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Supported Equipment Manual
For the DT-800RF Device Manufactured by Casio

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   Summary of Contents for Casio DT-800RF

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    Supported Equipment Manual For the DT-800RF Device Manufactured by Casio...

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    Copyright © 1996 - 2006 by Connect, Inc. All rights reserved. This document may not be reproduced in full or in part, in any form, without prior written permission of Connect Inc., 1701 Quincy Avenue, Suites 5 & 6, Naperville, IL 60540. Connect, Inc.

  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    Table of Contents Chapter 1 • Introduction..................... 1-1 Description………………… ..................1-1 Picture………………………...................1-2 Setup Requirements…….....................1-2 Accessories……………….....................1-2 Operating System………… ..................1-4 Chapter 2 • Terminal Setup..................2-1 Running Setup from a Download File ................2-1 Installation………………… ...................2-2 … ……… Running the Manager…… …………………………………………………… … .2-4 Quick Start…………………...

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  • Page 5: Chapter 1 • Introduction

    0.125mm. Infrared communications on this terminal allow data to be downloaded or uploaded without the need to connect any cables, thus ensuring trouble-free connection to a host system. For more information, contact www.casio.com • Supported Equipment Manual March, 2006...

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    Introduction Picture Setup Requirements Installation of PowerNet Twin Client requires, at a minimum, the following: • A Pentium-class processor • 32 MB of RAM • 10 MB of free hard disk space available • Microsoft Windows 95, 98, ME, XP, or NT/2000 operating system Accessories The following accessories are available for the DT-800RF: I/O Box...

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    Accessories AC Adaptors • DT-9020ADPG (AC adaptor (230V) for DT-820CHGE) • DT-9020ADPU (AC adaptor (120V) for DT-820CHGE) • DT-825ADP-G (AC adaptor (230V) for I/O boxes) • DT-825ADP-U (AC adaptor (120V) for I/O boxes) Cables • DT-881RSC-E: RS232C Modem cable • DT-882RSC-E: RS232C Cross cable (between DT860IO-E and PC: 25pin male) •...

  • Page 8: Operating System

    Introduction Operating System Version of the Operating System The version of the operating system on a DT-800RF terminal is 2.00. Finding the Version of the Operating System The version of operating system will appear on a terminal screen when the terminal is rebooted.

  • Page 9: Chapter 2 • Terminal Setup

    Chapter 2 • Terminal Setup Running Setup from a Download File The downloaded file is a compressed archive. After extraction using a utility such as WinZip or PKWARE, folders are created on the hard disk as shown in the following figure.

  • Page 10: Installation

    Terminal Setup Installation The InstallShield wizard runs and presents the following screen. Click on to begin the installation process. Next • March, 2006 Supported Equipment Manual...

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    Installation To change the default Destination Location, click on and select a location. Browse Then click on Next The default folder is . This default may be changed either by selecting an PowerNet existing program group or by typing in a new name at the prompt. Then click on Next.

  • Page 12: Running The Manager

    Terminal Setup a. To reboot the system immediately, click on Finish b. To reboot later, click on the option to restart the computer later, and click on Finish Running the Manager The PowerNet Twin Client Manager is the utility that manages the terminal software and configurations.

  • Page 13: Quick Start

    Quick Start Quick Start Quick Start describes how to prepare the Twin Client Manager and the Casio terminal for a Telnet session with the host. Following an initial serial download, the terminal software and configuration is managed automatically, over the wireless network.

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    The default terminal model is , and the default serial connection to the Casio DT800 cradle is through . To select a specific Casio terminal model and keypad, or to COM1 change the port assignment, click on the menu as shown.

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    Quick Start Saving the Configuration Click . Enter a name for this configuration. File Save As For the purposes of this example, the name is vt100 • Supported Equipment Manual March, 2006...

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    \Tool\Dt800\LMWIN201. Copy the LMWIN2 utility into any directory on your PC. Next, install the PowerNet Twin Client software on the Casio terminal. To do this, connect the serial load cable from a serial port on the PC to the communications port of the terminal cradle or to a Casio terminal.

  • Page 17: Configuring The Terminal For Download

    Quick Start Select from the menu bar, then select and select Execute Link Manager Start Link Manager A shortcut is to just click on the start icon. Note: To stop the download, select then , or press the key, Execute Link Manager Stop Stop the fifth icon from the left under the Download/Upload Utility menu.

  • Page 18: Terminal Settings

    The terminal download requires a serial connection between the terminal and the PC through a cradle. Connect the serial load cable from a serial port on the PC to the communications port of the terminal cradle or to a Casio terminal. In preparation for this download perform the following: •...

  • Page 19: Starting A Telnet Session

    Quick Start 3. Press the key. Clear 4. Select 1: yes. 5. Press the key to return to the system menu. Clear 6. Select 4: Transmit 4: Utility 4: Change memory size. 7. Enter and then press the key. Enter 8.

  • Page 20: Standard Setup

    Terminal Setup Standard Setup The default terminal setup is sufficient for most installations. However, to meet site- specific requirements, it may be necessary to customize terminal operation. The standard setup options simplify this process and can be modified using one of the following methods: •...

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    Standard Setup Quadrant Mode The scrolling list defines the rules by which the terminal display is positioned in the larger host display. As defined by Twin Client, quadrants are fixed position “windows” in the host display, and the terminal display is located on whatever quadrant contains the current cursor position.

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    Terminal Setup Printer Type This scrolling list selects the attached printer type. The default value is , indicating none no printer is attached. 5250 Settings Select the emulation setup by clicking on the menu and then the 5250 Settings menu, as shown below. Emulation Then click on the selection, as shown below.

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    Standard Setup Quadrant Mode The scrolling list defines the rules by which the terminal display is positioned in the larger host display. As defined by Twin Client, quadrants are fixed position “windows” in the host display, and the terminal display is located on whatever quadrant contains the current cursor position.

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    Terminal Setup Printer Type This scrolling list selects the attached printer type. The default value is , indicating none no printer is attached. 3270 Settings Select the emulation setup by clicking on the menu and then the 3270 Settings menu, as shown below. Emulation Then click on the selection, as shown below.

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    Standard Setup Quadrant Mode The scrolling list defines the rules by which the terminal display is positioned in the larger host display. As defined by Twin Client, quadrants are fixed position “windows” in the host display, and the terminal display is located on whatever quadrant contains the current cursor position.

  • Page 26: Terminal Setup Using Twin Client Menus

    Terminal Setup Printer Type This scrolling list selects the attached printer type. The default value is , indicating none no printer is attached. Terminal Setup Using Twin Client Menus The Twin Client terminal software provides an internal menu system for configuring certain parameters on the terminal and for switching between “server”...

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    Standard Setup Host 0 IP 206.183.67.155 Port 23__ <F3> Save <F7> Quit Press to save the configurations. Edit License Key The client software can be authorized automatically, as described in the next section, Authorizing PowerNet. This menu option permits authorization of each terminal manually.

  • Page 28: Authorizing Powernet

    Terminal Setup Authorizing PowerNet Each PowerNet Twin Client will run for 30 minutes at a time without authorization. Uninterrupted operation for a production environment is the result of authorizing the software. Authorization codes are obtained from the Connect Website at on the Partner Services page.

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    Standard Setup Enter the additional license’s authorization code and click on OK. Use the machine ID in the pop-up box instead of the original machine ID to get your authorization code. If adding users, click on the Add Licenses button before generating the authorization code to get the most current machine ID.

  • Page 30: Software Management

    Terminal Setup Software Management In addition to providing functions for the download of files to the terminal via the traditional serial connection, the Twin Client Manager also provides for the management of terminal software and configurations automatically over the wireless network. This section entitled Software Management describes the automated capability in detail.

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    Software Management Synchronizing Configuration Files Click to put a check in the Synchronize Configuration Files box to enable automatic synchronization of configuration files on the terminal. When the terminal is command booted, its configuration files will be compared with the most recent on the PC. The terminal is updated automatically if it does not have the latest revision.

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    Terminal Setup Creating New Groups New groups, with different configurations, can be created by clicking on Terminal , and then clicking the right mouse button as shown. Group Manager After the new group has been created, the group settings option becomes available for change, as shown below.

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    Software Management Setting the Segment Checking the button restricts a terminal group to a range of IP addresses. The Segment IP Address can be any valid address on the segment, as it is used only to identify the segment. The setting of the Net Mask can be used to restrict the range. This feature is useful for segregating terminal groups by location.

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    Terminal Setup Any group can be made the default group by clicking on the group, and then clicking on the right mouse button. Then click on the option. Make Default Reassigning Terminals After a terminal has been configured and assigned to the default group, it can be reassigned to a new group by clicking on the terminal icon as shown below.

  • Page 35: Chapter 3 • Keypad Configuration

    Chapter 3 • Keypad Configuration Keypad Figures Casio DT-800RF 5250 reset LOCK newline numbovr redraw refresh insert stat nullend F24F F1 help F2 print FF3 fm F21F1 clear fexit sreq attn fld- roll↑ fld+ roll↓ vw← home vw→ vw↑ top vw↓...

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    Keypad Configuration Casio DT-800RF, 3270 LOCK pa1 F1 help F2 print clear sreq attn fld- fld+ vw← home vw→ vw↑ vw↓ Left Func Right keytop Left + Right + Func Func • March, 2006 Supported Equipment Manual...

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    Keypad Figures Casio DT-800RF, VT LOCK clear vw→ vw↑ vw↓ ← Left Func Right keytop Left + Right + Func Func • Supported Equipment Manual March, 2006...

  • Page 38: Keypad Table

    Keypad Configuration Keypad Table The keypad tables in this section are organized by terminal model, keypad configuration, and emulation. The key values represent the default keypad assignments applied to the terminal in Twin Client advanced mode. Table entries that are blank indicate the key is not assigned, or not relevant to the emulation.

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    Keypad Table <FUNC><3> <FUNC><3> <FUNC><3> <FUNC><4> <FUNC><4> <FUNC><4> <FUNC><5> <FUNC><5> <FUNC><5> <FUNC><6> <FUNC><6> <FUNC><6> <FUNC><7> <FUNC><7> <FUNC><7> <FUNC><8> <FUNC><8> <FUNC><8> <FUNC><9> <FUNC><9> <FUNC><9> <FUNC><0> <FUNC><0> <FUNC><0> <LEFT><FUNC><1> <LEFT><FUNC><1> <LEFT><FUNC><1> <LEFT><FUNC><2> <LEFT><FUNC><2> <LEFT><FUNC><2> <LEFT><FUNC><3> <LEFT><FUNC><3> <LEFT><FUNC><3> <LEFT><FUNC><4> <LEFT><FUNC><4> <LEFT><FUNC><4> <LEFT><FUNC><5> <LEFT><FUNC><5> <LEFT><FUNC><5>...

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  • Page 41: Chapter 4 • Error Message Resolution Guide

    Chapter 4 • Error Message Resolution Guide Twin Client Error Message Resolution Guide Message Reason Solution Reference Tech Note ENTRY TOO LONG; Trying to key beyond the field size. Ensure that you are entering input into the correct field. ALPHABETIC ONLY; Trying to key a character that is not Ensure that you are entering input into the alphabetic.

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    Error Message Resolution Guide Message Reason Solution Reference Tech Note INVALID KEY; The key pressed is not valid. Ensure that you are entering input into the correct field. MUST CLEAR FIELD; Trying to enter data in a field that Ensure that you are entering input into the must be cleared first.

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    Error Message Resolution Guide Message Reason Solution Reference Tech Note Connection ERROR.\nREBOOT Could not Connect. Verify that your Network settings are correct T1113, T1114, T1161, MOBILE UNIT; and you are in the correct mode using the T1171, T1187 and correct Port. T1194 Disconnect ERROR.\nREBOOT Could not Disconnect.

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    Error Message Resolution Guide Message Reason Solution Reference Tech Note TIMEOUT\n\nSending Data; Mobile Unit out of the coverage Most likely a range, access point, radio, T1113, T1114, T1161, area. host or network issue. Troubleshoot the T1171, T1187 and customer’s environment. T1194 TIMEOUT\n\nReceiving Data;...

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    Error Message Resolution Guide Message Reason Solution Reference Tech Note Error receiving host\nlist from Server; Bad Protocol detected. Usually a result of bad cabling, power or faulty transceiver. Also, will receive this if the Mobile Unit is in the wrong mode for server operation.

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    Error Message Resolution Guide Message Reason Solution Reference Tech Note User Count Exceeded.\n Session Possible authorization issue. Verify that you have the correct number of Ended; licenses for the number of Mobile Units you are using. Primary Unavailable\nTrying Alternate; First Host IP address not available Verify the host address.

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    Error Message Resolution Guide Message Reason Solution Reference Tech Note Font Loading Error; Could not load the font. Ensure that the font is available to load. Printer Not Ready\nPress R to Can not print. Check cable, battery, communication Retry\nC to Cancel Print; settings and paper in the printer.

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    Error Message Resolution Guide Message Reason Solution Reference Tech Note TwinClient Telnet; Prompt. Advisory message. TwinClient Server; Prompt. Advisory message. TwinClient TN3270; Prompt. Advisory message. TwinClient TN5250; Prompt. Advisory message. TwinClient TNVT; Prompt. Advisory message. (c) 1991-2006 Connect; Prompt. Advisory message. Edit Menu Options;...

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    Error Message Resolution Guide Message Reason Solution Reference Tech Note Edit License Key; Menu Option. Advisory message. Run Site Survey; Menu Option. Advisory message. Switch Client Modes; Menu Option. Advisory message. Run TwinClient; Menu Option. Advisory message. Exit to OS; Menu Option.

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    Error Message Resolution Guide Message Reason Solution Reference Tech Note REMOVE FROM CRADLE; Remove Mobile Unit from the Advisory message. cradle. ACQUIRING CRADLE BUS; Attempting to access the cradle Advisory message. through the serial port you have configured. Printer Out\nOf Range; Printer out of the coverage area.

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    Error Message Resolution Guide Message Reason Solution Reference Tech Note Mobile Unit Out\nOf Range, Mobile Unit out of the coverage Most likely a range, access point, radio, Unable\nTo Receive; area. host or network issue. Troubleshoot the customer’s environment. Printer Not\nResponding; Can not print.

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    Error Message Resolution Guide Message Reason Solution Reference Tech Note Domain Name Server\nNot Set; DOMAIN NAME SERVER not Configure the Mobile Unit with the correct configured. network IP information. Domain Name Server\nQuery Memory Memory error on the Mobile Unit Expand the Mobile Unit memory or return Error;...

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    Error Message Resolution Guide Message Reason Solution Reference Tech Note Display formatting\ntoo large Mobile Unit does not have enough Expand the Mobile Unit memory or order a for\ncurrent screen; memory to run your configured server from Connect. reformatted screens. Mobile Unit\ninitialization error; Mobile Unit problem.

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    Error Message Resolution Guide Message Reason Solution Reference Tech Note Mobile Unit Type; Prompt. Advisory message. WARNING: This will \nend any\ncurrent Prompt. Advisory message. session; Continue (Y/N)?; Prompt. Advisory message. HOST ENTRY; Prompt. Advisory message. VT(100/220) Setup; Prompt. Advisory message. Mobile Unit Info;...

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    Error Message Resolution Guide Message Reason Solution Reference Tech Note Control Codes; Prompt. Advisory message. Local Echo; Prompt. Advisory message. <BK SP> Sends; Prompt. Advisory message. New Line Mode; Prompt. Advisory message. Insert Mode; Prompt. Advisory message. Autowrap Mode; Prompt. Advisory message.

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    Error Message Resolution Guide Message Reason Solution Reference Tech Note Map Underline; Prompt. Advisory message. Break Key; Prompt. Advisory message. ANSI Setup; Prompt. Advisory message. Control Codes; Prompt. Advisory message. Backspace Key; Prompt. Advisory message. MISCELLANEOUS SETUP; Prompt. Advisory message. Test Options;...

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    Error Message Resolution Guide Message Reason Solution Reference Tech Note Scan Code Test; Prompt. Advisory message. LOGIN OPTIONS; Prompt. Advisory message. User Name; Prompt. Advisory message. User Password; Prompt. Advisory message. Prompt. Advisory message. OFF; Prompt. Advisory message. Map; Prompt. Advisory message.

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    Error Message Resolution Guide Message Reason Solution Reference Tech Note 7 bit; Prompt. Advisory message. 8 bit; Prompt. Advisory message. Send Delete; Prompt. Advisory message. Send Backspace; Prompt. Advisory message. Mobile Unit Setup; Prompt. Advisory message. Scanner Options; Prompt. Advisory message. Program Options;...

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    Error Message Resolution Guide Message Reason Solution Reference Tech Note Backlight Time; Prompt. Advisory message. Enter Key Action; Prompt. Advisory message. Reset Options; Prompt. Advisory message. Font Size; Prompt. Advisory message. Portable Printer; Prompt. Advisory message. Reprint Option; Prompt. Advisory message. Data IDs;...

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    Error Message Resolution Guide Message Reason Solution Reference Tech Note Scan Identifier; Prompt. Advisory message. AID Scan Setup; Prompt. Advisory message. Long Scans; Prompt. Advisory message. Scan Send; Prompt. Advisory message. Yes; Prompt. Advisory message. Prompt. Advisory message. Normal; Prompt. Advisory message.

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    Error Message Resolution Guide Message Reason Solution Reference Tech Note Errors Only; Prompt. Advisory message. Automatic; Prompt. Advisory message. All Messages; Prompt. Advisory message. Reject; Prompt. Advisory message. Truncate; Prompt. Advisory message. Split; Prompt. Advisory message. Do Not Send; Prompt. Advisory message.

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    Error Message Resolution Guide Message Reason Solution Reference Tech Note External; Prompt. Advisory message. none; Prompt. Advisory message. monarch; Prompt. Advisory message. pddumb; Prompt. Advisory message. comtec; Prompt. Advisory message. rascal; Prompt. Advisory message. codewriter; Prompt. Advisory message. comtec(S); Prompt. Advisory message.

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    Error Message Resolution Guide Message Reason Solution Reference Tech Note Frequency: Prompt. Advisory message. Duration: Prompt. Advisory message. Delay: Prompt. Advisory message. Select Scanner; Prompt. Advisory message. Setup Scanner; Prompt. Advisory message. Scan Test; Prompt. Advisory message. Scan Operation; Prompt. Advisory message.

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    Error Message Resolution Guide Message Reason Solution Reference Tech Note Auto/Pulse; Prompt. Advisory message. Auto/No Pulse; Prompt. Advisory message. Wand Simulation; Prompt. Advisory message. VT100; Prompt. Advisory message. VT220; Prompt. Advisory message. SETUP; Prompt. Advisory message. Mobile Unit IP/Radio; Prompt. Advisory message.

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