Enter/Exit Programming Mode
(This barcode can also be found at back cover page.)
Framed values are default values.
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for incidental or consequential damages in connection with furnishing,
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of their owners.
Specification or version may be subject to change without notice. The
actual specification and version are based on the product delivered.
General Handling Precautions
•
Do not dispose of the scanner in fire.
•
Do not put the scanner directly in the sun or by any heat source.
•
Do not use or store the scanner in a very humid place.
•
Do not drop the scanner or allow it to collide violently with other
objects.
•
Do not take the scanner apart without authorization.
Printing Guidance
1. This programming guide is in A5 size. Please double check your
printer setting before printing it out.
2. When printing barcodes for programming, the use of a high-resolution
laser printer is strongly suggested for the best scan result.
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Latest Revision: June 11, 2014
Radio Notice
Some equipment generates uses and can radiate radio frequency energy.
If not installed and used in accordance with the instructions in this manual,
it may cause interference to radio communications. The equipment has
been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class A computing
device pursuant to EN55022 and 47 CFR, Part 2 and Part 15 of the FCC
rules.
These specifications are designed to provide reasonable
protection against interference when operated in a commercial
environment.
Radio and Television Interference
Operation of this equipment in a residential area can cause interference
to radio or television reception. This 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 the receiving antenna.
Relocate the device with respect to the receiver.
Move the device away from the receiver.
Plug the device into a different outlet so that the device and the receiver
are on different branch circuits.
If necessary, the user may consult the manufacturer, authorized dealer, or
experienced radio/television technician for additional suggestions. The
user may find the following booklet prepared by the Federal
Communications Commission helpful: “How to Identify and Resolve
Radio-TV Interference Problems.” This booklet is available from the U.S.
Government Printing Office, Washington, DC 20402 U.S.A., Stock No.
004000003454.
For CE-countries
This scanner is in conformity with CE standards. Please note that an
approved, CE-marked power supply unit should be used in order to
maintain CE conformance.
Laser Safety
The laser scanner complies with safety standard IEC 60825-1 for a Class
I laser produce. It also complies with CDRH as applicable to a Class IIa
laser product. Avoid long term staring into direct laser light.
Radiant Energy
The laser scanner uses one low-power visible laser diodes operating at
650nm in an opto-mechanical scanner resulting in less than 3.9μW
radiated power as observed through a 7mm aperture and averaged over
10 seconds.
Do not attempt to remove the protective housing of the scanner, as
un-scanned laser light with a peak output up to 0.8mW would be
accessible inside.
Laser Light Viewing
The scan window is the only aperture through which laser light may be
observed from this product. A failure of the scanner motor, while the
laser diode continues to emit a laser beam, may cause emission levels to
exceed those for safe operation. The scanner has safeguards to prevent
this occurrence. If, however, a stationary laser beam is emitted, the
failing scanner should be disconnected from its power source
immediately.
Adjustments
Do not attempt any adjustments or alteration of this product. Do not
remove the protective housing of the scanner.
There are no
user-serviceable parts inside.
Caution
Use of controls or adjustments or performance of procedures other than
those specified herein may result in hazardous laser light exposure.
Optical
The use of optical instruments with this product will increase the eye
hazard. Optical instruments include binoculars, magnifying glasses, and
microscopes but do not include normal eye glasses worn by the user.
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Introduction ..................................................................................................……1
Changing the scanner setting ............................................................................. 2
Default parameters ............................................................................................. 2
Default values of operating parameters ................................................... 3
Default values of keyboard emulation parameters setting…. .................. 4
Default values of RS-232C serial communication parameters ................ 4
Default values of USB emulation parameters .......................................... 4
Default values of wand emulation parameters......................................... 4
Default values of decoding parameters ................................................... 5
Program procedure using barcode menus .............................................. 6
System setting .................................................................................................... 7
Return to factory default........................................................................... 8
Display firmware version.......................................................................... 8
Abort ......................................................................................................... 9
Return to PC/AT default ........................................................................... 9
Return to RS-232 default ....................................................................... 10
Return to USB default ............................................................................ 10
Return to wand emulation default .......................................................... 11
Return to USB Virtual COM default ....................................................... 12
Return as customer default.................................................................... 12
Save as customer default ...................................................................... 12
Sleep timeout selection..................................................................................... 14
Same code delay time ...................................................................................... 22
Beeper sound selection .................................................................................... 29
Barcode identifier code setting ......................................................................... 40
Barcode identifier code selection ........................................................... 41
Set message format with code identifier ................................................ 42
Enable identifier code table as AIM standard......................................... 42
Barcode identifier code setting............................................................... 43
Message delay.................................................................................................. 51
Character delay................................................................................................. 54
Interface communication setting ....................................................................... 58
RS-232C interface configuration............................................................ 59
Baud rate setting ........................................................................... 63
Data bit setting............................................................................... 63
Stop bit setting............................................................................... 64
Parity bit setting............................................................................. 65
Handshaking protocol.................................................................... 68
ACK/NAK response time setting ................................................... 71
Message terminator for RS-232C ................................................. 77
Keyboard wedge interface configuration ............................................... 81
Message terminator for keyboard wedge...................................... 81
Keyboard language selection ........................................................ 83
Capital lock setting ........................................................................ 89
Function key emulation ................................................................. 90
USB interface configuration ................................................................... 91
Keyboard type ............................................................................... 91
Message terminator for USB ......................................................... 92
Wand emulation configuration................................................................ 94
Emulation speed selection ............................................................ 94
Emulation data output selection .................................................... 96
Emulation data idle state ............................................................... 98
Data editing ....................................................................................................... 99
Header and trailer ................................................................................ 100
Truncate header / trailer character....................................................... 102
Add code length ................................................................................... 103
Auxiliary handheld scanner setting ................................................................. 105
EAS setting……………………………………………………………………….…109
Symbology configuration................................................................................. 113
Reading code selection........................................................................ 114
UPC / EAN parameters setting ............................................................ 125
Format ......................................................................................... 126
Force UPC-E to UPC-A format.................................................... 130
Force UPC-A to EAN-13 format .................................................. 131
Force EAN-8 to EAN-13 format................................................... 132
Transmit UPC-A check digit ........................................................ 133
Transmit UPC-E leading character.............................................. 135
Transmit UPC-E check digit ........................................................ 136
Transmit EAN-8 check digit......................................................... 137
Transmit EAN-13 check digit....................................................... 138
Transmit UPC-A leading character.............................................. 139
Addendum ................................................................................... 140
Add on format.............................................................................. 142
Data Redundant check................................................................ 143
Code 39 parameters setting................................................................. 167
Code 39 reading length setting ................................................... 171
Data redundant check ................................................................. 175
Codabar parameters setting ................................................................ 177
Format ......................................................................................... 177
Codabar reading length setting ................................................... 179
Codabar concatenation ............................................................... 181
Check digit................................................................................... 182
Data redundant check ................................................................. 184
Code 128 parameters setting............................................................... 185
Check digit................................................................................... 187
Code 128 FNC2 concatenation ................................................... 188
Code 128 reading length setting ................................................. 189
EAN-128 FNC1 character ........................................................... 189
Data redundant check ................................................................. 191
ITF 2 of 5 parameters setting............................................................... 194
Check digit................................................................................... 194
ITF 2 of 5 reading length setting ................................................. 196
Data redundant check ................................................................. 199
Chinese post code parameters setting ................................................ 201
Chinese post code reading length setting ................................... 201
Data redundant check ................................................................. 204
MSI/PLESSY code parameters setting ................................................ 206
Double check digit ....................................................................... 206
Single check digit ........................................................................ 208
MSI/PLESSY code reading length setting................................... 209
Data redundant check ................................................................. 211
Code 93 parameters setting................................................................. 213
Check digit................................................................................... 213
Code 93 code reading length setting .......................................... 215
Data redundant check ................................................................. 217
GS1 DataBar parameters setting......................................................... 219
Full ASCII code table ...................................................................................... 231
Appendixes ..................................................................................................... 296
Appendix A ........................................................................................... 297
Appendix B........................................................................................... 299
1. INTRODUCTION
This is an advanced programming guide for varies omnidirectional laser
scanners. This guide contains a series of programming barcode labels,
and by scanning these codes, it can make configurations to the scanners.
This allows decoding options and interface protocols to be tailored to a
specific application. The configuration is stored in non-volatile memory
and will not be lost by removing power from the scanner. Other than
specified in this guide, for any special functions or specifications, please
contact your dealer for details.
The scanner must be properly powered before programming. For
RS-232C type scanners, an external power adapter must be used to
supply DC power to the scanner. If a keyboard emulation type scanner
is used with an IBM PC/XT/AT, PS/2 or any fully compatible computers,
power will be drawn from the keyboard port; therefore no external power
adapter is required. If keyboard emulation type scanner is used with any
other non IBM PC compatible computers, an external power adapter may
be required.
Under the programming mode, the laser scanner will acknowledge a good
and valid reading with a short beep. It will give long beeps for either an
invalid or bad reading.
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2.
CHANGE THE SCANNER SETTING
In order to change the scanner setting, please follow the steps
below:
1. Scan the Enter/Exit Programming Mode barcode. There will
be 2 beeps (low-high) indicating ready to make settings.
2. Scan barcodes for the desired feature (1 beep)
3. Scan the Enter/Exit Programming Mode barcode again to
save the configuration. There will be 2 beeps (long-short)
indicating a successful setting.
After reading a valid barcode in programming mode, the scanner
will give a high beep.
3.
DEFAULT PARAMETERS
This table gives the default settings of all the programmable
parameters. The default settings will be restored whenever the
Reset programming label is scanned. (This label can also be
found on p.8.)
Reset (Return to factory default)
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Default Values of Operating Parameters
Function
Default
Sleep mode
Motor sleep mode
Laser sleep mode
After 30 minutes
After 10 minutes
Scanner timing
Same code delay
200msec
Beeper Tone
Frequency
medium
Duration
50msec
Code Identifiers
Code ID
off
Code 39
M
I
ITF 2 of 5
Chinese post code
H
UPC-A
A
E
UPC-E
EAN-13
F
EAN-8
FF
Codabar
N
Code 128
K
Code 93
L
MSI/Plessy
P
GS1 DataBar Omnidirectional
RS
(Formally RSS-14 Standard)
GS1 DataBar Limited
RL
(Formally RSS Limited)
GS1 DataBar Expanded
RX
(Formally RSS Expanded)
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Default Values of Keyboard Emulation Parameters
Function
Keyboard type selection
Message terminator
Default Values
IBM PC/AT USA
Enter/ carriage return
Default Values of Serial Communication Parameters
Function
Handshaking protocol
ACK/NAK response time setting
Baud rate
Data bit
Stop bit
Parity
Message terminator selection
Default Values
None
300 msec
9600
8
1
None
CR/LF
Default Values of USB Emulation Parameters
Function
Keyboard Type
Message Terminator
Default Values
US Keyboard
Enter
Default Values of Wand Emulation Parameters
Function
Wand emulation speed
Wand emulation output
Data output format
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Normal
Black = High
Transmit as scan
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Default Values of Decoding Parameters
Function
Reading codes
selection
Code 39
Interleaved 2 of 5
Chinese Post Code
UPC/EAN/JAN
Codabar
Code 128
Code 93
MSI
Italian Pharmacy
Code
Code 39
ITF 2 of 5
Chinese Post Code
UPC/EAN/JAN
Codabar
MSI/PLESSY
Code 128
Code 93
EAN-128
Italian Pharmacy
ISSN/ ISBN
GS1 DataBar (RSS)
Codes
Start/stop characters
Check digit
Concatenation
Length
Length
Check digit
Length
Check digit
Format
Addendum
UPC-E=UPC-A
UPC-A leading digit
UPC-A check digit
UPC-E leading digit
UPC-E check digit
Type
Start/stop characters
Length
FNC 2 append
Check digit
Length
Check digit
Length
Check digit
Transmit "A" Character
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Enable
Disable
Disable
Enable
Disable
Disable
Disable
Disable
Disable
Disable
Disable
Disable
Standard
Not transmitting
Disabled
Off
3~32
6-32
Disable
10~32
Disable
All
Disable
Disabled
Transmit
Transmit
Transmit
Transmit
Standard
A, B, C, D
6~32 digits
Disable
Disable
3~32
Not transmit
6~32
Transmit
Not transmitting
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Default Values of Decoding Parameters (continued)
Code
Default
Value
GS1 DataBar Omnidirectional
Disable
GS1 DataBar Limited
GS1 DataBar Expanded
Transmit GS1 DataBar Omnidirectional check digit
Transmit GS1 DataBar Omnidirectional
application ID (01)
Transmit GS1 DataBar Limited check digit
GS1 DataBar Omnidirectional/EAN-128 emulation
Transmit GS1 DataBar Limited application ID (01)
Transmit GS1 DataBar Expanded check digit
Transmit AI(01) of Expanded
GS1 DataBar Expanded /EAN-128 emulation
Disable
Disable
Enable
Enable
Function
GS1 DataBar
(formally RSS)
Enable
Disable
Enable
Enable
Enable
Disable
NOTE:
Contact your distributor to make sure if your model and firmware
version support GS1 DataBar.
PROGRAM PROCEDURE USING BARCODE MENUS
Read Enter/Exit programming mode
barcode to start configuration
Change scanner setting by scanning the
barcodes of the desired function
Yes
Select code 39 full
ASCII table?
No
Read Enter/Exit programming mode
barcode to save and exit
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Read Save setting to
confirm barcode to
end the configuration
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System Setting
The series scanner is a multi-interface communication scanner. If
you had ordered only one type of interface, the device is configured
in the interface requested, i.e. RS-232C, keyboard wedge, wand
emulation or USB. If not requested, the default interface is set in
keyboard wedge interface (PC/AT). Use this section to change
interfaces.
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Reset (Return to Factory Default)
Reading of “Reset” barcode label turns all parameters back to
default values, and the scanner remains in the last interface set
when it is reset.
Reset (Return to Factory Default)
To prevent confusion in code scanning, cover the
unwanted label and present the desired barcodes one by
one to the scanner.
Display Firmware Version
Reading of the “Display Firmware Version” will show the current
firmware version on host.
Display Firmware Version
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Abort (Exit Programming Mode)
Reading of the “Abort” barcode label discards all the parameters
read prior to scan the “Enter/Exit of Programming Mode”.
Abort (Exit Programming Mode)
To prevent confusion in code scanning, cover the
unwanted label and present the desired barcodes one by
one to the scanner.
Return to PC/AT Default
This barcode allows setting in keyboard wedge interface for IBM PC
AT/PS/2 and compatibles.
Return to PC/AT Default
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Return to RS-232 Default
The RS-232C interface scanner is often used when connecting to
the serial port of a PC or terminal. Read the barcode to set the
scanner into RS-232 interface.
Return to RS-232 Default
To prevent confusion in code scanning, cover the
unwanted label and present the desired barcodes one by
one to the scanner.
Return to USB Default
Reading of “Return to USB default” sets the device into USB
interface support.
Return to USB Default
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Return to Wand Emulation Default
The Wand emulation is achieved by decoding a scanned barcode
and then encoding it again, so that the output is readily decoded by
an external decoder designed for processing of wand data.
Return to Wand Emulation Default
To prevent confusion in code scanning, cover the
unwanted label and present the desired barcodes one by
one to the scanner.
Return as Customer Default
Reading of the label sets the device back to customer saved
parameter settings.
Return as Customer Default
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Return to USB-virtual COM port Default
Reading of “Return to USB-virtual COM port Default” sets the
device into USB-virtual COM port interface support.
Return to USB-virtual COM port Default
To prevent confusion in code scanning, cover the
unwanted label and present the desired barcodes one by
one to the scanner.
Save as Customer Default
Reading of this label to save the desired parameters set into
customer’s own default setting.
Save as Customer Default
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How to Save as Customer Default
Read Enter/Exit Programming Mode
barcode to start configuration
Change scanner setting by scanning
selected mode
Read Save as Customer Default
barcode
Read Enter/Exit Programming Mode
barcode to save and exit
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Sleep Timeouts Selection
In this section, user can set both laser and/or motor to enter into
sleep mode. The timeout programming labels will allow users to
set the different time frame before entering into laser and/or motor
sleep mode.
The feature reduces power consumption and
prolongs scanner life time.
NOTE:
1. Laser always enters sleep mode before motor.
2. If the motor timeout is set shorter than the motor timeout,
then laser would enter sleep mode as motor enters sleep
mode.
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Motor sleep mode off
To prevent confusion in code scanning, cover the
unwanted label and present the desired barcodes one by
one to the scanner.
Motor sleep time 5 min.
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Motor sleep time 10 min.
To prevent confusion in code scanning, cover the
unwanted label and present the desired barcodes one by
one to the scanner.
Motor sleep time 20 min.
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Motor sleep time 30 min.
To prevent confusion in code scanning, cover the
unwanted label and present the desired barcodes one by
one to the scanner.
Motor sleep time 60 min.
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Laser sleep mode off
To prevent confusion in code scanning, cover the
unwanted label and present the desired barcodes one by
one to the scanner.
Laser sleep time 5 min.
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Laser sleep time 10 min.
To prevent confusion in code scanning, cover the
unwanted label and present the desired barcodes one by
one to the scanner.
Laser sleep time 15 min.
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Laser sleep time 20 min.
To prevent confusion in code scanning, cover the
unwanted label and present the desired barcodes one by
one to the scanner.
Laser sleep time 25 min.
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Laser sleep time 30 min.
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Same Code Delay Time
This parameter sets the minimum time allowed between decodes of
the same label.
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Same code delay time 50 msec.
To prevent confusion in code scanning, cover the
unwanted label and present the desired barcodes one by
one to the scanner.
Same code delay time 100 msec.
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Same code delay time 200 msec.
To prevent confusion in code scanning, cover the
unwanted label and present the desired barcodes one by
one to the scanner.
Same code delay time 300 msec.
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Same code delay time 400 msec.
To prevent confusion in code scanning, cover the
unwanted label and present the desired barcodes one by
one to the scanner.
Same code delay time 500 msec.
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Same code delay time 600 msec.
To prevent confusion in code scanning, cover the
unwanted label and present the desired barcodes one by
one to the scanner.
Same code delay time 700 msec.
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Same code delay time 800 msec.
To prevent confusion in code scanning, cover the
unwanted label and present the desired barcodes one by
one to the scanner.
Same code delay time 900 msec.
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Same code delay time 1000 msec.
To prevent confusion in code scanning, cover the
unwanted label and present the desired barcodes one by
one to the scanner.
Same code delay time infinite
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Beeper Sound Selection
This section includes all setting labels for beeper sound settings,
including tone frequency, volume, duration time, power on beep
enable/disable, and enable/disable sound when the scanner enters
sleep mode.
.
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LED/Beep after transmission
To prevent confusion in code scanning, cover the
unwanted label and present the desired barcodes one by
one to the scanner.
LED/Beep before transmission
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Power-up tone enable
To prevent confusion in code scanning, cover the
unwanted label and present the desired barcodes one by
one to the scanner.
Power-up tone disable
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Sleep sound
To prevent confusion in code scanning, cover the
unwanted label and present the desired barcodes one by
one to the scanner.
Sleep silent
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Medium beeper tone
To prevent confusion in code scanning, cover the
unwanted label and present the desired barcodes one by
one to the scanner.
Low beeper tone
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High beeper tone
To prevent confusion in code scanning, cover the
unwanted label and present the desired barcodes one by
one to the scanner.
Speaker disable
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Beeper sound duration (100msec)
To prevent confusion in code scanning, cover the
unwanted label and present the desired barcodes one by
one to the scanner.
Beeper sound duration (50msec)
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Beeper sound duration (20msec)
To prevent confusion in code scanning, cover the
unwanted label and present the desired barcodes one by
one to the scanner.
Beeper sound duration (5msec)
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Beeper sound duration 200msec
To prevent confusion in code scanning, cover the
unwanted label and present the desired barcodes one by
one to the scanner.
Beeper sound duration 500msec
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Loud beeper volume
To prevent confusion in code scanning, cover the
unwanted label and present the desired barcodes one by
one to the scanner.
Medium beeper volume
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Low beeper volume
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Barcode Identifier Code
Setting
The scanner can transmit maximum 2 digits barcode identifier code
for different types of barcodes. Use Enable or Disable identifier
setting barcode to determine the transmission of barcode ID.
The procedure is as follows:
1.) Scan Enter/Exit Programming Mode label
2.) Scan Barcode Identifier Setting Code label
3.) Scan the new code mark from ASCII table (maximum 2 digits).
For example, if AB is the code mark, then scan A and B.
4.) Scan Save Setting to Confirm label
5.) Scan Enter/Exit Programming Mode label
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Barcode Identifier Code Selection
Disable identifier code
Scan “Enable identifier code” label to transmit the label ID as shown
in the table below.
Code 39
M
ITF 2 of 5
I
Chinese post code
H
UPC-A
A
UPC-E
E
EAN-13
F
EAN-8
FF
Codabar
N
Code 128
K
Code 93
L
MSI/Plessy
P
GS1 DataBar Omnidirectional
RS
(RSS-14 Standard)
GS1 DataBar Limited
RL
(RSS Limited)
GS1 DataBar Expanded
RX
(RSS Expanded)
Enable identifier code
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Set Message Format with Code Identifier
I
Code
UPC-A
UPC-E
EAN-8
EAN-13
CODE 39
CODBAR
ITF 2 OF 5
CODE 93
CODE 128
MSI/PLESSY
EAN-128
S
0
2
Code identifier
A
E
FF
F
*
%
i
&
#
@
P
Enable Identifier Code Table as AIM Standard
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Barcode Identifier Code Setting
Code 39 identifier code setting
To prevent confusion in code scanning, cover the
unwanted label and present the desired barcodes one by
one to the scanner.
ITF 2 of 5 identifier code setting
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Chinese Post code identifier code setting
To prevent confusion in code scanning, cover the
unwanted label and present the desired barcodes one by
one to the scanner.
UPC-E identifier code setting
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UPC-A identifier code setting
To prevent confusion in code scanning, cover the
unwanted label and present the desired barcodes one by
one to the scanner.
EAN-13 identifier code setting
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EAN-8 identifier code setting
To prevent confusion in code scanning, cover the
unwanted label and present the desired barcodes one by
one to the scanner.
Codabar identifier code setting
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Code 128 identifier code setting
To prevent confusion in code scanning, cover the
unwanted label and present the desired barcodes one by
one to the scanner.
Code 93 identifier code setting
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MSI identifier code setting
To prevent confusion in code scanning, cover the
unwanted label and present the desired barcodes one by
one to the scanner.
Save setting to confirm
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GS1 DataBar Omnidirectional identifier code setting
To prevent confusion in code scanning, cover the
unwanted label and present the desired barcodes one by
one to the scanner.
GS1 DataBar Limited identifier code setting
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GS1 DataBar Expanded identifier code setting
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Message delay
This section contains different delay time frames between two
consecutive messages. This delay will be added before each data
transmission.
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Inter message delay 0 ms
To prevent confusion in code scanning, cover the
unwanted label and present the desired barcodes one by
one to the scanner.
Inter message delay 100 ms
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Inter message delay 500 ms
To prevent confusion in code scanning, cover the
unwanted label and present the desired barcodes one by
one to the scanner.
Inter message delay 1000 ms
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Character Delay
This option governs delay time between two consecutive characters;
the delay time can be altered by scanning the following labels.
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Character delay 5 ms
To prevent confusion in code scanning, cover the
unwanted label and present the desired barcodes one by
one to the scanner.
Inter character delay 0 ms
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Inter character delay 10 ms
To prevent confusion in code scanning, cover the
unwanted label and present the desired barcodes one by
one to the scanner.
Inter character delay 20 ms
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Inter character delay 50 ms
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Interface Communication
Setting
This section contains labels to configure the scanner to user’s host
terminal. The following interfaces are supported:
*RS-232C interface
*Keyboard wedge
*USB interface
*Wand emulation
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RS-232C Interface Configuration
1.
Baud Rate Setting
Baud Rate 38400
To prevent confusion in code scanning, cover the
unwanted label and present the desired barcodes one by
one to the scanner.
Baud Rate 19200
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Baud Rate 9600
To prevent confusion in code scanning, cover the
unwanted label and present the desired barcodes one by
one to the scanner.
Baud Rate 4800
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Baud Rate 2400
To prevent confusion in code scanning, cover the
unwanted label and present the desired barcodes one by
one to the scanner.
Baud Rate 1200
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Baud Rate 57600
To prevent confusion in code scanning, cover the
unwanted label and present the desired barcodes one by
one to the scanner.
Baud Rate 115200
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2.
Date Bit Setting
7 data bit
To prevent confusion in code scanning, cover the
unwanted label and present the desired barcodes one by
one to the scanner.
8 data bit
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3.
Stop Bit Setting
1 Stop bit
To prevent confusion in code scanning, cover the
unwanted label and present the desired barcodes one by
one to the scanner.
2 Stop bit
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4.
Parity Bit Setting
Even Parity
To prevent confusion in code scanning, cover the
unwanted label and present the desired barcodes one by
one to the scanner.
Odd Parity
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Mark Parity
To prevent confusion in code scanning, cover the
unwanted label and present the desired barcodes one by
one to the scanner.
Space Parity
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None Parity
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5.
Handshaking Protocol
The RS-232C type scanner supports four handshaking protocols.
With these options of communication protocol, users can tailor the
scanner to meet the requirement of most systems. These
handshaking protocols are:
*None
The scanner will transmit any read data unconditionally. The
scanner will not check the receiving device or the transmitted
message.
*RTS/CTS
Under this handshaking protocol, the scanner use the RTS pin to
instruct the connected device to transmit data and test the CTS pin
for readiness of the connected device to receive data.
*ACK/NAK
The scanner waits for an ACK or NAK signal from the host
computer after each data transmission. Normally, the scanner will
temporarily stored the scanned data in the memory buffer before
receiving the ACK or NAK signal. If the ACK signal is received, it
will clear the transmitted data and continue to send the next data.
In case the NAK signal is received, it will repeat to transmit the
same data until receiving the ACK signal.
*Xon/Xoff
During the data communication, if a scanner receives an Xoff
(ASCII 013H), it will stop the transmission at once. The scanner
waits for a Xon (ASCII 01H) to start the transmission again.
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None handshaking
To prevent confusion in code scanning, cover the
unwanted label and present the desired barcodes one by
one to the scanner.
ACK/NAK
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Xon/Xoff
To prevent confusion in code scanning, cover the
unwanted label and present the desired barcodes one by
one to the scanner.
RTS/CTS
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6.
ACK/NAK Response Time Setting
ACK/NAK response time 300ms
To prevent confusion in code scanning, cover the
unwanted label and present the desired barcodes one by
one to the scanner.
ACK/NAK response time 500ms
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ACK/NAK response time 1s
To prevent confusion in code scanning, cover the
unwanted label and present the desired barcodes one by
one to the scanner.
ACK/NAK response time 2s
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ACK/NAK response time 3s
To prevent confusion in code scanning, cover the
unwanted label and present the desired barcodes one by
one to the scanner.
ACK/NAK response time 5s
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ACK/NAK response time Infinity
To prevent confusion in code scanning, cover the
unwanted label and present the desired barcodes one by
one to the scanner.
Disable ACK/NAK timeout beeper
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Enable ACK/NAK timeout beeper
To prevent confusion in code scanning, cover the
unwanted label and present the desired barcodes one by
one to the scanner.
Enable beeper on<BEL> character
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Ignore beep on <BEL>character
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7.
Message terminator for RS-232C
The series RS-232C type scanner can be programmed to append a
terminator to every message sent via the serial port. Different
terminator will be appended at the end of message sent from the
serial port.
RS-232 message terminator-none
To prevent confusion in code scanning, cover the
unwanted label and present the desired barcodes one by
one to the scanner.
RS-232 message terminator-CR/LF
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RS-232 message terminator-CR
To prevent confusion in code scanning, cover the
unwanted label and present the desired barcodes one by
one to the scanner.
RS-232 message terminator-LF
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RS-232 message terminator-H tab
To prevent confusion in code scanning, cover the
unwanted label and present the desired barcodes one by
one to the scanner.
RS-232 message terminator-STX/ETX
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RS-232 message terminator-EOT
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Keyboard Wedge Interface Configuration
1.
Message Terminator for Keyboard Wedge
Keyboard terminator---none
To prevent confusion in code scanning, cover the
unwanted label and present the desired barcodes one by
one to the scanner.
Keyboard terminator---Enter
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Keyboard terminator---H-TAB
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2.
Keyboard Language Selection
Enable International keyboard type
(Alt method)
To prevent confusion in code scanning, cover the
unwanted label and present the desired barcodes one by
one to the scanner.
Keyboard language support---USA
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Keyboard language support---Germany
To prevent confusion in code scanning, cover the
unwanted label and present the desired barcodes one by
one to the scanner.
Keyboard language support---UK
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Keyboard language support---French
To prevent confusion in code scanning, cover the
unwanted label and present the desired barcodes one by
one to the scanner.
Keyboard language support---Spanish
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Keyboard language support--- Italian
To prevent confusion in code scanning, cover the
unwanted label and present the desired barcodes one by
one to the scanner.
Keyboard language support--- Swiss
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Keyboard language support---Swedish
To prevent confusion in code scanning, cover the
unwanted label and present the desired barcodes one by
one to the scanner.
Keyboard language support---Japanese
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Keyboard language support---Belgium
Keyboard language support---Turkish
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3.
Capital Lock
Select the suitable code to match your keyboard caps lock status.
Capital lock on
To prevent confusion in code scanning, cover the
unwanted label and present the desired barcodes one by
one to the scanner.
Capital lock off
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4.
Function Key Emulation
In this section, users can emulate Function keys, Arrow keys, and
many other extended keys. An IBM compatible keyboard does not
translate to ASCII characters; it can be concatenated with input
data as header and/or trailer. (See Appendix B)
Function key emulation enable
Function key emulation disable
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USB Interface Configuration
The USB mode is effectively a keyboard emulator that works with
hosts, such as USB-compatible operating system and USB ports.
USB compatible operating systems are Windows 98, Windows NT
5.0 and later. No additional software is needed since the USB
driver supports its built-in operating system
1.
Keyboard Type
Keyboard type---USA
(Scan method)
To prevent confusion in code scanning, cover the
unwanted label and present the desired barcodes one by
one to the scanner.
Keyboard type.
(ALT code method)
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2.
Message terminator for USB
None
To prevent confusion in code scanning, cover the
unwanted label and present the desired barcodes one by
one to the scanner.
Enter
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H tab
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Wand Emulation Configuration
1.
Emulation Speed Selection
The data output speed can be set to befit the external decoder.
Wand emulation speed=Low
(1ms narrow element width)
To prevent confusion in code scanning, cover the
unwanted label and present the desired barcodes one by
one to the scanner.
Wand emulation speed =medium
(600 us narrow element width)
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Wand emulation speed= high
(300 us narrow element width)
To prevent confusion in code scanning, cover the
unwanted label and present the desired barcodes one by
one to the scanner.
Wand emulation speed ---- higher
(100us narrow element width)
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2.
Emulation Data Output Selection
The decoded data output logic level can be set to befit the external
decoder.
Wand emulation data output black = high
To prevent confusion in code scanning, cover the
unwanted label and present the desired barcodes one by
one to the scanner.
Wand emulation data output black = low
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Wand Data Transmitted as Scanning
To prevent confusion in code scanning, cover the
unwanted label and present the desired barcodes one by
one to the scanner.
Enable Wand output data format as Code 39
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3.
Emulation data idle state selection
The level refers to wand emulation data signal when not in use.
Idle=high
To prevent confusion in code scanning, cover the
unwanted label and present the desired barcodes one by
one to the scanner.
Idle=low
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Data Editing
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HEADER AND TRAILER
The Header and Trailer section allows you to append a header
and/or a trailer to every message transmitted via the serial ports,
USB or the keyboard port. There is no restriction in selecting
header or trailer characters as far as the sum of the lengths of
header and trailer is not greater than 10 digits.
1. Select either header or trailer you are going to program by
scanning the corresponding label
2. Scan the character(s) you want from the ASCII table to set as
header or trailer. (Be sure to enable full ASCII code 39 option
before you start.)
3. Read the save setting to confirm label to confirm your choice
into memory.
Header (Preamble)
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Trailer (Postamble)
To prevent confusion in code scanning, cover the
unwanted label and present the desired barcodes one by
one to the scanner.
Save setting to confirm
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Truncate Header/Trailer Character
This setting allows you to truncate a number of header or trailer for
symbology. As a result, the specific character you select is
deleted from the symbology you want.
1.)
Scan the Enter/Exit programming mode label.
2.)
Select the Truncate header or truncate trailer label.
3.)
Scan two barcode value from the full ASCII code table(0~9).
For example, scan 0 and 2 if you want to clear the number 2
from header.
4,)
Scan save setting to confirm label
5,)
Scan Enter/Exit programming mode label to end of
configuration.
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Truncate header character
To prevent confusion in code scanning, cover the
unwanted label and present the desired barcodes one by
one to the scanner.
Truncate trailer character
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Add Code Length
This option allows you to add the reading barcode numeric
characters as header
Add code length as header enable (all barcode)
To prevent confusion in code scanning, cover the
unwanted label and present the desired barcodes one by
one to the scanner.
Add code length as header disable (all barcode)
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Auxiliary Handheld Scanner
Setting
If the scanner is designed for in-counter application, it provides an
auxiliary RS-232 port for the use of an additional peripheral device to
be connected to the host system via the scanner itself. It is usually
used to connect a handheld scanner for items too large or too heavy
to be placed on the checkstand.
This section instructs how to enable the AUX port as a handheld
scanner input port.
NOTE:
Contact your distributor to make sure if your omnidirectional
scanner and firmware version support such a function.
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Handheld Data Format Requirements
Before installation, the connected handheld scanner must be
configured to transmit data format as below. Refer to the manual of
the handheld scanner for more details or contact the distributor.
Baud rate
Data bit
Parity
Stop bit
Handshaking
Message terminator
Code 39 identifier code
ITF 2 of 5 identifier code
Chinese post code identifier code
UPC-A identifier code
UPC-E identifier code
EAN-13 identifier code
EAN-8 identifier code
Codabar identifier code
Code 128 identifier code
Code 93 identifier code
MSI identifier code
GS1 CodeBar Omnidirectional identifier code
GS1 CodeBar Limited identifier code
GS1 CodeBar Expanded
Industrial 2 of 5 identifier code
Code 11 identifier code
Standard 2 of 5 identifier code
Matrix 2 of 5 identifier code
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None
1
RTS/CTS
STX/ETX
M
I
H
A
E
F
FF
N
K
L
P
RS
RL
RX
D
O
S
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Installation of An Auxiliary Handheld Scanner
Follow the steps below to use the auxiliary RS-232C port as a
handheld scanner input port:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Configure the handheld scanner data format as above table
requirements.
Turn off the host system.
Connect the handheld scanner to the auxiliary port.
Connect the external power supply for the auxiliary scanner
(if required).
Activate the RS-232C auxiliary port of the in-counter
scanner.
NOTE:
1. You may need to enable the AUX function of the handheld
scanner after installation. Refer to the manual of the handheld
scanner for more information or contact the distributor.
2. The auxiliary input port’s data transmission format follows the
main output format of the omnidirectional scanner, including
barcode symbologies and related parameters. For example, if the
handheld scanner can read Codabar while the omnidirectional
scanner can not, the handheld scanner would decode a Codabar
barcode without transmitting the data. To complete the data
transmission, you have to re-program the omnidirectional
scanner and enable this function.
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Enable the AUX Port on the In-Counter Scanner
Read the barcode below to activate the RS-232 auxiliary port of the
omnidirectional scanner. Before start, make sure your scanner
model and firmware version supports such a function.
Enable the AUX port
To prevent confusion in code scanning, cover the
unwanted label and present the desired barcodes one by
one to the scanner.
Disable the AUX port
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EAS Setting
If the scanner supports the use of an EAS antenna, it can work
simultaneously with an EAS system using the interlock feature.
When enabled, users may scan and deactivate an item at the same
time.
This section instructs how to enable and configure the interlock
feature.
NOTE:
Contact your distributor to make sure if your omnidirectional
scanner and firmware version support such a function.
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1.
Setting EAS Interlock
When enabled, the EAS tag is not de-activated until the associated
barcode is decoded.
EAS Interlock Enable
To prevent confusion in code scanning, cover the
unwanted label and present the desired barcodes one by
one to the scanner.
When disabled (default), the EAS tag is de-activated independently
of any barcode scanning.
EAS Interlock Disable
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2.
Setting EAS Active
Use this setting to set the polarity of the EAS allowing the scanner
to send an EAS output after a good barcode read to deactivate a
tag on the product.
EAS Active state = Active high
To prevent confusion in code scanning, cover the
unwanted label and present the desired barcodes one by
one to the scanner.
EAS Active state = Active low
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3.
Setting EAS Timeout
Use this setting to set EAS Timeout. EAS output signal is held in its
active state for a good read indication. To set the timeout:
1. Scan the Enter/Exit Programming barcode to begin the setup.
2. Scan 3 ASCII number barcodes (Please see the Full ASCII
Code Table to set the time in millisecond. For example:




3.
000:disable the feature
001:10 msec
002:20 msec
250:2500 msec (2.5second)
Scan the Enter/Exit Programming barcode to save the settings.
Set EAS Timeout
4.
EAS Pinout
The following is a table for the EAS port pin out.
1
2
3
4
5
6
Function
Ground
Antenna+
AntennaEAS In
EAS Out
Shield
Color
Red
Orange
Black
Green
White
Purple
Note
Open collecor output
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Symbology Configuration
In this section, device can be programmed to recognize one or
more barcode symbologies automatically.
If the scanner is
configured to support multiple barcode symbologies, the scanner
will discriminate different symbologies automatically. However, to
improve scanning performance, you should enable only the
symbologies that will be in active use.
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Reading Code Selection
Code 39 enable
To prevent confusion in code scanning, cover the
unwanted label and present the desired barcodes one by
one to the scanner.
Code 39 disable
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Codabar enable
To prevent confusion in code scanning, cover the
unwanted label and present the desired barcodes one by
one to the scanner.
Codabar disable
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UPC/EAN/JAN enable
To prevent confusion in code scanning, cover the
unwanted label and present the desired barcodes one by
one to the scanner.
UPC/EAN/JAN disable
(only can’t transmitted but can decode)
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ITF 2 of 5 enable
To prevent confusion in code scanning, cover the
unwanted label and present the desired barcodes one by
one to the scanner.
ITF 2 of 5 disable
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Chinese postcode enable
To prevent confusion in code scanning, cover the
unwanted label and present the desired barcodes one by
one to the scanner.
Chinese postcode disable
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Code 128 enable
To prevent confusion in code scanning, cover the
unwanted label and present the desired barcodes one by
one to the scanner.
Code 128 disable
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Code 93 enable
To prevent confusion in code scanning, cover the
unwanted label and present the desired barcodes one by
one to the scanner.
Code 93 disable
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EAN-128 enable
To prevent confusion in code scanning, cover the
unwanted label and present the desired barcodes one by
one to the scanner.
EAN-128 disable
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EAN convert to ISSN/ISBN
To prevent confusion in code scanning, cover the
unwanted label and present the desired barcodes one by
one to the scanner.
EAN convert to ISSN/ISBN disable
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Code 32 enable
To prevent confusion in code scanning, cover the
unwanted label and present the desired barcodes one by
one to the scanner.
Code 32 disable
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MSI enable
To prevent confusion in code scanning, cover the
unwanted label and present the desired barcodes one by
one to the scanner.
MSI disable
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UPC/EAN Parameters Setting
In this section, device can be programmed to recognize some or all
derivatives of UPC/EAN.
These derivatives are UPC-A, UPC-E, EAN-8, and EAN-13.
Either 2 or 5 addendum digits is supported, addendum digits are
those additional digits after normal stop character.
The programming menu for UPC/EAN/JAN also provides several
options to govern the transmission of scanned data.
*UPC/EAN expansion
*Check digit transmission
*Data redundant check
*Addendum seek timeout
*Addendum left/right margin adjust
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1. Format
UPC/EAN/JAN all enable
To prevent confusion in code scanning, cover the
unwanted label and present the desired barcodes one by
one to the scanner.
EAN-8 or EAN-13 enable
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UPC-A and EAN-13 Enable
To prevent confusion in code scanning, cover the
unwanted label and present the desired barcodes one by
one to the scanner.
UPC-A and UPC-E Enable
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UPC-A enable
To prevent confusion in code scanning, cover the
unwanted label and present the desired barcodes one by
one to the scanner.
UPC-E enable
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EAN-13 enable
To prevent confusion in code scanning, cover the
unwanted label and present the desired barcodes one by
one to the scanner.
EAN-8 enable
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2. Force UPC-E to UPC-A format
Force UPC-E to UPC-A format enable
To prevent confusion in code scanning, cover the
unwanted label and present the desired barcodes one by
one to the scanner.
Force UPC-E to UPC-A format disable
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3. Force UPC-A to EAN-13 format
Force UPC-A to EAN-13 format enable
To prevent confusion in code scanning, cover the
unwanted label and present the desired barcodes one by
one to the scanner.
Force UPC-A to EAN-13 format disable
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4. Force EAN-8 to EAN-13 format
Force EAN-8 to EAN-13 format disable
To prevent confusion in code scanning, cover the
unwanted label and present the desired barcodes one by
one to the scanner.
Force EAN-8 to EAN-13 format enable
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EAN-13 first “0” can transmitted
To prevent confusion in code scanning, cover the
unwanted label and present the desired barcodes one by
one to the scanner.
EAN-13 first “0” can’t transmitted
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5. Transmit UPC-A check digit
Transmit UPC-A check digit enable
To prevent confusion in code scanning, cover the
unwanted label and present the desired barcodes one by
one to the scanner.
Transmit UPC-A check digit disable
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6. Transmit UPC-E leading character
Transmit UPC-E leading character enable
To prevent confusion in code scanning, cover the
unwanted label and present the desired barcodes one by
one to the scanner.
Transmit UPC-E leading character disable
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7. Transmit UPC-E check digit
Transmit UPC-E check digit enable
To prevent confusion in code scanning, cover the
unwanted label and present the desired barcodes one by
one to the scanner.
Transmit UPC-E check digit disable
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8. Transmit EAN-8 check digit
Transmit EAN-8 check digit enable
To prevent confusion in code scanning, cover the
unwanted label and present the desired barcodes one by
one to the scanner.
Transmit EAN-8 check digit disable
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9. Transmit EAN-13 check digit
Transmit EAN-13 check digit enable
To prevent confusion in code scanning, cover the
unwanted label and present the desired barcodes one by
one to the scanner.
Transmit EAN-13 check digit disable
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10. Transmit UPC-A leading character
Transmit UPC-A leading character enable
To prevent confusion in code scanning, cover the
unwanted label and present the desired barcodes one by
one to the scanner.
Transmit UPC-a leading character disable
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11. Addendum
UPC/EAN add on off
To prevent confusion in code scanning, cover the
unwanted label and present the desired barcodes one by
one to the scanner.
Add on 5 only
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Add on 2 only
To prevent confusion in code scanning, cover the
unwanted label and present the desired barcodes one by
one to the scanner.
Add on 2 or 5
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12. Add on format
Add on format with separator
To prevent confusion in code scanning, cover the
unwanted label and present the desired barcodes one by
one to the scanner.
Add on format without separator
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EAN/UPC +Add on (none mandatory)
To prevent confusion in code scanning, cover the
unwanted label and present the desired barcodes one by
one to the scanner.
EAN/UPC + Add on(mandatory)
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EAN/UPC + add on mandatory for 378/379 French Supplement
requirement not sent for other
To prevent confusion in code scanning, cover the
unwanted label and present the desired barcodes one by
one to the scanner.
EAN/UPC +add on mandatory for 978/977
book land Supplement requirements
Not sent for other
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EAN/UPC + addon mandatory for 434/439
German Supplement requirement
Not sent for other
To prevent confusion in code scanning, cover the
unwanted label and present the desired barcodes one by
one to the scanner.
EAN/UPC + add on mandatory for 419/414
Euro amounts Supplement requirement
not sent for other
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EAN/UPC + add on mandatory for 378/379
French Supplement requirement
optionally for other
To prevent confusion in code scanning, cover the
unwanted label and present the desired barcodes one by
one to the scanner.
EAN/UPC + add on mandatory for 978/977
Book land Supplement requirement
optionally for other
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EAN/UPC + add on mandatory for 434/439
German Supplement requirement
optionally for other
To prevent confusion in code scanning, cover the
unwanted label and present the desired barcodes one by
one to the scanner.
EAN/UPC + add on mandatory for 419/414
Euro amounts Supplement requirement
optionally for other
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EAN/UPC + add on mandatory for 491
Japanese (bookland) Supplement
requirement optionally for other
To prevent confusion in code scanning, cover the
unwanted label and present the desired barcodes one by
one to the scanner.
EAN/UPC + add on mandatory for 491
Japanese (bookland) Supplement
requirement Not sent for other
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Double code not allowed
To prevent confusion in code scanning, cover the
unwanted label and present the desired barcodes one by
one to the scanner.
Double code mandatory for 978/192
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Double code format without separator
To prevent confusion in code scanning, cover the
unwanted label and present the desired barcodes one by
one to the scanner.
Double code format with separator
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Double code format with free (one character)
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13. Data Redundant Check
In this section, user can set decoder data redundant check, before it
is accepted as a good read. A higher data redundant check read
setting offers more assurance that a barcode has been read
correctly, while a lower setting allows faster scanning performance.
UPC-A Data Redundant Check
UPC-A data redundant check = 0
To prevent confusion in code scanning, cover the
unwanted label and present the desired barcodes one by
one to the scanner.
UPC-A data redundant check = 1
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UPC-A data redundant check = 2
To prevent confusion in code scanning, cover the
unwanted label and present the desired barcodes one by
one to the scanner.
UPC-A data redundant check = 3
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UPC-E Data Redundant Check
UPC-E data redundant check = 0
To prevent confusion in code scanning, cover the
unwanted label and present the desired barcodes one by
one to the scanner.
UPC-E data redundant check = 1
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UPC-E data redundant check = 2
To prevent confusion in code scanning, cover the
unwanted label and present the desired barcodes one by
one to the scanner.
UPC-E data redundant check = 3
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EAN-13 Data Redundant Check
EAN-13 data redundant check = 0
To prevent confusion in code scanning, cover the
unwanted label and present the desired barcodes one by
one to the scanner.
EAN- 13 data redundant check = 1
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EAN-13 data redundant check = 2
To prevent confusion in code scanning, cover the
unwanted label and present the desired barcodes one by
one to the scanner.
EAN-13 data redundant check = 3
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EAN-8 Data Redundant Check
EAN-8 data redundant check = 0
To prevent confusion in code scanning, cover the
unwanted label and present the desired barcodes one by
one to the scanner.
EAN-8 data redundant check = 1
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EAN-8 data redundant check =2
To prevent confusion in code scanning, cover the
unwanted label and present the desired barcodes one by
one to the scanner.
EAN-8 data redundant check = 3
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2 digit addendum data redundant check
2 digit addendum data redundant check = 0
To prevent confusion in code scanning, cover the
unwanted label and present the desired barcodes one by
one to the scanner.
2 digit addendum data redundant check = 1
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2 digit addendum data redundant check = 2
To prevent confusion in code scanning, cover the
unwanted label and present the desired barcodes one by
one to the scanner.
2 digit addendum data redundant check = 3
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5 digit addendum data redundant check
5 digit addendum data redundant check = 0
To prevent confusion in code scanning, cover the
unwanted label and present the desired barcodes one by
one to the scanner.
5 digit addendum data redundant check = 1
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5 digit addendum data redundant check =2
To prevent confusion in code scanning, cover the
unwanted label and present the desired barcodes one by
one to the scanner.
5 digit addendum data redundant check = 3
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Addendum seek timeout
Addendum seek timeout =6
To prevent confusion in code scanning, cover the
unwanted label and present the desired barcodes one by
one to the scanner.
Addendum seek timeout=7
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Addendum seek timeout=8
To prevent confusion in code scanning, cover the
unwanted label and present the desired barcodes one by
one to the scanner.
Addendum seek timeout=9
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Addendum seek timeout=10
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Code 39 Parameters Setting
The scanner can be programmed to support the standard code 39
or Full ASCII code 39. In addition, it is user’s option to transmit or
not to transmit the start and stop characters. You can also enable
or disable the check digit feature. If the check digit feature is
enabled, you have the further option to decide whether the check
digit is transmitted or not.
Character Set
Standard code 39
To prevent confusion in code scanning, cover the
unwanted label and present the desired barcodes one by
one to the scanner.
FULL ASCII code 39
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Start/Stop Character Transmission
Code 39 start/stop character transmission
To prevent confusion in code scanning, cover the
unwanted label and present the desired barcodes one by
one to the scanner.
Code 39 start/stop character without transmission
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Check Digit
Code 39 check digit calculate and transmit
To prevent confusion in code scanning, cover the
unwanted label and present the desired barcodes one by
one to the scanner.
Code 39 check digit calculate but without transmit
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No check character
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1. Code 39 reading length setting
The default code 39 length is 3 ~32 character. It can be set at
minimum 1 digit and maximum 62 digits.
CODE LENGTH SETTING PROCESS
Programming Minimum or
Maximum label
Scan two number labels from
Code39 FULL ASCII table.
Example: For 4 character length,
scan 0 and 4
Scan Save setting to confirm
label to confirm your choice into
memory
Code 39 maximum length setting
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Code 39 minimum length setting
To prevent confusion in code scanning, cover the
unwanted label and present the desired barcodes one by
one to the scanner.
Save setting to confirm
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Concatenation
Code 39 concatenation enable
To prevent confusion in code scanning, cover the
unwanted label and present the desired barcodes one by
one to the scanner.
Code 39 concatenation disable
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Code 32 “A” Character Transmit
Code 32 (Italian pharmacy) transmit “A” character
To prevent confusion in code scanning, cover the
unwanted label and present the desired barcodes one by
one to the scanner.
Code 32(Italian pharmacy) without transmitting “A” character
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2.
Data Redundant Check
In this section, users can use labels to set decoder data redundant
check before it is accepted as a good read. A higher data
redundant check read setting offers more assurance that a barcode
has been read correctly while a lower setting allows faster scanning
performance.
Code 39 data redundant check = 0
To prevent confusion in code scanning, cover the
unwanted label and present the desired barcodes one by
one to the scanner.
Code 39 data redundant check = 1
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Code 39 data redundant check = 2
To prevent confusion in code scanning, cover the
unwanted label and present the desired barcodes one by
one to the scanner.
Code 39 data redundant check = 3
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CODABAR Parameters Setting
In this section, there are varies settings for Codabar symbology,
including:
• Check character verification or transmission
• CODABAR concatenation
• Data redundant check
• Start/Stop Characters
• Min./Max. length setting
1.
Format
Codabar start/stop character transmission ----none
To prevent confusion in code scanning, cover the
unwanted label and present the desired barcodes one by
one to the scanner.
Codabar start/stop character transmission ---- A,B,C,D
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Codabar start/stop character transmission ---- DC1~DC4
To prevent confusion in code scanning, cover the
unwanted label and present the desired barcodes one by
one to the scanner.
Codabar start/stop character transmission ---- a/t,b/n,c/*,d/e
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2.
CODABAR Reading Length Setting
The default CODABAR length is 6 ~32 character. It can be set at
minimum 1 digit and maximum 62 digits
CODE LENGTH SETTING PROCESS
Programming Minimum or
Maximum label
Scan two number labels from
Code39 FULL ASCII table.
Example: For 4 character length,
scan 0 and 4
Scan Save setting to confirm
label to confirm your choice into
memory
Codabar maximum length setting
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Codabar minimum length setting
To prevent confusion in code scanning, cover the
unwanted label and present the desired barcodes one by
one to the scanner.
Save setting to confirm
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3.
CODABAR Concatenation
Codabar concatenation disable
To prevent confusion in code scanning, cover the
unwanted label and present the desired barcodes one by
one to the scanner.
Codabar concatenation enable
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4.
Check digit
No check character
To prevent confusion in code scanning, cover the
unwanted label and present the desired barcodes one by
one to the scanner.
Check digits calculate but not transmit
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Check digit calculate and transmit
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5.
Data Redundant Check
In this section, users can set decoder data redundant check before
it is accepted as a good read. A higher data redundant check read
setting offers more assurance that a bar code has been read
correctly while a lower setting allows faster scanning performance.
Codabar data redundant check = 0
To prevent confusion in code scanning, cover the
unwanted label and present the desired barcodes one by
one to the scanner.
Codabar data redundant check = 1
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Codabar data redundant check = 2
To prevent confusion in code scanning, cover the
unwanted label and present the desired barcodes one by
one to the scanner.
Codabar data redundant check = 3
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Code 128 Parameters Setting
In this section, there are varies setting for Code 128 symbology,
including:
•
Check character verification or transmission
•
FNC2 concatenation
•
Data redundant check
•
FNC1 transmission for EAN-128
•
Min./Max. length setting
1.
Check Digit
No check character
To prevent confusion in code scanning, cover the
unwanted label and present the desired barcodes one by
one to the scanner.
Calculate but not transmit
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Calculate and transmit
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2.
Code 128 FNC2 concatenation
This function permits the temporary storage of a code in the
decoder if this code starts with FNC 2 character. The message
buffered will be concatenated and transmitted with the next code
having no FNC 2 character
Code 128 FNC2 concatenation enable
To prevent confusion in code scanning, cover the
unwanted label and present the desired barcodes one by
one to the scanner.
Code 128 FNC2 concatenation disable
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3.
Code 128 reading length setting
The default code 128 length is 3 ~62 character. It can be set at
minimum 1 digit and maximum 62 digits
CODE LENGTH SETTING PROCESS
Programming Minimum or
Maximum label
Scan two number labels from
Code39 FULL ASCII table.
Example: For 4 character length,
scan 0 and 4
Scan Save setting to confirm
label to confirm your choice into
memory
Code 128 maximum length setting
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Code 128 minimum length setting
To prevent confusion in code scanning, cover the
unwanted label and present the desired barcodes one by
one to the scanner.
Save setting to confirm
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4.
EAN-128 FNC1 CHARACTER
EAN-128 FNC1 Character transmitted
To prevent confusion in code scanning, cover the
unwanted label and present the desired barcodes one by
one to the scanner.
EAN-128 FNC1 not character transmitted
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5.
Data Redundant Check
In this section, users can set decoder data redundant check before
it is accepted as a good read. A higher data redundant check read
setting offers more assurance that a bar code has been read
correctly while a lower setting allows faster scanning performance
Code 128 data redundant check = 0
To prevent confusion in code scanning, cover the
unwanted label and present the desired barcodes one by
one to the scanner.
Code 128 data redundant check = 1
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Code 128 data redundant check = 2
To prevent confusion in code scanning, cover the
unwanted label and present the desired barcodes one by
one to the scanner.
Code 128 data redundant check = 3
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ITF 2 of 5 Parameters Setting
In this section, there are varies ITF 2 of 5 symbology including:
•
Check character verification or transmission
•
Data redundant check
•
Two fixed length setting
•
Min./Max. length setting
1.
Check Digit
ITF 2 of 5 no check character
To prevent confusion in code scanning, cover the
unwanted label and present the desired barcodes one by
one to the scanner.
ITF 2 of 5 check digit calculate and transmit
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ITF 2 of 5 check digit calculate but without transmit
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2.
ITF 2 of 5 reading length setting
The default ITF 2 of 5 length is 6 ~32 character. It can be set at
minimum 2 digit and maximum 62 digits
CODE LENGTH SETTING PROCESS
Programming Minimum or
Maximum label
Scan two number labels from
Code39 FULL ASCII table.
Example: For 4 character length,
scan 0 and 4
Scan Save setting to confirm
label to confirm your choice into
memory
ITF 2 of 5 code maximum length setting
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ITF 2 of 5 code minimum length setting
To prevent confusion in code scanning, cover the
unwanted label and present the desired barcodes one by
one to the scanner.
Save setting to confirm
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ITF 2 of 5 one fixed length setting
To prevent confusion in code scanning, cover the
unwanted label and present the desired barcodes one by
one to the scanner.
ITF 2 of 5 two fixed length setting
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3.
Data Redundant Check
In this section, users can set decoder data redundant check, before
it is accepted as a good read. A higher data redundant check read
setting offers more assurance that a bar code has been read
correctly, while a lower setting allows faster scanning performance
ITF 25 data redundant check =0
To prevent confusion in code scanning, cover the
unwanted label and present the desired barcodes one by
one to the scanner.
ITF 25 data redundant check = 1
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ITF 25 data redundant check = 2
To prevent confusion in code scanning, cover the
unwanted label and present the desired barcodes one by
one to the scanner.
ITF 25 data redundant check = 3
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Chinese Post Code Parameters Setting
In this section, there are varies Chinese post code symbologies
including:
•
Data redundant check
•
Min./Max. length setting
1.
Chinese Post Code Reading Length Setting
The default Chinese post code length is 10 ~32 character. It can
be set at minimum 1 digit and maximum 62 digits.
In order to avoid missing characters when scanning is
incomplete, we recommend using a short-range length or fixed
length.
CODE LENGTH SETTING PROCESS
Programming Minimum or
Maximum label
Scan two number labels from
Code39 FULL ASCII table.
Example: For 4 character length,
scan 0 and 4
Scan Save setting to confirm
label to confirm your choice into
memory
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Chinese post code maximum length setting
To prevent confusion in code scanning, cover the
unwanted label and present the desired barcodes one by
one to the scanner.
Chinese post code minimum length setting
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Save setting to confirm
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2.
Data Redundant Check
The option allows you to set decoder data redundant check before it
is accepted as a good read. A higher data redundant check read
setting offers more assurance that a bar code has been read
correctly while a lower setting allows faster scanning performance
Chinese post code data redundant check = 0
To prevent confusion in code scanning, cover the
unwanted label and present the desired barcodes one by
one to the scanner.
Chinese post code data redundant check = 1
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Chinese post code data redundant check = 2
To prevent confusion in code scanning, cover the
unwanted label and present the desired barcodes one by
one to the scanner.
Chinese post code data redundant check = 3
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MSI/PLESSY Code Parameters Setting
In this section, there are varies set up for Chinese post code
symbology, including:
•
Check character verification or transmission
•
Data redundant check
•
Min./Max. length setting
1.
Double Check Digit
MSI/PLESSY double check digit calculate but not transmit
To prevent confusion in code scanning, cover the
unwanted label and present the desired barcodes one by
one to the scanner.
MSI/PLESSY double check digit without calculate and transmit
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MSI/PLESSY double check digit calculate but only first digit
transmit
To prevent confusion in code scanning, cover the
unwanted label and present the desired barcodes one by
one to the scanner.
MSI/PLESSY double check digit calculate and both transmit
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2.
Single Check Digit
MSI/PLESSY single check digit calculate but without transmission
To prevent confusion in code scanning, cover the
unwanted label and present the desired barcodes one by
one to the scanner.
MSI/Plessy single check digit calculate and transmit
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3.
MSI/PLESSY code reading length setting
The default MSI/PLESSY code length is 6~32 character. It can be
set at minimum 1 digit and maximum 62 digits
CODE LENGTH SETTING PROCESS
Programming Minimum or
Maximum label
Scan two number labels from
Code39 FULL ASCII table.
Example: For 4 character length,
scan 0 and 4
Scan Save setting to confirm
label to confirm your choice into
memory
MSI/PLESSY maximum length setting
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MSI/PLESSY minimum length setting
To prevent confusion in code scanning, cover the
unwanted label and present the desired barcodes one by
one to the scanner.
Save setting to confirm
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4.
Data Redundant Check
The option allows you to set decoder data redundant check before it
is accepted as a good read. A higher data redundant check read
setting offers more assurance that a barcode has been read
correctly while a lower setting allows faster scanning performance
MSI data redundant check = 0
To prevent confusion in code scanning, cover the
unwanted label and present the desired barcodes one by
one to the scanner.
MSI data redundant check = 1
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MSI data redundant check = 2
To prevent confusion in code scanning, cover the
unwanted label and present the desired barcodes one by
one to the scanner.
MSI data redundant check = 3
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Code 93 Parameters Setting
In this section, there are varies set up for Code 93 symbology,
including:
•
Check character verification or transmission
•
Data redundant check
•
Min./Max. length setting
1.
Check Digit
Code 93 check digit calculate but without transmit
To prevent confusion in code scanning, cover the
unwanted label and present the desired barcodes one by
one to the scanner.
Code 93 check digit not calculate and without transmit
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Code 93 check digit calculate and transmit
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2.
Code 93 code reading length setting
The default Code 93 code length is 3 ~32 character. It can be set at
minimum 1 digit and maximum 62 digits.
CODE LENGTH SETTING PROCESS
Programming Minimum or
Maximum label
Scan two number labels from
Code39 FULL ASCII table.
Example: For 4 character length,
scan 0 and 4
Scan Save setting to confirm
label to confirm your choice into
memory
Code 93 maximum length setting
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Code 93 minimum length setting
To prevent confusion in code scanning, cover the
unwanted label and present the desired barcodes one by
one to the scanner.
Save setting to confirm
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3.
Data Redundant Check
The option allows you to set decoder data redundant check before it
is accepted as a good read. A higher data redundant check read
setting offers more assurance that a barcode has been read
correctly while a lower setting allows faster scanning performance.
Code 93 data redundant check = 0
To prevent confusion in code scanning, cover the
unwanted label and present the desired barcodes one by
one to the scanner.
Code 93 data redundant check = 1
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Code 93 data redundant check = 2
To prevent confusion in code scanning, cover the
unwanted label and present the desired barcodes one by
one to the scanner.
Code 93 data redundant check = 3
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GS1 DATABAR Parameters Setting
NOTE:
1. There are 7 types of barcodes in the GS1 DataBar family and
they are categorized into three groups in this programming
guide. Barcode types in the same group use the same barcodes
for setting
2. Before start, contact your distributor to make sure if your model
and firmware version support GS1 DataBar.
Group
Group 1
Group 2
Group 3
Representative
Contents
GS1 DataBar Omnidirectional GS1 DataBar Omnidirectional
GS1 DataBar Truncated
(Formally RSS-14)
GS1 DataBar Stacked
GS1 DataBar Stacked Omnidirectional
GS1 DataBar Limited
GS1 DataBar Limited
(Formally RSS Limited)
GS1 DataBar Expanded
GS1 DataBar Expanded
GS1 DataBar Expanded Stacked
(Formally RSS Expanded)
GS1 DataBar Omnidirectional enable
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GS1 DataBar Omnidirectional disable
To prevent confusion in code scanning, cover the
unwanted label and present the desired barcodes one by
one to the scanner.
GS1 DataBar Limited enable
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GS1 DataBar Limited disable
To prevent confusion in code scanning, cover the
unwanted label and present the desired barcodes one by
one to the scanner.
GS1 DataBar Expanded enable
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GS1 DataBar Expanded disable
To prevent confusion in code scanning, cover the
unwanted label and present the desired barcodes one by
one to the scanner.
Transmit GS1 DataBar Omnidirectional check digit
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Do not transmit GS1 DataBar Omnidirectional check digit
To prevent confusion in code scanning, cover the
unwanted label and present the desired barcodes one by
one to the scanner.
Transmit GS1 DataBar application ID (01)
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Do not transmit GS1 DataBar application ID (01)
To prevent confusion in code scanning, cover the
unwanted label and present the desired barcodes one by
one to the scanner.
GS1 DataBar Omnidirectional/EAN-128 emulation enable (]C1)
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GS1 DataBar Omnidirectional/EAN-128 emulation disable (]C1)
To prevent confusion in code scanning, cover the
unwanted label and present the desired barcodes one by
one to the scanner.
Transmit GS1 DataBar Limited check digit
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Do not transmit GS1 DataBar Limited check digit
To prevent confusion in code scanning, cover the
unwanted label and present the desired barcodes one by
one to the scanner.
Transmit GS1 DataBar Limited application ID (01)
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Do not transmit GS1 DataBar Limited application ID (01)
To prevent confusion in code scanning, cover the
unwanted label and present the desired barcodes one by
one to the scanner.
Transit GS1 DataBar Expanded check digit
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Do not transmit GS1 DataBar Expanded check digit
To prevent confusion in code scanning, cover the
unwanted label and present the desired barcodes one by
one to the scanner.
Enable transmit AI(01) of expanded
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Disable transmit AI(01) of expanded
To prevent confusion in code scanning, cover the
unwanted label and present the desired barcodes one by
one to the scanner.
GS1 DataBar Expanded/EAN-128 emulation enable (]C1)
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GS1 DataBar Expanded/EAN-128 emulation disable (]C1)
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Full ASCII Code Table
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Full ASCII --- NUL
To prevent confusion in code scanning, cover the
unwanted label and present the desired barcodes one by
one to the scanner.
Full ASCII ---- SOH
(Function Key---Ins)
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Full ASCII ----STX
(Function Key---Del)
To prevent confusion in code scanning, cover the
unwanted label and present the desired barcodes one by
one to the scanner.
Full ASCII ---- ETX
(Function Key---Home)
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Full ASCII ---- EOT
(Function Key---End)
To prevent confusion in code scanning, cover the
unwanted label and present the desired barcodes one by
one to the scanner.
Full ASCII ---- ENQ
(Function Key---Up arrow)
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Full ASCII ---- ACK
(Function Key---Down arrow)
To prevent confusion in code scanning, cover the
unwanted label and present the desired barcodes one by
one to the scanner.
Full ASCII ---- BEL
(Function Key---Left arrow)
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Full ASCII ---- BS
(Function Key---Backspace)
To prevent confusion in code scanning, cover the
unwanted label and present the desired barcodes one by
one to the scanner.
Full ASCII ---- HT
(Function Key---Tab)
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Full ASCII ---- LF
(Function Key---Enter(num))
To prevent confusion in code scanning, cover the
unwanted label and present the desired barcodes one by
one to the scanner.
Full ASCII ---- VT
(Function Key---Right arrow)
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Full ASCII ---- FF
(Function Key---PgUp)
To prevent confusion in code scanning, cover the
unwanted label and present the desired barcodes one by
one to the scanner.
Full ASCII ---- CR
(Function Key---Enter(alphabet))
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Full ASCII ---- SO
(Function Key---PgDn)
To prevent confusion in code scanning, cover the
unwanted label and present the desired barcodes one by
one to the scanner.
Full ASCII ---- SI
(Function Key---Shift)
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Full ASCII ---- DLE
(Function Key---5(num))
To prevent confusion in code scanning, cover the
unwanted label and present the desired barcodes one by
one to the scanner.
Full ASCII ---- DC1
(Function Key---F1)
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Full ASCII ---- DC2
(Function Key---F2)
To prevent confusion in code scanning, cover the
unwanted label and present the desired barcodes one by
one to the scanner.
Full ASCII ---- DC3
(Function Key---F3)
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Full ASCII ---- DC4
(Function Key---F4)
To prevent confusion in code scanning, cover the
unwanted label and present the desired barcodes one by
one to the scanner.
Full ASCII ---- NAK
(Function Key---F5)
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Full ASCII ---- SYN
(Function Key---F6)
To prevent confusion in code scanning, cover the
unwanted label and present the desired barcodes one by
one to the scanner.
Full ASCII ---- ETB
(Function Key---F7)
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Full ASCII ---- CAN
(Function Key---F8)
To prevent confusion in code scanning, cover the
unwanted label and present the desired barcodes one by
one to the scanner.
Full ASCII ---- EN
(Function Key---F9)
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Full ASCII ---- SUB
(Function Key---F10)
To prevent confusion in code scanning, cover the
unwanted label and present the desired barcodes one by
one to the scanner.
Full ASCII ---- ESC
(Function Key---F11)
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Full ASCII ---- FS
(Function Key---F12)
To prevent confusion in code scanning, cover the
unwanted label and present the desired barcodes one by
one to the scanner.
Full ASCII ---- GS
(Function Key---ESC)
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Full ASCII ---- RS
(Function Key---Ctl(L))
To prevent confusion in code scanning, cover the
unwanted label and present the desired barcodes one by
one to the scanner.
Full ASCII ---- US
(Function Key---Alt(L))
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Full ASCII ---- SP
To prevent confusion in code scanning, cover the
unwanted label and present the desired barcodes one by
one to the scanner.
Full ASCII ---- !
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Full ASCII ---- “
To prevent confusion in code scanning, cover the
unwanted label and present the desired barcodes one by
one to the scanner.
Full ASCII ---- #
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Full ASCII ---- $
To prevent confusion in code scanning, cover the
unwanted label and present the desired barcodes one by
one to the scanner.
Full ASCII ---- %
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Full ASCII ---- &
To prevent confusion in code scanning, cover the
unwanted label and present the desired barcodes one by
one to the scanner.
Full ASCII ---- ‘
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Full ASCII ---- (
To prevent confusion in code scanning, cover the
unwanted label and present the desired barcodes one by
one to the scanner.
Full ASCII ---- )
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Full ASCII ---- *
To prevent confusion in code scanning, cover the
unwanted label and present the desired barcodes one by
one to the scanner.
Full ASCII ---- +
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Full ASCII ---- ,
To prevent confusion in code scanning, cover the
unwanted label and present the desired barcodes one by
one to the scanner.
Full ASCII ---- -
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Full ASCII ---- .
To prevent confusion in code scanning, cover the
unwanted label and present the desired barcodes one by
one to the scanner.
Full ASCII ---- /
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Full ASCII ---- 0
To prevent confusion in code scanning, cover the
unwanted label and present the desired barcodes one by
one to the scanner.
Full ASCII ---- 1
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Full ASCII ---- 2
To prevent confusion in code scanning, cover the
unwanted label and present the desired barcodes one by
one to the scanner.
Full ASCII ---- 3
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Full ASCII ---- 4
To prevent confusion in code scanning, cover the
unwanted label and present the desired barcodes one by
one to the scanner.
Full ASCII ---- 5
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Full ASCII ---- 6
To prevent confusion in code scanning, cover the
unwanted label and present the desired barcodes one by
one to the scanner.
Full ASCII ---- 7
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Full ASCII ---- 8
To prevent confusion in code scanning, cover the
unwanted label and present the desired barcodes one by
one to the scanner.
Full ASCII ----9
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Full ASCII ---- :
To prevent confusion in code scanning, cover the
unwanted label and present the desired barcodes one by
one to the scanner.
Full ASCII ---- ;
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Full ASCII ---- <
To prevent confusion in code scanning, cover the
unwanted label and present the desired barcodes one by
one to the scanner.
Full ASCII ---- =
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Full ASCII ---- >
To prevent confusion in code scanning, cover the
unwanted label and present the desired barcodes one by
one to the scanner.
Full ASCII ---- ?
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Full ASCII ---- @
To prevent confusion in code scanning, cover the
unwanted label and present the desired barcodes one by
one to the scanner.
Full ASCII ---- A
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Full ASCII ---- B
To prevent confusion in code scanning, cover the
unwanted label and present the desired barcodes one by
one to the scanner.
Full ASCII ---- C
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Full ASCII ---- D
To prevent confusion in code scanning, cover the
unwanted label and present the desired barcodes one by
one to the scanner.
Full ASCII ---- E
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Full ASCII ---- F
To prevent confusion in code scanning, cover the
unwanted label and present the desired barcodes one by
one to the scanner.
Full ASCII ---- G
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Full ASCII ---- H
To prevent confusion in code scanning, cover the
unwanted label and present the desired barcodes one by
one to the scanner.
Full ASCII ---- I
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Full ASCII ---- J
To prevent confusion in code scanning, cover the
unwanted label and present the desired barcodes one by
one to the scanner.
Full ASCII ---- K
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Full ASCII ---- L
To prevent confusion in code scanning, cover the
unwanted label and present the desired barcodes one by
one to the scanner.
Full ASCII ---- M
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Full ASCII ---- N
To prevent confusion in code scanning, cover the
unwanted label and present the desired barcodes one by
one to the scanner.
Full ASCII ---- O
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Full ASCII ---- P
To prevent confusion in code scanning, cover the
unwanted label and present the desired barcodes one by
one to the scanner.
Full ASCII ---- Q
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Full ASCII ---- R
To prevent confusion in code scanning, cover the
unwanted label and present the desired barcodes one by
one to the scanner.
Full ASCII ---- S
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Full ASCII ---- T
To prevent confusion in code scanning, cover the
unwanted label and present the desired barcodes one by
one to the scanner.
Full ASCII ---- U
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Full ASCII ---- V
To prevent confusion in code scanning, cover the
unwanted label and present the desired barcodes one by
one to the scanner.
Full ASCII ---- W
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Full ASCII ---- X
To prevent confusion in code scanning, cover the
unwanted label and present the desired barcodes one by
one to the scanner.
Full ASCII ---- Y
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Full ASCII ---- Z
To prevent confusion in code scanning, cover the
unwanted label and present the desired barcodes one by
one to the scanner.
Full ASCII ---- [
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Full ASCII ---- \
To prevent confusion in code scanning, cover the
unwanted label and present the desired barcodes one by
one to the scanner.
Full ASCII ---- ]
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Full ASCII ---- ^
To prevent confusion in code scanning, cover the
unwanted label and present the desired barcodes one by
one to the scanner.
Full ASCII ---- _
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Full ASCII ---- `
To prevent confusion in code scanning, cover the
unwanted label and present the desired barcodes one by
one to the scanner.
Full ASCII ---- a
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Full ASCII ---- b
To prevent confusion in code scanning, cover the
unwanted label and present the desired barcodes one by
one to the scanner.
Full ASCII ---- c
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Full ASCII ---- d
To prevent confusion in code scanning, cover the
unwanted label and present the desired barcodes one by
one to the scanner.
Full ASCII ---- e
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Full ASCII ---- f
To prevent confusion in code scanning, cover the
unwanted label and present the desired barcodes one by
one to the scanner.
Full ASCII ---- g
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Full ASCII ---- h
To prevent confusion in code scanning, cover the
unwanted label and present the desired barcodes one by
one to the scanner.
Full ASCII ---- i
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Full ASCII ---- j
To prevent confusion in code scanning, cover the
unwanted label and present the desired barcodes one by
one to the scanner.
Full ASCII ---- k
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Full ASCII ---- l
To prevent confusion in code scanning, cover the
unwanted label and present the desired barcodes one by
one to the scanner.
Full ASCII ---- m
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Full ASCII ---- n
To prevent confusion in code scanning, cover the
unwanted label and present the desired barcodes one by
one to the scanner.
Full ASCII ---- o
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Full ASCII ---- p
To prevent confusion in code scanning, cover the
unwanted label and present the desired barcodes one by
one to the scanner.
Full ASCII ---- q
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Full ASCII ---- r
To prevent confusion in code scanning, cover the
unwanted label and present the desired barcodes one by
one to the scanner.
Full ASCII ---- s
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Full ASCII ---- t
To prevent confusion in code scanning, cover the
unwanted label and present the desired barcodes one by
one to the scanner.
Full ASCII ---- u
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Full ASCII ---- v
To prevent confusion in code scanning, cover the
unwanted label and present the desired barcodes one by
one to the scanner.
Full ASCII ---- w
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Full ASCII ---- x
To prevent confusion in code scanning, cover the
unwanted label and present the desired barcodes one by
one to the scanner.
Full ASCII ---- y
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Full ASCII ---- z
To prevent confusion in code scanning, cover the
unwanted label and present the desired barcodes one by
one to the scanner.
Full ASCII ---- {
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Full ASCII ---- |
To prevent confusion in code scanning, cover the
unwanted label and present the desired barcodes one by
one to the scanner.
Full ASCII ---- }
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Full ASCII ---- ~
To prevent confusion in code scanning, cover the
unwanted label and present the desired barcodes one by
one to the scanner.
Full ASCII ---- DEL
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APPENDIXES
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APPENDIX A
CODE 39 FULL ASCII CODE TABLE
ASCII
NUL
SOH
STX
ETX
EOT
ENQ
ACK
BEL
BS
HT
LF
VT
FF
CR
SO
SI
DLE
DC1
DC2
DC3
DC4
NAK
SYN
ETB
CAN
EM
SUB
ESC
FS
GS
RS
US
SP
!
"
#
$
CODE 39
%U
$A
$B
$C
$D
$E
$F
$G
$H
$I
$J
$K
$L
$M
$N
$O
$P
$Q
$R
$S
$T
$U
$V
$W
$X
$Y
$Z
%A
%B
%C
%D
%E
SP
/A
/B
/C
/D
VALEUR HEXA.
00
01
02
03
04
05
06
07
08
09
0A
0B
0C
0D
0E
0F
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
1A
1B
1C
1D
1E
1F
20
21
22
23
24
ASCII
%
&
'
(
)
*
+
,
.
/
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
:
;
<
=
>
?
@
A
B
C
D
E
F
G
H
I
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/E
/F
/G
/H
/I
/J
/K
/L
.
/
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
/Z
%F
%G
%H
%I
%J
%V
A
B
C
D
E
F
G
H
I
VALEUR HEXA.
25
26
27
28
29
2A
2B
2C
2D
2E
2F
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
3A
3B
3C
3D
3E
3F
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
49
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CODE 39 FULL ASCII CODE TABLE
ASCII
CODE 39
VALEUR HEXA.
ASCII
J
J
4A
e
+E
65
K
K
4B
f
+F
66
L
L
4C
g
+G
67
M
M
4D
h
+H
68
N
N
4E
i
+I
69
O
O
4F
j
+J
6A
P
P
50
k
+K
6B
Q
Q
51
l
+L
6C
R
R
52
m
+M
6D
S
S
53
n
+N
6E
T
T
54
o
+O
6F
U
U
55
p
+P
70
V
V
56
q
+Q
71
W
W
57
r
+R
72
X
X
58
s
+S
73
Y
Y
59
t
+T
74
Z
Z
5A
u
+U
75
[
%K
5B
v
+V
76
\
%L
5C
w
+W
77
]
%M
5D
x
+X
78
^
%N
5E
y
+Y
79
_
%O
5F
z
+Z
7A
`
%W
60
{
%P
7B
a
+A
61
|
%Q
7C
b
+B
62
}
%R
7D
c
+C
63
~
%S
7E
d
+D
64
DEL
%T
7F
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APPENDIX B
FUNCTION KEY EMULATION
FUNCTION KEY ASCII
CODE 39
FUNCTION KEY ASCII
CODE 39
Ins
$A
01
F1
$Q
11
Del
$B
02
F2
$R
12
Home
$C
03
F3
$S
13
End
$D
04
F4
$T
14
Up
$E
05
F5
$U
15
Down
$F
06
F6
$V
16
Left
$G
07
F7
$W
17
Backspace
$H
08
F8
$X
18
TAB
$I
09
F9
$Y
19
Enter(num)
$J
0A
F10
$Z
1A
Right
$K
0B
F11
%A
1B
PgUp
$L
0C
F12
%B
1C
Enter
$M
0D
ESC
%C
1D
PgDn
$N
0E
Ctl(L)
%D
1E
shift
$O
0F
Alt(L)
%E
1F
5 (num)
$P
10
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Enter/Exit programming
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