Honeywell E-EQ-MX3PLUSOGWW manual

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Table of contents for the manual

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    MX3Plus H and -H eld Comp ute r Micro soft ® W in d o ws ® C E 5 O p e r a ting Sys t e m User&apo[...]

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    Di sclai me r H o n e yw ell I nter n a tion al I nc. ( “HI I ” ) r eser v e s the r igh t to ma[...]

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    Tab l e of C on t ents C ha pter 1: Int rodu cti o n 1-1 Abo u t Th is Gu i d e 1 - 1 End Us e r L i[...]

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    Setu p Te rmin a l Emu latio n Par a me t er s 2 - 12 U sing the Ap pL ock Sw it c h pa d 2 - 13 U s[...]

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    Ch a pter 1: I ntr odu c tio n Th e MX3Plu s is a ru gg e d , po rtab le , ha nd -h eld com pu t er [...]

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    L a s er War nin gs a nd L ab el s l D o n ot loo k in t o the la s er ’s le n s . l D o n ot s t [...]

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    C ompo ne nts F ro nt 1 . End c a p 2 . D ispla y 3 . Sc a n , E n t er o r Fie ld Ex it ( p r o gr [...]

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    B ac k 1 . End c a p 2 . L e a t he r H an d t r ap C o nn ect o r 3 . IR P o rt (COM 2 Por t) 4 . C[...]

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    E nd ca p O pt io ns Le ft Por t (2 ) R ight Port ( 3) See ( 4 ) Ser ia l C O M3 Ser ia l C O M1 Aud[...]

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    1 - 6[...]

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    Ch a pter 2: Se t U p A N ew MX3P lu s Th is pa ge list s a qu ic k o u t lin e o f t he st e ps y o[...]

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    B att er y C on ne ct o r Re m ov e th e Ba tte ry P ac k Th e MX3Plu s w ill no t f u nct ion u nle[...]

  • Page 13

    R emov e Ba tte ry To r em o v e the b att e r y , c o mp lete t he fo llo w in g s tep s : 1 . Plac[...]

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    C ha rg e o r Re ch ar ge t h e M ai n Ba tte ry W a r nin g. On ly u s e  H o n e y w ell b att [...]

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    B ac kli gh ts an d In dic at or s Ac r o ss t he to p o f t he ke y p ad a re L ED s (L igh t E mit[...]

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    T a p pi ng t he T ou ch S c re en with a S ty lu s N o t e: Alw ays use t he p o int of t h e s ty [...]

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    T o u ch S c re en C ali bra tin g th e To uc h Sc re en If t h e t o uch s c r e e n is no t re s p[...]

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    U sin g th e Inp ut P an el / Vi rt u a l Ke yb oa rd Th e v irtu a l k e y bo ar d is a l ways ava [...]

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    S et D at e an d Ti m e Zo n e Ta p S t ar t > Set tings > C on t rol Pa nel > Dat e / Time[...]

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    S et Po w er S ch eme Timer s Sta rt > Set t i ngs > C ont rol Pa ne l > P ow er > S c h[...]

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    A dju st S pe ak er V o lu m e Th e s pe a k e r, also c a lled th e be ep er , is l o c ated b e lo[...]

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    S etu p Te rmina l Emula tio n P ar amet e rs Befo r e y ou ma k e a h o st c on n e c tion , y o u [...]

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    U sin g th e Ap pL oc k Switc hp ad N o t e: Th e t ou c h sc re en m u st be e na b led . S e le c [...]

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    C on ne cti ng B lu e to ot h D ev ice s Befo r e c on ne c t in g t o Bl u etoo t h D e vi ces: l T[...]

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    R eb oo t W h e n the Wi n do w s de s kt op is d is p la y e d or a n ap plication b e g in s , t h[...]

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    A tta ch ing t he H an ds tr a p N o t e: Th e ha nd s tra p is pr e - in s talle d. 1 . Place t h e[...]

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    A tta ch S ty lu s Te th e r an d Sl ee ve Th e s t y lu s k it inclu d e s t he st y lu s , t e the[...]

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    A dju st H ea ds et / M icr op ho ne a nd S ec ur e Ca bl e Th e he ad s e t c on s is ts of a n e a[...]

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    C lea ni ng th e To uc h S cr ee n an d Sc an ne r Ap er tur e N o t e: Th ese inst r uct ion s a r [...]

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    S tar tu p H elp C o ntact Te c hn ic al As s is t a nce if y o u n e e d mo re h elp . C a n’t c [...]

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    Ch a pter 3: Co nnectin g C a bl es to t he MX3 Plus C on ne ct C ab le - US B H o st N o t e: An[...]

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    C on ne ct C ab le - Se ria l N o t e: An e nd c a p w it h a s er ia l p o r t (la be led RS23 2[...]

  • Page 33

    C on ne cti ng a n A C /D C P o w er S up ply N o t e: Th e H on eyw e l l- ap pr oved AC Power Su p[...]

  • Page 34

    C on ne cti ng V eh ic le P ower C o mple t e v e hicle c ra dle m o u n t in g an d po w er in s tr[...]

  • Page 35

    Wi ri ng S ch emati c 1 . Ex is ti n g C ircuitr y o n V e h ic le 2 . Fo rklif t Batt e ry 3 . Ma i[...]

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    1 0 . W ir e c o l o rs de p e n d o n t h e t y pe o f de v ic e att a c he d. Plea s e r e fer to [...]

  • Page 37

    V eh icl e C ra dl e 10 .8 -16 V D C D ire ct C o n ne ct io n D ire ct V e h ic le P ower C on ne c[...]

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    V eh icl e C ra dl e 24 /7 2 M a x imum VD C In p u t Ca bl e Co n ne ct io n C a ution Fo r p r op [...]

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    V eh icl e P ow e r Su pp ly F oo tpr in t Pow e r S upp l y D i men s i on s L e n gth: 9 . 2 5” [...]

  • Page 40

    C on ne cti ng t he H e a d s et C ab le H e ads et 1 . Micro ph on e 2 . H e ad ph on es 3 . C o nn[...]

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    C on ne cti ng a T eth er ed S ca nn er D o n ot c o n n e c t a t eth er ed sc a n n e r c a ble to[...]

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    3 - 12[...]

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    Ch a pter 4: Pro du c t A gency Co m pl iance - MX3 Plu s C las s A Di git al De vi c e F C C R u le[...]

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    R F No tic es Th is de v ic e con t ain s tra nsmit ter Mo du le FC C I D : KD ZL X E48 3 0 P Th is [...]

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    L a s er L ig h t Sa fe ty St at e m e nt W a rning: T h is pr od uct uses lase r ligh t . On e of t[...]

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    4 - 4[...]

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    L it h iu m B att er y S afe ty S ta te m en t C a ution : Lithiu m ba t t e ry in s ide . D a n g e[...]

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    L it h ium Ba tt er y Safe ty S tatem e n t, c on t in ue d L e g en d: C h ine s e – CN ; D an is[...]

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    V eh icl e P o w er S up pl y C on ne cti on S af e ty S ta te m en t Veh ic le Power Su pp ly C o n[...]

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    4 - 8[...]

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    Ch a pter 5: Techn ical Ass i sta nce If y ou n e e d a ss is t an c e in st allin g or tro u b le s[...]

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    SH ALL HI I B E L I ABLE FOR I N D IR EC T, I NC I D EN TAL, O R C O N SEQUE NTI AL D AMAGES, AN D ,[...]

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    5 - 3[...]

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    H o ne y w ell Sc an nin g & Mob ilit y 9 6 8 0 Old Baile s R o a d Fo rt Mill, SC 2 97 07 w ww [...]