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Information and specifications contained in this document are subject to change without prior notice and do not represent a commitment on the part of Intermec Technologies Corporation. Troubleshooting and Maintaining the CN Contents Cm2 and Accessories Your safety is extremely important.
Read and follow all warnings and cautions in this document before handling and operating Intermec equipment. You can be seriously injured, and equipment and data can be damaged if you do not follow the safety warnings and cautions. Global Services and Support Warranty Information To understand the warranty for your Intermec product, visit the Intermec web site at www.
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Who Should Read This Document? Before you install and configure the CN2, you should be familiar with your network and general networking terms, such as IP address.
Dr John Maddock mnaual no representations about the suitability of this software for any purpose. In this chapter you will find these sections: You must fully charge the main battery before you can use the CN2.
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To charge the battery, you need to install it in the CN2. To install and charge the battery 1 Push down on the battery door latch, and pull up on the battery door. Using any other power supply will damage the CN2. Utilisez uniquement le stylet pour retirer la pile. Removing the main battery when the backup battery low or critically low icon appears on the status bar may cause your CN2 to cold boot and you may lose data. The battery is critically low.
You need to charge the battery now. Using the Keypad The CN2 has either an key numeric keypad or a key scroll keypad. Using the Numeric Keypad You enter all of the characters and functions printed on the keys just like you would on a standard keyboard.
For example, press the 5 key to access the F5 function, which refreshes the selected folder or desktop. The icon turns off. Chapter 1 — Using the CN2 Handheld Computer Using the Scroll Keypad You enter all of the characters and functions printed on the keys just like you would on a standard keyboard.
Arrow intermce Power key 4 places Enter key If your CN2 does not resume after you press majual Power key, your battery may be too low to supply power.
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Replace or charge the battery. The screen is x pixels. The desktop is x pixels and the taskbar is x 20 pixels.
In addition, the screen supports Unicode characters, user-programmable fonts, and bitmap graphics. The desktop displays shortcuts to some of the applications installed on the CN2. The first intfrmec you turn on the CN2, the taskbar displays the Start menu icon, the time, the keyboard icon, and the desktop icon. Most of the default shortcuts on the desktop are standard Windows CE applications.
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Intermec Settings appears on your screen. If the screen does not respond when you tap it with the stylus, you may need to recalibrate the manuao.
To calibrate the screen on a CN2 with the numeric keypad 1 Press and hold the Orange key and then press Enter. Charge the battery soon. Battery is critically low. Charge the battery now.
Backup battery is low. The CN2 is authenticated with a strong connection to the access point. The CN2 is authenticated with a good connection to the access point. Tap the left arrow to view additional icons. Understanding the Status Lights The status lights on the CN2 turn on to indicate the status of the battery or a successful decode of a bar code. Understanding the Beeps The CN2 uses beeps to provide you with audio feedback when it performs some functions.
For example, you hear a beep each time you scan a valid bar code. Scanning Bar Codes Use the scanner to scan and enter bar code data. The CN2 supports the scanning of 1D linear bar codes. When you unpack the CN2, all the supported bar code symbologies are enabled: An SD card without a pull-tab can be very difficult to remove. SD card 3 Push the card into the slot until it is fully inserted. However, you will have to charge the CN2 battery more often. Windows keyboard shortcuts, such as Ctrl-S to save a file.
When you tap some input fields, the Software Input Panel or soft keyboard appears on your CN2 screen. You can ignore this soft keyboard and continue typing on the USB keyboard. In this chapter, you will find these sections: The CN2 provides several ways for you to configure the communications, device, and imaging parameters. Use the Setup Assistant to set or enable basic network parameters and connect your CN2 to the network.
You can access Intermec Settings while running any application. Use the following diagram to help find the commands you need to use to configure your CN2. These screens do not represent the exact information you will see on your CN2. They have been modified to show you how the information is structured. Use this diagram to help navigate through the Intermec Settings application.
This diagram should only be used as a guide; it does not accurately represent all of the information you will see on your screen.
If you try to exit Intermec Settings without saving your changes, a message box appears asking if you want to save your configuration changes. You can also return the CN2 to its default software configuration by resetting the registry and clearing the object store.
For instructions, see page The USB cable, communications dock, and modem dock are sold separately. The wireless CN2 has an internal This section of the manual assumes that you have already set up your wireless communications network including your access points. The access point acts as a bridge to allow communications between the wired network and the wireless network. The easiest way to configure the network parameters on the CN2 is to use Intermec Settings.
Intermec always recommends that you implement security. You must use either Microsoft Security or Funk Security software to implement your security solution. An alert box appears telling you that you must save your settings and warm boot the CN2 for your new security choice to take effect.
You must warm boot the CN2 after you change your security choice. Different profiles let your CN2 communicate in different networks without having to change all of your security settings. If you choose TLS: The value must match the key value on the access point. The passphrase must be from 8 to 63 characters. After you enter a passphrase, the CN2 internally converts it to a pre-shared key.
The value must match the key value on the authenticator. The Authentication Settings box appears. Once the radio starts to authenticate, the Network Password dialog box appears. Do not cold boot the CN2. Cold booting the computer resets the time and date.
Intermeec load certificates on the CN2 if you are using Active Directory 1 Configure the network and radio settings for the CN2 to communicate with your certificate authority or establish an ActiveSync connection with the CA. A dialog box appears asking if you interrmec to add the certificate to the root store. The Device Properties screen appears. The connection preferences such as Baud Rate specify how inetrmec CN2 communicates with the modem dock.
When you connect to the Internet for the first time, you can specify the exact numbers that the modem dials. Chapter 3 — Adding the CN2 to the Network 7 By default, the CN2 assumes that you are dialing from work, on a phone system that requires you to enter a 9 before dialing. If you do not need to enter 9 before dialing, follow these steps: You need to set up a connection to cm2 e-mail server. The Options screen appears. The Service name screen appears.
Developing and Installing Applications Use this chapter to understand how to develop and install applications for the CN2.