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Dolphin™ 9700-MSCR Magnetic Stripe and Smart Card Reader Quick Start Guide Introduction Attaching the MSCR to the Dolphin The Magnetic Stripe and Smart Card Reader (MSCR) for the Dolphin 9700 enables easy data capture with the swipe of a magnetic stripe card or smart card insertion. The MSCR snaps onto the bottom panel of the Dolphin terminal for easy installation or removal. 1. Press the Power key to put the terminal in Suspend mode. 2. Remove the stylus from the Dolphin 9700 stylus slot and store it in the stylus loop on the hand strap. 3. Slide the MSCR onto the terminal until the MSCR snaps in place. Software Requirements Before you connect the Dolphin terminal to the 9700-MSCR, make sure you have the most current software installed. To check the terminal’s system information, tap Start > Power Tools > SysInfo. The kernel version must be 20.01 or later in terminals running Windows Mobile 6.5 Classic. In terminals running Widow Mobile 6.5 Professional, the kernel version must be 21.01 or later. Service pack version 7 or later is required. D9700 MSCR Demo Application Not all Dolphin 9700 terminals are equipped with the D9700 MSCR Demo application. For download and installation instructions, see Installing the MSCR Demo Application, in this quick start guide. Application Developer Note For maximum battery performance, turn off power to the 9700-MSCR when the module is not in use. 97-MSCR-QS Rev A 12/10 MSCR LED Indicator Using the MSCR Demo Application The single LED indicator located on the top surface of the MSCR housing denotes the communication status and the selected function (i.e., Magnetic Stripe Reader or Smart Card Reader). You can use the MSCR Demo application to verify that the Dolphin 9700 terminal can receive data from the MSCR. This color and status means . . . Green Green LED activity indicates the Magnetic Card function is selected. active Slow Flashing The MSCR has power and is idle. Solid A magnetic stripe card is being swiped/read. Fast Flashing The MSCR has successfully read the magnetic card. 1. On the Dolphin terminal, tap Start > File Explorer > My Device > Program Files > D9700 MSCR Demo > D9700MSCRTest. Note: Not all Dolphin 9700 terminals are equipped with the D9700 MSCR Demo application. For download and installation instructions, see Installing the MSCR Demo Application, in this quick start guide. 2. Connect the MSCR to the Dolphin terminal. This color and status means . . . Yellow Yellow LED activity indicates the Smart Card function is selected. 4. Check the box next to, Power. Slow Flashing The MSCR has power and is idle. Fast Flashing The Dolphin is performing smart card read/write operations. 4. Press the Power key to wake the terminal. Indicator LED Magnetic Stripe Card Slot Dolphin 9700 I/O Connector Smart Card Slot with Rubber Cover Release Latch Note: You can swipe the card from either the left or the right. Make sure the magnetic stripe of the card is facing down, toward the I/O connector as shown. Starting the MSCR Demo Application 3. Verify COM1 is selected from the pull down menu. active Note: To improve unit grip and reduce the possibility of accidental drop, Honeywell recommends using the supplied hand strap while operating the terminal with the MSCR attached. Note: The LED indicator on the MSCR emits a single long green flash and then flashes approximately every three seconds. By default, the Magnetic Stripe Reader function is activated when power is supplied to the MSCR. Testing the Magnetic Stripe Reader 1. Swipe a magnetic stripe card. The green LED stays illuminated for the duration of the swipe. 2. The LED rapidly flashes green four times to indicate a good read. The data from the card appears on the terminal’s screen. Note: If the LED does not flash, the card swipe was not successful. Testing the Smart Card Reader 1. Remove the Rubber Cover protecting the smart card slot. Note: Do not discard the rubber cover. The cover protects the smart card slot when not in use. 2. Select SCR. The LED indicator changes to yellow, emits a single long flash, and then flashes every 3 seconds. 3. Insert a smart card into the slot below the serial port. Do not remove the smart card from the reader. 2. Download the Honeywell D9700 MSCR Demo.cab file to the workstation. 3. Connect the terminal to the workstation using a Honeywell communication peripheral. Note: Make sure the contacts of the card are facing up, toward the keypad on the terminal. 4. Open ActiveSync and click Explore. 5. Click on the My Windows Mobile-Based Device folder and copy the downloaded file to the IPSM > Autoinstall folder on the terminal. 4. Tap the ATR button in the D9700MSRTest window. Note: The yellow LED rapidly flashes during data collection. If the LED does not flash rapidly, the MSCR is not accessing the data on the smart card. 6. Do one of the following: • 5. The data from the card appears on the terminal’s screen. • Installing the MSCR Demo Application Not all Dolphin 9700 terminals are equipped with the D9700 MSCR Demo application. To download and install the application: 1. Go to www.honeywellaidc.com. Select Support > Downloads. Click Software and then select DOLPHIN9700 from the product list. Tap on the Honeywell D9700 MSCR Demo.cab inside the Autoinstall folder to install the application. Press and hold the RED + ENT keys on the terminal to perform a hard reset (cold boot). The application will install as part of the Autoinstall process that occurs during each hard reset. Set Up and Start ScanWedge 1. Tap Start > File Explorer. Navigate to the IPSM folder. 2. Tap on the ScanWedge.exm file to open it. 3. Drill down to the Comm folder. 4. Locate the Key column near the bottom of the screen. Tap and hold on Enable. 5. Select Modify. Set the Value to Enable. 6. Tap OK on the Navigation Bar. 7. Using the same procedure in steps 4 through 6, set the BaudRate to 9600 and PowerOut to Enable. 8. Tap OK. 9. Tap Start > Power Tools > ScanWedge. Test Swipe a Magnetic Stripe Card Note: A hard reset erases all of the data stored in RAM memory and all RAM installed applications! 1. Tap Start > Notes. Using ScanWedge to Test the MSCR 2. Swipe a magnetic stripe card. The green LED stays illuminated for the duration of the swipe. ScanWedge is a utility on Dolphin Terminals that can send data received from the decoder, serial port, or IrDA interface to the foreground application. The foreground application is the open software application whose window is currently active on the screen. Note: You can swipe the card from either the left or the right. Make sure the magnetic stripe of the card is facing down, toward the I/O connector. 3. The LED rapidly flashes green four times to indicate a good read. The data from the card appears on the terminal’s screen. Note: The ScanWedge utility does not support smart card reading. Removing the MSCR from the Terminal Technical Assistance 1. Press the Power Key to put the Dolphin terminal in Suspend mode. Contact information for technical support, product service, and repair can be found at www.honeywellaidc.com. 2 2 2. Press in the release latches located on the left and right sides of the MSCR. 3. Slide the MSCR off the terminal base. 3 Charging the Terminal The MSCR facilitates cradle and cable charging of the Dolphin 9700 while attached to the bottom of the terminal. The MSCR is compatible with all Dolphin 9700 charging cables, and the 9700 HomeBase™, ChargeBase™, eBase™, and Net Base. Note: The Dolphin 9700 with an attached MSCR cannot be used with the Dolphin 9700 Mobile Base or Mobile Mount peripherals. If you are using one of these peripherals, you can temporarily snap-fit the MSCR to the terminal to swipe cards, then remove the MSCR to connect the terminal to the peripheral. User Documentation Refer to www.honeywellaidc.com for detailed user documentation or for localized versions of this Quick Start. Patents For patent information, please refer to www.honeywellaidc.com/patents. Limited Warranty Refer to www.honeywellaidc.com/warranty_information for your product’s warranty information. Disclaimer Honeywell International Inc. (“HII”) reserves the right to make changes in specifications and other information contained in this document without prior notice, and the reader should in all cases consult HII to determine whether any such changes have been made. The information in this publication does not represent a commitment on the part of HII. HII shall not be liable for technical or editorial errors or omissions contained herein; nor for incidental or consequential damages resulting from the furnishing, performance, or use of this material. This document contains proprietary information that is protected by copyright. All rights are reserved. No part of this document may be photocopied, reproduced, or translated into another language without the prior written consent of HII. Web Address: www.honeywellaidc.com Trademarks Dolphin, HomeBase, Mobile Base, ChargeBase, eBase and Net Base are trademarks or registered trademarks of Hand Held Products, Inc. or Honeywell International Inc. Microsoft and Windows is a trademark or registered trademark of the Microsoft Corporation. Other product names mentioned in this manual may be trademarks or registered trademarks of their respective companies and are the property of their respective owners. ©2010 Honeywell International Inc. All rights reserved.
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