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  • Page 1 Stylistic ® ST4000 Series Tablet PC Technical Reference Guide...
  • Page 2 (1) This device may not cause harmful interference, and, (2) This device must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause undesired operation. For more detailed information about the FCC rules and their applicability to the Stylistic ST4000 Series Tablet PC, refer to “Agency Notices” on page 68 of this document.
  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    Software Features............................Supported Operating Systems ......................Pen Support ............................PC Card Support ..........................Chapter 2 Configuring the Stylistic ST4000 Tablet PC BIOS ..............Permanent and Current BIOS Settings ......................BIOS Setup Utility............................Starting BIOS Setup ..........................Using BIOS Setup..........................Exiting BIOS Setup..........................
  • Page 4 Physical Specifications ........................... Power System Specifications ......................... Internal Modem Specifications ........................Agency Approval Specifications ........................Tablet Dock Specifications..........................Chapter 4 Peripheral Interfaces ........................DC Power Input ............................. Universal Serial Bus Port ..........................Tablet Dock Interface Port ..........................IrDA Port................................Audio Jacks ..............................PC Card Port..............................
  • Page 5: About This Guide

    This chapter discusses some of the system’s main features and technology. • Chapter 2: System Software This chapter gives an overview of system software and utilities preinstalled on the Stylistic ST4000 Tablet PC. • Chapter 3: Configuring the Stylistic ST4000 Tablet PC BIOS This chapter provides details on using BIOS Setup Utility for the Stylistic ST4000 Tablet PC.
  • Page 6: Related Documentation

    Related Documentation Documentation relating to the Stylistic ST4000 Tablet PC is listed below. Refer to these documents for details on topics not covered in this guide. Stylistic ST4000 User’s Guide This guide provides an introduction to the Stylistic ST4000 Tablet PC’s basic functions for the end user.
  • Page 7: Stylistic St4000 Tablet Pc Features

    PC Card Support The Stylistic ST4000 Tablet PC is equipped with a PC Card slot that allows you to install a Type I or II PC Card. The PC Card slot is compliant with PC CardBus Standard Release 3.0 and provides support for the following PC Card features: •...
  • Page 8: Acpi Support

    DMI event logging options (see “Event Logging Submenu” on page 16). USB Support The Universal Serial Bus (USB) design is the primary interface for your tablet PC. The Stylistic ST4000 USB ports are compliant with Universal Serial Bus Specification 1.1. For more information on the USB interface, refer to “Universal Serial Bus Port”...
  • Page 9: Pen Support

    Pen Support The Stylistic ST4000 Tablet PC has an active digitizer, and employs the Microsoft Windows XP for Tablet PC as its operating system. As such, the pen, on-screen keyboard, and handwriting recognition utilities are part of the tablet PC operating system. It does not use third-party utilities for its input utilities.
  • Page 10: Configuring The Stylistic St4000 Tablet Pc Bios

    Chapter 2 Configuring the Stylistic ST4000 Tablet PC BIOS This chapter provides instructions on how to use the Setup Utility to configure the Stylistic ST4000 Tablet PC BIOS. Permanent and Current BIOS Settings Some BIOS configuration utilities allow you to select permanent and/or current settings when configuring BIOS options.
  • Page 11: Using Bios Setup

    Using BIOS Setup Once the BIOS Setup Utility is started, you can use BIOS Setup to change your system’s BIOS settings. The BIOS Setup screen consists of a menu bar, menu items, a command bar, and a window for item-specific help as shown in Figure 2-1.
  • Page 12: Exiting Bios Setup

    If you want to... Do one of these... Select a BIOS option To highlight an option in the list of items for a given menu, do one of the following: • Press either side of the upper navigation button (the one that is closest to the application buttons) •...
  • Page 13: Bios Setup Main Menu Options

    BIOS Setup Main Menu Options Note: All details listed in this chapter reflect BIOS version 1.10. BIOS Setup Main menu options are given in Table 2-1. (Options and settings for other BIOS Setup menus are described in the tables that follow.) The default setting for each option is listed in bold type when applicable. PhoenixBIOS Setup Utility Main Advanced...
  • Page 14: Primary Master Submenu Options

    Primary Master Submenu Options Options and settings for the Primary Master Submenu are given in Table 2-2. PhoenixBIOS Setup Utility Exit Submenu Item Specific Help Primary Master [TOSHIBA MK2018GAP-(PM)] Type: [Auto] Select ATA/ATAPI drive Maximum Capacity: 20004MB installed here. Multi-Sector Transfers: [16 Sectors] [Auto] LBA Mode Control:...
  • Page 15: Advanced Menu Options

    Advanced Menu Options Options in the Advanced menu are described in Table 2-3. PhoenixBIOS Setup Utility Main Advanced Security Power Boot Info Exit Item Specific Help IrDA Port Configurations Keyboard Features Configures serial ports Video Features and parallel ports. Internal Device Configurations PCI Configurations CPU Features Event Logging...
  • Page 16: Irda Port Configuration Submenu Options

    IrDA Port Configuration Submenu Options Configuration options for the IrDA Port Configuration submenu are given in Table 2-4. Note that some peripheral interfaces are only available when using a device attached to the Tablet Dock. PhoenixBIOS Setup Utility Exit Submenu Item Specific Help IrDA Port Configurations Infrared Port:...
  • Page 17: Keyboard Features Submenu Options

    Keyboard Features Submenu Options Configuration options for the Keyboard Features submenu are given in Table 2-5. PhoenixBIOS Setup Utility Exit Submenu Keyboard Features Item Specific Help [Off] Numlock: Select power-on state for Numlock. Help Select Item -/Space Change Values Setup Defaults Exit Select Menu Enter...
  • Page 18: Video Submenu Options

    Video Submenu Options Options for the Video Features submenu are given in Table 2-6. PhoenixBIOS Setup Utility Exit Submenu Video Features Item Specific Help Display: [Internal Flat Panel] Select display terminal. Help Select Item -/Space Change Values Setup Defaults Exit Select Menu Enter Select...
  • Page 19: Internal Device Configurations Submenu

    Internal Device Configurations Submenu Options for the Internal Device Configurations submenu are given in Table 2-7. PhoenixBIOS Setup Utility Exit Submenu Internal Device Configurations Item Specific Help IDE Controller: [Enabled] [Disabled] LAN Controller: [Auto] IDE port is Wireless LAN: [Enabled] disabled.
  • Page 20: Pci Configuration Submenu

    PCI Configuration Submenu The PCI Configuration submenu has only one selection: the IRQ Reservation submenu. The IRQ Reservation submenu allows you to reserve specific IRQs that are used by legacy devices. Unless you need to reserve specific IRQs to resolve a resource conflict, the recommended setting for each of these options is Available. PhoenixBIOS Setup Utility Exit Submenu PCI Configurations...
  • Page 21: Cpu Features Submenu

    When [Disabled] is selected, the Intel SpeedStep Technology feature is disabled. When [Enabled] is selected, the Intel SpeedStep Technology feature is enabled. Note that SpeedStep Technology can only be enabled in ST4000 Tablet PCs that have Windows 2000 installed. On Battery:...
  • Page 22: Event Logging Submenu

    Event Logging Submenu The Event Logging Submenu allows you to configure DMI (Desktop Management Interface) event logging options. To access this submenu, select Event Logging Submenu from the Advanced menu. PhoenixBIOS Setup Utility Exit Submenu Event Logging Item Specific Help Event Log Capacity: Space Available Press <Enter>...
  • Page 23: Security Menu Options

    Security Menu Options Security menu options for the Stylistic ST4000 Tablet PC are described in Table 2-11. Note that settings for some security menu options determine whether other options are available. PhoenixBIOS Setup Utility Main Advanced Security Power Boot Info...
  • Page 24 Table 2-11. BIOS Setup Security Menu Options (Continued) Option Settings Description Minimum User Set the minimum length for the user password. Once this field is set, the user Password Length cannot enter any passwords less than the minimum length. Password On Boot Disabled Select [First Boot] to require a user or supervisor password to boot the system First Boot...
  • Page 25: Hard Disk Security Submenu

    Hard Disk Security Submenu The Hard Disk Security Submenu allows you to enable or disable the Primary Master device. To access this submenu, select Hard Disk Security from the Security menu. PhoenixBIOS Setup Utility Main Advanced Exit Submenu Power Savings Exit Hard Disk Security Item Specific Help...
  • Page 26: Owner Information Submenu

    Owner Information Submenu The Owner Information Submenu allows you to enter information about the owner and to change the foreground and background colors. To access this submenu, select Owner Information from the Security menu. PhoenixBIOS Setup Utility Exit Submenu Owner Information Item Specific Help Press <Enter>...
  • Page 27: Power Menu Options

    Power Menu Options Options for the Power menu are described in Table 2-14. Default settings for most options in this menu differ depending on the setting selected for the Power Savings BIOS option. (Refer to Chapter 5 of this manual for more information on power management.) PhoenixBIOS Setup Utility Main...
  • Page 28: Boot Menu Options

    Boot Menu Options Boot menu options are described in Table 2-15. PhoenixBIOS Setup Utility Main Advanced Security Power Boot Info Exit Item Specific Help Quick Boot: [Enabled] Boot Time Diagnostic Screen: [Disabled] [Disabled] Preboot Execution Environment: [Disabled] All diagnostic tests Boot Device Priority will be done.
  • Page 29: Boot Device Priority Submenu

    Boot Device Priority Submenu Table 2-16. describes settings in the Boot Device Priority submenu. PhoenixBIOS Setup Utility Exit Submenu Boot Device Priority Item Specific Help Floppy Disk Drive The top device has the +Hard Disk Drive highest priuority. Optical Media Drive <Enter>...
  • Page 30: Info Menu

    Info Menu The Info menu displays information about the Tablet PC hardware and BIOS software installed on the system as described in Table 2-17. PhoenixBIOS Setup Utility Info Main Advanced Security Power Boot IInfon fo ExitInfoI Item Specific Help BIOS Version: 1.10 BIOS Date: 10/18/2002...
  • Page 31: Exit Menu Options

    Exit Menu Options Exit menu options are described in Table 2-18. PhoenixBIOS Setup Utility Main Advanced Security Power Boot Info Exit Item Specific Help Exit Saving Changes Exit Discarding Changes Load Setup Defaults Exit System Setup and Discard Changes save your changes to Save Changes CMOS.
  • Page 32: Hardware Specifications

    Chapter 3 Hardware Specifications Specifications for the Stylistic ST4000 Tablet PC and Tablet Dock are given in this chapter. General Specifications General specifications for the Tablet PC are given in Table 3-1. Table 3-1. General System Specifications Feature Specification Comments...
  • Page 33: Digitizer Specifications

    Digitizer Specifications Specifications for the two different Stylistic ST4000 Tablet PC digitizers are given in Table 3-2.. Table 3-2. Digitizer Specifications System Feature Specification Active Digitizer Type Electromagnetic digitizer (Stylistic ST4000 Tablet PC) Area 8.36” x 6.29” (212.4 mm x 159.8 mm) Resolution 0.025 mm (1000 ppi)
  • Page 34: External Video Capabilities

    External Video Capabilities The Stylistic ST4000 Tablet PC Tablet Dock can drive an external video monitor. You can select an external monitor, the Tablet PC display screen, or both as the active video display. The Tablet PC supports VGA, SVGA, and XGA video modes with external monitors.
  • Page 35: Peripheral Interface Specifications

    Tablet Dock, see “Tablet Dock Specifications” later in this chapter. Also note that pin assignments and other details for peripheral interfaces on the Stylistic ST4000 Tablet PC are given in Chapter 4. Table 3-6. Peripheral Interface Specifications...
  • Page 36: Power System Specifications

    Power System Specifications Specifications for the Stylistic ST4000 Tablet PC power system are given in Table 3-8. The power system and power management characteristics are further described in Chapter 5 of this manual. Table 3-8. Power System Specifications Feature Specification...
  • Page 37: Internal Modem Specifications

    Finland, Sweden, Norway, Portugal, Spain, Italy, Belgium, Greece, Austria, Denmark, Ireland, Luxembourg, Netherlands, Switzerland Supply Voltage 3.3v Power Consumption 100mW Operating Temperature 0 - 70°C Storage Temperature -20 - 70°C Storage Humidity 80% RH Manufacturer Fujitsu Media Devices Internal Modem Specifications...
  • Page 38: Agency Approval Specifications

    • IC CS-03 Tablet Dock Specifications The Stylistic ST4000 Tablet Dock is designed to provide optimal support for your Tablet PC. Specifications for interfaces on the Stylistic ST4000 Tablet Dock are given in Table 3-11. Note that these interfaces duplicate corresponding ports on the Tablet PC.
  • Page 39: Peripheral Interfaces

    Chapter 4 Peripheral Interfaces Details on peripheral interfaces on the Stylistic ST4000 Tablet PC and/or Tablet Dock are described in this chapter. The Stylistic ST4000 Tablet PC and Tablet Dock provide the following peripheral interfaces: Table 4-1. Peripheral interfaces Tablet PC...
  • Page 40: Dc Power Input

    USB devices. Refer to the Universal Serial Bus Specification for The Stylistic ST4000 Tablet PC provides two USB details on cable requirements or contact your cable ports, and functions as a USB host. The system vendor (see “Related Documentation”...
  • Page 41: Tablet Dock Interface Port

    The Tablet Dock interface port on the Stylistic Notes: • Signal names listed in the second column of this ST4000 Tablet PC allows you to attach the Stylistic table are not industry standard signal names. ST4000 Tablet Dock. The interface port is a 100-pin They are provided to assist in cross-referencing connector.
  • Page 42 Table 4-4. Tablet Dock Interface Connector Pin Assignments Signal Name Level Description Port or Connector USB_OC#3 USB_OC#4 USB_OC#5 GND1 Ground TAB_RST# PWR_TAB33 TAB_SCK PWR_TAB10 TAB_SI TAB_SO GND1 Ground D_VGADCLK D_VGADDATA GND1 Ground D_VGAVS D_VGAHS GND1 Ground GND1 Ground for VGA D_VGAB GND1 Ground...
  • Page 43 Table 4-4. Tablet Dock Interface Connector Pin Assignments Signal Name Level Description Port or Connector SAFE GND1 Ground GND1 SAFE PWR_DOCK PWR_DOCK PWR_DOCK PWR_DOCK PWR_DOCK PWR_DOCK PWR_DOCK PWR_DOCK BAY_LED# GND1 Ground USB_P3NC USB_P3PC GND1 Ground USB_P4NC USB_P4PC GND1 Ground USB_P4NC USB_P4PC GND1 Ground...
  • Page 44 Table 4-4. Tablet Dock Interface Connector Pin Assignments Signal Name Level Description Port or Connector GND1 Ground GND1 Ground for AUDIO LOUTL GND1 Ground for AUDIO LOUTR GND1 Ground for AUDIO GND1 Ground RXD- RXD+ TXD- TXD+ GND1 Ground DOCK_ON1 Tablet Dock Interface Port...
  • Page 45: Irda Port

    IrDA Port The IrDA port on the Stylistic ST4000 Tablet PC is use the IrDA port, the Serial Port B Device BIOS compliant with the Infrared Data Association (IrDA) option must be set to IrDA or FIR. See “IrDA Port Standard Revision 1.1.
  • Page 46: Audio Jacks

    Audio Jacks All audio jacks on the Stylistic ST4000 Tablet PC and audio inputs are disabled when inputs on the Tablet Stylistic ST4000 Tablet Dock are stereo mini jacks. PC and Tablet Dock are used (enabled). Table 4-7 Some audio functions on the Tablet PC are disabled shows which audio outputs are disabled when when audio jacks are used.
  • Page 47: Pc Card Port

    PC Card Port The PC Card socket is compliant with PCMCIA Card standard 3.0. The table and figure below show the pin assignments and pin locations for the PC Card port. Table 4-8. PC Card Pin Assignments 16-bit PC Card Interface CardBus 16-bit PC Card Interface Memory-Only...
  • Page 48 16-bit PC Card Interface CardBus Memory-Only I/O & Memory CBLOCK# CSTOP# CDEVSEL# VPP2 VPP2 VPP2 CTRDY# CFRAME# CAD17 CAD19 VS2# VS2# CVS2 RESET RESET CRST# WAIT# WAIT# CSERR# INPACK# CREQ# REG# REG# CCBE3# BVD2 SPKR# CAUDIO BVD1 STSCHG# CSTSCHG CAD28 CAD30 CAD31 CD2#...
  • Page 49: Hard Disk Drive Port

    Hard Disk Drive Port Under ordinary circumstances, it is not necessary to listed and illustrated below in the event of hard disk access the hard disk drive port. The pin locations are replacement. 43 41 37 35 33 31 27 25 21 19 17 15 Table 4-9.
  • Page 50: Ieee 1394 Port

    IEEE 1394 Port RJ-45 LAN Port The IEEE 1394 ports on the Tablet PC and the Tablet Dock conform to IEE 1394 standards. P O I N T 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 The IEEE 1394 and USB ports on the Tablet Dock are independent ports (i.e., they are not pass-through ports).
  • Page 51: External Monitor Port

    External Monitor Port Table 4-12. External Monitor Port Pin Assignments Signal (KB) Host GREEN BLUE DDCVCC DDCDATA HSYNC VSYNC DDCCLK External Monitor Port...
  • Page 52: Chapter 5 System Power

    Chapter 5 System Power This chapter covers the Stylistic ST4000 Tablet PC’s system power hardware, power management states, and state transitions. System Power Hardware The Stylistic ST4000 Tablet PC uses components designed for low power consumption in mobile applications. DC power, whether supplied by the battery pack or an external source, is regulated to different voltage levels required to power various components in the system.
  • Page 53: Dc Power Inputs

    DC Power Inputs External DC power can be connected at two locations on the Tablet PC: • DC power connector on the Tablet PC • System interface connector (via Tablet Dock) A DC power source connected to any of these inputs must provide 3.75 amps at a continuous DC voltage of 16 volts ±10%.
  • Page 54: Installing Hardware Options

    Chapter 6 Installing Hardware Options This chapter provides procedures for installing PC Cards and DIMM cards. (For details on replacing the Tablet PC’s internal IDE hard disk drive, refer to “Removing the Hard Disk Drive” on page 53.) Installing a PC Card You can install a PC Card while the system is running, when the system is off, or when system operation is suspended.
  • Page 55: Installing/Removing A Dimm Module

    Installing/Removing a DIMM Module There is one DIMM slot in your Tablet PC and 256MB on the motherboard. 256MB and 512MB modules are available, so you can install a combination of up to 768MB in the system. C A U T I O N DIMM replacement should only be performed at a static-free workstation.
  • Page 56: Removing A Memory Module

    Removing a Memory Module 1. Ensure that the Tablet PC is off. To do so, carry out the Shut Down command in the Start menu. (Do not attempt to remove or install a DIMM module when the system is in Suspend mode or running.) 2.
  • Page 57: Replacing/Installing A Wireless Lan Module

    Replacing/Installing a Wireless LAN Module* *The Wireless LAN Module is an optional device. (1) Wireless LAN Cover (2) Wireless LAN Switch (11) Card connector (5) Latch (3) Wireless LAN Module (4) Latch (6) Cable Connector (7) Jumper Wire (8) Connector (9) Antenna (10) Antenna Block...
  • Page 58: Installing A Wireless Lan Module

    Installing a Wireless LAN Module 1. If you have a Wireless LAN Module installed in your Tablet PC, remove it as directed in “Removing a Wireless LAN Module” on page 51. 2. To install a new Wireless LAN Module, follow the instructions in “Removing a Wireless LAN Module” on page 51, in reverse order.
  • Page 59: Replacing The Ide Hard Disk Drive

    Appendix A Replacing the IDE Hard Disk Drive The internal IDE hard disk drive in the Stylistic ST4000 Tablet PC can be removed and replaced, if necessary. C A U T I O N • Do not attempt to disassemble or modify the hard disk drive.
  • Page 60: Installing The Hard Disk Drive

    Connector Plug Figure A-2 Unplugging the Hard Disk Drive Connector 4. Using your thumbs, push up the two tabs on the outside edge of the hard disk drive (at the locations indicated in Figure A-3) Lift the drive out of the system. Figure A-3 Removing the Hard Disk Drive 5.
  • Page 61: At Command Set

    Appendix B AT Command Set This Appendix contains a summary of AT commands used by the Stylistic ST4000 Tablet PC’s modem. There are several things to note about this set of commands: • Commands should be entered as ASCII characters.
  • Page 62: At Commands Table

    AT Commands Table AT Data Commands The shaded portion of the table are stored with the AT&W command. Command Specification Default Repeat last command. Answer command. Dial 123456789*0#ABCD 1234567890 Wait for dial tone. Modem waits for a second dial tone before processing the dial string.
  • Page 63 Command Specification Default When originating or answering, this is for handshake only at the communication standard specified by S7 and the ATB command. When originating or answering, begin the handshake only at the communication standard specified by S7 and the ATB command. During handshake, fallback to a lower speed may occur.
  • Page 64 Command Specification Default &P 39% make/break ratio. 10PPS 33% make/break ratio. 10PPS 33% make/break ratio. 20PPS &S DSR always ON. DSR comes on when establishing a connection and goes off when the connection ends. &T Abort. Stops any test in progress. Local analog loop.
  • Page 65 Command Specification Default Normal speed-buffered mode. Direct mode (if parallel I/F is selected, same as /NO). MNP reliable mode (MNP -> disconnect) Auto-reliable mode (LAPM -> MNP -> NORMAL -> disconnect). Same as /N5. LAPM-reliable mode (LAPM -> disconnect) Auto-reliable mode (LAPM -> MNP -> NORMAL -> disconnect). Same as /N3.
  • Page 66 Command Specification Default Attempt to connect at 53333bit/s Shows the current value. Shows the range [0-21] V.42bis/MNP5 disable. No data compression. V.42bis/MNP5 enable. Data compression enabled. Disable line quality monitor and auto-retrain. Enable line quality monitor and auto-retrain. Enable line quality monitor and fall back/fall forward. AT Commands Table...
  • Page 67: At Fax (Class1) Commands

    AT Fax (Class1) Commands Command Specification Default +FCLASS Service class indication (*1) Service class selection (*2) Service class capabilities (*2) +FTS Transmission silence (n=0-255, 10ms intervals) +FRS Receive silence. (n=0-255, 10ms intervals) +FTM Transmit FAX data with <n> carrier. Transmit FAX modulation. (*3) +FRM Receive FAX with <n>...
  • Page 68: V.25Ter At Commands

    V.25ter AT Commands Command Specification Description +GMI Return ‘Lucent Data/Fax’ Manufacturer Identification +GMR Return Lucent driver version number (e.g., 5.54) Version/Revision Information +GMM Return ‘H.324 video-ready rev. 1.0’ Modem Identification AT+A8E=<v80> The default value disables the CI origination Defined for two conditions: as a option while in V.8 negotiation.
  • Page 69: S Register Table

    S Register Table Default is North America. The shaded portions of the table are stored with AT&W command. Function Units Default Range Auto answer ring number Rings 000-255 *JP000-015 Ring counter. Read only. Rings 000-255 Escape character ASCII 000-128 Carriage return character (CR) ASCII 000-127 Line feed character (LF)
  • Page 70 “*” : These S-registers are country-specific. “**” : These return to default value by &W command “*JP” : Default for Japan mode Results bit mapped options status (Read only) Displays “CONNECT” ATX0 Bits 6-4 Displays “CONNECT xxx” ATX1 ATX1 mode + dial tone detection ATX2 ATX1 mode + busy tone detection ATX3...
  • Page 71 56K Dial Line Rate 56K disabled 56K enabled - automatic speed selection - maximum modem speed. 32000 bits/s 34000 bits/s 36000 bits/s 38000 bits/s 40000 bits/s 42000 bits/s 44000 bits/s 46000 bits/s 48000 bits/s 50000 bits/s 52000 bits/s 54000 bits/s 56000 bits/s Line Transmit Level.
  • Page 72: Result Codes Summary

    Result Codes Summary Result Code Numeric Description Command executed. CONNECT Modem connected to line. RING A ring signal has been detected. NO CARRIER Modem lost carrier signal, or does not detect carrier signal, or does not detect answer tone. ERROR Invalid command.
  • Page 73 Result Code Numeric Description CONNECT 38000 EC* Connection at 38000 bits/s. (K56flex mode) CONNECT 40000 EC* Connection at 40000 bits/s. (K56flex or V.90 mode) CONNECT 42000 EC* Connection at 42000 bits/s. (K56flex mode) CONNECT 44000 EC* Connection at 44000 bits/s. (K56flex or V.90 mode) CONNECT 46000 EC* Connection at 46000 bits/s.
  • Page 74: Appendix C Agency Notices

    Appendix C Agency Notices NOTICE Changes or modifications not expressly approved by Fujitsu could void this user’s authority to operate the equipment. FCC NOTICES Notice to Users of Radios and Television These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential installation. This equipment gener- ates, uses, and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful inter- ference to radio communications.
  • Page 75 Repairs to telecommunication equipment should be made by a Canadian authorized maintenance facility. Any repairs or alterations not expressly approved by Fujitsu or any equipment failures may give the telecommunication company cause to request the user to disconnect the equipment from the telephone line.
  • Page 76 UL Notice This unit requires an AC adapter to operate. Use only UL Listed Class 2 Adapters with an output rating of 16 VDC, with a current of 3.75 A. AC Adapter output polarity: C A U T I O N The modem-to-telephone network connection must be a line cord using a minimum #26 AWG wire.
  • Page 77 Index DC power input, pin assignments, 34 CPU speed, specifications, 26 AC adapter, specifications, 31 CPU speed, viewing in BIOS Setup, 24 ACPI, support for, 2 current BIOS settings, 4 active digitizer, 1 Advanced Configuration and Power Interface (ACPI) Specification, vi agency approval, specifications, 32 date, changing in BIOS Setup, 7 audio inputs and outputs, enabled and disabled on pen tablet...
  • Page 78 PC Cards, removing, 48 USB port, 29 PC2001 design guidelines, 1 video memory, 26 PCIC protocol, 1 Stylistic ST4000 Tablet Dock User’s Guide, vi Pen Support, 3 Stylistic ST4000 User’s Guide, vi peripheral interface, specifications, 29 sub battery, 31 peripheral interfaces, on tablet pc, 33...
  • Page 79 Universal Serial Bus, specification, vi USB port, position assignments, 34 USB port, specifications, pen tablet, 29 USB port, specifications, tablet dock, 32 user password, enabling in BIOS Setup, 17 video memory, specifications, 26 video modes supported for use with external monitor, 28 video, external, 28 XVGA video mode, 28 Index-3...