Yes, they can by using the key assignment function.
For example, scanning can be performed by pressing the F1 key, and the F2 key can also be assigned to the F3 key.
Enable the key assignment function by System Menu -> "1.Basic Settings" -> "3.Input Settings" -> "1.Key".
Yes, BT-W Series terminals can also communicate with a Bluetooth device while still connected to a wireless LAN since simultaneous enabling of a wireless LAN and Bluetooth communication is supported.
A BT-W Series terminal is provided with its own status bar, which can be used to display remaining battery power and wireless communication status.
Set the status bar by System Menu -> "1.Basic Settings" -> "4.Output Settings" -> "3.Status Bar".
Schedule the application you want to start up on the system menu.
Register the schedule by System Menu -> "4.Operation Settings" -> "6.Start Application".
When this function is used, the master file can be downloaded, the log can be sent, the OS can be restarted, or data can be backed up at a specified time, for example.
Yes, they can by using the standby off mode.
In the standby off mode, the OS is running in the background even if the terminal is powered down.
Although, the terminal still looks powered down, the OS itself is running, so the PC can connect to the terminal to download the master file or acquire the log from the terminal.
Set the standby off mode by System Menu -> "1.Basic Settings" -> "5.System Control" -> "1.Power Management".
When you program scan operations, turn the resident scan function off. Clear the check box for the resident scan function on the "121. Reading Parameters" screen on the BT system menu.
If you define multiple MsgWindow objects, multiple events will occur.
One common example is the case in which a new MsgWindow is generated without releasing the previous MsgWindow when moving from one Form to another.
The dbnetlib.dll file that is used differs between the actual device and Virtual PC.
Use one of the following.
Use the inventory counting samples and inventory searching samples as references.
They include the basic logic such as reading, saving data, and transferring data.
The application that you have developed may have a memory leak. You can obtain the remaining memory by using the GlobalMemoryStatus() Win32 API function, which enables you to isolate the cause of the problem, that is, which processes are consuming the memory.
In most cases, it is very difficult to identify the cause of memory consumption by a program. There are many examples where restarting the program periodically is used to solve the problem. Consider the automatic restarting settings shown below, which you can configure easily.
A method for disabling the session timeout of PC is shown below.
Select the "Run automatically on startup" check box on the "482. FTP Server" screen on the BT system menu to start an FTP server.
KEYENCE does not provide the handy terminal with antivirus software.
Generally speaking, antivirus software is not distributed for use with Windows CE.
If you attempt to display a large amount of content, such as a website designed for viewing on a PC, the memory may be insufficient and you may not be able to display the content. Try reducing the amount of content.
If you are using the BT system menu, you can only save one SSID.
A function for controlling the wireless settings (btWLANSetProperty) is available, so include this function in a program.