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PDF Content Summary: Barcode/2D code Handy Terminal バーコード/2次元コードハンディターミナル BHT-1260BWB-CE BHT-1261BWB-CE BHT-1260QWB-CE BHT-1261QWB-CE BHT-1261QWBG-CE User’s Manual 取扱説明書 BHT-1200 Series Preface Thank you for using the DENSO WAVE Barcode Handy Terminal BHT-1260BWB-CE/BHT-1261BWB-CE and 2D code Handy Terminal BHT-1260QWB-CE/BHT-1261QWB-CE/BHT-1261QWBG-CE. Read this manual thoroughly before using the product to ensure the proper use of the product and its functions, and keep the manual in a convenient location as a quick reference. BHT, QR Code, iQR Code, SQRC, and QBdirect are trademarks of DENSO WAVE INCORPORATED. Microsoft, ActiveSync, Windows and the Windows logo are trademarks or registered trademarks of Microsoft Corporation of the US or other countries. The Bluetooth® word mark and logos are registered trademarks owned by Bluetooth SIG, Inc. and any use of such marks by DENSO WAVE is under license. Other trademarks and trade names are those of their respective owners Some of the pixels on the LCD touch screen may not illuminate or stay permanently illuminated. There may also be inconsistencies in color and brightness. None of these factors imply an LCD functional defect. A thin Newton's ring (rainbow-like patterns) may appear on the touch panel. This does not necessarily indicate a problem with the touch panel. Liability Limitations • DENSO WAVE INCORPORATED does not assume any product liability (including damages for lost profits, interruption of operations, or the loss of business-related information) arising out of, or in connection with, the use of, or inability to use the BHT system software or related manuals. • DENSO WAVE INCORPORATED (“DENSO WAVE”) takes reasonable precautions to ensure its products do not infringe upon any patents or other intellectual property rights of other(s), however, DENSO WAVE cannot be responsible for any patent or other intellectual property right infringement(s) or violation(s) arising from any of the following. 1) The use of DENSO WAVE's products in connection or in combination with other components, products, devices, data processing systems or software not supplied by DENSO WAVE. 2) The use of DENSO WAVE's products in a manner for which they were not intended nor designed. 3) The modification of DENSO WAVE's products by parties other than DENSO WAVE. • If it is determined by DENSO WAVE INCORPORATED that malfunction of the product is due to the product having been dropped or subjected to impact, repairs will be made on a reasonable charge even within the warranty period. i Barcode Handy Terminal/2D code Handy Terminal Customer Registration and Inquiries Customer Registration To allow us to provide our customers with comprehensive service and support, we request that all customers complete a Member Registration Form. Registered members will be offered the following privileges. • The latest upgrade information • Free information for exhibitions, events and new products • Free Web-information service "QBdirect". QBdirect Service Contents Information search service (FAQ) Offers detailed information on each product. Download service Offers downloads of update modules with the latest BHT Series systems or software, and sample programs. E-mail inquiries Product related queries can be sent in by e-mail. * Please note that these privileges may be subject to change without prior notice. − How to Register Access the URL below and follow the instructions provided. qbdirect.net/ Inquiries − Technical Inquiries (QBdirect) • BHT product programming method • Product setup method and usage • Other technical questions Inquires relating to the above can be made at our exclusive Web site for registered users (QBdirect). Access the link below to log on or register. qbdirect.net/ ii BHT-1200 Series About this Manual • The contents of this manual may be subject to change without prior notice. • The reproduction or duplication of the whole or part of this manual is strictly prohibited without prior consent. • Every reasonable effort has been taken to ensure that the information contained in this manual is complete and accurate; however, should you notice any questionable points, errors or omissions, please contact DENSO WAVE. • The copyright for this User’s Manual belongs to DENSO WAVE INCORPORATED. • All screens in this User’s Manual are simulated. Actual screens may differ. File names used are only for explanation purposes and will not be displayed if file names are not exactly the same. Manual Contents This manual consists of the following 9 chapters. Chapter 1 Outline Describes the BHT system and overall outline of the BHT. Chapter 2 BHT Preparation Describes information and preparations required prior to operation. Chapter 3 Basic Operation Describes how to read codes using the BHT, the backlight function, how to use the keypad, and BHT data transmission. Chapter 4 System Operation Describes how to operate the desktop, Start menu and System Menu, and how to create wireless network settings. Chapter 5 Communication Describes technical information on BHT Ethernet communication, Bluetooth® communication, and wireless communication, and provides details of Microsoft ActiveSync. Chapter 6 Maintenance Describes battery replacement, and daily procedures for taking care of the BHT and CU. Chapter 7 Error Messages Describes causes and countermeasures for error messages that display during the BHT use. Chapter 8 Specifications Describes specifications for hardware, readable codes, and interfaces. Chapter 9 Appendices Describes the CU-1200 Series. iii Barcode Handy Terminal/2D code Handy Terminal Viewing this Manual − About the Bookmark The PDF Bookmark function allows you to jump to the desired page. <Procedure> (1) Click the “Bookmark” tab. (2) Click to search for the desired content. (3) Click the item to jump to the page. (1) Click the “Bookmarks” tab. (2) Click “+” to search for the desired content. (3) Click the item to jump to the page. iv
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Barcode Handy Terminal/2D code Handy Terminal Supported OS versions for this manual • The manual is intended for the following OS versions. Edition Revision record OS Version 1200B 1200Q 1200QG 1st - 1.00 － －
2nd Enhanced the BHTSettings features (KEY, Display, StartupConfig), and added the SIP feature. (Integrated manual edition of the BHT-1200B and BHT-1200Q) 1st Added the BHTSettings features (VGA, WLAN Manager, SQRC, Scanner, Log Manager and so on) 1.02 － － 1.06 1.03 －
2nd － (skipped) － －
3rd Added the reset menu Enhanced the BHT Settings features (StartupConfig, Remote Desktop, Log Manager) Enhanced the Device Lock features. Added the Application Launcher feature 1.07 1.04
4th Added the BHT-1200QWBG features. － － 1.01
5th Added "Multi-press input with timeout" for alphabet input method. Modified control panel features (Regional settings > Uniscribe default, Terminal Server Client Licenses) Enhanced the WLAN Manager profile feature Enhanced the Application launcher feature Uniscribe in Regiona and Language Settings is changed [Notes] As a result, the text layout of the complex text languages (CTL) such as Thai is changed after OS update. Refer to Chapter 4, 4.2 Regional and Language Settings for mode details. 1.10 1.07 1.02
6th Added the description related to the CCX support. 1.11 1.08 1.03 7th Added the description related to the alphabet entry mode 2. 1.13 1.10 1.04 8th Trigger release mode is added 1.16 1.12 1.05
9th Added the IE address bar hide function, the wireless communication logging and the USB setting menu. 1.16 1.12 1.05
10th Added the SessionKeeper. － － 1.05
Added the error reporting property. Added the feature that backs up OS settings automatically at power-off to StartupConfig. 1.18 1.14 1.06
Added the battery charging mode. 1.19 1.19 (unsuppor ted) Modified the BHT backup menu and the Startup Config menu. 1.20 1.20 1.10
Added the following functions and explanations to WWAN Manager. (1) PPP authentication method selection function ([DataConnection] tab). (2) Explanation of automatic power restore. － － 1.10
11th Modified the G sensor calibration menu. 1.22 1.22 1.11 vi BHT-1200 Series Related Documentations • BHT API Reference Manual • BHT Class Library Reference Manual • Bluetooth Reference Manual • kbifCE Users guide • SQRC Setting User’s Manual • Remote Desktop Plug-in Reference Manual • Web Browser Plug-in Reference Manual • WWAN/GPS API Reference Manual • WWAN/GPS Class Library Reference Manual vii Barcode Handy Terminal/2D code Handy Terminal SAFETY PRECAUTIONS Be sure to observe all these safety precautions. ■ Read through this manual carefully to use the BHT and CU safely and correctly. Always keep this manual nearby for easy reference. ■ The symbols used in this manual The symbols used in this manual are used to explain safe and correct use of the product so as to prevent bodily injury and property damage to you and others. Before reading this manual, make sure that you fully understand the meanings of the symbols below. Alerts you to those conditions that could cause serious bodily injury or death if the instructions are not followed correctly. Alerts you to those conditions that could cause minor bodily injury or substantial property damage if the instructions are not followed correctly. Meaning of Symbols A triangle ( ) with a picture inside alerts you to a warning of danger. Here you see the warning for electrical shock. A diagonal line through a circle ( ) warns you of something you should not do; it may or may not have a picture inside. Here you see a screwdriver inside the circle, meaning that you should not disassemble. A black circle ( ) with a picture inside alerts you to something you MUST do. This example shows that you MUST unplug the power cord. viii BHT-1200 Series Handling the battery Failure to follow all instructions listed below may cause electrical shock, overheating, smoking, fire, or an explosion. • Do not disassemble or modify the battery. • Do not use batteries other than the specified ones. • Do not connect the battery (+) and (-) terminals with a metal object such as a wire. • Do not carry or store the battery together with metallic ball-point pens, necklaces, coins, hairpins, etc. • Do not use or store the battery in places exceeding the service or storage temperature. • Do not expose the battery to fire or heat. • Do not use or leave the battery near high-temperature locations (60°C or higher) such as a fire or heater. • Do not put or wet the battery with water or seawater. • Do not charge the battery near a fire or in direct sunlight. • Do not charge the rechargeable battery where any inflammable gases may be emitted • Do not hammer nails into the battery, hit it with a hammer, or step on it. • Do not subject the battery to strong impact or throw it. • Do not use a damaged or deformed battery. • Do not solder directly to the battery. • Do not put the battery into a microwave oven or high-pressure container. • During use, charging, or storage of the battery, if any odor comes from the battery, it is overheated, discolored, deformed, or anything unusual is noticed, remove the battery if in the BHT or charger. Do not use the battery. • If any battery fluid leaks out from the battery and gets into your eyes or comes into contact with the skin, wash thoroughly with clean water such as tap water without rubbing, and seek medical attention immediately. Failure to follow instruction may result in eye or skin injuries. • Stop charging if the charge is not completed after the specified time has elapsed. ix Barcode Handy Terminal/2D code Handy Terminal To System Designers ● In a life-critical system such as a medicines management system, even a simple data error may cause a potential life-threatening situation. Always design a redundant fail-safe system to protect human lives. Handling the BHT Failure to follow all instructions listed below may cause electrical shock, overheating and smoking. • Do not disassemble or modify the BHT. • Do not insert foreign objects in the BHT. • Do not wet the BHT with water or seawater. • Do not put the BHT into a microwave oven or high-pressure container. • Do not leave the BHT in places where there are excessively high temperatures, such as inside closed-up automobiles or in places exposed to direct sunlight. • Do not use or store the battery in places exceeding the service or storage temperature. • Do not use the BHT with the damaged case. • Do not use the power supply other than the battery specified by DENSO WAVE. • Do not poke anyone’s eyes with the stylus that comes with the BHT. The 2D Code Handy Terminal uses a laser light for indicating the scanning range. The intensity of the laser light is too low to inflict bodily injury. However, do not stare into beam. You must observe the following precautions when handling the BHT equipped with laser light. 1) Never stare into the reading window. 2) Never point the reading window at someone’s eye. The 2D Code Handy Terminal complies with IEC 60825-1 Ed.2:2007. In accordance with Clause 5 and 6, IEC 60825-1, the following information is provided to the user:
BHT-1261QWB Reading Window
BHT-1261QWBG (Laser Light emission window) LASER LIGHT DO NOT STARE INTO BEAM CLASS 2 LASER PRODUCT
Caution – Use of controls or adjustments or performance of procedures other than those specified herein may result in hazardous laser light exposure. • If smoke, abnormal odor, noises, or anything unusual is noticed, immediately turn the BHT off and remove the battery from the BHT. • If the battery fluid leaks out from the battery and gets into your eyes, or comes into contact with the skin, wash thoroughly with clean water such as tap water without rubbing, and seek medical attention immediately. Failure to follow instruction may result in eye or skin injuries. • Stop charging if the charge does not complete after the specified time has elapsed. x BHT-1200 Series Handling the BHT Failure to follow all instructions listed below may cause not only incorrect operation, but also overheating, smoking and malfunction. • When using the hand belt, avoid getting them caught in other objects or entangled them in rotating machinery. • Do not use the BHT near wireless devices such as personal radios and ham radios. • Do not place magnetic cards such as cash cards, credit cards, etc., close to the BHT speaker. Failure to follow instruction may result in the loss of magnetic data. • Do not place your ear close to the speaker when sounds are emitted. Failure to follow instruction may result in hearing loss. • Do not use excessive force when inserting or removing the rechargeable battery. • Do not use the BHT in environments where static electricity can build into significant charges. • Do not drop the BHT on the floor or subject it to strong impact. • Do not touch the BHT with greasy hands or gloves. • Make sure that both the BHT and battery are dry before placing the BHT into the cradle Failure to follow instruction may result in a fire or electrical shock • This product is equipped with the connector for a microSD card. Do not insert anything other than a microSD card. Do not use excessive strength when inserting the microSD card. Insert the microSD card straight into the slot with the metal contacts facing up and going in first. Failure to follow instruction may damage the microSD card and connector. • Plugging in the BHT into the CU: Slide the BHT gently into the CU. Make sure that it is placed along the guides and not tilted or twisted. If the BHT does not easily fit into the CU, please take it out, check the CU and the BHT for interfering obstacles and try again. Never use any force to attach the BHT into the CU. xi BHT-1200 Series Chapter 1 Outline This chapter describes the system and overall outline of the BHT. 1.1 System Configuration···································································· 2 1.1.1 Hardware Configuration······································································ 2 1.1.2 Software Configuration······································································· 3 1.2 Component Names and Functions ··················································· 4 1.2.1 BHT································································································ 4 1.2.2 CU ································································································· 8 1.2.3 Keypad···························································································· 9 1.2.4 BHT Screen ····················································································11 BHT-1200 Series 1.1 System Configuration This section describes the hardware and software required for the BHT code data collection system. 1.1.1 Hardware Configuration The following figure shows the required hardware for the BHT code data collection system. The required hardware varies depending on the communication used. Wireless communication Ethernet BHT Wireless LAN access point (option) BHT Host computer Ethernet communication USB/RS232C communication CU-1211 Bluetooth® communication
BHT BHT Bluetooth® enabled devices (option) 3G/GSM communication Wireless base station CU-1233
(for BHT-1261QWBG-CE only) 2 Barcode Handy Terminal/2D code Handy Terminal 1.1.2 Software Configuration  BHT Operating System (OS) Microsoft Windows Embedded CE 6.0 R3  Application Program Development Environment Refer to the BHT API Reference Manual and BHT Class Library Reference Manual. 3 BHT-1200 Series 1.2 Component Names and Functions 1.2.1 BHT BHT-1260BWB-CE/BHT-1261BWB-CE ④ ② ③ ⑤ ⑥ ⑦ ⑪ ⑨ ①
⑧ ⑧ ⑩
4 Barcode Handy Terminal/2D code Handy Terminal BHT-1260QWB-CE/BHT-1261QWB-CE ④ ② ③ ⑤ ⑥ ⑦ ⑪ ⑨ ① ⑧ ⑩ 5 BHT-1200 Series BHT-1261QWBG-CE ④ ② ⑬ ⑤ ⑥
⑮ ⑦ ⑭
⑫ ③ ① ⑧ ⑩
6 Barcode Handy Terminal/2D code Handy Terminal No. Name Function and Description ① Speaker Emits sounds ② LED Indicator Illuminates in red during charging and turns green upon completion of charging. Illuminates in blue when the BHT has successfully read a code. IEEE802.11b/g/n built-in antennaCommunicates with the wireless LAN access point. ③ Bluetooth® built-in antenna Communicates with other Bluetooth® enabled devices. ④ LCD (with Touch panel) Displays characters and graphic patterns. Enters data by tapping the screen with the stylus. ⑤ Interface port Connects to the CU for charging and communication. ⑥ Trigger key To read a code, press this key. (This key functions the same as the Scan key.) ⑦ Reading window To read a code, point this reading window at a code. ⑧ Battery cover lock Locks or unlocks the battery cover. ⑨ Battery cover To replace the battery, remove this cover ⑩ Battery Main BHT power source ⑪ Hand belt Keeps the BHT secure in the palm of your hand. ⑫ Camera Takes photos ⑬ Built-in GPS antenna Receives GPS signals ⑭ Built-in 3G diversity antenna Communicates via 3G networks ⑮ Interface connector For the wireless WAN (3G/GSM) communication 7 BHT-1200 Series 1.2.2 CU The CU is a battery charger with communication function. The CU-1211 and CU-1233 are for the BHT-1200 Series, and referred to as the CU in this manual unless otherwise indicated.
② ① ③ ④ ⑤
NO. Name Function and Description Power communication LED Illuminates in green while the power is ON. Blinks in green during communication. Spare battery charge LED
① LED Panel ② BHT charge terminals and interface terminals Illuminates in red during charging and turns green upon completion of charging. Power communication LED Spare battery charge LED BHT charge terminals Charges a battery. Interface terminals Exchanges data with the BHT.
③ Spare battery charging slot Charges a spare battery. ④ Power inlet connector Use only the dedicated AC adapter (DC12V). Exchanges data with the host computer or communication station.
⑤ Interface connector The CU-1211: Ethernet port (100Base-T). The CU-1233: RS-232C port and USB port
8 Barcode Handy Terminal/2D code Handy Terminal 1.2.3 Keypad The BHT key functions can be changed with user programs. The figure below shows an example of settings for each key function. 9 BHT-1200 Series No. Key Name Function and Description ① + Tab keyMoves a cursor to the next tab stop Can also be used as the M4 key.
② + M1, M2, M3 ・The Shift Key and Enter key functions can be assigned to these magic keys in the System Menu.
③ ④ Magic Keys ・Characters can be assigned with user programs. Refer to 4.4 System Menu Details for how to use the System Menu.
⑤⑥ Trigger keys Reads a code when pressed. (This key functions the same as a Trigger key.) ⑦ Backspace key Moves a cursor one character to the left and deletes a character from the current cursor position. ⑧ Scan key Reads a code when pressed. (This key functions the same as a Trigger key.) ⑨ Enter key Enters data or executes operations. ⑩ Cursor keys/ Function keysMoves a cursor, selects menus or functions. ⑪ Numeric keys Enters data. to , ⑫ Escape key Cancels the operation. ⑬ Shift key Switches to the shift mode. ⑭ Function mode key Switches to the function mode. ⑮ Alphabetical mode key Switches to alphabet entry mode. ⑯ Space key Enters space. ⑰ Function keys Selects functions. ⑱ Power key Turns the BHT power ON and OFF. 10 Barcode Handy Terminal/2D code Handy Terminal 1.2.4 BHT Screen All screens in this User’s Manual are simulated. Actual screens may differ depending on user settings and other factors. Note: Taskbar may also differ from the actual screens. Shows a battery power level. Shows a local area network (wired LAN) connection status when using a CU. : The BHT is connected to a wired network. : The BHT is disconnected to a wired network. Shows the wireless device status and radio field strength. : Wireless LAN is disconnected or failed to authenticate → → → : Vertical bars indicate radio field strength. Strong → Weak Shows the Bluetooth® status. : The Bluetooth® device is ON. (Blue) : The Bluetooth® device is OFF. (Grey) ( This icon does not show in taskbar by default settings. To show this icon, change the settings in the System Menu or with user programs.) Displays the WWAN received signal strength. (Only for BHT-1200QG) Not Detect → → → → Signal strength level: The number of the blue bars means more stronger signal. No SIM card Shows that shift mode is ON. Shows that function mode is ON. Shows that the BHT is communicating with the computer via Microsoft ActiveSync / Windows Mobile Device Center (WMDC). Shows that alphabet entry mode is ON. (To change entry mode, press the Alpha key.) Refer to the BHT Class Library Reference Manual “Chapter 9 Keyboard” for the input character details while in the ALP mode. Tap this icon while an application is running to display the desktop. Tap again to return the original application screen. 11 BHT-1200 Series Shows the software keyboard status. : Shows that the software keyboard is activated. : Shows that the software keyboard is deactivated. Shows that the CPU is in standby mode. (This icon does not show in taskbar by default settings. To show this icon, change the settings in the System Menu or with user programs.) Shows that the Caps Lock key on the software keyboard is ON. Tap this icon to display/hide the software keyboard menu. Keyboard: Tap the "Keyboard" item to display the small software keyboard. LargeKB: Tap the “LargeKB” item to display the large software keyboard. Hide Input Panel: Tap the "Hide Input Panel" item to hide the software keyboard. This item is enabled if software keyboad is displayed. − Note − To minimize power consumption, the BHT automatically switches to standby mode after it has not been operated for a specified period*. In standby mode, the touch screen is not refreshed, and as a result, icons in the taskbar may not be displayed or refreshed, and the calendar clock may not display the correct date or time. * Default is one second, and can be changed to desired time period in the System Menu (Refer to “Chapter 4 System Operation”) or by creating user programs. Refer to the "BHT API Reference Manual" or "BHT Class Library Reference Manual” for details of the user program creation method. 12 BHT-1200 Series Chapter 2 BHT Preparation This chapter describes information and preparations required prior to operation. 2.1 “BHT Preparation” Procedure·························································14 2.2 Loading and Charging the Battery···················································14 2.2.1 Loading and Charging the Battery ······················································ 15 2.2.2 Battery Power Level Indicator···························································· 18 2.2.3 Battery Voltage Drop········································································ 18 2.3 Attaching the Stylus ·····································································19 2.3.1 Attaching the Stylus ········································································· 19 2.3.2 Holding the BHT ············································································· 19 2.3.3 Using the Stylus ·············································································· 19 2.3.4 How to use the touch screen ····························································· 20 2.4 Initial Setup················································································21 2.5 Turning OFF the Power ································································22 2.5.1 Normal Power OFF ········································································· 22 2.5.2 Turning the Power OFF after Registry Back-up····································· 22 2.5.3 Auto Power OFF ············································································· 23 2.6 Resetting and Full Resetting··························································24 2.6.1 Reset···························································································· 24 2.6.2 Reset Method················································································· 24 2.6.3 Full Reset ······················································································ 24 2.6.4 Full Reset Method ··········································································· 24 2.6.5 Memory Contents after Reset/Full Reset ············································· 25 2.6.6 Reinstall/Recovery methods of data after Reset/Full reset ······················ 25 2.7 Inserting and removing the microSD/microSIM ··································27 2.7.1 Inserting the microSD ······································································ 27 2.7.2 Removing the microSD or microSIM ··················································· 28 BHT-1200 Series 2.1 “BHT Preparation” Procedure Follow the steps below to prepare the BHT. 2.2 Loading and Charging the Battery (Page 12) First load and charge the battery. 2.3 Attaching the Stylus (Page 17) Attach the stylus to prevent it from being lost.
2.4 Initial Setup (Page 19) Calibrate the touch screen and set the calendar clock when the power is turned ON for the first time.
2.2 Loading and Charging the Battery The battery is not charged when purchased. Charge the battery before using. To charge the battery, use only the CU. The charge time is approximately 3 hours for the standard rechargeable battery, 4.5 hours for the large-capacity rechargeable battery. A slightly discharged battery takes less times to fully charge. Charging Precautions • Do not touch the BHT, battery, or charger terminals by hand or stain them. Failure to follow instruction may result in a contact failure or a charging error. • Never charge the battery near fire or in a high-temperature environment. High-temperatures may activate the charger protection device to stop charging, or lead to protection device damage, overheating, explosion or fire. • Stop charging if the charge does not complete after the specified time has elapsed. 14 Barcode Handy Terminal/2D code Handy Terminal 2.2.1 Loading and Charging the Battery 1. Loosen the hand belt. 2. Push down and slide the cover lock to open the cover. 3. Load the battery in the direction shown by the arrow. Terminal Battery pull tape 4. Replace the cover and slide shut the cover lock. − Point − Do not pinch the battery pull tape between the battery cover when replacing the cover. 5. Fasten the hand belt to the same fit position. 15 BHT-1200 Series 6. Power Communication LED Connect the dedicated AC adapter to the CU (power inlet connector) and wall socket. CU The Power Communication LED illuminates in green when connected.
7. Set the BHT in the CU. AC adapter
8. The BHT beeps sounds, when the LED Indicator turns red, and charging begins. − Point − Do not remove the BHT from the CU at least 3 hours for the standard rechargeable battery, 4.5 hours for the large-capacity rechargeable battery, when using the BHT for the first time or after long unused periods of time, 9. The BHT indicator LED will change to green when charging is completed. Red LED ON Green LED ON
− Point − ● Charging takes approximately 3 hours for the standard rechargeable battery, 4.5 hours for the large-capacity rechargeable battery. ● A slightly discharged battery takes less time to fully charge. ● The indicator LED flashing in red indicates the following causes. The proper action stated below must be taken. ・Abnormal temperature of the battery is detected. ・Charge the battery under the proper temperature (0℃~40℃) ・Avoid places where there are objects generating heat nearby or exposed to direct sunlight. ・Stop charging and replace the battery if there are no objects generating heat nearby. ・Charge terminal contact failure ・Wipe any dirt or dust from the charge terminals as described in “Chapter 6 Maintenance” – “6.4 Daily Maintenance”. ・Charging is not completed after the specified time has elapsed. ・Always use a dedicated AC adapter to charge the battery. ・The battery is broken or the battery life has ended. ・Replace the battery. 16 Barcode Handy Terminal/2D code Handy Terminal − Note − The BHT has a backup battery to backup the internal memory and calendar clock. The internal backup battery first charges when a charged battery is loaded. Do not remove the battery from the BHT for at least 2 days when using the BHT for the first time or when left unused for long periods. Failure to follow all instructions listed below may result in charger overheating, smoking, explosion or fire. ● Never disassemble or modify the battery. ● Never connect the battery terminals with a metal object such as wire. ● Never carry or store the battery together with metal object such as necklaces or hairpins. ● Never expose the battery to fire or heat. ● Never use or leave the battery in the vicinity of high-temperature locations (60° C or higher) such as a fire or heater. ● Never put or wet the battery with water or seawater. ● Never charge the battery near a fire or in direct sunlight. ● Never hammer nails into the battery, hit it with a hammer, or step on it. ● Never subject the battery to strong impact or throw it. ● Never use a damaged or deformed battery. ● Never solder directly to the battery. ● If battery fluid leaks out from the battery and gets into your eyes or comes into contact with the skin, wash thoroughly with clean water such as tap water without rubbing, and seek medical attention immediately. Failure to follow instruction may result in eye or skin injuries. Failure to follow instruction below may result in charger overheating, smoking, blowup or combustion. ● Stop charging if the charge does not complete after the specified time has elapsed. − Note − ● The BHT is equipped with a backup battery to backup the internal memory and calendar clock in case the battery is removed or the battery voltage falls below the stipulated level. It is therefore necessary to charge the internal backup battery when using the BHT for the first time or when left unused for long periods of time. The backup battery is charged automatically when a fully-charged battery is loaded. To ensure that the backup battery is fully charged, do not remove the battery for at least 2 days when using the BHT for the first time or when using it after long periods of time. ● Refer to Chapter 6, 6.3 Using the BHT after Long Periods for the details of handling the BHT after long periods of time. ● Avoid storing the battery in high-temperature locations. The battery capacity may decrease. ● Do not touch the BHT, battery, or charger terminals by hand or stain them. Failure to follow instruction may result in a BHT malfunction or battery charging failure. It is recommended that any dirt on the battery terminals or BHT battery terminals be regularly wiped off with a soft, dry cloth. 17 BHT-1200 Series 2.2.2 Battery Power Level Indicator The battery power level can be checked with the icon (battery power level indicator) shown in the taskbar. The icon shows the battery power in four levels. These levels are only a rough estimate of battery power, make sure to charge the battery before running out of power. :The battery power is full. : The battery power is partially used. Charging sooner is better. : The battery power is low and should be charged immediately. : The battery power is completely gone. Charge immediately or replace with a fully charged battery. Note: The taskbar in this manual varies from the actual BHT LCD screen. About the Battery Level • The battery power level indicator is used as a rough estimate of the remaining power. Use this indicator as a guideline. • The battery power level will vary depending on BHT operation, therefore the actual battery voltage may differ from the battery power level indicator. • Be sure to charge the battery promptly before the battery power runs out. 2.2.3 Battery Voltage Drop The message on the right shows up for approximately 2 seconds and the beeper sounds three times when the battery voltage drops to a level that requires charging or battery replacement. The message and beeper are briefly indicated to alert you only once when a key is pressed or the touch screen is tapped while using the BHT. Then the BHT returns to normal operation. Replace or charge the battery promptly. If the BHT is left without charging the battery, the BHT may perform full-reset automatically and data including files and settings stored in the RAM may be lost. If the BHT is used without charging or replacing the battery after the above message is shown, the battery voltage drops to a level that stops the BHT operation. Then the screen on the right shows up, the beeper sounds five times, and the power automatically turns OFF. (Depending on the battery level, this message may not show up or the beeper may not sound five times.) Replace or charge the battery immediately when this message shows up. If the BHT is left without charging the battery, the BHT may perform full-reset automatically and data including files and settings stored in the RAM may be lost. Refer to Chapter 2, 2.6.5 Memory Contents after Reset/Full Reset. 18 Barcode Handy Terminal/2D code Handy Terminal 2.3 Attaching the Stylus Attach the stylus to the hand belt to prevent it from being lost. 2.3.1 Attaching the Stylus Attach the stylus as shown below. 2.3.2 Holding the BHT Insert your hand into the hand belt and hold the BHT as shown below. 2.3.3 Using the Stylus Always calibrate the touch screen before use. The BHT liquid crystal display (LCD) is a touch screen. Buttons, menus displayed on the screen can be selected with the stylus provided. (Refer to Chapter 2, 2.4 Initial Setup.) 19 BHT-1200 Series 2.3.4 How to use the touch screen Select the buttons and menus shown on the LCD touch screen with the stylus provided. Action Description Tap Means tapping the touch screen once. Similar to a “click” of a computer mouse. Double-tap Means tapping the touch screen quickly twice. Similar to a “double click” of a computer mouse. Drag Means moving the stylus to an object while pressing the touch screen. Similar to “dragging” a computer mouse. Long-tap / Hold Means touching the touch screen for several seconds. Similar to a "right-click" of a computer mouse. • Always use the stylus provided to tap the touch screen. Never use fingernails or any pointed or hard objects, or subject to strong pressure or impact to the touch screen. Failure to follow instructions may result in damage or a malfunction. • If dirty, clean the touch screen and stylus tip prior to use. Failure to follow instruction may result in scratches to the LCD screen or hinder smooth movement of the stylus. 20 Barcode Handy Terminal/2D code Handy Terminal 2.4 Initial Setup Press the power key to turn ON the BHT. When turning ON the BHT for the first time or after a long period of time, if the dialog box is not displayed, first perform a “full reset” . Refer to Chapter 2, 2.6 Resetting and Full Resetting for details of the full reset method. Press the power key to turn ON the BHT. − Point − Displaying the screen may take time after pressing the power key, but this is not a malfunction of the BHT. Therefore, do not keep pressing the power key more than needed or press it too hard.
Failure to follow instruction may cause breakage or malfunction of the power key. The following screen is displayed when turning ON the BHT. After turning ON the HHT OS is running (After Power ON / Reset / Full-Reset) (Desktop) Power key
21 BHT-1200 Series 2.5 Turning OFF the Power Use one of the following three methods to turn OFF the BHT. Normal power OFF → Press the power key. Turning the power OFF after registry backup → Hold down the SF key and press the power key for 3 seconds or more. Auto power OFF → The power turns OFF automatically when the BHT is not used for a specified length of time. − Point − The power does not turn OFF for 10 seconds once the power turns ON. 2.5.1 Normal Power OFF Press the power key. The BHT power turns OFF after the screen on the right is displayed. − Point − Do not remove the battery while the message on the right is displayed. Failure to follow instruction may result in a loss of the data stored in the BHT. 2.5.2 Turning the Power OFF after Registry Back-up Hold down the SF key and press the power key for 3 seconds or more. The message on the right is displayed and registry backup begins. The power turns OFF automatically when the backup is completed. − Point − Do not remove the battery while the message on the right is displayed. Failure to follow instruction may result in data stored in the BHT being lost. The Registry is an area in which settings information required for BHT operation is recorded. The OS restores the registry automatically if it is lost. The error message on the right is displayed if the OS fails to restore the registry (because the registry has not been backed up). Refer to Chapter 4, 4.4.3 System Properties - File System for details of how to restore the registry default. 22 Barcode Handy Terminal/2D code Handy Terminal 2.5.3 Auto Power OFF The power turns OFF automatically when the BHT is not used for the length of time set with the user program. The factory default time is set at 3 minutes when the BHT is shipped. * Refer to Chapter 4 System Operation for details of auto power OFF. − Point − Do not remove the battery while Auto Power OFF is processing. Failure to follow instruction may result in data stored in the BHT being lost. 23 BHT-1200 Series 2.6 Resetting and Full Resetting 2.6.1 Reset Reset the BHT in the following cases. • The BHT does not respond to an entry from the touch screen or keys. • Programs in the BHT malfunction for some unknown reason. 2.6.2 Reset Method With the BHT power ON, press the reset key combination (BKSP + Right Trigger + Power) at the same time. Then release all the keys. − Point − Data stored in files will not be lost by resetting. However, unsaved data currently being edited will be lost. 2.6.3 Full Reset Full reset is required if the problem persists even after resetting. 2.6.4 Full Reset Method With the BHT power ON, press the full reset key combination (BKSP + ENT + Left Trigger + Power) for more than 1 sec. Then release all keys. − Point − All data including files and settings stored in the RAM will be lost and the RAM will revert to the factory default when performing full reset. Back up any important data to the "Flash" folder or to the computer before full reset. The BHT starts from the “Initial Setup” when the BHT turns ON after the data in the RAM is deleted. 24 Barcode Handy Terminal/2D code Handy Terminal 2.6.5 Memory Contents after Reset/Full Reset Reset Full Reset
Data in the “FLASH” folder (on-board FLASH memory) Data in the "Storage Card" folder (microSD card) Data retained Data retained Data retained Data retained
Data in other folders Data retained Data erased Contents of the Registry Data retained Data erased (Note) Data being edited Data erased Data erased (Note) If the Registry has been backed up (Refer to Chapter 2, 2.5 Turning OFF the Power.), the backed up Registry will be used. 2.6.6 Reinstall/Recovery methods of data after Reset/Full reset All data and information except for data in the on-board FLASH memory and microSD card folders will be lost after full reset. Reinstalling applications, registry reset, or recovery of application or registry, are necessary to keep using the BHT. Automatic recovery procedures are explained in the next page. Follow the procedures  through  for full reset recovery,  and  for reset recovery after rebooting. Follow the steps below to skip automatic recovery. - First, perform a full rest by pressing the full reset key combination (BKSP + ENT + Left Trigger + Power) + SCAN key at the same time. - Then press the SCAN key until the power is turned ON (until "Working" is displayed) Memory contents are erased except for the FLASH memory and microSD card folder. The registry is also being lost. (Refer to Chapter 2, 2.6.5 Memory Contents after Reset / Full reset) Refer to Chapter 4, 4.4.3 System Properties - File System for details of how to restore the registry default. Follow the steps below to run the application stored in the microSD card when performing full reset or initial setup. (1) Create a "Setup" folder in the microSD card default folder "Storage Card" (2) Store any applications in "Storage Card\Setup" folder (3) Perform full reset while pressing the ENT key. 25 BHT-1200 Series Details of the procedures below can be changed in the BHT Backup menu and Startup Config menu. Refer to Chapter 4, 4.4.3 System Properties - Data Backup and  Startup Configuration. Procedures Outlines Follow the procedures  through  after full reset,  through  after reset.
 Backup (BHTBackup.exe) Automatic restore (BHTRestore.exe)  Registry backup Registry automatic restore (Regload.exe)  File automatic copy (Regload.exe) (Reset internally)  Execute program automatically And /or Reset(Warm boot) Back up data (files) and registry using backup tool. Restore backup details automatically when rebooting after full reset. For further details, refer to Chapter 4, 4.4.3 System Properties -  Data Backup and  Startup Configuration. “Registry backup” or “Registry automatic restore” can be performed independently. Refer to Chapter 2, 2.5.2 Turning the Power OFF after Registry Back-up. [Note] When  “automatic restore” function is activated, the contents backed up using this “registry backup” function is not automatically restored. Copy files (data) stored in specific folders of the on-board FLASH memory in the order listed below. Folders to copy from Folders to copy to Notes \Flash\Startup\Windows \Windows Does NOT copy files in sub folders. \Flash\Copyfile \(root folder) Copy files in sub folders [Note] "\Flash\Copyfile" folder is strongly recommended, and "\Flash\Startup\Windows" should be only used with older series of BHT. <Example> Folders to copy from <Example> Folders to copy to \Flash\Copyfile\Windows \Flash\Copyfile\Program FilesWindows Program Files Execute the programs automatically including applications stored in the "\Flash\Setup" folder. Execute setup application and install the CAB files, too. [Specific execution with bat file] Execution order can be defined with the "*.bat" file. [Example autorun.bat]
wceload /noui /delete 0 \Flash\SetUp\dnwa.cab call apl1setup.bat call apl1setup.bat regedit /H /I \Flash\Setup\Regfile\setup.reg ' CAB Install ' Application1 setup ' Application2 setup ' registry setup
 Execute program automatically (Windows Startup)  Execute program automatically [Compatibility with the past functions] [Note] For further details about registry setup, refer to Chapter 4, 4.4.3 System Properties - Registry editor. Execute programs automatically including applications stored in "\Windows\Startup". Execute programs automatically including applicators stored in "\FLASH\Startup" [Note] This function is used with older BHT series.
− Point − The bat files (*.bat, *.cmd) stored in the following folder are executed as hidden files in procedure ,  and  if the bat file name starts with ‘_’(underscore). function  : “\Flash\Setup” function  : “\Windows\Startup” function  : “\Flash\Startup” 26 Barcode Handy Terminal/2D code Handy Terminal 2.7 Inserting and removing the microSD/microSIM The microSIM card is available only for the BHT-1261QWBG-CD. 2.7.1 Inserting the microSD Follow the procedure below to insert the microSD or microSIM card (option) into the BHT. 1. Remove the battery. 2. Slide the microSD or microSIM card holder to the unlock position and then open it. microSD card holder microSIM card holder 3. Insert the microSD or microSIM card into the card holder slot. microSD card microSIM card − Point − Insert the microSD or microSIM card straight into the slot. Do not use excessive strength when inserting the microSD or microSIM card, so as not to damage the cards and holders. 4. Close the card holder and then slide the cover to the LOCK position. 5. Load the battery. 27 BHT-1200 Series 2.7.2 Removing the microSD or microSIM Remove the microSD or microSIM card (option) from the BHT using the following procedure. − Caution − Always turn the BHT power OFF before removing the microSD or microSIM card. Failure to follow instruction may result in the loss of data stored in the microSD or microSIM card. 1. Remove the battery. 2. Slide the microSD card holder to the unlock position and then open it. microSD card holder microSIM card holder 3. Remove the microSD card from the holder slot. microSD card microSIM card − Point − Insert the microSD or microSIM card straight into the slot. Do not use excessive strength when inserting the microSD or microSIM card, so as not to damage the cards and holders. 4. Close the card holder and then slide the cover to the LOCK position 5. Load the battery. 28 BHT-1200 Series Chapter 3 Basic Operation This chapter describes how to read barcodes using the BHT, the backlight function, how to use the keypad, and BHT data transmission. 3.1 Reading Codes···········································································30 3.2 Turning ON/OFF the Backlight ·······················································32 3.3 Using the Keypad········································································33 3.3.1 Entering Numerical Data··································································· 33 3.3.2 Entering Alphabet Data ···································································· 33 3.3.3 Using the shift key··········································································· 34 3.3.4 Using the FN key ············································································ 34 3.3.5 Using the Software Keyboard ···························································· 35 3.4 Transmitting Data········································································36 3.4.1 Ethernet Communication ·································································· 37 3.4.2 USB / RS-232C Communication ························································ 37 3.4.3 Bluetooth® Communication ······························································· 38 3.4.4 Wireless Communication ·································································· 39 3.4.5 3G/GSM Communication (for BHT-1261QWBG-CE only)······················· 39 BHT-1200 Series 3.1 Reading Codes Follow the procedure below to read codes. 1. Turn the BHT ON. − Note − ● When turning the BHT on, reading may not be successful immediately. ● While reading, the beeping sound may also be unsuccessful. Power key 2. Tap “BhtShell” icon on the desktop. Then tap “4:Test”, and then tap “1:SCANNER”.
3. Press the trigger key. The BHT emits an illumination light. BHT-1200BWB Series BHT-1200QWB/QWBG Series Illumination light 4. Point the illumination light toward the barcode The LED indicator will illuminate in blue when the BHT has read the code successfully. Barcodes can be read also by pressing the Scan key. − Point − The barcode reading method may vary depending on the application. Follow the instructions provided in the application manual. − Note − ● Clean dirty labels before reading. Illumination light BHT-1200BWB Series Blue LED ON BHT-1200QWB/QWBG Series Blue LED ON
● The BHT may have difficulty reading codes in direct sunlight. ● If the barcode is on a curved surface, read the barcode at the center of the illumination light. ● If the barcode reading window is too far away from the barcode, the readable range will become narrower than the illumination light range. ● Do not use the BHT near any radio equipment such as a personal radio or an amateur radio. Failure to follow instruction may cause the BHT to malfunction. 30 Barcode Handy Terminal/2D code Handy Terminal When having difficulty reading codes… Cause Countermeasure Change the BHT reading angle and try again. BHT-1200BWB Series
Specular reflection Distance from barcode The BHT may not read a barcode due to specular reflection when the illumination light is pointed vertically at a barcode on the printed surface. The BHT may not read a barcode if the BHT reading window is too close to or too far from the barcode, even when the barcode is within the illumination light range. BHT-1200QWB/QWBG Series + + Move the BHT slowly toward or away from the barcode and try again. The illumination light is only a guideline. Maximum reading distance is 100cm from the BHT reading window.
Curved surface The BHT may not read a barcode if the code surface is curved. Read the barcode at the center of the barcode reading window. Barcode surface dirt The BHT may not read a barcode if the code surface is dirty. Wipe the dirt from the barcode and try again.
Barcode reading window dirt Direct sunlight, ambient light The BHT may not read a barcode if the barcode reading window is dirty. The BHT may not read a barcode in direct sunlight or under high ambient light. Blow any dust away with an airbrush, and then gently wipe the reading window with a cotton swab or similar soft object. Read codes away from direct sunlight. Try adjusting the brightness of the ambient light when reading codes indoors.
BHT-1200 Series 3.2 Turning ON/OFF the Backlight To turn the backlight ON or OFF, hold down the SF key and press the M3 key. Backlight OFF or dim (backlight function enabled) Hold down the SF key and press the M3 Key.
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 If no key is pressed for more than 3 seconds.* Backlight ON Press any key or tap the touch screen.
. 0 SF key Hold down the SF key and press the M3 Key. Hold down the SF key and press the M3 Key.
SF key M3 key Backlight OFF or dim (backlight function disabled) * More than 1 minute if the BHT is placed in the CU.
− Point − ● Auto OFF time can be changed with user programs. ● The backlight can also be turned ON or OFF in the Backlight settings menu instead of pressing the SF key and M3 key. 32 Barcode Handy Terminal/2D code Handy Terminal 3.3 Using the Keypad 3.3.1 Entering Numerical Data The default entry mode is numeric, enabling numbers written on the top of numeric keys to be entered. To enter “120” for example, press the “1”, “2” and “0” keys sequentially. To delete the wrong number entered, press the BKSP key and then re-enter the correct number. Numeric entry mode can be also switched with the program. Refer to the BHT API Reference Manual or BHT Class Library Reference Manual for further details. 3.3.2 Entering Alphabet Data The alphabet character assigned to the key will be entered while in the alphabet entry mode. Alphabet entry mode changes every time the ALP key is pressed, in the order as shown in the chart below. Numeric entry mode (default) ALP key
No (default) No Is alphabet entry mode 2 enabled? Yes Alphabet entry mode 2 ALP key Is alphabet entry mode ALP key enabled? Yes (default) Alphabet entry mode
The alphabet entry modes changeable by the ALP key can be selected from the key menu in the System Properties or by using a user program. Refer to Chapter 4 System Operation- 4.4.3 System Properties-  Key for the key menu details, the BHT API reference manual or the BHT Class Library reference manual for the programming details. 33 BHT-1200 Series 3.3.3 Using the shift key The SF key is used in combination with other keys such as the numerical keys or power key for special input procedures. When the SF key is pressed, the keypad is switched to the SF key mode. Refer to the BHT API Reference Manual or BHT Class Library Reference Manual for further details. There are two SF key modes –-“Nonlock mode” and “Onetime mode”. “Nonlock mode”: The keypad stays in the SF mode while the SF key is held down. “Onetime mode” : The keypad is in the SF mode only once each time the SF key is pressed The default is “Nonlock mode”. The SF key mode can be changed in “System Properties”. Refer to Chapter 4, 4.4.3 System Properties –  key. The SF key mode can also be changed with the user program. Refer to the BHT API Reference Manual or BHT Class Library Reference Manual for further details. 3.3.4 Using the FN key The FN key is used to activate the function keys such as the F5 to F12 keys which are printed in blue on the keypad. When the FN key is pressed, the keypad is switched to the FN key mode. There are two FN key modes –-“Lock mode (default)” and “Onetime lock mode”. For example; To use the F9 key, first press the FN key and then press the F1 key. In the lock mode, the F5 to F12 keys are activated until the FN key is pressed again. In the onetime lock mode, the F5 to F12 keys are activated only once each time the FN key is pressed. The FN key mode can be changed in the System Properties. Refer to Chapter4, 4.4.3 System Properties –  key. The FN key mode can also be changed with the user program. Refer to the BHT API Reference Manual or BHT Class Library Reference Manual for further details. 34 Barcode Handy Terminal/2D code Handy Terminal 3.3.5 Using the Software Keyboard Tap the software keyboard status icon in the taskbar or hold down the SF key and press the M2 key to display/hide the software keyboard. Software keyboard Software keyboard status icon Tap the keys on the software keyboard to enter data. 35 BHT-1200 Series 3.4 Transmitting Data Ethernet, USB / RS-232C, Bluetooth® or wireless communication* can be used to transmit data collected by the BHT to the host computer. The data transmission method and BHT setting method varies depending on the system used, contact the system administrator for operation details Request Upload the data collected by the BHT to the host computer as soon as possible. Wireless communication Ethernet BHT Wireless LAN access point (option) BHT Host computer Ethernet communication CU-1211 Bluetooth® communication
BHT BHT 3G/GSM communication Bluetooth®–enabled devices (option) wireless base station CU-1233
(for BHT-1261QWBG-CE only) A wireless local area network between the BHT and wireless LAN access point is required to communicate via the wireless LAN. 36 Barcode Handy Terminal/2D code Handy Terminal 3.4.1 Ethernet Communication The CU-1211 connects to the host computer via ethernet. Place the BHT in the CU-1211 to transmit data. BHT Ethernet Host Computer CU-1211 Requests Handling the CU-1211 • Use a category 5 (Cat 5) Ethernet cable or higher when connecting the CU-1211 to 100BASE-TX networks. Using other cables may cause communication farilure. • Do not forcibly insert the Ethernet cable plug or pull the Ethernet cable strongly. Failure to follow the insturction may result in damage to the connector or cable. • The MAC address is written on the backside of the CU-1211. • Connect the Ethernet cable to the CU-1211 before using Ethernet communication via the CU-1211. 3.4.2 USB / RS-232C Communication The CU-1233 connects to the host computer via USB / RS-232C connection. Set the BHT in the CU-1233 to transmit data.
BHTHost Computer CU-1233 USB / RS232C communication
The BHT RS-232C interface has no signal lines for ActiveSync / WMDC, therefore the BHT cannot transmit data with ActiveSync / WMDC by directly connecting to the hostcomputer. 37 BHT-1200 Series 3.4.3 Bluetooth® Communication The Bluetooth interface permits wireless communications with other Bluetooth®-enabled devices. Bluetooth® communication Bluetooth®-enabled devices BHT The BHT supports the following profiles: - DUN-DT - Generic Access - Serial-DevA - Serial-DevB - Service Discovery - FTP - OPP - A2DP [Notes] The other profiles like HSP, HID and PAN are not supported. Request • Pointing the BHT toward the other devices may improve communications over the link. • Do not cover the antenna area with metal-evaporated tape or by hand. This may result in communication failures. 38 Barcode Handy Terminal/2D code Handy Terminal 3.4.4 Wireless Communication Wireless communicatio to the host computer via the wireless LAN access point. A wireless local area network between the BHT and wireless LAN access point is required to communicate with the wireless LAN access point. Wireless communication Ethernet Wireless LAN Access PointBHT Host Computer Requests • Point the BHT toward the access point to improve wireless communication. • Do not cover the antenna area with metal-evaporated tape or by hand, this may result in communication failures. • Communication may not be possible at the following locations. 1. Near devices operating on the same 2.4GHz waveband as the BHT, such as microwave ovens, industrial heating equipment, or high-frequency medical equipment. 2. Near computers or household appliances such as refridgerators that emit electromagnetic noise. 3. Near metallic objects, in places with high levels of metallic dust, in rooms surrounded by metal walls (metallic influence), or places where the BHT may be subject to strong impact. 3.4.5 3G/GSM Communication (for BHT-1261QWBG-CE only) The BHT transmits data using the 3G/GSM cellular networks via a wireless base station. A contract with a service provider and SIM card are required in order to use the 3G/GSM data communication service. 3G/GSM communication
BHT (for BHT-1261QWBG-CE only) Wireless base station
39 BHT-1200 Series 40 BHT-1200 Series Chapter 4 System Operation This chapter describes how to operate the desktop, Start menu and System Menu, and how to make wireless network settings. 4.1 Desktop·····················································································42 4.2 Start Menu·················································································46 4.3 System Menu Outline···································································63 4.3.1 System Menu Structure ···································································· 64 4.4 System Menu Details ···································································68 4.4.1 Execute Program Menu···································································· 68 4.4.2 Communication Menu ······································································ 69 4.4.3 System Properties ··········································································· 78 4.4.4 Test ·····························································································119 4.4.5 Explorer ·······················································································119 4.4.6 System Information ·······································································119 4.5 Wireless Network Settings··························································· 120 4.5.1 Wireless LAN Menu ······································································120 4.5.2 Information menu ···········································································120 4.5.3 Network menu ···············································································121 4.5.4 Settings menu··············································································122 4.5.5 Profiles menu···············································································125 4.5.6 Link menu ···················································································136 4.5.7 Ping menu···················································································137 4.6 Bluetooth Manager ···································································· 140 4.6.1 Main window description ·································································140 4.6.2 Device Inquiry ···············································································141 4.6.3 Device pairing················································································142 4.6.4 Properties and configuration·····························································143 4.6.5 Remote devices services·································································146 4.6.6 Disconnection management·····························································153 4.6.7 Service connection shortcuts····························································153 4.6.8 Version information ·······································································155 4.6.9 Exit the Bluetooth Manager······························································155 4.7 WWAN Manager······································································ 156 4.7.1 WWAN Manager menu ···································································156 4.7.2 General ························································································157 4.7.3 DataConnection ·············································································158 4.7.4 Security························································································159 4.7.5 Bands ··························································································161 4.7.6 Info······························································································161 4.7.7 Ping ···························································································162 4.7.8 Exit the WWAN Manager ·································································163 4.7.9 Automatic Power Restore ································································163 4.7.10 Error Message···············································································163 4.8 Scanner Reading Parameters ······················································ 164 4.8.1 Top Menu ·····················································································164 4.8.2 Read Mode ···················································································164 4.8.3 Read Code ···················································································165 4.8.4 Data Edit ······················································································169 4.9 Hard Test Menu ········································································ 171 4.9.1 HardTest Menu ··············································································171 4.10 BHT Photo··············································································· 180 4.10.1 Taking Still Images ·········································································181 4.10.2 Changing the image save folder························································181 4.11 Application Launcher ································································· 182 4.11.1 Main menu····················································································182 4.11.2 Initial setup ···················································································182 4.11.3 User mode ····················································································183 4.11.4 Administrator mode ········································································184 4.12 Session Keeper ········································································ 192 BHT-1200 Series 4.1 Desktop The windows desktop is displayed after the initial setup. (Refer to Chapter 2, 2.4 Initial Setup.) The following is an explanation of all the icons on the desktop. The icons on the desktop are application icons, and start up a program by double tapping each icon. My Device / My Documents “My Device” is used to see file information and programs inside the BHT. To open, double tap the My Device icon. “My Documents” is also used to see file information inside the BHT. To open, double tap the My Documents icon. Recycle Bin “Recycle Bin” stores deleted files from the BHT memory. To see deleted files, double tap the Recycle Bin icon. To recover deleted files from the Recycle Bin, select the file to recover and tap [File(F)] – [Restore(E)]. To delete specific files in the Recycle Bin from the BHT memory, select the file to delete and tap [File(D)] – [Delete(D)]. To delete all files in the Recycle Bin from the BHT memory, select all files and tap [File(D)] – [Empty Recycle Bin(B)]. − Note − Files in the FLASH or Storage Card folder are deleted directly from the BHT memory, not stored in the Recycle Bin. 42 Barcode Handy Terminal/2D code Handy Terminal Hand Held Terminal BhtShell Barcode Handy Terminal “BhtShell” is a system menu launcher that provides easy access to the system menus. To start up the system menu, double tap the BhtShell icon. Refer to Chapter 4, 4.4 System Menu Details. FullScreen “FullScreen” is an Internet Explorer without a menu bar, address bar and status bar. Full Screen Internet Explorer has the same functions as a standard Internet Explorer. Full Screen Internet Explorer displays the screen shown on the right when the BHT is disconnected from the network (LAN / WLAN / …). To reconnect the BHT to the server, press the following function keys. F4 :Reconnects to the current URL F12 : Reconnects to the “Start Page” in Internet Options >General tab. Refer to BHT Web Browser Plug-in Reference Manual, chapter 2. Web browser settings for more details. - Close control of “FullScreen” - Plug-in settings (enable/disable) - Error control (enable/disable) - Function key assignment (only for FullScreen) 43 BHT-1200 Series Internet Explorer “Internet Explorer” is used to browse web pages. To run Internet Explorer, double tap the Internet Explore icon. − Note − Before using Internet Explorer, set up the wireless settings and open the wireless device. Refer to Chapter 4, 4.4.3 System Properties –  Wireless LAN, or 4.5 Wireless Network Settings. Internet Options “Internet Options” is used to set up internet settings. Select [View(V)] – [Internet Options(O)] from the Internet Explorer menu to open the Internet Options. To set up the Internet connection settings, tap the Connection tab. 44 Barcode Handy Terminal/2D code Handy Terminal Hand Held Terminal Media Player Barcode Handy Terminal “Media Player” is used to play windows media and MP3 files. To play digital media files, double tap the Media Player icon. Microsoft WordPad “Microsoft WordPad” is the basic word processor in windows. To use WordPad, double tap the Microsoft WordPad icon. Remote Desktop Connection “Remote Desktop Connection” is used to control other computers remotely. To connect to a remote computer, double tap the Remote Desktop Connection icon. Refer to the BHT RDP Plug-in Reference Manual to control local devices such as barcodes, beeper, LED and so on for the BHT operating in the Microsoft Windows terminal service / desktop environments. 45 BHT-1200 Series 4.2 Start Menu Start menu is used to run programs installed in the BHT and set up system settings. The following is an explanation of all the functions in the start menu. Tap the button in the bottom left corner of the desktop to open the start menu. App Launcher The Application Launcher is an application guard tool that is used to restrict the use of applications for the BHT end users in order to ensure smooth BHT operation. In the Start menu, tap Programs > App Launcher > AppLauncher to start up the AppLauncher program. Refer to Chapter 4, 4.11 Application Launcher. BHT Photo “BHT Photo” is used to take photos with the BHT. In the Start menu, tap Programs > BHTPhoto > BHTPhoto to start up the BHTPhoto program. Refer to Chapter 4, 4.10 BHT Photo. Terminal In the Start menu, tap Programs > Communication > Terminal to open the Terminal window. Double tap the Make New Session icon and follow the instructions given by the wizard. . 46 Barcode Handy Terminal/2D code Handy Terminal Hand Held Terminal Barcode Handy Terminal kbifCE “kbifCE” is a keyboard interface software program to display a virtual keyboard (software keyboard) on the screen. The virtual keyboard provides the use of the stylus for data entry. To use the virtual keyboard, tap Programs > kbifCE > kbifCE in the Start menu. The kbifCE icon is shown and stays active in the task bar. Refer to the BHT-CE kbifCE User's Guide. kbifCE icon Session Keeper（Available only for BHT-1261QWBG-CE） In the Start menu, tap Programs > SessionKeeper > SessionKeepr to open the application. Refer to Section 4.12 Session Keeper in Chapter 4 System Operation. Command Prompt “Command Prompt” is a windows command processor, and is used to execute entered commands. In the Start menu, tap Programs > Command Prompt to open the command prompt window. The following programs can also be started in the start menu. Internet Explorer In the Start menu, tap Programs > Internet Explorer to run Internet Explorer. Refer to Chapter 4, 4.1 Desktop –Internet Explorer. Media Player In the Start menu, tap Programs > Media Player to run Media Player. Refer to Chapter 4, 4.1 Desktop – Media Player. Microsoft WordPad In the Start menu, tap Programs > Microsoft WordPad to run Microsoft WordPad. Refer to Chapter 4, 4.1 Desktop – Microsoft WordPad. 47 BHT-1200 Series Remote Desktop Connection In the Start menu, tap Programs > Remote Desktop Connection to run Remote Desktop Connection. Refer to Chapter 4, 4.1 Desktop – Remote Desktop Connection. Windows Explorer “Windows Explorer” is used to browse files and folders inside the BHT. In the Start menu, tap Programs > Windows Explorer to run Windows Explorer. The Windows Explorer first opens the My Device. Refer to Chapter 4, 4.1 Desktop – My Device. − Note − When connecting the BHT to the (remote) host computer via a windows network, set the time and date of the BHT properly. If both the BHT and the (remote) host computer do not have the same date and time, the BHT may not log into the (remote) host computer. Favorites “Favorites” is used to view a list of registered files in the favorites folder. To add a file to the favorites folder, create a shortcut of the file in the “\Windows\favorites” folder. Documents “Documents” is used to view a list of recently used files. To add a file to the Documents folder, use the SHAddToRecentDocs(D) standard API. Refer to the help menu in application development tools for further details on SHAddToRecentDocs(D). 48 Barcode Handy Terminal/2D code Handy Terminal Hand Held Terminal Control Barcode Handy Terminal Panel “Control Panel” is used to set up a windows operating environment. In the Start menu, tap [Settings(S)] – [Control Panel(C)] to open Control Panel. Backlight “Backlight” is used to change the backlight settings. To open the Backlight menu, double tap the Backlight icon in the Control Panel . General tab- Backlight (*1) “General” tab is used to change the following general settings. Tap the General tab in the Backlight menu to change the General settings. Enable: Turns the backlight ON when any key is pressed or the screen is tapped. Disable: Turns the backlight OFF when any key is pressed or the screen is tapped. (*1) The backlight ON/OFF keys (SF key + M3 key) overrides the above backlight settings. Whenever the backlight ON/OFF keys (SF key + M3 key) are pressed, the backlight switches between ON and OFF regardless of the backlight settings in this menu. Refer to Chapter 3, 3.2 Turning ON/OFF the Backlight for details of the backlight ON/OFF keys. General tab - Specify the illumination time (sec) Set the backlight ON time in seconds. The backlight is turned ON for a specified period of time when any key is pressed or the screen is tapped. Battery Power: Backlight ON time duration when the BHT is not placed in the CU. External Power: Backlight ON time duration when the BHT is placed in the CU. Checkbox Value Description Checked 0 Continuously ON 1 to 600 1 to 600 seconds Unchecked - Backlight OFF General tab - Select the illumination part Select the part to be illuminated when turning ON the backlight with the user application. None LCD Keypad LCD and Keypad 49 BHT-1200 Series “LCD/Keypad” tab is used to change the LCD/Keypad brightness, power save level and keypad backlight ON timing. To change the settings, tap the LCD/Keypad tab in the Backlight menu. LCD/Keypad tab - LCD Backlight ON Level Select the LCD brightness from the following four levels. Off Low Bright (Dark) Mid Bright High Bright (Bright) Power Save Level “Power save Level” is used to save battery power when the BHT is not in use for a period of time specified in the General tab – “Specify the illumination time (sec)”. Select “Dim” or “Off”. Dim: Dim (Backlight stays ON faintly.) Off: Backlight turns OFF. LCD/Keypad tab - Keypad Backlight Select when the keypad backlight is turned ON. Key press or Screen tap: The backlight is turned ON when any key is pressed or the screen is tapped. Key press: The backlight is turned ON when any key is pressed. Disable: The backlight is turned Always ON. BHTSettings “BHTSettings” is used to access to the system properties of the BHT. Double tap the “BHTSettings” icon in the Control Panel to open the System Properties menu. Refer to Chapter 4, 4.4.3 System Properties. 50 Barcode Handy Terminal/2D code Handy Terminal Hand Held Terminal Barcode Handy Terminal Error Reporting "Error Reporting" is creates an error information when an error occurs in applications. Enabling Error Reporting is recommended when developing applications. Using Windows CE Dump Viewer in a host computer together with this function helps early detection and solution of application problems. Access to Microsoft HP or MSDN for further details. An error information is created in the Windows\DumpFiles folder when an application error is detected. A folder is created as shown on the left each time when an error occurs, To see error details, copy log files from these folers to a computer then view the error details by using Windows CE Dump Viewer. The following example shows that errors occurred in EXCEPTIONTEST.EXE. [Reference URL] microsoft.com/en-us/download/details.aspx?id=15935 51 BHT-1200 Series PC Connection “PC Connection” is used to connect the BHT to a computer. To change the BHT connection to the computer, double tap the PC Connection icon in the Control Panel to open the PC Connection Properties. Then tap the “Change Connection…” button to change the connection method. System “System” is used to change the windows System Properties. To open the windows System Properties, double tap the System icon in the Control Panel Tap “General” tab to open the General menu. General menu shows the basic windows system information. Tap “Memory” tab to open the Memory menu. The Memory menu is used to check the memory allocation and free space of the RAM memory, and change the RAM memory allocation. − Note − Allocate the memory between “Storage memory” and “Program memory” based on the operating requirements. Depending on the memory allocation (e.g., insufficient program execution space), the BHT may not operate normally. Power Double tap the Power icon in the Control Panel to open the Power Properties menu. “Wakeup” tab is used to set up when the BHT wakes up from a powered off state. 52 Barcode Handy Terminal/2D code Handy Terminal Hand Held Terminal Barcode Handy Terminal Stylus “Stylus” is used to change the stylus settings. To open the Stylus Properties, double tap the Stylus icon in the Control Panel. In “Double-Tap” tab menu, the double tapping speed of the stylus can be changed. In “Calibration” tab menu, the screen can be recalibrated when the BHT is not responding properly to the stylus taps. To recalibrate the touch screen, tap the “Recalibrate” button Then follow the instructions displayed on the screen. Dialing “Dialing” is used to set up the telephone line settings. To open the Dialing Properties, double tap the Dialing icon in the Control Panel. 53 BHT-1200 Series Network and Dial-up Connection “Network and Dial-up Connection” is used to connect the BHT to a network for uploading and downloading files from a remote location. Double tap the Network and Dial-up Connection icon in the Control Panel. Then, double tap the “Make New Connection” to create a new network connection. Enter a new connection name and choose a connection type by following the instructions given by the wizard. Connection type: USB Serial :Connects to a network via a cradle USB LAN / SMSC95001 :Connects to a network via a cradle LAN WLAN / PASS-TIWLNAPI1 :Connects to a network via a Wireless LAN The LAN and WLAN icon in the Network and Dial-up Connection window are used to set the “IP address” and “name servers”. When the BHT connects to a network via a cradle LAN or wireless LAN, set the “IP address” and “name servers” as necessary. To open the “IP address” and “name servers” settings, double tap the LAN icon or WLAN icon whichever the BHT is connecting to. To set the IP address, tap the “IP Address” tab. Obtain an IP address via DHCP: Select this option to automatically obtain an IP address (dynamic IP address) from the DHCP server. Specify an IP address: Select this option to manually enter an IP address (static IP address). To set the IP address for the name server, tap the “Name Servers” tab. Primary DNS : Enter the IP address for the Primary DNS server. Secondary DNS : Enter the IP address for the Secondary DNS server. Primary WINS : Enter the IP address for the Primary WINS server. Secondary WINS : Enter the IP address for the Secondary WINS server. − Note − Contact your network administrator for the IP addresses. Owner “Owner” is used to set up the owner properties (such as the user name, password and domain name) that is required to access the network resource. To set up the Owner properties, double tap the “Owner” icon in the Control Panel, then tap the “Network ID” tab. 54 Barcode Handy Terminal/2D code Handy Terminal Hand Held Terminal Barcode Handy Terminal Volume and Sounds “Volume & Sounds” is used to change sound settings and adjust the sound volume. To change the volume and sounds, double tap the “Volume & Sounds” icon in the Control Panel. In the “Volume” tab, the following settings can be changed. To change the settings below, tap the “Volume” tab. ∙ Sounds volume adjustment (0 to 5) ∙ Event sound enable/disable ∙ Application sound enable/disable ∙ Notification sound enable/disable ∙ Key clicks ∙ Screen taps ∙ Trigger Key clicks In the “Sounds” tab, sounds for various events can be changed. To change the settings, tap the “Sounds” tab. In the “Application” tab, the following settings can be changed. To change the settings, tap the “Application” tab. Select one of the following three patterns to notify code scanning completion, application and system warning. Beeper : Beeper only (default) Vibration : Vibrator only Beeper/Vibration : Beeper and Vibrator − Note − The vibrator can be controlled by adjusting the sound volume in the “Volume” tab. Level 0 (1st position from the left) : The vibrator is disabled Level 1 (2nd position from the left) : Low level vibration 55 BHT-1200 Series “Output Device” tab is used to select an audio output device that emits sounds for the BHT. To select an audio output device, tap the “Output Device” tab. Then choose “Speaker” or “Receiver”. “Input Device” tab is used to adjust the microphone volume when the microphone is used as an input device. To adjust the microphone volume, tap the “Input Device” tab. Then use the slider to adjust the volume level. 56 Barcode Handy Terminal/2D code Handy Terminal Hand Held Terminal Barcode Handy Terminal Regional and Language Settings “Regional and Language Settings” is used to change the display language and the format that windows uses to display dates, times, currency, values and Uniscribe for complex text layout. (for example Thai language). To change the settings, double tap the “Regional and Language Settings” icon in the Control Panel. Uniscribe: Check this box when displaying complex text languages (CTL) such as Thai. - Notes - Default of Uniscribe is changed from "checked" to "unchecked" in this OS version. As a result, the text layout of the complex text languages (CTL) such as Thai is changed after OS update. Check this box to enable Uniscribe after OS update if any one of the complex script languages listed at the following URLs (Microsoft MSDN) is used for an application. msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ee491922(v=winembedded.60).aspx msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/aa912899.aspx Date/Time “Date/Time” is used to set the date, time, time zone and automatic adjustment for daylight saving time. To change the settings, double tap the “Date/Time” icon in the Control Panel. − Note − The year can be set from 2000 to 2099. 57 BHT-1200 Series Display “Display” is used to change the display settings to customize the desktop. To change the display settings, double tap the “Display” icon in the Control Panel. “Background” tab in the Display properties is used to change the desktop background (wallpaper). To change the desktop background, tap the “Background” tab. “Appearance” tab in the Display properties is used to customize the desktop appearance. To change the desktop appearance the way you want, tap the “Appearance” tab. The BHT has a G sensor that provides an automatic rotation screen to match the orientation of the BHT. To set the screen to automatically rotate, check the “Auto-rotate screen” check box in the “Rotation” tab. − Note − Recalibrate the G sensor if the auto-rotate screen does not work properly. Refer to 4.4.3 System Properties –  G sensor. 58 Barcode Handy Terminal/2D code Handy Terminal Hand Held Terminal Barcode Handy Terminal “Resolution” tab in the Display properties is used to change the screen resolution. To change the resolution settings, tap the “Resolution” tab and select the resolution mode. Resolution mode: HVGA (width 320 x height 480 pixels) (default) QVGA (width 240 x height 320 pixels) H1.5 (width 320 x height 320 pixels) VGA (width 480 x height 640 pixels) The settings are affected after the reset. When QVGA mode is selected for the first time, the calibration screen shown on the right is displayed after the BHT is reset. Follow the instructions displayed on the screen to calibrate the touch screen. − Note − HVGA mode is recommended particularly when changing the BHT settings. Some system setting tools such as the “Wireless LAN” (in the System Properties < BHTShell) are built for the HVGA screen. If the QVGA mode is selected when a system setting tool is used, the display images of these tools exceed the actual screen size. Input Panel “Input Panel” is used to change the software keyboard settings. To change the settings, double tap the “Input Panel” icon in the Control Panel. The “Options…” button in the Input Panel tab is used to switch the key size of the software keyboard between “Large” and “Small”. To change the settings, tap the “Options…” button in the Input Panel tab. − Note − Gestures* are always active regardless of the above settings, whether the "Use gestures for...," check box is checked. * Gestures refer to special stylus movements that enable special input methods in the software keyboard as shown on the right. 59 BHT-1200 Series Network and Dial-up Connection “Network and Dial-up Connection” is used to connect the BHT to a network for uploading and downloading files from a remote location. To set up the network settings, tap [Settings(S)] – [Network & Dial-up Connection(N)] in the Start menu, The Network and Dial-up Connection can also be accessed from the Control Panel. Refer to –Chapter 4, 4.2 Start Menu – Control Panel. Task Bar and Start Menu “Taskbar and Start Menu” is used to customize the taskbar and start menu appearance. To change the settings, tap [Settings(S)] – [Taskbar and Start Menu(T)] in the Start menu, In the “General” tab, the taskbar appearance can be changed. Help “Help” is used to browse the Windows CE Help. To browse the Windows CE Help contents, tap [Help(H)] in the Start menu, Run “Run” is used to directly run an application or open a file. To run an application or open a file, tap [Run(R)…] in the Start menu. 60 Barcode Handy Terminal/2D code Handy Terminal Hand Held Terminal Reset Barcode Handy Terminal “Reset” is used to perform a reset or full reset. Tap [Reset(E)] in the Start menu to open the Reset menu. To perform a reset, uncheck the check box (□Full reset) then tap “Yes” button. To perform a full reset, check the check box (☑Full reset) then tap “Yes” button. Screen capture tool (captbht.exe) Captures screen images. The screen images captured can be utilized for creating documents such as an application manual. To open the screen capture tool, 1. Tap the “Desktop > Start > Run… , [Run]” in the Start menu 2. Enter “captbht” in the Run dialog then tap the “OK” button. To capture a screen image, press the [F3] key. The BHT beeps twice when a screen image is captured. The captured screen image is saved as a BMP file in the folder created under the temp folder. Copy this BMP file to the computer to utilize it. To close the screen capture tool, press the [F4] key. The BHT beeps once when the tool is closed. - Note - The BMP files saved as output data consume large amount of memory. For this reason, using the screen capture tool during the BHT operation is not recommended. 61 BHT-1200 Series Remote Display Application The Remote Display Application is a tool that displays a BHT screen on a computer and manipulates the BHT via network. The following application files “CERDISP.exe” and “CERHOST.exe” must be run respectively on the BHT and the host computer in order to manipulate the BHT remotely. BHT : Remote Display Application CERDISP.exe PC : Remote Display Utility CERHOST.exe Remote Display Application CERDISP.exe Follow the steps below to run the Remote Display Application on the BHT. 1. Tap the “Desktop > Start > Run… , [Run]” in the Start menu 2. Enter “cerdisp” in the Run dialog (fig.1) then tap the “OK” button. 3. Tap the “Start” button in the start confirmation dialog (fig.2). The desktop shown in fig.3 is displayed after the application is launched. To skip the start confirmation dialog (fig.2), enter “cerdisp -c” in the Run dialog (fig.1) instead of “cerdisp”. Run dialog (fig.1) Start confirmation dialog (fig.2) Desktop after the cerdisp is launched (fig.3) Remote Display Utility CERHOST.exe Follow the steps below to run the Remote Display Utility on the computer. 1. Copy the “cerhost.exe” which comes with the SDK(SDK\Tools\CERHOST folder) to the computer. 2. Run the “cerhost.exe”. The Cerhost screen (fig.4) is displayed. 3. Select the “Connect…” from the “file” menu. The connect dialog (fig.5) is displayed. 4. Select the BHT to connect from the active target device list shown on the connect dialog, then tap the “OK” button. The BHT desktop shown in fig.6 is displayed on the computer after the application is launched. The computer can manipulate the BHT with this BHT desktop. Cerhost screen (fig.4) Connect dialog (fig.5) BHT desktop (fig.6) 62 Barcode Handy Terminal/2D code Handy Terminal Hand Held Terminal
4.3 System Menu Outline Barcode Handy Terminal
The System Menu provides easy access to perform common tasks such as running programs, communication setup and system setup. The System Menu lists the menus with a corresponding number (menu number). To open the System Menu, double tap the “BhtShell” icon on the desktop. To open each menu in the System Menu, tap a menu button with the stylus or press a menu number with the keypad. To exit the System Menu, tap the or button on the top right corner of the System Menu window. The keys below functions the same in all menus.
Numeric keys ENT key Tab key Cursor keys ESC key Opens a menu when the menu number is pressed. Opens a focused menu (*). Moves a focus. Returns to the previous screen. (**)
* The currently selected menu. In the screen above, the [1:Execute Program] is focused. ** The ESC key function is disabled in the System Properties menu and Explorer menu. Refer to 4.4 System Menu Details, 4.4.3 System Properties, or 4.4.5 Explorer. 63 BHT-1200 Series 4.3.1 System Menu Structure <System Menu> Double tap the “BhtShell” shortcut icon on the desktop to start up the System Menu. <Execute Program> Runs selected applications and opens selected folders or files. (Refer to Chapter 4, 4.4.1 Execute Program Menu) Menu  ESC key <Communication Menu> Communicates with the host computer. (Refer to Chapter 4, 4.4.2 Communication Menu) Menu  ESC key <System Properties> Sets up various settings that control how the BHT works. (Refer to Chapter 4, 4.4.3 System Properties) Menu  64
Menu  ESC key Menu  Menu  ESC key Barcode Handy Terminal/2D code Handy Terminal Hand Held Terminal Barcode Handy Terminal <Test Menu> Performs various hardware tests. (Refer to Chapter 4, 4.7 Hard Test Menu) <Explorer> Runs Explorer. (Refer to Chapter 4, 4.4.5 Explorer) <Version> Displays system information. (Refer to Chapter 4, 4.4.6 System Information)
65 BHT-1200 Series Advanced System Menus that are not in the System Menu Open the System Properties menu. Then hold down the SHIFT key and press the corresponding numerical key. <System Properties> Sets up various settings that control how the BHT works. (Refer to Chapter 4, 4.4.3 System Properties) <Backup Battery Discharge Count Reset> Resets the backup battery discharge count. SHIFT + 0 key ESC key <ActiveSync/WMDC Auto Connection Setting> Sets the ActiveSync/WMDC auto connection via a USB to either ON or OFF. SHIFT + 1 key <Power key> Selects the notification devices (LED, Beeper or both) to notify that the BHT is turned on by the power key. SHIFT + 2 key 66
Barcode Handy Terminal/2D code Handy Terminal Hand Held Terminal Barcode Handy Terminal <Battery Charging Mode> Selects the charging mode when charging a battery while the BHT is turned off (in suspend mode). ESC key SHIFT + 8 key
67 BHT-1200 Series 4.4 System Menu Details The following is an explanation of all the functions in the System Menu. 4.4.1 Execute Program Menu “Execute Program” is used to run applications and open folders or files. 1. Tap “1: Execute Program” in the System Menu. 2. Tap the “Browse…” button. Select a file from the My Device list, or enter a file name. Make sure that the file name displayed in the “Name:” field is correct. Then tap the “OK” button. 3. Confirm that the file name displayed in the “Open:” field is correct. Then tap the “OK” button. 68
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