Document Number: UY610-03-0055-76 User’s Manual The attachment is the user’s manual of the specific Lenovo host PC device in this application, which indicates the regulatory notice concerning the FCC Part 2 /15B /22H /24E and IC RSS-102/ 132 /133, ICES-003.
USA — Federal Communications Commission (FCC) If your computer integrates the wireless WAN adapter (Model: UNDP-1), you may connect it to the radiocommunication Public Network in the USA. I. FCC ID of the wireless adapter...
III. RF safety compliance The radiated energy from the antenna connected to the wireless WAN adapter (Model: UNDP-1 ) conforms to the FCC limit of the SAR (Specific Absorption Rate) requirement regarding 47 CFR Part 2 section 1093 when the computer was tested in either conventional notebook or tablet computer orientations.
Consult an authorized dealer or service representative for help. Lenovo is not responsible for any radio or television interference caused by unauthorized changes or modifications to this equipment. Unauthorized changes or modifications could void the user’s authority to operate the equipment.
6, obtainable from Health Canada’s Web site at www.hc-sc.gc.ca/ The radiated energy from the antenna connected to the wireless WAN adapter (Model: UNDP-1, IC: 2723A-UNDP1) conforms to the IC limit of the SAR (Specific Absorption Rate) requirement regarding IC RSS-102, Issue 2 clause 4.1.
Code 6 sur le site Web du Ministére de la santé canadien à l’adresse www.hc-sc.gc.ca/ L’énergie émise par l’antenne reliée au adaptateur sans fil (modèle : UNDP-1, IC : 2723A-UNDP1) respecte la limite concernant le débit d’absorption spécifique (DAS) telle que définie par Industrie Canada dans la clause 4.1 du document CNR-102.
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Location of the FCC ID and IC Certification number label There is no FCC ID or IC Certification number for the PCI Express Mini Card shown on the enclosure of your ThinkPad® computer. Instead you will find an indicator pointing to the location of the FCC ID and the IC Certification number for the installed transmitter card on the bottom side of your ThinkPad as shown below.
Location of the UltraConnect wireless antennas ThinkPad® models feature an integrated diversity antenna system built into the display for optimal reception, enabling wireless communication wherever you are. The following shows the location of each built-in wireless antenna. 1. Wireless WAN antenna (Auxiliary) If your computer comes with a wireless WAN feature, its auxiliary antenna is located at the top left side of the computer display.
Location: Bluetooth antenna Right Front Left Bottom Bluetooth antenna Some ThinkPad® models have Integrated Bluetooth features.
Location: PCI Express Mini Card slot for Wireless LAN/WiMAX Front Right Left Bottom PCI Express Mini Card slot for Wireless LAN/WiMAX Your computer might include a PCI Express Mini Card in the PCI Express Mini Card slot for Wireless LAN/WiMAX which enable wireless LAN communications.
Location: PCI Express Mini Card slot for Wireless WAN Front Right Left Bottom PCI Express Mini Card slot for Wireless WAN Some computers have a PCI Express Mini Card in the PCI Express Mini Card slot for Wireless WAN which enable wireless WAN communications.
Location: PCI Express Half Mini Card slot for Wireless USB Front Right Left Bottom PCI Express Half Mini Card slot for Wireless USB Some models have the Wireless USB features. This slot also accepts an Intel® Turbo Memory Card.
The static electricity could damage the PCI Express Mini Card. Note: Use the PCI Express Mini Card provided by Lenovo. Replacing a PCI Express Mini Card with two connectors Replacing a PCI Express Mini Card with three connectors...
PCI Express Half Mini Card 7. Remove the screws. PCI Express Mini Card PCI Express Half Mini Card...
8. Remove the card. PCI Express Mini Card PCI Express Half Mini Card 9. Align the contact edge of the PCI Express Mini Card with the corresponding socket contact of the computer. 10. Pivot the card until you can snap it into place by pressing the upper side of the connectors; then secure the card with the two screws.
Reinstall the palm rest. Reinstall the keyboard. Reinstall the battery. 15. Turn the computer over again. Connect the AC adapter and cables to the computer; then turn it on. Replacing a PCI Express Mini Card with three connectors If your computer has a Multiple Input Multiple Output (MIMO) or WiMAX feature, the PCI Express Mini Card with three connectors comes with the computer.
8. Remove the card. 9. Align the contact edge of the new card with the corresponding socket contact of the computer. 10. Pivot the card until you can snap it into place by pressing the upper side of the connectors; then secure the card with the two screws.
Installing and replacing the PCI Express Mini Card for wireless WAN connection Before you start, print these instructions. Some ThinkPad® models have a PCI Express Mini Card slot for wireless WAN connection. To replace the PCI Express Mini Card with a new one, follow the procedure below. Danger: During electrical storms, do not connect the cable to or disconnect it from the telephone outlet on the wall.
8. Remove the card. 9. Align the contact edge of the new Wireless WAN Card with the corresponding socket contact of the computer. 10. Pivot the card until you can snap it into place by pressing the upper side of the connectors; then secure the card with the two screws.
Power-status indicators The computer has status indicators that show the mode (sleep/standby, hibernation, or normal), AC power status, and the status of the battery. The following shows the location and the meaning of the indicators: For models with Bluetooth For models with Wireless USB 1.
Location: wireless radio switch Left Front Right Bottom Wireless radio switch You can quickly turn the wireless features of your ThinkPad computer on and off using this switch.
Wireless connections Wireless connection is the transfer of data without the use of cables by means of radio waves only. Depending on the frequency used for data transmission, the area covered, or the type of the device used for data transfer, the following categories of wireless networks may be available to you: Wireless LAN A wireless local area network covers a relatively small geographic area, such as an office building or a house.
Using wireless LAN connections Your computer comes with a built-in wireless networking card and a configuration utility to help you make wireless connections and monitor the status of your connection, so that you can stay connected to your network while you are in the office, in a meeting room, or at home, with no need for a wired connection.
Using WiMAX Some ThinkPad® computers come with a built-in wireless LAN card integrating WiMAX technology. WiMAX -- a long-range wireless data transmission technology based on the IEEE 802.16 standard -- provides you with a "last mile" broadband connectivity similar to that offered by cable or ADSL, but without the need to physically connect a cable to the PC. To use the WiMAX feature, start Access Connections™.
Using wireless WAN connections Wireless Wide Area Network (wireless WAN) enables you to establish wireless connections over remote public or private networks. These connections can be maintained over a large geographical area, such a city or an entire country, by use of multiple antenna sites or satellite systems maintained by wireless service providers.
Using Wireless USB Note: For Japanese models, when you use the Wireless USB feature, use AC power to run your computer. If you do not use AC adapter, the Wireless USB feature will not work. If your computer is equipped with Wireless USB features, you can enable or disable those features by pressing Fn+F5. If you press Fn+F5, a list of wireless features is displayed.
Using Bluetooth For Windows Vista® For Windows® XP For Windows Vista: If your computer is equipped with the Integrated Bluetooth features, you can enable or disable the features by pressing Fn+F5. If you press Fn+F5, a list of wireless features is displayed. You can enable or disable the Bluetooth features with a single click. To connect to a Bluetooth device, start Access Connections™.
For Windows XP: If your computer is equipped with the Integrated Bluetooth features, you can enable or disable the features by pressing Fn+F5. If you press Fn+F5, a list of wireless features is displayed. You can enable or disable the Bluetooth features with a single click. In Windows XP, you can use either ThinkPad®...
Using ThinkPad Bluetooth with Enhanced Data Rate Software If ThinkPad Bluetooth with Enhanced Data Rate Software is installed on your computer, two icons are displayed on the screen: My Bluetooth Places on the desktop Bluetooth Configuration in the system tray of the taskbar My Bluetooth Places To use the Bluetooth features, do the following: 1.
Bluetooth Configuration To use the configuration features of Bluetooth, right-click the icon. A pop-up menu appears. Select Bluetooth Setup Wizard or Advanced Configuration. The Bluetooth Setup Wizard has the following capabilities: Finding all Bluetooth-enabled devices that can provide services Finding a specific Bluetooth-enabled device that you want to use, and configuring the services on that device Configuring the Bluetooth-enabled services on your computer that are provided for remote devices Configuring the name and device type of your computer The Advanced Configuration has the following functions:...
2. Click Start -> Run. 3. Type "C:\SWTOOLS\Drivers\TPBTooth\Setup.exe" (or specify the full path to the setup.exe file you have downloaded from http://www.lenovo.com/think/support); then click OK. 4. Click Next. 5. Select I accept the terms in the license agreement; then click Next.
replace the Bluetooth driver, as follows: 1. Click Start-->Control Panel. 2. Click Performance and Maintenance; then click System. 3. Click the Hardware tab; then click Device Manager. 4. Double-click Bluetooth Radios to extract the Bluetooth Radios device tree. 5. Double-click the ThinkPad Bluetooth with Enhanced Data Rate icon to open the Properties window. 6.
Wireless networking setup To use the built-in wireless networking card (the IEEE 802.11 standard) to communicate, start Access Connections™. To start the Access Connections wizard, click Start -> All Programs -> ThinkVantage -> Access Connections, and follow the instructions on the screen. Note: Before you start setting up wireless networking connections by using Access Connections, obtain a Network Name (SSID) and your encryption information from your network administrator.
Advances in wireless technology require that we manage your security more reliably than ever. Therefore, Lenovo has extended its Embedded Security Subsystem to encompass virtually all of our ThinkPad® and desktop computer lines. This security subsystem helps protect data, hardware, network access and communications - both wired and wireless - on select ThinkPad and desktop PCs.
Checking wireless connection status You can check the signal strength and status of your wireless connection either by opening Access Connections™, or by double-clicking the Access Connections wireless status icon in the system tray. The Access Connections wireless status icon displays the signal strength and status of your wireless connection. Wireless status icon states: wireless LAN No link or a very poor one Usable but weak link...
Enabling or disabling the wireless feature To enable or disable the wireless feature, press Fn+F5. A list of wireless features is displayed. You can turn the feature on and off with a single click. You can also enable or disable the feature by the following procedures. To enable the wireless feature, do as follows: 1.
Depending on the model, your ThinkPad® computer might be wireless upgradeable. This means that your computer has an antenna that can support wireless LAN access when wireless LAN access points are available. Wireless devices are available from Lenovo: Finding ThinkPad...
Wireless related information Wireless interoperability Wireless LAN PCI Express Mini Card is designed to be interoperable with any wireless LAN product that is based on Direct Sequence Spread Spectrum (DSSS), Complementary Code Keying (CCK), and/or Orthogonal Frequency Division Multiplexing (OFDM) radio technology, and is compliant to: The IEEE 802.11a/b/g Standard on Wireless LANs, as defined and approved by the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers.
Because Wireless LAN PCI Express Mini Card and Bluetooth Daughter Card operate within the guidelines found in radio frequency safety standards and recommendations, Lenovo believes the integrated wireless cards are safe for use by consumers. These standards and recommendations reflect the consensus of the scientific community and result from deliberations of panels and committees of scientists who continually review and interpret the extensive research literature.
Using the tablet mode In the tablet mode, you can use your ThinkPad® computer in a creative and intuitive way by jotting down notes and illustrations with the Tablet Digitizer Pen and then storing them digitally. To use your ThinkPad computer in the tablet mode, do as follows: 1.
4. Press the center latch down to lock the display. Note: Do not rotate, twist, or bend the center latch of the display. Your computer is now in the tablet mode . To return your ThinkPad computer to the notebook mode, do as follows: 1.
Your computer is now in the notebook mode . Tips on using your computer in the tablet mode To close the computer display, first make sure that the display either faces the keyboard or is positioned at 180 degrees to the keyboard, so that the back of the display faces the keyboard. Do not pick up or hold the computer by the display only.
Using the Tablet Digitizer Pen The Tablet Digitizer Pen and its accessories are shipped in a separate box within the ThinkPad® shipping box. You can use the pen to control your computer just as you would with a mouse or keyboard. Note: This pen is not waterproof.
only. Do not insert it into the pen slot of the ThinkPad X200 Tablet computer. Using the Tablet PC Input Panel Besides functioning as a basic selection tool, the Tablet Digitizer Pen also enables you to write text or draw on the screen, as you would with a pen on paper. Different methods of input can be chosen from the Tablet PC Input Panel on the Windows®...
Using the touch panel Some models have the touch panel feature. The touch panel feature makes the interaction with your ThinkPad computer even more natural, because you can use your finger instead of a pen for navigation on the go. To make a selection (single click), tap the display once with your finger.