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Dear Loyal Customer: First, thank you for purchasing the Zaurus K-PDA and welcome to the Zaurus family. We are sure you will soon find that your new assistant will change your life and the way you do business. We would briefly like to share with you our vision. Your Zaurus exists today thanks to an incredible amount of effort and determination from our entire Zaurus team (not to mention numerous pots of black coffee). Our team at Sharp has a dream to change the way we all do business. As a business person, you already know that access to information and people anytime, anywhere is the key to gaining a competitive edge in this fast-paced information age. We feel Zaurus is the tool that can deliver this to you. It is simple to use, has months of battery life, and fits in your pocket. How did we come up with the idea for Zaurus? Many of us found that we were lugging around notebook computers to take notes, generate summaries, and report back to our office and clients. We also found that we had a lot of "down time" that could be put to better use; sitting on trains and planes, waiting for clients, and even in meetings. Now that we are using the Zaurus, we travel lighter, work smarter, and stay more in touch with our contacts and each other. Best of all, we have very little "down time" as our "Zauri" are always with us. Now you know why we say that "Zaurus means business anytime, anywhere".
We need your help to spread the word. Show a friend or someone at work how you use your Zaurus and what it can do for them. As more and more people start using the Zaurus, we can spend even more resources on developing new accessories, add-on software programs, and new versions of the Zaurus. Better yet, if you have a mobile staff or sales force that you would like to equip with Zauri, give us a call at 800-BE-SHARP. We'll show you how you can improve their efficiency and productivity as well as enable them to better keep in touch with their clients and each other. Finally, let us know how you feel about your Zaurus. We look forward to getting letters from our users about how you use it and improvements you would like to see. We cannot promise to answer every letter, but you can be sure we read all of the suggestions you send us. We value feedback from our customers and try to incorporate as many requests as we can in our new products. Each of us takes an incredible amount of personal pride in our work and the Zaurus. We are all Zaurus users. We believe this makes a difference in the products we create. After using the Zaurus, we think you'll agree. Thanks again for purchasing the Zaurus and sharing our dream. We look forward to shaping the future of the information age with you. Sincerely, The Z Team
Notices For any electronic memory device, data may be lost or altered under certain circumstances. Sharp strongly recommends that you keep separate written records of all important data. Sharp assumes no responsibility for data lost or altered as a result of improper use, repairs, defects, battery replacement/failures or any other cause. Sharp assumes no responsibility, directly or indirectly, for financial losses or claims from third parties resulting from the use of this product and any of its functions, such as stolen credit card numbers, loss or alteration of stored data, etc. Information provided in this manual is subject to change without notice. All company and/or product names are trademarks and/or registered trademarks of their respective holders. There are only two differences between the ZR5700 and ZR-5800 models: Memory capacity: ZR-5700. 1 MB ZR-5800. 2 MB Backlight: ZR-5700. Not supported ZR-5800. Supported
The display examples and keyboard illustrations used in this manual are taken from the ZR-5800, although they apply equally to both models. Unless otherwise specified, the information in this manual applies to both models. The Zaurus will be referred to as the "unit" throughout this manual.
From Filer Drawer, select the folder that contains the entry you want to remove. In Filer Index, select the entry to be removed. Touch UTILS and select "Remove This Entry".
A message indicates the entry has been removed.
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In Filer Index, select the entry to be deleted. Touch EDIT and select "Delete Entry". Touch Yes to confirm the deletion. The entry is deleted and disappears from the Filer Index.
Empty a folder
You can empty a folder. This will remove (unassign) all entries from the folder. Removed entries are not deleted from the original application. To empty a folder:
Merging (Moving) folders
At times, you may have two folders whose contents, names or purpose are duplicated. You might want to merge (combine) the two folders into a single folder. To delete all entries in a folder, an alternate method is to merge that folder with the Garbage folder, then touch EDIT and select "Delete Garbage Contents". To undo the deletion of a folder you can merge the Garbage folder with an empty folder. To merge folders:
In Filer Drawer, select the folder you want to empty. Touch UTILS and select "Empty This Folder". Touch Yes to confirm the folder is to be emptied.
The folder contents are removed and the name tab becomes blank, indicating an empty folder.
From Filer Drawer, select the first folder to be merged. Touch MERGE.
Select the second (destination) folder that will be merged, and touch Merge. The contents of the first folder will be appended to the destination folder.
The name of the destination folder has priority. If the folder contains duplicate entries, the duplicates will be removed.
You can send all entries assigned to a folder to another unit via infrared transmission or via optional cable. Sent folder entries will be assigned to the IN folder of the receiving unit. For more information about Unit to Unit transfers, see p. 220. To send a folder to another unit via infrared transmission:
Press GET on the receiving unit.
Touch SEND in the tool bar, select "Unit to Unit", and then select Receive and touch OK.
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Touch FILER on the sending unit. Select the folder in Filer Drawer. Press SEND.
The folder entries will be sent to the receiving unit and assigned to the IN folder. Touch SEND in the tool bar and select "Unit to Unit", then select Send and touch OK.
Generate a Report
Generate a Report makes a new Documents based on the contents of a Filer folder. This makes a new Document entry containing information on entries assigned to a particular folder. For example, you might want to fax a report on your activities for a specified week. The Collect tool can be used to gather your activities into a single folder with a set date range. You can then touch SEND and select "Generate a Report" to make a Documents report entry. In Documents, edit the report and then send it by fax. 2-4-8
You can install and manage add-on software and load PC files received via data transfer by touching MORE. For example, you could install some new software located on your PC card, use it for a while, then delete it if you decide not to use it anymore. Or you could convert a text file received by PC data transfer into a Documents entry. For full details of using MORE, see p. 213.
The unit's Spreadsheets application is a sophisticated utility for managing financial, statistical and other numeric data in a flexible spreadsheet format. With its worksheets and editing features, Spreadsheets looks and feels similar to most of the popular spreadsheet programs currently available, so you can get used to it in no time. It even allows Spreadsheets data to be imported and exported between Microsoft Excel for compatibility with your home or office PC. Spreadsheets offers a comprehensive range of powerful built-in functions, as well as built-in worksheet templates. You can use these together to quickly and easily: Create expense reports Analyze budgets Run a scenario analysis for forecasts Tabulate, summarize and chart data for any purpose. For full details and instructions for using Spreadsheets, see the manual provided separately.
his section describes general operations that can be used with your unit. Contacts and Scrapbook are normally used for examples of these operations. However, the operations described can be applied to most applications and accessories (which are described in detail elsewhere in this manual). For a full explanation of Contacts, see Section 5 Databases. For a full explanation of Scrapbook, see Section 2 Desk Accessories.
Opening Applications and Accessories
To start using an application or accessory, touch the required touch button at the right or left side of the display. Each time you touch a button, the selected application or accessory will appear. Any application that is currently open on the display will be hidden when a new application is selected. You can return to any application at the exact point where you left off by touching it again.
Tool Bar Functions
The tool bar across the top of the display has many common functions as follows: VIEWS/INDEX FILTER SHOW LINKS SET UP EDIT LINK TO FILE IT SEND A small pointer (" ") on the upper right of a tool bar item indicates a menu will be displayed if touched.
Touch the Field Name tab to select it.
Configuring Contacts and Data Files
Contacts and Data Files can be configured using SETUP from the tool bar. Changing Contacts set up:
Touch CONTACTS. Touch SETUP and select Contact 1, 2 or 3.
Select any field and enter the new name.
You can enter up to 12 characters for Field Name. Select Text or Picture to change the field type. If you change the field type, all previous entries in that field are deleted. The first field is always fixed as a text field. This cannot be changed.
The field type for Field 1 is fixed as text. You can specify the field type as picture or text for any of the remaining 15 fields. Note that pictures use more space than text and memory is limited.
Fax number field
The Fax number field is used by the fax function for automatic dialing. The Contacts Business file (Contact 1) has a Fax # field as a default setting, but Fax # field must be set up for Contact 2, 3 and Data Files. Use the above procedure to do this, but in step 5, enter Fax # as one of your fields. When entering fax numbers in the Fax # field, be sure to include hyphens in appropriate places. A hyphen is required following the area code for the fax function to pause and dial correctly.
Touch the Index Form tab to select it.
Touch the First Field: button and select the First Field name from the pop-up menu.
Index View can have up to three fields. Repeat this process for the Second and Third Field.
Touch the field separator icons and adjust them to suit your requirements. To complete your changes, touch OK.
Check your changes in the new Index View display.
Writing and Letters
Notes provides a simple yet powerful means of recording information. Notes lets you easily record handwritten notes and drawings. This can be very convenient during meetings when you are too busy to enter text through the keyboard. After your meeting is over, you can review your notes and comments, add titles from the keyboard and then use these notes as a reference while working with other applications such as Documents.
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Select the Documents entry you want to replace with a PC File in Index View. Touch SEND and select "Replace with PC Files". Select "Main Unit" or "PC Card", to indicate the memory location of the PC File. Select the PC File you want to copy to Documents. Touch OK. Touch OK, if the replacement information is correct.
You can see the data created on a PC in MS Word in Documents or see a Documents entry on a PC in MS Word by using this DocumentsPC Files conversion function. For the details about PC Files, see p. 215. If you convert a Documents entry in RTF format to a PC File by selecting "Copy to PC File" and then get the converted PC File by selecting "Get from PC File", any graphics, center or right alighnment information or header and footer information will be lost.
Below is an example of an Outlines entry in Detail View.
Creating an Outlines entry
A new Outlines entry can be created by entering the title and adding the different levels of topics and subtopics. When creating a new Outlines entry, use the following keys: [ ] To add a new line. [ENTER] To save the topic. [ ] To demote the topic one level. To promote the topic one level. [ ] To make an Outlines entry:
Each individual topic heading is marked with a diamond. Each single topic can have more than one line and can contain up to 2,048 characters.
Touch OUTLINES. Touch EDIT and select "New Outline".
The new outline opens in Detail View.
Enter a title on the first line and press ENTER. Enter the first topic. To enter subsequent lines for any topic, press [ ]. When you complete all subsequent lines, press ENTER. Second and subsequent lines of the topic are hidden and a flashing diamond prompts entry of a new topic. You can only see the first line of each topic, but you can store large amounts of information in one outline.
To view topic contents, touch SHOW and select "Full Topics". All lines are displayed for all topics. To return to the regular display, touch SHOW and select "1 Line Topics".
Outlines are stored alphabetically by title. You can find a desired outline using several methods: Using Index View Use the alphabetical sorting of the outline titles and the letter tabs to find the entry. Using Search function Use the Search function at the left to find the entry. Using Keyword search Press 2nd then F in Index View, enter a keyword and touch Search. These methods of finding entries are similar to those used for Documents entries. For more information, see p. 167.
Full Topics or 1 Line Topics
The SHOW menu lets you change your outline display as follows: 1 Line Topics (default setting) displays each topic as one line, and all subsequent lines are hidden. Full Topics displays all subsequent lines of multiline topics and subtopics.
2nd Q 2nd W
Moves the cursor to the end of a line. Moves the cursor between fields. Steps up through entries or screens. Continues a keyword search backward. Moves the cursor between fields. Steps down through entries or screens. Continues a keyword search forward. Enters numerals 1 to 0.
2nd E 2nd T
2nd U 10 Enters symbols.
Representation in text 2nd I
Function Sets the text style to italics in Documents and Spreadsheet. Sets the text style to bold in Documents and Spreadsheet. Enters PM in a time field. Prints the current display (with printer connected). Enters AM in a time field.
Representation in text 2nd K
Function Enters an accent mark (then enter a letter). Enters an accent mark enter a letter). (then
P 2nd P
Undo [DEL] in Notes and last operation in Spreadsheets. Cuts the specified text, picture or entry to the clipboard (for pasting). Copies the selected text, picture or entry to the clipboard (for pasting). Pastes text, a picture or an entry from the clipboard to the cursor location. Enters an accent mark (then enter a letter). Enters the French character. Enters the German character. Enters a carriage return. Enters a tab in Documents.
A 2nd A
2nd C Redo an undone operation in Spreadsheets. 2nd V 2nd D Stamps the current local date at the cursor position in an entry. Searches for specific text in any application(s). Enters an accent mark (then enter a letter). Enters an accent mark ` (then enter a letter). 2nd B
2nd N 2nd M
Function Switches letters between uppercase and lowercase when held. Enters symbol above a key when held while the key is pressed.
Representation in text WORD
Function Accesses the user word list. Enters a slash. Accesses the symbol selection display. Enters a question mark. Space key. Deletes the character to the right of the cursor when entering or editing data. Deletes entries in Index mode. Deletes the line at the cursor location. Executes operations, stores entries in memory. Stores a copied entry as a new entry, leaves the original entry unchanged.
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Enters a comma. Enters a double quotation mark. Enters a quotation mark. Enters a period. For Calculator, a keyboard period acts as a decimal point. Enters a semicolon.
DEL Enters a colon. Caps lock key; switches letter keys between uppercase and lowercase. Turns the Backlight on and off (applies only to the ZR-5800). Press with another key to access keyboard shortcuts.
2nd ENTER 2nd CAPS
Strong impacts, exposure to electrical fields, and other unusual conditions may render the unit inoperative (pressing keys and touching the display has no effect). If this occurs, you must press the RESET switch on the back using the touch pen or a similar object. Conditions that make the unit inoperative may also erase part or all of the data stored in memory. Do not use sharp objects or objects with breakable tips to press the RESET switch. To perform an All Reset operation:
Choose Recalc Options. in the UTILS menu.
The greater the number you enter for iterations, the more accurate the result of circular computations will be, but the longer it will take to arrive at that result.
Touch OK to close the dialog box and to cause the new iteration count to take effect.
The iteration count for a worksheet is saved with its name and other characteristics. The number of iterations has no effect on the accuracy of non-circular formulas.
Two ways to enter cell and range references in formulas As you enter a formula, you have two ways to insert a cell or range reference: Type the reference, such as B2:E5, using the keyboard. If the blinking edit cursor is at a position to the right of an arithmetic operator (like + or -) or a parenthesis, then touching a cell or range causes that cell or range reference to be inserted in the formula. PenCell automatically assumes you want to insert a cell or range reference if you touch or drag through worksheet cells when inserting a cell reference would be appropriate.
To use a built-in function:
Select a cell. Touch (or touch UTILS and select Insert Function.)
Using the built-in functions PenCell supports certain mathematic business, statistical and miscellaneous functions. You can include built-in functions in your worksheet by typing them or, more simply, by inserting them using. See Appendix B, Function Reference, for the syntax and examples of built-in functions.
Scroll through the list by touching the up and down arrow. Touch the white area above or below the scrolling button to move one page up or down. Touch a function to select it or touch SUM(), AVERAGE(), or COUNT() for the respective function.
Touch Insert to add the selected function and its argument place holder to the formula in the edit bar. Functions that require a specific type of argument include a place holder to remind you what argument to add. (See Syntax of funcitons, for details about arguments.) The place holder is highlighted so all you need to do is type the argument or touch a cell to enter the cell reference. Enter the function argument, if necessary. For example, if you want to compute the statistical average of a set of data in your worksheet, use the AVERAGE function. AVERAGE requires a set of numbers as its argument. When you select AVERAGE, AVERAGE (values.) appears in the edit bar and values. is highlighted. Highlighted characters in edit bar are replaced when you type or when you touch a cell or range in the worksheet. Press PREV or NEXT to move the highlighting to the next argument place holder in the formula. In effect, NEXT serves as a tab key, permitting you to move through a formula entering argumets.
Alignment Alignment determines where cell contents appear relative to the edges of the cell. General alignment is the default. With General alignment, numbers, dates and times are right justified, and labels are left justified. To change the alignment for a cell or range:
Changing font style Cells can include bold, italic, or plain characters that you can combine with underlining. The default font style is plain. To change the font style for a cell or range:
Select a cell or range.
Select the cell or range you want to change. You can also select All to chane the worksheet's default setting. Touch FORMAT, then select Alignment.
NOTE To change the default font style touch All in the upper left corner of the worksheet. This will have no effect on cells previously changed from the default.
Touch FORMAT, then select Font Style.
Touch the general, left, center, or right alignment button to highlight your choice. Touch OK.
Touch the font style of your choice to highlight it. You can also use 2nd + Y, 2nd + O, 2nd + I, 2nd + U to choose plain, bold, italic, or underline font style. Touch the Underline for underlined characters. Touch OK.
NOTE In the zoom out mode, all fonts are displayed as plain. 57
Drawing borders You can add borders to one or more cells in a worksheet.
Select the cell or range you want to change. Touch FORMAT, then select Borders.
NOTE When the dialog is opened Outline is unchecked. For multi-cell selection the other buttons are initially grayed. When Outline is not checked, the other buttons control all the borders of the selected cells. When Outline is checked, the outermost edge of the selection is given a border and the interior edges are set according to the other buttons. When the dialog is closed with OK, the grayed buttons leave the relevant edges unchanged.
Touch one or more of the checkboxes, as required. Touch OK.
Adjusting column and row size You can easily change the column width or row height in a worksheet.
Select a column or row heading. Touch CELLS then select Set Column/Row Size. If necesary, you can drag the dialog box to a different location.
NOTE To change the widths of a group of columns (or rows), select the columns (or rows). Then perform the above operation by changing the width of any of the selected columns (or rows). All of the selected columns (or rows) will be changed to the same width. Initially, all columns and rows are set to the default width and height. You can change the default values of this worksheet by making the All selection, then change a column width or row height. Individual groups of columns or rows that were previously changed are not affected by changes in the default column width/row height.
Thereafter, you can switch to the Index mode by touching VIEWS and then selecting Index. The index mode contains two tabs: Worksheets and Templates. Touch the Worksheets tab to select it.
The Index tab mode provides you with worksheet management operations. Some operations require that a worksheet be selected. Touch a worksheet to select it.
Changing a worksheet name
Select the worksheet you want to rename. Touch EDIT, then select Worksheet Title.
Duplicating a worksheet
Select the worksheet you want to duplicate. Touch EDIT and select Duplicate Worksheet.
Type a name for the Worksheet up to 20 characters. Touch OK.
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Type a name for the duplicate Worksheet. Touch OK.
NOTE You can also change the worksheet name in the worksheet mode by touching the worksheet title at the bottom left of the display.
NOTE Links are not duplicated.
To delete a worksheet:
To delete all worksheets:
Touch EDIT, then select Delete Group. If your unit is locked, a message appears to prompt you to unlock it before performing the delete operation. Touch OK. If your unit is not locked, the following window appears:
Select the worksheet you want to delete. Touch EDIT, then select Delete Worksheet.
Touch Yes to confirm that you want to permanently delete the worksheet.
NOTE Secret worksheets are hidden from the Worksheets tab index if your unit is locked. Therefore, you must unlock it before deleting the worksheets.
Touch Delete to delete.
Touch Yes to confirm. All worksheets as well as charts are deleted.
Making a secret worksheet
You can turn a normal worksheet into a secret worksheet, or vice versa. When your unit is locked, secret worksheets are not shown in the Index mode and cannot be opened, viewed, deleted, copied, renamed, or set to Normal. To turn a worksheet secret: You can transfer worksheets to another unit using the built-in infrared ports or direct cable connection. You can also exchange files between PenCell and PC Files.
Unit to unit transfer
While in the Index or Worksheet mode, touch SEND and select Unit to Unit. If the worksheet has not been saved, you will be prompted to do so; otherwise the following dialog box appears.
While viewing the Worksheets tab in the Index mode, select the desired worksheet. Touch EDIT, then select Secret Entry.
You can also perform this operation from the Worksheet mode.
To turn a secret worksheet normal:
Unlock your unit. Touch EDIT, then select Normal Entry.
On the sending unit, use the Send pop-up menu to select whether to send only the selected worksheet or all worksheets. On the receiving unit, select Receive.
Set the Unit to Unit Path on both units to the correct option. Touch OK on both units. To quit during the transfer, press [ON]. The data is transferred as PenCell data (but not assigned to Filers IN folder).
Copying a worksheet to a PC File
1. Make sure you are either in the Worksheet mode, or if you are in the Index mode and you have selected a worksheet from the Worksheets tab. Touch SEND, then select Copy to PC Files. If the worksheet has not been saved, you will be prompted to do so; otherwise the following dialog box appears.
To transfer a worksheet via the infrared port, you can also use the following simpler method:
Make sure you are either in the Worksheet mode, or if you are in the Index mode you have selected a worksheet from the Worksheets tab. Place the two units at a close distance, then press GET on the receiving unit and SEND on the sending unit.
If necessary, change the file name and description. Touch OK. The worksheet is copied to a new PC File in MORE.
Getting a worksheet from a PC File
While in the Worksheet mode or the Index mode, touch SEND, then select Get from PC Files. If the worksheet has not been saved, you will be prompted to do so; otherwise the following dialog box appears.
If necessary, change the suggested worksheet title. Touch OK.
From the Select a File pop-up menu, select the data source, then select a file from the list.
Replacing with a PC File
Make sure you are either in the Worksheet mode, or if you are in the Index mode you have selected a worksheet from the Worksheets tab. Touch SEND, then select Replace with PC File. Select data sorce, Main Unit or PC Card. Select the PC file. Touch OK.
NOTE PenCell can read Excel 3.0 and 4.0 files. It writes Excel 4.0 files. See Appendix E on file compatibility. For more details about PC Files, see the other Operation Manual. Use an optional Link Software to transfer PC files from/to a PC. For more details on operating the Link Software, see the manual of the Link Software.
Touch OK. Data in the worksheet is replaced with the new one.
Linking a worksheet
Linking with Contacts or Data Files entries
You can link a worksheet. When linked, the entry in the Worksheets tab of the Index mode contains the following icons:
Data files only
Contacts and Data files
Make sure you are either in the Worksheet mode, or if you are in the Index mode you have selected a worksheet from the Worksheets tab. Touch LINK TO, then select Contacts. or Data Files. as required. If the worksheet has not been saved, you will be prompted to do so; otherwise the following dialog box appears.
Trigonometric functions operate on numeric values or references to numeric values. The angle values are generally expressed in radians. ACOS(value) Returns the arccosine of a value. The value cannot be less than -1 or greater than 1. Example: ACOS(-0.5) returns 2.094.
Returns the smallest value in the argument list. Example: MIN(-5, 29, 32, 7) returns -5.
STDEVP(values.) ASIN(value) Calculates standard deviation of the population as given. Example: STDEVP(45, 68, 22, 70, 50, 39) returns 16.5731. ATAN(value) VARP(values.) Calculates the variance of the population as given. Example: VARP(45, 68, 22, 70, 50, 39) returns 274.67. NOTE Blank cells in the argument range of these functions are ignored: MIN, MAX, STDEVP, VARP and AVERAGE. Returns the arcsine of a value. The value cannot be less than -1 or greater than 1. Example: ASIN(-0.5) returns -0.524. Returns the arctangent of a value. The returned value is in the range -/2 to /2. Example: ATAN(1) returns 0.785. ATAN2(xvalue, yvalue) Returns the arctangent of yvalue divided by xvalue. The returned value is in the range - to. Example: ATAN2(3,1) returns 0.322.
Returns the cosine of a value which is an angle. Example: COS(1.047) returns 0.500171.
Returns the sine of a value which is an angle. Example: SIN(PI()/2) returns 1.
Returns the tangent of a value which is an angle. Example: TAN(2.328) returns -1.058041.
Appendix C: Spreadsheet Limits
Description Minimum 1e-6 N/A 0 Maximum 15 Depends on available memory resources.
The following table summarizes the spreadsheet limits:
Iteration epsilon Number of characters in a cell Number of decimal places in numerics File size
Description Number of columns Number of rows Charts saved in worksheet Rows in a chart Columns in a chart Nesting level of parentheses in a formula Number of arguments in a function var-arg function like SUM(), OR(), etc. Number of terms in a formula Depth of chained circular formulas Numeric value Number of iterations
Maximum 64 128
60 N/A 2.225073e-40 1.797693e308 99
Appendix D: Keyboard Reference
The following table summarizes the keys for use in the three modes: Index mode (Worksheets tab, Templates tab) Worksheet mode Charts mode
f you are having difficulty using CompuServe Access Software, check the following list for possible solutions before contacting your SHARP dealer.
t Attachment cannot be sent out. Make sure the attachment is Filer or PC File data. All other type of data cannot be attached to a message. t Some of the messages no longer appear on the unit. Make sure there is no filter active.
VIEW/ INDEX (There are no menu items.) This button toggles between the details of a selected message (View) and a list of the current messages in the selected tab (Index). MAIN Go to the main screen.
he appendix lists all menu functions you can use in the application.
Connection / Modem. Set up connections and your modem. See page 118. Preferences. Address Book. ENS Personal Folders. Customize the unit to the way you prefer. See page 135. Enter recipients of your messages. See page 136. Set up personal folders for news clipping. See page 133.
Create Mail Create a new mail message. See page 121.
Create Forum Message Create a new forum message. See page 130. Reply Forward Delete Entry Replay to a message. See page 125. Forward a message to someone else. See page 125. Delete the current message. See page 138. Delete a group of messages. See page 138.
, icon Tap to Connect or Disconnect from CompuServe.
Convert to Document. Convert a message to a document. See page 134.
Filter (Off-Line). Mail. Turn on the filter. See page 129. Specify filter keyword so that only filtered mail messages can be viewed and deleted. See page 124.
Send Mail. Send Forum Messages. Save to IN. Send mail messages. See page 123. Send forum messages. See page 131. Save data to the IN tray. See page 124.
Waiting Messages. If there are any messages waiting for you in the forum, they will be selected and displayed. See page 131. Forum Message. Specify filter keyword so that only filtered forum messages can be viewed. See page 127. Specify filter keyword so that only filtered files can be listed and downloaded. See page 129. Turn off the filter if it has been set. See page 127.
Auto log-on... 256
Receiving a call... 253
Calls... 251 Hanging up... 252 Making... 251 Receiving.. 253
Terminal... 251, 257 Display setup.. 257 Emulation.. 257
Data transfer.. 255 Dial setting... 247
Hanging up... 252
Making a call.. 251 Modem... 246 Setting up.. 246 Settings.. 246
On-line operations.. 254
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MODEL No.: LS037V7DW03 SPEC No.: LCP-06014A 2006.07.20 NO. LCP-06014A PAGE SUMMARY NOTE 1st Issue
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(1) Application This literature applies to LS037V7DW03. (2) Overview This module is a color transflective and active matrix LCD module incorporating CG-Silicon TFT (Continuous Grain-Silicon Thin Film Transistor). It is composed of a color TFT-LCD panel, driver ICs (with control Function), an FPC(with DC-DC Converter), a back light and a back sealed casing. It is composed control circuit. Graphics and texts can be displayed on a 4803640 dots panel with 262,144 colors by supplying. This LCD module has multi resolution and multi colors functions. A resolution mode is selective in VGA (480H640V) or QVGA (240H320V). A Color mode is selective in 262,144 colors (18bit RGB) or 8 colors (3bit RGB). It is a wide viewing-angle-mode (Vertical viewing angle:(80) Horizontal viewing angle: (80) ,CR (3) Mechanical specifications Table 1 Parameter Screen size (Diagonal) Display active area Pixel format Dot pitch Pixel configuration Display mode Unit outline dimension Mass Specifications 9.4 [3.7] Diagonal 56.16 H 74.88 V 480(H)640(V) (1 pixel = R+G+B dots) 0.039 H 0.117 V R,G,B vertical stripe Normally Black 65.0(W)89.2(H)3.6(D) 38 mm Note3-1 Units cm mm pixels mm Remarks 5).
Note 3-1 Excluding protrusion. For detailed measurements and tolerances, please refer to Fig. 1. (4) Pixel configuration
RGB Display area
(1,n) (m,n) VGA mode QVGA mode m=480,n=640 m=240,n=320
(5) Input/Output terminal 5-1) TFT-LCD panel and Backlight driving section Table2 Pin No. Symbol LED+ NC LEDNC NC NC NC NC GND RESB GND MO UD LR INI DEN GND VSYNC GND HSYNC GND CLKIN GND VCC VCC VCC GND B5 B4 B3 B2 B1 B0 GND G5 G4 I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I Ground Reset signal Ground Selection for resolution(VGA/QVGA) Selection for vertical scanning direction Selection for horizontal scanning direction Power on control Data enable signal Ground Vertical synchronizing signal Ground Horizontal synchronizing signal Ground System clock signal Ground Power supply(3.3V) Power supply(3.3V) Power supply(3.3V) Ground Blue data signal(MSB) Blue data signal Blue data signal Blue data signal Blue data signal Blue data signal(LSB) Ground Green data signal(MSB) Green data signal Note5-2 Note5-2 Note5-2 Note5-3 Note5-4 Note5-5 Note5-2 Note5-6 Note5-2 LED power supply(Low Voltage) I/O Description LED power supply(High Voltage) Remarks Note5-1
Pin No. 51 Symbol G3 G2 G1 G0 GND R5 R4 R3 R2 R1 R0 GND SMPSYNC SMPDATA ID1 I I I I I I I I I/O I I I I Green data signal Green data signal Green data signal Green data signal(LSB) Ground Red data signal(MSB) Red data signal Red data signal Red data signal Red data signal Red data signal(LSB) Ground Selection for Vertical/ Horizontal synchronizing signal timing(clock timing) Selection for Red, Green and Blue data signal timing (clock timing) Ground Cautions when you turn on or off the power supply. Note5-7 Note5-7 Description Remarks
Note5-1 When superfluous current flows, please intercept current with a fuse etc. Note5-2 See section(7-1)-(A) Note5-3 MO Low High
Selection for resolution mode Resolution VGA(480RGB640) QVGA(240RGB320)
Note5-4 Selection for vertical scanning direction U/L High Low Scanning direction (Pixel configuration) Conventional scanning ( X , 1 ) (X,Y) Inverted scanning ( X , 1) ( X , Y) VGA mode: Y=640, QVGA mode: Y=320 Note5-5 Selection for horizontal scanning direction LBR High Low Scanning direction (Pixel configuration) Conventional scanning (1,Y) (X,Y) Inverted scanning (1,Y) (X,Y) VGA mode: X=480, QVGA mode: X=240 Note5-6 DEN makes it possible to take effective data timing. Horizontal Data Sampling Timing is shown in 7-2) Timing Characteristics of input signals.
Note5-7 Selection for synchronizing signal and data signal timing(clock timing)
SMPSYNC Selection for Vertical/ Horizontal synchronizing signal timing(clock timing) SMPDATA
Selection for Red,Green and Blue data signal timing(clock timing)
Rise edge of clock(CLKIN) Fall edge of clock(CLKIN)
(6)Absolute Maximum Ratings Table 3 Parameter Power supply (COG driver / Digital) Input voltage (Digital) Operating temperature(Panel surface) Storage temperature LED current Note6-1 Humidity: 95%RH Max.(at Ta 39 (at Ta > 40 Symbol VSHD VID opp stg IL Ta=25
Ratings -0.3 +4.0 -0.3 VSHD+0.3 --30
Unit V V
Remark [Terminal] Note6-1 Note6-1
[Terminal] INI,VSYNC,HSYNC,MO,UD,LR,CLK,R0 R5,G0 G5,B0 B5,DEN,RESB 40 ). Maximum wet-bulb temperature is less than ). Condensation of dew must be avoided.
Note6-2 ( Provisional plan) LED current should be as per below figure.
(7)Electrical characteristics 7-1) Recommended operating conditions A) TFT-LCD panel driving section Table4 Parameter Supply voltage for COG driver Input voltage (Low) Input voltage (High) Input current (Low) Input current (High) Symbol Digital VSHD VILS VIHS IILS IIHS Min. +3.0 GND 0.8VSHD Typ. +3.3 Max. +3.6 0.2VSHD VSHD Unit V V V A A Note 7-1 Note 7-1 Note 7-1 Note 7-1 GND=0V Remarks
Cautions when you turn on or off the power supply
ON sequence 2Vsync
OFF sequence 5Vsync 2Vsync
CLKIN,VSYNC,HSYNC RGB data Signal RESB INI(Power on Control) VCC
(External power Supply 3.3V)
Conventional Operation Conventional Operation
GND GND GND GND
Min20 sec Width
(1) After VCC is ON ,please make sure to start HVIF(CLK,HSYNC,VSYNC,RGB data signal) synchronized signal before INI(Power on control) becomes High. (2) Please keep HVIF(CLK,HSYNC,VSYNC,RGB data signal) synchronized signal High for more than 5 vertical period after INI becomes Low to shut down VCC. (3) Stabilize VCC( 3.3V) within double vertical periods. (4) VCC is stabilized to GND within double vertical periods. (5) When the power supply is on again after Power Supply Off sequence ,please put the RESB signal before Power Supply On sequence. RESB signal needs LOW level more than 20sec after VCC(+3.3V) ON. (6) Please Set RESB signal before INI Signal. Note 7-1 INI,VSYNC,HSYNC,MO,UD,LR,CLK,R0 R5,G0 G5,B0 B5,DEN,RESB terminals are applied. Each voltage should be kept to satisfy absolute maximum ratings. If the applied voltage goes beyond absolute maximum ratings, the LCD module may be broken eternally. B) Back light driving section Ta=25 Parameter LED voltage(VL) LED current(IL) Power consumption Symbol VL IL WL MIN TYP 27.446.4 MAX 31.630 Units V mA mW Note 7-3 Remarks terminal Note 7-2
Note 7-2 VL(TYP) at IL(16mA). VL (MAX) at IL (20mA). Note 7-3 Calculated reference value. WL=(VLIL)
7-2) Timing Characteristics of input signals Table 6 Parameter CLK Period CLK Low Width CLK High Width Data setup time Data hold time Pulse width of DEN Period of HSYNC Pulse width of HSYNC HSYNC setup time HSYNC hold time Horizontal Back Porch Horizontal Front Porch Period of VSYNC Period of VSYNC Pulse width of VSYNC VSYNC setup time VSYNC hold time VSYNC-HSYNC phase difference
Input Signal 1 Rising Time Input Signal 1 Falling Time Input Signal 2 Rising Time Input Signal 2 Falling Time
AC Characteristics Symbol tCLK tCLKL tCLKH tDS tDH tHHW tHS thsw tHSYS tHSYH tHBP tHFP tVS tVS tvsw tVSYS tVSYH tVHD tRISE1 tFALL1 tRISE2 tFALL2 tRESW VGA QVGA VGA QVGA VGA QVGA VGA QVGA VGA QVGA MODE VGA QVGA Min. 20 Typ. 39.7 158.59.Max. 41.63 HCYC-5 CLK CLK ns ns CLK CLK Hz HCYC HCYC ns ns CLK ns ns s s s Note 7-4 Note 7-5 Note 7-5 Note 7-6 Note 7-6 Note 7-7 VSYNC HSYNC Unit ns ns ns ns ns R0 R5, G0 G5, B0 B5 CLK Note
Reset Pulse Width
Note 7-4 HCYC = HSYNC Period(VGA:Typ.648CLK, QVGA:Typ.324CLK) Note 7-5 VSYNC,HSYNC,CLK,R0 R5,G0 G5,B0 B5,DEN terminals are applied.
tRISE1 Input Signal 0.9VDD 0.1VDD
tFALL1 0.9VDD 0.1VDD
Fig 7-1 Input Signal Rising/Falling Timing
Note 7-6 INI,RESB terminals are applied.
tRISE2 Input Signal 0.9VDD 0.1VDD
tFALL2 0.9VDD 0.1VDD
Fig 7-2 Input Signal Rising/Falling Timing
Note 7-7 Reset Signal Timing chart
Fig 7-3 Reset Timing Signal
7-3)Power consumption Measurement condition : Vsync=59.94Hz,Hsync=38.84kHz,CLK=25.17MHz,Ta=25 Table 7 Parameter VSHD Total (Digital+Analog) Note 7-8 White Pattern Sym ISHD Conditions VSHD=+3.3V MIN 45 TYP MAX 75 (VGA Mode) Unit mA Remarks Note7-8 (when conventional scan mode)
[Portrait VGA Mode Timing Chart]
CLKIN RIN[5:0] GIN[5:0] BIN[5:0]
CLK RIN[5:0] GIN[5:0] BIN[5:0]
tCLK tCLKL CLK tCLKH
tDS RIN[5:0] GIN[5:0] BIN[5:0]
Fig 7-3 LCDIF signal timing in Portrait VGA mode
[Portrait QVGA Mode Timing Chart]
[Horizontal Timing] HSYNC
CLK RIN[5:0] GIN[5:0] BIN[5:0] 238 240
Fig 7-4 LCDIF signal timing in Portrait QVGA mode
( ) Input Signals, Basic Display Color and Gray Scale of Each Color Table 8 Colors & Gray scale Gray Scale R0 Black Blue Green Cyan Red Magenta Yellow White Black Gray Scale of red Gray Scale of green Gray Scale of bleu Darker GS0 GS1 GS2 Basic color 0 RRRRRG18bit RGB color display mode Data signal GGGGGBBBBBB0 0
Brighter Red Black Darker
GS61 GS62 GS63 GS0 GS1 GS2
Brighter Green Black Darker
GS61 GS62 GS63
0 : Low level voltage
1 : High level voltage
Each basic color can be displayed in 64 gray scales from 6 bit data signals. According to the combination of total 18 bit data signals, the 262,144-color display can be achieved on the screen.
(9)Optical characteristics 9-1) Not driving the Back light condition Table 9 Parameter Viewing angle range Contrast ratio Response Rise time Fall Symbol 21,22 11, 12 CRmax r d x y Reflection ratio R =0 =0 CR 1.2 =0 Condition Min Typ Max Unit degree degree [Note 9-2,4] ms ms [Note 9-3] Ta=25C Remarks [Note 9-1,2]
0.25 0.30 2
0.30 0.35 4
[Note 9-4] % [Note 9-5]
* The measuring method of the optical characteristics is shown by the following figure. * A measurement device is Otsuka luminance meter LCD5200.(With the diffusion reflection unit.)
Normal line Photodetector (with luminosity correction system) Chemical coated surface (Optical diffusion treatment)
A diffusion beam
A beam (through an optical fiber) Touch panel Module
Center of display
Measuring method (a) for optical characteristics
9-2) Driving the Back light condition Ta=25C Parameter Viewing angle range Contrast ratio Response Rise time Fall Symbol 21,22 11,12 Crmax r d X Y S Y U = 0 = 0 = 0 Condition CR 5 Min 100 Typ 20 0.31 0.200 Max Unit degree degree Remarks [Note 9-1,2,6] [Note 9-2] ms ms [Note 9-3]
White chromaticity NTSC ratio Brightness Uniformity
% cd/m2 % IL=16mA [Note 9-7]
* The measuring method of the optical characteristics is shown by the following figure. * A measurement device is TOPCON luminance meter SR-3.(Viewing cone 1)
Photodetector(including luminosity facter)
Touch panel LCD module
Measuring method for optical characteristics
Note 9-1 Viewing angle range is defined as follows.
Definition for viewing angle Note 9-2 Definition of contrast ratio: The contrast ratio is defined as follows: Photodetecter output with all pixels white(GS63) Contrast ratio (CR) = Photodetecter output with all pixels black(GS0) VCOMAC=5.0Vp-p Note 9-3 Definition of response time: The response time is defined as the following figure and shall be measured by switching the input signal for "black" and "white".
100% 90% Photodetecter output (arbitrary unit) 10% 0% r
Note 9-4 A measurement device is Minolta CM-2002. Note 9-5 Definition of reflection ratio Light detected level of the reflection by the LCD module Reflection ratio = Light detected level of the reflection by the standard white board Note 9-6 A measurement device is ELDIM EZContrast
Note 9-7 Definition of Uniformity
Uniformity = Minimum Brightness 100(%) Maximum Brightness
The brightness should be measured on the 9-point as shown in the right figure.
(10)Display quality The display quality of the color TFT-LCD module shall be in compliance with the Incoming Inspection Standards TFT-LCD. (11)Mechanical characteristics 11-1) External appearance See Fig. 1 Outline Dimension 11-2) FPC (for LCD panel) characteristics Specific connector LCD-FPC: HIROSE FH23-51S-0.3SHAW(05) (Bottom contact only)
(12)Handling Precautions 12-1) Insertion and taking out of FPCs (1) Be sure insert and take out of the FPC into the connector of the set after turning off the power supply on the set side. 12-2) Handling of FPCs (1) The FPC for LCD panel shall be bent only slit portion. The bending slit shall be bent uniformly on the whole slit portion with bending radius larger than 1.0mm ,and only inner side (back side of the module). Dont bend it outer side (display surface side). (2) Dont give the FPCs too large force, for example, hanging the module with holding FPC. Moreover, Do not put stress on the components mounted on FPC to avoid failure of the components. 12-3) Installation of the module (1) On mounting the module, be sure to fix the module on the same plane. Taking care not to warp or twist the module. 12-4)Precaution when mounting (1) If water droplets and oil attaches to it for a long time, discoloration and staining occurs. Wipe them off immediately. (2) Glass is used for the TFT-LCD panel. If it is dropped or bumped against a hard object, it may be broken. Handle it with sufficient care. (3) As the CMOS IC is used in this module, pay attention to static electricity when handling it. Take a measure for grounding on the human body. 12-5)Others (1) The liquid-crystal is deteriorated by ultraviolet rays. Do not leave it in direct sunlight and strong ultraviolet rays for many hours. (2) If it is kept at a temperature below the rated storage temperature, it becomes coagulated and the panel may be broken. Also, if it is kept at a temperature above the rated storage temperature, it becomes isotropic liquid and does not return to its original state. Therefore, it is desirable to keep it at room temperature as much as possible. (3) If the LCD breaks, dont put internal liquid crystal into the mouth. When the liquid crystal sticks to the hands, feet and clothes, wash it out immediately. (4) Wipe off water drop or finger grease immediately. Long contact with water may cause discoloration or spots. (5) Observe general precautions for all electronic components. (6) Static image should not be displayed more than 5 minutes in order to prevent from occurrence of residual image.
(13)Reliability Test Conditions for TFT-LCD Module Table 11 No. 7 Test items High temperature storage test Low temperature storage test High temperature and high humidity operating test High temperature operating test Low temperature operating test Electro static discharge test Shock tset Ta=+70 Ta=-20 Tp=+40 Tp=+60 Tp=-10 , 95%RH Test conditions 240h 240h 240h 240h 240h (1 time for each terminals) 980 m/s2, 6 ms (JIS C0041, A-7 Condition C) 8 Vibration test Frequency range: 10Hz 55 10Hz Stroke: 1.5 mm Sweep: 10Hz 55Hz X,Y,Z 2 hours for each direction (total 6 hours) (JIS C0040,A 10 Condition A) 9 Heat shock test Ta= 20 (1h) Note Ta = Ambient temperature, Tp = Panel temperature Check items Test No.In the standard condition, there shall be no practical problems that may affect the display function. +70 (1h) / 5 cycles X,Y,Z 3 times for each direction
(But no condensation of dew)
200V200pF(0) to Terminals(Contact)
(14) Others 14-1)Indication of lot number The lot number is shown on a label. Attached location is shown in Fig.1 (Outline Dimensions). 14-2) Used Regulation of Chemical Substances Breaking Ozone Stratum Substances with the object of regulating: CFCS, Carbon tetrachloride, Halon 1,1,1-Trichloro ethane (Methyl chloroform) (a) This LCD module, Constructed part and Parts dont contain the above substances. (b) This LCD module, Constructed part and Parts dont contain the above substances in processes of manufacture. 14-3) If some problems arise about mentioned items in this document and other items, the user of the TFT-LCD module and Sharp will cooperate and make efforts to solve the problems with mutual respect and good will. (15)Forwarding form (fig2) a) Piling number of cartons : 8 b) Package quality in one cartons : 100 pcs c) Carton size : 575 mm 360 mm 225 mm d) Total mass of 1 carton filled with full modules : TBD Conditions for storage Environment (1)Temperature (2)Humidity (3)Atmosphere (4)Period :: 60%RH or less (at 40 ) No dew condensation at low temperature and high humidity. : Harmful gas, such as acid or alkali which bites electronic components and/or wires, must not be detected. : about 3 months electrostatic charges, please control the room humidity over 50%RH and open the package taking sufficient countermeasures against electrostatic charges, such as earth, etc. (5)Opening of the package : In order to prevent the LCD module from breakdown by
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