Sharp PC-A290 User manual

ATEX Zone 2 and 22
UL Class I, II, III Division 2
Mobile Computing
User Manual
Mobile Computer MC 95xxex-NI,
Document No. B1-A290-7D0001
Type B7-A29.-..../........
Issue: 10. March 2011/Rev. 1
User Manual
Mobile Computer MC 95xxex-NI
Type B7-A29.-…./…….
ATEX Zone 2 and Zone 22
UL Class I, II, III Division 2
Document No. B1-A290-7D0001
Issue: 10. March 2011 / Rev. 1
Technical subject to change!
Contents
Page
English
1 - 57
Appendix
Declaration of Conformity
Certificate of Compliance
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Mobile Computer MC 95xxex-NI
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General
Notes on this manual
The user manual is a constituent part of the product and must be kept in the direct vicinity
of the device and accessible at all times to installation, operating and maintenance
personnel.
It contains important notes, safety instructions and test certificates which are necessary
for perfect functioning when the devices are being operated and handled. It is written for
technically qualified personnel.
Read carefully
before putting
the devices into
operation.
Familiarity with and the technically perfect implementation of the safety instructions and
warnings described in this manual are preconditions for safe installation and
commissioning. The safety notes and warnings given in this documentation are given in a
general way and only qualified personnel will have the necessary specialised know-how to
interpret and implement them correctly in specific cases.
Qualifications of the personnel working with the devices
The user manual is written for all people who carry out assembly, installation,
commissioning and service work on the product, whereby the directives and standards
99/92/EC, EN 60079-17, EN 60079-19 for the gas area and EN 61241-17 and
EN 61241-19 for the dust area must be observed.
Changes to the document
BARTEC reserves the right to alter the contents of this document without notice. No
guarantee is given for the correctness of the information.
In the event of a legal dispute, the “General Terms and Conditions” of the BARTEC group
shall apply in addition.
The respective up-to-date versions of data sheets, manuals, certificates, EC Declaration
of Conformity may be downloaded from the “Ex Visualisation and Communication
Systems” product page at www.bartec-group.com or ordered directly from BARTEC
GmbH.
Handling the Product
The documents are currently available in English.
The product described in this manual has been tested and left the factory in perfect
condition as regards meeting safety requirements.
To maintain this condition and ensure that this product operates perfectly and safely, it
may be used only in the manner described by the manufacturer. Appropriate
transportation, suitable storage and careful operation are also essential for the perfect and
safe operation of this product.
Technical data subject to change without notice.
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General
Use for the Intended Purpose
The versions, components, screens and windows illustrated in this User Manual are
examples only and can deviate from the actual display.
The information treated in this User Manual relates to the explosion protected version of
the MC 95xxex-NI Series.
Note
This User Manual contains all important information concerning explosion protection. In
addition, the original user manuals and product information from Motorola are also
available and these contain information about handling and commissioning. In the event
of information overlap, the information in this User Manual is valid and replaces the
Motorola information.
Documentation Set
BARTEC
−
User manual for the MC 95xxex-NI mobile computer series
(part no. B1-A290-7D0001). This user manual describes the use of the explosion
protected version of the MC 95xxex-NI mobile computer series.
−
Technical data sheet for the explosion protected version of the MC 95xxex-NI mobile
computer series - This Technical Data Sheet describes the most important ex
technical and general technical data.
−
The current version of this user manual is available upon enquiry.
Motorola
The documentation set for the MC9500-K provides information corresponding with the
respective user requirements and comprises:
−
MC9500-K Brief Overview (Part no. 72-118504-xx.)
This user manual describes the commissioning of the mobile computer MC9500-K.
−
MC95XX Series Windows Mobile® 6.1 Regulatory Guide (Part no. 72-118502-xx)
−
Mobility Services Platform User Guide (Part no. 72E-100158-xx)
−
Wireless Fusion Enterprise Mobility Suite User Guide for Version 3.00
(Part no. 72E-122495-xx)
−
User manual for the MC9500-K mobile computer series - This user manual
describes the use of the MC9500-K mobile computer series.
−
User manual for integration of the MC9500-K mobile computer series
(Part no. 72E-118503-xx). This user manual describes the setup of the MC9500-K
mobile computer, including accessories.
−
Microsoft® Applications for Windows Mobile® 6 User Guide
(Part no. 72E-108299-xx). This user guide describes the use of Microsoft
applications.
−
Enterprise Mobility Application Guide (Part no. 72E-68901-xx)
This user guide describes the use of example applications developed with Enterprise
Mobility.
Technical data subject to change without notice.
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General
−
EMDK Help file (Enterprise Mobility Developer Kit) - This Help file comprises API
information about writing applications, available under:
http://www.motorola.com/enterprisemobility/support
-
Latest Active Sync-Software, available under: http://www.microsoft.com.
-
The current version of the Motorola documentation is available under:
http://www.motorola.com/enterprisemobility/manuals
For Software Installation and Adjustment Possibilities refer to the Symbol/Motorola
manual:
www.motorola.com/Business/US-EN/Enterprise+Mobility
under: - Support - Get Product Manuals - Product Manuals - Mobile Computers - MC95xx
Safety Instructions
Safety instructions and warnings are specially highlighted in this manual and marked by
symbols.
The safety instructions and warnings are assigned to the individual work steps. Careful
handling and consistent observation of the instructions will prevent accidents, personal
injuries and damage to property.
Read carefully
before putting the
devices into
operation.
The adherence to all directions and safety instructions in this manual is a precondition for
safe working and the correct handling of the device.
The graphic representations in these instructions serve to show the information being
described and are not necessarily true to scale and they may deviate slightly from the
actual construction of the device.
Marking
Particularly important points in these instructions are marked with a symbol:
Danger!
Caution!
Attention!
Note
Non-observance leads to death or serious physical injury.
The necessary safety measures must be taken.
Warning of damage to property and financial and penal disadvantages
(e.g. loss of guarantee rights, liability etc.).
Important instructions and information on preventing disadvantageous behaviour
Important instructions and information on effective, economical
and environmentally compatible handling.
Technical data subject to change without notice.
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General
Configurations
This user manual refers to the following configurations:
WLAN: 802.11 a/b/g
GPS:
SiRF III
MC9596ex
-NI
WPAN: BluetoothVersion 2.1
with EDR
WWAN: HSDPA
GPS:
SiRF III
WLAN: 802.11a/b/g
MC9598ex
-NI
3.7"-VGA Colour display
WLAN: 802.11 a/b/g
256 MB RAM/1 GB Flash memory
MC9590ex
-NI
1D Laser
scanner
WPAN: BluetoothVersion 2.1
with EDR
1D /2D
Imager
1D Laser
scanner and
camera or
WPAN: BluetoothVersion 2.1
with EDR
WWAN: EvDO Rev. A
GPS:
SiRF III
1D /2D
Imager and
camera
OS
Keypad
Keypads: See below
Memory
Windows Mobile® 6.5
Classic
Display
Windows Mobile® 6.5
Professional
Wireless
Data
acquisition
option
Windows Mobile® 6.5
Professional
Configuration
Keypad
The following keypads are available:
−
Alpha Primary
−
Telephony Numeric
−
Calculator Numeric
−
Alpha Numeric
You can find specific information about the keypads under Technical Data or in the
Motorola documentation.
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Contents
1.
Product Description ............................................................................................................. 1
1.1 Definition ..................................................................................................................... 1
1.2 Use ............................................................................................................................. 2
2.
Technical Data...................................................................................................................... 3
2.1 Explosion Protection ATEX Zone 2 and Zone 22 ....................................................... 3
2.2 Explosion Protection UL Division 2 ............................................................................. 3
2.3 Characteristics ............................................................................................................ 3
2.4 Performance Features ................................................................................................ 4
2.5 User Environment ....................................................................................................... 4
2.6 Application Development ............................................................................................ 4
2.7 Voice and Data Transmission Wireless WAN ............................................................. 4
2.8 Voice and Data Transmission Wireless LAN .............................................................. 5
2.9 Voice and Data Transmission Wireless PAN .............................................................. 5
2.10 Options for Data Capture ............................................................................................ 6
2.10.1 Colour Camera ............................................................................................. 6
2.10.2 SE950 1D Standard Range Scan Engine ..................................................... 6
2.10.3 SE4500 1D/2D Imager Engine ..................................................................... 6
2.10.4 Decodable Bar Code Types.......................................................................... 7
2.11 Technical Data Battery ............................................................................................... 9
2.12 Technical Data External Interface ............................................................................... 9
3.
Safety Instructions ............................................................................................................. 10
3.1 Warnings about the Mobile Computers..................................................................... 10
3.2 Warnings for Battery ................................................................................................. 11
3.3 Warnings about Laser Devices ................................................................................. 12
3.3.1 Laser Devices ............................................................................................. 12
3.4 Health and Safety Recommendations ...................................................................... 13
3.4.1 Ergonomic Recommendations.................................................................... 13
3.4.2 Installation in Vehicles ................................................................................ 13
3.5 Electromagnetic Fields ............................................................................................. 15
3.5.1 International ................................................................................................ 15
3.5.2 Portable Devices ........................................................................................ 15
3.5.3 Handheld Devices....................................................................................... 15
3.6 Warnings and Information about Wireless Devices .................................................. 15
3.7 Warnings about the Use of Wireless Devices ........................................................... 18
3.7.1 Safety in Aircraft ......................................................................................... 18
3.7.2 Safety in Hospitals ...................................................................................... 18
3.7.3 Cardiac Pacemakers .................................................................................. 18
3.7.4 Hearing Aids ............................................................................................... 18
3.7.5 Other Medical Instruments.......................................................................... 18
3.8 Bluetooth................................................................................................................... 18
3.8.1 Products with Bluetooth® Wireless Technology ......................................... 18
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4.
Operation ............................................................................................................................ 19
4.1 Getting started .......................................................................................................... 19
4.2 Recommended position for the MC 95xxex-NI........................................................... 19
4.3 Parts of the MC 95xxex-NI ......................................................................................... 20
4.4 Micro SD Card .......................................................................................................... 20
4.4.1 Installing a Micro SD Card .......................................................................... 21
4.4.2 Removing the micro SD card ...................................................................... 22
4.5 SIM Card................................................................................................................... 23
4.5.1 Inserting the SIM card................................................................................. 23
4.5.2 Removing the SIM card .............................................................................. 25
4.6 Battery ...................................................................................................................... 25
4.6.1 How the Battery works ................................................................................ 26
4.6.2 Battery Health ............................................................................................. 26
4.6.3 Battery Status ............................................................................................. 27
4.6.4 Installing the Battery ................................................................................... 27
4.6.5 Replacing a battery ..................................................................................... 27
4.6.6 Powering On the MC 95xxex-NI................................................................... 29
4.6.7 Charging the battery ................................................................................... 29
4.6.8 Installed in an MC 95xxex-NI ....................................................................... 31
4.6.9 In a charging station ................................................................................... 33
4.6.10 Stand-alone ................................................................................................ 34
4.7 Keypad ..................................................................................................................... 35
4.7.1 Replacing Keypad....................................................................................... 35
4.8 Screen Protector ....................................................................................................... 37
4.8.1 Removing the Screen Protector.................................................................. 37
4.9 Connection to the PC................................................................................................ 38
4.9.1 Active Sync ................................................................................................. 38
4.9.2 DEVICE Center or mobile device center..................................................... 38
5.
Commissioning .................................................................................................................. 39
6.
Software Versions.............................................................................................................. 40
6.1 AKU Version ............................................................................................................. 40
6.2 OEM Version ............................................................................................................ 40
6.3 BTExplorer Version................................................................................................... 41
6.4 Fusion Version .......................................................................................................... 41
6.5 Phone Software ........................................................................................................ 41
7.
Trouble shooting................................................................................................................ 42
7.1 Energy Saving Options ............................................................................................. 42
7.1.1 Changing the Power Settings ..................................................................... 42
7.1.2 Changing the Backlight Settings ................................................................. 43
7.1.3 Changing the Keypad Backlight Settings .................................................... 43
7.1.4 Changing the settings for the display backlight........................................... 43
7.1.5 Turning Off the Radios................................................................................ 44
7.2 Resetting the MC 95xxex-NI ...................................................................................... 45
7.2.1 Warm boot .................................................................................................. 45
7.2.2 Cold boot .................................................................................................... 45
7.2.3 Clean Boot .................................................................................................. 45
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8.
Maintenance, Inspection, Repair ...................................................................................... 46
8.1 Servicing ................................................................................................................... 47
8.2 Inspection ................................................................................................................. 47
8.3 Cleaning.................................................................................................................... 48
8.3.1 Required materials...................................................................................... 48
8.3.2 Housing ...................................................................................................... 48
8.3.3 Display ........................................................................................................ 48
8.3.4 Scan window .............................................................................................. 48
8.3.5 Interface connection ................................................................................... 48
8.3.6 Battery contacts .......................................................................................... 49
8.3.7 Cleaning the charging station plug-connectors ........................................... 49
8.3.8 Cleaning interval ......................................................................................... 50
8.4 Information about Repairs ........................................................................................ 50
9.
Accessories ........................................................................................................................ 52
9.1 Accessories for use in hazardous area ..................................................................... 52
9.2 Accessories for use in non hazardous area .............................................................. 53
10.
Order Numbers................................................................................................................... 54
10.1 MC 95xxex-NI without WWAN option......................................................................... 54
10.2 MC 95xxex-NI with GPS option .................................................................................. 54
10.3 MC 95xxex-NI with CDMA option ............................................................................... 55
11.
Disposal .............................................................................................................................. 56
12.
Dispatch and Packaging Instructions .............................................................................. 56
13.
Additional Information ....................................................................................................... 57
13.1 Links ......................................................................................................................... 57
Appendix –
Declaration of Conformity
Certificate of Compliance
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Product Description
1.
Product Description
1.1
Definition
The MC 95xxex-NI is a 3.5G Worldwide Enterprise Digital Assistant (EDA) device and it
has been specially modified by BARTEC for use in the hazardous areas:
−
ATEX Zone 2 and Zone 22 or
−
Class I, II, III Division 2
This means that even in the hazardous area the user can avail of the extensive
communication options that are already standard in other areas.
Its ergonomic design and easy operation make it an ideal support for fast data availability
in enterprise processes. A keyboard is available in different versions for manual data
capture.
The integrated 1D or 1D/2D scan engine for capturing bar codes and optionally a 3megapixels camera is available as another data capture option. The ergonomically
mounted scan triggers on the MC 95xxex-NI allow data to be captured easily in one-hand
operation.
Several technologies are available for data communication with other systems and
company divisions.
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Wireless 3.5G WWAN (WWAN)
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Wireless LAN (WLAN),
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Wireless PAN (WPAN) (Bluetooth)
–
IrDA connection
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Product Description
These modules, which are integrated in the device, allow seamless transmission of voice
and data with easy integration into the company’s network.
Other advantages in its use are the rugged construction, easy-to-read 3.7" VGA colour
display with touch technology and high-performance lithium ion battery.
Fast process execution is ensured by the Intel PXA320@ processor with 806 MHz, which
is integrated in the MC 95xxex-NI, and an easy development of applications is facilitated
by the Microsoft® Windows Mobile® 6.5 operating system in conjunction with the
Enterprise Mobility Developer Kits (EMDK) from Motorola.
256 MB RAM and 1 GB flash drive integrated in the device are available for storing userdefined applications and data. For larger applications and volumes of data, BARTEC
offers SD memory cards.
1.2
Use
The Enterprise Digital Assistant MC 95xxex-NI is a hand-guided piece of electric
equipment. It serves the mobile capture, processing and wireless transmission of data in
hazardous areas.
It is used exclusively in combination with operating devices which satisfy the requirements
for overvoltage category I.
The MC 95xxex-NI, type B7-A29.-…./…….. series has been modified for use in the
hazardous area of:
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ATEX Zone 2 and Zone 22
−
UL Class I Division 2 Groups A, B, C and D
−
UL Class II Division 2, Groups F and G
−
UL Class III
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Non hazardous area
The MC 95xxex-NI may not be used in locations of:
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ATEX Zone 0
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ATEX Zone 1 and Zone 21
−
UL Class I, II Division 1
−
UL Class I, II Division 1
−
UL Class II Division 2, Groups E
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Technical Data
2.
Technical Data
2.1
Explosion Protection ATEX Zone 2 and Zone 22
Type
Ex protection
Ambient temperature
Temperature Code
Certification
2.2
Explosion Protection UL Division 2
Type
Ex protection type
Ambient temperature
Temperature Code
Certification
2.3
B7-A293-…./……..
II 3G Ex ic IIC T6
II 3D tD A22 IP64 T90°C
-20 °C ≤ Ta ≤ +50 °C
T6
B1-A293-7C0001
B7-A292-…./……..
Class I Division 2 Groups A, B, C and D
Class II Division 2 Groups F and G
Class III
-20 °C ≤ Ta ≤ +50 °C
T6
UL File E321557
Characteristics
Dimensions (height x width x depth)
Weight including battery
Display
Touchscreen
Keyboard variants
Audio
Network connections
Interfaces
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approx. 23.36 cm x 8.89 cm x 5.08 cm
approx. 9.2 inch x 3.5 inch x 2.0 inch
approx. 623 g
approx. 22 oz
depending on the version and configuration
Transflective 3.7 inch colour TFT-LCD display
LED backlight, 65K colors, 640 x 480 pixels
Glass analog resistive touchscreen
Alpha Primary, Alpha Numeric,
Calculator Numeric, Telephony Numeric
VoWWAN, VoWLAN, Team Express compliant,
rugged audio connector, high quality
speakerphone, headset (wired or Bluetooth)
and handset and speaker phone modes
High-speed USB client, full-speed USB host,
Ethernet (via cradle), Bluetooth
RS232
USB 2..0 Client / USB 1.1 host
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Technical Data
2.4
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Performance Features
Processor
Memory
Expansion slot
Optional available extension with
Micro SD card
Operating system
2.5
User Environment
Ambient temperature
Ambient temperature when charging
Storage temperature (without battery)
Air humidity
Protection class (EN 60529)
2.6
Marvel PXA320@ processor with 806 MHz
256 MB RAM / 1GB Flash
Micro SD slot / supports up to 16 GB
1 GB Order no. 17-C1Z0-0007
2 GB Order no. 17-C1Z0-0008
Windows Mobile 6.5
-20 °C to +50 °C
-4 °F to 122 °F
0 °C to +40 °C
32 °F to 104 °F
-40 °C to +70 °C
-40 °F to 158 °F
outside the hazardous area
5% to 95% (non-condensing)
IP 64
Application Development
EMDK (Operation Mobility Developer kit) is available on the Motorola Developer
Central Website.
−
Available for
More tools are available from
Motorola for the devices.
e.g.
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C
−
Java
−
.Net
−
Rem Capture for processing registry files.
−
Application Launcher for dividing
applications into categories and access
regulation to the individual applications or
operating system.
−
Data Wedge allows data reading by
applications that do not support any
scanner.
−
App Center is an end-user application
access control engine that restricts activity
to a set of authorized applications on
mobile devices.
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2.7
Technical Data
Voice and Data Transmission Wireless WAN
WWAN radio
2.8
−
GSM
GPRS/HSDPA
(850, 900, 1800, 1900 and 2100 MHz)
−
CDMA
EVDO Rev. A (850 and 1900 MHz)
(Verizon or Spirit)
−
Antenna
Integrated in the device
Voice and Data Transmission Wireless LAN
WLAN (integrated radio module)
Wireless standard
Data rate
Frequency range
(country-dependent)
Radio channels
Safety
Spreading procedure
Voice communication
Antenna
2.9
Tri Mode IEEE 802.11a/b/g
IEEE802.11a:
up to 54 Mbit/sec.
IEEE802.11b:
up to 11 Mbit/sec.
IEEE802.11g:
up to 54 Mbit/sec.
IEEE802.11a:
5 GHz
IEEE802.11b:
2.4 GHz
IEEE802.11g:
2.4 GHz
Channel 1 – 13
(2412 MHz - 2472 MHz)
Channel 14
(2484 MHz) Japan only
TKIP, AES, WPA (Personal Enterprise), WPA2
(Personal or Enterprise), 802.1x, EAP-TLS,
TTLS (CHAP, MS-CHAP, MS-CHAPv2, PAP
or MD5), PEAP (TLS, MSCHAPv2,EAP-GTC),
LEAP, EAP-Fast (TLS, MS-CHAPv2, EAPGTC), CCXv4 certified, support for IPv6,
FIPS140-2 certified
Direct Sequence Spread Spectrum (DSSS) and
Orthogonal Frequency Division Multiplexing
(OFDM)
Voice-over-IP ready (with P2P, PBX, PTT
clients), WI-FiTM certified, IEEE 802.11 a/b/g
Direct Sequence Wireless LAN, WI-FI
Multimedia (WMM), Motorola Voice Quality
manager (VQM)
integrated in the device
Voice and Data Transmission Wireless PAN
Bluetooth
Maximum data rate
Antenna
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Class 2. Version 2.1 with EDR
Up to 2.1 Mbit/s
Integrated in the device
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Technical Data
2.10
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Options for Data Capture
Four possible configurations
2.10.1
Resolution
Roll
Pitch angle
Skew tolerance
Ambient light immunity
Scan rate
Scan angle
Blockbuster 1D/2D Imager engine
−
SE950 1D Standard Range Scan Engine
and camera
−
Blockbuster 1D/2D Imager engine and
camera
3.0 megapixels
User controllable flash
Autofocus
approx. 10 cm to 120 cm
approx. 3.9 inch to 47 inch
4 mil minimum element width
± 35° from the vertical
± 65° from normal
± 50° from normal
107,640 lux
104 (± 12) scans/sec. (bi-directional)
47° ± 3° standard
35° ± 3° reduces
SE4500 1D/2D Imager Engine
Reading range
Resolution
Roll
Pitch angle
Skew tolerance
Ambient light
Aiming element (VLD)
Illumination element (LED)
Field of view
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SE950 1D Standard Range Scan Engine
Reading range
2.10.3
SE950 1D Standard Range Scan Engine
Colour Camera
Resolution
Illumination
Objective
2.10.2
−
approx. 6 cm to 50 cm
approx. 2.3 inch to 19 inch
752 x 480 pixels HxV (grey tone)
360°
± 60° from normal
± 60° from normal
Absolute darkness to 96,900 lux
655 Nm ± 10 Nm
625 Nm ± 5 Nm
Horizontal 40°
Vertical 25°
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2.10.4
Technical Data
Decodable Bar Code Types
Laser Decode Capability MC 95xxex-NI with SE950 1D Standard Range Scan
Engine
1D code
Code 39
Codabar
Interleaved 2 of 5
MSI
UPC/EAN supplementals
Web code
GS1 DataBar Truncated
GS1 DataBar Expanded
Code 128
Code 11
EAN-8
UPCA
Coupon code
Chinese 2 of 5
GS1 DataBar Limited
GS1 DataBar Expanded
Stacked
Code 93
Discrete 2 of 5
EAN-13
UPCE
Trioptic 39
GS1 DataBar
GS1 DataBar Stacked
GS1 DataBar Expanded
Stacked Omni
Imaging Decode Capability MC 95xxex-NI with SE4500 1D/2D Imager Engine
1D Codes
Code 39
Codabar
Interleaved 2 of 5
MSI
UPC/EAN supplementals
Web code
GS1 DataBar Truncated
Code 128
Code 11
EAN-8
UPCA
Coupon code
Chinese 2 of 5
GS1 DataBar Limited
Code 93
Discrete 2 of 5
EAN-13
UPCE
Trioptic 39
GS1 DataBar
GS1 DataBar Stacked
Composite AB
Macro PDF-417
Data Matrix
PDF-417
US Planet
Canadian 4-state
Aztec
Composite C
(Macro) Micro PDF-417
microQR
2D Codes
TLC39
Micro PDF-417
QR Code
Maxi Code
US Postnet
Australian 4-state
USPS 4-state (US4CB)
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UK 4-state
Japanese 4-state
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Technical Data
Mobile Computer MC 95xxex-NI
Type B7-A29.-…………
Camera Decode Capability
1D Codes
Code 39
Codabar
Interleaved 2 of 5
MSI
UPC/EAN supplementals
Web code
GS1 DataBar Truncated
Code 128
Code 11
EAN-8
UPCA
Coupon code
Chinese 2 of 5
GS1 DataBar Limited
Code 93
Discrete 2 of 5
EAN-13
UPCE
Trioptic 39
GS1 DataBar
GS1 DataBar Stacked
Composite AB
Macro PDF-417
Data Matrix
PDF-417
US Planet
Canadian 4-state
Aztec
Composite C
(Macro) Micro PDF-417
microQR
2D Codes
TLC39
Micro PDF-417
QR Code
Maxi Code
US Postnet
Australian 4-state
USPS 4-state (US4CB)
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UK 4-state
Japanese 4-state
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2.11
Technical Data
Technical Data Battery
Battery
–
(rechargeable only in the safe area)
Type B7-A2Z0-0011
–
Lithium ions 3.7 V/4800 mAh
Operating temperature
2.12
0 °C to +40 °C
32 °F to 104 °F
during discharging3
-20 °C to +50 °C
-4 °F to 122 °F
Storage temperature
-20 °C to +50 °C
-4 °F to 122 °F
–
during charging
–
–
Relative air humidity
20 % - 95 % (non-condensing)
Backup battery
Ni-MH battery (rechargeable)
2.4 V/15 mAh, rechargeable
Integrated in the device and
replaceable only in the factory.
Technical Data External Interface
Operating of the 10-pin data interface is only permissible outside the hazardous area
and only with devices specified by the manufacturer!
Caution!
Operating of the headset port is only permissible outside the hazardous area and only
with devices specified by the manufacturer!
Pin Outs Interface Connector
Pin 1
Pin Outs Interface Connector
PIN
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
PIN
1
2
3
4
Descrpition
Power GND
CRADLE_DETECT
5.4 VDC
Reserved
Ground
USB_ID
Reserved
USB_Vbus
USB_D+
USB_D
Descrpition
Mic_Gnd
Ring
Tip
GND
Pin 1
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3.
Safety Instructions
3.1
Warnings about the Mobile Computers
Caution!
Note
The device may not be opened by the user outside the hazardous area either! The user
may not make any alterations to the device. Do not exchange or replace components
and do not retrofit any components on internal plug connectors or slots.
Exception: Micro SD card, SIM card, battery and keypad, screen protector
−
If components other than those specified are used, the protection against
explosions can no longer be assured.
−
Substitution of any components may impair suitability for Class I, II, III Division 2 as
well as for ATEX Zone 2 and Zone 22.
−
To prevent ignition of flammable or combustible atmospheres disconnect power
before servicing!
−
Do not open or charge the device in the hazardous area!
−
Operating of the 10-pin data interface (see chapter 2.12 "Technical Data External
Interface") is only permissible outside the hazardous area and only with devices
specified by the manufacturer!
−
Operating of the headset port is only permissible outside the hazardous area and
only with devices specified by the manufacturer!
−
Protect the device from impact effects! Do not expose the operating equipment to
any caustic/aggressive liquids, vapours or mist! In the event of malfunctioning or
damage to the enclosure, take the equipment out of the potentially explosive
atmosphere immediately, bring it into a safe area and decommission it by removing
the battery!
−
If on account of adverse effects or conditions (e.g. penetration of water, fluids,
exposure to temperatures outside the specified range etc.) there is a danger of not
being able to operate the equipment safely, switch off the equipment instantly and
remove the battery.
−
Avoid the influence of heat that is higher or lower than the specified temperature
range (see chapter 2.5 "User Environment"). Do not place the devices anywhere
near sources of heat, such as for example heaters, air exit openings in airconditioners, or near cookers or other devices (including amplifiers) that radiate
heat.
−
Avoid the effects of moisture.
−
Do not put any objects into the device, into the enclosure or other openings in the
Mobile Computer. Openings in the device may not be blocked, obstructed or
covered.
−
Use of controls or adjustments or performance of procedures other than those
specified herein may result in hazardous radiation exposure.
Caution!
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Equipment that is damaged in any way or that does not function properly must
instantly be removed from the hazardous area and sent in for inspection/repair!
−
Take the device out of the hazardous areas before wiping it with a dry cloth or
cleaning it!
−
General statutory regulations or directives on safety at work; accident prevention
regulations and environmental protection legislation must be complied with, e.g.
Ordinance on industrial health and safety (BetrSichV) or the national ordinances.
−
Ensure safe handling of the equipment during operation by making sure the device
in a steady position and the user has sufficient space to move!
−
When transporting the equipment in vehicles, it must be placed in appropriate
compartments or fittings so that it cans neither fall off during the drive nor be
exposed to extreme vibrations.
−
The rules for hazardous areas (see NEC Article NFPA 70) must be observed. In
particular, appropriate clothing and footwear should be worn in view of the risk of
dangerous electrostatic charges. Do not wear rubber gloves or suchlike during
operation!
Attention!
3.2
Safety Instructions
Warnings for Battery
Caution!
−
The battery may only be charged and changed outside the hazardous area!
−
It must be ensured that only original batteries of the following type/s are used in
safety-oriented operation. B7-A2Z0-0011 with 3.7 V/4800 mAh.
−
The use of imitation batteries or batteries from other manufacturers will render the
type of ignition protection ineffective and there will then be a risk of fire or explosion.
−
Keep away from children.
−
The battery may explode if disposed of in fire.
−
DO NOT short circuit or disassemble battery.
−
The battery may only be used for the purposes stated in the user manual and is
only suitable for use in the MC 95xxex-NI (type B7-A29.-…./……..).
−
If used incorrectly, there is a risk of burning. The battery should not be
disassembled over a temperature higher than +50 °C (122 °F). If the battery is
damaged, battery acid can escape from the cells and cause corrosion. For that
reason, extreme care must be taken in handling and disposing of a damaged or
leaking Li-ion battery.
−
Defective batteries must be disposed of immediately, whereby the battery disposal
regulations that apply to the respective region must be observed.
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Warnings about Laser Devices
−
Laser-equipped devices from Symbol/Motorola conform to Directive 21CFR1040.10
and 1040.11. (with the exception of the deviations listed in Laser Notice no. 50 of
24 June 2007) as well as EN 60825-1:2007 and IEC 60825-1 (Ed. 2)
−
The classification of the laser apparatus is specified on a sign affixed to the device.
−
Class 2 laser devices operate with a visible low-voltage light emitting diode. As with
any bright source of light, for example the sun, the user should avoid looking
directly into the light beam. However, there is no evidence of risks in momentary or
brief exposure to a Class 2 laser.
−
The use of control elements, adaptations or the application of procedures which do
not agree with the instructions described here can lead to a hazardous exposure to
radiation.
Caution!
3.3.1
Laser Devices
Complies with 21CFR1040.10 and 1040.11 except for deviations pursuant to Laser Notice
No. 50, dated June 24, 2007 and EN60825-1:2007 and IEC 60825-1 (Ed.2).
The laser classification is marked on one of the labels on the device.
Caution!
Use of controls, adjustments or performance of procedures other than those specified
herein may result in hazardous laser light exposure.
Class 2 laser scanners use a low power, visible light diode. As with any very bright light
source, such as the sun, the user should avoid staring directly into the light beam.
Momentary exposure to a Class 2 laser is not known to be harmful.
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3.4
Health and Safety Recommendations
Caution!
3.4.1
Use only the accessories, batteries and battery chargers approved by BARTEC. Do not
attempt to charge damp/wet MC 95xxex-NI or batteries. All components must be dry
before they are connected to an external power supply.
Ergonomic Recommendations
Caution!
3.4.2
Safety Instructions
The following recommendations should be observed to avoid or minimise potential
health problems at the workplace. Contact your health and safety officer on site to
ensure that you are familiar with your company’s safety regulations, which serve to
protect employees in the workplace.
−
Avoid unilateral repetitive movements.
−
Posture should be as neutral as possible.
−
Avoid using excessive force.
−
Keep objects that are used frequently within easy functional reach.
−
Perform tasks at heights that suit the person and the type of work
−
Place the objects in positions that will eliminate vibrations
−
Avoid exerting direct pressure
−
Provide adjustable tables and chairs.
−
Ensure sufficient clearance for easy movement
−
Provide a suitable working environment
−
Optimise work procedures
−
Alternate hands as often as possible when doing repetitive tasks.
Installation in Vehicles
RF signals can have a negative impact on electronic systems in vehicles (including safety
systems) if they have not been installed correctly or shielded adequately. If you have any
questions about your vehicle, please get in touch with the manufacturer or with a sales
representative. You can find out from the manufacturer if any additional equipment has
been installed in the vehicle. An airbag inflates with great force. DO NOT PLACE ANY
objects, such as mounted or mobile wireless equipment in the area above the airbag or in
the airbag deployment area. If the wireless equipment in the vehicle was not installed
properly, serious injuries can occur when the airbag is deployed. Position the device
within reach. Make sure you have access to the device without having to take your eyes
off the road.
Note
Connection to an alert device that will cause a horn to sound or a light to flash on
receipt of an incoming call on public roads is not permissible.
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Safety in traffic
Do not make any notes or use the device while driving. Creating a “to do” list or flipping
through the address book while driving interferes with safe driving.
In road traffic you must first and foremost concentrate on your own safety and that of the
other road users. Give your full attention to the road. Check the legal regulations on the
use of wireless devices in road traffic in the respective region. Always observe them. If
you use a wireless device while driving, rely on your common sense and adhere to the
following:
1. Familiarise yourself with the wireless device and its functions, such as speed dial and
redial. These functions may prove to be useful if you wish to make a call without
taking your eyes off the road.
2. Use a hands-free telephone, if possible.
3. Inform the person you are speaking with that you are driving. If necessary, end the
call if there is heavy traffic or bad weather. Rain, sleet, snow, ice and even heavy
traffic can be dangerous.
4. Dial numbers carefully and keep an eye on the traffic. Make your calls when you have
stopped the car or before you set off. Plan your calls so that you can make them
when parked. If it is essential to make a call when driving, dial only part of the
number, check the road again and look in the rear mirror and then dial the rest of the
number.
5. Do not engage in stressful and emotional telephone calls which might take your
attention away from the road. Let the other person know that you are driving a car
and do not get involved in any discussions that might divert your attention from the
road.
6. Use your mobile device to call for help if necessary. Dial emergency services (9-1-1
in the USA and 1-1-2 in Europe) or other local emergency service numbers if there is
a fire, an accident or a medical emergency. These calls are free of charge on the
wireless device! The call can be made independently of security codes or networks
and with or without a SIM card.
7. Use your mobile device to call for help for other people in emergency situations. If
you witness a serious accident, crime or other emergency, call the emergency
service (9-1-1 in the USA and 1-1-2 in Europe) or another local emergency service
number. Remember you yourself might need help the next time.
8. Call the breakdown service or a special mobile radio number for support when
problems occur on the road. If you drive past a car with a breakdown which does not
present any serious risk to traffic, a traffic light that is not functioning, a traffic
accident with minor damage and without injured people, or a possibly stolen car,
report it to the road patrol or another special mobile radio number for assistance.
“The wireless industry reminds you to use your device/phone safely when driving.”
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3.5
Electromagnetic Fields
3.5.1
International
Safety Instructions
The device complies with internationally recognised standards relating to human exposure
to electromagnetic fields from radio devices.
Reducing RF Exposure - Use Properly
Only operate the device in accordance with the supplied instructions.
3.5.2
Portable Devices
This device was tested for typical body-worn operation. Use only BARTEC-tested-andapproved belt clips, holsters, and similar accessories to ensure FCC Compliance. The use
of third-party belt-clips, holsters, and similar accessories may not comply with FCC RF
exposure compliance requirements, and should be avoided.
Note
3.5.3
The MC 95xxex-NI must be switched off before it may be carried on the body.
Handheld Devices
To comply with FCC RF exposure requirements, this device must be operated in the hand
with a minimum separation distance of 20 cm or more from a person's body. Other
operating configurations should be avoided.
3.6
Warnings and Information about Wireless Devices
Note
The use of wireless devices might be forbidden or restricted. This applies above all
when you are aboard aeroplanes, in hospitals, near explosives or in other dangerous
conditions. If you are not sure which regulations apply to the use of the device, ask for
permission before switching it on.
Country-Specific Roaming
This device has the International Roaming Function (IEEE802.11D), which ensures that
the device uses the channels allocated to the respective country.
Ad-hoc Operation
Ad-hoc-operation is restricted to channels 36-48 (5150-5250 MHz). The use of this band
is limited to indoor use only; outdoor use is not permissible.
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FCC requirements to protect against radio-frequency interference
Note: This device was tested and it complies with the limits for a class B digital device
according to part 15 of the FCC rules. These limit values were specified to ensure
adequate protection from interference when the device is used in a residential area. This
device generates and uses radio frequency energy and can radiate it. If the device is not
connected and used in accordance with the operating instructions, it can interfere with
other radio frequencies. It is not possible to guarantee that there will not be any
interference during a particular installation. If the device causes interference with radio or
TV reception, which can be established by switching the devices off and on, the
interference should be eliminated by one or more of the following measures:
−
reorientation or repositioning of the receiving antenna
−
increase in the distance between device and receiver
−
connection of the device to a socket other than that to which the receiver is
connected
−
advice from the dealer or a radio/television technician
Radio communication apparatus (Part 15)
This device satisfies the requirements of part 15 of the FCC rules. The operation of the
device is subject to the following two conditions:
−
the device must not cause harmful interference
−
the device must accept all interference it receives, including interference which may
cause undesired operation.
Requirements for protection from radio-frequency interference – Canada
This class B digital device complies with the guidelines in the Canadian standard ICES003.
Cet appareil numérique de la classe B est conforme à la norme NMB-003 du Canada.
Radio Transmitters
This device complies with RSS 210 (Industry & Science Canada). The operation of the
device is subject to the following two conditions:
–
The device must not cause harmful interference.
–
The device must accept all received interference, including interference that may
cause undesirable operation.
Label marking: “IC:” in front of the wireless certification indicates compliance with Industry
Canada technical specifications.
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Radio Transmitters for RLAN Devices
The use of 5 GHz RLAN’s, for use in Canada, have the following restrictions:
■
■
Restricted Band 5.60 – 5.65 GHz
This device complies with RSS 210 of Industry & Science Canada. Operation is
subject to the following two conditions:
(1)
this device may not cause harmful interference and
(2)
this device must accept any interference received, including interference
that may cause undesired operation.
Label Marking: The Term “IC:” before the radio certification only signifies that industry
Canada technical specifications were met.
Country-specific approvals
Test marks are put on the device to indicate that the wireless modules are approved for
use in the following countries: USA, Canada and Europe.
You will find detailed information on the test marks for other countries in the EC
Declaration of Conformity.
−
Note 1: For 2.4-GHz products: Europe covers Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Cyprus,
Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Great Britain,
Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Ireland, Italy, Latvia, Liechtenstein, Lithuania,
Luxembourg, Malta, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Sweden,
Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain and Switzerland.
European Economic Area
The operation of RLAN devices (2.4 GHz) is subject to the following restrictions in the
European Economic Area (EEA):
−
The 2.4 GHz devices must not exceed a radiating power of 100 mW EIRP in the
frequency range between 2.400 and 2.4835 GHz.
−
Outdoor usage in France is restricted to between 2.4 and 2.454 GHz.
−
In Italy a user licence is required for outdoor use.
The use of Bluetooth® Wireless Technology is subject to the following restrictions in the
European Economic Area (EEA):
−
The 2.4-GHz devices may not exceed a radiated power of 100 mW EIRP and
must adhere to the frequency range between 2.400 and 2.4835 GHz.
−
In France devices used outdoors are restricted to 10mW EIRP.
−
In Italy a user licence is necessary for use outdoors.
Other countries
Mexico
devices must keep to the frequency range between
2.450 and 2.4835 GHz.
Sri Lanka
devices must adhere to the frequency range between
2.400 and 2.430 GHz.
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3.7
Warnings about the Use of Wireless Devices
Observe all warnings which refer to the use of wireless devices.
3.7.1
Safety in Aircraft
Switch off your wireless device whenever you are asked to do so by airport or airline staff. If
your device offers a flight mode or similar function, ask the flight crew about its proper use.
3.7.2
Safety in Hospitals
Wireless devices radiate radio frequencies and can cause interference in electrical
medical devices. If you are in a hospital, clinic or public health service, please turn off
wireless devices if asked to do so. This is to prevent any interference with sensitive
medical equipment.
3.7.3
Cardiac Pacemakers
The manufacturer recommends a minimum distance of 15 cm between a portable
handheld wireless device and a Cardiac Pacemaker to avoid potential interference. This
guideline is in accordance with independent research results and recommendations from
Wireless Technology Research.
3.7.4
−
People with implanted pacemakers
−
People with implanted cardiac pacemakers should keep the switched-on device at a
distance of at least 15 cm away from themselves ALWAYS.
−
If you have a pacemaker, do not put the device into your breast pocket.
−
The device should be held at the ear furthest away from the cardiac pacemaker.
−
If you have reason to suspect interference, SWITCH OFF your device immediately.
Hearing Aids
The wireless device can cause interference with hearing aids. If there is any interference,
contact the hearing aid manufacturer to ask about solutions.
3.7.5
−
If you wear a hearing aid, do not put this device into your breast pocket.
−
The device should be held at the ear furthest away from the cardiac pacemaker.
−
If you have reason to suspect interference, SWITCH OFF your device immediately.
Other Medical Instruments
Consult your doctor or the manufacturer of the medical instrument to establish whether
putting the wireless product into operation might interfere with the medical instrument.
3.8
Bluetooth
3.8.1
Products with Bluetooth® Wireless Technology
This device is a Bluetooth®-approved product
More information can be found at http://www.bluetooth.org/tpg/listings.cfm
Manufacturer: Motorola --- Product: MC95xx
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Operation
Operation
Before assembling the device, make sure you have all the components and documents.
Scope:
1 x MC 95xxex-NI
1 x Lithium-ion battery
1 x Strap assembly
1 x Protective overlay on the display window
1 x Stylus
1 x User manual
1 x Special tool for battery release (only for ATEX zone 2 and zone 22)
Caution!
4.1
The safety and accident prevention regulations relevant to the respective application
must be adhered to. The units must be completely assembled before they may be
operated.
Getting started
Carry out the following steps before first use of the MC 95xxex-NI:
1. Install a micro SD card (optional).
2. Install the SIM card (only MC 9596ex-NI).
3. Insert the battery.
4. Charge the MC 95xxex-NI.
4.2
Recommended position for the MC 95xxex-NI
 The recommended position for the mobile computer when not in use.
 In this position the device cannot be protected against damage.
 The display can be damaged by objects lying on the supporting surface.
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4.3
Parts of the MC 95xxex-NI
Front side
Rear side
4.4
Micro SD Card
The micro SD card may only installed and replaced outside of the hazardous area!
Caution!
Only micro SD cards tested by BARTEC for that purpose may be used in the slot.
The micro SD card slot provides secondary non-volatile storage. The slot is located under
the battery pack. Refer to the documentation provided with the card for more information,
and follow the manufacturer’s recommendations for use.
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Caution!
Operation
Follow proper ESD precautions to avoid damaging the micro SD card. Proper
precautions include, but are not limited to, working on an ESD mat and ensuring that the
operator is property grounded.
BARTEC recommend to use following tested micro SD cards:
4.4.1
−
1 GB Order no. 17-C1Z0-0007 or
−
2 GB Order no. 17-C1Z0-0008
Installing a Micro SD Card
To install the micro SD card:
(1)
If the MC 95xxex-NI is in standby mode, press the red Power button to activate the
device.
(2)
Press the red Power button to suspend the MC 95xxex-NI.
(3)
Wait for red decode LED to turn on and then turn off.
(4)
Unhook the handstrap.
(5)
Remove the battery.
(6)
Remove the SD card cover using the end of the stylus.
Figure 4-1: SD Card Cover Remove
(7)
Slide the micro SD card holder door to the left to unlock.
(8)
Lift the micro SD card holder door.
Figure 4-2: Lift micro SD Card Holder door
(9)
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Caution!
Follow proper ESD precautions to avoid damaging the micro SD card. Proper
precautions include, but are not limited to, working on an ESD mat and ensuring that the
operator is property grounded.
Figure 4-3: Insert micro SD Card Holder in Holder
4.4.2
(10)
Close the card holder door and slide to the right to look into place.
(11)
Align the SD card cover over the access hole and press down until it snaps into
place.
Removing the micro SD card
Caution!
Suspend the MC 95xxex-NI prior to removing the battery. Failure to properly remove the
battery may cause the MC 95xxex-NI to cold boot and potential loss of data.
This is how you remove a micro SD card:
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(1)
If the MC 95xxex-NI is in standby mode, press the red Power button to activate the
device
(2)
Press the red Power button to suspend the MC 95xxex-NI.
(3)
Wait for red decode LED to turn on and then turn off.
(4)
Unhook the handstrap.
(5)
Remove the battery.
(6)
Remove the SD card cover using the end of the stylus.
(7)
Slide the SD card holder door to the left to unlook.
(8)
Lift the micro SD card holder door.
(9)
Remove micro SD card from holder.
(10)
Close the micro SD card holder door.
(11)
Slide the micro SD card holder door to the right to look into place.
(12)
Align the SD card cover over the access hole and press down until it snaps into
place.
(13)
Replace the battery.
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Operation
SIM Card
Attention!
The SIM card may only installed and replaced outside of the hazardous area!
GSM phone service requires a SIM card (Subscriber Identification Module) or smart card.
Obtain the card from your service provider. The card fits into the MC 9596ex-NI and can
contain the following information:
4.5.1
−
Mobile phone service provider account details.
−
Information regarding service access and references.
−
Any additional services to which you have described.
Inserting the SIM card
Note
Only MC 9596ex-NI – configuration
For more information about SIM cards, refer to the service provider’s documentation.
To install the SIM card:
(1)
If the MC 9596ex-NI is in suspend mode, press the red Power button to wake the
device.
(2)
Press the red Power button to suspend the MC 9596ex-NI.
(3)
Wait for red Decode LED to turn on and then turn off.
(4)
Unhook the handstrap.
(5)
Remove the battery.
(6)
Remove SIM card cover using the end of the stylus.
Figure 4-4: SIM Card Cover Removal
(7)
Slide the SIM card holder door to the left to unlock.
(8)
Lift the SIM card holder door.
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Figure 4-5: Lifting the SIM Cover
(9)
Insert the SIM card into the holder door with the contacts facing down and the card
notch facing up.
Figure 4-6: Inserting the SIM Card
Note
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(10)
Close SIM card holder door and slide to the right to lock into place.
(11)
Align the SIM card cover over the access hole and press down until it snaps into
place.
(12)
Insert the battery.
(13)
After completing initial MC 9596ex-NI setup or after replacing a SIM card:
−
Press the red Power button.
−
On the Today screen tap Wireless Manager.
−
Ensure Phone is on.
−
Press the red Power button to suspend the MC 9596ex-NI.
−
Perform a warm boot.
−
Make a call to verify cellular connection.
For detailed information about WWAN activation and settings, refer the Motorola
MC9500-K Series Mobile Computer Integrator Guide.
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4.5.2
Operation
Removing the SIM card
Caution!
Suspend the MC 9596ex-NI prior to removing the battery. Failure to properly remove the
battery may cause the MC 9596ex-NI to cold boot and potential loss of data.
To remove an micro SIM card:
4.6
(1)
If the MC 9596ex-NI is in suspend mode, press the red Power button to wake the
device.
(2)
Press the red Power button to suspend the MC 9596ex-NI.
(3)
Wait for red Decode LED to turn on and then turn off.
(4)
Unhook the handstrap.
(5)
Remove the battery.
(6)
Remove the SIM card cover using the end of the stylus.
(7)
Slide the SIM card holder door to the left to unlock.
(8)
Lift the SIM card holder door.
(9)
Remove SIM card from holder.
(10)
Close the SIM card holder door.
(11)
Slide the SIM card holder door to the right to lock into place.
(12)
Align the SIM card cover over the access hole and press down until it snaps into
place.
(13)
Replace the battery.
Battery
This chapter provides information on battery functionality, battery status indications,
charging the MC 95xxex-NI charging spare batteries and power saving techniques.
The battery may only be charged and changed outside the hazardous area!
It must be ensured that only original batteries of the following type/s are used in safetyoriented operation. B7-A2Z0-0011 with 3.7 V/4800 mAh.
Caution!
The use of imitation batteries or batteries from other manufacturers will render the type
of ignition protection ineffective and there will then be a risk of fire or explosion.
The temperature range for charging the battery is 0 °C to +40 °C. Please note that
charging the MC 95xxex-NI is under intelligent control.
Note
For this purpose, the charging procedure of the MC 95xxex-NI is activated and
deactivated at short time intervals to keep the battery temperature within the
permissible range. A LED on the MC 95xxex-NI indicates when the charging procedure
was disabled because of excess temperature.
Use only accessories approved by BARTEC and Motorola to charge the batteries.
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Operation
4.6.1
How the Battery works
The 4800 mAh battery type B7-A2Z0-0011 provides power to the MC 95xxex-NI and
contains charging and status indications on the front of the battery. The indicators function
differently depending upon the battery mode and allow the user to determine the health of
the battery.
Figure 4-7: Battery
Charging Status LED indicates the charging status and health of the battery. The Charge
Level Indicator indicates an unhealthy battery and the charge level of the battery.
4.6.2
Battery Health
A battery becomes unhealthy when the Battery Usage Indication reach a predefined
threshold (end of usable life).
The Battery Usage Threshold value can be changed. See the Motorola MC9500-K
Mobile Computer Integrator Guide for more information.
When the battery becomes unhealthy, a dialog box displays on the MC 95xxex-NI. When
this appears, tap Dismiss. Replace the battery as soon as possible. The battery Charge
Level indicator display an “X” when the battery becomes unhealthy (see Figure 4-8).
When charging an unhealthy battery in the MC 95xxex-NI, the Battery Status LED blinks
red.
Figure 4-8: Battery Warning Dialogue box
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Figure 4-9: Unhealthy Battery Indication
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4.6.3
Operation
Battery Status
The MC 95xxex-NI battery provides status information on the front of the battery that
allows the user to make determination on what battery to use. The battery status
indications vary depending upon the mode of the battery:
4.6.4
-
Installed in an MC 95xxex-NI
-
In a charger
-
Stand-alone
Installing the Battery
The battery may only be charged and changed outside the hazardous area!
Attention!
It must be ensured that only original batteries of the following type/s are used in safetyoriented operation. B7-A2Z0-0011 with 3.7 V/4800 mAh
The use of imitation batteries or batteries from other manufacturers will render the type
of ignition protection ineffective and there will then be a risk of fire or explosion.
To install the battery:
(1)
Insert the battery, top first, into the battery compartment.
(2)
Press the battery down into the battery compartment until the battery release
latches snap into place.
Figure 4-10: Inserting the Battery
(3)
4.6.5
The MC 95xxex-NI powers up automatically after inserting the battery. If the battery
has been changed previously.
Replacing a battery
The battery may only be charged and changed outside the hazardous area!
It must be ensured that only original batteries of the following type/s are used in safetyoriented operation. B7-A2Z0-0011 with 3.7 V/4800 mAh
Caution!
Attention!
The use of imitation batteries or batteries from other manufacturers will render the type
of ignition protection ineffective and there will then be a risk of fire or explosion.
Suspend the MC 95xxex-NI prior to removing the battery. Failure to properly remove the
battery may cause the MC 95xxex-NI to cold boot and potential loss of data.
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To replace the battery:
Only for MC95xxex-NI, type B7-A292-…./…….. UL Class I, II, III Division 2
(1)
If the MC 95xxex-NI is in suspend mode, press the red Power button to wake the
device.
(2)
Press the red Power button to suspend the MC 95xxex-NI.
(3)
Wait for red Decode LED to turn on and then turn off.
(4)
Unhook the handstrap.
(5)
Press the two battery release latches to release the battery. The battery ejects
slightly.
Figure 4-11: Removing the battery (UL Class I, II, III Division 2)
(6)
Lift the battery from the MC 95xxex-NI.
(7)
Insert the replacement battery, top first, into the battery compartment in the back of
the MC 95xxex-NI.
(8)
Press the battery down until the battery release latches snap into place.
The MC 95xxex-NI powers up after inserting the battery.
Only for MC95xxex-NI, type B7-A293-…./…….. ATEX Zone 2 and Zone 22
(1)
If the MC 95xxex-NI is in suspend mode, press the red Power button to wake the
device.
(2)
Press the red Power button to suspend the MC 95xxex-NI.
(3)
Wait for red Decode LED to turn on and then turn off.
(4)
Unhook the handstrap.
(5)
Put the special tool inside of the two
holes to release the battery latches to
release the battery. The battery ejects
slightly.
Special tool for the battery latch release
Hole for the battery latch
Figure 4-12: Removing the Battery (ATEX Zone 2 and Zone 22)
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Operation
(6)
Lift the battery from the MC 95xxex-NI.
(7)
Insert the replacement battery, top first, into the battery compartment in the back of
the MC 95xxex-NI.
(8)
Press the battery down until the battery release latches snap into place.
The MC 95xxex-NI powers up after inserting the battery.
Powering On the MC 95xxex-NI
After the MC 95xxex-NI is connected to power the splash screen displays for about a
minute as the MC 95xxex-NI initializes its flash file system, then the calibration window
appears.
Note
The Calibration screen can be accessed by pressing CTRL key - BKSP key or tapping
Start > Settings > Screen > Align Screen button.
Calibrating the Screen
To calibrate the screen so the cursor on the touch screen aligns with the tip of the stylus:
4.6.7
(1)
Remove the stylus from its holder on the side of the MC 95xxex-NI.
(2)
Carefully press and briefly hold the tip of stylus on the center of each target that
appears on the screen.
(3)
Repeat as the target moves around the screen, then tap the screen to continue.
Charging the battery
Attention!
The battery may only be charged and changed outside the hazardous area!
The temperature range for charging the battery is 0 °C to +40 °C. Please note that
charging the MC 95xxex-NI is under intelligent control.
Note
For this purpose, the charging procedure of the MC 95xxex-NI is activated and
deactivated at short time intervals to keep the battery temperature within the
permissible range. A LED on the MC 95xxex-NI indicates when the charging procedure
was disabled because of excess temperature.
Use only accessories approved by BARTEC and Motorola to charge the batteries.
Before using the MC 95xxex-NI for the first time, charge the battery using either a charging
cable or a cradle:
−
USB Charging cable
−
Charging Cable (only charging)
−
Single USB Charging Station
−
4-Slot Charging Station (only charging)
−
4-Slot Ethernet Charging Station
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Align and hook the MC 95xxex-NI interface pocket onto the cradle’s or cable’s cleat. The
battery automatically begins charging. See Table 4-1 for charging indications.
The 4800 mAh battery, type B7-A2Z0-0011 fully charges in less than six hours.
State
Healthy Battery
Unhealthy Battery
LED Status
LED Status
Off
Off
Slow Blinking Amber
(1 blink every 2
seconds)
Slow Blinking Red
(1 blink every 2
seconds)
Solid Green
Solid Red
Fast Blinking Amber
Fast Blinking Amber
(2 blinks/second)
(2 blinks/second)
None
−
battery is not charging
−
MC 95xxex-NI is not connected
correctly to the cradle/cable or
not connected to a power
source.
−
cradle/cable is not powered.
Charging
Fully charged
Indicates a charging error, e.g.:
−
−
temperature is too low or too
high.
charging has gone on too long
without completion (typically
eight hours).
Table 4-1: Charging Battery Status LED indications
The MC 95xxex-NI is equipped with a battery backup module, which is charged
automatically when the main battery is fully charged. When the MC 95xxex-NI is taken into
operation for the first time, the battery backup module needs about 36 hours to be fully
charged. This is also the case when the main battery was removed for several hours,
which discharges the backup module. The battery backup module ensures that the data in
the working memory are retained for at least 15 minutes after the main battery of the MC
95xxex-NI was removed. When the MC 95xxex-NI reaches a low charging state, the data in
the working memory are retained for at least 36 hours due to the combination of main
battery and battery backup module. Use a charging station or charging cable to charge
the battery. You can find information on how to set up cables and charging stations, as
well as about the charging procedure in the Motorola documentation MC9500-K User
manual for integration of mobile computers.
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4.6.8
Operation
Installed in an MC 95xxex-NI
When the 4800 mAh battery, type B7-A2Z0-0011 is installed in the MC 95xxex-NI, the user
can view the charge level (with Status button press) and health of the battery (see Figure
4-13). The Battery Status LED is disabled when the battery is installed in the MC 95xxexNI. If the battery is unhealthy, the Charge Level indicator displays an “X” (see Figure 413).
Figure 4-13: Battery in MC 95xxex-NI
Press the Status button to display the current battery charge level. It will display for five
seconds and then turn off. Table: 4-2: Charge Level Indicator list the Charge Level
Indications when the Status button is pressed.
Charge Level
Indicator
Description
Indicates that the remaining charge is
approximately between 0% and 20%.
Indicates that the remaining charge is
approximately between 21% and
40%.
Indicates that the remaining charge is
approximately between 41% and
60%.
Indicates that the remaining charge is
approximately between 61% and
80%.
Indicates that the remaining charge is
approximately between 81% and
100%.
Table: 4-2: Charge Level Indicator
Note
The battery front panel is not visible when the MC9500-K is charging in a cradle. The
battery front panel is visible when charging with a charging cable. The Charge Level
indicator displays a “charging in mobile computer” indication (see Table 4-3).
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Healthy Battery
Unhealthy Battery
Action
State
None
Not Charging Off
Off
Button
Press
Not Charging Off
Off
None
Charging in
cradle or
cable
Off
Off
Button
Press
Charging in
cradle or
cable
Off
Off
Battery
Status LED
Charge Level Battery
Indicator
Status LED
Charge
Level
Indicator
Table 4-3: Battery in MC 95xxex-NI
The health of the battery can also be
viewed on the MC 95xxex-NI Power
applet.
Tap Start > Settings > Power icon >
BatteryMgmt tab.
Figure 4-14: Power – BatteryMgmt Window
Item
Description
State of Health
Indicates the current battery state (Healthy or Unhealthy).
Battery Usage Indicator
Indicates the usage of the battery.
Battery Usage Threshold
Indicates the usage indicator threshold.
Battery Serial Number
Displays the serial number of the battery.
Table 4-4: The “BatteryMgmt” window.
For information on changing the Battery Usage Threshold, refer to the MC9500-K Mobile
Computer Integrator Guide.
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4.6.9
Operation
In a charging station
The battery may only be charged and changed outside the hazardous area!
Caution!
When the battery is in a Single Slot Battery Charger, Four Slot Battery Charger or Vehicle
Battery Charger, the battery charging status and health is indicated on the front of the
battery. If the charger is not powered, the battery acts as if it is in stand-alone mode. See
chapter 4.6.10 Stand-alone for more information.
Figure 4-15: Battery in Single Slot Battery Charger
The Battery Status LED displays the current state of charging as described in Table 4-5:
"Battery Status in charger” "Table 4-5. The Charge Level indicator displays the charge
level of a healthy battery as described in Table: 4-2.
With an unhealthy battery, an “X” appears on the display. To view the charge level, press
the Status button. The display indicates the level of charge. After five seconds the display
reverts to the “X” indication.
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Operation
Healthy Battery
State
Battery Status
LED
Unhealthy Battery
Charge Level
Indicator
None (charger
Off
not powered)
Battery Status
LED
Charge Level
Indicator
Off
Slow Blinking Amber
Charging
(1 blink every 2
seconds)
Slow Blinking Red
(1 blink every 2
seconds)
Fully Charged
Solid Green
Solid Red
Charging Error Fast Blinking Amber
*
(2 blinks/second)
Fast Blinking Amber
(2 blinks/second)
* temperature is too low or too high.
* charging has gone on too long without completion (typically eight hours).
Table 4-5: "Battery Status in charger” "
4.6.10
Stand-alone
When the battery is not installed in an MC 95xxex-NI or a charger, the charge status and
health of the battery displays on the battery front panel. If the battery is unhealthy, an “X”
appears in the Charge Level indicator. Press the Status button to view the health and
charge level of the battery. The Battery Status LED lights and the Charge Level indicator
display the charge level. After five seconds the LED turns off and the Charge Level
indicator reverts to the previous display. See Table for Battery Status LED and Charge
Level indicator descriptions.
Status
Healthy Battery
Charging state
LED
No action
Off
Keystroke Steady green light
Charging state
display
Unhealthy Battery
Charging state
LED
Charging state
display
Off
Steady red light
Table 4-6 "Battery Status – Stand alone"
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4.7
Keypad
4.7.1
Replacing Keypad
Operation
The MC 95xxex-NI has interchangeable modular keypads.
Caution!
-
The keypad may only be changed outside the hazardous area!
-
It must be ensured that only original keypads are used in safety-oriented operation.
-
The use of imitation keypads from other manufacturers will render the type of
ignition protection ineffective and there will then be a risk of fire or explosion.
-
Power off the MC 95xxex-NI before start of change parts.
-
Put the MC 95xxex-NI into suspend mode before you remove the battery. Failure to
properly remove the battery may cause the MC 95xxex-NI to cold boot and potential
loss of data.
Attention!
If the MC 95xxex-NI is in suspend mode, press the Power button to wake the device. Wait
for the MC 95xxex-NI to fully awake from suspend mode.
(1)
Press the Power button to suspend the MC 95xxex-NI.
(2)
Wait for red Decode LED to turn on and then turn off.
(3)
Unhook the handstrap.
(4)
Remove the battery.
(5)
Remove and discard two screws securing the keypad to the housing.
(6)
Slide the keypad down toward the bottom of the device and then lift.
Remove screws
Remove keypad
(7)
Align the new keypad with the housing.
(8)
Press the keypad down and then slide the keypad up.
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(9)
Secure the keypad with two new screws provided with the keypad. Torque the
screws to 0.25 Nm (0.18 ft-lbs.)
(10)
Replace the battery.
(11)
Press the power button for five seconds to perform a warm boot.
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4.8
Screen Protector
Caution!
4.8.1
Operation
-
The screen protector may only be changed outside the hazardous area!
-
It must be ensured that only original screen protector used in safety-oriented
operation.
-
Use only BARTEC type B7-A2Z0-0017
-
The use of imitation screen protectors from other manufacturers will render the
type of ignition protection ineffective and there will then be a risk of fire or
explosion.
Removing the Screen Protector
The MC 95xxex-NI is provided with a screen protector. BARTEC recommends using this to
minimize wear and tear. Screen protectors enhance the usability and durability of touch
screen displays.
To remove the screen protector, lift the corner using a thin plastic card, such as a credit
card, then carefully lift it off the display.
Attention!
Note
Do not use any sharp object to remove the screen protector. This could damage the
display.
Use without the screen protector impairs, amongst other things, the equipment
warranty. You can get a replacement screen protector from your customer consultant
or from BARTEC. Installation instructions for the screen protector are part of the
delivery scope. Part number: B7-A2Z0-0017 screen protector, pack of 5.
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Operation
4.9
Connection to the PC
The MC 95xxex-NI series is delivered with a Microsoft WM 6.5 operating system or followup version. Microsoft supplies software free of charge to establish a connection to a PC
for synchronisation, installation and data exchange.
4.9.1
Active Sync
Note
To be able to communicate with various host partners, it is recommendable to install
Microsoft ActiveSync (version 4.5 or higher) on the host computer. ActiveSync
synchronises the information on the mobile computer with information on the host
computer. Changes made on the mobile computer or host computer remain in both
partners after synchronisation.
The ActiveSync Microsoft program is used for synchronising or installing software/data.
ActiveSync is available for downloading as freeware at www.microsoft.com
Supported Operating Systems:
−
Windows XP
For system requirements see the Microsoft homepage under Active Sync version 4.5 or
higher.
Further information on ActiveSync can be found in the Motorola integrator Guide or on the
Microsoft homepage.
4.9.2
DEVICE Center or mobile device center
Note
To be able to communicate with various host partners installed on Windows Vista or
Windows 7, it is recommendable to install the Microsoft Device Center on the host
computer. Device Center synchronises the information on the mobile computer with
information on the host computer. Changes made on the mobile computer or host
computer remain on both partners after synchronisation.
The Microsoft Mobile Device Center program is used for synchronising or installing
software/data. Mobile Device Center is available for downloading as freeware at
www.microsoft.com
Supported Operating Systems:
−
Windows Vista or Windows 7
For system requirements see Device Center on the Microsoft homepage
Further information on Device Center can be found in the Motorola integrator Guide or on
the Microsoft homepage.
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5.
Commissioning
Commissioning
The operator of an electrical system in a hazardous environment must keep the operating
equipment in an orderly condition, operate it correctly, monitor it and do the required
maintenance and repairs.
Before commissioning the MC95xxex-NI, check that all components and documents are
there.
The following conditions must be met before the device may be commissioned:
−
Check the MC95xxex-NI for damage to display, scanner window and the enclosure.
−
Check that the used battery is a certified one.
−
Make sure that the battery is changed and insert in the MC95xxex-NI.
−
Close the battery.
−
Check when use a screen protector that it is a certificated one.
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Software Versions
6.
Software Versions
This user manual various software configurations and references are made to operating
system or software versions for:
■
■
■
■
■
Adaptation Kit Update (AKU) version
OEM version
BTExplorer version
Fusion version
Phone version
The software is not relevant for the equipment explosion protection. You can find
information about this in the Motorola documentation.
Note
Motorola Homepage: http://www.motorola.com/web/Business/CT/Enterprise+Mobility.html
Support - Product Manuals - Mobile Computers - MC9500-K
6.1
AKU Version
To determine the Adaptation Kit Update
(AKU) version:
Tap Start > Settings > System tab >
About icon > Version tab.
The second line lists the operating system
version and the build number. The last
part of the build number represents the
AKU number. For example, Build
20963.1.5.2 indicates that the device is
running AKU version 1.5.2
6.2
OEM Version
To determine the OEM software version:
Tap Start > Settings > System tab >
System Info icon > System tab.
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6.3
Software Versions
BTExplorer Version
Note
BTExplorer application is only available when the StoneStreet One Bluetooth stack is
enabled. Refer to the MC9500-K Mobile Computer Integrator Guide for information on
selecting the Bluetooth stack.
To determine the BTExplorer software
version:
Tap BTExplorer icon
BTExplorer > File > About.
6.4
>
Show
Fusion Version
To determine the Fusion software version:
Tap Fusion Signal Strength icon >
Wireless Status > Versions.
6.5
Phone Software
To determine the Phone software version:
On MC 9596ex-NI, tap Start > Phone > Menu > Options > PhoneInfo tab.
On MC 9598ex-NI, tap Start > Phone > Menu > Options > Version information tab.
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Trouble Shooting
7.
Mobile Computer MC 95xxex-NI
Type B7-A29.-…………
Trouble shooting
Caution!
If you have any problems with the MC 95xxex-NI, bring the device into a safe area first
before you try to remedy the fault.
Notes on Troubleshooting can be found in the user manual or Integrator Guide from
Motorola http://www.motorola.com/web/Business/CT/Enterprise+Mobility.htm on the
Motorola homepage.
The Motorola page for the MC95xx manuals for the non-explosion-proof version
–
Support
–
Product Manuals
–
Mobile Computers
–
MC95xx
–
Click on “More” for a complete list.
If you have problems with your device, please contact the BARTEC sales company or
commercial representation responsible for your region. You can find contact information
under:
http://www.bartec.de/homepage/eng/10_unternehmen/10_unternehmen/s_10_10_50.asp?C=1
7.1
Energy Saving Options
Observe the following battery saving tips:
■
■
■
■
7.1.1
Leave the MC 95xxex-NI connected to AC power at all times when not in use.
Set the MC 95xxex-NI to turn off after a short period of non-use.
Set the backlight to turn off after a short period of non-use.
Turn off all wireless activities when not in use.
Changing the Power Settings
To set the MC 95xxex-NI to turn off after a short period of non-use:
1. Tap Start > Settings > System tab > Power icon > Advanced tab.
2. Select the On battery power: Turn off device if not used for check box and select
a value from the drop-down list.
3. Select ok.
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7.1.2
Trouble Shooting
Changing the Backlight Settings
To change the backlight settings in order to conserve more battery power:
1. Tap Start > Settings > System tab > Backlight icon > Battery Power tab.
2. Select the Disable backlight if device is not used for check box and select a value
from the drop-down list.
3. Select the Brightness tab.
4. Tap the Disable backlight check box to turn off the display backlight, or use the
slider to set a low value for the backlight.
5. Select ok.
7.1.3
Changing the Keypad Backlight Settings
To change the keypad backlight settings in order to conserve more battery power:
1. Tap Start > Settings > System tab > Keylight icon > Battery Power tab.
2. Select the On battery power: Disable keylight if device if not used for check box
and select a value from the drop-down list.
3. Select the Advanced tab.
4. Tap the Disable keylight check box to turn off the keypad backlight.
5. Select ok.
7.1.4
Changing the settings for the display backlight
This is how you change the settings for the display backlight to save battery power:
1. Tap on Start > Settings > Tab System > Symbol Backlight > Tab Battery Power.
2. Activate the control box Disable backlight if device is not used for, and select a
value from the Dropdown List.
3. Select the Tab Brightness.
4. Tap on the control box Disable backlight, to switch off the display backlight, or use
the slider to set a lower value for the display backlight.
5. Tap on OK.
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7.1.5
Mobile Computer MC 95xxex-NI
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Turning Off the Radios
Windows Mobile 6 devices include Wireless Manager, which provides a simple method
of enabling, disabling, and configuring all the device’s wireless capabilities in one place.
To open Wireless Manager, tap the Connectivity icon or tap Wireless Manager on the
Today screen.
Figure 7-1: Opening Wireless Manager
Note
Figure 7-2: Wireless Manager Windows
Wireless connection options vary depending upon configurations.
1. To enable or disable a wireless connection, tap the specific button.
2. To enable or disable all wireless connections, tap and hold the All button.
3. To configure settings for a connection, tap Menu.
Figure 7-3: Wireless Manager Menu
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7.2
Trouble Shooting
Resetting the MC 95xxex-NI
There are two resetting functions: Warm boot and cold boot. In the case of a warm boot
the MC 95xxex-NI is restarted by closing all executed programs. In the case of a cold boot,
the MC 95xxex-NI is also restarted and, in addition, some drivers initialised. Data stored in
a flash memory or on a memory card are not lost.
Carry out a warm boot first if the MC 95xxex-NI does not function properly. If the
MC 95xxex-NI still doesn’t respond, carry out a cold boot.
7.2.1
Warm boot
Executing a warm boot
Press the red power switch (Power) for about five seconds. Release the power switch
(Power) as soon as the MC 95xxex-NI begins with the start procedure.
7.2.2
Cold boot
Executing a cold boot
To execute a cold boot keep the keys 1 and 9, as well as the red power switch (Power)
pressed simultaneously.
7.2.3
Clean Boot
A clean boot should only be performed by an authorized system administrator. You
must connect the MC 95xxex-NI to AC power during a clean boot. Removing AC power
from the MC 95xxex-NI during a clean boot may render the MC 95xxex-NI inoperable.
Caution!
A clean boot resets the MC 95xxex-NI to the factory default settings. All data in the
Application folder is retained. You must download the Clean Boot Package file from the
Support Central web site by Motorola
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Support – software Download – Mobile Computer – MC95xx
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Click on “More for complete list”
and install on the MC 95xxex-NI.
To perform a clean boot:
1. Download the Clean Boot Package from the Support Central web site. Follow the
instructions included in the package for installing the package onto the MC 95xxex-NI.
2. Simultaneously press the Power button and the 1 and 9 keys.
3. Immediately, as soon as the device starts to boot and before the splash screen is
visible, press and hold the left scan button.
4. Insert the MC 95xxex-NI into a powered cradle or cable.
5. The MC 95xxex-NI updates and then re-boots.
6. After successful clean boot, the calibration screen appears.
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Maintenance, Inspection,
Repair
8.
Mobile Computer MC 95xxex-NI
Type B7-A29.-…………
Maintenance, Inspection, Repair
This chapter describes cleaning and storing the MC 95xxex-NI, as well as possible
procedures when problems occur while using the MC 95xxex-NI.
When doing maintenance or servicing or when checking associated equipment, comply
with the applicable regulations in accordance with directives IEC 60079-19 and IEC
60079-17!
Caution!
Installation/dismantling, operating and maintenance work may be carried out by trained
specialists only. Statutory regulations and other binding directives on workplace safety,
accident prevention and environmental protection must be adhered to.
You should heed the following tips when using the MC 95xxex-NI to guarantee fault-free
operation:
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Pay attention that the MC 95xxex-NI display is not scratched. When working with the
MC 95xxex-NI use the supplied input pen or pens with plastic tip which are designed
for use with touch screens. Never use a ballpoint pen, pencils or other pointed items
on the MC 95xxex-NI screen. BARTEC recommends using a screen protector, Part
no. B7-A2Z0-0017.
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The MC 95xxex-NI touch screen is made of polycarbonate. Please make sure that the
MC 95xxex-NI is not dropped or subjected to hard knocks.
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Protect the MC 95xxex-NI against extreme temperatures. Do not leave it on the
dashboard of the car on hot days and keep it away from heat sources.
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Do not store the MC 95xxex-NI in dusty, moist or wet environments.
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Use a soft spectacle cleaning cloth to clean the MC 95xxex-NI. If the MC 95xxex-NI
display surface is dirty, clean it with a soft spectacle cleaning cloth soaked in diluted
window cleaner.
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Change the re-chargeable battery regularly to ensure maximum battery life and
equipment performance. Battery life depends on the individual usage pattern. The
battery provides a state display to estimate the remaining life. You can find further
information in chapter 4.6 "Battery".
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Pay attention that the scan window is not scratched. Clean the window regularly.
Dust, contaminants and scratches on the scan window can lead to visible spots on
the pictures taken with the scanner.
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The battery should be completely charged before it is used for the first time. Note that
the maximum capacity of the battery is not attained until after approx. 5-6 charging
and discharging cycles.
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Maintenance, Inspection,
Repair
The MC 95xxex-NI is equipped with a screen protector. BARTEC recommends using
this, to avoid wear marks. A screen protector contributes to the user friendliness of
the equipment and protects the touch screen. The advantages at a glance:
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8.1
Resistant and non-slip writing and touch screen surface
Protection against abrasion and chemicals
Reflection reduction
Equipment screen always looks brand new
Simple and quick installation
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As the battery power diminishes over the course of time, the batteries should be
completely discharged and recharged every now and then in order to retain the full
capacity. For that purpose the devices are left switched on until the devices switch off
themselves. Then recharge the battery completely outside the Ex area.
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Before a lengthy idle time it is essential to charge the battery completely and to
recharge it regularly (every 3 months).
Servicing
Caution!
8.2
Protection against scratches and dents
In accordance with IEC 60079-19 and IEC 60079-17, the owner-operator of the
electrical installations in potentially explosive areas has an obligation to have these
installations checked by a qualified electrician to ensure that they are in a proper
condition.
Inspection
Caution!
Repairs on explosion-protected operating equipment may be done only by authorised
persons using original spare parts and working in accordance with the latest
developments of technology. The relevant applicable regulations must be observed.
Please direct any questions you may have to BARTEC GmbH.
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Maintenance, Inspection,
Repair
8.3
Mobile Computer MC 95xxex-NI
Type B7-A29.-…………
Cleaning
If you wish to clean the MC 95xxex-NI or components, take the device out of the Ex
area first before you start any cleaning measures.
Caution!
8.3.1
8.3.2
Required materials
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Alcohol cleaning wipes
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Lens cleaning wipes
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Cleaning cotton buds
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Isopropyl
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Compressed air spray with hose.
Housing
Wipe the housing including the keys and the spaces between the keys with the alcohol
cleaning wipes.
8.3.3
Display
The display can be cleaned with the alcohol cleaning wipes, however, attention must be
paid that liquid does not collect around the edges of the display. The display must then be
dried immediately with a soft, fluff-free cloth to avoid streaks.
8.3.4
Scan window
Clean the scan window regularly with a lens cleaning wipe or another suitable cleaning
agent for optical equipment such as, for example, spectacles.
8.3.5
Interface connection
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(1)
Remove the battery from the MC 95xxex-NI. See chapter 4.6.5 "Replacing a
battery".
(2)
Dip the end of a cotton bud in Isopropyl.
(3)
Rub over the interface connection on the rear of the MC 95xxex-NI several times
with the tip of the cotton bud. Pay attention that no cotton residue remains on the
plug connector.
(4)
Repeat this procedure at least three times.
(5)
Remove all grease and dirt deposits in the plug connector area with the help of the
alcohol-soaked cleaning cotton bud.
(6)
Then use a dry cotton bud and repeat steps 3 to 5.
(7)
Spray compressed air onto the plug-connector area and keep the hose, resp. the
nozzle about 15 mm above the surface.
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Attention!
8.3.6
Do not direct the nozzle onto yourself or other persons. Pay attention that the nozzle
does not point towards your face.
(8)
Check the area for grease and dirt residue and repeat the cleaning procedure if
necessary.
(9)
Change the battery.
(1)
Remove the battery from the MC 95xxex-NI. See chapter 4.6.5 "Replacing a
battery".
(2)
Dip the end of a cotton bud in Isopropyl.
(3)
Rub over the battery contacts on the rear of the battery several times with the tip of
the cotton bud. Pay attention that no cotton residue remains on the contacts.
(4)
Repeat this procedure at least three times.
(5)
Remove all grease and dirt deposits in the contact area with the help of the
alcohol-soaked cleaning cotton bud.
(6)
Then use a dry cotton bud and repeat steps 3 to 5.
(7)
Spray compressed air onto the plug-connector area and keep the hose, resp. the
nozzle about 15 mm above the surface.
Battery contacts
Attention!
8.3.7
Maintenance, Inspection,
Repair
Do not direct the nozzle onto yourself or other persons. Pay attention that the nozzle
does not point towards your face.
(8)
Check the area for grease and dirt residue and repeat the cleaning procedure if
necessary.
(9)
Insert the battery in the MC 95xxex-NI.
Cleaning the charging station plug-connectors
This is how you clean the plug-connectors of a charging station:
(1)
Separate the DC power supply cable from the charging station.
(2)
Dip the end of a cotton bud in Isopropyl.
(3)
Rub over the contacts of the plug-connector(s) with the tip of the cotton bud. Move
the cotton bud slowly from one side of the plug-connector to the other and back
again. Pay attention that that no cotton residue remains on the plug-connectors.
(4)
All of the plug-connector sides should also be cleaned with the help of the cotton
bud.
(5)
Spray compressed air onto the plug-connector area and keep the hose, resp. the
nozzle about 15 mm above the surface.
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Attention!
8.3.8
Mobile Computer MC 95xxex-NI
Type B7-A29.-…………
Do not direct the nozzle onto yourself or other persons. Pay attention that the nozzle
does not point towards your face.
(6)
Make sure that no lint remains from the cotton buds and remove any lint.
(7)
If there are any grease and dirt deposits on other sectors of the charging station,
remove this with a lint-free cloth and alcohol.
(8)
Allow the alcohol to dry at least 10 to 30 minutes in the air (depending on the
ambient temperature and humidity) before you connect the charging station to the
power source. The required drying time increases with lower temperature and high
humidity. The required drying time decreases with higher temperature and lower
humidity.
Cleaning interval
The customer must determine the cleaning interval at his own discretion and with
consideration of the different environments in which the mobile units are used. The
devices can be cleaned at discretionary frequent intervals. When used in very polluted
environments it is, however, advisable to clean the scan window regularly to guarantee
optimum scan performance.
8.4
Information about Repairs
Customer Service Information
If you have problems with your device, please contact the BARTEC sales company or
commercial representation responsible for your region. You can find contact information
under:
http://www.bartec.de/homepage/eng/10_unternehmen/10_unternehmen/s_10_10_50.asp?C=1
Please have the following information available when you contact BARTEC:
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Serial number of the device (you can find this on the manufacturer label)
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Model number or product name (you can find these on the manufacturer label)
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Software type and version number
Manufacturer label
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Mobile Computer MC 95xxex-NI
Type B7-A29.-…………
Maintenance, Inspection,
Repair
BARTEC answers enquiries by email, telephone or fax. If the problem cannot be
rectified by the BARTEC sales companies or commercial representations, you may
need to return the device to us for maintenance.
If you wish to send in a defective device for repairs please first read the RMA procedure
guide. Then fill in and sign the RMA (Return Merchandise Authorisation) form and send
it to our "Retouren Centre".
Email: services@bartec.de
Fax: +49 7931 597-119
We cannot guarantee any contractually agreed processing times for devices that are
sent in without an RMA number.
The RMA guide and the RMA form are available on our homepage for downloading.
http://www.bartec-group.com
Quality and Culture
RMA Form
Any questions? Send us an e-mail or call us.
E-mail:
Phone:
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services@bartec.de
+49 7931 597-444
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Accessories
Mobile Computer MC 95xxex-NI
Type B7-A29.-…………
9.
Accessories
9.1
Accessories for use in hazardous area
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Type B7-A29.-…………
9.2
Accessories
Accessories for use in non hazardous area
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Order Numbers
Mobile Computer MC 95xxex-NI
Type B7-A29.-…………
10.
Order Numbers
10.1
MC 95xxex-NI without WWAN option
10.2
MC 95xxex-NI with GPS option
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Type B7-A29.-…………
10.3
Order Numbers
MC 95xxex-NI with CDMA option
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Disposal, Dispatch,
Packaging
11.
Mobile Computer MC 95xxex-NI
Type B7-A29.-…………
Disposal
The component of the Mobile Computers contains metal, plastic parts and electronic
components.
The statutory requirements for electrical scrap must be observed therefore (e.g. disposal
by an approved disposal company).
12.
Dispatch and Packaging Instructions
Important information regarding transport and dispatch
! Sensitive Devices!
It is absolutely necessary to deliver the equipment in
the original packaging in order to avoid damage to the
equipment.
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Additional Information
13.
Additional Information
13.1
Links
http://www.bartec-group.com
BARTEC Homepage
http://www.motorola.com/web/Business/CT/Enterprise+Mobility.htm
Motorola Homepage
The Motorola page for the MC9500-K User Manuals of the non-explosion protected version
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Support
Product Manuals
Mobile Computers
MC9500-K
Click on “More” for complete list
The Motorola page for the MC9500-K software of the non-explosion protected version
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Support
Enterprise Mobility
=> Download Software
Software Download
Mobile Computers
MC9500-K
Click on “More” for complete list
http://www.symbol.com/
The Motorola product information page for the MC9500-K of the non-explosion protected version
Business Products & Services
Mobile Computers
Handheld Computers
MC9500-K Premium Industrial-Class Rugged Mobile Computer
http://www.symbol.com/products/oem/oem_scan_engine_data_sheet.html
The Motorola page for the Scan Engine which is used in the MC 75Axex – NI series.
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Business Products & Services
OEM
Imager
Symbol SE4500 OEM Imaging Engine
OEM
Laser
Symbol SE95 OEM Laser Scan Engine
https://devcentral.motorola.com/login.aspx?p=/Default.aspx
The Motorola Developer Central page for software developers.
Tools, Updates, Patches etc. or the individual symbol products can be found on this page.
It is necessary to register to get access to the pages. Registration is free of charge.
http://www.microsoft.com
Microsoft Site for Active Sync or Windows Mobile Device Center for Windows Vista and Windows 7
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Appendix
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Appendix
Appendix
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Type B7-A29.-…………
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Appendix
BARTEC protects
people
and
the environment
by the safety
of components,
s y s t e m s
BARTEC GmbH
Germany
plants.
Max-Eyth-Straße 16
97980 Bad Mergentheim
Phone: +49 7931 597-0
Fax:
+49 7931 597-119
info@bartec.de
www.bartec-group.com
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