Honeywell MX7 manual

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Table of contents for the manual

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    MX7 Tecton™ Mobile Computer with Microsoft ® Windows ® Mobile 6.5 User’s Guide[...]

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    Disc laimer Honeyw ell Inter national Inc. (“HII”) reser ves the right to make changes in specif[...]

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    i Chapter 1 - MX7 Tect on Agency Compliance Laser Warnin gs ................ ................... ...[...]

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    ii Scan Status Indica tor ................ ................... ....................... .............[...]

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    iii Cold Stora ge Configuration ....................... .................... ...................... [...]

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    iv HSM Connect (or LXEC onnect) ....... ................... ....................... ................[...]

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    v Battery Power .. ................... ....................... ................... .................[...]

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    vi Windows Live ...................... ................... ....................... .................[...]

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    vii Options ......... ....................... ................... ................... ..............[...]

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    viii Symbology Se ttings ............... ...................... .................... ...............[...]

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    ix Launch ................ ................... ....................... ................... .........[...]

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    x Summit Client Utility ........ ....................... ...................... ....................[...]

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    xi Chapter 13 - Battery Charger Unpacking your Battery Charger .. ...................... ...........[...]

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    xii Spare Battery L ED ........ ...................... .................... ...................... .[...]

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    xiii Removing the MX7 Tecton from a Po wered Vehicle Cra dle ............... .......................[...]

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    xiv[...]

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    1 - 1 1 MX7 T ecton Agency Compliance MX7 T ecton mobile computers meet or exceed the requirements o[...]

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    1 - 2 This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits f or a Class B digital devi[...]

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    1 - 3 CE Mark The CE mar king indicates compliance with the f ollowing directives: • 1995/5/EC R&a[...]

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    1 - 4[...]

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    2 - 1 2 Getting Star ted Overview The MX7 T ecton™ is a rugged, por table, hand-held mobile comp u[...]

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    2 - 2 Initial Setup fo r MX7 T ecton F ollowing are steps you might tak e when setting up a new MX7 [...]

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    2 - 3 Components Fr ont View 1. Scanner/Imager Aperture 2. Speaker 3. System Status LED 4. Scan Butt[...]

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    2 - 4 Back View I/O P or t and Cables Input / Output P or t (I/O) Cable: Multipurpose RS232 and Po w[...]

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    2 - 5 Adapter/Cable: A udi o (MX7060CABLE) Adapter : RS232 PC por t to D9 male (MX7058CABLE) Scanner[...]

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    2 - 6 Handle Handstrap 1. Imager / Scanner Aper- ture 2. Trigger 3. Handle 4. Tether Attach Point 1.[...]

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    2 - 7 Ke ypads 55 Ke y Primary Delete ANSI Keypad 55 Ke y Primary Backspace ANSI K eypad 1. System S[...]

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    2 - 8 32 Ke y Numeric-Alpha Ke ypad Locking and Unloc king the MX7 T ecton Locking the MX7 T ecton T[...]

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    2 - 9 Rebooting the MX7 T ecton When the Desktop/Star t scree n is display ed o r an application beg[...]

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    2 - 10 Inser ting and Remo ving the Batter y P ack Note: The battery should not be replaced in a dir[...]

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    2 - 11 LEDs and Indicators The Scan Status ov al shaped indicator is situated below the ke ypad and [...]

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    2 - 12 T apping the T ouch Sc reen with a Stylus Note: Always use the point of the stylus for t appi[...]

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    2 - 13 Setting the Date and Time Zone Note: The first time the MX7 Tecton is powered up, or the devi[...]

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    2 - 14 Setting T erminal Emulation P arameters Before y ou mak e a host connection, yo u will, at a [...]

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    2 - 15 Using the Input P a nel / Virtual Ke yboard The input panel / vir tual keyboard is alw a ys a[...]

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    2 - 16 Connecting to Bluetooth Devices Before connecting to Bluetooth De vices: • The system admin[...]

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    2 - 17 Attaching the Handstrap Note: Either the trigger handle is attached to the MX7 Tecton or the [...]

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    2 - 18 Attaching the T rig ger Handle Either the tr igger handle or th e handstrap is attached, not [...]

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    2 - 19 Assembling the Carry Case Note: Accessory installation or removal should be perfo rmed on a c[...]

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    2 - 20 1. Connect the MX7 Tecton voice cable I/O co nnector to the I/O port on the MX7 Tecton. 2. Sl[...]

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    2 - 21 Connecting the USB Client and P ower Cab le Note: AC/DC Adapter must be a ssembled before thi[...]

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    2 - 22 Assembling the A C/DC P ower Suppl y T o apply ex ter nal pow er to the MX7 T ecton follo w t[...]

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    2 - 23 Star tup Help Issue: Can’t change the date/time or adjust the v olume. Soluti on: AppLock i[...]

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    2 - 24[...]

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    3 - 1 3 Har d ware Configuration System Har dware 802.11 a/b/g Wi reless Client The MX7 T ecton has [...]

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    3 - 2 Video Subsystem The touch screen is a 3.5” (8.9 cm) diagonal viewing area, ¼ V GA 320 by 24[...]

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    3 - 3 A udio Suppor t Speaker The speaker supplies audib le verification signals norma lly used by t[...]

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    3 - 4 Ke ypads 55 Key K eypads Using the 55 K ey Alpha-Numeric K eypad There are three option s a va[...]

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    3 - 5 32 Key K eypad Using the 32 Ke y Numeric with T riple T ap Alpha 32 key Numeric-Alpha Keymap ([...]

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    3 - 6 Display The touch screen display is an active color LCD unit capable of suppor ting V GA graph[...]

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    3 - 7 The Li-Ion main batter y (MX7A381BA TT and MX7393BA TT) has been designed specifically f o r t[...]

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    3 - 8[...]

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    4 - 1 4 P o wer Modes and Batteries Po w e r M o d e s The MX7 T ecton has three power modes: On, Su[...]

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    4 - 2 Batteries The MX7 T ecton is designed to work with a Lithium-Ion (Li-ion ) batter y . Under no[...]

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    4 - 3 Handling Batteries Safel y • Never dispose of a battery in a fire. This may cause an explosi[...]

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    5 - 1 5 Software Configuration Intr oduction There are se veral diff erent aspects to th e setup and[...]

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    5 - 2 In addition, an API is provided to retur n a standard cop yright st ring, so that applications[...]

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    5 - 3 Star t Men u The Star t menu consists of applications and f olders. • Selecting an applicati[...]

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    5 - 4 Status Icons Additional icons may be display e d at the lo wer edge of the T o da y screen. No[...]

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    5 - 5 AppLock (Option) The AppLock progr am is accessed by the user or the AppLoc k Ad ministrator a[...]

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    5 - 6 Synchr oniz e with a local time server • Use ActiveSync to copy GrabTime.ini from the My Dev[...]

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    5 - 7 MX7 T ecton OS Upgrade Depending on the size of the operating system, the total time required [...]

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    5 - 8 When the bootloader process is complete, tap the Y es button to reboot to complete the update [...]

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    5 - 9 Use the up and down arrow k eys on the MX7 T ecton to quickly scroll through the icons, or , u[...]

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    5 - 10 Remote Desktop (Auto). A shortcut to Remote Desktop Mobile with Connect activated.. Remote De[...]

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    5 - 11 Office Mobile Settings Excel Mobile (page 5-64). Sprea dsheets can be edited, da ta can be so[...]

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    5 - 12 P ersonal System About Info (or About LXE) (p age 5-23). View software, hard ware, versions a[...]

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    5 - 13 License Manager (page 5-37). View li cense information for installed licensed applications. M[...]

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    5 - 14 Connections Settings P anels Cloc k & Alarms Time Adjust the settings and tap ok to sav e[...]

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    5 - 15 Alarms T o set an alarm: 1. Tap the check box to ena ble the alarm. 2. Tap < Description &[...]

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    5 - 16 Lock P asswor d Set the lock / unloc k behavior f or the MX7 T ecton. Pr ompt if phone unused[...]

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    5 - 17 Hint If the pass word entr y isn’t successful after a predefined number of attempts, the pa[...]

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    5 - 18 Po w e r Repor ts the current batter y state and allows the user to set suspend timeouts. Bat[...]

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    5 - 19 Adv a nced Select the inactivity timeout period bef ore the MX7 T ecton goes into Suspend mod[...]

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    5 - 20 Sounds & Notifications Set volume parameters and assign sound W A V files to Windows Mobi[...]

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    5 - 21 Notifications The Event bo x lists se veral ev ents that ca n hav e an asso ciated notifica t[...]

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    5 - 22 T oday Configure the appearance and the items to display on the T oday screen. Appearance Use[...]

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    5 - 23 Pe rs o n a l Pa n e l s About Info (or About LXE) The data cannot be edited by the MX7 T ect[...]

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    5 - 24 Buttons Pr ogram Buttons Program b uttons can be used to assign functions to ce r tain k eys [...]

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    5 - 25 Up/Down Contr ol Customize the dela y before repeating and the repe at rate f or the up/down [...]

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    5 - 26 Input Input Method Select the pref erred method of input. The default method of input is the [...]

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    5 - 27 W or d Completion Options[...]

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    5 - 28 Owner Information Set the MX7 T ecton owner details. Enter the information and tap ok to sav [...]

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    5 - 29 System P anels About The About panels sh ow OS versions, allo w device name and descr iption [...]

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    5 - 30 Copyrights This screen is presented for inf or mation only . The Co pyrights information cann[...]

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    5 - 31 Backlight Set the power management timers for the displa y and ke ypad backl ights. Set the d[...]

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    5 - 32 Battery P ower When the MX7 T ecton is on batte ry power and the backlight ti mer expires, th[...]

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    5 - 33 Battery This panel is used to view the status and percenta ge of power remaining in the MX7 T[...]

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    5 - 34 Cer tificates Manage digital cer tificates used for secure communication. View – displays d[...]

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    5 - 35 Root Encryption This panel e nab les or disables encr yption of data file s on removab le sto[...]

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    5 - 36 External GPS This panel confi gures serial GPS access over hardware seri al por ts using the [...]

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    5 - 37 License Manager Use this option to view software license registration details, an d ser vice [...]

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    5 - 38 Memory These panels repor t the current state of vir tual memor y . Main The split between St[...]

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    5 - 39 Mixer The MX7 T ecton has a speaker located above the scan b utton . It is activ e when a hea[...]

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    5 - 40 MX7 T ecton Options Set MX7 T ecton spe cific de vi ce options. Options that cannot be edited[...]

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    5 - 41 Status P opup When the Status popup window is enabled, and displa yed, it is placed on top of[...]

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    5 - 42 P eripherals This panel i s used to enable and disable the touch screen heater and scan windo[...]

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    5 - 43 Regional Settings Regional Settings ha s the same general format and functi on as Regional Se[...]

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    5 - 44[...]

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    5 - 45 Registry Choose an MX7 T ecton softw are reload sche me . Load User Defaults When clicked, a [...]

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    5 - 46 Remove Pr ograms This panel is used to uninstall programs. The Remov e Program listing is f o[...]

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    5 - 47 Align Screen T ap the Align Screen button. The align screen opens and disp la ys a large cros[...]

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    5 - 48 Te x t S i z e T ap the marker and slide it a cross the bar . As the mar ker mov es, the e xa[...]

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    5 - 49 T ask Manager This panel displa ys all running tasks as well as the memory and CPU bandwidth [...]

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    5 - 50 Connections P anels Beam Enable or disab l e receiving OBEX (oBject EXchange is a co mmunicat[...]

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    5 - 51 Connections Start > Settings > Connection s > Connections Configure connections to a[...]

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    5 - 52 Domain Enroll Enroll in Active Directory . T o begin enrollment, tap Enroll in the Status ba [...]

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    5 - 53 Netw ork Cards This panel displays a listing of networ k adapters. The list is bas ed on driv[...]

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    5 - 54 USB to PC The option is disabled by def ault. This option can be enabled wh en connection to [...]

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    5 - 55 Calendar Contacts Calendar/date book a pplication. Can be synchronized wi th PC Out- look cal[...]

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    5 - 56 Email File Explorer Email application. Ca n be synchronized with PC Outlook emai l using Acti[...]

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    5 - 57 Getting Star ted Help This application provides several wizard s to walk a user through de- v[...]

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    5 - 58 Notes Pictures and Video Notes. Notebook app lication. Select Menu > View Recording Tool- [...]

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    5 - 59 T asks Windows Live Tasks. Task list application. Can be synchronized with PC Outlook task li[...]

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    5 - 60 Windows Media Windows Media. Audio visual ma nagement program. Not supporte d on the MX7 Tect[...]

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    5 - 61 Internet Explorer Mobile Set options for Internet connectivity . The navigation icons change [...]

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    5 - 62 Options[...]

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    5 - 63[...]

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    5 - 64 Office Mobile A suite of business related applications. Files can be crea ted, op ened, view [...]

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    5 - 65 P owerP oint Mobile Open, view and edit slides i n landscape or por trait format. Zo om and G[...]

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    5 - 66 OneNote Mobile OneNote is an electronic version of a paper note book. Select Menu to change d[...]

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    5 - 67 Remote Desktop Start > Remote Desktop Mobile Using Remote Desktop Mobile, you can log on t[...]

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    5 - 68 Connect to a Remote Server 1. Configure the radio. 2. Enter the name of the computer to which[...]

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    5 - 69 Installing Applications Applications can be instal led on the MX7 T ecton from CAB files or p[...]

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    5 - 70 Issue: The package is already installed or is an older version than installed. Solution: Stat[...]

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    5 - 71 Initial Setup The initial setup of ActiveSync must be made via a USB co nne ction. P ar tne r[...]

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    5 - 72 When the MX7 T ecton loses connection, e.g., enters Susp end Mode, etc., the connection to Ac[...]

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    5 - 73 Issue: ActiveSync indicator on the host remains gra y Solution 1: ActiveSync icon on the PC d[...]

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    5 - 74 6. Click the OK button to dismiss the About CERDisp dialog box on the MX7 Tecton deskto p by [...]

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    6 - 1 6 AppLoc k (Application Locking) Intr oduction AppLock is designed to be run on Windows based [...]

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    6 - 2 • Create/change the password for administrator access. • Assign the name of the applicat i[...]

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    6 - 3 P assw or ds A passw ord must be configured. If the pass word is not configur ed, a new device[...]

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    6 - 4 When the switch k ey sequence is pressed on the keypad, the ne xt application in the AppLock c[...]

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    6 - 5 Application Configuration The default Administrator Hotke y sequen ce is Shift+Ctrl+A . Admini[...]

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    6 - 6 Global Key De fault is Ctrl+Spc. Select the Global Key key sequence the end user is to press w[...]

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    6 - 7 Launch Button When clicked, displa ys the Launch option s panel f or t he Filename selected on[...]

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    6 - 8 A uto Re-Launch Def ault is Enabl ed. When enabled f or a specific application. automaticall y[...]

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    6 - 9 Security Setting an Activ ation Hotkey Specify the hotke y sequence that tr iggers AppLock to [...]

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    6 - 10 Options AppLock uses 3 timeout v alues when locking applications: Setting Explanation Launch [...]

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    6 - 11 Status Use the Status panel to view the log of pre v ious AppLock o perations and to configur[...]

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    6 - 12 Log Note: If a level higher than Error is selected, the stat us should be clea red frequently[...]

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    6 - 13 AppLock Err or Messages Any messages whose first word i s an ‘ing’ w ord is outpu t prior[...]

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    6 - 14 Could not create event EVT_HOTKEYCHG The keyboard filter uses this event at the Administrator[...]

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    6 - 15 Encrypt hash dat a fail- ure Unable to encrypt password. LOG_ERROR Encrypt hash data from pwd[...]

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    6 - 16 Exit ToAdmin Exiting the function that handles t he mode switch into admi n mode. LOG_PROCESS[...]

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    6 - 17 Opened status file The status informa tion is be ing saved to a file and the file has been op[...]

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    6 - 18 Switching to admin - registry read failure See the explanation of the “R egistry read failu[...]

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    7 - 1 7 Bluetooth Configuration Intr oduction Contact Technical Assistance (page 16-1) for upg rade [...]

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    7 - 2 3. Chan ge the Computer Friendly Name at the bottom of the Se ttings display. The Bluetooth MX[...]

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    7 - 3 Bluetooth Devices The Bluetooth Devices tab displa ys any device pre viously di sco vered and [...]

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    7 - 4 Discov ering 1. Tap the Discover button to locate all discovera ble Blue tooth devices in the [...]

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    7 - 5 Bluetooth D evice M enu 1. After the Discover button has been tapped and there are device s li[...]

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    7 - 6 Bluetooth Pr operties Data on the Bluetooth Proper ties pane l cannot be changed by t he user [...]

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    7 - 7 Options Option Functio n Computer is connectable This option is Enabled (checked) by defa ult.[...]

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    7 - 8 Reconnect Note: These options can still be checked or unchecked whether Bluetooth connection i[...]

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    7 - 9 About This panel li sts the pre-assigned Comp uter F r iendly Name (that other de vices ma y d[...]

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    7 - 10 Bluetooth Indicators The Bluetooth icon state changes as Bluetooth devices are discov ered, p[...]

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    7 - 11 MX7 T ecton with Label If the MX7 T ecton has a Bluetooth address bar code label attached, f [...]

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    7 - 12 Bluetooth Reader Beep and LED Indications Bluetooth Mobile Device Beep Type Bluetooth Mobile [...]

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    8 - 1 8 Data Collection W edge Intr oduction Set scanner/imager keyboard wedge parameters , enable o[...]

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    8 - 2 Data Pr ocessing Overview Bar code data processing inv olves se veral steps. Some steps ma y b[...]

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    8 - 3 Main The Data Collection W e dge suppor ts up to three co ncurrent data collection devices. F [...]

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    8 - 4 Continuous Scan Mode Note: Do not scan decoder engine configur ation bar code s when Continuou[...]

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    8 - 5 COM1 does not suppor t 5V s witchable pow er on Pin 9 f or tethered scanners. Notification Use[...]

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    8 - 6 Since the Data Collection Wedge uses the operating system interface to emit sounds /beeps, if [...]

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    8 - 7 Data Options Bar code manipulatio n parameter settings on this tab are applie d to the incomin[...]

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    8 - 8 The HHP Proper ties button is only present if the MX7 T e cton is equipped with a Hand Held Pr[...]

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    8 - 9 Enable Code ID Options Depending on the model of the scanner insta lled, some combination of t[...]

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    8 - 10 The Code ID drop down bo x only filters the av ai lab le symbologies in the Symb ology drop d[...]

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    8 - 11 When All is selected in the Symbology field and the setti ngs are changed, the setti ngs in t[...]

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    8 - 12 The operation of each type of stripping is defi ned below: Leading This strips the number of [...]

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    8 - 13 Clear All When no item in the Custom IDs list is selected, tappin g the Clear All b utton cle[...]

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    8 - 14 The prefix is added to the output buff er for the Symbology selected from the pulldown list. [...]

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    8 - 15 HHP Symbologies Advanced proper ties are av ailable when an integrated Hand Held Prod ucts im[...]

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    8 - 16 Codabar - Adv anced Properties Check Characte r Required – When enabled, the check characte[...]

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    8 - 17 Code39 - Adv anced Properties Check Characte r Required – When enabled, the check character[...]

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    8 - 18 EAN8 - Adv anced Proper ties T ransmit Check Character – When enabled, transmit the check c[...]

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    8 - 19 EAN13 - Adv anced Properties T ransmit Check Character – When enabled, transmit the check c[...]

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    8 - 20 Interleaved 2 of 5 - Adv anced Properties Check Characte r Required – When enabled, the che[...]

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    8 - 21 Mesa - Adv anced Properties UPCA – When enabled, decode UPCA Mesa. Default is disab led. EA[...]

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    8 - 22 MSI - Adv anced Properties T ransmit Check Character – When enabled, transmit the check cha[...]

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    8 - 23 OCR Pr oper ties - Ad vanced Font – Font selection. Def ault is disabled. •A = O C R A ?[...]

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    8 - 24 2. To read the same string with a modulo 10 check digit in the seve nth character position, u[...]

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    8 - 25 Planet - Adv anced Properties T ransmit Check Character – When enabled, transmit the check [...]

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    8 - 26 T elepen - Ad vanced Pr operties Origina l Output – When enabled, output is Origin al T ele[...]

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    8 - 27 Inser t Separator – When enabled, inser t a space between the code and addenda. Default is [...]

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    8 - 28 UPCE1- Adv anced Properties Note: The UPCE0 and UPCE1 pa rameters are always set to match eac[...]

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    8 - 29 HHP Properties When the MX7 T ecton is equipped with a Hand Held Products ima ger , this opti[...]

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    8 - 30 Ctrl Char Mapping The Ctrl Char Mapping button on the Data Op tions tab activates a dialog to[...]

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    8 - 31 value 0x0d receiv ed in any scanned bar code (or defined in the prefix or suffix) will be rep[...]

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    8 - 32 Name text bo x Name is the descr iptor that is used to id entify the custom Code ID . Names m[...]

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    8 - 33 Control Code Repl acement Examples Bar Code Processing Examples The follo wing table shows e [...]

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    8 - 34 Rejected bar codes generate a bad scan beep. In some cases, the receipt of data from the scan[...]

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    8 - 35 Length Based Bar Code Stripping Use this procedure to create symbolo gy rules for tw o bar co[...]

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    8 - 36 5. Tap the Barcode Data button. 6. Tap the Add button. 7. Add the data for the match codes. 8[...]

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    8 - 37 Pr ocessing The Processing tab contains a user configurable ke y delay that applies to scanne[...]

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    8 - 38 About The About tab lists the version of the Data Col lection W edge (DCWedge) software and t[...]

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    8 - 39 Hat Encoding Hat Encoded Char acters Hex 00 through AD[...]

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    8 - 40 Hat Encoded Characters Hex AE through FF[...]

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    9 - 1 9 Enhanced Launch Utility Intr oduction The launch utility has two functions: • Process regi[...]

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    9 - 2 • The Order field is used to force a seq uence of events; Order=0 is first, and Order=99 is [...]

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    9 - 3 Launch Startup Options The Launch utility use s registr y entries to e nab le or disabl e star[...]

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    9 - 4 Script Based Launch Items Note: Script Based Launch items (documented here) are processed afte[...]

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    9 - 5 P arameters are separated by a single comma. If a par ameter requires a comma within it, the w[...]

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    9 - 6 Commands Suppor ted b y Launch The commands suppor ted by Launch are detailed be low . Square [...]

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    9 - 7 DelRegKe y ElseIf ElseIfFile Description D eletes a specified registry subkey. Syntax Delregke[...]

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    9 - 8 EndIf EndIfFile EndIfT erm FCopy Description Ends conditional command block begun with the pre[...]

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    9 - 9 IfFile IfT erm Launch Description Be gins the conditional execution of a block of commands onl[...]

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    9 - 10 LaunchCmd Message Mkdir Description R uns a program with arguments. Syntax Launch cmd , progr[...]

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    9 - 11 Rmdir SetRegData Description Removes a directory. Syntax Rmd ir , dir P arameters dir : The f[...]

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    9 - 12 SetRegKe y Shortcut Description Ad ds a sub key to the registry. Syntax Setregkey , key,subke[...]

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    9 - 13 Launch Err or Messages Launch displays a message if it encounters an error during the process[...]

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    9 - 14 Example Script File iffile,Systemapplock.cab launchcmd,Windowswceload.exe,"/n oaskde[...]

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    10 - 1 10 Enabler Installation and Configuration Intr oduction This section discusses Honeywell supp[...]

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    10 - 2 Enabler Uninstall Pr ocess T o remov e the A valanche Enabler from the MX7 T ecto n: • Dele[...]

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    10 - 3 T o configure the Av alanche Enabler management of the networ k and wireless settings: 1. Ope[...]

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    10 - 4 User Interface The Enabler can be configured and controlled manually through t he user interf[...]

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    10 - 5 File Menu Options Connect The Connect option under the File menu allows the user to in itiate[...]

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    10 - 6 A valanc he Update using File > Settings Use these menu options to setup the Av alanche En[...]

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    10 - 7 Connection Setting Function Avalanche Server Address Enter the IP Address or hos t name of th[...]

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    10 - 8 Execution Note the dimmed options on this MX7 T ecton pane l. This menu option is designed to[...]

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    10 - 9 Server Contact Note: Your MX7 Tecton screen display may not be exactly as shown above. Conta [...]

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    10 - 10 Data The Data tab con trols when data is transferred betw een the MX7 T ecton and the Mobil [...]

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    10 - 11 Preferences F or best results, use AppLo c k to manage the taskbar . AppLock (Application Lo[...]

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    10 - 12 Activity Log Setting Function Log Level Use this option to control the level of detail re co[...]

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    10 - 13 Ta s k b a r F or best results, use AppLo c k to manage the taskbar . AppLock (Ap plication [...]

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    10 - 14 Scan Config functionality is a standard option of the W av eli nk Av alanche MC system but i[...]

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    10 - 15 Display The user interface f or the Enabler can be configured to dy namically change based o[...]

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    10 - 16 Shortcuts F or best results, use AppLock f or this functi on. AppLock (Application Locking) [...]

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    10 - 17 SaaS Use to configure the Enabler to connect with A valanche on Demand. This is a Software-a[...]

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    10 - 18 Adapters Note: Review the MX7 Tecton network settings configuration utilities and the defaul[...]

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    10 - 19 Manual Settings Pr operties Do not enable “Manage Wireless Settings” f or Summit Client [...]

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    10 - 20 Status The Status panel displays the current stat us of the MX7 T ecton network adapter sele[...]

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    10 - 21 Exit The Exit option is pa ss word protected. The d ef ault pa ss word is leave . The passwo[...]

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    10 - 22 Using Remote Management 1. Configure the radio to connect to the network running the Mobile [...]

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    10 - 23 5. If the passwords match, the bar code data is processed and the screen is updated to refle[...]

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    10 - 24[...]

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    11 - 1 11 Wireless Netw ork Configuration Intr oduction The Summit client device is a Summit 802.11a[...]

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    11 - 2 Summit T ray Icon The Summit tray icon is display ed when: • The Summit radio is installed [...]

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    11 - 3 Create a New Netw ork Connection 1. Tap on the Wi-Fi icon. A list of available networks is di[...]

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    11 - 4 3. Enter the SSID of the d esired net work in the Network name text box. Be su re to check th[...]

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    11 - 5 Switch Contr o l to SCU 1. To switch back to SCU control, select any other profile except Thi[...]

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    11 - 6 The Admin Login button pro vides access to editing wireless parameters. Profile and Global ma[...]

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    11 - 7 Enter the Admin pass word (the def ault pass word is SUMMIT and is case sensitiv e ) and tap [...]

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    11 - 8 Profile Note: Tap the Commit button to save changes before leaving th is panel or the SCU. If[...]

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    11 - 9 Buttons New Button Creates a new profile with the default settings (see Profile Parameters) a[...]

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    11 - 10 Pr ofile P arameters P arameter Default Explanation Edit Profile Default A string of 1 to 32[...]

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    11 - 11 Status This screen provides information on the radio: • The profile in use. • The status[...]

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    11 - 12 Diags The Diags screen can be used for troub leshooting network traffic and radio connectivi[...]

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    11 - 13 Global The parameters on this panel ca n only be changed when an Admin is logged in with a p[...]

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    11 - 14 Custom P arameter Option The parameter Custom option is not suppor ted. The parame ter value[...]

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    11 - 15 Ad Hoc Channel 1 Use this parameter when the Radio Mode profile parameter is set to Ad Hoc. [...]

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    11 - 16 Note: Tap the Commit button to save changes. If this panel is closed before tappin g t he Co[...]

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    11 - 17 Sign-On vs. Stored Credentials When using wireless secur ity that requires a user name and p[...]

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    11 - 18 10. Verify the device is authen ticated by reviewing the Status tab. When the device is p ro[...]

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    11 - 19 Windows Certificate Store vs. Cer ts P ath Note: It is important that all dates are correct [...]

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    11 - 20 6. Uncheck the Use full trusted store check box. 7. Select the desired certificat e and tap [...]

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    11 - 21 Configuring Pr ofiles Use the instructions in this secti on to complete the entries on the P[...]

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    11 - 22 WEP T o connect using WEP , make sure the f ollowing profile options are used. 1. Enter the [...]

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    11 - 23 LEAP T o use LEAP (without WP A), make sure the f ollowing profile options are used. 1. Ente[...]

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    11 - 24 9. Tap OK then tap Commit. 10. Ensure the correct Active Profile is selected on th e Main Ta[...]

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    11 - 25 PEAP/MSCHAP Note: The date must be properly set on the device to authenticate a certificate.[...]

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    11 - 26 9. Enter the DomainUsername (if the Domain is required), otherwise enter the Username. 10. [...]

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    11 - 27 PEAP/GTC Note: The date must be properly set on the device to authenticate a certificate. T [...]

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    11 - 28 11. Leave the CA Certificate File Name blank for no w. 12. Tap OK then tap Commit. Ensure th[...]

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    11 - 29 WP A/LEAP T o use WP A/LEAP , ma k e sure the following profile options are used. 1. Enter t[...]

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    11 - 30 9. Enter the password. 10. Tap OK then tap the Commit bu tton. 11. Ensure the correct Active[...]

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    11 - 31 EAP-F AST The SCU suppor ts EAP-F AST with automati c or manu al P AC pro visioni ng. With a[...]

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    11 - 32 8. To use Stored Credentials, tap on the Credentials button. No entries are ne cessa ry for [...]

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    11 - 33 EAP-TLS Note: The date must be properly set on the device to authenticate a certificate. T o[...]

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    11 - 34 9. Enter the DomainUsername (if the Domain is required), otherwise enter the User name. 10.[...]

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    11 - 35 WP A PSK T o connect using WP A/PSK, make sure the f ollowing profile options are used: 1. E[...]

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    11 - 36 Cer tificates Note: Refer to the Security Primer (available on the Honeywel l w eb site) to [...]

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    11 - 37 3. Tap the Download a CA certificat e, certificate chain or CRL link. 4. Make sure the corre[...]

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    11 - 38 5. Tap the DER button. 6. To download the CA certificate, tap on the Download CA certi ficat[...]

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    11 - 39 8. Install the Root CA Ce rtificate on the MX7 Tecton. Installing a Root CA Cer tificate Not[...]

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    11 - 40 4. Tap the Request a certificate link. 5. Tap the User Certificate link.[...]

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    11 - 41 6. Tap on th e Submit button. if th ere is a message bo x asking if you want to co nfirm the[...]

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    11 - 42 Expor ting a User Certificate 1. Start Internet Explore on the PC that requeste d the certif[...]

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    11 - 43 7. When the private ke y is exported, you must e nter the pa ssword, confirm the password an[...]

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    11 - 44[...]

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    12 - 1 12 K eymaps Intr oduction Sticky ke ys are also known as second function keys . Ctl/Ctrl , Al[...]

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    12 - 2 Tab Tab Back Tab Orange Tab Up Arrow Up Arrow Down Arrow Down Arrow Right Arrow Right Arrow L[...]

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    12 - 3 eE fF gG hH iI jJ kK lL mM nN oO pP qQ rR sS tT uU vV wW xX yY zZ AS h f t A BS h f t B CS h [...]

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    12 - 4 TS h f t T US h f t U VS h f t V WS h f t W XS h f t X YS h f t Y ZS h f t Z 11 22 33 44 55 6[...]

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    12 - 5 " Orange G ! Orange Q !S h f t 1 @ Orange W @S h f t 2 # Orange E #S h f t 3 $ Orange R [...]

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    12 - 6 55 Ke y 5250 Alphanumeric K eyMap - Primary Delete . • The following keymap is used on an M[...]

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    12 - 7 Space Spc Enter Enter Scan Scan CapsLock (Toggle) Blue Tab Back Space Orang e Spc Tab Tab Bac[...]

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    12 - 8 F24 Shft Orange F4 aA bB cC dD eE fF gG hH iI jJ kK lL mM nN oO pP qQ rR sS tT uU vV wW xX yY[...]

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    12 - 9 OS h f t O PS h f t P QS h f t Q RS h f t R SS h f t S TS h f t T US h f t U VS h f t V WS h [...]

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    12 - 10 , (comma) Orange J ' (apostrophe) Orange H ~ (tilde) Orange B O r a n g e S |O r a n g[...]

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    12 - 11 55 key Alphan umeric Ke ymap - Primar y Bac kspace . Note: This keypad features a dedicate d[...]

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    12 - 12 Insert Orange Ctl Delete Orange Spc Home Shft Down Arrow End Shft Up Arrow Page Up Orange Up[...]

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    12 - 13 lL mM nN oO pP qQ rR sS tT uU vV wW xX yY zZ AS h f t A BS h f t B CS h f t C DS h f t D ES [...]

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    12 - 14 11 22 33 44 55 66 77 88 99 00 . (period) Orange Bksp . (period Orange K <B l u e G [B l u[...]

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    12 - 15 $ Orange R $S h f t 4 €B l u e R % Orange T %S h f t 5 ^ Orange Y ^S h f t 6 & Orange [...]

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    12 - 16 32 key Numeric-Alpha K eymap . • The following keymap is used on an MX7 Tecton that is NOT[...]

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    12 - 17 Back Space Orange Spc Tab Tab Back Tab Orange Tab Up Arrow Up Arrow Down Arrow Down Arrow Ri[...]

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    12 - 18 e Alpha 33 f Alpha 333 g Alpha 4 h Alpha 44 i Alpha 444 j Alpha 5 k Alpha 55 l Alpha 555 m A[...]

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    12 - 19 TS h f t A l p h a 8 U Shft Alpha 88 V Shft Alpha 888 WS h f t A l p h a 9 X Shft Alpha 99 Y[...]

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    12 - 20 | Orang e Alt "B l u e A l p h ! Orange Diamond#3 !S h f t 1 @ Orange 5 @S h f t 2 # Or[...]

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    13 - 1 13 Battery Charger Unpacking y our Battery Charger After you open the shipping ca r ton conta[...]

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    13 - 2 Cautions and W arnings Battery Charger • There is a risk of explosion if the MX 7 Tecton Li[...]

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    13 - 3 To p V i e w 1. Battery Charging Pocket 2. Retaining Clip 3. Battery Charging Contacts[...]

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    13 - 4 Installation Assemble the P ower Suppl y Assemble the A C adapter for the MX7 T ecton Batt er[...]

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    13 - 5 Mounting The batter y charger should be located in an area where it: • Is well ventilated. [...]

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    13 - 6 Charging Batteries New batteries should be ch arged fully before first use . The life and cap[...]

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    13 - 7 NO LIGHT - on any c harge poc ket No light on a charge pock et means there is no batter y pac[...]

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    13 - 8 Charger Cleaning, Storage and Service Cleaning Unplug the charger from the power source bef o[...]

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    13 - 9 Battery Cleaning, Storage and Service Cleaning The batter y pack should not require cleanin g[...]

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    13 - 10[...]

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    14 - 1 14 Cradles Unpacking y our Cradles After you open the shipping ca r ton containing the produc[...]

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    14 - 2 T ethered Scanners and the MX7 T ecton Cradles An MX7 T ecton powered cradle supports tethere[...]

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    14 - 3 Using a Desktop Cradle Introduction Note: When an extern al power supply is used to power thi[...]

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    14 - 4 Fr ont View 1. Charging Pocket Adapter Cup 2. MX7 Tecton Docked LED 3. Serial Interface Conne[...]

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    14 - 5 Back View 1. Charging Pocket Adapter Cup 2. Cradle Connector 3. Spare Battery Charging Bay 4.[...]

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    14 - 6 T op View Desktop Mounting Footprint 1. Front 2. Table Mounting Hole Guides 3. Back Bolts, w [...]

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    14 - 7 Installing and Removing the Doc king Bay Adapter Cup Equipment Required -- Phillip s scre wdr[...]

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    14 - 8 Assemble/Attach the A C P ower Adapter Note: Connect the cable to the cradl e first, then to [...]

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    14 - 9 Connecting Input/Out put Cables to the Desktop Cradle Note: Route all cables to ensure they a[...]

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    14 - 10 Spare Batter y LED Note: The cradle must be con nected to AC power before th e LEDs illumina[...]

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    14 - 11 Inserting / Removing a Spare Ba ttery from the Desktop Cradle Prerequisites: The ste ps outl[...]

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    14 - 12 Desktop Cradle Help The f ollowing is intended as an aid in deter mining whether the MX7 T e[...]

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    14 - 13 MX7 T ecton docked in cradle but Doc ked LED does not light up. MX7 T ecton not fully dock e[...]

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    14 - 14 Using a P assive V ehicle Cradle Introduction Note: The protective boot or carryin g case (i[...]

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    14 - 15 Components U-Bracket Fo otprint The image below is not to scale. RAM Assembl y Components Mo[...]

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    14 - 16 RAM Assembl y Footpri nt Installing the Cradle U-Bracket Note: Honeywell does not supply th [...]

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    14 - 17 Installing the RAM Bracket 1. Attach the lower RAM ball assemb ly to the vehicle, maki ng su[...]

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    14 - 18 Using a P owered V ehic le Cradle Introduction The MX7 T ecton vehicle mount cradle uses one[...]

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    14 - 19 Components Bef ore installation b egins, v er ify you ha ve the applicable v ehicle mounting[...]

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    14 - 20 Back View 1. Retainer 2. Retainer Springs 3. Handle Opening 4. RAM Bracket Mounting Location[...]

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    14 - 21 Installing or Removing V ehic l e Cr adle Adapter Cup and T op Adapter Equipment Required --[...]

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    14 - 22 Installing the Adapter Charging P oc ket Adapter Cup The adapter cup is installed facing in [...]

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    14 - 23 1. Lay the flat side of the Retainer Insert against the underside of the Retainer cap, show [...]

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    14 - 24 RAM Bracket Mounting RAM Brack et Assembly mounting holes are on the back of the cradle. The[...]

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    14 - 25 V ehicle Cradle RAM Ball Assemb ly 1. Fasten the RAM ball with the circular mounting base (s[...]

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    14 - 26 DC/DC P ower Supply Installati on, Scre ws on T op of lid F or use with Honeywell pow er sup[...]

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    14 - 27 Wiring Schematic Connecting V ehic le Electrical Supply 1. The vehicle cradle must be empty.[...]

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    14 - 28 9. Wire colors depend on the type of device attache d. Please refer to the Wiring Schematic [...]

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    14 - 29 DC/DC P ower Supply Installation, Scre ws on Side of Lid F or use with • 9000311PWRSPLY ?[...]

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    14 - 30 Wiring Schematic Connecting to V ehic le P ower The vehicle cradle must be empty . The last [...]

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    14 - 31 8. Route the wiring from the DC/DC power supply to t he vehicle’s electrical system. Do no[...]

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    14 - 32 V ehic le 12V Bare Wire Adapter P ar t Number: 9000 A079CBL12ML3 V ehicle Cab le Connection [...]

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    14 - 33 6. Use proper electrical and mechanical fastening means for terminating the cabl e. Properly[...]

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    14 - 34 V ehicle Cradle Strain Rel ief Cable Clamps Equipment Required: Phi llips screwdriv er (not [...]

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    14 - 35 Dock ing the MX7 T ecton in a P owered V ehic le Cradle Note: Do not put the MX7 Tecton into[...]

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    14 - 36 Removing the MX7 T ecton from a P owered V ehic le Cradle 1. Push the top of the Retainer up[...]

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    15 - 1 15 T echnical Specifications MX7 T ecton Har dware MX7 T ecton Dimensions and W eight Process[...]

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    15 - 2 MX7 T ecton En vir onmental Specifications MX7 T ecton Netw ork Card Specifications Summit 80[...]

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    15 - 3 Desktop Cradle Serial P or t The connector is industr y-standard RS232 and is a PC/A T standa[...]

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    15 - 4 V ehic le Mounted Cradle Serial P or t The connector is industr y-standard RS232 and is a PC/[...]

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    15 - 5 P ower Connector P or t Note: When an external power supply i s used to power these products,[...]

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    15 - 6[...]

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    16 - 1 16 Customer Suppor t T ec hnical Assistance If you need assistance installin g or troubleshoo[...]

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    16 - 2 All provisions of this Limited W arranty are separate and se v era ble, which means that if a[...]

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