VX4 User`s Guide
VX4 User’s Guide
(For Microsoft® Windows® 98, 2000 or XP Equipped VX4)
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LXE Incorporated, reserves the right to revise this publication and to make changes to it from time to time without any
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The user is strongly cautioned to read Appendix B, “Regulatory Notices and Safety
Information”. Important safety cautions, warnings and regulatory information is contained in
Appendix B.
Important: This symbol is placed on the product to remind users to dispose of Waste Electrical
and Electronic Equipment (WEEE) appropriately, per Directive 2002-96-EC. In most areas, this
product can be recycled, reclaimed and re-used when properly discarded. Do not discard labeled
units with trash. For information about proper disposal, contact LXE through your local sales
representative, or visit www.lxe.com.
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Entire Manual
Manual name changed to “VX4 User’s Guide”.
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The VX4 Vehicle Mount
Computer
Revised “Introduction” and “Environmental Specifications” sections.
Added “General Windows Keyboard Shortcuts”.
F
Installation
Revised “Connect Antenna” section.
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Introduction
Added 8500 Series tethered scanners to Accessories. Added Power
Settings recommendation for 8500 scanners. Updated Accessories
listing effective July 2004
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Appendix B – Regulatory
Notices and Safety
Information
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Notices
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Accessories
Updated Accessories listing to reflect currently available items.
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External Power Supply,
Optional
Added temperature statement.
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Notices and Safety
Information
Added WEEE statement.
Added Hungary to “R&TTE Directive Requirements.
Added temperature statement to A/C Power Supply Safety Statement.
Entire manual
Archived. Available on LXE ServicePass website only. Product’s
replacement device is the LXE VX5.
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Table of Contents
THE VX4 VEHICLE MOUNT COMPUTER
1
Introduction ............................................................................................................... 1
Document Conventions ............................................................................................................2
Environmental Specifications...................................................................................................3
Quick Start................................................................................................................. 4
Components .............................................................................................................. 5
The Full-Screen Display ........................................................................................... 6
Microsoft Windows Control Panel........................................................................... 6
PCMCIA and ATA Slots ............................................................................................ 6
The Keyboards .......................................................................................................... 7
The QWERTY Keyboard .........................................................................................................7
General Windows Keyboard Shortcuts ....................................................................................8
Key Maps..................................................................................................................................9
Unused Key Functions ...........................................................................................................9
NumLock and the VX4 ..........................................................................................................9
Keyboard Backlight ..................................................................................................................9
Keyboard LEDs ......................................................................................................................10
CAPS LED ...........................................................................................................................10
Secondary Keys LED ...........................................................................................................11
Status LED ...........................................................................................................................11
Control Keys...........................................................................................................................12
Power Supply .......................................................................................................... 13
Backup Battery .......................................................................................................................13
Getting Help............................................................................................................. 14
Manuals and Accessories ...................................................................................... 14
Manuals...................................................................................................................................14
Accessories .............................................................................................................................14
INSTALLATION
17
Install Mounting Brackets ...................................................................................... 17
Components ............................................................................................................................17
Mounting Dimensions ............................................................................................................18
Mounting Positions.................................................................................................................18
Torque Measurements ............................................................................................................19
Cable Retention Assembly .....................................................................................................20
Connect Cable Ties to Back Mounting Bracket...................................................................21
Procedure ................................................................................................................................22
Step 1 - Mount Bottom Mounting Bracket To Vehicle........................................................22
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Step 2 - Connect VX4 To Back Mounting Bracket. ............................................................23
Step 3 - Attach VX4 In Bracket Assembly To Bottom Mounting Bracket..........................24
VMT Remote Keyboard Bracket Assembly...........................................................................26
VMT Remote Keyboard Mounting Dimensions ..................................................................27
VMT Integrated Keyboard Bracket Assembly .......................................................................28
Connect Keyboard .................................................................................................. 31
Connect Antenna .................................................................................................... 32
Vehicle Remote Antenna Mount ............................................................................................32
Connect Serial Barcode Scanner .......................................................................... 33
Connect Serial Printer or PC.................................................................................. 35
Connect USB Devices............................................................................................. 36
Connect External Headset...................................................................................... 37
Connect Ethernet Cable ......................................................................................... 38
Connect Power Cable ............................................................................................. 39
External Power Supply, Optional........................................................................... 40
Vehicle 12-60VDC Direct Connection .................................................................... 41
Fuse Replacement for the VX4 .............................................................................. 44
OPERATION
45
Powering On/Off...................................................................................................... 45
Reset Key Sequence (Reboot) ................................................................................................46
Factory Default Settings.......................................................................................................46
Keyboard Backlight ................................................................................................ 46
Display and Touchscreen....................................................................................... 47
Cleaning the Display............................................................................................... 47
Adjust Screen Display ............................................................................................ 47
Adjust Speaker Volume .......................................................................................... 48
Microsoft Windows Event Sounds .........................................................................................48
Status Indicator....................................................................................................... 48
Power Management ................................................................................................................49
Laser Barcode Scanner Warnings......................................................................... 50
Cleaning the Scan Aperture ....................................................................................................50
Enter Data ................................................................................................................ 51
Keyboard Entry.......................................................................................................................51
Touchscreen Entry ..................................................................................................................51
Scanner Entry..........................................................................................................................52
Aiming the Barcode Scanner................................................................................................52
Distance from Label .............................................................................................................52
Successful Scan ....................................................................................................................52
Unsuccessful Scan................................................................................................................52
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APPENDIX A KEY MAPS
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53
Standard Keypad .................................................................................................... 53
Key Map 101-Key Equivalencies............................................................................ 54
TN3270 Terminal Emulator Keypad ....................................................................... 59
TN5250 Terminal Emulator Keypad ....................................................................... 59
APPENDIX B REGULATORY NOTICES AND SAFETY INFORMATION
61
Approvals ................................................................................................................ 63
INDEX
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Illustrations
Figure 1 VX4 Components ..................................................................................................................................5
Figure 2 The VX4 PCMCIA and ATA Slots.......................................................................................................6
Figure 3 The LXE VMT Keyboard with Cable ...................................................................................................7
Figure 4 The QWERTY Keyboard ......................................................................................................................7
Figure 5 Keyboard LEDs ...................................................................................................................................10
Figure 6 The CapsLock Key ..............................................................................................................................10
Figure 7 The Secondary Key .............................................................................................................................11
Figure 8 The Resume/Suspend Key...................................................................................................................11
Figure 9 The VMT Keyboard Display Controls ................................................................................................12
Figure 10 VX4 Bracket - Mounting Dimensions (Not To Scale) ......................................................................18
Figure 11 Suggested Mounting Positions ..........................................................................................................18
Figure 12 Torque Measurements .......................................................................................................................19
Figure 13 Strain Relief Cable Clamp Locations ................................................................................................20
Figure 14 Cable Ties on Back Mounting Bracket Assembly.............................................................................21
Figure 15 Connect Bottom Bracket to Vehicle ..................................................................................................22
Figure 16 Back Mounting Bracket Assembly....................................................................................................23
Figure 17 VX4 Connected to Back Bracket.......................................................................................................23
Figure 18 Connect to Bottom Mounting Bracket...............................................................................................24
Figure 19 VX4 in Vehicle Bracket ....................................................................................................................25
Figure 20 VMT Remote Keyboard Bracket Assembly......................................................................................26
Figure 21 VMT Remote Keyboard - Mounting Dimensions .............................................................................27
Figure 22 VMT Integrated Keyboard Bracket Assembly ..................................................................................28
Figure 23 Cable Tie Holders and Cable Hooks .................................................................................................29
Figure 24 Assembled VMT Integrated Keyboard Bracket ................................................................................30
Figure 25 Keyboard Connection Location and Keyboard .................................................................................31
Figure 26 Connect 2.4GHz Antenna..................................................................................................................32
Figure 27 Connect Serial Scanner Cable ...........................................................................................................33
Figure 28 VX4 with Generic Barcode Scanner Attached ..................................................................................34
Figure 29 Generic Barcode Scanner ..................................................................................................................34
Figure 30 Connect Serial Cable to COM2 .........................................................................................................35
Figure 31 Connect USB Adapter Cable.............................................................................................................36
Figure 32 Connect USB Device to Adapter Cable.............................................................................................36
Figure 33 Connect External Headset .................................................................................................................37
Figure 34 Connect Ethernet Cable .....................................................................................................................38
Figure 35 Connect Power Cable to VX4 ...........................................................................................................39
Figure 36 Optional Power Configuration ..........................................................................................................40
Figure 37 Direct Vehicle Power Connection Cable (Fuse Not Shown).............................................................41
Figure 38 Connecting the Power Cable to the Vehicle ......................................................................................41
Figure 39 Vehicle Connection Wiring Color Codes ..........................................................................................42
Figure 40 Fuse Replacement..............................................................................................................................44
Figure 41 The VX4 Power Switch.....................................................................................................................45
Figure 42 Microsoft Windows Power Management ..........................................................................................49
Figure 43 Caution Labels Class II Scanner........................................................................................................50
Figure 44 Caution Labels Class IIIA Scanner ...................................................................................................50
Figure 45 Scan Beam .........................................................................................................................................52
Figure 46 VMT QWERTY Keyboard ...............................................................................................................53
Figure 47 IBM 3270 Specific Keypad ...............................................................................................................59
Figure 48 IBM 5250 Specific Keypad ...............................................................................................................59
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The VX4 Vehicle Mount Computer
Introduction
The VX4 Vehicle Mount Computer (VMC) is a rugged, vehicle-mounted, PC (Personal
Computer) equipped with a Microsoft Windows operating system. The VX4 is capable of
wireless data communications from a fork-lift truck or any properly configured vehicle. The unit
uses a PCMCIA radio (spread spectrum 2.4GHz) for wireless data communications.
The VX4 is a tablet-style computer and features a SVGA color TFT display. The touch-screen
display supports graphic features and Microsoft Windows icons that the Windows 98, Windows
2000 or Windows XP operating system supports. An illuminated keyboard is available to
facilitate use in dimly lit areas.
The VX4 provides the power and functionality of a desktop computer in a vehicle mounted unit,
with a wide range of options:
•
266MHz Pentium or 400MHz Celeron CPU
•
64, 128 or 256MB of SDRAM 1
•
Wireless LAN radios with single or dual (diversity) antenna
•
Ethernet port 2
•
Choice of storage media
•
Extended temperature version 3
This document is one in a series covering the VX4 family of computers:
•
For VX4 computers equipped with Microsoft Windows CE .NET Operating System:
VX4 CE .NET User’s Guide
VX4 CE .NET Reference Guide
•
For VX4 computers equipped with Microsoft Windows 98, 2000 or XP operating
systems:
VX4 User’s Guide
VX4 Reference Guide
•
For VX4 computers equipped with Datalight ROM-DOS Operating System:
VX4D User’s Guide
VX4D Reference Guide
These documents are available on the LXE Manuals CD-ROM.
This document is directed towards the daily user of a VX4 equipped with the Windows 98, 2000
or XP operating system. The “VX4 Reference Guide” contains technical information and
advanced functions specific to the VX4 equipped with the Windows operating systems listed
above.
1
2
3
256MB is currently available only with 400MHz Celeron processor. Please check with your
LXE representative for availability with Pentium 266MHz CPU.
Ethernet is available only with 400MHz Celeron processor.
Extended temperature versions are available with 128MB SDRAM only.
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Introduction
Document Conventions
This reference guide uses the following document conventions:
ALL CAPS
Menu|Choice
“Quotes”
<
>
All caps are used to represent disk directories, file names, and application
names.
Rather than use the phrase “choose the Save command from the File menu”,
this manual uses the convention “choose File|Save”.
Indicates the title of a book, chapter or a section within a chapter (for
example, “Document Conventions”).
Indicates a key on the keyboard (for example, <Enter> ).
Indicates a reference to other documentation.
Differences in operation or commands due to radio type.
ATTENTION
!
Keyword that indicates vital or pivotal information to follow.
Attention symbol that indicates vital or pivotal information to follow. Also,
when marked on product, means to refer to the manual or operator’s guide.
International fuse replacement symbol. When marked on the product, the
label includes fuse ratings in volts (v) and amperes (a) for the product.
Note:
Caution
!
WARNING
!
DANGER
!
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Keyword that indicates immediately relevant information.
Keyword that indicates a potentially hazardous situation, which, if not
avoided, may result in minor or moderate injury.
Keyword that indicates a potentially hazardous situation, which, if not
avoided, could result in death or serious injury.
Keyword that indicates an imminent hazardous situation, which, if not
avoided, will result in death or serious injury.
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Environmental Specifications
Feature
Specification
Operating Temperature
Standard version, with
rotating media
41°F to 113°F (5°C to 45°C) [non-condensing]
Standard version, without
rotating media
32°F to 113°F (0°C to 45°C) [non-condensing]
Extended Temperature
version
Startup: -4°F to 122°F (-20°C to 50°C) [non-condensing]
Operating: -22ºF to 122ºF (-30ºC to 50ºF) [non-condensing]
Storage Temperature
Standard version
14°F to 158°F (-10°C to 70°C) [non-condensing]
Extended Temperature
version
-13°F to 158°F (-25°C to 70°C) [non-condensing]
Water, Sand Dust
IP66 per IEC60529
Operating Humidity
Up to 90% non-condensing at 104°F (40°C)
Vibration
Based on MIL Std 810D
ESD
15 kV
Shock
75G, 5ms duration, 100 shock impacts
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Quick Start
Quick Start
This section’s instructions are based on the assumption that your new system is pre-configured
and requires only accessory installation (e.g. antenna, external keyboard and/or barcode scanner)
and a power source.
Use this guide as you would any other source book -- reading portions to learn about the VX4,
and then referring to it when you need more information about a particular subject. This guide
takes you through installation and operation of the LXE VX4.
In general, the sequence of events is:
1.
Install Vehicle Mounting Bracket (and keyboard mounting bracket) on vehicle.
2.
Secure VX4 in Mounting Bracket Assembly.
3.
Connect vehicle power source to VX4 power cable.
4.
Connect power cable to the VX4.
5.
Connect accessories to VX4, e.g. scanner, antenna, keyboard.
6.
Secure all cables to the VX4 with the Strain Relief Cable Clamps.
7.
Turn the VX4 on.
The VX4 and its keyboard should be mounted in an area in the vehicle where it:
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Does not obstruct the vehicle operator’s vision or safe vehicle operation.
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Will be protected from rain or inclement weather.
•
Will be protected from extremely high concentrations of dust or wind-blown debris.
•
Can be easily accessed by an operator seated in the driver’s seat.
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Components
1. Antenna Connector
2. PC Card Slots
3. Ethernet Connector 4
4. Speaker/Beeper
5. Audio Jack for
External Speaker or
Headset
6. COM1/Scanner
Connector 5
7. COM2 Connector5
8. USB Cable
Connector
9. Keyboard
Connector
10. Power Connector
11. Power Switch
12. Fuse
Figure 1 VX4 Components
4
5
The Ethernet connector is optional. It is not present on all VX4’s.
COM1 is configured with Pin 9 +5V. COM2 is configured with Pin 9 RI. Refer to the VX4
Reference Guide, Chapter 4, “System Configuration” for more information.
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The Full-Screen Display
The Full-Screen Display
The VX4 Display is a TFT color unit capable of supporting VGA and SVGA graphics modes. The
maximum display size is 800 x 600 pixels.
Microsoft Windows Control Panel
The Microsoft Windows Control Panel and System Tray icons panel provide standard Windows
options for configuring the VX4, such as:
•
Sound volume
•
Display configuration
•
Power management
•
PCMCIA card management
Please consult your System Administrator or refer to commercially available
Microsoft Windows user guides or the Windows on-line Help application for
these standard Windows configuration options.
PCMCIA and ATA Slots
The VX4 has two active PCMCIA slots and two Secondary IDE ATA slots. The right slots, Slot
0 and Slot 1 are PCMCIA slots. They support the Personal Computer Memory Card International
Association (PCMCIA) 2.1 standards. These slots are intended for use with LXE Type II
2.4GHz Spread Spectrum radios.
The left slots are used for ATA memory cards, either PCMCIA or Compact Flash format.
1. Slot 0 (Lower Right)
2. Slot 1 (Upper Right)
3. ATA Compact Flash Slot
(Lower Left)
4. ATA PCMCIA Slot (Upper Left)
Figure 2 The VX4 PCMCIA and ATA Slots
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The Keyboards
Note:
Installation instructions for mounting keyboard brackets and connecting keyboards other
than the LXE Vehicle Mount Terminal (VMT) keyboard are contained in the following
LXE Installation Instruction documents:
Cherry VMT Keyboard Installation
Storm VMT Keyboard Installation
These documents are available on the LXE Manuals CD.
The LXE VMT keyboard is a customized keyboard, connected to the VX4 with a keyed
watertight connector. The LXE VMT keyboard features a 60 key keyboard. The keyboard
backlight is controlled manually. See “Keyboard Backlight” below.
The keyboard has 101 keyboard functions, including a numeric keyboard pad. Please refer to
Appendix A, “Key Maps”, for keypress combinations.
Figure 3 The LXE VMT Keyboard with Cable
The QWERTY Keyboard
Figure 4 The QWERTY Keyboard
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The Keyboards
General Windows Keyboard Shortcuts
Use the keyboard shortcuts in the chart below to navigate the LXE VMT keyboard. These are
standard keyboard shortcuts for Windows applications.
Press these keys …
To …
CTRL + C
Copy
CTRL + X
Cut
CTRL + V
Paste
CTRL + Z
Undo
DELETE
Delete
SHIFT with any of the arrow keys
Select more than one item in a window or on the
desktop, or select text within a document.
CTRL+A
Select all.
ALT+ESC
Cycle through items in the order they were opened.
CTRL+ESC
Display the Start menu.
ALT+Underlined letter in a menu
name
Display the corresponding menu.
Underlined letter in a command
name on an open menu
Carry out the corresponding command.
ESC
Cancel the current task.
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Key Maps
The keyboard supports all 101 keyboard functions. However, because the keyboard only has 60
keys, all functions are not visible (or printed on the keyboard). Therefore the VX4 keyboard
supports what is called hidden keys -- keys that are accessible but not visible on the keyboard.
On standard keyboards many keys are found in the Alphanumeric section as well as on the
Numeric keypad (i.e. the 1 key is found on the numeric keypad and above the alpha characters on
standard keyboards). However these keys send distinctly different scan codes when the keys are
pressed. The default codes for the VX4 keys correspond to the numeric keypad on standard
keyboards. In order to duplicate the codes sent when the alphanumeric key is pressed, the hidden
keystroke must be used.
The hidden keys supported by the VX4 are listed in Appendix A, “Key Maps”.
Unused Key Functions
There are several key functions that are not used on the VX4. These include:
•
<F3> - The Resume/Suspend function is not used as Microsoft Windows controls all
power management modes.
•
<F4>, <F5>, <F6> and <F7> - The Display Brightness and Contrast functions are
not used as these properties are not adjustable on the TFT display on the VX4.
•
<F8> and <F9> - The Volume control keys are not used as volume is adjusted via
the Microsoft Windows Volume icon in the System Tray.
•
<F10> - The <F10> key is used in conjunction with the <2nd> key to toggle the
keyboard backlight on or off. See “Keyboard Backlight” below.
NumLock and the VX4
The keyboard does not have a NumLock indicator or key, however NumLock is On by default in
the BIOS. NumLock can be toggled Off or On using the <2nd> <SHIFT> <F10> keypress
sequence.
Please refer to the “VX4 Reference Guide” for more information on NumLock.
Keyboard Backlight
The LXE keyboard keys are backlit with LEDs. The backlight is manually controlled using the
<2nd> + <CTRL> + <F10> keypress sequence.
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The Keyboards
Keyboard LEDs
The VX4 keyboard has three (3) LED indicators.
1. CapsLock Mode
LED Indicator
2. Secondary Mode
LED Indicator
3. Status LED
Indicator
Figure 5 Keyboard LEDs
CAPS LED
This LED indicates the state of the keyboard CapsLock mode. If CapsLock is enabled this LED is
illuminated green. When CapsLock is off, the LED is dark.
Figure 6 The CapsLock Key
Press <2nd> then <F1> to toggle CapsLock On and Off.
The default value of CapsLock is “Off”.
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Secondary Keys LED
The VMT keyboard is equipped with several secondary keys. These keys are identified by the
superscripted text found on the keyboard keys. The secondary keys are accessible by using two
(2) keystrokes: the <2nd> key followed by the superscripted key.
Figure 7 The Secondary Key
Once the <2nd> state is enabled (by pressing the <2nd> key) the Secondary Mode LED is
illuminated and the <2nd> state is enabled until another key is pressed. The <2nd> key is toggled on
with a <2nd> keypress and then immediately off with another <2nd> keypress.
For example:
Press <2nd> and <F1> to turn CapsLock on and off.
Press <2nd> and <↑> to initiate the PgUp command.
Press <2nd> and <Q> to type the “!” key.
Press <2nd> and <BkSp> to enter the Insert (Ins) mode.
Status LED
Figure 8 The Resume/Suspend Key
The Status LED, located on the front of the keyboard, is illuminated green when the unit is
powered on. The Status LED is dark when power is disconnected.
Note:
This LED should not be lit when power is disconnected from the VX4.
The Resume/Suspend key has no effect on a VX4. All power management is controlled by
Microsoft Windows. Windows Power Management contains options to set the display timer, hard
disk timer and standby timer. Please refer to “Status Indicator” in the “Operation” section of this
manual for more details on Windows Power Management.
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Control Keys
The VMT keyboard has several control keys. Because of the construction of the VX4 and the
Microsoft Windows operating system, many of the Control Keys are not used on the VX4.
Note:
The <F4>, <F5>, <F6>, and <F7> keys have no function as the VX4 has TFT LCD
screen with no provision for contrast or brightness adjustments.
The <F8> and <F9> keys have no function as the sound volume on the VX4 is
controlled with the Sound icon in the Microsoft Windows System Tray.
The <F10> key is used to toggle the backlight as part of the keypress sequence <2nd> + <CTRL>
+ <F10>. This key sequence immediately toggles the status of the keyboard backlight. Pressing
<2nd> + <F10> has no effect on the keyboard backlight.
1. Display Brightness Control
Keys (Not used)
2. Display Contrast Control
Keys (Not used)
3. Speaker Volume Control
Keys (Not used)
4. Backlight Control Key
(See above)
Figure 9 The VMT Keyboard Display Controls
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Power Supply
Vehicle power input for the VX4 is 12V to 60V DC and is accepted without the need to perform
any manual adjustments within the VX4. See the section titled “Installation”, sub-section titled
“Vehicle 12-60V DC Direct Connection.”
If 12V to 60V DC power is not available – for example, in an office environment – an optional
external Universal Input Power Supply can be used to convert AC wall power to an appropriate
DC level. See the section titled “Installation”, sub-section titled “External Power Supply.”
Power input is fused for protection and the fuse is externally accessible. See section titled
“Installation”, sub-section titled “Fuse Replacement for the VX4.”
Backup Battery
The internal 270 mAh Lithium backup (coin cell) battery provides power to maintain the real time
clock when the VX4 is not powered from an external source. The backup battery requires no user
intervention. Replacement must be performed by LXE.
Caution
!
Danger of explosion if battery is incorrectly replaced.
Replace only with the same type or equivalent type recommended by the
manufacturer.
Dispose of used batteries according to the manufacturer’s instructions.
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Getting Help
Getting Help
All LXE manuals are now available on one CD and they can also be viewed/downloaded
from the LXE website. Contact your LXE representative to obtain the LXE Manuals CD.
You can also get help from LXE by calling the telephone numbers listed on the LXE Manuals
CD, in the file titled “Contacting LXE”. This information is also available on the LXE website
www.lxe.com.
Manuals and Accessories
Manuals
The following manuals are available on the LXE Manuals CD:
•
VX4 Reference Guide
•
ORiNOCO IEEE User’s Guide
•
Contacting LXE
•
LXE Technical Glossary
Accessories
Cables
Cable, Shielded, DB-9F to DB-25F, 6 ft.
Cable, Shielded, Printer/PC, DB-9F to DB-25F, 6 ft.
Cable, Shielded, PC, DB-9F to DB-9F, 6 ft.
Cable, 1 ft. Mini-DIN to water tight keyboard connector
Cable, USB adapter
9000A052CBL6D9D25
9000A053CBL6D9D25
9000A054CBL6D9D9
9000A069CBL1PS6ML4
9000A068CBL12M4USB
Brackets and Keyboards
LXE VMT Keyboard
LXE VMT Keyboard, 5250
LXE VMT Keyboard, 3270
Integrated LXE VMT Keyboard Bracket
Remote LXE VMT Keyboard Bracket
Vehicle Mounting Bracket.
Keyboard, Cherry, STD, US
Bracket, Cherry KYBD, STD
Cover, Cherry KYBD
9000A153KBDSTDWW
9000A154KYBD5250WW
9000A155KYBD3270WW
9000A013BRKTINTLXE
9000A012BRKTRMTLXE
VXXA003BRACKET
9000A152KBDSTDUS
9000A003BRKTKBD
9000A152CVRKBDSTD
Power Supplies
Cbl, 12’, 12-60V Input Power
External AC Input Power Supply
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1380A053CBL12ML3
9000A304PSACWW
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Miscellaneous
Pen, passive, touch
VX4 System Tools CD
Remote Antenna Assembly
9000A501PASSIVEPEN
VX4A476DRIVERS
1300A276ANTREMOTE
Hard Drives
1GB PCMCIA Drive ATA, Flash, Solid State
1GB PCMCIA Drive ATA, Low Temp, Solid State
512MB PCMCIA Drive ATA, Low Temp, Solid State
2GB PCMCIA Drive ATA, Flash, Solid State
2GB PCMCIA Drive ATA, Low Temp, Flash, Solid
State
16MB Compact Flash Drive ATA, Solid State
16MB Comp. Flash Drive ATA, Low Temp, Solid State
64MB Compact Flash Drive ATA, Solid State
64MB Comp Flash Drive ATA, Low Temp, Solid State
9000A226HDD1GBPCMCIA
9000A227HDD1GBLT 4
9000A228HDD512MBLT 6
9000A229HDD2GBPCMCIA
9000A230HDD2GBLTPCM 4
9000A254HDDCF16MB
9000A254HDDCF16MBLT 4
9000A254HDDCF64MB
9000A254HDDCF64MBLT 4
Scanners
Scanner, Powerscan, SR, 8’ Cbl, WW
Scanner, Powerscan, SR, 12’ Cbl, US
Scanner, Powerscan SR, 11’ Cbl, PS/2, US
Scanner, Powerscan, LR, 8’ Cbl, WW
Scanner, Powerscan LR 12’ Cbl, US
Scanner, Powerscan, LR, 12’ Cbl, PS/2, US
Scanner, Powerscan, XLR, 8’ Cbl, WW
Scanner, Powerscan XLR, 12’ Cbl, US
Scanner, Powerscan XLR, 12’ Cbl, PS/2, US
Scanner, LS3408FZ, 9’ Cbl, WW
Scanner, LS3408ER, 9’ Cbl, WW
8300A326SCNRPWRSR8DA9F
8300A327SCNRPWRSR12DA9F
8300A330SCNRPWRSR11PS2
8310A326SCNRPWRLR8DA9F
8310A327SCNRPWRLR12DA9F
8310A330SCNRPWRLR11PS2
8320A326SCNRPWRXLR8DA9F
8320A327SCNRPWRXLR12DA9F
8320A330SCNRPWRXLR11PS2
8510A326SCNRFZYDA9F
8520A326SCNRERDA9F
Printers
Zebra, PA400, 240VAC, EC
Zebra, PA400, 120VAC, US
Zebra, PA400, 20-80VDC
Zebra, PT400, 240VAC, EC
Zebra, PT400, 120VAC, US
Zebra, PT400, 20-80VDC
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PA400-050-12100
PA400-050-11100
PA400-050-99100
PT400-050-12100
PT400-050-11100
PT400-050-99100
Drives marked as Low Temp are available with the VX4ET.
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Install Mounting Brackets
Caution:
This device is intended to transmit RF energy. For protection against RF exposure
to humans and in accordance with FCC rules and Industry Canada rules, this
transmitter should be installed such that a minimum separation distance of at least
20 cm (7.8 in.) is maintained between the antenna and the general population.
This device is not to be co-located with other transmitters.
Equipment Needed: Phillips No. 1 screwdriver and a Torque wrench capable of measuring to 50
inch pounds (5.64±.56 N/m).
Note:
Torquing tool is not supplied by LXE. Bolts, washers, and wrench needed when attaching
the bottom mounting bracket to the vehicle are not supplied by LXE.
Before installation begins, verify you have the following vehicle mounting bracket assembly
components:
Components
Back Mounting Bracket Assembly
This bracket is attached to the VX4. It is preassembled at LXE.
6 each 8-32 x 7/16 Pan Head Screw (connects
the bracket to the back of the computer)
4 each 8-32 x 3/8 Flat Screw (connects the
bracket with isolators to the bracket
mounted to the back of the computer)
Bottom Mounting Bracket
This bracket is mounted to the vehicle. Then it is
connected to the Back Mounting Bracket and VX4
assembly.
6 each 1/4 Flat Washer
6 each 1/4 Lock Washer
6 each ¼-20 Bolt
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Mounting Dimensions
1. 14.40 in / 359.2 mm
2. 12.10 in / 307.3 mm
3. 6.05 in / 153.6 mm
4. 1.02 in / 25.9 mm
5. 3.00 in / 76.2 mm
6. Vehicle Mount Footprint
7. 0.18 in / 4.5 mm
8. 0.88 in / 22.3 mm
9. 1.25 in / 31.75 mm
Figure 10 VX4 Bracket - Mounting Dimensions (Not To Scale)
Mounting Positions
Figure 11 Suggested Mounting Positions
Viewing angle is 45° to both sides of the bottom mounting bracket.
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Torque Measurements
You will need a torquing tool capable of torquing to 50 inch pounds (5.64±.56 N/m).
Torque pan head screws to 16.0±1 in/lb (1.8±.11 N/m) when assembling the back mounting
bracket to the VX4.
Torque ¼ bolts to 50.0±5 in/lb (5.64±.56 N/m) when assembling the bottom mounting bracket
to the back mounting bracket.
Figure 12 Torque Measurements
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Cable Retention Assembly
Before beginning the vehicle mounting bracket assembly, attach the cable ties to the VX4 and the
back mounting bracket as shown in the following figures.
Use the cable ties to secure the power cable and RS-232 cables to the VX4 after it has been
mounted to the vehicle.
(5) Strain Relief Cable Clamps and (2)
Cable Ties
7 each
8-32 x 7/16 Pan Head Screw
Connect Strain Relief Cable Clamps to the
back of the VX4. Connect Cable Ties to the
VX4 and the back mounting bracket.
1.
Turn the VX4 off before attaching the accessories.
2.
Install accessories and the strain relief cable clamps.
3.
Mount the accessories cable to the VX4 with the strain relief cable clamps,
ensuring a slack loop remains between the cable clamp and the accessories
connectors.
Figure 13 Strain Relief Cable Clamp Locations
4.
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Insert a pan head screw into the screw holes and fasten securely.
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Connect Cable Ties to Back
Mounting Bracket
Figure 14 Cable Ties on Back Mounting Bracket Assembly
1.
Slide the pointed end of the cable tie through the top opening in the push mount.
2.
Snap the push mount through the top hole and toward the VX4 as shown in the
above figure.
3.
Place the cable (power, COM port) over the tie and lift up the pointed end of the
tie. Slide it through the narrow opening at the top of the cable tie, keeping the
serrated sides together.
4.
Slide the tail of the cable tie closed until cables are snug.
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Procedure
Step 1 - Mount Bottom Mounting
Bracket To Vehicle.
1.
Position the bracket to allow access to the switches and ports on the bottom of
the VX4.
2.
Attach the bottom mounting bracket to the vehicle mounting surface using six
1/4 bolts (or equivalent) fasteners.
Note:
1/4 Bolts not included.
IMPORTANT: Mount to the most rigid surface available.
Figure 15 Connect Bottom Bracket to Vehicle
After the bottom bracket has been attached to a rigid, horizontal surface, you are ready to
assemble the VX4 bracket configuration.
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Step 2 - Connect VX4 To Back
Mounting Bracket.
Figure 16 Back Mounting Bracket Assembly
1.
Turn the VX4 off before attaching it to the back mounting bracket.
2.
Place the VX4 face down on a stable surface.
3.
Position the back mounting bracket on the VX4, matching the screw holes in the
bracket to the screw holes on the back of the VX4.
4.
Insert a pan head screw into each of six holes. Torque the screws to 16±1 in/lb
(1.8±.11 N/m).
Figure 17 VX4 Connected to Back Bracket
Now you are ready to attach the VX4 in the bracket assembly to the vehicle.
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Step 3 - Attach VX4 In Bracket
Assembly To Bottom Mounting
Bracket.
Figure 18 Connect to Bottom Mounting Bracket
1.
Place lock washer first, then flat washer on bolt. Next insert mounting bolts through the
curved apertures in the bottom mounting bracket and into the screw holes in the side
bracket.
2.
Loosely tighten each bolt as it is inserted.
Important: Do not torque bolts until all bolts are in place and viewing angle
is adjusted.
3.
Loosen the hex bolts on both sides to adjust the viewing angle of the mounted VX4.
4.
Torque the hex bolts to 50±5 in/lb (5.64±.56 N/m).
Note:
Test the torque on the bolts frequently during operation and re-tighten if
necessary to 50±5 in/lb (5.64±.56 N/m).
5.
Connect all cables to the VX4. Secure the cables with the strain relief cable clamps,
ensuring a slack loop remains between the cable clamp and the accessory connector.
6.
The vehicle mounted bracket and the VX4 are now ready to use.
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Figure 19 VX4 in Vehicle Bracket
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VMT Remote Keyboard Bracket Assembly
1. Keyboard Cable
2. VMT Keyboard
3. Bracket
4. Mounting Surface
Figure 20 VMT Remote Keyboard Bracket Assembly
Equipment Needed: Phillips screwdriver, torque wrench.
Note:
1.
Place the keyboard face down on a flat, stable surface.
2.
Position the bracket on the keyboard base, aligning the four screw holes in the
keyboard with the four mounting holes in the bracket flanges. When positioned
correctly, the bracket should overlap at the top of the keyboard.
3.
Attach the keyboard to the bracket with four screws (included). Tighten to 9 +/1 in/lb (1.02 N/m).
4.
Attach the keyboard-bracket assembly to the vehicle’s mounting surface using
four 1/4 bolts or equivalent.
Bolts, washers, and wrench needed when attaching the bracket to the vehicle are not
supplied by LXE.
IMPORTANT: Mount to the most rigid surface available.
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VMT Remote Keyboard Mounting
Dimensions
1. Minimum area
required for
assembled bracket
2. 6.2 inch / 157 mm
3. Bottom Bracket
footprint
4. 4.4 inch / 111.5 mm
5. 2.3 inch / 57.2 mm
6. 4.0 inch / 101.6 mm
7. 0.9 inch / 22.4 mm
8. 0.3 inch / 6.6 mm
9. 1.1 inch / 27.7 mm
10. 4.0 inch / 101.6 mm
11. 0.3 inch / 7.6 mm
12. 2.9 inch / 72.6 mm
13. 11.9 inch / 302.0 mm
Figure 21 VMT Remote Keyboard - Mounting Dimensions
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VMT Integrated Keyboard Bracket Assembly
Note:
Bolts, washers, and wrench needed when attaching the bracket to the vehicle are not
supplied by LXE.
1. Viewing Angle Adjustment Bolts and
Washers (4 sets)
2. Main Mounting Bracket Assembly
3. Keyboard Arm (2, right and left)
4. Keyboard
5. Keyboard Bracket
6. Adjustment Knob (2 each)
7. Detents (2 each side)
Figure 22 VMT Integrated Keyboard Bracket Assembly
Equipment Needed: Phillips screwdriver, torque wrench.
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1.
Loosen the VMT viewing angle adjustment bolts (1) of the Main Mounting
Bracket Assembly (2).
2.
Remove the two bolts and washers from the left side of the Main Mounting
Bracket assembly, and mount the left Keyboard Arm (3) to the Main Mounting
Bracket assembly loosely using the washers and two new bolts.
3.
Remove the two bolts and washers from the right side of the Main Mounting
Bracket assembly, and mount the right Keyboard Arm to the Main Mounting
Bracket assembly loosely using the washers and two new bolts.
4.
Assemble the Keyboard (4) to the Keyboard Bracket (5) with the #10-32 screws
and washers. Tighten screws to 9 +/- 1 in/lb (1.02 N/m).
5.
Assemble Keyboard and Bracket to Keyboard Arms using the Adjustment Knobs
(6).
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6.
Adjust VMT viewing angle as desired, and tighten angle adjustment bolts to 50
+/- 5 in/lb (5.64 +/- .56 N/m).
7.
Adjust Keyboard angle as desired, ensuring the detents (7) and holes are aligned.
Tighten the Adjustment Knobs by hand.
Important:
Note:
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Do not torque bolts until all bolts are in place and viewing angle is
adjusted.
Periodically check the connectors and retighten if necessary.
8. Tie Wrap Holders
9. Cable Hooks
Figure 23 Cable Tie Holders and Cable Hooks
8.
Insert cable ties into the Tie Wrap holders (8) on the bottom of the Keyboard
Bracket.
9.
Wrap excess cable length under the Keyboard Bracket on the Cable Hooks (9).
Secure entering and exiting cable with cable ties and cable tie holders.
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Figure 24 Assembled VMT Integrated Keyboard Bracket
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Connect Keyboard
The VMT has an external 4-pin watertight connector for the keyboard. All keyboards are
connected in a similar fashion. The keyboard is attached to the connector marked “KEYBOARD”.
The keyboard receives power from the VX4.
Figure 25 Keyboard Connection Location and Keyboard
1.
Turn the VX4 off before attaching the keyboard cable.
2.
Insert the keyboard cable into the VX4 keyboard connector, aligning the groove on
top of the cable with the notch at the top of the VX4 connector.
3.
Once the pins are firmly seated, tighten (turning clockwise) the connector into place.
4.
Secure the cable with the strain relief cable clamps, ensuring a slack loop remains
between the cable clamp and the keyboard connector.
5.
Turn the VX4 on.
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Connect Antenna
Connect Antenna
Note:
VX4’s equipped with a radio require an external antenna. A VX4 without a radio does
not use an antenna. Some VX4’s may be equipped with a dual antenna option. For these
VX4’s, an external antenna must be connected to each antenna connector.
1. Antenna Pin
2. Antenna Base
Figure 26 Connect 2.4GHz Antenna
Place the antenna base over the antenna pin. Push down and twist clockwise until the antenna is
secure. Repeat for second antenna connector, if present.
Adjust the antenna angle to improve RF communications with the computer network.
Note:
Substitution of antennas is not permitted unless authorized by LXE. Use of unauthorized
antennas will void the FCC emissions certification of the VX4.
Vehicle Remote Antenna Mount
The external antenna (or antennas) can be remotely mounted on the vehicle. Please refer to the
“Vehicle Remote Mount Antenna Installation Sheet” for details.
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Connect Serial Barcode Scanner
Refer to the documentation received with the barcode scanner for complete
instructions. Read all warnings and caution labels.
Before using the scanner, read section titled “Operation”, sub- section titled
“Laser Barcode Scanner Warnings.”
!
Pin 9 of COM1 is configured to provide +5V. Pin 9 of COM2 is configured to provide RI. To
change Pin 9 of either port, please refer to Chapter 4, “System Configuration” in the “VX4
Reference Guide”.
The scanner cable is attached to the connector marked “COM1/SCANNER”. The scanner receives
power from the VX4.
The cable requires a nine-pin D-shell female connector for the VX4.
Note:
Use of a shielded cable is required to maintain FCC and CISPR22 emissions
compliance.
Figure 27 Connect Serial Scanner Cable
1.
Seat the connector firmly over the pins and turn the thumbscrews in a clockwise
direction. Do not overtighten.
2.
Use the strain relief cable clamps to secure the tethered scanner cable to the
VX4.
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Connect Serial Barcode Scanner
When you have finished using the scanner, remove it from the VX4 and store the scanner in a
closed container or bag.
Figure 28 VX4 with Generic Barcode Scanner Attached
1. Good Scan LED (or equivalent)
2. Trigger
3. Laser Aperture at Front
Figure 29 Generic Barcode Scanner
Refer to the documentation received with the barcode scanner for complete
instructions.
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Connect Serial Printer or PC
Refer to the documentation received with the printer or PC for complete
instructions.
Pin 9 of COM1 is configured to provide +5V. Pin 9 of COM2 is configured to provide RI. To
change Pin 9 of either port, please refer to Chapter 4, “System Configuration” in the “VX4
Reference Guide”.
The printer or PC cable requires a nine-pin D-shell female connector for the VX4.
The printer or PC cable is attached to the connector marked “COM2”.
Note:
Use of a shielded cable is required to maintain FCC and CISPR22 emissions
compliance.
Figure 30 Connect Serial Cable to COM2
1.
Seat the connector firmly over the pins and turn the thumbscrews in a clockwise
direction. Do not over tighten.
2.
Use the strain relief cable clamps to secure the cable to the VX4. Turn the
accessory on.
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Connect USB Devices
Connect USB Devices
The VX4 provides a USB port via an adapter cable attached to the connector marked “USB” .
Figure 31 Connect USB Adapter Cable
1.
Insert the watertight-connector end of the USB adapter cable into the VX4 USB
connector, aligning the groove on top of the cable with the notch at the top of the
VX4 connector.
2.
Once the pins are firmly seated, tighten (turning clockwise) the connector into
place.
Figure 32 Connect USB Device to Adapter Cable
3.
Plug the desired device, such as a USB mouse or floppy drive, into the end of the
adapter cable with the USB port. Refer to the documentation for your USB
device for more details on installation. USB devices may be installed, removed
or swapped without turning off the VX4.
Note:
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The USB Host Controller (or USB Port) must be enabled in the BIOS.
Also, to use a USB floppy drive, USB BIOS Legacy Support must be
enabled. For more information on these BIOS settings, please refer to
Chapter 4, “System Configuration” in the VX4 Reference Guide.
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Connect External Headset
The VX4 provides an external headset connection via an audio jack connector marked “Audio” .
Note:
The audio port is configured for the LXE supplied headset ONLY. Off-the-shelf PC
speakers and headphones do not use the same pinout.
Figure 33 Connect External Headset
1.
Remove the plug covering the audio jack.
2.
Insert the speaker or headphone plug into the audio connector; making sure the
plug is firmly seated in the connector jack.
3.
Replace the plug when the speaker or headset is removed from the audio jack.
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Connect Ethernet Cable
Connect Ethernet Cable
Note:
The Ethernet connector is optional. It is not present on all VX4’s.
The optional RJ-45 Ethernet connector is located on the top of the VX4, near the antenna
connector. The VX4 Ethernet connector accepts standard RJ-45 Ethernet cable (not included), the
same as any PCs on the network.
Figure 34 Connect Ethernet Cable
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1.
Remove the plug covering the Ethernet jack.
2.
Insert the network cable and ensure it is firmly seated in the connector jack.
3.
To remove the Ethernet cable, press the release tab on the cable end.
4.
Replace the plug when the Ethernet jack is not in use.
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Connect Power Cable
1.
Turn the VX4 off before attaching the power plug.
2.
Connect the power cable to vehicle power (See the following section titled
“Vehicle 12-60VDC Direct Connection.”)
- or to an AC adapter. (See the following section titled “External Power Supply.”).
3.
Connect power by inserting the power plug into the power connector on the
bottom of the VX4.
4.
Both the plug and receptacle are keyed and care must be used when connecting
the power cable. Tighten the nut of the power plug clockwise until tight.
Secure the cable with the strain relief cable clamps, ensuring a slack loop
remains between the cable clamp and the connector.
Figure 35 Connect Power Cable to VX4
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External Power Supply, Optional
External Power Supply, Optional
The LXE-approved AC Power Adapter is only intended for use in a 25ºC (77ºF) maximum
ambient temperature environment.
1. AC Input Cable
2. DC Output Cable
Figure 36 Optional Power Configuration
In North America, this unit is intended for use with a UL Listed ITE power supply with
output rated 12 – 60 VDC, minimum 3.5 A. Outside North America, this unit is intended for
use with an IEC certified ITE power supply with output rated 12 – 60 VDC, minimum 3.5 A.
The external power supply may be connected to either a 120V, 60Hz supply or, outside North
America, to a 230V, 50Hz supply, using the appropriate detachable cordset. In all cases, connect
to a properly grounded source of supply provided with maximum 15 Amp overcurrent protection
(10 Amp for 230V circuits).
How To: Connect External Power Supply
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1.
Turn the VX4 off.
2.
Connect the detachable cordset provided by LXE to the external power supply
(IEC 320 connector).
3.
Plug cordset into appropriate, grounded, electrical supply receptacle (AC mains).
4.
Connect the watertight connector end to the VX4’s Power Connector by aligning
the connector pins to the power connector; push down on the watertight
connector and twist it to fasten securely.
5.
Turn the VX4 on.
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Vehicle 12-60VDC Direct Connection
Caution:
!
Caution:
For proper and safe installation, the input power cable must be connected to a
fused circuit on the vehicle. This fused circuit requires a 5 Amp maximum time
delay (slow blow) high interrupting rating fuse. If the supply connection is
made directly to the battery, the fuse should be installed in the positive lead
within 5 inches of the battery positive (+) terminal.
For installation by trained service personnel only.
!
Warning:
!
Risk of ignition or explosion. Explosive gas mixture may be vented from
battery. Work only in well ventilated area. Avoid creating arcs and sparks at
battery terminals.
1. To Vehicle Battery
2. To Vehicle
Mounted Device
3. Green (GND)
4. Red / White (DC+)
5. Red / Black (DC-)
6. 12 – 60 VDC
Figure 37 Direct Vehicle Power Connection Cable (Fuse Not Shown)
1. Vehicle Electrical
System
2. 5 Amp Slow Blow
Fuse
3. DC +
4. DC 5. Vehicle Chassis
6. Red / White
7. Red / Black
8. Green
Figure 38 Connecting the Power Cable to the Vehicle
Note:
Correct electrical polarity is required for safe and proper installation. Connecting the
cable to the VX4 with the polarity reversed will cause the VX4’s fuse to be blown. See the
following figure titled “Vehicle Connection Wiring Color Codes” for additional wire
color-coding specifics.
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Vehicle 12-60VDC Direct Connection
How To: Connect Vehicle 12-60VDC Direct Connection
1.
The VX4 must be turned off.
2.
While observing the fuse requirements specified above, connect the power cable
as close as possible to the actual battery terminals of the vehicle. When available,
always connect to unswitched terminals in vehicle fuse panel, after providing
proper fusing.
ATTENTION:
3.
For uninterrupted power, electrical supply connections should
not be made at any point after the ignition switch of the
vehicle.
Route the cable the shortest way possible. The input cable from the connection to
the battery is rated for a maximum temperature of 105°C (221°F). When routing
this cable it should be protected from physical damage and from surfaces that
might exceed this temperature.
Do not expose the cable to chemicals or oil that may cause the wiring insulation
to deteriorate.
Note: If the vehicle is equipped with a panel containing Silicon Controller
Rectifiers (SCR’s), avoid routing the power cable in close proximity to
these devices.
Always route the cable so that it does not interfere with safe operation and
maintenance of the vehicle.
Use proper electrical and mechanical fastening means for terminating the cable.
Properly sized “crimp” type electrical terminals are an accepted method of
termination. Please select electrical connectors sized for use with 18AWG
(1mm2) conductors.
Wiring color codes for LXE supplied DC input power cabling:
Vehicle Supply
Wire Color
+12 - 60VDC
(DC +)
Red with White Stripe
Return
(DC -)
Red with Black Stripe
Vehicle Chassis
GND
Green
Figure 39 Vehicle Connection Wiring Color Codes
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LXE’s VX4 accepts a wide DC input voltage range. Do not connect the
VX4 input power cable to any other LXE computer or damage to that
computer may occur.
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4.
Provide mechanical support for the cable by securing it to the vehicle structure at
approximately one foot intervals, taking care not to over tighten and pinch
conductors or penetrate outer cable jacket.
5.
Connect the cable to the VX4 by aligning the water-tight connector pins to the
power connector; push down on the water-tight connector and twist it to fasten
securely.
6.
Turn the VX4 on.
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Fuse Replacement for the VX4
Fuse Replacement for the VX4
The VX4 uses a 125V, 5A time delay (slow blow), high current interrupting rating fuse that is
externally accessible and user replaceable. Should it need replacement, replace with same size,
rating and type of fuse -- Bussman Type GMC-5 (5x20mm).
1. Fuse
2. Twist in this direction
to remove
3. Twist in this direction
to insert
Figure 40 Fuse Replacement
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1.
Turn the VX4 off and disconnect the power cable from the VX4.
2.
While holding the VX4 over a level surface, push the fuse cover in and twist it
one quarter turn counterclockwise. A flat head screwdriver may be used to twist
the fuse cover.
3.
Remove the fuse.
4.
Discard the fuse and place a new fuse in the holder.
5.
Push the fuse in and twist it clockwise one quarter turn.
6.
Reconnect the power cable to the VX4.
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Powering On/Off
Connect the VX4 to a power source, either AC or Vehicle.
The power (on/off) switch is a toggle switch located on the bottom of the VX4. The switch is
sealed by a rubber boot seal. The Status LED on the LXE VMT keyboard is lit when the power is
on.
You are now ready to use the computer.
Enter data using the keyboard, touchscreen or a Serial Barcode Scanner.
Note:
Always turn the computer off prior to connecting or disconnecting any power source.
Always shut down Microsoft Windows before turning the power off.
Figure 41 The VX4 Power Switch
Powering off the VX4 without properly shutting down Microsoft Windows can corrupt
Windows. ALWAYS shut down Windows before powering off the VX4.
Powering off the VX4 before a write (to disk) function has completed, may result in the
corruption of the flash drive, if so equipped. Always shut down Microsoft Windows before
powering off the VX4.
When the system is turned off, the current contents of RAM are lost. Save any needed data and
exit in an orderly fashion from any running programs, then shut down Microsoft Windows, before
turning the system off.
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Keyboard Backlight
Reset Key Sequence (Reboot)
Note:
The <CTRL> + <ALT> + <DEL> function can be used to shut down a Microsoft
Windows application or reboot the computer. The keypress brings up the “Close
Program” window (Windows 98) or the “Task Manager” window (Windows XP).
To reboot the VX4 without turning the computer off, press
<CTRL> + <ALT> + <DEL> or <CTRL> + <ALT> + <numeric .>
ATTENTION:
Rebooting the VX4, before a write (to disk) function has completed, may
result in the corruption of data on the hard drive.
When the system is rebooted, the current contents of RAM are lost. Save any needed data and exit
in an orderly fashion from any running programs before rebooting.
When the VX4 is turned on or rebooted, the following settings are restored from flash memory
and are configured using BIOS Setup.
Note:
Options in the Microsoft Windows Control Panel make access to the BIOS unnecessary
in many cases. Only those setting not controlled by Windows are listed below. For more
information on Windows settings, please refer to commercially available Windows
guides.
Factory Default Settings
Boot Sequence
Hard Drive, Removable Devices, CD-ROM drive, Network boot
in this order
Legacy Floppy (A and B)
Disabled
Primary and Secondary
Master and Slave drives
Auto
Display POST Msgs
Disabled
Show Summary Screen
Disabled
NumLock at boot
Auto
Note:
This is a partial listing. Please refer to the “VX4 Reference Guide” for more details.
Keyboard Backlight
The LXE keyboard has LEDs that illuminate the individual keys. The keyboard backlight may be
toggled manually by pressing <2nd> + <CTRL> + <F10>. This key sequence immediately
changes the state of the keyboard backlight as follows:
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•
Turns the backlight Off if it is currently On.
•
Turns the backlight On if it is currently Off.
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Display and Touchscreen
The VX4 Display is a thin-film transistor display capable of supporting SVGA graphics modes.
Display size is 800 x 600 pixels. The display covering is designed to resist stains. The touch
screen allows signature capture and touch input.
The touch screen is a Resistive Panel with a scratch resistant finish that can detect touches by a
stylus, and translate them into computer commands. In effect, it simulates a computer mouse.
Only Delrin or plastic styluses should be used.
Note:
Always use the point of the stylus for tapping or making strokes on the display. Never use
an actual pen, pencil or sharp object to write on the touch screen.
An extra or replacement stylus may be ordered from LXE. See the “Accessories” section for the
stylus part number.
Although the touch screen is installed and calibrated at the factory, users may make adjustments to
it by using the Hampshire TSHARC Control Panel on the Microsoft Windows Programs menu.
Please refer to your System Administrator or the VX4 Reference Guide for information on touch
screen calibration.
Cleaning the Display
Keep fingers and rough or sharp objects away from the scan aperture and display. If the glass
becomes soiled or smudged, clean only with a standard household cleaner such as Windex®
without vinegar or use Isopropyl Alcohol. Do not use paper towels or harsh-chemical-based
cleaning fluids since they may result in damage to the glass surface. Use a clean, damp, lint-free
cloth. Do not scrub optical surfaces. If possible, clean only those areas which are soiled.
Lint/particulates can be removed with clean, filtered canned air.
Adjust Screen Display
The color TFT display is an active source of light. There are no provisions for adjusting the
brightness or contrast of the display. The display remains on unless Microsoft Windows Power
Management is configured to turn the display off after a certain period of time.
Note:
The <F4>, <F5>, <F6>, and <F7> keys on the VMT keyboard have no function as the
VX4 has a TFT screen.
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Adjust Speaker Volume
Adjust Speaker Volume
Microsoft Windows provides volume adjustment by clicking the “volume” icon in the system tray.
The volume control adjusts the built in speaker’s volume.
Note:
The <F8> and <F9> keys on the VMT keyboard have no function as Windows controls
the sound volume.
Microsoft Windows Event Sounds
The VX4 CD contains WAV files that may be preferable to standard Microsoft Windows sounds
when using the internal speaker. For more information on changing the sounds used in Windows,
please refer to the Windows help feature.
Status Indicator
The LXE VMT keyboard has a Status LED, located below the <enter> key, that is illuminated
green when the unit is powered on. The LED is dark when power is disconnected. All power
management and modes are handled by Microsoft Windows.
Note:
This LED should not be lit when power is disconnected from the VX4.
Status LED
Condition
Off
VX4 is Off.
Steady Green
The VX4 is powered On and the display is On.
- or The VX4 is powered On and the display is Off. Press any key or
touch the screen to turn the display On.
- or The VX4 is in the Standby state. The VX4 is placed in Standby
state from the Microsoft Windows Shut Down menu or the
expiration of the Windows Standby timer. Any key press or screen
touch returns the VX4 to the “On” state. When the VX4 enters the
Standby state, the display and hard drive are turned off. On a VX4
running Windows 98, the keyboard backlight may be configured to
turn off in Standby mode.
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Power Management
All Power Management is handled through the Microsoft Windows Control Panel. System
standby and turning the monitor and hard disk off are accessed from the Power Management icon.
Figure 42 Microsoft Windows Power Management
For more information on configuring Microsoft Windows Power Management, please refer to the
Windows Help feature.
The Power Management defaults for the VX4 are:
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System standby
Never
Turn off monitor
After 15 minutes
Turn off hard disks
After 1 hour
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Laser Barcode Scanner Warnings
Laser Barcode Scanner Warnings
•
Do not look into the laser’s lens.
•
Do not stare directly into the laser beam.
•
Do not remove the laser caution labels from the scanner.
•
Do not connect the laser barcode module to any other device.
Caution:
!
Please read the caution labels.
Avoid exposure. Laser light is emitted from the scanner’s aperture.
Use of controls, adjustments or performance of procedures other than those
specified herein may result in hazardous radiation exposure.
The scanner uses laser light. The following labels are representations of caution
and warning labels placed on laser scanners.
Figure 43 Caution Labels
Class II Scanner
Figure 44 Caution Labels
Class IIIA Scanner
Do not pour, spray, or spill any liquid on the scanner. The Barcode Scanner contains the
circuitry, scanning motor and laser. Handle with appropriate care.
Cleaning the Scan Aperture
Keep fingers and rough or sharp objects away from the scan aperture and display. If the glass
becomes soiled or smudged, clean only with a standard household cleaner such as Windex®
without vinegar or use Isopropyl Alcohol. Do not use paper towels or harsh-chemical-based
cleaning fluids since they may result in damage to the glass surface. Use a clean, damp, lint-free
cloth. Do not scrub optical surfaces. If possible, clean only those areas which are soiled.
Lint/particulates can be removed with clean, filtered canned air.
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Enter Data
You can enter data into the VX4 through several different methods:
•
The tethered scanner connected to the COM1 serial port provides barcode data entry
•
The serial ports are used to input/output data
•
The keyboards provide manual entry
•
The touchscreen also provides manual entry.
Keyboard Entry
Refer to “Appendix: Key Maps” for specific keypresses.
The keyboard is used to manually input data that is not collected otherwise. Almost any function
that a full sized computer keyboard can provide is duplicated on the LXE VMT keyboard but it
may take a few more keystrokes to accomplish a keyed task.
Almost every key has two or three different functions. The primary alpha or numeric character is
printed on the key.
For example, when the <2nd> key is selected pressing the desired second-function key produces
the <2nd> character i.e. <2nd> + F1 toggles the CAPS Lock function. The specific <2nd> character
is printed above the corresponding key.
Please refer to “Appendix: Key Maps” for instruction on the specific keypresses to access all PCcompatible keyboard functions.
Touchscreen Entry
Note:
This section is directed to the VX4 operator. The assumption is that the unit has been
configured and the touch panel calibrated by the System Administrator prior to releasing
the VX4 for operator use.
Note:
Always use the point of the stylus for tapping or making strokes on the display. Never use
an actual pen, pencil or sharp object to write on the touch screen.
The touchscreen input performs the same function as the mouse that is used to point to and click
elements on a desk top computer. The stylus is used in the same manner as a mouse – single tap or
double tap to select menu options, drag the stylus across text to select, hold the stylus down to
activate slider bars, etcetera. Holding the stylus down for ½ second performs the right mouse
click function.
When using a stylus, hold the stylus as if it were a pen or pencil. Touch an element on the screen
with the tip of the stylus then remove the stylus from the screen. The touch screen responds to an
actuation force (touch) of up to 4 oz. of pressure.
The touch screen can be used in conjunction with the keyboard and scanner and an input/output
device connected to one of the VX4’s serial ports.
•
Touch the stylus to the field of the data entry form to receive the next data feed.
•
The cursor begins to flash in the field.
•
The unit is ready to accept data from either the keyboard, integrated scanner or a
device connected to a serial port.
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Enter Data
Scanner Entry
The following section is directed toward a generic tethered scanner connected to the COM1 serial
port on the VX4.
Aiming the Barcode Scanner
Aim the scanner away from you, direct it at the barcode and press the trigger to scan.
The Scan On LED (or equivalent) turns red to indicate the scanner is on.
Adjust the aim so that the thin, red laser beam covers the entire length of the barcode.
Some scanners use a laser aiming beam which then spreads into a wide beam when the scanner’s
Aiming Beam Timer expires. Place the aiming beam in the center of the barcode and hold the
scanner steady until the beam spreads and the barcode is decoded. Beeps may be heard as the
barcode is decoded. Refer to the barcode scanner user’s guide for information on the Aiming
Beam Timer and beep sequences, and the TE reference guide for host generated beep sequences.
The scan beam must cross every bar and space on the barcode.
Correct Scan
Incorrect Scan
Incorrect Scan
Figure 45 Scan Beam
Distance from Label
Large barcodes can be scanned at the maximum distance. Hold the scanner closer to small
barcodes (or with bars that are very close together).
Note:
Do not position the scanner exactly perpendicular to the barcode being scanned. In this
position, light can bounce back into the scanner’s exit window, and possibly prevent a
successful decode.
Successful Scan
When the scan is successful, the scanner’s good scan indicator illuminates, the scan on indicator is
off, and the currently running application may produce a distinctive audible tone.
Unsuccessful Scan
When the scan is unsuccessful, the scan on indicator remains illuminated and the currently
running application may produce distinctive audible tones. Check the following:
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•
Is the scanner programmed for the barcode being read?
•
Check the barcode for marks or physical damage e.g. ripped label, missing section,
etc.
•
Try scanning test symbols of the same code type at different distances and angles.
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Appendix A Key Maps
Standard Keypad
Figure 46 VMT QWERTY Keyboard
The key map table that follows lists the commands used when running LXE’s ANSI Plus (with
2.4GHz radio), LDS Plus (with 2.4GHz radio) Terminal Emulation (TE) or RFTerm programs.
When running these programs please refer to the following terminal emulation reference guides
for equivalent keys and keypress sequences:
•
ANSI Plus Reference Guide
•
LDS Plus Reference Guide
•
RFTerm™ Reference Guide
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Key Map 101-Key Equivalencies
Key Map 101-Key Equivalencies
When using a sequence of keys that includes the 2nd key, press the 2nd key first then the rest of the
key sequence.
Note:
The VMT keyboard does not have a NumLock indicator. NumLock is enabled by default
in BIOS. NumLock may be toggled On or Off using the <2nd> <SHIFT> <F10>
keypress sequence. To change NumLock status at boot, it is necessary to access the
BIOS. Please refer to “BIOS” in Chapter 4, “Software”. When NumLock is off, only the
numeric 0 through 9 and DOT keys are affected. All other keymaps are unchanged.
When the computer boots with a VMT keyboard, the default condition of Caps (or
CapsLock) is Off. The Caps (or CapsLock) condition can be set toggled with a
<2nd>+<F1> key sequence. The CAPS LED on the VMT keyboard is illuminated when
CapsLock is On.
Press These Keys and Then
Press this key
To get this key
nd
2
F4
x
F5
x
F6
x
F7
x
F8
x
F9
Increase Volume
7
7
8
8
Decrease Volume
9
x
10
x
Keyboard Backlight
Suspend/Resume
nd
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x
F10
F3
2nd
2
10
CapsLock
x
Decrease Contrast
9
Alt
7
Increase Contrast
8
Ctrl
Increase Brightness 7
Decrease Brightness
7
Shift
Shift
Shift
Alt
Alt
Ctrl
Ctrl
Esc
Esc
Space
Sp
Enter
Enter
Enter (numeric)
x
Enter
CapsLock (Toggle)
x
F1
Back Space
Ins/BkSp
Tab
Tab
The Brightness and Contrast Adjustment keys have no function because the VX4D is
equipped with a TFT display that has no provision for these adjustments.
The Volume Control keys have no function as the volume is not adjustable on the VX4D.
The Keyboard Backlight key is used in <2nd> + <CTRL> + <F10> key sequence. Refer
to “VMT Keyboard Backlighting” in Chapter 4, “System Configuration”.
The Suspend/Resume key has no function.
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Press These Keys and Then
Press this key
To get this key
nd
2
BackTab
Ctrl-Break
11
Pause
Shift
Ctrl
Alt
x
Tab
x
x
x
F2
F2
Up Arrow
Up Arrow
Down Arrow
Down Arrow
Right Arrow
Right Arrow
Left Arrow
Left Arrow
Insert
x
Ins/BkSp
Delete (numeric)
x
DOT
Home
x
Left Arrow
End
x
Right Arrow
Page Up
x
Up Arrow
Page Down
x
Down Arrow
Right Shift
x
x
F7
Right Alt
x
x
F8
Right Ctrl
x
x
F9
ScrollLock
x
x
F4
NumLock
x
x
F10
F1
F1
F2
F2
F3
F3
F4
F4
F5
F5
F6
F6
F7
F7
F8
F8
F9
F9
F10
11
CapsLock
F10
F11
x
x
F1
F12
x
x
F2
a
A
b
B
c
C
d
D
e
E
f
F
g
G
h
H
Press <Ctrl> then <2nd> then <F2> to produce Ctrl-Break.
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Key Map 101-Key Equivalencies
Press These Keys and Then
Press this key
To get this key
nd
2
Shift
Ctrl
Alt
CapsLock
i
I
j
J
k
K
l
L
m
M
n
N
o
O
p
P
q
Q
r
R
s
S
t
T
u
U
v
V
w
W
x
X
y
Y
z
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A
x
A
B
x
B
C
x
C
D
x
D
E
x
E
F
x
F
G
x
G
H
x
H
I
x
I
J
x
J
K
x
K
L
x
L
M
x
M
N
x
N
O
x
O
P
x
P
Q
x
Q
R
x
R
S
x
S
T
x
T
U
x
U
V
x
V
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Press These Keys and Then
Press this key
To get this key
nd
2
Shift
Ctrl
Alt
CapsLock
W
x
W
X
x
X
Y
x
Y
x
Z
Z
1 (alpha)
x
x
1
2 (alpha)
x
x
2
3 (alpha)
x
x
3
4 (alpha)
x
x
4
5 (alpha)
x
x
5
6 (alpha)
x
x
6
7 (alpha)
x
x
7
8 (alpha)
x
x
8
9 (alpha)
x
x
9
0 (alpha)
x
x
DOT (alpha)
x
1 (numeric)
1 (numeric)
1 (NumLock On)
x
2 (numeric)
2 (numeric)
x
x
x
x
x
8 (NumLock Off)
9 (NumLock On)
x
0 (numeric)
0 (numeric)
7 (NumLock Off)
8 (NumLock On)
9 (numeric)
9 (numeric)
6 (NumLock Off)
7 (NumLock On)
x
8 (numeric)
8 (numeric)
5 (NumLock Off)
6 (NumLock On)
7 (numeric)
7 (numeric)
4 (NumLock Off)
5 (NumLock On)
6 (numeric)
6 (numeric)
3 (NumLock Off)
4 (NumLock On)
5 (numeric)
5 (numeric)
2 (NumLock Off)
3 (NumLock On)
4 (numeric)
4 (numeric)
1 (NumLock Off)
2 (NumLock On)
x
3 (numeric)
3 (numeric)
0
K
9 (NumLock Off)
0 (NumLock On)
x
DOT (numeric)
0 (NumLock Off)
DOT (NumLock
On)
DOT (numeric)
x
DOT (NumLock
Off)
<
x
0
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Key Map 101-Key Equivalencies
Press These Keys and Then
Press this key
To get this key
nd
2
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Shift
Ctrl
Alt
CapsLock
[
x
1
]
x
2
>
x
3
=
x
4
{
x
5
}
x
6
/ (numeric)
x
/ (alpha)
x
- (numeric)
x
- (alpha)
x
+ (numeric)
x
+ (alpha)
x
9
* (numeric)
x
I
* (alpha)
x
: (colon)
x
D
; (semicolon)
x
F
?
x
L
x
7
7
x
8
8
x
x
9
I
`
x
N
_ (underscore)
x
M
, (comma)
x
J
‘ (apostrophe)
x
H
~ (tilde)
x
B
\
x
S
|
x
A
“
x
G
!
x
Q
@
x
W
#
x
E
$
x
R
%
x
T
^
x
Y
&
x
U
(
x
O
)
x
P
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TN3270 Terminal Emulator Keypad
Figure 47 IBM 3270 Specific Keypad
This keypad is designed to allow the user to enter terminal emulator commands when running
LXE’s TN3270 Terminal Emulation (TE) programs. When running these programs please refer to
the following terminal emulation reference guides for equivalent keys and keypress sequences:
•
TN3270 Terminal Reference Guide
•
RFTerm™ Reference Guide
TN5250 Terminal Emulator Keypad
Figure 48 IBM 5250 Specific Keypad
This keypad is designed to allow the user to enter terminal emulator commands when running
LXE’s TN5250 Terminal Emulation (TE) programs. When running these programs please refer to
the following terminal emulation reference guides for equivalent keys and keypress sequences:
•
TN5250 Terminal Reference Guide
•
RFTerm™ Reference Guide
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Appendix B Regulatory Notices and Safety Information
FCC Information:
This device complies with FCC Rules, part 15. Operation is subject to the following conditions:
1.
This device may not cause harmful interference
and
2.
This device must accept any interference that may be received, including interference that may cause
undesired operation.
Note: This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class A digital device, pursuant
to part 15 of the FCC rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful
interference when the equipment is operated in a commercial environment. This equipment generates, uses, and
can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instruction manual, may
cause harmful interference to radio communications. Operation of this equipment in a residential area is likely to
cause harmful interference in which case the user will be required to correct the interference at his own expense.
Warning: Changes or modifications to this device not expressly approved by LXE, Inc., could void the user’s
authority to operate this equipment.
EMC Directive Requirements:
This is a Class A product. In a domestic environment this product may cause radio interference in which case the
user may be required to take adequate measures.
Industry Canada:
This Class A digital apparatus meets all requirements of the Canadian Interference Causing Equipment
Regulations. 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.
Cet appareil numérique de la classe A respecte toutes les exigences du Règlement sur le matériel brouiller du
Canada. Le present appareil numérique n’emet pas de bruits radioélectriques dépassant les limites applicables aux
appareils numeriques de le Classe A préscrites dans le Reglement sur le brouillage radioélectrique édits par le
ministere des Communications du Canada.
Notice:
The long term characteristics or the possible physiological effects of radio frequency electromagnetic fields have
not been investigated by UL.
RF Safety Notice:
Caution:
This device is intended to transmit RF energy. For protection against RF exposure to humans and in
accordance with FCC rules and Industry Canada rules, this transmitter should be installed such that
a minimum separation distance of at least 20 cm (7.8 in.) is maintained between the antenna and the
general population. This device is not to be co-located with other transmitters.
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Regulatory Notices
R&TTE Directive Requirements (Applies only to Equipment operated within the EU/EFTA)
Information to User
A label on the exterior of the device should resemble one of the labels shown below (the label contains
the LXE part number of the installed radio card). The labels shown below and affixed to the device,
identify where the device may be used and where its use is restricted. Use of a device is prohibited in
countries not listed below or otherwise identified by the label. (May or may not include the 0560 Notified
Body No.)
Permitted for use in: Austria, Belgium, Denmark, Finland,
Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Italy, Ireland, Liechtenstein,
Luxembourg, Netherlands, Norway, Portugal, Spain, Sweden,
Switzerland, and the United Kingdom
Permitted for use in France.
Important: This symbol is placed on the product to remind users to dispose of Waste Electrical
and Electronic Equipment (WEEE) appropriately, per Directive 2002-96-EC. In most areas, this
product can be recycled, reclaimed and re-used when properly discarded. Do not discard labeled
units with trash. For information about proper disposal, contact LXE through your local sales
representative, or visit www.lxe.com.
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Approvals
Product
VX4
EMI / EMC Standards
EMI / EMC Standards:
FCC Part 15 Subpart B, Class A
EN 55022 : 1998 Class A
EN 55024 : 1998
Safety Standards
EN 60950:2000 3rd Ed.
UL 60950:2000 3rd Ed.
CSA C22.2 No. 60950
IEC60950:1999 3rd Ed.
Transceiver
RF Standards
Notes
480824-3300 (LXE Part No.)
FCC Part 15, Subpart C
FCC Part 2
ETS 300 328
ETS 300 826
Unlicensed Operation
IC-RSS 210
IC-RSS 102
Requires License for Outdoor Use
FCC Part 15, Subpart C
FCC Part 2
ETS 300 328
ETS 300 826
Unlicensed Operation
IC-RSS 139
IC-RSS 102
Requires License for Outdoor Use
FCC Part 15, Subpart C
IC-RSS 210
Unlicensed Operation
Unlicensed Operation
FCC Part 15, Subpart C
FCC Part 2
EN 300 328
EN 300 826
Unlicensed Operation
IC-RSS 139
IC-RSS 102
Requires License for Outdoor Use
FCC Part 15, Subpart C
FCC Part 2
EN 300 328
EN 300 826
Unlicensed Operation
IC-RSS 139
IC-RSS 102
Requires License for Outdoor Use
LXE 6400 System 2.4GHz Type II
PCMCIA Card
480628-4096 (LXE Part No.)
LXE 6500 System 2.4GHz Type II
PCMCIA Card
4810P3S01 (LXE Part No.)
LXE 6200 System 900MHz Type III
PCMCIA Card
6526 (LXE Model No.)
6726 (LXE Model No.)
LXE 6500/6700 System 2.4GHz Type II
PCMCIA Card
6816 (LXE Model No.)
LXE 2.4GHz Type II PCMCIA Card
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Unlicensed Operation
Unlicensed Operation
Unlicensed Operation
Unlicensed Operation
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Regulatory Notices
LXE Transceiver 480628-4096 Declaration of Conformity
DECLARATION OF CONFORMITY
according to Directives:
1999/5/EC
Radio Equipment and Telecommunications Terminal Equipment and the
mutual recognition of their conformity
93/68/EEC
CE Marking Directive
Type of Equipment:
Brand Name or Trademark:
Type Designation:
Manufacturer:
Address:
Year of Manufacturer:
Direct Sequence 2.4 GHz Wireless LAN Card
LXE
480628-4096
LXE Inc.
125 Technology Parkway
Norcross, GA 30092-2993 USA
2000
The following harmonized European Standards, technical specifications, or other normative
documents have been applied:
EMI / EMC Standards:
EN 55022 : 1995
Limits and methods of measurement of radio disturbance characteristics
of information technology equipment
EN 300 826 : 1997
Electromagnetic compatibility - Generic immunity standard, Part 1:
Residential, commercial and light industrial
EN 61000-4-2 : 1995
Electrostatic discharge immunity test
EN 61000-4-3 : 1997
Radiated radio frequency electromagnetic field immunity test
EN 61000-4-6 : 1996
Radio Frequency Standards:
EN 300 328 : 2000
RF conducted immunity test
Radio Equipment and Systems (RES);
Wideband transmission systems;
Technical characteristics and test conditions for data transmission
equipment operating in the 2,4 GHz ISM band and using spread spectrum
modulation techniques
Safety Standards:
IEC 950-2: 1991
+ Amendments
A1..A4
Safety of information technology equipment, including electrical business
equipment
We, LXE Inc., declare that the equipment specified above complies with all Essential Health
and Safety Requirements of the above Directives and Standards, as amended.
Place:
LXE Inc., Norcross GA USA
Date of issue:
1 March, 2000
Signed:
R. Sam Wismer,
RF Approvals Engineer
LXE Inc. 125 Technology Parkway Norcross, GA 30092-2993 USA
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LXE Transceiver 480824-3300 Declaration of Conformity
DECLARATION OF CONFORMITY
according to Directives:
1999/5/EC
93/68/EEC
Type of Equipment:
Brand Name or Trademark:
Type Designation:
Manufacturer:
Address:
Year of Manufacturer:
Radio Equipment and Telecommunications Terminal Equipment and the
mutual recognition of their conformity
CE Marking Directive
Frequency Hopping 2.4 GHz Wireless LAN Card
LXE
480824-3300
LXE Inc.
125 Technology Parkway
Norcross, GA 30092-2993 USA
2000
The following harmonized European Standards, technical specifications, or other normative
documents have been applied:
EMI / EMC Standards:
EN 55022 : 1995
Limits and methods of measurement of radio disturbance characteristics
of information technology equipment
ETS 300 826 : 1997
Electromagnetic compatibility - Generic immunity standard, Part 1:
Residential, commercial and light industrial
EN 61000-4-2 : 1995
Electrostatic discharge immunity test
EN 61000-4-3 : 1997
Radiated radio frequency electromagnetic field immunity test
EN 61000-4-6 : 1996
Radio Frequency Standards:
ETS 300 328 : 1996
RF conducted immunity test
Radio Equipment and Systems (RES);
Wideband transmission systems;
Technical characteristics and test conditions for data transmission
equipment operating in the 2,4 GHz ISM band and using spread spectrum
modulation techniques
Safety Standards:
IEC 950-2: 1991
+ Amendments
A1..A4
Safety of information technology equipment, including electrical business
equipment
We, LXE Inc., declare that the equipment specified above complies with all Essential Health
and Safety Requirements of the above Directives and Standards, as amended.
Place:
LXE Inc., Norcross GA USA
Signed:
R. Sam Wismer,
Lead Approvals Engineer
LXE Inc. 125 Technology Parkway Norcross, GA 30092-2993 USA
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LXE Transceiver LXE 6526 Declaration of Conformity
DECLARATION OF CONFORMITY
according to Directives:
1999/5/EC
Radio Equipment and Telecommunications Terminal Equipment and the
mutual recognition of their conformity
93/68/EEC
CE Marking Directive
Type of Equipment:
Brand Name or Trademark:
Type Designation:
Manufacturer:
Address:
Year of Manufacturer:
Direct Sequence 2.4 GHz Wireless LAN Card
LXE
LXE 6526
LXE Inc.
125 Technology Parkway
Norcross, GA 30092-2993 USA
2001
The following harmonized European Standards, technical specifications, or other normative
documents have been applied:
EMI / EMC Standards:
EN 55022 : 1995
Limits and methods of measurement of radio disturbance characteristics
of information technology equipment
EN 300 826 : 1997
Electromagnetic compatibility - Generic immunity standard, Part 1:
Residential, commercial and light industrial
EN 61000-4-2 : 1995
Electrostatic discharge immunity test
EN 61000-4-3 : 1997
Radiated radio frequency electromagnetic field immunity test
EN 61000-4-6 : 1996
Radio Frequency Standards:
EN 300 328 : 1996
RF conducted immunity test
Radio Equipment and Systems (RES);
Wideband transmission systems;
Technical characteristics and test conditions for data transmission
equipment operating in the 2,4 GHz ISM band and using spread spectrum
modulation techniques
Safety Standards:
EN 60950-2: 1991
+ Amendments
A1..A4
Safety of information technology equipment, including electrical business
equipment
We, LXE Inc., declare that the equipment specified above complies with all Essential Health
and Safety Requirements of the above Directives and Standards, as amended.
Place:
LXE Inc., Norcross GA USA
Date of issue:
30 March, 2001
Signed:
R. Sam Wismer,
RF Approvals Engineer
LXE Inc. 125 Technology Parkway Norcross, GA 30092-2993 USA
ph. 770/447-4224 fax 770/447-6928
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LXE Transceiver LXE 6726 Declaration of Conformity
DECLARATION OF CONFORMITY
according to Directives:
1999/5/EC
Radio Equipment and Telecommunications Terminal Equipment
and the mutual recognition of their conformity
93/68/EEC
CE Marking Directive
Type of Equipment:
Brand Name or Trademark:
Type Designation:
Manufacturer:
Address:
Year of Manufacturer:
Direct Sequence 2.4 GHz Wireless LAN Card
LXE
LXE 6726
LXE Inc.
125 Technology Parkway
Norcross, GA 30092-2993 USA
2001
The following harmonized European Standards, technical specifications, or other normative
documents have been applied:
EMC:
EN 301 489-1: 07-2000
Electromagnetic compatibility and Radio spectrum Matters
(ERM); ElectroMagnetic Compatibility (EMC) standard for radio
equipment and services; Part 1: Common technical
requirements
EN 301 489-17 07-2000
Electromagnetic compatibility and Radio spectrum Matters
(ERM); ElectroMagnetic Compatibility (EMC) standard for radio
equipment and services; Part 17: Specific conditions for
Wideband data and HIPERLAN equipment
Radio:
EN 300 328-1 and -2: 2000-7
Radio Equipment and Systems (RES);
Wideband transmission systems;
Technical characteristics and test conditions for data
transmission equipment operating in the 2,4 GHz ISM band
and using spread spectrum modulation techniques
Safety:
EN 60950-2: 1992 + A1..A4
Safety of information technology equipment, including electrical
business equipment
We, LXE Inc., declare that the equipment specified above complies with all Essential Health and
Safety Requirements of the above Directives and Standards, as amended.
Place
LXE Inc., Norcross GA USA
Date of issue
24 June 2004
C. Binnom Jr.
RF Approvals Engineer
LXE Inc. 125 Technology Parkway Norcross, GA 30092-2993 USA
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Annex to DoC for LXE 6726
With regard to the use of external antennas
The LXE 6726 can be equipped with external antennas. The antennas listed have been evaluated with the LXE 6726 pursuant to
ETSI EN 300 328, and therefore meet the definition of ‘dedicated antenna’ per ERC/REC 70-03 Appendix 1 Table 3; thus the
requirement set forth in ERC/REC 70-03 , Annex 3 are met by the LXE model 6726 transceiver.
Dedicated Antennas for use with LXE 6726
LXE P/N
Antenna Gain
Radio Power Level
Antenna Description
153180-0001
155522-0001
155814-0001
157368-0001
157399-0001
99004-0027
DAC2450CT1
(Toko P/N)
0 dBi
0 dBi
0 dBi
0 dBi
0 dBi
0 dBi
2.15 dBi
17 dBm
17 dBm
17 dBm
17 dBm
17 dBm
17 dBm
17 dBm
Omni, for LXE VX-series computers
Omni, for LXE MX1-series computers
Patch, for LXE MX1-series computers
Patch, for LXE MX3-series computers
Omni, for LXE MX5-series computers
3 dB Omni, for LXE model 2325 computer
Omni, for LXE MX2-series computers
153179-0001
153325-0001
480424-0400
153599-0001
153600-0001
480424-3404
155846-0001
0 dBi
0 dBi
0 dBi
3 dBi
3 dBi
3 dBi
3 dBi
17 dBm
17 dBm
17 dBm
17 dBm
17 dBm
17 dBm
17 dBm
Omni, Access Point Antenna
Omni, Access Point Antenna
Omni, Access Point Antenna
Omni, Access Point Antenna
Omni, Access Point Antenna
Omni, Access Point Antenna
Spire® Access Point Antenna
155845-0001
155311-0001
480424-3411
480424-3402
481246-2400
480424-1702
6 dBi
6 dBi
6 dBi
6 dBi
6 dBi
6 dBi
13 dBm
13 dBm
13 dBm
13 dBm
13 dBm
13 dBm
Spire® Access Point Antenna
Patch, Access Point Antenna
Patch, Access Point Antenna
Patch, Access Point Antenna
Patch, Access Point Antenna
180° Directional, Access Point Antenna
480424-0411
480429-2703
480429-0411
9 dBi
12 dBi
12 dBi
7 dBm
7 dBm
7 dBm
Omni, Access Point Antenna
90° Directional, Access Point Antenna
Omni, Access Point Antenna
460601-3020
460602-3020
480429-0415
15 dBi
15 dBi
15 dBi
3 dBm
3 dBm
3 dBm
YAGI, Access Point Antenna
YAGI, Access Point Antenna
Omni, Access Point Antenna
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LXE Transceiver LXE 6816 Declaration of Conformity
DECLARATION OF CONFORMITY
according to:
the R&TTE Directive;
The EMC Directive;
99/5/EEC
89/336/EEC
The Low Voltage Directive;
73/23/EEC
and the Marking Directive;
93/68/EEC
Type of Equipment:
Brand Name or Trademark:
Type Designation:
Manufacturer:
Address:
DSSS 2.4GHz WLAN Radio Card
LXE
6816
LXE Inc.
125 Technology Parkway
Norcross, GA 30092 USA
The following harmonized European Norms have been applied:
EMC Standards:
EN 301 489-1: 07-2000
EN 301 489-17:07-2000
EN 55022: 1998
Electromagnetic compatibility and Radio spectrum Matters (ERM);
ElectroMagnetic Compatibility (EMC) standard for radio
equipment and services; Part 1: Common technical requirements
Electromagnetic compatibility and Radio spectrum Matters (ERM);
ElectroMagnetic Compatibility (EMC) standard for radio
equipment and services; Part 17: Specific conditions for
Wideband data and HIPERLAN equipment
Limits and methods of measurement of radio disturbance
characteristics of information technology equipment
Radio Standards:
EN 300 328-1 and -2: 2000-7
Radio Equipment and Systems (RES);
Wideband transmission systems;
Technical characteristics and test conditions for data transmission
equipment operating in the 2.4 GHz ISM band and using spread
spectrum modulation techniques
Safety Standard:
EN60950-1: 2001
Safety of information technology equipment, including electrical
business equipment
The product carries the CE Mark:
We, LXE Inc., declare that the equipment specified above complies with all Essential Health
and Safety Requirements of the above Directives and Standards, as amended.
Date of issue: June 18, 2003
Cyril A. Binnom Jr.
Regulatory Engineer
LXE Inc. 125 Technology Parkway Norcross, GA 30092-2993 USA
ph. 770/447-4224
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Annex to DoC for LXE 6816
With regard to the use of external antennas
The LXE 6816 can be equipped with external antennas. The antennas listed have been assessed with the LXE 6816 pursuant to EN
300 328, and therefore meet the definition of ‘dedicated antenna’. The table below lists the maximum output power setting for the
radio module in order to result in a total EIRP of 100mW or less. Any combination of output power and a specific type of antenna
resulting in an EIRP greater than 100mW is illegal for use throughout the Community and is outside the scope of this DoC. Antennas
not listed below are also outside the scope of this DoC.
Dedicated Antennas for use with LXE 6816
LXE Antenna
Part Number
LXE Model
Number
Antenna
Gain
Max Radio
Power Level
Antenna
Description
153180-0001
N/A
2.2 dBi
17 dBm
Cushcraft Omni Antenna
155846-0001
6000A279ANT3SPIREL
3 dBi
17 dBm
Spire® Omni Antenna
6 dBi
13 dBm
Spire® Omni Antenna
6000A280ANT3SPIRER
6000A283ANT3INDSPR
155845-0001
6000A277ANT6SPIREL
6000A278ANT6SPIRER
6000A282ANT3INDSPR
480424-0411
N/A
9 dBi
11 dbm
Mobile Mark Omni Antenna
155104-0001
N/A
0 dbi
20 dbm
LXE Omni
154591-0001
N/A
0 dbi
20 dbm
LXE Patch
Toko DAC2450CT1
N/A
0 dbi
20 dbm
LXE Omni
157368-0001
N/A
0 dbi
20 dbm
LXE Omni
158586-0001
N/A
0 dbi
20 dbm
LXE Omni
158399-0001
N/A
0 dbi
20 dbm
LXE Omni
Cyril A. Binnom Jr.
Regulatory Engineer
18 June 2003
LXE Inc. 125 Technology Parkway Norcross, GA 30092-2993 USA
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Lithium Battery Safety Statement
!
Caution:
Lithium battery inside. Danger of explosion if battery is incorrectly replaced. Replace only with same or equivalent
type recommended by battery manufacturer. (US)
Attention:
Contient une pile de lithium. Risque d’explosion dans le cas où la pile ne serait pas correctement remplacée.
Remplacer uniquement avec une pile semblable ou equivalente au type de pile recommandé par le fabricant. (FR)
Forsigtig:
Indeholder lithiumbattterier. Risiko for eksplosion, hvis batteriet udskiftes forkert. Må kun udskiftes med samme
eller tilsvarende type, som anbefalet af fabikanten. (DK)
Varoitus:
Tämä tuote käyttää laservaloa. Skannerissa on jokin seuraavista tarroista. Lue Huomio-kohta. (FI)
Vorsicht:
Enthält Lithium-Batterie. Bei unsachgemäßem Ersatz besteht Explosionsgefahr. Nur durch gleichen oder vom
Hersteller empfohlenen Typ ersetzen. (DE)
Attenzione:
Batteria al litio. Pericolo di esplosione qualora la batteria venga sostituita in maniera scorretta. Sostituire solo con lo
stesso tipo o equivalente consigliato per il fabbricante. (IT)
Atenção:
Contém pilha de lítio. Há perigo de explosão no caso de uma substituição incorreta. Substitua somente pelo mesmo
tipo, ou equivalente, recomendado pelo fabricante. (PT)
Varning:
Innehåller litiumbatteri. Fara för explosion om batteriet är felaktigt placerat eller av fel typ. Använd endast samma
eller motsvarande typ batterier rekommenderade av tillverkaren. (SE)
Advarsel:
Innmontert Lithium batteri. Eksplosjonsfare ved feil montering av batteri. Benytt kun batteri anbefalt av produsent.
(NO)
Cuidado:
Pila de litio adentro. Peligro de explosión si la pila se reemplaza incorrectamente. Reemplace solamente con el
mismo tipo o equivalente recomendado por el fabricante. (ES)
Oppassen:
Bevat Lithium-batterij. Incorrrecte plaatsing van batterij kan leiden tot explosiegevaar. Alleen vervangen door
hetzelfde of door fabrikant aanbevolen gelijkwaardig type. (NL)
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!
!
(KR)
(GR)
(CN)
(JP)
Dikkat:
(TR)
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A/C Power Supply Safety Statement – VX4
Output Rated 12 – 60 VDC, Minimum 3.5 A.
!
The LXE-approved AC Power Adapter is only intended for use in a 25ºC (77ºF) maximum
ambient temperature environment.
Optional A/C Power Supply:
Outside North America, this unit is intended for use with an IEC certified ITE power supply with output rated as stated
at the top of this page. (US)
Alimentation c.a. optionnelle:
Hors de l’Amérique du Nord, cette unité est conçue pour être utilisée avec une alimentation ITE certifiée CEI de sortie nominale
indiquée au haut de cette page. (FR)
Valgfrit vekselstrømforsygning
Udenfor Nord Amerika er denne enhed udstattet med en IEC (international elektronisk Kommission) udfærdiget med en ITE
strømforsygning med strømudgang som fastslået på denne sides begyndelse. (DK)
Vaihtoehtoinen vaihtovirran syöttölaite:
Pohjois-Amerikan ulkopuolella tämä laite on tarkoitettu käytettäväksi sellaisen IEC:n sertifioiman ITE-tehonsyöttölaitteen
kanssa, jonka antoteho on tämän sivun yläosassa esitetyn mukainen. (FI)
Optionales Netzteil (Wechselstrom)
Außerhalb Nordamerikas sollte diese Einheit über ein der IEC-Norm entsprechendes ITE-Netzteil gespeist werden, und zwar mit
einer wie oben auf dieser Seite genannten Ausspeisung. (DE)
Προαιρετική Τροφοδοσία Συνεχούς Ρεύματος
Εκτός Β. Αμερικής, η μονάδα αυτή προορίζεται για χρήση με ένα τροφοδοτικό ITE πιστοποιημένο κατά IEC με ονομαστική
ισχύ όπως δηλώνεται στην αρχή της σελίδας. (GR)
Alimentazione opzionale a corrente alternata:
Al di fuori dei paesi dell’America del nord, l’unità deve essere impiegata con un dispositivo d’alimentazione per attrezzature
informatiche approvato dalla IEC la cui potenza nominale sia pari a quella indicata all’inizio della pagina. (IT)
Vekselstrømforsyning (ekstrautstyr):
Utenfor Nord-Amerika skal dette produktet brukes med en IEC-sertifisert ITE-strømforsyning med klassifisert effekt som angitt
øverst på denne siden. (NO)
Fornecimento opcional de CA:
Fora dos EUA, esta unidade destina-se a ser usada com dispositivos de fornecimento de corrente ITE com certificação IEC, com
a capacidade indicada no topo desta página. (PT)
Suministro optativo de corriente alterna
Fuera de América del Norte, esta unidad se debe utilizar con un alimentador ITE homologado por la IEC (comisión
electrotécnica internacional) con una salida que tenga la calificación que figura en la parte superior de esta página. (ES)
Valfri A/C Strömförsörjning
Utanför Nordamerika är det meningen att denna enheten används med en IEC-certifierad ITE-strömförsörjare med den uteffekt
som anges längst uppe på den här sidan. (SE)
İsteğe Bağlõ A/C Güç Kaynağõ:
Kuzey Amerika dõşõnda, bu ünite, çõkõş sõnõflandõrmasõ bu sayfanõn başõnda belirtilen IEC sertifikalõ bir ITE güç kaynağõ ile
birlikte kullanõlmak üzere tasarlanmõştõr. (TR)
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Vehicle Power Supply Connection Safety Statement
!
Vehicle Power Supply Connection:
If the supply connection is made directly to the battery, a 5A slow-blow fuse should be installed in the positive lead
within 5 inches (12.7 cm.) of the battery positive (+) terminal. (US)
Raccordement de l’alimentation du véhicule
Si l’alimentation est raccordée directement à la batterie, un fusible à action retardée de 5A doit être installé sur le
câble positif à moins de 12,7 cm de la borne positive (+) de la batterie. (FR)
EL forsyning af køretøjet.
Er forsyningsforbindelsen direkte tilknyttet til batteriet og og tilsluttet til den positive part indenfor 12,7 cm (+
delen). vil der være en langsom tændelse af 5 ampere. (DK)
Kytkentä ajoneuvon virtalähteeseen
Jos virtaa otetaan suoraan akusta, 5 ampeerin hidas sulake on asennettava positiiviseen johtoon enintään 12 cm:n
etäisyydelle akun positiivisesta (+) navasta. (FI)
Anschluss an Fahrzeugbatterie
Bei direktem Anschluss an die Fahrzeugbatterie sollte eine träge 5A-Sicherung in die positive Leitung
zwischengeschaltet werden, und zwar nicht weiter als ca. 13 cm von der positiven (+) Batterieklemme entfernt.
(DE)
Σύνδεση Τροφοδοτικού Ισχύος Οχήματος
Αν η σύνδεση του τροφοδοτικού γίνει κατευθείαν στη μπαταρία, μια ασφάλεια βραδείας τήξης των 5A θα πρέπει να
τοποθετηθεί στο θετικό καλώδιο εντός 5 ιντσών (12,7 εκ.) του θετικού (+) ακροδέκτη της μπαταρίας. (GR)
Collegamento dell’alimentazione del veicolo
Se il collegamento dell’alimentazione viene stabilito direttamente con la batteria, è necessario installare un fusibile
ad azione lenta da 5 A nel conduttore positivo a meno di 5 in. (12,7 cm) dal terminale positivo (+) della batteria.
(IT)
Tilkople strømforsyningen til kjøretøyet
Hvis strømforsyningen koples direkte til batteriet, skal det installeres en 5 A treg sikring i den positive ledningen
innen 12,7 cm fra plusspolen (+) på batteriet. (NO)
Ligação do fornecimento de corrente do veículo
Se a ligação de fornecimento de corrente for ligada directamente à bateria, deve instalar-se um fusível de 5A no
terminal positivo, a 12,7 cm. do terminal positivo (+) da bateria. (PT)
Conexión de suministro eléctrico para el vehículo
Si el suministro eléctrico se proporciona directamente a la batería, se debe instalar un fusible de retardo de 5 A en el
conductor positivo, como máximo a 12,7 cm (5 pulgadas) del terminal positivo (+). (ES)
Fordonets strömförsörjningskoppling
Om strömkopplingen görs direkt till batteriet, måste en 5A-säkring installeras i den positivt laddade ledningen inom
12.7 cm från batteriets pluspol (+). (SE)
Taşõt Güç Kaynağõ Bağlantõsõ
Kaynak bağlantõsõ doğrudan aküye yapõlõrsa, pozitif bağlantõ kablosu üzerinde akünün pozitif (+) kutbuna 12.7 cm
mesafede 5A’lõk yavaş atan bir sigorta monte edilmelidir. (TR)
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Index
A
Accessories ..............................................................14
Aim Barcode Scanner..............................................52
Antenna
Connector, Location..............................................5
Remote Vehicle Mount .......................................32
substitution of unauthorized................................32
B
Back Mounting Bracket
and VX4........................................................20, 23
Backlight Control Keys ...........................................12
Backup Battery ........................................................13
Barcode Scanner......................................................33
Barcode scanner data entry......................................51
Battery, Backup, Lithium ........................................13
Beam, Long Range Scanner ....................................52
BIOS Settings, Power On and Factory Default .......46
Bottom Mounting Bracket .......................................22
and the VX4 ........................................................24
Bracket
and VX4..............................................................25
Back Mounting ...................................................17
Bottom Mounting................................................17
Footprint Dimensions..........................................18
How To ...............................................................22
Mounting Positions .............................................18
Tools Required....................................................17
C
Cable Ties..........................................................20, 21
CAPS LOCK Mode LED Indicator.........................10
Caps-Lock Mode .....................................................10
Cleaning
Display ................................................................47
Scan Aperture .....................................................50
Color Codes, Wiring................................................42
COM1/Scanner Connection, Location ......................5
COM2 Connector, Location ......................................5
Component Locations................................................5
Connection
Antenna...............................................................32
COM1 .................................................................33
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COM2 .................................................................35
External Speakers................................................37
Keyboard.............................................................31
Power Cable ........................................................39
USB.....................................................................36
Contrast Up and Down
Not applicable .....................................................12
Control Keys, location.............................................12
Control Panel, Windows............................................6
CPU ...........................................................................1
CTRL+ALT+DEL...................................................46
D
Data entry, How To .................................................51
Defaults
BIOS Settings .....................................................46
Caps Lock ...........................................................10
Windows Power Management ............................46
Display.......................................................................6
Cleaning ..............................................................47
Features...............................................................47
Pixels...............................................................6, 47
Power Management ............................................49
Display Brightness Control Keys ............................12
Display Contrast Control Keys................................12
Document Conventions .............................................2
E
Enter Data, How To.................................................51
Environmental Specifications....................................3
External Speakers ....................................................37
F
Features .....................................................................1
Flash Memory............................................................1
Fuse
Replacement........................................................44
Specification .......................................................44
G
Getting Started...........................................................4
Good Scan LED.......................................................34
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H
Hard disk
Power Management ............................................49
Headphone Jack.......................................................37
Hidden Keys ..............................................................9
How To
AC/DC Power Connection..................................40
Aim the Scan Beam.............................................52
Cable Retention Assembly..................................20
Connect 12-60VDC Vehicle Power....................42
Connect Barcode Scanner ...................................33
Connect External Speakers .................................37
Connect Power Cable..........................................39
Connect Serial Printer .........................................35
Connect USB Adapter.........................................36
Initiate Page Up command..................................11
Install Vehicle Mounting Brackets .....................17
Keyboard data entry............................................51
Toggle 2nd key on and off ..................................11
Toggle Caps-Lock on and off .............................11
Type <!> .............................................................11
I
IEC IP56 ....................................................................3
Input Cable, Max Temp rating ................................42
Install
External Speakers..........................................37, 38
Fuse.....................................................................44
Mounting Brackets, Vehicle ...............................17
Optional Power Supply .......................................40
Power Cable ........................................................39
Printer or PC .......................................................35
Scanner................................................................33
USB Adapter.......................................................36
VMT Keyboard...................................................31
Integrated Keyboard Assembly ...............................28
K
Key functions
Unused ..................................................................9
Key Map
101-Key Chart.....................................................54
ANSI Plus ...........................................................53
LDS Plus .............................................................53
TN3270 keypads .................................................59
TN5250 keypads .................................................59
Key Maps
Hidden Keys .........................................................9
Keyboard
Control Keys .......................................................12
Hidden Key Functions ..........................................9
VX4 User’s Guide
Index
LED Indicators....................................................10
Keyboard Backlight.............................................9, 12
Key Sequence .......................................................7
Keypress Sequence .............................................46
Toggling Manually..............................................46
Windows 2000 ....................................................46
Windows 98, Manual Control.............................46
Keyboard Connector, Location .................................5
Keyboard data entry ................................................51
keyboard shortcuts.....................................................8
L
Laser Aperture .........................................................34
Laser barcode scanner warnings..............................50
LED indicators.........................................................10
LEDs
2nd ......................................................................11
Caps-Lock, CAPS ...............................................10
Secondary Keys ..................................................11
Status...................................................................11
M
Manuals ...................................................................14
Maximum overcurrent protection ............................40
Measurement,Torque...............................................19
Mounting Bracket
and VX4..............................................................25
VMT Remote Keyboard Bracket ........................26
Mounting Dimensions .............................................18
Mounting Positions..................................................18
N
Nine-pin D-shell female connector
and the Scanner ...................................................33
for printer or PC..................................................35
NUM LOCK
and 2nd Functions ..................................................9
Disabled ................................................................9
O
On/Off
condition of CapsLock........................................54
condition of NumLock........................................54
On/Off Switch .........................................................45
Operating Temperature..............................................3
Overcurrent protection.............................................40
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Index
P
PC Card Slots, Location ............................................5
PCMCIA Slots...........................................................6
Pen Stylus ..........................................................47, 51
Polarity ..............................................................42, 43
Power Cable Connection .........................................39
Power Connector, Location .......................................5
Power Management
Defaults...............................................................49
Windows .......................................................46, 49
Power Switch...........................................................45
Power Switch, Location.............................................5
Printer ......................................................................35
Procedure
Mounting Brackets..............................................22
Push Mount..............................................................20
Q
Quick Start Instructions.............................................4
QWERTY layout .......................................................7
R
Rebooting the VX4..................................................46
Remote Mount Antenna...........................................32
Reset ........................................................................46
S
Scan Aperture
Cleaning ..............................................................50
Scanner
Nine-pin D-shell female connector .....................33
Scanner data entry ...................................................51
Scanner Installation .................................................33
Scanning distance ....................................................52
Secondary Mode LED Indicator..............................10
Serial Printer............................................................35
Setup
BIOS vs. Windows .............................................46
Shielded Cable
and the PC or printer ...........................................35
Shielded Cable Requirement ...................................33
Silicon Controller Rectifiers (SCR’s)......................42
Sizing of electrical connectors for use with 18AWG
conductors ...........................................................42
Slot 0 (Left) ...............................................................6
Slot 1 (Right) .............................................................6
Speaker Jack, Location..............................................5
Speaker Volume Control Keys ................................12
Speaker/Beeper, Location..........................................5
Specifications
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Environmental.......................................................3
Standby Mode
Power Management ............................................49
Status LED ..............................................................48
Status LED Indicator ...............................................10
Stylus .................................................................47, 51
Stylus Data Entry.....................................................51
Successful Scan indicators ......................................52
SVGA graphics modes ..............................................6
System Tray icons, Windows ....................................6
T
Terminal Emulator List .............................................1
Thin Film Transistor (TFT) Display..........................6
Tiedowns .................................................................20
Toggle 2nd key on and off ......................................11
Tools Required
Phillips No. 1 Screwdriver..................................17
Torque Wrench ...................................................19
Torque Wrench........................................................17
Touch Screen .....................................................47, 51
Touchscreen
Calibration ..........................................................47
Data Entry ...........................................................51
Finger or Stylus...................................................51
Trigger .....................................................................34
U
Unsuccessful Scan indicators ..................................52
Unused key functions ................................................9
USB Adapter ...........................................................36
USB Connector, Location .........................................5
V
Vehicle Mount Footprint .........................................18
Vehicle Mounting Bracket, Installation Procedure .17
Vehicle Power
12V to 60V DC ...................................................13
External Power Supply .......................................40
View
Display ................................................................47
VMT keyboard ..........................................................7
Volume Control
Windows Icon .....................................................48
VX4 CE .NET Reference Guide................................1
W
Warm Boot ..............................................................46
Warning
Laser light ...........................................................50
VX4 User’s Guide
78
Windows
Closing a Window ..............................................46
Control Panel ........................................................6
Defaults...............................................................46
Help Screens .........................................................6
Power Management ............................................49
VX4 User’s Guide
Index
System Tray icons.................................................6
Windows online Help ................................................6
Wiring Color Codes.................................................42
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