Honeywell AP-100-BT manual

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32

Go to page of

A good user manual

The rules should oblige the seller to give the purchaser an operating instrucion of Honeywell AP-100-BT, along with an item. The lack of an instruction or false information given to customer shall constitute grounds to apply for a complaint because of nonconformity of goods with the contract. In accordance with the law, a customer can receive an instruction in non-paper form; lately graphic and electronic forms of the manuals, as well as instructional videos have been majorly used. A necessary precondition for this is the unmistakable, legible character of an instruction.

What is an instruction?

The term originates from the Latin word „instructio”, which means organizing. Therefore, in an instruction of Honeywell AP-100-BT one could find a process description. An instruction's purpose is to teach, to ease the start-up and an item's use or performance of certain activities. An instruction is a compilation of information about an item/a service, it is a clue.

Unfortunately, only a few customers devote their time to read an instruction of Honeywell AP-100-BT. A good user manual introduces us to a number of additional functionalities of the purchased item, and also helps us to avoid the formation of most of the defects.

What should a perfect user manual contain?

First and foremost, an user manual of Honeywell AP-100-BT should contain:
- informations concerning technical data of Honeywell AP-100-BT
- name of the manufacturer and a year of construction of the Honeywell AP-100-BT item
- rules of operation, control and maintenance of the Honeywell AP-100-BT item
- safety signs and mark certificates which confirm compatibility with appropriate standards

Why don't we read the manuals?

Usually it results from the lack of time and certainty about functionalities of purchased items. Unfortunately, networking and start-up of Honeywell AP-100-BT alone are not enough. An instruction contains a number of clues concerning respective functionalities, safety rules, maintenance methods (what means should be used), eventual defects of Honeywell AP-100-BT, and methods of problem resolution. Eventually, when one still can't find the answer to his problems, he will be directed to the Honeywell service. Lately animated manuals and instructional videos are quite popular among customers. These kinds of user manuals are effective; they assure that a customer will familiarize himself with the whole material, and won't skip complicated, technical information of Honeywell AP-100-BT.

Why one should read the manuals?

It is mostly in the manuals where we will find the details concerning construction and possibility of the Honeywell AP-100-BT item, and its use of respective accessory, as well as information concerning all the functions and facilities.

After a successful purchase of an item one should find a moment and get to know with every part of an instruction. Currently the manuals are carefully prearranged and translated, so they could be fully understood by its users. The manuals will serve as an informational aid.

Table of contents for the manual

  • Page 1

    AP-010-BT and AP-100-BT Access Point Device with Bluetooth ® Wireless Technology Installation Guide[...]

  • Page 2

    Copyright © 2008 Metrologic Instruments Inc. All ri ghts reserved. No part of this work may be repr[...]

  • Page 3

    ii T ABLE OF C ONTENTS Introduction Product Over view ..............................................[...]

  • Page 4

    iii T ABLE OF C ONTENTS Uploading and Do wnloading Settings Uploading Settings via MetroSet 2 ......[...]

  • Page 5

    1 I NTRODUCTION Honeywell’s access point devi ces with Bluetooth ® wireless technology provide cu[...]

  • Page 6

    www.metrologic.com 2 I NTRODUCTION O PTIONAL A CCESSORIES Part # Description 55-55500-3 RS232 Straig[...]

  • Page 7

    3 I NTRODUCTION Mounting Specifications 1. Drill two, 1.6 mm pilot holes in the mounting surface. T [...]

  • Page 8

    www.metrologic.com 4 I NTRODUCTION Product Labels The serial number label l ocated on the bottom of [...]

  • Page 9

    5 I NSTALLATION Cable to Access Point Connection 1. Align the tab on the modular connec tor with the[...]

  • Page 10

    www.metrologic.com 6 I NSTALLATION USB Host Connections 1. Turn off power to the host system. 2. Plu[...]

  • Page 11

    7 E STABLISHING C OMMUNICATION Between the Scanner and the Access Point Device To establish communic[...]

  • Page 12

    www.metrologic.com 8 A CCESS P OINT D EVICE O PERATION Page/Disconnect Button The access point has a[...]

  • Page 13

    9 C ONFIGURATION P ROCEDURES The following information is for replaceme nt applications or situation[...]

  • Page 14

    www.metrologic.com 10 C ONFIGURATION P ROCEDURES CodeXML Protocol Compatibility The CodeXML protoco [...]

  • Page 15

    11 C ONFIGURATION P ROCEDURES Access Point Device Configuration in CodeXML Mode When a scanner is us[...]

  • Page 16

    www.metrologic.com 12 C ONFIGURATION P ROCEDURES Optional Configuration Bar Codes The following bar [...]

  • Page 17

    13 C ONFIGURATION P ROCEDURES The following bar codes require an estab lished communication link bet[...]

  • Page 18

    www.metrologic.com 14 C ONFIGURATION P ROCEDURES Country/Scan Code Table S elects * Enable USA Keybo[...]

  • Page 19

    15 U PLOADING AND D OWNLOADING S ETTINGS Uploading Settings via MetroSet 2 The upload † feature in[...]

  • Page 20

    www.metrologic.com 16 U PLOADING AND D OWNLOADING S ETTINGS Downloading Settings via MetroSet 2 The [...]

  • Page 21

    17 U PGRADING THE F IRMW ARE Upgrading the Firmware in the Access Point Device The access point devi[...]

  • Page 22

    www.metrologic.com 18 U PGRADING THE F IRMW ARE Upgrading FocusBT Firmware via the Access Point Devi[...]

  • Page 23

    19 D ESIGN S PECIFICATIONS Access Point Device O PERATIONA L System Interfaces: RS232, Keyboard W ed[...]

  • Page 24

    www.metrologic.com 20 D EVICE AND C ABLE T ERMINATIONS The access point device terminates to a singl[...]

  • Page 25

    21 D EVICE AND C ABLE T ERMINATIONS Cable Pinout Connections RS232 PowerLink Cable MLPN 55-55500 Pin[...]

  • Page 26

    www.metrologic.com 22 D EVICE AND C ABLE T ERMINATIONS Cable Pinout Connections Keyboard Wedge Cable[...]

  • Page 27

    23 R EGULATORY C OM PLIANCE EMC Emissions FCC Part 15, ICES-003, CISPR 22, EN 55022, EN300 328 V1.6.[...]

  • Page 28

    www.metrologic.com 24 R EGULATORY C OM PLIANCE Changes or modifications n ot expressly approv ed by [...]

  • Page 29

    25 L IMITED W ARRANTY The AP-010-BT and AP-100-BT a ccess point devices are manufactured by M etrolo[...]

  • Page 30

    www.metrologic.com 26 I NDEX A AC .................................. see pow er Accessori es .......[...]

  • Page 31

    [...]

  • Page 32

    70-79035A October 2008 Printed in China © 2008 Honeywell International Inc.[...]