You set up BT-W Series terminals not on the control panel but from the system menu.
You can start up the system menu by either of the following methods:
The "Test Read" screen is provided for you in the system menu.
Start up the menu for reading barcodes by System Menu -> "5. Function Test" -> "1. Read Code".
You set up the wireless LAN from the system menu.
Make the various wireless LAN settings by System Menu -> "2. Network Settings" -> "1.Wireless LAN".
To check communication, execute the ping command by "5. Function Test" -> "2. Server Connection".
Yes, you can set whether to establish connection by the wireless LAN when the OS is started up from the system menu.
Check that the connection is automatically established again when the OS is started up by System Menu -> "2. Network Settings" -> "1.Wireless LAN" -> "1.Connection".
You can select whether or not to attach keys during reading in the system menu.
Select attached keys/control code by System Menu -> "1.Basic Settings" -> "2.Reading Setting" -> "1.Reading Parameters".
You register the application you want to start up on the system menu.
Register the application by System Menu -> "1.Basic Settings" -> "1.System Settings" -> "4.Startup Application".
Hold the PW key down for about ten seconds. Hold the key down until the LED at the top right of the screen starts blinking (green). The OS is restarted.
You initialize the terminal settings from the system menu.
Start up the menu for initializing terminal settings by System Menu -> "3. Update" -> "5. Initialize". When you perform initialization with all items selected, the terminal is initialized to its factory settings.
You calibrate the touch panel from the system menu.
Execute touch panel calibration by System Menu -> "1.Basic Settings" -> "3.Input Settings" -> "2.Touch Panel".
(The BT-W70/W75 does not have this function because it does not have a touch panel.)
BT-W100/W150 support both VGA and QVGA. (The default setting is VGA.)
Change the setting by System Menu -> "1.Basic Settings" -> "4.Output Settings" -> "1.Screen Display".
BT-W80/W85/W70/W75 support only QVGA You cannot switch to VGA on these terminals.
You can perform a right-click operation by touching and holding the touch panel at the target point.
The F4 key is supported when the mouse emulation function is enabled on the BT-W70/W75.
The BT-W70/W75 does not have a touch panel, so it incorporates a mouse emulation function for intuitively operating Windows screens.
Press the Fn key. The cursor is displayed and you can use the mouse emulation function.
To move the mouse cursor, operate the cross key, to left-click the mouse, press the ENT key, and to right-click the mouse, press the F4 key.
The most common method is to perform kitting using the clone function between terminals.
Select the "33. Clone" screen on the BT system menu. You can connect to eight units from one main unit at the same time. After that, you can clone these eight units as main units, so this makes it possible to perform kitting on multiple units without taking a long time.
* You have to manually configure settings that differ on each unit (such as an IP) after the kitting is finished.
You can do this by using background mode.
You can enable background mode from the "151. Power Management" screen on the BT system menu.
You may have updated the firmware by following the procedure incorrectly.
Carefully check the procedure again, and then apply the same version file.
Three gauges → 50% or more
Two gauges → 30% to 50%
One gauge → 5% to 30%
No gauges → 5% or less
Clear the "Update startup" check box on the "151. Power Management" screen on the BT system menu.
This is not a malfunction. The settings were initialized automatically because the RAM disk backup could not be performed due to the battery dying. If files were saved on the RAM disk, copy them back to this disk.
Hold down the power (PW) button for 10 seconds or longer.
On the "121. Reading Parameters" screen on the BT system menu, change the destination for transferring the data during the resident scan to the remote connection.
Press Alt + F4 to exit the application.
Use the key assignment tab on the "131. Key" screen on the BT system menu to assign the Alt key to a different key. You can press Alt + F4 to exit the application.
Press F11 to display the control bar.
Use the key assignment tab on the "131. Key" screen on the BT system menu to assign the F11 key (which sets 0x7A in the user definition) to a different key.
Click the pen mark in the notification area at the bottom of the screen.
Select "CYCLICSIP" from the displayed list.