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BAR CODE
Contents
Chapter 1 Description
1.1
1.2
1.3
1.4
Introduction ................................................
Codes Read ..............................................
Installation .................................................
Pin Assignment ..........................................
2
2
2
3
Chapter 2 Configuration-General
2.1
2.2
2.3
2.4
2.5
Flow Chart .................................................
Loop of Programming ................................
Factory Default Settings ............................
Main Page of Configuration .......................
Interface Selection .....................................
4
5
5
6
7
Chapter 3 Communication Parameters
3.1 RS232 Mode Parameters .......................... 8
3.2 Keyboard Wedge Mode Parameters ......... 10
3.3 Output Characters Parameters ................. 12
Chapter 4 Barcode and Others
4.1
4.2
4.3
4.4
4.5
4.6
Symbologies Selection ..............................
UPC/EAN/JAN Parameters .......................
Code 39 Parameters .................................
Code 128 Parameters ...............................
CODABAR/NW7 Parameters ....................
Interleave 25 Parameters ..........................
13
15
16
17
18
19
Chapter 5 Miscellaneous Parameters
5.1
5.2
5.3
5.4
Language Selection ...................................
Bar Code ID ...............................................
Set Up Truncation ....................................
Set Up Preamble and Postamble ..............
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21
22
24
Appendix
A. ASCII Tables .............................................. 26
1
Chapter 1 Description
1.1 Introduction
The Decoder is an advanced and versatile decoding
facility for barcoding systems .This manual provides
an easy way to configure the decoding options and
interface selections by scanning bar codes listed in
the manual.
1.2 Codes Read
ALL UPC/EAN/JAN , Code 39, Code 39 Full ASCII,
Code 128, Interleave 25, CODABAR/NW7
1.3 Installation
Installing the Keyboard Wedge Reader
To install the keyboard wedge reader, follow the steps
below:
1. Turn off the power of PC or Terminal.
2. Unplug keyboard from PC or Terminal.
3. Make sure you have Y Cable with appropriate
connector type for your PC or Terminal.
4. Connect Decoder into your PC or Terminal and
its keyboard.
5. Turn on the power of PC or Terminal.
Installing the RS232 Reader
To install the RS232 reader, follow the steps below :
1. Turn off the power of PC or Terminal.
2. Make sure you have connector type for RS232,
connect Decoder with your PC or Terminal.
3. Plug AC Adaptor or power cable into Decoder.
4. Turn on the power of PC or Terminal.
Installing the USB Reader
To install the USB Reader, plug the USB cable into the
USB port of your PC or terminal.The USB reader will
emulate a USB keyboard.
2
1.4 Pin Assignment
1.
PC Keyboard Output
DIN 5 MALE
Pin No. Function
1
HOST CLK
2
HOST DATA
4
GND
5
Vcc(+5V)
1
DIN 5 FEMALE
Pin No. Function
1
KB CLK
2
KB DATA
4
GND
5
Vcc(+5V)
3
4
1
3
5
5
2
2
MiniDIN 6 MALE
Pin No. Function
1
HOST DATA
3
GND
4
Vcc
5
HOST CLK
2.
MiniDIN 6 FEMALE
Pin No. Function
1
KB DATA
3
GND
4
Vcc
5
KB CLK
5
3
6
4
6
4
5
3
1
2
2
1
RS-232 Output
DB 9 Female
Pin No.
Function
2
TXD
3
RXD
5
GND
7
CTS
8
RTS
Power Lead
Vcc (+5V)
3.
4
USB Interface
USB A Type Male
Pin No.
Function
1
Vcc
2
D3
D+
4
GND
3
5
1
9
6
Chapter 2 Configuration - General
2.1 Flow Chart
Start
Configuration
Set All
Defaults
Interface Selection
Communication
Parameters
Bar Codes Parameters
Misc. Parameters
etc.
End
Configuration
Save
Parameters
4
2.2 Loop of Programming
The philosophy of programming parameters has
been shown on the flow chart of 2.1. Basically the user
should
1. Scan Start of Configuration.
2. Scan all necessary labels for parameters that
meet applications.
3. Scan End of Configuration to end programming.
4. Scan Save Parameters to permanently save the
settings you programmed.
5. To go back to the Default Settings, just scan label
for Set All Defaults.
2.3 Factory Default Settings
The factory default settings are shown with < >
and bold in the following sections. You can make
your own settings by following the procedures in
this manual. If you want to save the settings
permanently, you should scan the label of "Save
Parameters" in chapter 2.4, otherwise the settings
will not be saved after the decoder power is off,
and all settings will go back to previous settings.
By scanning "Set All Default" label, the settings will
go back to the factory default settings.
5
Save Parameters
%$ + / 0
Set All Defaults
%$ + / 2
Start Configuration
%$ + / 3
End Configuration
%$ + / 4
Version Information
%$ + / 5
2.5 Interface Selection
Keyboard Mode
%0 G3 0
<RS232 Mode>
%0 G3 2
USB Mode
%0 G3 1
7
Ch.3 Communication Parameters
3.1 RS232 Mode Parameters
A> Set Up BAUD Rate
2400
%0 AC0
4800
%0 AC4
<9600>
%0 AC8
19200
%0 ACC
B> Set Up Data Bits
7 Data Bits
%0 D8 0
<8 Data Bits>
%0 D8 8
C> Set Up Stop Bits
<1 Bit>
%0 DO8
2 Bits
%0 DO0
8
D> Set Up Parity
<None>
Even
%0 DN7
Odd
%0 DN2
Mark
%0 DN3
Space
%0 DN1
%0 DN0
E> Handshaking
<RTS/CTS Disable>
RTS/CTS Enable
%0 E8 0
<ACK/NAK Disable>
%0 E8 8
ACK/NAK Enable
%0 EH0
<XON/XOFF Disable>
%0 EH1
XON/XOFF Enable
%0 EI 0
%0 EI 2
9
3.2 Keyboard Wedge Mode Parameters
A> Terminal Type
<IBM PC/AT, PS/2>
%0 A3 0
IBM PC/XT
%0 A3 1
Apple Desktop Bus(ADB)
%0 A3 2
NEC 9801
%0 A3 3
B> Upper/Lower Case
<Upper Case>
%0 D4 4
Lower Case
%0 D4 0
C> Send Character by ALT Method
<Disable>
%0 EK0
Enable
%0 EK4
10
D> Select Numerical Pad
<OFF>
%0 EO0
ON
%0 EO8
11
3.3 Output Characters Parameters
A> Select Terminator
<CR+LF>
%0 E7 2
None
%0 E7 6
CR
%0 E7 0
LF
%0 E7 1
Space
%0 E7 4
HT(TAB)
%0 E7 3
STX-ETX
%0 E7 5
B> Time-out Between Characters
<0 ms>
%0 D2 0
15 ms
%0 D2 2
12
Ch.4 Bar Codes and Others
4.1 Symboligies Selection
UPC-A <ON>
OFF
%0 FO8
%0 FO0
UPC-E <ON>
%0 FK4
OFF
%0 FK0
EAN-13/JAN-13 <ON>
%0 FI 2
OFF
EAN-8/JAN-8 <ON>
%0 FI 0
OFF
%0 FH1
CODE 39 <ON>
%0 FH0
OFF
%0 F8 8
CODE 128 <ON>
%0 F8 0
OFF
%0 F4 4
CODABAR/NW7 <ON>
%0 F4 0
OFF
%0 F1 1
%0 F1 0
13
Interleave 25 <ON>
OFF
%0 F2 2
%0 F2 0
14
4.2 UPC/EAN/JAN Parameters
A> Reading Type
UPCA=EAN13 <OFF>
%0 GO0
UPCA=EAN13 ON
%0 GO8
ISBN/ISSN <Disable>
%0 GH0
ISBN/ISSN Enable
%0 GH1
<Not Transmit
Supplementals>
%0 GK0
Transmit
Supplementals
%0 GK4
B> Check Digit Transmission
<Transmit Check Digit>
%0 GI 2
Not Transmit
Check Digit
%0 GI 0
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4.3 Code 39 Parameters
A> Reading Type
<Standard>
%0 H2 2
Full ASCII
%0 H2 0
B> Check Digit Transmission
<Do Not Calculate
Check Digit>
%0 HS4
Calculate Check Digit
& Transmit
%0 HSC
Calculate Check Digit
& Not Transmit
%0 HS8
C> Output Start/Stop Character
<Disable>
%0 H1 0
Enable
%0 H1 1
16
4.4 Code 128 Parameters
A> Check Digit Transmission
Do Not Calculate
Check Digit
%0 HJ 1
Calculate Check
Digit & Transmit
<Calculate Check Digit
& Not Transmit>
%0 HJ 2
17
%0 HJ 3
4.5 CODABAR/NW7 Parameters
A> Set Up Start/Stop Characters Upon
Transmission
<OFF>
ON
%0 G8 0
%0 G8 8
B> Transmission Type of Start/Stop
<A/B/C/D> <Start>
%0 CVF
<A/B/C/D> <Stop>
%0 CFF
A Start
%0 CV1
A Stop
B Start
%0 CF1
%0 CV2
B Stop
%0 CF2
C Start
%0 CV4
C Stop
%0 CF4
D Start
%0 CV8
D Stop
%0 CF8
18
4.6 Interleave 25 Parameters
A> Check Digit Transmission
<Do Not Calculate
Check Digit>
%0 HC4
Calculate Check Digit
& Transmit
%0 HCC
Calculate Check Digit
& Not Transmit
%0 HC8
B> 44+4 Function
<OFF>
%0 D1 0
ON
%0 D1 1
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Ch.5 Miscellaneous Parameters
5.1 Language Selection
<US English>
%0 AV0
UK English
%0 AV1
Italian
%0 AV2
Spanish
%0 AV3
French
%0 AV4
German
%0 AV5
Swedish
%0 AV6
Switzerland
%0 AV7
Hungarian
%0 AV8
Japanese
%0 AV9
20
Belgium
%0 AVA
Portuguese
%0 AVB
Demark
%0 AVC
Netherlands
%0 AVD
Turkey
%0 AVE
Reserved1
%0 AVF
21
5.2 Bar Code ID
<OFF>
%0 G4 0
ON
%0 G4 4
UPC-A Begin
%2 K0 +
UPC-E Begin
%2 K1 +
EAN-13 Begin
%2 K2 +
EAN-8 Begin
%2 K3 +
Code 39 Begin
%2 K4 +
Code 128 Begin
%2 K5 +
Codabar Begin
%2 K7 +
Interleave 25 Begin
%2 K6 +
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5.3 Set Up Truncation
A> Truncate Front Digit(s)
<Truncate Front 0 Digit>
%0 BV0
Truncate Front 1 Digit
%0 BV1
Truncate Front 2 Digits
%0 BV2
Truncate Front 3 Digits
%0 BV3
Truncate Front 4 Digits
%0 BV4
Truncate Front 5 Digits
%0 BV5
Truncate Front 6 Digits
%0 BV6
Truncate Front 7 Digits
%0 BV7
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B> Truncate End Digit(s)
<Truncate End 0 Digit>
%0 BF0
Truncate End 1 Digit
%0 BF1
Truncate End 2 Digits
%0 BF2
Truncate End 3 Digits
%0 BF3
Truncate End 4 Digits
%0 BF4
Truncate End 5 Digits
%0 BF5
Truncate End 6 Digits
%0 BF6
Truncate End 7 Digits
%0 BF7
24
5.4 Set Up Preamble and Postamble
A> Set Up Preamble
<OFF>
%1 I 0 +
1.Begin
%1 I 1 +
2.ASCII Table
(Appendix B)
3.Complete
%1 I 2 +
There are 4 characters allowed to be added to
the preamble. To set Preamble character(s):
1. Scan the "Start" label.
2. Scan "Begin" label above.
3. Go to ASCII Table in Appendix B, find the
corresponding characters, scan the labels in
Appendix B.
4. Back to the current page, scan the "Complete"
label above.
5. Scan the "End" label.
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B> Set Up Postamble
<OFF>
%1 J 0 +
1.Begin
%1 J 1 +
2.ASCII Table
(Appendix B)
3.Complete
%1 J 2 +
There are 4 characters allowed to be added to
the postamble. To set Postamble character(s):
1. Scan the "Start" label.
2. Scan "Begin" label above.
3. Go to ASCII Table in Appendix B, find the
corresponding characters, scan the labels in
Appendix B.
4. Back to the current page, scan the "Complete"
label above.
5. Scan the "End" label.
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Appendix A
ASCII Table
NULL
00
SOH
STX
ETX
01
02
03
ENQ
ACK
04
05
06
07
08
0A
0B
0D
0E
10
11
13
14
16
17
19
1A
RS
EM
SUB
ESC
1B
SYN
ETB
CAN
18
DC3
DC4
NAK
15
DLE
DC1
DC2
12
CR
SO
SI
0F
LF
VT
FF
0C
BEL
BS
HT
09
EOT
FS
GS
1C
1D
1E
US
1F
27
SPACE
20
!
"
#
21
22
23
%
&
24
25
26
27
28
2A
2B
2D
2E
30
31
33
34
36
37
39
3A
>
9
:
;
3B
6
7
8
38
3
4
5
35
0
1
2
32
-
.
/
2F
*
+
,
2C
'
(
)
29
$
<
=
3C
3D
3E
?
3F
28
@
A
40
B
C
41
42
43
E
F
44
45
46
47
48
4A
4B
4D
4E
50
51
53
54
56
57
59
5A
^
Y
Z
[
5B
V
W
X
58
S
T
U
55
P
Q
R
52
M
N
O
4F
J
K
L
4C
G
H
I
49
D
\
]
5C
5D
5E
_
5F
29
`
a
60
b
c
61
62
63
e
f
64
65
66
67
68
6A
6B
6D
6E
70
71
73
74
76
77
79
7A
~
y
z
{
7B
v
w
x
78
s
t
u
75
p
q
r
72
m
n
o
6F
j
k
l
6C
g
h
i
69
d
|
}
7C
7D
7E
DEL
7F
30
Save Parameters
%$ + / 0
Set All Defaults
%$ + / 2
Start Configuration
%$ + / 3
End Configuration
%$ + / 4
Version Information
%$ + / 5