Honeywell 9950 manual

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    Dolphin ® 9900 Mobile Computers Dolphin 9900 Dolphin 9950 Dolphin 9951 with Windows Mobile ® 6.1 U[...]

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    Disc laimer Honeywell International Inc. (“HII”) reserves the ri ght to make changes in specific[...]

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

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    iv Batteries .......................................................................................[...]

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    v System Tab ................................................. .....................................[...]

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    vi Voice Communication ................................... ................................. .......[...]

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    vii Communicating with the Dolphin Terminal ........... .................................. .........[...]

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    viii[...]

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    1 - 1 1 Agency Inf ormation Dolphin 9900, 9950, and 9951 terminals meet or ex ceed the requirements [...]

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    1 - 2 LED Safety Statement The LED output on this device has been tested in accordance with IEC6 082[...]

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    1 - 3 Appr o v als b y Country *Applies to 99XXXXX-XXXXXXI units. This Class 2 Laser Product is in a[...]

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    1 - 4 Dolphin RF T erminal—802.11b/g, Bluetooth, and/or GSM This device complies with Part 15 of t[...]

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    1 - 5 In order to avoid the dissemination of those substanc es in our environment and to diminish th[...]

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

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    2 - 2 Step 2. Charge the Main and Backup Batteries The power supply for Dolphin terminals consists o[...]

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    2 - 3 The Clock Settings screen appears. The time zone defaults to GMT-5 Eastern US ; tap the arrow [...]

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    2 - 4 Command Bar The Command bar is located at the bottom of application windows. Menus change acco[...]

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    2 - 5 Icons in the Navigation Bar Indicator Meaning The term inal could not synchroniz e data with t[...]

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    2 - 6 P op-Up Menus With pop-up menus, you can quickly choose an acti on for a selected item. To acc[...]

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    2 - 7 File Explorer You can also use the File Explorer to find fi les and organize these files into [...]

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    3 - 1 3 Har d ware Overview Standar d Configurations for the 9900 Some configurations of the 9900 te[...]

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    3 - 2 P eripherals f or the 9900, 9950, and 9951 Each of the following items is sold separately to e[...]

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    3 - 3 Accessories f or the 9900, 9950, and 9951 Each of the following items is sold separately to en[...]

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    3 - 4 Fr ont P anel: 9900, 9950, and 9951 Indicator LED Touch Panel Display Navigation Keys SCAN Key[...]

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    3 - 5 Front P anel Features for the 9900, 9950, and 9951 Front Speaker The integrated speaker that s[...]

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    3 - 6 Bac k P anel: 9900 For a description of each callout, see Back Panel Features for the 9900, 99[...]

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    3 - 7 Bac k and Side P anels: 9950 and 9951 The back panel of the 9950 and 9951 contains an inte gra[...]

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    3 - 8 Back P anel For a description of each callout, see Back Panel Features for the 9900, 9950, and[...]

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    3 - 9 Bac k P anel Features f or the 9900, 9950, and 9951 Battery Well The Battery Well is a recesse[...]

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    3 - 10 Side P anels: 9900, 9950, and 9951 The left and the right side panels contain different featu[...]

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    3 - 11 Installing a Memory Card 1. Press the Power key to put th e terminal in Suspend Mode; see Sus[...]

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    3 - 12 Bottom P anel: 9900, 9950, and 9951 I/O Connector The I/O connector powers the terminal, char[...]

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    3 - 13 Using the T ouch P anel Honeywell defines proper use of the terminal touch p anel as using a [...]

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    3 - 14 Healthcare Housing Some configurations of the 9900 te rminal are available with an external p[...]

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    3 - 15 • Dolphin HomeBase Device (see page 11-1) • Dolphin Mobile Base Device (see page 12-1) ?[...]

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    3 - 16 Charging The internal backup battery is power ed by the main battery pack. Theref ore, chargi[...]

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    3 - 17 Setting Critical and Low Batter y P oints Developers can reset the battery parameters in the [...]

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    3 - 18 Resetting the T erminal There are two types of system resets: a soft and a hard reset. Soft R[...]

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    4 - 1 4 Using the Scan Image Engine Overview The Dolphin terminal houses a compact image engine t ha[...]

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    4 - 2 A vailable Laser Engines Laser Specifications The maximum power outputs for each diode are as [...]

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    4 - 3 Suppor ted Bar Code Symbologies Symbology T ype Symbology Name 1D Symbologies Codabar Code 3 o[...]

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    4 - 4 Decoding The terminal supports two types of image decoding for use in various bar code reading[...]

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    4 - 5 Aiming Options The aiming beams are smaller when the terminal is held closer to the code and l[...]

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    4 - 6 Capturing Images The image-capture process is an intuitive, split-secon d operation for experi[...]

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    4 - 7 Enab ling the Aimer If your Dolphin terminal is configured with the 5300 imager, you can enabl[...]

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    5 - 1 5 Using the K e yboar ds A vailable K e yboar ds There are three keyboard options in the 9900 [...]

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    5 - 2 Common Buttons See Using the Function Keys on page 5-2. See Using the Modifier Keys on page 5-[...]

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    5 - 3 Using the Modifier Ke ys Using the Navigation K e ys Located in the center of each keyb oard f[...]

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    5 - 4 Stic ky Ke y Functionality Sticky key functionality is supported for the CTRL key, which means[...]

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    5 - 5 35-Ke y Alpha/Numeric K e yboar d ALPHA Ke y The ALPHA key enables you to toggle between the a[...]

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    5 - 6 35-Ke y K eyboar d Combinations Ke y NUM Shift-NUM Alpha Shift-Alpha BLUE RED Pow e r Suspend/[...]

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    5 - 7 BKSP Backspace Backspace Bac kspace Bac kspace @ Delete Delete Delete Delete Delete Inser t CT[...]

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    5 - 8 43-Ke y Alpha/Numeric K e yboar d Number Lock (NUM) K e y The Number Lock key enables you to t[...]

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    5 - 9 43-Ke y K eyboar d Combinations Alpha Alpha Shift NUM Lock NUM Shift BLUE RED a A1 ! b B2 @ c [...]

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    5 - 10 Down arr o w Down Down Down V o lume do wn P age down SFT Shift Shift Shift Send (a phone cal[...]

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    5 - 11 56-Ke y Full Alpha/Numeric K e yboar d SCAN SFT ESC TA B EN T CTRL SP BKSP DEL INS 12 3 4 5 6[...]

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    5 - 12 56-Ke y K eyboar d Combinations Ke y SHIFT BLUE RED 1 ! 2 @ 3 # 4 $ 5 % 6 ^ 7 & 8 * 9 ( 0[...]

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    5 - 13 R F18 S F19 T F20 U Star t menu F21 V F22 W F23 X F24 Y F25 Z Up arro w V olume up P age up D[...]

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    5 - 14 General Windows K e yboar d Shortcuts Press these keys, T o… CTRL + C Cop y CTRL + X Cut CT[...]

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    6 - 1 6 System Settings Overview Customized settings are available on the Start menu. Tap Start >[...]

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    6 - 2 P er sonal T ab To access the Personal tab, go to Start > Settings . The screen opens displ[...]

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    6 - 3 Buttons The Buttons setting programs certain keyboard button s to launch applications or execu[...]

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    6 - 4 Input The Input settings enables you to customize input fr om the SIP, adjust word completion [...]

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    6 - 5 Menus You can add existing programs you use often, such as File Explorer, to the Start menu fo[...]

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    6 - 6 2. Tap and hold on the program, then tap Copy on the pop-up menu. 3. Navigate to the Windows f[...]

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    6 - 7 System T ab The System tab enables you to verify and sometime s alter system parameters. To ac[...]

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    6 - 8 About The About system setting displays specific informati on about the terminal. It contains [...]

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    6 - 9 Cer tificates The Certificates option shows you the certif icates recognized by the operating [...]

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    6 - 10 Encryption Encryption gives you the option of encrypting files pl aced on storage cards so th[...]

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    6 - 11 Memory The Memory system setting displays capacity and usage statistics for both RAM (volatil[...]

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    6 - 12 Po w e r Power system settings contains two tabs: Battery and Advanced. Note: You can also se[...]

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    6 - 13 Regional Settings Regional Settings enables you to customize the appe arance and formatting t[...]

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    6 - 14 Screen The Screen system setting contains three tabs: Alignment, Clear Type, and Text Size. A[...]

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    6 - 15 W AN Inf o When the GSM radio is active, WAN Info displays useful statistics for the radio. T[...]

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    7 - 1 7 Comm unication Connections T ab The Connections system setting provides access to the termin[...]

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    7 - 2 Using the IrD A P ort Using the IrDA port, you can send and receive data between the terminal [...]

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    7 - 3 5. When the IrDA port finds the aligned IrDA port, it immediately starts sending the selected [...]

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    7 - 4 Connections Manager Microsoft’s connection manager sets up multiple netw ork connections to [...]

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    7 - 5 *Proxy Server Connections If you are connected to your ISP or private network during synchroni[...]

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    7 - 6 Dolphin Wireless Manager The Dolphin Wireless Manager provides a centralized in terface that e[...]

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    7 - 7 4. When the radio is activated (i.e., transmitting a signal), the OFF button changes to ON . N[...]

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    7 - 8 ActiveSync Comm unication To synchronize data between the termi nal and the workstation, Activ[...]

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    7 - 9 Setting Up the Host W orkstation Verify that ActiveSync is configured to use the appropriate c[...]

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    7 - 10 Installing Additional Software In addition to the default programs installed on your terminal[...]

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    7 - 11 3. Depending on the program, you may need to open File Explorer on the terminal, navigate to [...]

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    7 - 12 9900/9950/9951 COM P or t Assignment T able COM P ort Description COM0 Unused COM1 Serial P o[...]

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    8 - 1 8 W orking with GSM Overview The Dolphin 9900 terminal can be configured with an integrated, e[...]

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    8 - 2 V oice and Data Comm unication Dolphin terminals with integrated GSM/GPRS radios are optimized[...]

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    8 - 3 5. Place the SIM card door over the secu red SIM card and fasten the screws. 6. Install the ba[...]

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    8 - 4 Enabling the GSM Radio Be default, the GSM radio should be enabled after each hard reset. Veri[...]

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    8 - 5 V oice Communication You can use the Dolphin terminal as a phone over the GSM radio. A udio Mo[...]

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    8 - 6 Sending Calls After the number is dialed, tap Talk or use the keyboard. Note: The icon indicat[...]

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    8 - 7 Setup Options Tap Menu > Options . The Phone Settings tab windows appear. Phone Tab Service[...]

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    8 - 8 Data Comm unication You set up data communication via the connection s manager. The carrier on[...]

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    8 - 9 4. Enter the APN and tap Next . 5. Enter the username and password from the account and tap Fi[...]

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    8 - 10 7. Tap and hold on the connection and select Connect on the popup menu. 8. The network icon i[...]

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    8 - 11 Roaming You can select automatic or manual roaming. The Phone defaults to automatic roaming. [...]

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    9 - 1 9 W orking with the Bluetooth Radio Enabling the Bluetooth Radio You enable the Bluetooth radi[...]

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    9 - 2 Connecting to Other Bluetooth Devices You need to perform a device discovery and then sele ct [...]

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    9 - 3 4. You are prompted to enter a passcode. If the device has a specific passcode, enter it in th[...]

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    9 - 4 8. The device appears in the list on the main window. 9. After the passcodes have been accepte[...]

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    9 - 5 T ypes of Devices and Services When you tap Add new device on the Devices tab, the Bluetooth r[...]

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    9 - 6 Connecting to Bluetooth Printers 1. Make sure the Bluetooth printer is in range and set to be [...]

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    9 - 7 T ransferring Files 1. Tap Start > Programs > File Explorer . 2. Navigate to the file yo[...]

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    9 - 8 Making the T erminal Discoverable By default, the Dolphin terminal is not discoverable, which [...]

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    10 - 1 10 W orking with GPS Overview The Dolphin 9900 terminal contains an integrated GPS module tha[...]

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    10 - 2 COM7 COM Port 7 can be set to the following baud rates: • 4 8 0 0 • 9600 (This is the def[...]

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    11 - 1 11 Dolphin HomeBase De vice Overview As the hub of your Dolphin system, the Dolphin Home Base[...]

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    11 - 2 P arts and Functions Front P anel Terminal Well Place the terminal in this well to communicat[...]

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    11 - 3 COMM LED This is the communication LED. It indicates th e status of data transfer between the[...]

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    11 - 4 USB Port This USB Port is full-speed and 2.0 compliant. Using a USB cable, you can connect th[...]

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    11 - 5 Serial Connector The following diagram displays the pin diagra m of the serial connector of t[...]

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    11 - 6 Charging the Main Battery The base powers the terminal and fully charges its main battery pac[...]

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    11 - 7 2. Snap the battery into place with a hinging motion. The Aux Battery LED lights orange. 3. U[...]

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    11 - 8 Comm unicating with the Dolphin T erminal To initiate communications between the Dolphin term[...]

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    11 - 9 RS-232 Pin Configuration Note: This base cannot be daisy-chained. Mounting Set the base on a [...]

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    11 - 10 Desk Mounting The DIN rail slot (7.5 X 35 mm) may be mounted on th e bottom to allow for sec[...]

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    11 - 11 For any of the screws positioned so that they are going directly into dry wall, use a sheet [...]

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    11 - 12[...]

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    12 - 1 12 Dolphin Mobile Base De vice Overview This charging and communication cradle is designed sp[...]

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    12 - 2 Fr ont P anel The following graphic features the base with a terminal inse rted into the term[...]

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    12 - 3 Bottom P anel The power supply and RS-232 connectors ar e located on the bottom of the unit. [...]

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    12 - 4 Charging the Dolphin T erminal The base supplies charging power to the Dolphin terminal so th[...]

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    12 - 5 Back P anel Latch The latch sits on top of the spring arm assembly and holds the back of the [...]

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    12 - 6 Establishing Comm unication The RS-232 interface allows the terminal to communicate to a work[...]

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    12 - 7 RS-232 Pin Configuration Refer to this table if you w ant to make your own cables. To do so, [...]

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    12 - 8 Serial Connector The base connector is straight to the printed circui t board (PCB). The nint[...]

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    13 - 1 13 Dolphin Char geBase Device Overview This 4-slot charging cradle that can power 4 Dolphi n [...]

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    13 - 2 P arts and Functions Front P anel Terminal Wells The base contains 4 terminals wells. Each we[...]

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    13 - 3 Po w e r S u p p l y The base includes a power supply that contains a po wer adapter to ensur[...]

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    13 - 4 Inser ting and Remo ving T erminals 1. Slide the terminal into the well until the Dock LED li[...]

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    13 - 5 Mounting This base should be mounted to a dry, stable surface. When choosing a location, alwa[...]

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    13 - 6 Desk Mounting The DIN Rail (7.5 X 35 mm) slot on the bottom panel enables secure mounting. In[...]

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    13 - 7 W all Mounting You need to purchase two wall mount kits that each contain: • a mounting bra[...]

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    14 - 1 14 Dolphin QuadChar ger Device Overview This 4-slot charging station provides intelligent bat[...]

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    14 - 2 P arts and Functions To p P a n e l Charging Slots There are 4 charging slots. Each slot hold[...]

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    14 - 3 Back P anel Power Switch Toggle the power switch to tu rn the charger on and off. Power Suppl[...]

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    14 - 4 Inser ting and Remo ving Battery P ac ks To insert a battery pack, place the end of the batte[...]

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    14 - 5 Using the Battery Analyzer Purpose Using the Charge/Analyze slot help s you monitor the charg[...]

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    14 - 6 Mounting The charger should be on a dry, stable surface and can be mounted on a flat, horizon[...]

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    14 - 7 W all Mounting Use the appropriate nuts and bolts listed above to secure the DIN rail to a wa[...]

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    14 - 8 T r oubleshooting If you encounter problems with your, refer to chart below for possible solu[...]

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    15 - 1 15 Customer Suppor t Pr oduct Service and Repair Honeywell International Inc. provides servic[...]

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    15 - 2 For ongoing and future product quality improvement in itiatives, 9900s, 9950s, and 9951s come[...]

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    15 - 3 Limited W arranty Honeywell International Inc. ("HII") warrants its products and op[...]

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    15 - 4 How to Extend Y our W arranty Honeywell International Inc. offers a variety of service plans [...]

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