ENGLISH BASIC OPERATION GUIDE WebDT 310 Mobile Tablet INTRODUCTION Thank you for acquiring the latest addition to DT Research 9s line of tablet devices 4the WebDT 310. Featuring a slim yet robust magnesium alloy enclosure, the two-pound WebDT 310 with 10.4 d TFT display is powered by the AMD Geode" LX 800 processor, offering optimal combinations of performance and power savings. An external battery expansion option provides approximately 3-4 hours of additional battery operation for up to six hours of mobile usage.
The WebDT 310 is available in Windows® CE, Windows XP Embedded, or Windows XP Tablet PC operating systems. Each software operating system features web browser, client/server computing software, media player, accessories, and applications support. Package Contents WebDT 310 with Internal Battery Pack, Stylus, Bumpers, and Screen Cover " AC-DC Power Adapter with Power Cord " Basic Operation Guide (CD or Printed) " Major options, depending on conEguration: " " Charging Cradle with DC-in Power Jack, Ethernet/USB Ports " Desktop Stand " External Battery Pack " External Battery Charger Kit " Carrying case * If your WebDT 310 contains MSR, camera or scanner module, please refer to the pos module operation guide for detailed operation.
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Ports (2) Button Functions (with Windows XP Operating System) BUTTON DESCRIPTION ACTION First in group of three Programmable Second in group of three Programmable Third in group of three Programmable First in group of four Programmable, launch soft (on-screen) keyboard (default) Second in group of four Launch SAS (Secure Attention Sequence) Generate Ctrl+Alt+Del keys to invoke the security windows deEned under Windows XP Third in group of four Programmable, Change display orientation (portrait/land- scape) (default) Fourth in group of four Programmable, system utility menu (default) Power Button Push/release typically enters Standby mode, or Push/release exits Standby mode or restarts device (software dependent) Push and hold (over 4 seconds) invokes hardware shutdown Note: Buttons 1 34, 6 and 7 may be re-programmed through a Button Agent utility. The WebDT 310 (with Windows XP) PC Card Slot Battery/Power LED Network LED DC Power Input Stylus Battery and Power Meter Microphone Headphone Jack Microphone Jack VGA Calibration Button Management Wireless Network Settings Internal Battery Switch (back panel) Power Button Removable Protective Bumpers 3 ENGLISH Precautions A " lways exercise care when operating and handling the WebDT 310. D " o NOT apply excessive pressure to the display screen.<br><br> W " e recommend using the Stylus provided to keep the screen clean. A " void prolonged exposure of the display panel to any strong heat source. Wherever possible, the WebDT 310 should face away from direct light to reduce glare.<br><br> I " f the AC-DC power adapter is used to recharge or power the device, do NOT use any AC-DC adapter other than the one provided with the device or acquired from the manufacturer or its partners. I " n the unlikely event that smoke, abnormal noise, or strange odor is present, immediately power off the WebDT 310 and disconnect all power sources. Report the problem to your device provider immediately.<br><br> N " ever attempt to disassemble the WebDT 310, as this will void the warranty. THE WebDT 310 Basic Features The WebDT 310 wireless tablet integrates a bright and responsive touch display, two USB ports, a VGA port, and embedded networking elements such as wireless LAN and Bluetooth. The primary device is complemented by a suite of accessories, including battery expansion, docking cradles, and carrying cases, for a comprehensive user experience.<br><br> A WebDT 310 typically integrates an 802.11b/g or 802.11a/b/g wireless LAN (WLAN) adapter that may connect to other wireless devices or access points. If your WebDT 310 does not come with such a network adapter, please consult your device provider to establish the desired network connectivity. OPERATION Internal Battery Switch To prevent battery drain during shipping and extended storage, the internal battery may be turned off.<br><br> To turn on the internal battery, push the battery button switch (on the back panel) to the cup d position (see page 2 for photo). The internal battery pack has to be turned on for it to operate, be charged, and for the optional external battery pack to function. THE WebDT 310 ENGLISH 4 Powering ON and OFF To activate the WebDT 310, push and quickly release the Power Button to the left of the front bezel.<br><br> The display will come on in a few seconds. To put the WebDT 310 in Standby mode, push and quickly release the Power Button. To turn the WebDT 310 off for extended storage, power off the device safely using any software function that cshuts down computer d provided in the software operating system.<br><br> NOTE: The battery packs shipped with your device may be low in power 4please use the AC-DC adapter with the WebDT 310 when setting up the device for the Erst time to fully charge the internal battery pack. You may charge the external battery pack with it attached to the WebDT 310, or with the optional external battery charger kit. NOTE: When the battery pack(s) is (are) charging, the blue-colored Battery LED should blink slowly. If plugging in the AC-DC adapter does not trigger this blinking activity and the LED stays dark, the battery pack(s) may have been drained substantially.<br><br> Try unplugging/replugging the AC-DC adapter to the WebDT 310 a few times to activate the charging process. NOTE: To conserve power, use (push and quick release) the Power Button to put the device in cStandby d mode while not in use. Pushing brieFy on the same button will wake up the system within seconds. NOTE: Avoid using the Power Button ( chold 4+ seconds d feature) to turn off the device 4this form of hardware shutdown is intended to be a means of recovery from device lockups, and not as normal operation.<br><br> Start Up If the power up (from Standby or otherwise) is successful, the appropriate interface will be displayed after a launch sequence of several seconds. The wireless LAN connection may take 10-15 seconds to be established. Confguring the WebDT 310 The device may be conEgured using the utilities and methods dictated by the software operating system. The WebDT 310 should be conEgurable for various properties such as user proEles, network features, and several system elements.<br><br> 5 ENGLISH Calibration The touch display for the WebDT 310 is calibrated before shipping. In the event that the calibration has been modiEed or is unsatisfactory, the respec - tive calibration routines (e.g., PenMount (PM) for Windows XP) to calibrate the touch interface may be used. Such applications are typically executed through touch input via Stylus or through mouse click via a USB mouse.<br><br> Wireless Networking Wireless LAN The WebDT 310 is often delivered with an embedded (user-inaccessible) 802.11a/b/g WLAN adapter equipped with a hidden custom antenna. This embedded interface is supplemented by a user-accessible PCMCIA slot for use with third-party network adapters or peripherals. T " hrough the support of typical WLAN adapters, the WebDT 310 should be able to detect all 802.11 access points in the vicinity for you to select the access point of your choice for connection.<br><br> T " he SSID and WEP (if enabled) parameters on the WebDT 310 and the ac- cess points have to match. The SSID is case-sensitive and it is recommended that you enable WEP encryption (or advanced alternatives) for secure access. W " hen WEP is enabled, you may need to consult your network administrator or your networking equipment literature to properly conEgure associated settings such as Authentication mode, etc.<br><br> R " efer to the access point operating manuals for setting up the 802.11 access points Bluetooth The WebDT 310 features a built-in Bluetooth adapter that oper- ates on the Microsoft Windows Bluetooth protocol. The Bluetooth conEguration application is invoked from the System Tray or from the Control Panel for Windows XP. Under Windows CE, it can be executed from the Control Panel.<br><br> Follow the instructions and options provided within the application to conEgure and invoke Bluetooth connectivity with the corresponding peripherals. NOTE: Bluetooth devices or accessories that are not compatible with the Microsoft Windows Bluetooth protocol may not work with the WebDT 310. THE WebDT 310 ENGLISH 6 Button Management Where supported by software, many of the hard buttons on the WebDT 310 are programmable to perform a function of the user 9s choice.<br><br> The exception is the Power Button and the SAS Button. To activate the button re-assignment application, invoke the Button Agent application, e.g., in Windows XP Embedded . Brightness Control Where supported by device Ermware and software, a hard button may be engaged to manipulate the display brightness.<br><br> Press the System Menu button (Button 7) on the front of the WebDT 310. The System screen will display a Brightness control section with up and down arrows that can be activated with the stylus. Battery and Power Management The WebDT 310 is equipped with an internal Li-Ion battery pack that is capable of supporting approximately 1.5 32 hours of continuous operation.<br><br> The period of continuous operation can be extended by approximately 3 34 hours with the external battery pack that clips (hot-pluggable) onto the back of the device. The period between battery recharges can be signiEcantly lengthened by putting the device into Standby mode through the Power Button (see Buttons Function Table) whenever the device is not in use. Depending on the operating software, the WebDT 310 may also be conEgured to enter various power-saving modes via the Power Button or through timed entry.<br><br> Desktop Cradle The WebDT 310 is complemented by an optional Desktop Cradle for support, pass-through charging, and connection to a range of USB peripherals, including keyboard and mouse. The Cradle offers the following interfaces: a DC-in port for the AC-DC adapter, an Ethernet port, and USB ports. Always seat the WebDT 310 securely onto the cradle. The cradle must be powered by the AC-DC adapter for the Ethernet and USB ports to function.<br><br> The battery packs on the WebDT 310 may be recharged by connecting the AC-DC adapter directly to the DC-in port on the WebDT 310 or through the DC-in port on the Desktop Cradle while the WebDT 310 is docked to the Cradle. 7 ENGLISH USING THE WebDT 310 Memory confguration The WebDT 310 is available in various memory conEgurations. They currently range from: 64MB to 8GB of Fash memory and 256MB, 512MB, or 1GB of RAM. Peripherals Support Through its USB ports, the WebDT 310 supports a wide range of USB-based peripherals. These peripherals are applicable for software installation, applications storage, data storage, and system software recovery and updates.<br><br> The WebDT 310 is equipped with a built-in VGA port, allowing displayed content to be mirrored on an external display for clear, shared viewing. The WebDT 310 is also compatible with custom mountable cradle options. These securable and mountable cradles provide an interface to VESA mounts and arms, and to ports that may include USB, Ethernet and pass-through power.<br><br> Remote Management Depending on software conEguration, the WebDT 310 can be centrally managed for asset monitoring and for software control. Please consult your device provider. THE WebDT 310 ENGLISH 8 DT Research, Inc.<br><br> 2000 Concourse Drive, San Jose, CA 95131 http://www.dtresearch.com Copyright©2008, DT Research, Inc. All Rights Reserved. DT Research and WebDT are registered trademarks of DT Research, Inc.<br><br> SPECIFICATIONS Display 10.4 d Hi-Brite TFT LCD with resistive touch and outdoor-viewable option Display Resolution 1024 x 768 (XGA) Processor AMD Geode" LX 800 Memory ( bash) 64MB 3 8GB Memory (RAM) 256MB; 512MB; 1GB Software Operating Systems Windows CE; Windows XP Embedded; Windows XP Tablet PC Edition Storage Internal Fash module; 60GB HDD ; 32GB SSD Stylus Non-electronic tip Protective Bumpers Two rubber bumpers with optional adjustable hand strap, adds drop protection Wireless Interface Integrated 802.11; Bluetooth Input and Control Buttons Seven (7) front buttons; One Power (left edge); Internal battery control switch Input/Output Ports 12V DC-in Jack; Microphone-In; Headset jack; (2) USB 2.0 Ports; VGA Enclosure Magnesium-Aluminum alloy AC/DC adapter Input: 100-240VAC, 1.2A; Output: 12VDC, 3.5A Power Cords North America, EU, UK Battery Packs (Lithium-Ion) Internal (14W, 2000 mAh); Optional external (28W 3900 mAh, 0.5 lb)and optional tethered pouch (72W, 1 lb) Desktop Cradle Optional: Pass-through for power; Ethernet, USB 2.0 ports Desktop Stand Optional: Aluminum parking stand Dimensions (H x W x D) 8.3 x 10.3 x 0.8 (in); 210 x 261 x 18 (mm) Base Weight 2.05 lbs (0.93 kg) Regulatory FCC Class B, CE, UL, RoHS compliant Operating Temperature 0° 3 40°C Humidity 0% 3 90% non-condensing