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Psion Teklogix 7535 User manual
7535/7530 Hand-Held
Computer
User Manual
May 18, 2005
ISO 9001 Certified
Quality Management System
Part No. 8100063.A
© Copyright 2005 by Psion Teklogix Inc., Mississauga, Ontario
This document and the information it contains is the property of Psion Teklogix Inc.,
is issued in strict confidence, and is not to be reproduced or copied, in whole or in
part, except for the sole purpose of promoting the sale of Teklogix manufactured
goods and services. Furthermore, this document is not to be used as a basis for
design, manufacture, or sub-contract, or in any manner detrimental to the interests
of Psion Teklogix Inc.
All trademarks are the property of their respective holders.
Return-To-Factory Warranty
Psion Teklogix warrants a return-to-factory warranty for a period of one year. In
some regions, the warranty exceeds this period. Please contact your local Psion Teklogix office for details. For a list of offices, see Appendix A: Support Services And
Worldwide Offices. The warranty on Psion Teklogix manufactured equipment does
not extend to any product that has been tampered with, altered, or repaired by any
person other than an employee of an authorized Psion Teklogix service organization.
See Psion Teklogix terms and conditions of sale for full details.
Service
When requesting service, please provide information concerning the nature of the
failure and the manner in which the equipment was used when the failure occurred.
Type, model, and serial number should also be provided. Before returning any products to Psion Teklogix, please call the Customer Services Group for a Return Authorization number.
Support Services
Psion Teklogix provides a complete range of product support services to its customers. For detailed information, please refer to Appendix A: Support Services And
Worldwide Offices. This section also provides information about accessing support
services through the Psion Teklogix web site.
Disclaimer
Every effort has been made to make this material complete, accurate, and up-to-date.
In addition, changes are periodically added to the information herein; these changes
will be incorporated into new editions of the publication.
Psion Teklogix Inc. reserves the right to make improvements and/or changes in the
product(s) and/or the program(s) described in this document without notice, and
shall not be responsible for any damages, including but not limited to consequential
damages, caused by reliance on the material presented, including but not limited to
typographical errors.
TABLE
Program License Agreements . .
Approvals And Safety Summary
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Chapter 1: Introduction
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1.3
1.4
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About This Manual . . . . . . . . . . .
Text Conventions . . . . . . . . . . . .
7535/7530 Features . . . . . . . . . . .
About The 7535 Hand-Held Computer .
1.4.1 The 7535 Hand-Held Computer .
1.4.2 Regulatory Labels . . . . . . . .
About The 7530 Hand-Held Computer .
1.5.1 The 7530 Hand-Held Computer .
1.5.2 Regulatory Labels . . . . . . . .
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Preparing The 7535/7530 For Operation . . . . . . . . . . . . .
2.1.1 Equipment You Need To Get Started . . . . . . . . . . .
2.1.2 Charging The Battery . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
2.1.3 Attaching Carrying Accessories . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Powering Up The 7535/7530 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
2.2.1 Installing The Battery And Switching The Hand-Held On
Configuring An IEEE 802.11 Radio In The Unit . . . . . . . . .
2.3.1 Assigning An IP Address . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
2.3.2 Name Servers Tab . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
2.3.3 Advanced Features . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Checking The Scanner . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Using Microsoft® ActiveSync® . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Calibrating The Touchscreen . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Chapter 3: Getting To Know Your 7535/7530
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Features Of The 7535 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Features Of The 7530 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
The Battery. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
3.3.1 Battery Safety . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
3.3.2 Removing And Installing The Battery Pack . . . . . . . . .
3.3.3 Battery Chargers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
3.4 Switching The Hand-Held On And Off . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
3.5 The Keyboard . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
3.5.1 Modifier Keys. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
3.5.2 The Keys . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
3.5.3 Alphanumeric Keyboards - 58-Key And 63-Key . . . . . .
3.5.4 Numeric Keyboards - 36-Key And 37-Key . . . . . . . . .
3.5.5 The Keypad Backlight . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
3.6 The Display . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
3.6.1 Adjusting The Display Backlight . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
3.6.2 Adjusting The Contrast . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
3.6.3 Calibrating The Touchscreen . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
3.7 7535/7530 Indicators. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
3.7.1 LEDs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
3.7.2 Onscreen Indicators . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
3.7.3 Audio Indicators . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
3.8 Internal Scanners. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
3.8.1 Scanning Techniques . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
3.8.2 Scan LED Indicators . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
3.8.3 Troubleshooting. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
3.8.4 Operating One Dimensional (1D) Internal Laser Scanners. .
3.8.5 Operating Internal PDF Laser Scanners . . . . . . . . . . .
3.8.6 Operating Internal Two Dimensional (2D) Imager Scanners
3.8.7 Operating RFID/Scanner Modules . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
3.9 Connecting & Disconnecting Tethered Peripherals . . . . . . . . .
3.10 Monitoring The Battery And Maximizing Run Time . . . . . . . .
3.10.1 Storing Batteries . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
3.11 Monitoring The Network Connection . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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3.12 Uploading Data In A Docking Station
3.13 General Maintenance . . . . . . . . .
3.13.1 Caring For The Touchscreen . .
3.13.2 Cleaning The 7535/7530 . . . .
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Navigating In Windows CE .NET And Applications.
4.1.1 Navigating Using A Touchscreen And Stylus .
4.1.2 Navigating Using The Keyboard. . . . . . . .
Working With Files, Folders And Programs . . . . .
The Startup Desktop. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
4.3.1 The Desktop Icons . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
4.3.2 The Taskbar . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
The Start Menu . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
4.4.1 The Desktop . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
4.4.2 Security Settings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
4.4.3 Programs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
4.4.4 Shortcuts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
4.4.5 Settings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
4.4.6 Run . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
4.4.7 Shutdown. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Using A Dialog Box. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Chapter 5: Configuration
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Remote Desktop Connection . . . . .
Pocket PC Compatibility . . . . . . .
The Control Panel . . . . . . . . . . .
Control Panel Icons . . . . . . . . . .
Basic Setup . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
5.5.1 Display Properties . . . . . . .
5.5.2 Keyboard Properties . . . . . .
5.5.3 Volume And Sound Properties.
5.5.4 Power Management Properties.
5.5.5 Stylus Properties . . . . . . . .
5.5.6 Certificate Assignment . . . . .
Bluetooth Setup . . . . . . . . . . . .
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5.6.1 The Devices Tab . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
5.6.2 The Servers Tab. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
5.6.3 Outgoing Tab . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
5.6.4 Active Conn. Tab . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
5.6.5 The Properties Tab . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
5.6.6 The Bluetooth GPRS Phone . . . . . . . . . . .
5.7 Total Recall . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
5.7.1 Creating A Backup Profile . . . . . . . . . . . .
5.7.2 Restoring A Profile . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
5.8 IPv6 Support . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
5.9 Narrow Band Radio Setup — 7530 Only . . . . . . . .
5.9.1 Info Tab . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
5.9.2 Channel Tab. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
5.9.3 Protocol Tab . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
5.9.4 Power Tab. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
5.9.5 Radio Tab . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
5.10 Scanner Properties Setup . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
5.10.1 Bar Codes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
5.10.2 Non-Decoded Scanners . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
5.10.3 Decoded (Internal) Scanners . . . . . . . . . . .
5.10.4 Decoded (Intermec ISCP). . . . . . . . . . . . .
5.10.5 Imager. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
5.10.6 Decoded (External) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
5.10.7 Options Tab . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
5.10.8 Translations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
5.11 SNMP (Simple Network Management Protocol) Setup.
5.11.1 Contact Tab . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
5.11.2 Communities Tab . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
5.11.3 Trap Destination Tab . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
5.11.4 Permitted Hosts Tab . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
5.12 Wireless WAN . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
5.12.1 Taskbar Icons . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
5.12.2 Establishing A Connection . . . . . . . . . . . .
5.12.3 Disconnecting From A Network . . . . . . . . .
5.12.4 Advanced Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
5.12.5 Tools Menu . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Chapter 6: Tekterm Application
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The Tekterm Application . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Additional Keyboard Functions. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
6.2.1 Function Keys And Softkeys. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
6.2.2 Macro Keys . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
6.3 Changing The Screen Font Size. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
6.4 Panning The Screen Contents . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
6.4.1 Using The Task Manager To Switch Between Applications
6.5 The Tekterm Status Area . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
6.6 TESS Emulation. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
6.6.1 Configuration. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
6.6.2 Working With Multiple Sessions . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
6.6.3 The Field Types . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
6.6.4 IBM 5250 Emulation Keys. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
6.6.5 Data Entry . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
6.6.6 TESS Status Message . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
6.6.7 Lock Messages . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
6.6.8 Control Commands. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
6.6.9 Resetting A TESS Session . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
6.6.10 The Local Menu . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
6.6.11 Selecting Another Host Computer . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
6.6.12 Queuing Mode . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
6.7 ANSI Emulation. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
6.7.1 Configuration. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
6.7.2 Sending Data To The Host . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
6.7.3 Psion Teklogix Keyboard And VT220 Equivalent Keys . .
6.7.4 Block Mode (Local Editing) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
6.7.5 Working With Sessions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
6.8 The Radio Statistics Screen . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
6.9 The Tekterm Startup Display Menu. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
6.10 Working With Menus . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
6.10.1 Using The Keyboard To Navigate Through Menus . . . . .
6.10.2 Using The Touchscreen To Navigate Through Menus . . .
6.10.3 Saving Changes To Parameters . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
6.10.4 Retrieving Default Parameter Values . . . . . . . . . . . .
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6.11 Resetting The 7535/7530 Hand-Held Computer
6.12 The Parameters Menu . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
6.12.1 Security Settings . . . . . . . . . . . . .
6.13 Display Options . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
6.14 More Parameters . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
6.15 Radio Parameters . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
6.16 System Parameters . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
6.16.1 Keyboard . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
6.16.2 Audio . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
6.16.3 Power Mgmt Ctrl Panel. . . . . . . . . .
6.16.4 User Permissions . . . . . . . . . . . . .
6.16.5 Windows Properties. . . . . . . . . . . .
6.16.6 Auto Start . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
6.17 Scanner Control Panel . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
6.18 View Manager . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
6.18.1 Split Screen . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
6.18.2 Custom Characters (Unicode™) . . . . .
6.19 Applications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
6.19.1 ANSI Settings. . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
6.19.2 TESS Settings. . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
6.20 Ports — Tether And Console . . . . . . . . . .
6.20.1 Peripheral Port Options . . . . . . . . . .
6.20.2 Port Parameter Settings . . . . . . . . . .
6.20.3 Port Scan-See Parameters. . . . . . . . .
6.21 Network . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
6.21.1 Network Ctrl Panel Settings . . . . . . .
6.21.2 802.IQ v2 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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7.1.1 PowerScan™ Standard, LR and XLR Bar Code Scanners .
7.1.2 Entering Data With The Bar Code Reader . . . . . . . . .
Batteries . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
7.2.1 Lithium-Ion Battery Safety Precautions . . . . . . . . . .
Important Charger Safety Instructions. . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Chargers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Gang Charger . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
7.5.1 Installation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
7.5.2 Operator Controls . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
7.5.3 Charge Indicators. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
7.5.4 Charging Batteries . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
7.5.5 Troubleshooting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
7.6 Combo Charger . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
7.6.1 Installation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
7.6.2 Operator Controls . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
7.6.3 Using the Combo Charger With The 7535/7530 . . .
7.6.4 Charging The Spare Battery . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
7.6.5 Charge Indicators. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
7.6.6 Troubleshooting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
7.7 Combo Dock . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
7.7.1 Installation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
7.7.2 Using The Combo Dock . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
7.7.3 Network Access . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
7.7.4 Troubleshooting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
7.8 Quad Dock . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
7.8.1 Installation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
7.8.2 Indicators And Controls . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
7.8.3 Using The Quad Dock . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
7.8.4 Network Access . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
7.8.5 Battery Charging . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
7.8.6 Troubleshooting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
7.9 Portable Docking Module (PDM). . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
7.10 Bluetooth Peripherals . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
7.11 The 7535/7530 Picker Cradle . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
7.11.1 Picker Cradle Mounting Recommendations . . . . . .
7.11.2 Wiring Guidelines . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
7.11.3 Using The Picker Cradle . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
7.11.4 Maintaining The Picker Cradle . . . . . . . . . . . .
7.11.5 Powered Cradle Installation In High Voltage Vehicles
7.11.6 Powered Cradle Installation . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
7.11.7 The Port Replicator. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Chapter 8: Specifications
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7535 Hand-Held Computer Specifications . . . . . . . . . . .
7530 Hand-Held Computer Specifications . . . . . . . . . . .
Radio Specifications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Internal Scanner Port. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Bar Code Applications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
RFID Applications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Internal Scanners. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
External Scanners . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Internal Scanner Specifications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
8.9.1 SE 1200 High Performance & Long Range Specs . . . .
8.9.2 SE 1200 Advanced Long Range & SE 2223PDF Specs .
8.9.3 SE 1224HP, SE 1200WA & SE 923HS . . . . . . . . .
8.9.4 SE 1524ER – Extended Range Scanner . . . . . . . . .
8.9.5 Intermec E1022 Linear 1D Imager Scanner . . . . . . .
8.9.6 Symagery SX5303 Imager . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
External Scanner Specifications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
8.10.1 PowerScan™ LR and XLR Industrial Scanner Specs . .
8.10.2 PowerScan™ Standard Range Scanner Specs . . . . . .
RD7950 Integrated UHF RFID Reader (7535 Only) . . . . . .
7535 1900 mAh Lithium-Ion Battery Pack . . . . . . . . . . .
7530 1900 mAh Lithium-Ion Battery Pack . . . . . . . . . . .
7530 2400 mAh Lithium-Ion Battery Pack . . . . . . . . . . .
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A.1 Technical Support . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .A-1
A.2 Product Repairs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .A-1
A.3 Worldwide Offices . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .A-2
Appendix B: RD7950 Integrated UHF RFID Reader (7535 Only)
B.1 Installation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . B-1
B.2 Enabling The RD7950 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . B-5
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Appendix C: Port Pinouts
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Tether Port Pinout . . . . . . . .
Docking Station Connector . . .
Battery Contacts . . . . . . . . .
7535 USB Cable – PN 1010099
7535 USB Cable – PN 1010057
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Appendix D: USB Setup Application
D.1 USB Setup. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . D-1
D.1.1 Launching The Application . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . D-1
D.1.2 Pre-Installation: Updating usbstor.inf And wceusbsh.inf . . . . D-2
D.1.3 Installation: Installing The 7535/7530 As a Device On The PC D-4
D.1.4 Post Installation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . D-5
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FCC DECLARATION OF CONFORMITY (DoC)
Applicant’s Name & Address:
US Representative’s Name & Address:
PSION TEKLOGIX
2100 Meadowvale Blvd.
Mississauga, Ontario
Canada L5N 7J9
Contact Person: Iain Roy
Telephone No.: (905) 813-9900
1810 Airport Exchange Blvd., Suite 500
Erlanger, KY, 41018, USA
Contact Person: Joe Musgrave
Telephone No.: (859) 372-4106
Equipment Type/Environment:
Computing Devices
Trade Name / Model No.:
7535 Hand Held Micro-computer with
Portable Docking Module
Year of Manufacture:
2003
Standard(s) to which Conformity is Declared:
The 7535 Hand Held Micro-computer with Portable Docking Module, supplied by Psion
Teklogix, has been tested and found to comply with FCC PART 15, SUBPART B UNINTENTIONAL RADIATORS, CLASS B COMPUTING DEVICES FOR
HOME & OFFICE USE.
I, the undersigned, hereby declare that the equipment as tested is representative within
manufacturing tolerance to units.
Applicant
Legal Representative in U.S.
Signature
Signature
Rob Williams
Joe Musgrave
Full Name
Full Name
Vice President of Engineering
V.P. Global Solutions, Americas
Position
Position
Mississauga, Ontario, Canada
Erlanger, KY 41018, USA
Place
Place
July 4, 2003
July 4, 2003
Date
Date
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CE Marking
When used in a residential, commercial or light industrial environment the product
and its approved UK and European peripherals fulfil all requirements for CE marking.
R&TTE Directive 1999/5/EC
This equipment complies with the essential requirements of EU Directive
1999/5/EC (Declaration available: www.psionteklogix.com).
Cet équipement est conforme aux principales caractéristiques définies dans la Directive européenne RTTE 1999/5/CE. (Déclaration disponible sur le site:
www.psionteklogix.com).
Die Geräte erfüllen die grundlegenden Anforderungen der RTTE-Richtlinie
(1999/5/EG). (Den Wortlaut der Richtlinie finden Sie unter:
www.psionteklogix.com).
Questa apparecchiatura è conforme ai requisiti essenziali della Direttiva Europea
R&TTE 1999/5/CE. (Dichiarazione disponibile sul sito: www.psionteklogix.com).
Este equipo cumple los requisitos principales de la Directiva 1995/5/CE de la UE,
“Equipos de Terminales de Radio y Telecomu-nicaciones”. (Declaración disponible
en: www.psionteklogix.com).
Este equipamento cumpre os requisitos essenciais da Directiva 1999/5/CE do Parlamento Europeu e do Conselho (Directiva RTT). (Declaração disponível no
endereço: www.psionteklogix.com).
Ο εξοπλισµός αυτός πληροί τις βασικές απαιτήσεις της κοινοτικής οδηγίας EU
R&TTE 1999/5/EΚ. (Η δήλωση συµµόρφωσης διατίθεται στη διεύθυνση:
www.psionteklogix.com)
Deze apparatuur voldoet aan de noodzakelijke vereisten van EU-richtlijn betreffende radioapparatuur en telecommunicatie-eindappa-ratuur 199/5/EG. (verklaring
beschikbaar: www.psionteklogix.com).
Dette udstyr opfylder de Væsentlige krav i EU's direktiv 1999/5/EC om Radio- og
teleterminaludstyr. (Erklæring findes på: www.psionteklogix.com).
Dette utstyret er i overensstemmelse med hovedkravene i R&TTE-direktivet
(1999/5/EC) fra EU. (Erklæring finnes på: www.psionteklogix.com).
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Utrustningen uppfyller kraven för EU-direktivet 1999/5/EC om ansluten teleutrustning och ömsesidigt erkännande av utrustningens överensstämmelse (R&TTE).
(Förklaringen finns att läsa på: www.psionteklogix.com).
Tämä laite vastaa EU:n radio- ja telepäätelaitedirektiivin (EU R&TTE Directive
1999/5/EC) vaatimuksia. (Julkilausuma nähtävillä osoitteessa:
www.psionteklogix.com).
Use of the 802.11b WORKABOUT PRO C & S in France:
Owing to French Government restrictions, the 802.11b 7535/7530 Hand-Held
Computers are limited to indoor use. They may be used outdoors, on private
property, only with prior authorization from the French Ministry of Defense.
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For GSM/GPRS Users in North America:
Although the GSM/GPRS Expansion Module is a three band device only the 1900
(PCS) band is used in North America
FCC Information To Users
Federal Communication Commission Interference Statement
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B
digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to
provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential installation. This equipment generates, uses and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if
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ference to radio communications. However, there is no guarantee that interference
will not occur in a particular installation.
If this equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or television reception,
which can be determined by turning the equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct the interference by one of the following measures:
• Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.
• Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver.
• Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to
which the receiver is connected.
• Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician
for help.
This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules. 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.
FCC Caution: Any changes or modifications not expressly approved by the party
responsible for compliance could void the user's authority to operate this equipment.
IMPORTANT NOTE:
FCC Radiation Exposure Statement:
This equipment complies with FCC radiation exposure limits set forth for an uncontrolled environment. End users must follow the specific operating instructions for
satisfying RF exposure compliance.
This device complies with FCC RF Exposure limits set forth for an uncontrolled
environment, under 47 CFR 2.1093 paragraph (d)(2)
The equipment has been SAR-evaluated for use in PDA.
This transmitter must not be co-located or operating in conjunction with any other
antenna or transmitter.
Some equipment in hospitals and aircraft are not shielded from radio frequency
energy. Do not use the WORKABOUT PRO onboard aircraft, or in hospitals,
without first obtaining permission.
Do not use near pacemakers. The product may affect the operation of some medically implanted devices such as pacemakers, causing them to malfunction. Avoid
placing your product next to such devices. Keep a minimum distance of 20 cm
between the device and the product to reduce the risk of interference. If you have
any reason to suspect that interference is taking place, turn off the WORKABOUT
PRO and contact your cardiologist for assistance.
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Note:
In August 1996 the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) of the
US adopted an updated safety standard for human exposure to radio frequency energy emitted by FCC regulated transmitters. The design of this
product complies with the FCC guidelines and those standards. To maintain compliance with the FCC RF exposure guidelines, if you wear the
Workabout Pro on your body, use the supplied, or Psion Teklogix approve,
carrying case. If you do not use a body-worn accessory, ensure the
antenna is at least 1.5 cm from your body when transmitting.
Use of non-approved accessories may violate FCC RF exposure guidelines'
Emissions Information For Canada
This Class B digital apparatus meets all requirements of the Canadian InterferenceCausing Equipment Regulations. To prevent radio interference to the licensed service, this device is intended to be operated indoors and away from windows to
provide maximum shielding. Equipment (or its transmit antenna) that is installed
outdoors is subject to licensing.
Cet appareil numérique de la classe B respecte toutes les exigences du Règlement
sur le matériel brouilleur du Canada. Afin d'éviter toute interférence radio avec le
service autorisé, l'appareil doit être utilisé à l'intérieur, tout en tant éloigné de toute
fenêtre afin de garantir le maximum de protection. Si cet équipement (ou son
antenne émettrice) est installé à l'extérieur, il est alors soumis à licence.
Important:
Waste Electrical and Electronic equipment (WEEE) directive
2003/96/EC
This Product, and its accessories, comply with the requirements of the
Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment (WEEE) Directive 2002/96/EC.
If your end-of-life Psion Teklogix product or accessory was first placed on
the European Union market after August 12th, 2005, contact your local
country representative for details on how to arrange recycling.
For a list of international subsidiaries, please go to: www.psionteklogix.com.
LASER WARNINGS
For your own safety, it is critical that you comply with the following warnings:
CAUTION
The laser aperture is located in the front of the hand-held. Do not look into
the laser beam or point the beam at people or animals.
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CAUTION
Using controls or adjustments, or performing procedures other than those
specified herein may result in hazardous radiation exposure.
CAUTION
The use of optical instruments (magnification devices) with this product
will increase eye hazard.
This product may contain a laser scanner that emits less than 1.4mW maximum radiant power at a wavelength of 610nm or 680nm. This product complies with CDRH 21 CFR 1040 Class II and IEC 608251:1993+A1:1997+A2:2001 Class 2 laser product.
DO NOT OPERATE IN AN EXPLOSIVE ATMOSPHERE
Operating Psion Teklogix equipment where explosive gas is present may
result in an explosion.
DO NOT REMOVE COVERS OR OPEN ENCLOSURES
To avoid injury, the equipment covers and enclosures should only be
removed by qualified service personnel. Do not operate the equipment
without the covers and enclosures properly installed.
To ensure the safety of service personnel, the battery pack must be removed
before any product cover is removed.
CAUTION!
Danger of explosion if a 7535/7530 battery is incorrectly handled, charged,
disposed of or replaced. Replace only with the same or equivalent type
recommended by the manufacturer. Dispose of used batteries according to
the instructions described in “Lithium-Ion Battery Safety Precautions” on
page 323. Carefully review all battery safety issues.
VORSICHT!
Explosiongefahr bei unsachgemäßem Austausch der Batterie Ersatz nur
durch denselben oder einen vom Hersteller empfohlenen gleichwertigen
Typ. Entsorgung gebrauchter Batterien nach Angaben des Herstellers.
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1.1
1.2
1.3
1.4
About This Manual . . . . . . . . . . .
Text Conventions . . . . . . . . . . . .
7535/7530 Features . . . . . . . . . . .
About The 7535 Hand-Held Computer .
1.4.1 The 7535 Hand-Held Computer .
1.4.2 Regulatory Labels . . . . . . . .
1.5 About The 7530 Hand-Held Computer .
1.5.1 The 7530 Hand-Held Computer .
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Chapter 1: Introduction
About This Manual
1.1 About This Manual
This manual describes how to configure, operate and maintain the Psion Teklogix
7535 and 7530 hand-held computers. While the function of these units is generally
identical, any differences are clearly described in this manual.
Chapter 1: Introduction
provides a basic overview of the 7535/7530 hand-helds.
Chapter 2: Basic Checkout
describes the steps required to get the 7535/7530 ready for operation.
Chapter 3: Getting To Know Your 7535/7530
describes the 7535/7530 features and outlines how to charge and maintain the
battery. This chapter also provides a description of the keyboard, how to navigate in Microsoft® Windows® CE, how to use the internal scanner, and so on.
Chapter 4: Working With Windows CE
describes the Microsoft® Windows® CE desktop and how to use it. This
chapter also outlines the basics of moving around a Windows CE .NET
window, selecting and opening icons, files, folders and working with a
Windows dialog box.
Chapter 5: Configuration
provides a description of the Windows CE .NET Control Panel and how to use
it to configure the 7535/7530, along with the scanners attached to the hand-held,
and so on.
Chapter 6: Tekterm Application
describes TESS and ANSI operations. This chapter also provides descriptions
of the Tekterm parameters.
Chapter 7: Peripheral Devices & Accessories
describes the peripherals and accessories available for your 7535/7530
hand-helds.
Chapter 8: Specifications
details radio, hand-held computer and battery specifications.
Appendix A: Support Services And Worldwide Offices
provides helpdesk phone numbers and provides web-based information to help
you search for worldwide office addresses and phone numbers.
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Text Conventions
Appendix B: RD7950 Integrated UHF RFID Reader (7535 Only)
describes how to install and enable the RD7950 RFID reader.
Appendix C: Port Pinouts
includes 7535/7530 pinouts.
Appendix D: USB Setup Application
provides detailed instructions on USB setup.
1.2 Text Conventions
Note:
Notes highlight additional helpful information.
Important:
These statements provide particularly important instructions
or additional information that is critical to the operation of
the equipment.
Warning:
These statements provide critical information that may prevent
physical injury, equipment damage or data loss.
1.3 7535/7530 Features
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Note:
Any differences between the 7535 and the 7530 are clearly indicated.
•
Rugged design:
7530
- IP67 rating protects against dust and temporary water immersion.
- drop rating up to 2 meters (6.5 feet) onto concrete.
7535
- IP54 (light rain) rating sealed from water and dust.
- drop rating up to 2 meters (6.5 feet) onto concrete.
•
Processor and memory:
- Intel PXA255 @ 400 MHz
- 32 KB instruction and 32 KB data cache
- On-board RAM: 128 MB SDRAM
- On-board ROM: 64 MB FLASH
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Operating System:
- Windows CE. NET
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Programming environment:
- HTML, XML
- Psion Teklogix Mobile devices SDK for CE .NET
- Java, Embedded Visual C++, Microsoft Visual Studio .NET 2003
- Standard CE .NET APIs - MFC, ATL
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Wireless communications:
- IEEE 802.11b 11 Mbps 2.4 GHz Compact Flash radio
- IEEE 802.11g 54 Mbps 2.4 GHz Compact Flash radio (future)
- High performance internal antenna
- GSM/GPRS PC Card radio
- GSM/GPRS CF Card radio
- NextGen Narrow Band 400-500 MHz PC Card radio (7530 only)
- Bluetooth SDIO radio 2.4 GHz (5m range)
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Application software:
- Internet Explorer for CE
- Open TekTerm
- ANSI, TESS terminal emulations (IBM 3270, IBM 5250, HP 2392)
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Display:
- 320 x 240 (1/4 VGA) graphic colour TFT
- 3.5 inch diagonal portrait mode
- 64K displayable colours
- Contrast control and automatic backlight
- Sunlight readable (for outdoor use)
- Optional monochrome screen available for 7535 only
- Optional non-touchscreen available for 7535 only
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Touchscreen:
- Passive stylus or finger operation
- Signature capture
- Integral stylus holder
- Rugged 5-wire technology
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Keyboards:
- Illuminated with EL backlight
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Ergonomically designed for left- or right-hand use
One-handed operation with <ENTER> keys on the left and right side
of keyboard (7530 only)
- Dedicated function keys
7535 – Two formats available:
- 36-key large button numeric with 10 function keys
- 58-key alpha with 10 function keys
7530 – Two formats available:
- 37-key large button numeric with 10 function keys
- 63-key alpha with 10 function keys
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Voice/Record Features:
- Voice features - speaker and microphone (7530 only)
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Indicators and controls:
- Internal speaker and microphone (7530 only)
- beeper with volume control
- LEDs for radio transmit and receive, scanning, battery status and
user applications
•
Bar code applications:
- Internal 1D and 2D scan engines: standard, wide angle, long range
- Fuzzy logic internal scan engine
- Internal 1.3 megapixel CMOS image capture scan engine
- Supports decoded and undecoded tethered scanners
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RFID applications:
- Internal combo laser scanner/RFID engine
- Tethered 900 MHz reader/writer
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Internal expansion slots:
- One SDIO/MMC slot
- One Type II Compact Flash slot
- One Type III Extended PC Card Slot (7530 only)
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External ports:
Tether Port with:
- RS232 serial (decoded scanner, printer)
- Undecoded scanner support
- USB host
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Docking station port with:
- RS232 serial with diagnostics
- USB device
- USB host
- Power in/out
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Freezer option: (7530 only)
- Heated scan window to reduce fogging
- Internal heat control optimizes low temperature performance and
battery life
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Power management:
- Up to 12 hour usage Lithium-Ion standard battery (reduced in freezer
applications)
- Quick swap packs
- Advanced smart battery with gas gauge
- Runs with battery, wall adaptor or cigarette lighter
- Built-in fast charger (2 hours)
- System backup during battery swap (10 minutes)
- One week real-time clock backup
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Network Management:
- SNMP MIB 2 support
- Remote software download
- Remote WLAN management
1.4 About The 7535 Hand-Held Computer
The 7535 is ruggedized hand-held personal computers, running the Microsoft
Windows CE. NET operating system. It is intended for use in commercial and light
industrial applications with a focus on real time wireless data transactions.
All possible bar code input methodologies are supported by one of a variety of
scanners available. Optimization for specific operational environments is supported
with a wide range of peripheral options and carrying accessories.
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The 7535 Hand-Held Computer
1.4.1 The 7535 Hand-Held Computer
Figure 1.1 7535 With 58-Key Keyboard
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The 7535 Hand-Held Computer
Figure 1.2 7535 Docking Port
Figure 1.3 Tether Port
Laser
Aperture
Figure 1.4 Scanner Window
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Regulatory Labels
1.4.2 Regulatory Labels
This label is affixed below the scanner window.
Figure 1.5 Laser Warning Label
This label is affixed below the scanner window.
Figure 1.6 LED Radiation Warning Label
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Regulatory Labels
Figure 1.7 Radio Labels
Figure 1.8 Manufacturer’s Label
Warning:
Using controls or adjustments or performing procedures other than
those specified herein may result in hazardous radiation exposure.
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About The 7530 Hand-Held Computer
1.5 About The 7530 Hand-Held Computer
The 7530 is a ruggedized, Windows CE .NET based hand-held computer. It is
designed to withstand the harshest mobile environments including cold
environments like freezers, ports and yards. It supports wide area mobile
applications and is built using industry standards-based software and hardware
components, making it easy to integrate existing or future site infrastructures.
1.5.1 The 7530 Hand-Held Computer
Figure 1.9 7530 With 37-Key Keyboard
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Regulatory Labels
Scanner Window
Tether Port
Docking Port
Figure 1.10 7530 Scanner Window, Tether Port And Scanner Window
1.5.2 Regulatory Labels
This label is affixed below the scanner window.
Figure 1.11 Laser Warning Label
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Regulatory Labels
Figure 1.12 LED Radiation Warning Label
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2.1 Preparing The 7535/7530 For Operation. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17
2.1.1 Equipment You Need To Get Started . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17
2.1.2 Charging The Battery . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17
2.1.3 Attaching Carrying Accessories . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18
2.1.3.1 Attaching The Hand Strap . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18
2.1.3.2 Attaching The Pistol Grip . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19
2.2 Powering Up The 7535/7530. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20
2.2.1 Installing The Battery And Switching The Hand-Held On . . . . . . . 21
2.3 Configuring An IEEE 802.11 Radio In The Unit
2.3.1 Assigning An IP Address . . . . . . . . .
2.3.2 Name Servers Tab . . . . . . . . . . . . .
2.3.3 Advanced Features . . . . . . . . . . . . .
2.3.3.1 Rearranging Preferred Networks
2.3.3.2 Deleting A Preferred Network. .
2.3.3.3 Changing Network Properties . .
2.4 Checking The Scanner . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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2.7 Resetting The Hand-Held . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 32
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Preparing The 7535/7530 For Operation
2.1 Preparing The 7535/7530 For Operation
Typically, 7535/7530 hand-helds are configured at the factory and arrive ready for
use. Although these hand-helds are equipped with an internal Compact Flash and
SD I/O slot, these slots are not intended for user modification. If a device needs to
be changed or added in these slots, contact qualified Psion Teklogix personnel.
Refer to Appendix A: Support Services And Worldwide Offices for the service
number closest to you.
2.1.1 Equipment You Need To Get Started
You’ll need:
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A compatible battery charger, docking station or portable docking module
(PDM) with power supply.
An operating wireless network (if you are not operating the equipment in
batch mode).
A medium Phillips head screwdriver.
2.1.2 Charging The Battery
Important:
The 7535/7530 uses a high capacity Lithium-Ion battery. It is critical that you review the battery safety guidelines in “Lithium-Ion
Battery Safety Precautions” on page 323 before charging the
battery.
Batteries shipped from the factory are not charged. They must be fully charged prior
to use. Full capacity may not be reached until at least 5 full charge/discharge cycles
have been performed.
Batteries can be charged using a gang charger or the unit’s internal charger. When
using the internal charger, a suitable power source is required. All chargers and
docking stations are described in Chapter 7: Peripheral Devices & Accessories
beginning on page 321.
Important:
For 7535 hand-helds, updating software to PCON version
100835C1 or later automatically resets the battery’s parameters.
The battery gauge will display 0% capacity only until the battery is
recalibrated. However, the operator can safely use the battery
because a ‘low battery’ warning based on voltage (at approximately 6.8 volts) will be displayed, allowing sufficient time to
change the battery.
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Attaching Carrying Accessories
Regarding battery calibration, keep in mind that all types of
battery chargers available for the 7535 contain single discharge
circuits so that only one battery can be calibrated at a time (a calibration cycle requires discharging the battery and then calibrating to the new full charge). If multiple batteries require
calibration, care should be taken to ensure that these batteries are
placed into a charger that is not already calibrating a battery.
2.1.3 Attaching Carrying Accessories
Psion Teklogix recommends that a carrying accessory – a hand strap, pistol grip or
shoulder strap – be installed on the 7535/7530 before use. If your hand-held is not
fitted with a hand strap or pistol grip, you can install either using the carrying
accessory kit supplied. You’ll need:
• A Phillips head screwdriver.
Important:
2.1.3.1
Do not use adhesives such as Loctite to secure screws on carrying
accessories. These chemicals may damage the plastic casing.
Attaching The Hand Strap
Two Phillips head screws are provided with the hand strap.
• Attach the strap to the two threaded inserts located at the back of the
7535/7530 near the top of the unit.
Figure 2.1 Attaching The Hand Strap
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Attaching The Pistol Grip
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Stretch the handstrap toward the base of the 7535/7530, and hook the
bottom of the handstrap into the slot near the base of the battery pack.
Figure 2.2 Hooking The Hand Strap In Place
2.1.3.2
Note:
Attaching The Pistol Grip
A Phillips head screwdriver is required.
The pistol grip is attached to the back of the 7535/7530 using the four threaded
inserts in the upper part of the 7535/7530 casing. Four black #4-40 Phillips head
screws are provided with this accessory.
Note:
Prior to installation, make sure the trigger mechanism is securely
snapped into the pistol grip body and that the trigger operates properly.
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Powering Up The 7535/7530
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Position the pistol grip so that it fits snugly over the back of the unit and
the inserts on the back of the hand-held are aligned with the holes in the
pistol grip.
Figure 2.3 Attaching The Pistol Grip
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Using a Phillips screwdriver, securely fasten the pistol grip to the back of
the 7535/7530.
2.2 Powering Up The 7535/7530
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Psion Teklogix offers a Portable Docking Module (PDM) along with its
power supply to help speed the checkout and confirmation process for
your 7535/7530. The PDM can power your hand-held with or without a
battery installed in the unit. Refer to Chapter 7: Peripheral Devices &
Accessories beginning on page 321 for more information about this
accessory.
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Installing The Battery And Switching The Hand-Held On
2.2.1 Installing The Battery And Switching The Hand-Held On
If you are not using a docking station or PDM:
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Slide the charged battery with the contoured plastic facing you into the unit.
Click the battery into place.
Figure 2.4 Installing The Battery
Note:
If you are using a docking station, you can insert an uncharged battery,
dock the unit and switch it on.
If you are using a PDM, you can configure your unit without a battery, with
a charged battery or with an uncharged battery.
If you are using a hand strap:
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Hook the bottom of the hand strap into the slot at the base of the battery.
To switch the unit on:
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Press and hold down the <ENTER/ON> key for at least one second.
When all four LEDs flash yellow, release the <ENTER/ON> button.
A splash screen displaying the Psion Teklogix logo and the Windows CE .NET
logo appears. When Windows CE has successfully loaded, the startup desktop
is displayed.
Note:
The screen may go blank for a few seconds after the splash screen loading
bar reaches the end. This is part of the normal Windows CE .NET cold
boot process. The desktop is displayed after a few moments.
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Configuring An IEEE 802.11 Radio In The Unit
2.3 Configuring An IEEE 802.11 Radio In The Unit
The most common 802.11b settings are configured as defaults. However, there are
some fields that must be completed, including the SSID of your access point and the
security methods implemented in the network (including access keys).
Important:
If the 7535/7530 is equipped with a radio that has never been configured, the radio settings dialog box opens automatically when
the unit is powered on. In this case, skip to Step 4 on page 24.
To configure the 802.11b radio:
1. Tap on the Start button in the taskbar, and tap on Settings, Network
and Dial-up Connections.
If you’re using the keyboard, press <BLUE> 0 to display the Start
Menu. Use the <DOWN> arrow key to highlight Settings. Press the
<RIGHT> arrow key to display the sub-menu. Highlight Network, and
press <ENTER>.
Figure 2.5 Network And Dial-Up Connections
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2. Choose the radio icon to open the 802.11b Wireless LAN Settings
window – in the sample screen, this is labelled $NETWLAN1.
Figure 2.6 802.11b Wireless LAN Settings Window
3. Wireless Statistics Tab
When you choose the Wireless LAN icon, an 802.11b Wireless LAN
Settings window ($NETWLAN1 in the sample below) is displayed.
Figure 2.7 Wireless Statistics
This tab lists your radio statistics. Choosing the Zero button resets the
statistics of the last four items – Packets IN, Packets OUT, IN errors and
OUT errors.
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Display the next tab in this window – Wireless Information.
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4. Wireless Information Tab
The options under this tab display existing networks to which you can
connect, and it allows you to add a new network or modify the settings
for an existing network.
Note:
Configure button – To change the settings in an existing network, highlight the network you want to modify, and choose the Configure button to
display the Wireless Properties dialog box.
Connect button – To force connection to a specific, existing network,
highlight the network to which you want your 7535/7530 to connect, and
choose the Connect button.
Figure 2.8 Wireless Information Tab
This tab lists available networks – any access points that are broadcasting
an SSID, and it lists preferred networks – networks that you have configured. Since access points are generally secure, they will most likely not
be listed here. By default, 7535/7530 attempts to connect to preferred networks. This behaviour can be changed by enabling Automatically connect
to non-preferred networks in the Advanced dialog box (page 30).
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5. Wireless Properties
Figure 2.9 Wireless Properties Dialog Box
Network name (SSID):
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Type the appropriate SSID (Service Set Identifier) in the Network name
(SSID) text box at the top of this dialog box.
The Network name field can contain a maximum of 32 characters. The
name assigned here is listed as a preferred network.
Important:
Keep in mind that the 7535/7530 will only communicate with
access points that are configured with the same SSID.
Ad Hoc And Infrastructure
If you are using an Infrastructure network – one in which 7535/7530s must
pass data through an access point – leave the checkbox next to This is an
ad hoc network blank.
If you are using an Ad Hoc network – a network in which 7535/7530s pass
data directly to other 7535/7530s without an access point – highlight This is
an ad hoc network, and add a checkmark in the checkbox to enable
Ad Hoc.
Encryption
WEP (Wired-Equivalent Privacy) encryption prevents others from accidentally accessing your network. If you are not using encryption, you can
choose Disabled from the dropdown encryption menu. Otherwise, leave
this field as is.
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Authentication
802.11 supports two subtypes of network authentication services: Open
and Shared. Under Open authentication, any wireless station can request
authentication. The station that needs to authenticate with another wireless
station sends an authentication management frame that contains the identity
of the sending station. The receiving station then sends back a frame that
indicates whether it recognizes the identity of the sending station.
Under Shared authentication, each wireless station is assumed to have
received a secret shared key over a secure channel that is independent from
the 802.11 wireless network communications channel.
Network Key:
This text box is used to specify a 5 or 13 ASCII character sequence or an
equivalent 10 or 26 Hexadecimal digit sequence that matches the active
WEP key on the access point.
To assign a Network key:
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Highlight The key is provided automatically, and uncheck the checkbox
to disable this option.
Disable this option to
access Network Key &
Key Index fields.
Figure 2.10 Accessing Network Key And Key Index
Key Index:
This field is used to identify the WEP key.
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Enable 802.1x authentication
802.1X is the IEEE standard that offers additional security for local area
networks. It provides authentication for user devices attached to an Ethernet
network, whether wired or wireless. A security protocol packet such as TLS
or MD5 encapsulated in an EAP is used in conjunction with the 802.1X
standard to authenticate users at the MAC layer. Available EAPs are listed
in the dropdown menu next to the EAP option.
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To activate 802.1X, highlight 802.1x authentication, and check
the checkbox.
EAP Type (Extensible Authentication Protocol):
This dropdown menu lists the EAP types available on your system. The
items in this dropdown menu will vary depending on your network setup.
Keep in mind also that some authentication protocols require that you select
a Certificate. By selecting the Properties button, you will be able to select a
Certificate. “Certificate Assignment” on page 115 provides a website that
outlines how to create certificates for your network.
6. Saving and exiting the radio setup.
Once you have completed your configuration, press <ENTER>, or tap
on OK.
The connection you created will be listed in the Wireless Information tab as a
preferred network. The radio will search for the SSID and will compare the WEP
and authentication information you specified. If there is a match between your handheld settings and the access point settings, the hand-held will communicate on the
network through the access point.
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Assigning An IP Address
2.3.1 Assigning An IP Address
If your network is not using a DHCP server, you will need to assign an IP address.
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In the $NETWLAN1 Settings window, display the IP Information tab.
Figure 2.11 IP Information
Note:
Choosing the Renew button forces the 7535/7530 to renew or find a new
IP address. This is useful if, for example, you are out of communication
range for a longer period of time and your 7535/7530 is dropped from the
network.
To define a static IP address:
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Tap on the Configure button.
Figure 2.12 Defining An IP Address
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Name Servers Tab
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Tap the stylus on the radio button next to Specify an IP address to select it.
Type an IP, Subnet Mask and Default Gateway address in the appropriate
fields. Press <ENTER> to save your information.
2.3.2 Name Servers Tab
Note:
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If DHCP is enabled, name server addresses are assigned automatically.
In the $NETWLAN1 Settings window, display the IP Information tab.
In the IP Information tab, tap on the Configure button.
Display the Name Servers tab.
Figure 2.13 Name Servers Tab
The DNS and WINS fields in the Name Servers tab allow you to specify additional
WINS and DNS resolvers. The format for these fields is ###.###.###.###.
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Advanced Features
2.3.3 Advanced Features
To display the Advanced Wireless Settings dialog box:
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Tap the Advanced button in the Wireless Information tab.
This window lists the available preferred networks.
Figure 2.14 Advanced Settings
2.3.3.1
Rearranging Preferred Networks
The 7535/7530 attempts to connect with the networks listed in this dialog box in
sequence, beginning at the top of the list. If you need to rearrange this list of
networks – move networks up and down in the list:
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Move the cursor into the networks list, and
In the networks list, highlight the network that you want to move up or
down in the list.
To move the highlighted item in the list upward or downward, tap on the Up
or Down button.
Deleting A Preferred Network
To delete a network from this list:
• In the networks list, highlight the network that you want to remove.
• Tap on the Delete button.
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Changing Network Properties
2.3.3.3
Changing Network Properties
To change the properties of an existing preferred network:
• Highlight the network that you want to modify.
• Tap on the Properties button.
• Make any necessary changes in the Wireless Properties dialog box, and
press <ENTER> to save the changes.
2.4 Checking The Scanner
Note:
Details about operating and troubleshooting scanners and RFID readers
are provided under the heading “Internal Scanners” on page 53.
If your 7535/7530 is equipped with an internal scanner, it will successfully decode
most 1D bar codes as delivered. Press the SCAN button and check for a valid
decode on any UPC bar code. If desired, set the Dot Time parameter to zero in the
Teklogix Scanners applet in the Control Panel to turn off the default aiming dot.
Performance is improved if you disable all unneeded bar codes in the Bar Codes
screen. Review “Scanner Properties Setup” on page 150 for details about bar codes.
2.5 Using Microsoft® ActiveSync®
ActiveSync® – Microsoft PC connectivity software – can be used to connect the
hand-held to PCs running this software.
Note:
Keep in mind that you’ll need to run the USB Setup program to
configure your workstation before connecting the 7535/7530 via USB.
For information about the USB application, refer to Appendix D: USB
Setup Application.
By connecting the 7535/7530 to a PC with a cable and running ActiveSync on the
PC, you can:
• View 7535/7530 files from Windows Explorer.
• Drag and drop files between the 7535/7530 and the PC in the same way that
you would between PC drives.
• Back up 7535/7530 files to the PC, then restore them from the PC to the
hand-held again, if needed, and so on.
To install ActiveSync, follow the step-by-step instructions provided with the
program’s setup wizard. Refer to the following website for details:
http://www.microsoft.com/windowsmobile/resources/downloads/pocketpc/activesync35.mspx
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Calibrating The Touchscreen
2.6 Calibrating The Touchscreen
Note:
Keep in mind that all 7530 hand-helds are equipped with touchscreens
as a standard feature. 7535 hand-helds can be ordered with or without
a touchscreens.
If your 7535/7530 is equipped with a touchscreen, it will need to be calibrated.
Refer to “Calibrating The Touchscreen” on page 46 for details.
2.7 Resetting The Hand-Held
Warm Reset
To execute a warm reset:
• Press and hold down the <BLUE> key and the <ENTER/ON> key simultaneously for a minimum of six seconds.
A warm reset closes open applications; any unsaved data are lost. Installed
programs and saved data are preserved.
Note:
You do not need to reset your WORKABOUT PRO after configuring the radio.
Cold Reset
Important:
A cold reset returns the WORKABOUT PRO to factory settings.
All data and settings are lost. Files and data stored in flash
are preserved.
There are two options when executing a cold reset: reset to BootLoader or reset
directly to Windows CE .NET operating system.
To execute a cold reset and access the BootLoader menu:
• Press and hold down the left <SCAN> key, the <BLUE> key and the
<ENTER> key simultaneously for a minimum of six seconds.
After a cold reset, the BootLoader menu appears.
• Type 1 to continue loading the Windows CE .NET operating system.
Once the operating system loads, a cab file containing utilities, drivers and software
updates is automatically installed, and the unit executes a warm start.
To execute a cold reset and launch the Windows CE .NET operating system
immediately:
• Press and hold down the <BLUE>, <ORANGE> and <ENTER> keys for
minimum of 6 seconds.
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GETTING TO KNOW YOUR 7535/7530
3.1 Features Of The 7535 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
3.2 Features Of The 7530 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
3.3 The Battery . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
3.3.1 Battery Safety . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
3.3.2 Removing And Installing The Battery Pack . . . . . . . .
3.3.3 Battery Chargers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
3.4 Switching The Hand-Held On And Off . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
3.5 The Keyboard . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
3.5.1 Modifier Keys . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
3.5.1.1 Activating Modifier Keys . . . . . . . . . . . . .
3.5.1.2 Locking Modifier Keys . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
3.5.2 The Keys . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
3.5.3 Alphanumeric Keyboards - 58-Key And 63-Key . . . . .
3.5.4 Numeric Keyboards - 36-Key And 37-Key . . . . . . . .
3.5.5 The Keypad Backlight . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
3.6 The Display . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
3.6.1 Adjusting The Display Backlight . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
3.6.2 Adjusting The Contrast . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
3.6.3 Calibrating The Touchscreen . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
3.7 7535/7530 Indicators . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
3.7.1 LEDs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
3.7.1.1 Charge LED . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
3.7.1.2 Radio Traffic LED . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
3.7.1.3 Scan LED . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
3.7.1.4 User Application LED . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
3.7.2 Onscreen Indicators. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
3.7.3 Audio Indicators . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
3.7.3.1 Adjusting The Beeper Volume. . . . . . . . . . .
3.8 Internal Scanners . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
3.8.1 Scanning Techniques . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
3.8.2 Scan LED Indicators . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
3.8.3 Troubleshooting. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
3.8.4 Operating One Dimensional (1D) Internal Laser Scanners
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3.8.6 Operating Internal Two Dimensional (2D) Imager Scanners .
3.8.7 Operating RFID/Scanner Modules . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
3.9 Connecting & Disconnecting Tethered Peripherals . . . . . . . . .
3.10 Monitoring The Battery And Maximizing Run Time . . . . . . .
3.10.1 Storing Batteries . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
3.11 Monitoring The Network Connection . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
3.12 Uploading Data In A Docking Station . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
3.13 General Maintenance. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
3.13.1 Caring For The Touchscreen. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
3.13.2 Cleaning The 7535/7530. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Features Of The 7535
3.1 Features Of The 7535
7535 Screen
Sound Port
Ambient Light Sensor
Tether Port
Docking Port
Figure 3.1 Front Of 7535
Scanner Window
Stylus
(Pointing Tool)
Warning Label
Battery Pack
Tether Port
Figure 3.2 Back Of 7535
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Features Of The 7530
3.2 Features Of The 7530
Stylus
(Pointing Tool)
Sound Port
7530 Screen
Ambient Light
Sensor
Microphone
Beeper Port
Figure 3.3 Front Of 7530
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The Battery
Scanner Window
Tether Port
Battery Pack
Docking Port
Figure 3.4 Back Of 7530
3.3 The Battery
The hand-held operates with a Lithium-Ion battery pack. Preparing the unit for
operation requires that a battery pack be charged and installed in the 7535/7530.
3.3.1 Battery Safety
Important:
Before attempting to install, use or charge the battery pack, it is
critical that you review and follow the important safety guidelines
in the section entitled “Lithium-Ion Battery Safety Precautions”
beginning on page 323.
3.3.2 Removing And Installing The Battery Pack
Note:
TURN OFF THE HAND-HELD BEFORE REMOVING THE BATTERY
PACK. If you do not turn the hand-held off before removing the battery, it
may be necessary to reboot the unit. Any active sessions may be lost.
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Battery Chargers
Removing The Battery Pack
•
If your unit is equipped with a hand strap, unhook it from the base of
the battery.
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Press down the release tab at the top of the battery, and slide the battery out.
Installing The Battery Pack
To install the battery pack:
•
Slide the battery pack with the contoured plastic facing you into the
7535/7530. Click the battery into place.
Figure 3.5 Installing The Battery Pack
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If your computer is equipped with a hand strap, insert the hook at the end of
the hand strap into the slot at the base of the battery.
3.3.3 Battery Chargers
Important:
FOR DETAILED INFORMATION about chargers and docking
stations, refer to Chapter 7: Peripheral Devices & Accessories
beginning on page 321. For battery safety, refer to “Lithium-Ion
Battery Safety Precautions” beginning on page 323.
All batteries must be charged before use. The battery can be charged with a variety
of chargers. These include:
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6-Unit Gang Charger (Model #HU3006) – charges up to six Lithium-Ion
batteries at one time.
Portable Docking Module (Model #HU4001 or HU1005 and HU3220) –
charges the 7535/7530 battery (with the battery installed in the unit).
Combo Charger (Model #HU3002) – a desktop charger that charges the
internal battery along with a spare battery pack.
Combo Docking Station (Model #HU4002) – operates as both a charger
and a docking station. Operating as a charger, both the battery installed in
the computer and a spare battery can be charged simultaneously.
Quad Docking Station (Model #HU4004) – can charge the battery of up to
four hand-helds inserted in the docking station while transferring data
through an Ethernet connection.
Powered Cradle (7535 Model # HU1010, 7530 Model # CV1010) – can
charge the hand-held with the battery installed in the hand-held.
It can take from 1.5 to 4 hours to charge a battery. The unit’s intelligent charging
system protects the battery from over-charging by terminating the charge process
when the battery is at maximum capacity.
Note:
Refer to “Monitoring The Battery And Maximizing Run Time” on page 60
for additional information about the battery.
Important:
To avoid damaging the battery, chargers will not begin the charge
process until the battery temperature is between 0° C (32° F) and
39° C (102° F). If the battery is too hot or cold, the battery status
LED flashes yellow and the charge is suspended. Refer to
Table 3.1, “Charge LEDs” on page 49 for details.
3.4 Switching The Hand-Held On And Off
Switching On The Unit
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Note:
Press and hold down the <ENTER/ON> key for at least one second.
When all four LEDs flash yellow, release the <ENTER/ON> button.
If the 7535/7530 is in suspend state, pressing <ENTER/ON> key ‘wakes’
the unit from this state. The screen in which you were working before the
computer entered suspend state is displayed.
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The Keyboard
Switching Off The Unit
Important:
Keep in mind that turning off the 7535/7530 does not result in a
complete reboot; rather, the unit enters a power-saving,
“suspend” state. When the 7535/7530 is turned on from suspend
state, operation resumes within a few seconds.
To switch off the 7535/7530:
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Press the <BLUE> key, and then press the <ENTER/ON> key.
Important:
If the word ‘BLUE’ is displayed in uppercase in the taskbar area
at the bottom of the screen, this key is locked “on” – the
7535/7530 will not switch off. Press the <BLUE> key twice followed by <ENTER/ON> to switch the 7535/7530 off.
If, however, you’ve disabled the “Blue Key” in the ‘One Shot’
dialog box (see “Keyboard One Shot Modes” on page 100), the
7535/7530 can be turned off even when the <BLUE> key is
locked ‘on’.
3.5 The Keyboard
The 7535 offers two types of keyboard layouts – a 58-key keyboard and a 36-key,
large button keyboard. The 7530 also offers two types of keyboard layouts – a
63-key and a 37-key keyboard. Most of the keys on these keyboards operate much
like a desktop computer. Where a key or key function is not consistent with the PC
keyboard, the differences are noted.
The <BLUE> and <ORANGE> modifier keys provide access to additional keys and
system functions. These functions are colour coded in orange and blue print above
the keyboard keys.
3.5.1 Modifier Keys
The <SHIFT>, <CTRL>, <ALT>, <BLUE> and <ORANGE> keys are modifier
keys. Pressing a modifier key changes the function of the next key pressed. For
example, on a 7535 58-key keyboard, a square bracket is printed in orange print
above the <4> key. Pressing the <ORANGE> key followed by the <4> key displays
a square bracket rather than the number 4.
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Activating Modifier Keys
The <SHIFT>, <CTRL> and <ALT> keys operate much like a desktop keyboard
except that they are not chorded (two keys held down simultaneously). The modifier
key must be pressed first followed by the key whose function you want modified.
3.5.1.1
Activating Modifier Keys
When a modifier key is pressed once, it is displayed in lowercase letters in the
taskbar at the bottom of the hand-held screen. For example, if the <CTRL> key is
pressed, ctrl key is displayed at the bottom of the unit screen. Once the next key is
pressed, the modifier key becomes inactive and disappears from the taskbar.
3.5.1.2
Locking Modifier Keys
When a modifier key is pressed twice, it is ‘locked’ on. A ‘locked’ modifier key is
displayed in uppercase letters in the taskbar. For example, pressing the <BLUE>
key twice locks it on – it is displayed as BLUE KEY in the taskbar at the bottom of the
computer screen.
The locked modifier key will remain active until it is pressed a third time to unlock
or turn it off. Once a modifier key is unlocked, the uppercase representation at the
bottom of the screen is no longer displayed.
Note:
The locking function of the <ORANGE> and <BLUE> keys can be disabled so that pressing either of these keys once will lock the keys ‘on’.
If you disable the ‘One Shot’ function of either of these keys, pressing the
<BLUE> and/or <ORANGE> key once will lock the key ‘on’. Pressing
the same key a second time will unlock or turn it ‘off’. Refer to “Keyboard One Shot Modes” on page 100 for details.
3.5.2 The Keys
The <SHIFT> Key
The <SHIFT> key is used to display uppercase alpha characters and provide access
to the symbols above the numeric keys.
The Arrow Keys
The Arrow keys move the cursor around the screen in the direction of the arrow –
up, down, left and right. The cursor is the flashing box or underline character that
indicates where the next character you type will appear.
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Alphanumeric Keyboards - 58-Key And 63-Key
The <BKSP/DEL> Key
The <BKSP> key (sometimes referred to as destructive backspace) moves the
cursor one character to the left, erasing the incorrectly entered key stroke.
The <DEL> key (<BLUE> <BKSP>) erases the character at the cursor position.
The <CTRL> And <ALT> Key
The <CTRL> and <ALT> keys modify the function of the next key pressed and are
application dependent.
The <TAB> Key
Typically, the <TAB> key moves the cursor to the next field to the right or
downward.
The <ESC> Key
Generally, this key is used as a keyboard shortcut to close the current menu, dialog
box or activity and return to the previous one.
The <SPACE> Key
Pressing this key inserts a blank space between characters. In a Windows dialog
box, pressing the <SPACE> key enables or disables a checkbox.
The <SCAN> Key
Pressing the <SCAN> key – the yellow key with the star-burst scan symbol on it –
activates the scanner beam while pressed. For units that do not have internal
scanners, this key is inoperable.
3.5.3 Alphanumeric Keyboards - 58-Key And 63-Key
In addition to alphanumeric keys that are directly accessible on the keyboard (no
key combination is required) and the keys described in this chapter, the 58-key
keyboard (7535) and the 63-key keyboard (7530) also provides function keys and
macro keys.
Function keys <F1> through <F24> can be used with the CE operating system or
another application. The additional function keys – <F25> through <F30> along
with the macros are not used as part of the Windows CE .NET operating system.
All function keys and macro keys can be custom defined for each application. The
Tekterm application utilizes these keys. Refer to “Additional Keyboard Functions”
on page 221 for details about accessing function keys <F25> to <F30>.
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3.5.4 Numeric Keyboards - 36-Key And 37-Key
On 36-key 7535s and 37-key 7530s, all alpha characters are printed on the unit
plastic in orange typeface above the numeric keys. To access an alpha character, you
must first press the <ORANGE> key and then press the numeric key above which
the alpha character you want to type is printed.
Because the alpha keys on these keyboards are laid out much like the letters on a
telephone – generally in groups of three letters per numeric key – you need to take a
few extra steps to access the alphabetic characters. The examples in this section help
illustrate how to access alpha characters.
Choosing A Single Alpha Character
Note:
Keep in mind that the following examples assume that ‘One Shot’ is
enabled, locking the <ORANGE> key on after being pressed only once.
Refer to “Keyboard One Shot Modes” on page 100 for details.
The examples below illustrate how to access A, B and C, all of which are printed in
orange characters above the numeric key, <2>.
To choose the letter ‘a’:
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Press the <ORANGE> key, and press the numeric key <2>.
To choose the letter ‘b’:
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Lock the <ORANGE> key ‘on’, and press <2> twice.
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Unlock the <ORANGE> key.
To choose the letter ‘c’:
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Lock the <ORANGE> key ‘on’.
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Press <2> three times, and then
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Unlock the <ORANGE> key.
Creating Uppercase Letters
To display a capital letter:
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Press the <ORANGE> key and then the <SHIFT> key before typing the
alpha character.
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Choosing More Than One Alpha Character From The Same Key
If you need to choose more than one alpha character from a single key, you’ll need
to press the ‘Accept’ key between alpha selections. The ‘Accept’ key is presented as
an arrow ⇒ symbol above the ‘0’ (zero) key. Pressing this key signals the
7535/7530 to display the alpha character you’ve chosen and await the next selection
from the same key.
For example, suppose you want to type the letters ‘a’, ‘b’ and ‘c’. These letters are
all accessible from the numeric key, <2>.
To type the letter ‘a’:
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Lock the <ORANGE> key ‘on’, and then press the numeric key, <2>.
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Press the ‘Accept’ key < ⇒> to indicate that the letter ‘a’ should be
accepted and that another letter from the same key will be chosen.
To type the letter ‘b’:
• Press the <2> key twice.
• Press < ⇒> to accept the letter ‘b’.
To type the letter ‘c’:
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Press the <2> key three times.
When you have completed your alpha selections from this key, you can do one of the
following:
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If you want to choose additional alpha characters from another key(s),
leave the <ORANGE> key ‘on’, and press the next numeric key that
supports the alpha character you require.
•
If you do not want to choose any additional alpha characters, unlock the
<ORANGE> again, and end alpha selection.
Choosing Multiple Alpha Characters From A Range Of Keys
If you plan on choosing alpha characters from a number of different keys, you are
not required to press the ‘Accept’ < ⇒> key after each alpha selection. The < ⇒>
key is only required when you are choosing more than one alpha character from the
same key – e.g., ‘a’, ‘b’ and ‘c’ from the <2> key.
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Suppose you want to type the letters ‘a’, ‘d’ and ‘g’. These alpha characters are
accessed from the numeric keys <2>, <3> and <4>.
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With the <ORANGE> key locked ‘on’, press <2> to type the letter ‘a’.
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Press <3> to type ‘d’, and press <4> to type the letter ‘g’.
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To end alpha selection, unlock the <ORANGE> key.
3.5.5 The Keypad Backlight
The intensity of the keypad backlight and the conditions under which this backlight
is activated can be configured using the Keyboard icon in the Windows CE .NET
Control Panel. The behaviour of the keypad backlight is tailored in the Keyboard
Properties dialog box. Refer to “Keyboard Backlight” on page 99 for details about
this option.
Note:
Keep in mind that this option may be restricted to supervisory use only.
3.6 The Display
7535s and 7530s are equipped with display backlighting to improve character
visibility in low light conditions. The backlight switches on when a key is pressed
and the ambient light is below the set threshold. A light sensor on the front of the
hand-held determines the ambient light level. On some displays, the contrast can
also be adjusted to further improve character visibility.
3.6.1 Adjusting The Display Backlight
The behaviour of the display backlight – the ambient light threshold below which
the backlight will become active and the intensity of the backlight – can be specified
in the Display Properties dialog box in the Control Panel.
Note:
Refer to “Display Backlight” on page 95 for details about the Display
Properties dialog box.
3.6.2 Adjusting The Contrast
Note:
In addition to the manual adjustments described in this section, the display contrast can also be adjusted using the Windows CE .NET Control
Panel. Refer to “Display Backlight” on page 95 for details about this
dialog box.
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Calibrating The Touchscreen
The display contrast can be adjusted from the unit keyboard using the <BLUE> key
and function keys <F1> and <F2>. Pressing <F1>
darkens the display, and
pressing <F2>
lightens the display. Keep in mind that adjusting the contrast on
a colour display is much less pronounced than on a monochrome display.
To adjust the display contrast:
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Press the <BLUE> key twice to lock it on, and then press <F1>
darken the display or <F2>
to lighten the display.
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Once you’ve successfully adjusted the display contrast, remember to press
the <BLUE> key again to turn it ‘off’.
Note:
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Contrast settings are optimized for the maximum readability. However, if
the display jitters or flickers, consider adjusting the contrast at power up.
3.6.3 Calibrating The Touchscreen
If your 7535/7530 touchscreen has never been calibrated, or if you find that the
stylus pointer is not accurate when you tap on an item, use the Stylus Properties
dialog box in the Control Panel to recalibrate the screen.
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In the Control Panel, choose the Stylus icon to display the Stylus Properties window.
Figure 3.6 Stylus Icon
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Select the Calibration tab, and then choose the Recalibrate button.
Figure 3.7 Calibration Screen
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Follow the directions on the calibration screen to calibrate the screen.
3.7 7535/7530 Indicators
7535s and 7530s use LEDs (Light Emitting Diode), onscreen messages and audio
tones as indicators.
3.7.1 LEDs
Hand-helds are equipped with four tri-coloured LEDs. This section outlines what
these LEDs indicate.
Important:
If an LED is illuminated in red, the operator should be cautious
as this generally indicates an abnormal operating condition or
active laser emission.
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Charge LED
User Application LED
Radio Traffic LED
Scanner LED
Charge LED
Figure 3.8 Keyboard LEDs
Note:
3.7.1.1
The LED function is identical between 7535 and 7530 hand-helds.
Charge LED
The lower-right LED is reserved for internal charger/power status. This indicator is
active even when the hand-held is inserted in a docking station (and in suspend
mode) so that the charge status of the battery can be detected easily.
Function
External power not available.
Fully charged to within 95% of charge
capacity.
Quick charge successfully completed to
within 75% of charge capacity.
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LED off.
LED displays solid green colour.
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Radio Traffic LED
Function
Charge LED Behaviour
Charge in progress.
Cell temperature out of range for charge.
Unable to charge battery.
Charge circuit failure.*
LED displays solid yellow colour.
LED flashes yellow.
LED displays solid red colour.
LED flashes fast red.*
Table 3.1 Charge LEDs
* If the charge fails, refer to the charger troubleshooting sections in ‘Chapter 7:
Peripheral Devices & Accessories’ beginning on page 321 for helpful details.
3.7.1.2Radio Traffic LED
The upper-left LED on your unit flashes either yellow or green to indicate when the
radio transmits and receives data.
Note:
Keep in mind that while the standard 802.11b radio supports the transmit/receive LED, not all radios support this function.
Function
Radio Traffic LED Behaviour
Radio Transmit
Radio Receive
LED flashes yellow.
LED flashes green.
Table 3.2 Transmit and Receive LEDs
3.7.1.3
Scan LED
Successful scans are indicated in two ways – with a scan LED and with an
audio tone.
Function
Scan LED Behaviour
Scan in progress
Successful scan
Unsuccessful scan
LED displays solid red during scan.
LED displays solid green after decode.
Off when scan ended.
LED flashes red.
Table 3.3 Scan LED
3.7.1.4
User Application LED
This indicator is available for user-loaded custom Windows CE .NET applications.
Refer to the 7535/7530 SDK Manual for details about this LED. Neither Windows
CE .NET nor Tekterm use this LED.
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Onscreen Indicators
3.7.2 Onscreen Indicators
The taskbar at the bottom of the screen displays a variety of system status indicators.
Figure 3.9 Taskbar
The taskbar changes dynamically, and only those icons that are applicable are
displayed. For example, if a radio is not installed in your 7535/7530, the radio signal
icon is not displayed in the taskbar.
Windows® Start Button
If you have a touchscreen, you can display the Start Menu by tapping on the
Windows® Start button in the taskbar.
Modifier Key Indicators
<SHIFT>, <CTRL>, <ALT>, <BLUE> and <ORANGE> are modifier keys that
have onscreen indicators to show when a key is active or locked. If a modifier key is
pressed once to activate it, the key is displayed in the taskbar in lowercase characters
– for example, pressing the <BLUE> key once displays blue key in the taskbar. If a
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modifier key is pressed twice, it is ‘locked on’ and the onscreen indicator is
displayed in uppercase letters in the taskbar – for example, pressing <BLUE> twice
displays BLUE KEY in the taskbar.
Battery Gauge
The battery shaped icon displayed in the taskbar provides a visual indication of the
remaining battery power. The icon acts as a meter that is either full, at three-quarter
level, half, quarter level or empty.
When the battery level is low – approximately 15 minutes from empty – a warning
window pops up. When the battery power is completely depleted, a final warning
window indicates that the 7535/7530 will be powered down.
If the 7535/7530 is using external AC power, an AC icon is displayed in the taskbar.
Full
75%
50%
25%
Empty
AC Connection
Battery Charge
The battery charge icon is displayed in the taskbar when the hand-held battery is
being charged.
802.11 Radio Signal Quality
Increasing radio signal quality is represented by longer, filled bars within this icon.
Good
Reception
Weak
Reception
No Radio
Link
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Narrow Band Radio Signal Quality
Increasing radio signal quality is represented by vertical bars within this icon.
Good
Reception
Weak
Reception
No Radio
Link
Tethered Devices
When a peripheral is attached to the tether port and activated, an associated icon
appears in the taskbar.
Scanner
USB Device
RFID
Serial Device Scan-See
Docking Device
When a hand-held is inserted in a docking station, charger or cradle, an associated
icon appears in the taskbar.
Gang Charger, Combo Charger & Quad Docking Station
Combo Docking Station
Power Cradle
Portable Docking
Module (PDM)
Bluetooth Radio
If a Bluetooth radio is installed in your unit, this icon is displayed in the taskbar.
Security Level
Security levels can be set to limit user access. In addition, applications can be
restricted to prevent inadvertent changes.
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Audio Indicators
Wireless WAN
These icons provide access to and information about the 7535/7530 GSM/GPRS
wide area networking status. Refer to “Wireless WAN” on page 202 for details
about each of these taskbar icons.
3.7.3 Audio Indicators
The beeper provides a variety of sounds and can be configured to emit a sound when
a key is pressed, a keyboard character is rejected, scan input is accepted or rejected,
an operator’s entry does not match in a match field or the battery is low. The volume
function keys are located in the top row of the keyboard. The increase volume key is
labelled with a plus symbol
and the decrease volume function key is labelled
with a minus symbol
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3.7.3.1
Adjusting The Beeper Volume
On 58-key and 63-key keyboards, the volume function keys are accessed by
pressing <BLUE> <F5> and <F6>.
On 36-key and 37-key keyboards, the volume function keys are accessed by
pressing <BLUE> < F3> and <F4>.
To adjust the beeper volume:
• Press the <BLUE> key twice to lock the key ‘on’ and then, press the
increase volume function key
or the decrease volume
function
key until the volume meets your requirements.
• Remember to press the <BLUE> key again to turn it ‘off’.
3.8 Internal Scanners
Important:
For detailed scanner specifications and decode zone tables, refer
to “Internal Scanner Specifications” beginning on page 353.
The 7535 and 7530 support a wide range of scanner options to address a variety of user
application requirements. The scanner installed in your unit can be configured using the
Scanner Properties dialog box in the Control Panel. External, non-decoded scanners
are also configured through the Control Panel.
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Internal Scanners
However, external decoded scanners must be configured by scanning special configuration bar codes. In these cases, the scanner manufacturer provides programming
manuals for configuration purposes.
• For Symbol decoded scanners, refer to the appropriate programming guide:
• P300.
• LS3408
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For Symbol non-decoded scanners, refer to the LS3200 Programming Guide.
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For Power Scan (PSC) decoded and non-decoded scanners, refer to the
Powerscan Programing Guide (PSC).
Scanner types include:
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Advanced Long Range – reads very large 1D bar codes (60 mil+) at very
long distances (up to 14m).
Long Range – reads large 1D bar codes (55 mil) at long distances
(up to 3m).
Wide Angle – reads large (or long) 1D bar codes (55 mil) at short distances
High Performance – reads regular bar codes (5 - 55 mil) at medium distances (up to 1m).
Short Range (SE923) – reads regular bar codes at short distances. This
scanner is included with an RFID reader in the combo RFID/laser option.
RFID – is a short-range device that can read RFID tags within 1 cm. of the
hand-held scanner window. It supports the Sirit 13.56MHz RFID
reader/writer module and the Sirit 13.56MHz combo RFID reader/writer
laser bar code scanner module. These modules read the following RFID
tags: Phillips I-Code, Texas Instruments Tag-It, ISO-15693, Microchip
MCRF350 series, Inside Technologies PicoTag.
The bar code scanner reads the following bar codes: UPC/EAN, Code 128,
Code 39, Code 93, I 2 of 5, Discrete 2 of 5, Codabar and MSI Plessey.
Fuzzy Logic – reads damaged or low contrast regular 1D bar codes (5 55mil) at medium distances (up to 1m).
PDF Raster Laser – reads 2D PDF bar codes or regular bar codes at short to
medium distances.
2D Imager - reads regular 1D and all 2D bar codes at short to medium distances.
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Scanning Techniques
It is critical that you review the warnings listed in the “Approvals and Safety” section
at the beginning of this manual before using any of the scanners described in this
chapter. “Scanning Techniques” outlines the mechanics of a successful scan. In
addition, review “Scan LED Indicators” on page 55 to better understand how to
interpret whether or not a bar code has been successfully scanned. Finally,
“Troubleshooting” on page 56 provides some helpful suggestions should the scan fail.
3.8.1 Scanning Techniques
Note:
The scanning techniques described here apply to internal and external
scanners.
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Hold the scanner at an angle. Do not hold it perpendicular to the bar code.
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Do not hold the scanner directly over the bar code. In this position, light can
reflect back into the scanner’s exit window and prevent a successful decode.
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Scan the entire bar code. If you are using a 1D or PDF laser scanner, make
certain that the scan beam crosses every bar and space on the bar code,
including the margins on either end of the symbol.
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If you are using a 2D imaging scanner, make certain the red, oval shaped
framing mark is centered within the bar code you want to scan.
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Hold the scanner farther away for larger bar codes.
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Hold the scanner closer for bar codes with bars that are close together.
3.8.2 Scan LED Indicators
The scanner LED (the lower-left LED) indicates whether or not your scan is
successful. The LED behaves as follows:
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Scan In Progress: scan LED displays solid red colour.
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Successful Scan: scan LED displays solid green colour and turns off when
the scan is ended.
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Unsuccessful scan: scan LED flashes red.
A bar code icon appears on the screen during a scan. While the scanner beam
is active, the onscreen message states – SCANNING. If the scan is successful,
the bar code data is displayed on the screen until the scan button (or pistol trigger)
is released.
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Troubleshooting
3.8.3 Troubleshooting
If the scanner is not working, investigate the following:
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Is the unit on?
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Check that the bar code symbology being scanned is enabled for the
hand-held you are using. Check any other parameters that affect the scanning procedure or the bar code.
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Check the bar code to make sure it is not damaged. Try scanning a different
bar code to verify that the problem is not with the bar code.
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Check that the bar code is within the proper range.
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Does the hand-held display the warning without scanning? This suggests a
hardware problem in the hand-held.
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Is the laser beam scanning across the bar code?
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Once the scan beam has stopped, check the scanner window for
dirt or fogging.
3.8.4 Operating One Dimensional (1D) Internal Laser Scanners
• Turn the hand-held on. Wait until the unit has booted up completely.
Important: If an aiming dot is available on the installed scanner, the dot will
be enabled for a configurable time period (including off), after
which normal scanning begins. Refer to “Dot Time (msec)” on
page 153 for details.
Double-clicking the trigger will override the aiming delay and
initiate an immediate scan. Note that the aiming dot is standard
on long-range and high visibility internal scanners.
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Aim at the bar code and press the scan key or the trigger. A scan beam and a
warning indicator appear until a successful decode is achieved or six
seconds have elapsed.
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3.8.5 Operating Internal PDF Laser Scanners
This scanner decodes PDF417 two-dimensional bar codes.
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Turn the hand-held on. Wait until the unit has booted up completely.
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Aim at the bar code and press the scan key or the trigger. The beam expands
into a rectangle covering the bar code to properly scan it. The scan beam
and a warning indicator are visible until a successful decode is achieved or
three seconds have elapsed.
3.8.6 Operating Internal Two Dimensional (2D) Imager Scanners
An imager scanner takes a snap shot of a single bar code or multiple bar codes (at
one time). It can find a bar code regardless of its orientation – that is, even a bar
code printed at a 45 degree angle to the hand-held will be decoded successfully.
Note:
When scanning multiple bar codes, ensure that all of the desired bar
codes are within the field of view of the scanner. It is possible that even
when all bar codes are within the field of view, not all of them will be
decoded. Only successfully decoded bar codes are passed to the application program. The application program then issues a warning, asking that
you scan the missing bar codes.
When scanning a single bar code, ensure that only the desired bar code is
within the field of view of the scanner.
Because imager scanners generally have a shorter depth of field than laser scanners,
some practise may be required to find the optimal distance from the types of bar
codes being scanned. Although the imager includes illumination LEDs, ambient
light will help the imager decode the bar codes, especially if the bar code is far from
the hand-held.
Important:
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Keep in mind that the imager scanner is a camera, and the LED
illumination is a flash. Glare can be an issue on reflective media
such as plastic coated bar codes, just as glare is an issue for photographers. When pointing at a shiny surface, either shift the bar
code to the side or top, or angle the bar code so that the glare
reflects away from the imager scanner.
Turn the hand-held computer on. Wait until the unit has booted
up completely.
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Operating RFID/Scanner Modules
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Aim at the bar code and press the scan key or the trigger.
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When the scan button or trigger is pressed, a red, oval shaped light (the
framing marker) is displayed. Centre the framing marker in the field –
either in the centre of the bar code you want to scan or in the centre of the
area in which multiple bar codes are to be scanned.
Illumination LEDs will flash and a picture of the bar code(s) is taken.
3.8.7 Operating RFID/Scanner Modules
The RFID module is a short-range device. Configuration is not required for the
RFID reader.
Important:
For successful reads, the distance from the hand-held to the
RFID tag varies depending on the type of tag.
Reading An RFID Tag
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Turn the hand-held on. Wait until the unit has booted up completely.
Position the scanner window of the 7535/7530 no more than 1 centimetre
from the tag. Depending on the type of tag you are reading, you may actually need the 7535/7530 scanner window to touch the RFID tag.
To test how the unit reads and writes RFID tags, a demonstration application has been
provided. The demo application - RfidReader - is located in the \Windows folder.
This demo application performs the following tasks:
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Loads the internal RFID device driver and displays driver/device information.
Reads the in-range tag data when the scan trigger is pressed.
Converts the tag data to text format and outputs the text to the keyboard buffer.
Provides a UI (User Interface) to notify the operator that the RFID device is
currently active (since there is no physical indicator from the reader).
Provides a UI to allow the operator to modify various text conversion settings.
Note:
The UI (User Interface) for this application is a single system tray icon.
The icon changes when the RFID device is active and also indicates a
successful or unsuccessful scan. In addition, it displays a “scanning” bar
code indicator during the read process.
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Caches a short list of previously read tags to make it easier for the operator
to repeat the ‘output to keyboard buffer’ process.
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Connecting & Disconnecting Tethered Peripherals
Scanning A Bar Code
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Note:
Turn the hand-held on. Wait until the unit has booted up completely.
Aim at the bar code and press the scan key or the trigger. The beam
expands, covering the bar code to properly scan it. The scan beam and a
warning indicator are visible until a successful decode is achieved or three
seconds have elapsed.
The SE923 scanner is not equipped with a targeting dot.
3.9 Connecting & Disconnecting Tethered Peripherals
Tethered peripherals such as scanners and printers connect to the hand-held
computer with a quick release, circular connector. When a peripheral is connected to
the hand-held, the unit detects the peripheral and loads the necessary drivers for it.
An icon in the taskbar at the bottom of the screen provides a visual representation of
the peripheral and indicates that it is ready for operation.
To attach the peripheral to the round, tether port on the side of the unit:
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Insert the barrel of the plug into the tether port and rotate slowly until
it clicks into place. The red dot on the port and on the connector should
be aligned.
Figure 3.10 Attaching The Cable To The Tether Port
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Monitoring The Battery And Maximizing Run Time
To remove the peripheral:
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Grasp the shell of the plug, and pull it back gently to unlock and release the
connector.
Figure 3.11 Disconnecting The Tether Cable
Important:
Never attempt to disconnect a peripheral by pulling the connector
by the wire. The connector is locked into place and can only be
unlocked and removed by pulling back the plug shell.
3.10 Monitoring The Battery And Maximizing Run Time
Under normal operating conditions, fully charged batteries last for 10 hours. As
Lithium-Ion batteries age, their capacity decreases gradually, and they are generally
considered depleted after approximately 2 years of use (less than 60% of original
capacity remaining). Keep in mind however that heavy usage or operating the
7535/7530 at temperature extremes will shorten the battery life.
Lithium-Ion batteries do not require conditioning cycles and the 7535/7530 battery
system (including chargers) requires no user interaction to maintain peak
performance.
To maximize the run time of your batteries, consider the following:
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The display backlight is the largest drain on the battery. Try to keep its
brightness as low as possible.
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The hand-held is ‘event’ driven – that is, when the unit is not in use, it
reverts to sleep mode (even when it appears to be running), saving battery
power. Events include a key press, touchscreen taps and scan triggers.
Power consumption is reduced if you avoid unnecessary events, and allow
the unit to sleep as much as possible.
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The hand-held battery is a ‘smart battery’ with built-in intelligence. The
taskbar battery icon is a linear gauge used to estimate the remaining run
time of the battery. It is important to note that the battery capacity icon displays quarter percentages of nominal capacity (the capacity of a new battery). An aged battery, even when fully charged, shows somewhat less
capacity than nominal.
Double-tapping on the battery icon displays a dialog box that provides
detailed information about the battery status and performance. If the
remaining capacity indication seems inaccurate, the battery may need recalibration. Recalibration requires that the battery be fully charged, discharged
and then charged again before use. If the battery is fully discharged and
charged on a regular basis, recalibration should not be necessary.
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When the hand-held is switched off, it goes into a low-power, suspend state
but continues to draw a small amount of power from the battery. This
should not be an issue unless the unit is left in suspend state for more than a
week – in this case, the battery should be removed.
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Batteries left unused for durations of more than one or two months should
be fully charged, discharged and then charged again before use. This recalibrates the gas gauge and allows the internal electronics to determine the
actual capacity of the battery.
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Storing Batteries
3.10.1 Storing Batteries
Long term battery storage is not recommended. If storage is necessary:
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Always try to use a ‘first-in first-out’ approach to minimize storage time.
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Lithium-Ion batteries age much faster at elevated temperatures. Store batteries at temperatures between 0° C and 20°C.
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Always charge batteries to 40 to 60% before storing them. Batteries can be
damaged by an over-discharge phenomenon that occurs when an empty
battery is stored for a long period of time such that the cell voltage drops
below a lower limit.
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To minimize storage degradation, recharge stored batteries to 40 to 60%
every 4 or 6 months to prevent over-discharge damage.
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A ‘never used’ Li-Ion battery that has been stored for 3 years may have
limited or no useful life remaining once put into service. Think of batteries
as perishable goods.
3.11 Monitoring The Network Connection
If your hand-held is equipped with a wireless LAN radio, it will typically associate
with the nearest access point. The radio signal quality meter in the taskbar indicates
the relative strength of the communication link.
To access the radio signal icon:
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Tap on the radio icon in the taskbar to display the wireless statistics
dialog box.
To access the radio signal icon using the keyboard:
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Press <BLUE> <0> to display the Start Menu.
Highlight Shortcuts and then choose System Tray from the sub-menu.
Use the <LEFT> and <RIGHT> arrow keys to highlight the radio signal
icon in the taskbar.
Press <ENTER> to display the Wireless Statistics dialog box.
Moving in and out of the radio coverage area can have varying effects on
a network session. At times, you may need to renew your connection by
logging in again.
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3.12 Uploading Data In A Docking Station
The Combo Docking and Quad Docking peripherals allow your hand-held to link to
an Ethernet network. They are typically used to upload transaction data to a server
computer when a radio link is not available. When a 7535/7530 is properly inserted
in a docking station, a dock icon is displayed in the taskbar at the bottom of the unit
screen. The hand-held also detects the presence of the Ethernet network. Review the
documentation provided with the user application installed in your 7535 or 7530
before preforming data uploads.
3.13 General Maintenance
3.13.1 Caring For The Touchscreen
The touchscreen is covered with a thin, flexible polyester plastic sheet with a
conductive coating on the inside. The polyester can be permanently damaged by
harsh chemicals and is susceptible to abrasions and scratches. Using sharp objects
on the touchscreen can scratch or cut the plastic, or crack the internal conductive
coating.
The chemicals listed below must not come into contact with the touchscreen:
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mustard, ketchup
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sodium hydroxide,
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concentrated caustic solutions,
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benzyl alcohol, and
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concentrated acids.
If the touchscreen is used in harsh environments, consider applying a disposable
screen protector (PN HU6110). These covers reduce the clarity of the display
slightly but will dramatically extend the useful life of the touchscreen. When they
become scratched and abraded, they are easily removed and replaced.
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3.13.2 Cleaning The 7535/7530
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detergent to wipe the unit clean.
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Use only mild detergent or soapy water to clean the hand-held unit.
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Avoid abrasive cleaners, solvents or strong chemicals for cleaning. The
7535/7530 has a plastic case that is susceptible to harsh chemicals. The
plastic is partially soluble in oils, mineral spirits and gasoline. The plastic
slowly decomposes in strong alkaline solutions.
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WORKING WITH WINDOWS CE
4.1 Navigating In Windows CE .NET And Applications .
4.1.1 Navigating Using A Touchscreen And Stylus .
4.1.2 Navigating Using The Keyboard . . . . . . . .
4.2 Working With Files, Folders And Programs . . . . .
4.3 The Startup Desktop . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
4.3.1 The Desktop Icons . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
4.3.2 The Taskbar . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
4.3.2.1 Using The Taskbar . . . . . . . . . . .
4.3.2.2 Customizing The Taskbar . . . . . . .
4.4 The Start Menu . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
4.4.1 The Desktop . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
4.4.2 Security Settings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
4.4.3 Programs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
4.4.4 Shortcuts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
4.4.5 Settings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
4.4.6 Run . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
4.4.7 Shutdown . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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4.1 Navigating In Windows CE .NET And Applications
Graphic user interfaces like Windows CE .NET for portable devices and desktop
Windows (2000, XP, etc.) utilize ‘point and click’ navigation. An equivalent
keyboard shortcut is also available for every ‘point and click’ action.
Windows CE .NET supports the same ‘point and click’ user interface and keyboard
shortcuts as desktop Windows with one difference – the ‘point and click’ action is
accomplished using a touchscreen rather than a mouse. Actions can be performed
using any combination of keyboard shortcuts or touchscreen tapping. (Keep in mind
that some 7535s are not equipped with touchscreens).
4.1.1 Navigating Using A Touchscreen And Stylus
Note:
If the touchscreen is not registering your screen taps accurately, the
touchscreen may need recalibration. Refer to “Calibrating The Touchscreen” on page 46.
A touchscreen is standard for all 7530s but is an optional feature on 7535s. A
hand-held equipped with a touchscreen has a stylus – a pointing tool that looks
like a pen – stored in a slot at the top of the unit. The stylus is used to select objects
on the touchscreen.
Note: To prevent damage to the touchscreen, use only the stylus (pen)
supplied with your 7535/7530.
To choose an icon, open a file, launch an applet or open a folder:
• Double-tap the stylus on the appropriate icon.
4.1.2 Navigating Using The Keyboard
While all 7530s are equipped with touchscreens, 7535s can be ordered with or
without touchscreens. If your 7535 has a standard screen (rather than a touchscreen),
choosing icons and navigating dialog boxes, displaying the desktop, and so on
requires keyboard input. If your unit has already been fully configured and your
application is launched at startup, you’ll have little need for keyboard navigation.
Note: Keep in mind that these keyboard sequences can be used on all 7535s and
7530s regardless of whether or not they are equipped with touchscreens.
Operation
Key or Key Combination
Switch between active applications
<ALT> <TAB>
Open task manager
<ALT> <ESC>
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Move the cursor
Arrow keys
Open file, folder or icon
<ENTER>
Exit & Save
<ENTER>
Close/Exit & Do Not Save
<ESC>
Navigate Dialog Boxes
<TAB>
To move cursor up <SHIFT> <TAB>
To display the contents of the next ‘tab’ in
a dialog box <CTRL> <TAB>
Select Radio Button/Press Button
<SPACE>
Go to Start Menu
<BLUE><0>
Table 4.1 Keyboard Navigation
Keep in mind that unlike a desktop computer, the 7535/7530 does not support key
chording (pressing two keys at the same time). You must press one key followed by
the next in sequence.
Refer to “Working With Files, Folders And Programs” for additional details about
keyboard navigation.
4.2 Working With Files, Folders And Programs
Folder
Program Icon
File
Figure 4.1 Working With Windows Icons
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Double-tap on the appropriate icon – either a folder icon, a program icon or
a file icon – to open or launch your selection.
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If you’re using the keyboard:
• Use the arrow keys to highlight the icon you want to open or launch.
• Press <ENTER>.
4.3 The Startup Desktop
When the 7535/7530 boots up, the startup desktop (shell) is displayed. Any
applications stored in the Startup folder start up immediately.
Note:
The startup folder is located in \Windows\StartUp and
\Flash Disk\StartUp.
Figure 4.2 The 7535 Startup Desktop
To access desktop icons:
• Double-tap on the icon to open a window or, in the case of an application
icon, launch an application.
On the keyboard:
• Use the arrow keys to highlight the icon, and press <ENTER> to launch the
highlighted icon.
Note: If the arrow keys do not highlight the desktop icons, the desktop may not
be selected. Press <BLUE> 0 (zero) to display the Start Menu, and select
Desktop. Now the desktop will be “in focus” and the arrow keys will highlight the icons.
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The Desktop Icons
4.3.1 The Desktop Icons
The icons displayed in the startup desktop operate in much the same way as those
displayed on any standard PC desktop that is running Windows.
My Computer
Choosing this icon displays the contents of your 7535/7530 computer. If you’re not
sure how to work with the files, folders and programs displayed, refer to “Working
With Files, Folders And Programs” on page 68.
Recycle Bin
This option temporarily stores items that were deleted, allowing you to either
permanently delete or restore these items.
Internet Explorer
Choosing this icon launches Internet Explorer – a standard Windows CE .NET
version. Keep in mind that your supervisor will need to set up access using
the Internet Options and the Network and Dial-up Connections icons in the
Control Panel.
Remote Desktop Connection
This option allows your 7535/7530 to communicate with a remote desktop PC. “Remote
Desktop Connection” on page 89 provides a website with step-by-step instructions.
4.3.2 The Taskbar
Figure 4.3 The Taskbar
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Using The Taskbar
The 7535/7530 is equipped with a taskbar at the bottom of the screen. It displays
icons through which you can view the battery capacity and radio signal quality of
your unit. If the hand-held is attached to a charger, cradle, docking station or PDM,
an associated icon is displayed. In addition, the taskbar displays the application(s)
currently running on your unit and the security level assigned to your 7535/7530.
The taskbar also displays active modifier keys – <SHIFT>, <ALT>, <CTRL>,
<BLUE> and <ORANGE>. Keys that have been locked “on” are displayed in
uppercase letters. For example, if you press the <CTRL> key twice to lock it “on”, it
is displayed as CTRL KEY in the taskbar.
4.3.2.1
Using The Taskbar
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Using the stylus, tap on the indicator you want to view – the battery
icon for example – to display a dialog box listing the current battery
capacity information.
On the keyboard:
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Press <BLUE> <0> to display the Start Menu.
Choose Shortcuts from the Start Menu, and then press the <RIGHT>
arrow key to display the sub-menu.
Choose System Tray in the sub-menu.
Use the arrow keys to highlight the icon in the taskbar about which you’d
like more information.
Press <ENTER> to display the appropriate dialog box.
Customizing The Taskbar
To customize the taskbar so that it displays only those icons you require:
• In the Start Menu, choose Settings, and then Taskbar.
If you’re using the keyboard:
• Press <BLUE> <0> (zero) to display the Start Menu.
• Highlight the Settings option, highlight Taskbar in the sub-menu, and
press <ENTER>.
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The Start Menu
The Taskbar and Start Menu dialog box is displayed.
Figure 4.4 Taskbar And Start Menu Settings
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Tap the stylus on the items you want to activate or deactivate. The check
mark indicates active items.
If you’re using the keyboard:
• Highlight the options you want to activate, and press the <SPACE> key to
select them. A check mark indicates active items.
4.4 The Start Menu
Note:
Some of the Start Menu items may be disabled based on the 7535/7530’s
current security settings.
The Start Menu lists the operations you can access and work with. It is available
from the startup desktop or from within any application.
To display the menu:
• Press <BLUE> <0> (zero).
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Figure 4.5 Start Menu
If you’re using the keyboard:
• Use the arrow keys to highlight a menu item, and press <ENTER>, or
If the menu item has an underlined character:
• Type the underlined alpha character – for example, to display the Power
Info dialog box, type the letter p.
4.4.1 The Desktop
Choosing the Desktop option from the Start Menu displays the 7535/7530 desktop.
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Security Settings
4.4.2 Security Settings
Choosing the Security option from the Start Menu displays a dialog box in which
you can define the access level for the 7535/7530 – Supervisor or User.
Figure 4.6 Security Levels
Assigning The Supervisor Security Level
The security level is represented by an icon in the shape of a lock in the taskbar. The
security levels define the options accessible to the operator in the Start Menu and
the taskbar. By default, the security level is set to User, restricting access to only the
most basic Start Menu items.
To allow access to all the Start Menu and taskbar options:
• In the Security Level dialog box, select the radio button next to Supervisor.
• In the Password field, type the Supervisor level password – the default
password is 123456.
• Select OK – you can now access all menu items in the Start Menu along
with the icons in the taskbar.
Accessing Teklogix Level Security
Important:
The Teklogix security level is reserved for authorized Psion Teklogix personnel only.
Before you can access Teklogix security level, you need to set the security level
to Supervisor.
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Security Settings
In the Security Level dialog box:
• Select the Configure button.
Figure 4.7 Configuring Security
•
Select the checkbox next to Allow Teklogix Security Level to enable this
option, and then select OK.
Figure 4.8 Security Levels
The Teklogix level security is now available in the Security Level dialog box.
• Select the radio button next to Teklogix. To activate this security level,
you’ll need to enter the appropriate Psion Teklogix level password in
the Password field.
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Security Settings
Changing A Password
Note:
Keep in mind that this is the same password as that assigned through the
Password control panel applet. Refer to “Control Panel Icons” on
page 90.
To assign a password:
• Choose a security level, and enter the existing password in the Password
field
• Select the Set Password button.
A dialog box labelled Password Properties is displayed.
• Type the new password in the Password: text box
• In the Confirm Password: text box, retype the new password.
Configuring Security
Choosing the Configure button displays the Configure Security dialog box.
Figure 4.9 Configuring Security
This dialog box allows you to determine which security levels will have an
associated icon displayed in the taskbar. By default, a security icon is not displayed
for user-level security.
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Programs
4.4.3 Programs
•
Choose Programs to display a sub-menu of options.
Figure 4.10 Program Sub-Menu
This sub-menu allows you to choose ActiveSync and Command Prompt, and you
can access the Internet Explorer, installed applications (e.g., Open Tekterm),
Remote Desktop Connection or Windows Explorer.
ActiveSync®
This option allows you to connect to another device using ActiveSync.
Command Prompt
Command Prompt is used to access the DOS command prompt. At the prompt, you
can type DOS commands such as dir to display all the directories in the drive.
Internet Explorer
The 7535/7530 is equipped with Microsoft Internet Explorer consistent with all
Windows CE .NET devices on the market. You can access the Internet Options icon
through the Start Menu under Settings, Control Panel or by double-tapping on the
desktop icon My Computer and then, double-tapping on the Control Panel icon.
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Shortcuts
Windows Explorer
The Windows Explorer installed on your 7535/7530 is consistent with all Windows
CE .NET 4.2 devices. You can access this option from the Start Menu under
Programs, Windows Explorer.
Remote Desktop Connection
Remote Desktop Connection is a 7535/7530 application used to connect to a
Windows Terminal Server so that you can run a “session” on the Server machine
using the 7535/7530 (Windows CE .NET device). “Remote Desktop Connection”
on page 89 provides a website with details about this option.
4.4.4 Shortcuts
Figure 4.11 Shortcuts Sub-Menu
The System Tray
If your touchscreen is not enabled, you can use the System Tray option to access the
icons in the taskbar at the bottom of the screen. The taskbar displays indicators such
as a radio signal icon and the security level. These indicators are attached to dialog
boxes that provide additional information.
• Choose Shortcut, System Tray.
When System Tray is chosen, the taskbar icons become accessible. To display the
dialog box attached to an icon:
• Use the arrow keys to highlight an icon – for example – the security icon.
• Press <ENTER> to display the security level dialog box.
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Shortcuts
Cycle Tasks
When Cycle Tasks is selected (and the Task Manager is not open), you can cycle
through active applications.
To cycle through your active applications:
• Choose Shortcuts, Cycle Tasks, or
Press <ALT> <TAB>.
The Task Manager
The Task Manager allows you to switch to another task or to end an active task. To
display the task manager window:
• Tap on Shortcut, Task Manager, or
Press <ALT> <ESC>.
Figure 4.12 Task Manager
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Settings
4.4.5 Settings
The Settings sub-menu includes the following settings: Control Panel, Network
and Dial-up Connections and Taskbar and Start Menu.
Figure 4.13 Settings Sub-Menu
Control Panel
The Control Panel contains applets used to configure hardware, the operating
system and the shell. If your 7535/7530 is running with the Psion Teklogix Tekterm
application or another application, additional configuration applets may appear in
the Control Panel.
Network And Dial-Up Connections
The Network and Dial-up Connections window allows you to configure the 7535
radio or execute an existing configuration. Refer to “Configuring An IEEE 802.11
Radio In The Unit” on page 22 for radio setup details.
Taskbar And Start Menu
The Taskbar and Start Menu option displays a dialog box in which you can
customize the taskbar, choosing which options will be displayed. Refer to
“Customizing The Taskbar” on page 71 for additional details about this option.
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Run
4.4.6 Run
Choosing the Run option from the Start Menu displays a dialog box in which you
can enter the name of the program, folder or document you want to open or launch.
Figure 4.14 Run Dialog Box
4.4.7 Shutdown
The Shutdown menu includes the following options: Suspend, Warm Reset and
Cold Reset.
Figure 4.15 Shutdown Sub-Menu
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Using A Dialog Box
Note:
This menu varies slightly depending on the security level chosen. When
the 7535/7530 is set to User level, the Shutdown option is replaced by
Suspend. A sub-menu is not available.
At Teklogix security level, an additional option is available in the
sub-menu – Bootloader. This option behaves like cold-reset, except
that the 7535/7530 starts Bootloader rather than Windows CE .NET.
Suspend
The Suspend option suspends the 7535/7530 immediately – this is equivalent to
turning the hand-held off.
Warm Reset
The Warm Reset option resets the 7535/7530, leaving all saved files and (registry)
settings intact. Any unsaved data is lost.
Cold Reset
The Cold Reset option resets the 7535/7530. Any files not stored in permanent
memory are lost; however, the registry settings are saved.
4.5 Using A Dialog Box
A dialog box (like the samples in Figure 4.16) appears when you need to make
selections and enter further information.
You can move between dialog items by tapping on them with your stylus (provided
your unit is equipped with a touchscreen), or by pressing the arrow keys and the
<TAB> key. (<SHIFT> <TAB> moves the cursor backwards.)
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Tabs
Radio
Button
Textbox
Dropdown Menu
Checkbox
Button
Figure 4.16 Dialog Boxes
Note:
If your unit is equipped with a touchscreen, you can use the stylus to tap
on an element in a dialog box to select or deselect it, display dropdown
menu items, save your selections, and so on.
Dialog boxes contain one or more of the following elements:
Tab: A tab separates different elements of a dialog box. Press the <TAB> key until a
tab in the dialog box is highlighted. To display adjoining tabs, press the <RIGHT>
or <LEFT> arrow key. To display the information in the next tab from anywhere in
the window, press <CTRL> <TAB>.
Textbox: A textbox requires that you type information. Press the <TAB> key to
highlight the textbox and then type the appropriate information.
Dropdown: This type of menu is identified by up and down arrows next to the
dropdown menu to indicate that additional options are available. Press the <TAB>
key to highlight the menu, and use the arrow keys on your keyboard to cycle
through the options.
Checkbox: This box allows you to select or deselect an option. To select or deselect
a checkbox, press the <TAB> key to highlight the checkbox, and press the
<SPACE> key to select or deselect it.
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Using A Dialog Box
Radio buttons: These buttons allow you to choose from a number of options. For
example, in the sample screen in Figure 4.16 on page 83 you can choose to Obtain
an IP address via DHCP or Specify an IP address. Press the <TAB> key to
highlight a radio button option, and then select a radio button by pressing the arrow
keys to highlight the appropriate option.
Buttons: This type of button allows you to Save, Delete and so on the options
you’ve chosen in a dialog box. Use the <TAB> key to highlight the button you want
to use. Press the <ENTER> key to activate it.
Saving Your Choices: Once you’ve made all your changes, press the <ENTER>
key to save your changes and exit the window.
Note:
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CONFIGURATION
5.1
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Remote Desktop Connection . . . . . . . . .
Pocket PC Compatibility . . . . . . . . . . .
The Control Panel . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Control Panel Icons . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Basic Setup . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
5.5.1 Display Properties . . . . . . . . . . .
5.5.1.1 Display Contrast . . . . . . . .
5.5.1.2 Display Backlight . . . . . . .
5.5.1.3 Display Appearance . . . . . .
5.5.2 Keyboard Properties . . . . . . . . . .
5.5.2.1 Key Repeat. . . . . . . . . . .
5.5.2.2 Keyboard Backlight . . . . . .
5.5.2.3 Keyboard One Shot Modes . .
5.5.2.4 Keyboard Macro Keys . . . . .
5.5.2.5 Unicode Mapping . . . . . . .
5.5.2.6 Scancode Remapping . . . . .
5.5.3 Volume And Sound Properties . . . . .
5.5.3.1 Volume Adjustments. . . . . .
5.5.3.2 Sound . . . . . . . . . . . . .
5.5.4 Power Management Properties . . . . .
5.5.4.1 Battery Capacity . . . . . . . .
5.5.4.2 Power Saving Schemes . . . .
5.5.4.3 Suspend Threshold. . . . . . .
5.5.4.4 Charger. . . . . . . . . . . . .
5.5.4.5 Card Slots . . . . . . . . . . .
5.5.5 Stylus Properties . . . . . . . . . . . .
5.5.5.1 Setting Double-Tap Sensitivity
5.5.5.2 Touchscreen Calibration . . . .
5.5.5.3 Touchscreen Options. . . . . .
5.5.6 Certificate Assignment . . . . . . . . .
5.6 Bluetooth Setup . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
5.6.1 The Devices Tab . . . . . . . . . . . .
5.6.2 The Servers Tab. . . . . . . . . . . . .
5.6.3 Outgoing Tab . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
5.6.4 Active Conn. Tab . . . . . . . . . . . .
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5.6.5 The Properties Tab . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
5.6.6 The Bluetooth GPRS Phone. . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
5.7 Total Recall . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
5.7.1 Creating A Backup Profile . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
5.7.2 Restoring A Profile . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
5.8 IPv6 Support . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
5.9 Narrow Band Radio Setup — 7530 Only . . . . . . . . . . .
5.9.1 Info Tab . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
5.9.2 Channel Tab . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
5.9.3 Protocol Tab . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
5.9.4 Power Tab . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
5.9.5 Radio Tab . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
5.10 Scanner Properties Setup . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
5.10.1 Bar Codes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
5.10.2 Non-Decoded Scanners . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
5.10.2.1 Non-Decoded Options . . . . . . . . . . . .
5.10.2.2 Code 39 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
5.10.2.3 Code 128 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
5.10.2.4 EAN 13 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
5.10.2.5 EAN 8 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
5.10.2.6 UPC A . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
5.10.2.7 UPC E . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
5.10.2.8 Codabar . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
5.10.2.9 Code 93 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
5.10.2.10 Code 11 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
5.10.2.11 Interleaved 2 of 5 . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
5.10.2.12 MSI Plessey . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
5.10.2.13 Discrete 2 of 5 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
5.10.2.14 IATA 2 of 5 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
5.10.3 Decoded (Internal) Scanners. . . . . . . . . . . . . .
5.10.3.1 Options — Decoded (Internal) Scanner . . .
5.10.3.2 Data Options — Decoded (Internal) Scanner.
5.10.3.3 Code 39 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
5.10.3.4 Code 128 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
5.10.3.5 EAN 13 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
5.10.3.6 EAN 8 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
5.10.3.7 UPC A . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
5.10.3.8 UPC E . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
5.10.3.9 UPC/EAN Shared Settings . . . . . . . . . .
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5.10.3.10 Codabar . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
5.10.3.11 Code 93 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
5.10.3.12 Interleaved 2 of 5 . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
5.10.3.13 MSI Plessey . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
5.10.3.14 Discrete 2 of 5. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
5.10.3.15 2D PDF-417. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
5.10.3.16 2D Micro PDF-417 . . . . . . . . . . . . .
5.10.3.17 2D RSS Code (Reduced Space Symbology)
5.10.3.18 Composite . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
5.10.4 Decoded (Intermec ISCP) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
5.10.4.1 Code 39 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
5.10.4.2 Code 128 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
5.10.4.3 UPC A . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
5.10.4.4 UPC E . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
5.10.4.5 EAN 8 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
5.10.4.6 EAN 13 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
5.10.4.7 UPC/EAN Shared Settings . . . . . . . . . .
5.10.4.8 Interleaved 2 of 5 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
5.10.4.9 Discrete 2 of 5 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
5.10.4.10 Code 11 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
5.10.4.11 Codabar . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
5.10.4.12 Code 93 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
5.10.4.13 MSI Plessey . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
5.10.5 Imager . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
5.10.5.1 Options – Imager . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
5.10.5.2 Code 39 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
5.10.5.3 Code 128 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
5.10.5.4 UPC/EAN . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
5.10.5.5 Codabar. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
5.10.5.6 Code 93 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
5.10.5.7 Interleaved 2 of 5 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
5.10.5.8 Postal: Australian. . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
5.10.5.9 Postal: Japanese . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
5.10.5.10 Postal: Korean. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
5.10.5.11 Postal: PlaNET . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
5.10.5.12 Postal: PostNET. . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
5.10.5.13 Postal: Royal . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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5.10.5.17 2D Micro PDF-417 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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5.10.6.1 Tether Port . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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5.10.7 Options Tab . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
5.10.8 Translations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
5.11 SNMP (Simple Network Management Protocol) Setup . . . . . .
5.11.1 Contact Tab . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
5.11.2 Communities Tab . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
5.11.2.1 Adding A Community . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
5.11.2.2 Modifying A Community Setting. . . . . . . . . .
5.11.2.3 Removing An Existing Community . . . . . . . .
5.11.3 Trap Destination Tab . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
5.11.3.1 Enabling Authentication TRAPS . . . . . . . . . .
5.11.3.2 Adding A Destination . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
5.11.3.3 Changing A Destination . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
5.11.3.4 Removing A Trap Destination . . . . . . . . . . .
5.11.4 Permitted Hosts Tab . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
5.11.4.1 Adding A Host . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
5.11.4.2 Changing A Host . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
5.12 Wireless WAN . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
5.12.1 Taskbar Icons . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
5.12.2 Establishing A Connection . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
5.12.3 Disconnecting From A Network . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
5.12.3.1 Shutting Down The Wireless WAN User Interface.
5.12.4 Advanced Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
5.12.4.1 Entering A PIN Number . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
5.12.4.2 Error States . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
5.12.5 Tools Menu . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
5.12.5.1 Data Connection Configuration. . . . . . . . . . .
5.12.5.2 Security Configuration . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
5.12.5.3 Network Configuration . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
5.12.5.4 Driver Mode Configuration . . . . . . . . . . . . .
5.12.5.5 Modem Information. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Remote Desktop Connection
5.1 Remote Desktop Connection
Remote Desktop Connection is a 7535/7530 application used to connect to a
Windows Terminal Server so that you can run a “session” on the Server machine,
using the 7535/7530 (Windows CE .NET device).
Refer to the following website for step-by-step information about setting up this
connection:
http://www.microsoft.com/WindowsXP/pro/using/howto/gomobile/remotedesktop/default.asp
5.2 Pocket PC Compatibility
The 7535/7530 supports the AYGShell API set that allows Pocket PC-compatible
applications to run on the hand-held. Windows CE .NET 4.2 is designed to include
application programming interface (API) compatibility support for the Microsoft
Windows Powered Pocket PC 2002 shell in units running Windows CE .NET 4.2.
The website listed below describes the APIs exposed through AYGShell and the
application compatibility between Windows Powered Pocket PC 2002-based
applications and Windows CE .NET 4.2-based devices:
http://msdn.microsoft.com/library/default.asp?url=/library/en-us/dncenet/html/WINCENET_CEPCC_App.asp
5.3 The Control Panel
The Windows CE .NET Control Panel provides a group of icons through which you
can set a variety of system-wide properties, such as mouse sensitivity, network
configuration and the desktop color scheme.
Note:
If you are uncertain how to move around a dialog box and make selections, review “Using A Dialog Box” on page 82.
When the 7535/7530 boots up, the startup desktop (shell) is displayed, and any
applications stored in the Startup folder start up immediately.
To access the Control Panel:
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Use the stylus to tap on the Start button in the taskbar to display the Start
Menu. Tap on Setting, Control Panel.
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If you’re using the keyboard:
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Press <BLUE> <0> to display the Start Menu.
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Highlight Settings in Start Menu, and press the <RIGHT > arrow key to
highlight the Control Panel.
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Press the <ENTER> key.
The Control Panel folder contains icons used in the setup of your 7535/7530.
Figure 5.1 Control Panel
5.4 Control Panel Icons
The Control Panel provides a group of icons that allow you to customize and adjust
settings on your 7535/7530.
Date/Time
Allows you to set the current Month, Date, Time and Time Zone on your unit.
Display
Changes the appearance (window colour scheme) on the unit desktop.
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Keyboard
Toggles character repeat on and off and specifies delay and rate for repeated characters. It also allows you to adjust the keyboard backlight threshold and intensity.
Volume & Sound
Allows you to adjust the volume of the sound emitted to indicate events like
warnings, key clicks and screen taps. This option also allows you to tailor
sounds (wave files) emitted from your unit.
Mouse Properties
For units equipped with touchscreens, this icon allows you to customize the
sensitivity and speed of the stylus double-tap.
Owner
Provides fields in which you can specify owner information. A Notes tab
allows additional information to be entered and displayed when the
unit is powered up. Network ID tab information is used to access
network resources. (This information should be provided by your
System Administrator.)
Password
Allows you to assign a password to restrict access to elements of the unit.
Once assigned, password access cannot be circumvented so it is important
that you write down your password and keep it in a safe place. Refer to
“Security Settings” on page 74 for details.
Power
Displays battery pack power status. (Alternately, battery status can be
accessed through the taskbar.) Additional tabs allow you to determine
suspend states, specify a suspend threshold and determine whether or
not a battery that requires it can be recalibrated. This dialog box also allows
you to activate card slots. (Refer to “Power Saving Schemes” on page 110
for details.)
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Regional Settings
Allows you to specify the local language that is to be displayed on the
hand-held screen along with the format of numbers, currency, time and date
for your region.
Remove Programs
Lists the programs that can be removed from your unit. To remove a program, select it and then click on the Remove button.
Stylus
Adjusts how Windows CE .NET recognizes your double-tap (as slow or
rapid successive taps).
In the Calibration tab, you can recalibrate your touchscreen by tapping
on the Recalibrate button and following the directions on the screen.
System
Displays system and memory properties. In the Memory tab, you can
allocate memory between storage memory and program memory.
Dialing
Specifies dialing settings, including area code, country code, dial type and
the code to disable call waiting. You can store multiple patterns – for example, ‘Work’, ‘Home’, and so on using this dialog box.
Certificates
A public key is transmitted as part of a certificate. The certificate assigned
through this icon is used to ensure that the submitted public key is, in fact,
the public key that belongs to the submitter. The client checks that the certificate has been digitally signed by a certification authority that the client
explicitly trusts. “Certificate Assignment” on page 115 directs you to the
appropriate setup information.
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PC Connection
Enables direct connections to a desktop computer. Selecting the Change
Connection button allows you to change the type of direct connect to
your PC.
Teklogix Scanners
Provides scanner parameters and the bar code symbologies that the
7535/7530 scanner will successfully read.
Network And Dial-up Connections
Displays a network window from which the 7535/7530 802.11 radio can be
configured and an existing configuration can be executed. Refer to “Configuring An IEEE 802.11 Radio In The Unit” on page 22 for details.
Internet Options
Provides options to configure your Internet browser. You can determine
items such as the default and search page that the browser applies when
connecting to the Internet, the cache size, the Internet connection options,
and the security level that is applied when browsing.
SNMP
SNMP (Simple Network Management Protocol) is the protocol used to
monitor and manage devices attached to a TCP/IP network.
Bluetooth
Provides options for Bluetooth radio setup. It also provides the capability to
use a Bluetooth-enabled cellular phone as a data modem to exchange information with other Bluetooth devices and provide network access.
Input Panel
Provides the framework for a Soft Input Panel (SIP) should you need to
design your own SIP.
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Total Recall
Provides access to a backup and restore utility to maintain applications and
settings over cold reboots.
IPv6 Support
Refers to a new Internet Protocol specification (version 6) that has been
published to use 128-bit IP addresses (replacing version 4).
Wireless WAN
Provides access to technology like GSM/GPRS and CDMA which allows
wide area networking capability such as internet browsing via GSM/GPRS.
Narrow Band Radio (for 7530 units only)
This icon is displayed only if a Narrow Band radio is installed in the 7530.
It provides access to the Narrow Band setup screens.
5.5 Basic Setup
5.5.1 Display Properties
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In the Control Panel, choose the Display icon.
Figure 5.2 Choosing The Display Icon
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5.5.1.1
Display Contrast
The Contrast tab allows you to adjust the 7535/7530 display contrast to suit the
environment in which you are using the hand-held. The contrast control can also be
used to reduce display flickering that can occur with colour displays in certain
lighting conditions
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In the Display Properties dialog box, open the Contrast tab.
Figure 5.3 Display Contrast Properties
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Slide the bar in the Contrast tab to the left to decrease or darken the
display contrast.
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Slide the bar to the right to increase or lighten the display contrast.
5.5.1.2
Display Backlight
The backlight is activated for a configurable amount of time if the ambient light is
below a specified threshold and if the 7535/7530 is in use (key press, scanner trigger
or data received from the host). The Display Properties dialog box in the Control
Panel allows you to specify the intensity of the backlight along with how the
backlight behaves in low-light conditions and when the unit is not in use.
Note:
Keep in mind that this option may be restricted to supervisory use only.
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In the Display Properties dialog box, open the Backlight tab.
Figure 5.4 Display Backlight Properties
Note:
Backlight changes take affect immediately. You do not need to reset
the unit.
ON Threshold
The 7535/7530 is equipped with an ambient light sensor. This sliding bar allows you
to determine how dark the ambient light needs to be before the backlight turns on.
Intensity
This parameter is used to adjust the light intensity of the 7535/7530 backlight.
Sliding the bar to the left lowers the light intensity, and sliding it to the right raises
the intensity.
Bright For
The value chosen from this dropdown menu determines the duration of time that the
backlight stays on at the configured intensity when a unit is not in use.
Dim For
The value chosen from this dropdown menu determines the duration of time that
the backlight stays on at half the configured intensity (dimmed backlight) when a
unit is not in use.
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External Power Checkbox
When you select the checkbox next to When using external power keep the
backlight always ON, the backlight remains ON at the configured intensity when
the 7535/7530 is operating with external power (not battery power). If the
7535/7530 is drawing power from its battery, this option is ignored and the other
parameters defined in Display Properties dialog box take affect.
5.5.1.3
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Display Appearance
In the Display Properties dialog box, open the Appearance tab.
Figure 5.5 Display Appearance Properties
This dialog box allows you to customize the display colour scheme.
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5.5.2 Keyboard Properties
This icon displays the Keyboard Properties dialog box in which you can adjust the
repeat rate of the keys, the intensity of the keyboard backlight and the behaviour of
the <BLUE> and <ORANGE> modifier keys. This dialog box also allows you to
define macro keys and Unicode characters.
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In the Control Panel, choose the Keyboard icon.
Figure 5.6 Choosing The Keyboard Icon
5.5.2.1
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Key Repeat
In the Keyboard Properties dialog box, open the Repeat tab.
Figure 5.7 Key Repeat Properties
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Repeat Delay
The value assigned for this parameter determines the delay in milliseconds between
repeat characters. Sliding the Repeat Delay bar to the left increases the delay
between key repeats, and sliding the bar to the right shortens the repeat delay time.
Repeat Rate
The value assigned for the Repeat Rate parameter determines how quickly the key
you press repeats and is measured in characters per second (cps). Sliding the bar to
the left slows the repeat rate, and sliding the bar to the right increases the repeat rate.
Note:
5.5.2.2
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Use the field at the bottom of this dialog box to test the repeat delay and
rate settings you’ve chosen.
Keyboard Backlight
In the Keyboard Properties dialog box, open the Backlight tab.
Figure 5.8 Keyboard Backlight Properties
ON Threshold
The ON Threshold sliding bar allows you to determine how dark the ambient light
needs to be before the keyboard backlight turns on.
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Intensity
This parameter is used to adjust the light intensity of the 7535/7530 keyboard
backlight. Sliding the bar to the left darkens the keyboard backlight intensity, and
sliding it to the right lightens the intensity.
ON Time
The value chosen from this dropdown menu determines the duration of time that the
keyboard backlight stays on when a unit is not in use.
5.5.2.3
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Keyboard One Shot Modes
In the Keyboard Properties dialog box, open the One Shots tab.
Figure 5.9 Keyboard One Shot Properties
When these options are enabled, the <ORANGE> and <BLUE> keys only remain
active until the next key is pressed. If the ‘One Shots’ options are disabled (the checkbox
is left blank), the <ORANGE> and <BLUE> keys are locked ‘on’ when pressed only
once; they remain ‘on’ until they are pressed a second time to unlock them.
Note:
Keep in mind that checking the taskbar lets you know whether or not
these keys are locked ‘on’. When the <ORANGE> and <BLUE> keys
are locked ‘on’, the taskbar at the bottom of the screen displays them
in uppercase characters – BLUE KEY and ORANGE KEY. If these keys are displayed in lowercase characters in the taskbar, you’ll know that the Blue Key
and the Orange Key are not locked. They will become inactive following a
key press.
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5.5.2.4
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Keyboard Macro Keys
In the Keyboard Properties dialog box, open the Macros tab.
Figure 5.10 Macro Dialog Box
A macro has 200 programmable characters (or “positions”). The macro keys can be
programmed to replace frequently used keystrokes, along with the function of
executable keys including <ENTER>, <BKSP> and <DEL> (<BLUE>-<BKSP>),
function keys and arrow keys.
Recording And Saving A Macro
You can program up to 12 macro keys on a 58-key 7535 and a 63-key 7530. On a
36-key 7535 and a 37-key 7530, you can program a maximum of 6 macro keys.
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In the Macro menu, highlight a macro key number – for example, macro 1
to assign a macro to macro key <M1>. Choose the Record Macro button.
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A message screen is displayed instructing you to Please Enter Key Strokes
Figure 5.11 Recording A Macro
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Type the macro sequence you want to assign to the Macro key. You can
type text and numbers, and you can program the function of special keys
into a macro.
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When you’ve finished recording your macro sequence, press
the key sequence – <CTRL> <ALT> <ENTER>, or choose the Stop
Recording button.
A new screen displays the macro sequence you created. The Save Macro button
is highlighted.
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Press <ENTER> to save your macro.
If you want to discard the macro you’ve just created, highlight the
Discard Macro button, and press <ENTER>.
Executing A Macro
To execute a macro:
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Press the macro key to which you’ve assigned the macro. For example, if
you created a macro for macro key 1, press <M1> to execute the macro.
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Deleting A Macro
To delete a macro:
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In the Macros tab, highlight the macro number you want to delete.
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Choose the Delete Macro button.
5.5.2.5
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Unicode Mapping
In the Keyboard Properties dialog box, open the Unicode Mapping tab.
Figure 5.12 Unicode Mapping
The Unicode Mapping tab is used to map combinations of virtual key values and
<CTRL> and <SHIFT> states to Unicode™ values. This tab shows the configured
Unicode character along with the Unicode value. For example, the sample screen
above shows “a (U+0061)” indicating that the character “a” is represented by the
Unicode value “0061”, and so on. Keep in mind that Unicode configurations are
represented as hexidecimal rather than decimal values.
All user-defined Unicode mappings are listed in the Unicode Mapping tab in order
of virtual key value, and then by order of the shift state. If a Unicode mapping is not
listed, the Unicode mapping is mapped to the default Unicode value.
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Adding And Changing Unicode Values
Important:
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Changes to Unicode mappings are not saved until you exit the
Keyboard Properties dialog box.
Choose the Add/Change button.
Figure 5.13 Adding And Change Unicode Values
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Highlight a value in the Unicode mapping list – in the sample screen above,
a value will be assigned to virtual key 0 (VK 0).
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Position the cursor in the Unicode Mapping field, and type a Unicode
value for the highlighted key.
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To add a shifted state – <SHIFT> and/or <CTRL>, press <TAB> to position the cursor in the checkbox next to ‘SHIFT Pressed’ and/or ‘CTRL
Pressed’. Press <SPACE> to select the shift state you want to assign.
Removing Unicode Values
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choose the Remove button.
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5.5.2.6
Scancode Remapping
A scancode is a number that is associated with a physical key on a keyboard. Every
key has a unique scancode that is mapped to a virtual key, a function or a macro.
Scancode Remapping allows you to change the functionality of any key on the
keyboard. A key can be remapped to send a virtual key (e.g. VK_F represents the
‘F’ key; VK_RETURN represents the <ENTER/ON> key, etc.), perform a function
(e.g. turn the scanner on, change volume/contrast, etc.) or run a macro.
There are three different tables of scancode mappings: the Normal table, the Blue
table and the Orange table. The Normal table defines unmodified key presses; the
Blue table defines key presses that occur when the <BLUE> modifier is on; the
Orange table defines key presses that occur when the <ORANGE> modifier is on.
The default mappings of these scancodes can be overwritten for each of these three
tables using the Scancode Remapping tab accessed from the Keyboard Properties
dialog box.
Figure 5.14 Scancode Remapping
The first column in the Scancode Remapping tab displays the scancodes in
hexidecimal. If the scancode is remapped to a virtual key, that virtual key is
displayed in the next column labelled ‘V-Key’. A virtual key that is ‘Shifted’ or
‘Unshifted’ is displayed in the third column labelled ‘Function’.
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If the scancode is remapped to a function or a macro, the first and second columns
remain blank while the third column contains the function name or macro key
number (e.g., Macro 2).
Adding A Remap
To add a new remapping:
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Choose the Add button at the bottom of the dialog box.
The Remap Scancode dialog box is displayed.
Figure 5.15 Remapping A Key
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Type the scan code in hexidecimal in the field labelled Scancode
The Label field displays the default function of the scancode you
are remapping.
Virtual Key, Function And Macro
The radio buttons along the side of the dialog box allow you to define to what the
scan code will be remapped: Virtual Key, Function or Macro.
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When Virtual Key is selected, you can choose to force <SHIFT> to be on or off
when the virtual key is sent. If No Force is selected, the shift state is dependent on
whether the shift state is on or off at the time the virtual key is sent.
When Function is selected, a list of valid functions appears in the dialog box.
When Macro is selected, the macro keys available on your unit are listed in the
dialog box.
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Choose Virtual Key, Function or Macro.
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Choose a function from the Function list in the dialog box, and tap on OK.
Editing A Scancode Remap
To edit a scancode:
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In the Scancode Remapping tab, tap the stylus on the remap you want
to edit.
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Tap on the Edit button, and make the appropriate changes.
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Tap on OK to save your changes.
Removing A Remap
To delete a remap:
•
In the Scancode Remapping tab, highlight the scancode you want to delete,
and tap on the Remove button.
•
Tap on OK.
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5.5.3 Volume And Sound Properties
Note:
•
The conditions under which hand-helds emit sounds are tailored from
within the application installed on your unit.
In the Control Panel, choose the Volume & Sounds icon.
Figure 5.16 Choosing The Volume Icon
5.5.3.1
Volume Adjustments
Figure 5.17 Volume Settings
•
Slide the volume button to the left to lower the beeper volume or to the right
to increase the beeper volume.
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5.5.3.2
Under the heading Enable sounds for, enable the conditions under which
you want the 7535/7530 to emit a beep.
Sound
Figure 5.18 Sound Settings
The 7530 hand-held computer is equipped with a sound port. This dialog box allows
you to determine the sound file that will be emitted from this port.
5.5.4 Power Management Properties
This icon displays a Power Properties dialog box that indicates the unit’s battery capacity
and allows you to manage battery use.
• In the Control Panel, choose the Power icon.
Figure 5.19 Choosing The Power Icon
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5.5.4.1
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Battery Capacity
In the Power Properties dialog box, open the Battery tab to view battery details.
Figure 5.20 Power Battery Properties
5.5.4.2
•
Power Saving Schemes
In the Power Properties dialog box, open the Schemes tab.
Figure 5.21 Power Scheme Properties – AC Power And Battery Power
Power Scheme
This dropdown menu allows you to specify whether the unit is using AC Power or
Battery Power.
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Suspend Threshold
Switch State To Suspend
Important:
Psion Teklogix recommends setting the Suspend value to 10 minutes. Setting ‘Switch State To Suspend’ to ‘Never’ will adversely
affect the battery run time.
To further reduce power consumption, carefully consider the
duration of time that the display backlight is ‘on’ (see “Display
Backlight” on page 95).
When the 7535/7530 is idle – not receiving any user input (a key touch, a scan, and
so on) or system activity (serial data, an activity initiated by an application, and so
on), the hand-held uses the value assigned in the Switch State To Suspend field to
determine when the unit will go to sleep (appear to be off).
When the time in the Suspend field elapses without any activity, the unit enters
suspend state. In suspend state, the 7535/7530 CPU enters a sleep state, and the
radio is shut off. The state of the device (RAM contents) is preserved. Pressing
<ENTER> wakes the system from suspend state. When the 7535/7530 is in suspend
state, the network connection will not be broken immediately. If the connection is
dropped, you must re-establish the network connection.
5.5.4.3
Suspend Threshold
Figure 5.22 Advanced Tab
The Suspend Threshold adjustment tells the system when to shut down when the
battery drains. If you choose Maximum Operating Time, the unit will run until the
battery is completely empty; the RAM is only backed up for a short period of time.
If you choose Maximum Backup Time, the hand-held shuts off with more energy left
in the battery so RAM can be backed up for a longer period of time.
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Charger
5.5.4.4
Charger
Figure 5.23 Charger Tab
Tapping in the checkbox next to Allow Battery Calibration allows the battery to be
recalibrated only when necessary if the unit is inserted in a Combo Docking station.
5.5.4.5
Card Slots
This tab enables or disables power to individual CF, PC Card and SDIO slots in the unit.
Figure 5.24 Card Slot Activation
Remember to tap on the Apply button and then tap on OK to save your changes.
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5.5.5 Stylus Properties
Note:
•
Touchscreen calibration may not be enabled on your unit. If your screen
appears to require recalibration, contact your supervisor.
In the Control Panel, choose the Stylus icon.
Figure 5.25 Stylus Icon
5.5.5.1
•
Setting Double-Tap Sensitivity
In the Double-Tap tab, follow the directions to tailor the sensitivity of the
stylus when you tap on the touchscreen.
Figure 5.26 Setting Stylus Sensitivity
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5.5.5.2
Touchscreen Calibration
Touchscreens rarely require recalibration. However, if your touchscreen has never
been calibrated or if you find that the stylus pointer is not accurate when you tap on
an item, follow the directions below.
•
Choose the Calibration tab, and then tap on the Recalibrate button.
Figure 5.27 Calibrating The Touchscreen
•
5.5.5.3
Follow the directions in the Calibration tab to recalibrate the screen.
Touchscreen Options
This tab allows you to disable the touchscreen.
•
Choose the Options tab, and select the checkbox next to Disable the
touch panel.
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Certificate Assignment
5.5.6 Certificate Assignment
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In the Control Panel, choose the Certificate icon.
Figure 5.28 Certificates Icon
This dialog box is used in conjunction with 802.1x authentication to enhance
7535/7530 security.
Figure 5.29 Certificates Dialog Box
For a detailed description about Certificate setup for both the server and client-side
devices (7535/7530s), refer to the following website:
www.microsoft.com/windows2000/techinfo/planning/walkthroughs/default.asp - "Security Services"
Note:
When importing certificates, the 7535/7530 only recognizes .cer files.
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Bluetooth Setup
5.6 Bluetooth Setup
Bluetooth is a global standard for wireless connectivity for digital devices and is
intended for Personal Area Networks (PAN). The technology is based on a
short-range radio link that operates in the ISM band at 2.4 GHz. When two
Bluetooth-equipped devices come within a 5 meter range of each other, they can
establish a connection. Because Bluetooth utilizes a radio-based link, it does not
require a line-of-sight connection in order to communicate.
Note:
•
The Bluetooth radio card uses an internal antenna.
In the Control Panel, choose the Bluetooth Device Properties icon to display
the Bluetooth Control screen.
Figure 5.30 Bluetooth Icon
The Bluetooth Control dialog box is used to display the other Bluetooth devices
with which you can communicate.
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5.6.1 The Devices Tab
Figure 5.31 The Bluetooth Device Tab
Scan
•
Click on the Scan button to list available devices.
Figure 5.32 Available Bluetooth Devices
Wait for the 7535/7530 to complete its scan (approximately 20 seconds). When
scanning starts, the Scan button will change to Stop – if necessary, you can
tap on this button to stop the process. Once scanning is complete, all discovered
devices will be displayed in the list box, with Name, Address, Active status,
and PIN information.
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The Devices Tab
Note:
During the scanning process, addresses are located first, followed by
names. Only the names of devices that are within the Bluetooth radio coverage range will be retrieved.
The Active column indicates whether any service is activated for that device. When
a service is activated, the device is displayed in the list even when it is not detected
during the scan.
The PIN column indicates whether you have a PIN (password) set for the device.
At this point you can either query for services or set the PIN for each device. Once
you highlight a device in the list box, both the Services and Set PIN buttons
become available.
Services
A discovered device may display several service profiles that it can use to
communicate, and you will want to activate the type you need. Supported profiles
that can be activated include: DUN (Dial-Up Networking service), Printer (serial
service), and LANPPP (LANAccessUsingPPP service). ASync (ActiveSync) is
another available profile.
•
To start the service scan, highlight a device in the Devices tab list, and then
click on the Services button or double-click on the device entry.
Note:
If the remote device is out of reach or turned off, it can take a considerable amount of time for the Services dialog box to appear – it may appear
to be frozen.
Once the device’s service profiles are displayed in the Services list box:
•
Highlight the service to be activated.
•
Press <SPACE> or right-click to display the Activation menu.
The Activation menu contains four options – Activate, Authenticate, Outgoing and
Encrypt.
Once the service is successfully activated, the assigned port (if applicable) will
appear in the Port column of the Services list box. You can choose to use BSP or
COM as the port name. BSP is the latest Microsoft Bluetooth stack standard, but
older applications assume serial ports are COM. When using COM as the port name,
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the Bluetooth manager will try to find and use a free port between COM7 and
COM9. When using BSP as the port name, BSP2 to BSP9 are available for use. The
port is available as soon as it is activated.
Note:
The CH column shows the RFCOMM channel of the service if the
service is RFCOMM-based. This information is not generally needed
except for debugging purposes.
To add a service to the Outgoing port, an active service must first be deactivated.
Then you can choose the ‘Outgoing’ option from the Activation menu (highlight a
service, right-click or press the <SPACE> bar to display the Activation menu).
The Authentication and Encryption options can be changed only before activation.
To change these after activation, deactivate the service first, then change the options.
Once a service is activated, all the information regarding the service, including the
RFCOMM channel number, is saved in the registry. (Some remote devices may
change their RFCOMM channel numbers when they reboot, so your saved setting
may not work when the remote device is rebooted. In that case, you must deactivate
the service and reactivate it to detect the current RFCOMM channel.)
Set PIN
PINs can be set for each device by pressing the Set PIN button in the Devices tab, or
you can skip this step and try to connect to the device first.
Important:
•
The remote device must have authentication enabled, otherwise
the PIN authentication will fail.
Highlight a device, click on the Set Pin button, and type the PIN.
You will receive a message, either that the PIN has been successfully validated or
that it has been rejected.
If the PIN has been validated, an asterisk (*) appears in the PIN column in the
Devices list box, indicating that this device has a PIN set. Once a PIN is entered, it is
saved in the registry.
To remove the PIN:
•
Choose Set PIN, and press <ENTER>.
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The Servers Tab
If the 7535/7530 attempts to connect to a remote device that has Authentication
enabled and does not have a required PIN set, an Authentication Request dialog
box appears.
•
Enter the PIN, and tap on OK to connect the devices.
5.6.2 The Servers Tab
Figure 5.33 The Server Tab
The Bluetooth connection is initiated from your 7535/7530 to the remote device –
therefore the 7535/7530 is called the ‘client’ and the remote is called the ‘server’.
The Servers tab displays the server profiles that can be activated in your 7535/7530.
There is currently one server profile available: Serial.
•
Tap on the checkbox to activate the server, and it will display the
associated port name beside the server name.
Once you activate a server profile, it is recommended that the 7535/7530 be
rebooted before you try to bond from a server.
Note:
You do not need to reboot if you are deactivating a server.
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5.6.3 Outgoing Tab
Figure 5.34 The Outgoing Tab
Outgoing Port acts as a serial port that can be used to connect to a list of Bluetooth devices
(one at a time), but you have the freedom to switch on-the-fly.
The Outgoing Port checkbox allows you to create the Outgoing port. When the port is
created, the Outgoing tab lists the port name.
The Outgoing list dialog box displays a list of services marked as ‘Outgoing’. The *
column indicates the currently selected service. You can tap on Unselect to reset the
current selection, or you can tap on Select to make a selection. The Remove button
deletes the service from the outgoing list.
The Prompt menu determines the behaviour of the pop-up Selection menu.
Choosing Everytime causes the Selection menu to be displayed each time an
outgoing port is created. If you choose Once, the menu is displayed only when a
partner service is not selected.
To display the Selection menu at any time:
• Press <CTRL> <ALT> <F1>, and switch the partner Bluetooth device.
If a connection to a partner device already exists, the connection is dropped and
another connection to the newly selected device is created instantly without
disrupting the application that has opened the outgoing port.
Note:
To add a service to the Outgoing port, an active service must first be
deactivated. Then you can choose the ‘Outgoing’ option from the Activation menu (highlight a service, right-click or press the <SPACE> bar to
display the Activation menu).
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Active Conn. Tab
5.6.4 Active Conn. Tab
Figure 5.35 The Active Conn. Tab
The Active Conn. tab lists the Name, Address, and Type of the currently active
connections. The table is periodically updated, but it can take a few seconds before
it reflects the actual list of connections. The Type column of the table shows ‘ACL’
or ‘SCO’. The Connection list table shows the connections for scanning as well as
the service connections.
Note:
You can change the device-name and description of your radio by clicking
on the System icon in Control Panel, which will open the System Properties dialog box. Click on the Device Name tab to access the menu and
change your settings. Then click on OK.
Although the name will have changed in the Properties menu in Bluetooth
Controls, the radio only reads it on boot-up. For the changes to take
effect, you must reset the 7535/7530.
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5.6.5 The Properties Tab
Figure 5.36 The Properties Tab
The Properties tab displays information about your 7535/7530, and provides some
port options.
The Device Name field shows the device name of your 7535/7530. This name can
be changed (see the Note on the previous page for details).
Device Class shows the Class of Device (e.g. desktop, hand-held), which is always
set to Handheld.
Local Bluetooth Address shows the address of your 7535/7530 radio.
Port Prefix is used to set the port name to either BSP or COM. When the name is set
to BSP, BSP2 to BSP9 are available for activated services (including the server).
When COM is chosen, COM7 to COM9 are available.
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The Bluetooth GPRS Phone
5.6.6 The Bluetooth GPRS Phone
1. To set up the internet parameters, choose the Network And Dial-up
Connections icon from the Control Panel.
Figure 5.37 Network And Dial-up Connection Icon
2. Choose the Make New Connection icon.
Figure 5.38 Creating A GPRS Connection
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3. In the Make New Connection dialog box, choose Dial-Up Connection.
Enter a name for your GPRS network connection.
Figure 5.39 Setting Up The Connection
4. Choose the Next button to display the Modem dialog box.
Figure 5.40 Setting Up The Modem
5. In the dropdown menu labelled Select a modem, choose the name
of the modem with which you want to connect, and then choose the
Configure button to display the Device Properties dialog box.
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The 7535/7530 communicates with your phone and retrieves the parameters
for the Device Properties dialog box. The 7535/7530 then disconnects.
Figure 5.41 Port Settings
6. Under the Call Options tab, turn off Cancel the call if not connected
within, and press <ENTER> to save your changes.
Figure 5.42 Call Options
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7. In the Modem dialog box, choose the Next button to display the Phone
Number dialog box.
Figure 5.43 Setting The Phone Number
The phone number you enter is network carrier dependent. Once you’ve
specified all the necessary information, choose the Finish button.
8. In the Control Panel, choose the Dialing icon.
Figure 5.44 Dialing Icon
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9. The values in the Dialing Properties dialog box need to be edited
according to your network carrier specifications.
Figure 5.45 Setting Up Dialing Properties
Once you’ve edited this dialog box to reflect your network carrier requirements, press <ENTER> to save your changes.
10. At this point, you’ll need to return to the Control Panel, and choose the
Network and Dial-up Connections icon.
11. In the network connection window, the new network configuration – in
this case – GPRS Network – is displayed. Choose the new icon.
Figure 5.46 GPRS Network Connection
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This onscreen message indicates the status of your connection – connected,
disconnected, error messages, and so on.
Figure 5.47 Successful Connection
•
Select the Hide button to move this message to the background.
You can now access the internet.
Figure 5.48 Accessing The Internet
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Total Recall
5.7 Total Recall
Total Recall is a Psion Teklogix utility developed to maintain applications and
setting over cold boots. This utility is based on a backup and restore concept.
•
In the Control Panel, choose the Total Recall icon
Figure 5.49 Total Recall Icon
5.7.1 Creating A Backup Profile
Figure 5.50 Backup Profile
In the dropdown menu, you can choose from four options: Create Backup Profile,
View Selected Profile, Restore Selected Profile and Delete Selected Profile. Keep in
mind however that until a profile is created, the only available option is Create
Backup Profile.
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•
Choose the Next button to begin the process.
Figure 5.51 Profile Details
Profile Information
This dialog box lists the possible storage destinations for the profile file.
•
To begin, type a name for the profile in the field labelled Profile Name.
The image type – OS Version and Registry Type for the 7535/7530 is also listed here.
•
Choose this icon
Profile Location.
to expand your settings for AutoRetore Profile and
Figure 5.52 Profile Options
- Not an AutoRestore Profile – creates a backup that is manually
restored by the operator.
- AutoRestore Profile for this device only – creates a profile that
automatically restores itself following a cold boot.
- Clone Profile for other devices – creates a profile that automatically restores after resuming from a cold boot, but it will not
contain the touchscreen calibration coordinates or the Wireless
radio settings.
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- Profile Location – allows the operator to specify where the profile
is to be saved. The location for the profile will typically be Flash
or a Storage card.
•
Choose the Next button to display the next dialog box – Add Files.
Add Files
Figure 5.53 Adding Files
By default, All Files is selected so that all installed or copied files, database entries,
and the Registry will be saved. You can, however, limit the backup to database,
and/or the registry only. By tapping the checkbox next to these items, you can add or
remove a check mark to enable or disable the option.
The By File option allows you to select predefined file types.
•
Remove the check mark next to All Files. You’ll notice the checkbox next
to By File changes , indicating that additional options are available.
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•
Choose this icon
next to By File to view your options.
Figure 5.54 By File Type
Choosing By Individual File displays a pop-up menu where you can tailor the list of
files you want to back up.
Figure 5.55 Add Files
To add a file to your backup list:
• Choose Add Files. Browse to and choose the files you want to add to
your list.
To remove a file from your backup list:
• Choose Remove Files – a dialog box is displayed listing the files that will
be backed up.
• Highlight the item you want to remove from the list, and tap on the
Remove button.
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Choosing By File Type allows you to select the file types that you want backed up.
Figure 5.56 Adding Files By File Type
View Selections
Depending on what you have selected for inclusion in your profile, you can view a
list of the selected files, databases and/or registry.
Figure 5.57 Viewing Selections
•
Choose the Next button to perform the operation.
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Performing The Backup
Figure 5.58 Performing The Backup
•
Choose the Backup To \Flash or \Storage Card button to start the process,
and create a profile.
5.7.2 Restoring A Profile
To manually restore a profile:
•
Choose Restore Selected Profile from the dropdown menu, and choose the
Profile Name displayed in the drop down box.
Note:
You can also manually restore an auto restore profile located in flash or a
storage device.
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IPv6 Support
5.8 IPv6 Support
The IPv6 Support icon in the Control Panel allows you to activate IPv6 network
support on your unit. This internet protocol specification (version 6) supports
128-bit IP addresses, replacing version 4.
Figure 5.59 IPv6 Support Icon
•
Choose the IPv6 Support icon to display the associated dialog box.
Figure 5.60 IPv6 Support Tab
•
Choose the checkbox next to Enable IPv6 Network Support to enable this
internet protocol.
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Narrow Band Radio Setup — 7530 Only
5.9 Narrow Band Radio Setup — 7530 Only
Keep in mind that the Narrow Band icon is only visible in the 7530 Control Panel
when a Narrow Band radio is installed in the unit. Note too that this radio is not
available for 7535 hand-helds.
•
In the Control Panel, tap on the Narrow Band Radio icon.
5.9.1 Info Tab
In the Narrow Band Radio dialog box, the Info tab displays information about the
radio – it cannot be edited.
Figure 5.61 Narrow Band Information
The Power information in this screen indicates the power of the radio installed in
the unit – 0.5 or 1.0 W. The “Serial Number” is the identifier for the radio and is
used by the protocol when the “Auto Radio Address” parameter is enabled. The
“CIS Data” (Card Information Structure) is manufacturer information describing the
PC Card installed in the 7535/7530. “DSP x.x / FPGA 0xNN” indicates the
firmware revision of the radio’s DSP (x.x) and FPGA (0xNN) where x.x and NN
represent actual revision numbers.
Statistics Screen
•
Tap on the Statistics button to display the Protocol Statistics screen.
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These statistics are updated every second while the dialog box is displayed.
Figure 5.62 Protocol Statistics
The following table provides a brief description of these statistics:
Statistic
cq
Description
Channel quality. See the description of the “Channel Switch Speed” parameter in the channel tab for more information on how “cq” affects channel
switching (see “Channel Switch Speed” on page 141).
ch
Current channel
sc
Monitor state of RF Link: LOCKED=0, LOCKPENDING=1, LOWCQWAIT=2, SCANNING=3, STARTUP=4, ABANDON=5
rm
Number of received messages, complete application messages
xm
Number of transmitted messages, complete application messages
rf
Number of received polls with attached message
xf
Number of transmitted frames
ra
Number of received radio link aborts
xi
Number of transmitted radio link initialization messages
rp
Number of received polls
xr
Number of transmitted retries
pt
Number of poll timeouts
xe
Number of transmitted errors
rssi
Received Signal Strength Indicator
Table 5.1 Protocol Statistics Descriptions
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Low Level Screen
•
Tap on the Low Level tab to display the Low Level statistics screen.
Figure 5.63 Low Level Statistics Screen
Table 5.2 defines the elements of the Low Level statistics screen.
Statistic
Description
RxOk
Message buffers discarded due to lack of available receive buffers
RxHd
Message headers successfully received
RxBd
Message bodies successfully received
RxEr
Message buffers received with detected errors
RxOv
Number of transmitted messages, complete application messages
TxOk
Message buffers successfully transmitted
TxEr
Message buffers which failed to transmit
CD
Number of carrier detect changes detected
Coll
Number of collisions detected
Tx D
Actual difference in time (in RTC ticks) between when the most recent transmit (with timestamp) was scheduled to start and when it actually started.
TxMD
Maximum "Tx D" value
Rx X
Number of extra characters received for last received message (due to delay
in host reporting back actual body size)
RxMx
Maximum "Rx X" value
MChg
Number of completed mode changes
Table 5.2 Low Level Statistics Descriptions
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Default All Parameters
•
Tap on the Default all Parameters button to return all registry parameters
to default values.
When this button is pressed, a screen appears asking if you’re sure you want to
return all parameters to their default values.
•
Note:
Tap on the Yes button to return values to their default settings.
This button does not default the radio parameters set under the Radio tab.
5.9.2 Channel Tab
Figure 5.64 Channel Tab
Channel Number
This parameter determines the operating radio channel of the 7530 The allowable
range for this parameter is 1 to 20. The default value is 1.
Note:
The Channel Number dropdown menu displays only the channels that
have been enabled in the Channel Enable List.
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Power Up Channel
When this parameter is enabled (checked), the 7530 begins communicating on the
channel specified in the Channel Number parameter when the unit is powered up.
This setting may prevent the migration of 7530s to the same channel due to uneven
coverage in some sites.
If this parameter is disabled (unchecked), the unit will continue communicating on
the same channel that it was on before it was powered off.
Channel Enable List
•
Tap on the Channel Enable List button to display a dialog box listing
available channels.
Figure 5.65 Channel Enable Dialog Box
This dialog box is completed by default with all channels that have frequencies
configured. A checkmark indicates that a channel is enabled. An unchecked check
box indicates that the channel is disabled. The maximum number of channels
supported by the RA1001 Narrow Band radio is 20.
Enabling a channel allows the channel to be set to an operating channel (Channel
Number) and makes it available for channel searching. For example, if Channel 1 is
the operating channel and all other channels are enabled, the 7530 can roam through
all 20 channels.
Channel Switch Speed
This parameter changes the threshold the 7530 uses to determine when
communication quality with a base station is unacceptable. When this threshold is
exceeded, the unit starts channel searching for a new base station.
Setting this parameter to “Slow” means a higher threshold – the 7530 is more
tolerant of poor communication quality. When the channel quality of the hand-held
radio drops below 46%, the unit monitors the channel quality for 15 timeout periods
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before searching for a new channel. If Channel Switch Speed is set to “Fast”, the
current channel is only monitored for up to 2 time-out periods before channel
switching begins.
Important:
“Fast” switch speed is most effective where coverage areas are
largely overlapping. If the coverage areas barely overlap, have
dead spots, or if the 7530 frequently operates on the fringe of coverage, this parameter should be set to “Slow”.
Channel Selection
Enabling “Manual Select” allows you to set the channel search order the 7530
will use if communication quality drops and channel switching is required. If this
parameter is enabled, the 7530 uses the channel switching lists specified in the
Manual Switch Table. If this parameter is disabled (unchecked), the hand-held uses
a standard algorithm to decide which channel it should switch to in the event of poor
channel quality.
Warning:
It is not recommended that the “Manual Select” parameter be used
without a clear understanding of how to order the channel
sequences for optimum performance.
Manual Switch Table
•
Tap on the Set Switch Table button to display the Manual Switch Table
dialog box.
Figure 5.66 Manual Switch Table
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Channel Tab
This feature is used rarely. It is used when the order of channel switching needs to be
tightly controlled. The values in the “Channel” column are completed for you with
the enabled channels when this dialog box is opened. For each corresponding
enabled channel, the “List” column contains “0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0” values by default.
If communication quality falls below 46%, only the channels entered in the Manual
Switch Table are considered for channel switching. The channel search is carried out
in the order in which the channels were entered in the table.
To configure channel switching order for a particular channel:
•
Highlight the channel you want to edit, and tap on the Edit Channel
List button.
Editing The Channel List
Figure 5.67 Editing Channel List
Only those channels that are enabled are displayed in the dropdown menus in the
Edit Channel List dialog box. The allowable values range from 0 to 20.
•
Tap on the arrow next to dropdown menu to scroll through the available
channels. Highlight the value you want to assign.
•
Once you’ve assigned the switching order, tap on the OK button to close
the dialog box.
The channel list is added to the selected channel in the Manual Switch Table
dialog box.
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5.9.3 Protocol Tab
Figure 5.68 Protocol Tab
Enable Cellular Protocol
The value assigned to this parameter must be identical to the value assigned to the
corresponding parameter in the Psion Teklogix Network Controller, Wireless
Gateway or Base Station. A warm reset of the 7530 is required before this parameter
can take effect.
If Enable Cellular Protocol is disabled (unchecked), the options in the Cellular
Radio Address frame are displayed in grey text indicating that they cannot
be accessed.
Cellular Radio Address
Auto Radio Address
If Auto radio address is enabled, the 7530 requests an automatically assigned radio
address. Manual radio address is displayed in grey text indicating that it cannot
be accessed.
Manual Radio Address
The value entered in the Manual Radio Address parameter is used to identify
the 7530 over the radio link. A unique value from 1 to 3840 must be assigned for
each unit.
Note:
This parameter is set to ‘0’ (an out-of-range value) by default to block
radio communication when the unit is initially powered up. This prevents
several new hand-helds from attempting to communicate with the same
default terminal number at initial power up. Once the default value is
changed, it cannot be set back to ‘0’.
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Polling
The default values for the Polling parameters are dependent on the value assigned to
the Modulation / Baud Rate parameter in the Radio tab.
Modulation / Baud Rate
Sync Delay
Window Delay Poll Timeout
4 Level / 19200
17
20
20
4 Level / 9600
17
23
25
2 Level / 9600
17
19
22
2 Level / 4800
25
23
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Sync Delay
Warning:
This parameter should not be changed from its factory setting
without a clear understanding of radio protocol timing.
The “Sync Delay” parameter specifies the delay between the base station
transmission and the first response window, measured in milliseconds. The value
assigned to this parameter must be compatible with other hand-helds and base
stations in the system. The allowable range for this parameter is between 1 and 40.
Window Delay
Important:
The value assigned to this parameter should not be changed from
the factory setting without a clear understanding of the timing of
the radio protocol.
This parameter specifies the amount of time (in milliseconds) the 7530 should add
to each response window in order to accommodate the receive/transmit switching
characteristics of the radio. The value assigned must be compatible with other units
and base stations in the system. The default setting of 19 is based on the
requirements of a 2 level modulation narrow band radio, operating at 9600 baud.
Poll Timeout
This parameter (in units of 16.6 ms) sets the time-out value used for automatic
channel switching. “Poll Timeout” is the time during which the 7530 should detect
at least one poll from a base station. As each “Poll Timeout” passes without a
successful poll from the base station, the 7530 channel quality decreases. If the
channel quality falls to below 46%, the unit begins searching for a new channel.
A value from 1 to 200 can be assigned to this parameter.
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Late TX Limit
The value entered for this parameter (measured in milliseconds) sets the maximum
allowable deviation time from the start of a response window during which an 7530
can make a transmission. After this threshold, the transmission will not be attempted
and the 7530 will try again at the next opportunity. For example, suppose this
parameter is set to 5. From the beginning of the response window, the 7530 can be
up to 5 milliseconds late sending a transmission. Beyond this threshold, the
transmission is not attempted. The hand-held waits for the next opportunity.
The allowable range for this parameter is from 1 and 10 – the default value is 2.
Test Polling Values
•
Tap on the Test Polling Values button to test the polling values indicated in
this dialog box without committing them to memory.
To commit the new polling values to memory:
•
Tap on the OK button – the dialog box is closed and the new values
are saved.
To discard the new values, and retain the existing values:
•
Tap on the X button at the top of the dialog box.
5.9.4 Power Tab
Figure 5.69 Power Tab
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Enable Power Saving
When this parameter is checked, power saving is enabled.
Idle Poll Limit
Note:
The “Idle Poll Limit” parameter is only used when “Enable Power Saving” is enabled.
This parameter determines how many transmit opportunities – base station polls
with available response windows – must be consecutively skipped before the 7530
places the radio into power-down mode for power saving. The allowable range for
this parameter is from 1 to 200. The default value is 10.
Lower values cause the hand-held to enter power saving mode quickly, extending
battery life but reducing 7530 responsiveness. Higher values increase
responsiveness but decrease battery life.
Power Off Time
This parameter determines the amount of time (in seconds) the 7530 radio stays in
power-down mode when a power down period has been initiated. “Power Off Time”
is only used when the “Enable Power Saving” parameter is enabled.
The allowable range for this parameter is 1 to 60.
5.9.5 Radio Tab
Figure 5.70 Radio Tab
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Modulation/Baud Rate
The options listed in the “Modulation / Baud Rate” dropdown menu are:
2 Level/4800, 2 Level/9600, 4 Level/9600 and 4 Level/19200. The value assigned
to this parameter must be identical to the corresponding parameter in the Psion
Teklogix Base Station. This parameter is stored in the radio’s non-volatile memory.
The default value for “Modulation/Baud Rate” is 2 Level/9600
Data Squelch
“Data Squelch” controls the radio receiver, cutting it off when the signal is too weak
for reception of anything but noise. Receive Signal Strength Indicator values below
the “Data Squelch” threshold prevent further processing of the receive signal while
higher values allow further processing. The allowable range is 0 to 100 with a
default value of 0.
In noisy environments, this value can be increased to reject noise. In environments
with less noise, this value can be decreased to allow the received signal and increase
range. This parameter is stored in the radio’s non-volatile memory.
Test Squelch
•
Tap on the Test Squelch button to prompt the radio to use the “Data
Squelch” value without committing it to the radio’s non-volatile memory –
in other words, to ‘test’ the value assigned to the “Data Squelch” parameter.
To commit the new “Data Squelch” value to the radio’s non-volatile memory:
•
Tap on the OK button – the dialog box is closed and the new value is saved.
To discard the new value, and keep the old “Data Squelch” value:
•
Tap on the X button at the top of the dialog box. The old value is sent to the
protocol driver.
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Frequency Table
•
Tap on the Frequency button to display the Frequency Table dialog box.
Figure 5.71 Frequency Table
•
Tap on the Copy “Receive” to “Transmit” button to copy the contents of
the “Receive” fields into the corresponding “Transmit” fields.
When you tap on this button, a warning box is displayed asking Copy all the Rx
frequencies to the Tx frequencies?
•
Tap on the Yes button to go ahead or No to stop the copy process.
Statistics
•
Tap this button to display communication statistics.
Refer to “Statistics Screen” beginning on page 137 for details about this screen.
Advanced
This button launches the “Radio Test Application”.
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Scanner Properties Setup
5.10 Scanner Properties Setup
The Teklogix Scanners icon in the Control Panel provides dialog boxes in
which you can tailor bar code options and choose the bar codes your scanner
will recognize.
Figure 5.72 Teklogix Scanner Icon
5.10.1 Bar Codes
Figure 5.73 Scanner Properties
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The Scanner
The dropdown menu to the right of the Scanner option allows you to choose from one
of the following scanner types used with your hand-held: Non-decoded, Decoded
(internal), Decoded (Intermec ISCP), Imager and Decoded (external).
The symbologies listed in the Barcodes tab change to reflect the scanner you choose and
the bar codes it supports.
Important:
To improve the decode speed and performance, enable (set to
‘on’) only those codes that are required by the application.
Keep in mind that some bar code types are only available when an internal imaging
scanner is installed. All internal scanners can be configured using these dialog
boxes. External, non-decoded scanners are also configured through the Scanner
Properties dialog box.
However, external decoded scanners must be configured by scanning special
configuration bar codes. In these cases, the scanner manufacturer provides
programming manuals for configuration purposes.
• For Symbol decoded scanners, refer to the appropriate programming guide:
• P300, or
• LS3408.
•
For Symbol non-decoded scanners, refer to:
• LS3200 Programming Guide.
•
For Power Scan (PSC) decoded and non-decoded scanners, refer to:
• Powerscan Programing Guide (PSC).
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5.10.2 Non-Decoded Scanners
Figure 5.74 Non-Decoded Scanner Options
• Tap on the Scanner dropdown menu, and choose Non-decoded.
All the available bar code symbologies for this type of scanner can be selected in
this tab.
A ‘plus’ sign (+) to the left of the menu item indicates that a sub-menu of parameters
is attached.
•
Tap the stylus on the + sign to display the sub-menu.
•
To change a parameter value, double-tap on the parameter. If you need to
type a value, a dialog box is displayed in which you can type a new value.
If you need to change a yes or no value, double-tapping on the parameter
toggles between yes and no.
If you’re using the keyboard:
•
Highlight the bar code you want to work with, and press the <RIGHT>
arrow key to display the sub-menu.
•
Use the <UP> and <DOWN> arrow keys to highlight a parameter.
•
To change a parameter value, press <SPACE> or the <RIGHT> arrow key.
If a field requires text entry, a text box is displayed in which you can enter
the appropriate value.
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5.10.2.1 Non-Decoded Options
•
Tap the stylus on the + sign next to Options to display these parameters.
Dot Time (msec)
The value selected for “Dot Time (msec)” determines (in milliseconds) how long
the targeting dot remains on before the scanner switches to a normal scan sweep.
When you double-tap on this parameter, a dialog box is displayed in which you can
enter a value from 0 to 3000. A value of 0 (zero) disables the target dot.
Short Code
When enabled, this parameter allows scanning of short I 2 of 5 bar codes (2
characters). When disabled, these short bar codes are rejected.
Enabling “Short Code” may reduce the robustness of the decoding since the
hand-held must decode more potential bar codes; it is therefore not recommended
for general-purpose bar codes with 4 or more characters.
Verify
The value entered for this parameter determines the number of correct additional
decodes required after the initial decode, prior to a bar code being accepted. Higher
values significantly increase the time it takes to decode a bar code but also improve
the reliability of the decoded bar code.
Security
This parameter controls the tolerance for decoding edge-to-edge bar codes
(Code 93, Code 128, UPC/EAN). Lower values have a lower tolerance for
misreads, but they also increase the time it takes to decode the bar code. The default
value of 30 is generally a good compromise setting.
5.10.2.2 Code 39
Enabled
Set this parameter to on to enable “Code 39” or off to disable it.
Full Ascii
If this parameter is enabled, the characters +, %, and / are used as escape
characters. The combination of an escape character and the next character
is converted to an equivalent ASCII character.
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Include Check
If this parameter is enabled, the check digit is included with the decoded bar
code data.
AIAG Strip
If this parameter is enabled, the AIAG data identifier is removed from each decoded
Code 39 label. The data identifier occurs in the first position next to the Code 39
start character. It can be a single alphabetic character or a series of numeric digits
followed by an alphabetic character. This identifier defines the general category or
specific use of the data contained in the rest of the bar code.
Note:
If your unit is operating with the Psion Teklogix TESS application, this
parameter should not be used in conjunction with the TESS AIAG feature.
This is because the hand-held performs the strip function before it processes the data through the AIAG feature; if the prefix is stripped, the data
is not identified as AIAG.
Error Accept
If the “Err Accept” and “AIAG Strip” parameters are enabled, all label data without
an AIAG identifier character is accepted. If the “Err Accept” parameter is disabled
and the “AIAG Strip” parameter is enabled, the label data is not accepted.
Mod Checks
This parameter allows you to choose the check digit calculated: MOD 43 Check,
MOD 10 Check or None.
•
Double-tap on Mod Checks to display your options.
• Tap on a check digit to highlight it, and tap on OK.
If you choose None, a check is not executed.
Field Size/Chars
Field Size
The field size is the length of the field after the first character is stripped and
the prefix and suffix characters are added. If the field size is non-zero, only
bar codes of that length are passed through.
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Prefix Char
This character, if non-zero, is added before a successfully decoded bar code. Press
the key you want to insert in the dialog box attached to this parameter. The
ASCII/Unicode key value of the keypress is displayed.
Pressing the <ESC> key in this dialog box resets the data to zero.
Suffix Char
Note:
The appended character is treated as any other keyboard character.
For example, if <BKSP> is pressed, the usual action for that key is
performed. If your unit is operating with the Psion Teklogix ANSI
emulation application, the hand-held transmits the escape sequence
associated with the function immediately after the bar code data.
This character, if non-zero, is added after a successfully decoded bar code. Press the
key you want to insert in the dialog box attached to this parameter. The
ASCII/Unicode key value of the keypress is displayed.
Pressing the <ESC> key in this dialog box resets the data to zero.
Strip Leading
This parameter determines the number of characters that will be removed from the
beginning of the bar code before the prefix character is added.
Note:
For Code 39 bar codes, the “AIAG Strip” is performed before the
“Strip Leading”.
Strip Trailing
The value entered in this parameter determines the number of characters that will be
removed from the end of the bar code before the suffix character is added.
5.10.2.3 Code 128
Enabled
Set this parameter to on to enable “Code 128” or off to disable it.
Include Sym
Setting “Include Sym” to on causes the group separator(s) and start code contained
in this type of bar code to be displayed on the screen.
Note:
This option is available only when ‘EAN/UCC 128’ is selected.
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Variations
When using Code 128, you can choose the bar code variation the scanner will
recognize. The options available are Standard, UCC 128 and EAN/UCC 128.
•
Double-tap on Variations to display a dialog box listing your options.
• Tap on a variation to highlight it, and then tap on OK.
If you choose None, a check is not executed.
Standard
Enable Standard if “Code 128” is desired.
UCC 128
UCC 128 is a variation of “Code 128”.
EAN/UCC 128
To successfully scan this type of bar code, “EAN/UCC 128” must be enabled.
“EAN/UCC” bar codes include group separators and start codes.
Field Size/Chars
Refer to the description beginning on page 154 for details.
5.10.2.4 EAN 13
Enabled
Set this parameter to on to enable “EAN 13” or off to disable it.
Include Country
If this parameter is enabled, the country code is included with the decoded bar
code data.
Include Check
If this parameter is enabled, the check digit is included with the decoded bar
code data.
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Addendum
Important:
Before “Addendum” can take effect, the “Short Code” parameter
(see page 153) must be enabled.
An addendum is a separate bar code, supplementary to the main bar code.
This parameter provides three options: Disabled, Optional and Required.
Depending on the value chosen for this parameter, an addendum is recognized
or ignored.
•
Double-tap on Addendum to display a dialog box listing your options.
• Highlight an item, and tap on OK.
When “Addendum” is set to Disabled, the scanner does not recognize an
addendum. If this parameter is set to Optional, the scanner searches for
an addendum and if one exists, appends it to the main bar code. When the
parameter is set to Required, the scanner does not accept the main bar code
without an addendum.
Prefix/Suffix
Prefix Char
This character, if non-zero, is added before a successfully decoded bar code. Press
the key you want to insert in the dialog box attached to this parameter. The
ASCII/Unicode key value of the keypress is displayed.
Pressing the <ESC> key in this dialog box resets the data to zero.
Suffix Char
This character, if non-zero, is added after a successfully decoded bar code. Press the
key you want to insert in the dialog box attached to this parameter. The
ASCII/Unicode key value of the keypress is displayed.
Pressing the <ESC> key in this dialog box resets the data to zero.
Strip Leading
This parameter determines the number of characters that will be removed from the
beginning of the bar code before the prefix character is added.
Note: The appended character is treated as any other keyboard character. For
example, if <BKSP> is pressed, the usual action for that key is performed. If your hand-held is operating with the Psion Teklogix ANSI emulation application, the hand-held transmits the escape sequence
associated with the function immediately after the bar code data.
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Strip Trailing
The value entered in this parameter determines the number of characters that will be
removed from the end of the bar code before the suffix character is added.
5.10.2.5 EAN 8
Enabled
Set this parameter to on to enable “EAN 8” or off to disable it.
Include Check
If this parameter is enabled, the check digit is included with the decoded bar
code data.
Addendum
Important:
Before “Addendum” can take effect, the “Short Code” parameter
(see page 153) must be enabled.
Refer to “Addendum” on page 157.
Prefix/Suffix
See “Prefix/Suffix” beginning on page 157.
5.10.2.6 UPC A
Enabled
Set this parameter to on to enable “UPC A”.
Include Number Sys
If this parameter is enabled, the number system digit is included with the decoded
bar code data.
Include Check
If this parameter is enabled, the check digit will be included with the decoded bar
code data.
Addendum
Important:
Before “Addendum” can take effect, the “Short Code” parameter
(see page 153) must be enabled.
Refer to “Addendum” on page 157.
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Prefix/Suffix
Refer to page 157 for details.
5.10.2.7 UPC E
Convert to UPC-A
Setting this parameter to on results in a non-standard decoding that returns 12 digits
from the 6 digit UPC E bar code.
Include Number Sys
If this parameter is enabled, the number system digit is included with the decoded
bar code data.
Include Check
When enabled, the check digit is included with the decoded bar code data.
Addendum
Important:
Before “Addendum” can take effect, the “Short Code” parameter
(see page 153) must be enabled.
Refer to “Addendum” on page 157.
Prefix/Suffix
Refer to page 157 for details.
5.10.2.8 Codabar
Enabled
Set this parameter to on to enable “Codabar” or off to disable it.
Field Size/Chars
Refer to the description beginning on page 154 for details.
5.10.2.9 Code 93
Enabled
Set this parameter to on to enable “Code 93”.
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Field Size/Chars
Refer to the description beginning on page 154 for details.
5.10.2.10 Code 11
Enabled
Set this parameter to on to enable “Code 11”.
Include Check
If “Include Check” is enabled, the check digit is included with the decoded bar
code data.
Check Digit
This parameter can be set to None, One Check Digit or Two Check Digits.
•
Double-tap on this parameter to display a dialog box listing your options.
• Highlight the check digit you want to use, and tap on OK.
If this parameter set to One Check Digit, it is assumed that the last digit is a
check digit.
If this parameter is set to Two Check Digits, it is assumed that the last two digits are
check digits.
Field Size/Chars
Refer to the description beginning on page 154 for details.
5.10.2.11 Interleaved 2 of 5
Enabled
Set this parameter to on to enable “Interleaved 2 of 5”.
Mod 10 Check
If this parameter is enabled, the “Mod 10” check digit is calculated. This calculation
is the same as the Code 39 Mod 10 check digit.
ITF Check
If this parameter is enabled, the ITF-14/16 Mod10 check digit is calculated.
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Include Check
If this parameter is enabled, the check digit is included with the decoded bar
code data.
Field Size/Chars
Refer to the description beginning on page 154 for details.
5.10.2.12 MSI Plessey
Enabled
Set this parameter to on to enable “MSI Plessey”.
One Check Digit
If this parameter is enabled, it is assumed that the last digit is a check digit.
Include Check
If this parameter is enabled, the check digit is included with the decoded bar
code data.
Field Size/Chars
Refer to the description beginning on page 154 for details.
5.10.2.13 Discrete 2 of 5
Enabled
Set this parameter to on to enable “Discrete 2 of 5”.
Mod 10 Check
If this parameter is enabled, the Mod 10 check digit is calculated. This calculation is
the same as the Code 39 Mod 10 check digit.
ITF Check
If this parameter is enabled, the ITF-14/16 Mod10 check digit is calculated.
Include Check
If this parameter is enabled, the check digit is included with the decoded bar
code data.
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Field Size/Chars
Refer to the description beginning on page 154 for details.
5.10.2.14 IATA 2 of 5
Enabled
Set this parameter to on to enable “IATA 2 of 5”.
Mod 10 Check
If this parameter is enabled, the Mod 10 check digit is calculated.
ITF Check
If this parameter is enabled, the ITF-14/16 Mod10 check digit is calculated.
Include Check
If this parameter is enabled, the check digit is included with the decoded bar
code data.
Field Size/Chars
Refer to the description beginning on page 154 for details.
5.10.3 Decoded (Internal) Scanners
Figure 5.75 Decoded (Internal) Scanner
•
Tap on the Scanner dropdown menu, and choose Decoded (internal).
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5.10.3.1 Options — Decoded (Internal) Scanner
Dot Time (msec)
The value selected for “Dot Time (msec)” determines (in milliseconds) how long
the targeting dot remains on before the scanner switches to a normal scan sweep.
When you double-tap on this parameter, a dialog box is displayed in which you can
enter a value of 0 msec, 200 msec or 400 msec. A value of 0 (zero) disables the
target dot.
Laser On Time
The value assigned to this parameter determines how long the laser will remain on
when the scan button or trigger is pressed.
Double-tapping on this parameter displays a dialog box in which you can enter a
value between 5 and 99, each number representing 0.1 seconds.
Low Power Timeout
To extend laser life, you can select the time the scanner remains active following a
successful decode. The scanner wakes from low power mode when a bar code is
scanned – a successful decode restores normal blinking.
When you double-tap on this parameter, a dialog box is displayed in which you can
choose a value of 30 sec, 1 min, 2 min or 3 min.
Parameter Scanning
Setting this parameter to on enables decoding of parameter bar codes.
Linear Security Level
This parameter allows you to select the security level appropriate for your bar code
quality. There are four levels of decode security for linear code types (e.g., Code 39,
Interleaved 2 of 5). Higher security levels should be selected for decreasing levels of
bar code quality. As security levels increase, the scanner’s aggressiveness decreases.
Double-tapping on this parameter displays a dialog box in which you can enter a
value from 1 to 4.
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“Linear security level 1” specifies that the following code types must be
successfully read twice before being decoded:
Code Type
Length
Codabar
All
MSI Plessey
4 or less
D 5 of 5
8 or less
I 2 of 5
8 or less
“Linear security level 2” specifies that all types of codes must be successfully read
twice before being decoded.
“Linear security level 3” specifies that code types other than the following must be
successfully read twice before being decoded. The following codes must be read
three times:
Code Type
Length
MSI Plessey
4 or less
D 2 of 5
8 or less
I 2 of 5
8 or less
“Linear security level 4” requires that all code types be successfully read three times
before being decoded.
Bi-Direction Redundancy
Note:
This parameter is only valid if a” Linear Security Level” is enabled.
When this parameter is enabled, a bar code must be successfully scanned in both
directions (forward and reverse) before being decoded.
2D Scanning Mode
When you double-tap on this parameter, a dialog box is displayed in which you can
choose one of the following scanning modes: Smart Raster, Always Raster,
Programmable Raster, Slab Pattern, Cyclone Pattern or Semi-Omni Pattern.
2D Raster Height And 2D Raster Expand Rate
These parameter determine the laser pattern’s height and rate of expansion.
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Note:
These parameters are only used when either Programmable Raster or
Always Raster is assigned to the “2D Scanning Mode” parameter.
“2D Raster Height” and “2D Raster Expand Rate” are intended
for very specific applications and are usually not required for normal
scanning purposes.
Double-tapping on this parameter displays a dialog box in which you can enter a
value from 1 to 15.
5.10.3.2 Data Options — Decoded (Internal) Scanner
Transmit Code ID Char
A code ID character identifies the scanned bar code type. In addition to any single
character prefix already selected, the code ID character is inserted between the
prefix and the decoded symbol.
When you double-tap on this parameter, a dialog box is displayed in which you can
choose a transmit code: None, AIM or Symbol.
Scan Data Format
This parameter allows you to change the scan data transmission format.
Double-tapping on “Scan Data Format” displays the following options from which
you can choose a data format: data (as-is), data <S1>, data <S2>, data <S1><S2>,
<P> data, <P> data <S1>, <P> data <S2> and <P> data <S1><S2>.
Prefix <P>, Suffix <S1> And Suffix <S2>
A prefix and/or one or two suffixes may be appended to scan data for use in
data editing.
When you double-tap on these parameters, a dialog box is displayed in which you
can enter a value from 0 to 255.
Delete Char Set ECIs
Setting this parameter to on enables the scanner to delete any escape sequences
representing Character Set ECIs – Extended Channel Interpretations (also known as
GLIs) from its buffer before transmission.
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When this parameter is enabled, the scanner transmits data from PDF417 and
MicroPDF417 bar codes containing Character Set ECIs, even when the ECI
Protocol is disabled.
ECI Decoder
Setting this parameter to on enables the scanner to interpret any Extended Channel
Interpretations (ECIs) supported by the scanner. This parameter has no effect on
symbols that were not encoded using ECIs.
If this parameter is set to off and a symbol that was encoded using an ECI escape is
scanned, the scanner transmits the ECI escape followed by the uninterpreted data.
5.10.3.3 Code 39
Enable
Setting this parameter to on enables “Code 39”.
Enable Trioptic Code 39
Note:
“Trioptic Code 39” and “Full ASCII” should not be enabled simultaneously. The scanner does not automatically discriminate between these
two symbologies.
Trioptic Code 39 symbols always contain six characters. Setting this parameter to
on allows this type of symbology to be recognized.
Convert To Code 32
Note:
“Code 39” must be enabled in order for this parameter to function.
Setting this parameter to on allows the scanner to convert the bar code from “Code
39” to “Code 32”.
Code 32 Prefix
Note:
“Convert to Code 32” must be enabled in order for this parameter to
function.
When this parameter is enabled, the prefix character “A” is added to all “Code 32”
bar codes.
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Set Length L1 And Set Length L2
Lengths for “Code 39” can be set for Any length, Length within a range, One
discrete length or Two discrete lengths. The length of a code refers to the number of
characters (i.e., human readable characters), including check digit(s).
Double-tapping on this parameter displays a dialog box labelled Set Code Lengths
where you can define the code length that will be decoded by your scanner.
Figure 5.76 Setting Code Lengths
Choosing One discrete length allows you to decode only those codes containing a
selected length. Choosing Two discrete lengths allows you to decode only those
codes containing two selected lengths. Length within a range allows you to decode
a code type within a specified range from 1 to 55.
Check Digit Verification
When this parameter is enabled, the integrity of a “Code 39” symbol is checked to
ensure that it complies with specified algorithms.
Note:
Only those “Code 39” symbols that include a Mod 43 check digit are
decoded when this parameter is enabled.
Transmit Check Digit
If the check digit is to be transmitted with the data, this parameter must to enabled.
Full ASCII
If this parameter is enabled, the characters +, %, and / are used as escape characters.
The combination of an escape character and the next character is converted to an
equivalent ASCII character.
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Decode Performance
If this parameter is enabled, one of three decode levels can be chosen in the “Decode
Performance Level” parameter.
Decode Perf. Level
This parameter provides three levels of decode performance or “aggressiveness” for
Code 39 symbols. Increasing the performance level reduces the amount of required
bar code orientation – this is useful when scanning very long and/or truncated bar
codes. Keep in mind that increased levels reduce decode security.
When you double-tap on this parameter, a dialog box is displayed in which you can
enter a decode performance level of between 1 and 3.
Field Size/Chars
Refer to page 154 for details.
5.10.3.4 Code 128
Enabled
Set this parameter to on to enable “Code 128”.
Enable UCC/EAN-128
EAN/UCC bar codes include group separators and start codes. To successfully scan
this type of bar code, “EAN/UCC 128” must be enabled.
Enable ISBT 128
To successfully scan this type of bar code, this option must be set to on.
Decode Performance
If this parameter is set to on, one of three decode levels assigned to the “Decode
Performance Level” parameter can be selected.
Decode Perf. Level
This parameter provides three levels of decode performance or “aggressiveness” for
Code 128 symbols. Increasing the performance level reduces the amount of required
bar code orientation – this is useful when scanning very long and/or truncated bar
codes. Keep in mind that increased levels reduce decode security.
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EAN 13
When you double-tap on this parameter, a dialog box is displayed in which you can
enter a decode performance level of between 1 and 3.
Field Size/Chars
Refer to page 154 for details.
5.10.3.5 EAN 13
Enabled
Set this parameter to on to enable “EAN 13”.
Prefix/Suffix
See “Prefix/Suffix” beginning on page 157.
5.10.3.6 EAN 8
Enabled
Set this parameter to on to enable “EAN 8”.
EAN-8 Zero Extend
When this parameter is enabled, five leading zeros are added to decoded EAN-8
symbols, making them compatible in format to EAN-13 symbols. Disabling this
parameter returns EAN-8 symbols to their normal format.
Prefix/Suffix
See “Prefix/Suffix” beginning on page 157.
5.10.3.7 UPC A
Enabled
Set this parameter to on to enable “UPC A”.
UPC-A, Check Digit
If you enable this parameter, the check digit is included with the decoded bar
code data.
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UPC-A, Preamble
When you double-tap on this parameter, a dialog box is displayed where you can
choose one of three options for lead-in characters for UPC-A symbols transmitted to
the host device: System Char – system character transmitted with the data, Country
code and System Char – both the country code (“0” for USA) and system character
are transmitted with the data or None – no preamble is transmitted. The lead-in
characters are considered part of the symbol.
Prefix/Suffix
See “Prefix/Suffix” beginning on page 157.
5.10.3.8 UPC E
Enabled UPC-E
Set this parameter to on to allow “UPC E” bar code scans.
Enabled UPC-E1
Set this parameter to on to allow “UPC-E1” (zero suppressed) bar code scans.
UPC-E And UPC-E1 Check Digit
If you enable one or both of these parameters, a check digit is included with the
decoded bar code data.
UPC-E And UPC-E1 Preamble
When you double-tap on one of these parameters, a dialog box is displayed where
you can choose one of three options for lead-in characters for UPC-E and UPC-E1
symbols transmitted to the host device: System Char – system character transmitted
with the data, Country code and System Char – both the country code (“0” for
USA) and system character are transmitted with the data or None – no preamble is
transmitted. The lead-in characters are considered part of the symbol.
Conv. UPC-E To UPC-A
This parameter converts UPC-E (zero suppressed) decoded data to UPC-A format
before transmission. After conversion, data follows UPC-A format and is affected
by UPC-A programming selections (e.g., Preamble, Check Digit).
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Conv. UPC-E1 To UPC-A
This parameter converts UPC-E1 (zero suppressed) decoded data to UPC-A format
before transmission. After conversion, data follows UPC-A format and is affected
by UPC-A programming selections (e.g., Preamble, Check Digit).
Prefix/Suffix
See “Prefix/Suffix” beginning on page 157.
5.10.3.9 UPC/EAN Shared Settings
The parameters you set here are a shared across all available UPC and EAN
bar codes.
Enable Bookland EAN
Setting this parameter to on allows your scanner to recognize Bookland EAN
bar codes.
Supplementals
'Supplementals” are additionally appended characters (2 or 5).
Double-tapping this parameter displays a list of options. If Ignore is chosen,
UPC/EAN is decoded and the supplemental characters are ignored. If Decode is
chosen, UPC/EAN symbols are decoded with supplementals. Autodiscriminate
works in conjunction with the Supp. Redundancy parameter.
Supp. Redundancy
With “Autodiscriminate” selected in the “Supplementals” parameter, “Supp.
Redundancy” adjusts the number of times a symbol without supplementals is
decoded before transmission.
When you double-tap on this parameter, a dialog is displayed in which you can enter
a value between 2 and 20. A value of 5 or above is recommended when
Autodiscriminate is selected and you are decoding a mix of UPC/EAN symbols with
and without supplementals.
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Codabar
Security Level
This parameter controls the tolerance for decoding edge-to-edge UPC/EAN bar
codes. Double-tapping on this parameter displays a dialog box in which you can
choose a level from 0 to 3. Lower values have a lower tolerance for misreads, but
they also increase the time it takes to decode the bar code.
Linear Decode
“Linear Decode” applies to code types containing two adjacent blocks (e.g.,
UPC-A, EAN-8, EAN-13). When enabled (set to on), a bar code is transmitted only
when both the left and right blocks are successfully decoded within one laser scan.
This option should be enabled when bar codes are in proximity to each other.
2D UPC Half Block Stitching
Setting this parameter to on enables “UPC Half Block Stitching” for the SE 3223
omnidirectional engine only.
5.10.3.10 Codabar
Enabled
Set this parameter to on to enable “Codabar”.
Set Length L1 And Set Length L2
Lengths for “Codabar” can be set for Any length, Length within a range, One
discrete length or Two discrete lengths. The length of a code refers to the number of
characters (i.e., human readable characters), including check digit(s).
Double-tapping on this parameter displays a dialog box labelled Set Code Lengths
where you can define the code length that will be recognized by your scanner.
Choosing One discrete length allows you to decode only those codes containing a
selected length. Choosing Two discrete lengths allows you to decode only those
codes containing two selected lengths. Length within a range allows you to decode
a code type within a specified range from 5 to 55.
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CLSI Editing
When enabled, this parameter strips the start and stop characters and inserts a space
after the first, fifth, and tenth characters of a 14-character Codabar symbol.
Note:
Symbol length does not include start and stop characters.
NOTIS Editing
When enabled, this parameter strips the start and stop characters from decoded
Codabar symbol.
Field Size/Chars
Refer to page 154 for details.
5.10.3.11 Code 93
Enabled
Set this parameter to on to enable “Code 93”.
Set Length L1 And Set Length L2
Lengths for “Code 93” can be set for Any length, Length within a range, One
discrete length or Two discrete lengths. The length of a code refers to the number of
characters (i.e., human readable characters), including check digit(s).
Double-tapping on this parameter displays a dialog box labelled Set Code Lengths
where you can define the code length that will be recognized by your scanner.
Choosing One discrete length allows you to decode only those codes containing a
selected length. Choosing Two discrete lengths allows you to decode only those
codes containing two selected lengths. Length within a range allows you to decode
a code type within a specified range from 4 to 55.
Field Size/Chars
Refer to page 154 for details.
5.10.3.12 Interleaved 2 of 5
Enabled
Set this parameter to on to enable “Interleaved 2 of 5”.
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Set Length L1 And Set Length L2
Lengths for “Interleaved 2 of 5” can be set for Any length, Length within a range,
One discrete length or Two discrete lengths. The length of a code refers to the
number of characters (i.e., human readable characters), including check digit(s).
Double-tapping on this parameter displays a dialog box labelled Set Code Lengths
where you can define the code length that will be recognized by your scanner.
Choosing One discrete length allows you to decode only those codes containing a
selected length. Choosing Two discrete lengths allows you to decode only those
codes containing two selected lengths. Length within a range allows you to decode
a code type within a specified range from 4 to 14.
Check Digit Verification
When enabled, this parameter checks the integrity of an I 2 of 5 symbol to ensure it
complies with a specified algorithm – either USS (Uniform Symbology
Specification) or OPCC (Optical Product Code Council).
Transmit Check Digit
If this parameter is enabled, the check digit is included with the bar code data.
Convert To EAN 13
If this parameter is enabled, an I 2 of 5 bar code is converted to EAN 13.
Field Size/Chars
Refer to page 154 for details.
5.10.3.13 MSI Plessey
Enabled
Set this parameter to on to enable “MSI Plessey”.
Set Length L1 And Set Length L2
Lengths for “MSI Plessey” can be set for Any length, Length within a range, One
discrete length or Two discrete lengths. The length of a code refers to the number of
characters (i.e., human readable characters), including check digit(s).
Double-tapping on this parameter displays a dialog box labelled Set Code Lengths
where you can define the code length that will be recognized by your scanner.
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Discrete 2 of 5
Choosing One discrete length allows you to decode only those codes containing a
selected length. Choosing Two discrete lengths allows you to decode only those
codes containing two selected lengths. Length within a range allows you to decode
a code type within a specified range from 6 to 55.
Check Digits
Double-tapping on this parameter displays a dialog box in which you can choose
One or Two check digit(s).
If this parameter is set to One, it is assumed that the last digit is a check digit. If
“Check Digits” is set to Two, it is assumed that the last two digits are check digits.
Note:
If Two check digits is selected, an MSI Plessey “Check Digit Algorithm”
must also be selected. See page 9-88.
Transmit Check Digit
If this parameter is enabled, the check digit is included with the bar code data.
Check Digit Algorithm
When the Two MSI Plessey check digits option is selected, an additional
verification is required to ensure integrity. Double-tapping on this parameter
displays a dialog box in which you can choose the algorithm to be used: MOD
10/MOD 11 or MOD 10/MOD 10.
Field Size/Chars
Refer to page 154 for details.
5.10.3.14 Discrete 2 of 5
Enabled
Set this parameter to on to enable “Discrete 2 of 5”.
Set Length L1 And Set Length L2
Lengths for “Discrete 2 of 5” can be set for Any length, Length within a range, One
discrete length or Two discrete lengths. The length of a code refers to the number of
characters (i.e., human readable characters), including check digit(s).
Double-tapping on this parameter displays a dialog box labelled Set Code Lengths
where you can define the code length that will be recognized by your scanner.
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Choosing One discrete length allows you to decode only those codes containing a
selected length. Choosing Two discrete lengths allows you to decode only those
codes containing two selected lengths. Length within a range allows you to decode
a code type within a specified range from 1 to 12.
Field Size/Chars
Refer to page 154 for details.
5.10.3.15 2D PDF-417
Enable
Setting this parameter to on enables PDF-417 two dimensional (2D) coding.
Field Size/Chars
Refer to page 154 for details.
5.10.3.16 2D Micro PDF-417
Enable
Setting this parameter to on enables “2D Micro PDF-417” bar code scanning. Micro
PDF-417 is a multi-row symbology that is useful for applications requiring greater
area efficiency but lower data capacity than PDF-417.
Code 128 Emulation
When this parameter is enabled, the scanner transmits data from certain Micro
PDF-417 symbols as if it was encoded in Code 128 symbols.
If Code 128 Emulation is enabled, the following Micro PDF-417 symbols are
transmitted with one of the following prefixes:
]C1 if the first codeword is 903-907, 912, 914, 915
]C2 if the first codeword is 908 or 909
]C0 if the first codeword is 910 or 911
If Code 128 Emulation is set to off, the Micro PDF-417 symbols are transmitted
with one of the following prefixes:
]L3
]L4
]L5
if the first codeword is 903-907, 912, 914, 915
if the first codeword is 908 or 909
if the first codeword is 910 or 911
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2D RSS Code (Reduced Space Symbology)
Field Size/Chars
Refer to page 154 for details.
5.10.3.17 2D RSS Code (Reduced Space Symbology)
Enable
Setting this parameter to on enables “2D RSS Code” scanning capability.
Enable RSS-14
RSS-14 code can be either purely linear or split in half with one half stacked on top
of the other half. Stacking the code reduces the bar code length, and providing the
nominal height of the code is maintained, it can be omni-directionally scanned.
Enable RSS Limited
‘RSS-Limited” is restricted, in that it can only encode 14 digit GTINs (global trade
item number) that begin with either a 0 or a 1. It is not stackable and is not designed
to be read omni-directionally.
Enable RSS Expanded
‘RSS Expanded” uses the same application identifiers as UCC/EAN-128 codes but
they can be split into sections and stacked several rows high, reducing the length of
the symbol, while increasing the capacity of data that can be stored. “RSS
Expanded” code can be omni-directionally scanned.
Field Size/Chars
Refer to page 154 for details.
5.10.3.18 Composite
Important:
To successfully read this type of bar code, the two types of
symbologies included in a composite bar code must be enabled.
In addition, “Center Bar Code Only” must be disabled.
A composite symbol includes multi-row 2D components making it compatible with
linear and area CCD scanners along with linear and rastering laser scanners.
The options available for this parameter represent multi-level components of a
composite symbol.
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Enable CC-C And Enable CC-AB
To activate these components, set the parameters to on.
Enable TLC-39
This composite component integrates MicroPDF417 with the linear code. Setting
this parameter to on enables this parameter.
5.10.4 Decoded (Intermec ISCP)
Figure 5.77 Decoded Intermec Scanner
•
Tap on the Scanner dropdown menu, and choose Decoded (Intermec ISCP).
5.10.4.1 Code 39
Enable
Setting this parameter to on enables “Code 39”.
Field Size/Chars
Refer to page 154 for details.
5.10.4.2 Code 128
Setting this parameter to on enables “Code 128”.
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UPC A
Field Size/Chars
Refer to page 154 for details.
5.10.4.3 UPC A
Enabled
Set this parameter to on to enable “UPC A” bar code scanning recognition.
Prefix/Suffix
Refer to page 157 for details.
5.10.4.4 UPC E
Enabled
Set this parameter to on to enable “UPC E”.
Prefix/Suffix
Refer to page 157 for details.
5.10.4.5 EAN 8
Enabled
Set this parameter to on to enable “EAN 8”.
Prefix/Suffix
See “Prefix/Suffix” beginning on page 157.
5.10.4.6 EAN 13
Enabled
Set this parameter to on to enable “EAN 13”.
Prefix/Suffix
See “Prefix/Suffix” beginning on page 157.
5.10.4.7 UPC/EAN Shared Settings
The setting assigned to the “Addendum” parameter associated with this option is
shared across all UPC and EAN bar codes.
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Interleaved 2 of 5
Addendum
Refer to “Addendum” on page 157.
5.10.4.8 Interleaved 2 of 5
Enabled
Set this parameter to on to enable “Interleaved 2 of 5”.
Field Size/Chars
Refer to page 154 for details.
5.10.4.9 Discrete 2 of 5
Enabled
Set this parameter to on to enable “Discrete 2 of 5”.
Field Size/Chars
Refer to page 154 for details.
5.10.4.10 Code 11
Enabled
Set this parameter to on to enable “Code 11”.
Field Size/Chars
Refer to page 154 for details.
5.10.4.11 Codabar
Enabled
Set this parameter to on to enable “Codabar”.
Field Size/Char
Refer to page 154 for details.
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5.10.4.12 Code 93
Enabled
Set this parameter to on to enable “Code 93”.
Field Size/Char
Refer to page 154 for details.
5.10.4.13 MSI Plessey
Enabled
Set this parameter to on to enable “MSI Plessey”.
Field Size/Char
Refer to page 154 for details.
5.10.5 Imager
Figure 5.78 Imager
•
Tap on the Scanner dropdown menu, and choose Imager.
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5.10.5.1 Options – Imager
Dot Time (msec)
The value selected for “Dot Time (msec)” determines (in milliseconds) how long
the targeting dot remains on before the scanner switches to a normal scan sweep.
When you double-tap on this parameter, a dialog box is displayed in which you can
enter a value of between 0 and 3000. A value of 0 disables the target dot.
Center Bar Code Only
Note:
This parameter must be disabled when reading Composite bar codes.
When more than one bar code is visible in a single snap shot, this parameter allows
you to specify that only the centre image within the imager framing marker be read.
When this parameter is set to on, the target dot is pointed at the centre image and
only that image is returned.
Auto Exposure
Important:
This parameter value should only be changed by qualified Psion
Teklogix personnel. It should be left at the default value – ‘on’.
Setting this parameter to on allows the imager to make automatic gain, integration
and illumination adjustments based on ambient light before capturing the bar code.
If the adjustment is insufficient, further adjustments are made automatically before
another image is captured.
Fast Converge
Note:
“Auto Exposure” must be set to ‘on’ in order for this parameter
to function.
Keep in mind that while this parameter can improve imager performance,
“Fast Converge” increases battery power consumption.
Setting this parameter to on speeds the “Auto Exposure” process. It allows the
imager to rapidly snap a number of bar code capture attempts while finding ideal
values for gain, integration and illumination.
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Max Gain, Max Integration And Max Illumination
Important:
These parameter values should only be changed by qualified
Psion Teklogix personnel.
These parameters represent internal units used by the Symagery imager. The “Auto
Exposure” parameter automatically adjusts the “Max Gain”, “Max Integration” and
“Max Illumination” parameters to produce the best bar code read. Keep in mind that
“Auto Exposure” must be set to on in order for these parameter values to be
automatically adjusted.
Double-tapping on any of these parameters displays an associated dialog box in
which an allowable range is displayed: Max Gain – 357 to 7920, Max Integration –
0 to 65535, Max Illumination – 0 to 7.
5.10.5.2 Code 39
Enabled
Set this parameter to on to enable “Code 39”.
Field Size/Chars
Refer to page 154 for details.
5.10.5.3 Code 128
Enabled
Set this parameter to on to enable “Code 128.
Field Size/Chars
Refer to page 154 for details.
5.10.5.4 UPC/EAN
This parameter allows you to enable the following UPC (Universal Product Code)
and EAN (European Article Numbering) bar codes: UPC-A, UPC-E, UPC-E1,
UPC-8, EAN-13, Bookland EAN-13 and Bookland EAN.
Enabled
Set this parameter to on to enable “UPC/EAN” bar codes.
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Codabar
Addendum
Refer to “Addendum” on page 157.
Prefix/Suffix
Refer to page 157 for details.
5.10.5.5 Codabar
Enabled
Set this parameter to on to enable “Codabar”.
Field Size/Char
Refer to page 154 for details.
5.10.5.6 Code 93
Enabled
Set this parameter to on to enable “Code 93”.
Field Size/Char
Refer to page 154 for details.
5.10.5.7 Interleaved 2 of 5
Enabled
Set this parameter to on to enable “Interleaved 2 of 5”.
Field Size/Chars
Refer to page 154 for details.
5.10.5.8 Postal: Australian
Enabled
Set this parameter to on to enable “Postal: Australian”.
Field Size/Chars
Refer to page 154 for details.
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5.10.5.9 Postal: Japanese
Enabled
Set this parameter to on to enable “Postal: Japanese”.
Field Size/Chars
Refer to page 154 for details.
5.10.5.10 Postal: Korean
Enabled
Set this parameter to on to enable “Postal: Korean”.
Field Size/Chars
Refer to page 154 for details.
5.10.5.11 Postal: PlaNET
Enabled
Set this parameter to on to enable “Postal: PlaNET”.
Field Size/Chars
Refer to page 154 for details.
5.10.5.12 Postal: PostNET
Enabled
Set this parameter to on to enable “Postal: PostNET”.
Field Size/Chars
Refer to page 154 for details.
5.10.5.13 Postal: Royal
Enabled
Set this parameter to on to enable “Postal: Royal”.
Field Size/Chars
Refer to page 154 for details.
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5.10.5.14 2D DataMatrix
Enabled
Set this parameter to on to enable “2D DataMatrix”.
Field Size/Chars
Refer to page 154 for details.
5.10.5.15 2D Maxicode
Enabled
Set this parameter to on to enable “2D Maxicode”.
Field Size/Chars
Refer to page 154 for details.
5.10.5.16 2D PDF-417
Enabled
Set this parameter to on to enable “2D PDF-417”.
Field Size/Chars
Refer to page 154 for details.
5.10.5.17 2D Micro PDF-417
Enabled
Set this parameter to on to enable “2D Micro PDF-417”.
Field Size/Chars
Refer to page 154 for details.
5.10.5.18 2D QR Code
Enabled
Set this parameter to on to enable “2D QR Code”.
Field Size/Chars
Refer to page 154 for details.
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2D RSS Code
5.10.5.19 2D RSS Code
Enabled
Set this parameter to on to enable “2D RSS Code”.
Field Size/Chars
Refer to page 154 for details.
5.10.5.20 Aztec
Enabled
Set this parameter to on to enable “Aztec”.
Field Size/Chars
Refer to page 154 for details.
5.10.5.21 Composite
A composite symbol includes multi-row 2D components making it compatible with
linear and area CCD scanners along with linear and rastering laser scanners.
Enabled
Set this parameter to on to enable “Composite” bar code scanner.
Important:
To successfully read this type of bar code, the two types of
symbologies included in the composite must be enabled.
In addition, “Center Bar Code Only” must be disabled.
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5.10.6 Decoded (External)
Figure 5.79 Tether And Console Port Settings
While you cannot configure the scanner, you can configure communications with a
serial decoded scanner using the options in this tab.
5.10.6.1 Tether Port
Figure 5.80 Tether Port Settings
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Baud
Double-tapping on this parameter displays a pop-up window in which you can
choose an appropriate baud rate.
Figure 5.81 Tether Port Baud Rates
Data Bits
This parameter determines the number of bits for the data going through this port.
Double-tapping on this option displays a pop-up window in which you can choose
either 7 or 8 data bits.
Parity
This parameter determines the type of parity checking used on the data going
through the tether port. Double-tapping on this option displays a pop-up window in
which you can choose the appropriate Parity.
Figure 5.82 Parity Settings
Stop Bits
This parameter specifies the number of stop bits – 1, 1.5 or 2 – used for asynchronous communication.
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Console Port
5.10.6.2 Console Port
Figure 5.83 Console Port Settings
Enabled
This parameter must be set to on in order for the 7535/7530 to recognize the device
connected to the console port.
Baud
Refer to page 189 for details.
Data Bits
Refer to page 189 for details about this parameter.
Parity
For details, refer to page 189.
Stop Bits
Refer to page 189 for details about “Stop Bits”.
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Options Tab
5.10.7 Options Tab
This tab allows you to tailor the double-click parameters and the display options
associated with your scanner.
Figure 5.84 Options Tab
Double Click Parameters
Click Time (msec)
This parameter controls the maximum gap time (in milliseconds) for a double-click.
If the time between the first and second clicks of the scanner trigger is within this
time, it is considered a double-click. The allowable range is 0 to 1000. A value of
zero disables this feature.
A double-click produces different results depending on whether or not a value is
assigned in the “Click Data” parameter. When a value is not assigned for the “Click
Data”, double-clicking the scanner trigger overrides the target dot delay set in the
“Dot Time” parameter and initiates a normal scan sweep. If a value is assigned for
the “Click Data” parameter, double-clicking the scanner trigger inserts the “Click
Data” value rather than initiating a scan.
Click Data
For both integrated and external scanners, this parameter determines which
character is sent to the application installed in your 7535/7530 following a
double-click. A dialog box appears, asking that you press the key you want to insert.
The ASCII/Unicode key value of the keypress is displayed.
Pressing the <ESC> key in this dialog box resets the data to zero.
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Display Parameters
Scan Result
When this parameter is enabled, the type of bar code and the result of the scan
appear on the screen. Note that this information is only displayed after a successful
decode and is visible only while the scanner trigger is pressed. When the trigger is
released, this information is cleared from the screen.
Scan Indicator
When this parameter is enabled, the laser warning logo appears on the display
whenever the scanner is activated.
Scan Result Time (sec)
The value assigned to the “Scan Result Time (sec)” parameter determines how long
the scan results of a successful scan are displayed on the screen. Time is measured in
seconds, and a value of “0” (zero) disables the parameter. When you choose this
option, a dialog box appears where you can enter a value.
Note:
To remove the scan result from the screen before the “Result Time” has
expired, point the scanner away from the bar code and press the trigger.
Good Scan Beep And Bad Scan Beep
These parameters determine whether or not the 7535/7530 emits an audible scanner
‘beep’ when a good (successful) scan or a bad (unsuccessful) scan is performed. Set
these parameters to either on to enable the beeper or off to disable it.
Scan Log File
If this parameter is enabled, the input barcode and the modified/translated output bar
code are logged in the file \Flash Disk\ScanLog.txt. Keep in mind that if the ‘Scan
Log File’ is enabled, there is a slight performance effect when performing multiple
scans since the log file is written to persistent storage.
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Translations
5.10.8 Translations
Figure 5.85 Translation Tab
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In the Translation tab, choose the Add button.
Figure 5.86 Translation Dialog Box
Input
This value is compared with the decoded bar code reading. If there is a match, the
“Output” string is translated into the decoded bar code.
Output
If there is a match between the decoded bar code and the corresponding “Input”
string, the decoded bar code will be translated into the “Output” string. This string
entry parameter can be null, or it may contain any combination of standard and
special characters (e.g., function keys, <ENTER>, etc.).
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Type
The value chosen from this dropdown menu determines what is compared with the
decoded bar code reading – the beginning of decoded bar code, the end of decoded
bar code, the entire decoded bar code or anywhere within the decoded bar code
(default).
5.11 SNMP (Simple Network Management Protocol) Setup
Simple Network Management Protocol (SNMP) is the protocol used to monitor and
manage devices attached to a TCP/IP network (providing they support SNMP).
SNMP uses Management Information Bases (MIBs) that define the variables an
SNMP Network Management Station can access. Each product has a defined set of
MIBs that determine how SNMP operates, the type of access allowed and so on.
All Teklogix products support the TEKLOGIX-GENERIC-MIB – a MIB that
defines some common features across Teklogix products. All devices also support
MIB-II, a management information base that defines the common features of
TCP/IP networks. The SNMP Agent software embedded in the 7535/7530 product
supports SNMPv1 (RFC 1157).
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In the Control Panel, choose the SNMP icon.
Figure 5.87 SNMP Icon
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Contact Tab
5.11.1 Contact Tab
The SNMP dialog box is displayed.
Figure 5.88 Contact Tab
Contact
This field identifies the contact person for this managed node along with
information about how to get in touch with this person. The content of this
parameter is accessible through MIB-II’s sysContact object.
Location
This parameter is used to identify the physical location of this node (e.g., Warehouse
A: Pillar 32B). The content of this parameter is accessible through MIB-II’s
sysLocation object.
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Communities Tab
5.11.2 Communities Tab
Figure 5.89 Community Settings
The “Communities” tab provides a means of limiting access to SNMP managed
devices to those SNMP Managers with matching “community names”, as specified
by RFC 1157.
Enable SNMP
Enabling Enable SNMP allows the device to respond to SNMP queries and to send
Traps. After enabling this option and rebooting the device, the SNMP Agent will
automatically start up. To disable this feature, remove the check mark from the
check box.
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Adding A Community
5.11.2.1 Adding A Community
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Choose the Add button to add a new ‘community’.
Figure 5.90 Adding A Community
Name
The value assigned here is the name assigned by the network administrator to the set
of devices to which this managed node belongs.
Rights
This menu allows you to specify access – that is, ‘Read-Only’ or Read-Write’
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5.11.2.2 Modifying A Community Setting
To modify an existing community:
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Highlight the community you want to alter.
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Choose the Change button.
Figure 5.91 Changing Or Removing A Community
A Modify Community dialog box is displayed, listing the community you
highlighted.
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Edit the Name and/or Rights, and press <ENTER> to save your changes.
5.11.2.3 Removing An Existing Community
To remove an item:
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Highlight the community you want to remove in the Communities tab and
then choose the Remove button.
A Delete Confirmation screen is displayed.
•
To remove a community, choose the Yes button, or
If you decide not to remove the community, choose the No button.
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Trap Destination Tab
5.11.3 Trap Destination Tab
A trap is an unsolicited report sent to SNMP Managers by the SNMP Agent running
on the managed node. This option allows you to define where the report will be sent.
Figure 5.92 Trap Destination Tab
5.11.3.1 Enabling Authentication TRAPS
Enabling Enable Authentication TRAPS allows authorization traps to be sent when
a failure is detected (e.g., an SNMP message received with a bad community name).
5.11.3.2 Adding A Destination
To add a new destination:
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Choose the Add button.
Figure 5.93 Adding A Trap Destination
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Type a destination in the text box provided, and press <ENTER>.
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5.11.3.3 Changing A Destination
To change an existing trap destination:
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Highlight the destination you want to alter in the Trap Destination tab, and
then choose the Change button.
A dialog box like the one displayed when you add a destination is displayed.
Figure 5.94 Changing A Destination
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Make the changes to the destination, and press <ENTER> to save
the changes.
5.11.3.4 Removing A Trap Destination
To remove a trap destination:
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In the Trap Destination tab, highlight the destination you want to delete.
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Choose the Remove button.
A Delete Confirmation screen is displayed.
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To remove a destination, choose the Yes button, or
If you decide not to remove the destination, choose the No button.
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Permitted Hosts Tab
5.11.4 Permitted Hosts Tab
For security reasons, the Network Administrator may want to restrict SNMP-node
access to a known sub-set of SNMP Managers. This tab lists the IP addresses of all
the SNMP Managers which are allowed to monitor and manage this device. If no
entries are listed, the device will accept SNMP queries from any host.
Figure 5.95 Permitted Hosts Tab
5.11.4.1 Adding A Host
To add a new host:
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Highlight the Add button, and press <ENTER>.
Figure 5.96 Adding A Host
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Type a new host IP address in the text box provided, and press <ENTER>.
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5.11.4.2 Changing A Host
To change an existing host IP address:
•
Highlight the IP address you want to alter in the Permitted Hosts tab, and
then choose the Change button.
A dialog box like the one displayed when you add a host is displayed.
•
Make the necessary changes, and press <ENTER>.
5.12 Wireless WAN
A 7535/7530 equipped with a GSM/GPRS or CDMA/1xRTT radio provides wide
area networking capabilities.
5.12.1 Taskbar Icons
Wireless WAN icons in the taskbar indicate the status of your wide area network
connection. Note that these icons are only visible when a GSM/GPRS or
CDMA/1xRTT radio is installed in the unit, and the interface is enabled.
The letter in the signal strength icon (G for GSM/GPRS and X for CDMA/1xRTT)
indicates that a packet data service is available and initialized. Keep in mind that the
signal strength icon is displayed without a letter if packet data service is not
available or if it is available but not yet initialized.
User interaction is required (e.g. the user is required to enter a PIN).
A non-recoverable (fatal) error has occurred.
The modem status is unknown or the modem is not connected to a network (the
signal strength is 0%).
Signal strength is between 1% and 20%.
Signal strength is between 21% and 40%.
Signal strength is between 41% and 60%.
Signal strength is between 61% and 80%.
Signal strength is between 81% and 100%.
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When a packet data service is available, a letter is added to the signal strength icon,
indicating the type of packet service – G for GSM/GPRS or X for CDMA/1xRTT.
The next icon provides example of what you might see.
A GPRS packet data connection is active, the signal strength is between 41% and
60% and GSM.GPRS packet service is available.
The signal strength icon is replaced by a connection indicator icon when a packet
data connection is started.
A GPRS packet data connection is active.
A CDMA/1xRTT packet data connection is active.
5.12.2 Establishing A Connection
To display the main Wireless WAN dialog box:
•
Double-tap on the Wireless WAN icon in the taskbar.
If the icon is not visible in the taskbar (the radio interface has been shut down or the
modem has been removed):
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In the Control Panel, choose the Wireless WAN icon.
Figure 5.97 Wireless WAN Icon
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The main Wireless WAN dialog box is displayed.
Figure 5.98 Establishing A Connection
Note:
If you are prompted to enter a PIN, refer to “Entering A PIN Number” on
page 206 for details.
When Ready to connect is displayed in the Status field, the Connect Data button is
enabled.
•
Tap on the Connect Data button.
The progress of the connection is tracked in the Status field.
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PPP link to modem active
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Authenticating user
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User authenticated
•
Connected
Note:
Keep in mind that these states may be displayed fairly quickly if the
progress of the connection is rapid.
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Disconnecting From A Network
When the connection state reaches PPP link to modem active, the taskbar icon changes
to indicate an active connection. The Connect Data button changes to Disconnect.
Figure 5.99 Connection Established
5.12.3 Disconnecting From A Network
To disconnect from the network:
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Tap the stylus on the Disconnect button, and then on OK.
When the 7535/7530 network connection is severed, the Status field displays Ready
to connect.
A unit equipped with a GSM/GPRS expansion board displays the signal strength in
the main Wireless WAN screen, even while a connection is active. Units equipped
with Sierra Wireless Aircard modems do not display the signal strength while a
connection is active. The Rx bytes and Tx bytes fields estimate the amount of data
transmitted and received, respectively.
5.12.3.1 Shutting Down The Wireless WAN User Interface
While it is not usual to shut down the GSM/GPRS user interface, you can
accomplish this by tapping on the File menu and choosing the Exit command at the
bottom of the main Wireless WAN dialog box
Note:
Once you’ve shut down the user interface, you can only enable the radio
by opening the Control Panel and tapping on the Wireless WAN icon to
display the Wireless WAN dialog box.
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5.12.4 Advanced Information
In most cases, when a GSM/GPRS radio and SIM are installed in your 7535/7530,
setup is automatic. Follow the steps outlined under the heading “Establishing A
Connection” on page 203 to make a connection. The information in this section is
for advanced setup purposes.
5.12.4.1 Entering A PIN Number
If a PIN is required, a PIN entry dialog box is displayed.
•
Note:
Type your PIN, and press <ENTER>.
If you exceed the number of allowable attempts, a PUK entry window is
brought to the foreground. You’ll need to enter a new PIN number.
Once the correct PIN or PUK is entered or if none was required, the modem is
instructed to perform a GSM network registration followed by a GPRS attach. The
main Wireless WAN dialog box reflects the progress of the initialization.
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Searching for modem
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Initializing modem
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SIM is ready
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Searching for network
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Registered on network
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Searching for GPRS
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Ready to connect
If the modem loses the connection to the GSM network, the following states are
repeated: Searching for network, Registered on network, Searching for GPRS and
Ready to connect.
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5.12.4.2 Error States
The following temporary error states (i.e., these states may disappear without
interaction) may be displayed:
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Emergency calls only
The modem has found a network but is not allowed to register (e.g. no
roaming agreement between networks). The modem keeps searching for
another network.
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No network found
A network is not currently available. The modem continues searching for
a network.
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GPRS not available
The current network does not support GPRS.
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GPRS not allowed
The modem is not allowed to use GPRS on the current network (e.g. no
GPRS roaming agreement between network; a roaming agreement for
voice may still be in place). It is also possible that you do not have a subscription for GPRS at all.
The remaining error states are permanent:
•
SIM is missing
The SIM card is missing. After the SIM has been inserted a warm boot may
be required.
•
SIM failure
The SIM card is permanently disabled (e.g. because the wrong PUK has
been entered too many times). A new SIM is needed.
•
Modem failure
The modem did not respond to commands as expected. If a warm boot does
not clear this condition, the modem may need to be replaced.
•
NDIS error
An internal software error has occurred. If a warm boot does not clear this
condition, Psion Teklogix technical support may need to investigate further.
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Tools Menu
5.12.5 Tools Menu
The Tools menu in the main Wireless WAN dialog box offers some additional,
advanced setup features.
Figure 5.100 Tools Menu
5.12.5.1 Data Connection Configuration
Figure 5.101 Data Configuration
If the Enable automatic connect: checkbox is checked (unchecked by default), the
Wireless WAN user interface will attempt to establish a GPRS connection whenever
GPRS is available (e.g. after resume from suspend without further user interaction).
To activate the automatic connection mode:
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Tap on the OK button.
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While automatic connection mode is enabled, the Connect Data button in the main
Wireless LAN dialog box changes to Disable Auto. To close the currently active
connection (if any) and disables the automatic connection mode:
•
Tap on Disable Auto.
Important:
Automatic connection mode should not be used if applications
other than the Wireless WAN user interface (e.g. Connection
Manager) are expected to open and close connections.
If the automatic connection mode is enabled and another application closes the GPRS connection, the WWAN user interface will
immediately try to re-establish the connection.
In most cases, the data connection is configured automatically and no user
interaction is required. This is true even if multiple SIM cards from different
operators are used with the same device. The connection parameters are adjusted
automatically when a new SIM card is detected (this may require a warm boot). The
connection parameters are retrieved from a database.
Manual configuration should be necessary only if:
•
One or more parameters in the database are incorrect or a new operator is
not yet in the database. (The database should be corrected for subsequent
software releases.)
•
An operator has assigned individual GPRS user names and passwords.
•
A very large site has their own APN. Such connections always have to be
configured manually.
•
A customer has subscribed for a static IP address. By definition this must be
configured manually.
Important:
For CDMA/1xRTT, automatic configuration is not available –
connections must be configured manually. Under APN, the
packet service access number must be entered (typically “#777”).
In the following section, all the parameters that need to be configured for a
connection (such as APN, user name, password, DNS server addresses etc.) are
referred to as a profile. Every profile is identified by an arbitrary, unique name. The
profile named Default is special in that it is always present and can neither be edited
nor deleted. (A sample dialog box is presented in Figure 5.101 on page 208.) The
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Default profile uses parameters from a built-in database. The home network (the
network that issued the SIM) is used for the database look-up. While there can be
many configured profiles, only one profile can be active at any time.
If connection profiles are configured manually, the Enable automatic
configuration: checkbox should normally be unchecked.
In one particular use case, manually configured profiles may be combined with
automatic configuration. If multiple SIM cards are used with the same device, each
SIM card being from a different operator and some or all of them requiring a
manually set up profile, automatic configuration may be used to automatically pick
the correct manually configured profile for each SIM card. For this to work, each
profile must be configured while the corresponding SIM card is inserted in the
device and initialized (i.e. the status is at least SIM is ready).
The Select profile: drop-down list in the data configuration profile selects to which
profile a subsequent action applies. A profile named Default is always present and
contains the current parameters from the database. The following actions
are available:
Show
The parameters for the selected profile are displayed when you tap the stylus on this
button. For the Default profile, the publicly known password is shown – otherwise,
the password is hidden.
Edit
The parameters of the selected profile can be edited when you choose the Edit
button. Keep in mind that you cannot edit the Default profile.
Delete
The selected profile is deleted. You cannot delete the Default profile.
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New
Tapping on the New button allows you to create a new profile.
Figure 5.102 Creating A New Profile
The name of the newly created profile must be different from all existing profiles.
Also, the name cannot be Default. When the New Data Profile dialog box is
opened, a proposal for a unique name is filled in the corresponding entry field. If a
manually configured profile has a secret password and unauthorized access to the
device is a concern even after the SIM PIN has been entered, the password should
not be entered in the New Data Profile dialog box and the Prompt user for
password: checkbox should be checked instead. In this case, you will be prompted
for the password each time a connection is initiated (the Connect Data button in the
main Wireless WAN dialog box is selected).
Activate
When this button is chosen, the selected profile becomes the active profile.
Activation is possible only if the Enable automatic configuration: checkbox
is unchecked.
Reset
The Reset button in the New Profile and Edit Profile dialog boxes resets all entry
fields to the values they had when the dialog box was opened.
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Advanced IP
Figure 5.103 Assigning IP Information
The Advanced IP button in the Show Profile and Edit Profile dialog boxes opens
another dialog box that allows you to configure a static IP address as well as the IP
addresses for the primary and secondary DNS server.
5.12.5.2 Security Configuration
The Security Configuration dialog box is accessed through the Tools menu.
Note:
Security configuration is not available with CDMA modems.
The Security Configuration dialog box allows you to enable, disable and change the
PIN. You will need the current PIN to make any of these changes. The PIN must be
enabled in order to be changed. (If the PIN is disabled, the New PIN entry field is
greyed out.)
Note:
Keep in mind that some network operators do not allow the SIM PIN to be
disabled. A new PIN must consist of 4 to 8 numeric digits.
The Require PIN on resume checkbox is independent of the aforementioned
settings. By default, this checkbox is unchecked. While this option remains
unchecked, any PIN entered on startup or through the Security Configuration dialog
box and submitted successfully to the modem is stored in memory for as long as the
device is not rebooted. This stored PIN is then used without further user interaction
whenever the modem requires a PIN (such as resume after suspend or modem
removal). The stored PIN is also automatically entered in the Current PIN text box
whenever the Security Configuration dialog box is called up.
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If unauthorized access to the device is a concern, the Require PIN on resume
checkbox should be checked. In this case, the PIN is not stored; whenever a PIN is
required, you will be prompted to enter an appropriate value.
5.12.5.3 Network Configuration
Note:
Network configuration is not available with CDMA modems.
In the main Wireless WAN window:
•
Tap on the Tools menu, and choose Network.
By default the GSM radio modem automatically chooses from the available and
allowed networks (allowed networks are the home network and all other networks
with which the home network has a roaming agreement). You may find there are
some situations in which you want to override this default behaviour. For example,
you may want to disable roaming if you find yourself in a border area where the
home network is not available but a foreign roaming partner is available. Abroad,
you may find that an available network does not have GPRS roaming agreements.
In this case, you’ll need to manually select the network which you know to support
GPRS roaming.
Automatic network selection is enabled or disabled by checking or unchecking
Enable automatic network select in the Network dialog box. When automatic
network selection is disabled, you must select a network manually.
Available networks can also be viewed without changing any settings. Scanning for
available networks is a lengthy operation – a progress bar is shown while the scan is
active. For every network that is found, the network name, country, status and
numeric network identifier (MCC/MNC, Mobile Country Code followed by the
Mobile Network Code) is displayed.
Note:
Your home network operator will need to let you know which other networks have roaming agreements. Even when a network is listed with an
‘Available’ status, it does not necessarily follow that it can be used or that
the roaming agreement covers GPRS.
A status of ‘Forbidden’ indicates that the network cannot be used. If you
choose a network that is not covered by a roaming agreement, the status in
the main WWAN dialog box changes to ‘Emergency calls only’, ‘No network found’, ‘GPRS not available’ or ‘GPRS not allowed’.
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5.12.5.4 Driver Mode Configuration
Figure 5.104 Driver Mode
By default, the Wireless WAN driver is enabled (the Enable driver: checkbox is
checked). The driver must be disabled in order to use the modem for anything other
than GPRS (e.g. dial-up data, fax, or in order to manually submit AT commands to
the modem for development, testing, approvals, etc.). If the Enable driver:
checkbox is not checked, the driver is shut down as soon as the OK button in the
Driver Mode dialog box is chosen.
If, on the other hand, the Wireless WAN driver is not running and the Enable driver:
checkbox is checked, the Wireless WAN driver is started as soon the Driver Mode
dialog box is closed using the OK button.
Note:
When the driver is not running, no network status or signal strength can
be displayed.
Since all currently supported GSM modems are automatically detected, the Enable
automatic port detection checkbox should always be checked. If this checkbox is
not checked, a serial port can be selected manually. This experimental feature allows
the driver to be used with an internal GSM modem that was not recognized by the
automatic detection or an external GSM modem connected to a serial port of the
computer through USB or through Bluetooth. An external modem connected to a
serial port must support 115.2kbit/s, 8bit, no parity and hardware flow control.
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5.12.5.5 Modem Information
Figure 5.105 Modem Data
The fields in this dialog box cannot be edited – they only display information about
the 7535/7530 modem. If the network operator has not programmed a user’s phone
number into his SIM, the Phone: field remains empty.
If the main menu shows an error status, at least partial modem information may
be available.
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TEKTERM APPLICATION
6.1 The Tekterm Application . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
6.2 Additional Keyboard Functions. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
6.2.1 Function Keys And Softkeys . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
6.2.1.1 7535 Function Keys . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
6.2.1.2 7530 Function Keys . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
6.2.1.3 Softkey Function Keys. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
6.2.2 Macro Keys . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
6.3 Changing The Screen Font Size. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
6.4 Panning The Screen Contents . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
6.4.1 Using The Task Manager To Switch Between Applications .
6.5 The Tekterm Status Area . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
6.6 TESS Emulation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
6.6.1 Configuration . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
6.6.2 Working With Multiple Sessions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
6.6.3 The Field Types . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
6.6.4 IBM 5250 Emulation Keys . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
6.6.5 Data Entry . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
6.6.5.1 TESS Edit Modes And Cursor Movement . . . . .
6.6.5.2 <DEL> Key Behaviour In TESS . . . . . . . . . .
6.6.5.3 <BKSP> Key Behaviour In TESS. . . . . . . . . .
6.6.6 TESS Status Message. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
6.6.7 Lock Messages . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
6.6.8 Control Commands . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
6.6.9 Resetting A TESS Session . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
6.6.10 The Local Menu . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
6.6.11 Selecting Another Host Computer . . . . . . . . . . . . .
6.6.12 Queuing Mode. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
6.7 ANSI Emulation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
6.7.1 Configuration . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
6.7.2 Sending Data To The Host . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
6.7.3 Psion Teklogix Keyboard And VT220 Equivalent Keys . . .
6.7.4 Block Mode (Local Editing) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
6.7.5 Working With Sessions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
6.7.5.1 Establishing A New Session . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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6.7.5.3 Closing A Session . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
6.7.5.4 Printing A Screen . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
6.7.5.5 Smart Echo – Disabling . . . . . . . . . . . .
6.8 The Radio Statistics Screen . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
6.9 The Tekterm Startup Display Menu . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
6.10 Working With Menus. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
6.10.1 Using The Keyboard To Navigate Through Menus . .
6.10.1.1 Sub-Menus . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
6.10.1.2 Numeric Parameters . . . . . . . . . . . . .
6.10.1.3 Y/N Parameters . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
6.10.1.4 Alpha Parameters . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
6.10.1.5 String Entry Parameters. . . . . . . . . . . .
6.10.2 Using The Touchscreen To Navigate Through Menus
6.10.2.1 Sub-Menus . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
6.10.2.2 Numeric Parameters . . . . . . . . . . . . .
6.10.2.3 Y/N Parameters . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
6.10.2.4 Alpha Parameters . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
6.10.2.5 String Entry Parameters. . . . . . . . . . . .
6.10.3 Saving Changes To Parameters . . . . . . . . . . . .
6.10.4 Retrieving Default Parameter Values . . . . . . . . .
6.11 Resetting The 7535/7530 Hand-Held Computer . . . . . . .
6.12 The Parameters Menu . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
6.12.1 Security Settings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
6.13 Display Options . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
6.14 More Parameters . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
6.15 Radio Parameters. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
6.16 System Parameters . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
6.16.1 Keyboard. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
6.16.1.1 Macro Control Panel . . . . . . . . . . . . .
6.16.1.2 Indicators . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
6.16.1.3 Softkeys . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
6.16.1.4 Ctrl Panel . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
6.16.2 Audio. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
6.16.3 Power Mgmt Ctrl Panel . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
6.16.4 User Permissions. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
6.16.5 Windows Properties . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
6.16.6 Auto Start . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
6.17 Scanner Control Panel . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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6.18 View Manager . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
6.18.1 Split Screen . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
6.18.1.1 Splitting And Displaying Screens . . . . . . .
6.18.1.2 Moving Between Split Screens. . . . . . . . .
6.18.1.3 Toggling Between Full & Split Screens . . . .
6.18.1.4 Using The Asterisk As A Wild Card . . . . . .
6.18.2 Custom Characters (Unicode™) . . . . . . . . . . . .
6.18.2.1 Creating A Unicode™ Character. . . . . . . .
6.18.2.2 Displaying The Unicode™ Pop-up Window . .
6.19 Applications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
6.19.1 ANSI Settings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
6.19.1.1 Host Conn . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
6.19.1.2 Screen. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
6.19.1.3 Xmit Modes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
6.19.1.4 Kbd Modes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
6.19.1.5 Edit Modes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
6.19.1.6 Serial . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
6.19.1.7 Host Char Set . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
6.19.1.8 Anchor View . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
6.19.2 TESS Settings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
6.19.2.1 Host Conn. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
6.19.2.2 Screen. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
6.19.2.3 Characters . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
6.19.2.4 Tests . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
6.19.2.5 Features. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
6.19.2.6 Scanner . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
6.19.2.7 Fields . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
6.19.2.8 Anchor View . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
6.19.2.9 Emulation. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
6.20 Ports — Tether And Console . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
6.20.1 Peripheral Port Options . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
6.20.2 Port Parameter Settings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
6.20.3 Port Scan-See Parameters . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
6.20.3.1 Scan-See Sub-Menu – Mapping The Viewport
6.20.3.2 Scan-See Keyboard Mapping . . . . . . . . .
6.21 Network . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
6.21.1 Network Ctrl Panel Settings. . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
6.21.2 802.IQ v2 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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The Tekterm Application
6.1 The Tekterm Application
Tekterm is a powerful emulation application ideally suited for real time data
transaction applications associated with mainframes and servers. The 7535/7530
includes unique features that support Tekterm – a Psion Teklogix application that
has the ability to maintain multiple simultaneous sessions with a variety of host
computers.
6.2 Additional Keyboard Functions
In addition to the standard keyboard functions (see “The Keyboard” on page 40),
Tekterm supports function keys, softkeys and macro keys.
6.2.1 Function Keys And Softkeys
The 7535/7530 is equipped with a series of function keys each of which is defined in
the application software. Depending on the type of keyboard on your hand-held –
58-key or 36-key 7535s and 63-key or 37-key 7530s – the number and location of
the function keys on the keyboard varies slightly.
6.2.1.1
7535 Function Keys
58-Key Keyboard Function Keys
The 7535 58-key keyboard is equipped with thirty function keys. Function keys
<F1> to <F6> are located across the top of the keyboard and are directly accessible
– a key combination is not required. Function keys <F7> to <F30> are colour coded
in blue print above the alpha keys and are accessed using a key combination –
<BLUE> followed by the appropriate alpha key.
To access function keys <F7> to <F30>:
• Press the <BLUE> key followed by the alpha key to which the
function key you want to use is mapped. For example:
To access function key <F7>, press <BLUE> <C>.
To access function key <F8>, press <BLUE> <D>, and so on.
36-Key Keyboard Function Keys
The 36-key keyboard is equipped with thirty function keys. Function keys <F1> to
<F4> are located across the top of the keyboard and function keys <F5> to <F10>
are located at the bottom of the keyboard.
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7530 Function Keys
Additional function keys – <F11> to <F20> – are colour coded in orange print
above function keys <F1> to <F10>.
To access function keys <F11> to <F20>:
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Press the <ORANGE> key followed by the appropriate function key.
For example:
To access function key <F11>, press the <ORANGE> key followed
by <F1>.
To access function key <F12>, press <ORANGE> followed by <F2>,
and so on.
To access function keys <F21> to <F30>, you’ll need to press <SHIFT> <F1> to
<F10>.
To access function keys <F21> to <F30>:
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Press the <SHIFT> key followed by the appropriate function key.
For example:
To access function key <F21>, press the <SHIFT> key followed
by <F1>.
To access function key <F22>, press <SHIFT> followed by <F2>,
and so on.
7530 Function Keys
63-Key Keyboard Function Keys
The 7530 63-key keyboard is equipped with thirty function keys. Function keys
<F1> to <F10> are located in the top two rows of the keyboard and are directly
accessible – a key combination is not required. Function keys <F11> to <F30> are
colour coded in blue print above the alpha keys and are accessed using a key
combination – <BLUE> followed by the appropriate alpha key.
To access function keys <F11> to <F30>:
• Press the <BLUE> key followed by the alpha key to which the
function key you want to use is mapped. For example:
To access function key <F11>, press <BLUE> <C>.
To access function key <F12>, press <BLUE> <D>, and so on.
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Softkey Function Keys
37-Key Keyboard Function Keys
The 37-key keyboard is equipped with twenty function keys. Function keys <F1> to
<F4> are located across the top of the keyboard and function keys <F5> to <F10>
are located at the bottom of the keyboard.
Additional function keys – <F11> to <F20> – are colour coded in orange print
above function keys <F1> to <F10>.
To access function keys <F11> to <F20>:
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Press the <ORANGE> key followed by the appropriate function key.
For example:
To access function key <F11>, press the <ORANGE> key followed
by <F1>.
To access function key <F12>, press <ORANGE> followed by <F2>,
and so on.
6.2.1.3
Softkey Function Keys
To speed the process of moving through menus and changing parameters, function
keys <F1> to <F5> have been programmed to perform specific actions in the
Tekterm menus. Table 6.1 "Softkeys" describes these function keys.
These softkeys can be reprogrammed to perform different functions within TESS
and ANSI applications.
Important:
If your hand-held is equipped with a touchscreen, tapping the
stylus on the appropriate softkey label executes the function of the
softkey providing that the labels are visible at the bottom of the
screen. See “Softkeys” on page 256 if they are not visible.
Function Key
Softkey Function
<F1>
NEXT – Displays the next sub-menu.
<F2>
PREV – Displays the previous menu.
<F3>
DEFLT – Restores parameters to default settings – even after
pressing <F4> to save the changes.
<F4>
SAVE – Saves a change to a parameter value.
<F5>
LITRL – Literal mode allows special characters to be
entered in a string parameter such as macro key strings.
Table 6.1 Softkeys
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Macro Keys
Note:
The SAVE onscreen label only appears when a parameter value has
been changed and has not yet been saved.
6.2.2 Macro Keys
Important:
Refer to “Keyboard Macro Keys” on page 101 for details about
creating macros.
7535/7530 hand-helds are equipped with a series of macro keys that can be
programmed to replace frequently used keystrokes, along with the function of
executable keys like the <ENTER> key, the <BKSP> key, any function key and
arrow key, and so on.
Alphanumeric Keyboard Macro Keys
Alphanumeric keyboards (7535 58-key and 7530 63-key) have twelve macro keys –
<M1> to <M12>. These keys are colour coded in orange print above alpha keys
<O> to <Z>.
To access a macro key:
• Press the <ORANGE> key followed by the appropriate alpha key from
O to Z. For example:
To access macro key <M1>, press <ORANGE> <O>.
To access macro key <M2>, press <ORANGE> <P>, and so on.
Numeric Keyboard Macro Keys
Numeric keyboards (36-key 7535s and 37-key 7530s) are equipped with six macro
keys – <M1> to <M6>. Macro keys <M1> to <M2> are directly accessible in the
bottom row of the keyboard – a key combination is not required.
Macro keys <M3> and <M4> are colour coded in orange print above macro keys
<M1> and <M2>.
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To access <M4>, press <ORANGE> <M2>.
Macro keys <M5> to <M6> are colour coded in blue print above macro keys <M1>
and <M2>.
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To access <M5>, press the <BLUE> key followed by <M1>.
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Changing The Screen Font Size
6.3 Changing The Screen Font Size
To cycle through the available screen fonts:
• Press <CTRL><ALT><F>.
Note:
If the security level for your 7535/7530 is set to User, font changes are
governed by the “Font Change” parameter in the ‘User Persmissions’
menu. This parameter must be set to “Y” before the operator can use the
above key combination to choose a different font. Refer to “Font Change”
on page 259 for additional details.
6.4 Panning The Screen Contents
If the content of a screen is too large to fit in the margins of the 7535/7530 display,
the content can be panned or shifted to bring the information outside the margins
into view. Normally, the Arrow keys move the cursor around the screen in the
direction of the arrow pressed. However, if you lock the <BLUE> key ‘on’, you can
pan the entire contents of the screen.
Panning relies on the values set in the “Use Increment”, “X Increment” and
“Y Increment” parameters to determine the number of columns (spaces) and rows
(lines) the screen contents shift.
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In the “More Parameters” menu, position the cursor on “View Manager”
and press <F1>.
First, enable the “Use Increment” parameter – set it to “Y”.
“X Increment” determines the number of columns (spaces) the screen pans when the
<BLUE> key is locked ‘on’ and the <LEFT> or <RIGHT> arrow key is pressed.
“Y Increment” determines the number of rows (lines) the screen pans when the
<UP> or <DOWN> arrow key is pressed when the <BLUE> key is locked ‘on.
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Assign a value to the “X Increment” and “Y Increment” parameters.
To pan the screen contents:
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Press the <BLUE> key twice to lock it ‘on’. It will be displayed in uppercase letters – BLUE – in the taskbar at the bottom of the screen.
Press the <RIGHT>, <LEFT>, <UP> or <DOWN> arrow key.
Pressing the <LEFT> arrow pans the screen to the right, pressing the
<RIGHT> arrow pans the screen to the left, and so on.
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Using The Task Manager To Switch Between Applications
Once you’re done:
• Unlock the <BLUE> key.
6.4.1 Using The Task Manager To Switch Between Applications
To display the Task Manager screen:
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If you’re using the keyboard:
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Press <BLUE> <0> to display the Start Menu.
Highlight Task Manager, and press <ENTER>, or
Type the underlined alpha character – in this case, the letter t.
Figure 6.1 Task Manager Screen
Note:
To bypass the Start Menu and go directly to the ‘Task Manager’ screen,
press <ALT> <ESC>.
To switch between applications:
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Highlight the application you want to work with, and press <ENTER>.
To end or close an application:
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Highlight the application you want to end, and tap on the End Task button.
If you’re using the keyboard:
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Press <TAB> to highlight the End Task button, and press <ENTER>.
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The Tekterm Status Area
6.5 The Tekterm Status Area
Tekterm provides a status area just above the softkey labels. The status area indicates the operating condition of the hand-held.
Figure 6.2 Status Area
The security level assigned within the Tekterm application is displayed in the status
area. One of the following is displayed – Supervisor or Teklogix.
6.6 TESS Emulation
TESS (Teklogix Screen Subsystem) is the normal operating mode of Psion Teklogix
computers. Teklogix protocol emulation software resident on network controllers or
a Psion Teklogix Software Development Kit (SDK) and installed in the host
converts host screens to TESS commands. The 9150 Access Point is also equipped
with protocol emulation software.
Note:
If the message “RESET: Press Enter” flashes at the bottom of the TESS
screen when you turn on the 7535/7530, press the <ENTER> key once.
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Configuration
6.6.1 Configuration
Note:
Each TESS session must have a unique name assigned to it. The title
you assign will be displayed in the Display Menu.
The process of renaming an existing TESS session and adding a new session is
described in the section titled, “Applications” on page 267.
A unique number must be assigned in the “Terminal #” parameter for each TESS
session. Refer to “Terminal #” in the section titled “TESS Settings” on page 285
for details.
6.6.2 Working With Multiple Sessions
Note:
The “Screen Switch” parameter must be set to “Y” in order for the
operator to switch between sessions. Refer to “Screen Switch” on
page 258 for details.
If you are using Windows CE .NET 4.2, you can press <CTRL> <ALT> followed
by the application number to move between sessions. For example:
•
Press <CTRL> <ALT> <2> to switch to Open Tekterm, application 2.
•
Press <CTRL> <ALT> <1> to switch back to Open Tekterm, application 1,
and so on.
6.6.3 The Field Types
Fixed Field – displays information that cannot be changed from the keyboard.
Entry Field – allows the operator to enter data. This type of field is usually shown
as: “........”
Match Field – the host computer loads data in the format of the expected entry. If
the entered data does not match the expected format, the unit emits a long beep.
Auto-tab Field – automatically moves the cursor to the next field when the current
field is filled.
Bar code only Field – is filled with data from a bar code reader. Keyboard entries
are not accepted in this type of field.
Serial I/O Field – is filled with data coming from a serial port. Keyboard input is
not accepted in this type of field.
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IBM 5250 Emulation Keys
6.6.4 IBM 5250 Emulation Keys
The following keys allow the Psion Teklogix computer to better emulate the
functions of a true IBM 5250 terminal.
Note:
These keys are active at all times in TESS applications.
Key Function
Key Sequence
Cursor Movement
Cursor moves to the first position in the next
Field Advance <BLUE> <O> input field. If already in the last field, the cursor
or Tab
(PgDn key)
moves to the first input field on the screen.
Cursor moves to the beginning of the current
Field Back<BLUE> <I> field. If already in the first position, the cursor
space
(PgUp key)
moves to beginning of the previous field.
Current field is cleared from the cursor position
<BLUE> <P> to the end of the field, and the cursor moves to the
Field Exit
(End key)
next input field.
<BLUE> <N> Cursor moves to the first input field on the
Home
(Home key) screen.
6.6.5 Data Entry
The 7535/7530 accepts data until the operator presses a key that sends a
transmission to the host computer. The following actions cause the 7535/7530 to
transmit:
•
Pressing a function key or the <ENTER> key (which is considered to be
<F0>) causes the hand-held to transmit.
•
Completing data entry into a “transmit on entry” field also causes the
hand-held to transmit.
There are several ways to configure the 7535/7530 to complete a data field:
•
Pressing <ENTER> after entering data.
•
Pressing a function key after entering data.
•
Pressing an arrow key after entering data.
•
Filling an auto-tab field.
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TESS Edit Modes And Cursor Movement
6.6.5.1
TESS Edit Modes And Cursor Movement
The TESS editing modes and cursor movements in each type of mode are described
in the table below.
Press <CTRL> f to enter field mode. In this mode, once data entry
Field mode
Fcursor mode
Insert mode
Replace mode
Note:
into a field has been completed, the entry cannot be changed without
retyping the entire field.
In field mode, the <RIGHT> and <LEFT> arrow keys do not perform
any functions. Pressing the <UP> or <DOWN> arrow key completes
the entry field and then, moves the cursor to the previous or next field.
Press <CTRL> u to enter fcursor mode. In this mode, once data
entry into a field has been completed, the entry cannot be changed
without retyping the entire field.
In fcursor mode, the <UP>, <DOWN>, <LEFT> and <RIGHT>
arrow keys move the cursor between fields.
Press <CTRL> i to enter insert mode. In this mode, data can be
entered between two characters that have been previously entered.
In insert mode, the <RIGHT> and <LEFT> arrow keys move the
cursor right and left within a field. The <UP> and <DOWN> arrow
keys complete the entry field and move the cursor to the previous or
next field.
Press <CTRL> r to enter replace mode. In this mode, data can be
entered over previously entered characters.
In replace mode, the <RIGHT> and <LEFT> arrow keys move the
cursor to the right and left within a field. The <UP> and <DOWN>
arrow keys complete the entry field and move the cursor to the previous or next field.
When the “Enter on Arr” parameter is disabled (set to “N”), the <UP>
and <DOWN> arrow keys do not complete an entry field. Refer to
page 298 for details about this parameter.
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<DEL> Key Behaviour In TESS
6.6.5.2
<DEL> Key Behaviour In TESS
Field mode
Replace mode
Insert mode
Fcursor mode
• In a left justified field, the <DEL> key erases all characters in the
field and places the cursor in the left most position of that field.
• In a right justified field, the <DEL> key erases all characters in the
field and places the cursor in the right most position of that field.
• If the <DEL> key is used to clear data in a field that has been
pre-filled by the host application, the field is flagged as modified
and the updated information is sent to the host in the next response
message.
• In both left and right justified fields, the <DEL> key erases characters beginning from the current cursor position to the end of the
field. The cursor remains in the same position in the field.
• If the <DEL> key is pressed while cursor is in the right most
position in the field, the 7535/7530 emits a keyboard error beep.
• If the <DEL> key is used to clear data in a field that has been
pre-filled by the host application, the field is flagged as modified
and the updated information is sent to the host in the next response
message.
• In both left and right justified fields, the <DEL> key erases the characters from one character position to right of the cursor to
the end of the field.
• If the <DEL> key is pressed while the cursor is in the right most
position in the field, the 7535/7530 emits a keyboard error beep.
• If the <DEL> key is used to clear data in a field that has been
pre-filled by the host application, the field is flagged as modified
and the updated information is sent to the host in the next response
message.
•Refer to “Field Mode” at the beginning of this table. The <DEL> key
operates in the same manner in “Fcursor mode” as it does in “Field
mode”.
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<BKSP> Key Behaviour In TESS
6.6.5.3
<BKSP> Key Behaviour In TESS
Field mode
Replace mode
• In a left justified field, the <BKSP> key erases the character directly to
the left of the cursor and then moves the cursor one position to the left.
When the last character in the field is deleted, the field displays the
value that it contained before it was modified, and the field is opened.
• In a right justified field, the <BKSP> key erases the character on
which the cursor is positioned and shifts the remaining characters to
the right by one position. When the last character in the field is deleted,
the field displays the value that it contained before it was modified,
and the field is opened.
• If the <BKSP> key is pressed when the field is empty, the 7535/7530
emits a keyboard error beep.
• The <BKSP> key does not delete data pre-filled by the host application.
• If the <BKSP> key is pressed in a field that has not been modified, the
7535/7530 emits a keyboard error beep.
• If data is entered into a field and is then deleted before the field is completed, the field remains unmodified when the cursor leaves the field
or when the screen is transmitted.
• In a left justified field, the <BKSP> key erases the character on which
the cursor is positioned unless it is one position to the right of the last
character in the string; in this case, the <BKSP> key erases the character to the left of the cursor.
• In a right justified field, the <BKSP> key erases the character on
which the cursor is positioned. The remaining characters are then
shifted to the left of the cursor, and the cursor is shifted to the right by
one position.
• If the <BKSP> key is pressed while the cursor is in the right-most
character position of the field, the cursor does not shift to the left when
that character is erased; it remains in the right most position in the
field.
• When the last character in a field is erased, the field remains empty –
that is, any pre-filled data is not displayed. Pressing the <BKSP> key
in the empty field results in a keyboard error beep.
• The <BKSP> key can delete data pre-filled by the host application.
• If data is entered in a field and is then deleted before the field is completed, the field remains unmodified when the cursor leaves the field
or when the screen is transmitted.
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Insert mode
• In a left justified field, the <BKSP> function erases the character on
which the cursor is positioned, unless it is at the right end of the character string; in this case, it erases the character to the left of the cursor.
When the last character in a field is erased, the field remains empty,
and any further <BKSP> functions in the empty field result in a keyboard error beep.
• In a right justified field, the <BKSP> function erases the character that
is to the right of the cursor and then shifts the data remaining to the
right one position.
• If the <BKSP> key is pressed while the cursor is in the right-most
character position of that field, the cursor does not shift to the left
when that character is erased; it remains in the right-most position
in the field.
• When the last character in a field is erased, the field remains empty –
i.e. any pre-filled data is not displayed. Pressing the BKSP key in the
empty field sounds a keyboard error beep.
• The <BKSP> key can delete data pre-filled by the host application.
• If data is entered into a field and then deleted before the field is completed, the field remains unmodified when the cursor leaves the field or
when the screen is transmitted.
Fcursor mode
• Refer to “Field Mode” at the beginning of this table. The <BKSP> key
operates in exactly the same manner in “Fcursor mode” as it does in
“Field mode”.
6.6.6 TESS Status Message
•
Press <CTRL> <S> to continuously display the status message in the
lower left corner of the screen.
•
Press <CTRL> <W> to make this message appear only when the
7535/7530 locks. The message should look similar to the sample below:
V6.0 fld 0.6
“V6.0” is the TESS version number. “fld” indicates that TESS is currently in field
mode. Insert and replace mode are represented as “ins” and “rep” respectively. The
number “0.6” indicates the response time of the last transmission in seconds. Press
<CTRL> <T> to display the unit number instead of the TESS version number.
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Lock Messages
6.6.7 Lock Messages
When information is transmitted to the host computer, the keyboard locks to
prevent further data entry until the 7535/7530 receives a reply. A locked state is
indicated by either “LOCK-B” (base) or “LOCK-H” (host) in the lower left
corner of the display.
When the reply is received by the 7535/7530, the lock message disappears and the
keyboard can be used again.
6.6.8 Control Commands
A group of <CTRL> key commands can be used within TESS to dictate how the
7535/7530 will operate under a variety of conditions.
•
<CTRL> <P> – Reprints the last print page sent from the host. This key
combination will not print anything if a print page from the host was not
previously received at the hand-held.
• <CTRL> <S> – Displays the hand-held status continuously. Below is a
sample status line as it might appear at the bottom of your screen:
Lock-B/Lock-H
•
•
enh
“application name”
<CTRL> <W> – Displays the 7535/7530 status when the unit is in “Lock
B” or “Lock H” mode. The status line would be similar to the sample
above.
<CTRL><T> – Displays the 7535/7530 status with the terminal number
instead of the name.
Lock-B/Lock-H
•
fld
rep
“terminal nn”
<CTRL> <H> – Displays a menu of available hosts.
6.6.9 Resetting A TESS Session
Resetting a TESS session requires that <CTRL> C be pressed three times within a
two second period to generate the “RESET – User request” message.
•
Press and hold down the <CTRL> key, and press the <C> key three times
within a two second period.
•
Press <ENTER>.
This procedure restarts the TESS session without affecting the rest of the
7535/7530.
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The Local Menu
6.6.10 The Local Menu
The host can store local procedures in the 7535/7530 for use when the unit is
off-line. A menu of these procedures appears whenever <CTRL> <L> is pressed
(see “Figure 6.3” on page 235).
• Press the function key corresponding to the procedure you want to perform.
Local procedures will not function when the “Lcl Process” and “Queuing”
parameters are disabled (see “Lcl Process – Save on Reset” on page 293
and “Queuing” on page 292).
Although using local procedures eliminates the advantages of an on-line 7535/7530,
it allows work to continue when the host is unavailable. The “LOCK-B/H”
messages are replaced with “NEXT-B/H” in this mode.
F1
F2
F3
F4
F5
F6
F7
F8
F9
LOCAL MENU
- Select Host
Figure 6.3 Local Menu
6.6.11 Selecting Another Host Computer
•
Press <CTRL> <H> or <F9> from the local menu to display a menu of
available hosts.
This menu appears only when more than one host is available.
Select Host: ......
F1 - Host 1 F2 - Host 2
Figure 6.4 Select Host Screen
Note:
This feature will not function when the “Lcl Process” and “Queuing”
parameters are disabled (see “Lcl Process – Save on Reset” on page 293
and “Queuing” on page 292).
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Queuing Mode
6.6.12 Queuing Mode
In some applications, queuing mode can decrease the computer lock time. In queuing
mode, the host computer may send several pages to a 7535/7530 without waiting for
a response. These pages are stored in a queue within the hand-held. The operator
completes the entries on the first page and then, presses a function key.
The 7535/7530 simultaneously transmits to the host and displays the next page in
the queue. The computer does not lock, allowing the operator to enter data on the
next page immediately. This continues as long as there are pages in the queue.
Queuing mode is used for repetitive tasks, and the queued screens look identical.
The 7535/7530 displays a “Next” message indicating that a new page is on the
display. “Next” messages also contain information about radio communications:
“NEXT-B” indicates that the 7535/7530 has data to transmit to the base station.
“NEXT-H” indicates that the base station has acknowledged a transmission. Unlike
lock messages, “Next” messages do not lock the keyboard. Keying is allowed while
“Next” messages are displayed.
While queuing mode may improve apparent response time, it can present difficulties
to hosts that are operating in real time. It should only be used after careful
consideration of the host environment. The 7535/7530 must be configured for
queuing mode (see the “Queuing” parameter on page 292). Additional information
on queuing can be found in the TESS (Teklogix Screen Subsystem) Manual.
6.7 ANSI Emulation
The Psion Teklogix 7535/7530 in ANSI mode operates like most other ANSI
terminals. This means software that supports ANSI terminals requires little or no
changes.
6.7.1 Configuration
To configure the 7535/7530 for ANSI mode, the “Name” and “Type” of session – in
this case, ANSI – must be specified in the Applications menu. This menu is
described in the section titled, “Applications” on page 267.
Next, a unique number must be assigned using the “Terminal #” parameter. This
number should be unique across the entire system – that is, each 7535/7530 and each
application session in each 7535/7530 across your system must have a unique
number assigned. This parameter is described in the section titled “ANSI Settings”
on page 268.
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Sending Data To The Host
Once the 7535/7530 is configured, an ANSI operation can be selected from the
startup “Display Menu”.
6.7.2 Sending Data To The Host
Hand-helds running ANSI sessions transmit characters to the host as soon as they
are typed. The 7535/7530 provides parameters that determine when the computer
transmits characters to the host.
The 7535/7530 can be configured to transmit after a number of characters are typed
in (the “Xmit Count” parameter) or after some time has elapsed (the “Xmit Wait”
parameter), or both. This reduces overhead on the radio link and improves response
time. See page 276 for more information about these parameters.
You can also determine whether the 7535/7530 transmits immediately after the
<ENTER> key, an arrow key, or a function key is pressed.
The 7535/7530 computer also responds immediately to the device attribute requests
“CSIc”, “CSI0c” and “ESCZ”.
Note:
For a more detailed description of the parameter settings for ANSI,
refer to “ANSI Settings” on page 268.
6.7.3 Psion Teklogix Keyboard And VT220 Equivalent Keys
The Psion Teklogix keyboard differs from most ANSI terminals. Table 6.2 "Psion
Teklogix Keyboard And VT220 Equivalent Keys" maps the equivalent VT220 keys.
Psion Teklogix Key
Equivalent VT220 Key
<UP> arrow
Up arrow
<DOWN> arrow
Down arrow
<RIGHT> arrow
Right arrow
<LEFT> arrow
Left arrow
<F1>-<F4>
PF1-PF4
<F5>
None
<F6>-<F10>
F6-F10
<F11>
F11 (ESC)
<F12>
F12 (BS)
<F13>
F13 (LF)
<F14>
F14
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Block Mode (Local Editing)
Psion Teklogix Key
Equivalent VT220 Key
<F15>
Help
<F16>
Do
<F17>-<F20>
F17-F20
<F21>
Find
<F22>
Insert Here
<F23>
Remove
<F24>
Select
<F25>
Previous Screen
<F26>
Next Screen
<F27>-<F36>
None
Table 6.2 Psion Teklogix Keyboard And VT220 Equivalent Keys
6.7.4 Block Mode (Local Editing)
Psion Teklogix 7535/7530s support “block mode” (or Local Editing). Application
programs must be specifically written to support this mode. For software that
supports this mode, the keys shown in Table 6.3 "Function Of Keys In Block Mode"
have special meaning.
Key
Function
<ENTER>
Starts transmission of data.
Function keys
Start transmission of data.
Arrow keys
Move cursor to the next unprotected position in the
appropriate direction.
<SHIFT> <RIGHT> arrow
Moves the cursor to the next unprotected area.
<SHIFT> <LEFT> arrow
Moves the cursor to the previous unprotected area.
<DEL>
<CLR>
Deletes the character to the left of the cursor, and moves
cursor one position to the left.
Erases the data in an area and moves the cursor to the
first position in the area.
Table 6.3 Function Of Keys In Block Mode
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Working With Sessions
6.7.5 Working With Sessions
Important:
6.7.5.1
•
Use only lowercase letters when entering commands
at the “TCP >” prompt.
Establishing A New Session
Press <CTRL>, and type a lowercase a.
At the TCP> prompt:
• Type tel in lowercase letters followed by the Host Name or IP address.
• Press <ENTER>.
• Log in as usual to begin working with the new session.
6.7.5.2
Listing Sessions And Moving To Other Sessions
To list the current sessions:
•
Press <CTRL>, and type a lowercase a.
At the TCP> prompt:
•
Type sess in lowercase letters, and press <ENTER>.
To move to another session:
•
At the TCP> prompt, type sess in lowercase letters followed by the session
number to which you want to move.
e.g., Type sess 2 to move to session 2.
•
Press <ENTER>.
6.7.5.3
Closing A Session
To close a session:
• Press <CTRL>, and type a lowercase a.
• At the TCP> prompt, type cl in lowercase letters followed by the session
number you want to close.
e.g., Type cl 2 to close session 2.
• Press <ENTER>.
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Printing A Screen
6.7.5.4
Printing A Screen
To print each line of a screen with a CR/LF between each line:
•
Press <CTRL>, and type p.
The screen will be printed using the port configured as “Print”.
6.7.5.5
Smart Echo – Disabling
In some circumstances – like entering a password – you many want to temporarily
disable “smart echo”, disguising the characters you type with ‘.’ (periods).
•
•
Press <CTRL> <ALT> <P>, and type a ‘.’ (period).
Type the necessary information using the keyboard, and then press
<ENTER> to return to “smart echo mode.
6.8 The Radio Statistics Screen
A radio statistics screen is automatically created when the Open Tekterm application
is launched.
Important:
If you have a 7530 equipped with a Narrow Band radio, refer to
“Info Tab” beginning on page 137 for details about accessing the
Narrow Band radio statistics screen.
To access the 802.11 radios statistics screen, you’ll need to use the ‘Applications’
menu to assign a radio title:
•
•
•
•
In the More Parameters menu, choose Applications.
In the Type field, choose RadioStats.
In the Title field, type a name for the radio screen – e.g., Radio.
Press <F4> to save your changes, and then reset the 7535/7530 – press and
hold down the <BLUE> and <ENTER> keys for a minimum of 6 seconds.
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The Radio Statistics Screen
•
In the Display menu, type the letter corresponding to the radio statistics
screen. For example, in the sample screen below, you’d type d to display
the radio statistics screen.
01 Display Menu
A
Parameters
B
TESS
C
ANSI
D
Radio
802.IQ Stats Screen
802.IQ Stats
AP/Controller MAC 00:00:00:00
Terminal MAC 00:00:00:00:00:00
bootnum: C33B
rm
12
xm
7
rb
50
xi
1
ra
7
xa
12
bt
0
xr
1
rt (avg/lst)
10000: 0
fr:00 ar:00
fh:00 ah:00
ca:0 tn:0 sts:0
typ:0 msk:0 Q:0
AcQ:1 TxQ:1
-----Address Info------------Radio Address 0
End of statistics.
•
AP/Controller mac
MAC address of the Teklogix access point/controller
with which this hand-held is currently associated.
•
Terminal MAC
MAC address of the hand-held computer.
•
bootnum
e.g., C33B – the boot number of the network controller. This number increments each time the controller
reboots so that hand-helds can detect the reboot when
they reinitialize.
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The Radio Statistics Screen
•
rm
number of unique received messages.
•
xm
number of unique transmitted messages.
•
rb
number of received beacons. This number should
continuously increment.
•
xi
number of initializations with the network controller.
•
ra
number of received acknowledgements. (Normally,
this number should match the value in xm.)
•
xa
number of transmitted acknowledgements. (Normally,
this number should match the value in rm.)
•
bt
beacon timeouts. Number of times the beacon has not
been received as expected.
•
xr
number of retransmissions. This number should remain
low if radio coverage is adequate.
•
rt
average round trip time. This number represents the milliseconds taken to send a message and receive a response
from the base station.
Cellular Protocol message numbers:
•
fr
forward remote number (hex).
•
ar
acknowledged remote number (hex).
•
fh
forward host number (hex).
•
ah
acknowledged host number (hex).
•
ca
radio address. This is the Cellular Address, including
session number (hex).
•
tn
host terminal number of session (decimal).
•
sts
session status (hex).
•
typ
data stream type (hex).
•
msk
message mask (hex).
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Q
memory address of first message in receive queue (i.e. if
0 then the receive queue is empty).
•
AcQ
number of messages that have been sent but not yet
acknowledged by the Cellular Master (decimal).
•
TxQ
number of messages waiting to be sent (decimal).
6.9 The Tekterm Startup Display Menu
The values assigned to Tekterm parameters can be viewed and adjusted to optimize
communication at the site in which a 7535/7530 is operating. While some
parameters are accessible through the “Parameter Manager”, others can be adjusted
through the Windows CE .NET Control Panel. This section provides a description
of all parameters and how to adjust them.
•
Press <CTRL> <ALT> <0> (zero) to work with the ‘Display’ menu.
From this startup menu, you can launch the “Parameters” menu along with TESS
and/or ANSI sessions. You can also display the Radio Statistics screen.
01 Display
A
B
C
Note:
Parameters
TESS
ANSI
Aside from the ‘Parameters’ menu, all other applications listed in the
‘Display Menu’ are created in the ‘Applications’ menu. Refer to “Applications” on page 267 for details.
To launch an application, either type the letter to the left of the application you want
to use, or tap the stylus on the item.
For example, to display the “Parameters” menu:
•
Type the letter ‘a’, or
•
Tap the stylus on the “Parameters” item.
Note:
To return to the ‘Display Menu’, press <F2> – the ‘Previous’ key.
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6.10 Working With Menus
The 7535/7530 offers two ways to navigate menus and choose values – you can use
the keyboard, or you can select items by tapping a stylus on the screen. (Keep in
mind that some 7535s are not equipped with touchscreens — in these cases,
navigation will be limited to the keyboard.)
There are four types of parameters: numeric, Y/N, alpha and string entry. Some
menus have sub-menus attached to them and others utilize a Control Panel dialog
box to make adjustments.
Important:
Depending on the method you use when working with menus,
review either “Using The Keyboard To Navigate Through
Menus” on page 244 or “Using The Touchscreen To Navigate
Through Menus” on page 247.
6.10.1 Using The Keyboard To Navigate Through Menus
•
Press the <UP> and <DOWN> arrow keys to move the cursor up and down
the current menu.
The currently selected parameter name will be displayed in reverse video.
6.10.1.1 Sub-Menus
The “»” character appearing to the right of the menu item indicates that it has
a sub-menu.
Displaying Sub-Menus
To display a sub-menu:
•
Use the <UP> and <DOWN> arrow keys to position the cursor on the
menu item with the sub-menu you want to display.
•
Press <F1> – the “NEXT” menu function key.
Returning To The Previous Menu
•
Press <F2> – the “PREV” function key, or
•
Press <ESC>.
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6.10.1.2 Numeric Parameters
Numeric parameters are displayed in reverse video. To increment or decrement
a number:
•
Press the <RIGHT> or <LEFT> arrow keys, or
•
Type the desired number in the field. Negative values are entered by typing
a “-” (minus) sign and then the number.
•
Press <ENTER>.
Each numeric parameter has a preset range of numbers assigned to it – for example,
a preset range of 1 through 10. If you attempt to enter a number which either
exceeds 10 or falls below 1, the incorrect value will be rejected – the original value
for this parameter, if any, will be displayed.
6.10.1.3 Y/N Parameters
Y/N parameters can only be enabled (Y) or disabled (N). To enable or disable
a Y/N parameter:
•
Press the <RIGHT> or <LEFT> arrow key once, or
•
Type y to enable or n to disable the parameter.
Some Y/N parameters have sub-menus. For these parameters, a double right
arrow (») appears next to the “Y” or “N”.
6.10.1.4 Alpha Parameters
Alpha characters appear in reverse video in this type of parameter. The allowable
values for alpha parameters consist of a predetermined set of acceptable letters or
words. To cycle through the set:
•
Press the <RIGHT> or <LEFT> arrow keys.
6.10.1.5 String Entry Parameters
Important:
For detailed information about using string entry fields to
program macro keys, refer to “Macro Control Panel” on
page 255.
A sequence or string of characters can be entered in this type of parameter. When a
string entry parameter contains data, it is displayed in reverse video. (Empty fields
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are not displayed in reverse video.) The methods that can be used to enter
information in string entry parameters are described in this section.
In string entry parameters, the <UP> arrow, <DOWN> arrow, <ENTER> and
<BKSP> keys have the following functions:
•
The <UP> and <DOWN> arrow keys move the cursor between entry fields
in the direction of the arrow.
•
<ENTER> completes the entry field.
•
<BKSP> deletes the character to the left of the cursor.
•
<DEL> (key combination <BLUE> <BKSP>) clears the entire field.
Choosing An ASCII Character With The Arrow Keys
Important:
Make sure the <CTRL> and <SHIFT> keys are turned off!
By pressing either the <RIGHT> or <LEFT> arrow key, you can cycle through
a set of printable characters not directly accessible from the keyboard.
•
Press the <RIGHT> arrow to display the next character in this sequence,
and the <LEFT> arrow to display the previous one.
Adding Additional ASCII Characters
When you’ve chosen an ASCII character and want to add another one in the same
field, the cursor must be moved to the right of the existing character. Normally,
pressing the <RIGHT> arrow key moves the cursor to the right, but in a string entry
field, pressing the <RIGHT> arrow key cycles through the available ASCII
characters instead. If you’ve already chosen an ASCII character and want to
add another one in the field, you need to take a few extra steps to move the cursor
to the right.
To add another ASCII character in the string entry field, next to the one you’ve
already chosen:
•
Type a numeric character – for example, type the number 7.
•
Next, press the <BKSP> key.
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The cursor is now positioned to the right of the previously selected ASCII character.
•
Press the <RIGHT> or <LEFT> arrow key to scroll through the ASCII
characters, and select another character.
Entering Information In A String Entry Field
In addition to using the fixed set of ASCII values assigned to this type of parameter,
you can also type text in a string entry field.
•
Type the required text in the string entry field – including letters, numbers
and symbols.
•
Press <ENTER> to save the text.
Entering Unicode Values
Unicode is a trademark of The Unicode Consortium. To enter a Unicode™ value for
one-time use:
•
Press and hold down the <ALT> key while typing a four digit decimal value
that represents the Unicode™ character you want to display.
•
Release the <ALT> key.
Important:
If you have a set of Unicode™ values that you use frequently, you
may want to create and save them in a pop-up window so that you
can access them whenever necessary. Refer to “Custom Characters (Unicode™)” on page 264 for details.
6.10.2 Using The Touchscreen To Navigate Through Menus
6.10.2.1 Sub-Menus
The “»” character appearing to the right of the menu item indicates that it has
a sub-menu.
Displaying Sub-Menus
To display a sub-menu:
•
Tap the stylus on the menu item with the sub-menu you want
to display.
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Returning To The Previous Menu
•
If the softkey labels are visible at the bottom of the screen, tap the stylus on
the “PREV” (previous) softkey label.
•
If the softkey labels are not visible, you’ll have to press <F2> – the “PREV”
function key.
6.10.2.2 Numeric Parameters
Numeric parameters are displayed in reverse video.
•
To decrease the numeric value, tap the stylus on the left side of the number.
•
To increase the numeric value, tap the stylus on the right side of the number.
Each numeric parameter has a preset range of numbers assigned to it – for example,
a preset range of 1 through 10. If you attempt to enter a number which either
exceeds 10 or falls below 1, the incorrect value will be rejected – the original value
for this parameter, if any, will be displayed.
6.10.2.3 Y/N Parameters
Y/N parameters can only be enabled (Y) or disabled (N). To enable or disable
a Y/N parameter:
•
Tap the stylus on the Y/N value – the value will toggle between “Y”
and “N”.
Some Y/N parameters have sub-menus. For these parameters, a double right
arrow (») appears next to the “Y” or “N”.
•
Tap the stylus on the sub-menu arrow (») to display the sub-menu.
6.10.2.4 Alpha Parameters
Alpha characters appear in reverse video in this type of parameter. The allowable
values for this type of parameter consist of a predetermined set of acceptable letters
or words. To cycle through the set:
•
Tap the stylus on the alpha field to cycle through the options.
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6.10.2.5 String Entry Parameters
You’ll need to use the keyboard to enter values in string entry fields. Refer to “String
Entry Parameters” on page 245 for details.
6.10.3 Saving Changes To Parameters
Whenever a parameter value is altered, the new value must be saved. To do this:
•
Press <F4> – the “SAVE” key.
If you are using a touchscreen:
•
Tap the stylus on the “SAVE” softkey label.
•
If the softkey labels are not visible, you’ll have to press <F4> – the “SAVE”
function key.
If a parameter value is changed and the menu exited before the change is saved, a
dialog box appears asking whether or not the operator wants to save the changes.
6.10.4 Retrieving Default Parameter Values
Important:
When <F3> – the DEFAULT key – is pressed, all parameter
values revert to the factory defaults, including those values that
you’ve changed and saved.
•
Press <F3> – the “DEFAULT” function key, or tap the stylus on the
“DEFAULT” softkey label – to reinstate the default parameter values.
•
Press <F4> – the “SAVE” function key, or tap the stylus on the “SAVE”
softkey label – to save the changes.
•
Reset the 7535/7530. See “Resetting The 7535/7530 Hand-Held Computer”
in the next section.
6.11 Resetting The 7535/7530 Hand-Held Computer
Some parameter adjustments require that the 7535/7530 be reset before the changes
can take effect. To reset the 7535/7530:
•
Press and hold down the <BLUE> key and the <ENTER/ON> key simultaneously until all LEDs illuminate yellow (approximately six seconds).
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A reset results in a complete reboot of the unit. All RAM memory contents are lost.
The contents of the flash memory and memory card are preserved. When the
7535/7530 is reset, the screen displays the Psion Teklogix and Microsoft®
Windows® CE .NET splash screen before displaying the startup desktop.
6.12 The Parameters Menu
•
At the ‘Display’ menu, type ‘a’ to display the Parameters menu.
01
Parameters
More Parameters
Security
Display
»
User
»
Range
see page 251
see page 250
see page 251
The “Parameters” menu allows you to adjust the screen contrast and select a security
level. With a Supervisory or Teklogix password, you can also access the parameters
listed in the “More Parameters” sub-menu.
6.12.1 Security Settings
To access the “More Parameters” sub-menus, the “Security” parameter must be set to
either a Supervisor or a Teklogix level password. The default security level is User.
To display the Security Level dialog box:
•
Double-tap on the “Security” parameter, or
•
Press <F1>.
Important:
Refer to “Security Settings” on page 74 for details.
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6.13 Display Options
The ‘Display’ sub-menu is used to adjust your hand-held’s display properties.
•
Press <F1> to open the ‘Display’ sub-menu.
02
Display
Backlight Ctrl Panel
Contrast Ctrl Panel
Range
»
»
see text
see text
Double-tapping the “Backlight Ctrl Panel” parameter presents the Display
Properties dialog box where you can adjust the background, appearance, backlight
and contrast of your 7535/7530 display.
Important:
‘Display Properties’ dialog box options are described in detail
beginning on page 94.
Figure 6.5 Display Properties
6.14 More Parameters
The “More Parameters” sub-menus contain the Tekterm parameters and can only be
accessed with the proper security password – either a Supervisory or a Teklogix
password. (Refer to “Security Settings” on page 74 for details.).
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Warning:
Note:
•
Parameters should not be altered without a clear understanding of
how they operate. Parameters that are incorrectly set can increase
response time or cause communication difficulties. Generally,
parameters are configured for each site during installation.
Parameters can also be remotely modified using SNMP. Refer to “SNMP
(Simple Network Management Protocol) Setup” on page 194 for details.
At the startup ‘Display’ menu, type ‘a’ to display the ‘Parameters’ menu.
01
Range
Parameters
More Parameters
Security
Display
»
Supervisor
»
see page 251
see page 250
see page 251
To open the ‘More Parameters’ menu:
•
Double-tap on ‘More Parameters’ or press <F1>.
02
Parameters
Radio
System
Scanner Ctrl Panel
View Manager
Applications
Ports
Network
»
»
»
»
»
»
»
6.15 Radio Parameters
Important:
Note:
Radio parameters should not be changed from their factory
settings without a clear understanding of your system.
A Narrow Band radio is available for 7530 hand-held. For details on setting up this radio, refer to “Narrow Band Radio Setup — 7530 Only” on
page 137.
For 7535/7530s equipped with 802.11 radios, follow the directions following.
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•
Press <F1> to display the ‘Radio’ sub-menu.
03
Radio
802.11
•
Press <F1> to access the ‘802.11’ sub-menu.
04
802.11 DS SS
802.IQ v1
•
»
N
»
Set ‘802.IQ v1’ to ‘Y’ to activate these parameters. and press <F1> to
display ‘802.IQ v1’ parameters.
Range
05 802.IQ v1
Auto Radio Addr
Y
Y/N
Radio Address
0
1-3840
Initial RTT
0
0-1000
Protocol Type
2457
1501-65535
802.IQ v1
When 802.IQ v1 is set to “Y”, the attached sub-menu of parameters is enabled.
Auto Radio Addr
If this parameter is enabled, a request is sent to the network controller to assign a
radio address to the hand-held computer radio.
If “Auto Radio Addr” is set to “N”, the value entered in the “Radio Address”
parameter is used. (Refer to “Radio Address” in this section for details about
manually assigned radio addresses.)
Important: Ensure that all 7535/7530s grouped in the system use the same
addressing process – that is, if you choose to use automatic
radio addressing, use this addressing process for all units
operating in the same system. If you choose to assign radio
addresses manually using the “Radio Address” parameter, use
this process for all units in the same system.
Radio Address
The value entered in the “Radio address” parameter is used to identify the
7535/7530 over the radio link. A unique value from 1 to 3840 must be assigned
for each hand-held computer.
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Initial RTT (Round Trip Time)
Round trip time is the elapsed time between a hand-held computer transmission and
an access point acknowledgement. Each 7535/7530 continuously adjusts the acceptable round trip time, calculating the average elapsed time over a number of transmissions. If an acknowledgement takes longer to receive than the average round trip
time calculated, the computer will resend the transmission.
Because 7535/7530s cannot calculate an average round trip time without a number
of transmissions, a starting point or “Initial Round Trip Time” is required. The computer uses the time assigned to the “Initial RTT” parameter as a starting value for
round trip calculations. Once the 7535/7530 begins transmitting and receiving data,
this value will be adjusted to reflect the actual average round trip time between
transmissions and acknowledgements.
Protocol Type
“Protocol Type” is used to identify the Ethernet packet frame type sent by the
7535/7530. The default value – 2457 – assigned to this parameter identifies the
Teklogix 802.IQ protocol Ethernet packet frame types.
The “Protocol Type ID” should only be altered if the default value is already being
used to specify another application Ethernet frame type.
Important:
If you change the value assigned to “Protocol Type ID”,
ensure that all 7535/7530s and 9150s in your system use the
same number.
6.16 System Parameters
03
System
Keyboard
»
Audio
»
Pwr Mgmt Ctrl Panel»
User Permissions
»
Window Properties »
Auto Start
Y
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6.16.1 Keyboard
Keyboard
04
Macro Ctrl Panel
Indicators
Softkeys
Ctrl Panel
»
Y
Y
»
6.16.1.1 Macro Control Panel
•
Highlight Macro Ctrl Panel, and press <F1> or double-tap on this option
to display the Macros tab in the Keyboard Properties dialog box.
Figure 6.6 Macro Dialog Box
Important:
Refer to “Keyboard Macro Keys” on page 101 for detailed
instructions about creating macros.
Important:
For information about using the macro keys you’ve created, refer
to “Macro Keys” on page 224.
6.16.1.2 Indicators
When the “Indicators” parameter is enabled (set to “Y”), onscreen indicators are
displayed to indicate the operating condition of the 7535/7530. Refer to “Onscreen
Indicators” on page 50 for a list of possible indicators.
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6.16.1.3 Softkeys
Enabling (setting to “Y”) the “Softkeys” parameter displays softkey labels at the
bottom of the screen to indicate the function of each softkey. To block the display of
softkey labels, set this parameter to “N”.
Softkeys are function keys which are programmed to execute specific actions when
pressed. Refer to Table 6.1 on page 223 for a list of softkey labels.
6.16.1.4 Ctrl Panel
This menu item displays the Keyboard Properties dialog box in which you can
adjust the repeat rate of the keys, the intensity of the keyboard backlight and the
behaviour of the <BLUE> and <ORANGE> keys.
Figure 6.7 Keyboard Properties
Important:
Refer to “Keyboard Properties” on page 98 for details about this
dialog box.
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6.16.2 Audio
04 Audio
Normal
/windows/default/wav
Error
/windows/default/wav
Scan Accept
/windows/default/wav
Scan Reject
/windows/default/wav
Sounds Ctrl Panel » see text
The 7535/7530 emits a beep under a variety of conditions. The “Audio” menu
above lists the conditions under which your hand-held will sound.
Sounds Ctrl Panel
This option displays the Volume & Sounds Properties dialog box. This dialog box is
used adjust the beeper volume and to select the conditions under which the
7535/7530 will emit a beep.
Figure 6.8 Adjusting The Volume
Important:
Refer to “Volume And Sound Properties” on page 108 for details
about this dialog box.
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6.16.3 Power Mgmt Ctrl Panel
This menu item displays the Power Properties dialog box.
Figure 6.9 Power Properties Dialog Box
Important:
Refer to “Power Management Properties” on page 109 for details
about this dialog box.
6.16.4 User Permissions
04
User Permissions
Screen Switch
Y
Font Change
Y
Exit
N
Range
Y/N
Y/N
Y/N
At User security level, the operator is restricted to a small group of parameters.
Important:
Only Supervisor and Teklogix level passwords can change the
values of the User options.
Screen Switch
When set to “Y”, the operator can use the “Split screen” parameter to toggle
between screens when multiple applications are running on the 7535/7530. Refer to
“Split Screen” on page 261 for details about using this function.
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Font Change
When “Font Change” is set to “Y”, operators at the User level can change the font
size of their 7535/7530s. Pressing <CTRL> <ALT> <F> cycles through the
available fonts.
Exit
If this parameter is set to “Y”, an operator with user level security can exit Tekterm
by pressing <ALT> <F4>. If “Exit” is set to “N”, the operator cannot exit Tekterm.
6.16.5 Windows Properties
04
Windows Properties
Title Bar
N
Menu Bar
N
Block Move
Y
Range
Y/N
Y/N
Y/N
Title Bar
When you set this parameter to “Y”, a title bar is displayed at the top of a window
specifying the name of the application and the purpose of the window.
Menu Bar
Setting this parameter to “Y” displays a horizontal bar below the title bar that
contains a set of menus – Mode, Keyboard and Apps. You can tap on a menu name
in the Menu Bar for quick access to a list of parameters to help with such activities
as changing fonts, moving the cursor around the screen, panning the contents of the
screen and working with TESS and ANSI applications.
Block Move
Enabling (setting to “Y”) “Block Move” prevents the screen contents from moving
when the Title Bar is visible.
6.16.6 Auto Start
“Auto Start” determines whether or not Tekterm is automatically launched when the
7535/7530 is reset. If this parameter is set to “N”, Tekterm will not be launched
when the hand-held resets.
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6.17 Scanner Control Panel
This menu item displays a Scanner Properties dialog box in which you can set up
the particulars of your unit’s scanner performance, choose the bar codes which will
be decoded, and so on.
Figure 6.10 Scanner Properties Dialog Box
Important:
Refer to “Scanner Properties Setup” beginning on page 150 for
details about setting up your scanner.
6.18 View Manager
04
View Manager
Display Shift Y
Block Cursor
Y
Use Increment N
X-increment
5
Y-increment
5
Split Screen
»
Custom Chars
»
Font Override N»
Default Colours»
Range
Y/N
Y/N
Y/N
1..40
1..12
see text
see text
see text
see text
Display Shift
If this parameter is enabled (set to “Y”), the display in application screens shifts so
that there are no blank columns on the left-most side of the display.
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Block Cursor
When this parameter is enabled (set to “Y”), the cursor is presented as a flashing
block. When “Block Cursor” is set to “N”, the cursor is presented as a flashing
underline character.
Use increment
When “Use increment” is enabled (set to “Y”) and the cursor is moved off the
display, the screen contents shift by the values specified in the “X-increment” and
“Y-increment” parameters.
X-increment
This parameter determines the number of spaces the screen shifts once the cursor
moves out of view. The value assigned here doesn’t take effect until “Use
Increment” is set to “Y”.
Y-increment
This parameter determines the number of spaces the screen shifts once the cursor
moves out of view. The value assigned here doesn’t take effect until “Use
Increment” is set to “Y”.
6.18.1 Split Screen
04 Split screen
Type 2 Way |||
View IDs
A
This parameter allows you to split the display view so that more than one
application screen can be displayed at the same time. The split screen parameters,
“Type” and “View IDs”, are used to tailor the screen view for your needs.
Type And View IDs
The “Type” parameter determines how a screen will be split. The 7535/7530
supports up to four application screens. The “View IDs” parameter determines
which application screens will be displayed in each pane of the split screen.
“Moving Between Split Screens” on page 263 describes how to move the cursor
from one split screen to the next.
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6.18.1.1 Splitting And Displaying Screens
Before splitting the screen, you need to determine which applications should appear
in each pane of the split screen. The available applications are listed in the main
“Display Menu”. Each application listed in the “Display Menu” is preceded by a
letter – for example, Parameters is preceded by an A. This letter is used in the “View
IDs” string entry field to fix each pane of a split screen to a corresponding
application.
If you need to display the startup “Display Menu”:
• Press <CTRL> <ALT><0>.
To split a screen:
• With the cursor on the “Type” parameter, use the <RIGHT> or <LEFT>
arrow key to scroll through the types of split screens available.
The vertical and horizontal lines displayed at the “Type” parameter indicate how the
screen will be split – for example, in the sample screen on page 263, the vertical
lines indicate the screen will be vertically split into two segments. The screen can
also be split horizontally 3 ways or 4 ways.
Once you’ve indicated how you want to split the screen in the “Type” parameter:
•
Use the <DOWN> arrow key to move the cursor to the “View IDs”
parameter.
•
For each application you want to display, type the letter corresponding to
the application.
For example, suppose you want to split the screen into two vertical
segments with the “Parameters” menu in the left pane of the screen and
a TESS session in the right pane. In the “Display Menu”, the letter A
represents “Parameters” and B represents “TESS”. The “Type” and
“View ID” values would be represented as follows:
04 Split screen
Type 2 Way |||
View IDs
AB
•
Press <ENTER>.
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To display the split screen on the 7535/7530:
•
Press <CTRL> <DOWN> arrow.
6.18.1.2 Moving Between Split Screens
To move the cursor from one pane in a split screen to the next:
•
Press <CTRL> <RIGHT> or <LEFT>. The cursor moves in order from the
left-most pane to the right and from the top-most pane to the bottom.
6.18.1.3 Toggling Between Full & Split Screens
To toggle between a split and full screen format:
•
Press <CTRL> <DOWN> arrow.
The application displayed when toggling from a split to a full screen format is
determined by the cursor location in the split screen. For example, if the cursor
is in the pane of a split screen in which the TESS application is displayed and
<CTRL> <DOWN> is pressed to display a full screen, the TESS application will be
displayed in the full screen.
6.18.1.4 Using The Asterisk As A Wild Card
When a screen is split, the application displayed in each pane is fixed in the “View
IDs” parameter. Using an asterisk * in the “View IDs” parameter indicates that a
particular pane in the split screen is not fixed to any particular application and can
be changed as required.
For example, suppose you want to split the screen into two vertical segments with
the left pane containing the “Parameters” menu and the right pane containing no
fixed application. The “Type” and “View IDs” parameters would be completed
as follows:
04 Split screen
Type
2 Way |||
View IDs
A*
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To change the application displayed in the pane with no fixed application:
•
If the cursor is not currently in the pane, press <CTRL> <RIGHT> or
<LEFT> arrow to move the cursor into the appropriate screen.
•
Press <CTRL> <ALT><0> to display the startup “Display Menu”.
•
Type the letter corresponding to the new application you want to display.
6.18.2 Custom Characters (Unicode™)
Note:
The Unicode ™ characters created here are accessible only within the
Tekterm application. To create Unicode ™ characters that are accessible
system-wide, refer to “Unicode Mapping” on page 103.
The “Custom Characters” parameter allows you to create Unicode™ characters not
available directly from the keyboard, including accented characters. Unicode is a
trademark of The Unicode Consortium. You can create up to 20 Unicode™
characters that will be stored in a pop-up menu accessible from any application.
6.18.2.1 Creating A Unicode™ Character
Note:
You can create a Unicode™ character by pressing and holding down
the <ALT> while typing the decimal value that represents the Unicode™
character you want to use. However, you will need to press <ALT> and
retype the decimal value each time you want to use the special character.
The advantage to creating special characters using the “Custom Chars”
parameters is that the characters you create in the customer characters
table are saved in a pop-up window that is accessible from any application.
•
In the ‘Parameters’ menu, highlight “View Manager” and press <F1>.
•
Highlight “Custom Chars”, and press <F1> to display the custom
characters table.
04 Custom Chars
Font Small
U+
0000
U+
0000
.
.
.
•
Position the cursor on the Fonts at the top of the table.
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•
Press the <LEFT> or <RIGHT> arrow keys until the character set you want
to use is displayed.
You can create up to 20 Unicode™ characters in the custom characters table.
To create a Unicode™ value:
•
Replace the 0000 value with a hex value that represents the Unicode™
character you want to use.
•
Press the <DOWN> arrow key to accept the value and move the cursor to
the next field.
When you have finished creating the Unicode™ characters you want to use:
•
Press <F4> to save your changes.
•
Reset the 7535/7530 – press and hold down the <ENTER> and <BLUE>
key simultaneously for a minimum of six seconds.
6.18.2.2 Displaying The Unicode™ Pop-up Window
The Unicode™ values you create are stored in a pop-up window that you can access
from any application.
To display the pop-up window within any application:
•
Note:
Press <CTRL> <ALT> <A>.
Unicode™ characters that cannot be displayed on your screen with the
font you are currently using are displayed as rectangles in the pop-up
window. (See the sample menu on page 266.) However, the actual Unicode™ value you created will be sent to the host.
Select item with arrow keys.
Press ENTER when done.
Press ESC to cancel.
•
Use the <LEFT> or <RIGHT> arrow key to position the cursor on the
Unicode™ value you want to use, and press <ENTER>.
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To close the pop-up menu when you’re done:
•
Press the <ESC> key.
Font Override
Font Override
04
Font Code
0
... is font 18x32
Font Code
1
... is font 18x32
Font Code
2
... is font 10x26
Font Code
3
... is font 18x32
Font Code
4
... is font 8x20
This parameter is used to redefine the font to which 5 different font codes refer.
Default Colours
04 Default Colours
Foreground
Black
Background
White
Range
see text
see text
Foreground And Background
This menu is used to select the foreground and background colours used within
Tekterm. If an unreadable combination is assigned – the foreground and background
have the same value – the foreground colour will be inverted.
The allowable values are: Red, Green, Yellow, Blue, Magenta, Cyan, White
and Black.
Note:
The 7535/7530 must be reset – press and hold down the <BLUE> and
<ENTER> keys for a minimum of six seconds – in order for the new
colour assignments to take affect.
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6.19 Applications
“TESS” and “ANSI” applications require unique names so that several different
sessions of “TESS” and “ANSI” can operate simultaneously. 7535/7530s can
support up to 8 sessions at one time.
03 Applications
Type1
#1 ANSI
Title1
#1 parts
Settings
1 »
.
.
.
Type1
#8 None
Title1
#8
Settings
8 »
Important:
Range
None, ANSI,TESS
see text
see text
These applications will become active only after the changes
made in the Application screen are saved by pressing <F4> –
the SAVE key.
Type And Title
Up to eight applications can be entered in this parameter. The “Type #” field
indicates the type of session you will be running. The “Title #” parameter should be
completed with a name that is meaningful to the operator.
•
The available options for the “Type #” field are TESS, ANSI and None.
Use the <RIGHT> or <LEFT> arrow key to scroll through the options.
•
The “Title #” field needs a name that is meaningful to the operator. In addition, “TESS” and “ANSI” applications require unique titles so that several
different sessions of “TESS” and “ANSI” can operate simultaneously.
These titles will appear in startup “Display Menu”. Each session will have
its own set of parameters.
•
To display the “Settings” menu for your application, position the cursor
on “Settings”, and press <F1> – the NEXT key.
Note:
Before you can access the “Settings” menu, you must first complete the
“Name” and “Type” fields.
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6.19.1 ANSI Settings
Ansi
04
Auto Term #
Terminal #
Host Conn
Screen
Xmit Modes
Kbd Modes
Edit Modes
Serial
Host Char Set
Anchor View
N»
1
»
»
»
»
»
»
»
N»
Range
see text
1..1024
see text
see text
see text
see text
see text
see text
see text
see text
Each session you create has its own “Settings” parameters. Additional ANSI
information is documented in “ANSI Emulation” on page 236.
Auto Term#
Note:
Refer to “Group” on page 268 for additional instructions.
When this parameter is set to “Y”, a unique number is assigned for the current ANSI
session. If “Auto Term#” is set to “Y”, any value assigned to the “Terminal #”
parameter is ignored.
Note:
“Auto Term#” is available when 802.IQv2 is assigned to the “Host
Conn” parameter or when 802.IQv1 is enabled in the Radio Menu (see
“802.IQ v1” on page 253).
Group
Auto Term#
Group 1
Range
1-5
When “Auto Term#” is set to “Y”, the ‘Group’ parameter is used to identify the
group or pool of numbers from which an auto-address is chosen.
Terminal #
For every application session you create, the “Terminal #” assigned must be
non-zero and unique. This parameter defines the number for the ANSI session and
uniquely identifies all transmissions to and from the 7535/7530.
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Other applications running in the 7535/7530, such as a TESS session or another
ANSI session must each have a different number. In addition, each Psion Teklogix
7535/7530 using the radio link must have a unique number.
6.19.1.1 Host Conn
Host Conn
Conn Type
Telnet
Settings
»
Range
802.IQv2, 9010t, Telnet
see text
Conn Type
The options for this a parameter vary depending on the type of application you are
running – ANSI or TESS and the type of radio installed in your hand-held.
For ANSI applications, this parameter allows you to choose one of the following
types of connections: 802.IQv2, 9010t (TCP Direct) or Telnet. Keep in
mind that choosing Telnet allows the hand-held to communicate directly with
the host.
Settings
Note:
The “Settings” sub-menu is not available when 802.IQv2 is selected as
the “Conn Type”. In addition, this sub-menu varies depending on which
option you’ve selected – Telnet or 9010t.
Telnet Settings
Host
Port
Terminal Type
Enter Prompt
ESC Prompt
Auto Login
Func Key Remap
Arrow Key Remap
Host
Port
23
VT220
Press ENTER to connect
Press ESC to cancel
N»
N»
N»
Range
see text
0-32767
see text
see text
see text
Y/N
Y/N
Y/N
9010t Settings
Range
9999
see text
0-9999
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Host
This parameter is used to assign a host IP address using the format ###.###.###.###
or a host name if DNS is used.
Port
“Port” specifies the 9010t (TCP Direct) or Telnet port number. The default
9010t port number assigned is 9999, the maximum allowable value. The default
Telnet port number assigned is 23 with a maximum allowable value of 32767.
Terminal Type
“Terminal Type” is used to inform the server of the type of terminal the hand-held is
emulating. This information is used by the server alone and has no affect on the
7535/7530.
ENTER Pmpt
This string indicates that the hand-held is waiting for the user to press <ENTER> at
the time of connection.
ESC Prompt
This string indicates that the user can press the <ESC> key to terminate a
connection attempt before the connection is established.
Auto Login
Auto Login
Login Prompt
Login
Password Prompt
Password
Password Echo
Login Failed
Range
gin:
see text
see text
word:
see text
see text
Y
Y/N
incorrect see text
The “Auto Login” parameters are used to define whether or not the hand-held will
attempt to log in automatically.
The Auto Login sequence is as follows:
1. Host sends “Login Prompt”.
2. Hand-held responds with “Login”.
3. Host sends “Password Prompt”.
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4. Hand-held responds with “Password”.
5. Host may send password echo.
6. Hand-held ignores password echo if “Password Echo” is set to “Y”,
otherwise skip to step 7.
7. Hand-held looks for “Login Failed” in next transmission from host.
8. Login successful or Login failed and return to step 1.
Login Prompt
When the hand-held receives the string assigned to this parameter, it will respond
with “Login”.
Login
The hand-held responds with this string when it receives a “Login Prompt”.
Password Prompt
When the hand-held receives this string, it responds with a “Password”.
Password
The hand-held responds with this string when it receives a “Password Prompt”.
Password Echo
When this parameter is set to “Y”, the host will echo data back to the hand-held after
receiving a “Password”.
Login Failed
When the hand-held unit receives this string, it assumes that the login attempt has
failed and returns to the “Enter Pmpt”.
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Func Key Remap
Setting this parameter to “Y” enables the hand-held to use remapped function keys.
Each function key has a default string associated with it. When a function key is
pressed, the corresponding default string is sent to the host. The ‘Func Key Remap’
table allows these function key character sequences to be redefined.
07
Func Key Remap
F 1 1B 4F 50 00 00 00 00
F 2 1B 4F 51 00 00 00 00
F 3 1B 4F 52 00 00 00 00
.
.
.
F28 1B 5B 34 32 7E 00 00
F29 1B 5B 34 33 7E 00 00
F30 1B 5B 34 34
To change values:
•
Highlight the function key you want to remap.
•
Either type new values, or press the <LEFT> or <RIGHT> arrow key to
change the values.
•
Use the stylus, or press the <TAB> key to move through the string of
values.
Arrow Key Remap
Setting this parameter to “Y” allows the hand-held to use remapped arrow key
strings. Each arrow key has a default string associated with it. When an arrow key is
pressed, the corresponding default string is sent to the host. The ‘Arrow Key
Remap’ table allows these arrow key character sequences to be redefined.
07 Arrow Key Remap
Up Arrow
1B 5B
Down Arrow 1B 5B
Right Arrow 1B 5B
Left Arrow 1B 5B
41
41
41
41
00
00
00
00
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To change values:
•
Highlight the arrow key you want to remap.
•
Either type new values, or press the <LEFT> or <RIGHT> arrow key to
change the values.
•
Use the stylus, or press the <TAB> key to move through the string
of values.
6.19.1.2 Screen
Screen
05
# of Pages
4
# of Rows
24
# of Cols
80
Default Font
17x30
80-col. Font
17x30
132-col. Font 17x30
Video
»
Label F1-F4
»
Colour overrideN»
Range
0..16
4..60
80 or 132
see text
see text
see text
see text
see text
see text
# of Pages
This parameter defines how many pages are accessible to application programs. The
ANSI control functions – Next Page (NP) and Previous page (PP) – are used to
select another page. These pages are independent of each other so that if lines of text
scroll off a page, the other pages are unaffected.
There is no error indication from the hand-held computer if the memory required by
the selected number and size of pages exceeds the memory available in the
computer.
# of Rows
This parameter defines the logical page length (in lines) used by the host computer
application. Emulator systems trim the host application screens to this length. This
page length cannot be smaller than the length of the hand-held’s display. Display
panning is used if the page is longer than the display.
Note:
The value in this parameter must be an even number.
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# of Cols
This parameter defines the logical page width (in characters) used by the host
computer application. Emulator systems trim the host application screens to this
width. This page width cannot be smaller than the width of the display. Display
panning is used if the page is wider than the display.
Note:
The value in this parameter must be an even number.
Default font
This parameter determines the default font that appears when the 7535/7530
memory is reset.
•
Use the <RIGHT> or <LEFT> arrow key to scroll through the available
options.
80-col. font & 132-col. font
These parameters are used to set the font size on the screen if the default font is not
acceptable. An escape sequence must be sent from the host before a hand-held can
switch to either 80-col. font or 132-col. font.
•
Use the <RIGHT> or <LEFT> arrow keys to scroll through the size options
for these parameters.
Video
06 Video
Bold
Blink
Reverse
Underline
NONE
BLNK
REV
ULIN
Range
see text
see text
see text
see text
The possible attributes for these parameters are: “BLNK” (blink), “ULIN”
(underline), “REV” (reverse), and “NONE” (normal).
Bold
This parameter specifies the actual video attributes to be assigned to fields created
with the “Bold” ANSI attribute.
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Blink
This parameter specifies the actual video attributes to be assigned to fields
created with the “Blink” ANSI attribute.
Reverse
This parameter specifies the actual video attributes to be assigned to fields created
with the “Reverse” ANSI attribute.
Underline
This parameter specifies the actual video attributes to be assigned to fields
created with the “Underline” ANSI attribute.
Label F1-F4
Note:
This menu uses string entry fields. For detailed information about completing this type of field, refer to “String Entry Parameters” on page 245.
Label F1-4
06
F1
•
•
•
F4
Softkeys are function keys that have been programmed to perform specific actions
in your application. These keys are identified through softkey labels – reverse video
labels that are displayed at the bottom of the screen. These softkey labels can be
reconfigured using the menu attached to the “Label F1-F4” parameter.
To edit a label:
•
Note:
Position the cursor in the appropriate function key field within the
Label menu, and type a new name – preferably one that describes
the corresponding key’s function.
Although you can enter up to 9 characters for each softkey label, the text
will be shortened to better fit in the available space on your display.
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Colour Override
Note:
If you are using a 7535 equipped with a monochrome display, this menu is
not available.
Range
06 Colour Override
Foreground
Background
Black
White
see text
see text
Foreground And Background
When “Colour Override” is set to ‘Y’, the colours chosen in this menu are displayed
in the ANSI sessions. These colour settings will override the “Default Colours” set
from within the “View Manager” menu. Refer to “Default Colours” on page 266 for
details.
The allowable values are: Red, Green, Yellow, Blue, Magenta, Cyan, White
and Black.
6.19.1.3 Xmit Modes
05 Xmit Modes
Xmit Count
Xmit Wait
Dev Attr
Auto-Answer
7 bit
Block Mode
99
1
[ ? 62 ; 1 ; 2 ; 6 c
Y
»
Range
0..99
0..999
see text
see text
Y/N
see text
Xmit Count
This parameter determines how many characters from the keyboard or scanner are
buffered by the 7535/7530 before being transmitted to the host. If 0 (zero) is
selected, the hand-held transmits only according to the “Xmit Wait” parameter. If
the ANSI block mode features are used, this parameter should be set to 99.
Note:
If the 7535/7530 is not in local edit mode, the <ENTER>, arrow,
<CTRL>, and function keys cause an immediate radio transmission
regardless of the “Xmit Count” parameter setting.
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Xmit Wait
This parameter determines the length of time the 7535/7530 collects keystrokes
before transmitting them to the host. This value is specified in increments of one
10th of a second (i.e., a value of 10 represents 1 second). If 0 (zero) is selected, the
computer transmits only according to the “Xmit Count” parameter.
Note:
If the 7535/7530 is not in local edit mode, the <ENTER>, arrow,
<CTRL>, and function keys cause an immediate radio transmission
regardless of the “Xmit Wait” parameter setting.
Dev Attr
This string entry parameter specifies a device attribute string. This string can be up
to 16 characters long. The computer sends this string to the host when it receives a
DA or DECID control. The example shown in the “Xmit Modes” screen sample on
page 276 is the device attribute sent to a VAX, identifying the Psion Teklogix
hand-held computer as a VT220 terminal. This parameter may or may not be set,
depending on the requirements of the host computer.
Auto-Answer
This string can be up to 30 characters long and is sent by the 7535/7530 as a reply to
an “ENQ” character from the host. The “Auto-Answer” string is programmable in
the same manner as the keyboard macros. For example, this string can be used to
automatically send the username and password when logging into the host. Refer to
“Macro Control Panel” beginning on page 255 for additional details about macros.
7 bit
When this parameter is disabled (set to “N”), the hand-held computer transmits 8 bit
controls. When enabled (set to “Y”), the hand-held transmits 7 bit controls. This
parameter applies to character mode, block mode, and media copy mode.
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Block Mode
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Kbd lock
N
Xmit key
N
FETM
N
GATM
N
MATM
N
SATM
Y
TTM
Y
EOL chars
EOB chars
All modes in this section affect the data stream sent to the host computer, the serial
port and the console port. These modes apply to the Block mode (Local Editing)
and the Media Copy function, unless otherwise noted. Consult the Teklogix ANSI
Terminal Programmer’s Manual for more information.
Kbd lock
When this parameter is disabled (set to “N”), the 7535/7530 does not lock the
keyboard after a block mode transmission. When enabled (set to “Y”), the keyboard
is locked after a transmission. The application program must unlock the keyboard
by resetting the Keyboard Action Mode (KAM), using the Reset Mode (RM) or
Enable Manual Input (EMI) controls.
Xmit key
When this parameter is disabled (set to “N”), the key that causes the hand-held
to transmit is not sent to the host as part of the transmitted data. When enabled
(set to “Y”), the key that causes a transmission is sent after the page data has
been sent to the host. This parameter applies only to block mode.
FETM
When the Format Effector Transfer Mode (FETM) parameter is disabled (set to
“N”), Format Effectors are inserted in data sent to the host or included in data when
transferred to the console or serial ports. When enabled (set to “Y”), the Format
Effectors are not inserted into the data sent to the host and are not included in the
data transferred to the console or serial ports.
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GATM
When the Guarded Area Transfer Mode (GATM) parameter is disabled (set to “N”),
only unguarded data is transmitted to the host or transferred to the console or
serial ports. When enabled (set to “Y”), both guarded and unguarded data can be
transmitted to the host or transferred to the console or serial ports.
MATM
When the Multiple Area Transfer Mode (MATM) parameter is disabled (set to “N”),
only the selected area containing the cursor can be transmitted to the host or
transferred to the console or serial ports. When enabled (set to “Y”), all selected
areas can be transmitted to the host or transferred to the console or serial ports.
This mode is significant only if the Selected Area Transfer Mode (SATM) is disabled.
SATM
When the Selected Area Transfer Mode (SATM) parameter is disabled (set to “N”),
the selected areas defined by SSA/ESA and DAQ can be transmitted to the host or
transferred to the console or serial ports. When enabled (set to “Y”), the full contents
of the buffer can be transmitted to the host or transferred to the console or serial ports.
TTM
When the Transfer Termination Mode (TTM) parameter is disabled (set to “N”), the
cursor position determines the end of the string that can be transmitted to the host
or transferred to the console or serial ports. When enabled (set to “Y”), the cursor
position is ignored.
EOL chars
This string entry parameter specifies a string of up to 8 characters that are sent after
each line in a block transmission. If the parameter is not used, the rules specified in
“Transmitted Data Stream” are used to determine end of line characters.
EOB chars
This string entry parameter specifies a string of up to 8 characters that are sent after
each block transmission.
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6.19.1.4 Kbd Modes
05 Kbd Modes
Arrow mode
Echo mode
DEL key
BKSP key
PrintScreen key
Xmit Enter
Insert
Newline
Disable kbd
DEC Cursor Keys
cursor
Smart
DEL
BS
16
Y
N
N
N
cursor mode
Range
cursor, field
Smart, Local, Host
DEL, BS, Clear
BS, Clear, DEL
1..255
Y/N
Y/N
Y/N
Y/N
see text
Arrow mode
This parameter determines whether arrow keys move the cursor within a field or
between fields. When set to “field”, pressing an arrow key causes the cursor to
move to the next field in the direction of the arrow. When set to “cursor”, pressing
the <LEFT> and <RIGHT> arrow keys move the cursor within the current field.
Echo Mode
This parameter selects echo mode for the 7535/7530. The available modes are
“Local”, “Host”, and “Smart”.
Local:
In this mode, any character entered using the keyboard is displayed
before being sent to the host. Certain keys cause additional action
at the 7535/7530, as shown in Table 6.4 on page 281.
Host:
In this mode, the hand-held computer sends all keyboard entries to
the host and displays only data received from the host.
Smart: This mode reduces or eliminates the delay between typing a
character on the keyboard and displaying the character echoed by
the host computer. The 7535/7530 displays all printable characters
on the screen before sending them to the host. The hand-held compares the characters echoed by the host to the characters placed on
the page and fixes the display if the host echoes are different.
The maximum number of characters waiting for echo is 25.
Any additional characters are sent to the host but not displayed.
When the 7535/7530 is in insert mode, smart echo is disabled.
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Key
Function
ENTER
In newline mode, this key moves the cursor to the first
column of the next line. In line feed mode, this key moves the
cursor to column one of the current line.
CTRL-G (Bell)
The 7535/7530 beeps.
CTRL-H (Backspace)
The cursor moves back one space.
CTRL-I (Tab)
The cursor moves to the next horizontal tab stop.
CTRL-J (Line Feed)
CTRL-L (Form Feed)
CTRL-K (Vertical Tab)
DEL
The cursor moves down one line in the same column.
The cursor moves down to the next line with a vertical tab set.
This key deletes the character to the left of the cursor and
moves the cursor to the left by one position.
Table 6.4 Function Of Special Keys In Local Echo Mode
DEL Key
This parameter determines whether the <DEL> key acts as a delete key, erasing
the character to the right of the cursor, a backspace key, erasing the character
to the left of the cursor or a <CLEAR> key, erasing the entire contents of the field.
BKSP Key
This parameter determines whether the <BKSP> key acts as a delete key, erasing
the character to the right of the cursor, or a backspace key, erasing the character
to the left of the cursor or a <CLEAR> key, erasing the entire contents of the field.
PrintScreen Key
This parameter determines the “hot-key” for printing the screen contents via the
7535/7530 serial port. The default is <CTRL> P (16).
Note:
The 7535/7530 port must be set to “printer” (see“Ports — Tether And
Console” on page 308).
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Xmit Enter
The <ENTER> key normally enters data into a field and moves the cursor to the
next field. However, some applications require that the <ENTER> key start a
transmission from the 7535/7530. When enabled (set to “Y”), this parameter causes
the <ENTER> key to start a transmission.
Insert
When this parameter is disabled (set to “N”), it behaves in “replace” mode –
a character entered at the keyboard or received from the host replaces the
character at the cursor position. The cursor then advances one character position.
When enabled (set to “Y”), the character entered at the keyboard or received from
the host is inserted at the cursor position after shifting the characters at and following
the cursor forward one position. The cursor is advanced one position. The extent
of the characters affected by the shift depends on the setting of the “Edit Extent”
parameter (see page 283).
Newline
When this parameter is disabled (set to “N”), an LF character received from the
host causes the cursor to move down one line in the same column. In addition,
the <ENTER> key transmits a CR. When enabled (set to “Y”), an LF character
received from the host causes the cursor to move to the first column of the next
line. The <ENTER> key transmits both a CR and an LF.
Disable kbd
Setting this parameter to “Y” disables the keyboard and scanner. When this
parameter is set to “N”, the keyboard and scanner are enabled.
DEC Cursor Keys
This parameter can be set to either Cursor Mode or Application Mode. Cursor
Mode causes the cursor keys to generate ANSI cursor control sequences.
Application Mode causes the cursor keys to send application control functions.
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6.19.1.5 Edit Modes
04 Edit Modes
Auto wrap
Erasure mode
Tab stop mode
Edit extent
Disp controls
N
N
N
Line
N
Range
Y/N
Y/N
Y/N
see text
Y/N
Auto wrap
If “Auto wrap” is disabled (set to “N”), characters received when the cursor is at the
right edge of the screen replace the previously displayed characters. If “Auto wrap”
is enabled (set to “Y”), the cursor wraps to the next line when the current line is
filled. The display scrolls up if the cursor is at the bottom margin.
Erasure mode
When this parameter is disabled (set to “N”), erase functions can only erase
unprotected characters. When enabled (set to “Y”), the erase functions can
erase characters regardless of their protected state.
Tab stop mode
When this parameter is disabled (set to “N”), the setting and clearing of horizontal
tab stops apply to the same horizontal position of all lines on the page. When enabled
(set to ‘Y”), horizontal tab setting and clearing apply only to the current line.
Edit extent
This parameter selects the extent of the display to be affected by the ICH and DCH
controls and received character insertion. The possible values are Line, Area,
Display or Fld. The shifting caused by ICH, DCH and character insertion is
confined to the selected extent.
Disp controls
When this parameter is disabled (set to “N”), any control codes received from the
host are performed as described. When enabled (set to “Y”), any received control
functions are displayed and are not performed. If any C0 or C1 controls are received
from the host, their standard ANSI mnemonics are displayed in reverse video. Other
characters are displayed as normal characters. This mode can also be set with the Set
Mode (SM) control but can only be reset from the Parameters menu.
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6.19.1.6 Serial
05 Serial
Primary Port
Secondary Port
Async In
Start
End
Any Available
Any Available
N
0
0
Range
see text
see text
Y/N
0..255
0..255
Primary Port & Secondary Port
ANSI print commands (such as ‘MC’ or Media Copy) control the transfer of data to
and from the serial and console ports on the hand-held. At the 7535/7530, the value
assigned at the ‘Primary Port’ and ‘Secondary Port’ parameters determines which
port the ANSI print command will identify and use as primary and secondary. The
allowable options are: Any Available, Ist printer, 2nd printer, 3rd printer, 4th printer,
1st Serial, 2nd Serial, 3rd Serial, 4th Serial and Disabled.
Async In
When this parameter is enabled (set to “Y”), the serial (async) port is ready to
receive input at all times.
Start/End
These parameters specify the “start” and “end” characters of input received from
the serial (async) port.
6.19.1.7 Host Char Set
The ‘Host Char Set’ menu allows you to specify a character set in the ‘Lower’ and
‘Upper’ character tables.
05 Host Char Set
Lower ASCII ISO-IR 006
Upper DEC Multinational
Note:
When an 8-bit set is selected from the ‘Lower’ character set, the ‘Upper’
character set will change to the same value. The ‘Upper’ character set
cannot be altered until a non-8-bit value is assigned for the ‘Lower’
character set.
To choose ‘Lower’ and ‘Upper’ character sets:
• Position the cursor on the ‘Lower’ or ‘Upper’ parameter, and press the
<RIGHT> or <LEFT> arrow key to display the character set options.
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Press <F4> to save your selection to memory.
Important:
When a character sent from the host cannot be displayed, a
rectangular box is used as a substitute.
6.19.1.8 Anchor View
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x origin
1
y origin
1
Range
1..24
1..80
When enabled (set to “Y”), this parameter locks the display at a defined location on
the screen, preventing it from shifting when the cursor is moved. The “x origin” and
“y origin” coordinates specify where the screen origin, the upper left corner of the
screen, will be fixed.
x origin and y origin
The “x origin” parameter is used to specify the column to which the upper left
corner of the screen will be anchored. The “y origin” parameter is used to specify
the row coordinate to which the screen will be anchored.
6.19.2 TESS Settings
TESS
04
Auto Term #
Terminal #
Host Conn
Screen
Characters
Tests
Features
Scanner
Fields
Anchor View
Emulation
N»
1
»
»
»
»
»
»
»
N»
»
Range
see text
see text
see text
see text
see text
see text
see text
see text
see text
see text
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Each session you create has its own “Settings” parameters. Additional TESS
information is documented in “TESS Emulation” on page 227.
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Auto Term#
Note:
“Auto Term#” is available when 802.IQv2 is assigned to the “Host
Conn” parameter (page 286) or when 802.IQv1 is enabled in the Radio
Menu (see “802.IQ v1” on page 253).
When this parameter is set to “Y”, a unique unit number is assigned for the current
TESS session. If “Auto Term#” is set to “Y”, any value assigned to the “Terminal #”
parameter is ignored.
Group
Auto Term#
Group
1
Range
1-5
When “Auto Term#” is set to “Y”, the ‘Group’ parameter is used to identify the
group or pool of numbers from which an auto-address is chosen.
Terminal #
For every application session you create, the “Terminal #” assigned must be
non-zero and unique. This parameter defines the terminal number for the TESS
session and uniquely identifies all transmissions to and from the 7535/7530.
Other applications running in the 7535/7530, such as an ANSI session or another
TESS session must each have a different number. In addition, each Psion Teklogix
7535/7530 using the radio link must have a unique number.
6.19.2.1 Host Conn.
Host Conn
Conn Type
802.IQv2
Settings
»
Range
see text
see text
Conn Type
The options for this a parameter vary depending on the type of application you are
running – ANSI or TESS.
For TESS applications, this parameter allows you to choose one of the following
types of connections: 802.IQv2, 9010t (TCP Direct), 2392/Telnet,
3274/Telnet and 5250/Telnet.
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Note:
The “Settings” sub-menu is not available when 802.IQv2 is selected as
the “Conn Type”
Settings
Host
Port
Range
see text
0-9999
9999
Host
This parameter is used to assign a host IP address using the format ###.###.###.###
Port
“Port” specifies the port number. By default, the port is assigned the value 9999.
6.19.2.2 Screen
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Screen
# of Cols
# of Rows
Origin Scroll
Field Scroll
Pages Saved
App. Parameter
Label F1-4
Colour Override
80
24
N
N
16
0
»
N»
Range
20..132
4..100
Y/N
Y/N
1..16
-1..79
see text
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# of Cols
This parameter defines the logical page width (in characters) used by the host
computer application. Emulator systems trim the host application screens to this
width. This page width cannot be smaller than the width of the 7535/7530 display.
Display panning is used if the page is wider than the display.
Note:
The value in this parameter must be an even number.
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# of Rows
This parameter defines the logical page length (in lines) used by the host computer
application. Emulator systems trim the host application screens to this length. This
page length cannot be smaller than the length of the hand-held computer’s display.
Display panning is used if the page is longer than the display.
Note:
The value in this parameter must be an even number.
Origin Scroll
When enabled (set to “Y”), the display window moves to the origin (upper-left
corner) after “LOCK-H” or “LOCK-B” messages.
Field Scroll
When enabled (set to “Y”), the display window moves to the left after entering a
new entry field.
Pages Saved
This parameter determines the number of pages that can be stored and recalled at
the 7535/7530. Storing frequently used page data at the 7535/7530 reduces the need
for the host to retransmit complete page data over the radio link. Retransmitting data
can reduce the system response time. Increasing the number of saved pages
decreases the available memory for other functions.
App. Parameter
The “Application” parameter is sent to the host system as part of the response to
the TESS query command. Enter zero to disable this parameter.
Label F1-F4
Note:
This menu uses string entry fields. For detailed information about completing this type of field, refer to “String Entry Parameters” on page 245.
06
F1
F2
F3
F4
Label F1-4
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Softkeys are function keys that have been programmed to perform specific actions
in your application. These keys are identified through softkey labels – reverse video
labels that are displayed at the bottom of the screen. These softkey labels can be
reconfigured using the menu attached to the “Label F1-F4” parameter.
To edit a label:
•
Note:
Position the cursor in the appropriate function key field within the
Label menu, and type a new name – preferably one that describes
the corresponding key’s function.
Although you can enter up to 8 characters for each softkey label, the text
will be shortened to better fit in the available space on your display.
Colour Override
Note:
If you have a 7535 with a monochrome display, this menu is not available.
Range
06 Colour Override
Foreground
Background
Black
White
see text
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Foreground And Background
When “Colour Override” is set to ‘Y’, the colours chosen in this menu are displayed
in the TESS sessions. These colour settings override the “Default Colours” set from
within the “View Manager” menu. Refer to “Default Colours” on page 266 for
details.
The allowable values are: Red, Green, Yellow, Blue, Magenta, Cyan, White
and Black.
6.19.2.3 Characters
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»
V Match Char 0
H Match Char 0
Fill Chr
46
Upper Case
N
Range
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0..255
0..255
Y/N
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Char Set
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ISO N
»
IBM Y
»
DEC N
»
Misc. N
»
This menu contains all the character sets available with your Psion Teklogix
computer. In this menu, the “Y” or “N” is used to visually guide you to the selected
character set. For example, in the sample menu above, the “Y” next to IBM
indicates that a character set has been chosen from this group.
To choose a character set:
•
Position the cursor on the appropriate item – for example, ISO – and press
<F1> to display the character set options.
•
To activate a character set, press the <RIGHT> or <LEFT> arrow key to set
it to “Y”.
Important:
If you choose a Chinese character set from the ‘Misc.’ menu and
a character sent from the host cannot be displayed on the
7535/7530 screen, a shaded box character is used as a substitute.
Please review “Default font” on page 299.
If you are using a Korean character set, a right arrow character is
used as a substitute.
V Match Chr
This parameter enables visible field matching and defines the character that identifies
visible field match data from the host. Field matching allows the host to pre-load
data into an entry field that is compared with the user’s input. The hand-held beeps if
the entered data does not match. Visible field matching means that the data to be
matched is displayed in the entry field.
Enter the decimal value for the ASCII character that will be used by the host to
identify visible match field data. Enter 0 (zero) to disable this feature.
Note:
Another method of field matching is available directly through the
TESS data stream.
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H Match Chr
This parameter enables hidden field matching and defines the character that identifies
hidden field match data from the host. Field matching allows the host to pre-load
data into an entry field that is compared with the user’s input. The 7535/7530 beeps
if the entered data does not match. Hidden field matching means that the data to be
matched is not displayed in the entry field.
Enter the decimal value for the ASCII character that will be used by the host to
identify hidden match field data. Enter 0 (zero) to disable this feature.
Note:
Another method of field matching is available directly through the
TESS data stream.
Fill Chr
This parameter specifies the character that identifies empty entry fields. Enter
the ASCII decimal equivalent of this character. The most commonly used
characters are:
_ (underline)
. (period)
Note:
Enter 95
Enter 46
7535/7530s in some systems may use the “space” character with the host
using reverse video attributes to mark entry fields.
Upper Case
When this parameter is enabled (set to “Y”), lowercase input is converted
to uppercase.
6.19.2.4 Tests
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AutoRep Fn
AutoRep T/O
7
5
Range
0..63
0..255
AutoRep Fn
This parameter determines which function key is sent to the host in auto reply mode.
The value represents the number of the function key – not the ASCII decimal
equivalent. After sending this key, the unit locks and waits for the host to unlock the
7535/7530. To disable “AutoRep Fn”, set the “AutoRep T/O” parameter to zero.
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AutoRep T/O
This parameter determines the time (in seconds) between the 7535/7530 unlocking
and the next transmission of the function key specified by the above parameter.
A value of zero disables auto reply mode.
6.19.2.5 Features
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Printer
Binary print
Queuing
Lcl Process
Send Mile
Next X
Kbd Locked
Remap Passthru
Disable Beep
Serial
Y
N
Y
Y»
N
N
N
N
N
»
Range
Y/N
Y/N
Y/N
see text
Y/N
Y/N
Y/N
Y/N
Y/N
see text
Printer
This parameter enables and disables the pins in the serial port used for printers or
other external devices.
Binary print
When this parameter is enabled (set to “Y”), the page displayed on the 7535/7530
computer is spooled as is, except for trailing white-space removal. When disabled
(set to “N”), each line of the page displayed on the hand-held is preceded by a
linefeed (LF) and followed by a carriage return (CR).
Queuing
This parameter enables and disables queuing mode (see “Queuing Mode” on
page 236). It also enables TESS procedures to be loaded into the 7535/7530. This
parameter should be enabled if local procedures and the ability to switch between
hosts within a TESS session are required. Changes to this parameter take effect only
after the 7535/7530 is reset.
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Lcl Process – Save on Reset
The menu item “Local Process” has a sub-menu attached to it – “Save on Reset”.
When this parameter is enabled (set to “Y”), data stored in the 7535/7530 is saved if
the unit is reset. Local procedures are defined on page 235.
Send Mile
This parameter controls the sending of a milestone from the 7535/7530 after a
“hey_you” command. Consult the Teklogix Screen Subsystem (TESS) User Manual
for more information on milestones.
Next X
This parameter enables and disables the next messages used in queuing mode.
Kbd Locked
This parameter allows you to lock (set to “Y”) or unlock (set to “N”) the keyboard
for all alphanumeric input in TESS. When the keyboard is locked, the function
keys, arrow keys and the <ENTER> key are still functional. The 7535/7530 emits
an error beep if a character is rejected because the keyboard is locked. Changes to
this parameter take effect only after the unit is reset.
Remap Passthru
When this parameter is set to “Y”, passthru data is remapped from the host charset
to the port charset. (Normally passthru data is sent as is to the port without any
remapping.)
Disable Beep
Setting this parameter to “Y” disables the beep generated by the ‘o’, ‘G’ and ‘#’
TESS commands. Keep in mind that Error and Scan beeps are not disabled.
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Serial Out
Serial In
SI mode
SI prefix
SI suffix
SI CRC
SI Fkey
SO prefix
SO suffix
SO CRC
Any Available
Y
N
10
13
N
0
10
13
N
Range
see text
Y/N
Y/N
see text
0..255
0..255
Y/N
0..255
0..255
0..255
Y/N
Serial Port
TESS print commands control the transfer of data to and from the serial and printer
ports on the 7535/7530. At the 7535/7530 computer, the value assigned at the
‘Serial Port’ parameter ranks which port the TESS print command will identify and
use as the first to fourth port. The allowable options are: Any Available, 1st
Serial, 2nd Serial, 3rd Serial, 4th Serial and Disabled.
Serial Out
This parameter enables serial port output fields.
Serial In
This parameter enables the serial port input fields. If enabled (set to “Y”), the TESS
application has exclusive use of the serial port. Acceptance of data in a SI field is
determined by the SI prefix and suffix.
SI mode
The possible values for this parameter are field (the default) and command. When
the SI mode is set to field, data received through the serial port is displayed in the
serial input fields. If you are using serial-input fields, make sure the “SI mode”
parameter is set to field.
When “SI mode” is set to command, data received by the serial port is transmitted as
Passthrough data to the host.
Note:
“Command” mode is supported by SDKs but not by emulations.
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SI prefix
This parameter determines the start-of-message character on serial input. Enter an
ASCII numeric equivalent from 0 to 255 to represent the start character. A value of
0 (zero) indicates no prefix.
SI suffix
This parameter determines the end-of-message character on serial input. Enter an
ASCII numeric equivalent from 0 to 255 to represent the end character. A value of 0
(zero) indicates no suffix.
SI CRC
This parameter enables or disables CRC validity check on serial input. When
enabled (set to “Y”), a packet is rejected if the CRC is not valid.
Also, when this parameter is enabled (set to “Y”), each time a DLE (^P=0x10)
character is encountered in the serial input, it is removed and the character following
it will be replaced with its 1’s complement.
SI Fkey
This parameter allows you to choose the function key you want appended to the
serial input. For example, entering a value of “1” appends <F1> to serial input. A
value of “0” (zero) disables this parameter; a suffix is not added.
Note:
Data is transmitted as soon as the function key has been appended.
SO prefix
This parameter determines the start-of-message character on serial output. Enter an
ASCII numeric equivalent from 0 to 255 to represent the start character. A value of
“0” (zero) indicates no prefix.
SO suffix
This parameter determines the end-of-message character on serial output. Enter an
ASCII numeric equivalent from 0 to 255 to represent the end character. A value of
“0” (zero) indicates no suffix.
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SO CRC
When this parameter is enabled (set to “Y”), a CRC16 value is appended to the
serial output message.
Also, when this parameter is enabled (set to “Y”), for each control character in
the serial output stream, a DLE is inserted to precede that character. The control
character is replaced with its 1’s complement.
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05
Scanner
Cont Nxt Fld
Append Enter
Append F0
Mixed AIAG
Rjct if Alpha
Beam Lockout
Y
Y
Y
N
N
N
Range
Y/N
Y/N
Y/N
Y/N
Y/N
Y/N
Cont Nxt Fld
This parameter only applies to string entry data. When enabled (set to “Y”), this
parameter allows bar codes that are longer than the field length to continue in the
next field.
If “ContNxtField” is disabled (set to “N”), OFF data will flow into the next field.
Append Enter
When enabled (set to “Y”), “Append Enter” causes an <ENTER> code to be
appended to the bar code. The <ENTER> code completes the entry of the bar code
and moves the cursor to the next field.
Append F0
When enabled (set to “Y”), this parameter causes an <F0> code to be appended to
the bar code. The <F0> code completes the entry of the bar code data in the field.
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Mixed AIAG
When this parameter is enabled (set to “Y”), AIAG labels are always accepted and
processed – even if mixed with keyboard input. The AIAG label can replace the
partially entered keyboard data. If this parameter is disabled, AIAG labels are
rejected if field entry is in progress.
Rjct if Alpha
When the cursor is in a numeric field and “Rjct if Alpha” is enabled (set to “Y”),
bar codes containing alphabetic characters are rejected.
Beam Lockout
When enabled (set to “Y”), this parameter disallows scanner use when the current
session is in “LOCK-H” mode.
6.19.2.7 Fields
Fields
05
Field Order
Enter To F0
Enter On Arrow
Video
All Fld Video
Default Font
Entry Mode
Open Fky Only
Ign Bcode_fld
Enh Edit Mode
Valid Numerics
Y
Y
Y
»
Y
17x30
field
N
N
N
+-%*/.,$
Range
Y/N
Y/N
Y/N
see text
Y/N
see text
see text
Y/N
Y/N
Y/N
see text
Field Order
This parameter determines the mode of cursor movement between fields. The next
field can be defined by location on the screen or by the assignment of field numbers.
When enabled (set to “Y”), the cursor moves according to field location. If disabled
(set to “N”), the cursor moves according to the numeric order of the fields.
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Enter To F0
The <ENTER> key normally enters data into a field and moves the cursor to the
next field. However, some applications require that the <ENTER> key start a
transmission from the 7535/7530. When enabled (set to “Y”), this parameter causes
the <ENTER> key to be interpreted as <F0> which starts a transmission.
Enter On Arr
When this parameter is enabled (set to “Y”), the arrow keys can be used to complete
data entry into a field.
Video
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Bold
Reverse
BLNK
ULIN
REV
Range
see text
see text
see text
Blink
The value assigned to this parameter specifies the actual video attributes to be
assigned to fields created with the “Blink” TESS attribute – that is, “BLNK” (blink),
“ULIN” (underline), “REV” (reverse) or “NONE” (normal).
Bold
The value assigned to this parameter specifies the actual video attributes to be
assigned to fields created with the “Bold” TESS attribute – that is, “BLNK” (blink),
“ULIN” (underline), “REV” (reverse) or “NONE” (normal).
Reverse
The value assigned to the “Reverse” parameter specifies the actual video attributes
to be assigned to fields created with the “Reverse” TESS attribute – that is, “BLNK”
(blink), “ULIN” (underline), “REV” (reverse) or “NONE” (normal).
All Fld Video
Usually, the video attributes apply only to the text that is in an entry field. When this
parameter is enabled (set to “Y”), the entire field (including blanks) takes on the
video attributes. Some systems use this option to identify empty entry fields with
reverse video.
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Default font
This parameter determines the default font that appears when the memory is reset.
•
Use the <RIGHT> or <LEFT> arrow key to scroll through the options.
Entry Mode
“Entry Mode” parameters allow you to select a data entry mode. The modes are:
insert, replace, field and fcursor. “TESS Edit Modes And Cursor
Movement” on page 230 describes these modes in detail.
Open Fky Only
When this parameter is enabled (set to “Y”), the screen is open for function keys
only, and the cursor is not positioned. When this parameter is disabled, the screen is
open for data entry, and the cursor is placed in the first field (if it exists).
Ign Bcode_fld
When this parameter is enabled (set to “Y”), fields that were defined as “bar code
only” accept data from the keyboard as well as the bar code reader. In effect, they
behave as data entry fields.
Enh Edit Mode
This mode provides extended (enhanced) functions to users of Psion Teklogix’ IBM
5250 terminal emulation. When this parameter is enabled (set to “Y”), the arrow
keys move the cursor anywhere on the screen, unrestricted by fixed or entry fields.
Certain 5250 emulation keys (e.g. Field Exit) that were originally available only
when “Enh Edit Mode” was set to “Y” are now active at all times in TESS
applications.
Refer to “IBM 5250 Emulation Keys” on page 229 for details about these keys.
Valid Numerics
This parameter is used to configure valid characters for numeric fields to a
maximum of 39 characters. Since this field is numeric, numbers 0 through 9 do not
need to be configured. The default values for this parameter are: + - % / . , $.
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6.19.2.8 Anchor View
Anchor
05
x origin
y origin
1
1
Range
1..24
1..80
When enabled (set to “Y”), this parameter locks the display at a defined location on
the screen, preventing it from shifting when the cursor is moved. The “x origin” and
“y origin” coordinates specify where the screen origin, the upper left corner of the
screen, will be fixed.
x origin and y origin
The “x origin” parameter is used to specify the column to which the upper left
corner of the screen will be anchored. The “y origin” parameter is used to specify
the row coordinate to which the screen will be anchored.
6.19.2.9 Emulation
Note:
These parameters are only accessible when one of the following TESS
‘Host Conn’ options is selected: ‘2392/Telnet’, ‘3274/Telnet’ or
‘5250/Telnet’.
2392/Telnet Emulation
05 Emulation
Send CR with Fkey N
Features
»
Range
Y/N
see text
Send CR with FKEY
A function key press generates a string of text to be sent back to the host. If this
parameter is enabled, a carriage return is appended to the function key.
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Features
06
Clear Entry Fields N
Passthru Printing
N
AIAG Character
0
Barcode Character
0
Serial IO Character 0
Fixed Field Ovrhd
5
Enable Alarm
N
Command Region Up
0
Command Region Down 0
Command Region Left 0
Command Region Right0
Range
Y/N
Y/N
0-255
0-255
0-255
0-80
Y/N
0-24
0-24
0-80
0-80
Clear Entry Fields
When this parameter is set to ‘Y’, an empty entry field is created in place of an entry
field filled with spaces.
Note:
This operation is only performed on screens received from the host. Data
sent to the host remains unaffected.
Passthru Printing
Setting this parameter to ‘Y’ allows the host to send data directly to the 7535/7530
serial port. This option is most commonly used for printing.
AIAG Character
This parameter is used to enter a decimal representation of the ASCII character code
of the AIAG character. A value of 0 (zero) disables this feature.
When a bar code data is scanned, the 7535/7530 searches for AIAG fields on the
current page that can accept the bar code data. The application program
distinguishes an entry field as AIAG by preceding the field with this special mode
character which indicates the existence of AIAG fields.
Barcode Character
Barcode-input-only fields are special entry fields that only accept input from a bar
code reader. The application program identifies a barcode-input-only entry field by
preceding the field with a special character.
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This parameter is used to enter a decimal representation of the ASCII character code
of the barcode-input-only character. A value of 0 (zero) disables this feature.
Serial IO Character
Serial I/O fields are special entry and fixed fields that accept input from and output
to a serial port. The application program distinguishes this field as Serial I/O by
preceding the field with a special character. If this character precedes a fixed field,
the data will be sent to the 7535/7530’s serial port. If it precedes an entry field, the
field accepts data from the hand-held’s serial port.
This parameter allows you to enter a decimal representation of the ASCII character
code of this special character. A value of 0 (zero) disables this feature.
Fixed Field Ovrhd
This parameter defines the maximum number of characters allowed within two
adjacent, fixed fields that can be sent as a single field. For example, if two fields are
4 characters apart and this parameter is set to 5, these fields are joined into a single
field of data. The allowable range for this field is 0 to 80.
This feature affects fields with the “Normal” display attribute only.
Enable Alarm
If this parameter is set to ‘Y’, the 7535/7530 emits a beep when the word ALARM
appears on the application screen, in the location specified by the “Command
Region” parameter.
Command Region Up & Down And Command Region Left & Right
The value assigned to the ‘Command Region Up’ and ‘Command Region Down’
parameters represent rows on the 7535/7530 screen. The allowable values range
from 0 to 24.
The value assigned to ‘Command Region Left’ and ‘Command Region Right’
parameters represent columns on the 7535/7530 screen. The allowable values range
from 0 to 80.
These four numbers represent the row and column addresses of the upper left corner
and the lower right corner of the command region. Currently, the only commands
supported in the command region are ALARM and FONT:
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05
Fujitsu Host
Intl EBCDIC
Nulls in Fields
IP for SysReq
BRK for Attn
LU Name Enabled
LU Name
Features
FKEY0-7
FKEY8-15
FKEY16-23
FKEY24-31
FKEY32-39
N
N
N
N
N
N
»
»
»
»
»
»
Range
Y/N
Y/N
Y/N
Y/N
Y/N
Y/N
see text
see text
see text
see text
see text
see text
see text
Fujitsu Host
If this parameter is set to ‘Y’, data is sent in Fujitsu format. Enabling ‘Fujitsu Host’
causes the standard IBM formatting codes (for start of field, setting buffers, etc.) to
be replaced by the codes used by Fujitsu host computers.
Intl EBCDIC
If this parameter is enabled (set to ‘Y’), the ‘international’ EBCDIC character set is
used, swapping the positions of the ! and ] characters.
Nulls in Fields
Setting this parameter to ‘Y’ allows ‘null’ characters – e.g., hyphens (-) or periods
(.) – to fill in empty entry fields.
IP for SysReq
When the system request key is pressed, a Telnet “Interrupt Process” command
is generated. The “Interrupt Process” command is sent to the host in place of
the standard mechanism used to send the system request key press to a host
using Telnet.
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BRK for Attn
When the attention key is pressed, a Telnet “Break” command is generated. This
command is sent to the host in place of the standard mechanism used to send the
attention key press to a host using Telnet.
LU Name Enabled
If enabled (set to ‘Y’), this parameter allows the 7535/7530 to negotiate a specific
device name for itself.
LU Name
The value assigned in this field is used when the “LU Name Enabled” parameter
(see above) is set to ‘Y’. The current terminal number is appended to the name to
generate a unique device name (for example, LUA00001).
Features – 3274/Telnet
Features
06
Clear Entry Fields
Passthru Printing
AIAG Character
Barcode Character
Serial IO Character
Fixed Field Ovrhd
Enable Alarm
Command Region Up
Command Region Down
Command Region Left
Command Region Right
N
N
0
0
0
5
N
0
0
0
0
Range
Y/N
Y/N
0-255
0-255
0-255
0-80
Y/N
0-24
0-24
0-80
0-80
These parameters are identical to those described for 2392/Telnet. Refer to
“Features – 2392/Telnet” beginning on page 301.
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FKEY0-7
FKEY0
FKEY1
FKEY2
FKEY3
FKEY4
FKEY5
FKEY6
FKEY7
ENTER
F1
F2
F3
F4
F5
F6
F7
The sub-menus attached to these parameters allow you to map the 7535/7530
function keys.
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WEC
Remap Underline to
Intl EBCDIC
Nulls in Fields
Term Type
Virtual Dev Enable
Virtual Dev Prefix
Features
FKEY0-7
FKEY8-15
FKEY16-23
FKEY24-31
FKEY32-39
Range
Advisory
None
N
Y
IBM-5251-11
N
»
»
»
»
»
»
see
see
Y/N
Y/N
see
Y/N
see
see
see
see
see
see
see
text
text
text
text
text
text
text
text
text
text
WEC (Write Error Code)
This parameter determines the type of WEC used. If set to “advisory”, a TESS
advisory message is generated when the host sends a WEC command to the
7535/7530. Otherwise, if set to “screen text”, the hand-held locks the keyboard and
displays the error message contained in the WEC command on the screen at the line
specified by the host. In this case, the 7535/7530 must be unlocked manually using
the function key mapped to RESET.
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Remap Underline To
This parameter allows you to remap the underline cursor to: blink, bold or
reverse.
Intl EBCDIC
If this parameter is enabled (set to ‘Y’), the ‘international’ EBCDIC character set is
used, swapping the positions of the ! and ] characters.
Nulls In Fields
Setting this parameter to ‘Y’ allows ‘null’ characters – e.g., hyphens (-) or periods
(.) – to fill in empty entry fields.
Term Type
The value assigned for this parameter – IBM-5555-001 or IBM-5251-11 – indicates
the type of terminal to report during the Telnet negotiations. It determines how the
AS/400 host treats the terminal. IBM-5251-11 is a standard 5250 terminal.
IBM-5555-001 is a Korean language terminal.
Virtual Dev Enabled
If enabled (set to ‘Y’), this parameter allows the 7535/7530 to negotiate a specific
device name for itself.
Virtual Dev Prefix
The prefix assigned in this field is used when the “Virtual Dev Enabled” parameter
(see above) is set to ‘Y’. The current terminal number is appended to the prefix to
generate a unique device name. You can assign up to 10 upper-case alphanumeric
characters in this field.
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Features
Clear Entry Fields
Passthru Printing
AIAG Character
Barcode Character
Serial IO Character
Fixed Field Ovrhd
Enable Alarm
Command Region Up
Command Region Down
Command Region Left
Command Region Right
Range
N
N
0
0
0
5
N
0
0
0
0
Y/N
Y/N
0-255
0-255
0-255
0-80
Y/N
0-24
0-24
0-80
0-80
These parameters are identical to those described for 2392/Telnet. Refer to
“Features – 2392/Telnet” beginning on page 301.
FKEY0-7, FKEY8-15, FKEY16-23, FKEY24-31 And FKEY32-39
06
FKEY0-7
FKEY0
ENTER
FKEY1
F1
FKEY2
F2
FKEY3
F3
FKEY4
F4
FKEY5
F5
FKEY6
F6
FKEY7
F7
The sub-menus attached to these parameters allow you to map the 7535/7530
function keys.
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6.20 Ports — Tether And Console
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Ports
Tether Port
Settings 1
Console Port
Settings 2
PR RS232
Settings 3
PR Tether
Settings 4
Console
»
Disabled
»
Console
»
Console
»
6.20.1 Peripheral Port Options
The “Tether Port”, “Console Port” “PR RS232” and “PR Tether” options allow you
to enable, disable and specify the accessories attached to these ports. These are:
Disabled, Serial, Console, Printer and Scan-See.
To scroll through the options for each port:
•
Press the <RIGHT> or <LEFT> arrow key.
These ports operate differently depending on the accessories selected.
•
Disabled – indicates that the serial port is not being used.
•
Serial – standard serial port.
•
Console – used to connect another PC to the 7535/7530. A communication
program is required so that communication can proceed between the
7535/7530 and the PC.
•
Printer – all TESS print operations are directed to the port. All ANSI media
copy operations to the “primary port” are directed to this port.
•
Scan-See – TESS and ANSI accepts input from the Scan-See through the
Tether or Console port.
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6.20.2 Port Parameter Settings
The parameters for the “Tether Port”, “Console Port”, “PR RS232” and “PR Tether”
are identical.
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Settings
Character Set
Baud
Data Bits
Parity
Stop Bits
Flow Ctrl
Buffer
Retries
Input Tmo
Output Tmo
Shared
Test
»
9600
8
none
1
None
512
3
2
5
N
N
Range
see text
see text for range of baud rates
6..8
none odd even mark space
1, 1.5, 2
None Software Hardware Both
1..2048
1..100
1..100
1..100
Y/N
Y/N
Character Set
These menus define the character set for the 7535/7530 port.
Important:
When a character sent from the host cannot be displayed, a
right arrow character is used as a substitute.
Char Set
ISO N
»
IBM Y
»
DEC N
»
Misc. N
»
This menu contains all the character sets available with your Psion Teklogix
computer. In this menu, the “Y” or “N” are used to visually guide you to the selected
character set. For example, in the sample menu above, the “Y” next to IBM
indicates that a character set has been chosen from this group.
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Choosing A Character Set
To choose a character set:
•
Position the cursor on the appropriate item – for example, ISO – and press
<F1> to display the character set options.
•
To activate a character set, press the <RIGHT> or <LEFT> arrow key to set
it to “Y”.
Important:
If you choose a Chinese character set from the ‘Misc.’ menu and
a character sent from the host cannot be displayed on the screen,
a shaded box character is used as a substitute.
If you are using a Korean character set, a right arrow character is
used as a substitute.
Baud
This parameter determines the bit rate of the port. Allowable values include: 300
600 1200 2400 4800 9600 14.4kbps 19.2kbps 38.4kbps 57.6kbps
115.2kbps 128.0kbps or 256.0kbps.
Data Bits
This parameter determines the number of bits for the data going through this port.
Possible values are: 6, 7, 8.
Parity
This parameter determines the type of parity checking used on the data going
through the port. The options are: none, odd, even, mark and space.
Stop Bits
This parameter specifies the number of stop bits – 1, 1.5, 2 – used for
asynchronous communication.
Flow Control
This parameter selects the type of flow control used in your hand-held computer.
The 7535/7530 can perform Software or Hardware handshaking, or you can choose
Both to enable both of these options.
The function of each mode is as follows:
Enable:Used to input and output data.
Supports XON/XOFF or no handshaking.
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Print:
Used to output data only. All input characters except XON and
XOFF are ignored.
Supports XON/XOFF or no handshaking.
Output: Used to output data only. All input characters are ignored.
Supports no handshaking.
Note:
To enable the input and/or output, ‘serial in’ and/or ‘serial out’ must be
enabled in the TESS menu.
Buffer
The value assigned to this parameter determines the size of the serial buffer used by
the application for both input and output. The buffer controls the amount of data the
application can send to or receive from a serial device.
Retries
This parameter determines the number of times the 7535/7530 attempts to transmit a
byte from the serial port. If the count specified in this parameter is exceeded, the
transmission fails.
Input Tmo
This parameter sets the time in tenths of a second that the 7535/7530 waits before
passing received data to the TESS or ANSI tasks.
Output Tmo
The value assigned at this parameter determines the maximum number of
milliseconds that the application will wait for a ‘write’ sent to the port to succeed
before it is aborted. The ‘write’ may be one or several bytes in length.
Shared
The “Shared” parameter allows a port to be shared by multiple sessions within
TekTerm. If it is not enabled (set to “Y”), the first session to access the port has sole
use of it.
Test
When this parameter is enabled (set to “Y”), data is output through the serial port to
make certain that it is operating appropriately.
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6.20.3 Port Scan-See Parameters
When ‘Scan-See’ is specified as the peripheral for a port, the parameters listed under
the “Scan-See” sub-menu are used to tailor the operation of this type of scanner. The
other parameters listed in this menu – “Character Set”, “Baud” and so on – are
identical to those described beginning on page 308.
Scan See
05
Character Set
Set» »
Baud 9600
9600
Data Bits
8
Bits8
Parity
none
Paritynone
Stop Bits
1
Bits1
Retries
3
Retries3
Input Tmo
2
Tmo2
Scan-See
»
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Anchor Line
Anchor Column
Follow Cursor
Line Offset
Column Offset
Wraparound
Panning
Line Scrolling
Brightness
Arrows
Version
Range
1
19
Y
0
0
N
Y
N
3
Bright
2
0...1
0...19
Y/N
-25...25
-80...80
Y/N
Y/N
Y/N
0 to 5
Bright Horz Vert
0...2
The Scan-See display is mapped to a specific area on the 7535/7530 screen – called
the viewport – and is continuously updated to reflect that portion of the screen. The
Scan-See viewport is defined as follows:
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Anchor Line/Anchor Column
A location on the Scan-See display – the anchor – is chosen as a reference point.
Line Offset/Column Offset
A predefined displacement – the offset – is added to the location of the 7535/7530
cursor to create a point – the pivot . This pivot is mapped to the anchor , and
whatever is displayed in its vicinity is also displayed on the Scan-See.
For example:
•
the anchor is chosen as (9,0) whereas “9” is the column and “0” is the line
(on the Scan-See display)
•
the offset is chosen as (4,2)
•
the cursor on the 7535/7530 is currently located at (7,5)
•
the pivot would thus be located at (7+4, 5+2) or (11,7)
•
and so the area displayed on the Scan-See will be:
(11–9,7–0) to (11–9+9,7–0+1) or (2,7) to (11,8). 1
1
These computations assume that “Wraparound” (described on page 315) is disabled
(set to “N”) and that “Follow Cursor” (described on page 315) is enabled (set to
“Y”).
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0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 . . .
0
1
(0,0)
terminal cursor
2
3
4
(7,5)
+4
5
offs
6
anchor
(0,0)
(4
+2
(11, 7)
8
,2) et
+2
9
0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9
0
et
7
+4
offs
(9,0)
10
pivot =
Scan-See Display
terminal +
cursor
offset
...
11
1
Terminal Display
superimposing
the anchor on the pivot
0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 . . .
0
1
(0,0)
2
anchor
3
4
5
6
(2,7 )
(11, 7)
pivot
7
(11, 8)
8
9
Scan-See Viewport
10
...
11
Note:
To enter negative values, press the “-” (minus) key and then, type the
number you want to use.
The <LEFT> arrow key can also be used to decrement the value assigned
to the parameter. Each time the <LEFT> arrow is pressed, the number is
decremented by one. For example, to enter a value of “–5”, start from
zero and press the left arrow key five times.
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Follow Cursor
When the “Follow Cursor” parameter is disabled (set to “N”), the cursor is always
assumed to be located at the origin. Using the previous example:
•
the area displayed will be (4–9,2–0) to (4–9+9, 2–0+1), or, after clipping
values that are negative or higher than 80: (0,2) to (4,3).
Wraparound
When “Wraparound” is enabled (set to “Y”), the Scan-See display is treated as a
one-line by 20 column display, rather than 2 lines by 10 columns.
Panning
If “Panning” is disabled (set to “N”), the Scan-See viewport does not move when
the cursor moves one position to the right, and the pivot is still inside the Scan-See
display. However, the Scan-See display is updated to reflect the changes within that
viewport. If the pivot goes outside the viewport, or if the 7535/7530 display
changes without the cursor being moved, the viewport is re-synchronized to
coincide the pivot with the anchor.
Line Scrolling
When “Line Scrolling” is enabled (set to “Y”), the Scan-See display is treated as
two separate one line by 10 column displays. The top line always displays the
previous value of the bottom line. In an application where the cursor skips from one
entry field to another, the field that the cursor just entered is displayed on the top
line, and the next field is displayed at the bottom.
Note:
When this feature is enabled (set to “Y”), the “Panning” option should be
disabled to prevent updates to both lines after every keystroke
Brightness
The “Brightness” parameter controls the backlight brightness of the display. It only
has an effect on Model 7000 Scan-Sees – scanners equipped with LED (light
emitting diode) displays.
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Arrows
The “Arrows” parameter assigns one of three possible functions to the two arrow
keys on the Scan-See keyboard:
Value
Function
Bright
Arrow keys control Scan-See display brightness.
Horiz
Arrow keys control “Column Offset”.
Vert
Arrow keys control “Line Offset”.
Table 6.5 “Arrow” Parameter Options
Note:
For “Horiz” and “Vert,” changing the offset will take affect only after the
7535/7530 display has been updated.
Version
Scan-See units with serial numbers that read 1594120224 or higher contain
firmware that implements a different communication protocol with the 7535/7530
than older units. The “Version” numbers represent the following unit versions:
Value
Scan-See Version
First LED version – up to serial number 1594080275; these are encased in
grey plastic.
Model 7000 LED units – versions after the serial number above; these are also
encased in grey plastic.
Metrologic 7000M LCD units; these are encased in grey plastic.
Psion Teklogix 7000M LCD units; these are encased in black plastic.
0
1
2
Table 6.6 Scan-See Versions
Note:
To interface the 7535/7530 to the Scan-See units with older firmware
(serial number lower than 1594120224), set “Parity = space”;
all other parameters are identical to the newer firmware.
6.20.3.2 Scan-See Keyboard Mapping
•
Digits (0-9) are passed verbatim
•
The CLR key forces a sign-on message and display refresh. This only
occurs when CLR is pressed and the CLR key on the display is pressed,
then released.
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The three F-keys are mapped to F1, F2 and F3, respectively.
•
The ENT key is mapped to the carriage-return (‘\r’) character.
•
The two arrow keys are handled locally, and control the brightness, and the
line and column offsets, as described on page 315.
•
Bar-code data is stripped off any identifying headers (symbology, etc.)
and passed verbatim.
The Scan-See is capable of displaying only a subset of the default PC-8 ASCII
character set. Any characters that cannot be displayed are currently translated to ‘.’.
6.21 Network
03
Network
Ctrl Panel
802.IQv2
»
»
6.21.1 Network Ctrl Panel Settings
This option displays a Windows CE .NET screen where you can set up your 802.11
radio, launch an existing network connection or create a new connection. The radio
icon (NETWLAN1 in the sample screen) in this window is used to configure the
802.11 radio installed in the 7535/7530.
Figure 6.11 Network Settings
Important:
Follow the steps outlined in “Configuring An IEEE 802.11 Radio
In The Unit” on page 22 for details about configuring your radio.
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6.21.2 802.IQ v2
Important:
For setup information about 802.IQ v2, refer to the “9400 and
9450 Network Controllers User Manual” and/or the “9150
Wireless Gateway User Manual”.
Range
04
802.IQ v2
Port
8888
see text
More Parameters »
see text
Port
“Port” specifies the UDP port used by 802IQ v2. The default value is 8888. Keep in
mind that the value assigned here must match the value set at the network controller.
Note:
When using 802.IQ v2, make certain that the 7535/7530 “Net Mask”
matches the network controller net mask.
More Parameters
Important:
The 802.IQ radio items listed in this menu are only available to
Psion Teklogix personnel.
05
802.IQ v2 Parameters
Auto Radio Addr
Y
Radio Address
0
Initial RTT
100
Range
Y/N
1 to 3840
500...5000
Auto Radio Addr
If this parameter is set to “Y”, the 7535/7530 requests an automatically assigned
radio address.
Note:
If ‘Auto Radio Addr’ is enabled (set to “Y”), any value assigned to the
‘Radio Address’ parameter is ignored.
Radio Address
Important:
“Radio Address” only takes effect when “Cellular” is
enabled (set to “Y”).
The value entered in the “Radio address” parameter is used to identify the
7535/7530 hand-held over the radio link. A unique value from 1 to 3840 must be
assigned for each hand-held.
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Initial RTT (Round Trip Time)
Round trip time is the elapsed time between a 7535/7530 computer transmission and
an access point acknowledgement. Each 7535/7530 continuously adjusts the acceptable round trip time, calculating the average elapsed time over a number of transmissions. If an acknowledgement takes longer to receive than the average round trip
time calculated, the 7535/7530 will resend the transmission.
Because 7535/7530s cannot calculate an average round trip time without a number
of transmissions, a starting point or “Initial Round Trip Time” is required. The
7535/7530 uses the time assigned to the “Initial RTT” parameter as a starting value
for round trip calculations. Once the 7535/7530 begins transmitting and receiving
data, this value will be adjusted to reflect the actual average round trip time between
transmissions and acknowledgements.
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7.1 External Bar Code Readers. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 323
7.1.1 PowerScan™ Standard, LR and XLR Bar Code Scanners . . . . . . 323
7.1.2 Entering Data With The Bar Code Reader. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 323
7.2 Batteries . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 323
7.2.1 Lithium-Ion Battery Safety Precautions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 323
7.3 Important Charger Safety Instructions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 325
7.4 Chargers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 326
7.5 Gang Charger . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 326
7.5.1 Installation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 327
7.5.2 Operator Controls . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 327
7.5.3 Charge Indicators . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 327
7.5.4 Charging Batteries . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 328
7.5.5 Troubleshooting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 328
7.5.5.1 Excessive Charge Duration . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 328
7.5.5.2 Indicator Flashing Red . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 329
7.5.5.3 Power LED Does Not Light Up. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 329
7.5.5.4 Indicator Does Not Light When Battery Installed . . . . . . . 329
7.6 Combo Charger. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 329
7.6.1 Installation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 330
7.6.2 Operator Controls . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 330
7.6.3 Using the Combo Charger With The 7535/7530 . . . . . . . . . . . 330
7.6.4 Charging The Spare Battery . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 330
7.6.5 Charge Indicators . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 331
7.6.6 Troubleshooting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 331
7.7 Combo Dock . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 332
7.7.1 Installation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 332
7.7.2 Using The Combo Dock . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 332
7.7.3 Network Access . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 332
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7.7.4 Troubleshooting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 333
7.8 Quad Dock . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 333
7.8.1 Installation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 333
7.8.2 Indicators And Controls . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 334
7.8.3 Using The Quad Dock . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 334
7.8.4 Network Access . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 334
7.8.4.1 Network Addressing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 334
7.8.5 Battery Charging . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 334
7.8.6 Troubleshooting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 335
7.8.6.1 Network Link Unsuccessful . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 335
7.8.6.2 7535/7530 LED Does Not Light When Docked. . . . . . . . 335
7.9 Portable Docking Module (PDM) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 335
7.10 Bluetooth Peripherals . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 338
7.11 The 7535/7530 Picker Cradle . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 338
7.11.1 Picker Cradle Mounting Recommendations . . . . . . . . . . . . . 339
7.11.1.1 Mounting Template . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 339
7.11.2 Wiring Guidelines . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 339
7.11.3 Using The Picker Cradle . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 340
7.11.4 Maintaining The Picker Cradle . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 340
7.11.5 Powered Cradle Installation In High Voltage Vehicles . . . . . . . . 340
7.11.6 Powered Cradle Installation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 341
7.11.6.1 Wiring Vehicle Power To The Cradle . . . . . . . . . . . . 342
7.11.7 The Port Replicator . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 343
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External Bar Code Readers
7.1 External Bar Code Readers
7.1.1 PowerScan™ Standard, LR and XLR Bar Code Scanners
Note:
Refer to “PowerScan™ Standard Range Scanner Specs” on page 368 and
“PowerScan™ LR and XLR Industrial Scanner Specs” on page 366 for
detailed specifications.
The 7535/7530 supports Psion Teklogix’ PowerScan™ industrial bar code scanner
with standard, long range and extra long range options.
To connect this scanner to the 7535/7530, attach the device to the tether port at the
upper-right side of the 7535/7530. Before using the bar code reader, you may need
to change some parameters. Review your “Power Scan Programing Guide (PSC)”
for details.
7.1.2 Entering Data With The Bar Code Reader
Note:
For helpful scanning tips, refer to “Scanning Techniques” on page 55.
When a label is scanned successfully, the 7535/7530 will beep if configured
appropriately and the scan LED will flash. Occasionally, the bar code labels are
poorly printed or damaged and cannot be read properly. In this case, use the
keyboard to enter data from the label.
7.2 Batteries
Note:
Battery specifications are detailed beginning on page 371.
7535/7530s operate with Lithium-Ion batteries – the 7535 with a high capacity 1900
mAh battery pack and the 7530 with either a high capacity, 1900 mAh battery pack
or an extra capacity, 2400 mAh battery.
7.2.1 Lithium-Ion Battery Safety Precautions
Important:
It is critical that this safety information be reviewed and that all
warnings be strictly followed.
Warning:
BATTERIES ARE CONSIDERED HAZARDOUS WASTE and
must be returned to Psion Teklogix for proper disposal. All used
batteries must be forwarded to one of the following offices:
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Psion Teklogix Inc.
Psion Teklogix Corp.
2100 Meadowvale Blvd.
1810 Airport Exchange Blvd.
Mississauga, Ontario
Suite 500
Canada
Erlanger, Kentucky
L5N 7J9
USA 41018
Psion Teklogix S.A.
La Duranne; 135 Rue Rene Descartes; BP 421000
13591 Aix-En-Provence
Cedex 3; France
Warning:
TO PREVENT the battery from leaking acid, generating heat or
exploding, adhere to precautions listed below.
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The battery incorporates built-in safety devices. To ensure
their proper function, do not disassemble or alter any parts
of the battery.
Do not short-circuit the battery by directly connecting any of the
exposed terminals with metal objects such as wire. Do not transport or
store the battery together with metal objects such as necklaces, hair pins,
etc.
Do not dispose of batteries in fire.
Do not use or leave the battery near a heat source such as a fire
or heater.
Do not immerse the battery in water.
When charging, use the battery charger specifically designed for
the battery.
Do not pierce, strike, throw or step on the battery.
Do not directly solder the battery.
Do not connect the battery to an electrical outlet, vehicle
cigarette lighter, etc.
Do not put battery into a microwave oven or pressurized container.
Do not use the battery in combination with primary batteries (such as
dry-cell batteries) or batteries of different capacities or brands.
Immediately remove the battery from the device or battery charger
and stop use if the battery gives off an odor, generates heat, becomes
discoloured or deformed, or in any way appears abnormal during use.
Do not continue charging the battery if it does not recharge within the
specified charge time.
The battery may burst or ignite if the battery leaks. Always ensure that it
is away from any exposed flames.
If leaking electrolyte sprays into your eyes, rinse them with clean
running water, and immediately seek medical attention.
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Do not store the battery in extremely high temperatures (e.g., a vehicle,
strong direct sunlight, etc.). This may cause the battery to overheat
or ignite, and it may also reduce the performance and service life of
the battery.
Do not use in areas where static electricity is greater than what the
manufacturer guarantees.
Keep batteries out of reach of children.
7.3 Important Charger Safety Instructions
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SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS – This manual contains important safety and
operating instructions for battery chargers.
Before using the battery charger, read all instructions and cautionary
markings on (1) battery charger, (2) battery, and (3) product using battery.
The mains power cord shall comply with national safety regulations of the country
where the equipment is to be sold.
Use of an attachment not recommended or sold by the battery charger
manufacturer may result in fire, electric shock, or personal injury.
To reduce risk of damage to the electric plug and cord when unplugging the
charger, pull the plug rather than the cord.
Make sure the cord is positioned so that it is not stepped on, tripped over,
or otherwise subjected to damage or stress.
Do not operate the charger with a damaged cord or plug.
Replace immediately.
Do not operate the charger if it has received a sharp blow, been dropped, or otherwise damaged in any way; it should be inspected by qualified service personnel.
Do not disassemble the charger; it should be repaired by qualified service personnel. Incorrect reassembly may result in electric shock or fire.
To reduce risk of electric shock, unplug the charger from the outlet before
attempting any maintenance or cleaning.
An extension cord should not be used unless absolutely necessary. Use of an
improper extension cord could result in fire or electric shock.
If an extension cord must be used, make sure:
• The plug pins on the extension cord are the same number, size,
and shape as those on the charger.
• The extension cord is properly wired and in good electrical
condition and that the wire size is larger than 16 AWG.
Do not expose the charger to rain or snow.
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Do not place batteries in the charger if they are cold from extended
exposure to a freezer or outside temperatures below 10°C (50°F). Allow them to
warm up to temperatures for at least two hours. Battery temperature should be
between 5° C and 39° C (41° F to 102° F).
Do not use the charger if, after an overnight charge, any of the batteries feel warmer
than the charger housing. The charger should be inspected by
qualified service personnel.
Do not use the charger if any of the batteries or the charger get more than lukewarm. The equipment should be inspected by qualified personnel.
7.4 Chargers
Note:
Initially, new batteries that have been fully charged may indicate less than
100% charge. No special conditioning is required. The full capacity of the
battery will reach 100% after 5 cycles through the charger.
It can take from 1.5 to 4 hours to charge a battery. The 7535/7530’s intelligent
charging system protects the battery from over-charging by terminating the charge
process when the battery is at maximum capacity.
Important:
To preserve battery integrity, the charger will proceed with a
charge only when the battery temperature falls between 5° C and
39° C (41° F to 102° F). If the battery is too hot or cold, the
battery status LED flashes yellow and the charge is suspended.
7.5 Gang Charger
The gang charger is designed to charge up to six 7535/7530 Lithium-Ion batteries at
one time. Your charger is shipped with the appropriate IEC mains power cord. If the
supplied power cord is incorrect for your country, contact Psion Teklogix for
assistance (see Appendix A: Support Services And Worldwide Offices).
Note:
The gang charger is shipped with a user manual. It is critical that this
manual be reviewed for additional information and updates.
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7.5.1 Installation
The gang charger can be wall mounted using the wall mount kit – PN 1010039 – or
it can be operated on a flat surface. Install the charger in an area that is free from
excessive dirt, dust and contaminants. The ambient temperature must be in the range
5° C to 39° C (41° F to 102° F). The charger will not charge batteries outside
of this temperature range. For maximum performance, it is recommended that
the charger be operated at room temperature – a temperature range between
18° C to 25° C (64° F to 77° F).
The charger can consume up to 2A @ 120VAC or 1A @ 240VAC. Check to ensure
the mains circuit supplying the charger is adequate for this loading (especially if
several chargers are being powered from the same circuit).
After unpacking the unit:
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Visually check the charger for damage.
Install the IEC power cord and apply power.
A green indicator in the lower-right lights to indicate power is present. All charge
indicators flash momentarily at powerup to indicate that the charger is ready for
operation.
If you choose to wall mount the charger, follow the instructions packaged with the
mounting bracket kit. Be sure to locate the charger in an area where there is no risk
of injury to persons walking in the vicinity.
7.5.2 Operator Controls
The gang charger does not have operator controls or a power switch.
7.5.3 Charge Indicators
Each battery charge slot is equipped with a tri-coloured LED to indicate the charge
status of the battery. When 7535/7530 batteries are inserted in the charger, the
colour and behaviour of the LEDs associated with the charge wells in use indicate
the status of the charge.
LED Behaviour
Off
Icon
Charge Status
No battery detected in the slot.
Solid green
Battery is fully charged.
Flashing green
Battery is charged to 75% capacity.
Solid yellow
Charge in progress.
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Flashing
yellow
Battery temperature out of charge range between 5° C
to 39° C (41° F to 102° F). This icon indicates that the
charger is waiting to charge. Charging is attempted
every five minutes until the battery is within the
appropriate temperature range.
Solid red
Battery rejected (at insertion) or unable to complete
charge on battery
Flashing red
Charging circuit problem. Refer to “Troubleshooting”
on page 328.
Table 7.1 Gang Charger Indicators
7.5.4 Charging Batteries
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Install the battery with the battery contacts facing the charger. Slide the battery
between the guide rails until it lightly latches in place.
The LED directly below the slot in which a battery is inserted lights up immediately.
A solid yellow LED indicates that the battery is being charged. If the battery
temperature is outside 5° C to 39° C (41° F to 102° F), the LED flashes yellow until the
temperature is acceptable. A fully discharged battery will normally take between 1.5
and 4 hours to charge. When the battery charge reaches 75%, the indicator flashes
green. At full capacity, it turns solid green.
When the battery is fully charged, the charger stops applying power; the battery
cannot be overcharged if left in the charger slot. The 75% charge indicator is handy
if you need a quick recharge – it often occurs after less than an hour.
7.5.5 Troubleshooting
7.5.5.1
Excessive Charge Duration
The charger is equipped with a recalibration function – a function that fully
discharges and then fully recharges the battery. This process is necessary to
recalibrate the battery capacity gauge internal to the battery. The charger attempts
recalibration when:
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the battery capacity is at less than 30%, and
the battery has undergone more than 40 partial charge cycles since the last full discharge.
A complete battery discharge takes between 1.5 and 4 hours to complete. When in
discharge mode, the LED indicator flashes yellow. The recalibration function
extends the charge time by up to 2 hours.
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Indicator Flashing Red
7.5.5.2
Indicator Flashing Red
If the indicator flashes red:
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Remove all batteries and disconnect the mains power cable.
Wait at least 20 seconds, and then plug the cable in again.
If any of the charge slot LEDs continue to flash red, the charger is defective and
requires service. If all indicators are flashing red, there is a power supply problem
and the charger requires service.
7.5.5.3
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Remove all batteries, and unplug the charger.
Connect another device to the mains outlet to ensure there is power.
Remove the IEC mains power cable from the charger, and check it for damage.
Reconnect the mains cable in the charger and mains outlet.
If the power LED still does not light up:
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Unplug the mains cable, and check the fuse at the rear of the charger.
If the fuse appears to be intact, the charger requires service.
7.5.5.4
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Remove the battery, and clean the contacts on the battery and the
charge slot.
Reinstall the battery, and check that it is fully seated in the slot.
Inspect the charge slot contacts for damage (are they bent, flattened, twisted or broken).
Try inserting a battery that you know to be working in the charger slot.
Reconnect the mains power cable, and check that the slot indicator flashes at powerup.
7.6 Combo Charger
The 7535/7530 combo charger is a desktop charger designed to charge the
7535/7530 internal battery along with a spare battery pack. The combo charger
provides sufficient power to operate and fast charge the 7535/7530 internal battery,
while recharging the spare battery pack.
Note: The combo charger is shipped with a user manual. It is critical that this
manual be reviewed for additional information and updates.
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7.6.1 Installation
Keep the combo charger away from excessive dirt, dust and contaminants. The
combo charger will not charge batteries outside an ambient temperature range of
5° C to 39° C (41° F to 102° F). It is recommended that this charger be operated at
room temperature – between 18° C and 25° C (64° F to 77° F) for maximum
performance.
After unpacking the unit:
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Visually inspect the charger for possible damage.
Install the IEC power cord and apply power.
A green LED in the lower-right corner of the front panel lights to indicate that
power is present. The charge LED flashes momentarily at powerup. The charger is
now ready for operation.
7.6.2 Operator Controls
The combo charger has no operator controls or power switch.
7.6.3 Using the Combo Charger With The 7535/7530
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Gently slide the 7535/7530 into the cradle portion of the combo charger until
lightly latched. An icon is displayed indicating that the 7535/7530 is properly
installed in the combo charger –
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The battery charge LED on the 7535/7530 lights up indicating that the unit has
external power and battery charging may begin. It is safe to leave the 7535/7530 in
the combo charger cradle while it is not in use – the battery will not be overcharged.
7.6.4 Charging The Spare Battery
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Install the battery with the latch facing towards the rear of the charger – slide it
between the guide rails until it lightly latches in place.
The LED for the slot lights up immediately. A solid yellow LED indicates the
battery is being charged. A flashing yellow LED indicates that the battery
temperature is outside the acceptable charge range – between 5° C and 39° C
(41° F to 102° F).
A fully discharged battery normally takes between 1.5 and 4 hours to charge. When
the battery capacity reaches 75%, the LED flashes green. When the battery is at full
capacity, the indicator turns solid green.
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The combo charger stops applying power to the battery when it is fully charged –
there is no risk of overcharge if the battery remains in the charge slot. The 75%
charge indicator is handy if you need a quick recharge – a quick charge often takes
less than one hour.
7.6.5 Charge Indicators
The spare battery charge slot has an associated tri-colour LED indicator on the
lower-right area of the front panel.
LED Behaviour
Charge Status
Off
No battery detected in the slot.
Solid green
Battery is fully charged.
Flashing green
Battery is charged to 75% capacity.
Solid yellow
Charge in progress.
Flashing yellow
Battery temperature outside the charge range of between
5° C to 39° C (41° F to 102° F). Charging is attempted
every five minutes until the battery is within the appropriate
temperature range.
Solid red
Battery rejected (at insertion) or unable to complete charge
on battery.
Flashing red
Charging circuit problem. Refer to “Troubleshooting” on
page 328 for details.
Table 7.2 Combo Charger Indicators
The combo charger supplies DC power to enable the 7535/7530 internal fast
charger. Charge status is displayed on the 7535/7530 charge LED – the lower-right
LED. Refer to “Charge LED” on page 48 for details.
Normally, it takes from 1.5 to 4.0 hours to fully charge the 7535/7530 internal
battery.
Note:
Battery charging continues whether the 7535/7530 is switched on or off.
7.6.6 Troubleshooting
The gang charger troubleshooting section also applies to the combo charger. Refer
to “Troubleshooting” on page 328, for helpful tips.
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7.7 Combo Dock
The combo dock is identical to the combo charger with one exception – the combo
dock is equipped with a 10/100 BaseT Ethernet interface. The charging information
in “Combo Charger” beginning on page 329 also applies to the combo dock.
7.7.1 Installation
Refer to the “Installation” guidelines for the combo charger beginning on page 330.
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Attach a CAT5 RJ45 network patch cable (shipped with the combo dock) between
your network and the RJ45 jack on the rear of the dock.
A green LED is illuminated next to the RJ45 connector when a valid network link is
established.
A user application needs to be loaded onto each 7535/7530 that utilizes the combo
dock for communication. With the network connected and this application loaded,
the combo dock is ready for use.
7.7.2 Using The Combo Dock
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Gently slide the 7535/7530 into the cradle portion of the combo dock until
lightly latched. The 7535/7530 detects combo dock and displays the appropriate
icon –
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The battery charge LED (lower-right LED) on the 7535/7530 lights up to show it
has external power and may start charging the battery.
Interaction with the 7535/7530 while in the combo dock is a function of the user
application software used to communicate with the host network.
7.7.3 Network Access
The combo dock includes a dedicated USB to Ethernet converter. This USB
converter appears as a USB slave to the 7535/7530 USB host controller. The
7535/7530 automatically detects insertion into a combo dock and loads the
appropriate drivers to communicate with the USB/Ethernet converter.
See “Network Addressing” on page 334 for details about network addressing issues
with the combo dock.
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7.7.4 Troubleshooting
Troubleshooting issues for the combo dock are identical to those of the quad dock.
Refer to “Troubleshooting” on page 335 for helpful tips.
7.8 Quad Dock
Note:
The quad dock is shipped with a user manual. It is critical that this manual be reviewed for additional information and updates.
The Quad Dock permits each of four docked 7535/7530 hand-helds to communicate
with a 10/100 BaseT Ethernet network at greater than 2Mbps. It also provides
sufficient power to operate and fast charge the batteries in the 7535/7530s.
7.8.1 Installation
The quad dock should be located away from excessive dirt, dust and contaminants.
The ambient temperature must fall between 5° C to 39 °C (41° F to 102° F). The
7535/7530 internal charger will not charge batteries outside of this temperature
range. For maximum performance, it is recommended that the quad dock be
operated at room temperature – from 18° C to 25° C (64° F to 77° F).
The quad dock can consume up to 3A @ 120VAC or 1.5A @ 240VAC. Ensure that
the mains circuit supplying the unit is adequate, especially if several docks are being
powered from the same circuit.
After unpacking the unit:
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Visually inspect the unit for any damage.
Install the IEC power cord and apply power.
A green indicator in the lower-right corner of the front panel lights up to indicate
that power is present.
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Attach a CAT5 RJ45 network patch cable (supplied) between your network and the
RJ45 jack on the rear of the dock.
A green LED is illuminated next to the RJ45 connector when a valid network link is
established.
A user application must be loaded onto each 7535/7530 that utilizes the quad dock
for communication. When the network is connected and this application is loaded,
the quad dock is ready for use.
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7.8.2 Indicators And Controls
The quad dock has no user controls. It is equipped with a power indicator LED and
RJ45 link and traffic indicator LEDs. When a valid network link is established, a
green LED is illuminated next to the RJ45 connector.
7.8.3 Using The Quad Dock
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Gently slide the 7535/7530 into the cradle portion of the quad dock until lightly
latched.
The 7535/7530 detects that it is in a quad dock and displays the appropriate icon in
the taskbar –
. The battery charge LED on the 7535/7530 lights up to show it
has external power and may start charging the battery.
Interaction with the 7535/7530 while in the quad dock is a function of the user
application software used to communicate with the host network.
7.8.4 Network Access
The quad dock includes a four port 10/100 Ethernet hub. Each of the four
downstream ports are connected to dedicated USB-to-Ethernet converters. These
USB converters appear as USB slaves to the 7535/7530 USB host controller. The
7535/7530 automatically detects insertion into a quad dock and loads the
appropriate drivers to communicate with the USB/Ethernet converters.
7.8.4.1
Network Addressing
Although the USB converters have fixed Ethernet MAC addresses, there is
generally no correlation between these addresses and a specific 7535/7530 handheld. The host application uses standard TCP/IP protocol to name, locate and
communicate with a specific 7535/7530 on the network.
If a link is established between a hand-held and a host, the application on the host
and on the 7535/7530 must have a recovery mechanism in the event that the handheld is removed from the dock and the link is interrupted.
7.8.5 Battery Charging
The quad dock supplies DC power to enable the 7535/7530 internal fast charger.
Charge status is displayed on the hand-held charge LED (see “Charge LED” on
page 48). Battery charging continues whether the unit is switched on or off.
Normally, it takes between 1.5 and 4 hours to fully charge the 7535/7530 internal
battery.
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7.8.6 Troubleshooting
The indicators, applications and drivers required to use and monitor the docking
station are installed on the 7535/7530 – no indicators or applications are present on
the docking station itself.
7.8.6.1
Network Link Unsuccessful
If a network link fails, the 7535/7530 application alerts the operator that the link was
unsuccessful.
7.8.6.2
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7535/7530 LED Does Not Light When Docked
Check that the quad dock has power – is the Power LED on the quad
dock illuminated?
Try inserting the 7535/7530 in another slot in the quad dock.
Check for dirt or contamination on the docking contacts at the bottom of the
7535/7530. Wipe the contacts with a damp cloth if necessary.
Check the pogo pins inside the dock cradle for dirt. Gently wipe with a damp cloth
if they appear to be dirty or discoloured.
Check that the pogo pins are not bent or damaged.
Remove and reinsert the 7535/7530 in the cradle, and check that the latch is
holding the unit in place (the pogo pins must be compressed for proper
contact).
Make certain that the battery installed in the 7535/7530 is not defective.
7.9 Portable Docking Module (PDM)
Warning:
The mains power cord for the DC adapter shall comply with
national safety regulations of the country where the equipment
is to be sold.
The Portable Docking Module (PDM) clips onto the base of the 7535/7530 and is
most often used to charge the 7535/7530 battery when a desktop charger is not
convenient. The PDM also offers additional communication ports, making it useful
for upgrading software in the 7535/7530 from a USB-equipped laptop computer.
Figure 7.2 on page 337 illustrates the connectors on the PDM.
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Align the pins on the PDM with the connectors on the base of the 7535/7530.
Gently snap the PDM into place on the base of the unit. Figure 7.1 on page 336
provides a visual representation of how to secure the PDM.
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Note:
The latching mechanism on the PDM is designed for quick installation
and release. It is not meant for heavy duty use.
Psion Teklogix recommends using a powered cradle or combo charger in
harsh environments.
Align the guide pins on the PDM with the
slots on the base of the 7535/7530, and
gently snap the PDM onto the hand-held.
Guide Pins
Figure 7.1 Attaching The PDM To The Base Of The 7535/7530
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Type B USB Device
RS232 Serial Port
Type A USB Host
15 VDC Power Jack
Figure 7.2 PDM Ports And Connectors
The interfaces available on the PDM are as follows:
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DC power jack (15VDC @ 2.5A)
Type A USB host port (for connection to USB devices such as a mouse, keyboard,
printer, etc.)
Type B USB device port (for connection to a USB host such as a PC)
RS232D DE9 serial port (for connection to a PC COM port or a serial device such
as a printer)
The standard Psion Teklogix PDM kit (PN HU4001) includes the necessary DC
power supply, USB cables and RS232D 9-pin cable.
A cigarette lighter adaptor (PN HU3012) is also available to connect the PDM to a
12 VDC vehicle’s power. Use only the recommended adaptor with the PDM – it
includes transient suppressors that protect your 7535/7530 from damage.
The PDM contains reverse polarity and over voltage protection. If the DC power
jack is wired backwards or exceeds 20VDC, the PDM shuts down to protect the
7535/7530, the PDM and the power supply from damage. Psion Teklogix does not
recommend substituting the DC power supply provided with your PDM.
The DC power supplied by the PDM is sufficient to operate the 7535/7530 and fast
charge its internal battery at the same time. The 7535/7530 can run from a PDM
without a battery installed.
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Bluetooth Peripherals
7.10 Bluetooth Peripherals
If the 7535/7530 is equipped with a Bluetooth radio, it is possible to communicate
with a variety of Bluetooth peripherals, including GSM/GPRS handsets, scanners,
printers, and so on. The range of the Bluetooth radio in the 7535/7530 is limited to
approximately 5 meters.
Psion Teklogix provides built-in support for the Bluetooth peripherals listed below.
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GSM/GPRS tri-band universal handset
Bluetooth printer
Keep in mind that Bluetooth and IEEE 802.11b radios both operate in the 2.4GHz
band. Although the 7535/7530 includes features to minimize interference,
performance of the system will not be optimal if you use both radios simultaneously.
Typically, when both radios operate in the 7535/7530 at the same time, they cannot
transmit simultaneously – this has a negative impact on overall system throughput.
To minimize the impact on the backbone 802.11b network, Psion Teklogix
recommends using Bluetooth peripherals that have low transaction rates (such as
printers and scanners).
Bluetooth peripherals are configured by choosing the Bluetooth icon in the Control
Panel. Refer to “Bluetooth Setup” on page 116 for information about setting up
your Bluetooth devices for communication. In addition, review the manual shipped
with your Bluetooth device to determine the method used to associate with the
7535/7530 host.
7.11 The 7535/7530 Picker Cradle
The 7535/7530 picker cradle is a highly ruggedized, single station dock. Although
it provides quick insertion and removal, the cradle holds the 7535/7530 securely
even when operated in high vibration environments (such as vehicles not equipped
with suspensions).
The7535/7530 base picker cradle can be outfitted with two options – a power
module and a port replicator. Psion Teklogix also supplies a range of standard
mounts for the hand-held picker cradles, and the 7535/7530 picker cradle is
compatible with all of them.
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7.11.1 Picker Cradle Mounting Recommendations
Warning:
Before mounting a picker cradle in a vehicle, there are a number
of operator safety issues that require careful attention. An improperly mounted cradle may result in one or more of the following:
operator injury, operator visibility obstruction, operator distraction
and/or poor ease of egress for the operator. Psion Teklogix strongly
recommends that you seek professional mounting advice from the
vehicle manufacturer.
Cable routing within a vehicle cab also requires careful consideration, especially for separately tethered scanners and other devices
with loose cables. If you are unable to obtain suitable advice,
contact Psion Teklogix for assistance (see Appendix A: Support Services And Worldwide Offices). Note also that for better protection,
the equipment should be mounted inside the vehicle roll cage.
Pedestal mounts are recommended for all fixed mount locations because they offer
optimal operator access. In addition, for safety reasons, only pedestal mounts with
fully locking joints should be used in vehicles. Always adjust the pedestal for the
optimum viewing angle, and securely tighten the hex and wing screws.
The most effective way to mount the picker cradle is to use the four #8-32 threaded
inserts on the rear of the unit. Bolts must not extend more than 10mm (3/8") into
the cradle.
To accommodate the service loop of the connector cable, leave a 4" clearance at the
bottom of the cradle. Leave a 7" (minimum) clearance at the top of the cradle to
allow easy removal of the hand-held. Also remember to leave at least a 3" clearance
at the sides of the cradle to allow activation of the release knobs. Refer to the
detailed assembly instructions that are packaged with the cradle when selecting a
mounting location.
7.11.1.1 Mounting Template
The picker cradle is shipped with detailed mounting instructions including a
drill template.
7.11.2 Wiring Guidelines
Before installing the cables between the cradle and other devices, consider
the following:
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Ensure that drilling holes will not damage the vehicle or its wiring.
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Protect cable runs from pinching, overheating and physical damage.
Use grommets to protect cables that pass through metal.
Use plastic straps and tie-downs to secure cables and connectors in their desired
location, away from areas where they may get snagged or pulled.
Keep cables away from heat sources, grease, battery acid and other
potential hazards.
Keep cables away from control pedals and other moving parts that may damage the
cables or interfere with the operation of the vehicle.
7.11.3 Using The Picker Cradle
If your 7535/7530 is equipped with a shoulder strap or cover, these accessories need
to be removed before installing the unit in a picker cradle. There is no need to
remove handstraps, pistol grips or tethered devices from the unit.
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Slide the 7535/7530 into the cradle, and press firmly downward until it locks into
place. On a vehicle, it’s a good idea to pull up on the 7535/7530 to be certain that it
is secure.
To remove the 7535/7530, press firmly on one of the knobs on either side of the
cradle until it releases. You do not need to press both knobs.
7.11.4 Maintaining The Picker Cradle
Two latches in the cradle hold the 7535/7530 firmly in place. Although these latches
are designed for at least 80,000 cycles, they will wear over time and will no longer
lock the 7535/7530 securely in the cradle. For replacement parts and instructions
contact Psion Teklogix (see Appendix A: Support Services And Worldwide
Offices). Partial disassembly is required.
7.11.5 Powered Cradle Installation In High Voltage Vehicles
Warning:
Voltages exceeding 60VDC are considered hazardous. For powered
cradle installations on vehicles with batteries above this voltage,
ensure the powered cradle power connector is mounted in a dry
location on the vehicle, or that the connector is insulated with an
appropriate waterproof material after installation. The connector
must also be installed out of the vehicle operator’s reach. Exposing
an accessible power connector to water or other liquids could create
a hazardous situation resulting in serious injury or death.
Installation of powered cradles in vehicles that operate above 60VDC require
special consideration.
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Due to the hazardous voltages present on these vehicles, it is necessary to ensure
that the powered cradle power supply cable connector is not accessible to the
vehicle operator, and does not get exposed to water or other liquids. This can be
accomplished in one of the following ways:
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Ensure the power connector is installed in a dry location on the vehicle, away from
the vehicle operator’s reach (perhaps under a vehicle dash or in a sealed housing).
Cover the power connector with a waterproof heat shrink material.
Wrap the connector securely with a waterproof electrical tape in an area out of the
vehicle operators reach.
All other installation requirements outlined in this document should also be
followed for High Voltage vehicles to insure safe installation and operation of the
powered cradle.
7.11.6 Powered Cradle Installation
The powered cradle option is designed to allow the 7535/7530 to be powered by a
vehicle battery. The battery installed in the 7535/7530 is also recharged by the
vehicle battery. This option accepts DC power sources over the range 12V to 80V.
The 7535/7530 picker cradle can be ordered with the powered cradle option
installed, or it can be retrofitted later at an authorized Psion Teklogix service depot.
Service offices are listed in Appendix A: Support Services And Worldwide Offices.
The 7535/7530 charging LED (see “Charge LED” on page 48) indicates that
external power is available, and it also indicates the charging status of the internal
battery.
Warning:
Applying a voltage above 90VDC or reversing polarity may result
in permanent damage to the cradle power option and will void the
product warranty.
Warning:
TO AVOID ELECTRIC SHOCK when the powered cradle option
is installed, always ensure that the rear panel ground lug on the
picker cradle is connected to the vehicle chassis. Failure to do this
could result in serious injury or death.
The metal chassis of the picker cradle must be connected directly to the chassis of
the vehicle. A safety ground lug (clearly labelled on the rear of the cradle chassis) is
provided for this purpose. The grounding strap must connect from the ground stud
on the picker cradle to a solid, reliable contact point on the main portion of the
vehicle chassis. It must not be connected to battery negative or a terminal block.
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This grounding strap ensures that if there is a fault in the vehicle wiring or in the
picker cradle power module, the picker cradle cannot be at a hazardous voltage with
respect to the vehicle chassis.
Connection between the picker cradle ground lug and the vehicle chassis should be
done with a 16 gauge ground strap (ground wire). Connect the ground strap to the
picker cradle utilizing the ground lug hardware supplied with the picker cradle and a
#10 heavy duty wire crimp ring terminal. Torque the ground lug hardware to 23.0
+/- 2.0 in-lbs. Connect the other end of the ground strap to a solid, reliable point on
the main portion of the vehicle chassis, ensuring a solid electrical connection.
As with other vehicle cables, the routing of the ground strap should be carefully
considered to ensure it does not pose a hazard to the operator or the safe operation of
the vehicle. If necessary, secure the ground strap with cable ties or some other
mechanical means to prevent loops or loose lengths of wire that could catch on
stationary items when the vehicle is in motion.
7.11.6.1 Wiring Vehicle Power To The Cradle
A 1.8 meter (6 foot) extension power cable (PN 13985) is supplied with your power
cradle. This cable should be wired to a filtered, fused (maximum 10A) accessory
supply on the vehicle. The power cradle draws no more than 8A (less if the
accessory supply is greater than 12V). Any additional wiring, connectors or
disconnects used should be rated for at least 10A.
The red lead of the power cable attaches to the positive vehicle supply. The black
lead connects to the negative supply – this should be connected to a proper terminal
block and not to the vehicle body. The power cradle is fully isolated and can be used
with both negative and positive chassis vehicles.
You may have the option of connecting power before or after the ‘key’ switch. It is
preferable to wire the power cradle after the key switch – that is, it cannot be turned
on without the key on. However, if the operator switches the key off repeatedly for
long periods during a shift, it may make more sense to wire the cradle before the
switch.
Keep in mind that the 7535/7530 will continue to operate with or without vehicle
power as long as its battery has sufficient charge.
If an unfused power source must be used, a fuse assembly (PN 19440) must be
added to the extension power cable (the fuse and instructions are supplied with the
cable). Use only a 10A slow blow UL approved fuse in the fuse assembly.
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7.11.7 The Port Replicator
The port replicator is an optional accessory that allows tethered devices (e.g.,
scanners) as well as mounted peripherals (e.g., bar code printers or weigh scales) to
be attached to the picker cradle. The replicator can be used with or without the
cradle power option.
The functionality of the 7535/7530 tether port is duplicated on the port replicator. In
addition to the tether port, the replicator is equipped with a standard 9 pin RS232D
serial interface. This interface is typically used for fixed peripherals such as printers.
Your serial device likely includes a suitable cable connector for this port.
Note:
The 7535/7530 picker cradle can be ordered with the port replicator
option installed, or it can be retrofitted later by an authorized Psion Teklogix service depot. Service offices are listed in Appendix A: Support Services And Worldwide Offices.
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SPECIFICATIONS
8.1
8.2
8.3
8.4
8.5
8.6
8.7
8.8
8.9
7535 Hand-Held Computer Specifications . . . . . . . . . .
7530 Hand-Held Computer Specifications . . . . . . . . . .
Radio Specifications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Internal Scanner Port . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Bar Code Applications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
RFID Applications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Internal Scanners . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
External Scanners . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Internal Scanner Specifications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
8.9.1 SE 1200 High Performance & Long Range Specs . . .
8.9.2 SE 1200 Advanced Long Range & SE 2223PDF Specs
8.9.2.1 Decode Zones . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
8.9.3 SE 1224HP, SE 1200WA & SE 923HS. . . . . . . . .
8.9.3.1 Decode Zones . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
8.9.4 SE 1524ER – Extended Range Scanner . . . . . . . .
8.9.4.1 Decode Zones . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
8.9.5 Intermec E1022 Linear 1D Imager Scanner . . . . . .
8.9.5.1 Depth Of Field – E1022 . . . . . . . . . . . .
8.9.6 Symagery SX5303 Imager . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
8.9.6.1 Depth Of Field – SX5303 . . . . . . . . . . .
8.10 External Scanner Specifications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
8.10.1 PowerScan™ LR and XLR Industrial Scanner Specs.
8.10.2 PowerScan™ Standard Range Scanner Specs . . . .
8.11 RD7950 Integrated UHF RFID Reader (7535 Only) . . . .
8.12 7535 1900 mAh Lithium-Ion Battery Pack . . . . . . . . .
8.13 7530 1900 mAh Lithium-Ion Battery Pack . . . . . . . . .
8.14 7530 2400 mAh Lithium-Ion Battery Pack . . . . . . . . .
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Note:
Performance specifications are nominal and subject to change
without notice.
8.1 7535 Hand-Held Computer Specifications
Size
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4" (102mm) width x 2.5" (62.5mm) depth x 9.6" (244mm) length
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Keypad area: 3" (75.5mm) width x 1.4" (36mm) depth
Weight
With battery
21.7 oz (700g)
With pistol grip
add 4.3 oz (125g)
Operating System
Microsoft® Windows® CE .NET Version 4.2
Processor And Memory
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400 MHz XScale PXA255 Processor
RAM: 64MB SDRAM (Future option 128MB)
Flash ROM: 32MB FLASH
Power
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7.2V @ 1800mAh Li-ion rechargeable battery.
Intelligent fast charge.
10 hour battery operation (5 scans, transmit & receive/min).
Built-in gas gauge & performance monitor.
Quick swap battery packs.
Built-in fast charger (1.75 hour typical recharge).
Self-guiding & latching battery pack design.
System backup (15 minutes) during battery swap.
1 week real-time clock backup.
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Communication
Ports
Environmental
Guaranteed Operating
Temperature Range
Storage Temperature
Rain And Dust Resistance
Humidity
Drop Durability
Approvals
Safety
EMC
Laser
Tether port (optional) with:
- one RS232 serial port (decoded scanner,
printer)
undecoded scanner port
USB host port, power out
- Docking station port with:
one RS232 serial port including diagnostics
USB device port, USB host port, power in/out
32°F to 122°F (0°C to +50°C)
Short exposure to temperatures outside this range
may cause the 7535 monochrome screen to
become very dark or light temporarily.
Long exposure to temperatures below -40°C
(-40°F) may damage the screen. Prolonged
exposure to temperatures above +60°C
(+140°F) will damage the main battery and
temperatures above +70°C (+158°F) may
damage the unit.
-13°F to 140°F (-25°C to +60°C)
IEC 529, classification IP54.
5% - 95% RH non-condensing
Multiple 5 ft. (1.5m) drops to polished
concrete.
Cradle shock: 30g in each axis.
Cradle vibration: 1.5g RMS PSD (4Hz-500Hz).
UL 1950, CSA C22.2 No950, LVD EN60950
FCC Part 15 Class B, EMC Directive Class B
IEC 60825-1:1993+A1:1997+A2:2001 Class 2
CDRH 21 CFR 1040 Class II
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8.2 7530 Hand-Held Computer Specifications
Size
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3.94" (100mm) width x 3.35" (85mm) depth x 10.6" (270mm) length
3.03" (77mm) width x 1.70" (43mm) depth at grip area
Weight
With std. battery, std. radio
& std. internal scanner
With pistol grip
34 oz (950g)
add 4.3 oz (125g)
Operating System
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Microsoft® Windows® CE .NET Version 4.2
Processor And Memory
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400 MHz XScale PXA255 Processor
32KB instruction/32KB data cache
On-board RAM: 128MB SDRAM
On-board RAM: 64MB FLASH
Power
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11.1V Lithium-Ion Standard Battery (reduced in freezer applications)
Optional extra life battery – up to 17hrs. (reduced in freezer applications)
Quick swap packs
Advanced Smart Battery with gas gauge
Runs off battery, wall adaptor or cigarette lighter
Built-in fast charger (2 hrs)
System backup during battery swap (15 min.)
1 week real-time clock backup
External Ports
Tether port with:
- one RS232 serial port (decoded scanner, printer)
- undecoded scanner port
- USB host port, power out
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Docking station port with:
- one RS232 serial port including diagnostics
- USB device port
- USB host port
- Power in/out
Internal Expansion Slots
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One SDIO (MultiMediaCard) slot
One Type II Comp[act Flash slot
One Type III Extended PC Card slot
Environmental
Standard Operating Temperature Range:
- -10°C to +60°C (14°F to 140°F)
Freezer Operating Temperature Range:
- -30°C to +60°C (-22°F to 140°F)
Storage Temperature:
- -40°C to +60°C (-40°F to 140°F)
Humidity:
- 5-95% H non-condensing
Humidity – in freezer temperatures:
- 5-96% H non-condensing
Rain And Dust Resistance
- IEC 529, classification IP67.
Drop Durability:
- 6 drops from 6.5' (2m) and 26 drops from 5' (1.5m). Total 32 drops to
concrete
- Cradle shock: 30g in each axis.
- Cradle vibration: 1.5g RMS PSD (4Hz-500Hz).
Freezer Option:
- Heated scan window to reduce fogging
- Internal heat control to optimize low temperature performance and
battery life
- Triple Cell Lithium-Ion batteries for extended freezer operation
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Radio Specifications
Approvals
Safety
EMC
Laser
UL 1950, CSA C22.2 No950, LVD EN60950
FCC Part 15 Class B, EMC Directive Class B
IEC 60825-1 2001 Class 2 (EN60825-1)
*Note this product will carry the CE Mark.
8.3 Radio Specifications
802.11b Direct Sequence Spread Spectrum
Transmit Power
Frequency Range
Channels
Data Rates
100mW max for USA
50mW max for EU countries
2.400-2.474 for USA, Canada
2.400-2.484GHz for EU
1 to 11 for USA, Canada
1-13 for EU countries
1,2,5.5 and 11Mbps
RA1001 - Narrow Band Radio (7530 Only)
Psion Teklogix Proprietary Narrowband Modulation (2/4 level FSK)
Type III PC Card Form Factor
Transmit Power
1W or 0.5W
Frequency Range
403-422 MHz, 419-435 MHz, 435-451 MHz,
450-470 MHz, 464-480 MHz, 480-496 MHz,
496-512 MHz
Rx Sensitivity
< -110 dBm @ 19.2 kbps (4 level FSK)
Data Rates
4800 bps, 9600 bps, 19.2 kbps
Bluetooth Radio
SDI/O form factor
Transmit Power
Frequency Range
RX Sensitivity
Data Rate
0dBm max, -9dBm min
2.400-2.4835
-72dBm typ, -75dBm max
784Kbps
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Internal Scanner Port
8.4 Internal Scanner Port
Compatibility
Symbol:
SE 1200HP 1D non-decoded, standard range
SE 1200LR 1D non-decoded, long range
SE 1200ALR 1D non-decoded, advanced
long range
SE 1200 WA non-decoded wide angle
SE 2223 PDF decoded raster
SE1224 1D decoded with fuzzy logic processing
SE 923 1D short range decoded with RFID
SE 1524 ER decoded with fuzzy logic processing, extended range
Intermec:
E1022 decoded Linear 1D imager scanner
Symagery:
SX5303 2D imager
8.5 Bar Code Applications
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Internal 1D and 2D scan engines: standard, wide angle, long and extra-long
range and fuzzy
Extended range logic internal scan engine
Supports decoded and undecoded tethered scanners
Internal 1.3 mg pixel CMOS image capture scan engine
8.6 RFID Applications
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Internal combo laser scanner/RFID engine
- Multi-protocol @ HF
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Tethered UHF reader/writer
- Multi-protocol support
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RD7950 Integrated UHF RFID Reader (7535 Only)
- Psion Teklogix RFID File System
- Multi-protocol support
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Internal Scanners
8.7 Internal Scanners
Base Options
High performance, long range, advanced
long range, wide angle, imager scanner and
2-D raster laser scanner.
If an aiming dot is available on the installed
scanner, the aiming dot will be enabled for
a configurable time period after which
normal scanning begins. Double-clicking
trigger will override aiming delay and initiate immediate scan.
Scan Triggering
8.8 External Scanners
Supported Types
Decoded and Non-Decoded 5V only.
Interface
Via tether port.
8.9 Internal Scanner Specifications
This section lists specifications for the following internal scanners:
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SE 1200 High Performance and Long Range
SE 1200 Advanced Long Range and SE 2223PDF
SE 1224 High Performance, SE 1200 Wide Angle and SE 923 High Speed
SE 1524 Extended Range
E1022 Decoded 1D Linear Imager Scanner
SX5303 2D Imager Scanner
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SE 1200 High Performance & Long Range Specs
8.9.1 SE 1200 High Performance & Long Range Specs
Parameter
Light Source
SE 1200HP
SE 1200LR
Visible Laser Diode 650 nm
35 (± 5) scans/sec (bidirectional)
42º± 2º
Linear
Minimum 20% absolute
dark/light reflectance measured
at 650 nm
UPC/EAN, Code 128, Code
39, Code 93, 1 2 of 5, Discrete
2 of 5, Codabar, MSI
UCC/EAN 128, TriOptic Code
39.
Visible Laser Diode 650 nm
35 (± 5) scans/sec (bidirecScan Rate
tional)
Scan Angle
23º± 2º
Scan Patterns
Linear
Minimum 40% absolute
Minimum Print Condark/light reflectance measured
trast
at 650 nm
UPC/EAN, Code 128, Code
39, Code 93, 1 2 of 5, Discrete
2 of 5, Codabar, MSI
Symbologies
UCC/EAN 128, TriOptic Code
39.
Laser On Time, Aim Duration,
Laser On Time, Aim Duration,
Power Mode, Trigger Mode,
Power Mode, Trigger Mode,
Bidirectional Redundancy,
Bi-directional Redundancy,
Programmable
Symbology types/lengths, Data
Symbology types/lengths, Data
Parameters
formatting, Serial Parameters,
formatting, Serial Parameters,
Beeper Tone, Scan Angle,
Beeper Tone
Pattern Controls
Artificial: 450 ft. candles (4844 Artificial: 450 ft. candles (4844
Lux)
Lux)
Ambient Light:
Sunlight: 8000 ft. candles
Sunlight: 10000 ft. candles
(86,112 Lux)
(107,640 Lux)
-22º to 131ºF (-30º to 55ºC)
-22º to 131ºF (-30º to 55ºC)
Operating Temperature:
chassis temperature
chassis temperature
Storage Temperature:
-40° to 140°F (-40° to 60°C)
-40° to 140°F (-40° to 60°C)
Humidity:
5% to 95% noncondensing
5% to 95% noncondensing
Power:
5.5 VDC ± 10%
3.0-5.0 VDC ± 10%
Input Voltage:
72 mA typical
65 mA typical
Input Current:
50 µA max.
50 µA max.
Standby Current:
Shock
2000 G
2000 G
Output Power (peak)
0.83mW
1.33mW
Table 8.1 SE 1200HP & SE 1200LR Specifications
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SE 1200 Advanced Long Range & SE 2223PDF Specs
8.9.2 SE 1200 Advanced Long Range & SE 2223PDF Specs
Parameter
Light Source
Scan Rate
Scan Angle
Scan Patterns
SE 1200ALR
Visible Laser Diode 650 nm
35 (± 5) scans/sec (bi-directional)
13º± 2º
Linear
Minimum 40% absolute
Minimum Print Contrast dark/light reflectance measured
at 650 nm
Symbologies
UPC/EAN, Code 128,
UCC/EAN 128, RSS, Code 39,
Code 93, I 2 of 5, Discrete 2 of
5, Codabar, MSI.
Programmable
Parameters
Laser On Time, Aim Duration,
Power Mode, Trigger Mode,
Bi-directional Redundancy,
Symbology types/lengths, Data
formatting, Serial Parameters,
Beeper Tone
Artificial: 450 ft. candles (4844
Lux)
Ambient Light:
Sunlight: 4000 ft. candles
(43,056 Lux)
-22º to 131ºF (-30º to 55ºC)
Operating Temperature:
chassis temperature
Storage Temperature:
-40° to 140°F (-40° to 60°C)
Humidity:
5% to 95% noncondensing
Power:
5.0 VDC ± 10%
Input Voltage:
72 mA typical
Input Current:
50 µA max.
Standby Current:
SE 2223 PDF
Visible Laser Diode 650 nm
590 scan/sec. 22 frames/sec.
Horizontal: 34º, Vertical: 12.5º
Linear and Smart Raster
Minimum 40% absolute
dark/light reflectance measured
at 650 nm
35% absolute dark/light reflectance differential (PDF)
25% absolute dark/light reflectance differential (1-D)
PDF417, Micro PDF,
UPC/EAN, Code 39, Interleaved 2 of 5, Code 128, Codabar, MSI Plessey, RSS and
Composite codes
Laser On Time, Aim Duration,
Power Mode, Trigger Mode,
Bidirectional Redundancy,
Symbology types/lengths, Data
formatting, Serial Parameters,
Beeper Tone, Scan Angle,
Pattern Controls
Artificial: 450 ft. candles (4844
Lux)
Sunlight: 8000 ft. candles
(86112 Lux)
-22º to 140ºF/-30º to 60ºC @
100% duty cycle
-40° to 158°F (-40° to 70°C)
5% to 95% noncondensing
± 5.5 VDC ± 10%
230 mA typical
6.5 mA max.
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Parameter
Shock
Output Power (peak)
SE 1200ALR
SE 2223 PDF
2000 G
1.35mW
2000 G
0.86mW
Table 8.2 SE 1200ALR & SE 2223 PDF Scanner Specifications
8.9.2.1
Decode Zones
Bar Code
Read Distance
High
Performance
Min
Max
5 mil
7.5 mil
10 mil
15 mil
20 mil
40 mil
3.0"
3.0"
2.5"
2.5"
2.5"
3.0"
4.5"
8.5"
12.5"
18.5"
20.5"
29.5"
Advanced
Long Range
Min
Max
Long Range
Min
Max
13.0"
8.5"
9.5"
9.5"
17.5"
33.5" 20.0" 50.0"
38.5" 30.0" 60.0"
79.5" 30.0" 98.0"
115.0
55 mil 3.5" 35.5" 9.5" 89.5" 27.0"
"
Table 8.3 Decode Zones – HP, LR And ALR
Bar Code
Raster Laser Scanner
Read Distance
PDF Bar Codes
6.5 mil
10 mil
15 mil
S2223
Min
Max
2.5"
2.5"
2.5"
6.5"
9.5"
15.5"
Table 8.4 Decode Zones – PDF Scanner
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SE 1224HP, SE 1200WA & SE 923HS
8.9.3 SE 1224HP, SE 1200WA & SE 923HS
Parameter
SE 1224HP
Visible Laser Diode
650 nm
35 (± 5) scans/sec
Scan Rate
(bi-directional)
42º (typical), 30º
Scan Angle
(narrow)
Scan Patterns Linear
Minimum 25% absoMinimum Print lute dark/light reflectance measured at 650
Contrast
nm
UPC/EAN, Code 128,
UCC/EAN 128, RSS,
Symbologies Code 39, Code 93, I 2
of 5, Discrete 2 of 5,
Codabar, MSI.
Laser On Time, Aim
Duration, Power
Mode, Trigger Mode,
Bi-directional RedunProgrammable dancy,
Symbology
Parameters
types/lengths, Data
formatting, Serial
Parameters, Beeper
Tone
Artificial: 450 ft.
candles (4844 Lux)
Ambient Light:
Sunlight: 8000 ft.
candles (86112 Lux)
-22º to 140ºF (-30º to
Operating
60ºC) chassis temperaTemperature:
ture
Storage
-40° to 158°F (-40° to
Temperature: 70°C)
Light Source
SE 1200WA
SE 923
Visible Laser Diode
650 nm
35 (± 5) scans/sec
(bi-directional)
Visible Laser Diode
650 nm
39 (± 3) scans/sec
(bi-directional)
53º± 2º
53º (typical)
Linear
Linear
Minimum 20% absolute Minimum 25% absolute
dark/light reflectance
dark/light reflectance
measured at 650 nm
measured at 650 nm
UPC/EAN, Code 128,
Code 39, Code 93, I 2 of
5, Discrete 2 of 5,
Codabar, MSI Plessey
Laser On Time, Aim
Duration, Power Mode,
Trigger Mode, Bi-directional Redundancy,
Symbology
types/lengths, Data formatting, Serial Parameters, Beeper Tone Scan
Angle
Artificial: 450 ft.
candles (4844 Lux)
Sunlight: 10000 ft.
candles (107,640 Lux)
-4º to 131ºF (-20º to
32º to 104ºF (0º to 40ºC)
55ºC) chassis temperachassis temperature
ture
-40° to 140°F (-40° to
-40° to 140°F (-40° to
60°C)
60°C)
Artificial: 450 ft. candles
(4844 Lux)
Sunlight: 8000 ft.
candles (86112 Lux)
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Parameter
SE 1224HP
Humidity:
Power:
Input Voltage:
Input Current:
Standby Current:
Shock
Output Power
(peak)
SE 1200WA
SE 923
5% to 95%
noncondensing
5% to 95%
noncondensing
5% to 95%
noncondensing
5.0 VDC
140 mA typical
60 µA max.
3.0-5.5 VDC ± 10%
65 mA typical
50 µA max.
2000 G
2000 G
2000 G
1.35mW
0.48mW
0.94mW
3.0-5.5 VDC ± 10%
65 mA typical
8 µA max
Table 8.5 SE 1224HP, SE 1200WA & SE 923 Scanner Specifications
8.9.3.1
Decode Zones
Figure 8.1 SE 1224HP Decode Zone
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Figure 8.2 SE 1200WA Decode Zone
Figure 8.3 SE 923HS Decode Zone
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SE 1524ER – Extended Range Scanner
8.9.4 SE 1524ER – Extended Range Scanner
Parameter
Light Source
Scan Rate
Scan Angle
Scan Patterns
Minimum Print Contrast
Symbologies
Programmable
Parameters
Interfaces
Ambient Light:
Operating Temperature:
Storage Temperature:
Humidity:
Power:
Shock
SE 1524ER
Visible Laser Diode 650 nm
35 (±5) scans/sec (bi-directional)
13.5° ±0.7°
Linear
Minimum 25% absolute dark/light reflectance measured at 650 nm
UPC/EAN, Code 128, UCC.EAN128, RSS, Code
39, Code 93,I 2 of 5, Discrete 2 of 5, Codabar, MSI
Laser On Time, Aim Duration, Power Mode, Trigger
Mode, Bi-directional Redundancy, Symbology
types/lengths, Data formatting, Serial Parameters,
Beeper Tone, Scan Angle
12 position ZIF connector. Symbol Standard SSI
Interface with logic level serial data communications
plus trigger, beeper, and decode LED signals
Artificial: 450 ft. candles (4,844 Lux)
Sunlight: 4,000 ft. candles (86,112 Lux)
-22° to 140°F (-30° to 60°C) chassis temperature
-40° to 158°F (-40° to 70°C)
5% to 95% noncondensing
Input Voltage: 3.3 VDC ±10%
Scanning Current: 210 mA typical/240 mA max.
Motor on Current: 150 mA typical / 170 mA max.
Standby Current: 60 uA.
2000 G
Table 8.6 SE 1524ER Scanner Specifications
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8.9.4.1
Decode Zones
Figure 8.4 1524ER Decode Zone A
Figure 8.5 1524ER Decode Zone B
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Intermec E1022 Linear 1D Imager Scanner
8.9.5 Intermec E1022 Linear 1D Imager Scanner
Parameter
E1022
Optics
Sensor
Scan Rate
Scan Angle
Skew and Pitch
Min. x Dimension
Depth of Field
Bar Code Width
Print Contrast
Symbologies
Programmable
Parameters
Interfaces
Ambient Light
Operating Temperature
Storage Temperature
Humidity
Power
Shock
645 nm visible red top LED
Bright and sharp scanning line
CCD linear image sensor
270 scans/s auto-adaptive
48°
+/-35°
Down to 0.05 mm (2mil)
0 to 49.2 cm (19.4'')
up to 18 cm (7'') on 0.3
Down to 20%
UPC (E&A), EAN, Code 39, Code 128, UCC EAN
128, ISBN, Interleaved, Matrix, Industrial and Standard 2 of 5, Codabar, Code 93, MSI, Plessey,
Telepen. Others including ISBT on request.
Laser On Time, Aim Duration, Power Mode, Trigger
Mode, Bi-directional Redundancy, Symbology
types/lengths, Data formatting, Serial Parameters,
Beeper Tone, Scan Angle
Decoded: RS232 TTL
Works in any lighting
conditions, from 0 to 100 000 lux
0 to 50°C (32 to 122°F)
-25 to 70°C (-11 to 160°F)
5% to 95% (non-condensing)
Voltage: +5VDC +-5%
Current: 140 mA typical
Standby current: 40µA
Withstands multiple 1m (3') drops on concrete
Figure 8.7 E1022 Decoded 1D Imager Scanner
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Depth Of Field – E1022
8.9.5.1
Depth Of Field – E1022
Bar Code Width
Max. Distance on
Code 39*
inch
cm
inch
6.4
23.0 9.0
9.0
26.4 10.4
14.1
10.3 36.0
7
13.6 49.2 19.4
19.4 49.2 19.4
Max. Distance
mm
0.1
0.2
mil
4
8
cm
16.2
23.0
0.3
12
26.2
0.5
1
20
40
34.5
49.2
Figure 8.8 E1022 Depth Of Field
8.9.6 Symagery SX5303 Imager
Parameter
SE SX5303
Optics
Field of View at 6 inches
Pitch Angle
Skew Angle
Ambient Light
Minimum Contrast
Targeting
1.3 megapixel (1280 x 1024)
10.3 in. x 8.2 in.
±45°
±45°
Total darkness to 100,000 lux (full sunlight)
10%
Center locating 623 nm LED
Linear: Code 39; Code 39 Full ASCII; UPC-A,
-A2, -A5; UPC-E, -E2, -E5; EAN-8 -13; JAN; I2of5;
Code 128; Codabar/NW7; RSS 14, RSS Limited,
RSS Expanded, RSS 14 Truncated
PDF417 plus: (as above) + PDF417, microPDF417;
Decode Software Suites and
Composite, CC-A, CC-B, CC-C; image capture
Symbologies Supported
and signature capture
Matrix plus: (as above) + Data Matrix; QR Code;
Maxicode; Aztec Code; Planet; Postnet;
Royal Mail 4SCC; 4 State postal codes from
Australia, Canada, Japan; Korean Post 3of5
2.5 - 5.5 V DC, compatible with direct powering
Power Supply Requirements
from a lithium cell
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Depth Of Field – SX5303
Parameter
SE SX5303
Operating Temperature
Relative humidity
Storage temperature
Shock
-20° to 50 C (-4 to 122°F)
5% to 95% (non-condensing)
-30 to 60°C (-22° to 140°F)
15 drops, 5 ft to concrete at room temperature when
integrated correctly into end-user packaging
Figure 8.9 SX5303 Imager Specifications
8.9.6.1
Depth Of Field – SX5303
Sample Symbologies
Data Matrix 15 mil)
Data Matrix 12 mil
PDF417 15 mil
PDF417 10 mil
PDF417 7.5 mil
PDF417 5 mil
Code 39 15 mil
Code 39 10 mil
UPC 13 mil
Standard Lens Performance
Focal Length - DOF
7.2 in. (18.1cm) DoF
5.4 in. (13.7cm) DoF
11.4 in. (28.9cm) DoF
8.9 in. (22.6cm) DoF
4.2 in. (10.7cm) DoF
3.0 in. (7.6cm) DoF
10.7 in. (27.2cm) DoF
8.6 in. (21.8cm) DoF
9.2 in. (23.5cm) DoF
Figure 8.10 SX5303 Depth Of Field
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External Scanner Specifications
8.10 External Scanner Specifications
8.10.1 PowerScan™ LR and XLR Industrial Scanner Specs
Communication
Undecoded
Standard and Intermec-compatible.
Mechanical
Dimensions
Weight
Cable lengths
6.9 x 11.2 x 18.3 cm (2.7 x 4.4 x 7.2 in)
Scanner - 280 g (9.9 ozs)
Cable (82.3 cm 32 in) - 176 g (6.2 ozs)
Collapsed: 81 cm (32 in)
Max working: 183 cm (72 in)
Electrical
Operating voltage
Operating current - nominal
Idling current - low power mode
4 VDC to 14 VDC
Undecoded: 75 mA @ 5 VDC
Decoded: 100 mA @ 5 VDC
< 50 µA @ 5 VDC
Optical
Light source
Scan System
Rate
Depth of field - Long Range
Extra bright 650 nm Visible Laser Diode
(VLD)
Frictionless lifetime flexure mechanism
35 scans/sec nominal
Paper Labels (decoded)
7.5 mil 6 to 10 in (15 to 25 cm)
10 mil 5 to 20 in (13 to 51 cm)
15 mil 5 to 32 in (13 to 81 cm)
20 mil 5 to 48 in (15 to 122 cm)
40 mil 8 to 85 in (20 to 216 cm)
55 mil 15 to 108 in (38 to 274 cm)
Reflective Labels (decoded)
40 mil 22 to 100 in (56 to 254 cm)
55 mil 30 to 104 in (76 to 366 cm)
70 mil 40 to 180 in (102 to 457 cm)
100 mil 45 to 264 in (114 to 671 cm)
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Depth of Field-Extra Long
Range
Paper Labels (decoded)
15 mil 28 to 60 in (71 to 152 cm)
20 mil 28 to 72 in (71 to 182 cm)
40 mil 28 to 144 in (71 to 144 cm)
55 mil 40 to 180 in (102 to 457)
Reflective Labels (decoded)
40 mil 40 to 180 in (102 to 457 cm)
70 mil 80 to 300 in (2032 to 762 cm)
100 mil 80 to 432 in (203 to 1097 cm)
Print Contrast Ratio
Pitch
Skew
Ambient Light Immunity
Environmental
Temperature Rating
Humidity
Shock (at 23° C)
Vibration
Water and Dust
Decoding Capabilities
Auto-discriminates between:
Safety/Regulatory
Electrical
Emissions
Laser Classification
25% minimum
± 65°
± 55°
Artificial light: 1200 ft. candles.
Sunlight: 8000 ft. candles.
Operating: -22° to 122° F (-30° to 50° C)
Storage: -40° to 158° F (-40° to 70° C)
5 to 95% NC
Withstands multiple 6 foot drops to concrete.
Meets MIL-STD-810E
IEC529 rating IP54DW
UPC A, E/EAN8, 13/JAN8, 13
(P2/P5, Code 128 EAN add-ons)
Code 128, MSI/Plessey, Code 39, Interleaved 2 of 5, Code 39 Full Ascii,
Standard 2 of 5, Code 93, Codabar,
Complies to: Gost R; TUV; UL; cUL
Complies to: FCC-A;EN55022-B
BCIQCNS13438; AS/NZS3548; VCCI-B
IEC 60825-1: 1993+A1: 1997+A2:2001
CDRH 21 CFR 1040 Class II
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PowerScan™ Standard Range Scanner Specs
8.10.2 PowerScan™ Standard Range Scanner Specs
Communication
Undecoded
Standard and Intermec-compatible.
Mechanical
Dimensions
Weight
6.9 x 11.2 x 18.3 cm (2.7 x 4.4 x 7.2 in)
Scanner - 280 g (9.9 ozs)
Cable (82.3 cm 32 in) - 176 g (6.2 ozs)
Collapsed: 81 cm (32 in)
Max working: 183 cm (72 in)
Cable lengths
Optical
Light source
Scan System
Rate
Depth of field - Standard
(paper)
Print Contrast Ratio
Pitch
Skew
Ambient Light Immunity
Electrical
Operating voltage
Operating current - nominal
Extra bright 650 nm Visible Laser Diode
(VLD)
Frictionless lifetime flexure mechanism
35 scans/sec nominal
Paper Labels (decoded)
7.5 mil 3.0 to 6 in (9 to 15 cm)
10 mil 1.5 to 15 in (4 to 38 cm)
15 mil 1.0 to 25 in (2.5 to 64 cm)
20 mil 1.0 to 35 in (2.5 to 89 cm)
55 mil 6.0 to 60 in (15 to 152 cm)
High Density (decoded)
3 mil
1.0 to 2 in
(2.5 to 5.1 cm)
4 mil
1.0 to 3 in
(2.5 to 8 cm)
5 mil
0.8 to 3.8 in (2 to 10 cm)
7.5 mil 0.6 to 4.5 in (1.5 to 11 cm)
10 mil 0.2 to 5.5 in (0.5 to 14 cm)
25% minimum
± 65°
± 55°
Artificial light: 1200 ft. candles.
Sunlight: 8000 ft. candles.
4 VDC to 14 VDC
Undecoded: 75 mA @ 5 VDC
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RD7950 Integrated UHF RFID Reader (7535 Only)
Idling current - low power mode
Environmental
Temperature Rating
Humidity
Shock (at 23° C)
Vibration
Water and Dust
Decoding Capabilities
Auto-discriminates between:
Safety/Regulatory
Electrical
Emissions
Laser Classification
Decoded: 100 mA @ 5 VDC
< 50 µA @ 5 VDC
Operating: -22° to 122° F (-30° to 50° C)
Storage: -40° to 158° F (-40° to 70° C)
5 to 95% NC
Withstands multiple 6 foot drops to concrete.
Meets MIL-STD-810E
IEC529 rating IP54DW
UPC A, E/EAN8, 13/JAN8, 13
(P2/P5, Code 128 EAN add-ons)
Code 128, MSI/Plessey, Code 39,
Interleaved 2 of 5, Code 39 Full Ascii,
Standard 2 of 5, Code 93, Codabar,
Complies to: Gost R; TUV; UL; cUL
Complies to: FCC-A;EN55022-B
BCIQCNS13438; AS/NZS3548;
VCCI-B
IEC 60825-1: 1993+A1: 1997+A2:2001
CDRH 21 CFR 1040 Class II
8.11 RD7950 Integrated UHF RFID Reader (7535 Only)
Technical Specifications
Frequency Range
Transmitter Power Output
Channel Spacing
902 to 928MHz
Channel Bandwidth
1Watt (30dBm)
500kHz
Class 0: 205kHz
Class 1: 300kHz
ISO 18000-6: 70kHz
Number of Hops
Data Rate
Input Voltage
Current Rating
50
57600
5V
1.5A
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Read Distance
Class 0, 2x2 tag
Class 0, l1020
Class 0+ 4x4
Class 1 9238 Squiggle
Class 1 9338
0 - 2.5 m (0 - 8 ft.)
0 - 3 m (0 - 10 ft.)
0 - 3.5 m (0 - 11 ft.)
0 - 2.5 m (0 - 8 ft.)
0 - 3.5 m (0 - 11 ft.)
Read distance is highly dependant upon tag configuration, material to which the
tag is applied, and the presence of metal and water around the tag. Metal and
water will decrease read ranges significantly.
Write Distance
Write distance for Class 0+ and Class 1 tags is approximately 50% of the read
distance referenced in the table above.
Weight
Less than 1400g
7535 is approximately 775g (27oz.) with pistol grip.
Integrated Reader is approximately 600g (21oz.).
Environmental
Operating temp:
Storage temp:
Humidity:
Rain/Dust:
Shock:
Cradle vibration:
0°C to +50°C (32°F to 122°F)
-25°C to +60°C (-13°F to 140°F)
5 - 95% RH, non-condensing
IEC 529, classification IP54
1.22 m (4 ft.) drop to polished concrete multiple times
1.5g RMS PSD (4 Hz - 500 Hz)
Approvals (for RD7950)
Industry Canada RSS-210
FCC Part 15
Safety: UL 1950, CSA C22.2 No950, LVD EN60950
EMC: FCC Part 15 Class B, EMC Directive Class B
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7535 1900 mAh Lithium-Ion Battery Pack
8.12 7535 1900 mAh Lithium-Ion Battery Pack
Technology
Operating Temperature
Charge Temperature
Storage Temperature
Charge Cycles
Charge Time
Voltage
Cell Configuration
Capacity
Supported Chargers
Lithium-Ion (Li-Ion)
-20°C to 60°C (-4°F to 140°F)
5°C to 39°C (41°F to 102°F)
-30°C to 60°C (-22°F to 140°C)
(Storage at elevated temperatures is not
recommended.)
Minimum of 300 charge cycles with no degradation below 70% of nominal capacity
Charge time is typically 1.5 hours.
7.4 V nominal (6V min. to 8.4V max.)
2 series connected cells
1800 mAh nominal at 300mA discharge
20°C to 6.0V (minimum)
6-Gang Charger
Combo Charger
Combo Docking Station
Quad Docking Station
8.13 7530 1900 mAh Lithium-Ion Battery Pack
Technology
Capacity
Charge Temperature
Discharge Temperature
Storage Temperature
Charge Cycles
Voltage
Cell Configuration
Cell Type
Max. Charge Voltage
Charge Time
Lithium-Ion (Li-Ion)
1900 mAh nominal at 300mA discharge
20°C to 8.5V (minimum)
1400 mAh nominal at 300mA discharge at
-20°C to 8.25V
5°C to 39°C (41°F to 102°F)
-30°C to 60°C (-22°F to 140°C)
-30°C to 60°C (-22°F to 140°C)
Storage at elevated temperatures not recommended
Minimum 300 cycles with no degradation
below 70% of nominal capacity
11.1V nominal (8.25V mn. to 12.6V max.)
1P3S (3 series connected cells)
Prismatic
12.6V +/- 0.09V
1.5 hr
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7530 2400 mAh Lithium-Ion Battery Pack
8.14 7530 2400 mAh Lithium-Ion Battery Pack
Technology
Capacity
Lithium-Ion (Li-Ion)
2400 mAh nominal at 300mA discharge
20°C to 8.5V (minimum)
2000 mAh nominal at 300mA discharge at
-20°C to 8.25V
Charge Temperature
Discharge Temperature
Storage Temperature
5°C to 39°C (41°F to 102°F)
-30°C to 60°C (-22°F to 140°C)
-30° C to 60° C (-22° F to 140° C)
Storage at elevated temperatures
not recommended
Minimum 300 cycles with no degradation
below 70% of nominal capacity
11.1V nominal (8.25V mn. to 12.6V max.)
1P3S (3 series connected cells)
Cylindrical
12.6V +/- 0.09V
2.5 hr
Charge Cycles
Voltage
Cell Configuration
Cell Type
Max. Charge Voltage
Fast Charge Time
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APPENDIX
A
SUPPORT SERVICES AND WORLDWIDE OFFICES
Psion Teklogix provides a complete range of product support services to its customers worldwide. These services include technical support and product repairs.
A.1 Technical Support
Technical Support for Mobile Computing Products is provided via e-mail through
the Psion Teklogix customer and partner extranets. To reach the website, go to
www.psionteklogix.com and click on the appropriate Teknet link on the home page.
Then click on the “Log-in” button or the “Register” button, depending on whether
you have previously registered for Teknet. Once you have logged in, search for the
“Support Request Form”.
A.2 Product Repairs
International
For technical support outside of Canada or the U.S.A., please contact your local
Psion Teklogix office listed on our worldwide website:
http://www.psionteklogix.com
Click on the heading labelled ‘Contacts’ to choose a Psion Teklogix technical
support representative closest to you.
Canada/U.S.A
Canadian and U.S. customers can receive access to repair services by calling the
toll-free number below, or via our secure website (see Technical Support, above).
Note:
Customers calling the toll-free number should have their Psion Teklogix
customer number or trouble ticket number available.
Voice:
1 800 387-8898 (press option ‘2’)
Fax:
1 905 812-6304
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A.3 Worldwide Offices
COMPANY HEADQUARTERS
AND CANADIAN SERVICE CENTRE
NORTH AMERICAN HEADQUARTERS
AND U.S. SERVICE CENTRE
Psion Teklogix Inc.
2100 Meadowvale Boulevard
Mississauga
Ontario
Canada L5N 7J9
Psion Teklogix Corp.
1810 Airport Exchange Boulevard
Suite 500
Erlanger, Kentucky
USA 41018
Tel:
Fax:
Tel:
Fax:
+1 905 813 9900
+1 905 812 6300
Email: salescdn@psion.com
Email: salesusa@psion.com
INTERNATIONAL SUBSIDIARIES (see also www.psionteklogix.com)
Psion Teklogix S.A.
La Duranne
135 Rue Rene Descartes
BP 421000
13591 Aix-En-Provence
Cedex 3; France
Tel:
Fax:
+33 4 42 90 88 09
+33 4 42 90 88 88
E-mail: tekeuro@psion.com
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APPENDIX
B
RD7950 INTEGRATED UHF RFID READER (7535 ONLY)
The RD7950 Integrated UHF RFID Reader is an EPC-compliant 900MHz RFID
reader available for the 7535 hand-held computer only. This RFID reader is compatible with EPC Class 0, 0+, and Class 1, as well as the ISO 18000-6 B protocol.
B.1 Installation
To install the RD7950 in the 7535 hand-held computer, first attach the pistol grip.
7535
Pistol Grip
RD7950
Plug
Long Screw
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Appendix B: RD7950 Integrated UHF RFID Reader (7535 Only)
Installation
Attaching The Pistol Grip
Note:
A Phillips head screwdriver is required. Do not use adhesives such
as Loctite to secure the screws. These chemicals may damage the
plastic casing.
The pistol grip is attached to the back of the 7535 hand-held computer using the four
threaded inserts in the upper part of the 7535 casing. Four black #4-40 Phillips head
screws are provided with this accessory.
Note:
B-2
Prior to installation, make certain the trigger mechanism is securely
snapped into the pistol grip body and that the trigger operates properly.
•
Position the pistol grip so that it fits snugly over the back of the unit and the
inserts on the back of the 7535 align with the holes in the pistol grip.
•
Using a Phillips screwdriver, securely fasten the pistol grip to the back of
the 7535. Tighten the screws to a torque of 3kgf-cm (3 lbs-in), or until
finger-tight, to secure the pistol grip in place.
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Installation
Attaching The RD7950
•
Push the plug through the pistol grip, with the hole in the plug towards
the front
•
Attach the RD7950 to the 7535, securing it to the unit with the
screws provided.
•
Thread the long screw through the pistol grip.
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Appendix B: RD7950 Integrated UHF RFID Reader (7535 Only)
Installation
•
Plug the RD7950 into the tether port.
The RD7950 is now securely fastened to the 7535 hand-held.
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Appendix B: RD7950 Integrated UHF RFID Reader (7535 Only)
Enabling The RD7950
B.2 Enabling The RD7950
In the 7535, when the trigger source is selected for RFID usage, pressing the trigger
causes a Scanning icon to appear on the hand-held screen. While this icon is displayed, the RD7950 is powered on and is actively probing for RFID tags.
When the trigger is released, the image disappears, and the RD7950 is powered down.
Note:
Refer to “RD7950 Integrated UHF RFID Reader (7535 Only)” on
page 369 for read and write specifications.
Warning: This portable RF transmitting device has been tested
and found to comply with FCC and IC RF exposure requirements with the maximum SAR of 0.xx Watts/Kg with body
tissue. The antenna used for this transmitter must not be colocated in conjunction with any other antenna or transmitter.
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C
PORT PINOUTS
C.1 Tether Port Pinout
The tether port connector incorporates multiplexed undecoded scanner, decoded
scanner, RS232 serial, and USB interfaces. In order for it to operate, a special wiring
scheme is needed. If you have a need to create cables for the tether port, contact a
Psion Teklogix representative and request document #1010032 “Instruction Tether
Port Termination”. Attempting to interface to the tether connector without following this document may cause damage to the 7535/7530 or the tethered device.
C.2 Docking Station Connector
2 4 6 8 10 12
1 3 5 7 9 11
1.
2.
3.
4.
Ext 5V Switched. Used by external peripherals. 5V, 1A max.
RX Data. Console receive pin.
TX Data. Console transmit pin
DC Power In. External power adapter plus input. 7535s operate at
13 -18V, and 7530s operate at 14.5-18V.
5. USB Host Minus. For connecting USB devices.
6. USB Host Plus. For connecting USB devices.
7. DC Power In. Same as pin 4.
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Appendix C: Port Pinouts
Battery Contacts
8. Docking Station Id. Identifies device attached to the docking station.
Resistor between this pin and ground.
9. Ground.
10. USB Device Minus. When terminal operated as a USB device.
11. USB Device Plus. When terminal operated as a USB device.
12. Ground
C.3 Battery Contacts
These contacts represent right to left numbering with the docking port pointing
toward you, and the battery contacts facing upward.
1. Battery Plus
2. SMBUS CLK
3. Battery ID. Identifies battery type (2 cell-100K resistor to Battery
Negative, 3-cell 10K resistor to battery Negative).
4. SMBUS Data.
5. Battery Negative.
C.4 7535 USB Cable – PN 1010099
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Appendix C: Port Pinouts
7535 USB Cable – PN 1010057
C.5 7535 USB Cable – PN 1010057
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APPENDIX
D
USB SETUP APPLICATION
D.1 USB Setup
The USB Setup application (PN 1000997) is used to update a Windows PC so that it
can connect to a Psion Teklogix 7535/7530.
System Requirements
•
•
Windows® 2000 or XP
ActiveSync 3.5 or later
The two driver classes that control USB communication are usbstor (for communication with a device running BooSt) and wceusbsh (for communication
through ActiveSync with a device running Windows CE .NET). These drivers must
be updated with 7535/7530-specific information so that the 7535/7530 can be recognized by your PC.
The install program:
• updates copies of the device installation scripts usbstor.inf and
wceusbsh.inf with Psion Teklogix-specific information,
• sets up a USB connection between the PC and the 7535/7530, and
• installs the 7535/7530 as a device on your PC. This may require notifying
the PC OS that the device should be reinstalled and then reconnecting the
USB device.
D.1.1 Launching The Application
The log file is initialized and the program introduction is written to it.
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Appendix D: USB Setup Application
Pre-Installation: Updating usbstor.inf And wceusbsh.inf
D.1.2 Pre-Installation: Updating usbstor.inf And wceusbsh.inf
1. Welcome Dialog Box:
You can click on the <Back> and <Next> buttons to navigate between
the pre-install windows. At any time during the pre-installation process,
you can tap on <Cancel> to exit the program.
•
•
Shut down all other software programs – especially ActiveSync – to avoid a
restart request during installation.
Tap on the <Next> button.
The program checks that ActiveSync is installed and that it is a supported
version – 3.5 or later. If the version installed on your PC is not supported,
you’ll need to exit the USB Setup application, and install a later version of
ActiveSync.
2. Device Driver INF File Selection Dialog Box:
This dialog box allows you to choose the paths of the appropriate inf
files. Default file paths are provided in this dialog box.
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Appendix D: USB Setup Application
Pre-Installation: Updating usbstor.inf And wceusbsh.inf
•
If necessary, tap on the <Browse> buttons to select different paths for the
inf files.
3. Device Driver Install Selection Dialog Box:
You can choose to have the device drivers installed immediately by
selecting the check box, or you can leave the check box blank and
Windows will install the 7535/7530 the next time it is connected. It is
recommended that the device be installed immediately.
•
•
Note:
Select the drivers you want to update – wceusbsh and usbstor.
Tap on the <Next> button.
None of the drivers are updated by default. To complete the process, you
must establish USB connections.
4. Device Driver Backup Selection Dialog Box:
The USB Setup application will attempt to back up the driver .sys
files before attempting the installation. It specifies which files it will try
to back up and the location to which it will back them up.
Note:
Both drivers are selected for backup by default. The backup directory is
<system directory>\drivers\ptxBackup.
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Appendix D: USB Setup Application
Installation: Installing The 7535/7530 As a Device On The PC
D.1.3 Installation: Installing The 7535/7530 As a Device On The PC
1. Install Dialog Box:
The .sys files you selected are copied to the backup directory. If an
unknown error occurs during the backup, you are asked whether you’d
prefer to cancel the install or continue with the process. The
wceusbsh.inf and usbstor.inf files are updated.
2. If you indicated that the wceusbsh driver should be installed, the
Install dialog box appears again. The USB Setup application will
attempt to install the drivers immediately. This will succeed only if a
valid USB connection to the device that is running Windows CE .NET
exists.
• If the install fails due to an unknown error, the install for this particular
driver is aborted.
• If the install fails because there was an inappropriate USB connection, there
are two possibilities:
• An appropriate USB connection was never established between the PC
and the 7535/7530 running Windows CE .NET. In this case, when an
appropriate USB connection with this device exists, Windows will automatically attempt to install the device driver.
• An appropriate USB connection exists between the PC and the
7535/7530 running Windows CE .NET, but it has since been severed.
Windows may or may not attempt to automatically install the device
drivers on the next appropriate USB connection.
• A window is displayed where you can tap on <Cancel> to abort the
wceusbsh driver installation and continue. It also contains instructions to
boot your device into Windows CE .NET and establish a USB connection
between the device and the PC. When you create the appropriate connection, Windows automatically installs the device drivers. The ‘Found New
Hardware’ wizard may appear. Your only interaction with this window is to
click on the <Finish> button.
• If this is the first appropriate connect between the device and the PC –
i.e., there was no previous devnode for the device in the system – the
<Continue> button is activated as soon as the connection is made. Where
there was a devnode present in the system and it has been marked for reinstall, the <Continue> button will not become active until Windows has
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Appendix D: USB Setup Application
Post Installation
completed the driver installation and the device is no longer marked for
reinstall. Only one devnode per device can be ‘unset’ when the device
drivers are finally installed.
3. If you indicated that the usbstor driver should be installed, the same
steps as described above are carried out for usbstor except that the
7535/7530 must be running BooSt. (Press and hold down the <SCAN>
<BLUE> <ENTER> keys for a minimum of 6 seconds to launch the
BooSt program.) Keep in mind that a device running BooSt has a different hardware ID than when it is running Windows CE .NET.
D.1.4 Post Installation
1. Done Dialog Box:
This dialog box indicates the success or failure of the installation.
• To view the log file, tap on the <Log File> button
• To exit the program, tap on the <Exit> button.
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INDEX
Anchor Line 313
# of Cols (ANSI) 274
# of Cols (TESS) 287
# of Pages (ANSI) 273
# of Rows (ANSI) 273
# of Rows (TESS) 288
A
Anchor View
accents, adding (Custom Characters) 264
accessories
bar code readers, connecting 323
hand strap 18
picker cradle 338
pistol grip 19
acknowledged host number (ah) 242
acknowledged remote number (ar) 242
acknowledgements, transmitted (xa) 242
acknowledgements received 242
AcQ (# of messages sent but not acknowledged by cellular master) 243
Active Conn Tab 122
ActiveSync
ASync profile 118
Addendum 157, 158, 159, 180, 184
addresses, network See also Network
addresses 317
Ad Hoc network 25
Advanced (wireless connection) 30
Advanced button (Radio tab) 149
ah (acknowledged host number) 242
AIAG
AIAG Character 301
AIAG Strip 154
Mixed AIAG 297
AIAG Character 301
AIAG Strip 154
aiming dot, duration of 153, 163, 182
All Fld Video 298
Alpha parameters 245, 248
ALT Key 42
anchor (viewport) 312
Anchor Column 313
x origin 285, 300
y origin 285, 300
ANSI
# of Cols 274
# of Pages 273
# of Rows 273
Applications menu 267
Arrow Key Remap (Telnet Settings)
272
arrow keys 237
auto-answerback string 277
Auto Login (Telnet Settings) 270
Auto Term# 268, 286
Group 268, 286
block mode 238, 278–279
Colour Override 276
configuration 236
Conn Type (connection type) 269
CR character 282
device attribute requests 237
device attribute string 277
disabling the keyboard/scanner 282
Edit Modes 283
ENTER key 237, 281
ENTER Pmpt (Telnet Settings) 270
ESC Prompt (Telnet Settings) 270
Func Key Remap (Telnet Settings)
272
Function key equivalents 237
Group Auto Term# 268, 286
Host (Telnet Settings) 270
Kbd Modes 280–282
keyboard lock 278
LF character 282
local editing mode 238, 276
Login (Telnet Settings) 271
Login Failed (Telnet Settings) 271
Login Prompt (Telnet Settings) 271
Media Copy 278
mnemonics 283
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multiple sessions 267
Password (Telnet Settings) 271
Password Echo (Telnet Settings) 271
Password Prompt (Telnet Settings)
271
Port 270
sessions, closing 239
sessions, establishing new 239
sessions, listing 239
sessions, moving between 239
settings 268–285
Telnet connection 269
Terminal # 268
Terminal Type (Telnet Settings) 270
transmitting data 155, 157, 278
Xmit Modes 276–279
802.IQ connection 269
ANSI Settings
Connection Type - Telnet & TCP Direct
269
Screen settings 273
AP/Controller mac , displaying 241
App. parameter 288
appearance (display colour scheme) 97
Append Enter 296
Append F0 296
appending to bar codes
characters 155, 157, 191
Applications
ANSI Settings 268–285
character attributes (TESS) 289
Character Sets (TESS) 290
Fields parameters (TESS) 297
Host Conn (ANSI) 269
Host Conn (TESS) 286
menu (Applications) 267
Scanner parameters (TESS) 296
Screen parameters (ANSI) 273
Screen parameters (TESS) 287
TESS Settings 285–300
Type and Title 267
approvals
7530 (including scanner) 351
7535 (including scanner) 348
ar (acknowledged remote number) 242
Arrow Key Remap (ANSI Telnet
Settings) 272
arrow keys 237
completing a data field 229, 298
ii
cycling through special
characters 246
Enh Mode, using 299
moving the cursor 41
Arrow mode 280
Arrows 316
ASCII
decimal equivalents of characters 291
Full Ascii 153
matching fields 290
Async In 284
attributes, video 274–275, 298
audio indicators
adjusting volume 53
description of beep conditions 53
volume adjustment using the BLUE
key 53
Authentication, Bluetooth Controls 119
authentication, network (Shared Mode) 26
Auto-Answer 277
Auto Exposure (Imager) 182
Auto Login (ANSI Telnet Settings) 270
Auto Radio Addr 253, 318
Auto Radio Address (Cellular Radio)
144
Auto Radio Address (Cellular Radio
Address) 144
AutoRep Fn (function key sent
to host) 291
AutoRep T/O 292
Auto Start 259
auto tab fields 228
Auto Term# (ANSI) 268, 286
Auto wrap 283
Aztec 187
B
backlight
display 95
intensity 45
keyboard 45
backspace (CTRL H) 281
backup profile, creating (Total Recall) 130
backup profile, restoring (Total Recall)
135
Bad Scan Beep 192
bar code
AIAG 297
appending to 155, 157, 191
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connecting bar code reader 323
decodes required 153
decoding edge-to-edge 153
displaying type of bar code 192
external bar code reader 323
parameters 150–187
prefix character 155, 157
Security 153
stripping characters 155, 157, 158
suffix character 155, 157
symbologies
Codabar 159, 172, 180, 184
Code 11 160, 180
Code 128 155, 168, 183
Code 39 153–154, 183
Code 93 159, 173, 181, 184
Discrete 2 of 5 161, 175, 180
EAN 13 156, 169, 179
EAN 8 158, 169, 179
IATA 2 of 5 162
Interleaved 2 of 5 160, 173, 180,
184
MSI Plessey 161, 174, 181
UPC A 158, 169, 179
UPC E 159, 170, 179
Barcode Character 301
bar-code-only fields 228
bar code reader
applications 352
external (specs) 353
external scanner, operation of 323
integrated scanner, operation of 53
internal or integrated 353
batteries
capacity dialogue box 110
charge, time required 323
chargers 38
charging 17
cycles 323
gauge 51
installing 37, 38
installing in 7535 21
power saving scheme dialogue box 110
removing 37
run time, maximizing 60
safety precautions 323
specifications, 7530 1900mAh 371
specifications, 7530 2400mAh 372
specifications, 7535 371
battery charger
safety instructions 325–326
battery pack 323–325
battery safety 323–326
battery See also batteries 323
Baud 189, 190, 310
Baud Rate/Modulation 148
beacons received (rb) 242
beacon timeouts (bt) 242
Beam Lockout 297
beeper
adjusting volume 53
description of beep conditions 53
volume adjustment using the BLUE
key 53
bell (CTRL G) 281
Bi-Direction Redundancy 164
Binary print 292
BKSP (DEL Key) 42
BKSP/DEL Key
TESS sessions, BKSP key behaviour in
231
TESS sessions, DEL key behaviour in
232
BKSP/DEL key
BKSP/DEL key (ANSI) 281
blinking video attribute 275, 298
Block Cursor 261
block mode, ANSI 238, 278–279
Bluetooth radio
changing device name 122
device service profiles 118
ISM band 116
PINs for devices 119
radio configuration 116–129
Bluetooth setup 116
GPRS setup 124
peripherals 338
Bluetooth specs 351
bold video attribute 274, 298
Bootloader (Shutdown menu) 82
bootnum
802.IQ 241
802.IQ, displaying 241
Bright For (backlight) 96
Brightness 315
Brk for Attn 304
BSP, Bluetooth Controls 123
bt (beacon timeouts) 242
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Buffer 311
C
ca (cellular address) 242
cable diagrams C-1
calibrating (touchscreen) 46, 114
cellular address (ca) 242
Cellular Radio Address 144
Center Bar Code Only (Imager) 182
CH, Bluetooth Controls 119
changing password (Start Menu security)
76
changing softkey labels (Label F1-F4)
275, 288
Channel Enable List 141
Channel List, editing 143
Channel Number 140
Channel Selection 142
Channel Switch Speed 141
Channel Tab (Narrow Band radio) 140
Character parameters (TESS) 289
characters
appending to bar codes 155, 157
Char Set, choosing (TESS) 290
cycling through 246
decimal values of 291
EOB chars 279
EOL chars 279
Lower (ANSI) 284
prefix 155, 157
stripping 155, 157, 158
suffix 155, 157
Upper (ANSI) 284
character set (Tether, Console, PR RS232,
PR Tether Ports) 309
Character Sets
Host Char Set 284
character sets
choosing in TESS 290
Lower (ANSI) 284
Upper (ANSI) 284
charger
descriptions of 39
safety instructions 325–326
charging (battery) 17
Char Set (TESS) 290
Check Digit 160
check digit 156, 159, 160, 161, 175
Check Digit, One 161, 175
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Check Digits (MSI Plessey) 175
Check Digit Verification 167
Check Digit Verification (I 2 of 5) 174
Clear Entry Fields 301
Click Data (scanner double-click) 191
Click Time (scanner double-click)
191
CLR/DEL key
Local Echo mode (ANSI) 281
CLR Key 316
CLSI Editing 173
Codabar 159, 172, 180, 184
Codabar 172
Code 11 160, 180
Code 128 155, 183
Code 128 168, 178
Code 128 Emulation 176
Code 32, Convert To 166
Code 32 Prefix 166
Code 39 153–154
Code 39 166, 178
Code 93 159, 173, 181, 184
Code 93 173
cold reset 32
Cold Reset (Shutdown menu) 82
Colour Override 276, 289
Column Offset 313
columns
number of in ANSI screen 274
number of in TESS screen 287
COM, Bluetooth Controls 123
Command Prompt 77
Command Region Up, Down, Left &
Right 302
Communities 196
Composite 177, 187
configuring IEEE 802.11 radio 22
configuring softkey labels (Label F1-F4)
275
configuring softkey labels (Label F1-F6)
288
connecting
Auto Login (ANSI Telnet Settings)
270
ENTER Pmpt (ANSI Telnet
Settings) 270
Login (ANSI Telnet Settings) 271
Login Failed (ANSI Telnet Settings)
271
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Login Prompt (ANSI Telnet
Settings) 271
Password (ANSI Telnet Settings) 271
Password Echo (ANSI Telnet
Settings) 271
Password Prompt (ANSI Telnet
Settings) 271
connection, host 269, 286
connection list table, Bluetooth Controls
122
Conn Type (connection type) 269, 286
Console Port settings 190
Baud 190
Data Bits 190
Parity 190
Stop Bits 190
console port settings 308
Contact 195
Cont Nxt Fld 296
contrast, adjusting 45
contrast, adjusting display 45
control codes 283
control panel
accessing 89
basic setup 94
Display Properties 94
icons 90
keyboard properties 98
power management properties 109
stylus properties 113
Conv. UPC-E To UPC-A 170
Conv. UPC-E1 To UPC-A 171
Convert To Code 32 166
Convert To EAN 13 174
Convert to UPC-A 159
country code 156
CR/LF
CTRL J 281
LF character 282
Newline 282
cradle See also Picker cradle 338
CRC (serial I/O) 295, 296
CTRL commands
CTRL a 239
CTRL c 234
CTRL f 230
CTRL G (Bell) 281
CTRL h 235
CTRL H (Backspace) 281
CTRL h (host select) 234
CTRL i 230
CTRL I (Tab) 281
CTRL J (Line Feed) 281
CTRL K (Vertical Tab) 281
CTRL L 235
CTRL L (Form Feed) 281
CTRL p (reprint) 234
CTRL r 230
CTRL s 233
CTRL s (status, displaying
continuously) 234
CTRL t 233
CTRL t (status, display with unit #) 234
CTRL u 230
CTRL w 233
CTRL w (status, display in Lock B & H
mode) 234
CTRL Key 42
cursor
changing shape of 261
Enh Edit mode 299
field advance (tab) 229
field backspace 229
field exit 229
Field Order 297
home 229
linefeed mode (ANSI) 281
moving between fields 280, 297
newline mode (ANSI) 281
Custom Characters 264
cycle tasks 79
D
data
entering 229, 299
Ign Bcode_fld 299
with a bar code reader 323
serial I/O 295
Serial In/Out 294
transmitting from the terminal 282, 298
transmitting from the 7535 229, 276
Data Bits 189, 190, 310
Data Squelch 148
data stream type (typ) 242
dead zone 362
DEC Cursor Keys 282
decimal values of keys 291
decoded (external) parameters 188, 190
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decoded (internal) scanner parameters 162
decoded Intermec (ISCP) parameters 178
decoded scanners 152
Decode Performance 168
Decode Performance Level 168
decode zones (internal scanners) 356
decoding bar codes
decodes required 153
Security 153
2-D scanner 356
decrementing parameters 245, 248
Default All Parameters 140
Default Colour 266
Default font 274, 299
DEFAULT key (F3) 223
DEFLT key (F3) 249
DEL (BKSP) Key 42
DEL/CLR key
Local Echo mode (ANSI) 281
Delete Char Set ECIs 165
desktop connection, remote 89
Dev Attr 277
device attribute requests 237
device attribute string 277
Device Name, changing 122
dialogue box, using 82
digit
check digit 156, 159, 160, 161, 175
number system 158, 159
Dim For (backlight) 96
Disable Beep 293
Disable kbd 282
disabling/enabling Y/N parameters 245,
248
disconnecting
ESC Prompt (ANSI Telnet Settings)
270
Discrete 2 of 5 161, 175, 180
Discrete 2 of 5 175
Disp controls 283
display
Anchor Column 313
Anchor Line 313
Anchor View 285, 300
appearance (colour scheme) 97
backlight 95
backlight, adjusting 45
Brightness 315
contrast (control panel) 95
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contrast, adjusting 45
Display Properties 94
Display Shift 260
Field Scroll 288
ICH/DCH controls 283
Line Scrolling 315
moving 261
Origin Scroll 288
Panning 315
positioning 288
split screens 261
Use Increment 261
video attributes 274–275, 298
viewport, mapping 312
Wraparound 315
X-Increment 261
Y-Increment 261
display contrast, adjusting 45
displaying TESS version number 233
Display Menu
selecting a TESS session 228
Display menu 243
Display Properties 94
Display Shift 260
docking device icons 52
docking station
uploading data using 63
Dot Time 153, 163, 182
double-click
appending characters to a decoded
bar code 191
scanner trigger 191
Double-Tap (stylus settings) 113
DUN service, Bluetooth 118
E
EAN/UCC 128 156, 168
EAN 13 156, 169, 179
EAN 8 158, 169, 179
EAN-8 Zero Extend 169
EAP (Extensible Authentication Protocol)
27
Echo Mode 280
ECI Decoder 166
Edit extent 283
editing 276
Edit Modes 283
edit modes, TESS 230
empty entry fields 291
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Emulation
2392 Telnet 300
AIAG Character 301
Barcode Character 301
Clear Entry Fields 301
Command Region Up, Down, Left
& Right 302
Enable Alarm 302
Features 301
Fixed Field Overhd 302
Passthru Printing 301
Send CR with FKEY 300
Serial IO Character 302
3274 Telnet 303
BRK for Attn 304
Features 304
FKEY0-39 305
Fujitsu Host 303
Intl EBCDIC 303
IP for SysReq 303
LU Name 304
LU Name Enabled 304
Null In Fields 303
5250 Telnet 305
Features 307
FKEY0-39 307
Intl EBCDIC 306
LU Name Enabled 306
LU Name Prefix 306
Nulls In Fields 306
Remap Underline To 306
Term Type 306
WEC (Write Error Code) 305
Emulation 300
emulation keys
field advance (tab) 229
field backspace 229
field exit 229
home 229
tab (field advance) 229
emulation keys, IBM 5250 229
Enable Alarm 302
Enable Bookland (UPC-EAN) 171
Enable CC-AB 178
Enable CC-C 178
Enable Cellular Protocol 144
Enable Power Saving 147
Enable RSS Expanded 177
Enable RSS Limited 177
Enable RSS-14 177
Enable SNMP 196
Enable TLC-39 178
enabling/disabling Y/N parameters 245,
248
Encryption, Bluetooth Controls 119
End (ANSI) 284
Enh Edit Mode (TESS) 299
ENTER key 237
completing a data field 229
CR/LF character 282
Enter on Arrows 298
Local Echo mode (ANSI) 281
newline mode (ANSI) 281
Xmit Enter 282
Enter On Arr 298
ENTER Pmpt (ANSI Telnet Settings) 270
Enter To F0 298
ENT Key 316
entry fields 228
empty fields 291
Function keys 299
hidden match 291
Ign Bcode_fld 299
video attributes 274–275, 298
visible match 290
Entry Mode 299
entry mode 299
EOB chars 279
EOL chars 279
Erasure Mode 283
Error Accept 154
ESC Key 42
ESC Prompt (ANSI Telnet Settings) 270
Exit 259
Extensible Authentication Protocol (EAP)
27
E1022 1D imager specs 363
F
Fast Converge (Imager) 182
Fcursor mode 230
features
7530 12
7535 7
Features (2392 Telnet) 301
Features (3274 Telnet) 304
Features (5250 Telnet) 307
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FETM 278
fh (forward host number) 242
field advance 229
field advance key function 229
field backspace 229
field backspace key function 229
field exit key function 229
Field mode 230
Field Order 297
fields
Arrow mode 280
auto-tab fields 228
bar-code-only fields 228
completing a data field 229, 298
Enh Edit mode 299
entry fields 228, 291
field advance (tab) 229
field backspace 229
field exit 229
Field Order 297
Field Scroll 288
Field Size 154
fixed fields 228
hidden match 291
home 229
Ign Bcode_fld 299
“insert” mode 282, 299
match fields 228
“replace” mode 282, 299
serial I/O fields 228
Serial In/Out 294
size 154
tab (field advance) 229
“transmit on” 229
video attributes 274–275, 298
visible match 290
Fields parameters (for TESS Settings) 297
Fill Chr 291
Fixed Field Overhd 302
fixed fields 228
F Keys (function keys) 316
FKEY0-39 305, 307
Flow Control 310
Follow Cursor 315
font
Default Font 274, 299
Font Change 259
Font Override 266
fonts, changing screen fonts sizes 225
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Foreground & Background (Colour
Override) 276, 289
Foreground & Background (Default
Colour) 266
Format Effector Transfer
Mode (FETM) 278
form feed (CTRL L) 281
forward host number (fh) 242
forward remote number (fr) 242
fr (forward remote number) 242
Frequency Table (Radio tab) 149
Fujitsu Host 303
Full Ascii 153
Full ASCII (decoded scanner) 167
Func Key Remap (ANSI Telnet Settings)
272
Function Keys 221
softkeys 223
36-key keyboard 221, 223
58-key keyboard (7535) 221
63-key keyboard (7530) 222
7530 222
7535 221
Function keys 237
ANSI equivalents 237
auto reply mode 291
completing a data field 229
entering data 299
executing procedures from the
local menu 235
FKEY0-39 (3274 Telnet) 305
FKEY0-39 (5250 Telnet) 307
Label F1-F4, changing 275, 288
Open Fky Only 299
serial I/O 295
G
GATM (Guarded Area Transfer
Mode) 279
Good Scan Beep 192
GPRS (bluetooth) 124
Group (ANSI Auto Term#) 268, 286
GSM/GPRS 202–215
H
hand strap, installing on 7535 18
helpdesk 4
hidden fields match 291
H Match Chr 291
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home key function 229
host
multiple hosts 235
selecting a host 235
switching between hosts 292
Host (ANSI Telnet Settings) 270
Host (TESS Connection Type) 287
Host Char Set 284
Host Connection
ANSI 269
TESS 286
Host echo mode 280
host select (CTRL h) 234
host terminal number of session (tn) 242
I
I/O fields 228
IATA 2 of 5 162
IBM 5250 Emulation Keys 229
ICD/DCH controls, displaying 283
Idle Poll Limit 147
IEEE radio, configuring 22
Ign Bcode_fld 299
imager
E1022 1D imager specs 363
SX5303 2D imager specs 364
imager (2D) scanner
scanning
2D 57
imager parameters 181
Include Check 156, 158, 159, 161, 162
Include Check (Discrete 2 of 5
symbology) 161
Include Check (Interleaved 2 of 5
symbology) 161
Include Chk 154, 158, 160
Include Country 156
Include Number Sys 158, 159
Include Sym (Code 128) 155
incrementing parameters 245, 248
Indicators 255
indicators
battery gauge 51
docking devices 52
LED functions 47
modifier keys 50
narrow band radio signal quality 52
onscreen 50
scanner message 56, 57, 58, 59
inf
security level 52
status area 227
task bar 70
tethered device 52
Wireless WAN 53
802.11radio signal quality 51
usbstor, installing D-4
usbstor, updating D-2
wceusbsh, installing D-4
wceusbsh, updating D-2
Info Tab (Narrow Band radio) 137
Infrastructure network 25
initialized messages, transmitted (802.IQv1
xi) See xi (transmitted initialize
messages) 242
Initial RTT 254, 319
Input 193
input
bar-code-only fields 228
bar code reader 323
I/O fields 294
Input tmo 311
“insert” mode 282, 299
Open Fky Only 299
Output tmo 311
“replace” mode 282, 299
serial I/O 295
serial I/O fields 228
Serial In/Out 294
Input Panel (control panel) 93
Input Tmo 311
Insert mode 230
“insert” mode 282, 299
installation
hand strap 18
pistol grip 19
integrated scanner option 53
Intensity (7035 backlighting) 96, 100
Interleaved 2 of 5 160, 173, 180, 184
Internet Explorer 77
Intl EBCDIC 303, 306
IP address, assigning 28
IP for SysReq 303
ISBT 128 168
ISM band, Bluetooth radio 116
ITF Check (Discrete 2 of 5 symbology)
161
ITF Check (IATA 2 of 5 symbology) 162
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ITF Check (I 2 of 5 symbology) 160
I 2 of 5
Short Code 153
K
Kbd lock 278
Kbd Locked 293
Kbd Modes 280–282
keyboard
compatibility with VT220 ANSI
keyboard 237
DEC Cursor Keys 282
disabling the keyboard 282
function keys 237
Kbd modes 280–282
key repeat 98, 99
lock 278, 293
lock messages 234
one shot mode 100
36-key keyboard 43
58-key 42
Keyboard (Tekterm) 255
keyboard backlight 45
keyboard keys 40
ALT 42
arrow keys 41
BKSP 42
CTRL 42
DEFAULT key (F3) 223
DEL 42
ESC 42
function keys, accessing 221, 222
LITERAL key (F5) 223
macro keys 101, 224, 255
modifiers 40
navigating using the keyboard 67
NEXT key (F1) 223
one shot mode 100
PREVIOUS key (F2) 223
SAVE key (F4) 223
SCAN 42
SHIFT 41
softkeys 223
SPACE 42
TAB 42
keyboard mapping (Scan-See) 316
Keyboard Properties 98, 99
backlight 99
one shot mode 100
key function
x
field advance (tab) 229
field backspace 229
field exit 229
home 229
tab (field advance) 229
Key Index, assigning 26
Key Repeat tab 98
keys
alpha keys, 36-key keyboard 43
emulation keys, IBM 5250 229
transmit key 278
L
Label F1-F4 275, 288
labels, changing softkey (Label F1-F4)
275
labels, changing softkey (Label F1-F6)
288
LANAccessUsingPPP service, Bluetooth
118
Laser On Time 163
Late TX Limit (Polling) 146
launching
DOS 243
Parameters menu 243
Tekterm 243
Lcl Process 235, 293
LED
charge 48
functions (7535) 47
receive 49
scan 49
transmit 49
LED Scan-See
Brightness 315
LF/CR
CTRL J 281
LF character 282
Newline 282
Linear Decode 172
Linear Security Level 163
Line Offset 313
Line Scrolling 315
LITERAL key (F5) 223
Lithium-Ion batteries
installing 38
removing 38
local
editing mode, ANSI 238, 276
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Local echo mode 280
menu 235
procedures 235
process 235, 293
Save on Reset 293
Location 195
“LOCK–B” message 234, 288
locked keyboard 278, 293
locked 7535 292
“LOCK–H” message 234, 288
lock time, decreasing with
queuing mode 236
Login (ANSI Telnet Settings) 271
Login Failed (ANSI Telnet Settings) 271
Login Prompt (ANSI Telnet Settings) 271
Lower (ANSI Host Char Set) 284
Low Level screen (Narrow Nand radio)
139
Low Power Timeout 163
LU Name 304
LU Name Enabled 304, 306
LU Name Prefix 306
L1, Set Length 167
L2, Set Length 167
M
MAC address, access point/controller 241
MAC address, 7535 241
Macro keys
accessing 224
executing a macro 102, 103
Macros menu, accessing 101, 255
recording and saving 101
36-key keyboard (7535) 224
37-key keyboard (7530) 224
58-key keyboard (7535) 224
63-key keyboard (7530) 224
maintenance (7535) 63
Manual Radio Address (Cellular Radio
Address) 144
Manual Switch Table 142
mapping keyboard (Scan-See) 316
mapping viewport 312
match fields 228
MATM 279
Max Gain (Imager) 183
Max Illumination (Imager) 183
Max Integration (Imager) 183
Media Copy (ANSI) 278
memory, resetting 249
menu, local 235
Menu mode
taskbar (switching between apps) 226
menus, working with 244
message mask (msk) 242
messages
enabling/disabling next message 293
“LOCK–B” 234, 288
“LOCK–H” 234, 288
“NEXT–B” 235, 236
“NEXT–H” 235, 236
“RESET: Press Enter” 227
Scan Indicator 192
scanner warning message 192
Scan Result 192
TESS status message 233
messages, retransmitting (802.IQv1 xr) See
xr (retransmissions) 242
messages received (rm) 242
messages transmitted (xm) 242
milestone 293
Mixed AIAG 297
mnemonics (ANSI) 283
mode
serial I/O 294
Model 7000
Brightness 315
modifier keys 40
locking 41
One Shot Mode 100
unlocking 41
Modulation/Baud Rate 148
Mod 10 Check 154, 162
Mod 10 Check (Discrete 2 of 5
symbology) 161
Mod 10 Check (I 2 of 5 symbology) 160
Mod 43 Check 154
moving the display 261, 288
MSI Plessey 161, 174, 181
msk (message mask) 242
multiple
ANSI sessions 267
applications 267
hosts 235
TESS sessions 267
Multiple Area Transfer
Mode (MATM) 279
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N
Name 197
name servers, assigning 29
Narrow Band radio 137
Channel tab 140
Info tab 137
Low Level screen 139
Power tab 146
Protocol tab 144
Radio tab 147
statistics screen 137
narrow band radio
signal quality 52
Narrow Band radio (RA1001) specs 351
network
Ad Hoc 25
connection, monitoring 62
control panel settings 317
infrastructure 25
Network addresses 317
network authentication (Shared Mode) 26
Network Key, assigning 26
Newline 282
“NEXT–B” message 235, 236
“NEXT–H” message 235, 236
NEXT key (F1) 223
Next X 293
NOTIS Editing 173
Null In Fields 303
Nulls In Fields 306
number
of columns (ANSI) 274
of columns (TESS) 287
of pages (ANSI) 273
of rows (ANSI) 273
of rows (TESS) 288
Terminal # (ANSI) 236, 268
Terminal # (TESS) 228
number system digit 158, 159
numeric fields (Rjct if Alpha) 297
numeric parameters 245, 248
numeric parameters, minimum/maximum
limits to 245, 248
O
Off & On buttons 20, 39
offices list 4
off-line 7535
using local procedures 235
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offset (viewport) 312
On & Off button 20, 39
One Check Digit 161, 175
one dimensional internal scanner 56
One Shot Mode 100
ON Threshold 96, 99
Open Fky Only 299
order of fields in TESS screen 297
Origin Scroll 288
Output 193
output/input fields, serial port 294
Output Tmo 311
P
pages
# of Cols (TESS) 287
# of Columns (ANSI) 274
# of Pages (ANSI) 273
# of Rows (ANSI) 273
# of Rows (TESS) 288
positioning 288
queuing mode 236
reprinting 234
size/shape 274
Pages Saved (TESS) 288
Panning 315
parameters
Alpha parameters 245, 248
numeric 245, 248
saving changes to 249
string entry 245, 246, 249
Y/N (boolean) 245, 248
Parameter Scanning 163
Parity 189, 190, 310
Passthru Printing 301
Password (ANSI Telnet Settings) 271
Password Echo (ANSI Telnet Settings)
271
Password Prompt (ANSI Telnet Settings)
271
PDF internal scanner
scanning
PDF internal 57
period – ASCII decimal equivalent 291
peripherals, defining connections 308
picker cradle 338
installing cable 339
powered 10-55 VDC 338
powered 12 VDC 338
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unpowered 338
picker cradle See also Picker Cradle 338
PIN, Bluetooth Controls 118
pinouts C-1
PINs, Bluetooth devices 119
pins – enabling for printing 292
pistol grip, installing on 7535 19
pitch, scanning 362
pivot (viewport) 312
pocket PC compatibility 89
Polling 145
polling values, testing 146
Poll Timeout (Polling) 145
Port
scan-see parameters 312
Port (ANSI Telnet Settings) 270
Port (TESS Connection Type) 287
Port (802.IQ v2) 318
port pinouts C-1
Port Prefix, Bluetooth Controls 123
ports
ANSI Connection Type 270
Baud 310
Buffer 311
Data Bits 310
Flow Control 310
Input tmo 311
internal scanner 352
Output tmo 311
parameters 309
Parity 310
peripheral settings 308
Retries 311
Scan-See settings 308
serial 294
Serial In/Out 294
settings 309
settings (Tether, Console, PR RS232, PR
Tether) 308
settings, Scan-See 308
Shared 311
Stop Bits 310
TESS Connection Type 287
Test 311
port settings 308–311
position
of screen 288
Postal
PlaNET 185
PostNET 185
Royal 185
Power Management Properties 109
battery capacity 110
scheme, power saving 110
Power Mgmt 258
Power Off Time 147
PowerScan LR and XLR specs 366
PowerScan standard range specs 368
Power Scheme 110
Power Tab (Narrow Band radio) 146
Power Up Channel 141
power up 7535 20
preferred networks 30
Prefix 165
prefix (serial I/O) 295
Prefix Char 155, 157
PREVIOUS key (F2) 223
PREV key (F2) 244, 248
Printer (serial service), Bluetooth 118
printing
Binary print parameter 292
pages 234
Printer parameter 292
PrintScreen key 281
procedures, local 293
process, local 235, 293
profile, creating backup 130
profile, restoring backup 135
Programs
Command Prompt 77
Internet Explorer 77
Remote Desktop Connection 77
Windows Explorer 77
protocol, 802.IQ v1 253
Protocol Tab (Narrow Band radio) 144
Protocol Type 254
PR RS232 port settings 308
PR Tether settings 308
punctuation marks, accessing (SHIFT
Key) 41
Q
Q (memory address of first message in
receive queue) 243
queue, memory address of first message in
receive queue (Q) 243
queue, transmissions waiting in (TxQ) 243
queuing
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enabling/disabling next message 293
mode 236, 292
pages 236
Queuing parameter 235, 292
response time, improving 236
R
ra (received acknowledgements) 242
radio
adding new network connection 24
advanced settings of 30
Auto Radio Addr (narrow band radio)
318
Bluetooth 116–129
Bluetooth specs 351
Configure button 24
configuring 22
adding a new network connection
24
Ad Hoc 25
authentication, network 26
Configure button 24
Connect button 24
EAP (Extensible Authentication
Protocol) 27
Infrastructure 25
Key Index 26
Key Index, assigning 26
network authentication 26
Network Key 26
Network Key, assigning 26
wireless information 24
wireless properties 25
802.1X authentication 27
Connect button 24
Initial RTT (WaveLAN 802.11 DS
SS) 254, 319
IP address, assigning 28
name servers 29
Narrow Band 137
Narrow Band (RA1001)specs 351
preferred networks, arranging 30
Protocol Type 254
Radio Address (narrow band radio)
318
Radio Address (WaveLAN 802.11 DS
SS) 253
specifications 351
statistics screen
xiv
802.IQ 240
wireless connection, setting up 22
802.IQ statistics screen 240
802.11b Direct Sequence SS 351
802.11signal quality 51
Radio Addr
Auto Radio Addr (narrow band radio)
318
Radio Address 253, 318
narrow band radio 318
WaveLAN 802.11 DS SS 253
802.IQ v1 253
radio address, automatic (802.IQ v1) 253
radio specifications 351
radio statistics screen
802.IQ 240
Radio Tab (Narrow Band radio) 147
Raster 164
Raster Expand Rate, 2D 164
Raster Height, 2D 164
rb (received beacons) 242
RD7950 integrated UHF RFID reader (7535
only) B-1
RD7950 read and write distance 370
recalibrating (touchscreen) 46, 114
received acknowledgements 242
received beacons (rb) 242
received messages (rm) 242
receive LED 49
Remap Passthru 293
Remap Underline To 306
Remote Desktop Connection 77
remote desktop connection 89
Repeat Delay (between key repeats) 99
Repeat Rate (of key repeats) 99
Repeat tab (key repeat settings) 98
Replace mode 230
“replace” mode 299
reprinting a page 234
“RESET: Press Enter” message 227
resetting
default parameter values 249
TESS session 234
7535 memory 249
resetting the WORKABOUT
cold reset 32
warm reset 32
resetting the 7535 32
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response time, improving with
queuing mode 236
retransmissions (802.IQv1 xr) See xr
(retransmissions) 242
Retries 311
reverse video attribute 275, 298
RFID
applications 352
RD7950, installation (7535 only) B-1
RD7950 integrated RFID reader (7535
only) B-1
RD7950 read and write distance 370
RD7950 specifications 369
SE923 combo RFID/scanner, operating
58
RFID internal scanner (combo) 58
Rights 197
Rjct if Alpha 297
rm (received messages) 242
round trip time (rt) 242
rows
number of in ANSI screen 273
number of in TESS screen 288
rt (round trip time) 242
Run (Start Menu) 81
S
safety instructions
battery charger 325–326
scanner 53
safety warning, scanner 53
SATM 279
SAVE key (F4) 223
Save on Reset 293
Scan Data Format 165
Scan Indicator 192
SCAN Key 42
Scan Log File 192
scanner
aiming (target) dot duration 153, 163,
182
Append Enter 296
Append F0 296
appending data 191
Auto Exposure (Imager) 182
Aztec 187
Bad Scan Beep 192
bar code, appending data to 191
bar code applications 352
Bi-Direction Redundancy 164
Center Bar Code Only (Imager) 182
Check Digits (MSI Plessey) 175
Check Digit Verification 167, 174
Click Data (appending data) 191
Click Time (double-click) 191
CLSI Editing 173
Codarbar 172
Code 128 168, 178
Code 128 Emulation 176
Code 32 Prefix 166
Code 39 166, 178
Code 93 173
Composite 177, 187
Cont Nxt Fld 296
Conv. UPC-E To UPC-A 170
Conv. UPC-E1 To UPC-A 171
Convert To Code 32 166
Convert To EAN 13 174
decoded 152
decoded (external) 188
Console Port 190
Tether Port 188
decoded (internal) 162
decoded Intermec (ISCP) 178
Decode Perf. Level 168
Decode Performance 168
Delete Char Set ECIs 165
disabling the scanner 282
Discrete 2 of 5 175
Dot Time 153, 163, 182
double-click 191
EAN-8 Zero Extend 169
ECI Decoder 166
Enable Bookland 171
Enable CC-AB 178
Enable CC-C 178
Enable RSS Expanded 177
Enable RSS Limited 177
Enable RSS-14 177
Enable TLC-39 178
E1022 linear 1D imager specs 363
Fast Converge (Imager) 182
Full ASCII 167
Good Scan Beep 192
imager 181
integrated 353
Laser On Time 163
Linear Decode 172
Linear Security Level 163
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Low Power Timeout 163
Max Gain (Imager) 183
Max Illumination (Imager) 183
Max Integration (Imager) 183
NOTIS Editing 173
one dimensional (1D) internal scanner
56
parameters (for TESS Settings) 296
Parameter Scanning 163
PDF internal scanner dimensional (1D)
57
Postal
PlaNET 185
PostNET 185
Royal 185
PowerScan LR and XLR specs 366
PowerScan standard range specs 368
Prefix 165
RFID internal scanner (combo) 58
safety warnings 53
Scan Data Format 165
Scan Log File 192
Scan Result Time 192
Security Level 172
Set Length L1 167
Set Length L2 167
SE 1200 Advanced LR specs 355
SE 1200 HP specs 354
SE 1200 LR specs 354
SE 1200 WA specs 357
SE 1224 HP specs 357
SE 1524 ER specs 360
SE 2223 PDF specs 355
SE 923 HS specs 357
specifications, external 366
specifications, internal 353
Suffix 165
Supp. Redundancy 171
Supplementals 171
SX5303 2D imager specs 364
target dot duration 153, 163, 182
techniques (scanning) 55
TESS Scanner parameters 296
Tranmsit Check Digit (MSI Plessey)
175
Transmit Check Digit 167, 174
Transmit Check Digit (MSI Plessey)
175
Transmit Code 1D Char 165
Trioptic Code 39, Enable 166
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troubleshooting tips 56
two dimensional (2D) imager scanner
57
UPC-A Check Digit 169
UPC-A Preamble 170
UPC-EANI 171, 183
UPC-EAN Shared Settings 179
UPC-E Check Digit 170
UPC-E Preamble 170
UPC-E1 Check Digit 170
UPC-E1 Preamble 170
warning message 192
2D DataMatrix 186
2D Maxicode 186
2D Micro PDF-417 176, 186
2D PDF-417 176, 186
2D QR Code 186
2D Raster Expand Rate 164
2D Raster Height 164
2D RSS Code 177, 187
2D Scanning Mode 164
2D UPC Half Block Stitching 172
scanning
AComposite 187
AIAG 297
aiming (target) dot duration 153, 163,
182
Append Enter 296
Append F0 296
appending characters 155, 157, 191
Auto Exposure (Imager) 182
Aztec 187
Bad Scan Beep 192
Bi-Direction Redundancy 164
Center Bar Code Only (Imager) 182
check digit 156, 159, 160, 161, 175
Check Digits (MSI Plessey) 175
Check Digit Verification 167
Check Digit Verification (I 2 of 5) 174
Click Data (appending data) 191
Click Time 191
CLSI Editing 173
Codabar 172
Code 128 168, 178
Code 128 Emulation 176
Code 32 Prefix 166
Code 39 166, 178
Code 93 173
Composite 177
Cont Nxt Fld 296
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Conv. UPC-E To UPC-A 170
Conv. UPC-E1 To UPC-A 171
Convert To Code 32 166
Convert To EAN 13 174
country code 156
decoded 152
decoded (external) 188
Console Port 190
Tether Port 188
decoded (internal) 162
decoded Intermec (ISCP) 178
Decode Perf. Level 168
Decode Performance 168
decode zones 356
Delete Char Set ECIs 165
Discrete 2 of 5 175
Dot Time 153, 163, 182
double-click 191
EAN-8 Zero Extend 169
ECI Decoder 166
Enable Bookland 171
Enable CC-AB 178
Enable CC-C 178
Enable RSS Expanded 177
Enable RSS Limited 177
Enable RSS-14 177
Enable TLC-39 178
Fast Converge (Imager) 182
Full ASCII 167
Good Scan Beep 192
imager 181
Input (translate) 193
Laser On Time 163
Linear Decode 172
Linear Security Level 163
locked 7535 297
Low Power Timeout 163
Max Gain (Imager) 183
Max Illumination (Imager) 183
Max Integration (Imager) 183
NOTIS Editing 173
number system digit 158, 159
Output (translate) 193
Parameter Scanning 163
pitch 362
Postal
PlaNET 185
PostNET 185
Royal 185
Prefix 165
prefix character 155, 157
removing characters 155, 157, 158
RFID tags, reading 58
Rjct if Alpha 297
safety instructions 53
Scan Data Format 165
Scan Indicator 192
Scan Log File 192
Scan Result 192
Scan Result Time 192
Scan-See 308
Security 153
Security Level 172
Set Length L1 167
Set Length L2 167
Short Code 153
skew 362
specular dead zone 362
Suffix 165
suffix character 155, 157
Supp. Redundancy 171
Supplementals 171
symbologies 150
target (aiming) dot duration 153, 163,
182
TESS Scanner parameters 296
Transmit Check Digit 167
Transmit Check Digit (I 2 of 5) 174
Transmit Check Digit (MSI Plessey)
175
Transmit Code 1D Char 165
Trioptic Code 39, Enable 166
UPC-A Check Digit 169
UPC-A Preamble 170
UPC-EAN 171, 183
UPC-EAN Shared Settings 179
UPC-E Check Digit 170
UPC-E Preamble 170
UPC-E1 Check Digit 170
UPC-E1 Preamble 170
Verify 153
1D internal 56
2D DataMatrix 186
2D Maxicode 186
2D Micro PDF-417 176, 186
2D PDF-417 176, 186
2D QR Code 186
2D Raster Expand Rate 164
2D Raster Height 164
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2D RSS Code 177, 187
2D Scanning Mode 164
2D UPC Half Block Stitching 172
Scan Result 192
Scan Result Time 192
Scan-See
keyboard mapping 316
parameters, setting 312–317
port settings 308
serial number 316
viewport, mapping 312
screen
stylus, using to navigate 67
touch pen, using 67
Windows CE, navigating 67
Screen parameters
ANSI 273
TESS 287
screens
# of Cols (ANSI) 274
# of Cols (TESS) 287
# of Rows (ANSI) 273
# of Rows (TESS) 288
Anchor View 285, 300
Display Shift 260
Field Scroll 288
moving between fields 280, 297
Origin Scroll 288
page size/shape 273, 287
positioning 288
splitting view of 261
Type and View IDs (Split screen) 261
Use Increment 261
x and y origin 285, 300
X-Increment 261
Y-Increment 261
Screen Switch 258
scrolling
Field Scroll 288
Origin Scroll 288
Security 153
Security Level 172
security level icon 52
Security Settings 74
changing password 76
configuring taskbar 76
level 74
Supervisor 74
Teklogix 74
User 74
security settings 250
default mode 258
Selected Area Transfer Mode (SATM) 279
select host (CTRL h) 234
selecting a host 235
Send Mile 293
Send with FKEY) 300
serial I/O
TESS command 294
serial I/O fields 228
Serial In 294
Serial IO Character 302
serial number (Scan-See) 316
Serial Out 294
Serial Port 294
serial port
enabling pins for printers 292
I/O fields 294
Serial In 294
Serial Out 294
Serial Port 294
SI CRC 295
SI Fkey 295
SI mode 294
SI prefix/suffix 295
SO CRC 296
SO prefix/suffix 295
Servers, Bluetooth Controls 120
service information 4
Services, Bluetooth Controls 118
session status (sts) 242
Set Length L1 167
Set Length L2 167
Set Mode (SM) control 283
Set PIN, Bluetooth Controls 119
Settings
Control Panel 80
Network and Dial-up connections 80
Run 80
Taskbar and Start Menu 80
setting the session number 228
SE 1200 Advanced LR specs 355
SE 1200 HP specs 354
SE 1200 LR specs 354
SE 1200 WA specs 357
SE 1224 HP specs 357
SE 1524 ER specs 360
SE 2223 PDF specs 355
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SE 923 HS 357
Shared 311
Shared Mode (network authentication) 26
SHIFT Key 41
Short Code 153
Shutdown
Bootloader 82
Cold Reset 82
Suspend 82
Warm Reset 82
Shutdown (Start Menu) 81
SI CRC 295
SI Fkey 295
signal quality, narrow band 52
signal quality, 802.11 51
SI mode 294
Simple Network Management (SNMP)
See SNMP 194
SIP (Soft Input Panel 93
SI prefix/suffix 295
size
of fields 154
Size/Chars (bar code scanning)
154
skew, scanning 362
Sled See picker cradle. 338
Smart echo mode 280
SNMP (Simple Network Management
Protocol) 194
Communities 196
Contact 195
Enable SNMP 196
Location 195
Name 197
Rights 197
SO CRC 296
Soft Input Panel (SIP) 93
softkey function keys 223
softkeys 256
softkeys (Function keys) 223
softkey labels, changing (Label F1-F4)
275
softkey labels, changing (Label F1-F6)
288
Softkeys (parameter) 256
SO prefix/suffix 295
Sound Ctrl 257
SPACE Key 42
specifications
battery,7530 1900mAh 371
battery,7530 2400mAh 372
battery,7535 371
for 7530 349
for 7535 347
scanner, external 366
scanner, internal 353
specular dead zone 362
Split Screen
dividing and displaying 262
moving the cursor between
split screens 263
parameters used 261
toggling between full and
split screens 263
Type and View IDs 261
using a Wild Card (asterisk) 263
Split Screen 261
Standard (Code 128) 156
Start (ANSI) 284
Start Menu 72
cycle tasks 79
desktop 73
programs 77
Run 81
Security 74
Settings 80
Shutdown 81
system tray 78
task manager 79
start up menu 243
Statistics button (Radio tab) 149
statistics screen
802.IQ 240
Statistics screen (Narrow Band radio) 137
status, displaying continuously 234
status, displaying in Lock B & Lock H
mode 234
status, displaying unit # 234
status area (Tekterm) 227
status message, TESS 233
Stop Bits 189, 190, 310
string entry parameters 245, 246, 249
adding special characters to 246
cycling through special characters 246
key function description 245, 249
Strip Leading 155, 157
Strip Trailing 155, 158
sts (session status) 242
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stylus (touch pen), using 67
Stylus Properties 113
Double-tap (stylus sensitivity) 113
sub-menus, accessing 244, 247
Suffix 165
suffix
serial I/O 295
suffix (serial I/O) 295
Suffix Char 155, 157
Supervisor security level 74
Supp. Redundancy (Code 128) 171
Supplementals (UPC-EAN) 171
support services 4
Suspend (Shutdown menu) 82
Suspend State 111
SX5303 2D imager specs 364
symbologies
IATA 2 of 5 162
symbologies, bar code 150
displaying type of bar code 192
Sync Delay (Polling) 145
System parameters (Tekterm) 254
system tray 78
T
tab (CTRL I) 281
tab (field advance) 229
tab, vertical (CTRL K) 281
TAB Key 42
Tab stop mode 283
target dot, duration of 153, 163, 182
taskbar
onscreen indicators
battery gauge 51
docking devices 52
modifier keys 50
narrow band radio signal quality 52
security level 52
tethered device 52
Wireless WAN 53
802.11 radio signal quality 51
using 70
task manager 79
TCP Direct connection 269, 286
Teklogix security level 74
Tekterm 221
Telnet connection 269, 286
Telnet connection (ANSI) 269
terminal
xx
Terminal # (ANSI) 268
Terminal # (ANSI) 268
Terminal # (TESS) 286
Terminal (ANSI Telnet Settings) 270
Terminal (7535) mac, displaying 241
Term Type 306
TESS 227
# of Cols 287
# of Rows 288
All Fld Video 298
Append Enter 296
Append F0 296
Applications menu 267
BKSP key behaviour 231
Blink (video attrib.) 298
Bold (video attrib.) 298
Colour Override 289
configuration 228
Conn Type (connection type) 286
Cont Nxt Fld 296
CTRL commands 230
cursor movement (in edit modes) 230
DEL key behaviour 232
Disable Beep 293
displaying version number 233
Display menu, using 228
edit modes 230
Enh Edit Mode 299
Enter On Arr 298
Enter To F0 298, 299
Entry Mode 299
Fcursor mode 230
Field mode 230
Field Order 297
Field parameters 297
Host (Connection Type) 287
Ign Bcode_fld 299
Insert mode 230
Kbd Locked 293
keyboard lock 293
matching fields via data stream 290
milestone 293
modes (edit) 230
multiple sessions 267
number of columns in screen 287
number of rows in screen 288
Pages Saved 288
Port 287
query command 288
Remap Passthru 293
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Replace mode 230
resetting a TESS session 234
Reverse (video attrib.) 298
running multiple sessions 228
selecting a session 228
settings 285–300
status message 233
switching between hosts 292
Terminal # 286
Tests 291
Valid Numerics 299
video attributes 298
802.IQ connection 286
9010t connection 286
TESS Settings
character attributes 289
character sets, choosing 290
Connection Type - Telnet & TCP Direct
286
Fields parameters 297
Scanner parameters 296
screen settings 287
Test 311
Test Polling Values 146
Test Squelch (Radio tab) 148
tethered device
connecting and disconnecting 59
taskbar icons 52
Tether Port settings 188
Baud 189
Data Bits 189
Parity 189
Stop Bits 189
tether port settings 308
threshold, setting (backlight) 96, 99
timeouts, beacon (bt) 242
tn (host terminal number of session) 242
Total Recall
backup profile, creating 130
backup profile, restoring 135
touch pen, using 67
touchscreen
recalibration 46, 114
stylus, using 67
touch pen, using 67
Transfer Termination Mode (TTM) 279
transmissions waiting in queue (TxQ) 243
Transmit Check Digit (I 2 of 5) 174
Transmit Check Digit (MSI Plessey) 175
Transmit Code 1D Char 165
transmit LED 49
transmitted acknowledgements (xa) 242
transmitted initialized messages (xi) 242
transmitted messages (xm) 242
transmitting data 276, 278, 282, 298
“transmit on” entry field 229
trigger, double-click 191
Trioptic Code 39, Enable 166
troubleshooting tips (scanning) 56
TTM 279
turning 7535 off 20
turning 7535 on 20
TxQ (messages waiting to be sent) 243
typ (data stream type) 242
Type 261
typing in upper case 291
U
UCC 128(Code 128) 156
underline
ASCII decimal equivalent 291
video attribute 275
Unicode values, entering 247
UPC A 158, 169, 179
UPC-A Check Digit 169
UPC-A Preamble 170
UPC E 159, 170, 179
UPC-EAN 171, 183
UPC-EAN Shared Settings 179
UPC-E Check Digit 170
UPC-E Preamble 170
UPC-E1 Check Digit 170
UPC-E1 Preamble 170
UPC Half Block Stitching, 2D 172
Upper (ANSI Host Char Set) 284
Upper Case 291
USB Setup Application D-1
installing usbstor & wceusbsh inf D-4
launching D-1
updating usbstor & wceusbsh inf D-2
usbstor.inf, installing D-4
usbstor.inf, updating D-2
Use Increment
X-Increment 261
Y-Increment 261
Use increment 261
user permissions
Exit 259
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Font Change 259
Screen Switch 258
User security level 74
V
Valid Numerics (TESS) 299
Variations (Code 128) 156
Verify 153
Version 316
Version (Scan-See) 316
version number – TESS 233
vertical tab (CTRL K) 281
video attributes 274–275, 298
All Fld Video 298
Blink 275, 298
Bold 274, 298
Reverse 275, 298
Underline 275
View IDs 261
viewport, mapping 312
visible fields match 290
V Match Chr 290
volume, adjusting 257
VT220 Function keys – equivalent Psion
Teklogix keyboard Function keys 237
W
warm reset 32
Warm Reset (Shutdown menu) 82
warnings 192
warranty 4
wceusbsh.inf, installing D-4
wceusbsh.inf, updating D-2
WEC (Write Error Code) 305
Window Delay (Polling) 145
Windows® Start Menu See Start Menu 72
Windows CE
dialogue box 82
files, folders, & programs, working
with 68
Windows CE, navigating in 67
Windows Explorer 77
wireless connection setup 22
Wireless Information Tab 24
Wireless Properties tab 25
Wireless WAN 202–215
Wireless WAN icon 53
worldwide offices 4
wrap, auto 283
Wraparound 315
Write Error Code (WEC) 305
X
xa (transmitted acknowledgements) 242
xi (transmitted initialize messages) 242
X-Increment 261
xm (transmitted messages) 242
Xmit Count 276
Xmit Enter 282
Xmit key 278
Xmit Modes 276–279
Xmit Wait 277
x origin 285, 300
xr (retransmissions) 242
Y
Y/N parameters, enabling and disabling
245, 248
Y-Increment 261
y origin 285, 300
1D internal scanner 56
132-col. font 274
2D DataMatrix 186
2D imager scanner 57
2D Maxicode 186
2D Micro PDF-417 176, 186
2D PDF-417 176, 186
2D QR Code 186
2D Raster Expand Rate 164
2D Raster Height 164
2D RSS Code 177, 187
2D Scanning Mode 164
2D UPC Half Block Stitching 172
2392 Telnet See Emulation - 2392 Telnet
300
3274 Telnet See Emulation - 3274 Telnet
303
36-key keyboard
alpha keys, accessing 43
uppercase letters, creating 43
5250 emulation keys 229
5250 Telnet See Emulation - 5250 Telnet
305
58-key keyboard 42
7 bit parameter 277
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approvals 351
specifications 349
7535
approvals 348
off-line 235
specifications 347
80-col. font 274
802.IQ connection (ANSI) 269
802.IQ connection (TESS) 286
802.IQ v1(protocol)
Auto Radio Addr 253
802.IQ v2 318
802.1X authentication, enabling 27
802.11b Direct Sequence 351
802.11b radio, configuring 22
9010t connection (TESS) 286
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