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KeySonic ACK-3400 BT Datasheet
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Federal Communications Commission (FCC) Notice
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, and
(2) This device must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause undesired operation.
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits of 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
communications, However, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in particular installations 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:
1. Reorient / Relocate the receiving antenna.
2. Increase the distance between the mouse and Receiver.
3. Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that the Receiver is connected.
CAUTION:
Change or modifications not expressly approved by the manufacturer responsible for compliance could void the user's authority to operate the
equipment.
Bluetooth QDID: B013307
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1. Einleitung ACK-3400 BT / ACK-595 BT
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ISM Band, GFSK, 79 Kanäle Frequency Hopping
Human Interface Device (HID)
-76 dBm (typ.)
15 mA
1,2 mA
0,015 mA
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2. Installation
hardwareseitig Bluetooth-fähig ist (z.B. durch integriertes Bluetooth-Modul bzw. externen -Adapter)
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1. Introduction ACK-3400 BT / ACK-595 BT
1.1 Special Features
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Wireless super mini respectively mini keyboard in flat construction and small dimensions
Reliable Bluetooth transmission with far range up to max. 10 m away from the PC
Modern design in noble, matt black SoftSkin coating
Extremely silent stroke and tactile feedback due to high-quality X-Type membrane technology (ACK-3400 BT)
respectively Soft-Touch membrane technology (ACK-595 BT)
Full functionality of a full-size layout keyboard
Appealing blue status LEDs for pairing, reconnect and low battery with new light-stripe design
Power on/off switch to improve the operation time
Inclusive Bluetooth adapter KSR-10 BT
Plug & Play installation, no special driver necessary
Ideal for Pocket-PC, PDA, video gaming consoles, car media, training, conference & presentation rooms as well
as for Home Entertainment, HTPC etc.
*PC / end devises must support faultlessly standard keyboard drivers with corresponding country code!
1.2 Technical Data
Construction / Key count:
Life expectancy:
Switch travel:
Pressure Point:
Dimensions / Weight approx.:
ACK-3400 BT
X-Type membrane technology / 77
approx. 5 million stroke per key
1.6 ±0.2 mm (total run)
55 ±15 g
219 × 22 × 116 mm/ 220 g (without batteries)
ACK-595 BT
Soft-Touch membrane technology / 89
approx. 5 million stroke per key
3.0 ±0.5 mm (total run)
55 ±15 g
291 x 29 x 154 mm/ 555 g (without batteries)
Transmission frequency:
Transmission protocol / Transmission profile:
Power output / Sensitivity:
Effective operation distance:
Battery type:
Power supply:
Power consumption (avg.):
2.4 – 2.4835 GHz
Bluetooth V2.0 + EDR
0 dBm (Class 2)
max. 10 m
2× AAA 1,5 V
+3 VDC ±5 %
Operating:
Standby:
Sleep-Mode:
Temperature Operating / Storage:
Humidity:
Scope of delivery:
0 °C up to +50 °C
–20 °C up to +65 °C
Operating and storage:
10 % up to 85 % rel.
Keyboard, 1 set of batteries, user manual,
Bluetooth adapter KSR-10 BT
Plug & Play for all PC/Handhelds with Windows operation system which supports
Bluetooth technology (HID profile)
Windows XP / Vista:
Plug & Play
Compatibility Keyboard:
Compatibility Bluetooth Adapter KSR-10 BT:
Windows 98SE/ ME / 2000:
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ISM Band, GFSK, 79 channels Frequency Hopping
Human Interface Device (HID)
-76 dBm (typ.)
15 mA
1.2 mA
(after 1 sec.)
0.015 mA (after 2 hrs.)
Installation-software via download under www.keysonic.de
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2. Installation
2.1 System requirements
Precondition for the use of the keyboard is that your device (PC, notebook, tablet, handheld, etc.)
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is hardware-sided Bluetooth-enabled (e.g. by an integrated Bluetooth module or external adapter)
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software-sided (Bluetooth) supports faultlessly the HID profile
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software-sided (operating system) supports faultlessly standard keyboard drivers with corresponding
country code
Below there are various technical situations:
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End device is hardware- and software-technically already Bluetooth-enabled
Skip the further text and follow the instructions under 2.3
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End device is hardware- and software-technically not Bluetooth-enabled
For Windows XP / Vista: Follow the further text!
For 98SE/ME/2000: Skip the further text and follow the instructions under 2.3
2.2 Installation of the included Bluetooth adapter under Windows XP / Vista
In order to install the Bluetooth adapter, please perform the following steps:
• Connect the included USB adapter (KSR-10 BT) to a free USB port on your computer.
Advise: Please ensure, that the USB adapter has a minimal distance
of 20 cm to metallic dividing walls, other computer cases,
monitors, ZIP drives, loudspeakers and switching power supplies.
• All mentioned above state-of-the-art operating systems with Plug & Play support will recognize your USB
adapter automatically and load the required drivers. During the phase of installation your operating system
informs you via changing Pop-up information windows on the task-bar about the current status of installation.
Please be patient, until the system informs you finally about the successful installation. The USB adapter is now
ready for operation.
• Older operating systems not always support automatic recognition of USB devices. If you have attached your
USB receiver and exactly this error occurs on your system, you have the following alternatives to solve the
problem:
• Perform an update of your operating system and return to Step 2.2
• In some cases the installation CD of your operating system is necessary according to the instructions on your
screen. In this circumstance please follow these instructions*.
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• Check whether your BIOS system supports USB keyboards*. Some main board manufacturers offer BIOS updates for download over the Internet.
• Ensure in your system settings, that the used USB connection was not deactivated in your operating system*.
• Should your system-updates keep out of success, it is recommendable to test the keyboard with another PC
with the same operating system to rule out a hardware damage of the USB receiver.
* Refer to the documentation of your PC for details.
Windows XP and Vista (the procedures for both operating systems are nearly identical):
• After connecting the Bluetooth adapter with your
PC, the necessary drivers are installed
automatically by the Windows’ PNP functionality
and the blue Bluetooth logo appears at the
bottom right corner of the screen.
• Now the radio connection must be established between the
Bluetooth adapter and the keyboard (Connecting). A double click
with the left mouse key on the Bluetooth logo opens the menu
„Bluetooth devices“
Click “Add“ and „OK“.
• Alternatively to the
just described
method a single
click on the
Bluetooth logo
opens a pull up
menu; and after a
further click on the
option „add
Bluetooth devices“
appears the menu
(shown in the
picture).
• Place a tick for „Device is set and can be identified“
and click „Continue>“.
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• Select the identified keyboard, which is shown in the
next window (here „BTKB-66EB – New device“) and
confirm with „Continue>“. (Attention: here can be
listed of course also more Bluetooth devices as
shown in our picture)
• The option „select pass key automatically“ is already
given, so click „Continue>“.
• Type the shown in the menu pass key with the
Bluetooth keyboard and confirm with „Enter“.
• Finish the Bluetooth assistant with a final click on
„Finish“. The Bluetooth keyboard is now ready for
use and functional.
Would you like to use instead of the included Bluetooth USB super-mini adapter another Bluetooth adapter or an
integrated Bluetooth module, so please note the following instructions:
• If your PC is running Windows XP (SP2) and Vista and the IC of your Bluetooth adapter is from manufacturer
CSR, please use the included and preloaded Microsoft Bluetooth driver software. You do not need to install
other Bluetooth driver software. If you do not like to use the Microsoft Bluetooth driver software for any reason,
you can install optionally Bluetooth driver software Toshiba or BlueSoleil (from software manufacturer IVT). *
• If your PC is running Windows 98 (SE), ME or 2000 and the IC of your Bluetooth adapter is from manufacturer
CSR, please first install the Bluetooth driver software Toshiba or BlueSoleil (IVT). *
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• If your PC is running Windows 98 (SE), ME, 2000, XP (SP2) and Vista and the IC of your Bluetooth adapter is
from manufacturer ISSC (Integrated System Solution Corp.), please first install the Bluetooth driver software
BlueSoleil (IVT).*
• If your PC is running Windows 98 (SE), ME, 2000, XP (SP2) and Vista and the IC of your Bluetooth adapter is
from manufacturer Broadcomm, please first install the Bluetooth driver software WIDCOMM.*
* For details, see the documentation of your PC, your built-in Bluetooth module or your Bluetooth adapter.
Advice:
The most Bluetooth keyboards cannot work under BIOS or DOS environment, because the Bluetooth adapter
works only in HID mode (Human Interface Device).
For this a dual Bluetooth USB adapter would be necessary, which supports both HID and HCI mode (Host
Controller Interface.
2.3 Keyboard Installation
Ensure for the further procedure that the used Bluetooth driver software was installed correctly on your PC.
• If you haven’t done yet, remove the covering of the battery case on the bottom of
your keyboard. Insert the included batteries of type AAA 1.5 V
considering the right polarity in the battery case (see picture).
• Switch the I/O sliding switch to ON position!
2.3.1 Keyboard installation under Bluetooth driver software BlueSoleil
• Left-click the Bluetooth icon in the system tray area
of PC.
• Now opens the menu window of BlueSoleil software.
• After opening the menu turn the sliding switch back side of the
keyboard to ON position and afterwards press 1× the Pairing
button.
• On the front side of the keyboard the Pairing-LED should flash
rapidly indicating the pairing mode.
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• Click now in the menu window on the globe for searching all
discoverable Bluetooth devices around your PC. When your
keyboard is identified, please double-click on the keyboard icon
with the left mouse key. After that click right on the keyboard
icon and choose Pair Device.
• You'll be prompted with a
numeric password for pairing
between your PC and your
keyboard. Please enter
exactly the same password
on your Bluetooth keyboard
and confirm with OK.
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• You will find a red tick
Please click the keyboard
icon by using the right button
of mouse, and tap
Connect Bluetooth Human Interface Device Service.
Then you should be able to find a message Connected in status bar. Now you can use this Bluetooth keyboard to
input the data into your computer.
Advise:
Once the pairing procedure has been carried out successfully, the computer respectively the Bluetooth keyboard
can be turned on and off without repeating the pairing procedure. They will connect automatically again.
2.3.2 Keyboard installation under Bluetooth driver software WIDCOMM
Instructions below are based on WIDCOMM software version 1.4.2 running on Windows XP.
Follow the instructions which come with your particular Bluetooth adapter.
• Left-click the Bluetooth icon in the system tray of PC.
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• Opens a menu window of WIDCOMM software.
• After opening the menu turn the sliding switch back side of
keyboard to ON position and afterwards press 1× the Pairing
button.
• On the front side of keyboard the Pairing-LED should flash
rapidly indicating the Pairing mode.
• Following click in the menu window on Search for devices in
range task. Then, a keyboard icon will appear in the window.
• Double click the Bluetooth
keyboard icon, and click
YES to connect to the
Human Interface Device.
• You'll be prompted with a
PIN code for pairing
between your PC and
your keyboard. Please
enter exactly the same
PIN code on your
Bluetooth keyboard and
confirm with OK.
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• After input appears a red tick near the keyboard icon.
• Right click the icon
to choose Connect
Device.
• Confirm the appearing request with YES.
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• After the Bluetooth keyboard is paired with your computer,
you will get this green indicator icon. Now you can use this
Bluetooth keyboard to input the data into your computer.
Advice:
Once the pairing procedure has been carried out successfully, the
computer respectively the Bluetooth keyboard can be turned on and
off without repeating the pairing procedure. They will connect
automatically again.
3. How to use the keyboard
After successful launch of the keyboard enjoy now a free and independent choice of location up to approx. 10 m
distance to the PC. More or less range can be caused, like mentioned above, by metallic dividing walls, other
computer cases, monitors, ZIP drives, loudspeakers, switching power supplies etc., but also by different loading
capacity of the batteries. The status LEDs on the front side of your Bluetooth keyboard inform you about the current
operating condition.
3.1 Meaning of status LEDs
• Pairing-LED
It is used to indicate the Bluetooth keyboard is in pairing mode (searching a Bluetooth
receiver). When the pairing button is pressed, the LED flashes till a receiver has been found
or the relevant computer stops pairing in advance.
• Reconnecting-LED
It is used to indicate that the Bluetooth keyboard is reconnecting to the already founded
receiver after waking up or power up via the accordant authority (registered password or
PIN).
• Battery Low-LED
It is used to indicate that the battery is below 2.4 Volts. It keeps on until new battery is
installed or the battery is total used up. It is flashing only while the keyboard is not in sleep
mode.
3.2 Operating modes of the Bluetooth keyboard
• Sleep-Mode
After 2 hours of no keyboard input, the Bluetooth keyboard will automatically enter into sleep mode to preserve
battery power.
• Wake up-Mode
To wake the Bluetooth keyboard up, press any key of the keypad (not the L and R button of touchpad or the
touchpad itself!).
• Reconnect-Mode
After reactivation the keyboard reconnects automatically with the Bluetooth dongle. Depending on
environmental conditions for the radio transmission it takes less than a second or up to several minutes to
reconnect. In the meantime, the Reconnection-LED is blinking.
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3.3 Keys with double functions
Virtual numeric keypad
• The layout of the keyboard is a special space-saving layout with the same virtual numeric keypad also used in
notebooks. Press the NumLk key in the top key row in order to switch the virtual numeric keypad function on
and off. (Characters depicted in blue are assigned to the keys)
• With activated NumLk function you can hold pressed the key Fn in the left
down corner for the temporary deactivation of the virtual numeric keypad.
This is particularly convenient to enter letters quickly apart from numbers.
• Without previously activating the NumLk key, the holding down of the Fn
key will control the integrated position keys in the same way as an external
keypad (please refer to the picture).
Home
PgUp
PgDn
Del
• Only ACK-3400 BT: Independent of the status of the NumLK
function (active or not), further double functions are available
by keeping the Fn pressed together with
Alt Gr, F11, F12, ScrLk, PgUp, Home, PgDn, End.
In case you need e. g. „€“-symbol, you have to press the following
keys simultaneously: Fn + Alt Gr + „E“
4. How to clean the keyboard
• Remove dust with a brush, with soft compressed air, or with a vacuum cleaner with brush head nozzle.
• Remove fine dirt with a not-too-damp cloth.
• DO NOT use any aggressive detergents, solvents or gasoline in order to clean the keyboard.
Information on disposal of old batteries (Battery Regulation)
The new Regulation obliges battery manufacturers and importers to take back, sort and dispose all old batteries. The consumer is obliged to give back used batteries in retail stores or in
municipal collection points. The disposal in municipal waste is explicitly prohibited according to Battery Regulation. You can send batteries purchased from us after consumption to the following
address via sufficient stamped mail:
MaxPoint Handelsgesellschaft mbH, Kurt-Fischer-Straße 50, D-22926 Ahrensburg
Batteries, which contain pollutants, are marked with the symbol of a crossed-out dustbin, similar to the symbol in the illustration. The chemical description of the pollutant is situated below the
symbol of the dustbin. “Cd” stands for Cadmium, “Pb” for Lead, “Hg” for Mercury.
Manufacturer's Disclaimer Statement
The information in this document is subject to change without notice and does not represent a commitment on the part of the vendor. No warranty or representation, either expressed or implied,
is made with respect to the quality, accuracy or fitness for any particular purpose of this document. The manufacturer reserves the right to make changes to the content of this document and/or
the products associated with it at any time without obligation to notify any person or organization of such changes. In no event will the manufacturer be liable for direct, indirect, special,
incidental or consequential damages arising out of the use or inability to use this product or documentation, even if advised of the possibility of such damages. This document contains materials
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Soft-Touch-Membrantechnologie / 89
Env. 5 million frappes par touche
3,0 ±0,5 mm chemin total
55 ±15 g
291 x 29 x 154 mm/ 555 g (sans piles)
ISM Band, GFSK, 79 voies Frequency Hopping
Human Interface Device (HID)
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15 mA
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3.3 Touches avec double fonction
para prec.
para suiv.
Suppr.
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