Fujitsu 1600 Laptop User Manual

Fujitsu Personal Systems, Inc. has made every effort to ensure the accuracy and
completeness of this document; however, because ongoing development efforts are
made to continually improve the capabilities of our products, we cannot guarantee the
accuracy of the contents of this document. We disclaim liability for errors, omissions,
or future changes herein.
Point 1600 and Point 510 are trademarks of Fujitsu Personal Systems, Inc.
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Copyright 1998
Fujitsu Personal Systems, Inc.
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Agency Compliance
UL Notices
Cautions
• For continued protection against the risk of fire, replace
only with the same type and rating of fuse.
• There is a danger of explosion if the CMOS battery is
incorrectly replaced. Replace only with the same or
equivalent type recommended by the manufacturer.
Dispose of used batteries according to manufacturer's
instruction.
• Changes or modifications not expressly approved by
Fujitsu Personal Systems, Inc. could void this user’s
authority to operate the equipment.
Warnings
• The CMOS battery may explode if mistreated. Do not
recharge, disassemble, or dispose of in fire.
• For a spare Point 1600 battery pack, order only Fujitsu
Model FMW27BP1.
• To charge the Point 1600 battery pack externally, use only
the Fujitsu FMW26BC1 external battery charger.
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FCC Notices
DECLARATION OF CONFORMITY
according to FCC Part 15
Responsible Party Name:
Address:
Telephone:
Declares that product:
Fujitsu Personal Systems, Inc.
5200 Patrick Henry Drive
Santa Clara, CA
408-982-9500
Model: Point 1600 Pen Tablet
Complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules
This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC rules. Operation is subject to
the following two conditions: (1) This device may not cause harmful
interference, and (2) This device must accept any interference received,
including interference that may cause undesired operation.
David Woo - Mgr. Agency Compliance
Full Name / Title
Note:
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8-14-98
Date
For more detailed information about the FCC rules and their applicability to the
Point 1600 pen tablet, refer to Appendix A of this document.
Table of Contents
Chapter 1
Getting Started
Features and Controls ................................................................................
Status LEDs ..................................................................................................
Included with the Point 1600 Pen Tablet.................................................
Optional Accessories ..................................................................................
Connectivity Peripherals ...........................................................................
1-3
1-4
1-6
1-7
1-8
Chapter 2
Using the Point 1600 Pen Tablet
System Power States ...................................................................................
Low Battery Pack Conditions....................................................................
Suspend/Resume Button Configuration.................................................
Starting or Resuming the System .............................................................
Suspending the System ..............................................................................
Other Suspend/Resume Issues.................................................................
Shutting Down the System ........................................................................
Using the Pen...............................................................................................
Ensuring Pen Accuracy ..............................................................................
Using Hotpads.............................................................................................
Charging the Battery Pack (While Installed in the Pen Tablet)............
Removing and Installing the Battery Pack..............................................
Conserving Battery Power.........................................................................
Using Connectors and Peripheral Interfaces ..........................................
Optional Wireless LAN Adapter ..............................................................
Using the Optional Built-In Modem ........................................................
2-1
2-3
2-4
2-5
2-6
2-7
2-8
2-8
2-10
2-10
2-11
2-12
2-13
2-14
2-17
2-17
Chapter 3
Care, Maintenance, and Troubleshooting
Protecting the Display Screen ...................................................................
Installing a Screen Protector..........................................................
Taking Care of the Pen ...............................................................................
Protecting the Pen Tablet in Harsh Environments ................................
Avoiding Overheating ...............................................................................
Storing the Pen Tablet ................................................................................
Calibrating the Pen .....................................................................................
Troubleshooting ..........................................................................................
System Will Not Resume or Turn On ..........................................
System Will Not Respond..............................................................
Display Screen Is Blank or Difficult to Read...............................
Infrared Data Transfer Is Not Working .......................................
Wireless LAN Connection Is Lost ................................................
Cursor Is Not Tracking Pen...........................................................
Audio Volume Is Too Low ............................................................
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3-1
3-3
3-3
3-3
3-3
3-4
3-5
3-5
3-6
3-6
3-7
3-8
3-8
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Appendix A
Agency Notices
FCC Notices ................................................................................................. A-1
DOC (Industry Canada) Compliance Notices ........................................ A-3
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Chapter 1
Getting Started
This chapter gives an overview of the Point 1600 pen tablet’s features and explains
basic use. The Point 1600TM pen tablet runs the Windows 95 or Windows 98 operating
system. Figure 1-1 and Figure 1-2 show the location of features and controls on the pen
tablet.
Wireless LAN Adapter
or Modem (optional)
Pen
(in pen holder)
PC Card Door
USB Port
IrDA Port
Microphone
Suspend/Resume
Button
MIC
Kensington MicroSaver
Security Slot
Status LEDs
Speaker
Hotpads
Battery Pack
Figure 1-1 Point 1600 Pen Tablet Features – Front
1-1
Pen Tether
Attachment
Point
Stereo Headphone
Jack
Handstrap
Attachment
Points
Mono Microphone
Jack
Pen Tether
Attachment
Point
Serial Port A
Hard Disk
Drive (built-in)
DC Power Input
Keyboard/Mouse Port
Battery Pack
(removable)
System Interface Port
Floppy Disk Drive Port
High-Usage Contacts
Figure 1-2 Point 1600 Pen Tablet Features – Back
1-2
Getting Started
Features and Controls
1
The main features and controls that you use to operate the Point 1600 pen tablet are
described briefly below. Use of these features and controls is described in detail later
in this manual. (Features called out in Figure 1-1 and Figure 1-2 which are not listed
here are also described later in this manual.)
• Suspend/Resume Button
Allows you to suspend or resume system operation or turn the pen tablet on or off
depending on how your system is configured.
• Status LEDs
Indicate system power state, battery state, and hard disk drive access.
• Pen and Pen Holder
The pen is the main input device that you use to enter data and run programs. The
pen should be stored in the pen holder while not in use.
• Hotpads
Tap on the hotpads to adjust speaker volume, display contrast and brightness, to
perform a right-mouse-button click, or select the display device.
• DC Power Input
Allows you to attach an external power source to power the pen tablet and charge
the battery pack.
• Keyboard/Mouse Port
Allows you to connect the Fujitsu keyboard or a PS/2-style mouse. (Most
PS/2-style keyboards can be connected successfully.)
• Optional Wireless LAN Adapter or Built-In Modem
Your system may be equipped with an optional wireless LAN adapter, in which
case the antenna (shown) may be present, or an optional built-in modem, in which
case an RJ-11 jack (not shown) is present in this location.
• Battery Pack
The battery pack on the Point 1600 pen tablet can be charged in the pen tablet or
can be removed from the pen tablet and charged in an external battery charger
(sold separately).
• Hard Disk Drive
The Point 1600 pen tablet is equipped with a built-in hard disk drive.
Features and Controls
1-3
Status LEDs
1
The status LEDs indicate various system conditions including power state, hard disk
drive use, and battery charge level. Figure 1-3 shows the status LEDs on the front of
the Point 1600 pen tablet.
MIC
Microphone
Power LED
HDD Access LED
Charge LED
Low-Battery LED
Figure 1-3 Status LEDs
Table 1-1 describes conditions indicated by each status LED. For details on power
states indicated by the Power LED, see “System Power States” on page 2-1. For more
information about battery use and maintenance, see “Charging the Battery Pack
(While Installed in the Pen Tablet)” on page 2-11 and “Low Battery Pack Conditions”
on page 2-3.
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Getting Started
Table 1-1 Status LEDs
LED
Power LED
HDD Access
LED
Charge LED
Low-Battery
LED
Appearance of LED
System Status
Indicates system power state.
LED on continuously.
System is Fully On.
LED flashing (once every 4 seconds).
Suspend mode.
LED off
System is off.
Indicates when the system is accessing the built-in hard disk drive (HDD).
LED on.
HDD is being accessed.
LED off.
HDD is not being accessed.
Indicates battery pack is charging. (Note that this LED flashes once when
external power is initially connected.)
LED on continuously.
Fast Charge mode, 0 to 89% of
capacity.
LED flashing. (Flashes faster at 90%
capacity, slower at 99%.)
Slow Charge mode, 90-99% of
capacity.
LED off.
Not Charging, external power is not
connected.
Indicates low charge condition of the battery pack. See “Low Battery Pack
Conditions” on page 2-3 for more information.
LED off.
Good Battery, or external power
connected.
LED flashing slowly (1 second on, 1
second off).
Low Battery, approximately 15%
charge remaining.
LED flashing quickly (1/2 second on,
1/2 second off).
Very Low Battery, approximately 8%
charge remaining.
LED flashing very slowly
(once every 4 seconds).
Critically Low Battery, system forced to
suspend and cannot be resumed
unless external power is connected or
charged battery pack is installed.
Status LEDs
1-5
Included with the Point 1600 Pen Tablet
1
The following items are included with the Point 1600 pen tablet:
• AC adapter
• Optional built-in 56 Kbps* internal modem (V.90): 53 Kbps receive/33.6 Kbps
send/14.4 Kbps fax
• Optional built-in wireless LAN adapter*
• Point 1600 pen
• Two screen protectors
• Point 1600 battery pack, installed in the pen tablet
• User’s guide for the operating system preinstalled on the pen tablet, with a
certificate of authenticity for operating the system software
• Warranty card
*
1-6
The 56 Kbps rate is nominal; due to FCC restrictions, actual rates are limited
to 53 Kbps. (The pen tablet can be equipped with the optional built-in modem
or optional built-in wireless LAN adapter, but not both.)
Getting Started
Optional Accessories
1
The following optional accessories can be used with the Point 1600 pen tablet:
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•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
FMWSP7
FMW27PN1
FMWCC28
FMWCC31
FMWST2
FMWHS5
FMWCB2
FMWBCR1
FMWCC24
FMWKB3A
FMWKB3B
FMWKB3F
FMWKB3D
FMWKB3E
FMWFD2
FMWDS3
FMW27BP1
FMW26BC1
Spare Screen Protectors (12-pack)
Spare Pens (5-pack)
Slip Case
Harsh Environment Case
Pen Tether
Hand Strap
Auto Adapter
Bar Code Reader
Keyboard Combo Case
Mobile Keyboard (US English)
Mobile Keyboard (UK English)
Mobile Keyboard (French)
Mobile Keyboard (German)
Mobile Keyboard (Italian)
Floppy Disk Drive
Folding Desk Stand
Spare Point 1600 Battery Pack
External Battery Charger
Refer to the instructions provided with these accessories for details on their use.
Optional Accessories
1-7
Connectivity Peripherals
1
The following connectivity peripherals can be used with the Point 1600 pen tablet.
Note that the Point 1600 pen tablet is compatible with connectivity peripherals
designed for use with the Point 510 pen tablet.
•
•
•
•
•
•
High-Usage Cradle
High-Connectivity Cradle
Port Replicator
Wall-Mount Cradle
Portable Port Expander
Charge-Only Cradle
The nonlocking versions of these peripherals are not equipped with the tubular lock
and cradle latches that are present on the locking versions.
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Getting Started
Chapter 2
Using the Point 1600 Pen Tablet
This chapter covers the fundamental concepts and system operations with which you
need to be familiar to use the Point 1600 pen tablet including:
•
•
•
•
•
•
Starting the pen tablet
Using the pen
Charging the battery pack
Connecting to other equipment
Shutting down the pen tablet
Using hotpads
System Power States
2
Before you begin using the Point 1600 pen tablet, familiarize yourself with the
different system power states that the pen tablet can use. Being familiar with these
system states will help you determine whether it is appropriate to turn on, resume,
suspend, or shut down the system when you begin a new session or end your current
session. System behavior for each system power state (or mode) is described briefly
in the following, with each system state listed in decreasing order of power usage:
• Fully On state
The system is running and the display screen is on. The system responds to the
pen or other input.
• Idle and Standby state
Some system functions are regulated or turned off to conserve power. The display
screen may be turned off (depending on how your system is configured). The
system returns to the Fully On state when pen activity or other input is detected.
• Suspend mode
System operation is suspended. Most system functions are turned off to conserve
power. Power to memory remains on, maintaining active data including files and
programs that were open or running before system operation was suspended. The
system does not respond to the pen.
• Off state
All system functions are turned off to conserve power. The system does not
respond to the pen or other input.
System Power States
2-1
Your system may be configured to transition between these states automatically after
a period of inactivity to conserve battery power.
To determine the current system state, observe the Power LED. Table 1-1 on page 1-5
gives the different system states represented by the Power LED. (Note that if the
Power LED is off, the Off state is indicated.)
2-2
Using the Point 1600 Pen Tablet
Low Battery Pack Conditions
2
Table 2-1 gives details on system conditions for each charge level indicated by the
Low-Battery LED.
Table 2-1 Low Battery Pack Conditions
Low-Battery LED
Low Battery Condition
LED off.
Good Battery
Greater than 15% battery pack charge remaining. *
LED flashing slowly
(1 second on, 1 second
off).
Low Battery Warning
15% to 8% battery pack charge remaining.*
LED flashing quickly
(1/2 second on, 1/2
second off).
Very Low Battery Warning
8% or less battery pack charge remaining.*
LED flashing very slowly
(1 short flash every 4
seconds).
Critically Low Battery
• If the system is running when the charge drops to the
Critically Low Battery level, the system is forced into
Suspend mode.
• If the system is in Suspend mode when the charge drops
to the Critically Low Battery level, the system remains in
Suspend mode.
The system cannot be started or resumed until a charged
battery pack is installed or external power is connected.
LED off, system not
running and will not start.
*
Discharged Battery
The battery pack charge is not sufficient to provide power in
any mode. After the battery pack drops to the discharged
level, power is supplied to the system by the built-in bridge
battery. The bridge battery can power the system in Suspend
mode for about 3 minutes, after which time any data stored in
memory (suspended data) is lost.
The system cannot be started or resumed until a charged
battery pack is installed or external power is connected.
These are approximate values. The percent of charge remaining indicated by your
operating system or power management software may differ.
Low Battery Pack Conditions
2-3
Suspend/Resume Button Configuration
2
The Suspend/Resume button on the pen tablet can be configured using one of the
following three settings:
• Normal
In the Normal setting, the system suspends or resumes operation when you press
the Suspend/Resume button. If the system has been shut down, pressing the
Suspend/Resume button starts the system.
• Resume Only
In the Resume Only setting, the Suspend/Resume button can only be used to
resume system operation or start the system if it has been shut down.
• Power On/Off
In the Power On/Off setting, the system turns on or off when you press the
Suspend/Resume button. (Note that in this setting, pressing the
Suspend/Resume button will resume the system if it has been suspended using a
software command.)
Caution
If your system is configured to use the Power On/Off setting,
do not attempt to suspend system operation by pressing the
Suspend/Resume button. Doing so will cause data in open
files and applications to be lost. Ask your local help desk or
reseller for assistance if you are not sure how your system is
configured.
2-4
Using the Point 1600 Pen Tablet
Starting or Resuming the System
2
To start or resume the system,
1. Press the Suspend/Resume button once.
If system operation was suspended in the previous session, system operation will
resume. If the system was shut down in the previous session, the system will start
and the operating system will load.
2. Wait for the system to start or resume.
It may take several seconds for the system to start or resume after pressing the
Suspend/Resume button. (The display screen turns on before the pen becomes
active.) Do not press the Suspend/Resume button repeatedly, more firmly, or
hold it down continuously. Doing so will interrupt the resume or system boot
procedure.
You can use the pen tablet as soon as system operation resumes or the operating
system has finished loading.
Starting or Resuming the System
2-5
Suspending the System
2
You can conserve battery power by suspending the system when you are not using the
pen tablet. Suspending the system allows you to stop the system without closing files
or exiting programs that are open or running.
To suspend the system,
1. Choose one of the following:
• If the Suspend/Resume button on your system is configured to use the
Normal setting, press the Suspend/Resume button or carry out the Suspend
command in your operating system or application software.
• If the Suspend/Resume button on your system is configured to use the Power
On/Off or Resume Only setting, carry out the Suspend command in your
operating system or application software.
If you are not sure how the Suspend/Resume button is configured, contact your
local help desk for assistance.
2. Wait for the system to suspend operation; it may take a few seconds. The pen tablet
emits a double beep (if the speaker is on) just before entering Suspend mode.
Do not press the Suspend/Resume button repeatedly, more firmly, or hold it
down continuously. Doing so will interrupt the suspend procedure.
3. Observe the Power LED. If the LED is blinking once every 4 seconds, the system is
in Suspend mode.
Once system operation is suspended, you can:
• Remove the battery pack from the pen tablet and install a charged battery pack.
(The bridge battery in the pen tablet will provide sufficient power in Suspend
mode for about 3 minutes.) To prevent losing unsaved data, wait until system
operation is suspended before you remove the battery pack.
• Connect or disconnect peripherals from the pen tablet.
• Resume system operation by pressing the Suspend/Resume button as described
earlier.
2-6
Using the Point 1600 Pen Tablet
Other Suspend/Resume Issues
2
Other issues you should consider when suspending or resuming system operation
include the following:
• Your system may be configured to suspend operation automatically after a period
of inactivity. Also, your system can be configured to resume operation
automatically at a given time or when the optional modem detects a ring on the
phone line.
• The system uses a small amount of battery power when in Suspend mode.
Eventually, the battery will become fully discharged. (A fully charged battery
pack can power the system in Suspend mode for about 10 days.) If you will not be
using the system for an extended period of time, shut down the system rather
than using Suspend mode.
• If the battery pack charge drops to the Low-Battery Warning level while the
system is in Suspend mode, the system will beep periodically (regardless of the
speaker volume setting). If this occurs, either resume system operation and shut
down the system or attach an external power source, such as the AC adapter, to
the pen tablet.
• If the system is running (or in Suspend mode) when the battery pack charge drops
to the Critically Low level, the system is forced into Suspend mode and cannot be
resumed until external power is connected or a charged battery pack is installed.
If this occurs, install a charged battery pack or connect an external power source
such as the AC adapter.
• Suspending system operation interrupts data communications; however, some
programs may block the system from suspending to prevent an interruption.
• The Suspend/Resume button on your system may be disabled. If this is the case,
pressing the Suspend/Resume button will not suspend system operation as
described here.
• If your system is equipped with a wireless LAN adapter, you may be logged off
the network after a period of inactivity while system operation is suspended.
Contact your network administrator or local help desk for details on log-off
parameters for your network.
• Your system may be configured to resume when activity is detected on the serial
port or when a ring is detected on the modem line.
Other Suspend/Resume Issues
2-7
Shutting Down the System
2
When you shut down your system, the pen tablet enters the Off power state. If you will
not be using the pen tablet for an extended period of time (several days), you should
shut down the system to prevent the battery pack from discharging completely.
To shut down the system,
1. If system operation is suspended, resume system operation.
2. Ensure that all valuable data in open files and applications is saved.
3. Choose Shut Down from the Start menu and carry out the Shut Down command.
4. Wait while Windows shuts down your system. The system turns off automatically.
The system is now in the Off state.
Note:
If you are storing the system, ensure that a charged battery pack is installed to
prevent the bridge battery from becoming discharged. The system continues to draw
a very small amount of power while in the Off state. When the battery pack charge
drops below a predetermined threshold (lower than the Critically Low threshold),
the pen tablet draws power from the bridge battery.
Using the Pen
2
You can use the Point 1600 pen (included with the pen tablet) to select items and run
programs on the Point 1600 pen tablet much as you would use a mouse on a desktop
computer. The pen can be used like a two-button mouse. Programs that support
handwriting recognition allow you to write characters directly on the screen with the
pen.
Caution
• Ensure that a screen protector is installed on the pen tablet
display screen before you use the pen. See “Protecting the
Display Screen” on page 3-1 for details.
• The warranty does not cover a screen that is scratched as
a result of not using a screen protector.
• Do not use a ballpoint pen or any sharp object on the pen
tablet. Doing so can mar or scratch the screen surface.
2-8
Using the Point 1600 Pen Tablet
Here are some hints on how to use the pen like a two-button mouse on a desktop
system.
• To select an object, tap the pen tip on the object once. This functions like a mouse
button click with the left mouse button.
• To “double-click” an object, as you would double-click with a mouse, tap twice
quickly, or “double-tap,” on the object.
• To “right-click,” as you would with a mouse, tap the pen tip on the Right Mouse
Hotpad once, then tap on the desired object. (The hotpads are described on page
2-10.)
• To move the cursor, lift the pen (the cursor stops moving) and then tap the screen
where you want the cursor to appear (the cursor appears in that area).
• To move or “drag” an object on the screen, place the pen tip directly over the
object, then as you press and hold the pen tip against the display screen, move the
pen.
The pen can be attached to the tablet with an optional pen tether. The pen tablet has
attachment points on the right and left sides to accommodate left-handed and
right-handed users.
Pen Tether (sold separately)
Figure 2-1 Point 1600 Pen and Tether
Using the Pen
2-9
Ensuring Pen Accuracy
2
The Point 1600 pen tablet comes from the factory already calibrated so that the cursor
location matches the pen tip location. If the cursor is not displayed directly under the
pen tip when you touch the screen, then you should calibrate the pen tablet. For more
information, see “Calibrating the Pen” on page 3-4.
Using Hotpads
2
The hotpads are controls along the lower edge of the Point 1600 screen that let you use
functions and make adjustments to the system. You use the hotpads by tapping them
with the pen. The following figure shows the name of each hotpad. Table 2-2 shows
the function performed when you tap each hotpad.
Display Select
Speaker Volume
Contrast Down
Right Mouse Button
Contrast Up
Brightness
Table 2-2 Hotpads
Speaker
Volume
Tap this hotpad to change the speaker volume to
the low, medium, high, or off setting. (Note that the
sound level may also be controlled by settings in
your application or operating system software.)
Display Select
Tap this hotpad to select an external monitor, the
pen tablet display screen, or both as the active
display.
Right Mouse
button
Tap this hotpad once to perform a right mouse
button click with your next pen tap.
Contrast Down
Contrast Up
Tap these hotpads (or press and hold with the pen
tip) to adjust the display screen contrast up or
down.
Brightness
Tap this hotpad to change the display brightness
setting. The brightness can be set to one of 2
levels (high or low).
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Using the Point 1600 Pen Tablet
Charging the Battery Pack (While Installed in the Pen Tablet)
2
The Point 1600 battery pack can be charged while it is installed in the Point 1600 pen
tablet. To charge the battery pack,
1. Look at the Low-Battery LED while the pen tablet is disconnected from external
power to determine the battery pack charge level before you begin charging the
battery pack. Table 1-1 on page 1-5 shows the battery pack charge level represented
by the Low-Battery LED. The lower the battery level, the longer the battery pack
will require for recharging.
2. Connect the pen tablet to an external power source. The Charge LED flashes once
when external power is initially connected. The Charge LED will then indicate
whether the charge level is above or below 90% as discussed in Table 1-1 on page
1-5. (Note that external power can be provided by a source such as an AC adapter
or a connectivity peripheral that provides DC power.)
If the battery pack charge is below 90%, the battery pack charges in fast charge
mode. If the battery pack charge is 90% or higher, the battery pack charges in slow
charge mode. (This protects the battery pack from being overcharged.)
If fully discharged, the battery pack recharges to 90% in about 90 minutes. (Charging
may take longer if peripherals are attached.) You can use the pen tablet, suspend
system operation, or shut down the system, without interrupting the charging process.
Also, note that there is no “memory effect”. You can begin charging the battery pack at
any charge level.
Charging the Battery Pack (While Installed in the Pen Tablet)
2-11
Removing and Installing the Battery Pack
2
The battery pack can be removed from the pen tablet and replaced with a charged
battery pack. You can then charge the battery pack that you removed in the optional
external battery charger. You can remove or install the battery pack while the system
is Off, in Suspend mode, or connected to external power.
Caution
Do not remove the battery pack while the system is running
unless the system is connected to an external power source
such as the AC adapter. Doing so will turn off the system and
can damage files used by the operating system or applications.
To remove and install the battery pack,
1. Suspend or shut down the pen tablet. (Save any important files and information in
programs that you are using before shutting down the pen tablet.) For more
information, see “Suspending the System” on page 2-6 or “Shutting Down the
System” on page 2-8.
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Using the Point 1600 Pen Tablet
2. Slide the battery latch on the battery pack currently installed in the pen tablet to
the open position as shown in Figure 2-2.
Battery Pack
Slide battery pack
out to remove.
Slide latch to open.
Battery Latch
Figure 2-2 Removing the Battery Pack
3. Slide the battery pack out of the pen tablet.
You can now install a charged battery pack in the pen tablet and charge the battery
pack that you removed in an external battery charger if one is available. See the
instructions that came with your external battery charger for details.
4. To install a battery pack in the pen tablet, slide the latch on the battery pack to the
open position.
5. Slide the battery pack into the pen tablet until it fits snugly. Slide the latch to the
closed position to latch the battery pack in place.
You can now start or resume the system and use the pen tablet.
Conserving Battery Power
2
A fully charged battery pack can power the Point 1600 pen tablet for about 4 hours
under typical use (with power management). Your results may vary depending on
how the pen tablet is configured. You can extend the life of your battery pack by
conserving battery power.
Conserving Battery Power
2-13
Here are some suggestions for conserving battery power:
• If you will not be using the pen tablet for a few minutes, put the pen tablet in
Suspend mode (see “Suspending the System” on page 2-6).
• If you will not be using the pen tablet for an extended period of time, such as at the
end of your work day, shut down the system.
• Select the low brightness setting for the screen by tapping the Brightness Hotpad
(see “Using Hotpads” on page 2-10).
Using Connectors and Peripheral Interfaces
2
Connectors and peripheral interfaces on the Point 1600 pen tablet allow you to connect
a variety of equipment to the pen tablet, such as a microphone, headphones, keyboard,
or printer. You can also connect your pen tablet to one of several cradles, which allow
you to connect to stationary peripherals easily.
For details on using cradles and other connectivity peripherals, refer to the
Connectivity Peripherals User Guide or contact your local help desk.
The location of peripheral connectors on the pen tablet are shown in Figure 2-3, Figure
2-4, and Figure 2-5.
PC Card Slot
Modem Jack
(modem is optional)
Eject Button
PC Card Door
Reset Button
USB Port
Figure 2-3 Point 1600 Pen Tablet Connectors - Top
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Using the Point 1600 Pen Tablet
IrDA Port
Keyboard/
Mouse
Port
DC Power
Input
Serial Port A
Microphone
Jack
Headphone
Jack
Figure 2-4 Point 1600 Pen Tablet Connectors- Right
High-Usage
Contacts
Floppy Disk Drive
Port Cover
System Interface Port
(Shown with shutters open.)
Figure 2-5 Point 1600 Pen Tablet Connectors - Bottom
Using Connectors and Peripheral Interfaces
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Peripheral connectors on the pen tablet are described in the following:
• Modem Jack (optional)
Systems with an optional built-in modem can connect to a phone line using this
jack.
• PC Card Slot
This slot allows you to use a PC Card with the Point 1600 pen tablet. To remove a
PC Card, press the Eject button inside the PC Card door.
• Universal Serial Bus (USB) Port
The USB Port allows you to connect Universal Serial Bus-compliant devices to the
pen tablet.
• IrDA Port
This port is an infrared transceiver built into the pen tablet which allows you to
communicate with other devices that are compliant with the IrDA Standard
Revision 1.1 or 1.0. Effective range for infrared communication is about 3 feet, and
within 15 degrees off of center. A clear line-of-sight path must exist between the
IrDA port on the pen tablet and the IrDA transceiver on the other device.
• Keyboard/Mouse Port
This port allows you to connect the Fujitsu keyboard or a PS/2-style mouse. (Most
PS/2-style keyboards can be connected successfully.)
• DC Power Input
This input allows you to connect an external power source such as the AC adapter
or Auto adapter.
• Serial Port A
This is a 9-pin RS-232-C serial port which allows you to connect a device with a
serial port such as an external modem.
• Microphone Jack
This jack allows you to connect a monaural microphone to the pen tablet. The pen
tablet’s built-in microphone is disabled when you use this jack.
• Headphone Jack
This jack allows you to connect stereo headphones or external powered speakers
to the pen tablet. The pen tablet’s built-in speaker is disabled when you use this
jack.
• High-Usage Contacts
These metal contacts allow you to use the pen tablet with peripherals such as the
high-usage cradle and charge-only cradle.
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• System Interface Port
This port allows you to use the pen tablet with peripherals such as the portable
port expander or high-connectivity cradle.
• Floppy Disk Drive Port
This port allows you to connect the Fujitsu FMWFD2 floppy disk drive.
Optional Wireless LAN Adapter
2
The Point 1600 pen tablet can be equipped with an optional wireless local area
network (LAN) adapter that allows you to send and receive data over a wireless
network at your work site. To access the wireless network, your pen tablet must be
within range of a wireless hub or access point. Access points can be stationed throughout
the facility to carry the signals between the Point 1600 pen tablet and the wired LAN.
Contact your local help desk or the administrator for your wireless network for details
on using the pen tablet with a wireless LAN.
Using the Optional Built-In Modem
2
Some systems are equipped with an optional built-in fax/data modem. To use the
modem,
1. Connect a phone line to the modem jack on the pen tablet. Figure 2-3 shows the
location of the modem jack. (The built-in modem is designed for global use;
however, an adapter may be required to connect your phone line to the modem
jack in countries outside North America. Obtain an adapter from a local supplier
if necessary.)
2. Start your communications software.
You can now use the modem with your communications software. Refer to the
documentation for your communications software for details on connecting to a
dial-up service.
Note the following when using the modem:
• If your telephone service includes a call-waiting feature, it should be disabled
before you use your modem to avoid a communication interruption. Contact your
telephone company for instructions on how to disable call waiting.
• If the modem does not appear to be responding, ensure that the modem is enabled
and properly configured in your operating system software. Contact your local
help desk or dial-up service provider for help configuring modem settings.
Optional Wireless LAN Adapter
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Chapter 3
Care, Maintenance, and Troubleshooting
This chapter provides information on routine care and maintenance of the Point 1600
pen tablet. Information on troubleshooting some common problems is also given.
Protecting the Display Screen
3
The Point 1600 pen tablet is designed to provide you with years of service. Using a
screen protector will help ensure that the screen remains as clear as possible. When
installed, the screen protector becomes a durable, replaceable, antiglare writing
surface that protects the display screen from abrasion.
To obtain additional screen protectors, use order number FMWSP7 (12-pack).
Additional information about installation is included with the screen protectors.
Caution
During normal use of the pen tablet, small particles from the
environment can become embedded in the pen tip and
scratch the screen. To prevent scratching the screen, ensure
that a screen protector is installed before using your pen
tablet. The warranty does not cover a screen that is scratched
as a result of not using a screen protector.
Installing a Screen Protector
3
To install a new screen protector on your pen tablet:
1. If a screen protector is already installed on the display screen, remove it before
installing the new screen protector.
The screen protector is held onto the display screen surface by a thin strip of
adhesive around the edges. A notch in one corner of the screen protector allows
you to slide your fingernail under the screen protector and easily remove the
screen protector.
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2. Clean the display screen surface by wiping the screen surface gently using a soft
cotton cloth dampened with denatured alcohol. Ensure that all film has been
removed from the screen before applying a new screen protector.
Caution
The Point 1600 pen tablet is not waterproof. Do not pour
liquids on the system or wash it with a heavily soaked cloth.
3. Remove the protective plastic cover from the adhesive side of the screen protector
first.
4. Apply the screen protector to the display screen surface. When doing so, orient
the screen protector with the adhesive side of the screen protector facing the
display screen and the notched corner of the screen protector toward the lower
left corner of the display screen.
5. Remove the protective plastic cover from the face of the screen protector. (The
screen protector is shipped with protective plastic covers on both sides.)
6. Apply pressure to the screen protector along the edges. The adhesive sets
completely within 48 hours. To ensure a good seal between the screen protector
and the display, do not lift the screen protector from the display once it has been
applied.
7. Wipe the screen protector with a soft dry cloth to remove any low-tack adhesive;
this will help to prevent the pen tip from squeaking.
The screen protector is now installed.
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Taking Care of the Pen
3
The Point 1600 pen tip is made of a soft plastic material that is designed to minimize
scratching of the display screen. With use, the pen tip may become worn or may pick
up particles of dust or dirt that can scratch the display screen. Using a damaged or
warped pen tip on the Point 1600 pen tablet may cause unpredictable results. If your
pen exhibits problems, replace the pen with another Point 1600 pen. Replacement pens
are available from your reseller (order number FMW27PN1, 5-pack).
Protecting the Pen Tablet in Harsh Environments
3
The Point 1600 pen tablet is designed for use in protected environments where there is
no direct exposure to rain, mists, or sprays. Avoid exposing the pen tablet to these
conditions. Note that using the pen tablet in a slip case or harsh environment case
offers some protection; however, neither the slip case or harsh environment case
renders the pen tablet waterproof or submersible.
Avoiding Overheating
3
The pen tablet monitors its internal temperature. As the internal temperature
approaches the tolerable limits of heat-sensitive components, system functions are
automatically limited or turned off to prevent heat damage.
Heat does not dissipate as efficiently when the pen tablet is installed in the harsh
environment case. Ensure that the pen tablet is either suspended or off when external
power is connected and the pen tablet is in the harsh environment case. This avoids
overheating while the battery pack is charging.
Storing the Pen Tablet
3
Store the pen tablet in the Fully Off state with a charged battery pack installed. The
battery pack provides power to some internal components even when the pen tablet is
turned off. You can store the pen tablet for about 30 days with a fully charged battery
pack installed. After 30 days, you should recharge the battery pack or replace it with a
fully charged battery pack.
Taking Care of the Pen
3-3
Calibrating the Pen
3
If the cursor does not appear under the tip of the pen or appears to be misaligned with
the pen tip, you should calibrate the pen. The pen tablet determines where the pen tip
touches the display screen in order to determine the correct location of the cursor.
Calibrating the pen may be necessary to accurately align the cursor with the actual
position of the pen tip in the following situations:
• The previous user of the pen tablet writes with the opposite hand and has
calibrated the pen tablet.
• The Point 1600 pen tablet has been in use for some time without being recalibrated.
• The screen has been rotated from landscape (wide) to portrait (tall) orientation, or
from portrait to landscape orientation. (Note that rotating the screen does not
affect pen calibration, however, changing the screen orientation may cause you to
hold the pen tablet and pen in a slightly different position.)
To calibrate the pen:
1. From the Start menu, choose Settings, then choose Control Panel. Double-tap the
Pen Configuration icon. Tap the Calibration tab. On the Calibration property sheet,
tap the Pen Calibration button. Instructions for calibrating the pen are displayed.
Note that if the pen is too far out of calibration, you cannot perform the pen
calibration procedure. In this is the case, the system prompts you to restore default
calibration settings. Tap the Default Calibration button. You can calibrate the pen
after default settings are restored.
2. Position the pen tablet as you normally do during use. (Hold the pen at the angle
that you regularly use.)
Ensure that you touch only the screen with the tip of the pen during the calibration
procedure. Touching your hand or any object other than the pen tip on the screen
will cause inaccurate pen calibration.
3. Perform the calibration steps according to the instructions on the screen. The
calibration utility displays a cross-hair symbol in each corner of the screen, one
corner at a time. Hold the pen as you normally do while using the system and, as
accurately as possible, tap the center of each cross-hair as it is displayed.
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4. A dialog box is displayed after you tap the last of the cross-hair symbols. Choose
one of the following in the dialog box:
• OK: If you are satisfied that you tapped the cross-hairs accurately. (Your taps
are used to calibrate the screen.)
• Cancel: If you do not want to use your taps to calibrate the screen.
• Recalibrate: If you want to try again. The calibration instructions reappear.
(Go to step 3 of this procedure.)
If you don’t choose any of the buttons in the dialog box within 20 seconds, your
new calibration settings are discarded and previous calibration settings are used.
If you successfully performed the procedure above, the pen is now calibrated, and you
can use the system as you normally would.
Troubleshooting
3
Solutions to some common problems are described in this section. If you are
experiencing a problem with your Point 1600 pen tablet that you cannot solve by
taking the actions described here, contact your local help desk.
System Will Not Resume or Turn On
3
If the system will not resume or turn on, check the following possible causes:
• The battery pack may be discharged to the critically low level or may be defective.
When the battery pack cannot supply adequate power, the pen tablet will not
resume or start. Connect an external power supply (such as the AC adapter or a
cradle that supplies external power), or install a charged battery pack in the pen
tablet.
• The pen tablet might be too hot. To avoid damage to heat-sensitive components,
the pen tablet enters Suspend mode if it gets too hot. The system cannot resume
operation until it cools off to a predetermined temperature. Move the pen tablet to
a cooler location and prevent direct sunlight form shining on it.
Troubleshooting
3-5
System Will Not Respond
3
If the system will not respond to user input or appears to be “hung”, you can turn off
the system by pressing the Reset button. You can then start the system by pressing the
Suspend/Resume button. The location of the Reset button is shown on page 2-14.
Caution
Active data will be lost if you press the Reset button. If your
system hangs frequently, there may be problems with your
operating system configuration or pen tablet hardware.
Contact your local help desk for further assistance if
necessary.
Display Screen Is Blank or Difficult to Read
3
If the display screen is blank or difficult to read, try adjusting the display screen
settings. See “Using Hotpads” on page 2-10 for details on adjusting the display screen
settings. Also, check the following:
• If the display screen is blank, confirm that the pen tablet is running (the Power
LED is on continuously).
• The display contrast setting may be set to extreme high or low levels, causing the
screen to appear blank. Try adjusting the contrast using the hotpads.
• The ambient temperature can affect the display contrast. You may need to adjust
the display contrast periodically, using the hotpads, to compensate for changes in
temperature.
• The pen tablet might be set up to use an external monitor. Tap the Display Select
Hotpad to determine if the pen tablet display screen is selected.
• The video timeout may have expired. To conserve power, the system may be
configured to turn off the display screen after a period of time. Tap the screen to
activate the display.
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Infrared Data Transfer Is Not Working
3
If you are experiencing problems transferring data over the pen tablet’s infrared
interface (IrDA port), check the following:
• Can the IrDA port on the pen tablet “see” the IrDA port on the other device? There
must be a direct line-of-sight path between the IrDA port on the Point 1600 pen
tablet and the IrDA port on the other device.
• Ensure that you are pointing the IrDA port on the pen tablet at the port on the
other device. The “viewing angle” from the IrDA port on the pen tablet must not
be more than 15 degrees from center.
• Ensure that the pen tablet is close enough to the other device. The distance
between the two devices must be no more than approximately 3 feet (1 meter).
• The device that you are trying to communicate with must be compliant with the
IrDA Standard Revision 1.1 or lower. If you are unsure, contact your local help
desk.
• Your system must be properly configured before the IrDA port can be used.
Contact your local help desk for assistance if necessary.
Troubleshooting
3-7
Wireless LAN Connection Is Lost
3
The wireless LAN adapter in the pen tablet is designed to send and receive signals
reliably under most conditions. Occasionally, the signal is interrupted. This could
happen when the Point 1600 pen tablet is too far from an access point, or the signal is
physically obstructed by factors such as the material in the structure of the building.
If the pen tablet pauses transmission and does not appear to be resuming transmission,
try moving the pen tablet away from the immediate area until the signal resumes. If
moving the pen tablet does not solve the transmission problem, or if this problem
typically occurs in a specific location, contact your local help desk or reseller.
Cursor Is Not Tracking Pen
3
If the cursor on the screen is not accurately tracking the pen or appears to be
misaligned with the pen, calibrate the pen. See “Calibrating the Pen” earlier in this
chapter for details.
Audio Volume Is Too Low
If the audio volume on your pen tablet speaker or external headphones is too low,
check the following:
• Ensure that the volume level, set with the Speaker Volume Hotpad, is set to an
audible level.
• Ensure that any volume control in your audio software is set to an audible level.
• The audio volume control in your operating system may be muted.
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3
Appendix A
Agency Notices
FCC Notices
3
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B
digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC rules. Changes or modifications not
expressly approved by Fujitsu Personal Systems, Inc., could void the user’s authority
to operate the equipment.
Notice to Users of Radios and Television
3
These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful
interference in a residential installation. This equipment generates, uses, and can
radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the
instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio communications. However,
there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation. If the
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:
• Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.
• Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver.
• Connect the equipment into an outlet that is on a different circuit than the
receiver.
• Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help.
Shielded interconnect cables must be employed with this equipment to ensure
compliance with the pertinent RF emissions limits governing this device.
Notice to Users of the US Telephone Network
Note:
3
Some configurations of the Point 1600 pen tablet do not have an internal modem.
The following information applies only to those systems with an internal modem.
The Point 1600 pen tablet is supplied with an internal modem which complies with
Part 68 of the FCC rules. On the pen tablet is a label that contains the FCC
Registration Number and Ringer Equivalence Number (REN) of this system, along
Agency Notices
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with other information. If requested, users must provide their telephone company
with the following information:
• The telephone number to which the pen tablet is connected
• The Ringer Equivalence Number (REN) for this equipment
• The information that the system requires a standard modular jack type USOC
RJ-11C which is FCC Part 68-compliant
• The FCC Registration Number
This equipment is designed to be connected to the telephone network or premises
wiring using a standard modular jack type USOC RJ-11C which is FCC Part
68-compliant.
The REN is used to determine the number of devices you may connect to your
telephone line and still have all those devices ring when your number is called.Too
many devices on one line may result in failure to ring in response to an incoming call.
In most, but not all, areas, the sum of all of the devices should not exceed five (5). To
be certain of the number of devices you may connect to your line, as determined by
the RENs, contact your local telephone company.
If this equipment causes harm to the telephone network, your telephone company
may discontinue your service temporarily. If possible, they will notify you in
advance. If advance notice is not practical, they will notify you as soon as possible.
You will also be advised of your right to file a complaint with the FCC.
This fax modem also complies with fax branding requirements per FCC Part 68.
If you experience trouble with this equipment, please contact your support
representative.
Your telephone company will probably ask you to disconnect this equipment from
the telephone network until the problem is corrected and you are sure that the
equipment is not malfunctioning.
This equipment may not be used on coin service telephones provided by your
telephone company. Connection to party lines is subject to state tariffs. Contact your
state’s public utility commission, public services commission, or corporation
commission for more information.
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FCC rules prohibit the use of non-hearing aid compatible telephones in the following
locations or applications:
• All public or semipublic coin-operated or credit card telephones.
• Elevators, highways, tunnels, (automobile, subway, railroad, or pedestrian) where
a person with impaired hearing might be isolated in an emergency.
• Places where telephones are specifically installed to alert emergency authorities
such as fire, police, or medical assistance personnel.
• Hospital rooms, residential health care facilities, convalescent homes, and prisons.
• Workstations for the hearing impaired.
• Hotel, motel, or apartment lobbies.
• Stores where telephones are used by patrons to order merchandise.
• Public transportation terminals where telephones are used to call taxis or to
reserve lodging or rental cars.
• In hotel and motel rooms at least ten percent of the rooms must contain hearing
aid compatible telephones which will be provided to hearing impaired customers
on request.
DOC (Industry Canada) Compliance Notices
3
This digital apparatus does not exceed the Class B limits for radio noise emissions
from digital apparatus as set forth in the radio interference regulations of the
Canadian Department of Communications.
Le présent appareil numérique n’émet pas de bruits radioélectriques dépassant les
limites applicables aux appareils numériques de classe B prescrites dans le règlement
sur le brouillage radioélectrique édicté par le Ministère des Communications du
Canada.
Notice to Users of Radios and Television
3
This Class B digital apparatus meets all requirements of the Canadian
Interference-Causing Equipment regulations.
Cet appareil numérique de la classe B respecte toutes les exigences du règlement sur
le matériel brouilleur du Canada.
Agency Notices
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Notice to Users of the Canadian Telephone Network
3
The Canadian Industry Canada label identifies certified equipment. This certification
means that the equipment meets certain telecommunications network protective,
operational, and safety requirements. The Department does not guarantee the
equipment will operate to the user’s satisfaction.
Repairs to telecommunication equipment should be made by a Canadian authorized
maintenance facility. Any repairs or alterations not expressly approved by Fujitsu
Personal Systems, Inc. or any equipment failures may give the telecommunications
company cause to request the user to disconnect the equipment from the telephone
line.
The connecting arrangement code for this equipment is CA11A.
The Load Number is 0.2.
The Load Number assigned to each telephone terminal device denotes the
percentage of the total load to be connected to a telephone loop or circuit to be used
by the device to prevent overloading. The termination on a loop may consist of any
combination of devices such that the total of the load numbers of all devices does not
exceed 100.
Caution
For safety, users should ensure that the electrical ground of the
power utility, the telephone lines, and the metallic water pipes are
connected together. Users should not attempt to make such
connections themselves but should contact the appropriate electric
inspection authority or electrician. This may be particularly
important in rural areas.
Avis Aux Utilisateurs Du Réseau Téléphonique Canadien
3
L’étiquette canadienne Industrie Canada identifie l’équipement certifié. Cette
certification signifie que l’équipement satisfait certaines normes de protection,
d’exploitation et de sécurité des réseaux de télécommunications. Le département ne
garantit pas le fonctionnement de l’équipement à la satisfaction de l’utilisateur.
Le Point 1600 possede un modem interne conforme aux normes de certification
d’Industrie Canada pour protéger les réseaux de télécommunications et satisfaire aux
normes de sécurité. Avant de connecter cet équipement à une ligne téléphonique,
l’utilisateur doit vérifier s’il est permis de connecter cet équipement aux installations
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de télécommunications locales. L’utilisateur est averti que même la conformité aux
normes de certification ne peut dans certains cas empêcher la dégradation du service.
Les réparations de l’équipement de télécommunications doivent être effectuées par
un service de maintenance agréé au Canada. Toute réparation ou modification, qui
n’est pas expressement approuvée par Fujitsu Personal Systems, Inc., ou toute
défaillance de l’équipement peut entrainer la compagnie de télécommunications à
exiger que l’utlilisateur déconnecte l‘équipement de la ligne téléphonique.
Le code d’arrangement de connexion de cet équipement est CA11A.
Le numéro de charge est 0.2.
Le numéro de charge assigné à chaque terminal téléphonique indique le pourcentage
de la charge totale pouvant être connecté à une boucle ou à un circuit téléphonique,
utilisé par ce périphérique afin de prévenir toute surcharge. La terminaison d’une
boucle peut être constituée de n’importe quelle combinaison de périphériques de
sorte que le total de numéros de charge de tous les périphériques n’excède pas 100.
Avertissement
Pour assurer la sécurité, les utilisateurs doivent vérifier que la
prise de terre du service d’électricité, les lignes
téléphoniques et les conduites d’eau métalliques sont
connectées ensemble. Les utilisateurs NE doivent PAS tenter
d’établir ces connexions eux-mêmes, mais doivent contacter
les services d’inspection d’installations électriques
appropriés ou un électricien. Ceci peut être particulièrement
important en régions rurales.
Agency Notices
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Appendix
Index
A
E
amber LED, see also low-battery LED, 1-5
eject button, PC Card, 2-14
B
F
battery pack, 1-3
battery life, 2-13
charging, 2-11
conserving power, 2-13
critically low level, 1-5, 2-3, 2-7
discharged battery, 2-3
low battery conditions, 2-3
low battery warning, 2-7
low-battery LED, 2-3
removing and installing, 2-12
battery power
used in suspend mode, 2-7
bridge battery, 2-3
FCC rules, A-1
features and controls, 1-3
floppy disk drive port, 2-17
fully on state, 2-1
C
calibrating the pen, 2-10, 3-4
care and maintenance, 3-1
charge status LED, 1-4–1-5
charging the battery pack in the pen tablet, 2-11
connectivity peripherals, 1-8
connectors and peripheral interfaces, 2-14
cradles, 1-8, 2-15
critically low battery level, 1-5, 2-7
cursor not tracking pen, 3-8
G
green LED, 1-5
H
handstrap attachment points, 1-2
hard disk drive, 1-3
harsh environments, 3-3
HDD access LED, 1-5
headphones, external jack, 2-15
high-usage contacts, 2-15–2-16
hotpads, 1-3
contrast, 2-10
description, 1-3
display select, 2-10
right mouse button, 2-9–2-10
using, 2-10
I
D
DC power input, 1-3, 2-15
display
blank screen, 3-6
hotpad, 2-10
screen contrast, adjusting, 2-10
screen protector, 1-6, 2-8, 3-1
screen, protecting, 2-8, 3-1
selecting, 2-10
idle and standby states, 2-1
IrDA port
location, 2-15
problems with, 3-7
K
Kensington security slot, 1-1
keyboard/mouse port, 1-3, 2-15–2-16
Index-1
L
LEDs, about, 1-4
low battery warning, 2-7
low battery, recharging, 2-11
low-battery LED, 1-5, 2-3
M
metal contacts, 2-16
microphone
external jack, 2-15
modem, 1-3, 1-6, 2-17
O
off state, 2-1
optional accessories, 1-7
overheating, avoiding, 3-3
P
PC Card
door, 2-14
eject button, 2-14
slot, 2-14
pen
cursor not tracking, 3-8
description, 1-3
pen tether, 2-9
replacement order number, 3-3
tip, 3-3
using, 2-8
pen tablet
battery pack, 1-1, 1-3, 2-12
calibrating the pen, 2-10, 3-4
display screen, protecting, 3-1
features and controls, 1-1, 1-3
peripheral interfaces, 2-14
power, 1-5
resuming, 2-5
shutting down, 2-8
speaker, disabled when using headphone
jack, 2-16
starting, 2-5
storing, 3-3
suspending system operation, 2-6
Index-2
using the pen tablet, 2-1
peripheral interfaces, 2-14
power
conserving battery power, 2-13
starting or resuming the pen tablet, 2-5
power LED, 1-5, 2-2
power usage, 2-1
problems, solving, 3-5
protecting the display screen, 3-1
R
reset button, 2-14, 3-6
resume, 3-5
right-click mouse operation, 2-9–2-10
S
screen protector, 1-6, 2-8, 3-1
serial port, 2-15
shutting down the pen tablet, 2-8
solving problems, 3-5
speaker volume setting, 2-7, 2-10
speaker, disabled when using headphone jack,
2-16
starting or resuming the pen tablet, 2-5
status LEDs, 1-3–1-5
suspend mode, 1-5, 2-1, 2-4, 2-6–2-7, 2-14
suspend/resume button, 1-3, 2-4
suspend/resume button, disabled, 2-7
suspend/resume issues, 2-7
suspending the system, 2-6
system interface connector, 2-15
system states, 2-1
T
troubleshooting, 3-5
W
wireless LAN adapter, 1-3, 2-17, 3-8