Magellan™ 8300/8400
Product Reference Guide
Datalogic ADC, Inc.
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Table of Contents
Chapter 1. INTRODUCTION...................................................................................................................................... 1
Manual Overview ............................................................................................................................................... 1
Technical Support .............................................................................................................................................. 4
Scanner and Scanner/Scale Features ............................................................................................................. 5
Connections ........................................................................................................................................................ 6
Physical Parameters ......................................................................................................................................... 7
Electrical Specifications .................................................................................................................................... 9
Bar Codes Supported ....................................................................................................................................... 10
Chapter 2. SITE PREPARATION AND INSTALLATION.......................................................................................... 11
Models .............................................................................................................................................................. 12
Pre-Installation Considerations .................................................................................................................... 13
Checkstand Design .......................................................................................................................................... 14
Scanner Installation ........................................................................................................................................ 15
Scanner Maintenance ..................................................................................................................................... 15
References ........................................................................................................................................................ 15
Scanner Usage ................................................................................................................................................. 16
Site Preparation Overview .............................................................................................................................. 16
Ventilation and Spacing .................................................................................................................................. 18
Service Access .................................................................................................................................................. 20
Power Installation ........................................................................................................................................... 20
Checkstand Preparation ................................................................................................................................. 21
Counter Cutout ................................................................................................................................................. 22
Installation Overview ...................................................................................................................................... 30
Remote Scale Display Placement/Installation ............................................................................................ 37
Set-Up & Installation ...................................................................................................................................... 42
System Power-Up Recap ................................................................................................................................ 48
Chapter 3. OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE...................................................................................................... 51
Operational Controls ....................................................................................................................................... 54
Operational Modes .......................................................................................................................................... 54
Additional Functions ....................................................................................................................................... 57
Operational Maintenance ............................................................................................................................... 60
Chapter 4. PROBLEM ISOLATION ......................................................................................................................... 67
Diagnostic Procedures .................................................................................................................................... 68
Error Codes ....................................................................................................................................................... 69
Scale Error Reporting ...................................................................................................................................... 72
Flowcharts ........................................................................................................................................................ 73
Chapter 5. CALIBRATION ....................................................................................................................................... 81
Description of Calibration Sequence ............................................................................................................. 82
Motion Test ....................................................................................................................................................... 83
Automatic Zero Tracking Test ........................................................................................................................ 83
Preparing the Scanner/Scale for Calibration ............................................................................................... 84
Calibrating the Scale (Pounds & Kilograms) ................................................................................................. 84
Calibration Verification (U.S. Pounds) ........................................................................................................... 87
Calibration Verification (Kilograms) .............................................................................................................. 91
Chapter 6. PROGRAMMING .................................................................................................................................. 95
Introduction to Label Programming .............................................................................................................. 95
Understanding the Basics .............................................................................................................................. 95
Integrating the Scanner With Your Host System ......................................................................................... 96
Programming Overview .................................................................................................................................. 98
LED and Beeper Indicators ........................................................................................................................... 104
General Scanner Features ............................................................................................................................ 106
Indication Features ....................................................................................................................................... 126
Scale Features ................................................................................................................................................ 137
EAS Features .................................................................................................................................................. 146
Interface Related Features ........................................................................................................................... 148
IBM Features .................................................................................................................................................. 181
RS-232 Features ............................................................................................................................................ 189
Single Cable RS-232 Options ........................................................................................................................ 222
Keyboard Wedge/USB Keyboard Features ................................................................................................ 237
Symbology Programming ............................................................................................................................. 253
UPC-A Enable ................................................................................................................................................. 255
UPC-E Enable ................................................................................................................................................. 265
EAN-13 Enable ............................................................................................................................................... 276
EAN-8 Enable ................................................................................................................................................. 287
Other UPC/EAN Options ............................................................................................................................... 310
GTIN Enable .................................................................................................................................................... 342
DataBar Omnidirectional Enable ................................................................................................................. 347
DataBar Expanded Enable ............................................................................................................................ 352
Code 39 Enable ............................................................................................................................................... 360
Pharmacode 39 Enable ................................................................................................................................. 374
Code 128 Enable ............................................................................................................................................ 378
EAN-128 Enable ............................................................................................................................................. 389
Interleaved 2 of 5 (I 2 of 5) Enable ............................................................................................................... 391
Standard 2 of 5 (Std 2 of 5) Enable ..............................................................................................................402
Codabar Enable .............................................................................................................................................. 413
Code 93 Enable ............................................................................................................................................... 429
MSI/Plessey Enable ...................................................................................................................................... 438
Appendix A. LED/BEEPER INDICATIONS & CONTROLS...................................................................................... 451
Controls and Indicators ................................................................................................................................. 451
Appendix B. CABLE INFORMATION...................................................................................................................... 459
Introduction .................................................................................................................................................... 459
RS-232 Cable Pinout ..................................................................................................................................... 460
IBM Cable Pinout ........................................................................................................................................... 462
OEM USB Cable Pinout .................................................................................................................................. 463
Auxiliary Port .................................................................................................................................................. 464
Power Cable .................................................................................................................................................... 465
Remote Display .............................................................................................................................................. 466
EAS Comm Port (Sensormatic systems ONLY) ........................................................................................ 467
Appendix C. KEYPAD.............................................................................................................................................. 469
Appendix D. HOST COMMANDS............................................................................................................................ 477
Accepting Commands from an RS-232 Scanner Host ............................................................................... 477
Appendix E. KEYBOARD FUNCTION KEY MAPPINGS ......................................................................................... 479
Keyboard Model Cross Reference ................................................................................................................ 479
Appendix F. FACTORY DEFAULTS......................................................................................................................... 489
Appendix G. HANDHELD DATA FORMAT REQUIREMENTS ................................................................................ 515
Chapter 1
Introduction
Manual Overview
How to Use This Manual
Manual Conventions
NOTE
LEGAL
NOTE
Technical Support
Datalogic Website Support
Reseller Technical Support
Telephone Technical Support
Scanner and Scanner/Scale Features
Figure 1. Scanner/Scale Features
Connections
Figure 2. Connectors
Physical Parameters
Scanning
Deactivating EAS Labels
Weighing
Rated Weight Capacity
Minimum Increment
Maximum Static Weight (Overload)
Automatic Zero Maintenance
Warm-Up Time
NOTE
Thermal Equilibrium
Power-up
User Configurable Warm-up
NOTE
Figure 3. Environmental Specifications
Electrical Specifications
Bar Codes Supported
Retail Codes
Industrial Codes
Dual Bar Codes for Japan (2 label read)
NOTE
Chapter 2
Site Preparation and Installation
Models
Figure 4. Model Examples
Figure 5. Flanged and Shelf Model Examples
Figure 6. Produce Bar and Produce Rail
Pre-Installation Considerations
Checkstand Design
Scanner Installation
Scanner Maintenance
References
Scanner Usage
Site Preparation Overview
Ventilation Requirements —
Service Access Requirements —
Recommended Power Installation —
Counter Preparation —
Liquid Drainage —
Leveling —
Cable Routing —
Remote Scale Display Placement —
Vertical Clearance —
Figure 7. Vertical Clearance
Ventilation and Spacing
NOTE
Figure 8. Debris Chutes & Ventilation Slots
Service Access
Power Installation
Grounding
Checkstand Preparation
Figure 9. Installation Overview
Liquid Spills and Moisture
Counter Cutout
Table 1. Cut-Out Dimension References
MODEL(s)
TYPE
FLANGE / SHELF
OPTION
DIMENSIONAL
REFERENCE
Figure 10. Typical Checkstand Design & Cutout Location
Figure 11. Short Shelf Model 8301/8401 Cutout Dimensions
Figure 12. Short Shelf Model 8301/8401 Scanner Reference Dimensions
Figure 13. Medium Shelf Models 8302/8304/8402/8404 Cutout Dimensions
Figure 14. Medium Shelf Models 8302/8304/8402/8404 Reference Dimensions
Figure 15. Medium Flanged Models 8302/8304/8402/8404 Cutout Dimensions
Figure 16. Medium Flanged Models 8302/8304/8402/8404 Ref. Dimensions
Figure 17. Long Shelf Models 8303/8305/8403/8405 Cutout Dimensions
Figure 18. Long Shelf Models 8303/8305/8403/8405 Reference Dimensions
Figure 19. Long Flanged Models 8303/8305/8403/8405 Cutout Dimensions
Figure 20. Long Flanged Models 8303/8305/8403/8405 Reference Dimensions
Checkstand Mounting
NOTE
Checkstand Vibration
Installation Overview
Unpacking
.
NOTE
Figure 21. Remove Protective Vinyl
Operational Verification
EAS units ONLY:
Scanner/Scale units ONLY:
NOTE
Scanner —
NOTE
EAS System —
Scale —
Remote Scale Display —
Diagnostic Modes
Scanner Diagnostic Mode
Scale Diagnostic Mode
Cables & Connections
Figure 22. Cable Routing
Figure 23. Physical Measurements: AC/DC Adapter
Remote Scale Display Placement/Installation
Lighting Considerations
Viewing Angle
NOTE
Figure 24. Modular/Adjustable Remote Scale Display
Remote Display Cabling
NOTE
Placing and Installing the Remote Scale Display
Figure 25. Physical Measurements: Remote Display
Figure 26. Remote Scale Display Mounting
Figure 27. Remote Scale Display Mounting Template
Changing Weighing Modes
NOTE
Set-Up & Installation
Set-up
Figure 28. Connecting Cables to the Scanner/Scale
Installation
NOTE
Figure 29. Removing the Platter
Figure 30. Using the Lift Handles
Figure 31. Using the Bubble Level
NOTE
Figure 32. Adaptive Scale Platter Option
Figure 33. Removing the Adaptive Scale Spacers
System Power-Up Recap
NOTE
NOTES
Chapter 3
Operation and Maintenance
Scanning Items
NOTE
Figure 34. Scan Zone
Proper Scanning Technique
Deactivating Security Labels
Proper Weighing Technique
NOTE
Figure 35. All-Weighs™ Platter & Item Placement
Operational Controls
Operational Modes
Power-Up/Selftest & Pre-Operation
Power-Up/Selftest
NOTE
Error Reporting
Operational Configuration
Operating Mode
Normal Operation
NOTE
Sleep Mode
Additional Functions
Programming
Diagnostic Mode
Scanner and Scale Reset
Scale Adjustments
Zeroing the Scale
Calibrating the Scale
Operational Maintenance
Vertical Scan Window Replacement
Standard Vertical Scan Window Removal
Figure 36. Removing/Reinstalling the Vertical Bezel
L-Platter Vertical Scan Window Removal
Figure 37. L-Platter Removal/Reinstallation
NOTE
Figure 38. Vertical Scan Window Removal/Replacement
Horizontal Scan Window Replacement (WRG)
NOTE
Figure 39. Removing/Replacing the WRG Window
NOTES
Chapter 4
Problem Isolation
Power-Up Selftest
Operational Tests
Diagnostic Tests
Diagnostic Procedures
Error Codes
NOTE
Table 2. Error Codes
Error
Code
Probable Cause
Corrective Action
Figure 40. 7-Segment LED Display
Scale Error Reporting
Remote
Display
Scale Status
Lamp
Problem
Description
Action Required
Flowcharts
Figure 41. Problem Isolation: Start
Figure 42. Problem Isolation: Selftest
Figure 43. Problem Isolation: Poor/No Reading
Figure 44. Problem Isolation: No Transmit to POS
Figure 45. Problem Isolation: Scale
Figure 46. Problem Isolation: Remote Display
Figure 47. Problem Isolation: EAS System
NOTES
Chapter 5
Calibration
LEGAL
NOTE
Description of Calibration Sequence
NOTE
Motion Test
Automatic Zero Tracking Test
NOTE
Preparing the Scanner/Scale for Calibration
Do not pay attention to any message on the POS display.
NOTE
Calibrating the Scale (Pounds & Kilograms)
Figure 48. Calibration Switch Access
The Remote Display (if one
is present) will show the message “ESCL” (empty scale).
If one is present, the
Remote Display will alternately display
and
until the scale is ready to proceed.
The Remote Display (if one is present) will show the
message “Ad20 (add twenty pounds)” or “Ad10 (add ten kilograms).”
if one is present, the Remote Display will alternately display
and
until the scale is ready to proceed.
End-”
appears in the Remote Display (if one is present).
Calibration Verification (U.S. Pounds)
Increasing-Load Test (Phase 1)
Shift Test
Figure 49. Shift Test
Increasing- Load Test (Phase 2)
NOTE
Blanking Test
NOTE
Decreasing-Load Test
NOTE
Return to Zero Test
Calibration Verification (Kilograms)
Increasing-Load Test (Phase 1)
Shift Test (Metric)
Figure 50. European Shift Test (Metric)
Increasing- Load Test (Phase 2)
NOTE
Blanking Test
NOTE
Decreasing-Load Test
NOTE
Return to Zero Test
Chapter 6
Programming
Introduction to Label Programming
Understanding the Basics
Integrating the Scanner With Your Host System
Customizing Your Scanner’s Operation
CAUTION
NOTE
Programming Overview
NOTE
Programming via Handheld Device
What Is Programming Mode?
Entering and Exiting Programming Mode.
Programming Session
NOTE
NOTE
NOTE
Programming Sequence
NOTE
Table 3. Programming Sequence
LED and Beeper Indicators
If You Make a Mistake...
Return to Factory Settings
CAUTION
NOTE
Test Mode
NOTE
General Scanner Features
Scanner Button Options
Scanner Button Options (continued)
Double Read Timeout
NOTE
Double Read Timeout (continued)
Laser Timeout
Laser Timeout (continued)
Motor Timeout
NOTE
Motor Timeout (continued)
Motor Timeout (continued)
Label Gone Timeout
Label Gone Timeout (continued)
Label Gone Timeout (continued)
Auxiliary Port Mode
NOTE
Auxiliary Port Mode (continued)
Auxiliary Port Baud Rate
NOTE
Auxiliary Port Baud Rate (continued)
Auxiliary Port Baud Rate (continued)
Auxiliary Port Baud Rate (continued)
Laser Failure Mode
Productivity Index Reporting (PIR)/Cashier Training (CT)
NOTE
Indication Features
Green LED Idle State
Power-up Beep Control
Good Read Beep Control
Good Read Beep Frequency
Good Read Beep Frequency (continued)
Good Read Beep Length
Good Read Beep Volume
Good Read Beep Volume (continued)
Good Read Beep Volume (continued)
Good Read When to Indicate
NOTE
Good Read When to Indicate (continued)
Scale Features
Scale Enable
NOTE
Scale Enforced Zero Return
Scale Enforced Zero Return (continued)
Scale Enforced Zero Return (continued)
Scale Interface Type
Scale Interface Type (continued)
Scale Calibration Notification
Scale Intercharacter Delay
Remote Display — Enable/Disable
NOTE
EAS Features
EAS Active State
EAS Timeout
NOTE
Interface Related Features
Interface Type
NOT USER-SELECTABLE
Interface Type (continued)
NOTE
NOTE
CAUTION
NOTE
NOTE
RS-232 Interface Selection
CAUTION
RS-232 Wincor-Nixdorf Interface Selection
CAUTION
RS-232 Single Cable Interface Selection
CAUTION
NOTE
OEM USB Interface Selection
CAUTION
NOTE
IBM Port 17 Interface Selection
CAUTION
NOTE
IBM Port 5B Interface Selection
CAUTION
IBM Port 9B Interface Selection
CAUTION
USB Keyboard Interface Selection
CAUTION
Keyboard Wedge A Interface Selection
CAUTION
Keyboard Wedge B Interface Selection
CAUTION
Keyboard Wedge C Interface Selection
CAUTION
Keyboard Wedge D Interface Selection
CAUTION
Keyboard Wedge E Interface Selection
CAUTION
Keyboard Wedge F Interface Selection
CAUTION
Keyboard Wedge G Interface Selection
CAUTION
Keyboard Wedge H Interface Selection
CAUTION
Keyboard Wedge I Interface Selection
CAUTION
Keyboard Wedge J Interface Selection
CAUTION
Maximum Host-Transmitted Message Length
NOTE
Number of Host Transmission Buffers
AIM ID
SYMBOLOGY
Figure 51. AIM ID
CHAR
SYMBOLOGY
CHAR
AIM ID (continued)
Label ID Control
NOTE
Label ID Control (continued)
Figure 52. Label ID Position Options
Label ID Control (continued)
Global Prefix
NOTE
Global Prefix (continued)
Global Suffix
Global Suffix (continued)
Case Conversion
Case Conversion (continued)
IBM Features
IBM Interface Options
NOTE
IBM Number of Host Resets
IBM Scale Address
NOTE
IBM Scale Address (continued)
IBM Transmit Labels in Code 39 Format
NOTE
IBM Label Slicing Control
IBM Maximum Label Slice Length
NOTE
OEM USB Scanner Device Type
RS-232 Features
RS-232 Baud Rate
NOTE
RS-232 Baud Rate (continued)
RS-232 Baud Rate (continued)
RS-232 Baud Rate (continued)
RS-232 Parity (continued)
RS-232 Hardware Control
RS-232 Hardware Control (continued)
RS-232 Hardware Control (continued)
RS-232 Intercharacter Delay
RS-232 Software Flow Control
NOTE
RS-232 Host Echo
NOTE
RS-232 Host Echo Quiet Interval
RS-232 Ignore Host Commands
RS-232 TTL
RS-232 TTL Invert
RS-232 ICL DC1 Character Delay Enable
RS-232 Team POS ICL Scale
RS-232 Beep on ASCII BEL
RS-232 Beep After Weigh
RS-232 Beep on Not on File
RS-232 ACK NAK Enable
RS-232 ACK NAK Enable (continued)
RS-232 ACK Character
NOTE
RS-232 NAK Character
NOTE
RS-232 Retry on ACK NAK Timeout
RS-232 ACK NAK Timeout Value
RS-232 ACK NAK Retry Count
NOTE
RS-232 ACK NAK Error Handling
RS-232 ACK NAK Error Handling (continued)
RS-232 Indicate Transmission Failure
Single Cable RS-232 Options
Single Cable RS-232 Scanner Only Protocol
Single Cable RS-232 Stale Weight Timeout
Single Cable RS-232 Stale Weight Timeout (continued)
Single Cable RS-232 Scale — Transmit Weight Digits
Single Cable Manufacturer Extensions
Single Cable Pacesetter Plus Enable
Single Cable RS-232 RTS CTS Selection
Single Cable RS-232 RTS CTS Selection (continued)
Single Cable RS-232 RTS CTS Selection (continued)
Single Cable RS-232 Use BCC
Single Cable RS-232 Use ACK/NAK
Single Cable RS-232 Use STX
Set Single Cable RS-232 STX Character
Set Single Cable RS-232 ETX Character
Keyboard Wedge/USB Keyboard Features
Keyboard Interface — Keyboard Layout
Keyboard Interface — Keyboard Layout (continued)
Keyboard Interface — Keyboard Layout (continued)
Keyboard Interface — Keyboard Layout (continued)
Keyboard Interface — Keyboard Layout (continued)
Keyboard Interface — Keyboard Layout (continued)
Keyboard Interface — Keyboard Layout (continued)
Keyboard Interface — Keyboard Layout (continued)
Keyboard Interface — Keyboard Layout (continued)
Keyboard Interface — Keyboard Layout (continued)
Keyboard Interface Quiet Interval
Keyboard Interface Caps Lock State
Keyboard Interface Caps Lock State (continued)
Keyboard Interface — Keyboard Simulation
NOTE
Keyboard Interface — Control Characters
NOTE
Keyboard Interface — Control Characters (continued)
Keyboard Interface — Intercharacter Delay
Symbology Programming
Coupon Control
Coupon Control (continued)
UPC-A Enable
UPC-A Number System Character Transmission
NOTE
UPC-A Check Character Transmission
Expand UPC-A to EAN-13
UPC-A Label ID
NOTE
UPC-A 2-Digit Supplemental Label ID
NOTE
UPC-A 5-Digit Supplemental Label ID
NOTE
UPC-A 128 Supplemental Label ID
NOTE
UPC-A Minimum Reads
UPC-A Minimum Reads (continued)
UPC-E Enable
UPC-E Number System Character Transmission
UPC-E Check Character Transmission
Expand UPC-E to UPC-A
Expand UPC-E to EAN-13
UPC-E Label ID
NOTE
UPC-E 2-Digit Supplemental Label ID
NOTE
UPC-E 5-Digit Supplemental Label ID
NOTE
UPC-E 128 Supplemental Label ID
NOTE
UPC-E Minimum Reads
UPC-E Minimum Reads (continued)
EAN-13 Enable
EAN-13 First Character Transmission
EAN-13 Check Character Transmission
EAN-13 ISBN Conversion Enable
NOTE
EAN 13 Label ID
NOTE
EAN-13 2-Digit Supplemental Label ID
NOTE
EAN-13 5-Digit Supplemental Label ID
NOTE
EAN-13 128 Supplemental Label ID
NOTE
EAN-13 Minimum Reads
EAN-13 Minimum Reads (continued)
Bookland Label ID
NOTE
EAN-8 Enable
EAN-8 Check Character Transmission
Expand EAN-8 to EAN-13
EAN-8/JAN-8 Guard Insertion
EAN-8/JAN-8 Guard Substitution
EAN-8/JAN-8 Both Guards Substitution
EAN-8 Stitch Exact Label Halves
EAN-8 Stitch Unlike Label Halves
EAN 8 Label ID
NOTE
EAN-8 2-Digit Supplemental Label ID
NOTE
EAN-8 5-Digit Supplemental Label ID
NOTE
EAN-8 128 Supplemental Label ID
NOTE
EAN-8 Decoding Levels
CAUTION
NOTE
EAN-8 Decoding Levels (continued)
EAN-8 Decoding Levels (continued)
EAN-8 Minimum Reads
EAN-8 Minimum Reads (continued)
EAN-8 Minimum Segment Length
EAN-8 Minimum Segment Length (continued)
EAN-8 Minimum Segment Length (continued)
EAN-8 Minimum Segment Length (continued)
EAN-8 Minimum Segment Length (continued)
EAN-8 Minimum Segment Length (continued)
Other UPC/EAN Options
Price Weight Check
Price Weight Check (continued)
Price Weight Check (continued)
In-Store Label Minimum Reads
In-Store Label Minimum Reads (continued)
Enable EAN Two Label
EAN Two Label Combined Transmission
UPC/EAN Guard Insertion
UPC/EAN Stitch Exact Label Halves
UPC/EAN Stitch Unlike Label Halves
UPC/EAN Character Reconstruction
EAN Two Label Minimum Reads
EAN Two Label Minimum Reads (continued)
UPC/EAN Correlation
UPC/EAN Minimum Segment Length
UPC/EAN Minimum Segment Length (continued)
UPC/EAN Minimum Segment Length (continued)
UPC/EAN Minimum Segment Length (continued)
UPC/EAN Minimum Segment Length (continued)
UPC/EAN Minimum Segment Length (continued)
Addons
None —
2 Digits —
5 Digits —
Code 128 Add-on —
Contact Customer Support for advanced programming
of optional and conditional add-ons.
NOTE
Addons (continued)
Addons (continued)
Addons (continued)
Addon Timer
2-Digit Add-ons Minimum Reads
2-Digit Add-ons Minimum Reads (continued)
5-Digit Add-ons Minimum Reads
5-Digit Add-ons Minimum Reads (continued)
Code 128 Add-ons Minimum Reads
Code 128 Add-ons Minimum Reads (continued)
GTIN Enable
NOTE
GTIN Label ID
NOTE
GTIN 2-Digit Supplemental Label ID
NOTE
GTIN 5-Digit Supplemental Label ID
NOTE
GTIN Code 128 Supplemental Label ID
NOTE
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