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RoadRunners BRR-L Programming Guide
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RoadRunners BRR-L Programming Guide
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Introduction
Scanning a series of programming bar code labels can
confi gure the scanner.
The scanner must be properly powered before programming.
The scanner will acknowledge a good and valid programming
barcode label reading with two beeps and a green
enlightening. It will give two other beeps (lower tone) and
a red enlightening of the RSL led for either an invalid or
bad reading.
Please do not read the programming barcodes while being
connected to the BaracodaManager.
PROGRAMMING OPTIONS:
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Programmable options are divided into 2 groups. The first
groups includes the options that show the general behaviour
of the scanner. The second group sets the decoding
parameters for each barcode symbology.
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1/ INTRODUCTION ..................................................................................................................................3
2/ GENERAL CONFIGURATION .............................................................................................................4
2.1/ Reset all parameters:.................................................................................................................. 4
2.2/ Erase all barcodes in memory .................................................................................................... 4
2.3/ Baracoda advanced features ...................................................................................................... 4
2.3.1/ Switch on delay.......................................................................................................................................... 4
2.3.2/ Shutdown timers ........................................................................................................................................ 5
2.3.3/ No data loss mode and Baracoda Header ................................................................................................ 5
2.3.4/ Timestamp Option...................................................................................................................................... 6
2.4/ Reading Mode ............................................................................................................................ 7
2.5/ Operating Mode.......................................................................................................................... 8
2.5.1/ Real time mode.......................................................................................................................................... 8
2.5.2/ Batch mode ................................................................................................................................................ 9
2.6/ Cradle / RS232 jack.................................................................................................................. 10
2.6.1/ Cradle....................................................................................................................................................... 10
2.6.2/ RS232 jack............................................................................................................................................... 10
2.7/ Buzzer and Led Settings........................................................................................................... 10
2.8/ Bluetooth commands ................................................................................................................ 11
2.8.1/ Bluetooth name........................................................................................................................................ 11
2.8.2/ Sniff settings ............................................................................................................................................ 12
2.8.3/ Power emission settings .......................................................................................................................... 12
2.8.4/ Security (code PIN) settings .................................................................................................................... 12
2.9/ Prefix and suffix ........................................................................................................................ 13
2.9.1/ Prefix/suffix............................................................................................................................................... 13
2.9.2/ Postrefix/postsuffix................................................................................................................................... 14
3/ DECODER SETTINGS.......................................................................................................................15
3.1/ Symbology default settings ....................................................................................................... 15
3.2/ Symbology Identifier ................................................................................................................. 15
3.3/ Voting ....................................................................................................................................... 15
3.4/ Disable All Symbologies ........................................................................................................... 15
3.5/ Set decoder barcode length...................................................................................................... 16
3.6/ Codabar settings ...................................................................................................................... 16
3.7/ Code 11 Settings ...................................................................................................................... 17
3.8/ Code 39 settings....................................................................................................................... 17
3.9/ Code 93 Settings ...................................................................................................................... 18
3.10/ Code 128 Settings .................................................................................................................. 19
3.10.1/ General .................................................................................................................................................. 19
3.10.2/ EAN 128: Group Separator ................................................................................................................... 19
3.11/ Interleaved 2 of 5 Settings ...................................................................................................... 20
3.12/ MSI Code Settings.................................................................................................................. 20
3.13/ Standard 2 of 5 Settings ......................................................................................................... 21
3.14/ UPC/ EAN Settings................................................................................................................. 21
3.15/ Set min or Max length option .................................................................................................. 23
APPENDIX 1: ASCII Table (A-Z, a-z, 0-9, ponctuation, Control characters) .............................. 25
APPENDIX 2 ................................................................................................................................... 29
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1/ Introduction
Please verify that your Roadrunners has a firmware version equal or superior to 3.1 before using it with this
programming Guide. Some functionality may not work with older versions of the firmware. Refer to the
BaracodaManager documentation in order to know how to upgrade your scanner.
The RoadRunners can be programmed by scanning barcode labels which contain commands for the 1D decoder.
Programming labels must be Code128, with specific starting and ending characters. These labels will always be
read, even if Code128 symbology is disabled.
The scanner will acknowledge a good and valid programming bar code label reading with two beeps and a green
enlightening of both leds. It will give two other beeps (lower tone) and a red enlightening of the RSL led for either
an invalid or bad reading.
Please do not read the programming barcodes while being connected to the BaracodaManager.
Programmable options are divided into 2 groups. The first group includes the options that show the general
behaviour of the scanner. The second group sets the decoding parameters for each barcode symbology.
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2/ General Configuration
2.1/ Reset all parameters:
The reading of the "Default settings” label turns all the parameters of the BRR-L back to default settings and
switches it off.
Reset to factory defaults
2.2/ Erase all barcodes in memory
The RoadRunners has the ability to store barcodes in its internal memory (both in batch mode and in Real Time
with “No Data Loss Mode” ON). By reading the following barcode you will empty the internal memory of the
scanner.
Empty memory
2.3/ Baracoda advanced features
2.3.1/ Switch on delay
In order to switch on the BRR-L in its standard mode, you should just press the trigger. You can set up the
scanner to be switched on only after keeping the trigger pressed for two seconds by reading the appropriate
barcode.
Switch on delay : 2 seconds
Switch on delay : 0 second (*)
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2.3.2/ Shutdown timers
There are two differents ‘shutdown timers’ :
-
when connected timer : delay between the last scanned barcode and the switch off when the
scanner is connected to a host
-
Not connected timer : delay between the last scanned barcode and the switch off when the
scanner is not connected to any host
It is possible to set those timers to ‘infinite’. In that case, the scanner will stay all the time ON.
Set shutdown timers to infinity
By default, timers value are :
when connected timer = 20 minutes
Not connected timer = 10 minutes
Set shutdown timers to defaults
2.3.3/ No data loss mode and Baracoda Header
Baracoda header:
It is a proprietary data encapsulation. It is necessary to activate it to use the Baracoda keyboard emulation
(Kemul) and Hyper terminal.
The Baracoda header is enabled in default settings
No data loss mode:
Baracoda has developed a proprietary communication protocol in order to enhance the security of the Bluetooth
transmission.
Every barcode sent to the host must be acknowledged by the host (until then, the scanner will transmit it again
and again).
This acknowledgment is disabled in default settings. It is strongly recommended to set this protocol
acknowledgment on when using the scanner with the BaracodaManager.
Enable Baracoda header
+ “No Data loss mode” ON
Disable Baracoda header
+ “No data loss mode” OFF
Enable Baracoda header
+ “No Data loss mode” OFF (*)
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2.3.4/ Timestamp Option
Time stamp can be configured (ON/OFF, set new date and new time) by the following configuration barcodes
Timestamp on
Timestamp off (*)
START
Read « Set Timestamp » label
Read intermediary label
Corresponding to the next digit to set for the
Timestamp (from Appendix 1)
NO
Finished ? (1)
YES
Read « END of config » label
END
Programming procedure for “set Timestamp” option.
Set Timestamp
END of configuration
Noted that the timestamp must fit the specific following format:
{YY} {MM} {DD} {HH} {MM} {SS}
The setting is made by scanning the 0-9 labels (Appendix 1) as on a calculator; following the timestamp format
shown above.
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For example: to set the current time at 16th May 2007, 3.25 pm, the user will scan:
- “Set Timestamp” label,
- “0” label,
- “7” label,
- “0” label,
- “5” label,
- “1” label,
- “6” label,
- “1” label,
- “5” label,
- “2” label,
- “5” label,
- “0” label,
- “0” label,
- “end of config” label.
2.4/ Reading Mode
•
•
•
•
In trigger mode, pressing the trigger will activate the beam.
The Aiming trigger mode has been developped for users who need to scan barcodes very close each others
and they have to be sure to always read the corect one. Once in this mode, in order to read a barcode user
will have to press the trigger twice. Pressing it the first time will switch on the beam but will not switch on the
decoder (thus allowing user to aim at the correct barcode) while pressing the trigger the second time will
activate the decoder thus allowing the RoadRunners to actually decode the barcode.
In autoscan mode the beam will be continuously on
In Smart Autoscan, for a battery power consumption optimisation issue, the scanner will be continously
flashing.
Trigger (*)
Autoscan
Aiming Trigger Mode
Smart Autoscan
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2.5/ Operating Mode
Real Time mode (standard mode): barcodes are transmitted in real time to the remote host device/terminal (with
optional acknowledgment beep from the host to the scanner).
User can choose if the scanner, when not connected, should read, memorize and later automatically upload the
barcodes or shouldn’t read the barcodes (no beam).
Batch mode: Barcodes are stored in the scanner even if the reader is connected to a device. In order to upload
the data the user will have to read the “discharge” barcode
2.5.1/ Real time mode
Important reminder: if an ACK beep or bufferisation is needed, the scanner must be set in the “no data loss mode”
first. (See part 1.2.2.)
REAL TIME mode:
Erases all codes in memory and
forces the RoadRunners in Real time mode.
No other setting is changed.
REAL TIME with ACK beep and bufferisation.
Forces the RoadRunners in Real Time mode (with
data acknowledgement). Erases all codes in
memory. The BRR should have been previously set
in the “No data loss mode” ON.
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REAL TIME without ACK beep and buffersiation.
Forces the RoadRunners in Real Time mode
(without data acknowledgement). Erases all codes
in memory. The BRR should have been previously
set in the “No data loss mode” ON.
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2.5.2/ Batch mode
BATCH MODE. Forces the
RoadRunners in Batch mode.
Erases all codes in memory.
When in batch mode, The BRR will wait the appropriate command in order to start uploading the barcodes: this
command can come
•
from the Baracoda Manager
•
from reading the “discharge” barcode here after
If this barcode is read when the reader is in batch mode and connected, the reader will automatically upload to
the host all the data in its memory. If not in batch mode and not connected, the BRR-L will ignore this barcode.
Æ For CPU firmware versions <3.16, only the following upload barcode is available:
Upload batch data
When scanning this barcode, the BRR will send all barcodes in memory using the Baracoda header, with “no data
loss mode” OFF.
Æ For CPU firmware versions ≥3.16, this upload barcode is available:
Upload batch data with no data loss mode
This upload process consists in switching temporarily the BRR into Real time with “no data loss mode” ON (all the
barcodes in memory will be sent using the no data loss protocol). Then the BRR switches back to batch mode
when all the barcodes are properly sent.
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2.6/ Cradle / RS232 jack
2.6.1/ Cradle
By default, the scanner Bluetooth is always ON. (It wasn’t the case for CPU version < 3.00)
Disable dock UART (*)
2.6.2/ RS232 jack
To communicate with the scanner through the RS232 cable instead of Bluetooth way, you have to scan this
barcode.
Parameters are :
Enable Dock UART
Baud rate : 115200
Parity : none
Data bits : 8
Stop bit : 1
Note : When the RS232 cable is not connected, it is possible to communicate with the scanner over Bluetooth.
2.7/ Buzzer and Led Settings
You can use these options to enable or disable the buzzer and / or the Led. You can also invert the led position.
LED ON (*)
LED OFF
LED CONFIG : default (*)
LED CONFIG : inverted
Good read beep on (*)
Good read beep off
ACK beep on (*)
ACK beep off
Beep level volume = HIGH (*)
Beep level Volume = LOW
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2.8/ Bluetooth commands
2.8.1/ Bluetooth name
You can change the scanner Bluetooth name; name that you see during a search of Bluetooth peripheral.
(Feature enabled for CPU firmware version > 3.00)
START
Read « Set BT name » label
Read intermediary label
Corresponding to the next character to set for the
BT Name (from Appendix 1)
NO
Finished ?
YES
Read « END of config » label
END
Set BT Name
End of config
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2.8.2/ Sniff settings
The higher the Sniff period, the higher is the latency and the smaller is the power consumption.
Default value is 150ms.
Sniff period = 200ms
Sniff period = 150ms (*)
Sniff period = 300ms
Sniff period = 100ms
Sniff period = 500ms
2.8.3/ Power emission settings
You can configure your scanner to work at 20 dBm (default setting) or 10 dBm.
Due to local laws, you may not use 20 dBm in some countries
Power = 10dBm
Power = 20dBm(*)
2.8.4/ Security (code PIN) settings
Some BT device will not accept connections with devices that do not have a security code.
Disable BT security code
Enable BT security code (*)
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2.9/ Prefix and suffix
The barcode string can be added a prefix, a postprefix, a suffix and/or a postsuffix. These can come as described
below:
prefix
postprefix
barcode
suffix
postsuffix
2.9.1/ Prefix/suffix
You can add a prefix and/or a suffix (strings of more than 32 characters will not be accepted) to every barcode
sent to the host device.
There is no prefix/suffix in default settings.
PREFIX on
SUFFIX on
PREFIX off (*)
SUFFIX off (*)
START
Read « Set Suffix (prefix) » label
Read intermediary label
Corresponding to the next character to set for the
suffix (appendix 1 of this document)
NO
Finished * ?
YES
Read « END of config » label
END
Programming procedure for “set suffix (prefix)” option.
*= max length of the Suffix (Prefix) is 32 characters
Set prefix
End of configuration
Set suffix
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2.9.2/ Postrefix/postsuffix
You can add a postprefix and/or a postsuffix (strings of more than 32 characters will not be accepted) to every
barcode sent to the host device.
(Feature enabled for CPU firmware version ≥ 3.16)
There is no postprefix/postsuffix in default settings.
POST PREFIX on
POST SUFFIX on
POST PREFIX off (*)
POST SUFFIX off (*)
START
Read « Set postprefix (postsuffix) » label
Read intermediary label
Corresponding to the next character to set for the
postprefix/postsuffix(appendix A of this document)
NO
Finished *?
YES
Read « END of config » label
END
Programming procedure for “set postprefix (postsuffix)” option.
*= max length of the Suffix (Prefix) is 32 characters
Set postprefix
End of configuration
Set postsuffix
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3/ Decoder settings
3.1/ Symbology default settings
Sets the defaults decoder settings for all the symbologies
Set Decoder Default Settings
3.2/ Symbology Identifier
AIM Identifier will be transmitted at the beginning of the barcode. More information about the AIM Identifier available in
Appendix2
Symbology identifier - AIM - not transmitted (*)
Symbology identifier - AIM - transmitted
3.3/ Voting
Standard voting set is 2. This means that a barcode is considered read by the decoder if the same data is
decoded twice. Changing this parameters will enable a stronger security on the decoding of the barcode.
Voting = 3
Voting = 2 (*)
Voting = 4
3.4/ Disable All Symbologies
Even if all symbologies are disabled, the RoadRunners will always be able to read the programming barcodes of
this document.
Disable all symbologies
Enable all symbologies
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3.5/ Set decoder barcode length
You can set a fixed length for the barcode decoding. The scanner will only decode barcodes of this length.
(Feature enabled for CPU firmware version ≥ 3.16)
START
Read « Set barcode length » label
Read intermediary label
Corresponding to the next digit to set for the length (see
Appendix 1) (5 digits max)
NO
Finished ? (1)
YES
Read « END of config » label
END
Programming procedure for “set barcode length” option.
Set barcode length
END of config
3.6/ Codabar settings
Codabar - start/stop - transmitted
Codabar - not active
Codabar – active (*)
Codabar - check digit (AIM recommendation) - not
used (*)
Codabar - start/stop - not transmitted (*)
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Codabar – barcode length Min=6 (*)
Codabar - check digit (AIM recommendation) checked but not transmitted
Codabar - barcode length - any length
3.7/ Code 11 Settings
Code 11 - not active (*)
Code 11 - check digits - checked and transmitted (*)
Code 11 - active
Code 11 - check digits - checked but not transmitted
Code 11 - check digits - 1 digit (*)
Code 11 - barcode length - any length
Code 11 - check digits - 2 digits
Code 11 – barcode length – Min = 6 (*)
3.8/ Code 39 settings
Code 39 - active (*)
Code 39 - format - standard 43 characters (*)
Code 39 - not active
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Code 39 - check digit - not used (*)
Code 39 - start/stop - not transmitted (*)
Code 39 - start/stop - transmitted
Code 39 - start/stop - accepted characters - * only
(standard Code 39) (*)
Code 39 - start/stop - accepted characters - $ only
(Trioptic Code 39)
Code 39 - start/stop - accepted characters - $ and
* (standard and Trioptic Code 39)
Code 39 - check digit - modulo 43 - checked and
transmitted
Code 39 - check digit - modulo 43 - checked but not
transmitted
Code 39 - barcode length - any length (*)
Code 39 - barcode length - minimum length = 6
3.9/ Code 93 Settings
Code 93 - not active
Code 93 - barcode length - any length
Code 93 – active (*)
Code 93 - barcode length - minimum length = 6 (*)
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3.10/ Code 128 Settings
3.10.1/ General
Code 128/EAN 128 - not active
Code 128/EAN 128 - barcode length - any length (*)
Code 128/EAN 128 – active (*)
Code 128/EAN 128 - barcode length - minimum
length = 6
3.10.2/ EAN 128: Group Separator
‘FNC1’ included in an EAN128 code is transmitted by default as ‘GS’ (Group Separator – 0x1D).
(Feature enablde for CPU firmware version > 3.00)
Enable GS transmission (*)
Disable GS transmission
It is possible to replace that ‘GS’ data to an other ASCII data.
(Feature enabled for CPU firmware version > 3.00)
START
Read « define GS » label
Read intermediary label
Corresponding to the next character to set for the
replacing data of GS
NO
Finished ?
YES
Read « END of config » label
END
Define GS
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The common request to replace ‘GS’ by the | (pipe) can be done through the scan of :
(Feature enabled for CPU firmware version > 3.00)
Define | as GS
Even if the “AIM ID transmit” is disabled, it is possible to enable the AIM ID transmission for EAN128.
(Feature enabled for CPU firmware version > 3.00)
Enable AIM ID transmission for EAN128
Disable AIM ID transmission for EAN128 (*)
3.11/ Interleaved 2 of 5 Settings
Interleaved 2 of 5 - not active
Interleaved 2 of 5 – active (*)
Interleaved 2 of 5 - check digit - mod 10 - checked
but not transmitted
Interleaved 2 of 5 - barcode length - minimum length
= 6 (*)
Interleaved 2 of 5 - check digit - not used (*)
Interleaved 2 of 5 – barcode length- any length
Interleaved 2 of 5 - check digit - mod 10 - checked
and transmitted
3.12/ MSI Code Settings
MSI Code - not active (*)
MSI Code - check digit - mod 10 - checked and
transmitted (*)
MSI Code – active
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MSI Code - check digit - double mod 10 - checked
but not transmitted
MSI Code - barcode length - any length
MSI Code - check digit - double mod 10 - checked
and transmitted
MSI Code - barcode length - minimum length = 6 (*)
3.13/ Standard 2 of 5 Settings
Standard 2 of 5 - not active
Standard 2 of 5 - check digit mod 10 - checked but
not transmitted
Standard 2 of 5 – active *
Standard 2 of 5 - barcode length - any length
Standard 2 of 5 - check digit mod 10 - not used (*)
Standard 2 of 5 - barcode length - minimum length =
6 (*)
Standard 2 of 5 - check digit mod 10 - checked and
transmitted
3.14/ UPC/ EAN Settings
UPC / EAN - UPC-A and EAN 13 desactivated
UPC / EAN - active (*)
UPC / EAN - UPC-E desactivated
UPC / EAN - not active
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UPC / EAN - EAN-8 desactivated
UPC / EAN - UPC number system - UPC-E transmitted (*)
UPC / EAN - check digit - UPC-A and EAN13 transmitted (*)
Enable EAN13/UPCA checksum transmission
\ V T \ V T \ F N C 4
UPC / EAN - UPC number system - UPC-E - not
transmitted
\ N U L \ E O T D D \ S O H G \ F F \ F F
UPC / EAN - check digit - UPC-A/EAN 13 - not
transmitted
UPC / EAN - re-encoding UPC-A, UPC-E, EAN-8 UPC-A transmitted as EAN-13
UPC / EAN - check digit - UPC-E - transmitted (*)
UPC / EAN - re-encoding UPC-A, UPC-E, EAN-8 UPC-A transmitted as UPC-A (*)
UPC / EAN - check digit - UPC-E - not transmitted
UPC / EAN - re-encoding UPC-A, UPC-E, EAN-8 UPC-E transmitted as UPC-E (*)
UPC / EAN - check digit - EAN-8 - transmitted (*)
UPC / EAN - re-encoding UPC-A, UPC-E, EAN-8 UPC-E transmitted as UPC-A
UPC / EAN - check digit - EAN-8 - not transmitted
UPC / EAN - re-encoding UPC-A, UPC-E, EAN-8 EAN-8 transmitted as EAN 8 (*)
UPC / EAN - UPC number system - UPC-A transmitted (*)
UPC / EAN - re-encoding UPC-A, UPC-E, EAN-8 EAN-8 transmitted as EAN-13
UPC / EAN - UPC number system - UPC-A - not
transmitted
Disable UPCA Number System transmission
\ V T \ V T \ F N C 4
\ N U L \ E O T D D \ S O H Q \ F F \ F F
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3.15/ Set min or Max length option
The following is a procedure to follow for every barcodes
START
Read « Start - Set min (Max) length » label
Read intermediary label from the below table
to select the desired symbology to configure
Read intermediary label
Corresponding to the next digit of the min (Max) length value to
apply (as on a calculator).
NO
Finished ?
YES
Read « END of config » label
END
Programming procedure for “set min (Max) length” option.
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Symbology table
Header
Selected Symbology
SELECT ALL
Code 93
Code 128 / EAN 128
EAN 13 / UPC A
Code 39
Codabar
Interleaved 2 of 5
Standard 2 of 5 (industrial 2 of 5)
Code 11
MSI
UPC E
EAN 8
Start – set min length
End of config
Start – Set Max length
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APPENDIX 1: ASCII Table (A-Z, a-z, 0-9, ponctuation, Control
characters)
Capital letters (A-Z) :
Name
Programming label
Name
A
N
B
O
C
P
D
Q
E
R
F
S
G
T
H
U
I
V
J
W
K
X
L
Y
M
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Small letters (a-z) :
Name
Programming label
Name
a
n
b
o
c
p
d
q
e
r
f
s
g
t
h
u
i
v
j
w
k
x
l
Y
m
z
Programming label
Ponctuation
Space
"
!
#
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$
<
$
\
L
F
\
L
F
$
\
L
F
\
L
F
%
=
&
>
'
?
(
@
)
[
*
]
+
^
,
_
-
{
.
|
/
}
:
~
;
Decimal numbers (0-9) :
Name
0
1
2
3
Programming label
5
6
7
8
9
4
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Control Characters:
Name
Programming label
NUL
CR
SOH
EOT
STX
ETX
TAB
LF
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APPENDIX 2
The SI prefix is a two or three character string:
] c m where
] : SI indicator
c : Symbology Identification
m : Modifier characters (optional)
Symbology Character
A Code 39
B Telepen
C Code 128
D Code One
E EAN/UPC
F Codabar
G Code 93
H Code 11
I ITF 25
K Code 16K
L PDF417
M
N
O
P
R
S
T
X
Z
MSI code
Anker Code
Codablock
Plessey Code
Straight 2 of 5 (two bar start/stop
codes)
Straight 2 of 5 (three bar start/stop
codes)
Code 49
Other Bar code
Non Barcode data
Modifier Characters
The modifier character is determined by summing the option values of each symbology. If the sum is greater than
9, use A, B, C, D, E , F in the place of 10, 11, 12, 13, 14 and 15.
Code 39 Option Values
0 No check character or Full ASCII
1 Reader has performed mod 43 check
Reader has performed mod 43 check
2
and stripped the check character
Reader has performed Full ASCII
4
conversion
Telepen Option Values
0 Full ASCII mode
1 Double density numeric mode
Double density numeric followed by
2
full ASCII
Full ASCII followed by double density
4
numeric
Code 128 Option Values
0 Standard
Function code 1 in first character
1
position
Function code 2 in second character
2
position
Concatenation according to ISBT
4 specification has been performed, and
concatenated data follows.
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