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Warnings • The backup battery may explode if mistreated. Do not recharge, disassemble, or dispose of in fire. • For a spare battery pack, order only Fujitsu Model FMW51BP1. • To charge the battery pack FMW51BP1 externally, use only a PenCentra external battery charger FMW51BC1.
FCC Notices DECLARATION OF CONFORMITY according to FCC Part 15 Responsible Party Name: Fujitsu Personal Systems, Inc. Address: 5200 Patrick Henry Drive Santa Clara, CA 95054 Telephone: 408-982-9500 Declares that product: Model: PenCentra 130 Complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC rules.
Table of Contents Before You Get Started ..............Welcome ....................... About this Guide..................Where to Find Information................ ix Chapter 1 Introducing the PenCentra 130 H/PC Pro ........Included with the PenCentra 130 ............. 1-1 Options Available for the PenCentra 130 ..........PenCentra 130 Hardware Features............
Taking notes using Pocket Word..........3-3 Pocket Excel: Creating Workbooks ..........3-4 To log expenses using Pocket Excel: ........Pocket Access: Viewing and Creating Data ........ To create a new database and table on your PenCentra 130: 3-7 Pocket PowerPoint: Showing Presentations ....... To show a presentation: .............
CIC QuickNotes ..................4-1 Using QuickNotes................Working with Books..............Setting the Basic Options............Putting Contact Information into Notes........Using stamps with QuickNotes ..........Setting Ink Preferences............... Erasing Ink ................... 4-3 Recording a Voice Note ............. 4-3 Using Find..................Using Ink Snap ................Editing and Manipulating Objects.
Sending a Fax................... 4-15 Adding/Removing Documents............ 4-16 bFIND ......................4-16 Creating a Search ................4-16 Choosing Search Locations............4-17 Chapter 5 Care and Maintenance of the PenCentra 130 ......5-1 Protecting the Display Screen ..............Installing a Screen Protector............Storing the PenCentra 130 ................. Protecting the PenCentra 130 Pen Tablet in Harsh Environments ..
Before You Get Started Welcome Congratulations on purchasing a PenCentra 130 Handheld Personal Computer Pro (H/PC Pro) powered by the Microsoft® Windows® CE operating system. This enterprise-level pen computer provides a rugged ergonomic design, high performance, and minimal weight. The PenCentra 130 delivers Working Mobility by putting the power of information in the palm of your hand.
This chapter offers troubleshooting tips and techniques in the event you run into a problem when operating your pen tablet. Appendix A: Glossary The Glossary contains a description of Microsoft and Fujitsu Personal Systems, Inc. terms used throughout this guide. Appendix B: Hardware Specifications This appendix contains detailed information about your PenCentra 130 specifications.
130. For more information, see the comprehensive on-line Help for each program. For Information On... Use This Reference... PenCentra 130 H/PC Pro This User’s Guide Hardware Fujitsu Personal Systems Inc. web site: http://www.fpsi.fujitsu.com/ Windows CE Programs This User’s Guide On-line Help on your device. Select Start and then Help.
For Information On... Use This Reference... Toolbar buttons Tap or click and hold on a toolbar button to see its name. Drag off the toolbar button before lifting to avoid activating the button. Troubleshooting information The Communications Troubleshooter on your on connections desktop computer.
Chapter 1 Introducing the PenCentra 130 H/PC Pro The PenCentra 130 is a high-performance, pen-based computer designed to support Microsoft Windows CE. This chapter provides an overview of the PenCentra and its features. Included with the PenCentra 130 The following items are included with your PenCentra 130: •...
Options Available for the PenCentra 130 The following optional peripherals and accessories items are available to support your PenCentra 130: • Auto Adapter (FMWCB2) • Spare Pen (FMW51PN1) • Pen Tether (FMW51ST1) • Docking Station (FMW51DS1) • 16MB RAM Expansion Module (FMW51EM16) •...
PenCentra 130 Hardware Features Features and controls that you use to operate the PenCentra 130 are described below and illustrated in Figures 1-1 and 1-2. Additional details on using these features and controls are provided later in this manual. Front / Left / Top Features •...
• Reset Button The Reset button restarts the PenCentra 130. • PC Card Doors These doors allow you to access the PC Cards installed in the PC Card slots. • Kensington Lock Attachment Point The lock attachment point lets you attach an optional Kensington-type security cable.
Rear / Right / Bottom Features: • Removable Battery Pack The battery pack can be removed for replacement or charging in an optional external charger. • Battery Pack Latch Secures the removable battery in position. • Pen Tether Attachment Slot The pen tether slots allow you to attach an optional pen tether.
• High-Usage Docking Contacts These contacts allow you to use the pen tablet in an optional docking station. Memory Access Door Handstrap Pen Tether Slot Attachment Points Handstrap Speaker Attachment Points Headphone Jack Serial Port High-Usage Door Docking Contacts Microphone Jack Input Battery Pack Latch...
Status Indicators There are three status indicators located on the front of the system, adjacent to the right-hand side of the screen. These lights indicate the information about system status: Table 1-1 System Status Indicators Display Name LED State (Significance) Description Icon Notification...
Connectors and Peripheral Interfaces The connectors and peripheral interfaces on the PenCentra 130 can accommodate a variety of different devices. Figures 1-1 and 1-2 show the locations of the connectors and interfaces on the PenCentra 130, as described in Table 1-2. Table 1-2 Peripheral Connectors Connector/...
Table 1-2 Peripheral Connectors (Continued) Connector/ PenCentra 130 Purpose Peripheral Icons Modem Jack Connect a telephone line to the internal modem using a standard RJ-11 telephone plug. The modem is only available on North American models of the PenCentra 130. Suspend/ Allows you to suspend and resume system Resume Button...
Table 1-2 Peripheral Connectors (Continued) Connector/ PenCentra 130 Purpose Peripheral Icons Battery Latch This spring-loaded latch/switch secures the removable battery in its slot. Speaker Allows you to hear audio files. PenCentra 130 Software The PenCentra 130 contains a number of Microsoft Windows CE and third-party applications.
• Microsoft Pocket Outlook Pocket Outlook consists of the Calendar, Contacts, Tasks, and Inbox applications. These help you to manage your day-to-day information, including appointments, email, and personal data. • Microsoft Pocket Internet Explorer Allows you to set up connections with other computers or the Internet. •...
• CIC Speller CIC Speller is a utility that checks your spelling, finds unfamiliar words, retrieves document statistics, and performs a Find and Replace function. • CIC Jot Jot is a character recognizer for your PenCentra 130 that recognizes each character immediately after it is written.
Chapter 2 Using the PenCentra 130 This chapter covers the fundamental concepts, basic system operation and use, and system functions of your PenCentra 130. You should familiarize yourself with this information before you attempt to operate the system. Before Setting Up the PenCentra 130 Before you set up your PenCentra 130, there are two very important steps to perform: •...
PC Card Slots Reset Button Suspend/Resume Button Figure 2-1 Location of Suspend/Resume Button When you have finished working with your PenCentra, or when you will not be using it for an extended period, you should suspend operation to conserve battery power.
Using the Pen You can use the PenCentra pen to generate and capture electronic “ink”, to select items, and to navigate through programs on the pen tablet. The pen can be used like a two button mouse when used in conjunction with the right-mouse button hotpad. Programs that support handwriting recognition allow you to write characters directly on the screen with the pen.
Pen calibration may be required due to the following situations: • The pen is being used for the first time. • The previous user of the PenCentra 130 pen tablet writes with the opposite hand or at a different pen angle. •...
Replacing the Pen With use, the pen tip may become worn or may pick up abrasive particles that can scratch the screen. A damaged or warped tip may not move freely, causing unpredictable results when using the pen. If your pen exhibits these problems, replace the pen.
Removing and Installing a Battery Pack To remove the PenCentra 130 battery pack, perform the following steps: 1. Save any active data and suspend your system. 2. Hold the system face down, with the arrow on the battery compartment pointing towards you (see Figure 2-3).
Charging the Battery Pack There are two ways to charge your battery pack: while it is installed in the system or with an optional battery charger (FPSI part number FMW51BC1). To use the optional external battery charger, refer to the literature included with the unit. An installed battery can be recharged while the system is running or suspended.
Attaching a Keyboard or Mouse 1. Before attaching a keyboard or mouse to your PenCentra 130, suspend system operation by either pressing the suspend/resume button, or clicking on Start/ Suspend. 2. Plug the keyboard or mouse plug into the PS/2-style port on the right-hand side of the pen tablet (see Figure 2-3 for the port location).
Using the Hotpads The PenCentra 130 hotpads are arranged vertically on the left-hand side of the screen. The following table identifies each hotpad on the PenCentra 130, and offers a description of its use. Table 2-2 PenCentra 130 Hotpads Icon Name Description This hotpad changes the LCD backlight brightness by...
Table 2-2 PenCentra 130 Hotpads (Continued) Icon Name Description When one of the programmable hotpads is tapped, it causes an associated application to be launched. If the associated application is already running when the hotpad is pressed, that application is brought to the foreground (a second instance of the application is not Programmable started).
Chapter 3 Using Microsoft CE Applications The wide variety of programs delivered with the PenCentra 130 can be divided into three general categories: Windows CE applications, Windows CE Services, and Productivity Package applications. The Windows CE applications and CE Services are covered in this chapter;...
Pocket Word: Creating Documents You use Pocket Word to create documents, such as letters, meeting minutes, and reports. You can also use Pocket Word to open and edit documents created in the desktop version of Word. When you are ready to save a document you created or edited, you can save it in a variety of formats, including Pocket Word (.pwd), Rich Text Format (.rtf), and Word (.doc).
Figure 3-1 Pocket Word Outline View Taking notes using Pocket Word Select File, New, and then Document from Template. Select Meeting Notes and then OK. Select File and then Save. Enter a name, choose a storage location, and then select OK. Replace the text in the Template.
Pocket Excel: Creating Workbooks You can use Pocket Excel to create workbooks, such as expense reports (see Figure 3-2) and mileage logs. You can also use Pocket Excel to open and edit workbooks created in the desktop version of Excel. When you are ready to save a workbook you created or edited, you can save it in a variety of formats, including Pocket Excel (.pxl) and Excel (.xls).
Figure 3-2 Pocket Excel Spreadsheet Windows CE Applications...
Pocket Access: Viewing and Creating Data Use Pocket Access to view and update data derived from Microsoft Access, Microsoft SQL Server, and other ODBC databases you have created on the desktop computer. Simply create the database on your desktop computer and then transfer the data to your PenCentra 130.
To create a new database and table on your PenCentra 130: Select Start, Programs, Office, and then Microsoft Pocket Access. If Access is already running, select File and then Open/New Database. If you do not see this command on the menu, select View and then Database View. Enter a name for the database and select OK.
Pocket PowerPoint: Showing Presentations Use Pocket PowerPoint to quickly and easily deliver a professional presentation on your PenCentra 130 (for one-on-one presentations). Simply create the presentation in Microsoft PowerPoint on your desktop computer and then transfer the presentation to your PenCentra 130. Your Pocket PowerPoint file will include the text, pictures, notes, and layout position of the original Microsoft PowerPoint presentation, but will not include animations or slide transitions.
To start the show, select View and then View Show. If you chose Manual in step 4, use the Previous and Next buttons to control the slides. You can tailor a presentation while on the road by adding a new title slide to your presentation.
Voice Recorder and InkWriter Voice Recorder and InkWriter are programs for quickly capturing your ideas, notes, and thoughts. With Voice Recorder, you can record reminders and ideas. With InkWriter, you can take handwritten and typed notes and create drawings. Note: More information on the procedures described in this chapter, as well as information on additional procedures, can be found in online Help on your PenCentra 130.
To record and play a recording: Select Start, Programs, Accessories, and then Microsoft Voice Recorder. Hold your PenCentra 130’s microphone near your mouth or other sound source. Select the Record button. You’ll hear a beep when recording begins. To stop recording, select the Stop button. The new recording appears in the recording list.
InkWriter: Creating Notes and Drawings InkWriter, a text, graphics, and ink processor with Rich Ink technology, makes it easy to write and draw the way you do on paper, but with the benefit of being able to edit and format what you've written and drawn. With InkWriter, you can enter information in the way that's easiest for you.
• To write, select View and then Writing and use the stylus like a pen. If you are using a pointing device, click and drag to write on the screen. • To type, select View and then Typing and use the keyboard. •...
Calendar: Scheduling Meetings and Appointments Use Calendar to schedule appointments, meetings, and other events. You can check your appointments in one of several views (Day, Week, Month, Year, and Agenda) and easily switch among the views by selecting the corresponding toolbar button. New Appointment Button View Buttons Figure 3-7...
To create a new appointment: From any view, select the New Appointment button. Enter a description and a location. Select the time and date. Notes Button Categories Button Attendees Button Notes Area Figure 3-8 Pocket Outlook Appointment Screen To add notes, select the Notes button, and then select the notes area. Enter your notes.
If you need to schedule a meeting with people who use Outlook, Pocket Outlook, or Schedule+, you can use Calendar to schedule the meeting. When attendees receive a meeting request, they can choose to accept or decline the meeting. If they accept, the meeting is automatically added to their schedule.
Contacts: Tracking Friends and Colleagues Contacts maintains a list of your friends and colleagues so that you can easily find the information you’re looking for, whether you’re at home or on the road. Using the PenCentra 130’s infrared port, you can also quickly share Contacts information with other Windows CE-based mobile device users.
Notes/Categories Button Personal Button Business Button Figure 3-10 Adding a New Contact Tasks: Keeping a To Do List Use Tasks to keep track of what you have to do. Overdue tasks are displayed in bold (and in red on color devices). New Task Button Double-tap or double-click to display or edit a task card.
To create a new task: Select the New Task button. Enter a description. Select the start date, due date, and other information. To add notes, select the Notes button and then the notes area. Enter your notes. To assign the task to a category, select the Categories button and select a category from the list.
Inbox: Sending and Receiving E-mail Messages Use Inbox to send and receive e-mail messages. You can access your e-mail by connecting to a mail server through an Internet or network account or by synchronizing with your desktop computer. Email messages you send and receive through synchronization are stored here.
Connecting to a mail server You can send and receive messages by connecting directly to your mail server. Use a modem to connect to your Internet service provider (ISP), or use a modem or Ethernet card to connect to the local area network that your mail server is connected to.
• In When Getting Full Copy, choose whether you want to download file attachments and meeting requests when you get full copies of messages. This setting applies whether you have chosen to download full copies of messages by default, or if you selectively download full copies of messages by opening the message and selecting the Get Full Copy button.
Show Attachments Button Select the Get Full Copy button to download the rest of the message the next time you connect. Double-tap or double-click an attachment to mark it for downloading the next time you connect. If it has already been downloaded, double-tap or double- click it to open it.
computer, or desktop computer. This synchronization of folders occurs when you create a new folder, move messages into a folder, exit the Inbox program, or select Synchronize Folders on the Services menu. If you want to view the messages in a folder while disconnected from your mail server, select the folder and then Offline Folder on the Services menu.
Managing messages and folders Messages are stored in one of four folders in the ActiveSync service: Inbox, Deleted (local), Outbox, and Sent. The behavior of the Deleted and Sent folders depends on the Inbox options you have chosen. If you want to store messages in a folder other than Inbox, select File, Folder, and then New Folder.
Send Button Add Attachments Button Address Book Button Figure 3-15 Sending an E-mail Message Getting Connected Remotely If you want to use your PenCentra 130 to connect to your desktop computer, a network, or the Internet while away from your office, you must create a dial-up connection.
• Connect to your desktop computer to synchronize remotely. Once connected, you can synchronize information such as your Pocket Outlook data. If this is the method you want to use, see “Connecting to Your Desktop Computer to Synchronize Remotely.” For more information on synchronization, see “Windows CE Services.”...
Connecting to Your Network If you have access to a network, you can send e-mail, access file servers, view intranet pages, and possibly access the Internet. You can connect to your network in one of two ways: • Create a dial-up connection using a RAS account. Before you can create this dial-up connection, your network administrator will need to set up a RAS account for you.
Ethernet card. You must have an NE2000-compatible Ethernet card. The drivers for the card already exist on your PenCentra 130. Insert the Ethernet card into your PenCentra 130 and connect it to your network cable. You may see a message warning about battery power. If you have an A/C Adapter, plug it into your PenCentra 130.
• If you are communicating through a modem connected to the desktop computer, the modem must be turned on. Also, the Auto Connect should be set to At all times in Windows CE Services. Otherwise, a Mobile Devices window must be open.
To create a dial-up connection to a desktop modem If you are a Windows 95 user, you will need to install the Dial-Up Networking Note: Upgrade 1.2 and create a user account if User Level Access is enabled in Dial-Up Networking.
Synchronization is the process of comparing the data on your PenCentra 130 with your desktop computer and updating both computers with the most recent information. For example: • Keep Pocket Outlook data up-to-date by synchronizing your PenCentra 130 with your choice of Microsoft Outlook (Inbox synchronization with Outlook Express is not currently supported), Microsoft Schedule+, or Microsoft Exchange on your desktop computer.
If you are synchronizing with a computer running Windows 95/98, you can also use an infrared connection to synchronize. For more information, see Windows CE Services Help. Regularly back up your PenCentra 130 data on your desktop computer using Note: Windows CE Services in case information on your PenCentra 130 is ever corrupted or lost.
Note: If you have password protection on an Excel or Word file on your PenCentra 130, you must first turn off the password protection before the file is synchronized with the desktop computer. To do so, open the file, select File, select Password, and clear the Password field Remote Synchronization Note:...
Chapter 4 Using the PenCentra 130 Productivity Package This chapter contains information about the additional applications on your PenCentra 130 -- collectively known as the Productivity Package. The Productivity Package consists of applications that allow you to take notes, send faxes, perform handwriting recognition, use an on-screen keyboard, search for files, and check your spelling, along with several other system refinements.
Working with Books The pages of notes that you take are kept in books. There can be up to four books on your PenCentra 130. To select the book you are working in go to the Tools menu and select Options. From Options you can also delete a book, this will erase its contents, or you can rename the book from the default name by just highlighting the name and typing a new one.
select Stamps or use the Stamp button on the Toolbar. There are three different types of stamps and five different individual stamps within each type. Simply select the type, then the stamp itself and hit OK. To remove a stamp go to the page you want to remove the stamp from, open the stamps dialog and from the type you selected choose None.
Using Find You can use the Find command to search for text or stamps in your notes for quicker access. Select Find from the Tools menu or use the Find button on the Toolbar and either select the stamp to search for or enter the text you wish to find. Find searches for text entered in InkSnap mode with the keyboard.
use in another application, by selecting the copy to bitmap option in the InkSnap menu. Sending a Fax QuickNotes gives devices with modems and bFAX software the ability to fax a note directly from the application. To fax a page first make that page the current page and from the file menu select send fax.
• Select Undo to go back to the last error. • Select Add to add the word to the custom dictionary. You can edit the displayed text directly and press Change to put it back to the Note: document window. Using the Quick Text / Macro feature Macros are shortcuts to enter long words or phrases.
Finding and replacing text in a window Choose More then Find/Replace from Speller's menu. You are prompted to select the text window in which to find or replace text. The Find/Replace window appears. Enter the text string you want to find. If you want to replace it with another string, check the Replace with label and enter the string.
Jot Tutorial The best way to learn about using Jot 2.0 is to walk through the Jot tutorial. Jot 2.0 provides an animated tutorial with detailed demonstrations of character shapes and placement. To open the Jot tutorial, click on Start/Programs, then select Jot/Jot Tutorial.
1. Place the insertion point where you want the new text to appear. With the pen’s tip touching the surface, move the pen across the screen of the device. What you write appears on-screen as ink, and after a moment the ink changes to printed text.
Writing Punctuation Marks When you write a character, you are aware — and can see on-screen — exactly what you intended to write. Handwriter however, might interpret what you wrote differently. This is especially likely with punctuation marks, if you write them alone. For example, a comma by itself could look like a right parenthesis.
Distinguish Letters from Numbers Letters and numbers may look alike. For example, when writing the number “1055”, differentiate your “5” from an “S” by either making the top corners of the “5” sharper, or by writing a two-stroke “5”. A two-stroke “5” may look like an “S” on paper, but Handwriter never confuses them because an “S”...
Customizing Ink Settings In the Appearance tab you can control ink width and color: • To customize the width of the ink stroke, select a size, then tap OK. • To customize the color of the ink, select Change Color, then select a color box, then tap OK.
• To control spacing between words, tap the box next to Automatically insert a Space after a pause (complete words only). Note: This feature only works with Spell Checking. Be sure to check the Enable Recognition Dictionary box. However, if you pause after writing fewer than three characters (such as “an...”), you will have to insert a space manually after the last character.
To write a circle gesture, write the letter, then immediately draw a circle around it. Using the Trainer You can personalize the way Handwriter interprets what you write, by using the Recognition Tuner. When you tap Trainer on the Advanced tab, the Handwriter Trainer appears: •...
With bFAX you can either enter the information or tap the Contacts box and scroll to select one or more recipients from your PenCentra 130 Contacts list. The new recipient appears in the Recipient list for the selected fax. Removing a Recipient Select the recipient you wish to delete from the Recipient list and tap the delete button, or choose Delete from the Edit menu.
To change settings or to reactivate the confirmation screen, choose Communications from the Options menu and tap Dialing. Note: To send a fax, the fax/modem must be correctly inserted and connected to a live phone line. Adding/Removing Documents After creating or selecting a fax, either from the Fax Workspace or from the Outbox, you can add documents to it.
If you enter a file name in the Look For field, bFIND searches for it using the default filter filename *.* as the file filter. If the Look For text contains an extension delimiter such as “.”, bFIND will use the text as is. Due to memory considerations, bFIND will abort the current search after it has found more than 50 items.
Other: Depending on the user’s configuration, other search locations may be displayed. Any database that is found on the PenCentra 130 without a script will still appear in the Search Location group box. For example, if you use Pocket Internet Explorer, “Cookies”...
Cautions • Cleaning the screen surface with denatured alcohol may result in streaking. If streaking occurs, buff the screen surface lightly with a soft, dry cloth. • The PenCentra 130 pen tablet is not waterproof. Do not pour liquids on the system or wash it with a soaked cloth. 3.
Protecting the PenCentra 130 Pen Tablet in Harsh Environments The PenCentra 130 pen tablet is designed for use in environments where there is no direct exposure to rain, mist, sprays, dirt, or other abrasive particles. The optional PenCentra 130 harsh environment case (FMWCC36) and the PenCentra 130 screen protector (FMWSP6) provide some protection in these environments, as well as from physical damage due to shock or vibration.
Care and Maintenance of the PenCentra 130...
Chapter 6 Troubleshooting the PenCentra 130 Solutions to some common problems are described in the following sections. If you are experiencing a problem with your PenCentra 130 pen tablet that you cannot solve by taking the actions described, contact your local help desk or your reseller for further assistance.
Infrared Data Transfer Is Not Working If you are experiencing problems transferring data between Windows CE-based devices, note the following: • Transfer only one file, or no more than 25 contact cards at a time. For more information on contact cards, reference the section of Chapter 3 entitled “Contacts: Tracking Friends and Colleagues”.
Pen Not Calibrated If the pen appears to be selecting an area of the screen other than the location at which you tap, you should calibrate the pen. See “Calibrating the Pen” in Chapter 2 for details. Audio Volume Too Low If the audio volume on your pen tablet speaker or external headphones is too low, check the following: •...
Can dial out but can’t make a proper connection • Make sure the network to which you are trying to connect supports Point-to-Point Protocol (PPP). PPTP connections are not currently supported. Your Internet service provider or network administrator can verify this. •...
Appendix A PenCentra 130 H/PC Pro Hardware Specifications The following table provides general hardware specifications of the PenCentra 130 H/PC Pro by category. PenCentra 130 Specifications Physical Specifications Dimensions 8.9” x 6.5” x 1.3” (226mm x 165.5mm x 33.6mm) Weight 2 lbs.
PenCentra 130 Specifications (Continued) Backlight Control Color Reflective Display (indoor/outdoor): Low-Medium-High-Off (via hotpad) Color Transmissive Display (indoor only): Very Low-Low-Medium-High (via hotpad) The backlight control defaults to last setting used. VGA Controller 16-bit with hardware acceleration VRAM 2 MB SDRAM Interface Specifications PC Card Slots •...
PenCentra 130 Specifications (Continued) High-Usage Docking • USB-Host (5 V, 500 mA maximum current) Contacts • RS-232C serial Note that Pin 9 on this serial port does not support 5 V current. • PS/2-style keyboard (5 V, 500 mA maximum current) •...
PenCentra 130 Specifications (Continued) Backup Battery • Internal NiMH, 3.6 V @ 70 mAh • Charge time: 90% - 2 days, 100% - 4 days • Automatically recharges from main battery when the system is on. • Suspend life (fully charged backup battery, no main battery): 2 days Additional Specifications Reliability...
Appendix B Glossary AC adapter An adapter that provides external power (not battery power) to your PenCentra 130 H/ ActiveSync A component of Windows CE Services that manages data synchronization between your PenCentra 130 and desktop computer when you are working remotely. You can specify the type of data you want to synchronize.
The process of converting Windows-compatible files on your desktop computer to Windows CE-compatible files on your PenCentra 130, and vice versa. FPSI Fujitsu Personal Systems, Inc. (www.fpsi.fujitsu.com). full reset See reset. An optional Harsh Environment Case, used to provide extra protection for your PenCentra 130.
IMAP4 (Internet Message Access Protocol) An e-mail protocol supported by some mail servers. When using IMAP4, the folders you create on your desktop computer or PenCentra 130 are mirrored on the mail server so that the contents of the folders are available from any computer with access to your mail server.
modem card See PC Card. My Documents folder The folder that stores files you create on your PenCentra 130. You can view the contents of this folder in the Explorer window in Windows CE Services. network connection A connection between your PenCentra 130 and a network by means of an Ethernet card inserted into your PenCentra 130.
RAS (Remote Access Service) account A network account that enables your PenCentra 130 to remotely access your corporate network. remote connection A connection between your PenCentra 130 and a remote computer. You make a remote connection by using a modem or an Ethernet card. Remote Networking The Windows CE folder where you establish a dial-up connection between a mobile device and a remote computer.
toolbar A bar at the top of the screen that contains buttons that perform specific tasks. touch screen A touch-sensitive screen on your PenCentra 130 that can recognize the location of a touch on its surface (typically done by using a stylus) and translate that touch into a desired action (such as making a selection or moving the cursor).
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. Changes or modifications not expressly approved by Fujitsu Personal Systems, Inc., could void the user’s authority to operate the equipment.
with other information. If requested, users must provide their telephone company with the following information: • The telephone number to which the pen tablet is connected • The Ringer Equivalence Number (REN) for this equipment • The information that the system requires a standard modular jack type USOC RJ-11C which is FCC Part 68-compliant •...
• All public or semipublic coin-operated or credit card telephones. • Elevators, highways, tunnels, (automobile, subway, railroad, or pedestrian) where a person with impaired hearing might be isolated in an emergency. • Places where telephones are specifically installed to alert emergency authorities such as fire, police, or medical assistance personnel.
Repairs to telecommunication equipment should be made by a Canadian authorized maintenance facility. Any repairs or alterations not expressly approved by Fujitsu Personal Systems, Inc. or any equipment failures may give the telecommunications company cause to request the user to disconnect the equipment from the telephone line.
Les réparations de l’équipement de télécommunications doivent être effectuées par un service de maintenance agréé au Canada. Toute réparation ou modification, qui n’est pas expressement approuvée par Fujitsu Personal Systems, Inc., ou toute défaillance de l’équipement peut entrainer la compagnie de télécommunications à...
Index connecting to an ISP, 3-27 connecting to the network, 3-28 ActiveSync, 1-11, 3-24, 3-29 connectors and peripheral interfaces, 1-8 downloading messages, 3-24 Contacts, 3-17 managing messages, 3-25 creating a dial-up connection, 3-28 auto adapter, 1-2 creating a dial-up connection to a modem, 3-31 creating an Ethernet connection, 3-28 battery charging, 2-7...
high-usage docking contacts, 1-5 Microsoft Pocket Office, 3-1 hotpads, 1-3 opening, 3-1 backlight brightness, 2-9 Microsoft Voice recorder, 1-11 contrast, 2-9 mobile keyboard, 1-2 programmable, 1, 2, 3, 2-10 modem jack, 1-3, 1-9 right mouse button, 2-9 volume, 2-9 HRS, 4-5 notification button, 1-3, 1-8 Inbox, 3-20 connecting to a mail server, 3-21...
Pocket Outlook, 3-13 serial port, 1-5, 1-9 Calendar, 3-14 slip case, 1-2 Contacts, 3-17 space, inserting automatically, 4-13 Inbox, 3-20 spacing between characters and words, 4-10 Tasks, 3-18 spare battery, 1-2 Pocket PowerPoint, 3-8 spare pen, 1-2 showing a presentation, 3-8 speaker, 1-5, 1-10 Pocket Word, 3-2 spell checker, using, 4-12...
cursor not tracking pen, 6-2 infrared transfer not working, 6-2 no response to pen, 6-2 remote connection problems, 6-3 screen is difficult to read or blank, 6-1 system will not resume, 6-1 USB port, 1-5, 1-9 Using Online Help, 4-8 Using the Pen, 2-3 Voice Recorder, 3-10 recording and playing, 3-11...