When there are any manual updates, the readme files or appendices will be added to the manual cd and website


Braille Sense PLUS

QWERTY

USER MANUAL


ENGLISH MANUAL
For Software Version 6.0


(April, 2011)

When there are any manual updates, the
readme files or appendices
will be added to the manual CD
and website.


HIMS Inc.


4616 W. Howard Lane When there are any manual updates, the readme files or appendices will be added to the manual cd and website, Ste 960 Austin, TX 78728

Phone: 888-520-4467

Fax: 512-837-2011

Email: support@hims-inc.com


Safety Precautions


For your safety from the Braille Sense PLUS QWERTY, please read safety precautions carefully.


    1. The input voltage of the AC adapter is 100V When there are any manual updates, the readme files or appendices will be added to the manual cd and website - 240V, and the output is DC 5V / 2A.




    1. When the Braille Sense PLUS QWERTY is shipped, the battery may be separate from the unit to avoid damage. The battery When there are any manual updates, the readme files or appendices will be added to the manual cd and website may not be fully charged when it is shipped. Before you use the Braille Sense PLUS QWERTY, you should make sure the battery is fully charged. When you use the Braille Sense PLUS QWERTY When there are any manual updates, the readme files or appendices will be added to the manual cd and website for the first time, you may need to open the package, take the battery, and insert it into the battery slot at the rear panel of the unit. It is When there are any manual updates, the readme files or appendices will be added to the manual cd and website possible that the dealer or distributor from whom you purchased the Braille Sense PLUS QWERTY from has already done this for you.




    1. When you use the Braille Sense PLUS QWERTY with the battery for When there are any manual updates, the readme files or appendices will be added to the manual cd and website the first time, the battery status may not be displayed accurately. In order to avoid this, connect the Braille Sense PLUS QWERTY to the AC adapter for about six hours with turn on When there are any manual updates, the readme files or appendices will be added to the manual cd and website. If you want to use the Braille Sense PLUS QWERTY immediately after opening the box, you will need to connect the AC adapter to the unit for more than six When there are any manual updates, the readme files or appendices will be added to the manual cd and website hours to fully charge the battery.




    1. Do not keep discharge battery a long time. If you want to keep the discharge battery, it means the battery life will decrease.




    1. If you When there are any manual updates, the readme files or appendices will be added to the manual cd and website want or need to take the battery out of the unit, turn the power off, and then take the battery out of the unit. Before putting the battery back in to the unit, make When there are any manual updates, the readme files or appendices will be added to the manual cd and website certain that the power switch is turned off.




    1. When you are using the Braille Sense PLUS QWERTY on battery power only (without the AC adapter), the status of the remaining battery power When there are any manual updates, the readme files or appendices will be added to the manual cd and website will be announced when the battery power is low. When the battery’s charge falls below 15 percent, connect the AC adapter to the unit for recharging. If the remaining battery power When there are any manual updates, the readme files or appendices will be added to the manual cd and website drops to five percent, and the unit is not connected to the AC adapter, the Braille Sense PLUS QWERTY will shut down one minute after the announcement of the battery’s status When there are any manual updates, the readme files or appendices will be added to the manual cd and website. The amount of battery life per charge will vary depending on the options you have set.




    1. Your Braille Sense PLUS QWERTY needs to be handled with care. The Braille Sense PLUS QWERTY When there are any manual updates, the readme files or appendices will be added to the manual cd and website is a very delicate machine. You should make sure to handle the unit in a proper manner. Also, the Braille Sense PLUS QWERTY is very sensitive to dust. Make sure to keep When there are any manual updates, the readme files or appendices will be added to the manual cd and website the Braille Sense PLUS QWERTY away from dusty environments.




    1. The Braille cells are very sensitive parts. If any of the Braille cells are not working properly due to dust or any other reason When there are any manual updates, the readme files or appendices will be added to the manual cd and website, please contact our repair center, or the dealer whom you purchased the Braille Sense PLUS QWERTY from for support.




    1. You will need to register your Braille Sense PLUS QWERTY in order When there are any manual updates, the readme files or appendices will be added to the manual cd and website to ensure further maintenance, service, and upgrade information. Please visit www.hims-inc., to register your information. If you have any trouble when registering your information, please contact the dealer whom you purchased your When there are any manual updates, the readme files or appendices will be added to the manual cd and website Braille Sense PLUS QWERTY product from for help.




    1. Do not take apart the Braille Sense PLUS QWERTY by yourself. Do not have anyone else who is not authorized by When there are any manual updates, the readme files or appendices will be added to the manual cd and website HIMS take apart the Braille Sense PLUS QWERTY. If an unqualified person disassembles the unit, serious damage may occur to the Braille Sense PLUS QWERTY. If an unauthorized person disassembles the Braille Sense PLUS When there are any manual updates, the readme files or appendices will be added to the manual cd and website QWERTY, the unit will be excluded from any free maintenance, and the warranty will become void. If any liquid or external force damages the unit, it may also be excluded from When there are any manual updates, the readme files or appendices will be added to the manual cd and website free maintenance, even if the damage occurred during the warranty period.




    1. If you let your Braille Sense PLUS QWERTY remain for a long time at the closed or high temperature places When there are any manual updates, the readme files or appendices will be added to the manual cd and website like inside of car, the battery attached to the Braille Sense PLUS QWERTY may be defected or fired. So please don’t keep your Braille Sense PLUS QWERTY at those places.




    1. If you When there are any manual updates, the readme files or appendices will be added to the manual cd and website have any complaints or suggestions, please provide us with your comments on our website. We will improve our product based on your comments and suggestions. Thank you for using the Braille Sense PLUS When there are any manual updates, the readme files or appendices will be added to the manual cd and website QWERTY, and we value any comments or suggestions you have for our product.




    1. This device complies with part 15 of the FCC Rules.

Operation is subject to the following two conditions.

  1. This When there are any manual updates, the readme files or appendices will be added to the manual cd and website device may not cause harmful interference, and

  2. This device must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause undesired operation.

Congratulations on the purchase of your Braille Sense PLUS QWERTY! The Braille Sense PLUS When there are any manual updates, the readme files or appendices will be added to the manual cd and website QWERTY is capable of doing everything that an ordinary PDA can do, and more – all without the need for a screen!


I. You will find the following items when you When there are any manual updates, the readme files or appendices will be added to the manual cd and website open the Braille Sense PLUS QWERTY package:


  1. Braille Sense PLUS QWERTY

  2. Battery

  3. Carrying Bag

  4. AC adapter

  5. USB Cable

  6. Serial Cable

  7. USB to Parallel Cable

  8. Earphone

  9. Sticker(2)

  10. User Manual (CD)

  11. Braille User Manual (Hot Keys List)


^ II. How to use When there are any manual updates, the readme files or appendices will be added to the manual cd and website this manual


Before using the Braille Sense PLUS QWERTY, you should read the entire manual to familiarize yourself with the functions of the Braille Sense PLUS QWERTY. Reading the entire manual will allow you When there are any manual updates, the readme files or appendices will be added to the manual cd and website to operate the Braille Sense PLUS QWERTY to its fullest potential. The Braille Sense PLUS QWERTY has many functions. Many of these functions operate in a similar manner, so it is important to When there are any manual updates, the readme files or appendices will be added to the manual cd and website become familiar with all of the functions of the Braille Sense PLUS QWERTY.


You will see references to hot keys and shortcut keys. These keys refer to ways to access When there are any manual updates, the readme files or appendices will be added to the manual cd and website menus and functions quickly by using a combination of keystrokes. Please note that not all hot keys and shortcut keys will work while you are in the Braille Sense PLUS QWERTY. Some hot keys When there are any manual updates, the readme files or appendices will be added to the manual cd and website and shortcut keys require that you be within a program in order for specific hot keys and shortcut keys to work.


This user manual uses a specific notation of When there are any manual updates, the readme files or appendices will be added to the manual cd and website how to press keys. When you see, “Fn-B” this means that you would press the “Space” and “B” simultaneously. This is a very important concept to understand when using this manual.


In When there are any manual updates, the readme files or appendices will be added to the manual cd and website order to use the Braille Sense PLUS QWERTY, you will need to understand what a menu is, and how it works. You will also need to understand what a text box is, and When there are any manual updates, the readme files or appendices will be added to the manual cd and website how to type in information in a text box. It is very important that you completely understand concepts such as this, so that you are able to use the Braille When there are any manual updates, the readme files or appendices will be added to the manual cd and website Sense PLUS QWERTY to its fullest potential.


If you find that you are unable to find a solution to a problem within the manual, or if you need assistance with the Braille When there are any manual updates, the readme files or appendices will be added to the manual cd and website Sense PLUS QWERTY, please email us at support@hims-inc.com. Visit us on the web at www.hims-inc.com; or, you can call us at 512-837-2000


^ TABLE OF CONTENTS

4. File Manager 52

4.1 Overview 52

4.1.1 Navigating the File When there are any manual updates, the readme files or appendices will be added to the manual cd and website List 52

4.1.2 Item (Folder or File) Selection Key 53

4.1.3 Cancel / Exit Key 54

4.2 Using File Manager Features in the File List 54

4.2.1 Selecting Disks 54

4.2.2 Getting in and Out of a Folder (Opening/Closing When there are any manual updates, the readme files or appendices will be added to the manual cd and website a Folder) 55

4.2.3 Opening a File 55

4.2.4 Zip 57

4.2.5 Unzip 58

4.2.6 Send To 58

4.2.7 Copy / Move 59

4.2.8 Delete Files or Folders 60

4.2.9 Rename 61

4.2.10 New Document 61

4.2.11 New Folder 62

4.2.12 File Conversion 62

4.2.13 Select All 63

4.2.14 Search for File 63

4.2.15 Sort Files By 64

4.2.16 Set File Info 65

4.2.17 Display When there are any manual updates, the readme files or appendices will be added to the manual cd and website Only Files of Type 66

4.2.18 Information 66

4.3 Using the Address Window 67

4.3.1 Editing 67

4.3.2 Type in Path / File Name 68

4.3.3 Opening the History List 68

4.5 Hot Keys in the “File Manager” 73

^ 6. Address Manager 119

6.1 What is the “Address Manager When there are any manual updates, the readme files or appendices will be added to the manual cd and website”? 119

6.2 Starting the Address Manager 120

6.3 Using “Add Address” 120

6.3.1 Adding an Address 120

6.3.2 Setting Add Address Fields 122

6.3.3 Using “Search Address” in “Add address” 123

6.4 Searching For an Address 123

6.4.1 Using “search address” 123

6.4.2 Setting Searching Address Fields 124

6.4.3 Using “Add When there are any manual updates, the readme files or appendices will be added to the manual cd and website Address” In “Search Address” 125

6.5 Backing up and restoring the address list 125

6.5.1 Backup Address List 125

6.5.2 Restore Address List 126

6.5.3 Setting Backup Option 126

6.6 Commands in the Found Records 128

6.6.1 Find again 128

6.6.2 Opening a When there are any manual updates, the readme files or appendices will be added to the manual cd and website home page 128

6.6.3 Editing Addresses 129

6.6.4 Deleting Addresses 129

6.6.5 Printing addresses 130

6.6.6 Saving Addresses to a File 131

6.7 Importing and Exporting CSV 131

6.7.1 Import from CSV 132

6.7.2 Export to CSV 135

6.7 Synchronizing With Microsoft Outlook 137

6.8 Hot Keys in the Address When there are any manual updates, the readme files or appendices will be added to the manual cd and website Manager 139

^ 22. Troubleshooting Guide 520

22.1 The Braille Sense PLUS QWERTY Will Not Turn On 520

22.2 The Voice Cannot Be Heard 520

22.3 The Voice is Too Fast to Understand 520

22.4 The Voice Pitch Is Too Low or Too High When there are any manual updates, the readme files or appendices will be added to the manual cd and website to Understand 520

22.5 Lost Your Place 520

22.6 No Internet Connection 521

22.7 Email 521

22.8 The Braille display Does Not Display Braille 521

22.9 The Braille Sense PLUS QWERTY Does Not Respond 521

23. Accessories 523

24. Obtaining Support 524


1. Introduction

1.1 What is the Braille Sense PLUS When there are any manual updates, the readme files or appendices will be added to the manual cd and website QWERTY?


The Braille Sense PLUS QWERTY is a Braille note taker developed and manufactured by HIMS, for people who are blind and visually impaired. You can do the following with the Braille When there are any manual updates, the readme files or appendices will be added to the manual cd and website Sense PLUS QWERTY.


  1. Using the File Manager Program, you can copy, send, paste document and create new document or folder.

  2. You can use the Word Processor, and the keyboard of QWERTY When there are any manual updates, the readme files or appendices will be added to the manual cd and website type, to create Braille documents.

  3. You can open Microsoft (MS) Word documents, and read them in Braille. The Braille Sense PLUS QWERTY will import any document that was created in MS Word, and translate When there are any manual updates, the readme files or appendices will be added to the manual cd and website it into Braille.

  4. You can print your text documents using any compatible ink printer.

  5. You can emboss your Braille documents when you connect the unit to a Braille printer.

  6. Using When there are any manual updates, the readme files or appendices will be added to the manual cd and website the E-Mail Program, you can send email messages to sighted individuals, as well as read your email messages in Braille.

  7. Using the Schedule Manager, you can enter your appointments on When there are any manual updates, the readme files or appendices will be added to the manual cd and website the Braille Sense PLUS QWERTY. The Braille Sense PLUS QWERTY will then alert you at the time of your appointments.

  8. With the Address Manager, you can input information about your contacts and the When there are any manual updates, the readme files or appendices will be added to the manual cd and website Braille Sense PLUS QWERTY can retrieve the information for those contacts.

  9. Using the Braille Sense PLUS QWERTY Web Browser, you can surf the Internet with the Braille display that is located on the When there are any manual updates, the readme files or appendices will be added to the manual cd and website Braille Sense PLUS QWERTY.

  10. Using the Braille Sense PLUS QWERTY Media Player, you can listen to music, or any other sounds that are recorded in mp3, wma, or a wave file format When there are any manual updates, the readme files or appendices will be added to the manual cd and website.

  11. Using the Braille Sense PLUS QWERTY FM radio, you can listen to FM radio sound.

  12. You can record the voice and FM radio sound in mp3 or wav file format.

  13. On When there are any manual updates, the readme files or appendices will be added to the manual cd and website the Calculator, you can calculate algebraic equations, including scientific calculations.

  14. You can copy any files from your personal computer to the Braille Sense PLUS QWERTY, and vice versa.

  15. You can use the Braille When there are any manual updates, the readme files or appendices will be added to the manual cd and website Sense PLUS QWERTY as a Braille display with a compatible screen reader, such as Window-Eyes.

  16. You can copy, move, and delete files on the Braille Sense PLUS QWERTY.

  17. You When there are any manual updates, the readme files or appendices will be added to the manual cd and website can adjust the volume, the speed, and the pitch of the speech. You can change as many of these features as you want on the Braille Sense PLUS QWERTY.

  18. You can use the Database Manager When there are any manual updates, the readme files or appendices will be added to the manual cd and website to create your own Database for keeping and storing important information.

  19. You can use MSN messenger to communicate in real time, with others who are running the MSN messenger program.


1.2 Hardware


In order When there are any manual updates, the readme files or appendices will be added to the manual cd and website to get the most out of your Braille Sense PLUS QWERTY, you will want to become familiar with the Braille Sense PLUS QWERTY by learning where the buttons and ports are When there are any manual updates, the readme files or appendices will be added to the manual cd and website located, as well as the function of each of these buttons and ports.


This section explains the hardware configuration of the Braille Sense PLUS QWERTY. The dimensions of the Braille Sense PLUS When there are any manual updates, the readme files or appendices will be added to the manual cd and website QWERTY are 9.8 inches long by 5 inches wide by 1.5 inches high. On the bottom of the unit, there are rubber feet in order to prevent slipping while you are using the When there are any manual updates, the readme files or appendices will be added to the manual cd and website Braille Sense PLUS QWERTY. The input keys are keyboard of QWERTY type. Also there are 32 cells that make up the Braille display.


The first thing you should do is place the Braille When there are any manual updates, the readme files or appendices will be added to the manual cd and website Sense PLUS QWERTY on a level surface that you can use to examine the Braille Sense PLUS QWERTY, such as a table or desk. When the Braille Sense PLUS QWERTY is placed When there are any manual updates, the readme files or appendices will be added to the manual cd and website on a level surface, the shape of the entire unit will resemble a small, thin rectangular box. The Braille Sense PLUS QWERTY has six sides. You should feel for the keyboard and Braille display. The When there are any manual updates, the readme files or appendices will be added to the manual cd and website side that the keyboard and Braille display are on should be facing up. The side that is now facing up is referred to as the top of the Braille Sense When there are any manual updates, the readme files or appendices will be added to the manual cd and website PLUS QWERTY. The side that is facing to your right is called the right side panel. The side facing to your left is called the left side panel. The side that is facing When there are any manual updates, the readme files or appendices will be added to the manual cd and website away from you is called the rear panel. The side that is facing toward you is called the front panel, and the side that the Braille Sense PLUS QWERTY is When there are any manual updates, the readme files or appendices will be added to the manual cd and website sitting on is called the bottom panel.


This section of the manual describes each side of the Braille Sense PLUS QWERTY and the basic function(s) of each button and port. We will When there are any manual updates, the readme files or appendices will be added to the manual cd and website discuss each of the panels in the following order: top panel, right side panel, left side panel, rear panel, and front panel.


^ 1.2.1 Top Panel


Starting with the top of the Braille Sense PLUS QWERTY, you When there are any manual updates, the readme files or appendices will be added to the manual cd and website will find a Braille display that is located close to the front panel on the Braille Sense PLUS QWERTY. Above the Braille display, there are 32 small buttons that correspond When there are any manual updates, the readme files or appendices will be added to the manual cd and website to 32 Braille cells. These 32 small buttons are called cursor routing keys. You can use these buttons as cursor placement keys on the corresponding Braille cells when you are editing documents. The cursor When there are any manual updates, the readme files or appendices will be added to the manual cd and website routing keys will also work as shortcut keys in certain situations.


On both the extreme right and left sides of the Braille display, are two capsule shaped buttons. These buttons divided into two parts When there are any manual updates, the readme files or appendices will be added to the manual cd and website up and down. These buttons are called scroll buttons. The upper button called up scroll button and the lower button called down scroll button. The scroll buttons can be used to scroll through When there are any manual updates, the readme files or appendices will be added to the manual cd and website the menus or other information that is displayed on the Braille display. If you are on text that has more than 32 Braille cells, the scroll buttons will scroll the Braille When there are any manual updates, the readme files or appendices will be added to the manual cd and website display.


Above the cursor routing keys, you will find keyboard of QWERTY type. The Braille Sense PLUS QWERTY keyboard is composed of 77 keys 6lines, the keyboard is composed of an array When there are any manual updates, the readme files or appendices will be added to the manual cd and website of keys, such as a computer keyboard, but there is part that consist to be different. General keyboard consists from “F1” to “F12”, but it is Braille Sense PLUS QWERTY keyboard consists from “F When there are any manual updates, the readme files or appendices will be added to the manual cd and website1” to “F11” in first line. So that can find easily position of “F1”, “F5”, “F9”, tactile point on frame. Next to “F11”, consist of “Left square bracket”, “Right square bracket”, “Insert”, “DEL” in When there are any manual updates, the readme files or appendices will be added to the manual cd and website a first line. Beginning from number 1 in second line, tactile point is situated so that can find position of number 5 and number 0. There is tactile point on second line right frame When there are any manual updates, the readme files or appendices will be added to the manual cd and website, there is backspace on left. There is tactile point on third line left frame, there is “tab” on right. Tactile point is situated in left index finger and right index finger place When there are any manual updates, the readme files or appendices will be added to the manual cd and website in keyboard. “R” and “U” in third line, “F” and “J” in fourth line, “V” and “M” in fifth line are mark with dots. Through this, you can find position of keys. Tactile When there are any manual updates, the readme files or appendices will be added to the manual cd and website point that can find position in last line is situated on frame under “Ctrl”, “Alt”, “Down arrow key”. Down arrow key’s right and left is “Left arrow key When there are any manual updates, the readme files or appendices will be added to the manual cd and website” and “Right arrow key”, and there is “Up arrow key” on “Down arrow key”. Up arrow key's right and left is “Shift” and “/”. Most on left, there is “Fn” in last line. When When there are any manual updates, the readme files or appendices will be added to the manual cd and website do hotkey combination or list transfer, is used. For example, if combined “Fn” and “Up arrow key”, do “page up” function.


You can attach the braille sticker to know easily When there are any manual updates, the readme files or appendices will be added to the manual cd and website where the keys are located. If you want to emboss braille by yourself, you can use the sticker without braille. Then, emboss the braille and attach on the keyboard.


On both sides of the When there are any manual updates, the readme files or appendices will be added to the manual cd and website keyboard, there are two speakers, which enable the Braille Sense PLUS QWERTY to emit sound.


^ 1.2.2 Right Side Panel


Next, let's discuss the right side panel of the Braille Sense PLUS QWERTY. We will When there are any manual updates, the readme files or appendices will be added to the manual cd and website start from the front of the unit on the right side panel, and move our way toward the back. Toward the front of the Braille Sense PLUS QWERTY on the right When there are any manual updates, the readme files or appendices will be added to the manual cd and website side panel, you will find the USB OTG port. If you connect the unit to a personal computer by using this USB port, you can transfer files that are stored in the When there are any manual updates, the readme files or appendices will be added to the manual cd and website Braille Sense PLUS QWERTY to your personal computer, and vice versa.


Continuing toward the back of the unit on the right side panel, you will find the USB port. You can connect When there are any manual updates, the readme files or appendices will be added to the manual cd and website a USB stick memory in this USB port, for auxiliary storage.


The last thing you will find on the right side panel of the unit is the AC adapter jack When there are any manual updates, the readme files or appendices will be added to the manual cd and website. The AC adapter will plug in to this hole, and then plug in to a standard AC electrical outlet, so that you can use the Braille Sense PLUS QWERTY with electricity, instead of using When there are any manual updates, the readme files or appendices will be added to the manual cd and website power from the battery.


^ 1.2.3 Left Side Panel


Now, let's take a look at the left side panel of the unit. If you move your finger to the left side of When there are any manual updates, the readme files or appendices will be added to the manual cd and website the Braille Sense PLUS QWERTY, you will find CF slot. You can insert CF card (compact flash card) in CF slot.

Continuing toward the back of the unit on the left side panel When there are any manual updates, the readme files or appendices will be added to the manual cd and website, you will find the SD port. You can insert SD card (secure digital card) in SD slot.


^ 1.2.4 Rear Panel


Next, let's take a look at the rear panel of the Braille Sense When there are any manual updates, the readme files or appendices will be added to the manual cd and website PLUS QWERTY. On the far left of the rear panel, you will find a small button in round groove. This is the reset button. If your unit is not responding properly, you When there are any manual updates, the readme files or appendices will be added to the manual cd and website can press this button with your finger, which will reboot the unit via a hard reset. Pressing the reset button is a hardware reset.


When the reset button is pressed, the When there are any manual updates, the readme files or appendices will be added to the manual cd and website Braille Sense PLUS QWERTY will reboot. It will take about fifteen seconds for your unit to complete the reboot process.


At the right side of this reset button, you will find the local When there are any manual updates, the readme files or appendices will be added to the manual cd and website area network (LAN) port. If you connect the Braille Sense PLUS QWERTY to an Ethernet interface through this port, you will be able to connect to the Internet, allowing you to When there are any manual updates, the readme files or appendices will be added to the manual cd and website browse websites as well as send and receive email.


To the right of the LAN port is a serial port. You can connect the Braille Sense PLUS QWERTY to devices that have When there are any manual updates, the readme files or appendices will be added to the manual cd and website serial ports, such as printers and a personal computer. The details of this feature will be explained in more detail later in this manual.


Next, to the right of the serial port When there are any manual updates, the readme files or appendices will be added to the manual cd and website, you will find a video output port. The video output port can be used to display the text that is shown on the Braille display on a regular computer monitor for sighted When there are any manual updates, the readme files or appendices will be added to the manual cd and website people. If you want to use this port, it will have to be turned on from within the options menu. This port is very beneficial when using the Braille Sense PLUS QWERTY in When there are any manual updates, the readme files or appendices will be added to the manual cd and website educational settings.


^ 1.2.5 Front Panel


Finally, let’s take a look at the front panel of the Braille Sense PLUS QWERTY. On the far left of the front panel, you will find a slide When there are any manual updates, the readme files or appendices will be added to the manual cd and website switch. This slide switch is the key lock switch. This switch will be explained in more detail in the next section. To the right of the key lock switch is microphone When there are any manual updates, the readme files or appendices will be added to the manual cd and website jack. You can plug in microphone. To the right of the microphone jack is headphone jack. You can plug in stereo headphone jack. To the right of the headphone jack is slide switch. This When there are any manual updates, the readme files or appendices will be added to the manual cd and website slide switch is the audio mode switch. This switch will be explained in more detail in the next section. Next, to the right of the slide switch is five buttons in When there are any manual updates, the readme files or appendices will be added to the manual cd and website different shapes. The five buttons are for playback audio and recording sounds. These five buttons will be explained in the FM radio, Daisy and Media program sections in this user manual When there are any manual updates, the readme files or appendices will be added to the manual cd and website.

To the right of the five buttons is on/off switch. This switch will turn the unit on and turn the unit off. To turn on the unit, push the switch to the right When there are any manual updates, the readme files or appendices will be added to the manual cd and website. To turn off the unit, push the switch to the left.


Congratulations! You are now familiar with the very basic functions of the buttons and ports that are located on the Braille When there are any manual updates, the readme files or appendices will be added to the manual cd and website Sense PLUS QWERTY. The rest of the manual will discuss each function in greater detail to allow you to maximize the potential of your Braille Sense PLUS QWERTY.


1.3 Braille Sense PLUS When there are any manual updates, the readme files or appendices will be added to the manual cd and website QWERTY Battery


You will find on the rear side panel of the unit is a rectangular hole that is for the detachable battery. The battery is separated from the unit when the When there are any manual updates, the readme files or appendices will be added to the manual cd and website Braille Sense PLUS QWERTY is shipped. Insert the battery into this rectangular slot until you hear a click sound. When you hear this sound, you will know that the battery is inserted correctly.

When you When there are any manual updates, the readme files or appendices will be added to the manual cd and website use the Braille Sense PLUS QWERTY with the battery, the battery status may not be displayed accurately. In order to avoid this, connect the Braille Sense PLUS QWERTY to When there are any manual updates, the readme files or appendices will be added to the manual cd and website the AC adapter for about seven hours with turn on. 


To remove the battery from the unit, you will need to locate the latch that is found on the bottom of the unit. Using your When there are any manual updates, the readme files or appendices will be added to the manual cd and website left хэнд, pull the latch to the right panel, and then use your right хэнд to pull the battery out of the slot.


1.4 Hardware Specifications of the Braille Sense PLUS QWERTY


  1. Operating When there are any manual updates, the readme files or appendices will be added to the manual cd and website system: Windows CE 5.0.

  2. Flash memory: 8GB.

  3. RAM: 128MB.

  4. Memory extension: Compact flash, SD memory or USB stick memory.

  5. CPU: Intel PXA270.

  6. Battery: Lithium Ion (detachable), backup battery installed.

  7. Keyboard: keyboard of QWERTY type When there are any manual updates, the readme files or appendices will be added to the manual cd and website, 32 cursor routing keys, 4 scroll buttons, 5 audio buttons.

  8. Additional button and switch: key lock switch, audio mode switch, reset button.

  9. Braille display: 32 refreshable Braille cells.

  10. Video output: VGA output.

  11. Network: 10/100 based Ethernet When there are any manual updates, the readme files or appendices will be added to the manual cd and website.

  12. Wireless: WLAN b/g, Блютуз.

  13. Interface: USB OTG, USB, serial (RS-232C) port, CF slot, SD slot

  14. Sound: Internal stereo speakers, stereo headphone jack.

  15. Voice recording: Internal microphone, external microphone jack.

^ 2. Basic Functions of When there are any manual updates, the readme files or appendices will be added to the manual cd and website the Braille Sense PLUS QWERTY


2.1 Power On/Off


It is power switch to the right of front panel of Braille Sense PLUS QWERTY. This power switch will turn the unit on When there are any manual updates, the readme files or appendices will be added to the manual cd and website and turn the unit off. To turn on the unit, push the switch to the right. To turn off the unit, push the switch to the left.


2.2 Charging Battery and Check Battery When there are any manual updates, the readme files or appendices will be added to the manual cd and website Status


It is very useful to know what the remaining battery power when the Braille Sense PLUS QWERTY is being operated only on battery power. If the remaining battery power is not sufficient, the Braille When there are any manual updates, the readme files or appendices will be added to the manual cd and website Sense PLUS QWERTY will indicate that the battery power is low. In this case, you need to check the remaining battery power, especially when you are using the Braille Sense PLUS When there are any manual updates, the readme files or appendices will be added to the manual cd and website QWERTY without plugging it into an AC power supply.


To check the battery power status, press “Fn-b”. You will find the following 2 items:

1. Battery power level

2. Power source (battery or AC supply)


The battery When there are any manual updates, the readme files or appendices will be added to the manual cd and website power level represents the percentage of the remaining battery power. The power source indicates whether power is coming from the battery or the AC power supply. If the battery power level drops When there are any manual updates, the readme files or appendices will be added to the manual cd and website under 15 percent, the Braille Sense PLUS QWERTY will display the battery status on the Braille display, and it will announce (through the speakers) that the battery has less than 15 percent of its When there are any manual updates, the readme files or appendices will be added to the manual cd and website power left. If the battery power level falls below five percent, the Braille Sense PLUS QWERTY will give you a warning indicating that your battery power level is under five percent, and When there are any manual updates, the readme files or appendices will be added to the manual cd and website the Braille Sense PLUS QWERTY will be automatically turned off in one minute, unless you connect the Braille Sense PLUS QWERTY to an AC power supply.


2.3 Braille Display On/Off


When using the When there are any manual updates, the readme files or appendices will be added to the manual cd and website Braille Sense PLUS QWERTY, you can select either Braille on or off. You can use “F4” to turn the Braille on and off. Please refer to section to section 3.1 in this When there are any manual updates, the readme files or appendices will be added to the manual cd and website user manual for more information.


2.4 Controlling the Voice


You can change the volume, rate, and pitch of speech used on the Braille Sense PLUS QWERTY. To change the volume, you can press “F6” to When there are any manual updates, the readme files or appendices will be added to the manual cd and website raise the volume. Press “Shift-F6” to lower the volume. Also You can utilize “F5” to turn the voice on and off.

To make changes in the reading rate When there are any manual updates, the readme files or appendices will be added to the manual cd and website, you can press “F7” to make the reading faster. Press “Shift-F7” to make the reading rate slower.

In order to make changes in pitch, press “F8” for a higher pitch and “Shift When there are any manual updates, the readme files or appendices will be added to the manual cd and website-F8” for a lower pitch.

When any of the above combination keys are pressed, the Braille Sense PLUS QWERTY will announce the status of its volume, rate, or pitch. The changes you мейд with When there are any manual updates, the readme files or appendices will be added to the manual cd and website these combination keys will remain in effect even when you turn off the machine and turn it back on again. These changes can also be мейд in the “global options” settings. Please When there are any manual updates, the readme files or appendices will be added to the manual cd and website refer to sections 3.11, 3.12, and 3.13 in this user manual.

2.5 Switching Audio mode


The audio buttons on the front panel will work for different function according to the location of Audio mode switch When there are any manual updates, the readme files or appendices will be added to the manual cd and website.

If you push the audio mode switch to the left side, the Braille Sense PLUS QWERTY will say “radio mode” and the audio buttons will work for the FM radio program When there are any manual updates, the readme files or appendices will be added to the manual cd and website. If you set the audio mode switch to the center, the Braille Sense PLUS QWERTY will say “daisy mode” and the audio buttons will work for the Daisy program. If you push the audio When there are any manual updates, the readme files or appendices will be added to the manual cd and website mode switch to the right side, the Braille Sense PLUS QWERTY will say “media mode” and the audio buttons will work for the Media program.


So in order to use the When there are any manual updates, the readme files or appendices will be added to the manual cd and website audio buttons as you desire, you have to set the audio mode switch to the proper position. For example, when you are using Media program and the audio mode switch is located When there are any manual updates, the readme files or appendices will be added to the manual cd and website in the left side, the audio buttons on the front panel will work for FM radio program. The detailed function of the audio buttons will be explained in the FM radio When there are any manual updates, the readme files or appendices will be added to the manual cd and website, Daisy and Media program sections in this user manual.


2.6 Switching Key lock


You can disable or enable any specified keys on the Braille Sense PLUS QWERTY by using Key Lock switch on When there are any manual updates, the readme files or appendices will be added to the manual cd and website the front panel.

If the key lock switch put on left, Braille Sense PLUS QWERTY will say “all keys locked.” In this case, you can’t use the all keys including the on/off switch When there are any manual updates, the readme files or appendices will be added to the manual cd and website. If the key lock switch put on center, Braille Sense PLUS QWERTY will say “top panel locked.” In this case, only you can use the buttons and switches in the front When there are any manual updates, the readme files or appendices will be added to the manual cd and website panel (audio mode switch, audio buttons and on/off switch). If the key lock switch put on right, Braille Sense PLUS QWERTY will say “unlocked”. In this case, you can When there are any manual updates, the readme files or appendices will be added to the manual cd and website use the all keys (Braille keyboard, audio buttons, scroll buttons, function keys, audio mode switch and on/off switch).

But, you can use the reset button, regardless of location of key lock When there are any manual updates, the readme files or appendices will be added to the manual cd and website switch.


2.7 Execute and Exit Program


You can execute program by pressing the “Enter” button. If you want to cancel the execution of any command, and return to the previous status, press “Alt-F4”. “Alt When there are any manual updates, the readme files or appendices will be added to the manual cd and website-F4” indicates that the user should press the “Alt” and “F4” simultaneously and then release them at the same time. “Alt-F4” is a very important command to remember, as it will allow When there are any manual updates, the readme files or appendices will be added to the manual cd and website you to back out of programs and menus, when you may have pressed keys that you did not mean to press.


2.8 Concept of the Menu and Go to Menu


The menu on When there are any manual updates, the readme files or appendices will be added to the manual cd and website the Braille Sense PLUS QWERTY is similar to the concept of a restaurant menu. For instance, a menu that is used at a restaurant will help you select your choice of When there are any manual updates, the readme files or appendices will be added to the manual cd and website food that will be served, while the menu on the Braille Sense PLUS QWERTY provides you with choices that you can select. If you have selected a menu item from the menu items list When there are any manual updates, the readme files or appendices will be added to the manual cd and website, and there are sub menus, the Braille Sense PLUS QWERTY will display those choices for that particular item.


Moving among the menu items is very simple.

Press “Alt” to call When there are any manual updates, the readme files or appendices will be added to the manual cd and website up the menu, and press up scroll button or “Up arrow key” to move to the previous item, and press down scroll button or “Down arrow key” to move to the next item. Or just When there are any manual updates, the readme files or appendices will be added to the manual cd and website press an alphabet that follows the menu names.


You can also move to the next menu item by pressing “Down arrow key”. You can move to the previous menu When there are any manual updates, the readme files or appendices will be added to the manual cd and website item by pressing “Up arrow key”. When you want to move to the first item of the menu, you can press “Ctrl-Fn-Left arrow key”. If you would like to move to the last When there are any manual updates, the readme files or appendices will be added to the manual cd and website item of the menu, you can press “Ctrl-Fn-Right arrow key”. The corresponding menu name will be displayed on the Braille display, and the menu name will be spoken When there are any manual updates, the readme files or appendices will be added to the manual cd and website through the TTS (text to speech) engine. If you want to listen to the name of the menu again, press “Fn-r”. Once you move to a menu item that you want When there are any manual updates, the readme files or appendices will be added to the manual cd and website to execute, press “Enter” in order to execute the menu. By pressing “Enter,” you will move to the sub menu. If there is no submenu, the Braille Sense PLUS QWERTY will execute the command When there are any manual updates, the readme files or appendices will be added to the manual cd and website from the menu. This process is called “menu selection.” You may also move to any menu or execute any menu by pressing an initial spelling of the menu.


Sometimes, if a When there are any manual updates, the readme files or appendices will be added to the manual cd and website menu is executed by pressing “Enter,” the lower-level menu is displayed. In this case, the right direction arrow sign (->) is displayed after the name of the corresponding menu on the Braille When there are any manual updates, the readme files or appendices will be added to the manual cd and website display. When this happens, the Braille Sense PLUS QWERTY will say, “pull down.” Or, if a menu is executed by pressing “Enter,” the dialog box is displayed. In this case, the When there are any manual updates, the readme files or appendices will be added to the manual cd and website ellipsis sign (…) will be displayed after the name of the corresponding menu on the Braille display. The Braille Sense PLUS QWERTY will also speak the message, “common dialog.”


Let’s begin going When there are any manual updates, the readme files or appendices will be added to the manual cd and website through the various menus. First, turn the unit on by pushing the power switch toward you. Now, bring up the “program” menu. You can bring up the “program” menu by pressing When there are any manual updates, the readme files or appendices will be added to the manual cd and website “Win key”. The “program” menu is the top menu in the Braille Sense PLUS QWERTY. That is, the “program” menu is the parent directory for everything, as there are no directories or menus above the When there are any manual updates, the readme files or appendices will be added to the manual cd and website “program” menu. The items in the “program” menu are file manager, word processor, address manager, schedule manager, e-mail, media player, FM radio, web browser, daisy player, блютуз manager When there are any manual updates, the readme files or appendices will be added to the manual cd and website, msn messenger, database manager, utilities, global options, and help. The first item of the “program” menu is “File manager.” If “Down arrow key” is pressed, the next menu item is displayed on the When there are any manual updates, the readme files or appendices will be added to the manual cd and website Braille display, and it is also spoken. If “Down arrow key” is pressed repeatedly, the “Help” menu will be displayed. The “Help” menu is the last item on the “program” menu When there are any manual updates, the readme files or appendices will be added to the manual cd and website.

Press “Ctrl-Fn-Right arrow key” when “File manager” is displayed. The Braille Sense PLUS QWERTY will say “Help,” as the help menu is displayed. Then, press “Ctrl-Fn-Left arrow key”, and the When there are any manual updates, the readme files or appendices will be added to the manual cd and website Braille Sense PLUS QWERTY speaks “File manager.” It means that “Ctrl-Fn-Right arrow key” moves to the last item of the “program” menu, and “Ctrl-Fn-Left arrow key” moves to the When there are any manual updates, the readme files or appendices will be added to the manual cd and website first item of the “program” menu. If you want to move from the current menu to the upper level menu, press “ESC”.


At any point in the “program” menu or navigating sub When there are any manual updates, the readme files or appendices will be added to the manual cd and website-menus, you can press the “Win key” to go to the “program” menu immediately. The file manager, which is the first item of the “program” menu, will be displayed.


2.9 Using the When there are any manual updates, the readme files or appendices will be added to the manual cd and website Shortcut key and Hotkey


Shortcut keys are the alphabets in the parentheses that follow the menu names. And hotkeys are the combination of a couple of keys like “Alt” “Fn” or “Ctrl When there are any manual updates, the readme files or appendices will be added to the manual cd and website”. Or you can execute the menu item without calling up the menu by pressing “hotkey.” These are displayed after the shortcut keys.


For example, if you are in the word processor When there are any manual updates, the readme files or appendices will be added to the manual cd and website, and press “Alt” and then press “Enter” on “File,” you will hear “New (n) pull down Ctrl-n”. The word “New” represents the function. The letter “n” is the letter that you would When there are any manual updates, the readme files or appendices will be added to the manual cd and website press while you are in the “File” menu in order to move directly to “New.” “Ctrl-n” is what you would press to access the function “New” from anywhere in the word When there are any manual updates, the readme files or appendices will be added to the manual cd and website processor. The “n” is the shortcut key and “Ctrl-n” is the hotkey. It is important to note that not all shortcut keys work from anywhere in the Braille Sense PLUS When there are any manual updates, the readme files or appendices will be added to the manual cd and website QWERTY; some commands will only work while you are in a specific program. For example, if you want to activate the “new document” option in the word processor. You cannot press “Ctrl-n When there are any manual updates, the readme files or appendices will be added to the manual cd and website” in the “program” menu to activate this option. You must be in the word processor program in order for “Ctrl-n” to activate the “new document” option.


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