Ez One Shot
BARCODE
SCANNER
USER’S
MANUAL
Version: 2014.1
CONTENTS
PREFACE
Table of Contents.......................................................2-3
LED & Beeper Indication..............................................4
Cloning Mode............................................................ 5-6
How to fix the scanner to the terminal.......................7-8
How to change a cable.................................................8
How to set up the parameter........................................ 9
GENERAL SETTINGS (GROUP 1 - 12)
1 Default, Abort, Check Version, Setup Code Read....10
2 Reading Mode .........................................................11
3 Beep tone, Terminator.............................................. 12
4 Send Data Length, Preamble, Postamble................13
5 Accuracy Adjustment................................................14
6 Code ID, Inverse Barcode........................................15
7 Symbologies Code Identifier.....................................16
8~9 Set Code ID....................................................17-18
10 Inter-block and Inter-character Delay.....................19
11 Keyboard Layout....................................................20
12 Caplock Mode, Numeric Key..................................21
TETHERED SCANNER SETTINGS (GROUP 13 - 19)
13 Interface, Computer Type....................................... 22
14 Bi-color Setting ...................................................... 23
15 Advanced Autosensing Setting ..............................24
16 Advanced Autosensing and Idle Mode Setting....... 25
17 RS232 - Baud rate, Data bits, Parity.......................26
18 RS232 - Stop bit, Handshaking, ACK/NAK,
Flow Control, BCC..................................................27
19 Wand Emulation .................................................... 28
WIRELESS SCANNER SETTINGS (GROUP 20 - 34)
20 Interface................................................................. 29
21 Bluetooth Profile..................................................... 30
22 Pincode Setup........................................................31
23 Getting Connected - iOS & Android ...................... 32
24 Power Off Timeout................................................. 33
25 Set Bluetooth Device ID......................................... 34
26 Set SPP Pincode....................................................35
27 SPP Master Mode.................................................. 36
28 SPP Remote Control, Shut Down, Disconnection..37
29 Batch Mode, Binary Check Character.................... 38
30 Memory Mode - Enable Memory, Delete Record... 39
31 Memory Mode - Data Output..................................40
32 Memory Mode - Data Format, Date & Time Setup. 41
33 Memory Mode - Date Format, Time Format........... 42
34 Memory Mode - Quantity........................................43
CONTENTS
SYMBOLOGIES (GROUP 35 - 52)
35~37 Enable/Disable Barcode Symbology.......... 44-46
37 China postcode(Toshiba code)............................... 46
38 MSI code, UK Plessey code...................................48
39 Code 93, Telepen, IATA..........................................50
40 Interleaved 2 of 5, Code 11.................................... 52
41 Industrial 2 of 5, Matrix 2 of 5................................. 54
42 Codabar..................................................................56
43 ABC Codabar, CX Codabar....................................58
44 Codabar Coupling...................................................59
45 Code 39 (Full ASCII/Standard), Code 32............... 60
46 UPC-E.................................................................... 62
47 UPC-E(0)&(1), UPC-E EXPAND............................ 63
48 UPC-A.................................................................... 64
49 EAN-8.....................................................................65
50 EAN-13, ISSN, ISBN, ISMN................................... 66
51 EAN/UCC 128, Code 128, PDF417........................67
52 DataBar(RSS) Stacked, Limited, Expanded...........68
FULL ASCII(CODE39)TABLE, FUNCTION
KEY TABLE(GROUP 53 - 67)
53~61 Full ASCII table(Code 39)........................... 69-77
62~64 Function Key table(Code 39) for PC-AT...... 78-80
65~67 Trouble Shooting......................................... 81-83
APPENDIX
Appendix 1 Default table........................................84-87
Appendix 2 Cable Pin Assignment.........................88-89
Appendix 3 Barcode test chart...............................90-91
LED & BEEPER INDICATION
Status
Blue/Green LED
Initializing/
Power-up
Red LED
Beeper
Solid for 2 sec
1 long beep
Successful
Barcode
Scan
1 Flash
1 beep
Successful
Connection
2 Flashes
2 beeps
Reads
Configuration
Barcode
Data
Temporarily/
Permanently
Stored
Scanner
2 beeps
2 short beeps
1 Flash
Wireless
Solid for 2 sec
Disconnection
3 short beeps
Scan RESET/
ABORT and retry
Scan Pincode
Stop and retry
Unsuccessful
Pincode
Setup
Flashing
3 short beeps
Barcode
Scann w/o
Connection
Flashing
3 short beeps
Low Power
Flashing
5 beeps
Several short
beeps
Flashing
See Power Off
Timeout
Power Off
or Standby
Cradle
Status
Blue LED
Successful
Connection
Solid
Charging
Full Charge
See Batch Mode
or Memory Mode
3 beeps
Unexpected
Barcode
Scan during
Configuration
Barcode
Scan w/o
Connection
Remark
Red LED
Green LED
Remark
Solid
Flashing
Power adaptor
needed
Flashing
4 hours to
fully charge
CLONING MODE
WHAT IS CLONING MODE?
CLONING duplicates a scanners settings in other scanners. It can
save time when a number of scanners must be programmed to the
same settings.
HOW SHOULD CLONING WORK?
1. Using this guide, make all the necessary settings for one wand.
2. Scan the CLONING MODE bar code shown below.
3. When CLONING MODE is scanned, all setup parameters will be
converted to alphanumeric characters and shown on the monitor.
4. Using a bar code printer, print out all the setup parameters as
Code 39 bar code labels.
5. Scan the printed labels sequentially with each wand to be
programmed.
. A016$
CLONING MODE
Figure 1
. A018$
CLONING MODE ON- PC/ AT
.A018$(Cloning Mode on PC/AT) - you can clone the settings to a PC/AT
regardless of the kind of device chosen on the scanner.
NOTES:
1. All cloning strings are upper case.
2. All cloning strings printed on labels should be the same as those on
the monitor sequentially from first to last.
3. Cloning mode works in Word Note Pad only.
4. Never edit the data on the first row (.A017$). It is an entry command
for cloning.
5. The cloning string’s length can be adjusted by combining multiple
strings into one, or by breaking one string into multiple strings starting
from the second row after “....”. Length must be in sequences of four,
such as 4, 8, 12, 16, 20 (MAX).
6. Be sure to print the dots exactly where they are shown on the monitor.
FORMAT OF CLONING
* Format of Cloning:
1st row >>> “.A017$” ( never edit any data of the first row )
2nd row >>> “....XXXX” you can adjust the String’s Length starting
from the dots “....” forward. The length of the string should
be in 4, 8, 12, 16 or 20 ( MAX )digits.
3rd row ~ so on >>> XXXX
End row - A dot “.” Is the ending of cloning.
XXXX Stands for any string
CLONING MODE
EXAMPLE :
1. PROJECT ASSIGNMENTS:
1.1. Beep tone: BEEP LOW -- HIGH.
1.2. Capslock Mode: CAPSLOCK ON.
1.3. Reading Mode: CONTINUOUS AUTO OFF.
2. SETTING PROCEDURE:
2.1. Scan BEEP LOW -- HIGH (GROUP 3).
2.2. Scan CAPSLOCK ON (GROUP 11).
2.3. Scan CONTINUOUS AUTO OFF (GROUP2).
3. All parameters will be converted to alphanumeric characters
and shown on the monitor.
.A017$
....0604
5A025F04
.
4. Print the results shown on the monitor as bar codes with a bar
code printer. The bar codes should be in the Code 39 symbology.
. A017$
. . . . 0604
5A025F04.
5. Scan these labels with any of the wands that must be
programmed with the same settings as the first wand. Be sure
to scan from the first row to the second and so on sequentially,
top to bottom.
CORRECT SETTING
.A017$
....
0604
5A02
5F04
.
4
4
4
4
. (Dot)
.A017$
....06045A02
5F04.
12
4+.(Dot)
WRONG SETTING
.A017$
..
..0604
5A02
5F04
.
.A017$
....06045
A025F04
.
.A017$....
0604
5A02
5F04.
Wrong Setting: The string “....”
consists of 4 Dots, located at the
beginning of second row; do not
break the “....” into multiple strings.
9 x
7 x
. (Dot)
X
4
4
4+.(Dot)
Wrong Setting: The string lengths of the
second and third row do not match the
length requirements, because rows should
be in length of four digits.
Wrong Setting because you add
“....” after .A017$:
The .A017$ is a FIXED parameter to
enter setup procedure. It is an unchangeable
parameter. Never add, delete or rearrange
data from the FIRST row.
HOW TO CONNECT THE SCANNER TO THE
HOST TERMINAL: Handheld Barcode Scanner
KEYBOARD WEDGE INTERFACE
1. Power down the host computer.
2. Disconnect the keyboard cable from the computer.
3. Connect the “Y ” cable between the keyboard and the scanner and computer.
4. Restart the computer.
5. The scanner will beep.
6. Set the scanner to KEYBOARD interface by referring to GROUP 13
(Interfaces)
7. Scanner will beep to confirm the setting.
8. Scan a bar code to confirm that data shows on the monitor.
Scanner
PS/2
Connector
PS/2
Connector
RS-232 INTERFACE
1. Power down the host computer.
2. Disconnect the RS-232 cable between the scanner and computer.
3. Connect the power adaptor to the cable.
4. Restart the computer,
5. Plug the power adaptor into a power outlet.
6. The scanner will beep.
7. Set the scanner to RS-232 interface by referring to GROUP 13
(Interfaces).
8. Set RS-232 protocol: Baud Rate, Stop Bits, Handshaking, Data Bits
and Parity.
9. Scan a bar code to confirm that data shows on the monitor.
NOTES:
1. Before plugging the power adaptor into the scanner, be sure the voltage, power
consumption, and inner and outer DC characteristics are correct to avoid serious
damage to the scanner and/or the computer.
2. Make sure the protocol communication settings of the scanner (such as baud rate,
data bits, etc.) match those of the host computer. Otherwise, no data will be
transmitted.
Scanner
Power
Adaptor
Power
Jack
RS-232
Connector
Check the power adaptor to ensure:
1. Input of AC current 110V/ 220V matches the power
supply standard of the country in which the scanner
is being used.
2. Adaptor output is +5V DC
3. The jack input is +5V DC
USB INTERFACE
The USB Interface supported is compatible with Apple MAC series,
later PCs and Windows 98, 2000, Me and XP, Vista.
1. Connect the USB cable between the scanner and the computer.
2. The scanner will beep.
3. The scanner will detect the USB driver automatically. (The first time
the scanner is connected via the USB port, follow the appropriate
instructions for the host computer.)
4. Set the scanner to KEYBOARD/USB interface by referring to
GROUP-13 (Interfaces)
5. Scanner will beep to confirm the setting.
6. Scan a bar code to confirm that data shows on the monitor.
Scanner
USB
Connector
HOW TO CHANGE A CABLE
The scanners are designed to switch easily between interface options.
To switch from one interface to another, the appropriate cable must be
installed. To change a cabl, simply follow these steps:
1. To release the cable, insert a pin or straightened paper clip into the
hole at the base of the scanner where the cable is connected.
2. Remove the cable from the scanner.
3. Plug in the new cable.
After changing to a new cable, be sure to reset the interface setting as
appropriate (including parameter settings for the RS-232 interface).
Step 1
Step 2
Present Cable
Step 3
New Cable
HOW TO SET PARAMETERS
How do you program a scanner with this user’s guide?
1. Use the scanner to scan at the bar code representing the function/
parameter you want to set.
2. When you hear two beeps, the new settings have been defined or
updated into the memory processor.
Default parameters are indicated in bold type and underlined
characters. The character font is ARIAL BLACK. CD = Check Digit.
CDV = Check Digit Verification.
Most settings require only a single bar code, but a few need several
different bar codes to be scanned in order to completely define a
setting. They are:
Preamble / Postamble (maximum 16 digits)
Step 1: Scan CLR PRE/POSTAMBLE.
Step 2: Scan PREAMBLE or POSTAMBLE.
Step 3: Scan any alphanumeric from Full ASCII Table in Group 53-64
Step 4: Scan PREAMBLE or POSTAMBLE.
Min Length / Max Length
Step 1: Scan MIN LENGTH or MAX LENGTH.
Step 2: Scan two digits from Group 61 or Full ASCII numeric table in Appendix
Step 3: Scan MIN LENGTH or MAX LENGTH.
Accuracy Adjustment
Step 1: Scan ACCURACY ADJUSTMENT.
Step 2: Scan one digit from GROUP 5
Step 3: Scan ACCURACY ADJUSTMENT.
Set Code ID (Example: Code 39)
Step 1: Scan CODE 39 SET ID from Group 8
Step 2: Scan either one or two alphanumerics (maximum 2 digits)
from Full ASCII table in Group 55-61
Step 3: Scan CODE 39 SET ID from Group 8
Set A Data - (CX-Codabar, ABC Codabar, Codabar Coupling).
Step 1: Scan SET INSERT DATA.
Step 2: Scan one alphanumeric character from Full ASCII Table in Group 55-61
Step 3: Scan SET INSERT DATA.
NOTES:
1. The scanner will beep three times as a reminder that a setting is
not yet complete.
2. If you make a mistake, forget a step, etc., scan RESET to start again.
. P023$
*.P023$*
GROUP-1
GENERAL SETTINGS
. A001$
DEFAULT
*Reset to factory default
. A007$
CHECK VERSION
*Check firmware version
. P023$
RESET/ ABORT
*Abort multi-step configuration
SETUP CODE READ
SETUP CODE ON
SETUP CODE OFF
*Caution: Scanning SETUP CODE OFF will turn the
scanner into unprogrammable state and the scanner
will not react to any configuration barcode!
GROUP-2
GENERAL SETTINGS - READING MODE
. F005$
CONTINUOUS MODE
. F001$
FLASH MODE
. F002$
TRIGGER MODE
. F006$
CONTINUOUS AUTO OFF
. F003$
TOGGLE MODE
. F007$
*AUTO SENSING MODE (CCD)
. F010$
*AUTO SENSING MODE (Laser)
LED is always on.
The trigger does not function in
Continuous Mode.
The LED is on steady if a bar code is
close to the scanner, but starts flashing
if no bar code is detected after 60
seconds.
The trigger does not function in Flash
Mode.
The LED will light when the trigger is
pressed.
The LED will go off when the trigger is
released.
The LED is always on when the trigger
is pressed.
The LED will go off if no bar code has
been detected after 60 seconds.
The LED is always on when the trigger
is pressed.
The LED will go off if one bar code is
read.
If Auto-Sensing Mode(CCD) is on, the
LED will go off if no bar code is detected
after Deactivation Time elapses.
(The default is 3 sec.)
The LED lights automatically when a BAR
CODE is detected.
If Auto-Sensing Mode(Laser) is on, the LED
will go off if no barcode is detected after
Deactivation Time elapses.
(The default is 3 sec.)
The laser emits automatically when an
OBJECT is detected.
NOTES:
1. To extend the scanner's life, keep the scanner set to Trigger Mode or
Continuous Auto Off Mode.
2. The LED indicator will glow for GOOD READ.
3. For advanced settings of Auto-Sensing Mode(such as Deactivation Time,
Magnetic Switch and Blue LED) please refer to the next pages.
GROUP-3
GENERAL SETTINGS
BEEP TONE
2.7KHz Buzzer
(Wireless Scanner)
2.1KHz Buzzer
(Tethered Scanner)
. F012$
.F019$
BEEP OFF
BEEP HIGH
. F014$
.F021$
BEEP HIGH
. F016$
BEEP HIGH--LOW
.F018$
BEEP HIGH--LOW
BEEP MEDIUM
.F020$
. F013$
BEEP MEDIUM
. F015$
BEEP LOW--HIGH
.F022$
BEEP LOW--HIGH
. F017$
BEEP LOW
BEEP LOW
TERMINATOR
. D010$
NONE
. D013$
CR+LF
. D014$
. D011$
TAB
. D015$
LF
. D012$
SPACE
CR
. D016$
ESC
NOTES:
Below is the position of Terminator among output data string:
[Preamble] [Symbology ID] [Barcode Length] [Barcode Data] [Postamble] [Terminator]
By default, with Preamble, Postamble, Barcode Length and Symbology ID
disabled, the scanner data output will be:
[Barcode Data] [Terminator]
1. For the Keyboard Wedge interface the default terminator is CR.
2. For the USB interface the default terminator is CR.
3. For the RS232 interface the default terminator is CR+LF.
GROUP-4
SEND DATA LENGTH, PREAMBLE & POSTAMBLE.
SEND DATA LENGTH
.D019$
SEND DATA LENGTH ON
.D020$
SEND DATA LENGTH OFF
PREAMBLE & POSTAMBLE ( PREFIX AND SUFFIX )
. A011$
CLEAR PRE/ POSTAMBLE
. A012$
PREAMBLE (16)
. A013$
POSTAMBLE (16)
EXAMPLE:
Set PREAMBLE String as “ ## ”
POSTAMBLE String as “ $$ ”
SETTING PROCEDURE:
STEP 1 : Scan : CLEAR PRE/ POSTAMBLE.
STEP 2 : Scan : PREAMBLE.
STEP 3 : Scan : “ # ” twice from FULL ASCII Table.
STEP 4 : Scan : PREAMBLE.
STEP 5 : Scan : POSTAMBLE.
STEP 6 : Scan : “ $ ” twice from FULL ASCII Table.
STEP 7 : Scan : POSTAMBLE.
DATA FORMAT:
[Preamble] [Symbology ID] [Barcode Length] [Barcode Data] [Postamble] [Terminator]
NOTES:
1. A PREAMBLE is a string of up to 16 characters added
to the beginning of a scanned barcode.
2. A POSTAMBLE is a string of up to 16 characters added
to the end of a scanned barcode.
3. Default value for both: None.
GROUP-5
GENERAL SETTINGS - ACCURACY ADJUSTMENT
0
5
1
6
2
7
3
8
4
9
. A010$
ACCURACY
ADJUSTMENT
Accuracy Adjustment assures a more reliable decoded output.
Enabling the feature and setting a number from 1 to 9 subjects
the decoded output a higher standard of accuracy. The higher
the number, the greater the accuracy.
SETTING PROCEDURE:
1. Scan ACCURACY ADJUSTMENT.
2. Scan one digit (1~9) from barcode menu above.
3. Scan ACCURACY ADJUSTMENT.
. P023$
NOTES:
1. The scanner will beep three times as reminder that a setting
is not yet complete.
2. If you make a mistake, forget a step, etc., scan RESET to start
again.
GROUP-6
GENERAL SETTINGS
ENABLE INVERSE BARCODE
.D021$
DISABLE INVERSE BARCODE
[READS POSITIVE BARCODE ONLY]
.D022$
ENABLE INVERSE BARCODE
[READS POSITIVE & NEGATIVE BARCODES]
ENABLE CODE ID
.A008$
FACTORY ID ON
.A014$
AIM ID ON
.A015$
SET ID ON
DISABLE CODE ID
.A009$
NOTES:
1. Only ONE code ID will be sent.
2. The code ID is located at the position before the bar code data
and after the preamble.
EXAMPLE :
1.Preamble 145287,
2.Code ID: enable AIM ID,
3.Bar code symbologies : EAN 13+5
145287
Preamble
145287
OUTPUT
]E0
4 563987 123453
CODE ID
AIM ID : ]E0
12411
BARCODE / DATA
EAN 13 +5
: 145287]E0456398712345312411
GROUP-7
GENERAL SETTINGS
SYMBOLOGIES CODE ID IDENTIFIER
Symbologies
Factory AIM ID
ID
(new)
T
K
Symbologies
]C1
]C0
MSI
]E4
Code 32
]E4
Codabar
EAN8(+5 ON)
]E4
Codabar(ABC Codabar)
UPC-E(+2/+5 OFF)
]E0
Codabar(CDV & Send CD)
]E3
Codabar(CDV & not send CD)
]E3
]E0
UK Plessey
]E3
Full ASCII Code 39(disable CDV)
UPC-A(+5 ON)
]E3
Full ASCII Code 39(CDV & send CD)
EAN-13(+2/+5 OFF)
]E0
Full ASCII Code 39(CDV & not send CD)
]E3
Standard Code 39(disable CDV)
]E3
Standard Code 39(CDV & send CD)
EAN 128
Code 128
EAN8(+2/+5 OFF)
EAN8(+2 ON)
UPC-E(+2 ON)
S
E
UPC-E(+5 ON)
UPC-A(+2/+5 OFF)
UPC-A(+2 ON)
EAN-13(+2 ON)
A
F
EAN-13(+5 ON)
L
Code 93
Code 11(disable CDV)
Code 11(send one CD)
Code 11(send two CD)
J
Code 11(not send CD)
Telepen(ASCII)
Telepen(Numeric)
U
MSI(MOD 10 / CDV & not send CD)
Matrix 2 of 5
]G0
Standard Code 39(CDV & not send CD)
]H0
]H0
Interleaved 2 of 5(CDV & send CD)
]H1
Interleaved 2 of 5(disable CDV)
]H3
Databar
]B0
Databar Stacked
]B1
Databar Stacked Omnidirectional
Interleaved 2 of 5(CDV & not send CD)
IATA 2 of 5
R
] R0
Databar Truncated
Industrial 2 of 5
V
H
Z
]S0
Databar Limited
]X0
]E0
Databar Expanded
China Post Code
PDF417
Databar Expanded Stacked
Factory AIM ID
(new)
ID
O
B
]M0
]M1
]X0
]F0
N
]F1
]F2
]F4
P
Y
]P0
]X0
]A4
D
]A5
]A7
M
]A0
]A1
]A3
I
]I1
]I3
]I0
G
]e0
C
Q
SET ID - SETTING PROCEDURES
Steps:
1. Scan the SET ID bar code for a particular symbology.
2. Scan one or two alphanumeric characters from the Full ASCII Table.
3. Scan the SET ID bar code again.
Example: Define the MSI Code ID = A, Code 93 = G9
MSI :
Step1: Scan MSI Set ID (Group 9).
Step2: “A” from Group 57.
Step3: Scan MSI Set ID (Group 9).
Code 93:
Step1: Scan Code 93 Set ID (Group8).
Step2: “G” from Group 57, Scan “9” from Group 61.
Step3: Scan Code 93 Set ID (Group8).
NOTES:
1. The length of a Code ID is either one or two characters. If one
character is set, the Code ID output will be one character. If two
characters are set, the Code ID output will be two characters.
2. Only one type of Code ID will be sent.
GROUP-8
GENERAL SETTINGS - SET CODE ID
. P001$
EAN 13 Set ID
. P002$
EAN 8 Set ID
. P003$
UPC E Set ID
. P004$
UPC A Set ID
. P005$
Code 39 Set ID
. P013$
Code 93 Set ID
. P007$
Codabar Set ID
. P021$
IATA Set ID
. P010$
Code 128 Set ID
. P016$
EAN 128 Set ID
. P022$
Telepen Set ID
. P009$
Code 11 Set ID
. P011$
Code 32 Set ID
. P012$
China Post Code
[TOSHIBA Code] Set ID
GROUP-9
GENERAL SETTINGS - SET CODE ID
. P014$
MSI Code Set ID
. P015$
UK Plessey Set ID
. P017$
Matrix 2 of 5 Set ID
. P006$
Interleaved 2 of 5
Set ID
. P018$
Industrial 2 of 5 Set ID
. P008$
Full ASCII Code39
Set ID
. P019$
GS1 Databar (RSS)
Limited Set ID
. P020$
GS1 Databar (RSS)
Expanded Set ID
. P024$
GS1 Databar (RSS)
Set ID
. P020$
LABEL Code Set ID
[ Reserved ]
. P023$
1. The scanner will beep three times as a reminder that a setting is
not yet complete.
2. If you make a mistake, forget a step, etc., scan RESET to start
again.
GROUP-10
GENERAL SETTINGS
INTERBLOCK DELAY
0mS
10mS
50mS
100mS
200mS
500mS
INTERCHARACTER DELAY
140uS
500uS
1mS
4mS
16mS
GROUP-11
GENERAL SETTINGS
KEYBOARD LAYOUT
. C010$
. C009$
JAPAN (106 key)
. C025$
ENGLISH (USA)
. C018$
CANADIAN (FRENCH)
. C034$
ENGLISH (UK)
. C012$
CANADIAN (TRADITIONAL)
. C029$
FRENCH
. C011$
NORWEGIAN
. C026$
GERMAN
. C014$
SWEDISH
. C031$
ITALIAN
. C013$
PORTUGUESE
. C030$
SPANISH
. C017$
BELGIAN (AZERTY)
. C028$
CZECH (QWERTY)
. C022$
DUTCH
. C027$
CZECH (QWERTZ)
. C021$
DANISH
. C032$
HUNGARIAN (QWERTZ)
. C024$
SLOVAK
. C033$
HUNGARIAN (101 KEY)
. C016$
BRAZILIAN (PORTUGUESE)
. C015$
SWISS (GERMAN)
. C023$
SWISS (FRENCH)
ALT CODE
GROUP-12
GENERAL SETTINGS
CAPITAL LOCK MODE
. A005$
. A004$
CAPLOCK OFF
CAPLOCK ON
. A006$
CAPLOCK FREE
NOTE:
1. When barcode scanner is set to Caplock Free mode,
no matter keyboard Capslock LED indicator is ON or
OFF, output will be always the same as the Original
barcode. In other words, what you see is what output
is.(CODABAR is the exception)
2. If ABCD/ ABCD, abcd/ abcd, ABCD/T*E, abcd/tn*e are
on, they work independently according to their rules.
NUMERIC KEY
. D017$
NUMERIC KEY
. D018$
ALPHANUMERIC KEY
GROUP-13
TETHERED SCANNER SETTINGS
. C004$
PC-AT
COMPUTER TYPE
. C007$
NOTEBOOK*
SYMPTOMS
Scanner seems to be
performing as usual,
but no data is being
output.
SOLUTION
1. Unplug the cable from the host computer.
2. Plug the cable back into the host computer.
3. Set the scanner to the exact computer type
immediately.
CauƟon: Please ensure the correct computer type is set when the
scanner is aƩached to a new host computer. If set to Notebook, the
scanner will operate with no external keyboard.
. C005$
INTERFACES SELECTION
. C001$
USB HID
PS2 KB
. C008$
. C002$
USB HID
. C006$
*.C006$*
RS232
USB VCP
SYMPTOMS
SOLUTION
The wand does not
scan/ The scanner
does not scan when
the trigger is
depressed.
1. Unplug the cable from the host computer.
2. Plug the cable back into the host computer.
3. Set the wand to the correct interface. The
cable needs to match the interface.
CauƟon:
1. This scanner is designed to switch easily between interface
opƟons. To switch from one interface to another, the appropriate
cable must be installed. AŌer changing to a new cable, be sure
to reset the interface seƫng as appropriate.
2. Before switching to USB VCP, please make sure you have
installed proper driver on PC. The driver is available either on
enclosed CD or from your local distributor.
GROUP-14
TETHERED SCANNER SETTINGS
(The following are only supported by Bi-Color models)
BI-COLOR: CYCLE MODE
. D027$
*.D027$*
GREEN > RED
. D028$
*.D028$*
RED > GREEN
. D029$
*.D029$*
GREEN > BI-COLOR
. D030$
*.D030$*
RED > BI-COLOR
1. Illumination color will switch back and forth from one to another
when good read does not occur.
2. Illumination color will remain as the one used at the last good read.
BI-COLOR: SINGLE MODE
. D031$
*.D031$*
BI-COLOR
. D032$
*.D032$*
GREEN
. D033$
*.D033$*
RED
1. Illumination color will remain single.
GROUP-15
ADVANCED AUTO-SENSING SETTINGS
(The following is only supported by autosensing models)
MAGNETIC SWITCH
(CCD & LASER SCANNERS)
. F034$
MAGNETIC SWITCH ON
. F035$
MAGNETIC SWITCH OFF
NOTES:
1. The Magnetic Switch is automatically activated when AutoSensing Mode is on.
2. To enable Magnetic Switch, the scanner should be paired with
an Autosense Stand to perform Auto-Sensing function.
3. When Magnetic Switch is disabled, the scanner will perform
Auto-Sensing function without Autosense Stand.
GREEN LED/ SUPPLEMENT LIGHT
(CCD SCANNER ONLY)
. F032$
GREEN LED ON
. F033$
GREEN LED OFF
NOTES:
1. The green LED is automatically activated when Auto-Sensing
Mode is on.
2. Green LED serves as Supplement Light for a CCD scanner in
order to enhance the sensitivity of scanner in Auto-Sensing
Mode.
GROUP-16
ADVANCED AUTO-SENSING SETTINGS
(The following is only supported by autosensing models)
DEACTIVATION TIME
(CCD & LASER SCANNERS)
. F030$
DEACTIVATION TIME
NOTES:
1. The default of Deactivation Time is 3 Sec.
2. Deactivation Time is the time interval between the last scan and
the automatic deactivation of LED or Laser light in Auto-Sensing
Mode.
3. You can set the Deactivation Time value by the following three
steps:
Step 1: scan Deactivation Time
Step 2: scan two digits(Limit Range: 01 ~ 30sec.) from the Full ASCII
numeric table.
Step 3: scan Deactivation Time
SAME CODE INTERVAL
(LASER SCANNER ONLY)
. F031$
SAME CODE INTERVAL
NOTES:
1. The default of Same Code Interval is 30 Sec.
2. Same Code Interval is the time interval between two consecutive
scans on the SAME bar code in Auto-Sensing Mode.
3. You can set the value of Same Code Interval by the following three
steps:
Step 1: scan Same Code Interval
Step 2: scan two digits(Limit Range: 03 ~ 60sec.)from the Full ASCII
numeric table.
Step 3: scan Same Code Interval
IDLE MODE SETTING
IDLE MODE
.B028$
*.B028$*
Pre-Idle Time
.B026$
*.B026$*
Idle Mode On
.B027$
*.B027$*
Idle Mode Off
NOTES:
1. Idle Mode is only supported by certain models.
2. When Idle Mode is on, the scanner will enter idle state to save
power after a period of inactivity, or Pre-Idle Time(the default
is 1 min).
3. You can set the value of Pre-Idle Time by the following four steps:
Step 1: scan Idle Mode On
Step 2: scan Pre-Idle Time
Step 3: scan one digits(Limit Range: 1~9 Min.)from the Full ASCII
numeric table.
Step 4: scan Pre-Idle Time
GROUP-17
TETHERED SCANNER - RS232 SETTINGS
BAUD RATE
. E001$
. E005$
4800
. E006$
300
. E002$
9600
. E007$
600
. E003$
19200
. E022$
1200
. E004$
38400
2400
DATA BITS & PARITY
. E012$
. E008$
8 Bits SPACE
8 Bits None
. E009$
. E013$
7 Bits EVEN
. E014$
8 Bits EVEN
. E010$
7 Bits ODD
. E015$
8 Bits ODD
. E011$
7 Bits MARK
. E021$
8 Bits MARK
7 Bits SPACE
GROUP-18
TETHERED SCANNER - RS232 SETTINGS
STOP BITS
. E016$
1 STOP BIT
. E017$
2 STOP BITS
HANDSHAKING
. E018$
NONE
. E019$
RTS enable at Power on
. E020$
RTS enable with Communication
ACK / NAK
. E023$
ON
. E024$
OFF
FLOW CONTROL:
TIME OUT
. E025$
1 Sec
. E026$
3 Sec
. E027$
10 Sec
. E028$
Unlimited
BCC
. E029$
RS232 BCC Char On
. E030$
RS232 BCC Char Off
GROUP-19
TETHERED SCANNER - WAND EMULATION SETTINGS
. D001$
200us
LEVEL DURATION OF
MINI WIDTH
. D002$
600uS
. D003$
LOW
POLARITY OF
IDLE CONDITION
. D004$
HIGH
. D005$
Bar High / Space Low
OUTPUT OF WAND
EMULATION
. D006$
Bar Low / Space High
. D007$
PEN TYPE
. D008$
FULL ASCII CODE 39
WAVE FORM
GROUP-20
WIRELESS SCANNER SETTINGS
INTERFACE
. C035$
*.c035$*
WIRELESS
The scanner’s interface is Wireless by default.
After scanning above barcode, please select one
bluetooth profile on the next page.
. C008$
*.c008$*
USB-HID
Please connect the scanner with the host with mini
USB cable before scanning above barcode.
. C006$
*.C006$*
USB-VCP
Please connect the scanner with the host with mini
USB cable and make sure the virtual com driver
(available on CD or from local distributor) is properly
installed before scanning above barcode.
FuncƟon Support Matrix
Interface
Profile
Batch Mode
Memory Mode
Ez UƟlity
Wireless
BT HID
BT SPP








USB-HID
USB-VCP
N/A
N/A
*Note: For Ez Utility(PC-based software utility), please refer to enclosed CD
or contact your local distributor.
GROUP-21
WIRELESS SCANNER SETTINGS
BLUETOOTH PROFILE
. E043$
(Recommanded)
BT mode - HID
1. Press the trigger for 1 second to activate the scanner.
2. Scan [DISCONNECT]
3. Scan [BT mode - HID]; the scanner will emit several beeps.
4. Select “Wireless Scanner” from discovered device list.
(For PC, please click “Create a pairing code for me”)
5. The Bluetooth application may prompt you to scan
a pincode.
6. Follow the steps in PINCODE SETUP section the on next page.
7. The scanner will beep twice to verify the connection.
. E042$
BT mode - SPP
1. Press the trigger for 1 second to activate the scanner.
2. Scan [DISCONNECT]
3. Scan [BT mode - SPP]; the scanner will emit several beeps.
4. Select “Wireless Scanner” from discovered device list.
(For PC, please click “Enter the device’s pairing code”)
6. Enter “1234” from the host.
7. Open serial communication software with com port
(see Device Manager) properly set up.
8. The scanner will beep twice to verify the connection.
. E041$
BT mode - HID plug & play
1. Connect the cradle to the host PC.
2. Scan [DISCONNECT]
3. Scan [BT mode - HID plug & play], and the scanner will emit
several beeps.
4. Scan the Host Address barcode on the cradle’s bottom.
5. The scanner will beep twice and cradle’s blue indicator
LED will stay on to verify a successful connection.
*Note: Only supported by model with charging cradle.
. E031$
Disconnect
GROUP-22
WIRELESS SCANNER SETTINGS
PINCODE SETUP
. E032$
STEP 1
Pincode Start
STEP 2
Scan numeric barcodes (see NUMERIC BARCODES below)
based on the pincode generated by the Bluetooth application.
NUMERIC BARCODES
1
6
2
7
3
8
4
9
5
0
STEP 3
$TX
Enter
STEP 4
Pincode Stop
. E033$
GROUP-23
WIRELESS SCANNER SETTINGS
Getting Connected - iOS (Apple)
Simply follow instruction in [BT mode - HID]. (Group 21),
in which step 5 & 6 can be skipped since Apple devices
will not require pincode for connection.
Touch Keyboard
. E047$
ENABLE iOS HOTKEY
. E048$
DISABLE iOS HOTKEY
After enabling iOS Hotkey(disabled by default), you may simply
double-click the trigger to toggle the iPhone/iPad Touch Keyboard.
Getting Connected - Android (Samsung, hTC, Sony..)
Simply follow instruction in [BT mode - HID]. (Group 21),
in which step 5 & 6 can be skipped since Android devices
will not require pincode for connection.
*Note: The BT HID profile is supported on Android 4.0 or
newer versions.
Touch Keyboard
While connected with the scanner, the Touch Keyboard on the
Android smartphone or tablet might disappear. To resolve this
issue, please change settings on Android device with below steps:
1. Enter “Settings”
2. Enter “Language & input”
3. In Keyboard & input window, tap “Default” to continue.
4. Turn off “Hardware - Physical keyboard”, and the Touch
Keyboard will function properly again.
GROUP-24
WIRELESS SCANNER SETTINGS
POWER OFF TIMEOUT
Variable Timeout
. B030$
*.B030$*
*.B029$*
SET MINUTE
(Range: 00 ~ 60)
. B029$
SET SECOND
(Range: 00 ~ 60)
The timeout is 3 minutes by default, and is programmable to the
second and minute, ranging from 10 seconds (00:10) to 60
minutes and 60 seconds (60:60)
For example, to set the timeout as 5 minutes 30 seconds:
1. Scan [Set Minute]
2. Scan [0] & [5] on below numeric barcode table.
3. Scan [Set Minute]
4. Scan [Set Second]
5. Scan [3] & [0] on below numeric barcode table.
6. Scan [Set Second]
No Timeout (Scanner Always On)
. B021$
*.B021$*
DISABLE
TIMEOUT
NUMERIC BARCODES
1
6
2
7
3
8
4
9
5
0
GROUP-25
WIRELESS SCANNER SETTINGS
SET BLUETOOTH DEVICE ID
To customize your own Bluetooth device name for the
wireless scanner, please follow below steps:
STEP 1
. B022$
Default Wireless ID
STEP 2
. B023$
Set Wireless ID
STEP 3
Scan up to 16 alphanumeric characters from Full ASCII
Table (GROUP 35-41) as your desired ID name.
STEP 4
. B023$
Set Wireless ID
STEP 5
Scan a desired BT mode in BLUETOOTH PROFILE (GROUP 21)
to complete the configuration.
*Note:
1. If you have connected the scanner with the host BEFORE
customizing your Bluetooth device name, please remove
the device and create a new connection to make sure
device name is refreshed. For PC, it is recommended to
restart the Bluetooth adaptor in order to refresh device name.
2. At Step 3, the scanner will beep three times as an alert that
more than 16 characters are entered.
3. To reset the Bluetooth device name to default (”Wireless
Scanner”), please simply do Step1 & Step 5, skipping Step 2
to Step 4.
GROUP-26
WIRELESS SCANNER SETTINGS
SET SPP PINCODE
By default, the pincode under SPP profile for the
scanner is “1234”. You may customize this pincode
with below steps:
STEP 1
. B024$
Set SPP Pincode
STEP 2
Scan numeric barcodes (see NUMERIC BARCODES below)
Up to 8 numbers can be set as SPP pincode.
NUMERIC BARCODES
1
6
2
7
3
8
4
9
5
0
STEP 3
. B024$
Set SPP Pincode
STEP 4
Scan a desired BT mode in BLUETOOTH PROFILE (GROUP 21)
to complete the configuration.
GROUP-27
WIRELESS SCANNER SETTINGS
SPP MASTER MODE
First, please generate one configuration barcode
for the target SPP slave device in below methods:
1. The barcode must be Code 39 with no checksum
2. Barcode data format: LTB + Target MAC address
For example, the target SPP slave device’s MAC
address is 001583522C3B.
Please encode:
*LTB001583522C3B* in Code39 barcode.
Then, follow below steps to create connection:
STEP 1
. E042$
SPP - Master
STEP 2
LTB001583522C3B
(Your Target SPP Slave Device Barcode)
GROUP-28
WIRELESS SCANNER SETTINGS
SPP REMOTE CONTROL
There are two ways to verify connection status by
the host under SPP profile.
Command Response
Host sends:
Scanner replys:
CR,LF,{,A,L,},CR,LF
O,K,CR,LF
(8 bytes)
(4 bytes)
CR,LF,{,M,1,},CR,LF
a short beep
(8 bytes)
Beeper Response
Host sends:
Scanner reacts:
SHUT DOWN
This configuration barcode will shut down the scanner
immediately but still reserve the pairing record.
. E255$
SHUT DOWN
DISCONNECTION
. E031$
DISCONNECT
(CLEAR PAIRING RECORD)
. E046$
DISCONNECT
(KEEP PAIRING RECORD)
GROUP-29
WIRELESS SCANNER SETTINGS
BATCH MODE
. E054$
ENABLE
. E053$
DISABLE
When out of range, the scanner will temporarily
keep scanned data in its memory buffer(2K RAM)
until the buffer is full. When back in range, the scanner
will send all stored data back to the host.
*Note:
1. Batch Mode will not function when Memory
Mode is enabled, or no connection is made beforehand.
BINARY CHECK CHARACTER
. E029$
*.e029$*
*.e030$*
ENABLE
. E030$
DISABLE
Once enabled, a checksum will be added to the end of each data
to conduct Xor calculation. For Bluetooth SPP & USB-VCP, the BCC
is 1 byte. For Bluetooth HID, the BCC are 2 bytes.
Example:
The barcode data is “TEST” with terminator <CR><LF>
1. Bluetooth SPP & USB-VCP:
Data Format = <T> + <E> + <S> + <T> + <CR> + <LF> + <BCC>.
BCC = 54h ^ 45h ^ 53h ^ 54h ^ 0Dh ^ 0Ah = 11h
2. Bluetooth HID:
Data Format = <T> + <E> + <S> + <T> + <Enter> + <BCC>
BCC = 54h ^ 45h ^ 53h ^ 54h ^ E7h = F1h
However, since control character cannot be displayed in
Bluetooth HID, BCC will be converted into 2 bytes of characters.
As a result, the data will be: TEST + <Enter> + F + 1
GROUP-30
WIRELESS SCANNER SETTINGS
MEMORY MODE
For memory version only
. R001$
*.R001$*
*.R002$*
ENABLE MEMORY
. R002$
DISABLE MEMORY
Once enabled, the scanner will stop sending data via Bluetooth
and start storing data into the internal flash disk (2MB)
Delete Last Record/ Clear All Record
. R005$
*.R005$*
*.R004$*
DELETE LAST RECORD
. R004$
CLEAR ALL RECORD
GROUP-31
WIRELESS SCANNER SETTINGS
DATA OUTPUT
For memory version only
. R003$
OUTPUT DATA
Data Output - Interface
WIRELESS
*.R003$*
. C035$
*.c035$*
*.c008$*
*.C006$*
. C008$
USB-HID
. C006$
USB-VCP
Data Output - Wireless Method
To output stored data via WIRELESS, please do the following:
1. Scan [WIRELESS]
2. Follow the steps on Group 21 to connect to host via HID or SPP.
3. Scan [ENABLE MEMORY] (Group 30) and scan your desired barcodes.
4. To output data:
(1) in BT HID profile, simply scan [OUTPUT DATA]
(2) in BT SPP profile, simply scan [OUTPUT DATA] or send below
string to the scanner:
CR,LF,{,O,1,},CR,LF (Totals 8 bytes w/o commas)
to further clear all stored data, please send below string:
CR,LF,{,O,2,},CR,LF (Totals 8 bytes w/o commas)
Data Output - Tethered Method
To output stored data via USB-HID please do the following:
1. Connect the scanner and the host with mini USB cable.
2. Scan [USB-HID]
3. Scan [ENABLE MEMORY] (Group 30) and scan your desired barcodes.
4. Open Notepad or any app that can accept HID keyboard input.
5. Scan [OUTPUT DATA]
To output stored data via USB-VCP, please do the following:
1. Install VCP driver (available on CD)
2. Connect the scanner and the host with mini USB cable.
3. Scan [USB-VCP]
4. Scan [ENABLE MEMORY] (Group 30) and scan your desired barcodes.
5. Establish communication by Windows HyperTerminal or other
serial communication softwares.
6. To output data:
(1) simply scan [OUTPUT DATA]
(2) send below string to the scanner:
{,O,1,} (Totals 4 bytes w/o commas)
7. To further clear all stored data, please send below string:
{,O,2,} (Totals 4 bytes w/o commas)
To populate the stored data into Excel spreadsheet, please
follow “CSV Converter Instruction” under “Utility” folder on the
enclosed CD.
GROUP-32
WIRELESS SCANNER SETTINGS
DATA FORMAT
For memory version only
. R011$
*.R011$*
DATA FORMAT
The default Data Format is <Item No.>, <Date>, <Time>, <Barcode Data>
below are items and their setup codes:
Code Item
Code Item
1
2
3
Item No.
Date
Time
4
5
Barcode Data
Quantity
Example:
To change Data Format to <Barcode Data>, <Quantity>, <Date>, <Time>
1. Scan [Data Format]
2. Scan [4], [5], [2], [3] from Group 61.
3. Scan [Data Format]
. R010$
*.R010$*
FIELD SEPARATOR
Default is comma ( , ) . You may replace it with any alphanumeric
characters from the full ASCII table in User’s Manual (on CD).
Example: To change Field Separator to Semicolon ( ; )
1. Scan [Field Separator]
2. Scan [ ; ] from the full ASCII table (Group 53-61)
3. Scan [Field Separator]
DATE & TIME SETUP
For memory version only
. R006$
SET DATE
*.R006$*
Example: To set Date to 2012-08-01 (Year-Month-Day):
1. Scan [Set Date]
2. Scan [1], [2], [0], [8], [0], [1] from Group 61.
3. Scan [Set Date]
. R007$
SET TIME
*.R007$*
Example: To set Time to 08:10:30 am (Hr:Min:Sec)
1. Scan [Set Time]
2. Scan [0], [8], [1], [0], [3], [0] from Group 61.
3. Scan [Set Time]
* To avoid Time and Date being reset to factory default due
to running out of battery, please fully charge the scanner for
at least 3 hours before use.
GROUP-33
WIRELESS SCANNER SETTINGS
DATE FORMAT
For memory version only
. R008$
*.R008$*
DATE FORMAT
The default Date Format is DD/MM/YYYY (Code = 09), below
is full list of available formats and their setup codes:
Code
Format
Code
Format
01
02
03
04
05
06
07
08
DD-MM-YYYY
MM-DD-YYYY
DD-MM-YY
MM-DD-YY
YYYY-MM-DD
YY-MM-DD
DD-MM
MM-DD
09
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
DD/MM/YYYY
MM/DD/YYYY
DD/MM/YY
MM/DD/YY
YYYY/MM/DD
YY/MM/DD
DD/MM
MM/DD
Example:
To set Date Format to MM/DD/YY (Code =12)
1. Scan [Date Format]
2. Scan [1], [2] from Group 61.
3. Scan [Date Format]
TIME FORMAT
For memory version only
. R009$
TIME FORMAT
*.R009$*
The default Time Format is HH:MM:SS (Code = 01), below
are available formats and their setup codes:
Code
Format
Code
Format
01
HH:MM:SS
02
HH:MM
Example:
To set Time Format to HH:MM (Code = 02)
1. Scan [Time Format]
2. Scan [0], [2] from Group 61.
3. Scan [TimeFormat]
GROUP-34
WIRELESS SCANNER SETTINGS
QUANTITY
For memory version only
. R017$
ENABLE QUANTITY INPUT
*.R017$*
Once you enable quantity input, the operation procedure under
memory mode will be as follows:
1. Scan [ENABLE MEMORY] (Group 30)
2. Set DATA FORMAT (Group 32) as appropriate. For example, your
data format is <Barcode Data>, <Quantity>.
3. Scan a random barcode; it will be stored as <Barcode Data>.
4. Scan [SET QUANTITY]
5. Scan the numeric barcodes in page 9 &10 as desired (ranges
from 1 to 99999); it will be stored as <Quantity>.
6. Scan [SAVE DATA]
7. Repeat Step 3 -- 6 to complete your task.
8. Output memory data (refer to Data Output section in Group 31)
and the result will be:
<Barcode Data 1>, <Quantity 1>
<Barcode Data 2>, <Quantity 2>
<Barcode Data 3>, <Quantity 3>
...............
..........
. R015$
SET QUANTITY
*.R015$*
*.R016$*
. R016$
SAVE DATA
. R018$
*.R018$*
DISABLE QUANTITY INPUT
Once quantity input is diabled, the operation procedure under
memory mode will be as follows:
1. Scan [ENABLE MEMORY] (Group 30)
2. Set DATA FORMAT (Group 32) as appropriate. For example, your
data format is <Barcode Data>, <Quantity>.
3. Scan a random barcode; it will be stored as <Barcode Data>
4. Repeat Step 3 to complete your task.
5. Output memory data (refer to Data Output section in Group 31)
and the result will be:
<Barcode Data 1>, 00001
<Barcode Data 2>, 00001
<Barcode Data 3>, 00001
...............
..........
*By default, <Quantity> = 00001. To remove <Quantity> from the
data format, simply repeat Step 2 but set <Barcode Data> only.
GROUP-35
ENABLE/ DISABLE SYMBOLOGIES
ENABLE
. A002$
DISABLE
. A003$
ENABLE ALL CODE
. K010$
CODE 32
. K001$
CHINA POSTAL CODE
. L010$
DISABLE ALL CODE
. K011$
CODE 32
. K002$
CHINA POSTAL CODE
. L011$
UK PLESSEY CODE
. N001$
UK PLESSEY CODE
. N002$
INDUSTRIAL 2 OF 5
. M010$
INDUSTRIAL 2 OF 5
. M011$
MATRIX 2 OF 5
. J001$
INTERLEAVED 2 OF 5
. J010$
CODE 128
. I 001$
CODABAR
MATRIX 2 OF 5
. J002$
INTERLEAVED 2 OF 5
. J011$
CODE 128
. I 002$
. L014$
CODABAR
. L015$
TELEPEN
TELEPEN
GROUP-36
ENABLE/ DISABLE SYMBOLOGIES
ENABLE
. H001$
UPC-A
. H007$
UPC-E
. H019$
EAN-8
. H013$
DISABLE
. H002$
UPC-A
. H008$
UPC-E
. H020$
EAN-8
. H014$
EAN-13
. L001$
EAN-13
. L002$
MSI
. G008$
CODE 39
. I 010$
MSI
. G009$
CODE 39
. I 011$
CODE 11
. G010$
CODE 11
. G011$
CODE 93
. M001$
EAN-128
. N017$
CODE 93
. M002$
EAN-128
. N018$
IATA
IATA
GROUP-37
ENABLE/DISABLE SYMBOLOGIES, CHINA POSTAL CODE
ENABLE
. N032$
GS1 Databar ENABLE
DISABLE
. N033$
. N038$
GS1 Databar DISABLE
GS1 Databar STACKED ENABLE
. N039$
. N010$
GS1 Databar STACKED DISABLE
GS1 Databar LIMITED ENABLE
. N011$
. N026$
GS1 Databar LIMITED DISABLE
GS1 Databar EXPANDED ENABLE
. N027$
. N028$
GS1 Databar EXPANDED DISABLE
GS1 Databar EXPANDED STACKED ENABLE
. N029$
. G021$
PDF 417 ENABLE
GS1 Databar EXPANDED STACKED DISABLE
. G022$
PDF417 DISABLE
CHINA POSTAL CODE
[ TOSHIBA CODE ]
. K004$
. K001$
CDV & SEND CD
ENABLE
. K005$
. K002$
CDV & NOT SEND CD
DISABLE
. K003$
DISABLE CDV
. K006$
MIN LENGTH [ 11 ]
. K007$
MAX LENGTH [ 48 ]
APPENDIX
FULL ASCII ( Code 39 ) NUMERIC TABLE
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
SETTING PROCEDURE
MIN / MAX LENGTH
STEP 1 - Scan: MIN LENGTH/ MAX LENGTH
STEP 2 - Scan: Two digits from Appendix.
STEP 3 - Scan: MIN LENGTH/ MAX LENGTH
Please note that when Min Length and / or Max Length are
enabled, the scanner will only read bar codes that fall into
those length parameters. Bar codes shorter or longer than
specified will not be read. The default lengths for these are
indicated in parentheses under the Min and Max bar codes
for each symbology.
NOTES:
1. The scanner will beep three times as a reminder that a
setting is not yet complete.
2. If you make a mistake, forget a step, etc., Scan RESET to
start again.
. P023$
GROUP-38
SYMBOLOGIES: MSI CODE, UK PLESSEY CODE
MSI
. L001$
ENABLE
. L008$
. L002$
CHECK DIGIT DOUBLE 11
PLUS MOD 10
DISABLE
. L009$
. L004$
CHECK DIGIT SINGLE
MOD 10
CDV & SEND CD
. L005$
. L003$
MIN LENGTH [ 6 ]
CDV & NOT SEND CD
. L006$
. L007$
MAX LENGTH [ 48 ]
CHECK DIGIT DOUBLE
MOD 10
. L010$
ENABLE
. L011$
DISABLE
UK PLESSEY CODE
. L012$
CDV & SEND CD
. L013$
CDV & NOT SEND CD
APPENDIX
FULL ASCII ( Code 39 ) NUMERIC TABLE
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
SETTING PROCEDURE
MIN / MAX LENGTH
STEP 1 - Scan: MIN LENGTH/ MAX LENGTH
STEP 2 - Scan: Two digits from Appendix.
STEP 3 - Scan: MIN LENGTH/ MAX LENGTH
Please note that when Min Length and / or Max Length are
enabled, the scanner will only read bar codes that fall into
those length parameters. Bar codes shorter or longer than
specified will not be read. The default lengths for these are
indicated in parentheses under the Min and Max bar codes
for each symbology.
NOTES:
1. The scanner will beep three times as a reminder that a
setting is not yet complete.
2. If you make a mistake, forget a step, etc., Scan RESET to
start again.
. P023$
GROUP-39
SYMBOLOGIES: CODE 93, TELEPEN, IATA
. G010$
CODE 93
. G012$
ENABLE
. G011$
DISABLE
MIN LENGTH [ 6 ]
. G013$
MAX LENGTH [ 48 ]
. L014$
TELEPEN
. L020$
ENABLE TELEPEN
. L015$
TELEPEN ASCII
. L021$
DISABLE TELEPEN
TELEPEN NUMBER
. N017$
ENABLE
. N018$
IATA
. N021$
CDV & NOT SEND CDV
DISABLE
. N022$
. N019$
MIN LENGTH [ 6 ]
DISABLE CDV
. N020$
CDV & SEND CD
. N023$
MAX LENGTH [ 48 ]
APPENDIX
FULL ASCII ( Code 39 ) NUMERIC TABLE
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
SETTING PROCEDURE
MIN / MAX LENGTH
STEP 1 - Scan: MIN LENGTH/ MAX LENGTH
STEP 2 - Scan: Two digits from Appendix.
STEP 3 - Scan: MIN LENGTH/ MAX LENGTH
Please note that when Min Length and / or Max Length are
enabled, the scanner will only read bar codes that fall into
those length parameters. Bar codes shorter or longer than
specified will not be read. The default lengths for these are
indicated in parentheses under the Min and Max bar codes
for each symbology.
NOTES:
1. The scanner will beep three times as a reminder that a
setting is not yet complete.
2. If you make a mistake, forget a step, etc., Scan RESET to
start again.
. P023$
GROUP-40
SYMBOLOGIES: INTERLEAVED 2 OF 5, CODE 11
. J001$
ENABLE
INTERLEAVED 2 OF 5
. J008$
. J002$
First digit suppressed
DISABLE
. J009$
. J003$
Last digit suppressed
DISABLE CDV
. J004$
CDV & SEND CD
. J014$
NO suppressed
. J006$
. J005$
MIN LENGTH [ 6 ]
CDV & NOT SEND CD
. J007$
MAX LENGTH [ 48 ]
. I 010$
ENABLE
CODE 11
. I 043$
. I 011$
CDV & SEND CD
(2 DIGITS)
DISABLE
. I 012$
DISABLE CDV
. I 013$
CDV & SEND CD
. I 014$
CDV & NOT SEND CD
. I 015$
MIN LENGTH [ 6 ]
. I 016$
. I 042$
MAX LENGTH [ 32 ]
CDV & SEND CD
(1 DIGIT)
APPENDIX
FULL ASCII ( Code 39 ) NUMERIC TABLE
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
SETTING PROCEDURE
MIN / MAX LENGTH
STEP 1 - Scan: MIN LENGTH/ MAX LENGTH
STEP 2 - Scan: Two digits from Appendix.
STEP 3 - Scan: MIN LENGTH/ MAX LENGTH
Please note that when Min Length and / or Max Length are
enabled, the scanner will only read bar codes that fall into
those length parameters. Bar codes shorter or longer than
specified will not be read. The default lengths for these are
indicated in parentheses under the Min and Max bar codes
for each symbology.
NOTES:
1. The scanner will beep three times as a reminder that a
setting is not yet complete.
2. If you make a mistake, forget a step, etc., Scan RESET to
start again.
. P023$
GROUP-41
SYMBOLOGIES: INDUSTRIAL 2 OF 5, MATRIX 2 OF 5
. N001$
INDUSTRIAL 2 OF 5
. N005$
ENABLE
. N002$
DISABLE
CDV & NOT SEND CD
. N006$
. N003$
MIN LENGTH [ 6 ]
DISABLE CDV
. N004$
. N007$
MAX LENGTH [ 48 ]
CDV & SEND CD
. M010$
ENABLE
. M011$
DISABLE
MATRIX 2 OF 5
. M014$
CDV & NOT SEND CD
. M015$
. M012$
MIN LENGTH [ 6 ]
DISABLE CDV
. M013$
CDV & SEND CD
. M016$
MAX LENGTH [ 48 ]
APPENDIX
FULL ASCII ( Code 39 ) NUMERIC TABLE
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
SETTING PROCEDURE
MIN / MAX LENGTH
STEP 1 - Scan: MIN LENGTH/ MAX LENGTH
STEP 2 - Scan: Two digits from Appendix.
STEP 3 - Scan: MIN LENGTH/ MAX LENGTH
Please note that when Min Length and / or Max Length are
enabled, the scanner will only read bar codes that fall into
those length parameters. Bar codes shorter or longer than
specified will not be read. The default lengths for these are
indicated in parentheses under the Min and Max bar codes
for each symbology.
NOTES:
1. The scanner will beep three times as a reminder that a
setting is not yet complete.
2. If you make a mistake, forget a step, etc., Scan RESET to
start again.
. P023$
GROUP-42
SYMBOLOGIES: CODABAR
. I 001$
ENABLE
CODABAR
. I 007$
. I 002$
CDV & NOT SEND CD
DISABLE
. I 008$
. I 005$
MIN LENGTH [ 6 ]
DISABLE CDV
. I 009$
. I 006$
MAX LENGTH [ 48 ]
CDV & SEND CD
. I 030$
ST/SP: abcd/abcd
START / STOP
. I 003$
. I 029$
SEND START / STOP
ST/SP: ABCD/ABCD
. I 004$
. I 031$
ST/SP: ABCD/TN*E
. I 032$
ST/SP: abcd/tn*e
. I 027$
CLSI FORMAT ON
. I 028$
CLSI FORMAT OFF
Not Send START / STOP
Example of ST ( Start ) / SP ( Stop )
123456
Not Transmit ST/SP
A123456B
ST/SP: ABCD/ABCD
a123456b
ST/SP: abcd/abcd
A123456N
ST/SP: ABCD/TN*E
a123456n
ST/SP: abcd/tn*e
CLSI FORMAT
CLSI- Enable library space
insertion. If you enable the CLSI
format, this option inserts spaces
in position 2, 7, 13 of the data
string for use in library systems.
APPENDIX
FULL ASCII ( Code 39 ) NUMERIC TABLE
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
SETTING PROCEDURE
MIN / MAX LENGTH
STEP 1 - Scan: MIN LENGTH/ MAX LENGTH
STEP 2 - Scan: Two digits from Appendix.
STEP 3 - Scan: MIN LENGTH/ MAX LENGTH
Please note that when Min Length and / or Max Length are
enabled, the scanner will only read bar codes that fall into
those length parameters. Bar codes shorter or longer than
specified will not be read. The default lengths for these are
indicated in parentheses under the Min and Max bar codes
for each symbology.
NOTES:
1. The scanner will beep three times as a reminder that a
setting is not yet complete.
2. If you make a mistake, forget a step, etc., Scan RESET to
start again.
. P023$
GROUP-43
SYMBOLOGIES: ABC- CODABAR, CX- CODABAR
. I 017$
ON
. I 018$
OFF
. I 035$
ABC- CODABAR
. I 039$
INSERT DATA- ON
. I 036$
INSERT DATA- OFF
SET INSERT DATA*
The data can be any alphanumerics of FULL ASCII Table
(GROUP 53-61)
ABC-CODABAR (American Blood Commission). The ABC
Code is an acronym for American Blood Commission. This
bar code is a variant of the CODABAR Code developed for
the use in the blood bank. This Code consists of two bar codes
which are decoded in one read cycle. The code is concatenated
when the stop character of the first bar code and the start
character of the second bar code is a “ D ”, these two “ D ” are
not transmitted.
. I 022$
ON
. I 023$
OFF
. I 037$
CX CODE- CODABAR
. I 040$
INSERT DATA- ON
. I 038$
INSERT DATA- OFF
SET INSERT DATA*
The data can be any alphanumerics of FULL ASCII Table
(GROUP 53-61)
The CX-Code consists of two bar codes which are decoded
in one read cycle, the code is concatenated when the stop
character of the first bar code is a C, and the start character
of the second bar code is a B. The B and C characters are
not transmitted.
GROUP-44
SYMBOLOGIES: CODABAR COUPLING, ADJACENT REQUIRED
. I 019$
CODABAR COUPLING
. I 041$
ON
. I 020$
OFF
INSERT DATA - ON
. I 026$
. I 021$
INSERT DATA - OFF
SET INSERT DATA*
ABC-Codabar and CX-Codabar have certain rules regarding
the Stop Character of first bar code and the stop character of
second bar code while in conjunction, while CodabarCoupling is enabled, the data from any two Codabar bar codes
can be coupled into one set of data without any limitations
between the Stop character of first bar code and the Start
character of second bar code. The Start and Stop characters
associated with each bar code will be sent.
The data can be any alphanumerics of FULL ASCII Table (GROUP
53-61)
ADJACENT REQUIRED
If CODABAR ADJACENT
is enabled, the scanner
will only read two adjacent
Codabar bar codes; a
single bar code will not be
read.
. I 033$
ON
. I 034$
OFF
NOTES:
1. Both ABC-Codabar and CX-Codabar can be enabled together,
except when Codabar-Coupling is also enabled.
2. If ABC-Codabar, CX-Codabar, and Codabar-Coupling are all
enabled at the same time, the scanner will read only CodabarCoupling, that is, ABC-Codabar, CX-Codabar will be considered
coupling formats.
SETTING PROCEDURE - SET INSERT DATA
Step 1- Scan SET INSERT DATA.
Step 2- Scan any combination of alphanumeric characters from
FULL ASCII Table.
Step 3- Scan SET INSERT DATA.
NOTES:
1. The scanner will beep three times as a reminder that a
setting is not yet complete.
2. If you make a mistake, forget a step, etc., Scan RESET to
start again.
GROUP-45
SYMBOLOGIES: STANDARD & FULL ASCII CODE 39, CODE 32
STANDARD CODE 39
& FULL ASCII 39
. G003$
. G008$
DISABLE CDV
ENABLE
. G004$
. G009$
DISABLE
. G001$
CDV & SEND CD
. G005$
CDV & NOT SEND CD
FULL ASCII CODE 39
ENABLE
. G006$
. G002$
MIN LENGTH [ 1 ]
FULL ASCII CODE 39
DISABLE
. G014$
START / STOP - SEND
. G007$
MAX LENGTH [ 48 ]
. G015$
START / STOP Not SEND
NOTE:
The default for Code 39 is Standard Code 39. If Full ASCII
Code 39 is enabled, Standard Code 39 will be automatically
disabled.
. K010$
ENABLE
. K011$
CODE 32
. K013$
LEADING NOT SEND
DISABLE
. K014$
. K012$
TAILING SEND
LEADING SEND
. K015$
TAILING NOT SEND
APPENDIX
FULL ASCII ( Code 39 ) NUMERIC TABLE
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
SETTING PROCEDURE
MIN / MAX LENGTH
STEP 1 - Scan: MIN LENGTH/ MAX LENGTH
STEP 2 - Scan: Two digits from Appendix.
STEP 3 - Scan: MIN LENGTH/ MAX LENGTH
Please note that when Min Length and / or Max Length are
enabled, the scanner will only read bar codes that fall into
those length parameters. Bar codes shorter or longer than
specified will not be read. The default lengths for these are
indicated in parentheses under the Min and Max bar codes
for each symbology.
NOTES:
1. The scanner will beep three times as a reminder that a
setting is not yet complete.
2. If you make a mistake, forget a step, etc., Scan RESET to
start again.
. P023$
GROUP-46
SYMBOLOGIES FORMATTING: UPC-E
. H007$
ENABLE
UPC-E
. H010$
. H008$
LEAD DIGIT NO SEND
DISABLE
. H011$
. H009$
CHECK DIGIT SEND
LEAD DIGIT SEND
. H012$
CHECK DIGIT NO SEND
. H037$
ADD ON SUPPLEMENT
+5 ON
. H047$
. H038$
+ 5 OFF
ADD A SPACE ON
. H048$
. H039$
ADD A SPACE OFF
+2 ON
. H056$
. H040$
+ 2 OFF
ADDENDA REQUIRED ON
. H055$
ADDENDA REQUIRED OFF
NOTE:
If ADDENDA REQUIRED is set to ON, the scanner
will only read an UPC-E bar code that has an addenda.
At the same time please also scan +5 ON or +2 ON so
the scanner will output a 5-digit or 2-digit addendum.
GROUP-47
SYMBOLOGIES: UPC-E SYSTEM NUMBER
UPC-E0
. H064$
E [ 0 ] OFF
. H063$
E ( 0 ) ON
UPC-E1
. H065$
E [ 1 ] ON
. H066$
E ( 1 ) OFF
NOTE:
Most UPC bar codes lead with 0 number systems, for these bar
codes use UPC E(0) selection. For the bar codes that lead with
the 1 number, use UPC E(1) selection.
UPC-E EXPAND
TO UPC-A
. H053$
ENABLE
. H054$
DISABLE
NOTE:
1. If UPC-E EXPAND TO UPC A FORMAT is enabled, the output
of UPC-A will be 12 digits.
2. The default output of UPC-A is 12 digits, if UPC-A EXPAND TO
EAN13 is enabled, a zero will be added to in front of the bar code.
GROUP-48
SYMBOLOGIES FORMATTING: UPC- A
. H001$
ENABLE
. H002$
DISABLE
. H003$
LEAD DIGIT SEND
UPC- A
. H004$
LEAD DIGIT NO SEND
. H005$
CHECK DIGIT SEND
. H006$
CHECK DIGIT NO SEND
UPC-A EXPAND
TO EAN-13
. H068$
ENABLE
. H067$
DISABLE
. H033$
ADD ON SUPPLEMENT
. H045$
+5 ON
. H034$
+ 5 OFF
. H035$
ADD A SPACE ON
. H046$
ADD A SPACE OFF
. H060$
+2 ON
. H036$
+ 2 OFF
ADDENDA REQUIRED ON
. H059$
ADDENDA REQUIRED OFF
NOTE:
If ADDENDA REQUIRED is set to ON, the scanner
will only read an UPC-E bar code that has an addenda.
At the same time please also scan +5 ON or +2 ON so
the scanner will output a 5-digit or 2-digit addendum.
GROUP-49
SYMBOLOGIES FORMATTING: EAN 8
. H019$
ENABLE
. H020$
DISABLE
EAN-8
. H022$
LEAD DIGIT NO SEND
. H023$
. H021$
CHECK DIGIT SEND
LEAD DIGIT SEND
. H024$
CHECK DIGIT NO SEND
. H029$
+ 5 ON
ADD ON SUPPLEMENT
. H043$
. H030$
ADD A SPACE ON
+ 5 OFF
. H044$
. H031$
ADD A SPACE OFF
+ 2 ON
. H062$
. H032$
ADDENDA REQUIRED ON
+ 2 OFF
. H061$
ADDENDA REQUIRED OFF
NOTE:
If ADDENDA REQUIRED is set to ON, the scanner
will only read an UPC-E bar code that has an addenda.
At the same time please also scan +5 ON or +2 ON so
the scanner will output a 5-digit or 2-digit addendum.
GROUP-50
SYMBOLOGIES FORMATTING: EAN13, ISBN, ISSN, ISMN
. H013$
ENABLE
EAN-13
. H016$
. H014$
LEAD DIGIT NO SEND
. H017$
DISABLE
. H015$
CHECK DIGIT SEND
. H018$
LEAD DIGIT SEND
CHECK DIGIT NO SEND
. H025$
+ 5 ON
ADD ON SUPPLEMENT
. H041$
. H026$
ADD A SPACE ON
+ 5 OFF
. H027$
+ 2 ON
. H042$
ADD A SPACE OFF
. H058$
. H028$
ADDENDA REQUIRED ON
. H057$
+ 2 OFF
ADDENDA REQUIRED OFF
. H050$
. H049$
ISBN
ISBN OFF
NOTES:
ISBN ON
1. If ADDENDA REQUIRED is set to ON, the scanner will
only read an EAN-13 bar code that has an addenda.
2. Either ISSN or ISBN will be considered as an extension of
EAN-13. If ISSN or ISBN needs to be read, EAN-13 must be
enabled. If ISSN and ISBN need to be read with addenda,
EAN-13 must be enabled with ADDENDA REQUIRED set
to ON, and +2 ON or +5 ON must be enabled as well.
. H052$
ISSN OFF
ISSN
. H051$
ISSN ON
NOTE:
Both ISSN and ISBN are the extension codes of EAN-13.
If scanner is required to read either ISSN or ISBN, EAN-13
must be enabled. Otherwise the scanner will not be able to
read ISSN or ISBN.
. H070$
ISMN OFF
ISMN
. H069$
ISMN ON
GROUP-51
SYMBOLOGIES: EAN/UCC-128, CODE 128
. M001$
ENABLE
EAN/ UCC-128
. M005$
. M002$
FUNC 1 CHAR SEND
. M006$
DISABLE
. M003$
FUNC 1 CHAR NOT SEND
CODE ID ENABLE
. M007$
. M004$
DEFINE EAN 128
CODE ID DISABLE
NOTES: DEFINE EAN 128
The first FNC1 character is translated to ]c1, and the second
FNC1 character is translated to an ASCII <GS> character
(scan from Group 41)
String format:
Setting Procedure:
1: Scan DEFINE EAN128.
2: Scan ASCII Code ( Group 41 )
3: Scan DEFINE EAN128.
CODE 128
. J010$
ENABLE
. J011$
. J012$
MIN LENGTH [ 5 ]
. J013$
MAX LENGTH [ 48 ]
DISABLE
PDF417
. G021$
ENABLE
. G022$
DISABLE
GROUP-52
GS1 DataBar, LIMITED, EXPANDED
. N032$
GS1 DataBar (RSS) - OMNI & STACKED
GS1 DataBar ENABLE
. N034$
GS1 DataBar CHECK DIGIT SEND
. N036$
GS1 DataBar PREFIX SEND
. N038$
GS1 DataBar STACKED ENABLE
. N033$
GS1 DataBar DISABLE
. N035$
GS1 DataBar CHECK DIGIT NOT SEND
. N037$
GS1 DataBar PREFIX NOT SEND
. N039$
. P024$
GS1 DataBar STACKED DISABLE
GS1 DataBar SET ID
. N010$
GS1 DataBar LIMITED ENABLE
. N012$
GS1 DataBar LIMITED CHECK DIGIT SEND
. N024$
GS1 DataBar LIMITED PREFIX SEND
. P019$
GS1 DataBar (RSS) - LIMITED
. N011$
GS1 DataBar LIMITED DISABLE
. N013$
GS1 DataBar LIMITED CHECK DIGIT NOT SEND
. N025$
GS1 DataBar LIMITED PREFIX NOT SEND
GS1 DataBar LIMITED SET ID
. N026$
GS1 DataBar (RSS) - EXPANDED
. N027$
GS1 DataBar EXPANDED ENABLE
. N028$
GS1 DataBar EXPANDED DISABLE
. N029$
GS1 DataBar EXPANDED STACKED ENABLE
. N030$
GS1 DataBar EXPANDED MIN LENGTH
GS1 DataBar EXPANDED STACKED DISABLE
. N031$
. P020$
GS1 DataBar EXPANDED MAX LENGTH
GS1 DataBar EXPANDED SET ID
GROUP-53
FULL ASCII TABLE ( CODE 39 )
CONTROL CODES
%U
NUL
$A
SOH
$B
STX
$C
ETX
$D
EOT
$E
ENQ
$F
ACK
$G
BEL
$H
BS
$I
HT
$J
LF
$K
VT
$L
FF
$M
CR
$N
SO
$O
SI
GROUP-54
FULL ASCII TABLE ( CODE 39 )
CONTROL CODES
$P
DLE
$Q
DC1
$R
DC2
$S
DC3
$T
DC4
$U
NAK
$V
SYN
$W
ETB
$X
CAN
$Y
EM
$Z
SUB
%A
ESC
%B
FS
%C
GS
%D
RS
%E
US
SP
GROUP-55
FULL ASCII TABLE ( CODE 39 )
SYMBOLS
%L
/A
%V
/C
%N
%S
/F
/J
%0
%H
%Q
GROUP-56
FULL ASCII TABLE ( CODE 39 )
SYMBOLS
%P
%R
%K
%M
/H
/I
%G
%I
>
%W
/B
/G
/L
%F
/Z
%J
%T
DEL
GROUP-57
FULL ASCII TABLE ( CODE 39 )
UPPER CASE ALPHABETS
A
A
B
B
C
C
D
D
E
E
F
F
G
G
H
H
I
I
J
J
K
K
L
L
M
M
GROUP-58
FULL ASCII TABLE ( CODE 39 )
UPPER CASE ALPHABETS
N
N
O
O
P
P
Q
Q
R
R
S
S
T
T
U
U
V
V
W
W
X
X
Y
Y
Z
Z
GROUP-59
FULL ASCII TABLE ( CODE 39 )
LOWER CASE ALPHABETS
+A
a
+B
b
+C
c
+D
d
+E
e
+F
f
+G
g
+H
h
+I
i
+J
j
+K
k
+L
l
+M
m
GROUP-60
FULL ASCII TABLE ( CODE 39 )
LOWER CASE ALPHABETS
+N
n
+O
o
+P
p
+Q
q
+R
r
+S
s
+T
t
+U
u
+V
v
+W
w
+X
x
+Y
y
+Z
z
GROUP-61
FULL ASCII TABLE ( CODE 39 )
NUMBERS
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
GROUP-62
FULL ASCII TABLE ( CODE 39 )
FUNCTION KEYS
$TA
F1
$TB
F2
$TC
F3
$TD
F4
$TE
F5
$TF
F6
$TG
F7
$TH
F8
$TI
F9
$TJ
F10
$TK
F11
$TL
F12
$TM
Home
$TN
End
$T+D
Enter (Numeric Key)
$T+O
App
GROUP-63
FULL ASCII TABLE ( CODE 39 )
NAVIGATION KEYS
$TO
Cursor Right
$TP
Cursor Left
$TQ
Cursor Up
$TR
Cursor Down
$TS
Page Up
$TT
Page Down
$TU
Tab
$TV
Back Tab
$TW
Esc
$TX
Enter
$TY
BS
$TZ
Ins
$T%K
Del
GROUP-64
FULL ASCII TABLE ( CODE 39 )
MODIFIER KEYS
$T%M
$T%L
Alt (Left) break
Alt (Left) make*1
$T+E
Alt (Right) make
$T%N
Shift (Left) make *2
$T+I
Shift (Right) make
$T+K
Win (Left) make
$T+M
Win (Right) make
$T%W
Ctrl (Left) make *3
$T+G
$T+F
Alt (Right) break
$T%O
Shift (Left) break
$T+J
Shift (Right) break
$T+L
Win (Left) break
$T+N
Win (Right) break
$T+A
Ctrl (Left) break
$T+H
Ctrl (Right) break
Ctrl (Right) make
For UK Keyboard Special Character
$T+C
$T+B
Note:
*1: When “Alt(Left)Make” is programmed, please scan “Alt(Left)Break” to resume barcode setting.
*2: When “Shift(Left)Make” is programmed, please scan “Shift(Left)Break” to resume barcode setting.
*3: When “Ctrl(Left)Make” is programmed, please scan “Ctrl(Left)Break” to resume barcode setting.
GROUP-65
TROUBLE SHOOTING
Our Barcode Scanners are simple to install and use.
Most operational issues can be attributed to:
INCORRECT INTERFACE CONNECTION
INCORRECT CONFIGURATION SETUP
POOR BARCODE QUALITY
GENERAL PROCEDURES
1. First, make sure the scanner is firmly connected to the host
computer, when attached correctly, the scanner will emit
one long beep. When the trigger is pressed, LED will flash.
2. Once the power is on, try scanning some sample bar codes
from this user’s guide. The scanner should beep and the
LED should flash to indicate a good read in the default
configuration. If reading the bar code does not result in
a good read, there may have been a problem with the
scanning technique or the interface configuration setting.
Reset the scanner to default.
3. If the scanner indicates a good read, but there is no output
of data to the monitor, please check the cabling connection.
KEYBOARD INTERFACES
PROBLEMS
In general, the Keyboard Wedge interface is trouble free, but
there is still something to check in the event of a problem:
Do you have the correct cable?
Most computers use an XT/AT-compatible keyboard. Be sure
you have the proper cable for your computer.
Does the keyboard work?
Since the keyed-in data from keyboard must pass through the
decoder, the cabling connections are correct if the keyboard is
functioning.
Can your computer accept the data fast enough?
Your computer’s BIOS has a feature related to keyboard typing
speed. Try to set the Intercharacter Delay feature to stimulate
the keystroke entry speed.
Does keyboard port supply enough power?
Most notebook computers do not supply enough power to the
scanner. The symptom of insufficient power is a lower “good
read” rate (since there is not enough power to properly support
the scanning operation).
GROUP-66
TROUBLE SHOOTING
RS232 INTERFACE PROBLEMS
Once you read bar code, there is no output on the monitor,
the symptoms may be caused by:
1. Have you set the protocol of RS232 like Baud rate, data bits,
parity and handshaking etc. of a scanner to match to the PC
terminal setting?
Solution: reset the above mentioned RS232 protocol of scanner
to match to PC protocol.
2. Please check if the cable pinout assignment of bar code match
to the pinout assignment of PC terminal?
No power supply to the scanner:
1. Do you connect the right power adaptor to the scanner?
2. Does scanner connect the cable with right pinout which match
to PC terminal?
INTERFACE PROBLEMS
Are you using the Wand Emulation mode with Code 39 output?
If so, is your decoder set to accept Code 39 data?
Check the scanner’s con guration setting to make sure it can accept
the bar code symbology you are trying to read.
Although the cable seems to connect properly, does the scanner
not send data to the host computer?
There are no industrial standards for scanner interface cables, so even
if they look alike and have similar connector, they might not be alike.
For example, cables for Keyboard Wedge and Wand Emulation are
similar, but they are not interchangeable due to different pin
assignments.
Be sure the cable you are using attaches correctly to the matching
connector.
CONFIGURATION SETUP
Are you set up for the right Interface?
Are you set up for the right interface? Did you select the Keyboard
Wedge cable but set the scanner for RS-232 or Wand Emulation?
Or did you change the Keyboard cable to RS-232 but forget to set
the scanner interface to RS-232 as well? Set the scanner to its default
settings, then select the correct interface based upon the cable and
input you are using.
Symptom ---- The LED lighting is stuck, and no function at all,
even triggered the scanner.
Solution ---- Set the scanner to default condition, and choose
the right interfaces.
GROUP-67
TROUBLE SHOOTING
Is the proper symbology enabled?
Each bar code symbology can be individually enabled or
disabled. It is suggested that you enable only those that you
will be scanning, thereby eliminating the possibility of mis
reads from the scanning of other symbologies.
Does the selected bar code symbology con guration match
the bar code(s) being read?
Scanned data from each bar code symbology can be restricted
to eliminate the scanning of unused symbologies.
The restrictions are individually set for each symbology.
POOR BAR CODE QUALITY
The third problem area has nothing to do with the scanner, but rather
the printed quality of the bar code and/or the scanning technique
employed.
TOLERANCE OF BAR CODE
A bar code may have a tolerance. Normally, the tolerances are
caused by bar code font software or a printer. Software with a
proven reputation should be chosen to generate bar codes. If the
printed bar codes are distorted, the scanner might not recognize
them.
It is very difficult to get a good read from a poor quality bar code
unless it is scanned many times. As the quality of the symbology
drops, the chances for undetected error increase. A bar code Check
Digit Veri cation (CDV) should be used to check the quality of
the suspect bar codes.
LABELS (PAPER & COLOR & PRINTER)
The light source of a bar code scanner is generally red, so there are
some restrictions for the printing of labels. Care should be taken
when choosing materials, especially color inks and papers.
Sometimes the combination of the label color and the color of
the ink can, in effect, blind the scanner. Media with a shiny surface
will also cause reading difficulties for scanners.
Moreover, poor printing quality can also result in reading difficulties
for the scanner. Bad printing may be caused by the type of printer
used; dot matrix and inkjet printers will not procedure high quality
bar codes. Also check to make sure the ink, ribbon, or toner in
good supply.
APPENDIX 1
DEFAULT TABLE 1
GROUP
PARAMETER
DEFAULT
Computer Type
PC-AT
1
Interface
(depends on customer order)
Setup Code
On
2
Reading Mode
Trigger
2.2
Bi-color Light Source
Green > Red
2.3
Magnetic Switch
On
Green LED/ Supplement Light (CCD Scanner)
On
Deactivation Time (CCD & Laser Scanner)
3 Sec
Same Code Interval (Laser Scanner)
30 Sec
Idle Mode
Off
Pre-Idle Time
1 Min
2.6
Connection Options
BT HID
2.8
Wireless ID
Wireless Scanner
2.9
Power Off Timeout
3 Min
SSP (Secure Simple Pairing)
Disable
2.4
2.10
2.11
2.13
2.15
2.16
2.17
3
4
5
6
6~9
10
11
12
13
14
iOS Hotkey
Disable
Link Quality
Disable
Batch Mode
Disable
SPP Pincode
1234
Memory Mode
Disable
Data Output Method
Wireless
Data Format
<Item No.><Date><Time><Barcode Data>
Field Separator
,
Date Format
DD/MM/YYYY
Time Format
HH:MM:SS
Beep Tone Mode 2.1k
Beep Medium
Beep Tone Mode 2.7k
Beep Medium
Terminator
CR(KB, USB); CR+LF(RS232)
Send Data Length
Preamble & Postamble
Accuracy Adjustment
Label Type Positive/ Negative
Off
None
0
Disable
Enable & Disable Code ID
Interblock Delay
Off
0ms
Intercharacter Delay
140us
Keyboard Layout
English(USA)
Caplock
Off
Numeric Key
Baud Rate
Alphanumeric Key
9600
Data Bits & Parity
Stop Bits
1 stop bit
None
ACK/NAK
Off
Flow Control Timeout
1 Sec
BCC
Level duration of Mini Width
Off
200us
Polarity of Idle Condition
Output of Wand Emulation
High
Bar High/ Space Low
Wave Form
Full ASCII 39
Off
Idle Mode
Pre-Idle Time
Enable and Disable Symbologies
15
8 Bits None
Handshaking
1 Min
Code 32
Disable
China Postal Code
Enable
UK Plessey Code
Disable
Industrial 2 of 5
Disable
Matrix 2 of 5
Disable
Interleaved 2 of 5
Enable
Code 128
Enable
Codabar
Enable
Telepen
Disable
APPENDIX 1
DEFAULT TABLE 2
GROUP
16
1
17
2
PARAMETER
DEFAULT
UPC-A
Enable
UPC-E
Enable
EAN-8
Enable
EAN-13
Enable
MSI
Disable
Code 39
Enable
Code 11
Disable
Code 93
Disable
EAN-128
Enable
IATA
Disable
GS1 Databar
GS1 Databar Stacked
GS1 Databar Limited
Disable
Enable
GS1 Databar Expanded
GS1 Databar Expanded Stacked
PDF417
China Post Code
Disable
Disable
Enable
Disable
Enable/Disable
Enable
Check Digits
Disable CDV
Min Length
11 digits
Max Length
48 digits
MSI
1
18
2
1
19
2
3
1
20
2
Enable/Disable
Disable
Check Digits
CDV & send CD
Check Digits Mode
Single MOD 10
Enable/Disable
Check Digits
Disable
CDV & not send CD
Enable/Disable
Min Length
Max Length
Disable
6 digits
48 digits
Enable/Disable
Telepen ASCII/ Number
Disable
Number
Enable/Disable
Check Digits
Min Length
Max Length
Disable
Disable CDV
6 digits
48 digits
Enable/Disable
Check Digits
Enable
Disable CDV
No suppressed
6 digits
48 digits
First/ last digit suppressed
Min Length
Max Length
Enable/Disable
Check Digits
Min Length
Max Length
1
Enable/Disable
Check Digits
Min Length
Max Length
21
2
Enable/Disable
Check Digits
Min Length
Max Length
Disable
Disable CDV
6 digits
32 digits
Disable
Disable CDV
6 digits
48 digits
Disable
Disable CDV
6 digits
48 digits
APPENDIX 1
DEFAULT TABLE 3
GROUP
PARAMETER
DEFAULT
Enable/Disable
Check Digits
Enable
Disable CDV
6 digits
48 digits
Min Length
Max Length
22
ST/SP; Abcd/abcd, abcd/tn*c,
ABCD/ABCD,ABCD/TN*C
ABCD/ABCD
Start(ST)/Stop(SP)
CLSI Format
Send
On
1
ON/OFF
Insert Data
Off
Off
2
ON/OFF
Insert Data
Off
Off
ON/OFF
Insert Data
Adjacent Required
Off
Off
Off
Full ASCII 39 Enable/Disable
Check Digits
Start/Stop
Min Length
Max Length
Enable
Disable CDV
Not Send
1 digit
48 digits
23
24
1
25
Code 32
2
26
27
28
29
Enable/Disable
Disable
Leading
Tailing
send
send
Enable/Disable
Enable
Check Digits
Send
Lead Digits
Send
Add a space
Off
Addenda required
Off
+5 On/Off
Off
+2 On/Off
Off
UPC E(0) On/Off
On
UPC E(1) On/Off
Off
UPC-E expand to UPC-A
Disable
UPC-A expand to EAN-13
Disable
Enable/Disable
Enable
Check Digits
Send
Lead Digits
Send
Add a space
Off
Addenda required
Off
+5 On/Off
Off
+2 On/Off
Off
Enable/Disable
Enable
Check Digits
Send
Lead Digits
Send
Add a space
Off
Addenda required
Off
+5 On/Off
Off
+2 On/Off
Off
APPENDIX 1
DEFAULT TABLE 4
GROUP
30
1
31
2
3
PARAMETER
DEFAULT
Enable/Disable
Enable
Check Digits
Send
Lead Digits
Send
Add a space
Off
Addenda required
Off
+5 On/Off
Off
+2 On/Off
Off
ISSN On/Off
Off
ISBN
Off
Enable/Disable
Enable
Code ID
Disable
Func 1 Char Send
Not Send
Enable/Disable
Enable
Check Digits
Disable CDV
Min Length
5 digits
48 digits
Max Length
PDF417
Enable/Disable
GS1 Databar
GS1 Databar Check Digit
32
Disable
Disable
Not Send
GS1 Databar Prefix
Not Send
GS1 Databar Stacked
Enable
GS1 Databar Limited
Disable
GS1 Databar Limited Check Digit
Not Send
GS1 Databar Limited Prefix
Not Send
GS1 Databar Expanded
Disable
GS1 Databar Expanded Stacked
Enable
APPENDIX 2
Cable Pin Assignment
INTERFACES:
1. TTL, Wand Emulation
1.1 ) AMP (D-Sub 9Pin):
Pin
2
7
9
Signal
Data
GND
+5VCC
1.2 ) Din 5 male (240 degree):
Pin
1
2
3
4
5
Signal
+ 5VCC
Data
GND
N/A
N/A
2. Keyboard Interface:
Type of connector:
2.1 ) PS/2 Mini Din6 Female:
Pin
1
2
3
4
5
6
Signal
PC Data
NC
GND
+5VCC
PC-Clk
NC
2.2 ) PS/2 Mini Din6 Male:
Pin
1
2
3
4
5
6
Signal
KB- Data
NC
GND
+5VCC
KB-Clk
NC
APPENDIX 2
Cable Pin Assignment
2. Keyboard Interface:
Type of connector:
2.3) PC-AT: Din 5 Male:
Pin
1
2
3
4
5
Signal
KB-Clk
KB-Data
NC
GND
+5VCC
2.4) PC-AT: Din 5 Female:
Pin
1
2
3
4
5
Signal
PC-Clk
PC-Data
NC
GND
+5VCC
3.RS232 Interfaces:
3.1) DB9F
Signal
Pin
2 TXD(Out)
RXD(In)
3
5
GND
CTS(In)
7
8 RTS(Out)
9
+5VCC
3.2) DB25F
Pin
2
3
4
5
7
16
25
Signal
RXD(In)
TXD(Out)
CTS(In)
RTS(Out)
GND
+5VCC
+5VCC
APPENDIX 3
BAR CODE TEST CHART
DENSITY
NARROW
mm[mil]
WIDE
mm[mil]
CHAR.GAP
mm[mil]
N/W
RATIO
MEDIUM
DENSITY
0.25(10)
0.625(25)
0.25(10)
1/2.5
MEDIUM DENSITY
NW-7
[CODABAR]
CODE-39
Interleaved
2of5
UPC
EAN
APPENDIX 3
BAR CODE TEST CHART
DENSITY
NARROW
mm[mil]
WIDE
mm[mil]
CHAR.GAP
mm[mil]
N/W
RATIO
LOW
DENSITY
0.33(13)
0.825(32.5)
0.33(13)
1/2.5
LOW DENSITY