Quick Start Guide
The RFD5500 Trigger Handle Accessory adds a RFID gun-style handle with
a scanning trigger to the MC55. Used for all RFID operations, the RFD5500
increases comfort when using the terminal in scan-intensive applications
for extended periods of time.
Install Trigger Accessory Software on MC55
In order to use the Trigger Accessory with the MC55, software installation is
required. Download the Trigger Accessory Software file from the Motorola
Support Central web site: www.motorolasolutions.com/support.
Follow the directions provided with the software and install the file onto the
device using ActiveSync. Refer to the MC55 Integrator Guide for instruction on
Insert the Battery
Insert the battery, connector end first, into the battery compartment.
Press down on the battery until the battery latch snaps into place.
Remove the Battery
Open battery latch on bottom of trigger accessory handle.
Inserting the MC55 into Trigger Accessory
Slide the MC55 into the Trigger Accessory until it locks in place. The latches
To scan bar codes:
secure the MC55 to the Trigger Accessory.
Start the MC55 scanning application.
Aim the MC55 at the bar code.
Press the trigger on the handle. The Scan/Decode LED lights and a beep sounds to
indicate a successful decode.
For detailed information on MC55 scanner functions, refer to the MC55 User Guide.
Removing the MC55 from the Trigger Accessory
To remove the MC55, press the release buttons and pull the MC55 forward and up.
Charging and Communication
The Trigger Accessory can be used to charge the MC55 and communicate with a host
computer using either the USB charging cable or a cradle, or connect to a peripheral.
Using the USB Charge and Communication Cable
To charge the MC55 battery or comminicate with a host computer while the MC55 is
in the Trigger Accessory, use the USB Charging Cable setup below:
Charge LED Indicator
Slow Flash = Normal Charge
Solid Amber = Full Charge