Contents: Introduction. Parts list



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CONTENTS:


  1. Introduction.




  1. Parts list.




  1. Magic Touch Add-On Kits (KTMT series) mounting.




  1. Magic Touch Monitor (KTSC, KTLC series) connection.




  1. Magic Touch Built-In Kits (KTT series) integration.




  1. Controller installation.




    1. Pro controller (Win 98, 95, 3.1, NT 4.0)

    2. ProE controller (Win2000, 98, 95, NT 4.0)

    3. USB controller (Win2000, 98, Apple iMac, G model)

    4. ADB controller (Apple Macintosh)




  1. How to take care of your Magic Touch products.




  1. Warranty information.




  1. How to get technical support.



FCC COMPLIANCE
This equipment has been listed and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to Part 15, Subpart B of FCC Rules. This equipment generates, uses, and can radiate radio frequency energy. If not installed and used in accordance with the instructions, it may cause interference to radio communications. The limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against such interference in a residential situation. There is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation.
DISCLAIMER
The material in this document is for an informational purpose and is subject to change without notice. The manufacturer assumes no responsibility for errors or omissions in this document. Nor is any liability assumed for any damages from the use of this product and the information contained in this document. All mentioned product names herein are registered trademarks of the respective companies.

All rights reserved. No part of this document and the software provided with the product may be reproduced or modified without permission of the manufacturer.
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  1. Introduction:

Please identify the model of Magic Touch that you have purchased. Check all the parts in the package against the parts list. Follow the installation instruction for the specific model of yours. NOTE: The installation should be simple and straightforward. However, improper installation may cause permanent damages. Read the instruction carefully.




  1. Parts List:

Add-On Kit Touch Monitor Built-In Kit

(KTMT) (KTSC/KTLC) (KTT)

External touch screen 1 0 0

Hangers accessories 1 0 0

Integrated touch monitor 0 1 0

Internal touch screen 0 0 1

Magic pen (stylus) 1 1 1

Operation manual (set) 1 1 1

Installation diskettes (set) 1 1 1

Warranty card 1 1 1

Controller box *: 1 1 1

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* Pro controller (includes keyboard power adapter set AT & PS/2), or ProE controller, or USB controller, or ADB controller (includes ADB cable).

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  1. Magic Touch Add-On Kit (KTMT series) mounting:




    1. Measure the top frame of the monitor. If it is 1.5 inches (3.8 cm) or less, use the top hole on the hangers to snap or screw into the touch screen panel (see 3.2.). Otherwise, use the bottom hole.

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3.2. Place the touch screen panel on a flat table with the backside facing up. Snap or screw (depends on the models) two hangers into the back of the panel. For snap type, push the tab slightly towards the panel and push hanger down. Do not apply excessive force. >>>


3.3. Hang the touch screen onto the monitor in center position. Use a pencil to mark the hangers’ position on top of the monitor.

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3.4. Remove the touch screen from the monitor. Adhere two pieces of Velcro strips (provided) onto the top of the monitor near the pencil marks. >>>


3.5. Mount the touch screen panel onto the monitor with the hangers aligned to the Velcro strips. Keep the touch screen as close to the monitor as possible.

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3.6. Press down the hangers to fasten the Velcro strips.

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3.7. For additional security, you may adhere the Velcro at the bottom of the screen too. ( It will be more difficult to remove the screen if needed.)

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3.8. Adhere the 3 cable clips to the side of the monitor to organize and secure the cable. This can also prevent the screen from dropping down to the ground directly when it gets knocked off from the monitor. >>>

IT IS VERY IMPORTANT TO FOLLOW THE ABOVE PROCEDURES TO AVOID ANY ACCIDENTAL DAMAGE TO THE PRODUCT.

Continue to section 6 for controller installation.


  1. Magic Touch Monitor (KTSC & KTLC series) connection:

The Magic Touch monitor (CRT & LCD) connection has two steps. First, the monitor should be connected to the computer as instructed in the monitor’s manual, which typically involves the power cord and video cable connection. Second, connect the flat phone type touch screen cable from the back of the monitor to the magic touch controller (continue to section 6 for controller installation).



  1. Magic Touch Built-In Kit (KTT series) integration:

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The built-in kits must be integrated by experienced technician. A general guide for integration is available upon request. However, the instruction provided does not guarantee the success of the integration. The integrator will be solely responsible for any potential damage to the monitor and touch screen kit. After touch screen integration, please follow the controller installation in section 6.




  1. Controller Installation:




    1. Pro Controller (Windows 98, 3.1, NT4.0)

WARNING: TURN OFF THE COMPUTER BEFORE INSTALLATION.

6.1.1. Plug the T-shape power adapter into keyboard port, and then connect the keyboard to the other end of this adapter. Both PS/2 and AT type adapters are provided. Choose the one that fits your computer.

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6.1.2. Plug the T-shape power adapter cable into the controller’s power jack. This is to provide +5 VDC power to the controller.

DO NOT use other power supply. >>>
6.1.3. Plug the controller cable (DB-9) into a serial port (Com port): Com1 or Com2. Make sure that com port is not already in use by other serial device, such as the fax/modem. If your available serial port has a 25-pin male connector (instead of 9-pin), you will need to get a 25-pin female to 9-pin male converter from a computer store.

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6.1.4. Plug the touch screen cable (phone line type) into the controller. >>>

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6.1.5. If you have a PS/2 mouse (round connector), continue to Magic Touch driver installation. If you need to use a serial mouse, but there is no more serial port available, you may plug the serial mouse into the controller. Note: It must be a Microsoft compatible mouse. If not sure, test your mouse first. Plug the mouse to com port directly, insert the setup diskette. Shutdown Windows, select Restart in MS.DOS mode, type A: (hit enter), type cd\test (hit enter), type mdet (hit enter). If testing result confirms that is a Microsoft compatible mouse, continue to Magic Touch driver installation.




    1. ProE Controller (Windows 2000, 98, 95, NT4.0):

WARNING: TURN OFF THE COMPUTER BEFORE INSTALLATION.



      1. Plug the controller cable (DB-9) into a serial port (Com port): Com1 or Com2. Make sure that com port is not already in use by other serial device, such as the fax/modem. If your available serial port has a 25-pin male connector (instead of 9-pin), you will need to get a 25-pin female to 9-pin male converter from a computer store.

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      1. Plug the touch screen flat phone line type cable into the controller. Continue to Magic Touch Driver Installation.




    1. USB Controller (Windows 2000, 98, Apple iMac, G model):




      1. Make sure your computer has USB ports.






      1. Plug the controller cable into a USB port.

      2. Plug the touch screen phone line type cable into the controller. Continue to Magic Touch Driver Installation.

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    1. ADB Controller (Apple Macintosh):

WARNING: TURN OFF THE COMPUTER BEFORE INSTALLATION.
Disconnect your mouse from the keyboard. Plug the ADB cable provided into the ADB port on the keyboard, and plug the other end of the cable to either one of the two ADB ports on the controller box. Connect your mouse to the other ADB port on the controller. Plug the touch screen phone line type cable into the controller box. Continue to Magic Touch Driver Installation.



  1. How to take care of your Magic Touch product:




    1. Place the monitor at a stable and easy-to-touch position.

    2. Avoid facing direct strong light to reduce glare.

    3. DO NOT touch the screen with hard, sharp objects.

    4. DO NOT hit or drop the screen.

    5. DO NOT spray any liquid directly to the screen.

    6. DO NOT alter or substitute any parts.

    7. Clean the screen with soft cloth or paper towel dampened with standard cleaning solution, such as Windex, alcohol, etc.

    8. Put the screen into the original box with adequate protection for storage and transportation.


Failure to handle and use this product properly will negate the warranty.


  1. Warranty Information:

The touch screen panel (sensor) is covered for one-year parts & labor warranty. The controller and cable accessories are covered for three-year parts & labor warranty. Please see details in the setup diskette, under file name of warranty.




  1. How to get technical support:


A troubleshooting guide is available on the web site (www.magictouch.com), and it is also included in Win98 setup diskette (Apple users: please see this document on the web site.). For prompt response, it is recommended that you send e-mail to tech@magictouch.com. You should include the information about Magic Touch model, driver version, your computer model, operating system and the nature of the problems encountered. You may also call 972-234-8617 during office hours (9-5/ M-F) or contact your local authorized distributor for assistance.

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USER’S MANUAL
Part 1. Hardware Installation




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