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  • Page 1

    Paper Writer Series User’s Guide Be sure to read “Safety Precautions” inside this guide before trying to use your Paper Writer.

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    Google, Inc. The Bluetooth wordmark and logo are registered trademarks of Bluetooth SIG, Inc. and are used by permission granted to Casio Computer as a certifi ed logo user. SD, SDHC, microSD and microSDHC are trademarks of SD-3C, LLC.

  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    Contents Chapter 1 Essential Reading ..........E-5 Safety Precautions ..................E-6 Operating Precautions .................E-13 Important ......................E-16 After Service ...................... E-16 Regulatory Information ................E-16 Chapter 2 Basic Operation ........... E-17 Paper Writer System Confi guration ............E-18 General Guide ....................E-20 Loading and Removing the Battery Pack ...........E-22 Loading ......................

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    Using SIM Cards ...................E-60 Installing......................E-60 Removing ......................E-61 Handling SD Memory Cards ................E-62 Installing......................E-62 Removing ......................E-62 Handling the NFC Reader/Writer ..............E-63 Contactless IC Cards ..................E-63 RFID Tags ......................E-63 HDMI Connection ..................E-65 Resetting the Paper Writer ................E-66 Chapter 3 Built-in Software ..........

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    Calendar ......................E-145 Contacts ......................E-153 Settings .......................E-159 Software List ....................E-159 Wireless and Network Settings ................ E-160 Terminal ......................E-161 User Settings ....................E-162 System ......................E-163 Operation Support Tools ................E-165 Software List ....................E-165 Job Menu ......................E-166 Login Authentication Setting Tool ..............

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    Handling the Hand Belt ................E-193 Attaching ......................E-193 Attaching the Neck Strap................E-194 Using the Screen Cover ................E-195 Attaching the Screen Cover ................E-195 Using the Screen Cover as a Stand (When Taking a Flipping Shot) ....E-196 Using the Ethernet Cradle (HA-M62IO) ............E-197 General Guide ....................

  • Page 7: Chapter 1 Essential Reading

    Chapter 1 Essential Reading...

  • Page 8: Safety Precautions

    Safety Precautions Congratulations upon your selection of this CASIO product. Be sure to read the following Safety Precautions before trying to use it for the fi rst time. Your neglect or avoidance of the warning and caution statements in the subsequent pages causes the danger of fi...

  • Page 9

    Warning Dust and Moisture • Though the Paper Writer is dustproof and splashproof, accessories such as the system case and optional battery pack are not. Keep loose metal objects and containers fi lled with liquid away from your Paper Writer and the system case and optional accessories.

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    Caution Location • Install the cradle properly on a fl at and stable surface so that it cannot fall down onto fl oor. LCD Screen • Never apply strong pressure to the screen or subject it to strong impact. Doing so can crack the LCD Screen. Warning Avoiding Traffi...

  • Page 11

    Immediately rinse it off with clean tap water and then consult a physician. Caution • Replace only with the same type of battery pack recommended by CASIO. Dispose of used battery packs according to the local regulation. • Keep the battery pack out of the reach of small children.

  • Page 12

    Caution • Note that CASIO Computer Co., Ltd. shall not be held liable to you or any third party for any damages or loss caused by deletion or corruption of data due to use of the Paper Writer, malfunction or repair of the Paper Writer or its peripherals, or due to the batteries going dead.

  • Page 13

    Alkaline Battery Handling Precautions (for the Digitizer Pen) Danger • Since there is the risk of blindness and other serious disorders when alkaline battery fl uid enters the eyes, seek medical treatment immediately after adequately fl ushing the eyes with a large amount of tap water or other clean water without rubbing.

  • Page 14

    Caution • Promptly remove worn out batteries from the device. Allowing worn out batteries to remain installed in the device for a long period of time results in the risk of the generation of gas from the batteries causing the batteries to leak fl...

  • Page 15: Operating Precautions

    Operating Precautions Your Paper Writer and its options are precision. Improper operation or rough handling can cause problems with data storage and other problems. Note and observe the following precautions to ensure proper operation. • Do not leave dead battery pack in the Paper Writer for a long period. Dead battery pack can leak, leading to malfunction and damage to the Paper Writer.

  • Page 16

    • Take care not to trap objects such as magnetic cards, magnetic recording media or precision equipment between the V-N500 and the Ethernet Cradle, and do not bring such objects too close to the Paper Writer and cradle. Bringing magnetic cards or other magnetic recording media too close could result in important data being erased due to the effects of magnetism.

  • Page 17

    This Paper Writer comes pre-loaded with Adobe Reader from Adobe Systems Incorporated. CASIO has verifi ed the operation of Adobe Reader on this Paper Writer, but does not guarantee all operations of Adobe Reader for the customer. Refer to http://www.adobe.com/support/reader/ for information on using Adobe Reader and problems with that product.

  • Page 18: Important

    CASIO COMPUTER CO., LTD. 6-2, Hon-machi 1-chome, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo 151-8543, Japan Representative within the European Union: CASIO EUROPE GmbH Casio-Platz 1, 22848 Norderstedt, Germany The modifi cation of the software for controlling RF radiation of WLAN, Bluetooth and NFC/ RF-ID is prohibited. E-16...

  • Page 19: Chapter 2 Basic Operation

    Chapter 2 Basic Operation E-17...

  • Page 20: Paper Writer System Confi Guration

    Paper Writer System Confi guration Bundled Items Please check the items in the box before using the Paper Writer for the fi rst time. V-N500 Series V-N500 Series Paper Writer AC Adaptor Battery Pack AD-S36120A HA-M20BAT Power Cord AC-CORD-EU microSD Card Removal Tool User’s Guide...

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    Options Battery Pack Dual Battery Charger HA-M20BAT HA-M32DCHG AC Adaptor for V-N500/ AC Adaptor for Ethernet Cradle/ Dual Battery Charger Cradle-type Battery Charger AD-S90190C-N5 AD-S36120A-N Power Cord for Europe AC-CORD-EU/AC-CORD2-EU Power Cord for North America AC-CORD-US/AC-CORD2-US Power Cord for Taiwan AC-CORD-TW/AC-CORD2-TW Power Cord for Korea AC-CORD-KR/AC-CORD2-KR...

  • Page 22: General Guide

    General Guide Left Front Right Bottom Back E-20...

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    Power Button (→ E-27) 18 Communication/Power Supply Terminal Volume Button 19 Mount for System Case (→ E-187), Hand Belt (→ E-193) or Strap (→ E-194) mini HDMI Port (→ E-65) 20 Reset Switch (→ E-66) SD Card Slot (→ E-62) 21 Rear Camera Charge LED (→...

  • Page 24: Loading And Removing The Battery Pack

    Loading and Removing the Battery Pack Your Paper Writer uses two types of battery: a battery pack and a memory backup battery. The battery pack is used to power normal operations and to store data, while the memory backup battery provides the power required to maintain memory contents when the battery pack power is unable to supply power for some reason.

  • Page 25: Loading

    Loading 1. Turn the Paper Writer upside down. If the hand belt is fi tted to the Paper Writer, unclip it (see E-193). 2. Slide the left and right lock switches for the battery pack cover to the “FREE” position, and then remove the battery pack cover. 3.

  • Page 26: Removing

    Removing 1. Make sure that the power on the Paper Writer has been switched off. If the power is still on, hold down the power button to switch off (see E-27). 2. Turn the Paper Writer upside down. If the hand belt is fi tted to the Paper Writer, unclip it (see E-193).

  • Page 27: Charging The Battery Pack

    LED is still red or off, there is a fault. Immediately stop using the product and contact the dealer or distributor where you purchased the product, or an authorized CASIO service provider. * If the remaining battery change is 5% or less when the AC adaptor is connected correctly, the charge LED turns off for approximately 0.5 seconds and then lights red.

  • Page 28: Dual Battery Charger

    Dual Battery Charger Push the battery pack in until the mount hooks on the charger engage the mount lugs on the battery. Hook With the engraved side upwards, push the connector fi rmly into the jack until it clicks into place. You can connect up to three Dual Battery Chargers.

  • Page 29: Switching On/off And Sleep

    Switching On/Off and Sleep Switching On 1. Hold down the power button until the notifi cation LED lights green (approx. 1 sec.). • The startup screen appears. • The screen shown differs depending on the device settings. • If the Paper Writer is left unused for a set time while switched on, it automatically switches to sleep mode.

  • Page 30: Initial Settings

    Initial Settings Unlocking the Screen 1. Touch [ ] in the startup screen and drag it to [ ] that appears on the right to unlock the screen. At shipment, the default menu shown below appears. Make a selection based on the operation you actually want to perform. Job Menu Android standard Tick this box to always apply the above setting...

  • Page 31: Customization For Job Menu Use

    Customization for Job Menu Use To access Job Menu, you must fi rst customize the Paper Writer as follows: 1. Build the menu to suit the operation. See “Job Menu” (E-166) for information on building the menu. 2. Specify “None” as the security level for the Settings screen. E-29...

  • Page 32: Syncing The Calendar And Contacts

    Syncing the Calendar and Contacts To sync with your Google account, you must confi gure your settings as shown below. You must also set up an account with Google beforehand. (Google is the only host service.) ■ Setting up Syncing 1 Go to “Accounts &...

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    3 Enter your user name and password for the Google account you want to sync. 4 In the next window, touch “Accept”. 5 Click “OK” in the “Initial Sync” window to start initial synchronization. E-31...

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    ■ Sync Settings 1 In “Accounts & sync” in the Settings screen, select the account you want to confi gure for syncing. 2 Select “Account settings” in “Sync settings”. E-32...

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    3 In the “Settings” screen, set the sync frequency and the days to sync in the Calendar. 4 You can specify a sync frequency of every 6 hours, every day, or every 7 days. In addition to the frequency specifi ed here, whenever the Calendar and Contacts are modifi...

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    5 You can specify 7, 30, 60 or 180 days as the extent to which data is synced back into the past and ahead into the future. ■ Stopping Syncing 1 To stop syncing, clear the “Sync Calendar” and “Sync Contacts” checkboxes respectively in “Sync settings”.

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    ■ Removing an account 1 To remove an account, select “Remove account” in “Sync settings”. This erases all the data stored in the Paper Writer for that account. ■ Sync now 1 In “Sync settings”, select “Sync now” to begin synchronization. E-35...

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    2 Selecting “Sync now” in the Paper Writer or Calendar will also begin calendar data synchronization. Important! ● Specifi cation differences from Google standard synchronization The operation of synchronization using CalDAV and CardDAV differs from Google standard synchronization in the following respects: •...

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    • If a repeating scheduled event in the Calendar has been changed to individual events, the information for the repeating scheduled event is not synced. As a result, if the repeating scheduled event is deleted, the scheduled events that were changed to individual events are not deleted and remain in the Calendar.

  • Page 40: Using The Paper Writer Accessories

    Using the Paper Writer Accessories This section explains the basic operation procedures and functions offered by the Paper Writer accessories. For details of the settings and functions, refer to “Paper Writer Accessories” (E-92) in Chapter 3, “Built-in Software”. Shooting Images The Paper Writer features two shooting modes: the Closing Shot function and Flipping Shot function.

  • Page 41

    Note • Settings menu options such as the paper size can be displayed by tapping the setting icon in the Flipping Shot main screen. Important! • Closing shots can only be taken when the paper holder is used. <Example> <Example> •...

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    2. Tap the status bar in the bottom-right of the screen and tap the Flipping Shot icon in the pop-up menu to set the Paper Writer to photography mode. Important! • The order in which the icons appear may differ. 3.

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    ■ Flipping shot — capturing business cards <Using the system case> 1. Using steps 1 and 2 in “Flipping shots”, set the Paper Writer to photography mode and choose “BC” in the paper size selection. 2. Set the business card in the business-card capture position in the case. Touch (Flipping shot) “ON”.

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    • The information on the business card is imported as an image. • When you touch the Exit icon, the Finder starts up and you can then edit the image and its attached information. Note • You can only capture 1 business card at a time. •...

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    3. Touch the shutter button to take the photo and then touch “DONE”. DONE (displayed after shooting) Shutter button 4. Drag the corners of the image cropping guide (blue frame) to specify the cropping range, and then touch the Import icon. Image cropping guide Import...

  • Page 46: Viewing Photographed Images

    Note • 4 points are detected automatically. • If you are photographing a square object and you don’t shoot the object with all 4 corners inside the screen, 4 points are not detected. If the photographed object completely fi lls the screen, the points will be detected well. •...

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    ■ Switching between screens Tapping an image to select it in the page list screen opens the page display screen (full- page display). Tapping again toggles page details display on and off. Touch the Back icon in the page details display screen to return to the page list screen. Touching the Edit icon in the page details display screen opens the page edit screen.

  • Page 48

    ■ Filtering by date If you specify a starting date and ending date in the DATE pane in the page list screen, a list of images shot during that period is displayed. Touch “Clear” to cancel fi ltering by date. Clear ■...

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    ■ Deleting photographed images Use this procedure to delete images you no longer need from the page list screen. 1. Touch the Edit icon and then touch the Delete page icon. Edit Delete page 2. Tap the image to be deleted to place a checkmark in the image and then touch “OK”. 3.

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    Useful Functions ■ Handwritten mark recognition By writing a predetermined mark on handwritten documents, you can import the documents using recognition of the mark and its associated area. You can also search and manage images by the type of mark. The 5 types of mark are as follows: / /#/$/ Write the mark at least 1 character...

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    ■ Running commands If you write predetermined command marks in a handwritten document, the commands will be automatically executed when the document is imported. The 3 types of mark are as follows: @/T/∞ There are 2 commands: • Send mail: Launches the mailer with the image saved as an attachment during importing.

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    ■ Notes on marks and area descriptions ● Marks and areas • Write marks a distance of 1-2 characters from the area to be marked. If the mark is too close to or too far from the area, it will not be recognized correctly. A mark that is too close to the area will not be recognized as a mark.

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    ● Writing tips for the marks • Ensure that each part is the same length (see Fig. 2). • Ensure that each line passes through the center (see Fig. 3). Fig. 1 : Sample Fig. 2 Fig. 3 : Off-center •...

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    • Write the “S” part of the symbol so that the line is drawn as smooth curves. Dollar symbols drawn with straight lines are frequently misrecognized as “#” (see Fig. 8). • Draw the vertical line so that is down the middle of the “S” and is straight up and down.

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    ■ Adding tags Adding tags (keywords) to images provides an easy way to search and manage them. 1. In the page list screen, touch the Edit icon and then touch the Add Tag icon. Edit Delete Tag Add Tag 2. Tap the image to which the tag will be added to place a checkmark in the image and then touch “OK”.

  • Page 56

    4. Touch ▼ to select a tag from the list and then touch “OK” to add the tag. Note • In both fl ipping shots and closing shots, tags are automatically added when the shot is taken. • To delete a tag, touch “Delete Tag” in step 1 above and then touch the screen followed by the tag to select the tag.

  • Page 57

    ■ Linking to the Calendar or address book You can link imported images to the Calendar or the address book. In the menu display screen, use the Edit icon in the related schedule area to retrieve schedule information from the Calendar. If there are participants stored in the schedule, the address information for those participants is retrieved.

  • Page 58: Using Microsd Cards

    Using microSD Cards This Paper Writer supports microSD cards. The card slot is located in the battery pack compartment (see E-20, 21). Remove the battery pack before inserting or removing a card. Refer to pages 22 to 24 for information on “Loading and Removing the Battery Pack”. Install (or remove) a card according to the procedure described below.

  • Page 59

    3. Press on the card slightly ( The card is pushed out ( • If you have diffi culty removing the card, use the microSD card removal tool provided. As shown in the illustration, hook the end of the tool under the projection on the card to pull the card out.

  • Page 60: Using Sam Cards

    Using SAM Cards This Paper Writer supports SAM cards. The card slot is located in the battery pack compartment (see E-20, 21). Remove the battery pack before inserting or removing a card. Refer to pages 22 to 24 for information on “Loading and Removing the Battery Pack”. Install (or remove) a card according to the procedure described below.

  • Page 61: Removing

    Removing 1. Make sure that the power on the Paper Writer has been switched off. If the power is still on, hold down the power button to switch off (see E-27). 2. Remove the battery pack. 3.Gently push the card in above the supporting cover ( The card is pushed out ( 4.

  • Page 62: Using Sim Cards

    Using SIM Cards This Paper Writer supports SIM cards. SIM cards may not be supported by some models. See E-21 for information on compatible models. The card slot is located in the battery pack compartment (see E-20, 21). Remove the battery pack before inserting or removing a card.

  • Page 63: Removing

    Removing 1. Make sure that the power on the Paper Writer has been switched off. If the power is still on, hold down the power button to switch off (see E-27). 2. Remove the battery pack. 3.Gently push the card in above the supporting cover ( The card is pushed out ( 4.

  • Page 64: Handling Sd Memory Cards

    Handling SD Memory Cards SD memory card can be installed in the SD memory card slot on the Paper Writer. Install (or remove) an SD memory card according to the procedure described below. Installing 1. Open the cover of the SD memory card slot on the left side of the Paper Writer ( and insert an SD memory card all the way in until the top of the SD memory card aligns with the entrance of the slot of the Paper Writer ( 2.

  • Page 65: Handling The Nfc Reader/writer

    Handling the NFC Reader/Writer NFC is a type of RFID (Radio Frequency Identifi cation) technology that allows the data in a device to be read simply by holding the device up to an NFC reader. It can be used to read RFID tags used for controlling goods as well as contactless IC cards used in applications such as employee identifi...

  • Page 66: Contactless Ic Cards

    Important! Both contactless IC cards and RFID tags • The NFC employs a low power radio wave which does not require regulatory station license. • Frequency band used by the NFC is 13.56 MHz. Secure a suffi cient space between V-N500 and other reader/writer located in the vicinity. Make sure also that a radio station employs the same frequency band does not locate near by prior to using V-N500.

  • Page 67: Hdmi Connection

    HDMI Connection HDMI-compatible external devices can be connected to the Paper Writer using a third- party HDMI cable. 1. Make sure that the power on the Paper Writer has been switched off. If the power is still on, hold down the power button to switch off (see E-27). 2.

  • Page 68: Resetting The Paper Writer

    Resetting the Paper Writer Resetting the Paper Writer is the same as resetting a PC. Performing a reset causes all unsaved RAM data to be lost that are in mid-course of inputting and editing, but data and settings that are already stored in the FlashROM should be unaffected. Perform a reset to restore normal operation whenever the Paper Writer operates abnormally due to misoperation or some other reason.

  • Page 69: Chapter 3 Built-in Software

    Chapter 3 Built-in Software E-67...

  • Page 70: Standard Accessories

    Standard Accessories Software List Icon Software Camera Browser Email Gallery Music Clock Messaging People Calendar Search Calculator E-68...

  • Page 71: Camera

    Camera Shoots still images and movies. ➀ ➁ ➂ ➃ ➄ ➅ ➆ ➀ Switch between rear camera and front camera ➁ Shutter ➂ Settings ➃ Zoom in/out ➄ Shoot panorama images ➅ Shoot video ➆ Shoot still images ■ Settings You can use Settings to select the following modes for shooting images: Flash mode, white balance, exposure, photography mode, camera settings...

  • Page 72: Browser

    Browser You can use the Browser to view web pages, just as you do on a computer. There is also the Job Browser app loaded onto the Paper Writer. ➀ ➁ ➂ ➃ ➄ ➅ ➆ ➇ ➈ ➀ Close tab ➁...

  • Page 73: Mail

    Mail Sends and receives email. ➁ ➂ ➃ ➄ ➀ ➀ Mail sorting folders ➁ Compose new email ➂ Search ➃ Send/Receive ➄ Settings ■ Search Searches through your received email for any that match the specifi ed keyword. ■ Send/Receive Sends and receives email.

  • Page 74: Gallery

    Gallery Allows you to view and organize your still images and movies. In the initial screen, images are tiled according to the sort categories. ➀ ➁ ➂ Camera Camera Camera ➃ ➀ Sort category ➁ Launch Camera app ➂ Show menu ➃...

  • Page 75

    When you select a still image, the selected image appears in full-screen display. ➀ ➁ ➂ ➃ ➄ ➀ Return to list ➁ Share ➂ Delete ➃ Show menu ➄ Show list of images in group ■ Share You can use the following functions to share images: Bluetooth, Email ■...

  • Page 76: Music

    Music Plays audio fi les. ➀ ➁ ➂ ➃ ➄ ➀ Artists ➁ Albums ➂ Songs ➃ Playlists ➄ Now playing ■ Artists Displays a list of the saved tracks for each artist. If no artist information is registered, “Unknown artist” is displayed. ■...

  • Page 77: Clock

    Clock Allows you to confi gure the date/time display and set the alarm. ➀ ➀ Set alarm E-75...

  • Page 78: Message

    Message This is the Short Message Service (SMS) app. This service is available on WAN models. ➀ ➁ ➂ ➀ Compose new message ➁ Search ➂ Settings ■ Search Searches through your messages for those that match the specifi ed keyword. ■...

  • Page 79: User

    User Use this to manage street and email addresses. ➁ ➂ ➃ ➄ ➀ ➀ Select display category ➁ Search ➂ Add new ➃ Edit current info. ➄ Show menu ■ Select display category Use this to select one of the following as the items to be displayed: Groups, All, Favorites ■...

  • Page 80: Calendar

    Calendar You can use the Calendar to manage your schedule and to store or check events. The layout below shows the screen for the single-day display. ➁ ➂ ➃ ➀ ➀ Select display mode ➁ Show today ➂ Make a plan ➃...

  • Page 81

    The layout below shows the screen for the one-week display. The layout below shows the screen for the one-month display. E-79...

  • Page 82: Search

    Search Searches on the web or in the Paper Writer. Items checked in the search settings will be searched. E-80...

  • Page 83: Calculator

    Calculator Allows you to carry out arithmetic or scientifi c calculations. ➀ ➀ Backspace E-81...

  • Page 84: Additional Accessories

    Additional Accessories Software List Icon Software Adobe Reader MemoText MemoPaint Job Browser Voice Recorder E-82...

  • Page 85: Adobe Reader

    Adobe Reader Allows you to view PDF documents. When you select a PDF document in File Manager, this software is used to display the document. ➁ ➂ ➃ ➄ ➀ ➅ ➀ Home screen ➁ Display mode ➂ Edit ➃ Share ➄...

  • Page 86

    ■ Edit In documents that permit editing, you can carry out the following editing tasks: Comments, Highlights, Strikethrough, Underscore, Add text, Freehand drawing, Signature ■ Share You can use the following functions to share documents: Bluetooth, Email, Send for signing ■...

  • Page 87: Memo Text

    Memo Text Provides display and editing functions for text memos. When you select a text document in File Manager, this software is used to display the document. You can also launch this app and then use “Open File” to select and display any text fi le. ➀...

  • Page 88: Memo Paint

    Memo Paint Provides display and editing functions for handwritten (image format) memos. You can also launch this app and then use “Open File” to select and display any image (PNG or JPG). ➀ ➁ ➂ ➃ ➄ ➅ ➆ ➇ ➈...

  • Page 89

    ■ Line thickness Specifi es one of the following as the line thickness: 1, 2, 4, 6, 8, 10, 20 or 30 pixels ■ Line color for fi ngerpainting Specifi es one of the following as the line color for fi ngerpainting: Black, blue, cyan, gray, green, red, magenta, yellow, white ■...

  • Page 90: Job Browser

    Apart from the restrictions, the Job Browser is identical to the standard Android browser. Sample setting: Where the browsed site is restricted to “www.casio.com” If a URL other than www.casio.com is entered (“www.google.com” in this screenshot), a pop-up (Toast) warning message appears and access to the site is blocked.

  • Page 91: Voice Recorder

    Voice Recorder Provides recording and playback functions for voice memos. Screen at startup ➀ ➁ ➀ Show playback list ➁ Record Screen during recording ➂ ➂ Stop E-89...

  • Page 92

    Screen during playback ➃ ➃ Pause Screen when playback ends ➄ ➄ Play E-90...

  • Page 93

    ■ Show playback list Shows a list of the data recorded so far. Files are saved in the “Recorder_YYMMDD_HHMMSS.amr” format. During recording, the Show Playback List button ➀ changes to the Stop button ➂. ■ Record Recording starts when you press the Record button ➁. To stop recording, press the Stop button ➂.

  • Page 94: Paper Writer Accessories

    Paper Writer Accessories Software List Icon Software Closing Shot Flipping Shot Finder Calendar Contacts E-92...

  • Page 95: Closing Shot

    Closing Shot A closing shot photographs information written on paper set in the paper holder. After a shot is taken, the Finder automatically starts up and the image can be viewed, edited, printed and confi gured. Preview Note • Settings menu options such as the paper size can be displayed by tapping the setting icon in the Flipping Shot main screen.

  • Page 96: Flipping Shot

    Flipping Shot Use fl ipping shots to photograph business cards or information written in a notebook or similar document. You can use this mode to import images shot with the rear camera and images in the Gallery. When you exit the Flipping Shot function, the Finder automatically starts up and the image can be viewed, edited, printed and confi...

  • Page 97

    [Flipping Shot — Main screen] 2 3 4 Paper alignment guide Camera/Gallery Exit Setting (Flipping Shot) ON/OFF Manual shooting Mark recognition on/off Facing pages on/off Paper direction Paper size Related schedule, tags Photographed image thumbnail display E-95...

  • Page 98

    ■ Camera/Gallery Jumps to the Camera/Gallery screen. ■ Exit Exits the Flipping Shot function. If any images have been shot, the Finder automatically starts up. ■ Setting Jumps to the setting screen. ■ (Flipping Shot) ON/OFF Enables/Disables the Flipping Shot function. ■...

  • Page 99

    ■ Photographed image thumbnail display Displays thumbnails for the photographed images. If you hold your fi nger against an image, a pop-up menu appears from which you can delete, re-shoot or enlarge the image. E-97...

  • Page 100

    [Flipping Shot — Camera/Gallery screen] Image cropping guide Cancel Camera Gallery Import Clear Rotate 90° clockwise Rotate 90° counterclockwise ■ Image cropping guide Automatically recognizes an image and displays the area to be cropped as a trapezoid. You can change the area to be cropped by dragging the corners of the trapezoid around. E-98...

  • Page 101

    ■ Camera Switches to a shooting mode that uses the rear camera. Done Zoom Rear camera/ Front camera Shutter button Show Settings menu Cancel ■ Gallery Loads an image in the Gallery and displays the image cropping guide. ■ Clear Aligns the position of the image cropping guide to the outline of the image.

  • Page 102

    [Flipping Shot — Setting screen (Flipping Shot)] [Flipping Shot — Setting screen (Closing Shot)] E-100...

  • Page 103

    [Flipping Shot — Initialization screen] Back Store Right-handed/Left-handed Enable mark detecting Enable command detecting Enable auto tagging Paper size Shutter sound Vibrator Contrast correction Noise reduction Brightness correction Closing Shot color correction Mode selection Auto focus measurement E-101...

  • Page 104: Enable Mark Detecting

    ■ Store Stores the changed settings. The settings cannot be stored using the Back icon ( ■ Right-handed/Left-handed If the Paper Writer is on the left and the paper is on the right, select “Right-handed”. If the Paper Writer is on the right and the paper is on the left, select “Left-handed”. ■...

  • Page 105: Brightness Correction

    ■ Brightness correction If you check this option, the extent to which shadows are blacked out in photographed images is reduced. ■ Closing Shot color correction If you check this option, colors are corrected in photographed images. ■ Mode selection If you are using the Paper Writer with the system case, select “System Case”.

  • Page 106: Finder

    Finder Use the Finder to view, edit, print and confi gure the settings for photographed images. Each image is handled as a “page”. You can also join multiple pages into a single “clip”. [Key Screens] Page list screen Bookmark screen File import screen Page display screen (full-page display) Page details display screen...

  • Page 107

    [Finder — Page list screen] DATE pane Show Bookmark/ Register Bookmark/ Show Clip/ Import File/ Settings TAG pane Page information pane Name Description Show Bookmark Jumps to the bookmark screen. Register Bookmark Registers the bookmark. Show Clip Toggles clip display on and off. Import File Jumps to the fi...

  • Page 108

    [Finder — Page list screen — DATE pane] Start Clear ■ Start Specifi es a starting date as the condition for fi ltering pages. ■ Specifi es an ending date as the condition for fi ltering pages. ■ Clear Clears the starting and ending date settings and fi lters for all dates. E-106...

  • Page 109

    [Finder — Page list screen — TAG pane] Sort key Sort order Edit Select All, Unselect All Tag fi ltering conditions Tag selection area Selected Unselected No. of pages with the same tag set ■ Sort key The list of tags displayed in the tag selection area can be sorted in the following ways: Alphabetical Order, Chronological Order, Numerical Order, Access Date, Color Order, Optional Order ●...

  • Page 110

    ■ Edit This displays the edit function screen below, from which you can do the following editing operations: Add, delete or edit tags and access the dictionary Edit Delete Dictionary ● This sets a new tag in the tag edit screen. After setting the new tag, touch “OK”...

  • Page 111

    ● Delete This switches to the edit function screen below and displays a checkbox in front of each tag. However, no checkbox is displayed for “Unfi led” or “No Tags”. Back If you tick the tags to be deleted and then touch “OK”, the delete tag screen appears. Touch “OK”...

  • Page 112

    ● Dictionary This sets the rules for the auto tagging function. Tapping a tag name opens the tag rule screen. Edit the rules and then touch “OK” to save the settings. E-110...

  • Page 113

    Tapping “Add” opens the tag rule screen. Select a tag, set the rules and then touch “OK” to add the specifi ed tag rule. If you touch “Delete”, a checkbox appears in front of each tag name. If you tick the tags to be deleted and then touch “OK”, that item is deleted. Note •...

  • Page 114

    [Finder — Page list screen — Page information pane (tag fi ltered display)] 7 8 9 : Show/Hide left pane PAGE MARK Text search Sort key Sort order List display Tiled display Output Edit Page list ■ PAGE (tag fi lter mode) Displays the pages to be viewed fi...

  • Page 115

    ■ Sort key The pages displayed in the page list can be sorted in the following ways: Chronological Order (Create), Chronological Order (Update), Alphabetical Order (Title) ■ List display Displays the page list in list format. ■ Tiled display Displays the page list as tiles. E-113...

  • Page 116

    ■ Output Selects a page and outputs it as an image. Touching the output icon displays the edit function screen and displays a checkbox in each page. Back If you tick the images to be output and then touch “OK”, the output settings screen appears. Specify the fi...

  • Page 117

    Important! • To output to mail, EVERNOTE or Dropbox, a network connection is required. • To use EVERNOTE or Dropbox, you must also register an account. • Each time fi les are output to EVERNOTE or Dropbox, the browser starts up and you must log in and complete the access permission process.

  • Page 118

    If you tick the pages to be deleted and then touch “OK”, the delete page screen appears. Touch “OK” to delete the page. ● Edit title The edit title icon switches to the edit function screen below and displays a checkbox in each page.

  • Page 119

    ● Rotate The rotate icon switches to the edit function screen below and displays a checkbox in each page. Back Clockwise Counterclockwise Select the page to be rotated, touch the clockwise or counterclockwise icon and then touch “OK”. The rotate page screen appears. Touch “OK”...

  • Page 120

    If you tick the pages to which tags are to be added and then touch “OK”, the edit tag screen appears. Select or add a tag name and then touch “OK” to add the tag. ● Delete tag The delete tag icon opens the edit function screen and displays a checkbox in each page. Back When you place a tick in the pages where tags are to be deleted, a checkbox appears in front of each tag.

  • Page 121

    ● Add to clip The add to clip icon opens the edit function screen and displays a checkbox in each page. However, pages that are already part of the clip are not displayed. Back If you tick the pages to be added to the clip and then touch “OK”, the edit clip screen appears. List display Thumbnail display If the page to be added to the clip is not currently displayed, touch “Add”.

  • Page 122

    ● Edit clip The edit clip icon opens the edit function screen and displays a list of created clips with checkboxes. Back When you tick the clip to be edited, the edit clip screen appears. The remaining steps are the same as for adding to clips.

  • Page 123

    [Finder — Page list screen — Page information pane (mark fi ltered display)] Show/Hide left pane PAGE MARK Text search Sort key Sort order Edit Select mark Page list ■ PAGE (tag fi lter mode) Displays the pages to be viewed fi ltered by tag. ■...

  • Page 124

    ■ Sort key The pages displayed in the page list can be sorted in the following ways: Chronological Order (Create), Chronological Order (Update), Alphabetical Order (Title) ■ Edit This displays the edit function screen, from which you can cancel mark settings. Cancel Touching the cancel icon switches to the edit function screen below and displays a checkbox in each page.

  • Page 125

    [Finder — File import screen] Offi ce fi les and PDF fi les can be imported. In the fi le selection area, select a directory and fi le and then touch “OK”. Path display File selection area Important! • Files imported here cannot be displayed as page images, cannot be appended and marks cannot be edited.

  • Page 126

    [Finder — Page details display screen] 5 6 7 8 9 Title area TAG pane Related page area Related schedule area Back Display Rotate Output Edit Show Related Pages/Show Clip/Settings To previous page To previous page (clip) To next page To next page (clip) Page selection area Business card area (displayed for business card images)

  • Page 127: Title Area

    ■ Title area Shows the page creation date and title. Touch to edit the title or comment. The procedure is the same as for title editing in the page information pane (tag fi ltered display). ■ TAG pane Shows a list of the tags set in the pages. Touch to add or delete the tag.

  • Page 128

    ● Touching this icon opens the page link selection screen (which has the same layout as the page list screen). Select the page to be linked and tap again to open the page link addition screen (same layout as the page display screen). Touch “Setting” to add the page as a page link. Setting Note •...

  • Page 129: Related Schedule Area

    If you tick the pages to be unlinked and then touch “OK”, the delete page link screen appears. Touch “OK” to delete the page link. ■ Related schedule area Based on calendar information that relates to the page, the following items are displayed: Name, Start, End, Location, Attendees and Content Tapping the name switches to the Calendar screen showing the specifi...

  • Page 130

    ● Change schedule Touching this icon jumps to the Calendar advanced edit screen. When you change some details and touch the Store icon, the updated information is displayed in the related schedule area. ● Delete Displays the delete schedule screen. Touch “OK”...

  • Page 131

    ■ Display This displays the display function screen below, from which you can change the display scale. Match to screen width Display full page Reduce Enlarge ■ Rotate This displays the rotation function screen, from which you can rotate a page. Counterclockwise Clockwise Touch the counterclockwise or clockwise icon to rotate the page.

  • Page 132: Show Related Pages/show Clip/settings

    ■ Edit Touching this icon jumps to the page edit screen. ■ Show Related Pages/Show Clip/Settings ● Show Related Pages Jumps to the show related pages screen. ● Show Clip Toggles clip display on and off. ● Settings Jumps to the settings screen. ■...

  • Page 133

    [Finder — Page edit screen] Page image Back Display Undo Redo Store Function area for editing target selection Function area by editing target Settings ■ Page image The operations listed below are available for this image: When the Append icon is selected Append manually or using the Digitizer Pen, and pinch-out (enlarge) or pinch-in (reduce) in Digitizer Pen mode When the Edit mark icon is selected...

  • Page 134

    ● Edit mark Tapping a mark displays black squares (■) around the mark area. At this point, the position of the mark area can be changed by touching inside the mark area and dragging it to a new position. The mark area can be resized by dragging the black squares (■). ■...

  • Page 135

    ● Thickness Selects the thickness of the appended line. “AUTO” is only enabled in Digitizer Pen mode. ● Color Selects the color of the appended line. ● Digitizer Pen Toggles Digitizer Pen mode on and off. Set this to on to use the Digitizer Pen. When Edit mark icon is selected Add mark Delete mark...

  • Page 136

    [Finder — Bookmark screen] Bookmarks area Sort key Sort order Back Edit Settings ■ Bookmarks area ■ Sort key The list of bookmarks displayed in the bookmark selection area can be sorted in the following ways: Alphabetical Order (Title), Chronological Order (Create), Chronological Order (Update), Optional Order ●...

  • Page 137

    ■ Edit This displays the edit function screen below, from which you can do the following editing operations: Delete and edit Delete Edit ● Delete The delete icon switches to the edit function screen below and displays a checkbox for each bookmark.

  • Page 138

    ● Edit The edit icon switches to the edit function screen below and displays a checkbox in front of each bookmark. Back When you tick the bookmark to be edited, the edit bookmark screen appears. Ticking the Specify a cover page checkbox enables you to select a page to be used as the cover page.

  • Page 139

    [Finder — Page-related display screen] This screen allows you to consecutively view all the images stored on the same date. You can also fi lter the displayed pages by tag or attendee. Tag list display Date list display To next day Settings/Page details display Attendees list display Target images for related display...

  • Page 140: Tag List Display

    ■ Tag list display Displays a list of the tags set in the target image for the related display. If you tap a tag to select it, the date list display is applied only to images for which that tag is set. If you select multiple tags, the AND condition applies.

  • Page 141: To Next Page (clip)

    ■ To next page This displays the next oldest image on the same date. If the target image for the related display is clipped, this displays the next oldest image in the clip. ■ To next page (clip) Displays an icon if the target image for the related display is clipped. Tapping the icon displays the next oldest image outside the clip.

  • Page 142

    [Finder — Security settings screen] Password Settings ■ Password Settings Sets the password used at startup. When this password is set, a password entry screen is displayed when the Finder starts up. E-140...

  • Page 143

    [Finder — Operation settings screen] Mark Settings Command Settings Date Settings Recommend AutoTag ■ Mark Settings Sets a character string for each of the 5 marks. E-141...

  • Page 144

    ■ Command Settings Sets commands for 3 of the marks. You can set either of the following commands: Send mail or Trimming and Mail Note • This screen is not displayed when the screen cover is used. ■ Date Settings Specifi...

  • Page 145

    [Finder — Output settings screen] Output Path Mail Settings ■ Output Path Sets the output path referenced during output. E-143...

  • Page 146

    ■ Mail Settings Sets the mail information referenced if mail is selected as the output destination. E-144...

  • Page 147: Calendar

    Calendar In addition to the calendar function provided as a standard accessory, you can link the calendar data to images and the address book. [Key Screens] Main screen Detail schedule screen Advanced edit screen Detail schedule screen (launched from Finder) Settings screen E-145...

  • Page 148

    [Calendar — Main screen] The layout below shows the screen for the one-month display. Select display mode Show today Advanced edit (new schedule) Sync Now/Search/Show (or Hide) mini calendar/Settings Related page notifi cation ■ Advanced edit (new schedule) Touching this icon jumps to the advanced edit screen for a new scheduled event. ■...

  • Page 149

    ■ Settings Jumps to the settings screen. ■ Related page notifi cation Displayed when there is a page that relates to the scheduled event. The related page can be displayed from the detail schedule screen. The layout below shows the screen for the one-week display. The layout below shows the screen for the single-day display.

  • Page 150

    [Calendar — Detail schedule screen] This screen is displayed when you tap a scheduled event in the main single-day display screen. Back Advanced edit (displayed schedule) Delete Finder Capture Note • The steps used for the detail schedule screen can also be used from the text search results screen.

  • Page 151

    ■ Capture Launches the Flipping Shot function and shoots an image based on the schedule information. E-149...

  • Page 152

    [Calendar — Advanced edit screen] Back Store Browse address Delete item ■ Browse address Jumps to the detail address screen in Contacts. Select an address from the list to retrieve the address. E-150...

  • Page 153

    [Calendar — Settings screen (general settings)] ADD ACCOUNT CALENDAR VIEW SETTING REMINDER SETTINGS LOCAL CALENDAR SETTINGS ■ LOCAL CALENDAR SETTINGS Use these to add or delete a local calendar. E-151...

  • Page 154

    [Calendar – Settings screen (account)] ADD ACCOUNT Account Settings ■ Display Displays the synchronized schedule information on the main screen. E-152...

  • Page 155: Contacts

    Contacts In addition to the address book (User) provided as a standard accessory, you can link the address book data to images and the Calendar. [Key Screens] Select address screen Edit address screen Card reading screen Detail address screen (Launched from Flipping Shot) (Launched from Calendar) Detail address screen (Launched from Finder)

  • Page 156

    [Contacts — Select address screen] Sort type Finder Calendar List display Single address display Text search Group search Edit address (new address) Account/Import-Export/Delete the contact address Edit address (displayed address) ■ Sort type Chooses whether to sort items by name or by group name. ■...

  • Page 157

    ■ Group search Displays a list of the group names set for addresses. Tapping a group name displays a list of addresses that belong to the group. ■ Edit address (new address) Touching this icon jumps to the edit screen for a new address. ■...

  • Page 158

    [Contacts — Edit address screen] Back Store Enable/Disable input item omission Delete Add Field ■ Enable/Disable input item omission Selects whether input fi elds are omitted. ■ Delete Deletes an item. If there is only 1 item in a fi eld, the fi eld itself is deleted. ■...

  • Page 159

    [Contacts — Card reading screen] Back Store Card display area Address input area ■ Back Returns to the Flipping Shot function without storing any data. ■ Address input area Enter the business card information in this area. E-157...

  • Page 160

    [Contacts — Detail address screen (Launched from Calendar)] Sort type List display Single address display Text search Group search Edit address (new address) Account/Import-Export/Delete the contact address Store Note • Except for the Store icon, the screen functions are the same as the main screen. ■...

  • Page 161: Settings

    [Contacts – Detail address screen (Launched from Finder)] Single address display Finder Jumps to the select address screen. Settings Software List Icon Software Settings If administrator authentication is enabled, the screen below appears requesting the administrator password used at startup. See “Security Settings”...

  • Page 162: Wireless And Network Settings

    Enter the administrator password and then click “OK”. If you are already logged in as a user with system setting privileges, the authentication screen is not displayed even if administrator authentication is enabled. Wireless and Network Settings You can confi gure and manage your connections to devices and networks using Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, mobile networks and USB connections.

  • Page 163: Terminal

    Terminal You can specify the sound and display settings and check the status of your storage, battery and apps. Item Description Sound Volume Sets the volume for the speakers and for notifi cations and alarms, etc. Default alert tone Sets the default alert tone. Vibration and ring tone Enables/disables vibration and ring tones.

  • Page 164: User Settings

    User Settings The user settings relate to how the Paper Writer is used and what it is used for, and include various security settings. Item Description Sync to account Confi gures synchronizing accounts between apps. Location Google location Specifi es whether apps are permitted to identify information information service your current location using Wi-Fi or mobile...

  • Page 165: System

    System This specifi es the date and time and the settings for developers. Item Description Date & time Date and time auto set Specifi es whether the date and time are set automatically. Time zone auto set Specifi es whether the time zone is set automatically.

  • Page 166

    Item Description Developer Use GPU rendering Specifi es whether 2D hardware acceleration is options used. Window animation scale Adjusts the window animation speed. Transition animation scale Adjusts the animation speed when components are switched. Do not save activity Specifi es whether apps are terminated immediately Limit on background Sets an upper limit on the number of...

  • Page 167: Operation Support Tools

    Operation Support Tools Software List Icon Software Job Menu Login settings Job User Editor Security Settings AntiBurglar E-165...

  • Page 168: Job Menu

    Job Menu As well as user identifi cation using NFC or passwords, ActiveMenu also provides a menu system capable of representing a menu tree with up to 5 levels. This menu system runs as the home application, and you can display this menu whenever you press the Home key.

  • Page 169

    At shipment from the factory, the authentication method is set to “none”. To use authentication, select the authentication method in the Login Authentication Setting Tool. The user shown below is registered at shipment. User name: CASIO Password: casio Menu screen...

  • Page 170: Login Authentication Setting Tool

    Login Authentication Setting Tool Confi gures the operation of the user authentication screen. ➀ ➁ ➂ ➃ Item Description ➀ RFID > PASSWORD: The RFID authentication screen Authentication method appears fi rst. PASSWORD > RFID: The password authentication screen appears fi rst. PASSWORD ONLY: Only the password authentication screen appears.

  • Page 171: Account Edit Tool

    Account Edit Tool Edits users. This tool allows you to manage up to 10,000 user accounts, and allows only those users who have been granted system setting privileges to add new accounts and to grant, edit and delete system setting privileges. Account information Exit tool Add new account...

  • Page 172: Security Settings

    Security Settings Set the password for the administrator. The password for the administrator is used for authentication for using a secure function. It is also possible to set whether the user data should be deleted when authentication fails. If administrator authentication is enabled, the screen below appears requesting the administrator password used at startup.

  • Page 173: Theft Protection

    Theft Protection This allows you to have the Paper Writer emit a loud warning tone when it is removed from the charger (Ethernet Cradle or Cradle-type Battery Charger) and that removal constitutes theft. ■ Enable Theft Protection (Lock) To use the Theft Protection function, enter the PIN code twice. Enter the 4-digit PIN code (fi...

  • Page 174

    ■ Disable Theft Protection (Unlock) To disable the Theft Protection function, launch this app when the Theft Protection function is enabled and enter the 4-digit PIN code. ■ When theft is detected (when the Paper Writer is removed from the charger) The screen shown above automatically appears.

  • Page 175: System Operation Tools

    System Operation Tools Software List Icon Software File Manager WLAN Tool Backup/Restore Copy Devices E-173...

  • Page 176: File Manager

    File Manager Provides fi le management functions. You can select the storage in the pane on the left side of the screen and a list for that directory is then shown on the right of the screen. When you select a folder from the directory list, the content of the selected folder is then listed. When you select a fi...

  • Page 177

    When you press and hold on an item in the directory listing, the menu of editing actions appears. E-175...

  • Page 178: Wlan Tool

    WLAN Tool In the user operating environment, this tool allows you to check the wireless LAN signal status. ➀ ➁ ➂ ➃ ➀ Settings menu ➁ Output the signal strength history log fi le ➂ Release/Renew own IP address ➃ Ping specifi...

  • Page 179: Backup Tool

    Backup Tool Use this to backup and restore Paper Writer data. Backup screen ➀ ➃ ➁ ➂ ➄ ➀ Backup menu ➁ Restore menu ➂ Option settings menu ➃ Checkboxes for selecting items to be backed up ➄ Start backup. ■...

  • Page 180

    Restore screen ➀ ➁ ➀ Checkboxes for selecting items to be restored ➁ Start restore ■ Checkboxes for selecting items to be restored Select the items for which data will be restored. ■ Start restore Restores the data saved in the location specifi ed in “Option settings”. E-178...

  • Page 181

    Option settings screen ➀ ➀ Data save location buttons ■ Data save location buttons Use these to select the location where backup/restore data is saved. E-179...

  • Page 182: Copy Devices

    Copy Devices You can make a copy of a master terminal effi ciently by transferring the master terminal backup data to a slave terminal and then restoring that data. ➀ ➀ Settings menu ■ Settings menu Use the Settings menu to confi gure the following: Network port number E-180...

  • Page 183: Demo Tools

    Demo Tools Software List Icon Software NFC Demo Barcode Scanner E-181...

  • Page 184: Nfc Demo

    NFC Demo Allows you to check the type and ID of a scanned NFC card. ➀ ➁ ➂ ➀ Card type ➁ Enumeration data obtained from Android SDK ➂ Clears the card type and ID display ■ Card type Based on the description in ➁, one of the following is displayed: Displayed information NFC-A (ISO 14443-3A) [MIFARE Classic] NFC-A (ISO 14443-3A) [MIFARE Ultralight]...

  • Page 185: Barcode Scanner

    Barcode Scanner Scans barcodes. Barcode scanning screen ➀ ➀ Barcode preview area ■ Barcode preview area Position the Paper Writer so that the barcode to be scanned appears in this area. When the Paper Writer scans the barcode, it emits a short beep and transitions to the barcode data display screen on the next page.

  • Page 186

    Barcode data display screen ➀ ➀ Barcode data display ■ Barcode data display Displays an image of the scanned barcode and the information for that barcode. E-184...

  • Page 187: Chapter 4 Options (sold Separately

    Chapter 4 Options (Sold Separately) E-185...

  • Page 188: Attaching And Removing The System Case

    Attaching and Removing the System Case Fitting the Paper Writer into the system case allows you to import text written on paper as an image. If the pen holder (see E-190), hand belt (see E-193), neck strap (see E-194) or screen cover (see E-195) is attached, remove it beforehand.

  • Page 189: Fitting The Paper Writer Into The System Case

    Fitting the Paper Writer into the System Case 1. Pull open the fastener (magnetic) and lay the system case out fl at. 2. Align the front camera section of the Paper Writer so that it is centered between the Paper Writer retainers (top). 3.

  • Page 190: Removing The Paper Writer

    Removing the Paper Writer 1. Disengage the projecting tabs on the Paper Writer retainers (bottom) from the two system case mounts. 2. Pull the Paper Writer out of the retainers (top). Mounting the Paper Holders You can use the paper holders to set B5 or A5 sheets of paper into the system case. A B5 sheet of paper is used as an example in this description.

  • Page 191: Removing The Paper Holder

    2. Align the paper holder retainer (bottom) with the notch (bottom) in the paper holder and fi t the retaining lug into the retaining hole. 3. Fit the paper sheet by sliding both ends under the retaining belts. • You can load up to 50 sheets of writing paper. Removing the Paper Holder 1.

  • Page 192: Using The Digitizer Pen

    Using the Digitizer Pen You can use the optional Digitizer Pen to work on the Paper Writer’s touch-panel. General Guide Quick Button 1 Quick Button 2 Pen Tip Strap Hole * The functions of quick buttons 1 and 2 differ depending on the application specifi...

  • Page 193: Using The Digitizer Pen

    2. Insert the battery with the positive (+) terminal towards the tip of the pen. 3. Turn the cap clockwise to secure. Using the Digitizer Pen Tap: Lightly touch the tip of the pen against the touch-panel. Sketching characters and lines: Sketch characters and lines by holding the tip of the pen against the touch-panel and sliding it lightly over the surface.

  • Page 194: Replacing The Pen Tip

    Important! • Do not tap the Digitizer Pen too strongly against the touch-panel. • Pens other than the dedicated Digitizer Pen cannot be used. Replacing the Pen Tip The tip of the pen will wear out over time. Replace the tip as follows. 1.

  • Page 195: Handling The Hand Belt

    Handling the Hand Belt The optional hand belt can be attached to the Paper Writer. If you also plan to attach the neck strap, attach the neck strap fi rst (see E-194). Attaching 1. Feed the ends of the 4 hand belt straps through the mounts on each corner of the back of the Paper Writer.

  • Page 196: Attaching The Neck Strap

    Attaching the Neck Strap The optional neck strap can be used to prevent the Paper Writer from fall when carrying it around. Four strap mounts are provided. Use whichever 2 mounts provide greatest ease of use. If you also plan to attach the hand belt (see E-193), attach the neck strap fi rst. Attach the neck strap according to the procedure described below.

  • Page 197: Using The Screen Cover

    Using the Screen Cover An optional screen cover can be fi tted to the Paper Writer to protect the display. The screen cover can also be used as a stand when using the Paper Writer. If the pen holder for the Digitizer Pen is fi tted to the Paper Writer (see E-190), remove it.

  • Page 198: Using The Screen Cover As A Stand (when Taking A Flipping Shot

    Using the Screen Cover as a Stand (When Taking a Flipping Shot) 1. Disengage the rubber bands from the Paper Writer, open the cover and place it on a desktop or other fl at surface. 2. Turn the Paper Writer so that it faces forwards and fi t the bottom into the notch in the cover to fi...

  • Page 199: Using The Ethernet Cradle (ha-m62io

    Using the Ethernet Cradle (HA-M62IO) The optionally available Ethernet Cradle (HA-M62IO) makes it possible to transmit system data and fi le data between the Paper Writer and a PC via a USB or LAN connection (download or upload). You can also use the Ethernet Cradle to charge the battery pack installed in the Paper Writer.

  • Page 200

    Communication/ Power is supplied to the V-N500 via these terminals. Also used Power Supply for communication with the V-N500. Terminals Power Indicator Off: Power off. Red: Power on, V-N500 is not installed Green: Power on, V-N500 mounted correctly Power Switch Turns the power on and off.

  • Page 201: Connecting The Ethernet Cradle Power Supply

    Connecting the Ethernet Cradle Power Supply Use the optional AC adaptor (AD-S36120A-N) for the power supply of the Ethernet Cradle. Always make sure to connect the AC adaptor to the Ethernet Cradle before performing communication with the Paper Writer. Power to the Paper Writer is supplied from the Ethernet Cradle.

  • Page 202

    4. Before using the cradle ports, remove the caps from the ports. When using a LAN, connect one end of the LAN cable to the LAN port and the other end to the PC or hub. When using a USB connection, connect one end of the USB cable to the USB client port and the other end to the PC.

  • Page 203

    LED is still red or off, there is a fault. Immediately stop using the product and contact the dealer or distributor where you purchased the product, or an authorized CASIO service provider. * If the remaining battery change is 5% or less when the AC adaptor is connected correctly, the charge LED turns off for approximately 0.5 seconds and then lights red.

  • Page 204: Using The Cradle-type Battery Charger (ha-m30chg

    Using the Cradle-type Battery Charger (HA-M30CHG) The optionally available Cradle-type Battery Charger (HA-M30CHG) lets you charge the battery pack installed in the Paper Writer simply by placing the Paper Writer onto the charger. General Guide Front Right Back Power Supply Power is supplied to the V-N500 via these terminals.

  • Page 205: Connecting The Cradle-type Battery Charger Power Supply

    Connecting the Cradle-type Battery Charger Power Supply Use the optional AC adaptor (AD-S36120A-N) for the power supply of the Cradle-type Battery Charger. 1. Plug the AC adaptor into the AC adaptor jack on the back of the Cradle-type Battery Charger. DC IN 12V 2.

  • Page 206

    LED is still red or off, there is a fault. Immediately stop using the product and contact the dealer or distributor where you purchased the product, or an authorized CASIO service provider. * If the remaining battery change is 5% or less when the AC adaptor is connected correctly, the charge LED turns off for approximately 0.5 seconds and then lights red.

  • Page 207: Using The Dual Battery Charger (ha-m32dchg

    Using the Dual Battery Charger (HA-M32DCHG) The optionally available dual battery charger (HA-M32DCHG) can be used to simultaneously charge two battery packs. General Guide Left Back Bottom Bundled Items Connecting Bracket 2 Connecting Screws E-205...

  • Page 208

    Dual Battery Use this port to connect multiple Dual Battery Chargers to each Charger Connection other. Port Charge Indicator This lamp indicates the charge status of the battery pack(s). Lamp Off: Not charging Orange: Charging Red: Battery pack problem or standby due to the surrounding temperature being beyond the specifi...

  • Page 209: Charging A Battery Pack

    Charging a Battery Pack Use the optionally available AC adaptor (AD-S90190C-N5) for the power supply of the Dual Battery Charger. 1. Plug the cord from the AC adaptor into the AC adaptor jack of the Dual Battery Charger. With the engraved side upwards, push the connector fi rmly into the jack until it clicks into place.

  • Page 210: Connecting Multiple Dual Battery Chargers

    Connecting Multiple Dual Battery Chargers You can connect up to three Dual Battery Chargers. Doing so makes it possible to supply power to all the Dual Battery Chargers using one dedicated AC adaptor. 1. As shown in the illustrations below, remove the connector covers of the Dual Battery Chargers you want to connect to each other.

  • Page 211

    Important ! • Allowing the power contacts become wet can cause an electric shock or fi re. In addition, if the contacts become soiled, contact may be impaired resulting in poor charging. For reasons of safety and maintaining charging battery pack(s) in optimum condition, clean the power contacts by wiping with a dry cloth or cotton swab after disconnecting the AC adaptor.

  • Page 212: Using The Ac Adaptor (ad-s36120a-n

    LED is still red or off, there is a fault. Immediately stop using the product and contact the dealer or distributor where you purchased the product, or an authorized CASIO service provider. * If the remaining battery change is 5% or less when the AC adaptor is connected correctly, the charge LED turns off for approximately 0.5 seconds and then lights red.

  • Page 213: Chapter 5 Specifi Cations

    Chapter 5 Specifi cations E-211...

  • Page 214: V-n500 Paper Writer Specifi Cations

    V-N500 Paper Writer Specifi cations Item Classifi cation Details Model V-N500-E , V-N500-EF, V-N500-GEF OMAP 4460 1.5 GHz Dual core Platform Android 4.0 Memory 1 GB FROM 16 GB Display 10.1-inch, WXGA (1280 x 800), LED-backlit TFT color LCD ® ®...

  • Page 215

    Item Classifi cation Details WLAN Output IEEE 802.11a: Minimum 12 dBm; Typical 13.5 dBm (for 54 Mbps communication) IEEE 802.11b: Minimum 17 dBm; Typical 18 dBm (for 11 Mbps communication) IEEE 802.11g: Minimum 12 dBm; Typical 14 dBm (for 54 Mbps communication) IEEE 802.11n: Minimum 11 dBm;...

  • Page 216

    Item Classifi cation Details WCDMA Signal Type Band I: 4M19F9W Band V: 4M19F9W Band VI: 4M19F9W Band VIII: 4M15F9W Supported Bands Band I: Uplink: 1920 - 1980 MHz Downlink: 2110 - 2170 MHz Band V: Uplink: 824 - 849 MHz Downlink: 869 - 894 MHz Band VI: Uplink: 830 - 840 MHz...

  • Page 217

    Item Classifi cation Details Modulation Scheme GSM/GPRS/EDGE GSM850: 248KGXW (GPRS), 248KG7W (EDGE)EGSM900: 248KGXW (GPRS), 248KG7W (EDGE)DCS1800: 374248KGXW (GPRS), 248KG7W (EDGE)PCS1900: 248KGXW (GPRS), 248KG7W (EDGE) Supported Bands GSM850: Uplink: 824 - 849 MHz Downlink: 869 - 894 MHz EGSM900: Uplink: 880 - 915 MHz Downlink: 925 - 960 MHz DCS1800: Uplink: 1710 - 1785 MHz...

  • Page 218

    Item Classifi cation Details General Specifi cations 16-channel receiver, L1 1575.42 MHz, C/A code Position Measurement Standalone-GPS (S-GPS) Method Sensitivity Acquisition sensitivity: -146 dBmTracking sensitivity: -162 dBm Standard ISO 7816 IC Card standard General Specifi cations Support for 3 V, 1.8 V and 5 V SAM cards Standard ISO 7816 IC Card standard General Specifi...

  • Page 219

    Item Classifi cation Details Operating Temperature -20°C to 50°C (-4°F to 122°F) Operating Humidity 10% to 90% RH (non-condensation) Drop Impact Resistance 1.0 m (trial value only, not guaranteed) * Paper Writer only (excluding screen cover and system case) Dust and Water Splash Proof IP54 level Dimensions Paper Writer:...

  • Page 220: Optional (separately Sold) Accessory Specifi Cations

    Optional (Separately Sold) Accessory Specifi cations Ethernet Cradle (HA-M62IO) Item Classifi cation Details Communication IEEE 802.3 Specifi cations Protocol Media Type 10base-T/100base-TX auto-switched Protocol USB Ver2.0 Standard Transmission Rate 480 Mbps (max) Charging Charging Method Constant current/voltage Charging Period Approximately 6 hours Power Supply Power Source AD-S36120A-N...

  • Page 221: Cradle-type Battery Charger (ha-m30chg

    Cradle-type Battery Charger (HA-M30CHG) Item Classifi cation Details Charging Charging Method Constant current/voltage Charging Period Approximately 6 hours Power Supply Power Source AD-S36120A-N Consumption Current 12V DC 3.0A Main Unit (V-N500) Contact: 12 V DC, 2.0 A Output Dimensions and Dimensions Approximately 292 (W) ×...

  • Page 222: Car Adaptor (ha-m37cac

    Car Adaptor (HA-M37CAC) Item Details Input 12 V/24 V DC 3 A/1.5 A Output 7.5 V DC 3.5 A AC Adaptor (AD-S36120A-N) Item Details Input 100 V to 240 V AC 50/60 Hz 1.2 A Output 12 V DC 3.0 A AC Adaptor (AD-S90190C-N5) Item Details...

  • Page 223: Chapter 6 Appendix

    Chapter 6 Appendix E-221...

  • Page 224: Open Source Licenses

    Open Source Licenses Apps That Use Licenses License used OpenCV Release 2.4 libjpeg Version 6b Paper Writer / Capture libtiff Version 1.5 libpng Version 1.2.5 libjpeg Version 6b Paper Writer / Contacts libtiff Version 1.5 libpng Version 1.2.5 Paper Writer / Finder ZLIB/LIBPNG License Barcode Scanner Apache License Version 2.0...

  • Page 225: License Text List

    License Text List OpenCV Release 2.4 IMPORTANT: READ BEFORE DOWNLOADING, COPYING, INSTALLING OR USING. By downloading, copying, installing or using the software you agree to this license. If you do not agree to this license, do not download, install, copy or use the software. License Agreement For Open Source Computer Vision Library Copyright (C) 2000-2008, Intel Corporation, all rights reserved.

  • Page 226: Libjpeg Version 6b

    libjpeg Version 6b The Independent JPEG Group’s JPEG software =================================== README for release 6b of 27-Mar-1998 =============================== This distribution contains the sixth public release of the Independent JPEG Group’s free JPEG software. You are welcome to redistribute this software and to use it for any purpose, subject to the conditions under LEGAL ISSUES, below.

  • Page 227

    User documentation: install.doc How to confi gure and install the IJG software. usage.doc Usage instructions for cjpeg, djpeg, jpegtran, rdjpgcom, and wrjpgcom. Unix-style man pages for programs (same info as usage.doc). wizard.doc Advanced usage instructions for JPEG wizards only. change.log Version-to-version change highlights.

  • Page 228

    We provide a set of library routines for reading and writing JPEG image fi les, plus two sample applications “cjpeg” and “djpeg”, which use the library to perform conversion between JPEG and some other popular image fi le formats. The library is intended to be reused in other applications.

  • Page 229

    This software is copyright (C) 1991-1998, Thomas G. Lane. All Rights Reserved except as specifi ed below. Permission is hereby granted to use, copy, modify, and distribute this software (or portions thereof) for any purpose, without fee, subject to these conditions: (1) If any part of the source code for this software is distributed, then this README fi...

  • Page 230

    It appears that the arithmetic coding option of the JPEG spec is covered by patents owned by IBM, AT&T, and Mitsubishi. Hence arithmetic coding cannot legally be used without obtaining one or more licenses. For this reason, support for arithmetic coding has been removed from the free JPEG software.

  • Page 231

    The best full description of JPEG is the textbook “JPEG Still Image Data Compression Standard” by William B. Pennebaker and Joan L. Mitchell, published by Van Nostrand Reinhold, 1993, ISBN 0-442-01272-1. Price US$59.95, 638 pp. The book includes the complete text of the ISO JPEG standards (DIS 10918-1 and draft DIS 10918-2).

  • Page 232

    The TIFF 6.0 file format specification can be obtained by FTP from ftp://ftp.sgi.com/ graphics/tiff/TIFF6.ps.gz. The JPEG incorporation scheme found in the TIFF 6.0 spec of 3-June-92 has a number of serious problems. IJG does not recommend use of the TIFF 6.0 design (TIFF Compression tag 6).

  • Page 233

    RELATED SOFTWARE ================== Numerous viewing and image manipulation programs now support JPEG. (Quite a few of them use this library to do so.) The JPEG FAQ described above lists some of the more popular free and shareware viewers, and tells where to obtain them on Internet. If you are on a Unix machine, we highly recommend Jef Poskanzer’s free PBMPLUS software, which provides many useful operations on PPM-format image fi...

  • Page 234

    The upcoming JPEG Part 3 standard defines a file format called SPIFF. SPIFF is interoperable with JFIF, in the sense that most JFIF decoders should be able to read the most common variant of SPIFF. SPIFF has some technical advantages over JFIF, but its major claim to fame is simply that it is an offi...

  • Page 235: Libtiff Version 1.5

    libtiff Version 1.5 $Header: /cvs/maptools/cvsroot/libtiff/README,v 1.5 2004/10/30 13:44:45 dron Exp $ TIFF Software Distribution -------------------------- This fi le is just a placeholder; all the documentation is now in HTML in the html directory. To view the documentation point your favorite WWW viewer at html/index.html; e.g. netscape html/index.html If you don’t have an HTML viewer then you can read the HTML source or fetch a PostScript version of this documentation from the directory...

  • Page 236

    Permission to use, copy, modify, distribute, and sell this software and its documentation for any purpose is hereby granted without fee, provided that (i) the above copyright notices and this permission notice appear in all copies of the software and related documentation, and (ii) the names of Sam Leffl...

  • Page 237

    libpng Version 1.2.5 This copy of the libpng notices is provided for your convenience. In case of any discrepancy between this copy and the notices in the file png.h that is included in the libpng distribution, the latter shall prevail. COPYRIGHT NOTICE, DISCLAIMER, and LICENSE: If you modify libpng you may insert additional notices immediately following this sentence.

  • Page 238

    libpng versions 0.89, June 1996, through 0.96, May 1997, are Copyright (c) 1996, 1997 Andreas Dilger Distributed according to the same disclaimer and license as libpng-0.88, with the following individuals added to the list of Contributing Authors: John Bowler Kevin Bracey Sam Bushell Magnus Holmgren Greg Roelofs...

  • Page 239

    The Contributing Authors and Group 42, Inc. specifically permit, without fee, and encourage the use of this source code as a component to supporting the PNG fi le format in commercial products. If you use this source code in a product, acknowledgment is not required but would be appreciated.

  • Page 240: Zlib/libpng License

    ZLIB/LIBPNG License HARU is distributed under the ZLIB/LIBPNG License. Because ZLIB/LIBPNG License is one of the freest licenses, you can use Haru for various purposes. The license of HARU is as follows. Copyright (C) 1999-2006 Takeshi Kanno This software is provided ‘as-is’, without any express or implied warranty. In no event will the authors be held liable for any damages arising from the use of this software.

  • Page 241: Apache License Version 2.0

    Apache License Version 2.0 Apache License Version 2.0, January 2004 http://www.apache.org/licenses/ TERMS AND CONDITIONS FOR USE, REPRODUCTION, AND DISTRIBUTION 1. Defi nitions. “License” shall mean the terms and conditions for use, reproduction, and distribution as defi ned by Sections 1 through 9 of this document. “Licensor”...

  • Page 242

    “Derivative Works” shall mean any work, whether in Source or Object form, that is based on (or derived from) the Work and for which the editorial revisions, annotations, elaborations, or other modifi cations represent, as a whole, an original work of authorship. For the purposes of this License, Derivative Works shall not include works that remain separable from, or merely link (or bind by name) to the interfaces of, the Work and Derivative Works thereof.

  • Page 243

    4. Redistribution. You may reproduce and distribute copies of the Work or Derivative Works thereof in any medium, with or without modifi cations, and in Source or Object form, provided that You meet the following conditions: (a) You must give any other recipients of the Work or Derivative Works a copy of this License;...

  • Page 244

    6. Trademarks. This License does not grant permission to use the trade names, trademarks, service marks, or product names of the Licensor, except as required for reasonable and customary use in describing the origin of the Work and reproducing the content of the NOTICE fi...

  • Page 245

    APPENDIX: How to apply the Apache License to your work. To apply the Apache License to your work, attach the following boilerplate notice, with the fields enclosed by brackets “[]” replaced with your own identifying information. (Don’t include the brackets!) The text should be enclosed in the appropriate comment syntax for the fi...

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