User’s Manual
TM50-5B-VRU
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and
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operation.
NOTE: THE MANUFACTURER IS NOT
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INTERFERENCE CAUSED BY UNAUTHORIZED
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CE Notice
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WEEE Notice
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European Union (EU) and Norway.
This appliance is labeled in accordance with
European Directive 2002/96/EC concerning waste
electrical and electronic equipment (WEEE). The
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life per this Directive.
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Contents
Copyrights .................................................................................................i
Liability Disclaimer ...................................................................................i
Regulatory Information.............................................................................i
FCC Notices.......................................................................................................... i
CE Notice .............................................................................................................. i
WEEE Notice........................................................................................................ ii
Contents...................................................................................................iii
1. Unpacking the Box...............................................................................4
2. Hardware Setup....................................................................................5
2.1. Quick Tour............................................................................................... 5
Front View...................................................................................................... 5
Rear View ...................................................................................................... 5
Back Panel I/O ............................................................................................... 6
3. Peripherals Installation........................................................................7
3.1. Power cord.................................................................................................... 7
Power Adapter ............................................................................................... 7
VGA Cable ..................................................................................................... 7
COM Cable (Optional for Touch Screen Function) ......................................... 7
USB Cable (Optional for Touch Screen Function) .......................................... 8
Audio Cable ................................................................................................... 8
3.2. Adjust View Angle (without customer display).......................................... 8
3.3. Customer Display......................................................................................... 9
3.4. MSR ..............................................................................................................11
4. Touch Screen Driver and Utility Installation ....................................13
4.1. Before the installation................................................................................ 13
4.2. Touch Panel Driver Installation ................................................................. 13
5. TouchKit Utility Quick Guide.............................................................17
5.1. Launch TouchKit Utility ............................................................................. 17
5.2. General........................................................................................................ 18
5.3. Settings ....................................................................................................... 19
5.4. Display ........................................................................................................ 22
5.5. Edge Compensation .................................................................................. 24
5.6. How to Use Event Selector........................................................................ 27
6. Specification.......................................................................................28
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1.
1. Unpacking the Box
Verify that the box contains the following items.
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Device X 1
Driver and utility CD X 1
Power Cord X 1
Power Adaptor X 1
Audio Cable
COM cable
USB Cable
VGA Cable
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2. Hardware Setup
2.1. Quick Tour
Front View
LED Indicator
The Power indicator will glow green when power is on.
No function
No function
Rear View
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Back Panel I/O
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3.
3. Peripherals Installation
3.1. Power cord
Power Adapter
Connect the output jack of the adapter to the DC 12V jack on the back panel of
the device.
VGA Cable
Connect the one connector of the VGA cable to the VGA port on the back
panel of the TM 550, another connector to your POS device.
COM Cable (Optional for Touch Screen Function)
Connect the one connector of the COM cable to the COM port on the back
panel of the TM 550, another connector to the COM port of your POS device.
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USB Cable (Optional for Touch Screen Function)
Connect the one connector of the USB cable to the USB port on the back
panel of the TM 550, another connector to the USB port of your POS device.
Note: The COM cable and the USB cable could be connected to the POS
device simultaneously without any damage to the TM50-5B-VRU and your
POS device, but only the USB touch screen control board will be enabled.
Audio Cable
Connect the one connector of the audio cable to the audio-in jack on the
back panel of the TM 550, another connector to the audio jack of your POS
device.
3.2. Adjust View Angle (without customer display)
Adjust the device to the proper view angle.
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3.3. Customer Display
1. Loosen the four screws fixing the rubber pads and remove the base chassis.
2. Loosen the two screws as shown below.
3. Remove the plastic cover from the base.
4. Install the VFD base to the device in the correct orientation as shown.
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5. Tighten the two screws to fix the VFD base.
6. Assemble all other pars of the customer display as shown below.
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7. Finished.
3.4. MSR
1. Use the slotted socket spanner to remove the MSR cable cover.
2. Connect the cable of the MSR assembly to the device.
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3. Tighten the two screws of the MSR assembly as shown below.
4. Finished.
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4. Touch Screen Driver and Utility Installation
4.1. Before the installation
1. Connect an external USB CDROM to your POS device and insert the
driver CD and turn on the device. The program autoruns and displays the
DRIVER BANK screen.
2. Follow the on-screen instructions.
4.2. Touch Panel Driver Installation
1. Click TM70/WTM60/TM550/TM515 Series.
2. Click Touch Driver.
3. Click Touch Driver For TM550/TM515 Series.
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4. Click Next.
5. Select an item according to your needs, and then click Next.
Click the OK button on the pop-up message.
6. If you want to use Multi-Monitor, check the box and click Next.
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7. Click Next.
8. Click Next.
9. Click Next.
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9 The driver starts to install.
10. Click OK.
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5. TouchKit Utility Quick Guide
5.1. Launch TouchKit Utility
There are two alternatives to launch TouchKit.
Option 1:
Under Microsoft Windows XP, click “start” menu and select “Programs”,
under ”TouchKit” menu, click “Configure Utility”.
Option 2:
Click
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icon on the task bar to launch TouchKit utility.
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5.2. General
The General tab in Touchkit utility shows all of TouchKit touchscreen
controllers installed as below, including RS232, USB and PS2 interfaces.
Add
The function button is used for serial RS232 controllers only. Press this
button to search the TouchKit serial controllers connected with the
COM ports of the device. Whenever it finds a new TouchKit serial
controller, a new serial controller icon object will be shown in the
controller list window automatically.
USB TouchKit device supports plug and play, the icon object for USB
controller will be shown in the controller list window automatically when
the USB controller is connected with the USB port of the device. And,
the icon object for the USB controller will disappear automatically as
soon as the device was removed from the USB port of the device.
TouchKit PS2 driver support PS2 mouse and TouchKit touchscreen
controller. It can works with both PS2 mouse and TouchKit
touchscreen PS2 controller. After the TouchKit PS2 driver was
installed, this utility assumes the PS2 touchscreen controller exists and
is always shown in the controller list window.
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Remove
This function button is used for serial RS232 controllers only. This
button will be grayed and disabled automatically when the selected
controller in the controller list window is not RS232 type. Press to
remove and uninstall the selected serial RS232 controller from the
device. Then, this serial RS232 icon object in controller list window
disappears automatically.
USB TouchKit device supports plug and play, the icon object for USB
controller will be shown in the controller list window automatically when
the USB controller is connected with the USB port of the device. And,
the icon object for the USB controller will disappear automatically as
soon as the device was removed from the system USB port.
TouchKit utility does not allow you to remove/uninstall the PS2 device
driver dynamically. To uninstall the TouchKit PS2 driver, You needs to
go to Windows Device Manager to do un-installation. In addition, after
PS2 un-installation, it needs to reboot the device to complete the
un-installation.
5.3. Settings
There are function buttons and check boxes in the Settings tab.
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Beep
Beep On Touch
Check this check box to enable driver to generate a beep sound when
touch touchscreen state is switched from untouched to touched state.
Beep On Release
Check this check box to enable driver to generate a beep sound when
touchscreen state is switched from touched state to untouched state.
Frequency
Drag the slider to adjust this frequency to control the beep sound
frequency generated by the driver.
Duration
Drag the slider to adjust this duration to control the beep sound
duration.
Linearization Style
TouchKit utility provides you with both 9 points and 25 points
calibration for linearization. You can select the suitable linearization
type.
Double Click Time
Double Click Time is used to set double click time. Change this value
will affects the double click behavior for all of the mouse devices
connected to the device. Two continuous clicks at the same area within
this specified time period will be recognized as a double click event.
Double Click Area
Double click area is used to set the double click area. Change this
value will affects the double click behavior for all of the mouse devices
connected to the device. Two continuous clicks with this specified area
in the specified double click time will be recognized as a double click
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event.
Mouse Emulation Mode
Change the emulation mode by pressing on this button.
Normal Mode
Normal mode behaves mouse button down and mouse move. You can
select this mode to select object, and dragging the object.
Click On Touch
With this Click On Touch mode, the driver emulates a mouse click
event when the touchscreen state was switched from un-touched state
to touched state. Then, the driver always generate mouse move event
and is tracking the touch position until the touchscreen state switched
to un-touch state.
Click On Release
With this Click On Release mode, the driver emulates a mouse click
event when the touchscreen state was switched from touched state to
un-touched state.
Click On Touch without moving cursor
With this mode, the driver behaves similar as Click On Touch mode.
The cursor does not move to the touch position except the first touch
point.
Click On Release without moving cursor
With this mode, the driver behaves similar as Click On Release mode.
The cursor does not move to the touch position except the lift-off point.
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Option
You can set configuration for some advanced functions with this option
button. Press this button, a pop up property sheet window will be
popped up and shown as below.
5.4. Display
TouchKit driver utility supports multiple monitor and display system. To
work with multiple monitor system, you need to do proper configuration
to map the touchscreen working area to the correct system display
area. You can do such configuration with this property page shown as
below,
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Please follow below instructions to do the configuration:
Enable multiple monitor
Check this check box to enable multiple monitor support and uncheck it
to disable multiple monitor support. When this function is disabled, the
touchscreen will be mapped to the primary monitor automatically.
When this function is enabled, user can double click on the monitor
area in the monitor geometry window to assign the monitor area where
the touchscreen will be mapped. In other word, the touchscreen will
work with the selected monitor. Then, the selected monitor area
rectangle line will be changed to be white and the other monitor
rectangles line will be grey.
Map to main monitor when the system has only one monitor
When the multiple monitor function was enabled, and the system has
only one monitor.
Driver allows user to generate the mouse event for the primary monitor
or not when the touchscreen which were not mapped to primary
monitor. Check the check box to enable this function, then, the driver
will generate the mouse event for the primary monitor even through the
touchscreen was configured as other monitor mapping and multiple
monitor function enabled.
Operation Mode
TouchKit driver support split display mode for those applications which
do not map the touchscreen to the full screen of the monitor.
Full screen
The touchscreen will be mapped to the full screen of the specified
monitor.
Right screen
The touchscreen will be mapped to the right half screen of the
specified monitor.
Left screen
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The touchscreen will be mapped to the left half screen of the
specified monitor.
Upper screen
The touchscreen will be mapped to the upper half screen of the
specified monitor.
Lower screen
The touchscreen will be mapped to the lower half screen of the
specified monitor.
Other operation mode
Quarter 1
The touchscreen will be mapped to the first quarter area of the
specified monitor display.
Quarter 2
The touchscreen will be mapped to the 2nd quarter area of the
specified monitor display.
Quarter 3
The touchscreen will be mapped to the 3rd quarter area of the
specified monitor display.
Quarter 4
The touchscreen will be mapped to the 4th quarter area of the
specified monitor display.
Customized
If the touchscreen needs to be mapped the area other than the
above area, user can define the mapping area for application. With
this mode, the driver does not correct the mapping area when the
display resolution changed. It needs to do configuration setting again
whenever the display resolution changed.
5.5. Edge Compensation
Edge Compensation property page contains functions of Edge
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Compensation for Top, Bottom, Left, Right, X Axis and Y Axis.
In some cases, if it is difficult to touch items at the edges of the touch
panel, you can set adjustment to reach the edges of the screen
image.
Top
If you set the Edge to "Smaller", TouchKit will reduce the horizontal
position of the top edge. If you set the Edge to "Larger", TouchKit
will extend the horizontal position of the top edge.
Bottom
If you set the Edge to "Smaller", TouchKit will reduce the horizontal
position of the bottom edge. If you set the Edge to "Larger",
TouchKit will extend the horizontal position of the bottom edge.
Left
If you set the Edge to "Smaller", TouchKit will reduce the vertical
position of the right edge. If you set the Edge to "Larger", TouchKit
will extend the vertical position of the left edge.
Right
If you set the Edge to "Smaller", TouchKit will reduce the vertical
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position of the right edge. If you set the Edge to "Larger", TouchKit
will extend the vertical position of the right edge.
In some cases, cursor will be behind the finger when you touch the
panel. If you can not see the cursor when you touch down the panel,
you can set X Axis or Y Axis to move the cursor.
Offset X Axis
If you set the Offset X Axis to Smaller, cursor will be moved a pixel of
X Axis to left.
If you set the Offset X Axis to Larger, cursor will be moved a pixel of
X Axis to right.
Offset Y Axis
If you set the Offset Y Axis to Smaller, cursor will be moved a pixel of
Y Axis to top.
If you set the Offset Y Axis to Larger, cursor will be moved a pixel of
X Axis to bottom.
Edge Compensation Switch
You can check Support Edge Compensation check box to
enable/disable this function from left corner.
Edge Compensation Button
Click +10% or -10% button to adjust the smaller or larger of edge.
If you click +10% button, the top, bottom, left and right edges will
extend 10% of orientation to touch screen, and cursor will be moved
10 pixel of X and Y Axis to right and top.
If you click -10% button, the top, bottom , left and right edges will
contract 10% of orientation to touch screen, and cursor will be
moved 10 pixel of X and Y Axis to left and bottom.
Click Default button to resume to the default value.
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5.6. How to Use Event Selector
1. On the desktop of Windows, click
2.
icon change to
icon.
.
3. Now the tapping is simulating right mouse button clicking.
4. After one tap on the screen,
icon change to
.
5. The tapping resumes to left mouse button clicking.
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6. Specification
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System
Model Name
TM50-5B-VRU
Display
TFT LCD Size
15"
Brightness
250 nits
Resolution
1024 x 768
Touch Screen
5-wire Resistive Type
Wall Mount
Support VESA Mount
I/O Ports
Touch interface
1 x RS-232 ( DB-9 )
1 x USB
Audio
Audio in Jack with 2W Speaker x2
VGA
D-SUB 15
PS/2
1 x Mini-DIN
Others
Wall Mount
Support VESA Mount
Power Input
External adapter, 60W, 12V DC input
Color
Black
Compliance
FCC / CE / CB / CCC / WEEE / RoHS
Weight
5.9 kgs
Dimension
370W x 232D x 369H (mm)
Operating Temperature
5 °C ~ 35 °C
Storage Temperature
-20° C~60° C
Humidity
20% - 85% RH, non-condensing
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