Newland Beluga, Android, Benutzerhandbuch, englisch

Newland Beluga, Android, Benutzerhandbuch, englisch
MT65 Beluga
Portable Data Collector
User Guide
Disclaimer
© 2015 Fujian Newland Auto-ID Tech. Co., Ltd. All rights reserved.
Please read through the manual carefully before using the product and operate it according to the manual. It is advised that you
should keep this manual for future reference.
Do not disassemble the device or remove the seal label from the device, doing so will void the product warranty provided by
Fujian Newland Auto-ID Tech. Co., Ltd.
All pictures in this manual are for reference only and actual product may differ. Regarding to the product modification and
update, Fujian Newland Auto-ID Tech. Co., Ltd. reserves the right to make changes to any software or hardware to improve
reliability, function, or design at any time without notice. The information contained herein is subject to change without prior
notice.
The products depicted in this manual may include software copyrighted by Fujian Newland Auto-ID Tech. Co., Ltd or third party.
The user, corporation or individual, shall not duplicate, in whole or in part, distribute, modify, decompile, disassemble, decode,
reverse engineer, rent, transfer or sublicense such software without prior written consent from the copyright holders.
This manual is copyrighted. No part of this publication may be reproduced, distributed or used in any form without written
permission from Newland.
Fujian Newland Auto-ID Tech. Co., Ltd. reserves the right to make final interpretation of the statement above.
Fujian Newland Auto-ID Tech. Co., Ltd.
3F, Building A, No.1, Rujiang West Rd., Mawei, Fuzhou, Fujian, China
http://www.nlscan.com
350015
Revision History
Version
V1.0.0
Description
Initial release.
Date
August 24, 2015
Table of Contents
Revision History ....................................................................................................................................................................... - 3 Chapter 1 About This Guide ........................................................................................................................................................ 1
Introduction....................................................................................................................................................................... 1
Documentation Set ........................................................................................................................................................... 1
Chapter Descriptions ........................................................................................................................................................ 2
More Information .............................................................................................................................................................. 2
Service Information .......................................................................................................................................................... 2
Chapter 2 Getting Started ............................................................................................................................................................ 3
Introduction....................................................................................................................................................................... 3
Unpacking ........................................................................................................................................................................ 3
Accessories (Optional) ..................................................................................................................................................... 3
Getting Started ................................................................................................................................................................. 4
The MT65................................................................................................................................................................. 4
Cradle ...................................................................................................................................................................... 6
Installing the Battery ................................................................................................................................................ 7
Removing the Battery .............................................................................................................................................. 7
Charging the Battery ................................................................................................................................................ 8
Charging LED .......................................................................................................................................................... 9
Keypad ................................................................................................................................................................... 10
Communicating with PC ......................................................................................................................................... 11
Installing the MicroSD Card/Micro SIM Card.......................................................................................................... 12
Chapter 3 Basics ........................................................................................................................................................................ 13
Switching On/ Rebooting/ Switching Off the MT65 ......................................................................................................... 13
Locking/Unlocking the MT65 .......................................................................................................................................... 14
Home Screen ................................................................................................................................................................. 14
Status Icons.................................................................................................................................................................... 15
Installing App .................................................................................................................................................................. 16
Uninstalling App.............................................................................................................................................................. 16
Date & Time.................................................................................................................................................................... 17
Display............................................................................................................................................................................ 18
Ringtones ....................................................................................................................................................................... 18
Restoring Factory Settings ............................................................................................................................................. 19
Language & Input Method .............................................................................................................................................. 20
Shortcuts to Apps ........................................................................................................................................................... 20
Widgets .......................................................................................................................................................................... 20
Chapter 4 Scanning Barcodes .................................................................................................................................................. 21
Scanning 1D Barcode .................................................................................................................................................... 21
Scanning 2D Barcode .................................................................................................................................................... 22
Programming Scanner.................................................................................................................................................... 23
Chapter 5 Bluetooth ................................................................................................................................................................... 27
Chapter 6 Wi-Fi ........................................................................................................................................................................... 28
Wi-Fi Settings ................................................................................................................................................................. 28
IP Settings ...................................................................................................................................................................... 29
Chapter 7 Phone & Messages ................................................................................................................................................... 30
Making Calls ................................................................................................................................................................... 30
Contacts ......................................................................................................................................................................... 30
SMS and MMS Messages .............................................................................................................................................. 31
Chapter 8 Mobile Network ......................................................................................................................................................... 32
Introduction..................................................................................................................................................................... 32
Mobile Network Settings ................................................................................................................................................. 32
Chapter 9 Others ........................................................................................................................................................................ 33
Camera........................................................................................................................................................................... 33
GPS ................................................................................................................................................................................ 34
NFC (optional) ................................................................................................................................................................ 35
Chapter 10 App Development Guide......................................................................................................................................... 36
Development Environment ............................................................................................................................................. 36
Use of Non-standard Interfaces...................................................................................................................................... 36
Chapter 11 Maintenance & Troubleshooting ............................................................................................................................ 37
Introduction..................................................................................................................................................................... 37
Important Safety & Handling Information ........................................................................................................................ 37
Disassembly and Retrofit ....................................................................................................................................... 37
External Power Supply ........................................................................................................................................... 37
Abnormal Situation................................................................................................................................................. 37
Drop Damage......................................................................................................................................................... 37
LCD Screen ........................................................................................................................................................... 37
Stacking Heavy Objects ......................................................................................................................................... 37
Mounting Location .................................................................................................................................................. 38
Wireless Functionalities ......................................................................................................................................... 38
Use & Maintenance................................................................................................................................................ 38
Battery Safety Guidelines....................................................................................................................................... 38
Troubleshooting .............................................................................................................................................................. 39
Chapter 1 About This Guide
Introduction
This guide provides instructions for programming and operating the NLS-MT65 portable data collector (hereinafter referred
to as “the MT65” or “the terminal”).
Documentation Set
The documentation set for the MT65 includes:
1

NLS-MT65 Portable Data Collector Quick Start:
Describes how to get the NLS-MT65 up and running.

NLS-MT65 Portable Data Collector User Guide:
Describes how to program and use the NLS-MT65.
Chapter Descriptions
 Chapter 1 About This Guide
Provides general description of this manual.
 Chapter 2 Getting Started
Provides information on getting the MT65 up and running for the first
time.
 Chapter 3 Basics
Describes how to program the MT65 for the use of its basic features.
 Chapter 4 Scanning Barcodes
Provides the instructions as to how to scan 1D/2D barcodes.
 Chapter 5 Bluetooth
Explains how to use Bluetooth functionality.
 Chapter 6 Wi-Fi
Explains how to use Wi-Fi functionality.
 Chapter 7 Phone & Messages
Explains how to use phone and messages functionalities.
 Chapter 8 Mobile Network
Explains how to use Mobile Network functionality.
 Chapter 9 Others
Explains how to use Camera, GPS and NFC functionalities.
 Chapter 10 App Development Guide
Describes the app development environment and the use of nonstandard interfaces.
 Chapter 11 Maintenance & Troubleshooting
Provides troubleshooting solutions for issues that might occur when
using the MT65.
More Information
For more product and support information, please visit our web site: http://www.nlscan.com .
Service Information
Newland China
Phone
+86-400-608-0591
Email
marketing@nlscan.com
Newland Europe
Phone
+31(0)-345-870-033
Email
Info@newland-id.com
Newland Taiwan
Phone
+886-2-7731-5388
Email
Info@newland-id.com.tw
Newland North America
Phone
+1-510-490-3888
Email
Info@newlandna.com
2
Chapter 2 Getting Started
Introduction
This chapter lists the parts and accessories for the MT65 and explains how to install, remove and charge the battery, and
power on the MT65 for the first time.
Unpacking
Carefully remove all protective material from the pack and verify that the following items are present:

1 x NLS-MT65 portable data collector

1 x USB cable

1 x AC adapter for the MT65

1 x Li-Polymer battery

1 x Hand strap

1 x Quick Start manual
Accessories (Optional)
3

Cradle for the MT65

AC adapter for the cradle

USB cable
Getting Started
The MT65
1
Volume+
2
Volume-
3
Left Scan Key
4
Cradle Connector
5
Keypad
6
Capacitive Touch Screen
7
Power Key
8
Earpiece
9
Blue LED
10
Red LED
4
5
11
Scan Window
12
Protective Cover for USB Port/Headset Connector
13
Right Scan Key
14
Battery Cover Latch
15
Speaker
16
Flashlight
17
Camera
Cradle
1
Charging LED
2
MT65 Connector
3
Battery Compartment
4
Power Jack
5
Micro USB Port
6
Installing the Battery
Step 1: Move the battery cover latch to the open position as shown in the figure above and then remove the cover.
Step 2: Place the battery as indicated in the battery compartment.
Removing the Battery
Step 1: Turn off the terminal. Remove the hand strap. Move the battery cover latch to the open position and remove the
cover.
Step 2: Remove the battery.
7
Charging the Battery
There are two methods to charge the battery:
 Charge with AC adapter: Connect the MT65 to a power outlet using the included AC adapter. It takes 4.5-5 hours to
fully charge the terminal (The terminal is shut down or in sleep mode).
Note: Low battery may result in malfunction of the MT65. Before your first use, charge the battery for at least 8 hours.
 Charge with cradle: Insert the MT65 in the charging slot or place the battery in the battery compartment on the cradle.
Connect the cradle to a power outlet using the included AC adapter (for the cradle).
Note: When the battery is dead or juice too low to power on the MT65, charge the terminal for 15 minutes before using it.
8
Charging LED
 Charge with AC adapter:
MT60’s LEDs for indicating charging/battery statuses
Blue LED on
Fully charged
Red LED on
Charging in progress
Red LED flashes constantly
Low-battery alert
Note: When the battery is dead or juice too low to power on the MT65, charge the terminal for 15 minutes before using it.
 Charge with cradle:
Indications of Charging LED on Cradle
Green LED on
Fully charged
Red LED on
Charging in progress
LED off
Battery not found
Note: The cradle’s Charging LED only indicates the charge statuses of the battery. When charging the MT65 with the
cradle, the user is notified of charge statuses of the terminal by the LEDs on the terminal.
9
Keypad
1
Menu Key
2
Home Key
3
Scan Key
4
Return Key
5
Enter Key
6
Number-Function Switch
The MT65 has 30 keys including function, numeric, navigation and scan keys.
Home Key: Press it to go to the first Main Screen.
Press and hold the key to display the app(s) most recently used. Tap an app to open it.
Return Key: Press it to go back to the previous screen.
Menu Key: Press it to display the menu related to an on-screen item.
Number-Function Switch: Press it to toggle between numeric (white) and function (orange) keys.
10
Communicating with PC
Step 1: Connect the Micro USB port on the MT65 to your computer with the included USB cable.
Step 2: Switch the MT65 on. On the Home screen, swipe from top to bottom with one finger in one smooth motion to reveal
the notification bar as shown below.
Step 3: Tap “Connected as a media device”.
Step 4: Select “Media device (MTP)”. Navigate to the “My Computer” section of your computer and look for the newly
added drive. Double-click it and you will be connected to the MT65. Then you may handle the files on the terminal
through your computer.
11
Installing the MicroSD Card/Micro SIM Card
Step 1: Remove the hand strap, battery cover and battery. Lift up the slot cover.
Step 2: Insert the MicroSD card/ Micro SIM card into the holder, with its metal contacts facing down.
Step 3: Close the slot cover.
12
Chapter 3 Basics
Switching On/ Rebooting/ Switching Off the MT65
After installing the SIM card and battery and having the MT65 fully charged, you may switch the terminal on.
Switch the MT65 on: Press and hold the Power Key
for a while. Note that the initialization is going to take some
time before the MT65 displays the Home screen.
Reboot the MT65: Press and hold the Power Key
Switch the MT65 off: Press and hold the Power Key
“OK”.
13
until the window below pops up, and tap “Reboot” then “OK”.
until the window below pops up, and tap “Power off” then
Locking/Unlocking the MT65
Lock the MT65: Press the Power Key
. If no operation is performed on the MT65 for a preset period of time, the
MT65 locks automatically. You can change how long it takes the screen to lock.
Unlock the MT65: Press the Power Key
, then drag
on the screen rightwards.
Home Screen
The MT65 has 5 home screens.
View another home screen: Swipe left or right.
Go to the Home screen: Press the Home Key.
Open an app: Tap it.
View all apps/Open apps list: Tap
.
Apps List
Add an app icon to the Home screen: Tap
on the Home screen. Tap and hold your desired app until it appears
on the Home screen and then drag it into a blank area.
Delete an app icon on the Home screen: Tap and hold your desired app on the Home screen until “X Remove” appears,
then drag the app into it. Note that this operation only removes the icon from the Home screen. To remove the app from the
MT65, see the Uninstalling App section.
14
Status Icons
The icons in the status bar at the top of the screen give information about the MT65.
Status Icon
15
Description
Status Icon
Description
WLAN
3G signal strength
Bluetooth
Airplane mode
USB connected
USB debugging
Missed calls
Battery charging in progress
New messages
Battery fully charged
Mute mode
Vibrate ON
Installing App
Use one of the following methods to install a new app on the MT65:
1. Download an APK file from online app store and install it.
2. Download software package onto a MicroSD card or PC and copy it to your terminal. Then install it with File Manager.
3. Connect the MT65 to PC with the supplied USB cable. Install a new app using the mobile assistant (such as Baidu
Mobile Assistant) installed on the PC.
Uninstalling App
Follow the procedure below to remove an app from the MT65:
Tap
on the Home screen to view all apps. Tap and hold your desired app until a trash bin appears at the top left
corner of the screen, then drag it into the trash bin.
16
Date & Time
You can change the date and time on the MT65.
Set the date and time: Tap the app icon
below as per your needs.
17
and then “Date & time”, and set the date and time on the screen shown
Display
Tap the app icon
and then “Display”, and set the brightness, wallpaper, sleep timer, front size or other item on the
screen shown below as per your needs.
Ringtones
Tap the app icon
and then “Sound”, and set the ringtones and other notification sounds as per your needs.
18
Restoring Factory Settings
Tap the app icon
-> “Backup & reset” -> “Factory data reset” -> “Reset phone” -> “Erase everything”.
To restore the terminal to factory settings and delete all the data on the internal storage, such as music, photos, select
“Erase internal storage” before tapping “Reset phone”.
19
Language & Input Method
Change the language: Tap the app icon
Change the input method: Tap the app icon
-> “Language & input” -> “Language” -> your desired language.
-> “Language & input” -> “Default” -> your desired input method.
Shortcuts to Apps
Create a shortcut to an app on your Home screen: Tap
on the Home screen. Tap and hold your desired app and
then drag it into the home screen.
Widgets
View all widgets: Tap
on the Home screen, then swipe left or tap “WIDGETS”.
Open a widget: Tap it.
Add a widget icon to the Home screen: Tap
on the Home screen then
WIDGETS
. Tap and hold your desired
widget and then drag it into the home screen.
20
Chapter 4 Scanning Barcodes
Scanning 1D Barcode
Adjust the scan angle or the distance between the MT65 and the target barcode to ensure the length of laser beam is
roughly 8mm greater than that of the barcode, as shown below.
正 确的
读码 方 法
Correct
21
错误Wrong
的读 码方 法
Scanning 2D Barcode
Adjust the scan angle and the distance between the MT65 and the target barcode to make them fall into the following
ranges:
1) Point the MT65’s focus lamp at the center of the barcode.
2) Move the MT65 until you find the appropriate scan distance.
3) Optimum scan angles:
Pitch (α)< 45° (0° preferably)
Skew ( )< 45° (5°- 20° preferably)
Roll ( )= 0° - 360°
22
Programming Scanner
Tap the app icon

to start scanner configuration.
Output Mode
1. Simulate keystroke: Output scanned data to keyboard buffer to simulate keyboard input.
2. Output via API: Application acquires scanned data by receiving system broadcasts. For more information, see Barcode
Scanner SDK Handbook.
3. Fill in EditText directly: Output scanned data at the current cursor position in EditText.
23

Scan Mode
1. Level mode: Press the Scan key to start a decode session which continues until the key is released.
2. Pulse mode: Press the Scan key to start a decode session which continues until the decode session timeout expires.

Scan Trigger
Set the key to be used as scan trigger.
24

Prefix & Suffix
To set the prefix/suffix, enter the hexadecimal value of a desired prefix/suffix and then tap “OK”.

25
Good Read Indicator

Symbologies
Enable or disable the barcode symbologies.
1D
Laser (≥4mil)
EAN-13, EAN-8, UPC-A, UPC-E, ISSN, ISBN, Codabar, Code 11, Code 128,
Code 32 Pharmaceutica, Code39,Code 93, ITF-6,ITF-14, Interleaved 2 of 5,
Matrix 2 of 5, Straight 2 of 5 IATA, Straight 2 of 5 Industrial, GS1 Databar,GS1-128,
MSI-Plessey, Plessey, Telepen, Australian Post, British Post, Canadian Post, China Post,
InfoMail, Intelligent Mail Bar Code, Japanese Post, KIX Post, Korea Post, Planet Code,
Postal-4i, Postnet.
CCD (≥4mil)
EAN-13, EAN-8, UPC-A, UPC-E, ISSN, ISBN, Codabar, Code 128, Code 93, ITF-6,
(optional)
ITF-14, Interleaved 2 of 5, Industrial 2 of 5, Standard 2 of 5, Matrix 2 of 5, GS1 Databar,
Code 39, Code 11, MSI-Plessey, Plessey.
2D
CMOS (≥5mil)
UPC, EAN, GS1 DataBar, Code 39, Code 128, Code 93, Code 11, Interleaved 2 of 5,
(optional)
Industrial 2 of 5, Matrix 2 of 5, MSI/Plessey, Plessey, PDF417, QR Code, Data Matrix,
Chinese Sensible Code, Grid Matrix, Aztec, Maxicode, UCC Composite.
26
Chapter 5 Bluetooth
You can set up a Bluetooth connection between the MT65 and other Bluetooth devices, such as PC, mobile phone. Note
that Bluetooth connection works better if there are no obstacles between them.
Before you can use a Bluetooth device with the MT65, you must first pair them.
1. Make the Bluetooth device visible to the MT65.
2. Tap the app icon
, turn Bluetooth on and tap “Bluetooth” to search for available Bluetooth devices.
3. Select the device from the search results.
4. If prompted, input the passkey or PIN and then tap “OK”; or if the PIN is given automatically, then tap “Pair”.
Unpair/rename a paired Bluetooth device: Tap the app icon
, turn Bluetooth on and tap “Bluetooth”. Tap
beside the paired Bluetooth device, choose “Unpair”/ “Rename”, then follow the instructions on the screen to complete the
operation.
27
Chapter 6 Wi-Fi
Wi-Fi Settings
Join a Wi-Fi network:
1. Tap the app icon
and turn Wi-Fi on to find available Wi-Fi networks. If Wi-Fi is already ON, then the terminal will
automatically scan for available networks.
2. Tap a network and then enter the password.
3. Tap “Connect”.
28
IP Settings
To set the IP, follow the first two steps of joining a Wi-Fi network, check the “Show advanced options” item, tap “DHCP” and
choose your desired option.
29
Chapter 7 Phone & Messages
Making Calls
Make a call: Tap the app icon
on-screen keypad, then tap
To end the call, tap
on the home screen then
, enter a phone number using the physical or
on the screen.
on the screen.
Contacts
Add a new contact: Tap the app icon
on the Home screen then
, fill in the information of a new contact,
and then tap “√ DONE”.
Import/export contacts: Tap the app icon
on the Home screen, press the Menu key
on the MT65,
choose “Import/export” from the menu that appears, then follow the instructions on the screen to complete the operation.
Edit/delete contact: Tap the app icon
on the Home screen, choose a contact, press the Menu key
on the
MT65, select “Edit”/“Delete” from the menu that appears, then follow the instructions on the screen to complete the
operation.
30
SMS and MMS Messages
Send an SMS message: Tap the app icon
tap
, enter the recipient(s) and text, and
.
Send an MMS message: Tap the app icon
the Menu key
on the Home screen then
, enter the recipient(s) and text, press
on the MT65 and select “Add subject” from the menu that appears, then enter the subject. To add a
picture or an audio/video clip, tap
31
on the Home screen then
and select your desired multimedia file. Tap
.
Chapter 8 Mobile Network
Introduction
The MT65 can also use GPRS/3G network to connect to the Internet. To establish GPRS/3G connection, you must have a
Micro SIM card installed in your MT65.
The MT65 supports GPRS, EDGE and WCDMA.
Mobile Network Settings
If no Wi-Fi networks are available, or if you’ve turned Wi-Fi off, then the MT65 connects to the Internet via your mobile data
network when available.
Set Mobile Network:
1. Tap the app icon
and turn Mobile data on.
2. In most cases, you can just use the default APN. To set a new APN, tap “Access Point Names” then
, and follow the
instructions on the screen to complete the operation.
32
Chapter 9 Others
Camera
Launch the Camera app on your terminal.
View photo/video
Take a photo or
start/stop videorecording
Select a mode
Settings
: Tap it to reveal the parameters such as flashlight mode, exposure and white balance and set those parameters as
per your needs.
: Tap it and select the Camera/ Panorama/ Video Recorder mode.
: Tap it to take a normal or panoramic photo/ start or stop a video recording.
: Tap the thumbnail image in the upper right corner of the screen to view the photo or video saved.
You can also download a camera app from the Internet or develop an app for the camera feature.
33
GPS
Tap the app icon
, scroll up the screen to locate “Location” and tap it, then:
1. Turn Location on.
2. Tap “Mode” and then choose a location mode as per actual need.
3. Use a third-party map app or other GPS app to obtain location information.
34
NFC (optional)
To enable the NFC feature, tap the app icon
then “More…” and select “NFC”.
Then you can install an NFC writer on the MT65 to read and write NFC tags.
35
Chapter 10 App Development Guide
Development Environment
The MT65 runs on Android 4.4 operating system and it is recommended to use Android SDK 4.0 to 4.4 and Eclipse 3.7.2 or
higher when developing apps for the MT65.
Use of Non-standard Interfaces
See Barcode Scanner SDK Handbook.
36
Chapter 11 Maintenance & Troubleshooting
Introduction
This chapter includes important safety and handling information and provides troubleshooting solutions for issues that might
occur when using the terminal.
Important Safety & Handling Information
Disassembly and Retrofit
Do not disassemble or retrofit the terminal by yourself. Unauthorized disassembly or retrofit will void the warranty.
External Power Supply
Use only the included AC adapter. Otherwise there is a risk of damage to the terminal.
Abnormal Situation
Keep the terminal away from fire or heat sources. If there is unusual odor, overheating or smoke during charging,
immediately cut off the power and disconnect the AC adapter, and contact your dealer or Newland customer service center.
Continued use in this case may result in fire or electric shock.
Drop Damage
If the terminal is damaged due to a drop from high place, immediately cut off the power and contact your dealer or Newland
customer service center.
LCD Screen
Do not press against or strike the LCD screen. Otherwise it may damage the screen. When handling a cracked or shattered
screen, do not touch the liquid that has leaked from it to avoid skin burn or infection.
Stacking Heavy Objects
Do not place heavy objects on the terminal as those objects may fall and cause injury.
37
Mounting Location
Do not place the terminal on unstable or uneven surfaces as it may fall and cause injury. Do not expose the terminal to
humidity or dust as this may cause fire or electric shock. Do not expose the terminal to direct sunlight for extended periods.
Wireless Functionalities
Do not use the terminal’s wireless functionalities where wireless device use is prohibited or where it may cause interference
or danger, such as in aircrafts, petrol stations.
Use & Maintenance

If the terminal cannot be switched on after experiencing a sudden or unexpected power loss or other abnormalities,
remove and then reinstall its battery to reset the terminal.

Do not throw, drop or strike the terminal. Doing so may damage the LCD display, interrupt running programs, cause
data loss in memory and result in malfunction.

Clean the scan window regularly. Do not touch it with hands. Scratched or smudged window may degrade reading
performance.

Do not tap the touch screen with sharp objects. Doing so may damage the screen or cause internal short circuits.

Use only a dry soft cloth to clean the terminal. Cleaning it with wet cloth or benzene/ thinner/ other volatile chemicals
may deform and shorten the service life of the keypad and shell of the terminal.

Do not place the terminal facedown on any surface, or there might be misoperations.

Sudden temperature drops may cause condensation on the shell which could cause malfunction. Care should be
taken to avoid condensation. If condensation occurs, dry the terminal before use.
Battery Safety Guidelines

Do not dispose of batteries in a fire as they may explode.

The battery can be charged and discharged over 500 times. If the battery life is unreasonably short, please replace
the battery with a new one.

Use only the included battery and AC adapter.

Do not continue to charge a battery that is fully charged. Overcharging will shorten battery lifespan. If a fully charged
battery is not used, it will discharge slowly, which does not affect its normal use.

Do not use damaged or dysfunctional AC adapters or batteries.

Properly dispose of and recycle batteries. Do not dispose of them as household garbage.
38
Troubleshooting
Problem
Possible Cause & Solution
Type
Keypad
Description
Unresponsive keypad or
This problem may be caused by unreliable cable connection between keypad
incorrect response to any
and mainboard or keypad malfunction. Please contact Newland after -sales
key entry.
service.
Charging LED is OFF when
charging.
Battery
Noticeably short battery life.
Ensure the AC adapter is plugged in properly.
1. Check the battery level. If the battery is almost depleted, recharge it.
2. Replace the battery if it is dysfunctional.
Fully charged battery is
depleted after the terminal is
If the battery is dysfunctional, replace it with a new one.
switched on.
1. Ensure that the USB cable connections are secure.
USB
USB communication failure
2. Ensure that there is no contaminant inside the Micro USB port.
3. If the problem still remains, please contact the after-sales service center.
1. Ensure the terminal is switched on.
2. If the terminal is in sleep state, press the Power key to wake it up.
LCD
Screen
No display
3. Check the battery level. If the battery is depleted, recharge it.
4. Ensure that the battery is properly installed.
5. Replace the battery if it is dysfunctional.
6. If the problem still remains, please contact the after-sales service center.
1. Check the battery level. If the battery is depleted, recharge it.
2. Switch the terminal on after using the included AC adapter to connect it to a
Cannot switch on
power outlet. If the problem disappears, then continue to charge the terminal. If
the problem remains after charging the terminal for a while, replace the battery
with a new one.
System
1. The problem may be caused by bugs of downloaded apps. Ensure that only
System halted
reliable apps are used.
2. The problem may be caused by a sudden or unexpected power loss. Remove
and then reinstall its battery to reset the terminal.
39
Newland EMEA
+31 (0) 345 87 00 33
info@newland-id.com
Newland D-A-CH
+49 (0) 294 298 76758
b.beckmann@newland-id.com
Newland UK
+44 (0) 1442 212 020
david.craggs@newland-id.com
Newland Nordic
+46 (0) 708 847 767
goeran.jernberg@newland-id.com
Newland Ibérica
+34 (0) 93 303 74 66
info@newland-id.es
Newland France
+31 (0) 345 87 00 33
info@newland-id.fr
Newland Middle East
+31 (0) 345 87 00 33
middleeast@newland-id.com
Newland South Africa
+27 (0) 11 553 8010
info@newland-id.co.za
Newland Italy
+39 (0) 335 773 0521
cristiano.dibattista@newland-id.com
Newland Russia
+31 (0) 345 87 00 33
russia@newland-id.com
Was this manual useful for you? yes no
Thank you for your participation!

* Your assessment is very important for improving the work of artificial intelligence, which forms the content of this project

Download PDF

advertising