Danger! I Handling Alkaline Batteries G Should fluid from the battery accidentally get into your eyes, there is a threat of loss of eyesight, do not rub them. Immediately rinse your eyes with clean tap water and then consult a physician immediately. Warning! I Handling Alkaline Batteries G Do not put the battery in a fire, expose it to heat, dismantle or modify it.
G Should the unit become hot or start to emit smoke or a strange odor, immediately turn off the power and contact your original dealer or an authorized CASIO service provider. Continued use creates the danger of fire and electrical shock.
G 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 for repair or replacement. Use of a damaged electrical cord creates the danger of fire and electrical shock.
I Make back-up copies of all important data G Note that CASIO Computer Co., Ltd. shall not be 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.
• The contents of this document may be updated, due to improvements, without prior notice. • CASIO COMPUTER CO., LTD. assumes no responsibility for any loss or claims by third parties which may arise from the use of this guide.
Contents Safety Precautions ..........E-2 Unpacking ............. E-9 Important ............. E-10 Handling Precautions ............E-10 Service ................. E-10 System Diagram ..........E-11 General Guide ............. E-12 Battery Replacement .......... E-13 Power Supply ............... E-13 Replacing the Main Batteries (AA Alkaline Batteries) ..E-14 About the LCD Screen ..........
The following items are included in the package with the product. If for some reason anything is damaged or missing, please contact the store where you purchased the product. • Handheld Terminal Main Batteries (Two AA Alkaline Batteries) • User’s Guide (This book) DT-300M60E • Wrist Strap...
Important Carefully read the following points to get the best performance and long life from your Handheld Terminal. Handling Precautions • Use only your finger or a blunt object to operate the stroke keys. Use of a sharp pointed object can damage stroke keys and cause shorting of internal circuitry. •...
System Diagram Options Bridge Satellite Cradle Bridge Satellite Cradle AC Adaptor DT-364IO DT-9020ADP Bridge Satellite Cradle Cables DT-300M60E RS-232C Cable DT-887AX/AXA Bridge Satellite Cradle PC Connection Cable 9 pin Socket RS-422 Cable DT-888RSC Bridge Satellite Cradle Chain Connection USB Cable...
General Guide <Front> <Right side> <Back> <Top> <Bottom> Reader port Emits a laser that reads bar codes Read indicator LED Indicates the status of the read operation: green for a successful read, red for an unsuccessful read. * LCD screen Displays information about the programs being run.
Battery Replacement Power Supply Operating the Handheld Terminal requires two AA (LR6) alkaline batteries. Replace the AA (LR6) alkaline batteries as soon as the battery display on the LCD screen shows that the battery is empty ( [Warning] I Make a Backup of Important Data •...
Replacing the Main Batteries (AA Alkaline Batteries) Important! • Note the polarity (orientation of the and the ) of the AA alkaline batteries when installing them. • Be sure to turn off the power before removing the batteries. • Remove the batteries if you are not going to use the Handheld Terminal for an extended period of time.
About the LCD Screen The LCD screen of the Handheld Terminal shows program settings, operational procedures, and calculation results and other information. • Display Area 64 dots (V) x 112 dots (H) • Display Characters 12-dot, 16-dot, and 20-dot font modes Each font mode allows mixing of the following three fonts: 12-dot font Mode 16-dot font Mode...
Attaching the Wrist Strap Use the wrist strap to protect the Handheld Terminal from being accidentally dropped while you are carrying it. To Attach the wrist strap Attach the wrist strap as shown below. Pass the thin end of the wrist strap through the metal hand strap mount on the bottom side of the Handheld Terminal.
Keys and Their Functions The Handheld Terminal has 18 stroke keys and one read key. Stroke Keys and Their Functions. 1 Read key Press this key to read a bar code. 2 Clear key Press this key to cancel input. 3 Backspace key Press this key to erase the character to the left of the cursor.
Using the Bar Code Reader Performing Bar Code Read Operation Turn the power on, and then position the Reader port reader port about 4 cm or more from the bar Read indicator LED code and press the read key. Read key Power key The reader port emits a laser to read the bar code.
About Warning Label • This class 2 laser product warning label conforms with IEC LASER RADIATION DO NOT STARE INTO 60825. BEAM Class 2 Laser Product • The class 2 laser emission is only exposed momentarily, but _: 650 nm P: 1 mW under no circumstances should you look directly into the laser beam.
Data Communication Communication Between Handheld Terminals You can use the infrared interface port, located on the bottom of the Handheld Terminal, to transfer applications or data to another Handheld Terminal. Set the communication format for two Handheld Terminals as shown below. Make sure that the infrared interface ports on both the units do not shift.
Specifications 1. General CPU: 32-bit RISC Type Memory: RAM : 2 MB (User area 1.3 MB) FROM: 8 MB (User area 5.9 MB) 2. Display Type: STN LCD with phase correction film Resolution: 112 x 64 dots Display contrast: Adjustable through key operation Backlight: LED backlight 3.
Specifications 8. Operating Environment Temperature: -5 to 50C° Humidity: 30% to 80% RH Dust and Water splash proof: IP54 Drop durability: 150 cm 9. Miscellaneous Clock Function: Fully automated calendar, with year, month, day, hour, minute and leap year E-22...
Using the Bridge Satellite Cradle You can transfer data (upload and download) between the Handheld Terminal and a personal computer by connecting the Bridge Satellite Cradle (DT-364IO). Use an RS-232C cable (DT-887AX/AXA) or a USB cable (DT-380USB) to connect the Bridge Satellite Cradle to the personal computer.
Using the Bridge Satellite Cradle USB interface Used to connect the Handheld Terminal to a personal computer and transfer data (upload and download) to or from the Handheld Terminal. You need to install a dedicated driver on the personal computer before connecting it to the PC. RS-232C interface Used to connect the Handheld Terminal to a personal computer and transfer data (upload and download) to or from the Handheld...
Power Hook Up and Connections Use the AC adaptor (DT-9020ADP) for the Bridge Satellite Cradle sold separately for the Bridge Satellite Cradle power supply. Be sure to hook up the AC adaptor and the Bridge Satellite Cradle before transmitting data to or from the Handheld Terminal. The Handheld Terminal draws its power directly from the Bridge Satellite Cradle.
Using the Bridge Satellite Cradle Turn on the power switch. The power indicator LED lights red. Place the infrared interface port on the Handheld Terminal and the infrared interface port on the Bridge Satellite Cradle so that they Power supply terminal are in direct contact.
Connecting Multiple Bridge Satellite Cradles Use the modular cable for the connections. You can daisy chain multiple Bridge Satellite Cradles by connecting the C-OUT port of the first unit that is the nearest to the host computer to the C-IN port of the next unit that is sitting to the first unit with DT-888RSC cable (Daisy chain connection cable) as shown in the figure below.
Using the Bridge Satellite Cradle DIP Switch Settings The DIP switches are located on the bottom of the Bridge Satellite Cradle. The DIP switches can be set to on or off. Turn off the power before setting the DIP switches. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 Not used (Set to off) Not used (Set to off)
DT-364IO Bridge Satellite Cradle Specifications 1. Infrared Transmission Interface: Infrared interface Standard: Conforms to IrDA Ver 1.1 Synchronization: Asynchronous Speed: 9,600/115,200 bps/4M bps (Only when the host computer is connected via USB.) 2. RS-232 Control Protocol: Half-duplex Synchronization: Asynchronous Speed 115,200 bps 3.