Wincor Nixdorf BEETLE /SX Operating Manual

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BEETLE /SX
Modular POS System
User Guide
Edition April 2010
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Contents
Manufacturer´s Certification...............................................1
Tested Safety..............................................................................................1
FCC-Class A Declaration............................................................................1
Note on the laser ........................................................................................2
Important notes ...........................................................................................2
Introduction..........................................................................4
About this manual .......................................................................................5
Care of the BEETLE /SX.............................................................................5
Recycling the BEETLE /SX.........................................................................5
Warranty .....................................................................................................7
BEETLE /SX- the individual POS System ..........................8
Overview.....................................................................................................8
BEETLE /SX Peripherals.......................................................................9
BEETLE /SX in a network ...................................................................10
Before switching on the System................................................................11
Unpacking and checking the System ..................................................11
Setting up the device...........................................................................12
Vertical installation of the equipment...................................................12
Cabling of the BEETLE /SX ......................................................................14
Securing the data cable ............................................................................15
Mounting the cable cover ..........................................................................16
Connecting to the Mains Power Supply ....................................................17
Disconnecting cables ................................................................................18
Basic settings............................................................................................20
Adjusting the loudspeaker.........................................................................20
Light emitting diode (LED) ........................................................................20
Connecting Peripherals.............................................................................21
Keyboard (KYBD)................................................................................21
Cash drawer .......................................................................................22
Scanners and scales (COM1, COM2* - COM4*).................................22
Customer or Cashier display (COM2* - COM4*) .................................23
Monitor ................................................................................................23
TFT - LCD Display ..............................................................................24
Connecting standard PC peripherals (COM1) .....................................24
Network ...............................................................................................24
Modular printers .................................................................................25
USB (Universal Serial Bus) .................................................................25
RJ10/RMT jack (optional)....................................................................26
BEETLE /SX- the Components .........................................27
Overview...................................................................................................27
DVD Drive (Option) ...................................................................................29
General ...............................................................................................29
Operating the Drive .............................................................................29
Notes...................................................................................................29
Power Supply Unit ....................................................................................30
I/O Hub (Option) .......................................................................................31
Securing the USB Cable .....................................................................32
2.5" SSD (Option) .....................................................................................33
Changing a Solid State Drive (SSD)....................................................33
3.5" Hard Disk (SATA) ..............................................................................38
Changing a Hard Disk .........................................................................38
Configuration variants ......................................................41
Submodules for the Motherboard..............................................................41
CRT- or TFT- adapter .........................................................................41
Installing the submodules and adapters....................................................41
PCI plug-in cards ......................................................................................43
Installing an expansion card......................................................................43
Starting up the system ......................................................46
Appendix ............................................................................48
Technical data for the BEETLE /SX ..........................................................48
Interfaces ..................................................................................................49
Power Supply............................................................................................50
I/O- Hub ....................................................................................................50
Connections ..............................................................................................51
Standard..............................................................................................51
Total Current Consumption of Interfaces.............................................53
Wall Mounting ...........................................................................................54
BEETLE /SX........................................................................................54
Power Supply ......................................................................................55
I/O Hub................................................................................................55
Glossary....................................................................................................56
Abbreviations ............................................................................................58
TESTED SAFETY
Manufacturer´s Certification
The device complies with the requirements of the EEC
directive 89/336/EEC with regard to ‘Electromagnetic
compatibility" and 73/23/EEC “Low Voltage Directive”.
Therefore, you will find the CE mark on the device or packaging.
Tested Safety
The POS system has been provided
with the symbol for “Tested Safety”.
In addition, the BEETLE has
received the UL symbol and cUL
symbol.
FCC-Class A Declaration
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 inter-ference
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. Modifications not authorized by the
manufacturer may void users authority to operate this device. This class A
digital apparatus complies with Canadian ICES-003.
Cet appareil numerique de la classe A est conforme à la norme NMB-003
du Canada.
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IMPORTANT NOTES
Note on the laser
lf your device is equipped with a DVD drive, the following condition applies:
The DVD drive contains a light-emitting diode (LED), classified according to
IEC 825-1:1993:LASER CLASS 1; it must not be opened.
Important notes
The modular POS system BEETLE /SX conforms to the current safety
standards for data processing equipment.
2
n
If this device is taken from a cold environment into the operating room,
moisture condensation may form. The device must be absolutely dry
before being put into service; an acclimatization period of at least two
hours must therefore be observed.
n
This device is equipped with a safety-tested power cable and may be
connected only to a prescribed grounded-contact power socket.
n
When setting up the device, ensure that the power socket on the device
and the grounded-contact power socket are easily accessible.
n
To disconnect the device from the supply voltage completely, switch off
the device and disconnect the power plug of the power supply.
n
Ensure that no foreign objects (e.g. office clips) find their way into the
device, as this may lead to electric shocks or short-circuits.
n
Never plug in or unplug data communication lines during thunderstorms.
n
Protect devices from vibrations, dust, moisture and heat.
n
Always dispose of used parts, such as batteries, in an environmentally
safe manner.
n
The ventilation slots of the power supply must remain unobstructed to
ensure sufficient ventilation of the equipment. If the equipment is to be
fitted, you must ensure that the specified minimum distances are
maintained and constant ventilation is provided.
IMPORTANT NOTES
n
In emergencies (e.g. damaged housing or damaged power cable,
penetration by liquids or foreign bodies), the device must be switched off
immediately, the power plug disconnected and the Customer Service of
Wincor Nixdorf or your dealer must be notified.
n
The lithium battery must be disposed of in accordance with local
regulations for special waste. In case of an improper change of the lithium
battery it exist an explosion risk.
n
The device may only be repaired by authorized qualified personnel.
Unauthorized opening of the device and inexpertly carried-out repairs may
not only seriously jeopardize the safety of the user, but also cancel all
warranty and liability agreements.
n
Your BEETLE system is the result of modern technical innovation. So
please see for according structural and technical surroundings to
guarantee a faultless and efficient work of your BEETLE. Therefore, you
should connect your BEETLE or other IT-devices only to power supply
systems with separately guided protective earth conductor (PE). This kind
of electricity system is known as TN-S network. Do not use PEN
conductors!
Please also observe the recommendations of the norm DIN VDE 0100,
Part 540, Appendix C2 as well as EN50174-2, §5.4.3.Thus you can help
to avoid possible malfunctions.
3
INTRODUCTION
Introduction
The BEETLE /SX is the compact, powerful and economical basis for your
POS system.
The BEETLE /SX conforms to the PC/AT industry standard. Powerful
Celeron- M processors ensure a quick processing of all operations.
You can connect a variety of different peripheral devices to your
BEETLE /SX and even the choice of the software is not limited to a certain
product.
Optional the BEETLE /SX can be equipped with a DVD drive.
This provides you with a considerable degree of flexibility when arranging
the configuration of your POS system.
The BEETLE can also be connected to a network once an appropriate
network card has been installed.
Whatever configuration you need: Wincor Nixdorf International GmbH offers
the right solution. So, whenever you want to expand your BEETLE /SX,
please contact your Wincor Nixdorf International GmbH branch office or
your dealer.
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ABOUT THIS MANUAL
About this manual
This manual describes the modular POS system BEETLE /SX with a
Celeron- M processor.
This documentation is intended to help you to work with the POS system
and to serve as a reference work. The detailed table of contents help you
find the desired information quickly and easily.
Notes in the manual are marked by this symbol.
This symbol is used for warnings.
The type and scope of application programs depend on the customer’s own
selection; therefore, software will not be discussed further in this manual.
You will find a description of the BIOS Setup and the Central Processing
Unit in a separate manual (“POS Motherboard, F2-ULV-CPU”), see
http://www.wincor-nixdorf.com/internet/us/Services/Support/TechnicalSuppo
rt/POSSystems/index.html.
Care of the BEETLE /SX
Clean your BEETLE /SX at regular intervals with a suitable plastic-surface
cleaner which can be ordered from Wincor Nixdorf International GmbH.
Make sure that the power plug is disconnected and that no liquid finds its
way into the device.
Recycling the BEETLE /SX
Environmental protection does not begin when
the time has come to dispose of the BEETLE; it
begins with the manufacturer. This product was
designed according to our internal norm
“Environmental conscious product design and
development”.
The modular BEETLE /SX system is manufactured without the use of CFCs
and CCHS and is produced mainly from reusable components and
materials.
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RECYCLING
The processed plastics can, for the most part, be recycled. Even the
precious metals can be recovered, thus saving energy and costly raw
materials.
Please do not stick labels onto plastic case parts. This would help us to
re-use components and material.
You can protect our environment by only switching on your equipment when
it is actually needed. If possible, even avoid the stand-by-mode as this
wastes energy, too. Also switch your equipment off when you take a longer
break or finish your work.
At this time, there are still some parts that are not reusable. Wincor Nixdorf
International GmbH guarantees the environmentally safe disposal of these
parts in a Recycling Center, which is certified pursuant to ISO 9001 and
ISO 14001.
So don’t discard your BEETLE /SX system on the garbage when it has
served its time, but take advantage of the environmentally smart, up-to-date
recycling methods!
Please contact your competent branch or the Recycling Center Paderborn
(for European countries) for information on how to return and re-use devices
and disposable materials under the following mail address.
Email: [email protected]
or on the internet.
We look forward to your mail.
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WARRANTY
Warranty
Wincor Nixdorf guarantees generally a warranty engagement for 12 months
beginning with the date of delivery. This warranty engagement covers all
damages which occur despite a normal use of the product.
Damages because of
n
improper or insufficient maintenance,
n
improper use of the product or unauthorized modifications of the product,
n
inadequate location or surroundings
will not be covered by the warranty.
For further information on the stipulation consult your contract.
All parts of the product which are subject to wear and tear are not included
in the warranty engagement. For detailed warranty arrangements please
consult your contract documents.
Please order spare parts at the Wincor Nixdorf customer service.
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OVERVIEW
BEETLE /SX- the individual POS System
Overview
You can connect a variety of peripherals to your modular POS system
BEETLE /SX and thus implement a wide range of expansion stages. You
can connect a four-line alphanumeric customer display and a four line
cashier display. Alternatively, you can connect flat screens.
You can
n
use various types of scanners such as distance, touch or stationary
scanners,
n
use scales and scanner scales (please take into account the official
certification regulations),
n
connect various printers,
n
use POS keyboards,
n
use different types of cash drawers,
n
connect a monitor,
n
integrate the BEETLE /SX in a network and
n
upgrade the BEETLE /SX, since it can accommodate one PCI card
(PCI and PCI-e).
This means that the BEETLE /SX can meet your requirements at all times,
without having to exchange the complete system for a new one, thus saving
you time and money.
The illustrations below show you how your modular POS system can grow from a scanner to integration in a network.
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OVERVIEW
BEETLE /SX Peripherals
Scanner
Screen
Displays
Customer Display
BA69 (VGA/4)
Cashier Display
Cash Drawer
Flat Screen
Keyboard
Scale
Printer
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OVERVIEW
BEETLE /SX in a network
Ethernet
10/100 Base T
Server
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Ethernet
10/100 Base T
BEFORE SWITCHING ON THE SYSTEM
Before switching on the System
Unpacking and checking the System
Unpack the components and verify that the scope of delivery is identical to
the information on the delivery ticket.
The cardboard box contains the basic unit and a country-specific package.
In addition, the basic unit may be equipped with the hard disk and VGA-card
or a combination of these components.
Should you notice any
n
transport damages or
n
discrepancies between package contents and delivery ticket or
n
functional defects,
please inform your contracting parties or the branch office of Wincor Nixdorf
immediately. Please indicate the number of your delivery ticket and delivery
ticket position and serial number of the respective device. The serial number
can be found on the label illustrated below which is located at the rear of the
housing; it may be necessary to remove the cable cover and storage
battery.
Wincor Nixdorf
BEETLE /SX
017500 000000
I.T.E.
IC 78+E146247
D09-96.13
0199900107
WN
Made in Singapore
The serial number is located on the label below the bar code.
It is absolutely necessary to check the function of the original equipment
before you perform any changes (e.g. by installing an expansion card).
Only then it is possible to accept a functional defect as a claim.
We recommend saving the original packaging for transport at a later time
(protection from impact and shock).
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BEFORE SWITCHING ON THE SYSTEM
Setting up the device
Set up the BEETLE /SX system where it will not be exposed to extreme
environmental conditions. Protect the device from vibrations, dust, moisture,
heat and strong magnetic fields.
Mind the minimum distances indicated below! If the equipment is to be
fitted, you also must ensure that the specified minimum distances are
maintained and constant ventilation is provided. The immediate ambient
temperature of the system must not exceed 40° C (104° F).
80 mm (3.15")
80 mm
80 mm
The fitting depth may be equal to the overall depth of the equipment
including the cable cover.
Please meet these minimum distances also with the power supply pack.
If an optional I/O hub is used the minimum distances to that device are 50
mm (1.97").
Vertical installation of the equipment
Three bore holes are located at the underside which allows the
BEETLE /SX to be suspended by means of 3 screws. The minimum
distances listed in the figure must be maintained; otherwise, a sufficient
ventilation of the equipment is not guaranteed.
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BEFORE SWITCHING ON THE SYSTEM
The BEETLE /SX is designed for horizontal mounting. If you install the
BEETLE /SX in vertical position, you have attend to the following:
n
Three breakable bore holes are located at the underside, which allow the
BEETLE /SX to be suspended by means of the screws.
BEETLE /SX
80 mm
80 mm
80 mm
n
The screws must not be stronger than 4.5 mm (0.18").
n
Mind the following minimum clearances also for vertical mounting to
ensure sufficient ventilation:
upwards: 80 mm,
downwards: 80 mm
sideways: 80 mm
n
A surface made of nonflammable material (e.g. concrete or metal) must
be located underneath the vertically mounted power supply unit.
13
CABLING OF THE BEETLE /SX
Cabling of the BEETLE /SX
Follow the steps below in the order given when installing devices:
n
Make sure that the power switch on the power supply is set to OFF.
n
If present, the cable cover must be removed.
In order to remove the cable cover, push it out off the guides marked with
arrows in the figure above.
n
Connect the data cables and fix them.
n
Connect the power supply unit via the DC cable to the BEETLE /SX.
n
Connect the power cable to the plug socket of the power supply unit.
n
Connect the power cable to the socket outlet.
Always make sure that the system is switched off when you do cabling
works.
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SECURING THE DATA CABLE
Securing the data cable
Secure interface connectors with
knurled screws manually.
To secure the DC plug push the
metal locking to the right.
Mini-DIN plugs (Wincor Nixdorf)
latch in when you insert them. Check
the lock by slightly pulling the cable.
Maybe you will have to lock the plug
by slightly pushing the cable.
RJ12 plugs latch in when you insert
them.
Standard USB connectors do not
latch in place when plugged in and
can be unplugged with a gentle pull.
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MOUNTING THE CABLE COVER
USB Plus Power connectors lock in
place when plugged in.
TFT connectors lock in place when
plugged in.
Mount the cable cover after the cables have been plugged.
Mounting the cable cover
The scope of supply of your BEETLE /SX includes a cable cover. Before
mounting the device, you should first remove the cable openings where
necessary. This depends on the cables which you wish to lay.
Tools are not required as the plastic parts can be removed by hand.
In order to mount the cable cover, insert it in the bolts at the backside of the
BEETLE (see arrows).
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CONNECTING TO THE MAINS POWER SUPPLY
Connecting to the Mains Power Supply
All devices belonging to the modular BEETLE /SX POS system that have a
separate power cable must be connected to the same electric circuit.
n
Ensure that the power switch at the backside of the power supply is
switched off.
n
Make sure that all data cables on the system unit and peripherals are
connected correctly.
n
Plug the power cable into the socket at the rearside of the power supply
unit.
n
Connect the power supply unit to the power outlet.
n
Connect the power supply unit via DC cable to the BEETLE /SX.
Start the system by switching on the power supply unit (Power on switch at
the backside) and the BEETLE /SX (Power on button at the front side).
Power on switch
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DISCONNECTING CABLES
ON button
The power pack can be connected to all standard power supply networks.
The unit adjusts automatically to the respective voltage. A fan provides the
required ventilation. The maximum output of the power pack is 245 W.
Disconnecting cables
Never unplug a cable by pulling on the cable; always take direct hold of the
plug itself. Follow the procedure below when disconnecting cables:
18
n
Turn off all power and equipment switches.
n
Remove the cable cover.
n
Unplug all data communication cables from the sockets of the data
networks.
n
Unplug all power plugs from the grounded-contact power sockets.
n
Unplug all cables from the devices.
DISCONNECTING CABLES
Manually loosen the knurled screws
of the DC connector at the power
supply.
To release the DC plug push the
metal locking to the left.
With MINI-DIN plugs (Wincor
Nixdorf), the plug remains inserted
until released.
Pull the plastic covering from the
connecting socket with your thumb.
The lock is released. The metal of
the plug is visible.
RJ12 plugs lock in when you insert
them. To release them push the
latch under the plug to the top.
The powered USB connector is
disengaged by pressing the spring
that is marked by an arrow.
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BASIC SETTINGS
To release TFT (LCD) connectors,
press the interlocks on the left and
right side.
Basic settings
Ex works, the BEETLE /SX is configured to your order. Your configuration
must be subsequently adapted to support supplementary devices such as
scanners. For more information, contact the Wincor Nixdorf International
GmbH branch office responsible for your area.
Adjusting the loudspeaker
You can set the volume as desired by means of a menu in the BIOS Setup
(see chapter "BIOS setup" in the manual “POS Motherboard,
F2-ULV-CPU”).
Light emitting diode (LED)
The LEDs are labelled with HDD for the left LED and with POWER for the
right LED. The left LED (yellow) lights while the hard disk is beeing
accessed. The right LED (green) lights when the BEETLE /SX is switched
on. The LED on the right side will light yellow, when the system is in
Stand-by-mode.
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CONNECTING PERIPHERALS
Connecting Peripherals
The peripherals mentioned here are available as options and are not part of
the basic configuration. A separate manual is provided for each of the
connectable components. For more detailed information, please consult the
relevant documentation.
The figure shows the back panel of the BEETLE /SX, standard version, with
the locations of the connecting sockets and connecting plugs. If you wish to
connect a monitor, however, you must also have a video board.
Connecting peripherals with the system switched on is not allowed
(exception: USB devices).
TFT A
RMT
B
A
MIC
KYBD
COM1
COM2*
USB
COM3*
COM4*
LAN
SPK
Rear panel of the BEETLE /SX (Standard)
Keyboard (KYBD)
The BEETLE /SX has a 6-pin mini-DIN jack for connecting a keyboard.
Make sure that the connector is plugged firmly into the socket to prevent
malfunctioning. Power is supplied to the keyboard via this socket. If you
wish to connect a standard PC keyboard with DIN connector, you must use
a special adapter cable, obtainable from the Wincor Nixdorf International
GmbH branch office responsible for your area.
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CONNECTING PERIPHERALS
In addition to the keyboard it is possible to connect a PS/2 mouse via
y-adapter, activation via BIOS setup.
When removing cables with locks, please pull the cable at the connector
housing.
Cash drawer
The power supply unit has one RJ12 socket for connecting a cash drawer.
Make sure that the connector is plugged firmly into the socket to prevent
malfunctioning. RJ12 plugs lock in when you insert them. Power is supplied
to the cash drawer via this socket, P24V +5% / -15%.
Connecting daisy chained cash drawers and 12V OEM-drawers is
prohibited!
Connect cash drawers only (no telephon).
Scanners and scales (COM1, COM2* - COM4*)
Depending on the systems configuration, scanners not supplied with power
are connected to the COM2*, COM3* or COM4* serial interface (standard
setting COM3). Connect scales with their own power supply to the COM1
interface. COM1 is designed as a 9-pin D-sub plug, whereas COM2* COM4* are 9-pin D-sub jacks.
Make sure that the scanner connector is plugged securely into the socket to
prevent possible malfunctioning.
If scales which are not supplied by Wincor Nixdorf International GmbH are
connected to the BEETLE /SX, you must obtain a Wincor Nixdorf licence for
the driver software.
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CONNECTING PERIPHERALS
If COM2 is equipped with a connector, the interface does not carry a
current.
The COM1 or COM2 interface is without effect if a TFT adapter with
touchscreen function is installed (adjustment necessary in the BIOS setup).
Customer or Cashier display (COM2* - COM4*)
Depending on how the system is configured, the customer display is
connected to either the COM2*, COM3* or COM4* serial interface. The
interface connection is a 9-pin D-sub jack. Make sure that the connector for
the customer display is screwed firmly to the socket to prevent possible
malfunctioning. Power is supplied via this jack.
If COM2 is equipped with a connector, this interface does not carry a
current.
Monitor
If a CRT adapter is installed, you can connect a monitor to the
BEETLE /SX via the 15-pin D-sub jack on the CRT adapter. Power is
supplied to the monitor via the AC-outlet on the BEETLE /SX, located on the
back of the housing.
A LCD screen can be connected alternatively if a TFT adapter is installed.
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CONNECTING PERIPHERALS
TFT - LCD Display
If a TFT adapter is installed you can connect a Panellink-TFT to the
BEETLE /SX. Connect the 40-pin data cable of the LCD to the system. The
signals for the touch screen function and the power supply is also made via
this cable. To implement the touch screen functionality for the COM1 or
COM2* interface you have to change some system settings in the BIOS
setup.
The COM1 or COM2* interface is without effect if the onboard TFT adapter
with touch screen function is installed. In this case the interface is not
available for other peripherals.
Connecting standard PC peripherals (COM1)
You can connect standard peripherals to the BEETLE /SX via the COM1
serial interface.
Make sure that all additional devices are provided with the CE mark.
Network
The system can be connected to a network (LAN) from the POS terminal
back panel.
Only connect shielded LAN cables (CAT5) as these offer a better protection
in case of interferences in a network.
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CONNECTING PERIPHERALS
Modular printers
Appropriate POS printers can be connected via the low-voltage jack 24V,
max. 3A via non-UPS. A connecting cable with a HOSIDEN plug is required
for this.
Connect only cables to the 24V connector which are marked with DP-1 or
DP-2.
Do not connect the HOSIDEN plug when the system is turned on, this can
lead to an automatical reboot of the system.
USB (Universal Serial Bus)
You can connect several USB peripheral devices to the USB or powered
USB interface (12V or 24V).
12V
24V
Only connect devices equipped with a shielded cable to the USB-interface.
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CONNECTING PERIPHERALS
RJ10/RMT jack (optional)
You connect the remote (RMT) interface of your POS system via a cable to
the RMT interface of the display (BA8X). You use the RMT function by
pushing the ON/OFF button of the display. The Remote On/Off function
(RMT) enables you to wake up a BEETLE system out of either standby/
hibernation or soft-off mode. It also puts a running system into standby /
hibernation mode. The activated mode is depending on the settings of the
operating system.
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OVERVIEW
BEETLE /SX- the Components
Overview
BEETLE /SX: Exterior view.
DVD (optional)
LEDs
On Button
USB
27
OVERVIEW
BEETLE /SX: Interior view.
Carrier for DVD
Carrier for DVD
Carrier for Hard Disk, SDD
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Carrier for Hard Disk Drive, SDD
DVD DRIVE (OPTION)
DVD Drive (Option)
General
The BEETLE /SX can be equipped with a DVD drive. The LED of the drive
lights up whenever the system accesses the drive.
Operating the Drive
To start the drive, follow the procedure below:
n
Start the BEETLE /SX.
n
Press the ejection button.
n
The drawer is ejected from the drive.
n
Place the disc into the drawer with the disc label facing up. Warily push
back the drawer until it is locked in the drive.
Notes
n
Never bend a disc.
n
Never write on a disc with the a hard object, like a ball-point pen or pencil
and never fix a label directly on the disc.
n
Do not expose discs to direct sunlight and avoid storing them in areas
subject to high temperatures or humidity.
n
Never touch the surface of the disc. Always handle by their edges.
n
For best results, periodically wipe each disc with a soft, dry cloth, gently
rubbing outward from center.
Never use fluids such as petrol, record cleaning or anti-static fluid. Use of
such fluids can damage the disc.
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POWER SUPPLY UNIT
Power Supply Unit
The external power supply can be connected to all conventional power
supply networks. It automatically adjusts itself to the particular voltage and is
fan-cooled. The power output of the power pack is maximum 245 W.
Interfaces at the rear side:
n Power connector
n Power output for a monitor
n Power switch
n Cashdrawer socket
n Power supply for the printer (DC24V, HOSIDEN socket)
Frontside:
n Power supply for BEETLE /SX (DC)
n Power supply for I/O hub
Power output socket
Power connector
Cash drawer socket
Power supply, Hub
Hosiden socket, printer
DC power plug
Power switch
The power pack must be removed or replaced by authorized qualified
personnel only. Only replace power packs released by Wincor Nixdorf!
To disconnect the device from the supply voltage completely, switch off the
device and disconnect the power plug.
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I/O HUB (OPTION)
I/O Hub (Option)
A USB cable connects the (optionally available) I/O hub to the BEETLE
system and carries out the data exchange. Power is supplied via connection
to the power supply unit (DC power-in). Besides the power distribution the
hubs make sure that always but one USB device can send it's data to the
host controller.
The hubs can be connected arbitrarily, thus resulting in a tree structure.
COM5*
USB in
12V a
COM6*
12V b
12V c
COM8*
COM7*
12V d
12V e
24V f
DC Power in
There are five 12V and one 24V USB interfaces available. A USB cable
(connected to the «USB- in» socket) carries out the data exchange between
BEETLE system and peripheral devices.
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I/O HUB (OPTION)
The LEDs report the following:
Blue LED:
Ligths when the hub is operable and a USB device is
connected to «USB In»".
Green LEDs:
Ligth when a USB device is recognized as connected and
operable.
Red LEDs:
Over-current at one of the 5V standard USB connections.
Securing the USB Cable
To protect the USB cable against accidental removing it is fixed by a clamp.
Mind the following:
Plug the connector into the socket
and push the clamp inwards. When
the clamp is fixed, release it and the
USB connector will be secured.
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2.5" SSD (OPTION)
2.5" SSD (Option)
Optionally the BEETLE can be equipped with a 2.5“ SSD (Solid State Drive)
storage medium. The SSD is to be installed like a usual Hard Disk Drive and
is connected via a SATA interface.The storage is done on semiconductor
modules and not on rotating disks as with hard disks.
Changing a Solid State Drive (SSD)
Make sure that the device is switched off and that the power connector is
disconnected.
Loosen the two
knurled screws at
the rear side (see
arrows).
Lift the top cover at
the back side and
then shift it out of
the front guide.
Loosen the screw
of the disk driver
(see arrow).
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2.5" SSD (OPTION)
Loosen the green
clamp (see arrow).
Disconnect all cables (SATA, power
supply). Don't take
hold of the cable
but of the connector housing.
Remove the drive carrier.
Turn the drive carrier upside down.
To remove the
SSD press the metal clip upwards
and simultanously
pull out the holder
(see arrows).
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2.5" SSD (OPTION)
The SSD is placed
in a holder. To remove the SSD.
press one side of
the holder outwards (see
arrows).
Ensure that the settings of the new solid state disk are correct. It may also
be necessary to change settings in the BIOS (see the manual for the
motherboard).
Handle the solid state disk with care when installing it and never touch bare
electronics.
Make sure that the
four knobs (see
arrows) match with
the borings in the
solid state disk.
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2.5" SSD (OPTION)
Solid state disk in
top and side view
Insert the SSD into
the holder and put
both into the carrier.
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Make sure that the
drive carrier is
hooked in at the
right side (1) and
bears on the metal
clip on the left side
(2).
It is absolutely necessary to ensure
that cables are not
pinched.
2.5" SSD (OPTION)
ƒ
Mount the green
clamp at the
correct position
(3).
Fix the screw of
the hard disk
driver (4).
„
Connect both cables to the solid state disk.
Close the cover and connect the mains plug. You may now switch on the
system.
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3.5" HARD DISK (SATA)
3.5" Hard Disk (SATA)
Changing a Hard Disk
Ensure that the device is switched off and that the power connector is
disconnected.
Loosen the two
knurled screws at
the rear side (see
arrows).
Lift the top cover
and shift it upwards out of the
front guide.
Loosen the screw
of the hard disk
driver (see arrow).
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3.5" HARD DISK (SATA)
Disconnect all cables (SATA, power
supply). Don't take
hold of the cable
but of the connector housing.
Loosen the green
clamp.
Remove the hard disk drive carrier.
Now remove the
four screws marked in the illustration and detach the
carrier.
Note the mounting
position of the hard
disk.
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3.5" HARD DISK (SATA)
Ensure that the settings of the new hard disk are correct. It may also be
necessary to change settings in the BIOS (see the manual for the
motherboard).
Handle the hard disk with care when installing it and never touch bare
electronics.
‚

Insert the hard disk
carrier.
Make sure that the
drive carrier is
hooked in at the
right side (1) and
bears on the metal
clip on the left side
(2).
It is absolutely necessary to ensure
that cables are not
pinched.
ƒ
Mount the green
clamp at the
correct position
(3).
„
Fix the screw of
the hard disk
driver (4).
Connect both cables to the hard disk.
Close the cover and connect the mains plug. You may now switch on the
system.
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SUBMODULES FOR THE MOTHERBOARD
Configuration variants
Submodules for the Motherboard
Various controllers and adapters can be connected to the motherboard. The
following is a brief description of the available options:
CRT- or TFT- adapter
Both adapters may be installed in parallel. You can connect a CRT monitor
or/and a TFT-LCD module with optional touch screen functionality.
When installing a TFT- adapter with touchscreen functionality the cable for
the internal loudspeaker must be removed to activate the loudspeaker in the
screen display.
The touch functionality must be activated via BIOS setup.
The COM2- interface will be covered and is no longer valid for external use.
Installing the submodules and adapters
First ensure that the device is switched off. Remove the cable cover and
disconnect the power connector or turn it to position "0". Pull the power plug.
Loosen the two knurled screws at the rear side (see arrows).
Lift the top cover at the back side and then shift it upwards out of the front
guide.
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INSTALLING THE SUBMODULES AND ADAPTERS
Remove the metal cover from the rear side.
TFT
B
A
MIC
KYBD
COM1
COM2*
USB
COM3*
COM4*
LAN
SPK
Push the submodule through the recess of the housing.
Bend the green clamp (1) carefully in direction of the illustrated arrow. Stick
the submodule to the motherboard and release the clamp thus to fix the
submodule. It has to be plugged correctly on the green pin of the
motherboard (2).
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PCI PLUG-IN CARDS
Attach the bezel of the submodule using the screws that you removed
before.
TFT A
TFT
B
A
MIC
KYBD
COM1
COM2*
USB
COM3*
COM4*
LAN
SPK
Switch on the device and mount the cable cover. Connect the mains plug.
Now you may switch on the system with the ON button.
Attach the top cover and switch on the system (power switch) at the
rearside. Install the cable cover and connect the power plug. Now you can
switch on the device with the on/off push button.
PCI plug-in cards
You can use nearly all standard PCI cards with your BEETLE /SX.
Installing an expansion card
First ensure that the device is switched off. Disconnect the power connector
or turn it into the position "0". Pull the power plug.
Loosen the two
knurled screws at
the rear side (see
arrows).
Lift the housing upwards out of the
front guide.
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INSTALLING AN EXPANSION CARD
Pull the tappet of the clamp forwards (see fig.) and remove the metal cover.
Tappet of the clamp
Flap the CD/DVD carrier upwards.
Push the card sidewards (see 1) into the connection. Ensure that the card
establishes contact with the terminal strip. Plug the power cord and if
avaible plug the COM7 and COM8 data cables into the PCI/COM card (2).

‚
Finally, insert the housing side and attach the housing cover. Tighten it with
the knurled screws. Connect the mains plug and switch the power switch of
the power supply unit to position "1". Now attach the cable cover and switch
on the BEETLE /SX.
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INSTALLING AN EXPANSION CARD
Expansion cards with electrostatically sensitive devices (ESD) can be
marked with this sticker.
When you handle boards fitted with ESDs (electronical components), you
must observe the following aspects under all circumstances:
n
You must always discharge yourself (e. g. by touching a grounded object)
before working with boards containing ESDs.
n
The equipment and tools you use must be free of static charges.
n
Pull out the power plug before inserting or pulling out boards containing
ESDs.
n
Always hold boards with ESDs by their edges.
Never touch pins or conductors on boards fitted with ESDs.
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INSTALLING AN EXPANSION CARD
Starting up the system
After installing the BEETLE /SX, switch on the POS system using the
ON/OFF button on the front panel and the power switch on the power
supply.
The system first performs an automatic self-test to test its basic functions.
For example, you may see the following message (irrespective of processor
type) on the monitor:
WN ID xx/xx Datum
xx/xx is the placeholder of the BIOS version number.
The system then determines the medium from which the operating system
and POS application are to be booted. Each medium is assigned a logical
drive according to the configuration of your BEETLE /SX.
The following media can be assigned a drive:
n
Network
n
Hard disk
n
DVD-ROM
n
USB drive
The logical drives are designated C: and D:.
The network is always assigned to the C: drive during the runup procedure.
The hard disk can be assigned to the C: or D: drive. The system can only be
started from the hard disk if the disk has been configured as the C: drive.
Corresponding to the Setup configuration the modular BEETLE /SX system
can be booted from the following drives:
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INSTALLING AN EXPANSION CARD
n
Hard disk in drive C:
n
DVD ROM
n
LAN module with BOOTPROM
n
USB drive
Please mind that the storage medium must be system-boot-capable.
If the POS system does not find a CD-ROM, it automatically continues the
loading process from drive C:.
If the operating system has started up without error, the POS application
software is automatically booted if necessary.
A message is displayed as soon as the BEETLE /SX is ready for operation.
For more detailed information, see the description of your application
program.
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TECHNICAL DATA FOR THE BEETLE /SX
Appendix
Technical data for the BEETLE /SX
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Dimensions
Width
Depth
Height
288 mm
286 mm
103 mm
Weight
approx. 5 kg
Climatic category
Class 3K3
Class 2K2
Class 1K2
DIN IEC 721-3-3
DIN IEC 721-3-2
DIN IEC 721-3-1
Temperature
Operating (3K3)
Transport (2K2)
Storage (1K2)
+5°C bis +40°C
-25°C bis +60°C
+5°C bis +40°C
11.34"
11.26"
4.06"
Input voltage
100 - 120 V
200 - 240 V .
Max. power consumption
4A / 7A
Frequency of the
system voltage
50/60 Hz
Noise development
< 47 dB (A)
Mains power outlet
100 - 120 V /2 A max.
200 - 240 V /1 A max.
INTERFACES
Interfaces
COM
COM 1 (w/o power supply),
COM2*- 4* (power supplied) or
COM1 (w/o power supply)
COM2 (power supplied expanded)
+ 12V/900mA (max. sum), 300 mA max. pro
COM
+ 5V/500 mA (max. in sum)
USB (Universal Serial
Bus)
2 USB at the rearside,
1 USB at the frontside
optional
6 USB at the external I/O- hub and/or
3 USB via USB-board
PS/2 keyboard
PC compatible (6pin Mini DIN connector)
PS/2 mouse
via keyboard Y- cable
On Board Graphic
(Display)
supports Onboard adapter for CRT screens and
panellink)
Resolution:
CRT
up to 2048x1536 (32Bit Colours)
Panellink
1024x768, 800x600
MIC, Speaker
Ports for microphone and loudspeaker
Volume
Adjustable in 3 steps by the BIOS Setup
LAN
RJ45 socket, 10/100 Mbit/s
PCI-Bus
PCI 32 Bit
PCIe
1 x PCIe
SATA
for internal hard disk + solid state drive
E-IDE
DVD
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POWER SUPPLY
Power Supply
Height
82.6 mm
3.25"
Width
170.6 mm
6.72"
Depth
242.6 mm
9.55"
Weight
2.8 kg
I/O- Hub
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Height
73.7 mm
2.9"
Width
223 mm
8.78"
Depth
90.5 mm
3.56"
Weight
0.8 kg
CONNECTIONS
Connections
Standard
This is the standard version with COM3* and COM4*
TFT A
RMT
B
A
KYBD
COM1
COM2*
COM3*
USB
COM4*
LAN
SPK
LAN
SPK
1 8 5 .6
MIC
with USB hub.
TFT A
TFT
B
+12V
A
MIC
KYBD
COM1
COM2*
USB
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CONNECTIONS
with COM3* up to COM8* and scale controller
COM8*
COM5*
COM6*
COM7*
TFT A
TFT
B
A
MIC
KYBD
COM1
COM2*
COM3*
USB
COM4*
LAN
SPK
LAN
SPK
with COM5* up to COM8* and USB hub
COM8*
COM5*
COM6*
COM7*
TFT A
TFT
B
+12V
A
MIC
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KYBD
COM1
COM2*
USB
CONNECTIONS
Total Current Consumption of Interfaces
The total current consumption at 5V interfaces must not exceed 5A.
each COM*
each USB
each USB (HUB)
TFT/LCD-Display
Max. 5A @ 5V
= 300mA, in total 500mA
= 500mA, in total 2A
= 500mA, in total 2A
The total current consumption at 12V interfaces must not exceed 5A.
each COM*
each USB
each USB (HUB)
TFT/LCD-Display
Max. 5A @ 12V
= 600mA, in total 900mA
= 1,5A, in total 2A
= 1,5A, in total 2A
Power loss of additionally implemented PCI- and PCIe- Controllers is - for
thermic reasons - limited to 10W for each slot and all together to 20W.
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WALL MOUNTING
Wall Mounting
BEETLE /SX
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211.5
3 0 .7
11
Dimensions in mm
Please mind that the screws used have to carry a weight of 7 kg. The
diameter of the four screws must be between 4 mm (min.) and 4.5 mm
(max.). The length of the screws depends on the material of the surface you
are going to mount the device. When mounting the device to a stone or
concrete wall use corresponding dowels.
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WALL MOUNTING
Power Supply
170.6
150.6
The diameter of the two shoulder screws must be 4 mm and the diameter of
the screw heads must be 8 mm. The length of the screws depends on the
material of the surface you are going to mount the device. When mounting
the device to a stone or concrete wall use corresponding dowels.
I/O Hub
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223
The diameter of the two shoulder screws must be 4 mm and the diameter of
the screw heads must be 8 mm. The length of the screws depends on the
material of the surface you are going to mount the device. When mounting
the device to a stone or concrete wall use corresponding dowels.
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GLOSSARY
Glossary
Bit
A bit is a binary digit (0 or 1). It is the smallest unit used in data processing.
Controller
Serves to control data input and output in a data processing system or
between a computer and the connected peripherals.
CPU
Abbreviation of central processing unit. It includes the main components of
a data processing system. The CPU monitors all operations and provides
data and programs. It comprises the control unit for input and output, the
computer and the main memory, divided into ROM and immediate access
storage.
DVI
It is a new standard for digital data transfer. A DVI connection transfers a
digital signal to the monitor without converting it to analog, thereby making
sure that no information is lost or garbled in the digital-to-analog conversion
and following analog-to-digital conversion that can occur in current digital
display devices. DVI has three subsets: DVI-A, for analog signals, DVI-D,
for digital signals, and DVI-I (integrated), for both analog and digital signals.
In the future PCs and laptops are not only equipped with DVI, but also video
devices as DVD.
Interface
Designates the transition point between different hardware units and
software units or between hardware and software units of computers or their
peripherals.
JEIDA
Abbreviation of Japan Electronic Industry Development Association.
Industry standard for memory cards.
Operating system
Refers to all programs that are a component of a computer and are required
for operating the system and executing application programs.
PCIe
Abbreviation of Peripheral Component Interconnect Express. The basis for
the „classical“ bus structure is a parallel architecture, i.e. all connected
terminals share an available bandwidth. With the new technology - PCI
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GLOSSARY
Express - the transfer rates are increased by switched point-to-point
connections. A switch connects two PCIe components at a time with full
bandwidth and speed.
PCMCIA
Abbreviation for Personal Computer Memory Card International Association.
Industry standard for memory cards.
Plug and PLay (PnP)
PnP means the automatic recognition of hardware components by the
system. Thus the installation, integration and configuration of new
components is made substantially easier.
Peripherals
Devices serving as an input/output device or storage for a computer. This
includes, for example, document readers, keyboards, printers and disk
storage.
SATA
Abbreviation for “Serial Advanced Technology Attachments”, a serial
interface. By using the serial transmission SATA will do with a thin
four-wired conductor and a small plug. ATA so far was known for the broad
ribbon cable.
Server
This is a computer connected to a local network and whose services are
available to all of the network subscribers, e.g. a print server for printing the
data from all of the network subscribers on the printer connected to the
server.
VGA
Stands for Video Graphics Array and is the interface for connecting colour
monitors.
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ABBREVIATIONS
Abbreviations
BIOS
BPP
CE
COM
CPU
CRT
cUL
DIMM
DOC
ESC
ESD
HDD
FDD
IEC
LAN
MTBF
MTTR
NV RAM
OS
P-M
POS
PnP
PS
SSD
TCO
TDP
UL
UPS
USB
WAN
W LAN
WN
ZC
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Basic Input Output System
Bits per Pixel (Farbtiefe)
European Symbol of Conformity
RS 232 interface
Central Processor Unit (for example INTEL Celeron-M)
Cathode Ray Tube
Canadian Registration (Recognized by UL)
Dual Inline Memory Module
Disk-On-Chip
Embedded Scale Controller
Electrostatic Discharge
Hard disk drive
Floppy disk drive
International Electrotechnical Commission
Local Area Network
Mean Time Between Failure
Mean Time To Repair
non violate RAM
Operating System
Pentium M (INTEL)
Point Of Sales
Plug and Play, Plug & Play
Power Supply
Solid State Drive (flash medium)
Total Cost of Ownership
Thermal Design Power (INTEL specification)
Underwriters Laboratory (standards)
Uninterruptable Power Supply
Universal Serial Bus
Wide Area Network
Wireless Local Area Network
Wincor Nixdorf International GmbH
Zero Cache (technical detail for CPU)

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