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  • Page 1 MC9090-G RFID Mobile RFID Integrator Guide Supplement...
  • Page 3 MC9090-G RFID Integrator Guide Supplement 72E-89963-04 Rev A September 2008...
  • Page 4: Patents

    Motorola. No right to copy a licensed program in whole or in part is granted, except as permitted under copyright law. The user shall not modify, merge, or incorporate any form or portion of a licensed program with other program material, create a derivative work from a licensed program, or use a licensed program in a network without written permission from Motorola.
  • Page 5: Revision History

    Revision History Changes to the original manual are listed below: Change Date Description -01 Rev A 12/2006 Initial Release -02 Rev A 3/2008 Added Laser Scanner Updated Wireless Section Updated Applications Section -03 Rev A 5/2008 Updated Program Tag settings Added Duty Cycle Paramameters -04 Rev A 9/2008...
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  • Page 7: Table Of Contents

    Table of Contents Patents..............................ii Revision History............................ iii About This Guide Introduction ............................ix Documentation Set ......................... ix Configurations............................x Chapter Descriptions ..........................x Notational Conventions......................... xi Related Documents and Software ......................xi Service Information..........................xii Support Information ........................xii Chapter 1: Getting Started Introduction ............................
  • Page 8 MC9090-G RFID Integrator Guide Supplement Resetting the Mobile Computer ......................1-9 Performing a Warm Boot ....................... 1-9 Performing a Cold Boot ........................1-9 Performing a Clean Boot ........................ 1-10 Battery Management ........................... 1-11 Battery Saving Tips ........................1-11 Changing the Power Settings ......................1-11 Changing the Display Backlight Settings .....................
  • Page 9 Table of Contents Chapter 4: RFID Demo Application Introduction ............................4-1 RFIDDemo Application ........................4-2 Using RFIDDemo to Read Tags From a Remote Reader ............. 4-2 Launching the RFIDDemo Application ....................4-3 File Menu Options .......................... 4-4 About .............................. 4-4 Device Settings ..........................
  • Page 10 MC9090-G RFID Integrator Guide Supplement Chapter 6: SymbolRoam Introduction ............................6-1 SymbolRoam, Region Change ......................6-2 Country Drop Down List ......................... 6-2 SymbolRoam Version ........................6-3 Chapter 7: Maintenance & Troubleshooting Introduction ............................7-1 Maintaining the RFID reader ........................ 7-1 Accessories ............................
  • Page 11: About This Guide

    This MC9090-G RFID Integrator Guide Supplement provides the unique set up and configuration procedures for the MC9090-G RFID mobile computers and accessories. This guide is intended as a supplement to the MC909X Integrator Guide, P/N: 72E-72216-xx. Procedures common to the MC909X series of products are referenced to the MC909X Integrator Guide.
  • Page 12: Configurations

    MC9090-G RFID Integrator Guide Supplement Configurations This guide covers the following configurations: Data Operating Configuration Radios Display Memory Keypad Capture System MC9090-G WLAN: 802.11a/b/g Color 64 MB RAM Laser Scan Windows 53-key RFID RFID WPAN: Bluetooth 128 MB Imager Mobile 5.0...
  • Page 13: Notational Conventions

    About This Guide Notational Conventions The following conventions are used in this document: • “RFID Reader”, “reader” or “mobile computer” refers to the Motorola MC9090-G RFID reader. • Italics are used to highlight the following: • Chapters and sections in this guide •...
  • Page 14: Service Information

    For service information, warranty information or technical assistance contact or call the Support Center. Contact information is provided on the Motorola contact web site go to: http://www.support.symbol.com. If the Motorola product was purchased from a Motorola Business Partner, contact that Business Partner for service.
  • Page 15: Chapter 1 Getting Started

    Chapter 1 Getting Started Introduction This chapter lists the accessories for the MC9090-G RFID mobile computer and explains how to install and charge the batteries, replace the strap and start the mobile computer for the first time. NOTE This MC9090-G RFID Integrator Guide Supplement is intended as a supplement to the MC909X Integrator Guide, P/N: 72E-72216-xx.
  • Page 16: Unpacking The Mobile Computer

    1 - 2 MC9090-G RFID Integrator Guide Supplement Unpacking the Mobile Computer Carefully remove all protective material from around the mobile computer and save the shipping container for later storage and shipping. Verify that all equipment listed below was received: •...
  • Page 17: Accessories

    Getting Started 1 - 3 Accessories Table 1-1 lists the accessories available for the MC9090-G RFID. MC9090-G RFID Accessories Table 1-1 Accessory Description Cable Adapter Module Snap-on required to connect the following cables to the mobile computer. (CAM) • AC line cord (country-specific) and power supply, charges the mobile computer.
  • Page 18: Getting Started

    1 - 4 MC9090-G RFID Integrator Guide Supplement Getting Started In order to start using the mobile computer for the first time: • Install the main battery • Charge the main battery and backup battery • Start the mobile computer •...
  • Page 19: Charging The Battery

    Getting Started 1 - 5 Charging the Battery Charging the Main Battery and Memory Backup Battery Before using the mobile computer for the first time, charge the main battery until the amber charge indicator light remains lit (see Table 1-2 on page 1-6 for charge status indications).
  • Page 20: Charging The Main Battery

    1 - 6 MC9090-G RFID Integrator Guide Supplement Charging the Main Battery Charge the main battery in the mobile computer using a cradle, the CAM with a charging cable, or the MSR with the appropriate power supply. Ensure the accessory used to charge the main battery is connected to the appropriate power source (see Chapter 2, Accessories for setup information).
  • Page 21: Charging Spare Batteries

    Getting Started 1 - 7 Charging Spare Batteries Use the following three accessories to charge spare batteries: • Single Slot Serial/USB Cradle • Four Slot Spare Battery Charger • UBC Adapter. To charge a spare battery: Ensure the accessory used to charge the spare battery is connected to the appropriate power source (see Chapter 2, Accessories for setup information).
  • Page 22: Starting The Mobile Computer

    1 - 8 MC9090-G RFID Integrator Guide Supplement Starting the Mobile Computer Press the red Power button to turn on the mobile computer. If the mobile computer does not power on, perform a cold boot. See Performing a Cold Boot on page 1-9.
  • Page 23: Configuring The Mobile Computer

    Getting Started 1 - 9 Configuring the Mobile Computer • To customize the mobile computer settings, refer to the Microsoft Applications for Symbol Devices User Guide. • To set up ActiveSync to synchronize the mobile computer with the host computer, see the MC909X Integrator Guide , P/N: 72E-72216-xx.
  • Page 24: Performing A Clean Boot

    Press the primary battery release on the mobile computer to partially eject the battery from the mobile computer. On an MC9090-G, while the battery is partially released, simultaneously press and release the trigger and the Power button. Push the battery to fully re-insert it in the mobile computer. One audible click can be heard as the battery is fully inserted.
  • Page 25: Battery Management

    Getting Started 1 - 11 Battery Management Battery Saving Tips • Leave the mobile computer connected to AC power at all times when not in use. • Set the mobile computer to turn off after a short period of non-use. •...
  • Page 26: Changing The Keypad Backlight Settings

    1 - 12 MC9090-G RFID Integrator Guide Supplement Changing the Keypad Backlight Settings To change the keypad backlight settings in order to conserve more battery power: On devices with Windows Mobile 5.0, tap > > tab > icon > tab.
  • Page 27: Wireless Applications

    Enable/Disable Radio • Log On/Off Tap the icon to display the menu. Signal Strength Wireless Applications Wireless Applications Menu Figure 1-5 The MC909X Integrator Guide, P/N: 72E-72216-xx provides the wireless applications support information applicable to the MC9090-G RFID mobile computer.
  • Page 28: Activesync

    1 - 14 MC9090-G RFID Integrator Guide Supplement ActiveSync To communicate with various host devices, install Microsoft ActiveSync (version 4.1 or higher) on the host computer. Use ActiveSync to synchronize information on the mobile computer with information on the host computer.
  • Page 29: Chapter 2 Accessories

    The mobile computer has interchangeable modular keypads. However, only the 53-Key RFID keypad can be used with the MC9090-G RFID mobile computer. The modular keypad can be changed in the field as necessary. The MC909X Integrator Guide, P/N: 72E-72216-xx provides the keypad support information applicable to the MC9090-G RFID mobile computer: •...
  • Page 30: Miscellaneous

    2 - 2 MC9090-G RFID Integrator Guide Supplement Miscellaneous The MC909X Integrator Guide, P/N: 72E-72216-xx provides the miscellaneous support information applicable to the MC9090-G RFID mobile computer: • Four Slot Spare Battery Charger charges up to four mobile computer spare batteries.
  • Page 31: Keypad

    MMC and SD card. Proper ESD precautions include, but are not limited to, working on an ESD mat and ensuring that the operator is properly grounded. MC909X keypads are not interchangeable with MC9090-G RFID keypad. Keypad Removal Press the Power button to suspend the mobile computer.
  • Page 32: Multi Media Card (Mmc) / Secure Device (Sd) Card

    The MMC provides secondary non-volatile storage. The MMC is located under the keypad (see Figure 2-1 on page 2-3). NOTE SD cards are inter-operable with MMC cards and can also be used in MC9090-G RFID mobile computers. CAUTION Do not remove the keypad while the mobile computer is on and do not operate the mobile computer with the keypad detached.
  • Page 33 Getting Started 2 - 5 MMC/SD MMC/SD Retaining Door Inserting the MMC/SD Figure 2-3 CAUTION Do not apply more than 4 in-lbs of torque when tightening the keypad screws. Replace the keypad and re-attach using the two screws (see Figure 2-2 on page 2-4).
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  • Page 35: Chapter 3 Application Deployment For Mobile 5.0

    (and to run with the needed level of trust). The MC909X Integrator Guide, P/N: 72E-72216-xx provides the security support information applicable to the MC9090-G RFID mobile computer. Information on the following topics is provided: •...
  • Page 36: Deployment

    Refer to the Microsoft Windows Mobile 5.0 Help file and the Windows Mobile 5.0 SDK for instructions and sample test certificates. The MC909X Integrator Guide, P/N: 72E-72216-xx provides the XML Provisioning support information applicable to the MC9090-G RFID mobile computer. Information on the following topics is provided: • Creating an XML Provisioning File •...
  • Page 37: Storage

    FTP server to the mobile computer. Multiple mobile computers can scan a single RD bar code. The MC909X Integrator Guide, P/N: 72E-72216-xx provides the RD support information applicable to the MC9090-G RFID mobile computer. Information on the following topics is provided: •...
  • Page 38: Airbeam Smart

    The ability to transfer software over a radio network can greatly reduce the logistical efforts of client software management. The MC909X Integrator Guide, P/N: 72E-72216-xx provides the AirBEAM Smart support information applicable to the MC9090-G RFID mobile computer. Information on the following topics is provided: •...
  • Page 39: Chapter 4 Rfid Demo Application

    Chapter 4 RFID Demo Application Introduction Application developers can use the RFIDDemo Application on page 4-2 for an overview of how the application works and to assist in application development. NOTE The screens and windows are provided for illustration purposes only and may differ from actual screens. The applications described may not be available on (or applicable to) all devices.
  • Page 40: Rfiddemo Application

    Launch the RFIDDemo application. Using RFIDDemo to Read Tags From a Remote Reader The RFIDDemo can reside on many CE4.2/CE5.0 and Mobile based devices including Motorola's RD5000, MC90xx readers, WIN CE based VRCs, and XR Series products. On devices that have integrated RFID reading, the RFIDDemo automatically finds and connects to the integrated RFID reader.
  • Page 41: Launching The Rfiddemo Application

    RFID Demo Application 4 - 3 Launching the RFIDDemo Application From the Main Window double-tap the RFIDDemo application icon to start the RFIDDemo application. It also displays battery status and the air protocols supported by the device. When the RFIDDemo application is launched, the RFIDDemo Load window displays. It displays version of RFID API, reader firmware, the air protocols and the RFID demo application.
  • Page 42: File Menu Options

    4 - 4 MC9090-G RFID Integrator Guide Supplement File Menu Options The RFIDDemo File Menu Options include: • About • Device Settings • Tag Access Parameters • Program Tag • Exit File Menu Options Window Figure 4-2 About The About window displays the demo application version information...
  • Page 43: Device Settings

    RFID Demo Application 4 - 5 Device Settings The RFIDDemo behavior is configurable. Tap on Settings from the RFIDDemo Load Window on page 4-3 or from File->Device Settings, RFID- Settings window appears. These settings are persistent and will be restored on a device cold boot (see Performing a Cold Boot on page 1-9).
  • Page 44: Tag Logging

    1-9). If this file is edited, the settings will not be implemented until a cold boot occurs. Alternatively, on some Motorola devices, the registry file can be launched. When this is done, a prompt appears asking the user to choose whether to merge these settings into the registry.
  • Page 45 RFID Demo Application 4 - 7 Registry File Example Table 4-1 ; ***************************************************************************************************** ; RFIDDemo Registry File. This file will restore the demo settings after a cold boot. ; If you edit this file, the settings will not take affect until a cold boot occurs. Alternatively, ;...
  • Page 46 4 - 8 MC9090-G RFID Integrator Guide Supplement Registry File Example (Continued) Table 4-1 ; If this is set, then the demo will attempt to contact an RFID reader at this address. "RFIDDEMO_READER_IP_ADDRESS"="" ; Attenuation level for reading tags. 0 is full power, 255 is low power. (Use hex values 00 - FF) "RFID_READCAP_RF_ATTENUATION"=dword:00000000...
  • Page 47 RFID Demo Application 4 - 9 Registry File Example (Continued) Table 4-1 ; SL bit of the tag to be accessed "RFID_DEVCAP_SEL"=dword:00000000 ; Session to be used for tag access "RFID_DEVCAP_SESSION"=dword:00000000 ; Starting Q for tag access operation "RFID_DEVCAP_STARTING_Q"=dword:00000006 ; Target Inventory for tag access operation "RFID_DEVCAP_TARGET_INVENTORY"=dword:00000000 ;...
  • Page 48: Tag Access Parameters

    4 - 10 MC9090-G RFID Integrator Guide Supplement Tag Access Parameters The RFIDDemo behavior is configurable. Tap on Settings from the RFIDDemo Load Window on page 4-3 or from File->Tag Access Params, RFID- Tag Access Params window appears. Settings Window...
  • Page 49 RFID Demo Application 4 - 11 • Target 0x00: Modify Session S0 inventoried flag. 0x01: Modify Session S1 inventoried flag. 0x02: Modify Session S2 inventoried flag. 0x03: Modify Session S3 inventoried flag. 0x04: Modify SL flag. • Remove Select Record Index Index of the select record to be removed from the list.
  • Page 50: Program Tag

    4 - 12 MC9090-G RFID Integrator Guide Supplement Program Tag Tap File->Program Tag, RFID- Program Tag window appears. Program Tag Window Figure 4-6 Reader Program Tag Settings: • Reserved: Reserved memory bank access operation • EPC: EPC memory bank access operation •...
  • Page 51 RFID Demo Application 4 - 13 If bits of EPC ID are given in this field and Mask bank is selected as 1 i.e EPC, then select record is added for the tag with EPC ID given in the Mask field with the Select Record Settings in theTag Access Params Dialog. When the read tag in the list box is selected, it automatically appears in the Mask field.
  • Page 52: Lock Options

    4 - 14 MC9090-G RFID Integrator Guide Supplement Lock Options To select Lock Options tap File->Lock Options. The RFID- Lock Options window appears. Lock Options Window Figure 4-7 The Lock Options provide the option of locking/unlocking all or individual memory banks. In the reserved memory bank, access password and kill password can be locked or unlocked separately.
  • Page 53: Tag Locking

    RFID Demo Application 4 - 15 Tag Locking Tag locking is a two step process: • Write the tag access password (see Figure on page 4-12) • Lock the tag (see Figure on page 4-14) To write the access password first enter the access password of the tag: Read the tag.
  • Page 54: Read Tags

    4 - 16 MC9090-G RFID Integrator Guide Supplement To write to a locked tag Read the tag. Click on the tag, it appears in EPC Mask field. The tag is now selected for operations. Select the EPC memory bank as the target memory bank (since the EPC ID field is locked in this example).
  • Page 55 RFID Demo Application 4 - 17 Tap the Remove SR button and the select record is removed from the list. This command is not accepted when read is going on. If command is given while read is in progress the following message appears in the RFID - Read Window.or the record is removed, success is displayed in the RFID - Read Window.
  • Page 56: Duty Cycle Paramameters

    4 - 18 MC9090-G RFID Integrator Guide Supplement Duty Cycle Paramameters Only the Europeian versions of the MC9090-G RFID, working on specification EN300.220 have NOTE the Duty Cycle Params window. Per the ETSI regulations a reader that operating in compliance with this specification will not transmit more than 10% of the duty cycle.
  • Page 57: Etsi En 302-208 Tx-Channel Selection

    RFID Demo Application 4 - 19 ETSI EN 302-208 Tx-Channel Selection The ETSI EN302-208 Tx-Channels window is only available on MC9090 EU specification EN302.208 products. A reader operating within the specification parameters may operate on any (or all) of the four available channels. By default all 4 channels will be selected.
  • Page 58: Rfidflash Utility (Radio Firmware Update Utility)

    4 - 20 MC9090-G RFID Integrator Guide Supplement RFIDFlash Utility (Radio Firmware Update Utility) The RFIDFlash utility is the radio firmware update utility, used to update the RFID radio module firmware. To update the radio firmware, access the RFIDFlash utility; Tap Start - File Explorer to access the File Explorer application.
  • Page 59 RFID Demo Application 4 - 21 Click Browse for Flash File and the Select Files window appears. RFIDFlash Loader Windows Figure 4-15 Scroll to the flash file and click to select, click OK. The Select Files window appears RFIDFlash Loader Windows Figure 4-16 Click Start Flash to download the flash update file.
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  • Page 61: Chapter 5 Geminirfid Demo Application

    After the remote display application has been installed on the host computer, set up an ActiveSync connection between the host computer and the MC9090-G RFID reader (see the MC909X Integrator Guide , P/N: 72E-72216-xx Start the remote display application to access the MC9090-G RFID reader application.
  • Page 62: Using Geminirfid Demo To Read Tags From A Remote Reader

    MC9090-G RFID Integrator Guide Supplement Using GeminiRFID Demo to Read Tags From a Remote Reader The GeminiRFID Demo can reside on many CE4.2/CE5.0 and Mobile based devices including Motorola's MC909x handhelds, RD5000, WIN CE based VRCs, and XR Series products.
  • Page 63: Launching The Geminirfid Demo Application

    GeminiRFID Demo Application 5 - 3 Launching the GeminiRFID Demo Application To launch the GeminiRFID Demo application, tap Start - File Explorer - Application - Gemini_RFID icon. When the GeminiRFID Demo application is launched, the main Tags window displays. List of unique tags (tags read) Menu selections...
  • Page 64: Reading Tags

    5 - 4 MC9090-G RFID Integrator Guide Supplement Reading Tags When the mobile computer trigger is pressed, the mobile computer interrogates all of the tags within the radio frequency (RF) field of view. For each new tag found, the mobile computer beeps once and displays a tag icon in the main RFID Tag window.
  • Page 65: Selecting Tags

    GeminiRFID Demo Application 5 - 5 Selecting Tags The Tag window can display up to 20 tags. If more than 20 tags are found, the application allows the user to page forward and backward through the list of icons representing the tags found. To select a tag to view the tag data: 1.
  • Page 66: Saving Tag Data

    5 - 6 MC9090-G RFID Integrator Guide Supplement Saving Tag Data A list of read tags can be saved on the mobile computer. The application saves the tag list to the "\My Documents" folder and names the file RFIDTaglist.csv. The file is a .csv format (comma separated text file). This file format can be read by MS Excel, or other applications that support .csv.
  • Page 67: About

    GeminiRFID Demo Application 5 - 7 About Tap File - About to view the application version number, the RFID DLL version number, the RFID reader module firmware version number, date code, and serial and port information. RFID - About Window Figure 5-3 Tap File - Log to display the Log menu.
  • Page 68: Settings

    5 - 8 MC9090-G RFID Integrator Guide Supplement Settings The Settings window is used to set the number of iterations to read tags. To set the class type(s) to read (Gen2 is on by default). The settings window is also used to set and test read/write power. Tap File - Settings to display the Settings window.
  • Page 69: Gen2 Operational Settings

    GeminiRFID Demo Application 5 - 9 Gen2 Operational Settings The Gen2 Operational Settings window is used to configure the Gen2 tag operational parameters. Tap File - Gen2 Settings to display the Gen2 Operational Settings window. Gen2 Operational Settings Window Figure 5-6 Gen2 Operational Settings Table 5-2 Setting...
  • Page 70: Mode Menu

    5 - 10 MC9090-G RFID Integrator Guide Supplement Mode Menu Tap the Mode menu to use the Inventory method to read tags, locate a tag, program a tag, scan a bar code, or write a tag. Mode menu options offer all of the operations available by tapping an icon on the main Tags window menu bar.
  • Page 71: Program Tag

    GeminiRFID Demo Application 5 - 11 Program Tag This option can be used to program Gen2 RFID tags. Gen2 tags can be programmed, erased, locked and killed. Each tag contains 88 or 120 bits, which includes the EPC number (64 or 96 bits), CRC, and Kill Code. Locking, and killing tags requires a Kill Code which is 1 byte (8 bits) long.
  • Page 72 5 - 12 MC9090-G RFID Integrator Guide Supplement NOTE For a successful tag read, the allowable read distance from the front of the mobile computer scan exit window to the tag is 0.2 ft - 10 ft (0.061 m to 3.1 m).
  • Page 73: Chapter 6 Symbolroam

    Chapter 6 SymbolRoam Introduction The SymbolRoam application is provided to allow users change operating regions. The SymbolRoam application is not provided NOTE on the EU configuration. The EU configuration is pre-set to comply with the EU regulatory specifications. 'The SymbolRoam application is run on boot-up each time the unit is re-started. To run the application manually, run SymbolROAM.exe from the path \Application\ROAM on the device.' NOTE The screens and windows are provided for illustration purposes only and may differ from actual screens.
  • Page 74: Symbolroam, Region Change

    6 - 2 MC9090-G RFID Integrator Guide Supplement SymbolRoam, Region Change The first time the application is run the SymbolRoam window displays. The warning WARN: Registry region undefined displays the first time SymbolRoam is used and default region is not changed. This indicates that the regions have not been changed from the default US/Canada.
  • Page 75: Symbolroam Version

    SymbolRoam 6 - 3 SymbolRoam Version To display the SymbolRoam version, tap the Symbol logo (see Figure 6-3). The currently installed SymbolRoam version information is displayed. SymbolRoam Version Window Figure 6-3 NOTE If the device is cold booted, .NET 2.0 (required to run SymbolRoam) will be re-installed.
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  • Page 77: Chapter 7 Maintenance & Troubleshooting

    Use a soft cloth to clean the RFID reader. If the surface of the RFID reader becomes soiled, clean it with a soft cloth moistened with a diluted window-cleaning solution. NOTE This MC9090-G RFID Integrator Guide Supplement is configured to provides only the unique set up and configuration procedures for the MC9090-G RFID mobile computers and accessories. The accessory...
  • Page 78: Accessories

    Do not place battery into a microwave oven or dryer. • Do not dispose of batteries in fire. • If battery or equipment is suspected, call Motorola Enterprise Mobility support to arrange for inspection. See Service Information on page i-xii for contact information.
  • Page 79: Troubleshooting

    Maintenance & Troubleshooting 7 - 3 Troubleshooting RFID Reader Troubleshooting the RFID reader Table 7-1 Problem Cause Solution RFID reader does not Lithium-ion battery Charge or replace the lithium-ion battery in the RFID reader. turn on. not charged. Lithium-ion battery Ensure battery is installed properly.
  • Page 80 7 - 4 MC9090-G RFID Integrator Guide Supplement Troubleshooting the RFID reader (Continued) Table 7-1 Problem Cause Solution RFID reader turns itself RFID reader is The RFID reader turns off after a period of inactivity. If the RFID off. inactive.
  • Page 81 Maintenance & Troubleshooting 7 - 5 Troubleshooting the RFID reader (Continued) Table 7-1 Problem Cause Solution The RFID reader does Scanning application Verify that the unit is loaded with a scanning application. See the not accept scan input. is not loaded. System Administrator.
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  • Page 83: Appendix A: Technical Specifications

    The following table summarizes the reader technical specifications. Technical Specifications Table A-1 Item MC9090-G RFID Physical and Environmental Characteristics Dimensions 9.1 in. L x 3.6 in. W x 7.6 in. H 23.1 cm L x 9.1 cm H x 19.3 cm H Weight 25 oz.(includes battery, scanner and radio)
  • Page 84 A - 2 MC9090-G RFID Integrator Guide Supplement Technical Specifications (Continued) Table A-1 Item MC9090-G RFID Data Capture Options Omni-directional 1D and 2D imaging engine reads symbologies and captures grayscale images and signatures with intuitive laser aiming. Gen2 tags Laser Decode Capability...
  • Page 85 Technical Specifications A - 3 Technical Specifications (Continued) Table A-1 Item MC9090-G RFID 10 ft./3.04 m with the RFX6000 4x4 tag optimally oriented. Nominal read range Field Half read range beam width: +/- 80 degrees (with tags optimally oriented). Antenna Integrated, circularly polarized, 1.5 dB effective linear gain per axis (nominal);...
  • Page 86 A - 4 MC9090-G RFID Integrator Guide Supplement Technical Specifications (Continued) Table A-1 Item MC9090-G RFID Regulatory Electrical Safety Certified to UL60950-1, CSA C22.2 No. 60950-1, EN60950-1, IEC 60950-1. ® USA — FCC Part 15.247, 15.407; Canada — RSS-210. WLAN and Bluetooth RF Exposure USA —...
  • Page 87: Modem Module

    Technical Specifications A - 5 Modem Module Environmental Parameters and Technical Hardware Specifications Table A-2 Item Description Asynchronous character format Up to 10 bits, including data, start, stop, and parity bits Asynchronous data rates Transmission rate fallback through 300 bps Chipset Conexant SCM Compatible public switched...
  • Page 88 A - 6 MC9090-G RFID Integrator Guide Supplement Mobile Computer Pin-Outs Pin Locations Figure A-1 Pin-Outs Table A-3 PIN Number Signal Name Function USB_GND USB_D_PLUS RS232C RS232C RS232C RS232C RS232C Ground, 2.5A max. RS232C CRADLE_DET Grounded by cradle when in cradle...
  • Page 89: Accessory Cam And Msr Pin-Outs

    Technical Specifications A - 7 Accessory CAM and MSR Pin-Outs CAM and MSR Serial Connector Figure A-2 CAM and MSR Serial Connector Pin-outs Table A-4 Signal USB_5V_DET USB_D_MINUS USB_D_PLUS PWR_EXT_OUT CRADLE_DET*...
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  • Page 91: Index

    Index application security ......3-1 auto charge cable ......2-2 access points .
  • Page 92 Index - 2 MC9090-G RFID Integrator Guide Supplement charging batteries ......1-5 charging spare batteries ..... . 1-7 image update charging the main battery .
  • Page 93 Index - 3 remote API ......3-1 selecting RFID tags ......5-5 radio .
  • Page 94 Index - 4 MC9090-G RFID Integrator Guide Supplement wireless applications ......1-13 WLAN .......1-12, 1-13 WLAN 802.11a/b/g .
  • Page 96 1-800-927-9626 http://www.symbol.com MOTOROLA and the Stylized M Logo and Symbol and the Symbol logo are registered in the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office. All other product or service names are the property of their registered owners. © Motorola, Inc. 2008...