Scantech Vega V-1010 User`s manual

User’s
Manual
VEGA Area Imager V-1020/V-1020BT
Handheld Bar code Scanner
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User’s Installation and Configuration Manual
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Copyright © 2009, Scantech-ID BV.
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may not, in whole or in part, be copied, photocopied, reproduced, translated or converted to
any electronic medium or machine readable form without prior written consent of Scantech-ID
BV.
Limited Warranty
Under all circumstances this manual should be read attentively, before installing and/or using
the product. In no event shall Scantech-ID BV be liable for any direct, indirect, special,
consequential or incidental damages arising out of the use or inability to use this
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Scantech-ID BV shall not be liable for any hardware, software, or data that is stored or used
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announcement to the client.
Scantech-ID BV reserves the right to revise this manual, and to make changes in the contents
without obligation to notify any person or entity of the revision or change. A serial number
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It should be used whenever servicing by Scantech-ID BV or an authorized Scantech dealer is
necessary.
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Table of contents
Table of Contents ...................................................................................... 3
Introduction................................................................................................ 7
Chapter 1............................................................................ Product Safety 9
1.1
Safety & Caution .............................................................................10
1.2
FCC Warning ..................................................................................11
1.3
Scanner Labelling ...........................................................................12
Chapter 2.................................................................. General Description 13
2.1
Use of the VEGA .............................................................................14
Chapter 3................................................Installation of the VEGA V-1020 15
3.1
V-1020 Unpacking ...........................................................................16
3.2
V-1020 Mounting .............................................................................17
3.3
V-1020 USB Driver ..........................................................................18
Chapter 4........................................... Installation of the VEGA V-1020BT 19
4.1
V-1020BT Unpacking .....................................................................20
4.2
V-1020BT Cradle Installation ..........................................................22
4.3
V-1020BT Setup Bluetooth Communication ....................................22
Chapter 5........................................................................... Cover Display 26
5.1
Setup Cover Display........................................................................27
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Chapter 6 .............................................................. Configuring the VEGA 31
6.1
Preface ........................................................................................... 32
6.2
Factory Default Setting ................................................................... 34
Chapter 7 ................................................................ Programming Codes 35
7.1
Return to Default............................................................................. 36
7.2
RS232 Mode Parameters................................................................ 37
7.3
Bluetooth Scanner Setup ................................................................ 45
7.4
Bluetooth Cradle Setup ................................................................... 48
7.5
Decoding Selection ......................................................................... 50
7.6
Australian Post Settings .................................................................. 59
7.7
Aztec Settings................................................................................. 60
7.8
BPO Settings .................................................................................. 62
7.9
Canada Post Settings ..................................................................... 63
7.10 Codabar Settings ............................................................................... 64
7.11 Codablock Settings............................................................................ 67
7.12 Code 11 Settings ............................................................................. 68
7.13
Code 39 Settings ............................................................................ 69
7.14
Code 93 / Code 93i Settings ........................................................... 72
7.15
Code 128 / GSI-128 Settings .......................................................... 73
7.16
DataMatrix Settings ........................................................................ 77
7.17
Dutch Post Settings ........................................................................ 78
7.18
EAN /UPC Parameters Settings .......................................... ............79
7.19
GS1 Composite Settings ................................................................ .84
7.20
GS1 DataBar Settings..................................................................... 86
7.21
Infomail Settings ............................................................................. 87
7.22
Interleaved 2 of 5 Settings .............................................................. 88
7.23
Japan Post Settings ........................................................................ 90
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Matrix 2 of 5 Settings.......................................................................91
7.25
MaxiCode Settings ..........................................................................92
7.26
MicroPDF417 Settings.....................................................................93
7.27
MSI code Settings ...........................................................................94
7.28
PDF417 Settings .............................................................................95
7.29
Planet Settings ................................................................................98
7.30
Plessey code Settings .....................................................................99
7.31
Postnet Settings ............................................................................100
7.32
QR Code Settings .........................................................................101
7.33
Standard 2 of 5 Settings ................................................................102
7.34
Sweden Post Settings ...................................................................104
7.35
Telepen Settings ...........................................................................105
7.36
TLC 39 Settings ............................................................................106
7.37
Miscellaneous Parameters ............................................................107
7.38
Preambles and Postambles ...........................................................108
Chapter 8.................................................................. Operating Settings 110
8.1
Scanning Triggering ......................................................................111
8.2
Time out ........................................................................................114
8.3
Good Read Mode ..........................................................................115
8.4
Buzzer Beep Tone.........................................................................116
8.5
Good Read Duration .....................................................................118
Chapter 9....................................................................... Imager settings 120
9.1
Imager mode .................................................................................121
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Appendices ............................................................................................ 122
A Decimal Value Table .......................................................................... 123
B ASCII Table ....................................................................................... 124
C Readable Symbologies ...................................................................... 125
D Technical Specifications..................................................................... 126
E Scan Map .......................................................................................... 127
F Overview Partnumbers ....................................................................... 129
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Introduction
VEGA is a cutting-edge gun-type barcode scanner which is designed
specifically for retail market. To the brand new series of VEGA, we add
on more user-friendly functions with detachable cable that makes it
more easily to be operated by the customers.
Speaking of the performance, this scanner supports middle to long
range operation. According to specification, VEGA supports the
reading depth up to 440 mm, scan rate is up to 200 scans / per second
in linear emulation or 56 images / per second in 2D mode.
The new VEGA scanner has most modern design with the decorative
cover display on the top of the scanner that will enhance the looks of
the checkout counter in the retail market. This magnificent design
allowed end-users to display their product information or any relevant
commercial message in the cover display. This advanced mechanical
design truly creates a win-win solution for both POS retail systems and
consumers.
In short, VEGA is absolutely a high performance gun-type scanner,
which provides the customer with the most cost-effective solution in
the market. It is perfectly suitable and definitely the best choice for any
retailers using POS environment.
Quality and Durability
The VEGA comes with the same top quality as all other Scantech-ID
products. So at a very competitive price the same quality and
performance of more expensive products is available. Due to the high
MTBF times of every component a long and service free operation time
is secured.
Connectivity
The VEGA is available into interface types, RS232 interface, USB
interface and also with Bluetooth technology, so there is always a
solution to connect the Vega to your POS system.
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Chapter 1 Product Safety
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1.1
SAFETY & CAUTION
1.
Please read the following safety statement carefully.
2.
Please preserve this user manual for reference sometime.
3.
Before cleaning the VEGA, the users must cut off all AC power. Do
not use liquid or spray type of detersive to clean the VEGA. Please
use dampish cotton cloth to clean the VEGA.
The outlet must set nearby the VEGA for connecting power easily.
Keep the VEGA dry to avoid short circuit.
During installation you must fix the equipment at solid table to
avoid damage caused by falling.
Before inserting power please ensure the voltage is healthy to the
equipment.
For safety please tie wire well and don’t put anything on the wire.
If you don’t use this equipment for long time, please cut off the
power to avoid damage from surge power.
Don’t spray any liquid on this scanner because it may cause a fire
or short circuit.
Please do not open the equipment. For safety only the qualified
serviceman can open the equipment.
If there are the following situations please contact with the
qualified serviceman to check this equipment.
(a) The damage of wire or pin of power supply.
(b) Some Liquid infiltrate into the equipment.
(c) The equipment has been exposed to wet environment.
(d) The equipment can’t work well.
(e) The equipment has any obvious damage, making the VEGA
working abnormally.
Don’t storage the VEGA at the temperature lower than -20°C (-4°F)
or higher than +70°C (158°F) to avoid any damage.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
13.
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General Description
1.2
FCC WARNING
This equipment complies with the requirements in Part 15 of FCC.
Any operation must comply with the conditions below:
(a) The equipment will not cause any severe interference.
(b) The equipment can avoid any interference from environment.
Statement:
This product is classified as A class product.
In environment this product may cause some interference.
In this situation the user may do something to avoid
interference.
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SCANNER LABELLING
Model Name
Serial Number
Model Name: VEGA V-1020 Area Imager
VEGA V-1020BT Area Imager Bluetooth
Serial Number: Product Serial No. (VA……..)
See Appendix F for more information in detail.
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Chapter 2 General Description
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2.1
USE OF THE VEGA
The VEGA is very ergonomic and modern designed and very user
friendly. It can be connected to your POS or Host system trough a
RS232 cable, KBW cable, USB cable or with Bluetooth wireless.
To read a bar code, you simply press the red trigger button and aim the
beam to the bar code. But you need to position the beam so that it falls
across all bars in the 1D barcodes. You will hear one beep and the
green LED indicator will lights on after scan successfully.
The programming of the VEGA is very easy, you can set-up the VEGA
by scan all necessary programming codes one time that meet
applications, the settings are directly saved permanently, and all
settings can be disabled after scan reset factory default.
Thanks to the power full decoding processor, the VEGA can decode all
major 1D codes.
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Chapter 3 Installation of the VEGA V-1020
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3.1
V-1020 UNPACKING
Unpack the VEGA as follows:
1. Take the VEGA and its accessories out of the box.
2. Remove the packing material.
3. Check the packing list to make sure you have received all of the
items ordered.
Standard Shipment Package
a. VEGA Area imager handheld bar code scanner
b. Power Adaptor if apply
c. User Manual
d. Communication Cable
e. Stand
f. Transparent Cover Plate
4. Visually inspect the VEGA and accessories for any evidence of
physical damage.
5. If anything is missing or appears to be damaged, immediately
contact your dealer.
ATTENTION
Store the packing material and boxes: it should be used
whenever the VEGA is transported for servicing.
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3.2
V-1020 MOUNTING
Once you have unpacked all components, you can start installing the
VEGA.
Installing the VEGA is divided in different steps:
1. Connect the VEGA to the supplied communication cable (RJ45 side).
2. Connect the VEGA communication cable to the POS or Host system.
3. Connect the Power supply (if needed) to Power cable inlet.
4. Plug the power supply into the AC outlet.
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V-1020 USB DRIVER
In case you will use the VEGA with USB virtual com port emulation, it is
necessary to install the correct USB driver on your POS or Host system,
needed for correct operation between your system and the VEGA scanner.
You can download this USB driver from the Scantech-ID web site:
www. Scantech-ID.com / Support / Downloads
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Chapter 4 Installation of the VEGA V-1020BT
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4.1
V-1020BT UNPACKING
Unpack the VEGA as follows:
1. Take the VEGA and its accessories out of the box.
2. Remove the packing material.
3. Check the packing list to make sure you have received all of the
items ordered.
Standard Shipment Package
a. VEGA Area Imager Handheld Bar code Scanner Bluetooth
b. Communication Cable (RS-232 or Keyboard wedge or USB)
c. Power adaptor
d. User Manual
e. Bluetooth Cradle or charger(optional)
f. Transparent Cover Plate
4. Visually inspect the VEGA and accessories for any evidence of
physical damage.
5. If anything is missing or appears to be damaged, immediately
contact your dealer.
ATTENTION
Store the packing material and boxes: it should be used
whenever the VEGA is transported for servicing.
4.2
V-1020BT CRADLE INSTALLATION
To set up your VEGA scanner with Bluetooth technology, please follow
the next steps.
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1.
Connect the supplied communication cable at the bottom side
of the cradle.
2.
Connect the other side of the communication cable to the right
connector of your POS or HOST system.
3.
Plug the external power supply into the power jack on the
bottom of the cradle.
4.
Plug the power supply into the AC outlet.
5.
Turn on your POS or HOST system.
6.
Set up communication between the VEGA scanner and cradle.
To set up communication between VEGA scanner and cradle, see
chapter 4.3 set up Bluetooth Communication.
4.3
V-1020BT SET UP BLUETOOTH COMMUNICATION
Before the VEGA scanner can be used for normal operation, Bluetooth
communication must be set up between the VEGA scanner and cradle,
Scanner client mode or to a Bluetooth application device, Scanner
Server mode.
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4.3.1
Pairing
Pairing refers to when a VEGA scanner has been linked or paired to a
specific cradle by scanning that cradle’s Bluetooth MAC address code,
this Bluetooth MAC address code is unique for each cradle. This
address code is located on the bottom side of the cradle. The pairing of
a VEGA scanner to a cradle is one to one. Only one VEGA scanner can
be paired to a cradle at any point in time.
4.3.2
Set up Client Mode Communication
To set-up the communication between the VEGA scanner and the cradle
follow the next steps:
1.
The VEGA scanner must scan “Scanner Client Mode ON/Scanner
Server mode Off” barcode, to set the VEGA scanner in client mode.
2.
Scan the Bluetooth MAC address code located on the bottom of
the cradle.
3.
When the Bluetooth MAC was successfully scanned, scanner will
initiate with short beep sounds. Blue and red led will also blink
followed by a long beep sound.
Wait approximately five seconds, for completing the connection
process. Blue led will slow flash on scanner for connected the
cradle.
4.
5.
If successful, the blue led on the cradle will be on.
6.
If the connections failed the scanner indicates with shot beep
sounds and the cradle with blinking blue led.
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ATTENTION
The VEGA scanner must be charged for a minimum of 8
hours before the scanner can be placed in full operation for
the first time.
The cradle red led will indicate in red when the scanner is
charged. After the battery is full, The charge green light will
be light. The charge green light will be off when the scanner
leaving from cradle.
If the battery power of the VEGA is too low, the VEGA will
indicate this with red led and beeper warning.
BT MAC
Address
It is important to know that the VEGA scanner will only communicate
with the cradle whose unique Bluetooth MAC address was the last
address scanned.
If a cradle is paired with the VEGA scanner, another VEGA scanner can’t
be paired with that cradle until the original connection is broken.
If you pair a second VEGA scanner to an in use cradle, the cradle’s
connection to the first VEGA scanner will be broken and the connection
re-established with the second VEGA scanner.
4.3.3
Set up Server Mode Communication
To set-up the communication between the VEGA scanner and Bluetooth
application device follow the next steps.
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The VEGA scanner must scan “Scanner Server Mode ON/Scanner
Client Mode Off” barcode, to set the VEGA scanner in server
mode.
2.
When control the Bluetooth device to search the scanner, enter
pin code (default 00:00:00:00) to setup comport.
3.
When VEGA scanner is successful connected, scanner will initiate
with short beep sounds. Blue and red led will also blink followed
by a long beep sound. Blue led will slow flash to finish the set up.
4.3.4
Sleep Mode
The VEGA scanner is equipped with sleep mode function to save
battery energy, when the VEGA scanner is not used for a 1 minute time
(option 10 minute). During sleep mode all the functions and connection
will be halted, after press the red trigger button the scanner can be
wake up and reconnect the communication with the cradle or Bluetooth
device. By scanning the according programming code, see chapter 7.
4.3.5
Memory Mode
This memory mode function is enabled when you have scanned
“memory on” barcode. Scanning data is stored in the memory of the
VEGA scanner. This function is disabled when you have scanned
“memory off” barcode.
When scan barcode “memory read” barcode stored data will be
immediately transmit to the cradle after reconnection. when scan
barcode “memory clear” barcode all stored memory data will be erased.
The capacity of this memory depends on the scanned data size,
approximately 50 sets of data.
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Chapter 5 Cover Display
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5.1
SETUP COVER DISPLAY
The VEGA scanner has the opportunity to change the decorative cover
display on the top of the scanner into a display that can show our own
commercial message.
5.1.1
Message Format
Create your own commercial message with the following outline format,
use thicker paper
5.1.2
Change Cover Display
Follow the next instruction steps to change the black Cover Display into
the transparent Cover Display, so that your customers can read your
own commercial massage.
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Step 1:
Press out the front rubber lid
toward the arrow.
➀
Step 2:
Pull out the front rubber lid off the
main unit.
Step 3:
Press out top cover rim from the
inner lock.
➁
➂
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Step 4:
Press out the other side of inner
lock and remove the complete
cover.
➃
Step 5
Assemble transparent top cover
rim into inner lock.
➄
Step 6
Assemble another side
transparent top cover rim into the
inner lock.
➅
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Step 7
Insert your commercial message
card into the top cover toward the
arrow.
➆
Step 8
Assemble the front rubber lid into
the main unit toward the arrow.
➇
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Chapter 6 Configuring the VEGA
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Configuring the VEGA
6.1
PREFACE
How to configure the VEGA:
The Barcode Programming Feature gives the possibility to change the
VEGA scanner settings with use programming codes or with the Utility
Tool.
6.1.1
Changing Scanner Settings with Programming
Codes
You can set-up your VEGA by scan all necessary programming codes
for parameters that meet applications. After these scans the VEGA is
direct permanently saved. To go back to the factory default settings,
just scan only programming code factory default.
In order to change the scanner settings please follow the sequence
below:
1. Power-up the scanner.
2. Change scanner settings by scanning any of the programming
code that meet applications.
An Example:
For changing the Baud rate to 38400 only scan the programming code
that represents this.
After reading a valid programming code the scanner will give a High
beep and the green led indicator will lights on.
At any moment you can stop your programming, and if needed read
programming code factory default setting for set your scanner back to
default.
6.1.2
Changing Scanner Settings with Utility Tool
Scantech-ID has setup this user manual with the most common used
programming codes, it could be possible that you need more advanced
settings to use the VEGA without any problems into your application.
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In this case you can set-up your VEGA by using the advanced Utility
Tool.
This tool can be used with the following operation systems: Windows98,
Windows2000, Windows XP en Windows Vista.
This Utility Tool can be delivered on request. Please contact ScantechID Technical Support Department.
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6.2
FACTORY DEFAULT SETTING
The VEGA is set default with the following settings:
RS-232 COMMUNICATION
Baud rate
Parity
Data bits
Stop bits
RTS/CTS
Postamble
DECODER SELECTION
Aztec
Codabar
Code 11
Code 39
Code 93
Code128
Data Matrix
EAN8 / EAN13
EAN128 / UCC
Interleaved 2/5
ISBN
ISSN
GS1 Databar
GS1 Databar Expanded
GS1 Databar Limited
MSI / Plessey
PDF417 / MicroPDF417
UPCA / UPCE
CODE IDENTIFIERS
Code identifiers
DEFAULT
57600
None
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1
Off
<CR+LF>
DEFAULT
Off
Off
Off
On
Off
On
On
On (Add On Off)
On
Off
Off
Off
Off
Off
Off
Off
On / Off
On
DEFAULT
Off
The factory default settings are shown with * and bold in the followings
sections
Chapter 7 Programming Codes
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7.1
RETURN TO DEFAULT
7.1.1 Scan this programming code to set the scanner parameters to
factory default:
Set the scanner to Factory Default
- Reset all configuration parameters to their factory default setting.
- After this reset you must select all required parameters that meet
applications.
7.1.2 Scan this programming code to set the cradle parameters to
factory default:
Note: The parameter barcode only used V-1020BT series model.
Please don’t used setting for V-1020 series model.
Set the Cradle to Factory Default
- Reset all configuration parameters to their factory default setting of
the cradle.
- After this reset you must select all required parameters that meet
applications.
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7.2
RS-232 MODE PARAMETERS
Note: These parameter barcodes only used setting RS-232 interface for V1020.Please don’t used setting for V-1020BT series model.
7.2.1
Baud rate
75
150
300
600
1200
2400
4800
36
9600
19200
38400
57600(*)
115200
128000
230400
256000
460800
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7.2.2
Data bits
Data Bits 7
Data Bits 8(*)
7.2.3
Stop bits
Stop Bits 1(*)
Stop Bits 2
7.2.4
Parity
None(*)
Even
Odd
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7.2.5
Hardware/Software Protocols Timeout
compose (ms): 500
compose (ms):1000(*)
compose (ms): 1500
compose (ms): 2000
compose (ms): 2550
7.2.6
RS-232 Parameters–ENQ
Not Active(*)
Active
Default: 05H(*)
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7.2.7
RS-232 Parameters–ACK
Not Active(*)
Active
Default: 06H(*)
7.2.8
RS-232 Parameters–NAK
Not Active(*)
Active
Default: 15H(*)
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7.2.9
Software Protocol–XON/XOFF
Active
Not Active(*)
7.2.10 Hardware Protocol–RTS/CTS
Not Active(*)
Active,
RTS idle after each character
Active,
RTS idle after whole message
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7.2.11 RS-232 Parameters-LRC
(Longitudinal Redundancy Check)
Not Active(*)
Active
7.2.12 RS-232 Parameters-Inter-Character Delay
None(*)
10 ms
20 ms
30 ms
40 ms
50 ms
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7.2.13 RS-232 Parameters-Inter-Message Delay
None(*)
10 ms
30 ms
50 ms
80 ms
100 ms
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7.3
BLUETOOTH SCANNER SETUP
7.3.1
Bluetooth Default Setting
Default Setting
7.3.2
Scanner Server/Client Mode
Scanner Server Mode Barcode
Scanner Client Mode Barcode
7.3.3
Sleep Mode
Sleep Mode 1 min. ON(*)
Sleep Mode 10min. ON
Sleep Mode OFF
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7.3.4
Memory Mode
Memory Mode ON
Memory Mode OFF(*)
Memory Read
Memory Clear
7.3.5
Set Scanner Pin Code Mode
Set Default Security Code Barcode
(PINCODE = 000000)
Set Security Code ON Barcode
Set Security OFF Barcode
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7.3.6
Set Pin Code Charactor
(PINCODE max. 6 digits, 0-9and A-Z ASCII CODE)
1) Begin to Set PINCODE
2) Go to the ASCII Tables in 9.10, scan 6 labels that represents the
PINCODE.
3) Complete to Set PINCODE
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7.4
BLUETOOTH CRADLE SETUP
7.4.1
Set Cradle Pin Code Mode
Set Default Security Code Barcode
(PINCODE = 000000)
Set Security ON Barcode
Set Security OFF Barcode
7.4.2
Set Pin Code Barcode
(PINCODE max. 6 digits ,0-9,A-Z ASCII CODE )
1) Begin to Set PINCODE
2) Go to the ASCII Tables in 9.10, scan 6 labels
that represents the PINCODE.
3) Complete to Set Scanner BT PINCODE
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7.4.3
Set Cradle Interface Barcode
Note: These parameter barcodes only used setting RS-232 interface for V1020BT series model. Please don’t used setting for V-1020 series model.
Set Cradle Interface Default Barcode
(default RS232, 19200, N-8-1)
Set Cradle KB Interface Barcode
Set Cradle RS232 Interface Barcode
Set Cradle USB HID Interface Barcode
7.4.3.1
Cradle Baud rate
600
48
1200
2400
4800
9600
<19200>
38400
7.4.3.2
Cradle Data bits
7 data bits
<8 data bits>
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7.4.3.3
Cradle Stop bits
<1 bit>
2 bits
7.4.3.4
Cradle Parity
<None>
Even
Odd
Mark
Space
7.4.3.5
Cradle Hand shaking
RTS/CTS Enable
50
<RTS/CTS Disable>
ACK/NAK Enable
<ACK/NAK Disable>
XON/XOFF Enable
< XON/XOFF Disable >
7.4.3.6 Cradle Keyboard Wedge mode parameters
1. Terminal type
<IBM PC/AT,PS/2>
IBM PC/XT
IBM PS/2 25, 30
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2. Upper/Lower Case
<No change>
Upper Case
Lower Case
3. Send Character by ALT Method
Enable
<Disable>
4. Select Numerical Pad
ON
<OFF>
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5. Time out Between Characters
<0 ms>
5 ms
10 ms
25 ms
50ms
100ms
6. Language Selection
<US English>
UK English
Italian
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Spanish
French
German
Swedish
Switzerland
Hungarian
Japanese
Belgium
Portuguese
Denmark
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Netherlands
Turkey
Reserved 1
7.5
DECODING SELECTION
7.5.1
Symbologies Selection
Australian Post ON
Australian Post OFF (*)
AZTEC ON
AZTEC OFF (*)
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BPO ON
BPO OFF (*)
Canada Post ON
Canada Post OFF (*)
CODABAR ON
CODABAR OFF (*)
Codablock A ON
Codablock A OFF (*)
Codablock F ON
Codablock F OFF (*)
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CODE 11 ON
CODE 11 OFF (*)
CODE 39 ON (*)
CODE 39 OFF
CODE 93 ON
CODE 93 OFF (*)
CODE 128 ON (*)
CODE 128 OFF
GS1-128 ON (*)
Scantech-ID
GS1-128 OFF
DATAMATRIX ON (*)
DATAMATRIX OFF
Dutch Post ON
Dutch Post OFF (*)
EAN-8 ON (*)
EAN-8 OFF
EAN-13 ON (*)
EAN-13 OFF
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EAN 128 ON (*)
EAN 128 OFF
GS1 CC-A/B ON
GS1 CC-A/B OFF (*)
GS1 CC-C ON
GS1 CC-C OFF (*)
GS1 DataBar-Omni ON
GS1 DataBar-Omni OFF (*)
GS1 DataBar-Limited ON
Scantech-ID
GS1 DataBar-Limited OFF (*)
GS1 DataBar-Expanded ON
GS1 DataBar-Expanded OFF (*)
Infomail ON
Infomail OFF (*)
INTERLEAVED 2 of 5 ON
INTERLEAVED 2 of 5 OFF (*)
Japan Post ON
Japan Post OFF (*)
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Matrix 2 of 5 ON
Matrix 2 of 5 OFF (*)
MaxiCode ON
MaxiCode OFF (*)
MicroPDF417 ON
MicroPDF417 OFF (*)
MSI ON
MSI OFF (*)
PDF417 ON (*)
Scantech-ID
PDF417 OFF
Planet ON
Planet OFF (*)
PLESSEY ON
PLESSEY OFF (*)
Postnet ON
Postnet OFF (*)
QR Code ON
QR Code OFF (*)
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Standard 2 of 5 ON
Standard 2 of 5 OFF (*)
Sweden Post ON
Sweden Post OFF (*)
Telepen ON
Telepen OFF (*)
TLC 39 ON
TLC 39 OFF (*)
UPC-A ON (*)
UPC-A OFF
Scantech-ID
UPC-E ON (*)
UPC-E OFF
Note: This step does not include codes for all support Barcode
symbologies.
For a complete overview of support symbologies see appendix.
If you need programming codes for symbologies which are not available
in this chapter, please contact Scantech-ID Technical Support
department or use
VEGA utility tool.
7.5.2
Disable All Symbologies.
Disable All Symbologies
- Disabled all Symbologies.
- Use the“OFF”option to disable individual symbologies.
- Does not reset individual parameters settings for each symbology.
(When you enable a symbology, you recover the parameter settings
stored in memory for that symbology when it was disabled – use reset
factory defaults to reset all the symbology parameters to their factory
default settings).
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7.6
AUSTRALIAN POST SETTINGS
7.6.1
Symbology Identifier
UDSI-Default"P3"(*)
Code Mark-Default"*"(*)
Scantech-ID
7.7
7.7.1
AZTEC SETTINGS
Structure Append Mode
Active
Not Active(*)
7.7.2
Aztec Runes
Active
Not Active(*)
7.7.3
GS1-128 Emulation
Active
Not Active(*)
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7.7.4
Symbology Identifier
UDSI-Default"D3"(*)
Code Mark-Default"*"(*)
Scantech-ID
7.8
BPO SETTINGS
7.8.1
Symbology Identifier
UDSI-Default"P2"(*)
Code Mark-Default"*"(*)
7.8.2
Check Digit Transmission
Active (*)
Not Active
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7.9
CANADA POST SETTINGS
7.9.1
Symbology Identifier
UDSI-Default"P6"(*)
Code Mark-Default"*"(*)
Scantech-ID
7.10 CODABAR SETTINGS
7.10.1 Symbology Identifier
UDSI-Default"B7"(*)
Code Mark- Default"D"(*)
7.10.2 Start/Stop
Not Transmitted(*)
Transmitted-a,b,c,d
Transmitted-A,B,C,D
Transmitted-a,b,c,d/t,n,*,e
Transmitted-DC1,DC2,DC3,DC4
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7.10.3 CLSI Library System
Active(insert spaces)
Not Active(*)
7.10.4 Check Digit Verification
Used
Not Used(*)
7.10.5 Check Digit Transmission
Transmitted
Not Transmitted(*)
Scantech-ID
7.10.6 Concatenation
Not Active (*)
Transmit All Codes
(Single,Concatenated)
Transmit Concatenated
Codes Only
No Start/Stop
Restrictions (*)
Stop 1 = Start 2
ABC
(American Blood Commission)
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7.11 CODABLOCK SETTINGS
7.11.1 Symbology Identifier
Codablock A
UDSI-Default"K0"(*)
Codablock A
Code Mark-Default"*"(*)
Codablock F
UDSI-Default"K1"(*)
Codablock F
Code Mark-Default"*"(*)
Scantech-ID
7.12 CODE 11 SETTINGS
7.12.1 Symbology Identifier
UDSI-Default"C1"(*)
Code Mark-Default"*"(*)
7.12.2 Check Digits
1 Digit(*)
2 Digits
Checked and Transmitted(*)
Checked but not Transmitted
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7.13 CODE 39 SETTINGS
7.13.1 Symbology Identifier
UDSI-Default"B1"(*)
Code Mark-Default"*"(*)
7.13.2 Format
Standard 43 Characters(*)
Full ASCII (Extended)
7.13.3 Start/Stop
Not Transmitted(*)
Transmitted
Scantech-ID
7.13.4 Accepted Characters
* Only(Standard Code 39)(*)
$ Only(Trioptic Code 39)
$ and *
(Standard and Trioptic Code 39)
7.13.5 Check Digit Verification
Not Used (*)
Modulo 43
French CIP
Italian CPI
Check Digit not Transmitted (*)
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Check Digit Transmitted
7.13.6 Reading Range
Extended (*)
Normal
7.13.7 Reading Tolerance
High (*)
Medium
Low
Scantech-ID
7.14 CODE 93 / CODE 93I SETTINGS
7.14.1 Symbology Identifier
UDSI-Default"B6"(*)
Code Mark-Default"D"(*)
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7.15 CODE 128 / GSI-128 SETTINGS
7.15.1 Symbology Identifier
UDSICode 128-Default"B3"(*)
UDSIGS1-128-Default"C9"(*)
Code MarkCode 128-Default"D"(*)
Code MarkGS1-128-Default"D"(*)
7.15.2 GS1-128 Identifier
Include ]C1 Identifier (*)
Remove ]C1 Identifier
Scantech-ID
7.15.3 CIP 128 French Pharmaceutical Codes
Active
Not Active (*)
FNC1 Separator Character
(GS1-128 norms)-<GS>(1Dh)(*)
7.15.4 Reading Tolerance
High (*)
Medium
Low
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7.15.5 ISBT 128
Active
Not active (*)
Transmit Single
Codes Only (*)
Transmit Concatenated
Codes Only
Transmit Single Codes/
Concatenated Codes
Concatenate Authorized
ISBT 128 Code Pairs Only(*)
Concatenate All
ISBT 128 Code Pairs
Scantech-ID
7.15.6 GTIN Processing For GS1-128
Active
Not Active (*)
7.15.7 Unconventional GS1-128
Active (*)
Not Active
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7.16 DATAMATRIX SETTINGS
7.16.1 Symbology Identifier
UDSI-Default"D0"(*)
Code Mark-Default"*"(*)
Scantech-ID
7.17 DUTCH POST SETTINGS
7.17.1 Symbology Identifier
UDSI-Default"P4"(*)
Code Mark-Default"*"(*)
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7.18 EAN /UPC PARAMETERS SETTINGS
7.18.1 Reading Type
UPC-A Transmitted As EAN-13 (*)
UPC-A Transmitted As UPC-A
UPC-E Transmitted As UPC-E (*)
UPC-E Transmitted As UPC-A
EAN-8 Transmitted As EAN 8 (*)
EAN-8 Transmitted As EAN-13
ISBN – Active
ISBN - Not Active (*)
Scantech-ID
ISMN – Active
ISMN - Not Active (*)
ISSN – Active
ISSN - Not Active (*)
GTIN Processing – Active
GTIN Processing - Not Active (*)
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7.18.2 Supplemental Setup
ADD-ON Digits Not Required
but Transmitted If Read (*)
ADD-ON Digits
Required and Transmitted
ADD-ON 2 ON
ADD-ON 2 OFF (*)
ADD-ON 5 ON
ADD-ON 5 OFF (*)
Scantech-ID
7.18.3 Check Digit Transmission
UPC-A Check Digit
Transmission ON (*)
UPC-A Check Digit
Transmission OFF
UPC-E Check Digit
Transmission ON (*)
UPC-E Check Digit
Transmission OFF
EAN-8 Check Digit
Transmitted ON (*)
EAN-8 Check Digit
Transmission OFF
EAN-13 Check Digit
Transmitted ON (*)
EAN-8 Check Digit
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Transmission OFF
7.18.4 Symbology Identifier
UDSI–UPC-A-Default"A0"(*)
UDSI–UPC-E-Default"E0"(*)
UDSI–EAN-8-Default"FF"(*)
UDSI–EAN-13-Default"F"(*)
Code Mark–UPC-A-Default"A"(*)
Code Mark–UPC-E-Default"E"(*)
Code Mark–EAN-8-Default"FF"(*)
Code Mark–EAN-13-Default"F"(*)
Scantech-ID
7.19 GS1 COMPOSITE SETTINGS
7.19.1 EAN/UPC Composite Message Decoding
Auto-Discriminate (*)
Always Linked
Never Linked
7.19.2 Symbology Identifier
UDSI–CC-A/B-Default"G0"(*)
UDSI–CC-C-Default"G1"(*)
Code Mark–CC-A/B-Default"*"(*)
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Code Mark–CC-C-Default"*"(*)
7.19.3 Linear Transmission Only
Active
Not Active (*)
Scantech-ID
7.20 GS1 DATABAR SETTINGS
7.20.1 Symbology Identifier
Omni-UDSI-Default"C3"(*)
Omni-Code Mark-Default"*"(*)
Limited-UDSI-Default"C4"(*)
Limited-Code Mark-Default"*"(*)
Expanded-UDSI-Default"C5"(*)
Expanded-Code Mark-Default"*"(*)
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7.21 INFOMAIL SETTINGS
7.21.1 Symbology Identifier
UDSI-Default"P8"(*)
Code Mark-Default "*"(*)
Scantech-ID
7.22 INTERLEAVED 2 OF 5 PARAMETERS
7.22.1 Check Digit Verification
Not Used (*)
Modulo 10
French CIP
Not Transmitted (*)
Transmitted
7.22.2 Symbology Identifier
UDSI-Default"B2"(*)
Code Mark-Default"I"(*)
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7.22.3 Reading Tolerance
High (*)
Medium
Low
Scantech-ID
7.23 JAPAN POST SETTINGS
7.23.1 Symbology Identifier
UDSI-Default"P5"(*)
Code Mark-Default"*"(*)
7.23.2 Check Digit Transmission
Active (*)
Not Active
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7.24 MATRIX 2 OF 5 SETTINGS
7.24.1 Symbology Identifier
UDSI-Default"B4"(*)
Code Mark-Default"D"(*)
Code Mark-Regular(*)
Code Mark-China Post
Scantech-ID
7.25 MAXICODE SETTINGS
7.25.1 Symbology Identifier
UDSI-Default"D2"(*)
Code Mark-Default"*"(*)
7.25.2 Mode 0
Active
Not Active(*)
7.25.3 Header
Regular(AIM)(*)
Extended
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7.26 MICROPDF417 SETTINGS
7.26.1 Symbology Identifier
UDSI–Default"C8"(*)
Code Mark-Default"*"(*)
7.26.2 Code 128 Emulation
Active
Not Active (*)
Scantech-ID
7.27 MSI CODE PARAMETERS SETTINGS
7.27.1 Symbology Identifier
UDSI-Default"B8"(*)
Code Mark-Default"D"(*)
7.27.2 Check Digit Verification
Modulo 10 (*)
Double Modulo 10
Check Digit Transmitted (*)
Check Digit Not Transmitted
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7.28 PDF417 SETTINGS
7.28.1 Symbology Identifier
UDSI-Default"C7"(*)
Code Mark-Default"*"(*)
7.28.2 Irregular PDF
Active
Not Active(*)
7.28.3 Control Header
Transmitted
Not Transmitted(*)
Scantech-ID
7.28.4 Optional Fields
File Name Transmitted
File Name
Not Transmitted (*)
Segment Count
Transmitted
Segment Count
Not Transmitted (*)
Time Stamp Transmitted
Time Stamp
Not Transmitted (*)
Sender Transmitted
Sender Not
Transmitted (*)
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Addressee Transmitted
Addressee
Not Transmitted (*)
File Size Transmitted
File Size
Not Transmitted (*)
Checksum Transmitted
Checksum Not Transmitted (*)
Scantech-ID
7.29 PLANET SETTINGS
7.29.1 Symbology Identifier
UDSI-Default"P1"(*)
Code Mark-Default"*"(*)
7.29.2 Check Digit Transmission
Active (*)
Not Active
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7.30 PLESSEY CODE PARAMETERS
7.30.1 Symbology Identifier
UDSI–Default"C2"(*)
Code Mark-Default"D"(*)
7.30.2 Check Digit Transmission
Check Digit Transmitted
Check Digit
Not Transmitted (*)
Scantech-ID
7.31 POSTNET SETTINGS
7.31.1 Symbology Identifier
UDSI-Default"P0"(*)
Code Mark-Default"*"(*)
7.31.2 Check Digit Transmission
Active(*)
Not Active
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7.32 QR CODE SETTINGS
7.32.1 Model 1 Control
Active
Not Active (*)
7.32.2 Symbology Identifier
UDSI-Default"D1"(*)
Code Mark-Default"*"(*)
Scantech-ID
7.33 STANDARD 2 OF 5 SETTINGS
7.33.1 Symbology Identifier
UDSI-Default"B5"(*)
Code Mark-Default"D"(*)
7.33.2 Format
Identicon
(6 start/stop bars)(*)
Computer Identics
(4 start/stop bars)
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7.33.3 Check Digit Verification
Not Used (*)
Modulo 10
Transmitted
Not Transmitted (*)
Scantech-ID
7.34 SWEDEN POST SETTINGS
7.34.1 Symbology Identifier
UDSI-Default"P7"(*)
Code Mark-Default "*"(*)
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7.35 TELEPEN SETTINGS
7.35.1 Symbology Identifier
UDSI-Default"C6"(*)
Code Mark-Default"*"(*)
7.35.2 Format
ASCII(*)
Numeric
Scantech-ID
7.36 TLC 39 SETTINGS
7.36.1 Symbology Identifier
UDSI-Default"H0"(*)
Code Mark-Default"*"(*)
7.36.2 Linear Transmission Only
Active
Not Active (*)
7.36.3 ECI security
10(*)
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7.37 MISCELLANEOUS PARAMETERS
7.37.1 Symbology Identifier
Symbology Identifier Transmitted
Symbology Identifier
Not Transmitted(*)
With this function ON, a leading character will be added to the output
string while scanning code, user may refer to the following table to
know what kind of barcode is being scanned.
Please refer to the table below for matching code Symbology Identifier
of codes read in.
Code Type
Aztec
Codabar
Code 11
Code 39
Code 93
Code 128
DataMatrix
EAN-8
EAN-13
EAN-128
ID
*
D
*
*
D
D
*
FF
F
D
Code Type
Interleaved 2 of 5
GS1 DataBar RSS-14
GS1 DataBar Expanded
GS1 DataBar Limited
MSI code
Plessey Code
PDF417
MicroPDF417
UPC-A
UPC-E
ID
I
*
*
*
*
D
*
*
A
E
Scantech-ID
7.38 PREAMBLES AND POSTAMBLES
7.38.1 Preamble
The scanner can be programmed to output Barcode data according the
following format: [PREAMBLE STRING] [BAR CODE DATA]
Example:
To send a <STX> in front of the barcode, scan only programming code
<STX>.
As a result, the scanner will give the following barcode output:
[<STX>] [BAR CODE DATA]
Preamble None (*)
<STX>
It could be possible that you need other Preambles, in that case please
use VEGA Utility tool or contact Scantech-ID Technical Support
Department.
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7.38.2 Postamble
The scanner can be programmed to output Barcode data According to
the following format: [BAR CODE DATA] [POSTAMBLE STRING]
Example:
To send a <ETX> after of the Barcode, scan only programming code
<ETX>.
As a result, the scanner will give the following barcode data output:
[BAR CODE DATA] [<ETX>]
Postamble None
CR+LF (*)
CR
LF
<ETX>
It could be possible that you need other Postambles, in that case use
VEGA utility Tool or contact Scantech-ID Technical Support Department.
Scantech-ID
Chapter 8 Operating Settings
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8.1
SCANNING TRIGGERING
<Level>
A reading session begins (lighting and decode processing on) when
beam is activated and stops when beam is deactivated.
Continuous Scanning
When the scanner is turned on a continuous reading session begins
(lighting and decode processing on).
Note: The continue scanning mode doesn’t support the V-1020BT.
Pulse
A reading session begins when beam is activated and stays on until a
period of inactivity lasting the time specified by the timeout.
After the timeout, the scan engine turns off.
Note: The pulse mode doesn’t support the V-1020BT.
Continuous + Flashing
When the scan engine is turned on, a reading session begins (no need
to activate the beam).
Scantech-ID
After a period of inactivity lasting the time specified by the timeout, the
scan engine starts flashing, checking for a barcode to be read.
When a barcode is detected, the lighting automatically turns on and
stays on until another period of inactivity (timeout).
After the timeout the scan engine starts flashing again.
Level + Flashing
This mode allows you the switch between level and flashing mode.
When the scanner is turned on it is in flashing mode (see flashing mode
for explanation).
You can automatically switch to level mode by activating the beam line.
After a period of inactivity lasting the time specified by the timeout the
scan engine switches back to flashing mode.
Flashing
Flashing mode allows power up the lighting and decoding are on (no
need to activate the trigger line) and after a period of inactivity lasting
the time specified by the trigger timeout, the scanner starts flashing,
checking for a bar code to be read.
When a bar code is detected, the lighting and decoding automatically
turn on and stay on until another period of inactivity (timeout), after the
timeout the scanner starts flashing again.
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Autostand
This mode allows you to switch from Flashing trigger mode to Level
trigger mode.
Autostand begins in flashing mode: At power up the lighting and
decoding are on (no need to activate the trigger line) and after a period
of inactivity lasting the time specified by the trigger timeout, the
scanner starts flashing.
To switch to Level trigger mode activate the trigger line (press the
trigger).
When in Level trigger mode, after a period of inactivity lasting the time
specified by the trigger timeout, the scanner switches back to flashing
mode.
Toggle
This mode allows lighting and decoding toggle when the trigger line is
activated.
First trigger activation = lighting and decoding on, second trigger
activation = lighting and decoding off.
Presentation
This mode allows power up lighting and decoding are on. After a period
of inactivity lasting the time specified by the trigger timeout, the lighting
turns off or is dimmed. When a new bar code is presented the lighting
and decoding restart and stay on until another period inactivity.
Scantech-ID
8.2
TIME OUT
2 sec(*)
4 sec
6 sec
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8.3
GOOD READ MODE
When active, the scan engine stops the reading session after a
successful decoding.
- NOTE: this parameter is NOT used with continuous and continuous +
flashing modes.
Active (*)
Not Active
Scantech-ID
8.4
BUZZER BEEP TONE
8.4.1
Beep Tone Setup
High (*)
Medium
Low
8.4.2
Good Read Beeps
One Beep (*)
Two Beeps
None
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8.4.3
Beep Duration
60 msec
80 msec (*)
200 msec
Off
8.4.4
Timing
During Transmission(*)
Before Transmission
After Transmission
Scantech-ID
8.5
GOOD READ DURATION
8.5.1
Good Read Led Duration
80 msec (*)
0.5 sec
1 sec
Off
8.5.2
Error Beep
On (*)
Off
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8.5.3
Setup Beep
On (*)
Off
8.6
BAD READ MESSAGE SETTINGS
Default = "NOREAD" (*)
Active
Not Active (*)
Scantech-ID
Chapter 9 Imager settings
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9.1
IMAGER MODE
You can set the best reading performance of your VEGA by adjusting
certain imager parameters. To choose the best reading performance,
depends on the environment, your used application and type of
barcodes.
 Area mode for decode 1D and 2D barcodes.
 Linear mode for decode 1D Barcodes.
Area mode allows you to set the position of the VEGA in any direction
regardless of the orientation of the barcode, and perform a good read
on 1D and 2D barcodes.
Linear mode allows you to increase your decoding speed while
scanning 1D barcodes. But, you need to position the beam so that it
falls across all bars in the 1D barcode.
1D Codes Only
Standard 1D and 2D Codes
1D and 2D Codes, Bright Environment
1D and 2D Codes With
Reflective Surface
Note: The imager mode function doesn’t support V-1020BT.
Scantech-ID
Appendixes
A. DECIMAL VALUE TABLE.........................123
B. ASCII TABLE.............................................124
C. READABLE SYMBOLOGIES....................125
D. TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS................126
E. SCAN MAP.................................................127
F. OVERVIEW PARTNUMBERS....................129
128
A.DECIMAL VALUE TABLE
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
Scantech-ID
B.ASCII TABLE
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
130
C.READABLE SYMBOLOGIES
1D Symbologies
Symbology
Codabar
Code 11
Code 39
Code 93 / 93i
Code 128
EAN 8 / EAN 13
EAN 128 / UCC
GS1 DataBar (RSS)
Interleaved 2 of 5
Industrial
ISBN
ISSN
Matrix
MSI Code
Plessey
Postal codes
Standard 2 of 5
Telepen
UPC A / UPC E
Default Enable
Note
Off
Off
On
Off
On
On
On
Off Omni, Expanded, limited
Off
Off
Off
Off
Off
Off
Off
Off
Off
Off
On
2D Symbologies
Symbology
Aztec
Datamatrix
PDF417
MicroPDF417
Maxicode
QR
UCC/ EAN Composite
Default Enable
Off
On
On
Off
Off
Off
Off
Scantech-ID
D.TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS
Physical Characteristics
Scanner Weight
V-1020 Approx. 133g
V-1020BT Approx. 180g
Cradle Weight
Approx. 145g
Charger Weight
Approx. 135g
Material
ABS Plastic
Connector
RJ 45C 10Pins
Scanner Dimension 186.8 mm x 81.6 mm x 63.9 mm
Cradle Dimension 123.9mm x 120mm x 71.4mm
Operational
Light source
Scan rate
Visible Red light 650nm + 10nm
200scans/sec auto adaptive in linear mode.
56 images/sec auto adaptive in 2D mode.
Optical resolution
752 Horizontal x 480 Vertical pixels, 256 gray
levels.
Scan angle
38° Horizontal, 25° Vertical
Interface
RS-232,USB(HID or Virtual),PS/2 KBW
Scanner
V-1020 Indicator led
Green = good read
V-1020BT Indicator leds Green = good read
Red = low battery,alarm
Blue = Bluetooth functions
Cradle Indicator leds Green = good read
Blue = Bluetooth functions
Green/Red= charge full/charging
Electrical Characteristics
Operation Voltage
5 VDC ±5%
Current Operating
450 mA (max) @ 5 VDC
Current Standby 37 mA typical @ 5 VDC
AC transformers 5.2 VDC @ 650 mA / Input AC 100-240V
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Radio Characteristics
Bluetooth Module
Frequency Band
Modulation Method
RF Output Power
Bluetooth V2.0 Standard
2.402GHz ~ 2.480GHz
GFSK for 1Mbps
Class 2 (under 4 dBm)
Class 1 (under 20dBm)
Bluetooth distance range
Bluetooth distance range
Class 2 up to 10M(33”)
Class 1 up to 100M(330”)
Environmental
Operating Temp. 0°C to 50°C (32°F to 122°F)
Storage Temp.
-20°C to 70°C (-4°F to 158°F)
Relative Humidity0 to 95% non-condensing
Ambient light
Works in lighting conditions from 0 to 100,000
lux
Regulatory of Compliance
FCC
CE
RoHs
Scantech-ID
E.SCAN MAP
Typical Reading Distances
in
0"
4"
8"
12”
16"
20"
10"
25
8"
20
Data Matrix
7.5 mils
6"
15
PDF417
6.6 mils
4"
10
5
2"
0
0"
5
2"
4"
10
0.125 mm/
5 mils
15
6"
0.25 mm / 10 mils
8"
20
100% contrast UPC / EAN
10"
25
0.5 mm / 20 mils
cm
0
10
20
30
40
50
VEGA Typical Reading Distance: These distances are measured in an
office environment (250 lux).
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VEGA Typical Reading Distances (centimeters)
Symbology
Density
Minimum
Maximum
Distance
Distance
Code 39
0.125 mm
7.2 cm
13.1 cm
0.20 mm
3.8 cm
22.5 cm
0.25 mm
3.4 cm
27 cm
0.5 mm
5 cm
44 cm
1 mm
8 cm
83 cm
UPC / EAN
0.33 mm
5 cm
32 cm
Data matrix 0.191 mm
6.3 cm
17.2 cm
0.254 mm
4.8 cm
22 cm
0.381 mm
*
29 cm
PDF417
0.16 mm
6.2 cm
15.4 cm
0.254 mm
4.5 cm
23 cm
0.381 mm
4 cm
37 cm
*Minimum distance depends on symbology length and scan angle.
VEGA Typical Reading Distances (inches)
Symbology
Density
Minimum
Maximum
Distance
Distance
Code 39
5
mils
2.8 Inch
5.1 Inch
8
mils
1.5 Inch
8.8 Inch
10
mils
1.3 Inch
10.5 Inch
20
mils
2
Inch
17.2 Inch
40
mils
3.1 Inch
2.4 Inch
UPC / EAN
13
mils
2
Inch
12.5 Inch
Data matrix 7.5 mils
2.5 Inch
6.7 Inch
10
mils
1.9 Inch
8.6 Inch
15
mils
*
11.3 Inch
PDF417
6.6 mils
2.4 Inch
6
Inch
10
mils
1.8 Inch
9
Inch
15
mils
1.6 Inch 14.4 Inch
*Minimum distance depends on symbology length and scan angle.
Scantech-ID
F.OVERVIEW MODEL NUMBERS
VEGA with Area Imager
Version with RS232 interface:
1. A273002 VEGA V-1020-02
2. A274002 VEGA V-1020BT C2 -02
3. A276002 VEGA V-1021BT C1 -02
Version with KBW interface:
4. A274004 VEGA V-1020BT C2 -04
5. A276004 VEGA V-1021BT C1 -04
Version with USB (HID KBW) interface:
6. A273004 VEGA V-1020-04
7. A274003 VEGA V-1020BT C2 -03
8. A276003 VEGA V-1021BT C1 -03
Version with USB (virtual com port) interface:
9. A273003 VEGA V-1020-03
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