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Braille Sense U2 QWERTY

User Manual

ENGLISH MANUAL
For Software Version 8.5

(September, 2015)

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

HIMS International
174, Gajung-ro, Yuseong-gu,

Daejeon, Korea 305-350

Phone: +82-42-864-4460

Fax: +82-42-864-4462

Email: hims@himsintl.com

Website: www.himsintl.com

Safety Precautions
For your safety and protection of the Braille Sense U2 QWERTY, please read and abide by the following safety precautions.


    1. The input voltage of the AC adapter is 100V - 240V, and the output is DC 5V / 2A.




    1. When the Braille Sense U2 QWERTY is shipped, the battery may be packaged separate from the unit to avoid damage. When you use the Braille Sense U2 QWERTY for the first time, you may need to open the package, remove the battery, and insert it into the battery slot at the rear panel of the unit. (See section 1, introduction, for more details on inserting the battery.) It is possible that the dealer or distributor from whom you purchased the Braille Sense U2 QWERTY has already done this for you. The battery may not be fully charged when it is shipped. Before you use the Braille Sense U2 QWERTY, you should ensure the battery is fully charged.




    1. When you use the Braille Sense U2 QWERTY with the battery for the first time, the battery status may not be displayed accurately. To avoid this, leave the Braille Sense U2 QWERTY connected to the AC adapter for about six hours with the unit turned on. If you want to use the Braille Sense U2 QWERTY immediately, you may use it while it is charging.




    1. If you want or need to remove the battery from the unit, power the unit off, and then remove the battery. If the unit is connected to AC power, before re-inserting the battery in to the unit, make certain that the power is off.

There is a risk of explosion if battery is replaced by an incorrect type. Please make certain to use only battery packs produced specifically for the Braille Sense U2 QWERTY by HIMS. Please dispose of used batteries according to the instructions.


    1. When you are using the Braille Sense U2 QWERTY on battery power, the status of the remaining battery power is announced when the battery charge is low. When the battery’s charge falls below 15 percent, connect the AC adapter to the unit for recharging. If the remaining battery charge drops to five percent, and the unit is not connected to the AC adapter, the Braille Sense U2 QWERTY shuts down one minute after the announcement of the battery’s status. The amount of battery life per charge varies depending on the options you have set and the number and type of tasks you are running.




    1. Your Braille Sense U2 QWERTY needs to be handled with care. The Braille Sense U2 QWERTY is a very delicate machine. Please handle the unit in a proper, careful manner. The Braille Sense U2 QWERTY is very sensitive to dust. Make sure to keep the Braille Sense U2 QWERTY away from dusty environments.




    1. The Braille cells are very sensitive, intricate parts. If the Braille cells are not working properly due to the presence of dust or for any other reason, please contact our repair center, or the dealer from whom you purchased the Braille Sense U2 QWERTY for support.




    1. You should register your Braille Sense U2 QWERTY in order to ensure further maintenance, service, and upgrade information. Please visit www.hims-inc.com, to register your information. If you have any trouble when registering your information, please contact the dealer from whom you purchased your Braille Sense U2 QWERTY for help.




    1. Do not take apart the Braille Sense U2 QWERTY yourself. Do not have anyone else who is not authorized by HIMS take apart the Braille Sense U2 QWERTY. If an unqualified person disassembles the unit, serious damage may occur to the Braille Sense U2 QWERTY. If an unauthorized person disassembles the Braille Sense U2 QWERTY, the unit is excluded from any free maintenance, and the warranty becomes void. If any liquid or external force damages the unit, it may also be excluded from free maintenance, even if the damage occurs during the warranty period.




    1. Do not leave your Braille Sense U2 QWERTY in closed or high temperature environments such as inside a car on a hot summer day, as the battery attached to the Braille Sense U2 QWERTY may be damaged or catch fire. Please do not let your Braille Sense U2 QWERTY remain in such environments for long periods of time.




    1. Thank you for using the Braille Sense U2 QWERTY. We value any comments or suggestions you have for our product. If you 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.



    1. To prevent possible damage to your hearing, do not listen to audio at high volume levels for long periods.




    1. This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential installation.


Operation is subject to the following two conditions.

  1. This device may not cause harmful interference, and

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


This equipment can generate, use and radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio communications. However, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation.
If this equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or television reception, which can be determined by turning the equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or more of the following measures:

- Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.

- Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver.

- Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the receiver is connected.

- Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help.
IMPORTANT NOTE:

FCC RF Radiation Exposure Statement:

This equipment complies with FCC RF radiation exposure limits set forth for an uncontrolled environment. This equipment should be installed and operated with a minimum distance of 20 cm between the radiator and your body. This transmitter must not be co-located or operating in conjunction with any other antenna or transmitter.
Congratulations on the purchase of your Braille Sense U2 QWERTY! The Braille Sense U2 QWERTY is capable of doing everything that an ordinary PDA can do, and more – all without the need for a screen!
I. Your Braille Sense U2 QWERTY packing box should contain the following items:


  1. Braille Sense U2 QWERTY

  2. Battery

  3. Carrying Case

  4. AC adapter

  5. USB Cable

  6. Earbuds

  7. Documentation CD

  8. Braille Commands Summary


II. How to use this manual
Before using the Braille Sense U2 QWERTY, you should read the entire manual to familiarize yourself with the functions of the Braille Sense U2 QWERTY. The Braille Sense U2 QWERTY contains many programs with a variety of functions, thus, reading the entire manual will allow you to operate the Braille Sense U2 QWERTY to its fullest potential.
In this manual you will see references to hot keys and shortcut keys. These keys refer to ways to access menus and functions quickly by using a combination of keystrokes. Please note that not all hot keys and shortcut keys will work from every location on the Braille Sense U2 QWERTY. Some hot keys and shortcut keys are program specific, thus, they require that you be within a specific program for them to work.
This user manual notes how to press hot keys and shortcut keys in the following manner: Keys that are to be pressed at the same time are separated by a – (dash). When you see “FN-b (dots 1-2),” this means that you should press “Space” and dots 1 and 2 simultaneously.
If you are unable to find a solution to a problem within the manual, or if you need assistance with the Braille Sense U2 QWERTY, please email us at supports@himsintl.com. You may also visit us on the web at www.himsintl.com; or, you can call us at +82 42 864 4460.

TABLE OF CONTENTS



2.1.1 Basic Alerts and Messages 26

3.2.5 Advanced Settings. 50

3.3 Bluetooth Manager 50

3.3.1 Bluetooth Device List 51

3.3.2 Bluetooth Service List 53

3.7 Change device Name 64

3.8 Password Protection 65

3.8.1 Setting and modifying passwords. 65

3.8.2 Password Configuration 66

3.8.3 Reset Password to factory defaults. 66

3.9.1 Global Options Overview 67

3.9.2 Global Options in Detail 68

4.3 The File Menu. 85

4.3.2 Open With 86

4.3.3 Open in Second Word Processor or Document Reader. 87

4.4 The Edit menu. 92

4.5 The View Menu. 93

4.6 Network menu. 95

4.7 EML Viewer 97

5.1.3 Open in new Word Processor 102

5.4.10 Read Cursor Position 122

8.1 Media Player 168

8.1.1 Using the media buttons 168

8.1.2 Keyboard and Extended Keys 170

8.1.3 How to Use the Media Player Menu 171

8.1.4 Additional features 188

8.2 FM Radio 188

8.2.1 Listening to FM Radio via the internal speakers 189

8.2.2 Frequency control 189

8.2.3 Adding and navigating presets 190

8.2.4 Recording from the FM Radio 191

8.2.5 Additional features 192

8.3 DAISY Player 193

8.3.1 Registering with digital Book Service Providers. 193

8.3.2 Executing the DAISY Player 197

8.3.3 Components of the DAISY Player 198

8.3.4 The File menu 198

8.3.5 Document Navigation 201

8.3.6 Mark 202

8.3.7 Heading 203

8.3.8 Memos 204

8.4 YouTube 205

8.4.1 The Top Menu 205

8.4.2 The Search Dialog 205

7.4.3 The Search Results Dialog 206

8.4.4 The Playback Dialog 206

8.4.5 The File Menu 207

8.4.6 Play Menu 208

8.4.7 Favorites and subscriptions 209

8.4.8 Settings 210

9. Organizer. 211

9.1 Address Manager 211

9.1.1 What is the "Address Manager"? 211

9.1.2 Starting the "Address Manager" 212

9.1.3 Using "Add Address" 212

9.1.4 Searching For an Address 213

9.1.5 Backing up and restoring the address list 214

9.1.6 Importing and Exporting CSV 215

9.1.7 Advanced Functions. 217

9.1.8 Synchronizing With Microsoft Outlook 219

9.2 Schedule Manager 219

9.2.1 Overview 219

9.2.2 Starting "Schedule Manager" 219

9.2.3 Setting time and date 220

9.2.4 Adding a Schedule 220

9.2.5 Search Schedule 224

9.2.6 Modify Schedule 226

9.2.7 Deleting a Schedule 226

9.2.8 Printing a Schedule 226

9.2.9 Saving Appointments as a File 227

9.2.10 Backing Up and Restoring Your Appointments 227

9.2.11 Setting Alarm Option 229

9.2.12 Synchronizing With Microsoft Outlook 229

9.3 Database Manager 230

9.3.1 Table Manager 230

9.3.2 Add Record 234

9.3.3 Search Records 234

9.3.4 List of Records Found 236

9.3.5 Setting Backup Options 236

9.3.6 Backup Database 236

9.3.7 Restore Database 237

9.3.8 Importing and Exporting CSV 237

9.3.9 Creating a table from CSV 239

10. Web Tools 241

10.1 Web Browser 241

10.1.1 File 242

10.1.2 Edit 243

10.1.3 Go To 244

10.1.4 Read 248

10.1.5 Favorites 249

10.1.6 Options 250

10.1.7 Read Page 251

10.1.8 What the "Web Browser" Does Not Support 255

10.2 Quick Browser 256

10.2.1 File menu 256

10.2.2 Edit 257

10.2.3 Go To 258

10.2.4 Read menu 262

10.2.5 Favorites 262

10.2.6 Page Navigation 264

10.2.8 What the "Quick Browser" Does Not Support 265

10.3 Google Search 266

10.3.1 The Search Dialog 266

10.3.2 The Results Dialog 267

10.4 RSS Reader. 267

10.4.1 RSS Main Window 268

10.4.2 The File Menu 268

10.4.3 The Category Menu 270

10.4.4 The Feed Menu 272

10.4.5 Options 274

11. Social Networking 275

11.1 Available Social Networking services 275

11.2 Twitter 275

11.2.1 Twitter Terminology 276

11.2.2 Accessing "Twitter" 276

11.2.3 Main "Twitter" dialog 278

11.2.4 Timeline 278

11.2.5. Managing "Tweets" 280

11.2.6. Managing Followers and following 283

11.2.7. Using Direct Messages 284

11.2.8. Using Search functions 285

10.2.9. Additional Functions 287

11.2.10 Managing Lists 289

11.3 Google talk 292

11.3.1 Before you launch Google Talk 292

11.3.2 Managing Contacts 294

11.3.3 Start Chat 296

11.3.4 Start Voice Chat 297

11.3.5 Sending/Receiveing a file 298

11.3.6 Other functions 299

11.3.7 Setup Options 302

11.4 Sense Chat 305

11.4.1 Connecting the Notetakers 306

11.4.2 Using the Chat Window 306

11.4.3 The Sense Chat File Menu 307

11.4.4 Sense Chat Options 308

11.5 Facebook 309

11.5.1 Opening and Closing Facebook. 309
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