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About The Keypad - Honeywell CN75 User Manual

75 series mobile computer with windows embedded handheld.
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Status LED Descriptions
LED
Notification
Good Read
Ready-to-Work
Battery
Key Status
Shift

About the Keypad

The 75 Series is available in these keypad configurations:
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Color
Amber
Green
Blue
Blinking blue
Off
Green
Orange
Red
The QWERTY keypad is available for both the CN75 and CN75e but the CN75e
also includes a larger keypad with numeric keys (phone-style with 1-2-3 digits
across the top). The QWERTY keypad is designed for applications that require
primarily alphabetic data. This keypad also lets you enter special characters by
pressing color-coded key sequences.
The numeric keypad is available for both the CN75 and CN75e but the CN75e
also includes a larger keypad with a row of function keys. The numeric keypad is
for applications that require mainly numeric data. This keypad also lets you
enter special characters, including the alphabet, by pressing color-coded key
sequences.
The full numeric and function keypad is available for the CK75. The calculator-
style (7-8-9 digits across the top) numeric key layout with additional function
keys (F1-F12) is designed for applications that require mainly numeric data.
This keypad also lets you enter special characters, including the alphabet, by
pressing color-coded key sequences.
The alphanumeric keypad is available for the CK75. The alphanumeric keypad is
designed for a wider range of applications that require both numeric and
alphabetic data. The layout includes calculator-style (7-8-9 digits across the
top) numeric keys, alphabetical keys, and function keys. This keypad also lets
you enter special characters and alternate functions by pressing color-coded
key sequences.
Description
This LED is user-programmable.
The computer successfully decoded a bar code.
If you have Honeywell Enterprise Terminal Emulator (TE),
the application is running and connected to the host.
If you do not have Enterprise TE, you can configure the
Ready-to-Work indicator to turn on or off to indicate a
healthy state.
Enterprise TE is running but not connected to the host.
The computer is unhealthy.
Enterprise TE is not installed or not running.
The computer is healthy.
See
About Battery Status
The Green function key is enabled.
The Orange function key is enabled.
The Shift key is enabled.
75 Series Mobile Computer User Guide
on page 10.

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