iData 95 User Manual

iData 95 User Manual
Table of Contents
1 Introduction ............................................................................................... 1
1.1 Appearance of iData 95 ................................................................................................. 1
1.2 Installing an SD Card ..................................................................................................... 2
1.3 Installing a SIM Card...................................................................................................... 3
1.4 Installing a Battery ......................................................................................................... 3
1.5 Disassembling the Battery Cover ................................................................................... 4
1.6 Charging ........................................................................................................................ 5
2 Instructions on the iData 95 ..................................................................... 6
2.1 Power-on and Power-off ................................................................................................ 6
2.2 Locking and Unlocking the iData 95............................................................................... 6
2.3 Keys of iData 95............................................................................................................. 6
2.4 Home ............................................................................................................................. 7
2.5 Status Icons and Indicators ............................................................................................ 7
2.6 Basic Settings ................................................................................................................ 8
3 Call Function ........................................................................................... 12
3.1 Making a Call ............................................................................................................... 12
3.2 Contacts ....................................................................................................................... 12
3.3 SMS and MMS ............................................................................................................. 13
3.4 Email ............................................................................................................................ 14
4. Network and Connection Synchronization .......................................... 16
4.1 GPRS Data Connection ............................................................................................... 16
4.2 Wi-Fi Network Connection ........................................................................................... 16
4.3 GPS ............................................................................................................................. 17
4.4 Connecting iData 95 to a Computer ............................................................................. 18
4.5 Synchronization ........................................................................................................... 18
5. Introduction to iScan of the iData 95 .................................................... 20
5.1 Installing and Using iScan ............................................................................................ 20
6 Managing iData 95 .................................................................................. 21
6.1 Installing Software ........................................................................................................ 21
6.2 Uninstalling Programs .................................................................................................. 21
6.3 Managing Applications ................................................................................................. 22
7 Precautions and Troubleshooting ......................................................... 23
7.1 Precautions for iData 95 .............................................................................................. 23
7.2 Troubleshooting ........................................................................................................... 24
Appendix .................................................................................................... 27
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1 Introduction
1.1 Appearance of iData 95
LED indicator
Power key
灯
USB port
Power port
Left scan key
Right scan key
Scan key
Return key
Menu key
User-defined function keys
Figure 1-1 Front view of iData 95
Scan lens
Strap joint
Camera
Flashlight
RFID induction area
Speaker
Battery cover lock
Communication port
Figure 1-2 Rear view of iData 95
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1.2 Installing an SD Card
To install an SD card, do as follows:
1. Push the card cover along the direction marked on the cover and open the cover.
2. Insert an SD card.
3. Press the SD card downward and lock the card along the IN direction marked on the
cover.
1
Figure 1-3 Inserting an SD card
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1.3 Installing a SIM Card
To install a SIM card, do as follows:
1. Insert a SIM card along the direction, as shown in Figure 1-4.
2. Press the card cover downward.
3. Push the SIM card along the LOCK direction to lock the card cover.
Figure 1-4 Inserting a SIM card
1.4 Installing a Battery
To install a battery, do as follows:
1. Push the battery to the bottom of the battery compartment.
2. Press the top of the battery downward to tighten the battery.
3. Push the joint at the bottom of the battery cover into the back shell.
4. Push the lock to the left and press the battery cover downward until the lock
automatically returns to the location on the right.
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Figure 1-5 Installing a battery
1.5 Disassembling the Battery Cover
To disassemble the battery cover, do as follows:
1. Insert your left forefinger into the upper left part of the battery cover and push the lock to
the left by using the thumb.
2. Pull out the battery cover.
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Figure 1-6 Disassembling the battery cover
1.6 Charging
You can charge the iData 95 in the following ways:
1. Charge the iData 95 by using a charger.
2. Connect the iData 95 to a PC by using a USB cable to charge the iData 95.
In the charging status, the LED is red. When the LED becomes blue, charging is complete.
When the battery volume is insufficient, the iData 95 displays alarm information.
When the battery volume is too low, the iData 95 is automatically powered off.
★
Caution
The battery can be charged for more than or less than three hours. The battery will not be
damaged if charging is interrupted. The duration of the battery depends on different
applications of the iData 95, for example, selected functions of iData 95, usage mode, and
data transmission.
★
Tips
To ensure a longer standby time of the iData 95, follow the following tips:
 Always connect the iData 95 to the AC power supply when you do not use it.
 In settings, set the time to sleep to a smaller value for the iData 95 by selecting Home >
Applications > Settings > Display > Screen Delay.
 Stop all wireless activities when you do not use the iData 95.
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2 Instructions on the iData 95
2.1 Power-on and Power-off
After installing a SIM card and a battery and fully charging the iData 95, you can use the
iData 95.
1. To power on the iData 95, press and hold the On/Off key
for some time. The
power-on page is displayed. After the guiding progress is complete, the iData 95 enters
the Android system. It takes some time to initialize the iData 95. Please wait patiently.
2. To power off the iData 95, press and hold the On/Off key
for some time. After a
dialog box for powering off the iData 95 is displayed, click Power Off.
2.2 Locking and Unlocking the iData 95
Locking iData 95
Press and hold the On/Off key
for a short time to lock the iData 95. If you do not
perform any operation within the default and preset time to lock the iData 95, the iData 95 is
locked automatically.
Unlocking the iData 95
Press and hold the On/Off key
for a short
slide the unlock key on the screen to the right to unlock the iData 95.
time and
2.3 Keys of iData 95
The iData 95 provides a physical keypad that has 22 keys, as shown in the following figure.
Keys are divided into function keys, numeric keys, symbolic keys, and scan keys.
On the physical keypad of the iData 95, the left and right function keys and the yellow scan
key correspond respectively to the menu key, return key and scan key.
Scan key: Used to scan data.
Return key: Used to return to the previous operation page.
Menu key: Used to display a menu.
Home key
Menu key
Return key
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2.4 Home
The iData 95 has five home pages. Slide to the left or right to switch among the pages.
Click any application on the home page to start the application.
Application tray
★


Tips
You can add application icons in blank space of the home page.
Click the application tray to view all applications.
2.5 Status Icons and Indicators
Status icons and indicators are in the status bar in the upper part of the screen and show
device status and notifications.
Table 2-1 Status icons
Icon
Description
Icon
Description
WLAN
Signal strength
EDGE
Offline mode
USB connection
Internet access restricted
Missed calls
USB debug
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Icon
Description
Icon
Description
New messages
Charging
Modem logs
Full power
Mute mode
There
are
multiple
notification icons, which are
beyond the scope of display.
Connect to Pea
★ Note
The applications of the iData 95 are often upgraded. Therefore, the status icons may be
different from those on the iData 95. The actual status icons prevail.
2.6 Basic Settings
2.6.1 Date and Time Setting
To change the date and time in the iData 95, do as follows:
Select Settings > Date & time and click Set Date or Set time.
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2.6.2 Display Settings
Find the following icon:
Select Settings > Display and set display options such as Brightness, Wallpaper,
Auto-rotate screen, and Font size.
2.6.3 Ringtone Setting
Select Settings > Audio Profiles and click General/Silent/Meeting/Outdoor to set the
ringtone in the corresponding mode.
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2.6.4 Security Setting
Select Settings > Reset > Factory date reset.
Click Clear all. The iData 95 starts to restore the factory settings.
★
Caution
This operation will clear the following data in the iData 95:
 Account
 Data and settings of the system and applications
 Downloaded applications
This operation does not clear the following data:
 Current system software and bound applications
 Files in the SD card, for example, music and pictures
2.6.5 Language and Input Setting
Select Settings > Language and input. In the displayed list, select the desired language.
Click Default and select the desired input in the list.
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2.6.6 Shortcuts
You can add shortcut icons on the home page of the iData 95.
On the home page, click the application tray icon, select and drag the icon to be added to
the home page.
2.6.7 Widgets
You can add widgets such as clock, music player, and calendar on the home page of the
iData 95.
On the home page, click the application tray icon, slide the screen to the widget page,
select and drag the widget to be added to the home page.
Click the icon of the widget to open the widget.
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3 Call Function
3.1 Making a Call
Find the following icon:
1. Enter a telephone number by pressing number keys.
.
2. Click
3. Click
to terminate the call.
Contact
Call record
Voice call
Virtual numeric keypad
3.2 Contacts
Find the following icon:
1. Click Contacts to open the contact list.
2. To add a contact, click
.
3. To import or export contacts, press the menu key to open the menu and click
Import/export.
4. To edit or delete a contact, select a contact, press the menu key to open the menu and
click Edit or Delete.
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3.3 SMS and MMS
Find the following icon:
1. Click
and enter the message recipient and the text to be sent.
2. Click
to send the message.
3. On the message editing page, press the menu key to open the menu and click Add
.
Subject. Convert the message to be sent into a multimedia message and click
★
Tips
Click
to add attachments such as picture, video, and audio files.
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3.4 Email
You can send or receive emails.
★ Note
To create an email account on the iData 95, you need to set the account on a PC. For
example, to create a QQ email account, log in to the QQ mailbox, click Settings in the
upper right corner of the mailbox to access the account options. Find the server options and
email receiving options, select all, and click Save.
To set a mailbox on the iData 95, do as follows:
Find the following icon:
1. Enter the email address and password and click Next. The system starts to connect the
email account.
2. Set Inbox checking frequency and click Next.
3. Create a name for this account and click Next. The Inbox page is displayed.
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To delete an account, do as follows:
1. On the mailbox page, press the menu key and click Settings.
2. Click the email account to be deleted and access the setting page.
3. Click Remove account.
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4. Network and Connection Synchronization
4.1 GPRS Data Connection
After a GPRS data connection is established, you can access the Internet. To establish a
GPRS data connection, ensure that a SIM card is installed in the iData 95. Generally, the
iData 95 has configured Internet access. If you delete the default configuration by mistake,
set the network as follows (assume that China Mobile’s network is used):
Select Settings > More > Wireless & networks > APN > CMNET and set the following
options as follows:
Name: CMNET
APN: cmnet
APN type: default,supl,net
Proxy: null
Port: null
User name: null
Password: null
Server: null
MMSC: null
MMS proxy: null
MMS port: null
MCC: 460
MNC: 02
Identity authentication type: null
APN protocol: IPv4
Enable/disable APN: APN enabled
Bearer system: null
4.2 Wi-Fi Network Connection
Select Settings > Wireless & networks > WLAN.
1. Click On for Wi-Fi. The system starts to search for the network. If the WLAN is enabled,
click Scan. The iData 95 list the searched networks.
2. Click the network to be connected and enter the password in the displayed dialog box.
3. Click Connect to complete the Wi-Fi connection.
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Click to enable Wi-Fi and
search for networks
点按连接至网络
Click to connect to the
network
4.3 GPS
The iData 95 is equipped with a high-performance navigation chip and can obtain position
information quickly and accurately. The manufacturer of the iData 95, Wuxi iData
Technology Company Ltd., provides GPS Test, which is a GPS demonstration program.
Before using the GPS, install GPS Test. You can download GPS software (for the
information related to GPS software and HiMarket, see relevant description in 6.1 Installing
Software) from HiMarket and view position information.
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4.4 Connecting iData 95 to a Computer
Connect the iData 95 to a computer by using a USB cable so that files in the memory card,
for example, pictures, videos, and music, can be transferred to the computer and
processed in the computer.
1. Connect the iData 95 to a USB port of a computer by using the USB cable.
2. The icon of USB connection is displayed in the status bar of the iData 95. Slide the
status bar, you can see USB connected and select the USB connection mode.
Click the option to open the USB
storage device and copy files between
a computer and the iData 95.
4.5 Synchronization
Select Settings > Accounts & sync.
1. Click ADD ACCOUNT to set a new account.
2. Click Company or Email, enter the email address and password, and click Next. Wait
until the connection is completed (for details about mailbox settings, see section 3.4
Email).
3. Click Accounts & sync. On the Accounts & sync settings page, set the account as
required.
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Set email synchronization
frequency, notification, etc.
Select the option to
synchronize emails.
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5. Introduction to iScan of the iData 95
5.1 Installing and Using iScan
To collect data, you must install and start the scan application on the iData 95. At present,
Wuxi iData Technology Company Ltd. provides the scan demonstration software, iScan, for
example to obtain and decode barcode information.
First of all, install iScan on the iData 95 (for details on how to install iScan, see 6.1 Installing
Software). After iScan is installed, the iScan icon is displayed on the application page. Click
the icon to start the software (by default, Barcode Scan is selected). In this case, you can
scan barcodes.
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6 Managing iData 95
6.1 Installing Software
The iData 95 uses Google’s Android platform whose suffix is apk. To install software on the
iData 95, use the following methods:
1. Download and install software through the online software store provided by Google
(Google Play) or Android software download platform (HiMarket) used in China.
HiMarket is recommended.
2. Download software installation packages, store them on the SD card, and install the
software by using file manager.
3. Connect the iData 95 to a computer by using the USB cable and install software on the
computer. First of all, install software such as APK installer, pea, or 91 mobile assistant
on the computer so that software can be installed in batches.
6.2 Uninstalling Programs
If too many programs are installed or some installed programs are unnecessary, uninstall
existing programs to increase the operation speed of the iData 95. To uninstall software,
use the following methods:
1. Select Settings > Applications. In the displayed application list, select the software to
be uninstalled and click the software. On the App info page, click Uninstall and click
OK. Several seconds later, the system prompts that the software is uninstalled.
2. Click the application tray. On the application page, find the icon of the software to be
uninstalled and click the icon.
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6.3 Managing Applications
Press the menu key (yellow scan key) and click Manage apps. You can view the status of
download applications, applications in the SD card, and running applications and click any
application to access the application information page where you can stop, uninstall, or
suspend the application.
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7 Precautions and Troubleshooting
7.1 Precautions for iData 95
To ensure that the iData 95 does not fail, follow the following precautions during use
of the iData 95:
 Put the iData 95 and its components and accessories in the places where children
cannot reach.
 Keep the iData 95 dry. Rain, moisture and liquid contain acidic materials and will
corrode the circuit board.
 Do not store or use the iData 95 in dusty or dirty places.
 Do not store the iData 95 in a place that is too hot. High temperature will shorten the
service life of electronic components.
 Do not store the iData 95 in a place that is too cold. When the temperature inside the
iData 95 rises, moisture is generated inside the iData 95, which may damage the circuit
board.
 Do not try to disassemble the iData 95. Otherwise, the iData 95 may be damaged.
 Do not touch the screen surface of the iData 95 by using a pen, a pencil or other sharp
articles in case the screen may be scratched.
 Do not throw, beat or violently collide the iData 95. Otherwise, the components of the
iData 95 may be damaged and the iData 95 may be faulty.
 Do not use strong chemical products or strong detergent to clean the iData 95. If the
iData 95 become dirty, clean the surface of the iData 95 by using a soft cloth
soaked with dilute glass detergent.
 Please use the protective film to reduce wear as much as possible. The screen
protective film can improve the availability and durability of the screen.
Pay attention to the following during use of the battery.
 The area where the iData 95 is charged must keep away from scraps, inflammables or
chemical substances.
 When you charge the battery of a mobile device, the temperature on the battery and
charger must be in the range 0C to 40C.
 Do not use incompatible batteries or chargers, which may cause fire, explosion, leakage
or other hazards.
 Do not disassemble, press, twist, pierce or cut the battery.
 Do not make the battery short-circuited or contact the connecting terminal of the battery
by using metal or other conductive objects.
 Do not insert other materials into the battery, contact the battery with water or other
liquid, or expose the battery in an open fire, explosive source or other sources of
danger.
 Do not put or store the battery in the environment where the temperature is too high.
 Do not put the battery in a microwave oven or a drying machine.
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

Do not put the battery into a fire.
If the battery leaks, do not let the liquid stain your skin or eyes. Otherwise, wash your
skin or eyes with lots of water and go to see the doctor immediately.
Cleaning the iData 95
 Shell
Clean the shell by using a cloth soaked with alcohol, including keys and space between
keys.
 Display
You can clean the display screen by using a cloth soaked with alcohol. Do not let the
liquid gather around the screen. Otherwise, dry the screen by using a soft non-woven
cloth in case strip marks are left on the screen.
 Scan lens
Clean the scan lens regularly by using lens paper or other articles suitable for cleaning
optical materials.
7.2 Troubleshooting
Table 7-1 iData 95 troubleshooting
Fault
Cause
Solution
The battery volume is too
low or the battery is not
charged.
Charge the iData 95 or replace the battery.
The battery is incorrectly
installed.
Correctly install the battery.
The system breaks down.
Restore factory settings.
The battery fails.
Replace the battery.
Battery charging fails.
The temperature of the
battery is too high or low.
Put the battery in normal temperature.
During
data
communication, data is
not
transmitted
or
transmitted
data
is
incomplete.
The cable configuration is
incorrect.
Consult the system administrator.
The
communication
software
is
incorrectly
installed or configured.
Install or reinstall the ActiveSync software to
update the driver.
The relevant function is
not activated after a user
clicks a button or icon.
The system
respond.
Restart the system.
No sound can be heard.
The volume is too low or is
disabled.
Adjust the volume.
The iData 95 is in the
inactive state.
After being inactive for a period of time, the
iData 95 is closed.
The battery is used up.
Replace the battery.
Too many files are stored in
Remove unused memos and records.
After the power key is
pressed, the iData 95 is
not powered on.
The iData 95 is closed.
The iData 95 responds
does
not
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Fault
Cause
Solution
at a low speed.
the iData 95.
necessary, save the records on the host or
increase the storage capacity by using an
SD card.
Too many applications are
installed on the iData 95.
Remove applications installed on the iData
95.
The scan application is not
loaded.
Load iScan in the iData 95.
Reading a barcode fails.
Check that the barcode is defective.
The battery volume is low.
If the scanner stops sending out laser beam
after you turn on the switch, check the
battery volume.
The iData 95 does not
decode barcodes.
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Table 7-2 Cable troubleshooting
Fault
Cause
Solution
Charging fails.
The cable
contact.
is in
poor
Replace the cable.
The
synchronization
software
cannot
be
connected.
The cable
contact.
is in
poor
Replace the cable.
Table 7-3 Wi-Fi connection troubleshooting
Fault
An AP cannot
connected.
Cause
be
“Authentication
displayed.
Solution
fails”
is
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The password of the WLAN device is
incorrect.
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Appendix
Table 1 Accessories of iData 95
Component
Description
iData 95
Standard battery
Power adapter
Used to charge the battery.
Straps
Hand strap
Package
Used to communicate with the host or charge the iData
95.
USB data cable
Instructions
Warranty card
1-slot USB charger base
Optional
4-slot charger
Optional
Silicone case
Optional
Smart pen
Optional
Bottom charging cable
Optional
Table 2 Technical specifications of iData 95
Item
iData 95W
iData 95E
Processor
1 GHz high-performance dual-core ARM
Cortex-A9 processor
1.2 GHz high-performance dual-core ARM
Cortex-A5 processor
Operating
system
Android 4.0
Android 4.0
Memory
4GB ROM + 1GB RAM
4GB ROM + 512MB RAM
System configuration
Extended slot
Display
Touch panel
Camera
(optional)
Exit window
Keypad
Main battery
Audio
Notification
Vibration
motor
Mini SD card (up to 32 GB is supported)
Optional 3.5-inch RETINA screen, high resolution (640 x 960)
Industrial-grade capacitive touch panel (supporting gloves-based touch)
5M pixel, auto-focus, LED lighting
Corning Gorilla glass
Wearproof industrial keypad with internal transmittance
3.7V 4000 mAh lithium battery (6000 mAh battery optional)
Built-in microphone
Vibration prompt/LED prompt/audio prompt
Built-in programmable vibration motor
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Item
iData 95W
iData 95E
Sensor
G-Sensor
Operating environment
Development
tool
Android SDK+JDK+Eclipse
Supported
language
Java, C
Management
tool
iData Tools
Operating
temperature
-10C–50C
Operating environment
Storage
temperature
-20C–60C
Humidity
0%–95% (non-condensing)
Drop
specification
1.5-meter drop on cement floor
Tumble
specification
500 0.5-meter tumbles (1000 hits)
Sealing
IP65
 15 kV air discharge,  8 kV direct discharge
Electrostatic
discharge
Structural Parameters
Dimensions
(LxWxD)
152 mm x 68 mm x 24 mm
Weight
255 g (standard battery included)
Communication Transmission
Wireless voice
communicatio
n
2G: GSM 850/900/1800/1900MHz
3G: WCDMA 850/2100MHz
2G: GSM 850/900/1800/1900MHz
3G: CDMA 800/1900MHz
Wireless WAN
GPRS/EDGE/WCDMA
EVDO/EDGE /GPRS
WLAN
GPS
Wi-Fi 802.11b/g/n
High-performance GPS chip
Input/Input Interface
USB port
1 (Micro USB port)
Charger port
1 (DC port)
RS232 port
1
Data Collection Specification
1D Laser Scanner
 4 mil
Optical
resolution
Scan depth of
field
3.81 cm–60.98 cm
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Item
iData 95W
iData 95E
Scan angle
473 (standard)
Scan speed
102  12 scans/sec. (Bidirectional)
1D Linear Imager
Reading mode
CCD
Reading
accuracy
 4 mil
Decoding
speed
Up to 300 scans/sec.
2D Area Imager
 3 mil
Optical
resolution
Scan angle
Omnidirectional
Scan speed
300 scans/sec.
Infrared Communication Module
Built-in
infrared
communicatio
n module
Interface
Structure with two emitting tubes, meter reading distance of up to 5 meters, fully
supporting DL/T645 protocol and communication protocols of domestic and worldwide
mainstream meter manufacturers
Initial rate: 1200 bps, supported rates: 1200, 2400, 4800, and 9600 bps
RFID
Frequency
Reading
distance
Communicatio
n protocol
13.56 MHz
Within 50 mm
ISO14443A(B)/15693
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