Casio DT-9721CHGE Hardware manual

IT-3000 Series
Hardware Manual
(Version 1.02)
CASIO Computer Co., Ltd.
Copyright ©2005. All rights reserved.
June 2005
Table of Contents
Chapter 1
1.1
1.2
1.2.1
1.3
1.3.1
1.3.2
1.3.3
1.3.4
Chapter 2
2.1
2.1.1
2.2
2.3
2.4
2.5
2.6
2.7
2.7.1
2.7.2
Chapter 3
Chapter 4
4.1
4.1.1
4.1.2
4.1.3
4.1.4
4.1.5
4.2
4.2.1
4.2.2
4.2.3
4.2.4
4.3
4.3.1
4.3.2
4.3.3
4.3.4
4.3.5
4.4
4.4.1
4.4.2
4.4.3
4.4.4
4.5
4.5.1
4.5.2
4.5.3
4.5.4
4.5.5
Editorial Record
Preface
Overview
Features
Model Configuration, Options And Accessories
Options And Interfaces
General Guide
HA-B34AT (Battery Charger Car Mount Unit)
HA-B61IO (Bridge Satellite Cradle)
HA-B30CHG (Cradle-type Battery Charger)
DT-9721CHGE (Battery Charger)
Hardware Specifications
IT-3000
Reference For C-MOS Imager Performance
HA-B61IO (Bridge Satellite Cradle)
HA-B30CHG (Cradle-type Battery Charger)
DT-9721CHGE (Battery Charger)
DT-9723LI/DT-9723LIC (Battery Packs)
DIP Switch Setting (For HA-B61IO)
Status Indication With LEDs
HA-B61IO
DT-9721CHGE
Product Identification And Reference Numbers
Quality References
Environment Performances
IT-3000
HA-B61IO/HA-B30CHG
DT-9721CHGE
DT-9723LI/DT-9723LIC
HA-B80AX
Electric Performances
IT-3000
HA-B61IO/HA-B30CHG
DT-9721CHGE
DT-9723LI/DT-9723LIC
Mechanical Performances
IT-3000
HA-B61IO/HA-B30CHG
DT-9721CHGE
DT-9723LI/DT-9723LIC
HA-B80AX
Reliability
IT-3000
HA-B61IO/HA-B30CHG
DT-9721CHGE
DT-9723LI/DT-9723LIC
Compliance
IT-3000
HA-B61IO/HA-B30CHG
AD-S42120AE
DT-9721CHGE
DT-9723LI/DT-9723LIC
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25
25
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38
Chapter 5
5.1
5.2
5.3
Chapter 6
6.1
6.2
6.2.1
6.2.2
Cable Specifications
For Chain Connection And Short Length
For Chain Connection And Long Length
HA-B80AX
Precautions
Handling Precautions
Safety
Battery Pack
General
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Editorial Record
Manual
Version
no.
0.90
1.00
1.01
June 2004
September 2004
February 2005
all
1.02
June 2005
all
Date edited
Page
Content
Tentative version
Original version
The hardware description for the C-MOS imager integrated
models has been added.
The hardware description for IT-3000M56E and IT-3000M56U
has been added.
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Preface
The IT-3000 series features a built-in high speed thermal printer capable of printing up to 28 lines per second. The
terminal will run on the Microsoft® Windows® CE .NET operating system for easy development and integration
into the enterprise. Its sturdy construction enables it to withstand a drop from a height of 1.2 meters and IP54 level
sealing compliant with the IEC60950 standard allows it to be used in dust and wet environments. With Bluetooth
and IrDA both integrated as standard, and a PC card slot for optional use of Wireless LAN and WAN cards.
This reference manual will describe the detailed hardware specifications on the IT-3000 series including
IT-3000M53E, IT-3000M54E2, IT-3000M55E, IT-30000M55U, IT-3000M56E, and IT-3000M56U models.
These models are referred in this manual as either “IT-3000” or “the terminal” unless otherwise described with
specific description.
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1. Overview
1.1 Features
Incorporates .NET technology
•
•
•
Uses WindowsCE .NET 4.1 operating system.
Makes effective use of .NET resources developed by other corporations.
Employment of Embedded OS makes it possible to build a flexible WindowsCE system.
Enhanced communicating functions
•
•
•
•
Covers GPRS/Wireless LAN, etc. by using various communication cards available from third parties.
Built in Bluetooth Ver 1.1 module.
The following protocol stacks are available for Bluetooth interface:
GAP (Generic Access), SDP (Service Discovery), SPS (Serial Port), Dial-Up Network, File Transfer, and
LAN.
Security function (WEP 128 bits)
Superb scanning capability
•
•
With the integrated C-MOS Imager in the models of IT-3000M55E, IT-3000M55U, IT-3000M56E, and
IT-3000M56U only as standard it is possible to read 1D bar code/2D code symbologies, OCR fonts and to
capture images.
Multi-step reading and package reading functions.
Support of outstanding development environment
Ample Microsoft development tools provided for easy application development and an advanced debug
environment.
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1.2 Model Configuration, Options And Accessories
Table 1.1 Models
Model no.
Bluetooth
MCR
C-MOS
RS-232C interface
8-pin
14-pin
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
No
Yes
No
Yes
No
Yes
No
Yes
Remark
Note 1
IT-3000M53E
Yes
No
No
IT-3000M54E2
Yes
Yes
No
IT-3000M55E
Yes
Yes
Yes
Note 2
IT-3000M55U
Yes
Yes
Yes
Note 3
IT-3000M56E
Yes
No
Yes
Note 2
IT-3000M56U
Yes
No
Yes
Note 3
Notes:
1. The intended regional destination is all overseas markets except Japan.
2. The intended regional destination is all overseas markets except Japan and North America including the USA
and Canada.
3. The intended regional destination is North America including the USA and Canada.
Table 1.2 Options
Model no.
HA-B61IO
HA-B34AT
HA-B30CHG
DT-9723LI
DT-9723LIC
AD-S42120AE
DT-9020ADP-G
DT-9020ADP-U
DT-9721CHGE
DT-9650BCR
DT-9656BCR
DT-827CAC
DT-887AXA
DT-882RSC
DT-883RSC
DT-888RSC
DT-380USB
HA-B80AX
HA-B93PH
HA-B92PCV
HA-B90DCV
Product
Bridge Satellite Cradle
Battery Charger Car Mount Unit
Cradle-type Battery Charger
Battery Pack
Battery Pack
AC Adaptor
AC Adaptor
AC Adaptor
Battery Charger
Pen Bar Code Reader
Touch Bar Code Reader
Car Power Cable
RS-232C Cross Cable
RS-232C Cross Cable
RS-232C Cross Cable
RS-422 Modular Cable
USB Cable
RS-232C Cross Cable
Formed Sheet Paper Holder
Splash Protect Cover
Screen Protect Cover
Remark
Lithium-ion rechargeable battery
Four plastic sheets attached to DT-9723LI
AC input 100V to 240V
AC input 220V to 240V
AC input 100V to 120V
Single battery pack charger
Cable length; 1.5 m, 9-pin male
25-pin male
25-pin female
Cable length; 1.0 m
Cable length; 2.0 m
The accessories in the table below are accompanied as accessory in individual carton box of IT-3000 series.
Table 1.3 Accessory
Accessory
Q’ty
Remark
Stylus
1
Neck strap and stylus holder
1
Hand strap
1
Battery pack
1
DT-9723LI or DT-9723LIC (See bulletin no. SB-PA-2004013.)
Roll paper
1
80 mm width
PC card fixers
3
One each of three different kinds
58 mm Paper Width Adjuster
1
“80mm Paper Width Adjuster” is mounted as standard in the terminal
PC Card remover
2
User’s Guide
1
In English and Chinese
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1.2.1 Options And Interfaces
IT-3000
Serial I/F
Bar Code Readers
DT-9650BCR
USB
DT-9656BCR
Cable
HA-B80AX
14-pin Serial I/F
Option Device
IrDA Printer
(Recommended
Option only)
IR Port
(IrDA 1.1)
Bridge Satellite
Cradle
HA-B61IO
USB
RS-232C
PC
RS-422
AC Adaptor
AD-S42120A-E
Power Supply
Terminals
(Built-in charger)
Bridge Satellite
Cradle
HA-B61IO
Cradle-type Battery
Charger
HA-B30CHG
AC Adaptor
AD-S42120A-E
RS-422
AC Adaptor
AD-S42120A-E
Battery Charger Car
Mount Unit
HA-B34AT
Car Power Cable
DT-827CAC
SD Card Slot
SD Card
(Recommended
Option only)
PCMCIA
PC Card
(Recommended
Option only)
AC Adaptors
DT-9020ADP-U
DT-9020ADP-G
Power Jack
Bluetooth Device
(Recommended
Device only)
Bluetooth Module
Ver1.1
Fig. 1.1
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Battery Pack
DT-9723LI or
DT-9723LIC
Battery Charger
DT-9721CHGE
1.3 General Guide
Views for IT-3000M53E
Fig. 1.2
Views for IT-3000M54E2, IT-3000M55E, IT-3000M55U, IT-3000M56E, and IT-3000M56U
3
25
18
22
21
Fig. 1.3
Notes:
•
The model “IT-3000M54E2” does not integrate the imager (item no. 25 in Fig. 1.3). Instead, it comes with
another serial interface (8-pin).
•
The models IT-3000M56E and IT-3000M56U do not integrate the MCR (item no. 22 in Fig. 1.3).
See Table 1.4 for names of each part and description.
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Table 1.4 Descriptions of the parts
No.
Name
Description
1
SD Memory Card Slot Slot for inserting SD memory card.
2
Program Key (L)
This key can be assigned any function available.
3
Roll Paper Holder
Roll paper is placed in this holder. Use the optional Paper Holder when using
a formed sheet paper.
4
Splash Protect Cover
Printed roll paper is torn off here. The paper cutter is provided with a splash
and Paper Cutter
protect cover. Open the cover when printing. The paper cutter is revealed
when the cover is opened.
5
Power Key
Press this key to turn the power on or off.
6
Indicator 1 (Left side) This indicator is green when charging the battery pack is completed and red
during charging.
Indicator 2 (Right
This indicator flashes or lights according to the settings of the application
side)
software installed in the terminal.
7
Speaker
Generates audio and buzzer tones.
8
Brightness Sensor
This sensor detects the brightness of the surroundings. The display backlight
and key backlight can be controlled automatically according to programmed
settings. Be careful not to inadvertently block this sensor.
9
LCD Panel/Touch
Displays text, operations, indicators and so forth. In addition, operations can
Screen
be performed and data can be input using the stylus provided.
10
Stroke Keys
There are a total of 19 keys including function keys and numeric keys. Each
numeral and symbol on the key buttons is backlit.
11
8-pin Serial Interface
For connection of a bar code reader and so forth. Connect by opening the
Connector
connector cover.
12
Program Key (R)
This key can be assigned any function available.
13
Power Jack
The AC adaptor is connected to this jack when charging the lithium-ion
battery pack. Open the jack cover to connect the AC adaptor.
14
IR Port
This is used for IR data communication with another terminal or with the
Bridge Satellite Cradle.
15
Battery Pack Cover
Turn this switch when opening and closing the battery pack cover.
Lock Switch
16
Battery Pack Cover
Houses the battery pack inside.
17
PC Card Slot
For connection of a separately sold PC card. Remove the cover to install a PC
card.
18
Hand Strap Hook
Hook the hand strap here.
19
14-pin Serial Interface Provided for future use.
Connector
20
Power Terminals
Terminals for supplying power from the Bridge Satellite Cradle and
Cradle-type Battery Charger.
21
Neck Strap Hooks
Hook the neck strap here.
22
Magnetic Card Reader Magnetic cards are read by passing through this magnetic card reader.
Remove the cover to use.
23
Reset Switch
Press to reset the terminal. Be careful not to press by mistake.
24
Screen Protect Cover
Remove the screws when attaching the Screen Protect Cover.
Mounting
25
C-MOS Imager
Reads 1D bar code symbologies and stacked 2D code symbologies.
(available on IT-3000M55E, IT-3000M55U, IT-3000M56U, and
IT-3000M56E only)
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1.3.1 HA-B34AT (Battery Charger Car Mount Unit)
External View
1. Power Terminal
3. Terminal Detect Switch
2. Power Indicator Lamp
4. Jack for Car Power Cable
1. Power Terminal
5. Removal Button R
6. Power Switch
Fig. 1.4
The figure above shows a view of HA-B34AT (Battery Charger Car Mount Unit) and HA-B30CHG (Cradle-type
Battery Charger) being assembled together.
Table 1.5 Names of parts and the descriptions
No.
Part Name
Description
1
Power Terminals
Power is supplied to the mounted terminal via these contacts.
2
Power Indicator Lamp
This lamp indicates the power status and mounting status of the terminal.
Off
: Power off.
Green
: Power on and charging the battery pack in the terminal is in
progress.
Red
: Power on.
3
Terminal Detect Switches These switches detect when the terminal is mounted correctly on the
Battery Charger Car Mount Unit.
4
Jack for Car Power Cable
Connect the dedicated Car Power Cable from the cigarette lighter in a
vehicle.
5
Removal Buttons R and L When remove the terminal, press the removal buttons on the left and
right sides of the Car Mounted Battery Charger.
6
Power Switch
Turns the power on and off.
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1.3.2 HA-B61IO (Bridge Satellite Cradle)
Views
5
10
6
9
7
8
11
12
Fig. 1.5
See Table 1.6 for names of each part and its description.
12
4
3
2
1
Table 1.6 Names of parts and the descriptions
No.
Part Name
Description
1
USB Port
This port accepts connection of a USB cable for connection to PC for
transfer of data and file. Use of the USB port requires installation of special
driver on the PC.
2
RS-232C Port
This port accepts connection of an RS-232C cable for connection to PC for
transfer of data and file. Use of the RS-232C port requires installation of
special driver on the PC.
3
RS-422 Port
This port is used when connecting to another Bridge Satellite Cradle.
4
AC Adaptor Jack
Connect the dedicated AC adaptor here to supply power.
5
Terminal Detect
These switches detect when the terminal is mounted correctly on the Bridge
Switches
Satellite Cradle.
6
IR Port
This port transfers data with the terminal’s IR port by non-contact data
communication.
7
Power Contacts
Power is supplied to the terminal via these contacts.
8
Power Indicator Lamp This lamp indicates the power status and mounting status of the terminal.
Off
: Power off.
Green
: Power on and data communication is in progress.
Red
: Power on, but the terminal is not mounted.
9
Communication
This lamp shows when the terminal is performing data communication.
Indicator Lamp
Off
: No data communication being performed.
Green flashing : Data communication in progress.
Red
: Problem with connection between Bridge Satellite and
the terminal.
10 System Status Indicator This lamp indicates whether the system is operating normally. It indicates
Lamp
the system status and whether or not communication with the system can be
performed regardless of whether or not the terminal is mounted.
Off
: System is not operating.
Green
: System is operating.
11 Power Key
Turns the power on and off.
12 DIP Switches
Use these switches to configure the Bridge Satellite Cradle as required.
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1.3.3 HA-B30CHG (Cradle-type Battery Charger)
Views
Rear
Top
Right
Bottom
Front
Fig. 1.6
Table 1.7 Names of parts and the descriptions
No.
Part Name
Description
1 Power Jack
Power jack to connect the dedicated AC adaptor for supplying the power.
2 Detection Switches
These switches are to detect the terminal being mounted on the charger.
3 Power Supply Terminals These terminals are to provide the power to the terminal on the charger.
4 Power Status Indicator
This LED indicates the power status.
5 Power Switch
Turns on or off the power.
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1.3.4 DT-9721CHGE (Battery Charger)
Views
Fig. 1.7
Note:
The above views show the DT-9721CHGE with a power cord available only in Japan. The power cord
accompanied with the charger for overseas destinations is not the same.
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2. Hardware Specifications
2.1 IT-3000
Specifications
Table 2.1
Item
CPU, Memory
CPU
Operating system
RAM
FROM (system)
FROM (user)
Display
Device
Resolution
Backlight
Specification
Intel PXA255 400MHz (maximum)
Microsoft© Windows© CE .NET Ver. 4.1
64 MB
64 MB
32 MB (user area: approx. 30 MB)
3.5-inch 2-way TFT color LCD
240 x 320 dots
LED
Dot pitch
Font
Indicator
LED
Input
Keyboard
Control key
Programmable key
Touch panel
Key backlight
Ten keys (0 to 9), ENT, CLR, Fn, BS
Power key, Reset switch
2 ( on the left and right sides)
Plastic panel
Available
Illumination sensor
Available
Printer
Method
Paper width
Thermal line dot
80 mm or 58 mm
Printing width
Speed
Paper
Font size
Font types
Sensor
Print function
Remark
Automatic control via brightness
sensor
0.22 mm (horizontal) x 0.22 mm (vertical)
Scalable fonts
2 pcs x LED in red and green
Automatic control with the
illumination sensor
(Programmable)
Used to control both display
backlight and key backlight.
The width of paper must be preset
with software prior to use of the
printer. In order to use 58mm
paper, “58mmWidth Adjuster”
must be installed first.
72 mm(for 80 mm paper), 48 mm (for 58 mm
paper)
28 lines per second (Max.)
Roll paper, formed papers (1-ply/2-ply), label
paper
“x1”, “x1.5”, “x2”, “x3” and “x4” sizes are
supported.
ANK, Symbologies (UPC-E, NW-7, Code39,
ITF, Code128, OCR-B, user-defined characters x
128)
Positioning for printing
In white, black and reverse modes. Mixture of
different font sizes.
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See note 1.
Use only CASIO recommended
papers.
IrDA
Standard
IrDA Version 1.1
Method
Synchronization
Baud rate
Comm. range
Bluetooth
Standard
Comm. range
Output power
8-pin serial interface
Interface
Synchronization
Baud rate
The module is installed on the right
side.
Half-duplex
Start/stop, frame synchronization
9600, 115200, 4 Mbps
0 (contact) to 1 m (0.25 m for 4 Mbps)
Bluetooth™ specification Ver. 1.1
Approx. 5 m
Max. 3 dBm (PowerClass2)
Output power to external
Connector
Pin layout
Pin configuration table
14-pin serial interface
Interface
Synchronization
Baud rate
Output power to external
Connector
See note 2.
RS-232C level interface
Start/stop synchronization
300, 600, 1200, 2400, 4800, 9600, 19.2K,
38.4K, 57.6K, 115.2K
5.0 V±10%, Max. 300 mA
TSC7926-18-30 manufactured by Hosiden
Corporation
See Table 2.2.
See Table 2.2.
See note 3.
RS-232C level interface
Start/stop synchronization
300, 600, 1200, 2400, 4800, 9600, 19.2K,
38.4K, 57.6K, 115.2K
5.0 V±10%, Max. 300 mA
A3A-14DA-2SV manufactured by Hirose
Electric Co., Ltd.
See Table 2.3.
See Table 2.3.
See note 4.
Pin layout
Pin configuration table
Continue.
Notes
1. The printing speed has been measured under the following conditions;
- Printing Kanji with 16-dot character, and space is not allowed between lines.
- One pry roll paper is used.
- The battery pack is fully charged before printing.
2. The comm. range can be varied depending on the surrounding environment.
3. IT-3000M55E, IT-3000M55U, IT-3000M56E, and IT-3000M56U do not integrate the serial interface.
4. A partner device connected to this interface must output data in the RS-232C signal level when
communicating with the terminal.
Table 2.2 8-pin serial interface pin configuration/pin layout
Pin
Signal
Direction
1
SD
OUT
2
RD
IN
3
RS
OUT
4
CS
IN
5
Vcc
OUT
6
SG
-
7
ER
OUT
8
DR
IN
Remark
8 7 6
5V±10%/Max300mA
GND for signal and ground
17
2 1
5 4 3
Table 2.3 14-pin serial interface pin configuration/pin layout
Pin
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
Signal
SG
CS
SG
CI
NC
DR
SD
CD
RD
10
EXTSW
11
12
13
RS
VH
ER
14
VH
Direction
Remark
GND for signal and ground.
-
IN
GND for signal and ground
-
IN
-
IN
OUT
IN
IN
Output "L" when VH is ON.
OUT
(Open drain output)
IN
OUT
5V±10%/MAX300mA
OUT
OUT
SD slot
SD memory card
PC card slot
Type
Power
Magnetic card reader
Standard
No. of tracks for
concurrent read-in
Sides of data reading
Orientation
Card running speed
Speaker
Alarm sound
Voice sound
Key click sound
Power
Operating battery
Memory backup battery
Battery life
Memory backup
8
14
Upper
Lower
1
7
5V±10%/MAX300mA
1 slot
PC card Type I/II (3.3V/5.0V)
Max. 500 mA at 3.3V
Max. 1,000 mA at 5.0V
ISO Tracks 1, 2, 3 (ISO/IEC 7811-2
2001)
3
Applicable to IT-3000M54E2,
M55E, and M55U.
Both
One direction (left to right with the front
side being faced to the operator)
10 to 150 cm per second
70 dB or greater
60 dB or greater
50 dB or greater
Lithium-ion battery x 1
Lithium rechargeable battery x 1
Approx. 15 hours
Approx. 12.6 hours
RAM 10 minutes while replacing the
operating battery.
1.5 days when operating battery
low warning appears.
RTC
14 days
Continue.
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7.4 V 2,200 mAH
Built-in, unchangeable
JEITA operation mode A Note1
JEITA operation mode D Note 1
Note 2
Note 3
Charging the operating battery
Ways to charge the
battery pack
Charge method
Charge voltage
Charge current
Charge time
Charge indication
C-MOS Imager
Method
Emitting window
Resolution
PCS
Depth
Readable width
Readable symbology
Use AC Adaptor (DT-9020ADP) while the
battery pack is being installed in the terminal.
Use the Cradle-type battery charger while the
battery pack is being installed in the terminal.
Constant current and constant voltage
8.4 V±1%
Approx. 400 mA
Approx. 8 hours (for DT-9723LI/DT-9723LIC)
Approx. 72 hours (Memory backup)
During charging : LED ON in red
After charging
: LED ON in green
Note 4
Note 5
300,000 pixels, monochrome
Redirected downward at 45 degree
1D: 0.15 mm
Stacked 2D: 0.169 mm
Matrix 2D: 0.339 mm
1D: 0.45 or greater
Stacked 2D: 0.45 or greater
Matrix 2D: 0.45 or greater
1D: 40 to 410 mm
Stacked 2D: 50 to 250 mm
Matrix 2D: 60 to 150 mm
See Chapter 2.1.2 on page 23.
Refer to IT-3000 Series Software Manual.
Notes:
1. When the battery pack is a brand-new charged fully, and the surrounding temperature is in ordinary level.
2. When the memory backup battery is a brand-new, and the surrounding temperature is in ordinary level.
3. When the memory content is retained by the remaining battery capacity after the operating battery low
warning message appears. The battery pack is being installed in the terminal.
4. When the terminal’s power is turned off. The battery pack is a brand-new, and the surrounding temperature is
in ordinary level.
5. Until when the memory backup battery becomes fully charged. The operating battery is being installed in the
terminal, and the surrounding temperature is in ordinary level.
Weight/Dimensions
Table 2.4
Model no.
IT-3000M53E
IT-3000M54E2
IT-3000M55E, M55U
IT-3000M56E, M56U
Dimensions
Approx. 80 (w) x 199.5 (d) x 28 (h) mm
Approx. 108 (w) x 265 (d) x 68 (h) mm
Approx. 80 (w) x 229.5 (d) x 28 (h) mm
Approx. 108 (w) x 295 (d) x 68 (h) mm
Approx. 80 (w) x 229.5 (d) x 28 (h) mm
Approx. 145 (w) x 295 (d) x 70 (h) mm
Approx. 80 (w) x 199.5 (d) x 28 (h) mm
Approx. 145 (w) x 265 (d) x 70 (h) mm
(Note 1)
(Note 2)
(Note 1)
(Note 2)
(Note 1)
(Note 2)
(Note 1)
(Note 2)
Weight
Approx. 530 g (Note 3)
Approx. 635 g (Note 4)
Approx. 580 g (Note 3)
Approx. 680 g (Note 4)
Approx. 600 g (Note 3)
Approx. 700 g (Note 4)
Approx. 550 g (Note 3)
Approx. 655 g (Note 4)
Notes:
1. The paper holder and other extruding parts on the terminal are excluded.
2. The paper holder and other extruding parts on the terminal are included.
3. The paper holder and hand strap are excluded. The lithium-ion battery pack is installed in the terminal.
4. The paper holder and lithium-ion battery pack installed are included. The hand strap is excluded.
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2.1.1 Reference For C-MOS Imager Performance
Reference of the C-MOS imager performances below is provided as a guide to be utilized by the user. The user can
refer to these reference values in the table for his or her specific business application. All the reference values have
been came out from the assessment tests carried out under the basic performance conditions below. However, it
does not necessarily imply that the values are guaranteed and optimum to any kind of business applications. They
are intended for use by the user as a reference only.
Table 2.4
1D/2D
1D
2D
(Stacked)
2D
(Matrix)
Symbology
Code39
UPC
PDF417
DataMatrix
QR
Maxicode
Angle
Pitch
Skew
Dead
zone
Tilt
Resolution
Range (mm)
6 mil (0.15 mm)
8 mil (0.20 mm)
10 mil (0.254 mm)
13 mil (0.33 mm)
15 mil (0.38 mm)
20 mil (0.5 mm)
40 mil (1.0 mm)
13 mil (0.33 mm)
6.6 mil (0.168 mm)
8 mil (0.20 mm)
10 mil (0.254 mm)
15 mil (0.38 mm)
20 mil (0.5 mm)
13 mil (0.33 mm)
15 mil (0.38 mm)
20 mil (0.5 mm)
13 mil (0.33 mm)
15 mil (0.38 mm)
20 mil (0.5 mm)
70 to 195
60 to 135
50 to 165
60 to 200
40 to 210
70 to 260
90 to 410
60 to 200
60 to 115
60 to 135
50 to 165
70 to 210
80 to 250
60 to 105
60 to 125
80 to 155
60 to 105
60 to 130
60 to 145
A: Maximum
(close)
12
5
5
5
2
2
2
11
97
95
100
52
50
100
97
95
100
97
95
35 mil (0.889 mm)
50 to 210
52
1D (Code39 10 mil (0.25 mm))
2D Stacked (PDF417 10 mil (0.25
mm))
2D Matrix (Aztec 20 mil (0.5 mm))
1D (Code39 10 mil (0.25mm))
2D Stacked (PDF417 10 mil (0.25
mm))
2D Matrix (Aztec 20 mil (0.5 mm))
Pitch/Skew
1D (Code39 10 mil (0.25 mm))
2D Stacked (PDF417 10 mil (0.25
mm))
2D Matrix (Aztec 20 mil (0.5 mm))
C:
Maximum
21
22
20
19
17
16
12
11
2000
2000
2000
1800
1500
1152
1152
1152
1600
1600
1600
50
138
±35°
±35°
At 110 mm from the LED emission port.
At 110 mm from the LED emission port.
±35°
±40°
±40°
At 110 mm from the LED emission port.
At 110 mm from the LED emission port.
At 110 mm from the LED emission port.
±35°
±5°(Pitch,
Skew)
360°
360°
At 110 mm from the LED emission port.
At 110 mm from the LED emission port.
360°
At 110 mm from the LED emission port.
At 110 mm from the LED emission port.
At 110 mm from the LED emission port.
PCS
1D (Code39 10 mil (0.25 mm))
2D Stacked (PDF417 10 mil (0.25
mm))
2D Matrix (MaxiCode 35 mil (0.889
mm))
Surrounding illumination
100 to 80,000 Lux.
Visible angle
V_Angle = 26° H_Angle = 35°
Operating temperature (Image sensor)
High temperature 50℃
Low temperature -10℃
No. of read digits
B:
Recommended
12
12
10
10
8
8
5
11
100
100
100
50
50
100
100
100
100
100
100
0.45 or greater
0.45 or greater
5
100
0.45 or greater
52
20
Remark
ECL4
ECL4
ECL4
ECL4
ECL4
ECC200
Max. 88
x 88 cel.
Max.
model 2
M
version
20
ECC
Basic read conditions:
Test chart
Resolution
PCS
Depth
Pitch angle
Skew angle
Tilt angle
Surrounding temperature
Surrounding humidity
Surrounding illumination
Background of the symbol
Conditional Judgment
: Dedicated test pattern (1D, 2D Stacked)
: 1D 0.25 mm / 2D 0.5 mm
: 0.9 or greater
: 110 mm from the LED emission port
: α = 0 degree
: β = 10 degree
: γ = 0 degree
: 25 ℃
: 30 to 50%
: 450 to 550 Lux.
: White
: Readable 7 times or more per 10 scanning
Far
20 mm or more
C: Max. readable digits
50 mm or more
B: recommended readable
Readable range
Near
A: Maximum readable digits (in close)
CASIO
4
7
-
0
C
3
2
1
F
5
6
8
9
0 0
BS
.
E
N
T
Fig. 2.1
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2.2 HA-B61IO (Bridge Satellite Cradle)
Specifications
Table. 2.5
Item
Comm. speed
Standard
Comm. speed
USB
Connector
11
1
22
2
4
4
3
S E S R C
5 4 3 2 1
9 8 7 6
CI
C CSC RS
R DD
Connector
D-Sub 9-pin (Male)
Full duplex
Start/stop method
115.2 Kbps
Status LED
Display content
DIP switch
Detection switch for the terminal
Input voltage
Consumption current
Plug
AC adaptor
Continue.
22
RSI-
RSI+
66 55443 32 12 1
RDO+
RD0-
RSO+
RSO-
RDI-
No. of LEDs
No. of display colors
66 55 44332 21 1
RDI+
Connector
Input from AC
adaptor
IN
OUT
SDI-
RS-422
SDI+
Comm. method
Synchronization
Comm. speed
Power
1. VBus
2. –Data (D-)
3. +Data (D+)
4. GND
SG ER SD RD CD
RS-232C
Input
Note 1
USB connector type B
Full duplex
Start/stop method
115.2 Kbps
Comm. method
Synchronization
Comm. speed
Display
Remark
3
SDO-
IrDA
Specification
IrDA Ver. 1.1 compatible
Half duplex
Start/stop method, Frame
synchronization
9600, 115.2 Kbps, 4 Mbps
(maximum)
USB Ver. 1.1 compatible
12 Mbps (maximum)
Standard
Comm. method
Synchronization
SDO+
Interface
RJ-45 compatible (6 pins)
3
2
Red, green
System operation status (“LINE”)
Refer to Chapter 2.7
Comm. status (“DATA”)
“Status Indication
Power status (“POWER”)
With LEDs”.
8 switches
See page 26.
Push switch
DC 12V±5%
Approx. 2,200 mA
While supplying
power and
transmitting data.
EIAJ RC-5320A Class 4
Center pin: plus
AD-S42120AE
Output voltage
Output current
Charge method
DC 10V±5%
1,800 mA (maximum)
Constant voltage
Approx. 8.0 hours
Charge time
Power
With the current limiter.
For
DT-9723LI/DT-9723LIC
Note 2
Charge/supply
power
Power supply terminal
Power supply
GND
terminal
Notes:
1. The maximum communication speed at 4 Mbps is possible only when the terminal is connected to Host PC
via the USB interface.
2. “Power supply terminal” is located on your left side when you face to the front side of the Cradle with the
power switch being located on your right side.
Weight/Dimensions
Table 2.6
Weight
Dimensions
Specification
Approx. 660 g
Approx. 130 (W) x 206 (D) x 104 (H) mm
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Remark
2.3 HA-B30CHG (Cradle-type Battery Charger)
Specifications
Table 2.7
Item
Display
Input
No. of LEDs
Status LED
No. of display colors
Display content
Detection switch for the terminal
Input voltage
Input from AC Consumption current
adaptor
Input from
cigarette
lighter
Power
Charge/Power
supply
Specification
1
2
Power status (“POWER”)
Push switch
DC 12V±5%
Approx. 2,100 mA
Plug
AC adaptor
Cable
EIAJ RC-5320A Class 4
AD-S42120AE
DT-827CAC
Output voltage
Output current
Charge method
DC10V±10%
1,800 mA (maximum)
Constant voltage
Approx. 8.0 hours
Charge time
Power supply
terminal
Power supply
Remark
In red and green
While supplying power
and transmitting data.
Center pin: plus
Note 1
With the current limiter
For
DT-9723LI/DT-9723LIC
Note 2
GND
terminal
Notes
1. The cable DT-827CAC is used to supply the power to HA-B30CHG from the cigarette lighter installed in a
vehicle.
2. “Power supply terminal” is located on your left side of the charger when you face to the front side with the
power switch being located on your right side.
Weight/Dimensions
Table 2.8
Weight
Dimensions
Specification
Approx. 630 g
Approx. 130 (W) x 206 (D) x 104 (H) mm
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Remark
2.4 DT-9721CHGE (Battery Charger)
Specifications
Table 2.9
Item
Charge method
Charge period
Specification
Fixed voltage-and-current
Approximately 3 hours until the LED
goes out
18 W
39 VA (at AC240V)
Remark
With the current limiter
Note
Consumption power
Input
Note:
When the LED goes out, charging the battery is complete nearly 90 percent from its fully charged level. Leave the
battery pack on the charger for another one hour after the LED went out to make the battery pack be fully charged.
Weight/Dimensions
Table 2.10
Specification
Weight
Dimensions
Remark
Approx. 140 g
Approx. 56 (W) x 44 (H) x 107 (D) mm
2.5 DT-9723LI/DT-9723LIC (Battery Packs)
Both the battery packs are similar to each other as far as the electric specifications are concerned. However, four
plastic sheets are attached on the DT-9723LIC for the countermeasure described in the sales bulletin no.
SB-PA-2004013.
Specifications
Table 2.11
Item
Specification
2,200 mAh
Rated capacity
Rated output voltage
Remark
Discharge at the rate of 0.2C, Discharge
cut-off voltage at 5.0V
7.4 V
Weight/Dimensions
Table 2.12
Weight
Dimensions
Specification
Approx. 110 g
Approx. 39 (W) x 21 (H) x 71 (D) mm
25
Remark
2.6 DIP Switch Setting (For HA-B61IO)
The DIP switch is located on the rear side of the Bridge Satellite Cradle. Change the ON/OFF settings according to
your required system configuration. The new settings do not go into effect until the power switch is turned off and
then back on again.
Fig. 2.2
Note:
Other DIP switch settings are used for testing and inspection purposes Because of this, you should never use any
DIP settings other than those described above.
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2.7 Status Indication With LEDs
2.7.1 HA-B61IO
Various operational statuses on the HA-B61IO can be displayed using the LEDs. The following table describes
LED modes and their meanings.
Table 2.13
Item
LED
Power status indicator
(POWER)
Comm. status indicator
(DATA)
Line status indicator
(LINE)
Specification
IT-3000 is not mounted
IT-3000 is mounted
Power OFF
Break of communication
Communication is in progress
Connection between cradle and PC is not
valid.
No comm. with IT-3000 or abnormality of
the system
Communication is in progress with
IT-3000.
LED ON in red
LED ON in green
LED OFF
LED OFF
LED flash in green
LED ON in red
Remark
2-color LED
2-color LED
LED OFF
LED ON in green
2.7.2 DT-9721CHGE
Table 2.14
Item
LED
Power status indicator
(POWER)
Charge status indicator
(DATA)
Specification
The power to the charger is not supplied.
The power to the charge is supplied
normally.
Charging the battery is completed
Charging the battery started.
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LED OFF
LED ON in green
LED OFF
LED ON in orange
Remark
3. Product Identification And Reference Numbers
On the back of the terminal and its options (major options only), there is a bar code and numbers printed on label as
shown in Fig. 3.1 below.
This bar code is represented by 15 digits of Code128 symbology and by alphanumeric characters beneath the bar
code. The numbers 1 to 9 in the figure represent identification and references of the terminal while the numbers 10
to 14 represent a manufacturing reference reserved by the manufacturer. See the figure below for respective
meanings.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
Serial number of the
terminal in 5 digits
9
10
11
12
13
Manufacturing references
(reserved by the
manufacturer)
Production month of the year (1 to 9, A, B, C)
Production year (last digit only. Ex. 1 represents the year 2001.)
Model number (two digits in alphanumeric)
75: HA-B61IO
76: HA-B30CHG
77: DT-9700M33 (Domestic version)
78: DT-9700M33ASK (Domestic version)
79: IT-3000M53E
91: IT-3000M54E2
92: IT-3000M55E
93: IT-3000M55U
7B: IT-3000M56E
7C: IT-3000M56U
Fig.3.1
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14
15
Check digit
4. Quality References
This chapter describes about references of the terminal and its dedicated major options concerned with
environmental performance, compliance, mechanical and electric durability, etc.
4.1 Environmental Performances
4.1.1 IT-3000
Table 4.1
Item
Specification
Condition
Temperature
Operation
-20℃ to 50℃
For quality print
0℃ to 50℃
Non-operation
5℃ to 35℃
-20℃ to 70℃
0 to 40℃ while mounting
on Cradle. Note 1
HS360, ODT70TC-RAK,
F200UW6, AFP235
HG56S, TLC00
Humidity
Operation
Non-operation
Storage in carton box
Temperature
Humidity
Dust and water-splash proof
10 % to 80 %RH
5% to 90 %RH
No condensation
No condensation
-20 ℃ to 60℃
90 %RH or less
IP54 level (compliant with IEC60529)
See “IP (Industrial Protection) code”.
Notes 2 and 3
Notes:
1. It is recommended to check the print quality in the environment including at low temperature where the
terminal is operated before starting the use.
2. IP (Industrial Protection) code
A cording system to indicate the degrees of protection provided by an enclosure against access to hazardous
parts, ingress of solid foreign objects, ingress of water and to give additional protection in connection with
such protection. Elements of the IP54 level and their meanings are as follows.
IP5x;
Represents dust proof to level 5. This level of IP code means that the terminal is protected against solid
foreign objects including dust to penetrate the enclosure.
IPx4;
Represents water-splash proof to level 4. No detrimental effect is observed even with exposure to water
splashed from any direction.
3. All covers on the terminal must be closed.
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4.1.2 HA-B61IO/HA-B30CHG
Table 4.2
Item
Specification
Condition
Temperature
Operation
Storage
0℃ to 40℃
-10℃ to 50℃
Humidity
Operation
Storage
Storage in carton box
Temperature
Humidity
Water-splash resistance
30% to 80%RH (No condensation)
30% to 90%RH (No condensation)
-10℃ to 50℃
30% to 90%RH
Not applicable.
4.1.3 DT-9721CHGE
Table 4.3
Item
Specification
Temperature
Operation
Storage
0℃ to 40℃
-10℃ to 50℃
Humidity
Operation
Storage
Storage in carton box
Temperature
Humidity
Water-splash resistance
30% to 80%RH (No condensation)
30% to 90%RH (No condensation)
-10℃ to 50℃
90%RH or less
Not applicable.
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Condition
4.1.4 DT-9723LI/DT-9723LIC
Table 4.4
Item
Specification
Condition
Temperature
Operation
Storage
Compatible with the temperature range for IT-3000
during discharge, or for the battery chargers during
charge. See Table 4.1 for discharge. Or, Table 4.2 or 4.3
for charge.
Compatible with the temperature range for IT-3000.
See Table 4.1.
Humidity
Operation
Storage
Storage in carton box
Temperature
Humidity
Water-splash resistance
Compatible with the humidity range for IT-3000
during discharge, or for the battery chargers during
charge. See Table 4.1 for discharge. Or, Table 4.2 or 4.3
for charge.
Compatible with the humidity range for IT-3000. See
Table 4.1.
-10℃ to 50℃
90 %RH or less
Not applicable.
4.1.5 HA-B80AX
Table 4.5
Item
Storage in carton box
Temperature
Humidity
Water-splash resistance
Specification
-10℃ to 50℃
90%RH or less
Not applicable.
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Condition
4.2 Electrical Performances
4.2.1 IT-3000
Table 4.6
Item
Power consumption
Anti-static strength
Malfunction
Destruction
Specification
DC 4.5A/7.4V to 10.0V
Remark
150 pF, 330 ohm
±6 KV
±12 KV
4.2.2 HA-B61IO/HA-B30CHG
Table 4.7
Item
Current
consumption
Voltage
Anti-static strength
Malfunction
Destruction
Line noise strength
(Level of
malfunction)
Power interruption
Specification
Approx. 0.1 A
Approx. 2.2 A
DC12V±5%
Remark
When IT-3000 is not mounted on.
While supplying power and transmitting data.
±6 KV
±12 KV
1,000 V
150 pF, 330 ohm
Pulse frequency: 5 KHz
Burst cycle: 300 msec.
No. of pulses: 75 pcs
Burst period: 15 msec.
10 msec or less
4.2.3 DT-9721CHGE
Table 4.8
Item
Anti-static strength
Malfunction
Destruction
Power interruption
Specification
8 KV
10 KV
200 msec.
Remark
200pF, 100 ohm
4.2.4 DT-9723LI/DT-9723LIC
Table 4.9
Item
Anti-static strength
Malfunction
Destruction
Specification
6 KV (contact), 8KV (in air)
8 KV (contact), 15KV (in air)
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Remark
4.3 Mechanical Performances
4.3.1 IT-3000
Table 4.10
Item
Specification
Resistance to drop impact (height)
In bare condition
120 cm
In individual carton box
In master carton box
Resistance to vibration
(in package)
70 cm or less
50 cm or less
1.5 G or less
Condition
Onto concrete surface, one time on each of the
6 sides and 4 corners.
Onto concrete surface, one time on each of the
6 sides, 1 corner, 3 edges.
10 to 55 Hz
In X,Y, and Z directions
Reciprocally for 30 minutes
4.3.2 HA-B61IO/HA-B30CHG
Table 4.11
Item
Resistance to vibration
(in package)
Resistance to impact
In bare condition
In individual carton box
In master carton box
Specification
1.5 G or less
Condition
10 to 55 Hz
In X,Y, and Z directions
Reciprocally for 30 minutes
70 cm
70 cm or less
50 cm or less
One time for 6 faces onto concrete surface
One time for 6 faces, 1 corner and 3 edges
4.3.3 DT-9721CHGE
Table 4.12
Item
Resistance to vibration
0.75 G
Specification
Resistance to impact
In bare condition
In individual carton box
In master carton box
70 cm
70 cm
70 cm
Condition
10 to 55 Hz
In X,Y, and Z directions
Reciprocally for 30 minutes
One time for 6 faces onto a piece of lauan
One time for 6 faces, 1 corner and 3 edges
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4.3.4 DT-9723LI/DT-9723LIC
Table 4.13
Item
Resistance to vibration
Specification
1.5 G or less
Condition
10 to 55 Hz
In X,Y, and Z directions
Reciprocally for 30 minutes
Resistance to impact
In bare condition
In individual carton box
In master carton box
70 cm or less
70 cm or less
70 cm or less
One time for 6 faces onto P-tile surface.
One time for 6 faces, 1 corner and 3 edges
onto concrete surface.
4.3.5 HA-B80AX
Table 4.14
Item
Resistance to impact
In individual carton box
In master carton box
Specification
70 cm
70 cm
Condition
One time for 6 faces, 1 corner and 3 edges
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4.4 Reliability
4.4.1 IT-3000
Table 4.15
Item
Service life
Backlight
MTBF
No. of times of
installing/removing the paper
holder to/from the terminal
No. of times of opening/closing
the paper outlet cover
No. of times of cutting paper with
the cutter on the printer
Printer life
C-MOS Imager
Trigger key
Other keys
Touch Tapping with the stylus
panel
Writing
No. of times of mounting
/dismounting the terminal
on/from the cradle
No. of times of
connecting/removing the power
jack of AC adaptor
No. of times of opening/closing
the power jack cover
No. of times of
installing/removing the battery
pack to/from the battery
compartment
No. of times of opening/closing
the battery pack cover
No. of times of
installing/removing an SD
memory card to/from the slot
No. of times of opening/closing
the SD memory card cover
No. of times of
installing/removing a PC card
to/from the PC card slot
No. of times of opening/closing
the PC card slot cover
No. of times of
installing/removing a device
to/from the 14-pin serial
connector on the terminal
No. of times of opening/closing
the 14-pin interface cover
No. of times of opening/closing
the 8-pin interface cover
Continue.
Specification
10,000 hours
20,000 hours
500 times
Remark/Condition
At half-life period, ordinary temperature
Electronic parts only
5,000 times
15,000 times or greater
50 Km
In the direction of paper feeding. With print
ratio of 25% (excluding label papers)
70,000 hours
1,000,000 times
500,000 times
800,000 times
100,000 characters with
Katakana characters
10,000 times
1,000 times
1,000 times
5,000 times
5,000 times
5,000 times
5,000 times
5,000 times
5,000 times
5,000 times
5,000 times
5,000 times
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For each trigger key (R) or (L).
For each key.
With 0.8R polyester stylus with load of 250 g
applied
No. of times of reading data on
magnetic card via the MCR
No. of times of installing/removing
the splash protect cover
No. of times of opening/closing the
splash protect cover
No. of times of
mounting/dismounting the neck
strap
Strength of the neck strap
Durability of hooks for the hand
strap on the terminal
Strength of the hand strap
200,000 times
500 times
5,000 times
100 times
Tensile strength 15 Kg per
5 seconds
100 times
Tensile strength 15 Kg per
5 seconds
20,000 times
Mounting/removing the stylus
to/from the stylus holder
No. of times of
500 times
installing/removing the screen
protect cover to/from the terminal
No. of times of opening/closing
5,000 times
the screen protect cover
4.4.2 HA-B61IO/HA-B30CHG
Table 4.16
Item
MTBF for electronics parts
Mounting/removing IT-3000 to/from Cradle
Power switch
Switch
DIP switch
USB
No. of ON/OFF times of the connector RS-232C
RS-422
No. of ON/OFF times of the power jack
Specification
50,000 hours
20,000 times
5,000 times
10 times
500 times
500 times
100 times
1,500 times
Remark/Condition
Applicable to HA-B61IO only.
Applicable to HA-B61IO only.
Applicable to HA-B61IO only.
Applicable to HA-B61IO only.
4.4.3 DT-9721CHGE
Table 4.17
Item
MTBF for electronics parts
Specification
300,000 hours
Remark/Condition
4.4.4 DT-9723LI/DT-9723LIC
Table 4.18
Item
Battery charge-discharge cycle
Specification
90 percent of the capacity at 300 cycles
70 percent of the capacity at 500 cycles
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Remark/Condition
Environment temperature: 23±2℃
Discharge current: 1.1A constant current
4.5 Compliance
4.5.1 IT-3000
Compliances with EMC, EMI, Safety, Laser Safety, Bluetooth Type Approval
Table 4.19
Model
IT-3000M53E
IT-3000M54E2
IT-3000M55E
IT-3000M56E
IT-3000M55U
IT-3000M56U
EN301.489-17
(EMI,EMS)
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Compliance Standard
Europe (ETSI)
EN300.328-2
EN55024
(Bluetooth)
(EMC)
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
EN60950
(Safety)
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
FCC
Part 15B Class B
(EMI)
Compliance
USA
FCC
UL60950
Part 15C
(Safety)
(Bluetooth)
FDA Accession
no.
(Laser Safety)
Table 4.20
Model
IT-3000M53E
Yes
IT-3000M54E2
Yes
IT-3000M55E
Yes
IT-3000M56E
Yes
IT-3000M55U
Yes
IT-3000M56U
Yes
Column in gray color: not applicable.
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
4.5.2 HA-B61IO/HA-B30CHG
Table 4.21
Standard
EMC
Safety
Europe
EN55022:1998+A1:2000 Class B
EN55024:1998+A1:2001 Class B
EN60950
USA
FCC Part 15B Class B
UL1950 3 Edition
4.5.3 AD-S42120AE
Table 4.22
Compliance Standard
Safety
Europe
EN60950 (1991) 2nd edition
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USA
UL1950 3 Edition
4.5.4 DT-9721CHGE
Table 4.23
Standard
EMC
Safety
Europe
EN55022:1998+A1:2000 Class B
EN55024:1998+A1:2001 Class B
EN61000 3-2/3-3
EN60950
USA
FCC Part 15B Class B
UL1310
CSA C22.2 No. 223 (cUL)
4.5.5 DT-9723LI/DT-9723LIC
Table 4.24
Standard
Europe
Safety
EN60950
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USA/Canada
UL1310
CSA C22.2 No. 223 (cUL)
5. Cable Specifications
5.1 For Chain Connection And Short Length
Length; 1 meter or less
M a x m im u m
1m
View from side
View from top
1 2 3 4 5 6
1 2 3 4 5 6
C a b le ( s e e T a b le 5 .1 )
M o d u la r p lu g
(c o m p p a t ib le w it h 6 / 6 6 F R S Y K (S a b y o
In d u s t r ia l)
Fig. 5.1
Table 5.1 Specifications of the cable
Cable
Core wire
Conductor
Insulator
Finish of external shape
Insulator
Finish of external shape
Conductance resistance
Insulation resistance
Sheath
Characteristics
20/0.1A
Semi-hard material P.V.C.
20/0.1A
P.V.C.
φ4.3±0.1mm
0.12Ω per meter or less
50MΩ or more
Pin layout diagram of cable for chain connection and short distance (pin-to-pin straight connection)
Wiring
Cradle at lower
position under the
chain connection
Pin no.
1
2
3
4
5
6
Signal
IRS+
IRSISD+
ISDORD+
ORD-
Pin no.
1
2
3
4
5
6
Fig. 5.2
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Signal
ORS+
ORSOSD+
OSDIRD+
IRD-
Cradle at higher
position under the
chain connection
5.2 For Chain Connection And Long Length
For a cable with its length longer than one meter, no dedicated cable from CASIO is available. Arrange one locally
available that can meet the specifications described below.
Length; 1 meter or longer
Max. 1,000m
View from side
View from top
123456
123456
Modular plug compatible
with 6/6-6 FR SYK50 by
Sanyo Industrial Co.
Cable compatible with SK-UTP
100M3P by Sanyo Industrial Co.
Fig. 5.3
Pin layout diagram of cable for chain connection and long distance (pin-to-pin straight/twist-pair connection)
Wiring
Cradle at lower
position under the
chain connection
Pin no.
1
2
3
4
5
6
Signal
IRS+
IRSISD+
ISDORD+
ORD-
XXXXXX
XXXXXX
XXXXXX
Fig. 5.4
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Pin no.
1
2
3
4
5
6
Signal
ORS+
ORSOSD+
OSDIRD+
IRD-
Cradle at higher
position under the
chain connection
5.3 HA-B80AX
The dedicated RS-232C cross cable, HA-B80AX, is available for connecting the terminal to a PC via the 8-pin
serial interface on the terminal. See the specifications below.
Length; 1,500 mm
Wiring
IT-3000
Pin no.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
PC
Signal
SD
RD
RS
CS
Vcc
GND
ER
DR
Pin no.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
Fig. 5.5
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Signal
CD
RD
SD
ER
GND
DR
RS
CS
CI
6. Precautions
6.1 Handling Precautions
Precautions for short-term storage (1 to 2 days)
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If the IT-3000 is to be stored over holidays (including Saturday and Sunday), replace the battery pack if
installed with a fully charged battery pack. This will conserve the built-in memory backup battery and ensure
retention of data on the terminal.
If there is a possibility of the above or operator error (e.g., a fully charged battery has not been inserted),
practice system operation that maintains a backup to avoid loss of data due to consumption of the batteries.
Precautions for long-term storage (over one week)
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Prior to long-term storage (over one week), always back-up data in the terminal to other memory storage
device. In addition, remove the lithium-ion battery pack before storage. This can minimize overly
discharging the installed battery and minimize consumption of the memory backup battery.
Do not store the removed battery pack at high temperature. Otherwise, it will discharge at an accelerated rate.
Note that the capacity after the battery if it is not used for 10 days at 60°C will be 65%, and that after 20 days
at 60°C will be 55%.
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6.2 Safety
6.2.1 Battery Pack
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Never disassemble or retrofit the battery pack. The battery pack has safety mechanism and protection means
incorporated to avoid hazards. Should they be damaged, the battery pack could become hot, generate smoke,
explode, or ignite.
Never contact the “+” and “-“ terminals with metal objects such as a wire. Also, do not carry or store the
battery with a metal necklace or hair pin. Otherwise, the battery pack may be short-circuited resulting in an
excessive current and causing the battery to become hot, smoke, explode, or catch fire.
Neither dispose of the battery pack into a fire nor heat it. The insulation may be burnt, the gas exhaust valve
or safety mechanism may be damaged, or the internal electrolyte may ignite, causing the battery pack to
become hot, smoke, explode, or ignite.
Neither leave nor use the battery pack in a place with a high temperature (over 80°C) or close to a fire or hot
stove. Should the resin separator be damaged due to excessive heat, the battery pack may be short-circuited
causing it to become heated, smoke, explode, or ignite.
Do not soak the battery pack in fresh water or sea water. If the protection means incorporated in the battery
pack is damaged, the battery pack may become hot, smoke, explode, or ignite.
Do not attempt to charge the battery close to a fire, in direct sunlight, or in a car parked in the sun. A heated
battery pack will trigger the internal hazard protection means to stop the charging function. Or, the protection
means may be damaged and the battery may be charged with an excessive current or voltage, or have
abnormal chemical reactions induced to cause it to become hot, smoke, explode, or ignite.
Do not stick a pin or nail in the battery pack. Neither hit it with a hammer nor stamp it. If this is done, the
battery pack may be broken or deformed resulting in a short circuit and causing it to become hot, smoke,
explode, or ignite.
Do not hit or throw the battery pack. If the protection means incorporated in the battery pack is damaged, the
battery pack may be charged with an excessive current or voltage, or have abnormal chemical reactions
induced to cause it to become hot, smoke, explode, or ignite.
Never use a battery pack that is significantly damaged or deformed. It may become hot, smoke, explosion, or
ignite.
Do not attempt to solder anything directly on the battery pack surface. The insulation may be damaged or the
gas exhaust valve or safety mechanism may be damaged, causing the battery pack to become hot, smoke,
explode, or ignite.
Do not use the battery pack in other device than the terminal. The performance or service life of the battery
pack may be reduced or abnormal current may flow to cause it to become hot, smoke, explode, or ignite.
When charging the battery pack use only dedicated cradles or dedicated battery charger and its AC adaptor
available from CASIO, at a temperature between 0°C and 40°C. If the battery pack is charged with battery
chargers other than those specified by CASIO, it may be over-charged, or charged with an excessive current,
or have abnormal chemical reactions induced, causing it to become hot, smoke, explode, or ignite.
The battery pack has a specific polarity. Do not force it into the IT-3000. Check the polarity. If the battery
pack is connected backwards, it can be incorrectly charged and have an abnormal chemical reaction induced,
causing it to become hot, smoke, explode, or ignite.
If the internal electrolyte of the battery pack leaks and enters the eye, do not rub the eye. Rinse the eye with a
sufficient amount of clean water, such as tap water, then immediately consult with a doctor. The electrolyte
can cause eye damage.
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6.2.2 General
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Be aware of abnormal conditions.
If the terminal is continuously used in an abnormal condition, a fire or electric shock may occur. If there is an
abnormality, immediately turn off the Power switch, and be sure to remove the batteries and unplug the AC
adaptor from the wall outlet, then contact a CASIO distributor for repair.
Supply Current/Voltage
Do not use the AC adaptor with an AC voltage not rated on the AC adaptor. Also, avoid drawing power from
an outlet used for multiple devices. This may cause fire or an electric shock.
Handling the power cable
Do not damage, break, retrofit, bend, twist, or stretch the power cable. Also, do not place a heavy object on it
or heat it. If this is done, the power cable may be broken and cause a fire or electric shock.
AC adaptor
Always use the dedicated AC adaptor. If an AC adaptor that is not specified is used, the battery pack may
explode, causing a fire or personal injury.
Do not touch the AC adaptor with wet hands.
This may result in an electric shock. Also, place the AC adaptor in a place where it is not subject to dust and
water. Dust and dirt may cause fire and smoke, and water may cause an electric shock.
About the electrolyte
If the internal electrolyte of the battery leaks and enters the eye, rinse it with a sufficient amount of water, then
consult with a doctor
About the battery pack
1. Do not place the battery pack in a microwave oven or high-pressure container. If this is done, the
battery pack will be quickly heated or the contact seal may be broken causing it to become hot, smoke,
explode, or ignite.
2. If you are aware of an abnormal condition such as a smell, excessive heat, discoloration, deformation,
etc., during use, charging and storage of the battery pack, immediately remove it from the IT-3000 and
do not use it anymore. If it continuously used without proper treatment, the battery pack may become
hot, smoke, explode, or ignite.
3. If charging cannot be completed even after the specified charging period, stop the charging operation.
Otherwise, the battery pack may become hot, smoke, explode, or ignite.
4. If the battery pack leaks or generates an abnormal smell, immediately remove it away from the fire.
Otherwise, the electrolyte that has leaked may ignite causing smoke, an explosion, or fire.
5. Do not disassemble the battery pack. Neither disassemble nor retrofit this terminal. Personal burns or
injury may occur.
About the power cable and AC adaptor
1. Do not bring the power cable close to heating equipment such as stove. The cable coating may burn or
melt, resulting in fire or electric shock.
2. Do not bring the power cable close to a container filled with liquid. If the cable becomes wet or should
the container be tipped over, a fire or electric shock may result.
3. Do not unplug the AC adaptor by pulling the power cable by hand. The cable may be damaged causing
a fire or electric shock. Always hold the plug of the cable.
4. When cradle or battery charger is not used for an extended period of time, e.g. during absences, unplug
the AC adaptor from the wall outlet.
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About the battery
1. Do not attempt to disassemble or solder the battery. Also, do not heat or throw the battery into a fire.
2. When the button-type battery (memory backup battery) used in this terminal is removed, exercise care
so as not to accidentally swallow it. Remain aware of the danger to infants. Store the button-type battery
in an infant-safe location. Should the battery be swallowed, immediately consult a doctor.
3. If the battery is improperly used, the electrolyte may leak and soil other objects, resulting in fire and
personal injury. Be sure to observe the following precautions:
4. Make sure of the polarity (+, or -) of the battery when installing it.
5. Do not leave this terminal unused for an extended period of time with the battery installed.
About the battery pack
Do not use the battery pack in a place where it will be exposed to static electricity. The battery pack may
become hot, explode, or ignite.
Avoid exposing it to water and foreign matter
Should foreign matter (metal chips, water, liquid chemicals) enter inside the terminal, immediately turn off it,
remove the battery, unplug the AC adaptor if connected, then contact a CASIO distributor.
Memory protection
1. Contents of the terminal should always be backed up in personal computer to make a separate record
from that on the terminal. The contents of the memory may accidentally be lost due to battery power
consumption, etc. This also occurs when this terminal malfunctions or is repaired.
2. When replacing the battery, always refer to the user’s guide. Improper battery replacement may lead to
unexpected loss or alteration of data.
Place of installation
1. Do not place the terminal in an environment with a significant amount of moisture or dust. Otherwise, a
fire or electric shock may occur.
2. Do not use the terminal in the vicinity of a cooking table, humidifier, etc., where it will be subjected to
oily smoke or vapor. Otherwise, a fire or electric shock may occur.
3. Do not place the terminal in an unstable situation, such as on a wobbling platform or shelf. It may fall
and cause personal injury.
4. Do not throw the terminal into a fire. This may cause a fire or personal injury due to explosion of the
terminal.
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