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CASIO
IT-800 Series
Software Manual
(Version 1.04)
CASIO Computer Co., Ltd.
Copyright ©2010. All rights reserved.
August 2010

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  • Page 1 CASIO IT-800 Series Software Manual (Version 1.04) CASIO Computer Co., Ltd. Copyright ©2010. All rights reserved. August 2010...
  • Page 2 Table of the Contents Editorial Record Preview Chapter 1. Product Overview Model by Feature Available Options Chapter 2. Functions Basic Specifications ® 2.1.1 Windows Mobile 2.1.2 Display 2.1.3 Touch Panel 2.1.4 Keys 2.1.5 Audio 2.1.6 Buzzer Sound 2.1.7 Memory Management 2.1.8 Reset 2.1.9...
  • Page 3 2.6.4 Vendor ID IrDA 2.7.1 Communication Speeds 2.7.2 COM Port Bluetooth 2.8.1 Basic Specifications 2.8.2 Communication Profiles 2.8.3 Security 2.8.4 COM Port 2.8.5 Process After Communication Interruption 2.8.6 Process During Suspend and Resume 2.8.7 Setting SR Mode Parameter 2.8.8 Simultaneous Use with WLAN 2.8.9 Communication Range WLAN...
  • Page 4 Today About Backlight 3.10 Buzzer 3.11 Manage Certificates 3.12 Clock & Alarms 3.13 CPU Speed 3.14 Customer Feedback 3.15 Encryption 3.16 Error Reporting 3.17 External GPS 3.18 Imager Setting 3.19 Managed Programs 3.20 Memory 3.21 Power 3.22 Regional Settings 3.23 Remove Programs 3.24 Scanner Setting...
  • Page 5 Ltd. in Tokyo Japan. Information in this document is subject to change without advance notice. CASIO Computer Co., Ltd. makes no representations or warranties with respect to the contents or use of this manual and specifically disclaims any express or implied warranties of merchantability or fitness for any particular purpose.
  • Page 6 Editorial Record Manual Date edited Page Content Version no. 1.00 August 2009 Original version 1.01 October 2009 Chinese Sensible Code is added. In Chapter 2.4.2 is updated. 1.02 November 2009 In Chapter 2.2.6, a note about scan width control function is added.
  • Page 7 Preview The features and specifications described in this reference manual give you the functional detail of ® the software integrated in the IT-800 series handheld terminals with Microsoft Windows Mobile Version 6.5 OS.
  • Page 8 1. Product Overview 1.1 Model by Feature The major features integrated in each model of the IT-800 series are shown below. Table 1.1 WWAN WLAN Model no. Scan Engine Camera NFC Extension Slot Bluetooth (802.11b/g) IT-800R-05 SDIO IT-800RGC-05 SDIO IT-800R-15...
  • Page 9 1.2 Available Options The following dedicated options are available for IT-800 series. Table 1.2 Option Product Model no. Remark Cradle USB Cradle HA-H60IO HA-H60IO-CN for China Ethernet Cradle HA-H62IO HA-H62IO-CN for China Battery Battery Pack HA-D20BAT HA-D20BAT-CN for China Large Battery Pack...
  • Page 10 2. Functions This chapter describes about detailed specifications of the functions implemented in the terminal and the dedicated options. 2.1 Basic Specifications This chapter describes about the basic specifications of the functions implemented in the terminal. ® 2.1.1 Windows Mobile The terminal integrates Microsoft ®...
  • Page 11 Y direction 320 dots Switching VGA and QVGA The Windows Mobile OS integrated in devices including the Casio IT-800 cannot switch the display mode, from VGA to QVGA and vice versa, due to Microsoft requirement. This limits that the display resolution with the OS is VGA mode only.
  • Page 12 The functions of the System Library relevant to the Backlight Brightness are as follows. : Retrieves brightness of the screen when the power is supplied by battery SysGetBLBattery pack. : Sets up brightness of the screen for the power source supplied by battery SysSetBLBattery pack.
  • Page 13 Flipping Display Screen Flipping display screen at 90, 180 or 270 degree is supported. • The relevant functions of the System Library can be used to set up an angle to flip the screen in application. • With ChangeDisplaySettingEx() API function, flipping display screen at 90, 180 or 270 degree can be set in application.
  • Page 14 2.1.3 Touch Panel An input can be made to any portion of the touch panel. The touch panel has the following resolutions. Table 2.3 High Resolution X direction 480 dots Y direction 640 dots Resolution X direction 240 dots Y direction 320 dots •...
  • Page 15 2.1.4 Keys Keyboard Layout The following is the keyboard layout employed in the terminal. Figure 2-1...
  • Page 16 Key Assignments The following are the key codes and function assignments. Table 2.4 Control keys Input mode Operation Remarks ---- Specialized key operation (toggle). Fn mode is reset when a subsequent key input is made. Character input mode Changes input mode. Navigate to Numeric →...
  • Page 17 Table 2.5 Function keys Input mode Operation Remarks Character input mode VK_F1 VK_F1 VK_F1 VK_F1 Function mode VK_F1 Character input mode VK_F2 VK_F2 VK_F2 VK_F2 Function mode VK_F2 Character input mode VK_F3 VK_F3 VK_F3 VK_F3 Function mode VK_F3 Character input mode VK_F4 VK_F4 VK_F4...
  • Page 18 Table 2.7b Trigger keys (Without Scanner model) Input mode Operation Remarks Left up Character input Performs as Cursor up key. mode Performs as Cursor up key. Performs as Cursor up key. Performs as Cursor up key. Function mode Performs as Shift and TAB keys. Left down Character input Performs as Cursor down key.
  • Page 19 Table 2.8 Ten key Input mode Operation Remarks Character input Performs as 0 key. mode Performs as “-_ / ^\&=+$%#* space” keys. Performs as “-_ / ^\&=+$%#* space” keys. Performs as 0 key. Function mode Displays SIP or does not display. Character input Performs as 1 key.
  • Page 20 Character input Performs as 8 key. mode Performs as “T”, ”U” and ”V” keys. Performs as “t”, ”u” and ”v” keys. Performs as 8 key. Function mode Initiates the application registered in the registry below. [HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\HARDWARE\DEVICEMAP\KE YBD] Fn8LaunchPath:sz (the path of application to initiate.) Character input Performs as 9 key.
  • Page 21 Continuously pressing any one of the “0” to “9”, “ ↑“, “←”, “→” and “ ↓“ keys repeats the key input. Key Click Sound The key click sound is generated when a key is pressed. However, it is not generated when the key is released or in mid-course of repeating the key input.
  • Page 22 Enabling or Disabling Fn Key For keys that perform specialized operations while the key input mode has been set to Function mode, “Enable” or “Disable” can be set on each individual key in the registry below to control the operations. [HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\HARDWARE\DEVICEMAP\KEYBD] Or, using the SysSetFnKeyOperation function of the System Library can achieve the same control operation explained above.
  • Page 23 Enable or Disable Key Locks The System Library can be used to enable or disable the operations of keys except for the Power and Trigger keys. The functions of the System Library relevant to the “Permit or Prohibit Key Locks” are as follows.
  • Page 24 2.1.5 Audio Basic Specifications WAV playback, voice recording and playback are supported. By using the Microsoft SoftwareMixer function, output sounds from multiple applications can be mixed and output (in 44.1 KHz, 16-bit stereo mixing). Voice Recorder is integrated in the terminal as the sound system application to make it possible to perform WAV file streaming playback and local file playback in HTTP.
  • Page 25 2.1.6 Buzzer Sound Basic Specifications The buzzer sound in various modes such as scanning confirmation, alarm, warning, and other available sounds can be output via the integrated speaker. The sounds have four attributes and default values. Table 2.13 Time Sound Mode Frequency (Hz) Individual Mute Attribute...
  • Page 26 FlashDisk to the RAM in case when booting takes place after a full reset is performed or the lithium-ion battery runs down. • Object store equivalent of the RAM disk in the previous Casio handheld terminals is no longer integrated. If files are copied to Root and Windows folder under “My device” folder, this creates the same files in the UserDisk of FlshROM and secures data without performing backup in case the lithium-ion battery is not installed.
  • Page 27 FlashDisk The FlashDisk has a total capacity of 256MB and is used for the below purposes. Boot area : Deploys the OS files to the RAM from the OS disk. OS disk/Kernel : Stores the OS files. Boot loader is deployed in the RAM at time of booting. User disk : A disk user can freely use.
  • Page 28 2.1.8 Reset The role of the boot loader in Windows Mobile (OAL) is to boot the OS after initializing the hardware. On the terminal, it is possible to carry out the special performances with special keys operation as described in the figure below. Figure 2-3 To reset the terminal, there are several ways to carry out it.
  • Page 29 User Disk Clean This operation is carried out if Fn and CLR and “.” keys are held down at the same time and then the reset switch is pressed for a period of one second or longer that formats the RootDisk and FlashDisk and initializes the RAM to the factory default and then reloads the OS files to the RAM.
  • Page 30 2.1.9 Memory Corruption Check Checksum is carried out in order to detect whether the OS deployed in the memory is corrupted or not, and the OS is reloaded if it is necessary. Table 2.15 Confirm the checksum OS load On Soft Reset Carried out Carried out when error of checksum occurs.
  • Page 31 2.1.10 LED Basic Specifications There are two LEDs integrated in the terminal, one on the right side (Indicator 2) for the user notification and the other (Indicator 1) for charging battery complete notification. Table 2.16 Color Description Right side LED User notification (alarm), scanning bar code (Indicator 2) Green...
  • Page 32 Bluetooth Connection Status This is used for notification of Bluetooth connection establishment status which is controlled with the System Library. Table 2.19 Status Mode Specification Attribute Connection established via Bluetooth ON in blue for 1 second, OFF for 2 seconds L_BT Note: Indication for scanning a bar code has the priority over other indications.
  • Page 33 WWAN Connection Status This is used for notification of WWAN connection establishment status. Table 2.22 Status Mode Specification Attribute WWAN established ON in orange for 1 second, OFF for 2 seconds L_WWAN Notes: • Indication for scanning a bar code has the priority over other indications. •...
  • Page 34 2.1.11 Vibration Basic Specifications The vibration can be set up for five different notifications. Table 2.24 Notification Vibration Pattern Setting Default Alarm Default ON or OFF Warning Default ON or OFF Bar code scan complete Default ON or OFF Wireless incoming signal Default ON or OFF User definition...
  • Page 35 2.2 Laser Scanner This chapter describes about detailed specifications of the integrated Laser Scanner (model dependant). 2.2.1 Basic Specifications The following industrial standard bar code symbologies are supported by the integrated Laser Scanner. Table 2.26 Supported symbologies No. of min. Symbology Check Digit Calculation No.
  • Page 36 4. Minimum digit on NW7 symbology The no. of minimum digits can be set to one digit only when scanning NW7 symbology is enabled. 5. Minimum digit on Interleaved 2of5 symbology The no. of minimum digits can be set to two digits only when scanning Interleaved 2of5 symbology is enabled.
  • Page 37 In condition where the parameter in the registry has been set, performing a full reset on the terminal makes emitting the laser beam is turned off intermittently between laser emissions possible. The path of the registry is as follows. Path : HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\Drivers\CASIO\Laser Data-type : DWORD Parameter : ScnBlk (1: valid, 0: invalid)
  • Page 38 The functions of the Laser Scanner Library relevant to the Scanning Method are as follows. : Emits laser beam and start scanning a bar code. OBRStartScanning : Stops emitting laser beam and scanning a bar code. OBRStopScanning : Sets up scanning mode. OBRSetScanningType : Retrieves the scanning mode.
  • Page 39 2.2.3 Scan Parameters Conditions that allow scanning a symbology in a specific mode can be set for each readable symbology. Readable Symbology Bar code symbologies that are enabled or disabled for scanning can be specified. If only specific symbologies are to be scanned, set “Enable” for scanning on these symbologies only and “Disable”...
  • Page 40 The functions of the Laser Scanner Library relevant to the Scanning Parameters are as follows. : Sets up scanning with individual bar code symbology. OBRSetScanningCode : Retrieves scanning status with individual bar code OBRGetScanningCode symbology. : Sets up scanning with Code39 symbology. OBRSetCode39Option : Retrieves decode options of Code39 symbology.
  • Page 41 : Retrieves OBRGetRSSExpandedOption decode options DataBar symbology. : Sets up scanning with GS1 DataBar Stacked OBRSetRSS14StackedOption symbology. : Retrieves decode options of GS1 DataBar Stacked OBRGetRSS14StackedOption symbology. : Sets up scanning with GS1 DataBar Expanded OBRSetRSSExpandedStackedOption Stacked symbology. OBRGetRSSExpandedStackedOption : Retrieves decode options of GS1 DataBar Expanded Stacked symbology.
  • Page 42 2.2.4 Scan Output Format Formats for outputting results of scanned bar codes can be set. Table 2.29 Output Formats No. of Symbology Standard Output Format Remark digits JAN-13 FFMMMMMNNNNNCT T : Termination code EAN-13 FFMMMMMNNNNNCT JAN-8 FFMMMNCT T able 2.29 for EAN-8 FFMMMNCT meaning of the...
  • Page 43 JAN-13 0FFMMMMMNNNNNCT GTIN EAN-13 0FFMMMMMNNNNNCT GTIN JAN-8 0000000FFMMMNCT GTIN EAN-8 0000000FFMMMNCT GTIN UPC-A 00SMMMMMNNNNNCT GTIN UPC-B 00SMMMMMNNNNNNT GTIN UPC-E UPC-E (7), 8 0MMNNNMCT Last M: 0 to 2 (see note) (7), 8 0MMMNN3CT (7), 8 0MMMMN4CT (7), 8 0MMMMMNCT Last N: 5 to 9 (6), 7 MMNNNMCT Last M: 0 to 2...
  • Page 44 Industrial 2of5 2 to Max DDD ------ DDDCT T able 2.33 for meaning of the notations. Only even number digits used for scanning readable digits. Code93 1 to Max AAA ------ AAAT T able 2.34 for meaning of the notations. Code128 Code128 1 to Max...
  • Page 45 Table 2.30 WPC symbology Country flag Manufacturer code Product code Number system character Addon data Termination code Mod10 check digit Table 2.31 Code39 symbology ASCII conversion post data ASCII conversion pre-data Mod43 check digit. Becomes data if there is no check digit attached. Start and stop characters Table 2.32 NW7 symbology Start and stop characters (any one of a, b, c and d)
  • Page 46 Table 2.38 MSI symbology Data Mo10 and Mod11 check digits. Becomes data when there is no check digit attached. Table 2.39 IATA symbology Data Check digit (IATA). Becomes data when there is no check digit attached. Coupon No Airline No Table 2.40 GS1 DataBar Omnidirectional symbology Numeric data Mod10 check digit...
  • Page 47 Termination Codes Choose one of the following five termination codes to attach to the end of decoded data. CR+LF No termination code (default) The functions of the Laser Scanner Library relevant to the Termination Codes are as follows. : Sets up suffix control code appended to decoding data. OBRSetSuffixChar OBRGetSuffixChar : Retrieves suffix control code appended to decoding data.
  • Page 48 The predefined event name which is issued for event notification can be changed in the registry described below. If there is no value set in the registry, the default event name, OBRScanningEvent, is used. [HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\Drivers\CASIO\Laser] Table 2.45 Key Name Value to set...
  • Page 49 Capturing Event Factors When a notification for scanning completion is issued with “Event”, factors which made the scanning succeeded are automatically recorded. The recorded factors are also retrieved using the Laser Scanner Library. The function of the Laser Scanner Library relevant to the “Capturing Event Factors” is as follows. OBRGetLastEventStatus : Retrieves last event status.
  • Page 50 2.2.5 Scan Result Notification When scanning a bar code is complete, a notification about the scanning result can be indicated to the user via either LED or buzzer. Each indication method can be set to “Enable” or “Disable”. Table 2.47 Scanning OBR buffer Indication...
  • Page 51 2.2.6 Expanded Features Scan Width Control If the laser emits on several bar codes located near each other, scanning may fail. By narrowing the laser beam emission width, scanning can be focused onto only one bar code, not onto the other one located near by.
  • Page 52 Scan Verification Beam If scanning takes place with the laser beam emitted onto multiple bar codes located near each other, it is difficult to distinguish by the user which bar code was correctly scanned. In such the condition, if a laser beam can be emitted again on to the same bar code verifying the actual scanned bar code the user wishes to scan and a notification about it is issued to the user, the scanning can be succeeded without having any difficulty or confusion.
  • Page 53 Noise Filter If the background of printed bar code is white color, a noise tends to be generated easily during scanning causing the error rate to increase. To reduce such the noise, the Noise Filter function is available with the terminal. Two methods, software noise filter and ASIC noise filter, are available.
  • Page 54 Contrarily to other gain modes, it may cause the response from scanning to be worse. Registry for automatic gain change mode: Location : [HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\Drivers\CASIO\Laser] Parameter: GainPtn=A (DWORD value) 8 : Gain Mode 3...
  • Page 55 Notes: • Setting up the setting gain in Auto mode while the scan width control function is set up may cause a deterioration of scanning bar codes that are printed in a poor quality. If you need to set up the scan width control function, select the setting gain in Mode 0 to Mode 3. Or, if you select the Auto mode of the setting gain, select the scan width control function in “No control on laser beam emission width”...
  • Page 56 Configuration File The various setting values can be stored in a file and resumed. The setting file storage location and its name are “\Documents and Settings\System Settings\OBRDRV.ini”. If there is no such the setting file, the default values are used to initiate scanning. Table 2.50 Symbol Parameter...
  • Page 57 CODE39_CHKD Check digit calculation Disable Enable CODE39_CHKCH Check character output Disable Enable NW7_MIN Valid minimum digits NW7_MAX Valid maximum digits NW7_OUTFORMAT Output format Output NW7 bar code with start and stop characters. Output NW7 bar code without start and stop characters.
  • Page 58 UPCEADDON_CHKD Check digit calculation Disable Enable UPCEADDON_CHKCH Check character output Disable Enable UPCE_MIN Valid minimum digits Fixed UPCE_MAX Valid maximum digits Fixed UPCE_OUTFORMAT Output format 0: Output UPC-E bar code with “0” at the forefront. 1: Output UPC-E bar code without “0”...
  • Page 59 CODE128_MIN Valid minimum digits CODE128_MAX Valid maximum digits CODE128_OUTFORMAT Output format Output Code128 bar code (note 4) after Full ASCII conversion. Output Code128 bar code without Full ASCII conversion performed. Output GS1-128 bar code only. Output GS1-128 bar code only with code ID (note Output GS1-128 bar code only after Fnc→...
  • Page 60 MSI_MIN Valid minimum digits MSI_MAX Valid maximum digits MSI_OUTFORMAT Output format No (fixed) MSI_CHKD Check digit calculation No calculation 1 digit, mod 10 2 digits, mod11/mod 10 2 digits, mod10/mod10 MSI_CHKCH Check character output Disable Enable IATA_MIN Valid minimum digits IATA_MAX Valid maximum digits IATA_OUTFORMAT...
  • Page 61 RSS14_MIN Valid minimum digits Fixed RSS14_MAX Valid maximum digits Fixed RSS14_OUTFORMAT Output format Output GS1 DataBar Stacked in standard format. Output GS1 DataBar Stacked without A.I. (note RSS14_CHKD Check digit calculation Enable (fixed) RSS14_CHKCH Check character output Enable (fixed) RSSEXP_MIN Valid minimum digits 1 to 74 RSSEXP_MAX...
  • Page 62 MULTISTEP Multi-step reading Standard read Multi-step read CMPCNT No. of verifications 1 to 9 READCNT No. of times to scan in 1 to 9 continuous read mode SCANTIME Timeout period in 1 to 9 second FILTERMODE Noise filter mode Disable noise filter (note 1) Enable software noise filter...
  • Page 63 BARWIDTH Setting correction value No correction of thickness of bars Thin black bar Thin black bar (or thicken black bar) Thin white bar Thin white bar (or thicken white bar) MARGINCHECK Setting threshold values Maximum for right and left margins Middle Narrow Minimum...
  • Page 64 Code39 Code128 With the decoding system used for the previous Casio handheld terminals, decoding is processed with a mean value of one module adding bar thickness of each black bar and white bar for one character when performing binaryzation or quardruplzation of bar thickness. However, this method does not accurately decode a bar code if it is formed with unbalanced bar thickness between white bars and black bars.
  • Page 65 Changing the Threshold Values for Right and Left Margins When a bar code is printed inside of quadrangle, scanning may not be possible because there is not enough left and/or right marginal space. By making change on the right and left marginal threshold values, scanning a bar code becomes possible.
  • Page 66 Decode Learning Function This function is to automatically change parameters for criteria and threshold level used to judge on decoding bar code data so that scanning a bar code printed in poor quality can be improved. However, after changing the relevant parameters for the Decode Learning function, the individual scanning characteristics of each terminal may be degraded.
  • Page 67 Supported Symbologies Below is a list of the symbologies which can be effectively scanned using the Decode Learning function. EAN, JAN, UPC-A, UPC-B EAN, JAN, UPC-A, UPC-B Add-ons UPC-E UPC-E Add-on Code39 Interleaved 2of5 Industrial 2of5 Code93 Code128 IATA List of Parameters Subject to Change The parameters subject to change are those which can be altered using the Customize function and those listed below.
  • Page 68 Changing Character Spacing Threshold Values The decoder identifies wide character spacing as an anomalous pattern, which may result in the inability to scan. Disabling the character spacing determination function overcomes this problem. Depending on the barcode system, some codes may have character spacing while others may not. This change is effective for those codes which have character spacing.
  • Page 69 Changing Thick Bar Determination Criteria Optical and print characteristics may result in discrepancies in the thickness of black and white bars, thereby preventing accurate ratios from being obtained during scanning. By checking the left guard bar and central bar, the black and white bar discrepancies are obtained and incorporated into the thick bar determination.
  • Page 70 Changing Character Discrepancy Threshold Values When a comparison of the total value of bars comprising each character is performed during scanning and said value is either too large or too small compared to that of the other characters, it is processed as an anomalous pattern. This may result in the inability to scan due to the ratio of a single character becoming either larger or smaller than the others.
  • Page 71 Enabling or Disabling the Decode Learning Function The Decode Learning function can be switched to either “Enable” or “Disable”. This switch can be made using the functions or settings file provided by the Laser Scanner Library. Note: Enabling the Decode Learning function improves the scanning performance for poorly printed bar codes.
  • Page 72 2.3 CMOS Imager This chapter describes about detailed specifications of the CMOS Imager which is model dependant. See Table 1 .1 for the CMOS Imager integrated models. 2.3.1 Basic Specifications The industrial standard 1D bar code symbologies and 2D code symbologies in Tables 2.53 to 2.55 are supported by the integrated CMOS Imager.
  • Page 73 GS1 DataBar Always Enable Always Disable Expanded (Standard) ISBT (note 1) Always Enable Always Disable Code32 (note 2) Always Enable Always Enable Notes: 1. ISBT symbology is decoded as Code128 symbology. 2. To read Code32 symbology, set also Code39 symbology enabled. Table 2.55 2D Stacked Code symbologies Check Minimum...
  • Page 74 Table 2.56 2D Matrix Code symbologies Check Minimum Maximum Check Output format/Add-on Symbology character function digits digits character output Aztec 2,000 Enable Disable QR Code 1,500 Enable Disable Micro QR Code Enable Disable Maxicode Enable Disable DataMatrix 1,000 Enable Disable ECC000/050/080/100/ 140/200 Chinese Sensible...
  • Page 75 2.3.2 Scanning Method Ordinary Read This function reads one bar code at a time and outputs the data. Ordinary, this read method is used. Multi-step Read This function continuously performs decoding as long as one of the R/L Trigger keys is held down. Once bar codes are decoded they are not read any more.
  • Page 76 The functions of the Imager Library relevant to the Scanning Method are as follows. : Sets up scanning mode. IMGSetDecodeMode : Retrieves the scanning mode. IMGGetDecodeMode : Carries out decoding symbol. IMGWaitForDecode IMGWaitForDecodeRaw : Carries out decoding symbol including its binary data.
  • Page 77 2.3.3 Scanning Parameters Condition that allows scanning a symbology in specific modes can be set for each readable symbology. Readable Symbology Bar code symbologies that are enabled or disabled for scanning can be specified. If only specific symbologies are to be scanned, set “Enable” for scanning on these symbologies only and “Disable”...
  • Page 78 : Sets up decode options for EAN8 symbology. IMGSetEAN8 : Retrieves the decode options for EAN8 symbology. IMGGetEAN8 : Sets up decode options for Chinese Sensible (HanXin) symbology. IMGSetHX : Retrieves the decode options for Chinese Sensible (HanXin) symbology. IMGGetHX : Sets up decode options for IATA 2of5 symbology.
  • Page 79 2.3.4 Scan Result Notification The notification of the read completion of a symbol can be posted using one of the following integrated devices. Table 2.58 Read terminated Device Setting Read succeeded Read failed Default (release the Trigger key) Green and ON in green ON in red Green and Red...
  • Page 80 2.3.5 Expanded Features Decode Customize Function This function adjusts the scanning speed to facilitate scanning of hard-to-read symbols. • Decode Deliberation Levels The level of deliberation for scanning symbols can be set at five different levels. Setting the level to “Very Quick” or “Quick” limits symbols which can be decoded, but increases the decoding speed.
  • Page 81 Print Weight Adjust Function This function improves scanning bar codes comprised with thick or thin bars. The improvement can be selected in seven grades. In ordinary condition, the setting is not required to change. However, it is useful to change it if scanning a particular bar code is difficult. Thin Default Thick...
  • Page 82 Note that the area of the aimer is a reference. It ca be varied by factors such as distance between the bar code and the terminal or angle of emitting the aimer. The functions of the Imager Library relevant to the “Decode Window function” are as follows. : Sets up decode window area.
  • Page 83 Automatic Linking of Combined Symbols The CMOS Imager supports automatic linkage of multiple symbologies. When scanning symbols with the following combined symbols (see Table 2.61), the scanned data is stored in the internal buffer and all of the data from combined symbols or all scanned symbols is combined and output.
  • Page 84 Image Capture Function This function is used to capture image data and save it as JPEG file. Using the function together with the JPEG Library, the captured image data is output as image data in either 2-gray scale or 256-gray scale. The captured image data can also be output in low resolution by reducing its size. The following table shows the reductions and sizes.
  • Page 85 Signature Index Function This function scans both symbol and signature at one time and outputs the symbol data and indexed signature at the same time. The position and size of a signature can be specified in the user application based on the position of the symbol. The function automatically corrects the up and down positions of the captured symbol in correspondence with the up and down positions of the image data even if it has been captured upside down or diagonally, and then outputs it.
  • Page 86 Streaming Display Function This function sequentially displays an image while continuously operating the CMOS Imager. With the image capturing function in “ I mage Capture Function”, the streaming display function can be used to display image preview. Table 2.64 Reduction 1/1, 1/2, 1/4 Size 1/1 reduction...
  • Page 87 Imager’s APO This function will shut down the power to the CMOS Imager automatically if it has not been used for a while. After activating the APO (Automatic Power OFF) function, the imager’s power can be turned on again if one of the following functions is invoked. The time period of the APO function can be set up in the range of 0 to 1,800 seconds.
  • Page 88 2.3.6 Configuration File The various settings made at “ I mager Setting” of the Control Panel can be stored in an INI-type file and resumed. The configuration file storage location and its name are “\FlashDisk\System Settings\IMGSet.ini”. By calling IMGLoadConfigFile function, the content in the configuration file is deployed into the Imager, or the default values are used to initiate the Imager if there is no such the configuration file.
  • Page 89 Setting for Scanning Bar Codes For each symbology, parameters that can define the scanning performances are specified with its individual symbology name in the section name. See T able 2.64. Table 2.65 Item Description Setting [Symbology] Section Enable Sets up “Enable” or “Disable” for scanning a 0;...
  • Page 90 List of the Default Settings for Bar Code Symbologies The below list shows the default settings and parameters for the 1D bar code symbologies. Table 2.66 [Code39] [Codabar(NW7)] [EAN8] Enable=0 Enable=0 Enable=0 Min=2 Min=2 Output Check Char=0 Max=48 Max=60 Request Addon=0 Output Start/Stop Code=0 Output Start/Stop Code=0 Separate Addon=0...
  • Page 91 [QR Code] [Aztec] [TLCode39] Enable=0 Enable=0 Enable=0 Min=1 Min=1 Max=3500 Max=3750 [Code 32] Enable=0...
  • Page 92 Setting for Common Operations The settings in T able 2.66 are for the common operations not related to bar code symbology. Table 2.67 Item Description Setting Default [PrintWeight] Section PrintWeight Specify the calibration value for Specify in the range of thickness of bars.
  • Page 93 [Auto Power OFF] Section Auto Power OFF Imager’s APO timer Specify in the range of 0 to 1800 (in second), “0” disables APO, “1 to 1800” turns off the power to the Imager after the time period has elapsed. [Indicator] Section Specify turning on the LED when 0;...
  • Page 94 2.3.7 Concurrent Use with Other Device Table 2.67 shows the concurrent use of decoder, streaming, capturing image of the CMOS Imager with other devices listed in the below table. Table 2.68 Other Devices Concurrent Use Camera Impossible. There may be a possibility, but it is not recommended to use the device concurrently. IrDA Possible.
  • Page 95 DirectShow API. In this chapter, the properties of the DirectShow that can be set for the IT-800 series handheld terminals are mainly explained. For detail of how to use the DirectShow, refer to the document...
  • Page 96 2.4.1 Basic Specifications The terminal (model dependant) offers the following functions via the integrated digital camera module. Table 2.70 Item Setting Parameter Remarks Recorded image file JPEG - Available JPEG image format (Still image quality capture/consecutive shooting) Size of captured still Portrait Landscape Mode...
  • Page 97 Preview Display This is for displaying an image in real time being captured by the camera. The following are image sizes and frame rates for preview display. Table 2.71 Item Parameter Screen size in preview display Portrait Landscape Mode Width Height Width Width...
  • Page 98 2.4.2 Capturing Images Capture Static Image and Save in File This function captures single static image and then outputs it in JPEG format file. Table 2.72 Item Setting Parameter Image size to capture Portrait Landscape Mode Width Height Width Width UXGA 1200 1600...
  • Page 99 JPEG File Option For the use of JEPG as output file, the options listed in the table can be set. Table 2.73 Parameter Setting Remarks Quality (Compression Quality = low (Compression rate = rate) high) Quality = middle (Compression rate = Default middle) Quality = high (Compression rate =...
  • Page 100 Digital Zoom The digital zoom is a function used to cut out a part of image from the high-resolution image. The following image sizes and magnifications can be used for digital zoom shooting. Table 2.75 Digital Zoom Magnification 1/4VGA SVGA Quad-VGA UXGA x 1.5...
  • Page 101 Brightness Correction This is for correcting the brightness. “Brightness” referred to in this explanation is the target value for automatic exposure. Exposure is determined automatically in accordance with the brightness of image to capture, but a target value if you wish to set can be set in the range of 0 (dark) to 24 (bright).
  • Page 102 Compulsory Shutter Sound The shutter sound is generated by the audio during shooting photos. To prevent video voyeurism, whatever the case, it is forced to sound including when the audio is set to mute and when a set of earphones is being used. Flickerless The CMOS Camera in built-in IT-800 detects flicker automatically and minimizes the affection by Focus Adjustment...
  • Page 103 Flipping Image In the IT-800, the direction of flipping image on the screen is determined in accordance with OS’s screen flip setting. For the specifications of flipping screen image, refer to “Camera Rotation” in MSDN library. Table 2.79 Item Image Setting −...
  • Page 104 Adjusting Movie File The integrated camera module has the capability of setting movie quality (delicacy, smoothness, beauty of the movie screen when playing back movie) and recording sound in capturing movie. If you set the screen quality higher, captured movie can be in a good quality, but it makes the file size be swelled.
  • Page 105 2.5 Near Field Communication (NFC) 2.5.1 Basic Specifications The following types of smart card can be accessed for reading and writing by the Near Field Communication (hereafter referred to it as NFC) integrated in the terminal. • ISO/IEC14443 Type A (MIFARE Standard; Ultralight) See note 1. •...
  • Page 106 2.5.2 Communication Functions Reading and writing data with a smart card is performed by the way of contactless communication between the integrated NFC module in the terminal and that smart card. Smart card is preprogrammed by the manufacturer to perform certain operations in response to prescribed commands.
  • Page 107 Data Communication Functions Data communication becomes possible once the smart card has been activated by the card polling function. Communication ends once the NFC module has received the response information from the smart card in response to a transmitted command or when the timeout elapses. When the communication is successful, the smart card remains in the activated mode, thus enabling consecutive transmission of other data.
  • Page 108 Below is an example of data communication between the NFC module and smart card. Figure 2-11 Note: The NFC module consumes very little power while it is turned on. In addition, turning on the module takes time so if you would like to start communicating with a smart card very quickly, turn on the module at same time when activating the application.
  • Page 109 2.5.3 Expanded Features Radio Wave Auto Stop Timing Notification After successfully activating a smart card with the card polling function, the radio wave transmission will stop automatically if a certain time period elapses without any data communication between the NFC module and the smart card. If this happens, it is possible to send a notification, via either a window message or an event, of the timing when the radio wave transmission stopped.
  • Page 110 2.6 USB This chapter describes about detailed specifications of the USB. 2.6.1 Basic Specifications Switching USB • Switches between USB Client (USB Function) and USB Host. • Switching between USB Client (USB Function) and USB Host is carried out by a signal from the cradle.
  • Page 111 2.6.2 COM Port COM ports used with the USB are as follows. Table 2.85 USB Function COM2 USB-MODEM COM5 2.6.3 Product ID USB product ID is as follows. Table 2.86 USB Product ID 0x00CE 2.6.4 Vendor ID USB vendor ID is as follows. Table 2.87 USB Vendor ID 0x045E...
  • Page 112 2.7 IrDA This chapter describes about detailed specifications of the IrDA. 2.7.1 Communication Speeds The IrDA supports the following physical communication speeds. Table 2.88 IrDA protocol 9600, 19.2K, 38.4K, 57.6K, 115.2K bps 4M bps RAW IR 9600, 19.2K, 38.4K, 57.6K, 115.2K bps Notes: •...
  • Page 113 2.8 Bluetooth This chapter describes about detailed specifications of the Bluetooth. 2.8.1 Basic Specifications Version ® Bluetooth Version 2.0 + EDR Master The master establishes a connection with Bluetooth equipment in slave mode waiting for connection with the master. Client (Slave) The client (slave) becomes in waiting mode for communication initiated by the master.
  • Page 114 2.8.2 Communication Profiles The Bluetooth profiles described in the table are supported. Table 2.90 Function Purpose Used in the substructure segment of Bluetooth communications (General Accessible Profile) such as device discovery, link establishment and security. Used to search for currently usable services provided by the (Service Discovery Profile) partner Bluetooth equipment.
  • Page 115 2.8.3 Security This feature supports security functions laid down in the Bluetooth standard. The Bluetooth security is divided into authentication and encryption. These are realized by the use of PassKey (otherwise known as PIN code). PassKey is a shared (common) authentication key used when forming a connection and trust relationship (bonding) with Bluetooth equipment.
  • Page 116 2.8.5 Process After Communication Interruption With Bluetooth communication, there is a chance that the communication link may be interrupted due to radio wave conditions in air. An error occurred during the communication is detected by carrying out WriteFile API function, ReadFile API function, etc. In case where the communication is interrupted, carry out the normal Bluetooth interruption process using the Bluetooth tool or in application and then retry to establish the same connection for communication.
  • Page 117 2.8.8 Simultaneous Use with WLAN Since Bluetooth employs the same frequency range (2.4GHz ISM band), Bluetooth cannot be operated concurrently with WLAN. However, it is possible to make mutual interference less by following the instruction without turning off the power of either device. •...
  • Page 118 2.8.9 Communication Range The communication range for Bluetooth communication between two Bluetooth devices should be 3 meters or less. If there is an obstacle exists on the path that blocks radio wave, the actual range may become shorter. Secure free path for maximum range.
  • Page 119 2.9 WLAN The IEEE802.11 b/g WLAN is operable with integrated WLAN module (model dependant). The IEEE802.11 b/g standard utilizes 2.4 GHz ISM (“Industry Science Medical”) frequency band, which is used for short range wireless communication. Device Name On the terminal, the device name used to capture data, with DeviceIoControl function, about the WLAN driver is “SDIO86861”.
  • Page 120 2.9.2 Expanded Features Power ON/OFF Control The power to the integrated WLAN module can be controlled in application. Turning off the power when the WLAN module is not in use can save power, prevent line congestion and allow the on-board use of the terminal in aircraft. However, it is recommended to consult a cabin crew prior to use of it.
  • Page 121 2.9.3 Roaming This feature automatically switches one Access-Point to another in where two or more Access-Points with the identical SSID code exist are installed. 1. Searches for Access-Points that can communicate with the terminal, and lists up radio wave status of each Access-Point. 2.
  • Page 122 2.9.4 Zeroconfig This feature coordinates with the module firmware and the WLAN driver to perform some of the WLAN link management and the Network management. • If multiple SSIDs are registered as prioritized connections, attempt to establish connection will be performed to each registered SSID. In this case, the interval of time period for reconnecting will become prolonged.
  • Page 123 2.9.5 Channels The no. of WLAN channels set by default at the factory is “1CH-13CH” (13 channels) compatible with the ETSI standard (EU radio standard). 2.9.6 WLAN Setting with Configuration File The configuration file can be used to set the default values for the WLAN settings. By loading the configuration file into the terminal, setting to configure the WLAN operations can be easy.
  • Page 124 File Format The file format of configuration file is INI format which follows restrictions described below. • The maximum size of the configuration file is 60 Kbytes. • A line starting with “;” is regarded as comment. It does not regard as comment if located in mid-line.
  • Page 125 STATIC Section This section specifies parameters necessary for the integrated WLAN module to establish connection with Access-Point. Table 2.95 VALUE SSID Set SSID. ADHOC Set Infrastructure or AdHoc mode selecting either value. 1: Infrastructure 0: AdHoc Set WEP to be included or not. 1: Without WEP 0: With WEP KEYINDEX...
  • Page 126 WPA2_PEAP_DOMAIN Set domain name of WPA2_PEAP. WPA2_PEAP_VALIDATESERVER Set WPA2_PEAP server certificate to be valid or not selecting either value. 0: Server certificate invalid 1: Server certificate valid WPA2_TLS_DOMAIN Set domain name of WPA2_TLS. WPA2_TLS_VALIDATESERVER Set WPA2_TLS server certificate to be valid or not selecting either value.
  • Page 127 Examples of Settings for STATIC Section Example 1; If WEP is used. [STATIC] SSID=tunami ADHOC=0 WEP=1 KEYINDEX=0 KEYDATA= 5C1E1455A2D504920483C59EA19AC2AB3F12821273BD2A17A9BE Example 2; If WEP is used. [STATIC] SSID=tunami SECURITY=WEP AUTH=OPEN WEP_OPEN_KEYINDEX=1 WEP_OPEN_KEYDATA= 5C1E1455A2D504920483C59EA19AC2AB3F12821273BD2A17A9BE Example 3; If WPA or PSK is used. [STATIC] SSID=tunami SECURITY=WPA...
  • Page 128 TCIP/IP Section This section sets the integrated WLAN module’s IP address. Table 2.96 VALUE DHCP Set “Enable” or “Disable” on the DHCP. If “1: Enable DHCP” is selected, the subsequent settings are not necessary to set. 1: Enable DHCP. 0: Disable DHCP. IPADDRESS Set IP address.
  • Page 129 Example ; Configuration File [WLAN] WLANPOWER=1 POWERSAVE=1 WLANCFG=1 BandConfig=1 RoamingRSSILevel=-78 RoamingAvailableTime=15 RoamingRSSISpan=1 RoamingAvailableTime=60 BandConfig=1 MAX_SCAN_TIME=105 SCAN_CHANNELS=123456789ABCDE WLAN_CFGTOOL=WLANCONFIG [STATIC] SSID=TSUNAMI ADHOC=0 SECURITY=WEP=1 AUTH=OPEN WEP_OPEN_KEYINDEX=01 KEYDATA= 5C1E1455A2D504920483C59EA19AC2AB3F12821273BD2A17A9BE WEP_OPEN_KEY=516DFEC900486137CB9D8C82993F184B508A916F5B5E733A0159 [TCP/IP] DHCP=0 IPADDRESS=192.168.1.100 DEFAULTGATEWAY=192.168.1.100 SUBNETMASK=255.255.255.0 DNS1=192.168.1.101 DNS1=192.168.1.102 WINS1=192.168.1.103 WINS2=192.168.1.104...
  • Page 130 2.10 WWAN This chapter describes about detailed specifications of the integrated WWAN module. 2.10.1 Basic Specifications The terminal (model dependant) supports the following communication protocols. Table 2.97 Protocol Remarks Frequencies : 850, 900, 1800, 1900 MHz GPRS Multislot Class 12 Full PBCCH support Mobile Station Class B Coding Scheme 1-4...
  • Page 131 2.10.2 Available Features Power Control This controls the WWAN module’s usage. Data Acquisition This acquires WWAN module information. GPRS Communication Data This obtains the following status data on the GPRS communication. Received signal intensity Operator Connection Control This enables connection to the GSM network. •...
  • Page 132 Notes: • The WAN Communication functions are provided by the WAN Settings tool. Refer to “ W AN Settings” for detail. • User applications can be developed to support the WAN Communication functions using the WANGPRS Library. For detail, refer to the WANGPRS Library manual.
  • Page 133 2.11 GPS Positioning Function This chapter describes about detailed specifications of the GPS. 2.11.1 Basic Specifications GPS module power is related with phone function, therefore when you want to use GPS function, please check Phone power condition in Wireless Manager is On status. (Default setting is On.) Figure 2-12 Figure 2-13...
  • Page 134 Table 2.100 Operation GPS Power Source After reset startup. Open GPS device. Turning off while GPS is open (suspend). Turning on while GPS is open (resume). Enable Virtual Off mode while GPS is open. Disable Virtual Off mode while GPS is open. Close GPS device.
  • Page 135 2.11.2 GPS Function API Latitude and longitude data are obtained using independent positioning to provide the following functions. • Obtains positional data from user application via the GPS intermediate driver (Windows Mobile standard GPS interface) • Displays satellite reception status with the GPS Information tool Note: Refer to “...
  • Page 136 NMEA Sentence Output The NMEA-0183 is output in text format with each item separated by a comma (,) and sentences separated by a new line code (CRLF). The checksum is added up at the line end. The checksum calculates the XOR’ed value of character data enclosed by $ , ' and * in hexadecimal string values. Table 2.102 Sentence-identifying character , value (, value)…...
  • Page 137 GGA Sentences This displays GPS fix data. Example of output: $GPGGA,095635.00,3540.05802,N,13921.63542,E,1,06,1.54,212.5,M,39.2,M,,*59 Table 2.103 Item Description Validity $GPGGA 095635.00 UTC time is displayed in the hhmmss.ss format. 3540.05802 Displays latitude. The value at the left shows a longitude of 35 degrees and 40.05802 minutes. N and S indicate north and south respectively.
  • Page 138 GSA Sentences This outputs GPS DOP and active satellite data. Example of output: $GPGSA,A,3,13,17,28,04,02,23,,,,,,,2.38,1.54,1.82*09 Table 2.104 Item Description Validity $GPGSA Positioning mode A = 2D/3D auto-select M = 2D/3D manual-select Positioning status 1=no signal 2=2D 3=3D 13,17,28,04,02,23, Satellites from which signal is being transmitted. , , , , , , Displays up to 12 satellites.
  • Page 139 GSV Sentences This outputs data on GPS Satellites in View. GSV sentences show current data on the satellites from which a signal can be received. A single sentence contains data up to four satellites. Data on the fifth and subsequent satellites is output in multiple lines.
  • Page 140 RMS Sentences This outputs data on the Recommended Minimum. Example of output: $GPRMC,095636.00,A,3540.05781,N,13921.63500,E,0.851,193.03,011107,,,A*62 Table 2.106 Item Description Validity $GPRMC 095636.00 UTC time is displayed in the hhmmss.ss format. Indicates status: A = data is valid. V = data is invalid during measurement. 3540.05781 Displays longitude.
  • Page 141 Positioning Data Using the GPS Intermediate Driver API The Windows Mobile GPS intermediate driver provides an API to analyze NMEA character strings and obtain positioning data. The GPS intermediate driver API can be used in the following procedure. 1. Create an event with CreateEvent() in order to detect GPS module status changes and output. 2.
  • Page 142 Figure 2-14 The functions relevant to the GPS intermediate driver API are as follows. Table 2.108 Function Description GPSCloseDevice Closes the GPS intermediate driver and connects to the GPS device. GPSGetDeviceState Retrieves the status of the GPS module. GPSGetPosition Retrieves GPS positioning data. GPSOpenDevice Opens the GPS intermediate driver and connects it to the GPS device.
  • Page 143 2.12 Power Control This chapter describes about detailed specifications of the power controls. 2.12.1 Monitoring Low Voltage Four levels of the low voltage monitor control are provided for the terminal. Table 2.109 Description Action Next Startup VDET1 Warning against low Issues warning voltage of the battery message for low...
  • Page 144 Memory Backup Battery The following shows levels available for the memory backup battery. The terminal’s system checks the status of the backup battery every five minutes. Since power source of charging the memory backup battery is supplied by the battery pack, charging it may not be carried out sufficiently if the battery pack has not been accommodated for a long period or is not being fully charged.
  • Page 145 The status of both battery pack and memory backup battery can be monitored with Microsoft’s GetSystemStatusEx2() API function in your application to retrieve the status values described in the table. Table 2.113 Member Description Returned Value ACLineStatus Retrieves the status of AC_LINE_OFFLINE : AC power is off.
  • Page 146 2.12.3 Power OFF Factors The following is the power OFF factors. • The Power key is pressed while the power is on. • Neither key input, disk access, nor communication is performed within a preset time period. • Output voltage from the battery pack is low (VDET2, VDET3) (see note below). •...
  • Page 147 2.12.4 Control on Power Key Time Period after Pressing the Power Key It takes approximately one second for the system to recognize turning on or turning off the power after the Power key is pressed down. Disable Power Key after Turning On the Power After turning on the power, the Power key is set disabled for a certain period of time.
  • Page 148 2.12.5 Power Saving Idle The power is saved by putting the CPU into idle state when event standby status is detected by either the terminal or application running on the terminal. The peripheral devices are in operating state while the CPU is in the idle state. Auto Power OFF (APO) The power is automatically turned off (“APO”) if no key input, no disk access, or no communication is made during a preset time period.
  • Page 149 Virtual Power OFF/WLAN Standby This is standby mode for WLAN operation. The System Library is used in application to turn off the LCD, keys and set the CPU frequency to “POWERSAVE” mode to save the power. Other peripheral devices are in operating state. Table 2.116 Display Lock...
  • Page 150 2.12.6 CPU Power Mode The following shows the power modes operable on the terminal. Table 2.117 Mode Description Discharge State in that the battery pack and the super capacity have been discharged. Neither content in the RAM nor the RTC is backed up. RTC backup State in that only the RTC is being backed up.
  • Page 151 Discharge Discharge Operating / Memory backup battery insertion Memory backup battery empty RTC backup RTC backup SLEEP mode SLEEP mode Operating battery empty Power OFF Power ON Power ON VDET2 / VDET3 WakeUp Battery Cover open RUN mode RUN Mode Turbo Power save Normal...
  • Page 152 2.12.7 Virtual OFF by Application The Virtual OFF is a function and its main object is to save power. Internally, the terminal is running normally but it seems to be with the power being turned off – unable to display and input a key.
  • Page 153 SysSetVirtualOffMode(ENABLE) SysDisablePowerOff SysDisableAPO Virtual OFF Mode Ordinary ON State Mode SysSetVirtualOffMode(DISABLE) SysEnablePowerOff See note. PBT_APMSUSPEND SysEnableAPO Key lock Cancel key lock Display OFF Display ON Audio OFF Audio ON Retrieve current CPU mode Return CPU mode to the previous state Change CPU mode to POWERSAVE PBT_APMRESUMESUSPEND Virtual OFF Mode...
  • Page 154 The functions of the System Library relevant to the “Virtual Off” are as follows. SysDisablePowerOff : Set up ”Disable” for turning off the power on the terminal. SysSetVirtualOffMode : Sets up “Enable” or “Disable” for virtual turning off the power. SysSetVirtualOffModeEx : Sets up “Enable”...
  • Page 155 2.12.8 Virtual OFF by System The virtual off function by system is not supported by the terminal. 2.12.9 Charging/Supplying the Power The optional Dual Battery Charger (HA-D32DCHG) can be used to charge battery packs (two at a time). Mounting the terminal on USB Cradle (HA-H60IO), Cradle-type Battery Charger (HA-H30CHG), or Ethernet Cradle (HA-H62IO) allows charging the battery pack while it is installed in the terminal and supplying the power to the terminal.
  • Page 156 ID. The individual ID incorporates the product code and serial number etc. and always becomes a unique code different from other units of the IT-800 series. The System Library can be used to read the individual ID set on each unit of the terminal.
  • Page 157 The Control Panel has three tabs. The applets in each tab are listed in the following tables. See Tables 3.1 to 3.3. Table 3.1 Personal Tab Name Description CASIO B uttons Changes the parameters concerned with operations by the keyboard. I nput Changes the text input method.
  • Page 158 Table 3.2 System Tab Name Description CASIO A bout Displays system information. B acklight Changes the backlight brightness. B uzzer Sets up buzzer sound volume. M anage Certificates Displays the terminal’s digital certificate. C lock & Alarms Changes the date, time, and alarm settings.
  • Page 159 Table 3.3 Connections Tab Name Description CASIO B eam Enables the terminal to receive all incoming beams. C onnections Connection Manager D omain Enroll Controls the terminal to your network. N etwork Cards Configures network adapters. U SB to PC Enables advanced network functionality.
  • Page 160 3.1 Buttons This applet is for setting parameters concerned with operations with the keyboard. Program Buttons Tab This tab is for reassigning a program to a key. Figure 3-1 Note: The IT-800 has no keys that you can assign program in this applet. Up/Down Control Tab This tab is for specifying the key repeat rate.
  • Page 161 Others Tab Figure 3-3 User definition key Specify “Enable” or “Disable” for the user definition key. Turn-over key automatic decision Specify “Enable” or “Disable” for the turn-over key automatic decision. If “Enable” is chosen, set a period of time to wait for the decision delay.
  • Page 162 3.2 Input This applet is for changing the current input method and options. Input Method Tab Figure 3-4 To change the input method, select a favorite method in the Input method pull-down menu. : Use a single stroke to write letters, numbers, symbols, and punctuation, Block Recognizer which are then converted into typed text.
  • Page 163 Word Completion Tab This tab is for setting the word completion feature. Figure 3-5 To enable the word completion feature, select Suggest words when entering text checkbox and set other relevant options. Options Tab This tab is to adjust preferences for writing and recording. Figure 3-6...
  • Page 164 3.3 Lock This applet is to set up a password that is used to start up the terminal. Password Tab Figure 3-7 Prompt if device unused for Check the checkbox if password input is required every time the terminal is turned off and then turned on during the time period selected in the pull-down menu.
  • Page 165 Hint Tab This tab is for setting up a password hint. Figure 3-8 To help you recall your own password, enter a word or phrase that reminds you of the password.
  • Page 166 3.4 Menus This applet is used for changing the content of the Start menu. You can select up to seven programs. Figure 3-9...
  • Page 167 3.5 Owner Information This applet is for setting information related to the owner. Identification Tab Figure 3-10 Name This field is for specifying the owner’s name inputting alphabets from the Input Panel appeared at the lower part on the screen. Company This field is for specifying name of the company that the owner belongs to.
  • Page 168 Notes Tab Figure 3-11 Notes Using this field, a memo can be freely written. Options Tab Figure 3-12 To display identification information or note when starting up the terminal, select either the Identification information checkbox or the Notes checkbox.
  • Page 169 3.6 Sounds & Notifications This applet is to set up event sounds and notification options. Sounds Tab This tab is to set up “Enable” or “Disable” for sound types of each event listed in the figure below. Figure 3-13 Check the checkbox of each event you wish to set up sound. Notifications Tab Figure 3-14 In the Event pull-down menu, tap an event name and then set up the relevant options for how you...
  • Page 170 3.7 Today This applet is used for customizing the Today screen. Appearance Tab This tab is used for changing the appearance of the Today screen. Figure 3-15 To change the current theme, highlight a new theme in the Select a theme for your device menu.
  • Page 171 Items Tab This tab is used for changing the items that appear in the Today screen. Figure 3-16 To add or remove items in the Today screen, check the checkbox next to each item name to add, or remove the check to remove. To change the listed order of an item displayed in the Today screen, select the item and tap Move Up button for upper position or Move Down button for lower position.
  • Page 172 3.8 About This applet is used for displaying and setting parameters concerned with the internal system of the terminal. Version Tab This tab displays OS version, integrated CPU name and available RAM size. Figure 3-17 Device ID Tab Figure 3-18 Device name: This field is for setting device name for the terminal itself.
  • Page 173 Copyrights Tab This tab is for displaying the OS copyright information. Figure 3-19...
  • Page 174 3.9 Backlight This applet is for setting brightness for the power source provided by either installed battery or external power source from the dedicated AC Adaptor directly connected to the terminal or connected via cradle, the backlight auto dimming, and the backlight auto off. Note: Do not remove the check from Turn off backlight when a button is pressed or the screen is tapped checkbox in both Battery Power Tab (see Figure 3.20) and External Power...
  • Page 175 External Power Tab Figure 3-21 To set the backlight auto off, select Turn off backlight if device is not used for checkbox, and a period of elapse time in the pull-down menu. Battery Brightness Tab Figure 3-22 Brightness level The upper slider is for specifying brightness in one of nine grades which becomes effect while battery pack is being used as the power source.
  • Page 176 External Brightness Tab Figure 3-23 Brightness level The slider is for specifying brightness in one of nine grades which becomes effect while an external power supply - by the dedicated AC Adaptor connected directly to the terminal or connected via cradle - is used as the power source.
  • Page 177 3.10 Buzzer This applet is to set up “Enable” or “Disable” for buzzer sound and its sound volume in one of the three grades (minimum, medium, and maximum) for each event. Setting on the sound volume can be checked by clicking the respective triangle buttons on the right side. Figure 3-24...
  • Page 178 3.11 Manage Certificates This applet is used for editing certificates trusted by the user. Personal Tab Figure 3-25 Personal certificates identify the user of the terminal. Intermediate Tab Figure 3-26 Intermediate certificates help authenticate certificates received from other hosts.
  • Page 179 Root Tab Figure 3-27 Root certificates authenticate certificates received from other hosts.
  • Page 180 3.12 Clock & Alarms This applet is for setting date, time and time zone. Time Tab This tab is for setting time zone, time and date. Figure 3-28 Alarms Tab This tab is for setting alarms. Figure 3-29 To set alarms, follow the steps below. 1.
  • Page 181 More Tab This tab is for setting options. Figure 3-30 To display the clock in the title bar, select Display the clock on the title bar in all programs checkbox.
  • Page 182 3.13 CPU Speed This applet is for setting the CPU operating speed. Figure 3-31 TURBO This mode sets the CPU frequency to 624 MHz. The mode is disabled when the Automatic Mode is set effect. STANDARD This mode sets the CPU frequency to 312 MHz. The mode is disabled when the Automatic Mode is set effect.
  • Page 183 3.14 Customer Feedback This applet is for enabling Customer Feedback. Figure 3-32 While Customer Feedback is enabled, general usage information is collected and sent to Microsoft. No personally identifiable information is collected, and there are no airtime charges to you.
  • Page 184 3.15 Encryption This applet is for enabling to encrypt files placed on storage cards. Figure 3-33 Encrypt files when placed on a storage card Encrypted files are opened just like other files, provided you are using the terminal that encrypted them.
  • Page 185 3.16 Error Reporting This applet is for enabling Error Reporting. Figure 3-34 While Error Reporting is set enabled, serious error information is collected and sent to Microsoft.
  • Page 186 3.17 External GPS This applet is used to configure the built-in GPS receiver. Programs Tab This tab is for selecting the port from which programs will access GPS data. The program port must be a different port than the one specified as the hardware port. Figure 3-35 Hardware Tab This tab is for selecting the port to which your GPS receiver is connected.
  • Page 187 Access Tab This tab is for enabling multiple programs to access GPS data simultaneously, the terminal automatically manages access to your GPS receiver. It is highly recommended that this option always be selected. Otherwise, only one program at a time can access your GPS receiver. Figure 3-37...
  • Page 188 3.18 Imager Setting This tool allows the user to change the parameters and operating modes required for reading 1D and 2D bar code symbologies with the integrated CMOS imager (model dependant). The changed parameters and modes are saved in ini file and become effect automatically when the TDRead application invokes.
  • Page 189 Option Tab This tab is to set up relevant options for scanning a symbol of the specified bar code symbology. Figure 3-40 Enable With a check mark in the checkbox, it is possible to scan the bar code symbology selected in the pull-down menu.
  • Page 190 Decode Tab This tab is to set up options for decoding scanned bar code data. Figure 3-41 Decode Window This field is to specify decode window mode by selecting one in the modes listed below. Except the Normal mode, decode range will be decided automatically for only scanning symbol at center area.
  • Page 191 Exposure/LED Tab This tab is to specify the intensity for both LEDs, Aimer and Illumination. Figure 3-42 Aimer Laser This field is to set the intensity of the Aimer to either “0” for turning off or “100” for turning on. Illumination LED This field is to set the intensity of the Illumination to either “0”...
  • Page 192 Multi Step Tab This tab is to specify a reading mode by selecting one of the radio buttons in the figure. Figure 3-43 Normal Mode This radio button selects the normal read mode. Multi Step Mode This radio button selects the multi-step read mode which continuously reads multiple symbols until when the Trigger key is released.
  • Page 193 System Tab This tab is to set a period of time for the APO (Automatic Power OFF) function to activate and “Enable” or “Disable” for turning on the power on the terminal with the Trigger key. Figure 3-44 Scanner APO This filed is to set a period of time in the range of 0 to 1800 (in second) for the APO function to activate.
  • Page 194 IMGRead Tab This tab is for setting the parameters for “ I mage Scanner Read”. Figure 3-45 Timeout This field is to set a time period for the Timeout to activate in scanning operation. Scanning terminates either when the Trigger key is released or when the time period in milliseconds set in this field elapses.
  • Page 195 About Tab This tab displays current version information of the imager setting tool. Figure 3-46...
  • Page 196 3.19 Managed Programs This applet is used for displaying the information about programs installed by your system administrator. Figure 3-47...
  • Page 197 3.20 Memory This applet is used to view the usage of main memory and storage card memory. Main Tab Figure 3-48 The amount of memory allocated to file and data storage versus program storage is displayed, as well as the amount of memory in use versus the available memory. Storage Card Tab Figure 3-49 You can see how much memory is available on a storage card that is inserted into your terminal.
  • Page 198 3.21 Power This applet is used to view the status of batteries and set power management options. Battery Tab Figure 3-50 This tab provides information about status of operation battery (lithium-ion battery pack) and backup battery. Advanced Tab Figure 3-51 To conserve battery power, select the checkbox for condition that you want the terminal to turn off its power automatically if no access to the terminal is made during the selected time period in the pull-down menu located on the right side of the checkbox.
  • Page 199 3.22 Regional Settings This applet is for setting display method and format of your regional items such as numeric value, currency, date, and time. Region Tab This tab is for selecting your language and regional items. The items you select determine which options are selected by default on the other tabs.
  • Page 200 Currency Tab This tab is for setting display format of currency. Figure 3-54 Time Tab This tab is for setting display format of time. Figure 3-55...
  • Page 201 Date Tab This tab is for setting display format of date. Figure 3-56...
  • Page 202 3.23 Remove Programs This applet is used to display all programs installed in the terminal and delete them. To remove a program, highlight the program in the field (see Figure 3.57) you want to remove, and tap Remove button. Figure 3-57 Note: Programs burnt in the ROM in the terminal cannot be deleted.
  • Page 203 3.24 Scanner Setting This applet is to change the settings for the integrated Laser Scanner (model dependant). For detail about each parameter, refer to Chapter 2 .2 “ L aser Scanner”. Read barcode Tab This tab is for specifying bar code symbologies to scan. Multiple bar code symbologies can be specified.
  • Page 204 Read operation and Read operation 2 Tabs These tabs are to set the following parameters related to scanning bar code symbologies. Choose a mode you wish to set in each pull-down menu. Options of read mode in Read operation Tab (see Figure 3.60) •...
  • Page 205 Notification Tab This tab is to set up notification method selecting one of the methods listed below. The notification is issued when scanning a bar code is complete. Lights up the LED. Sounds the buzzer. Figure 3-62 Scanning Key Tab This tab is to set up “Enable”...
  • Page 206 Others Tab Figure 3-64 Calibration Button This button displays the OBR calibration screen to set up the calibration of laser beam swing angle. Follow the guidance appeared on the screen to complete the calibration. The swing angle has been set at the factory prior to shipment. Only if it is almost certain that the swing angle is not right, adjust it in this mode.
  • Page 207 3.25 Screen This applet is for changing the screen orientation, aligning the screen, and adjusting the text size. General Tab This tab is for changing the screen orientation and aligning the screen. To change the screen orientation, tap one of the Orientation radio buttons. To realign the touch screen, tap Align Screen button and follow the instruction appeared.
  • Page 208 Text Size Tab This tab is to adjust the text size. Figure 3-68 To adjust the text size, move the slider right or left to increase or decrease the text size.
  • Page 209 3.26 Task Manager This applet is used to view running tasks, switch tasks, and stop tasks. Figure 3-69 To switch to selected program, tap the program that you want to use and navigate to Menu → Switch To. To stop running program, tap the program that you want to stop and tap End Task. To stop all running programs, navigate to Menu →...
  • Page 210 3.27 USB Connection This applet displays connection establishment with PC or other device in USB mode. It is also used to change the connection related parameter settings. Status Tab Figure 3-70 Figure 3-71 Can be connected to PC message appears in the tab (see Figure 3.70) when the terminal is connected to PC in USB Client mode (USB Function mode).
  • Page 211 Connect Utility Tab Figure 3-72 Windows Mobile Device Center/ActiveSync Set this radio button effect to establish connection in Windows Mobile Device Center (or ActiveSync) between the terminal and PC via the USB connection. The radio button has been set effect by default. LMWIN/FLCE Set this radio button effect to establish connection in LMWIN (or FLCE) between the terminal and PC via the USB connection.
  • Page 212 3.28 Version Info This applet is used to display each version number of the OS, boot section, loader, and service pack integrated in the terminal. Figure 3-73...
  • Page 213 3.29 Windows Update This applet is used to keep the integrated operating system up to date. Figure 3-74...
  • Page 214 3.30 Beam This applet is for enabling to receive all incoming IrDA and Bluetooth beams. Figure 3-75 To enable you to receive all incoming beams, check the Receive all incoming beams checkbox. Note: To conserve battery power, make the Receive all incoming beams effect only for a period you are receiving beamed files.
  • Page 215 3.31 Connections This applet is for setting up multiple network connections. Tasks Tab Figure 3-76 To establish connection in GPRS, refer to “ W AN Settings”. Advanced Tab Figure 3-77...
  • Page 216 3.32 Domain Enrollment This applet is used to enroll the terminal to your company network. Figure 3-78...
  • Page 217 3.33 Network Cards This applet is used to configure network adapters. Figure 3-79 The installed network adapter drivers are listed here. Tap the adapter that you want to configure. Note: In some cases, this applet is displayed as the “Network Adapter” tab of the “ W ireless Configuration”...
  • Page 218 3.34 USB to PC This applet is for enabling advanced network functionality. Figure 3-80 To troubleshoot an ActiveSync cable connection, select Enable advanced network functionality checkbox.
  • Page 219 When you execute reset operation, this checkbox will be unchecked if you have checked before this checkbox. Before execute WAN detail setting, you must check "CASIO WAN Management" checkbox setting and press "Apply" button. After that you can set WAN detail setting.
  • Page 220 Security Tab This tab provides the following functions according to the current SIM lock mode (unlock mode, PIN input standby mode or PUK input standby mode). SIM “Enable” or “Disable” setting is carried out in the Unlock mode. It is also possible to change the PIN code.
  • Page 221 The SIM status can be changed to “Lock” by entering the correct PIN code in the PIN input standby mode. Figure 3-83 State The current SIM lock status is shown as “PIN”. Enter PINCODE Input the PIN code to change the lock status to “UnLock”. PIN Counter This displays the PIN code entry count for the current status.
  • Page 222 A new PIN code can be set by entering the correct PUK code in the PUK input standby mode. The PIN code must be entered twice for a new PIN code to be set. Figure 3-84 State The current SIM lock status is shown as “PUK”. Enter PUKCODE Input the PUK code to reset the PIN code.
  • Page 223 Identification Tab This tab displays the following identification data for the WAN module and the SIM card. Figure 3-85 Vendor This displays the name of the WAN module manufacturer. Module This displays the model number of the WAN module. Revision This displays the GSM/GPRS module revision number.
  • Page 224 Operator Tab This tab enables the method of connecting the terminal with the operator (automatic connection, manual connection or adapt mode) to be set. The display screen changes depending on the present connection method setting. If the current Connect mode is set to Auto, the connection mode can be set. Figure 3-86 Connect mode Choose the method for connecting the terminal with the operator in the pull-down menu.
  • Page 225 If the connection method is set to manual connection or adapt mode, seeking is performed to locate connectable operators and the results are listed. The operators to be connected can then be selected from this list. Alternatively, a connection can be established with an operator by directly inputting their operator ID.
  • Page 226 Status Tab This tab displays the following information on the signal strength, operator connection and network. Figure 3-88 Current This indicates the current received signal strength. Name This displays the name of the operator who is currently connected. This displays the ID of the operator who is currently connected. Status This displays one of the current statuses for the WAN module.
  • Page 227 Network Entry Tab This tab is for setting the Access Point Name of the service provider. Entry Input a connection name. Service Provider(APN) Input the Access Point Name from the service provider. Apply Button This button applies the settings entered in this tab. For use of this tab in detail, refer to E stablishing GPRS Connection.
  • Page 228 Step 1: Configure the WAN power to ON using the WAN Settings tool 1. Navigate to Start → Settings → Connections tab and then double tap WAN Setting icon. WAN Setting screen shown below appears. Figure 3-89 2. Check CASIO WAN Power checkbox and tap Apply button.
  • Page 229 Step 2: Set the SIM lock disable using the WAN Settings tool 1. Dismount the check from the Enable SIM Lock. If the SIM lock mode is set effect, reset the PIN lock by inputting the correct PIN code in Security tab. The SIM lock mode is reset. 2.
  • Page 230 Step 3: Choose the operator using the WAN Settings tool 1. Choose your suitable operator in Connect mode field (see F igure 3.92) to establish connection with the terminal by enumerating in Operator tab. Auto mode: The Auto mode is to establish connection with an operator by referring to the operator list saved in the SIM card.
  • Page 231 Adaptive mode: Choose Adapt in Connection mode pull-down menu. Follow the setting procedure detailed in the Manual mode to choose your operator. With this Adaptive mode, if you fail to establish connection, the connection mode is automatically changed to the Auto mode. Figure 3-94 Step 4: Create a new connection using the WAN Settings tool 1.
  • Page 232 Step 5: Edit the connection settings using the Connections tool. 1. Navigate to Start → Settings → Connections tab and then double tap Connections icon. Figure 3-96 2. Under My Network, tap Manage existing connections. The connection name specified in step 4 appears.
  • Page 233 4. Tap Next. The screen shown below appears. Figure 3-99 5. Tap Next. The screen shown below appears. Figure 3-100 6. Specify User name, Password, and Domain if required by the service provider. 7. Tap Advanced button. The screen shown below appears. Figure 3-101...
  • Page 234 8. Check Use specific IP address checkbox and set IP address if required by the service provider. 9. Tap Servers tab. The screen shown below appears. Figure 3-102 10. Check Use specific server address checkbox and set IP addresses if required by the service provider.
  • Page 235 3. Tap and hold the connection name until a popup menu appears. Select Connect. Figure 3-104 4. When the connection is established, the icon in the title bar changes to the icon. To confirm the status of the connection, tap the icon.
  • Page 236 3.36 Wireless Manager This applet is for enabling, disabling, and configuring all the wireless capabilities. Figure 3-106...
  • Page 237 3.37 Wireless Configuration This applet is used to configure wireless networks. Wireless Tab Figure 3-107 Network Adapters Tab This tab is used to configure network adapters. Figure 3-108 Note: In some cases, this tab appears as the “ N etwork Cards” applet.
  • Page 238 3.38 WLAN Power This applet is to set up the settings for power to the integrated WLAN module and to display the detected status of the power. Figure 3-109 WLAN Power Enable Check this box to supply the power to the integrated WLAN module.
  • Page 239 3.39 WLAN Settings This applet is to set up the parameters for WLAN configuration. The WLANConfig setting tool starts up by displaying the WLAN settings stored in the ini file if it exists in the terminal, or the default WLAN settings if the file does not exist, and then displays IP tab.
  • Page 240 Basic Tab This tab sets up SSID and Security. Click the radio button of Authentication to set “Open” for WEP. Choose either 128 bit radio button or 64 bit radio button for Key Length. For Key Index, up to four kinds of key can be registered. Figure 3-111 Search Button This button invokes the NetSearch utility.
  • Page 241 If EAP-PEAP or EAP-TLS is selected, user name, domain validate server, and etc. can be set Figure 3-113 WLAN Tab This tab sets up the basic WLAN settings such as power to the WLAN module, power save mode, WLAN standard, and the threshold level (RSSI level) of roaming. Figure 3-114...
  • Page 242 Detail Settings Tab This tab sets up the detailed settings. It sets up whether or not to show popup window when WLAN is not connected to a network. AdHoc connection, all security settings and a comment for the configuration file (“ini” file) can also be set up. For Advance Settings and Version buttons, refer to the explanation below.
  • Page 243 Version Button This button displays version information about the application currently running. Figure 3-117 If ok button in Figure 3.117 is clicked, following “Inifile Save Options” screen appears. This screen is to save the settings you made on each tab of Basic, IP, WLAN, and Detail of the WLANConfig tool.
  • Page 244 Once an application program is launched by navigating to Start → Programs menu, the application’s operation menu is displayed to continue the process. The following are the application programs implemented in the terminal Table 4.1 Name Description CASIO T oday Default screen G ames Solitaire and Bubble Breaker A ctiveSync...
  • Page 245 M essaging Electronic mail client M essenger Windows Live Messenger M obile Camera Captures and displays static images. N etSearch Displays a list of partners via WLAN. N otes Takes a quick note. P ictures & Videos Shows digital pictures and videos. R emote Desktop Remote desktop client.
  • Page 246 4.1 Today When you turn on the terminal for the first time each day, you will see the Today screen. You can also display it by tapping the Today's icon. On the Today screen, you can see important information at a glance for the day. Figure 4-1...
  • Page 247 4.2 Games The terminal comes with two games; Solitaire and Bubble Breaker. Figure 4-2...
  • Page 248 4.3 ActiveSync This application is an ActiveSync client program for the terminal to communicate with PC. Figure 4-3...
  • Page 249 4.4 Backup Tool This tool backs up user’s data into the memory card and then restores it to deploy the backed up data in the terminal. Applicable data for backup and restoration with the tool • Files on the FlashDisk (except OS components) •...
  • Page 250 2. If you require a password to set in the screen appeared after clicking Backup now button, enter a password in Password field and then press F3 key (= Tab key) to confirm. Enter the same password in Confirm Password field and then press F2 key (= Back Tab keys). Click Yes button to complete the entering of password.
  • Page 251 Restoration Process 1. Press Restore now button. Figure 4-7 2. Enter the same password in Password field if it has been set up at a time of the backup process and click Yes button. Or, click No button to return to the previous screen. Figure 4-8...
  • Page 252 3. If you choose Yes button in F igure 4.8, Restore in Progress dialogue screen appears indicating the initiation of restoration. While this screen is being appeared, do not operate any key on the keyboard or on the right and left sides. Figure 4-9 4.
  • Page 253 Initiating the Tool at Command Line The following explains how to initiate the backup tool at command line. CF_Backup.exe <option> <target> [<password>] Parameters in the command line; option B: Specify the backup process. R: Specify the restoration process. In the <option> field, specify either B or R. Character of the selection to enter is not case-sensitive.
  • Page 254 Troubleshooting Table 4.2 Error messages Process Error message Cause Backup Memory backup was cancelled because no There should be a file still kept being storage card is loaded or because of insufficient opened. storage card capacity. Correct the problem and try again. An error occurred while writing the backup file Due to insufficient memory capacity, to card.
  • Page 255 4.5 Calculator The application can be used to operate nine-digit calculator. Figure 4-11...
  • Page 256 4.6 Calendar Calendar is a program that helps you manage your schedule. Appointments and meetings in the Calendar can be viewed using a variety of different formats, and you can set alarms to notify you upcoming appointment times. Figure 4-12 To create a new Appointment, navigate to Menu →...
  • Page 257 Table 4.3 Menus in the application Menu Description Switches to the Day view. Week Switches to the Day view. Month Switches to the Week view. Year Switches to the Month view. Agenda Switches to the Agenda view. Menu New Appointment Creates a new Appointment.
  • Page 258 4.7 Contacts Use Contacts to store and manage the names, addresses, phone numbers, and email addresses of friends, co-workers, customers, etc. Figure 4-13 To create a new Contact, tap New. To find a contact, do one of the following: • Begin entering a name in the provided text box until the contact you want is displayed. •...
  • Page 259 4.8 Copy Devices This application copies various settings and applications installed in one terminal (master terminal) to another (child terminals). Contents to Be Copied Table 4.5 Objective Content Remarks FlashDisk All files (except OS components) in the FlashDisk. Note: To make the master terminal and child terminals both in the mirror state, the content in FlashDisk must be reset prior to performing Copy Devices.
  • Page 260 2. The following screen appears while the master terminal is transmitting data. Figure 4-15 On Child Terminals 1. To receive data from the master terminal, click Receive Start button on each child terminal (if multiple terminals are to receive the same data.). Figure 4-16...
  • Page 261 2. On the child terminal, the following screen appears while the child terminal is receiving data. Figure 4-17...
  • Page 262 4.9 File Explorer This application is a file management program. It can copy files, transmit files, delete files, create folders and delete folders. Figure 4-18 Table 4.6 Menus in the application Menu Description Opens the parent folder. Menu Go To My Documents Opens the My Documents folder.
  • Page 263 4.10 FLCE This application enables the terminal to communicate with a PC with the LMWIN utility being running. The communication between the terminal and the PC is established via cradle. Input Command Line Screen Figure 4-19 Screen During Transmission While the communication continues, the following screen will appear. Refer to LMWIN Utility Manual available separately for detail of the operation.
  • Page 264 4.11 Getting Started This application displays shortcut menus for setting up the terminal. Figure 4-21...
  • Page 265 4.12 GPS Information This application is for Windows Mobile Professional version. This application displays the positioning information and satellite information retrieved by the GPS module integrated in the terminal (model dependant). GPS module power is related with phone function, therefore when you use this GPS Information, please check Phone power condition in Wireless Manager is On status.
  • Page 266 Selection ”Auto” is displayed if the power to the GPS module is on. FixType This displays the reliability of the positioning data. Either “3D”, “2D” or “-” is shown which means either three or two-dimensional positioning or that positioning is not possible. Received This displays the time of the most recent GPS positioning.
  • Page 267 In the Check mode, the satellite position is displayed as a white circle containing the satellite’s number. When the Check mode is turned off, the satellite position is not displayed. Disp Heading Arrow The traveling direction is displayed as a red arrow in the Check mode. When the Check mode is turned off, the red arrow is not displayed.
  • Page 268 Item Operation Select A-GPS operation mode. • Stand alone : Without A-GPS GPS Fix Mode • MS-Based : MS-Based mode • MS-Assisted : MS-Assisted mode Select A-GPS execution method. • Control Plane : Control Plane mode • User Plane A-GPS Mode : User Plane mode Note : When you select “MS-Based”...
  • Page 269 4.13 Image Scanner Demo This application demonstrates the performances of reading 1D and 2D symbologies with the integrated CMOS Imager (model dependant). The application consists of four menus; - Single Decode - Multi Decode - Image Capture - Sign Capture Single Decode This mode reads a single bar code symbol every time one of the Trigger keys is pressed and then displays scanned bar code, symbology name and the no.
  • Page 270 Image Capture This mode captures an image through the CMOS Imager. Pressing the Trigger key first time displays preview of image and then capture the image when the key is pressed second time to save it in JPEG format in a storage area which is indicated at the lower part of the screen. Figure 4-30 Sign Capture This mode reads bar code symbol and captures signature both located in the same vicinity and...
  • Page 271 4.14 Image Scanner Read After scanning 1D bar code symbol or 2D code symbol with the integrated Imager, a result of the scanning is output to application. The output method as well as other relevant parameters for scanning can be determined by the settings made in “ I mager Setting”.
  • Page 272 4.15 Internet Explorer This application displays web pages on the Internet and Intranet. Figure 4-33 Table 4.7 Menus in the application Menu Description Favorites Displays the Favorites menu. Menu Favorites Displays the Favorites menu. Add to Favorites Adds the current page to the Favorites menu. Go to Web Address Focuses on the Address Bar.
  • Page 273 4.16 Internet Sharing This application enables your PC to use the terminal as a modem for connecting to the Internet. Figure 4-34 If your terminal has a data connection plan, your PC can use the terminal to connect to the Internet.
  • Page 274 4.17 Laser Scanner Demo This application demonstrates the following scanning functions. • Automatic permission of setting readable bar code symbologies • Scanning bar codes using Trigger key. • Displaying scanning results. Figure 4-35 Codes appeared in the BarCode Type field (see F igure 4.31) refer to the respective symbologies listed in the table below.
  • Page 275 4.18 Laser Scanner Read After scanning a bar code with the integrated Laser Scanner (model dependant), a result of the scanning is output. The output method for the scanning result is defined by the settings made in “ S canner Setting”. Operation Procedures 1.
  • Page 276 4.19 Messaging This application sends and receives electronic mail that supports the POP3 or IMAP4. Figure 4-37 To set up a new account, see “ S etting Up e-mail Account”.
  • Page 277 Message List Screen Figure 4-38 Table 4.9 Menus in the Message List Screen Menu Description Delete Deletes the selected message. Menu Creates a new message. Reply Reply Replies to the selected message. Reply All Replies to sender and CC'ed recipients of the selected message. Forward Forwards the selected message.
  • Page 278 Viewing Screen Figure 4-39 Table 4.10 Menus in the Viewing Screen Menu Description Reply Replies to the message. Menu Delete Deletes the message. Reply Reply Replies to the message. Reply All Replies to sender and CC'ed recipients of the message. Forward Forwards the message.
  • Page 279 Writing Screen Figure 4-40 Table 4.11 Menus in the Writing Screen Menu Description Send Sends the message. Menu Add Recipient ... Adds another contacts to recipient. Check Names Searches for name stored in Contacts. Insert Picture Inserts a picture into the message as attachment. Voice Note Inserts a voice mail into the message as attachment.
  • Page 280 Setting Up e-mail Account To set up an e-mail account, follow the steps below. 1. Navigate to Setup E-mail or navigate to Menu → Tool → New Account. The screen shown below appears. Figure 4-41 2. Enter your E-mail address and Password. 3.
  • Page 281 6. When Auto configuration has finished, tap Next. The screen shown below appears. Figure 4-43 7. Enter Your name (the name you want displayed when you send e-mail) and Account display name that displays in Messaging. 8. Tap Next. The screen shown below appears. Figure 4-44 9.
  • Page 282 If Auto configuration is unsuccessful or if you have an account you access using a VPN server connection, contact your ISP or network administrator for the following information and enter it manually: Table 4.12 Setting Description User name Enter the user name assigned to you by your ISP or network administrator. This is often the first part of your e-mail address, which appears before the at sign (@).
  • Page 283 4.20 Messenger You can use Windows Live Messenger on the terminal to chat with friends or co-workers. You must have a Windows Live ID and password to use this service. Figure 4-45...
  • Page 284 4.21 Mobile Camera This application captures static images. Figure 4-46 Portrait Screen Figure 4-47 Landscape Screen The orientation of static image is depending on the screen orientation of the terminal. See “ S creen” settings. Table 4.13 Buttons of the Toolbar at top Button Description Brightness Setting...
  • Page 285 Table 4.15 Buttons of the Toolbar at right Button Description Trapezoidal Correction Changes the trapezoidal correction to “Correct” or “Don’t correct”. Size Chooses a capture size from “UXGA”, “QUADVG”, “XGA”, “SVGA”, “VGA” and “1/4VGA”. Image quality Chooses an image quality from “Bitmap”, “Fine”, “Normal” and “Economy”.
  • Page 286 4.22 NetSearch This application displays a list of partner stations communicable with the terminal via WLAN. • Partner stations on the list can be sorted in the order of field intensity, station name and channel. • Field intensity for the partner station currently being established with the terminal is displayed in green.
  • Page 287 Detail Information About Partner Station The screen displays the following detail about the partner station. SSID WLAN standard No. of channels operable Intensity (%) Encryption MAC address Status IP address Physical address Navigate to Start → Programs → Communication → NetSearch icon to initiate the screen. Figure 4-49...
  • Page 288 Detail Button This button displays the log of IP in detail. Figure 4-50 Ping(U4U) Button This button (see F igure 4.45) displays the PingUtility screen. Figure 4-51...
  • Page 289 Signal(U5U) Button This button (see F igure 4.45) displays the signal strength in dBm and with a yellow straight line that also indicates the signal strength in percent for the operator to judge if the signal in air is ample enough to continue WLAN operation Figure 4-52 Options Screen Navigate to Start →...
  • Page 290 4.23 Notes This application enables you to jot a quick note. Figure 4-54 To create a new note, tap New. To edit an existing note, tap the file name. Table 4.17 Menus in the List view Menu Description Creates a new note. Menu View Recording Toolbar Shows or hides Recording Toolbar.
  • Page 291 Editing Screen Figure 4-56 Table 4.18 Menus in the Editing Screen Menu Description Creates a new note. Menu View Recording Toolbar Shows or hides Recording Toolbar. Draw Turns Draw mode on or off. Undo Undoes the last action. Redo Redoes the last Undo command. Cuts the selected items in the current note.
  • Page 292 4.24 Pictures & Videos This application enables you to view and share digital pictures and videos. Figure 4-57 To view picture and video clips, tap the respective clips. To take a photo, do one of the following: • Tap Camera icon. •...
  • Page 293 Table 4.19 Menus in the List view Menu Description Camera Initiates “ M obile Camera” application. View Displays the selected picture. Menu Camera Initiates “ M obile Camera” application. Send ... Creates a new e-mail message with the selected file attached. Beam ...
  • Page 294 Viewing Screen Figure 4-58 To edit the picture, navigate to Menu → Edit. Table 4.20 Menus in the Viewing Screen Menu Description Send Creates a new e-mail message with the picture attached. Menu Zoom Opens the sub window for zooming the picture. Play Slide Show Plays pictures as slide show.
  • Page 295 Editing Screen Figure 4-59 Table 4.21 Menus in the Editing Screen Menu Description Rotate Flips the picture 90 degree. Menu Crop Crops the picture by drawing a box. Auto Correct Adjusts the brightness and contrast levels of the picture. Undo Undoes the last action.
  • Page 296 4.25 Remote Desktop Mobile This application is the RDP6.0 based remote desktop client. Figure 4-60 The following is the procedure. 1. Perform the following. • In Computer, enter the name of the computer to which you want to connect. • Enter your User name and Password. •...
  • Page 297 4.26 Search The application can search for files and other items stored in the terminal in the My Documents folder or in a storage card. Figure 4-61 To search for a file or an item, follow the steps below. 1. Enter the file name, word, or other information you want to Search for field. 2.
  • Page 298 4.27 Task Manager This application is used to view running tasks, switch tasks, and stop tasks. See Chapter 3 .26 “ T ask Manager” for detail.
  • Page 299 4.28 Tasks This application lets you keep track of jobs and tasks you need to do. Figure 4-62 To create a new Appointment, tap Tap here to add a new task or navigate to Menu → New Task. Table 4.22 Menus in the application Menu Description Complete...
  • Page 300 4.29 Windows Live You can use Windows Live on the terminal to find information on the web. You must have a Windows Live ID and password to use this service. Figure 4-63...
  • Page 301 4.30 Windows Media The terminal includes Windows Media Player Mobile, a program that plays music and videos. It can play media files that are stored on the terminal as well as songs and videos that you stream from the Internet. The media player also plays streaming TV, if this service is available from your provider.
  • Page 302 Playing Screen Figure 4-65 Table 4.24 Menus in the Play Screen Menu Description Now Playing Switches to Now Playing Screen. Menu Library Switches to Library view. Play/Pause Starts or pauses the playing of a file. Stop Ends the playing of a file. Shuffle/Repeat Shuffle Plays the playlist randomly.
  • Page 303 Now Playing Screen Figure 4-66 Table 4.25 Menus in the Now Playing Screen Menu Description Play Plays the selected file. Menu Library Switches to Library view. Move Up Moves the selected file up in the playlist. Move Down Moves the selected file down in the playlist. Remove from Playlist Removes the selected file from the playlist.
  • Page 304 4.31 LogViewer 4.31.1 Overview The Logging Tool is a tool that the SE uses to analyze causes when a fault occurs. It can be used to view the following logs on the terminal. • Execution logs The logs output by the application are called execution logs. Use the log output function to output execution logs.
  • Page 305 Output log information The output log information is tabulated below. System logs Execution Item Contents logs Date and time Date and time of log output ○ ○ generated ○ ○ 2 Host name Host name In system logs, this is the name of the terminal owner.
  • Page 306 System Log Collection System log collection is the function that collects logs that the system outputs to log memory, at regular intervals. Start Under the initial settings, a shortcut for System Log Collection (MoLogSys.exe) is registered in the Startup group (Log.lnk). It starts when the terminal is reset. Stop Run \Windows\MoLogStop.exe to stop system log collection.
  • Page 307 4.31.2 Terminal Log Viewer The Terminal Log Viewer has the following functions. Functions Overview Subject range Specify the time range for which to display logging files. specification Display condition Specify the range, in terms of other conditions, for which to display specification logging files.
  • Page 308 Displayed logs The following logs are displayed on each screen. Item Display condition List Details Remarks setting - △ ○ Date generated - ○ ○ Time generated Process ID Group ID ○ ○ ○ Event type Host name Terminal name ○...
  • Page 309 Display Range Settings screen Use the Display Range Settings screen to specify the range of logs on the terminal to be loaded. Item Contents Today Only display today’s logs. Yesterday Only display yesterday’s logs. Display all logs on the terminal. Period Specify the period for display.
  • Page 310 List screen The List screen displays logs in a list format. Item Contents Period Display the Display Range Settings screen and reload logs according to the conditions if the settings have changed. Filter Display the Display Conditions Settings screen and reload logs according to the specified conditions if the condition settings have changed.* Export...
  • Page 311 conditions. No set conditions: "Filter" Conditions have been set: "Change" The display specification for the list area is as shown below. Item Contents Time header Sort the displayed logs by date and time generated, in ascending or descending order. Class header Sort the displayed logs by Class, in ascending or descending order.
  • Page 312 Display Condition Settings screen Use the Display Condition Settings screen to specify which of the loaded logs to display. Item Contents Execution Specify display of execution logs. logs On: Display Off: Do not display System logs Specify display of system logs. On: Display Off: Do not display Event Class...
  • Page 313 Log File Export screen Use the Log File Output screen to move or copy log files to the specified folder. Item Contents Export destination Specify the destination folder for copying or moving logs. folder Folder Selection Display the Folder Selection screen and set the selection result button as the output destination folder.
  • Page 314 Folder Selection screen Use the Folder Selection screen to select the folder from which to copy or move log files. Item Contents Selected path Displays the path to the currently-displayed folder. Folder list Displays items for moving to higher-level folders and a list of folders existing at the current path.
  • Page 315 Details screen Opens a details screen for the the log selected in the list, and displays detailed information. Item Contents Date and time Displays the generation time of the displayed log, in the format generated YYYY/MM/DD HH:MM:SS. Event Class Displays the event class of the logs on display clearly, in color and text.
  • Page 316 Version Displays the version of the displayed log. Message Displays messages for the displayed log. User identifier Displays the user identifier for the displayed log, if one has been set. User-defined If there is any user-defined data for the displayed log, it is displayed Data with commas as separators.
  • Page 317 4.31.3 Customization Terminal operation settings file To customize, create the ini file below and reboot the terminal. Item Contents Placement \FlashDisk\System Settings location File name MoLog. ini Name Contents Default Logging section Mode Collection operation 0=Not processed 1=Offline FileLimitSize File size (bytes) 40KB LogCapacity File size waiting for...
  • Page 318 The utilities listed in the table below are mainly used as a co-process or auxiliary program in user applications. Table 5.1 Utility Description CASIO FCHKCE Confirms a result of data upload/download. Auto Setup Carries out automatically application at time of reset on the terminal.
  • Page 319 Location of applications to be automatically set up with this utility is CE\ARM folder of the FlashDisk. Customizing in the Registry Performances of the “Auto Setup” can be automatically customized by changing the parameters in the following registry. [HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\Drivers\CASIO\UTIL] Table 5.2 Setting Value Description FLSETUP sz: “1”...
  • Page 320 5.3 TextEditor This utility can display and edit text files such as log files and ini files. Figure 5-1 Table 5.3 Menus in the application Menu Description File Creates new text. Open … Displays existing document file. Save Saves document file by overwritten. Save As …...
  • Page 321 5.4 CT Client This utility performs status checking in the WLAN communication together with PC based server. Note: Refer to the “WLAN Survey Tool” manual for detail.
  • Page 322 5.5 DSKClean This utility formats the user disk and initializes RAM to the factory condition, and reloads OS again from OS disk. This procedure is called User Disk Clean. See “ R eset” for detail. Starting Up the User Disk Clean 1.
  • Page 323 3. The screen below appears, and then approximately 5 seconds later formatting the user disk and initializing RAM will automatically start. Figure 5-4 4. After formatting the user disk and initializing RAM are complete, the terminal suspends and then automatically reloads the OS from the OS disk.
  • Page 324 6. PC Application Programs The following are applications run on the host PC which is linked to the terminal via cradle. Table 6.1 Application Description CASIO ActiveSync Carries out data link with the terminal. Windows Mobile Carries out data link with the terminal.
  • Page 325 6.3 LMWIN This utility interoperates with the FLCE installed in the terminal to perform data upload and download. It is an option available separately. See LMWIN Utility manual for detail. 6.4 FCHK This utility checks and confirms results of data upload/download. See LMWIN Utility manual for detail.