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90000454
For Maintenance Purpose Only
TeamPad 500
Operations Guide
Rev 1.0

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  • Page 1 90000454 For Maintenance Purpose Only TeamPad 500 Operations Guide Rev 1.0...
  • Page 2 Refer to this manual when necessary, so keep this manual in an easy-to-refer to place. FUJITSU makes every effort to prevent users and observers from being injured and to prevent property from suffering from damage. To ensure no harm to you, observers, or the equipment itself, be sure to use the product according to the instructions in this manual.
  • Page 3 FCC WARNING: Changes of modifications not expressly approved by the party responsible for compliance could void the user's authority to operate the equipment. This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules.
  • Page 4 REVISION RECORD REVISION DATE ISSUED DESCRIPTION OF CHANGE PAGE (S) March 2001 Original issue Document Code No.: 90000454 Date: March, 2001 - ii -...
  • Page 5: Table Of Contents

    Contents Part I HHCs Chapter 1 Outline ............................1-1 1.1 HHC Types and Options........................1-1 1.2 Exterior Views ............................1-1 1.3 Specifications ............................1-4 Chapter 2 Operations ............................2-1 2.1 Holding the HHC..........................2-2 2.2 Turning the HHC On and Off.......................2-2 2.3 Adjusting LCD Contrast........................2-2 2.4 Turning On the LCD Backlight ......................2-2 2.5 Key Functions............................
  • Page 6: Part I Hhcs

    1.1 HHC Types and Options In addition to being completely compatible with the industry-standard Windows-CE machines, the TeamPad 500 Series HHCs will support options such as memory cards (those controlling modems and LANs) and bar code scanners. The HHCs run Windows-CE as an operating system. In addition, specialized application software is available to meet specific and general needs.
  • Page 7 Figure 1.2.1 TeamPad 500 Series HHC with a printer...
  • Page 8 Figure 1.2.2 TeamPad 500 Series HHC without a printer...
  • Page 9: Specifications

    1.3 Specifications This section summarizes the specifications of the TeamPad 500 Series HHCs. Table 1.1 TeamPad 500 Series HHC specifications (1/2) ITEM without Printer with Printer Control 64bit RISC CPU Memory RAM: 32MB ROM: 32MB Windows -CE V2.12 240 × 320 pixels...
  • Page 10 Table 1.1 TeamPad 500 Series HHC specifications (2/2) ITEM Without Printer with Printer Power Main battery Lithium-ion battery pack (7.2 V/1200 mAh) Back-up battery Lithium rechargeable batteries (3.0 V/90 mAh) Operating time +20 ° C +20 ° C *Note2 (with a new battery) 0 °...
  • Page 11: Chapter 2 Operations

    Chapter 2 Operations This chapter provides operating instructions for the TeamPad 500 Series hand-held computers (HHCs). Figure 2.1 shows the keyboard and display (LCD) of a HHC. The HHC is powered from the internal lithium-ion battery pack. Roll Paper Cover...
  • Page 12: Holding The Hhc

    2.1 Holding the HHC The HHCs are furnished with a hand strap on their back so you can hold them securely during use. Hold the HHC as shown in Figure 2.1.1. Reset Switch Knob PCMCIA slot Hand strap Charging terminals Battery cover Charging jack Figure 2.1.1 Holding the HHC...
  • Page 14: Key Functions

    2.5 Key Functions As stated in Chapter 1, the HHC keyboard contains a set of 24 keys. This section shows their key labels and explains the functions of major keys. 2.5.1 Key Labels Figure 2.5.1 shows the labels of those keys that are functional when the [SFT] key is pressed and those that are functional when it is not pressed.
  • Page 15: Functions Of Major Keys

    2.5.2 Functions of major keys The table below describes typical functions of major keys. [Examples] Function F1 (Function 1) (Note) F2 (Function 2) (Note) F3 (Function 3) (Note) F4 (Function 4) (Note) F5 (Function 5) (Note) F6 (Function 6) Feeds paper (only on HHCs equipped with a printer). F7 (Function 7) Turns on or off the LCD-light.
  • Page 16: Handling The Cover Of Roll Paper

    2.5.3 Roll paper cover (with a printer) This section describes how to handle the roll paper cover and how to replace the roll paper. 2.5.3.1 Handling the roll paper cover This section describes how to attach the roll paper cover and how to remove the roll paper cover. −...
  • Page 17: Replacing The Roll Paper

    2.5.3.2 Replacing the roll paper This section describes how to replace the roll paper. (1) Slide the side lock in the direction of the arrow. (2) Open the roll paper cover. (Figure 2.5.3.2 (a)) (3) Insert the roll paper into the opening. (Figure 2.5.3.2 (b)) Figure 2.5.3.2 Replacing the roll paper...
  • Page 18: Replacing The Printer

    2.5.4 Replacing the printer This section describes how to replace the printer unit. Notes: After the printer operates, wait a while. Then, replace the printer unit. The motor or printer head may overheat and may cause burn. The following describes how to remove and attach the printer unit. −...
  • Page 19 (4) Lift the printer unit to remove it from the cabinet. (Figure 2.5.4.1 (c)) (5) Disengage the connector latches and remove the flexible cable from connector. Notes: Carefully remove the cable. Otherwise, connector may break. (6) The printer unit is removed. Connector Figure 2.5.4.1 Removing the printer unit...
  • Page 20 − Attaching the printer unit Perform the removing procedure in reverse order. (1) Firmly insert the cables that correspond to connector. (Figure 2.5.4.2 (a)) (2) Set the connector latch with your finger toward the direction of arrow. (3) Mount the printer unit in the HHC unit. (Figure 2.5.4.2 ( b)) (4) Tighten two screws to fix the printer unit.
  • Page 21 Figure 2.5.4.2 Attaching the printer unit (2/2) 2-10...
  • Page 22: Handling The Battery

    The battery has an estimated service life of about 500 recharge and discharge cycles. Depending on the usage, the battery may expire less than 500 cycles. Only use the proper lithium-ion battery specified below: Manufacturer: Fujitsu Ltd. Drawing number: CA54200-0095 2.6.1 Recharging the battery While HHCs are placed in the CIU/holder, their internal lithium-ion battery pack begins recharging automatically.
  • Page 23: Replacing The Battery Pack

    2.6.2 Replacing the battery pack The lithium-ion battery pack is expendable. Depending on the usage, the battery may expire less than 500 cycles. For disposal of the replaced battery, see the [Warning] in Section 2.7. To replace the battery, follow these steps: (1) Turn over the HHC.
  • Page 24 (3) Release the left side lock of the battery cover. (see (b)). Battery cover (4) Slide the right side lock of the battery cover, lift the battery cover (see ( c)). Figure 2.6.2 Replacing the lithium-ion battery pack (2/3) 2-13...
  • Page 25 (6) Slide the battery upward (opposite to the ∇ mark on the battery) (see (d)). Figure 2.6.2 Replacing the lithium-ion battery pack (3/3) (7) Load a new battery, close the battery cover, and replace the hand strap in original position. CAUTION: DANGER OF EXPLOSION IF BATTERY IS INCORRECTLY REPLACED.
  • Page 26: Lithium Back-up Batteries (auxiliary Batteries)

    Dispose of used batteries as per the manufacturer's instructions. Only use the proper lithium auxiliary battery specified below: Manufacturer: Fujitsu Kiden Ltd. Drawing number: KD54003-0010 To replace the lithium back-up batteries, follow the steps below.
  • Page 27 (1) Turn over the HHC. (2) Lift the outer lid of the battery cover with a coin or similar object and release the lid from the lower cover (see (a)). (3) Take out the batteries and disconnect the cable from the connector. Lithium back-up battery Figure 2.7 Replacing the lithium back-up batteries (auxiliary batteries) Note:...
  • Page 28: Rs-232c Interface

    2.8 RS-232C Interface The HHCs have an RS-232C connector, through which data can be directed to a host computer. This transmission, however, requires the use of an RS-232C cable. 2.9 Memory Cards (Option) PCMCIA-compatible Type II cards can be inserted in the HHCs. To insert and remove memory cards, follow these steps: (1) To open the card cover, slide the lock in the direction of the arrow.
  • Page 29: Cleaning

    2.10 Cleaning (1) Main Unit Cover Wipe the cover with a cloth dampened with alcohol (ethyl alcohol), a cloth dampened with an aqueous solution of neutral detergent and wrung tightly, or a dry cloth. If you use a cloth dampened with an aqueous solution of neutral detergent, be sure to wring it tightly; otherwise, the solution may enter the unit, causing problems.
  • Page 30 Use gauze dampened with volatile alcohol (such as ethyl alcohol) to wipe the rubber roller while rotating the platen. (2) Printer (To be cleaned once a week) Remove the printer. Completely clean the printer with a soft nylon brush. Especially, brush off foreign matter, such as dust and sand, from the gears.
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  • Page 32: Notes

    2.11 Notes This section describes the notes on operating TeamPad 500 HHC. 2.11.1 Installation (Initialization) When turning on the HHC power for the first time, load a fully charged battery. 2-21...

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