PHL 8000

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PHL 8000
PHL 8100 series
Scan engine MDL 1000
MDI 1000
OS version Windows CE 5.0
Communication USB
GSM/EDGE (optional)
SDK doc PHL 8000 SDK
Compiler suite Microsoft Embedded C++
Microsoft Visual Studio .NET

The PHL 8000 represents a product series of Opticon. The products are rugged units containing the Windows CE operating system.



Performing a Warm Boot ( Soft Reset ) on the PHL8000

To perform a Warm Boot on the H15, press the reset button on the back of the PHL8000. A Warm Boot will not delete any data or erase settings.

Performing a Cold Boot ( hard reset ) on the PHL8000

To perform a Cold Boot on the H15, a sequence of buttons has to be pressed. To cold boot press and hold the following keys at the same time: "power button"+"reset button" ( on the back ), then release them.
The device should now perform a Cold Boot.

WARNING: A cold boot resets the device into factory default settings. All data that is not in the DiskOnChip folder of the device, will be deleted.

What does the product name mean?

For the PHL8abc series:

a b c
1 Short keypad 1D Laser
2 Full keypad WLAN and BT
the ‘a’ can be 1 or 2 denoting Numeric Keypad or Full Keypad respectively
the ‘b’ can be 1 or 5 denoting 1D or 2D scan engine
the ‘c’ can be 2 or 4 denoting without or with GSM/EDGE respectively

What does the software version stand for?

A software version, for instance A01-53.40-E830, means the following:

Digit Purpose
A A: PHL 7000 C: PHL 8000
01 01: Opticon
5 4: CE4.2 5: CE5.0 6: CE6.0
3 3: Official release
40 Software version
E E: English
8 8: Short keypad C: Full keypad F:Both combined
3 3: ZCOM WLAN + BT A: Summit WLAN + BT
0 3: GPRS 0: No GPRS

How can I configure WiFi setting on my PHL-8000 or H15 device?

The WiFi module integrated in the PHL 8000 is from Summit Data Communication, Inc. and the WiFi management Software is from the same company. You can find the user manual of the Software here or if you prefer, it is possible to download a PDF Quick Start Guide.

The WiFi card supports Cisco Compatible Extensions version 4.

Also see the page for the PHL7000

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