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PDF Content Summary: 4.3-inch Rugged Mobile Computer E430RM4L Series ARM® CortexTM-A53 Octa-core, 1.3 GHz Android 7.0 User Guide Document Version 1.4 Please read these instructions carefully before using this product, and save this manual for future use. 1 Winmate E430RM4L Rugged PDA User Guide Contents CONTENTS ......................................................................................................................................................................... 1 PREFACE ............................................................................................................................................................................ 4 READ ME FIRST .................................................................................................................................................................. 6 SAFETY INFORMATION ................................................................................................................................................................ 6 EXPOSURE TO RADIO USE ........................................................................................................................................................... 9 RF EXPOSURE INFORMATION ....................................................................................................................................................... 9 ELECTROSTATIC DISCHARGE....................................................................................................................................................... 10 DRIVING ................................................................................................................................................................................ 10 HANDLING AND MAINTENANCE ................................................................................................................................................. 10 ABOUT THIS USER GUIDE................................................................................................................................................. 13 CHAPTER 1: GETTING STARTED ........................................................................................................................................ 14 1.1 INTRODUCTION ................................................................................................................................................................. 14 1.2 PRODUCT FEATURES .......................................................................................................................................................... 14 1.3 UNPACKING ..................................................................................................................................................................... 15 1.4 DESCRIPTION OF PARTS ...................................................................................................................................................... 16 1.5 DIMENSIONS .................................................................................................................................................................... 20 1.6 GETTING STARTED ............................................................................................................................................................. 21 1.6.1 SIM Card and SD Card Installation ........................................................................................................................ 21 1.6.2 Battery Installation ............................................................................................................................................... 23 1.6.3 Charging the Battery ............................................................................................................................................ 25 1.7 TURNING ON AND OFF THE DEVICE ....................................................................................................................................... 26 1.7.1 Turning On ............................................................................................................................................................ 26 1.7.2 Turning Off ........................................................................................................................................................... 26 1.8 RESETTING TO FACTORY DEFAULTS ....................................................................................................................................... 27 CHAPTER 2: USING THE DEVICE ....................................................................................................................................... 28 2.1 USING THE TOUCH SCREEN.................................................................................................................................................. 28 2.2 WAKE UP THE PHONE ........................................................................................................................................................ 29 2.3 USING THE HOME SCREEN .................................................................................................................................................. 29 2.3.1 Personalizing Home Screen .................................................................................................................................. 30 2.3.2 Viewing Other Parts of the Home Screen ............................................................................................................. 32 2.4 STATUS AND NOTIFICATION ICONS ........................................................................................................................................ 33 2.4.1 Notification Icons .................................................................................................................................................. 33 2.4.2 Status Icons........................................................................................................................................................... 33 2.5 USING THE ON-SCREEN KEYBOARD ....................................................................................................................................... 33 2.5.1 Entering Text ........................................................................................................................................................ 34 2.5.2 Editing Text ........................................................................................................................................................... 35 2.6 DISPLAY SETTINGS ............................................................................................................................................................. 36 2.7 AUDIO PROFILE SETTINGS ................................................................................................................................................... 38 2.7.1 Sounds Settings..................................................................................................................................................... 38 2.7.2 Adjusting Volume ................................................................................................................................................. 38 2.8 LANGUAGE AND KEYBOARD SETTINGS ................................................................................................................................... 39 2.8.1 Changing the Keyboard Language........................................................................................................................ 40 2.9 USING THE PHONE ............................................................................................................................................................. 41 2.9.1 To Make a Phone Call ........................................................................................................................................... 41 2.9.2 To Make a Phone Call Using Contact List ............................................................................................................. 42 2.9.3 Answering or Declining Calls ................................................................................................................................ 42 2.10 MESSAGING ................................................................................................................................................................... 43 2.10.1 Sending Text Messages ...................................................................................................................................... 43 2 Contents 2.10.2 Opening and Responding to Text Messages ....................................................................................................... 43 2.11 ABOUT PHONE ................................................................................................................................................................ 44 CHAPTER 3: WINMATE HOME MANAGER ........................................................................................................................ 45 3.1 HOW TO LOCK APPLICATIONS .............................................................................................................................................. 45 3.2 HOW TO UNLOCK APPLICATIONS .......................................................................................................................................... 47 CHAPTER 4: CONNECTING TO NETWORK DEVICES ........................................................................................................... 49 4.1 CONNECTING TO MOBILE NETWORKS .................................................................................................................................... 49 4.1. 1 Checking the Network (GPRS/3G/4G) Connection ............................................................................................... 49 4.1.2 Turning on Data Service........................................................................................................................................ 49 4.2 CONNECTING TO WI-FI NETWORKS ...................................................................................................................................... 50 4.2.1 Turning On the Wi-Fi and Connecting to Wi-Fi networks ..................................................................................... 50 4.2.2 Adding a Wi-Fi Network ....................................................................................................................................... 51 4.3 CONNECTING TO BLUETOOTH DEVICES .................................................................................................................................. 52 4.3.1 Turning Bluetooth ON or OFF ............................................................................................................................... 52 4.3.2 Connecting to a Bluetooth Device ........................................................................................................................ 52 4.3.3 Disconnecting from a Bluetooth Device................................................................................................................ 52 4.4 CONNECTING TO COMPUTER VIA USB ................................................................................................................................... 53 4.4.1 USB Computer Connection ................................................................................................................................... 53 4.4.2 USB Debugging Settings ....................................................................................................................................... 54 CHAPTER 5: USING CAMERA ............................................................................................................................................ 55 5.1 CAPTURING PHOTOS OR VIDEO ............................................................................................................................................ 55 5.1.1 Opening Camera ................................................................................................................................................... 55 5.1.2 Taking Pictures ..................................................................................................................................................... 55 5.1.3 Switching Between Front and Rear Cameras ....................................................................................................... 55 5.1.4 Viewing Pictures ................................................................................................................................................... 56 5.1.5 Shooting videos .................................................................................................................................................... 56 5.1.6 Opening the Gallery .............................................................................................................................................. 57 CHAPTER 6: DATA CAPTURING ........................................................................................................................................ 58 6.1 ANDROID WINMATE DATA COLLECTION (WDC) ..................................................................................................................... 58 6.1.1 Where To Find WDC.............................................................................................................................................. 58 6.1.2 How to Turn On/Off the Power of Barcode Reader .............................................................................................. 59 6.1.3 How to Change the Barcode Symbologies ............................................................................................................ 60 6.1.4 How to Add Commands to Barcode Output ......................................................................................................... 60 6.1.5 How to Change Barcode Reader Scan Type .......................................................................................................... 61 6.1.6 How to Change Settings of the WDC or Reset Back to Default............................................................................. 62 6.1. 7 Scanning the Barcode .......................................................................................................................................... 63 6.1.8 Scanning Tips and Considerations ........................................................................................................................ 64 CHAPTER 7: ACCESSORIES ................................................................................................................................................ 65 7.1 STANDARD ACCESSORIES..................................................................................................................................................... 65 7.1.1 Universal USB Adapter ......................................................................................................................................... 65 7.1.2 Micro USB Cable ................................................................................................................................................... 66 7.1.3 Micro SD Card ....................................................................................................................................................... 66 7.1.4 Hand Strap ............................................................................................................................................................ 66 7.1.5 Bluetooth Manager .............................................................................................................................................. 66 7.1.6 Screen Protector ................................................................................................................................................... 66 7.2 OPTIONAL ACCESSORIES ..................................................................................................................................................... 67 7.2.1 Two Slot Battery Charger ..................................................................................................................................... 68 7.2.2 Charging Dock ...................................................................................................................................................... 68 7.2.3 Micro USB Host Cable (OTG Cable) ....................................................................................................................... 69 7.2.4 Bluetooth Printer .................................................................................................................................................. 69 3 Winmate E430RM4L Rugged PDA User Guide 7.2.5 Soft Case Holder ................................................................................................................................................... 70 7.2.6 Lanyard ................................................................................................................................................................. 70 APPENDIX A: PRODUCT SPECIFICATIONS ......................................................................................................................... 71 APPENDIX B: ORDER INFORMATION ............................................................................................................................... 73 APPENDIX C: SOFTWARE DEVELOPMENT KIT ................................................................................................................... 73 APPENDIX D: OTA ONLINE UPDATE ................................................................................................................................. 74

4 PREFACE PREFACE Warranty Copyright Notice No part of this document may be reproduced, copied, translated, or transmitted in any form or by any means, electronic or mechanical, for any purpose, without the prior written permission of the original manufacturer. Trademark Acknowledgement Brand and product names are trademarks or registered trademarks of their respective owners. Disclaimer We reserve the right to make changes, without notice, to any product, including circuits and/or software described or contained in this manual in order to improve design and/or performance. We assume no responsibility or liability for the use of the described product(s) conveys no license or title under any patent, copyright, or masks work rights to these products, and make no representations or warranties that these products are free from patent, copyright, or mask work right infringement, unless otherwise specified. Applications that are described in this manual are for illustration purposes only. We make no representation or guarantee that such application will be suitable for the specified use without further testing or modification. Our warranty guarantees that each of its products will be free from material and workmanship defects for a period of one year from the invoice date. If the customer discovers a defect, we will, at his/her option, repair or replace the defective product at no charge to the customer, provide it is returned during the warranty period of one year, with transportation charges prepaid. The returned product must be properly packaged in its original packaging to obtain warranty service. If the serial number and the product shipping data differ by over 30 days, the in-warranty service will be made according to the shipping date. In the serial numbers the third and fourth two digits give the year of manufacture, and the fifth digit means the month (e. g., with A for October, B for November and C for December). For example, the serial number 1W16Axxxxxxxx means October of year 2016. 5 Winmate E430RM4L Rugged PDA User Guide Customer Service We provide a service guide for any problem by the following steps: First, visit the website of our distributor to find the update information about the product. Second, contact with your distributor, sales representative, or our customer service center for technical support if you need additional assistance. You may need the following information ready before you call: • Product serial number • Software (OS, version, application software, etc.) • Description of complete problem • The exact wording of any error messages In addition, free technical support is available from our engineers every business day. We are always ready to give advice on application requirements or specific information on the installation and operation of any of our products. Advisory Conventions Four types of advisories are used throughout the user manual to provide helpful information or to alert you to the potential for hardware damage or personal injury. These are Notes, Important, Cautions, and Warnings. The following is an example of each type of advisory. NOTE: A note is used to emphasize helpful information. IMPORTANT An important note indicates information that is important for you to know. CAUTION A Caution alert indicates potential damage to hardware and explains how to avoid the potential problem. WARNING! An Electrical Shock Warning indicates the potential harm from electrical hazards and how to avoid the potential problem. 6 READ ME FIRST READ ME FIRST Safety Information Follow and adhere to all warnings and instructions in this manual. For your safety, please read all safety and operating instructions before using the product. Keep this manual for future reference. General Product Safety Sécurité générale des produits This product should not be used near water such as bathtubs, sinks, swimming pools, wet basement, etc. Do not disregard the safety that a polarized or grounded connection can provide. A polarized connection consists of two plugs, one of which is larger than the other. A grounded connection has two blades and a third one that is grounded. If the main plug provided cannot be inserted into your outlet, consult an electrician to replace your obsolete outlet. Ne pas ignorer la sécurité qu'une prise polarisée ou une prise de terre peut prévoir. Une prise polarisée se compose de deux fiches, dont l'une est plus large que l'autre. Une prise de terre possède deux lames et une troisième qui est la terre. Si la fiche principale fournie ne peut être insérée dans votre prise, consultez un électricien pour remplacer votre prise obsolète. Ce produit ne dois pas être utilisé près de l'eau comme les baignoires, les éviers, les piscines, les sous-sols humides, etc. Do not block any ventilation openings. Do not place the product against a wall or in an enclosed space as doing so might impede the flow of cooling air. Ne pas bloquer les ouvertures de ventilation. Ne pas placer le produit contre un mur ou dans un espace clos de façon à entraver la circulation de l'air de refroidissement. Do not place the product near any heat sources such as radiators, warm air intakes, stoves or other heat-generating devices (including amplifiers or other heat producing equipment). Ne pas placer le produit près d'une source de chaleur comme des radiateurs, les arrivées d'air chaud, poêles ou autres produits générant de la chaleur (y compris les amplificateurs ou autre équipement produisant de la chaleur.) Protect the power cord from being crushed or pinched, particularly in the area of the plugs, any receptacles used, and the point of exit from the apparatus. Do not break off the ground pin of the power cord. Empêcher le cordon d'alimentation d'être écrasé ou pincé, en particulier dans les zones de prises, des containers utilisés, et du point de sortie de l'appareil. Ne pas casser la broche de terre du cordon d'alimentation. Use only accessories specified by the manufacturer. Utiliser uniquement les accessoires spécifiés par le fabricant. Use only with its transport carriage, stand, tripod, console or table specified by the manufacturer or sold with the product. When using a carriage, move the carriage assembly with the product carefully to avoid damage from falling over. Utiliser uniquement avec son chariot de transport, support, trépied, console ou table spécifiés par le fabricant ou vendu avec le produit. Lors de l'utilisation d'un charriot, déplacez l'ensemble chariot avec le produit avec soin pour éviter tout dommage de chute. 7 Winmate E430RM4L Rugged PDA User Guide Unplug this apparatus during lightning storms or when it is not being used for long periods. Débrancher cet appareil durant les orages ou lorsqu'il n'est pas utilisé pendant de longues périodes. Refer all servicing to qualified service personnel. A technical intervention is required when the apparatus has been damaged in any way, for example if the power cord or plug is damaged, liquid has been spilled or objects have fallen inside the unit, if the product has been exposed to rain or moisture, if it does not operate normally or if it has been dropped. Confier toute réparation à du personnel qualifié. Une intervention technique est nécessaire lorsque l'appareil a été endommagé de quelque façon, par exemple si le cordon d'alimentation ou la fiche est endommagé, du liquide a été renversé ou des objets sont tombés à l'intérieur de l'unité, si le produit a été exposé à la pluie ou à l'humidité, s'il ne fonctionne pas normalement ou s'il a été jeté. General Guideline Directive générale It is recommended to reboot the device when some functions are defect or inactive. If it still can't solve the problems please contact your dealer or agent. Il est recommandé de redémarrer l'appareil lorsque certaines fonctions sont défectueuses ou inactives. Si le problème persiste, veuillez contacter votre revendeur ou votre agent. Precaution on Battery Pack Précaution avec le bloc-pile Do Not Expose the Battery Pack to Excessive Heat, or Extreme Heat (Near Fire, in Direct Sunlight for example) Generation of heat, ignition or rupture may result Ne pas exposer le bloc-pile à une Chaleur Excessive, ou une Chaleur Extrême (Près d'un feu, sous la lumière du soleil par exemple) Une production de chaleur, l'amorçage ou la rupture peuvent être occasionnés Do Not Disassemble, Modify, or Insert Sharp Objects Into the Battery Pack. Electrolyte leakage, generation of heat, ignition or rupture may result. Ne pas démonter, modifier, ou insérer des objets pointus à l'intérieur du bloc-pile. Une fuite d'électrolyte, la génération de chaleur, l'amorçage ou la rupture peuvent être occasionnés. Do Not Short the Positive (+) and Negative (-) Terminals of the Battery. Generation of heat, ignition or rupture may result. When carrying or storing the device, do not place the battery pack together with articles that may contact electricity. Ne pas court-circuiter les bornes Positive (+) et Négative (-) de la pile, la génération de chaleur, l'amorçage ou la rupture peuvent être occasionnés. Lors du transport et du rangement de l'appareil, ne pas placer le bloc- pile en même temps que des articles pouvant créer un contact électrique. 8 READ ME FIRST Do Not Apply Shocks to the Battery by Dropping It or Applying Strong Pressure to It. Electrolyte leakage, generation of heat, ignition or rupture of battery may occurs. Ne pas faire subir de choc à la pile en la laissant tomber ou en appliquant une forte pression dessus. Une fuite d'électrolyte, la génération de chaleur, l'amorçage ou la rupture peuvent être occasionnés. Do Not Charge the Battery Other Than Methods Those Specified In This Manual. If the battery is not charged using one of the specified methods, electrolyte leakage, generation of heat, ignition or rupture may result. Do Not Use the Battery Pack With Any Other Products. The battery pack is rechargeable and is only designed for this specific product. If it is used with a product other than the specified product, electrolyte leakage, generation of heat, ignition or rupture may result. Ne pas utiliser avec un autre produit La batterie est rechargeable et a été conçue pour un produit spécifique. Si elle est utilisée sur un produit différent de celui pour lequel elle a été conçue, des pertes d’électrolytes et une production de chaleur sont possibles, elle risque également de prendre feu ou de casser. Do Not Use This Product With Battery Other Than the One Specified. Ne pas charger la pile par d'autres méthodes que celles spécifiées dans ce manuel. Si la pile n'est pas chargée en utilisant l'une des méthodes spécifiées, une fuite d'électrolyte, la génération de chaleur, l'amorçage ou la rupture peuvent être occasionnés. When the Battery Pack Has Deteriorated, Replace It with a New Battery. Continued use of a damaged battery pack may result in heat generation, ignition or battery rupture. Lorsque la pile est détériorée, la remplacer par une nouvelle pile. L'utilisation continue d'une pile endommagée peut occasionner une génération de chaleur, l'amorçage ou la rupture de la pile. Ne pas utiliser ce produit avec une batterie autre que celle spécifiée Discontinue using device immediately if you notice the battery is swelling, or looks puffy or misshapen. Do not attempt to charge or use the device. Do not handle a damaged or leaking battery. Do not let leaking battery fluid come into contact with your eyes, skin or clothing. Si vous remarquez une pile gonflée, élargie ou anormale, cesser l’utilisation de l’appareil immédiatement. N’essayez pas de recharger l’appareil ou de l’utiliser. Ne pas manipuler une pile qui fuit ou qui est endommagée. Ne laissez pas de liquide qui fuit entrer en contact avec vos yeux, votre peau ou vos vêtements. 9 Winmate E430RM4L Rugged PDA User Guide Exposure to Radio Use E500RM8 series is equipped with Bluetooth, Wi- Fi and Cellular modem radio. In some situations or areas, user may be required to turn off the radios. For example: • User’s needs to turn the phone OFF when in an area posted “TURN OFF RADIO SIGNAL.” to avoid interfering with blasting operations. • User needs to turn OFF the radio signal in health care facilities. Hospitals or health care facilities may be using devices that sensitive to Radio Frequency energy. • Aviation authority regulations prohibit user from using phone while in the aircraft. In order to prevent the handheld from emitting radio signals, do the following steps: • To turn off the device: Press and hold the power button to display the Phone Options menu for 3 sec then tap the POWER OFF • To set the device into airplane mode: Press and hold the power button to display the Phone Options menu for 3 sec then tap AIRPLANE MODE • To turn off the Communication options e.g. Bluetooth, Wi-Fi, cellular modem radio: Select MENU , tap SETTINGS , and then tap WIRELESS & NETWORKS. If any radios are on, tap them to uncheck all the radios’ checkboxes in the devices. RF Exposure Information This PDA meets the government’s requirement for exposure to radio waves. This PDA is designed and manufactured not to exceed the emission limits for exposure to radio frequency (RF) energy set by the Federal Communications Commission of the U.S. Government. The exposure standard for wireless devices employs a unit of measurement known as the Specific Absorption Rate (SAR). The SAR limit set by the FCC is 1.6W/Kg. Test for SAR are conducted using standard operating positions accepted by the FCC with the device transmitting at its highest certified power level in all tested frequency bands. Although SAR is determined at the highest certified power level, the actual SAR level of the device while operating can be well below the maximum value. This is because the PDA is designed to operate at multiple power levels so as to use only the poser required to reach the network. In general, the closer user to a wireless base station antenna, the lower the power output. For body worn operation, this PDA has been tested and meets the FCC RF exposure guidelines for use with an accessory that contains no metal and the positions of the handset minimum of 1.5 cm from the body. User of other enhancements may not ensure compliance with FCC RF exposure guidelines. If user do not use a body- worn accessory and are not holding the PDA at the ear, position the handset a minimum of 1.5 cm from your body when the device is switched on. 10 READ ME FIRST Electrostatic Discharge Do not place heavy objects on top of the tablet computer as this may damage the display. CAUTION Please follow proper electrostatic discharge precaution to prevent static damage that can harm electronic components inside your device. Driving Using mobile device or accessories while driving may cause distraction and can be illegal in some areas where you drive. Please obey the laws and regulations on the use of mobile device Handling and Maintenance Follow and adhere to all warnings and instructions in this manual. For the longevity of the product usage, please read all operating instructions before using the product. Keep this manual for future reference. General Guideline Guide Général Keep the product at least 13 cm (5 inches) away from electrical appliances that can generate a strong magnetic field such as TV, refrigerator, motor, or a large audio speaker. Garder le produit au moins à 13 cm (5 pouces) de distance des appareils électriques qui peuvent générer un fort champ magnétique comme une télévision, un réfrigérateur, un moteur, ou un important haut-parleur. Ne pas placer d'objets lourds sur le dessus de l'ordinateur tablette cela peut endommager l'écran. The screen surface can be easily scratched. Use with care. Do not use paper towels to clean the display but use the included cleaning cloth. Avoid touching it with a pen or pencil. La surface de l'écran peut être facilement rayée. Utiliser avec précaution. Ne pas utiliser de serviette en papier pour nettoyer l'écran mais utiliser le chiffon de nettoyage inclus. Éviter de toucher avec un stylo ou un crayon. To maximize the life of the backlight in the display, allow backlight to automatically turn off as a result of power management. Avoid using a screen saver or other software that prevents the power management from working. Pour maximiser la durée de vie du rétroéclairage de l'écran, autoriser le rétroéclairage résultant de la gestion de l'alimentation. Éviter d'utiliser un économiseur d'écran ou un autre logiciel empêchant la gestion de l'alimentation de fonctionner. Cleaning Guideline Guide de nettoyage Use a soft cloth moistened with water or a non-alkaline detergent to wipe the exterior of the product. Utiliser un chiffon doux humidifié avec de l’eau ou un détergeant non alcalin pour essuyer l'extérieur du produit. 11 Winmate E430RM4L Rugged PDA User Guide Gently wipe the display with a soft, lint-free cloth. Do not use alcohol or detergent on the product. Essuyer délicatement l'écran avec un chiffon doux non pelucheux. Ne pas utiliser d'alcool ou un détergent sur le produit. Touchscreen Guideline Guide de l'écran tactile Use your finger or the stylus on the display. Using sharp or metallic object may cause scratches and damage the display, thereby causing errors. Utiliser votre doigt ou le stylet sur l'écran. L'utilisation d'un objet pointu ou métallique peut provoquer des rayures. Use a soft cloth to remove dirt on the display. The touchscreen surface has a special protective coating that prevents dirt from sticking to it. Not using a soft cloth may cause damage to the special protective coating on the touchscreen surface. To clean off hard to remove dirt, blow some steam on the particular area and gently wipe away using a soft cloth. Utiliser un chiffon doux pour enlever la poussière sur l'écran. La surface de l'écran tactile a un revêtement protecteur spécial empêchant la saleté de se coller à lui. Ne pas utiliser un chiffon doux peut endommager le revêtement spécial sur la surface de l'écran tactile. Pour nettoyer les saletés plus difficiles à enlever, souffler de la buée sur la zone particulière et essuyer doucement avec un chiffon doux. Do not use excessive force on the display. Avoid placing objects on top of the display as this may cause the glass to break. Ne pas utiliser une force excessive sur l'écran. Éviter de placer des objets au dessus de l’écran cela pourrait provoquer une cassure du verre. When there is a noticeable discrepancy in the operation of the touchscreen function (your touch does not correlate to the proper location on the screen), recalibrate the touchscreen display. Lorsqu'il y a un écart sensible dans le fonctionnement de l'écran tactile (votre contact ne correspond pas à la bonne position sur l'écran), recalibrer l'écran tactile.

Important Information EC Declaration of Conformity This equipment is in conformity with the requirement of the following EU legislations and harmonized standards. Product also complies with the Council directions. Electromagnetic Compatibility Directive (2014/30/EU) • EN55024: 2010 EN 55022: 2010 Class B o IEC61000-4-2: 2009 o IEC61000-4-3: 2006+A1: 2007+A2: 2010 o IEC61000-4-4: 2012 o IEC61000-4-5: 2014 o IEC61000-4-6: 2013 o IEC61000-4-8: 2010 o IEC61000-4-11: 2004 • EN55022: 2010/AC:2011 • EN61000-3-2:2014 • EN61000-3-3:2013 Low Voltage Directive (2014/30/EU) • EN 60950-1:2006/A11:2009/A1:2010/A12:2011/ A2:2013 Federal Communications Commission Radio Frequency Interface Statement This device complies with part 15 FCC rules. Operation is subject to the following two conditions: ● This device may not cause harmful interference. ● This device must accept any interference received including interference that may cause undesired operation. This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a class "B" digital device, pursuant to part 15 of the FCC rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference when the equipment is operated in a commercial environment. This equipment generates, uses, and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instruction manual, may cause harmful interference to radio communications. Operation of this equipment in a residential area is likely to cause harmful interference in which case the user will be required to correct the interference at him own expense. 12 READ ME FIRST 13 Winmate E430RM4L Rugged PDA User Guide ABOUT THIS USER GUIDE This User Guide provides information about using the Winmate® E430RM4L and accessories. NOTE Some pictures in this guide are samples and can differ from actual product. Documentation set The documentation set for the E430RM4L provides information for specific user needs, and includes: • E430RM4L Series Quick Start Guide - describes how to get the E430RM4L up and running. • E430RM4L Series User Guide – contains detailed description on how to use the E430RM4, its components and features. Configurations This guide covers the following configurations of E430RM4L Series: Model Number Specifications E430RM4L Standard E430RM4L-3BM 1D/2D Barcode Reader E430RM4L- 3HF HF RFID Reader Chapter Descriptions Chapter 1, Safety Information provides important safety information for you to know prior using E430RM4L. Chapter 2, Getting Started provides basic instructions on how to use E430RM4L, including main SIM card, SD card and battery installation, powering on and resetting E430RM4L. Chapter 3, Using the Device provides basic instructions on using the E430RM4L. Chapter 4, Connecting to Network and Devices explains how to connect E430RM4L to networks, Bluetooth devices, and computer. Chapter 5, Data Capture provides information on how to use Barcode Reader, Smartcard Reader and Fingerprint Scanner that might be present in E430RM4L. Chapter 6, Accessories describes the available accessories and how to use them with the E430RM4L. 14 CHAPTER 1: GETTING STARTED CHAPTER 1: GETTING STARTED This chapter tells you information about Winmate® E430RM4L Series PDA, its highlighted features, and provides basic instructions for using the E430RM4L, including powering on and resetting the E430RM4L. 1.1 Introduction Thank you for purchasing Winmate® E430RM4L Series Industrial PDA. Winmate® E430RM4L Series Industrial PDA is an enterprise-class PDA with powerful mobile computing solution. The E430RM4L series PDA brings a new level of flexibility, functionality and rugged design to pocket-sized mobile devices, providing task workers and managers with the power to streamline business processes, increasing productivity and improving customer service. The E430RM4L packs WLAN, Bluetooth, GPS, and WWAN function─all into a single device. With great multiple wireless communicate design, this product will be applicable to mobile worker, business application, and IT requirements. 1.2 Product Features Winmate® E430RM4L Industrial PDA features: • ARM® CortexTM-A53 Quad-core 1.3Ghz • 4.3” 800x480 Panel with Projective Capacitive Multi-touch • Built-in Wi-Fi / Bluetooth4.0 / GPS / 3G • Built-in 2 Mega-pixel Camera at front side and 8 Mega-pixel Camera with LED at rear side • Support NFC function as default • Compliance with MIL-STD-810G for High/Low Temperature, Vibration, Drop Test • Support Android 5.1 operating system • •3900 mAh full-day battery with user-replaceable design • Other new era tech includes Barcode/RFID and micro-SD card slot 15 Winmate E430RM4L Rugged PDA User Guide 1.3 Unpacking If any of the following items are missing or damaged, contact us. Standard packing list includes: E430RM4L Series PDA Quick Start Guide (hardcopy) Li-poly Battery *Universal USB Adapter

Input: AC 100-240V 50/60 Hz Output : 5V-1A Micro USB Cable Micro SD Card (4GB) Hand Strap

*Universal USB Adapter socket varies by country and region. E430RM4L will be shipped with the socket according to your order. Your package may include optional accessories based on your order. To see the list of available accessories and its specifications, refer to Chapter 6 of this User Guide. Inspect the equipment for damage. If any equipment is missing or damaged, contact us. 16 CHAPTER 1: GETTING STARTED 1.4 Description of Parts Front View 17 Winmate E430RM4L Rugged PDA User Guide Parts Description: No Item Description 1 LED Indicator LED indicator indicates the battery power or charging status. Red: 0~89% Green: 90~100% 2 Light Sensor Light sensor detect the availability of light and automatically control the brightness of a screen backlight intensity 3 Proximity Sensor Proximity function is used specifically towards near field proximity applications. In mobile phones, the proximity detection can detect when the user positions of mobile phone is close to their ear 4 Webcam To capture a front view picture and use for Video call. 5 Speaker Speaker provides audio output. 6 Volume Up / Down Increases or decreases the call volume when a call is in progress. In other applications, it controls the volume of music or 7 4.3” Touch Screen Displays all information needed to operate the device. 8 Capacitive Touch Keys Opens the home screen with single touch Opens a menu with items that affect the current screen or application Opens the previous screen and to close onscreen keyboard if it is open and Return to the previous action Opens Google search 9 Micro USB Use for making a phone call or voice recordings 10 Pogo Pin Pogo-pin can be used for charging & extension function 18 CHAPTER 1: GETTING STARTED Rear View 19 Winmate E430RM4L Rugged PDA User Guide Parts Description: No Item Description 1 5MP Rear Camera To capture a rear view picture and use for making videos. 2 LED Flash Light Use it as a flashlight to enhance light while making photos. 3 Strap Clip To install a hand strap 4 Barcode Reader (optional) 1D/2D Barcode Reader *Note: Will change to flat cover when without Barcode Reader 5 Speaker Provides audio output for music and video 6 Power Button Press and hold the button for 3 seconds to turn on E430RM4L. Press to turn on/off the screen. Press and hold the button for 3 seconds to select: •POWER OFF –to turn off the device press button for 8 Sec to force system power off •AIRPLANE MODE –to disable all wireless connection •SILENT MODE – to disable all the sounds except for the alarms •VIBRATION MODE – to vibrate all the notifications across the entire device •NORMAL MODE – Return to the user setting mode Press and hold the button for 8 seconds to reboot the device. 7 Removable Battery Removable battery 8 Function Key Use to trigger the barcode reader for E430RM4L series with barcode reader (differs by product type) 20 CHAPTER 1: GETTING STARTED 1.5 Dimensions *Note: Measurements shown in mm. **Note: this is a simplified drawing and some components are not marked in detail. Please contact our sales representative if you need further product information. 21 Winmate E430RM4L Rugged PDA User Guide 1.6 Getting Started To start using the E430RM4L for the first time: • Install SIM Card • Install Micro SD Card • Install the Battery • Charge the E430RM4L • Power on the E430RM4L • Configure the E430RM4L 1.6.1 SIM Card and SD Card Installation To Install the SIM Card and SD Card: 1. Place the E430RM4L facing down. 2. Press the two latches up and removable the battery. 3. Locate the SIM card holder 4. Insert the SIM card (with the gold parts facing down and cut-off corner facing out) in the direction of the arrow as shown in the figure. 22 CHAPTER 1: GETTING STARTED 5. Locate the SD card holder. 6. Push the SD card holder in the direction of the arrow to unlock it. 7. Pick and raise the SD card holder up in upright position and then put the SD Card into the socket. 8. Close the SIM card holder and push it into lock position until there is a click sound. 23 Winmate E430RM4L Rugged PDA User Guide 1.6.2 Battery Installation CAUTION •The lithium battery used in this tablet may swell after being charged/ discharged many times, but there is no problem regarding safety. •Continued use in such a state may result in the battery getting jammed, so please stop using the battery, and purchase a new one. CAUTION To keep battery health and prevent possible issues from battery over-discharged, please charge the device built-in back-up battery once every two months. Inserting the standard Battery Pack into the device: 1. Disconnect AC adapter and power cord from the device. 2. Turn the device over, back facing up. 3. Locate the Battery Lock Latch and push it to the “Unlocked” position. 4. Locate the Battery Release Slider that is spring-loaded. Pull back and hold. 5. Insert the battery on the connector-pins side first, and then lower the battery into the battery compartment. Continue to hold the Battery Release Slider before battery is fully inserted. 6. Make sure the battery is completely lowered into the compartment before letting go the Battery Release Slider. Battery will be flat against the housing once fully inserted. Reinsert the battery by latching the bottom first (1) and then pushing the battery pack down (2). CAUTION Do not insert your fingers into contact hole when inserting the battery. 24 CHAPTER 1: GETTING STARTED CAUTION Check the battery latch: Removing the Battery Pack: 1. Power off the PDA. Disconnect any cords connected to the device. 2. Turn the PDA over, back facing up. 3. Locate the Battery Lock Latch and push it to the “Unlocked” position. 4. Locate the Battery Release Slider that is spring-loaded. Pull back and hold. 5. Lift the battery out using the opening on side of battery compartment. 25 Winmate E430RM4L Rugged PDA User Guide 1.6.3 Charging the Battery Please charge the battery before using the PDA for the first time, charge the battery until the LED indicator turns solid green. To charge the E430RM4L, use a cable or a docking with appropriate power supply. For more information about the E430RM4L accessories, refer to Chapter 6. LED Status Indicator OFF The PDA is not charging or not properly connected. Solid Red Battery charged 0~89%. Solid Green Battery charged 90~100%. 1.6.3.1 Charging the battery using USB Cable 1. Connect the power supply output connector to the input power port on the DC Jack cable. 2. Remove the protective rubber and connect the DC Jack cable to the side of E430RM4L. The battery charge LED indicates the battery charging status. 1.6.3.2 Charging the battery using Charging Dock This docking provides input: 12V/36W DC in 1. Connect the battery charger dock to power, insert the battery into the slot to begin charging. 2. The E430RM4L LED indicator indicates the status of the battery charging. Red: 0~89%. Green: 90~100%. 26 CHAPTER 1: GETTING STARTED 1.7 Turning On and Off the Device This section describes how to turn on/ off the device. 1.7.1 Turning On 1. Press and hold the power button for 3 seconds, located on the right side of the unit. 2. When the device vibrates, release the power button. The desktop screen is displayed. 1.7.2 Turning Off 1. To turn off the device, press and hold the power button until the phone options menu appears, tap the Power Off. 2. User can also use the Phone options menu to put the device into silent or airplane mode, see features table. 27 Winmate E430RM4L Rugged PDA User Guide 1.8 Resetting to Factory Defaults To reset the device to factory defaults: 1. Tap Menu , than tap Settings. 2. In the Personal tab, tap Backup & Reset. 3. User can select to back up application data, Wi-Fi passwords and other settings to Google servers by tapping Backup My Data. 4. Tap Factory Data Reset to reset the phone. 5. Read all the available information and then check Erase phone storage if user wants to erase all the data on the phone storage such as music or photo. CHAPTER 2: USING THE DEVICE This chapter explains how to use the buttons, status cons, and controls on E430RM4L PDA running on Android 5.1 Operating System, provide instructions on entering and capturing data. 2.1 Using the Touch Screen The touchpad supports the core gestures for Android. Gesture Action Description Tap To select or activate something Tap & Hold Touch and hold an item on the screen by touching it and not lifting your finger until it respond Touch, Hold & Drag Touch and hold an item for a moment and then without lifting your finger, move your finger on the screen until you reach the target position. i.e. moving the apps around the home screen Swipe or slide Quickly move the finger across the surface of the screen. i.e. slide a lock screen to open the lock Double-tap Tap quickly twice on a webpage, screen, or App to zoom Scale Place two finger on the screen and pinching them together Rotate Two-finger press, simultaneously orbit both fingers around the center point, lift. 28 CHAPTER 2: USING THE DEVICE 29 Winmate E430RM4L Rugged PDA User Guide 2.2 Wake Up the Phone If you do not use the phone for a while, the screen dims and then darkens to conserve the Battery. To wake up the phone: 1. Press the Power button on the right side of the PDA. 2. Drag the lock icon up . 2.3 Using the Home Screen Home screen is the starting point to access all the features on your PDA Device. It displays application icons, widgets, shortcuts, and other features. User can personalize the home screen. See “Personalizing home screen”. 30 CHAPTER 2: USING THE DEVICE 2.3.1 Personalizing Home Screen User can add application icons, shortcuts, widgets, and other items to any part of any Home screen where there is free space. User can also switch the wallpaper. To change wallpaper on the HOME SCREEN: 1. Tap MENU , and then open Settings. 2. In the Device tab, tap Display > Wallpaper. 3. In the Wallpaper menu select the location of wallpaper, and then tap the type of item you want to add. 31 Winmate E430RM4L Rugged PDA User Guide To move an item on the HOME SCREEN: 1. Tap and hold the item you want to move, until it can be moved. 2. Drag it to a new location on the screen. 3. Place the item where you want to put it and lift your finger. To remove items from the HOME SCREEN: 1. Tap and hold the item you want to remove. The launcher icon will show Remove on the top of the screen. 2. Drag the item you want to remove to the Remove icon. 3. When the icon turns red, release your finger. 32 CHAPTER 2: USING THE DEVICE 2.3.2 Viewing Other Parts of the Home Screen 1. Slide your finger left or right across the Home screen Extensions to the Home screen provide extra space for APPS, shortcuts, and other items. 2. Tap the launcher icon to view the entire APPS of the device. The status bar appears at the top of every screen. On the left are notification icons and on the right are status icons, along with the current time. 33 Winmate E430RM4L Rugged PDA User Guide 2.4 Status and Notification Icons 2.4.1 Notification Icons Pull down from the left top of the screen to get the notifications area. The following icons indicate that you have received notification. 2.4.2 Status Icons Pull down from the right top of the screen to get the notifications area. The following icons indicate the status of your device, for example if users are connected to a Wi-Fi network that is not connected to the internet, the network icons are appears in white color. Status icons that appear in the status bar are as follows: 2.5 Using the On-Screen Keyboard 34 CHAPTER 2: USING THE DEVICE User will be able to enter text using the On-Screen Keyboard. Some applications will launch the keyboard automatically. In others, user needs to touch a text field where user wants to enter text to launch the keyboard. 2.5.1 Entering Text 1. Open a text field, in this example we used Messaging to compose a message. The On-Screen Keyboard opens. *If user taps in a text field which already contains text, the insertion point is set where user tap and the cursor appears. User can drag the cursor to pick exactly where you want to add more text. User can also select a word to copy, cut and paste it. See “Editing Text”. 2. Tap the delete key to erase characters to the left of the cursor. 3. Tap to enter numbers. Tap to return to letters. 4. To enter symbols and other characters, tap and hold one of the top-row keys and slide your finger up to the list of the options. Lift your finger when you find your selection. 5. To view additional symbols, tap on the numeric keyboard. 35 Winmate E430RM4L Rugged PDA User Guide 6. To close the On-Screen keyboard, press the back button . 2.5.2 Editing Text To select text: 1. Double-tap the text you want to select. 2. Tap to select all the sentences in the menu that appears, the selected text is highlighted in blue, with a tab at each end of the selected word. 3. Drag selection tab to expand or reduce the range of the selected text. To Cut or Copy Text: 1. Select the text to cut or copy, see the section above “To select text”. 2. Tap or in the Edit text menu. 3. If you select , the selected text is removed from the text field; it is stored in temporary area so that you can paste it into different text field. To Paste Text: 1. After Cut or Copy the text, see the section above “To Cut or Copy Text” 2. Place the cursor in the text field where you want to paste the text, user can paste text that you copied from one application into a text field in any application. 3. Tap and hold into the location that you want to paste. Tap PASTE in the menu that opens or user can also tap to replace the existing text with copied text. 36 CHAPTER 2: USING THE DEVICE 2.6 Display Settings Use the display settings to configure brightness and other screen settings. 1. Tap MENU and then tap Settings. 2. In the Device tab, tap Display: • Personalize o MiraVisionTM - to display picture quality optimization options. o Wallpaper – to select wallpaper • Display o Brightness level– for adjusting the brightness of the screen. • Adaptive brightness – to optimize brightness level for available light • Sleep – to set up the device on the sleep mode after one minutes of inactivity • Daydream - to activate automatically when your device is docked or charging, keeping your screen on and displaying information. Daydream mode can give your device an always-on information display. • Battery Percentage – to control battery percentage display. • Font size – for adjusting the font in the device. • When device is rotated – for switching the orientation of the screen as user turn the device sideways or upright. • Sleep – to inactivate the device after some time. • Cast screen – allows displaying whatever is visible on the device's screen on another screen, mostly wirelessly using Wi-Fi as a medium for sharing the screen. 37 Winmate E430RM4L Rugged PDA User Guide NOTE: For the longest battery life between charges, use the shortest Sleep time. 38 CHAPTER 2: USING THE DEVICE 2.7 Audio Profile Settings Use the sound settings to configure how and at what volume the phone rings, vibrates or alerts user in other ways when user receive a call, receive a notification or an alarm sounds. 2.7.1 Sounds Settings 1. Tap MENU and then tap Settings. 2. In the Device tab, tap Sound & Notification and then user can select General, Silent, Meeting or Outdoor profile. 2.7.2 Adjusting Volume 1. Press the volume keys to change the ring volume (On Home screen) or earpiece volume (during a call). 2. Press the volume key to set up Vibration mode. 39 Winmate E430RM4L Rugged PDA User Guide 2.8 Language and Keyboard Settings Use the Language & keyboard settings to select the language for the text on your phone and for configuring On-Screen Keyboard, including words that you have added to its dictionary. 1. Tap MENU and then tap Settings. 2. In the Personal tab, select Language & Input. • Language – to open the language screen, where user can select the language to use for the text on the device. • Spell Checker – to activate Android Spell Checker (AOSP) and check to correct misspelled words. • Personal dictionary- to open a personal dictionary. • Keyboard & input methods o Current Keyboard – to apply the onscreen keyboard that is included with user’s device. o Android Keyboard (AOSP) – the setting screen is available only if user’s device has a physical keyboard. • Appearance & layouts o Theme – to select the theme of layout o Custom input styles – user can select custom input style, such as QWERTY keyboard • Text Correction o Personal dictionaries o Add-on dictionaries o Block offensive words – disable suggesting potentially offensive words o Auto-correction – spacebar and punctuation automatically correct mistyped words. o Show correction suggestions – display suggested words while typing. o Personalized suggestions – learn from your communications and typed data to improve suggestions. o Suggest contact names – use names from Contacts for suggestions and corrections. o Next-word suggestion – use previous word in making suggestion. • Advanced o Key popup dismiss delay o Keypress vibration duration 40 CHAPTER 2: USING THE DEVICE 2.8.1 Changing the Keyboard Language The current keyboard language is displayed on the Space key and user can switch languages. 1. Tap and hold the space key 2. Without lifting the finger, slide it to the left or right until the language you want to use appears in the center of the small window above the Space Key. 3. Lift the finger to change the keyboard language. 41 Winmate E430RM4L Rugged PDA User Guide 2.9 Using the Phone User can make a phone call by dialing a phone number; touch a number in the contact list, on the web pages or other places. 2.9.1 To Make a Phone Call 1. Please make sure the SIM card is properly installed. 2. Tap the Phone icon at the bottom of the Home screen or in the launcher or on the Home screen. 3. Tap the numeric keys on the screen to enter the phone number and then tap to dial the number that you have entered. 4. Adjust the call volume by pressing the volume up / down button on the side of the PDA device. 42 CHAPTER 2: USING THE DEVICE 2.9.2 To Make a Phone Call Using Contact List 2.9.3 Answering or Declining Calls When user receive a phone call, the incoming call screen opens with the caller ID and any additional information about the caller that you have entered in contacts. Tap this button to answer calls. Tap this button to reject calls 1. Tap the launcher and then tap Contacts . 2. Tap the Phone icon at the bottom of the Home screen, and then tap Contacts. 3. Select the required contact and then tap it to call. 43 Winmate E430RM4L Rugged PDA User Guide 2.10 Messaging 2.10.1 Sending Text Messages 1. Tap the launcher and then tap . 2. Tap Compose new message and enter a mobile phone number in the To field. You can tap to find your contact. 3. Tap the composition text box to start entering your message. 2.10.2 Opening and Responding to Text Messages If you are working in a message window, message that you receive are display in it. Otherwise, you receive a new message notification and a new message icon appears in the status bar. To reply a message When user tap the new message notification, the message window opens and user can reply the message. To forward a message 1. Tap & hold a message in a message window. 2. Tap Forward message in the menu that opens. 3. Enter a recipient for message and edit the content if necessary. 4. Tap Send. 44 CHAPTER 2: USING THE DEVICE 2.11 About Phone About Phone includes information about user’s phone. • System Update — provides information regarding the local or online update of your devices. • Status — opens the status screen with a list of information about battery, network, signal strength and other details. • Legal Information — lists details about the model number, Android Version, Baseband version etc. this information is useful if user need to work with support team. To access the information about the phone: 1. Tap MENU 2. Tap Settings 3. Scroll down to System, and then tap About phone. 45 Winmate E430RM4L Rugged PDA User Guide CHAPTER 3: WINMATE HOME MANAGER Every E430RM4L series PDA comes with preinstalled APP named Winmate Home Manager (WHM). This application lets the device manager to lock the launcher. When the launcher is locked the user can only use one application assigned by the device manager. 3.1 How to Lock Applications Step 1 ➢ In the main APPS window, select the Home Manager APP and enable it. ➢ Select Home Manager to start your settings. ➢ Go Password Manager and set your own password for this APP. The default password is “0000”. Step 2 ➢ Go to “Application Selector” and choose an Application to be locked. Example: Select the Calendar AP. Step 3 Go back to “Home Selector” and press “Clear and Reset Default Home”. 46 CHAPTER 3: WINMATE HOME MANAGER Step 4 Select “Restrict Home” , and then restart the PDA Step 6 System will ask to select “Just once” or “Always” to use this launcher, please select “Always”. The system will automatically start the application which you selected and lock it. Any time you press home key or back key, the system will go back to the same application which you have selected. 47 Winmate E430RM4L Rugged PDA User Guide 3.2 How to Unlock Applications Step 1 Slide down the top bar and press “Home Manager” icon then you can find the menu and please enter the password to login (The default password is “0000”). Step 2 Go back to “Home Selector” and press “Clear and Reset Default Home”. 48 CHAPTER 3: WINMATE HOME MANAGER Step 3 Restart the system and you will go back to the normal Launcher. 49 Winmate E430RM4L Rugged PDA User Guide CHAPTER 4: CONNECTING TO NETWORK DEVICES This chapter explains how to connect PDA to network and peripheral devices. 4.1 Connecting to Mobile Networks When users install a SIM card from service provider to E430RM4L, the device is configured to use the provider’s networks for voice calls and for transmitting data. Different locations may have different mobile networks available; user may need to configure E430RM4L to use certain networks. NOTE To obtain faster networks configure the phone to 4G. To extend the life of battery user can use 2G network. 4.1. 1 Checking the Network (GPRS/3G/4G) Connection 1. Tap and then tap System Settings. 2. Tap More in the Wireless & networks, and then tap Mobile networks. 3. Tap 3G/4G Service to check the network connection. IMPORTANT Do not change the parameters of the access point to prevent inability to access network sources. 4.1.2 Turning on Data Service 1. Tap MENU and then tap System Settings 2. Tap More.in the Wireless & networks, and then tap Mobile networks. 3. Tap Data connection 4. Select the desired network operator to enable the data connection. 50 CHAPTER 4: CONNECTING TO NETWORK DEVICES 4.2 Connecting to Wi-Fi Networks 4.2.1 Turning On the Wi-Fi and Connecting to Wi-Fi networks 1. Tap MENU and then tap Settings. 2. Tap Wireless & networks and then select Wi-Fi to turn it on . 3. Tap Wi-Fi. The device scans for available Wi-Fi networks and displays the list of it. Secured networks are indicated with a lock icon. If the phone finds a network that you have connected previously, it connects to it automatically. 4. Tap a network to connect to it: • If the network is open, you are prompted to confirm that you want to connect it by tapping Connect. • If the network is secured, users are prompted to enter a password or other credentials. 5. To check the details about the speed, security, address and related settings, tap its name in the Wi- Fi settings screen. 51 Winmate E430RM4L Rugged PDA User Guide 4.2.2 Adding a Wi-Fi Network 1. Turn on Wi-Fi, in the Wi-Fi settings screen, tap + icon (at the bottom right of the list of discovered networks). 2. Input the SSID (name) of the network, if the network is secured, tap the security menu and then tap the type of security deployed on the network. 3. Enter any required security credentials. 4. Tap Save. 52 CHAPTER 4: CONNECTING TO NETWORK DEVICES 4.3 Connecting to Bluetooth Devices 4.3.1 Turning Bluetooth ON or OFF 1. Tap MENU and then tap System settings. 2. Tap Wireless & networks and then select Bluetooth to turn it on. 4.3.2 Connecting to a Bluetooth Device 1. Go to Settings. 2. Tap Wireless & networks, and then tap Bluetooth settings. 3. It will automatically scans and displays the IDs of all available Bluetooth devices in range. Tap SEARCH FOR DEVICES to search other Bluetooth devices. 4. Tap the ID of the other device in the list in Settings to pair them. 4.3.3 Disconnecting from a Bluetooth Device 1. Tap the device in the Bluetooth settings screen. 2. Tap OK to confirm that you want to disconnect. 53 Winmate E430RM4L Rugged PDA User Guide 4.4 Connecting to Computer via USB User can connect their PDA to a computer with USB cable to transfer files between PDA and computer. IMPORTANT • When connecting your PDA to a computer and inserting its USB storage or SD card, user must follow the computer’s instructions for connecting and disconnecting USB device, to avoid damaging or corrupting files. • Notice that the E430RM4L cannot be charged via USB. 4.4.1 USB Computer Connection 1. Connect PDA to the computer via USB connector. 2. In the notifications area USB connected sign will appear. 3. Pull down the notification area to open notification panel. 4. Tap this icon to choose the type of USB connection. • USB storage –let user transfers files between computer and PDA. • Media device (MTP) – let users transfer media files. • Camera (PTP) – let users transfer photos using camera software, and transfer any files on computer that don’t support MTP. • Charge only – stop all USB functions and let users speed up USB charging. • Connect as CD-ROM 54 CHAPTER 4: CONNECTING TO NETWORK DEVICES 4.4.2 USB Debugging Settings To permit debugging tools on a computer to communicate with User’s PDA via USB Connection. 1. Connect PDA to the computer via USB cable. 2. In the notifications area USB debugging connect sign will appear. 3. Pull down the screen to open notification panel. 4. Tap USB debugging connected. 5. In the Developer options user can choose the action to perform. T IMPORTAN Carefully follow your computer’s instructions to un-mount the USB storage or SD card. Disconnect USB device not properly can cause a loss of important data or information. 55 Winmate E430RM4L Rugged PDA User Guide CHAPTER 5: USING CAMERA This chapter explains how to use camera to capture photos and videos. 5.1 Capturing Photos or Video Winmate® E430RM4L equipped with 8 MP on the rear side and 2 MP on the front side, which user can use to capture photos or video. 5.1.1 Opening Camera 1. Tap the launcher and then tap Camera . Camera opens in Portrait mode, ready to take a picture or shoot a video. IMPORTANT Make sure the protective lens cover is clean before taking pictures. A lens cover with smudges from fingers can cause blurry pictures. 5.1.2 Taking Pictures 1. Adjust the exposure, flash, and other necessary settings. Or leave it automatic. 2. Frame your subject / object on screen. User can set whether user want to use the front or rare camera, by taping . Scale the screen to zoom in or out. 3. Tap the On Screen Shutter icon . 4. The camera brings the image into focus, when the image is in focus, the focus indicators in each corner will turn green and ready to capture.

5. Tap to change camera settings.

5.1.3 Switching Between Front and Rear Cameras E430RM4L has both a front and rear camera, user can select which camera you want to preview and take pictures with. 1. Tap the On Screen Select Camera icon to switch between the rear camera and the front camera . 56 CHAPTER 5: USING CAMERA 2. The preview switches to show the scene viewed from the camera you selected. NOTE Not all features (such as flash) are available for the front camera. 5.1.4 Viewing Pictures 1. After taking a photo, a thumbnail of the picture is shown on the corner of the capture screen. Tap the thumbnail to view it. 2. Tap the onscreen button: to share a photo to delete a photo to view other photos and videos in the gallery 3. Swipe right or left to view more photos. 5.1.5 Shooting videos 1. Tap the to start recording video. 3. The countdown time remaining to shoot is located on the upper left; when the time left is less than a minute, the countdown turns red. 4. Point the lens to record the scene where you want to start. Tap the icon again to stop shooting. The time remaining to shoot counts down at the left; when less than a minute is left, the countdown turns red. 57 Winmate E430RM4L Rugged PDA User Guide 5.1.6 Opening the Gallery 1. Tap the launcher and then tap Gallery . 2. Tap a folder to view the pictures or video inside in full screen mode. 3. Flick the pictures left or right to view the previous or next picture. 58 CHAPTER 6: DATA CAPTURING CHAPTER 6: DATA CAPTURING This chapter explains how to use Barcode Reader with Android Winmate® Data Collection application, Smartcard Reader and Fingerprint Scanner that might be present in E430RM4L. 6.1 Android Winmate Data Collection (WDC) Winmate® Android Device is equipped with embedded 1D/2D barcode reader. WDC, software invented by Winmate®, allow users to turn on the readers and set up the button to trigger the scan function. 6.1.1 Where To Find WDC This chapter explains how to use Barcode Reader. Notice that Barcode Reader is an optional feature for E430RM4L PDA and may not be presented in your device. 1. Tap application menu . 2. User can find the application Data Capture (WDC) on the menu screen, with the Globe mark . 3. User will be able to change the settings of the Barcode Reader through WDC application. 59 Winmate E430RM4L Rugged PDA User Guide 6.1.2 How to Turn On/Off the Power of Barcode Reader 1. Go to the WDC application. 2. Tap Barcode Setting. 3. Once the user entered the WDC application, the device will automatically turn on the Barcode Reader. And the user can turn off the Barcode Reader by tapping Barcode Power Status: ON. 60 CHAPTER 6: DATA CAPTURING 6.1.3 How to Change the Barcode Symbologies 1. Go to the WDC application. 2. Tap Barcode Setting. 3. Tap Barcode Preference. 4. Users can change the symbologies of the barcode: • 1D Symbologies • 2DSymbologies • Imager Options • User Preference • Disable all symbologies. 6.1.4 How to Add Commands to Barcode Output 1. Go to the WDC application. 2. Tap Prefix / Suffix. 3. Enter special characters at the beginning (prefix) or end (suffix) of the scanned barcodes. 4. Tap Set to add into the data. The output will show the command that you entered in the prefix or the suffix; For example, if user enters “\n” in the prefix text, the output of the barcode reader will appear on the next line of the page. And if the user enters “\n” in the suffix, the output of the barcode reader will show the barcode and change to the start of the next line for the user. Same with the command “\t” and “\b”. 61 Winmate E430RM4L Rugged PDA User Guide 6.1.5 How to Change Barcode Reader Scan Type 1. Go to the “WDC” application. 2. Go to Barcode Settings , tap Trigger Settings. 3. Select the Scan Type or select read time of the Barcode Reader. To start scanning user has to leave the WDC application. • Auto Scan – Barcode Reader starts auto-scanning once the user leaves the WDC application. • Single Scan – Barcode Reader starts scanning only when user presses the trigger button. • Multiple Scan –After pressing the trigger button Barcode Reader starts continuously scanning and reading multiple codes within the time duration selected in Read time option. • Continuing Scan (default) – After pressing the trigger button Barcode Reader can only read the single code within time duration selected in Read time option. 62 CHAPTER 6: DATA CAPTURING 6.1.6 How to Change Settings of the WDC or Reset Back to Default 1. Go to the WDC application. 2. Tap Settings. 3. Users can select the options to change the setting of the application. 4. Users can reset to the default setting by tapping Reset setting. 63 Winmate E430RM4L Rugged PDA User Guide 6.1. 7 Scanning the Barcode How to scan the barcode? 1. Press the function button to trigger the barcode. 2. Aim the barcode. 3. Ensure the entire barcode is within the rectangular area formed by the brackets in the laser framing. 4. Release the trigger. 64 CHAPTER 6: DATA CAPTURING 6.1.8 Scanning Tips and Considerations 6.1.8.1 Distance Scanning device will decode perfectly over a certain working range, there are minimum and maximum distance from the barcode. To specify the appropriate working range per barcode type is through a table as follows. Symbology Density Min Distance Max Distance Code 39 0.100 mm 0.125 mm 0.500 mm 1.000 mm 9.5 cm 8.0 cm 6.5 cm 9.5 cm 11.5 cm 14.5 cm 50 cm 75 cm EAN / UPS 100% 0.33 mm 6 cm 34 cm DataMatrix 0.18 mm 0.25 mm 0.38 mm 7.5 cm 6.0 cm 5.5 cm 16.5 cm 23.0 cm 34.5 cm PDF417 0.25 mm 0.38 mm 5.5 cm 6.5 cm 26 cm 37 cm 6.1.8.2 Angle Scanning angle is important for promoting quick decodes. Scanning Angle Horizontal 34.4° 34.4° Vertical 22.2° Framing Angle Horizontal 30° Vertical 20° 65 Winmate E430RM4L Rugged PDA User Guide CHAPTER 7: ACCESSORIES E430RM4L accessories provide a variety of product support capabilities. Some of the accessories are optional and are not included to standard packaging list. 7.1 Standard Accessories E430RM4L Standard Accessories: *Universal USB Adapter Micro USB Cable Micro SD Card (4GB) Handstrap Screen Protector Bluetooth Manager *Universal USB Adapter socket varies by country and region. E430RM4L will be shipped with the socket according to your order. 7.1.1 Universal USB Adapter Universal USB Adapter allows charging the E430RM4L from USB cable. To charge the E430RM4L connect USB cable to the E430RM4L from one side and USB Adapter from another side and plug in the socket to the power outlet. CAUTION Power Considerations: Input: AC 100-240V 50/60 Hz Output : 5V-1A 66 CHAPTER 7: ACCESSORIES 7.1.2 Micro USB Cable Micro USB Cable provides power to the E430RM4L and USB communications with a host computer. To connect Micro USB cable to E430RM4L, open the rubber cover on the right side and insert the cable to micro USB connector. 7.1.3 Micro SD Card Micro USB Card slot is located on the rear side of E430RM4L. To access it press two latches up and remove the battery. For Micro SD Card installation instructions, refer to Chapter 1, “SIM Card and SD Card Installation” of this User Guide. 7.1.4 Hand Strap Hands strap to firmly grasp the device without having the fear of dropping it. 7.1.5 Bluetooth Manager Provides interface for managing the Bluetooth. 7.1.6 Screen Protector Protect touch screen against dirt and water.

67 Winmate E430RM4L Rugged PDA User Guide 7.2 Optional Accessories E430RM4L Optional Accessories: Two Slot Battery Charger Model name: BD-E430R Charging Dock Model name: MD-E430R Micro USB Host Cable (OTG Cable) Battery

Lanyard Soft Case Holder 68 CHAPTER 7: ACCESSORIES 7.2.1 Two Slot Battery Charger The battery charger allows charging up to two battery units simultaneously, ensuring you will never be stuck in-between charges. 2 x charging slots PoGo Pin type 2 x LED light Shows current power level. Red: 0~89% Green: 90~100% 1 x DC in 12V / 50W DC in Buzzer 4-level volume control Refer to Chapter 2, section “Battery Charging” for detailed instructions on charging the battery using docking. 7.2.2 Charging Dock The charging dock is ideal solution for quick charging multiple devices at once. The design allows you to daisy chain multiple chargers together for ease of use and less power cables. 2 x charging slots PoGo Pin type 3 x LED light Shows current power level 1 x DC in 12V / 50W DC in 69 Winmate E430RM4L Rugged PDA User Guide 7.2.3 Micro USB Host Cable (OTG Cable) The USB Host cable OTG (On-the-Go) function is to act as a host allowing a USB flash drive to be attached. 7.2.4 Bluetooth Printer Mobile printer allows to print labels and stickers directly from E430RM4L. Mobile thermal receipt printer Features • Quick and efficient printing • Rugged design withstands drop up to 1.2m • Long-lasting lithium-ion battery (7.2V/2, 100mAh • Supports a wide variety of serial and wireless communication options • Easy to store setup parameters by setup tools You need to use Bluetooth to pair the Mobile Printer with E430RM4L. 70 CHAPTER 7: ACCESSORIES 7.2.5 Soft Case Holder Soft Case Holder is made of leather with vinyl screen protector and shoulder strap. It keeps the device free of fingerprints and dirt. 7.2.6 Lanyard Lanyard provides a secure feel when using your E430RM4L series Rugged PDA while on the move. Lanyard is only supported by E430RM4L Barcode and RFID Series. 71 Winmate E430RM4L Rugged PDA User Guide Appendix A: Product Specifications Model Name E430RM4L Display Specification Size 4.3” Resolution 480 x 800 Brightness 400(typ.) Touch Projective Capacitive Multi-touch System Specification Processor ARM® CortexTM-A7 Quad Core 1.5GHz System Memory 1GB SDRAM Storage • 8GB eMMC (optional to 32GB, MOQ:1K) • External Micro SD Card (up to 32GB) Operating System Android 5.1 Wireless Communications WLAN 802.11 a/b/g/n Bluetooth Bluetooth 4.0 GPS Built-in GPS / GLONASS WWAN Built-in 3G/ 4G / LTE (GSM/ GPRS/ EDGE/ HSDAP/ HSPA/ TDD-LTE/ FDD-LTE) System I/O Buttons Indicators Sensors Security 1 x Built-in Mic Audio 1 x Front Receiver 1 x 1.2W Speaker External I/O 1 x SIM card slots 1 x Micro SD card slot 1 x Micro USB Buttons 1 x Volume - + 1 x Power button 1 x Function button 4 x Capacitive buttons: Home/ Menu/ ESC/ Search LED Indicators 1 x LED indicator Sensors Light Sensor, Proximity Sensor, G-sensor, Digital Compass Data Capture Rear: 8 Mega-Pixel Camera with LED auxiliary Camera light (Auto Focus) Front: 2 Mega-Pixel Camera Data Capture • Default NFC (Read / Write, Peer to Peer mode ) • 1D/2D Barcode Reader (Optional) Mechanical and Environment Dimensions W x L x H 132.57 x 81.87 x 27.4 mm Net Weight 0.260 kg Operating Temp. -20°C ~ +60°C (AC Mode) -10°C ~ +50°C (Battery Mode) IP Proof IP65 Shock MIL-STD-810G Method 516.6 Procedure I Vibration MIL-STD-810G Method 514.6 Procedure I 72 Appendix A: Product Specifications Drop MIL-STD-810G Method 516.6, 4 ft, Free to concrete Power Management Battery 3.7V 3900mAh Li-poly removable battery Battery Operating Time 20Hr * Adapter 5V 1A Adapter * Note: Measured at dimming LCD brightness. Varies depending on the usage conditions, or when an external device is attached. **Note: This is a simplified drawing and some components are not marked in detail. Please contact our sales representative if you need further product information. ***Note: All specifications are subject to change without prior notice. 73 Winmate E430RM4L Rugged PDA User Guide APPENDIX B: ORDER INFORMATION E430RM4L Series available in the following configurations: Model Number Specifications E430RM4L Standard E430RM4L-3BM 1D/2D Barcode Reader E430RM4L- 3HF HF RFID Reader APPENDIX C: SOFTWARE DEVELOPMENT KIT Winmate® provides Software Development Kit (SDK). The table below lists SDK provided by Winmate. Winmate® SDK for E430RM4L: Item Type Purpose 1 SDK Winmate Data Collection (WDC) 2 Driver USB Driver 3 Update tool and SOP Operating system (OS) update tool and SOP Download SDK from Winmate Download Center. Winmate Download Center: https://www.winmate.com / > Support > Download Center > Industrial PDA> E430RM4 > Development Kit 74 APPENDIX D: OTA ONLINE UPDATE APPENDIX D: OTA ONLINE UPDATE You can use online OTA Update tool to update firmware version. IMPORTANT Battery capacity must not be lower than 30% during update. To update OTA: 1. Select OTA-firmware. 2. Select Manual check. 3. Check "I agree to update" and click "UPDATE". 4. Wait for download finish it will take some time. 5. Click "REBOOT NOW". 6. Wait while Ota is updating. Winmate Inc. 9F, No.111-6, Shing-De Rd., San-Chung District, New Taipei City 24158, Taiwan, R.O.C http://www.winmate.com Copyright © Winmate Inc. All rights reserved.


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