Sharp UX-40 Fo-50
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|wheatscott||3:29am on Thursday, October 28th, 2010|
|Storage of 200,000 photos. Web site items Easy To Setup,Easy to use,High Capacity No Power Switch It is a good one if you use it w/ only Windows. But if you want to use both MAC & Windows it gets kinda difficult.|
|msowka||11:41am on Wednesday, September 8th, 2010|
|It seems to work pretty well. When I test it under Linux using the smartctl program. So far it works fine, however I noticed that it is not as quiet as the other disk I had before|
|Misty7750||10:34am on Monday, August 30th, 2010|
|No Comment. It seems to be a good product to this point. Runs quiet and cool. No Comment. This series of disks from Seagate are reliable, quiet and suitable for personal and business use. Good balance for the price. Buffer size.|
|Dirk Labbe||11:26am on Monday, May 31st, 2010|
|Somewhat Satisfied After two years, this drive finally went South on me. I wish hard drives were not so short lived. I guess two years is not so bad.|
|kotti67||3:04pm on Friday, March 12th, 2010|
|I cloned a 250 GB drive to this one using Seagate Discwizard. Worked perfectly. No problems Quiet, fast, reasonably priced. This thing is a piece of work. I had this for only a little over a year. Incredible difficult to configure. The MioNet web interface is terrible.|
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If the machine is moved from a cold to a warm place.
Condensation may from on the reading glass if machine is moved from a cold to a warm place, this will prevent proper scanning of documents for transmission. Turn on the power and wait approximately 2 hours before using machine.
4 Insert one end of the line cord into the socket on the back of the
machine marked TEL. LINE. Insert the other end into a wall telephone socket.
4 Place the paper roll shims on each side of the paper compartment.
The ribbed side of the shims should face inwards (toward each other).
TE LI L. NE
Note: In Germany, the machine is supplied with a N-coded line cable, enabling you to use an extension (cordless) telephone on the same line. If you dont have the standard NFN-outlet of TELEKOM, you can purchase an NFN-adapter at your retailer. The TEL. SET socket is not available no the fax. We recommend that you plug the answering machine line cable into the right connector of the TAE wall outlet, a (e.g.: cordless) telephone into the middle connector and fax line cord into the left connector.
5Unwrap the roll of thermal paper and place it in the compartment.
Important: The roll must be placed so the leading edge of the paper unrolls as shown. (The paper is only coated on one side for printing. If the roll is placed backwards, the paper will come out blank after printing.)
3. Loading the fax paper (FO-20PR)
Your fax machine prints incoming faxes on a special kind of paper called fax paper. The fax machines print head creates text and images by applying heat to the fax paper.
1 Grasp the finger hold as shown and pull up to open the operation
6 Insert the leading edge of the paper into the slot as shown. Continue
to push the paper through the slot until it comes out the opening in the front of the machine.
2 Flip up the front paper guide.
7 Make sure the paper is aligned between the arrows, and then flip
down the paper guide.
Note: Do not peel off or bend this strip of film.
3 Remove the packing paper.
8 Close the operation panel, making sure it clicks into place.
A short length of the paper will feed out. Grasp the paper by the edge and pull upward to tear it off.
UX-40DE FO-50DE 4. Clearing a jammed document
3. 7. Memory clear
This mode is used to clear the backup memory and to reset to the factory default settings. The content of each setting will be cleared. Note: Be sure to execute the memory clear mode whenever you change the country select setting. The default settings of the soft switches vary according to the destinations. Therefore, if you do not execute the memory clear after changing the country select setting, some functions may not work.
3. 3. Aging mode
If any document is first present, copying will be executed sheet by sheet. If no document is present, the check pattern will be printed sheet by sheet. This operation will be executed at a rate of one sheet per 5minutes, and will be ended at a total of 10 sheets.
3. 4. Panel check mode
This mode is used to check whether each key operates properly or not. Press the key on the operation panel, and the key will be displayed on the display. Therefore, press all keys. At this time,finally press the STOP key. When the STOP key is pressed, the keys which are not judged as "pressed" will be printed on the result list. LED part of the contact image sensor (CIS) is kept on during the term from when "START" of the panel test mode to end with the STOP key.
3. 8. Shading mode
The mode is used for the shooting compensation. For reading, set up the special original paper. The shooting compensation memorizes the reference data of white and black for reading. Moreover, the memorized data is not erased even if memory clear mode is executed.
3. 5. Check pattern
This mode is used to check the status of print head. Two sheets of check pattern are printed. The following information of check pattern is printed.
3. 9. All black print
This mode is used to check the state of the printing head and intentionally overheat it. Whole dots are printed over the interval of 2 m. If it is overheated or the printing sheet is jammed, press STOP key for the end.
1 Vertical stripes (alternate white and black lines) Approx. 35 mm 2 Full black Approx. 70 mm 3 Full white Approx. 35 mm
3. 10. Auto feeder mode
In this mode, a document is inserted and discharged to check the auto feed function. After this mode is started, set a document, and the document feed will be automatically tested.
3. 11. Message print
In this mode, all the message data, which are used for displaying indication and list print, are printed as a contrast table of the selected language and English.
RANK 0 or 1
Note: There is a selection RANK 0 or 1 depending on resistance value of the thermal head. RANK 0 or RANK 1 is printed at the tail of check pattern to identify.
UX-40DE FO-50DE 3. 12. Country select
This mode is used to set line connecting parameters which correspond to each destination. When the country select mode is selected, and then the START key is pressed, the destination (country name) currently set will be displayed. By pressing the # or key, selectable destinations (country names) are displayed. When the destination (country name) you want to choose is displayed, press the START key. Each parameter will be stored in RAM. Destinations (Country names) you can select are as follows: COUNTRY NAME AUSTRIA GERMANY FRANCE (AT) (DE) (F)
SW l A2
SW l A4
Protocol monitor(Error print) Protocol monitor Line monitor Digital equalization setting(Reception)
Printed at com. error Yes Yes
SW NO. DATA NO. 3 SW l AEnd Buzzer Disconnect the line when DIS is received in RX mode Equalizer freeze control(MODEM) Equalizer freeze control 7200 bps only CNG transmission in manual TX mode Initial compression scheme for sharp fax in TX mode Modem speed automatic down when RX level is under -40dBm EOL detect timer 3 SW l B3 SW l BDial tone detection(Before auto dial) Reserved Busy tone detection(After auto dial) Busy tone detection pulse number (After auto dial) Waiting time after dialing No No 4 pulses 45 seconds No. 1 No. 2 PBX connection Reserved PBX recall function(R key select) Yes No. 1 No. 2 Reserved Reserved Reserved Reserved Reserved Reserved Reserved Auto dial fax transmission by REDIAL key Reserved Recall interval (0~15.5min setting by 0.5min step) Yes Binary input 0 Binary input Yes Yes 2 pulses 55 seconds 90 seconds 140 seconds No NO OPERATION ID OPTION No ITEM Auto gain control(MODEM) Enable Yes No On No Yes MR mode Yes Switch setting and function 1 Disable No Yes Off Yes No H2 mode No 5 seconds 13 seconds 20 seconds 25 seconds 0 Initial setting Remarks
SW l A7
Recall times(0~15times setting) No. =
SW l B3
No. 5 No. 6 PBX select No. 7 No. 8
FLASH FLASH 1 1
SW NO. DATA NO. 3 SW l BSW l B2 SW l B8 ITEM Dial pausing(sec/pause) Dial mode Pulse Tone change function by Dial pulse make/break ratio(%) Auto dial mode connect Reserved Reserved Auto dial mode connect Delay timer of after line 1.7s 0 2.0s 1 2.5s 0 3.0s 1 No 3.6s 0 4.0s 1 5.5s 0 7.0s 0 Binary input No. = 0 Factory setting No. 1 No. 2 Reading Slice(Half tone) SW l C8 No. 3 No. 4 Line density selection Reserved MTF correction in half tone mode Reserved Number of rings for auto receive (0~15rings setting) No. = Fine No Binary input Automatic swiching manual to auto receive function CI detect frequency No. 6 No. 7 Reserved Yes As PTT No 11.5Hz 13.0Hz 20.0Hz 0 Factory setting Dark Dark Standard Yes Light Light Daker in dark Daker in dark Delay timer of before line No. 5 No. 6 key 4 sec Tone Enable 40/0 Switch setting and function sec Pulse Disable 33/second 1.5 seconds 3.0 seconds 4.5 seconds 0 Initial setting Remarks
DIAL DATA RAPID A CML RELAY ON
SW-B5 No. 4 Fax signal detection after telephone mode dial When set to "1", if machine detects the fax answering signal after telephone calling (handset off-hook or speaker mode dial), machine starts to receive the documents automatically. SW-B5 No. 5 ~ No. 8 Reserved Set to "0". SW-B6 No. 1 ~ No. 5 DTMF signal transmission level (Low frequency 0~15.5dBm setting by 0.5dBm step) The transmission level of DTMF signal is adjusted. (lower frequency) 00000: 0dBm 11111: -15.5 dBm (-0.5dBm x 31) SW-B6 No. 6 ~ No. 8 Reserved Set to "0". SW-B7 No. 1 ~ No. 5 DTMF signal transmission level (High frequency 0~15.5dBm setting by 0.5dBm step) The transmission level of DTMF signal is adjusted. (higher frequency) 00000: 0dBm 11111: -15.5 dBm (-0.5dBm x 31) SW-B7 No. 6 ~ No. 8 Reserved Set to "0". SW-C1 No. 1, No. 2 Reading slice (Binary) Used to determine the set value of reading density in standard/fine/super-fine mode. The standard setting is "00"(Factory setting is "00"). SW-C1 No. 3, No. 4 Reading slice (Half tone) Used to determine the set value of reading density in half tone mode. The standard setting is "00"(Factory setting is "00").
SW-D3 No. 1 ~ No. 5 CI off detection timer (0~1550ms setting by 50ms step) Set the minimum time period of CI signal interruption which affords to be judged as a CI OFF section with 50ms steps. (Example) SW-E3 No. 1 Disconnect the line when DTMF "#" is received during TEL/FAX automatic switching mode When set to "1", if machine detects the DTMF code # during phone/fax automatic switching mode, stop the pseudo ringer and disconnect the line. This effect when operator want to stop the pseudo ringer from extension phone connected with parallel. SW-E3 No. 2 ~ No. 8 Reserved Set to "0".
SW-F1 No. 1, No. 2 DTMF detection time Used to set detect time of DTMF (Dual Tone Multi Frequency) used in remote reception(5 ). The longer the detect time is, the less the error detection is caused by noises. SW-F1 No. 3 Protection of remote reception (5 Used to set the function of remote reception (5 the remote reception function is disabled. ) detection ). When set to "1",
SW-G3 No. 3, No. 4 Section time of quiet detection The switch which sets the time from the start of detection function to the end of the function. SW-G3 No. 5 ~ No. 8 Reserved Set to "0" SW-G4 No. 1 ~ No. 6 Quiet detect level setting (0~-44dBm setting by 1dBm step) This is used to change the quiet detect level setting. If quiet detection is difficult due to noise, reduce this setting level. (Example) Factory setting : (- 44dBm) (- 40dBm) SW-G4 No. 7 Fax switching when A.M. full If the answering machines memory (tape) is full and there is no response, the machine automatically switches to Fax reception. SW-G4 No. 8 Reserved Set to "0". SW-H1 No. 1 Busy tone continuous sound detect time Set detecting time busy tone continuous sound for 5 seconds or 10 seconds. SW-H1 No. 2 Reserved Set to "0". SW-H1 No. 3 Busy tone detect continuation sound detect Used to select detection of the continuous sound of certain frequency. SW-H1 No. 4 Reserved Set to "0". SW-H1 No. 5 Busy tone detect intermittent sound detect Used to select detection of the intermittent sound of certain frequency. SW-H1 No. 6, No. 7 Busy tone detection pulse number Used to set detection of Busy tone intermittent sounds. SW-H1 No. 8 Reserved Set to "0". SW-H2 No. 1 ~ No. 8 Reserved Set to "0". SW-I1 No. 1 ~ No. 8 Reserved Set to "0". SW-I2 No. 1 ~ No. 8 Reserved Set to "0". SW-I3 No. 1 ~ No. 8 Reserved Set to "0". SW-I4 No. 1 ~ No. 8 Reserved Set to "0". SW-I5 No. 1 ~ No. 8 Reserved Set to "0". SW-I6 No. 1 ~ No. 8 Reserved Set to "0". SW-I7 No. 1 ~ No. 8 Reserved Set to "0". SW-I8 No. 1 ~ No. 8 Reserved Set to "0". SW-J1 No. 1 Sender's phone number setting Used to make a choice of whether the registered sender's phone number can be changed or not. If the switch is set to "1", new registration of the sender's phone number is disabled to prevent accidental wrong input. SW-J1 No. 2 Summer time setting Used to set YES/NO of automatic clock adjustment for Summer time. SW-J1 No. 3, No. 4 Ringer Volume Used to adjust ringing volume. SW-J1 No. 5, No. 6 Speaker Volume Used to adjust sound volume from a speaker. SW-J1 No. 7 Polling key If this switch is set to 1, the last of Rapid key works as polling key. SW-J1 No. 8 Reserved Set to "0". SW-J2 No. 1 ~ No. 5 Reserved Set to "0". SW-J2 No. 6 Speaker monitor function Used to select whether to make the speaker monitor function valid or not. SW-J2 No. 7 Saving energy start timing Used to set the time between the machines stand-by state (clock indication) after operation and saving energy mode. It is possible to set the time to either 5 sec or 180 sec (default). SW-J2 No. 8 Saving energy mode Used to select whether to make the saving energy mode valid or not. SW-J3 No. 1 ~ No. 3 Communication results printout (Transaction report) It is possible to obtain transaction results after each communication. Normally,the switch is set (No. 1 : 0, No. 2 : 0, No. 3 : 0) so that the transaction report is produced only when a communication error is encountered. If No.1 was set to 0 and No. 2 to 1 and No. 3 to 0, the transaction report will be produced every time a communicaion is done, even if the communicaion was successful. Setting No. 1 to 0 and No. 2 to 1 and No. 3 to 1 will disable this function. No transaction report printed. SW-J3 No. 4 Time format When set to "0", 24hour time format is used. When set to "1", 12hour time format is used. SW-J3 No. 5 Date format When set to "0", Day-Month-Year format is used. When set to "1", Month-Day-Year format is used. SW-J3 No. 6 ~ No. 8 Reserved Set to "0". SW-K1 No. 1 Entering diag mode by pressing SPEED key A bit which is used in the production process only. When the SPEED key is pressed, the switch is changed from the stand-by state to the diag mode. SW-K1 No. 2 ~ No. 8 Reserved Set to "0".
Separation rubber Last page of document Back of document
5. Recording block 5-1. General view
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First page of document
Scanner frame Platen roller
Feed plate Paper feed roller
3-5. Documents requiring use of document carrier
1) Documents smaller than 148mm x 140mm. 2) Documents thinner than the thickness of 0.06mm. 3) Documents containing creases, folds, or curls, especially those whose surface is curled (maximum allowable curl is 5mm). 4) Documents containing tears. 5) Carbon-backed documents. (Insert a white sheet of paper between the carbon back and the document carrier to avoid transfer of carbon to the carrier.) 6) Documents containing an easily separable writing material (e.g., those written with a lead pencil). 7) Transparent documents. 8) Folded or glued documents. Document in document carrier should be inserted manually into the feeder.
Paper guide Head guide Thermal head
Via the pulse motor gear shaft, the reduction gear, and the recording paper feed gear, rotation of the pulse motor is conveyed to the recording paper feed roller to feed the recording paper.
Use of a thermal head permits easier maintenance and low operating costs.
1) Thermal head
The thermal head consists of 1728-dot heat elements arranged in a single row and has the resolution of 8 dots/mm. The maximum recording speed is 10ms/line. The thermal head also incorporates a 1728-dot shift register latch and output control driver circuit. Low power consumption is achieved by dividing the head into nine segments.
4. Document release 4-1. General
To correct a jammed document or to clean the document running surface, pull the insertion side of document center of the operation panel. To open the upper document guide, the operation panel must be opened first.
2) Structure of the recording mechanism
2. PWB configuration
TEL/LIU PWB CIS CONTROL PWB
There are two ways of starting reception, manual and automatic. Depression of the START key in the off-hook mode in the case of manual receive mode, or CI signal detection by the LIU in the automatic receive mode. First, the FC200 controls the procedure signals from the modem to be ready to receive data. When the program goes into phase C, the serial data from the modem is converted to parallel form in the modem interface of the 1 chip fax engine (FC200) which is stored in the receive buffer of the RAM. The data in the receive buffer is decoded software-wise to reproduce it as binary image data in the image buffer. The data is DMA transferred to the recording processor within the FC200 which is then converted from parallel to serial form to be sent to the thermal head. The data is printed line by line by the FC200 which is assigned to control the motor rotation and strobe signal.
POWER SUPPLY PWB PANEL PWB TX/RX MOTOR AC CORD
1) Control PWB
The control PWB controls peripheral PWBs, mechanical parts, transmission, and performs overall control of the unit. This machine employs a 1 chip modem (FM209) which is installed on the control PWB.
To make a copy on this facsimile, the COPY key is pressed when the machine is in stand-by with a document on the document table and the telephone set is in the on-hook state. First, depression of the COPY key advances the document to the scan line. Similar to the transmitting operation, the image signal from the CIS is converted to a binary signal in the DMA mode via the 1 chip fax engine (FC200) which is then sent to the image buffer of the RAM. Next, the data is transferred to the recording processor in the DMA mode to send the image data to the thermal head which is printed line by line. The copying takes place as the operation is repeated.
2) TEL/LIU PWB
This PWB controls connection of the telephone line to the unit.
3) Power supply PWB
This PWB provides voltages of +5V and +24V to the other PWBs.
4) Panel PWB
The panel PWB allows input of the operation keys.
5) LCD PWB
This PWB controls the LCD display.
 Circuit description of control PWB
Fig. 2 shows the functional blocks of the control PWB, which is composed of 4 blocks.
3) 27E010 (IC5): pin-32 DIP (ROM)
ROM of 1 Mbit equipped with software for the main CPU.
4) W24258S-70LE (IC3): pin-28 SOP (SRAM)
Line memory for the main CPU system RAM area and coding/decoding process. Used as the transmission buffer. Memory of recorded data such as daily report and auto dials. When the power is turned off, this memory is backed up by the lithium battery.
MAIN CONTROL BLOCK
Pin Name Pin No. I/O Input Type HU Output Type Pin Description
OPI/GPIO/ SSCLK1 OPI/GPIO LEDCTL LCDCS GPIO GPIO/SASTXD GPIO/SASRXD GPIO/SASCLK GPIO/CPCIN GPIO/SSCLK2 GPIO/SSTXD2 GPIO/SSRXD2 GPIO/FWRn GPIO/FRDn GPIO/SSSTAT2 GPIO/BE/ SERINP GPIO/CSn GPIO/CSn GPIO/CSn GPIO/CSn GPIO/IRQ GPIO GPIO/IRQn GPIO/RDY/ SEROUT GPIO/ALTTONE SM[3:0]/GPO[7:4] PM[3:0]/GPO[3:0] TONE -Vref/CLREF ADXG ADGA ADVA ADGD +Vref VIN THAD1 VSS(12)
107 [103:106] [115:118] 65 7,21,28,45, 53,56,64,88, 95,108,132, 134 14,32,41,48, 81,102,123, 114
I/O I/O O O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O O O O I I
Operator Panel Interface 2XC (Pullup, Hysteresis In) Keyboard return  or GPIO or SSCLK1 (for SSIF1) HU 2XC (Pullup, Hysteresis In) Keyboard return  or GPIO 4XC Indicates outputs OPO[7:0] are for LEDs. 1XC LCD chip select. General Purpose I/O H 2XC (Hysteresis In) GPIO. H 2XC (Hysteresis In) GPIO or SASTXD (for SERIF). H 2XC (Hysteresis In) GPIO or SASRXD (for SERIF). H 2XC (Hysteresis In) GPIO or SASCLK (for SERIF). H 2XC (Hysteresis In) GPIO or Calling Party Control Input. H 2XC (Hysteresis In) GPIO or SSCLK2 (for SSIF2). H 2XC (Hysteresis In) GPIO or SSTXD2 (for SSIF2). H 2XC (Hysteresis In) GPIO or SSRXD2 (for SSIF2). H 2XC (Hysteresis In) GPIO or flash write enable signal for NAND-type flash memory. H 2XC (Hysteresis In) GPIO or flash read enable signal for NAND-type flash memory. H 2XC (Hysteresis In) GPIO or SSSTAT2 (for SSIF2). H 1XC (Hysteresis In) GPIO or bus enable or serial port data input for autobaud detection. H 2XC (Hysteresis In) GPIO or I/O chip select . H 2XC (Hysteresis In) GPIO or I/O chip select . H 2XC (Hysteresis In) GPIO or I/O chip select . H 2XC (Hysteresis In) GPIO or I/O chip select . H 1XC (Hysteresis In) GPIO or external interrupt 8. H 1XC (Hysteresis In) GPIO. H 1XC (Hysteresis In) GPIO or external interrupt 9. H 1XC (Hysteresis In) GPIO or ready signal or Serial port data output for autobaud detection. H 1XC (Hysteresis In) GPIO or ALTTONE. Miscellaneous 1XC Programmable: scan motor control pins or GPO pins. 1XC Programmable: print motor control pins or GPO pins. 1XC Tone output signal. Power, Reference Voltages, Ground -VR Negative Reference Voltage for Video A/D or Reference Voltage for the Clamp Circuit. VXG A/D Internal GND. (NOTE: This pin requires an external 0.22F decoupling capacitor to ADGA.) VADG A/D Analog Ground VADV A/D Analog Power VADG A/D Digital Ground +VR Positive Reference Voltage for Video A/D. VA Analog Video A/D input. TA Analog Thermal A/D input. Power and Ground Digital Ground
2-2. Rectifying/smoothing circuit
The AC input voltage is rectified by diode D1, 2, 3, 4 and smoothed by capacitor C2 to supply DC voltage to the switching circuit section. Power thermistor TH1 suppresses inrush current at power switch-on.
2-3. Switching circuit
This circuit includes MOS FET Q1 and the gate drive circuit, and components around Q1. In this circuit, the DC voltage supplied from the rectifying/smoothing section is converted into high frequency pulses by ON/OFF repetition of Q1.
2-5. +5V circuit
DC voltage supplied by rectifying the output of transformer T1 with diode D8 is stabilized by 3-terminal regulator IC1.
 Circuit description of CIS unit
1. CIS (Contact Image Sensor)
Cis is an image sensor which puts the original paper in close contact with the full-size sensor for scanning, being a monochromatic type with the pixel number of 1,728 dots and the main scanning density of 8 dots/mm. It is composed of sensor, rod lens, LED light source, light-conductive plate, control circuit and so on, and the reading line and focus are previously adjusted as the unit. Due to the full-size sensor, the focus distance is so short that the set is changed from the light weight type to the compact type.
T 1.984s CISCLK
The following clock is supplied from FC200 of the control board, and VO is output.
5ms Approx.5V 0V
2V(TYP) (White original paper)
C E F G H
D0 D1 D2 D3 D4 D5 D6 D7 C117 1
 Control PWB circuit Main control block
+5V R150 10K (2-5B) (3-4B)
SYSCLK MIRQ R111 C116 33K R109 1000P 33K R108 33K
C145 0.1 DG DG DG N L
45 7.53.56 64.88
RAx 4 RAx 4
C130 1000P C114 1000P C126 1000P C147 1000P C149 1000P C175 1000P DG C152 1000P DG DG
CNLIUA-9 CNLIUA-5 CNLIUA-4 CCDG
28 VSS 21 VSS 72 68
C190 1000P DG
VSS VSS VSS VSS VSS 95.108 VSS VDD VDD VDD VDD VDD VDD VDD VDD
C209 1000P C196 1000P
(1-5A)(6-3E) (1-5A) (1-5A)
DEBUG RESET TEST ADVA ADXG ADGA ADGD D0 D1 D2 D3 D4 D5 D6 D7 TSTCLK SYSCLK MIRQ
(4-4D) (5-2A) (1-6B) (6-4I) (1-6B) (1-6B) GPIO20 GPIO19 GPIO18 GPIO17 GPIO16 GPIO15
CUTI VREFCONT CML SPMUTE HS CI A B C D E F G RRAx 4
RGPIO14 GPIO13 GPIO12 GPIO11 GPIO10
39 NC 40 VREF_S1/NCVC_S1/NCVAA_S1/NCLINEOUT_S1/NCNC 45 AGNDSPKRP_S1/NCSPKRM_S1/NCAVDD_S1/NCRESERVED1/NCICLK_S1/NCMCLK_P 52 CTRLSIN_P 53 RESERVED 54 SOUT_P 55 SIN_P 56 FSYNC_P 57 IARESET_P# 58 AGNDNC 60 LINEIN_P 61 MICP_P 62 MICM_P 63 MICBIAS_P 64
GPO5 GPO6 VDD4 GPO7 GPI7 GPI6 GPI5 GPI4 GPI3 GPI2 READ# CS# WRITE# CSBR#3/RESERVED2 D0 DGND3 D1 VDD3 DGND2 D2 D3 D4 D5 D6 D7 VDD2 MCLK_S1/NC2 ICLK_P NC AVDD_P SPKRM_P SPKRP_P AGND4 LINEOUT_P VAA_P VC_P VREF_P NC
NOTES: 1 FOR -S OPTIONS 2 FOR ALL OTHER OPTIONS 3 FOR -R OPTIONS
Packing material & Accessories
Control PWB unit
TEL-Liu PWB unit
Document guide upper
Power supply PWB unit
Because parts marked with " " is indispensable for the machine safety maintenance and operation, it must be replaced with the parts specific to the product specification.
 Cabinet, etc.
46 CAM SWITCH CABLE MOTOR CABLE
DOCUMENT GUIDE UPPER
SCANNER UNIT 29 34
B3 BB3 B4
NO. PARTS CODE
PRICE RANK NEW MARK PART RANK
 Cabinet etc.
58 B1 B3 B4 B5 B7 DCEKK201CFF01 DCEKK201CFF02 CCNW-212AXH01 MSPRC2954FFZZ NGERP2318XHZZ PGIDM2560XHSA PGIDM2560XHSC PGIDM2561XHSA PGIDM2561XHSC PHOP-2104FFSA PHOP-2104FFSC QSW-M2296XHZZ CCNW-215AFF01 GCABB2343FFSA GCABB2343FFSC MSPRP3119XHZZ MSPRP3123XHZZ DCEKL227CFF01 GCASP2110XHSD GCASP2110XHSE GCASP2111XHSA GCASP2111XHSC MLEVP2320XHZZ QACCE2013BMZZ RDENT2144XHZZ GDAI-2083FFZZ MLEVP2316XHZZ MSPRD3116FFZZ PGIDM2563XHSA PGIDM2563XHSC LBSHP2112XHZZ LFRM-2208FFZZ LHLDZ2184XHZZ LHLDZ2185XHZZ MSPRC3112FFZZ MSPRC3148FFZZ NGERH2478XHZZ NROLR2425XHZZ QCNW-209AXHZZ QCNW-210AXHZZ RHEDZ2059XHZZ CPWBX3084FF01 GDAI-2082XHSA GDAI-2082XHSC LSTPP2054XHZZ MLEVP2319XHZZ PGIDM2566XHZZ RCORF2064XHZZ HPNLH2392XHSV HPNLH2392XHS4 MLEVP2321XHZZ LX-BZ2138FFZZ XEBSD30P08000 XBBSD30P06000 XBPSN40P06K00 XEBSD30P12000 AK AD AC AC N N N N N N N N N N N N N N N N N N N N N N N N N N N N N N N N N N N N N N N N N N N N N N N N N E E C C C C C C C C C B C D D C C E C C C C C B E C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C B E C C C C C B D D C C C C C C Operation panel unit Operation panel unit Panel cable assy Hopper spring Pinion gear Hopper,guide,left Hopper,guide,left Hopper,guide,right Hopper,guide,right Hopper cover Hopper cover Door sensor Speaker assy Lower cabinet Lower cabinet Panel lock lever spring Speaker holder lever spring TEL/Liu PWB unit PWB case,top PWB case,top PWB case,bottom PWB case,bottom Hook switch joint lever AC cord assy Power supply PWB unit Paper support guide Paper sensor lever Paper sensor lever spring PO guide PO guide Platen bearing Head frame Head holder,left Head holder,right Head spring 1 Head spring 2 Platen gear Platen roller Head cable Head earth cable Thermal head Control PWB unit(Without ROM) Handset cover Handset cover Panel stopper Hook switch lever Head guide Core(TRA31) Decoration panel Decoration panel Release lever Screw(2x6) Screw(3x8) Screw(3x6) Screw(4x6) Screw(3x12)  
     
AC AC AK AK AH AH AC BA AC AE AC AB AC AC
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Enhancing features with add-on applications
Enhancing features with add-on applications. 183 Installing. 184 Installing from your computer. 184 Installing applications on storage media. 186 Installing from the Internet. 186 Deleting installed add-on applications. 187
Backing up your CLI handheld data and applications
Backing up your CLI handheld data and applications. 172 Backing up data and applications to your computer with the HotSync operation. 172
Transferring data from another CLI handheld
Transferring data from another CLI handheld. 189 Transferring data using Palm Desktop for CLI. 189
Protecting your data with a password
Entering personal information. 174 Locking your CLI handheld with a password (Data protection). 176 Turning off your CLI handheld after locking. 176 Setting your CLI handheld to be locked automatically. 178 Protecting data. 179 Assigning a password. 179 Changing or deleting a password. 180 Hiding or masking private data. 181
This chapter explains the basic operations of your CLI handheld such as using the stylus and the Jog Dial navigator, locating components and starting applications. This chapter also gives an overview of menus that are common to applications and explains how to select character fonts.
Basic operations. Starting an application. Using CLIE 3D Launcher. Using the Palm OS Standard screen. Changing fonts. Common menu items. 37 38
Operating using the stylus and the Jog Dial navigator.
Using the stylus
What is a stylus?
A stylus is a pen-like device for operating your CLI handheld by directly touching the screen.
Where is the stylus located? The stylus is stored in your CLI handheld. The exact storage location varies depending on your model. b For details, refer to CLI handheld components in the Read This First (Operating Instructions).
To prevent losing the stylus, always put it back in its holder on your CLI handheld after use.
You can operate your CLI handheld using the stylus in the following ways.
Lightly pressing the required item on the screen with the stylus is called Tapping. When entering text with the on-screen keyboard or starting an application, tap the desired button or icon with the stylus.
Touching the required item on the screen with the stylus and moving it along the screen surface is called Dragging. Just as you drag the mouse on your computer, you can use the stylus to drag the scroll bar to scroll the screen, or to drag across characters to highlight them.
Font style cannot be changed for some applications.
Common menu items
The following list describes functions that are common for your CLI handheld applications, such as Date Book, Address Book, To Do List, and Memo Pad. To display the menu, tap (Menu) while starting the application. For menu items that are specific to an application, refer to the Menu description for each application.
Some menus may not be displayed depending on the display style.
Undo Reverses the action of the last edit command. For example, if you used [Cut]to remove text, [Undo] restores the text you removed. Removes the selected text and stores it temporarily in the memory of your CLI handheld. You can paste the text you cut into another area of the current application or into other applications. Copies the selected text and stores it temporarily in the memory of your CLI handheld. You can paste the text you copied into another area of the current application or into other applications. Inserts the text that you cut or copied at the selected point. If you did not previously cut or copy text, paste has no effect. Selects all of the text in the current record or screen. This function enables you to cut or copy all of the text and paste it at the selected point. Opens the on-screen keyboard. Opens the list of Graffiti 2 character strokes. You can view the required stroke order for characters as needed.
Keyboard Graffiti 2 Help
This chapter explains how to enter text on your CLI handheld.
Entering text on your CLI handheld. Using Graffiti 2 writing to enter text. Using Decuma Input to enter text. Using the on-screen keyboard to enter text. 54 59
You can enter text by the following methods, other than the hardware keyboard.
Handwriting input system
Graffiti 2 (page 41) Enter text using the freehand input characters, called Graffiti 2. Once you get used to entering text using Graffiti 2, it is much faster than entering text with the on-screen keyboard. Decuma Input (page 54) Decuma Input converts your handwriting into typed text and can be used to input text with any application. Simply write in the input area in the lower part of the screen. The interpretation of your handwriting is displayed in the same place you write.
3 Use the tables on the previous pages to find the
stroke shape for the letter you want to create.
There are several different stroke shapes available for some letters. For those letters, choose the one that is easier for you. You use the same shape to create both the upper case and lower case version of a letter.
4 Position the stylus on the Lower case letter area
of the Graffiti 2 writing area. Start your stroke at the dot and draw the stroke shape as it is displayed in the tables.
Position the stylus
You must begin the character strokes in the Graffiti 2 writing area. If you do not make Graffiti 2 strokes in the Graffiti 2 writing area, your CLI handheld does not recognize them as text characters.
Notes on writing Graffiti 2 characters Recognition accuracy improves when you write large characters. You should draw strokes that nearly fill the Graffiti 2 writing area. Write at natural speed. Writing too slowly can generate recognition errors. Do not write on a slant. Vertical strokes should be parallel to the sides of the Graffiti 2 writing area.
Using navigation strokes and shortcuts
Using navigation strokes
When you are entering text or operating an application, you can use navigation strokes within the field of the application. For details, refer to the following and Graffiti 2 Help on your CLI handheld.
Back Space Cut Paste Menu Command* Punctuation Shift Copy Undo
*Certain function icons, such as Copy and Delete, will display only when that function is available.
If the letter L is registered as a menu command for an application, the letters K, T, I, and X will not work as menu commands. This is because the first stroke of these two-stroke letters will be mistakenly recognized as the command L. If there is no command L, any or all of the four letters can be registered as menu commands.
Default shortcuts are registered on your CLI handheld. To use a shortcut, write the shortcut stroke followed by the shortcut characters. When you write the shortcut stroke, the Short Cut Shift indicator is displayed at the insertion point to show that you are in Shortcut mode. For example, if you write the Graffiti 2 writer shortcut ds ( , , and ) in the Graffiti 2 writing area, this enters the current date and time. For details, refer to the following. The following are the Graffiti 2 Shortcuts that are registered on your CLI handheld:
Date stamp Time stamp Date/time stamps Meeting
ds ts dts me
Breakfast Lunch Dinner
* From this point onwards, where Windows XP Home Edition and Windows XP Professional are common, they will both be referred to as Windows XP. **In Windows XP, the task tray is called Notification area. In this manual, it is written as task tray (Notification area).
If you cannot perform the HotSync operation Refer to the Troubleshooting Q&A.
Using Palm Desktop for CLI
Palm Desktop for CLI enables you to view the data transferred from your CLI handheld by the HotSync operation, on your computer. Additionally, Palm Desktop for CLI has the same functions as Date Book, Address Book, To Do List, and Memo Pad so that you can enter or modify schedules or address book data on your computer and export data to your CLI handheld.
Starting Palm Desktop for CLI
(Palm Desktop for CLI) on
You can also click [Start], select [Programs] (for Windows XP, select [All Programs]), [Sony Handheld], and click [Palm Desktop for CLI]. Palm Desktop for CLI starts.
To quit Palm Desktop for CLI Click at the top right of the window or select [Exit] from the File menu.
Locating components of Palm Desktop for CLI
A List pane Displays the records in the current Desktop application. B Application Launch bar Click an icon to open the associated application. C Install icon Click this icon to display the Install Tool dialog box. You can install applications onto your CLI handheld with the HotSync operation.
b For details, refer to Installing on page 184.
D User selector Displays the user name of the current information. E Record pane Displays full details of the record that is selected in the List pane. The information displayed here is the same as that displayed on your CLI handhelds Details screen.
Basic operations of Palm Desktop for CLI
Click the icon of the application you want to use. The window switches to the selected application window. Basic operations for each application are the same as those of the corresponding CLI handheld application.
b For details on operations, refer to the online help of Palm
Desktop for CLI. To display the online help, select [Palm Desktop Help] from [HELP].
Changing the user name of your CLI handheld 1 In the Palm Desktop for CLI window, click [Users] from the Tools menu. The Users dialog box is displayed. 2 Click the user name you want to change and click [Rename]. 3 Enter a new user name and click [OK]. Your CLI handheld user name is changed at the next HotSync operation. When using the Microsoft Windows XP operating system When you start Palm Desktop for CLI software on your computer, and select [Custom], [File Link], [View Log], or [Setup] from [HotSync], the configuration window may open behind Palm Desktop for CLI window. In this case, bring the configuration window to the front by performing one of the following: Press the Alt and Tab keys at the same time. Click (HotSync) at the bottom right of the Windows task tray (Notification area).
The screen color theme is set to [Original] by default.
This function is not applicable to all applications.
Setting the display format for time, date, and numbers
Selecting a regional default
When you select the region where you use your CLI handheld, the display format of the time, date, week start day, and numbers are adjusted to the regional default. For example, in the United Kingdom, time is expressed using a 24-hour clock; in the United States, time is expressed using a 12-hour clock with an AM or PM suffix. The regional default setting is applied to the display formats of all your CLI handheld applications. However, you can customize your own settings for each unit, such as time or date.
Tap V at the top right of the Preferences screen, and select [Formats]. Tap V next to [Preset to:], and select a region name.
Customizing your own settings
You can customize your own settings for the display formats of the time, date, week start day, and numbers. The settings are applied to the display formats of all your CLI handheld applications.
Tap V at the top right of the Preferences screen, and select [Formats]. Tap V next to [Time:], and select the desired format. Tap V next to [Date:], and select the desired format. Tap V next to [Week starts:], and select [Sunday] or [Monday].
This setting is applied to the Day, Week, Month, and Agenda views in Date Book and all other applications displaying calendars.
Tap V next to [Numbers:], and select the desired format.
Changing the position of the Silk Screen area
You can change the position of the Silk Screen area to the right side or left side of the screen. For example, to change the position of the Silk Screen area from the right to the left side:
Tap V at the top right of the Preferences screen, and select [Extension]. Tap V at the [Silk Position:], and tap [Left] from the list box.
The position of the Silk Screen area is changed to the left side. Tip
You can change the position of the Silk Screen area to right side by tapping [Right] in step 2.
Switching the keyboard-illumination
You can turn the keyboard-illumination on or off. For example, to turn it off:
Tap V at the top right of the Preferences screen, and tap [Extension] from the list box. Tap V at [Keyboard LED:], and tap [Off] from the list box.
Click (HotSync) in the Windows task tray (Notification area) at the bottom right of the computer window, and select [Custom] from the HotSync Manager menu.
You can also select [Custom] from the HotSync menu of Palm Desktop for CLI. The Custom window is displayed.
Select the user name you are using on your CLI handheld from the list at the top. Select an application in the Conduit list.
The Change HotSync Action window is displayed.
Click to select one of the following:
Synchronize the files Desktop overwrites handheld Handheld overwrites Desktop Do nothing
Click [OK]. Repeat steps 2 to 6 to customize conduit settings for other applications (or other users). Click [Done].
The conduit setting is changed.
The conduit setting is applied only to the next HotSync operation. Thereafter, the HotSync Actions revert to their default settings. To set a new setting as the default, in step 5, select the Set as default check box. To restore the default settings, click [Default] in the Custom dialog box.
Synchronizing with external data (File Link)
You can synchronize Address Book or Memo Pad data in your CLI handheld with external files such as Address Book data in your computer (File Link). HotSync Manager stores the files in your computer in a separate category on your Palm Desktop for CLI and your CLI handheld. You can set the File Link feature to start synchronization only when the external file has been updated.
Compatible file formats that you can import with File Link:
Comma delimited (*.csv) Memo Pad archive of Palm Desktop for CLI (*.mpa) Address Book archive of Palm Desktop for CLI (*.aba) Text file (*.txt)
For details on how to set up File Link, refer to the online help of Palm Desktop for CLI.
Customizing HotSync Manager startup and HotSync setup options
Click (HotSync) in the Windows task tray (Notification area) at the bottom right of the computer window, and select [Setup] from the shortcut menu.
The Setup dialog box is displayed.
Click [General] tab, and select the setting as needed.
If you are not sure which option to use, select [Always available]. Always available: Starts the HotSync Manager when Windows starts. This allows you to perform a HotSync operation even when Palm Desktop for CLI is not running. Available only when the Palm Desktop is running: Starts the HotSync Manager when you start Palm Desktop for CLI. Manual: Starts the HotSync Manager only when you select [HotSync Manager] from [start] in Windows.
Click (HotSync) in the Windows task tray (Notification area) at the bottom right of the computer window once again, and select [Setup] from the shortcut menu.
The Setup window is displayed.
Click [Local] tab. Adjust the following settings as needed.
Serial port: Specifies a virtual port for an infrared port. If you are not sure of the connection port, refer to the Infrared Monitor in the Control Panel. Speed: Determines the speed at which files/data are transferred. Try the As Fast As Possible rate first, and adjust downward if you have any problems.
The IR HotSync operation is enabled.
When performing a local HotSync operation with a USB cable, you need to restore the local HotSync settings. b For details, refer to To restore the local HotSync settings on page 125.
You can perform the IR HotSync operation when you have prepared your computer settings, CLI handheld settings, and Conduit Setup.
Rotate the Jog Dial navigator to select the (HotSync) on the CLIE 3D Launcher and press the Jog Dial navigator.
Tap [Local]. Tap V, and select [IR to a PC/Handheld]. Point the IR port of your CLI handheld directly to the IR port of the computer.
For best results, your computer and your CLI handheld should be 4 to 8 inches (approximately 10 to 20 centimeters) apart, and the path between your CLI handheld and the computer must be clear of obstacles.
To restore the local HotSync settings
When performing the local HotSync operation, restore the local HotSync settings with a USB cable.
Connect your CLI handheld to your computer with a USB cable. Click (HotSync) in the Windows task tray (Notification area) at the bottom right of the computer window, and select [Local USB] from the shortcut menu.
Performing the HotSync operation via LAN (LANSync)
To operate LANSync, you must have network manager skills. Consult a network manager prior to setting LANSync. You can perform the HotSync operation via LAN between your computer and another computer connected to your CLI handheld.
LANSync via LAN
LAN Your computer
Prior to performing a LANSync operation
Check the following items: Palm Desktop for CLI is installed in both computers connected by the LAN. Your CLI handheld is placed in the charger cradle connected to the HotSync cable correctly and the charger cradle is connected to the computer properly.
Click t (HotSync) in the Windows task tray (Notification area) at the bottom right of the computer window, and select [Network] from the shortcut menu. Click (HotSync) in the Windows task tray (Notification area) at the bottom right of the computer window once again, and select [Setup] from the shortcut menu.
Do not start applications supplied with your CLI handheld from Internal Media or Memory Stick media.
You can only start the applications stored in the /Palm/Launcher directory by the following operation.
Tap the group menu, and then tap
The applications stored in the Palm/Launcher folder on storage media are displayed. You can start an application in the same way that you start an application of your CLI handheld. If you have assigned a name to the storage media, then the (####) is displayed in that name. Note
Depending on the application, some of the features may not work if you start the application on storage media. In this case, use CLIE Files to copy the files/data in your CLI handheld and use the copied files/data.
Viewing information of storage media (Card Info)
You can view information (e.g., remaining memory space) of storage media with Card Info. Tip
If you use Memory Stick media, insert the Memory Stick media into your CLI handheld before this operation.
Rotate the Jog Dial navigator to select (Card Info) on the CLIE 3D Launcher and press the Jog Dial navigator.
The Card Info screen is displayed. Tip
You can also tap (Card Info) to display the Card Info screen.
Tap V next to [Card:] to select storage media.
The information screen of the storage media is displayed.
Assigning a name to Memory Stick media
You can assign a name to Memory Stick media with Card Info. Note
You can not rename the Internal Media.
Insert the Memory Stick media into your CLI handheld. Rotate the Jog Dial navigator to select (Card Info) on the CLIE 3D Launcher and press the Jog Dial navigator.
The Card Info screen is displayed.
Tap V next to [Card:], and select Tap (Menu).
Tap [Rename Card] from [Card].
The Rename Card dialog box is displayed.
Enter a new name for the inserted Memory Stick media and tap [Rename].
Formatting Memory Stick media
If you format your Memory Stick media, use always CLIE Files or Card Info. The following explains how to format Memory Stick media with CLIE Files. (Purchased Memory Stick media is already formatted for use.) Note
You can not format the Internal Media.
Insert the Memory Stick media into your CLI handheld. Rotate the Jog Dial navigator to select (CLIE Files) on the CLIE 3D Launcher and press the Jog Dial navigator.
Send a file/data.
After the Bluetooth Discovery dialog box is displayed, the list of Bluetooth compatible CLI handhelds within range of the communication area is displayed on the Discovery Results dialog box. Tap to select a CLI handheld to which you want to send data. The Bluetooth Progress dialog box will be displayed on both CLI handhelds. Follow the on-screen instructions. Tip
2 Tap [Disable device name cache] from [Options]. 3 Detect target Bluetooth compatible devices. Note
To view or edit received files/data, applications supporting each file/data must be installed on your CLI handheld.
Performing the wireless HotSync operation with a computer
If you are using a Bluetooth compatible computer, you can perform the wireless HotSync operation between your CLI handheld and your computer.
b For details, refer to Performing the HotSync operation using the Bluetooth
function on page 119.
Connecting to the Internet by communicating with a Bluetooth compatible mobile phone
You can enjoy browsing various websites or send/receive e-mails using your CLI handheld, via a Bluetooth compatible mobile phone.
When you access the Internet via a Bluetooth compatible mobile phone, you need to follow this procedure to pair the device with your CLI handheld.
1 Setting the connection method/Performing pairing 2 Setting up the network connection
What is pairing?
To enable Bluetooth communication between this Bluetooth Module and another Bluetooth compatible device, the device must be identified. This process is referred to as pairing which is necessary to prevent access from unauthorized Bluetooth compatible devices. A common Passkey is used to pair the device with this Bluetooth Module.
1 Setting the connection method/Performing pairing
You need to set the communication method and perform pairing for Bluetooth communications.
You can also tap (Prefs) to display the Preferences screen.
Tap V at the top right of the screen, and select [Connection].
The list of Available Connections is displayed.
The Edit Connection screen is displayed.
1Name: Enter any connection name you like. Custom is displayed by default. 2Connect to: Tap V and select [Modem]. 3Via: Tap V and select [Bluetooth]. 4Dialing: Tap V and select the type of telephone circuit you use. The most common selection is [TouchTone]. 5Volume: Tap V and select the speaker volume to browse the Internet.
Tap [Tap to Find] next to [Device:].
Bluetooth compatible device discovery begins in the vicinity of your CLI handheld. When the discovery is complete, Bluetooth compatible devices found around your CLI handheld are displayed.
Select the mobile phone you want to pair with your CLI handheld, and tap [OK].
The Passkey Input screen is displayed on the display of the mobile phone. Tip
What is a Passkey?
Enter a Passkey on the mobile phone, and click [OK].
The Authentication screen appears on your CLI handheld.
Enter the same Passkey you entered in step 7 and tap [OK] on your CLI handheld.
Pairing is completed on your CLI handheld and the mobile phone. The communication method you have set is added to the list of Available Connections by the name you entered in [Name:] in step 3.
Enter a Passkey to activate security. If the security is off and you access the Internet from your CLI handheld through a Bluetooth compatible mobile phone, you may be charged the telephone line rental fee that someone else should be paying for.
2 Setting up the network connection
You need to set up the network connection in the Preferences screen.
Tap V at the top right of the Preferences screen, to select [Network]. Enter the information about your Internet Service Provider (ISP).
1Service Select the service (ISP name) to be used. If a service you want to use is not listed, select [New] from the menu and add the service name to the list. 2User Name Enter the user name specified by ISP. 3Password Enter the password specified by your ISP.
4Connection Select the connection that is compliant with your network card. 5Phone Enter the phone number of the access point specified by your ISP. Tip
For details, contact your ISP or telephone carrier.
Connecting to the Internet
Turn on the power of the mobile phone and activate Bluetooth communications.
For detailed operations, refer to the manual of the mobile phone.
Start the appropriate application on the CLIE 3D Launcher of your CLI handheld. Start browsing websites, sending or receiving e-mail.
A dial-up connection is executed.
If you cannot connect to the Internet
Tap V at the top right of the Preferences screen, and select [Network]. Tap [Connect] at the bottom of the screen. If you still cannot connect to the Internet, perform pairing again for the Bluetooth compatible device (mobile phone), following the instructions in Connecting on page 160.
After using the Internet
Stop the dial-up connection on your CLI handheld. b For detailed operations, refer to the CLI Application Manual on your
Terminate Bluetooth communications on the mobile phone.
Bluetooth communication between your CLI handheld and the mobile phone is automatically cut off when the dial-up connection is disconnected.
This chapter explains how to use the calculator and how to efficiently search for records.
Using the Calculator (Calc). 166 Finding records. 169
Using the Calculator (Calc)
You can perform basic calculations with Calculator. Moreover, you can save values in the calculator memory and recall them from the memory.
Rotate the Jog Dial navigator to select (Calc) on the CLIE 3D Launcher, and press the Jog Dial navigator.
You can also tap (Calc) to start the application.
To use Calculator, tap the numbers or symbols on the screen with the stylus.
The functions of the Calculator buttons
The calculator has several buttons to help you perform calculations.
CE Clears the last number you entered. Use this button if you make a mistake while entering numbers. This button enables you to re-enter the number without starting the calculation again. Clears the entire calculation and enables you to start a new calculation. Toggles the current number between positive and negative. If you want to enter a negative number, enter the number and then tap this button. Adds the current number to the total value in the memory. Each number you enter with this button is added to the total value stored in the Calculator memory. The number to be added can be either a calculated value or the number you entered by pressing the number buttons. Pressing this button has no effect on the current calculation (or series of calculations); it merely adds the value to the memory. Recalls the total value stored in the Calculator memory and inserts it in the current calculation. Clears any value that is stored in the Calculator memory. Calculates the square root of the entered number. Tap the button after entering the number.
Using the Calculator menus
Copy, Paste Copies values from Calculator and pastes them into another application. You can also paste numeric values you copied from another application, such as Memo Pad, into Calculator.
Recent Calculations You can review the last series of calculations. (If you quit the application, the contents of the calculation is cleared.) Shows the version information for Calculator.
Using the Find option
You can find records, such as Date Book, Address Book, To Do List, or Memo Pad data on your CLI handheld, by entering the whole word or the first few letters. The search results are displayed by application. This feature helps if you do not remember which application you used to create the record you are searching for. Note
The Find option is not compatible with some application data.
The Find dialog box is displayed.
Enter the text you want to find.
You can enter letters, symbols, or numbers.
The Find option starts to search and displays the list of search results. Comments attached to data can also be searched for.
Tap the data you want to view in the list of search results.
The application associated with the data automatically starts and opens the data.
To stop searching
Tap [Stop] and [Exit]. To resume the search, tap [Find More]. Note
The Find option is not case sensitive; searching for sony also finds Sony.
If you select text in an application prior to tapping placed in the Find dialog box. (Find), the text is automatically
This chapter explains how to make a backup of your CLI handheld data.
You can create a backup of your CLI handheld data by storing data to your computer through the HotSync operation.
Backing up data and applications to your computer with the HotSync operation
By the default settings, you can back up the following data to your computer through the HotSync operation: Memo Pad files/data Address Book files/data To Do List files/data Date Book files/data Preferences files/data Application files/data that have been installed using the HotSync operation User information files to perform the HotSync operation When the HotSync operation is performed, the backup data is compared with the data in your computer, and the newer data becomes effective. If you perform a hard reset, all data stored in your CLI handheld is erased and the initial status will be restored. If this happens, you can restore the backup data from your computer that was created through the previous HotSync operation. Note also that, if you stored data and applications in the Internal Media of your CLI handheld, even if you perform a hard reset, the data and applications are retained. Notes
If you perform the HotSync operation between your new CLI handheld and Palm Desktop for CLI for your old CLI handheld, and use the old user name, then setup information specific to the old CLI handheld will be transferred with data. This may causes some problems. Similarly, if you try performing the HotSync operation with your old CLI handheld, problems may also arise. Do not transfer data by this method.
The screen to select the user name is displayed when performing the HotSync operation in your CLI handheld
Enter a name that is different from the user name of your CLI handheld being used. If the same user name is used, Palm Desktop for CLI will not recognize your CLI handheld properly and the data of the respective models will be mixed or deleted. Moreover, if you copy Unsaved Preferences from another CLI handheld to your CLI handheld, you will not be able to manage your CLI handheld with another name, since the user name is also copied.
Note on performing the HotSync operation on another CLI handheld
When using a new CLI handheld, install Palm Desktop for CLI supplied with the newly purchased CLI handheld. Before installing the new Palm Desktop for CLI, uninstall the old Palm Desktop for CLI being used, from your computer.
Add-on applications.183 Deleting the add-on applications.187 Enhancing the features.183 Installing applications on storage media.186 Installing from the Internet.186 Installing from your computer.184 Quitting.16 Starting.14 Application buttons.96 Archive.64, 114 Automatic power-off time.98
Brightness. 97 Buttons. 96, 97
Calculating. 166 functions of the Calculator buttons. 167 Using the Calculator menus. 168
CLIE 3D Launcher
Application manager icon. 24 CLIE 3D Launcher group. 18 Creating a new group. 20 Deleting a group. 21 Displaying information about applications. 25 Locating the components. 17 Menu List. 26 Ordering listed groups. 20 Selecting a group. 21 Using Favorite Applications (shortcuts). 22
Backing up data
Backing up data and applications to your computer with the HotSync operation.172 Basic operations.10
Copying files/data on storage media to your CLI handheld. 143 Copying your CLI handheld files/data to storage media. 140 Deleting files/data on storage media. 145 Exchanging files/data without using CLIE Files. 150 Menu items. 149 Starting. 138 Common menu items. 38 Communication device. 107 Conduit. 112 Connection. 107
Beam Receive feature
Beaming.154 IR HotSync.123 Receiving.156 What you can do.153 Bluetooth function Communicating with a Bluetooth compatible mobile phone.160 Exchanging files/data.158 HotSync operation using the Bluetooth function.119 Performing the wireless HotSync operation with a computer.159 Setting.73 Turning on or off.73 What you can do.158
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