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1.0 About Bluetooth®
1.1 What is Bluetooth?
1.2 What is the range of Bluetooth?
1.3 What is the risk of interference?
1.4 What is the basic connecting procedure?
1.5 What is the passkey?
1.6 What products is the Bluetooth wireless keyboard compatible with?
1.7 What is the class of Bluetooth in the keyboard?
1.8 What is ElekTex®?
2.0 Using the Wireless Fabric Keyboard
2.1 How do I pair with a device?
2.2 Can I use the Bluetooth Keyboard with my PC?
2.3 How do I set up a COM port?
2.4 What is the battery life?
2.5 Is it possible to use rechargeable batteries in the keyboard?
2.6 The warning “Please make sure the fabric keyboard is turned on, Bluetooth on and the PDA is on…….” keeps coming up. What do I do?
2.7 When I press a key the wrong letter appears on the screen, or wrong function is performed what’s wrong?
2.8 What is calibration?
2.9 How do I adjust the sensitivity, repeat rate or key delay?
2.10 Can I touch type on the keyboard?
2.11 Can I use my Bluetooth Headset while using the keyboard?
2.12 Can I service or repair the keyboard?
2.13 My keyboard has got wet, what do I do?
2.14 How do I get updated or new drivers for my keyboard?
2.15 How do I use the shift+key (I do not seem to be able to get capital letters)?
2.16 I cannot find the .CAB file on the driver disk. Where is it?

1.0 About Bluetooth®
1.1 What is Bluetooth?
Bluetooth is a short-range wire replacement technology. It is a global standard that provides a low power, short-range radio link in the 2.4Ghz band. It has protection from interference and has a level of security. It does not require line of sight to operate.
The 2.4 GHz (ISM) band is available globally for Bluetooth, however, there may be local restrictions such as when travelling in aircraft or some local requirements preventing its use. Always make sure you conform to local guidance when using a Bluetooth device.

1.2 What is the range of Bluetooth?
The wireless keyboard uses a class 2 module which has a range of 10m. This is dependent on battery condition and any radio wave absorbing objects that may be in the way. As this device is a keyboard for a smartphone or pda it is
envisaged that the keyboard will be used within 1m of the pda or smartphone.

1.3 What is the risk of interference?
Bluetooth technology does operate in such a way as to minimize interference, however, if there are many devices in your local area using the unlicensed 2.4Ghz band, connection and response times can be extended.

1.4 What is the basic connecting procedure?
Bluetooth devices require two processes to take place before they can be used, these are pairing (or bonding) and connecting. Pairing is the establishment of a relationship between your device and the keyboard, this requires the device to search and find the keyboard and then add it to a list of allowed Bluetooth devices. It often involves the exchanging of a passkey. Usually once pairing has been carried out it is not necessary to repeat the operation unless the device has been changed or replaced by another.
Connecting opens a channel for two way data exchange. The wireless keyboard uses the Bluetooth Serial Port Profile which would require incoming and outgoing com ports to be set up for data exchange. Some pdas and smartphones do this
automatically others will require you to set this up manually. This is dependent on the phone type and operating system.
Note: make sure the drivers are installed onto the device before any pairing or connecting is attempted.

1.5 What is the passkey?
The passkey for the keyboard is “0000”.

1.6 What products is the Bluetooth wireless keyboard compatible with?
This is dependent on the drivers available, currently there are drivers available for Symbian S60 v2.0 and 2.1; Symbian UIQ v2.0 and 2.1; Windows Mobile 2003 (pdas and smartphones). It is important to note that individual manufacturers may change interfaces and the way the Bluetooth link operates, so not all WM2003 devices will pair and connect with the keyboard in the same way.

1.7 What is the class of Bluetooth in the keyboard?
Class 2

1.8 What is ElekTex®?
ElekTex® is a unique fabric sensing technology developed by a company called Eleksen in the UK. The sensor can be used for a wide range of applications such as keyboards and multimedia controls. See the website www.elektex.com for more details.

2.0 Using the Wireless Fabric Keyboard
2.1 How do I pair with a device?
Load the relevant driver onto the device. Follow the quick start guide and the notes in the instruction manual from the CD ROM enclosed with the keyboard.
If the device does not automatically search for the device then it may be necessary to set the pairing and connection through the Bluetooth Manager on your device. The keyboard requires outgoing COM port to service the Serial Port Profile used to run the wireless keyboard.

2.2 Can I use the Bluetooth Keyboard with my PC?
At the moment no, there are no drivers available to use the ElekTex® keyboard with a PC.

2.3 How do I set up a COM port?
It varies depending on the device you are using, some recognise the Serial Port Profile of the keyboard and automatically set it up, others require a manual setup through the Bluetooth Manager of the device.
On Windows Mobile 2003 (second edition) go to the ‘Bluetooth’ application under settings/ connections, then select devices and “new…”, then follow the prompts.

2.4 What is the battery life?
We quote 10 hour continuous typing time, but this may vary depending on the type of batteries used. It is possible to extend the battery life by using the ‘timeout’ setting to auto turn-off the keyboard after a set period.

2.5 Is it possible to use rechargeable batteries in the keyboard?
Yes it is, so long as they are AAA, 1.2v type. Please remember this type of battery has a different discharge curve to standard batteries. This will (a) reduce the amount of warning you will have before the batteries run out; (b) reduce the length of typing time that the batteries will last for and (c) give inaccurate readings on the battery level indicator.

2.6 The warning “Please make sure the fabric keyboard is turned on, Bluetooth on and the PDA is on…….” keeps coming up. What do I do?
First ensure that you follow the instructions in the message, ie that the keyboard is on, Bluetooth is on and no other BT devices are connected. If this is the case then power cycle the device and try again. If this fails then follow the procedure to set up a COM port as detailed in 2.3 above. It may be necessary to perform a ‘soft’ reset on the device and repeat the above.

2.7 When I press a key the wrong letter appears on the screen, or wrong function is performed what’s wrong?
If you find when using the keyboard that a keypress produces the wrong character or operation (eg when you press backspace you get enter), then you need to calibrate your keyboard. Go to the keyboard application and select options and then calibrate, then follow the on screen instructions.

2.8 What is calibration?
Calibration makes small corrections to realign the ‘virtual’ locations of the keys on the sensor to the printed keys on the fabric outer surface. It should be performed when wrong keypresses are noted during the use of the keyboard.

2.9 How do I adjust the sensitivity, repeat rate or key delay?
This is adjusted through the ‘Options’ menu in the keyboard driver main screen.

2.10 Can I touch type on the keyboard?
If you need the location points on the keyboard on ‘F’ and ‘J’ keys then the answer is no.

2.11 Can I use my Bluetooth Headset while using the keyboard?
Normally no. The Bluetooth link will be used with the data transmissions from the keyboard.

2.12 Can I service or repair the keyboard?
No this will invalidate your warranty and may be dangerous.

2.13 My keyboard has got wet, what do I do?
Remove the batteries immediately and leave in a warm (not hot!), dry place. Allow to dry thoroughly and then it should operate normally. Please note that although the ElekTex sensor will dry out and operate normally, the electronics may become permanently damaged.

2.14 How do I get updated or new drivers for my keyboard?
Keep an eye on the website of the company that you purchased the keyboard from or check www.elektex.com.

2.15 How do I use the shift+key (I do not seem to be able to get capital letters)?
The keyboard uses a system of ‘sticky’ shift keys. Just like on your PC when you press shift five times you get the option to activate stickykeys. This means that you can only use each key simultaneously, eg to type a ‘A’ press shift then press ‘A’.

2.16 I cannot find the .CAB file on the driver disk. Where is it?
Some operating systems (such as XP) hide the file extension “.CAB”. The file to use is the .ARM file.

 

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