TABLET COMPUTER
DR10
USER’S GUIDE
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Revision History:
Revision
Date
1.0.5
1.0.4
2015/01/22
2014/07/30
Changes
Author
Update weight info.
Add Radiation exposure statement
Pablo Tseng
Pablo Tseng
Add max. baud rate of COM port
1.0.3
1.0.2
2014/03/21
2013/12/30
1.0.1
1.0.0
2013/07/23
2013/06/25
Update Intel ME Driver Directory
Update supported OS to Windows 7/8
Add operating & storage temp in spec
Update drivers section, CE info, and button info.
Official release
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FCC (Federal Communications Commission) Statement
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class-B digital
device pursuant part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable
protection against harmful interference in a residential installation.
This equipment generates, uses, and radiates radio frequency energy. If not being installed
and used in accordance with the instructions, it may cause harmful interference to radio
communications. However, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a
particular installation. If this equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or
television reception, which can be determined by turning the equipment off and on, the user
is encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or more of the following measures:
Re-orient or relocate the receiving antenna.
Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver.
Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the
receiver is connected.
Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help.
This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the following
two conditions:
This device may not cause harmful interference.
This device must accept any interference received, including interference that may
cause undesired operation.
FCC Caution:
To assure continued compliance, any changes or modifications not
expressly approved by the party responsible for compliance could void
the user's authority to operate this equipment. (Example - use only
shielded interface cables when connecting to computer or peripheral
devices).
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Radiation Exposure Statement
This equipment complies with FCC radiation exposure limits set forth for an uncontrolled
environment. This equipment should be installed and operated with minimum 20cm
distance between the radiation & your body.
Regulatory Information/Disclaimers
Installation and use of this computer must be in strict accordance with the instructions
included in the user documentation provided with the product. Any changes or
modifications (including the antennas) made to this device that are not expressly approved
by the manufacturer may void the user’s authority to operate the equipment.
The manufacturer is not responsible for any radio or television interference caused by
unauthorized modification of this device, or the substitution of the connecting cables and
equipment other than manufacturer specified. It is the responsibility of the user to correct
any interference caused by such unauthorized modification, substitution or attachment.
Manufacturer and its authorized resellers or distributors will assume no liability for any
damage or violation of government regulations arising from failing to comply with these
guidelines.
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CE
Products with the CE Marking comply with both the EMC Directive (2004/108/EC) and the
Low Voltage Directive (2006/95/EC) issued by the Commission of the European
Community.
Compliance with these directives implies conformity to the following European Norms:
EN55022
CISPR 22 Radio Frequency Interference
EN55024
EN61000-4-2, EN61000-4-3, EN61000-4-4, EN61000-4-5, EN61000-4-6,
EN61000-4-8, EN61000-4-11, EN61000-3-2, EN61000-3-3, Generic Immunity
Standard
LVD
EN 60950-1: 2006+ A11: 2009+ A1: 2010+ A12: 2011
IEC 60950-1: 2005+AM1:2009
R&TTE (CE) Manual Regulatory Requirement
WLAN - IEEE 802.11a/b/g/n
802.11a/b/g/n Restrictions:
European standards dictate maximum radiated transmit power of 100mW EIRP and
frequency range 2.400-2.4835 GHz. In France, the equipment must be restricted to the
2.4465-2.4835 GHz frequency range and must be restricted to indoor use.
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CE Declaration of Conformity
It is confirmed to comply with the requirements set out in the Council Directive on the
approximation of the laws of the member states relating to Electromagnetic Compatibility
Directive (2004/108/EC), Low-voltage Directive (2006/95/EC) and the procedures given in
R&TTE Directive (1999/5/EC).
The equipment was passed, and the equipment test was performed according to the
following European standards:
EN 300 328 V1.7.1 (2006)
EN 301 893 V1.6.1 (2011)
EN 301 489-1 V1.9.2 (2011) / EN 301 489-17 V2.2.1 (2012)
EN62311 2008
EN300440-1 V1.6.1 2010
EN300440-2 V1.4.1 2010
UL, TÜV
AC Adapter (TÜV includes LVD EN60950)
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Power Conservation
This tablet computer consumes less power compared to conventional consumer computers.
The power consumption may be further reduced by properly configuring the Power
Management Setup.
It is recommended that the power saving features be enabled even when not running on
battery power. Power Management features can conserve power without degrading system
performance.
Power Safety
There are specific power requirements for your tablet computer:
Only use an approved AC adapter designed for this tablet computer.
There is a 3-prong grounded plug for the AC adapter. The 3rd prong is an important
mechanism for ensuring product safety. Please do not neglect the importance of this
mechanism. If you are unable to access a compatible outlet, please hire a qualified
electrician to install a compatible outlet for you.
When unplugging the AC power cord, please make sure to disconnect the cord by
pulling from the plug head instead of pulling from the wire to prevent wire damage.
Make sure the power outlet and any other extension cord(s) you use can support the
total current load of all the connected devices.
Before cleaning the tablet computer, please make sure it is disconnected from any
external power source.
Warning
Before any upgrade procedures, make sure the power is turned off, and all the
cables are disconnected (including telephone lines). Also, it is advisable to
remove your battery to prevent your tablet computer from accidentally turning on.
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Battery Precautions
Only use batteries designed for this tablet computer. Using incompatible battery types
may cause explosion, leakage or damage to the computer.
Do not remove the battery from the computer while the computer is powered on.
Do not continuously use a battery that has been dropped, or that appears damaged
(e.g. bent or twisted) in any way. Even if the computer is able to continuously work with
a damaged battery, the circuit damage may occur and possibly cause fire.
Always use the charger designed for this computer to recharge the battery. Incorrect
recharging may cause the battery to explode.
Do not try to service a battery by yourself. For battery service or replacement, please
contact your service representatives.
Please dispose of damaged battery promptly and carefully. Explosion or leakage may
occur, if the battery is exposed to fire, improperly handled or discarded.
Battery Disposal & Caution
The product that you have purchased contains a rechargeable
battery. The battery is recyclable. At the end of its service life,
under various state and local laws, it may be illegal to dispose of
this battery into the municipal waste stream. Check with your local
solid waste officials for details in your area for recycling options or
proper disposal. Danger of explosion may possibly occur, if the
battery is incorrectly replaced. Replace only with the same or the
equivalent battery recommended by the manufacturer. Discard
the used battery according to the manufacturer’s instructions.
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Environmental Information, Material Safety & Recycling
All materials used in the manufacturing of this equipment are recyclable or environmentally
friendly. Please recycle the packing materials in accordance with local regulations at the
end of the product's service life.
Notice:
The equipment may contain insignificant amount of hazardous substances for health
and environment below control level.
To avoid spreading such substances into the eco system and to minimize the pressure
on the natural environment, you are encouraged to reuse or recycle most of the
materials in a safe way after the product’s service life.
For more information on collection, reuse and recycle of materials, please consult local
or regional waste administrations for more information. You can also contact your
dealer for more information on the environmental details of the equipment.
The symbol of the crossed out wheeled bin indicates that the product
(electrical and electronic equipment) should not be placed in municipal
waste. Please check local regulations for disposal of electronic products.
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
CHAPTER 1 - GETTING STARTED .............................................................. 1
UNPACKING .................................................................................................................. 1
WORKPLACE ................................................................................................................. 2
ENVIRONMENTAL RATINGS ............................................................................................. 2
RUGGEDNESS ............................................................................................................... 3
APPEARANCE OVERVIEW ............................................................................................... 4
READY FOR USE............................................................................................................ 8
CHAPTER2 - OPERATING INFORMATION ............................................... 10
START USING YOUR TABLET COMPUTER ....................................................................... 10
STOP USING YOUR TABLET COMPUTER ........................................................................ 11
WORKING WITH POWER BUTTON (HEATER KIT) ............................................................. 12
INSTALLING OPERATING SYSTEM .................................................................................. 13
USING INDICATORS AND BUTTONS ................................................................................ 13
USING HARD DISK DRIVE (HDD) / OPTIONAL SOLID STATE DRIVE (SSD) ........................ 15
USING SD CARDS ....................................................................................................... 15
USING EXPRESSCARDS ............................................................................................... 16
INTEL® RAPID START TECHNOLOGY .............................................................................. 17
USING THE TOUCH SCREEN ......................................................................................... 18
OPERATING WIRELESS DEVICES ................................................................................... 20
USING DOCKLIGHT DL10 (OPTION)............................................................................... 28
CHAPTER3- MANAGING POWER ............................................................. 30
AC ADAPTER .............................................................................................................. 30
BATTERY .................................................................................................................... 31
ACPI SUPPORT .......................................................................................................... 33
USB FAST CHARGING ................................................................................................. 34
CHAPTER 4 - BIOS SETUP ........................................................................ 35
MAIN MENU ................................................................................................................ 35
ADVANCED MENU ........................................................................................................ 36
TRUSTED COMPUTING SUB-MENU ................................................................................ 38
SATA CONFIGURATION SUB-MENU .............................................................................. 39
SATA CONFIGURATION SUB-MENU SELECTIONS ........................................................... 39
INTEL (R) RAPID START TECHNOLOGY SUB-MENU ......................................................... 40
USB CONFIGURATION SUB-MENU ................................................................................ 41
USB CONFIGURATION SUB-MENU SELECTIONS ............................................................. 41
IT8783F SUPER IO CONFIGURATION SUB-MENU........................................................... 42
RF DEVICE CONTROL CONFIGURATION SUB-MENU ........................................................ 43
EC THERMAL CONTROL SUB-MENU .............................................................................. 44
CHIPSET MENU ........................................................................................................... 45
CHIPSET MENU SELECTIONS ........................................................................................ 45
PCH-IO CONFIGURATION SUB-MENU ........................................................................... 45
BOOT MENU ............................................................................................................... 47
BOOT MENU SELECTIONS ............................................................................................ 47
SECURITY MENU ......................................................................................................... 48
SAVE & EXIT MENU ..................................................................................................... 49
CHAPTER 5 – DRIVERS AND APPLICATIONS......................................... 50
CHIPSET ..................................................................................................................... 50
VGA .......................................................................................................................... 51
AUDIO ........................................................................................................................ 51
INTEL ME ................................................................................................................... 52
INTEL RAPID STORAGE TECHNOLOGY ........................................................................... 52
WIRELESS POWER MANAGER ....................................................................................... 53
TOUCH SCREEN .......................................................................................................... 53
USB3.0 ..................................................................................................................... 54
RICOH SD CONTROLLER .............................................................................................. 54
TURBO BOOST MONITOR ............................................................................................. 55
GIGABIT LAN .............................................................................................................. 55
2ND GIGABIT LAN (OPTION)......................................................................................... 56
WIFI (OPTION) ............................................................................................................ 57
BLUETOOTH (OPTION) ................................................................................................. 57
GPS (OPTION)............................................................................................................ 58
WWAN (OPTION) ....................................................................................................... 59
TPM (OPTION) ............................................................................................................ 60
CHAPTER 6 – SPECIFICATIONS............................................................... 61
PLATFORM .................................................................................................................. 61
CPU .......................................................................................................................... 61
PCH .......................................................................................................................... 61
MEMORY .................................................................................................................... 61
TOUCH SCREEN .......................................................................................................... 61
HARD DISK DRIVE (HDD)/ OPTIONAL SOLID STATE DRIVE (SSD) ................................... 61
BUTTONS .................................................................................................................... 61
AUDIO ........................................................................................................................ 61
I/O PORTS .................................................................................................................. 62
DIMENSIONS AND WEIGHT ............................................................................................ 62
POWER....................................................................................................................... 63
ENVIRONMENTAL, SAFETY & EMC ................................................................................ 63
OPERATING & STORAGE TEMPERATURE ........................................................................ 64
MATERIALS AND RECYCLING......................................................................................... 64
CHAPTER 7 – OPTIONAL DEVICES ......................................................... 65
COMMUNICATION ......................................................................................................... 65
MEMORY CARD ........................................................................................................... 65
2ND BATTERY ............................................................................................................. 65
SECURITY ................................................................................................................... 65
DOCKLIGHT DL10 ....................................................................................................... 66
MULTI-BATTERY CHARGER DR..................................................................................... 66
EXTERNAL USB KEYBOARD ......................................................................................... 67
MINI KEYBOARD KBD .................................................................................................. 68
STAND UNIT ................................................................................................................ 69
CHAPTER 8 – MAINTENANCE AND SERVICE ......................................... 70
CLEANING ................................................................................................................... 70
TROUBLESHOOTING ..................................................................................................... 70
RMA SERVICE ............................................................................................................ 71
Getting Started
Chapter 1 - Getting Started
Unpacking
The following components come with your computer. If anything is missing or damaged,
please notify the dealer immediately.
Computer unit
AC Adapter
AC Power Cord
Utility DVD
Quick Guide
Carrying Bag
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Getting Started
Workplace
A clean and moisture-free environment is preferred. Make room for air circulation.
Remember to avoid areas from:
Sudden or extreme changes in temperature.
Extreme heat.
Strong electromagnetic fields (Near television set, motor rotation area, etc.).
Dust or high humidity.
If this tablet computer is required to work in a hostile environment, please maintain your
tablet computer regularly by cleaning dust, water, and etc. to keep it in an optimal operating
condition.
Environmental Ratings
Operating Temperature:
I: 0 ~ 40 ºC (32 ~ 104 ºF)
M: -20 ~ 50 ºC (-4 ~ 122 ºF)
Storage Temperature: -40 ~ 70ºC (-40 ~ 158ºF)
Humidity:
Operating/Storage: 5~95% (non-condensing)
Altitude:
Operating/Storage: 4572 /12,180 meters (15,000/ 40,000 feet)
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Ruggedness
The computer is designed with rugged features such as vibration, shock, dust, and
rain/water protection. However, it is still necessary to provide appropriate protection while
operating in harsh environments.
NEVER immerse the computer in water. Doing so may cause permanent damages. Drop
may cause parts break or permanent damages.
The D-sub connector cap is for dust and shock protection only. The connector itself is
sealed internally. Other I/O ports and devices must have caps tightly closed or cable inlets
sealed while exposed to water or dust.
All connectors will corrode if exposed to water or moisture. Corrosion is accelerated if the
power is ON. Please take proper measures in cable connection to avoid water entering into
connectors.
The DC jack and cables are sealed and may be operated with water splashing while
attached. All port covers should be in place when no cable is attached.
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Getting Started
Appearance Overview
Note:
The following illustrations show the tablet mounted on optional devices,
which may not appear on your devices.
Front
○,5
○,1
○,2
○,4
○,3
1. Touch Screen
2. Buttons (Left to Right)
Button Layer 1
Button Layer 2
Function Key F1
Esc Key
Function Key F2
Ctrl Key
Function Key F3
Down Arrow Key
Function Key F4
Alt Key
Tab Key
Up Arrow Key
Minus (-) Sign
Delete Key
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Fn Key
Plus (+) Sign
Enter Key
Left Arrow Key
Decrease Brightness
Right Arrow Key
Increase Brightness
3. LED Indicators
4. Power Button
5. Optional Wi-Fi / Bluetooth Antenna
For more information on Buttons and Indicators, please refer to Using Indicators and
Buttons section.
Rear
○,1
1. Secondary battery connector
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Left
○,1
○,2 ○,3
○,4
1. Battery
2. GLAN RJ45
3. USB 2.0 x 1 (Top)
USB 2.0 with Fast Charger x 1 (Bottom)
4. Multi Bay: ExpressCard (Top)
SIM Card + SD Card (Bottom)
Note:
SIM Card slot function requires optional WWAN module installed in your tablet
computer.
Right
○,1
○,2
1. DC jack (2 pin for DR10I, 3 pin for DR10M)
2. Serial port DB9 (COM1, Default: RS232)
Note:
The External COM1 port default is RS232, and can be selected by BIOS
(RS232/RS422/RS485).Please refer to IT 8783F Super IO Configuration
Sub-Menu section.
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Top
○,1
○,2
○,3
1. Optional Wi-Fi Antenna
2. Optional GPS Antenna
3. Optional WWAN Antenna
4. 2.5” SATA II HDD / Optional SSD
Bottom
○,1
1. Docking connector
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Getting Started
Ready for Use
After taking a quick look at your tablet computer, the following illustrations will get you ready
for using it.
1. Mounting the Battery
A.
Mount the battery into the battery bay.
B.
Close the cover, turn clockwise and
lock firmly with a flat-head
screwdriver or a coin.
B.
Plug the AC cord into the AC
2. Connecting the AC Adapter
A.
Insert the DC Jack and firmly lock the
connector clockwise.
adapter.
C. Plug the AC power plug into an
electrical outlet.
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3. Turning ON the Power
A.
Make sure the battery is securely mounted. Connect all power cords properly.
B.
Turn on the power of your tablet computer by pressing the “Power Button“.
Press
to turn on the power
of your tablet computer.
Note:
The power is able to turn ON without any battery mounted once all the
power cords are connected.
4. Turning Off the Power
Directly tap “Shut down” from your OS to turn OFF the power of your tablet computer. If
your tablet computer stops responding, press and hold the power button for 4~5 seconds to
“Force Shut down” your tablet computer.
Note:
Directly turning off the power of your tablet computer by “Force Shut
down” will cause all unsaved data to be lost and is not recommended.
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Operating Information
Chapter2 - Operating Information
Start Using Your Tablet Computer
Always turn on your tablet computer by using the power button. This is the standard
operating procedure to start using your tablet computer. After turning on the power of your
tablet computer, it will start with the Operating System (OS) installed.
Boot Up
When you turn on the power, your computer will start to load the OS into the system
memory. This start-up procedure is called “boot up”.
Power On Self-Test (POST)
Each time your computer is turned on, the BIOS will automatically perform a self-test of
CPU, memory, hardware devices, and so on.
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Operating Information
Stop Using Your Tablet Computer
Each time when you finish working with your tablet computer, there are several ways to stop
your tablet computer from operating.
Shut down
Directly tap “Shut down” from your OS to turn OFF the power of your computer. Before
shutting down, please do remember to save any unfinished works and close your
applications to prevent your HDD from suffering possible data loss or damage. “Shut down”
will turn OFF power of your computer. If you want to start your computer again, you need to
turn it ON again by pressing the power button.
Sleep
Under “Sleep” mode, the system will temporarily save your work into the computer’s RAM.
If you want to start your computer again, please press the power button to resume. You can
enter this mode by directly tapping:
“Start” => “Shut down” => “Sleep” under Windows 7.
Hibernate
Under “Hibernate” mode, the system will save your work into HDD/SSD. If you want to start
your tablet computer again, you need to press the power button. You can enter “Hibernate”
mode by pressing the power button, or by directly tapping:
“Start” => “Shut down” => “Hibernate” under Windows 7.
Force Shut Down
In the event that your tablet computer hangs or stops responding, you can perform a force
shut down by pressing and holding the power button for 4~5 seconds. Please note that any
unsaved work or data will be lost this way.
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Operating Information
Working with Power Button (Heater Kit)
Your tablet computer is equipped with a heater kit to enable work under low temperature.
The heater will heat up the HDD to the temperature set by the user before booting the
system. Also, the heater will constantly monitor HDD temperature. Once the temperature
becomes lower, the heater will heat up again to maintain the temperature set by user.
Note:
When ambient temperature is under +5 °C (the default setting for your tablet
computer), the system may not boot up immediately. System will beep with HDD LED
light flashing orange to indicate that the heater is in operation. The LED will blink faster
as the HDD temperature approaches operational temperature. After 5~15 minutes, the
system will boot up automatically.
In emergency situations, you can skip the heating process by pressing and holding the
power button for 9~11 seconds then release. The speaker will beep with a special
sound to signify that the heating process has been skipped (Please note that not all
devices are guaranteed to work properly in this case).
Press the power button again during the heating process will shut down the computer.
The following is a list of functions associated with your tablet computer’s power button:
1.
Press and hold for 12 seconds, then release:
USB port is enabled and you can set a new value in Heater AP.
2.
Press and hold for 9 ~ 11 seconds:
The system will skip heating process and force boot up.
3.
Press and hold for 5 ~ 8 seconds:
Enable/Disable the sound of Heater.
4.
Press and hold the power button for 4 seconds under OS:
Shut down the system.
5.
Press the power button:
a.
Power on the system.
b.
Force Shut Down (If pressed while the heating process is underway).
c.
Sleep/Hibernate (Dependent on OS settings).
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Operating Information
Installing Operating System
Your computer is designed to operate with Microsoft Windows 7 or Windows 8 32 / 64-bit
Operating System. Please connect your computer with an external USB-interface drive,
such as an ODD or a USB thumb drive, and start the OS installation.
Note:
A USB hub may be required during installation to connect with an external
USB-interface ODD and Keyboard, as the System USB port may not supply
enough power. Please connect your USB hub with extra power supply to
complete the installation.
Using Indicators and Buttons
Your tablet computer is designed with backlight buttons for easy and quick operations. Also,
each LED indicator shows different meanings. The description of each LED indicator and
button functions are provided for your operational reference.
LED Indicators
LED Indicator
Description
Power Indicator: Green (Power); Flashing Red (S3: Sleep);
Flashing Green (Battery power is lower than 10%)
Charger Indicator: Orange
HDD Indicator (Dual LED): Green (HDD); Orange (Heater)
Wireless Devices Indicator: Blue
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Operating Information
Some of the functions of the first layer buttons include:
Button Layer 1
Description
F1
Function Key F1/ BIOS General Help
F2
Function Key F2 / BIOS Previous Values
F3
Function Key F3 / BIOS Optimized Defaults
F4
Function Key F4 / BIOS Save & Exit
Tab
Tabulation
Minus (-) Sign
BIOS change option
Plus (+) Sign
BIOS change option
Left Arrow (←) Key
BIOS Select screen
Right Arrow (→) Key
BIOS Select screen
To perform 2nd layer combinational keystroke functions (keystroke functions printed in
blue), press and hold the [Fn] key, then press the corresponding key combinations.
A list of useful combinational button functions is provided below for operational reference:
Button Layer 2
Description
[Fn] + [Esc]:
Escape Key.
[Fn] + [Ctrl]:
Control Key
[Fn] + [↑]:
Up Arrow Key
[Fn] + [↓]:
Down Arrow Key
[Fn] + [Alt]:
Alt Key
[Fn] + [
]:
Increases LCD brightness / Buttons backlight.
[Fn] + [
]:
Decreases LCD brightness / Buttons backlight.
[Fn] + [
]:
Enter Key
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Operating Information
Using Hard Disk Drive (HDD) / Optional Solid State Drive (SSD)
Your tablet is equipped with 2.5” SATA II Hard Disk Drive (HDD), or optional Solid State
Drive (SSD) for data storage. HDD/SSD is user removable, providing convenience and
security. It can ONLY be removed while power is OFF.
Note:
Avoid dropping your HDD/SSD module. Do not expose it directly to high
temperature, high humidity, and other hazardous environment. NEVER try to
disassemble the module. Static discharge may destroy your device and data.
Always pick up the module by touching the case only.
Using SD Cards
Your tablet computer is equipped with a SD card slot. The SD card slot supports SDHC,
SDXC, UHS-1. To avoid damages caused by misinsertion, please insert your SD card into
the card slot properly with the connectors facing down, as shown below.
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Operating Information
Using ExpressCards
The computer supports 54 mm or 34 mm wide ExpressCard. You can install an
ExpressCard while the computer is running. The computer automatically detects the card.
To install an ExpressCard:
- Hold the card with the top side of the card.
- Slide the card into the slot until the card is completely seated in its connector.
To remove an ExpressCard:
Press the card and remove the card gently.
The following illustration shows the insertion of ExpressCard 54mm:
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Operating Information
Intel® Rapid Start Technology
Your tablet computer can operate Intel® Rapid Start Technology when SSD is installed. This
technology enables your system resume time not only to be as fast as wake-up time from
S3 (Sleep) mode, but also to be more energy saving.
Before using Intel Rapid Storage Technology, please check the following system
requirements:
System Requirement:
•
Intel QM67 Express Chipset-based desktop board
•
Intel Sandy Bridge i7-2610UE
•
Solid State Drive (SSD)
•
Operating system: Microsoft Windows 7/ 8 (32- or 64-bit edition)
Note:
Intel® Rapid Storage Technology Driver should be installed and can be
found in Utility DVD.
Please use “Intel® Rapid Start Technology User Guide” to setup the
function. You can find the User Guide from Intel official website.
Please remember to enable Rapid Start Technology from BIOS Advanced
Menu.
To cancel the Rapid Start Technology, please disable the function from
BIOS Advanced Menu.
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Operating Information
Using the Touch Screen
Your tablet computer is equipped with a highly sensitive touch screen, allowing you to
navigate on the touch screen easily without using other external devices. Before using the
touch screen, please follow the instructions below to calibrate your stylus pen for a more
precise positioning:
1. Tap “Configure” to start.
2. Use “Standard Calibration” and follow the instructions.
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Operating Information
A stylus pen is provided for operating the touch screen. A list of operating tips is provided
below to help you operate the touch screen more effectively with your stylus pen.
Desired Operation
Stylus Action
Single Click
Tap the touch screen once with your stylus pen.
Double Click
Quickly tap the touch screen twice with your stylus pen.
Drag and Drop
Right Click
To drag, tap and hold the object gently with your stylus pen.
Without moving your stylus pen away from the touch screen,
move your stylus pen until you reach your destination.
To drop, simply release your stylus pen from the touch
screen.
Press and hold your stylus pen on one point of the touch
screen for 2~3 seconds. This is the same as using the right
click of a mouse.
Note:
To adjust the brightness of the screen, please refer to Using Indicators and
Buttons.
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Operating Information
Operating Wireless Devices
For your ease of operations, you can turn on/off your wireless devices through the
proprietary software application - “Device Power Manager”.
Note:
Depending on the configuration of your tablet computer, your Device Power
Manager menu may appear differently from the screenshots provided in this
section.
When you adjust User Account Control (UAC), a security feature in Windows,
the setting value of Device Power Manager will be affected. So, once there is
any adjustment on UAC, please uninstall Device Power Manager and
reinstall it again.
Bluetooth (Option)
The Bluetooth module provides your tablet computer with a short-range wireless
communication protocol to connect with other compatible devices via the pre-installed
embedded antenna. To activate your Bluetooth functions, please follow the instructions
below.
1.
Driver & Application Installation
a.
Install the Bluetooth driver first. Read from the Utility DVD and find the directory
listed in the readme file to finish installation.
b.
Install the Device Power Manager application. Read from the Utility DVD and find
the directory listed in the readme file to finish installation.
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Operating Information
2.
Launch the Device Power Manager
After launching the utility, please tap “Bluetooth” to enable the Bluetooth function (tap
again to disable). Once the Bluetooth function starts up, the wireless LED indicator
(color blue) will turn on and the Bluetooth icon will show up in the operating system
accordingly.
Tap “Bluetooth” to enable the
Bluetooth function (tap again to
disable).
Once the Bluetooth function starts up, the wireless device LED indicator will turn on (color
blue) and the Bluetooth icon will appear in the OS accordingly.
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Operating Information
Wireless LAN (Option)
Wireless LAN is an optional wireless communication module for your tablet computer. An
embedded antenna will be pre-installed in your tablet computer to access the internet
wirelessly. To activate your Wireless LAN function, please follow the illustrations below:
1.
Driver & Application Installation
a.
Install the Chipset Driver first. Read from the Utility DVD and find the directory
listed in the readme file to finish installation.
b.
Then, install the Device Power Manager application. Read from the Utility DVD
and find the directory listed in the readme file to finish installation.
2.
Launch the Device Power Manager
After launching the utility, please tap “Wireless LAN” for enabling the Wireless LAN
function (tap again to disable).
Tap “Wireless LAN” to enable the
Wireless LAN function (tap again
to disable).
Once the Wireless LAN function starts up, the wireless device LED indicator will turn on
(color blue) and the Wireless LAN icon will appear in the OS accordingly.
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Operating Information
Wireless Wide Area Network (Option)
Wireless Wide Area Network (WWAN) is an optional module for your tablet computer. With
pre-installed embedded antenna and the optional WWAN module, your tablet computer will
be able to engage in WWAN functions.
1.
Insert the SIM card
a.
Turn OFF your tablet computer.
b.
Pull down the rubber lock cover.
c.
Insert the SIM card into the SIM card slot. To avoid damaging the SIM card slot,
please make sure that the golden contact area on the SIM card is facing upward
and the beveled corner is facing towards the tablet, as shown below.
d.
Firmly push the rubber lock cover back.
Note:
To insert or remove SIM Card, please remember to turn OFF the tablet
computer first.
If you encounter difficulties in ejecting your SIM card, a coin of suitable size
may be used in aiding the ejection of SIM card.
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Operating Information
2.
Driver & Application Installation
a.
Please Install the WWAN driver first. For detailed instructions on installation
procedures, please read from the Utility DVD and find the directory listed in the
readme file. Follow the installation instructions to finish the driver installation.
b.
Install the Device Power Manager application. Read from the Utility DVD and find
the directory listed in the readme file to finish installation.
Tap “WWAN” to enable the
WWAN function (tap again to
disable).
3.
Launch the Device Power Manager
After launching the application, please tap “WWAN” for enabling the WWAN function
(tap again to disable). Once the WWAN function starts up, the wireless device LED
indicator will turn on (color blue).
4.
Launch the AirCard Watcher
After installing appropriate drivers and applications, you can now access the WWAN
AirCard Watcher and setup your WWAN connection parameters. The WWAN AirCard
Watcher software can found from the Utility DVD. Follow the installation instructions to
finish the software installation.
Screenshots of the WWAN AirCard Watcher are provided below for your reference. Please
follow the procedure to set the connection.
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Operating Information
1
3
2
4
1. Tap the Options first, and a User Options window will pop up.
2. Tap Firmware
3. Drop down the Network Operator list and choose an appropriate operator. If your
operator is not on the list, please choose Generic UMTS.
4. Tap OK to complete the setting.
Once the WWAN function starts up, the wireless device LED indicator will turn on (color
blue).
Note:
You can find more setting information in Help Topics
Chapter Two - 25
.
Operating Information
GPS (Option)
GPS is an optional module for your tablet computer. This GPS module supports both GPS
and Galileo systems. An embedded antenna is pre-installed in your tablet computer to
support the functions of your GPS.
1.
Driver & Application Installation
a.
Install the Device Power Manager application:
Read from the Utility DVD and find the directory listed in the readme file to finish
installation.
b.
Install the GPS driver:
GPS (Driver): Read from the Utility DVD and find the directory listed in the readme
file to finish installation.
Tap “GPS” to enable the GPS
function (tap again to disable).
2.
Navigation & Mapping Software Installation
Please install your 3rd party navigation and mapping software after installing your GPS
driver. Refer to your navigation and mapping software manual for installation and
procedures on application setup and access.
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Operating Information
Note:
Wireless devices can be turned ON/OFF through BIOS. Once a device is
turned off through BIOS, its button on the Device Power Manager will be
colored in yellow and with a prohibition marker. For example, the following
illustration shows that WWAN and GPS devices are disabled through
BIOS. To turn on, please enter into BIOS and enable the functions. For
more information on BIOS setting, please refer to RF Device Control
Configuration Sub-Menu section.
Once the GPS function starts up, the wireless device LED indicator will turn on (color blue).
Chapter Two - 27
Operating Information
Using Docklight DL10 (Option)
Docklight acts as docking unit or port enhancer. It contains more ports that are not available
on system unit.
Mount Docklight
1. Open the rubber cap on the docking connector.
2. Align the docking connector.
3. Attach Docklight.
4. Fix the screws.
Docklight ports
Top
1. Docking connector
Bottom and Left:
1
2
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
3
4
5
6
7
Audio jacks (Microphone/Speaker)
RGB DB15 port
Optional GLAN RJ45
Serial port (COM3: Default RS232)
USB2.0 port 1, 2 (standard type)
USB2.0 port 3, 4 (proprietary sealed type)
Serial port (COM2: Default RS232)
DC power jack
Default: 2-pin
Optional: Mil 3-pin
Chapter Two - 28
8
Operating Information
Note:
The combination of DR10+DL8 or DR8+DL10.is not fully compatible. A few
functions, including audio, modem, and surge protector, are incompatible in
these combination.
Chapter Two - 29
Managing Power
Chapter3- Managing Power
AC Adapter
The AC adapter performs two functions:
-
It powers the computer from an external AC source.
-
It charges the computer battery.
The adapter automatically detects the AC line voltage (110V or 220V) and adjusts
accordingly.
The following are recommended when using the AC adapter:
-
Use a properly grounded AC outlet.
-
Use one AC outlet exclusively for the computer. Having other appliances on the same
line may cause interference.
-
Use a power strip with built-in surge protection.
Connect the AC adapter:
-
Plug the AC cord to the adapter.
-
Plug the other end of the AC cord into the wall outlet. Make sure the green LED on the
adapter turns on.
-
Attach the DC plug into the power jack of the computer; turn the lock ring clockwise to
secure it.
AC Adapter Indicator
The green LED indicates that AC power is ready.
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Managing Power
Battery
The computer will automatically switch to battery when the external power source (AC
adapter or optional vehicle adapter) is disconnected.
Battery Power Saving Tips
The computer comes with an intelligent power-saving feature. You may extend the battery
life by:
-
Setup power saving functions in Operating System Power Management options (e.g.
Windows Power Options).
-
Lower the intensity of the display by brightness control.
-
Turn the computer into standby (by Sleep or Power button) when it is temporarily not in
use.
-
Shut down the computer when it will not be in use for longer period of time.
Battery Low
When the battery is nearly exhausted, the computer gives the following “Battery Low”
warnings:
-
Windows battery low warning.
-
The power LED flashes.
Once the “Battery Low” warning occurs, please:
-
Save and close the files you are currently working on then shut down the computer.
-
Plug in AC or vehicle adapter to recharge the battery.
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Managing Power
Battery Gauge
You may check battery status from battery gauge. Click the power/battery icon to reveal the
battery gauge window. The following is the illustration of Battery Gauge in Windows OS.
Note:
Battery characteristic varies depending on factors such as ambient
temperature, charging method, load current, aging, etc. For example, the
chemicals of the battery are more inactive at low temperature, thus decreases
the output power.
The battery gauge should only be used as a reference. Please do not expect it
to show the exact amount of the power remaining. There is no memory effect
on Lithium Ion battery cells. However, discharge the battery to nearly empty
every month will help calibrating the internal gauge.
Charging the Battery
Plug in the AC adapter or vehicle adapter to start the battery charging. If the battery is
already full, the sense circuitry will stop high current charge within several minutes.
The LED Indicator turns ON when the battery is charging and turns OFF when the battery
charge is completed.
To charge the Secondary Battery, simply install it into the computer and attach the AC
adapter. The internal charger will first charge the Primary battery and then the Secondary
one.
Optional Multi Battery Charger can charge Primary and Secondary batteries externally.
Chapter Three - 32
Managing Power
ACPI Support
Your computer supports ACPI (Advanced Configuration and Power Interface) for power
management. With ACPI and an ACPI-compliant operating system (such as Microsoft
Windows), this feature will allow you to reduce the power consumption and conserve
energy. By supporting ACPI, the AC adapter LED and the Power indicator LED will show in
different ways. The followings are detailed descriptions of LED indicators and their
meanings:
Sleep:
Power LED indicator is blinking RED; Other LED indicators are OFF
Hibernate:
All LED indicators are OFF
Shut down:
All LED indicators are OFF
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Managing Power
USB Fast Charging
Your tablet supports USB fast charging feature, enabling to quickly charge your
fast-charging compatible devices. But note, fast charging is not supported in every power
mode. The following table shows details for USB Charging information:
Mode
Power off
Power on
S3
USB 2.0 Charging Features
AC
Fast charging supports
Battery
No charging
AC
Normal charging
Battery
Normal charging
AC
Fast charging supports
Battery
Fast charging supports
Chapter Three - 34
Optional Devices
BIOS Setup
Chapter 4 - BIOS Setup
Press [F2] at boot up to enter BIOS setup. Use arrow keys to select options and [+/-] to
modify them. When finished, move to “Exit” and press [Enter] then confirm save by
pressing [Y].
Main Menu
Main
Advanced
Aptio Setup Utility
Chipset
Boot
Save & Exit
Choose
the
default language
BIOS Information
BIOS Vendor
Core Version
Compliancy
Project Version
Build Date and Time
EC Version
system
→←:
System Language
[English]
System Date
System Time
[Wed 06/19/2013]
[16:19:20]
Access Level
Security
Administrator
Select Screen
↑↓: Select Item
Enter: Select
–/+: Change Opt.
F1: General Help
F2: Previous Values
F3: Optimized Defaults
F4: Save & Exit
ESC: Exit
Note:
The contents may vary depending on computer configurations.
Incorrect settings may cause system malfunction. To correct it, restore the
Optimized Defaults with F3.
Main Menu Selections
You can make the following selections on the Main Menu. Use the sub-menus for other
selections.
Feature
Options
Description
System Date
MM/DD/YYYY
Set the system date Month, Day,
Year.
System Time
HH:MM:SS
Set the system time Hour, Minute,
Second.
Chapter Four - 35
Optional Devices
BIOS Setup
Advanced Menu
Main
Advanced
Aptio Setup Utility
Chipset
Boot
► Trusted Computing
► SATA Configuration
► Intel (R) Rapid Start Technology
► USB Configuration
► IT8783F Super IO Configuration
► RF Device Control
► EC Thermal Control
Security
Trusted
Setting
→←:
Save & Exit
Computing
Select Screen
↑↓: Select Item
Enter: Select
–/+: Change Opt.
F1: General Help
F2: Previous Values
F3: Optimized Defaults
F4: Save & Exit
ESC: Exit
Chapter Four - 36
Optional Devices
BIOS Setup
Advanced Menu Selections
You can make the following selections on the Advanced Menu.
Feature
Options
Description
Trusted
Computing
Disabled
Enabled
TPM Support
SATA
Configuration
SATA Mode Selection SATA Mode Selection: IDE, AHCI,
Serial ATA Port 0 RAID
Software Preserve
Intel (R) Rapid Disabled
Start Technology Enabled
Enable or disable Intel (R) Rapid Start
Technology.
USB
Configuration
Legacy USB Support
USB3.0 Support
XHCI Hand-off
EHCI Hand-off
Disabled
Enabled
IT8783F Super IO VBIOS Default
Configuration
CRT
LFP
CRT+LFP
TV
LFP-SDVO
EFP
TV-SDVO
CRT+LFP-SDVO
CRT+EFP
Select the Video Device that will be
activated during POST
RF
Control
GSM, GPS, BLUETOOTH, WLAN
EC
Control
Device Disabled
Enabled
Thermal
Thermal cooling trip point
Chapter Four - 37
Optional Devices
BIOS Setup
Trusted Computing Sub-Menu
Aptio Setup Utility
Advanced
Configuration
TPM SUPPORT
Current Status Information
SUPPORT TURNED OFF
[Disable]
Enables or Disables
BIOS
support
for
security device. O.S.
will not show Security
Device.
TCG
EFI
protocol and INT1A
interface will not be
available.
→←:
Select Screen
↑↓: Select Item
Enter: Select
–/+: Change Opt.
F1: General Help
F2: Previous Values
F3: Optimized Defaults
F4: Save & Exit
ESC: Exit
Chapter Four - 38
Optional Devices
BIOS Setup
SATA Configuration Sub-Menu
Aptio Setup Utility
Advanced
Determine how SATA
controller(s) operate.
SATA Mode Selection
[AHCI]
Serial ATA Port 0
Software Preserve
Serial ATA Port 1
Software Preserve
Serial ATA Port 2
Software Preserve
Empty
Unknown
Empty
Unknown
SATA SSD (120.0
SUPPORTED
→←:
Select Screen
↑↓: Select Item
Enter: Select
–/+: Change Opt.
F1: General Help
F2: Previous Values
F3: Optimized Defaults
F4: Save & Exit
ESC: Exit
SATA Configuration Sub-Menu Selections
You can make the following selections on the SATA configuration sub-menu.
Feature
Options
Description
SATA
Mode
Selection
IDE
AHCI
RAID
Port 0
Disabled
Enabled
Enable or Disable SATA Port
Hot Plug
Disabled
Enabled
Designates
Pluggable
this
Chapter Four - 39
port as Hot
Optional Devices
BIOS Setup
Intel (R) Rapid Start Technology Sub-Menu
Aptio Setup Utility
Advanced
Intel (R) Rapid Start Technology
[Disabled]
Enables or disable Intel
(R)
Rapid
Start
Technology
→←:
Select Screen
↑↓: Select Item
Enter: Select
–/+: Change Opt.
F1: General Help
F2: Previous Values
F3: Optimized Defaults
F4: Save & Exit
ESC: Exit
Chapter Four - 40
Optional Devices
BIOS Setup
USB Configuration Sub-Menu
Aptio Setup Utility
Advanced
Enables Legacy USB
support.
AUTO option disables
legacy support if no USB
devices are connected.
Disable option will keep
USB devices available
only for EFI applications
USB Configuration
USB Devices:
1 point
Legacy USB Support
USB3.0 Support
XHCI Hand-off
EHCI Hand-off
[Enabled]
[Enabled]
[Enabled]
[Disabled]
→←:
Select Screen
↑↓: Select Item
Enter: Select
–/+: Change Opt.
F1: General Help
F2: Previous Values
F3: Optimized Defaults
F4: Save & Exit
ESC: Exit
USB Configuration Sub-Menu Selections
You can make the following selections on the USB configuration sub-menu.
Feature
Legacy
enabled
USB
Options
Description
Disabled
Enabled
Enables Legacy USB support.
AUTO option disables legacy
support if no USB devices are
connected. DISABLE option will
keep USB devices available only
for EFI applications.
Usn3.0
Support
Disabled
Enabled
Enable/Disable USB3.0 (XHCI)
Controller support.
XHCI Hand-off
Disabled
Enabled
This is a workaround for OSes
without XHCI hand-off support.
This XHCI ownership change
should be claimed by XHCI
driver.
EHCI Hand-off
Disabled
Enabled
This is a workaround for OSes
without EHCI hand-off support.
This EHCI ownership change
should be claimed by EHCI
driver.
Chapter Four - 41
Optional Devices
BIOS Setup
IT8783F Super IO Configuration Sub-Menu
Aptio Setup Utility
Advanced
Set Parameters of Serial
Port 0 (COMA)
IT8783F Super IO configuration
IT8783F Super IO Chip
►Serial Port 0 Configuration
IT8783F
→←:
Select Screen
↑↓: Select Item
Enter: Select
–/+: Change Opt.
F1: General Help
F2: Previous Values
F3: Optimized Defaults
F4: Save & Exit
ESC: Exit
IT8783F Super IO Configuration Sub-Menu Selections
You can make the following selections on the IT8783F super IO configuration sub-menu.
Feature
Options
Description
Serial Port
Disabled
Enabled
Enable or Disable Serial
Port (COM)
Change
Settings
Auto
IO=3F8h; IRQ=4;
IO=3F8h; IRQ=3,45,6,7,10,11,12;
IO=2F8h; IRQ=3,45,6,7,10,11,12;
IO=3E8h; IRQ=3,45,6,7,10,11,12;
IO=2E8h; IRQ=3,45,6,7,10,11,12;
Select
an
optimal
setting for Super IO
device.
COM 1 Mode
Setting
RS232
RS422
TTL 1
RS485
Change
Settings
Chapter Four - 42
COM
port
Optional Devices
BIOS Setup
RF Device Control Configuration Sub-Menu
Aptio Setup Utility
Advanced
RF Device Control Setting
RF Device Control
GSM STATUS
GSM
GPS STATUS
GPS
BT STATUS
BLUETOOTH
WLAN STATUS
WLAN
Present
[Enabled]
Present
[Enabled]
Present
[Enabled]
Present
[Enabled]
→←:
Select Screen
↑↓: Select Item
Enter: Select
–/+: Change Opt.
F1: General Help
F2: Previous Values
F3: Optimized Defaults
F4: Save & Exit
ESC: Exit
RF Device Control Configuration Sub-Menu Selections
You can make the following selections on the RF Security Control sub-menu.
Feature
Options
Description
Wireless LAN
Disabled
Enabled
Wireless Lan Control
Enabled Wireless function
WWAN
Disabled
Enabled
WWAN Control
Enabled WWAN function
GPS
Disabled
Enabled
GPS Control
Enabled GPS function
BlueTooth
Disabled
Enabled
BlueTooth Control
Enabled Blue Tooth function
Chapter Four - 43
Optional Devices
BIOS Setup
EC Thermal Control Sub-Menu
Aptio Setup Utility
Advanced
EC Thermal Control
Thermal cooling trip point
EC Thermal Control
Setting
[87 C]
→←:
Select Screen
↑↓: Select Item
Enter: Select
–/+: Change Opt.
F1: General Help
F2: Previous Values
F3: Optimized Defaults
F4: Save & Exit
ESC: Exit
Chapter Four - 44
Optional Devices
BIOS Setup
Chipset Menu
Main
Aptio Setup Utility
Chipset
Boot
Advanced
Security
Save & Exit
System
Agent
Parameters
► System Agent (SA) Configuration
► PCH-IO Configuration
(SA)
→←:
Select Screen
↑↓: Select Item
Enter: Select
–/+: Change Opt.
F1: General Help
F2: Previous Values
F3: Optimized Defaults
F4: Save & Exit
ESC: Exit
Chipset Menu Selections
You can make the following selections on the Chipset sub-menu.
Feature
System Agent
Configuration
Options
(SA)
Description
System
Agent
Parameters
PCH-IO Configuration
(SA)
PCH Parameter
PCH-IO Configuration Sub-Menu
Aptio Setup Utility
Chipset
Intel PCH RC Version
Intel PCH SKU Name
Intel PCH Rev ID
PCH LAN Controller
Wake on LAN
1.2.2.0
QM67
05/B3
[Enabled]
[Enabled]
► USB Configuration
► PCI Express Configuration
Enable or disable onboard
NIC.
→←:
Select Screen
↑↓: Select Item
Enter: Select
–/+: Change Opt.
F1: General Help
F2: Previous Values
F3: Optimized Defaults
F4: Save & Exit
ESC: Exit
Chapter Four - 45
Optional Devices
BIOS Setup
PCH-IO Configuration Sub-Menu Selections
You can make the following selections on the PCH-IO Configuration sub-menu.
Feature
Options
Description
PCH
LAN
Controller
Disabled
Enabled
Enable or disable onboard NIC.
Wake on LAN
Disabled
Enabled
Enable or disable integrated LAN to
wake the system
USB
Configuration
Disabled
Enabled
USB Configuration settings
PCI
Express
Configuration
Disabled
Enabled
PCI Express Configuration settings
Chapter Four - 46
Optional Devices
BIOS Setup
Boot Menu
Main
Advanced
Aptio Setup Utility
Chipset
Boot
Boot Option Priorities
Boot Option #1
[P2: SATA SSD...]
Boot Option #2
[IBA GE Slot 00C8 v...]
Network Device BBS Priorities
Hard Driver BBS Priorities
Security
Save & Exit
Sets the
order
system
boot
→←:
Select Screen
↑↓: Select Item
Enter: Select
–/+: Change Opt.
F1: General Help
F2: Previous Values
F3: Optimized Defaults
F4: Save & Exit
ESC: Exit
The system will try to boot from device on top then the 2nd and so on. If there is more than
one device in each category, only the device on top of sub-menu can boot up.
Boot Menu Selections
You can make the following selections on the Boot menu.
Feature
Options
Description
Boot Option #1
Sets the system boot order
Boot Option #2
Sets the system boot order
Network Device
BBS Priorities
Set the order of the legacy
devices in this group
Hard Drive BBS
Priorities
Set the order of the legacy
devices in this group
Chapter Four - 47
Optional Devices
BIOS Setup
Security Menu
Main
Aptio Setup Utility
Chipset
Boot
Advanced
Security
Save & Exit
Set
Password
Password Description
If ONLY the Administrator’s password is set, then this
only limits access to Setup and is only asked for when
entering Setup.
If ONLY the User’s password is set, then this is a
power on password and must be entered to boot or
enter Setup. In Setup the User will have Administrator
rights.
The password length must be in the following range;
Minimum length
3
Maximum length
20
Administrator Password
User Password
Administrator
→←:
Select Screen
↑↓: Select Item
Enter: Select
–/+: Change Opt.
F1: General Help
F2: Previous Values
F3: Optimized Defaults
F4: Save & Exit
ESC: Exit
HDD Security Configuration:
HDD 0: SATA SSD
Security Menu Selections
You can make the following selections on the Security Menu.
Feature
Administrator
Password
User password
HDD
SSD
0:
SATA
Options
Description
Enter
Password
Confirm
Password
New
Enter
Password
Confirm
Password
New
Enter
Password
Confirm
Password
New
New
Controls
detection
of
Processor Serial No. System
must be reset or restarted from
power-on for settings to take
effect.
Supervisor Password controls
access to the setup utility.
New
User
Password
controls
access to the system at boot.
New
Chapter Four - 48
Optional Devices
BIOS Setup
Save & Exit Menu
Main
Advanced
Aptio Setup Utility
Chipset
Boot
Save Changes and Exit
Discard Changes and Exit
Save Changes and Reset
Discard Changes and Reset
Save Options
Save Changes
Discard Changes
Restore Defaults
Save as User Defaults
Restore User Defaults
Boot Override
P2: SATA SSD
IBA GE Slot 00C8 v1365
Realtek PXE B01 D00
Security
Save & Exit
Exit system setup after
saving the changes
→←:
Select Screen
↑↓: Select Item
Enter: Select
–/+: Change Opt.
F1: General Help
F2: Previous Values
F3: Optimized Defaults
F4: Save & Exit
ESC: Exit
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Optional Devices
Drivers and Applications
Chapter 5 – Drivers and Applications
The Utility DVD includes all the drivers for the installed devices in your tablet computer.
Please consult the dealer if there is any driver missing. Also, through Device Manager in
Windows, you are able to perform “Driver Update” or check if there are still drivers for the
devices needed to be installed. Please check the readme file on Utility DVD to get the latest
information before installing device drivers.
Note:
Please install the chipset driver first.
If the system requests for reboot after installing drivers, please
reboot your tablet computer first before installing other drivers.
Chipset
Windows 7/Ultimate 64-bit:
Run "Setup.exe" in the directory of "\Drivers\Windows 7 (64-bit)\Intel_Chipset", and then
follow the instructions to install.
Windows 7/Ultimate 32-bit:
Run "Setup.exe" in the directory of "\Drivers\Windows 7 (32-bit)\Intel_Chipset", and then
follow the instructions to install.
Windows 8/Ultimate 64-bit:
Run "infinst_autol.exe" in the directory of "\Drivers\Windows 8 (64-bit)\Intel_Chipset", and
then follow the instructions to install.
Windows 8/Ultimate 32-bit:
Run "infinst_autol.exe" in the directory of "\Drivers\Windows 8 (32-bit)\Intel_Chipset", and
then follow the instructions to install.
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Optional Devices
Drivers and Applications
VGA
Windows 7/Ultimate 64-bit:
Run "win64_15288.exe" in the directory of "\Drivers\Windows 7 (64-bit)\Intel_VGA", and
then follow the instructions to install.
Windows 7/Ultimate 32-bit:
Run "win64_15288.exe" in the directory of "\Drivers\Windows 7 (32-bit)\Intel_VGA", and
then follow the instructions to install.
Windows 8/Ultimate 64-bit:
Run "win64_152812.exe" in the directory of "\Drivers\Windows 8 (64-bit)\Intel_VGA\64bit",
and then follow the instructions to install.
Windows 8/Ultimate 32-bit:
Run "win32_152812.exe" in the directory of "\Drivers\Windows 8 (32-bit)\Intel_VGA", and
then follow the instructions to install.
Audio
Windows 7/Ultimate 64-bit:
Run "Setup.exe" in the directory of "\Drivers\Windows 7
(64-bit)\Audio\6777_PG360_Win8_Win7_Vista_XP", and then follow the instructions to
install.
Windows 7/Ultimate 32-bit:
Run "Setup.exe" in the directory of "\Drivers\Windows 7
(32-bit)\Audio\6777_PG360_Win8_Win7_Vista_XP", and then follow the instructions to
install.
Windows 8/Ultimate 64-bit:
Run "Setup.exe" in the directory of "\Drivers\Windows 8
(64-bit)\Audio\6777_PG360_Win8_Win7_Vista_XP", and then follow the instructions to
install.
Windows 8/Ultimate 32-bit:
Run "Setup.exe" in the directory of "\Drivers\Windows 8
(32-bit)\Audio\6777_PG360_Win8_Win7_Vista_XP", and then follow the instructions to
install.
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Optional Devices
Drivers and Applications
Intel ME
Windows 7/Ultimate 64-bit:
Run "Setup.exe" in the directory of " \Drivers\Windows 7
(64-bit)\Intel_ME\ME_SW_7.1.85.1216", and then follow the instructions to install.
Windows 7/Ultimate 32-bit:
Run "Setup.exe" in the directory of "\Drivers\Windows 7
(32-bit)\Intel_ME\ME_SW_7.1.85.1216", and then follow the instructions to install.
Windows 8/Ultimate 64-bit:
Run "Setup.exe" in the directory of " \Drivers\Windows 8
(64-bit)\Intel_ME\ME_SW_7.1.85.1216", and then follow the instructions to install.
Windows 8/Ultimate 32-bit:
Run "Setup.exe" in the directory of " \Drivers\Windows 8
(32-bit)\Intel_ME\ME_SW_7.1.85.1216", and then follow the instructions to install.
Intel Rapid Storage Technology
Windows 7/Ultimate 64-bit:
Run "iata_cd_10.8.0.1003.exe" in the directory of "Drivers\Windows 7 (64-bit)\IntelR Rapid
Storage Technology", and then follow the instructions to install.
Windows 7/Ultimate 32-bit:
Run "iata_cd_10.8.0.1003.exe" in the directory of "Drivers\Windows 7 (32-bit)\IntelR Rapid
Storage Technology", and then follow the instructions to install.
Windows 8/Ultimate 64-bit:
Run "iata_cd.exe" in the directory of "Drivers\Windows 8 (64-bit)\IntelR Rapid Storage
Technology", and then follow the instructions to install.
Windows 8/Ultimate 32-bit:
Run "iata_cd.exe" in the directory of "Drivers\Windows 8 (32-bit)\IntelR Rapid Storage
Technology", and then follow the instructions to install.
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Optional Devices
Drivers and Applications
Wireless Power Manager
Windows 7/Ultimate 64-bit:
Run "setup.exe" in the directory of "\Utilities\0107\", and then follow the instructions to
install.
Windows 7/Ultimate 32-bit:
Run "setup.exe" in the directory of "\Utilities\0107\", and then follow the instructions to
install.
Windows 8/Ultimate 64-bit:
Run "setup.exe" in the directory of "\Utilities\0620\", and then follow the instructions to
install.
Windows 8/Ultimate 32-bit:
Run "setup.exe" in the directory of "\Utilities\0620\", and then follow the instructions to
install.
Touch Screen
Windows 7/Ultimate 64-bit:
Run "setup.exe" in the directory of "\Drivers\Windows 7 (64-bit)\Touch Screen\PenMount
Windows Universal Driver V2.4.0.306(WHQL)", and then follow the instructions to install.
Windows 7/Ultimate 32-bit:
Run "setup.exe" in the directory of "\Drivers\Windows 7 (32-bit)\Touch Screen\PenMount
Windows Universal Driver V2.4.0.306(WHQL)", and then follow the instructions to install.
Windows 8/Ultimate 64-bit:
Run "setup.exe" in the directory of "\Drivers\Windows 8 (64-bit)\Touch Screen\PenMount
Windows Universal Driver V2.4.0.306(WHQL)", and then follow the instructions to install.
Windows 8/Ultimate 32-bit:
Run "setup.exe" in the directory of "\Drivers\Windows 8 (32-bit)\Touch Screen\PenMount
Windows Universal Driver V2.4.0.306(WHQL)", and then follow the instructions to install.
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Optional Devices
Drivers and Applications
USB3.0
Windows 7/Ultimate 64-bit:
Run "Texas Instruments xHCI Driver v1.12.25 ( Multilanguaje - WHQL ).exe" in the
directory of "\Drivers\Windows 7 (64-bit)\USB3.0\Texas Instruments xHCI Driver v1.12.25
( Multilanguaje - WHQL )", and then follow the instructions to install.
Windows 7/Ultimate 32-bit:
Run "Texas Instruments xHCI Driver v1.12.25 ( Multilanguaje - WHQL ).exe" in the
directory of "\Drivers\Windows 7 (32-bit)\USB3.0\Texas Instruments xHCI Driver v1.12.25
( Multilanguaje - WHQL )", and then follow the instructions to install.
Windows 8/Ultimate 64-bit:
Run "Texas_Instruments_xHCI_Driver_v1.16.2.0_WHQL_(Multilanguage).exe" in the
directory of "\Drivers\Windows 7
(64-bit)\USB3.0\Texas_Instruments_xHCI_Driver_v1.16.2.0_WHQL_(Multilanguage)", and
then follow the instructions to install.
Windows 8/Ultimate 32-bit:
Run "Texas_Instruments_xHCI_Driver_v1.16.2.0_WHQL_(Multilanguage).exe" in the
directory of "\Drivers\Windows 8
(32-bit)\USB3.0\Texas_Instruments_xHCI_Driver_v1.16.2.0_WHQL_(Multilanguage)", and
then follow the instructions to install.
Ricoh SD Controller
Windows 7/Ultimate 64-bit:
Run "setup.exe" in the directory of "\Drivers\Windows 7
(64-bit)\Ricoh\Ricoh_Media_Driver_v2.13.16.01", and then follow the instructions to install.
Windows 7/Ultimate 32-bit:
Run "setup.exe" in the directory of "\Drivers\Windows 7
(32-bit)\Ricoh\Ricoh_Media_Driver_v2.13.16.01", and then follow the instructions to install.
Windows 8/Ultimate 64-bit:
Run "setup.exe" in the directory of "\Drivers\Windows 8
(64-bit)\Ricoh\Ricoh_Media_Driver_v2.24.12.11", and then follow the instructions to install.
Windows 8/Ultimate 32-bit:
Run "setup.exe" in the directory of "\Drivers\Windows 8
(32-bit)\Ricoh\Ricoh_Media_Driver_v2.24.12.11", and then follow the instructions to install.
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Optional Devices
Drivers and Applications
Turbo Boost Monitor
Windows 7/Ultimate 64-bit:
Run "setup.exe" in the directory of "\Drivers\Windows 7 (64-bit)\IntelR Turbo Boost
Technology Monitor", and then follow the instructions to install.
Windows 7/Ultimate 32-bit:
Run "setup.exe" in the directory of "\Drivers\Windows 7 (32-bit)\IntelR Turbo Boost
Technology Monitor", and then follow the instructions to install.
Windows 8/Ultimate 64-bit:
Run "setup.exe" in the directory of "\Drivers\Windows 8 (64-bit)\IntelR Turbo Boost
Technology Monitor", and then follow the instructions to install.
Windows 8/Ultimate 32-bit:
Run "setup.exe" in the directory of "\Drivers\Windows 8 (32-bit)\IntelR Turbo Boost
Technology Monitor", and then follow the instructions to install.
Gigabit LAN
Windows 7/Ultimate 64-bit:
Run "PROWinx64.exe" in the directory of "\Drivers\Windows 7 (64-bit)\Intel_82579LM", and
then follow the instructions to install.
Windows 7/Ultimate 32-bit:
Run "PROWinx32.exe" in the directory of "\Drivers\Windows 7 (32-bit)\Intel_82579LM", and
then follow the instructions to install.
Windows 8/Ultimate 64-bit:
Run "PROWinx64.exe" in the directory of "\Drivers\Windows 8 (64-bit)\Intel_82579", and
then follow the instructions to install.
Windows 8/Ultimate 32-bit:
Run "PROWinx32.exe" in the directory of "\Drivers\Windows 8 (32-bit)\Intel_82579", and
then follow the instructions to install.
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Optional Devices
Drivers and Applications
2nd Gigabit LAN (Option)
Windows 7/Ultimate 64-bit:
Run "setup.exe" in the directory of "\Drivers\Windows 7
(64-bit)\RTL8111E\Install_Win7_7046_07202011", and then follow the instructions to
install.
Windows 7/Ultimate 32-bit:
Run "setup.exe" in the directory of "\Drivers\Windows 7
(32-bit)\RTL8111E\Install_Win7_7046_07202011", and then follow the instructions to
install.
Windows 8/Ultimate 64-bit:
Run "setup.exe" in the directory of "\Drivers\Windows 8
(64-bit)\RTL8111E\Install_Win7_7046_07202011", and then follow the instructions to
install.
Windows 8/Ultimate 32-bit:
Run "setup.exe" in the directory of "\Drivers\Windows 8
(32-bit)\RTL8111E\Install_Win7_7046_07202011", and then follow the instructions to
install.
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Optional Devices
Drivers and Applications
WiFi (Option)
Windows 7/Ultimate 64-bit:
Run "Wireless_15.3.1_Ds64.exe" in the directory of "\Drivers\Windows 7
(64-bit)\Intel_WiFi6235\WLAN\64bit", and then follow the instructions to install.
*: Then into the“Wireless Power Manager”to turn on the WLAN device.
Windows 7/Ultimate 32-bit:
Run "Wireless_15.3.1_Ds32.exe" in the directory of "\Drivers\Windows 7
(32-bit)\Intel_WiFi6235\WLAN\32bit", and then follow the instructions to install.
*: Then into the“Wireless Power Manager”to turn on the WLAN device.
Windows 8/Ultimate 64-bit:
Run "Wireless_15.6_De64.exe" in the directory of "\Drivers\Windows 8
(64-bit)\Intel_WiFi6235\WLAN\64bit", and then follow the instructions to install.
*: Then into the“Wireless Power Manager”to turn on the WLAN device.
Windows 8/Ultimate 32-bit:
Run "Wireless_15.6_De32.exe" in the directory of "\Drivers\Windows 8
(32-bit)\Intel_WiFi6235\WLAN\", and then follow the instructions to install.
*: Then into the“Wireless Power Manager”to turn on the WLAN device.
Bluetooth (Option)
Windows 7/Ultimate 64-bit:
*: First into the "Wireless Power Manager" to turn on the Bluetooth device.
Run "BT_2.2_s64.exe" in the directory of "\Drivers\Windows 7
(64-bit)\Intel_WiFi6235\BT\64bit", and then follow the instructions to install.
Windows 7/Ultimate 32-bit:
*: First into the "Wireless Power Manager" to turn on the Bluetooth device.
Run "BT_2.2_s32.exe" in the directory of "\Drivers\Windows 7
(32-bit)\Intel_WiFi6235\BT\32bit", and then follow the instructions to install.
Windows 8/Ultimate 64-bit:
*: First into the "Wireless Power Manager" to turn on the Bluetooth device.
Run "BT_2.6.1211_e64.exe" in the directory of "\Drivers\Windows 8
(64-bit)\Intel_WiFi6235\BT\64bit", and then follow the instructions to install.
Windows 8/Ultimate 32-bit:
*: First into the "Wireless Power Manager" to turn on the Bluetooth device.
Run "BT_2.6.1211_e32.exe" in the directory of "\Drivers\Windows 7
(32-bit)\Intel_WiFi6235\BT\", and then follow the instructions to install.
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Optional Devices
Drivers and Applications
GPS (Option)
Windows 7/Ultimate 64-bit:
*: First into the "Wireless Power Manager" to turn on the GPS device.
Run "ublox_A4_U5_USB_drv3264_install_UI.exe" in the directory of
"\Drivers\Windows 7 (64-bit)\UBlox 6H Driver", and then follow the instructions to install.
Windows 7/Ultimate 32-bit:
*: First into the "Wireless Power Manager" to turn on the GPS device.
Run "ublox_A4_U5_USB_drv3264_install_UI.exe" in the directory of
"\Drivers\Windows 7 (32-bit)\UBlox 6H Driver", and then follow the instructions to install.
Windows 8/Ultimate 64-bit:
*: First into the "Wireless Power Manager" to turn on the GPS device.
Run "ublox_A4_U5_USB_drv3264_install_UI.exe" in the directory of
"\Drivers\Windows 8 (64-bit)\UBlox 6H Driver", and then follow the instructions to install.
Windows 8/Ultimate 32-bit:
*: First into the "Wireless Power Manager" to turn on the GPS device.
Run "ublox_A4_U5_USB_drv3264_install_UI.exe" in the directory of
"\Drivers\Windows 8 (32-bit)\UBlox 6H Driver", and then follow the instructions to install.
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Optional Devices
Drivers and Applications
WWAN (Option)
Windows 7/Ultimate 64-bit:
*: First into the“Wireless Power Manager”to turn on the WWAN device.
Install Driver:
Run "SWIGobi3kSetup.exe" in the directory of "\Drivers\Windows 7 (64-bit)\AirPrime
MC8305 HSPA module (Gobi)\GenericGobi3k", and then follow the instructions to install.
Install MC8305 module AP:
Run "Watcher_Generic_Q.msi" in the directory of "\Drivers\Windows 7
(64-bit)\AirPrime MC8305 HSPA module (Gobi)\", and then follow the instructions to install.
Windows 7/Ultimate 32-bit:
*: First into the“Wireless Power Manager”to turn on the WWAN device.
Inteall Driver:
Run "SWIGobi3kSetup.exe" in the directory of "\Drivers\Windows 7 (32-bit)\AirPrime
MC8305 HSPA module (Gobi)\GenericGobi3k", and then follow the instructions to install.
Install MC8305 module AP:
Run "Watcher_Generic_Q.msi" in the directory of "\Drivers\Windows 7
(32-bit)\AirPrime MC8305 HSPA module (Gobi)\", and then follow the instructions to install.
Windows 8/Ultimate 64-bit:
*: First into the“Wireless Power Manager”to turn on the WWAN device.
Install Driver:
Run "SWIQMIGobi3kSetup.exe" in the directory of "\Drivers\Windows 8
(64-bit)\AirPrime MC8305 HSPA module (Gobi)\GenericGobi3k", and then follow the
instructions to install.
Windows 8/Ultimate 32-bit:
*: First into the“Wireless Power Manager”to turn on the WWAN device.
Inteall Driver:
Run "SWIQMIGobi3kSetup.exe" in the directory of "\Drivers\Windows 7
(32-bit)\AirPrime MC8305 HSPA module (Gobi)\GenericGobi3k", and then follow the
instructions to install.
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Optional Devices
Drivers and Applications
TPM (Option)
Windows 7/Ultimate 64-bit:
*: First into the "BIOS" to turn on the TPM device.
Run "setup.exe" in the directory of "\Drivers\Windows 7 (64-bit)\TPM", and then follow
the instructions to install.
Windows 7/Ultimate 32-bit:
*: First into the "BIOS" to turn on the TPM device.
Run "setup.exe" in the directory of "\Drivers\Windows 7 (32-bit)\TPM", and then follow
the instructions to install.
Windows 8/Ultimate 64-bit:
*: First into the "BIOS" to turn on the TPM device.
Run "setup.exe" in the directory of "\Drivers\Windows 8 (64-bit)\TPM", and then follow
the instructions to install.
Windows 8/Ultimate 32-bit:
*: First into the "BIOS" to turn on the TPM device.
Run "setup.exe" in the directory of "\Drivers\Windows 8 (32-bit)\TPM", and then follow
the instructions to install.
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Specifications
Chapter 6 – Specifications
Platform
Intel® Huron River Platform
CPU
Intel® Sandy Bridge i7-2610UE
4 MB Intel Smart Cache Memory
PCH
Intel® Cougar Point QM67
Memory
Max. 8GB System Memory
Industrial grade
DDR3 SO-DIMM x 1, 1333MHz
Touch Screen
Type:
8.4” XGA LCD with LED B/L
Resolution:
1024 x 768 pixels
Brightness (min.~ typ.): 400 nits ~ 500 nits
Single touch resistive type
Sunlight readable
Hard Disk Drive (HDD)/ Optional Solid State Drive (SSD)
Type:
Interface:
2.5”
SATA II
Buttons
Buttons are with Backlight
Function keys: F1~F4
Please also refer to Appearance Overview section for more information.
Audio
HD Audio and Stereo Speakers
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Specifications
I/O Ports
-
-
-
Serial port DB9 (Default RS232)
GLAN RJ45
Multi Bay:
• ExpressCard slot (ExpressCard/54) x 1(Top)
• SIM Card slot x 1 + SD Card slot x 1(Bottom)
Docking connector x 1
USB 2.0 ports :
• USB 2.0 port x 1 (Top)
• USB 2.0 with Fast Charger port x1 (Bottom)
DC power jack
Note:
WOR (Wake On Ring) is provided only on COM1.
The bottom USB port supports Fast Charging, where the icon on rubber
cap has a lightening mark:
.
SIM Card slot function requires optional WWAN module installed in your
tablet computer.
Limitation:
1. USB2.0 is internal waterproof, but the USB isolate compartment is NOT
waterproof.
2. DR8 USB2.0 rubber cap is not compatible with DR10 due to the
difference of port numbers (only 1 USB port on DR8, but 2 on DR10).
The max. baud rate for COM port supports to 115,200 bps.
Dimensions and Weight
Width:
Depth:
Height:
Weight:
250mm (9.8”)
190mm (7.4”)
45.2mm (1.7”)
2.3Kg (5.06 lb)
Note:
Weight includes battery, HDD, and RF modules. Weight varies depending on
system configurations.
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Specifications
Power
Primary Battery:
Type:
Capacity:
Dimensions:
Weight:
6 x 18650 cells Lithium Ion
10.8V/ 5800mAh
149 mm (W) x 57.4 mm (D) x 20.5 mm (H)
300 g (0.65 1b.)
Optional 2nd Battery:
Type:
9 x 18650 cells Lithium Ion
Capacity:
11.1V/ 7200mAh
Dimensions:
150 mm (W) x 90 mm (D) x 20 mm (H)
Weight:
500 g (1.1 lb.)
AC Adapter
Input Voltage:
Frequency:
Output Voltage:
Maximum Power:
Dimensions:
Weight:
AC 100 - 240V
50/60 Hz
DC 19V
90 Watts
133 mm (W) x 58mm (D) x 30mm (H)
400 g (0.88 lb.)
DC-In:
19V or 12~32V with Surge Protector, please check label on back side of the unit.
- I-model: Industry 2 pin DC-in Connector
- M-model: Military 3 pin DC-in Connector
Environmental, Safety & EMC
CE, FCC, WEEE, REACH, IP65, MIL-STD-810G, MIL-STD-461F (for M model)
Note:
IP65 is not backward compatible with battery pack, HDD housing, L-case,
Docking cap, and Expansion Slot/PCMCIA slot cap for DR8.
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Specifications
Operating & Storage Temperature
Operating Temp.: I: 0 °C~+40 °C
M: -20 °C~+50 °C* (*HDD: with heater; SSD: Industrial grade)
Storage Temp.: -40 °C ~ +70 °C
Materials and Recycling
Materials of the computer are as follows:
Cabinet:
Magnesium alloy AZ91D
UL grade PC+ABS GE C2800 or TN-3813BW
Bracket:
Aluminum 5052
Steel with Nickel plating
Stainless Steel S304
PCB:
FR-4, UL 94V0
Battery:
Rechargeable Lithium Ion cells
Packing:
Carton: Unbleached paper
Cushion: Recyclable PE
Carrying bag: Recyclable PE Fiber
Quick Guide: Paper
Please recycle the parts according to local regulations.
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Optional Devices
Chapter 7 – Optional Devices
Communication
WiFi/Bluetooth:
-
Intel® Centrino® Advanced-N 6235, Dual Band
-
Board Form Factor: PCIe Half Mini Card
-
Wi-Fi Certified: 802.11 b/g/n
-
Bluetooth: Supports BT 2.1, 2.1+EDR, 3.0, 3.0+HS, 4.0 (BLE)
-
Interface: PCIe (WiFi)/USB (BT)
WWAN: Gobi 3000 (USB interface, Mini PCIe form factor)
GPS: u-blox LEA-6H (USB interface)
2nd Gigabit LAN: 1Gbps (internal Mini PCIe Card)
Memory Card
The memory card will expand main memory to facilitate better system performance. The
cards are available as following: 4/8GB DDR3 DRAM 1333MHz (Max. Total memory 8 GB).
2nd Battery
A Lithium Ion rechargeable 2nd battery may mount on the rear. It has about 1.5 times
capacity of primary battery and same Smart Battery compliance.
The computer’s internal charger can detect 2nd battery and perform charging accordingly.
Security
TPM (Trusted Platform Module) version 1.2 (on board)
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Optional Devices
Docklight DL10
The Docklight can attach to computer or stand unit for mobile or stationary operation.
Ports:
Serial x 2, USB2.0 x 4, RGB, Audio (speaker out, microphone in), DC
jack, Optional Giga LAN RJ45 x 1
Dimensions:
250mm (W) x 37mm (D) x 61mm (H)
Weight:
0.45Kg (1 lb.) approximately
DC input:
12~32V
Environmental & Certifications: CE, FCC, IP54
Note:
Serial ports: COM2/COM3 default RS232
USB Ports: 2 standard and 2 proprietary environmentally sealed USB jacks.
Audio port: 3.5 mm Jack
Optional Giga LAN requires 2nd Giga LAN card installed in DR10.
Multi-Battery Charger DR
The charger provides two slots for the Primary and Secondary battery respectively. It allows
charging of both batteries simultaneously and accepts power from AC adapter or Vehicle
adapter. It takes approximately 3~4 hours to fully charge both batteries.
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Optional Devices
External USB Keyboard
An optional 89-key external USB keyboard with LED backlight and IP rating of IP54 is
available for your tablet computer. The detailed specification is provided below:
89-key layout emulates 101/102-key KB
Life: >1 million times, water/dust protection up to IP54
Back-light illumination (backlight device: green LED)
PS/2 compatible Trackpoint and mouse buttons
Dimensions: 323.4 mm (W) x 172 mm (D) x 25 mm (H)
Weight: 1.1 kg
Track point
The track point is functionally equivalent to a mouse. Pushing the track point may move the
cursor on the screen. The 2 buttons act same as mouse buttons.
Backlight
Press [I-O] key for approximately 1 second turns keyboard backlight ON or OFF.
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Optional Devices
Mini Keyboard KBD
Mini Keyboard KBD is designed for all models. KBD also brings convenience of use through
multi-language keyboard versions and USB interface. The detailed specification is provided
below:
USB interface with 30 cm USB cable
66-Key design with function keys to simulate standard keyboards.
StickPointer to simulate mouse and keypad
Currently support versions:
English (UI), English (UK), German (DE), Swedish (SV) and Russian (RU) 5 versions.
LED Backlight
Caps Lock, Number Lock, Scroll Lock, and Smart Card Reader LED Indicators
Magnesium Alloy Case (Black)
Operating Temperature: -20 ~ 50ºC (-4 ~ 122ºF)
Storage Temperature: -40 ~ 70ºC (-40 ~ 158ºF)
Optional Built-in Smart Card Reader
Dimensions: 190 mm (W) x 90 mm (D) x 12 mm (H)
Weight: 170 g
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Optional Devices
Stand Unit
Stand unit can hold the system unit and Docklight with adjustable view angle. It can be used
in office or in vehicle.
There are 2 configuration options:
- Stand unit only to accept system unit.
- Stand unit with Docklight hooked to accept system unit.
Mount Stand Unit
1. Open the rubber cap on the docking connector.
2. Align the computer into stand unit.
3. Push the lever to engage and fix.
4. Lock the computer.
Note:
Compatible with DR8 Stand Unit
DR10 without rubber jacket can be mounted on Stand Unit.
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Maintenance and Service
Chapter 8 – Maintenance and Service
Cleaning
ALWAYS turn OFF the power, unplug the power cord and remove the battery before
cleaning.
The exterior of the system and display may be wiped with a clean, soft, and lint-free cloth.
If there is difficulty removing dirt, apply non-ammonia, non-alcohol based glass cleaner to
the cloth and wipe.
An air gun is recommended for cleaning water and dust. For salty water please clean with
fresh water then blow-dry with an air gun.
Troubleshooting
Should the tablet computer fail to function properly, the troubleshooting steps below may
be followed.
Power Problems:
When I turn on the Tablet computer, it does not respond.
-
If you are using battery power, check if the battery is charged
-
If you are using AC power, ensure that the connection of AC adapter is correct.
I cannot return from Hibernation while on battery power
-
The battery might be drained. Please plug the tablet into AC power.
-
Hard reset the device by pressing the power button for 4 seconds
Unexpected or improper shutdown causes BIOS to reset to Optimized Default
-
This could be a power problem. Please connect the AC power adapter to fix the
abnormal shutdown problem.
Minimize the configuration, i.e. remove extra peripherals and devices.
Remove the modules one by one (HDD, Battery, etc.).
Remove the software suspected.
Set BIOS fail-safe default.
Re-install operating system and application software.
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Maintenance and Service
RMA Service
If troubleshooting solutions are unsuccessful, consult your dealer for RMA.
Shipping instructions:
1. Remove any personal add-on devices or other media.
2. Use the original shipping container and packing materials, if possible.
3. If the original packing materials are not available, wrap the equipment with soft
material (e.g. PU/PE form) then put the wrapped equipment into a hard cardboard
shipping box.
4. Include a sheet with the following information: (Note: Please keep a copy of this sheet
for your records.)
-
Name
-
Address
-
Unit serial number
-
Place and date of purchase or the original invoice number
-
Date of failure
-
A DETAILED description of the problems you have encountered including: The
operating system, the add-on device installed (if any), the application software, the
failure phenomenon, etc.
5.
A list of the hardware/software configuration, if applicable.
Clearly mark the outside of the shipping box with the RMA #. If an RMA # is not
present on the shipping box, receiving will be unable to identify it and it might be
returned.
6.
Unless prior arrangements have been made, the customer is responsible for all
shipping costs. Unauthorized use of the company’s shipping accounts is not
permitted.
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