MS2x20 Stratos® Series Configuration Addendum

METROLOGIC INSTRUMENTS, INC.
MS2x20 Stratos® Series
Configuration Addendum
Mettler Toledo Diva Scale
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
IMPORTANT NOTES - BEFORE YOU START ................................................................. 1
Important to Know Bar Codes
Scale Save Data bar code ..................................................................... 2
Scale Type bar code .............................................................................. 2
SCALE/LOAD CELL CONFIGURATION BAR CODES
Single or Dual Cable Scale Configuration Bar Codes
Unit Configuration (Pounds) ................................................................... 3
Unit Configuration (Kilograms) ............................................................... 4
SCALE CONFIGURATION BAR CODES
Single or Dual Cable Scale Configuration Bar Codes
Pole Display Configuration..................................................................... 5
Scale Settling Filter Configuration .......................................................... 7
Scale Internal Beeper............................................................................. 9
Zero Cursor .......................................................................................... 10
Quantitative Separator ......................................................................... 11
Dual Cable Scale Configuration Bar Codes
Scale Protocols .................................................................................... 12
Scale COM Port Settings (Baud Rate) ................................................. 16
Scale COM Port Settings (Data Bits & Parity) ...................................... 18
Single Cable Scale Configuration Bar Codes
Set Scale for Single Cable Communication ......................................... 21
SCANNER CONFIGURATION BAR CODES
Dual Cable Scanner Configuration Bar Codes
Dual Cable Scanner Mode ................................................................... 22
Dual Cable Scanner OPOS Mode........................................................ 22
IBM 3rd Generation 46xx ...................................................................... 23
IBM OEM Full Speed USB ................................................................... 23
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
Single Cable Scanner Protocols for P.O.S. Compatibility
MSS Global .......................................................................................... 24
ISS45 ................................................................................................... 25
OPOS................................................................................................... 26
Retailix / NCR....................................................................................... 27
Retailix / OPOS .................................................................................... 28
IT Retail................................................................................................ 29
IBM 3rd Generation 46xx ...................................................................... 30
IBM OEM Full Speed USB ................................................................... 31
Additional POS Data Formatting
Full Speed USB Table Top/Handheld .................................................. 32
Special Function ACK .......................................................................... 34
Prefix/Suffix .......................................................................................... 35
3x-30 Acknowledge Responses ........................................................... 36
Special Function Command Responses .............................................. 37
BCC in POS communications .............................................................. 38
3 Scale Status Bytes ............................................................................ 39
Scale Options....................................................................................... 40
Remote Display.................................................................................... 41
StratosSTATS ...................................................................................... 42
Additional POS Related Functions
Scanner Beep on Weight Sent ............................................................. 43
Auxiliary Port
StratosSCHOOL™............................................................................... 44
Quick Start for a Secondary Metrologic Scanner ................................. 45
SCANNER TEST BAR CODES
Supplemental Tests..................................................................................... 47
Display Software Numbers................................................................... 47
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IMPORTANT NOTES - BEFORE YOU START
It is important to carefully read the notes marked with a
symbol on the pages
contained in this manual. Not all configuration codes are designed to be used for
both a single and dual cable scanner/scale system. Many of the configuration
bar codes require additional steps before the unit can be configured and placed
into service. Most of the bar codes in this addendum were designed to be used
with a Stratos model that includes a scale. The text marked with a
symbol will
provide important additional information about the restrictions and uses of the bar
codes shown.
All of the bar codes in this manual require:
•
The scanner/scale to have a firmware number of 15367 or higher
•
All configuration bar codes must be scanned with the vertical window
The Unit Configuration bar codes (located on pages 3 and 4 of this
addendum guide) require the scale security seal to be broken.
If the scale security seal is broken, it must be sealed and certified by local
Weights and Measures authorities after the scale calibration process has been
completed. The scanner/scale can not be placed in service until it is sealed and
certified by the proper authorities.
For further details on calibration procedures for Weights and Measures
certification, refer to the Scale Operation: Calibration section of the Stratos
Installation and User’s Guide.
The certification of the weighing mechanism of the scale version of
this scanner is subject to federal, state and local Weights and
Measures statutes and regulations and can only be performed by
authorized government agencies and/or their duly registered
agents. Each time the scale or weighing mechanism is calibrated,
it should be properly sealed with a paper seal or a wire seal prior to
being placed into service in commerce.
It is the responsibility of the owner of the scale to confirm
compliance with the relevant Weights and Measures statutes and
regulations applicable in your area by checking with the appropriate
government agency before placing a newly calibrated unit into
service or removing any official seals.
1
IMPORTANT NOTES - BEFORE YOU START
Scale Save Data bar code.
The Scale Save Data bar code must be scanned last to “save” the changes in the
scale’s memory. The scale will then reset and begin normal operation. This is
required only for scale configuration items – not for calibration.
Scale Save Data
³
9
9
6
0
4
5
Scale Type bar code.
The Stratos scanner should have been already programmed to recognize the
type K Diva scale. If, for any reason, the scanner’s non-volatile memory is lost,
the following bar code must be scanned to reprogram the scanner for the type K
Diva scale.
Type K Diva Scale
³
2
4
4
6
5
1
0
SCALE/LOAD CELL CONFIGURATION BAR CODES
Single or Dual Cable Scale Configuration Bar Codes
Unit Configuration (Pounds)
For Kilogram weight units see page 4.
The following bar codes can be used to configure a Single or
Dual Cable MS2xx0.
If the MS2xx0 is currently in a Dual Cable configuration, temporarily
disconnect the Scale to Host cable prior to configuring the scale.
The MS2xx0 must be in scale service mode to use these
bar codes.
Pounds Calibration
³
9
9
6
0
4
Set the scale measuring range from
0.00 to 30.00 pounds.
2
3
SCALE/LOAD CELL CONFIGURATION BAR CODES
Single or Dual Cable Scale Configuration Bar Codes
Unit Configuration (Kilograms)
For Pound weight units see page 3.
The following bar codes can be used to configure a Single or
Dual Cable MS2xx0.
If the MS2xx0 is currently in a Dual Cable configuration, temporarily
disconnect the Scale to Host cable prior to configuring the scale.
The MS2xx0 must be in scale service mode to use these
bar codes.
Kilograms Calibration
³
4
9
9
6
0
4
4
Set the scale measuring range from
0.000 to 15.000 kilograms.
SCALE CONFIGURATION BAR CODES
Single or Dual Cable Scale Configuration Bar Codes
Pole Display Configuration
The following bar codes can be used to configure a Single or
Dual Cable MS2xx0.
If the MS2xx0 is currently in a Dual Cable configuration, temporarily
disconnect the Scale to Host cable prior to configuring the scale.
The MS2xx0 does not need to be in scale service mode.
The Scale Save Data bar code must be scanned last to save the
changed configuration (see page 2).
Scale Display
Single-Line Weight Only
Set the scale to use a single-line weight only
display to show all scale activity.
The single-line display must be plugged into
the Scale to Display connector on the
MS2xx0 (see Figure 1).
³
9
9
6
0
0
3
Figure 1. Location of Scale to Display Connector
Scale Display
4-line Price Computing
Set the scale to use a 4-line price computing
display to show all scale activity.
The 4-line display must be plugged into the
Scale to Display connector on the MS2xx0
(see Figure 1).
³
9
9
6
0
0
9
5
SCALE CONFIGURATION BAR CODES
Single or Dual Cable Scale Configuration Bar Codes
Pole Display Configuration
The following bar codes can be used to configure a Single or
Dual Cable MS2xx0.
If the MS2xx0 is currently in a Dual Cable configuration, temporarily
disconnect the Scale to Host cable prior to configuring the scale.
The MS2xx0 does not need to be in scale service mode.
The Scale Save Data bar code must be scanned last to save the
changed configuration (see page 2).
Scale Has No Display
³
6
9
9
6
0
0
4
Set the scale to not require a remote
display. All weights are expected on a POS
terminal display.
A remote display can not be plugged into
the Scale to Display connector on the
MS2xx0 (see Figure 1).
SCALE CONFIGURATION BAR CODES
Single or Dual Cable Scale Configuration Bar Codes
Scale Settling Filter Configuration
The following bar codes can be used to configure a Single or
Dual Cable MS2xx0.
If the MS2xx0 is currently in a Dual Cable configuration, temporarily
disconnect the Scale to Host cable prior to configuring the scale.
The MS2xx0 does not need to be in scale service mode.
The Scale Save Data bar code must be scanned last to save the
changed configuration (see page 2).
The scale’s filter setting allows the unit to withstand a certain amount of vibration
from the checkout counter. A stronger filter allows for more vibration to be
absorbed but the weight may take a little longer to settle. Scales are normally
shipped with a loose filter.
* Scale = Loose Filter
³
9
9
6
0
0
5
Loose filter setting for low vibration
environments.
* Factory Default Setting
7
SCALE CONFIGURATION BAR CODES
Single or Dual Cable Scale Configuration Bar Codes
Scale Settling Filter Configuration
The following bar codes can be used to configure a Single or
Dual Cable MS2xx0.
If the MS2xx0 is currently in a Dual Cable configuration, temporarily
disconnect the Scale to Host cable prior to configuring the scale.
The MS2xx0 does not need to be in scale service mode.
The Scale Save Data bar code must be scanned last to save the
changed configuration (see page 2).
Scale = Medium Filter
³
9
9
6
0
0
6
Scale = Strong Filter
³
8
9
9
6
0
0
Medium filter setting for moderate vibration
environments.
7
Strong filter setting for high vibration
environments.
SCALE CONFIGURATION BAR CODES
Single or Dual Cable Scale Configuration Bar Codes
Scale Internal Beeper
The following bar codes can be used to configure a Single or
Dual Cable MS2xx0.
If the MS2xx0 is currently in a Dual Cable configuration, temporarily
disconnect the Scale to Host cable prior to configuring the scale.
The MS2xx0 does not need to be in scale service mode.
The Scale Save Data bar code must be scanned last to save the
changed configuration (see page 2).
Scale Beep On
³
9
9
6
0
9
Enable the internal scale beeper to beep
when remote display keys are depressed.
0
*Scale Beep Off
³
9
9
6
0
9
Turn off the internal beeper inside the scale.
This is the desired default as the scanner
beeper is the main tone generator.
1
* Factory Default Setting
9
SCALE CONFIGURATION BAR CODES
Single or Dual Cable Scale Configuration Bar Codes
Zero Cursor
The following bar codes can be used to configure a Single or
Dual Cable MS2xx0.
If the MS2xx0 is currently in a Dual Cable configuration, temporarily
disconnect the Scale to Host cable prior to configuring the scale.
The MS2xx0 does not need to be in scale service mode.
The Scale Save Data bar code must be scanned last to save the
changed configuration (see page 2).
Zero Cursor Off
³
9
9
6
0
9
Turn off the zero cursor that appears on the
display when the scale is in the zero weight
area.
2
*Zero Cursor On
³
10
9
9
6
0
9
Enable the zero cursor to appear on the
display when the weight is within the zero
weight area.
3
* Factory Default Setting
SCALE CONFIGURATION BAR CODES
Single or Dual Cable Scale Configuration Bar Codes
Quantitative Separator
The following bar codes can be used to configure a Single or
Dual Cable MS2xx0.
If the MS2xx0 is currently in a Dual Cable configuration, temporarily
disconnect the Scale to Host cable prior to configuring the scale.
The MS2xx0 does not need to be in scale service mode.
The Scale Save Data bar code must be scanned last to save the
changed configuration (see page 2).
Decimal Pt Separator
³
9
9
6
0
9
4
Comma Separator
³
9
9
6
0
9
Use a decimal point to separate the units
from fraction values on the remote display.
Use a comma to separate the units from
fraction values on the remote display.
5
11
SCALE CONFIGURATION BAR CODES
Dual Cable Scale Configuration Bar Codes
Scale Protocols
The following bar codes will change scale parameters intended for a
Dual Cable environment. To place the scanner in Dual Cable mode,
please refer to page 22.
If the MS2xx0 is currently in a Dual Cable configuration, temporarily
disconnect the Scale to Host cable prior to configuring the scale.
The MS2xx0 does not need to be in scale service mode.
The Scale Save Data bar code must be scanned last to save the
changed configuration (see page 2).
Scale = EPOS Protocol
Set the scale RS232 protocol to
Serial EPOS.
Communication Port Settings:
³
9
9
6
0
1
3
•
2400 Baud
•
7 Data Bits
•
1 Stop Bit
•
Even Parity
Set the scale RS232 protocol to
Modified Serial EPOS.
This Protocol does not require the POS
terminal to send the weight back to the scale
for validation.
Scale = EPOS2 Protocol
³
12
9
9
6
0
1
4
Communication Port Settings:
•
2400 Baud
•
7 Data Bits
•
1 Stop Bit
•
Even Parity
SCALE CONFIGURATION BAR CODES
Dual Cable Scale Configuration Bar Codes
Scale Protocols
The following bar codes will change scale parameters intended for a
Dual Cable environment. To place the scanner in Dual Cable mode,
please refer to page 22.
If the MS2xx0 is currently in a Dual Cable configuration, temporarily
disconnect the Scale to Host cable prior to configuring the scale.
The MS2xx0 does not need to be in scale service mode.
The Scale Save Data bar code must be scanned last to save the
changed configuration (see page 2).
Scale = ICL Protocol
Set the scale RS232 protocol to Serial ICL
Communication Port Settings:
³
9
9
6
0
4
9
Scale = NCI-ECR Protocol
•
2400 Baud
•
7 Data Bits
•
1 Stop Bit
•
Even Parity
Set the scale RS232 protocol to NCI-ECR.
Communication Port Settings:
³
9
9
6
0
1
5
•
9600 Baud
•
8 Data Bits
•
1 Stop Bit
•
No Parity
13
SCALE CONFIGURATION BAR CODES
Dual Cable Scale Configuration Bar Codes
Scale Protocols
The following bar codes will change scale parameters intended for a
Dual Cable environment. To place the scanner in Dual Cable mode,
please refer to page 22.
If the MS2xx0 is currently in a Dual Cable configuration, temporarily
disconnect the Scale to Host cable prior to configuring the scale.
The MS2xx0 does not need to be in scale service mode.
The Scale Save Data bar code must be scanned last to save the
changed configuration (see page 2).
Scale = NCI Protocol
³
9
9
6
0
1
6
Scale = EMEA
Special Configuration
³
14
9
9
6
0
4
Reserved for Future NCI Protocol Variation
1
Set the scale to EPOS protocol, kilograms,
with a remote display, loose filter, no price
computing, and scroll weight.
Communication Port Settings:
•
2400 Baud
•
7 Data Bits
•
1 Stop Bit
•
Even Parity
SCALE CONFIGURATION BAR CODES
Dual Cable Scale Configuration Bar Codes
Scale Protocols
The following bar codes will change scale parameters intended for a
Dual Cable environment. To place the scanner in Dual Cable mode,
please refer to page 22.
If the MS2xx0 is currently in a Dual Cable configuration, temporarily
disconnect the Scale to Host cable prior to configuring the scale.
The MS2xx0 does not need to be in scale service mode.
The Scale Save Data bar code must be scanned last to save the
changed configuration (see page 2).
Scale = Price
Compute Setup
³
9
9
6
0
4
7
Set the scale for price computing setup.
•
Price computing display
•
Dialog 06 Protocol
•
9600 Baud
•
Odd Parity
•
7 Data Bits, 1 Stop Bit
15
SCALE CONFIGURATION BAR CODES
Dual Cable Scale Configuration Bar Codes
COM Port Settings (Baud Rate)
The following bar codes will change scale parameters intended for a
Dual Cable environment.
If a Scale Protocol bar code from page 12 to 15 is used, the bar codes
below must be scanned after the Scale Protocol bar code in order to be
effective.
If the MS2xx0 is currently in a Dual Cable configuration, temporarily
disconnect the Scale to Host cable prior to configuring the scale.
The MS2xx0 does not need to be in scale service mode.
The Scale Save Data bar code must be scanned last to save the
changed configuration (see page 2).
Scale = 2400 Baud Rate
³
9
9
6
0
1
7
Scale = 9600 Baud Rate
³
16
9
9
6
0
1
Set the scale baud rate for dual cable
applications to 2400 baud.
8
Set the scale baud rate for dual cable
applications to 9600 baud.
SCALE CONFIGURATION BAR CODES
Dual Cable Scale Configuration Bar Codes
COM Port Settings (Baud Rate)
The following bar codes will change scale parameters intended for a
Dual Cable environment.
If a Scale Protocol bar code from page 12 to 15 is used, the bar codes
below must be scanned after the Scale Protocol bar code in order to be
effective.
If the MS2xx0 is currently in a Dual Cable configuration, temporarily
disconnect the Scale to Host cable prior to configuring the scale.
The MS2xx0 does not need to be in scale service mode.
The Scale Save Data bar code must be scanned last to save the
changed configuration (see page 2).
Scale = 19200 Baud Rate
³
9
9
6
0
1
9
Scale = 38400 Baud Rate
³
9
9
6
0
2
Set the scale baud rate for dual cable
applications to 19200 baud.
Set the scale baud rate for dual cable
applications to 38400 baud.
0
17
SCALE CONFIGURATION BAR CODES
Dual Cable Scale Configuration Bar Codes
COM Port Settings (Data Bits & Parity)
The following bar codes will change scale parameters intended for a
Dual Cable environment.
If a Scale Protocol bar code from page 12 to 15 is used, the bar codes
below must be scanned after the Scale Protocol bar code in order to be
effective.
If the MS2xx0 is currently in a Dual Cable configuration, temporarily
disconnect the Scale to Host cable prior to configuring the scale.
The MS2xx0 does not need to be in scale service mode.
The Scale Save Data bar code must be scanned last to save the
changed configuration (see page 2).
Scale = 7 Data Bits,
Odd Parity
³
9
9
6
0
2
1
Scale = 7 Data Bits,
Even Parity
³
18
9
9
6
0
2
Set the scale communication parameters to
7 data bits, odd parity.
2
Set the scale communication parameters to
7 data bits, even parity.
SCALE CONFIGURATION BAR CODES
Dual Cable Scale Configuration Bar Codes
COM Port Settings (Data Bits & Parity)
The following bar codes will change scale parameters intended for a
Dual Cable environment.
If a Scale Protocol bar code from page 12 to 15 is used, the bar codes
below must be scanned after the Scale Protocol bar code in order to be
effective.
If the MS2xx0 is currently in a Dual Cable configuration, temporarily
disconnect the Scale to Host cable prior to configuring the scale.
The MS2xx0 does not need to be in scale service mode.
The Scale Save Data bar code must be scanned last to save the
changed configuration (see page 2).
Scale = 8 Data Bits, No Parity
³
9
9
6
0
2
3
Scale = Odd Parity
³
9
9
6
0
2
Set the scale communication parameters to
8 data bit, no parity.
Set the scale communication to odd parity.
4
19
SCALE CONFIGURATION BAR CODES
Dual Cable Scale Configuration Bar Codes
COM Port Settings (Data Bits & Parity)
The following bar codes will change scale parameters intended for a
Dual Cable environment.
If a Scale Protocol bar code from page 12 to 15 is used, the bar codes
below must be scanned after the Scale Protocol bar code in order to be
effective.
If the MS2xx0 is currently in a Dual Cable configuration, temporarily
disconnect the Scale to Host cable prior to configuring the scale.
The MS2xx0 does not need to be in scale service mode.
The Scale Save Data bar code must be scanned last to save the
changed configuration (see page 2).
Scale = Even Parity
³
9
9
6
0
2
5
Scale = No Parity
³
20
9
9
6
0
2
Set the scale communication to even parity.
6
Set the scale communication to no parity.
SCALE CONFIGURATION BAR CODES
Single Cable Scale Configuration Bar Codes
Set Scale for Single Cable Communication
If the MS2xx0 is currently in a Dual Cable configuration, disconnect
and remove the Scale to Host cable prior to configuring the scale.
The MS2xx0 does not need to be in scale service mode.
The Scale Save Data bar code must be scanned last to save the
changed configuration (see page 2).
If your application requires single cable communication, scan the following
barcode to set the scale configuration to the single cable defaults as required by
the scanner.
Scale = Single Cable Interface
³
9
9
6
0
1
Set the scale to communicate via the
single-cable interface.
2
21
SCANNER CONFIGURATION BAR CODES
Dual Cable Scanner Configuration Bar Codes
Dual Cable Scanner Mode
The following bar codes can be used to place, as well as configure, the
scanner in Dual Cable mode.
The MS2xx0 does not need to be in scale service mode to use the
following bar codes.
Scanner = Dual Cable Mode
³
9
9
9
9
5
3
Places the scanner in Dual Cable mode.
In a dual cable environment, the scanner
and scale work independently. In this mode
the host must have a dedicated RS232 port
to receive the scale data and the barcode
data is sent via its own cable to a separate
communication port.
Communication Port Settings:
•
9600 Baud, 8 Data Bits, 1 Stop Bit, No Parity
There are two methods of configuring the scanner to a stand-alone protocol:
• Scan the Dual Cable Mode bar code on this page (if a scale is used)
or
• If no scale is required, scan one of the single cable protocols on
pages 24 - 31 and then scan the No Scale bar code on page 40.
Dual Cable Scanner OPOS Mode
Scanner Only
Dual Cable OPOS Defaults
³
22
9
9
9
9
1
1
Use this barcode when the scanner is to be
setup using the OPOS drivers in the dual
cable mode.
Communication Port Settings:
•
9600 Baud
•
8 Data Bits
•
1 Stop Bit
•
No Parity
SCANNER CONFIGURATION BAR CODES
Dual Cable Scanner Configuration Bar Codes
IBM 3rd Generation 46xx and IBM OEM Full Speed USB
The following bar codes can be used to configure a Dual Cable
MS2xx0.
The following codes do not require that the MS2xx0 to be in scale
service mode.
IBM 3rd Generation
Communication
³
9
9
9
9
5
2
IBM OEM Full Speed USB
Communication Defaults
³
9
9
9
9
7
When scanned the Stratos will operate
as a table top scanner only.
Terminal configuration, IBM 4690.OS
terminal device group configuration
screen select:
#1 scanner or
#3 scanner.
When scanned the Stratos will operate
as a table top scanner only.
0
23
SCANNER CONFIGURATION BAR CODES
Single Cable Protocols for POS Compatibility
MSS Global
The following bar codes can be used to configure a Single Cable
MS2xx0.
The following codes do not require that the MS2xx0 to be in scale
service mode.
MSS Global, English
Scanner/Scale, Single Cable RS232
MSS Global Retail, English Units
Communication Port Settings:
³
9
9
9
9
5
1
MSS Global, Metric
•
9600 Baud
•
7 Data Bits
•
1 Stop Bit
•
Odd Parity
Scanner/Scale, Single Cable RS232 MSS
Global Retail, Metric Units
Communication Port Settings:
³
24
9
9
9
9
5
0
•
9600 Baud
•
7 Data Bits
•
1 Stop Bit
•
Odd Parity
SCANNER CONFIGURATION BAR CODES
Single Cable Protocols for POS Compatibility
ISS45
The following bar codes can be used to configure a Single Cable
MS2xx0.
The following codes do not require that the MS2xx0 to be in scale
service mode.
Scanner/Scale, Single Cable RS232
ISS45, English Units
ISS45, English
Communication Port Settings:
³
9
9
9
9
4
9
•
9600 Baud
•
7 Data Bits
•
1 Stop Bit
•
Even Parity
Scanner/Scale, Single Cable RS232
ISS45, Metric Units
ISS45, Metric
Communication Port Settings:
³
9
9
9
9
4
8
•
9600 Baud
•
7 Data Bits
•
1 Stop Bit
•
Even Parity
25
SCANNER CONFIGURATION BAR CODES
Single Cable Protocols for POS Compatibility
OPOS
The following bar codes can be used to configure a Single Cable
MS2xx0.
The following codes do not require that the MS2xx0 to be in scale
service mode.
Scanner/Scale Single Cable RS232 OPOS,
English Scale Defaults
OPOS, English
Communication Port Settings:
³
9
9
9
9
5
8
•
9600 Baud
•
8 Data Bits
•
1 Stop Bit
•
No Parity
Scanner/Scale Single Cable RS232 OPOS,
Metric Scale Defaults
OPOS, Metric
Communication Port Settings:
³
26
9
9
9
9
5
7
•
9600 Baud
•
8 Data Bits
•
1 Stop Bit
•
No Parity
SCANNER CONFIGURATION BAR CODES
Single Cable Protocols for POS Compatibility
Retailix/NCR
The following bar codes can be used to configure a Single Cable
MS2xx0.
The following codes do not require that the MS2xx0 to be in scale
service mode.
Retailix/NCR English
Scanner/Scale Single Cable RS232
Retailix/NCR Communication, English
Communication Port Settings:
³
9
9
9
9
5
6
Retailix/NCR Metric
•
9600 Baud
•
8 Data Bits
•
1 Stop Bit
•
No Parity
Scanner/Scale Single Cable RS232
Retailix/NCR Comm, Metric
Communication Port Settings:
³
9
9
9
9
5
5
•
9600 Baud
•
8 Data Bits
•
1 Stop Bit
•
No Parity
27
SCANNER CONFIGURATION BAR CODES
Single Cable Protocols for POS Compatibility
Retailix/OPOS
The following bar codes can be used to configure a Single Cable
MS2xx0.
The following codes do not require that the MS2xx0 to be in scale
service mode.
Retailix / OPOS Metric
Scanner/Scale Single Cable RS232 Retailix
/ OPOS Communication, Metric
Communication Port Settings:
³
28
9
9
7
0
1
9
•
9600 Baud
•
8 Data Bits
•
1 Stop Bit
•
No Parity
SCANNER CONFIGURATION BAR CODES
Single Cable Protocols for POS Compatibility
IT Retail
The following bar codes can be used to configure a Single Cable
MS2xx0.
The following codes do not require that the MS2xx0 to be in scale
service mode.
Scanner/Scale Single Cable RS232
IT Retail, English
IT Retail, English
Communication Port Settings:
³
9
9
7
0
0
8
•
9600 Baud
•
7 Data Bits
•
1 Stop Bit
•
Odd Parity
Scanner/Scale Single Cable RS232
IT Retail, Metric
IT Retail, Metric
Communication Port Settings:
³
9
9
7
0
0
9
•
9600 Baud
•
7 Data Bits
•
1 Stop Bit
•
Odd Parity
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SCANNER CONFIGURATION BAR CODES
Single Cable Protocols for POS Compatibility
IBM 3rd Generation 46xx
The following bar codes can be used to configure a Single Cable
MS2xx0.
The following codes do not require that the MS2xx0 to be in scale
service mode.
IBM 3rd Generation 46xx,
†
English
³
†
9
9
9
9
6
Scanner/Scale Single Cable IBM 46xx†,
RS485, English (lbs.)
0
Terminal Configuration, IBM 4690.OS Terminal Device Group
Configuration screen select:
#2 Scanner with integrated scale
or
#4 4696 scanner/scale
IBM 3rd Generation 46xx,
†
Metric
³
30
9
9
9
9
5
9
Scanner/Scale Single Cable IBM 46xx†,
RS485, Metric (kg)
SCANNER CONFIGURATION BAR CODES
Single Cable Protocols for POS Compatibility
IBM OEM Full Speed USB
The following bar codes can be used to configure a Single Cable
MS2xx0.
The following codes do not require that the MS2xx0 to be in scale
service mode.
IBM OEM
Full Speed USB, English
³
9
9
9
9
6
2
IBM OEM
Full Speed USB, Metric
³
9
9
9
9
6
Table Top Scanner/Scale Single Cable,
IBM OEM Full Speed USB, 4-Digit Weight
Mode, English (lbs.)
Table Top Scanner/Scale Single Cable,
IBM OEM Full Speed USB, 5-Digit Weight
Mode, Metric (kg)
1
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SCANNER CONFIGURATION BAR CODES
Additional POS Data Formatting
Full Speed USB Table Top/Handheld
The following codes do not require that the MS2xx0 to be in scale
service mode.
Scanner 4B Handheld
³
3
1
6
4
3
0
Scanner 4A Flatbed
³
32
3
1
6
4
1
Full Speed USB interface to 4B00h
handheld usage.
0
Full Speed USB interface to 4A00h
table top usage.
SCANNER CONFIGURATION BAR CODES
Additional POS Data Formatting
Full Speed USB Table Top/Handheld
The following codes do not require that the MS2xx0 to be in scale
service mode.
Scanner/Scale 4A/6E
Table Top
Full Speed USB interface to the
4A00h/6E00h table top scanner/scale
usage.
This option is only compatible with Stratos
models that have a scale.
³
3
1
6
4
4
0
33
SCANNER CONFIGURATION BAR CODES
Additional POS Data Formatting
Special Function ACK
The following codes do not require that the MS2xx0 to be in scale
service mode.
Enable Special
Function ACK Answer
³
1
4
1
7
1
Answer simple special functions with ACK.
4
* Disable Special
Function ACK
³
34
1
4
1
7
0
4
* FACTORY DEFAULT SETTING
SCANNER CONFIGURATION BAR CODES
Additional POS Data Formatting
Prefix/Suffix
The following codes do not require that the MS2xx0 to be in scale
service mode.
Use Protocol Prefix/Suffix
³
1
4
1
7
1
Add protocol prefixes and suffixes to the
bar code.
5
* Program the
Prefix/Suffix Separate
³
1
4
1
7
0
5
* Factory Default Setting
35
SCANNER CONFIGURATION BAR CODES
Additional POS Data Formatting
3x-30 Acknowledge Responses
The following codes do not require that the MS2xx0 to be in scale
service mode.
No 3x-30 Answer
³
1
4
1
7
1
0
*3x-30 Answer
³
36
1
4
1
7
0
This bar code will inhibit all ‘simple
acknowledge’ (3x-30) answers to POS or
OPOS commands.
The scanner will answer all NCR and OPOS
commands that require a 3x-30
acknowledgement.
0
* Factory Default Setting
SCANNER CONFIGURATION BAR CODES
Additional POS Data Formatting
Special Function Command Responses
The following codes do not require that the MS2xx0 to be in scale
service mode.
Spec Func Ans 3x30
³
1
4
1
9
1
4
*Spec Func Ans Ack
³
1
4
1
9
0
Answer Special Function commands in the
3x-30 format as opposed to the Ack / Nak
which is the norm.
4
Answer Special Function commands in the
Ack / Nak format.
* Factory Default Setting
37
SCANNER CONFIGURATION BAR CODES
Additional POS Data Formatting
BCC in POS communications
The following codes do not require that the MS2xx0 to be in scale
service mode.
Skip BCC in messages
³
1
4
1
4
1
0
*Add BCC in messages
³
38
1
4
1
4
0
This bar code will tell the scanner to NOT
expect or transmit the Block Check
Character in all message transmissions..
0
The scanner will expect and answer all
messages with the Block Check Character
included.
* Factory Default Setting
SCANNER CONFIGURATION BAR CODES
Additional POS Data Formatting
3 Scale Status Bytes
The following codes do not require that the MS2xx0 to be in scale
service mode.
Enable
3 Scale Status Bytes
³
1
2
4
8
1
Required for applications where the host
system display is the primary scale display
and there is no remote pole display
connected directly to the scanner/scale unit.
3
Disable
3 Scale Status Bytes
³
1
2
4
8
0
3
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SCANNER CONFIGURATION BAR CODES
Additional POS Data Formatting
Scale Options
The following codes do not require that the MS2xx0 to be in scale
service mode.
Sets the English Mode weight to 5-digits, as
in xx.yyy pounds.
5-Digit Weight
³
1
4
1
0
1
0
In order to work properly, this bar code must
be scanned AFTER scanning one of the
English configuration bar codes found on
pages 24 - 31.
Scan the No Scale bar code:
1.
No Scale
2.
³
40
1
4
1
4
0
7
If no scale is installed and one of the
single cable protocol bar codes found
on pages 24 - 31 has already been
scanned.
If the scale is in a dual cable
environment and one of the single cable
protocol bar codes found on
pages 24 - 31 has already been
scanned.
SCANNER CONFIGURATION BAR CODES
Additional POS Data Formatting
Remote Display
The following codes do not require that the MS2xx0 to be in scale
service mode.
No Remote Display
³
1
4
0
9
0
2
Add remote display to the scanner’s
memory.
Remote Display
³
1
4
0
9
1
When no remote display is installed, scan
the No Remote Display bar code AFTER
scanning one of the configuration bar codes
found on pages 24 - 31 to remove the
scale’s display from the scanner memory.
2
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SCANNER CONFIGURATION BAR CODES
Additional POS Data Formatting
StratosSTATS
The following codes do not require that the MS2xx0 to be in scale
service mode.
Activate StratosSTATS
³
9
9
7
0
1
7
This bar code sets:
a. StratosSTATS bar code data
formatting active.
b. Bar code Attempt Interval to
0.5 seconds.
c. Time to find supplements (code 128)
to 0.3 seconds.
Use StratosSTATS monitor to test this
output format. When used with a POS, it
must have the capability to parse and
recognize the additional data.
*StratosSTATS Off
³
42
9
9
7
0
1
8
Remove StratosSTATS data formatting from
the barcode output transmission.
* Factory Default Setting
SCANNER CONFIGURATION BAR CODES
Additional POS Related Functions
Scanner Beep on Weight Sent
The following codes do not require that the MS2xx0 to be in scale
service mode.
Request scanner beep when a successful
weight is sent. This code should only be
used for ‘weight on demand’ applications. If
used with periodic weight request
applications, the beeper will be continuously
active (ON).
Beep on Weight
³
1
4
1
9
1
7
*Disable
Beep on Weight
³
1
4
1
9
0
When no beep on weight is desired.
7
* Factory Default Setting
43
SCANNER CONFIGURATION BAR CODES
Auxiliary Port
StratosSCHOOL™
The following codes do not require that the MS2xx0 to be in scale
service mode.
Auxiliary History Report
³
9
9
7
0
1
1
The Auxiliary port may be used to download
or clear data to StratosSCHOOL™.
The two commands that can be used are
Upload Scanner Data and Clear Scanner
Data within the Serial Program Interface box
on the StratosSCHOOL™ screen.
Auxiliary Program Cable
(MLPN 57-57008x-N-3) is required
for this feature.
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SCANNER CONFIGURATION BAR CODES
Auxiliary Port
Quick Start for a Secondary Metrologic Scanner
The following codes do not require that the MS2xx0 to be in scale
service mode.
STEP 1
Use the Stratos to scan the following bar code. This bar code will configure
the Stratos’ auxiliary port to accept a Metrologic scanner as the secondary
scanner.
Enable Stratos Auxiliary Port
³
4
3
7
3
2
0
The auxiliary input port’s data format must match the main output format
of the secondary scanner
STEP 2
Configure the secondary scanner to match the auxiliary port’s data format.
Use the Secondary Scanner to scan the following bar codes in the order
shown.
Enter Configuration Mode
³
9
9
9
9
9
9
Enable Auxiliary Output
³
1
2
4
8
1
7
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SCANNER CONFIGURATION BAR CODES
Auxiliary Port
Quick Start for a Secondary Metrologic Scanner
Configuration sequence continued from previous page.
Set Stratos Format
³
4
3
7
5
2
0
Disable Secondary
Scanner Beeper
³
3
1
8
5
0
5
Enable Communication
Time Out
³
1
1
8
4
1
2
Exit Configuration Mode
³
46
9
9
9
9
9
9
SCANNER TEST BAR CODES
Supplemental Tests
Display Software Numbers
The following codes do not require that the MS2xx0 to be in scale
service mode.
These codes are for test purposes only.
The following code will display software #’s on the 2-digit diagnostic display. The
lasers will be turned off while the numbers are being displayed. The first number
is the main decode processor software number. The second number is the I/O
processor’s software number. Since only 2 digits can be displayed at a time, the
following sequence is used as an example of what may be observed:
2-Digit
Display
Description of each sequentially displayed sets of digits.
(Example shown will represent: ‘ 15269’ ‘ 15138’)
x 1
=
The first digit of the five main decode processor software number
appears right justified.
5 2
=
The second and third digits.
6 9
=
The forth and fifth digits.
xx
=
Pause before next set of numbers.
x 1
=
The first digit of the five digit I/O processor software number
appears right justified.
5 1
=
The second and third digits.
3 8
=
The forth and fifth digits.
x = Blank / No Digit Displayed
After the last sets of digits are displayed, the scanner resumes scanning
operation. If the current interface does not use an I/O processor, the software
number may appear ‘ 0 00 00’. This capability exists in software 15269 and
later.
Display Software Number
³
9
9
8
0
6
2
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NOTES
NOTES
NOTES
November 2006
Printed in the USA
00 - 02272B