Mobile POS Tablet
Mobile POS Tablet
Federal Communication Commission Interference
This device has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B
digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed
to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential
installation. This equipment generates, uses and can radiated 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 this
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 on a circuit different from that to which
the receiver is connected.
• Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help.
Changes or modifications not expressly approved by the party responsible for
compliance could void the user‘s authority to operate the equipment.
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.
Operation on the 5.15-5.25GHz frequency band is restricted to indoor use only.
The FCC requires indoor use for the 5.15-5.25GHz band to reduce the potential for
harmful interference to co-channel Mobile Satellite Systems.
Thank you for acquiring the latest addition to DT Research’s line of mobile tablets— the
DT395. Featuring an IP65-rated, slim yet robust enclosure, the two-pound DT395 with
9” TFT display is powered by the Intel® Atom™ dual core processor, offering optimal
combinations of performance and power savings.
The DT395 is available with Windows® Embedded Standard 7, Windows® 7 Pro or Linux
operating systems. Each software operating system features web browser, client/server
computing software, media player, accessories, and applications support.
• DT395 with Internal Battery Pack, Stylus and Bumpers
• AC-DC Power Adapter with Power Cord
• Basic Operation Guide
• Handstrap
Major options, depending on configuration:
• Desktop Charging Cradle with DC-in Power Jack and Ethernet/ USB Ports
• External Battery Pack and Battery Charger Kit
• Vehicle/ Wall Mount Cradle
* If your DT395 contains camera, 3G or scanner module, please refer to the Tablet Modules Basic
Operation Guide for detailed operation.
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The DT395
Button Management
Where supported by software, many of the hard buttons on the DT395 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
Wireless LED
Battery/Power LED
Input/ Output Ports
Wireless Switch
Headphone Jack
USB Port
DC Power Input
Full Slot Smart Card Reader and SD Card Reader
Brightness Control
Where supported by firmware and software, a hard button may be engaged to
manipulate the display brightness. Press the System Utility Menu button (Button 7) on the
front of the DT395. 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 DT395 is equipped with an internal Li-Ion battery pack and an optional battery
pack that clips (hot-pluggable) onto the back of the tablet. The period between battery
recharges can be significantly lengthened by putting the tablet into Standby mode
through the Power Button (see Buttons Function Table) whenever the tablet is not in use.
Depending on the operating software, the DT395 may also be configured to enter various
power-saving modes via the Power Button or through timed entry.
Full Slot Smart Card Reader and SD Card Reader
The DT395 comes with a full slot smart card reader.
• Remove the rubber cover and insert a card (Picture 1).
• Pull to remove the card (Picture 2).
Button Functions
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
Calibrate touch screen before logging in to the operating system
Change display orientation (portrait/ landscape) (default)
Programmable, system utility menu (default)
As scanner trigger when equipped with the scanner module
Power on,
Push/release typically enters Standby mode, or Push/release exits Standby mode or
restarts (software dependent)
Push and hold (over 4 seconds) invokes hardware shutdown
(Picture 1)
(Picture 2)
• Remove the rubber cover and insert a SD card (Picture 3).
• Push, release and remove the card (Picture 4).
(Picture 3)
(Picture 4)
Internal Battery
Warning! !
The Internal battery pack should only be replaced by an authorized DT Research service
representative. Please contact your product and/or service provider for internal battery
replacement service.
Powering ON and OFF
To activate the DT395, push and quickly release the Power Button. The display will
come on in a few seconds. To put the DT395 in Standby mode, push and quickly release
the Power Button. To turn the DT395 off for extended storage, power off safely using
any software function that “shuts down computer” provided in the software operating
NOTE: The battery packs shipped with your tablet may be low in power—please use
the AC-DC adapter with the DT395 when setting up for the first time to fully charge the
internal battery pack. You may charge the external battery pack with it attached to the
DT395, 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 DT395 a few times to activate the charging process.
NOTE: To conserve power, use (push and quick release) the Power Button to put in
“Standby” mode while not in use. Pushing briefly on the same button will wake up the
system within seconds.
NOTE: Avoid using the Power Button (“hold 4+ seconds” feature) to turn off the tablet—
this form of hardware shutdown is intended to be a means of recovery from 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.
Configuring the DT395
The tablet may be configured using the utilities and methods dictated by the software
operating system. The DT395 should be configurable for various properties such as user
profiles, network features, and several system elements.
Wireless Networking
Wireless LAN
The DT395 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 DT395 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 DT395 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 access.
• 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.
The Bluetooth configuration application is enabled from the System Tray or from the
Windows Mobility Center. Follow the instructions and options provided within the
application to configure and invoke Bluetooth connectivity with the corresponding
Power/Battery LED Status:
• Blue indicates the battery is 25% to 100% charged
Peripherals Support
• Blinking blue indicates the battery is charging
Through its USB port, the DT395 supports a wide range of USB-based peripherals. These
peripherals are applicable for software installation, applications storage, data storage,
docking or software recovery and update.
• Orange indicates that the battery is between 11% to 25%
• Blinking orange indicates that the battery is below 10%
• Blinking blue and orange alternately indicates the battery is being warmed up. Do not
unplug the AC/DC adapter.
• Always exercise care when operating and handling the DT395.
• Do NOT apply excessive pressure to the display screen.
• We recommend using the Stylus provided to keep the screen clean.
• Avoid prolonged exposure of the display panel to any strong heat source. Wherever
possible, the DT395 should face away from direct light to reduce glare.
• If the AC-DC power adapter is used to recharge or power the tablet, do NOT use any
AC-DC adapter other than the one provided with the tablet or acquired from the
manufacturer or its partners.
• In the unlikely event that smoke, abnormal noise, or strange odor is present,
immediately power off the DT395 and disconnect all power sources. Report the
problem to your device provider immediately.
The DT395 is complemented by an optional Desktop Cradle or Wall/ Vehicle Mount
Cradle for support, pass-through charging, and connection to a range of USB peripherals,
including keyboard and mouse. The Cradles offer the following interfaces: a DC-in port
for the AC-DC adapter, an Ethernet port, a VGA output and USB ports. Always seat the
DT395 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 DT395 may be
recharged by connecting the AC-DC adapter directly to the DC-in port on the DT395 or
through the DC-in port on the Cradle while the DT395 is docked.
Remote Management
Depending on software configuration, the DT395 can be centrally managed for asset
monitoring and for software control. Please consult your device provider.
For More Support
Users can download the Tablet Modules Basic Operation Guides from the DT Research
If the DT395 comes with a 3G module, please contact your product and/or service
provider for the SIM Card installation procedures.
• Never attempt to disassemble the DT395, as this will void the warranty.
Basic Features
The DT395 wireless tablet integrates a bright and responsive touch display, 1 USB port,
and embedded networking elements such as wireless LAN or optional 3G. The DT395 is
complemented by a suite of accessories, including battery expansion, docking cradles,
and wall/ vehicle mount cradles, for a comprehensive user experience.
A DT395 typically integrates an 802.11a/b/g/n wireless LAN (WLAN) adapter that may
connect to other wireless devices or access points. If your DT395 does not come with
such a network adapter, please consult your device provider to establish the desired
network connectivity.
To Hold the Tablet
Left hand: grip the left back side of the tablet
with your left hand four index fingers, with thumb
resting on the top of the back side of the tablet and
palm securely against the back.
Right hand: grip the right back side of the tablet
with your right hand four index fingers, with thumb
resting on the top of the back side of the tablet and
palm securely against the back.
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