User’s Guide Guía del usuario Bedienungsanleitung Mode d’emploi • Congratulations upon your selection of the CASIO IT-2000 Data Collector. • Be sure to familiarize yourself with the basic operations described in this manual before actually trying to operate the Data Collector.
• Information in this manual is subject to change without notice. • CASIO shall have neither liability nor responsibility to any person or entity with respect to any loss or damages arising from the information contained in this book. • This manual does not provide information about programming and downloading. See other manuals coming with IT-2000 for information about these subjects.
To load a memory card into the Data Collector ... E-36 To remove a card from the Data Collector ... E-37 Operating Precautions ... E-38 Notice ... E-39 CASIO ELECTRONICS CO., LTD. Unit 6, 1000 North Circular Road London NW2 7JD, U.K.
Introduction In order to maintain and use the Data Collector, keep in mind these precautions. Precautions • This product is made of precision parts so do not try to disassemble by yourself. • Do not expose the Data Collector to excessive heat or cold.
Collector must not come in contact with chemicals and gasoline. • Do not place heavy objects on the Data Collector. Important! CASIO does not accept any responsibility for possible data loss caused during, or connected with, usage of the Data Collector.
IT-2000 Series System Configuration Accessories • Lithium ion Battery Pack • Backup Lithium Battery • Stylus Placed to the right side of the Data Collector • Neck Strap • Manual...
Options Optical Communication Unit IT-2060IOE AC adaptor for Optical Communication Unit DT-825ADP-G DT-825ADP-U PC Cards DT-635MC (SRAM 256KB) DT-636MC (SRAM 512KB) DT-637MC (SRAM 1MB) DT-638MC (SRAM 2MB) DT-9031BFMC (FROM 4MB) DT-9032BFMC (FROM 6MB) DT-9033BFMC (FROM 10MB) DT-9034BFMC (FROM 20MB) Charger DT-9021CHGE DT-9020ADP-G DT-9020ADP-U...
General Guide Left Charger connector Charge indicator Buzzer Light sensor LCD/Touch panel Key pad Power switch RS-232C Interface Connector Stylus Infrared interface Front For connection of the charger to charge the lithium ion battery pack. Protected by a cover that must be opened for connection. Stays lit while the lithium ion battery pack is being charged, and goes out after charging is complete.
Bottom PC card lock button (inside PC card slot cover) PC card eject button (inside PC card slot cover) PC card slot cover Neck strap bars Charger connectors Backup battery compartment Open button Lithium ion battery pack compartment Initialize button 14-pin serial interface connector Note!
Installing and Removing Batteries Your Data Collector is powered by a rechargeable lithium ion battery pack and a lithium backup battery. Main power supply See page E-19 for details on how to recharge the battery pack. To install the battery pack Slide the battery pack compartment open button in the direction indicated by the arrow in the illustration, and open the cover.
To remove the battery pack Always make sure that Data Collector power is turned off before removing the battery pack. Also, never remove the backup batteries while the battery pack is removed. Doing so will cause all memory contents to be deleted. Slide the battery pack compartment open button in the direction indicated by the arrow in the illustration, and open the cover.
Installing and Removing Batteries Backup batteries The backup batteries protect the units memory contents whenever power from the main battery pack is interrupted due to replacement of the battery pack, when the battery pack is dead, etc. Two lithium batteries are used for backup. The #2 backup battery is installed in the Data Collector prior to shipment, but you must install the #1 backup battery that comes with the Data Collector before using it for the first time.
Wipe the surface of the lithium battery you will install with a soft, dry cloth. Load the battery into the Data Collector so that its positive (+) side faces up (so you can see it). Insert the tabs of the backup battery holder into the slots provided, and secure it in place with its screw.
Position of the Keys IT-2000 key part consist of 16 keys, including the power key. Position of stroke keys Function key Number keys, decimal key, minus (–) key Power key Clear key Execution key E-14 Used for setting various program functions. Combined with one or two of the ten keys (0 to 9).
Touch key panel The touch panel appears on the Data Collector’s LCD. Be sure to use only your finger or the stylus that comes with the Data Collector to operate the touch panel. Using the touch panel stylus The touch panel stylus is attached to the right side of the Data Collector.
Position of the Keys Parts and functions of the touch panel Ctrl Shift Ext1 Ext2 — ” – Ctrl Ext1 Ext2 Shift Important! The touch panel is supplied as a library for developing application programs. Before you use it, you need to link the library using an application program.
Key display area patterns You can change from the basic key pattern into the following patterns for character input. Pattern 1: Main mode Ctrl Shift Ext1 Ext2 ’ ˆ — < > ” – Pattern 4: Extended 1 mode Main Ext2 You can set up a program to alter the contents of Extended 1 and Extended 2.
System Initialization Routine The system initialization routine is performed when you turn on the Data Collector for the first time after purchasing it and whenever you press the Initialize button. The following is the operational flow for the system initialization routine. Press the power switch.
Charging the Battery Pack The lithium ion battery pack is the Data Collector’s main power supply that provides power for normal operations and memory backup. This means it is important to recharge or replace the battery pack as soon as possible after the low battery message appears on the LCD. Battery pack charging can be performed using any of the following options: DT-9021CHGE Single Charger, DT-9020ADP-G/DT-9020ADP-U Charger.
Charging the Battery Pack To charge battery packs using the Charger Press the Data Collector’s Power switch to turn off power. Plug the charger into an electrical outlet, and then attach the charger to charger connector on the side of the Data Collector. The Data Collector’s charge indicator lights to indicate that the charge operation is being performed.
Attaching the Neck Strap Length adjustment Neck strap Hooks To attach the neck strap Pulling back on the spring latches on the neck strap hooks, attach the neck strap to the Data Collector’s neck strap bars. Next, release the latches to secure the neck strap in place. To detach the neck strap Pulling back on the spring latches on the neck strap hooks, remove the neck strap to the Data...
Data Communication You can exchange data between two Data Collectors or between a Data Collector and a personal computer. Exchanging Data Between Two Data Collectors You can transfer applications and data to another Data Collector using the infrared interface. The illustration below shows how two Data Collectors must be oriented for data communication.
IT-2000’s Specifications CPU: 32 bit CPU RAM: 4 MB/8 MB Display: VGA interface, 4-grayscale monochrome, 384 (V) x 194 (H) dots Display contrast adjusting: auto modifying EL backlight (auto-off function, 20 - 1800 sec. in 20-second units), auto ON/OFF Input: Touch key/touch panel method 16 stroke keys (including the power key) Infrared:...
IT-2060IOE Optional Optical Communication Unit The IT-2060IOE Optional Optical Communication Unit makes it possible to quickly and easily exchange system data and file data with a personal computer. The Optical Communication Unit can also be used to charge the Data Collector’s lithium ion battery pack.
RS-232C interface connector RS-422 interface connector AC adaptor jack Connection detector Infrared interface Charge connectors System status indicator Communication status indicator Charge indicator Power indicator Power switch DIP switches For connection of an RS-232C cable to exchange system data and file data with a personal computer.
IT-2060IOE Optional Optical Communication Unit Connecting the Optical Communication Unit to a Power Source Use only the specified AC adaptor to connect the Optical Communication Unit to an electrical outlet. Be sure to connect the AC adaptor and turn on Optical Communication Unit power before attempting to perform any data communication operation with the Data Collector.
Using the Optical Communication Unit to Charge the Data Collector Battery Pack Turn on the Optical Communication Unit, and its power indicator should light up red. Mount the Data Collector onto the Optical Communication Unit making sure that their charger connectors join securely with each other.
IT-2060IOE Optional Optical Communication Unit Daisy Chaining Optical Communication Units An optional DT-888RSC 6-6 Pin Modular Cable can be used to daisy chain up to seven Optical Communication Units. In this configuration, a personal computer can exchange data with multiple Data Collectors simultaneously. Daisy Chain Configuration Connect the C-OUT terminal of the Optical Communication Unit that is closer to the host computer to the C-IN terminal of the next Optical Communication Unit.
DIP Switch Settings Data Collector - Optical Communication Unit Communication Speed 38,400bps 115,200bps Important! Other settings not shown here are used for special-purpose modes, and should not be used. Flow Control X ON/X OFF RS/CS Use Special Software ON Optical Communication Unit - Host Computer Communication speed 2,400bps 4,800bps...
IT-2060IOE Optional Optical Communication Unit IT-2060IOE Optical Communication Unit Specifications Infrared Communication Interface: Synchronization: Baud Rate: RS-232C Synchronization: Baud Rate: Transmission Protocol: Full-duplex RS-422 Synchronization: Baud Rate: Output Power Output: Power Supply Source: Consumption Current: AC Adaptor Model: Functions Operating temperature Dimensions Weight E-30...
Handling Bar-Code Reader Connect the bar-code reader to the Data Collector’s bar-code reader connector. There are two models of bar-code reader: pen scanner DT-9650BCR, touch scanner DT- 9656BCR. Connecting the bar-code reader Turn the power on the Data Collector off. Open the cover of the bar-code reader connector.
Handling Bar-Code Reader 2 Bar code scanning position Start Margin Correct Correct Wrong E-32 Stop Margin Correct Wrong Wrong Correct Wrong Wrong...
<Touch scanner> 1 Bar-code touching angle (at read resolution 0.33mm, PCS 0.9) non-contact distance (h) Angle between the bar-code and forward/backward inclined reading window ( ) The angle of inclination to the right/left ( ) Curve (R) How to hold the wand h = 0 ~ 10 mm 1 = 0 ~ 30 (front part is inclined forward) 2 = 0 ~ 30 (back part is inclined backward)
Handling Bar-Code Reader 2 Bar-code touching angle Margin Correct Wrong <Sample bar-codes> • These bar-codes are samples. E-34 Margin Correct Correct Wrong Wrong (Standard version) (Shorten version) NW-7 Wrong CODE39...
Bar Code Reader Specifications DT-9650BCR Pen Scanner Readable Codes: WPC (JAN, EAN, UPC), NW-7, CODE-39/93/128, ITF Cable Length: Approximately 100 cm Read Resolution: 0.125 mm min. (PCS value 0.85 min.) Read Angle: 90 to 45 degrees Scan Speed: 76 to 760 mm/second Operating Temperature/Humidity: –10 to 50 C (14 to 122 F)/15 to 90% RH Dimensions:...
Using PC Cards Your Data Collector supports use of a variety of PC cards (SRAM, FROM), which are available as options. SRAM and FROM cards are available in different capacities, so you can select the one that best suits your needs. To load a memory card into the Data Collector Turn off the Data Collector, turn it over, and lift up the PC card slot cover while pressing...
Important! • The PC card is not detected by the Data Collector when the PC card lock button is in the LOCK release position. Sliding the PC card lock button to the LOCK release position while the Data Collector is turned on causes power to turn off automatically.
Operating Precautions Data Collector • Never try to remove the lithium ion battery pack while the Data Collector is turned on. Doing so can cause data stored in memory to be deleted. • Sudden temperature changes can cause condensation to form on the exterior of the Data Collector’s case.
The user assumes all responsibility arising from the use of this Operating System. 5 CASIO COMPUTER CO., LTD. will in no event be liable for direct, indirect, special consequential, or incidental damages resulting from any defect, error, or omission in the...
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