Note: CN80L0N models do not include a WWAN radio. Memory Card Specifications Honeywell recommends the use of Single Level Cell (SLC) industrial grade microSD™ or microSDHC™ memory cards with Dolphin mobile computers for maximum performance and durability. Contact a Honeywell sales representative for...
Mobile Computer Features CN80 Model with 6603ER Imager Battery Status /Notification LED Receiver Speaker Microphone Power Button Scan Status LED Button Scan Button Touch Panel Scan Button Keyboard (model dependent) Speakers Microphone I/O Connector...
Imager (LED / Laser Aperture) Microphone Pressure Sensor Camera Lens and Laser Safety Flash Label Location Volume Buttons microSIM/ microSD Card Door Scan Button IMEI Label Location on Model Stylus CN80L1N Battery Battery Latch Hand Strap...
CN80 Model with EX20 Near/Far Imager Battery Status /Notification LED Receiver Speaker Microphone Power Button Scan Status LED Button Scan Button Touch Panel Scan Button Keyboard (model dependent) Speakers Microphone I/O Connector...
Imager (LED / Laser Aperture) Laser Safety Label Location Microphone Camera Lens and Flash Pressure Sensor microSIM/ Volume Buttons microSD Card Door Scan Button Stylus Battery Battery Latch Hand Strap...
Install a microSIM Card / Install a microSD Card Always power off the computer before attempting to install or remove a card.
SIM 1 Phone feature is available only on CN80L1N models. When using a UICC card for NFC Secure Element NFC link encryption, install the card in SIM slot 1. SIM 2 SIM 2 feature is available only on CN80L1N models.
microSD Format the microSD card before initial use.
The CN80 mobile computer ships with a Li-ion 3.85 VDC, 22.3 watt-hour battery manufactured for Honeywell International Inc. Use only Honeywell Li-ion battery pack model CW-BAT (SKU CX80-BAT-EXT-WRLS1). Ensure all components are dry prior to placing the battery in the computer. Mating wet components may...
4 hours. Using the computer while charging the battery increases the time required to reach a full charge. We recommend the use of Honeywell accessories and power adapters. Use of any non-Honeywell accessories or power adapters may cause damage not covered by the warranty.
Battery Swap Mode for Battery Replacement You should always place the computer in Battery Swap mode before removing the battery. Battery Swap mode places the computer in a low power state so that the battery can be removed for a short time. To activate Battery Swap mode: Press and hold the Power button until the options menu appears.
About the Home Screen Notification / Status Bar Search Bar Touch initiate a voice search or command. Home Screen Panel Touch access all apps. Favorites Tray Navigation Buttons To learn how to customize the Home screen, see the user guide.
Navigation and Function Buttons Button Description Back Return to the previous screen. Home Return to the Home screen. Recent Apps View and switch between recently used apps. Volume Raise or lower the volume of the speaker. Scan Press right or left scan button to trigger the scanner.
Scan a Bar Code with the Scan Demo Note: For optimum performance, avoid reflections by scanning the bar code at a slight angle. Touch > Demos > Scan Demo. Point the computer at the bar code. Touch Scan on the touch screen or press and hold any Scan button.
Sync Data To move files between your CN80 and a computer: Connect the CN80 to your computer using a USB charge/ communication accessory. By default, the CN80 is in USB charging only mode. To enable file transfers, swipe down from the top of the screen to access the Notifications panel.
Restart the Mobile Computer You may need to restart the mobile computer to correct conditions 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.
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