF exposure warning
This equipment must be installed and operated in accordance with provided
instructions and must not be co-located or operating in conjunction with any
other antenna or transmitter. End-users and installers must be provided with
antenna installation instructions and transmitter operating conditions for
satisfying RF exposure compliance.
SAR Value: 0.317W/kg
This device is operation in 5.15 – 5.25GHz frequency range, then restricted in
indoor use only, Outdoor operations in the 5150~5250MHz is prohibit.
This device is slave equipment, the device is not radar detection and not ad-hoc
operation in the DFS band.
Canada, Industry Canada (IC) Notices
This Class B digital apparatus complies with Canadian ICES-003 and RSS-210.
Operation is subject to the following two conditions: (1) this device may not
cause interference, and (2) this device must accept any interference, including
interference that may cause undesired operation of the device.
Radio Frequency (RF) Exposure Information
The radiated output power of the Wireless Device is below the Industry Canada
(IC) radio frequency exposure limits. The Wireless Device should be used in such
a manner such that the potential for human contact during normal operation is
minimized.
This device has been evaluated for and shown compliant with the IC Specific
Absorption Rate (“SAR”) limits when installed in specific host products operated
in portable exposure conditions.
Canada, avis d'Industry Canada (IC)
Cet appareil numérique de classe B est conforme aux normes canadiennes ICES003 et RSS-210.
Son fonctionnement est soumis aux deux conditions suivantes : (1) cet appareil
ne doit pas causer d'interférence et (2) cet appareil doit accepter toute
interférence, notamment les interférences qui peuvent affecter son
fonctionnement.
Informations concernant l'exposition aux fréquences radio (RF)
La puissance de sortie émise par l’appareil de sans fil est inférieure à la limite
d'exposition aux fréquences radio d'Industry Canada (IC). Utilisez l’appareil de
sans fil de façon à minimiser les contacts humains lors du fonctionnement normal.
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Ce périphérique a été évalué et démontré conforme aux limites SAR (Specific
Absorption Rate – Taux d'absorption spécifique) d'IC lorsqu'il est installé dans
des produits hôtes particuliers qui fonctionnent dans des conditions d'exposition
à des appareils portables.
Battery Disposal
THIS PRODUCT CONTAINS A LITHIUM-ION OR NICKEL-METAL HYDRIDE
BATTERY. IT MUST BE DISPOSED OF PROPERLY. CONTACT LOCAL
ENVIRONMENTAL AGENCIES FOR INFORMATION ON RECYCLING AND
DISPOSAL PLANS IN YOUR AREA.
CLASS 1 LASER PRODUCT
LASERSCHUTZKLASSE 1 PRODUKT TO EN60825
CAUTION: THIS APPLIANCE CONTAINS A LASER SYSTEM AND IS
CLASSIFIED AS A "CLASS 1 LASER PRODUCT.” TO USE THIS
MODEL PROPERLY, READ THE INSTRUCTION MANUAL
CAREFULLY AND KEEP THIS MANUAL FOR FUTURE REFERENCE.
IN CASE OF ANY TROUBLE WITH THIS MODEL, PLEASE CONTACT
YOUR NEAREST "AUTHORIZED SERVICE STATION.” TO PREVENT
DIRECT EXPOSURE TO THE LASER BEAM, DO NOT TRY TO OPEN
THIS ENCLOSURE.
ANNEX IV
Symbol for the marking of electrical and electronic equipment
The symbol indicating separate collection for electrical and electronic equipment
consists of the crossed-out wheeled bin, as shown below. The symbol must be
printed visibly, legibly and indelibly.
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CAUTION FOR ADAPTER
THIS TABLET PC IS FOR USE WITH DEDICATED AC ADAPTER.
BATTERY SAFETY
DANGER OF EXPLOSION IF BATTERY IS INCORRECTLY REPLACED.
REPLACE ONLY WITH THE SAME OR EQUIVALENT TYPE RECOMMENDED BY THE
MANUFACTURER. DISPOSE OF USED BATTERIES ACCORDING TO THE
MANUFACTURER'S INSTRUCTIONS.
CAUTION FOR RJ-45
The RJ-45 jack is not used for telephone line connection.
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Before You Start
Before You Start
Congratulations on your purchase of this tablet PC.
This rugged tablet PC is portable and provides users with maximum mobile
computing experience in a wide range of working environments. Before you
begin using your tablet PC, read this chapter to familiarize yourself with the main
components installed in the system.
Package Contents
If any of following items is damaged, please contact your retailer.
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Tablet PC
Power adapter
Stylus Pen
Hand-strap
Power cord
NOTE
The pictures are for reference only, actual items may slightly differ.
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Features
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Intel Ivy Bridge CPU
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Rugged feature: 5 feet drop and dust/waterproof IP 65
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Multi-touch
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Two battery packs support 10~12 hrs battery life and hot swapping
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Support LTE
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Optional barcode scanner (support 1D/2D barcode reading)
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Optional Finger print scanner(FIPS 201)
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Optional UHF RFID reader support ISO 18000-6C
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Components
Front View
No.
Item
Description
1
Status Indicators
(Power, Battery,
HDD, Wireless)
Indicate the corresponding function status.
See “Status Indicators” on page 15.
2
Camera
Use to take pictures.
3
Speaker
Emit sound.
4
Fingerprint Scanner
Scan your fingerprint to prevent access to your
tablet PC by unauthorized users.
5
Scanner button
Press to trigger the Barcode scan function if the
barcode scanner is on. It can also be assigned to
launch a specific Windows-based program via
Quick Menu.
6
Camera button
Press to activate the Camera function.
7
Power button
Press to power on and off the tablet PC.
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Stealth mode button
Press to disable all emitting lights and sound. And,
press again for resuming the above devices to the
last states.
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No.
Item
Description
Security button
Press to exit Windows and enter SAS (Secure
Attention Sequence) mode.
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Quick menu
Press to access the Quick menu.
11
Tab button
Press to emulate the Tab key.
12
Backspace button
Press to emulate the Backspace key.
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Function button
When Function Button is locked, use the other
keys to perform special functions.
• <
> + < >: Increase screen brightness.
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<
> + < >: Decrease screen brightness.
<
> + < >: Increase audio volume.
<
> + < >: Decrease audio volume.
<
>+<
>: Emulate the Escape key.
> + <TAB>: Access your favorite
<
program (Program1).
<
>+<
>: Access your favorite
program (Program2).
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Enter button
Press to emulate the Enter key.
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Up button
Press to emulate the Up key.
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Left button
Press to emulate the Left key.
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Right button
Press to emulate the Right key.
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Down button
Press to emulate the Down key.
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Home button
Press to return to Home screen (for Windows 8
only).
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Back View
No.
Item
Description
1
Camera LED flash
Provide additional lighting when taking pictures
under low light environment.
2
Camera
Use to take pictures.
3
Battery latch
Lock the battery in place.
4
Battery compartment
Contain the battery.
5
Battery LED indicator
Press the button to display the remaining battery
power level.
6
Battery latch release
button
Press and hold the button to slide the battery latch
to the unlock position.
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HDD compartment
Contain the hard disk drive.
If you are using mSATA SSD, you can insert the
second battery to this compartment.
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Left View
No.
Item
Description
1
Kensington lock slot
Connect to a Kensington-compatible tablet PC
security lock.
2
Mini USB port
Connect USB peripheral devices.
3
Serial port (RS-232)
Connect a peripheral device, such as a printer or
other device with serial port.
4
LAN (RJ-45) port
Connect to a local area network (LAN) using an
Ethernet cable.
5
DC-in jack
Connect the power adapter.
Right View
No.
Item
Description
1
Earphone jack
Connect headphones.
2
USB ports
Connect USB peripheral devices.
3
PC Card slot
Use to insert Type II PC Card
4
SIM card slot
Use to insert a SIM card for WWAN, Gobi 3000, or
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No.
Item
Description
LTE module connection.
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Card reader
Use to insert memory cards to transfer pictures,
music, and data between your tablet PC and flash
compatible devices. The card reader supports SD
(Secure Digital), SDHC, Mini-SD (with adapter).
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Smart card reader
Use to insert smart cards.
Bottom View
No.
Item
Description
1
External GPS
Antenna connector
Connect the tablet PC to an external GPS antenna
when using a docking station.
2
External WWAN
Antenna connector
Connect the tablet PC to an external WWAN
antenna when using a docking station.
3
Docking station port
Connect the tablet PC to a docking station.
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Status Indicators
The status indicators in the upper left corner of the tablet PC light up when a
particular function of the tablet PC is active. Each indicator is marked with a
symbol.
Icon
Item
Description
Power
The LED always lights on (blue) when the system is
running. When the system is in sleep mode, the LED
blinks.
Battery
Indicate the battery status:
• Green light means the battery is fully charged or the
charging current is 0 for more than 3 minutes with the
battery capacity higher than 95%.
• Blinking green light means the system is calibrating the
battery.
• Orange light means the battery is being charged.
• Blinking orange light means the battery is being
charged but the battery temperature is out of charging
range (0~60ºC), the battery is being charged for more
than 10 hours, or the charging current is 0 for more
than 3 minutes with the battery capacity lower than
85%.
• Blinking red light means the battery power is low (less
than 7%).
HDD
Indicate the HDD or HDD heater status:
• Green light indicates the HDD activity (data is being
read or written).
• Blinking orange light means the heater of 2.5” HDD is
heating.
RF
Indicate the status of RF (WLAN, WWAN, Bluetooth, or
GPS) communication. The LED always lights on (blue)
when the function is enabled.
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Getting Started
Getting Started
This chapter will guide you on how to use your tablet PC.
Powering Up Your Tablet PC
Your tablet PC can be powered up using the AC adapter or the Lithium-ion
battery.
Connecting the AC Adapter
The AC adapter powers up your tablet PC and charges the battery.
1. Connect the AC adapter to the DC-in jack of your tablet PC.
2. Connect the AC adapter to the power cord.
3. Plug the power cord to an electrical outlet.
Using Battery Power
1. Install a charged battery in the battery compartment.
2. Remove the AC adapter (if plugged). Your tablet PC will automatically use
the battery power.
NOTE
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If your tablet PC is connected to an electrical outlet and the battery is
installed, your tablet PC uses power from the electrical outlet.
Installing the Batteries
To install the batteries, follow the steps below:
1. Align and insert the first battery to the battery
compartment.
2. Push completely until the battery locks into
place.
3. Slide the battery latch to the lock position to
secure the battery.
4. Repeat Step 1 to 3 to insert the second battery.
Charging the Battery
The Lithium-ion battery is not fully-charged upon purchase.
To charge the battery, follow the steps below:
1. Install the battery to your tablet PC. See procedures above.
2. Connect the AC adapter to the DC-in jack of your tablet PC.
3. Connect the AC adapter to the power cord.
4. Plug the power cord to an electrical outlet.
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Charging Time
Number of
battery pack
Charging duration
(at 25ºC)
1
2
3 hours
6 hours
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NOTE
The charging time may be longer if you are using your tablet PC while
charging the battery.
CAUTION
• DO NOT charge the battery if the temperature is below 0ºC or higher than
60ºC.
• Use only the supplied AC adapter. Using other AC adapters may damage the
battery or your tablet PC.
Checking the Battery Level
It is important that you monitor the battery status regularly to ensure you do not
run out of power at a critical moment.
To check the remaining battery power, double tap the battery icon in the system
tray.
The battery screen appears:
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Checking the Battery Pack Power Level
You can check the battery level by pressing the Battery Check button.
The remaining battery power is indicated by the four Green LEDs.
Green LED status
1st LED lights up
1st and 2nd LED light up
1st, 2nd, and 3rd LED light up
All four LEDs light up
Battery Capacity Status
0% ≦ 25%
25% ≦50%
50% ≦75%
75% ≦100%
When to replace the Battery Pack
The battery performance gradually decreases over time and usage. We
recommend you to replace your battery pack after 18 to 24 months of usage.
Removing the Batteries
To remove the batteries, follow the steps below:
1. Press and hold the battery latch release button
to slide the second battery latch to the unlock
position.
2. Remove the second battery out of the battery
compartment.
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3. Repeat Step 1 and 2 to remove another battery.
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Starting Your Tablet PC
Turning On Your Tablet PC
Press the
button until the Power LED lights up.
Changing the Display Orientation
You can rotate the display orientation to suit your preference.
Press both <
> and <7> buttons to rotate the display 90° clockwise.
NOTE
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You need to disable the Auto Rotate option in the Quick menu before pressing
the shortcut buttons (< > + <7>) to rotate the display.
The screen can’t be turned 180 and 270 degree clockwise to operate.
Shutting Down Your Tablet PC
It is important to properly shut down your tablet PC to avoid the loss of unsaved
data. To shut down your tablet PC, do the following:
Tap Start > Shut down.
Wait for your tablet PC to turn off power completely
before removing the power source (if necessary).
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Using the Stylus
This tablet PC comes with an integrated stylus for accurate control input to the
LCD touch panel and digitizer. You can use the stylus to point, select, or drag
items or objects on the screen.
Calibrate the Screen
To ensure touch accuracy, calibrate the screen.
1. Tap Start > Control Panel.
2. Select Hardware and Sound > Tablet PC Settings.
3. Tap Calibrate.
4. Follow the on-screen instructions to
complete screen calibration.
NOTE
If the optional digitizer is enabled, use a pencil to do the touch panel
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calibration instead of using the digitizer pen.
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Using the Quick Menu
There are two ways to enter the Quick menu:
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Tap
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Tap the arrow on the system tray to display hidden icons.
Then tap the Quick Menu icon (
).
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2
3
4
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10
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9
No.
Item
Description
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WLAN
Tap the icon to enable/disable the Wi-Fi (WLAN) function.
2
WWAN
Tap the icon to enable/disable the WWAN function.
3
Bluetooth
Tap the icon to enable/disable the Bluetooth function.
4
GPS
Tap the icon to enable/disable the GPS function.
5
Auto-rotate
Tap the icon to enable/disable the Auto-Rotate screen
function.
6
Keypad
Backlight
Tap the icon to turn the keypad backlight on/off.
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No.
Item
Description
7
Setup
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Information Tap the icon to view the battery charge cycle, Bios version,
EC version, and Quick Menu version.
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Keyboard
Tap the icon to display/hide the on-screen keyboard.
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Mobility
center
Tap the icon to adjust brightness, screen orientation, volume,
external display, battery status, sync, wireless network, and
presentation settings.
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Barcode
Tap the icon to trigger the Barcode Scanner function.
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RFID
Tap the icon to trigger the RFID function.
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Tap the respective tab to
set hotkey, light sensor,
keypad backlight, stealth
mode button, and external
WWAN antenna settings.
For details, refer to
“Configuring the SETUP
Menu Settings”.
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No.
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Item
Airplane
mode
Description
Tap the icon to enable/disable airplane mode.
•
NOTE
When the Airplane mode is enabled, the wireless network
(WLAN and WWAN), Bluetooth, and GPS will be
automatically disabled.
NOTE
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If the icon is gray (i.e.
), this indicates the current function is disabled.
Configuring the SETUP Menu
Settings
In Quick Menu, you can set the following settings via Setup menu:
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c
a
d
e
a.
b.
c.
d.
e.
Hotkey
Stealth mode button
External WWAN antenna
Keypad backlight
Light sensor
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Configuring Hotkey
Tap the Hotkey tab to configure the scanner button or the P1 and P2 function
buttons.
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If the device is not installed with a barcode scanner, the Scanner button (see
page 10) can be set as a programmable button.
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To assign an application to the P1 or P2 button, do the following:
I. Tap the folder icon (
) to set up an application for the P1 or P2 button.
II. Select the desired application and tap Open.
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Configuring Stealth Mode Button Setting
Tap the Stealth Mode Button tab to specify the Stealth mode button (see page
10) function.
There are three available functions:
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Stealth mode: Turn off the LCD backlight, LEDs (LED indicators and keypad
backlight), speakers, camera flash, and RF devices except GPS.
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Night vision mode: Adjust the brightness of the LCD under 1.7 nits and
turn off the LEDs (LED indicators and keypad backlight) and camera flash.
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Off: Disable the stealth mode function.
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Configuring External WWAN Antenna Switching Mode
Tap the External WWAN Antenna tab to enable/disable the device to
automatically switch to the external WWAN antenna when it is affixed on a
docking station.
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Dock with external WWAN antenna: The device automatically switches to
the external WWAN antenna when docking.
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Dock without external WWAN antenna: The device will disable the auto
switch function to the external WWAN antenna when docking.
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Configuring Light Sensor Settings
Tap the Light Sensor tab to enable/disable the automatic light sensor function,
specify and adjust the brightness level.
Current ambient
brightness reading
Current preset
brightness level
Tap to restore the
default settings.
Set the range of illumination settings.
To setup the light sensor settings, do the following:
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To customize the illumination range according to the ambient lighting, enter
the desired value in the first and second data box.
As an example in the above illustration:
- Outdoor (5000 ~ 500 lux)
- Indoor (500 ~ 50 lux)
- Low Light (50 ~ 0 lux).
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To adjust the brightness level according to the ambient light, tap
or
to
adjust the setting (0~10).
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To save all preset settings, tap Apply.
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To enable the automatic light sensor
function, tap the Enable Auto Light
Sensor checkbox.
The system will automatically adjust the
LCD brightness according to the preset
settings.
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Configuring Keypad Backlight Timeout Setting
Tap the Keypad Backlight tab to adjust delay before the Keypad Backlight
automatically goes off.
Tap the desired length of time. Your setting is automatically saved.
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Using the Camera
This tablet PC supports Durabook Camera Scan application that enables users
to take photos using the device camera.
Launch the application
There are two ways to launch the application:
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Double-click “DuraBook Camera Scan”
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Tap Start > All Programs > DuraBook.
on desktop.
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Take Photos
Press the Record button
to capture the pictures.
View Photos
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Press the Forward or Backward button “
/
” to view the recorded photos.
•
Press the Play button “
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In Playback mode, press the Preview button “
” to switch to Playback mode.
” to switch back to Camera
mode.
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Delete Photos
1.
Press the Play button “
” to switch to Playback Mode.
2.
Use the Forward or Backward button “
/
” to select the photo that you
want to delete.
3.
Press the Delete button “
” and then choose Yes to delete the current
photo.
Record GPS Coordinates (Geotagging)
is the GPS signal status located on the top right corner of the main
program. GPS device must be implemented in the system for locating the
positions and recording the coordinates when capturing photos. If GPS
coordinates are not able to be received, the last coordinates would be used
instead.
GPS status indicator
GPS device is working properly
GPS device is not available
GPS signals are unstable
If the user decided to use the external USB GPS device, do the following:
1.
Press the Setup button “
2.
Tap
” to enter the Setup menu.
> Auto Scan Comport.
The detected Port Number is displayed on the screen.
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How to Make Adjustments on Features:
Press the Setup button “ ” to enter the Setup menu.
Camera Selection:
There are three cameras that you can select:
•
“
” – the camera is available and ready to use.
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“
” - the camera is not available.
Press the Leave button “
.
” after you have chosen the desired camera.
Resolution:
There are four resolution options that you can select:
.
If the Camera does not support these four resolutions, a “Change Resolution
Error” message will appear on the screen. Press the Leave button “
” to exit.
(Native: maximum resolution)
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Preview Size:
There are two preview size options that you can select:
Press the Leave button “
.
” after you have chosen the desired preview size.
Geotagging:
Tap ON to enable the Geotagging feature.
Press the Leave button “
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•
” to exit.
NOTE
The Geotagging feature will only be activated if the tablet PC is equipped with
the GPS module.
The camera logs the GPS position accurately if photos are taken outdoor.
Flash:
When capturing photos under the low light environment, tap ON to turn on the
LED Flash.
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NOTE
The effective flash range is 50cm.
Idle Timing:
There are five Idle Timing options that you can select:
.
Press the Leave button “
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”after you have chosen the desired time.
NOTE
When the system is left idle for a certain period of time, the camera
module(s) would then stop running. It would be up and running again once
user wakes up the “DuraBook” application.
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Using the Memory Cards
Your tablet PC supports different types of memory cards to provide faster data
transfer. Supported types are as follows:
• SD card
• SDHC card
• Mini-SD card (with adapter)
Inserting a Memory Card
1. Push down and pull to open the I/O port cover.
2. With the label side down, push the memory card into the memory card slot
until it clicks into place.
Removing a Memory Card
It is important to remove the memory card properly. Improper removal may
cause the data in the memory card to be corrupted and your tablet PC to
malfunction.
To properly remove the memory card, follow the steps below:
1. Tap the removable disk icon on the system
tray.
2. Tap Eject SD Card.
The system confirms that the device can be
safely removed.
3. Push the memory card to eject it.
4. Pull the card out from the slot.
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Getting Started
Using the Smart Card
Your tablet PC is equipped with a built-in smart card reader that allows you to
make secure purchases, store security information, and provide identification and
information using a smart card.
Inserting a Smart Card
1. Push down and pull to open the I/O port cover.
2. Insert a smart card into the smart card slot.
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Getting Started
Using the SIM Card
You can use a SIM card for wireless internet access.
•
NOTE
Check the availability of service and plan rates of data connection with your
network service provider.
Inserting a SIM Card
1. Push down and pull to open the I/O port cover.
2. Insert a valid SIM card into the SIM card slot until it clicks into place.
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Getting Started
Using the PC Cards
Your tablet PC supports Type II PC Card, which can perform a variety of functions.
•
NOTE
Refer to the PC Card manual for specific instructions on the card installation.
Inserting a PC Card
1. Push down and pull to open the I/O port cover.
2. Insert a PC card firmly into the PC card slot until it clicks into the connector.
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Connecting to Wireless Connections
Connecting to Wireless
Connections
You can connect your tablet PC to a wireless local area network, WWAN,
Bluetooth, or GPS.
Before using a wireless built-in device, you need to turn the respective built-in
wireless functions on.
Connecting to a Wireless Local Area
Network
Your tablet PC comes with a WLAN module. A wireless network can be added
either when the network is detected or by manually entering the settings
information.
To connect, follow the steps below:
1. Press the
button to open the Quick menu.
2. Tap the WLAN icon ( ) to turn on the wireless
network function.
3. Tap the wireless network icon (
) on the
system tray.
4. Available wireless network connections are
displayed. Tap the desired wireless network.
5. Tap Connect.
Some networks require a network security key or
a password.
TIP
Check Connect automatically box to
automatically connect to this network when it is
available.
6. Enter the network security key.
7. Tap OK.
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Connecting to Wireless Connections
8. After the connection is established, you can see the wireless icon (
Notification area.
•
•
) in the
NOTE
Wi-Fi access requires service from a wireless service provider. Contact your
service provider for more information.
Actual wireless connectivity will depend on system configuration. Please
contact your dealer for more information.
Connecting to a Bluetooth Device
Your tablet PC can connect and communicate with other Bluetooth-enabled
devices.
To add a device, follow the steps below:
1. Press the
button to open the Quick
menu.
2. Tap the Bluetooth icon ( ) to turn on the
Bluetooth function.
3. Tap the arrow on the system tray to display hidden
icons.
4. Tap the Bluetooth icon ( ).
5. Tap Add a Device. The system starts scanning for
Bluetooth devices and displays the available devices.
NOTE
• If the device that you want to add does not appear on the screen, please
check if the device is turned on and discoverable.
6. Tap on a device, then tap Next to continue.
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Connecting to Wireless Connections
7. Tap Close to complete the pairing connection.
•
•
NOTE
Most Bluetooth-enabled devices need to be paired with your tablet PC. The
PIN you enter on the tablet PC must be the same PIN to be entered on the
other Bluetooth device.
Once a partnership has been created, connecting to that device again will no
longer require entering the PIN.
Connecting to a Wireless Wide Area
Network (WWAN)
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Connecting to Wireless Connections
With WWAN function, it allows your tablet PC to connect to the Internet using
mobile or cellular data networks.
To enable the function, follow the steps below:
1. Insert a valid SIM card into the SIM card
slot. See “Inserting a SIM Card” on page
37.
2. Press the
button to open the Quick
menu.
3. Tap the WWAN icon (
WWAN function.
) to turn on the
4. Launch AirCard Watcher application.
•
On Windows desktop, tap “AirCard
Watcher” (
).
•
Tap Start > AirCard Watcher.
5. Tap Connect to enable the Internet
connection via mobile data network.
6. To disconnect the connection, tap
Disconnect.
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Using the BIOS Setup Utility
Using the BIOS Setup
Utility
Your tablet PC has a BIOS setup utility which allows you to configure important
system settings, including settings for various optional functions of the tablet PC.
This chapter explains how to use the BIOS setup utility.
BIOS Setup Menu
The BIOS Setup Utility allows you to configure your tablet PC basic settings.
When you turn your tablet PC on, the system reads this information to initialize
the hardware so that it can operate correctly. Use the BIOS setup utility to
change your tablet PC start-up configuration. For example, you can change the
security and power management routines of your system.
Starting the BIOS Setup Utility
You can only enter the BIOS setup utility as the tablet PC is booting, that is
between the time you turn on the tablet PC and before the Windows interface
appears.
If your tablet PC is already on, shut down your tablet PC completely (power off)
and restart it and then press the
button to enter the setup utility.
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Using the BIOS Setup Utility
Navigating and Entering
Information in BIOS
Use the following keys to move between fields and to enter information:
Tablet
Keypad
/
External
Keyboard
/
<
Description
Selects screen.
Moves up/down to select items.
Enter
Confirms the selection and enters the selected menu
screen.
/
+/-
Changes an option for the selected items.
-
F1
F2
F3
F4
> + <9>
Esc
Displays the Help screen.
Invokes the previous values.
Loads optimized default values.
Saves the changes and exits Setup.
Exits any section. If you wish to exit the BIOS utility
without saving changes or go to the main menu,
then press this key.
Users are allowed to enter new values to replace the default settings in certain
fields, and the rest of the fields are specified by system default parameters and
cannot be modified by users. Reverse the attribute of the main options and
press the
button to enter into the submenu. Press both <
buttons to return to the previous configuration page.
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> + <9>
Using the BIOS Setup Utility
Main Menu
The Main menu displays the system overview information about BIOS version,
CPU features, and total memory size. You can also set the system date and time.
Advanced Menu
The Advanced menu allows you to select SATA mode, set the keypad backlight
timer, BIOS hotkey press, calibrate fan and battery, and configure devices,
power management, Intel Rapid Start Technology, and Trusted Computing
settings.
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Using the BIOS Setup Utility
Boot Menu
The Boot menu allows you to configure the boot type and boot sequence.
Security Menu
The Security menu allows you to set or change the Administrator and User
passwords, and configure Secure Boot settings.
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Using the BIOS Setup Utility
Save & Exit Menu
The Save & Exit menu allows you to save or discard the changes, or restore the
default values for all setup options before leaving the BIOS Setup Menu.
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Specifications
Specifications
Features
Processor
Specifications
Type & Speed
i3-3217UE 1.6 GHz with 3MB L3 Cache
i7-3517UE 1.7 GHz with 4MB L3 Cache
i5-3427U 1.8 GHz with 3MB L3 Cache
QM77
Chipset
System
Memory
Type
Maximum Memory
Two 204-pin SODIMM sockets each for
DDRIII1600 2GB, 4GB, 8GB
Screen Auto-rotation
16GB
Standard:
:
10.4” XGA (1024x768) LCD with resistive
multi-touch panel
Sunlight readable:
10.4” XGA (1024x768) High brightness
LCD with sunlight readable resistive multitouch panel
Support screen auto-rotation
Light Sensor
Built-in ambient light sensor
Digitizer
Optional 10.4” Digitizer with active stylus
Display
Display
Auto switch between digitizer and touch input
Storage
SSD
Expansion Slot
Camera
I/O Devices
Barcode scanner
RFID
Finger Print Scanner
Communications
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mSATA SSD 64/128 GB
Optional 2.5” 9.5mm SATA HDD
320/500/750GB
PCMCIA
Optional Smart card reader
SD card slot (SDHC)
Front facing 1.3M pixel camera
Optional rear facing 5M pixel auto-focus
camera
Optional Barcode scanner, support 1D, 1D/2D
barcode
Optional UHF RFID reader support ISO 180006C
Optional Finger print scanner which pass FIPS 201
Internal 10/100/1000M bit Ethernet LAN
Intel WiFi 6235 module that supports
802.11a/b/g/n and Bluetooth
Specifications
Features
Specifications
I/O Ports
Audio
AC/DC Adapter
Power
Battery Life
Second Battery
Environment
Operating
Temperature
Storage
Temperature
Operating
Humidity
Drop
Dust Proof/Water
Sealing
Vibration
Optional WWAN (Gobi 3000 or LTE module )
Optional GPS
Left Side I/O: RS-232x1(Support 5
Voltage), RJ 45x1,mini USBx1, DC-inx1
Right Side I/O: USB 3.0x2, Audio out (For
headphone)x1
Optional RF connectors for external WWAN
and GPS antennas
HD Audio
One speaker
Analog Mic. Array (With 2 Microphones)
AC power input:100V-240V,50Hz-60Hz,
65W ;output:19V
Compliant with Energy Star 5.2
One 6 cells battery pack (5200mAh, 57.72 W)
is 5~6 hrs.
Support optional second Battery
2nd battery is available if main-storage is
mSATA SSD
-20℃~ 60℃
-51~71℃
5% ~ 95%
26 drops with 5 feet high to 2” plywood over
concrete, unit on with SSD
IP65
Mil Std 810G 514.6 Procedure I category 24
Figure 514.6E-1 (Transportation) General
Minimal Integrity, unit on with SSD
Salt fog
Mil Std 810G 509.5
Operating System
Windows 7 32 bit , 64 bit version
Window 8
Security
TPM 1.2
Kensington Lock slot
Intel AT or Computrace
Dimensions
285.6(W)X221.5(H)X41.5(D)mm/11.2(W)x8.7(
H)x1.6 inch
Weight
Weight: 2.3 Kg/5 Pound
Specifications are subject to change without prior notice.
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