PA970 Portable Terminal
User's Manual
PA970 User's Manual
Chapter 1. - Introduction . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Unitech PA970 & Accessories . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Tour of the Unitech PA970 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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First Steps with the Unitech PA970 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Installing the Battery Pack . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Charging the Main and Backup Batteries for the First Time . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Supplying Power to the PA970
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Protective Screen Film . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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First Operation of the PA970 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Pressing the ON/OFF Key . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Adjusting Screen Brightness . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Calibrating the PA970
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Setting Time Zone, Date, and Time . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Flash Memory
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Chapter 2. - Using the Keypad and Scanner . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Keypad . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Using the Stylus
Alpha Key . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10
Useful Hotkeys . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10
Software Keyboard (Windows CE Keyboard)
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Opening the Windows CE Keyboard . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11
Keying-in Characters . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11
International Character Support . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11
Moving the Keyboard
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Closing the Keyboard
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Using the Laser Scanner . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12
Chapter 3. - Power system . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13
Charging the Lithium-Ion Battery Pack . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13
Charging the Main and Backup Battery for the First Time . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14
Power Status Indication . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14
Checking Main and Backup Battery Status
How to Save Battery Power
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Backlight Setting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16
Warm Boot / Cold Boot . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16
Charging Considerations
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Storage and Safety Precautions
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Chapter 4. - Communication
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Introduction
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Connecting
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ActiveSync . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19
Installing Microsoft ActiveSync . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19
Using the Mobile Devices Window . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22
Changing Communications Settings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23
Synchronization . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24
What Gets Synchronized . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25
Changing Synchronization Options . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25
Installing and Removing Software . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26
InBox . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26
Sending and Receiving E-Mail with InBox . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26
Sending Mail Remotely . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 27
Setting Up Remote Mail
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Work Remotely . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 27
Receiving Messages . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28
Sending Messages . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28
Wireless Communication . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 29
Bluetooth Setup . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 29
Bluetooth ActiveSync . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 29
Power On 802.11b . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 31
Power On GPRS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 32
Obtaining an IP Address via DHCP Server . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 33
Specifying an IP Address . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 33
How To Set SSID . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 34
Chapter 5. - Bar Code Input Program . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 35
Scanner Setting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 38
Bar Code Symbologies . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 36
Appendix A - Technical Specifications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 37
Appendix B - Troubleshooting Guide . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 41
FCC Statement . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 42
Canadian Compliance Statement . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 42
European Conformity Statement . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 42
Laser Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 42
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NOTICE
This unit is equipped with a battery pack and backup battery. It is possible that the Unitech PA970
may not immediately power-on due to battery discharge as a result of storage.
In the above situation, plug the PA970 to the RS232 or USB cable, or place the unit into the Unitech
PA970 Cradle (with 12V/2A AC-DC adapter, part number 1010-601478), and recharge the unit for 16
hours in order to fully charge its backup battery.
The backup battery will charge from external power or the main battery if the main battery still has
enough power to turn on. In the event the main battery is fully charged, refrain from using the PA970
for 16 hours in order for the main battery to fully charge the backup battery.
Backing-up data via backup battery only (without the main battery installed) may take as long as 4
hours. Therefore, in order to prevent data loss due to backup battery failure, do not leave the PA970
without the rechargeable battery pack installed or without connection to AC power for an extended
period of time.
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Chapter 1.
Introduction
Thank you for purchasing the Unitech PA970.
Your PA970 is a rugged, compact, and lightweight palm-size mobile computer. It utilizes the Windows CE.NET operating system, and incorporates an integral bar code scanning laser device, color
LCD with touch screen, keypad, built -in GSM/GPRS, 802.11b, and SD Card Bluetooth® communication capability.
This PA970 product reference guide will guide you in your use of your PA970.
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Unitech PA970 & Accessories
After opening the PA970 box, please make sure the following items are present:
User Guide CD
PA970 Main Unit
Battery Pack
Quick Reference Guide
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Stylus
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Tour of the Unitech PA970
Stylus
Scanner
Trigger
Bar Code
Laser Scanner
Touch
Screen
Cursor
Button
On/Off Key
Keypad
Cold Start
(inside SD Card Compartment)
IrDA Port
SD Card
Compartment
Reset Hole
GPRS
(inside)
WEAN
(inside)
CF Slot
(inside Battery
Compartment)
Battery Compartment
Hand Strap
SIM Card
Socket
(inside Battery
Compartment)
Battery Compartment Latches
Charging/Communication Port
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First Steps with the Unitech PA970
There are three ways to provide power to the PA970:
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Rechargeable Lithium-Ion battery pack
RS232/Charging cable or USB/Charging cable
Docking Station
Note: Data you enter may not be properly stored until the built-in backup battery has been adequately
charged. Please remember to turn on the back-up battery before you charge the terminal.
Installing the Battery Pack
1.
Remove the battery compartment door using the flip-out battery
compartment latches located on the bottom of the PA970.
2. Position the battery pack with the recessed
contacts towards the bottom right side of the
battery (to line up with the battery contacts in the
battery compartment). Insert and fully seat the
battery pack, making sure the shape of the
battery pack fits the shape of the battery compartment.
3. Re-attach the battery compartment door with the battery compartment latches.
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Charging the Main and Backup Batteries for the First Time
IMPORTANT!
Before charging the PA970’s batteries for the first time, refer to page 13
in this manual or page 1 of the QuickStart Guide. This PA970 arrives
from the factory with its Backup Battery Switch in the OFF position. In
order to charge and activate the Backup Battery, its switch must be in
the ON position. Otherwise data can be lost if the Main Battery shuts
down or is removed.
After insuring that the Backup Battery Switch is indeed in the ON position, follow the steps below to
charge your PA970’s batteries. Please note that the first time charge of the PA970 might take up to
16 hours.
Supplying Power to the PA970
Connect the RS232/Charging Cable or USB/Charging Cable
between the PA970 and your PC, and then connect the AC
adapter between the cable’s power jack and an electrical
outlet.
Or place the PA970 into the Docking Station, after connecting
the power supply between an electrical outlet and the Docking
Station.
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Using the Stylus
CAUTION: Never use anything other than the PA970’s stylus on the screen.
Using another object as a stylus could cause permanent damage.
1. Hold the stylus as you would a pencil.
2. To make a choice from a menu, lightly tap the tip of the stylus on
that choice.
3. To write data into a field on a form, use the stylus to print the letters
or numbers. Use very light pressure.
Protective Screen Film
The PA970 screen ships with a protective plastic film. You may remove this if desired by peeling
from one corner. The screen will be more susceptible to scratching without the film, but will be more
readable, and the touchscreen will work better.
First Operation of the Unitech PA970
Press the ON/OFF Key
The Unitech PA970 welcome screen appears. The Windows CE® screen
will appear shortly thereafter.
Adjust Screen Brightness
Press [FUNC] key and Cursor key to increase or increase screen brightness.
Calibrate the PA970
This screen will automatically appear when the unit is powered-on for the
first time or after the system is reset. This screen can also be accessed
at any time by pressing the hot key [FUNC] and the [ESC] key.
The PA970 will prompt you to calibrate the unit by tapping a sequence of
screen locations. Tap gently but firmly. When you have completed the
series of taps, press the [ENT] key to confirm it or press the [ESC] key to
cancel it.
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Setting Time Zone, Date, and Time
After Calibrating the PA970, the “Date/Time Properties” dialog box will
appear. Follow the steps below to set the date and time.
Setting the Time Zone first
Follow the steps below to set up your time zone.
1.
2.
3.
4.
Tap the location arrow to see a list of cities.
Choose your location (or nearest listed one).
Select the Daylight Savings Time check box, if necessary.
Tap the Apply button.
Setting the Year and Month
Tap the up or
down arrows to
scroll the year
Tap the Left or
Right arrows to
scroll the month
Tap here to
popup a list
of months
Tap here to
directly change
the year setting
Exiting Date/Time Properties Settings
Tap OK or the X (cancel) button at upper-right corner to exit.
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Flash Memory
Flash Memory is a re-writable location in which to store up to 64 MB of
programs and data files. The benefit of this feature is that files and
programs saved in Flash Memory are unaffected by the PA970’s power
status.
To access the contents of Flash Memory, simply select My Computer on
the desktop and then select Flash Storage. The programs and data files
currently stored in Flash Memory will be displayed.
To save to Flash Storage, select File, Save To, and select Flash Storage
just like you would select any other storage medium.
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Chapter 2.
Using the Keypad and Scanner
Keypad
The PA970 keypad contains 19 keys, including:
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Esape key
Cursor key
Enter key
Backspace key
ON/OFF key
Tab key
Function key
0~9 numerals
Alpha key
Decimal Point key
Please refer to the picture to the right.
ON/OFF
[ESC]
[ Back space]
[FUNC]
When the unit is off, pressing the ON/OFF key will turn the unit on.
Alternatively, when the unit is on, this key must be pressed and held down
for about two seconds in order to turn the unit off.
The Escape key will perform the same function as tapping the CANCEL
button or the X icon on the touch screen.
The Backspace key is used to erase previously input characters.
The Function key is used to perform alternative key functions.
[TAB]
The Tab key is used to toggle between data fields or to place the cursor at
pre-determined places in a programming or word processing application.
[ENT]
The Enter key is used to initiate a process or confirm a selection made by
the user.
[Cursor]
The Cursor key is used to navigate among applications.
[Alpha]
This Alpha key is used to toggle between Numberic and Alpha Mode.
This Apha key is also used to toggle CAPS in Alpha Mode.
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Alpha Key
When the PA970 boots, the default condition is Numeric Mode on.
When the Apha Mode is toggled on, the default condition is CAPS mode off.
Alpha Mode Press Alpha for alpha mode, the default condition is CAPS off.
CAPS
Press the Alpha key twice to toggle CAPS
Key in
Press the Cursor-UP to select a character.
Useful Hotkeys
The PA970 provides eight combination hot keys to activate specified screen setting functions or
programs. These hotkeys are useful for calibrating the touch screen, toggling the backlight, and
adjusting screen contrast when the menu-driven operation is disabled. Below is the list of hotkeys.
To use them, press and hold the [FUNC] key in combination with the corresponding second key.
[FUNC] + [ESC]
Check stylus properties & re-calibrate the PA970’s touch screen
[FUNC] + [
]
Decrease screen brightness
[FUNC] + [
]
Increase screen brightness
[FUNC] + [TAB]
10
Toggle screen & LCD backlight
[FUNC] + [6]
Task manager
[FUNC] + [7]
Scanner Setting.exe
[FUNC] + [8]
Power Properties
[FUNC] + [9]
System Information
[FUNC] + [0]
Space
[FUNC] + [
]
Toggle keypad brighter
[FUNC] + [
]
Toggle keypad dimmer
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Software Keyboard (Windows CE Keyboard)
Since the PA970’s keypad allows input of numeric characters only, the Windows CE Software
provides a touch screen keyboard for input of other characters. The Windows based keyboard
replicates the layout of a standard PC keyboard.
Opening the Windows CE Keyboard:
The Windows CE keyboard can be opened by tapping the
keyboard icon on the task bar. (Refer to picture at right).
Double-tap here
Keying-in Characters:
After tapping the “keyboard” icon, the Windows CE keyboard pops up. Character input is the same as
on a standard PC. Simply tap the on-screen button corresponding to the character you want to input.
International Character Support:
Tap the [áü] button to switch from the standard English keyboard to the
European keyboard.
Moving the Keyboard:
Use the stylus to point to the title bar (the bar displaying “Input Panel”)
and then move the stylus without lifting it from the screen.
Closing the Keyboard:
Tap the keyboard icon to close the Windows CE keyboard.
Title Bar
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Using the Laser Scanner
Note: Reading software must be enabled in order to operate the scanner. This can be a userloaded application or a pre-loaded utility such as Scanner Setting.exe.
Laser Scanner
The PA970 has an integrated laser scanner, which reads
all major bar code labels with excellent performance.
Trigger keys are located on the left and right sides of the
unit. Press either one to activate the laser scanner.
The PA970 also has a built-in Scanner
Setting.exe program that allows the user to
test the barcode scan function.
Scanner Setting.exe is located in directory
\Windows\Control and is also accessible
by shortcut via “Setting\Control” on the
Start menu.
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Right
Trigger
Left
Trigger
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Chapter 3.
Power System
IMPORTANT!
The PA970 arrives with its Backup Battery Switch in the OFF position.
Before charging your PA970’s batteries, open the SD Card Compartment (see page 3), locate the
Backup Battery Switch (see below) and move the Backup Battery Switch to the ON position (toward
the stylus slot). Otherwise data can be accidentally lost in case of Main Battery shutdown or removal.
Conversely, switch the Backup Battery Switch to the OFF position for long-term storage.
Charging the Lithium-Ion Battery Pack
The optional Docking Station is a convenient accessory for daily
use of the PA970. Charging the battery pack using the Docking
Station takes approximately 3 hours.
Or, when using the included Charging/USB cable or Charging/RS232
cable, the charging time of the battery pack is also about 3 hours.
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Charging the Main and Backup Battery for the First Time
Note: Before using the PA970 for the first time, charge the unit for 16 hours to fully charge the
empty backup battery. Operating the PA970 for the first time without the AC adapter, and
without fully charging the backup battery may result in loss of data stored in RAM memory.
Note: Backing-up data by backup battery only, without the main battery installed in the battery
compartment, may take as long as 4 hours. Therefore, in order to prevent data protection
failure due to backup battery failure, do not leave the PA970 without the rechargeable
battery pack installed, or without connection to AC power for an extended period of time.
It may take up to 96 hours to backup data when the PA970 is automatically shut down
because of very low battery power while the depleted batteries are still installed in
the battery compartment.
Power Status Indication
Four different icons are displayed on the status bar to indicate the on-board power status.
“Plug” icon: When displayed, this icon indicates that the
battery is charging. The PA970 is either plugged-in via the
DC 12V/2A power adapter or in the docking station.
“Battery Low” icon: When displayed indicates the battery
is low and needs to be charged. In other words, there is no
external power supply, the battery charge is low or very low,
and charging the PA970 is recommended.
“Battery Very Low” icon: When displayed indicates the
battery is very low. Stopping the operation and charging the
PA970 immediately is highly recommended.
Plug with power adapter
Battery Low
Battery Very Low
No icon: When displayed means there is no external power
supply to the PA970 but its battery power status is good.
“Backup Battery Low” icon: When displayed indicates the
backup battery is low and needs to be charged.
Backup Battery Low
“Backup Battery Very Low” icon: When displayed indicates the backup battery is very low. Stopping the operation
and charging the PA970 immediately is highly recommended.
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Backup Battery Very Low
or Backup Battery is not turned on.
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Checking Main and Backup Battery Status
Enter Power Properties:
If the above mentioned Plug icon or Battery icon is displayed, double tap
this icon to display the Power Properties screen.
Or, select Settings/Control Panel from the Start menu and then double tap
the Power icon to display Power Properties.
Check Battery Status:
The battery menu item will show the status of the main and backup
batteries. There are 3 kinds of status indicators — “Good”, “Low” and
“Very Low”. Bold characters indicate the actual status - e.g. battery icons
in the illustration at right mean both the main and backup batteries are
“GOOD”.
It is necessary to charge the battery when “Low” or “Very Low” are displayed in bold characters. If “Low” or “Very Low” are still displayed after
charging, please contact Unitech Technical Support.
How to Save Battery Power
Automatic shut-down of the PA970
The PA970 will enter Idle Mode when there is no task, or all tasks are
waiting for input. In default setting, the PA970 will automatically go to
sleep if it remains idle for longer than 3 minutes and when there is no
external charging power applied. Pressing the power button will return
the PA970 to the same point at the time of automatic snooze.
In Power Properties, select “Power Off”. Customize automatic shut off
time by tapping the arrow to select from a list of time periods. The available time periods are 1, 2, 3, 4, and 5 minutes.
This function can also be activated when the PA970 is plugged into the
power adapter or placed in its cradle by tapping the check box and then
tapping the arrow to select from a list of time periods. The available time
periods are 1, 2, 5,10, 15 and 30 minutes.
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Backlight Setting
Because the power consumption of the LCD backlight is high, turn off the
backlight function if it is not necessary. If a backlight is required, select
the “automatically turn off the back-light” function.
To change backlight settings, select Settings / Control Panel from the Start
menu, and then double tap the Display icon.
Tap the “Backlight” menu item to display the following three selections:
Automatically turn off the backlight when using battery power:
Tap the check box to toggle this function. Available idle times are:
15 and 30 seconds; and 1, 2, and 5 minutes.
Automatically turn off the backlight when using external power:
Tap the check box to toggle this function. Available idle times are:
15 and 30 seconds, and 1, 2, 5, 10, 15, and 30 minutes.
Automatically turn on the backlight when any key is pressed:
This function is activated by the PA970’s keypad rather than the Windows
CE keyboard.
Warm Boot / Cold Boot
Warm Boot
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Via Hardware: To perform a warm boot while the PA970 is operating,
insert the end of an unfolded paperclip into the reset hole on the back
of the terminal, right below the SD Card compartment cover.
•
Via Software: Under the Windows folder of your terminal, locate the file
BootMode.exe, execute the program, and confirm the warning message.
WARNING: Warm Boot will cause unsaved data to be lost.
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Cold Boot
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To perform a coldboot, press the coldboot button inside the SD Card compartment.
WARNING: Cold Boot will cause the PA970 to return to its original factory settings.
Charging Considerations
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, and it is
essential that you charge batteries as close to this range as possible. Charging batteries outside of
this range could damage the batteries and/or shorten their charging life cycle.
Storage and Safety Precautions
Although charged Lithium-Ion batteries may be left unused for several months, their capacity may be
depleted due to build up of internal resistance. If this happens they will require recharging prior to use.
Lithium-Ion batteries may be stored at temperatures between -4°F to 140°F (-20°C to 60°C), however
they may be depleted more rapidly at the high end of this range. It is recommended to store batteries
within normal room temperature ranges.
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Chapter 4.
Communication
Introduction
The Unitech PA970 allows users to link to a host computer via RS-232,USB, IrDA, or RF connection
for data communication.
This chapter provides an overview of the communication methods of the PA970. The following
subchapters cover these topics:
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”Microsoft ActiveSync” details serial communication via RS232/ USB port.
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“RF Communication” details wireless communication between mobile PA970 and host computers.
Connecting
Serial or USB Cable
Plug the RS232 or USB end of the communication/charging
cable into the appropriate PC port, and the other into the
PA970’s charging/communication port (see page 3). Plug the
power supply between a wall socket and the power receptacle
on the RS232 or USB plug.
Docking Station
Plug the RS232 or USB end of the communication/charging
cable into the appropriate PC port, and the other end into the
PA970 Docking Station’s communication port. Plug the power
supply between your wall socket and the power receptacle on
the Docking Station.
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ActiveSync
In order to exchange data between your desktop computer and the PA970, Microsoft ActiveSync
must be installed on your desktop computer.
With Microsoft ActiveSync you can:
• Transfer data
• Back up and restore PA970 data
• Add programs to and remove programs from the PA970
This chapter will introduce Microsoft ActiveSync version 3.5. ActiveSync provides a user-friendly
interface, and it can be downloaded free of charge from Microsoft’s Web site.
Installing Microsoft ActiveSync
Before beginning installation, carefully read the following:
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Because you will be restarting your computer during installation, save your work and quit all
programs before you begin.
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To set up your communication settings, a PA970 serial cable is required to connect the PA970 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.
Installation
Follow the installation procedure below to install Microsoft ActiveSync, connect your PA970 to your
desktop computer, and establish a partnership for synchronization (if desired):
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Download the executable program “msasync.exe”
from the Microsoft web site at:
http://www.microsoft.com/mobile/pocketpc/
downloads/activesync35.asp.
Execute this program.
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Select the folder into which Microsoft ActiveSync
will be installed. If you choose to download into a
folder other than the displayed default folder, click
the Change button.
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After you’ve selected the appropriate folder, click
Next to set up Microsoft ActiveSync. After you’ve
installed Microsoft ActiveSync and restarted your
computer, you’ll see the following screen:
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Plug the PA970 into a RS232 or USB communication port on your desktop computer with the
PA970’s communication cable (see page 18).
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Turn the PA970 on. Click the Next button.
•
Microsoft ActiveSync should recognize your PA970 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. For more information, see “Change Communications Settings” later in this chapter.
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When the PA970 is initially connected to a host PC,
the following screen appears prompting you to set
up a “Partnership”. Setting up a Partnership is
required if your PA970 is to be synchronized with
other computers and/or terminals.
Otherwise select No.
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Now select synchronization settings. Currently the
PA970 can support “Synchronized Files”
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Different PA970s 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 PA970 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.
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Click the Next button and follow the instructions to set up a partnership between the PA970 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 screen to the right:
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 an almost unlimited number of PA970s.
However, a single PA970 can create a partnership with up to two desktop computers.
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Using the Mobile Devices Window
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Start Microsoft ActiveSync by clicking the Microsoft
ActiveSync shortcut on your desktop and then
clicking the Explore icon.
Mobile Devices Features
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Select your PA970 to use Microsoft ActiveSync
features such as changing synchronization options,
as described in the Synchronization section
(starting page 24).
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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
PA970, to copy and move files between the PA970
and your desktop computer, as described in the
“Synchronization” section (starting page 24).
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Changing Communications Settings
If Microsoft ActiveSync fails to detect the PA970 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 PA970. Make
sure these resources are available for Microsoft ActiveSync to connect to the PA970. Other
programs cannot use them while the PA970 and your desktop computer are connected.
•
Set your baud rate on the PA970 - the desktop computer will match it.
To check communications settings, open the Mobile
Devices folder, and click File / Connection Settings.
The baud rate on the PA970 is set to 57600bps by
default. To adjust the baud rate, 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.
To change the terminal’s default baud rate or to use IrDA to communicate
with the Host PC, follow the steps below to make modifications:
1. Tap Start, Settings, Control Panel, Communications
2. Tap the PC Connection tab
3. Tap the Change Connection button
4. Select the baud rate from the list box
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Synchronization
Synchronizing information between your PA970 and your desktop computer will
insure both computers have current information. First you’ll need to install
Microsoft ActiveSync on your desktop computer.
Synchronization takes place according to the options you chose during Microsoft
ActiveSync setup. If you accept the default (On Connect) synchronization option
in the Microsoft ActiveSync Setup Wizard, you’ll be able to simply connect your
PA970 to your desktop computer, and synchronization will automatically take
place.
If you have not enabled On Connect, start Microsoft ActiveSync in either of the following ways:
•
On your desktop computer, double-click the My Computer icon and then double-click the Mobile
Devices folder.
•
Plug the RS232 cable or USB cable between the PC and the PA970.
•
Execute “Repllog.exe” from the PA970’s Windows directory (if ActiveSync is setup to sync using
the IrDA port on both PC and PA970).
To turn on IrDA:
1. Click on the Control Panel icon on your PA970
2. Click the PC Connection tab
3. Tap the Change Connection button
4. Select IrDA
Synchronization will take place according to options you’ve
chosen. To initiate synchronization manually, click Tools,
and Synchronize Now.
Synchronization may take a few minutes, as each item to be
synchronized needs to be processed. A message will be
displayed indicating synchronization is taking place.
After synchronization, the status message in the status bar
of the Mobile Devices windows will be displayed. Status
can be checked at any time. Click the Tools menu, and
click ActiveSync Status to display the ActiveSync Status
window.
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What Gets Synchronized
The following sections provide an overview of how various types of information are synchronized.
For details on synchronizing specific items, refer to Microsoft ActiveSync Help.
Files
All files created on the PA970 are stored in the My Document / PA970 My Documents folder
(assuming the assigned Device Name is PA970). View those files by double-clicking the short-cut
PA970 My Documents icon on your desktop computer.
If you have enabled file synchronization, your PA970 files are automatically synchronized on your
desktop computer file folder WinCE_PC My Documents - unless a different name was chosen for
the PA970. This folder can be found in one of following locations:
•
Windows 95 / 98 / 2000 / XP: C:\Documents and Settings\ < user name> \ My Documents \
WindowsCE My Documents \.
•
Windows NT: C:\ WINNT\ Profiles \ your user-name \ Personal \ WinCE_PC My Documents.
During synchronization, files are copied back and forth between the PA970 and the desktop computer.
Changing Synchronization Options
Synchronization options can be modified, including
when you synchronize and what gets synchronized.
In the Mobile Device window, click Tools, and then
Sync Options.
For each type of information, the synchronization
process can be hastened by limiting the amount of data
to be synchronized. To do this, select a service and
click the Settings button.
Inbox, Tasks, and
Channels not supported
Note: The PA970 only supports File synchronization. Inbox, Channels, and Tasks are not supported.
After enabling a service, you must close and reopen the ActiveSync Options dialog box
before the Option button is available for that service.
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Installing and Removing Software
Any program created for your PA970 can be installed as long as there is sufficient memory or
storage space.
First install the software on your desktop computer and then connect the PA970 to your desktop
computer. Some software programs provide their own setup instructions. Most software programs
use Application Manager to install and remove software on the PA970. In the Mobile Device window, click Tools, and then click Application Manager.
•
Application Manager detects the software that is available but not yet installed on the PA970.
•
System software and programs added to the PA970 at
the factory are stored in FlashROM. This software
cannot be deleted or modified, and you’ll never accidentally lose FlashROM contents.
•
Software programs and data files added to your PA970
after factory installation can be stored temporarily in
RAM or more permanently in Flash Memory.
InBox
Following is an overview of InBox. Step-by-Step information on how to use this program can be
found in the Help function on the PA970. To view Help, tap Start, and then Help.
Sending and Receiving E-Mail with InBox
Use InBox to send and receive e-mail messages using any of these methods:
•
Send and receive messages using a dial-up connection to a service provider or your corporate
network.
•
Send and receive messages using a wireless network card to a local area network (LAN).
Note: You can send and receive messages with Inbox, but this function cannot be synchronized
with Outlook.
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Sending Mail Remotely
In addition to exchanging mail messages with your desktop computer, you can send and receive
mail from a remote mail server by setting up an e-mail account with a service provider.
Note: If you’re setting up an Internet mail account with an ISP (Internet Service Provider), the ISP
must use a POP3 mail server and an SMTP mail gateway.
For dial-up connections, you’ll require an internal PCMCIA type modem card or external modem for
the PA970. You’ll also need to set up the remote connection on the PA970 using the Connections
program.
For wireless connections, you’ll require an RF card for the PA970. You’ll also need to set up the
remote connection on the PA970 via the Network setting.
Setting Up Remote Mail
Multiple mail services can be utilized to obtain
mail. For each mail service you will access, first
set up and name each mail service. If using the
same service to connect to different mailboxes,
set up and name each mailbox connection.
In the InBox on the PA970, tap Compose, Options,
the Services tab, and then the Add button.
A setup wizard will walk you through the steps.
The software for creating an Internet Mail connection to an ISP is pre-installed on the PA970.
Work Remotely
Mail received via dial-up connection appears in the InBox folder on the PA970, together with the
mail you synchronize with your desktop computer. Messages received remotely are linked to your
mail server rather than to your desktop computer.
You can work online, which means that you read and respond to messages while connected to the
server. Messages are sent as soon as you tap Send, which saves space on your device.
You can also work offline. Once you’ve downloaded new message headers or partial messages,
you can disconnect from the server and then decide which message to download completely. The
next time you connect, InBox automatically downloads the complete messages you’ve marked for
retrieval and sends the messages you’ve composed.
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Receiving Messages
Messages received by synchronizing with your desktop computer and through remote connections
appear together in your InBox. Double-tap a message to read it.
When you connect to your Internet mail service, the InBox downloads only
the first 100 lines of each new message to the InBox folder by default. No
mail attachments are downloaded. When you synchronize with your
desktop computer, only the first 50 lines of each new message remains on
the mail server or your desktop computer.
You can mark the messages that you want to retrieve in their entirety the
next time you synchronize or connect to your mail service. Select the
message, tap Service, and then tap Retrieve Full Copy. The icons in the
InBox messages list give you a visual indication of the message status.
Specify your downloading preferences when setting up the service or
selecting your synchronization options. You can change them at any time.
•
To change InBox delivery options for mail synchronization: in the Mobile Devices window
on your desktop computer select your WinCE icon, click Tools, and then click ActiveSync Options. Select Message and then click Options. (For the Options button to be available, you must
have previously enabled message synchronization.)
•
To change InBox delivery options for remote mail: in InBox on your PA970, tap Service and
then tap the service name. Then tap Service again and tap Properties.
You’ll need to download a full message before you can view its attachments.
Sending Messages
To compose a new message, tap the New Message button on the command bar. Enter an e-mail
address in the To field or select a name from the Address Book. All e-mail addresses entered in the
e-mail fields in Contacts appear in the Address Book.
To send your message, tap File and Send. Messages are placed in your OutBox folder on the
PA970 and will be delivered to their destination in one of two ways:
•
They are transferred to the OutBox folder in Exchange or Outlook on your desktop computer the
next time you synchronize.
•
They are transmitted to your mail server the next time you connect remotely. In InBox, make
sure the appropriate service is selected on the Service menu. Then tap Connect.
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Wireless Communication
Your PA970 is equipped with Bluetooth, 802.11b, and GPRS modules for wireless communication.
Bluetooth Setup
Select the BTPowerON program from Wireless Connection on your
PA970’s Startup Bar.
Select BTPowerON and tap OK.
Bluetooth ActiveSync
Select BTActiveSync from Communication on Startup bar.
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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 syncronize and tap OK.
Tap the Bluetooth icon on the task bar again. Click Sync.
“Connecting to Bluetooth” will appear on your screen.
Select My Bluetooth Places from the popup box.
Select Bluetooth Setup Wizard.
In the resulting popup box select “I know the service that I want to use...”
(or any similar phrasing).
Select (from somewhere) BT Serial Port. Click Next.
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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 will be the same code you enter on your PA970
when prompted.
When prompted by your PA970, enter the same code that you’d entered on your PC. Once this is
successfully entered, your synchronization is complete.
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Power on 802.11b
Select RFPowerON and tap OK.
Select RF LAN Card Power ON and tap OK.
Select AP in the Wireless Information program.
Set Wireless properties.
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Power on GPRS
Note: Power off the terminal before installing the SIM card.
Install the SIM card before you power on the GPRS.
After removing the battery cover and battery pack you will find the SIM card slot located
inside the terminal beside the built-in Wireless.
Select DialUpGPRS from the GPRS folder of Program files.
Select GPRS @ 115200 and tap OK.
When connected, tap Hide.
Note: It might take up to several minutes to get a GPRS connection depending on the local GPRS
system.
The APN Default is “Internet”.
If your network provider does not use “Internet”
as APN, please select the APN setting from the
GPRS program files on the Startup bar to set
APN.
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Obtaining an IP Address via DHCP Server
Please check with your MIS department to determine whether a DHCP server is available in your
LAN environment. If available, tap the radio button Obtain an IP address via DHCP, and then tap
the OK button.
Specifying an IP Address
If there is no DHCP server in your LAN environment, specify the individual IP address on each
PA970 with the following steps:
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Tap the radio button Specify IP Address
•
Input the proper IP address, Subnet Mask, and
Default Gateway
•
Tap the Name Servers tab, and then input the
proper Primary DNS, Secondary DNS, Primary
WINS, and Secondary WINS
To avoid conflict with your LAN environment, please consult with your MIS department for the
correct TCP/IP setting.
To change the above settings, please perform the
following steps:
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Tap Start, Control Panel
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Double tap the Network icon
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Select the proper RF card driver and then tap
the Properties button
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How to Set SSID
Lucent WaveLAN (Agere Orinoco)
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Tap Start, Control Panel
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Double-click the WaveLAN icon
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Under the Basic tab, after WaveLAN Network Name, enter SSID.
Tap OK
Cisco
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Tap Start. Run, Browse
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Select the Windows directory
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Select Aironet Client Utility.exe, Click OK,
Click OK again
•
Select SSID, Click OK
Cisco 350 Site Survey Tool:
The Unitech PA970 includes the Cisco 350 Site Survey Tool pre-loaded.
To access the Site Survey Tool:
1. Open My Computer (or use File Explorer)
2. Open the Cisco file folder
3. Open Site Survey Tool
For more information on the Site Survey Tool, refer to the Cisco CE Manual.
Or, go to: http://www.cisco.com/univercd/cc/td/doc/product/wireless/airo_350/350cards/win_ce/hig/
ce_appe.htm.
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Chapter 5.
Bar Code Input Program
Scan2Key
The Scan2Key application can route input from
a scanner port to keypad buffer, so that all input
from the scanner will be treated as if they were
input from the keypad.
With this router, scanned data can be directly
input into applications like MS Pocket Word,
Excel, etc.
Scanner Setting
When it is necessary for the user to change the default barcode symbology for a different application, Scanner Control Panel provides the ability to change default symbology, place delimiter characters behind scanned data, and save the settings.
Run this program from \ Windows \ Scanner Setting.exe and Scanner Control Panel will be displayed.
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Bar Code Symbologies:
Set customization symbologies for each symbology including:
Enable
Disable
Send
Check
D i gi t
Max./Min
Length
C ode 39
Yes
Yes
Yes
Full ASCII
Send Start/Stop Character
I 2 of 5
Yes
Yes
Yes
Send Start/Stop Character
Fix Length
S25/Toshiba
Yes
Yes
Yes
Fix Length
C ode 32
Yes
Send Leading Code
Send Trailing Code
Telpen
Yes
Character Set
E A N 128
Yes
C ode 128
Yes
MSI/Plessy
Yes
C ode 93
Yes
Code 11
Yes
Yes
Yes
One/Two Check Digit
C odaB ar
Yes
Yes
Yes
Send Start/Stop Character
CLSI Format On
Label C ode
Yes
Yes
UPC-A
Yes
Yes
Yes
UPC-E
Yes
Yes
Yes
Zero Expansion On
Enable NSC
E A N 13
Yes
Yes
Yes
Enable Bookland
EAN 8
Yes
Yes
Yes
Delta Code
Yes
Yes
Symbology
Supplement
Send
Leading
D i gi t
Other
Yes
Yes
Yes
Check Digit Module
Yes
Calculate Check Digit
Supplement 2
Supplement 5
Space Separator Inserted
If Present, Transmit / Presence Required
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Appendix A: Technical Specifications
CPU / Memory
CPU
Flash ROM
SDRAM
Intel StrongARM 206MHz 32 CPU
Built-in real-time clock
32MB for OS and application programs
64MB Built-in (Flash Memory Manager included)
64MB
Input / Output
Input Devices
Keypad
Audio Output
Display
LED Indicator
Touch screen, stylus, keypad, full alphanumeric software
keyboard, mag stripe reader, and bar code scanner
19 physical keys with backlight including cursor key, numeric keypad,
alpha keypad,TAB, ESC, FUNC, brightness and contrast controls
A piezoelectric buzzer with software controlled volume
240 x 320 pixels portrait type, 65535 Color LCDwith touch screen
and Electroluminescent backlight
Contrast adjustable by software hotkey
Dual colors (green/red) for barcode good read indication
Scan Engine
Light Source
Scan Rate
39+Scans/Second
Scan Angle
+53° from vertical
Minimum Print Contrast
Power Consumption
Depth of Field
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Visible Laser Dicode(VLD) 650nm
25% absolute dark/light reflectance at 650nm
65mA typical @ 5V
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Laser Depth of Field
Width ofF ield inI nches/ Centimeters
25.0 in./ 63.5 cm
20.0 in./ 50.8 cm
15.0 in./ 38.1 cm
10.0 in./ 25.4 cm
5.0 in./ 12.7 cm
0 in./ 0 cm
5.0 in./ 12.7 cm
Laser
10.0 in./ 25.4 cm
5 mil
15.0 in./ 38.1 cm
7.3 mil
10 mil
20.0 in./ 50.8 cm
100% UPC
25.0 in./ 63.5 cm
20 mil
40 mil
55 mil
0 in.
0 cm
5 in.
12.7 cm
10 in.
25.4 cm
15 in.
38.1 cm
20 in.
50.8 cm
25 in.
63.5 cm
30 in.
76.2 cm
Typical Depth ofF ield inI nches/Centimeters
*Minimum distance determined by symbol length and scan angle
Note: Typical performance at 68°F (20° C) on high-quality symbols
Decode Zone
Near
Far
5 mil
2.0 inches (5.1cm)
5.2 inches (13.2cm)
7.5 mil
1.7 inches (4.3cm)
8.0 inches (20.3cm)
10 mil
1.8 inches (4.6cm)
10 inches (25.4cm)
100% UPC
1.9 inches (4.8cm)
13 inches (33cm)
20 mil
*
20 inches (50.8cm)
40 mil
*
25 inches (63.5cm)
55 mil
*
30 inches (76.2cm)
* Dependant on symbol width
Interface Port
RS232/USB/Charging
Port
IrDA
Wireless Communication
Power charging and EIA RS232C supports full duplex asynchronous communications and baud rate up to 115.2K bps
Compliant to IrDA 1.2 (SIR)
Baud rate up to 115.2K bps
Via built-in Bluetooth, 802.11b, or GPRS
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Power
Power Options
Power Consumption
Lithium-Ion @7.4V, 1800mAH Main Battery Pack
(Battery pack can be recharged 500 cycles or more)
External AC/DC adapter @12VDC/2A with regulator
Standby mode: 100mA
Suspend mode: 5mA
Battery Charge
3 hours with external AC/DC adapter
3 hours with docking station
Backup Battery
1 rechargeable1.2V, 600mAH Ni-MH battery cell for data backup
Power Management
Power consumption indicated on status bar
Bar Code
Symbologies
Codabar
Code 11
Code 32
Code 39
Code 39 Full ASCII
Code 93
Code 128
Delta Code
EAN-8, 13
EAN128
Interleaved 2 of 5
Label Code
MSI/Plessy
Standard 2 of 5
Toshiba
Telpen
Toshiba
UPC-A, E
OS and Software Programming Tools
OS
Development Language
Microsoft Windows CE.NET 4.2 Professional Plus
Microsoft Embedded Visual Tool for VB and VC programming
Mechanical / Environmental
Dimensions
Weight
IP Rating
Temperature
Length: 7.28” (18.5cm)
Width:
3.49” (8.76cm)
Depth:
1.70” (4.33cm)
15.59 oz. (442g) with battery pack
IP54
Operation: 23°F to 122°F (-5°C to 50°C)
Storage:
Humidity
Shock
40
-4°F to 140°F (-20°C to 60°C)
5% to 95% RH non-condensing
Multiple 4.0’ (1.2m) drops to concrete
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Docking Station
Interface
Power Input
1 EIA RS232C IDC type connector via PC/computer, 1 USB port
16 pin connector for charging and communication with host computer
AC/DC adapter @ 12 VDC/2A with regulator
Quick charging typically takes 3 hours
Pin Assignment for Charge / Communication Port
Pin
Assignment
Description
1
DCD
Data Carrier Detect
2
RXD
Receive Data
3
TXD
Send Data
4
DTR
Data Transmit Ready
5
SG
Signal Ground
6
DSR
Data Set Ready
7
RTS
Request to Send
8
CTS
Clear to Send
9
RI
Ring Indicator
10
USB 5VDC
USB 5VDC
11
12VDC
12VDC Input
12
NC
13
NC
14
GDN
Ground
15
UDC
USB Differential Data Signal High Side
16
/UDC
USB Differential Data Signal Low Side
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Appendix B: Troubleshooting Guide
Problem
Solution
Terminal does not power on
Battery needs recharging or replacement
Insure that the battery is installed correctly
Terminal turns itself off
Adjust “Power Properties”
Battery needs recharging
Battery life is short
Adjust “Power Properties” - especially if peripherals are used
Adjust backlight of LCD or Keypad
Replace battery pack if old (battery can be recharged approximately 500 cycles)
“Low Backup Battery” message
Charge terminal for 16 hours
Screen is blank
Make sure the terminal is powered on
Adjust screen brightness
Terminal either does not
respond, or responds inaccurately to touch screen input.
Calibrate touch screen
Perform a warm boot - WARNING - Unsaved data will be lost
Perform a cold boot - WARNING - Terminal will be reset to
factory default settings and data will be lost
Cannot read bar code
Make sure scanning application is loaded and operational
Clean scanner window
Run “Scanner Setting” program to modify barcode read setting
Bar code might be distorted and should be replaced
Battery needs recharging or replacement
Terminal will not shut off
If terminal is processing data, attach charging cable to insure
the battery isn’t depleted
If terminal is connected to AC power, disconnect
Perform a warm boot - WARNING - Unsaved data will be lost
Perform a cold boot - WARNING - Terminal will be reset to
factory default settings and data will be lost
Terminal cannot communicate
with host PC
Check settings on terminal (see page 27)
Check settings on PC (see page 25)
Make sure cable is tightly connected
Try another cable
Check to see if it works on another PC
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FCC Statement
This is a FCC Part 15 Class B product. In a domestic environment this product may cause radio
interference, in which case the user may be required to take adequate measures.
Canadian Compliance Statement
This Class B Digital apparatus meets all requirements of the Canadian Interferance-Causing Equipment Regulations.
Cet appareil numerique de la classe B respecte les exigences du Reglement sur le material broilleur
du Canada.
The device is certified to the requirements of RSS-139-1 for 2.4 GHz spread spectrum devices.
European Conformity Statement
Declaration of Conformity with Regard to the R&TTE 1999/5/EC and EMC 89/336/EEC directives.
Laser Information
The Unitech PA970 is certified in the U.S. to conform to the requirements of DHHS/CDRH 21CFR
Subchapter J and to the requirements of IEC 825-1. Class II and Class 2 products are not considered to be hazardous. The PA970 contains internally a Visible Laser Diode (VLD) whose emissions
do not exceed the maximum limits as set forth in the above regulations. The scanner is designed so
that there is no human access to harmful laser light during normal operation, user maintenance or
during prescribed service operations.
CAUTION - Use of controls or adjustments or performance of procedures other than those specified
herein may result in hazardous laser light. Use of optical instruments with the scanner will increase
eye hazard. Optical instruments include binolulars, microscopes, and magnifying glasses. This
does not include eye glasses worn by the user.
The laser safety warning label required by the DHHS/IEC for the PA970 series’ optional laser scanner module is located on the memory compartment cover, on the back of the unit.
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