Toshiba Bluetooth Wireless Communicator PABWC001 Manual...
CAUTION CHANGES MODIFICATIONS EXPRESSLY APPROVED MANUFACTURER COMPLIANCE COULD VOID THE USER'S AUTHORITY TO OPERATE THE EQUIPMENT CAUTION In order to comply with FCC radio-frequency radiation exposure guidelines for an uncontrol led exposure, this device and its antenna must not be co-located or operating in conjunction with any other antenna or transmitter.
IMain Features Bluetooth Wireless Communicator (PABWC001) is a wireless communicator using Bluetooth technology (and is abbreviated “BWC”). It can be used for the purposes described below through communications with other devices using Bluetooth technology. 1) Wireless listening to music on a computer (AUDIO mode) Audio data Play, stop, fast-forward …...
2) Wireless use of electronic conference applications on a computer (COM mode) Computer 2 Audio communi- cations Electronic conference Computer 1 The user can participate in electronic conferences on the computer 1 to which the BWC is connected. 3) Wireless telephone calls received on a mobile phone Mobile phone 2 Voice...
INames of Parts Bluetooth Wireless Communicator [Left side] Mode selector switch Microphone socket (Bottom view) Status LED (Blue) Left shuttle push switch HSP button...
[Right side] Power connector 2 Power connector 1 (Bottom view) Charging LED (Blue/Amber) Right shuttle push switch Push to Talk button Other accessories • AC adapter • Power cable 1 • Arm microphone • Power cable 2 • Application software (CD-ROM) •...
IBefore Using Charging Be sure to charge the BWC before using it for the first time after purchase. The BWC can be charged either by connecting the AC adapter or by using the included power cable 2 and connecting it to a computer, etc.  Charging using the AC adapter 1) Insert the AC adapter’s plug into power connector 1 on the right side of the BWC and connect the AC adapter into a...
BWC. An extremely short usage time on a full charge could indicate that the built- in battery has reached the end of its service life. Contact your store of purchase or a Toshiba service centre.
BWC in the AUDIO and COM modes. Preparing the computer • Recommended computer types and corresponding connection ap- plications • For recommended audio/video playback applications, refer to the “Bluetooth Toshiba Utilities” on-line manual.
IOperation  Turning the power on and off 1) Turning the power on • Press the “POWER/STOP” right shuttle push switch till the status LED lights to turn the power on. When the power is turned on, the flashing of the status LED and the sounding of a beep notify the user.
2) Press the “POWER/STOP” button to turn on the BWC’s power. 3) Set the mode selector switch to the “AUDIO” side. 4) Press the “PLAY/PAUSE” button to connect the BWC to the computer specified in step 1) above. 5) The user is notified that connection to the computer is completed by the status LED and the sounding of a beep.
Operation using the wireless remote control function The wireless remote control function can be used if the Bluetooth connection application on the computer is compatible with AVRCP (Audio/Video Remote Control Profile). With the wireless remote control function, the music/video playback application can be operated remotely by pressing the buttons and switches on the BWC.
Operation by voice command input In the AUDIO mode only, the music/video playback application can be operated by voice input via the microphone. To input voice commands, press the “Push to Talk” button and say the voice command keywords shown on the table below. When the input voice command is recognized, the operation corresponding to that voice command is performed on the computer’s music/video playback application, and the user is...
Voice Commands and Keywords Voice Commands Keywords (substitutes) PLAY play STOP stop PAUSE pause FORWARD forward (next) BACKWARD backward FAST-FORWARD fast-forward REWIND rewind VOLUME-UP volume up VOLUME-DOWN volume down MUTE mute MUTE-RESET mute reset up (cursor up) DOWN down (cursor down) LEFT left (cursor left) right (cursor right)
 Using the computer’s electronic conference (COM mode) 1) Before using these functions, it is necessary to connect the computer to the BWC in the COM mode on the conputer. If the BWC is connected to the conputer in the COM mode from the BWC, the BWC is connected to the last computer connected.
Memo: Cautions on using the COM mode • Some recommended applications for use in the COM mode are ® ® “Toshiba LaLaVoice2001” and “Windows NetMeeting ”. • As in the AUDIO mode, music/video playback applications can be operated remotely using the wireless remote control function.
4) Press the “HSP” button while the connection request (beep) is being sounded to accept the connection request. 5) Once the connection to the mobile phone is completed, you can talk to the phone caller over the BWC (wireless voice communication).
PIN code • Set the “non-secure mode” when connecting the BWC to a product of a maker other than Toshiba. The connection request beep from the mobile phone may sound while the BWC is connected in the AUDIO or COM mode.
• Computer’s power is • Turn the computer’s connected to off. power on. computer • Computer has never • Use the Toshiba been connected to connection application BWC from the and connect the computer. computer and BWC by performing the necessary operations on the computer.
Symptom Cause Remedy • BWC is connected to a • Use the Toshiba different computer. connection application and connect the desired computer and the BWC by performing the necessary operations on the computer. Music being • Connection is • Connect.
Symptom Cause Remedy Sound is noisy, • Output volume of • Adjust the output distorted or connected computer is volume. broken too high or too low. • BWC and computer • Move the BWC and (or mobile phone) are computer (or mobile too far apart.
Symptom Cause Remedy • Your mouth is too • Move your mouth a close to the little away from the microphone. microphone. Probrems on a • There is signal • Change the direction TV or radio interference between of the BWC with the BWC and TV or respect to the TV or radio.
■Main Specifications Frequency range used 2.4GHz (2402-2480MHz) Main unit Interface: Bluetooth V1.1 Communications method: ACL, SCO link Max. transfer speed: Approx. 700 kbps Output: -3.6dBm Input sensitivity (*1): -84dBm Communications distance: Approx.10 metres (unobstructed distance) (*2) Profiles GAP (Generic Access Profile) A2DP (Advanced Audio Distribution Profile) AVRCP (Audio/Video Remote Control Profile) GAVDP (Generic Audio/Video Distribution Profile)