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Turning the Power On

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Troubleshooting

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  • Page 1: Turning The Power On

    User's Guide (Main Unit) Name of the Various Components Turning the Power On Displaying the Content Using Convenient Functions Settings and Daily Care Troubleshooting When in Trouble Malfunction? Follow the following procedures to determine the cause Appendix of problems with this product. Refer to "Troubleshooting"...

  • Page 2: Introduction

    Introduction Thank you for purchasing the BROTHER DOCUMENT VIEWER SV-100B (herein referred to as the unit). This unit is an easily portable, convenient document viewer that uses electronic paper. This unit makes a large amount of documents portable and the contents can be immediately displayed.

  • Page 3

    • The enclosed interface cable should be used in order to ensure compliance with the limits for a Class B digital device. FCC WARNING • Changes or modifications not expressly approved by Brother Industries, Ltd. could void the user's authority to operate the equipment. CAUTION RISK OF EXPLOSION IF BATTERY IS REPLACED BY AN INCORRECT TYPE.

  • Page 4: Trademarks

    Microsoft Corporation in the US and other countries. • Bluetooth ® is a registered trademark of Bluetooth SIG, Inc. Brother Industries has a license to use this name. ® • Acrobat and Adobe are registered trademarks or trademarks of Adobe Systems Incorporated in the US.

  • Page 5

    This software cannot be used if the customer disagrees with this agreement. 1. Ownership The ownership of this software and any reproductions belongs to Brother Industries (herein referred to as "Company") or its supplier, Wind River Co., Ltd. This agreement does not transfer this company's software copyright to the customer.

  • Page 6: For Safe Use

    In the event of a device failure, stop using the unit immediately and contact the store where this unit was purchased or the Brother Call Center. The following provides an explanation of the symbols. If this warning is ignored, the mishandling of the unit may result in Danger death or serious injury.

  • Page 7: Unit (including The Special Rechargeable Lithium Ion Battery)

    For Safe Use Unit (Including the special rechargeable lithium ion battery) Danger Do not use any other battery aside from the specified rechargeable battery. This may result in igniting a fire or device failure. Be sure to follow the cautionary points in the following for the proper use of the special rechargeable lithium ion battery (herein simply referred to as "rechargeable battery") bundled with this product.

  • Page 8

    Contact the store where this unit was purchased or the Brother Call Center. This may result in a fire, electric shock, or device failure. Do not use, recharge, or store the device in the following locations. This may result in a leak, fire, electric shock, device failure, or igniting a fire.

  • Page 9

    If the charge is not complete even after the specified time, stop charging the battery. This may result in a fire, electric shock, device failure, or igniting a fire. Contact the store where this unit was purchased or the Brother Call Center. Caution Store the unit and accessories (i.e.

  • Page 10

    For Safe Use Other Although the special rechargeable lithium ion battery is semi-charged to confirm the operation of the unit, charge the battery using the AC adapter or USB connection before use. Extend the life of the battery by recharging only after full discharges. The life of the battery will shorten if the battery is repeatedly recharged when the battery has not been sufficiently discharged.

  • Page 11: Ac Adapter

    Do not disassemble, modify, or repair. This may result in a fire, electric shock, or injury. Contact the store where this unit was purchased or the Brother Call Center for inspections, adjustments, or repairs. In the event any liquids penetrate the case, contact the Brother Call Center.

  • Page 12

    For Safe Use Caution Do not pull the cord when removing the power plug from the outlet. This may result in igniting a fire or electric shock. Do not place foreign objects in the terminal of the AC adapter. This may result in burns or electric shock.

  • Page 13

    Do not place heavy objects or objects containing water on the unit. In the event that water spills on the unit, water penetrate the case, or foreign material enters the unit contact the Brother Call Center. Use of the device in this state may result in device failure or injury.

  • Page 14: Symbols

    Symbols " " Indicates the item displayed in the display panel. Indicates the selection item. Indicates the screen name. Indicates useful and convenient information and restrictions. Indicates operations that may delete user data or important points.

  • Page 15: Quick Index

    PC. (Scan-to-SV-100B) Save scanned data onto this unit like you would make photocopies on a multi-function device, and browse it on the unit. *Separate purchase of a Brother multi-function device is necessary. "Using Scan-to-SV-100B Function" on page 55...

  • Page 16

    Quick Index Magnify the Page Magnify the page to 145% to increase the size of smaller fonts. "Magnifying a Page" on page 45 Place Bookmarks on the Page Bookmarks can be placed on pages just as post-it notes can be placed on documents. "Placing Bookmarks"...

  • Page 17

    Quick Index Skip and Display Pages Pages only with bookmarks can be browsed. "Bookmarks jump" on page 50 Jump to Specific Page Specify the page number and jump to the specific page. "Enter a Page Number and Open" on page 42...

  • Page 18

    Quick Index Return to Previously Read Content Open the last 30 contents read in the browse history without searching the file. Access history Recently read content 10 Documents Display (List format) 3 Documents Display (Thumbnail format) "Using the Access History" on page 53 When the Power is Turned ON, Continue Reading from the Same Page When the Power was Turned OFF While Browsing The power can be turned off while the pages are being browsed.

  • Page 19: Table Of Contents

    Table of Contents Introduction ..................2 Trademarks......................4 For Safe Use ..................6 Symbols Used in this Document ................6 Unit (Including the special rechargeable lithium ion battery)......7 AC Adapter ......................11 Symbols ..................14 Quick Index..................15 Table of Contents................19 1 Name of the Various Components........22 Name of the Various Components ..........

  • Page 20

    Deleting Bookmarks ..................49 Bookmarks jump ....................50 Rating the Content................ 52 Using the Access History............. 53 Using Scan-to-SV-100B Function..........55 5 Settings and Daily Care............ 58 Changing to favorite settings on the unit........59 Setting the auto "power-off" time..............61 Configuring the screen pattern when powered off .........

  • Page 21

    Table of Contents 6 Troubleshooting ..............86 When this message appears............87 Is this a device failure? ..............89 Separately sold accessories............90 Ordering accessories and supplies ..............90 Disposal of this unit..............91 Disposing the lithium ion battery ..............91 Deleting data.......................91 Repairs...................

  • Page 22: Name Of The Various Components

    Name of the Various Components Name of the Various Components Screen .................... 23 Reverse Side ................. 24 Status Lamps ................25...

  • Page 23: Name Of The Various Components

    Name of the Various Components Screen 2. AC Adapter Port 1. Display Panel 3. USB Port 4. Expansion Slot 5. Connector Cover 6. Status Lamps 7. On/Off Key 8. Menu Key 9. Close Key 10. Enlarge Key 11. Battery Cover 12.

  • Page 24: Reverse Side

    Name of the Various Components Item Explanation 11. Battery Cover Open the cover when inserting/removing the battery or mircoSD memory card or pressing the reset key. Opens the next content page. Opens the previous content page. 14. Select Key Selects the displayed menu on the display panel or enters numbers. Key operation is unavailable while the unit processes, i.e.

  • Page 25: Screen

    Center Flashing Starting Bluetooth connected (During Bluetooth communication, response from the separate mobile device is required. Contact the Brother Call Center.) Center On USB connected Flashing from Left to Right Turning to the next page Flashing from Right to Left...

  • Page 26: Turning The Power On

    Turning the Power On Turning the Power On Turning the Power On ..............27 Turning the Power Off..............28 Display Screen ................29 Folder List Display Screen............29 Content Display Screen .............. 31...

  • Page 27: Turning The Power On

    Turning the Power On Turning the Power On Press The process takes about 5 seconds from when the power is off until it turns on. Note that if is pressed again during this process, the power may not turn on. The startup time can be shortened.

  • Page 28: Turning The Power Off

    Turning the Power On Turning the Power Off The power turns off if the unit is not operated for 15 consecutive minutes (auto power off) or the power turns off as follows. Refer to "Setting the auto "power-off" time" on page 61 to change the auto power off time.

  • Page 29: Display Screen

    Turning the Power On Display Screen The unit-specific files stored on the memory card are in the folder. The contents of the folder can be confirmed on the folder list display screen. The contents of the unit-specific files can be browsed on the content display screen.

  • Page 30

    Turning the Power On [3] List within the folder The list displays up to 10 folders and files within the folder. • If there are 11 or more, the list displays on multiple pages. • If there is a mix of folders and files in a folder, the folders appear at the top. Folders are represented by the following four icons.

  • Page 31: Content Display Screen

    Turning the Power On Content Display Screen [1] Bookmark Whole Page Display Magnified Display [5] Magnification Location Mark [4] Magnification Assisting Mark [3] Page Number/Total Page Number [2] Move to Bookmark Mode Display [1] Bookmark Displays when a bookmark is placed according to "Placing Bookmarks" on page 49. [2] Move to Bookmark Mode Display Displays when the Move to Bookmark mode is used according to "Bookmarks jump"...

  • Page 32: Displaying The Content

    Displaying the Content Opening a Folder Selecting the Security folder ............34 When the [Incorrect password] Screen Displays....... 36 [Menu] Screen on the Folder List Display........37 Displaying the [Menu] Screen............. 37 Closing the [Menu] Screen ............38 Returning to the Top folder ............38 Displaying Content Closing Files ................

  • Page 33: Opening A Folder

    Opening a Folder The top level of the memory card is the Top folder. When the folder is opened, the folder is moved to a lower level. The following explains the folder operations from the Top folder. Confirm that the Top folder icon is displayed.

  • Page 34: Selecting The Security Folder

    Opening a Folder Press the corresponding selection key to display the content of the lower folders. • If the total number of folders and files in a folder is 11 or more, the items display on multiple pages. Switch between pages by selecting [Next] or [Back], or by pressing •...

  • Page 35

    Opening a Folder Enter a four digit password in the "Password" field. • Enter the four digit password configured in the SV-Manager. • Press [Back] to delete the number that was entered last and reenter the number. Select [OK] after entering four digits. If the password was not configured using SV-Manager, the password will not match.

  • Page 36: When The [incorrect Password] Screen Displays

    Opening a Folder When the [Incorrect password] Screen Displays If the password does not match, the [Incorrect password] screen displays. This screen displays to confirm the reason the password was rejected, i.e. unexpected error or miskey operation inside a bag, etc. Press the [1], [2], [3], and [4] keys in order.

  • Page 37: [menu] Screen On The Folder List Display

    View using Bluetooth Use when communicating data via Bluetooth. A response from the separate mobile device is required. Contact the Brother Call Center. Change settings "Changing to favorite settings on the unit" on page 59 "Configuring the time and date" on page 72 "Formatting the memory card"...

  • Page 38: Closing The [menu] Screen

    Opening a Folder Closing the [Menu] Screen Select in the [Menu] screen or press Returns to the previous folder list display screen. Returning to the Top folder Select [Return to top folder] in the [Menu] screen. Returns to the Top folder and displays the list in the folder. •...

  • Page 39: Displaying Content

    Displaying Content There are two types of files as follows. General file not protected by a password File in the Security folder protected by a password Follow the following procedures to open files and display the contents. Files that have been previously opened can also be opened from the access history. Refer to "Using the Access History"...

  • Page 40: [menu] Screen On The Content Display

    Displaying Content [Menu] Screen on the Content Display When the [Menu] screen appears on the content display, convenient functions are available, i.e. jump to pages, bookmark pages, rate contents, etc. The file name when the [Menu] screen appears is also displayed. File Name Item Content or Reference Location...

  • Page 41: Displaying The [menu] Screen

    View using Bluetooth Use when communicating data via Bluetooth. A response from the separate mobile device is required. Contact the Brother Call Center. Change settings "Changing to favorite settings on the unit" on page 59 "Configuring the time and date" on page 72 "Formatting the memory card"...

  • Page 42: Turning The Page

    Displaying Content Turning the Page Follow the following procedures to turn pages one at a time. • Refer to "Magnifying a Page" on page 45 to turn pages in magnified display. • Refer to "Bookmarks jump" on page 50 to turn pages in Bookmarks jump mode. Press •...

  • Page 43

    Displaying Content Enter a page number. • The total number of pages displays under the page number entry box. Enter a page number within the total number of pages. • Press [Back] to delete the entered numbers and reenter a page number. Select [OK].

  • Page 44: Opening The Top Page

    Displaying Content Opening the Top page The display can jump to the top content page. Follow the following steps. Press in the content display. The [Menu] screen displays. Select [Top page]. The top content page displays. • If the display is magnified as in "Magnifying a Page" on page 45, the top part of the top page displays.

  • Page 45: Magnifying A Page

    Displaying Content Magnifying a Page The page can be magnified and displayed at 145%. Follow the following steps. The magnified display image is configured when creating the unit-specific file in SV- Manager. If the unit-specific file was created with a checkmark by [Create enlarged images], the magnified display image appears.

  • Page 46

    Displaying Content Press to move the display location. This moves the magnification position within the page or to the previous or next page. • The location of the magnified display is indicated by the magnification position mark. There are three positions of a magnified page: top, middle, and bottom. •...

  • Page 47

    Displaying Content...

  • Page 48: Using Convenient Functions

    Using Convenient Functions Using Bookmarks Placing Bookmarks............... 49 Deleting Bookmarks ..............49 Bookmarks jump................50 Canceling the Bookmarks Jump Mode........51 Rating the Content Using the Access History Using Scan-to-SV-100B Function...

  • Page 49: Using Bookmarks

    Using Bookmarks Bookmarks can be placed on pages just as post-it notes can be placed on documents. Jump to the bookmarked pages and browse through the document quickly. The bookmarks placed can also be confirmed and used in SV-Manager. Placing Bookmarks Placing bookmarks on pages without bookmarks.

  • Page 50: Bookmarks Jump

    Using Bookmarks Bookmarks jump Jump to the bookmarked pages and browse through the document quickly. Jump to bookmarks as follows. Press in the content display. The [Menu] screen displays. • The number of current bookmarks is indicated in the menu items. Select [Jump to bookmarks].

  • Page 51: Canceling The Bookmarks Jump Mode

    Using Bookmarks Canceling the Bookmarks Jump Mode Press in the content display. The [Menu] screen displays. Select [Cancel Jump to bookmarks]. Bookmarks jump mode cancels and the Bookmarks jump mode icon at the lower left of the screen disappears. The Bookmarks jump mode automatically cancels in the following. 1) When the number of bookmarks in "Delete the bookmark"...

  • Page 52: Rating The Content

    Rating the Content The content can be evaluated using five asterisks. The rating can be changed or deleted. The rating results can also be confirmed on the SV-Manager. Rate the contents as follows. Press in the content display. The [Menu] screen displays. •...

  • Page 53: Using The Access History

    Using the Access History 30 of the most recently browsed files and time of browsing are automatically listed in the access history. The access history displays the files in a list (10 documents) or in a thumbnail (3 documents) format. The thumbnail displays the most recently accessed page.

  • Page 54

    Using the Access History Press in the folder list or content display. The [Menu] screen displays. Select [Recently viewed documents]. The [Recently accessed documents] screen displays. • When the display format of the access history is set to 10 documents, and there are 11 documents, they are displayed across multiple pages.

  • Page 55: Using Scan-to-sv-100b Function

    Using Scan-to-SV-100B Function By connecting this unit to a Brother multi-function device with a USB cable, you can directly save the scanned data and convert it into accessible data. You can save necessary documents onto this unit and access them without using a PC, just like you would make photocopies.

  • Page 56

    • For details, see "Scan to USB (Media)" section in the documentation for the multi-function device. • Once scanning starts, a folder named "BROTHER" is created in the root directory of the unit's memory card. The scanned data is stored in this folder.

  • Page 57

    • The remaining scanned data in the "BROTHER" folder will be converted to the unit's proprietary file the next time you connect to and disconnect from a PC or a multi-function device using a USB cable.

  • Page 58: Settings And Daily Care

    Settings and Daily Care This chapter explains the settings and methods for care of the unit. Changing to favorite settings on the unit [Change settings] screen............59 Setting the auto "power-off" time..........61 Configuring the screen pattern when powered off....62 Configuring the screen display when powered on ....

  • Page 59: Changing To Favorite Settings On The Unit

    Changing to favorite settings on the unit The unit can be configured to make the device easier to use. Configure the settings on the [Change settings] screen. These settings are retained even when the battery becomes empty, when the battery is removed, or when the device is reset by pressing the Reset key. [Change settings] screen The Settings menu of the [Change settings] screen is configured on two pages.

  • Page 60

    "Resetting the settings" on page 71 Format microSD card "Formatting the memory card" on page 76 Update firmware Contact Brother Call Center, and confirm the update method of the compatible firmware version. Version info "Confirming the firmware version" on page 85...

  • Page 61: Setting The Auto "power-off" Time

    Changing to favorite settings on the unit Setting the auto "power-off" time This unit has a power saving design. When user-operated data processes are complete, the unit switches to "User operation standby mode" and then to "User operation standby (power saving) mode"...

  • Page 62: Configuring The Screen Pattern When Powered Off

    Changing to favorite settings on the unit Configuring the screen pattern when powered off This unit uses electronic paper. The screen can continue to display on the display panel even when the power is turned off. "Power off screen options" settings configure the screen display when the unit is powered off.

  • Page 63: Configuring The Screen Display When Powered On

    Changing to favorite settings on the unit Select [Return] or press Return to the [Change settings] screen. Confirm that the settings have changed. Configuring the screen display when powered on Configures the displayed screen when the power is turned on. [Startup screen] (Default) : Displays the Top folder in a list.

  • Page 64: Configuring Quick Startup

    Changing to favorite settings on the unit Configuring Quick Startup Configures the startup method the power is turned on. [Normal Startup] (Default) : The startup time for Normal Startup is about 5 seconds. • Even when the setting is configured to [Normal Startup], the setting changes to Quick Startup in the following.

  • Page 65: Configuring The Page Display When Opening The Content

    Changing to favorite settings on the unit Select [Return] or press Return to the [Change settings] screen. Confirm that the settings have changed. Configuring the page display when opening the content Configures the display page when opening the content. [Top page] : Displays the top content page.

  • Page 66: Configuring The Display Format Of The Access History

    Changing to favorite settings on the unit Configuring the display format of the access history Configures the number of displayed items in the access history. [3 documents] : Displays three of the most recently accessed files in order from the most recent. The most recently accessed page displays as a thumbnail.

  • Page 67: Configuring Page Indicators

    Changing to favorite settings on the unit Configuring page indicators Configuring whether to display the indicators (page number/total page number, magnification position mark, magnification assisting mark, bookmark, bookmark jump mode display) displayed at the bottom of the screen or at the top of the page. [Display] (Default) : Display indicators.

  • Page 68: Configuring The Confirmation Screen During Usb Connection

    Changing to favorite settings on the unit Configuring the confirmation screen during USB connection Configures whether to display the charging confirmation screen when the PC is connected with the USB cable. [Display] : Displays the [USB charge options] screen when the USB is connected. [Charge]/[No charge] can be selected.

  • Page 69: Setting A Loop Between First And Last Pages

    Changing to favorite settings on the unit Select [Return] or press Return to the [Change settings] screen. Confirm that the settings have changed. Setting a Loop Between First and Last Pages You can set the loop navigation between the last and first pages while displaying contents (including magnification and bookmark navigation mode), folder list, or access history.

  • Page 70: Confirming The Settings

    Changing to favorite settings on the unit Confirming the settings The current settings can be confirmed. Confirmation Method Display the [Change settings] screen. Select [Check settings]. The settings list displays. Check the settings and select [Return] or press Return to the [Change settings] screen.

  • Page 71: Resetting The Settings

    Changing to favorite settings on the unit Resetting the settings Returns the configuration of the Settings menu back to factory defaults and deletes the access history. Initialization Method Display the second page of the [Change settings] screen. Select [Reset settings]. Select [Continue?].

  • Page 72: Configuring The Time And Date

    Configuring the time and date Set the date between 1/1/2009 and 12/31/2099. When the power is turned on for the first time after purchase, the time and date start from 1/1/ 2009 00:00:00 (Default). The time stops and returns to default settings when the battery runs out or when the battery is removed. •...

  • Page 73

    Configuring the time and date Select [OK]. • The configured time starts from 0 seconds. • Select [Return] or press to stop configuration without changing the time. Return to the [Change settings] screen.

  • Page 74: Insert/remove The Memory Card

    Insert/Remove the memory card The unit can also access large amounts of content as different unit-specific files can be saved to multiple memory cards. • "microSD card access error." displays when a memory card has not been inserted or when a file is damaged.

  • Page 75

    Insert/Remove the memory card Press the memory card to unlock and the card will release. Pull the card out and remove. Be careful not to touch the metallic terminals when handling the memory card. This may result in poor contact. Press Remove Turn the metallic terminals to the display panel when inserting and push until the...

  • Page 76: Formatting The Memory Card

    Formatting the memory card When the memory card is formatted, all files including the unit-specific files are deleted from the memory card and empty Main and Security folders are created. • Similar to formatting in Windows, all folders and files within the memory card are deleted.

  • Page 77

    Formatting the memory card Confirm "Do you wish to continue formatting?" and select [Yes]. • Select [No] to cancel. After the "Now formatting microSD card." screen, the top folder is displayed upon completion of formatting. Formatting may take some time.

  • Page 78: Charging

    Charging The battery can be charged using the AC adapter or a USB connection. When "Low battery power." is displayed, the battery level is virtually empty. When the display screen switches, is displayed. Immediately recharge the battery. If the unit is continued to be used without charging, the display will become blank and the power will turn off.

  • Page 79

    Charging Confirm that the status lamp (orange light on the left) has turned off and remove the AC adapter plug from the unit. Even if the AC adapter plug is removed before the charge is complete, the status lamp (orange light on the left) turns off. Press any key to update the battery life display.

  • Page 80: Usb Connection/charging

    Charging USB connection/charging The PC supplies power and charges the battery via a USB connection. • The USB cannot charge when the memory card has not been inserted. • The battery cannot be charged via a USB connection while the battery is being charged by the AC adapter.

  • Page 81: Replacing The Battery

    Replacing the battery The battery is a consumable product. The life of the battery has ended when the battery no longer holds a charge. Replace the old with a new battery. The time returns to the factory settings when the battery is replaced. The time needs to be reset according to "Configuring the time and date"...

  • Page 82

    Replacing the battery Hold and remove the battery by the opposite end of the terminals. Battery Terminals Securely insert a new battery into the unit ensuring the terminals make contact. Be careful of the battery's orientation when inserting. Inserting the battery incorrectly may result in device failure.

  • Page 83: Resetting The Unit

    Resetting the Unit Restart the unit by pressing the Reset key when key operations have frozen or operations have become unstable. • Even when the unit has been restarted by pressing the Reset key, the access history, bookmarks, and the settings in the [Change settings] screen are not deleted.

  • Page 84

    Resetting the Unit Confirm that the status lamps (green) flash from left to right and the Wake-up screen displays. • Restarting the unit takes about 5 seconds. Securely close the battery cover. Ensure that the battery cover has been securely closed. If the cover is not properly closed, water leakage may cause this device to malfunction.

  • Page 85: Confirming The Firmware Version

    Confirming the firmware version Confirms the firmware (internal software of the unit) version. Operating Method Display the second page of the [Change settings] screen. • Refer to "Displaying the [Change settings] screen" on page 60 to display the [Change settings] screen. Select [Version info.].

  • Page 86: Troubleshooting

    Troubleshooting Confirm any messages that display or questionable operations of the unit. When this message appears Is this a device failure? Separately sold accessories Ordering accessories and supplies ..........90 Disposal of this unit Disposing the lithium ion battery ..........91 Deleting data .................

  • Page 87: When This Message Appears

    When this message appears Message Problems and Solutions Invalid password. Problem: • When password authorization fails three consecutive times, the password becomes invalid. The unit cannot open the Security folder. Solution: • Cancel the invalid password state in the SV-Manager. When password authorization in SV-Manager succeeds, the unit can open the Security folder.

  • Page 88

    • Refer to "Configuring the time and date" on page 72. Fatal error. Problem: • An unexpected error has occurred in the unit. Turning the power off. Solution: • Contact the store where this unit was purchased or the Brother Call Center.

  • Page 89: Is This A Device Failure

    Is this a device failure? When there is a device failure, confirm if the conditions match those in the following. Issue Problems and Solutions The screen display does Problem: • This unit uses electronic paper. When the option in "Screen not turn off even when the power is turned off.

  • Page 90: Separately Sold Accessories

    Brother retailers. If you cannot find the accessory you need and you have a Visa, MasterCard, Discover, or American Express credit card, you can order accessories directly from Brother. (In the USA, you can visit us online for a complete selection of the Brother accessories and supplies that are available for purchase.)

  • Page 91: Disposal Of This Unit

    1-800-284-3238 (TTY service for the hearing-impaired) Service Center Locator For the location of a Brother authorized service center, call 1-800-284-4357. Do not dispose of the unit or battery together with general trash. In addition to damage to the environment, there is a fear of explosion or fire.

  • Page 92: Repairs

    Confirm that the purchased store and date are listed. Read the warranty and the warranty provisions carefully and store in a secure location. Contact the store where this unit was purchased or the following "Brother Call Center" if there are any unclear points or questions regarding any after-sales service.

  • Page 93

    Repairs...

  • Page 94: Appendix

    Appendix Glossary Specifications Index...

  • Page 95: Glossary

    Glossary The following are explanations of terms related to the functions of this unit. Access history Content This is the recorded history of the 30 most The content displayed on the screen of the recently accessed files. content source file or user-specific file. The access history displays a history of 10 or 3 items on the [Recently accessed Content Source File...

  • Page 96

    Glossary Indicator Jump to page Information displaying at the top of the screen This is the function that opens a specific page or the bottom of the page. when the page number is entered. These indicators include: "bookmarks" just as post-its that are placed on paper documents, "Bookmarks jump mode display"...

  • Page 97

    Glossary Password Security folder This is a four digit number that is required to This is a password encrypted folder for unit- open the Security folder configured by the specific files. Password authentication is SV-Manager. Enter the number on the required to access the content.

  • Page 98: Specifications

    Specifications Item Contents Display Method Reflective Electronic Paper Display (Electrophoresis System) Screen Size 202.8mm x 139.4mm Display Pixels 1200 x 825 (Approx. 150 dpi) (Resolution) Display Color 4 Shade Gray Scale Display Switch Less than 1 second Speed Interface ® microSDTM Card slot, USB 2.0 High-Speed, Bluetooth 2.0 + EDR Data Storage...

  • Page 99: Index

    Index AC adapter ......... 11, 78 Enlarge ............. 23 AC adapter port ........23 Enter a page number ....... 42 Access history ....18, 37, 40, 53, 66 Expansion slot .......... 23 Auto Power off time ......59, 61 Files ............ 30, 39 Back ............

  • Page 100

    Magnified display image ......45 Resetting the settings ....... 71 Magnify ............. 16 Magnifying a page ........45 Main folder ..........29 Scan-to-SV-100B ........55 Memory card ..........74 Screen display .......... 63 Formatting ..........76 Security folder ........29, 34 Memory card slot ........

  • Page 101

    Index Unit ............. 7 Update firmware ........60 USB charge options ......... 59 USB connection ......... 68, 80 USB port ........... 23 User support ..........92 Version info ........60, 85...

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