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Posiflex PS-3415/PS-3415E User Manual
Fanless LCD Touch Terminal
User Manual
Package Contents
Fanless LCD touch terminal (x 1)
Power adaptor
(x 1)
Power cord
(x 1)
User Manual
(x 1)
Recovery DVD
(x 1)
(for pre-loaded OS model only)
Product Features
Fanless terminal
Intel® Celeron® Bay Trail J1800 Celeron processor, up to
2.58 GHz, Dual Core, 1MB Cache for PS-3415 /
Intel® Celeron® Processor J1900 (2M Cache, up to 2.42 GHz)
for PS-3415E
Foldable base that allows PS Series to be configured into
different configurations
Projected-capacitive touch
Integrated structure for side mount upgrade kit:
SA-105/205/305/405/505; back mount display: LM-6807U /
6810U and PD-360R/360UE/2609UE/6807U;
40-key dynakey attachment with MSR or RFID option:
Water resistant structure designed for easy cleaning
13110902030 Ver. B0
Terminal from shipping mode to operation mode
In consideration of proper packaging, before shipping, the
terminal is folded, staying in shipping mode. Thus, when
receiving the product, you will find that the terminal is well
folded, as shown below.
Before operating this terminal, unfold it and make this terminal
rise in operation mode by referring to the following steps. Here,
an equivalent model with GEN 7 base is taken below for example.
1. Firstly, lift this terminal gently to
make it to be unfolded.
2. Overturn this terminal in the
direction as indicated by the arrow
in the right figure.
3. Place this terminal on a flat table.
4. Tilt this terminal to a degree in the direction as indicated by
the arrow below.
Terminal from operation mode to shipping mode
To fold this terminal, refer to the following steps. Here, an
equivalent model with GEN 7 base is taken below for example.
1. Remove the cable cover.
2. Carefully hold the lower rim of the display.
3. Push the base-folding lever in the direction as indicated by the
arrow below (1). Then, the display will be loosen and go
down (2).
4. When the display goes down to a degree, loose the basefolding lever, as shown in the direction as indicated by the
arrow below.
5. Then, gently tilt the display in the direction as indicated by
the arrow below until the display is well folded.
6. Put back the cable cover.
Views of the PS-3415/3415E
Front View
Rear View
Left Side View
Right Side View
Bottom View
View of I/O Interface
Top I/O Ports
Rear I/O Ports
COM4 Port
Parallel (LPT) Port
USB 2.0 Port
PS/2_KB Pin Header
※ The top I/O ports are provided for COM-based and USB-based peripheral
devices, for example, customer display.
Bottom I/O Ports
RJ45 LAN Port
USB 2.0 Port
VGA Port
COM Port
RJ11 Cash Drawer Port
12VDC-IN Power Jack
Installing Optional Upgrade Kits and Peripherals
PS-3415/3415E can work with multiple optional upgrade kits and
peripheral devices, such as magnetic stripe reader (MSR), LCD
monitor, cash drawer and the like.
Before installing an optional upgrade kit and/or peripheral device,
make sure that the system is powered off and the external power
source is removed from the POS box to prevent electric hazard!
Failure to follow the warning description will void the product
For the detailed instruction, refer to each of the user manuals of
the optional upgrade kits and peripheral devices.
Connecting Power Adapter and I/O Cables
Before connecting power adapter and I/O cables to the I/O ports
of PS series terminal, please route and arranging the cables. Refer
to the following step-by-step instruction of cable routing and
arrangement for the details. Here, an equivalent model with GEN
7 base is taken below for example.
1. Press the circled section of the
cable cover with your thumb.
2. Pull out the cable cover.
3. Push and tilt the terminal to the
end in the direction as shown by
the arrow.
4. Determine that the terminal is
tilted to the end, as shown in the
right figure.
5. Press the circled section with two
thumbs and pull by force the two
sides of the locking hook with two
forefingers as indicated by the
6. Remove the neck cover from the
base stand.
7. Tilt the terminal slightly at a little angle in the direction as
shown by the arrow, making cables easily pass through the
cable passage.
8. Make the connector, which will be connected to the I/O port
of the terminal, pass through the cable passage of base stand.
9. Push and tilt the terminal to the
end in the direction as shown by
the arrow.
10. Remove the bottom I/O cover with
your forefinger inserting the
middle hole of the cover.
11. Connect the connector of the
power adapter to the 12VDC-IN
power jack.
12. Cover the bottom I/O interface and gather the I/O cables to
the circled cable arrangement area, as shown below.
13. Push and tilt the terminal to the
end in the direction as shown by
the arrow.
14. Arrange well the I/O cable located
at the area of neck cover.
15. Shield the I/O cable arrangement area on the neck of the base
stand with the neck cover.
16. Shield the I/O cable exposure area with the cable cover.
Powering ON the PS-3415/3415E
After connecting the power cable to the power jack
of the terminal, press the power button to power on
the terminal. To power it off, press the power
button again.
Once powering off the system, if you want to
power it on again, please wait at least 3 seconds.
If the system hangs due to a reason, such as software resource
conflict, please press and hold the power button for over 10
seconds to forcedly shut down the system.
Power LED Indicator
There is a power LED indicator
located at the center of lower rim of
the front side of LCD panel. After
powering ON or OFF the terminal,
you can read the power status from
the power LED indicator. The LED
status is described below.
Solid blue
Solid orange
System power ON
System standby
Installing an Operating System
This product is highly professional equipment. Therefore, we do
NOT encourage you to install any operating system into this
machine without professional assistance. We shall not be
responsible for any technical support to questions on this aspect.
We suggest that you contact your dealer for OS installation.
Operating System Recovery
For the PS-3415/3415E main system preloaded with an operating
system on HDD, We provide a recovery DVD shipped with the
main system for the preloaded operating system. The system
integrator shall take care of software restoration after the OS is
If you plan to recover your operating system, we do NOT
encourage you to recover any operating system. Please contact
your service center for operating system recovery.
Operation Environment
This terminal must NOT be operated in an environment with
restricted ventilation. There must be at least 25 mm air clearance
around any top or side ventilation holes with free flow of air
around the unit at all times for system operation.
Intel® Celeron J1800, 2C, 2.41GHz/2.58GHz
(Burst), 1M Cache (Default)
Intel® Celeron N2807, 2C, 1.58GHz/2.16GHz
(Burst), 1M Cache (Option)
Intel® Celeron® Processor J1900 (2M Cache, up to
2.42 GHz)
Display & Touch
I/O & Expansion
2GB DDR3L 1333MHz default
Storage Device
SATA x 1 + mSATA x 1;
320GB SATA HDD default
Power Supply
(upgrade to 60W or higher when required)
OS support
Windows 7 / POSReady 7 / Windows Embedded 8.1
Industry / DOS/ Linux per request
Bezel-free TFT LCD
1024 x 768
Projected-capacitive touch
Serial Port
4, 3 x DB9 on bottom I/O plate + 1 x RJ50 on top I/O
plate, 5V/12V support on all COM ports
Parallel Port
1, via optional conversion cable
Standard USB
5, 4 on bottom I/O plate + 1 on top I/O plate
LAN Port
10 / 100 / 1000 Mb x 1
Display Port
VGA x 1, 12V support for Posiflex monitors
CR Port
1, control 2 CR via optional Y-cable
PS/2 Port
Pin header inside service window
Buzzer only
Base Stand
7th generation foldable base stand
Power Supply
0°C - 40°C, 20%RH - 90%RH (Equipped with
0°C - 50°C, 20%RH - 90%RH (Equipped with SSD)
-20°C - 70°C, 10%RH - 90%RH
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