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 Post subject: TBT CF-18 GUIDE
PostPosted: Thu Mar 15, 2012 11:40 pm 
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CF-18 FAQ

(Tweaking now, think I have most of it fixed now)

The CF-18

The CF-18 comes in 5 different Marks or Mk. This is also sub divided into touchscreen or digitizer screen. Touch screen is just that touch with finger, pen or other object. The digitizer won’t work unless it has special pen for the screen.

Here is out break down of the model.

http://www.panasonic.com/business/toughbook/order-toughbook-computers.asp


CF-18XXXXXXXXX

CPU
B - Pentium 900MHz ULV (Centrino) 802.11b+g
C - Pentium 900MHz Ultra Low Voltage (No Wireless)
D - Pentium 1.1GHz ULV (Centrino) 802.11b+g
E - Pentium 1.1GHz ULV (No Wireless LAN) -Federal Only
F - Pentium M 733 - 1.1GHz (Centrino) 802.11a/b/g
G - Pentium M 733 - 1.1GHz (No Wireless LAN) -Federal Only
H - Pentium M 733 - 1.1GHz (Centrino) 802.11b+g
K - Pentium M 753 - 1.2GHz (Centrino) 802.11a/b/g
L - Pentium M 753 - 1.2GHz (No WLAN) -Federal Only
N - Pentium M 753 - 1.2GHz (Centrino) 802.11a/b/g + TPM 1.2
P - Pentium M 753 - 1.2GHz (No WLAN) -Federal Only + TPM 1.2

LCD-Keyboard
D - 10.4 XGA High Bright Digitizer
C - 10.4 XGA High Bright Digitizer - Backlit Keyboard
E - 10.4 XGA Digitizer+Black Cabinet
F - 10.4 XGA Tablet (Hazardous Location)
H - 10.4 XGA High Bright Touchscreen
J - 10.4 XGA High Bright Touchscreen - Backlit Keyboard
K - 10.4 XGA High Bright (Hazardous Location)
T - 10.4 Transflective XGA


HDD-Ram
A - 40GB HDD - 256MB RAM - dual ant. connectors
B - 40GB HDD - 256MB RAM - dual ant. connectors
C - 40GB HDD - 768MB RAM
D - 60GB HDD - 256MB RAM - dual ant. connectors
H - 60GB HDD - 512MB RAM - dual ant. connectors
K - 40GB HDD - 256MB RAM
L - 40GB HDD - 512MB RAM
N - 40GB HDD - 256MB RAM - dual ant. connectors - SmartCard
Q - 60GB HDD - 512MB RAM - dual ant. connectors - SmartCard
1 - 40GB HDD - 256MB RAM - dual ant. conn. - Hazard. Location
2 - 60GB HDD - 512MB RAM - dual ant. conn. - Hazard. Location


Wireless
F - GPRS (Cingular)
G - EDGE (Cingular) - (AT&T GPRS prior to Pent. M 733)
H - GPRS (T-Mobile)
J - CDMA 1xRTT Verizon (no voice)<
K - EDVO (Sprint) - (1xRTT prior to Pent. M 733)
L - GPRS (Cingular)
M - EVDO (Verizon) - (1xRTT prior to Pent. M 733)
Z - None
3 - Special Order


Integrated Options
A - 802.11 Wireless LAN - GPS
B - 802.11 Wireless LAN - Bluetooth
C - 802.11 Wireless LAN - GPS - Bluetooth<
X - Base model
Z - None
1 - Secured HDD Door


OS
B - Windows XP Pro SP2
D - Windows 2000
K - Windows XP Pro
M - Windows XP Pro Tablet PC
R - Windows XP Tablet PC MUI
V - WIndows XP Tablet 2005
X - Windows XP
Z - No License


Destination
M-North America
E - non North America (U.K.)
F - non North America (FRANCE)
G - non North America (GERMANY)
P - non North America (SPAIN)
S - non North America (SWEDEN)
T - non North America (ITALY)
L = Belgium
H = Hungary
K = Turkey
N = Norwegian
4 = Slovenia
5 = Portugal
6 = Greece
7 = Czechoslovakia/Republic
W = Mixed Specification....e.g. a Spanish Keyboard with a US AC cord
(Credit: CF-18 Tablet - ToughWiki) http://toughwiki.com/index.php?title=CF-18_Tablet


Customer Special Configuration:

When a customer orders multiple units of the same configuration they are designated a Panasonic Customer Configuration Number which replaces the fourth & fifth letters in the standard model number.

In the event of the same customer ordering multiple units of different configurations, they are designated additional Customer Configuration Numbers....These configurations are not available in the Panasonic Configurator....these units can often be of a standard configuration with subtle additions such as external hardware....or more significant such as a non-standard Bios that disables the use of WLAN/Bluetooth/Modem.

A Customer Configuration is just that....tailored to the customers needs.

Example; CF-18xxx90xx....This number (90) is designated to Toyota (US)....the full model number is not available in the Panasonic Configurator....so the configuration....subtle or otherwise, is unknown!!

Partial List:

Zurich Finance (UK)
25

Yorkshire Water (UK)
26
29

Romec (UK)
34

Iveco (UK)
40

Steris (US)
45

Thames Water (UK)
53

Iveco (Italy)
55

Dubai Police
57

Philip Morris (Turkey)
58

Anglian Water (UK)
62

Jaguar (UK)
65
66
89

Ford (UK)
68
69

Verizon (US)
00
70
71
72

Tennent (US)
73

AT&T (US)
83
85

Coca-Cola (UK)
87

Toyota (US)
90
91

US Army (Germany)
93

Hyundai
94

Severn Trent Water (UK)
96

Aston Martin (UK)
97

Belgian Government
99

There MUST be others.... (CREDIT: ORANGE GEORGE)


DIGITIZER VS TOUCHSCREEN (DIFFERENCES)

With a touchscreen, there are 2 layers of connected wire mesh encased in a piece of glass or plastic that sits in front of the LCD. When pushed on an intersection connects and completes the circuit and that intersection is where the pointer jumps to.

The digitizer is a giant PCB (the size of the LCD) that sits behind the LCD and detects the presence of another circuit embedded in the stylus using a similar intersection idea. Where it detects it is where the pointer jumps to which is why you don't have to touch the screen for it to work but why nothing but that stylus will work. That's also why the front cover is just a plain piece of glass or plastic. (CREDIT TO: ZEROFLIGHT)

The other reason digitizer screens are beloved by some people is the difference in screen "depth" - A touchscreen has 3 layers of glass in the touch panel on top of the LCD; the digitizer has only 1, or in some cases NONE if they make the LCD extra heavy duty to handle people pressing on it. This removes the issues of poor contrast/color we CF-28 touchscreen users often lament; it also gets rid of the parallax issue where it's difficult to gauge stylus location because of the screen depth. (CREDIT: MNEMENTH)

http://forum.notebookreview.com/pana...uch-screen.html

OK, here are a few clues on telling the difference between a digitizer and touchscreen:

The pen holder slot on the touchscreen model is only 1/2" across Digitizer is about 1"

Image(CREDIT: H-BERT)

There will be a rubber seal flap on the rear left of the case for the serial port. Digitizers do not have serial ports

Image(CREDIT: H-BERT)

Windows XP COA on the touch model. Tablets have XP Tablet edition COA

Designed for windows XP badge on the left wrist wrest. No badge on the tablet as they are designed for XP tablet.

The touchscreen cable harness has only two connector while the digitizer has three.


DIFFERENCES BETWEEN MK’S

ALL BOTTOM COVERS INTERCHANGE BUT THERE IS A DIFFERENCE IN THE MK4,5’S COVER compared to the mk1,2,3 the ram hole slot is bigger, the plate under the speaker cover to help secure the ram is different. I have used a Mk2 back plate on a Mk5, just harder to remove the ram with the cover on. (INSERT PHOTO)

There is a extra speaker wire on the Mk1 running to the audio out sound board. (INSERT PICTURE)

Mk4 no TPM, Mk5 TPM other than that they are virtually identical.

(MORE COMING SOON)

XP HOME/PRO VS XP TABLET

XP Pro doesn't have digitizer drivers, you can install a digitizer driver to get it working. XP TABLET has the digitizer drivers as default.

Service pack 2 should solve Bluetooth driver issues on XP

(CREDIT: CF-18 Drivers and Buttons http://forum.notebookreview.com/panasonic/325093-cf-18-drivers-buttons.html)


WHAT IS UNDER THE HOOD

http://www.panasonic.com/business/toughbook/computer-support-faqs.asp?f=18


Mark 1 -- CF-18B/CF-18C

Mark 2 -- CF-18D/CF-18E

Mark 3 -- CF-18F/CF-18G/CF-18H

Mark 4 -- CF-18K/CF-18L

Mark 5 -- CF-18N/CF-18P



What is the storage/memory capacity for the CF-18 Toughbook?

CF-18B/C (Mk1) -- On-board 256MB. Expandable to 1,280MB

CF-18D/E (Mk2) -- On-board 256. Expandable to 1,280MB

CF-18F/G/H (Mk3)-- On-board 256MB or 512MB. Expandable to 1,280MB or 1,536MB

CF-18K/L (Mk4) -- On-board 512MB. Expandable to 1,536MB

CF-18N/P (Mk5) -- On-board 512MB. Expandable to 1,536MB


What type of CPU is in the CF-18 Toughbook?

CF-18B/C (Mk1) -- Intel® Pentium® M 900MHz ULV

CF-18D/E (Mk2) -- Intel® Pentium® M 1.1GHz ULV

CF-18F/G/H (Mk3) -- Intel® Pentium® M 733 1.10GHz ULV

CF-18K/L (Mk4) -- Intel® Pentium® M 753 1.2GHz ULV

CF-18N/P (Mk5) -- Intel® Pentium® M 753 1.2GHz ULV


What VGA controller is used in the CF-18 Toughbook?

CF-18B/C (Mk1) -- Intel® 855GM - Unified Memory Access(UMA) up to 64MB

CF-18D/E (Mk2) -- Intel® 855GM - UMA up to 64MB

CF-18F/G/H (Mk3) -- Intel® 855GM - UMA up to 64MB

CF-18K/L (Mk4) -- Intel® 915GMS - UMA up to 128MB

CF-18N/P (Mk5) -- Intel® 915GMS - UMA up to 128MB


What is the Front Side Bus (FSB) of the CF-18 Toughbook?

CF-18B/C (Mk1) -- 400MHz

CF-18D/E (Mk2) -- 400MHz

CF-18F/G/H (Mk3) -- 400MHz

CF-18K/L (Mk4) -- 400MHz

CF-18N/P (Mk5) -- 400MHz


What type of wireless network card is installed in the CF-18 Toughbook?

CF-18B (Mk1) -- Intel® PRO/Wireless 2100A - 802.11b

CF-18D (Mk2) -- Intel® PRO/Wireless 2200BG - 802.11b/g

CF-18H (Mk3) -- Intel® PRO/Wireless 2200BG - 802.11b/g

CF-18F (Mk3) -- Intel® PRO/Wireless 2915ABG - 802.11a/b/g

CF-18K (Mk4) -- Intel® PRO/Wireless 2915ABG - 802.11a/b/g

CF-18N (Mk5) -- Intel® PRO/Wireless 2915ABG - 802.11a/b/g


What type of network card is installed in the CF-18 Toughbook and what speed does it support?

CF-18B/C (Mk1) -- RealtekRTL8139DL 10/100

CF-18D/E (Mk2) -- RealtekRTL8101L 10/100

CF-18F/G/H (Mk3) -- RealtekRTL8101L 10/100

CF-18K/L (Mk4) -- RealtekRTL8101L 10/100

CF-18N/P (Mk5) -- RealtekRTL8101L 10/100


What type of sound card is in the CF-18 Toughbook?

CF-18B/C (Mk1) -- SigmaTel STAC9767CC1

CF-18D/E (Mk2) -- SigmaTel STAC9751TGCC1

CF-18F/G/H (Mk3) -- SigmaTel STAC9751TGCC1

CF-18K/L (Mk4) -- SigmaTel STAC9751TGCC1

CF-18N/P (Mk5) -- SigmaTel STAC9751TGCC1


What type of memory can be used in the CF-18 Toughbook?

CF-18B/C (Mk1) -- PC2100 DDR SDRAM

CF-18D/E (Mk2) -- PC2100 DDR SDRAM

CF-18F/G/H (Mk3) -- PC2100DDR SDRAM

CF-18K/L (Mk4) -- PC2-3200 DDR2 SDRAM

CF-18N/P (Mk5) -- PC2-3200 DDR2 SDRAM


CF-18 GPS INSTALL

http://toughbookcentral.com/guides/14/

Not mine but lots of good pictures

(COMING SOON)

CF-18 GPS WITH FACTORY DAUGHTER BOARD

CF-18 GPS WITH CF-19 DAUGHTER BOARD

CF-18 WITH AFTER MARKET GPS


SD CARD READER

Only found on Mk4 and Mk5 models, you may need two registery entry's for windows XP for it to work on over 2gb cards. I have tried up to 4GB card and they work fine. Panasonic reports up to 8GB cards will work. Others have reported up to 16GB works fine.

http://forum.notebookreview.com/panasonic/458050-sd-card-cf-29-a.html

Registry file one http://support.microsoft.com/kb/923293

Registry file two http://support.microsoft.com/kb/934428 For greater than 4gb sdhc.


DOCKING PORTS/REPLICATORS PART NUMBERS

Gamber-Johnson Dual RF version:Item Number:7160-0207-02
Panasonic CF-WEB184A LAN, SERIAL, 4 USB,VGA OUT,HEADPHONE, MICROPHONE


PEN PART NUMBERS

Same as Wacom M200 will fit the digitizer slot, but no hole for the tether.

Also with out the tether hole is this PA3317U-2ETC Toshiba pen.

LINUX INSTALL
UBUNTU 10.10
https://wiki.ubuntu.com/CF-18
http://toughbooktalk.com/viewtopic.php?f=5&t=51


DAUGHTER BOARD

The factory daughterboard is need for the factory install of WWAN, GPS and BLUETOOTH.
(INSERT PICTURE)

A CF-19 Daughter-board will work on a CF-18 opening up a M-PCI-express slot for your use and a usb slot. Then you can install GPS, WWAN or experiment with other cards.


"This is the word of precaution regarding the use of CF-19 HSPDA board(daughter board) into the cf-18. I've checked the schematic between the two and I've found out that one internal USB port is not align to supposed to be into the CF-18. The other usb port I suspect is a complete match into using PCIE term. and all line circuit line port for PCIE. The GPS in is line into ground automatically. It means even though if you don't have yet a GPS module on the PCIE card slot it will display on the bios having a GPS.

Now! I will conclude that the daughter board of CF-19 into the CF-18 must only be use for GPS installation using PCIE card. Nothing else. It is only a words of precautionary measure but if you gonna do further more. Go ahead and explore, Lol"

(CREDIT: ohlip)

CF-18 WWAN PANASONIC SOFTWARE

http://www.panasonic.com/business/toughbook/computer-support-wireless.asp

CF-18 with CF-19 daughterboard GOBI 1000/2000 experiment

(coming soon, waiting on parts)

KEYBOARDS

Chicklet PN:
Emissisve PN:
Rubber backlit PN:

CF-18/19 use the same keyboard.


EXTREME COLD WEATHER OPERATION

http://forum.notebookreview.com/panasonic/618063-safely-disabling-heater.html



HELPFUL THREAD LINKS

CF-18 Tablet - ToughWiki
http://toughwiki.com/index.php?title=CF-18_Tablet

CF-18 touchscreen to digitizer?
http://forum.notebookreview.com/panasonic/534118-cf-18-touchscreen-digitizer.html

CF-18 post it note
http://forum.notebookreview.com/panasonic/364032-cf-18-post-note.html

Toughbook cf-18 serial port
http://forum.notebookreview.com/panasonic/378088-toughbook-cf-18-serial-port.html

HOWTO: Install Windows 7 on a CF-18 mk1
http://forum.notebookreview.com/panasonic/418424-howto-install-windows-7-cf-18-mk1.html

CF-18 Difference between Touchscreen and Digitizer
http://forum.notebookreview.com/panasonic/509394-cf-18-difference-between-touchscreen-digitizer.html

CF-18 - Swap Digitizer w/ touch screen?
http://forum.notebookreview.com/panasonic/226408-cf-18-swap-digitizer-w-touch-screen.html

CF-18 Drivers and Buttons
http://forum.notebookreview.com/panasonic/325093-cf-18-drivers-buttons.html

Future proof Tim’s laptop service manuals
http://www.tim.id.au/blog/tims-laptop-service-manuals/#toc-panasonic

CF-18 unusual docking connector
http://forum.notebookreview.com/panasonic/546786-cf-18-unusual-docking-connector.html

Cheap Digitizer Pens
http://forum.notebookreview.com/panasonic/533464-cheap-digitizer-pens.html

Adding Aftermarket Internal GPS to the CF-18
http://forum.notebookreview.com/panasonic/290174-adding-aftermarket-internal-gps-cf-18-a.html

CF-18 GPS Options
http://forum.notebookreview.com/panasonic/621677-cf-18-gps-options.html

What is hooked up to this CF-18
http://forum.notebookreview.com/panasonic/612387-what-hooked-up-cf-18-a.html

CF-18, Ubuntu installation, Touchscreen works !!!
http://forum.notebookreview.com/panasonic/370776-cf-18-ubuntu-installation-touchscreen-works.html

CF-18 touch-panel and LCD replacement
http://forum.notebookreview.com/panasonic/623873-cf-18-touchpanel-lcd-replacement.html

Australian CF-18 GPS install
http://forum.notebookreview.com/panasonic/582905-australian-cf-18-gps-install.html

Ubuntu 10.10 Is this the Toughbook Version?
http://forum.notebookreview.com/panasonic/524581-ubuntu-10-10-toughbook-version.html

UBUNTU WIKI CF-18
https://wiki.ubuntu.com/CF-18

Safely disabling the heater
http://forum.notebookreview.com/panasonic/618063-safely-disabling-heater.html

SDReader CF-18-Mystery solved
http://forum.notebookreview.com/panasonic/557455-sdreader-cf-18-mystery-solved.html

Screen replacement CF-19
http://forum.notebookreview.com/panasonic/647222-screen-replacement-cf-19-a.html

CF-18/CF-29 GPS module swap?
http://forum.notebookreview.com/panasonic/607724-cf-18-cf-29-gps-module-swap.html

Adding Aftermarket Internal GPS to the CF-30 "shows CF-19 daughter board on CF-18"
http://forum.notebookreview.com/panasonic/648936-adding-aftermarket-internal-gps-cf-30-a-2.html

(I STILL HAVE A LOT OF LINKS TO ADD, SEE ANYTHING I MISSED OR HAVEN'T ADDED SO FAR, SPEAK UP OR PM ME, OVER THE NEXT COUPLE OF MONTHS THIS SHOULD BE FINISHED)

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 Post subject: Re: TBT CF-18 GUIDE
PostPosted: Fri Mar 16, 2012 1:31 am 
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Hey man that looks fine to me :cheers: ...better than what we had before...

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PostPosted: Fri Mar 16, 2012 5:50 am 
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I see the names and links didn't swap over right. I will have to tweak that over the next few days.

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I've made this a sticky!

Thanks Paul.

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i have a model :
CF-18BHKZXKA

what software do I need to download to get the touchscreen and/or digitizer working ?

have loaded win XP pro and have nothing showing yellow in control panel

please advise thanks
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Thank you for the guide ADOR. I appreciate all the work that went into it. Having picked up a mk3 and mk4, this guide was invaluable figuring out these two 18s, especially the 'Buttons and Drivers' link. Got a fresh install of XPP and all drivers installed in one shot. Painless. Thanks again.

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Not sure if you want to add to the guide, but the 11 cf-18 I got recently all had what appeared to be factory installed smart card readers in the bottom pcmcia slots.

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I have/had one with it too. It was in the lower slot. I will go back and make sure I have it put down it was a option. Overlooked that one, thanks.

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What would the "E" stand for in this code:

CF-18NJHZEBM

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plateaugame wrote:
What would the "E" stand for in this code:

CF-18NJHZEBM


Model Number:CF-18NJHZEBM
Status:DISCONTINUED
MSRP:$4,774
Description: Intel Pentium M 753 1.2GHzULV (Centrino), 10.4" Touch Screen XGA, 60GB, 512MB,Intel 802.11a+b+g, Dual pass through, WIN XP SP2,TPM1.2 GPS, Bluetooth, Backlit Keyboard, No Drive

I see several references to government use with these in Google also.

So the E should mean

E: Intel 802.11a+b+g, GPS, Bluetooth 1.2

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