Fujitsu Siemens Computers N100 Series GPS Receiver User Manual

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Pocket LOOX N100 Series
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Published by
Fujitsu Siemens Computers GmbH
Edition 1, June 2006
Order No.: A26391-K197-Z120-1-7619
Your Pocket LOOX
Important notes
Pocket LOOX N100
Series
Operating the Pocket PC
Troubleshooting and tips
Technical data
EasyGuide
Edition 1, June 2006
Index
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Contents
Your Pocket LOOX …......................................................................................................................... 1
Notational conventions ......................................................................................................................... 2
Optional Accessories............................................................................................................................ 3
Audio Control Set ......................................................................................................................... 3
Head Set ...................................................................................................................................... 3
External GPS Antenna ................................................................................................................. 3
Traffic Message Channel (TMC) .................................................................................................. 3
Mini Secure Digital ....................................................................................................................... 3
Important notes .................................................................................................................................. 5
Safety notes.......................................................................................................................................... 5
Travelling with the Pocket PC............................................................................................................... 6
Transporting the Pocket PC ......................................................................................................... 6
Using the Pocket PC ............................................................................................................................ 6
Cleaning the pocket PC........................................................................................................................ 7
Disposal and recycling.......................................................................................................................... 7
Liability.................................................................................................................................................. 7
CE marking........................................................................................................................................... 7
Operating the Pocket PC ................................................................................................................... 9
Overview of the controls, connections and displays............................................................................. 9
LED indicators ............................................................................................................................ 10
Initial start-up ...................................................................................................................................... 10
Inserting the battery.................................................................................................................... 11
Charging the Battery................................................................................................................... 12
Charging the battery via a USB port........................................................................................... 13
Optimising battery operating time............................................................................................... 14
Start Pocket PC for the first time ................................................................................................ 14
Switching the Pocket PC on and off ................................................................................................... 16
Switching Pocket PC off and on during normal use (Suspend mode)........................................ 16
Switching on and off with soft reset (warm boot)........................................................................ 17
Resetting the Pocket-PC (Cold start) ......................................................................................... 18
Using stylus and display ..................................................................................................................... 18
Using the hold switch.......................................................................................................................... 18
Using GPS.......................................................................................................................................... 19
Music player ....................................................................................................................................... 20
Connecting headphones or external loudspeakers .................................................................... 20
Using the music player ............................................................................................................... 20
Managing music titles................................................................................................................. 22
Using utilities (world clock, calculator, games) ................................................................................... 23
Setting date and time ................................................................................................................. 25
Data transfer using USB..................................................................................................................... 26
Connecting the Pocket PC with PC/Notebook ........................................................................... 26
Device settings ................................................................................................................................... 27
Calling up device settings........................................................................................................... 27
Adjusting the volume....
.................................................................................................................. 27
Adjusting display lighting ............................................................................................................ 28
Energy management .................................................................................................................. 29
Display system information......................................................................................................... 30
Inserting and removing expansion card.............................................................................................. 31
Inserting the expansion card ...................................................................................................... 31
Removing the expansion card .................................................................................................... 32
Changing the front cover .................................................................................................................... 33
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Troubleshooting and tips .................................................................................................................35
The time or date on the Pocket PC are...............................................................................................35
incorrect ..............................................................................................................................................35
The Pocket PC switches off ................................................................................................................35
The Pocket PC does not start after switch on .....................................................................................36
The Pocket PC stops working .............................................................................................................36
The battery discharges too quickly......................................................................................................36
No sound or minimal volume ..............................................................................................................37
Poor reception via GPS.......................................................................................................................37
Contact with hotline/help desk ............................................................................................................38
Technical data ...................................................................................................................................39
Pocket-PC ...........................................................................................................................................39
Battery (Li-Ion) ....................................................................................................................................40
Power adapter.....................................................................................................................................40
Index...................................................................................................................................................41
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Your Pocket LOOX …
... is equipped with the Windows CE 5.0 operating system. It unites the functions of a GPS navigation
system and a music player in one device.
Connect the Pocket LOOX to your computer using the USB cable and you’ll be able to exchange
data easily between your computer and your Pocket PC.
When travelling, play one of the pre-installed games or use the music player with MP3, WMA and
AAC formats. In addition, the Pocket PC has an integrated calculator and a world clock.
You can use the Pocket PC as a navigation system using the fully-integrated GPS module and the
pre-installed navigation software.
Memory cards ensure that even large amounts of data can be carried reliably.
The following documentation contains additional information on your Pocket PC and the Windows CE
5.0 operating system:
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in the "Safety" and "Warranty" manuals
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on the CD supplied
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Your Pocket LOOX …
Notational conventions
The meanings of the symbols and fonts used in this manual are as follows:
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Pay particular attention to texts marked with this symbol. Failure to observe
this warning may endanger your life, destroy the system, or lead to loss of
data. Failure to follow the instructions may lead to loss of data, invalidate
your warranty, destroy the Pocket PC, or endanger your life.
Indicates important information which is required to use the system properly.
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Texts which follow this symbol describe activities that must be performed in
the order shown.
This font
indicates programme names, commands, or menu items.
"Quotation marks"
indicate names of chapters, data carriers, and terms that are being
emphasised.
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Optional Accessories
We offer a range of accessories to make it easier and more convenient to work with your Pocket PC.
Information on additional accessories for your Pocket LOOX is provided on the Internet at
www.fujitsu-siemens.com/accessories.
Below you will find a short description of the special accessories for your Pocket PC.
Audio Control Set
The set contains headphones, a protective cover with carrying strap and a remote control cable. The
remote control cable controls the MP3 functions such as Playback/Pause and Stop; jump to next/last
title, fast forward and rewind of the Microsoft Media Player. In addition, you can control the volume.
Head Set
The accessories include a head set with a carry strap.
External GPS Antenna
With a Pocket PC with integrated GPS, you can connect an external GPS antenna to the rear of the
Pocket PC. The external GPS antenna improves performance in difficult reception conditions.
Traffic Message Channel (TMC)
The Traffic Message Channels lets you navigate dynamically using the Pocket PC, i.e. you can
include the current traffic position in planning the route or make automatic adjustments to the route in
the case of changes in the traffic position. This European-wide standard continually transmits current
traffic information via radio transmitters and does this in real-time.
Mini Secure Digital
With the mini Secure Digital (SD) memory card, you have additional memory capacity for your music
and navigation cards.
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Your Pocket LOOX …
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This chapter contains safety notes and important information you must observe when using your
Pocket PC.
This Pocket PC complies with the relevant safety regulations for data processing equipment. If you
have questions as to whether you can set up and operate the Pocket PC in the intended
environment, please contact your sales point or our hotline/help desk.
Safety notes
!
Observe the safety notes in the "Safety" manual and the following safety notes to prevent
damage to your device, data loss or injuries.
•
During installation and before operating the keyboard, observe the instructions on
environmental conditions in the "Technical data" chapter.
•
Connect the power adapter plug to the power adapter supplied. The power adapter plug must
never be plugged into an electrical outlet without the power adapter.
•
The mains adapter supplied complies with the requirements of the country in which you
purchased the Pocket PC. Make sure the mains adapter is approved for the country in which it
is used.
•
The mains adapter may only be connected to an electrical outlet when the Pocket PC or the
cradle is connected to the mains adapter.
•
•
•
Do not use the mains adapter for other devices.
•
When transporting the device on a trip, observe the information in the section "Travelling with
the Pocket PC".
•
Listening using a headset at very loud volume, particularly over a long period of time, can cause
damage to your hearing. Fujitsu Siemens Computers will not be liable for any damage to health
resulting from improper use.
Do not use mains adapters which are not specially approved for this Pocket PC.
You may only operate the Pocket PC with the mains adapter if the nominal voltage of the mains
adapter (100 V to 240 V) matches the local mains voltage.
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Travelling with the Pocket PC
Observe the following information when you travel with your Pocket PC.
Transporting the Pocket PC
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•
•
Switch the Pocket PC off.
•
If you wish to use your Pocket PC during a flight, check first with the airline if this is allowed and
under which conditions.
•
If you are travelling abroad, check that the mains adapter can be operated with the local mains
voltage. Do not use any other voltage converter.
Disconnect the cables from the Pocket PC.
Protect the Pocket PC from severe shocks and extreme temperatures (e.g., direct sunlight in a
car).
Using the Pocket PC
Store the Pocket PC in a fully charged state in a dry environment. When storing the Pocket PC, the
storage temperature should be between -20°C and +60°C. The lower the temperature at which the
batteries are stored, the lower the rate of self-discharge.
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Avoid leaving your Pocket PC lying in direct sunlight in a car. The temperature could
exceed the permissible 60 °C in such cases!
To protect the battery, battery charging is interrupted at excessively high temperatures
(over 48 °C).
Please note that batteries discharge themselves over time. Therefore, recharge the battery of your
Pocket PC at regular intervals during the storage period.
Protect the slots for expansion cards and the USB connection of the Pocket PC from soiling. Soiling
can lead to contact problems.
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Cleaning the pocket PC
►
Switch the Pocket PC off.
►
Pull the power plug out of the mains outlet.
or
►
Disconnect the USB charging cable from the Pocket PC.
!
Do not use any cleaning agents that contain abrasives or may corrode plastic.
Please ensure that no liquid enters the Pocket PC.
The device surface can be cleaned with a dry cloth.
If it is very dirty, you can clean the device and the display with a damp cloth.
Disposal and recycling
You will find further information about country-specific recycling and disposal options on the Internet
under www.fujitsu-siemens.com/recycling or on the CD supplied.
Liability
Fujitsu Siemens Computers GmbH cannot be held responsible for radio or television faults arising
from unauthorised changes made to this device. Fujitsu Siemens Computers is, furthermore, not
responsible for replacing and/or exchanging connector cables and devices which have not been
specified by Fujitsu Siemens Computers GmbH. The user is solely responsible for repairing faults
arising from such unauthorised changes made to a device and for replacing and/or exchanging
devices.
CE marking
CE marking for devices without radio component
The shipped version of this device complies with the requirements of the EEC
directives 89/336/EEC "Electromagnetic compatibility" and 73/23/EEC "Low
voltage directive".
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Operating the Pocket PC
In this section you will find a description of the operating controls of your Pocket PC and how you
operate the Pocket PC.
!
Please refer to the notes in the "Important notes" chapter.
Overview of the controls, connections and displays
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Replaceable front cover
Mini-USB port
Radio indicator: GPS
Battery charge status display
Port for headphones
Opening for soft reset
Battery compartment
Slot for telescopic stylus
Hold switch
Suspend/Resume button
Port for external GPS antenna
Port for Mini SD expansion card
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LED indicators
LED indicator
Colour
Description
Indicator state
Status: battery charge
level
Red
Battery fully charged, battery
charger connected
Off
Battery being charged
On
Radio indicator: GPS
Bleu
GPS activated
Flashing
Initial start-up
In just a few steps your Pocket PC will be ready to use for the first time:
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•
•
Inserting the battery
Connecting the mains adapter
Start Pocket PC for the first time
You will learn more about the individual steps in the following sections.
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Inserting the battery
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1
3
►
Pull the cover (1) off the Pocket PC in the direction of the arrow.
►
Lay the battery in the battery compartment (2). Check the contact connections.
►
Slide the cover in the direction of the arrow as far as it will go (3).
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The battery is not completely charged at the time of delivery. Therefore, charge the battery
before the first mobile use (see "Charging the Battery" section).
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Charging the Battery
!
Please observe the safety information in the "Important notes" chapter.
Your Pocket PC is equipped with a powerful battery. When you're on the road your Pocket PC is
supplied with power by the integrated battery.
i
The battery is not charged on delivery and should be charged for 12 hours prior to the first
mobile use.
The battery charging time is otherwise approx. 4 hours. When the Pocket PC is operating,
the charging time is extended.
If the Pocket PC is charged using the USB port, the charging process can take longer than
when using the mains adapter. The charging time depends on the USB port of the
connected computer.
You have three ways of re-charging the battery:
•
You can connect the Pocket PC directly to an electrical outlet with the mains adapter.
or
•
You can connect the Pocket PC to a computer’s USB port using the USB cable.
Charging the battery using the mains adapter
You can connect the mains adapter directly to
the Pocket PC.
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Slide the suitable mains adapter plug into
the mains adapter in the direction of the
arrow until it engages.
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1
►
Connect the USB cable to the Mini-USB port of the Pocket PC (1).
►
Connect the USB cable to the mains adapter (2).
►
Connect the mains adapter to an electrical outlet (3).
The installed battery will now be charged. The power-on indicator flashes red.
You can use the Pocket PC during the charging process. This extends the charging time.
Charging the battery via a USB port
►
Connect the USB cable to your Pocket PC.
►
Connect the USB cable to the computer’s USB port.
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The computer’s USB port must deliver no less than 500 mA of power. Because of the low
charging current, the charging process will take longer than it does using the power
adapter.
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Optimising battery operating time
The maximum operating time depends on the different applications, as these can consume more or
less energy. You can make settings in the system settings to help you to save energy when using
your Pocket PC. These settings enable you to use the battery operating time optimally.
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In the default setting, a setting is activated that automatically switches the Pocket PC into
the Suspend mode after three minutes when working without a power connection if no
entries are made during this time. You can switch on the Pocket PC again at any time by
briefly pressing the Suspend/Resume button and then continue working where you left off.
Start Pocket PC for the first time
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1
►
Press the Suspend/Resume button (1) to switch on the Pocket PC.
►
Pull out the stylus (2) in the direction of the arrow.
Adjusting display
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Further information on orienting the display can be found in the chapter "Device settings"
in the section on "Adjusting display".
You can operate the Pocket PC not only with the stylus but also using your fingers.
Start screen
Following the introduction the start screen appears. The start screen shows all important current
information at a glance. From this screen you have access to all programs and to the system
settings:
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Switching the Pocket PC on and off
Switch the Pocket PC on or off with the Suspend/Resume button. After certain applications or the
use of certain cards, it may be necessary to restart the Pocket PC with the soft reset.
1
1 = Suspend/Resume button
Switching Pocket PC off and on during normal use (Suspend
mode)
Switching on
►
Briefly press the Suspend/Resume button to switch on the Pocket PC.
Switching off with Suspend/Resume button
►
Briefly press the Suspend/Resume button to switch off the Pocket PC.
The Pocket PC is switched to suspend mode.
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If you have specified a switch-off time with the system settings, your Pocket PC will
automatically switch into the Suspend mode after this specified time.
There are two ways to switch on your Pocket PC:
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Switching on and off with soft reset (warm boot)
After certain applications, it may be necessary to restart the Pocket PC with the soft reset.
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Unsaved data is lost. Shut down all programs before you restart the Pocket-PC.
1
►
Using the unscrewed end of the telescopic stylus, briefly press it in the opening for a soft reset
(1).
The warm boot is carried out.
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Resetting the Pocket-PC (Cold start)
If your Pocket-PC locks up and switching it on and off with the Suspend/Resume button and soft
reset has no effect, you can reset your Pocket-PC using a cold start.
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Unsaved data is lost. Shut down all programs before you reset the Pocket-PC.
►
Take the batteries out briefly, then put them back in.
►
Then switch the Pocket PC on again
Using stylus and display
The stylus is telescopic.
►
Extend the stylus.
►
Briefly touch the desired element on the display with the stylus to trigger an action.
Using the hold switch
Using the hold switch, you can lock the keys and the display of your Pocket PC to prevent entries
being made inadvertently.
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a
►
To set the lock, move the hold switch (a) in the direction of the arrow (1).
The keys and display of the Pocket PC are now locked.
►
To release the lock, move the hold switch in the direction of the arrow (2).
The lock is released.
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Using GPS
With the fully integrated GPS module and the navigation software, you can use the Pocket PC as a
navigation system.
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To register your navigation software you require the serial number of the navigation
software and possibly also the device ID of your Pocket PC.
A description of how to use the navigation software is provided in the instructions on the navigation
software. You can find these instructions on the CD supplied.
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If the reception signal is weak, you can connect an external GPS antenna. The external
GPS antenna improves performance in difficult reception conditions.
The external GPS antenna is available as an accessory.
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Music player
You can use the music player to play music files in MP3, WMA and AAC format.
Connecting headphones or external loudspeakers
Via the headphone port you can connect either headphones or external loudspeakers to your Pocket
PC.
1
►
Connect the headphones or loudspeakers to the port (1).
Using the music player
►
To start the music player, tap the music player symbol.
The music player is started:
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Below are descriptions of the most important symbols for operating the music player and their
respective functions:
Icon
Function
Reduces the volume.
Increases the volume.
Playing sequence:
Chronological sequence:
active
Play mode:
or
•
: Normal/simple title sequence without repeating titles
•
: Repeats all titles
•
: Repeats the current title
or
Opens the library for displaying and selecting all music titles available on the Pocket
PC. A maximum of 5 favourites’ lists can be created (My Favorites 1 – 5).
Plays the last title.
Starts playing.
Stops playing.
Plays the next title.
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Managing music titles
In the library, all available music titles are displayed, sorted according to different musical types of
play list: All are sorted by artist, album and genre, as well as personal favourites.
Below are described the most important symbols in the library and their respective function:
Icon
Function
Matches the library with the expansion card. The titles displayed are updated.
Adds a title to the selected list.
Deletes a title from the selected list.
Plays the selected title.
Selecting the play list
►
Select the symbol for the library:
►
Tap on the desired play list, e.g. a certain album.
►
Tap on
, to play the music titles in the play list.
The music titles in the play list are played.
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Using utilities (world clock, calculator, games)
A number of different utilities are installed on the Pocket PC:
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World clock
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Calculator
•
Game Bricks
•
Game Smart Pixie
►
Tap the symbol for Utilities.
The utilities are opened:
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To start the world clock, tap the world clock symbol:
►
To start the calculator, tap the calculator symbol:
►
To start the Bricks game, tap on the corresponding symbol:
►
To start the Smart Pixie game, tap on the corresponding symbol:
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Setting date and time
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In utilities, tap on the clock symbol:
The world clock is displayed:
►
Tap on the clock symbol in the upper left-hand corner:
The window for setting the time and date will be opened.
►
Make the settings for the time and date.
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In addition, you can set the time zone and program in an alarm function.
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Data transfer using USB
You can exchange data between your Pocket PC and your computer using the Mini USB connection
of your Pocket PC.
Connecting the Pocket PC with PC/Notebook
1
2
►
Switch your computer (PC/Notebook) on.
►
Connect the USB cable to the Mini-USB port of the Pocket PC (1).
►
Connect the USB cable to a USB port (2) of your PC/notebook.
The Pocket PC is now connected to your PC/notebook.
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The Pocket PC will appear in Windows Explorer as a removable data carrier.
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Device settings
Calling up device settings
►
Tap on the symbol for settings on your Pocket PC.
The window for device settings will open:
Adjusting the volume
You can control the volume of headphones, microphones and loudspeakers separately.
►
In settings, tap on the audio symbol:
►
Select the register card for headphones, microphone or loudspeaker.
►
Adjust the volume using the slide control.
►
Tap on
, to close the window and accept the settings.
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Adjusting display lighting
Adjusting display lighting
You can make the display lighting of your Pocket PC lighter or darker. Reduce the display brightness
to save energy. In addition, you can determine how many minutes the display lighting will remain lit.
►
In settings, tap on the display symbol:
The window for the display settings will be displayed.
►
Set the display lighting in battery mode and/or with external power supply using the slide
control until the desired brightness is achieved.
►
If necessary, set the desired duration of the display lighting in battery mode and with an
external power supply.
►
Tap on
to close the window and accept the settings.
Calibrating the display
The display of your Pocket PC is a touchscreen. To ensure that the touchscreen of your Pocket PC
reacts correctly when touched with the stylus, you will be asked to align the touchscreen after the
initial start-up.In settings, tap on the display symbol:
►
Tap on the register card for the display.
►
Tap on the Align Screen button.
►
Touch the centre of the crosshairs that appears on the display with the stylus.
►
This procedure must be repeated several times, whereby the crosshairs appear at different
locations on the display each time.
►
Follow the instructions on the display.
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Tap on to close the window and accept the settings.
In addition, you can select whether the user interface is to be displayed in portrait or landscape
format:
►
In settings, tap on the display symbol:
►
Tap on the register card for the display.
►
Select portrait or landscape format.
►
Tap on
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to close the window and accept the settings.
In addition, you can set the language as well as the colour of the user interface.
Energy management
General information on energy management
The battery operating time is considerably dependent on the applications used. Please consider that
a particularly large amount of energy is required to play sound files. Therefore, if you want to work for
several hours without a power connection, limit the use of energy-intensive applications.
Data exchange with a PC or notebook also consumes additional battery power. Therefore, always
connect your Pocket PC to an electrical outlet during data exchange if possible.
Using energy-saving functions
You can save energy in several ways to optimally utilise the battery operating time:
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Switch the Pocket PC into the Suspend mode when you are not using it (see "Configuring
Suspend mode" and "Switching Pocket PC off and on during normal use" chapters).
●
Reduce the display lighting (see "Adjusting display lighting" chapter).
●
Switch off the sound, reduce the volume or only allow acoustic signals for certain applications
(see "Adjusting the volume" chapter).
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Displaying battery charge level
►
In settings, tap on the power symbol:
The battery charge level is displayed.
Configuring Suspend mode
►
In settings, tap on the power symbol:
►
Select the register card for non-use.
►
Using the slide control, set the number of minutes of non-use after which the Pocket PC should
switch into Suspend mode in battery operation and/or with an external power source.
At the end of the stated time, the Pocket PC will automatically be set into Suspend mode.
►
Tap on
to close the window and accept the settings.
Display system information
You can display the system information of your Pocket PC, such as the hardware and software
versions and the type of memory card:
►
In settings, tap on the system symbol:
The system information will be shown.
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Operating the Pocket PC
Inserting and removing expansion card
A slot enables the operation of an expansion card of the type "Mini Secure Digital I/O".
!
Observe the manufacturer's instructions when using the expansion cards.
Never use force when inserting or removing an expansion card.
Make sure that no foreign objects enter the slot.
Inserting the expansion card
1
►
Carefully push the expansion card (1) into the slot.
The expansion card can protrude by one to several millimetres (depending on the type of expansion
card).
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Operating the Pocket PC
Removing the expansion card
1
2
►
Press on the edge of the expansion card (1) so that the expansion card jumps out of the slot
slightly.
►
Slide the expansion card carefully out of the Pocket PC (2).
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Operating the Pocket PC
Changing the front cover
You can individualise your Pocket PC using replaceable front covers.
►
Carefully remove the front cover, making sure that the tabs on the front cover do not get
damaged.
2
3
3
►
1
Carefully insert the new front cover, making sure that the tabs latch correctly on all sides. Start
with the widest edge (1) and then carefully latch the tabs on edge (2). Finally, carefully latch the
tabs on the long sides (3).
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Troubleshooting and tips
If a fault occurs in your Pocket PC, try to eliminate it with the measures described in this chapter. If
you fail to correct the problem, proceed as follows:
►
Make a note of the steps and the circumstances that led to the fault. Also make a note of any
error messages displayed.
►
Switch the Pocket PC off.
►
Contact your sales outlet or our hotline/help desk.
The time or date on the Pocket PC are
incorrect
Cause
Troubleshooting
Time and date are incorrect.
►
Tap the symbol for Utilities:
►
Touch the clock symbol:
►
Change the time and/or date.
The Pocket PC switches off
Cause
Troubleshooting
The battery is dead
►
Connect the power adapter to the Pocket PC to
charge the battery.
The battery is charging. The power-on indicator lights up
red.
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Troubleshooting and tips
The Pocket PC does not start after switch on
Cause
Troubleshooting
The battery is dead
►
Connect the power adapter to the Pocket PC to
charge the battery.
The battery is charging. The power-on indicator lights up
red.
The mains adapter is not connected
correctly.
►
Switch the Pocket PC off.
►
Check whether the mains adapter is properly
connected to the Pocket PC and the electrical outlet.
►
Then switch the Pocket PC on again
The Pocket PC stops working
Cause
Troubleshooting
An application program has caused
the fault.
►
or
►
The battery is dead
►
Restart the Pocket PC (see the section "Switching
on and off with soft reset (warm boot)").
If the restart does not function, reset the Pocket PC
(see the section "Resetting the Pocket-PC (Cold
start)").
Connect the power adapter to the Pocket PC to
charge the battery.
The battery is charging. The power-on indicator lights up
red.
The battery discharges too quickly
Cause
Troubleshooting
The battery is either too hot or too
cold.
►
Bring the Pocket PC up/down to a normal
temperature again.
If the operating time of the battery mode is extremely
short, the battery is probably old and should be replaced.
Please contact your dealer for a new battery.
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Troubleshooting and tips
No sound or minimal volume
Cause
Troubleshooting
Volume is set wrongly
►
Tap on the symbol for settings on your Pocket PC:
►
Touch the audio symbol:
►
Select the register card for headphones,
microphone or loudspeaker.
►
Adjust the volume using the slide control.
Poor reception via GPS
Cause
Troubleshooting
The installation position of the Pocket
PC in your vehicle is unfavourable.
►
Change the installation position of the Pocket PC.
Your vehicle's windscreen is coated.
►
Use an external GPS antenna (available as an
accessory).
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Troubleshooting and tips
Contact with hotline/help desk
If you are unable to solve a certain problem, please contact the hotline/help desk. Additional details
are contained in the "Safety" and "Warranty" manuals. Please have the following information ready
when you call:
•
The model name and serial number of the Pocket PC. The serial number can be found on a
label in the battery compartment or in the system information; see chapter "Display system
information"
•
•
•
•
Notes of any messages that appear on the display and information on acoustic signals.
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Any changes you have made to the hardware or software after receiving the Pocket PC.
Your system configuration and all peripheral devices connected to your system.
Your sales contract.
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Technical data
Pocket-PC
General
Processor
SAMSUNG SC32442 300 MHz
Main memory
0 MB – 4 GM ROM (depending on model)
64 Mbyte RAM
GPS
SIRF Star III
Data: electrical
Safety standards complied with
CE, FCC Part 15 Class B, EN 60950, cUL, UL
Protection class
III
Maximum power draw (when the Pocket PC is
switched on and the battery is being charged)
5W
Display
Transmissive LCD display:
2.8 inch TFT, 240 x 320 pixels, 65,536 colours
Card slots
1 x slot
"Mini Secure Digital I/O"
Ports/interfaces
Audio
Microphone, loudspeaker, headphones (3.5 mm)
Data
External GPS antenna, Mini USB connection
Environmental conditions
Environment class 7K2, 7K2
EN 60721-3-7
Housing class 7M2
EN 60721-3-7
Temperature
• Operating (3K2)
• Transport (2K2)
5 °C – 40 °C
-25 °C – 60 °C
Dimensions
Height/width/depth
89 mm x 62 mm x 16 mm
Weight
approx. 110 g
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Technical data
Battery (Li-Ion)
Rated capacity:
1100 mAh
Charging time (when not in
operation):
Approx. 4 hours
Operating time:
Operating time depends on the active applications.
Power adapter
Data: electrical
•
•
Primary:
Rated voltage:
Frequency:
100 V to 240 V (automatic)
50 Hz to 60 Hz (automatic)
Secondary:
Rated voltage:
Max. rated current:
5 V ±5%
21.0 A ±5 %
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•
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Index
A
Accessories 3
Adjust... 28
Adjusting display lighting 28
Adjusting touchscreen 14
Alarm 25
B
Battery
capacity 6
charging 12
charging using mains adapter 12, 13
discharges 36
storing 6
technical data 40
Battery charge status display 9
Bricks 23
C
Calculator 23
CE marking 7
Changing
front cover 33
Cleaning 7
Colour settings 29
Connecting
loudspeakers 20
Connecting headphones 20
Connecting loudspeakers 20
Connecting the Pocket PC with PC/Notebook
26
Cover 9
D
Data
technical 39
Data transfer 26
Date
setting 25
Delivered state 18
Device settings 27
Display
calibrating 28
Display 9
charge level and battery 30
cleaning 7
Display lighting
adjusting 28
Display system information 30
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Display, setting 29
Displaying battery charge level 30
Disposal 7
E
Electromagnetic compatibility 7
Energy mangement 29
Expansion card
handling 31
inserting 31
removing 32
F
First start 14
Floppy disk drive
Music player 20
Front cover 9
changing 33
Front of Pocket PC 13
G
Games 23
GPS 19
indicator 10
poor reception 37
GPS antenna 9
H
Hardware reset 18
Headphones
connecting 20
Hold switch 9, 18
Hotline/Help Desk 38
I
Important notes 5
Indicator
battery charge level 10
GPS 10
Indicators
device 30
Infrared interface 9
Initial start-up 10
connecting power adapter 12
first start 14
Start screen 14
touchscreen 14
Inserting the battery 11
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Index
L
Landscape orientation 29
Language
setting 29
Liability 7
M
Mains adapter
connecting 12
technical data 40
Mini-USB port 9
Music player 20
Hold switch 18
symbols 21
N
No sound 37
Notational conventions 2
Notes
CE marking 7
cleaning 7
disposal 7
safety 5
O
On/off time 16
Operating the Pocket PC 9
Optimising battery operating time 14
P
Pocket PC
before you travel 6
cleaning 7
does not work 36
switching off 16
switching on 14, 16
transporting 6
Poor reception
GPS 37
Port for headphones 9
Port for Mini SD expansion card 9
Portrait orientation 29
Power saving possibilities 29
Power-on indicator 10
Preparing for use
first time 10
inserting battery 11
R
Radio indicator
GPS 9
Recycling 7
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S
Safety notes 5
Setting
date 25
display 29
Suspend mode 30
time 25
Setting suspend mode 30
Settings
device 27
volume 27
Signs and symbols 2
Smart Pixie 23
Soft reset
carrying out 17
Start screen 14
Status
battery charge level 10
Storage, battery 6
Stylus
removing 14
Suspend mode 16
Suspend/Resume button 9
switching off 16
switching on 16
System status display 28
T
Technical data 39
battery 40
Pocket PC 39
Technical data for the mains adapter 40
Telescopic stylus 9
Time
setting 25
Time zone
setting 25
Tips 35
To use the QuickPoint: 20
Transport 6
Travel, Pocket PC 6
Troubleshooting 35
U
Using profiles 23
Using the stylus 18
V
Volume
adjusting 27
Volume, minimal 37
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W
Warm boot 17
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World clock 23
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