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  • Page 2: Safety Precautions

    Safety precautions Introduction The following precautions are provided for using the Mobile Terminal safely. The symbols used and their meanings are described below. Make sure you have understood the safety precautions before going to the main text. <Symbols> Notation WARNING WARNING indicates an imminently hazardous situation which, if not avoided, could result in death or...

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    WARNING Do not use in extreme humidity or near water. Otherwise, this may cause short circuit or corrosions. Keep the devices away from direct sunlight or high temperatures. This may cause charging devices to overheat, ignite or cause damage to circuits.

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    cause overheat, burst, or ignition. Do not touch charging device, power cord, or AC socket with wet hands. This may cause equipment failure, electric shock or bodily injury. Do not place heavy objects over the power cord. Do not twist or jerk the cables.

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    cause electric shock, fire, or equipment failure. CAUTION Use the device on the following conditions. Otherwise, this may cause equipment failure. Temperature and Humidity Operating : 0 to 40 , 35 to 85%(non-condensing) Non-Operating: -10 to 60 , 10 to 85%(non-condensing) Do not place the device near a place where the temperature changes violently or thermogenic...

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    safety. Do not apply strong impact to the Main Battery or charging devices. Otherwise, this may result in battery explosion, fire, or equipment failure. Keep the devices away from direct sunlight or high temperatures. This may cause overheat, burst, or reduced life and performance. Operation is subject to the following two conditions: (1) this device may not cause interference, and...

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    The Mobile Terminal (S1596-01) has been tested and found to comply with the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) guidelines on radio frequency energy (RF) exposures.

  • Page 8: Table Of Contents

    Contents SAFETY PRECAUTIONS..................1 1. SYSTEM OVERVIEW ..................8 1.1 Part Names ........................... 8 System for Using Mobile Terminal (MT) ..................8 MT Part Names ..........................9 Hardware Hardware Specification Indicator Switches Battery Exchange Steps Instructions 2.5 How to attach the shoulder belt 2.6 The Reset switch...

  • Page 9: System Overview

    1.1 Part Names System for Using Mobile Terminal (MT) * Used equipment is different Single Docking Station (SDS) depending on the S1596-03 specification. Mobile Terminal (MT) S1596-01 Dual Charging Station (DCS) S1596-06 Main Battery S1596-05 AC Adapter SBC (Single Battery Charger) S1596-04...

  • Page 10: Mt Part Names

    MT Part Names (Front View) Liquid crystal display with touch panel Volume Earphone IrDA USB host Battery charge i di Microphone Signal strength i di Keyboard Power Power lamp Charge Docking Communication 1. Liquid crystal display Displays operation contents and instructions. with touch panel Operation is done with the touch-key (using fingers).

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    15. Rechargeable Provides battery power for running the unit. Main Battery(S1596-05) Make sure your fingers/hand are not caught when placing the Main Battery (S1596-05). This terminal is only for Main Battery (S5196-01). Do not use other batteries. 16. Release lever Furthermore, do not touch the terminal.

  • Page 12: Specification

    Hardware Specification 2.1 Hardware Specification Intel PXA270 520MHz Processor 64MB Control Unit 128MB Storage 128MB (CF Card (1MB =1000,000bytes) Method 10.4-inch XGA TFT LCD Display (w/ Backlight) Resolution 1024 X768 Display Color 65536 colors 800X600 can be displayed as 1024X768 by stretch Graphics function.

  • Page 13: Led

    (In Operation) 0 ~ 40 (32 ~ 104 F), 35 ~ 85% No condensation Temperature/ or frosting) Humidity range (Storage) -10 ~ 60 (14~140 F), 10 ~ 85% (No condensation or frosting) Main Battery Remaining Level Indicator (Displays level of remaining Main Battery) - Signal Strength Level Indicator (Displays signal level...

  • Page 14: Indicator

    2.2 LED Indicator Remaining Remaining Power LED Recharge LED Level[%] Main Indicator Indicator Battery Indicator ( GREEN) Powe AC Adapter not 100 70 GREEN r ON connected 69 39 GREEN (Main Battery GREEN -Operated) ORANGE AC Adapter 100 96 GREEN GREEN Connected *3 95 70...

  • Page 15: Switches

    Signal Strength Level LED Indicator Signal Strength Level ( Green) Excellent Good Poor No Signal Battery Lock LED Indicator This indicator works exactly as same as the Power LED Indicator. This indicator is used for Main Battery exchange. Communication Status LED Indicator This indicator exhibits communication status.

  • Page 16: Battery Exchange Steps And Instructions

    2.4 Battery Exchange Steps and Instructions 1) Please make sure the MT is suspended before removing the Main Battery. There is possibility of losing data if you remove the Main Battery suddenly without suspending the MT first (power-off). Data in MT may be lost if the Main Battery removed for a while.

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    Do not use the one other than Main Battery (S1596-05). This may cause electric shock, fire, or equipment failure. Note: When dispose Main Battery, please contact to help desk or follow the indication of the Government or a state. - 16 -...

  • Page 18: How To Attach The Shoulder Belt

    2.5 How to attach the shoulder belt Do not forget to attach the shoulder belt to avoid damage due to fall. ( The MT may hit the floor when you get down. Be careful not to damage the device. (Use the shoulder belt crossed to avoid damage.) 1.

  • Page 19: Sub-battery And Rtc Battery

    Sub Battery and RTC Battery The MT is equipped with built-in Sub Battery RTC Battery. * Do not touch the Sub Battery or RTC Battery except when necessary. How to open the battery cover The battery cover can be opened using a coin. Insert a coin in the battery cover slot to open.

  • Page 20: Charging

    Charging Methods for charging the MT (Mobile Terminal) S1596-01 are the following four: With AC Adapter (S1596-04) With SDS (S1596-03) With DCS (S1596-06) With SBC (S1596-02) Don’t use other way for charging. This may cause electric shock, fire, or equipment failure.

  • Page 21: Charging With Sds

    Charging with SDS Insert the MT into the SDS. Confirm that MT presence lamp on SDS turns on as well as the MT charging lamp (becomes orange). When charging is complete, the MT charging lamp changes to green. * If the charging lamp does not turn on: Check that the MT is correctly inserted in the SDS.

  • Page 22: Charging With Dcs

    Charging with DCS Before starting recharge, confirm that the DCS power lamp is ON. If not, turn on the power switch. With DCS, you may put the MT itself or the Main Battery (S1596-05) for recharge. 1. Recharging the MT Plug the MT charging terminal into the DCS charging terminal.

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  • Page 24: Charging With Sbc

    Charging with SBC Insert the Main Battery into the SBC charging terminal. Confirm that the SBC charging lamp turns on (becomes orange). When charging is complete, the charging lamp changes to green. * If the charging lamp does not turn on: Check that the Main Battery charging terminal is correctly plugged into the SBC charging terminal.

  • Page 25: Miscellaneous

    Miscellaneous Notes Notes 1. No part of this manual may be reproduced in any form without prior permission. 2. The contents of this manual are subject to change without prior notice. 3. Please contact your nearest sales representation office if you feel that any corrections or clarifications should be made to the contents of this manual.

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