Mobile POS Tablet WebDT 362

Mobile POS Tablet WebDT 362
WebDT 362
Mobile POS Tablet
Intel® Atom™ Z530, 1.6GHz
Memory (RAM)
1GB to 2GB DDR2 533MHZ
2GB to 16GB Internal Flash Module or 32GB to 128GB SSD
Operating Systems
Microsoft® Windows® Embedded Standard 7,
Windows® 7 Professional, Windows® XP Embedded,
Windows® XP Pro for Embedded Systems, or Linux
8.4” LED-backlight screen with resistive touch;
sunlight readable option
Display Resolution
800 x 600 (SVGA)
Network Interface
Wi-Fi 802.11a/b/g/n, Bluetooth 2.0
Control Switch and Buttons
1 power button, 7 front buttons and 1 trigger button
1 power/ battery status LED and 1 WLAN active LED
Built-in speaker
Input/Output Ports
1 DC-in Jack; 1 USB 2.0 port;
1 Headphone-out Jack; 1 Microphone-in Jack
WPA-Personal, WPA2-Personal, WPA-Enterprise, WPA2Enterprise, AES-CCMP 128-bit, WEP 128-bit and 64-bit;
Input: 100 – 240V AC; Output: 12V DC, 3A
Battery Pack
Internal 7.4V, 2200mAh or 7.4V, 3760mAh/
Optional: External 7.2V, 3900mAh
ABS + PC plastics and magnesium-aluminum alloy
Non-electronic tip
Protective Grip
Rubber with handstrap
Dimensions (H x W x D)
7.9 x 9.6 x 0.8 in/ 200 x 240 x 18 mm
1.9 lbs/ 0.86 kg
Thank you for acquiring the latest addition to
DT Research’s line of tablet devices— the WebDT 362.
Featuring a slim yet robust enclosure, the two-pound
WebDT 362 with 8.4” TFT display is powered by the Intel® Atom™ processor, offering
optimal combinations of performance and power savings. An external battery expansion
option provides approximately 3-4 hours of additional battery operation for up to six
hours of mobile usage.
The WebDT 362 is available in Microsoft® Windows® Embedded Standard 7, Windows®
7 Professional, Windows® XP Embedded, Windows® XP Pro for Embedded Systems or
Linux operating systems. Each software operating system features web browser, client/
server computing software, media player, accessories, and applications support.
AC/DC Adapter
WebDT 362
• One WebDT 362 with Internal Battery Pack (2200mAh), Stylus, Grips and Screen Cover
• AC-DC Power Adapter with Power Cord
• Basic Operation Guide
FCC Class B, CE, C-Tick, RoHS compliant
Operation: 0°C - 40°C; Storage: -20°C - 60°C
0% - 90% non-condensing
Major options, depending on configuration:
* Specifications subject to change without notice.
• Desktop Charging Cradle with DC-in
Power Jack and Ethernet, USB and optional VGA Ports
• External Battery Pack
• Internal High Capacity Battery (3760mAh)
• External Battery Charger Kit
* If your WebDT 362 contains MSR, camera or scanner module, please refer to the POS module
operation guide for detailed operation.
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2000 Concourse Drive, San Jose, CA 95131
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DT Research and WebDT are registered trademarks of DT Research, Inc.
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WebDT 362
The WebDT 362 (with Windows XP)
Power/Battery LED Status:
For locking the MSR module
• Blue indicates the battery is 25% to 100% charged
• Blinking blue indicates the battery is charging
• Orange indicates that the battery is between 11% to 25%
• Blinking Orange indicates that the battery is below 10%
• Always exercise care when operating and handling the WebDT 362.
• Do NOT apply excessive pressure to the display screen.
• We recommend using the Stylus provided to keep the screen clean.
Internal Battery Switch
(back panel)
Wireless Network Settings
Battery/Power LED
Wireless LED
Battery and Power Meter
Button Management
Input/ Output Ports
• In the unlikely event that smoke, abnormal noise, or strange odor is present,
immediately power off the WebDT 362 and disconnect all power sources. Report the
problem to your device provider immediately.
USB Ports
Headphone Jack
Microphone Jack
THE WebDT 362
DC Power Input
Basic Features
• If the AC-DC power adapter is used to recharge or power the device, do NOT use any
AC-DC adapter other than the one provided with the device or acquired from the
manufacturer or its partners.
Button Functions (with Windows XP Operating System)
• Avoid prolonged exposure of the display panel to any strong heat source. Wherever
possible, the WebDT 362 should face away from direct light to reduce glare.
Programmable, launch soft (on-screen) keyboard (default)
Launch SAS (Secure Attention Sequence)
Generate Ctrl+Alt+Del keys to invoke the security windows defined under Windows XP
Change display orientation (portrait/ landscape) (default)
Programmable, system utility menu (default)
As scanner trigger when equipped with the scanner module
Push/release typically enters Standby mode, or Push/release exits Standby mode or
restarts device (software dependent)
Push and hold (over 4 seconds) invokes hardware shutdown
• Never attempt to disassemble the WebDT 362, as this will void the warranty.
The WebDT 362 wireless tablet integrates a bright and responsive touch display, a USB
port, and embedded networking elements such as wireless LAN or optional 3G. The
primary device is complemented by a suite of accessories, including battery expansion,
docking cradles, and carrying cases, for a comprehensive user experience.
A WebDT 362 typically integrates an 802.11a/b/g/n wireless LAN (WLAN) adapter that
may connect to other wireless devices or access points. If your WebDT 362 does not
come with such a network adapter, please consult your device provider to establish the
desired network connectivity.
WebDT 362
Internal Battery Switch
To prevent battery drain during shipping and extended storage, the internal battery may
be disconnected. To connect the internal battery, push the battery button switch (on the
back panel) to the “up” position (see page 2 for photo). The internal battery pack has to
be connected for it to operate, be charged, and for the optional external battery pack to
Powering ON and OFF
To activate the WebDT 362, push and quickly release the Power Button. The display will
come on in a few seconds. To put the WebDT 362 in Standby mode, push and quickly
release the Power Button. To turn the WebDT 362 off for extended storage, power off
the device safely using any software function that “shuts down computer” provided in
the software operating system.
NOTE: The battery packs shipped with your device may be low in power—please use
the AC-DC adapter with the WebDT 362 when setting up the device for the first time to
fully charge the internal battery pack. You may charge the external battery pack with it
attached to the WebDT 362, or with the optional external battery charger kit.
NOTE: When the battery pack(s) is (are) charging, the blue-colored Battery LED should
blink slowly. If plugging in the AC-DC adapter does not trigger this blinking activity
and the LED stays dark, the battery pack(s) may have been drained substantially. Try
unplugging/ replugging the AC-DC adapter to the WebDT 362 a few times to activate the
charging process.
NOTE: To conserve power, use (push and quick release) the Power Button to put the
device in “Standby” mode while not in use. Pushing briefly on the same button will wake
up the system within seconds.
Configuring the WebDT 362
The device may be configured using the utilities and methods dictated by the software
operating system. The WebDT 362 should be configurable for various properties such as
user profiles, network features, and several system elements.
The touch display for the WebDT 362 is calibrated before shipping. In the event that the
calibration has been modified or is unsatisfactory, the respective calibration routines
(e.g., PenMount (PM) for Windows XP) to calibrate the touch interface may be used.
Such applications are typically executed through touch input via Stylus or through mouse
click via a USB mouse.
Wireless Networking
Wireless LAN
The WebDT 362 is often delivered with an embedded (user-inaccessible) 802.11a/b/g/n
WLAN adapter equipped with a hidden custom antenna.
• Through the support of typical WLAN adapters, the WebDT 362 should be able to
detect all 802.11 access points in the vicinity for you to select the access point of
your choice for connection.
• The SSID and WEP/WPA/WPA2 (if enabled) parameters on the WebDT 362 and
the access points have to match. The SSID is case-sensitive and it is recommended
that you enable WEP/WPA/WPA2 encryption (or advanced alternatives) for secure
• When WEP/WPA/WPA2 is enabled, you may need to consult your network administrator or your networking equipment literature to properly configure associated
settings such as Authentication mode, etc.
• Refer to the access point operating manuals for setting up the 802.11 access points.
NOTE: Avoid using the Power Button (“hold 4+ seconds” feature) to turn off the
device—this form of hardware shutdown is intended to be a means of recovery from
device lockups, and not as normal operation.
Start Up
If the power up (from Standby or otherwise) is successful, the appropriate interface will be
displayed after a launch sequence of several seconds. The wireless LAN connection may take
10-15 seconds to be established.
WebDT 362
Button Management
Desktop Cradle
Where supported by software, many of the hard buttons on the WebDT 362 are
programmable to perform a function of the user’s choice. The exception is the Power
Button and the SAS Button. To activate the button re-assignment application, invoke the
Button Manager application, e.g., in Windows XP Embedded
The WebDT 362 is complemented by an optional Desktop Cradle for support, passthrough charging, and connection to a range of USB peripherals, including keyboard and
mouse. The Cradle offers the following interfaces: a DC-in port for the AC-DC adapter,
an Ethernet port, a VGA port (optional), and USB ports. Always seat the WebDT 362
securely onto the cradle. The cradle must be powered by the AC-DC adapter for the
Ethernet and USB ports to function. The battery packs on the WebDT 362 may be
recharged by connecting the AC-DC adapter directly to the DC-in port on the WebDT 362
or through the DC-in port on the Desktop Cradle while the WebDT 362 is docked to the
Brightness Control
Where supported by device firmware and software, a hard button may be engaged to
manipulate the display brightness. Press the System Menu button (Button 7) on the front
of the WebDT 362. The System screen will display a Brightness control section with up
and down arrows that can be activated with the stylus.
Battery and Power Management
The WebDT 362 is equipped with an internal 2200mAh Li-Ion battery pack that is capable
of supporting approximately 1.5–2 hours of continuous operation. With the optional
internal 3760mAh battery and an external battery pack that clips (hot-pluggable)
onto the back of the device, the maximum period of continuous operation will be
approximately 3–4 hours. The period between battery recharges can be significantly
lengthened by putting the device into Standby mode through the Power Button (see
Buttons Function Table) whenever the device is not in use. Depending on the operating
software, the WebDT 362 may also be configured to enter various power-saving modes
via the Power Button or through timed entry.
Memory configuration
The WebDT 362 is available with 1GB or 2GB memory configurations. Storage options
currently range from: 2GB to 16GB flash memory or 32GB to 128GB SSD.
Peripherals Support
Through its USB ports, the WebDT 362 supports a wide range of USB-based peripherals.
These peripherals are applicable for software installation, applications storage, data
storage, and system software recovery and updates. The WebDT 362 is also compatible
with custom mountable cradle options. These securable and mountable cradles provide
an interface to VESA mounts and arms, and to ports that may include USB, Ethernet and
pass-through power.
Remote Management
Depending on software configuration, the WebDT 362 can be centrally managed for
asset monitoring and for software control. Please consult your device provider.
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