APPLICATION MANUAL

APPLICATION MANUAL
APPLICATION MANUAL
Applications for M3 Mobile Devices
Version : 1.0.0
Release Date : 13 January, 2012
www.m3mobile.net
APPLICATION MANUAL
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Table of Contents
TABLE OF CONTENTS ........................................................................ 2
VERSION INFORMATION ................................................................... 3
CHAPTER 1. STARTUP GUIDE ............................................................ 4
1.1 StartUp.inf ................................................................................................................. 4
1.2 M3.ini ........................................................................................................................ 5
1.3 VisualINI ................................................................................................................. 13
CHAPTER 2. SCANNER .................................................................... 20
2.1 ScanEmul.exe .......................................................................................................... 20
CHAPTER 3. IMAGER...................................................................... 30
3.1 ScanTest.exe ........................................................................................................... 30
CHAPTER 4. LONG -RANGE SCANNER ................................................ 42
4.1 LRScanEmul.exe ...................................................................................................... 42
CHAPTER 5. CAMERA(CE) .............................................................. 52
5.1 Camera.exe ............................................................................................................. 52
CHAPTER 6. CAMERA(WM) ............................................................ 55
6.1 Camera.exe ............................................................................................................. 55
CHAPTER 7. RFID ......................................................................... 57
7.1 RFIDEmul.exe ......................................................................................................... 57
7.2 Helpful Tips ............................................................................................................. 62
CHAPTER 8. WLANTRAY ................................................................. 63
8.1 WlanTray.exe .......................................................................................................... 63
CHAPTER 9. GPS .......................................................................... 66
9.1 GPSManager.exe ..................................................................................................... 66
9.2 Helpful Tips ............................................................................................................. 68
CHAPTER 10. PRINTER ................................................................ 69
10.1 PRINTER.exe ......................................................................................................... 69
CHAPTER 11. APPCENTER .............................................................. 71
11.1 AppCenter.exe....................................................................................................... 76
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VERSION INFORMATION
Ver 1.0.0 (20120113)
MODULE
StartUp
SCANNER
(Software Decoder)
IMAGER
Long-Range
Scanner
CAMERA
RFID
WLanTray
GPS
PRINTER
AppCenter
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PROGRAM
VERSION
DATE
M3INIT.exe(CE)
Ver 1.3.0
2012-01-13
McStart.exe(WM)
Ver 1.5.0
2012-01-13
VisualINI.CAB(WM)
Ver 1.5.0
2012-01-13
ScanEmul.exe
Ver 1.0.0
2012-01-13
Scanner.dll
Ver 1.0.0
2012-01-13
ImagerEmul.exe
Ver 1.0.0
2012-01-13
Imager.dll
Ver 1.0.0
2012-01-13
LRScanEmul.exe
Ver 1.0.0
2012-01-13
LRScanner.dll
Ver 1.0.0
2012-01-13
Camera.exe
Ver 1.0.0
2012-01-13
CAM.dll
Ver 1.0.0
2012-01-13
RfidEmul.exe
Ver 2.0.0
2012-01-13
CFReader.dll
Ver 4.1.1
2012-01-13
WLanTray.exe
Ver 1.0.1
2010-10-12
GPSManager.exe
Ver 1.0.0
2012-01-13
GPS.dll
Ver 1.0.0
2012-01-13
Printer.exe
Ver 1.0.0
2012-01-13
M3AppCenterCe.exe
Ver 1.1.0
2012-01-13
M3AppCenterWm.exe
Ver 1.2.0
2012-01-13
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StartUp.inf & M3.ini & VisualINI
CHAPTER 1. STARTUP GUIDE
Product
M3 SKY
MM3
M3 ORANGE
Model
MC-7XX0S
MC-8000S
M3 ORANGE
Type
StartUp
StartUp
StartUp
OS
WM 6.1/6.5
WM 6.1
WM 6.5
Note
1.1 StartUp.inf
In StartUp.inf, user can write commands to copy, move or delete files, or to create folder, shortcut to a specific
application or registry values. Moreover, DLL register, unregister and auto run of an executable file is also possible.
Here is an example of CopyFile.
CopyFile=/H "\Flash Disk\Scanner\KScanBar.dll" "\Pages\KScanBar_TEST.dll"
This command is will copy KScanBar.dll which is located in \Flash Disk \Scanner folder to \Pages folder and rename it
to KScanBar_TEST.dll after hard reset (/H command, /S is used for soft reset).
For all commands (copy, delete, etc.), user can select when to execute the command; after hard reset or soft reset. In
addition, for copy and move commands, user can rename the file as show in the above example.
Command structure and example is described below:
// CopyFile=[execute type] [path to original file] [path to copy]
Eg: Example shown above.
// MoveFile=[execute type] [path to original file] [path to move]
Eg: MoveFile=/s "\My Documents\a.cab" "\Flash Disk\a.cab"
//DeleteFile=[execute type] [path to the file to delete]
Eg: DeleteFile=/H "\Flash Disk\a.lnk"
//CreateFolder=[execute type] [path to the folder to create]
Eg: CreateFolder=/h "\My Documents\hardreset"
//ShortCut=[execute type] [path to original file] [path to the quick link]
Eg: ShortCut=/s "\Flash Disk\a.exe" "\My Documents\a.lnk
//RegSetValue=[execute type] [data type (string, dword, etc)] [[path] : value]
Eg: RegSetValue=/s string [HKEY_CURRENT_USER\MCSetting\Scanner]test :"test"
Eg: RegSetValue=/s dword [HKEY_CURRENT_USER\MCSetting\Scanner]intTest : 68
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StartUp.inf & M3.ini & VisualINI
1.2 M3.ini
If you open M3.ini file with Notepad, you will see the following lines at the top of the page. These lines show compatible
devices and version information.
// M3SKY / MM3 / M3ORANGE
// Ver 1.5.0 Build:2012.01.13 Copyright 2011 M3Mobile, All Right reserved.
If not commented separately, '0' represents disable and '1' represents enable.
[SCANNER]
AutoON=0
ExeFile=\Flash Disk\Scanner\ScanEmul.exe
Setting AutoOn value to '1' will start ScanEmul automatically after soft/hard reset.
[RFID]
AutoON=0
ExeFile=\Flash Disk\RF_ID\RfidEmul.exe
Setting AutoOn value to '1' will start RfidEmul automatically after soft/hard reset.
[APPCENTER]
AutoON=0
ExeFile=\Flash Disk\AppCenter\M3AppCenterWm.exe
Setting AutoOn value to '1' will start AppCenter automatically after soft/hard reset.
[WLAN]
AutoON=0
[BLUETOOTH]
AutoON=0
[PHONE]
AutoON=0
Setting AutoOn value to ‘1’ will start WLAN, Bluetooth and phone automatically after hard/soft reset.
// Type
// Scanner
//
[DEVICE_TYPE]
Type=0
Scanner=0
- 0:MC7500S, 1:MC7700S, 2:MC7510S, 3:MC7100S, 4:MC7110S, 5:MC8000S,
6:MC7101S, 7:MC7501S, 8:MC7701S, 9:M3Orange
- 0:opticon scanner, 1:symbol scanner, 2: intermec scanner,
3: hhp scanner, 4: codecorp scanner
It is important to set device type correctly to make it work properly. For example, for example, if you are using MC7500
with Intermec scanner, set Type=0 and Scanner=2.
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[REGIONAL]
Install=0
PrimaryLanguage=12
SubLanguage=1
Users can select primary and sub languages. To make the changed applied, must set install value to ‘1’ and reset the
device. Refer to below table for primary and sub languages.
[PrimaryLanguage]
54:Afrikaans
77:Assamese
69:Bengali
26:Croatian
19:Dutch
41:Farsi
7:German
57:Hindi
16:Italian
63:Kazak
39:Lithuanian
88:Manipuri
20:Norwegian
70:Punjabi
26:Serbian
10:Spanish
73:Tamil
31:Turkish
42:Vietnamese
28:Albanian
44:Azeri
2:Bulgarian
5:Czech
9:English
11:Finnish
8:Greek
14:Hungarian
17:Japanese
87:Konkani
47:Macedonian
78:Marathi
72:Oriya
24:Romanian
89:Sindhi
65:Swahili
68:Tatar
34:Ukrainian
1:Arabic
45:Basque
3:Catalan
6:Danish
39:Estonian
12:Frence
71:Gujarati
15:Icelandic
77:Kannada
18:Korean
62:Malay
80:Mongolian
21:Ploish
25:Russian
27:Slovak
29:Swedish
74:Telugu
32:Urdu
43:Armenian
35:Belaruslan
4:Chinese
101:Divehi
56:Faeroese
55:Georgian
13:Hebrew
33:Indonesian
96:Kashmiri
38:Latvian
76:Malayalam
97:Nepali
22:Portuguese
79:Sanskrit
36:Slovenian
90:Syriac
30:Thai
67:Uzbek
[Sub-Language]
Arabic
1:Arabic(Saudi Arabia), 2:Arabic(Iraq), 3:Arabic(Egypt),
4:Arabic(Libya), 5:Arabic(Algeria), 6:Arabic(Morocco),
7:Arabic(Tunisia), 8:Arabic(Oman), 9:Arabic(Yemen),
10:Arabic(Syria), 11:Arabic(Jordan), 12:Arabic(Lebanon),
13:Arabic(Kuwait), 14:Arabic(U.A.E), 15:Arabic(Bahrain),
16:Arabic(Qatar)
Azeri
1:Azeri(Latin), 2:Azeri(Cyrillic)
Chinese
1:Chinese(Taiwan), 2:Chinese(PR China), 3:Chinese(Hong Kong S.A.R.,
P.R.C.), 4:Chinese(Singapore), 5:Chinese(Macau S.A.R.)
Dutch
1:Dutch, 2:Dutch(Belgian)
English
1:English(USA), 2:English(UK), 3:English(Australian),
4:English(Canadian), 5:English(New Zealand), 6:English(Irish),
7:English(South Africa), 8:English(Jamaica), 9:English(Caribbean),
10:English(Belize), 11:English(Trinidad), 12:English(Zimbabwe),
13:English(Philippines)
French
1:French, 2:French(Belgian), 3:French(Canadian), 4:French(Swiss),
5:French(Luxembourg), 6:French(Monaco)
German
1:German, 2:German(Swiss), 3:German(Austrian),
4:German(Luxembourg), 5:German(Liechtenstein)
Italian
1:Italian, 2:Italian(Swiss)
Kashmiri
2:Kashmiri(India)
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Korean
Lithuanian
Malay
Nepali
Norwegian
Portuguese
Serbian
Spanish
Swedish
Urdu
Uzbek
StartUp.inf & M3.ini & VisualINI
1:Korean(Extended Wansung)
1:Lithuanian, 2:Lithuanian(Classic)
1:Malay(Malaysia), 2:Malay(Brunei Darussalam)
1:Nepali(India)
1:Norwegian(Bokmal), 2:Norwegian(Nynorsk)
1:Portuguese(Brazilian), 2:Portuguese
1:Serbian(Latin), 2:Serbian(Cyrillic)
1:Spanish(Castilian), 2:Spanish(Mexican), 3:Spanish(Modern),
4:Spanish(Guatemala), 5:Spanish(Costa Rica),
6:Spanish(Panama), 7:Spanish(Dominican Republic),
8:Spanish(Venezuela), 9:Spanish(Colombia), 10:Spanish(Peru),
11:Spanish(Argentina), 12:Spanish(Ecuador), 13:Spanish(Chile),
14:Spanish(Uruguay), 15:Spanish(Paraguay),16:Spanish(Bolivia),
17:Spanish(El Salvador), 18:Spanish(Honduras),
19:Spanish(Nicaragua), 20:Spanish(Puerto Rico)
1:Swedish, 2:Swedish(Finland)
1:Urdu(Pakistan), 2:Urdu(India)
1:Uzbek(Latin), 2:Uzbek(Cyrillic)
[M3SKY_SIDE_KEY]
Install=0
LEFTDOWN=0
LEFTUP=0
RIGHTDOWN=0
RIGHTUP=0
Blue=0
Yellow=0
SOFT1=0
SOFT2=0
[M3SKY_SIDE_KEY_QWERTY]
Install=0
Only_SendEnd=0
LEFTDOWN=0
LEFTUP=0
RIGHTDOWN=0
RIGHTUP=0
SOFT1=0
SOFT2=0
SEND=0
END=0
SCAN=0
TAB=0
ACTION=0
LEFT=0
RIGHT=0
UP=0
DOWN=0
[MM3_SIDE_KEY]
Install=0
LEFTSOFT=1
RIGHTSOFT=1
SEND=1
END=1
GREEN=1
YELLOW=1
BACKSPACE=1
TAB=1
ESC=1
SHIFT=1
For SKY, SKY QWERTY and MM3, key customization can also be done in M3.ini. To make the changes are affected, must
set the install value to ‘1’ and reset the device. Make sure you change the right entry and install value of the other device
is ‘0’. For example, changing MM3 values will not work on the other devices. More details on key customization are
available on Support webpage.
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// PowerTimeOut
- 0:UnInstall 1:Install
// TimeOut
- 0:Default=2min 1:1min 2:2min 3:3min 4:4min 5:5min
// ACTimeOut - 0:Default=5min 1:1min 2:2min 3:5min 4:10min 5:15min 6:30min
// CheckTimeOut, CheckACTimeOu
- 0:Uncheck 1:Check
[POWER_TIMEOUT]
Install=0
ACInstall=0
CheckTimeOut=0
CheckACTimeOut=0
TimeOut=0
ACTimeOut=0
Power_Timeout configures the power options which is also available in
[Start] → [Settings] → [System] → [Power] → [Advanced]
CheckTimeOut=1 checks the checkbox of 'On battery power'
and TimeOut sets the time
CheckACTimeOut=1 checks the checkbox of ‘On external
power’ and ACTimeOut sets the time
To use these options, make sure that the install value of
corresponding item is ‘1’
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// BackLightTimeOut - 0:UnInstall 1:Install
// TimeOut - 0:Default=30sec 1:10sec 2:30sec 3:1min 4:2min 5:3min 6:4min 7:5min
// ACTimeOut - 0:Default=1min 1:1min 2:2min 3:3min 4:4min 5:5min 6:6min 7:7min
8:8min 9:9min 10:10min
[BACKLIGHT_TIMEOUT]
Install=0
ACInstall=0
CheckTimeOut=0
CheckACTimeOut=0
TimeOut=0
ACTimeOut=0
BACKLIGHT_TIMEOUT configures the backlight options which is also available in [Start] → [Settings] → [System]
→ [Backlight]
CheckTimeOut= 1 checks the checkbox
of ‘Turn off backlight...’ and TimeOut
sets the time.
CheckACTimeOut=1 checks the checkbox
of ‘Turn off backlight...’ in ‘External Power’
tab and ACTimeOut sets the time.
To use these options, make sure that the install value of corresponding item is ‘1’
// BackLight
// Level : 0
[BACKLIGHT_LEVEL]
Install=0
Level=4
- 0:UnInstall 1:Install
- 9
BACKLIGHT_LEVEL controls the brightness of the backlight which is also available in [Start]  [Settings]  [System]
 [Backlight]  [Brightness]
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// Volume
// Mute
// Volume / PhoneVolume
4:0xCCCCCCCC 5:0xFFFFFFFF
[VOLUME]
Install=0
PhoneInstall=0
Volume=3
PhoneVolume=3
Mute=0
StartUp.inf & M3.ini & VisualINI
- 0:UnInstall 1:Install
- 0:UnInstall 1:Install
- 0: 0x00000000 1:0x33333333 2:0x66666666 3:0x99999999
Volume control option is available in 6 levels as shown in the
picture
Volume refers to the device sound (left)
Phone Volume refers to the phone speaker volume (right)
Mute will mute the both device volume and speaker volume (same
function as off button at the bottom)
The following options are used to run XML files in startup. File names are fixed to Network.xml, GPRS.xml and
ProxyServer.xml for network, GPRS and proxy server respectively. With this option, XML files will automatically setup
the connection.
[SET_NETWORK]
Install=0
[SET_GPRS]
Install=0
[SET_PROXYSERVER]
Install=0
[IE]
Install=0
StartPage=http://www.google.com/pda
This option sets the internet homepage.
[CAB_INSTALL]
Install=0
InstallFile=\Flash Disk\Driver\Test.CAB
User can add CAB file installation in startup after hard/soft reset. If you wish to auto install more than one CAB file, you
can add in the same format; for example, [CAB_INSTALL_2] and [CAB_INSTALL_3]. It supports up to 100 CAB files
for auto installation at the startup. However, you need to consider the flash disk size.
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[GPRS_INSTALL]
Install=1
InstallFile=\Flash Disk\Driver\WWAN_Manager.CAB
Install WWAN Manager automatically after hard/soft reset.
[CF_INSTALL]
Install=0
InstallFile=\Flash Disk\Driver\NETCFv35.wm.armv4i.cab
Set the install value to ‘1’ if you wish to install .NET Compact Framework ver. 3.5 automatically after hard/soft reset.
NETCF ver. 2.0 is pre-installed on the device.
[VISUALINI_INSTALL]
Install=1
InstallFile=\Flash Disk\Driver\VisualINI.CAB
Installation options for VisualINI. VisualINI provides the same controllability as the M3.ini but all options can be
configured on the device rather than opening with Notepad. You will see ‘StartUp’ icon in [Settings][System] as
shown in the below picture if VisualINI is installed.
There are 13 tabs available in VisualINI (StartUp); StartUp tab to DLL tab. More detail on VisualINI is available on
Support webpage .
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[REBOOT]
Install=0
This option controls auto reset when McStart.exe is run.
[INI_LOCK]
Install=0
PassWord=M3Mobile
This option assigns password for VisualINI.
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1.3 VisualINI
1. StartUp Page
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LOCK SETUP: If Password clicks, password input page
will be showed up every time when program starts
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User can set whether to use password
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Case-sensitive, non-usable special character

Password can be used with alphabet and numbers
only.
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Initial PassWord: m3mobile
DEVICE SETUP
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DEVICE: Device model setting
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SCANNER: Device engine type setting
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WLAN ON: Runs WLAN automatically when booting.
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BT ON: Runs Bluetooth automatically when booting.
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Phone ON: Runs Phone automatically when booting.
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ScanEmul ON: Runs ScanEmul automatically when
booting.
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RFIDEmul ON: Runs RFIDEmul automatically when
booting.
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AppCenter On: Runs AppCenter Automatically
when booting
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Save and Reset: Reboots after the Startup setting.
2. SideKey Page
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SIDEKEY SETUP Page
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Key type
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13
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M3SKY: Default / VK_ESCAPE / VK_F13 / VK_F14 /
VK_F16 / VK_F17 / SIP on/off / VK_RETURN
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MM3: None / Default / SIP ON/OFF / VK_APP1 /
VK_APP2 / VK_RETURN / VK_CONTROL / VK_SHIFT /
VK_ESCAPE / Launch Program1 / Launch Program2 /
Launch Program3
Install: Sets up the user-defined SideKey when booting
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3. Install Page
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CAB file setup Page
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INSTALL SETUP
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StartUp.inf & M3.ini & VisualINI
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GPRS: WWAN_Manager installation setting
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CF: .Net CF3.5 installation setting
CAB INSTALL SETUP
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Set up the CAB file what user wants to install
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Search: Searches file within folder
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ADD: Adds the selected file to a list box
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DEL: Deletes the selected file in a list box
4. Regional_SetUp Page
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Local language and Internet / XML setup Page
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REGIONAL SETUP
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Primary: Major language setup
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Sub: Subsidiary language setup
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Regional Install: whether to apply user defined
INTERNET EXPLORER
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Internet start page setup
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IE Install: Applies user defined Startup page
XML_SETUP
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The file name is fixed as
Network.XML/GPRS.XML/ProxyServer.XML
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Check the file what user wants to install
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5. Option Page
StartUp.inf & M3.ini & VisualINI
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Power / Backlight / Volume setup Page
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Power TimeOut
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BATTERY: Set up the power timeout in using battery
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AC: Set up the power timeout in using AC power
BackLight TimeOut
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BATTERY: Set up the light timeout in using battery
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AC: Set up the light timeout in using AC power
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BackLight Level: Set up the backlight level when booting
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Volume
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DEVICE: Set up the main volume when booting
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BELL: Set up the call volume when booting
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Mute: Set up the mute when booting
6. Create Folder Page
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Setup the Create Folder when booting
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Hard / Soft Reset: Set up hard reset / soft reset
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PATH: Set up the folder path
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ADD: Add folder to a list box
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DEL: Delete folder in a list box
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7. CopyFile Page
StartUp.inf & M3.ini & VisualINI
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Setup the Copy file when booting
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Hard / Soft Reset: Set up hard reset / soft reset
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Search: Search files to copy
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PATH: Set up the file path to be copied
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Sleep: Set up sleep time after copy
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ADD: Add Copyfile to a list box
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DEL: Delete Copyfile in a list box
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Setup the Move file when booting
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Hard / Soft Reset: Setup hard reset / soft reset
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Search: Search file to move

PATH: Set up the file path to be moved
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Sleep: Set up sleep time after move
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ADD: Add Movefile to a list box
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DEL: Delete Movefile in a list box
8. MoveFile Page
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9. DeleteFile page
StartUp.inf & M3.ini & VisualINI
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Setup the Delete file when booting
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Hard / Soft Reset: Setup hard reset / soft reset

Search: Search file to delete

ADD: Add Deletefile to a list box

DEL: Delete Deletefile in a list box

Setup the RunExe when booting

Hard / Soft Reset: Setup hard reset / soft reset

Search: Search file to auto-run

Arguments: Setup auto-run file parameter

ADD: Add RunExe to a list box

DEL: Delete RunExe in a list box
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11. Shortcut Page
StartUp.inf & M3.ini & VisualINI

Setup the ShortCut when booting

Hard / Soft Reset: Setup hard reset / soft reset

Search: Search file to create the shortcut

PATH: Setup the path to create the shortcut

ADD: Add ShorCut to a list box

DEL: Delete ShortCut in a list box

Setup the Registry value when booting

Hard / Soft Reset: Setup hard reset / soft reset

Path Setting: Set up the registry path

NAME: Input the registry name

VALUE: Input the registry value

ADD: Add RegSetValue to a list box

DEL: Delete RegSetValue in a list box
12. Regsetvalue Page
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13. DllRegisterServer Page
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StartUp.inf & M3.ini & VisualINI

Setup the DLLREGISTERSERVER when booting

Hard / Soft Reset: Setup hard reset / soft reset

Search: Search dll files to register to server

ADD: Add DllRegisterServer to a list box

DEL: Delete DllRegisterServer in a list box
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Scanner
CHAPTER 2. SCANNER
Product
M3 GREEN
M3 SKY
M3 POS
M3 T
MM3
M3 SAMRT
M3 ORANGE
Model
MC-6XX0S
MC-7XX0S
MC-8800S
MC-6700S/H
MC-8000S
M3 Smart
M3 Orange
Type
S/W & H/W Decoder
S/W & H/W Decoder
S/W Decoder
S/W Decoder
S/W Decoder
S/W & H/W Decoder
S/W & H/W Decoder
OS
CE 5.0
WM 6.1/6.5
CE 5.0
CE 5.0
WM 6.1
CE 6.0/WM 6.5
WM 6.5
Note
Symbol H/W Decoder
Cino H/W Decoder
Cino H/W Decoder
Cino H/W Decoder
2.1 ScanEmul.exe
1. Main Page

ScanEmul is properly launched if you can see ScanEmul
tray icon at the bottom
2. Pop-up menu appears when you click the icon
 Option: Configures general Emulator options
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Symbology: Configures options Regarding Symbology
Option

Symbology Option: Configures options Regarding Detail
Symbology Option

Prefix / Suffix: Enter data or command at the front or
end of barcode data

About: Information of ScanEmul

Result Window: Tests reading of barcodes

Close: Close the program
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3. Option

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SyncMode

Async: Emits beam while the scan button is pressed.
Limited by the TimeOut

Sync: Emits beam for TimeOut period
Output

keyboard Msg: Outputs the result as keyboard type

Clipboard: Outputs the result to clipboard
Reading Option

Time Out: Beam emitting duration

Security Level: Determines how many successful
read output the result
Ex) ‘2’ means it needs to successfully read the
barcode twice to output the result
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Carriage Return: Send VK_RETURN message after
read

Vibrate: Vibrate after a successful scan. Only valid
for terminals with phone module

Transmit AIMID: Output AIM ID of the barcode

Continue Mode: Emits beam constantly even after
reading

Wide Scan: Controls the width of the beam

High Filter Mode: Improved filter of scan engine.
Improves accuracy but slows decoding
Sound

Default: default sound after a successful scan

Beep: Beeps after a successful scan

No Sound: No sound after a successful scan

Wav: user defined wav sound
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4. Symbology

Enable or disable 14 different types of barcode

Advanced configuration for each barcode

Enter advanced settings for each barcode type by click on them
5. Symbology Option
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< UPC-A >
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ENABLE: Enable barcode decoding

Transmit Number System: Front most number output option

Transmit Check Digit: Check digit output option

Convert UPC-A as EAN-13: Converts UPC-A to EAN13 by
adding ‘0’ at the front

Add On 2/5: Option to read two consecutive barcodes when
UPC-A types have neighboring additional barcodes (2 and 5
spaces)

ENABLE: Enable barcode decoding

Transmit Number System: Front most number output option

Transmit Check Digit: Check digit output option

Convert option
< UPC-E >
< EAN-13 >
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Scanner

NOT CONVERT: Does not convert barcodes

UPC-E as UPC-A: Convert to UPC-A by inserting ‘0’ in the
data

UPC-E as EAN-13: Convert to EAN-13 by adding ‘0’ at
the front and in the middle of data

ENABLE: Enable barcode decoding

ENABLE BOOKLAND: Enable BOOKLAND_EAN barcodes.
When unchecked, it will read BOOKLAND_EAN type as simple
EAN-13

Transmit Check Digit: Check digit output option

Add On 2/5: Option to read two consecutive barcodes when
EAN-13 types have neighboring additional barcodes (2 and 5
spaces)
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< EAN-8 >
Scanner

ENABLE: Enable barcode decoding

Transmit Check Digit: Check digit output option

Convert EAN-8 as EAN-13: convert to EAN-13 by adding five
zeros at the front of the data

ENABLE: Enable barcode decoding

Check Digit Verification: Only decodes the barcode with
check digit

Transmit Check Digit: Check digit output option

Format
< Code39 >
STANDARD:

ENABLE CODE32: Enable CODE32 barcodes. When
selected, it will read CODE32 type as simple CODE39

ENABLE PZN: Enable PZN barcodes. When unchecked, it
will read PZN type as simple CODE39

ENABLE TRIOPTIC: Enable TRIOPTIC barcodes. When
unchecked, it will read TRIOPTIC type as simple CODE39

Full ASCII Conversion: Outputs the letters when letters
are included in the data

Min / Max Length: Minimum and maximum length of the
readable data

ENABLE: Enable barcode decoding

ENABLE UCC/EAN-128: Enable UCC/EAN-128 barcodes.
When checked, it will read UCC/EAN-128 type as simple
CODE39

Function ASCII: Allows the user to insert data for supported
types of CODE128 barcodes

Min / Max Length: Minimum and maximum length of the
readable data
< Code128>
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< Code93 >
Scanner

ENABLE: Enable barcode decoding

Min / Max Length: Minimum and maximum length of the
readable data

ENABLE: Enable barcode decoding

Transmit Check Digit: Check digit output option

Check Digit Verification: Only decodes the barcode with
check digit(s)

Min / Max Length: Minimum and maximum length of the
readable data

ENABLE: Enable barcode decoding

ENABLE ITF14: Enable ITF14 barcodes

ENABLE MATRIX 2OF5: Enable MATRIX 2OF5 barcodes

ENABLE DATALOGIC: Enable DATALOGIC barcodes

ENABLE INDUSTRY: Enable INDUSTRY barcodes

ENABLE IATA: Enable IATA barcodes

Check Digit Verification: Only decodes the barcode with
check digit

Min / Max Length: Minimum and maximum length of the
readable data
< Code11 >
< CODE25 >
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< CODABAR >
Scanner

ENABLE: Enable barcode decoding

Transmit Start-Stop: Outputs start-stop bit of Codabar type
barcodes

Min / Max Length: Minimum and maximum length of the
readable data

ENABLE: Enable barcode decoding

ENABLE: Enable barcode decoding

Transmit Check Digit: Check digit output option

Check Digit Verification
< KOREA POST >
< MSI >

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
MOD 10

MOD 10/10

MOD 10/11
Min / Max Length: Minimum and maximum length of the
readable data
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Scanner

ENABLE: Enable barcode decoding

ENABLE GS1 LIMITED: Enable barcode decoding

ENABLE GS1 EXPENDED: Enable barcode decoding

ENABLE: Enable barcode decoding

Numeric Mode: Enable Numeric Mode
< TELEPEN >
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6. Prefix / Suffix

Prefix: Enter data or command at the front of barcode
data

Suffix: Enter data or command at the end of barcode
data

Vertical Tab: Enables Vertical tab only even in Skip
Escape mode

Horizontal Tab: Enables Horizontal tab only even in Skip
Escape mode

Cannot enter commands if clipboard output is used
7. About
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Shows versions of

Firmware

Engine Type

Decoder

DLL
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8. Result Window
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
BarCode Type and data is displayed

Scan: Start scanning

Scan Cancel: Stop scanning

Close: Close the Display
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CHAPTER 3. IMAGER
Product
M3 GREEN
M3 SKY
M3 POS
M3 T
MM3
M3 SAMRT
M3 ORANGE
Model
MC-61X0S
MC-77X0S
MC-8800S
MC-6700S/H
MC-8000S
M3 Smart
M3 Orange
Type
S/W Decoder
S/W Decoder
S/W Decoder
S/W Decoder
S/W Decoder
S/W Decoder
S/W Decoder
OS
CE 5.0
WM 6.1/6.5
CE 5.0
CE 5.0
WM 6.1
WM 6.5
WM 6.5
Note
3.1 ScanTest.exe
1. First view of the program

ScanEmul is properly launched if you can ScanEmul tray
icon at the bottom
2. Pop-up menu appears when you click the icon
 Option: Configures general Emulator options
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
Symbology: Configures options Regarding Symbology
Option

Prefix / Suffix: Enter data or command at the front or
end of barcode data

Imager Camera: The camera using imager module

IQ Imager: IntellImage

About: Information of ScanEmul

Result Window: Tests reading of barcodes

Close: Close the program
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SyncMode

Async: Emits beam while the scan button is pressed,
limited by the TimeOut

Sync: Emits beam for TimeOut period
Output

Clipboard: Outputs the result to clipboard

keyboard Msg: Outputs the result as keyboard type
Reading Option

Time Out: Beam emitting duration

Camera Switching: Enable Camera Switching switch
between imager and camera

Centering Mode: Enable decode Centering Mode

Vibrate: Vibrate after a successful scan. Only valid for
terminals with phone module

Transmit AIMID: Output AIM ID of the barcode

Continue Mode: Emits beam constantly even after reading

Hex Mode: Display the barcode data as a Hex value

Carriage Return: Send VK_RETURN message after read

Light Mode

NO Light: Neither aimers or illumination used during
scanning

Aimer Only: Aimer only used during scanning

Light Only: Illumination LEDs only used during
scanning

Both Aimer & Light: Alternating aimer and
illumination during scanning
Sound

Default: default sound after a successful scan

Beep: Beeps after a successful scan

No Sound: No sound after a successful scan

Wav: User defined wav sound
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< Set Contering >

Imager
Intersection Window

Top

Left

Right

Bottom
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Decode Mode

Standard OMNI

QUICK OMNI(2D)

AGRESSIVE LINEAR(1D)

Linear Range: Valid range is 1-6

Print Weight: Valid range is 1-7

Max Decoder(mSec): Valid range 1-10,000, ‘0’ is disable

Max Search(mSec): Valid range 1-10,000, ‘0’ is disable

Video Reverse: Enable video reverse
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4. Symbology

Advanced configuration for each barcode

Enable or disable 49 different types of barcode

Enter advanced settings for each barcode type by click on them

ENABLE: Enable barcode decoding

Check Digit Verification: Only decodes the barcode with
check digit

Transmit Check Digit: Check digit output option

Transmit Start-Stop: Outputs start-stop bit of Codabar type
barcodes

ENABLE: Enable barcode decoding

Check Digit Verification: Only decodes the barcode with
check digit
< Codabar >
< Code11 >
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< Code39 >

ENABLE: Enable barcode decoding

Format : Enable Standard / Code32 / Trioptic

Check Digit Verification: Only decodes the barcode with
check digit

Transmit Check Digit: Check digit output option

Full ASCII Conversion: Outputs the letters when letters are
included in the data

ENABLE: Enable barcode decoding

Composite_UPC: Enable UPC composite codes

ENABLE: Enable barcode decoding

Transmit Check Digit: Check digit output option

Add On: Option to read two consecutive barcodes when UPC-A
types have neighboring additional barcodes
< Composite >
< Ean8 >
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< Ean13 >

ENABLE: Enable barcode decoding

Transmit Check Digit: Check digit output option

Add On: Option to read two consecutive barcodes when UPC-A
types have neighboring additional barcodes

ENABLE: Enable barcode decoding

Check Digit Verification: Only decodes the barcode with
check digit

Transmit Check Digit: Check digit output option

ENABLE: Enable barcode decoding

Mode
< INT25 >
< OCR >

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Imager

OCR_Desable

OCR_A

OCR_B

OCR_MONEY

OCR_MICR_Unsupport
Template: A null-terminated string that indicates one or more
template patterns for the OCR decode. All characters in the font
are matched as is, except for the following

a – alphanumeric character

c – check character

d – a digit from 0-9

e – any character

g – any character specified in group G

h – any character specified in group H

i – alphabetic letter
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r – delimits a row

t – delimits multiple templates

GroupG: A null-terminated string that defines the set of
characters matching group ‘g’ in a template

GroupH: A null-terminated string that defines the set of
characters matching group ‘h’ in a template

CheckChar: A null-terminated string that defines the legal
characters for checksum computation in a decoded message,
use the string constant ‘0123456789’ for modulo 10 checksums,
and the string constant
‘0123456789ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ’ for modulo 36
checksums

ENABLE: Enable barcode decoding

Transmit Check Digit: Check digit output option

ENABLE: Enable barcode decoding

RSS Limited: Enable RSS Limited barcode decoding

RSS Expended: Enable RSS Expended barcode decoding
< PostNet >
< RSS >
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< UPC-A >

ENABLE: Enable barcode decoding

Transmit Check Digit: Check digit output option

Transmit Number System: Front most number output option

Add On: Option to read two consecutive barcodes when UPC-A
types have neighboring additional barcodes

ENABLE: Enable barcode decoding

Transmit Check Digit: Check digit output option

Transmit Number System: Front most number output option

Add On: Option to read two consecutive barcodes when UPC-A
types have neighboring additional barcodes

ENABLE: Enable barcode decoding

Transmit Check Digit: Check digit output option

ENABLE: Enable barcode decoding
< UPC-E >
< Planet >
< MSI >
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
Transmit Check Digit: Check digit output option

ENABLE: Enable barcode decoding

Numeric Mode

ENABLE: Enable barcode decoding

PosiCode Limited1: Enable PosiCode Limited1 barcode
decoding

PosiCode Limited2: Enable PosiCode Limited2 barcode
decoding

Prefix: Enter data or command at the front of barcode
data

Suffix: Enter data or command at the end of barcode
data

Vertical Tab: Enables Vertical tab only even in Skip
Escape mode

Horizontal Tab: Enables Horizontal tab only even in Skip
Escape mode
< Telepen >
< PosiCode >
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6. Imgaer Camera

Perview Start: Starts the Preview

Perview Stop: Stops the Preview

Capture: Saves picture after capturing

Camera Option: Move to Option Page

Viewer: Shows saved picture

Option: Move to Option Page

Close: Close the Imager Camera

Save Format: Select the save format(Jpg/Bmp)

Can Option
< Camera Option >


Jpeg Quality: Set Jpeg Quality

Resolution: Select the resolution of imager
Save Option

Save Folder: Set the save path

Save Mode

Date Mode: Auto name format

Custom With Num Name: Set the name if the Name
Type is Custom Mode

Custom Mode: User-defined name format

File Name: Set the save File Name

Image Viewer
< Viewer >
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7.IQ Imager
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IQ Start: Starts the IQ Imager

IQ Stop: Stops the IQ Imager

IQ Option: Move to IQ Option Page

Close: Close the IQ Imager

IQ Type: Select the save IQ Type(AZTEC/CODE39)

Save Option
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Date Mode: Auto name format

Custom With Num Name: Set the name if the Name
Type is Custom Mode

Custom Mode: User-defined name format

OK: Sets the Option

Cancel: Cancel the Option
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Imager
8. About
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Shows versions of those listed below.

Driver

Decoder
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DLL
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BarCode Type and data is displayed

Scan: Start scanning

Scan Cancel: Stop scanning

Close: Close the Display
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Long-Range Scanner
CHAPTER 4. LONG -RANGE SCANNER
Product
MM3
Model
MC-8000S
Type
H/W Decoder
OS
WM 6.1
Note
Long-Range 2D Scanner
4.1 LRScanEmul.exe
1. First view of the program

2. Pop-up menu appears when you click the icon


ScanEmul is properly launched if you can see ScanEmul
tray icon at the bottom.
Option: Configures general Emulator options.
Symbology: Configures options Regarding Symbology
Option
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
Prefix / Suffix: Enter data or command at the front or end
of barcode data

About: Information of ScanEmul

Result Window: Tests reading of barcodes.

Close: Close the program
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Long-Range Scanner
3. Option



SyncMode

Async: Emits beam while the scan button is pressed.
Limited by the TimeOut

Sync: Emits beam for TimeOut period
Output

Clipboard: Display outputs on clipboard

keyboard Msg: Outputs the result as keyboard type
Reading Option

Time Out: Beam emitting duration

Security Level: Determines how many successful
read output the result.
Ex) ‘2’ means it needs to successfully read the
barcode twice to output the result
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Continue Mode: Emits beam constantly even after
reading

Vibrate: Vibrate after a successful scan. Only valid
for terminals with phone module

Carriage Return: Send VK_RETURN message after
read

Transmit AIMID: Output AIM ID of the barcode

Center Decoder Mode: Enable decode Centering
Mode
Sound

Default: default sound after a successful scan

Beep: Beeps after a successful scan

No Sound: No sound after a successful scan

Wav: User defined wav sound
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Long-Range Scanner
4. Symbology

Advanced configuration for each barcode

Enable or disable 14 different types of barcode

Enter advanced settings for each barcode type by click on them

ENABLE: Enable barcode decoding

Check Digit Verification: Only decodes the barcode with
check digit

Transmit Check Digit: Check digit output option

Transmit Start-Stop: Outputs start-stop bit of Codabar type
barcodes

ENABLE(CODABLOCK-A): Enable barcode decoding

ENABLE CODABLOCK-F: Enable CODABLOCK-F barcode
decoding
< CODABAR >
< CODABLOCK >
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< Code11 >
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ENABLE: Enable barcode decoding

Transmit Check Digit: Check digit output option

Check Digit Verification: Only decodes the barcode with
check digit
< Code39 >

1 Check Digit: Only decodes the barcode with one check
digit

2 Check Digit: Only decodes the barcode with two check
digits

ENABLE: Enable barcode decoding

Check Digit Verification: Only decodes the barcode with
check digit

Transmit Check Digit: Check digit output option

Full ASCII Conversion: Outputs the letters when letters are
included in the data

ENABLE: Enable barcode decoding

ENABLE GS1-128: Enable GS1-128 barcode decoding

ENABLE ISBT 128: Enable ISBT 128 barcode decoding
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< UPC-A>
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ENABLE: Enable barcode decoding

Transmit Number System: Front most number output option

Transmit Check Digit: Check digit output option

Convert UPC-A as EAN-13: Converts UPC-A to EAN13 by
adding ‘0’ at the front

Add On 2/5: Option to read two consecutive barcodes when
UPC-A types have neighboring additional barcodes (2 and 5
spaces)

ENABLE: Enable barcode decoding

Transmit Check Digit: Check digit output option

Convert EAN-8 as EAN-13: Convert to EAN-13 by adding five
zeros at the front of the data

ENABLE: Enable barcode decoding

ENABLE ISxN: Enable ISxN barcode decoding

Transmit Check Digit: Check digit output option

Add On 2/5: Option to read two consecutive barcodes when
UPC-A types have neighboring additional barcodes (2 and 5
spaces)
< EAN-8 >
< EAN-13 >
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ENABLE(CC-A/B): Enable barcode decoding

ENABLE CC-C: Enable CC-C barcode decoding

ENABLE: Enable barcode decoding

ENABLE GS1 LIMITED: Enable GS1 LIMITED barcode
decoding

ENABLE GS1 EXPENDED: Enable GS1 EXPENDED barcode
decoding

ENABLE: Enable barcode decoding

Check Digit Verification: Only decodes the barcode with
check digit

Transmit Check Digit: Check digit output option
< GS1 DATABAR >
< INT25>
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< MSI >
Long-Range Scanner

ENABLE: Enable barcode decoding

Transmit Check Digit: Check digit output option

Check Digit Verification

MOD 10: A check digit is MOD 10

MOD 10/10: Both check digits are MOD 10
< PLESSEY >

ENABLE: Enable barcode decoding

Transmit Check Digit: Check digit output option

ENABLE: Enable barcode decoding

Transmit Check Digit: Check digit output option

ENABLE: Enable barcode decoding

Check Digit Verification: Only decodes the barcode with
check digit

Transmit Check Digit: Check digit output option
< POSTNET >
< STD 25 >
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ENABLE: Enable barcode decoding

Numeric Mode: Enable Numeric Mode
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5. Prefix / Suffix

Prefix: Enter data or command at the front of barcode
data

Suffix: Enter data or command at the end of barcode
data

Vertical Tab: Enables Vertical tab only even in Skip
Escape mode

Horizontal Tab: Enables Horizontal tab only even in Skip
Escape mode

Cannot enter commands if clipboard output is used

Shows versions of
6. About
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
Firmware
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Decoder

CO-PROCESSOR

DLL
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Bar Code Type and data is displayed

Scan: Start scanning

Scan Cancel: Stop scanning

Close: Close the Display
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Camera(CE)
CHAPTER 5. CAMERA(CE)
Product
M3 GREEN
M3 T
M3 POS
Model
MC-6300/6400/6500
MC-6700
MC-9000
Type
2.0 M FF
3.0 M AF
2.0 M FF
OS
CE 5.0
CE 5.0
CE 5.0
Note
5.1 Camera.exe
1. Main Screen
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
Start / Stop: Start or Stop preview

Captr: Captures the preview image and automatically
saves it in \Flash Disk\Camera\Photo

Fls On / Off: Turns on or off the flash when capturing a
picture.

AF: Auto focusing function

Zoom - 1 X: Sets Zoom in and out (Displays a current
status on button)

Option: Displays window for setting options

MAF / AAF: Manual Auto Focusing and Auto Auto
Focusing can be set (supported in M3T only)

AAF: Running AF function when the subject is moved
in preview image or the environment is changed

MAF: Manually setting for AF function

X: Closes the camera program

AF Window: The red square box at the center of preview
will turn to green when Autofocus is done
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Camera(CE)
2. Option Screen (Displays a current status on button)
 Effect – Normal: Sets effect of picture

Resolution – 2048X1546: Sets size of picture

Save – Date: Date mode names the taken picture
according to the system date and Custom mode names
the taken picture as user-defined

Format – JPG: Sets format of picture

EXIF – TRUE: Sets up whether the EXIF(exchangeable
image file format) information is added when capturing
JPG picture

GPS – OFF: Sets up whether the GPS information is
included in EXIF information (applied for GPS supported
device only)

Custom Save Path: Assigns the file’s location and name
to be stored when the Save Mode is custom

Exposure Value: Sets brightness of picture

Version: Camera program version and DLL version can
be identified

EXIF: Shows EXIF information

Delete: Deletes images
3. Viewer
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Camera(CE)
EXIF Information

Title: Shows the name of picture

Make: Displays the name of manufacturing company

Model: Outputs the model name of device

Date Time: Displays the date and time of picture

Flash: Displays whether the flash was on or off
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Camera(WM)
CHAPTER 6. CAMERA(WM)
Product
M3 SKY
M3 ORANGE
MM3
Model
MC-7X00S
M3 OREANGE
MC-8000S
Type
2.0 M FF
3.0 M AF
2.0 M FF
OS
WM 6.1/6.5
WM 6.5
WM 6.1
Note
6.1 Camera.exe
1. Main Screen

Capture: Captures the preview image and automatically
saves it in \My Documents \My Pictures (default
folder)

Option: Enters option Page. Option button is disabled
when the preview is on

Preview Start / Stop: Start or Stop preview

Flash On / Off: Turns on or off the flash when capturing
a picture

AutoFocus: Auto focusing function

Video Mode: Enters video mode. In video mode, the
button will change to Still Mode

AF Window: The red square box at the center of preview
will turn to green when Autofocus is done

Resolution / Compression level:
Settings for image size and quality

Brightness / White Balance / Night mode:
General settings for imaging (Night mode cannot be
supported in maximum resolution.)

AF type
2. Image Option Screen
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
Manual AF: Manually setting for AF function

Always AF: Automatically setting for AF function
before shooting

Auto AF: Running AF function when the subject is
moved in preview image or the environment is changed
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3. Save Option Screen
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
Save mode: Date mode names the taken picture
according to the system date and Custom mode names the
taken picture as user-defined

Save Folder / Save Name: Only activated in Custom
Mode

Video Type: Defines and supports the video file typeWMV/AFS, activated in Video mode only

View After Capturing: Defines whether to start the
Preview right after shooting

Version: Camera program version and DLL version can be
identified

Insert EXIF Data: Sets up whether the
EXIF(exchangeable image file format) information is
added when capturing JPG picture

Add GPS Data Into EXIF: Sets up whether the GPS
information is included in EXIF information (applied for
GPS supported device only)
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CHAPTER 7. RFID
Product
M3 SKY
M3 ORANGE
Model
MC-7X10S
M3 ORANGE
Type
HF/LF
HF
OS
WM 6.1/6.5
WM 6.5
Note
7.1 RFIDEmul.exe
RFIDEmul allows the user to read RFID tags in any programs installed the device
1. First view of the program

RFIDEmul is properly launched if you can see RFID tray
icon at the bottom
2. Pop-up menu appears when you click the icon
 Emulator Option: Configures general Emulator options

Reader Option: Configures options regarding RFID
Reader
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
Device Option: Configures options regarding device

Write Data: Writes data to the tag

Result Window: Tests reading and writing of tags

Exit: Exits the program
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3. RFID Option

Read Mode

ASync: Reads tags if any exists within antenna field
otherwise terminates

Sync: Wait until it finds tags within antenna field (10
sec)



Continuous: Continuously reads tags
Sync Mode Time Out / Min Length

Timeout: Waiting time when reading in sync mode

Min Len: Sets the minimum length of the read result
Output

Clipboard: Copies and pastes the data to Clipboard

Keyboard Msg: Outputs the result as keyboard
type

Standard: Outputs serial number in order

Reverse: Outputs serial number in order of bitreversed

Hexadecimal: Prints the tag data in 16
antilogarithm

String: Prints the tag data with string

Select Tag Type: Select tag type that you wish to read

High Frequency Radio
4. RFID Option
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
ISO 14443 Type A

ISO 14443 Type B

ICODE UID

ICODE EPC

ICODE

SR176

activate all tags

ISO 15693

ISO 15693 TAGIT
Low Frequency Radio

All TAG types

EM4X02
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
EM4X05(ISO FXDB)

EM4X50

HITAG1 / HITAG S

HITAG2

TI-RFID SYSTEMS
Login: Used if tag needs to be logged-in

Sector: Select the sector to login (not supported LF
RFID)

Key type: Select the Key type to login (not
supported LF RFID)


Key: Select the available key to login

Use Login: Defines whether to use the Mifare tag

Default: Back to the initial setting.
Read

Read Block: Select the block to read

Block Count: Inputs block number to read from
Read Block. (not supported LF)

Suffix Enter: Defines whether to use Suffix Enter
after the read data

Prefix: Defines string to add before the read data

Suffix: Defines string to add after the read data
‘Activate all tags’ is a default tag type. By changing tag type to other specific one, read/write speed can be
faster.
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5. Device Option

Button Setting

Read Data Button: Set shortcut button to read
block data of the tag

Read Serial Button: Set shortcut button to read
serial data of the tag

Read Sound: Sets sound

Read Vibration: Sets vibration (can be used when
there is phone module)
6. Write

Serial: Outputs the serial number of tag to write the data

Start Block: Select the block of tag to write the data

Block Count: Inputs block number to write data from
Start Block. (not supported LF RFID)

Erase Textbox button: Deletes the inputted data in
textbox
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
Write button: Input the written data in textbox to Block

Write status: Displays the write result
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7. Result Window

Box A: Start Block - Select the block of tag to write the
data
A
B

Box B: Inputs block number to read and write data from
Block Count and Start Block (not supported LF RFID)
C

Box C: Output the result of read

SERIAL button: Performs reading of Serial Number

DATA button: Performs reading of Block Data in
Memories

STOP button: Stops reading if Read mode is Continuous
mode
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CLEAR button: Deletes the result
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7.2 Helpful Tips
▣ How is the RFID Specification of M3 SKY?
RFID Module used in MC7510/MC7710 is HID Global RDHO-0201N0-03 (13.56MHz), its power output is 200mW
without antenna, and around 0.7W RMS with antenna.
Below table is General Information of RFID.
RFID TYPE
LFID (Low Frequency Identification)
HFID (High Frequency Identification)
UHFID (Ultra High Frequency Identification)
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Frequency Band
120 ~ 140 kHz
13.56 MHz
868 ~ 956 MHz
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WLANTRAY
CHAPTER 8. WLANTRAY
Product
Model
Type
OS
M3 SKY
MC-7XX0S
Samsung/Summit
WM 6.1/6.5
MM3
MC-8000S
Summit
WM 6.1
Note
Applicable in Summit module,
if 3rd party config is set
8.1 WlanTray.exe
Precautions

WLanTray.exe is usually located at \Flash Disk\Driver folder

WLanTray can be used on devices with Summit WLAN Module
To use WLanTray instead of SCU(Summit Utility Client), the Active Profile on SCU must be set to
ThirdPartyConfig
1. First view of the program
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WLAN signal strength is displayed in the tray icon
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GPS
2. Pop-up menu appears when you click the icon
 View Information: View current status of WLAN

Setting Recovery: Access to an AP with stored settings

Setting Backup: Backups WLAN settings

Disable Wi-Fi: Disables WLAN

Enable Wi-Fi: Enables WLAN

Ping Test: Performs ping test

WLan Card: Model name of WLAN card

BSSID: MAC Address of currently connected AP

SSID: SSID of currently connected AP

RSSI: Signal strength

Infra Mode: Connection Mode (Infrastructure, Ad-Hoc)
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Auth Mode: WLAN authentication type
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Encryption: WLAN encryption type
3. WLAN Information
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4. WLAN Setting Backup
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SSID: SSID of the AP
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HIDDEN SSID: Check if it is hidden
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Authentication: Select WLAN authentication type
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Open, Shared, AutoSwitch, WPA, WPA-PSK, WPANONE, WPA2, WPA2-PSK
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Encryption: Select encryption type
WEP, No-encryption, WEP No Keys, WEP Not
Supported, TKIP, TKIP No Keys, AES, AES No Keys
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Eap: Extended Authentication Protocol
ie) TLS, PEAP, MD5
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Adhoc: Connect between devices or Infrastructure
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Time Out: Set waiting time for EAP authentication
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Key: WEP, TKIP or AES encryption requires key
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WEP
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Key Index: Select Index between 1 and 4
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ASCII / HEX: Key Type
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Auto: Auto WEP Key
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IP Setting: Manually set IP if DHCP server is not used
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Auto recovery: Automatically recovered the file setting
saved in [\Flash Disk\StartUp\WlanSetting.ini]
when WLanTray is started
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Destination Address: Input the IP or Domain name
that ping arrives and click the Start PING button to start
Ping test
5. Ping Test
WLan setting is saved in [\Flash Disk\StartUp\WlanSetting.ini] as a backup file. You can make the WLAN
recovery to other device with the same setting values by copying this file to same location.
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CHAPTER 9. GPS
Product
Model
Type
OS
ALL
ALL
SiRF Star III / UBLOX
ALL
Note
AGPS is supported on
UBLOX only.
9.1 GPSManager.exe
1. Main Page
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COM Port Combo Box: Port for GPS
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CONNECT Button: Connect / Disconnect GPS
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Start(Reset) Combo Box: Set up GPS module hot reset
/ warm reset / cold reset
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Log File: Makes log file
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Static: Performs in Static mode
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AGPS
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Day Combo Box: Day of Almanac Data
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‘…’ Button: Add Almanac file a Day combo box
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RUN Button: Applies selected Almanac data to GPS
Module
GPS Information
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GPS Status
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Time

Latitude

Longitude
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Altitude
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Velocity
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Heading
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2. Signal Page
Shows ID and SNR value that GPS module received from
satellite
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3. Satellite Page
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Shows location of satellite that GPS module received
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9.2 Helpful Tips
▣ AGPS function can only be used with device that UBLOX module is embedded
▣ GPS Start Mode
- Hot Start: Start mode of the GPS receiver when current position, clock offset, approximate GPS time, and current
ephemeris data are all available
- Warm Start: Start mode of the GPS receiver when current position, clock offset, and approximate GPS time are
input by the user. Ephemeris data is not available
- Cold Start: A condition in which the GPS receiver can arrive at a navigation solution without initial position, time,
and current Ephemeris
▣ Static Mode: Reduces location error when the velocity is under the static threshold (a protection function that
location value changes frequently because of interference and/or error when GPS signal reception)
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CHAPTER 10. PRINTER
Product
Model
Type
OS
ALL
ALL
Software
ALL
Note
Program for BT printer in M3
Mobile devices
10.1 PRINTER.exe
Precautions

PRINTER.exe is usually located at \Flash Disk\PRINTER
1. First view of the program

Port: Refer to FAQ document for connection port and its
information

CONNECT: Open the BT explorer

Test Print: Test whether the printer functions normally

MSR Test: Moves to MSR View

Font: Font format can be adjusted but the font cannot

Print: Prints contents inputted in text box
2. Printer View.
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Select Mode: Card can be read by changing track

Receive Data: Displays information after card reading

HEX/ASCII: Displays read data into hex character

Print: Prints read data
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CHAPTER 11. APPCENTER (CE)
Product
M3 Green
M3 T
M3 POS
Model
MC-6X00
MC-6700
MC-8800
Type
Software
Software
Software
OS
ALL
ALL
ALL
Note
Kiosk Mode
Kiosk Mode
Kiosk Mode
11.1 AppCenter.exe
1. First view of the program
2. Admin Login
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Can activate ‘Admin Login’ by clicking ‘User’
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3. Admin Login
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Enter Password: Password (Default: mobile)

New Program: Select applications you want to register
to AppCenter

Change Password: Change admin account password.

Log Out: Log out from admin account

Exit: Exit from AppCenter
4. Admin account status
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5. Add New Program
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New Button: Selects applications you want to register
to AppCenter

Del Button: Removes registered applications

Close button: Closes registering applications

FILE SELECT: Select executable file that you wish to
register
6. New Program → New
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7. New Program Added
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AppCenter displays the path of the file once you have
chosen the file

Registered application can be launched by clicking the
icon
8. Application registered in AppCenter
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Changing password dialog
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CHAPTER 12. APPCENTER (WM)
Product
M3 SKY
M3 ORANGE
MM3
Model
MC-7X00S
M3 OREANGE
MC-8000S
Type
Software
Software
Software
OS
ALL
ALL
ALL
Note
Kiosk Mode
Kiosk Mode
Kiosk Mode
12.1 AppCenter.exe
1. First view of the program
2. Admin Login
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3. Admin Login

Enter Password: Password (Default: mobile)

New Program: Select applications you want to register
to AppCenter

Emul Option: Set ScanEmul and RfidEmul options

Change Password: Change admin account password.

Log Out: Log out from admin account

Exit: Exit from AppCenter
4. Admin account status
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5. Add New Program

New Button: Selects applications you want to register
to AppCenter

Del Button: Removes registered applications

Close button: Closes registering applications

FILE SELECT: Select executable file that you wish to
register
6. New Program → New
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7. New Program Added

AppCenter displays the path of the file once you have
chosen the file

Registered application can be launched by clicking the
icon
8. Application registered in AppCenter
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9. Emul Option

Sets ScanEmul or RfidEmul options

Changing password dialog
10. Change Password
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Services
If you experience any trouble while using our product, you can visit M3 Service center or send enquires to
our online support web page (http://itc.m3mobile.net), we will do our best to solve your trouble as soon as
we can.
M3 FAQ document can help you with troubleshooting.
For any enquires about business program, please contact program provider for faster service.
Contact details
Headquarter / Service Center
M3 Bldg., 735-45, Yeoksam-Dong, Gangnam-Gu, Seoul, 135-080, Korea
Tel: +82 2 574 0037 Fax: +82 2 558 1253
www.m3mobile.net, sales@m3mobile.co.kr
Factory
Chun-ui Techno Park 201-610, 202, Chunui-Dong, WonMi-Gu, Buchoen, Gyeonggi-Do, 420-857, Korea
Tel: +82 32 623 0030, Fax: +82 32 623 0035
Online Support Web page
http://itc.m3mobile.net
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