HP Imaging Barcode Scanner
User Guide
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Second Edition (May 2011)
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About This Guide
This guide provides information on setting up and using the HP Imaging Barcode Scanner.
WARNING! Text set off in this manner indicates that failure to follow directions could result in bodily
harm or loss of life.
CAUTION: Text set off in this manner indicates that failure to follow directions could result in
damage to equipment or loss of information.
NOTE:
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Text set off in this manner provides important supplemental information.
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Table of contents
1 Quick Setup ..................................................................................................................................................... 1
OPOS Driver ........................................................................................................................................ 1
Carriage Return .................................................................................................................................... 2
Tab ....................................................................................................................................................... 3
Volume ................................................................................................................................................. 4
2 Product Features ............................................................................................................................................ 6
HP Imaging Barcode Scanner .............................................................................................................. 6
3 Safety and Maintenance ................................................................................................................................. 7
Ergonomic Recommendations ............................................................................................................. 7
4 Setting Up and Using the Scanner ................................................................................................................ 8
Connect/Disconnect Cable to Scanner ................................................................................................ 8
Using the Scanner ................................................................................................................................ 9
Configuring the Interface ..................................................................................................... 9
USB-COM ......................................................................................................... 10
Keyboard Interface ............................................................................................ 10
Scancode Tables .............................................................................................. 10
Country Mode .................................................................................................... 11
Installing the Stand ............................................................................................................................. 11
Use .................................................................................................................................... 12
Assembling the Stand ........................................................................................................ 13
Installation .......................................................................................................................... 13
Scanning Modes ................................................................................................................................. 14
Enable Stand Mode ........................................................................................................... 14
Enable Trigger Mode ......................................................................................................... 14
5 Programming the Scanner ........................................................................................................................... 15
Using Programming Bar Codes .......................................................................................................... 15
Configure Other Settings .................................................................................................................... 15
Resetting Standard Product Defaults ................................................................................................. 15
Reading Parameters .......................................................................................................................... 16
Aiming System ................................................................................................................... 16
Good Read Green Spot Duration ...................................................................................... 16
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6 Operating Modes ........................................................................................................................................... 17
Scan Mode ......................................................................................................................................... 17
Multiple Label Reading ....................................................................................................................... 18
Stand Operation ................................................................................................................................. 18
Appendix A Troubleshooting .......................................................................................................................... 20
Solving Common Problems ................................................................................................................ 20
Online Technical Support ................................................................................................................... 20
Preparing to Call Technical Support ................................................................................................... 21
Appendix B Technical Specifications ............................................................................................................ 22
LED and Beeper Indications ............................................................................................................... 25
Error Codes ........................................................................................................................................ 26
Appendix C Agency Regulatory Notices ....................................................................................................... 27
Federal Communications Commission Notice ................................................................................... 27
Modifications ...................................................................................................................... 27
Cables ................................................................................................................................ 27
Declaration of Conformity for Products Marked with the FCC Logo (United States Only) ................. 27
Canadian Notice ................................................................................................................................. 28
Avis Canadien .................................................................................................................................... 28
European Union Regulatory Notice .................................................................................................... 28
Japanese Notice ................................................................................................................................. 29
Korean Notice ..................................................................................................................................... 29
Product Environmental Notices .......................................................................................................... 29
Materials Disposal ............................................................................................................. 29
Disposal of Waste Equipment by Users in Private Household in the European Union ..... 29
HP Recycling Program ...................................................................................................... 29
Chemical Substances ........................................................................................................ 30
Restriction of Hazardous Substances (RoHS) ................................................................... 30
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Quick Setup
Use the bar codes in this chapter to perform quick setup procedures for common tasks. Scan the
following bar code to set the scanner back to the factory defaults.
Figure 1-1 Set All Defaults
NOTE:
Scanning the “Set All Defaults” bar code does not change the interface type.
Scan the following bar code (USB HID Keyboard Emulation) in order to put the HP Imaging Barcode
Scanner into the default mode of the scanner.
Figure 1-2 USB HID Keyboard Emulation
When the scanner is changed between HID and USB-COM mode, allow the Windows operating
system a little time to reload the native drivers for the scanner.
OPOS Driver
The HP Imaging Barcode Scanner by default is shipped in the human interface device (HID)
keyboard emulation mode. In order to use the barcode scanner with OLE for Retail POS (OPOS)
drivers the scanner must be put into USB COM (OPOS) mode.
For your convenience the bar code to put the HP Imaging Barcode Scanner into USB COM (OPOS)
mode or into HID keyboard emulation are located in this document. Refer to the HP Imaging Barcode
Scanner Product Reference Guide for complete list of barcodes. The document can be found on the
HP Point of Sale System Software and Documentation CD that comes with the scanner or the softpaq
that is located on the HP support web site.
Scan the following bar code (USB COM OPOS) in order to put the HP Imaging Barcode Scanner into
the mode to be used with the OPOS drivers.
Figure 1-3 USB COM (OPOS)
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OPOS Driver
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Carriage Return
Scan the following bar code to set the scanner back to the factory defaults.
Figure 1-4 Set All Defaults
NOTE:
Scanning the “Set All Defaults” bar code does not change the interface type.
If a carriage return is required after each scanned bar code, scan the following bar codes in order:
Figure 1-5 Enter Programming Mode
Figure 1-6 Set Global Suffix
Figure 1-7 0
Figure 1-8 D
Figure 1-9 Exit Global Suffix Mode
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Figure 1-10 Exit Programming Mode
Tab
Scan the following bar code to set the scanner back to the factory defaults.
Figure 1-11 Set All Defaults
NOTE:
Scanning the “Set All Defaults” bar code does not change the interface type.
If a tab is required after each scanned bar code, scan the following bar codes in order:
Figure 1-12 Enter Programming Mode
Figure 1-13 Set Global Suffix
Figure 1-14 0
Figure 1-15 9
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Figure 1-16 Exit Global Suffix Mode
Figure 1-17 Exit Programming Mode
Volume
Scan the following bar code to set the scanner back to the factory defaults.
Figure 1-18 Set All Defaults
Scan the following barcode to set the volume of the good read beep on the HP Imaging Scanner:
Figure 1-19 Enter Programming Mode
Scan one of the four barcodes to set the volume to the desired setting:
Figure 1-20 Off
Figure 1-21 Low
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Figure 1-22 Medium
Figure 1-23 High
Scan the following barcode to exit the programming mode.
Figure 1-24 Exit Programming Mode
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Volume
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Product Features
HP Imaging Barcode Scanner
With rich feature sets and extensive model options, the HP Imaging Barcode Scanner represents the
premium level of data collection equipment for general purpose applications. The HP scanner has
enhanced optics with improved motion tolerance, allowing codes placed on fast-moving objects to be
easily and quickly captured, creating the ideal scanner for tasks requiring high throughput like those
found in retail and light industrial environments. The scanner includes the following features:
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Omni-Directional Operation: To read a symbol or capture an image, simply aim the scanner
and pull the trigger. The HP Imaging Barcode Scanner is a powerful omni-directional scanner, so
the orientation of the symbol is not important.
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Intuitive Aiming System: The “Green Spot” for good-read feedback helps to improve
productivity in noisy environments or in situations where silence is required. When using the
product with the cradle at a 45° position, the aiming pattern can work as an aiming system to aid
in positioning the bar code for quick and intuitive reading.
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1D and 2D Symbol Decoding: Reliably decodes all standard 1D (linear) and 2D bar codes,
including:
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GS1 DataBar™ linear codes
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Postal Codes (China Post)
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Stacked Codes (such as GS1 DataBar Expanded Stacked, GS1 DataBar Stacked, GS1
DataBar, Stacked Omnidirectional)
The data stream — acquired from decoding a symbol — is rapidly sent to the host. The scanner
is immediately available to read another symbol.
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Imaging: The scanner can also function as a camera by capturing entire images or image
portions of labels, signatures, and other items.
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Mobile Phone Scanning: The scanner is designed with enhanced motion tolerance and
technology to optimize contrast levels. These features allow quick reading of barcodes off of
mobile phones and PDAs.
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Handheld or Presentation Mode Operation: The scanner includes a stand that can be used
for convenient storage or to allow the scanner to be used in presentation / hands-free mode.
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Safety and Maintenance
Ergonomic Recommendations
WARNING! In order to avoid or minimize the potential risk of ergonomic injury follow the
recommendations below. Consult with your local Health & Safety Manager to ensure that you are
adhering to your company’s safety programs to prevent employee injury.
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Reduce or eliminate repetitive motion
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Maintain a natural position
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Reduce or eliminate excessive force
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Keep objects that are used frequently within easy reach
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Perform tasks at correct heights
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Reduce or eliminate vibration
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Reduce or eliminate direct pressure
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Provide adjustable workstations
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Provide adequate clearance
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Provide a suitable working environment
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Improve work procedures
CAUTION: The chemicals contained in Hepicide bacterial cleaners that are used in the retail market
to reduce the risk and spread of bacterial disease from contaminated scanner surfaces may affect
plastic structural properties and result in permanent failure of plastics under pressure.
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Setting Up and Using the Scanner
Follow the steps below to connect and get the scanner up and communicating with its host.
1.
Connect the Cable to the scanner and the Host.
2.
Configure the Interface (refer to Configuring the Interface on page 9).
3.
Configure the scanner as described in Programming the Scanner on page 15 (optional,
depends on settings needed).
Connect/Disconnect Cable to Scanner
Figure 4-1 Connecting to the Scanner
Figure 4-2 Connecting to the Host
Host Connection: The scanner plugs directly into the host device as shown above.
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Using the Scanner
The scanner normally functions by capturing and decoding codes. It is equipped with an internal
motion-sensing function that activates the aiming system on device motion. The intelligent aiming
system indicates the field of view that should be positioned over the bar code:
Figure 4-3 Aiming System
Figure 4-4 Relative Size and Location of Aiming System Pattern
A red beam illuminates the label. The field of view indicated by the aiming system will be smaller
when the scanner is closer to the bar code and larger when it is farther from the code. Symbologies
with smaller bars or elements (mil size) should be read closer to the unit. Symbologies with larger
bars or elements (mil size) should be read farther from the unit.
If the aiming system is centered and the entire bar code is within the aiming field, you will get a good
read. Successful reading is signaled by an audible tone plus a good-read green spot LED indicator.
Refer to the HP Imaging Barcode Scanner Product Reference Guide (PRG) for more information
about this feature and other programmable settings.
Configuring the Interface
The scanner supports USB as a host interface. Programming options and information are provided in
Configuring the Interface on page 9. Upon completing the physical connection between the scanner
and its host, select the desired Interface option by scanning the appropriate bar code to select your
system’s interface type.
If you want to customize additional settings and features associated with that interface, proceed to the
corresponding chapter in the HP Imaging Barcode Scanner PRG.
NOTE: Unlike some other programming features and options, interface selections require that you
scan only one programming bar code label. DO NOT scan an ENTER/EXIT barcode prior to scanning
an interface selection bar code. Some interfaces require the scanner to start in the disabled state
when powered up. If additional scanner configuration is desired while in this state, pull the trigger and
hold for 5 seconds. The scanner will change to a state that allows programming with bar codes.
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USB-COM
USB Com to simulate RS-232 standard interface
Figure 4-5 Select USB-COM-STD
NOTE:
Install the correct USB Com driver from the CD included with your product.
Keyboard Interface
Select options for USB Keyboard Interfaces.
USB Keyboard with alternate key encoding
Figure 4-6 Select USB Alternate Keyboard
USB Keyboard with standard key encoding
Figure 4-7 Select USB Keyboard
Scancode Tables
See the HP Imaging Barcode Scanner Product Reference Guide (PRG) for information about control
character emulation which applies to keyboard interfaces.
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Country Mode
This feature specifies the country/language supported by the keyboard. The following languages are
supported:
U.S. English
Norwegian
Korean
UK English
Spanish
Russian
Belgian
Swedish
Hebrew
Danish
Traditional Chinese
Arabic
French
Thai
Greek
French Canadian
Portuguese (EU)
Hungarian
German
Brazilian Portuguese
Slovakian
Italian
Japanese
See the HP Imaging Barcode Scanner Product Reference Guide (PRG) for information and
programming bar codes for this feature.
Installing the Stand
The stand for the HP Imaging Barcode Scanner is an operator-friendly device, ensuring a sure grip of
the scanner when auto-sense scanning is required.
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Installing the Stand
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Use
Insert the scanner into the stand as shown below in Figure 4-8 (Figure 1). Adjust the scanner to the
desired position for reading bar codes by bending the flexible tubing.
Figure 4-8 Adjusting the Scanner
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Assembling the Stand
To assemble the components of the stand, refer to the Figure 4-9 (Figure 2) below.
Figure 4-9 Stand Assembly
1.
Place the metal Base Plate (2) and the Base Cover (3) together with the countersink in the Base
Plate facing out.
2.
Place one of the flat-head machine screws (1) through the Base Plate (2) and Cover (3).
3.
Screw the Flex Tube (4) to the Base Plate (2) and Cover (3) making sure the notch in the Flex
Tube (4) aligns with the ribs in the Base Cover (3) as shown in Figure 4-9 (Figure 3). Tighten
firmly.
4.
Place the Flex Tube Cover (5) over the Flex Tube (4).
5.
Screw the Cup (6) to the Flex Tube using the second flat-head machine screw (1) making sure
the notch in the Flex Tube (4) aligns with the ribs in the Cup (6) as shown in Figure 4-9 (Figure
4). Tighten firmly.
6.
Select the appropriate bar code label [Laser or Imager (8)], peel off the backing and affix to the
recess in the Base Cover (3).
Installation
Attachment with screws:
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Make sure that the stand is properly assembled.
2.
Fix the base of the stand to the desired surface with the three screws provided (7).
3.
Adjust as needed.
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Freestanding:
1.
Peel the three rubber pads (9) off the backing sheet and affix them to the recesses in the bottom
side of the Base Cover.
2.
Place the stand on any flat surface and adjust as needed.
Scanning Modes
Enable Stand Mode
Enable Stand Mode programs the imager to operate in stand mode, where the scanner automatically
senses and reads labels with no trigger pull required.
Enable Trigger Mode
Enable Trigger Mode programs the imager to operate in triggered mode, where the trigger needs to
be pulled to initiate the reading of a label.
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Programming the Scanner
The scanner is factory-configured with a set of standard default features. After scanning the interface
bar code from the Interfaces section, select other options and customize the scanner through use of
the programming bar codes available in the HP Imaging Barcode Scanner Product Reference Guide
(PRG). Check the corresponding features section for your interface, and also the Data Editing and
Symbologies chapters of the PRG.
Using Programming Bar Codes
This guide contains bar codes that allow you to reconfigure the scanner. Some programming bar
code labels, like the "Standard Product Default Settings" in this chapter, require only the scan of that
single label to enact the change.
Other bar codes require the scanner to be placed in Programming Mode prior to scanning them. Scan
an ENTER/EXIT bar code once to enter Programming Mode; scan the desired parameter settings;
scan the ENTER/EXIT bar code again to accept your changes, which exits Programming Mode and
returns the scanner to normal operation.
Configure Other Settings
Additional programming bar codes are available in the PRG to allow for customizing programming
features. If your installation requires different programming than the standard factory default settings,
refer to the PRG.
Resetting Standard Product Defaults
Reference the PRG for a listing of standard factory settings. If you aren’t sure what programming
options are in the scanner, or you’ve changed some options and want the factory settings restored,
scan the Standard Product Default Settings bar code below to copy the factory configuration for the
currently active interface to the current configuration.
NOTE: Factory defaults are based on the interface type. Configure the scanner for the correct
interface before scanning this label.
Figure 5-1 Standard Product Default Settings
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Reading Parameters
Move the scanner toward the target and center the aiming pattern and illumination system to capture
and decode the image. See Using the Scanner on page 9 for more information.
The aiming system will briefly switch off after the acquisition time, and if no code is decoded will
switch on again before the next acquisition. The illuminator will remain on until the symbol is decoded.
As you read code symbols, adjust the distance at which you are holding the scanner.
Aiming System
A number of options for customizing control of the Aiming System are available. See the HP Imaging
Barcode Scanner Product Reference Guide (PRG) for more information and programming bar codes.
Good Read Green Spot Duration
Successful reading can be signaled by a good read green spot.
Use the bar codes that follow to specify the duration of the good read pointer beam after a good read.
Figure 5-2 ENTER/EXIT PROGRAMMING MODE
Figure 5-3 Disabled
Figure 5-4 Short (300 ms)
Figure 5-5 Medium (500 ms)
Figure 5-6 Long (800 ms)
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Operating Modes
Scan Mode
The imager can be set to operate in one of several scanning modes. See the HP Imaging Barcode
Scanner Product Reference Guide (PRG) for more information and settings for any of the options:
Trigger Single (Default): This mode is associated with typical handheld scanner operation. Motion
Sense is active and if the scanner detects motion the aiming pattern is turned on. When the trigger is
pulled, illumination is turned on and the scanner attempts to read a label. Scanning is activated until
one of the following occurs:
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the programmable “maximum scan on time”1 has elapsed
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a label has been read
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the trigger is released
Trigger Pulse Multiple: Scanning begins when the trigger is pulled and continues after the trigger is
released, until the trigger is pulled again or until the programmable “maximum scan on time”1 has
elapsed. Reading a label does not disable scanning. Double Read Timeout1 prevents undesired
multiple reads while in this mode.
Trigger Hold Multiple: When the trigger is pulled, scanning starts and the product scans until the
trigger is released or “maximum scan on time”1 has elapsed. Reading a label does not disable
scanning. Double Read Timeout1 prevents undesired multiple reads while in this mode.
Always On — The illuminator is always ON and the scanner is always ready for code reading.
Double Read Timeout1 prevents undesired multiple reads.
Flashing — The scanner illuminator flashes on and off regardless of the trigger status. Code reading
takes place only during the Flash On2 time. Double Read Timeout1 prevents undesired multiple reads.
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See the PRG for these and other programmable features.
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Controlled by Flash On Time and Flash Off Time. Use the PRG to program these options.
Stand Mode: In Stand Mode, the illumination remains on for a configurable amount of time after a
good read occurs. The scanner exits stand mode when movement is detected. If the trigger is
activated from stand mode, the scanner transitions into one of the triggered modes.
Pick Mode: Specifies a Decoding and Transmission process where bar codes that are not within the
configurable distance from the center of the aiming pattern are not acknowledged or transmitted to
the host. Pick Mode is active only while the scanner is in Trigger Single mode. If the scanner switches
to a different Read Mode, Pick Mode is automatically disabled.
Figure 6-1 ENTER/EXIT PROGRAMMING MODE
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Figure 6-2 Scan Mode = Trigger Single
Figure 6-3 Scan Mode = Trigger Pulse Multiple
Figure 6-4 Scan Mode = Trigger Hold Multiple
Figure 6-5 Scan Mode = Flashing
Figure 6-6 Scan Mode = Always On
Figure 6-7 Scan Mode = Stand Mode
Figure 6-8 Pick Mode = Enabled
Multiple Label Reading
The scanner offers a number of options for multiple label reading. See the PRG or software
configuration tool for descriptions of these features and programming labels.
Stand Operation
This feature controls how the scanner behaves when it is placed into a cradle or stand.
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Ignore Autorecognition - Disables mode switching when the scanner is placed in a stand.
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Switch to Stand Mode - Automatically switches the scanner to Stand Mode when the scanner is
placed in the stand.
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Switch to Flashing - Automatically switches the scanner to Flash Mode when placed in the
stand.
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Switch to Always On - Automatically switches the scanner to Always On mode when placed in
the stand.
Figure 6-9 ENTER/EXIT PROGRAMMING MODE
Figure 6-10 Ignore Autorecognition
Figure 6-11 Switch to Stand Mode
Figure 6-12 Switch to Flashing
Figure 6-13 Switch to Always On
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Troubleshooting
Solving Common Problems
The following table lists possible problems and recommended solutions.
Problem
Solution
Scanner does not power up.
Ensure that the POS computer is powered on.
Ensure that the cable is properly connected to a USB port on the
computer.
Ensure that the cable is properly connected to the scanner.
Move the cable to a different USB port on the computer.
If still not working, replace the interface cable.
Top light on scanner is flashing.
Scanner does not read barcodes (scanner emits a
target cross hair but there is no green dot or single
beep when reading a barcode).
Pull and hold the trigger until scanner emits a short set of beeps.
Scan a USB interface type:
1.
USB Com
2.
USB Keyboard Wedge
Try scanning a different product barcode.
Clean the front window on the scanner if it is dirty.
Check the front window on Scanner. If it is heavily damaged,
replace the scanner.
Determine the symbology type and ensure the symbology is
enabled.
Scanner emits a target cross, emits a green dot, and
emits a single beep when reading a barcode but does
not transmit data to the host.
Reset the Interface option: USB Com or USB Keyboard Wedge
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If interface = USB Com , open a comport emulator and
determine in Device Manager the correct comport number.
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If interface = USB Keyboard Wedge, open a generic text editor
such as Notepad, Microsoft Word or Command prompt.
Online Technical Support
For the online access to technical support information, self-solve tools, online assistance, community
forums or IT experts, broad multivendor knowledge base, monitoring and diagnostic tools, go to
http://www.hp.com/support.
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Preparing to Call Technical Support
If you can not solve a problem using the troubleshooting tips in this section, you may need to call
technical support. Have the following information available when you call:
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If the product is connected to an HP POS computer, provide the serial number of the POS
computer
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Purchase date on invoice
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The spares part number located on the product
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Condition under which the problem occurred
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Error messages received
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Hardware configuration
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Hardware and software you are using
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B
Technical Specifications
The following table contains physical and performance characteristics, user environment and
regulatory information.
Item
Description
Physical Characteristics
Color
Black
Dimensions
Height 7.1”/181 mm
Length 3.9”/100 mm
Width 2.8”/71 mm
Weight (without cable)
Approximately 6.9 ounces / 195.6 g
Electrical Characteristics
Voltage & Current
Operating (typical) = 160 ma @ 5 vdc
Operating (max) = 350 ma @ 5 vdc
Idle/standby (typical) = 65 ma @ 5 vdc
Input Voltage = 4.75 - 5.25 vdc
Performance Characteristics
Light Source
LEDs
Roll (Tilt)
± 180° Tolerance from normal
Pitch Tolerance
± 40°
Skew (Yaw)
± 40°
Minimum Element Width
4 mil (1D Linear and HD)
5 mil (PDF-417)
6 mil (DataMatrix)
Print Contrast Minimum
25% minimum reflectance
Depth of Field (Typical)1
Symbology
SR:
HD:
Code 39
5mil: 1.6” - 7.5” (4 - 19cm);
5mil: 1.2” - 3” (3 - 7.5cm)
10mil: 0.4” - 11.8” (1.0 - 30cm);
10mil: 0.4” - 3.1” (1 - 8cm)
20mil: up to 17.7” (45cm)
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13mil: 0.6” - 15.7” (1.5 - 40cm);
13mil: 0.8” - 5.1” (2 - 13cm);
7.5mil: 0.5 - 10.6” (2.0 - 27cm)
7.5mil: 0 - 3.7” (0 - 9.5cm)
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Symbology
SR:
HD:
PDF-417
6.6mil: 11.0” - 5.9” (2.5 - 15cm);
4mil: 1” - 2.6” (2.5 - 6.5cm);
10mil: 0.2” - 8.6” (0.5 - 22cm);
6.6mil: .2” to 3.5” (0.5 - 9cm);
15mil: 0.6” - 13.4” (1.5 - 34cm)
10mil: 0 to 4.3” (0 - 11cm)
10mil: 0.8” to 6.3” (2.0 - 16cm)
5mil: 1.6” to 2.2” (4.0 - 5.5cm)
DataMatrix
15mil: 0” to 9.3” (0 - 23.6cm)
QR Code
10mil: 1.2” to 4.9” (3 - 12.5cm)
6.7mil: 1” to 2.4” (2.5 - 6.0cm)
15mil: 0” to 7.5” (1 - 19.0cm)
13 mils DOF based on EAN. All other 1D codes are Code 39. All labels grade A, typical environmental light, 20°C, label
inclination 10°.
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Decode Capability
1D Bar Codes
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UPC/EAN/JAN (A, E, 13, 8)
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Code 128 ISBT
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Code 93
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UPC/EAN/JAN (including P2 /P5)
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Interleaved 2 of 5
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MSI
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UPC/EAN/JAN (including; ISBN /
Bookland & ISSN)
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Standard 2 of 5
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PZN
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Interleaved 2 of 5 CIP (HR)
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Plessey
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UPC/EAN Coupons; Code 39
(including full ASCII)
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Industrial 2 of 5
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Anker Plessey
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Code 39 Trioptic
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Discrete 2 of 5
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Follet 2 of 5
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Code39 CIP (French
Pharmaceutical)
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Datalogic 2 of 5 (China Post Code/
Chinese 2 of 5)
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GS1 DataBar Omnidirectional
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GS1 DataBar Limited
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LOGMARS (Code 39 w/ standard
check digit enabled)
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IATA 2 of 5 Air cargo code
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GS1 DataBar Expanded
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Code 11
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Danish PPT
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GS1 DataBar Truncated
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Codabar
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Code 32 (Italian Pharmacode 39)
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DATABAR Expanded Coupon
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Codabar (NW7)
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Code 128
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ABC Codabar
2D / Stacked Codes
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PDF-417
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Aztec
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PDF-417
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QR Code
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Sweden Post
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MacroPDF
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Aztec
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Portugal Post
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Micro PDF417
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Datamatrix
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LaPoste A/R 39
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GS1 Composites (1 - 12)
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Inverse Datamatrix
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4-State Canada
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Codablock F
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Datamatrix is configurable for the
following parameters:
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Postal Codes
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French CIP13a
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Australian Post
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GS1 DataBar Stacked
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Japanese Post
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KIX Post
GS1 DataBar Stacked
Omnidirectional
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Planet Code
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GS1 DataBar Expanded Stacked
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GSI Databar Composites
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Chinese Sensible Code
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Inverted 2D codesb
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Normal or Inverted
◦
Square or Rectangular Style
◦
Data length (1 - 3600
characters)
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Maxicode
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Postnet
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QR Codes (QR, Micro QR and
Multiple QR Codes)
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Royal Mail Code (RM45CC)
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Intelligent Mail Barcode (IMB)
a
It is acceptable to handle this with ULE.
b
The SW can apply the Normal/Reverse Decoding Control to the following symbologies: Datamatrix, QR, Micro QR, Aztec
and Chinese Sensible Code.
Interfaces Supported
USB Com Std., USB Keyboard, USB (see Configuring the Interface on page 9 for
a listing of available interface options)
User Environment
Operating Temperature
32° to 131° F (0° to 55° C)
Storage Temperature
-4° to 158° F (-20° to 70° C)
Humidity
Operating: 5% to 90% relative humidity, non-condensing
Drop Specifications
Scanner withstands 18 drops from 1.8 meters (6.0 feet) to
concrete
Ambient Light Immunity
Up to 100,000 Lux
Contaminants Spray/rain Dust/particulates
IEC 529-IP52
ESD Level
16 KV
Regulatory
Laser Safety
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Appendix B Technical Specifications
IEC Class 2
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LED and Beeper Indications
The scanner’s beeper sounds and its LED illuminates to indicate various functions or errors on the
scanner. An optional “Green Spot” also performs useful functions. The following tables list these
indications. One exception to the behaviors listed in the tables is that the scanner’s functions are
programmable, and so may or may not be turned on. For example, certain indications such as the
power-up beep can be disabled using programming bar code labels.
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Indicator
Description
LED
Beeper
Power-up Beep
The scanner is in the
process of powering-up.
Good Read Beep
A label has been
successfully scanned by the
scanner.
LED behavior for this
indication is configurable via
the feature “Good Read:
When to Indicate” (see the
PRG for information).
The scanner will beep once
at current frequency, volume,
mono/bitonal setting and
duration upon a successful
label scan.
ROM Failure
There is an error in the
scanner's software/
programming.
Flashes
Scanner sounds one error
beep at highest volume.
Limited Scanning Label
Read
Indicates that a host
connection is not
established.
N/A
Scanner 'chirps' six times at
the highest frequency and
current volume.
Scanner Active Mode
The scanner is active and
ready to scan.
The LED is lit steadily1
N/A
Scanner Disabled
The scanner has been
disabled by the host.
The LED blinks continuously
N/A
Green Spot1 flashes
momentarily
Upon successful read of a
label, the software shall turn
the green spot on for the
time specified by the
configured value.
N/A
N/A
Image Capture
When ready to capture
image
Blue light flashes 2 times
when updating
N/A
Scanner beeps four times at
highest frequency and
volume upon power-up.
Except when in sleep mode or when a Good Read LED Duration other than 00 is selected
Programming Mode - The following indications ONLY occur when the scanner is in Programming
Mode.
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INDICATION
DESCRIPTION
LED
BEEPER
Label Programming Mode
Entry
A valid programming label
has been scanned.
LED blinks continuously
Scanner sounds four low
frequency beeps.
Label Programming Mode
Rejection of Label
A label has been rejected.
N/A
Scanner sounds three times
at lowest frequency and
current volume.
LED and Beeper Indications
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INDICATION
DESCRIPTION
LED
BEEPER
Label Programming Mode
Acceptance of Partial Label
In cases where multiple
labels must be scanned to
program one feature, this
indication acknowledges
each portion as it is
successfully scanned.
N/A
Scanner sounds one short
beep at highest frequency
and current volume.
Label Programming Mode
Acceptance of Programming
Configuration option(s) have
been successfully
programmed via labels and
the scanner has exited
Programming Mode.
N/A
Scanner sounds one high
frequency beep and 4 low
frequency beeps followed by
reset beeps.
Label Programming Mode
Cancel Item Entry
Cancel label has been
scanned.
N/A
Scanner sounds two times at
low frequency and current
volume.
Error Codes
Upon startup, if the scanner sounds a long tone, this means the scanner has not passed its automatic
Selftest and has entered FRU (Field Replaceable Unit) isolation mode. If the scanner is reset, the
sequence will be repeated. Press and release the trigger to hear the FRU indication code.
The following table describes the LED flashes/beep codes associated with an error found.
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Number of LED Flashes/Beeps
Error
Corrective Action
1
Configuration
Contact Help desk for assistance
2
Interface PCB
Contact Help desk for assistance
6
Digital PCB
Contact Help desk for assistance
11
Imager
Contact Help desk for assistance
Appendix B Technical Specifications
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C
Agency Regulatory Notices
Federal Communications Commission Notice
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device,
pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection
against harmful interference in a residential installation. This equipment generates, uses, and can
radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instructions, may
cause harmful interference to radio communications. However, there is no guarantee that interference
will not occur in a particular installation. If this equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or
television reception, which can be determined by turning the equipment off and on, the user is
encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or more of the following measures:
●
Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.
●
Increase the separation between the equipment and the receiver.
●
Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the receiver is
connected.
●
Consult the dealer or an experienced radio or television technician for help.
Modifications
The FCC requires the user to be notified that any changes or modifications made to this device that
are not expressly approved by Hewlett Packard Company may void the user's authority to operate the
equipment.
Cables
Connections to this device must be made with shielded cables with metallic RFI/EMI connector hoods
to maintain compliance with FCC Rules and Regulations.
Declaration of Conformity for Products Marked with the
FCC Logo (United States Only)
This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the following two
conditions:
1.
This device may not cause harmful interference.
2.
This device must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause
undesired operation.
For questions regarding the product, contact:
Hewlett Packard Company
P. O. Box 692000, Mail Stop 530113
Houston, Texas 77269-2000
Or, call 1-800-HP-INVENT (1-800 474-6836)
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For questions regarding this FCC declaration, contact:
Hewlett Packard Company
P. O. Box 692000, Mail Stop 510101
Houston, Texas 77269-2000
Or, call (281) 514-3333
To identify this product, refer to the Part, Series, or Model number found on the product.
Canadian Notice
This Class B digital apparatus meets all requirements of the Canadian Interference-Causing
Equipment Regulations.
Avis Canadien
Cet appareil numérique de la classe B respecte toutes les exigences du Règlement sur le matériel
brouilleur du Canada.
European Union Regulatory Notice
Products bearing the CE marking comply with the following EU Directives:
●
Low Voltage Directive 2006/95/EC
●
EMC Directive 2004/108/EC
●
Ecodesign Directive 2009/125/EC, where applicable
CE compliance of this product is valid if powered with the correct CE-marked AC adapter provided by
HP.
Compliance with these directives implies conformity to applicable harmonized European standards
(European Norms) that are listed in the EU Declaration of Conformity issued by HP for this product or
product family and available (in English only) either within the product documentation or at the
following web site: http://www.hp.eu/certificates (type the product number in the search field).
The compliance is indicated by one of the following conformity markings placed on the product:
For non-telecommunications products and for EU
harmonized telecommunications products, such
as Bluetooth® within power class below 10mW.
For EU non-harmonized telecommunications
products (If applicable, a 4-digit notified body
number is inserted between CE and !).
Please refer to the regulatory label provided on the product.
The point of contact for regulatory matters is: Hewlett-Packard GmbH, Dept./MS: HQ-TRE,
Herrenberger Strasse 140, 71034 Boeblingen, GERMANY.
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Japanese Notice
Korean Notice
Product Environmental Notices
Materials Disposal
Some HP LCD monitors contain mercury in the fluorescent lamps that might require special handling
at end-of-life.
Disposal of this material can be regulated because of environmental considerations. For disposal or
recycling information, contact the local authorities or the Electronic Industries Alliance (EIA)
http://www.eiae.org.
Disposal of Waste Equipment by Users in Private Household in the
European Union
This symbol on the product or on its packaging indicates that this product must not be disposed of
with your household waste. Instead, it is your responsibility to dispose of your waste equipment by
handing it over to a designated collection point for the recycling or waste electrical and electronic
equipment. The separate collection and recycling of your waste equipment at the time of disposal will
help to conserve natural resources and ensure that it is recycled in a manner that protects human
health and the environment. For more information about where you can drop off your waste
equipment for recycling, please contact the local city office, the household waste disposal service or
the shop where you purchased the product.
HP Recycling Program
HP encourages customers to recycle used electronic hardware, HP original print cartridges, and
rechargeable batteries. For more information about recycling programs, go to http://www.hp.com/
recycle.
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Chemical Substances
HP is committed to providing our customers with information about the chemical substances in our
products as needed to comply with legal requirements such as REACH (Regulation EC No
1907/2006 of the European Parliament and Council). A chemical information report for this product
can be found at http://www.hp.com/go/reach.
Restriction of Hazardous Substances (RoHS)
A Japanese regulatory requirement, defined by specification JIS C 0950, 2005, mandates that
manufacturers provide Material Content Declarations for certain categories of electronic products
offered for sale after July 1, 2006. To view the JIS C 0950 material declaration for this product, visit
http://www.hp.com/go/jisc0950.
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