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Tablet
V-T500
User’s Guide
Be sure to read “Safety
Precautions” inside this
guide before trying to use
your tablet.
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Contents
Chapter 1 Essential Reading ................................................. E-5
Safety Precautions .........................................................................................E-6
Operating Precautions .................................................................................E-13
Important ......................................................................................................E-16
After Service ...................................................................................................... E-16
Regulatory Information ................................................................................E-16
Chapter 2 Basic Operation ................................................... E-17
Tablet System Configuration .......................................................................E-18
General Guide ...............................................................................................E-20
Loading and Removing the Battery Pack...................................................E-22
Loading .............................................................................................................. E-23
Removing ........................................................................................................... E-24
Charging the Battery Pack ..........................................................................E-25
Ethernet Cradle/Cradle-type Battery Charger .................................................... E-25
Car Adaptor ........................................................................................................ E-25
Dual Battery Charger ......................................................................................... E-26
AC Adaptor ........................................................................................................ E-26
Switching On/Off and Sleep ........................................................................E-27
Switching On...................................................................................................... E-27
Switching Off (Shutdown) ................................................................................. E-27
Sleep ................................................................................................................... E-27
Initial Settings ...............................................................................................E-28
Unlocking the Screen ......................................................................................... E-28
Customization for Job Menu Use....................................................................... E-29
Syncing the Calendar and Contacts ................................................................... E-30
Using microSD Cards ...................................................................................E-38
Installing............................................................................................................. E-38
Removing ........................................................................................................... E-38
Using SAM Cards .........................................................................................E-40
Installing............................................................................................................. E-40
Removing ........................................................................................................... E-41
Using SIM Cards ...........................................................................................E-42
Installing............................................................................................................. E-42
Removing ........................................................................................................... E-43
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Handling SD Memory Cards ........................................................................E-44
Installing............................................................................................................. E-44
Removing ........................................................................................................... E-44
Handling the NFC Reader/Writer ................................................................E-45
Contactless IC Cards .......................................................................................... E-45
RFID Tags .......................................................................................................... E-45
HDMI Connection .........................................................................................E-47
Resetting the Tablet .....................................................................................E-48
Chapter 3 Built-in Software................................................. E-49
Standard Accessories ..................................................................................E-50
Software List ...................................................................................................... E-50
Camera ............................................................................................................... E-51
Browser .............................................................................................................. E-52
Mail .................................................................................................................... E-53
Gallery................................................................................................................ E-54
Music.................................................................................................................. E-56
Clock .................................................................................................................. E-57
Message.............................................................................................................. E-58
User .................................................................................................................... E-59
Calendar ............................................................................................................. E-60
Search ................................................................................................................. E-62
Calculator ........................................................................................................... E-63
Additional Accessories ................................................................................E-64
Software List ...................................................................................................... E-64
Adobe Reader..................................................................................................... E-65
Memo Text ......................................................................................................... E-67
Memo Paint ........................................................................................................ E-68
Job Browser........................................................................................................ E-70
Voice Recorder ................................................................................................... E-71
Settings .........................................................................................................E-74
Software List ...................................................................................................... E-74
Wireless and Network Settings .......................................................................... E-75
Terminal ............................................................................................................. E-76
User Settings ...................................................................................................... E-77
System ................................................................................................................ E-78
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Operation Support Tools ..............................................................................E-80
Software List ...................................................................................................... E-80
Job Menu ............................................................................................................ E-81
Login Authentication Setting Tool ..................................................................... E-83
Account Edit Tool .............................................................................................. E-84
Security Settings ................................................................................................ E-85
Theft Protection.................................................................................................. E-86
System Operation Tools ...............................................................................E-88
Software List ...................................................................................................... E-88
File Manager ...................................................................................................... E-89
WLAN Tool ....................................................................................................... E-91
Backup Tool ....................................................................................................... E-92
Copy Devices ..................................................................................................... E-95
Demo Tools ...................................................................................................E-96
Software List ...................................................................................................... E-96
NFC Demo ......................................................................................................... E-97
Barcode Scanner ................................................................................................ E-98
Chapter 4 Options (Sold Separately) ................................. E-101
Using the Digitizer Pen ..............................................................................E-102
General Guide .................................................................................................. E-102
Fitting the Battery ............................................................................................ E-102
Using the Digitizer Pen .................................................................................... E-103
Replacing the Pen Tip ...................................................................................... E-104
Handling the Hand Belt ..............................................................................E-105
Attaching .......................................................................................................... E-105
Attaching the Neck Strap...........................................................................E-106
Using the Screen Cover .............................................................................E-107
Attaching the Screen Cover ............................................................................. E-107
Using the Screen Cover as a Stand .................................................................. E-108
Using the Ethernet Cradle (HA-M62IO) ....................................................E-109
General Guide .................................................................................................. E-109
Connecting the Ethernet Cradle Power Supply................................................ E-111
Using the Cradle-type Battery Charger (HA-M30CHG) ...........................E-114
General Guide .................................................................................................. E-114
Connecting the Cradle-type Battery Charger Power Supply ........................... E-115
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Using the Dual Battery Charger (HA-M32DCHG) ....................................E-117
General Guide .................................................................................................. E-117
Charging a Battery Pack................................................................................... E-119
Connecting Multiple Dual Battery Chargers.................................................... E-120
Using the AC Adaptor (AD-S36120A-N) ....................................................E-122
Chapter 5 Specifications .................................................... E-123
V-T500 Tablet Specifications .....................................................................E-124
Optional (Separately Sold) Accessory Specifications .............................E-130
Ethernet Cradle (HA-M62IO) .......................................................................... E-130
Cradle-type Battery Charger (HA-M30CHG) ................................................. E-131
Dual Battery Charger (HA-M32DCHG).......................................................... E-131
Car Adaptor (HA-M37CAC) ........................................................................... E-132
AC Adaptor (AD-S36120A-N) ........................................................................ E-132
AC Adaptor (AD-S90190C-N5) ...................................................................... E-132
Battery Pack (HA-M20BAT) ........................................................................... E-132
Chapter 6 Appendix ............................................................ E-133
Open Source Licenses ...............................................................................E-134
Apps That Use Licenses ................................................................................... E-134
License Text List .........................................................................................E-135
Apache License Version 2.0 ............................................................................. E-135
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Chapter 1
Essential Reading
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Safety Precautions
Congratulations upon your selection of this CASIO product. Be sure to read the
following Safety Precautions before trying to use it for the first time.
Your neglect or avoidance of the warning and caution statements in the
subsequent pages causes the danger of fire, electric shock, malfunction and
damage on the goods as well as personal injury.
Markings and Symbols
The following are the meanings of the markings and symbols used in these Safety
Precautions.
Danger
This symbol indicates information that, if ignored or applied
incorrectly, creates the danger of death or serious personal injury.
Warning
This symbol indicates information that, if ignored or applied
incorrectly, creates the possibility of death or serious personal
injury.
Caution
This symbol indicates information that, if ignored or applied
incorrectly, creates the possibility of personal injury or property
damage.
• A diagonal line indicates something you should not do. The symbol shown
here indicates you should not try to take the unit apart.
• A black circle indicates something you should do. The symbol shown here
indicates you should unplug the unit from the wall outlet.
Warning
Disassembly and Modification
• Never try to disassemble or modify the tablet and its options including
battery pack and battery in any way.
Abnormal Conditions
• Should the tablet and/or its options including battery pack and battery
become hot or start to emit smoke or a strange odor, immediately turn off
the power and contact your dealer or distributor whom you purchased the
product from, or an authorized CASIO service provider.
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Warning
Dust and Moisture
• Though the tablet is dust and water splash resistant, its options including
the battery pack are not. Keep loose metal objects and containers filled with
liquid away from your tablet and the options. Also, never handle the tablet
and the options while your hands are wet.
Warning
Interference with the Operation of Other Equipment
(Using Wireless Data Communication)
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• Keep your tablet at least 22 centimeters (8 /16") away from anyone wearing
a pacemaker. Radio waves emitted by the tablet can affect the operation of
a pacemaker.
• Before the use in aircraft, be sure to consult with cabin crew for interference
the tablet emits.
• Before the use in medical facility, be sure to consult with the facility
management or the manufacture of a specific medical equipment that the
tablet may interfere with.
• Do not use the tablet nearby gas pump or chemical tank or any other places
flammable or explosive.
Caution
Foreign Objects
• Take care to ensure that metals or combustible objects are not inserted into
the openings of the tablet or its options, and not to allow moisture to get
inside of them.
• Do not attach aluminum stickers or other objects made using metal to the
back of the V-T500. Doing so could cause the tablet to overheat or catch fire,
resulting in damage and burns or other injuries.
• Take care not to trap foreign objects between the V-T500 and the Ethernet
Cradle. Doing so could cause the tablet to overheat or catch fire, resulting in
burns.
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Caution
Location
• Install the cradle properly on a flat and stable surface so that it cannot fall
down onto floor.
LCD Screen
• Never apply strong pressure to the screen or subject it to strong impact.
Doing so can crack the LCD Screen.
Warning
Avoiding Traffic Accidents
• Never use the tablet while operating a motor vehicle. Park your vehicle in a
safe place before performing any operation.
• Never locate the tablet where it might interfere with proper operation of the
vehicle.
• Locate connecting cables as instructed by the manual, avoiding locations
that can interfere with driving operations.
Car Battery Power
• Should the Car Adaptor become damaged, replace it immediately with a
new Car Adaptor.
Caution
Using in Vehicle
• Always disconnect the Car Adaptor when you get out of the car. Failing to
do so could drain the car battery.
• Note that using the Car Adaptor for long periods while the car engine is
turned off will drain the car battery.
• Do not handle the Car Adaptor with wet hands.
• When using the tablet in a car fitted with airbags (SRS airbags), never place
the tablet on the airbag cover or in any location that could interfere with
airbag operation.
• Do not leave the tablet in vehicle for a long period of time.
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Lithium Polymer Battery Pack
Danger
• Never use the tablet and its option including the battery pack and battery
next to open flame, near a stove, or any other area exposed to high heat, or
leave them for a long period of time in a vehicle parked in direct sunlight.
• Never use the battery pack with any device other than the tablet.
• Never dispose of the battery pack by incinerating it or otherwise expose it
to heat.
• Never transport or store the battery pack together with metal objects that
may result in shorting positive (+) and negative (–) terminals of the battery
pack. Be sure to place the battery pack in its case whenever transporting or
storing it.
• Never throw the battery pack or otherwise subject it to strong impact.
• Never pierce the battery pack with nails, hit it with a hammer, or step on it.
• Use only the specified battery charger to charge the battery pack.
Warning
• Never place the battery pack in a microwave oven or any other high-voltage
device.
• If the amount of time period the battery pack can serve becomes
considerably short even after it has been fully charged for the specified time
period, stop using it.
• Should the battery pack start to leak or emit a strange odor, immediately
move it away from any flame nearby. Leaking battery fluid is combustible.
• Should fluid from the battery pack accidentally get into your eyes or on the
skin, do not rub it. Immediately rinse it off with clean tap water and then
consult a physician.
Caution
• Replace only with the same type of battery pack recommended by CASIO.
Dispose of used battery packs according to the local regulation.
• Keep the battery pack out of the reach of small children.
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Power Supply / AC Adaptor
Warning
• Do not use the tablet at a voltage other than the specified voltage. Also, do
not connect the tablet to a multi-plug power strip.
• Never modify, sharply bend, twist, or pull on the power cord.
• Never use a detergent to clean AC adaptor and its power cable, especially
on the plug and the jack.
• When using the battery chargers and the cradles, be sure to use the
respective AC adaptors.
• Only use the power cord provided. Also, do not use the bundled power cord
with any other equipment.
Caution
• Never pull on the power cord when unplugging it. Always hold the plug
when unplugging it from the wall outlet.
• Never touch the plug while your hands are wet.
• Be sure to unplug the power cord from the wall outlet before cleaning the
battery chargers and the cradles.
• Unplug the power cord from the wall outlet whenever leaving the battery
chargers and the cradles unattended for a long period.
• The housing of the AC adaptor can become warm during normal use.
• At least once a year, unplug the AC adaptor from the wall outlet and clean
any dust that builds up between the prongs of the plug.
Dust built up between the prongs can lead to the danger of fire.
• Do not suspend the AC adaptor while using it. The weight could cause
internal damage in the DC jack.
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Alkaline Battery Handling Precautions (for the Digitizer Pen)
Danger
• Since there is the risk of blindness and other serious disorders when alkaline
battery fluid enters the eyes, seek medical treatment immediately after
adequately flushing the eyes with a large amount of tap water or other clean
water without rubbing.
Warning
• Do not dispose of batteries in open flames or allow them to be heated,
disassembled or modified. This results in the risk of damaging insulation
and safety valves or causes the batteries to leak fluid, overheat or rupture.
• Do not reverse the (+) and (–) poles of the batteries. This results in the risk
of abnormal reactions during charging or short-circuiting, or causes the
batteries to leak fluid, overheating or rupture.
• Store batteries in a location out of the reach of small children. In the
case a battery should happen to be swallowed, seek medical treatment
immediately.
• In the case of having ingested alkaline battery fluid, gargle immediately and
seek medical treatment.
• Since there is the risk of injury to the skin in the case alkaline battery fluid
has come in contact with the skin or clothing, immediately rinse off with a
large amount of tap water or other clean water.
• Do not allow the (+) and (–) poles of alkaline batteries to come in contact
with wires or other metal objects, and do not carry or store them together
with metal necklaces, hair pins and so on. This results in the risk of the
batteries short-circuiting resulting in the flow of excess current and causing
the batteries to leak fluid, overheat or rupture.
• Do not use a new battery with an old battery that has already been used or
use different types of batteries. Differences in properties results in the risk
of the batteries leaking fluid, overheating or rupturing.
• These batteries are not designed to be recharged. Recharging results in the
risk of damage to insulation and internal structure causing the batteries to
leak fluid, overheat or rupture.
• Do not remove or damage the battery outer label. This results in the risk of
the batteries short-circuiting, leaking fluid, overheating or rupturing.
• Do not subject the batteries to strong impacts resulting from dropping or
throwing. This results in the risk of the batteries leaking fluid, overheating
or rupturing.
• Do not allow the batteries to be deformed or damaged. This results in the
risk of damage to the insulation and safety valve causing the batteries to
leak fluid, overheat or rupture.
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Caution
• Promptly remove worn out batteries from the device. Allowing worn out
batteries to remain installed in the device for a long period of time results in
the risk of the generation of gas from the batteries causing the batteries to
leak fluid, overheat or rupture.
• Remove the batteries from the device when not using for a long period of
time. Failure to do so results in the risk of the generation of gas from the
batteries causing the batteries to leak fluid and damage the device.
• Do not attempt to solder the batteries directly. This results in the risk of heat
damaging the insulation and safety valve causing the batteries to leak fluid,
overheat or rupture.
• Do not use or place the batteries in a location subject to high temperatures
such as locations of intense direct sunlight or in an automobile on a hot
day. This results in the risk of the batteries leaking fluid, overheating or
rupturing.
• Insulate the ends of the batteries by covering with tape and so on when
storing or disposing. Allowing the batteries to contact other batteries or
metal objects results in the risk of the batteries leaking fluid, overheating or
rupturing.
• Do not allow the batteries to become wet. This results in the risk of the
batteries overheating.
• Avoid storing batteries in locations subject to direct sunlight, high
temperature or high humidity. This results in the risk of the batteries leaking
fluid. In addition, there is also the risk of reduced battery performance and
shorter battery life.
• Please dispose of batteries in the proper manner in accordance with the
rules and regulations of your local community.
Backup of All Important Data
Caution
• Note that CASIO Computer Co., Ltd. shall not be held liable to you or any
third party for any damages or loss caused by deletion or corruption of data
due to use of the tablet, malfunction or repair of the tablet or its peripherals,
or due to the batteries going dead.
• The tablet employs electronic memory to store data, which means that
memory contents can be corrupted or deleted if power is interrupted due to
the batteries going dead or incorrect battery replacement procedures. Data
cannot be recovered once it is lost or corrupted. Be sure to make backup of
all important data. One way to do this is to use the separately sold cradles to
transfer data to a computer.
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Operating Precautions
Your tablet and its options are precision. Improper operation or rough handling can
cause problems with data storage and other problems. Note and observe the following
precautions to ensure proper operation.
• Do not leave dead battery pack in the tablet for a long period.
Dead battery pack can leak, leading to malfunction and damage to the tablet.
• Stop or avoid using the tablet and its options in areas and conditions subject to
the following.
— Large amounts of static electricity
— Extreme heat or cold or humidity
— Sudden temperature change
— Large amount of dust
— After large amount of rain or water falls on the tablet
— Pressing the screen or buttons with excessive force when using in the rain
• Always use your finger or the dedicated Digitizer Pen when using the touch
panel. The use of implements other than your finger or the dedicated Digitizer
Pen could damage the touch panel and/or cause malfunctions.
• Do not use the Digitizer Pen when your hands are wet.
• Do not use volatile chemical substances such as thinners, benzene or toiletries to
clean the tablet.
When the tablet is dirty, wipe it clean with a soft, dry cloth. Rubbing with excessive
force could scratch the display.
• The power-supply terminals and charging terminals should be cleaned from
time to time using an implement such as a dry cotton bud.
Soiling on the terminals may cause connection defects.
• Take care when using chemicals.
Applying thinners, gasoline, kerosene, solvents or oils, or substances such as cleaners,
adhesives, paints, medications or toiletries that contain those materials, to the plastic
case or cover may cause discoloration or other damage.
• Allowing the communication/power supply terminals become wet can cause an
electric shock or fire. In addition, if the terminals become soiled, contact may
be impaired resulting in poor charging. For reasons of safety and maintaining
charging battery pack(s) in optimum condition, clean the communication/power
supply terminals by wiping with a dry cloth or cotton swab after disconnecting
the AC adaptor.
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• Take care not to trap objects such as magnetic cards, magnetic recording media
or precision equipment between the V-T500 and the Ethernet Cradle, and do not
bring such objects too close to the tablet and cradle.
Bringing magnetic cards or other magnetic recording media too close could result
in important data being erased due to the effects of magnetism. Precision equipment
(wristwatches, etc.) should also not be placed close to the tablet or cradle as it could
be damaged as a result.
• Dead Pixels
The LCD panel employed in this product uses high precision and substantial number
of components which commonly cause a small number of the pixels not to light or
to remain lit all the time. This is due to the characteristics of LCD panel yield in
accuracy over 99.99% and permissible.
• 802.11a/n Restrictions:
— This product is for indoor use only when using channels 36, 40, 44, 48, 52, 56, 60,
or 64 (5150-5350 MHz).
— To ensure compliance with local regulations, be sure to select the country in which
the access point is installed.
• Lithium Polymer Battery Pack
Each lithium polymer battery pack has its life. The life span heavily depends on how
the battery pack is charged or stored which may cause deterioration of the battery
pack to shorten the life span if it is handled improperly. Note the tips below to make
the battery pack last long.
— Be sure to charge the battery pack before using it if the battery pack is used for the
first time or if it has not been used for a long period of time.
When charging the battery pack, continue charging until the charge LED lights
green (fully charged).
— If the battery pack is repeatedly charged, the life span becomes short. To avoid the
repetition of charging the battery pack, be sure that the remaining capacity is low
before you start charging.
— Be sure to charge the battery pack in recommended temperature range. The
temperature range is dependant on device you use to charge including battery
chargers and tablets. Refer to the respective user guides. Charging the battery pack
in a temperature outside of the recommended range causes deterioration.
— When used at low temperatures, the battery pack has a reduced capacity and will
supply power for shorter time.
The life span of the battery pack is also shortened.
— Charging the battery pack while the battery pack itself is freeze including inside causes
deterioration. Be sure to resume an ordinary room temperature on the battery pack and
then leave it unattended for approximately one hour before charging.
— After charging the battery pack, if the performance of the battery pack does not show
any recovery, it is a sign of ending the life. Replace it with a new battery pack.
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— Avoid the battery pack with a full of the capacity to store for a long period of
time. If you need to store it for a long period, be sure that the remaining capacity
is 30 to 50 percent and to store in a moderate low temperature. This can reduce
deterioration.
— The battery pack gradually deteriorates over time. In particular, storing (or using)
the fully charged battery pack at high temperatures tends to accelerate battery pack
deterioration.
• Adobe Reader
This tablet comes pre-loaded with Adobe Reader from Adobe Systems Incorporated.
CASIO has verified the operation of Adobe Reader on this tablet, but does not
guarantee all operations of Adobe Reader for the customer.
Refer to http://www.adobe.com/support/reader/ for information on using Adobe
Reader and problems with that product.
• Barcode Scanner
This tablet comes pre-loaded with "Barcode Scanner", comprising barcode scanning
demo samples based on the ZXing library.
CASIO has verified the operation of Barcode Scanner on this tablet, but does not
guarantee all operations of Barcode Scanner for the customer.
The ZXing library is publicly available at the following website:
http://code.google.com/p/zxing/
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Important
• This guide does not include any information about programming procedures. See the
applicable separate documentation for information about the procedures.
After Service
• Should this product ever malfunction, contact your original retailer providing
information about the product name, the date you purchased it, and details about the
problem.
Regulatory Information
V-T500-E,V-T500-GE
Products are for distribution within
all member states of the EU.
0984
HA-M62IO, HA-M30CHG
Products are for distribution within
all member states of the EU.
0984
Optional models HA-M32DCHG and HA-M20BAT are in conformity with the Council
Directive 2004/108/EC.
Manufacturer:
CASIO COMPUTER CO., LTD.
6-2, Hon-machi 1-chome, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo 151-8543, Japan
Representative within the European Union:
CASIO EUROPE GmbH
Casio-Platz 1, 22848 Norderstedt, Germany
The modification of the software for controlling RF radiation of WLAN, Bluetooth and NFC/
RF-ID is prohibited.
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Chapter 2
Basic Operation
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Tablet System Configuration
Bundled Items
V-T500 Series
Please check the items in the box before using the tablet
for the first time.
Tablet
AC Adaptor
AD-S36120A
Power Cord
AC-CORD-EU
microSD Card Removal Tool
Battery Pack
HA-M20BAT
User's Guide
Options
Ethernet Cradle
HA-M62IO
The illustration shows the
Ethernet Cradle (HA-M62IO).
Cradle-type
Battery Charger
HA-M30CHG
Car Adaptor
HA-M37CAC
Digitizer Pen
HA-M96PEN
For the latest options list, refer to the ON-LINE manual available at
http://www.casio-intl.com/asia-mea/en/pa/usersguide/
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Options
Battery Pack
Dual Battery Charger
HA-M20BAT
HA-M32DCHG
AC Adaptor for V-T500/
Ethernet Cradle/
Cradle-type Battery Charger
AC Adaptor for
Dual Battery Charger
AD-S90190C-N5
AD-S36120A-N
Power Cord for Europe
Power Cord for North America
Power Cord for Taiwan
Power Cord for Korea
Power Cord for Australia
AC-CORD-EU/AC-CORD2-EU
AC-CORD-US/AC-CORD2-US
AC-CORD-TW/AC-CORD2-TW
AC-CORD-KR/AC-CORD2-KR
AC-CORD-AU/AC-CORD2-AU
Hand Belt
Neck Strap
HA-M95HB
HA-M97ST
Screen Cover
HA-M98DC
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General Guide
Top
1
2
Left
Front
5 6
7
Right
8
9 10
11
12
13
14
3
15
16
17
4
Bottom
18
Back
22
19 20 21
23
19
11
24
25
27
26
28
29
30
31
19
E-20
32
33
19
1
Power Button (→ E-27)
18 Communication/Power Supply Terminal
2
Volume Button
19 Mount for Hand Belt (→ E-105) or
Strap (→ E-106)
3
mini HDMI Port (→ E-47)
20 Reset Switch (→ E-48)
4
SD Card Slot (→ E-44)
21 Rear Camera
5
Charge LED (→ E-25, 113, 116, 122)
22 Mounting Holes for Screen Cover
(→ E-107)
6
Notification LED
23 Mounting Holes for Pen Holder
(→ E-102)
7
Light Sensor
24 Extension Port
Automatically adjusts the display backlight
brightness to suit the ambient brightness.
8
Front Camera
25 SAM Card Slot (→ E-40)
9
Display (Touch Panel)
26 SIM Card Slot (→ E-42)
(V-T500-GE only)
Located in the Battery Pack Compartment.
Located in the Battery Pack Compartment.
10 Microphone
11
NFC Reader (→ E-45)
12 Function Button A
This button allows you to use an application.
13 Function Button B
27 Setup button
Sets the tablet operating parameters. For
use by managers. Should not be changed in
normal use.
28 microSD Card Slot (→ E-38)
Located in the Battery Pack Compartment.
29 Buzzer
This button allows you to use an application.
14 Screen Lock Button
30 Speaker (L)
Press to lock or unlock the screen.
15 USB A Port
31 Speaker (R)
16 USB Mini-B Port
32 Battery Pack Cover (→ E-23)
Cannot be used when the tablet is fitted into
the optional Ethernet Cradle (HA-M62IO).
17 DC Jack (→ E-25, 26, 122)
33 Battery Pack Cover Lock Switches
(→ E-23)
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Loading and Removing the Battery Pack
Your tablet uses two types of battery: a battery pack and a memory backup battery.
The battery pack is used to power normal operations and to store data, while the
memory backup battery provides the power required to maintain memory contents
when the battery pack power is unable to supply power for some reason.
Use the battery pack (HA-M20BAT) as the main power source.
The backup battery is installed inside of the tablet.
This guide uses the following terms to refer to the batteries.
Battery Pack:
Rechargeable battery pack (HA-M20BAT) for normal operations and data
storage
Backup Battery: Built-in battery for memory backup
When the battery pack power goes low, immediately charge it or replace it with a
charged battery pack.
You can use the Dual Battery Charger, the Cradle-type Battery Charger, the Ethernet Cradle,
the Car Adaptor, or the AC adaptor to charge a battery pack installed in the tablet. See the
relevant sections in this guide for the respective options about how to use.
Important!
Always keep backup of all important data!
• The battery pack powers normal operation and also provides power required to
maintain memory contents, while the backup battery provides backup power to
maintain memory contents. Because of this, you should not remove the battery
pack if the backup battery is dead. Removing the battery pack while the backup
battery is dead causes data in the memory to be corrupted or lost. Note that
once data is lost it cannot be recovered. Always keep backup of all important
data.
• The charge of a battery pack when you purchase it may be depleted due to
testing at the factory or natural discharge during shipment and storage. Be sure
to charge the battery pack before you use it.
• The life of a battery pack is limited, and charging a battery pack causes it to
gradually lose its ability to maintain the charge. If your battery pack seems to
require charging very frequently, it probably means it is time to purchase a new one.
• If a battery pack is used past the end of its service life, it may swell up in size. In
such a case, replace the battery pack with a new one.
• You can select the item to be backed up (memory or clock).
At shipment from the factory, this option is set to “Priority is given to the
memory” as the default.
If the backup battery is fully charged, it will maintain the content of the tablet’s
memory (RAM) and continue to run the clock for approximately 10 hours when
the main battery pack is removed.
If “Priority is given to the clock” is selected, it will maintain the content of the
tablet’s memory (RAM) for 10 minutes and will continue to run the clock for 72
hours.
• It takes 8 hours with the main battery pack installed in the tablet for the backup
battery to be charged fully.
• To check the remaining charge in the backup battery, go to Settings⇒ Backup
Battery.
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Loading
1. Turn the tablet upside down. If the hand belt is fitted to the tablet, unclip it (see E-105).
2. Slide the left and right lock switches for the battery pack cover to the “FREE”
position, and then remove the battery pack cover.
3. Load the battery pack with the printed side of the label facing upwards, fitting the
lugs on the battery pack into the slots in the tablet so that the terminals in the battery
socket and tablet are aligned.
Terminals
4. Put back the battery pack cover in the compartment as shown in the illustration (a).
Move the lock switches on the battery pack cover back to the “LOCK” position.
Securely close the battery pack cover by pushing it firmly as shown in the illustration
(b).
(a)
(b)
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Removing
1. Make sure that the power on the tablet has been switched off.
If the power is still on, hold down the power button to switch off (see E-27).
2. Turn the tablet upside down. If the hand belt is fitted to the tablet, unclip it (see E-105).
3. Slide the left and right lock switches for the battery pack cover to the “FREE”
position, and then remove the battery pack cover.
4. As shown in the illustration, grip the lip at the sides of the battery pack with your
fingers ( ) and lift out the battery pack ( ).
Important!
• Battery pack replacement should be carried out without delay.
• If the battery pack is left out of the tablet for more than about 10 minutes, data
stored in the tablet's internal memory (RAM) may be lost so that the tablet
resets when it is next started up.
• When the battery pack is removed, do not connect the AC adaptor or Car
Adaptor to the tablet, and do not place the tablet in the Ethernet Cradle or
Cradle-type Battery Charger. Doing so may cause data stored in the tablet's
internal memory (RAM) to be lost so that the tablet resets when it is next started
up.
• When the battery pack is removed, plugging in the AC adapter will not turn the
tablet on.
• Never try to use other type of battery than the ones that are specified for this
product.
• After you have closed the battery pack cover, turn the lock switches fully to
the “LOCK” position. The tablet cannot be switched on until the switches are
turned to the “LOCK” position.
• If the battery pack cover is not closed securely, the product may not be fully
splashproof.
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Charging the Battery Pack
Battery pack installed in the tablet can be charged using either cradle, battery charger or
AC adaptor. Battery charge condition can be monitored with charge LED on the tablet.
Multiple battery packs can also be charged simultaneously using Dual Battery Charger.
Ethernet Cradle/Cradle-type Battery Charger
Align the mount holes in the tablet with the mount hooks on the cradle and fit the tablet
into the cradle.
Hole
Hook
■ Status of Charge LED on V-T500:
Orange:
Red:
Charging (battery level at 6% or more)
Battery level down to 0-5%
(until a level of 5%, tablet will not start up)
Battery pack error
Blinking red: Standby due to being outside the temperature range for charging
(charging begins when the temperature is within the charging temperature range)
Green:
Charging complete
* If, after 30 minutes or more at normal temperature, you plug the AC adaptor in again
and the charge LED is still red or off, there is a fault. Immediately stop using the
product and contact the dealer or distributor where you purchased the product, or an
authorized CASIO service provider.
* If the remaining battery change is 5% or less when the AC adaptor is connected
correctly, the charge LED turns off for approximately 0.5 seconds and then lights red.
Car Adaptor
Plug in the Car Adaptor to the cigarette lighter socket in vehicle.
■ Status of Charge LED on V-T500:
Refer to “Ethernet Cradle/Cradle-type Battery Charger” above.
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Dual Battery Charger
Push the battery pack in until the mount hooks on the charger engage the mount lugs on
the battery.
Lug
Hook
With the engraved side upwards,
push the connector firmly into the
jack until it clicks into place.
You can connect up to three Dual Battery Chargers. See E-120 for the connection method.
■ Status of Charge Indicator LED
Off:
Not charging
Orange: Charging
Red:
Battery pack problem or standby due to the surrounding temperature being
beyond the specified temperature range (Approximately 0°- 40°C) (charging
resumes when the temperature reaches the range.)
Green: Charging complete
AC Adaptor
■ Status of Charge LED on V-T500:
Refer to “Ethernet Cradle/Cradle-type Battery Charger” on the previous page.
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Switching On/Off and Sleep
Switching On
1. Hold down the power button until the notification LED lights green (approx. 1 sec.).
• The startup screen appears.
• The screen shown differs depending on the device settings.
• If the tablet is left unused for a set time while switched on, it automatically switches
to sleep mode.
Important!
• Even with the AC adaptor connected, if the level of battery charge is 5% or less
the charge LED turns red and the tablet does not start up when you hold down
the power button.
Once the battery charge rises to 6% or more, the LED turns orange and the
tablet automatically starts up.
Switching Off (Shutdown)
1. Hold down the power button for more than 2 seconds until “Power off” is displayed.
2. Tap “OK”.
Note
• In the power off state, the tablet's operation is fully stopped.
• Switch the power off if the tablet is left unused for a long time.
• The tablet will restart if it is connected to an external power supply, such as the
AC adaptor or cradle.
Sleep
1. Press the power button while the tablet is switched on.
Note
• In sleep mode, the display is off but the tablet is operating.
• The operation mode is maintained. When you switch on the power, you can use
the tablet immediately.
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Initial Settings
Unlocking the Screen
1. Touch [
] in the startup screen and drag it to [
unlock the screen.
] that appears on the right to
At shipment, the default menu shown below appears.
Make a selection based on the operation you actually want to perform.
Job Menu
Android standard
Tick this box to always apply the above setting
when you press Home.
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Customization for Job Menu Use
To access Job Menu, you must first customize the tablet as follows:
1. Build the menu to suit the operation. See “Job Menu” (E-81) for information on
building the menu.
2. Specify “None” as the security level for the Settings screen.
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Syncing the Calendar and Contacts
To sync with your Google account, you must configure your settings as shown below.
You must also set up an account with Google beforehand. (Google is the only host
service.)
■ Setting up Syncing
1 Go to “Accounts & sync” in the Settings screen and select “ADD ACCOUNT”.
2 In the “Add an account” window, select “Sync Calendar and Contacts”.
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3 Enter your user name and password for the Google account you want to sync.
4 In the next window, touch “Accept”.
5 Click “OK” in the “Initial Sync” window to start initial synchronization.
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■ Sync Settings
1 In “Accounts & sync” in the Settings screen, select the account you want to configure
for syncing.
2 Select “Account settings” in “Sync settings”.
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3 In the “Settings” screen, set the sync frequency and the days to sync in the Calendar.
4 You can specify a sync frequency of every 6 hours, every day, or every 7 days. In
addition to the frequency specified here, whenever the Calendar and Contacts are
modified on the tablet, they are each synchronized by uploading data from the tablet
and downloading data from the server.
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5 You can specify 7, 30, 60 or 180 days as the extent to which data is synced back into
the past and ahead into the future
■ Stopping Syncing
1 To stop syncing, clear the “Sync Calendar” and “Sync Contacts” checkboxes
respectively in “Sync settings”.
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■ Removing an account
1 To remove an account, select “Remove account” in “Sync settings”. This erases all
the data stored in the tablet for that account.
■ Sync now
1 In “Sync settings”, select “Sync now” to begin synchronization.
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Important!
● Specification differences from Google standard synchronization
The operation of synchronization using CalDAV and CardDAV differs from Google
standard synchronization in the following respects:
• All contact phone number types that are not “Mobile”, “Work”, “Home”, “Work
Fax”, “Home Fax”, “Pager” or “Custom” revert to “Other” when synced.
• Contact group information is not synced. Contacts set as groups are stored as not
being grouped. However, if group information has already been set, the group
information is not cleared.
• Merged information for contacts is not synced. Contacts that have been merged are
stored as separate contacts. However, if merged information has already been set,
the merged information is not cleared.
• “Internet call” items for contacts are not synced. However, if an “Internet call” has
already been stored, it is not deleted.
• The “Reading Aid” set on the tablet for each Contact is not synced.
• Where “Custom” is set for a Contact's “Address”, it changes to “Other” when
synced.
• The “Date” set for a Contact's “Birthday” is only synced when the year is entered.
• If you have set multiple “Birthdays” for a Contact, all birthdays other than the last
“Birthday” set are deleted when the data is synced.
• The attendee comments that can be set when people are invited to a scheduled
event in the Calendar are not synced.
• If a repeating scheduled event in the Calendar has been changed to individual
events, the information for the repeating scheduled event is not synced. As a result,
if the repeating scheduled event is deleted, the scheduled events that were changed
to individual events are not deleted and remain in the Calendar.
• Data is not synced if you only change the “Notification” for a scheduled event in
the Calendar on the Google server.
• If you delete all the “Notifications” for scheduled events in the Calendar on the
tablet and then sync the data, the notifications revert to the “Default notification
method” on the Google server.
• If multiple calendars are used for one account and a scheduled event is added to a
sub-calendar, that event is also added to the main calendar.
Note that the following items are also excluded from Google standard
synchronization:
• The “Custom fields” that can be added to Contacts on the Google server
• The “File format” that can be added to Contacts on the Google server
• The “Color” settings for each Calendar scheduled event
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● If you modify a scheduled event or Contact that is on the tablet and on the
Google server
If you modify a scheduled event or contact that is on both the tablet and the Google
server, the data on the server takes precedence. The modified content on the tablet is
deleted.
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Using microSD Cards
This tablet supports microSD cards.
The card slot is located in the battery pack compartment (see E-20, 21). Remove the
battery pack before inserting or removing a card.
Refer to pages 22 to 24 for information on “Loading and Removing the Battery Pack”.
Install (or remove) a card according to the procedure described below.
Installing
1. Make sure that the power on the tablet has been switched off. If the power is still on,
hold down the power button to switch off (see E-27).
2. Remove the battery pack.
3. Check that the card is the right way up and facing in the right direction, then match it
to the correct printed icon and push it all the way into the slot.
• Turn the card so that rear side (with the terminals) faces upwards and then push the
card in fully until it clicks into place.
4. Load the battery pack.
Removing
1. Make sure that the power on the tablet has been switched off. If the power is still on,
hold down the power button to switch off (see E-27).
2. Remove the battery pack.
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3. Press on the card slightly (
The card is pushed out (
).
).
• If you have difficulty removing the card, use the microSD card removal tool
provided. As shown in the illustration, hook the end of the tool under the projection
on the card to pull the card out.
4. Pull out the card and load the battery pack.
Important!
• A card must be inserted with the top and bottom properly aligned and in the
proper direction. Attempt in inserting it with an excessive force in incorrect
orientation can risk damage to the card and slot.
• Touching the connectors or IC area when installing the card could result in
damage to the card through soiling or an electrostatic charge.
• The battery pack will not be able to be properly installed if the card is not
properly installed. Reinstall the card properly if this happens.
• Since data recorded in the tablet may be lost if the battery pack is removed for
more than 10 minutes, complete the installation (or removing) of a card within
10 minutes.
• Never turn off the power or remove a card from the slot while the card is being
accessed. Doing so can damage the card or data in the card.
• Do not drop the card or lose it.
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Using SAM Cards
This tablet supports SAM cards.
The card slot is located in the battery pack compartment (see E-20, 21). Remove the
battery pack before inserting or removing a card.
Refer to pages 22 to 24 for information on “Loading and Removing the Battery Pack”.
Install (or remove) a card according to the procedure described below.
Installing
1. Make sure that the power on the tablet has been switched off. If the power is still on,
hold down the power button to switch off (see E-27).
2. Remove the battery pack.
3. Open the supporting cover.
4. Check that the card is the right way up and facing in the right direction, then match it
to the correct printed icon and push it into the slot.
• Insert the card so that the notch is on the front right corner.
5. Close the supporting cover and push the inserted card just above the cover.
• Push the card in fully until it clicks into place.
6. Load the battery pack.
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Removing
1. Make sure that the power on the tablet has been switched off. If the power is still on,
hold down the power button to switch off (see E-27).
2. Remove the battery pack.
3.Gently push the card in above the supporting cover (
The card is pushed out (
).
).
4. Pull the card out and close the supporting cover.
5. Load the battery pack.
Important!
• A card must be inserted with the top and bottom properly aligned and in the
proper direction. Attempt in inserting it with an excessive force in incorrect
orientation can risk damage to the card and slot.
• Touching the connectors or IC area when installing the card could result in
damage to the card through soiling or an electrostatic charge.
• The battery pack will not be able to be properly installed if the card is not
properly installed. Reinstall the card properly if this happens.
• Since data recorded in the tablet may be lost if the battery pack is removed for
more than 10 minutes, complete the installation (or removing) of a card within
10 minutes.
• Never turn off the power or remove a card from the slot while the card is being
accessed. Doing so can damage the card or data in the card.
• Do not drop the card or lose it.
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Using SIM Cards
This tablet supports SIM cards.
SIM cards may not be supported by some models. See E-21 for information on
compatible models.
The card slot is located in the battery pack compartment (see E-20, 21). Remove the
battery pack before inserting or removing a card.
Refer to pages 22 to 24 for information on “Loading and Removing the Battery Pack”.
Install (or remove) a card according to the procedure described below.
Installing
1. Make sure that the power on the tablet has been switched off. If the power is still on,
hold down the power button to switch off (see E-27).
2. Remove the battery pack.
3. Open the supporting cover.
4. Check that the card is the right way up and facing in the right direction, then match it
to the correct printed icon and push it into the slot.
• Insert the card so that the notch is on the front right corner.
5. Close the supporting cover and push the inserted card just above the cover.
• Push the card in fully until it clicks into place.
6. Load the battery pack.
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Removing
1. Make sure that the power on the tablet has been switched off. If the power is still on,
hold down the power button to switch off (see E-27).
2. Remove the battery pack.
3.Gently push the card in above the supporting cover (
The card is pushed out (
).
).
4. Pull the card out and close the supporting cover.
5. Load the battery pack.
Important!
• A card must be inserted with the top and bottom properly aligned and in the
proper direction. Attempt in inserting it with an excessive force in incorrect
orientation can risk damage to the card and slot.
• Touching the connectors or IC area when installing the card could result in
damage to the card through soiling or an electrostatic charge.
• The battery pack will not be able to be properly installed if the card is not
properly installed. Reinstall the card properly if this happens.
• Since data recorded in the tablet may be lost if the battery pack is removed for
more than 10 minutes, complete the installation (or removing) of a card within
10 minutes.
• Never turn off the power or remove a card from the slot while the card is being
accessed. Doing so can damage the card or data in the card.
• Do not drop the card or lose it.
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Handling SD Memory Cards
SD memory card can be installed in the SD memory card slot on the tablet.
Install (or remove) an SD memory card according to the procedure described below.
Installing
1. Open the cover of the SD memory card slot on the left side of the tablet ( ) and
insert an SD memory card all the way in until the top of the SD memory card aligns
with the entrance of the slot of the tablet ( ).
2. Close the cover of the SD memory card slot.
Important!
• An SD memory card must be inserted with the top and bottom properly aligned
and in the proper direction. Attempt in inserting it with an excessive force in
incorrect orientation can risk damage to the connectors and slot.
• Never turn off the power or remove an SD memory card from the slot while the
card is being accessed. Doing so can damage the SD memory card or data in the
card.
• The tablet cannot access the SD memory card while the cover of the SD memory
card slot is open. Always close the cover.
• Do not drop the card or lose it.
Removing
1. Open the cover of the SD memory card slot and press on the SD memory card
slightly ( ). The SD memory card is pushed out ( ).
2. Pull out the SD memory card and close the cover of the SD memory card slot.
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Handling the NFC Reader/Writer
NFC is a type of RFID (Radio Frequency Identification) technology that allows the data
in a device to be read simply by holding the device up to an NFC reader.
It can be used to read RFID tags used for controlling goods as well as contactless IC
cards used in applications such as employee identification. RFID tags and contactless
IC cards can be read from either the front or the back of the tablet.
Contactless IC Cards
1. Hold the contactless IC card up so that it is parallel with the tablet's reader portion.
Otherwise, you can hold the tablet up to the card.
RFID Tags
1. Hold the tablet up so that the reader portion is parallel with the RFID tag.
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Important!
Both contactless IC cards and RFID tags
• The NFC employs a low power radio wave which does not require regulatory
station license.
• Frequency band used by the NFC is 13.56 MHz. Secure a sufficient space
between V-T500 and other reader/writer located in the vicinity. Make sure also
that a radio station employs the same frequency band does not locate near by
prior to using V-T500.
• Read a contactless IC card or RFID tag by holding the tablet so that the reader
portion is flush against the card or tag.
• When holding up the tablet, take care not to strike the reader portion against
the card or tag.
• If the card or tag cannot be read, try moving the tablet back and forth or side to
side.
Contactless IC cards
• Metal objects near a contactless IC card will interfere with successful reading.
Take the card out of a wallet if the wallet is with metal object before applying it
to the reader portion.
• The card may not be read correctly if it is overlapped by one or more other
cards.
• Always keep the tablet away from your body when reading cards. Avoid facing
the tablet towards your body while using it.
RFID tags
• Metal objects near an RFID tag will interfere with successful reading. Move the
tag away from any nearby metal objects or use a tag designed for use with metal.
• The tag may not be read correctly if it is overlapped by one or more other tags.
Set up the tablet so that tags can be kept completely apart during reading.
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HDMI Connection
HDMI-compatible external devices can be connected to the tablet using a third-party
HDMI cable.
1. Make sure that the power on the tablet has been switched off. If the power is still on,
hold down the power button to switch off (see E-27).
2. Open the mini HDMI port cover on the left side of the tablet and connect the external
device using a third-party HDMI cable.
HDMI mini-connector
Important!
• Always turn the tablet off when connecting or disconnecting the cable.
• The settings for the connected external device should be as stipulated in the
instruction manual for that device.
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Resetting the Tablet
Resetting the tablet is the same as resetting a PC. Performing a reset causes all unsaved
RAM data to be lost that are in mid-course of inputting and editing, but data and
settings that are already stored in the FlashROM should be unaffected.
Perform a reset to restore normal operation whenever the tablet operates abnormally
due to misoperation or some other reason.
Use a pointed implement such as a mechanical pencil (with the lead retracted) to
press the reset switch on the back of the V-T500.
This starts the reset operation.
* Do not use a toothpick or pencil or other sharp object whose tip may break off the
reset switch.
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Chapter 3
Built-in Software
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Standard Accessories
Software List
Icon
Software
Camera
Browser
Email
Gallery
Music
Clock
Messaging
People
Calendar
Search
Calculator
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Camera
Shoots still images and movies.
➀
➁
➂
➃
➄
➅
➆
➀ Switch between rear camera and front camera
➁ Shutter
➂ Settings
➃ Zoom in/out
➄ Shoot panorama images
➅ Shoot video
➆ Shoot still images
■ Settings
You can use Settings to select the following modes for shooting images:
Flash mode, white balance, exposure, photography mode, camera settings
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Browser
You can use the Browser to view web pages, just as you do on a computer.
There is also the Job Browser app loaded onto the tablet.
➀➁
➃ ➄
➅
➂
➆➇➈
➀ Close tab
➁ Open new tab
➂ Show Menu
➃ Go to next/previous page
➄ Reload page
➅ Display/Enter URL
➆ Add bookmark
➇ Search
➈ Bookmarks list
■ Show menu
In the menu display, you can configure settings such as the following browser operations:
Reload (Stop), Next, New Tab, New Secret Tab, Share Page, Search in Page, Request
Desktop Site, Save for Reading Online, Page Info., Settings
■ Go to next/previous page
Moves to the next or previous page.
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Mail
Sends and receives email.
➁ ➂➃ ➄
➀
➀ Mail sorting folders
➁ Compose new email
➂ Search
➃ Send/Receive
➄ Settings
■ Search
Searches through your received email for any that match the specified keyword.
■ Send/Receive
Sends and receives email.
■ Settings
Use this to set your preferences for using email, including configuring your account
information, setting the frequency of email reception, setting up notifications and
configuring your server settings.
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Gallery
Allows you to view and organize your still images and movies.
In the initial screen, images are tiled according to the sort categories.
➀
➁ ➂
Camera
3
Camera
4
Camera
5
➃
➀ Sort category
➁ Launch Camera app
➂ Show menu
➃ Groupings for each sort category displayed as tiles.
■ Sort category
You can use this to sort the images displayed any of the following categories:
Albums, Location, Time, People, Tags
■ Show menu
In the menu display, you can configure settings such as the following gallery operations:
Select Album (select group), Use Offline, Update, Settings
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When you select a still image, the selected image appears in full-screen display.
➀
➁
➂ ➃
➄
➀ Return to list
➁ Share
➂ Delete
➃ Show menu
➄ Show list of images in group
■ Share
You can use the following functions to share images:
Bluetooth, Email
■ Show menu
The menu display allows you to configure the following settings for displaying and editing
images:
Slideshow, Edit, Trimming, Store, Details
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Music
Plays audio files.
➀
➁
➂
➃
➄
➀ Artists
➁ Albums
➂ Songs
➃ Playlists
➄ Now playing
■ Artists
Displays a list of the saved tracks for each artist.
If no artist information is registered, "Unknown artist" is displayed.
■ Albums
Displays a list of the saved tracks on each album.
■ Songs
Displays a list of saved tracks.
■ Playlists
Displays a list of grouped tracks (playlists).
■ Now playing
Displays the track currently being played.
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Clock
Allows you to configure the date/time display and set the alarm.
➀
➀ Set alarm
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Message
This is the Short Message Service (SMS) app.
This service is available on WAN models.
➀ ➁ ➂
➀ Compose new message
➁ Search
➂ Settings
■ Search
Searches through your messages for those that match the specified keyword.
■ Settings
Use this to set your preferences for using SMS, including how messages are saved,
configuring message reception and sending, and your settings for notifications.
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User
Use this to manage street and email addresses.
➀
➁ ➂ ➃ ➄
➀ Select display category
➁ Search
➂ Add new
➃ Edit current info.
➄ Show menu
■ Select display category
Use this to select one of the following as the items to be displayed:
Groups, All, Favorites
■ Show menu
Use the menu to specify any of the following operations for your information on people.
Share, Delete, Show contact info., Import/Export, Account
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Calendar
You can use the Calendar to manage your schedule and to store or check events.
The layout below shows the screen for the single-day display.
➀
➁ ➂ ➃
➀ Select display mode
➁ Show today
➂ Make a plan
➃ Show menu
■ Show menu
Use the menu to select any of the following calendar operations:
Update, Search, Show/Hide controls, Settings
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The layout below shows the screen for the one-week display.
The layout below shows the screen for the one-month display.
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Search
Searches on the web or in the tablet.
Items checked in the search settings will be searched.
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Calculator
Allows you to carry out arithmetic or scientific calculations.
➀
➀ Backspace
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Additional Accessories
Software List
Icon
Software
Adobe Reader
MemoText
MemoPaint
Job Browser
Voice Recorder
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Adobe Reader
Allows you to view PDF documents.
When you select a PDF document in File Manager, this software is used to display the
document.
➁ ➂ ➃ ➄
➀
➅
➀ Home screen
➁ Display mode
➂ Edit
➃ Share
➄ Search text
➅ Slide bar
■ Home screen
The Home screen shows the following menu items when you select a document to view:
Open Recent File, Document List, What's New
■ Display mode
The display modes allow you to select any of the following ways of viewing a document:
Continuous, Single-Page, Text Wrapping, Auto
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■ Edit
In documents that permit editing, you can carry out the following editing tasks:
Comments, Highlights, Strikethrough, Underscore, Add text, Freehand drawing,
Signature
■ Share
You can use the following functions to share documents:
Bluetooth, Email, Send for signing
■ Slide bar
You can move a page by sliding the bar.
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Memo Text
Provides display and editing functions for text memos.
When you select a text document in File Manager, this software is used to display the
document.
You can also launch this app and then use "Open File" to select and display any text file.
➀ ➁ ➂ ➃
➀ New
➁ Open file
➂ Save as
➃ Save
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Memo Paint
Provides display and editing functions for handwritten (image format) memos.
You can also launch this app and then use "Open File" to select and display any image (PNG or
JPG).
➀ ➁ ➂ ➃ ➄ ➅
➆
➇
➀ New
➁ Open file
➂ Save as
➃ Save
➄ Rotate image
➅ Undo
➆ Line thickness
➇ Line color for fingerpainting
➈ Line color for Digitizer Pen
■ Rotate image
Rotates the displayed image 90° clockwise.
■ Undo
Cancels the last operation performed.
This allows you to undo just the last action you took.
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➈
■ Line thickness
Specifies one of the following as the line thickness:
1, 2, 4, 6, 8, 10, 20 or 30 pixels
■ Line color for fingerpainting
Specifies one of the following as the line color for fingerpainting:
Black, blue, cyan, gray, green, red, magenta, yellow, white
■ Line color for Digitizer Pen
Specifies one of the following as the line color for the Digitizer Pen:
Black, blue, cyan, gray, green, red, magenta, yellow, white
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Job Browser
The Job Browser is separate from the standard Android browser and allows you to limit the
standard browser functions.
Unlike the standard browser, you can apply the following limitations:
• Restrict displayed items
Prevents the user from accessing displayed buttons and the address bar.
• Specify browsed domains
Restricts the hosts that can be browsed.
• Priority specification
The settings in the settings file take priority over the settings specified in the Job Browser
settings screen.
Apart from the restrictions, the Job Browser is identical to the standard Android browser.
Sample setting: Where the browsed site is restricted to “www.casio.com”
If a URL other than www.casio.com is entered (“www.google.com” in this screenshot),
a pop-up (Toast) warning message appears and access to the site is blocked.
Enter URL
Connection disabled warning
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Voice Recorder
Provides recording and playback functions for voice memos.
Screen at startup
➀
➁
➀ Show playback list
➁ Record
Screen during recording
➂
➂ Stop
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Screen during playback
➃
➃ Pause
Screen when playback ends
➄
➄ Play
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■ Show playback list
Shows a list of the data recorded so far.
Files are saved in the “Recorder_YYMMDD_HHMMSS.amr” format.
During recording, the Show Playback List button ➀ changes to the Stop button ➂.
■ Record
Recording starts when you press the Record button ➁.
To stop recording, press the Stop button ➂.
■ Playback
When you select a file from the playback list, the selected audio file is played.
To pause playback, press the Pause button ➃.
When playback ends, the Pause button ➃ changes to the Play button ➄.
To play the file again, press the Play button ➄.
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Settings
Software List
Icon
Software
Settings
If administrator authentication is enabled, the screen below appears requesting the administrator
password used at startup.
See "Security Settings" (E-85) for information on how to set up administrator authentication.
Enter the administrator password and then click "OK".
If you are already logged in as a user with system setting privileges, the authentication screen
is not displayed even if administrator authentication is enabled.
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Wireless and Network Settings
You can configure and manage your connections to devices and networks using Wi-Fi,
Bluetooth, mobile networks and USB connections.
You can also configure the connection between the tablet and a virtual private network (VPN),
connect to other devices or the Internet via your tablet's data communications functions, or
switch the tablet's Airplane Mode so that all wireless communication is disabled.
Item
Description
Wi-Fi
Enables/disables Wi-Fi.
Bluetooth
Enables/disables Bluetooth.
Data use
Checks the data communication settings and
the amount of data used.
Other
Airplane Mode
Enables/disables the tablet's Airplane Mode.
VPN
Configures VPN.
Tethering and portable
access points
Configures tethering (access points,
communication methods, etc.)
NFC
Enables/disables NFC.
Android Beam
Configures data transfer with other NFCcompatible devices.
Wi-Fi Direct
Enables/disables Wi-Fi Direct.
Wi-Fi Direct (Peer2Peer)
Configures peer-to-peer connections.
Mobile network
Configures mobile networks.
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Terminal
You can specify the sound and display settings and check the status of your storage, battery and
apps.
Item
Sound
Display
Description
Volume
Sets the volume for the speakers and for
notifications and alarms, etc.
Default alert tone
Sets the default alert tone.
Vibration and ring tone
Enables/disables vibration and ring tones.
Touchscreen tone
Enables/disables the touchscreen operation tone.
Screen lock tone
Enables/disables the screen lock tone.
Touchscreen vibration
Enables/disables touchscreen vibration.
Screen brightness
Sets the screen brightness.
Wallpaper
Sets the wallpaper.
Screen auto-rotate
Enables/disables automatic screen rotation.
Sleep
Sets the delay until the tablet goes to sleep.
Font size
Sets the font size.
Storage
Allows you to check the amount of storage used
and the available capacity.
Battery
Allows you to check the battery charge level and
the remaining battery use time.
Backup Battery
Checks the level of charge in the backup battery.
You can select the item to be backed up (memory
or clock).
Apps
Allows you to check the apps loaded on the
tablet.
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User Settings
The user settings relate to how the tablet is used and what it is used for, and include various
security settings.
Item
Description
Sync to account
Configures synchronizing accounts between apps.
Location
information
service
Google location
information service
GPS function
Security
Screen lock
Owner information
Tablet encryption
Specifies whether apps are permitted to identify
your current location using Wi-Fi or mobile
network data.
Specifies whether apps are permitted to identify
your current location using GPS.
Sets the authentication method used to unlock
the screen.
Configures the owner information display for
screen lock.
Encrypts data stored in the tablet.
SIM card lock setting
Specifies whether a PIN code must be entered
to use the tablet.
Show password
Specifies whether the password characters are
displayed briefly when the password is entered.
Tablet administrator
Displays a list of apps that have been granted
device administrator privileges for the tablet.
Supplier-unknown apps
Specifies whether apps with unknown suppliers
are permitted to install on the tablet.
Trusted authentication data Displays trusted CA certificates.
Install from SD card
Installs certificates from SD cards.
Clear stored authentication Deletes all the certificates.
Language and
input
Language
Sets the language used.
Spellchecker
Enables/disables the spellchecker and selects
the dictionary used.
Stores a custom dictionary.
Custom dictionary
Keyboard and input
method
Read aloud output
Pointer speed
Pointer method
Backup & reset Reset data
Configures the keyboard and character input
method.
Selects the audio engine used and sets the
speed at which text is read aloud.
Sets the mouse pointer speed.
Specifies the input method used (finger + pen,
finger only, pen only).
Erases all the data stored in the tablet.
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System
This specifies the date and time and the settings for developers.
Item
Date & time
Description
Date and time auto set
Set date
Specifies whether the date and time are set
automatically.
Specifies whether the time zone is set
automatically.
Sets the date.
Set time
Sets the time.
Time zone auto set
Select time zone
Sets the time zone.
24-hour display
Specifies whether 24-hour display is used.
Date format
Sets the date format.
User assistance Large text size
Screen auto-rotate
Read password aloud
Repeat delay
USB debug
Development tablet ID
Displays the tablet ID.
Disable Sleep mode
Enables/disables Sleep mode.
Permit fake locations
Specifies whether fake locations are permitted.
HDCP check
Configures how HDCP (a digital copyright
management technology) checking operates.
Sets the full-backup password.
PC backup password
Enable strict mode
Pointer position
Show tap
Show screen refresh
Show CPU use
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Specifies whether the screen is rotated
automatically.
Specifies whether the password is read aloud.
Sets the delay until holding down a key repeats
an action.
Specifies whether web script installation is
permitted.
Specifies whether USB debugging is used.
Install web script
Developer
options
Specifies whether a large text size is used.
Specifies whether the screen flashes to alert you
if processing times are too long.
Specifies whether tap event information
(coordinates) are displayed.
Specifies whether a marker is displayed where
you tap the screen.
Specifies whether areas in the screen where the
display is updated flash.
Specifies whether the current CPU use rate is
displayed.
Item
Developer
options
Description
Use GPU rendering
Window animation scale
Transition animation scale
Legal information
Adjusts the animation speed when components
are switched.
Specifies whether apps are terminated
immediately
Sets an upper limit on the number of
background processes.
Specifies whether you are notified if
background apps do not respond.
Displays the tablet status (battery, networks,
etc.).
Displays licenses.
Model No.
Displays the tablet model number.
Android version
Displays the Android version information.
Baseband version
Displays the baseband version information.
Kernel version
Displays the kernel version information.
Build No.
Displays the build number.
Do not save activity
Limit on background
processes
Show all ANR
Tablet
information
Specifies whether 2D hardware acceleration is
used.
Adjusts the window animation speed.
Tablet status
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Operation Support Tools
Software List
Icon
Software
Job Menu
Login settings
Job User Editor
Security Settings
AntiBurglar
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Job Menu
As well as user identification using NFC or passwords, ActiveMenu also provides a menu
system capable of representing a menu tree with up to 5 levels.
This menu system runs as the home application, and you can display this menu whenever you
press the Home key.
User authentication screen (using RFID authentication)
Number of tries left
To password
authentication screen
User authentication screen (using password authentication)
Number of tries left
Password input
Begin
authentication
Clear entered text
To RFID
authentication screen
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* At shipment from the factory, the authentication method is set to "none". To use
authentication, select the authentication method in the Login Authentication Setting Tool.
* The user shown below is registered at shipment.
User name: CASIO
Password: casio
Menu screen
Current menu level
Menu level history
Login user name
Current level menu options
Menu level history
Return to previous
level button
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Login Authentication Setting Tool
Configures the operation of the user authentication screen.
➀
➁
➂
➃
Item
Description
➀ Authentication method
RFID > PASSWORD: The RFID authentication screen
appears first.
PASSWORD > RFID: The password authentication screen
appears first.
PASSWORD ONLY: Only the password authentication
screen appears.
None: Authentication is not used.
➁ Permitted number of
Sets the permitted number of consecutive failures.
A number between 0 and 99 can be set. If 0 is set, there is no limit
on the number of incorrect tries and the number of tries left is not
shown at the top of the screen.
Once the permitted number of consecutive incorrect authentications
is reached, the tablet reverts to the factory default status.
➂ Authentication notification
➃ RFID device settings
Sounds a tone when authentication succeeds or fails.
incorrect authentications
Configures the RFID device types to be scanned.
* After changing the settings, turn the power off (shut down).
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Account Edit Tool
Edits users.
This tool allows you to manage up to 10,000 user accounts, and allows only those users who
have been granted system setting privileges to add new accounts and to grant, edit and delete
system setting privileges.
Account information
Exit tool
Add new account
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Confirm edited information
Security Settings
Set the password for the administrator.
The password for the administrator is used for authentication for using a secure function.
It is also possible to set whether the user data should be deleted when authentication fails.
If administrator authentication is enabled, the screen below appears requesting the administrator
password used at startup.
Enter the administrator password and then click "OK".
If you are already logged in as a user with system setting privileges, the authentication screen
is not displayed even if administrator authentication is enabled.
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Theft Protection
This allows you to have the tablet emit a loud warning tone when it is removed from the
charger (Ethernet Cradle or Cradle-type Battery Charger) and that removal constitutes theft.
■ Enable Theft Protection (Lock)
To use the Theft Protection function, enter the PIN code twice.
Enter the 4-digit PIN code (first time)
➀
➁
➃
➂
➀ Shows the entered PIN code.
➁ Keys for input
➂ Confirms entered PIN code.
➃ Exit this app (Theft Protection is not set).
Enter the 4-digit PIN code (second time)
When a similar reconfirmation screen appears, enter the PIN code again.
➄
➄ Enables the Theft Protection function.
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■ Disable Theft Protection (Unlock)
To disable the Theft Protection function, launch this app when the Theft Protection function is
enabled and enter the 4-digit PIN code.
■ When theft is detected (when the tablet is removed from the charger)
The screen shown above automatically appears. Enter the 4-digit PIN code.
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System Operation Tools
Software List
Icon
Software
File Manager
WLAN Tool
Backup/Restore
Copy Devices
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File Manager
Provides file management functions.
You can select the storage in the pane on the left side of the screen and a list for that directory
is then shown on the right of the screen.
When you select a folder from the directory list, the content of the selected folder is then listed.
When you select a file from a directory listing, the app associated with that file type (e.g.
browser) launches.
➀
➀ Settings menu
■ Settings menu
Use the Settings menu to configure the following:
New, Sorting, Display mode, Edit, Search, Properties
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When you press and hold on an item in the directory listing, the menu of editing actions
appears.
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WLAN Tool
In the user operating environment, this tool allows you to check the wireless LAN signal status.
➀
➁
➂
➃
➀ Settings menu
➁ Output the signal strength history log file
➂ Release/Renew own IP address
➃ Ping specified terminal
■ Settings menu
Use the Settings menu to configure the following:
➀ Ping Settings
➁ Environment Settings
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Backup Tool
Use this to backup and restore tablet data.
Backup screen
➀
➃
➁
➂
➄
➀ Backup menu
➁ Restore menu
➂ Option settings menu
➃ Checkboxes for selecting items to be backed up
➄ Start backup.
■ Backup menu
Transitions to the Backup screen.
■ Restore menu
Transitions to the Restore screen.
■ Option settings menu
Transitions to the Option Settings screen.
■ Checkboxes for selecting items to be backed up
Select the items for which data will be backed up.
■ Start backup.
Backs up the data for the items selected in ➃.
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Restore screen
➀
➁
➀ Checkboxes for selecting items to be restored
➁ Start restore
■ Checkboxes for selecting items to be restored
Select the items for which data will be restored.
■ Start restore
Restores the data saved in the location specified in "Option settings".
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Option settings screen
➀
➀ Data save location buttons
■ Data save location buttons
Use these to select the location where backup/restore data is saved.
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Copy Devices
You can make a copy of a master terminal efficiently by transferring the master terminal
backup data to a slave terminal and then restoring that data.
➀
➀ Settings menu
■ Settings menu
Use the Settings menu to configure the following:
Network port number
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Demo Tools
Software List
Icon
Software
NFC Demo
Barcode Scanner
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NFC Demo
Allows you to check the type and ID of a scanned NFC card.
➀
➁
➂
➀ Card type
➁ Enumeration data obtained from Android SDK
➂ Clears the card type and ID display
■ Card type
Based on the description in ➁, one of the following is displayed:
Displayed information
NFC-A (ISO 14443-3A) [MIFARE Classic]
NFC-A (ISO 14443-3A) [MIFARE Ultralight]
NFC-A (ISO 14443-3A)
NFC-B (ISO 14443-3B)
NFC-F (JIS 6319-4) [FeliCa]
TAG (ISO 15693)
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Barcode Scanner
Scans barcodes.
Barcode scanning screen
➀
➀ Barcode preview area
■ Barcode preview area
Position the tablet so that the barcode to be scanned appears in this area.
When the tablet scans the barcode, it emits a short beep and transitions to the barcode data
display screen on the next page.
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Barcode data display screen
➀
➀ Barcode data display
■ Barcode data display
Displays an image of the scanned barcode and the information for that barcode.
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Chapter 4
Options (Sold Separately)
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Using the Digitizer Pen
You can use the optional Digitizer Pen to work on the tablet's touch-panel.
General Guide
Quick Button 1*
Pen Tip
Quick Button 2*
Strap Hole
Cap
* The functions of quick buttons 1 and 2 differ depending on the application
specifications.
Bundled Items
AAAA Battery
Strap
Pen Holder
Secured to the mount
on the upper rear of the
tablet (see E-20, 21)
using screws. Cannot
be attached at the same
time as the screen cover
(see E-107).
Attach to the strap hole
on the pen.
Pen Tip (replaceable)
Fitting the Battery
1. Turn the cap counterclockwise to remove.
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2. Insert the battery with the positive (+) terminal towards the tip of the pen.
3. Turn the cap clockwise to secure.
Using the Digitizer Pen
Tap: Lightly touch the tip of the pen against the touch-panel.
Sketching characters and lines: Sketch characters and lines by holding the tip of the pen
against the touch-panel and sliding it lightly over the surface.
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Important!
• Do not tap the Digitizer Pen too strongly against the touch-panel.
• Pens other than the dedicated Digitizer Pen cannot be used.
Replacing the Pen Tip
The tip of the pen will wear out over time. Replace the tip as follows.
1. Grasp the tip of the pen and pull it gently out from the end of the pen.
2. Insert the new pen tip.
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Handling the Hand Belt
The optional hand belt can be attached to the tablet.
If you also plan to attach the neck strap, attach the neck strap first (see E-106).
Attaching
1. Feed the ends of the 4 hand belt straps through the mounts on each corner of the
back of the tablet. Then fold the straps back over, adjust the length as appropriate and
fasten them in place using the Velcro fasteners.
Important!
• Pulling on the hand belt with excessive force could cause damage.
• Unclip the hand belt before opening the battery pack cover.
Velcro fastener
Release button
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Attaching the Neck Strap
The optional neck strap can be used to prevent the tablet from fall when carrying it
around. Four strap mounts are provided. Use whichever 2 mounts provide greatest ease
of use.
If you also plan to attach the hand belt (see E-105), attach the neck strap first.
Attach the neck strap according to the procedure described below.
1. Press the neck strap release buttons and pull apart the buckles on each end of the
strap.
2. Feed the fine looped cords on each strap end through the corner strap mounts on the
back of the tablet and then feed the strap end buckle through the loop.
3. Fit the two ends of the main neck strap into the respective strap end buckles. Adjust
the length as necessary.
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Using the Screen Cover
An optional screen cover can be fitted to the tablet to protect the display.
The screen cover can also be used as a stand when using the tablet.
If the pen holder for the Digitizer Pen is fitted to the tablet (see E-102), remove it. The
Digitizer Pen can be kept in the screen cover's pen holder.
Attaching the Screen Cover
1. Fasten the screen cover to the mount holes on upper rear of the tablet (see E-20, 21)
using the 2 screws fitted to the screen cover.
2. Close the cover so that it fits snugly against the display and fix in place by pulling the
rubber bands around the back of the tablet.
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Using the Screen Cover as a Stand
1. Disengage the rubber bands from the tablet, open the cover and place it on a desktop
or other flat surface.
2. Turn the tablet so that it faces forwards and fit the bottom into the notch in the cover
to fix it in place.
Notch
Important!
• The screws cannot be removed from the screen cover.
• The screen cover is a synthetic leather product, so any moisture on the cover
should be immediately be wiped off gently with a soft, dry cloth.
Note also that it is sensitive to heat and should not be used close to a fire or
similar location.
• Do not hold the tablet by the screen cover alone while the rubber bands are not
fastened around the tablet. Doing so could damage the screen cover.
• When fitting the tablet into the cradle, lift up the screen cover slightly so that the
tablet fits securely into the cradle.
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Using the Ethernet Cradle (HA-M62IO)
The optionally available Ethernet Cradle (HA-M62IO) makes it possible to
transmit system data and file data between the tablet and a PC via a USB or LAN
connection (download or upload). You can also use the Ethernet Cradle to charge
the battery pack installed in the tablet.
General Guide
Top
Front
1
2
Right
Back
7
3
4
8
5 6 9 10
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1
Communication/
Power Supply
Terminals
Power is supplied to the V-T500 via these terminals. Also used
for communication with the V-T500.
2
Power Indicator
LED
Off: Power off.
Red: Power on, V-T500 is not installed
Green: Power on, V-T500 mounted correctly
3
Power Switch
Turns the power on and off.
4
AC Adaptor Jack
Connect the AC adaptor (sold separately) here.
5
Selector Switch
This switch is used to switch between a USB connection and a
LAN connection.
LAN: LAN
A: USB host
B: USB client
6
LAN Port
This port is used for connecting the cradle to a PC or hub via a
LAN cable so that system data and file data can be transmitted
(uploaded or downloaded).
The special driver software must be installed in the V-T500.
7
LAN
Communication
Status LED
This LED shows the LAN operation status.
Off: No communication.
Blinking: Communication in progress.
8
LAN Connection
Status LED
This LED shows the status of the LAN connection.
Off: LAN cable not connected correctly.
Lit orange: LAN cable connected correctly.
9
USB Host Port
This port is used to connect a corresponding USB peripheral
device.
10 USB Client Port
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This port is used to transmit system data and file data (download,
upload) by connecting the Ethernet Cradle to a PC using a USB
cable. The dedicated driver must be installed in the PC before
connecting the Ethernet Cradle to the PC.
Connecting the Ethernet Cradle Power Supply
Use the optional AC adaptor (AD-S36120A-N) for the power supply of the Ethernet
Cradle. Always make sure to connect the AC adaptor to the Ethernet Cradle before
performing communication with the tablet. Power to the tablet is supplied from the
Ethernet Cradle.
1. Plug the AC adaptor into the AC adaptor jack on the back of the Ethernet Cradle.
DC IN 12V
2. After connecting the power cable to the AC adaptor, plug the other end of it into an
electrical outlet.
3. Use the selector switch on the back of the Ethernet Cradle to select the port to be
used. Set the switch to the “LAN” position when using the LAN port on the cradle.
Set the switch to the “B” position when using the unit as a USB client, or set it to the
“A” position when using the unit as a USB host.
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4. Before using the cradle ports, remove the caps from the ports.
When using a LAN, connect one end of the LAN cable to the LAN port and the other
end to the PC or hub.
When using a USB connection, connect one end of the USB cable to the USB client
port and the other end to the PC.
The USB host port is used for connecting the cradle with other USB peripheral device.
PC or hub
PC
5. Turn on the power switch on the right side of the Ethernet Cradle. The power
indicator LED on the front of the Ethernet Cradle lights red.
6. Hold the V-T500 so that the bottom faces downwards and fit it into the Ethernet
Cradle so that the mount hooks in the cradle engage the mount holes in the V-T500.
The power indicator LED on the front of the Ethernet Cradle will light green if the
V-T500 has been properly mounted.
Hole
Hook
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■ Status of Charge LED on V-T500:
Orange:
Red:
Charging (battery level at 6% or more)
Battery level down to 0-5%
(until a level of 5%, tablet will not start up)
Battery pack error
Blinking red: Standby due to being outside the temperature range for charging
(charging begins when the temperature is within the charging temperature range)
Green:
Charging complete
* If, after 30 minutes or more at normal temperature, you plug the AC adaptor in again
and the charge LED is still red or off, there is a fault. Immediately stop using the
product and contact the dealer or distributor where you purchased the product, or an
authorized CASIO service provider.
* If the remaining battery change is 5% or less when the AC adaptor is connected
correctly, the charge LED turns off for approximately 0.5 seconds and then lights red.
Important !
• Never short out the communication/power supply terminals of the Ethernet
Cradle. This can damage the Ethernet Cradle.
• Allowing the communication/power supply terminals become wet can cause an
electric shock or fire. In addition, if the terminals become soiled, contact may
be impaired resulting in poor charging. For reasons of safety and maintaining
charging battery pack(s) in optimum condition, clean the communication/power
supply terminals by wiping with a dry cloth or cotton swab after disconnecting
the AC adaptor.
• Do not subject the tablet and Ethernet Cradle to vibration or impact during
communication. This can cause communication to be interrupted.
• When placing the V-T500 into the cradle, make sure that it is seated properly
and that the power indicator LED at the front of the Ethernet Cradle is lit in
green. Charging and communication will not proceed properly if the tablet is not
seated properly.
• The USB Mini-B port on the tablet cannot be used while the tablet is fitted into
the Ethernet Cradle.
• Always cap ports that are not being used. Using the Ethernet Cradle while the
ports are uncapped can cause damage.
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Using the Cradle-type Battery Charger (HA-M30CHG)
The optionally available Cradle-type Battery Charger (HA-M30CHG) lets you charge
the battery pack installed in the tablet simply by placing the tablet onto the charger.
General Guide
Top
Front
2
1
Right
Back
3
4
1
Power Supply
Terminals
Power is supplied to the V-T500 via these terminals.
2
Power Indicator
LED
Off: Power off
Red: Power on, V-T500 is not installed
Green: Power on, V-T500 mounted correctly
3
Power Switch
Turns the power on and off.
4
AC Adaptor Jack
Connect the AC adaptor (sold separately) here.
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Connecting the Cradle-type Battery Charger Power Supply
Use the optional AC adaptor (AD-S36120A-N) for the power supply of the Cradle-type
Battery Charger.
1. Plug the AC adaptor into the AC adaptor jack on the back of the Cradle-type Battery Charger.
DC IN 12V
2. After connecting the power cable to the AC adaptor, plug the other end of it into an
electrical outlet.
3. Turn on the power switch on the right side of the Cradle-type Battery Charger. The
power indicator LED on the front of the Cradle-type Battery Charger lights red.
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4. Hold the V-T500 so that the bottom faces downwards and fit it into the Cradle-type
Battery Charger so that the mount hooks in the charger engage the mount holes in the
V-T500.
The power indicator LED on the front of the Cradle-type Battery Charger will light
green if the V-T500 has been properly mounted.
Hole
Hook
■ Status of Charge LED on V-T500:
Orange:
Red:
Charging (battery level at 6% or more)
Battery level down to 0-5%
(until a level of 5%, tablet will not start up)
Battery pack error
Blinking red: Standby due to being outside the temperature range for charging
(charging begins when the temperature is within the charging temperature range)
Green:
Charging complete
* If, after 30 minutes or more at normal temperature, you plug the AC adaptor in again
and the charge LED is still red or off, there is a fault. Immediately stop using the
product and contact the dealer or distributor where you purchased the product, or an
authorized CASIO service provider.
* If the remaining battery change is 5% or less when the AC adaptor is connected
correctly, the charge LED turns off for approximately 0.5 seconds and then lights red.
Important !
• Never short out the power supply terminals of the Cradle-type Battery Charger.
This can damage the Cradle-type Battery Charger.
• Allowing the power supply terminals become wet can cause an electric shock
or fire. In addition, if the terminals become soiled, contact may be impaired
resulting in poor charging. For reasons of safety and maintaining charging
battery pack(s) in optimum condition, clean the power supply terminals by
wiping with a dry cloth or cotton swab after disconnecting the AC adaptor.
• When placing the V-T500 into the charger, make sure that it is seated properly
and that the power indicator LED at the front of the Cradle-type Battery
Charger is lit in green. Charging and communication will not proceed properly
if the tablet is not seated properly.
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Using the Dual Battery Charger (HA-M32DCHG)
The optionally available dual battery charger (HA-M32DCHG) can be used to
simultaneously charge two battery packs.
General Guide
Left
Top
2
3
1
Bottom
Back
1
4
5
Bundled Items
Connecting Bracket
2 Connecting Screws
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1
Dual Battery
Use this port to connect multiple Dual Battery Chargers to each
Charger Connection other.
Port
2
Charge Indicator
Lamp
This lamp indicates the charge status of the battery pack(s).
Off: Not charging
Orange: Charging
Red: Battery pack problem or standby due to the surrounding
temperature being beyond the specified temperature range
(Approximately 0°- 40°C) (charging resumes when the
temperature reaches the range.)
Green: Charging complete
3
Power Contacts
Power is supplied to the battery packs via these contacts.
4
AC Adaptor Jack
This is used to supply power by connecting the AC adaptor (sold
separately).
5
Connecting Bracket The connecting bracket attaches here when you connect multiple
Attachment Holes
Dual Battery Chargers to each other.
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Charging a Battery Pack
Use the optionally available AC adaptor (AD-S90190C-N5) for the power supply of the
Dual Battery Charger.
1. Plug the cord from the AC adaptor into the AC adaptor jack of the Dual Battery
Charger. With the engraved side upwards, push the connector firmly into the jack
until it clicks into place.
2. Plug one end of power cord into the AC adaptor and the other end to a wall outlet.
3. Check the orientation of the battery pack and then push it in until the mount hooks on
the Dual Battery Charger engage the mount lugs on the battery.
This causes the Charge Indicator Lamp to light in orange, indicating that charging has
started.
Lug
Hook
■ Charge Indicator Lamp
Off:
Orange:
Red:
Green:
Not charging
Charging
Battery pack problem or standby due to the surrounding
temperature being beyond the specified temperature range
(Approximately 0°- 40°C) (charging resumes when the
temperature reaches the range.)
Charging complete
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Connecting Multiple Dual Battery Chargers
You can connect up to three Dual Battery Chargers. Doing so makes it possible to
supply power to all the Dual Battery Chargers using one dedicated AC adaptor.
1. As shown in the illustrations below, remove the connector covers of the Dual Battery
Chargers you want to connect to each other.
Connector cover
2. Connect the two Dual Battery Chargers as shown below.
3. Turn over the connected Dual Battery Chargers and attach a connecting bracket,
securing it in place with screws.
You can repeat the above steps to connect up to 3 Dual Battery Chargers.
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Important !
• Allowing the power contacts become wet can cause an electric shock or fire. In
addition, if the contacts become soiled, contact may be impaired resulting in
poor charging. For reasons of safety and maintaining charging battery pack(s)
in optimum condition, clean the power contacts by wiping with a dry cloth or
cotton swab after disconnecting the AC adaptor.
• Although the battery may become warm during charging, this is normal and
does not indicate a malfunction.
• Do not place objects such as a cover over the battery charger while charging.
• Do not remove the battery pack or disconnect the AC adaptor during charging.
• Repeated “Mounting and Removing” of battery pack in excess of times may
cause the quality deterioration of the battery pack.
• Each Dual Battery Charger comes with one connecting bracket.
• Since only one connecting bracket is required when you connect two Dual
Battery Chargers, you will always have one left over.
• Simply keep the other connecting bracket on hand as an extra, in case you ever
need it.
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Using the AC Adaptor (AD-S36120A-N)
With the option AC adaptor (AD-S36120A-N) directly connected to the tablet,
battery pack installed in the tablet can be charged. Follow the steps below.
1. Plug in the cord from the AC adaptor to the DC Jack on V-T500.
2. Plug in one end of power cord to the AC adaptor and the other end to a wall outlet.
As soon as charging starts, charge LED on the V-T500 lights orange. After charging
is complete, it lights green.
■ Status of Charge LED on V-T500:
Orange:
Red:
Charging (battery level at 6% or more)
Battery level down to 0-5%
(until a level of 5%, tablet will not start up)
Battery pack error
Blinking red: Standby due to being outside the temperature range for charging
(charging begins when the temperature is within the charging temperature range)
Green:
Charging complete
* If, after 30 minutes or more at normal temperature, you plug the AC adaptor in again
and the charge LED is still red or off, there is a fault. Immediately stop using the
product and contact the dealer or distributor where you purchased the product, or an
authorized CASIO service provider.
* If the remaining battery change is 5% or less when the AC adaptor is connected
correctly, the charge LED turns off for approximately 0.5 seconds and then lights red.
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Chapter 5
Specifications
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V-T500 Tablet Specifications
Item
Classification
Details
Model
V-T500-E, V-T500-GE
CPU
OMAP 4460 1.5 GHz Dual core
Platform
Android 4.0
Memory
RAM
1 GB
FROM
16 GB
Display
Bluetooth®
WLAN
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10.1-inch, WXGA (1280 x 800), LED-backlit
TFT color LCD
Protocol
Bluetooth®Specification Ver.4.0 (Class2)
Communication Range
Approximately 5 m (16'47/8") (depends on radio
wave conditions and environment)
Output
4 dBm max
Standards
IEEE 802.11a/b/g/n
Diffusion Modulation
IEEE 802.11a/g/n:
OFDM (Orthogonal Frequency Division
Multiplexing)
IEEE 802.11b:
DSSS (Direct Sequence Spread Spectrum)
Frequency
IEEE 802.11a/n: 5.18 - 5.70 GHz
IEEE 802.11b/g/n: 2.400 - 2.4835 GHz
Communication Range
IEEE 802.11a/n (5 GHz band): 30 m indoors,
150 m outdoors
IEEE 802.11b/g/n (2.4 GHz band): 50 m indoors,
150 m outdoors
(varies according to usage environment and
transmission rate)
No. of Channels
IEEE 802.11a/n:
W52: 4
W53: 4
W56: 11(where n is the 5 GHz band)
IEEE 802.11b: 14
IEEE 802.11g/n: 13 (where n is the 2.4 GHz
band)
*There are prohibitive channels in some
countries. So please refer the country’s standard.
Item
Classification
Details
WLAN
Output
IEEE 802.11a:
Minimum 12 dBm; Typical 13.5 dBm (for 54
Mbps communication)
IEEE 802.11b:
Minimum 17 dBm; Typical 18 dBm (for 11 Mbps
communication)
IEEE 802.11g:
Minimum 12 dBm; Typical 14 dBm (for 54 Mbps
communication)
IEEE 802.11n:
Minimum 11 dBm; Typical 12.5 dBm (for 72
Mbps communication)
Other Functions
Roaming function among multiple access points
Frequency Band
13.56 MHz ±7 kHz
Antenna
Magnetic Loop Antenna
Operating Magnetic
Field
Magnetic Length Output: 1.5 A/m or greater (in
contact with the case)
Bit Rate
ISO14443 Type A: 106 kbps
ISO14443 Type B: 106 kbps
Felica: 212 kbps, 424 kbps
ISO15693: 1.65 kbps
Modulation
Amplitude Shift Keying
Modulation Degree
10% degree, 100% degree
Communication Range
ISO14443 Type A/B, Felica:
0 mm (in contact with the rear side)
ISO15693:
0 mm (in contact with the rear side) to max. 50 mm
Communication Area
15 mm × 15 mm (card/tag type dependent)
Supported Cards
ISO14443TypeA, ISO14443TypeB, FeliCa,
ISO15693 (card dependent)
Standard
UMTS/W-CDMA: 3GPP release99HSDPA:
3GPP release5
Communication
Function
Packet data
Data Transmission
Downlink: 14.4 MbpsUplink: 5.76 Mbps
Modulation Scheme
UMTS/HSDPA/HSUPA
NFC
WCDMA
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Item
Classification
Details
WCDMA
Signal Type
Band I: 4M19F9W
Band V: 4M19F9W
Band VI: 4M19F9W
Band VIII: 4M15F9W
Supported Bands
Band I:
Uplink: 1920 - 1980 MHz
Downlink: 2110 - 2170 MHz
Band V:
Uplink: 824 - 849 MHz
Downlink: 869 - 894 MHz
Band VI:
Uplink: 830 - 840 MHz
Downlink: 875 - 885 MHz
Band VIII:
Uplink: 880 - 915 MHz
Downlink: 925 - 965 MHz
No. of Channels
Band I: 277
Band V: 108
Band VI: 29
Band VIII: 152
Channel Interval
Band I: 190 MHz
Band V: 45 MHz
Band VI: 45 MHz
Band VIII: 45 MHz
Channel Bandwidth
Band I: 60 × 2 MHz
Band V: 25 × 2 MHz
Band VI: 10 × 2 MHz
Band VIII: 35 × 2 MHz
Module Output
24 dBm
Standard
3GPP release99
Communication
Function
Packet data
Data Transmission
Uplink: 236.8kbps
Downlink: 236.8kbps
GSM
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Item
Classification
Details
GSM
Modulation Scheme
GSM/GPRS/EDGE
GSM850:
248KGXW (GPRS), 248KG7W
(EDGE)EGSM900:
248KGXW (GPRS), 248KG7W
(EDGE)DCS1800:
374248KGXW (GPRS), 248KG7W
(EDGE)PCS1900:
248KGXW (GPRS), 248KG7W (EDGE)
Supported Bands
GSM850:
Uplink: 824 - 849 MHz
Downlink: 869 - 894 MHz
EGSM900:
Uplink: 880 - 915 MHz
Downlink: 925 - 960 MHz
DCS1800:
Uplink: 1710 - 1785 MHz
Downlink: 1805 - 1880 MHz
PCS1900:
Uplink: 1850 - 1910 MHz
Downlink: 1930 - 1990 MHz
No. of Channels
GSM850: 124
EGSM900: 174
DCS1800: 374
PCS1900: 299
Channel Interval
GSM850: 45 MHz
EGSM900: 45 MHz
DCS1800: 95 MHz
PCS1900: 80 MHz
Channel Bandwidth
GSM850: 25 × 2 MHz
EGSM900: 35 × 2 MHz
DCS1800: 75 × 2 MHz
PCS1900: 60 × 2 MHz
Module Output
33 dBm (850/900 MHz bands
30 dBm (1800/1900 MHz bands)
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Item
Classification
Details
GPS
General Specifications
16-channel receiver, L1 1575.42 MHz, C/A code
Position Measurement
Method
Standalone-GPS (S-GPS)
Sensitivity
Acquisition sensitivity: -146 dBmTracking
sensitivity: -162 dBm
Standard
ISO 7816 IC Card standard
General Specifications
Support for 3 V, 1.8 V and 5 V SAM cards
Standard
ISO 7816 IC Card standard
General Specifications
Support for 3 V and 1.8 V and 5 V SIM cards
SAM
SIM
SD Card Slot
Compatible with SDHC Memory Card
microSD Memory Card Slot
Compatible with microSDHC Memory Card
HDMI
MiniHDMI (Out)
USB
Host: USB 2.0 Type A × 1
Client: USB 2.0 Mini-B × 1
Camera
Approximately 5 megapixels
Power
Requirement
Power Source
Battery Pack (HA-M20BAT)
Memory Backup
Rechargeable Lithium Battery (Built-in)
Charging
Charging Period
Approximately 6 hours
Consumption Current
V-T500-GE: DC 4.0 A (When using the battery pack)
V-T500-E: DC 2.6 A (When using the battery pack)
Battery Life
V-T500-GE: Approximately 12hours*1
V-T500-E, V-T500-GE: Approximately 10hours*2
*1: 3 hours operating (repeated cycle comprising
3 minutes of WAN data transmission, 1 minute
of screen browsing and 6 minutes of app use),
9 hours in standby mode (WAN data
transmission standby mode with the screen
OFF)
*2: Repeated cycle comprising 1 minute of data
transmission, 1 minute of movie playback, 3
minutes of screen browsing and 10 minutes in
standby mode (screen OFF)
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Item
Classification
Details
Operating Temperature
-20°C to 50°C (-4°F to 122°F)
Operating Humidity
10% to 90% RH (non-condensation)
Drop Impact Resistance
1.0 m (trial value only, not guaranteed)
Dust and Water Splash Proof
IP54 level
Dimensions
Approximately 190 (H) × 269 (W) × 14.4 (D)
mm (77/16"H × 109/16"W × 9/16"D)
Weight
Approximately 780 g (27.5 oz)
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Optional (Separately Sold) Accessory Specifications
Ethernet Cradle (HA-M62IO)
Item
Classification
Details
LAN
Specifications
Communication
Protocol
IEEE 802.3
Media Type
10base-T/100base-TX auto-switched
Protocol
USB Ver2.0 Standard
Transmission Rate
480 Mbps (max)
Charging Method
Constant current/voltage
Charging Period
Approximately 6 hours
Power Source
AD-S36120A-N
Consumption Current
12 V DC 3.0 A
Main Unit (V-T500)
Output
Contact: 12 V DC, 2.0 A
USB Host Output
5 V DC 500 mA (max)
USB
Charging
Power Supply
Dimensions and Dimensions
Weight
Operating
Environment
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Approximately 292 (W) × 98.5 (D) × 64 (H) mm
(111/2"W × 37/8"D × 21/2"H) (including rubber
feet)
Weight
Approximately 332 g (11.7 oz)
Temperature
0°C to 40°C (32°F to 104°F)
Humidity
10% to 90% RH (non-condensation)
Cradle-type Battery Charger (HA-M30CHG)
Item
Charging
Power Supply
Classification
Charging Method
Constant current/voltage
Charging Period
Approximately 6 hours
Power Source
AD-S36120A-N
Consumption Current
12V DC 3.0A
Main Unit (V-T500)
Output
Contact: 12 V DC, 2.0 A
Dimensions and Dimensions
Weight
Operating
Environment
Details
Approximately 292 (W) × 98.5 (D) × 64 (H) mm
(111/2"W × 37/8"D × 21/2"H) (including rubber
feet)
Weight
Approximately 297 g (10.5 oz)
Temperature
0°C to 40°C (32°F to 104°F)
Humidity
10% to 90% RH (non-condensation)
Dual Battery Charger (HA-M32DCHG)
Item
Classification
Details
Charging
Charging Period
1 battery pack mounted: 4 hours
2 battery packs mounted: 6 hours
Power Supply
Power Source
AD-S90190C-N5
Consumption Current
19 V DC 4.74 A
Dimensions and Dimensions
Weight
Operating
Environment
Approximately 196 (W) × 60 (D) × 55 (H) mm
(711/16"W × 23/8"D × 23/16"H)
Weight
Approximately 242 g (8.5 oz)
Temperature
0°C to 40°C (32°F to 104°F)
Humidity
10% to 90% RH (non-condensation)
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Car Adaptor (HA-M37CAC)
Item
Details
Input
12 V/24 V DC 3 A/1.5 A
Output
7.5 V DC 3.5 A
AC Adaptor (AD-S36120A-N)
Item
Details
Input
100 V to 240 V AC 50/60 Hz 1.2 A
Output
12 V DC 3.0 A
AC Adaptor (AD-S90190C-N5)
Item
Details
Input
100 V to 240 V AC 50/60 Hz 1.6 A
Output
19 V DC 4.74 A
Battery Pack (HA-M20BAT)
Item
Details
Rated Capacity
7000 mAh
Rated Voltage
3.7 V
Dimensions
Approximately 135 (W) × 94 (D) × 7 (H)mm
(55/16"W × 311/16"D × 1/4"H)
(excluding projecting parts)
Weight
Approximately 160 g (5.6 oz)
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Chapter 6
Appendix
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