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Connectivity Peripherals
Installation Guide
Point 510
Point 1600

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    Connectivity Peripherals Installation Guide Point 510 Point 1600...

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    Connectivity Peripherals Installation 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 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: Agency Compliance

    Agency Compliance FCC Notice 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. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential installation.

  • Page 7: Table Of Contents

    Table of Contents About This Guide ... Organization... Chapter 1 Introduction to Connectivity Peripherals ... Cradle Module ... The Portable Port Expander ... Port Replicator ... High-Usage Cradle ... High-Connectivity Cradle... Wall-Mount Cradle ... Charge-Only Cradle ... Chapter 2 Assembling and Installing Connectivity Peripherals ... Portable Port Expander ...

  • Page 9: About This Guide

    About This Guide This guide provides installation instructions for connectivity peripherals compatible with Point 1600 and Point 510 pen tablet systems including the following: • Portable port expander • Port replicator* • High-connectivity cradle* • High-usage cradle* • Wall-mount cradle* •...

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    viii About This Guide...

  • Page 11: Introduction To Connectivity Peripherals

    Chapter 1 Introduction to Connectivity Peripherals Connectivity peripherals for the Point 510 and Point 1600 pen tablet systems are engineered using modular design principles. Each connectivity peripheral is assembled using components which may be used in different connectivity peripheral products. Components that make up connectivity peripherals are shipped unassembled.

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    Table 1-2 shows what type of connectors are present on each connectivity peripheral product. Table 1-2. Connectors on Connectivity Peripherals Serial Port A Serial Port B † Mouse Port (on portable port expander) Keyboard Mouse Port (on cradle module) Parallel Port Floppy Drive Port Video Port DC Power Input...

  • Page 13: Cradle Module

    Cradle Module The cradle module is a central component in the following connectivity peripherals: • port replicator • high-usage cradle • high-connectivity cradle • wall-mount cradle The cradle module holds the pen tablet when it is inserted in these connectivity peripherals. Two types of cradle modules are available, a locking version (cradle module FMW26CR8), and a non-locking version (cradle module FMW26CR28).

  • Page 14: Port Replicator

    Port Replicator The port replicator provides the combined features of the portable port expander, plus additional keyboard and power connectors. The port replicator is assembled by installing the portable port expander in the cradle module. For assembly instructions, see “Assembling the Port Replicator” in Chapter 2 of this manual.

  • Page 15: High-connectivity Cradle

    High-Connectivity Cradle The high-connectivity cradle provides all the connectivity of the port replicator and is designed for desk-top or counter-top installations where the cradle remains stationary. Locking versions are equipped with a tubular lock which allows you to lock the pen tablet into the cradle. The high-connectivity cradle is assembled using a cradle module, cradle base, and portable port expander.

  • Page 16: Wall-mount Cradle

    Wall-Mount Cradle The wall-mount cradle provides a folding keyboard tray and can be located in hallways or other wall areas to give mobile workers a convenient place to store the pen tablet, input data with a keyboard and connect the pen tablet to an external power source. Locking versions are equipped with a tubular lock which allows you to lock the pen tablet into the cradle.

  • Page 17: Assembling And Installing Connectivity Peripherals

    Chapter 2 Assembling and Installing Connectivity Peripherals This chapter describes the assembly and installation of connectivity peripherals. Portable Port Expander The portable port expander can be used alone with the pen tablet or it can be installed in the cradle module as a component in other connectivity peripheral assemblies.

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    Connectors Figure 2-2 shows the location of peripheral connectors on the portable port expander. Serial Port B Serial Port A Figure 2-2. Bottom View, Portable Port Expander Peripheral connectors on the portable port expander are described in Table 2-1. Table 2-1. Portable Port Expander Connectors Port Serial Port A Serial Port B...

  • Page 19: Assembling The Port Replicator

    Assembling the Port Replicator The port replicator is assembled using a cradle module and a portable port expander. The process of assembling the port replicator is outlined in the following: • Install the portable port expander in the cradle module. •...

  • Page 20: Attaching The Feet

    To install the portable port expander in the cradle module, Insert the portable port expander through the bottom of the cradle module as shown in Figure 2-3. Position the portable port expander so you can see the portable port expander screw holes through the two holes inside the cradle module.

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    replicator on the desk stand in one of three orientations: one landscape-mode and two portrait-mode positions. Feet Attach wire catch here for portrait orientation (left side up). To install the wire catch, Determine which set of mounting holes is appropriate depending on how you intend to orient the pen tablet on the desk stand.

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    Mouse Port (on cradle module) Keyboard Port Connectors on the port replicator are described in Table 2-2. Port Serial Port A This connector can be used to connect an external device with a serial interface such as a modem. This is a fully-functional RS232-C serial port.

  • Page 23: Using The Folding Desk Stand

    Using the 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 24: Assembling The High-usage Cradle

    Assembling the High-Usage Cradle The following outlines the process of assembling the high-usage cradle: • Attach the cradle module to the cradle base. • Install the AC adapter in the cradle base. Detailed procedures for assembling the cradle module, cradle base, and AC adapter are given in this section.

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    Kensington Security Standard Slot Nylon Washer Star Washer Screw Cover Figure 2-7. High-Usage Cradle Assembly Determine which side the adjustment knob will be installed on. The knob can be installed on either the right or left side of the cradle module to accommodate right- or left-handed users. Install the #10 screw, lock washer, and nylon washer provided on one side (opposite the side where the knob will be installed) to fasten the cradle module to the cradle base.

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    To install the AC adapter in the cradle base, Turn the cradle base upside down. Detach one end of the Velcro strap and insert the AC adapter into the cavity in the bottom of the cradle base as shown in Figure 2-8. Reattach the velcro strap to secure the AC adapter.

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    The location of peripheral connectors on the high-usage cradle are shown in Figure 2-8. Table 2-3 describes these connectors. Table 2-3. High-Usage Cradle Connectors Port Mouse Port This 6-pin mini-DIN plug is used to attach a PS/2-style mouse. DC Input This connector is used to connect a DC power source such as the Fujitsu AC adapter or auto adapter.

  • Page 28: Installing The High-usage Cradle

    Installing the High-Usage Cradle To install the high-usage cradle at the work site, Determine the appropriate desktop location. Account for: • Distance to an AC outlet. • Distance from desk edge to allow for easy access and positioning of a keyboard and mouse pad. •...

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    As an optional step, you can secure the cradle at the work site using one or both of the following methods: • Secure the cradle using a Kensington lock. The cradle base provides a Kensington Security Standard slot, called out in Figure 2-7, which is designed for use with Kensington locking devices such as the Kensington MicroSaver security system.

  • Page 30: Assembling The High-connectivity Cradle

    Assembling the High-Connectivity Cradle The following list outlines the process of assembling the high-connectivity cradle. Detailed procedures are given later in this section. • Install the portable port expander in the cradle module. To do so, follow the procedure given in “Assembling the Port Replicator” on page 2-3 before performing the following procedures.

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    Kensington Security Standard Slot Nylon Washer Star Washer Screw Cover Figure 2-10. High-Connectivity Cradle Assembly Assembling the High-Connectivity Cradle Screws Cradle Module Portable Port Expander Knob Spacer Cradle Base 545HUCAS 2-15...

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    To install the AC adapter in the cradle base, Turn the cradle base upside down. Detach one end of the Velcro strap and insert the AC adapter into the cavity in the bottom of the cradle base as shown in Figure 2-11. Reattach the velcro strap to secure the AC adapter.

  • Page 33: Installing The High-connectivity Cradle

    Installing the High-Connectivity Cradle To install the high-connectivity cradle, Determine the appropriate desktop location. Account for: • Distance to an AC outlet. • Distance from desk edge to allow for easy access and positioning of a keyboard and mouse pad. •...

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    utilize these ports is determined by BIOS settings. Ensure that BIOS options are properly configured for the ports that you intend to use. Table 2-4. High-Connectivity Cradle Connectors Port Serial Port A This connector can be used to connect an external device with a serial interface such as a modem.

  • Page 35: Installing The Wall-mount Cradle

    Installing the Wall-Mount Cradle The wall-mount cradle is assembled during installation. Installing the wall-mount cradle involves the following general tasks: • Prepare the installation site for the wall-mount cradle. • Assemble and install the wall-mount cradle at the site. Procedures for these tasks are given in the following sections. Required Tools and Hardware The following tools and hardware are required to install the wall-mount cradle.

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    To prepare the installation site for the wall-mount cradle, Determine the appropriate location for the wall-mount cradle. Account for the following factors when selecting the location: • The wall-mount cradle protrudes from the wall about 3.5 inches with the keyboard tray in the closed position and about 10 inches with the keyboard tray in the open position.

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    Mounting Holes (To attach plate to wall.) Mounting Holes (To attach plate to junction box.) Figure 2-12. Wall-Mount Cradle Mounting Plate To install the wall-mount cradle, Attach the mounting plate to the junction box. To do so, align the square hole in the mounting plate with the junction box and fasten the plate to the junction box.

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    Connect the AC adapter’s AC power cable to the AC supply wire in the junction box. To do so, cut the wall plug off of the AC adapter’s AC power cable and discard the wall plug. Trim the end of the cable that connects to the AC adapter to a length of about 2’...

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    Route the keyboard cable through the notch on the left side of the keyboard tray assembly as shown in Figure 2-15. Connect the keyboard cable to keyboard port on the cradle module. Ensure that you have connected the keyboard cable to the correct port. The keyboard port is the middle connector on the bottom of the cradle module (closest to the DC input connector).

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    11. Connect the AC power cable (from the junction box) to the AC adapter. To do so, bring the keyboard tray assembly close to the cradle plate that is already mounted on the wall. 12. Attach the keyboard tray assembly to the mounting plate as shown in Figure 2-16, Figure 2-17, and Figure 2-18.

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    Push Tighten Figure 2-17. Attaching Keyboard Tray Assembly to Mounting Plate (Left Side) Tighten Figure 2-18. Attaching Keyboard Tray Assembly to Mounting Plate (Bottom) 13. Fasten the cradle module to the mounting plate using the two (size #6) screws provided with the wall-mount cradle, shown in Figure 2-15 on page 2-23.

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    14. Tighten the two (size #10) screws, one on each side, that you installed in step 9 to fasten the cradle module to the keyboard tray assembly. To ensure proper alignment, push the cradle module toward the wall as shown in Figure 2-19 and Figure 2-20 while you tighten the screws. Tighten Push Figure 2-19.

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    15. Apply the cover label provided with the cradle module to the inside of the cradle module as shown in Figure 2-15 on page 2-23. (This label covers access holes in the cradle module that are not used in this assembly.) 16.

  • Page 44: Testing The Wall-mount Cradle After Installation

    Testing the Wall-Mount Cradle After Installation The wall-mount cradle should be tested after it is installed. To do so, perform the following procedure and correct any problems noted. Turn on AC power to the junction box. Insert a pen tablet into the cradle module. Confirm that external power is supplied to the pen tablet (via the AC adapter).

  • Page 45: Connectors

    Connectors Connectors on the wall-mount cradle are described in Table 2-5. Port DC Input This connector is used to connect a DC power source such as the Fujitsu AC adapter or auto adapter. Keyboard Port This 6-pin mini-DIN plug can be used to attach a PS/2-style keyboard. Mouse Port* This connector can be used to connect a PS/2-style mouse.

  • Page 46: Installing The Charge-only Cradle

    Installing the Charge-Only Cradle To install the charge-only cradle, Place the cradle in the location where it will be used. Plug the DC power cable from AC adapter into the DC input connector located on the bottom of the charge-only cradle. Plug the AC power cable into the AC adapter and into an AC outlet.

  • Page 47: Confirming External Power Is Supplied

    Confirming External Power Is Supplied All connectivity peripherals (except for the portable port expander) supply power to the pen tablet when the AC adapter is properly connected. To confirm that external power is supplied, place the pen tablet in the connectivity peripheral and observe the Charge Status light on the pen tablet. The Charge Status light should either flash once or turn on continuously (depending on the percent of full charge in the pen tablet’s battery pack) when the pen tablet is initially inserted in the connectivity peripheral.

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    Index charge-only cradle description, 1-6 installing, 2-30 connectivity peripherals compatible pen tablets, vii connectors, table, 1-2 locking and non-locking versions, vii cradle module, 1-3 high-connectivity cradle AC adapter, 2-17 assembling, 2-14 components, 1-5 connectors, 2-17 description, 1-5 installing, 2-17 installing the AC adapter, 2-16 high-usage cradle assembling, 2-8 components, 1-4...

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