P2100 User Manual
P2100
User Manual
Version 1.0
Errors excepted; subject to change
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
COPYRIGHT
4
SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
5
1 PACKING LIST
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1-1. Standard Accessories
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1-2. Optional Accessories
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2 SYSTEM VIEW
7
2-1. Rear View with Optional LPT Port 7
2-2. Specification
8
2-3. Internal Layout
9
3 PIN DEFINITION
10
4 REAR I/O INTERFACE
12
5 SYSTEM ASSEMBLY & DISASSEMBLY
14
5-1. HDD
14
5-2. CF- Card
14
5-3. MSR
16
5-4. UPS Battery
16
5-5. Cable Cover
17
5-6. 15” 2nd Display
5-7. Internal VFD
17
21
5-8. Wi-Fi
5-9. 8” 2nd Display
5-10. 1D / 2D / iButton with RFID Module
5-11. Pole type VFD VD1220
22
24
27
28
6 DEVICE DRIVER INSTALLATION
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6-1. Resistive Type Touch Panel & P-CAP
30
6-2. MagStripe Card Reader Configuration Utility 36
6-3. Fingerprint Reader
51
6-4. RFID
6-5. Internal VFD
6-6. Configuration Utility of I-Button Reader
6-7. Installation and Testing of Smart Card Reader
6-8. WiFI
6-9. Pole type VFD VD1
61
71
75
86
94
7 BIOS/UTILITY SETUP
99
8 LCD SURFACE CLEANING
110
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COPYRIGHT
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SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
1. Read these instructions carefully. Keep these instructions for future reference.
2. P
lease disconnect this equipment from AC outlet before cleaning. Don’t use liquid or sprayed
detergent for cleaning. Use moisture sheet or cloth for cleaning.
3. Please keep this equipment from humidity.
4. Lay this equipment on a reliable surface when install. A drop or fall could cause injury.
5. M
ake sure power cord such a way that people can not step on it. Do not place anything over the
power cord.
6. All cautions and warnings on the equipment should be noted.
7. If the equipment is not used for long time, disconnect the equipment from main to avoid being
damaged by transient over voltage.
8. Never pour any liquid into opening, this could cause fire or electrical shock.
9. If one of the following situations arises, get the equipment checked by a service personnel:
a. The power cord or plug is damaged.
b. Liquid has penetrated into the equipment.
c. The equipment has been exposed to moisture.
d. The equipment does not work well or you can not get it work according to user manual.
e. The equipment has dropped and damaged.
10. D
o not leave this equipment in an environment unconditioned, storage temperature below -20°C or
above 60°C, it may damage the equipment.
11. Unplug the power cord when doing any service or adding optional kits.
Lithium Battery Caution:
Danger of explosion can happen if the battery is incorrectly replaced, Replace only the original or equivalent
type recommended by the manufacture. Dispose used batteries according to the manufacture’s instructions.
Do not remove the cover, and ensure no user serviceable components are inside. Take the unit to the
service center for service and repair.
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PACKING LIST
1-1. Standard Accessories
MODULES*:
MSR
1D/ 2D BARC
NER
RFID (13,56M
IBUTTON
SMARTCARD
FINGERPRINT
a. System (with stand)
b. Power Adapter
c. Power Cord
d. Driver Bank
e. Screw
f. Cable Cover
1-2. Optional Accessories
Modules*:
Accessories:
MSR
Build-in VFD
1D/2D barcode scanner
Pole VFD
RFID (13,56 MHz)
8” pole customer display
iButton
15” pole customer display
Smart card reader
UPS battery
Fingerprint reader
*Note: Nearly all modules are also available as 2-in-1 or 3-in-1 solution.
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Optional LPT Port
2 SYSTEM VIEW
2-1. Rear View with Optional LPT Port
ard
Rear View Standard
CODE SCAN-
MHZ)
D READER
T READER
* Please
sureplug
19V DC
plug right
in the right
*Please make
sure make
19V DC
in the
direction
before
plugging
in
DC
jack.
direction before plugging in DC jack.
TON/Fingerprint/RFID(Option)
Item
1.19V DC Input
8. USB 2.0/1.1 X4
9. RJ45(LAN)
2.PS2(K/B)
10.RJ11(Cash Drawer)
3.RJ45(COM 4 for
External VFD)
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4.UPS Battery(Option)
11.Line-Out
5.COM2
17. HDD/CFast CARD
18.VFD(Option)
12.Mic
13.COM1
6.COM3
14.Parallel port
(Option :Alterative to COM 3)
7.VGA
15.Power Button
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16.MSR/Smart Card/i-Button
/Fingerprint /RFID (Option)
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2-2. Specification
Processor
Intel® Celeron J1900 Quad Core 2.0Ghz
Memory
One SO-DIMM socket supports DDR3L up to 8GB
Audio
Line-out/Mic-in
Network
RJ45 10/100/1000 Base-T
USB
4*USB 2.0
Storage
CFast card / 2.5” SATAII HDD / SSD
BIOS
Insyde BIOS
Power
AC 19V 90W Adaptor
Thermal Solution
Fan-less
Dimension
368 (W) x 264.2 (H) x 285 (D) mm
Operating Temperature
0°C ~ 35°C
Storage Temperature
-20°C ~ 60°C
Storage Humidity
20% ~ 80%, non-condensing
Display
LCD Panel Size
15-inch TFT LED LCD
Resolution
1024*768 Pixels
Brightness
350 cd/m2
Touch Panel
5-wire Resistive Type / Projected Capacitive Type optional
Note:
Intel® Celeron J1900 CPU does not support POSReady 2009
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3 PIN DEFINITION
1. COM 5 for Touch Panel (CN 7)
Pin
Function
Pin
Function
Pin
Function
1
T_UR
3
T_SG
5
T_LR
2
T_UL
4
T_LL
2. Parallel J1
Pin NO.
Pin Name
Description
Pin NO.
Pin Name
Description
1
STB#
Printer Strobe
14
AFD#
Printer Auto Line Feed
2
PD0
Parallel Port DATA0
15
ERR#
Printer Error
3
PD1
Parallel Port DATA1
16
INIT#
Printer Initialize
4
PD2
Parallel Port DATA2
17
SLIN#
Printer Select Input
5
PD3
Parallel Port DATA3
18
GND
Ground
6
PD4
Parallel Port DATA4
19
GND
Ground
7
PD5
Parallel Port DATA5
20
GND
Ground
8
PD6
Parallel Port DATA6
9
PD7
Parallel Port DATA7
10
ACK#
Printer Acknowledge
11
BUSY
Printer Busy
12
PE
Printer Paper End
13
SLCT
Printer Select
3. Line-out J2
Pin NO.
Pin Name
Description
1
GND
Ground
2
GND
Ground
3
Line OUT R
Line out
4
Line OUT L
Line out
5
Detect
Detect
4. VFD Connector CN12
Pin NO.
Pin Name
Description
1
5V
+5V
2
NDSR
DSR
3
GND
Ground
4
NRTS
DTR
5
NRTS
RTS
6
NCTS
CTS
7
NTXD
TXD
8
NRXD
RXD
9
GND
Ground
10
12C
+12V
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5. Mic J3
8. Inverter CN9
Pin NO.
Pin Name
Description
Pin NO.
Pin Name
Description
1
GND
Ground
1
VCC
+12V
2
GND
Ground
2
GND
Ground
3
Mic R
Mic
3
NC
NC
4
Mic L
Mic
4
BKL_CTL
Back Light Brightness
5
Detect
Detect
5
BKL_EN
Back Light Enable
6. Speaker SP1
9. Extra USB CN8
Pin NO.
Pin Name
Description
Pin NO.
Pin Name
Description
1
+
Speaker +
1
VCC
+5V
2
-
Speaker -
2
- DATA
D-
3
+ DATA
D+
4
GND
Ground
5
GND
Ground
7. LVDS CN 13
Pin NO.
Pin Name
Description
1
GND
Ground
2
GND
Ground
3
DATA 3+
LVDS Output DATA3+
4
DATA 3-
LVDS Output DATA3-
5
GND
Ground
6
CLK+
LVDS CLK+
7
CLK-
LVDS CLK-
8
GND
Ground
9
DATA 2+
LVDS Output DATA2+
10
DATA 2-
LVDS Output DATA2-
11
GND
Ground
12
DATA 1+
LVDS Output DATA1+
13
DATA 1-
LVDS Output DATA1-
14
GND
Ground
15
DATA 0+
LVDS Output DATA0+
16
DATA 0-
LVDS Output DATA0-
17
GND
Ground
18
GND
Ground
19
LVDVCC
+3.3V
20
LVDVCC
+3.3V
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4 REAR I/O INTERFACE
1. COM1’ COM2’ COM3 port
4
Pin
Signal
Function
1
CD
Carrier Detect (IN)
RD
Rear2I/O Interface
3
Receive Data (IN)
TD
Transmit Data(OUT)
DTR
1. COM1’4COM2’ COM3
port
5
2.
GND
6
Signal
Pi
n
1
2
3
4
Data Terminal
Ready(OUT)
Ground
DSR
Function
7
Data Set Ready (In)
Pin
RTS
Request To Send (OUT)
CD
Carrier Detect (IN)
6
8
CTS
Clear To Send (IN)
RD
Receive Data (IN)
7
9
Ring/5V/12V
Setting by BIOS 8
TD
Transmit Data(OUT)
DTR
Data Terminal Ready(OUT)
9
port. Warning!!
GND
GroundCOM4 (RJ45 Connector ) for
5COM4
Signal
Function
DSR
RTS
CTS
Ring/5V/12V
Data Set Ready (In)
Request To Send (OUT)
Clear To Send (IN)
Setting by BIOS
COM 4 port will be inactive if POS has internal
external VFD use only. Never use on network device. VFD. (Alternative of COM 4 or internal VFD)
COM4
port
. Warning!!
COM4
(RJ45
Connector
If you are
using
on the network
device
will cause
the ) for external VFD use only. Never use on
network
device. If you are using on the network device will cause the device damaged.
device damaged.
Pin 1: +5V / +12V
Pin 2: DSR#
Pin 3: GND
Pin 4: DTR#
Pin 5: RTS#
Pin 6: CTS#
Pin 7: TxD
Pin 8: RxD
1 2 3 4 5 6 78
Jumper for COM4
Voltage Setting
2. VGA port
VGA port
Pin
I/O
Function
1
Out
Red Video
2
Out
Green Video
3
Out
Blue Video
4
In
Monitor ID 2
5
-
TTL Ground
(Monitor Self Test)
-
Red Analogue Ground
-
Green Analogue
Ground
8
-
Blue Analogue Ground
9
-
Key (Plugged Hole)
10
-
Sync Ground
11
In
Monitor ID 0
In
Monitor ID 1
13
Out
Horizonal Sync
14
Out
Vertical Sync
15
In
Monitor ID 3
6
3. USB port
7
12 port
4. PS/2 K/B
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3. USB port
4. PS/2 K/B port
Pin
Signal
Name
Wire Colour
Comment
1
Vcc
Red
Cable Power
2
- Data
White
Data Transfer
3
+ Data
Green
Data Transfer
4
Ground
Black
Cable Ground
Shell
Shield
-
Drain Wire
5. LAN port
Pin
Signal Name
1
Data from Device
2
Not Connected
3
Ground
4
+5V DC
5
Clock
6
Not Connected
6. RJ11 port (for Cash drawer)
Pin
Wire Colour
Description
Pin
Signal Name
Direction
1
White/Orange
Transmit
1
Frame GND
-
2
Orange
Transmit
2
Output
3
White/Green
Receive
4
Blue
Not Used
Drawer Kickout drive signal
1
5
White/Blue
Not Used
3
Input
6
Green
Receive
Cash Drawer
Status
7
White/Brown
Not Used
4
+12V
-
8
Brown
Not Used
5
N/C
-
6
Signal GND
-
7. DC Jack
Pin
Signal Name
1
DC IN 19V
2
Ground
3
DC IN 19V
Example DOS COMMAND for Cash Drawer:
1. Create the file: TEST.TXT
2. Input below contents in TEST.TXT
CONTEXT-"000.0”
MODE COM6:300
3. Run COMMAND under DOS mode
COPY TEST.TXT COM6
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5 SYSTEM ASSEMBLY & DISASSEMBLY
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System Assembly & Disassembly
5-1. HDD
5-1. HDD
UP
thethe
HDD
cover
screw*2
1.1. Unfasten
Unfasten
HDD
cover
screw*2
2.2. Pull
Pulloutout
HDD
bracket
thethe
HDD
bracket
3. Fasten the screw*4
4.3. Fasten
Placethe
thescrew*4
HDD bracket back to the module
4. Place the HDD bracket back to the module
5-2. MSR
5-2. CF-Card
1. Please notice the unnotched CFast Card . This side up.
1.
2.
3.
4.
14
Open the MSR cover
Single MSR or 4in1MSR
Screw*2 M3x10L
Fasten the screw
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2. Before Installing CF Card.
3. After Installing CF Card.
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1.
2.
3.
4.
Unfasten the HDD cover screw*2
Pull out the HDD bracket
Fasten the screw*4
Place the HDD bracket back to the module
5-3. MSR
5-2. MSR
1. Open the MSR cover
2. Single MSR or 3-in-1 MSR
3. Screw*2 M3x10L
4. Fasten the screw
1. Open the MSR cover
2. 5-4.
SingleUPS
MSRBattery
or 4in1MSR
3.
Screw*2
M3x10L
e two rubbers on the located position of the Stand Bracket.
4. Fasten the screw
Positioning
hole
5-3. UPS Battery
14
ve two cable ties through the stand bracket. Place the battery pack in
(2) Reeve two cable ties through the stand
(1) Paste two rubbers on the located position
and bind the cable
ties tightly. Then cut the extra tail from cable ties. bracket. Place the battery pack in position
of the Stand Bracket.
ning hole
and bind the cable ties tightly. Then cut the
extra tail from cable ties.
ve the cable from the battery pack through the stand bracket and click the
ck.
ble cover
(3) Reeve the cable from the battery pack through the stand bracket.
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itioning hole
ve the cable from the battery pack through the stand bracket and click the
ck.
ble cover
5-5. cable cover
eeve the cable from the battery pack through the stand bracket and click the
e lock.
cable cover
ble the cable cover from bottom and make sure the two latches are on the
sition.
Then
2 screws
mble the
cablefasten
cover from
bottom(M3*5L).
and make sure the two latches are on the
position. Then
fastenthe2 screws
(M3*5L).
Assemble
cable cover
from bottom
and make sure the two latches are on the right position.
Then fasten 2 screws (M3*5L).
5”
2nd
15”
2ndDisplay
Display
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* Power supply must be replaced to 120W above power adapter.
(1) Remove the plastic pole cover from the stand.
5-6. 8"/15" 2nd Display
* Power
supply
be replaced to 120W above power adapter.
* Power supply must be replaced to 120W
above
power must
adapter.
(1) Remove the plastic pole cover from the stand.
(2) Install the pole into the socket in clockwise direction.
* Power supply must be replaced to 120W above power adapter.
(1) Remove the plastic pole cover from the stand.
(2) Install the pole into the socket in clockwise direction.
(1) R
emove the plastic pole cover from
the stand.
(2) Install the pole into the socket in clockwise direction.
(3) Fasten the four screws (M4*8L) to joint the VESA bracket and the rear cove
(3) Fasten the four screws (M4*8L) to joint the VESA bracket and the rear
(3) Fasten the four screws (M4*8L) to joint the VESA bracket and the rear cover.
(2) Install the pole into the socket in clockwise
direction.
(3) Fasten the four screws (M4*8L) to joint the
VESA bracket and the rear cover.
(4) Connect the COM port, DC cable as shown in figure . (Please refer to pag
60 to set the COM port pin9 with 12V DC output.)
(5) Connect the VGA cable as shown in figure .
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(4) Connect the COM port, DC cable as shown in figure . (Please refer to page
(4) Connect the COM port, DC cable as shown in figure
60 to set the COM port pin9 with 12V DC output.)
60 to set the COM port pin9 with 12V DC output.)
(5) Connect the VGA cable as shown in figure .
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. (Please refer t
(5) Connect the VGA cable as shown in figure .
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(8) Route the cables through the opening of stand front cover and cable clip at
bottom and route the cables into the tube of pole.
6) Connect the audio cable as shown in figure.
7) Assemble the cable cover from bottom and make sure (9)
the two
latches
on
Reeve
theare
cables
the right position, and fasten the two screws (M3*5L).
(4) Connect the COM port, DC cable as shown
in figure (1). (Please refer to page 12 to set
the COM port pin9 with 12V DC output.)
out of the tube.
(8) Route the cables through the opening of stand
front cover and cable clip at the bottom and route
the cables into the tube of pole.
(5) Connect the VGA cable as shown in figure (2).
(6) Connect the audio cable as shown in figure(3).
(7) Assemble the cable cover from bottom and
make sure the two latches are on the right
position, and fasten the two screws (M3*5L).
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8) Route the cables through the opening of stand front cover and cable clip at the
bottom and route the cables into the tube of pole.
(10) Mount the VESA bracket on the pole and route cables out of the tube of VES
bracket. Fasten the thumb screw to fix the VESA bracket.
9) Reeve the cables out of the tube.
Mount the VESA bracket on the pole and route cables(11)
out of
the tube
of DC
VESA
Connect
the
power cable as shown in figure.
ket. Fasten the
to fix the
(10)cable
Mountasthe
VESAinbracket
on the pole and
(9)thumb
Reevescrew
the cables
out VESA
of the bracket.
tube. (12) Connect the VGA
shown
figure.
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route
cables
out
of
the
tube of VESA
(13) Connect the Audio cable as shown in figure.
bracket. Fasten the thumb screw to fix
the VESA bracket.
Connect the DC power cable as shown in figure.
Connect the VGA cable as shown in figure.
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Connect the Audio cable as shown in figure.
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as shown in figure.
(11) Connect the DC power cable
wn in figure.
sho
as
le
(12) Connect the VGA cab
wn in figure.
sho
as
le
(13) Connect the Audio cab
bracket.
VESAcable
e of
(11) Connect the DC
power
as shown in
figure (1).
(14) Put the cable cover on the hing
18 as shown in figure (2).
(12) C
onnect the VGA cable
(13) Connect the Audio cable as shown in
figure (3).
(14) Put the cable cover on the hinge of VESA
bracket.
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5-7. Internal VFD
Item
Operation procedure
Remark
1
Prepare all components as Fig 1
2
Assemble holder & hinge assy by TAPPING SCREW P/H 2.6φ*5 x2 pcs(As Fig 2)
Torque 2Kgf
3
Fix VFD module on holder assy by TAPPING SCREW P/H 2.6φ*5 x4 pcs as Fig 3
Torque 2Kgf
4
Screw VFD module on VFD cover by TAPPING SCREW P/H 2.6φ*5 x 2pcs AS fig 4)
Torque 2Kgf
5
Fix VFD module on rear cover by TAPPING SCREW R/H M3*8L x 2pcs (As Fig 5)
Torque 2Kgf
6
The VFD cable must be around to capacitor H below, so as not to interfere hinge action (As Fig 6)
Item
P/N and Component
1
20D990002-000B DISPLAY MODULE VFD *1
2
68D350235-000B COVER FOR VFD *1
3
78D300021-000B HOLDER FOR VFD *1
4
26D100005-000B HINGE ASSY FOR VFD *1
5
64D426051-000T SCREW TAPPING P/H 2.6φ*5 *8
6
64D430088-000T SCREW TAPPING R/H M3*8L *2
7
35D510480-000B CABLE 16P femail TO 8P female*1
Item
Action item
1
Wear cotton gloves, wrist strap and may not wear watches, rings, etc.
2
Screws to lock in place and can not lost
3
Electric screwdriver Torque to be regularly calibrated,
☆ Alternative of external COM4 (RJ45 Connector) or Internal VFD.
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5-8 Wi-Fi
1. Connect the antenna to Wi-Fi module, fastening the Wi-Fi Module to the Rubber,
then fasten WI-Fi Module and antenna on VFD cover.
2. Assemble VFD cover and Back panel with 2 screws. Then connect Wi-Fi /MSR cable to Wi-Fi module.
2. Connect Wi-Fi /MSR cable to M/B.
☆ Alternative of WiFi or Internal VFD.
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5-9 8” 2nd Display
1. Remove the plastic pole cover from the stand.
2.Install the pole into the socket in clockwise direction.
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3. Connect VGA cable and DC power cable
4. Fasten the four screws (M4*8L) to joint the VESA bracket and the rear cover.
5. Reeve the cables out of the tube.
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6. Mount the VESA bracket on the pole and route cables out of the tube of VESA bracket.
Fasten the thumb screw to fix the VESA bracket.
7. Reeve the cables out from the bottom of pole.
8. Route the cables through the opening of stand front cover and cable clip at the
bottom and route the cables into the tube of pole.
9. Connect the DC power cable as shown in figure.
To setup COM port PIN9 with 12V DC output from BIOS setup, please refer to page 12,
Advanced Chipset Features / COM port PIN9 setting.
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10. Connect the VGA cable as shown.
11. Put the cable cover on the hinge of VESA bracket.
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5-10. 1D / 2D / iButton with RFID Module
(1) Cable installation.
For iButton with RFID module; For 2D
barcode scanner with RFID module:
Connect the cable as shown.
(3) Fix the screws as shown.
(2) For 1D barcode scanner with RFID
module: Connect the cable as shown.
* Before COM port cable connection, please
setup COM port PIN9 with 5V DC output
from BIOS setup.
Please refer to page 12, Advanced Chipset
Features / COM port PIN9 setting.
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5-11 Pole type VFD VD1220
1 Take VFD panel and two VFD poles out from the package box and Install two tubes into one pole and reeve the cable from the VFD panel through the socket of stand.
VFD Panel
VFD Pole
2 For the foot ring assembly, please install the foot
ring into the socket in clockwise direction.
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3 Then install the pole into the foot ring.
4 Then connect RJ45 cable to POS terminal’s RJ45 port
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6 DEVICE DRIVER INSTALLATION
6-1. Resistive Type Touch Panel and P-CAP
1. Click “Next”
2. Click “Next”
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3. Click “Next”
4. Select “None”, Click “Next”.
5. Click “OK”
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6. Select “Support Multi-Monitor System”, Click “Next”.
7. Click “Next”.
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8. Click “Next”.
9 Click “Next”
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10. Select “Create a eGalaxTouch Utility shortcut on desktop”, Click “Next”.
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11. Would you do 4 point calibration now? Click “Yes”.
12. Do 4 points aligrment to match display
13. Calibration utility
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6-2. MagStripe Card Reader Configuration Utility
1 Combo USB HID MSR
The MagStripe Card Reader Configuration Utility is used to set up the output format of HIDMSR-20
Installation
Below steps guide you how to install the Utility program.
1 Insert the setup CD
2 Run the HIDMSR-20 Utility.exe setup file that is located in the Software folder of CD.
3 Follow the wizard to complete the installation.
Launching Program
Below steps guide you how to load the Utility program.
1 From Start/Programs, click HIDMSR20 folder
2 Click MagStripe Card Reader Configuration Utility to launch the program.
1 The utility program will detect the connected reader. If detected, all the input text boxes
will be enabled.
2 If the reader has not been connected to PC yet, please connect the reader and then click
Refresh to get connected.
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Configuration
Below is the main window of Utility program.
For the settings, there are:
1 L
anguage: The language defines the code positions of the keyboard. Each language should use its own
settings. Wrong language selected will cause the wrong character displayed.
2 P
refix/Suffix: Defines the data string which you would like to append in front or end of the MSR data
string.
3 Error Message: Indicates which track number cause the error.
4 Delimiter: Indicates the swipe result.
5 ISO: Define start and end sentinel character.
6 Decode Mode: Determines the way of outputting the three tracks data.
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Shown below is the data structure of the output string for MSR.
PP PR1 SS1 TK1 ES1 SU1 PR2 SS2 TK2 ES2 SU2 PR3 SS3 TK3 TK3 SU3 SU DM
1 PP: Prefix for package.
1 SU2: Suffix for track 2.
2 PR1: Prefix for track 1.
2 PR3: Prefix for track 3.
3 SS1: Start sentinel for track 1.
3 SS3: Start sentinel for track 3.
4TK1: Data for track 1, if error happens, using
Error Message instead.
4TK3: Data for track 3, if error happens, using
Error Message instead..
5 ES1: End sentinel for track 1.
5 ES3: End sentinel for track 3.
6 SU1: Suffix for track 1.
6 SU3: Suffix for track 3.
7 PR2: Prefix for track 2.
7 SU: Suffix for package.
8 SS2: Start sentinel for track 2.
8 DM: Delimiter for the swipe result.
9TK2: Data for track 2, if error happens, using
Error Message instead.
10 ES2: End sentinel for track 2.
Prefix/Suffix
In default, the prefix and suffix settings are all keep blank. There are 4 kinds of prefix and suffix to be
defined, which are:
1 P
ackage: For the prefix string, it is appended in the front of the whole MSR data. For the suffix, it is
appended in the end of the whole MSR data. In most case, the suffix for package is always to be the
“Enter” or “Tab” character. The max data length of the prefix and suffix for the package can be up to
127.
2 T
K1: For the prefix string, it is appended in the front of the start sentinel of track 2. For the suffix, it is
appended in the end of the end sentinel of track 2. The max data length of the prefix and suffix for the
TK1 can be up to 127.
3 T
K2: For the prefix string, it is appended in the front of the start sentinel of track 2. For the suffix, it is
appended in the end of the end sentinel of track 2. The max data length of the prefix and suffix for the
TK1 can be up to 127.
4 T
K3: For the prefix string, it is appended in the front of the start sentinel of track 3. For the suffix, it is
appended in the end of the end sentinel of track 3. The max data length of the prefix and suffix for the
TK1 can be up to 127.
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ISO
This group defines the start and end sentinel for each track. The sentinel is always used to extract the
track data from the whole MSR data string. The data length for each sentinel is fixed to one character.
Because there is ISO standard that defining the start and end sentinel for the three tracks. For the
compatible reason, please do not modify the default value if possible.
Decode Mode
For this group, it contains two kinds of settings, which are:
l Track Data Filtering: Determine which track to be, not to be output or needed to be output.
l Switch Output Order: Change the output order of track 1 ~ 3.
Track Data Filtering
Shown below is the filter setting for track 1. This provides a fool-proofing method in case of receiving
unwanted or uncompleted track data.
These three filter settings are:
1 Enable: If selected, the data of specified track will be packaged in the MSR data string. If the specified
track data is not decoded, it will leave blank in the MSR data string.
2 Required: If selected, which means the output MSR data string must contain the specified track data. If
the specified track data is not decoded, even MSR data string contains other track data, it will still not
to be output.
3 Disable: If selected, the data of specified track will not be packaged in the MSR data string. No matter
it is decoded or not.
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Switch Output Order
Show below is the selection of the three track data output order (sequence). The default order is Track
1–Track 2–Track 3.
There 6 orders allow to be selected. Please select one to fit your application needs.
Update Settings
Once complete the settings, click Update to update the settings to connected HID MSR reader.
Save Settings
To save the settings to a file, click Save; specify the file name and location to be saved.
Open Settings
To load pre-saved settings, click Open, specify the settings file, and then click OK to load into program.
Restore MSR Reader Settings
To load restore settings of connected MSR reader, click Restore ES2: End sentinel for track.
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2. SINGLE MSR
The MagSwipe Configuration Utility is used to set up the output format of MagSwipe
Installation
1 Insert the setup CD
2 Run the 80066804-006_Magswipe_Configuration_Software_V2_1_A setup file that is located
in the Software folder of CD.
3 Follow the wizard to complete the installation.
Launching Program
Below steps guide you how to load the Utility program.
1 From Start/Programs, click MagSwipe folder
2 Click MagSwipe Configuration Utility to launch the program.
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Configuration
Select Reader Interface
The reader to be configured should be connected. Select the corresponding
connected reader interface and click the Continue button
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After the interface selection is made, click the Continue button. The utility attempts to communicate
with the connected reader. If successful, the Home Menu Page is displayed. The Home Menu Page
is shown below
Change Basic Reader Setting
After selecting the appropriate interface for the reader, select one of the Home Menu Page buttons to
proceed with the Magnetic Stripe Reader (MSR) configuration process. The „Basic Reader Settings“
group defines the basic operating parameters and data output format of the reader.
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Button Definitions
Send To MSR
When all the setting parameters are selected, use the „Send To MSR...“ button to send configuration data
to the reader device. When the reader has received the data correctly, the settings take effect immediately.
Load From File
The configuration data can be loaded into the configuration utility from a file that has been previously
saved. Select this command, start a „File Open“ dialog, which allows selection of the file.
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Save To File
The configuration data can be saved as a file and being used later to configure other readers.
When saving a configuration the „File Save“ dialog is opened as shown below. Input a filename
and file location.
Default All
This button sets the reader with the default configuration parameters (the default factory settings).
The settings take effect immediately. The default parameters affect all reader configurations settings.
Close
Close this dialog and return to the Home Menu Page.
General Settings
This group of configuration settings defines the basic operating parameters of the reader.
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MSR Reading
This option will turn on or off the MSR. If MSR is disabled no data is sent out to host in any case.
The default is MSR Reading Enabled.
Decoding Method Settings
This option gives four kinds of decoding methods.
Raw Data (output in both forward and reverse directions)
Decoding in Both Directions (forward and reverse reading)
Decoding in Forward Direction only (card entering slot from LED end) Decoding in Reverse Direction only
(card entering slot from end opposite LED)
With the bi-directional operation, the user can swipe the card in both swipe directions and the data encoded
on the magnetic stripe will be output. In the single swipe direction selections, the card can only be swiped in
one specified direction to read the card. The default setting will decoding card data with the card swiped in
either the forward or the reverse direction.
„Raw Data“ is an output of the decoded magnetic stripe data in hexadecimal format (no ASCII character
conversion is performed). In the Raw Data setting, the reader outputs all
track-decoded data. The MSR will represent the raw data with two ASCII characters: the first ASCII
character is for high bits of the raw data byte and the second is for the low bits. For example, the two ASCII
characters „4“and „1“represent raw data byte 41h(01000001).
Beep Volume
The Beep volume can be adjusted to four loudness levels or off. Four loudness levels are: Quick High
Quick Low
High
Low
The default is High beep.
Terminal Type
NoteBook
IBM-PC/AT
IBM-PC/AT, External keyboard IBM-PC/AT, No External keyboard
The firmware can be programmed to interface as a keyboard wedge to 4 different types of terminals. The
default is IBM-PC/AT.
Inter-Charater Delay :
2ms, 5ms, 10ms, 20ms, 50ms, 100ms;
This is the time period the reader will delay between sending successive characters. Some terminals or
computers (host) require an inter-character delay to simulate the effects of keystroke delays. Choosing
a longer inter-character delay causes the characters to be sent at a slower rate. If the host system is not
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can transmit, setting an appropriate inter-character delay will keep the reader from overrunning the host
input buffer. The default is 2ms.
Default Page Button
After you click the Default Button, the general settings page will change back to the default value.
Settings are not sent to MSR until the „Send to MSR“ button is clicked.
Help Button
Click the help button to open the help index for this section.
Pre/Postamble
Preamble
Characters can be added to the beginning of the reader‘s output string of data. These can be special
characters for identifying a specific reading station, to format a message header expected by the
receiving host, or any other character string. Up to nine ASCII characters can be defined for the
Premable.
Postamble
The Postamble serves the same purpose as the Preamble, except the extra characters are added to the
end of a data string. The Postamble can be added only after a terminator character, if specified.
Track Prefix and Suffix
For some Host applications, it may be convenient to start or end a string of reader data with a Sentinel
or terminator character.The maximum Prefix/Suffix string is six charecters and its default is NULL(no
prefix or suffix).
Track Start Sentinels
Characters can be added to the beginning of each track data string to simulate the start of the track
data. These can be special characters for identifying a specific track.
End Sentinel
The magnetic stripe End Sentinel character can be added to the end of a magnetic stripe data string.
This character simulates the end of character for track1, track2 or track3. This default is ‚?‘
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Track Selection
There are three tracks of info
rmation possible on a magnetic stripe. This option selects the tracks that will be decoded (read).
Note that the magnetic stripe reader must have the hardware configuration (read head and circuits)
for reading the specified tracks. If a single or dual track reader is used, the heads must be positioned to
read the tracks selected by this option. The default is Any Track.(All tracks written on the card will
be read).
Track Separator Selection
This option allows the user to select the character to be used to separate data decoded by a multipletrack reader. The default value is CR
Send Start/End Sentinel
The reader can send the Start/End sentinel for a track, decoded without error.
Send LRC in Card Data
The reader can send the track LRC for a properly decoded track.
For Track 2 only Send Account Number
The reader can only send account Number if it is true. And if it is false, the reader sends all Track 2
data.
Send Error Indication
This option let reader to send out [SS]E[ES] if failed to read or missing data on a selected track.The
default is off.
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The error output for track 1 is „%E?“.
The error output for track 2 is „;E?“.
The error output for track 3 is „+E?“.
Keyboard Settings
There are keybroad settings information on a magnetic stripe. MiniMag II will support following foreign
language keyboard and function key output for PS/2 and USB HID Keyboard Interface.
Language Option
This option allows the user to select the keyboard language of US, Swiss, Swedish, Norwegian, Italian,
Spanish(Mexico), German, French, Japanese, UK and Universal. Universal language sends out all the
data as a series of ALT keyped sequence.
Function Key Output
The function key output be used to support the special key to delay card data output.
USB HID KB Polling Interview
The user can input the number between 1 to 255 for the delay of output.
Check Current Reader Setting
After you connect the device, the current reader configuration can be displayed by selecting this button.
The configuration data of the connected reader will be displayed like in the example:
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6-3. Fingerprint Reader
Step 1 Check Fingerprint reader be detected by “Device manager”
Step 2 Select SDK folder.
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Step 4 Click “Next”.
Step 5 Select “ I accept the terms in the license agreement” and click “Next”.
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Step 6 Click “Next”.
Step 7 Click “Next”.
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Step 8 Click “Install”.
Step 9 Click “Finish”.
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Step 10 Restart system
Step 11 Check Fingerprint reader in Device Manager.
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Step 12 Launch Fingerprint reader from start menu
Step 13 Select “COM-ActiveX”
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Step 14 Select “Sample”
Step 15 Select ”VB6’
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Step 16 Select “Enrollment Sample”.
Step 17 Enroll the fingerprint by the “Enrollment“
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Step 18 Select “Fingerprint Enrollment”
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Step 19 Put your finger on fingerprint reader and follow the direction to enroller your fingerprint,
it need scan your fingerprint 4 times
Step 20 after enroller finish it will popup a dialog box
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6-4. RFID
1. Install
1.1 Check the Device Manager to verify the status of RFID reader.
Computer Management -> Device Manager -> Other devices
(The device will show a question mark if the installation is not done properly.)
1.2 Install RFID driver file name: XP2KxVista.exe
2-1 Path:\USB Driver\ XP2KxVista.exe
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1.2.1 After clicking Next, A pop up console window appears as below.
1.2.2 Check the Device Manager to verify the status of RFID reader.
Computer Management -> Device Manager -> Ports (COM & LPT)
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1.3 install RFID utility
MifareDemoSetup_PSW00020.exe
3-1 Path:\MF320\MifareDemoSetup_PSW00020.exe
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1.3.1 InstallaShield Wizard will be activated.
1.3.2 Click “Next”
1.3.3 Click “Next”
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1.3.4 Click “Giga-TMS” & “Next”
1.3.5 Click “Next”
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1.3.6 Click “Next”
2 Run RFID demo program. Start -> All Programs -> GIGA-TMS -> Mifare Demo
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2-1 R
un “Auto Scan” Demo AP will detect the RFID reader automatically.
Or select the RFID COM port
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2-2 After finishing the AutoScan, Request box will be ready for the click and Reader Version will show on
the position as marked. (Reader Version: PGM-T1235 V1.0R3 (101230) Place Mifare Card to the RFID
reader area. Event Dialog window gets the data from the Mifare Card
Place the RFID card on the RFID reader.
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2-3 Card type will be recognized when you click “Request”.
(Your Mifare card should be placed on the RFID reader area.)
2-4 Card ID will be recognized when you click “Card ID”.
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2-5 SAK will be read when you click “Select”.
2-6 The result will show when you click “Authenticate”
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INTERNAL VFD (OPTIONAL)
6-5. VFD Specification
General
Display Method
Vaccum Fluorescent Display (Blue-green)
Number of characters
40 (20 columns x 2 lines)
Brightness
500~1000 cd/m2
Character front
5x7 dot matrix
Character type
95 Alphanumeric, 32 International Charaters
Character size
6.75(H) x 3.75(W) mm
Dot size (X xY)
0.55x0.75 mm
Download charaters
9 charaters
Height
4.70" (120mm) with stand-alone base
9.80" (250mm) with base and 1 extension
Panel Dimension
75(H)x170(W)x50(D) mm
Pole Dimension
Per support length: 130 mm
Base Dimension
33(H)x159.8(W)x100(D) mm
Viewing Angle
Max. 90°
Horizontal Rotation
Max. 355°
Weight
Approx. 980 grams
Commands Mode
LD220, EPSON, AEDEX, UTC/S, UTC/P, ADM788,
DSP800, CD5220, EMAX, LOGIC CONTROL,
Ultimate
Language Support
US English, Int´l English, Bosnia, Croatian, Czech,
Danish,Dutch, Estonain, Faroese, Finnish, Flemish,
French, Fr Canadian, German, Greek, Hebrew,
Hungarian, Icelandic, Indonesian, Irish, Italian,
Katakana, Lativian, Lithuanian, Norwegian, Polish,
Portuguese, Romanian, Russian, Slovene, Slovak,
Spanish, Swedish
Interface
RS-232 (serial)
Reliability
Baud rate
Direct connection 9600 or 19,200 bps
Connection
MTBF
30,000 hours
Power
Consumption
5 VDC
Safety
EMC standards
Safety standards
FCC, CE
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SETUP SOFTWARE GUIDE
1 Power on, and waiting test page of EEPROM test, Baud rate, and Command page.
And you may set up the customer display by “VFD_Setup.exe” Utility.
2. To execute “VFD_Setup.exe” for setup communication between display and Utility
The Baud Rate will show on states page of the Utility (Note: You may check it when power
on the display)
3. “Get Setting From VFD” button
To get all setting from the display and It´ll refresh the “VFD_Setup.exe” utility
4. “Character Type” / “Comand Mode” / “BaudRate Selcet” / “Passthru Mode”
Please refer to Chapter 4-5 user manual
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5. “Set All Default” button To show default setting, the Default table is,
Character Type: USA
Command Type: EPSON
BaudRate Setting: 9600/n/8/1
Passthru Mode: None
Welcome msg line1: ***VFD DISPLAY***
Welcome msg line2: ***HAVE A NICE DAY AND THANK YOU***
6. Welcome Msg
Welcome Msg line1 maximum 20 characters, line 2 maximum 20 characters, total of 40 characters.
a. ASCII mode
You can type the character by keyboard (0x20h˜0x7Fh), if you press clear icon, it will clear the all Msg
charaters on AP.
b. H
ex mode
Hex mode can define the character from 0x20h to 0xFFh, the range 0x80˜0xFF
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6-6. Configuration Utility of i-Button Reader
Notice: For the i-Button Reader device, there are two installation positions with two different
i-Button readers from different vendor.
Please select correct configuration utility for installation
3 in 1 MSR
Bottom Case
1. i-Button Reader positioned at side MSR
The i-Button Reader Configuration Utility is used to set up the output format of HID MSR
Installation
Below steps guide you how to install the Utility program.
-Insert the setup CD
-Run the HIDMSR-20 Utility.exe setup file that is located in the Software folder of CD.
- Follow the wizard to complete the installation.
Launching Program
Below steps guide you how to load the Utility program.
- From Start/Programs, click HIDMSR-20 Utility folder
- Click MagStripe Card Reader Configuration Utility to launch the program.
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• The utility program will detect the connected reader. If detected, all the input text boxes
• If the reader has not been connected to PC yet, please connect the reader and then click Refresh to
get connected.
Configuration
Below is the main window of i-Button Utility program.
For the settings, there are:
• Prefix/Suffix: Defines the data string which you would like to append in front or end of the i-Button key string.
• Error Message: Indicates error message when i-Button key read fail.
• Message: Indicates message when i-Button key read correctly.
• SS/ES : Define Start and End sentinel byte for the i-Button ID string.
• Length : i-Button ID length request from 0~16.
• Output order : 5 formats could be select at Attach /Remove i-Button ID
0. 0-All
1- CRC.ID
2- ID, FC
3- ID
4-Disabled
Update Settings
Once complete the settings, click Update to update the settings to connected HID MSR reader.
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Save Settings
To save the settings to a file, click Save; specify the file name and location to be saved.
Open Settings
To load pre-saved settings, click Open, specify the settings file, and then click OK to load into program.
Restore MSR Reader Settings
To load restore settings of connected MSR reader, click Restore ES2: End sentinel for track.
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2 I-Button Reader positioned at bottom case
Installation
Below steps guide you how to install the Utility program.
• Insert the setup CD.
• Run the Colormetrics i-Button Utility.exe setup file that is located in the Software folder of CD.
• Follow the wizard to complete the installation.
1. Setup IButton _V1.0.exe software
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2. To execute “IButton_V1.0.exe” for setup communication between software and iButton module.
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• The utility program will detect the connected reader. If detected, all the input text boxes will be enabled.
• If the reader has not been connected to PC yet, please connect the reader and then click Refresh to get
connected.
Configuration
Below is the main window of i-Button Utility program.
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For the settings, there are:
• Prefix/Suffix: Defines the data string which you would like to append in front or end of the i-Button key string.
• Error Message: Indicates error message when i-Button key read fail..
• Message: Indicates message when i-Button key read correctly.
• SS/ES : Define Start and End sentinel byte for the i-Button ID string.
iButton data formate:
SS + iButton 64- Bit Registration Number + ES
• Length : i-Button ID length request from 0~16
• Output order : 4 formats could be select at Attach /Remove i-Button ID.
iButton 64- Bit Registration Number: 8-Bit CRC + 48-Bit ID + 8-Bit FC
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DEMO SETUP&OUTPUT
OUTPUT DATA :
a!ab00000003bdfa01?
b!ab00000003bdfa01?
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6-7 Installation and Testing of Smart Card Reader
1. Check smart card reader be detected by “Device manager”.
2. Install the SCR driver.
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3. Run Setup.exe.
4. Click “Yes”.
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5. Restart systems.
6. Check SCR reader in Device Manager.
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BIOS/UTILITY SETUP
7. Run the testing program – EZ100test.
8. Conferm that SCR can be detected by the testing program, the Start Testing
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9. Follow dialog boxes displayed to remove and insert card.
10. After finishing the testing, the dialog box will show “oK”.
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6-8 WiFi
1. Install the WiFi driver.
2. Select “I accept the terms of the license agreement” and click “Next”
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3. Select “Install driver and Ralink WLAN Utility” and click “Next”
4. Click “Install”
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5. Starting install
6. Click “Finish”
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6-9 Pole type VFD VD1220
1. Power on VFD and waiting test page of EEPROM test, Baud rate and Command page.
Set up the customer display by „ VFDset.exe”
2. Setup VFDset.exe software.
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3. To execute “VFDset.exe” for setting up communication between software and VFD module.
Please then follow the steps as shown in the above figure, the baud rate will show on states page of VFD
module (Note: You may check it when power on VFD module), then click “Open COM” button.
4. “Get Setting from VFD” button to get all the settings from Colormetrics and it’ll refresh the “VFDset.exe”
software.
5. Select “Character Type”/ “Command Mode”/ “Baud Rate Select”/ “passthru Mode”.
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6. Click “Set All Default” button To show default setting, the Default table is
Character Type :USA
Command Type :EPSON/EURPOPE
Baud Rate Setting :9600/n/8/1
Pass-through Mode :None
Welcome msg line1 :*** VFD DISPLAY ***
Welcome msg line2 :**HAVE A NICE DAY AND THANK YOU
7. Welcome Message
Welcome Message line1 maximum 20 characters, line 2 maximum 20 characters, total of 40 characters.
a) ASCII mode
You can type the character by keyboard (0x20h ~ 0x7Fh), if you press clear icon, it will clear the all
Message characters on AP.
b) Hex mode
Hex mode can define the character from 0x20h to0xFFh,the range 0x80~0XFF which depends on
the code page table.
Like the first character (0x80),in default code page will show on VFD module.
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8. Click “Download setting to VFD” button
This button is to download the setting from VFDset.exe to VFD module. After success dialog “Download O.K!
Please restart!” message popped up. Please restart display for enable new setting.
9. Click “Download setting to VFD” button
To save user’s setting in file; for example, below picture to save file name as “GOODLUCK” file set
for Welcome Message.
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10. Click “Load’ button
After saving, you must restart the utility here. Then load your setting rename-GOODLUCK.vfd.
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BIOS/UTILITY SETUP
7 BIOS/Utility setup BIOS/Utility setup
Press <DEL > / <F2> key to enter BIOS SETUP UTILITY when system boot up. ☆
Please press <DEL > / <F2> key tenderly and slowly.
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Press <F9> to view the system information ☆
Date and Time
The Date and Time items show the current date and time on the computer. If you are running a Windows
OS, these items are automatically updated whenever you make changes to the Windows Date and Time
Properties utility.
WARNING!
Setting the wrong values in the sections below may cause the system to malfunction. Make sure
that the settings made are compatible with the hardware.
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7-1 Advanced
Use the Advanced menu to configure the system for basic operation through the following sub-menus:
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7-1-1 Boot Configuration
Use the Boot Configuration menu to select power-on state for Numlock.
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7-1-2 Audio Configuration
Use the Audio Configuration menu to read Audio configuration information and configure
the Audio settings
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7-1-3 Video Configuration
Use the Video Configuration menu to read Video configuration information and configure the Video
settings
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7-1-4 SATA Configuration
Use the SATA Configuration menu to read SATA configuration information and configure the SATA
settings
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7-2 Security
Use the Security menu to install or change the password
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7-3 Power
Use the Power menu to install or change the password
AC Loss Auto Restart
Enable or disable system power on automatically after AC power restored
RTC Wake Up
When enabled, System will wake on the hr;;min;;sec specified
Wake on LAN
Enable or disable system wake by onboard LAN chip
Power button delay 4s
This item allows you to enable or disable power button delay 4s
COM Voltage
This item allows you to select off, 5V or 12V powered COM
LVDS Firmware update
This item allows you to enable or disable LVDS Firmware update
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7-4 Boot
Use the Boot menu to select type to Dual type, Legacy type or UEFI type.
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7-5 Exit
Use the Save & Exit menu to load default BIOS values, optimal failsafe values and to save configuration
changes.
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8 LCD SURFACE CLEANING
LCD Surface Cleaning
1. How to clean the LCD surface properly?
Do not spray any liquids on the LCD screen directly, and do not use paper towels, this can cause the LCD
screen to become scratched.
Always apply the solution to your cloth first, not directly to the parts you are cleaning. You want to avoid
dripping the solution directly into your computer or laptop.
Stroke the cloth across the display in one direction, moving from the top of the display to the bottom.
2. What are some of the basic supplies needed to clean an LCD screen?
A soft cotton cloth. When cleaning the LCD screen it is important to use a soft cotton cloth, rather than
an old rag. Some materials, such as paper towels, could cause scratches and damage the LCD screen.
Solution of water and isopropyl alcohol. This solution can be used along with the soft cotton cloth.
Computer wipes. Only use these if they specifically state on the package they are designed for LCD
laptop screens. Computer wipes can come in handy for fast clean-ups or when you want to avoid mixing
up a cleaning solution yourself.
3. What types of cleaners are acceptable?
• Water
• Vinegar (mixed with water)
• Isopropyl Alcohol
NOTICE: The following cleaners are unacceptable:
• Acetone
• Ethyl alcohol
• Ethyl acid
• Ammonia
• Methyl chloride
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CE Notice
This device complies with the requirements of the CE directive.
FCC Notice
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 radiated radio frequency
energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful interference
to radio communications. 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.
Shielded interface cables must be used in order to comply with emission limits.
Changes or modifications not expressly approved by the party responsible for compliance could void the
user’s authority to operate the equipment.
WEEE Notice
This appliance is labelled in accordance with European Directive 2002/96/EC concerning waste electrical
and electronic equipment (WEEE). The Directive determines the framework for the return and recycling of
used appliances as applicable throughout the European Union. This label is applied to various products to
indicate that the product is not to be thrown away, but rather reclaimed upon end of life per this Directive.
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