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Dolphin™ CN80
Mobile Computer
powered by Android™ 7
User Guide

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  • Page 1 Dolphin™ CN80 Mobile Computer powered by Android™ 7 User Guide...
  • Page 2 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. The information in this publication does not represent a commitment on the part of HII.
  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    TABLE OF CONTENTS Customer Support ........................ix Technical Assistance ......................ix Product Service and Repair ....................ix Limited Warranty ........................ix Chapter 1 - About the Computer Features........... 1 About the Dolphin CN80 Mobile Computer ................ 1 Model Overview ........................1 Features of the CN80 ......................
  • Page 4 Select a Touch Screen Profile to Optimize Performance ..........15 Configure the Screen Backlight .....................16 About the Scan Status LED .....................16 About the Keypad.........................17 Keypad LEDs ...........................17 About the Color-Coded Keys.....................18 Enter Characters on the QWERTY Keypad ............18 Enter Characters on the Numeric Keypad ............19 About the Audio Features ......................19 Adjust Speaker Volume .......................20 Enable Vibrate Mode......................20...
  • Page 5 About Screen Gestures......................36 Set the Time Zone ........................36 About Honeywell Applications ....................37 Applications You Can Download to the Mobile Computer ..........38 About Honeywell Enterprise Browser ..............38 About Honeywell Launcher..................38 Unlock Developer Options......................39 Chapter 3 - Use the Image Engine ...............41 About the Image Engine......................41...
  • Page 6 Chapter 4 - Use the Phone................51 About the Phone...........................51 Add or Switch Between Network Carriers................52 Select a SIM Card Slot ......................52 Activate the UMTS Phone ....................53 Activate the CDMA Phone....................56 Make a Phone Call........................56 Answer the Phone........................57 Switch Apps During a Phone Call ...................57 Make an Emergency Phone Call....................58 Configure Phone Settings......................58 Chapter 5 - Use the Camera................
  • Page 7 About Software Updates ......................81 About Transferring Files via USB Connection............81 Install Software Updates with AutoInstall................82 Optional microSD Card Method ..................82 About the Honeywell Upgrader ....................83 How to View the Installed OTA Version .................83 Install OTA Updates ......................84 Reboot (Restart) the Computer ....................85 About Enterprise Data Reset ....................85...
  • Page 8 Before You Begin ........................86 Full Factory Reset the Computer ..................87 Clean the Computer........................87 Appendix A - Specifications................89 Computer Agency Information....................89 Label Locations ........................89 Physical and Environmental Specifications ..............90 Bar Code Symbologies Supported..................90 N6603ER Imager Engine Reading Distances ..............91 N6600ER Imager Engine Field of View/Resolution ..........92 EX20 Near/Far Image Engine Reading Distances ............92 EX20 Imager Engine Field of View/Resolution ............92 viii...
  • Page 9: Customer Support

    For our latest contact information, see www.honeywellaidc.com/locations. Product Service and Repair Honeywell International Inc. provides service for all of its products through service centers throughout the world. To find your service center, go to www.honeywellaidc.com and select Support.
  • Page 10 Dolphin CN80 Mobile Computer...
  • Page 11: Chapter 1 - About The Computer Features

    EX20 Near/Far (1D/2D), high performance 2D imager for long range scanning applications up to 15.2 m (50 ft). Honeywell offers heater-equipped cold storage CN80 versions to extend the use of the mobile computer in cold storage and freezer environments.
  • Page 12 • 23-key numeric function keypad N6603ER (1D/2D) high performance Honeywell imager EX20 Near/Far (1D/2D), high performance 2D Honeywell imager for long range scanning applications; 0.15 m to 15.2 m (6 in to 50 ft). WLAN IEEE 802.11a/b/g/n/ac radio; Wi-Fi certified Bluetooth™...
  • Page 13: Features Of The Cn80

    Features of the CN80 CN80 Model with N6603ER Imager Battery Status /Notification LED Speaker Microphone Power Button Aux Button Scan Status LED Scan Button Touch Panel Scan Button Keyboard (model dependent) Speakers Microphone I/O Connector Dolphin CN80 Mobile Computer...
  • Page 14 Microphone Imager Window (LED/Laser Aperture) Laser Safety Label Location Camera Lens and Flash Volume Buttons microSIM/microSD Card Door Scan Button IMEI Label Location on Model CN80L1N Battery Latch Stylus Battery Hand Strap Dolphin CN80 Mobile Computer...
  • Page 15: Cn80 Model With Ex20 Near/far Imager

    CN80 Model with EX20 Near/Far Imager Note: The EX20 Near/Far Imager is only available for CN80L0N models. Battery Status/Notification LED Speaker Microphone Power Button Aux Button Scan Status LED Scan Button Touch Panel Scan Button Keyboard (model dependent) Speakers Microphone I/O Connector Dolphin CN80 Mobile Computer...
  • Page 16 Microphone Imager Window (LED/Laser Aperture) Laser Safety Label Location Camera Lens and Flash Volume Buttons microSIM/microSD Card Door Scan Button Battery Latch Stylus Battery Hand Strap Dolphin CN80 Mobile Computer...
  • Page 17: About The Battery

    The battery has a 22.3 watt hour capacity. Several factors determine the life of your battery, such as display brightness, display timeout, input device, extreme temperature, and usage. Honeywell recommends that you keep the battery charged at all times to prevent data loss.
  • Page 18 4. Release one end of the hand strap. 5. Slide the battery latch to the right. 6. Lift up on the edge of the battery and remove it from the computer. Dolphin CN80 Mobile Computer...
  • Page 19 7. Insert the charged battery into the computer. 8. Press down on the edge of the battery to engage the lock. 9. Attach the hand strap. Snap 10. Press the Power button. Dolphin CN80 Mobile Computer...
  • Page 20: About The Battery Status

    The computer is connected to external power and the battery is charging. There is a battery error. Install another battery. If the problem persists, contact Honeywell Technical Support. The Battery status LED appears in the upper right corner of the touch screen.
  • Page 21: About The Battery Status Led Setting

    You can change the behavior of the Battery status LED if the out-of-box behavior for a charging battery (blinking green) is not acceptable to your environment. You can choose one of three options: • Honeywell Battery LED (factory default, out-of-box configuration) • Default Battery LED (optional Android OS configuration) •...
  • Page 22: Check The Battery Level And Usage

    3. Choose one of the options: • Default Battery LED (optional Android OS configuration) • Honeywell Battery LED (factory default/out-of-box configuration) • No Battery LED Check the Battery Level and Usage In addition to the Battery status icon and LED, you can monitor the battery status from the Settings app.
  • Page 23: Battery Recommendations And Safety Precautions

    • Avoid dropping the battery or computer. If you suspect that the battery or computer is damaged, send it to a Honeywell service center for inspection. • Replace the battery only with another CW-BAT model battery. This battery has been tested in accordance with applicable safety standards.
  • Page 24: Power On The Computer

    Power On the Computer After you have fully charged and installed a battery, power on the computer for the first time: • Press and hold the Power button for approximately 3 seconds, and then release the button. Welcome Screen The first time you power on the computer, a Welcome screen appears. You can either scan a configuration bar code or use the Wizard to manually set up the computer.
  • Page 25: Select A Touch Screen Profile To Optimize Performance

    The recommended setting for the Screen lock is to enable a Password lock. Use a strong password value (e.g., include numbers, characters, special characters, and mix character case). 1. Swipe up from the bottom of the Home screen to access all apps. 2.
  • Page 26: Configure The Screen Backlight

    Configure the Screen Backlight The display has an ambient light sensor that automatically adjusts the backlight intensity to conserve power and ensure the display is readable. You can also manually set the backlight intensity if you do not want to use the automated adaptive brightness feature.
  • Page 27: About The Keypad

    About the Keypad The Dolphin CN80 is available in two keypad configurations. 40-Key QWERTY Keypad 23-Key Numeric Keypad Keypad LEDs Special characters and alternate functions are entered by pressing color-coded key sequences. Keypad LEDs indicate when a color-coded modifier key is active or when caps lock is turned On.
  • Page 28: About The Color-coded Keys

    About the Color-Coded Keys Use the keypad color-coded modifier key(s) and the caps lock function to access all the characters, numbers, symbols and functions marked on the computer keys. Enter Characters on the QWERTY Keypad Computer models with a QWERTY keypad include a yellow modifier key for typing alternate numbers and symbols.
  • Page 29: Enter Characters On The Numeric Keypad

    Enter Characters on the Numeric Keypad Computer models with a numeric keypad include a yellow modifier key and a blue modifier key for typing alphabetical characters and accessing functions. To type a number: • Press the relevant number key. To type an alphabetical character: 1.
  • Page 30: Adjust Speaker Volume

    Adjust Speaker Volume Use the volume buttons on the left side of the computer to adjust the volume of ringtones, media, notifications, and alarms. 1. Press either the Volume Up or Volume Down button. The volume slider appears. 2. Tap the down arrow to expand the options.
  • Page 31: Audio Settings

    Audio Settings This section describes the audio and sound settings you can configure in the Settings app. • To change audio settings, select the Settings app and tap Sound. Note: Sound settings are model dependent. Some settings may not be available for your model type.
  • Page 32: About The Cn80 Cold Storage Model Heater

    About the CN80 Cold Storage Model Heater CN80 Cold Storage (CS) models come equipped with touch screen and scan window heaters to support extended use in freezers as well as transitions into and out of freezer areas. The heaters can be set to turn On automatically to defrost the touch screen and scan window based on external temperature changes and timers or the user can control the heaters by manually turning them On or Off.
  • Page 33: Cold Storage Exit Detection

    Cold Storage Exit Detection In Automatic mode, cold storage exit detection occurs when the sensors identify a quick rise in the ambient temperature. • If Preemptive Heating is disabled (default) and the Chill time has expired, the system turns the heaters On at full power when a cold storage exit is detected. •...
  • Page 34: Configure The Heater In The Settings App

    Configure the Heater in the Settings App 1. Swipe up from the bottom of the Home screen to access all apps. 2. Tap Settings > Heater. 3. Modify the heater parameters. 4. Tap Update to apply the changes. 5. Tap OK. Heater Parameters You can configure the following Heater parameters in the Settings app to fit your specific application environment.
  • Page 35: Insert A Microsd Card

    Insert a microSD Card You can use a microSD card to increase file storage capacity or to install software. Honeywell recommends the use of Single Level Cell (SLC) industrial grade microSD or microSDHC memory cards with the computer for maximum performance and durability.
  • Page 36 4. Release one end of the hand strap. 5. Slide the battery latch to the right. 6. Lift up on the edge of the battery and remove it from the computer Dolphin CN80 Mobile Computer...
  • Page 37 7. Loosen the screws securing the card access door closed. Use the tab to lift the edge of the door. 8. Press down gently and slide the card holder away from the open access door. Lift the edge of the holder up. Dolphin CN80 Mobile Computer...
  • Page 38: How To Transfer Files

    9. Insert the microSD card into the card holder with the contacts facing out. 10. Close the holder with the card inserted. Press down gently on the card holder and slide it into the locked position. 11. Close the card access door and tighten the screws. 12.
  • Page 39: Configure Usb Connection And Transfer Files

    Configure USB Connection and Transfer Files Note: The CN80 supports Hi-Speed USB communications (USB 2.0) with a maximum data transfer rate of 480 Mbps. 1. Connect the CN80 to your workstation. 2. On the CN80, swipe down from the top of the screen to see the notifications. 3.
  • Page 40 Accessory Description Wired Vehicle Dock Use the wired vehicle dock to hold and charge the computer in a (Model CX80-VD/ vehicle environment. Provides hard-wired 3-pin power jack and USB PN CN80-VD-SRH) host (DB15) receptacle (5V/500 mAh DC) for powering peripherals. Charges mobile computer battery in 4 hours or less.
  • Page 41: Chapter 2 - About The User Interface And Applications

    ABOUT THE USER INTERFACE AND APPLICATIONS Use this chapter to learn about the user interface and how to interact with the screen. You can also use this chapter to learn about the Honeywell applications on the computer. About the User Interface The Android 7 operating system provides a touch-friendly and easy- to-navigate user interface.
  • Page 42: Navigation And Function Buttons

    Home Screen Features Item Description Notifications panel / Status icons to the left tell you when an app has sent notifications, such Status bar as an arriving message. System icons to the right display the current wireless and network connection state and battery level. Search bar Search the Internet or the computer using Google™.
  • Page 43: About Status Bar Icons

    About Status Bar Icons Status and notification icons show you the current status of your network, the battery, notifications, and sounds. Use the table below to understand some of the most common icons. Status and Notification Icons Icon Description Icon Description Pending alarm and Alarm is set Vibrate mode is turned On...
  • Page 44: Restore Default Button Action

    Restore Default Button Action To restore the button default action: 1. Swipe up from the bottom of the Home screen to access all apps. 2. Tap Settings > Key remap. 3. Tap the clean icon 4. Choose the remapped button(s) you want restored to the default setting. •...
  • Page 45: Customize The Home Screen

    Customize the Home Screen You can add application icons to any Home screen for easier access. 1. Swipe up from the bottom of the Home screen to access all apps. 2. Tap and hold the app you want to add. The computer vibrates, and then switches to a smaller view of the Home screen panels.
  • Page 46: About Screen Gestures

    About Screen Gestures Use your fingers or the stylus to manipulate icons, buttons, menus, the on-screen keyboard, and other items on the screen. • Tap to select something, toggle a setting On or Off, or activate a field for text entry.
  • Page 47: About Honeywell Applications

    Honeywell applications help you troubleshoot and connect your computer to other devices and networks. Some of the applications in this table are located in the Power Tools app. To learn more about Honeywell Power Tools, go to www.honeywellaidc.com to download the Dolphin Power Tools User Guide.
  • Page 48: Applications You Can Download To The Mobile Computer

    IP address is working. Applications You Can Download to the Mobile Computer You can download Honeywell applications to extend the capabilities of the computer. You may need to purchase a license to run some applications. To learn...
  • Page 49: Unlock Developer Options

    If Launcher is not included on your computer model, you can download a trial version of the software for evaluation. After the evaluation period expires, you need to purchase a license. For more information about Launcher, visit www.honeywellaidc.com. Unlock Developer Options Developer options only appear in the Settings app if you unlock the feature.
  • Page 50 Dolphin CN80 Mobile Computer...
  • Page 51: Chapter 3 - Use The Image Engine

    You can find information on how to create custom applications for the computer in the Software Development Kit (SDK) available for download from the Technical Support Downloads Portal at https://hsmftp.honeywell.com. Once you create an account and enter the portal, navigate to Software > Software and Tools >...
  • Page 52: Change The Scanner Settings

    Change the Scanner Settings Changes you make to the Default profile apply to all applications with no profile assigned. 1. Swipe up from the bottom of the Home screen to access all apps. 2. Tap Settings > Scanning. 3. Tap Internal Scanner > Default Profile. 4.
  • Page 53: Default Scan Settings

    Data Editing Plugin Specify a Total Freedom data editing plug-in and edit None plug-in settings. Symbology Prefix Specify a symbology identifier prefix to the bar code data. None Options include: • None • Honeywell • Dolphin CN80 Mobile Computer...
  • Page 54: Symbology Settings

    ‘//’ ACTION '$' extra-data Where: ACTION and extra-data are any string of characters. Launches an application listening for the intent. Intent action: “com.honeywell.scantointent.intent.action.” + ACTION Intent extra: “com.honeywell.scantointent.intent.extra.DATA” contains the remainder of the bar code data after the first ‘$’ character.
  • Page 55 Tap the check box to toggle the feature On or Off. • Select Center Decode to adjust the Window dimensions. Honeywell recommends leaving the settings at 50 (default) to define the “center” area for the bar code. Configurable parameters: •...
  • Page 56: Imager Settings

    Imager Settings You should not need to modify the Imager Settings. The Override Recommended Values setting is disabled by default. The recommended Imager Settings are designed to work in a wide range of environments and should only be modified if you have an advanced understanding of imagers.
  • Page 57: Add A Scan Setting Profile

    Add a Scan Setting Profile To create a scan setting profile for a custom app on the computer: 1. Swipe up from the bottom of the Home screen to access all apps. 2. Tap Settings > Scanning > Internal Scanner. 3.
  • Page 58: Scan Bar Codes

    4. Configure the button appearance. As you adjust the settings, the preview button updates. • Tap Select Button Size, and then choose Small, Medium or Large. • Tap Select Button Color and then choose from seven color options. Default color is black. Tap a dot to select the color, and then select OK to confirm. •...
  • Page 59: About Scanning Configuration Bar Codes

    4. Release the Scan button when the computer beeps, and the Scan Status LED briefly turns on. The bar code information is entered into the application in use. Note: Not all bar code symbologies are enabled by default. If a bar code does not scan, the correct symbology may not be enabled.
  • Page 60: Change The Scan Demo Symbology Settings

    Change the Scan Demo Symbology Settings 1. In the Scan Demo app, tap in the upper right corner of the screen. 2. Select Symbology Settings. 3. Modify the symbology parameters. • Tap the check box next to a symbology name to enable (check mark) or disable (no check mark) decoding for that symbology.
  • Page 61: Chapter 4 - Use The Phone

    CHAPTER USE THE PHONE You can use the phone feature to make and receive phone calls as well as transmit data through wireless wide-area networks (WWANs). Note: Phone features are only supported on CN80 WWAN models (CN80L1N). About the Phone Phone features on the computer include a speaker and a microphone.
  • Page 62: Add Or Switch Between Network Carriers

    Add or Switch Between Network Carriers The SDR radio and dual SIM card slots in the CN80 WWAN model make it easy for you to add carriers and switch between them as needed. Use the Carrier Selection app to quickly change your WWAN radio network carrier. 1.
  • Page 63: Activate The Umts Phone

    6. Select a cellular carrier. 7. Tap Apply and then OK to verify the change. 8. Tap OK again when the “Settings are saved” message appears. Under Current Config the active SIM slot appears with the carrier setting you selected. Activate the UMTS Phone You use a SIM card to activate the UMTS phone on your CN80 WWAN model computer (CN80L1N).
  • Page 64 7. Lift up on the edge of the battery and remove it from the computer 8. Loosen the screws securing the card access door closed. Use the tab to lift the edge of the door. Dolphin CN80 Mobile Computer...
  • Page 65 9. Press down gently and slide the card holder away from the open access door. Lift the edge of the holder up. When using a UICC card for NFC Secure Element NFC link encryption, install the card in SIM slot 1. SIM 1 SIM 2 10.
  • Page 66: Activate The Cdma Phone

    Activate the CDMA Phone You need to contact your wireless carrier and set up an account to activate the CDMA phone on your CN80 WWAN model computer (CN80L1N). You also need to provide the carrier with the Mobile Equipment Identifier (MEID) for the computer.
  • Page 67: Answer The Phone

    2. Use one of the methods below to enter the telephone number you want to call. • Press the number keys on the keypad. • and use the on-screen dialer. • Select a person on your saved contact list • Select a favorite on your speed dial list •...
  • Page 68: Make An Emergency Phone Call

    3. To return to the call screen, swipe down from the top of the screen and select ongoing call notification or select Hang up if you want to end the call. Make an Emergency Phone Call You can use the phone to make an emergency phone call even if the SIM card is missing from your UMTS phone or if you do not have a valid CDMA account.
  • Page 69: Chapter 5 - Use The Camera

    CHAPTER USE THE CAMERA Use this chapter to learn how to take pictures and record videos with the color camera. About the Color Camera The CN80 comes equipped with a 13-megapixel color camera, 4K video with image stabilization, and advanced software features for enhanced exposure control for taking pictures and videos.
  • Page 70: Change Camera Settings

    3. The camera automatically adjusts the focus but you can tap the screen to modify the focal point. By default, the camera senses the lighting in the environment and turns the flash on, if needed. 4. Tap to take a photo. •...
  • Page 71: Record A Video

    Record a Video This section explains how to record video with the camera in the computer. 1. Tap the Snapdragon Camera icon in the favorites tray. 2. Tap mode selection in the bottom right corner of the app. 3. Tap to select video.
  • Page 72 Dolphin CN80 Mobile Computer...
  • Page 73: Chapter 6 - Configure The Computer

    CHAPTER CONFIGURE THE COMPUTER Use this chapter to learn about the available methods for configuring your mobile computer. You can also use this chapter to learn how to configure network communications and wireless security. How to Configure the Computer You can configure many parameters on the computer such as the bar code symbologies the integrated scanner decodes, or the network settings.
  • Page 74 When you open the Setting app, suggestions appear at the top of the list. • to expand or collapse the suggestion list. • Tap a suggestion to open the settings screen or app relevant to the suggestion. • Tap the , and then Remove to dismiss the suggestion.
  • Page 75 Setting Description Cellular Modify mobile network settings, including enabling data access and roaming networks over mobile networks, selecting access points and network operators, or selecting only 2G networks (to save battery life). Mobile plan Provides information on your cell phone plan. Network Use to reset all network settings including Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, and cellular data.
  • Page 76 Setting Description Users • Modify the owner profile name and add profiles other people who use the computer. • Activate a different user profile. • Tap Emergency information to enter emergency information for the active user profile. The information you enter may be used by first responders in an emergency.
  • Page 77 Honeywell Settings Setting Description Key Remap Change (remap) a button or key function. To learn more, see Remap a Button or Key on page 33. Key WakeUp Set the buttons you want to use to wake the computer from sleep mode.
  • Page 78: About Network Communications

    Honeywell devices in a connected workspace environment. Web Applications Enables access for the Honeywell Mobility SDK for Web apps and lets you set a port. Touch Screen...
  • Page 79: Connect To A Wi-fi Network

    Connect to a Wi-Fi Network The computer contains an 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac radio to transfer data using wireless communications. Before you connect to a Wi-Fi network, you need to know about your network security protocol and its required credentials. By default, the 802.11 radio is disabled. 1.
  • Page 80: Disable Wi-fi Notifications And Set Wlan Radio Sleep Parameter

    1. Swipe up from the bottom of the Home screen to access all apps. 2. Tap Settings > WLAN. The list of available Wi-Fi networks appears. 3. Tap and hold the name of a connected network, and then tap Modify network. 4.
  • Page 81: How To Connect To Virtual Private Networks

    b. Enter the required network information, and then tap Apply. 7. Tap Save. How to Connect to Virtual Private Networks The computer supports connecting to virtual private networks (VPNs). This section describes how to add and connect to VPNs. To configure VPN access, you must obtain details from your network administrator.
  • Page 82: Edit Vpn Information

    Wi-Fi Protected Access (WPA) • 802.1x Honeywell recommends WPA2 security with PSK (Personal) or 802.1x (Enterprise) key management. Before you set security, you need to enable the radio, set the date, and set the SSID on your computer. To use 802.1x security, you need to load a root certificate on your computer.
  • Page 83: Load A Certificate

    Load a Certificate To use a certificate, you must install it in the trusted credential storage on the computer. Note: Apps such as email and browsers that support certificates allow you to install certificates directly from within the app. For more information, see the help that comes with the app.
  • Page 84: About Bluetooth Communications

    About Bluetooth Communications Your mobile computer is equipped to communicate with other devices using Bluetooth technology. The Bluetooth radio must be turned On to discover, pair and connect to other Bluetooth devices. System bar icons indicate Bluetooth radio status. Connect a Bluetooth Device To connect to a Bluetooth device, you must turn On the Bluetooth radio and then select the device from a list of discovered devices.
  • Page 85: Rename The Computer And View File History

    When the device is successfully paired with the computer, the device name appears under Paired devices. 6. (Optional) Once paired to a device, you can connect manually to the device. Tap the device under Paired devices. The word “Connected” appears under the paired device name.
  • Page 86: Rename Or Unpair A Paired Device

    USB Troubleshooting • If you have a problem with your workstation computer recognizing the USB device, try downloading and installing the Honeywell-aidc-usb-driver. The driver is part of the Honeywell_Mobility SDK_Android software.zip file. To learn where to get the software, see Developer Information on page 78.
  • Page 87: How To Share Your Mobile Data Connection

    How to Share Your Mobile Data Connection You can share the mobile data connection through USB tethering or Bluetooth tethering. You can also use the computer as a Wi-Fi hotspot to share the connec- tion with other devices. Share the Data Connection Through USB or Bluetooth You can share your data connection with another device through tethering.
  • Page 88: Developer Information

    When Provisioning mode is turned Off (disabled): • Configuration bar codes do not scan and process. • \honeywell\autoinstall folders are inaccessible. Note: To learn more about network and security for Honeywell mobile computers with Android operating systems, go to www.honeywellaidc.com. Dolphin CN80 Mobile Computer...
  • Page 89: Enable Or Disable Provisioning Mode

    Enable or Disable Provisioning Mode 1. Swipe up from the bottom of the Home screen to access all apps. 2. Tap Settings > Provisioning mode under Honeywell Settings. 3. Tap the button to toggle the provisioning On or Off. Dolphin CN80 Mobile Computer...
  • Page 90 Dolphin CN80 Mobile Computer...
  • Page 91: Chapter 7 - Manage And Maintain The Computer

    4. Create an account if you have not already created one. You must login to download the software. 5. Install the Honeywell Download Manager tool on your workstation (e.g., laptop or desktop computer) prior to trying to download any files.
  • Page 92: Install Software Updates With Autoinstall

    1. Swipe up from the bottom of the Home screen to access all apps. 2. Tap Settings > Provisioning mode under Honeywell Settings. 3. Tap the toggle button to turn Provisioning mode On. 4. Save the upgrade file (*.zip or *.apk) in one of the following folders on the CN80 mobile computer: •...
  • Page 93: About The Honeywell Upgrader

    9. Once installation is complete, turn Provisioning mode Off. About the Honeywell Upgrader Use the Honeywell Upgrader app (HUpgrader) to check for and install OTA updates or view the current OTA version installed on the computer. How to View the Installed OTA Version 1.
  • Page 94: Install Ota Updates

    1. Swipe up from the bottom of the Home screen to access all apps. 2. Tap Settings > Provisioning mode under Honeywell Settings. 3. Tap the toggle button to turn Provisioning mode On. 4. Save the OTA file (*.zip) in the following folder on the CN80 computer: •...
  • Page 95: Reboot (restart) The Computer

    Reboot (Restart) the Computer You may need to reboot the computer to correct conditions where an application stops responding to the system. 1. Save your files and close any open applications. 2. Press and hold the Power button until the options screen appears. 3.
  • Page 96: Enterprise Data Reset The Computer

    Enterprise Data Reset the Computer 1. Swipe up from the bottom of the Home screen to access all apps. 2. Select Settings > Backup & reset. 3. Tap Enterprise data reset. 4. Tap Reset Phone. 5. If prompted, type your screen lock security pattern, PIN, or password and tap next ( 6.
  • Page 97: Full Factory Reset The Computer

    Full Factory Reset the Computer 1. Swipe up from the bottom of the Home screen to access all apps. 2. Select Settings > Backup & reset. 3. Tap Full factory reset. 4. Tap Reset Phone. 5. If prompted, type your screen lock security pattern, PIN, or password and tap next ( 6.
  • Page 98 Dolphin CN80 Mobile Computer...
  • Page 99: Appendix A - Specifications

    APPENDIX SPECIFICATIONS Computer Agency Information Dolphin CN80 mobile computers meet or exceed the requirements of all applicable standards organizations for safe operation. The best way to ensure safe operation is to use the mobile computer according to the agency guidelines on the product regulatory sheet, quick start guide and in this user guide.
  • Page 100: Physical And Environmental Specifications

    Physical and Environmental Specifications 1. Go to www.honeywellaidc.com. 2. Type CN80 in the Search box and then press Enter. 3. Select the Products tab. 4. Click the red arrow under the Dolphin CN80 Handheld Computer description. 5. Select one of the following: •...
  • Page 101: N6603er Imager Engine Reading Distances

    1D Symbologies 2D Symbologies Postal Codes Default Default Default UPC-A Enabled UPC-E Enabled UPC-E1 Enabled Note: To learn about changing the symbology settings, see Change the Scanner Settings page 42. N6603ER Imager Engine Reading Distances The depth of field measurements were taken using these parameters: •...
  • Page 102: N6600er Imager Engine Field Of View/resolution

    N6600ER Imager Engine Field of View/Resolution Focus Horizontal Field Angle (degrees) 17.6 ±3.5° Vertical Field Angle (degrees) 13.5 ±3.5° Note: DPI can be calculated based on the following formula: Horizontal DPI = 832 pixels/width of horizontal field of view (inches) Vertical DPI = 640 pixels/width of vertical field of view (inches) EX20 Near/Far Image Engine Reading Distances The depth of field measurements were taken using these parameters:...
  • Page 104 Honeywell 9680 Old Bailes Road Fort Mill, SC 29707 www.honeywellaidc.com ™ CN80-A7-EN-UG Rev A 5/18...

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