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Connectivity
Peripherals
User's Guide
Point 510
Point 1600

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    Connectivity Peripherals User’s Guide Point 510 Point 1600...

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    Connectivity Peripherals User’s Guide Point 510 Point 1600...

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    Fujitsu Personal Systems, Inc. has made every effort to ensure the accuracy and completeness of this document. However, because ongoing development efforts are continually improving the capabilities of our products, we cannot guarantee the accuracy of the contents of this document. We disclaim liability for errors, omissions, or future changes herein.

  • Page 5: Fcc Notice

    Shielded interconnect cables must be employed with this equipment to insure compliance with the pertinent RF emission limits governing this device. Changes or modifications not expressly approved by Fujitsu Personal Systems, Inc., could void the user’s authority to operate the equipment.

  • Page 7: Table Of Contents

    High-Connectivity Cradle ... Wall-Mount Cradle... Charge-Only Cradle ... 1-9 Folding Desk Stand... Chapter 2 Using Point 510/Point 1600 Connectivity Peripherals Portable Port Expander ... Attaching the Portable Port Expander... Disconnecting the Portable Port Expander ... Port Replicator... Inserting the Pen Tablet ... 2-7 Locking and Unlocking the Port Replicator...

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    Removing the Pen Tablet ... Charge-Only Cradle ... Inserting the Pen Tablet ... Removing the Pen Tablet ... Synchronizing Cradle Latches ... Chapter 3 Care and Maintenance of Connectivity Peripherals Cautions... 3-1 Cleaning Connectivity Peripherals... 2-27 2-28 2-28 2-28 2-29...

  • Page 9: About This Guide

    Charge-only cradle Folding desk stand * This guide provides instructions for using the Point 510 and Point 1600 pen tablets with these cradles at the work site. For details on installing these cradles and connecting peripheral devices, refer to the Connectivity Peripherals Installation Guide: Point 510, Point 1600 or contact your reseller.

  • Page 10: Related Documentation

    • Chapter 2: Using Point 510 and Point 1600 Connectivity Peripherals This chapter gives instructions on using each of the Point 510 and Point 1600 Connectivity Peripherals. • Chapter 3: Care and Maintenance of Connectivity Peripherals This chapter provides information on maintaining and handling your connectivity peripherals.

  • Page 11: Getting Started

    Video Port DC Power Input * The PS/2-style port on the PPE can be used for either a mouse or keyboard on the Point 1600; on the Point 510, it can only be used for a mouse. ** Although the wall-mount cradle includes a mouse port, the mouse port is not used in the wall-mount cradle.

  • Page 12: Portable Port Expander

    • Serial port B • PS/2-style mouse/keyboard port (This port can only be used with a mouse on the Point 510; on the Point 1600, it can be used either with a mouse or a keyboard). • Parallel port • Floppy disk drive port •...

  • Page 13: Port Replicator

    Port Replicator The Point 510/Point 1600 port replicator is best suited for use on a desk top and is designed for use with the FMWDS3 folding desk stand. The port replicator adds connectivity that is not built into the Point 510 and Point 1600 pen tablets. Typically, the port replicator is connected to peripheral computer equipment and the pen tablet is then inserted in the port replicator when the peripheral equipment is needed.

  • Page 14: High-usage Cradle

    Note: The high-usage cradle for the Point 510 and the Point 1600 is available in two versions: locking and non-locking. The locking version includes a tubular lock to secure the pen tablet into the cradle. The illustrations and procedures provided in...

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    The high-usage cradle is similar in appearance to the high-connectivity cradle. To distinguish between the two, observe that the high-usage cradle is equipped only with high-usage connector pins and does not have a connector that contacts the system interface port on the pen tablet; the high-connectivity cradle has both. The following figure shows the location of the high-usage connector pins on the high-usage cradle.

  • Page 16: High-connectivity Cradle

    Note: The high-connectivity cradle for the Point 510 and the Point 1600 is available in two versions: locking and non-locking. The locking version includes a tubular lock to secure the pen tablet into the cradle. The illustrations and procedures provided in this document address the locking version.

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    • Video port • PS/2-style keyboard port • PS/2-style mouse port* • DC power input * The high-connectivity cradle, due to its modular design, is equipped with two mouse ports. Note that only one mouse port can be used at a time. Note that the high-connectivity cradle is similar in appearance to the high-usage cradle.

  • Page 18: Wall-mount Cradle

    Note: The wall-mount cradle for the Point 510 and the Point 1600 is available in two versions: locking and non-locking. The locking version includes a tubular lock to secure the pen tablet into the cradle.

  • Page 19: Charge-only Cradle

    Charge-Only Cradle The charge-only cradle is designed for a desk- or counter-top installation where a quick connection to a DC power source (only) is needed. The pen tablet can be placed in the charge-only cradle and used while external DC power is supplied by the cradle.

  • Page 20: Folding Desk Stand

    Folding Desk Stand The FMWDS3 folding desk stand is recommended for use with the port replicator. The desk stand can be locked into place in five positions, one folded position and four open positions. The four open positions allow you to set up the desk stand in four different viewing angles.

  • Page 21: Using Point 510/point 1600 Connectivity Peripherals

    This chapter provides details on using Point 510 and Point 1600 connectivity peripherals. Although the circuitry in the Point 510 and Point 1600 pen tablets and connectivity peripherals is designed to be robust, the pen tablet and connected devices can be damaged if procedures given in these instructions are not followed when connecting peripheral devices.

  • Page 22: Portable Port Expander

    Point 1600 pen tablet, but not with the Point 510. * This port functions as a mouse port on either the Point 510 or the Point 1600. It can also be used as a PS/2-style keyboard port on the Point 1600.

  • Page 23: Attaching The Portable Port Expander

    Serial Port A Figure 2-1. Portable Port Expander Peripheral Connectors * This port functions as a mouse port on either the Point 510 or the Point 1600. It can also be used as a PS/2-style keyboard port on the Point 1600.

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    The portable port expander is held in place by the latch. In the locked position, the latch secures itself to the inside of the pen tablet. The latch handle protrudes from the front of the portable port expander. Using Point 510/Point 1600 Connectivity Peripherals Latch Handle Latch...

  • Page 25: Disconnecting The Portable Port Expander

    Turn on the peripheral devices attached to the portable port expander. Start the pen tablet or, if you suspended the pen tablet, resume system operation. Note: If the required driver software for an attached peripheral device is not installed, the device may not work or may work incorrectly. Contact your local help desk or refer to the documentation provided with your peripheral device and install the driver software at this time.

  • Page 26: Port Replicator

    This connector allows you to connect an external SVGA monitor. Note that an external monitor and the pen tablet display screen can be viewed simultaneously with the Point 1600 pen tablet, but not with the Point 510. This connector can be used to connect the Point 510/ Point 1600 AC adapter or auto adapter.

  • Page 27: Inserting The Pen Tablet

    Inserting the Pen Tablet To insert the pen tablet into the port replicator, Suspend or shut down and turn off the pen tablet. Note that driver software for the peripheral device you intend to use with the pen tablet system may need to be initialized upon starting the system. If this is the case, you may need to shut down the system rather than suspend system operation.

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    Align the pen tablet with the port replicator, as shown in Figure 2-3. Tubular Lock Using Point 510/Point 1600 Connectivity Peripherals Figure 2-3. Inserting the Pen Tablet...

  • Page 29: Locking And Unlocking The Port Replicator

    Choose one of the following: • If you have a non-locking port replicator, or you do not intend to lock the pen tablet into the port replicator, slide the pen tablet into the port replicator. Note that the weight of the pen tablet alone is sufficient to seat the connectors.

  • Page 30: Removing The Pen Tablet From The Port Replicator

    Attaching the Port Replicator to the Desk Stand The Fujitsu FMWDS3 folding desk stand lets you use the pen tablet by itself, or in the port replicator, as a desktop unit. The port replicator comes with a wire-frame catch to secure it to the folding desk stand (desk stand sold separately).

  • Page 31: Setting Up The Desk Stand

    Setting Up the Desk Stand The desk stand can be locked into any of five positions (one folded position and four open positions). The four open positions allow you to set the desk stand at different viewing angles. A storage pouch is provided with the desk stand. To set up the desk stand, Remove the desk stand from the storage pouch.

  • Page 32: Attaching The Port Replicator To The Desk Stand

    With your free hand, pull the wire-frame catch on the back of the port replicator upward. Push the back of the port replicator against the desk stand. Push the wire-frame catch onto the top rung of the desk stand. 2-12 Using Point 510/Point 1600 Connectivity Peripherals...

  • Page 33: Detaching The Port Replicator From The Desk Stand

    Detaching the Port Replicator from the Desk Stand To detach the port replicator from the desk stand, Pull the wire-frame catch on the back of the port replicator upward so it disengages from the desk stand. Lift the port replicator from the stand. Fold the desk stand as described in “Folding the Desk Stand”.

  • Page 34: High-connectivity Cradle

    2-2. Note that the high-connectivity cradle and the port replicator provide the same connectors. For information about connecting devices, refer to the Connectivity Peripherals Installation Guide: Point 510/Point 1600. Inserting the Pen Tablet To insert the pen tablet into the high-connectivity cradle, Suspend or shut down and turn off the pen tablet.

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    Align the pen tablet with the high-connectivity cradle, as shown in Figure 2-6. Tubular Lock Figure 2-6. Inserting the Pen Tablet Choose one of the following: • If you have a non-locking high-connectivity cradle, or you do not intend to lock the pen tablet into it, slide the pen tablet into the cradle.

  • Page 36: Locking And Unlocking The High-connectivity Cradle

    To unlock the pen tablet, insert the key into the tubular lock situated on the front of the high-connectivity cradle and turn the key counter-clockwise until it stops. 2-16 Using Point 510/Point 1600 Connectivity Peripherals...

  • Page 37: Adjusting The Viewing Angle

    Adjusting the Viewing Angle The high-connectivity cradle allows you to adjust the pen tablet viewing angle. Figure 2-7. Adjusting the Viewing Angle To adjust the viewing angle of the pen tablet in the cradle, Hold the top of the pen tablet or cradle with one hand. With the other hand, turn the knob on the side of the cradle counter-clockwise to release the upper part of the high-connectivity cradle so it swivels freely.

  • Page 38: Removing The Pen Tablet

    Mouse Port DC Input Keyboard Port For information about connecting peripheral devices to the high-usage cradle, refer to the Connectivity Peripherals Installation Guide: Point 510, Point 1600. 2-18 Using Point 510/Point 1600 Connectivity Peripherals Description This 6-pin mini-DIN plug is used to attach a PS/2-style mouse.

  • Page 39: Inserting The Pen Tablet

    Inserting the Pen Tablet To insert the pen tablet into the high-usage cradle, Suspend or shut down and turn off the pen tablet. Note that driver software for the peripheral device you intend to use with the pen tablet system may need to be initialized upon starting the system. If this is the case, you may need to shut down the system rather than suspend system operation.

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    If you are locking the pen tablet into the cradle, do so at this time. See “Locking and Unlocking the High-Usage Cradle,” later in this chapter for details. 2-20 Using Point 510/Point 1600 Connectivity Peripherals...

  • Page 41: Locking And Unlocking The High-usage Cradle

    Start the pen tablet or, if you suspended the pen tablet, resume system operation. Locking and Unlocking the High-Usage Cradle Note: Two versions of the high-usage cradle are available: a locking version and a non-locking version. This section is applicable only to the locking version. The high-usage cradle is equipped with a tubular lock that allows you to lock the pen tablet into the cradle.

  • Page 42: Removing The Pen Tablet

    Once removed from the cradle, you can start the pen tablet or, if you suspended the pen tablet, resume system operation. 2-22 Using Point 510/Point 1600 Connectivity Peripherals Adjustable Viewing Angle Knob...

  • Page 43: Wall-mount Cradle

    Description This connector is used to connect a DC power source such as the Fujitsu AC adapter or auto adapter. This 6-pin mini-DIN plug can be used to attach a Fujitsu low-power keyboard and most other PS/2-style keyboards.

  • Page 44: Closing The Wall-mount Cradle

    If this is the case, you may need to shut down the system rather than suspend system operation. Contact your local help desk or reseller for details on using specific peripheral devices with your system. 2-24 Using Point 510/Point 1600 Connectivity Peripherals...

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    If using a locking-style wall-mount cradle, ensure that the cradle latches inside the cradle are in the unlocked position. (See “Synchronizing Cradle Latches” at the end of this chapter for a description of how the cradle latches in the high-connectivity cradle work.) Choose one of the following only if you have a locking version of the wall-mount cradle.

  • Page 46: Locking And Unlocking The Wall-mount Cradle

    To unlock the pen tablet, insert the key into the tubular lock situated on the front of the cradle and turn the key counter-clockwise until it stops. 2-26 Using Point 510/Point 1600 Connectivity Peripherals...

  • Page 47: Removing The Pen Tablet

    Removing the Pen Tablet To remove the pen tablet from the wall-mount cradle, Suspend or shut down and turn off the pen tablet. Choose one of the following: • If the cradle latches are in the unlocked position, you can pull the pen tablet directly out of the cradle in a straight line.

  • Page 48: Charge-only Cradle

    Charge-Only Cradle The charge-only cradle is a desk-top Point 510 and Point 1600 connectivity peripheral that connects the pen tablet to an AC adapter (only) for the purpose of recharging the battery. This section describes how to use the charge-only cradle. For information about placing the AC adapter in the charge-only cradle, refer to the Connectivity Peripherals Installation Guide: Point 510, Point 1600.

  • Page 49: Synchronizing Cradle Latches

    Synchronizing Cradle Latches The port replicator, high-connectivity cradle, high-usage cradle, and wall-mount cradle (collectively referred to here as the cradle) are available in locking and non-locking versions. The locking versions are equipped with two “push-latch” mechanisms (cradle latches) that hold the pen tablet in place when inserted. The cradle latches (one on each side of the cradle) are activated when you push the pen tablet into the cradle.

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    In the event the pen tablet is in the cradle, and only one side locks or unlocks, press down on one side of the pen tablet to synchronize the cradle latches. 2-30 Using Point 510/Point 1600 Connectivity Peripherals Top View Side View Figure 2-12.

  • Page 51: Care And Maintenance Of Connectivity Peripherals

    Please follow the guidelines in the caution box below when handling connectivity peripherals. Circuitry in the Point 510 and Point 1600 connectivity peripherals is designed to be robust; however, the equipment can be damaged if procedures given in this chapter are not followed regarding the care and maintenance of connectivity peripherals.

  • Page 52: Cleaning Connectivity Peripherals

    Cleaning Connectivity Peripherals The outside of the case, or shell, of connectivity peripherals may be cleaned. To clean a cradle base and/or cradle module, Slightly dampen a cloth or sponge with cleaner or disinfectant. Wipe the outside of the connectivity peripheral case. Do not apply cleaner to the inside of a cradle module.

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    Index charge-only cradle description , 1-9 inserting the pen tablet , 2-28 removing the pen tablet , 2-28 using , 2-28 connectivity peripherals cleaning , 3-2 handling precautions , 2-1 part numbers , vii cradle latches locked/unlocked position locking , 2-29 synchronizing , 2-29 DC input...

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    related documentation , viii serial port A , 2-2, 2-6 serial port B , 2-2, 2-6 synchronizing cradle latches , 2-29 system interface port , 2-4, 2-5 tubular lock , 2-9, 2-26, 2-29 video display, external , 2-2, 2-6 video port , 2-2, 2-6 wall-mount cradle closed view...

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