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CN75/CN75e NI
®
with Windows
Embedded Handheld 6.5
Quick Start Guide
CN75NI-W65-EN-QS-0 Rev A
5/17

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  • Page 1 CN75/CN75e NI ® with Windows Embedded Handheld 6.5 Quick Start Guide CN75NI-W65-EN-QS-0 Rev A 5/17...
  • Page 2 Introduction This document is for the CN75/CN75e NI. This is the non-incendive version of the CN75/CN75e. The CN75/CN75e NI can be identified by the device label verifying non-incendive certification. Warning: Explosion Hazard -Substitution of components may impair suitability for Division 2 Class I, II, III locations.
  • Page 3 Computer Features Note: Hand strap not shown. Speaker Touch Panel Good Read LED Volume Buttons Notification LED Battery Status Power Button Microphone Scan Button...
  • Page 4 Imager (LED/Laser Aperture) Speaker Port Camera Laser Safety Label Location Application Button SIM/microSD Card Socket (Located Under Battery) Battery Side Scan Button Battery Latch I/O Cover Screws...
  • Page 5 Detach Hand Strap Detach the hand strap to access to the back of the computer. Note: Battery pack shown installed. To learn more, see “Install the Battery”.
  • Page 6 Install a microSD Card Note: Format the microSD card before initial use. Note: Always place the computer in hibernate mode and remove the battery before attempting to install or remove a card.
  • Page 7 Install a SIM Card Note: Always place the computer in hibernate mode and remove the battery before attempting to install or remove a card.
  • Page 8 Install the Battery The CN75/CN75e NI mobile computer ships with a Lithium-ion 3.7 V, 4000 mAH (14.8 Wh) battery manufactured for Honeywell International Inc. We recommend use of Honeywell Li-ion battery packs. Use of any non-Honeywell battery may result in damage not covered by the warranty.
  • Page 9 6 hours. Using the computer while charging the battery increases the time required to reach a full charge. If the CN75/CN75e is drawing more current than supplied by the charging source, charging will not take place. For additional information, see the user guide.
  • Page 10 Install the I/O Cover The I/O cover must be attached when using the CN75/CN75e NI in a dangerous environment. Avertissement : Le couvercle entrée-sortie doit être fi xé lorsque le CN75/CN75e NI est utilisé dans un environnement incendiaire. Remove the I/O Cover...
  • Page 11 Turn Power On The computer automatically turns on when you install the battery pack. Suspend Mode (Sleep Mode) Suspend mode automatically turns off all radios and internal devices not involved in saving the system state to save battery power when the computer is inactive for a programmed period of time.
  • Page 12 About the Home Screen Title Bar (Notification / Status Bar) Search Bar Tile Bar Touch to access the Start menu. Navigation and Function Buttons Buttons Description Function Up, Down, Move up, down, right or left Left and on the screen. Right Scan Trigger the scanner.
  • Page 13 Buttons Description Function Modifiers Press a modifier key before pressing another key to access an alternate key value or function. Alternate key values appear on the keypad overlay near the relevant key. Modifier key shape and availability depend on keypad model types.
  • Page 14 If your have a computer running Windows 8 or Windows 8.1, the Windows Phone® app automatically opens when you connect the CN75/CN75e NI to the computer using a USB charge/communication cable. If you have a computer running Windows 7 or Mac, go to www.windowsphone.com...
  • Page 15 You can now copy, delete and/or move files or folders between the computer and the CN75/CN75e or a microSD card installed in the CN75/CN75e as you would with any other storage drive (e.g., cut and paste or drag and drop).
  • Page 16 Restart the Computer You may need to restart the mobile computer to correct condi- tions where an application stops responding to the system or the computer seems to be locked up. Press and hold the Power button until the options menu appears.
  • Page 17 Mac is a trademark of Apple Inc. Disclaimer Honeywell International Inc. (“HII”) reserves the right to make changes in specifications and other information contained in this document without prior notice, and the reader should in all cases consult HII to determine whether any such changes have been made.

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