Point 510, Point 1600
Components that comprise connectivity peripherals are shipped unassembled. This document describes the components used
to assemble each connectivity peripheral. Use this document to verify that the components you ordered are included. Note that
some of these peripherals are available in nonlocking versions, see "Order Numbers" later in this product reference for a listing
of locking and nonlocking versions.
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Point 510 and Point 1600 are trademarks of Fujitsu Personal Systems, Inc.
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The wall-mount cradle is assembled using a
cradle module and wall-mount base; it provides a
connection to a keyboard and external DC
The wall-mount cradle is shown here with a
keyboard and Point 510 pen tablet which are
The high-connectivity cradle is assembled using
a cradle module, cradle base, and portable port
expander; it allows you to connect a PS/2-style
keyboard, PS/2-style mouse, external DC power,
external floppy disk drive, external monitor,
parallel device, RS-232C serial device, and Rx/
Tx (3 wire) serial device. Note that the latch on
the portable port expander must be removed
prior to assembly.
The high-usage cradle is assembled using a
cradle module and cradle base; it allows you to
connect a PS/2-style keyboard, PS/2-style
mouse, and external DC power.
The port replicator is assembled using a cradle
module and portable port expander; it allows you
to connect a PS/2-style keyboard, PS/2-style
mouse, external DC power, external floppy disk
drive, external monitor, parallel device, RS-232C
serial device, and Rx/Tx (3 wire) serial device.
Note that the portable port expander latch must
be removed prior to assembly.
The charge-only cradle requires no assembly.
This cradle provides a connection to external DC
power and is used for storing and charging the
pen tablet between uses. The cradle
accommodates the pen tablet with or without the
hand strap attached.