Intermec CV30 User Manual Fixed mount computer. Information and specifications contained in this document are subject to change without prior noticed and do not represent a commitment 1 – internet explorer about:security_1cv8c.exe the part of Intermec Technologies Corporation. Page 3: Table Of Contents Using the CV30 Fixed Mount Computer Introducing the CV30 Fixed Mount Computer 2 Understanding the Features of the CV30 . Page 4 Configuring Security on the CV30 .
Page 5 Developing Applications for the CV30 . Telephone Support These services are available from Intermec. Page 9: Who Should Read This Manual Who Should Read This Manual This CV30 Fixed Mount Computer User’s Manual is for the person who is responsible for installing, configuring, and maintaining the CV30. This manual provides you with information about the features of the CV30, and how to install, configure, operate, maintain, and troubleshoot it. Page 10 Before You Begin There may be other U.
Page 11: Using The Cv30 Fixed Mount Computer Use this chapter to familiarize yourself with the CV30 Fixed Mount Computer. Page 12: Introducing The Cv30 Fixed Mount Computer Chapter 1 — Using the CV30 Fixed Mount Computer Introducing the CV30 Fixed Mount Computer The Intermec CV30 is a rugged fixed mount computer designed for real-time data collection applications in warehousing, distribution, work-in-process, time and attendance, and stationary applications. Page 14 CV30 Connector Descriptions Connector Power COM3 COM1 Ethernet Use this manual to understand how to use the features and options available on the CV30. Page 15: Using The Power Button CV30 back on, the computer resumes where it was when you turned it off. Page 16: Adjusting The Volume Using the Touch Screen The CV30 has a 6.
4 inch color VGA touch screen display with a resolution of 640 x 480 pixels. The touch screen has a built-in heater to reduce condensation on the external surface of the display when moving between sub-freezing temperatures and normal temperatures. Page 17: Navigating The Touch Screen CV30 is the Windows Mobile 5. This screen appears unless you have the TE 2000 application installed on the CV30. If you have the TE 2000 application installed, it launches after the initial booting sequence. Standard CV30 Today Screen Navigating the Touch Screen You can use the stylus accessory to navigate the touch screen. Page 18: Attaching The Cv30 To Power CV30 for it to operate.
Use the AC power supply and power cord when you are using the CV30 with a desk mounting kit or a wall mounting kit. The AC power supply does not provide power for the internal touch screen heater. Page 19: Understanding The Backup Power System The CV30 contains a backup battery that has enough capacity to support the suspend state for at least 72 hours. When power is restored to the CV30, it resumes the state it was in when the power was removed. An internal charger automatically charges the backup battery within 4 hours when external power is supplied.
Page 20: Understanding The Status Lights The CV30 systematically shuts down, restarts, and goes through the initialization process. Understanding the Status Lights The status lights on the CV30 turn on to indicate the status of the network connection, a successful decode of a bar code, or a user-defined function. Page 21: Installing An External Antenna CV30 Fixed Mount Computer User’s Manual Chapter 1 — Using the CV30 Fixed Mount Computer Color Description Blue The blue light indicates when the CV30 is ready to use in your application, typically TE 2000. Page 23: Connecting A Scanner For information on installing the compact keyboard, see the instructions that ship with it. CV30 if you order the appropriate RS-232 cable. 2 Attach the other end of the cable to the tethered scanner.
Page 25: Increasing Memory Storage CV30 currently supports SD cards that hold up to 2 GB of information. The SD card slot is located on the top of the CV30 under the top cover. You must remove the top cover to access the SD card slot. Page 26 Chapter 1 — Using the CV30 Fixed Mount Computer 4 Gently insert the SD card into the CV30. Antenna cable 5 Push the SD card into the slot until it latches in place. 6 Reattach the antenna cable, replace the top cover, and attach it with the six screws you removed in Step 2. Page 27: Understanding Windows Mobile This chapter introduces Microsoft Windows Mobile 5.
Page 28: Understanding Windows Mobile Pop-up menus give you quick and easy access to the most common actions. Help, then select a topic on your CV30 to find additional information on Windows Mobile components. Page 29: Learning The Basic Skills CV30 Computer. Using the Today Screen When you turn on your CV30 for the first time each day, you see the Today screen. You can also display it by tapping the Start icon at the top left of your display and then Today. On the Today screen, you can see important information for the day. Programs and then the program name.
The following is a partial list of programs that are on your CV30, in the order they appear in the Start menu. Look on the Windows Mobile CD for additional programs that you can install onto your CV30. Page 31: Using Pop-up Menus PC and the CV30. Typing Enter typed text into the CV30 by tapping keys on the onscreen keyboard or by using the handwriting recognition software.
Writing Use the stylus to write directly on the screen. Page 32 When you tap the displayed word, it is inserted into your text at the insertion point. The more you use the CV30, the more it learns to anticipate. Page 33: Using Transcriber Using Block Recognizer Character recognition software gives you a fast and easy method for entering information in any program on the CV30. Letters, numbers, and punctuation you write are translated into typed text. To use Block Recognizer 1 Tap the input panel arrow and then tap Block Recognizer.
Your writing is converted to text. Finding and Organizing Information You can use File Explorer to find files on your CV30 and organize these files into folders. You can install any program created for the CV30, as long as the computer has enough memory available. Select which information types are synchronized and control how much data is synchronized. Help, and then select a topic. Page 39: Configuring The Cv30 Configuring the CV30 Use this chapter to understand how to configure the CV30 to communicate in your network. Page 40: Configuring The Cv30 Operating Parameters Settings that allows you to set all of the operating parameters in one place.