Philips DPM8000 Technical Documentation Manual

Philips DPM8000 Technical Documentation Manual

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Technical Documentation
Advanced Configuration
For Certified MDC Partners and Support technicians


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  • Page 1 DPM8000 DPM8100 DPM8500 Technical Documentation Advanced Configuration For Certified MDC Partners and Support technicians...
  • Page 2 This page is intentionally left blank Page 2 DPM 8000 series - Technical Specification and Advanced Device Configuration...
  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    Power Supply and charging ..............19 1.17.1. Directly charge the DPM8000 series through the Micro-USB socket....20 1.17.2. Charge the DPM8000 series over night when switching off the Notebook..20 DPM8000 Menu Structure ................. 22 DPM8000 Advanced Recorder Configuration......... 25 3.1.
  • Page 4 3.8.6. Noise reduction ....................... 45 3.8.7. Record from external sources Line-IN ..............45 3.9. Settings transfered ................... 46 Backup the DPM8000 Settings ..............46 4.1. Diagnosis file .................... 46 CSV List ..................... 47 5.1. Example of content ................... 47 5.2.
  • Page 5 Introduction The Pocket Memo dictation recorder takes dictation to a new level. Breakthrough 3D Mic technology delivers best audio quality in any recording situation. Its robust yet lightweight stainless steel design offers perfect ergonomics for working over longer periods of time. Coupled with SpeechExec Pro software for efficient data management and a docking station for uploading your files, going from your voice to your text document has never been quicker.
  • Page 6: Hardware Specification

    Hardware Specification 1.1. Connectivity Headphone: 3,5mm Jack Microphone: 3,5mm Jack USB: USB2.0 High-Speed. Micro-USB Connector 1.2. Built-In Microphone 1.3. Microphone sensitivities External Microphone Input Full Scale Input Voltage (mVrms) Ext. Microphone low 11,52mV Ext. Microphone mid 8,15mV Ext. Microphone high 2,43mV Line-In Input Full Scale Input Voltage (mVrms)
  • Page 7: Display

    Color TFT Display with 320x240 pixel resolution Screen size: 2,4” / 6,1 cm diagonal size 1.5. Storage media DPM8000, DPM8200: SD/SDHC Memory Card up to 32GB DPM8500 : micro SD Memory Card up to 32GB 1.6. Audio Recording File Type...
  • Page 8: Sound

    Pout max (mW) 6,4 mW 8,35 mW 1.9. Power Philips Li-Ion rechargeable battery type ACC8100. 3,7V 1000mAh 3,7Wh 1.10. Security Real time AES 256bits File encryptions. Device security with PIN and PUK Code 1.11. DPM8500 Barcode scanner Scan Engine: CCD-based single line.
  • Page 9 Code 39 Code 128 GS1-128 GS1 Databar Matrix 2of5 ISBT 128 Interleaved 2of5 Inverse 1D DPM 8000 series - Technical Specification and Advanced Device Configuration Page 9...
  • Page 10: Dpm8500 Scanner Decode Range

    1.12. DPM8500 Scanner decode range Barcode type Distance Typical Guaranteed Near 2,75 in. / 70 mm 3,90 in. / 99 mm Code 128 / 5mil 8,25 in. / 210 mm 6,25 in. / 159 mm Near 2,25 in. / 57 mm 3,15 in.
  • Page 11 Notes:  Distances are measured from the front flange surface of the image lens  Symbols are to be mounted with a pitch of 15 +/- 3° away from the engine.  Maximum allowable roll angle of symbols relative to the engine to the engine mounting base plane is +/- 3°.
  • Page 12: Dpm8500 Scanner - Ambient Light Immunity

    1.13. DPM8500 Scanner – Ambient Light Immunity Light Source Intensity (lux) Fluorescent 4845 ±5% High efficiency fluorescent 4845 ±5% Incandescent 4845 ±5% Mercury Vapor 4845 ±5% Sodium Vapor 4845 ±5% Sunlight 9690 ±5% 1.14. Operation conditions Temperature: 5°-45° C / 41°-113° F Humidity: 10% - 90%, non condensing 1.15.
  • Page 13 6.1.7601.17514 (win7sp1_rtm.101119-1850) Driver files: C:\WINDOWS\system32\DRIVERS\hidparse.sys Provider: Microsoft Corporation File version: 6.1.7600.16385 (win7_rtm.090713-1255) Driver files: C:\WINDOWS\system32\DRIVERS\hidusb.sys Provider: Microsoft Corporation File version: 6.1.7601.17514 (win7sp1_rtm.101119-1850) Philips DPM4-Harddisk USB Device Driver Date: 21.06.2006 DPM 8000 series - Technical Specification and Advanced Device Configuration Page 13...
  • Page 14: Usb Drivers - Example Windows 8 64Bit

    Driver Version: 6.1.7600.16385 Inf name: disk.inf Inf section: disk_install Driver files: C:\WINDOWS\system32\DRIVERS\disk.sys Provider: Microsoft Corporation File version: 6.1.7600.16385 (win7_rtm.090713-1255) Driver files: C:\WINDOWS\system32\drivers\partmgr.sys Provider: Microsoft Corporation File version: 6.1.7600.16385 (win7_rtm.090713-1255) Driver files: C:\WINDOWS\system32\DRIVERS\stdcfltn.sys (position sensor) Provider: ST Microelectronics File version: USB Composite Device Driver Date: 21.06.2006...
  • Page 15 Inf section: HID_Raw_inst USB Input Device Driver Date: 21.06.2006 Driver Version: 6.1.7601.17514 Inf name: input.inf Inf section: HID_RAW_Inst.NT Philips DPM4-Harddisk USB Device Driver Date: 21.06.2006 Driver Version: 6.2.9200.16384 DPM 8000 series - Technical Specification and Advanced Device Configuration Page 15...
  • Page 16 Inf name: disk.inf Inf section: disk_install.NT Driver files: C:\WINDOWS\system32\DRIVERS\disk.sys Provider: Microsoft Corporation File version: 6.2.9200.16384 (win8_rtm.120725-1247) Driver files: C:\WINDOWS\system32\drivers\partmgr.sys Provider: Microsoft Corporation File version: 6.2.9200.16384 (win8_rtm.120725-1247) Driver files: C:\WINDOWS\system32\drivers\EhStorClass.sys Provider: Microsoft Corporation File version: 6.2.9200.16384 (win8_rtm.120725-1247) USB Composite Device Driver Date: 21.06.2006 Driver Version: 6.2.9200.16384...
  • Page 17: Usb Data Transfer Rate

    OS: Microsoft Windows 7 Ultimate 64 Bit Software for testing: HD Tach version Run in Windows XP compatibility mode Select long bench – 32MB zones, on 2GB SD Philips memory card DPM2 DPM 8000 series - Technical Specification and Advanced Device Configuration...
  • Page 18 DPM3 DPM4 Page 18 DPM 8000 series - Technical Specification and Advanced Device Configuration...
  • Page 19: Power Supply And Charging

    1.17. Power Supply and charging Battery type: Philips rechargeable Li-ion battery ACC8100 Battery Voltage: 3,7V Battery Capacity: 1000mAh Battery lifetime: up to 23 hours of recording (DSS Pro mode) up to 200 hours standby Charging time: 3 hours (Full Charging)
  • Page 20: Directly Charge The Dpm8000 Series Through The Micro-Usb Socket

    5V USB adapter) can be used to charge the device while on the go 1.17.2. Charge the DPM8000 series over night when switching off the Notebook. Many modern notebooks provide power through USB even when the notebook is switched off. On the picture you can see a ‘flash’ icon right beside the USB icon.
  • Page 21 Yellow USB Port with Always-ON function. Please check also the BIOS Settings You can set security options for protecting the files as well as the DPM8000 series devices. Open the SpeechExec Pro Software, select Settings and General Settings. Select “Enabled”...
  • Page 22: Dpm8000 Menu Structure

    DPM8000 Menu Structure File Description You can delete individual files from the device while the recorder is in Delete file STOP mode. Using the play, forward or rewind functions, navigate to the beginning of the section to be deleted, press the F3 Button (MARK), using the play,...
  • Page 23 Display Description Adjust the brightness of the display in 9 steps. The brightness level of the Brightness display will affect how quickly the device consumes battery power. Set the length of time the device waits before turning o: the display’s backlight: Backlight Auto: adjusts the brightness of the display automatically and turns o: the...
  • Page 24 The recorder can be used for hands-free recording and transcription by connecting the optional Philips foot switch LFH2210 to the docking Hands free mode station. In this operating mode, you can control the recording and playback functions with the foot switch.
  • Page 25: Dpm8000 Advanced Recorder Configuration

    DPM8000 Advanced Recorder Configuration. The SpeechExec Pro Dictate Advanced Recorder Configuration wizard enables you to configure your recorder according to your individual preferences. To start the Advanced Recorder Configuration wizard, click SETTINGS, select DPM Configuration and click on DPM settings.
  • Page 26: Display

    3.1. Display Here you can customize the display of the recorder. 3.1.1. Classic Display Classic Display - this option uses larger symbols. The image of the tape-based recorder is used here as an illustration. Page 26 DPM 8000 series - Technical Specification and Advanced Device Configuration...
  • Page 27: Advanced Display

    3.1.2. Advanced Display This option uses smaller symbols and shows more detailed information about the current dictation. A group-box enclosing four combo boxes are displayed here. You can also specify what kind of additional information you would like to see about your dictation file: Available values of keywords: Author...
  • Page 28: Downloading

    3.2. Downloading This page provides various options for device-specific settings for the file transfer between the recorder and the computer. Download file type: Note: This setting is ignored when performing manual download in SpeechExec. In this case, all the files on the recorder are displayed and can be selected individually for download. All files Downloads all files from the recorder to the computer.
  • Page 29: Philips Classic Switch

    3.3.1. Philips classic switch 3.3.2. Philips slide switch 3.3.3. International slide switch 3.3.4. Grundig slide switch Page 29 DPM 8000 series - Technical Specification and Advanced Device Configuration...
  • Page 30: Programmable Smart Button

    3.3.5. Programmable smart button Here you can customize the role and behaviour of the Smart buttons 1-3 on the selected recorder to meet your personal requirements in Stop New, Stop, Record, Record Standby and Playback mode. Note: In case of International slide switch configuration, the smart buttons cannot be customized in Record Standby mode.
  • Page 31: Hands-Free Recording With Foot Control

    Pocket Memo Mode Smart Button 1 Smart Button 2 Smart Button 3 Show “Author” values Show “Author” Show “Author” values values Show “Work type” values Show “Work type” Show “Work type” values values Record Standby Show “Comment” values Show “Comment” Show “Comment”...
  • Page 32 To the right of the radio buttons, a picture related to the currently selected radio button is displayed. Here you can configure the Foot Control operation for the followings: Dictate In this operating mode, you can control the dictation functions with the Foot Control to keep your hands free for your work.
  • Page 33: Keywords

    3.5. Keywords The definition of recorder keywords enables authors to personalize their dictations via these predefined keywords. The keywords are a combination of a displayed name and several content strings. This information is transferred to the recorder where the predefined keywords become available to the authors.
  • Page 34: Special Barcode And Mandatory Keyword Settings

    3.5.5. Special barcode and mandatory keyword settings This window enables you to define input options for keywords. You can assign the keywords for the input options listed below. Activate the checkboxes of those Keywords you want to set the selected input option for.
  • Page 35 If a barcode is scanned successfully, the DPM8500 will search in the data list for this string and will set the cursor in the data-list to the first entry matching this string. In addition a short confirmation beep is audible. The entry is not selected automatically. The user has still to confirm the found entry. If the scanned string can’t be found in the data-list, the DPM8500 will not move the cursor and will generate 3 beep tones as a warning.
  • Page 36: Security

    3.6. Security Here you can set security options for protecting the files as well as the recorder devices. 3.6.1. Encryption Encryption enhances the protection and safety of your dictations. No encryption This option means that your recordings are not protected from third-parties. Use master password for encryption With this option, you can use your predefined master password from SpeechExec for encrypting the dictation of an author, even if there is a different password set in the corresponding author’s profile.
  • Page 37: Device Security Settings

    Note: If you have changed your master password, make sure you transfer the changes before using it for encryption. 3.6.2. Device security settings By setting the PIN and PUK codes, you can protect the recorder itself by prohibiting others from turning the device on.
  • Page 38 PUK... Here you can set the PUK code for the recorder device. With PUK code you protect the PIN Code. If you will change the PIN Code, then the PUK code is needed. Note1: If you define the PUK code for the device, an you enter a wrong PIN code 10 times, then the device is locked and you will be asked to enter PUK2 Note2: If you define the PUK code for the device you can´t reset the connected device to defaults...
  • Page 39 Protect device configuration By selecting this option, the settings for the recorder which have been made with the SpeechExec Pro Dictate program cannot be changed by users when they are working with the recorder. Prohibit file alteration By selecting this option, you cannot modify the recordings on the recorder. Such modifications include the deletion of a file or insertion into an existing recording.
  • Page 40: Advanced Configuration

    3.7. Advanced configuration Here you can configure the active recording profile of the recorder and change the settings of each profile. 3.7.1. Recording profiles The following recording profiles are available: Dictate Speech recognition Meeting Personal 3.7.2. Mic directivity in hand / Mic directivity on desk Here you can set how the recorder uses its microphones while that is hold in hand or put on a desk.
  • Page 41: Recording Format

    3.7.3. Recording format Here you can define what sound format is used for recording dictations on the recorder DSS SP: This recording format provides excellent audio quality. It is recommended when the dictation sound files are used, for example, for speech recognition. DSS QP: This recording format provides you with the best quality for your recordings.
  • Page 42: Edit Mode - Insert, Overwrite, Append

    Example: File name creation with prefix string Author Watson defines the prefix string john. The recorder generates this file name: john0001.dss, john0002.wav, john0005.ds2…. 3.7.6. Edit Mode – Insert, Overwrite, Append. Insert mode means that the newly recorded speech is inserted at the current position in the sound file.
  • Page 43: Voice-Activated Recording

    3.7.9. Voice-activated recording This setting defines that the voice-activated recording mode is used. Voice-activated recording mode is a convenient feature for hands-free dictation. When voice- activated recording is enabled, the recorder is in Record Standby; recording will start automatically when the input level exceeds a certain threshold (this is usually when the author starts speaking). Recording stops automatically a few seconds after the author stops speaking and restarts automatically when the author starts speaking again.
  • Page 44: More Recording Settings

    3.8. More recording settings 3.8.1. Jump back Specifies the number of seconds to rewind a file when moving the slider to the FRWD position. To set this option, select the desired value (from 0 to 4) from the combo-box. After the device reset, this value will be set to Off (0).
  • Page 45: Record Into One File Only

    This attenuation is only enabled when an external device is connected to the mic-in jack. DPM8000 can’t distinguish between an external microphone and an external line-out device. Even the external microphone would be attenuated if Line-in is set to ON.
  • Page 46: Settings Transfered

    Note: Rename the file to and copy it to another DPM8000 series device – it then will have the same configuration and settings as the device where the 00000610.set file has been generated. In any case of problems with the device please create the diagnosis file and the device configuration file and send this via E-mail to your local Partner or Technical Manager.
  • Page 47: Csv List

    CSV List A csv list with patient or insurance issues can be transferred to the DPM4 by copying a file named ‘list.csv’ to the memory card of the DPM4. The device will validate the ‘list.csv’ file and when found valid will delete it from the memory card and write in to device. A valid list.csv file has one title-row and up to 40 content-rows with 4 columns each.
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  • Page 49: Create Csv List With Microsoft Excel

    Create csv list with Microsoft Excel This step-by-step instruction describe how to prepare a csv list with Microsoft Excel installed on Windows 7 and transfer a csv list to DPM8000 device. 5.3.1. Region and Language settings Click on Windows Start Button and select Control Panel.
  • Page 50: Create List.csv With Excel

    You can use up to 40 rows, for any cells up to 30 characters for content description. After the list is created, save this direct in to DPM8000 device or make a local copy for backup. Please don’t click on Save, select the File ribbon, and click on Save As.
  • Page 51 In our example we save this list.csv file on the Desktop. Please don’t forget – DPM8000 accept only file name, any other file name like mylist.csv or privatelist.csv will be nor recognized and imported in to the device.
  • Page 52: Transfer To Dpm8000 Series

    5.3.3. Transfer to DPM8000 series Open the Windows Explorer, select the DPM8000 external drive and copy the list.csv in to memory card. In our example, the DPM8000 is recognize as Drive E: After you remove the DPM8000 device from the Docking station, the device will recognize the list.csv file, validate this and import to the device.
  • Page 53: Sort Column Of The Csv-Data List

    5.4. Sort column of the csv-data list With the first firmware versions, sorting of the list was only possible with the 1 column of the list as sort key. From version 1.59 onwards, it is possible to select which list-column should be the sort key. Cursor in list-overview After pressing the SMART3-button “Sort A-Z”...
  • Page 54 Peter,2211 Martin,4587 SpeechExec will grey out the keyword1 contents in the User Interface if the keyword1PIN-flag is set (the “TRANSFER” button will only transfer keyword2-4 in this case). AuthorPin.csv can be created with Microsoft Excel or any other Editor, like a Notepad. We describe a simply way to create a authotPIN.csv with Microsoft Notepad.
  • Page 55 Note: Please make a local copy of the authorPIN.csv file. Digital Pocket Memo will be deleting this after import to internal memory and you can not recovery this file. If the keyword1PIN-flag has been set (because a valid authorPIN.csv was found on the SD Memory Card), the only way to reset this flag again is to revert to factory default settings via DPM4-menu.
  • Page 56: Customize The Start Screen Logo

    Customize the start screen logo You can create a custom start screen with Logo or other graphic elements. Create a 200pixel x 50pixel 24-bit Bitmap file and save this as welcome.bmp in to root folder on the Memory Card. Example : Whenever the Digital Pocket Memo is now switched on this welcome screen will be presented during startup time –...
  • Page 57 Select Pixel, deactivate the Maintain aspect ratio option and set the hotizontal and vertical pixel size: Horizontal: 200, Vertical: 50. Click on OK and close the Resize and skew window. Click on the magnifier symbol or use the Zoom-Slider and make the picture bigger. 1.
  • Page 58 Create a text or paste a picture from clipboard, in our example we create a text. If you have created the picture, then save this to your local folder (Desktop) and copy in the root folder of the Digital Pocket Memo. By way of example we save this file directly to the DPM. Click on Paint [1] select Save as [2] and click on Other formats [3] Page 58 DPM 8000 series - Technical Specification and Advanced Device Configuration...
  • Page 59 Select the Philips Drive, type on File name: welcome and select Save as type: 24-bit Bitmap. Click on Save and the picture is save on the DPM. And finally, after restart the device we see our new logo as boot screen.
  • Page 60 February 2014 Doc. No: PRI-1139/20140218 Philips and the Philips’ Shield Emblem are registered trademarks of Koninklijke Philips N.V. and are used by Speech Processing Solutions GmbH under license from Koninklijke Philips N.V. Dragon NaturallySpeaking is a trademark of Nuance, Inc. and is used here under license All other trademarks are the property of their respective owners.

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