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PA500II Enterprise Mobile Computer
- PA500II -
Quick Reference Guide
400891G Version 1.0
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PA500II Product Introduction & Accessory Kit
After opening the box, ensure the following accessories for the PA500II are
present:
PA500II Terminal
Power Adapter*
Battery Pack
Stylus with bungee
lanyard
USB charging cable
USB docking station
(optional)
QRG/UM CD-ROM
* The adapter’s replaceable clip plugs is available, depending on the region.
If anything is missing or appears damaged, contact your dealer.
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PA500II Front View
1 Barcode laser scanner (optional)
2 Status indicator
3 SDIO/MMC slot
4 Power button
5 LCD touch screen
6 Keypad
7 (Reserved)
8 Left scanner trigger key
9 Cord holder
PA500II Rear View
12
13
14
10
16
11
15
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10 Speaker
11 Battery release latch
12 Reset button
13 Main battery
14 Universal connector
15 Right scanner trigger key
16 Stylus
Installing the Battery
WARNING! There is a risk of fire and burns if the battery pack is handled
improperly. DO NOT disassemble, crush, puncture, short external
contacts, or dispose the battery pack in fire or water. DO NOT
attempt to open or service the battery pack. Dispose of used
batteries according to the local recycling guidelines in your area.
A backup battery cell is embedded into your device to prevent data loss when
the removable battery pack is removed or completely discharged. The backup
battery will keep the data and system settings up to 1 hour if the main battery is
removed.
NOTE: To enable the internal battery cell to provide backup power supply,
charge your device with the main battery pack for at least three and a
half hours.
1. Position the battery pack, making sure the battery pack fits the shape of
the battery compartment.
2. Slide the battery pack into the battery bay. The battery pack locks to the
chassis with an audible click.
3.
4.
If you remove the main battery and plug it back before the backup battery
lost power, PA500II will be warm start.
If you remove the main battery and plug it back after the backup battery
lost power, PA500II will be clean booted.
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Charging the Battery
For initial use, you need to charge your device for about 16 hours. After that,
you can charge it everyday to recharge the battery to full capacity. You can
charge your device using the USB charging cable or the docking station.
CAUTION! Operating the PA500II for the first time without the AC adapter, and
without fully charging the backup battery may result in loss of data
stored in RAM memory.
NOTE: Data you entered may not be properly stored until the internal backup
battery has been fully charged.
To charge the device using the USB charging cable:
1. Attach the clip plug to the AC adapter, if necessary. Slide the replaceable
clip plug into the AC adapter until it locks into place with an audible click.
2. Press and hold the connector button on the USB charging cable and
connect it to the PA500II (1).
3. Plug the AC adapter cable into the power jack on the USB charging cable
(2).
4. Connect the AC adapter into an electrical outlet (3).
To charge the device using the docking station:
1. Plug the AC adapter cable into the power jack on the docking station.
2. Plug the AC adapter into an electrical
3.
outlet.
Slide the device into the docking station
until it clicks into place.
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The connection is secure when the bottom edge of the device is aligned
smoothly with the docking station, and the LED indicator on the docking station
and device lights up red.
LED status during charging:
– Solid red: Charging
– Solid green: Charging complete
If the battery level becomes low, a status icon appears on the device screen
indicating low
or very low battery
status. In both cases, perform an
ActiveSync operation to back up your data, and then recharge your device as
soon as possible. If the battery level reaches a low status, the device will enter
a sleep mode and cannot be powered up until the battery is charged. Windows
Mobile 5.0 devices will retain installed applications and data when the main
battery is completely drained for extended periods of time.
Turning ON the PA500II for the First Time
After you have initially charged your device for about 16 hours, the device is
ready to be used. You can now start up your device where you can calibrate
the screen, set up the system time zone, and learn some basic stylus usage.
1.
Turn on your device by pressing the Power button
on the front panel.
NOTE: The PA500II screen ships with a protective plastic film. You may
remove it by peeling from one corner. The screen will be more
susceptible to scratching without the film, but will be more readable.
The unitech PA500II welcome screen appears. The Windows Mobile
screen will appear shortly.
2. Calibrate the PA500II
The calibrate screen will automatically appear when the unit is
powered-on for the first time or after the system is reset. This screen can
also be accessed at any time by tapping Start → Settings → System tab
→ Screen.
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The PA500II will prompt you to calibrate the unit by tapping a sequence of
screen locations. Tap gently but firmly. When you have completed the
3.
4.
series of taps, press the Enter button to confirm it.
Set the Time Zone, Date, and Time
Select your current time zone from the Time zone drop-down menu, and
then tap Next.
Follow all onscreen instructions to complete the set up. The setup wizard
provides tips for using the pop-up menus and assign a lock password to
access your device.
After the device setup, you can create an ActiveSync partnership to
synchronize information between your computer and your device. See
Establishing Device-PC Connection in chapter 3 of user manual for
detailed instructions.
Using the SDIO/MMC Slot
Your device has an expansion slot compatible with a range of SD, SDIO, and
MMC storage cards, which are primarily used to back up or transfer files and
data.
To insert a storage card:
1. Hold the device securely, and then lift the rubber cover from the
SDIO/MMC slot
2.
Push the card into the slot until you feel the SD card click into place, and
this will signal that the card is already properly seated in the slot.
The card is secure when it is not protruding from the slot.
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To remove a storage card:
1. Hold the device securely. Push the card in and release. The card pops
out.
2. Remove the card from the slot.
Keypads
The PA500II keypad has a navigation key and six special keys to launch
particular applications and display the on-screen keyboard.
5
2
7
No.
1
6
3
8
4
Button Name
Description
1
ESC
Press the ESC button to exit from the section you entered.
2
P1
Press P1 to enable Task Manager.
3
P2
Press P2 to enable scanner.
4
P3
Press P3 to enable Battery.
5
P4
Press P4 to enable Device Setting.
6
Enter
7
Navigation key
8
OK
Press the Enter button to access the menu options and confirm
your selection.
Use the up, down, left, and right arrow keys to navigate through
the menu options.
Press the OK button to access the menu options and confirm
your selection.
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