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User's Guide
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© 2020 Seiko Epson Corporation
Information on the Moverio Website
Check the following Website for useful tips and support informa-


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  • Page 1 Intelligent Controller User's Guide Information on the Moverio Website Check the following Website for useful tips and support informa- tion. See the User's Guide supplied with the headset for precautions on using the headset © 2020 Seiko Epson Corporation 2020.05...
  • Page 2: Introduction

    Introduction This product is a controller that connects to the EPSON smart glass MOVERIO series headset and uses an app to display and share information. It supports models with USB Type-C connectors. The MOVERIO series has see-through lenses that allow you to create your own world using AR (Augmented Reality) which lays images over your actual surroundings.
  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    Contents Introduction ......... . . 2 Switching modes .
  • Page 4 About the User's Guide This guide provides information on safely using this product, basic operating methods, and troubleshooting. Make sure you read this guide before using the product. Symbols Used in this Guide oSafety symbols This symbol indicates information that, if ig- This symbol indicates information that, if ignored, nored, could possibly result in serious personal could possibly result in personal injury or physi-...
  • Page 5: Safety Instructions

    Safety Instructions Warning For your safety, read the attached documents carefully to use the product correctly. After you have read the documents, keep them in Usage environment and condition precautions a safe place so that you can refer to them quickly at a later date. Do not leave this product in locations subject to temperatures be- yond the specified operating range or that can easily become hot, Product Warnings and Cautions...
  • Page 6 Safety Instructions shock or malfunction. Do not allow any conductive foreign objects to touch the USB Type- C connector, microSD card slot, or earphone jack, and do not put Except when explicitly instructed to do so in the User's Guide, the any conductive foreign objects into the connection ports.
  • Page 7 USB cable to stop charg- function in medical institutions. ing), and contact your local dealer or the Epson service call center. • Do not bring this product into operating rooms, Intensive Care Continuing to use under these conditions may result in fire or elec- Units (ICUs), or Cardiac Care Units (CCUs).
  • Page 8 Note that the leakage, heat, explosion, or fire. user is responsible for handling the secur it y func tions. Epson accepts no responsibility for any data leaks when communi- Caution cating using the product's wireless LAN (WLAN) function or Blue- Product usage precautions tooth function.
  • Page 9 Epson shall not be liable for the loss of any data, damage to data, or loss of profits that occurs due to malfunction, repair, or other han- Just like computers, when the user installs an app or accesses a dling of this product.
  • Page 10 Safety Instructions slot cover are closed securely, this product is water-proof compliant hot spring water, and seawater) to splash onto the product. with the IPX2 standard based on JISC0920 (IEC60529:2001). Do not leave the product in locations subject to humidity such as However, when a headset is connected to the USB Type-C connec- bathrooms.
  • Page 11: Warnings And Cautions When Using The Headset

    2) This product and the headset do not meet medical standards. the usage environment and how the product and the headset are used. Note that Epson is not responsible for any damages arising from the use of the product, headset, or drone.
  • Page 12 Safety Instructions Caution Product usage precautions When connecting/disconnecting the headset's USB Type-C connec- tor, do not handle it with wet hands or expose it to water or dust. The headset uses an Si-OLED display panel (organic EL panel). Due to the characteristics of the Si-OLED, you may notice burn-in (after images) or decreasing luminance on the panel.
  • Page 13: Notes On Usage

    Before using services and apps provided by third parties, including apps provided by Google™, be sure to check the terms of service and so on provided by Google or any other provider. Epson cannot be held responsible for any problems arising from the use of such...
  • Page 14: Included Items & Optional Items

    Included Items & Optional Items Optional Items Included Items These items are available to purchase according to your BO-IC400 needs. These optional items and consumables are cur- &“Part Names” p. 15 rent as of May 2020. This list is subject to change without notice.
  • Page 15: Part Names

    Part Names Front Receiver/Speaker LED indicator Outputs audio. Indicates the status of the product. &“LED indicator status” p. 18 Proximity/dimmer sensor Touch panel display Detects when faces come close to the device or the brightness of your surroundings. Do Touch with your finger to operate the product. not cover this part with fabric or stickers.
  • Page 16: Back

    Part Names Back LED light Camera Flashes or turns on to indicate the status. Shoots photos or videos. Microphone Speaker This microphone does not input voice commands Outputs audio. as it is for noise cancellation. Do not block this part when using the front microphone.
  • Page 17: Side

    Part Names Side Volume keys Adjusts the volume. Power button USB Type-C connector (with cover) Turns the power on or off. &“Turning On and Off” p. 19 Connects the supplied USB cable when charg- ing. &“Charging” p. 18 &“USB Type-C Connector Features” p. 38 Switch key microSD card slot Switches the mode.
  • Page 18: Charging

    Charging Charge the battery by connecting the USB cable supplied to a commercially available USB Type-C power adapter. Initial charging takes approximately 3 hours when using a USB Type-C power adapter with a 5V/2A output. Connect this device to a USB Type-C power adapter. Connect the device to a USB Type-C power adapter us- ing the USB cable supplied.
  • Page 19: Turning On And Off

    Turning On and Off Turning On Turning Off The product is not fully charged at the time of purchase. Hold down the Power button for at least two sec- Charge before use. onds. &“Charging” p. 18 Hold down the Power button for at least two sec- onds.
  • Page 20: Setting Wi-Fi/Bluetooth

    Setting Wi-Fi/Bluetooth® Wi-Fi settings Bluetooth settings Setup Wi-Fi so that the product can connect to the Internet You need to make Bluetooth settings to allow the product over a wireless LAN environment. to connect wirelessly to Bluetooth enabled devices. Check the following before setting up. Check the following before setting up.
  • Page 21: Inserting An Sd Card

    Inserting an SD Card The following memory cards are supported by the Insert the microSD card. device. • microSD cards (2 GB maximum) • microSDHC cards (32 GB maximum) • microSDXC cards (2 TB maximum) * A microSD card is not included with this product. Insert the SD card slot pin into the slot pin insertion Close the microSD card slot cover.
  • Page 22: Connecting The Headset

    Connecting the headset Connect the headset cable to the USB Type-C connector on the device (for headset connections). After connecting, the same screen is displayed on the device and in the headset. By pressing the Switch key, you can change the combination of the headset image and the device's screen display. &“Switching modes”...
  • Page 23: Switching Modes

    Switching modes This device has four modes, and you can switch between these modes by pressing the Switch key on the left of the device. When you switch modes, you can operate the touch panel display as a track- pad, or a trackpad with a Cross-key. Mirroring mode Same display on 2 Trackpad mode...
  • Page 24: Mode Types

    Switching modes Mode Types Trackpad mode Mirroring mode Use this mode when you want to use the device’s touch This is the default mode. The same screen is displayed in the headset and on the device. panel display as a trackpad. Images are only displayed in the headset.
  • Page 25 Switching modes Extended mode Cross-key mode The APPS list screen is displayed on the device, and the Use this mode when you want to use the device’s touch screen for the currently open app is displayed in the panel display as a trackpad with a Cross-key. A trackpad headset.
  • Page 26: Entering Text

    Switching modes Entering Text When you need to enter text, the screen on the device becomes a text input screen. Confirm the entered text, or press the BACK key to return to the previous screen.
  • Page 27: Operating The Trackpad

    Switching modes Operating the Trackpad When you switch to Trackpad mode, the device's touch oFlick panel display functions as a trackpad. Swipe your finger with a dragging motion, or swipe the trackpad. When you touch the trackpad with your finger, a pointer is displayed on the screen and you can move the pointer to operate the device.
  • Page 28: Operating The Trackpad With A Cross-Key

    Switching modes Operating the Trackpad with a Cross-key Cross-key In Cross-key mode, half of the touch panel display func- When you select icons or displayed items, the selected tions as a Cross-key. item changes. When you hold down one direction, the screen scrolls in that direction.
  • Page 29: Introducing Moverio Link Pro

    Introducing MOVERIO Link Pro The "MOVERIO Link Pro" app allows you to make a variety of settings for the headset. The following outlines the main features of the "MOVERIO Link Pro". Available features vary depending on the model of the headset you are using. Model Name Feature Setting...
  • Page 30: Initial Startup Settings

    Introducing MOVERIO Link Pro Initial Startup Settings Checking your license Setting app authorizations After purchase, tap the MOVERIO Link Pro icon on After agreeing to the license agreement, you will see the APPS list screen. The MOVERIO Link Pro license a warning/caution screen, followed by the table of agreement screen is displayed.
  • Page 31: Launching Moverio Link Pro

    Introducing MOVERIO Link Pro Launching MOVERIO Link Pro The MOVERIO Link Pro app closes when you disconnect the headset. When you connect the headset, the start screen is displayed as well as a popup note warning you about Tap the MOVERIO Link Pro app icon on the APPS list moving while wearing the headset.
  • Page 32: System Update

    Visit the following Website for information on app If necessary, update to the latest system version before using this device. development and firmware updates for this device. Follow the steps below to update the system. Make sure that the device is connected to the Inter- net.
  • Page 33: Maintenance

    Maintenance Cleaning the Charging Connectors • If the charging connectors (USB Type-C connector and pogo pins) on this device are dirty or if there are foreign objects stuck to them, you may not be able to charge or operate the device correctly. Disconnect the USB Type-C power adapter and the USB cable, and wipe off any dirt with a dry cloth or a cotton swab.
  • Page 34: Troubleshooting

    Troubleshooting If you think a malfunction has occurred, check the follow- needs to be reinstalled, the device returns to the status at ing. the time of purchase. • If the product gets too hot due to prolonged use or due to the usage environment, battery charging stops, and The product does not turn on the product may turn off for safety reasons.
  • Page 35 Troubleshooting • If the product gets too hot, the brightness of the headset screen may be decreased for safety reasons. • The 2D or 3D display may not be suitable for the images displayed. Switch between 2D or 3D in the pre-installed "MOVERIO Link Pro"...
  • Page 36: Specifications

    Specifications Product Specifications Model Number BO-IC400 Exterior dimensions 55 × 110 × 22 mm Mass Approx. TBD g Processor Qualcomm SXR1130 Android Touch panel display 2.95 inch, 480 x 854, multi-touch capacitance system with AF coating Memory Storage 64GB External memory...
  • Page 37 Specifications Satellite navigation system GPS/GLONASS/Galileo/QZSS/BDS Dust and waterproofing IPX2 USB Type-C connector (for headset connections), USB Type-C connector (with cover) Connector ports &“USB Type-C Connector Features” p. 38 Audio Microphone, receiver, speaker (0.5 W), 3.5 mm audio jack (CTIA standard earphones with microphone compatible)* Battery 3400 mAh, lithium polymer...
  • Page 38: Usb Type-C Connector Features

    Specifications USB Type-C Connector Features USB Type-C connector (for headset connections) USB Type-C connector (with cover) Video output (DP Alt mode  compatible)   Charging   USB 2.0 data transfer  USB 3.0 data transfer The USB Type-C connector (with cover) can only be connected to devices such as a mouse, a keyboard, or a USB memory. Connect the host device, such as a computer, to the USB Type-C connector (for headset connections).
  • Page 39: Intellectual Property Rights

    Wi-Fi®, Wi-Fi Direct™, and Miracast™ are the trademarks or registered trademarks of the Wi-Fi Alliance. The Bluetooth® word mark and logos are registered trademarks owned by Bluetooth SIG, Inc., and any use of such marks by the Seiko Epson Corporation is under license USB Type-C is a trademark of the USB Implementers Forum.
  • Page 40: General Notes

    General Notes Notes on Domestic Use Use of this Japanese domestic product overseas is not covered by the guarantee. It may be illegal to sell this product in other countries since it was designed for use in Japan and complies to Japanese safety stan- dards.
  • Page 41 (5)We cannot accept any responsibility for damage or malfunctions and so on that occur due to ignoring the content of this guide, this product being handled inappropriately, or repairs or modifications performed by a third party other than Epson or a company appointed by Epson (see "Contact Information").
  • Page 42 General Notes JAPAN Authentication Informa- tion Warning statement for Category II (RF Res. 506): BRAZIL "Este equipamento opera em caráter secundário, isto é, não tem direito à proteção contra interferência preju- dicial, mesmo de estações do mesmo tipo e não pode causar interferência a sistemas operando em caráter primário."...
  • Page 43 General Notes (v) Users should also be advised that high-power radars are allocated as primary users (i.e. priority users) of the bands 5250-5350 MHz and 5650-5850 MHz and that these radars could cause interference and/or damage to LE-LAN devices. Avertissement: Le guide d’utilisation des dispositifs pour réseaux locaux doit inclure des instructions précises sur les restric- tions susmentionnées, notamment : (i) les dispositifs fonctionnant dans la bande 5150-5250 MHz sont réservés uniquement pour une utilisation à...
  • Page 44 General Notes The frequency and maximum transmitted power in EU are listed as belows 2.4GHz: 802.11b, 802.11g, 802.11n (HT20), 802.11n (HT40), Bluetooth 5GHz: 802.11a, 802.11ac (VHT20), 802.11ac (VHT40),802.11ac (VHT80) The frequency, mode and the maximum transmitted power in EU are listed below: 2400-2485MHz : 20 dBm IEEE 802.11 b/g/n &...
  • Page 45 General Notes RUSSIA RF DoC statement: Подтверждение соответствия Минкомсвязи России: Декларация соответствия № D-MDRD-4618 (Д-МДРД-4618) от 16.02.2017 года, действительна до 16.02.2023 года, зарегистрирована в Федеральном агентстве связи 27.02.2017года Article 12 TAIWAN Without permission, any company, firm or user shall not alter the frequency, increase the power, or change the characteristics and functions of the original design of the certified lower power frequency electric machinery.
  • Page 46 General Notes Federal Communication Commission Interference Statement U. S. A. This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the following two conditions: (1) This device may not cause harmful interference, and (2) this device must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause undesired operation.
  • Page 47 General Notes TURKEY AEEE Yonetmeliğine Uygundur. FRANCE SAR Body : 0.xx W/Kg (xxg), Body SAR limit: x.x W/Kg (xxg) (TBD) DAS corps : 0.xxW/Kg (xxg), DAS maximal autorisé : x W/kg (xxg)
  • Page 48: List Of Safety Symbols And Instructions

    General Notes List of Safety Symbols and Instructions Safety Approved Description symbol standards IEC60417 Caution, risk of electric shock The following table lists the meaning of the safety symbols No.6042 To identify equipment that has labeled on the equipment. ISO3864- risk of electric shock.
  • Page 49 General Notes Safety Approved Description symbol standards IEC60417 Direct current No.5031 To indicate on the rating plate that the equipment is suitable for direct current only; to identify relevant terminals. IEC60417 Class II equipment No.5172 To identify equipment meeting the safety requirements specified for Class II equipment according to IEC 61140.
  • Page 50: Contact List

    A more up-to-date contact address can be obtained from the corresponding website listed here. If you do not find what you need on any of these pages, please visit the main Epson home page at EUROPE, MIDDLE EAST & AFRICA...
  • Page 51 Branch Office Hungary ISRAEL ITALY KAZAKHSTAN LATVIA Epson Israel Epson Italia s.p.a. Epson Kazakhstan Rep. Office Epson Service Center Latvia LITHUANIA LUXEMBURG NORTH MACEDONIA NETHERLANDS Epson Service Center Lithu- Epson Europe B.V.
  • Page 52 Epson (Middle East) NORTH, CENTRAL AMERICA & CARIBBEAN ISLANDS CANADA COSTA RICA MEXICO ECUADOR Epson Canada, Ltd. Epson Costa Rica, S.A. Epson Mexico, S.A. de C.V. Epson Ecuador U. S. A. Epson America, Inc.
  • Page 53 VENEZUELA Epson Peru S.A. Epson Venezuela S.A. ASIA & OCEANIA AUSTRALIA CHINA HONG KONG INDIA Epson Australia Pty. Ltd. Epson (China) Co., Ltd. Epson Hong Kong Ltd. Epson India Pvt., Ltd. INDONESIA JAPAN KOREA MALAYSIA PT.
  • Page 54 Contact List THAILAND Epson (Thailand) Co.,Ltd.

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