Casio Cassiopeia IT-700 User`s guide

In-Hand Scan Card-Imager™
Demo Application
User’s Guide
Application Version 3.0
June 2003
Table of Contents
1.0
Introduction ....................................................................................... 3
2.0
Getting Started .................................................................................. 4
2.1
Launching the ISC-I Demo............................................................... 4
2.2
Suspend Mode................................................................................... 4
2.3
The Trigger Button ........................................................................... 4
3.0
ISC-I Demo Views............................................................................ 5
3.1
Capturing & Decoding Bar Code Data ............................................ 5
3.2
Capturing an Image........................................................................... 6
3.3
The Signature Capture Application .................................................. 7
3.4
Saving Captured Images ................................................................... 7
4.0
4.1
Additional Menu Bar Options .......................................................... 8
Imager Menu ..................................................................................... 8
Reset imager to Defaults............................................................. 8
Power Management .................................................................... 8
Image Capture............................................................................. 9
Image Transfer.......................................................................... 10
Save Image As Format/View ................................................... 10
Symbology Setup...................................................................... 11
Decode options ......................................................................... 11
Intelligent Imaging.................................................................... 12
4.2
Tools Menu ..................................................................................... 13
About ISC-Imager Demo ......................................................... 13
Firmware Revision.................................................................... 13
Flash New Firmware ................................................................ 13
Recycle Connection .................................................................. 13
Send Command......................................................................... 13
Save View As/Save image As.................................................. 13
Exit ............................................................................................ 13
5.0
Appendix A – Symbology Default Settings................................... 14
6.0
Appendix B – Sample Bar Codes................................................... 15
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1.0 Introduction
The purpose of the ISC-Imager Demo Application is to demonstrate basic barcode scanning and image
capture capabilities of the Socket In-Hand Scan Card-Imager (ISC-I). It also allows the user to configure the
decoder, image capture, and image transfer capabilities of the ISC-I. The Demo Application was not designed
to be a state-of-the-art image capture application and does not utilize the full configurability or feature set of
the engine. The intent of this application is to demonstrate simple image capture capabilities of the product
until support for the ISC-Imager in SocketScan and related SDK is completed.
Socket’s goal is to include more intuitive and complete image capture utilities in future versions of our
standard SocketScan software and the related Software Developer’s Kit (SDK). At that point, this Demo
Application will be eliminated.
The ISC-Imager Demo Application is automatically installed as part of the SocketScan installation process
and can be launched from the Programs page on your Pocket PC.
IMPORTANT: The ISC-Imager Demo Application cannot be run simultaneously with SocketScan. If you
intend to use SocketScan, be sure to close the ISC-Imager Demo Application with the Tools | Exit option
rather than the close ‘X’ in the upper right corner of the screen.
Disclaimer
Socket Communications reserves the right to make changes to the software features or functionality and the
information contained in this document without prior notice. If the functionality of the ISC-Imager differs
from that described in this User Guide, the user is encouraged to check the Socket Communications web site
for later versions of this guide. The user may also reach Socket Communications technical support by e-mail
at support@socketcom.com.
Socket Communications shall not be liable for technical or editorial errors or omissions contained herein:
nor the incidental or consequential damages resulting from the furnishing, performance or use of this
material.
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2.0 Getting Started
1. Install the software. The ISC-Imager Demo Application is automatically installed as part of the
SocketScan installation process. Please follow the installation instructions in the In-Hand Scan Card
User’s Guide located in the Documents section of the SocketScan Setup Center on the installation CD
included with this product. It is generally a good idea to soft reset your Pocket PC immediately after any
new software is installed.
2. Insert the ISC-Imager into the CompactFlash (CF) Card slot on your Pocket PC.
CAUTION: The ISC-Imager should fit easily but firmly into the CF Card slot – DO NOT use excessive force
when inserting any CF Card. Be sure to align the CF Card portion of the ISC-Imager correctly in the CF
Card slot. It is possible, though not common, to misalign a Type I CF Card in the Type II CF Card slot of
some Pocket PCs.
2.1
Launching the ISC-I Demo
To launch the program, tap: Start | Programs | Socket ISC-I Demo.
After several seconds, the program will appear, with a
screen confirming a connection and the Imager
firmware revision information.
Note: If the ISC-Imager is not properly inserted into the CF Card
slot, an “Error Seeking Com Port” message will appear:
The application menu bar contains three menu selections: Imager,
Tools, and Mode.
• Imager Menu — Allows the user to specify Image capture
and decode/display options
• Tools Menu — Includes information and action menu
items such as Firmware Revision, Flash New Firmware,
Recycle Connection (close, then re-open connection to
ISC-Imager), Save View or Image or fully Exit and close
the application.
• Mode Menu — Allows the user to switch between various
modes as well as clear the display.
2.2
Suspend Mode
If your PDA enters Suspend Mode while running the Socket ISC-I Demo, the CompactFlash I/O slot will lose
power, causing the application will lose its connection with the Imager. This condition is automatically
detected when the PDA comes out of suspend mode, and the application will automatically reconnect to the
engine. This process can take from 2 to 7 seconds. The application will report that it is reconnecting.
2.3
Trigger Button
The ISC-Imager Demo Application uses one of the PDA/PDT’s hardware buttons to simulate the trigger. The
trigger is usually the Up Arrow on the Navigation Wheel, except on the Casio Cassiopeia IT-700, which uses
the record button.
If you press the trigger when the application is in Text View, the imager aimers and LEDs will flash, and the
imager will attempt to capture and decode a bar code. This process will continue until the imager obtains a
successful decode, until you release the trigger, or until the imager times out.
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3.0 ISC-I Demo Views
The main display screen in the ISC-Imager Demo Application provides two view modes: Text View and
Image View. (See example above)
•
Text/Barcode Mode appears when the application starts. Text View displays scanned bar code data
and all text information in the Application. During startup, connection confirmation, Firmware and
Boot Code revisions and the Device ID are displayed on this screen.
•
Image Mode displays any images captured by the ISC-Imager. To change the view, tap Imager |
Image Capture | Photo Image or tap the Image (
•
) icon on the menu bar.
Preview Image Mode is best used for longer distance image capture where a preview allows better
framing of the subject. After using this mode, the Imager automatically switches to Image Mode to
display the image. The Preview Image Mode icon ( ) must be tapped to preview another image.
Clear Current View – Tap to clear whatever is currently displayed on the screen. If Image Mode is active, the
image on the screen is deleted unless it has been previously saved.
3.1
Capturing and Decoding Bar Code Data (Text View)
While in Text View, tap the bar code icon on the menu bar or press the assigned trigger and aim the
imager at a bar code. A green aiming line appears, and red LEDs flash to provide illumination of the
target. It may be useful to experiment by varying the distance from the bar code, as users sometimes
intuitively place the Imager too close to the target. To test this, scan the Code 128 bar code below.
The decoded information contained in the bar code displays
along with the Aim ID, Symbol ID, and the Symbol Mod.
To eliminate the technical information from this display, tap
Imager | Decode Options, and uncheck Display Symbol
Information.
Note: Symbol Mod represents the AIM modifier character.
Refer to the AIM International Technical Specification,
Symbology Identifiers, for AIM modifier character details.
For Text View, tap View | Text View.
To save the text information, tap Tools | Save Text As. The
file will be saved as a TXT file.
If you press the trigger and no bar code is in the imager’s
field of view, you will receive a “No Decode” message.
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3.2
Capturing an Image (Image View)
In Image View, there are two methods of capturing a Grayscale
VGA image with the ISC-Imager.
Image Mode is optimized to capture images at
short range. While in Image View, pressing the
trigger or tapping the camera icon on the menu bar
turns on the green aiming LEDs. A text prompt is
displayed notifying the user to trigger again to start capture.
The aiming LEDs remain on until a second trigger/icon tap or
until six (6) seconds elapse, whichever comes first. If a second
trigger is received within six seconds, the imager captures an
image and sends it to the host in the currently selected size and
format. The image appears on the host screen, rotated 90°
counterclockwise.
To save the image, tap Tools | Save Image As.
Preview Image Mode is best used for longer
distance image capture where a preview allows
better framing of the subject. However, this mode
takes longer to preview and capture the image. When this icon
is tapped, the imager continuously captures and displays
213x160 pixel images on the display until the user taps this soft
button a second time.
The application then retrieves the next captured image using
the current size and compression settings (See section on
Image Transfer on Page 10) and displays it on the host screen.
The images captured by the imager have an aspect ratio of 4:3
while the display of most (if not all) Pocket PC PDA/PDT’s is
3:4. The application default (Normal View) is to display the
captured image rotated counterclockwise 90° so that the
maximum amount of the image is displayed. The user may
choose to display the image right side up. However, when
Upright View is enabled, the image received will also be
cropped to fit the display, and the left and right edges of the
image are lost.
Note: After using Preview Mode to capture an image, the ISC-Imager automatically switches to Camera
Mode. Tap the Preview Mode icon to capture another image.
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3.3
The Signature Capture Mode
Tap the Signature Capture icon on the menu bar and aim the unit
at the Code 39 bar code on the Signature Capture sample located
on page 2 of Appendix B. Based on the location of the bar code,
the software then transmits the area of the image that contains the
signature block.
The Signature Capture option allows you to capture both bar code
data and a signature with the single press of a button. This
method reduces transfer time and file size while making signature
capture easy. First the bar code data is decoded and sent to the
host; then the host sends a command for the image to be captured
and transmitted.
This Signature Capture demonstration uses Intelligent Imaging
Technology from HHP. Please refer to Page 12 of this User
Guide for the Intelligent Imaging setup instructions.
3.4
Saving Captured Images
Images can be saved in any of three file formats: Bitmap
Grayscale (bmp), JPEG Grayscale (jpg) or TIFF Grayscale (tif).
However, the file format to be used must be specified before the
image is captured. Please see Page 10 for detailed instructions.
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4.0 Additional Menu Bar Options
Besides the View Menu, explained previously, the menu bar contains two additional menu selections. The
Imager Menu includes setup items that allow you to specify bar code decode/display options and image
capture display options. The Tools Menu contains action menu items, such as Firmware Revision, Flash New
Firmware, Low Power Idle, Recycle Connection, Send Command, and Save As Command.
Note: If you change an option in one of the dialog boxes, tap Apply and then tap OK in the upper, right hand
corner. If you change an option and tap OK without selecting Apply, a dialog asks if you want to save your
changes.
4.1
Imager Menu
Reset Imager to Defaults
When this menu item is selected, the imager configuration is reset
to the default values stored in the engine firmware. This option
resets imaging, decoding, and power conservation options.
Power Management
Selecting this menu item causes the Power Management dialog to
be activated. This dialog allows you to specify the idle power usage
mode and/or modify some operating parameters for imaging. In
addition, CPU and system clock rates can be altered. Altering these
items can reduce power consumption.
IMPORTANT!
The Power Management settings above should not be changed
except by advanced users with a complete knowledge of the result
or under the direction of Socket Technical Support.
Power Mode: Power consumption
Always
On
Sleep
Mode
Power
Off
CPU & clock running
CPU off, clock running.
Wakes to run state in
CPU & clock off. Wakes
to run state in 2-4
75
m
40
m
7
m
Timeout: Designates the time the system must be idle before entering the Sleep Mode. The valid range
is 2 – 300 seconds.
Imaging: Indicates the low power imaging and LED intensity during captures.
Low Power
The device does no other work during image capture.
LED Light
%
LED intensity during image and bar code capture as a percentage of maximum.
Affects both illumination and aiming LEDs. The valid range is 0 – 100.
Clock Speed – Indicate the ISC-Imager CPU and system clock speeds. Note: The CPU clock speed must
always be greater than the system clock speed.
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Image Capture
The Image Capture dialog box allows the user to select the
Capture Mode (Photo Image, Barcode Image or Manual) as
well as the use of illumination and aiming lights. Photo
Image and Barcode Image both use automatic focus and
exposure controls to optimize results.
Capture Mode: Barcode Image (darker image with less
noise), Photo Image (brighter image with longer capture
times) or manual exposure. If either Photo Image (Default)
or Manual Exposure mode is selected, the user can specify
how the lights and aimers behave during capture. Also, in
Manual Exposure mode, the user can override the automatic
exposure system and specify the capture exposure time, gain
factor and frame rate.
Lights Mode: If illumination LED’s are used, the user can
choose to have them come on only when a frame is being
captured or to be on continuously until capture is completed.
The four illumination LED’s consume much more power than any other component and should be used
sparingly to conserve battery life. Also, illumination LED’s are only effective when the subject is within
30 inches of the Imager.
Aimer Mode: If aimer LED’s are used, the user can choose to have them come on only between the
times frames are being captured or to be on continuously until capture completes. The two aimer LED’s
also consume a lot of power and should be used sparingly to conserve battery life.
Manual Exposure Settings
Exposure: Exposure setting in milliseconds (Range is 1 to 255. Default is 200). This setting is applied
dynamically over the frame rate to define how long a given image is exposed. Exposure time implies the
amount of time a given frame is exposed to light and therefore increasing this value increases the
brightness of the image. The negative impact of increasing exposure is that it increases the effect of blur
on the image.
Gain: Gain factor (Range is 1 to 4. Default is 1). Changing gain has the affect of 'boosting' pixel values
and giving perhaps a brighter image. The trade-off is that gain is applied generically over the image, so
that it arbitrarily increases noise as well as valid image data, so increasing gain usually decreases the
clarity of image.
Frame Rate: Number of frames per second (Range is 1 to 30. Default is 30). Frame rate applies to the
frame timing of the imager. Changing frame rate has an effect similar (both positive and negative) to
changing exposure. The benefit of being able to change both is that exposure is limited to the frame rate,
so reducing the frame rate allows you to increase amount of light captured in an image. As an example,
changing of frame rate allows Photo Image mode to get bright images at 100 ft in ambient lighting while
the Barcode Image mode gets needed darker images at 12 inches with illumination on.
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Image Transfer
The Image Transfer dialog box contains settings for the image
data being transferred from the HHP imager engine to the ISCImager Demo Application and allows the user to select the
image window size, the pixel sub-sample value and the transfer
compression type.
Image Window: The upper left and lower right X and Y
coordinates define the size of the image to transmit (before
sub-sampling). Default is VGA – 640 by 480 pixels.
Histograph Stretching: When Histo Stretch is enabled,
the image contrast is enhanced (histogram stretch and
median value shift).
Pixel Subsample: Image data within the image window
can be sub-sampled. Valid sub-sample range is 1 (no subsample) to 10. Default is 1.
Transfer Compression: An image can be transferred
uncompressed, losslessly compressed (Adaptive Huffman Encoding) or with JPEG lossy compression.
If the Transfer Compression is set to JPEG Lossy, the JPEG Quality spin control becomes active. It
allows you to set the level of JPEG compression in terms of the "quality" (resultant degradation) of the
image. A quality value of 100 means a virtually lossless transfer, but provides only 2:1 compression
while a value of 1 results in a poor image with compression ratios of up to 100:1.
Save Image As Format/View
The Save Image As Format/View menu includes two Image Format dialog boxes. The View Orientation
box allows the user to specify the Normal View (Default) or an Upright View. The images captured by the
imager have an aspect ratio of 4:3 while the display of most (if not all) Pocket PC PDA/PDT’s is 3:4. The
application default (Normal View) is to display the captured image rotated counterclockwise 90° so that the
maximum amount of the image is displayed. The user may choose to display the image right side up.
However, when Upright View is enabled, the image received will also be cropped to fit the display, and the
left and right edges of the image are lost.
The Image Save As Format box allows the user to select what file format a captured image is saved in. If the
Raw Grayscale image format is selected, the image cannot be saved. The three save formats are: Bitmap
Grayscale (bmp), JPEG Grayscale (jpg) or TIFF Grayscale (tif). If the JPEG Grayscale format is selected, the
user may also specify an image quality factor. The Image Save As Format maintains a selected setting until
changed by the user.
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Symbology Setup
The Symbology Setup dialog box consists of a symbology
drop down list plus four buttons. The four buttons work as
follows:
Default Symbol: Sets options/parameters for the
indicated symbology to internal defaults.
Default All Symbologies: Sets options & parameters for
all symbologies to internal defaults.
Enable All Symbologies: Enables all symbologies but
does not change other symbol options or parameters.
Disable All Symbologies: Disables all symbologies
without affecting other symbol options.
Selecting a symbology in the drop list will display the
options/parameters setup screen for the selected symbology.
Only the configuration items appropriate for the selected
symbology are displayed. See Appendix A for the default
symbology and parameter settings for the ISC-Imager
Decode Options
Decode Options
No Read Timeout: The length of time the Imager will
attempt to scan before giving up. Default is 6,000
milliseconds (ms).
Multiple Symbol Mode Enable: Enables multiple
symbol (“Shotgun”) decoding. Normally the Imager will
stop attempting to decode when a bar code symbol is
decoded. In Multiple Symbol mode the Imager will not
stop until the trigger is released or the no decode timeout
occurs. Also, the Imager will not read the same barcode
again unless the trigger is released and re-started. This
mode allows the user to scan several bar codes in
succession without re-triggering after each decode (i.e.: a
list of serial numbers).
Use Aimers During Decoding: Turns aimer LED’s on
or off during the decode process when Image capture
Mode is set to Barcode Image.
Center Decode Enable: The user can adjust the size of the scanning area by defining the height and
width (in pixels) of a Center Window. The target bar code must be inside the Center Window before the
Imager will decode it. This feature is important if the user needs to scan a specific bar code in an area
filled with many bar codes, such as a data entry template.
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Display Options
Display Symbol Information: Enables/Disables display of decoded symbol information that includes
the AIM id, extended ID & symbol modifier.
Display No Decode Message: Enables/Disables display of message “No Decode” if no barcode symbol
is decoded by timeout.
Intelligent Imaging Explained
Intelligent Imaging is a method to automatically send an image or part of an image related to a bar code to a
host application. This method is reduces transfer time and file size while making the image capture easy.
An example of a signature capture application using Intelligent Imaging is located on page 7 of this Guide.
In this example, the operator reads the bar code, which is then transmitted to the host application. Upon the
receipt of the bar code data, the host application sends a command that tells the scanner to output only the
area of the image corresponding to the signature capture box. The scanner also automatically adjusts for
aspect ratio and distortion issues that arise due to scanner skew with respect to the bar code.
An important aspect of the Intelligent Imaging functionality is that all dimensions used in the application
are measured as multiples of the minimum element size of the bar code (the ‘X’ dimension). Using this
method, the Signature Capture application always outputs the correct image size and resolution no matter
the distance at which the scanner is held from the bar code, assuming that the entire signature capture area
is within the scanner’s field of view.
Intelligent Imaging Setup
Displays the settings for Intelligent Imaging applications.
Default settings are for the Signature Capture demo included in
this ISC-Imager Demo Application and described on page 7 of
this Guide.
• Barcode Aspect Ratio: Ratio of the minimum bar code
bar width vs. the height of the bar code.
• Horizontal (X) Offset: Offset from the bar code center
to the Intelligent Image window center in the X
direction, measured in minimum bar code bar widths.
• Vertical (Y) Offset: Offset from the bar code center to
the Intelligent Image window center in the Y direction,
measured in minimum bar code bar widths.
• Capture Area Width: Width of the requested image
window measured in minimum bar code bar widths.
• Capture Area Height: Height of the requested image
window measured in minimum bar code bar widths.
• Binary Image (Black and White): If set, this option causes the image to be transferred and displayed
in black and white instead of the standard grayscale.
• Code 39 Demo Page Settings: This option sets the above parameters to fit the Code 39 bar code
Signature Capture example found on the Sample Bar Code Pages in Appendix B.
• Aztec Demo Page Settings: This option sets the above parameters to fit the Aztec bar code
Signature Capture example found on the Sample Bar Code Pages in Appendix B.
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4.2
Tools Menu
The Tools Menu contains items that provide version
information, affect imager functions and allow the user to
save images.
About ISC-Imager Demo
Selecting this menu item displays the current application
version number and Socket copyright.
Firmware Revision
When this item is selected, the current firmware version is
displayed in the text window.
Flash New Firmware
This item allows new engine firmware to be installed into
the imager. When this item is selected, the user is
prompted to select the firmware file. The file, which must
have the extension “.axf”, must reside on the PDA. The
firmware file can be copied to the PDA using Microsoft
Explorer as long as the PDA is linked to the PC via
Microsoft’s ActiveSync. The default search location is the
My Documents folder.
Once the user selects a file, the file is transferred to the engine. The engine then writes the new firmware
into flash memory and re-initializes. The flashing of the firmware and subsequent restart takes
approximately 20 seconds. The application insures that the unit will not enter suspend mode during that
time. However, It is very important that the PDA remain awake during this time. Failure to do so may
cause the ISC-Imager to become unusable.
Recycle Connection
Causes the application to disconnect, and then reconnect to the imager. This may be useful in case the
Imager is removed or inserted or if the PDA goes into Suspend Mode while the Demo Application is active.
Send Command
This feature is only to be used as directed by Socket Technical Support.
Save View As/Save Image As
The ISC-Imager Demo Application has the ability to save either the text contents in the Text View window
or an image in the Image View window. Which view is saved when this item is selected depends on which
view is active. The user is presented with a “save file” dialog where the user is asked to select the name of
the file to save into. The file extension matches the current active view, such as .txt for Text View. The
file extension of an image saved this way depends on the format selected (.bmp, .tif or .jpg) in the “Image
Save As Format” option of the Imager menu. Images captured in the Raw Grayscale format cannot be
saved.
Exit
This option closes the ISC-I Demo Application completely. Tapping the X in the upper right corner of the
screen only puts the application into background mode.
NOTE: The ISC-I Demo Application and SocketScan keyboard emulation software cannot be open
simultaneously. If you intend to use SocketScan after this Demo Application, you must close this
application with the Exit option.
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5.0 Appendix A: ISC-Imager Symbology Default Settings
Symbology
Min
Enabled Length
Max
Length
Chk Digit Chk Digit
Enabled Transfer
Linear/Stacked Codes
Codabar*
Yes
Code 11*
No
Code 128*
Yes
Code 39*
Yes
Code 49*
No
Code 93*
No
EAN-8*
No
EAN-13*
Yes
Interleaved 2of5*
Yes
IATA 2 of 5*
No
ISBT 128*
No
MSI/Plessey*
No
TL Code 39*
No
UPC-A*
Yes
UPC-E0*
No
UPC-E1*
No
2
4
1
2
1
1
6
4
4
-
60
80
80
48
81
80
80
80
48
-
N
Y
N
N
-
N
N
N
N
N
N
2D/Matrix Codes
Aztec
Aztec Mesa
Codablock
Composite
Datamatrix
Maxicode
Micro PDF*
PDF417*
QR Code
RSS*
No
No
No
No
No
No
Yes
Yes
No
No
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
3750
2048
120
1500
150
2750
2750
3500
80
-
-
Postal Codes
Australian Post
British Postal
Canadian Postal
Dutch Postal
JAPOST
Planet
US Postnet
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
*Symbologies included in ISC-Imager Basic Decode Configuration
Other Options
Append Mode-N, Full ASCII-Y
2 or 5-digit Addenda - Disabled
2 or 5-digit Addenda - Disabled
2 or 5-digit Addenda - Disabled
2 or 5-digit Addenda - Disabled
2 or 5-digit Addenda - Disabled
Aztec Rune - Disabled
UPC Composite - Disabled
RSE, RSL - Enabled
6.0 Appendix B: Sample Bar Codes
Linear, RSS, and Composite
Code 3/9 (10 mil)
A
Interleaved 2/5 (20 mil)
1 2 3 A B C
5 5 6 7 8 9 0 1 2 3
Code 3/9 (13 mil)
Code 128 (13 mil)
B
C
D
1
2
3
4
UPC A 100%
12345 67890
0
UPC E0 100%
A B C D 1 2 3 4
Codabar (13 mil)
EAN/UCC 128
A 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 B
0012789521789
RSS-14
EAN-UCC Composite
0
012345 7
EAN 13 100%
9 783456 789019
UPC A 80%
0
12345 67895
0120012345678909
Matrix 2/5
MSI Plessey
Code 93
ISBT
IATA 2/5
067422792
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2D and stacked codes
PDF417
(15 mil /4:1, 20 chars)
Data Matrix
(20 mil, 40 chars)
Aztec
(20 mil, 29 chars)
QR Code
(30 chars)
Aztec
(70 chars)
Maxi Code
(79 chars)
Postal Codes
US Postnet
BPO 4 State
Australian Postal
Dutch Postal
Japan Postal
OCR-A (8 numeric characters)
12345678
ABCDEFGH
Code 39 Signature Capture Sample
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Phone: (510) 744-2700
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Other than the above, Socket Communications can assume no responsibility for anything resulting from
the application of information contained in this manual.
Socket Communications requests that you refrain from any applications of the In-Hand Scan Card that are
not described in this manual. Socket Communications also requests that you refrain from disassembling
the CompactFlash Card. Disassembly of this device will void the product warranty.
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