Operating Instructions Electronic Pen Operations

Operating Instructions Electronic Pen Operations
Model No.
TH-65PB1E
Operating Instructions
Electronic Pen Operations
Interactive Plasma Display
English
Please read these instructions before operating your set
and retain them for future reference.
Introduction
Abbreviations
Windows® refers to the Microsoft® Windows® operating system.
Windows® XP refers to the Microsoft® Windows® XP operating system.
Windows Vista® refers to the Microsoft® Windows Vista® operating system.
Windows® 7 refers to the Microsoft® Windows® 7 operating system.
DirectX® refers to the Microsoft® DirectX® application programming interface.
Trademarks
• Microsoft, Windows, Windows Vista, DirectX, Windows Media, and Internet Explorer are either registered
trademarks or trademarks of Microsoft Corporation in the United States and/or other countries.
• IBM is a trademark of International Business Machines Corporation in the United States, other countries, or
both.
• Intel and Pentium are trademarks of Intel Corporation in the U.S. and other countries.
• Adobe, Reader and Flash are either registered trademarks or trademarks of Adobe Systems Incorporated
in the United States and/or other countries.
• All other trademarks identified herein are the property of their respective owners.
Help of the Software
Instructions for elite Panaboard software and elite Panaboard book (included) are provided in the help
information accompanying the software.
For details on accessing this information, see “Viewing the Help of the Software” (see page 15).
System Requirements
Computer
CPU
Operating System
Interface
IBM® PC/AT compatible with a DVD-ROM drive
Intel® Pentium® 4 processor or later
Windows(R) XP SP3 or later / Windows Vista(R) SP2 or later / Windows 7
(except for Starter and Home Basic versions)
(Windows XP 64-bit edition is not supported.)
USB 2.0
Note
• For details about the system requirements, refer to “Read Me First” (see page 12) in the install menu of
the included DVD-ROM.
• Even when the system requirements are met, the Interactive Plasma Display response may be delayed
or the electronic pen may malfunction if other applications, anti-virus software, etc. are active.
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Table of Contents
Table of Contents
Safety Precautions....................................................................................4
Requests regarding handling...................................................................6
Accessories Supplied...............................................................................7
Names and Uses of the Parts...................................................................8
Preparation ..............................................................................................10
Operation .................................................................................................13
About software ........................................................................................15
Additional Information............................................................................16
Specifications ..........................................................................................18
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Safety Precautions
For Your Safety
WARNING
Operating Safeguards
Electronic Pen
Do not alter the unit or modify any parts. Alteration or
modification can cause fire or electric shock.
Do not use near medical equipment.
(Do not bring into a surgery room, intensive care unit,
critical care unit, etc.)
Electromagnetic waves generated by this device can
affect equipment, and can cause equipment to
malfunction.
Choking Hazard
Keep the penpoint, electronic pen adapter and battery
out of reach of children to prevent swallowing.
Battery
Use only the specified type of battery. Using the
incorrect type of battery can result in overheating/
burning or leakage of battery acid.
Make sure that the battery is installed with the correct
polarity as indicated on the battery holder. Incorrectly
installed batteries may burst or leak, resulting in
injuries.
Do not use the damaged batteries. Using damaged
batteries may result in leaking.
Do not short, heat, break or throw in a fire, as it may
result in the battery leaking, generating heat, or
bursting.
When disposing of the battery, cover the battery
contacts with insulation (ex. tape). Direct contact with
other batteries may result in leaking, fire, or explosion.
Do not solder the battery, as it may result in the battery
leaking, generating heat, or bursting.
Remove empty batteries immediately to avoid battery
fluid leakage.
Avoid contact of battery fluid with eyes, skin or
clothing, as this may result in irritation or injury. In
these cases, do not rub the affected area, and rinse
thoroughly with clean water.
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Do not use near automatic doors, smoke detectors
and other automatically controlled equipment.
Electromagnetic waves generated by this device can
affect equipment, and can cause equipment to
malfunction.
Use at least 22 cm away from pacemakers.
Electromagnetic waves generated by this device can
affect the operation of pacemakers.
CAUTION
When the unit is not used over an extended period of
time, take the batteries out of the unit. Otherwise, the
batteries may leak. Do not use the leaked batteries.
Precautions
Other Information
Any changes or modifications not expressly approved
by the party responsible for compliance could void the
user’s authority to operate this device.
Usage Note
About Using the Battery
If a battery is used improperly, the battery may leak,
causing corrosion of the unit, or it may burst. To
prevent this, always follow the precaution given below.
• If the electronic pen ceases to function because the
battery has run out, remove it immediately and
dispose of it according to local regulations. Leaving a
drained battery in the electronic pen may result in
leakage.
Operating the electronic pen and the electronic
pen adapter near electrical appliances may cause
interference. Move away from the electrical
appliances such as TVs, radios, cordless phone,
or wireless devices.
MEDICAL
Consult the manufacturer of any personal medical
devices, such as pacemakers, to determine if they
are adequately shielded from external RF (radio
frequency) energy. (The unit operates in the
frequency range of 2.405 GHz to 2.480 GHz, and
the power output level is 1 milliwatts.) Do not use
the unit in health care facilities if any regulations
posted in the area instruct you not to do so.
Hospitals or health care facilities may be using
equipment that could be sensitive to external RF
(radio frequency) energy.
No responsibility will be taken by our company
with respect to consequences resulting from the
use, damage or both of the equipment.
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Requests regarding handling
• Do not push down hard on the Pen tip.
• If there is surface contamination of the electronic pen, wipe it off with a soft cloth.
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For heavy contamination, wipe it off with a soft cloth dampened with a mild soap solution after squeezing water
out of the cloth, and then dry the surface with a soft, dry cloth. Ingress of water droplets may cause a failure.
Do not drop the electronic pen because it may get broken or malfunction.
Do not use the pen tip if foreign material is adhering to it or if it is deformed or damaged.
Doing so may dirty or scratch the screen.
Do not store the electronic pen with its pen tip pressed. If it is stored in an ordinary pen stand, the pen
tip will be kept pressed and that may weaken the internal spring or damage the pen tip.
Because it is protruding, be careful not to bump or catch any object on the pen tip of the electronic
pen. Also if this part is covered, the electronic pen will not function correctly.
Do not use the electronic pen for other purposes than operating the Interactive Plasma Display.
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Accessories Supplied
Usage
Check that all of the following items are included with your Interactive Plasma Display.
In the event that an item is missing, please contact your dealer.
List of Accessories (Electronic Pen set)
Recharger Cable (2m)
2
Electronic Pen Adapter
1
Rechargeable AAA Ni-MH
Battery*
2
Pen Holder
2
N5EDZ0000006
Electronic Pen
N2FZ00000008
2
Pen Tip (Replacement)
2
TKKL5543
Note
• Store the extra pen tip along with this operating instructions.
• To purchase separately sold items, contact your dealer.
* The supplied rechargeable battery is only for this electronic pen. When replacing the rechargeable battery,
replace it with a commercially available rechargeable AAA Ni-MH battery. (HHR-4MVE)
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Names and Uses of the Parts
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
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
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
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Light receiving window
Pen tip
In the electronic pen mode, you can draw by touching the screen with it.
In the mouse mode, touching with it functions as a “left button of mouse”.
Touching and holding with it in the mouse mode functions as a “right-click of mouse”.
Pen tip cover
Menu button
Press and hold this button and touch the screen to display the drawing menu.
Battery cover
Power switch
Turns the power of the electronic pen on/off.
Slide it to the recharger port side to turn “on” and to the pen tip side to turn “off”.
Mouse/pen switching button
Switches the mode (mouse mode or electronic pen mode) of the electronic pen.
Mouse mode: Select to work on the select function menu or elite Panaboard book.
Electronic pen mode: Select to draw or erase drawn data.
Function button
Select the function (color or eraser) of the electronic pen.
Strap loop
Use it for attaching a strap.
Recharger port
Connect the included recharger cable when charging.
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Power indicator
Lights green when the power of the electronic pen is “on”.
Blinks green when the battery of the electronic pen is low.
Lights red during charging and turns off when charging is completed.
Blinks red when no rechargeable battery is in during charging or when an incompatible battery is used.
Power indicator
Operation state
Off
Power “off”
Lighting green
Power “on”
Blinking green
Low battery
Lighting red
Charging
Blinking red
Charging error
Function indicator
Indicates the selected function of the electronic pen.
Off/Red/Blue/Yellow
Draws in the selected color using a marker.
• When the indicator is off, the pen becomes a black
marker pen.
• When yellow is selected, the pen becomes a
highlighter.
• Line thickness of the marker/highlighter can be
selected in the drawing menu.
White
Erases drawn data.
• Size of the eraser can be selected in the drawing
menu.
White (Blinking)
Mouse mode
Blinking red and green
alternately
Electronic pen registration mode (see page 13)
Electronic pen is not registered.
Notice
• Check that the power indicator is green when using the electronic pen.
• Contact the pen tip to the screen when using the electronic pen.
• Using the electronic pen with the wireless module (ET-WM200E) connected may result in malfunction
of the electronic pen due to radio wave interference as an example. In that case, set “Wireless Lan” to
“Off” before using the electronic pen. (See Network Operations of the operating instructions)
Notes
• You can use up to three electronic pens at the same time.
• If a certain time (approx. 5 seconds) has passed without operation, the electronic pen enters the sleep
state to save power consumption.
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Preparation
Inserting (Replacing) Batteries
1. Unlock the battery cover (),
and open the cover ().
• When replacing the cover, follow the procedure in
reverse.
2. Insert (replace) the battery, and then
reattach the cover and lock it.
• Make sure to use a rechargeable AAA Ni-MH
battery or a AAA alkaline battery (LR03), and
ensure that and face the correct directions.
• Dispose of expired batteries quickly, by covering
the terminals in tape and following the disposal
regulations in your country/area.
To remove the battery, pressing on the side,
hold the battery down towards the side ()
and take it out ().
• When replacing the rechargeable battery, replace it with a commercially available rechargeable AAA
Ni-MH battery. (HHR-4MVE)
Note
• If, after purchase, you insert the battery and turn on the electronic pen without registering it to the
electronic pen adapter, the function indicator blinks green and red alternately. After turning the power
off, put the electronic pen on charge or make other preparations. Then, follow the procedure shown on
page 13 to set up, connect or register the electronic pen.
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Charging
After purchase, charge the electronic pen before use.
• Charging is not necessary for an AAA alkaline battery.
Connect the recharger port of the electronic pen to the USB port of the computer with the included
recharger cable.
• The power indicator lights red and charging starts. (It turns off when charging is completed.)
COMPUTER
Connect to the USB port
Recharger cable
Guide of charging time and duration time
Charging time Duration time
Approx. 4 h*1 Approx. 4 h*2
*1 The time to fully charge the empty battery.
*2 The battery duration time may become shorter depending on the condition of use.
Notice
• If using a rechargeable battery, make sure to use the included or a commercially available rechargeable
AAA Ni-MH battery. (HHR-4MVE)
• Do not connect the recharger cable to the Wireless Module connection terminal of the Interactive
Plasma Display.
• Alkaline batteries cannot be recharged.
• When you store the electronic pen, avoid full charge and turn the power off.
Note
• You can not use the electronic pen while charging.
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Installing the Software
To install the elite Panaboard driver/software/book,
follow the procedure below.
Notice
• Do not connect the electronic pen adapter until
the installation is completed.
1. Turn on your computer and start the Windows
operating system.
• Log into an account with Administrator
privileges.
2. Insert the included DVD-ROM into the
DVD-ROM drive.
• The setup screen will be displayed.
• If the setup screen does not appear, select your
DVD-ROM drive in Explorer and double-click
[Menu.exe].
• In Windows Vista or Windows 7, if the Autoplay
dialog box is displayed, click [Run Menu.exe].
3. When the “elite Panaboard” screen is
displayed, click the type of device you are
using.
4. When the “Menu” screen is displayed, click
[Read Me First].
Interactive Plasma Display Ver x.xx
• After the system requirements are displayed,
make sure that your computer meets the
requirements.
5. Click [Install elite Panaboard] on the “Menu”
screen.
6. If you agree to the terms of the “END-USER
LICENSE AGREEMENT”, follow the on-screen
instructions and accept the “END-USER
LICENSE AGREEMENT” to continue with the
installation.
• In Windows Vista, if the “User Account Control”
window is displayed, click [Continue] to continue
with the installation.
• In Windows 7, if the “User Account Control”
window is displayed, click [Yes] to continue with
the installation.
7. When the “Select Features” screen is
displayed, select the required function or
deselect a function that you do not want and
then click [Next].
• Click the corresponding check box to select or
deselect a function.
• You cannot deselect a function that is shown with
a gray check box because it is a mandatory
function.
• When you deselect a function that is already
installed, this function will be deleted
(uninstalled).
8. When the installation wizard is displayed,
follow the on-screen instructions and continue
with the installation.
9. When installation has finished, click [Finish].
• Restart your computer if you are prompted to do
so.
• The group [elite Panaboard] will be created in
the [Panasonic] group in the program menu.
• The following items will appear in the [elite
Panaboard] group (A function that you
deselected on the “Select Features” screen in
step 7 will not be displayed.):
– elite Panaboard software
– elite Panaboard book
– Pairing Tool
– Software Help
– Download the latest version
Note
• To view the Operating Instructions, you must
have Adobe® Reader® installed on your
computer. If your computer is connected to
the Internet, you can download Adobe
Reader from Adobe’s web site.
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Operation
After finishing preparation of the electronic pen and installation of the software, make settings and
connections according to the following procedure.
1. Connect a computer to the Interactive Plasma Display
For connection of a computer and the Interactive Plasma Display, see Display Operations of the operating
instructions.
Before using the electronic pen, make the settings below on the Interactive Plasma Display. For how to
make the settings, see Display Operations of the operating instructions.
• Adjust “Pos./Size” so that the screen of the computer can be correctly displayed on the screen of the
Interactive Plasma Display.
• Set “Touch-Pen Mode” in the “Setup” menu of Interactive Plasma Display.
2. Connect the electronic pen adapter
Connect the included electronic pen adapter to the USB port of computer.
COMPUTER
Connect to the USB port
Connect to the Interactive
Plasma Display
• Connecting the electronic pen adapter starts up the elite Panaboard software automatically.
• If the elite Panaboard software does not start automatically, disconnect and reconnect the electronic pen
adapter.
Notice
• Do not connect the electronic pen adapter to the computer if the elite Panaboard driver/software/book
has not been installed yet.
Install the software referring to the procedure of “Installing the Software” before connecting the
electronic pen adapter. (see page 12)
3. Register the electronic pen
To use the electronic pen, you need to register it to the electronic pen adapter.
1. While pressing and holding the function button and Mouse/pen switching button together (),
slide the power switch to “on” ().
• The function indicator blinks green and red alternately. The power indicator stays off.
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2. Bring the electronic pen to within 2 m from the electronic pen adapter (remove any obstacle
between them)
• Registration will be completed in a second. When registration is completed, the function indicator lights green
for about one second and the power indicator (which was off) lights green.
• If a registration error has occurred, the function indicator lights red for about one second. Turn off the
electronic pen and perform registration again.
Notes
• See “Registering the Electronic Pen” and “Unregistering All Electronic Pens” in “Software Help” for
instructions on unregistering the electronic pen or registering and unregistering the second and
subsequent electronic pens. For details on accessing the help information, see “Viewing the Help of the
Software” (see page 15).
• If you turn on the electronic pen before registering it to the electronic pen adapter, the function indicator
blinks green and red alternately. Turn the power off and register the electronic pen.
4. Starting the elite Panaboard software
Connecting the electronic pen adapter starts up the elite Panaboard software automatically.
The
icon is displayed in the notification area, and you can use the elite Panaboard software.
• To display the Select Function Menu, click the
Menu Start Tab (left side:
the screen.
/ right side:
) on
• To display the Drawing Menu, touch the screen
while holding the menu button on the electronic
pen.
Example of the Drawing Menu
Example of the Select Function Menu
Notes
• You can also start up elite Panaboard software in either of the following procedures.
a. From the Start menu of Windows, point to [All Programs] → [Panasonic] → [elite Panaboard] and click
[elite Panaboard software].
b. Click the desktop icon of
to start up.
• When the elite Panaboard software is not installed, the
icon is not displayed in the notification area. The
Menu Start Tab and Drawing Menu of the electronic pen are not displayed on the screen.
• For detailed information about using the elite Panaboard software, refer to the help menu. For details on
accessing the help information, see “Viewing the Help of the Software” (see page 15).
Exiting the elite Panaboard software
Click on the
icon in the notification area, and select [Exit] from the menu.
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About software
Viewing the Help of the Software
Download the Latest Software
Follow the procedure below to view the help of the
software installed on your computer.
Follow the procedure below to download the latest
version of the software from the download web site.
1. Turn on your computer and start Windows.
2. Open “Software Help” from the Start menu.
1. Turn on your computer and start Windows.
2. On the Start menu, point to [All Programs] →
([Start] → [All Programs] → [Panasonic] →
[elite Panaboard] → [Interactive Plasma
Display] → [Software Help])
• General help information of the installed software
is displayed.
[Panasonic] → [elite Panaboard] → [Interactive
Plasma Display], and click [Download the latest
version].
Note
• To access the help information of elite
Panaboard software and Electronic Pen,
click the
icon in the notification area and
select [Help] from the pop-up menu.
• To access elite Panaboard book help
information, select [Help...] from the elite
Panaboard book [Help] menu.
• We recommend that you view the help using
Internet Explorer® 6.0 or later for Windows.
Uninstalling the Software
If it is necessary to uninstall the elite Panaboard driver/
software/book, follow the procedure below.
1. Turn on your computer and start Windows.
• Log into an account with Administrator
privileges.
2. Select [Add or Remove Programs] from the
Control Panel.
• In Windows Vista or Windows 7, select [Uninstall
a program].
3. Select Panasonic elite Panaboard, then remove
it.
4. Follow the on-screen instructions.
5. When uninstallation is complete, restart your
computer.
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Additional Information
Replacing the pen tip of the Electronic Pen
As the pen tip of the electronic pen becomes worn, the pen tip will no longer slide easily across the screen.
Continuing to use the electronic pen in this condition may make the screen dirty and cause malfunction.
Replace the pen tip with a new one as soon as possible.
1. Remove the pen tip cover.
2. Remove the old pen tip and attach the new one.
• Attach the pen tip in such a way that the
projection of the pen tip is aligned with the
cutout of the pen body.
• Be careful not to lose the spring when
replacing the pen tip.
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• Turn off the electronic pen before replacing the pen tip.
Attaching the pen holder
To store the electronic pen, attach the included pen holder to the Interactive Plasma Display.
1. From the eight positions below, select the position to attach the pen holder and remove the screws.
2. Attach the pen holder to the position where you removed the screws.
• Fix the pen holder with the screws you removed.
Notice
• Attach two pen holders one on each side. If two pen holders are attached to the same side, one on top
of the other, the lower pen holder cannot hold the pen.
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Troubleshooting
When experiencing problems, please refer to the table below for possible solutions. If the problem persists,
contact your dealer.
Symptom
Possible cause and solution
See page
The power indicator
blinks red
No rechargeable battery is in during charging or a battery
incompatible with this electronic pen is charged
→ Use a rechargeable AAA Ni-MH battery.
9, 10
The power indicator
blinks green
The rechargeable AAA Ni-MH battery or alkaline battery is low.
→ Charge the rechargeable AAA Ni-MH battery or replace the
alkaline battery with a new one.
9, 10
The function indicator
blinks red and green
alternately
The electronic pen is not registered to the electronic pen adapter.
→ Register the electronic pen to the electronic pen adapter.
9, 13
• Check that your computer satisfies the system requirements of
Drawing response is
slow
the electronic pen.
• Other applications or anti-virus software are active.
2
→ Shut down the other applications and anti-virus software.
• Check that the electronic pen adapter is correctly connected.
• Check that the electronic pen is correctly registered to the
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electronic pen adapter.
• Other applications or anti-virus software are active.
The electronic pen loses
the functions.
(Buttons are
unresponsive.)
(Lines written with the
electronic pen are broken
or colors change.)
→ Shut down the other applications and anti-virus software.
• The rechargeable AAA Ni-MH battery or alkaline battery is low.
→ Charge the rechargeable AAA Ni-MH battery or replace the
alkaline battery with a new one.
• The electronic pen is used with the wireless module (ETWM200E) connected.
→ Using the electronic pen with the wireless module (ETWM200E) connected may result in malfunction of the
electronic pen due to radio wave interference as an example.
In that case, set “Wireless Lan” to “Off” before using the
electronic pen.
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Operations
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operating
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Specifications
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Type
Electronic pen
Transmission system
2.4 GHz radio transmission
Power source
Rechargeable AAA Ni-MH battery × 1 or AAA alkaline battery (LR03) × 1
External dimensions (L × H)
198.5 mm × 22.1 mm
Weight
Approx. 40 g (including the included rechargeable battery)
Operation time
Approx. 4 h (Rechargeable AAA Ni-MH battery)
Approx. 4 h (AAA alkaline battery)
Charging time
Approx. 4 h (Rechargeable AAA Ni-MH battery)
Interactive Plasma Display
Declaration of Conformity (DoC)
“Hereby, Panasonic Corporation declares that this display is in compliance with the essential requirements and other
relevant provisions of the Directive 1999/5/EC, Directive 2004/108/EC, Directive 2006/95/EC and Council
recommendation 1999/519/EC.”
If you want to get a copy of the original DoC of this display, please visit the following website:
http://www.doc.panasonic.de
Authorized Representative:
Panasonic Testing Centre
Panasonic Marketing Europe GmbH
Winsbergring 15, 22525 Hamburg, Germany
Web Site : http://panasonic.net
¤ Panasonic Corporation 2012
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