Fujitsu POINT 1600 user manual

User manual for the device Fujitsu POINT 1600

Device: Fujitsu POINT 1600
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Date of adding : 2014-08-08 17:52:20
Number of pages: 48
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Fujitsu Personal Systems, Inc. has made every effort to ensure the accuracy and completeness of this document; however, because ongoing development efforts are made to continually improve the capabilities of our products, we cannot guarantee the accuracy of the contents of this document. We disclaim liability for errors, omissions, or future changes herein. Point 1600 and Point 510 are trademarks of Fujitsu Personal Systems, Inc. IBM, IBM PC AT, and IBM PS/2 are registered trademarks of IBM

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Agency Compliance UL Notices Cautions • For continued protection against the risk of fire, replace only with the same type and rating of fuse. • There is a danger of explosion if the CMOS battery is incorrectly replaced. Replace only with the same or equivalent type recommended by the manufacturer. Dispose of used batteries according to manufacturer's instruction. • Changes or modifications not expressly approved by Fujitsu Personal Systems, Inc. could void this user’s authority to

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FCC Notices DECLARATION OF CONFORMITY according to FCC Part 15 Responsible Party Name: Fujitsu Personal Systems, Inc. Address: 5200 Patrick Henry Drive Santa Clara, CA Telephone: 408-982-9500 Declares that product: Model: Point 1600 Pen Tablet Complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC rules. Operation is subject to the following two conditions: (1) This device may not cause harmful interference, and (2) This device must accept any interference receiv

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Table of Contents Chapter 1 Getting Started Features and Controls ................................................................................ 1-3 Status LEDs.................................................................................................. 1-4 Included with the Point 1600 Pen Tablet................................................. 1-6 Optional Accessories .................................................................................. 1-7 Connectivity Peripherals .........

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Appendix A Agency Notices FCC Notices ................................................................................................. A-1 DOC (Industry Canada) Compliance Notices ........................................ A-3 vi

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Chapter 1 Getting Started This chapter gives an overview of the Point 1600 pen tablet’s features and explains TM basic use. The Point 1600 pen tablet runs the Windows 95 or Windows 98 operating system. Figure 1-1 and Figure 1-2 show the location of features and controls on the pen tablet. Wireless LAN Adapter or Modem (optional) Pen PC Card Door (in pen holder) USB Port IrDA Port Microphone Suspend/Resume Button Status LEDs Kensington MicroSaver Security Slot Speaker Hotpads Battery Pa

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Pen Tether Attachment Point Stereo Headphone Jack Handstrap Attachment Mono Microphone Points Jack Pen Tether Attachment Point Serial Port A Hard Disk Drive (built-in) DC Power Input Keyboard/Mouse Port Battery Pack (removable) System Interface Port Floppy Disk Drive Port High-Usage Contacts Figure 1-2 Point 1600 Pen Tablet Features – Back 1-2 Getting Started

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Features and Controls 1 The main features and controls that you use to operate the Point 1600 pen tablet are described briefly below. Use of these features and controls is described in detail later in this manual. (Features called out in Figure 1-1 and Figure 1-2 which are not listed here are also described later in this manual.) • Suspend/Resume Button Allows you to suspend or resume system operation or turn the pen tablet on or off depending on how your system is configured. • Status LEDs

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Status LEDs 1 The status LEDs indicate various system conditions including power state, hard disk drive use, and battery charge level. Figure 1-3 shows the status LEDs on the front of the Point 1600 pen tablet. Microphone MIC Power LED HDD Access LED Charge LED Low-Battery LED Figure 1-3 Status LEDs Table 1-1 describes conditions indicated by each status LED. For details on power states indicated by the Power LED, see “System Power States” on page 2-1. For more information about battery us

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Table 1-1 Status LEDs LED Appearance of LED System Status Power LED Indicates system power state. LED on continuously. System is Fully On. LED flashing (once every 4 seconds). Suspend mode. LED off System is off. HDD Access Indicates when the system is accessing the built-in hard disk drive (HDD). LED LED on. HDD is being accessed. LED off. HDD is not being accessed. Charge LED Indicates battery pack is charging. (Note that this LED flashes once when external power is initially connected.

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Included with the Point 1600 Pen Tablet 1 The following items are included with the Point 1600 pen tablet: • AC adapter * • Optional built-in 56 Kbps internal modem (V.90): 53 Kbps receive/33.6 Kbps send/14.4 Kbps fax * • Optional built-in wireless LAN adapter • Point 1600 pen • Two screen protectors • Point 1600 battery pack, installed in the pen tablet • User’s guide for the operating system preinstalled on the pen tablet, with a certificate of authenticity for operating the system software

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Optional Accessories 1 The following optional accessories can be used with the Point 1600 pen tablet: • FMWSP7 Spare Screen Protectors (12-pack) • FMW27PN1 Spare Pens (5-pack) • FMWCC28 Slip Case • FMWCC31 Harsh Environment Case • FMWST2 Pen Tether • FMWHS5 Hand Strap • FMWCB2 Auto Adapter • FMWBCR1 Bar Code Reader • FMWCC24 Keyboard Combo Case • FMWKB3A Mobile Keyboard (US English) • FMWKB3B Mobile Keyboard (UK English) • FMWKB3F Mobile Keyboard (French) • FMWKB3D Mobile Keyboard (German) • FMW

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Connectivity Peripherals 1 The following connectivity peripherals can be used with the Point 1600 pen tablet. Note that the Point 1600 pen tablet is compatible with connectivity peripherals designed for use with the Point 510 pen tablet. • High-Usage Cradle • High-Connectivity Cradle • Port Replicator • Wall-Mount Cradle • Portable Port Expander • Charge-Only Cradle The nonlocking versions of these peripherals are not equipped with the tubular lock and cradle latches that are present on th

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Chapter 2 Using the Point 1600 Pen Tablet This chapter covers the fundamental concepts and system operations with which you need to be familiar to use the Point 1600 pen tablet including: • Starting the pen tablet • Using the pen • Charging the battery pack • Connecting to other equipment • Shutting down the pen tablet • Using hotpads System Power States 2 Before you begin using the Point 1600 pen tablet, familiarize yourself with the different system power states that the pen tablet can use.

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Your system may be configured to transition between these states automatically after a period of inactivity to conserve battery power. To determine the current system state, observe the Power LED. Table 1-1 on page 1-5 gives the different system states represented by the Power LED. (Note that if the Power LED is off, the Off state is indicated.) 2-2 Using the Point 1600 Pen Tablet

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Low Battery Pack Conditions 2 Table 2-1 gives details on system conditions for each charge level indicated by the Low-Battery LED. Table 2-1 Low Battery Pack Conditions Low-Battery LED Low Battery Condition LED off. Good Battery * Greater than 15% battery pack charge remaining. LED flashing slowly Low Battery Warning * (1 second on, 1 second 15% to 8% battery pack charge remaining. off). LED flashing quickly Very Low Battery Warning * (1/2 second on, 1/2 8% or less battery pack charge r

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Suspend/Resume Button Configuration 2 The Suspend/Resume button on the pen tablet can be configured using one of the following three settings: • Normal In the Normal setting, the system suspends or resumes operation when you press the Suspend/Resume button. If the system has been shut down, pressing the Suspend/Resume button starts the system. • Resume Only In the Resume Only setting, the Suspend/Resume button can only be used to resume system operation or start the system if it has been

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Starting or Resuming the System 2 To start or resume the system, 1. Press the Suspend/Resume button once. If system operation was suspended in the previous session, system operation will resume. If the system was shut down in the previous session, the system will start and the operating system will load. 2. Wait for the system to start or resume. It may take several seconds for the system to start or resume after pressing the Suspend/Resume button. (The display screen turns on before the pe

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Suspending the System 2 You can conserve battery power by suspending the system when you are not using the pen tablet. Suspending the system allows you to stop the system without closing files or exiting programs that are open or running. To suspend the system, 1. Choose one of the following: • If the Suspend/Resume button on your system is configured to use the Normal setting, press the Suspend/Resume button or carry out the Suspend command in your operating system or application softwar

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