Mini-PCI Wireless Card NXA-PCI80211G Manuals




Installation Guide
NXA-PCI80211G Mini-PCI Wireless Card
For more detailed installation, operation, and firmware setup instructions, refer to 
Step 1: Remove the existing NXT Outer Housing
the 1200V-Series & VG-Series Modero Touch Panels instruction manuals 
1.
Carefully detach al  connectors from the rear of the touch panel and then 
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gently place the touch panel LCD facedown onto a soft cloth to expose the 
under-side of the base (FIG. 2). This step helps prevent scratching of the 
Overview
LCD. 
The 1200V-Series and VG-Series Modero touch panels can connect to a 
2.
Tilt the base forward so that both the bottom surface and Housing Screws 
wireless network using an internal NXA-PCI80211G compatible mini-PCI 
are easily accessible and then remove the four plastic adhesive feet.
Wireless Card (FG2255-04) connected to two antennas. All 1200-V and 
Note: Reference the location of the four plastic adhesive "feet". Once the outer 
VG-Series panels come factory instal ed only with the two antennas used for 
housing is placed back onto the panel, these "feet" must be placed back in their 
later connection to the optional wireless card (FIG. 1) which is field-instal able.        
original locations so they can fit into their provided openings on a Battery Base.
3.
While holding the outer housing and base plate at an angle (to prevent it 
from sliding)
, use a grounded Phillips-head screwdriver to remove the eight 
Housing Screws (FIG. 2).   
Base plate
Unscrew these
Outer housing
eight Housing
Screws to
FIG. 1  NXA-PCI80211G mini-PCI Wireless Card
remove the
45°
Specifications    
circuit board
housing
NXA-PCI80211G Specifications
Description:
• Direct Sequence Spread Spectrum (DSSS)/CCK 802.11g 
Wireless mini-PCI card with detachable antennas.
DO NOT
REMOVE
Frequency
• Using 802.11b & g communication:
these screws
 Range:
  - 2.412  ~ 2.462 GHz - North America
  - 2.412  ~ 2.484 GHz - Japan
They secure
  - 2.412  ~ 2.472 GHz - Europe ETSI
the speakers
  - 2.457  ~ 2.462 GHz - Spain
  - 2.457  ~ 2.472 GHz - France
to the main
board
Media Access 
• CSMA/CA with ACK
 Technique:
Hinge Brackets (2)
Operating 
• Using 802.11b & g communication:
FIG. 2  Location of the attachment screws underneath an NXT panel base
 Channels:
  - 11: (Ch 1 - 11) - North America
  - 14: (Ch 1 - 14) - Japan
  - 13: (Ch 1 - 13) - Europe ETSI
4.
Rotate the panel back over (while gripping the entire unit and outer 
  - 2: (Ch 10 - 11) - Spain
housing) and rest the base back onto a flat surface.
  - 4: (Ch 10 - 13) - France
5.
Gently tilt the LCD panel backwards and in a single motion, carefully pul  
Operating 
• Temperature: 0°C ~ 55°C (32°F to 131°F) (operating) and 
the outer housing up and then out (away from the LCD panel) to expose 
 Environment:
                      -20°C ~ 70°C (-4°F to 158°F) (storage)
• Humidity: (non-condensing) 5% ~ 90% RH (operating) and 
the internal circuit board.
                (non-condensing) 5% ~ 95% RH (storage)
Step 2: Install the new 802.11g mini-PCI Card and Antenna (NXD)
Operating Voltage:
• 3.3V + 5% I/O supply voltage
1.
Complete the procedures outline within  Step 2: Installing the mini-PCI 
Power 
• @ 802.11b communication:
Wireless Card section on page 2 and then complete the following step.
 Consumption:
- RX: 300 mA
- TX: 64 mA
Step 3: Close and Resecure the NXT Panel Enclosure
- Sleep: 12mA
1.
Tilt the LCD back to a 45° and then gently slide-on the outer housing 
• @ 802.11g communication:
- RX: 330 mA
(towards the LCD) until its both aligned over the installation holes and the 
- TX: 575 mA
tilt bracket prevents any further forward movement. 
- Sleep: 12mA
2.
Gently press down on the housing (toward the base) until it is securely 
Radio Data Rate:
• 802.11g compliant: 1, 2, 5.5, 11 (DSSS/CCK); 6, 9, 12, 18, 24, 36, 
48, and 54 (OFDM) Mbps data rates
positioned over the circuit board and cover base.
Note: Use caution when re-installing the outer housing. Improper 
Receiver 
• Using 802.11b communication:
 Sensitivity:
   1 Mbps: -86 dBm (max)
re-installation can cause damage to the internal speakers.
   2 Mbps: -84 dBm (max)
   5.5 Mbps: -83 dBm (max)
3.
While holding the circuit board cover in place, turn the panel back over until 
   11 Mbps: -80 dBm (max)   
the LCD lies facedown on a soft cloth and the under-side of the base is 
• Using 802.11g communication:
   1 Mbps: -86 dBm (max)
exposed.
   2 Mbps: -84 dBm (max)
4.
Insert and secure the eight Housing Screws (using a grounded 
   5.5 Mbps: -83 dBm (max)
   11 Mbps: -80 dBm (max)   
Phillips-head screwdriver) into their respective locations (FIG. 2).
Security:
• 64-bit and 128-bit WEP
5.
Replace any adhesive plastic "feet" that might have been removed during 
the removal process of the outer housing. These "feet" must be placed 
NXA-PCI80211G Card and Antenna Installation
back onto their original locations so they can fit into their provided 
openings on the Battery Base.
Since all 1200V-Series and VG-Series panels have been pre-installed with two 
antennas, these panel types can be optionally field-upgraded for wireless 
6.
Grasp both the LCD and housing and then rotate the entire unit back onto a 
communication via the instal ation of this card. 
flat surface.
7.
Insert al  connectors and apply power.
NXA-PCI80211G Installation into Modero NXT Panels 
Upgrading the wireless mini-PCI card in the NXT Table Top Touch Panels 
involves removing the outer housing (with speaker plate), installing the new 
802.11g wireless card, and then placing the outer housing back onto the NXT 
panel, as described below.

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