Planex BT-02MU User Manual

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User’s Manual

For

Bluetooth

Mini Optical

Cordless Mouse Extra

BT-02MU

Overview

Bluetooth is a low-power wireless networking standard, which uses short radio links to allow electronic devices to communicate with other without using cables.

The following services are supported by Bluetooth technology:

Synchronize your Bluetooth PDA with your computer.

Send your business cad to anyone who has a Bluetooth enabled device.

Send or receive files to or from anyone who has a Bluetooth enabled device.

Send an e-mail without being wired to the network.

Dial up to internet on your computer over your Bluetooth cellular phone.

Send a fax from your computer over your Bluetooth cellular phone.

Chat with anyone who has a Bluetooth enable computer.

Play a one-on-one serial game without a cable.

Most Bluetooth enabled devices may act as:

„

A Bluetooth host – can provide one or more services, such as access to the

„

„ internet or to other Bluetooth devices.

A Bluetooth client – can use the service provided by Bluetooth servers.

Bluetooth devices can act as both host and client, and do both at the same

Introduction

time.

You will enjoy the freedom to use this Bluetooth mini optical cordless mouse practically anywhere. Not only does the optical tracking engine allow it to work well on most surfaces, but the fact that it’s wireless means you can use it in your left or right hand. There’s no cable to clutter your desk and tether you to your computer.The wireless mouse makes it easy and comfortable to use, regardless of the size of your hand. And the optical engine provides accurate and responsive cursor movement unhampered by performance-inhibiting dirt and dust buildup.

BT-02MU has made setting up Bluetooth devices as simple as turning them on and clicking through an intuitive setup assistant. The new wireless mouse is perfect for you, especially when you take your laptop on trips. The mouse has been designed with an off-switch that lets you save battery power when you travel. And you only need to put the mouse in the on position to reestablish its wireless link with your laptop.

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System Requirement

PC System Requirement:

CPU: Intel Pentium III 500MHz or above.

Memory: 256MB or more.

Hard Disk Space: at least 50MB.

OS: Windows 2000/XP

USB 1.1 compliant port.

CD-ROM Drive.

Mac System Requirement:

MAC OS: 10.1.4 or later

Mac OS driver and software provided by Apple.

USB 1.1 compliant port.

CD-ROM Drive.

Package Contents

Bluetooth mini optical cordless mouse.

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Bluetooth USB charging receiver (Base Station).

CD-ROM (Manual / Driver & Utility)

Quick Installation Guide

PLANEX Bag

2 pcs. Rechargeable AAA-1.2 Ni-Mh Battery

Software Installation

Note: Do not plug your Bluetooth USB Adapter into USB port until you have completed the software installation as the following:

1. Insert the CD-ROM into your CD-ROM drive. The “InstallShield Wizard” should automatically start running. If it doesn’t load, run its “Setup.exe” file.

2. A window appears for you to choose your preferred language for this installation.

Click

“OK”

to continue.

3. Wait for the setup preparation.

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4. The

“IVT BlueSoleil Setup”

window should now appear, Click

“Next”

.

5. Select “Yes” to proceed with the installation.

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6. Click

“Yes”

to accept License Agreement.

7. Click

“Next”

to install the driver to the default folder. Click

“Browse”

and select another folder if you wish to relocate your driver.

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8. Wait for the setup.

9. Wait for Bluetooth device installation.

10. Check “Yes” and click “Finish” to restart your computer.

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Hardware Installation

Install USB Adapter

1. Insert the USB dongle into an available USB port after installing the driver and restarting your computer. You will see a system notice of “new USB devices found” . Click “Next” to register. To boot from a different location, mark “install from a list or specific location”

and click

“Next” to continue.

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2. Wait while the wizard searches for your USB dongle.

3. Click on

“Finish”

while the search is completed.

Pairing Guide

What’s pairing?

Pairing is a process of associating Bluetooth devices with each other. It allows avoiding entering access information every time when a connection is requested. Bluetooth devices need to be paired with each other before attempting a connection at first time.

Paired devices will remain paired, even if:

1. One of the devices is un-powered.

2. A service connection is interrupted or stopped.

3. One or both devices are rebooted.

Passkey

Paired devices share a unique Passkey (also referred to as Link Key), by which they authenticate with each other when connecting. The Passkey can be alphanumeric, numbers, or letters, and must consist of one or up to 16 characters.

How to pair devices?

Automatically -- If a passkey is required before connection, devices will pair automatically the first time they connect (a passkey must be successfully exchanged).

Manually -- In the main window of BlueSoleil, right click a device, select Pair Device from the pop up menu, and then input a same passkey on both sides.

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Connect and Disconnect

Connect

There are two ways to set up a Bluetooth connection.

Select Remote Device First

Select a remote device and double click it to refresh its services. Bluetooth passkey may be asked if security level of either side of the connection is set to

“High”

and they are not paired devices. After service searching finished, the services that the remote device supports are found and the corresponding service icons on the top of the main window will change to be pink color.

Double click the pink color service icon you want to connect on the top of the Main Window.

Connection will be in process. After connection is OK, the remote device and the service icon will turn green.

Note:

PAN : If the PAN server side does not connect to a DHCP server, it will take about 45 seconds to assign the IP address for the PAN client. Users have to wait about 45 seconds before using

TCP/IP.

DUN: There will be a dial-up dialog box. The user needs to input the ISP phone number, its name and the password.

FTP

: After connection is completed, a FTP window will pop up. The window shows the shared directories of the remote device. The window may be empty if there is no file or directory on the remote site.

OPP: There are four kinds of operation modes for OPP; Send My Card, Get Card, Send

Objects and Exchange Cards. At the beginning, the default operation is Send My Card. Users can right click the icon to select operation on the pop up menu. Send My Card will send my card directly to the remote device. Get Card will try to require the owner’s card from the remote device. Exchange Cards will send my card first and then get the remote device card.

Send Objects will pop up a file dialog box to let users to select some object files to send to the remote device. Object means the files in the format of vCards2.1, vCalendar1.0, vMessage and vNote.

Synchronization:

There will be a dialog to let user to operate.

Printer:

After the connection is established, users can use the printer to print with any other

Windows applications that support printing.

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Select Service Icon First

Select a service icon on the top of the main Window. If you have ever browsed the services of some remote devices, the device that supports the service will be highlighted in yellow.

Double click the remote browse first to check whether the device has the service and then connect to it. If the remote device does not have the service, connection will fail. The

Bluetooth passkey may be asked if the security level of either side of the connection is set to

High and they are not paired devices.

Note:

There are corresponding operation menu on the remote device icon and the service icon.

Users can also start the connection using the pop up menu.

Disconnect

Select the remote device first and right click the service icon on the top of the main window.

On the pop up menu, select Disconnect.

Select the remote device and right click the device icon. On the pop up menu, select

Disconnect / submenu (the connection you want to disconnect).

With FTP and Synchronization, close their operation window and the connection will be disconnected.

The remote device side can disconnect the connection directly.

If the local Bluetooth device is removed or the remote device is removed, all the connections will be disconnected. If the remote device moves out of the radio range, all the connections with the remote device will be disconnected after about 1 minute.

Note:

When the program starts, It will show some words in the bottom right hand corner of the screen.

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An example to use “BlueSoleil” program.

Please follow the instructions below.

1. Click the Bluetooth Icon located right hand side of the taskbar to open

“BlueSoleil” program.

Or click

“BlueSoleil”

on your desktop screen.

1. The main window of IVT BlueSoleil should appear on the screen.

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2. Click on the

“Sun”

icon of the solar system to see your available Bluetooth devices.

Or click “My Bluetooth” and select “Bluetooth Device Discovery” to perform search.

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3. Wait while search performing.

4. While the search is done, scroll up and down to find the devices you are looking for.

5. Right click the device icon and select

“Pair Device”

.

6. Enter your preferred passkey on the screen and click “OK” . You will now be asked to enter the same passkey to your client device to complete “pairing” .

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7. While Bluetooth connection is established between devices, the device icon should appear with a red “ √ ” to indicate completion of pairing and connecting.

8. As long as the connection between devices is built, it will last permanently. In other words, the connection will be auto-established whenever the Windows runs.

9. Click “Yes”, if you wish to create a shortcut for this connection on your desktop in the future.

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10. You may continue to pair as many devices as you desire, and connect up to 7 devices at once.

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How to un-pair devices?

In the main window of BlueSoleil, right click a paired device; select “Unpair” from the pop up menu.

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Chapter for Mac Users

How to add Bluetooth to your Mac?

IMPORTANT INFORMATION FOR MAX OS X USERS:

Bluetooth support for Mac OS X is still in development but will be supported natively with the full release of Mac OS X Version 10.2. As of now, the beta drivers for Bluetooth support can be downloaded from the Apple website at http://www.apple.com

.

To enable Bluetooth on your Mac is as following:

1. Download and install the Technology Preview 2 software. (Double-click “Apple

Bluetooth.pkg.”)

2. Plug in the Bluetooth USB Adapter to available USB port on your PowerBook G4, iBook,

PowerMac Ge or iMac (for the PowerMac G4 and iMac, you can attach the Bluetooth

USB adapter to a free USB port on your keyboard.)

3. Launch the Bluetooth software to find Bluetooth enabled devices within range of your computer to pair with.

4. Select the Bluetooth device on the list and click the Pair button.

5. Connection is now completed.

Please refer to the Apple website for further information on Bluetooth support and updates at http://www.info.apple.com

For more application references, please read the user’s manual provided by IVT which is saved in the CD-ROM.

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Technical Support

For support of your other Bluetooth devices, contact your device manufacturer. Go to My

Bluetooth Places>Help for support of your Bluetooth USB Adapter and advanced information about Bluetooth:

Bluetooth for

Basic Operations

Client Application

Technical Supports

Troubleshooting

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Specification of Bluetooth USB Adapter

Standard

Frequency Band

Interface

Bluetooth 1.2, Class II

2.40 ~ 2.4835 GHz Unlicensed ISM band

USB 1.1

Sensitivity

Transmission Power

Data Speed

Operation Temperature

Humidity

DC Power

Power Consumption

-80dBm @0.1%BER

0dBm

Up to 723 kbps

-10~55 degree Celsius

10% ~ 90% non-condensing

5V (from USB)

35mA

Operating Range

Package Dimensions

Dimension

Weight

Package Weight

10 meters (33 feet)

14.5*20.5*5 mm

6.9*1.9*0.85 mm

10g

205 g

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CE Statements

This device has bee tested and found to comply with the requirements set up in the council directive on the approximation of the law of member states relating to EMC Directive 89/336/EEC, Low Voltage Directive 73/23/EEC and

R&TTE Directive 99/5/EC.

FCC Safety Statements

This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC rules. Operation is subject to the following two conditions:

1. This device may not cause harmful interference.

2. This device must accept m\any interference received, including interference that may cause undesired operation.

The radiated output power is far below the FCC Radio frequency exposure limits.

Nevertheless, this device should be used in such a manner that the potential for human contact during normal operation is minimized.

Warning: Change or modifications made to this equipment not expressly approved by the manufacturer. May void the FCC authorization to operate this equipment.

Important

This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential installation. This equipment generates uses and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio communication. However, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation. If this equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or television reception, which can be determined by turning the equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or more of the following measures:

- Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.

- Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver.

- Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the receiver is connected.

- Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help.

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Regulatory Information

Bluetooth

This equipment is qualified according to Bluetooth Core Specification, version 1.2

Special notices for use in France and Italy:

France

Dispositif a’ faible puissance (imW), pas de limitation pour son usage a’ l’interieur ou a’ l’exterieur.

Low power device (1mW), no limitation for indoor or outdoor use.

Italy

E’ necessaria la concessione ministeriale anche per l’useo Verifcare con I rivenditori la procedura da seguire.

License required for use. Check with your reseller for the procedure you need to follow.

Copyright and Trademark Notices.

Products and brand names may be the trademarks or registered trademarks of their respective owners.

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Warranty

The manufacturer warrants that the

Bluetooth USB Adapter

shall conform to their published specifications, which maybe subject to change, and remain free from defects in materials and workmanship under normal, proper and intended use within warranty period, provide that proof of purchase be furnished with any returned equipment.

During the warranty period, if any component part of the equipment becomes defective by reason of material or workmanship, the manufacturer is immediately notified of such defect.

The manufacturer shall supply a replacement part or request return of equipment, freight prepaid, and its designated facility for repair. In the event that no fault is found on a product returned for repair, the manufacturer reserves the right to charge the customer its standard published repair charge.

This warranty shall not apply to any product that has been subject to misuse, bending, neglect, alteration, improper installation, operation outside of the parameters of the published specification, use in any non-approved countries or unauthorized repair performed by anyone other than a the manufacturer designated repair facility. Any non-warranty repairs or maintenance shall be at the manufacturer’s standard rates in effect at the time.

This warranty is in lieu of all other warranties, whether expressed, implied, or statutory, including but not limited to, implied warranties or merchantability and fitness for a particular purpose. In no event shall the manufacturer be liable, whether in contract, in tort, or on any other basis, for any damage sustained by its customers or any other person arising from or related to loss of use, failure or interruption in the operation any products, or delay in maintenance, or for incidental, consequential, indirect, or special damages or liabilities, or for loss of revenue, loss of business or other financial loss arising out of or in connection with the sale, maintenance use, performance, failure, or interruption of these products.

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