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Data Collector
Colector de Datos
Datenerfassungsgerät
Collecteur de Données
User's Guide
Guía del usuario
Benutzerhandbuch
Guide de l'utilisateur
• Congratulations upon your selection of
the CASIO DT-810 Data Collector.
• Be sure to familiarize yourself with the
basic operations described in this
manual before actually trying to
operate the Data Collector.
• Enhorabuena por la selección del
colector de datos DT-810 CASIO.
• Antes de intentar utilizar este colector
de datos, familiarícese con las
operaciones básicas descritas en este
manual.
• Mit dem Datenerfassungsgerät CASIO
DT-810 haben Sie eine gute Wahl
getroffen.
• Bitte machen Sie sich mit den in
diesem Handbuch beschriebenen
Grundfunktionen vertraut, bevor Sie
beginnen, mit dem
Datenerfassungsgerät zu arbeiten.
• Nous vous remercions d'avoir choisi le
Collecteur de Données Casio DT-810.
• Veuillez vous familiariser avec les
démarches de base, décrites dans le
présent manuel, avant d'essayer
d'utiliser le Collecteur de Données.

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   Summary of Contents for Casio DT-81D

  • Page 1

    Guía del usuario Benutzerhandbuch Guide de l’utilisateur • Congratulations upon your selection of the CASIO DT-810 Data Collector. • Be sure to familiarize yourself with the basic operations described in this manual before actually trying to operate the Data Collector.

  • Page 2: Safety Precautions

    Safety Precautions Congratulations upon your selection of this CASIO Product. Be sure to read the following Safety Precautions before trying to use it for the first time. Keep this manual in a handy place for future reference. The following are the meanings of the markings and symbols...

  • Page 3

    Danger! Alkaline Battery Handling Alkaline battery fluid getting into your eyes can create the danger of loss of sight or other personal injury. If fluid gets into your eyes, do not rub them. Immediately rinse them with lots of clean tap water, and then consult a physician immediately.

  • Page 4: Disassembly And Modification

    Should the unit become hot or start to emit smoke or a strange odor, immediately turn off power and contact your original dealer or authorized CASIO service provider. Continued use creates the danger of fire and electrical shock. Foreign Objects Should any foreign matter ever get into the unit, immediately turn off power and contact your original dealer or an authorized CASIO service provider.

  • Page 5

    Warning! Alkaline Battery and Backup Battery Handling Do not throw batteries into fire, or heat, take apart or modify them. Doing so can damage the insulation or safety valves, and can create the danger of battery leakage, heat emission, and rupture. Do not use the battery with its positive (+) and negative (–) terminals reversed.

  • Page 6

    Should the power cord ever become severely damaged (to the point that wires are exposed or broken), contact your original dealer or CASIO service provider about repair or replacement. Use of a damaged electrical cord...

  • Page 7: Lcd Screen

    Warning! Make back-up copies of all important data Note that CASIO Computer Co., Ltd. shall not be held liable to you or any third party for any damages or loss caused by deletion or corruption of data due to use of this, malfunction or repair of this unit or its peripherals, or due to batteries going dead.

  • Page 8

    Caution! Alkaline Battery and Backup Battery Handling Do not leave batteries in locations subject to strong direct sunlight or in high temperature locations such as in a car. Doing so can create the danger of battery leakage, heat emission, and rupture. Do not allow batteries to get wet with water.

  • Page 9

    Caution! Lithium-ion Battery Pack The Lithium-ion Battery Pack is available as an option. Never leave the battery pack in an area exposed to direct sunlight, in a car parked in direct sunlight, or any other very hot area. Doing so creates the danger of heat emission and fire, as well as deterioration of battery pack performance and shortening of its service life.

  • Page 10: Table Of Contents

    • The contents of this manual are subject to change without notice. • The term “Data Collector” as used in this User's Guide refers to the CASIO DT-810 Data Collector unless otherwise noted. • CASIO COMPUTER CO., LTD. assumes no responsibility for any loss or claims by third parties which may arise from the use of this manual.

  • Page 11

    DT-860IOE Optical Communication Unit Specifications ..E-40 Using the High-Speed Charger Unit ....E-41 General Guide ..............E-41 Charging a Battery Pack ............E-41 DT-820CHGE High-Speed Charger Unit Specifications ..E-43 CASIO ELECTRONICS CO., LTD. Unit 6, 1000 North Circular Road London NW2 7JD, U.K. E-11...

  • Page 12: Unpacking

    When unpacking the Data Collector, check carefully to make sure that all of the items shown below are included. If anything is missing or damaged, contact your original dealer or your nearest CASIO Service Provider. • Data Collector • Back-up battery (lithium) M60E/M70E •...

  • Page 13: Introduction

    Introduction Make sure you carefully read the following information to ensure that your Data Collector is able to perform at the level for which it is designed. Handling Precautions • Never try to take the unit apart or modify it in any way. •...

  • Page 14: Dt-810 System Diagram

    DT-810 System Diagram Options High-speed Lithium-Ion Optical Charger Unit Battery Pack Communication Unit DT-820CHGE DT-823LI DT-860IOE Cables DT-881RSC SB-703 DT-882RSC DT-883RSC M60E/M70E DT-888RSC DT-884RSC DT-885RSC DT-887AX DT-889AX AC Adaptor For High-Speed Charger Unit For Optical Communication Unit DT-9020ADP-G DT-9020ADP-U DT-825ADP-G DT-825ADP-U E-14...

  • Page 15: General Guide

    General Guide • Front • Left side • Back • Right side • Bottom Reader port Emits a laser for bar code reading. Read indicator Indicates the status of the read operation: green for a successful read, red when the read is no good. LCD screen and touch panel Displays various data when a program is being run (LCD screen).

  • Page 16: Power Supply

    Power Supply The Data Collector has both a main power supply (two AA (LR6)-size alkaline batteries or a lithium-ion battery pack) and a backup power supply (lithium battery). In this manual, the words “main batteries” refer to both alkaline batteries and the lithium-ion battery pack. Low main battery power is indicated when the low voltage message appears on the LCD screen.

  • Page 17: Loading Alkaline Batteries

    Loading Alkaline Batteries Slide the main battery compartment cover lock to the FREE position and remove the cover. Install two new AA (LR6)-size alkaline batteries onto the battery compartment cover, making sure their positive (+) and negative (–) ends are facing correctly. Attach the battery compartment cover to the Data Collector and slide the main battery compartment cover lock to the LOCK position.

  • Page 18: Installing The Lithium-ion Battery Pack

    Power Supply Remove the alkaline batteries from the battery compartment cover. Installing the Lithium-ion Battery Pack Slide the main battery compartment cover lock to the FREE position and remove the cover. Taking care to correctly orient the terminals of the battery pack, align the tab on the back of the supplied lithium-ion battery pack battery compartment cover with the groove of the battery pack, and slide the battery pack onto...

  • Page 19: Installing The Back-up Battery

    To remove the lithium-ion battery pack Slide the main battery compartment cover lock to the FREE position and remove the cover. Slide the lithium-ion battery pack from the battery compartment cover. Installing the Back-up Battery Use a screwdriver to rotate the screw that secures the backup battery holder in place counterclockwise to loosen it.

  • Page 20

    Power Supply Pull out the backup battery holder. Wipe off a CR2032 lithium battery with a dry cloth, and load it into the backup battery case so its plus (+) side is facing towards the holder (so you can’t see it). Insert from the hook side Load the battery holder into the Data Collector and tighten the screw.

  • Page 21

    Use a screwdriver to rotate the screw that secures the backup battery holder in place counterclockwise to loosen it. Insert a screwdriver or some flat object into the back of the backup battery holder and pull out Pull out the backup battery holder. Remove the old backup battery.

  • Page 22: Attaching The Wrist Strap

    Attaching the Wrist Strap The wrist strap protects the Data Collector against being damaged by dropping during transport. To attach the wrist strap Pass the wrist strap through the metal wrist strap bar on the bottom of the data collector. Double the strap back through its own loop, and pull it tight.

  • Page 23: Keys And Their Functions

    Keys and Their Functions Operations are controlled by 28 stroke keys and touch panel keys. Stroke Key Functions 1 Trigger key Triggers a bar code read operation. Any other function can also be assigned to this key. 2 Control keys FNC key: Switches between the Function Mode and Normal Mode.

  • Page 24: Touch Panel Keys

    LCD screen that must be pressed to perform the function of the keys. Important! • Should a message appear alerting you to a touch panel abnormality, take the Data Collector to your original dealer or an authorized CASIO service provider for maintenance. E-24...

  • Page 25: Before Using The Data Collector For The First Time

    Before Using the Data Collector for the First Time Be sure to perform the reset operation described below before using the Data Collector for the first time after you purchase it. Make sure Data Collector power is turned off. Use a paper clip or some other thin object to press the RESET button. Perform touch panel alignment.

  • Page 26

    Before Using the Data Collector for the First Time Make the touch panel alignment. Using the stylus (pen) supplied with the unit, touch the centers of the 4 plus (+) marks in < CALIBRATION > the order shown by the arrows. Touch the center of mark by the pen which the...

  • Page 27: Using The Bar Code Reader

    Using the Bar Code Reader Performing a Bar Code Read Operation Turn on the Data Collector, position the reader Reader port port close to the bar code you want to read, and then press the trigger key. Read indicator Trigger key Power key The reader port emits a laser to read the bar code.

  • Page 28: Scan Position

    Using the Bar Code Reader Scan Position When reading a small bar code, decrease the distance between the Data Collector and the bar code. For larger bar codes, position the Data Collector so that the bar code fits into the laser beam.

  • Page 29: Data Communication

    Data Communication DT-810 - DT-810/800 Data Communication Application software and input data can be transferred between two DT-810 units using the infrared ports on the bottom of the units. Position the two DT-810 units so they will not accidently move during data communication. The orientation of the two units depends on the type of communication you plan to perform.

  • Page 30: Specifications

    Specifications • General CPU: 32-bit RISC Type RAM: M60E: 6MB (2MB RAM + 4MB Flash ROM) M70E: 10MB (2MB RAM + 8MB Flash ROM) • Display Type: STN LCD with phase correction film Capacity: 160 x 160 dots Display contrast: Manually adjustable;...

  • Page 31: Dt-823li Lithium-ion Battery Pack Specifications

    • Power Supply Main: Two AA (LR6)-size alkaline dry cell batteries or one lithium-ion battery pack Alkaline Battery life: Approximately 80 hours (using a new set of batteries at normal temperature, two read operations every 10 seconds) Lithium-ion Battery Pack life: Approximately 40 hours (using a new, fully charged battery pack at normal temperature, two read operations every 10 seconds) Backup:...

  • Page 32: Using The Optional Optical Communication Unit

    Using the Optional Optical Communication Unit The optional Optical Communication Unit (DT-860IOE) makes it possible to upload and download system data and file data between the Data Collector and a personal computer. It is also used to supply power for charging the lithium-ion battery pack. Be sure to use the specified RS-232C cable (DT-881RSC/DT-882RSC/DT-883RSC/DT- 887AX) to connect the Optical Communication Unit to a personal computer.

  • Page 33

    RS-232C connector For connection of a PC and uploading/downloading of system data and file data. RS-422 connectors For connection of multiple optional Optical Communication Units. AC adaptor jack For connection of an AC adaptor to supply power. Data Collector detection switch Detects whether or not the Data Collector is mounted correctly on the Optical Communication Unit.

  • Page 34: Setting Up The Optical Communication Unit And Connect The Data Collector

    Using the Optional Optical Communication Unit Setting up the Optical Communication Unit and connect the Data Collector Use only the specified AC Adaptor for Optical Communication Unit to connect to an electrical outlet. Be sure to connect the AC adaptor and turn on Optical Communication Unit power before performing any data communication operation with the Data Collector.

  • Page 35: Charging The Battery Pack

    Charging the Battery Pack The following procedure can be used only when a lithium-ion battery pack is loaded in the Data Collector. Turn on the power of the Optical Communication Unit, and confirm that its Infrared port power indicator lights up red. Attach the Data Collector to the Optical Communication Unit, making sure their infrared ports come into close contact with...

  • Page 36: Setting The Optical Communication Unit

    Using the Optional Optical Communication Unit Setting the Optical Communication Unit You can hang the Optical Communication Unit on a wall or use it as a desktop unit. To use the Optical Communication Unit on a desktop Simply place the Optical Communication Unit on a desk, table, or any other flat, stable surface, rubber feet down.

  • Page 37

    Move the tab on the upper side of the Optical Communication Unit. Remove the two screws on the back that secure the tab. Press the tab down to the plate. Reattach the two screws removed in step to the holes on the upper side. Pressing in at the four corners of the Optical Communication Unit base, unhook the tabs and remove the base from the unit.

  • Page 38: Connecting Two Or More Optical Communication Units

    Using the Optional Optical Communication Unit Reattach the base to the Optical Communication Unit, orienting it upside-down from what it was when you removed it, and secure it in place with the two screws. Hook the Optical Communication Unit onto the screws in the wall, and let it slide down to lock in place.

  • Page 39: Dip Switch Settings

    DIP Switch Settings The settings of the DIP switches located on the bottom of the Optical Communication Unit can be adjusted to achieve the desired hardware configuration. Flow Control 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 X ON/X OFF RS/CS Use Special Software ON Optical Communication Unit - Host...

  • Page 40: Dt-860ioe Optical Communication Unit Specifications

    Using the Optional Optical Communication Unit DT-860IOE Optical Communication Unit Specifications Infrared Interface: Infrared Standard: Conformed IrDA Ver. 1.0 Original Synchronization: Asynchronous Speed: 9,600/38,400/115,200/230,400bps RS-232C Synchronization: Asynchronous Speed: 2,400 to 115,200bps Control Protocol: Full-duplex RS-422 Synchronization: Asynchronous Speed: 9,600/38,400/115,200/230,400bps Charger Charger Type: Fixed voltage (with current limiter) Charge Time:...

  • Page 41: Using The High-speed Charger Unit

    Using the High-Speed Charger Unit The optional DT-820CHGE High-Speed Charger Unit provides high-speed charging of a lithium-ion battery pack (which is not loaded in the Data Collector). General Guide 1 Charge indicator Indicates the charge status of the lithium-ion battery pack. Off: Not charging Red: Charging Flashing Red: Defective battery pack Green: Charging complete Flashing Green: Temperature outside of allowable charging range (Charging will resume with a return to normal temperature).

  • Page 42

    Using the High-Speed Charger Unit Insert the lithium-ion battery pack you want to charge into the High-Speed Charger Unit with its terminals facing down. This causes the CHARGE indicator to light red to indicate that charging has started. The following shows how the charge indicator shows the status of the charge.

  • Page 43: Dt-820chge High-speed Charger Unit Specifications

    DT-820CHGE High-Speed Charger Unit Specifications Charger Charger Type: Fixed voltage (with current limiter) Charge Time: Approximately 2.5 hours Power Supply Method: Special AC adaptor Current Consumption: Approximately 600mA Dimensions and Weight Dimensions: 68 (W) x 108 (D) x 35 (H) mm Weight: Approximately 95g E-43...

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    Imprimé au Japon Printed on recycled paper. Printed in Japan Imprimé sur papier recyclé. PN430009-001 AB0102-002004B Gedruckt auf wiederverwertetem Papier.

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