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How do I get the craddle to turn on

When plugging in the cradle with the usb into the back of the computer is it supposed to turn on? How do we get it to turn on?

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It depend of model of your cradle:
If cradle is without charge capability (suits CPT-8000), it get power from USB for internal logic and irda.
Cradles with charging capability ( two charging pin in cradle socket) need a powersupply to power both the charging of CTP-8001 and the internal logic/irda.
The driver need to be installed before connect the cradle to computers USB-port.

Posted on Jul 02, 2015

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