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ScanPal 50 Series
Terminal (Model EDA50K-0/EDA50K-1)
Android™ 7.1 OS version
User Guide

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  • Page 1 ScanPal 50 Series Terminal (Model EDA50K-0/EDA50K-1) Android™ 7.1 OS version User Guide...
  • Page 2 Disclaimer Honeywell International Inc. (abbr. HII) reserves the rights to modify the specifications and other information mentioned in this User Guide without prior notification. In any case, users should confirm with HII whether any changes were made. This publication does not represent any commitments of HII.
  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    KeyRemap ..........................31 Viewing system messages .......................32 Managing system messages....................32 Personalizing the main interface ....................33 Customizing common applications...................33 Using Google ........................33 Touch screen gestures ......................33 Setting timezones........................34 Honeywell applications........................35 Download Enterprise Application Lock (Applock) ................37 User Guide for ScanPal50 Series Terminal...
  • Page 4 Table of Contents Unlocking developer options ......................37 GMS ..............................37 Scan Function ..........................38 Scan Function ..........................39 How to transfer data via Android keyboard input..............39 Changing scan settings......................40 Restoring default scan settings ....................41 Scanner default settings......................41 Scanning barcodes..........................47 Using Telecommunication Function....................48 Telecommunication Function......................49 Activating calls .........................49 Making a call ..........................50 Answering a call ........................51...
  • Page 5 Table of Contents Searching for EDA50K-X ......................73 Renaming or disconnecting a paired device................73 Communication via serial port and USB..................74 Near Field Communication......................74 Management and Maintenance ....................75 Upgrading system software......................76 Upgrading AutoInstall application .....................76 Upgrading composite key......................76 Manually upgrading Recovery Menu..................76 Restarting the Terminal ........................77 Restarting the system ......................77 Restore factory settings ......................78...
  • Page 6: Technical Support

    For the latest contacts, please visit our website. Product Service and Maintenance Honeywell International Inc. provides services for all of its products all over the world via its service centers. For information about the site of service centers, please visit and select English as preferred language, then select Support >...
  • Page 7: Product Features Of Scanpal Series Eda50K-X Terminal

    Chapter 1: Product Features of ScanPal50 Series EDA50K-X Terminal Product Features of ScanPal Series EDA50K-X Terminal This chapter is about ScanPal series EDA50-X (X refers to 0 and 1, as in all other cases below) terminal (hereinafter called “EDA50K-X” or “terminal”) equipped with Android 7.1 OS.
  • Page 8: About Eda50K-X Terminal

    Chapter 1: Product Features of ScanPal50 Series EDA50K-X Terminal About EDA50K-X Terminal Honeywell’s ScanPal series terminals are smart phones primarily targeted at enterprise users. It provides, through its Android OS, stable and secure enterprise data management and wireless communication. The main features of EDA-50K-X are: large storage capacity, high-capacity battery, bar code generation and extreme robustness.
  • Page 9 Chapter 1: Product Features of ScanPal50 Series EDA50K-X Terminal Distance/light-sen Power Indicator sing area Scan Indicator Display Function Key Home Key Return Key Scan Power Button Button Soft key Function Key Microphone jack ED50K-X front view User Guide for ScanPal50 Series Terminal...
  • Page 10: Left Side View

    Chapter 1: Product Features of ScanPal50 Series EDA50K-X Terminal Left Side View Right Side View Scan Button Scan Button Volume Up Volume Down The Bottom Charging USB cover contact EDA50K-X side and bottom views User Guide for ScanPal50 Series Terminal...
  • Page 11 Chapter 1: Product Features of ScanPal50 Series EDA50K-X Terminal Scan Engine Speaker Battery Cover Camera Safety Lock Battery Cover Safety Button Battery Cover Buckle Handle EDA5-K-X rear view User Guide for ScanPal50 Series Terminal...
  • Page 12: Battery

    Honeywell suggests you to keep the battery charged to avoid data loss. Change battery only after switching off the device as per normal. Switch on the device after completing change of battery.
  • Page 13: Replacing Batteries

    Chapter 1: Product Features of ScanPal50 Series EDA50K-X Terminal Replacing batteries When the battery power is low, you can charge it together with the terminal, or replace it with a fully-charged battery. 1. Save all the files and close all running Apps. 2.
  • Page 14 Chapter 1: Product Features of ScanPal50 Series EDA50K-X Terminal After it's turned off, do as the following instructions manually: 1. Press the battery cover with one hand, and press the battery-cover safety button with the other hand. Move the battery-cover safety button in the direction indicated (right) to unlock it.
  • Page 15 Chapter 1: Product Features of ScanPal50 Series EDA50K-X Terminal * The above illustration is for EDA50K-1 WWAN version; there is no SIM card slot for EDA50K-0 WLAN User Guide for ScanPal50 Series Terminal...
  • Page 16 Chapter 1: Product Features of ScanPal50 Series EDA50K-X Terminal 3. Insert the battery (first insert one end before pressing the other end in order for it to be connected to the device). 4. Press down the battery cover User Guide for ScanPal50 Series Terminal...
  • Page 17 Chapter 1: Product Features of ScanPal50 Series EDA50K-X Terminal User Guide for ScanPal50 Series Terminal...
  • Page 18: Battery Icon

    Chapter 1: Product Features of ScanPal50 Series EDA50K-X Terminal 5. Press the battery cover with one hand, and press the battery-cover safety button with the other hand. Move the battery-cover safety button in the direction indicated (left) to lock it. Press Battery icon Battery icon on the status bar shows the power status of the battery.
  • Page 19 The terminal has been connected to external power supply for charging. Battery failure occurs. Please replace the battery. If the failure still exists, please contact Honeywell technical support. Power indicator on the upper left corner of the terminal shows the battery charging status. It can also be used as system message indicator.
  • Page 20: Changing Power Indicators

    Battery power is between 15% to 90% Stable amber full Stable green Battery power is over 90% full 1. Tap Settings> Honeywell Battery LED 2. Select from the following options: • Default Battery LED • HSM Battery LED (Factory settings) •...
  • Page 21: Checking The Remaining Battery Capacity

    Chapter 1: Product Features of ScanPal50 Series EDA50K-X Terminal Checking the remaining battery capacity Except for the battery icon and power indicator, you can also get the battery capacity information from Settings. 1. Tap Settings 2. Tap Battery. The current percentage of remaining battery capacity and the remaining time will be displayed.
  • Page 22: Battery Maintenance Recommendations And Safety Protection Measures

    This battery can only replace another BAT-EDA50K-X battery. These batteries have been tested and meet the appropriate safety standards. If you need to replace the battery, please contact Honeywell service representatives or the resellers. • There are security risks in waste batteries. Before cleaning up the battery, stick the poles with insulation tape.
  • Page 23: Powering On

    Chapter 1: Product Features of ScanPal50 Series EDA50K-X Terminal Powering on After the battery is fully charged and installed into ScanPal EDA50K-X, turn on it for the first time: Press down and then release the power key. Please note: after complete the installation instructions, the welcome interface will not appear again.
  • Page 24: Scanning Indicator

    Chapter 1: Product Features of ScanPal50 Series EDA50K-X Terminal Scanning Indicator The scanning indicator indicates the status of the scanner. For barcode scanning method, please refer to the chapter "Scanning barcodes". Scanning indicator definition Light of the Meanings indicator Green Good read for the barcodes Barcodes reading failed Setting screen backlight...
  • Page 25: Backlight For Setting Button

    Chapter 1: Product Features of ScanPal50 Series EDA50K-X Terminal Backlight for Setting Button Press the button when the system is running. The button’s backlight will be activated. The user can opt to switch off the backlight to save battery power. 1.
  • Page 26 Chapter 1: Product Features of ScanPal50 Series EDA50K-X Terminal 1. Press the key on the right side of the terminal (+ or -). Volume bar will show on the screen. 2. Adjust the volume by pressing volume key or slide volume bar. 3.
  • Page 27: Enabling Vibration Mode

    Chapter 1: Product Features of ScanPal50 Series EDA50K-X Terminal Enabling vibration mode You can set the terminal to vibration/silence mode in the office. 1. Long press the power key. Power options will be displayed on the screen: Enabling vibration mode. * For the other way please see Adjusting Ring and Message Volume User Guide for ScanPal50 Series Terminal...
  • Page 28: Audio Settings

    Chapter 1: Product Features of ScanPal50 Series EDA50K-X Terminal Audio settings This chapter will describe about audio and sound settings. To change audio setting, go to Settings and tap Sound. Audio and sound settings Settings Description Use the volume adjustment bar to set the volume for: Media Volume Music, videos, games and other medias.
  • Page 29: Inserting Sd Card

    Chapter 1: Product Features of ScanPal50 Series EDA50K-X Terminal Inserting SD card You can use a SD card to expand the memory or to install softwares. Honeywell recommend the using of Single Level Cell (SLC) graded SD memory card or SDHC memory card in order to achieve optimum performance and durability.
  • Page 30 Chapter 1: Product Features of ScanPal50 Series EDA50K-X Terminal TF Card * The above illustration is for EDA50K-1 WWAN version; there is no SIM card slot for EDA50K-0 WLAN User Guide for ScanPal50 Series Terminal...
  • Page 31: File Transfer

    Chapter 1: Product Features of ScanPal50 Series EDA50K-X Terminal File transfer Files can be transferred between the terminal and a computer by using a USB adapter or standard USB cable. By connecting the terminal to a computer with a USB cable, you can view the files in the terminal, or transfer the files to the computer, or transfer files from the computer to the terminal.
  • Page 32: Eda50K-X Accessories

    Chapter 1: Product Features of ScanPal50 Series EDA50K-X Terminal EDA50K-X Accessories EDA50K-X terminal is equipped with original battery and wall charger. All other accessories require separate order and shipment. If necessary, please contact your local sales representatives. EDA50K-X Accessories and Description Accessories Description The battery is capable of providing several hours of...
  • Page 33: User Interface And Applications

    User interface and applications This chapter introduces the Android system user interface, and how to interact with the screen. Users can also learn about a variety of Honeywell applications on the terminal through this chapter. User Guide for ScanPal50 Series Terminal...
  • Page 34: User Interface

    Chapter 2: User interface and applications User interface Android 7.1 operating system user interface provides users with a perfect touch and easy navigation experience. The main interface After turning on the terminal and setting up your preferred language, the main interface will be displayed on the screen first.
  • Page 35 Chapter 2: User interface and applications The main interface description Name Description The left side of the status bar displays system messages sent by the application, such as information notifications. The right of Status bar the status bar displays the current wireless and network connection status and remaining battery power.
  • Page 36: Navigation And Function Keys

    Chapter 2: User interface and applications Navigation and function keys There are navigation and function keys below the common applications in the main interface of EDA50K-X; other function keys are on the two sides of the terminal. Navigation and function keys Keys Description Functions...
  • Page 37: Keyremap

    Chapter 2: User interface and applications New text messages or Battery power is 100% full multimedia information Text messages or multimedia Being in charge with external information transmission power supply failed New mails Airplane mode is enabled The terminal is connected to EDA50K-X is syncing with a the computer via USB cable Bluetooth-enabled device...
  • Page 38: Viewing System Messages

    Chapter 2: User interface and applications Viewing system messages Users can view EDA50K-X's system messages in the notification page. • Open the notification page: swipe down from the top of the screen. • Close the notification page: swipe up from the bottom of the screen or tap Return key or Home key.
  • Page 39: Personalizing The Main Interface

    Chapter 2: User interface and applications Personalizing the main interface You can add application icons to either one of the main interface to open these applications more quickly. Tap or pull upward . To display All applications. To move the application icon to the main interface: long press the icons to be added to the main interface, then slide your finger to place it on either one of the main interface.
  • Page 40: Setting Timezones

    Chapter 2: User interface and applications • Swipe or slide: Quickly move your finger on the screen and keep your finger touching on the screen. For example, users can swipe the home screen to the left or right to view other home screens.
  • Page 41: Honeywell Applications

    Chapter 2: User interface and applications Honeywell applications Honeywell helps users troubleshoot and connect the terminals to other devices and networks. Tap or pull upward to show the applications below. For more details, please visit: www.honeywellaidc.com. Honeywell software applications available on EDA50K-X...
  • Page 42 Chapter 2: User interface and applications Route View routing information Wi-Fi info View Wi-Fi information It’s mainly to set Wi-Fi low power Wi-Fi Radio Settings dissipation and Wi-Fi roaming switch threshold User Guide for ScanPal50 Series Terminal...
  • Page 43: Download Enterprise Application Lock (Applock)

    Chapter 2: User interface and applications Download Enterprise Application Lock (Applock) Applock is an Android application which allows you to configure the apps that may or may not be allowed. The User Guide and installation procedure for Applock may be downloaded via: www.honeywellaidc.com Unlocking developer options...
  • Page 44: Scan Function

    Chapter 3: Scanning Function Scan Function This chapter describes how to scan barcodes and set scan functions. User Guide for ScanPal50 Series Terminal...
  • Page 45: Scan Function

    Chapter 3: Scanning Function Scan Function Integrated scanner enables reading for 1D and 2D barcode, composite code and postcode. It supports comprehensive, highly flexible scanning in real applications. Imaging Engine can capture black and white images, such as signatures and damaged inventory lists. How to transfer data via Android keyboard input Scan wedge feature enables transferring scanned barcode data to active applications via Android keyboard input.
  • Page 46: Changing Scan Settings

    Chapter 3: Scanning Function Add a prefix and suffix to make the data string in the following order: • Prefix Prefix Data • Sign prefix processing Sign prefix • Barcode data settings Suffix • Suffix Parsing the replacement for prefix and suffix string Data Activate Total Freedom processing...
  • Page 47: Restoring Default Scan Settings

    Chapter 3: Scanning Function Restoring default scan settings Users can easily cancel all the changes made to default folder and restore the factory defaults. Note: Restore factory defaults for a certain setting, all the settings under this folder will be restored to factory defaults.
  • Page 48 Additional operations and data include the following characters, to enable Intent or respective applications Scan Intent Enabled Intent action: “com.honeywell.scantointent.intent.action.”+ ACTION Intent extra “com.honeywell.scantointent.intent.extra.DATA” contains remainder of the bar code data after the first ‘$’ character. The related BarCodeReader attributes: PROPERTY_DATA_PROCESSOR_SCAN_TO_INTE N T Enable or disable specifying EZ Config operations to barcode.
  • Page 49: Symbology Settings

    Chapter 3: Scanning Function Symbology settings Enable or disable a barcode symbology with Symbology Settings. Tap on a symbol to view and modify the configuration parameters of the symbol. Symbology settings Settings Default Code 128 Enabled GS1-128 Enabled Code 39 Enabled Datamatrix Enabled...
  • Page 50 Chapter 3: Scanning Function Composite Disabled Han Xin Disabled IATA 2 of 5 Disabled Interleaved 2 of 5 Enabled Korean Post Disabled Matrix 2 of 5 Disabled Maxicode Disabled Micro PDF 417 Disabled Disabled PDF 417 Disabled QR Code Enabled RSS (GS1) Disabled Standard 2 of 5...
  • Page 51 Chapter 3: Scanning Function Image settings There should be no need for users to change image color rendering. Covering the recommended value is disabled by default. Recommended image settings can be applied in many environments; only the users who have more in-depth understanding on the image can change the settings.
  • Page 52 Chapter 3: Scanning Function Notification settings You can set up the responses during scanning process for EDA50K-X in the notification settings. Notification settings Settings Description Default Enable or disable Good Read Notification. Good Read Notification includes green indicator, short Enabled Notification beep and optional short vibration Enable or disable Fail to Read notification.
  • Page 53: Scanning Barcodes

    Chapter 3: Scanning Function Scanning barcodes Scan engine will emit scanning beams for accurate barcode aiming. It will also support a full range of 360° scanning, which will make barcode scanning more convenient. Note: Before scanning a barcode, you only need to enable the desired barcode symbology in the settings.
  • Page 54: Using Telecommunication Function

    Chapter 4: Using Telecommunication Function Using Telecommunication Function You can use the phone function of the terminal (Only for EDA50K-1 WWAN version) to make and receive calls, and to transmit data via wireless network as well. User Guide for ScanPal50 Series Terminal...
  • Page 55: Telecommunication Function

    • WCDMA:Band1/Band8 • FDD-LTE:Band3 • TDD-LTE:Band38/Band39/Band40/Band41 For local network carriers, please contact Honeywell technical support. When users enable the phone function and activate the service through wireless carriers, they can customize the phone features and network settings in the Mobile Network interface in Settings.
  • Page 56: Making A Call

    Chapter 4: Using Telecommunication Function Move the battery cover’s safety lock to the left position; 10. Switch on the device SIM Card Making a call After the phone is successfully activated, you can make calls. 1. Click on the main screen or display screen. If the screen shows numbers list and not telephone keyboard, lightly press return to the keyboard;...
  • Page 57: Answering A Call

    Chapter 4: Using Telecommunication Function Answering a call When a user receives an incoming call, the screen will be illuminated with the caller's number displayed. All calls are recorded in the call log. If you have missed calls, you will receive reminding notifications.
  • Page 58: Using Camera

    Chapter 5: Using Camera Using Camera This chapter describes how to use a color camera to take photos and videos. User Guide for ScanPal50 Series Terminal...
  • Page 59: Color Camera

    Chapter 5: Using Camera Color camera EDA50K-X is equipped with 5 megapixels color camera which can be used to take photos and videos. The camera and flash light are located on the back of the terminal. Tap Photo Gallery app to view all the photos and videos stored on the terminal. Adjusting camera and video settings Adjust the camera and video settings in the Camera apps.
  • Page 60: Shooting Videos

    Chapter 5: Using Camera Take the screen as a viewfinder and move the terminal until you get the images you want to capture. Tap the screen to focus. By default, the camera automatically senses the ambient light, and the flashlight will be opened if necessary. Press the camera key to take photos •...
  • Page 61: Keyboard And Input

    Chapter 6: Chapter 6: Keyboard and Input Keyboard and Input This Chapter deals with keyboard layout of EDA50K-X, the respective functional keyboards and input application. A user can input text, numerals and special characters using the keyboard. User Guide for ScanPal50 Series Terminal...
  • Page 62: Keyboard Layout

    Chapter 6: Chapter 6: Keyboard and Input Keyboard Layout In addition to side button, EDA50K-X is also equipped with 26-letter kepboard at the bottom of its screen. They are power, direction, scan, numeric/aplhabet and function buttons. Function Description Hold down to activate or deactivate the device; press to lock and Power ON unlock Scan...
  • Page 63: Using Input Mode

    Chapter 6: Chapter 6: Keyboard and Input Using Input Mode EDA50K-X supports its integrated input mode (Google AOSP) as well as third-party input mode (users have to make sure they have authority to install third-party input modes) For input of Chinese and English characters, the “0” (spacing) button enables selection of character.
  • Page 64: Configuring Terminal

    Chapter 7: Configuring Terminal Configuring Terminal This Chapter deals with configuration of EDA50K-X. The user can also learn how to configure network communication and wireless security. User Guide for ScanPal50 Series Terminal...
  • Page 65: Terminal Configurations

    Chapter 7: Configuring Terminal Terminal configurations Users can configure many parameters for the terminal, such as barcode symbologies to be decoded or network settings. These parameters set by the user decide how the terminal works. Users can configure the terminal in Application Settings. Setting launch applications Set the applications using the application menu.
  • Page 66 Chapter 7: Configuring Terminal Suggestions Automatically recommend quick access through intelligent pre-judgment of user’s needs. Wireless & networks Settings Introductions To enable or disable Wi-Fi radios. When Wi-Fi is enabled, Wi-Fi available Wi-Fi networks can be viewed by taping this bar. To enable or disable Bluetooth radios.
  • Page 67 Chapter 7: Configuring Terminal Airplane mode: to enable or disable Airplane mode. Wi-Fi Calling: to telephone through Wi-Fi network after it is being enabled. NFC: enabling NFC allows NFC tag information to be read when the terminal touches NFC tag. Android Beam: when NFC is enabled, this function allows users to send the application contents from the terminal directly to another NFC-supported device when the two get closer.
  • Page 68 Chapter 7: Configuring Terminal Personal Settings Introductions To enable or disable location information (Google and GPS Location satellite data). Set screen lock and administrator privileges, including application Security installation and data storage security. Accounts Set up an e-mail account. Google Related services of Google Select the current language and the default keyboard.
  • Page 69 Chapter 7: Configuring Terminal Honeywell Settings Settings Introductions Redefines left scan button, right scan button, middle scan button Key Remap and P1, P2 buttons. For more information please refer to Mapping Button. Battery LED Configuring battery LED lighting modes. Configure ScanPal EDA50K-X imager. For more help, please...
  • Page 70 Chapter 7: Configuring Terminal System Settings Introductions Date & Time Configure all time and date settings. Scheduled Power Set scheduled power on and off On and Off Set auxiliary function level, for example: large font and Accessibility text-to-speech output. Printing Configure printing options.
  • Page 71: Network Communication

    Chapter 7: Configuring Terminal Network communication Users can connect the terminal to wireless and wired networks. Users can get the terminal connected via the following ways: • 802.11 radios • Bluetooth • Connecting to Wi-Fi networks When communicating through wireless networks, ScanPal EDA50K-X transfer data through 802.11 radios.
  • Page 72 Chapter 7: Configuring Terminal To quickly connect to a network via WLAN Protected Access (WPS), tap . To search the network outside of the list, slide to the end of the list and tap Add network and enter the network name. Tap on a network name to view its details.
  • Page 73 Chapter 7: Configuring Terminal Note: Proxy server settings only apply to the Wi-Fi networks that users modified. Users have to set proxy servers for each network that requires the using of proxy server. Enter Application Settings screen, tap Wi-Fi to show available Wi-Fi networks. Long press the network name, then tap Connect the Network, then a network setting list will pop up.
  • Page 74: Connecting To A Virtual Private Network

    Chapter 7: Configuring Terminal Connecting to a virtual private network The terminal supports connection to virtual private networks (VPNs). This section describes how to add and connect to VPNs. To configure a VPN, users must consult your network administrator. Users can view and change VPN settings in the Application Settings. Note: Before accessing VPN, users need to set a lock screen password.
  • Page 75: Wireless Security

    Chapter 7: Configuring Terminal Tap Save after editing. Wireless Security The terminal provides the following security solutions for users' wireless network. • WPA2™ • • 802.1x • Before setting up security program, you must first enable the radio and set the date and SSID on the terminal.
  • Page 76 Chapter 7: Configuring Terminal Tap the name of the certificate or key storage to install. Following the tips to enter the password of the key storage, then tap OK. Enter the certificate name and tap OK. Disable or delete certificates If the certificate is a stolen one or the organization selected by the user does not trust the certificate, the user can disable or delete the certificate.
  • Page 77: Bluetooth Communication

    Chapter 7: Configuring Terminal Bluetooth communication EDA50K-X supports Bluetooth communication, allowing users to get connected with other Bluetooth-enabled devices. Before searching for and connecting to other Bluetooth-enabled devices, users must enable the Bluetooth radio. By default, Bluetooth radio is disabled. Bluetooth radio can be restored to its current state by system resetting.
  • Page 78 Chapter 7: Configuring Terminal (Optional) If the desired device is not listed, please check if the Bluetooth of that device has been enabled and is detectable, and then tap Scan Device. Select the device to pair with. After Pairing Dialog Box is displayed, enter the device PIN code, and tap OK.
  • Page 79: Configuring Bluetooth Settings

    Chapter 7: Configuring Terminal Configuring Bluetooth settings Users can configure for Bluetooth in Application Settings. Enter Application Settings screen, and tap Bluetooth. Tap Menu icon to select one for setting: • Refresh. • Tap Rename phone to change the name of the terminal. Enter a new name and then tap Rename.
  • Page 80: Communication Via Serial Port And Usb

    Chapter 7: Configuring Terminal Communication via serial port and USB By communication via serial port and USB, users can transfer data to other devices or receive data from other devices with the following accessories. • USB cable • RS-232 cable For more information about accessories, please contact local resellers.
  • Page 81: Management And Maintenance

    Chapter 8: Management and Maintenance Management and Maintenance This Chapter deals with software upgrade, resetting terminal and maintenance of EDA50K-X. User Guide for ScanPal50 Series Terminal...
  • Page 82: Upgrading System Software

    Upgrading AutoInstall application Copy the upgrade file "EDA50K-X-ota-xxx.zip" to the following EDA50K-X's system folder: File Explorer\External Memory Card\Honeywell\Autoinstall • IPSM\Honeywell\Autoinstall • Tap All Applications > AutoInstall Settings. Choose Packages update, and ScanPal EDA50K-X will restart and install the upgrade file.
  • Page 83: Restarting The Terminal

    Chapter 8: Management and Maintenance Restarting the Terminal If the terminal or an application is locked or doesn't respond when pressing the power key, you need to restart the terminal. When restarting, the terminal will use the current configuration saved in the flash memory. Try the following ways to restart the terminal: •...
  • Page 84: Restore Factory Settings

    Chapter 8: Management and Maintenance Tap Power off. Press down "Power Key" to restart EDA50K-X. Restore factory settings If the terminal appears to be locked, try a cold boot. If resetting is invalid, try to restore factory settings, restart the terminal to make it work again and do troubleshooting later. Warning: This action will clear all data in the terminal, including all applications and data, but excluding data stored in flash memory or external storage device.
  • Page 85: Specifications

    Chapter 9: Specifications Specifications Mechanical and environmental specifications This Chapter provids the physical and environment specifications of EDA50K-X Product dimensions Length 164 mm Width 73 mm Thickness 24.5 mm Weight (with battery) 300 g (with battery) Tumble and drop standards Tumble 200 tumbles within 0.5m Drop...
  • Page 86 Chapter 9: Specifications Relative humidity 10% to 90%, non condensing (during operation) Environmental IP54 sealing Display specifications 4.0-inch color LCD/WVGA pixel/full-perspective/capacitive touch screen Language Support Language Support and not limited to WW English, French, German, Italian, Spanish, Simplified Chinese, Traditional Chinese. Symbolgies Support The following symbologies are supported: 1D codes:...
  • Page 87 Chapter 9: Specifications • RSS Limited • RSS Expanded • Telepen • Trioptic Code • UPC-A • UPC-E 2D codes: • Aztec Code • Codablock A • Codablock F • DataMatrix • HanXin • Maxicode • Micro PDF 417 • MicroQr •...
  • Page 88 Chapter 9: Specifications Scan Depth of Field (DOF) DOF performance of the product was measured under the following conditions: • DOF is the distance from the top of scan engine to the barcode • 23 °C (73 °F), 0 ~ 10K lux •...
  • Page 89 Chapter 9: Specifications Honeywell Scanning & Mobility 9680 Old Bailes Road Fort Mill, SC 29707 www.honeywellaidc.com ScanPal 50 Series terminal for Android User Guide P/N EDA50K-SC-UG Rev.A User Guide for ScanPal50 Series Terminal...

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