Dell Precision 5520 Mobile Workstation Visual Guide

Dell Precision 5520 Mobile Workstation Visual Guide



This article provides a Visual Guide to your Dell Precision 5520 Mobile Workstation


Table of Contents :

  1. Front View
  2. Base View
  3. Left View
  4. Right View
  5. Display
  6. Back
Note: For a more detailed description about each location, please go to the system manuals at:

1. Front View

5520 Front

1 Left Microphone

Provides high quality digital sound input for audio recording and voice calls.

3 Right Microphone

Provides high quality digital sound input for audio recording and voice calls.

2 Power and battery-status light

Indicates the power state and battery state of the computer.

Solid white — Power adapter is connected and the battery is charging.

Solid amber — Battery charge is low or critical.

Off — Battery is fully charged.

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2. Base View

5520 base

1 Left-click area

Press to left-click.

4 Power button

Press to turn on the computer if it is turned off, in sleep state or in hibernate state.

Press to put the computer in sleep state if it is turned on.

Press and hold for 4 seconds to force shut‑down the computer

Press and hold for 25 seconds to force Real Time Clock (RTC) battery reset.

2 Touch pad

Move your finger on the touch pad to move the mouse pointer. Tap to left-click.

3 Right-click area

Press to right-click.

Note: For a guide to the keyboard see the following article:

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3. Left View

5520 left view

1 Power-adapter port

Connect a power adapter to provide power to your computer and charge the battery

3 HDMI port

Connect a TV or another HDMI‑in enabled device. Provides video and audio output.

2 USB 3.0 port with PowerShare

Connect peripherals such as storage devices, printers.

Provides data transfer speeds up to 5 Gbps.

PowerShare allows you to charge your USB devices even when your computer is turned off

4 Thunderbolt 3 (USB Type-C) port

Supports USB 3.1 Gen 2, DisplayPort 1.2 , Thunderbolt 3 and also allows you to connect to external display adapter.

Provides data transfer rates up to 10 Gbps for USB 3.1 Gen 2 and up to 40 Gbps for Thunderbolt 3.

Supports Power Delivery that enables two-way power supply between devices. Provides up to 5V/3A power output that enables faster charging.

5 Headset port

Connect a headphone, a microphone, or a headset (headphone and microphone combo).

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4. Right View

5520 Right View

1 SD-card slot

Reads from and writes to an SD card.

3 Battery-charge status lights (5)

Turn on when the battery-charge status button is pressed. Each light indicates approximately 20% charge.

2 USB 3.0 port with PowerShare

Connect peripherals such as storage devices and printers

Provides data transfer speeds up to 5 Gbps.

PowerShare allows you to charge your USB devices even when your computer is turned off

4 Battery-status button

Press to check the charge remaining in the battery.

5 Security-cable slot (for Kensington locks)

Connect a security cable to prevent unauthorised movement of your computer.

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5. Display

5520 Display

1 Camera

Allows you to video chat, capture photos, and record videos

2 Camera-status light

Turns on when the camera is in use.

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6. Back

5520 Back

1 Service Tag Label

The Service Tag is a unique alphanumeric identifier that enables Dell service technicians to identify the hardware components in your computer and access warranty information.

2 Regulatory Label

Contains regulatory information of your computer.

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Article ID: SLN304932

Last Date Modified: 07/03/2017 07:03 AM


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