Belkin F5U203UK Car Stereo System User Manual

USB Anywhere
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Manufacturer’s
Lifetime
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User Guide
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Introduction
Features
Congratulations and thank you for purchasing the Belkin USB Anywhere.
USB Anywhere is a multi-featured USB storage bridge. It has been designed to transfer data
between two USB Mass Storage Class compliant devices—without the need for a PC. It is
a perfect solution for anyone who wants to copy data, images or music from pen drive to
pen drive, flash card to USB storage devices, MP3 player to MP3 player, or even from digital
cameras to USB external harddisks. USB Anywhere supports USB 1.1 and USB 2.0 devices.
- Share data between any two Mass Storage Devices without a computer
- Easy copy/Transfer files with just one click of the button
- Compliant with OTG supplement Rev. 1.0 and USB specification version 2.0 for full-speed
(12Mbps) USB host and device
- Support USB storage devices with USB Mass Storage Device Class compliance
- One Power Button
- One Reset Button
- Mode switch for Full disk or Root directory copy
- Uses 3 AAA alkaline batteries or power supply
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Operating Environment
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- Operating Temperature: 5-45 C
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Package Includes
Copying all data files from the source device: Full Mode
- USB Anywhere
1. To copy ALL files from the source device to the target device, move the Full/Root switch in
the “Full” position.
- Shipping and Storage Temperature: -40 -65 C
- Power Supply (DC 5V/1.5A-2.6A)
- Operating Humidity: 30% - 85%
- User manual
- Altitude: 0 to 7000 feet
Getting Started
1. Install three AAA alkaline or rechargeable batteries (batteries not included) or plug in the AC
power adapter. Please note: Some MP3 players will require additional power in which case
the AC power adapter has to be plugged in.
2. Press the Power button to turn the USB Anywhere on.
2. Connect your source device. The source LED will pulse with a green light until the device
is recognized. Once the device is recognised, the LED will then light up with a solid green
light. If the source LED turns red, the attached device is not a suitable source device.
3. Before connecting your target device, make sure the target device has sufficient unused
memory space for the files you are about to transfer. It is possible for the source device
to have a higher storage capacity than the target device. However, the files that are to be
transferred must not exceed the unused memory space on the target device.
4. Connect your target device. The target LED will pulse with a green light until the device is
recognized. Once the device is recognised, the LED will then light up with a solid green
light. If the target LED turns red, the attached device is not a suitable target device or does
not have enough memory space available for the files you are about to transfer.
5. Press the Copy button to transfer data from the source device to the target device.
The source and target LED will start pulsing for the duration of the data transfer.
6. Once the data transfer is complete, the source and target LED will stop pulsing and the LED
in the shape of a checkmark (✓) will light up green.
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Copying files in the root directory: Root Mode
5. Press the Copy button to transfer data from the source device to the target device. The
source and target LED will start pulsing for the duration of the data transfer.
Root directory: the top directory in a file system. The root directory is provided by the
operating system and has a special name. For example, in DOS systems the root directory is
called \.
6. Once the data transfer is complete, the source and target LED will stop pulsing and the LED
in the shape of a checkmark (✓) will light up green.
1. To copy only the file(s) in the root directory from the source device to the target device,
move the Full/Root switch on the USB Anywhere into the “Root” position.
Data transmission errors
2. Connect your source device. The source LED will pulse with a green light until the device is
recognized. Once the device is recognised, the LED will then show a solid green light. If the
source LED turns red, the attached device is not a suitable source device.
If the LED in the shape of a checkmark (✓) turns red during copying, this means that a data
transmission error has occurred. The copy was not successful. To continue, please carry out
the following:
3. Before connecting your target device, make sure the target device has sufficient unused
memory space for the files you are about to transfer. It is possible for the source device
to have a higher storage capacity than the target device. However, the files that are to be
transferred must not exceed the unused memory space on the target device.
1. Press the reset button.
4. Connect your target device. The target LED will pulse with a green light until the device is
recognized. Once the device is recognised, the LED will then light up with a solid green
light. If the target LED turns red, the attached device is not a suitable target device or does
not have enough memory space available for the files you are about to transfer.
3. Repeat the instruction for copying files as described previously.
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2. Check if the target device has sufficient unused memory space to hold the files you wish
to transfer.
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Low battery indicator
Data files on the target device
The LED in the shape of a battery indicates the power status of your batteries. When the
LED lights up, this means that the batteries have sufficient power for operation of the USB
Anywhere. If the LED does not light up when you switch on the USB Anywhere, or indeed
shuts off during operation, you will need to replace the batteries with a new set. The included
power supply can also be used as an alternative to batteries.
Transferring data from the source device to the target device does not overwrite any existing
data on the target device. With each new transfer operation, a new folder will be created which
will hold the newly transferred data.
Transfer of hidden or secured files
Automatic power shutdown function
The USB Anywhere will shut down automatically after 30 seconds if it is not in use or after
a device is unplugged. If you choose not to use batteries, the USB Anywhere will shut down
once it is unplugged from the power supply.
End file transfer
The USB Anywhere will not copy any hidden or secured data from the source device to the
target device. Such protected data can include MP3 files.
Belkin lifetime product warranty
For the life of the product, Belkin warrants that this device shall be free of defects in design,
assembly, material and workmanship (free replacement).
If you wish to interrupt the data transfer process, simply press the Reset button on the USB
Anywhere. The USB Anywhere will stop the transfer and will return to starting position. Any
files that were already transferred prior to the interruption will remain on the target device.
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USB Anywhere
Belkin Ltd.
Express Business Park
Shipton Way, Rushden
NN10 6GL, United Kingdom
+44 (0) 1933 35 2000
+44 (0) 1933 31 2000 fax
Belkin B.V.
Boeing Avenue 333
1119 PH Schiphol-Rijk, The Netherlands
+31 (0) 20 654 7300
+31 (0) 20 654 7349 fax
Belkin GmbH
Hanebergstrasse 2
80637 Munich, Germany
+49 (0) 89 143405 0
+49 (0) 89 143405 100 fax
Belkin SAS
130 rue de Silly
92100 Boulogne Billancourt
France
+33 (0) 1 41 03 14 40
+33 (0) 1 41 31 01 72 fax
Belkin Tech Support
Europe: 00 800 223 55 460
© 2005 Belkin Corporation. All rights reserved. All trade names
are registered trademarks of respective manufacturers listed.
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