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MS2xxx
Stratos® Series
Configuration Addendum
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Table of Contents
Important Notes
Before You Start............................................................................................ 1
Scale Program Mode .......................................................................................... 3
Scale/Load Cell Configuration Bar Codes
Single or Dual Cable Scale Configuration Bar Codes
Unit Configuration (Pounds or Kilograms) .............................................. 7
Pole Display Configuration ..................................................................... 8
Scale Settling Filter Configuration .......................................................... 9
Scroll Weight Configuration .................................................................. 11
Dual Cable Scale Configuration Bar Codes
Price Computing Configuration ............................................................ 12
Scale Protocols .................................................................................... 13
Scale COM Port Settings (Baud Rate) ................................................. 16
Scale COM Port Settings (Data Bits & Parity) ...................................... 18
Single Cable Scale Configuration Bar Codes
Set Scale for Single Cable Communication ......................................... 21
Scanner Configuration Bar Codes
Dual Cable Scanner Configuration Bar Codes
Dual Cable Scanner Mode ................................................................... 23
Dual Cable Scanner OPOS Mode ........................................................ 23
Various Dual Cable Scanner Mode ...................................................... 24
rd
IBM 3 Generation 46xx ...................................................................... 25
IBM OEM Full Speed USB ................................................................... 25
Single Cable Scanner Protocols for P.O.S. Compatibility
MSS Global .......................................................................................... 26
ISS45 ................................................................................................... 27
OPOS ................................................................................................... 28
iii
Retalix / NCR ....................................................................................... 29
IT Retail ................................................................................................ 30
IBM Self Checkout System .................................................................. 31
Various RS232 Single Cable Codes .................................................... 32
rd
IBM 3 Generation 46xx ...................................................................... 33
IBM OEM Full Speed USB ................................................................... 34
Additional POS Data Formatting
Full Speed USB Table Top/Handheld .................................................. 35
Special Function ACK .......................................................................... 37
Prefix/Suffix .......................................................................................... 38
3x-30 Acknowledge Responses ........................................................... 39
Special Function Command Responses .............................................. 40
BCC in POS communications .............................................................. 44
3 Scale Status Bytes ............................................................................ 45
Scale Options ....................................................................................... 46
Remote Display .................................................................................... 47
StratosSTATS ...................................................................................... 48
Additional POS Related Functions
Scanner Beep on Weight Sent ............................................................. 51
Restrict In-Store Codes ........................................................................ 52
Scale Shadow Mode ............................................................................ 53
Scanner Razz on Not-On-File .............................................................. 54
Additional Scanner Configuration Bar Codes
Horizontal Depth of Field...................................................................... 55
Vertical Depth of Field .......................................................................... 57
Auxiliary Port
StratosSCHOOL................................................................................... 59
Quick Start for a Secondary Honeywell Scanner ................................. 60
iv
EAS Bar Codes
EAS Device Types ............................................................................... 63
EAS Timeout ........................................................................................ 66
EAS Connection ................................................................................... 71
Continuous Mode ................................................................................. 74
EAS Deactivation ................................................................................. 75
Sensormatic ScanMax Pro ................................................................... 78
Scanner Test Bar Codes
Supplemental Tests .................................................................................. 81
Display Software Numbers ................................................................... 81
Customer Support
Technical Assistance................................................................................... 83
Product Service and Repair ........................................................................ 84
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Important Notes
Before You Start
It is important to read the text at the top of each page of bar codes. The text will
provide important additional information about the restrictions and uses of the bar
codes shown. Not all configuration codes are designed to be used for both a
single and dual cable scanner/scale system. Many of the configuration bar
codes require additional steps before the unit can be configured and placed into
service. Most of the bar codes in this addendum were designed to be used with
a Stratos model that includes a scale.
All of the bar codes in this manual require:

The scanner/scale to have a firmware number of 14996 or higher

All configuration bar codes must be scanned with the vertical window
The bar codes (starting with 996) located on pages 7 - 21 also require the
scanner/scale to:

Be in scale program mode (see page 3)

Be calibrated, sealed and certified by local Weights and Measures
authorities after the scale configuration process has been completed.
The scanner/scale cannot be placed in service until it is sealed and
certified by the proper authorities.
Important Notes

For further details on calibration procedures for Weights and Measures
certification, refer to the Scale Operation: Calibration section of the
Stratos Installation and User’s Guide.

The certification of the weighing mechanism of the scale version of this
scanner is subject to federal, state and local Weights and Measures
statutes and regulations and can only be performed by authorized
government agencies and/or their duly registered agents. Each time the
scale or weighing mechanism is calibrated, it should be properly sealed
with a paper seal or a wire seal prior to being placed into service in
commerce.

It is the responsibility of the owner of the scale to confirm compliance
with the relevant Weights and Measures statutes and regulations
applicable in your area by checking with the appropriate government
agency before placing a newly calibrated unit into service or removing
any official seals.
1
2
Scale Program Mode
The following steps are only required for the scale configuration bar codes
located on pages 7 - 21 (bar codes beginning with 996.)
1.
Power down the scanner/scale.
Then, temporarily remove the
scale platter and place it in a safe
location.
See caution on page 4.
Figure 1.
2.
Cut and remove the security seal over the program/calibration switch cover.
See Figure 2 below for seal location on the StratosE and the StratosH
models. See Figure 3 on page 4 for the seal location on the StratosS.
Note: Once the security seal is cut the unit cannot be placed in service until
it is calibrated, sealed and certified by local Weights and Measures
authority.
3.
Remove the M3 screw securing the switch cover in place. Store the cover
and screw in a safe location. They will be needed again after the scale is
configured and calibrated.
Always follow all Electro-Static Discharge (ESD) procedures when
exposing the internal scanner/scale components.
4.
Enter the scale program mode by sliding the switch to the program
position. See Figure 2 below for the switch location on the StratosE and
StratosH. See Figure 3 on page 4 for the switch location on the StratosS.
Figure 2. StratosE and StratosH Calibration Seal and Switch Location
3
Figure 3. StratosS Calibration Seal and Switch Location
5.
Disconnect the scale-to-host RS232 cable from the unit (dual cable
interface only.)
Figure 4. Disconnect scale-to-host RS232 Cable
6.
Reinstall the platter and connect AC power to the scanner.
Note:
Check the AC input requirements of the power supply to make sure
the voltage matches the AC outlet. The outlet should be located
near the equipment and be easily accessible.
Honeywell recommends using a switched AC outlet. The switch
should be located on the operator’s side of the checkout counter in
close proximity to the scanner/scale to facilitate calibration and
service of the unit.
Caution: To maintain compliance with applicable standards, all circuits connected to
the imager must meet the requirements for SELV (Safety Extra Low Voltage)
according to EN/IEC 60950-1.
To maintain compliance with standard CSA C22.2 No. 60950-1/UL 60950-1
and norm EN/IEC 60950-1, the power source should meet applicable
performance requirements for a limited power source.
4
7.
If the system is equipped with a remote scale display, it will read H - - -.
8.
Use the vertical window to scan the desired scale configuration bar
codes, located on pages 7 - 21.
Figure 5.
9.
Reconnect the scale-to-host RS232 cable to the scanner (dual cable
interface only.)
Figure 6.
10. The scale must now be calibrated, tested and certified by local Weights
and Measures authorities before it can be placed in service.
For further details on calibration procedures for Weights and Measures
certification, refer to the Scale Operation: Calibration section of the Stratos
Installation and User’s Guide.
Important Notes

The certification of the weighing mechanism of the scale version of this
scanner is subject to federal, state and local Weights and Measures
statutes and regulations and can only be performed by authorized
government agencies and/or their duly registered agents. Each time the
scale or weighing mechanism is calibrated, it should be properly sealed
with a paper seal or a wire seal prior to being placed into service in
commerce.

It is the responsibility of the owner of the scale to confirm compliance
with the relevant Weights and Measures statutes and regulations
applicable in your area by checking with the appropriate government
agency before placing a newly calibrated unit into service or removing
any official seals.

Type of seal to be used will depend on the guidelines specified by the
local Weights and Measures authorities.
5
6
Scale/Load Cell Configuration
Bar Codes
Single or Dual Cable Scale Configuration Bar Codes
Unit Configuration (Pounds or Kilograms)
The following bar codes can be used to configure a Single or Dual Cable
MS2xx0.
The MS2xx0 must be in scale program mode to use these bar codes.
Scale = Pounds
³
9 9 6 0 0 1
Scale = Kilograms
³
Set the scale measuring range from
0.00 to 30.00 pounds.
Set the scale measuring range from
0.000 to 15.000 kilograms.
9 9 6 0 0 2
7
Pole Display Configuration
The following bar codes can be used to configure a Single or Dual Cable
MS2xx0.
The MS2xx0 must be in scale program mode to use these bar codes.
Scale Has Display
³
9 9 6 0 0 3
Set the scale to use a remote display to
show all scale activity.
A remote display must be plugged into the
Scale 46xx to Display connector on the
MS2xx0 (see Figure 7) for this feature to
function properly.
Figure 7. Location of Scale 46xx to Display Connector
Scale Has No Display
³
8
9 9 6 0 0 4
Set the scale to not use a remote display.
All weights are expected on a POS terminal
display.
A remote display cannot be plugged into the
Scale 46xx to Display connector on the
scanner/scale (see Figure 7) or this feature
will not function properly.
Scale Settling Filter Configuration
The following bar code can be used to configure a Single or Dual Cable
MS2xx0.
The MS2xx0 must be in scale program mode to use this bar code.
The scale’s filter setting allows the unit to withstand a certain amount of vibration
from the checkout counter. A stronger filter allows for more vibration to be
absorbed but the weight may take a little longer to settle. Scales are normally
shipped with a loose filter.
* Scale = Loose Filter
³
9 9 6 0 0 5
Loose filter setting for low vibration
environments.
* Factory Default Setting
9
Scale Settling Filter Configuration
The following bar codes can be used to configure a Single or Dual Cable
MS2xx0.
The MS2xx0 must be in scale program mode to use these bar codes.
Scale = Medium Filter
³
9 9 6 0 0 6
Scale = Strong Filter
³
10
Medium filter setting for moderate vibration
environments.
9 9 6 0 0 7
Strong filter setting for high vibration
environments.
Scroll Weight Configuration
The following bar codes can be used to configure a Single or Dual Cable
MS2xx0.
The MS2xx0 must be in scale program mode to use these bar codes.
These bar codes only affect the pole display.
Scale = Scroll Settling Weight
³
9 9 6 0 1 0
Scale = Blank Non-Steady
³
Scroll the weight on the display showing the
weight as it changes.
Blank the display weight as it changes.
Display stable weights only.
9 9 6 0 1 1
11
Dual Cable Scale Configuration Bar Codes
Price Computing Configuration
The following bar codes are only used when the scale is in Dual Cable mode.
The MS2xx0 must be in scale program mode to use these bar codes.
* Scale = No Price Computing
³
9 9 6 0 0 8
Scale = Price Computing
³
12
9 9 6 0 0 9
Scale is not the price computing type.
* Factory Default Setting
Scale is the price computing type.
Scale Protocols
The following bar codes will change scale parameters intended for a Dual Cable
environment. To place the scanner in Dual Cable mode, please refer to
page 23.
The MS2xx0 must be in scale program mode to use these bar codes.
Scale = EPOS Protocol
Set the scale RS232 protocol to
Serial EPOS.
Communication Port Settings:
•
³
9 9 6 0 1 3
2400 Baud
•
7 Data Bits
•
1 Stop Bit
•
Even Parity
Set the scale RS232 protocol to
Modified Serial EPOS.
Scale = EPOS2 Protocol
This Protocol does not require the POS
terminal to send the weight back to the scale
for validation.
Communication Port Settings:
³
9 9 6 0 1 4
•
2400 Baud
•
7 Data Bits
•
1 Stop Bit
•
Even Parity
13
Scale Protocols
The following bar codes will change scale parameters intended for a Dual Cable
environment. To place the scanner in Dual Cable mode, please refer to
page 23.
The MS2xx0 must be in scale program mode to use these bar codes.
Scale = NCI-ECR Protocol
Set the scale RS232 protocol to NCI-ECR.
Communication Port Settings:
³
9 9 6 0 1 5
Scale = NCI Protocol
³
14
9 9 6 0 1 6
•
9600 Baud
•
8 Data Bits
•
1 Stop Bit
•
No Parity
Reserved for Future NCI Protocol Variation
Scale Protocols
The following bar code will change scale parameters intended for a Dual Cable
environment. To place the scanner in Dual Cable mode, please refer to
page 23.
The MS2xx0 must be in scale program mode to use this bar code.
Scale = EMEA
Special Configuration
³
9 9 6 0 4 1
Set the scale to Avery EPOS protocol,
kilograms, with a remote display, loose filter,
no price computing, and scroll weight.
Communication Port Settings:
•
2400 Baud
•
7 Data Bits
•
1 Stop Bit
•
Even Parity
15
COM Port Settings (Baud Rate)
The following bar codes will change scale parameters intended for a Dual Cable
environment.
If a Scale Protocol bar code from page 13 or 15 is used, the bar codes below
must be scanned after the Scale Protocol bar code in order to be effective.
The MS2xx0 must be in scale program mode to use these bar codes.
Scale = 2400 Baud Rate
³
9 9 6 0 1 7
Scale = 9600 Baud Rate
³
16
Set the scale baud rate for dual cable
applications to 2400 baud.
9 9 6 0 1 8
Set the scale baud rate for dual cable
applications to 9600 baud.
COM Port Settings (Baud Rate)
The following bar codes will change scale parameters intended for a Dual Cable
environment.
If a Scale Protocol bar code from page 13 or 15 is used, the bar codes below
must be scanned after the Scale Protocol bar code in order to be effective.
The MS2xx0 must be in scale program mode to use these bar codes.
Scale = 19200 Baud Rate
³
9 9 6 0 1 9
Scale = 38400 Baud Rate
³
Set the scale baud rate for dual cable
applications to 19200 baud.
Set the scale baud rate for dual cable
applications to 38400 baud.
9 9 6 0 2 0
17
COM Port Settings (Data Bits & Parity)
The following bar codes will change scale parameters intended for a Dual Cable
environment.
If a Scale Protocol bar code from page 13 or 15 is used, the bar codes below
must be scanned after the Scale Protocol bar code in order to be effective.
The MS2xx0 must be in scale program mode to use these bar codes.
Scale = 7 Data Bits,
Odd Parity
³
9 9 6 0 2 1
Scale = 7 Data Bits,
Even Parity
³
18
Set the scale communication parameters to
7 data bits, odd parity.
9 9 6 0 2 2
Set the scale communication parameters to
7 data bits, even parity.
COM Port Settings (Data Bits & Parity)
The following bar codes will change scale parameters intended for a Dual Cable
environment.
If a Scale Protocol bar code from page 13 or 15 is used, the bar codes below
must be scanned after the Scale Protocol bar code in order to be effective.
The MS2xx0 must be in scale program mode to use these bar codes.
Scale = 8 Data Bits, No Parity
³
9 9 6 0 2 3
Scale = Odd Parity
³
Set the scale communication parameters to
8 data bit, no parity.
Set the scale communication to odd parity.
9 9 6 0 2 4
19
COM Port Settings (Data Bits & Parity)
The following bar codes will change scale parameters intended for a Dual Cable
environment.
If a Scale Protocol bar code from page 13 or 15 is used, the bar codes below
must be scanned after the Scale Protocol bar code in order to be effective.
The MS2xx0 must be in scale program mode to use these bar codes.
Scale = Even Parity
³
9 9 6 0 2 5
Scale = No Parity
³
20
Set the scale communication to even parity.
9 9 6 0 2 6
Set the scale communication to no parity.
Single Cable Scale Configuration Bar Codes
Set Scale for Single Cable Communication
The MS2xx0 must be in scale program mode to use this bar code.
If your application requires single cable communication, scan the following bar
code to set the scale configuration to the single cable defaults as required by the
scanner.
Scale = Single Cable Interface
³
Set the scale to communicate via the
single-cable interface.
9 9 6 0 1 2
21
22
Scanner Configuration Bar Codes
Dual Cable Scanner Configuration Bar Codes
Dual Cable Scanner Mode
The following bar codes can be used to place, as well as configure, the scanner
in Dual Cable mode.
The MS2xx0 does not need to be in scale program mode to use the following
bar codes.
Scanner = Dual Cable Mode
³
9 9 9 9 5 3
Places the scanner in Dual Cable mode.
In a dual cable environment, the scanner
and scale work independently. In this mode
the host must have a dedicated RS232 port
to receive the scale data and the bar code
data is sent via its own cable to a separate
communication port.
Communication Port Settings:
•
9600 Baud, 8 Data Bits, 1 Stop Bit, No Parity
There are two methods of configuring the scanner to a stand-alone protocol:
• Scan the Dual Cable Mode bar code on this page (if a scale is used)
or
• If no scale is required, scan one of the single cable protocols on
pages 26 - 34 and then scan the No Scale bar code on page 46.
Dual Cable Scanner OPOS Mode
Scanner Only
Dual Cable OPOS Defaults
³
9 9 9 9 1 1
Use this bar code when the scanner is to be
setup using the OPOS drivers in the dual
cable mode.
Communication Port Settings:
•
9600 Baud
•
8 Data Bits
•
1 Stop Bit
•
No Parity
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Various Dual Cable Scanner Mode
The following bar codes can be used to configure a Dual Cable MS2xx0.
The following codes do not require that the MS2xx0 to be in scale program
mode.
REWE
Dual Cable RS232 - REWE
Communication Port Settings:
³
9 9 7 0 1 0
TESCO UK
•
•
•
•
9600 Baud
7 Data Bits
2 Stop Bit
Space Parity
Dual Cable RS232 – TESCO UK
Communication Port Settings:
³
24
9 9 7 0 1 3
•
•
•
•
9600 Baud
8 Data Bits
1 Stop Bit
Odd Parity
IBM 3rd Generation 46xx and IBM OEM Full Speed USB
The following bar codes can be used to configure a Dual Cable MS2xx0.
The following codes do not require that the MS2xx0 to be in scale program
mode.
rd
IBM 3 Generation
Communication
³
9 9 9 9 5 2
IBM OEM Full Speed USB
Communication Defaults
³
When scanned the Stratos will operate
as a table top scanner only.
Terminal configuration, IBM 4690.OS
terminal device group configuration
screen select:
#1 scanner or
#3 scanner.
When scanned the Stratos will operate
as a table top scanner only.
9 9 9 9 7 0
25
Single Cable Protocols for POS Compatibility
MSS Global
The following bar codes can be used to configure a Single Cable MS2xx0.
The following codes do not require that the MS2xx0 to be in scale program
mode.
MSS Global, English
Scanner/Scale, Single Cable RS232
MSS Global Retail, English Units
Communication Port Settings:
•
³
9 9 9 9 5 1
MSS Global, Metric
9600 Baud
•
7 Data Bits
•
1 Stop Bit
•
Odd Parity
Scanner/Scale, Single Cable RS232 MSS
Global Retail, Metric Units
Communication Port Settings:
³
26
9 9 9 9 5 0
•
9600 Baud
•
7 Data Bits
•
1 Stop Bit
•
Odd Parity
ISS45
The following bar codes can be used to configure a Single Cable MS2xx0.
The following codes do not require that the MS2xx0 to be in scale program
mode.
ISS45, English
Scanner/Scale, Single Cable RS232
ISS45, English Units
Communication Port Settings:
³
9 9 9 9 4 9
ISS45, Metric
•
9600 Baud
•
7 Data Bits
•
1 Stop Bit
•
Even Parity
Scanner/Scale, Single Cable RS232
ISS45, Metric Units
Communication Port Settings:
•
³
9 9 9 9 4 8
9600 Baud
•
7 Data Bits
•
1 Stop Bit
•
Even Parity
27
OPOS
The following bar codes can be used to configure a Single Cable MS2xx0.
The following codes do not require that the MS2xx0 to be in scale program
mode.
OPOS, English
Scanner/Scale Single Cable RS232 OPOS,
English Scale Defaults
Communication Port Settings:
³
9 9 9 9 5 8
OPOS, Metric
•
9600 Baud
•
8 Data Bits
•
1 Stop Bit
•
No Parity
Scanner/Scale Single Cable RS232 OPOS,
Metric Scale Defaults
Communication Port Settings:
•
³
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9 9 9 9 5 7
9600 Baud
•
8 Data Bits
•
1 Stop Bit
•
No Parity
Retalix/NCR
The following bar codes can be used to configure a Single Cable MS2xx0.
The following codes do not require that the MS2xx0 to be in scale program
mode.
Retalix/NCR English
Scanner/Scale Single Cable RS232
Retalix/NCR Communication, English
Communication Port Settings:
³
9 9 9 9 5 6
Retalix/NCR Metric
•
9600 Baud
•
8 Data Bits
•
1 Stop Bit
•
No Parity
Scanner/Scale Single Cable RS232
Retalix/NCR Comm, Metric
Communication Port Settings:
•
³
9 9 9 9 5 5
9600 Baud
•
8 Data Bits
•
1 Stop Bit
•
No Parity
29
IT Retail
The following bar codes can be used to configure a Single Cable MS2xx0.
The following codes do not require that the MS2xx0 to be in scale program
mode.
IT Retail, English
Scanner/Scale Single Cable RS232
IT Retail, English
Communication Port Settings:
³
9 9 7 0 0 8
IT Retail, Metric
•
9600 Baud
•
7 Data Bits
•
1 Stop Bit
•
Odd Parity
Scanner/Scale Single Cable RS232
IT Retail, Metric
Communication Port Settings:
³
30
9 9 7 0 0 9
•
9600 Baud
•
7 Data Bits
•
1 Stop Bit
•
Odd Parity
IBM Self Checkout System
The following bar codes can be used to configure a Single Cable MS2xx0.
The following codes do not require that the MS2xx0 to be in scale program
mode.
IBM Self Checkout System,
English
Scanner/Scale Single Cable RS232 IBM Self Checkout System, English
Communication Port Settings:
³
9 9 7 0 2 0
IBM Self Checkout System,
Metric
•
19200 Baud
•
7 Data Bits
•
1 Stop Bit
•
Odd Parity
Scanner/Scale Single Cable RS232 IBM Self Checkout System, Metric
Communication Port Settings:
³
9 9 7 0 2 1
•
19200 Baud
•
7 Data Bits
•
1 Stop Bit
•
Odd Parity
31
Various RS232 Single Cable Codes
The following bar codes can be used to configure a Single Cable MS2xx0.
The following codes do not require that the MS2xx0 to be in scale program
mode.
Morrison’s Tec Metric
Scanner/Scale Single Cable RS232 –
Morrison’s with Tec Display, Metric
Communication Port Settings:
•
³
9 9 7 0 2 3
Reliance India Metric
9600 Baud
•
7 Data Bits
•
1 Stop Bit
•
Odd Parity
Scanner/Scale Single Cable RS232 Reliance India, Metric
Communication Port Settings:
³
32
9 9 7 0 1 9
•
9600 Baud
•
8 Data Bits
•
1 Stop Bit
•
No Parity
IBM 3rd Generation 46xx
The following bar codes can be used to configure a Single Cable MS2xx0.
The following codes do not require that the MS2xx0 to be in scale program
mode.
rd
IBM 3 Generation 46xx,
†
English
³
†
Scanner/Scale Single Cable
†
IBM 46xx , RS485,
English (lbs.)
9 9 9 9 6 0
Terminal Configuration, IBM 4690.OS Terminal Device Group
Configuration screen select:
#2 Scanner with integrated scale
or
#4 4696 scanner/scale
rd
IBM 3 Generation 46xx,
†
Metric
³
Scanner/Scale Single Cable
†
IBM 46xx , RS485
Metric (kg)
9 9 9 9 5 9
33
IBM OEM Full Speed USB
The following bar codes can be used to configure a Single Cable MS2xx0.
The following codes do not require that the MS2xx0 to be in scale program
mode.
IBM OEM
Full Speed USB, English
³
9 9 9 9 6 2
IBM OEM
Full Speed USB, Metric
³
34
Table Top Scanner/Scale Single Cable,
IBM OEM Full Speed USB,
4-Digit Weight Mode, English (lbs.)
9 9 9 9 6 1
Table Top Scanner/Scale Single Cable,
IBM OEM Full Speed USB,
5-Digit Weight Mode, Metric (kg)
Additional POS Data Formatting
Full Speed USB Table Top/Handheld
The following codes do not require that the MS2xx0 to be in scale program
mode.
Scanner 4B Handheld
³
3 1 6 4 3 0
Scanner 4A Flatbed
³
Full Speed USB interface to 4B00h
handheld usage.
Full Speed USB interface to 4A00h
table top usage.
3 1 6 4 1 0
35
Full Speed USB Table Top/Handheld
The following codes do not require that the MS2xx0 to be in scale program
mode.
Scanner/Scale 4A/6E
Table Top
Full Speed USB interface to the
4A00h/6E00h table top scanner/scale
usage.
This option is only compatible with Stratos
models that have a scale.
³
36
3 1 6 4 4 0
Special Function ACK
The following codes do not require that the MS2xx0 to be in scale program
mode.
Enable Special
Function ACK Answer
³
Answer simple special functions with ACK.
1 4 1 7 1 4
* Disable Special
Function ACK
³
1 4 1 7 0 4
* Factory Default Setting
37
Prefix/Suffix
The following codes do not require that the MS2xx0 to be in scale program
mode.
Use Protocol Prefix/Suffix
³
Add protocol prefixes and suffixes to the
bar code.
1 4 1 7 1 5
* Program the
Prefix/Suffix Separate
³
38
1 4 1 7 0 5
* Factory Default Setting
3x-30 Acknowledge Responses
The following codes do not require that the MS2xx0 to be in scale program
mode.
No 3x-30 Answer
³
1 4 1 7 1 0
*3x-30 Answer
³
This bar code will inhibit all ‘simple
acknowledge’ (3x-30) answers to POS or
OPOS commands.
1 4 1 7 0 0
The scanner will answer all NCR and OPOS
commands that require a 3x-30
acknowledgement.
* Factory Default Setting
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Special Function Command Responses
The following codes do not require that the MS2xx0 to be in scale program
mode.
Spec Func Ans 3x30
³
1 4 1 9 1 4
*Spec Func Ans Ack
³
40
Answer Special Function commands in the
3x-30 format as opposed to the Ack / Nak
which is the norm.
1 4 1 9 0 4
Answer Special Function commands in the
Ack / Nak format.
* Factory Default Setting
Special Function Command Responses
The following codes do not require that the MS2xx0 to be in scale program
mode.
Spec Func 30-30 Status
Returns Special Function commands in the
30-30 status as opposed to the 33-30 status.
Note: Requires ‘Spec Func Ans 3x-30’ on
page 40 to be set.
³
1 4 2 2 1 5
*No Spec Func 30-30 Status
³
1 4 2 2 0 5
Disables redirection of Special Function
3x-30 status to 30-30 status.
* Factory Default Setting
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Special Function Command Responses
The following codes do not require that the MS2xx0 to be in scale program
mode.
No Command Reject Answer
³
1 4 2 1 1 7
*Send Command Reject
Answer
³
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This bar code will ignore sending a
command reject answer to the POS mode.
1 4 2 1 0 7
This bar code will send command reject
answer to the POS if the command is
rejected by the scanner.
* Factory Default Setting
Special Function Command Responses
The following codes do not require that the MS2xx0 to be in scale program
mode.
No Spec Func Answer
³
1 4 2 1 1 6
*Spec Func Answer
³
This bar code will ignore sending a special
function response answer in POS mode.
1 4 2 1 0 6
This bar code will send a special function
response answer to the POS.
* Factory Default Setting
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BCC in POS communications
The following codes do not require that the MS2xx0 to be in scale program
mode.
Skip BCC in messages
³
1 4 1 4 1 0
*Add BCC in messages
³
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This bar code will tell the scanner to NOT
expect or transmit the Block Check
Character in all message transmissions.
1 4 1 4 0 0
The scanner will expect and answer all
messages with the Block Check Character
included.
* Factory Default Setting
3 Scale Status Bytes
The following codes do not require that the MS2xx0 to be in scale program
mode.
Enable
3 Scale Status Bytes
³
Required for applications where the host
system display is the primary scale display
and there is no remote pole display
connected directly to the scanner/scale unit.
1 2 4 8 1 3
Disable
3 Scale Status Bytes
³
1 2 4 8 0 3
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Scale Options
The following codes do not require that the MS2xx0 to be in scale program
mode.
5-Digit Weight
³
1 4 1 0 1 0
Sets the English Mode weight to 5-digits, as
in xx.yyy pounds.
In order to work properly, this bar code must
be scanned AFTER scanning one of the
English configuration bar codes found on
pages 26 - 34.
Scan the No Scale bar code:
1.
No Scale
2.
³
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1 4 1 4 0 7
If no scale is installed and one of the
single cable protocol bar codes found
on pages 26 - 34 has already been
scanned.
If the scale is in a dual cable
environment and one of the single cable
protocol bar codes found on
pages 26 - 34 has already been
scanned.
Remote Display
The following codes do not require that the MS2xx0 to be in scale program
mode.
No Remote Display
³
1 4 0 9 0 2
Remote Display
³
When no remote display is installed, scan
the No Remote Display bar code AFTER
scanning one of the configuration bar codes
found on pages 26 - 34 to remove the
scale’s display from the scanner memory.
Add remote display to the scanner’s
memory.
1 4 0 9 1 2
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StratosSTATS
The following codes do not require that the MS2xx0 to be in scale program
mode.
Activate StratosSTATS
³
9 9 7 0 1 7
This bar code sets:
•
StratosSTATS bar code data
formatting active.
•
Bar code Attempt Interval to
0.5 seconds.
•
Time to find supplements (code 128)
to 0.3 seconds.
Use StratosSTATS monitor to test this
output format. When used with a POS, it
must have the capability to parse and
recognize the additional data.
*StratosSTATS Off
³
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9 9 7 0 1 8
Remove StratosSTATS data formatting from
the bar code output transmission.
* Factory Default Setting
StratosSTATS
The following codes do not require that the MS2xx0 to be in scale program
mode.
Do not scan these bar codes unless instructed by a customer service
representative.
Dual Stats Xmit
Allows non-RS232 interfaces transmit
normally without StratosSTATS and
concurrently RS232 interfaces transmit with
StratosSTATS.
Recommended RS232 Settings:
³
1 3 8 5 1 1
•
38400 Baud
•
8 Data Bits
•
1 Stop Bit
•
No Parity
•
No Inter-character Delay
*No Dual Stats Xmit
³
1 3 8 5 0 1
* Factory Default Setting
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StratosSTATS
The following codes do not require that the MS2xx0 to be in scale program
mode.
Do not scan these bar codes unless instructed by a customer service
representative.
Dual Xmit Carriage Return
³
1 3 8 5 1 2
*No Dual Xmit Carriage Return
³
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This bar code enables a secondary carriage
return suffix to be used only for the dual
StratosSTATS RS232 transmission.
1 3 8 5 0 2
Resets StratsSTATS RS232 dual
transmission suffix.
* Factory Default Setting
Additional POS Related Functions
Scanner Beep on Weight Sent
The following codes do not require that the MS2xx0 to be in scale program
mode.
Beep on Weight
³
1 4 1 9 1 7
*Disable
Beep on Weight
³
Request scanner beep when a successful
weight is sent. This code should only be
used for ‘weight on demand’ applications. If
used with periodic weight request
applications, the beeper will be continuously
active (ON).
1 4 1 9 0 7
When no beep on weight is desired.
* Factory Default Setting
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Restrict In-Store Codes
The following codes do not require that the MS2xx0 to be in scale program
mode.
Restrict In-Store Codes
This bar code places tighter restrictions on
in-store codes. These codes are:
EAN13
UPCA
³
1 2 5 8 1 0
*No Restrict In-Store Codes
³
Sys2
Sys2 and Sys4
Disable restrictions on in-store codes.
1 2 5 8 0 0
* Factory Default Setting
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Scale Shadow Mode
The following codes do not require that the MS2xx0 to be in scale program
mode.
Scale Shadow Mode
This bar code sets the scale to the highest
priority to allow for frequent scale - POS
commands.
This bar code is only to be used in single
cable scale mode.
³
1 4 2 2 1 7
*No Scale Shadow Mode
³
Disables the Scale Shadow Mode.
1 4 2 2 0 7
* Factory Default Setting
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Scanner Razz on Not-On-File
The following codes do not require that the MS2xx0 to be in scale program
mode.
Razz on Not-On-File
³
1 4 2 1 1 5
*Beep on Not-On-File
³
This bar code changes the audible to a razz
signal when a Not-On-File command is
received.
This bar code restores the beep as the NotOn-File audible.
1 4 2 1 0 5
* Factory Default Setting
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Additional Scanner Configuration Bar Codes
Horizontal Depth of Field
The following codes do not require that the MS2xx0 to be in scale program
mode.
Do not scan these bar codes unless instructed by a customer service
representative.
*Horizontal High DOF
³
2 1 8 7 0 2
Horizontal Medium DOF
³
This bar code sets the DOF for all horizontal
laser channels to High DOF, which allows
the farthest scanning.
* Factory Default Setting
This bar code sets the DOF for all horizontal
laser channels to Medium DOF.
2 1 8 7 1 2
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Horizontal Depth of Field
The following codes do not require that the MS2xx0 to be in scale program
mode.
Do not scan these bar codes unless instructed by a customer service
representative.
Horizontal Close DOF
³
2 1 8 7 2 2
Horizontal Ultra Close DOF
³
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This bar code sets the DOF for all horizontal
laser channels to Close DOF.
2 1 8 7 3 2
This bar code sets the DOF for all horizontal
laser channels to Ultra Close DOF.
Vertical Depth of Field
The following codes do not require that the MS2xx0 to be in scale program
mode.
Do not scan these bar codes unless instructed by a customer service
representative.
*Vertical High DOF
³
2 1 8 7 0 0
Vertical Medium DOF
³
This bar code sets the DOF for the vertical
laser channels to High DOF, which allows
the farthest scanning.
* Factory Default Setting
This bar code sets the DOF for vertical laser
channels to Medium DOF.
2 1 8 7 1 0
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Vertical Depth of Field
The following codes do not require that the MS2xx0 to be in scale program
mode.
Do not scan these bar codes unless instructed by a customer service
representative.
Vertical Close DOF
³
2 1 8 7 2 0
Vertical Ultra Close DOF
³
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This bar code sets the DOF for the vertical
laser channels to Close DOF.
2 1 8 7 3 0
This bar code sets the DOF for vertical laser
channels to Ultra Close DOF.
Auxiliary Port
StratosSCHOOL™
The following codes do not require that the MS2xx0 to be in scale program
mode.
Auxiliary History Report
³
9 9 7 0 1 1
The Auxiliary port may be used to download
or clear data to StratosSCHOOL™.
The two commands that can be used are
Upload Scanner Data and Clear Scanner
Data within the Serial Program Interface box
on the StratosSCHOOL™ screen.
Auxiliary Program Cable
(PN 57-57008x-N-3) is required
for this feature.
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Quick Start for a Secondary Honeywell Scanner
The following codes do not require that the MS2xx0 to be in scale program
mode.
Step 1
Use the Stratos to scan the following bar codes. These bar codes will
configure the Stratos’ auxiliary port to accept a Honeywell scanner as the
secondary scanner.
Enable Stratos Auxiliary Port
³
4 3 7 3 2 0
Aux 8 Data Bits
³
Note:
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1 3 7 2 1 3
The auxiliary input port’s data format must match the main output format
of the secondary scanner
Step 2
Configure the secondary scanner to match the auxiliary port’s data format.
Use the Secondary Scanner to scan the following bar codes in the order
shown.
Enter Configuration Mode
³
9 9 9 9 9 9
Enable Auxiliary Output
³
1 2 4 8 1 7
Set Stratos Format
³
4 3 7 5 2 0
Disable Secondary
Scanner Beeper
³
3 1 8 5 0 5
Enable Communication
Time Out
³
1 1 8 4 1 2
Disable CR Suffix
³
1 1 6 6 0 3
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Quick Start for a Secondary Honeywell Scanner
Configuration sequence continued from previous page.
Disable LF Suffix
³
1 1 6 6 0 2
Exit Configuration Mode
³
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9 9 9 9 9 9
EAS Bar Codes
EAS Device Types
The following codes do not require that the MS2xx0 to be in scale program
mode.
*No EAS Device
³
3
3
7
2
0
No EAS device is connected.
0
EAS Device Type 1
³
3
3
7
2
1
* Factory Default Setting
Sensormatic ScanMax Pro
0
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EAS Device Types
The following codes do not require that the MS2xx0 to be in scale program
mode.
EAS Device Type 2
³
3 3 7 2 2 0
EAS Device Type 3
³
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3 3 7 2 3 0
EAS Device Types
The following codes do not require that the MS2xx0 to be in scale program
mode.
EAS Device Type 4
³
3 3 7 2 4 0
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EAS Timeout
The following codes do not require that the MS2xx0 to be in scale program
mode.
*EAS = 0 seconds
³
8 4 6 0 0 0
EAS = 1 second
³ 8 4 6 0 0 1 0 0
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* Factory Default Setting
EAS Timeout
The following codes do not require that the MS2xx0 to be in scale program
mode.
EAS = 2 seconds
³ 8 4 6 0 0 2 0 0
EAS = 3 seconds
³ 8 4 6 0 0 3 0 0
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EAS Timeout
The following codes do not require that the MS2xx0 to be in scale program
mode.
EAS = 4 seconds
³ 8 4 6 0 0 4 0 0
EAS = 5 seconds
³ 8 4 6 0 0 5 0 0
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EAS Timeout
The following codes do not require that the MS2xx0 to be in scale program
mode.
EAS = 7 seconds
³ 8 4 6 0 0 7 0 0
EAS = 10 seconds
³ 8 4 6 0 1 0 0 0
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EAS Timeout
The following codes do not require that the MS2xx0 to be in scale program
mode.
EAS = 15 seconds
³ 8 4 6 0 1 5 0 0
EAS = 20 seconds
³ 8 4 6 0 2 0 0 0
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EAS Connection
The following codes do not require that the MS2xx0 to be in scale program
mode.
*EAS Digital Aux Port
³
1 4 6 1 0 0
EAS Digital Host Port
³
The EAS signals use the RTS and CTS line
of the Auxiliary RS232 In connector.
* Factory Default Setting
The EAS signals use the RTS and CTS lines
of the scanner RS232 to Host connector.
1 4 6 1 1 0
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EAS Connection
The following codes do not require that the MS2xx0 to be in scale program
mode.
EAS RS232 on Aux Port
³
1 4 6 1 1 1
*No EAS RS232 on Aux Port
³
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This bar code allows the EAS RS232 signal
to use the Tx Out and Rx In lines of the
scanner to Aux RS232 In connector.
1 4 6 1 0 1
There is no EAS RS232 signal (Tx Out and
Rx In) used on the scanner Aux RS232 In
connector.
* Factory Default Setting
EAS Connection
The following codes do not require that the MS2xx0 to be in scale program
mode.
EAS RS232 on Host Port
³
1 4 6 1 1 2
*No EAS RS232 on Host Port
³
This bar code allows the EAS RS232 signal
to use the Tx Out and Rx In lines of the
scanner to Host RS232 In connector.
1 4 6 1 0 2
There is no EAS RS232 signal (Tx Out and
Rx In) used on the scanner to Host RS232
In connector.
* Factory Default Setting
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Continuous Mode
The following codes do not require that the MS2xx0 to be in scale program
mode.
EAS Continuous Mode
³
1 4 6 1 1 5
*EAS Interlock Mode
³
When in continuous mode and the scanner
is enabled, the EAS will always be online to
deactivate an EAS tag.
This bar code establishes EAS is used in the
Interlocked mode.
1 4 6 1 0 5
* Factory Default Setting
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EAS Deactivation
The following codes do not require that the MS2xx0 to be in scale program
mode.
Blink Scan LED on
Deactivation
³
1 4 6 1 1 3
*No Blink LED on Deactivation
³
The scanner will blink the scan LED upon
receipt of an EAS deactivate acknowledge
signal.
Do not blink the scan LED upon receipt of
an EAS deactivate acknowledge signal.
1 4 6 1 0 3
* Factory Default Setting
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EAS Deactivation
The following codes do not require that the MS2xx0 to be in scale program
mode.
Fast Beep on Deactivation
³
1 4 6 1 1 4
*No Beep on Deactivation
³
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Fast beep the scanner’s beeper receipt of
an EAS deactivate acknowledge signal.
1 4 6 1 0 4
Do not fast beep the scanner’s beeper
receipt of an EAS deactivate acknowledge
signal.
* Factory Default Setting
EAS Deactivation
The following codes do not require that the MS2xx0 to be in scale program
mode.
Volume Switch = Manual
³
1 4 6 1 1 6
*Volume Switch = Normal
³
The volume switch is used for manual EAS
deactivation.
Volume switch is used for normal volume
function.
1 4 6 1 0 6
* Factory Default Setting
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Sensormatic ScanMax Pro
The following codes do not require that the MS2xx0 to be in scale program
mode.
The RS232 EAS cable must be connected to one of the RS232 scanner ports.
EAS Function #3
³
9 9 8 0 6 7
EAS Function #2
³
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For Sensormatic ScanMax Pro, get EAS’s
hardware version, software version, and
serial number and transmit the information
over the current scanner interface.
9 9 8 0 6 6
For Sensormatic ScanMax Pro, get EAS’s
device type and transmits the information
over the current scanner interface.
Sensormatic ScanMax Pro
The following codes do not require that the MS2xx0 to be in scale program
mode.
The RS232 EAS cable must be connected to one of the RS232 scanner ports.
EAS Function #1
³
9 9 8 0 6 5
ScanMax RS232 Defaults
³
For Sensormatic ScanMax Pro, get EAS’s
deactivation count and transmit the
information over the current scanner
interface.
For Sensormatic ScanMax Pro, RS232
default setup.
•
AUX port connect
•
5 second timeout
•
blink LED on deactivate
9 9 9 9 0 9
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Scanner Test Bar Codes
Supplemental Tests
Display Software Numbers
The following code does not require that the MS2xx0 to be in scale program
mode. This code is for test purposes only.
The following code will display software numbers on the 2-digit diagnostic
display. The lasers will be turned off while the numbers are being displayed.
The first number is the main decode processor software number. The second
number is the I/O processor’s software number. Since only 2 digits can be
displayed at a time, the following sequence is used as an example of what may
be observed:
2-Digit
Display
Description of each sequentially displayed sets of digits.
(Example shown will represent: ‘ 15269’ ‘ 15138’)
x 1
=
The first digit of the five main decode processor software number
appears right justified.
5 2
=
The second and third digits.
6 9
=
The forth and fifth digits.
xx
=
Pause before next set of numbers.
x 1
=
The first digit of the five digit I/O processor software number
appears right justified.
5 1
=
The second and third digits.
3 8
=
The forth and fifth digits.
x = Blank / No Digit Displayed
After the last sets of digits are displayed, the scanner resumes scanning
operation. If the current interface does not use an I/O processor, the software
number may appear ‘ 0 00 00’. This capability exists in software 15269 and
later.
Display Software Number
³
9 9 8 0 6 2
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Customer Support
Technical Assistance
If you need assistance installing or troubleshooting your device, please call your
distributor or the nearest technical support office:
North America/Canada
Telephone: (800) 782-4263
E-mail: hsmnasupport@honeywell.com
Latin America
Telephone: (803) 835-8000
Telephone: (800) 782-4263
E-mail: hsmlasupport@honeywell.com
Brazil
Telephone: +55 (11) 5185-8222
Fax: +55 (11) 5185-8225
E-mail: brsuporte@honeywell.com
Mexico
Telephone: 01-800-HONEYWELL (01-800-466-3993)
E-mail: soporte.hsm@honeywell.com
Europe, Middle East, and Africa
Telephone: +31 (0) 40 7999 393
Fax: +31 (0) 40 2425 672
E-mail: hsmeurosupport@honeywell.com
Hong Kong
Telephone: +852-29536436
Fax: +851-2511-3557
E-mail: aptechsupport@honeywell.com
Singapore
Telephone: +65-6842-7155
Fax: +65-6842-7166
E-mail: aptechsupport@honeywell.com
China
Telephone: +86 800 828 2803
Fax: +86-512-6762-2560
E-mail: aptechsupport@honeywell.com
Japan
Telephone: +81-3-6730-7344
Fax: +81-3-6730-7222
E-mail: aptechsupport@honeywell.com
Online Technical Assistance
You can also access technical assistance online at www.honeywellaidc.com.
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Product Service and Repair
Honeywell International Inc. provides service for all its products through service
centers throughout the world. To obtain warranty or non-warranty service,
contact the appropriate location below to obtain a Return Material Authorization
number (RMA #) before returning the product.
North America
Telephone: (800) 782-4263
E-mail: hsmnaservice@honeywell.com
Latin America
Telephone: (803) 835-8000
Telephone: (800) 782-4263
Fax: (239) 263-9689
E-mail: laservice@honeywell.com
Brazil
Telephone: +55 (11) 5185-822
Fax: +55 (11) 5185-8225
E-mail: brservice@honeywell.com
Mexico
Telephone: 01-800-HONEYWELL (01-800-466-3993)
Fax: +52 (55) 5531-3672
E-mail: mxservice@honeywell.com
Europe, Middle East, and Africa
Telephone: +31 (0) 40 2901 633
Fax: +31 (0) 40 2901 631
E-mail: euroservice@honeywell.com
Hong Kong
Telephone: +852-29536436
Fax: +851-2511-3557
E-mail: apservice@honeywell.com
Singapore
Telephone: +65-6842-7155
Fax: +65-6842-7166
E-mail: apservice@honeywell.com
China
Telephone: +86 800 828 2803
Fax: +86-512-6762-2560
E-mail: apservice@honeywell.com
Japan
Telephone: +81-3-6730-7344
Fax: +81-3-6730-7222
E-mail: apservice@honeywell.com
Online Product Service and Repair Assistance
You can also access product service and repair assistance online at
www.honeywellaidc.com.
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