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Fujitsu TeamPad PBT7500-16 Operation Manual

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TeamPad 7500 Series
Operations Guide
Fujitsu-ICL Systems Inc.
Mobile Solutions
11085 N. Torrey Pines Rd.
La Jolla, CA 92037
Tel: 1-800-228-8683
Fax: 858-457-2701
handheldproducts@fjicl..com
www.fjicl.com
(PBT7500-16, PBT7510-16 & PBT7510-18)
Fujitsu Mobile Solutions
Providing Lightweight,
Rugged Solutions for
Mobile Evironments
i
90000079
Version 3.0

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    TeamPad 7500 Series Operations Guide (PBT7500-16, PBT7510-16 & PBT7510-18) Fujitsu Mobile Solutions Providing Lightweight, Rugged Solutions for Mobile Evironments Fujitsu-ICL Systems Inc. Mobile Solutions 90000079 11085 N. Torrey Pines Rd. Version 3.0 La Jolla, CA 92037 Tel: 1-800-228-8683 Fax: 858-457-2701 handheldproducts@fjicl..com...

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    1. Cisco {Part:AIR-LMC352}, {FCC ID: LDK102040}, {Canada: 246 1103 2079A}. Any changes or modifications to Fujitsu’s equipment not expressly approved by Fujitsu could void the user’s authority to operate the equipment per FCC regulations. 3. Installation / Servicing Procedures Only authorized Fujitsu integrators are permitted to install and service the RF devices within this unit.

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    Version 3.0 April 2001 Copyright © Fujitsu Limited and Fujitsu-ICL Systems, Inc. All Rights Reserved TeamPad is a trademark of Fujitsu Ltd. MS-DOS, Windows NT, Windows 2000 and Microsoft are the registered trademarks of Microsoft Corporation. Additionally, the company names and product names described in this manual are the trademarks of those respective companies.

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    FUJITSU makes every effort to prevent users and observers from being injured and to prevent property from suffering damage. To ensure no harm to you, observers, or the equipment itself, be...

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    Preface Thank you very much for purchasing our TeamPad 7500 series thin client device (PBT7500-16, PBT7510-16 or PBT7510-18). Carefully read this manual for the proper procedures to correctly use these devices. This manual also provides instructions on how to make the best use of all the available functions. Microsoft, Windows 2000 and Windows NT are the registered trademarks of Microsoft Corporation in USA and other countries.

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    Alert Messages This manual uses the following alert messages. An alert message consists of an alert signal and a message. An alert signal consists of a symbol and a word or just a word. The following are the alert signals and their meanings: Indicates a hazardous situation.

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    Observe the following to avoid an electrical shock or fire: Do not damage the power cord of any of the chargers in use (e.g., the charger of the main equipment). Electrical shock Do not use an outlet with a loose insertion port. Do not connect or disconnect the charger when your hands are wet.

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    The handheld device is precision equipment containing a liquid crystal display (LCD). Do not apply strong force, shock, or drop the device. Doing so Caution may damage or destroy the LCD. When not planning to use the device for a long time, disconnect the charger.

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    The battery pack can also be removed from the charger before charging is complete. A battery pack that has been stored for a long period of time needs to be charged before it is used. Dispose of any used batteries, according to the instructions of the Fujitsu service personnel. viii...

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    • Usage in a cold region Low temperature (10°C or lower) degrades the performance of a battery. The life of the battery in a cold region may be shorter than the average. Follow the instructions listed below to efficiently use the battery: 1.

  • Page 11: Notation

    Notation Marks used in this manual Mark Meaning NOTE Must be observed by the user as well as requests for the user. The user must read every NOTE. & Advice & References that must be observed by the user. >>Reference>> This indicates a reference.

  • Page 12: Table Of Contents

    Preface Notation....................... x Marks used in this manual ................x Terms used in this manual ................x Preface......................xi Introduction to the TeamPad 7500 ..........1 1.1 Overview of This Unit ................1 1.2 Component Names................2 1.3 Battery Usage ..................7 1.3.1 Battery details....................

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    3.7 Adjusting the TeamPad 7500 Setup Settings ........35 3.7.1 Changing the setup settings................ 35 3.7.2 Initializing the setup settings............... 35 3.8 Using the Screen Keyboard ..............37 3.8.1 Entering the characters................37 3.8.2 Changing the mode..................37 LED Display ..................37 4.1 LED Displayed While in Operation ............

  • Page 14: Introduction To The Teampad 7500

    1 Introduction to the TeamPad 7500 Series 1.1 Overview of The TeamPad 7500 Series The TeamPad 7500 series is connected to a server (OS: Microsoft® Windows 2000® Server or Microsoft® Windows NT® Server 4.0 Terminal Server Edition) through a Spread Spectrum (SS) radio LAN and is operated after securing the connection.

  • Page 15: Component Names

    1.2 Component Names [Front] Component name Remarks Radio antenna Built-in Battery case The case that holds the battery. Speaker Built-in LCD touch panel Hereafter called “touch panel” or “screen”. [Bottom] Component name Remarks AC adapter Connector for the AC adapter connector Charging terminal Terminal connected to the charging...

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    [Back] PBT7500-16 [Back] PBT7510-16 & PBT7510-18...

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    Component name Remarks TP7500 TP7510 ü ü Bar code reader Will be supported. interface ü ü Extended interface Will be supported. ü Extended interface 2 Will be supported. ü ü Audio interface Will be supported. ü ü Hand strap Attached to product ü...

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    [Keys] Component name Remarks Power/Charging LED for displaying the power supply status LED and charging status. Hereafter called “LED”.  Ten key  Cursor key  Clear key  Backspace key System key Hereafter called the [SYS] key. Power key For turning on/off the power supply.

  • Page 20: Battery Usage

    1.3 Battery Usage 1.3.1 Battery details • Battery type The TeamPad 7500 Series thin client device has a 1750 mAh lithium ion battery. A battery has multiple terminals. • Battery Life Charging and discharging a battery can be repeated approximately 500 times. The duration of battery life becomes shortened as it is used repeatedly.

  • Page 21: Battery Charging

    1.3.2 Battery charging The battery should be charged when a new battery is used, or when the residual battery capacity is low. The battery can be charged by using any of the following three methods: • Charging with the Charge Stand (PBT7531-01) •...

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    Charge with the Charger Stand There are two methods of charging a TeamPad 7500 series thin client device with a charger stand. The first is to charge one handheld with one charger stand, and the other is to charge two units simultaneously with two charger stands.

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    (4) Set this unit with the battery upright on the charging adapter. Ø Charging will automatically begin. The LED turns green while the unit is being charged. The LED turns off when charging has completed. Charging time is approximately 2.5 hours. NOTE •...

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    (2) Connect the plug sockets of the AC adapter connection interfaces of two charger stands to each other with the charger stand connector cable. NOTE: The charger stand has two AC adapter sockets, either socket may be used to connect using the charger stand connector cable.

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    NOTE • This unit must not be subjected to shock when setting this unit upright in the charging stand. Problems may occur with the unit or to the charging stand if the unit is subjected to shock. • When the LED flashes green at an interval of approximately 0.5 seconds, it indicates that charging is not happening correctly.

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    The LED turns green while the unit is being charged. The LED turns off when charging has completed. Charging time is approximately 2.5 hours. NOTE • When the LED flashes green at an interval of approximately 0.5 seconds, it indicates that charging is not happening correctly.

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    NOTE If the LED of the dual battery pack charger flashes red, verify that the battery(s) is connected securely inside the pack charger. If the battery(s) is connected correctly and the LED is still flashing red, than that indicates a problem with the battery or the battery has reached the end of its life cycle.

  • Page 28: Setting/removing The Battery

    1.3.3 Setting/Removing the battery Setting the battery (1) Two battery lock switches reside on the back surface of the 7500 series device. Slide the battery lock switches to the [UNLOCK] position. (2) Insert the battery correctly into the handheld until a “click” is heard. (3) Slide the battery lock switches to the [LOCK] position.

  • Page 29: Teampad 7500 Series Setup

    2 TeamPad 7500 Series Setup Correct setup of the TeamPad 7500 series device consists of the following tasks: Network Settings Change network settings and Spread Spectrum radio settings. Server Settings Set connect entry to server. Terminal Server/Power Saving Settings Set power saving and auto-connect to server settings. NOTE Before setup can begin, please charge the battery and insert it into the handheld.

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    about 0.5 seconds. Replace with a new battery. There might be a hardware fault if the LED flashes red for 5 seconds at an interval of about 0.5 seconds. Contact a field support service representative. (2) Tap on the [Yes] button on the [Change Settings] window for network settings. Ø...

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    NOTE Contact a network system administrator to confirm the settings of items on the [Spectrum24 Settings] window. Ø The [Spectrum24 Settings] window is closed. (7) Tap on [Close] from the [File] menu on the control panel. Ø After the control panel is closed, the [Power savings and connecting to Terminal Server] window is displayed.

  • Page 32: Setting To Connect The Server

    2.2 Setting to connect the Server >>Reference>> “3.8 Using the Screen Keyboard” for more information on about the screen keyboard. (1) Tap on the [Yes] tab on the [Change settings] window. Ø The [WTS Connection Wizard] window is displayed. & Advice & Tap on the [No] tab, don’t change WTS connection settings to change settings of this unit.

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    [Name] entry field Input “fht”. (Fixed) [Server] entry field Input the server’s IP address. [Low Speed Connection] check box Don’t use “Low Speed Connection”. Don’t check this check box. & Advice & Following items is the tab which mean the “WTS connection wizard” window. [Back] bottom Back 1 window to display the “WTS connection wizard”...

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    Ø (4) Set the following settings on the 2 [WTS Connection Wizard] window. • [Automatic Connection To Server] check box This check box sets whether or not this unit is automatically connected to the server when this unit is turned on. NOTE Don’t uncheck this checked box, the user name, password, and the domain name must be entered by pressing the Ten key when this unit is connected to the server.

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    (6) Set the following settings on the 3 [WTS Connection Wizard] window. [Desktop] Select [Desktop] when an application software is not started just after connecting to the server. [Application File Name] Select [Application File Name] when an optional application software is started just after connecting to the server.

  • Page 36: Enter The Settings For The Terminal Server/power Saving

    Ø Close the [WTS connection wizard] window, and display the [Setting the Terminal Server/Power Saving] window. Ö This is the end of operation to set connection the server. Refer back to “2.3 Enter the Settings for the Terminal Server/Power Saving” for more information on this process.

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    (3) Tap on the [Server connection] tab. (4) Set the following with the [Server connection] tab: • [Auto Connect to a server] Click off the [Enable] check box to connect server automatically when terminal is turned on. & Advice & If [Enable] check box is not checked off, the [Terminal Server client] window will be displayed when terminal is turned on.

  • Page 38: Using This Unit

    & Advice & The [Initialize] tab is used for initializing the setup settings. >>Reference>> “3.7.2 Initializing the setup settings” (6) Tap on the [Yes] button on the [Save Settings] window. Tap on the [No] button to terminate the setup without saving any information that has been set during the setup.

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    supply of this unit when the automatic connection to the server is set during the setup. Enter the IP address of the server in the [Terminal Server Client] window. To display this window press the Ten key when turning on this unit if the automatic connection to the server has not been set during the initial setup.

  • Page 40: Turning Off The Power Supply

    3.1.2 Turning off the power supply (1) Execute any of the following operations: • Terminate any application software currently running. • Press and hold the [PWR] key (for about 3 seconds) until the power supply has turned off, if the application software is not starting. Ø...

  • Page 41: Controlling The Speaker's Volume

    3.2 Controlling the Speaker’s Volume The following describes the operation to control the speaker’s volume. NOTE The volume is automatically set to [High] when this unit has been restarted using the Reset switch, or when the battery has been replaced with a new one. Adjust the speaker’s volume if necessary.

  • Page 42: Confirming The Battery Status

    3.3 Confirming the Battery Status The following describes the operation to confirm the battery status, residual battery capacity, residual expected available time, and charging/discharging count. (1) Press the [R] key by holding on the [SYS] key while the power supply is being turned on. Ø...

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    • Residual battery capacity The residual battery capacity is displayed with %. However, [Undetermined] will be displayed in [Residual Battery Capacity] if [Undetermined] is displayed in [Status]. • Residual expected available time The residual expected available time for the battery is displayed in the unit of minutes. However, [Undetermined] will be displayed in [Residual Expected Available Time] if [Undetermined] is displayed in [Status].

  • Page 44: Controlling The Back Light Of The Screen

    3.4 Controlling the LCD Panel Back Light The following describes the operation to control the LCD panel back light. >>Reference>> “2.2 Setting to connect the Server” about setting the back light brightness when turning on the power supply. (1) Press the [R] key while the power supply is being turned on. Ø...

  • Page 45: Calibration Of The Touch Panel

    3.6 Calibration of the LCD Touch Panel The LCD touch panel has lost calibration accuracy if the touch panel does not respond when tapping on the screen, or if a different portion of the touch screen is activated other than the part which received the input.

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    center of [+]. In this case, tap on the [+] mark again. & Advice & The touch panel calibration can be stopped by pressing the [ENT] key if the [Cancel] button is not valid. Ø The tapped [+] disappears, and another [+] is displayed at a different position. However, the touch panel calibration will stop, and the unit will restart if the [Cancel] button is tapped.

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    • It takes a few seconds for this unit to be restarted after tapping on the [OK] button. The [PWR] key must not be pressed before this unit is restarted.

  • Page 48: Adjusting The Teampad 7500 Setup Settings

    3.7 Adjusting the TeamPad 7500 Setup Settings 3.7.1 Changing the setup settings The following describes the operation to change the setup settings. (1) Press the [PWR] key while holding down the [FUNC] key, [SYS] key, and an optional location on the touch panel when the power supply of the unit is being turned off. Ø...

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    (5) Tap on the [OK] button on the [Power savings and connecting to Terminal Server] window. Ø The [Save Settings] window is displayed. (6) Tap on the [Yes] button on the [Save Settings] window. However, if the setup settings are not initialized, then tap on the [No] button. Ø...

  • Page 50: Using The Screen Keyboard

    3.8 Using the Screen Keyboard The screen keyboard is a full alphanumeric keyboard which can be accessed by pressing the [SYS] and [DOWN ARROW]. 3.8.1 Entering the characters (1) Tap on a key on the screen keyboard. Ø The character is entered. 3.8.2 Changing the mode The screen keyboard has two modes, i.e., alphabetical lowercase character mode and alphabetical uppercase character mode.

  • Page 51: Led Displayed While Charging Is Performed

    LED display Response Color Display status Green Fully Lit This unit has initiated the boot up process. The LED is lit when the [PWR] key is pressed until the screen is displayed. Blink (for 5 seconds at This unit is abnormal. Contact a Field an interval of about 0.5 support service representative.

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    Green Charging is completed. Blink Charging cannot be performed since the battery may not be connected correctly to the battery pack charger or the battery may be damaged. Correctly connect the battery to the battery pack charger, or replace the battery with a new one.

  • Page 53: Spread Spectrum Radio

    “RF friendly” devices and have been tested with PCMCIA radio cards and RF backbone equipment from the major RF equipment vendors. Please refer to your Fujitsu-ICL Systems, Inc. technical representative for information regarding specific TeamPad 7500 series models and FCC certification of specific RF solutions.

  • Page 54: Keygen

    The data is passed to the currently open application. Installation: 1. Copy the keygen.exe to the appropriate directory (C:\Fujitsu) on your Terminal Server. 2. On your TeamPad 7500 series device, create a shortcut that points to keygen.exe 3. Drag that shortcut into the startup folder if you want keygen to start automatically. Otherwise just leave it on your desktop and start it manually.

  • Page 55: If A Message Is Displayed

    8 If A Message Is Displayed... Take action according to the “Response” if any of the following messages are displayed. Message Response The DHCP could not obtain the IP The DHCP could not obtain the IP address. Verify address. Reinsert the card, or allocate whether or not the network has been set for the the address manually.

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    installed. been damaged. Contact a Field support service representative. Terminal Server Client Disconnected. The message may have exceeded the radio communication range. Send the message again within the radio communication range. >>Reference>> “5 SS Radio”...

  • Page 57: Troubleshooting

    9 Troubleshooting Take action according to “Response” before contacting a Field support service representative if any of the following symptoms has been detected during using this unit. Symptom Response The power supply cannot be The battery charge may be low. Replace the low capacity turned on.

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    Item Specifications Controller 64-bit RISC CPU -- 85MHz Memory ROM: 16 MB + 2 MB (Flash ROM) RAM: 16 MB Display Type 800 (width) × 600 (length), SVGA, 256 colors Screen size Display lighting High-brightness back light with the FL tube Operation panel Touch panel, Back Light key, Contrast key, Contrast key (×...

  • Page 59: B Expendable Supplies

    Other parts except the above may need to be replaced at the user’s cost if they are used beyond the Fujitsu-defined limits of use. Contact a Field support service representative for details of the Fujitsu-defined limits of use as well as the parts that may be replaced.

  • Page 60: C Accessories

    C Accessories Accessory Remarks Battery pack 1 ea. PBT7531-05 Pen Stylus 1 ea. PBT7633-05 Hand strap 1 ea. PBT7633-01 Instruction Manual 1 ea. PBT90000079 The pen and hand strap can be purchased individually by specifying the above Model numbers.)

  • Page 61: D Optional Equipment

    D Optional Equipment Product name Model number Specification Dual Battery Pack PBT7531-03 Unit for charging one or two batteries. Charger The charging period is about 2.5 hours. Neck strap FHTNS701 Strap used for suspending this unit from the neck of the user...

  • Page 62: Index

    Index Accessories................. 45 Battery charging..................7 details..................6 removing ................14 setting .................. 14 status, confirming..............28 usage..................6 Calibration of the touch panel............31 Changing mode ................35 Charging with AC adapter ............11 Charging with battery pack charger ..........12 Charging with charging stand............8 Component names.................2 Controlling back light..............

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    Message ..................40 Optional equipment ..............46 Power supply turning off ................25 turning on................25 Setting network ................18 Setting terminal server/power saving ..........22 Setup changing settings ..............34 initializing settings..............34 operation to be performed first ..........17 Specifications................

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