Honeywell 99GX manual

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    Dolphin ™ 99EX/99GX with Windows ® Embedded Handheld 6.5 Quick Start Guide[...]

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    Disclaimer Honeywell International Inc. (“H II”) reserves the right to make changes in specifica[...]

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    1 This documentation is releva nt for the following Dolphin models: 99EXL0, 99EXLW, 99EXLG, 99GXL0, [...]

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    2 Front and Side P anel Note: Your Dolphin model may diff er from the models illustrated; however, t[...]

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    3 Back P anel Left Button IRDA Port Battery Door S t y l u s F a s t e n e r Hand Strap (99EX only) [...]

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    4 A v ailable Ke yboar ds Note: The flashlight function ( ) is disabled on all 99GX models. 1 SCAN V[...]

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    5 ALT CTRL NUM A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T UV W X Y Z 1 + @ # * F1 F2 F3 F4 F5 F6 F7 F8 [...]

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    6 Install the Main Battery Pac k The 99EX/99GX is shipped with the battery packaged separate from th[...]

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    7 Removing the Main Battery P ac k When removing a battery from the terminal, put the device in Susp[...]

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    8 • We recommend use of Honeywell Li-ion or Li-poly battery packs. Use of any non-Honeywell batter[...]

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    9 International Inc. or an aut horized service center for inspection. Refer to Technical Assistance [...]

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    10 Charging the Dolphin Dolphin 99EX and 99GX model terminals are designed for use with the followin[...]

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    11 HomeBase (Model 99EX-HB) The 99EX-HB charger is de signed for use with standard battery pack mode[...]

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    12 HomeBase LED Indicators Red The HomeBase has power b ut no terminal is docked. Green The HomeBase[...]

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    13 Charging/Comm unication Cables W arning! The Charging/Communicati on Cables are not designed for [...]

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    14 LED Indicators There are two light emitting diodes (LEDs) located to the left and right of the Ho[...]

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    15 Battery Status Indicator The Dolphin’s battery status is indicated at the top of the touch scre[...]

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    16 Communication To synchronize data (e.g., e-mail, contacts, and calendar) between the terminal and[...]

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    17 Installing a Memory Card Note: Format all microSD/SDHC cards before initial use. 1. Press the Pow[...]

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    18 10. Close and lock the access door. 11. Close the protective door over the memory socket. Insert [...]

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    19 7. Unlock the access door to the socket by sliding the door toward the IrDA port side of the term[...]

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    20 Using the Scan Image Engine 1. Tap > Demos > Scan Demo 2. Point the Dolphin’s terminal at[...]

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    21 Aiming Options N5603 Red High-Vis Aiming Pattern N5600 Green Aiming Beam Linear Bar Code 2D Matri[...]

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    22 Using the Color Camera Note: The following feature is not supported in 99GX models. 1. Tap > D[...]

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    23 Soft Reset (W arm Boot) A soft reset re-boots the device and preseves any objects created in RAM.[...]

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    24 T echnical Assistance Contact information for technica l support, product service, and repair can[...]

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