HT660 Product Reference Guide
Unitech HT660
Product Reference Guide
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Chapter 1. Introduction........................................................................................4
Notice……………………………………………………………………………………..5
HT660 Specification..…………………………………………………………………...5
Unitech HT660 Accessories ..................................................................................7
HT660 Product Introduction & Accessory Kit..……………………………………….8
HT660 Front View……….......................................................................................9
HT660 Back View.................................................................................................10
First Steps with HT660...................................................................................... ..11
Install the Battery Pack……………………………………................................. ….11
Supply Power to HT660 ......................................................................................12
Charging the Main and Backup Batteries for the First Time………………………12
Protective Screen Film…..……………………………………………………………13
First Time Use of the HT660 ............................................................................... 13
Setting the Time Zone First................................................................................. 14
Setting Date and Time…………………………………………………………………15
Chapter 2. Using the Keypad & Scanner ........................................................ 16
HT660 Hotkey..................................................................................................... 17
Software Keyboard.............................................................................................. 17
Other Character Support from WinCE Keyboard................................................ 18
Chapter 3. Power System..................................................................................19
How to Save Battery Power……….. .................................................................. 20
Storage and Safety Precautions .........................................................................21
Backlight Setting................................................................................................. 21
Warm Boot / Cold Boot.. ..................................................................................... 22
Chapter 4. Data Communication...................................................................... 25
Serial or USB Cable............................................................................................ 25
Docking Station.. ................................................................................................ 26
RF Communication…………. ............................................................................. 26
Use ActiveSync…………………………….…………………………………………..27
Using Mobile Devices Window…………………………………………………….....30
Changing Communication Settings……………………………………………….....31
Wireless Communication.....................................................................................32
Bluetooth Setup...................................................................................................32
Bluetooth ActiveSync...........................................................................................33
Chapter 5. Useful Utilities…………………………………………………………...35
Scanner Setting……………………………………………………….……………….35
Scan2Key…………………………………………………………….…………………35
Registry Backup / Restore…………………………………….…….………………..36
UniPing……………………………………………………………….…………………37
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Chapter 1. HT660 Introduction
Overview
The HT660 is a rugged, compact and ergonomic handheld terminal powered by
the WinCE. NET OS to enhance your work more efficient and profitable. It
incorporates an integral barcode scanning laser/CCD device, color LCD with
touch screen, keypad, BT and wireless communication interface capability. It
provides the user with a standard Windows-based environment for customization
and operation.
The following HT660 Product Reference Guide provides simple step-by-step
procedures to give you hands-on experience with your HT660. For programming
your HT660, please refer to our SKD and programming manual.
Support
Unitech has a professional support team to quickly answer your questions or any
technical related issues. Should an equipment problem occur, please contact
the Unitech regional service representatives nearest to you, listed below. Please
go to their listed websites for complete contact information.
UTC ( China ) http://www.ute.com.cn
UTT ( Taipei, Taiwan ) http://www.unitech.com.tw
UTP ( Taipei, Taiwan ) http://www.unitech-adc.com
UTJ ( Japan ) http://www.unitech-japan.co.jp
UTA (USA, Canada, Latin America) http://www.ute.com
UTI (Europe)
http://www.unitech-europe.nl
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Notice
1. This unit is equipped with a battery pack and backup battery. It is possible that
the Unitech HT660 may not power-on due to battery discharge as a result of
storage. In the above situation and the first-time use, plug the HT660 to the
charging cable or charging cradle (with 5V/3A AC-DC adapter), and charge
the unused unit for over 12 hours in order to fully charge its backup battery as
well.
2. Under normal condition, the back-up battery will be charged from external
power or the main battery (if the main battery still has enough power to turn on).
If it is charged for the first time, the back-up battery will be fully charged while
main battery is charged fully.
Warranty
Unitech's Limited Warranty provides for different warranty periods for different
parts and accessories:
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Terminal is covered by one-year limited warranty
Docking Station is covered by one-year limited warranty
Cable is covered by one-year limited warranty
Battery is covered by three-month limited warranty
Regulatory
Compliance with RoHS
Certificate includes: CB, CE, CCC, FCC, BSMI,TELEC, VCCI
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HT660 Model Specification
Model
Rugged/Environment
Drop test
IP
Operating Temp.
Storage Temp.
Humidity
ESD
Keypads
Full Alphanumeric
Physical
Weight (g)
Dimension (LxWxH mm)
Power supply &
Management
Main Battery Type
Battery Recharging Time
Battery Life
Backup Battery Type
Display
color ( Touch Panel 2.7")
Display pixels
Docking Station
Barcode Scanner Reader
System Architecture
CPU Processor
Operating System
Flash ROM
Flash RAM
Speaker
Communication Interface
Expansion Memory Slot
SD Slot
Radio Options
802.11b/g
Bluetooth
HT660 BT
HT660BT+RF
1.5M
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0°C to 50°C
-20°C to 60°C
5%~95% non-condensing
± 8 Contact~ ± 12 Air
1.5M
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0°C to 50°C
-20°C to 60°C
5%~95% non-condensing
± 8 Contact~ ± 12 Air
36 keys
36 keys
360g w/ Battery
199.5x72.1x39.6mm
360g w/ Battery
199.5x72.1x39.6mm
3.7V / 1950mAH Li-ion
4 hours
BT--> 12 hours
RF-->
8 hours
3.7V / 1950mAH Li-ion
4 hours
BT--> 12 hours
RF-->
8 hours
120AH Li-polymer
120AH Li-polymer
Included
240x320 pixel
RS232/USB or Modem
Laser / CCD
Included
240x320 pixel
RS232/USB or Modem
Laser / CCD
Intel PXA255
Windows CE 5.0
64MB
64MB
Included
RS232 or USB
Intel PXA255
Windows CE 5.0
64MB
64MB
Included
RS232 or USB
Included
Included
Not Included
Included
Included
Included
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HT660 Accessories
Each of the following items is provided separately in the different package
configuration. Please contact with your sales people to get more detailed
information if required.
Communication and Charging Cradle
RS232/USB Cradle is for data transmission and charging purpose.
Modem Cradle is for data transmission via phone line and charging purpose.
Communication and Charging Cable Kits
An included USB cable or an optional serial cable connects the HT660 terminal
directly to a peripheral device for communication and a power source for
charging.
Universal Adaptor
AC Power Supply
The AC Power Supply connects the HT660 to an electrical power outlet in order to
power the terminal and / or charge the battery pack, utilizing either 110 or 220 Volt
(100 to 240 VAC, 50 or 60 MHz) electrical outlets available in most countries.
Holster
The holster holds the terminal for mobile use.
Hand Strap & Stylus
The hand strap is convenient for carrying your HT660 and also includes a stylus
attachment.
Li-ion Battery Pack
The 3.7v, 1950mAh Li-ion rechargeable battery pack provides the main power
supply for the HT660 terminal
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HT660 Product Introduction & Accessory Kit
Terminal
Manual CD
Communication Cable
Battery
Adaptor
Plugs
Hand Strap
Stylus
Communication Cradle
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HT660 Front View
LED
Touch Screen Display
Trigger
Indicator
Alpha
Function
Power
RS232 Interface
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HT660 Back View
Bar Code Scanner
SD Memory Slot
Speaker
Battery Door
Hand Strap &
Stylus
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First Step with the HT660
Before first using the HT660, please ensure the battery is fully charged.
There are three ways to charge your HT660:
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Docking Station
RS232/Charging cable or USB/Charging cable
Rechargeable Lithium-Ion battery pack
NOTE: Data loss may occur if the HT660's backup battery is not adequately
charged. Before charging the main battery, make sure the backup battery switch
is ON.
Install the Battery Pack
1. Remove the battery door
2. Move the backup battery switch to the ON position (see below).
3. Insert the battery pack so that the contacts on the battery pack line up with the
contacts in the battery compartment. Fully seat the battery.
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Switch On Backup Battery
Locate the backup battery switch inside the battery compartment on the left-hand
side. Please ensure that it is in the “ON” position before charging the main
battery.
On
Off
Supply Power to the HT660
Connect the RS232/Charging Cable or USB/Charging Cable to the HT660 and
connect the AC adapter to the cable’s power jack and an electrical outlet.
Or place the HT660 into the Docking Station (first connect the power supply
to the Docking Station).
First Time to Charge the Main Battery & Backup Battery
We would like to propose to charge the battery at least up to 12 hours for the first
time to use. While it normally only takes about 4 hours to charge the battery
after it's been drained, when charging the battery for the first time please allow at
least 12 hours. While charging the main battery the backup battery should also
be charged. Please make sure the backup battery has been switched “ON” (this
cannot be emphasized enough).
CAUTION: There is a high risk of data loss from RAM if the backup
battery is not fully charged. This can happen if the main battery has been
drained and the unit is not connected to the AC adaptor. For this reason, it
is crucial that the backup battery is switched on before charging the main
battery for the first time.
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Protective Screen Film
To protect screen, the HT660 has been provided with a protective plastic film. You
may remove it (if desired). The screen will be more susceptible to scratching
without the film, but will be more readable.
First Time Use of the HT660
Pressing the Power ON/OFF Key
The Unitech HT660 welcome screen appears. The Windows CE screen will
appear shortly thereafter.
Align the Screen
When prompted, use the stylus to tap the targets as they appear in order to align
the touch screen.
When you complete the procedure, press any key or press anywhere on the touch
screen to start up the WinCE system.
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Adjusting Screen Brightness
To adjust the original default setting of the screen brightness, the backlight setting
will be required. Please refer to page 21 for the new setting procedure.
Setting Time Zone/ Date
Before using the HT660 please take a few minutes to set the time and date so that
data can be properly time-stamped.
Setting the Time Zone First
Follow the steps below to set up your time zone.
1. Tap the location arrow to see a list of cities.
2. Choose your location (or nearest listed one).
3. Select the Daylight Savings Time check box, if necessary.
4. Tap the APPLY button.
Select "Automatically adjust clock for daylight saving" for a Daylight Savings Time
zone.
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Setting Date/Time
Tap the Left or Right arrows to scroll the year and month you desire.
Or, directly tap location of year or month to change the year or month setting.
To set up time, tap on the Hr/Min/Sec AM/PM to input the Hr/Min/Sec
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Chapter 2. Using the Keypad and Scanner
Keypad
Data can be entered into the HT660 via its 36 key keypad, which includes: 0~9,
alpha, function, escape, backspace, enter, scanner trigger, cursor, and on/off
keys.
Escape Key
Enter Key
Alpha Key
Scan Key
Cursor Key
Function Key
Space Key
Backspace Key
Tab Key
On/Off Key
[ENT]
The Enter key confirms data entry.
[FUNC]
The Function Key is used in conjunction with specific number keys
to operate as Hotkeys (see next page).
[Bksp]
The backspace key erases the character to the left of the cursor.
[ESC]
The escape key returns the user to a previous page.
[TAB]
The Tab key moves the cursor to the next tab or next control on a
form.
[Cursor]
The cursor key moves the cursor around the screen.
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[Alpha]
The Alpha key toggles Alpha mode on and off and Caps mode on
and off. One press of the Alpha key causes the HT660's keys to
input alpha characters, indicated by a blue LED light. A second
press causes the input of upper-case characters, indicated now
by a green LED. A third press returns the HT660 to numerical
input.
HT660 HotKey
The HT660 provides hotkeys for frequently used functions. Press the Function
key and the appropriate numeric key for the following functions listed below:
Func 6 = Task Manager
Func 7 = Scanner Setting
Func 8 = Power Properties
Func 9 = System Info
Hotkeys can be modified to suit the user's preferences.
To modify hotkeys, please follow the path below:
Path: My computer/Windows/RegFuncKey.exe
Software Keyboard (Windows CE Keyboard)
Besides its hardware keypad, the HT660 provides a touchscreen keyboard as an
alternative method of character input. This software keyboard replicates the
layout of a standard PC keyboard.
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Opening the Windows CE Keyboard:
The Windows CE keyboard can be opened by tapping the “keyboard” icon on the
task bar. (Refer to picture).
Other Character Support from WinCE Keyboard:
In addition to standard keyboard input, the HT660 supports special European
character and symbol input. To enter these characters, tap the [áü] key on the
touch screen keyboard to display the available characters.
The Bar Code Scanner
The HT660 has an integrated laser or CCD bar code scanner (depending on
model number) capable of reading all major bar code labels.
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Chapter 3. Power system
Charging the Lithium-Ion Battery Pack
The HT660's batteries can be charged via the USB or serial communication cable,
or via the optional docking station - both using the included AC adaptor. Please
charge the battery for at least 4 hours per session to ensure a full charge.
Please note that the first time charge should be for at least 12 hours (see below).
Charging the Main and Backup Battery for the First Time
Note: When first charging the HT660, please allow at least 12 hours to fully
charge both the main and backup batteries. When the HT660 arrives from the
factory the backup battery switch is in the OFF position in order to protect the
backup battery. Before first charging the HT660, make sure the backup battery
switch is moved to the ON position. The backup battery switch can be found
inside the main battery compartment. Data loss can occur if the backup battery
is not adequately charged - therefore it is imperative to ensure that the backup
battery switch is in the ON position before charging for the first time.
Note: A properly charged backup battery can store data for up to 72 hours
without power from the main battery. This is not recommended. Please make
sure an adequately charged main battery or AC power is to present and try not to
rely on the backup battery for other than unusual or emergency situations. To
prevent data loss due to backup battery failure (always a slim possibility), please
minimize the amount of time that the backup battery has to operate without the
main battery pack installed or while disconnected from AC power.
Environment Consideration for Charging
It is important to consider the environment temperature whenever you are
charging the Lithium-Ion battery pack. The process is most efficient at normal
room temperature or slightly cooler. It is essential that you charge batteries within
the stated range of -5°C to 50°C. Charging batteries outside of the specified range
could damage the batteries and shorten their charging life cycle.
Power Status Indication
When the "Main Batteries Very Low" icon appears, charging the main battery
pack as soon as possible is highly recommended in order to avoid system
shutdown at an awkward moment.
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“Backup Battery Low” icon:
When the "Backup Battery Low" icon appears it indicates that the backup battery
is low and needs to be charged.
How to Save Battery Power
Automatic shutdown of the HT660
The HT660 will enter idle mode when there is no task, or all tasks are waiting for
input. In default setting, the HT660 will automatically turn itself off if it remains idle
for 3 minutes and when there is no external charging power applied. Pressing the
power button will return the HT660 to the same point at the time of automatic
shutdown.
Note: Suggestion 1: Turn off wireless mode if you are not using it.
conserve battery power.
Suggestion 2:
This will
Disable the I/O card if Internet access is not required.
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Storage and Safety Precautions
Batteries should be stored in an open environment and placed where there is no
risk of accidental shorting or other damage. Although charged Li-Ion batteries
may be left unused for several months, their capacity may be reduced due to back
up and internal resistance. If this happens they will require recharging prior to use.
Li-Ion batteries may be stored at temperatures between -4°F and 158°F (-20°C to
70°C).
Backlight Setting
The backlight for color display is user-defined. There are two tabs – one for
Battery Power and the other for External Power.
Field
Dim Backlight if
Description
Select how many minutes you want to elapse before the
backlight dims.
Turn Off Backlight Select how many minutes you want to elapse before the
if
backlight automatically turns off.
Turn on Backlight Select this option if you want the backlight to turn on when
the button is pressed or the touch screen is tapped.
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Warm Boot / Cold Boot
Warm Boot
Warm Boot is a reset to re-boot the HT660 without losing saved data. Perform a
warm boot when:
The terminal fails to respond
After installing some software applications
After making changes to certain system settings, such as network cards
WARNING -
Performing a Warm Boot will result in the loss of all unsaved
data!
Warm Boot via Software
To perform a Warm Boot via software, locate the file
Windows/Boot.exe.
Tap “Warm Boot”. The system will be warm started.
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Warm Boot via Hardware
Use a blunt pin (like an unfolded paper clip) to
press the reset pin located on the front of the
HT660, below the keypad.
Cold Boot
A Cold Boot is used to reset the operating system, restore the terminal back to
factory default, and reset the terminal after a bootloader, keyboard, or kernel
upgrade.
WARNING -
Performing a Cold Boot will return the HT660 to its original
factory settings!
Cold Boot via Software
To perform a Cold Boot via software, locate the file
Windows/Boot.exe.
Tap “Cold Boot”. The system will be re-started and
reset back to factory default.
You will need to recalibrate the screen and reset the
date and time.
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Cold Boot via Hardware
1. Remove the Main Battery
2. Switch OFF the Backup Battery
3. Switch the Backup Battery back ON
4. Insert the Main Battery
5. The terminal will be cold started and reset back to factory default
6. Recalibrate the screen and reset the date and time
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Chapter 4. Data Communication
Introduction
The Unitech HT 660 allows users to link to a host computer via RS-232 / USB,
Bluetooth, or Wireless connection for data communication.
This chapter provides an overview of the communication of the HT660. The
following subchapters cover these topics:
“Series, USB or Modem” communication via cable or docking station
“RF Communication” for details about wireless communication between the
HT660 and host computers
”Microsoft ActiveSync” for details about serial communication via RS232 / USB
port
Connecting
Serial or USB Cable
Plug the RS232 or USB end of the HT660 communication cable into your PC's
Com or USB port, and the other end into the HT660's communication port. To
simultaneously charge the HT660, plug the AC power adaptor into the power
receptacle on the RS232 or USB plug.
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Docking Station
RS232 / USB Cradle
For data transmission, plug one end of your HT660's RS232 or USB
communication cable into your PC's Com Port and the other end into the HT660
Docking Station's RS232 / USB port. To simultaneously charge the HT660, plug
the AC power adaptor into the power receptacle on the Docking Station.
Modem Cradle
For data transmission, plug telephone line to the end of your HT660's RJ45
port. To simultaneously charge the HT660, plug the AC power adaptor into the
power receptacle on the Docking Station.
RF Communication
Windows CE can support TCP/IP protocol and the user can link to the
Internet via the settings under “ Network and Dial-up Connections”.
In the Network and Dial-up Connections, go to PRISM1 to set up the IP to connect
to internet.
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Using ActiveSync
Use Microsoft ActiveSync, you can synchronize and transfer information between
your desktop computer and terminal. The most current version of ActiveSync can
be downloaded from www.microsoft.com.
Additional Capabilities
With ActiveSync, you can also:
• Back up and restore your device data.
• Copy (rather than synchronize) files between your device and desktop
computer.
• Control when synchronization occurs by selecting a synchronization mode.
For example, you can synchronize continually while connected to your
desktop computer or only when you choose the synchronize command.
• Select which information types are synchronized and control how much data is
synchronized. For example, you can choose how many weeks of past
appointments you want synchronized.
Before beginning installation, carefully read the following:
Because you will be restarting your computer during installation, save your
work and quit all programs before you begin.
To set up your communication settings, the HT660 serial cable is required to
connect the HT660 to your host computer.
If you run the Windows NT® operating system with a service pack, you will be
informed during setup that you may need to reinstall the service pack. Try
connecting first, and if unsuccessful, reinstall the latest service pack.
Requirements
To synchronize, ActiveSync version 3.7 or higher must be installed on both your
desktop computer and the HT660 terminal. The HT660 terminal ships with
ActiveSync already installed. Therefore, you must install ActiveSync 3.7 on your
desktop computer.
To install ActiveSync on your desktop computer, please link to Microsoft website
to get free download driver.
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Installation
Follow the installation procedure below to install Microsoft ActiveSync, connect
your HT660 to your desktop computer, and establish a partnership for
synchronization (if desired):
Download the executable program “msasync.
exe” from the Microsoft web site at:
http://www.microsoft.com/mobile/pocketpc/
downloads/activesync35.asp.
Execute this program on your PC.
Select the folder into which Microsoft
ActiveSync will be installed. If you
choose not to download into the
displayed default folder, click the
Change button.
After you’ve selected the folder, click
Next to set up Microsoft ActiveSync.
After you’ve installed Microsoft
ActiveSync and restarted your
computer, you’ll see the following
screen:
Using the RS232 cable or USB, plug the HT660 into a communication port on
your desktop computer.
Turn the HT660 on. Click the Next button.
Microsoft ActiveSync should recognize your HT660 and configure your
communication port. If a message appears indicating that it is unable to detect a
connection, click the Cancel button and manually configure the communication
settings.
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When the HT660 is initially connected
to a PC, the following screen appears
prompting you to set up a “Partnership”.
Setting up a Partnership is required if
your HT660 is to be synchronized with
other computers and/or terminals.
Otherwise select No.
Now select synchronization settings.
Currently the HT660 can support
“Synchronized Files”
Different HT660 cannot share the
same Device Name if more than
one terminal is to be connected to
the same PC via a “Partnership”.
The default Device Name assigned
to the HT660 is “WinCE”.
It is important to specify a different
name for each terminal if more than
one terminal is to be connected to the
same PC. When ActiveSync displays
the following screen, assign each
terminal its own unique name.
Click the Next button and follow the instructions to set up a partnership between
the HT660 and your desktop computer. This partnership allows you to
synchronize information between the two computers.
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When the configuration process is
complete, you’ll see the following
screen:
Synchronization will be initialized and will take place if you’ve chosen to
synchronize periodically or upon connection.
Note: Your desktop computer can create a partnership with multiple HT660s.
Also,
The HT660 can create a partnership with up to two desktop computers.
Using the Mobile Devices Window
Start Microsoft ActiveSync by clicking the
Microsoft ActiveSync shortcut on your
desktop and then clicking the “Explore”
icon.
In the displayed window, you can:
Select your HT660 to use Microsoft
ActiveSync features such as
changing synchronization options,
as described in the “Synchronization”
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section.
Open the Explorer window by double
clicking your device icon in the Mobile
Devices window.
Use this window, which is the root
window to the HT660, to copy and
move files between the HT660 and
your desktop computer, as described
in the “Synchronization” section.
Changing Communications Settings
If Microsoft ActiveSync fails to detect the HT660 during installation, set up
communications manually instead. Make sure the following conditions are met:
Verify that the correct communications port is selected for your desktop
computer and that it is free.
Microsoft ActiveSync uses the specified communication ports to connect to
the HT660 and please make sure these resources are available for Microsoft
ActiveSync to connect to the HT660. Other programs cannot use them while
the HT660 and your desktop computer are connected.
Set your baud rate on the HT660 - the desktop computer will match it.
To check communications settings,
open the Mobile Devices folder, and
click File / Connection Settings.
The connection on the HT660 is set
to USB connection by default. To
adjust the connection, tap Start, Settings,
Control Panel, select the Communication
icon, select the PC Connection tab, and
then tap the Change Connection… button.
For more information see Microsoft ActiveSync
Help.
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Wireless Communication
Your HT660 is equipped with built-in Bluetooth for wireless communication.
Bluetooth Setup
Select the BTPowerON program from Wireless Connection on your
HT660’s Startup Bar/ Program/ Bluetooth
Select Bluetooth Module Power On and tap OK.
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Bluetooth ActiveSync
Select BTActiveSync from Communication on the Startup bar
On your PC, tap the Bluetooth icon on the task bar. The screen to the
right will appear. Select More...
Choose Inquiry. The inquiry process might take a few seconds.
Then select the device to synchronize and tap OK
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Tap the Bluetooth icon on the task bar again. Click Sync.
The message “Connecting to Bluetooth” will appear on your HT660.
A Bluetooth security screen will appear
prompting you to enter a PIN code. This
PIN code can be any series of letters and
numbers, and must be the same code you
enter on your HT660 when prompted.
When prompted by your HT660, enter the same PIN code that you’d entered on
your PC. Once this is successfully entered, your synchronization is complete.
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Chapter 5. Useful Utilities
Introduction
Following please find some useful software applications developed by Unitech in
order to make your experience with the HT660 more enjoyable and productive.
Scanner Setting
When it is necessary for the user to change the default barcode symbologies for a
different application, Scanner Control Panel provides the setting function to
change default symbologies, place delimiter characters behind scanned data, and
save the settings. Run this program from \Start\Setting\Control Panel\Scanner
Setting.exe and Scanner Control Panel will be displayed.
Scan2Key
The Scan2Key application can route input from the scanner port to the keyboard
buffer, with the result that all scanned data will be treated as if they were input
from the keypad. With this router, scanned data can be directly input into
generic applications like MS Pocket Word.
Scan2Key can be found at:
\Start\Setting\Control Panel\Scanner Setting\ To Kpd
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Registry Backup/Restore
The Registry Backup program stores the HT660's registry settings for the user to
access. If a cold boot should be required, or the user otherwise wants to return
the registry to a previous state, the user can retrieve an earlier setting from
Registry Backup.
Registry Restore allows the user to restore the HT660’s registry to a previously
saved version.
\Start\Program\Utilities\Registry Backup
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UniPing
This Unitech program enables the user to ping their IP to determine the status of
the connection.
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