PA1575R All-in-One Touchscreen Computer USER’S GUIDE www.planartouch.com

PA1575R All-in-One Touchscreen Computer USER’S GUIDE www.planartouch.com
PA1575R All-in-One
Touchscreen Computer
USER’S GUIDE
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Table of Contents
Usage Notice
Precautions .......................................................................................................................... 1
Introduction
About PA1575R .................................................................................................................... 2
Package Overview ....................................................................................................... 4
Installation
Product Overview ................................................................................................................. 5
Kensington Security Slot....................................................................................................... 6
VESA Mount your Computer ................................................................................................. 7
Start Your Installation ............................................................................................................ 8
Remove the Deskstand .................................................................................................... 9
User Controls
Side Panel Controls ............................................................................................................ 10
Initial Turn-On ..................................................................................................................... 11
XP PRO Initial On Steps ................................................................................................. 11
WEPOS Initial On Steps ................................................................................................. 18
Test Devices ....................................................................................................................... 20
Testing the Touchscreen ................................................................................................. 20
Recovering the Operating System ...................................................................................... 22
1.Using the Recovery CD ............................................................................................... 22
A.For XP Pro ............................................................................................................... 22
B.For WEPOS............................................................................................................. 30
2.PA1575R Touchscreen Driver Install Instructions: ....................................................... 34
Display Specifications ......................................................................................................... 35
Power Supply Specifications .............................................................................................. 36
Environmental Specifications .............................................................................................. 36
Touch Computer Specifications .......................................................................................... 37
How to Use the OSD Menus ............................................................................................... 40
On-Screen Display Menus .................................................................................................. 41
Appendix
Troubleshooting .......................................................................................................... 42
Warning Signal ................................................................................................................... 42
No Signal ............................................................................................................................42
Going to Sleep ................................................................................................................... .42
Out of Range ...................................................................................................................... 42
Product Dimensions............................................................................................................ 43
Compatibility Modes ........................................................................................................... 44
Product Registration and Technical Support .......................................................................45
Usage Notice
!
!
Warning - To prevent the risk of fire or shock hazards, do not expose
this product to rain or moisture.
Warning - Please do not open or disassemble the product as this may
cause electric shock.
Precautions
Follow all warnings, precautions and maintenance as recommended in this user’s manual to
maximize the life of your unit.
Do:
• Turn off the product before cleaning.
• Touch screen surface may be cleaned using a soft clean cloth moistened with mild
window glass commercial cleaners or 50/50 mixture of water and isopropyl alcohol.
• Use a soft cloth moistened with mild detergent to clean the display housing.
• Use only high quality and safety approved AC/DC adapter.
• Disconnect the power plug from AC outlet if the product is not going to be used for
an extended period of time.
Don’t:
• Do not touch the LCD display screen surface with sharp or hard objects.
• Do not use abrasive cleaners, waxes or solvents for your cleaning.
• Do not operate the product under the following conditions:
- Extremely hot, cold or humid environment.
- Areas susceptible to excessive dust and dirt.
- Near any appliance generating a strong magnetic field.
- In direct sunlight.
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Introduction
About PA1575R
The PA1575R is All-in-One Touch computer model. It has a 15" flat panel screen with an
active matrix, thin-film transistor (TFT) liquid crystal display (LCD).
The PA1575R incorporates the Mobile Intel® 910GMLE/915GME Chipset, consisting of the
Intel® 910GMLE/ 915GME Graphic Memory Controller Hub (GMCH) and Intel® I/O Controller Hub 6-M (ICH6-M), is an optimized integrated graphics solution with a 400/533MHz frontside bus.
The integrated 32-bit 3D graphics engine, based on Intel® Graphics Media Accelerator 900
(Intel® GMA 900) architecture, operates at core speeds of up to 320 MHz. It features a lowpower design, is validated with Intel® Pentium M/ Celeron® M processors on 130nm or
90nm process.
Intel® Graphics supports a unique intelligent memory management scheme called Dynamic
Video Memory Technology (DVMT). DVMT handles diverse applications by providing the
maximum availability of system memory for general computer usage, while supplying
additional graphics memory when a 3D-intensive application requests it. The Intel GMA 900
graphics architecture also takes advantage of the high-performance Intel processor. Intel
GMA 900 graphics supports Dual Independent Display technology.
Features include:
• Supports Celeron® M processor, 400MHz FSB (910GMLE chipset)
• Supported Operating Systems: Windows® XP and WePOS
• DDRII SODIMM Slot x 2, up to 2GB system memony (Standard 1GB)
• Onboard 10/100 BaseT and Gigabit LAN
• Supported dual display, Main display with OSD function.
• 3 USB 2.0, one 12V powered USB, 4 COM(one ext./3 int. w/header), Watchdog timer
• One Mic, one Earphone, PS2 KB/MS, cash drawer port, VGA, DC 12V input
• Active matrix TFT LCD technology
• 1024x768 XGA resolution
• 15" viewable display area
• 0.297mm x 0.297mm pixel pitch
• Multilingual OSD user control
• Kensington security slot
• 75 mm VESA mount
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• Removable base for flexible mounting solutions.
• 5-wire resistive touch screen with USB controller
• Built-in speakers-1W x 2
Touch Screen for PA1575RXP / PA1575RWP
• Analog 5-wire resistive touch screen for finger and stylus input
• Surface: Anti-glare treatment
• Transmittance: 80% (Typ.)
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Package Overview
LCD Touch Computer
Power Cord
DC Power Supply
PS/2 Y-Cable
Recovery CD
Touch Screen Driver
Installation CD-ROM
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Installation
Product Overview
• Front View
• PA1575R Button View (Without Stand)
PS2
RJ11
RS232
EAR PHONE
RJ45
MIC
VGA
USB POWER
USB
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POWER
Kensington Security Slot
The computer can be secured to your desk or any other fixed object with Kensington lock
security products. The Kensington lock is not included.
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VESA Mount Your Computer
This computer conforms to the VESA Flat Panel Mounting Physical Mounting Interface
Standard which defines a physical mounting interface for flat panel computers, and
corresponding with the standard mounting devices of flat panel computer, such as wall and
table arms. The VESA mounting interface is located on the back of touch computer.
To mount the computer on a swing arm or other mounting fixture, follow the instructions
included with the mounting fixture to be used, please note to mount touch computer to the
devices (either mounting fixture or swing arm) what conforms to the UL listed.
75mm
75mm
Slots ( x 4)
VESA
Mounting
Interface
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Warning!
Please select the proper screws!
The distance between the back cover surface and the bottom of the screw hole
is 8 mm. Please use four M4 screws diameter with proper length to mount your
monitor.
NOTE: the stand will support up to 11 lbs (5kg).
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Start Your Installation
Remove the Back Cover
Please follow these instructions to remove the cover on the back panel of the LCD so that
you can hookup the cables to associated connector.
Figure A
1.
Remove the stand back cover by pulling in the direction of the arrow.
2.
Connect applicable cables to the appropriate connectors.
3.
Re-attach the stand back cover by pressing firmly until the tabs snap into place. You
may also keep the cables in order by using the cable organizer.
!
Note!
You can place the LCD flat horizontally to make it
easier to connect the cables. Please make sure
that you place it on an even surface lest the LCD
should be damaged by scratches or collision.
included cables organizer
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Remove the Deskstand
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1.
Remove stand back cover.
2.
Remove hinge cover.
3.
Remove 4 screws and then
remove hinge.
User Controls
Side Panel Controls
Icon
key Name
Menu
Up
Down
Enter
Power
OSD
Key
Menu off status
Menu on status
Menu appear
Menu disappear/ return to main item
Brightness
Main item select up/ Adjust up
Mute
Main item select down/ Adjust down
Enter/Select sub-item function
Power On/Off
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Initial Turn-On
The initial setup of the operating system takes approximately 5-10 minutes. Additional time
may be needed depending on touch computer hardware configuration and connected devices.
To setup the Windows OS for the touch computer, turn on the touch computer and follow the
instructions on the screen.
XP PRO Initial On Steps
Step 1. Boot Computer
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Step 2. Press "Next"
Step 3. Read agreement and press " I accept this agreement" and
"Next".
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Step 4. Language Selection, Press "Next"
Click Customize. The Regional and Language window shown below will appear.
Step 5. Type your full name, organization and press "Next"
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Step 6. Type product key and press "Next"
Please find the "Certificate of Authenticity" license label on the back-cover.
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Step 7. Setup your computer name, administrator password and
press "Next"
Step 8. Date and Time Settings, Setup your computer date and
time and press "Next"
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Step 9. Choose typical or custom setting and press "Next"
Step 10. Choose applicable option
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Step 11. Press "Finish"
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WEPOS Initial On Steps
Step 1. Boot Computer
Step 2. Enter log on screen, the default User name is
showed "Administrator"
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Step 3. Please type the default Password=”~tpc152~”
( Note: Please enter Start\Control Panel\ User Accounts to change password
after logging on windows system at first time.)
Step 4. Finish
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Test Devices
The touch computer can be pre-installed with several different hardware options. To test an
optional device that is installed on the touch computer, follow the instructions below.
NOTE: Testing icons are located on the desktop. Testing of a particular device can only be
done after the device is properly installed.
Testing the Touchscreen
The touchscreen is pre-calibrated for accurate touch response.
Calibration* If for any reason the touchscreen needs to be re-calibrated, double-click the Touchscreen-test
icon. The window shown below will open.
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Recovering the Operating System
If the touch computer’s operating system and software needs to be recovered, insert the
included recovery disk into an external DVD-ROM (sold separately) and reboot the touch
computer. Follow the on-screen instructions to complete recovery.
NOTE: All data will be deleted during the recovery process. User must back up files
prior to recovering the operating system.
1.Using the Recovery CD
A. For XP Pro
To recover your pre-installed software using the recovery CD, do as follows:
Step 1. From the Start menu, restart your computer.
Step 2. Insert "Recovery CD" in CD-ROM to begin sequence.
Step 3. Press any key to boot from CD
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Step 4. Press any key to continue
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Step 5. Press any key to continue
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Step 6. Press "Next"
Step 7. Read agreement and press "I accept this agreement" and "Next".
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Step 8. Press "Next"
Step 9. Type your full name, organization and press "Next"
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Step 10. Type product key and press "Next"
Please find the "Certificate of Authenticity" license label on the back-cover.
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Step 11. Setup your computer name, administrator password and press "Next"
Step 12. Setup your computer date and time and press "Next"
Step 13. Choose typical or custom setting and press "Next"
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Step 14. Choose applicable option
Step 15. Press "Finish"
Step 16. Finish and launch windows system
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B. For WEPOS
To recover your pre-installed software using the recovery CD, do as follows:
Step 1. From the Start menu, restart your computer.
Step 2. Insert "Recovery CD" in CD-ROM to start-up sequence.
Step 3. Press any key to boot from CD
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Step 4. Press any key to continue
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Step 5. Press any key to continue
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Step 6. The default User name is showed “Administrator”, please type the “~tpc152~”
in password column and press OK.
( Note: Please enter Start\Control Panel\ User Accounts to change password
after logging on windows system at first time.)
Step 7. Finish and launch Windows System.
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2. PA1575R Touchscreen Driver Install Instructions:
The touch driver is located on the enclosed CD-ROM for these operating systems:
Windows® XP and WePOS
Step 1. Insert the included Touchscreen disk into an external DVD-ROM (sold
separately)
Step 2. Select the monitor size 15” and then model name PA1575R.
Step 3. Click on the “Load Driver” button that appears to the right of the model name.
Step 4. Follow the step-by-step instructions as shown on the pop-up windows.
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Display Specifications
Model
PA1575RXP / PA1575RWP
LCD Display
15" TFT Active Matrix Panel
Display Size
304.1(H) x 228.1(V) mm
Pixel Pitch
0.297(H) x 0.297(V) mm
Display Mode
VGA 720 x 400 (70 Hz)
VGA 640 x 480 (60 Hz)
SVGA 800 x 600 (60 Hz)
XGA 1024 x 768 (60 Hz)
Native
XGA 1024 x 768
Display Color
16.2 million color
Plug & Play
DDC 2B
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Power Supply Specifications
The touch computer shall be powered by 12VDC from a universal type power supply
brick with the following characteristics:
100 to 240 V~
Input voltage
Input frequency
50/60 Hz
Output voltage
12 V
Output line and load regulation
+/- 5%
8 Amps Rated
Output current
Environmental Specifications
Temperature Ranges
o
o
Operating Temperature (Independent of altitude)
0 C to 35 C
Non-Operating Temperature (Independent of altitude)
-20 C to 60 C
o
o
Humidity
20% to 80%
Operating (non-condensing)
o
Non-Operating (38.7 C maximum wet bulb temperature)
Altitude Ranges
Operating
0 to + 12,000 feet [3,658m].
Equivalent to 14.7 to 10.1 psia.
Non-Operating
0 to + 40,000 feet [12,192m].
Equivalent to 14.7 to 4.4 psia.
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10% to 90%
Touch Computer Specifications
Processor
RAM
Intel Celeron M 1.0GHz CPU w/400MHz Front-Side Bus
1GB DDR2 RAM standard. Up to 2.0GB
Northbridge
Intel 910 GMLE
Southbridge
Intel ICH6M
Video
Operating systems
Intel GMA 900 Up to 128MB shared w/ DVMT
Microsoft Windows XP Professional Embedded
Microsoft Windows Embedded for Point of Service (WEPOS)
Ports
3 x USB 2.0 ports
1 x 12V powered USB 2.0 port
1 x 12V cash drawer port
1 x 10/100 BaseT and Gigabit LAN
1 x Serial ports (DB9) COM1, RS232
1 x Microphone input 3.5mm
1 x Earphone Output 3.5mm
1 x VGA output
1 x PS/2 Universal
BIOS
ACPI 1.0B, APM 1.2, SMBIOS 2.2, PXE, WOL
Real Time clock
Storage
Replaceable lithium-ion battery for clock
Caution: Risk of Explosion if Battery is replaced by an Incorrect
Type. Dispose of Used Batteries According to the Instructions.
XP/WEPOS: 80 GB HDD(standard)
Power supply
Type: External brick
Input (line) voltage: 100-240 VAC, 50-60 Hz
Output voltage/current: 12 V at 8 amps
Temperature
Operating: 0 C to 35 C
o
o
Storage: -20 C to 60 C
o
Humidity Operating:
Weight
o
Operating: 20%-80%
Storage: 10%-90%
noncondensing
Actual: 17.2 lb (6.0 kg)
Shipping: 22.5 lb (8.93 kg)
Shipping box dimensions 465 x 375x 288
Backlight lamp life
Min 40,000 hours to half brightness
Agency approvals
UL/cUL (*recognized component), FCC, CE, TUV, EN60950
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Speakers (internal)
User controls
Mounting options
Other features
Peripheral Options
and Upgrades
One-watt/channel speakers in display head
Side: Power and user controls with lockout function for public use
75 mm VESA mount
Removable base
Fanless
Energy save mode (less than 2 watts)
Touchscreen sealed to bezel and LCD
Security lock receptacle
May vary
COM1, Connector(RS232 Mode)
1
6
Pin #
Signal Name
shell
Ground
1
DCD
2
RXD
3
TXD
4
DTR
5
signal ground
6
DSR
7
RTS
8
CTS
9
RI
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RJ45 LAN connector Pin Definition
Pin #
8
1
Signal Name
1
TD+
2
TD-
3
RD+
6
RD-
Power Input Pin Definition
Pin #
1
4
2
3
Signal Name
1
+12V
2
Ground
3
Ground
4
+12V
Cash Drawer Port Signal Definition and Control
Pin #
1
Frame Ground
2
CD 1 Drawer kick-out drive signal 1
3
SW ( + ) connected on the side of the open/closed
detection switch on the drawer
4
L ( + ) +12V DC for drawer kick-out supplied
5
CD 2 Drawer kick-out drive signal 2
6
( - ) Ground
123456
Front View
Signal Name
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How to Use the OSD Menus
Icon
key Name
Menu
Up
Down
Enter
Power
1. Press the “MENU” button to pop up the “on-screen menu” and press “Up” or “Down” button
to select among the six functions in the main menu.
2. Choose the adjustment items by pressing the “Enter ” button.
3. Adjust the value of the adjustment items by pressing the “Up” or “Down” button.
4. With the OSD menu on screen, press “ Menu” button to return main menu or exit OSD.
5. The OSD menu will automatically close, if you have left it idle for a pre-set time.
6. To Lock the OSD / Power menu buttons, please follow the instructions below.
(Please note: the monitor has to be turned ON with a valid signal preset)
(a). Press “Menu” key , the OSD menu will pops upon display.
(b.) Press and hold the “Menu” key again with the OSD menu on the screen, the OSD
menu will disappear. Then press the "Power" key 1 time while the menu key is still
being pressed. The “Lock/Unlock” menu will appear for 3 seconds.
(c.) Use the "Enter" key to select OSD or Power setting then set at “Lock” by pushing the
"UP" or "Down" button.
(d.) When the "UP" or "Down" button is released, the previous setting will be saved and
exit the “Lock/Unlock” menu automatically.
7. To Unlock the OSD / Power menu buttons, please follow the instructions below.
(Please note: the monitor has to be turned ON with a valid signal preset)
(a) Press and hold the “Menu” key then press the “Power” key simultaneously, the “Lock/
Unlock” menu will appear for 3 seconds.
(b.) Use the "Enter" key to select OSD or Power setting then set at “Unlock” by pushing the
"UP" or "Down" button.
(c.) When the "UP" or "Down" button is released, the previous setting will be saved and
exit the “Lock/Unlock” menu automatically.
Please note:
a. When the OSD Lock function is selected, this indicates that all the buttons except “power”
button are now disabled.
b. When the Power Lock function is selected, this indicates that the power key is disabled;
user can not to turn off the monitor by "Power" key.
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On-Screen Display Menus
Main OSD Menu:
ITEM
CONTRAST
BRIGHTNESS
Content
Adjusts the maximum luminance level of the computer.
Adjusts the backlight of the computer.
OSD LEFT/RIGHT
Adjusts the OSD menu screen position left or right.
OSD UP/DOWN
Adjusts the OSD menu screen position up or down.
OSD TIME OUT
Adjusts the time for OSD auto-disappear after menu on.
FACTORY RESET
Restores original factory settings.
OSD LANGUAGE
Select the language used for the OSD menu from among English,
French, Japanese, Deutsch, Spanish, Italian, Traditional Chinese
and Simplified Chinese
RGB
Sets the color temperature.9300, 6500, 5500, 7500, User.
Audio
The volume is adjusted and mute can set.
Mute
To turn ON/OFF the sound.
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Appendix
Troubleshooting
If you are experiencing trouble with the LCD display, refer to the following. If the problem
persists, please contact your local dealer or our service center.
Problem: No image appears on screen.
► Check that all the I/O and power connectors are correctly and well connected
described in the "Installation" section.
► Make sure the pins of the connectors are not crooked or broken.
Problem: Partial Image or incorrectly displayed image.
► Check to see if the resolution of your computer is higher than that of the LCD
display.
► Reconfigure the resolution of your computer to make it less than or equal to
1024 x 768.
Warning Signal
If you see warning messages on your LCD screen, this means that the LCD display cannot
receive a clean signal from the computer graphics card.
There may be three sources for this problem. Please check the cable connections or contact
your local dealer or our service center for more information.
No Signal
This message means that the LCD Display has been powered on but it cannot receive any
signal from the computer graphics card. Check all the power switches, power cables, and
VGA signal cable.
Going to Sleep
The LCD display is under the power saving mode. In addition, the LCD display will enter
power saving mode when experiencing a sudden signal disconnecting problem.
The monitor can be activated by pressing any keyboard, triggering the mouse or touching
the screen.
Out of Range
This message means that the signal of the computer graphic card is not compatible with the
LCD display. When the signal is not included in the "Video Modes" list we have listed in the
Appendices of this manual, the LCD computer will display this message.
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Product Dimensions
295.00
321.90
364.00
Front View
63.43
206.08
Side View
Top View
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Compatibility Modes
Mode
Resolution
H-Frequency (KHz)
V-Frequency (Hz)
VGA
720 x 400
31.47
70
VGA
640 x 480
31.47
60
VESA
800 x 600
37.88
60
VESA
1024 x 768
48.36
60
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