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UT 84321 ii  Archer 2 Rugged Handheld Owner’s Manual

Contents 1 Getting Started

The Anatomy of the Archer 2 Perform Initial Tasks Home Screen and Windows Start Menu Navigating Around Your Archer 2

2 3 8 9

Keypad Features Display and Touchscreen Power Management LED Activity Indicators Flashlight SD Cards Connector I/O Module Audio Features

Home Screen Windows Start Menu On-Screen Keyboard Suspend,

Reset,

Power Off,

and Restore Defaults Subdued Lighting (Tactical) Mode Communicating with a Desktop Computer Getting Started Application Information for Software Developers

Connecting to a Wi-Fi Network

Contents  iii

6 GPS/GNSS

Using GPS/GNSS

7 Camera

Camera Settings for Still Images Take Photos and Select Photo Options Videos Photo and Video Library

Set up a Data Account with a Wireless Provider Install the Mini SIM Card Set up the Cell Modem Wireless Safety Maintenance of Your Modem

Quick Start – Easily Scan a Barcode Now Barcode Connector Utility Barcode Troubleshooting

A Storage,

Maintenance and Recycling Storing the Archer 2 and Battery Pack Protecting the Touchscreen Cleaning the Archer 2 Recycling the Archer 2 and Batteries

B Warranty and Repair Information Limited Product Warranty Extended Warranties Repairing the Archer 2

C Warnings and Regulatory Information Product Warnings Certifications and Standards

D Specifications

Archer 2 Rugged Handheld Specifications

Index

iv  Archer 2 Rugged Handheld Owner’s Manual

Getting Started

The Archer 2 Rugged Handheld™ from Juniper Systems features Bluetooth,

Wi-Fi and a numeric keypad.

Standard accessories include a lithium-ion battery pack,

AC wall charger,

USB micro client sync cable,

and a capacitive stylus and tether.

A camera,

and barcode scanner are options.

The Anatomy of the Archer 2 Front and Back Features 8 1 9 10 2

3 4 6 7

11 Speaker

programmable indicator on the left)

Battery Compartment and Card Slots 1

Screws,

Hand Strap (door removed) 2 Battery Pack

Micro 5 Battery Compartment

3 4 5

Connector Module and Barcode Reader 6 1 2

Micro 3 Microphone/Speaker Jack

Full Size 5 9-pin Serial Port 6 12V DC Jack 7 Barcode Window (option)

Perform Initial Tasks

When you receive your Archer 2,

perform the tasks outlined in this section before first use.

Review Documentation The owner’s manual,

and Microsoft License Agreement are available in English,

French,

German,

Spanish,

Other documents like release notes are available in English.

These documents are located on our website at: www.

junipersys.com/Archer-2/support.

View,

and print Ch 1  Getting Started  3

(Adobe Reader must be installed on your computer.

It is free from Adobe’s website at: www.

Apply a Screen Protector (Optional) The touchscreen is extremely scratch resistant,

so a screen protector is not included with the Archer 2.

If you decide to apply one,

refer to the installation instructions included with your screen protector for specific details.

Install the Battery Pack,

SD Card,

and Mini SIM Card The Archer 2 uses a rechargeable Li-Ion battery pack.

Install and charge the battery pack as follows: 1.

The battery compartment is accessed from the back of the handheld.

Loosen the 4 captive screws holding the battery compartment door in place using a #1 Phillips screwdriver.

Remove the door.

You do not need to remove the hand strap.

CAUTION: The Archer 2 is not sealed against water and dust when the battery door is not installed.

If you are using a micro SD card for additional memory or a mini SIM card with the 3G Data Modem (optional),

you can install them now before you install the battery pack or at another time.

See more details about these cards in Chapter 2,

Hardware Components,

Micro SD Cards,

3G Data Modem,

Install the Mini SIM Card.

Place the Li-Ion battery pack in the compartment.

Make sure the symbols on the battery pack label align with the symbols inside the compartment.

Line the symbols up on the case and the battery pack as shown

Replace the door and tighten the screws.

Plug the AC wall power charger that came with the Archer 2 into a wall socket.

Plug the other end into the DC power jack on the Archer 2.

The red LED on the keypad blinks when the battery pack is charging.

Ch 1  Getting Started  5

Attach the Stylus Tether A capacitive stylus and tether are included with the handheld.

Note: A stylus is not required to use the touchscreen.

One end of the tether is attached to the stylus.

To attach it to the hand strap,

Pull the free tether loop through the tether ring on the hand strap.

Insert the stylus with the attached tether through this loop and tighten the loop.

Place the stylus into the holder on the hand strap.

Perform Set Up 1.

The handheld powers on and begins the startup process.

A splash screen is shown that includes a progress indicator at the bottom of the screen.

A Microsoft ® Windows Embedded Handheld screen is shown.

The Clock and Alarms control panel appears.

Adjust the time zone,

date and time if necessary and tap OK.

The Home screen appears (layout varies by model).

Note: If you have a barcode,

the Barcode Connector screen is shown.

Refer to Chapter 9 for details.

Press the power button to suspend the handheld.

Charge the battery pack at room temperature (68° F or 20° C) for 4 to 5 hours.

While the battery pack is charging,

When it is fully charged,

Install the Operating System in Other Languages The operating system is provided in English by default.

It is also available in French,

German,

Spanish and Brazilian Portuguese.

You can download the operating system in one of these languages from our website.

Go to www.junipersys.

com/Archer-2/support and select Downloads,

Full installation instructions are also available here.

Ch 1  Getting Started  7

Home Screen and Windows Start Menu

You need to be familiar with two screens as you read this manual and use the Archer 2: the Home screen and Windows Start menu.

Note: The Windows soft key and the shift + Home button sequence toggle back and forth between the Home screen and Windows Start Menu.

 Title Bar  Applications 

 Dashboard with Function Gadgets

 Shortcuts to Favorite Applications  Tiles/Soft Keys  Home Screen

Windows Start Menu

Home Screen The Home screen is your main control center for the Archer 2.

The content varies based on which model you have and can be customized.

It is automatically shown when the Archer 2 is turned on.

You can get to it from any other screen by pressing and releasing the Home screen button on the keypad.

Windows Start Menu The Windows Start menu gives you access to all of the applications on the Archer 2.

You can get to it from any screen by tapping the Windows tile (soft key) on the display or pressing the shift + Home buttons on the keypad.

More information about these screens is located in Chapter 3,

Programs and Settings.

Navigating Around Your Archer 2 Using Gestures and Making Selections The Windows ® Embedded Handheld operating system enhances the ability of the handheld to recognize touch gestures,

making it easy to use a finger to navigate.

Use of the capacitive stylus is an option.

The keypad buttons can also be used.

Navigation options vary depending on the screen you are on.

Here is a partial list of options:

Vertical and Horizontal Movement 1.

Flick up,

down or sideways on the touchscreen.

For more precise positioning,

and move the screen up or down.

Use the scroll bar if it is available.

Use the shifted up down right and left buttons on the keypad to move around on a screen.

A horizontal scrolling menu is located on control panel screens near the top.

Press the left or right arrow keys to scroll through the topics (this feature replaces tabs).

Make a Selection Using the Touchscreen 1.

Press or tap the function gadget or application icon you want to select,

Press and hold a function gadget to bring up a control panel,

Using the Keypad 1.

Use the shifted up down right and left keys arrow keys to select (highlight) a gadget or icon on the screen.

System Info has been selected below:

Perform the selected action by pressing the return button.

(For dashboard gadgets like Wi-Fi,

one key press Ch 1  Getting Started  9

of the return key shows you which icon is selected

a second key press performs the action

and a third key press turns the action off.

For application icons on the Start screen or in favorites,

continue to use the return button until you get to the screen or menu you want.) 2.

Use the shift + OK keypad buttons to select Enter,

You can also bring up the control panel for selected actions on the Home screen.

Updates to the Operating System and Documents Updates to the operating system and technical documents are located on our website at www.junipersys.com/ Archer-2/support.

Select Downloads,

Full install instructions are also available here.

View System Information for Your Archer 2 To view your operating system version number,

press the System Info icon on the Home screen or go to Start > Settings > System > System Information.

Expand System ID.

Compare version numbers to see if your operating system is current.

Owner’s Manual and Quick Start Guide Versions Compare part numbers to see if you have the most recent version of the Owners Manual and Quick Start Guide.

2 Hardware

Components

Hardware Components

This chapter discusses the Archer 2 Rugged Handheld hardware features and usage.

Keypad Features

The Archer 2 has a numeric keypad with sealed buttons,

and programmable keys and LEDs.

Press and Release

Button „„

P1 P3

P2 P4

Pictures and Videos Notes application function

take picture or start and stop video Photo and video library (for units without a camera)

Hold-to-Zoom function (press and hold) „„

Shift Function

Barcode scan Buttons control panel (for units without a barcode scanner)

Display brightness down Record audio note (press and release then press and hold until complete)

Right soft key

Display brightness up

Context Menu

Task Manager

Back-tab

Up (varies by screen)

Backspace (delete)

Enable or disable touchscreen

Home screen

Start screen (toggle)

Press and Release Button 4 4 5 OK 6

Left (varies by screen)

Select OK on the screen

Right (varies by screen)

Shift Function

Return Take picture or start video Perform highlighted action (use default action or select using arrow keys)

Return Take picture or start video Perform highlighted action (use default action or select using arrow keys)

Shift (Function) „„ Use specific shift function: Press and release first,

then press and release the button with the desired shift function.

„„ Turn shift function on for all keys: Press and release twice.

To turn shift off,

See blue LED description

See description of the specific button

Down (varies by screen)

Power Suspend/Resume Power Button menu (press and hold)

Ch 2  Hardware Components  13

Programmable Buttons The P1,

To bring up the Program Buttons screen,

you can press the target button if your handheld does not have a barcode scanner.

If you have a barcode scanner or the target button has been reassigned,

select the Settings icon on the Home screen,

You can also go to the Start screen by selecting the Windows soft key or pressing the + buttons,

then selecting Settings > Personal > Buttons.

Under 1.

Select a button,

a list of programmable buttons and their current assignments is shown.

Select the button you want to reassign.

At the bottom of the screen under 2.

Assign a program,

select the down arrow button to bring up a list of programs and functions.

Select the item you want to reassign to the selected button.

Ch 2  Hardware Components  15

Keypad Backlight Make keypad brightness adjustments through the Backlight control panel,

Start > Settings> System > Backlight > External Power.

(Note that External Power and Battery Power are adjusted on different screens.

Select screens from the horizontal menu near the top of the screen.

) Move the Keypad slider up to brighten the backlight or down to dim it.

Dimming the keypad backlight saves battery power when the Archer 2 is in use.

Note: The keypad backlight turns off when the display backlight dims or the Archer 2 is suspended.

Display and Touchscreen

The Archer 2 has a bright,

color display and capacitive touchscreen with a diagonal viewing area of 4.3 inches (109 mm).

It is easy to view outdoors and sealed against water and dust.

The Windows ® Embedded Handheld operating system enhances the ability of the Archer 2 to recognize touch gestures,

making it easy to use a finger to make selections and navigate.

A capacitive stylus (optional accessory) can also be used.

Display Settings Type and Orientation To adjust the display settings including the text size and orientation,

go to the Screen control panel,

Start > Settings> System > Screen.

The screen is designed to be used in portrait orientation.

A landscape orientation could impact the performance of an application.

Note: Capacitive touchscreens do not need to be aligned.

Ignore the Align Screen option.

Ch 2  Hardware Components  17

Zooming in on the Display You can zoom in on the display to view the content at a 50% larger size.

Making selections on the touchscreen is easier,

especially when the content is small.

Zoom options: 1.

Hold-to-Zoom

The screen zooms to that location.

Make selections as desired.

Release the P1 button to return to the regular screen size.

Magnifying glass

Select the magnifying glass on the left.

This zooms in on the content.

Move the screen around with your finger until you find the information you want.

Select the magnifying glass symbol in the upper right hand corner of the screen to return the screen to the regular size.

Display Backlight Brightness Settings The default setting for the display backlight is 80%.

Adjust the display brightness by pressing the brightness down button sequence,

and brightness up button sequence,

You can also make brightness adjustments through the Backlight control panel,

Start > Settings> System > Backlight.

(Note that External Power and Battery Power are adjusted on different screens.

Select these screens from the horizontal scrolling menu near the top of the screen.) Move the Display slider up to brighten the backlight or down to dim it.

Dimming the Display Automatically The display has a minimum brightness setting that it dims to when the Archer 2 is idle for the time interval indicated.

The display backlight dims by 50%,

so the display is still partially visible.

You can adjust the dim time interval (see the previous screen) for battery and/or external power.

Dimming the display backlight saves battery power.

To bring the backlight back up to the full brightness setting tap on the dimmed display.

Note: The Archer 2 can be set up in subdued lighting Ch 2  Hardware Components  19

Refer to Chapter 3 for instructions.

Turning the Screen Off Automatically You can set up the display backlight to turn off after set intervals.

Tap on the top title bar from any screen and select the battery icon from the list of applications that drops down.

Alternately,

go to the Backlight control panel,

Start > Settings > System > Backlight.

Near the bottom of the screen it says “Adjust Power Settings to conserve power.” Select the hyperlink power (see the previous screen shot).

The Power control panel is shown.

Select Advanced from the horizontal scrolling menu near the top of the screen.

For battery and external power select how long the screen stays on when it is not in use.

Shorter times save battery power.

Disabling and Enabling the Touchscreen You can disable the touchscreen.

This is useful when you are running an application and you want to see the screen while avoiding accidental touchscreen activation.

The touchscreen can also be disabled for cleaning purposes.

Press the shift + backspace touchscreen on and off.

Press and hold the power button to bring up the Power Button menu.

Select Disable TS.

(You must use option 1 above to enable the touchscreen.) When the touchscreen is disabled,

this icon is shown in the title bar until the touchscreen is enabled again.

Power Management

The Archer 2 uses a Li-Ion rechargeable battery pack.

CAUTION: Only use batteries designed for the Archer 2 from an approved vendor.

Use of non-approved batteries may void your product warranty.

Charging the Battery Pack To charge the battery pack,

then refer to the instructions in Chapter 1,

Getting Started.

It typically takes 4 to 5 hours to fully charge a battery pack.

We recommend that you keep the handheld battery pack charging when it is not in use for up to two weeks.

When you plug the handheld into the wall charger that comes with it,

the batteries are prevented from being overcharged.

The Li-Ion battery pack is charged most efficiently at room temperature (68°F or 20°C).

The battery pack will not charge if it is too hot or too cold.

CAUTION: The Archer 2 is not sealed against water and dust when the battery door is not installed properly.

Ch 2  Hardware Components  21

Battery Life Battery life on a full charge is generally up to 20 hours (this can vary depending on the applications used,

To see how much battery power remains tap on the top title bar from any screen and select the battery icon from the list of applications that drops down.

This takes you to the Power control panel.

A screen showing the remaining battery power is shown:

Battery packs last approximately 1,000 to 3,000 charging cycles before they need to be replaced.

This is impacted by factors like the environment the Archer 2 is being used in and the applications used.

Summary of Options to Reduce Power Usage You can adjust some settings to preserve power: 1.

Turn off the display (suspend) after a set interval: See Display Backlight Suspend Interval earlier in this chapter.

Dim the backlight after a set interval: See Adjusting the Keyboard Backlight and Adjusting the Display Backlight earlier in this chapter.

Disable radios when not in use: Turn radios off from the Home screen or Start > Settings > Connections > Wireless Manager.

LED Activity Indicators

LED activity indicators are located on the keypad underneath the power button.

Red LED on the right (associated with power adapter): „„ Blinking: AC adapter is plugged in and the battery is charging „„

Solid: AC adapter is plugged in and the battery is full (not charging) Ch 2  Hardware Components  23

Green LED on the left (associated with notifications): „„ When the operating system has something to notify you of,

For example,

if you turn GPS on the green LED blinks periodically.

Blue LED on the left (associated with shift functions): „„ Solid: When you press the shift key,

the blue LED lights up and stays on until another key is pressed (unless the shift function is locked by pressing the shift key twice).

If the shift function is locked,

the blue LED stays on until the shift key is pressed again.

Only one LED is on at a time.

The blue and green LEDs are in the same location on the left.

They are user programmable through application software.

Flashlight

Geo units have a flashlight located underneath the camera window in the back of the Archer 2.

The flashlight gadget must be on the Home screen in order to use it.

Tap on the icon once to turn on the brightest illumination.

Tap the gadget again for medium brightness,

and a third time to turn it off.

Note: This is also the camera flash.

SD Cards

The Archer 2 has a slot for a micro SD card located in the battery compartment.

To insert or remove a card follow these steps: 1.

Power off the handheld.

Loosen the screws to the battery compartment and remove the door (the hand strap remains attached).

CAUTION: The Archer 2 is not sealed against water and dust when the battery door is not installed properly.

Remove the battery pack.

An image on the battery compartment label shows the correct location and orientation for the SD card (slot on the right).

Push the card into the slot to insert it.

To remove the SD card,

Replace the battery pack and attach the battery door.

Power up the handheld.

Ch 2  Hardware Components  25

Connector I/O Module

The Archer 2 connector I/O module has the following jacks and connectors: 5

USB client,

Audio jack: 3.5mm

microphone or stereo output (pin detect) 3.

USB host,

COM1: RS-232C 9-pin D-sub connector,

Power input jack: 12 to 24 VDC for power input and battery charging The connector module is user-replaceable.

Contact our sales department or your supplier for details.

Note: The connectors are sealed and do not require a connector protector to prevent water ingress.

Audio Features

The Archer 2 has the following audio features: „„

Speaker

Listen to audio notes,

Microphone

Audio Jack

Adjusting Audio Settings To set audio options,

tap on the top title bar and select the audio icon from the list of applications that drops down.

You can also go to Start > Settings > System > Audio.

The Audio control panel,

Output screen,

Ch 2  Hardware Components  27

From the Output screen you can adjust the speaker options.

Select the Input screen from the horizontal menu near the top of the screen.

You can adjust the onboard and headset microphones as desired.

3 Programs

Programs and Settings

This chapter discusses the Archer 2 Rugged Handheld programs and settings.

Home Screen

The Home screen is your main control center for the Archer 2.

View vital system information and quickly access functions and applications that are frequently used.

The default home screen for a basic unit is shown below.

Different functions are shown depending on which model you have.

You can customize the Home screen.

Title Bar

Dashboard

Favorites

Tile Bar

You can get to the Home screen from any screen by pressing the Home button on the keypad.

Tap on a gadget or icon to turn a function or application on or off.

Tap and hold a gadget to go to a control panel.

From the keypad you can use the shifted up down right and left keys arrow keys to select (highlight) a gadget or an icon on the screen.

Perform the selected action by pressing the return button.

Title Bar and Pop Up Icons The title bar is at the top of every screen.

It identifies the page and shows status icons indicating functions like connectivity status,

Tap the title bar to bring up larger,

touchable icons in a horizontal-scrolling bar.

Select a function to use or to view the settings and adjust them as desired.

Title Bar Pop Up Icons

Dashboard The dashboard consists of a background image and up to six dashboard gadgets that serve as functional indicators and control buttons.

You can switch between two color schemes and select which gadgets are shown.

Tap on the menu soft key and select Switch Color Scheme to change color schemes or Configure to select gadgets.

The current gadgets are covered with a blue symbol as shown below.

Tap on the gadget you want to replace.

A list of available dashboard gadgets is shown.

Tap on your new selection.

The dashboard icon changes when you make a selection.

If Ch 3  Programs and Settings  31

Dashboard Gadget Functions Wi-Fi: Shows the state of the Wi-Fi radio and provides the name of the wireless network that it is attached to.

Bluetooth ® wireless technology: Shows the state of the Bluetooth radio.

Email: Shows the number of unread email messages.

If there are multiple email accounts,

the total number of unread messages is aggregated from all accounts.

Calendar: Shows the next appointment.

Tasks: Shows the current number of tasks.

GPS/GNSS Status (Geo model): Shows the current state of GPS reception and the state of the GPS receiver.

It also shows the number of satellites in view,

the number of satellites used to calculate the fix (SV),

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