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MC3200 INTEGRATOR
GUIDE
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2015 Symbol Technologies, Inc.
*MN000887A01*
MN000887A01-B
April 2015

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  • Page 1 MC3200 INTEGRATOR GUIDE April 2015 *MN000887A01* MN000887A01-B © 2015 Symbol Technologies, Inc.
  • Page 3: Copyrights

    3 | Copyrights Copyrights The products described in this document may include copyrighted computer programs. Laws in the United States and other countries preserve for certain exclusive rights for copyrighted computer programs. Accordingly, any copyrighted computer programs contained in the products described in this document may not be copied or reproduced in any manner without the express written permission.
  • Page 5: Revision History

    5 | Revision History Revision History Changes to the original guide are listed below: Change Date Description Rev. A 6/2014 Initial release. MN000887A01-B | April 2015...
  • Page 7: Table Of Contents

    Installing the Battery Adapter......................... 32 Removing the Battery Adapter........................33 Single Slot Serial/USB Cradle..........................34 Setup................................35 Charging the MC32N0 Battery....................... 35 Charging an MC32N0 Spare Battery...................... 36 Battery Charging in Single Slot Serial/USB Cradle................37 Four Slot Charge Only Cradle..........................38 Setup................................38 Charging the MC32N0 Battery....................... 39 Battery Charging in the Four Slot Charge Only Cradle................
  • Page 8 MC32N0–S/R Handstrap Replacement.......................52 Chapter 3: USB Communication................55 Connecting to a Host Computer via USB......................55 Connecting to the MC32N0 as a Media Device..................55 Connecting to the MC32N0 as an Installer..................... 55 Disconnect from the Host Computer........................56 Chapter 4: DataWedge Configuration..............57 Basic Scanning..............................
  • Page 9 Contents | 9 Capture Data and Taking a Photo in the Same Application..............85 Disable DataWedge on MC32N0 and Mass Deploy................85 Soft Scan Feature.............................85 Chapter 5: Administrator Utilities............... 87 Required Software...............................87 On-device Application Installation........................87 Multi-user/AppLock Configuration........................87 Enterprise Administrator Application......................... 88 Creating Users............................
  • Page 10 Application Installation............................. 119 Installing Applications Using the USB Connection................119 Installing Applications Using the Android Debug Bridge..............119 Installing Applications Using a microSD Card..................120 Uninstalling an Application........................121 Updating the MC32N0 System......................... 121 Storage................................122 Random Access Memory........................122 External Storage............................ 123 Internal Storage............................. 124 Enterprise Folder...........................
  • Page 11 Updating Images............................151 OS Update Loader........................151 Bootloader..........................151 Creating a Splash Screen...........................157 Loading a Splash Screen........................... 157 Chapter 11: Maintenance and Troubleshooting..........159 Maintaining the MC32N0..........................159 Battery Safety Guidelines..........................159 Cleaning Instructions............................160 Cleaning the MC32N0...........................161 Housing............................. 161 Display............................161 Camera Window........................161 Connector Cleaning........................161...
  • Page 12 12 | Contents Single Slot Serial/USB Cradle CRD3000-1001R Technical Specifications.........175 Four Slot Charge Only Cradle CHS3000-4001CR Technical Specifications........176 Four Slot Ethernet Cradle CRD30X01-4001ER Technical Specifications...........176 Four Slot Battery Charger SAC7X00-4000CR Technical Specifications..........177 Chapter 13: Keypad Remap Strings..............179 Keypad Remap Strings............................179...
  • Page 13: About This Guide

    Note: Screens and windows pictured in this guide are samples and can differ from actual screens. MC32N0 Series Documentation Set The documentation set for the MC32N0 Series provides information for specific user needs, and includes: • MC32N0 Quick Start Guide - describes how to get the device up and running.
  • Page 14 14 | About This Guide Data Capture Operating Configuration Radios Display Memory Options System MC32N0–S Standard 3.0” color 512 MB RAM / Imager or laser Windows CE WLAN: 2 GB Flash scanner 802.11a/b/g/n WPAN: Blue- tooth v2.1 with MC32N0–S Premium 3.0”...
  • Page 15: Chapter Descriptions

    Topics covered in this guide are as follows: • Getting Started on page 19 provides information on getting the MC32N0 up and running for the first time. • Accessories on page 29 describes the available accessories and how to use them with the MC32N0.
  • Page 16: Notational Conventions

    • Synchronization on page 129 provides instructions on installing ActiveSync, setting up a partnership and synchronizing information between the MC32N0 and a host computer. • Settings for WinCE Devices on page 135 provides the settings for configuring the MC32N0 with WinCE.
  • Page 17: Service Information

    About This Guide | 17 For the latest version of this guide and all guides, go to: http://www.zebra.com/support. Service Information If you have a problem with your equipment, contact Zebra Support Center for your region. Contact information is available at: http://www.zebra.com/support. When contacting the Zebra Support Center, please have the following information available: •...
  • Page 19: Chapter 1: Getting Started

    19 | Getting Started Chapter Getting Started This chapter provides information for getting the device up and running for the first time. Setup To start using the MC32N0 for the first time: • Install a microSD card (optional) • Install the battery •...
  • Page 20: Installing The Mc32N0-G Battery

    5 Close the microSD card holder and slide the microSD card holder up to lock. Figure 9: Lock microSD Card Holder 6 Replace the microSD card cover and ensure that it is installed properly. Installing the MC32N0-G Battery To install the battery: Procedure: 1 Align the battery into the battery compartment.
  • Page 21 Figure 10: Inserting the Battery 2 Rotate the bottom of the bottom into the battery compartment. 3 Press battery down firmly. Ensure that both battery release buttons on the sides of the MC32N0 return to the home position. Figure 11: Press Battery Down 4 Press the Power button to turn on the device.
  • Page 22: Installing The Mc32N0-R/S Battery

    Figure 12: Inserting the Battery 3 Rotate the bottom of the bottom into the battery compartment. 4 Press battery down firmly. Ensure that both battery release buttons on the sides of the MC32N0 return to the home position. Figure 13: Press Battery Down 5 Tighten the handstrap.
  • Page 23: Led Charge Indicators

    Battery fully charges in less than five hours and the Extended Life Battery fully charges in less than eight hours. The MC32N0 retains data in memory for at least five minutes when the mobile computer’s main battery is removed or fully discharged.
  • Page 24: Charging Temperature

    > About device > Battery Information. Note that charging is intelligently controlled by the MC32N0. To accomplish this, for small periods of time, the MC32N0 or accessory alternately enables and disables battery charging to keep the battery at acceptable temperatures. The MC32N0 or accessory indicates when charging is disabled due to abnormal temperatures via its LED.
  • Page 25: Performing An Enterprise Reset

    3 Press and hold the Power button until the menu appears. 4 Touch Reset. 5 On the MC32N0–G device, press and hold the Trigger button or on the MC32N0–R/S devices, press and hold the Right Scan button.. 6 When the Recovery Mode screen appears, release the button.
  • Page 26: Performing A Factory Reset

    3 Press and hold the Power button until the menu appears. 4 Touch Reset. 5 On the MC32N0–G device, press and hold the Trigger button or on the MC32N0–R/S devices, press and hold the Right Scan button.. 6 When the Recovery Mode screen appears release the button.
  • Page 27: Resetting The Wince Device

    Resetting the WinCE Device If the MC32N0 stops responding to input, reset it. There are two reset functions, warm boot and cold boot. A warm boot restarts the MC32N0 by closing all running programs. All data that is not saved is lost.
  • Page 28 MC32N0 saves the system time in persistent storage (Application folder) every 60 minutes. If the RTC time resets to the default value due to power lost, the MC32N0 restores the time from the file in persistence storage (Application folder). The RTC file is deleted during OSUpdate procedure.
  • Page 29: Chapter 2: Accessories

    29 | Accessories Chapter Accessories This chapter provides information for using the accessories for the device. MC32N0 Accessories The table below lists the accessories available for the MC32N0. Table 2: MC32N0 Accessories Accessory Part Number Description Cradles Single Slot Serial /USB Cradle...
  • Page 30 Provides power from power supply to the Four Slot Charge Only cradle and Four Slot Ethernet cradle. Cables Charge Only Cable 25-70103-03R Provides power to the MC32N0. Requires power supply PWRS-14000–249R. USB Client Charge Cable 25-67868-03R Provides USB client communication capabilities and charges the MC32N0.
  • Page 31 SG-MC3123243-01R Replacement handstrap for MC32N0-R and MC32N0-S. Plastic Holster 8710-050005-01R Provides a clip on holder for the MC32N0-R and MC32N0- S. Fabric Holster 11–69293–01R Provides a soft, clip on holder and a shoulder strap for the MC32N0-R and MC32N0- S Fabric Holster SG-MC3021212–01R...
  • Page 32: Battery Adapter

    Use the Battery Adapter with the Single Slot Serial/USB Cradle and the Four Slot Battery Charger to allow charging of the MC32N0 batteries. Installing the Battery Adapter When and where to use: The Battery Adapter is required to charge MC32N0 batteries in the Single Slot Serial/USB cradle, the Four Slot Battery Charger or the UBC Adapter. Procedure: 1 Remove power from the cradle or charger.
  • Page 33: Removing The Battery Adapter

    Accessories | 33 Figure 21: Battery Adapter in Four Slot Battery Charger Figure 22: Battery Adapter in UBC Adapter 4 Press the Battery Adapter down to ensure that it is properly seated. 5 Reconnect power. Removing the Battery Adapter Procedure: 1 Remove power from the cradle or charger.
  • Page 34: Single Slot Serial/Usb Cradle

    34 | Accessories Figure 23: Release Latch 4 Rotate the Battery Adapter up. 5 Remove the Battery Adapter from the battery slot. 6 Reconnect power. Single Slot Serial/USB Cradle Caution: Ensure that you follow the guidelines for battery safety described in Battery Safety Guidelines on page 159.
  • Page 35: Setup

    Serial Cable AC Line Cord Power Supply Charging the MC32N0 Battery Procedure: 1 Ensure that the cradle is connected to power. 2 Slide the mobile computer into the slot in the cradle. The mobile computer amber Charge LED Indicator, indicates the mobile computer battery charging status.
  • Page 36: Charging An Mc32N0 Spare Battery

    36 | Accessories Figure 25: MC32N0 Battery Charging 3 Gently press down on the device to ensure proper contact. 4 When charging is complete, remove the mobile computer from the cradle slot. Charging an MC32N0 Spare Battery Procedure: 1 Ensure that the cradle is connected to power.
  • Page 37: Battery Charging In Single Slot Serial/Usb Cradle

    Charge batteries in temperatures from 0 °C to 40 °C (32 °F to 104 °F). Charging is intelligently controlled by the MC32N0. To accomplish this, for small periods of time, the MC32N0 or cradle alternately enables and disables battery charging to keep the battery at acceptable temperatures. The MC32N0 or cradle indicates when charging is disabled due to abnormal temperatures via its LED.
  • Page 38: Four Slot Charge Only Cradle

    38 | Accessories Four Slot Charge Only Cradle Caution: Ensure that you follow the guidelines for battery safety described in Battery Safety Guidelines on page 159. The Four Slot Charge Only cradle: • Provides 5.4 VDC power for operating the mobile computer and charging the battery. •...
  • Page 39: Charging The Mc32N0 Battery

    Charge batteries in temperatures from 0 °C to 40 °C (32 °F to 104 °F). Charging is intelligently controlled by the MC32N0. To accomplish this, for small periods of time, the MC32N0 or cradle alternately enables and disables battery charging to keep the battery at acceptable temperatures. The MC32N0 or cradle indicates when charging is disabled due to abnormal temperatures via its LED.
  • Page 40: Led Indicators

    40 | Accessories Figure 29: Four Slot Ethernet Cradle LED Indicators There are two green LEDs on the front of the cradle and two green LED on the Primary port on the back of the cradle. These green LEDs light and blink to indicate the data transfer rate. When the LEDs are not lit the transfer rate is 10 Mbps.
  • Page 41: Daisychaining Ethernet Cradles

    Accessories | 41 Figure 30: CRD3X01-4001ER Four Slot Ethernet Cradle Connection Primary Port Power Port Ethernet Ports Ethernet Switch, Router, or Hub Connection Daisychaining Ethernet Cradles Daisychain up to four Four Slot Ethernet cradles to connect several cradles to an Ethernet network. Use either a straight or crossover cable.
  • Page 42 42 | Accessories • Proxy Settings • Static IP. Configuring Ethernet Proxy Settings The MC32N0 includes Ethernet cradle drivers. After inserting the MC32N0, configure the Ethernet connection: Procedure: Touch Touch 3 Touch Ethernet. 4 Slide the switch to the ON position.
  • Page 43: Ethernet Settings On Wince Devices

    16 Touch Ethernet Settings on WinCE Devices The Ethernet cradle drivers are pre-installed on the MC32N0 and initiate automatically when the MC32N0 is placed in a properly connected Four Slot Ethernet cradle. When the mobile computer is inserted into the Four Slot Ethernet cradle, the LAN icon indicates that the mobile computer is connected to a network.
  • Page 44: Charging The Mc32N0 Battery

    Charge batteries in temperatures from 0 °C to 40 °C (32 °F to 104 °F). Charging is intelligently controlled by the MC32N0. To accomplish this, for small periods of time, the MC32N0 or cradle alternately enables and disables battery charging to keep the battery at acceptable temperatures. The MC32N0 or cradle indicates when charging is disabled due to abnormal temperatures via its LED.
  • Page 45: Setup

    Accessories | 45 Setup Figure 35: Four Slot Battery Charger Power Setup Charging Spare Batteries Prerequisites: Before installing the battery, install the Battery Adapter into the battery slot in the Four Slot Spare Battery Charger. See Battery Adapter on page Procedure: 1 Connect the charger to a power source.
  • Page 46: Battery Charging

    46 | Accessories Figure 36: Four Slot Battery Charger Spare Battery Charging LEDs Battery Charging Spare Battery Charging Each Battery Charging LED indicates the status of the battery charging in each slot. The table below describes the Battery Charging LED status. The Standard battery charges in less than five hours and the Extended battery fully charges in less than eight hours.
  • Page 47: Universal Battery Charger Adapter

    Charge batteries in temperatures from 0 °C to 40 °C (32 °F to 104 °F). Charging is intelligently controlled by the MC32N0. To accomplish this, for small periods of time, the changer alternately enables and disables battery charging to keep the battery at acceptable temperatures.
  • Page 48: Ubc Adapter Battery Charging

    48 | Accessories Figure 38: Universal Battery Charger Adapter 2 Press down on the battery to ensure it is seated properly. UBC Adapter Battery Charging Spare Battery Charging The UBC Adapter charging LEDs indicate the battery charging status. The Standard Battery usually charges in less than five hours and the Extended Life Battery usually charges in less than eight hours.
  • Page 49: Wall Mount Bracket

    Accessories | 49 Wall Mount Bracket Use the optional Wall Mount Bracket to mount a four slot cradle to a wall. To attach the Wall Mount Bracket: Procedure: 1 Use the Wall Mount Bracket as a template and mark the locations of the four mounting screws. Note: Use fasteners appropriate for the type of wall and the Wall Mount Bracket mounting slots.
  • Page 50: Mc32N0-G Handstrap Replacement

    4 Tighten the mounting screws to secure the four slot cradle to the bracket. Figure 43: Mounting Screws 5 Connect power. The power supply should be located in the power supply well. MC32N0–G Handstrap Replacement Procedure: 1 Slip the button through the loop.
  • Page 51 Accessories | 51 Figure 44: Remove Button from Loop 2 Remove loop section from handle. 3 Separate the loop and hook tape and pull the handstrap through the slot at the bottom of the device. 4 Insert one end of the new loop section into the mounting slot in the handle. 5 Thread the other end of the loop section through the loop and pull to tighten the loop.
  • Page 52: Mc32N0-S/R Handstrap Replacement

    Figure 46: Slip Button Through Loop 7 Thread the end of the handstrap into the slot at the bottom of the device. 8 Press the hook material against the loop material. MC32N0–S/R Handstrap Replacement Procedure: 1 Use a #00 Phillips screwdriver to remove two screws.
  • Page 53 Accessories | 53 Figure 48: Remove Mounting Clip Mounting Strap Loop Clip 4 Feed the mounting clip through the new strap loop. 5 Secure the mounting clip to the housing using the two screws. Figure 49: Secure Mounting Clip 6 Feed the handstrap through the slot at the bottom of the device. MN000887A01-B | April 2015...
  • Page 54 54 | Accessories Figure 50: Feed Handstrap Through Slot 7 Attach the hook material to the loop material and press together. Figure 51: Secure Handstrap April 2015 | MN000887A01-B...
  • Page 55: Chapter 3: Usb Communication

    Note: Using Media Device, you can copy files to either the microUSB card or internal memory. Procedure: 1 Connect the USB Client Charge cable to the MC32N0 and then to the host computer or place the MC32N0 into a Single Slot Serial/USB cradle that is connected to a host computer.
  • Page 56: Disconnect From The Host Computer

    Carefully follow the host computer’s instructions to unmount the microSD card and disconnect USB devices correctly to avoid losing information. Procedure: 1 On the host computer, unmount the device. 2 Remove the USB Client Charge cable from the MC32N0 or remove the MC32N0 from the Single Slot Serial/USB cradle. April 2015 | MN000887A01-B...
  • Page 57: Chapter 4: Datawedge Configuration

    To capture bar code data: Procedure: 1 Ensure that an application is open on the MC32N0 and a text field is in focus (text cursor in text field). 2 Aim the exit window at a bar code. 3 Press and hold the a Scan button or Trigger. The red laser aiming pattern turns on to assist in aiming. Ensure that the bar code is within the area formed by the aiming pattern.
  • Page 58: Using The Laser Scanner

    1 Ensure that an application is open on the device and a text field is in focus (text cursor in text field). 2 On the MC32N0–R, rotate the Turret for optimal scanning position. 3 Point the scan exit window at a bar code.
  • Page 59: Plug-Ins

    DataWedge Configuration | 59 • Associated application • Input plug-in configurations • Output plug-in configurations • Process plug-in configurations. Using profiles, each application can have a specific DataWedge configuration. For example, each user application can have a profile which outputs scanned data in the required format when that application comes to the foreground. DataWedge can be configured to process the same set of captured data differently based on the requirements of each application.
  • Page 60: Profiles Screen

    60 | DataWedge Configuration required. DataWedge has built-in feedback functionality for the bar code scanner to issue user alerts. The feedback settings can be configured according to user requirement. Process Plug-ins Process Plug-ins are used in DataWedge to manipulate the received data according to the requirement, before sending to the foreground application via the Output Plug-in.
  • Page 61: Disabling Datawedge

    DataWedge Configuration | 61 Profile Context Menu Touch and hold a profile to open a context menu that allows additional actions to be performed on the selected profile. Figure 57: Profile Context Menu The profile context menu allows the profile to be edited (same as just tapping on a profile), renamed or deleted. Options Menu Press to open the options menu.
  • Page 62: Creating A New Profile

    62 | DataWedge Configuration Creating a New Profile Procedure: Touch Touch Press 4 Touch New profile. 5 In the New profile dialog box, enter a name for the new profile. It is recommended that profile names be unique and made up of only alpha-numeric characters (A-Z, a-z, 0-9). Figure 59: New Profile Name Dialog Box 6 Touch OK.
  • Page 63: Bar Code Input

    DataWedge Configuration | 63 • IP Output. Bar Code Input Use the Bar Code Input options to configure the Bar Code Scanner Input Plug-in for the profile. Enabled Enables or disables this plug-in. A check in the checkbox indicates that the plug-in is enabled. Scanner Selection Configures which scanning device to use for bar code data capture when the profile is active.
  • Page 64 64 | DataWedge Configuration There are three options for transmitting a UPCA preamble: + Preamble None - Transmit no preamble. + Preamble Sys Char - Transmit System Character only (default). + Preamble Country and Sys Char - Transmit System Character and Country Code (“0” for USA). Select the appropriate option to match the host system.
  • Page 65 DataWedge Configuration | 65 Selecting this level of security significantly impairs the decoding ability of the scanner. If this level of security is needed, try to improve the quality of the bar codes. • Code39 Length1 - Use to set decode lengths (default - 0). See Decode Lengths on page 67 for more information.
  • Page 66 66 | DataWedge Configuration Length1 - Use to set decode lengths (default - 6). See Decode Lengths on page 67 for more information. Length2 - Use to set decode lengths (default - 55). See Decode Lengths on page 67 for more information. Redundancy - Sets the reader to read the bar code twice before accepting data.
  • Page 67 DataWedge Configuration | 67 Redundancy - Sets the reader to read the bar code twice before accepting data. A check in the checkbox indicates that redundancy is enabled (default - disabled). Report Check Digit - Transmit Matrix 2 of 5 data with or without the check digit. A check in the checkbox indicates to send Matrix 2 of 5 data with check digit (default - enabled).
  • Page 68 68 | DataWedge Configuration • Supplemental2 - Enables or disables this option. A check in the checkbox indicates that the option is enabled. • Supplemental5 - Enables or disables this option. A check in the checkbox indicates that the option is enabled. •...
  • Page 69: Msr Input

    DataWedge Configuration | 69 Disable – Disables Picklist mode. Any bar code within the field of view can be decoded (default). Centered - Enables the Picklist mode so that only the bar code in the center of the image is decoded. This is most useful when used in conjunction with the static and dynamic reticle viewfinder modes.
  • Page 70: Keystroke Output

    70 | DataWedge Configuration Keystroke Output Use to configure the Keystroke Output Plug-in for the profile. • Enabled — Enables or disables this plug-in. A check in the checkbox indicates that the plug-in is enabled (default - enabled). • Action key character - Enables decoding of a special character embedded within a bar code data for use in native Android applications.
  • Page 71: Intent Overview

    DataWedge Configuration | 71 • Advanced data formatting - is a way to customizing data before transmission. Use advanced data formatting (ADF) to edit scan data to suit requirements. Enable - Enables or disables ADF. A check in the checkbox indicates that ADF is enabled (default - disabled). Rules - ADF uses rules to customize data.
  • Page 72: Ip Output

    72 | DataWedge Configuration String contains the label type of the bar code. • String DATA_STRING_TAG = “com.symbol.emdk.datawedge.data_string”; String contains the output data as a String. In the case of concatenated bar codes, the decode data is concatenated and sent out as a single string. •...
  • Page 73: Using Ip Output With Ipwedge

    DataWedge Configuration | 73 Usage This section provides information on how to configure IP Output using the DataWedge configuration user interface. To use IP Output in a particular DataWedge profile (for example: Profile0), scroll downward on IP Output. Figure 61: IP Output Screen Using IP Output with IPWedge IPWedge is a computer application that can be easily configured to retrieve data sent over network by DataWedge IP Output.
  • Page 74: Using Ip Output Without Ipwedge

    74 | DataWedge Configuration Figure 63: IP Address Entry 7 Touch Port. 8 In the Enter port number dialog box, enter same port number selected for IPWedge computer application. Figure 64: Port Number Entry 9 Configure Advanced data formatting and Basic data formatting Plug-in if any required modification to be done to captured data before sending to remote computer.
  • Page 75: Generating Advanced Data Formatting Rules

    DataWedge Configuration | 75 Figure 66: IP Address Entry 7 Touch Port. 8 In the Enter port number dialog box, enter the port number that the host computer application is listening on. Figure 67: Port Number Entry 9 Configure Advanced Data Formatting and Basic Data Formatting Plug-in if any required modification to be done to captured data before sending to remote computer.
  • Page 76: Creating A Rule

    76 | DataWedge Configuration Figure 68: Advanced Data Formatting Screen 5 Touch the Enable checkbox to enable ADF. Creating a Rule Note: By default, Rule0, is the only rule in the Rules list. Procedure: Press 2 Touch New rule. 3 Touch the Enter rule name text box. 4 In the text box, enter a name for the new rule.
  • Page 77: Defining Criteria

    DataWedge Configuration | 77 Defining Criteria Procedure: 1 Touch Criteria. Figure 70: Criteria Screen 2 Touch String to check for option to specify the string that must be present in the data. 3 In the Enter the string to check for dialog box, enter the string 4 Touch Done.
  • Page 78: Defining An Action

    78 | DataWedge Configuration 15 For Barcode inputs, touch the All decoders enabled checkbox to select all bar code symbologies. Deselect the All decoders enabled checkbox to individually select the symbologies. 16 Press until the Rule screen appears. 17 If required, repeat steps to create another rule. 18 Press until the Rule screen appears.
  • Page 79: Adf Example

    DataWedge Configuration | 79 Type Actions Description Move past a Moves the cursor forward past the specified string. Enter the string in the data field. Data Modifi- Crunch spaces Remove spaces between words to one and remove all spaces at the be- cation ginning and end of the data.
  • Page 80 80 | DataWedge Configuration • Code 39 bar code. • length of 12 characters. • contains 129 at the start position. Modify the data as follows: • Pad all sends with zeros to length 8. • send all data up to character X. •...
  • Page 81 DataWedge Configuration | 81 34 Touch String. 35 In the Enter a string text box, enter X. 36 Touch OK. 37 Press three times. Press 39 Touch New action. 40 Select Send char. 41 Touch Send char rule. 42 Touch Character code. 43 In the Enter character code text box, enter 32.
  • Page 82: Datawedge Settings

    82 | DataWedge Configuration Figure 74: Formatted Data DataWedge Settings The DataWedge Settings screen provides access to general, non-profile related options. Press > Settings. Figure 75: DataWedge Settings Window • DataWedge enabled - Enables or disables DataWedge. To disable DataWedge uncheck this option. •...
  • Page 83: Exporting A Configuration File

    DataWedge Configuration | 83 Press 5 Touch Settings. 6 Touch Import. 7 Touch SD Card. 8 Touch Import. The configuration file (datawedge.db) is imported and replaces the current configuration. Exporting a Configuration File Procedure: Touch Touch Press 4 Touch Settings. 5 Touch Export.
  • Page 84: Restoring Datawedge

    84 | DataWedge Configuration 7 Touch Export. 8 Touch Export. The profile file (dwprofile_x.db, where x = name of the profile) is saved to the root of the microSD card. Restoring DataWedge To restore DataWedge to the factory default configuration: Procedure: Touch Touch...
  • Page 85: Programming Notes

    The default Datawedge profile takes care of the scanning in the application. You might want to create another DataWedge profile that caters to any specific scanning needs, associated to your Application's Activity pertaining to scanning. Disable DataWedge on MC32N0 and Mass Deploy To disable DataWedge and deploy onto multiple MC32N0 devices: Procedure: Touch Touch Press 4 Touch Settings.
  • Page 86 86 | DataWedge Configuration Sample Intent sendIntent = new Intent(); sendIntent.setAction(“com.symbol.emdk.datawedge.api.ACTION_SOFTSCANTRIGGER”); sendIntent.putExtra(“com.symbol.emdk.datawedge.api.EXTRA_PARAMETER”, “TOGGLE_SCANNING”); sendBroadcast(sendIntent); April 2015 | MN000887A01-B...
  • Page 87: Chapter 5: Administrator Utilities

    87 | Administrator Utilities Chapter Administrator Utilities Note: This chapter applies to Android devices only. We provide a suite of utilities that allow an administrator to manage the following features: • Multi-user Login - The Multi-user Login feature allows an administrator to set up the device to be used by multiple users.
  • Page 88: Enterprise Administrator Application

    88 | Administrator Utilities Enterprise Administrator Application Note: .Net Compact Framework 4 or later is required to run the Enterprise Administrator. To download, go to www.microsoft.com. Use the Enterprise Administrator application to setup user and group accounts and create the required (Password, Group and White List) files for using the Multi-user and Application Lock features.
  • Page 89: Adding Packages

    Administrator Utilities | 89 Figure 77: User Manager Window 2 In the Username text box, enter a user name. The text is case sensitive and required. 3 In the Password text box, enter a password for the user. The text is case sensitive and required. 4 In the Retype Password text box, re-enter the user password.
  • Page 90: Creating Groups

    90 | Administrator Utilities 4 Repeat steps 1 through 3 for each additional package. Creating Groups Create groups of users that have access to specific applications. Procedure: 1 Click + above the Groups list. The Group Manager window appears with a list of users and packages. Figure 79: Group Manager Window 2 In the Group name text box, enter a name for the group.
  • Page 91: Save Data

    Administrator Utilities | 91 Figure 80: Authentication Window 2 Select the Remote radio button. 3 In the Server IP text box, enter the address of the remote server. 4 In the Port text box, enter the port number of the remote server. 5 Select the use SSL Encryption check box if SSL encryption is required.
  • Page 92: Importing Group List

    92 | Administrator Utilities 2 Navigate to the location when the passwd file is stored. 3 Select the passwd file. 4 Click Open. The user information is populated into the Users list. Importing Group List Procedure: 1 Click File → Import → Group List. 2 Navigate to the location when the group file is stored.
  • Page 93: Editing A Package

    Administrator Utilities | 93 2 Click -. 3 Click Yes. The group name is removed from the list. Editing a Package Procedure: 1 Select a package in the Packages list. 2 Click Edit Package. 3 Make changes and then click OK. Deleting a Package Procedure: 1 Select a package in the Packages list.
  • Page 94: Disabling The Multi-User Feature

    94 | Administrator Utilities Figure 82: MultiUser Login Screen 5 In the Login text box, enter the username. 6 In the Password text box, enter the password. 7 Touch OK. Disabling the Multi-user Feature Note: To disable the Multi-user Login feature, the user must have administrator rights. A message displays at the bottom of the screen notifying the user.
  • Page 95: Disabling Remote Authentication

    Administrator Utilities | 95 Disabling Remote Authentication Caution: When Remote Authentication is enable, the device searches for the remote server during the login procedure. If the remote server is not available or the address is incorrect, the user would not be able to login and an Enterprise reset is required to access the device.
  • Page 96: Delete User Data

    96 | Administrator Utilities Delete User Data Note: To delete user data, the user must have administrator rights. A message displays at the bottom of the screen notifying the user. Procedure: Touch Touch Press 4 Touch Delete Individual User Data. A dialog box displays with all of the users that currently have data associated with their log in.
  • Page 97: Disabling Application Lock

    Administrator Utilities | 97 Touch 3 Touch Enable Application Lock. Disabling Application Lock Procedure: Touch Touch 3 Touch Disable Application Lock. Manual File Configuration Groups File A Groups file is a text file that provides a list of groups and assigns users to each group. The text file contains one line for each group.
  • Page 98: Groups File

    98 | Administrator Utilities <package1Name> = the package name allowed for this group. Wild cards are allowed for this field. Example: Refer to the example of the Groups file above. A White List file of the name AdminGroup could have the following lines: com.companyname.application com.symbol.*...
  • Page 99: White List File

    Administrator Utilities | 99 Note: If the same user is assigned to multiple groups, then that user’s White List will be a logical union of the White Lists for all of the groups that user is assigned. A line starting with the # character is considered a comment and is ignored. Examples: •...
  • Page 100: Determining Applications Installed On The Device

    100 | Administrator Utilities Determining Applications Installed on the Device To determine the names of applications installed on the device for use with the Enterprise Administrator application: Procedure: 1 Connect the device to the host computer. Note: See Development Tools on page 118 for information on installing the USB driver for use with adb.
  • Page 101: Viewing Key List

    Administrator Utilities | 101 Figure 83: Enter Key Dialog Box 6 In the Enter key text box, enter the key name followed by the key value obtained in step 1, using the following format: <Key Name> <Key value in Hex String> Example: key2 1234567890abcdef1234567890abcdef1234567890abcdef1234567890abcdef The key value must be a 64 hexadecimal character string.
  • Page 102: Volumes

    102 | Administrator Utilities Note: If a key is deleted then all the volumes created using that key are un-mounted. The same key is required to re-mount the volume. Volumes Creates an encrypted file system (volume) on the device. The user must have Administrative privileges to create a volume.
  • Page 103: Mounting A Volume

    Administrator Utilities | 103 Mounting a Volume Procedure: 1 Touch Mount Volume. 2 Touch sdcard or internal. 3 Touch OK. 4 Select a volume. 5 Touch OK. Listing Volumes Procedure: 1 Touch Volume List. 2 Touch sdcard to list volumes on the microSD card or internal to list volumes on internal storage. 3 Touch OK.
  • Page 104: Off-Line Extraction Tool

    104 | Administrator Utilities When creating an encrypted volume, the parameter information can be imported from a file instead of entering manually. Procedure: 1 On a host computer, create a text file. 2 In the text file enter the following: <Volume Name>...
  • Page 105: Mounting An Image

    Administrator Utilities | 105 Please enter EFS file name (e.g. /tmp/1.efsmot): <volume name> Please enter encryption key (64-bytes hex value): Please enter the EFS image size (in MB): <volume size in MB> Please enter EFS image filesystem type (e.g. ext4, vfat...): ext4 DONE - OK 2 The utility first prompts for the name of the volume to create.
  • Page 107: Chapter 6: Settings For Android Devices

    107 | Settings for Android Devices Chapter Settings for Android Devices Note: This chapter applies to Android devices only. This chapter describes settings available for configuring the device. Location Settings Use the Location services settings to set preferences for using and sharing location information. Touch >...
  • Page 108: Single User Mode

    108 | Settings for Android Devices Slide - Slide the lock icon to unlock the screen. PIN - Enter a numeric PIN to unlock screen. See Set Screen Unlock Using PIN on page 108 for more information. Password - Enter a password to unlock screen. See Set Screen Unlock Using Password on page 109 for more information.
  • Page 109: Set Screen Unlock Using Password

    > Security. Touch Make passwords visible. A check in the checkbox indicates that the option is enabled. Button Remapping The MC32N0’s buttons can be programmed to perform different functions or shortcuts to installed applications. • Trigger 1- Scan button •...
  • Page 110: Remapping A Button

    110 | Settings for Android Devices Remapping a Button Procedure: Touch 2 Touch Key Programmer. Figure 89: Key Programmer Screen 3 Select the button to remap. 4 Touch the BUTTON REMAPPING tab or the SHORTCUT tab that lists the available functions and applications.
  • Page 111: Exporting A Configuration File

    1 Copy the configuration file (key-config.xml) from a host computer to the root of the microSD card. See Communication on page 55 for more information. 2 On the MC32N0, use File Browser to move the file from the root of the microSD card to the / enterprise/usr folder. Touch 4 Touch Key Programmer.
  • Page 112: Creating A Remap File

    112 | Settings for Android Devices Creating a Remap File The administrator can create an xml configuration file and import it into any MC32N0 device. Use any text editor to create the xml file with the filename: key-config.xml. <?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?>...
  • Page 113: Enable Key Wakeup

    5 Touch the checkbox next to the key to enable wake up. On the MC32N0–G, Trigger-1 is the scan key and Trigger-2 is the Triger. On the MC32N0–R/S, Trigger-1 is the scan key and Trigger-2 is the right and left scan butons. 6 Press...
  • Page 114: Accounts

    Android Keyboard • Chinese keyboard About Device Use About device settings to view information about the MC32N0. Touch > About device. • Status - Touch to display the following: Battery status - Indicates if the battery is charging (on AC power) or discharging (on battery power).
  • Page 115 • Hardware config - Lists part number for various hardware on the MC32N0. • Legal information - Opens a screen to view legal information about the software included on the MC32N0. • Model number - Displays the devices model number.
  • Page 117: Chapter 7: Application Deployment For Android Devices

    117 | Application Deployment for Android Devices Chapter Application Deployment for Android Devices This chapter describes features in Android including new security features, how to package applications, and procedures for deploying applications onto the device. Security The device implements a set of security policies that determine whether an application is allowed to run and, if allowed, with what level of trust.
  • Page 118: Development Tools

    118 | Application Deployment for Android Devices • Trusted credentials - Touch to display the trusted system and user credentials. • Clear credentials - Deletes all secure certificates and related credentials. Development Tools Android development tools are available at http://developer.android.com. To start developing applications for the device, download the development SDK and the Eclipse IDE.
  • Page 119: Application Installation

    Application Deployment for Android Devices | 119 Application Installation After an application is developed, install the application onto the device using one of the following methods: • USB connection, see Installing Applications Using the USB Connection on page 119. • Android Debug Bridge, see Installing Applications Using the Android Debug Bridge on page 119.
  • Page 120: Installing Applications Using A Microsd Card

    120 | Application Deployment for Android Devices Caution: When connecting the device to a host computer and mounting its microSD card, follow the host computer’s instructions for connecting and disconnecting USB devices, to avoid damaging or corrupting files. Prerequisites: Ensure that the ADB drivers are installed on the host computer. See ADB USB Setup on page 118.
  • Page 121: Uninstalling An Application

    3 Press and hold the Power button until the menu appears. 4 Touch Reset. 5 On the MC32N0-G, press and hold the Trigger button or on the MC32N0–R/S, press and hold the right Scan button.. MN000887A01-B | April 2015...
  • Page 122: Storage

    8 Press the Enter button. 9 Use the navigation keys to navigate to the MC32N0JxxRUyyzzzzz.zip file . 10 Press the Enter key. The System Update installs and then the MC32N0 resets. Storage The device contains four types of file storage: •...
  • Page 123: External Storage

    External Storage The MC32N0 can have a removable microSD card. The microSD card content can be viewed and files copied to and from when the MC32N0 is connected to a host computer. Some applications are designed to be stored on the microSD card rather than in internal memory.
  • Page 124: Internal Storage

    Internal Storage The MC32N0 has internal storage. The internal storage content can be viewed and files copied to and from when the MC32N0 is connected to a host computer. Some applications are designed to be stored on the internal storage rather than in internal memory.
  • Page 125: Viewing Application Details

    Application Deployment for Android Devices | 125 Figure 101: Manage Applications Screen The Manage Applications screen has four tabs, with lists of applications and their components in each. At the bottom of each tab is a graph of the memory used by the items in the list and amount of free memory. Touch an application, process, or service in a list to open a screen with details about it and, depending on the item, to change its settings, stop it or uninstall it •...
  • Page 126: Stopping An Application

    126 | Application Deployment for Android Devices Stopping an Application To monitor how much RAM running applications and cached processes are using and if necessary, stop them. Procedure: Press > Manage apps. 2 Swipe the screen to display the Running tab. 3 Touch Show cached processes or Show running services to switch back and forth.
  • Page 127: Managing Downloads

    Application Deployment for Android Devices | 127 4 Touch Move to SD card to move the bulk of the application from the device’s internal storage to the microSD card. 5 Touch Move to device to move the application back to the device’s internal storage. Managing Downloads Files and applications downloaded using the Browser or Email are stored on the microSD card in the Download directory.
  • Page 129: Chapter 8: Synchronization

    • Synchronizes files between the MC32N0 and host computer, converting the files to the correct format. • Backs up the data stored on the MC32N0. Synchronization is a one-step procedure that ensures the data is always safe and up-to-date. •...
  • Page 130: Setting Up A Connection Using Activesync

    1 Select Start > Programs > Microsoft ActiveSync on the host computer. The ActiveSync Window displays. Figure 104: ActiveSync Window Note: Assign each MC32N0 a unique device name. Do not try to synchronize more than one MC32N0 to the same name.
  • Page 131: Setting Up A Connection Using Wmdc

    Synchronization | 131 Figure 105: Connection Settings Window 3 Select Allow USB connections check box. 4 Select the Show status icon in Taskbar check box. 5 Select OK to save any changes made. Setting Up a Connection Using WMDC Procedure: 1 Select Start >...
  • Page 132: Setting Up A Partnership

    132 | Synchronization Setting up a Partnership Procedure: 1 If the Get Connected window does not appear on the host computer, select Start > All Programs > Microsoft ActiveSync. Figure 108: New Partnership Window 2 Select if you want to create synchronize with the host computer or to connect as a guest. 3 Click Next.
  • Page 133 5 Click Finish or Setup. Figure 111: Connected Window During the first synchronization, information stored on the MC32N0 is copied to the host computer. When the copy is complete and all data is synchronized, the MC32N0 can be disconnect from the host computer.
  • Page 135: Chapter 9: Settings For Wince Devices

    Use the Display tab configure display interaction settings. Figure 112: Display Tab The Auto Orientation parameter controls the display rotation according to the MC32N0 orientation. Select the Auto Orientation checkbox to enable this feature. Auto orientation is disabled by default.
  • Page 136: Wake Up On Motion

    IST. A high setting allows IST to issue a wake up action when an easier movement to the MC32N0 is detected. Shake the MC32N0 to test the set sensitivity. An audio sound is heard and a message is displayed on screen when the shaking level reaches the set sensitivity level.
  • Page 137: Events Tab

    Use the Event tab to display the event details. This feature in IST mainly focuses on abuse by dropping the device. Figure 115: Events Tab Use the Audible Notification panel to enable playing of a wave file when the MC32N0 is dropped. Select a desired .wav file from the Sounds: drop-down list.
  • Page 138 138 | Settings for WinCE Devices Figure 116: Sensors Tab Tap on each sensor to view the Sensor Info. Sensor Info The Sensor Info list displays the name, ID, range, unit, scale, connectivity and status of the sensor. Figure 117: Sensor Info Window Tap Menu to select VisualizeView or GraphView for the sensor.
  • Page 139: Ist Info

    Settings for WinCE Devices | 139 Figure 119: GraphView Window IST Info Use the IST Info tab to view IST software information. Figure 120: IST Info Tab Table 9: IST Info Tab Information Item Description CPL Ver Displays the version information of IST control panel. API Ver Displays the version information of IST application programming interface.
  • Page 140: Battery Usage Threshold Setting

    140 | Settings for WinCE Devices Figure 121: Power Settings – Wakeup Tab Table 10: Wakeup Default Settings Condition for Wakeup Power Button Automatic Time-out AC power is applied. Mobile computer is inserted into a cradle. Mobile computer is removed from a cradle. Mobile computer is connected to a USB device.
  • Page 141: Registry Setting

    Settings for WinCE Devices | 141 Figure 122: Power BatteryMgmt Tab Registry Setting Create the following registry key: [HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\ControlPanel\Power] “EnableCycleCntThresholdEdit”=DWORD:0 where: • dword:0 = Enable threshold change Warm boot the device to have the registry setting take effect. Changing Threshold Value 1 Tap Start >...
  • Page 142: Bluetooth Configuration Setting

    After setting the registry key, warm boot the MC32N0. Sample Applications and StartUpCtl Configuration The MC32N0 with Windows CE 7.0 contains a set of sample applications that can be installed on the device. As part of the installation, an application called StartUpCtl is also installed.
  • Page 143 Settings for WinCE Devices | 143 To remove the installed applications (after a cold boot is performed): 1 Tap Start > Programs > Windows Explorer. 2 Open the Application folder. 3 Delete the Sample.C folder and its contents. 4 Delete the StartUpCtl folder and its contents. 5 Delete the Samples.C file.
  • Page 145: Chapter 10: Application Deployment For Windows Ce

    Platform Software Developer Kit (Platform SDK) for MC32N0 The Platform SDK for MC32N0 is used in conjunction with the EMDK for C to create Windows CE applications for the wearable terminal. The Platform SDK installs a new Windows CE device type and its associated libraries onto the development PC.
  • Page 146: Windows Ce Flash Storage

    Flash File System (FFS) Partitions and Non-FFS Partitions. FFS Partitions The MC32N0 includes two FFS partitions. These partitions appear to the MC32N0 as a hard drive that the OS file system can write files to and read files from. Data is retained even if power is removed.
  • Page 147 Since these early loading drivers read these keys before RegMerge gets a chance to change them, the MC32N0 must be cold booted. The warm boot does not re- initialize the registry and the early loading driver reads the new registry values.
  • Page 148: Deployment

    Zebra. This partition is mandatory for the MC32N0. • Splash Screen: a bitmap smaller than 16 Kb (and limited to 16 bits per pixel) is displayed as the MC32N0 cold boots. To download a customized screen to display, see Creating a Splash Screen on page 157.
  • Page 149: Copying Files From A Host Computer

    1 Ensure that ActiveSync or Windows Mobile Device Center is installed on the host computer and that a partnership was created. 2 Connect the MC32N0 to the host computer using a Single Slot Serial/USB cradle or an appropriate cable. 3 On the host computer, select Start > Programs > ActiveSync.
  • Page 150: Mass Storage

    4 In the drop-down list, select Platform or Application. 5 Select OK. 6 Connect the MC32N0 to a host computer using either a Single-slot Serial/USB cradle or a USB Client Charge cable. 7 On the host computer, open Windows Explorer. The MC32N0 appears as a hard disk drive in Windows Explorer.
  • Page 151: Updating Images

    6 Open the OSUpdate folder. 7 Double tap on the file: 32N0c70Ben_TEMP.lnk. 8 When the OS Update application finds the appropriate file, it loads the package onto the MC32N0. A progress bar displays until the update completes. 9 When complete, the MC32N0 re-boots and the calibration screen appears.
  • Page 152 Loading Files From an SD Card Procedure: 1 Copy the files to the root directory of an SD card. 2 Insert the SD card into the MC32N0. 3 Install the battery. 4 Simultaneously press the Power button and the 1 and 9 keys.
  • Page 153 1 Download the USBDownload application from the Support Central web site. Follow the installation instructions with the application. 2 Connect the MC32N0 to a host computer using the Single Slot Serial/USB Cradle or USB Charge Cable. 3 On the host computer, launch the USBDownload application.
  • Page 154 154 | Application Deployment for Windows CE Caution: To ensure a successful download, do not remove power from the mobile computer while in Bootloader. 8 Use the up and down scroll buttons to select Download from USB, then press ENT. The Bootloader displays the following: Figure 133: Waiting for Input 9 On the host computer, locate the hex files to download.
  • Page 155: Bootloader Error Detection

    Application Deployment for Windows CE | 155 Figure 135: USB Download Window 11 Click the SEND DATA button. The hex file(s) is downloaded to the device. Figure 136: Download Complete Screen 12 On completion, press ENT to return to the Bootloader main screen to select the next file to download. 13 To exit Bootloader, select Exit from the Bootloader main screen and press ENT.
  • Page 156 156 | Application Deployment for Windows CE Error Error Text Probable Cause Number Can't read from the The source device (either USB or SDMMC) could not be read from. Check source device source device connectivity and retry. Can't write to the The destination device (either NAND, RAM, Power Micro, IST, Keyboard destination device Controller or CPLD) could not be written to.
  • Page 157: Creating A Splash Screen

    Creating a Splash Screen A custom splash screen can be created and loaded onto the MC32N0. To create a custom splash screen: Procedure: 1 Create a .bmp file using a graphic program with the following specifications: •...
  • Page 159: Chapter 11: Maintenance And Troubleshooting

    The touch-sensitive screen of the MC32N0 is glass. Do not to drop the MC32N0 or subject it to strong impact. • Protect the MC32N0 from temperature extremes. Do not leave it on the dashboard of a car on a hot day, and keep it away from heat sources.
  • Page 160: Cleaning Instructions

    160 | Maintenance and Troubleshooting • Do not use incompatible batteries and chargers. Use of an incompatible battery or charger may present a risk of fire, explosion, leakage, or other hazard. If you have any questions about the compatibility of a battery or a charger, contact Zebra Customer Support Center.
  • Page 161: Cleaning The Mc32N0

    They may be cleaned as frequently as required, but it is advisable to clean the camera window periodically when used in dirty environments to ensure optimum performance. Cleaning the MC32N0 Housing Using the alcohol wipes, wipe the housing including buttons.
  • Page 162: Cleaning Cradle Connectors

    If the temperature is low and humidity is high, longer drying time is required. Warm temperature and dry humidity requires less drying time. Troubleshooting The following tables provides typical problems that might arise and the solution for correcting the problem. Troubleshooting the MC32N0 Table 12: Troubleshooting the MC32N0 Problem Cause Solution Mobile computer does Main battery not Charge or replace the main battery.
  • Page 163 Place the MC32N0 within proper scanning range. tween the MC32N0 and bar code is incor- rect. MC32N0 is not Program the MC32N0 to accept the type of bar code being scanned. programmed for the bar code type. Table continued… MN000887A01-B | April 2015...
  • Page 164: Single Slot Serial/Usb Cradle Troubleshooting

    164 | Maintenance and Troubleshooting Problem Cause Solution MC32N0 is not If the MC32N0 does not beep on a good decode, set the application to programmed to generate a beep on good decode. generate a beep. MC32N0 cannot find Too far from...
  • Page 165: Four Slot Charge Only Cradle Crd3000-4000Cr Troubleshooting

    Maintenance and Troubleshooting | 165 Problem Cause Solution The MC32N0 is Remove and re-insert the MC32N0 into the cradle, ensuring it is firm- not fully seated in ly seated. the cradle. Extreme battery Battery does not charge if ambient temperature is below 0 °C (32 °F) temperature.
  • Page 166: Four Slot Ethernet Cradle Crd3X01-4001Er

    Battery is not charging. MC32N0 removed from Replace the MC32N0 in the cradle. The Standard Life Battery the cradle too soon. fully charges in less than hours and the Extended Life Battery fully charges in less than eight hours.
  • Page 167: Cables

    Ensure the cable is receiving power. Ensure MC32N0 is MC32N0 battery is not from cable or cable was un- seated correctly. If the MC32N0 battery is fully depleted, it charging. plugged from AC power too can take up to five hours to fully recharge a Standard Bat- soon.
  • Page 169: Chapter 12: Technical Specifications

    169 | Technical Specifications Chapter Technical Specifications The following sections provide technical specification for the device. MC32N0 Technical Specifications The following table summarizes the MC32N0’s intended operating environment and technical hardware specifications. Table 18: MC32N0 Technical Specifications Item Description Physical Characteristics...
  • Page 170 170 | Technical Specifications Item Description Network Connections Full-speed USB client, full-speed USB host, Bluetooth and WiFi. USB host mode available with appropriate cables only. Notification LEDs and audio notifications Keypad Options 28-key Numeric 38-key Shifted Alpha (calculator-style integrated numeric keypad) 48-key Alpha-Numeric (calculator-style integrated numeric keypad) Audio Speaker, microphone, and headset connector (2.5 mm jack).
  • Page 171 Technical Specifications | 171 Item Description Encryption: WEP40/WEP104, TKIP and AES Authentication:TLS; TTLS (CHAP*, MSCHAP, MSCHAPv2, PAP or MD5*); PEAP (TLS*, MSCHAPv2, GTC); LEAP; FAST (TLS*, MSCHAPv2, GTC). Other: Wi-Fi, CCXv4 certified, and supports IPv6 FIPS 140–2 certi- fied (Android), Q4–2014 (WinCE) * WinCE only Wireless PAN Data Bluetooth...
  • Page 172: Se965 Decode Zone

    172 | Technical Specifications Item Description Narrow: 10° (typical) 2D Imager Engine (SE4750) Specifications Field of View Horizontal - 48.0° Vertical - 36.7° Image Resolution 1280 horizontal X 960 vertical pixels Roll 360° Pitch Angle +/- 60° from normal Skew Tolerance +/- 60°...
  • Page 173: Se4750-Sr Decode Zone

    Technical Specifications | 173 Typical Working Ranges Symbol Density/ Note 1 Bar Code Content/ Contrast Bar Code Type Near 5.0 mil ABCDEFGH 1.2 in 12.5 in Code 39 80% MRD 3.05 cm 31.75 cm 7.5 mil ABCDEF 1.1 in 18.5 in Code 39 80% MRD 2.79 cm...
  • Page 174: Mc32N0 Connector Pin-Out

    72.39 cm Note 2 Note: 1 Photographic quality bar code at 18° pitch angle under 0.1 fcd ambient illumination. 2 Dependent upon width of bar code. MC32N0 Connector Pin-Out Figure 137: I/O Connector Table 21: I/O Connector Pin-Outs Signal Name Description Ground/Return Table continued…...
  • Page 175: Mc32N0 Accessory Specifications

    Technical Specifications | 175 Signal Name Description Cradle_IN* When grounded, the MC32N0 detects it is in the cradle. RS232 DCD (into MC32N0) USB_N USB negative USB_P USB positive Ground/Return BOTG_VBUS2 USB power out USB_P2_7_SCTR USB ID U1_TXD_RS232 RS232 TXD (out of MC32N0)
  • Page 176: Four Slot Charge Only Cradle Chs3000-4001Cr Technical Specifications

    176 | Technical Specifications Item Description Electrostatic Discharge (ESD) +/- 15 kV air +/- 8 kV contact +/- 8 kV indirect discharge Four Slot Charge Only Cradle CHS3000-4001CR Technical Specifications Table 23: CHS3000-4001CR Technical Specifications Item Description Dimensions Height: 12.0 cm (5.0 in.) Width: 45.7 cm 18.0 in.) Depth: 10.1 cm (4.0 in.) Weight...
  • Page 177: Four Slot Battery Charger Sac7X00-4000Cr Technical Specifications

    Technical Specifications | 177 Item Description Operating Temperature 0 °C to 50 °C (32 °F to 122 °F) Storage Temperature -40 °C to 70 °C (-40 °F to 158 °F) Charging Temperature 0 °C to 40 °C (32 °F to 104 °F) Humidity 5% to 95% non-condensing Drop...
  • Page 179: Chapter 13: Keypad Remap Strings

    179 | Keypad Remap Strings Chapter Keypad Remap Strings Note: This chapter applies to Android devices only.wince Keypad Remap Strings Table 26: Remap Key Event/Scancodes Key Event Scancode SOFT_LEFT SOFT_RIGHT HOME BACK CALL ENDCALL STAR227 POUND DPAD_UP DPAD_DOWN DPAD_LEFT Table continued… MN000887A01-B | April 2015...
  • Page 180 180 | Keypad Remap Strings Key Event Scancode DPAD_RIGHT DPAD_CENTER VOLUME_UP VOLUME_DOWN CAMERA COMMA PERIOD ALT_LEFT ALT_RIGHT Table continued… April 2015 | MN000887A01-B...
  • Page 181 Keypad Remap Strings | 181 Key Event Scancode SHIFT_LEFT SHIFT_RIGHT SPACE EXPLORER ENVELOPE ENTER GRAVE MINUS EQUALS LEFT_BRACKET RIGHT_BRACKET BACKSLASH SEMICOLON APOSTROPHE SLASH PLUS MENU SEARCH PAGE_UP PAGE_DOWN PICTSYMBOLS SWITCH_CHARSET BUTTON_A BUTTON_B BUTTON_C BUTTON_X BUTTON_Y BUTTON_Z BUTTON_L1 BUTTON_R1 BUTTON_L2 BUTTON_R2 Table continued…...
  • Page 182 182 | Keypad Remap Strings Key Event Scancode BUTTON_THUMBL BUTTON_THUMBR BUTTON_START BUTTON_SELECT BUTTON_MODE April 2015 | MN000887A01-B...