To access the operating system, the user must press the keys 'shift' + 'ins'

  • Battery -  Indicates the battery level.

  • Contrast - Indicates the contraste. You can use the arrows to alter it.

  • Light - Enables the access to or the cancelation of the backlight by using the arrows.

  • Time - Indicates the hour on the system, which can be changed.

  • Date - Indicates the date on the system, which can also be changed.

  • Barcode - Enables the laser reader to be tested.
To gain access to the technical operating system you should press ‘Shift’+’Del’
Technical Password :
(1º Digit day+ 1º digit hours + 6 )MOD 10
(2º Digit day+ 2º digit hours + 1 )MOD 10
(1º Digit month+ 1º digit hours + 6 )MOD 10
(2º Digit month+ 2º digit hours + 9 )MOD 10
0
0

You can use temporarilly the password 1111.

  • ID - Indicates the name of the system. This name is used to associate the terminal to the device's name.

    In an installation the terminal ID must have the same first 6 digits as in all the terminals. The last two digits must be different sequencial numbers. i.e.: "BAVIER01","BAVIER02","BAVIER03"...

  • Password - Allows the creation of a new password.

  • Language - Allows the selection of a language.

  • BaudRate - Velocity of the serial port.

  • Power Down - Time in seconds that the computer stays on but in standby.

  • Laser Time - Time in MiliSeconds that the laser stays on after releasing the key.

  • Backlight - Time in seconds that the light stays on once the key has been released.

  • ResetTime - Time in seconds that the computer stays on but in standby without resetting.

  • Bat Low - Computator's functional tension.

  • Bat Empty - Tension from which the computer switches off.

  • Reset - Clears the program in RAM, forcing this way a reading from the EEPROM on the next Hard Reset.

  • Save Prog - Saves the program in EEPROM. To initiate the recording you should press ‘61’. The recording process takes about 5 minutes. To clear the program in EEPROM you should boot the computer pressing the key 'DEL’.

  • Connect

    • Base à - Connects with the PC using the base.

    • Demo à - Establishes a connection with the base using screens saved on the very same base.

    • Beep à - Puts the base in beep more if there is communication with another base.

    • Base ? à Tests the communication with the base.

  • 1 on top - Define the keypad type on the terminal.

  • Find Base - Determines if the computer should search for a better base.

  • Work Base - Name of the current base, ‘BAS00’ default name. The base name must be:’XXX’+NN, where XXX is the name of the base and NN is the number of the base.  NN between the various bases must be sequential.

  • NumBases - Number of bases connected between themselves.

  • Send Prog - Enables the current program to be sent to another terminal. Then, the name of the terminal must be inserted. It takes +- 5 minutes.

  • Recv Prog - Enables the reception of a program via radio, from another terminal or from the Devkit.