MetroSelect Configuration Guide

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METROLOGIC INSTRUMENTS, INC.
MetroSelect
Configuration Guide
®
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
Introduction
Symbol Key ................................................................................................. ix
Bar Code Configuration Methods
Single-Code Method..................................................................................... x
Multi-Code Method ....................................................................................... x
Need to Start Over?
Recall Defaults ............................................................................................ xi
Section A: Code Types and Decode Rules
UPC/EAN......................................................................................................1
Code 128 ......................................................................................................3
Code 39 ........................................................................................................4
Interleaved 2 of 5..........................................................................................6
Standard 2 of 5 .............................................................................................9
Other 2 of 5 Codes .....................................................................................10
Codabar......................................................................................................12
Code 93 ......................................................................................................13
Code 11 ......................................................................................................13
Telepen.......................................................................................................14
Plessey Codes............................................................................................15
Other Decode Features ..............................................................................17
Configurable Code Lengths........................................................................18
RSS 14 Features ........................................................................................21
RSS Limited Features ................................................................................23
RSS Expanded Features............................................................................25
Section B: Supplements
Two Digit Supplements/Redundancy ...........................................................1
Five Digit Supplements/Redundancy ...........................................................1
Supplements Required/Not Required...........................................................2
Remote Supplemental Requirement ............................................................2
Bookland (978) Supplement Required .........................................................3
977 (2 Digit) Supplement Required ..............................................................3
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378/379 French Supplement Requirement...................................................3
434/439 German Supplement Required.......................................................4
414/419 German Supplement Required.......................................................4
# System 2 Requires Supplements ..............................................................4
# System 5 Requires Supplements ..............................................................5
8711685 Requires 5-Digit Supplements.......................................................5
Coupon Code 128 ........................................................................................5
Code 128 Group Separators ........................................................................6
Code 128 ‘]C1’ Extended Code Format........................................................6
100 msec to Find Supplemental ...................................................................6
200 msec to Find Supplemental ...................................................................6
400 msec to Find Supplemental ...................................................................7
Code ID’s with Supplements ........................................................................7
Allow 2/5 on 977 Bar Code...........................................................................7
Allow 2 on 977 Bar Code..............................................................................7
Beep Once/Twice on Supplements ..............................................................8
ISBN Check Digit Transmission ...................................................................8
Bookland to ISBN Conversion ......................................................................9
ISBN Re-Formatting .....................................................................................9
ISSN Check Digit Transmission .................................................................10
ISSN Re-Formatting ...................................................................................10
977 to ISSN Conversion .............................................................................10
Number System 4 Coupon Code 128.........................................................11
UPC Discard...............................................................................................11
Supplements and UPC in Same Line .........................................................11
Section C: Communications
Enable RS-232 .............................................................................................1
Load Keyboard Wedge Defaults...................................................................1
Enable Light Pen/Wand Communication......................................................1
Enable Keyboard Wedge Emulation.............................................................1
Enable Stand-Alone Keyboard Scanner.......................................................1
Load OCIA Defaults......................................................................................2
Enable OCIA Output.....................................................................................2
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Load IBM 46xx Defaults ...............................................................................2
Enable IBM 46xx Communication ................................................................2
Low Speed USB ...........................................................................................3
Enable No Communication Mode.................................................................3
Reserved ......................................................................................................3
Section D: Scanner Operation
Configuration Mode Options.........................................................................1
Scan Buffers .................................................................................................2
Redundant Scans .........................................................................................4
Miscellaneous Decode Features ..................................................................6
Depth of Field Adjustments ..........................................................................7
Same Symbol Time Outs..............................................................................8
Barcode Absence .........................................................................................9
LED Options ...............................................................................................10
Beeper Options...........................................................................................12
Inter-Character Data Transmission Delays ................................................17
Inter-Record Data Transmission Delays.....................................................18
Communication Time Out Options .............................................................19
Host Scanner Commands ..........................................................................21
Power Save Modes ....................................................................................26
Japanese Double Field Support .................................................................30
Test Modes.................................................................................................35
Section E: Prefixes/Suffixes
Configurable Prefixes, All Data.....................................................................1
Configurable ID Characters, Code Specific..................................................3
Identifiers Character ...........................................................................3
Standard Prefix Characters ..........................................................................8
Standard Suffix Characters ........................................................................14
Longitudinal Redundancy Check (LRC) .....................................................16
Configurable Suffixes, All Data...................................................................17
Special Formats..........................................................................................20
Character Replacements............................................................................21
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Section F: Code Formatting
UPC/EAN......................................................................................................1
Codabar........................................................................................................5
Code 39 ........................................................................................................7
Code 11 ........................................................................................................9
Telepen.........................................................................................................9
Plessey .......................................................................................................10
2 of 5...........................................................................................................12
Section G: RS-232
Enable RS-232 Mode ...................................................................................1
Parity Features .............................................................................................2
Baud Rates...................................................................................................3
Data/Stop Bits...............................................................................................5
Hardware Handshaking ................................................................................6
Software Handshaking .................................................................................9
Miscellaneous.............................................................................................12
Section H: Keyboard
Enable Keyboard Emulation .........................................................................1
Country/Scan Code Table Selects ...............................................................2
Keyboard/System Type ................................................................................4
Special Keyboard Features ..........................................................................5
Inter-Scan Code Delays ...............................................................................9
Control Sets................................................................................................10
3151 Terminal Keyboard ............................................................................12
Section I: OCIA
Load OCIA Defaults......................................................................................1
Enable OCIA.................................................................................................1
DTS/Siemens ...............................................................................................1
DTS/Nixdorf ..................................................................................................1
NCR-S ..........................................................................................................1
NCR-F ..........................................................................................................1
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Section J: Light Pen/Laser Emulation
Enable Light Pen Mode ................................................................................1
Space/Bar Height .........................................................................................1
Transmit Code 39 .........................................................................................1
Transmit as Scanned....................................................................................1
Poll Light Pen Source ...................................................................................2
Light Pen Extra Toggle .................................................................................2
10x Narrow Element Border .........................................................................2
50x Narrow Element Border .........................................................................2
Set Narrow Element Width ...........................................................................3
Laser Emulation............................................................................................3
Section K: IBM 46xx Configuration
Enable IBM 46xx Communication ................................................................1
Load IBM 46xx Defaults ...............................................................................1
IBM Ports......................................................................................................1
IBM Reserve Codes .....................................................................................2
Section M: Code Bytes
Code Byte Usage .........................................................................................1
Code Bytes 0-5.............................................................................................2
Code Bytes 6-9.............................................................................................3
Reserved Codes...........................................................................................4
Code Byte/Code Type Table ........................................................................5
ASCII Reference Table.................................................................................6
Extended Key Code Reference Table ........................................................11
Section N: Miscellaneous Features
Custom Defaults ...........................................................................................1
Serial Program Mode....................................................................................4
Software/Serial Number ...............................................................................4
Section O: Auxiliary Port Controls
Disable AUX Port..........................................................................................1
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AUX Port and Secondary Device Data Formats
When Using a Metrologic Device as a Secondary..............................1
When Using a Non-Metrologic RS-232 Device as a Secondary.........3
Additional AUX Port Data Formats ...............................................................4
AUX Port Baud Rates...................................................................................6
AUX Port Parity ............................................................................................8
AUX Port Stop/Data Bits...............................................................................9
Enable/Disable RTS/CTS Handshaking .....................................................10
Message AUX RTS/CTS ............................................................................10
Character AUX RTS/CTS ...........................................................................10
Enable/Disable Port Mode 7.......................................................................10
Enable/Disable D/E Commands .................................................................11
Enable/Disable F/L Commands..................................................................11
Enable/Disable M/O Commands ................................................................11
Enable/Disable XON/XOFF Handshaking ..................................................12
Enable/Disable ACK/NAK...........................................................................12
AUX CTS/RTS Polarity...............................................................................13
AUX Same Symbol Timeout.......................................................................13
Main Output Port Auxiliary Data Formats ...................................................14
Inter-Character Delays ...............................................................................16
Section P: USB
Full Speed USB ............................................................................................1
Low Speed USB ...........................................................................................4
Section R: IS3480 / MS3580 / MS3780
Button Modes ...............................................................................................1
Button Click Delay ........................................................................................1
Primary and Secondary Scan Patterns ........................................................2
Sweet Spot Mode (IS3480) ..........................................................................3
CodeGate (IS3480 / MS3580) ......................................................................3
Depth of Field ...............................................................................................3
IR Activation .................................................................................................4
TTL RS232 ...................................................................................................4
CodeGate (MS3780) ....................................................................................5
INTRODUCTION
Your new scanner has been configured at the factory with a set of default communication
protocols. Since many host systems have unique formats and protocol requirements,
Metrologic provides a wide range of configurable features that may be selected with the
use of this bar code configuration guide.
Once the configuration is completed, the scanner stores the settings in nonvolatile
memory or NOVRAM. NOVRAM saves the settings when the power is turned off.
Symbol Key
* (asterisk)
~ (tilde)
Default Feature
Feature requires the Multi-Code Configuration Method,
see Bar Code Configuration Methods on page x.
Important!
Note
Introduction
ix
Bar Code Configuration Methods
x
BAR CODE CONFIGURATION METHODS
Metrologic scanners can be bar code configured in two ways: the Single-Code Method
and the Multi-Code Method.
Single-Code Method
Most features can be enabled or disabled using the Single-Code Method.
1.
Power up the scanner.
2.
Scan the bar code(s) for the desired feature(s).
3.
Observe a multi-toned, “save setting” beep that indicates the configuration has
been saved to NOVRAM.
Multi-Code Method
All features can be enabled or disabled using the Multi-Code Method.
A feature marked with a “~” requires the Multi-Code Method.
1.
Power up the scanner.
2.
Scan the Enter/Exit Configuration Mode bar code. [3 beeps]
3.
Scan the bar code(s) for the desired feature(s). [1 beep]
4.
Scan the Enter/Exit Configuration Mode bar code [3 beeps] and
save new configuration.
Enter/Exit Configuration Mode
³
9
9
9
9
9
9
To abort a configuration change, power off the scanner before scanning the
Enter/Exit Configuration Mode bar code.
NEED TO START OVER?
Scan the Recall Default bar code. This will erase all previous settings and return to the
scanner’s default communications protocol.
•
•
Keyboard Wedge interface scanners will load keyboard wedge defaults.
All other scanners will load RS-232 defaults.
Metrologic manufactures custom OEM scanners, which load the OEM’s
defaults. For further information on the affects they have on Metrologic default
communications protocols refer to Section N, Custom Defaults.
Recall Defaults
³
Need to Start Over?
9
9
xi
9
9
9
8
SECTION A
UPC/EAN
* Enable UPC/EAN
³
1
0
0
1
1
Disable UPC/EAN
6
³
* Enable UPC-A
³
1
0
0
2
1
0
0
2
0
0
1
0
6
2
0
6
2
0
0
Disable UPC-A
1
6
³
* Enable UPC-E
³
1
1
0
0
Disable UPC-E
1
0
Code Types & Decode Rules
³
A
1
1
0
0
Code Types & Decode Rules
A
2
SECTION A
UPC/EAN
* Enable EAN-13
³
1
0
0
2
Disable EAN-13
1
1
* Enable EAN-8
³
1
0
0
2
1
0
1
1
1
0
0
2
0
1
2
0
4
Disable EAN-8
1
4
* Enable
Auto Redundancy UPC-E
³
³
0
4
³
1
0
0
Disable
Auto Redundancy UPC-E
³
1
0
1
1
1
4
SECTION A
CODE 128
* Enable Code 128
³
1
0
0
1
1
Disable Code 128
3
³
Enable
UCC/EAN-28
‘]C1’ Code Formatting
³
1
0
0
3
1
1
0
0
1
0
3
Disable
UCC/EAN-128
‘]C1’ Code Formatting
4
³
For Coupon Code 128, see Section B, page 5.
Code Types & Decode Rules
A
3
1
0
0
3
0
4
Code Types & Decode Rules
A
4
SECTION A
CODE 39
* Enable Code 39
³
1
0
0
1
Disable Code 39
1
1
Enable MOD 43
Check on Code 39
³
1
0
0
2
³
1
0
0
1
0
1
* Disable MOD 43
Check on Code 39
1
3
³
1
0
0
2
0
3
The scanner will only scan
Code 39 bar codes that
have a valid Modulo 43
check digit.
The scanner will not test
Code 39 bar codes for a
modulo 43 check digit.
Transmit Mode 43 Check
Digit on Code 39
* Do Not Transmit Mode 43
Check Digit on Code 39
³
1
0
7
7
1
5
This feature works in
conjunction with Mode 43
Check on Code 39. Both
options must be enabled for
this feature to work.
³
1
0
7
7
0
5
This option will not transmit
Code 39’s Mod 43 check
character.
SECTION A
CODE 39
* Disable Full ASCII
Code 39
Enable Full ASCII Code 39
³
1
0
0
2
1
7
³
Enable PARAF Support
1
0
0
2
1
0
0
2
0
7
* Disable PARAF Support
(Italian Pharmaceutical Codes)
³
1
5
³
1
0
0
2
0
5
The scanner will convert
Code 39 bar codes to
PARAF format.
The scanner will not convert
code 39 bar codes to
PARAF format.
Enable TRI-OPTIC Code
* Disable TRI-OPTIC Code
³
1
0
0
3
1
2
Code Types & Decode Rules
³
A
5
1
0
0
3
0
2
Code Types & Decode Rules
SECTION A
1
0
0
1
1
Disable Interleaved
2 of 5 (ITF)
5
Enable MOD 10
Check on ITF
³
1
0
0
3
6
INTERLEAVED 2 OF 5
* Enable Interleaved
2 of 5 (ITF)
³
A
³
1
0
0
1
0
5
0
0
* Disable MOD 10
Check on ITF
1
0
³
1
0
0
3
The scanner will only scan
Interleaved 2 of 5 (ITF)
Bar codes that have a
Modulo 10 check digit.
The scanner will not test
Interleaved 2 of 5 (ITF)
bar codes for a Modulo 10
check digit.
Transmit MOD 10
Check Digit on ITF
* Do Not Transmit MOD 10
Check Digit on ITF
³
1
0
7
7
1
4
The scanner transmits
Interleaved 2 of 5 (ITF)
MOD 10 check character.
³
1
0
7
7
0
4
The scanner will not
transmit Interleaved 2 of 5
(ITF) MOD 10 check digit
characters. This feature
works in conjunction with
Mod 10 Check on ITF. Both
must be enabled for this
feature to work.
SECTION A
INTERLEAVED 2 OF 5
Enable ALT
Check Digit ITF
³
1
0
0
* Disable ALT
Check Digit ITF
7
1
7
³
Enable 12 Digit ITF
Check Digit at 1
³
1
0
0
9
1
0
0
7
0
7
* Normal Check Digit
1
0
³
1
0
0
9
0
0
This feature requires
MOD 10 ITF Check Digit to
be enabled. The 12character ITF check digit
calculation will start with 1
instead of 0.
* Disable ITF/Code 39
Filter
Enable ITF/Code 39 Filter
³
1
0
0
4
1
6
³
Supports Code 39/ITF filters.
This feature may adversely
affect reading Codabar,
Code 93 and some other
non-standard symbologies.
Code Types & Decode Rules
A
7
1
0
0
4
0
6
Code Types & Decode Rules
SECTION A
9
0
1
6
8
INTERLEAVED 2 OF 5
~ ITF Symbol Length
Lock 1 †
³
A
0
~ ITF Symbol Length
Lock 2 †
0
To specify a 1st ITF symbol
length lock, scan the above
bar code and the
appropriate code bytes
located in Section M. †
³
9
0
1
7
0
0
To specify a 2nd ITF symbol
length lock, scan the above
bar code and the
appropriate code bytes
located in Section M. †
~ ITF Minimum
Symbol Length †
† Refer to the Multi-Code
Configuration Method on
page x.
³
9
0
3
4
0
0
To specify a minimum
number of ITF characters to
be decoded, scan the above
bar code and the
appropriate code bytes
located in Section M.†
SECTION A
STANDARD 2 OF 5
Enable
Standard 2 of 5
³
1
0
0
* Disable
Standard 2 of 5
1
1
0
³
1
0
0
1
0
0
~ Standard 2 of 5
Symbol Length Lock
³
9
0
1
5
0
0
† Refer to the Multi-Code configuration
method on page x.
To specify a minimum
number of ITF characters to
be decoded, scan the above
bar code and the
appropriate code bytes
located in Section M.†
Code Types & Decode Rules
A
9
Code Types & Decode Rules
SECTION A
1
0
0
0
1
* Disable Matrix 2 of 5
5
Enable 15 Digit
Airline 2 of 5
³
1
0
0
10
OTHER 2 OF 5 CODES
Enable Matrix 2 of 5
³
A
³
1
0
0
0
0
5
0
4
* Disable 15 Digit
Airline 2 of 5
0
1
4
³
1
0
0
0
SECTION A
OTHER 2 OF 5 CODES
Enable 13 Digit
Airline 2 of 5
³
1
0
0
* Disable 13 Digit
Airline 2 of 5
3
1
3
³
Enable Hong Kong
2 of 5
³
1
0
0
3
1
0
0
3
0
3
* Disable Hong Kong
2 of 5
1
6
Code Types & Decode Rules
³
A
11
1
0
0
3
0
6
Code Types & Decode Rules
A
12
SECTION A
*
CODABAR
Enable Codabar
³
1
0
0
1
1
* Disable Codabar
4
Enable
Dual Field Codabar
³
1
0
0
0
1
0
8
0
1
0
0
1
0
4
* Disable
Dual Field Codabar
1
2
Enable
Tab in Dual Codabar
³
³
1
³
1
0
0
0
0
2
* Disable
Tab in Dual Codabar
2
This feature requires Dual
Field Codabar to be
enabled. The scanner will
insert a tab between the
fields of the dual field
Codabar.
³
1
0
8
0
0
2
SECTION A
CODE 93 AND CODE 11
* Enable Code 93
³
1
0
0
1
Disable Code 93
1
2
³
Enable Code 11
³
1
0
0
0
1
0
0
1
0
2
0
3
* Disable Code 11
1
3
Code Types & Decode Rules
³
A
13
1
0
0
0
Code Types & Decode Rules
A
14
SECTION A
TELEPEN
Enable Telepen
³
1
0
0
* Disable Telepen
0
1
7
Enable
ALPHA Telepen
³
1
0
0
0
³
1
0
0
0
0
7
0
6
* Disable
ALPHA Telepen
1
6
³
1
0
0
0
SECTION A
PLESSEY CODES
Enable MSI Plessey
³
1
0
0
2
* Disable MSI Plessey
1
2
0
4
³
1
0
0
2
0
2
* No MSI Plessey
Check Digit
³
2
0
0
7
The scanner will not test
MSI Plessey bar codes for a
check digit.
Enable MSI Plessey
MOD 10/10 Check Digit
³
2
0
0
7
3
* Enable MSI Plessey
MOD 10 Check Digit
4
³
The scanner will test MSI
Plessey bar codes for a
double Modulo 10 check
digit.
Code Types & Decode Rules
2
0
0
7
2
4
The scanner will test MSI
Plessey bar codes for a
single Modulo 10 check
digit.
A
15
Code Types & Decode Rules
A
16
SECTION A
PLESSEY CODES
Transmit
MSI Plessey Check Digit
³
1
0
7
7
1
1
* Do Not Transmit
MSI Plessey Check Digit
³
1
0
7
7
0
1
This option works in
conjunction with one or both
of the Enabled MSI Plessey
Mode options.
The scanner will not
transmit MSI Plessey check
digit characters.
Enable UK Plessey
* Disable UK Plessey
³
1
0
0
1
1
7
Enable UK Plessey
A to X Conversion
³
1
0
0
7
³
1
0
0
1
0
7
* Disable UK Plessey
A to X Conversion
1
6
³
1
0
0
7
0
6
SECTION A
OTHER DECODE FEATURES
Enable Double Border
Required/Large
Inter-Character Space
³
1
0
0
0
1
* Disable Double Border
Required/Large
Inter-Character Space
1
³
~ Minimum
Symbol Length †
³
9
0
1
8
1
0
0
0
0
1
~ Symbol Length Lock †
0
0
³
Omnidirectional default is 4.
Combine this code with the
proper Code Bytes, to
specify the minimum
number of characters in all
non-UPC/EAN bar codes.†
0
1
9
0
0
This code combined with the
proper Code Bytes, locks the
bar code’s length into place.†
† Refer to the Multi-Code Configuration Method on page x.
Code Types & Decode Rules
9
A
17
Code Types & Decode Rules
SECTION A
A
18
CONFIGURABLE CODE LENGTHS
There are seven bar code lock lengths available. Specific code types can be assigned to
a lock length using the Multi-Code configuration method.
Example:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
Scan the enter/exit configuration bar code.
Scan the code length lock #1 bar code.
Scan the three Code Bytes that represent the code length.
Scan the matching code type lock #1 bar code.
Scan the three code bytes that represent the code type.
Refer to the Code Type Table in Section M.
Repeat steps 2 through 5 for lock lengths 2 through 7 if desired.
Scan the enter/exit configuration bar code when finished to save settings.
~ Code Length
Lock #1
³
9
0
2
~ Code Type
Lock #1
0
0
0
~ Code Length
Lock #2
³
9
0
2
³
9
0
2
1
0
0
2
3
0
0
~ Code Type
Lock #2
2
0
0
³
9
0
SECTION A
CONFIGURABLE CODE LENGTHS
~ Code Length
Lock #3
³
9
0
2
~ Code Type
Lock #3
4
0
0
³
~ Code Length
Lock #4
³
9
0
2
9
0
2
0
2
5
0
0
7
0
0
9
0
0
~ Code Type
Lock #4
6
0
0
³
~ Code Length
Lock #5
³
9
9
0
2
~ Code Type
Lock #5
8
0
0
Code Types & Decode Rules
³
A
19
9
0
2
Code Types & Decode Rules
SECTION A
9
0
3
~ Code Type
Lock #6
0
0
0
~ Code Length
Lock #7
³
9
0
3
20
CONFIGURABLE CODE LENGTHS
~ Code Length
Lock #6
³
A
³
9
0
3
1
0
0
3
0
0
~ Code Type
Lock #7
2
0
0
³
9
0
3
SECTION A
RSS 14 FEATURES
Enable RSS 14
³
1
0
0
* Disable RSS 14
4
1
3
³
* Transmit
RSS 14 Check Digit
³
1
1
4
9
0
1
0
0
4
0
3
Do Not Transmit
RSS 14 Check Digit
0
Code Types & Decode Rules
³
A
21
1
1
4
9
1
0
Code Types & Decode Rules
SECTION A
1
1
4
9
22
RSS 14 FEATURES
* Transmit
RSS 14 Application ID
³
A
0
1
Do Not Transmit
RSS 14 Application ID
³
1
1
4
9
1
1
Application identifier “01” is
transmitted by default.
* Transmit
RSS 14 Symbology ID
³
1
1
4
9
0
2
Symbology identifier “]e0” is
transmitted by default.
Do Not Transmit
RSS 14 Symbology ID
³
1
1
4
9
1
2
SECTION A
RSS LIMITED FEATURES
Enable RSS Limited
³
1
0
0
4
1
* Disable RSS Limited
4
³
* Transmit
RSS Limited Check Digit
³
1
1
4
9
0
0
0
4
0
4
Do Not Transmit
RSS Limited Check Digit
3
Code Types & Decode Rules
1
³
A
23
1
1
4
9
1
3
Code Types & Decode Rules
SECTION A
1
1
4
9
24
RSS LIMITED FEATURES
* Transmit RSS Limited
Application ID
³
A
0
4
Do Not Transmit
RSS Limited Application ID
³
1
1
4
9
1
4
Application identifier “01” is
transmitted by default.
* Transmit RSS Limited
Symbology ID
³
1
1
4
9
0
5
Symbology identifier “]e0” is
transmitted by default.
Do Not Transmit
RSS Limited Symbology ID
³
1
1
4
9
1
5
SECTION A
RSS EXPANDED FEATURES
Enable RSS Expanded
³
1
0
0
4
1
* Disable RSS Expanded
5
³
* Transmit RSS
Expanded Symbology ID
³
1
1
4
9
0
0
0
4
0
5
Do Not Transmit RSS
Expanded Symbology ID
6
³
Symbology identifier “]e0” is
transmitted by default.
Code Types & Decode Rules
1
A
25
1
1
4
9
1
6
SECTION B
SUPPLEMENTS/REDUNDANCY
Enable Two Digit
Supplements
³
1
0
1
2
* Disable Two Digit
Supplements
1
7
³
* Enable Two Digit
Redundancy
³
1
0
1
2
1
1
0
1
2
0
7
0
2
Disable Two Digit
Redundancy
2
³
1
0
1
2
Twice before accepting
data, the scanner will scan
the bar code plus the two
digit add on.
When scanned, will not
implement the two digit
redundancy feature.
Enable Five Digit
Supplements
* Disable Five Digit
Supplements
³
1
0
1
2
1
6
Supplements
³
B
1
1
0
1
2
0
6
Supplements
SECTION B
1
0
1
2
2
SUPPLEMENTS/REDUNDANCY
Enable Five Digit
Redundancy
³
B
* Disable Five Digit
Redundancy
1
1
³
1
0
1
2
0
Twice before accepting
data, the scanner will scan
the bar code plus the five
digit add on.
The scanner will not
implement the five digit
redundancy feature.
Supplements
are Required
* Supplements are
not Required
³
1
0
1
2
1
3
³
1
0
1
2
0
1
3
All UPC/EAN labels that are
scanned must have a
supplement.
UPC/EAN labels do not
require a supplement to be
scanned.
Enable Remote
Supplemental Requirement
* Disable
Remote Supplemental
Requirement
³
1
0
1
4
1
6
³
1
0
1
4
0
6
SECTION B
SUPPLEMENTS
Enable Bookland (978)
Supplement Requirement
³
1
0
1
4
1
* Disable Bookland (978)
Supplement Requirement
7
³
1
0
1
3
1
0
1
4
0
7
* Disable 977 (2 digit)
Supplemental
Requirement
Enable 977 (2 digit)
Supplemental Requirement
³
1
4
³
1
0
1
3
0
4
The scanner will require a
2 digit supplement be
scanned when an EAN-13
code begins with 977.
The scanner will not
require a 2 digit supplement
be scanned whenever an
EAN-13 code begins with
977.
Enable 378/379 French
Supplement Requirement
* Disable 378/379 French
Supplemental Requirement
³
1
0
1
3
1
3
Supplements
³
B
3
1
0
1
3
0
3
Supplements
B
4
SECTION B
SUPPLEMENTS
Enable 434/439 German
Supplemental Requirement
³
1
0
1
4
1
5
Enable 414/419 German
Supplemental Requirement
³
1
0
1
4
1
3
Enable # System 2
Requires Supplements
³
1
0
1
4
1
* Disable 434/439
German Supplemental
Requirement
³
1
0
1
4
0
5
* Disable 414/419 German
Supplemental Requirement
³
1
0
1
4
0
3
* Disable # System 2
Requires Supplements
2
³
1
0
1
4
0
2
SECTION B
SUPPLEMENTS
Enable # System 5 Requires
Supplements
³
1
0
1
2
1
* Disable # System 5
Requires Supplements
5
³
1
0
7
6
1
0
1
2
0
5
* Disable 8711685
Requires 5-Digit
Supplement
Enable 8711685 Requires
5-Digit Supplement
³
1
3
³
The scanner will require a
5-digit supplement to be
scanned when an EAN-13
code begins with 8711685.
1
0
7
6
0
3
The scanner will not require
a 5-digit supplement to be
scanned when an EAN-13
code begins with 8711685.
This feature is not
available with all
models.
* Disable Coupon
Code 128
Enable Coupon
Code 128
³
1
0
0
3
1
5
Supplements
³
B
5
1
0
0
3
0
5
Supplements
B
6
SECTION B
SUPPLEMENTS
Enable Code 128 ‘]C1’
Extended Code Format
³
1
0
1
4
1
1
* Disable Code 128 ‘]C1’
Extended Code Format
³
1
0
1
4
0
1
The scanner will transmit a
‘]C1’ at the beginning of the
code 128 portion of the
coupon code.
The scanner will not
transmit a ‘]C1’ at the
beginning of the code 128
portion of the coupon code.
Enable 128 Group
Separators
* Disable 128 Group
Separators
³
1
0
1
4
1
4
³
1
0
1
4
0
4
“GS” (1DH) character will be
transmitted with coupon
Code 128 codes.
“GS” (1DH) character will
not be transmitted with
coupon Code 128 codes.
* 100 msec to Find
Supplemental
200 msec to Find
Supplemental
³
3
0
1
3
1
0
The scanner will allot 100
milliseconds to “find” an add
on after a main UPC/EAN
bar code has been scanned.
³
3
0
1
3
2
0
The scanner will allot 200
milliseconds to “find” an add
on after a main UPC/EAN
bar code has been scanned.
SECTION B
SUPPLEMENTS
400 msec to Find
Supplemental
³
3
0
1
3
4
0
The scanner will allot 400
milliseconds to “find” an add
on after a main UPC/EAN
bar code has been
scanned.
Enable Code ID’s with
Supplements
³
1
0
1
2
1
* Disable Code ID’s with
Supplements
4
³
Allow 2/5 on 977 Bar Code
³
1
2
4
8
1
0
1
2
0
4
Allow 2 on 977 Bar Code
1
³
This feature allows either
2 or 5 digit supplements if
977 mode is active.
Supplements
1
1
2
4
8
0
1
This feature allows 2 digit
supplements if 977 mode is
active.
B
7
Supplements
B
8
SECTION B
SUPPLEMENTS
* Beep Once on
Supplements
³
1
1
8
4
Beep twice on
Supplements
0
6
Enable ISBN Check Digit
Transmission
³
1
0
1
3
1
5
This feature is not
available with all
models.
³
1
1
8
4
1
6
Disable ISBN Check Digit
Transmission
³
1
0
1
3
0
5
SECTION B
SUPPLEMENTS
Enable Bookland to
ISBN Conversion
³
1
0
1
3
* Disable Bookland to
ISBN Conversion
1
7
³
1
0
1
3
0
7
This feature is not
available with all
models.
Enable
ISBN Re-Formatting
³
1
0
1
3
1
* Disable
ISBN Re-Formatting
6
³
This feature is not
available with all
models.
Supplements
B
9
1
0
1
3
0
6
Supplements
B
10
SECTION B
SUPPLEMENTS
Enable ISSN Check Digit
Transmission
³
1
1
5
1
1
5
Enable
ISSN Re-Formatting
³
1
1
5
1
1
* Disable ISSN Check Digit
Transmission
³
1
1
5
1
0
5
* Disable
ISSN Re-Formatting
6
³
1
1
5
1
0
6
Transmit a hyphen with the
barcode.
Enable 977 to
ISSN Conversion
³
1
1
5
1
* Disable 977 to
ISSN Conversion
1
7
Convert 977 periodicals to
ISSN format.
³
1
1
5
1
0
7
Do not convert 977
periodicals to ISSN format.
SECTION B
SUPPLEMENTS
Enable Number System 4
Coupon Code 128
³
1
0
1
0
1
* Disable Number System
4 Coupon Code 9128
2
³
1
0
1
0
0
2
Supports Coupon Code 128
for Number System 4 bar
codes.
Enable UPC Discard
³
1
0
1
0
1
* Disable UPC Discard
3
³
1
0
1
0
0
3
Supports UPC discard if the
Code 128 portion of the
Coupon Code 128 is
scanned.
Allow Supplements and
UPC in Same Line
³
1
0
1
0
1
Disable Supplements and
UPC in Same Line
4
³
This feature requires
2 digit supplements be
enabled as well as
required redundancy
and supplements.
Supplements
B
11
1
0
1
0
0
4
SECTION C
COMMUNICATIONS
* Enable RS-232
Load Keyboard Wedge
Defaults
³
4
1
5
5
5
4
³
9
9
9
9
9
4
The scanner will work with
RS-232 ±12V serial output.
Scan this before selecting
Normal or Stand Alone
Mode.
Enable Light Pen/Wand
Communication
Enable Keyboard Wedge
Emulation
³
4
1
5
5
2
³
4
Enable Stand-Alone
Keyboard Scanner
5
1
5
5
1
5
1
5
5
1
4
3
Select if the scanner
provides keyboard
emulation by converting the
scanned bar code data to
the PC keyboard scan code
equivalent.
Use this option if a scanner
is used in place of a light
pen.
³
5
3
Allows the scanner to be
used without an external
keyboard.
Communications
C
1
Communications
C
2
SECTION C
COMMUNICATIONS
Load OCIA Defaults
Enable OCIA Output
³
9
9
9
9
9
3
³
4
1
5
5
4
4
Scan this before selecting
Enable OCIA output.
Select this option if the
communications
requirement is an Optically
Coupled Interface Adapter
(OCIA). This is a docked
(by the host) serial
interface.
Load
IBM 46xx Defaults
Enable IBM 46xx
Communication
³
9
9
9
9
9
5
Scan this before selecting
Enable IBM 46xx
Communication
³
4
1
5
5
0
4
Select this option for IBM
46xx SIOC/RS485
communications.
Not all scanners
support this interface.
The correct interface
board is required.
SECTION C
COMMUNICATIONS
Load Low Speed
External USB Defaults †
Enable
Low Speed USB †
† Refer to Section P for
full speed USB options.
³
9
9
9
9
7
³
8
Load Low Speed
Internal USB Defaults †
³
9
9
9
9
4
4
1
5
5
1
1
4
Enable
No Communication Mode
1
³
4
1
5
5
3
4
Select this option if the
scanner does not interface
with the host device.
Reserved
³
4
1
Reserved
5
5
6
4
³
Communications
C
3
9
1
7
5
0
0
SECTION D
CONFIGURATION MODE OPTIONS
Allow Configuration Mode
on Power-Up
³
1
1
8
1
1
* Allow Configuration Mode
Anytime
7
³
1
1
8
1
0
7
The scanner can only enter
MetroSet® mode before any
bar codes are scanned.
Allow MetroSet®
configuration at any time.
Allow Configuration Codes
on Power Up
* Allow Configuration
Codes Anytime
³
1
1
8
1
1
6
³
1
1
8
1
0
6
Once a product bar code is
scanned after power-up, the
scanner will not accept
configuration bar codes.
Allows scanning of
configuration bar codes any
time.
Enable
Single Code Configuration
Disable
Single Code Configuration
³
1
1
8
2
1
2
³
Scanner Operation
D
1
1
1
8
2
0
2
Scanner Operation
D
2
SECTION D
SCAN BUFFERS
* 1 Scan Buffer
³
3
1
8
0
2 Scan Buffers
0
0
³
3
1
8
0
1
0
The scanner will scan one
bar code in the scan field
and not scan again until the
bar code is removed from
the scan field for the
duration of the same symbol
time out.
The scanner will scan 2 bar
codes in the scan field one
time each. These 2 bar
codes will not be scanned
again until they are
removed from the scan field
for the duration of the same
symbol time out.
3 Scan Buffers
4 Scan Buffers
³
3
1
8
0
2
0
Same function as 2 Scan
Buffers, but 3 bar codes are
in the scan field.
³
3
1
8
0
3
0
Same function as 2 Scan
Buffers, but 4 bar codes are
in the scan field.
SECTION D
SCAN BUFFERS
5 Scan Buffers
³
3
1
8
6 Scan Buffers
0
4
0
³
3
1
8
0
5
0
Same function as 2 Scan
Buffers, but 5 bar codes are
in the scan field.
Same function as 2 Scan
Buffers, but 6 bar codes are
in the scan field.
7 Scan Buffers
8 Scan Buffers
³
3
1
8
0
6
0
³
Same function as 2 Scan
Buffers, but 7 bar codes are
in the scan field.
3
1
8
0
7
0
Same function as 2 Scan
Buffers, but 8 bar codes are
in the scan field.
Scanner Operation
D
3
Scanner Operation
SECTION D
3
0
1
1
4
REDUNDANT SCANS
* 0 Redundant Scans
³
D
0
1 Redundant Scans
0
³
3
0
1
1
1
0
Requires 1 good decode for
a “good scan”.
Requires 2 consecutive
decodes of the same bar
code data for a “good scan”.
2 Redundant Scans
3 Redundant Scans
³
3
0
1
1
2
0
Requires 3 consecutive
decodes of the same bar
code data for a “good scan”.
³
3
0
1
1
3
0
Requires 4 consecutive
decodes of the same bar
code data for a “good scan”.
SECTION D
REDUNDANT SCANS
4 Redundant Scans
³
3
0
1
1
4
5 Redundant Scans
0
³
3
0
1
1
5
0
Requires 5 consecutive
decodes of the same bar
code data for a “good scan”.
Requires 6 consecutive
decodes of the same bar
code data for a “good scan”.
6 Redundant Scans
7 Redundant Scans
³
3
0
1
1
6
0
³
Requires 7 consecutive
decodes of the same bar
code data for a “good scan”.
3
0
1
1
7
0
Requires 8 consecutive
decodes of the same bar
code data for a “good scan”.
Scanner Operation
D
5
Scanner Operation
SECTION D
1
0
1
1
6
MISCELLANEOUS DECODE FEATURES
* Enable Segmented
UPC Decoding
³
D
1
Disable Segmented
UPC Decoding
3
³
1
0
1
1
0
3
Enabling segmented UPC
decoding aids in deciphering
damaged or incomplete bar
codes.
Disable this feature when
bar codes are in good
reading condition. This will
speed up decoding and
improve over all accuracy.
Optional
Same Symbol Check
* Normal
Same Symbol Check
³
1
1
8
1
1
3
Requires 1 different
character between
successive bar codes to
consider the bar code “new”.
³
1
1
8
1
0
3
Requires 3 different
characters between
successive bar codes to
consider the bar code “new”.
SECTION D
DEPTH OF FIELD ADJUSTMENTS
Do not change these settings unless instructed by a Metrologic representative.
* Optimize for
Low Density Codes †
³
4
1
8
7
9
Optimize for
High Density Codes †
³
0
Fixed for
High Density Codes †
³
4
1
8
7
0
4
1
8
7
0
³
4
1
8
7
† For use with
omnidirectional
scanners only.
4
1
8
7
2
3
Fixed for
Medium Density Codes †
Fixed for
Low Density Codes †
³
1
0
Scanner Operation
D
7
1
0
0
Scanner Operation
SECTION D
D
8
SAME SYMBOL TIME OUTS
These numbers determine the length of time before a bar code can be rescanned after it
is removed from the scan field. Single code fixed settings in msecs of No, 50, 100, 200,
500, 1200 (1.2 sec), 2000 (2.0 sec) and infinite are available. User configurable values
can be set in user-configurable increments of 50 msecs to 6350 msecs (6.35 sec).
No Same Symbol Time Out
³
8
1
8
9
0
0
³
8
1
8
9
4
³
0
Same Symbol Time Out
1200 msecs
³
8
1
8
9
2
4
8
1
8
9
2
0
* Same Symbol Time Out
500 msecs
Same Symbol Time Out
200 msecs
³
Same Symbol Time Out
100 msecs
8
1
8
9
1
0
0
Same Symbol Time Out
2000 msecs
0
³
8
1
8
9
4
0
0
SECTION D
SAME SYMBOL TIME OUTS
Infinite
Same Symbol Time Out
³
1
1
8
9
1
~ Variable
Same Symbol Time Out
7
³
The scanner will not
repetitively scan the same
bar code.
9
1
8
9
0
0
Using the Multi-Code
Method (page x), scan this
bar code and a code byte
sequence from Section M to
set the same symbol
time-out duration. Values
range from 001 to 127
(50 to 6350 msecs).
This option
overrides the
symbol rescan
time-outs.
BARCODE ABSENCE
* Enable Bar Code
Absence Detection †
Disable Bar Code
Absence Detection †
† Excludes the MS2000
Stratos Series.
³
1
1
8
2
0
0
³
Enable Stratos Bar Code
Absence Detection
³
1
2
4
9
1
1
1
8
2
1
0
* Disable Stratos Bar Code
Absence Detection
7
³
The scan field must be free
of data for 50 milliseconds
to accept a new bar code.
Scanner Operation
D
9
1
2
4
9
0
7
Scanner Operation
D
10
SECTION D
LED OPTIONS
Flash Green LED if
Rescan Allowed
³
1
1
8
3
* Do not flash Green LED if
Rescan Allowed
1
3
³
1
1
8
3
0
3
This indicates same symbol
timeout has elapsed.
Reverse LED Functions
³
1
1
8
3
1
2
* Normal LED Functions
³
1
1
8
3
0
2
Red = Laser On
Green = Good Read
Green = Laser On
Red = Good Read
* Laser LED High Intensity
Laser LED Low Intensity
³
2
4
3
1
0
0
Laser LED Intensity is High
or Normal.
³
2
4
3
1
2
0
Laser LED is Low Intensity
This feature is not
available with all
models.
SECTION D
LED OPTIONS
Laser LED Off
³
2
4
3
* Scan LED High Intensity
1
3
0
³
The laser LED does not
signify laser ON. The LED
will continue to light for all
other functions.
2
4
3
1
0
2
Scan LED Intensity is High
or Normal.
This feature is not
available with all
models.
Scan LED Low Intensity
³
2
4
3
1
2
2
Scan LED Intensity is Low
Intensity
This feature is not
available with all
models.
Scan LED Off
³
2
4
3
1
3
2
The scan LED does not
signify barcode scanning.
The LED will continue to
light for all other functions.
This feature is not
available with all
models.
Scanner Operation
D
11
Scanner Operation
SECTION D
3
1
8
Optional Tone 1
5
7
5
Optional Tone 2
³
3
1
8
5
3
1
8
5
³
3
1
8
5
6
5
4
5
2
5
Optional Tone 3
5
5
Optional Tone 4
³
12
BEEPER OPTIONS
* Normal Tone
³
D
³
3
1
8
5
Optional Tone 5
3
5
³
3
1
8
5
SECTION D
BEEPER OPTIONS
Optional Tone 6
³
3
1
8
5
No Beep
1
5
³
* Enable Good Scan Beep
³
1
4
1
9
0
3
1
8
5
0
5
Disable Good Scan Beep
3
³
1
4
1
9
1
3
Enable good scan beep on
power up.
Disable good scan beep on
power up.
* Enable Button
Beep Controls
Disable Button
Beep Controls
³
1
1
9
7
0
1
³
This feature is not
available with all
models.
1
1
9
7
1
1
This feature is not
available with all
models.
Scanner Operation
D
13
Scanner Operation
SECTION D
9
9
9
9
Next Volume
7
5
2
1
8
5
0
0
3rd Loudest Volume
³
2
1
8
5
³
9
9
9
9
7
4
2nd Loudest Volume
* Loudest Volume
³
14
BEEPER OPTIONS
Next Beep Tone
³
D
³
2
1
8
5
1
0
8
5
3
0
No Volume
2
0
³
2
1
SECTION D
BEEPER OPTIONS
* Beep Once on
Supplements
³
1
1
8
4
Beep Twice on
Supplements
0
6
³
Enable Fast Beep
³
1
1
8
4
1
1
8
4
1
6
* Disable Fast Beep
1
4
³
Scanner Operation
D
15
1
1
8
4
0
4
Scanner Operation
SECTION D
1
1
8
4
16
BEEPER OPTIONS
Beep on BEL Command
³
D
1
7
* Ignore BEL Command
³
1
1
8
4
0
7
The scanner beeps when it
receives a BEL character
from the host. If a number
is sent within 200 msecs
before the BEL character,
then the scanner will beep
that number of times.
Enable Light Pen Toggle
During Beep
³
1
1
6
9
1
3
The scanner will beep and
toggle the light pen data line
on a successful decode.
This drives a “good read”
indicator.
* Disable Light Pen Toggle
During Beep
³
1
1
6
9
0
3
SECTION D
INTER-CHARACTER DATA TRANSMISSION DELAYS
Use these codes to select the amount of delay between sending data characters and
“Bar Code” records from the scanner to the host. This helps prevent the scanner from
overflowing host input buffers.
* 1 msec
Inter-Character Delay
³
8
1
8
8
1
10 msec
Inter-Character Delay
³
0
8
1
8
8
2
1
8
8
1
0
0
~ Variable msec
Inter-Character Delay
25 msec
Inter-Character Delay
³
8
5
0
³
9
1
8
8
0
0
Scan this bar code and a
sequence of code bytes in
Section M to set the delay
between characters sent to
the host system. Delay
range can be set from 1 to
255 msecs.
Refer to the Multi-Code
Configuration Method on
page x.
Scanner Operation
D
17
Scanner Operation
SECTION D
D
18
INTER-CHARACTER DATA TRANSMISSION DELAYS
No Inter-Character Delay
³
8
1
8
8
0
0
INTER-RECORD DATA TRANSMISSION DELAYS
~ Variable
Inter-Record Delay
³
9
1
9
3
0
0
* Leave Laser On During
Inter-Record Delay
Turn Off Laser During
Inter-Record Delay
³
1
1
9
3
1
7
³
1
1
9
3
0
7
SECTION D
COMMUNICATION TIME OUT OPTIONS
* Disable Communications
Time Outs
Enable
Communications Time Outs
³
1
1
8
4
1
2
³
* Beep Before Transmit
³
1
1
8
4
1
1
1
8
4
0
2
Beep After Transmit
3
³
1
1
8
4
0
3
Scanner will beep before
each label is transmitted.
Scanner will beep after each
label is transmitted.
~ Variable Communications
Time Out
* Default Communications
Time Out (2 secs)
³
9
1
9
1
0
³
0
Scanner Operation
D
19
8
1
9
1
4
0
0
Scanner Operation
SECTION D
8
1
9
1
2
0
Three Beeps on Time Out
³
1
1
8
4
1
0
Razzberry Tone on
Time Out
³
1
1
8
4
20
COMMUNICATION TIME OUT OPTIONS
Short Communications Time
Out (1 sec)
³
D
0
Long Communications
Time Out (4 secs)
³
8
1
9
1
8
0
* No Beeps on Time Out
³
1
1
8
4
0
0
* No Razzberry Tone
on Time Out
1
1
³
1
1
8
4
0
1
0
SECTION D
HOST SCANNER COMMANDS
Enable “D/E” Disable
Command
³
1
1
8
0
1
* Disable “D/E” Disable
5
³
1
1
8
0
The scanner will disable
scanning after it receives
and ASCII “D” from the host
device. It will enable
scanning when it receives
an ASCII “E”.
Do not monitor D/E
commands.
Enable “Z/R” Type
D/E Simulation
* No “Z/R” Type
D/E Simulation
³
1
1
8
2
1
1
³
The scanner will disable
scanning after it receives an
ASCII “Z” from the host
device. It will enable
scanning when it receives
an ASCII “R”.
1
1
8
2
Do not monitor Z/R
commands.
Scanner Operation
D
21
0
5
0
1
Scanner Operation
SECTION D
1
1
8
0
22
HOST SCANNER COMMANDS
* Disable “F/L” Laser
Command
Enable “F/L” Laser Command
³
D
1
4
³
1
1
8
0
0
The scanner will turn off the
laser after receiving an ASCII
“F” character. The laser will
turn on after it receives an
ASCII “L” character.
Do not monitor “F/L”
commands.
Motor “On/Off” Using
M/O Commands †
* Disable “M/O”
Commands
4
† For use with omnidirectional
scanners only.
³
1
1
8
2
1
3
The scanner will turn the
motor OFF after it receives an
ASCII “O” character. The
motor will turn ON after the
scanner receives an ASCII
“M” character. †
³
1
1
8
2
0
3
Do not monitor the M/O
commands.
SECTION D
HOST SCANNER COMMANDS
Enable I Command
³
1
1
5
9
Disable I Command
1
7
³
Enable i Command
³
1
1
5
9
1
2
5
0
1
5
9
0
7
Disable i Command
1
6
³
Enable SI/SO Command
³
1
1
1
1
5
9
0
6
Disable SI/SO Command
4
³
Scanner Operation
D
23
1
2
5
0
0
4
Scanner Operation
SECTION D
1
1
8
1
24
HOST SCANNER COMMANDS
Use
DTR Scan Disable
³
D
* Do not use
DTR Scan Disable
1
5
³
1
1
8
1
0
5
The scanner will monitor the
DTR input to determine if
scanning should be allowed.
A +12V “active” level enables
decoding. A -12V “inactive”
level disables decoding.
Do not monitor the DTR
input.
Enable Pass Through
Disable Pass Through
³
1
2
4
7
1
1
³
1
2
4
7
0
1
The AUX scanner must
be configured for the
same Baud rate as the
host, with STX prefix,
Nixdorf ID characters
and CR Terminator
enabled.
Activate on DC2 Character
³
1
1
8
1
1
0
* Do Not Activate on DC2
Character
³
1
1
8
1
0
0
SECTION D
HOST SCANNER COMMANDS
Transmit “NO READ” if
DC2 Activated
³
1
1
8
1
1
Do Not Transmit “NO
READ” if DC2 Activated
1
³
1
1
8
3
1
1
8
1
0
1
* Green LED During
“NO READ” Xmit
No Green LED During
“NO READ” Xmit
³
1
1
³
Scanner Operation
D
25
1
1
8
3
0
1
Scanner Operation
SECTION D
D
26
POWER SAVE MODES
Always Power Save Mode†
No Power Save Mode†
† For use with
omnidirectional
scanners only.
³
1
1
8
6
1
7
³
8
1
8
6
0
0
The scanner enters power
save mode immediately
after power-up and after
each bar code scanned. †
The scanner will never enter
power save mode. †
Power Save Mode in
1 minute †
Power Save Mode in
2 minutes †
³
8
1
8
6
1
0
³
8
1
8
6
2
0
The scanner enters power
save mode when the
scanner remains idle for
1 min. †
The scanner enters power
save mode if the scanner
remains idle for 2 min. †
Power Save in 5 Minutes †
Power Save in 10 Minutes †
³
8
1
8
6
5
0
The scanner enters power
save mode if the scanner
remains idle for 5 min. †
³
8
1
8
6
1
0
0
The scanner enters power
save mode if the scanner
remains idle for 10 min.†
SECTION D
POWER SAVE MODES
Power Save in 30 Minutes †
Power Save in 20 Minutes †
†
³
8
1
8
6
2
0
For use with omnidirectional
scanners only.
0
³
The scanner enters power
save mode if the scanner
remains idle for 20 min. †
Default
Power Save Mode ††
³
3
1
9
4
0
0
This feature is not
available with all
models.
8
1
8
6
3
0
0
The scanner enters power
save mode if the scanner
remains idle for 30 min. †
Blink
Power Save Mode ††
†† Some Metrologic scanners
automatically ‘wake’ or exit
from the power save mode
if the IR detects movement.
Other Metrologic scanners
wake if their multi-Function
Button is pressed. Please
refer to the Installation and
User’s Guide specific to
each product.
³
3
1
9
4
1
0
The laser Blinks OFF & ON
after a configured period of
non-use.
When the scanner
recognizes a bar code it will
exit the blink mode.
This feature is not
available with all
models.
Scanner Operation
D
27
Scanner Operation
SECTION D
D
POWER SAVE MODES
Laser OFF
Power Save Mode ††
³
3
1
9
4
2
Laser Motor OFF
Power Save Mode ††
0
³
The laser turns OFF after
a configured period of
non-use.
This feature is not
available with all
models.
Dual #1
Power Save Mode ††
³
3
1
9
4
28
4
0
3
1
9
4
3
0
The laser and motor turns
OFF after a configured
period of non-use.
†† Some Metrologic scanners
automatically ‘wake’ or exit
from the power save mode
if the IR detects movement.
Other Metrologic scanners
wake if their multi-Function
Button is pressed. Please
refer to the Installation and
User’s Guide specific to
each product.
This feature is not
available with all
models.
Dual #2
Power Save Mode ††
³
3
1
9
4
6
0
The laser blinks OFF & ON
after a configured period of
non-use then the laser and
motor turn OFF at thirtyminute intervals.
The laser turns OFF after a
configured period of nonuse then the motor turns
OFF at thirty-minute
intervals.
Example 1:
Example of Dual #1 Power
Save Mode with the power
save timeout set to
15 minutes.
Example 2:
Example of Dual #2 Power
Save Mode with the power
save timeout set to
15-minutes.
This feature is not
available with all
models.
This feature is not
available with all
models.
SECTION D
POWER SAVE MODES
* Enable
Power Save Switch
³
1
1
9
7
0
Disable
Power Save Switch
0
³
This feature is not
available with all
models.
1
1
9
7
1
0
This feature is not
available with all
models.
Scanner Operation
D
29
Scanner Operation
SECTION D
D
30
JAPANESE DOUBLE FIELD SUPPORT
To support Japanese Double Field Bar Codes, first make sure you have your scanner programmed
to the following settings.
•
Disable Segmented UPC Decoding
•
Enable 2 scan buffers
•
Disable bar code absence detection
•
Enable normal code selects
Then, scan the Enable Japan 2 Field bar code.
Enable Japan 2 Field
³
1
2
4
7
1
* Disable Japan 2 Field
3
³
1
2
4
7
0
3
Next, select the matching bar codes that are used for double field symbols.
Note that only UPC/EAN bar codes are allowed in double field mode.
Select at least two characters for each bar code. The maximum is 4 upper and 4 lower bar codes.
EXAMPLE
To select 54 as the first two characters in the Upper Code pair 1:
1. Scan the Upper Code 1 Character 1 bar code (shown on page D-31)
2. Determine the correct Code Byte Value for the character 5 in 54
(Refer to Section M’s ASCII Reference Table on pages M-6 to M-10)
a. Scan Code Byte 0
b. Scan Code Byte 5
c. Scan Code Byte 3
3. Scan the Upper Code 1 Character 2 bar code (shown on page D-31)
4. Determine the correct Code Byte Value for the character 4 in 54.
a. Scan Code Byte 0
b. Scan Code Byte 5
c. Scan Code Byte 2
To select 18 as the first two characters in the Lower Code pair 1:
1. Scan the Lower Code 1 Character 1 bar code (shown on page D-31)
2. Determine the correct Code Byte Value for the character 1 in 18
(refer to Section M’s ASCII Reference Table)
a. Scan Code Byte 0
b. Scan Code Byte 4
c. Scan Code Byte 9
3. Scan the Lower Code 1 Character 2 bar code (shown on page D-31)
4. Determine the correct Code Byte Value for the character 8 in 18.
(Refer to Section M’s ASCII Reference Table on pages M-6 to M-10)
a. Scan Code Byte 0
b. Scan Code Byte 5
c. Scan Code Byte 6
SECTION D
JAPANESE DOUBLE FIELD SUPPORT
Upper Code 1 Character 1
³
9
3
0
0
0
Upper Code 1 Character 2
0
³
Lower Code 1 Character 1
³
9
3
0
2
0
9
3
0
4
0
3
0
1
0
0
Lower Code 1 Character 2
0
³
Upper Code 2 Character 1
³
9
9
3
0
3
0
0
Upper Code 2 Character 2
0
³
Scanner Operation
D
31
9
3
0
5
0
0
Scanner Operation
SECTION D
9
3
0
6
0
0
Upper Code 3 Character 1
³
9
3
0
8
0
0
Lower Code 3 Character 1
³
9
3
1
0
32
JAPANESE DOUBLE FIELD SUPPORT
Lower Code 2 Character 1
³
D
0
0
Lower Code 2 Character 2
³
9
3
0
7
0
0
Upper Code 3 Character 2
³
9
3
0
9
0
0
Lower Code 3 Character 1
³
9
3
1
1
0
0
SECTION D
JAPANESE DOUBLE FIELD SUPPORT
Upper Code 4 Character 1
³
9
3
1
2
0
Upper Code 4 Character 2
0
³
Lower Code 4 Character 1
³
9
3
1
4
0
9
3
1
3
0
0
Lower Code 4 Character 2
0
³
Scanner Operation
D
33
9
3
1
5
0
0
Scanner Operation
SECTION D
9
3
8
8
34
JAPANESE DOUBLE FIELD SUPPORT
Japanese Trial Time
³
D
0
Enable Code Selects
0
³
1
1
8
2
1
7
Scan the above bar code
followed by the 3 code bytes
in Section M that represent
the timeout value desired if in
special code select mode.
1 is equal to 100 milliseconds
Example:
If a 500 millisecond timeout
is desired, scan the above
code followed by
code byte 0, code byte 0
and code byte 5.
Enable Error Tone
³
1
1
8
5
* Disable Error Tone
1
3
Adds ability to sound RAZZ
error tone when special
code selects fail.
³
1
1
8
5
0
3
SECTION D
TEST MODES
Scanability ON
³
1
1
8
* Scanability OFF
0
1
7
³
1
1
8
0
0
7
The scanner will enter
scanability test mode.
Do not enable
unless instructed to
by a Metrologic
representative.
Scan Count Mode ON
³
1
1
8
0
1
* Scan Count Mode OFF
6
³
1
1
8
0
0
6
The scanner will enter scan
count test mode and the
scanner’s firmware number
will transmit to the host.
Do not enable
unless instructed to
by a Metrologic
representative.
Temporary Symbologies
The Temporary Symbologies test
code enables all major types of bar
code symbologies, reduces the
minimum number of characters
required to 1, sets the minimum ITF
characters required to 2, and adds
the symbology name as a prefix to
the transmission. This feature is
disabled when power to the
scanner is cycled OFF and ON.
Scanner Operation
D
³
9
9
8
0
4
1
Do not enable
unless instructed to
by a Metrologic
representative
35
SECTION E
CONFIGURABLE PREFIXES, ALL DATA
Scan the Enter/Exit Configuration Mode bar code before trying to set this
feature. Please refer to the Multi-Code method on page x.
Enter/Exit
Configuration Mode
³
9
9
9
9
9
~ Configurable Prefix
Character #1
9
³
9
0
3
5
0
0
A prefix ID can be added
and assigned for data
transmission. Use this code
with a 3-code byte
sequence from Section M
that represents the desired
character.
~ Configurable Prefix
Character #2
³
9
0
3
6
0
~ Configurable Prefix
Character #3
0
³
9
0
3
7
0
0
Assigns a 2nd configurable
prefix character.
Assigns a 3rd configurable
prefix character.
~ Configurable Prefix
Character #4
~ Configurable Prefix
Character #5
³
9
0
3
8
0
0
³
4th
Assigns a configurable
prefix character.
9
0
3
5th
9
0
0
Assigns a configurable
prefix character.
Prefixes/Suffixes
E
1
Prefixes/Suffixes
SECTION E
CONFIGURABLE PREFIXES, ALL DATA
~ Configurable Prefix
Character #6
³
9
0
4
0
0
~ Configurable Prefix
Character #7
0
6th
Assigns a configurable
prefix character.
~ Configurable Prefix
Character #8
³
9
0
4
2
2
E
0
³
9
0
4
1
0
0
Assigns a 7th configurable
prefix character.
~ Configurable Prefix
Character #9
0
³
9
0
4
3
0
0
Assigns a 8th configurable
prefix character.
Assigns a 9th configurable
prefix character.
~ Configurable Prefix
Character #10
* Clear all User
Configurable Prefixes
³
9
0
4
4
0
0
³
9
9
9
9
8
5
SECTION E
CONFIGURABLE ID CHARACTERS, CODE SPECIFIC
* Use Configurable Code
ID Bytes as Prefixes
³
1
0
5
5
0
Use Configurable Code ID
Bytes as Suffixes
7
³
User configured, code
specific ID bytes are
transmitted before the data.
1
0
5
5
1
7
User configured, code
specific ID bytes are
transmitted after the data.
If using prefixes, user
configured suffixes
can not be used.
If using suffixes, user
configured prefixes
can not be used.
IDENTIFIERS CHARACTER
~ Configurable UPC-A ID †
³
9
0
5
6
0
~ Configurable UPC-E ID †
0
³
9
0
5
7
0
0
† While using the Multi-Code method, scan this bar code followed by the 3 code byte bar
codes in Section M that represent a unique ID character to be associated with this bar code
type. (Refer to the Multi-Code Method on page x.)
Prefixes/Suffixes
E
3
Prefixes/Suffixes
SECTION E
CONFIGURABLE ID CHARACTERS, CODE SPECIFIC
~ Configurable EAN-8 ID †
³
9
0
5
8
4
E
0
~ Configurable EAN-13 ID †
0
³
9
0
5
9
0
0
0
0
† While using the Multi-Code method,
scan this bar code followed by the 3
code byte bar codes in Section M
that represent a unique ID character
to be associated with this bar code
type. (Refer to the Multi-Code
Method on page x.)
~ Configurable Code 39 ID †
³
9
0
6
0
0
0
~ Configurable
Code 128 ID †
³
9
0
6
1
SECTION E
CONFIGURABLE ID CHARACTERS, CODE SPECIFIC
~ Configurable Code 93 ID †
³
9
0
6
3
0
~ Configurable Code 11 ID †
0
³
9
0
6
4
0
0
0
0
† While using the Multi-Code method,
scan this bar code followed by the 3
code byte bar codes in Section M
that represent a unique ID character
to be associated with this bar code
type. (Refer to the Multi-Code
method on page x.)
~ Configurable
TRI-OPTIC ID †
~ Configurable Telepen ID †
³
9
0
6
2
0
0
³
Prefixes/Suffixes
9
E
0
5
7
2
Prefixes/Suffixes
SECTION E
CONFIGURABLE ID CHARACTERS, CODE SPECIFIC
~ Configurable
Standard 2 of 5 ID †
³
9
0
7
1
6
E
0
~ Configurable
Interleaved 2 of 5 ID †
0
³
9
0
6
7
0
0
† While using the Multi-Code method,
scan this bar code followed by the 3
code byte bar codes in Section M
that represent a unique ID character
to be associated with this bar code
type. (Refer to the Multi-Code
method on page x.)
~ Configurable
Matrix 2 of 5 ID †
³
9
0
6
8
~ Configurable
Airline 2 of 5 ID †
0
0
³
9
0
6
9
0
0
SECTION E
CONFIGURABLE ID CHARACTERS CODE SPECIFIC
~ Configurable
MSI Plessey ID †
³
9
0
6
5
0
~ Configurable
UK Plessey ID†
0
³
9
0
7
0
0
0
† While using the Multi-Code method,
scan this bar code followed by the 3
code byte bar codes in Section M
that represent a unique ID character
to be associated with this bar code
type. (Refer to the Multi-Code
method on page x.)
~ Configurable
Codabar ID †
³
9
0
6
* Clear all Configurable
Code Specific ID’s †
6
0
0
³
Prefixes/Suffixes
9
E
9
7
9
9
8
3
Prefixes/Suffixes
SECTION E
STANDARD PREFIX CHARACTERS
Enable STX Prefix
³
1
1
6
6
8
E
* Disable STX Prefix
1
5
³
1
1
6
6
0
5
The scanner will transmit a
Start of TeXt (ASCII 02H)
before each bar code.
Will not transmit a Start of
TeXt (ASCII 02H) before
each bar code.
Enable
Rockford-Thompson Mode
* Disable RockfordThompson Mode
³
1
0
5
5
1
3
Enable AIM ID Characters
³
1
0
7
9
1
5
The scanner will transmit
AIM symbology identifiers.
Some scanner
models may not
support this feature.
³
1
0
5
5
0
3
0
5
* Disable AIM ID
Characters
³
1
0
7
9
The scanner will not
transmit AIM symbology
identifiers.
SECTION E
STANDARD PREFIX CHARACTERS
Enable UPC Prefix ID
³
1
1
6
6
1
* Disable UPC Prefix ID
7
³
When enabled, the scanner
will transmit a prefix before
any UPC/EAN bar code.
1
1
6
6
0
7
Do not send prefix ID
Characters with UPC/EAN
codes.
The prefixes are as follows:
A (UPC-A),
E0 (UPC-E),
F (EAN-13), and
FF (EAN-8).
Enable NCR Prefix ID
³
1
0
7
9
1
* Disable NCR Prefix ID
1
³
1
0
When enabled, the scanner
will transmit a prefix before
the following code types.
The prefixes are as follows:
A (UPC-A),
E0 (UPC-E),
FF (EAN-8),
F (EAN-13),
B1 (Code 39),
B2 (ITF) and
B3 (Code 128 & other codes).
Prefixes/Suffixes
E
9
7
9
0
1
Prefixes/Suffixes
SECTION E
STANDARD PREFIX CHARACTERS
Enable Nixdorf ID
Characters
³
1
0
7
9
10
E
* Disable Nixdorf ID
Characters
1
7
³
1
0
7
9
0
7
This option transmits code
identifiers before each bar
code for many
Siemens/Nixdorf registers.
This option will not transmit
Siemens/Nixdorf code
identifiers.
Enable SANYO ID
Characters
* Disable SANYO ID
Characters
³
1
0
7
9
Transmit Sanyo ID
Characters.
1
6
³
1
0
7
9
0
6
Do not transmit Sanyo ID
Characters.
SECTION E
STANDARD PREFIX CHARACTERS
Enable TEC Register
Format ID Characters
³
1
2
4
7
1
Disable TEC Register
Format ID Characters
0
³
Enable TEC MA1530
ID Characters
³
1
0
8
0
1
1
0
5
5
1
2
4
7
0
0
Disable TEC MA1530
ID Characters
0
³
Enable Symbology Prefix
³
1
1
0
8
0
0
0
Disable Symbology Prefix
4
³
This option adds a
symbology description in
front of the bar code
transmission.
1
0
5
5
0
4
Do not add a symbology
description in front of the
bar code transmission.
Prefixes/Suffixes
E
11
Prefixes/Suffixes
SECTION E
STANDARD PREFIX CHARACTERS
Enable Manufacturer
ID Prefix
³
1
0
5
5
12
E
1
* Disable Manufacturer
ID Prefix
2
³
1
0
5
5
0
2
Transmits “METROLOGIC”
before all bar code data to
identify the scanner as a
Metrologic Scanner.
The scanner will not
transmit the manufacturer
identification string.
Enable “C” Prefix
* Disable “C” Prefix
³
1
0
5
5
1
1
Enable “$” Prefix ID
for UPC/EAN
³
1
0
5
5
1
³
1
0
5
5
0
1
* Disable “$” Prefix ID
for UPC/EAN
0
³
1
0
5
5
0
0
SECTION E
STANDARD PREFIX CHARACTERS
Enable Tab Prefix
³
1
1
6
6
* Disable Tab Prefix
1
1
³
1
1
6
6
0
1
The scanner will transmit a
TAB (ASCII 09H) before
each bar code.
The scanner will not
transmit a TAB.
Enable SNI Beetle Mode
* Disable SNI Beetle Mode
³
1
1
6
1
1
1
³
Enable Cipher 1021 IDs
³
1
1
6
1
1
1
1
6
1
0
1
* Disable Cipher 1021 IDs
3
³
Prefixes/Suffixes
1
E
1
13
6
1
0
3
Prefixes/Suffixes
SECTION E
STANDARD SUFFIX CHARACTERS
* Enable CR Suffix
³
1
1
6
6
14
E
1
Disable CR Suffix
3
³
1
1
6
6
0
3
The scanner will transmit a
Carriage Return after each
bar code.
The scanner will not
transmit a Carriage Return
after each bar code.
* Enable LF Suffix
Disable LF Suffix
³
1
1
6
6
1
2
The scanner will transmit a
Line Feed after each bar
code.
³
1
1
6
6
0
2
The scanner will not
transmit a Line Feed after
each bar code.
This feature is
Disabled when
keyboard wedge
defaults are loaded.
Enable Tab Suffix
³
1
1
6
6
* Disable Tab Suffix
1
0
The scanner will transmit a
TAB (ASCII 09H) after each
bar code.
³
1
1
6
6
0
0
The scanner will not
transmit a TAB (ASCII 09H)
after each bar code.
SECTION E
STANDARD SUFFIX CHARACTERS
Enable ETX Suffix
³
1
1
6
6
* Disable ETX Suffix
1
4
³
1
1
6
6
0
4
The scanner will transmit
End of TeXt (ASCII 03H)
after the bar code data.
The scanner will not
transmit End of TeXt
(ASCII 03H).
Enable UPC Suffix ID
* Disable UPC Suffix ID
³
1
1
6
6
1
6
³
The scanner will transmit a
suffix after any UPC/EAN
bar code.
1
1
6
6
0
The scanner will not
transmit a suffix after
UPC/EAN bar codes.
The suffixes are as follows:
A (UPC-A),
E (UPC-E),
F (EAN-13) and
F (EAN-8).
Prefixes/Suffixes
E
15
6
Prefixes/Suffixes
SECTION E
LONGITUDINAL REDUNDANCY CHECK (LRC)
Enable Transmit of
LRC Calculation
³
1
0
7
8
16
E
* Disable Transmit of
LCR Calculation
1
1
³
1
0
7
8
0
1
The scanner outputs an
LRC check character after
the bar code.
The scanner will not output
an LRC (check character)
after the bar code.
* Start LRC on First Byte
Start LRC on Second Byte
³
1
0
7
8
0
0
The scanner will calculate
the LRC check digit starting
with the first character.
³
1
0
7
8
1
0
The scanner will calculate
the LRC check digit starting
with the second character.
SECTION E
CONFIGURABLE SUFFIXES, ALL DATA
Scan the Enter/Exit Configuration Mode bar code before trying to set this feature.
Refer to the Multi-Code Method on page x.
Enter/Exit
Configuration Mode
³
9
9
9
9
9
~ Configurable Suffix
Character #1
9
³
9
0
4
5
0
0
A suffix ID can be added
and assigned for data
transmission. Use this code
with a 3 code byte
sequence from Section M
that represents the desired
character.
~ Configurable Suffix
Character #2
³
9
0
4
6
0
~ Configurable Suffix
Character #3
0
³
Assigns a 2nd configurable
suffix character.
9
0
4
7
0
0
Assigns a 3rd configurable
suffix character.
Prefixes/Suffixes
E
17
Prefixes/Suffixes
SECTION E
CONFIGURABLE SUFFIXES, ALL DATA
~ Configurable Suffix
Character #4 †
³
9
0
4
8
18
E
0
~ Configurable Suffix
Character #5 †
0
³
Assigns a 4th configurable
suffix character.
9
0
4
9
0
0
Assigns a 5th configurable
suffix character.
† While using the Multi-Code method,
scan this bar code followed by the 3
code byte bar codes in Section M
that represents the desired
character. (Refer to the Multi-Code
method on page x.)
~ Configurable Suffix
Character #7 †
~ Configurable Suffix
Character #6 †
³
9
0
5
0
0
0
Assigns a 6th configurable
suffix character.
³
9
0
5
1
0
0
Assigns 7th configurable
suffix character.
SECTION E
CONFIGURABLE SUFFIXES, ALL DATA
~ Configurable Suffix
Character #8 †
³
9
0
5
2
0
~ Configurable Suffix
Character #9 †
0
³
9
0
5
3
0
0
Assigns a 8th configurable
suffix character.
Assigns a 9th configurable
suffix character.
~ Configurable Suffix
Character #10 †
† While using the MultiCode method, scan this
bar code followed by the
3 code byte bar codes in
Section M that represent
the desired character.
(Refer to the Multi-Code
method on page x.)
³
9
0
5
4
0
0
Assigns a 10th configurable
suffix character.
* Clear All User
Configurable Suffixes
³
Prefixes/Suffixes
9
E
9
19
9
9
8
4
Prefixes/Suffixes
20
E
SECTION E
SPECIAL FORMATS
Enable SINEKO Mode
* Disable SINEKO Mode
³
1
0
7
9
1
4
Enable Newcode
Formatting Mode A
³
1
1
6
7
1
1
6
7
1
0
7
9
0
4
* Disable Newcode
Formatting Mode A
1
1
Enable Newcode
Formatting Mode B
³
³
³
1
1
6
7
0
1
* Disable Newcode
Formatting Mode B
1
0
³
1
1
6
7
0
0
SECTION E
CHARACTER REPLACEMENTS
To replace a character:
1. Scan the Enter/Exit Configuration Mode bar code
(located on page x, at the front of this guide).
2. Scan the Character to Replace Code (shown below).
3. Scan the ASCII Code Byte value of the character you wish to replace
(refer to the ASCII reference table in Section M).
4. Scan the Replacement Character bar code.
5. Scan the ASCII Code Byte value of the replacement character.
6. Scan the Enter/Exit Configuration Mode bar code
(located on page x, at the front of this guide).
Character to Replace
³
9
3
8
6
0
No Replacement
0
³
8
3
8
Replacement Character
³
9
3
8
7
0
0
Prefixes/Suffixes
E
21
6
0
0
SECTION F
UPC/EAN
* Transmit UPC-A
Check Digit
³
1
0
7
5
Do not Transmit
UPC-A Check Digit
1
7
³
Transmit UPC-E
Check Digit
³
1
0
7
5
1
0
7
5
0
7
5
0
7
* Do Not Transmit
UPC-E Check Digit
1
6
³
1
1
0
7
5
0
6
* Do Not Expand
UPC-E To 12 Digits
Expand UPC-E to 12 Digits
³
1
5
³
Expand UPC-E bar codes to
the 12 digit equivalent,
UPC-A bar codes.
1
0
7
5
0
5
Do not expand UPC-E to
the 12 digit equivalent,
UPC-A bar code.
Code Formatting
F
1
Code Formatting
SECTION F
UPC/EAN
Convert UPC-A to EAN-13
³
1
0
7
5
2
F
1
4
* Do Not Convert
UPC-A to EAN-13
³
1
0
7
5
0
4
The scanner converts
UPC-A to EAN-13 by
transmitting a leading zero
before the bar code.
The scanner will not convert
UPC-A to EAN-13.
Transmit Lead Zero
on UPC-E
Do Not Transmit
Lead Zero on UPC-E
³
1
0
7
5
1
3
³
1
0
7
5
0
3
This option will transmit a
zero before each
UPC-E bar code.
This option will not transmit
a zero before each UPC-E
bar code.
Convert EAN-8 to EAN-13
* Do Not Convert
EAN-8 to EAN-13
³
1
0
7
5
1
2
The scanner will transmit
five zeros before the bar
code to convert EAN-8 to
EAN-13.
³
1
0
7
5
0
2
The scanner will not convert
EAN-8 to EAN-13.
SECTION F
UPC/EAN
* Transmit UPC-A
Number System
³
1
0
7
5
Do Not Transmit UPC-A
Number System
1
1
³
1
0
7
5
0
1
Metrologic strongly
discourages using
this feature.
Duplicate numbers
may result in the
database.
* Transmit
UPC-A MFR #
³
1
0
7
6
Do Not Transmit
UPC-A MFR #
1
1
³
* Transmit
UPC-A ITEM #
³
1
0
7
6
1
0
7
6
0
1
0
0
Do Not Transmit
UPC-A ITEM #
1
0
³
Code Formatting
1
0
F
7
6
3
Code Formatting
SECTION F
UPC/EAN
* Transmit EAN-8
Check Digit
³
1
0
7
9
Do Not Transmit
EAN-8 Check Digit
1
0
* Transmit EAN-13
Check Digit
³
1
0
7
9
1
1
0
7
5
³
1
0
7
9
0
0
Do Not Transmit
EAN-13 Check Digit
2
GTIN-14 Format
³
4
F
³
1
0
7
9
0
2
No GTIN-14 Format
1
0
This feature is not
available with all
models.
³
1
0
7
5
0
0
SECTION F
CODABAR
Transmit Codabar Start/Stop
Characters
³
1
0
7
7
1
7
* Do Not Transmit Codabar
Start/Stop
³
1
0
7
7
0
7
Transmits Codabar’s start/stop
characters before and after each
bar code.
Will not transmit Codabar’s
start/stop characters before and
after each bar code.
Convert Codabar Start/Stop
Characters to Lowercase
* Do Not Convert Codabar
Start/Stop Characters to
Lowercase
³
1
1
5
1
1
0
³
Code Formatting
1
1
5
1
F
0
0
5
Code Formatting
SECTION F
F
6
CODABAR
Enable
CLSI Editing
³
1
0
7
7
1
6
CLSI type editing will be done
before the information is
transmitted to the host.
This option will only
work with 14 digit
Codabar type lengths.
* Do Not Enable
CLSI Editing
³
1
0
7
7
0
6
This option will not perform
CLSI type editing before the
information is transmitted to
the host.
SECTION F
CODE 39
Enable MOD 43
Check on Code 39
³
1
0
0
2
* Disable MOD 43 Check
on Code 39
1
3
³
1
0
0
2
0
3
The scanner will only scan
Code 39 bar codes that
have a valid Modulo 43
Check Digit.
The scanner will not test
Code 39 bar codes for a
Modulo 43 Check Digit.
Transmit Mod 43
Check Digit on Code 39
* Do Not Transmit Mod 43
Check Digit on Code 39
³
1
0
7
7
1
5
³
This feature works in
conjunction with Mod 43
Check on Code 39. Both
must be enabled for this
feature to work.
1
0
7
7
0
5
This option will not transmit
Code 39’s Mod 43 check
character.
Code Formatting
F
7
Code Formatting
SECTION F
F
8
CODE 39
Transmit Code 39 Start/Stop
Characters
³
1
0
7
7
1
0
The scanner transmits Code
39’s start/stop characters before
and after each bar code.
* Do Not Transmit Code 39
Start/Stop Characters
³
1
0
7
7
0
0
The scanner will not transmit
Code 39’s start/stop characters
before and after each bar code.
SECTION F
CODE 11 AND TELEPEN
Transmit
Code 11 Check Digit
³
1
0
7
7
1
* Do Not Transmit
Code 11 Check Digit
3
³
1
0
7
7
0
3
The scanner will transmit
Code 11 check characters
when used with the Enable
Code 11 feature in
Section A.
The scanner will not
transmit Code 11 check
characters.
Enable
Convert Telepen ^L to E
* Disable
Convert Telepen ^L to E
³
1
0
7
8
1
4
³
Code Formatting
1
0
F
7
8
9
0
4
Code Formatting
10
F
SECTION F
PLESSEY
Transmit
UK Plessey Check Digit
³
1
0
7
8
1
6
* Do Not Transmit
UK Plessey Check Digit
³
1
0
7
8
0
6
The scanner will transmit
UK Plessey Check Digit
characters when used with
the Enable UK Plessey
feature in Section A.
Will not transmit UK Plessey
Check Digit characters.
Enable
UK Plessey Special Format
Disable
UK Plessey Special Format
³
1
0
7
8
1
5
Handle Incorrect
UK Plessey Stop Character
³
1
0
8
0
1
3
³
1
0
7
8
0
5
* Normal UK Plessey Stop
Character Handling
³
1
0
8
0
0
3
SECTION F
PLESSEY
* No MSI Plessey
Check Digit
³
2
0
0
7
0
4
The scanner will not test
MSI Plessey bar codes for a
check digit.
Enable MSI Plessey MOD
10/10 Check Digit
³
2
0
0
7
3
* Enable MSI Plessey MOD
10 Check Digit
4
³
2
0
0
7
2
4
The scanner will test MSI
Plessey bar codes for a
double Modulo 10 check
digit.
The scanner will test MSI
Plessey bar codes for a
single Modulo 10 check digit.
Transmit
MSI Plessey Check Digit
* Do Not Transmit
MSI Plessey Check Digit
³
1
0
7
7
1
1
This option works in
conjunction with one or both
of the Enabled MSI Plessey
Mode options.
³
1
0
7
7
0
1
The scanner will not transmit
MSI Plessey’s check digit
characters.
Code Formatting
F
11
Code Formatting
F
12
SECTION F
2 OF 5
Enable Mod 10
Check on ITF
³
1
0
0
* Disable MOD 10
Check on ITF
3
1
0
³
1
0
0
3
0
0
The scanner will only scan
Interleaved 2 of 5 (ITF) bar
codes that have a Modulo
10 check digit.
The scanner will not test
Interleaved 2 of 5 (ITF) bar
codes for a Modulo 10 check
digit.
Transmit Mod 10
Check Digit on ITF
* Do Not Transmit Mod 10
Check Digit on ITF
³
1
0
7
7
1
4
³
1
0
7
7
0
4
The scanner transmits
Interleaved 2 of 5 (ITF)
Mod 10 check character.
The scanner will not transmit
Interleaved 2 of 5 (ITF) Mod
10 check digit character. This
feature works in conjunction
with Mod 10 check on ITF.
Both must be enabled for this
feature to work.
Transmit Matrix 2 of 5
Check Digit
* Do Not Transmit
Matrix 2 of 5 Check Digit.
³
1
0
7
8
1
2
³
1
0
7
8
0
2
SECTION G
ENABLE RS-232 MODE
* Enable RS-232 Mode
³
4
1
5
5
5
4
When enabled the scanner
will work with RS-232 ±12V
serial output.
RS-232
G
1
RS-232
SECTION G
PARITY FEATURES
A parity bit is an extra data bit used to help
catch data transmission errors. The
scanner’s parity must match the host’s
parity.
No Parity
³
Odd Parity
³
3
1
2
G
3
1
6
0
4
5
0
1
5
* Space Parity
6
0
0
5
³
3
1
6
Select Odd Parity to set the
parity bit to either 1 or 0 to
ensure an odd number of
bits are 1’s.
Select to set the parity bit
always 0.
Even Parity
Mark Parity
³
3
1
6
0
2
5
Select to set the parity bit to
either 1 or 0 to ensure an
even number of bits are 1’s.
³
3
1
6
0
3
5
Select to set the parity bit
always 1.
SECTION G
BAUD RATES
A “Baud” or “Baud Rate” is the speed at
which data is transmitted. Select a
Baud for the scanner that matches the
host device.
115200 BAUD Rate
³
57600 BAUD Rate
³
4
1
5
8
4
1
5
8
1
5
8
1
0
38400 BAUD Rate
9
0
19200 BAUD Rate
³
4
³
4
1
5
8
8
0
6
0
14400 BAUD Rate
7
0
³
RS-232
4
1
5
8
G
3
0
RS-232
SECTION G
BAUD RATES
* 9600 BAUD Rate
³
4
1
5
8
5
4800 BAUD Rate
0
2400 BAUD Rate
³
4
1
5
8
4
1
5
8
³
4
1
5
8
4
0
2
0
0
0
1200 BAUD Rate
3
0
600 BAUD Rate
³
4
G
³
4
1
5
8
300 BAUD Rate
1
0
³
4
1
5
8
SECTION G
DATA/STOP BITS
* 7 Data Bits
³
1
1
6
8 Data Bits
0
0
3
³
1
1
6
0
1
3
0
0
4
Number of data bits
transmitted for each
character.
1 Stop Bit
³
1
1
* 2 Stop Bits
6
0
1
4
³
RS-232
1
1
6
G
5
RS-232
SECTION G
HARDWARE HANDSHAKING
Enable RTS/CTS
Handshaking
³
1
1
5
8
6
G
* Disable RTS/CTS
Handshaking
1
6
³
1
1
5
8
0
Output a Request to Send
(RTS) signal and wait for a
Clear To Send (CTS) signal
before transmitting data.
Do not use RTS/CTS
handshaking.
* Character RTS/CTS
Message RTS/CTS
³
1
1
5
8
1
5
³
1
1
5
8
0
6
5
Activate/Deactivate RTS
signal for each character.
Activate RTS before
sending the first character
and leave it active until after
the last character has been
transmitted.
Invert RTS Polarity (RSV1)
* Standard RTS Polarity
³
1
2
4
+12V = Inactive
-12V = Active
5
1
0
³
1
2
4
5
0
0
Use standard RTS polarity
-12V = Inactive
+12V = Active
SECTION G
HARDWARE HANDSHAKING
Invert CTS Polarity (RSV2)
³
1
2
4
5
1
* Standard CTS Polarity
1
³
+12V = Inactive, do not
send
1
2
4
5
0
1
-12V = Inactive, do not send
+12V = Active, OK to send
-12V = Active, OK to send
Activate RTS, Do Not wait
for CTS (RSV3)
³
1
2
4
5
1
* Activate RTS,
Wait for CTS
2
³
1
2
4
5
0
2
Activate RTS for
transmission but do not wait
for CTS to send.
Wait for CTS after activating
RTS.
Test CTS Not Present
Before RTS (RSV4)
* Do Not Test for CTS
Present Before RTS
³
1
2
4
5
1
3
³
Do not activate RTS if CTS
is already present.
1
2
4
5
0
3
Activate RTS without testing
if CTS is already active.
RS-232
G
7
RS-232
SECTION G
HARDWARE HANDSHAKING
CTS Scan Transmit
³
1
2
0
4
8
G
1
* No CTS Scan Transmit
7
The CTS line is used to allow
a decoded bar code to be
transmitted. Use reserved
code 4 to ensure 1 bar code
per CTS. This will prevent the
scanner from gathering data
until the CTS signal has been
retracted.
³
1
2
0
4
0
7
Do not support CTS scan
transmit.
This feature is not
available with all
models.
Enable DTR Support
³
1
1
5
8
1
* Disable DTR Support
7
³
1
1
5
8
0
7
The scanner will stop
scanning when the Data
Terminal Ready (DTR)
signal goes inactive.
Enable
RTS Counter Toggle
³
1
1
5
9
1
* Disable
RTS Counter Toggle
5
The scanner will toggle the
RTS line on a good decode.
³
1
1
5
9
0
5
SECTION G
SOFTWARE HANDSHAKING
Enable XON/XOFF
Handshaking
³
1
1
5
9
* Disable XON/XOFF
Handshaking
1
4
³
1
1
5
9
0
4
The scanner will stop
transmission whenever an
XOFF (ASCII 13H) is
received. Transmission will
resume after an XON
(ASCII 11H) is received.
The scanner will not test for
XON/XOFF.
Enable ACK/NAK
* Disable ACK/NAK
³
1
1
5
9
1
3
³
After transmitting data, wait
for an ACK (06H) or a NAK
(15H) response from the
host.
1
1
5
9
0
3
Do not support ACK/NAK
handshaking.
If ACK is received, complete
the communications cycle
and look for more bar
codes.
If NAK is received,
retransmit the last set of bar
code data and wait for
ACK/NAK again.
RS-232
G
9
RS-232
SECTION G
SOFTWARE HANDSHAKING
Enable O/N Handshaking
³
1
1
5
9
10
G
1
2
Disable O/N Handshaking
³
1
1
5
9
0
2
ACK/NAK handshaking
(page G 9) must be enabled
for this feature to work.
Support BEL/CAN in
ACK/NAK
³
1
1
5
9
1
* Ignore BEL/CAN in
ACK/NAK
1
³
1
1
5
9
0
1
When BEL (07H) is received,
the scanner beeps 3 times and
exits the communications loop.
If a CAN (18H) is received,
then the scanner will exit the
communications loop, silently.
Ignore BEL/CAN characters
in communication loop.
Enable Razz Command
Disable Razz Command
³
1
1
8
4
1
5
When a z is received, the
scanner will RAZZ once.
Multiple razzes can be
sounded if the character before
the z is a number and is sent
within 1 second of the z.
The normal BEL
commands must be
activated for feature.
³
1
1
8
4
0
Ignore z characters in
communication loop.
5
SECTION G
SOFTWARE HANDSHAKING
* Disable XON/XOFF
Scan Inhibit Off
Enable XON/XOFF
Scan Inhibit On
³
1
1
6
0
1
1
³
1
This feature is not
available with all
models.
1
1
8
0
1
6
0
0
1
This feature is not
available with all
models.
Enable 5 Retries on
ACK/NAK Time Out
³
1
* Disable 5 Retries on
ACK/NAK Time Out
3
³
1
1
8
0
0
3
Allow up to 5 NAK
retransmissions of the data
before dropping out of the
communications loop.
Do not limit retransmission
to 5 NAK cycles.
Enable 5 NAK Retries
Disable 5 NAK Retries
³
1
1
5
8
1
4
³
RS-232
1
1
5
8
G
0
4
11
RS-232
SECTION G
MISCELLANEOUS
Enable French PC Term
³
1
1
6
1
12
G
1
0
* Disable French PC Term
³
1
1
6
1
0
0
The scanner transmits PC
type make/break scan
codes instead of ASCII data
characters. The scan codes
match a WYSE French PC
Terminal Emulation.
Do not transmit in French
PC Term Mode.
Enable USA Wyse PC
Disable USA Wyse PC
³
1
1
6
1
1
7
³
1
1
6
1
0
7
Enables USA Wyse PC
style keyboard PCTERM
mode.
Disables USA Wyse PC
style keyboard PCTERM
mode.
* Enable Receive Data
Disable Receive Data
³
1
2
5
0
0
6
³
1
2
5
0
1
6
Disable receive port after 5
seconds.
SECTION H
ENABLE KEYBOARD EMULATION
Load Keyboard Wedge
Defaults
³
9
9
9
9
9
4
Loads default settings for
keyboard wedge mode.
Enable Stand-Alone Keyboard
Emulation
³
5
1
5
5
1
5
* Enable Keyboard Wedge
Emulation
3
³
Use this with special standalone models that are not
cabled for an external
keyboard. When the StandAlone Mode is enabled, the
scanner will send keyboard
“power on” information and
configure hardware to simulate
a constant keyboard
connection.
Keyboard
5
1
5
5
1
4
3
Use this with an external
keyboard. Transmit in wedge
mode to allow standard PC
keyboards to communicate
when no bar code data is
available.
H
1
Keyboard
SECTION H
4
1
6
2
2
COUNTRY/SCAN CODE TABLE SELECTS
* USA Keyboard
³
H
Switzerland Keyboard
6
0
³
4
1
6
2
8
0
Enable USA Keyboard.
Enable Swiss Keyboard
Spain Keyboard
Italy Keyboard
³
4
1
6
2
5
0
³
4
1
6
2
4
0
Enable Spanish Keyboard
Enable Italian Keyboard
Germany Keyboard
France Keyboard
³
4
1
6
2
3
0
Enable German Keyboard
³
4
1
6
2
2
0
Enable French Keyboard
SECTION H
COUNTRY/SCAN CODE TABLE SELECTS
UK Keyboard
³
4
1
6
Belgium Keyboard
2
1
0
³
4
1
6
2
0
0
Enable UK Keyboard.
Enable Belgium Keyboard
Japanese Keyboard
IBM 4700 Financial Keyboard
³
4
1
6
2
1
0
0
³
Enable Japanese Keyboard
4
1
6
2
9
0
Enable Sweden/Finland
Keyboard
Keyboard
1
6
2
7
0
Enable IBM 4700 Financial
Keyboard
Sweden/Finland Keyboard
³
4
H
3
Keyboard
SECTION H
2
1
6
4
KEYBOARD/SYSTEM TYPE
* AT Keyboard
³
H
XT Keyboard
2
1
5
³
2
1
6
2
0
5
If using an AT computer,
scan the above bar code.
(Includes IBM PS/2 and
compatible models 50, 55,
60, 80)
If using an XT computer,
scan the above bar code.
PS/2 Keyboard
Terminal KB Emulation
³
2
1
6
2
2
5
Scan the above code for
PS/2 computer. (Includes
IBM PC and compatible
models 30, 70 and 8556)
³
2
1
6
2
3
5
Scan the above code to
enable terminal keyboard
emulation mode.
SECTION H
SPECIAL KEYBOARD FEATURES
Transmit
Make Code Only
³
1
1
6
3
* Transmit
Make/Break Code
1
1
³
Do not scan unless
instructed by a
Metrologic
representative.
1
1
6
3
1
6
3
0
1
Do not scan unless
instructed by a
Metrologic
representative.
Do Not Transmit
F0H Break Code
³
1
* Transmit
F0H Break Code
0
0
³
1
1
6
3
1
0
The scanner will not
transmit the F0H in the
break-code sequence.
The scanner will transmit
the F0H in the break-code
sequence.
Transmit Cleanup Bit
* Do Not Transmit
Cleanup Bit
³
1
1
6
3
1
5
³
Use for certain NEC
computers.
Keyboard
H
5
1
1
6
3
0
5
Keyboard
SECTION H
1
1
6
2
6
SPECIAL KEYBOARD FEATURES
Enable Alt Mode
³
H
* Disable Alt Mode
1
7
³
The scanner will duplicate
the following keyboard
sequence:
Hold down ALT key and
Type decimal number that
corresponds to the
appropriate character.
Enable Auto Detect Mode
(AT/PS2)
³
1
1
6
2
1
4
Automatically detects caps
lock status.
1
1
6
2
0
7
Caution: If the host
software application
uses the right ALT key
as a “Hot” key, ALT
mode must be
disabled.
* Disable Auto Detect
Mode (AT/PS2)
³
1
1
6
2
0
4
The Auto Detect Caps Lock
feature is not supported.
SECTION H
SPECIAL KEYBOARD FEATURES
Enable Caps Lock (XT)
³
1
1
6
2
1
* Disable Caps Lock (XT)
4
³
1
1
6
2
0
4
The Caps Lock feature is
not supported.
Send Numbers as Keypad
Data
³
1
1
6
3
1
* Send Numbers as
Normal Data
6
³
1
1
6
3
0
6
All data is sent as if it has
been entered on a keypad.
Enable
Reserved Feature
³
1
1
6
4
* Disable Reserved
Feature
1
0
Keyboard
³
H
7
1
1
6
4
0
0
Keyboard
SECTION H
1
1
6
3
8
SPECIAL KEYBOARD FEATURES
* Use Extended ASCII to
Send Extended
Key Codes
³
H
0
3
Use Extended ASCII
Characters as Extended
ASCII
³
1
1
6
3
1
3
Use extended ASCII
characters to send PC
keyboard keys such as F1,
F2, etc…See section M for
details.
Transmit extended ASCII
codes via ALT mode.
* Character KB Inhibit
Message KB Inhibit
³
1
1
6
3
0
4
³
1
1
6
3
1
4
SECTION H
INTER-SCAN CODE DELAYS
Inter-Scan Code Delay
800 Microseconds
³
8
1
6
5
8
Inter-Scan Code Delay
7.5 msec
0
³
The time specified represents
the amount of time between
individual 9 bit-scan codes.
8
5
7
5
0
This parameter may
need to be adjusted
for operation with
certain PC keyboard
BIOS.
Inter-Scan Code Delay
15 msec
~ Variable Inter-Scan
Code Delay msec
8 1 6 5 1 5 0 0
³
The time specified represents
the amount of time between
individual 9 bit-scan codes.
9
1
6
5
0
0
Refer to the Multi-Code
Configuration method on
page x.
This parameter may
need to be adjusted
for operation with
certain PC keyboard
BIOS.
Keyboard
6
The time specified represents
the amount of time between
individual 9 bit-scan codes.
This parameter may
need to be adjusted
for operation with
certain PC keyboard
BIOS.
³
1
H
9
Keyboard
H
10
SECTION H
CONTROL SETS
In general, standard bar code symbologies will only encode the ASCII character set.
Function keys, arrow keys and many other “extended” keys on an IBM compatible
keyboard do not translate to ASCII characters. One method of “bar coding” the extended
keys is to substitute the extended key codes when a specific ASCII control character
found in the bar code stream. The Control Sets are specific translation of the ASCII
(HEX) set.
CONTROL SET #1
Enable Control Set #1
³
4
1
6
4
8
4
Disable Control Set #1
³
4
1
6
4
0
4
SECTION H
ASCII (HEX)
CONTROL SET #1
ASCII Control
Extended Key
00H
Null
Numeric Keypad
01H
SOH
Num Lock
02H
STX
Down
03H
ETX
Numeric Keypad
04H
EOT
Insert
05H
ENQ
Delete
06H
ACK
System Request
07H
BEL
08H
BS
‰
Š
09H
TAB
Tab
0AH
LF
Caps Lock
0BH
VT
Shift Tab
0CH
FF
Alt
0DH
CR
Enter
0EH
SO
Control
0FH
SI
Up Arrow
10H
DLE
F1
11H
DC1
F2
12H
DC2
F3
13H
DC3
F4
14H
DC4
F5
15H
NAK
F6
16H
SYN
F7
17H
ETB
F8
18H
CAN
F9
19H
EM
F10
1AH
SUB
Home
1BH
ESC
Esc
1CH
FS
Page Up
1DH
GS
Page Down
1EH
RS
Print Screen
1FH
US
End
Keyboard
H
11
Keyboard
SECTION H
3
1
6
4
12
3151 TERMINAL KEYBOARD
* 3151 Terminal Keyboard
³
H
0
0
SECTION I
OCIA
Load OCIA Defaults
³
9
9
9
9
9
Enable OCIA
3
³
4
1
5
5
4
4
Select this option if
communications require
OCIA (Optically Coupled
Interface Adapter).
This serial interface
is clocked by the
host.
Enable DTS/Siemens
³
2
1
7
7
0
* Enable DTS/Nixdorf
6
³
Enable NCR-S
³
2
1
7
2
1
7
7
1
6
7
2
6
Enable NCR-F
7
3
6
OCIA
³
I
1
2
1
7
SECTION J
LIGHT PEN
Enable Light Pen Mode
³
4
1
5
5
2
4
Select this option if the
scanner will be used in
place of a light pen. It
provides light pen emulation
of each bar code scanned.
* Bars High
³
1
1
6
Spaces High
9
1
7
³
Transmit Code 39
³
1
1
6
9
1
1
6
9
0
7
* Transmit as Scanned
1
6
³
All bar codes will be
decoded then transmitted
as code 39 bar codes.
Light Pen/Laser Emulation
1
1
6
9
0
6
All bar codes will be
decoded and transmitted in
their original symbology.
J
1
Light Pen/Laser Emulation
SECTION J
1
1
6
9
2
LIGHT PEN/SET NARROW ELEMENT BORDER
* Do Not
Poll Light Pen Source
Poll Light Pen Source
³
J
1
5
³
1
1
6
9
0
5
The scanner waits for an
active source voltage before
transmitting data.
The scanner will not wait for
an active source voltage
before transmitting data.
Enable Light Pen
Extra Toggle
* Disable Light Pen
Extra Toggle
³
1
1
6
9
1
1
³
1
1
6
9
0
1
0
2
The scanner beeps and
toggles the light pen data
line with an extra data pulse
to condition the decoder.
10x Narrow
Element Border
³
1
1
6
* 50x Narrow
Element Border
9
1
2
This bar code allows the
transmission of Light
Pen/Wand emulation using
a 10x border.
³
1
1
6
9
This bar code allows the
transmission of Light
Pen/Wand emulation using
a 50x border.
SECTION J
SET NARROW ELEMENT WIDTH /LASER EMULATION
* 1 ms
Narrow Element Width
³
60 µs
Narrow Element Width
8 1 6 8 1 6 3 0
³
8
1
6
8
1
0
This option allows the
transmission of Light/Pen
Wand emulation a 1 ms
narrow element width.
This transmits at 60 µs
narrow element width.
100 µs
Narrow Element Width
500 µs
Narrow Element Width
³
8
1
6
8
1
6
0
³
8
1
6
8
8
2
0
0
This transmits at
100 µs narrow element width.
This transmits at
500 µs narrow element width.
~ Variable
Narrow Element Width †
Laser Emulation
† Refer to the Multi-Code
Method on page x.
³
9
1
6
8
0
0
³
Sets the minimum
x-dimension in 6 µs
increments. Scan this code
followed by a 3 digit code
byte sequence found in
Section M. †
Light Pen/Laser Emulation
J
3
9
9
9
9
7
9
SECTION K
IBM 46XX CONFIGURATION/IBM PORTS
Load
IBM 46xx Defaults
³
9
9
9
9
Enable IBM 46xx
Communication
9
5
³
Load default format settings
for IBM 46xx systems.
4
1
5
5
0
4
Select this option for IBM
46xx SIOC/RS485
communication.
Not all scanners
support this interface.
The correct interface
board is required.
IBM Port 17B
3687-2 In Counter
³
3
1
7
2
IBM Port 5B
1520 HH Laser
5
0
³
* IBM Port 9B
4500 CCD HH BCR1
³
3
1
7
2
7
3
1
7
2
6
0
IBM Port 9B
4501 CCD HH BCR2
0
³
IBM 46xx Configuration
K
1
3
1
7
2
3
0
IBM 46xx Configuration
SECTION K
3
1
7
2
IBM Reserve #2
0
0
2
0
4
0
IBM Reserve #3
³
3
1
7
2
IBM Reserve #5
³
3
1
7
2
2
IBM RESERVE CODES
IBM Reserve #1
³
K
³
3
1
7
2
1
0
SECTION M
CODE BYTE USAGE
User configurable prefixes, symbol length and other features that use these code bytes
for configuration, require that the scanner be in configuration mode. Scan the Enter/Exit
Configuration Mode bar code before starting the configuration cycle. Single code
configuration mode does not work for these multi-code sequences.
Enter/Exit Configuration Mode
³
9
9
9
9
9
9
EXAMPLE
User configurable prefix/suffix characters (Section E) can be saved into the
scanner by scanning the 3 digit decimal equivalent of the ASCII character into
the appropriate character location with the code byte bar codes.
To add an asterisk (*) as a prefix scan the following bar codes in order:
1.
Enter/Exit Configuration Mode
(3 beeps)
2.
Configurable Prefix 1
(1 beep)
3.
Code Byte 0
(1 beep)
4.
Code Byte 4
(2 beeps)
5.
Code Byte 2
(3 beeps)
6.
Enter/Exit Configuration Mode
(3 beeps)
Code Bytes
M
1
Code Bytes
SECTION M
Code Byte 0
³
0
Code Byte 2
³
2
Code Byte 4
³
4
M
2
CODE BYTES 0-5
Code Byte 1
³
1
Code Byte 3
³
3
Code Byte 5
³
5
SECTION M
CODE BYTES 6-9
Code Byte 6
³
Code Byte 7
6
³
Code Byte 8
³
7
Code Byte 9
8
³
Code Bytes
M
3
9
Code Bytes
M
SECTION M
4
RESERVED CODES
~ Enable Reserved Code
³
9
9
9
9
8
8
Contact a Metrologic customer service
representative for additional details on
this feature.
~ Disable Reserved Code
³
9
9
9
9
8
7
SECTION M
CODE BYTE/CODE TYPE TABLE
CODE BYTE
CODE TYPES
004
UPC-A
002
UPC-E
003
EAN-8
005
EAN-13
080
Code 39
081
Codabar
082
Interleaved 2 of 5
083
Code 128
084
Code 93
091
MSI Plessey
092
Code 11
093
Airline 2 of 5 (15 digits)
094
Matrix 2 of 5
095
Telepen
096
UK Plessey
098
Standard 2 of 5
097
Airline (13 digits)
099
TRI-OPTIC
Code Bytes
M
5
Code Bytes
SECTION M
M
6
ASCII REFERENCE TABLE
HEX VALUE
DECIMAL VALUE/
CODE BYTE VALUE
CHARACTER
CONTROL KEYBOARD
EQUIVALENT
00
000
NUL
@
01
001
SOH
A
02
002
STX
B
03
003
ETX
C
04
004
EOT
D
05
005
ENQ
E
06
006
ACK
F
07
007
BEL
G
08
008
BS
H
09
009
HT
I
0A
010
LF
J
0B
011
VT
K
0C
012
FF
L
0D
013
CR
M
0E
014
SO
N
0F
015
SI
O
10
016
DLE
P
11
017
DC1
Q
12
018
DC2
R
13
019
DC3
S
14
020
DC4
T
15
021
NAK
U
16
022
SYN
V
17
023
ETB
W
18
024
CAN
X
19
025
EM
Y
1A
026
SUB
Z
SECTION M
ASCII REFERENCE TABLE
HEX VALUE
DECIMAL VALUE/
CODE BYTE VALUE
CHARACTER
CONTROL KEYBOARD
EQUIVALENT
1B
027
ESC
[
1C
028
FS
\
1D
029
GS
^
1E
030
RS
_
1F
031
US
20
032
SP
21
033
!
22
034
“
23
035
#
24
036
$
25
037
%
26
038
&
27
039
‘
28
040
(
29
041
)
2A
042
*
2B
043
+
2C
044
,
comma
2D
045
-
minus
2E
046
.
period
2F
047
/
30
048
0
number zero
31
049
1
number one
32
050
2
33
051
3
34
052
4
35
053
5
Code Bytes
space, blank
apostrophe
M
7
Code Bytes
M
SECTION M
8
ASCII REFERENCE TABLE
HEX VALUE
DECIMAL VALUE/
CODE BYTE VALUE
CHARACTER
36
054
6
37
055
7
38
056
8
39
057
9
3A
058
:
3B
059
;
3C
060
<
3D
061
=
3E
062
>
3F
063
?
40
064
@
41
065
A
42
066
B
43
067
C
44
068
D
45
069
E
46
070
F
47
071
G
48
072
H
49
073
I
4A
074
J
4B
075
K
4C
076
L
4D
077
M
4E
078
N
CONTROL KEYBOARD
EQUIVALENT
less than
greater than
shift P
letter l
SECTION M
ASCII REFERENCE TABLE
HEX VALUE
DECIMAL VALUE/
CODE BYTE VALUE
CHARACTER
CONTROL KEYBOARD
EQUIVALENT
4F
079
O
letter O
50
080
P
51
081
Q
52
082
R
53
083
S
54
084
T
55
085
U
56
086
V
57
087
W
58
088
X
59
089
Y
5A
090
Z
5B
091
[
shift K
5C
092
\
shift L
5D
093
]
shift M
5E
094
^
Ï, shift N
5F
095
_
Í, shift 0, underscore
60
096
‘
accent grave
61
097
a
62
098
b
63
099
c
64
100
d
65
101
e
66
102
f
67
103
g
68
104
h
69
105
i
Code Bytes
M
9
Code Bytes
M
SECTION M
10
ASCII REFERENCE TABLE
HEX VALUE
DECIMAL VALUE/
CODE BYTE VALUE
CHARACTER
CONTROL KEYBOARD
EQUIVALENT
6A
106
j
6B
107
k
6C
108
l
6D
109
m
6E
110
n
6F
111
o
70
112
p
71
113
q
72
114
r
73
115
s
74
116
t
75
117
u
76
118
v
77
119
w
78
120
x
79
121
y
7A
122
z
7B
123
{
7C
124
|
vertical slash
7D
125
}
alt mode
7E
126
~
(alt mode)
7F
127
DEL
delete, rubout
SECTION M
EXTENDED KEY CODE REFERENCE TABLE
AT SCAN
CODE
PS2 SCAN
CODE
3151
Ï
75H
48H
63H
80H = 128
Ð
72H
50H
60H
81H = 129
Î
74H
4DH
6AH
82H = 130
Í
6BH
4BH
61H
83H = 131
Insert
70H
52H
67H
84H = 132
Delete
71H
53H
64H
85H = 133
Home
6CH
47H
6EH
86H = 134
End
69H
4FH
00H
87H = 135
Page Up
7DH
49H
00H
88H = 136
Page Down
7AH
51H
00H
89H = 137
Right Alt
11H
38H
00H
8AH = 138
Right Ctrl
14H
1DH
39H
8BH = 139
Reserved
00H
00H
00H
8CH = 140
Reserved
00H
00H
00H
8DH = 141
Numeric Keypad Enter
5AH
1CH
79H
8EH = 142
Numeric Keypad /
4AH
35H
00H
8FH = 143
F1
05H
3BH
07H
90H = 144
F2
06H
3CH
0FH
91H = 145
F3
04H
3DH
17H
92H = 146
F4
0CH
3EH
1FH
93H = 147
F5
03H
3FH
27H
94H = 148
F6
0BH
40H
2FH
95H = 149
F7
83H
41H
37H
96H = 150
F8
0AH
42H
3FH
97H = 151
F9
01H
43H
47H
98H = 152
F10
09H
44H
4FH
99H = 153
F11
78H
57H
56H
9AH = 154
F12
07H
58H
5EH
9BH = 155
Numeric +
79H
4EH
00H
9CH = 156
KEY
Code Bytes
M
PREFIX/SUFFIX VALUE
HEX = DECIMAL
11
Code Bytes
SECTION M
M
12
EXTENDED KEY CODE REFERENCE TABLE
AT SCAN
CODE
PS2 SCAN
CODE
3151
PREFIX/SUFFIX VALUE
HEX = DECIMAL
Numeric -
7BH
4AH
7CH
9DH = 157
Numeric *
7CH
37H
00H
9EH = 158
Caps Lock
58H
3AH
14H
9FH = 159
Num Lock
77H
45H
00H
A0H = 160
Left ALT
11H
38H
00H
A1H = 161
Left CTRL
14H
1DH
11H
A2H = 162
Left Shift
12H
2AH
12H
A3H = 163
Right Shift
59H
36H
59H
A4H = 164
Multiple
00H
00H
A5H = 165
Tab
0DH
0FH
0DH
A6H = 166
Shift Tab
8DH
8FH
65H
A7H = 167
Enter
5AH
1CH
5AH
A8H = 168
ESC
76H
01H
08H
A9H = 169
Left ALT Make
11H
36H
00H
AAH = 170
Left ALT Break
11H
B6H
00H
ABH = 171
Left CTRL Make
14H
1DH
00H
ACH = 172
Left CTRL Break
14H
9DH
00H
ADH = 173
* Left ALT + 1 character
11H
36H
00H
AEH = 174
* Left CTRL + 1 character
14H
1DH
00H
AFH = 175
* Send
58H
C0H = 192
Clear
6FH
C1H = 193
Jump
76H
C2H = 194
Send Line
7EH
C3H = 195
Erase EOF
6DH
C4H = 196
Send - Make Only
58H
C5H = 197
KEY
Print Screen
* Example:
st
1 Configurable Prefix = 174
nd
2 Configurable Prefix = 065
Scanner will transmit <left ALT Make> “A” <Left ALT Break>
SECTION N
CUSTOM DEFAULTS
Metrologic manufactures several scanners for OEM applications. These scanners may
use a different set of defaults than the standard Metrologic factory defaults. Scanning
the following bar codes will restore the default factory settings.
Enable Factory Defaults
³
8
4
6
6
0
0
Scan this code followed by the “Recall
Defaults” code to enable and load
Metrologic factory defaults.
Recall Defaults
³
9
9
9
9
9
8
Miscellaneous Features
N
1
Miscellaneous Features
SECTION N
CUSTOM DEFAULTS
Ruby Verifone Defaults
³
2
N
RCH
8 4 6 6 1 2 8 0
³
8
4
6
6
1
0
Scan this code followed by
the “Recall Defaults” code to
enable and load Ruby
Verifone Defaults.
Scan this code followed by the
“Recall Defaults” code to
enable and load RCH Defaults.
Sanyo
Gilbarco
³
8
4
6
6
0
2
0
³
8
4
6
6
3
0
Scan this code followed by
the “Recall Defaults” code to
enable and load Sanyo
Defaults.
Scan this code followed by the
“Recall Defaults” code to
enable and load Gilbarco
Defaults.
ALT Defaults
MS6750 Defaults
³
8 4 6 6 0 0 4 0
Scan this code followed by
the “Recall Defaults” code to
enable and load ALT
Defaults.
³
8 4 6 6 0 0 8 0
Scan this code followed by the
“Recall Defaults” code to
enable and load MS6750
Defaults.
SECTION N
CUSTOM DEFAULTS
German Post Defaults
³
8 4 6 6 0 0 9 0
Scan this code followed by
the “Recall Defaults” code to
enable and load German
Post Defaults.
Custom Keyboard FR1
³
9
9
Custom Terminal FR1
³
9
9
7
0
0
1
Miscellaneous Features
N
3
7
0
0
0
Miscellaneous Features
SECTION N
4
N
SERIAL PROGRAM MODE
For Serial Program Mode, all commands must be framed by an STX (02 Hex) and ETX (03 Hex).
To recall defaults:
1.
Transmit <STX>999999<ETX> through the Serial Port. This will put the
scanner in serial program mode. Scanning will be suspended and the
scanner will respond with an
ACK (06 Hex).
2.
Transmit <STX>999998<ETX> through the Serial Port. This is the Recall
Default bar code in the MetroSelect guide.
The scanner will respond with an ACK (06 Hex).
3.
Transmit <STX>999999<ETX> through the Serial Port. This will cause
the scanner to exit program mode and save the new settings. The
scanner will beep 3 times and send an ACK (06 Hex).
If at anytime, the scanner cannot recognize a command, it will respond with a NAK (15 Hex).
SOFTWARE/SERIAL NUMBER
Software Number
³
9
9
9
9
Scanner Information
6
5
The scanner will transmit its
software revision.
³
9
9
9
9
2
8
This barcode will transmit the
“main” & “interface coprocessor”
software numbers as well as the
scanner’s serial number.
The data is output as barcode
(formatted) data
(ie. 15xxx/15xxx/9876543210,
where x represents any nonnumbered value).
SECTION O
DISABLE AUXILIARY PORT
* Disable AUX Port
³
4
3
7
3
0
0
AUX PORT AND SECONDARY DEVICE DATA FORMATS
The following section includes features that are not available with all Metrologic
scanner models. Please contact a customer service representative for
additional information and technical assistance.
When using a Metrologic device as a secondary:
Follow Step 1 to configure the auxiliary port to accept a Metrologic scanner as the
secondary scanner. Then follow Step 2 to configure the secondary scanner to match
the auxiliary port’s data format.
If the secondary scanner is not a Metrologic scanner go to page 3 and follow the
instructions under “When using a non-Metrologic RS-232 Device as a secondary”.
The auxiliary input port’s data format must match the main output format of the
secondary scanner.
Step 1: Scan the following bar code to enable the auxiliary port on the primary scanner.
AUX Port Data Format
³
4
3
7
3
3
0
Auxiliary Port Controls
O
1
Auxiliary Port Controls
2
O
SECTION O AUX PORT AND SECONDARY DEVICE DATA FORMATS
Step 2: Then scan the following bar codes, in order, to configure the secondary scanner.
2. Secondary Scanner Data
Format
1. Enable AUX Output
³
1
2
4
8
1
7
3. Enable Comm Timeouts
³
1
1
8
4
1
2
³
4
3
7
5
3
0
0
5
4. Turn OFF Auxiliary
Scanner’s Beeper
(Optional)
³
3
1
8
5
SECTION O AUX PORT AND SECONDARY DEVICE DATA FORMATS
The following section includes features that are not available with all Metrologic
scanner models. Please contact a customer service representative for
additional information and technical assistance.
When using a non-Metrologic RS-232 device as a secondary:
Scan the following bar code to enable the auxiliary port on the primary scanner.
AUX Port General RS-232 Format
³
4
3
7
3
1
0
The auxiliary input port’s data format must match the main output format of the
secondary device. The secondary device must be capable of RTS/CTS
handshaking and have a carriage return (ASCII 0DH) terminator on the data.
The default settings for the AUX Port General RS-232 Format are:
• 38400 baud
• 7 data bits
• 2 stop bits
• Space parity
Auxiliary Port Controls
O
3
Auxiliary Port Controls
SECTION O
O
4
ADDITIONAL AUXILIARY PORT DATA FORMATS
The auxiliary input port’s data format must match the main output format of the
secondary device.
Enable AUX Port with UPC
Supplemental Data Format
³
4
3
7
3
4
0
Enable AUX Port with Tech 7,
8 Data Format
³
4
3
7
3
6
0
Enable AUX Port
with Reserved 3 Data Format
³
4
3
7
3
7
0
Enable AUX Port with Code
Select Data Format
³
4
3
7
3
5
0
Enable AUX Port with
Reserved 2 Data Format
³
4
3
7
3
8
0
Enable AUX Port with
Reserved 1 Data Format
³
4
3
7
3
9
0
SECTION O
ADDITIONAL AUXILIARY PORT DATA FORMATS
Enable AUX Port with Stratos
Decode Data Format
³
4
3
7
3
2
0
Auxiliary Port Controls
O
5
Auxiliary Port Controls
SECTION O
AUXILIARY PORT BAUD RATES
AUX 115200 Baud Rate
³
4
3
7
0
1
0
AUX 38400 Baud Rate
³
4
3
7
0
8
4
3
7
0
6
AUX 57600 Baud Rate
0
³
4
3
7
0
9
0
AUX 19200 Baud Rate
0
AUX 14400 Baud Rate
³
6
O
³
4
3
7
0
7
0
AUX 9600 Baud Rate
0
³
4
3
7
0
5
0
SECTION O
AUXILIARY PORT BAUD RATES
AUX 4800 Baud Rate
³
4
3
7
0
4
AUX 2400 Baud Rate
0
AUX 1200 Baud Rate
³
4
3
7
0
2
³
4
3
7
0
4
3
7
0
0
0
AUX 600 Baud Rate
0
³
4
3
7
0
AUX 300 Baud Rate
³
3
0
Auxiliary Port Controls
O
7
1
0
Auxiliary Port Controls
SECTION O
8
O
AUXILIARY PORT PARITY
AUX No Parity
³
3
3
7
2
4
5
AUX Mark Parity
³
3
3
7
2
* AUX Space Parity
3
5
AUX Even Parity
³
3
3
7
2
³
3
3
7
2
1
5
2
0
5
AUX Odd Parity
2
5
³
3
3
7
SECTION O
AUXILIARY PORT STOP BITS/DATA BITS
AUX 1 Stop Bit
³
1
3
7
* AUX 2 Stop Bits
2
1
4
* AUX 7 Data Bits
³
1
3
7
2
³
1
3
7
2
0
4
1
3
AUX 8 Data Bits
0
3
³
Auxiliary Port Controls
1
3
O
7
2
9
Auxiliary Port Controls
SECTION O
AUXILIARY RTS/CTS AND MODE 7
* Enable AUX RTS/CTS
Handshaking
³
1
3
7
0
1
6
Message AUX RTS/CTS
³
1
3
7
0
0
5
Enable AUX Port Mode 7
³
4
3
7
3
10
O
7
0
Mode 7 enables reception
of prefix and suffix codes
when AUX port RTS/CTS
handshaking is disabled.
Disable AUX RTS/CTS
Handshaking
³
1
3
7
0
0
6
* Character AUX RTS/CTS
³
1
3
7
0
1
5
Disable AUX Port Mode 7
³
4
3
7
3
1
0
SECTION O
AUXILIARY D/E, F/L, AND M/O
Enable
AUX “D/E” Commands
³
1
3
7
1
1
* Disable
AUX “D/E” Commands
7
Enable AUX “F/L”
Commands
³
1
3
7
1
1
3
7
1
1
3
7
1
0
7
* Disable AUX “F/L”
Commands
1
6
Enable AUX
“M/O” Commands
³
³
³
1
3
7
1
0
6
* Disable AUX
“M/O” Commands
1
5
³
Auxiliary Port Controls
1
3
O
7
1
11
0
5
Auxiliary Port Controls
SECTION O
AUXILIARY XON/XOFF AND ACK/NAK
* Enable AUX XON/XOFF
Handshaking
³
1
3
7
1
1
4
* Enable AUX
ACK/NAK Commands
³
1
3
7
1
12
O
1
3
Disable AUX XON/XOFF
Handshaking
³
1
3
7
1
0
4
Disable AUX
ACK/NAK Commands
³
1
3
7
1
0
3
SECTION O
AUXILIARY CTS AND RTS POLARITY
* Normal
AUX CTS Polarity
³
1
3
7
3
0
Flip
AUX CTS Polarity
7
* Normal
AUX RTS Polarity
³
1
3
7
3
0
³
1
3
7
3
1
7
1
6
Flip
AUX RTS Polarity
6
³
1
3
7
3
AUXILIARY SAME SYMBOL TIMEOUT
* AUX has
Same Symbol Timeout
³
1
3
7
3
0
4
No AUX
Same Symbol Timeout
³
This feature skips the same
symbol timeout in the
master when the auxiliary
scanner scans (or repeats)
faster than the same symbol
timeout in the master
scanner.
1
3
7
3
1
4
Metrologic
recommends turning
off the auxiliary
scanner’s beep if the
AUX Same Symbol
Timeout feature is
disabled.
Auxiliary Port Controls
O
13
Auxiliary Port Controls
SECTION O
14
O
MAIN OUTPUT PORT AUXILIARY DATA FORMATS
When a scanner is used as a secondary scanner to another scanner’s auxiliary input, the
output data can be in one of the following formats.
Reserve Code 32
³
1
2
4
8
1
7
This is a quick method for
setting reserve Code 32 in
the secondary scanner
using HoloTrak Decode
Data Format.
This code should
not be used for the
MS6720.
* HoloTrak Decode Output
AUX Data Format
³
4
3
7
5
0
0
Stratos Decode Output
AUX Data Format
³
4
3
7
5
2
UPC Supplemental Output
AUX Data Format
³
4
3
7
5
4
0
Code Select Output
AUX Data Format
0
³
4
3
7
5
5
0
SECTION O
MAIN OUTPUT PORT AUXILIARY DATA FORMATS
TECH 7 & 8 Output AUX
Data Format
³
4
3
7
5
6
0
Reserved 2 Output
AUX Data Format
³
4
3
7
5
Reserved 1 Output AUX
Data Format
³
4
3
7
5
9
0
7
0
Reserved 3 Output
AUX Data Format
8
0
³
Auxiliary Port Controls
4
3
O
7
5
15
Auxiliary Port Controls
SECTION O
INTER-CHARACTER DELAYS
No AUX Port
Inter-Character Delays
³
8
3
7
6
0
* 1 msec AUX Port
Inter-Character Delay
0
³
10 msec AUX Port
Inter-Character Delay
³
8
3
7
6
16
O
1
8
3
7
6
1
25 msec AUX Port
Inter-Character Delay
0
~ Variable AUX Port
Inter-Character Delay
0
³
8
3
7
6
2
9
3
7
6
0
0
5
0
The Delay between characters being sent out of the auxiliary port
can be set in 1 millisecond increments by scanning the Variable
AUX Port Inter-character Delay barcode followed by a 3 character
sequence of code bytes that range from 001 to 255 milliseconds.
Refer to the Multi-Code Configuration Method on page x.
³
0
SECTION P
FULL SPEED USB
Enable Full Speed USB
³
4
1
5
5
1
2
Full Speed USB Defaults
4
³
9
9
9
9
7
1
Adds the ability to encode
scanner serial number in
NOVRAM.
Load Integrated
Full Speed USB Defaults
³
9
9
9
9
7
0
USB
P
1
USB
2
P
SECTION P
FULL SPEED USB
The following codes can be used if the Full Speed USB Default bar code has not been scanned.
Enable USB IBM ID
³
1
1
7
8
1
* Disable USB IBM ID
7
* Enhanced Code ID’s
³
1
1
7
8
0
4
RS232 of USB Out
³
1
1
7
8
³
1
1
7
8
0
7
* Legacy Code IDs
³
1
1
7
8
1
4
0
6
* Normal USB Out
1
6
³
1
1
7
8
SECTION P
FULL SPEED USB
The following codes can be used if the Full Speed USB Default bar code has not been scanned.
Scanner 4A00h Flatbed
³
Scanner 4B00h Handheld
3 1 6 4 0 0 1 0
³
3 1 6 4 0 0 3 0
4A00h/6E00h
Tabletop Scanner/Scale
³
3 1 6 4 0 0 4 0
USB
P
3
USB
SECTION P
LOW SPEED USB
Enable
Low Speed USB
³
4
1
5
5
4
P
Load Low Speed
External USB Defaults
1
1
4
³
9
9
9
9
7
8
Load Low Speed
Internal USB Defaults
³
9
9
9
9
4
1
The following codes only apply to scanners with internal Low-Speed USB interfaces and
specific software versions. Please contact a Metrologic representative for additional
information on the use and restrictions of these bar codes.
USB
Serial Emulation Mode
³
3
1
6
4
7
USB
Keyboard Emulation Mode
0
³
3
1
6
4
0
0
SECTION R
IS3480 / MS3580 / MS3780
The following bar codes are specific to the IS3480, MS3580 and the MS3780 unless otherwise
noted.
Button Modes
* Button Click Pattern
Switching Mode
³
1
2
3
8
0
Button Hold Pattern
Switching Mode
6
³
1
2
3
8
1
6
Button Click Delay
15 Second Time Out
³
4
2
3
8
3
10 Second Time Out
0
0
0
0
³
* 5 Second Time Out
³
4
2
3
8
1
IS3480 / MS3580 / MS3780
R
1
4
2
3
8
2
0
0
IS3480 / MS3580 / MS3780
SECTION R
R
2
IS3480 / MS3580 / MS3780
The following bar codes are specific to the IS3480, MS3580 and the MS3780 unless otherwise
noted.
Primary Scan Patterns
* Primary Omni
³
9
9
9
9
Secondary Scan Patterns
Secondary Omni
4
7
³
9
9
9
9
4
4
This bar code sets the
primary pattern to all scan
lines on for omnidirectional
reading.
This bar code sets the
secondary pattern to all scan
lines on for omnidirectional
reading.
Primary Raster
Secondary Raster
³
9
9
9
9
4
6
³
9
9
9
9
4
This bar code sets the
primary pattern to horizontal
raster.
This bar code sets the
secondary pattern to
horizontal raster.
Primary Single-Line
Secondary Single-Line
³
9
9
9
9
4
5
This bar code sets the
primary pattern to single-line
for menu reading.
³
9
9
9
9
4
3
2
This bar code sets the
secondary pattern to singleline for menu reading.
SECTION R
IS3480 / MS3580 / MS3780
The following bar codes are specific to the IS3480, MS3580 and the MS3780 unless otherwise
noted.
Sweet Spot Mode
Enable Sweet Spot Mode
The sweet spot mode is used to determine where the
maximum read rate point or “sweet spot” is located for a
specific bar code type. Refer to the IS3480 Installation and
User’s Guide (MLPN 00-02026) for a complete description of
the sweet spot mode.
³
9
9
8
0
4
8
This feature is not
available with the
MS3580 or the MS3780.
CodeGate® ( IS3480 / MS3580)
* Enable CodeGate
³
1
1
8
7
1
Disable CodeGate
3
³
1
1
8
7
0
3
This barcode is not for
use with the MS3780.
Please see page R5
for CodeGate options
specific to the MS3780.
Depth of Field
* Normal Depth of Field
³
1
1
8
7
0
Reduced Depth of Field
1
IS3480 / MS3580 / MS3780
³
R
3
1
1
8
7
1
1
IS3480 / MS3580 / MS3780
SECTION R
R
4
IS3480 / MS3580 / MS3780
The following bar codes are specific to the IS3480, MS3580 and the MS3780 unless otherwise
noted.
IR Activation
IR Activation
³
1
2
3
* Disable IR Activation
8
1
7
³
1
2
3
8
0
7
TTL RS232
The following bar codes are only valid for the TTL RS232 Quantum series (IS/MS3x80-102).
Enable TTL RS232
³
1
2
0
3
Disable TTL RS232
1
1
Invert TTL RxD and TxD
³
1
2
0
3
1
2
The TTL RxD and TxD pins
idle at 0V
³
1
2
0
3
0
1
Std. TTL RxD and TxD
³
1
2
0
3
0
2
The TTL RxD and TxD pins
idle at +5V
SECTION R
MS3780
The following bar codes are specific to the MS3780 unless otherwise noted.
CodeGate (MS3780)
* Enable CodeGate
Out-of-Stand,
Primary Pattern Active
³
1
2
0
4
0
Disable CodeGate
Out-of Stand,
Primary Pattern Active
2
³
* Enable CodeGate
Out-of-Stand,
Secondary Pattern Active
³
1
2
0
4
0
1
1
8
7
0
2
0
4
1
2
Disable CodeGate
Out-of Stand,
Secondary Pattern Active
1
³
* Enable CodeGate
In-Stand
³
1
1
2
0
4
1
1
1
7
Disable CodeGate
In-Stand
7
IS3480 / MS3580 / MS3780
³
R
5
1
1
8
7
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