THE POWER ADAPTER CABLE
Datalogic Memor™ Power
Adapter Cable
Powering the dock/ Memor in your vehicle.
B
The Datalogic Memor™ Power Adapter Cable allows
powering the Datalogic Memor™ mobile computer (either
directly or through the Powered Vehicle Dock).
Figure 2b
THE PACKAGE
A)
The Power Adapter Cable package includes the following
items:
When the Power Adapter Cable is powered, the green
LED lights up.
B
1.
Plug in the supplied Power Adapter Cable into your
vehicle’s cigarette lighter or 12V or 24V power
source;
2.
insert the Power Adapter Cable output connector:
A
Figure 2a
A
POWERING THE MEMOR™ POWERED
VEHICLE DOCK
Green LED
B)
a)
in the power port at the right bottom of the
dock (see figure 3a). When the dock is
powered, the green LED lights up;
b)
in the port at the bottom of the mobile
computer (see figure 3b).
Fuse (2.5A 250V)
The Power Adapter Cable fuse can be easily replaced by
unscrewing the ring nut and removing the cap (see Figure
2a).
Figure 3a
C
Figure 3b
Make sure your vehicle’s output voltage is
between 10V to 32V, and is capable of
supporting a 2000mA current drain. If you
have any concerns regarding this, refer to
CAUTION your vehicle owner’s manual.
When the Power Adapter Cable is connected
to the Memor, it is recommended not to lift
the mobile computer by the Power Adapter
CAUTION Cable.
Figure 1
A)
B)
C)
Power Adapter Cable
CLA Battery Female Adapter
Fuse Holder
852000491 (Rev. A)
Powering the dock/ Memor using the Battery Female
Adapter
2.
Plug in the cigarette lighter adapter into the Battery
Female Adapter:
For connection to the vehicle power source through the
Battery Female Adapter, it is necessary to prepare the
power cable termination to connect the dock to the
vehicle power source.
− Red wire: connect to a V+ (10 to 32 Vdc) vehicle
power source;
− Black wire: connect to the vehicle ground wire or
chassis ground.
In this case, it is mandatory to use the slow-blow 8A 250V
(with holder) supplied.
Figure 6
1.
Verify that the fuse is contained within the holder,
then splice it to the end of the red wire of the cable.
Make the distance between fuse holder and power
connection point as short as possible and apply a
caution label on the fuse holder.
3.
Insert the Power Adapter Cable output connector in
the dock/Memor power port (see the previous
section).
Once the power cable termination has been
completed, it is possible to connect the dock to the
vehicle power.
To avoid battery waste, it is recommended to
connect the dock to a power connection point
switched by the ignition key.
NOTE
When connecting the Battery Female Adapter
cable to the power connection point, ensure
that it does not pass by sharp or very hot
CAUTION surfaces.
Figure 4
Red Wire
Battery Charging
The Power Adapter Cable provides battery charging for
the Datalogic Memor™ when powered.
Figure 5
TECHNICAL FEATURES
Datalogic Memor™ Power Adapter Cable
Electrical Features
Power Supply
from 10 to 32 VDC
Consumption (with Max. 1.15 A
mobile computer)
Max. 38 mA
Quiescent
Consumption (CLA
+ Dock no load)
Max. 32 mA
Quiescent
Consumption (CLA
only no load)
Indicators
Power on LED (green)
Charge Time
Li-Ion Battery: max. 4 hours
Environmental Features
Working
0° to +50 °C / +32° to +140 °F
Temperature*
Storage
-20° to +70 °C / -4° to +158 °F
Temperature
Humidity
90% non condensing
Sinusoidal
14 mm @ 2 to 10Hz; 1.5 mm @ 13
Vibration
to 55 Hz;
2 gn @ 70 to 200 Hz; 2 hours on
Resistance
each axis
EN 60068-2-6
Random Vibration Frequency Range 5-1000 Hz;
acceleration RMS: 3.1 g; initial
Resistance
slope: 26 dB/octave 5-10 Hz,
EN 60068-2-64
final slope: -3 dB/octave 10-1000
Hz; 1 hour on each axis
Bump Resistance 25 G; 6 ms; 500 up & 500 down
EN 60068-2-29
bumps on each axis
Shock Resistance 30 G; 11ms; 3 shocks on each axis
EN 60068-2-27
Mechanical Features
Weight (CLA +
180 g / 7.2 oz
Adapter)
*
The Datalogic Memor™ will charge its installed
battery when power is applied to the Power
Adapter Cable.
NOTE
Battery must be charged at a temperature ranging from 0°
to +40 °C.
For the GSM models the maximum recommended
temperature is +35°C. At higher values the charging may
slow down.
Close to the limits of the working temperature, some
display and/or battery performance degradation may occur.