Introduction This document is only for Dolphin CN80 NI and CN80G mobile computers marked as certified for use in non-incendive (NI) environments. CN80/CN80G models can be identified by NI markings on the device label verifying non-incendive certifica- tion. Warning: Explosion Hazard -Substitution of components may impair suitability for Division 2 Class I, II, III locations.
Mobile Computer Features CN80/CN80G Models with 6603ER Imager Battery Status /Notification LED Speaker Microphone Power Button Scan Status LED Button Scan Button Touch Panel Scan Button Keyboard (model dependent) Speakers Microphone I/O Connector...
Imager Window (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, (model dependent) Stylus Battery Battery Latch Hand Strap...
CN80/CN80G Models with EX20 Near/Far Imager Battery Status/Notification LED Speaker Microphone Power Button Scan Status LED Button Scan Button Touch Panel Scan Button Keyboard (model dependent) Speakers Microphone I/O Connector...
Imager Window (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. On all models, when using a UICC card for NFC Secure Element 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.
Install the Battery CN80 and CN80G mobile computers use a Li-ion 3.85 VDC, 22.3 watt-hour battery manufactured for Honeywell International Inc. The CN80G battery is packaged and shipped separately from the mobile computer. The CN80 NI battery ships with the mobile computer.
P/N CX80G-BAT-EXT-WRLS pour les modèles CN80G. The battery ships with only a partial charge. Before initial use, charge the battery with a Honeywell charging device for a minimum of 4 hours. Using the computer while charging the battery increases the time required to reach a full charge.
Install the optional Dust Cover The dust cover can be used when additional I/O connector shielding is desired. Turn Power On/Off 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.
Sleep Mode Sleep mode automatically turns the touch panel display off and locks the computer to save battery power when the computer is inactive for a programmed period of time. Press and release the Power button to wake the computer. Drag the toward the top of the display to unlock the computer.
About the Home Screen Notification/Status Bar Search Bar Home Screen Panel Touch to 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 View and switch between recently Apps used apps. Volume Raise or lower the volume of the speaker. Scan Press right or left scan button to trigger the scanner.
Point the computer at the bar code. Press and hold any Scan button. Center the aiming beam over the bar code. Note: Not all bar code symbologies are enabled by default. If a bar code does not scan, the correct symbology may not be enabled or Provisioning mode may be turned off.
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