POSline SM2430 Specifications

SM2430
Manual del Usuario
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Radio Notice
This equipment generates, uses and can radiate radio frequency energy. If not installed and
used in accordance with the instructions in this manual, it may cause interference to radio communications. The equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class A computing device pursuant to EN55022 and 47 CFR, Part 2 and Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These
specifications are designed to provide reasonable protection against interference when operated in
a commercial environment.
Radio and Television Interference
Operation of this equipment in a residential area can cause interference to radio or television
reception. This can be determined by turning the equipment off and on. The user is encouraged to
try to correct the interference by one or more of the following measures:
* Reorient the receiving antenna.
* Relocate the device with respect to the receiver.
* Move the device away from the receiver.
* Plug the device into a different outlet so that the device and the receiver are on different
branch circuits.
If necessary the user may consult the manufacturer, an authorized dealer, or experienced
radio/television technician for additional suggestions. The user may find the following booklet prepared by the Federal Communications Commission helpful: “How to Identify and Resolve Radio-TV
Interference Problems.” This booklet is available from the U.S. Government Printing Office, Washington, DC 20402 U.S.A., Stock No. 004000003454.
For CE-countries
This scanner is in conformity with CE standards. Please note that an approved, CE-marked
power supply unit should be used in order to maintain CE conformance.
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Laser Safety
The Dual-Laser Omnidirectional Vertical Scanner complies with safety standard
IEC 60825 for a Class I laser product. It also complies with CDRH as applicable
to a Class IIa laser product. Avoid long term staring into direct laser light.
Radiant Energy: The Dual-Laser Omnidirectional Vertical Scanner uses two
low-power visible laser diodes operating at 650nm in an opto-mechanical scanner resulting in less than 3.9µW radiated power as observed through a 7mm
aperture and averaged over 10 seconds.
Do not attempt to remove the protective housing of the scanner, as unscanned
laser light with a peak output up to 0.8mW would be accessible inside.
Laser Light Viewing: The scan window is the only aperture through which
laser light may be observed from this product. A failure of the scanner motor,
while the laser diode continues to emit a laser beam, may cause emission levels to exceed those for safe operation. The scanner has safeguards to prevent
this occurrence. If, however, a stationary laser beam is emitted, the failing scanner should be disconnected from its power source immediately.
Adjustments: Do not attempt any adjustments or alteration of this product. Do
not remove the protective housing of the scanner. There are no user-serviceable parts inside.
Caution: Use of controls or adjustments or performance of procedures other
than those specified herein may result in hazardous laser light exposure.
Optical: The use of optical instruments with this product will increase the eye
hazard. Optical instruments include binoculars, magnifying glasses, and microscopes but do not include normal eye glasses worn by the user.
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Table of Contents
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Introduction.................................................. 1
Unpacking.................................................... 1
Finding Your Way Around .......................... 2
Connecting and Mounting............................ 2
4.1 Power................................................... 2
4.2 Verifying Scanner Operation................ 3
4.3 Mounting .............................................. 4
4.4 Connecting to the Host ........................ 8
5 Setting Up the Scanner ............................... 8
5.1 Scan Test............................................. 8
5.2 Set Up .................................................. 8
6 Operation................................................... 10
6.1 LED Indications.................................. 10
6.2 Beeps................................................. 11
6.3 Changing the Beep Volume ............... 11
6.4 Sleep Mode........................................ 11
6.5 Controlling from a POS System ......... 12
7 Maintaining the Scanner............................ 13
7.1 Cleaning the Scan Window................ 13
7.2 Replacing the Interface Cable............ 13
8 Specifications ............................................ 14
9 Dimensions................................................ 15
10 Pin Assignments...................................... 17
11 Troubleshooting ...................................... 18
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1 Introduction
This advanced scanner is a proud to be among the world's first dual-laser presentation scanners, and it incorporates numerous record-breaking features. Its
pioneering application of dual laser diodes drastically enhances scanning
power by doubling the scan lines, broadening scan angle and intensifying the
scan pattern across the scan field. With this state-of-the-art technology, it is
able to deliver a comprehensive 32-line scan pattern cycling at 2400 scans per
second. The scanner is additionally equipped with Z-SCAN technology—an
innovative ASIC hardware decode protocol that provides real-time decoding
that effectively shortens customer transaction time.
The broad, omnidirectional scan field effectively facilitates hands-free scanning
of barcodes on products of many different shapes. Also, the scanner is programmed with multiple beeper tones and barcode data edition functions to
accommodate a variety of applications.
2 Unpacking
The Dual-Laser Omnidirectional Vertical Scanner package should contain:
1 ea.
Dual-Laser Omnidirectional Vertical Scanner, with attached mounting plate
1 ea.
5V power adapter (model depends on
electrical requirements of your geographic
location)
1 ea.
User's Manual (this booklet)
1 ea.
Programming Guide
1 ea.
Connection cable (This cable is usually,
but not always, supplied. Model depends
on customer needs.)
Please check for any damaged or missing items; contact your dealer if there is
a problem.
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3 Finding Your Way Around
LED indicator
push
button
EAS
connection
(optional)
back
mount
holes
scan window
host POS
terminal
AC adapter
(optional)
auxiliary scanner
Figure 1: Overview
4 Connecting and Mounting
4.1 Power
The scanner requires a minimum of 300mA at 5 Vdc power. The interface cable
that comes with the scanner supports both direct power (where the scanner
takes power from the host machine) and external power (that's what the supplied power adapter is for). A sufficiently robust POS system can support a
scanner successfully without external power; a POS system with a barely adequate power supply may produce erratic performance (either of the POS system itself, or of the scanner, or both) when a scanner is attached. Unless you
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are sure your POS system can handle the load, it is recommended that you use
the supplied power adapter. When an external adapter is connected, the scanner does not take power from the host.
The scanner turns on when power is supplied, and turns off when power is
removed. There is no on/off switch on the scanner itself.
Use only an AC/DC power adapter approved for the scanner. Use of other
power supplies may cause damage to the product, and void the factory warranty.
4.2 Verifying Scanner Operation
Before mounting your scanner, please follow the procedure below to verify
scanning operation.
1. Take out the screws and remove the mounting plate.
Figure 2: Remove Mounting Plate
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2. Insert the 8-pin modular plug of the power link cable into the “host” connector in the back of the scanner until a firm click is heard.
3. Plug the power adapter into the jack on the power link cable. (See Figure
1.)
4. Plug the AC end of the power adapter into an AC outlet. The scanner powers up, the buzzer sounds four beeps and the LED indicator glows blue.
5. Present a known-good test barcode to the scanner. The scanner should
issue a short beep and the LED should flash red momentarily. [If the scanner is connected to a keyboard wedge for this test, it should read one barcode, beep, then remain with a red LED indicating light. This is normal
when the keyboard wedge is not connected to a live host terminal.]
Note: If the scanner does not produce any beeps, or produces the wrong
beeps, or the LED does not light, remove the power connection and refer to the
section on Troubleshooting.
4.3 Mounting
After the scanner passes its verification test (Section 4.2 above), proceed with
mounting.
The scanner should be installed in a location away from direct sunlight; high
levels of ambient light reduce scanner effectiveness.
The two basic styles of mounting are a) with the included mounting plate, and
b) with a custom bracket (not included) for back mounting. If an auxiliary handheld scanner is to be attached, it must be properly connected as part of the
mounting process.
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Mounting Plate Installation
1. Position the mounting plate in the desired location and secure it in place. If
desired, use the full-size boring template in Figure 6 on page 21.
2. Insert the connecting cable in the slot in the mounting plate.
3. Insert the 8-pin modular plug of the power link cable into the “host” connector in the back of the scanner until a firm click is heard.
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4. Move the scanner into position on the mounting plate, engaging the tab on
the underside. Be careful not to pinch the cable.
Figure 3: Install Scanner on Mounting Plate
5. Replace the mounting plate screws.
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Auxiliary Handheld Scanner Connection (optional)
The scanner supports the operation of an auxiliary handheld scanner, which
may be connected via a 10-pin RS-232 modular plug to the connector marked
“aux” in the back of the scanner.
1. Insert the connecting cable in the slot in the mounting plate, but reverse the
cable relief molding of the scanner interface cable in the mounting plate to
allow space for the auxiliary handheld scanner cable.
2. Insert the 8-pin modular plug of the power link cable into the “host” connector in the back of the scanner until a firm click is heard.
3. Insert the auxiliary cable connector into the 10-pin “aux” jack until it clicks
and route the cable through the space above the scanner interface cable.
4. Move the scanner into position on the mounting plate, engaging the tab on
the underside. Be careful not to pinch any cables.
5. Replace the mounting plate screws.
Back Mounting
If desired the scanner may be mounted to your own custom bracket using the
threaded mounting holes on the back. (See Figure 1.) The mounting holes are
threaded to accommodate M4 x 0.7 machine screws to a depth of 5.0 mm.
Make sure your bracket design allows for the exit of the interface cable. The
supplied mounting plate protects the interface cable connection, but requires
that the cable exits from the back of the unit.
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4.4 Connecting to the Host
The power link interface cable comes with different host-end connectors,
depending on the host. Follow the steps below to connect the interface cable to
the host.
1. Make sure that the power of the host system is off.
2. Connect the host end of the interface cable to the appropriate connector on
the host system.
3. For those cases where external power is used, plug the external AC power
adapter into the jack on the interface cable. (See Figure 1.)
4. Turn on the host system.
5 Setting Up the Scanner
In some cases no setup is required. The scanner is either pre programmed to
suit the situation, or it auto detects and is ready to go. In other cases the scanner must be informed about what kind of system it is connected to. This can be
done in a few moments using the included booklet titled Programming Guide.
The Programming Guide may be used to set a number of parameters on the
scanner: communication interface type (RS-232, Keyboard, USB), beep tone,
sleep mode timings, same-code delay time, enable/disable decoding of numerous code types, and more advanced things like set headers and trailers.
Individual parameters may be set at any time without affecting the other parameters.
5.1 Scan Test
1. With the scanner running (LED blue) and the host system on, try to scan
several known-good barcodes.
2. Check the results on the POS screen. If the scanner is reading okay, no further setup may be necessary.
3. If the POS screen does not show the expected scans, go to Set Up, below.
5.2 Set Up
1. With the scanner running (LED blue) and the host system on, present the
<Enter/Exit Programming Mode> barcode, found on the inside cover of the
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Programming Guide, to the scanner. The scanner gives two beeps: low and
high, and the LED turns red. The scanner is in programming mode.
2. Decide which parameters are required and find their barcodes in the Programming Guide.
3. Cover unwanted codes with your hand and present the desired codes, one
by one, to the scanner. The scanner beeps once as it accepts each code.
4. When done, again present the <Enter/Exit Programming Mode> barcode.
The scanner beeps twice, once long and once short, and the LED returns
to blue. The scanner has been programmed.
5. Test again with known-good barcodes. If results are good, you are done
setting up. Otherwise, return to step 1 and try again.
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6 Operation
The scanner can read barcodes in either sweep or presentation mode to
accommodate different requirements. Sweep mode means moving items
through the scan volume. Left to right, right to left, top to bottom, bottom to top,
etc. are all okay. This scanner is truly omni directional. Sweep scanning is usually used for high throughput and reduced product handling. Presentation scanning is used where counter top space is at a premium. The product is moved
toward the scan window (“presented”) until the barcode is read, then the product is removed.
6.1 LED Indications
A dual color red-blue LED indicates operating status as follows:
LED status
Indication
Off
No power supplied to the scanner.
Steady blue light
The scanner is on and ready to scan.
One red flash
A barcode has been successfully decoded.
Steady red light
A barcode has been successfully decoded,
but the object is not removed from the scan
window.
The scanner is in programming mode.
Flashing blue light
The scanner is in sleep mode.
Steady red/blue light
This indicates the scanner has a motor or
laser failure.
For motor failure, a periodic beep is sounded.
Return the unit for repair.
Alternate flashing red and The scanner detects failing power. Please
blue light
check the power supply.
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6.2 Beeps
A beeper gives audible feedback on scanner operation.
Beeps
Indication
One beep
A barcode has been successfully decoded.
Four beeps in series
This indicates the scanner passed the power
on self-test and is operating properly.
Two beeps: low-high
The scanner has entered programming
mode.
Two beeps: same tone
Scanner has returned from programming to
normal mode.
Continuous tone
This is a failure indication. Return the unit for
repair.
6.3 Changing the Beep Volume
The scanner can be programmed with the Programming Guide to change
beeper tone, volume and duration; the beeper volume can also be changed by
using the push button.
The default beep volume is loud. There are three sound levels: loud, medium,
and low.
Press and hold the push button for about 5 seconds. The scanner will cycle to
its next level. Repeat till the desired level is reached.
Note: The volume setting is saved in volatile memory. That means the change
will lost when the scanner powers down. On next power up the scanner resets
to the configured setting. If you wish to keep the changed the volume setting,
use the Programming Guide to set the changes.
6.4 Sleep Mode
After the scanner has been inactive for a period of time, the laser automatically
turns off; after some more time, the motor turns off and the scanner enters
“sleep mode,” indicated by the blue status LED blinking once a second. To
wake up the unit, simply present an object close to the scanner window, or
press the push button.
Note: The scanner includes a motion sensor that detects activity in front of the
scan window. The detecting distance is up to about 50mm (2 inches) from the
scan window, depending on ambient light.
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6.5 Controlling the Scanner from a POS System
The scanner can be controlled from the POS system via the RS-232C interface.
Control can be accomplished by transmitting the following single-byte commands to the scanner. The default settings for the commands are as follows:
ASCII
Code
Function
Byte is Also
Called:
OE Hex
enable (resumes from disable)
Shift Out or <Ctrl-N>
OF Hex
disable
Shift In or <Ctrl-O>
05 Hex
power-up re-initialization
ENQ or <Ctrl-E>
12 Hex
sleep
DC2 <Ctrl-R>
14 Hex
wake up (resumes sleep)
DC4 <Ctrl-T>
Note: When the scanner is disabled, the scanner motor will continue running
until the scanner goes into sleep mode.
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7 Maintaining the Scanner
The scanner is designed for long-term trouble-free operation and rarely needs
any maintenance. Only an occasional cleaning of the scanner window is necessary in order to remove dirt and fingerprints.
7.1 Cleaning the Scan Window
Wipe the scan window with a soft lint-free cloth and a non-abrasive cleaner to
avoid scratching. The scan window may be cleaned while the scanner is running.
7.2 Replacing the Interface Cable
The standard interface cable is attached to the scanner with an 8-pin modular
connector. When properly seated, the connector is secured in the scanner handle by a flexible retention tab. The cable is designed to be field replaceable.
Replacement cables can be obtained from your authorized distributor.
To replace the cable, follow these steps.
1. Make sure that the power of your computer system is switched off, and if a
power adapter is used, disconnect it from the scanner cable.
2. Disconnect the old scanner cable from the computer system.
3. Remove the screws that hold the mounting plate on the scanner and disengage the mounting plate.
4. Press down the small tab on the connector where the old cable is attached
to the scanner and pull. The connector should come out.
5. Insert the connecting cable in the slot in the mounting plate.
6. Insert the 8-pin modular plug of the power link cable into the “host” connector in the back of the scanner until it clicks.
7. Mate the scanner and the mounting plate, engaging the tab on the underside. Be careful not to pinch the cable.
8. Replace the mounting plate screws.
9. Plug the new cable into the host.
10. If a power adapter is used, plug the power adapter into the jack on the interface cable.
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8 Specifications
OPERATIONAL
Light Source
Depth of Scan Field
Width of Scan Field
Number of Scan Lines
Scan Pattern
Scan Speed
Minimum Bar Width
Print Contrast
Indicators (LED)
Decode Capability
Dual 650nm visible laser diodes
0-216mm
90mm @ contact, 218mm @ 216mm
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8-direction scan field
2400 scans per second
5mil @ PCS 90%
30% @ UPC/EAN 100%
Two-color LED (blue & red)
UPC/EAN/JAN, UPC Versions A&E, EAN-8, EAN13, JAN-8, JAN-13, ISBN/ISSN, Japanese Bookland, Code 39 (with full ASCII), Codabar (NW7),
Code 128/EAN 128, Code 93, Interleaved 2 of 5,
Addendum 2 or 5, MSI/Plessey, China Post Code,
Code 32 (Italian Pharmacode)
Optional: IATA Code, Industrial 2 of 5, Standard 2 of
5, Discrete 2 of 5, Matrix 2 of 5, Code 11, RSS-14,
RSS Limited, RSS Expanded
Beeper Operation
Programmable tone and beep time
System Interfaces
Keyboard, RS-232C, USB1.1, Wand, Aux. RS-232
PHYSICAL
Height
152mm
Depth
82mm
Width
152mm
Weight
Cable
1.2kg
Standard 2m straight
POWER
Input Voltage
Power
Operating Current
Laser Class
EMC
5VDC±10%
1.5 watts
300mA @ 5 V
CDRH: Class II a; IEC 60825-1: Class I
CE & FCC DOC compliance
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ENVIRONMENT
Operating Temperature
Storage Temperature
Humidity
Light Level
Shock
0°C - 40°C
-20°C - 60°C
5% - 95% RH (non-condensing)
max. 4000 LUX (fluorescent)
Designed to withstand 1m drops
Specifications subject to change without notice.
9 Dimensions
Units: mm (inches)
Figure 4: Dimensions
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top view
side view
Figure 5: Scan Field
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10 Pin Assignments
Connecting Ports
HOST Port
Pin
Connector Type
Keyboard Wedge
1
RS-232C
DC + 5 V input
2
Keyboard Clock
N.C.
3
PC Clock
RTS_CMOS
4
Ground
5
N.C.
TXD_CMOS
6
N.C.
RXD_CMOS
7
Keyboard Data
N.C.
8
PC Data
CTS_CMOS
AUX Port
Pin
Function
1
NC
2
NC
3
+5 V out. 150mA max.
4
RTS_Out
5
Ground
6
TXD_Out
7
RXD_In
8
NC
9
CTS_In
10
NC
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11 Troubleshooting
Problem
Diagnostic Tips
The scanner is on but cannot The scanner window is dirty. Clean the scanread barcodes. The LED ner window as described in the Maintenance
stays blue.
section.
The presented barcode type is not enabled.
Use the Programming Guide to tell the scanner to accept that type of barcode.
The host has disabled the scanner. Check
host setup.
The barcode type presented is not supported
by the scanner.
The scanner is on, but the
motor is not running; the
facet wheel is not rotating. A
barcode cannot be read. The
LED is intermittently flashing
blue.
The scanner has entered into the sleep
mode. Press the push button on the front of
the scanner to wake up the scanner, or
present an object close to the scan window.
The LED remains red and Possible failure of the scanning safeguard
blue.
circuit. Disconnect the scanner from its power
source immediately and contact your dealer.
The scanner does not accept There is no proper handshaking with the POS
more than two or three bar- system. Switch on the POS system and
check connection and communication setcode labels.
tings.
A stray barcode is sitting somewhere in the
scanner field of view. Remove all barcode
labels from the scanner’s scan volume and
try again.
The scanner cannot send the data to the
POS system. Make sure that all cables are
connected and your POS system is ready to
receive data.
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Problem
Diagnostic Tips
A barcode is read by the The communication cable is not connected to
scanner but not accepted by the correct port of your POS system. Refer to
the POS system.
the manual of your POS system to locate the
serial port.
The communication settings of the system
and scanner do not match. Adjust the settings so they match.
The communication cable does not suit your
POS system. Contact your dealer for the correct communication cable.
The software running on the POS system
does not support the data format of the barcode label.
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Notes
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Figure 6: Mounting Plate Boring Template
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