Honeywell 6500 manual

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    Dolphin ™ 6500 Mobile Computer with Windows ® Embedded Handheld 6.5 User’s Guide[...]

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    Disc laimer Honeyw ell International Inc. (“HII”) reser v es the right to make changes in specif[...]

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    iii Chapter 1 - Agency Approvals Label Locations ................................................. .[...]

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    iv Function Key Combinations ................................ ......................................[...]

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    v Connections Manager .......................................... ...................................[...]

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    vi Parts and Functions .......................................... ..................................[...]

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    1 - 1 1 Agency Appr ov als Label Locations Dolphin 6500 mobile computers meet or exceed the requirem[...]

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    1 - 2 Safety & RF Appr ov als by Country: * Does not apply to IS4813 laser engine. R&TTE Com[...]

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    1 - 3 Laser Safety Label If the following label is attached to your product, it indicates the produc[...]

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    1 - 4 This device and its antenna must not be co-loc ated or operating in conjunction with any other[...]

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    2 - 1 2 Getting Star ted Out of the Bo x Verify that your carton c ontains the following items: • [...]

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    2 - 2 5. Replace the hand strap. We recommend use of Honeywell Li-Ion ba ttery packs. Use of any non[...]

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    2 - 3 The power adapter on the power cable converts the voltage from the power source to 5 volts DC.[...]

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    2 - 4 Home Screen After the Dolphin ter minal initializ es the first time, y ou see the Home screen.[...]

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    2 - 5 Horizontal Scr oll Indicator Meaning Synchronizing data The term inal could not synchroniz e d[...]

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    2 - 6 The Horizontal Scroll, located at the top of most application windows , provides access to add[...]

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    2 - 7 File Explorer Y ou can also use the File Explorer to find files and organize these files into [...]

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    3 - 1 3 T erminal Har dware Overvie w Dolphin 6500 terminals include a number of standard terminal c[...]

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    3 - 2 Fr ont P anel Features Scan/Decode LED The LED lights red when you press the Sc an trigger in [...]

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    3 - 3 For touch screen input, use the stylus included with the terminal or your finger. The method y[...]

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    3 - 4 Removing the Screen Pr otector Dolphin 6500s ship with a touch screen protector alre ady insta[...]

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    3 - 5 4. Align the exposed edge of the screen protector along the left edge of the touch panel. Make[...]

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    3 - 6 6. Pull smoothly and evenly from left to right unt il the screen protector is applied. Press g[...]

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    3 - 7 12. For maximum performance, recalibrate the screen. Tap > Settings > System > Screen[...]

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    3 - 8 Bac k P anel Features Hand Strap The Dolphin 6500 comes with an adjustable, elastic hand strap[...]

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    3 - 9 • 1KHz–72db • 4KHz–72db Stylus Dolphin 6500 terminals ship with a stylus inserted in a[...]

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    3 - 10 3. Press the SD card towards the front of the termi nal until you hear a click to confirm tha[...]

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    3 - 11 T op P anel Features Imager or Laser Aperture Window The angled image engine or laser engine [...]

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    3 - 12 • USB Host D- • USB Host Detect • Clear To Send • Received Data •G N D • RS-232 S[...]

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    3 - 13 Li-Ion Battery Pac ks The Li-Ion battery pack provides the main power supply for the terminal[...]

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    3 - 14 Charging Options When the battery is installed in the terminal, you c an use any of the perip[...]

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    3 - 15 • Avoid storing batteries outside the specified range of -4 to 140° F (-20 to 40°C) or in[...]

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    3 - 16 Charging Guidelines Follow these guidelines to maximize the life of the Dolphin 6500’s inte[...]

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    3 - 17 T r oubleshooting Suspend/Resume If the terminal does not wake when you press the Power butto[...]

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    3 - 18 Dolphin 6500 T echnical Specifications Operating System Microsoft Windows Embedded Handheld 6[...]

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    3 - 19 Operating T emperature 14° to122°F (-10° to 50°C) Charging T emperature 32° to 104°F (0[...]

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    4 - 1 4 Using the K eypad Overview The 28-key and 52-key keypads are as follows: Navigation K eys Th[...]

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    4 - 2 Basic Ke ys Alpha/Numeric Modes 28-key keypad: The keypad defaults to numeric mode. Use the AL[...]

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    4 - 3 Function Ke y Combinations On the 28-key keypad, hold down the Function key ( FUNC ) and then [...]

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    4 - 4 CTRL Ke y Combinations On the 28-key keypad, hold down the Control key ( CTRL ) and then press[...]

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    4 - 5 Pr ogram Buttons Buttons can be programmed to execute different f unctions using the Program B[...]

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    4 - 6[...]

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    5 - 1 5 Using the Image Engine Overview The Dolphin 6500 houses a compact image engine using Adaptus[...]

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    5 - 2 Suppor ted Bar Code Symbologies Symbology T ype Symbology Name 1D Symbologies Codabar Code 3 o[...]

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    5 - 3 Activ a ting the Engine When a scanning application is open, press the Scan key to activate th[...]

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    5 - 4 Sample Bar Codes You can use the following bar codes to verify decoding: Omni-Directional Scan[...]

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    5 - 5 T aking an Image 1. Tap > Demos > Image Demo . 2. Point the Dolphin terminal at the obje[...]

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    5 - 6[...]

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    6 - 1 6 Using the Laser Engine Overview The Dolphin 6500 (IS4813 laser version) contains a laser dio[...]

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    6 - 2 Activ a ting the Engine When a scanning application is open, press the Scan key to activate th[...]

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    7 - 1 7 System Settings Overview Customized settings are a vailab le on the System Settings menu. T [...]

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    7 - 2 Cloc k & Alarms The Clock & Alarms settings can be accessed from the Home screen or th[...]

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    7 - 3 P ersonal Men u T o access the P ersonal Menu, tap > Settings > P ersonal . The screen o[...]

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    7 - 4 Changing Button Assignments 1. Tap > Settings > Personal > Buttons . Note: The button[...]

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    7 - 5 1. Tap > File Explorer , and navigate to the program ( My Device > Program Files ). 2. T[...]

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    7 - 6 System Menu The System menu enab les you to v er ify and sometimes alter system parameters . T[...]

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    7 - 7 About The About system setting displa ys specific informat ion about the ter minal. It contain[...]

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    7 - 8 Ta p > Settings > System > Backlight . The On Battery tab deter mines the bac klight [...]

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    7 - 9 Encryption Encr yption giv es you the option of encrypting files pl aced on storage cards so t[...]

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    7 - 10 Managed Programs Managed Programs are a list of prog rams that are managed if enrolled to ent[...]

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    7 - 11 Po w e r P ow er system settings contains four tabs: Battery , Advanced, CPU P ower Setting, [...]

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    7 - 12 Note: When the terminal “powers off”, it enters Suspend Mode , see page 3-16 for addition[...]

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    7 - 13 Remove Pr ograms Remov e Programs enab les you to remov e programs installed on the terminal.[...]

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    7 - 14 Screen The Screen system setting contains three scr eens: General, Clear T ype, and T ext Siz[...]

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    7 - 15 T ask Mana ger The T ask Manager provides inf or mation about applicat ions and processes run[...]

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    7 - 16 Using the T ask Manager Applications T o vie w the status of the programs running on your mob[...]

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    8 - 1 8 Comm unication Connecting the Dolphin 6500-USB Comm unication Cable To facilitate USB commun[...]

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    8 - 2 2. Select the USB charging option (100mA or 500mA). If you do not disconnect the cable, the op[...]

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    8 - 3 Connections Menu The Connections system setting provides access to the terminal’ s v ar ious[...]

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    8 - 4 Connections Manager Microsoft’ s Connections Manager sets up multiple netw ork connections t[...]

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    8 - 5 • Modem • Virtual Private Network (VPN) • Proxy server connection Note: If you are conne[...]

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    8 - 6 Dolphin Wireless Manager The Dolphin Wireless Manager provides a centr alized interf ace that [...]

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    8 - 7 Dolphin Wireless Manager Window Enabling the Radios 1. T ap on the Home screen to access the D[...]

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    8 - 8 Accessing Radio Configuration Utilities Each radio has its o wn configuration utility that y o[...]

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    8 - 9 Connecting and Synchr onizing the T erminal and W orkstation T o synchronize data between the [...]

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    8 - 10 Setting Up the Host W orkstation T o synchronize data between the terminal and the wo rkstati[...]

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    8 - 11 Installing Additional Software Dolphin ter minals ship with the oper ating system, radio dr i[...]

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    8 - 12 a. Open ActiveSync and click Explore, or b. Open Windows Mobile Device Center and click File [...]

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    8 - 13 2. Select the program version that matc hes your Dolphin terminal and processor. 3. Read any [...]

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    8 - 14[...]

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    9 - 1 9 W orking with the Bluetooth Radio Enabling the Bluetooth Radio Y ou enable the Bluetooth rad[...]

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    9 - 2 P airing and T rusted Devices The ter minal does support pair ing. P airing happens du r ing g[...]

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    9 - 3 4. Select a device from the list and tap Next . 5. You are prompted to enter a passcode. • I[...]

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    9 - 4 8. When the connection is complete, a list of matchi ng and supported services on the device a[...]

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    9 - 5 4. The Bluetooth radio begins searching for devices. 5. Tap the device to begin sending the se[...]

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    9 - 6 Making the T erminal Discoverab le By def ault, the Dolphin ter minal is not discov erab le, w[...]

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    10 - 1 10 Dolphin HomeBase/eBase De vice Overview Note: The information in this chapter applies to b[...]

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    10 - 2 Fr ont P anel Terminal Well Place the Dolphin terminal in the terminal well to communicate wi[...]

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    10 - 3 Bac k P anel DC Power Jack Connect the power cable to this power jack; see Powering the Dolph[...]

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    10 - 4 P owering the Dolphin HomeBase De vice The terminal requires 5 volts DC input for communica t[...]

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    10 - 5 The following illustration shows how to install the ferrite on the cable. It should be placed[...]

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    10 - 6 Charging a Spare Battery The base can also charge a second battery while th e terminal is pos[...]

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    10 - 7 T echnical Specifications Structural Dimensions 5.3 in. high X 4.5 in. wide X 3.1 in. deep (1[...]

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    10 - 8[...]

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    11 - 1 11 Dolphin QuadChar ger Device Overview The Dolphin QuadCharger device is a four-slot chargin[...]

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    11 - 2 Power Supply Connector Use this connector to attach the pow er supply to the charger. The un [...]

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    11 - 3 3. When the Status LED turns green, the ba ttery in the slot has completed charging. Recommen[...]

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    11 - 4 T echnical Specifications Structural Dimensions 7.3 in. long X 3.7 in. wide X 2.4 in. high (1[...]

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    12 - 1 12 Dolphin 6500 Net Base Device Overview The Net Base enables up to f our Dolphin 6500 mobi l[...]

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    12 - 2 P ar ts and Functions Front P anel Terminal Wells The Net Base contains four terminal wells. [...]

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    12 - 3 Back P anel DC Power Jack Use the power cable from Honeywell that comes with the Net Base to [...]

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    12 - 4 Bottom P anel F or details on how to mount the Net Base, see Mounting the Net Base on page 12[...]

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    12 - 5 Charging the Main Battery The base provides po wer to the Dolphin ter minals and allo ws the [...]

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    12 - 6 3. Plug the Ethernet cable into the network. 4. Insert the Dolphin into one of the terminal w[...]

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    12 - 7 Bottom P anel Desk Mounting The DIN Rail (7.5 X 35 mm) slot on the bottom pane l enables secu[...]

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    12 - 8 3. Then, using the appropriate nuts and bolts, secure the DIN Rail to a stable, flat horizont[...]

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    12 - 9 2. Slide the bolt through the wall bra cket, and thread the toggle nut onto the bolt. 3. Pres[...]

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    12 - 10 3. Slide the washer onto the screw and tighten the nut to secure the assembly. 4. Remove the[...]

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    13 - 1 13 Dolphin 6500 Slide-On Handle Overview The optional slide-on handle provides a productivity[...]

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    14 - 1 14 Customer Suppor t T echnical Assistance If you need assistance installing or trou b leshoo[...]

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    14 - 2 FROM A CLAIM BASED ON CONTRACT, WARRANTY, TORT, OR OTHERWISE) EXCEED THE ACTUAL AMOUNT PAID T[...]

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