Quick Reference Guide Lynx™ BT Readers

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Quick Reference Guide
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CONTENTS
Updates and Language Availability.....................................................................iv
Using Lynx™ BT Series Readers........................................................................ 1
Charging the Batteries ........................................................................................ 2
Lynx™ BT Operation........................................................................................... 4
Lynx™ BT Configuration ..................................................................................... 8
Operating Test .................................................................................................. 10
Lynx™ BT Default Configuration....................................................................... 11
Technical Features............................................................................................ 13
Troubleshooting ................................................................................................ 16
Patents .............................................................................................................. 17
Services and Support........................................................................................ 17
Warranty............................................................................................................ 17
Compliance ....................................................................................................... 18
Hex Numeric Table ........................................................................................... 23
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UPDATES AND LANGUAGE AVAILABILITY
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LYNX™ BT
USING LYNX™ BT SERIES READERS
®
The Lynx™ BT (Lynx™ Bluetooth ) series reader is a wireless scanner
communicating in the 2.4 GHz ISM band and using the Serial Port Profile
(SPP).
The Lynx™ BT series reader, paired with an OM-1000 BT cradle, builds a
Cordless Reading System for the collection, decoding and transmission of
decoded data. OM-1000 BT can be connected to a Host PC through a USB,
RS232 or Wedge emulation cable. For details refer to the OM-1000 BT Quick
Reference Guide. OM-1000 BT also serves as a battery charger for Lynx™ BT.
®
Together with a Bluetooth compatible remote device, Lynx™ BT also builds a
Cordless Reading System for the collection, decoding and transmission of
®
decoded data. The Bluetooth compatible remote device can be a PC, PDA,
®
®
printer, etc with a built-in Bluetooth device or with external Bluetooth adapter
®
(i.e. a Bluetooth dongle).
Using this Quick Reference Manual, you can initialize and start using your
Lynx™ BT reader with its default values for communicating with a
®
Bluetooth device. To change the default values or for details about
general configuration commands, refer to the Lynx™ BT Reference
Manual on the configuration CD-ROM.
Thanks to its aiming system, Lynx™ BT visually indicates the reading area and
since Lynx™ BT is a powerful omni-directional reader, the orientation of the
symbol is not important.
AIMING SYSTEM
The Lynx™ BT reader uses an intelligent aiming system similar to those on
cameras. By partially pulling the trigger, the aiming system indicates a field of
view to be positioned over the code:
Aiming System
When you pull the trigger completely a red beam illuminates the code. If the
aiming system is centered and the entire code is within the aiming system, you
will get a good read. The field of view changes size as you move the reader
closer or farther away from the code.
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DATALOGIC
Linear barcode
2D Matrix symbol
Relative Size and Location of Aiming System Pattern
The field of view indicated by the aiming system will be smaller when the
Lynx™ BT is closer to the code and larger when it is farther from the code.
Symbologies with smaller bars or elements (mil size) should be read closer to
the unit. Symbologies with larger bars or elements (mil size) should be read
farther from the unit.
Successful reading is signaled by an audible tone plus a good-read green led.
NOTE
If reading codes positioned on reflective surfaces, it may be
necessary to tilt the reader with respect to the code and/or set
the Camera Control parameters. For configuring the Camera
Control parameters refer to the Lynx™ BT Reference Manual
available on the CD-ROM.
CHARGING THE BATTERIES
By placing the reader into the C-1000 battery charger or the OM-1000 BT cradle
it is possible to charge the Lynx™ BT batteries. Make sure the charging LED
goes on.
The LEDs positioned on the battery charger signal the charge status, as
described in the following table:
LED
Charging
Batt Full
2
STATUS
Red On = the battery charge is in progress.
Green On = the battery is completely charged.
LYNX™ BT
Charging
Power on
Charge completed
The batteries must be charged at a temperature ranging from 0°
to 45 °C (+32° to +113 °F).
NOTE
For further details about LED functioning refer to the C-1000 and OM-1000 BT
Quick Reference Guide.
CHANGING THE BATTERIES
To change the batteries of your reader, unscrew the
battery cover screw, replace the old battery pack with a
new one of the same type, then insert the cover onto the
handle and screw it back into place. (See the following
figures).
To turn on the reader, press the trigger.
Battery Cover Screw
WARNING
Do not incinerate, disassemble, short terminals or
expose to high temperature. Risk of fire, explosion. Use
specified charger only. Risk of explosion if the battery is
replaced by an incorrect type. Dispose of the batteries
as required by the relevant laws in force.
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DATALOGIC
POWERING THE C-1000/OM-1000 BT
Connections should always be made with power off!
CAUTION
Apply power to C-1000/OM-1000 BT by connecting a power supply unit to the
connector on the rear panel of the battery charger/cradle.
C-1000/OM-1000 BT is ready to charge Lynx™ BT Series readers with Li-Ion
batteries.
Power Supply
C-1000 Power Supply Connector
LYNX™ BT OPERATION
RADIO CONNECTION
®
In the Bluetooth radio connection, the Lynx™ BT can operate as Slave or as
Master.
The green LED and/or the beeper always indicate the reader radio connection
status (see the table on page 5).
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LYNX™ BT
STATUS INDICATORS
Lynx™ BT Series Reader LED Functioning
LED
Red
Behavior
at Power On, blinks briefly, then a beep occurs. Then, it turns off;
lights when a wrong read occurs;
lights briefly when the aiming system is enabled;
Green
lights when a code has been read and decoded;
blinks during binding with OM-1000 BT (see OM-1000 BT Quick
Reference Guide for details);
single blink every 2 seconds when BT connection is active;
double blink every 2 seconds when BT connection is not active.
Lynx™ BT Series Reader Beeper Functioning
Beeper Behavior
Condition
4 ascending tones
during radio connection initialization.
4 descending tones
upon radio disconnection.
2 beeps
upon good read of a code, when paired to OM-1000
BT cradle.
1 beep
upon good read of a code, when communicating with
a BT device.
5
DATALOGIC
OPERATING WITH BLUETOOTH® DEVICE
NOTE
The following procedures must be performed only if using the
Lynx™ BT reader with a BT device. If using the reader paired to
an OM-1000 BT cradle, you must follow the configuration
procedures as described in the cradle Quick Reference Guide.
To start using your Lynx™ BT reading system you must:
®
®
1.
Have a compatible remote Bluetooth device (with built-in Bluetooth radio
®
®
or an external Bluetooth adapter) ready to work. See your Bluetooth
compatible device documentation.
2.
Charge the Lynx™ BT battery using C-1000 charger as described in this
Quick Reference manual. A full charge takes up to 4 hours with Li-Ion
batteries.
3.
Configure the reader as described in this Quick Reference manual under
"Lynx™ BT Configuration".
Lynx™ BT as Slave
®
A Lynx™ BT is Slave when it sends codes to a Master remote Bluetooth
device such as a PC, Laptop, PDA, etc, which has initialized the
communication.
Once set as Slave, a Lynx™ BT reader requires no particular configuration for
communication, however some radio parameters can be set to increase system
performance and data transmission security, see the Lynx™ BT Reference
Manual on the configuration CD-ROM. At startup the reader can only wait for
the Master to initialize the radio communication.
The following is a general procedure recommended for Lynx™ BT Slave
applications:
®
1.
Power up the remote Bluetooth Master device (e.g. Laptop or PC).
2.
Power up the Lynx™ BT reader within radio range (10 meters).
Any modifications to the radio configuration should be made at this time
before the radio connection takes place.
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®
3.
From the remote Bluetooth Master device, execute the Discovery
procedure, (according to the procedure given in the documentation of
®
the Bluetooth Master device), to recognize the Lynx™ BT reader(s)
within radio range.
4.
Check that "Datalogic BT Device s/n:
discovered devices.
5.
Request to open an SPP connection with Lynx™ BT, making sure to
disable any required PIN and/or pairing parameters. Lynx™ BT is
discoverable and connectable without any required PIN (default).
" is shown among the
LYNX™ BT
®
If the PIN of the Bluetooth Master device cannot be disabled,
use the PIN "1234". The Lynx™ BT Slave will emit four
ascending tones indicating radio connection.
NOTE
After the Lynx™ BT reader indicates radio connection (see the table on page 5),
you can start sending codes.
®
If the Master remote Bluetooth device can support a piconet, the
communication can be established with up to 7 Slave readers at the same time.
Lynx™ BT as Master
®
A Lynx™ BT is Master when the remote Bluetooth device is Slave, i.e. with a
®
Bluetooth barcode printer. Once set as Master, a Lynx™ BT reader must be
configured with the address of the Slave device to which it wants to
communicate.
By default, at startup the reader initializes the communication with the Slave. If
the connection is successful, the reader can send codes to the Slave device.
If the connection is not successful (i.e. working out of the radio coverage area),
you can attempt a connection manually by double-clicking the reader trigger.
Radio connections can also be managed manually as described in the Lynx™
BT Reference Manual on the configuration CD-ROM.
During the request of radio connection or disconnection with a remote
®
Bluetooth Slave device, the reader emits a series of ticks.
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DATALOGIC
LYNX™ BT CONFIGURATION
NOTE
The following procedures must be performed only if using the
Lynx™ BT reader with a BT device. If using the reader paired to an
OM-1000 BT cradle, you must follow the configuration procedures
described in the cradle Quick Reference Guide.
Configure the Lynx™ BT by choosing one of the two procedures below and
reading the codes in the given sequence.
LYNX™ BT AS SLAVE
1.
Restore Lynx™ BT default
2.
Set Lynx™ BT as Slave
3.
Reset Lynx™ BT
AMHKGPAOFNGNENEIEPANHOGOCK
AHHPMBAMDKEOFMHMLJALECHGIK
AKCBPJCJGIIJCMCFGPLCMMMNLK
AEFBJLBGMHPKMOGNKKNDPDMGGK
AAPHBAJIDGHPOJKEFPNCEACBHK
AFKFBKNGLGMOMELLGOPCMJFKIK
DDDDLDLLLDDLLLLDDDLDDLDLDL
AMHKHNFPFLHOENEIEPANHOGOCK
AFNFBEHCLGEOFMHMLJAKEDCGLK
APCHHJCJGIIJCMCFHPLGDGDBAK
AIFBJLBGMHPKMIDNJMGDLJNJKK
AAPHBAJICCFDDADLGCENADOFFK
AHKFBPKMFJGGMPIGLCBIOHLKJK
DDDDLDLDDDDLLLLDDLLDDLDLDL
AMHOHNBOHNGNENEIEPANHOGOCK
AHNFEBAMDKEOFMHMLJALFDAEJK
AKCBPJCJGIIJCMCEGJLDFBFHNK
AEFBJLBGMHPKMIAKOABAINNHGK
AAPHBAJJDGDPCKHHIKBJCAIBHK
AELFAMPFKHDKGIFAHAIKMECLKK
DDLLLLLLLDLLLLLDLDDDDLDLLL
YOUR READER IS NOW READY TO BE DISCOVERED (CONNECTED VIA
®
RADIO) BY A BLUETOOTH MASTER DEVICE AND READ CODES USING
THE DEFAULT VALUES.
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LYNX™ BT
LYNX™ BT AS MASTER
Note: for the hexadecimal character selection of step 4, use the table at the end
of this manual.
1.
Restore Lynx™ BT default
2.
Set Lynx™ BT as Master
3.
Enter configuration
4.
Set Remote Bluetooth Device Address (slave)
AMHKGPAOFNGNENEIEPANHOGOCK
AHHPMBAMDKEOFMHMLJALECHGIK
AKCBPJCJGIIJCMCFGPLCMMMNLK
AEFBJLBGMHPKMOGNKKNDPDMGGK
AAPHBAJIDGHPOJKEFPNCEACBHK
AFKFBKNGLGMOMELLGOPCMJFKIK
DDDDLDLLLDDLLLLDDDLDDLDLDL
AMHKHNFPFLHOENEIEPANHOGOCK
AFNFBEHCLGEOFMHMLJAKFCDFLK
APCHDNCJGIIJCMCEGPNKHHFNGK
AIFBJLBGMHPLNKEAMNAGKKJJKK
AAPHBAJJDCDCNCJCPAMNHFBBBK
AFLFBIJBHJFMOAAAEGFAENIIJK
DDLDLDLDDDLLLLLDLDDDDLDLLL
AMHKGMHOFNGNENEIEPANHOGOCK
AHPNIBAMDKEOFMHMLJALFCAFIK
AKCBPJCJGIIJCMCEGOODCCEDJK
AEFBJLBGMHPLNPGLABJHFIAEGK
AAPHBAJICCBGBIAFNLNLLAINDK
AFLFBPPCOIHKILNFFOCKOLJILK
DLDDLDDLDDLLLLLDDDLDDLDLLL
®
AODKBLHMFNGNENEIEPANHOGOCK
AHPNIJAMDKEOFMHMLJAKFHEHIK
AKCBPJCJGIIJCMCFGOLANCAFNK
AEFBJLBGMHPLMOCAKHIFMLIFGK
AAPHBAJIDAHKAEFJPPIOJEJJFK
AELFAIPALBHIMHFHIMHMOOKKJK
DLDLLLLDDLLLLLLDDLDDDLDLDL
+
®
12 characters (in HEX format) for the remote Bluetooth device address
®
specified in each Bluetooth device.
5.
Exit and Save configuration
6.
Reset Lynx™ BT
AMHKCMHOFNGNENEIEPANHOGOCK
AHPNIBAMDKEOFMHMLJALFEGFIK
AKCBPJCJGIIJCMCEGLJKNEBJLK
AEFBJLBGMHPLMIFPAFAIIBNHGK
AAPHBAJIDGDHOJDKAICECIENBK
AGLFBOMJMHLIGBPCKIGAGOEKLK
DDLDLDDLLLDLLLLDDDDDDLDLDL
AMHOHNBOHNGNENEIEPANHOGOCK
AHNFEBAMDKEOFMHMLJALFDAEJK
AKCBPJCJGIIJCMCEGJLDFBFHNK
AEFBJLBGMHPKMIAKOABAINNHGK
AAPHBAJJDGDPCKHHIKBJCAIBHK
AELFAMPFKHDKGIFAHAIKMECLKK
DDLLLLLLLDLLLLLDLDDDDLDLLL
If the connection is not successful, you can attempt a connection manually by
double-clicking the reader trigger.
YOUR READER IS NOW CONFIGURED TO READ CODES USING THE
DEFAULT VALUES.
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DATALOGIC
OPERATING TEST
EAN-13
Code 39 (Standard)
1 234567 000992
Code 128
t
e
s
QR
10
1
7
1
6
2
PDF417
t
DataMatrix (Normal)
LYNX™ BT
LYNX™ BT DEFAULT CONFIGURATION
DATA FORMAT – Symbology Independent Parameters
code identifier disabled, custom code identifier disabled, code length
disabled, address stamping disabled, address delimiter disabled.
DATA FORMAT – Symbology Dependent Parameters
symbology specific format = select all, symbology character substitution
disabled, symbology character deletion disabled.
CAMERA CONTROL
exposure mode = automatic, based on entire image
POWER SAVE
illuminator power maximum, power off timeout with BT connection = 240 min,
power off timeout with no BT connection = 15 min.
READING PARAMETERS
trigger type normal, trigger level mode, flash on = 2 sec, flash off = 2 sec,
beeper tone = tone 1, beeper volume = high, beeper duration = 50 ms, user
defined beeper = tone 1, user defined beeper volume = high, user defined
beeper duration = 100 ms, codes per scan = one code per scan, reads per
cycle = one read per cycle, scan timeout = 5 sec, central code transmission
enabled, order by code length disabled, order by code symbology disabled,
autoscan mode disabled, autoscan aiming system enabled, autoscan
hardware trigger enabled, autoscan illumination system disabled.
IMAGE FORMATTING
Image Preset 1, 2, 3, 4
image format = JPEG, resolution = full (640 x 480), set JPEG quality
factor = 50, window origin = (0,0), window dimensions = (640 x 480),
brightness = 0%, contrast = 0%, zoom = 100%, color depth = 256 gray level.
CODE SELECTION
issue identical codes enabled.
enabled codes
Standard Code 39: no check digit control, variable code length;
EAN 8/EAN 13 / UPC A/UPC E without ADD ON: UPCE expansion disabled
Interleaved 2/5: check digit control and transmission, variable code length
Code 128: variable code length
PDF417, DataMatrix, QR
disabled codes
Code 32, Codabar, Code 93, EAN 128, RSS, Micro PDF417, Postal Codes,
Maxicode, Composite Codes.
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DATALOGIC
ADVANCED FORMATTING PARAMETERS
format disabled
RADIO PARAMETERS – Lynx™ BT with BT Device
Ack/Nack protocol with BT device = none, auto-connection (for Master only)
enabled, auto reconnection (for Master only) enabled, RX timeout with BT
Device = 10 sec, user-friendly name = Datalogic BT Device s/n: xxxxxxxxxx
(where x = Lynx™ BT serial number), authentication & encryption with BT
device disabled.
RADIO PARAMETERS – Lynx™ BT with OM-1000 BT
Radio protocol timeout = 3 sec, beeper control for radio response = good
decode & good reception, transmission mode = one way, authentication &
encryption with cradle disabled, batch mode enabled.
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LYNX™ BT
TECHNICAL FEATURES
LYNX™ BT 432 / BT 432E Common Features
Electrical Features
Power Source
Recharge Time
Operating Autonomy
Radio Features
Li-Ion battery (2150 mAh)
4 hours max.
typical 12 h (> 6000 reads)
®
version 1.2 IEEE 802.15 (class 2)
Serial Port Profile
Bluetooth
Profile Supported
Environmental Features
Operating Temperature
Storage Temperature
Humidity
Drop Resistance
Mechanical Features
0° to+ 50 °C (+32° to +122 °F)
-20° to +70 °C (-4° to +158 °F)
0 to 95% NC
IEC 68-2-32 Test ED – 1.8 m.
Dimensions
Weight
Decoding Capability
203 x 117 x 69 mm (8 x 4.6 x 2.7 inches)
340 g (12 oz.) with battery pack
1D
2D
Postal Codes
Interleaved 2 of 5, Code39, Code32, Code128, EAN
128, Code93, UPC/EAN/JAN, Codabar, RSS
PDF417, Micro PDF417, Macro PDF417, Maxicode,
DataMatrix (ECC200), QR, Composite Codes
POSTNET, PLANET, Japan Post, Australia Post,
KIX Code, Royal Mail Code (RM4SCC)
Imaging Option
Image
Graphic Format
640 x 480 pixel format (VGA)
320 x 240 pixel format (CIF);
JPEG, 256 gray levels
BMP, 2, 16, 256 gray levels
TIFF, 2, 16, 256 gray levels
Optical Features
Sensor
Illuminator
Wavelength
Max. LED Output Power
LED Safety Class
Aiming System
Wavelength
Laser Safety Class
Ambient light
640 x 480 pixel element, 2D CMOS Array
LED array
In the range 630 ~ 670 nm
0.896 mW
Class 1 to EN 60825-1
Visible Laser Diode
650 nm
Class 2 - EN 60825-1; Class II CDRH
0 - 100000 lux (artificial)
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DATALOGIC
LYNX™ BT 432
Optical Features
Focus distance
Field of view
Horizontal field of
view at distance (d)
in mm
Vertical field of view
at distance (d) in
mm
Max Resolution
115 mm
21.8° (H) x 16.7° (V)
0.4d + 12
0.3d + 9
Linear codes - mm (mils)
0.10 (4)
DataMatrix – mm (mils)
0.17 (6.6)
Depth of field*
1D (linear):
Code39
EAN13
2D:
POSTNET
PDF417
X-dimension
mm (mils)
0.13 (5)
Symbol size
cm (in)
1.2 (0.47)
0.5 (20)
3.2 (1.26)
0.33 (13)
3.1 (1.22)
X-dimension
mm (mils)
0.5 (20)
Symbol size
cm (in)
4.0 x 0.4
(1.57 x 0.16)
1.1 x 0.9
(0.43 x 0.35)
1.4 x 1.2
(0.55 x 0.47)
2.2 x 1.8
(0.86 x 0.71)
0.8 x 0.8
(0.31 x0.31)
0.8 x 0.8
(0.31 x 0.31)
1.0 x 1.0
(0.39 x 0.39)
±40°
±35°
360°
23%
0.13 (5)
0.17 (6.6)
0.25 (10)
DataMatrix
0.19 (7.5)
0.25 (10)
0.38 (15)
Skew
Pitch
Rotation
Print Contrast (Min.)
* Reading distances are measured from the nose of the reader.
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DOF
cm (in)
8.0 to 15.0
(3.15 to 5.90)
8.0 to 33.0
(3.15 to 12.99)
7.5 to 24.5
(2.95 to 9.65)
DOF
cm (in)
11.5 to 30.0
(4.53 to 11.81)
8.5 to 15.5
(3.35 to 6.10)
7.0 to 19.0
(2.76 to 7.48)
4.5 to 24.0
(1.77 to 9.45)
9.0 to 13.0
(3.54 to 5.12)
7.5 to 16.5
(2.95 to 6.50)
6.0 to 22.0
(2.36 to 8.66)
LYNX™ BT
LYNX™ BT 432E
Optical Features
Focus distance
Field of view
Horizontal field of
view at distance (d)
in mm
Vertical field of view
at distance (d) in
mm
Max Resolution
65 mm
20° (H) x 15° (V)
0.32d + 8.67
0.24d + 6.50
Linear codes - mm (mils)
0.05 (2)
DataMatrix – mm (mils)
0.10 (4)
Depth of field*
1D (linear):
Code39
2D:
PDF417
X-dimension
mm (mils)
0.076 (3)
Symbol size
cm (in)
1.2 (0.47)
0.13 (5)
1.2 (0.47)
X-dimension
mm (mils)
0.76 (3)
Symbol size
cm (in)
0.65 x 0.55
(0.26 x 0.22)
2.2 x 1.8
(0.86 x 0.71)
0.5 x 0.5
(0.20 x0.20)
0.8 x 0.8
(0.31 x 0.31)
±40°
±35°
360°
27%
0.25 (10)
DataMatrix
0.13 (5)
0.25 (10)
Skew
Pitch
Rotation
Print Contrast (Min.)
DOF
cm (in)
5.0 to 7.5
(1.96 to 2.95)
4.0 to 9.5
(1.57 to 3.74)
DOF
cm (in)
5.0 to 8.0
(1.96 to 3.15)
4.0 to 13.3
(1.57 to 5.24)
5.0 to 7.5
(1.96 to 2.95)
4.5 to 10.5
(1.77 to 4.13)
* Reading distances are measured from the nose of the reader.
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DATALOGIC
TROUBLESHOOTING
PROBLEM
A beep or a LED blink signals an interruption of the radio communication with
®
the remote Bluetooth device.
SOLUTION
•
It is possible that the distance from the remote Bluetooth device is more
than 10 m or that an obstacle interrupted the communication.
•
Restart the radio communication.
®
PROBLEM
The reader is Master and is not able to initialize radio communication with the
®
remote Bluetooth device Slave.
SOLUTION
•
Put the reader near the remote Bluetooth device and try to initialize the
radio communication again.
•
Make sure that:
•
®
®
-
the remote Bluetooth device is powered;
-
the remote Bluetooth device is not already connected to another
BT device with the same SPP.
®
®
Repeat the remote Bluetooth device address procedure.
PROBLEM
®
The remote Bluetooth device discovers a Lynx™ BT within its range of radio
communication but is not able to communicate with it.
SOLUTION
•
Make sure that:
-
16
®
the remote Bluetooth device has no communication protection (i.e.
a password).
LYNX™ BT
PROBLEM
The radio range seems less than 10 m.
SOLUTION
•
Check that there are no obstacles to radio transmission between the
devices.
PATENTS
This product is covered by one or more of the following patents:
U.S. patents: 6,512,218 B1; 6,877,664 B1; 6,478,226 B2 and 6,442,180 B1.
Additional patents pending.
SERVICES AND SUPPORT
Datalogic provides several services as well as technical support through its
website. Log on to www.scanning.datalogic.com and click on the links
indicated for further information including:
•
PRODUCTS
Search through the links to arrive at your product page where you can
download specific Manuals and Software & Utilities.
•
SERVICES & SUPPORT
- Datalogic Services
Agreements
-
Warranty
Extensions
and
Maintenance
- Authorised Repair Centres
•
CONTACT US
E-mail form and listing of Datalogic Subsidiaries
WARRANTY
Datalogic warranties this product against defects in workmanship and materials,
for a period of 24 months from the date of shipment, provided that the product is
operated under normal and proper conditions.
Datalogic has the faculty to repair or replace the product; these provisions do
not prolong the original warranty term.
The warranty does not apply to any product that has been subject to misuse,
accidental damage, unauthorized repair or tampering.
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DATALOGIC
COMPLIANCE
DO NOT STARE
INTO BEAM
CAUTION-CLASS 2 LASER LIGHT WHEN OPEN
LASER LIGHT - DO NOT STARE INTO BEAM
CLASS 2 LASER PRODUCT
MAX. OUTPUT RADIATION 0.25 mW - EMITTED WAVELENGTH 640~660 nm
TO EN 60825-1:2001
This product complies with
21 CFR Subchapter J
AVOID EXPOSURE LASER LIGHT IS EMITTED FROM THIS APERTURE
Lynx™ BT Product Labels
This device must be opened by qualified personnel only.
The Lynx™ BT Hand-Held Reader is not user-serviceable.
Opening the case of the unit can cause internal damage and
will void the warranty.
CAUTION
FCC COMPLIANCE
Modifications or changes to this equipment without the expressed written
approval of Datalogic could void the authority to use the equipment.
This device complies with PART 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject to
the following two conditions: (1) This device may not cause harmful
interference, and (2) this device must accept any interference received,
including interference which may cause undesired operation.
RADIO COMPLIANCE
Contact the competent authority responsible for the management of radio
frequency devices of your country to verify the eventual necessity of a user
license.
Refer to the web site http://europa.eu.int/comm/enterprise/rtte/spectr.htm for
further information.
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LYNX™ BT
BLUETOOTH® APPROVAL
This product is equipped with the following certified Bluetooth module:
Product Name:
Panasonic Serial Port Module
Bluetooth ID:
B01839
Product ID:
PAN1440, PAN1450, PAN1540, PAN1550
WEEE COMPLIANCE
LASER SAFETY
The Lynx™ BT hand-held reader is a Class 1 LED product regarding its
Illuminator and a Class 2 laser product regarding its Aiming System.
LED Illuminator
The use of an illuminator in the Lynx™ BT hand-held reader is a Class 1 LED
product:
ILLUMINATORE LED CLASSE 1
AUSLEUCHTER LED KLASSE 1
ILLUMINATEUR A LED DE CLASSE 1
ILUMINADOR LED DE CLASE 1
Aiming System
The Lynx™ BT aiming system meets the requirements for laser safety.
DO NOT STARE
INTO BEAM
CAUTION-CLASS 2 LASER LIGHT WHEN OPEN
LASER LIGHT - DO NOT STARE INTO BEAM
CLASS 2 LASER PRODUCT
MAX. OUTPUT RADIATION 0.25 mW - EMITTED WAVELENGTH 640~660 nm
TO EN 60825-1:2001
This product complies with
21 CFR Subchapter J
AVOID EXPOSURE LASER LIGHT IS EMITTED FROM THIS APERTURE
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DATALOGIC
I
D
F
LA LUCE LASER È
VISIBILE
ALL'OCCHIO
UMANO E VIENE
EMESSA DALLA
FINESTRA
INDICATA NELLA
FIGURA.
DIE LASERSTRAHLUNG IST
FÜR DAS
MENSCHLICHE
AUGE SICHTBAR
UND WIRD AM
STRAHLAUSTRITTSFENTSTER
AUSGESENDET
(SIEHE BILD)
LE RAYON LASER
EST VISIBLE À
L'OEIL MU ET IL
EST ÉMIS PAR LA
FENÊTRE
DÉSIGNÉE SUR
L'ILLUSTRATION
DANS LA FIGURE
A LUZ LÁSER ES
VISIBLE AL OJO
HUMANO Y ES
EMITIDA POR LA
VENTANA
INDICADA EN LA
FIGURA.
LUCE LASER NON
FISSARE IL
FASCIO
LASERSTRAHLUN
G NICHT IN DEN
STRAHL BLICKEN
PRODUKT DER
LASERKLASSE 2
MAXIMALE
AUSGANGSLEIST
UNG:
WELLENLÄGE:
ENTSPR. EN
60825-1 (2001)
RAYON LASER
EVITER DE
REGARDER LE
RAYON APPAREIL
LASER DE
CLASSE 2
PUISSANCE DE
SORTIE:
LONGUER D'ONDE
EMISE:
CONFORME A EN
60825-1 (2001)
RAYO LÁSER NO
MIRAR FIJO EL
RAYO APARATO
LÁSER DE CLASE
2 MÁXIMA
POTENCIA DE
SALIDA:
LONGITUD DE
ONDA EMITIDA:
CONFORME A EN
60825-1 (2001)
APPARECCHIO
LASER DI CLASSE
2 MASSIMA
POTENZA
D'USCITA:
LUNGHEZZA
D'ONDA EMESSA:
CONFORME A EN
60825-1 (2001)
E
ENGLISH
The following information is provided to comply with the rules imposed by
international authorities and refers to the correct use of your terminal.
STANDARD LASER SAFETY REGULATIONS
This product conforms to the applicable requirements of both CDRH 21 CFR
1040 and EN 60825-1 at the date of manufacture.
For installation, use and maintenance, it is not necessary to open the device.
Use of controls or adjustments or performance of
procedures other than those specified herein may result in
exposure to hazardous visible laser light.
WARNING
The product utilizes a low-power laser diode. Although staring directly at the laser
beam momentarily causes no known biological damage, avoid staring at the beam
as one would with any very strong light source, such as the sun. Avoid that the
laser beam hits the eye of an observer, even through reflective surfaces such as
mirrors, etc.
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LYNX™ BT
ITALIANO
Le seguenti informazioni vengono fornite dietro direttive delle autorità
internazionali e si riferiscono all’uso corretto del terminale.
NORMATIVE STANDARD PER LA SICUREZZA LASER
Questo prodotto risulta conforme alle normative vigenti sulla sicurezza laser alla
data di produzione: CDRH 21 CFR 1040 e EN 60825-1.
Non si rende mai necessario aprire l’appa-recchio per motivi di installazione,
utilizzo o manutenzione.
L'utilizzo di procedure o regolazioni differenti da quelle
descritte
nella
documentazione
può
provocare
un'esposizione pericolosa a luce laser visibile.
ATTENZIONE
Il prodotto utilizza un diodo laser a bassa potenza. Sebbene non siano noti
danni riportati dall’occhio umano in seguito ad una esposizione di breve durata,
evitare di fissare il raggio laser così come si eviterebbe qualsiasi altra sorgente
di luminosità intensa, ad esempio il sole. Evitare inoltre di dirigere il raggio laser
negli occhi di un osservatore, anche attraverso superfici riflettenti come gli
specchi.
DEUTSCH
Die folgenden Informationen stimmen mit den Sicherheitshinweisen überein, die
von internationalen Behörden auferlegt wurden, und sie beziehen sich auf den
korrekten Gebrauch vom Terminal.
NORM FÜR DIE LASERSICHERHEIT
Dies Produkt entspricht am Tag der Herstellung den gültigen EN 60825-1 und
CDRH 21 CFR 1040 Normen für die Lasersicherheit.
Es ist nicht notwendig, das Gerät wegen Betrieb oder Installations-, und
Wartungs-arbeiten zu öffnen.
Jegliche Änderungen am Gerät sowie Vorgehensweisen, die
nicht in dieser Betriebsanleitung beschreiben werden,
können ein gefährliches Laserlicht verursachen.
ACHTUNG
Der Produkt benutzt eine Laserdiode. Obwohl zur Zeit keine Augenschäden von
kurzen Einstrahlungen bekannt sind, sollten Sie es vermeiden für längere Zeit in
den Laserstrahl zu schauen, genauso wenig wie in starke Lichtquellen (z.B. die
Sonne). Vermeiden Sie es, den Laserstrahl weder gegen die Augen eines
Beobachters, noch gegen reflektierende Oberflächen zu richten.
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DATALOGIC
FRANÇAIS
Les informations suivantes sont fournies selon les règles fixées par les autorités
internationales et se réfèrent à une correcte utilisation du terminal.
NORMES DE SECURITE LASER
Ce produit est conforme aux normes de sécurité laser en vigueur à sa date de
fabrication: CDRH 21 CFR 1040 et EN 60825-1.
Il n’est pas nécessaire d’ouvrir l’appareil pour l’installation, l’utilisation ou
l’entretien.
L'utilisation de procédures ou réglages différents de ceux
donnés ici peut entrainer une dangereuse exposition à
lumière laser visible.
ATTENTION
Le produit utilise une diode laser. Aucun dommage aux yeux humains n’a été
constaté à la suite d’une exposition au rayon laser. Eviter de regarder fixement
le rayon, comme toute autre source lumineuse intense telle que le soleil. Eviter
aussi de diriger le rayon vers les yeux d’un observateur, même à travers des
surfaces réfléchissantes (miroirs, par exemple).
ESPAÑOL
Las informaciones siguientes son presentadas en conformidad con las
disposiciones de las autoridades internacionales y se refieren al uso correcto
del terminal.
NORMATIVAS ESTÁNDAR PARA LA SEGURIDAD LÁSER
Este aparato resulta conforme a las normativas vigentes de seguridad láser a la
fecha de producción: CDRH 21 CFR 1040 y EN 60825-1.
No es necesario abrir el aparato para la instalación, la utilización o la
manutención.
La utilización de procedimientos o regulaciones diferentes
de aquellas describidas en la documentación puede causar
una exposición peligrosa a la luz láser visible.
ATENCIÓN
El aparato utiliza un diodo láser a baja potencia. No son notorios daños a los
ojos humanos a consecuencia de una exposición de corta duración. Eviten de
mirar fijo el rayo láser así como evitarían cualquiera otra fuente de luminosidad
intensa, por ejemplo el sol. Además, eviten de dirigir el rayo láser hacia los ojos
de un observador, también a través de superficies reflectantes como los
espejos.
22
LYNX™ BT
HEX NUMERIC TABLE
ANFOGIFKDNGNENEIEPANHOGOCK
AHPNIBAMDKEOFMHMLJAKFHBHIK
AKCBPJCJGIIJCMCFGPOFMJLDJK
AEFBJLBGMHPKNIFGJCGBBDNHGK
AAPHBAJJDEBJCDJAGBDLGHNFHK
AFKEBJJPCPKMAJNAMBKKKCFJKK
DLDLLLDDDLLLLLLDLLDDDLDLLL
ANEPGIFKDNGNENEIEPANHOGOCK
AHPNIBAMDKEOFMHMLJALEHEEIK
AKCBPJCJGIIJCMCEHPLFIKNHNK
AEFBJLBGMHPKMKGPIEMNLKLEGK
AAPHBAJIDGFBMBLDDDNIEPNNFK
AEKEBJMNMOKOIOPNEFCOIJJLJK
DLDLLLDDLDDLLLLDDDLDDLDLLL
0
1
ANEOGIFKDNGNENEIEPANHOGOCK
AHPNIBAMDKEOFMHMLJAKEFGHIK
AKCBPJCJGIIJCMCEGMILJPPDNK
AEFBJLBGMHPKMKEKGKAMOGNEGK
AAPHBAJJDEFNLJHLIGJCCKKLDK
AELEBMKKGLEGCCHPLDIKICJLLK
DDLLLLDDDLDLLLLDLLLDDLDLLL
AMFPGIFKDNGNENEIEPANHOGOCK
AHPNIBAMDKEOFMHMLJAKECHEIK
AKCBPJCJGIIJCMCFGKLNLGILJK
AEFBJLBGMHPLNJDDOKGPBMIGGK
AAPHBAJIDCBNPBJGGNKINPEPFK
AGLEBMONMCIOAPCIABBMOFHJJK
DLLLLLDDLLLLLLLDLLLDDLDLDL
2
3
AMFOGIFKDNGNENEIEPANHOGOCK
AHPNIBAMDKEOFMHMLJALEAFHIK
AKCBPJCJGIIJCMCFHJIDKDKPJK
AEFBJLBGMHPLNJBGAEKOEAOGGK
AAPHBAJJDABBIJFONIOCLKDJDK
AGKEBJIKGHGGKDKKPHLIOOHJLK
DDDLLLDDDDLLLLLDDDLDDLDLDL
AMEPGIFKDNGNENEIEPANHOGOCK
AHPNIBAMDKEOFMHMLJAKFAAEIK
AKCBPJCJGIIJCMCEGJNDOAMLNK
AEFBJLBGMHPLMLCPBCACOJIFGK
AAPHBAJIDCFJGLHNIKABJCDBBK
AHKEBJNIIGGECEIHHDDMMFLLIK
DDDLLLDDLLDLLLLDLLDDDLDLDL
4
5
AMEOGIFKDNGNENEIEPANHOGOCK
AHPNIBAMDKEOFMHMLJALFCCHIK
AKCBPJCJGIIJCMCEHKONPFOPNK
AEFBJLBGMHPLMLAKPMMDLFOFGK
AAPHBAJJDAFFBDLFDPELPHEHHK
AHLEBMLPCDIMIIAFIFJIMOLLKK
DLLLLLDDDDDLLLLDDDDDDLDLDL
ANFNGIFKDNGNENEIEPANHOGOCK
AHPNIBAMDKEOFMHMLJAKFCHFIK
AKCBPJCJGIIJCMCEHJLAGJEHJK
AEFBJLBGMHPKMMHJBODNLMGFGK
AAPHBAJIDFBCOHNDCJGDNMAPDK
AHKEBNOMACIOMCLCEECKCIFKLK
DDLLLLDDDDLLLLLDDLLDDLDLDL
6
7
ANFMGIFKDNGNENEIEPANHOGOCK
AHPNIBAMDKEOFMHMLJALFAFGIK
AKCBPJCJGIIJCMCEGKIOHMGDJK
AEFBJLBGMHPKMMFMPAPMOAAFGK
AAPHBAJJDHBOJPBLJMCJLJHJFK
AHLEBIILKHGGGODALCIOCDFKJK
DLDLLLDDLLLLLLLDLDLDDLDLDL
ANENGIFKDNGNENEIEPANHOGOCK
AHPNIBAMDKEOFMHMLJAKEAAFIK
AKCBPJCJGIIJCMCFHKNODPAHNK
AEFBJLBGMHPKNOGFOGFAEJGGGK
AAPHBAJIDFFGHNDIMOMKJBHBHK
AGLEBINJEGGEOJBNDGAKAIJIKK
DLDLLLDDDDDLLLLDDLDDDLDLDL
8
9
APCPGIFKDNGNENEIEPANHOGOCK
AHPNIBAMDKEOFMHMLJAKFABHIK
AKCBPJCJGIIJCMCEHLIFKKKFJK
AEFBJLBGMHPKNMFGFGAOPLOGGK
AAPHBAJJDAECFFJNDGOFJPBHFK
AFKEBKMFNHHIOOPEFNLCMAMLLK
DLLLLLDDLDDLLLLDDLDDDLDLLL
APCOGIFKDNGNENEIEPANHOGOCK
AHPNIBAMDKEOFMHMLJALFCDEIK
AKCBPJCJGIIJCMCEGILLLPIBJK
AEFBJLBGMHPKNMHDLIMPKHIGGK
AAPHBAJIDCEOCNFFIDKPPKGBDK
AFLEBPKCHCJAECHGKLBGMLMLJK
DDDLLLDDDLDLLLLDLDDDDLDLLL
A
B
AODPGIFKDNGNENEIEPANHOGOCK
AHPNIBAMDKEOFMHMLJALFFCHIK
AKCBPJCJGIIJCMCFGOINJGPJNK
AEFBJLBGMHPLMPAKDIKMFNNEGK
AAPHBAJJDEAOGFLIGIJFAPIFFK
AHLEBPOFNLFIGPCBBJIAKMCJLK
DLDLLLDDLLLLLLLDLDDDDLDLDL
AODOGIFKDNGNENEIEPANHOGOCK
AHPNIBAMDKEOFMHMLJAKFHAEIK
AKCBPJCJGIIJCMCFHNLDIDNNNK
AEFBJLBGMHPLMPCPNGGNABLEGK
AAPHBAJIDGACBNHANNNPGKPDDK
AHKEBKICHOLAMDKDOPCEKHCJJK
DDLLLLDDDDLLLLLDDLDDDLDLDL
C
D
AOCPGIFKDNGNENEIEPANHOGOCK
AHPNIBAMDKEOFMHMLJALEHFHIK
AKCBPJCJGIIJCMCEGNODMALJJK
AEFBJLBGMHPLNNBGMAMBKINHGK
AAPHBAJJDEEKPPFDIPDMECPLBK
AGKEBKNAJPLCEEIOGLKAIMOLKK
DDLLLLDDLLDLLLLDLDLDDLDLDL
AOCOGIFKDNGNENEIEPANHOGOCK
AHPNIBAMDKEOFMHMLJAKEFHEIK
AKCBPJCJGIIJCMCEHONNNFJNJK
AEFBJLBGMHPLNNDDCOAAPELHGK
AAPHBAJIDGEGIHJLDKHGCHINHK
AGLEBPLHDKFKOIAMJNAEIHOLIK
DLDLLLDDDDDLLLLDDLLDDLDLDL
E
F
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Datalogic Scanning, Inc.
959 Terry Street
Eugene, OR 97402
07
dichiara che
declares that the
déclare que le
bescheinigt, daß das Gerät
declare que el
LYNX BTxxx
e tutti i suoi modelli
and all its models
et tous ses modèles
und seine Modelle
y todos sus modelos
sono conformi alle Direttive del Consiglio Europeo sottoelencate:
are in conformity with the requirements of the European Council Directives listed below:
sont conformes aux spécifications des Directives de l'Union Européenne ci-dessous:
den nachstehenden angeführten Direktiven des Europäischen Rats:
cumple con los requisitos de las Directivas del Consejo Europeo, según la lista siguiente:
1999/5/EEC R&TTE
Questa dichiarazione è basata sulla conformità dei prodotti alle norme seguenti:
This declaration is based upon compliance of the products to the following standards:
Cette déclaration repose sur la conformité des produits aux normes suivantes:
Diese Erklärung basiert darauf, daß das Produkt den folgenden Normen entspricht:
Esta declaración se basa en el cumplimiento de los productos con las siguientes normas:
ETSI EN 301 489-17 v1.2.1, August 2002:
ELECTROMAGNETIC
COMPATIBILITY
AND
RADIO
SPECTRUM
MATTERS
(ERM);
ELECTROMAGNETIC
COMPATIBILITY (EMC) STANDARD FOR RADIO EQUIPMENT
AND SERVICES; PART 17: SPECIFIC CONDITIONS FOR 2.4
GHZ WIDEBAND TRANSMISSION SYSTEMS AND 5 GHZ HIGH
PERFORMANCE RLAN EQUIPMENT.
ETSI EN 300 328 v1.6.1, November 2004:
ELECTROMAGNETIC
COMPATIBILITY
AND
RADIO
SPECTRUM MATTERS (ERM); W IDEBAND TRANSMISSION
SYSTEMS; DATA TRANSMISSION EQUIPMENT OPERATING IN
THE 2.4 GHZ ISM BAND AND USING WIDE BAND MODULATION
TECHNIQUES; HARMONIZED EN COVERING ESSENTIAL
REQUIREMENTS UNDER ARTICLE 3.2 OF THE R&TTE
DIRECTIVE.
EN 60950-1, December 2001:
INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY EQUIPMENT - SAFETY
PART 1: GENERAL REQUIREMENTS
March 1st, 2007
Australia
Japan
Datalogic Scanning Pty Ltd
North Ryde, Australia
Telephone: [61] (2) 9870 3200
Fax: [61] (2) 9878 8688
Datalogic Scanning KK
Shinagawa, Tokyo, Japan
Telephone: 81 (0)3 3491 6761
Fax: 81 (0)3 3491 6656
France and Benelux
Latin America
Datalogic Scanning Sarl
LES ULIS Cedex, France
Telephone: [33].01.64.86.71.00
Fax: [33].01.64 46.72.44
Datalogic Scanning, Inc
Miami, Florida, USA
Telephone: (305) 591-3222
Fax: (305) 591-3007
Germany
Spain and Portugal
Datalogic Scanning GmbH
Darmstadt, Germany
Telephone: 49 (0) 61 51/93 58-0
Fax: 49 (0) 61 51/93 58 58
Datalogic Scanning Sarl
Sucursal en España
Madrid, Spain
Telephone: 34 91 746 28 60
Fax: 34 91 742 35 33
Lynx™ BT Readers
Italy
Datalogic Scanning SpA
Vimercate (MI), Italy
Telephone: [39] (0) 39/62903.1
Fax: [39] (0) 39/6859496
United Kingdom
Datalogic Scanning LTD
Watford, England
Telephone: 44 (0) 1923 809500
Fax: 44 (0) 1923 809 505
www.scanning.datalogic.com
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Telephone: (541) 683-5700
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