DA5 M-User-Guide-(WinMob-6)

DA5 M-User-Guide-(WinMob-6)
American Reliance, Inc.
5” HANDHELD PDA
DA05 Windows Mobile®6
USER’S GUIDE
Copyright © 2009 American Relaince, Inc. All rights reserved.
No part of this publication may be processed; such as reproduced, transmitted,
transcribed, stored in a retrieval system, translated into any computer language in any
form, or by any means of electronic, mechanical, magnetic, optical, chemical, or
others without the prior written permission of the manufacturer.
The manufacturer reserves the right to revise this publication and to make changes to
the contents hereof without obligation to notify any person of such revision or
changes.
The manufacturer makes no representations or warranties, either expressed or
implied, about the contents and specifically disclaims any warranties as to
merchantability or fitness for any particular purpose. Any of the software described
in this manual is sold or licensed "as is". Should the programs prove defective
following purchase, the buyer (and not the manufacturer, its distributor, or its dealer)
assumes the entire cost of all necessary servicing, repair and any incidental or
consequential damages resulting from any software defects.
Trademark Acknowledgments
Microsoft, Windows CE, Pocket PC, and Windows Mobile are registered trademarks
of Microsoft Corp.
All product and company names are trademarks or registered trademarks of their
respective holders.
EMC and Safety Notice
Federal Communications
Interference Statement
Commission
Radio
Frequency
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 radiates radio frequency energy and if not
installed and used in accordance with the instructions, may cause 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:
- Re-orient or relocate the receiving antenna.
- Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver.
- Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the
receiver is connected.
- Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help.
This Transmitter must not be co-located or operating in conjunction with any other
antenna or transmitter.
Any changes or modifications (including the antennas) made to this device that are
not expressly approved by the manufacturer may void the user’s authority to operate
the equipment.
This equipment complies with FCC RF radiation exposure limits set forth for an
uncontrolled environment. To maintain compliance with FCC RF exposure
compliance requirements, avoid direct contact to the transmitting antenna during
transmitting.
Countermeasures if interference occurs
You are encouraged to do the following if interference occurs while you are
operating the device:
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Turn OFF the unit and unplug the AC adapter from the outlet to see if the
interference disappears.
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Connect the AC adapter to the outlet in another room and check if the
interference still exists.
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Use an outlet that is far away from the interfered appliance.
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Re-orient your computer in respect to the interfered appliance to see if there is
improvement.
If all of these failed, please call your dealer for help.
CE
This equipment complies with the requirements set out in the Council Direction on
the Approximation of the laws of the Member States relating to Electromagnetic
Compatibility (89/336/EEC). For the evaluation regarding the electromagnetic
compatibility, the following standards were applied:
EN55022 +A2:2003 Class B EMI Conduction and Radiation
EN61000-3-2 Harmonics
EN61000-3-3 +A1:2001 Flicker (Voltage fluctuation)
EN55024 EMS
EN61000-4-2 +A2:2001 ESD
EN61000-4-3 +A1:2002 RS
EN61000-4-4 +A2:2001 EFT
EN61000-4-5 +A1:2001 Surge
EN61000-4-6 +A1:2001 CS
EN61000-4-8 Power-Frequency Magnetic Field
EN61000-4-11 +A1:2001 Voltage Dips and Voltage Interruptions
LVD EN60950-1:2001
ETSI EN301 489-01 V1.4.1 EMC Standards for Radio Equipment
ETSI EN 301 489-17 1.2.1 EMC Standards for 2.4GHz Wideband Transmission
Systems)
ETSI EN 300 328-2 V1.2.1 EMC Standards for Using Spread Spectrum Modulation
Techniques
UL, TÜV
AC Adapter (EN60950 LVD is included in TÜV)
Environmental Information, Material Safety and Recycling
Caution: Risk of explosion if battery is replaced by an incorrect type. Dispose of
used batteries according to the instructions.
All materials used in the construction of this equipment are recyclable or
environmentally friendly.
Please recycle the packing materials, and at the end of the product's life, all other
materials by local regulations.
Please refer “Material and Recycling” for the contents of the materials.
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The equipment may still contain tiny amount of hazardous substances for health
and environment, though those are below control level.
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To avoid spreading such substances into the eco system, and to minimize the
pressure on the natural, you are encouraged to use the appropriate take-back.
Those will reuse or recycle most of the materials in a sound way after end life.
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The crossed bin symbol indicates proper disposal is required.
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For more information on collection, reuse and recycling, please consult local or
regional waste administration.
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You can also contact the dealer for more information on the environmental details
of the equipment.
CONTENTS
GETTING STARTED............................................................................................... 1
UNPACKING.............................................................................................................. 1
QUICK CHECK .......................................................................................................... 2
CONTROLS, INDICATORS, AND PORTS ...................................................................... 3
OPERATING ENVIRONMENT AND RUGGEDNESS ........................................................ 9
COMPONENTS AND FUNCTIONS .................................................................... 11
AC ADAPTER .......................................................................................................... 11
BATTERY ............................................................................................................... 11
CHARGE BATTERY ................................................................................................. 12
SWAP BATTERY ..................................................................................................... 13
FIX THE STYLUS WITH TETHER................................................................................ 14
CRADLE (OPTION) .................................................................................................. 15
PCMCIA SLOT ...................................................................................................... 18
SD SLOT ................................................................................................................ 18
BASIC OPERATION ............................................................................................. 19
GET HELP............................................................................................................... 19
CALIBRATE TOUCH SCREEN.................................................................................... 19
ADJUST VOLUME .................................................................................................... 19
SET BUTTON FUNCTIONS ........................................................................................ 19
TODAY SCREEN ...................................................................................................... 20
SEARCH A FILE........................................................................................................ 20
MANAGE CERTIFICATES .......................................................................................... 21
INPUT ...................................................................................................................... 21
MENUS.................................................................................................................... 21
OWNER INFORMATION ............................................................................................ 22
PASSWORD .............................................................................................................. 22
SOUNDS & NOTIFICATIONS ..................................................................................... 22
CLOCK & ALARMS .................................................................................................. 23
MEMORY ................................................................................................................ 23
POWER .................................................................................................................... 24
REMOVE PROGRAMS ............................................................................................... 24
GSM/GPRS/HSDPA (OPTION) .............................................................................. 35
BLUETOOTH (OPTION) ............................................................................................ 41
GPS/GPS EXTERNAL ANTENNA (OPTION) .............................................................. 63
SPECIFICATIONS .................................................................................................. 65
CPU........................................................................................................................ 65
MEMORY ............................................................................................................... 65
DISPLAY ................................................................................................................. 65
TOUCH SCREEN...................................................................................................... 66
I/O PORTS............................................................................................................... 66
SYSTEM UNIT DIMENSIONS AND WEIGHT .............................................................. 67
AC ADAPTER ......................................................................................................... 67
BATTERY ............................................................................................................... 68
MATERIALS AND RECYCLING ................................................................................. 69
MAINTENANCE / SERVICE................................................................................ 70
CLEANING .............................................................................................................. 70
TROUBLESHOOTING ............................................................................................... 70
RMA SERVICE ....................................................................................................... 71
GETTING STARTED
Unpacking
The following components come with your handheld computer. If anything is
missing or damaged, please notify the dealer immediately.
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Handheld computer unit
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AC adapter
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AC power cord
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User's guide
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Companion CD
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Data sync cable (USB)
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Spare stylus (with tether)
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Quick Check
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Attach the AC adapter to AC outlet. LED on adapter indicates the power is ready.
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Insert the battery and then plug in the adapter to handheld computer. Charge LED
will light up till the battery is full charged. Charge time is approximately 4 hours.
It’s recommended that battery is fully charged before setting up.
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Press the power button momentarily to turn ON (the most upper-right button is
power button).
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Tap Start  Programs to try some programs.
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Press power button momentarily to turn OFF.
Notice:
The handheld computer is always powered. Even main battery is removed there is
internal backup battery to sustain memory data (for <5 minutes approximately).
The power button only activates suspend (OFF = suspend on this manual).
Please check battery status regularly and recharge when necessary.
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Controls, Indicators, and Ports
Front:
WLAN ANT.
BT ANT.
GSM/GPRS
WLAN/BT
Button 1
Battery Charge
Power Button
Button 5
Button 2
Button 3
Button 4
Navigation Button
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1.
Button 1 (Wireless or Flight button)
Turn ON/OFF the wireless device (Option: WLAN, Bluetooth, Phone, GPS)
2.
Button 2 (User programmable or Dial button on Phone edition)
3.
Button 3 (User programmable)
4.
Navigator Button
[Left], [Right], [Up], [Down] 4 directions
[Enter] at the center
5.
Button 4 (User programmable)
6.
Button 5 (User programmable or Hang up button on Phone edition)
7.
Power Button
Suspend or wake up the system.
8.
Battery Charge Indicator (Charging: ON Orange, Full: OFF)
9.
GSM/GPRS Indicator (Green)
10.
WLAN/Bluetooth Indicator (Blue)
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Rear: (Drawing shows optional GPS)
1.
Serial Port DB9 Connector
2.
Stylus
3.
Reset Button
4.
Battery Knob
5.
Battery
6.
Microphone
7.
Speaker (under hand strap)/
Phone Receiver
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Left: (Drawing shows optional GPS)
1. Antenna of Wireless Device
2. USB client port (data sync with the computer)
3. USB Host Port
4. Kensington Lock Slot
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Right: (Drawing shows option GPS)
1. Microphone/Earphone Jack
2. SD I/O Slot (Secured Digital Card and Device)
3. 2nd Antenna (Option)
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Bottom:
Top:
1. Serial Port or GPS Antenna
1 PCMCIA Slot
One PCMCIA type II Slot
CF (Compact Flash card) will be
available by PCMCIA-to-CF adapter.
2 DC Jack
3 Cradle Docking Connector
(Connection to cradle)
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Operating Environment and Ruggedness
If it is necessary to work in a hostile environment, please make sure all ports are well
protected from dust, moisture, or water. Proper isolation from extreme hazardous
exposure is recommended.
The computer is designed with rugged features of vibration, shock, dust, and rain/water
protection. However, it is still necessary to provide appropriate protection while exposing
to harsh environments.
All connectors will decay or corrode if exposed to water or moisture. Corrosion is
accelerated if the power is ON. Please take proper water-resistant measures for cable
connections.
The DC jack is sealed type which may be operated with water splashing while DC power
cord attached. All other port caps should be in place when no cable is attached. Regularly
maintain the computer by cleaning dust, water, etc. will help keeping it in optimal
condition.
There is no isolated compartment for SD slot, PCMCIA slot, and docking. These ports
must be tightly sealed while working with dust and water.
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Notice: At low temperature both LCD and battery activity are lower. May takes up
to few minutes for display to become normal, and battery capacity may
decrease.
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COMPONENTS AND FUNCTIONS
AC adapter
When using the AC adapter:
- Use a properly grounded AC outlet.
- Use one AC outlet exclusively for the computer. Having other appliances on the
same line may cause interference.
- Use a power strip with built-in surge protection.
The AC adapter automatically detects the AC line voltage (110V or 220V) and
adjusts accordingly.
Battery
The computer will automatically switch to battery power when the external power
source (AC adapter) is disconnected.
Battery Power Saving Tips
- Turn OFF the LCD backlight when it is visible with external light.
- Lower the intensity of the backlight.
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Shut down the computer when not to use for a longer time.
Battery Low
When the battery is nearly exhausted, the computer prompts a warning window. Once
the Battery Low warning occurs, please do either or all of the following:
- Save and close the files you are currently working on.
- Plug in the AC adapter to recharge the battery.
- Swap a charged battery.
Charge Battery
- Plug in AC adapter will charge the battery automatically. If the battery is already
full, the system will stop charge automatically.
- Dock to optional cradle + adapter will charge battery, too. Cradle has a battery
slot to charge another battery simultaneously.
- Connect USB client cable to laptop or PC to charge battery but it needs
approximately 15 hours for a full charge.
- The USB client connector on cradle has no battery charge function.
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Swap Battery
Warning: Battery swap should be done within 5 minutes to avoid data loss.
To swap the battery:
- Turn power OFF.
- Turn the battery knob counterclockwise to loose the battery.
- Remove battery from compartment.
- Insert a new battery.
- Press the battery down and turn battery knob clockwise to lock it.
- Press power button to turn ON the computer.
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Fix the stylus with tether
1.
Tether wire through the fixing plate.
2.
Stylus through tether wire.
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Cradle (Option)
Cradle is the device for docking, port extension, and battery charging. AC adapter
may attach directly to cradle and charges the computer battery as well as spare
battery. There is a battery slot on the back of cradle to mount spare battery.
Front:
Right:
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Rear
1.
Battery Lock
2.
Spare Battery Charger
3.
USB Client (No charging function)
4.
USB Host
5.
DC IN
6.
COM Port
7.
Option COM Port
(I-version cradle with DC in port
only)
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Mount the cradle:
1.
Computer may dock either power is ON or OFF (recommend OFF).
2.
Align the computer with cradle docking connector.
3.
Firmly push the computer down to engage the docking connector.
4.
Turn rotary latch to fix the computer.
Remove from the cradle:
1.
Turn loose the rotary latch to release computer.
2.
Pull away the computer either power is ON or OFF.
Mount spare battery: (Spare battery is optional)
Perform the same procedure as mounting primary battery on computer. Cradle will
charge computer and spare battery simultaneously.
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PCMCIA Slot
The PCMCIA slot accepts one type-II card. Insert the card firmly into the slot and fix
the rubber cover for water/dust protection.
To remove the card, push the eject button to pop out the card. The eject button can
hide into the compartment by pushing it inward gently.
It may be necessary to load PCMCIA card driver to enable the function.
Note: If the computer is working with dust, moisture, or water, is sure to fix the
PCMCIA rubber cap tightly with screws.
SD Slot
The computer accepts one SD card (Secured Digital Card). Insert the card firmly into
the slot and fix the rubber cover for water/dust protection. To remove the card, push
the eject button to release it.
Note: If the computer is working with dust, moisture, or water, is sure to fix the
SD rubber cap tightly with screws.
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BASIC OPERATION
Get Help
Tap Start  Help
Get the needed information from the list or the bundled CD.
Calibrate Touch Screen
Tap Start  Settings  System  Screen  Align Screen to calibrate.
Adjust Volume
Tap speaker icon
on the top bar and adjust the volume level as desired.
Set Button Functions
Tap Start  Settings  Personal  Buttons
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Define the button functions from the selection list.
Today Screen
The today screen displays information of today’s appointments and status icons, etc.
Tap the information listed on today screen to execute the associated program. Tap
Start  Today to enter Today screen.
Search a File
Tap Start  Programs  Search
In Search, enter the file name, word, or other information you want to search for. In
Type, select a data type to help narrow your search. Tap Search, my document folder
and subfolder are searched in the results list.
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Manage Certificates
Tap Start  Settings  System  Certificates
Input your certificates. To delete a certificate, tap and hold it in the list, and then tap
Delete.
Input
Tap Start  Settings  Personal  Input
Select the input method and option you want.
Menus
Tap Start  Settings  Personal  Menus
Select the items you want to appear on Start Menu.
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Owner Information
Tap Start  Settings  Personal  Owner Information
Follow the descriptions. On the identification tab, enter your personal information.
Tap Options select “Show information when device is turn on” your information
will be displayed once power ON.
Password
Tap Start  Settings  Personal  Lock
Follow the descriptions to set password.
Sounds & Notifications
Tap Start  Settings  Personal  Sound & Notification
Set your favorite notifications.
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Clock & Alarms
Tap Start  Settings  System  Clock & Alarms
Memory
Tap Start  Settings  System  Memory
Follow the descriptions.
The main tab displays the amount of memory the system has allocated to file and data
storage versus the available memory.
The storage card tab displays how much memory is available on a storage card that
is inserted in your device.
The running programs tab displays the list of the currently active programs. You
can stop a program by selecting it on the list and tapping stop.
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Power
Tap Start  Settings  System  Power
The Battery tab displays the amount of battery power remaining.
Remove Programs
Tap Start  Settings  System  Remove Programs
Follow the prompts to delete.
Reset the system
(Refer “Controls, Indicators, and Ports” for button location)
Soft Reset
Warning: Data not saved will be lost, and some settings will be lost (ex.
portrait/landscape)
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Try a soft reset when:
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The device does not respond when tapping the display.
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Or not respond when pressing a button.
To do a soft reset:
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Use the stylus to press the reset button on rear.
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The reset screen prompts.
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Automatically loading programs and data.
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Reset complete.
Hard Reset
Warning: Data not saved will be lost, and some settings will be lost (ex.
portrait/landscape)
Do a hard reset when:
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To restore the device to factory default settings.
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Forget the password and need to reset it.
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The device is experiencing severe operational problems, and has attempted a soft
reset in vain.
To do a hard reset:
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Press and hold power button and use stylus to tap reset button on rear. (same
procedure as soft reset)
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<Clean Boot screen>
Clean Boot (Emergency Clear)
Warning: All data, either in RAM or saved in flash memory will be lost, all
registry and user programs will be lost, and all settings will be reset
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back to factory default. Only OS and factory bundled programs
intact.
When it is necessary to remove all data and user programs completely, perform
Clean Boot.
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Press and hold button 4 then tap reset button on rear. The Clean Boot screen
prompts.
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Press button 5 to format storage (to clean flash memory data). When done, press
any button turns display back to Clean Boot screen.
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Use stylus to tap reset button on rear again to finish reset.
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Set parameters on prompted menus till complete.
Data Loss on Battery Swap
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Flash ROM: Saved data, registry, & user programs intact.
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RAM: Data intact.
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(Internal backup battery usually can hold data for <5 minutes while primary
battery swapping. Exceed this period RAM data may be lost.)
Data Loss on Battery Exhaust
Same as Hard Reset.
(Battery exhaust means both primary and internal back-up batteries are exhausted.)
Wireless LAN (Option)
1.
Connect to Internet:
Turn on the Wireless Signals.
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Tap Start  Settings  Connections. (Or directly press
Figure 1-2)
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Tap Wireless Manager and select, select ON for checkbox <WiFi>.
(Figure 1-1 & 1-2). Wireless function is enabled.
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button to enter
1-1
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1-2
1-3
If access point detected, select the access point name you want to connect to, tap
Connect, then the Configure Network Authentication window will appear. Select
the Authentication and Data Encryption type of the access point, enter the
Network key (If not provide automatically), tap Next (Figure 1-3, 1-4)
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If the settings accepted then the Wireless works. (Figure 1-5)
1-4
1-5
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2. Access to the Intranet:
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Please refer to step 1.1 ~ step 1.4.
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Select Work option, if the intranet access is via Proxy Server, it needs to be
set later. (Figure 2-1).
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Tap Start  Settings  Connections and tap Connections icon. (Figure 22)
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Select Set up my proxy server to setup proxy and other relative settings etc.
(Figure 2-3 & 2-4)
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For example, if you connect to a computer (named MyDoc) in Client
Microsoft Network, tap Start  File Explorer, select Menu  Open Path
 New Path, it will pop up a dialog to prompt you enter the intranet path
(\\MyDoc). (Figure 2-5)
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If you enter user name and password are correctly that you should be able to
see intranet paths and files appear.
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2-1
2-2
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2-3
2-4
2-5
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GSM/GPRS/HSDPA (Option)
GSM
Make sure the SIM card is mounted correctly then install the battery. SIM slot is
under battery (Figure 3-1). Stick the label to seal the SIM slot (usually dealer had
done it already).
Tap Start  Settings  Connections
Tap Wireless Manager and select “<PHONE>” then select checkbox to “ON”.
(Figure 3-2 &3-3)
Press “GSM” button on the keypad and screen will pop up a dial-up dialog.
Note:
If you have a PIN code for SIM card, then you must input the code to enable SIM
access and phone function. (Figure 3-4 & 3-5)
Now you can dial phone number to make a call.
Please note that both speaker and microphone are at the rear side of the unit.
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3-1
3-2
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3-3
3-4
3-5
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GPRS/HSDPA
- Tap Start  Settings  Connections and select “Add a new modem
connection” under “My ISP” item. (Figure 4-1)
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Select modem type to "Cellular Line (GPRS)", tap next, and then enter the Access
Point Name (APN)
Note:
It is most important to enter this name, and the APN is different for each ISP
provider. Tap next, enter user Name and Password if needed, then GPRS settings
will be done. (Figure 4-2 & 4-3)
Please note the option “Cellular Line” is different from “Cellular Line
(GPRS)”, “Cellular Line” is only applied to CSD connection, not support
under 3/3.5G.
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Open Internet explorer, enter a URL for browse, the GPRS will connect
automatically and the status will become Connected. (Figure 4-4)
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4-1
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4-2
4-3
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4-4
Bluetooth (Option)
1. Beam File function:
FTP Profile supports devices to transfer file.
Turn on Bluetooth via Wireless Manager.
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Tap Start  Settings  Connections Bluetooth. (Figure 1-1)
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Tap Start  Settings  Connections Beam and make sure that the
“Receive all incoming beams” option is checked. (Figure 1-2)
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Tap Start  Program  File Explorer, tap and hold the file name to be
copied, until the pop-up menu appears, tap “Beam File”. (Figure 1-3)
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Then you will see discoverable devices like following screen and tap the target
device to begin file transfer process. (Figure 1-4)
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1-1
1-2
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1-3
1-4
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2. OBEX Profile:
OBEX Profile supports devices to exchange data.
Turn on Bluetooth via Wireless Manager.
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Tap Start  Settings  Connections  Bluetooth. (Figure 2-1)
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Tap Mode and make sure that both “Turn on Bluetooth” and “Make this
device visible to other devices” options are checked. (Figure 2-2)
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Launch Bluetooth Software (For this example: IVT Soleil) from PC. (Figure
2-3)
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Click Pocket_PC icon and click right mouse button then choice pairing option.
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To input pairing password with connected device. (Note: pairing password
must same as remote device)( Figure 2-3)
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Meanwhile, device side will appear pairing password dialog as figure F2.4 and
input password same as PC side. (Figure 2-4)
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Tap highlight icon “OBEX Service” from PC’s IVT Soleil program then
transfer Naming card to device. (Figure 2-5)
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Finally, the device will prompt a message asking you to save the data to contact
list or not. (Figure 2-6)
2-1
2-2
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2-3
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2-4
2-5
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2-5
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3. FTP Profile:
FTP Profile supports transfer file between Bluetooth devices.
Turn on Bluetooth via Wireless Manager.
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Please refer to step 2.1 ~ step 2.6.
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Tap highlight icon “FTP Service” from PC’s IVT Soleil program then transfer
Naming card to device. (Figure 3-1)
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Finally, drag target file from File Explorer and drop to “Remote share folder”
then file transfer will be done. (Figure 3-2)
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3-1
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3-2
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4. ActiveSync Profile:
ActiveSync Profile supports the use of ActiveSync over a Bluetooth connection.
Turn on Bluetooth via Wireless Manager.
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Make sure the USB Activesync cable not connected to PC
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Tap Start  Settings  Connections. (Figure 2-1)
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Tap Bluetooth  Device  Add new device to search PC Bluetooth host
devices. (Figure 4-1)
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Tap COM Ports  New Outgoing Port and tap target device like “tttfbggsz39grh”, tap “Next” and choice virtual com port. Here it assumed is
“COM7” for we need. (Figure 4-2)
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Tap Start  Programs  ActiveSync and choice “Connect via Bluetooth”
option. (Figure 4-3)
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Execute Microsoft ActiveSync from your PC and make sure select “COM7”
option to make a Bluetooth ActiveSync connection. (Figure 4-4)
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4-1
4-2
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4-3
4-4
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5. A2DP Profile (Not support in Windows Mobile 6.0/6.1 ):
A2DP Profile supports sending high quality audio data to peer Bluetooth devices.
Turn on Bluetooth via Wireless Manager.
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Prepare a Bluetooth headset that support A2DP profile, and set the device into
pairing mode.
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Tap Start  Settings  Connections. (Figure 2-1)
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Tap Bluetooth  Device  Add new device to pairing a Bluetooth A2DP
device. (Figure 5-1)
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To input the pairing password (for example “0000”) and task bar will appear
headset icon if pairing successfully.
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Now you could play music or video file and heard sound from the headset
device.
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5-1
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6. Hands-Free/HandSet Profile:
Handset profile supports interoperability between a headset and a mobile device,
such as a cellular phone.
Hands-Free Profile supports conjunction with a hands-free device over Bluetooth.
Turn on Bluetooth via Wireless Manager.
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Prepare a Bluetooth headset that supports Hand-Free profile, and set the
headset into pairing mode
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Tap Start  Settings  Connections. (Figure 2-1)
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Tap Bluetooth  Device  Add new device to search Hand-Free device.
(Figure 5-1)
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To input the pairing password is “0000” and task bar will appear headset icon
if pairing successfully.
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Now you could press Hand-Free button from remote device and see phone’s
dial-up dialog appear for your operating. (Figure 6-1 & 6-2)
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6-1
6-2
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7. SPP Profile:
Turn on Bluetooth via Wireless Manager.
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Prepare a Bluetooth device that support SPP profile (Like Bluetooth GPS),
and set the device into pairing mode.
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Tap Start  Settings  Connections. (Figure 2-1)
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Tap Bluetooth  Device  Add new device to search SPP device. (Figure
7-1)
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The available Bluetooth SPP device will show in the list and assigned a virtual
COM port, tap the device to pairing. (Figure 7-2)
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Assume and type the pairing password is “0000”.
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Add an Outgoing Port after pairing success in the COM ports page. (Figure 73)
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Now you could receive GPS data from Bluetooth GPS device in GPS
navigation software, and the GPS COM port is the Bluetooth virtual COM port
that created in previous step
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7-2
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7-3
8. HID Profile:
Turn on Bluetooth via Wireless Manager.
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Prepare a Bluetooth device that support HID profile (Like Bluetooth mouse or
keyboard), and set the device into pairing mode.
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Tap Start  Settings  Connections
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Tap Bluetooth  Device, and tap “Add new device” to search Bluetooth
HID Mouse device. (Figure 8-1)
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Assume and enter the pairing password is “1234”.
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Now you could use Bluetooth HID Mouse to move mouse position and click.
(Figure 8-2)
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Bluetooth HID Keyboard is same as Bluetooth HID Mouse settings and will be
used for keyboard input.
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8-1
8-2
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GPS/GPS external Antenna (Option)
Press Button 1 to launch Wireless Manager. Click Settings on the right side of the
GPS On/Off switch, the Setting GPS Antenna dialog will pop up; select the antenna
type for your current setup:
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Internal: Use internal GPS antenna, default setting.
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External: Use external GPS antenna (Option)
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Clicks “X” to close the dialog and save your setting.
Warning: The external antenna must be installed if set the antenna type to
“External”, otherwise GPS module will not work properly.
Normal GPS option includes internal antenna only.
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SPECIFICATIONS
CPU
Marvell PXA270
CPU speed 624MHz
Memory
RAM
128MB
ROM
1GB
Display
Type:
4” Active TFT Transflective Color LCD
Resolution:
480 x 640 pixels
Color:
256K
Backlight:
LED
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Touch Screen
Type:
Resistive
Interface:
Serial
I/O ports
USB 2.0 port
USB client port
Serial port
Audio ports (Microphone/Earphone)
PCMCIA slot type II x 1
SD slot
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System Unit Dimensions and Weight
Width:
90mm (W 3.5”)
Depth:
150mm (H 5.9”)
Height:
33mm (D 1.3”)
Weight:
450g (15 oz.)
AC Adapter
Voltage:
AC 100~240 V
Frequency:
50/60 Hz
Output Voltage:
DC 12V 3A
Maximum Power:
36 Watts
Dimension:
108mm (4.2” W) x 56mm (2.2” D) x 34mm (1.3” H)
Weight:
270 g (9.5 oz.)
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Battery
Type:
Lithium Ion
Capacity:
3.7V 3900mAH
Dimension:
71mm (W 2.8”) x 64mm (D 2.5”) x 12.3mm (H 0.5”)
Weight:
108 g (3.8 oz.)
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Materials and Recycling
Materials of the computer are as follows:
Cabinet:
Aluminum alloy ADC-12 or A380
Magnesium alloy AZ91D
UL grade PC+ABS GE C6200 or TN-3813BW
Bracket:
Aluminum 5052, steel with Nickel plating, or stainless Steel S304
Cushion pad:
Nature rubber
PCB:
FR-4, UL 94V0
Battery:
Rechargeable Lithium Ion & Lithium polymer
Packing:
Carton: Recycled/Recyclable unbleached paper
User's Guide: Recycled/Recyclable paper
Please recycle the parts according to local regulations.
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MAINTENANCE / SERVICE
Cleaning
ALWAYS turn OFF the power, unplug the power cord and remove the battery before
cleaning.
The exterior of the system and display may be wiped with a clean, soft, and lint-free
cloth. If there is difficulty removing dirt, apply non-ammonia, non-alcohol based glass
cleaner to the cloth and wipe.
An air gun is recommended for cleaning water and dust. For salty water please clean
with fresh water then blow-dry with an air gun. Be sure close all caps tightly before
water cleaning.
Troubleshooting
Should the computer fail to function properly, the troubleshooting steps below may be
followed. (Please backup your data before troubleshooting)
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Check AC adapter, battery, and the power source.
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Press reset to re-boot the computer.
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Remove the software suspected.
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Press hard reset to re-boot the computer.
RMA Service
If troubleshooting steps are unsuccessful, consult your dealer for RMA.
Shipping instructions:
1. Remove any personal diskettes, CD's, or other media.
2. Use the original shipping container and packing materials, if possible.
3. If the original packing materials are not available, wrap the equipment with
soft material (e.g. PU/PE form) then put the wrapped equipment into a hard
cardboard shipping box.
4. Include a sheet with the following information: (Note: Please keep a copy of
this sheet for your records)
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Name
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Address
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Unit serial number
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Place and date of purchase or the original invoice number
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Date of failure
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A DETAILED Description of the problems you have encountered
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A list of the hardware/software configuration, if applicable.
5. Clearly mark the outside of the shipping box with the RMA #. If an RMA #
is not present on the shipping box, receiving will be unable to identify it and
it might be returned.
6. Unless prior arrangements have been made, the customer is responsible for
all shipping costs. Unauthorized use of the company’s shipping accounts is
not permitted.
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