Manual 12663395
Revision History Changes to the original manual are listed below: Version Date Description of Version
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AXON CS2000 Advanced Handheld Important Notice No warranty of any kind is made in regard to this material, including, but not limited to, implied warranties of merchantability or fitness for any particular purpose. We are not liable for any errors contained herein nor for incidental or consequential damages in connection with furnishing, performance or use of this material. We shall be under no liability in respect of any defect arising from fair wear and tear, willful damage, negligence, abnormal working conditions, failure to follow the instructions and warnings, or misuse or alteration or repair of the products without written approval. No part of this document may be reproduced, transmitted, stored in a retrieval system, transcribed, or translated into any human or computer or other language in any form or by any means electronic, mechanical, magnetic, optical, chemical, biological, manual or otherwise, except for brief passages which may be quoted for purposes of scholastic or literary review, without express written consent and authorization. We reserve the right to make changes in product design without reservation and without notification. The material in this guide is for information only and is subject to change without notice. All trademarks mentioned herein, registered or otherwise, are the properties of their various, ill, assorted owners. General Handling Precautions Do not dispose of the scanner in fire. Do not put the scanner directly in the sun or by any heat source. Do not use or store the scanner in a very humid place. Do not drop the scanner or allow it to collide violently with other objects. Do not take the scanner apart without authorization. Printing Guidance This programming guide is in A5 size. Please double check your printer setting before printing it out. When barcodes are to be printed out for programming, the use of a high‐resolution laser printer is strongly suggested for the best scan result. Copyright © 2010. All rights reserved. Advanced Handheld CCD/Laser Scanner ii
Laser Safety This equipment generates, uses and can radiate radio frequency energy. If not installed and used in accordance with the instructions in this manual, it may cause interference to radio communications. The equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class A computing device pursuant to EN55022 and 47 CFR, Part 2 and Part 15 of FCC Rules. These specifications are designed to provide reasonable protection against interference when operated in a commercial environment. Radiant Energy: The laser scanner uses one low‐power visible laser diodes operating at 650nm in an opto‐mechanical scanner resulting in less than 3.9μW radiated power as observed through a 7mm aperture and averaged over 10 seconds. Do not attempt to remove the protective housing of the scanner, as unscanned laser light with a peak output up to 0.8mW would be accessible inside. Laser Light Viewing: The scan window is the only aperture through which laser light may be observed from this product. A failure of the scanner motor, while the laser diode continues to emit a laser beam, may cause emission levels to exceed those for safe operation. The scanner has safeguards to prevent this occurrence. If, however, a stationary laser beam is emitted, the failing scanner should be disconnected from its power source immediately. Adjustments: Do not attempt any adjustments or alteration of this product. Do not remove the protective housing of the scanner. There are no user‐serviceable parts inside. Optical: The use of optical instruments with this product will increase the eye hazard. Optical instruments include binoculars, magnifying glasses, and microscopes but do not include normal eye glasses worn by the user. CAUTION: Use of controls or adjustments or performance of procedures other than those specified herein may result in hazardous radiation exposure. For CE‐Countries This scanner is in conformity with CE standards. Please note that an approved, CE‐marked power supply unit should be used in order to maintain CE conformance. iii
AXON CS2000 Advanced Handheld Table of Contents About This Guide ........................................................................................................ 1 Introduction to Scanner Configuration ....................................................................... 2 Default Parameters ..................................................................................................... 3 Scanner Operation ............................................................................................ 3 Interface Communication ................................................................................. 3 Symbologies ...................................................................................................... 4 Data Formating ................................................................................................. 5 Programming Procedure ............................................................................................. 6 Parameter Setting ....................................................................................................... 7 Scanner Operation ............................................................................................ 7 Interface Configuration ................................................................................... 18 The Symbologies ............................................................................................. 26 Data Editing ..................................................................................................... 50 Appendix 1: USB Virtual COM Driver Installation ........................................... 55 Appendix 2: Barcode Length Setting ............................................................... 56 Appendix 3: Multi‐Barcode Editor .................................................................. 57 Appendix 4: Full ASCII Code 39 Table ............................................................. 59 Advanced Handheld CCD/Laser Scanner iv
PROGRAMMING GUIDE
About This Guide 1
Advanced Handheld CCD/Laser Scanner PROGRAMMING GUIDE Introduction to Scanner Configuration Scanning a series of programming barcode labels can configure the series scanners. This allows decoding options and interface protocols to be tailored to a specific application. The configuration is stored in non‐volatile memory and will not be lost by removing power from the scanner. The scanner must be properly powered before programming. For RS‐232C type scanners, an external power adapter must be used to supply DC power to the scanner. If a keyboard emulation type scanner is used with an IBM PC/XT/ AT, PS/2 or any fully compatible computers, power will be drawn from the keyboard port. No external power adapter is required. If keyboard emulation type scanner is used with any other non IBM PC compatible computers, an external power adapter may be needed. During the programming mode, the laser scanner will acknowledge a good and valid reading with a short beep. It will give long beeps or remain silent for either an invalid or bad reading. Programmable options are divided into four groups. The first group includes the options that show the general behavior of the laser scanner. The second group governs the operation of different interfaces, RS‐232 serial ports, keyboard, and USB. The third group sets the decoding parameters for each barcode symbology. The last group is about more advanced data formatting. Advanced Handheld CCD/Laser Scanner 2 PROGRAMMING GUIDE
Default Parameters This table gives the default settings of all the programmable parameters. The default settings would be restored whenever the laser scanner reads the "Reset" programming label in programming mode. If you wish to change any setting, scan the appropriate barcodes below. Scanner Operation Parameter Same code delay Beeping frequency Beeping duration LED/Beep before data transmission Scan mode Stand mode (only available for specific models) Header and trailer Inter message delay Inter character delay Default 500msec Medium 50msec On Trigger mode Enable None 0msec 0msec Interface Communication Parameter RS‐232 Interface Baud rate Parity Data Bits Stop Bit RTS/CTS Terminator Keyboard Wedge Interface Terminal Type Keyboard Terminator USB Interface Terminator type Code mode Keyboard Wand Emulation Wand emulation speed Data output 3
Default 9600 none 8 1 off <CR><LF> PC/AT IT Keyboard Enter Enter Scan code IT keyboard Normal Black=high Advanced Handheld CCD/Laser Scanner PROGRAMMING GUIDE Symbologies Parameter Decoder Selection EAN/UPC Code 39 Pharmacode Codabar ITF 2 of 5 MSI Chinese Post Code Code 93 Code 128 EAN‐128 Telepen Code 11 Standard 2 of 5 Industrial 2 of 5 Matrix 2 of 5 GS1 DataBar PDF417 Code Identifiers Identifier code as factory standard Identifier code as AIM standard Code 39 identifier code ITF 2 of 5 identifier code Chinese post code identifier code UPC‐A identifier code UPC‐E identifier code EAN‐13 identifier code EAN‐8 identifier code Codabar identifier code Code 128 identifier code Code 93 identifier code MSI identifier code Code 11 identifier code Standard 2 of 5 identifier code Industrial 2 of 5 identifier code Matrix 2 of 5 identifier code GS1 DataBar identifier code GS1 DataBar Limited identifier code Advanced Handheld CCD/Laser Scanner Default Enable Enable Enable Enable Enable Disable Disable Enable Enable Disable Disable Disable Disable Disable Disable Disable Disable Disable Disable M I H A E F FF N K L P O S
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GS1 DataBar Expanded identifier code PDF417 identifier code Barcode Length Codabar maximum Code 11 Standard 2 of 5 minimum Industrial 2 of 5 Matrix 2 of 5 Code 39 maximum Code 93 minimum Code 128 maximum Chinese Post Code minimum RX X
maximum 32 minimum maximum minimum maximum minimum 4 14 14 48 6 MSI ITF 2 of 5 GS1 DataBar GS1 DataBar Limited GS1 DataBar Expanded 32 6 62 3 16 10 Data Formating Code EAN‐13 EAN‐8 UPC‐A UPC‐E Code 128 EAN‐128 Code 39 Codabar ITF 2 of 5 Chinese Post Code Code 93 MSI Message Format D1 D2 D3 D4 D5 D6 D7 D8 D9 D10 D11 D12 D13 D1 D2 D3 D4 D5 D6 D7 D8 D1 D2 D3 D4 D5 D6 D7 D8 D9 D10 D11 D12 D1 D2 D3 D4 D5 D6 D7 D8 D1‐Dx (default 3~62) C1 D1‐Dx (default 3~62) D1‐Dx (default 3~62) D1‐Dx (default 6~32) D1‐Dx (default 6~32) D1‐Dx (default 8~32) D1‐Dx (default 3~32) D1‐Dx (default 6~32) 5
Advanced Handheld CCD/Laser Scanner PROGRAMMING GUIDE Programming Procedure Below is the programming procedure by using barcodes in this guide. 1. Power up the scanner. 2. Scan the Start of Configuration barcode. 3. Scan the barcode for the desired feature. Multiple features can be enabled/disabled before scanning the End of Configuration barcode. 4. Scan the End of Configuration barcode and save the new configuration. 5. To give up a configuration change, power off the scanner before scanning the End of Configuration barcode or scan the Abort barcode. 6. For some parameter setting, such as barcode length and identifier code, it is required to scan the Set barcode to save the configuration. Power up the scanner Scan the “Start of Configuration” barcode Scan barcode of the desired feature Scan the “End of Configuration” barcode Scan the “Abort” barcode Finish the configuration Power off the scanner Discard the configuration
Default values are highlighted in gray background. Advanced Handheld CCD/Laser Scanner 6 PROGRAMMING GUIDE
Parameter Setting Start Of Configuration
Scanner Operation 1.
System Function Setting Barcode Value ‐‐ Barcode Label Description Reset (return to factory default)
%/ Display firmware version
Abort :exit programming mode with no update ++ Return to customer default
KE94 Save as customer default
KE95 7
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Start Of Configuration
Interface Setting Barcode Value KE97 Barcode Label Description Return to USB default
KE99 Return to RS‐232 default
KE87 Enable USB virtual COM KE01 (Virtual COM driver required. For installation steps refer to Appendix 1.) Enable IBM PC/AT/PS/2 Keyboard emulation Enable stand‐alone keyboard
KE05 KE98 (Required no keyboard or key simulator. Only available for special firmware version.) Enable wand emulation KE77 (Only available for special firmware version.) Enable OPOS/JPOS (Available for USB interface only and requires driver. For RS‐232 interface, the scanner needs reset and identifier code has to be enabled.) End Of Configuration Advanced Handheld CCD/Laser Scanner 8 PROGRAMMING GUIDE
3.
Start Of Configuration
General Scan Mode Setting Handheld Operation
Barcode Value SM01 Barcode Label Description SM02 SM04 SM05 Trigger Mode
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The scanner becomes inactive as soon as the data is transmitted. It must be triggered to become active again. Auto Scan Mode 
The scanner is still active after the data is transmitted but the successive transmission of the same barcode is not allowed when the trigger switch is pressed again. Pulse Mode 
The scanner will light up and blink when press the scanner trigger switch once and the scanner will turn off after next pressing. The laser remains on for approximately 3 to 10 seconds after the pulse light is on. Repeat Mode

This mode is similar to Auto Scan Mode, but double reading for the same barcode is prohibited if the scanner switch is pressed. (Not available for Handheld High‐Speed Laser Scanner.) SM06 Momentary mode

The scanner will light up only when the trigger switch is pressed the scanner will turn off when the trigger switch is release. (Not available for Handheld High‐Speed Laser Scanner.) 9
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Start Of Configuration
Scan Mode Only Available for Handheld High‐Speed Laser Scanner Handheld Operation
Barcode Value SM07 Barcode Label Description SM08 SM09 Auto Trigger Mode

The scanner will automatically detect object and activate laser lighting. Barcode data is transmitted when the trigger is pressed. Aim Mode

When the trigger is pressed once, the scanner will light up, blink and decode automatically. But the data is transmitted only when the trigger is released. The scanner will turn off when the trigger is pressed again. Momentary mode

The scanner will light up only when the trigger switch is pressed the scanner will turn off when the trigger switch is release. Stand Operation
Barcode Value SM20 Barcode Label Description IR On (Auto scan on stand)

The scanner automatically activates laser, scans and transmits data when detecting object. IR Off (Scan by manual trigger) SM21 End Of Configuration Advanced Handheld CCD/Laser Scanner 10 PROGRAMMING GUIDE
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Start Of Configuration
Operation Function Setting Good Read Beeper Tone Selection Barcode Value GR02 Barcode Label Description Low beeper tone
Medium beeper tone
GR01 High beeper tone
GR03 Speaker disable
GR05 Beeper Sound Selection
Barcode Value GR13 Barcode Label Description Very short (5 msec)
Short (20 msec)
GR12 Medium (50 msec)
GR11 GR10 Long (100 msec)
Very Long (200 msec)
GR14 Ultra long (500 msec)
GR15 11
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Beeper Volume Selection
Barcode Value GR20 Barcode Label Description Loud
GR21 Medium GR22 Slight Beeper Timing Selection
Barcode Value LB00 Barcode Label Description LB01 LED/Beep after transmission
Use this barcode to indicate a "good read" after a barcode has been successfully decoded. 
LED/Beep before transmission

Use this barcode to indicate a “good read" before successfully transmitting the barcode data to the host. Power‐on tone enable
LB03 LB04 Power‐on tone disable
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Start Of Configuration
Inter Message Delay
Barcode Value IM01 Barcode Label Description IM02 IM03 IM04 0 ms
100 ms
500 ms
1000 ms
Inter Character Delay
Barcode Value IC01 Barcode Label Description 0ms
IC00 5ms
10ms
IC02 IC03 20ms
50ms
IC04 IC05 2ms
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Same Code Delay
Barcode Value Barcode Label Description SD01 Same code delay time 50msec
SD02 Same code delay time 100msec
Same code delay time 200msec
SD03 SD04 Same code delay time 300msec
SD05 Same code delay time 400msec
Same code delay time 500msec
SD06 SD07 Same code delay time 600msec
SD08 Same code delay time 700msec
Same code delay time 800msec
SD09 Same code delay time 900msec
SD10 SD11 Same code delay time 1000msec
SD12 Same code delay time Infinite
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Start Of Configuration
Blink Mode Selection
(Only available in Auto Scan mode; barcode value SM02) Barcode Value LS00 Barcode Label Description Blink mode off.
Module never enters blink mode Blink mode timer 5s
LS01 LS02 LS03 LS04 LS05 LS06 LS15 Blink mode timer 10s
Blink mode timer 15s
Blink mode timer 20s
Blink mode timer 30s
Blink mode timer 60s
Light beam blinks in blink mode
*Blink mode: After the scanner has been inactive for a period of time, the light beam would automatically start blinking. To stop the scanner from blinking, simply present an object close to the scanner window. The Blink mode is included to reduce power consumption and to extend scanner life. Scan barcodes to set the time for switching to blink mode when the scanner is idle. 15
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Connection to an Omnidirectional Scanner
Instead of connecting to a host, sometimes the handheld scanner is to be connected to the AUX port of an omnidirectional scanner and transmit data to the host system via this omnidirectional scanner. Such application is not uncommon in places like hypermarkets and home improvement shops where there are products too heavy or bulky to be put on the counter and need a handheld scanner to read their barcodes. In most cases, the auxiliary input port’s data transmission format would follow the main output format of the omnidirectional scanner, including barcode symbologies and related parameters. For example, if the handheld scanner can read Codabar while the omnidirectional scanner can not, the handheld scanner would decode a Codabar barcode without transmitting the data. To complete the data transmission process, you have to re‐program the omnidirectional scanner and enable Codabar decoding capability. The following barcode allows you to enable and disable the AUX port. For more application and connection instructions, refer to the manual of the omnidirectional scanner. Barcode Value AUXS Barcode Label Description Enable AUX function Not all firmware versions support the AUX function. Please contact your distributor if you have any questions. End Of Configuration Advanced Handheld CCD/Laser Scanner 16 PROGRAMMING GUIDE
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Start Of Configuration
Operation Function Only Available for Handheld High‐Speed Scanner Pulse Light Flash On/Off Timeout Duration
Barcode Value Barcode Label Description FT01 Fast
FT00 Medium FT02 Slow Blue LED
Barcode Value Barcode Label Description LE00 When scanner on stand, blue LED remains off when decoding When scanner on stand, blue LED lights on when LE01 decoding LE04 decoding LE05 When handheld, blue LED remains off when When handheld, blue LED lights on when decoding 17
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Interface Configuration 1.
RS‐232C Interface Setting Same Code Delay
Barcode Value Barcode Label Description BR09 115200
57600
BR08 BR00 38400
BR01 19200
9600
BR02 BR03 4800
BR04 2400
1200
BR05 End Of Configuration Advanced Handheld CCD/Laser Scanner 18 PROGRAMMING GUIDE
Start Of Configuration
Parity Bit
Barcode Value Barcode Label Description PB01 Even parity
PB02 Odd parity
PB03 Mark parity
Space parity
PB04 None parity
PB05 Stop Bit
Barcode Value Barcode Label Description 1 stop bit
SB01 SB02 2 stop bit
Data Bit
Barcode Value Barcode Label Description 7 data bit
DB07 8 data bit
DB08 19
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Handshaking Protocol Barcode Value HP01 Barcode Label Description HP02 HP03 HP04 LB07 LB08 None handshaking
ACK/NAK
Xon/Xoff
RTS/CTS
Enable BEEPER ON<BEL> CHARACTER
Ignore BEEP ON <BEL> CHARACTER
Disable ACK/NAK timeout beeper
LB09 LB10 Enable ACK/NAK timeout beeper (three beeps) RT01 RT03 RT05 RT02 RT04 RT06 RT07 (Only available for Handheld High‐Speed Laser Scanner) ACK/NAK response time 300ms
ACK/NAK response time 500ms ACK/NAK response time 1 sec
ACK/NAK response time 2 sec
ACK/NAK response time 3 sec
ACK/NAK response time 5 sec
ACK/NAK response time infinity
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Start Of Configuration
Message Terminator
Barcode Value Barcode Label DT11 Description DT12 DT13 DT14 DT15 DT16 DT17 RS‐232 message terminator—none
RS‐232 message terminator—CR/LF
RS‐232 message terminator—CR
RS‐232 message terminator—LF
RS‐232 message terminator—H‐tab
RS‐232 message terminator—STX/ETX
RS‐232 message terminator—EOT
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Start Of Configuration
Keyboard Wedge and USB Interface Setting Language Support Barcode Value KL00 Barcode Label Description KL01 KL02 KL03 KL04 KL05 KL06 KL07 International Keyboard mode (ALT mode) Keyboard language support-USA
Keyboard language support-UK
Keyboard language support-Germany
Keyboard language support-French
Keyboard language support-Spanish
Keyboard language support-Italian
Keyboard language support-Switzerland Keyboard language support-Sweden
KL08 KL09 KL10 Keyboard language support-Belgium
Keyboard language support-Portugal
Keyboard language support-Turkish
KL11 KL15 Keyboard language support-Japanese
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Start Of Configuration
Keyboard Setting
Barcode Value CP00 Barcode Label Description CP01 CP05 CP06 CP18 CP19 CP20 Capital lock on
Capital lock off
Function key emulation enable
Function key emulation disable
Send number as normal data
Send number as keypad data
Alphabet follow as keyboard
CP21 CP22 Alphabet always upper case
Alphabet always Lower case
Message Terminator
Barcode Value DT01 Barcode Label DT02 DT03 23
Description Keyboard terminator‐‐‐none
Keyboard terminator‐‐‐Enter
Keyboard terminator‐‐‐H‐TAB
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Start Of Configuration
Want Emulation Setting Wand emulation is a standard interface but requires special firmware. If needed, please contact your distributor. Barcode Barcode Label Description Value All barcode will be decoded and transmitted in that WD01 symbology WD02 WO01 WO02 WO03 WO04 WS01 WS02 Enable Wand output data format as Code 39 Wand emulation data output black = high 
Scan this barcode to set quiet zones and spaces low and bars =high. Wand emulation data output black=low

Scan this barcode to set quiet zones and spaces high and bars=low Idle = high

Idle state refers to the TTL logic level of the Wand Emulation signal when not in use Idle = low 
Idle state refers to the TTL logic level of the Wand Emulation signal when not in use Wand emulation speed‐‐‐Low

This option allows the transmission of wand emulation at 1ms narrow element width Wand emulation speed‐‐‐medium

This option allows the transmission of wand emulation at 600us narrow element width End Of Configuration Advanced Handheld CCD/Laser Scanner 24 PROGRAMMING GUIDE
Start Of Configuration
Wand Emulation Speed
Barcode Value WS03 Barcode Label Description WS04 WS05 WS00 Wand emulation speed‐‐‐high

This option allows the transmission of wand emulation at 300us narrow element width Wand emulation speed‐‐‐higher

This option allows the transmission of wand emulation at 100 us narrow element width WS08 Wand emulation speed‐‐‐normal
Wand emulation narrow/wide ratio 1:2
Wand emulation narrow/wide ratio 1:3
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The Symbologies 1.
Codabar Parameter Setting Barcode Value RC02 Barcode Label Description RD02 CB05 CB06 CB07 CB08 CB09 Codabar start/stop character transmission-A,B,C,D Codabar start/stop character transmission-
a/t,b/n,c/*,d/e Codabar maximum length setting
Codabar minimum length setting
Confirm to save this setting (required for reading full ASCII table and length setting) CB11 Codabar start/stop character transmission-none Codabar start/stop character transmission-
DC1~DC4 SET Codabar disable
CB10 Codabar enable
CB12 Codabar concatenation disable
Codabar concatenation enable
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Start Of Configuration
Barcode Value CB13 Barcode Label Description CB14 CB15 DC50 DC51 DC52 DC53 No check character
Validate modulo 16,but don’t transmit
Validate modulo 16 and transmit
Codabar data redundant check=off
Codabar data redundant check=1
Codabar data redundant check=2
Codabar data redundant check=3
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Code 39 Parameter Setting Barcode Value RC01 Barcode Label Description RD01 RC13 RD13 DC00 DC01 Code 39 enable
Code 39 disable
Code 32 enable
Code 32 disable
Code 39 data redundant check=off
Code 39 data redundant check=1
Code 39 data redundant check=2
DC02 Code 39 data redundant check=3
DC03 3901 3902 3903 3904 Standard code 39
Full ASCII code 39
Code 39 start/stop character transmission Code 39 start/stop character without transmission End Of Configuration Advanced Handheld CCD/Laser Scanner 28 PROGRAMMING GUIDE
Start Of Configuration
Barcode Value 3905 Barcode Label Description 3906 3907 3908 3909 SET Code 39 check digit calculate but without transmit No check character
Code 39 maximum length setting
Code 39 minimum length setting
Confirm to save this setting (required for reading full ASCII table and length setting) 3910 Code 39 check digit calculate and transmit 3911 3912 3913 Code 39 concatenation enable
Code 39 concatenation disable
Code 32 (Italian pharmacy) transmit “A” character Code 32 (Italian pharmacy) without transmit ”A” character 29
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3.
Code 93 Parameter Setting Barcode Value RC08 Barcode Label Description RD08 DC30 DC31 DC32 DC33 Code 93 enable
Code 93 disable
Code 93 data redundant check=off
Code 93 data redundant check=1
Code 93 data redundant check=2
Code 93 data redundant check=3
9301 9302 SET Code 93 minimum length setting
Confirm to save this setting (required for reading full ASCII table and length setting) 9303 Code 93 maximum length setting
9304 9305 Code 93 check digit calculate but without transmit Code 93 check digit not calculate and without transmit Code 93 check digit calculate and transmit End Of Configuration Advanced Handheld CCD/Laser Scanner 30 PROGRAMMING GUIDE
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Start Of Configuration
Code 128 Parameter Setting Barcode Value RC06 Barcode Label Description RD06 RC10 RD10 DC40 DC41 DC42 DC43 Code 128 enable
Code 128 disable
EAN‐128 enable
EAN‐128 disable
Code 128 data redundant check=off
Code 128 data redundant check=1
Code 128 data redundant check=2
Code 128 data redundant check=3
1801 1802 1803 1804 1805 1806 1807 SET 31
Code128 FNC2 concatenation enable
Code128 FNC2 concatenation disable
No check character
Calculate but not transmitted
Calculate and transmit
Code 128 maximum length setting
Code 128 minimum length setting
Confirm to save this setting (required for reading full ASCII table and length setting) End Of Configuration Advanced Handheld CCD/Laser Scanner PROGRAMMING GUIDE 5.
Start Of Configuration
Chinese Post Code Parameter Setting Barcode Value RC05 Barcode Label Description RD05 DC60 DC61 DC62 DC63 Chinese post code enable
Chinese post code disable
Chinese post code data redundant check=off Chinese post code data redundant check=1 Chinese post code data redundant check=2 Chinese post code data redundant check=3 SZ01 SZ02 SET Chinese post code maximum length setting Chinese post code minimum length setting Confirm to save this setting (required for reading full ASCII table and length setting) End Of Configuration Advanced Handheld CCD/Laser Scanner 32 PROGRAMMING GUIDE
Start Of Configuration
6.
MSI/Plessy Parameter Setting Barcode Value RC14 Barcode Label Description RD14 DC70 DC71 DC72 DC73 MSI enable
MSI disable
MSI data redundant check= off
MSI data redundant check=1
MSI data redundant check=2
MSI data redundant check=3
MS01 MS02 SET MS03 MS04 MS05 MS06 MS07 MS08 33
MSI/Plessy minimum length setting
Confirm to save this setting (required for reading full ASCII table and length setting) MSI/Plessy maximum length setting
MSI/Plessy double check digit calculate but not transmit MSI/Plessy double check digit without calculate and transmit MSI/Plessy double check digit calculate but only first digit transmit MSI/Plessy double check digit calculate and both transmit MSI/Plessy single check digit calculate but without transmit MSI/Plessy single check digit calculate and transmit End Of Configuration Advanced Handheld CCD/Laser Scanner PROGRAMMING GUIDE Start Of Configuration
7.
Code 11 Interface Setting Barcode Value RC07 Barcode Label Description Code 11 enable
RD07 1101 1102 SET Code 11 maximum length setting
Code 11 minimum length setting
Confirm to save this setting (required for reading full ASCII table and length setting) Code 11 disable
1103 1104 Code 11 one check digit verification
Code 11 two check digit verification
Two Check for Code 11 check digit if code length is 1105 longer than 10 characters 1106 1107 1108 Disable verification
Code 11 check digit transmitted
Code 11 check digit not transmitted
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8.
Start Of Configuration
ITF 2 of 5 Parameter Setting Barcode Value RC04 Barcode Label Description RD04 RC09 RD09 DC80 DC81 DC82 DC83 ITF 2 of 5 enable
ITF 2 of 5 disable
IATA code enable
IATA disable
ITF 25 data redundant check=off
ITF25 data redundant check=1
ITF25 data redundant check=2
ITF25 data redundant check=3
IT03 IT04 IT05 ITF 2 of 5 no check character
ITF 2 of 5 check digit calculate and transmit ITF 2 of 5 check digit calculate but without transmit 35
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Barcode Value IT01 Barcode Label Description IT02 IT06 IT07 SET ITF 2 of 5 code maximum length setting
ITF 2 of 5 code minimum length setting
ITF 2 of 5 one fixed length setting
ITF 2 of 5 two fixed length setting
Confirm to save this setting (required for reading full ASCII table and length setting) ITF 2 of 5 length variable IT08 (Only available for Handheld High‐Speed Laser Scanner) End Of Configuration Advanced Handheld CCD/Laser Scanner 36 PROGRAMMING GUIDE
Start Of Configuration
9.
Standard 2 of 5 Parameter Setting Barcode Value RC22 Barcode Label Description RD22 D051 D052 SET Standard 2 of 5 code disable
Standard 2 of 5 code maximum length setting Standard 2 of 5 code minimum length setting Confirm to save this setting (required for reading full ASCII table and length setting) D053 Standard 2 of 5 code enable
Standard 2 of 5 code no check character
Standard 2 of 5 code check digit calculate and D054 transmit Standard 2 of 5 code check digit calculate but D055 without transmit 37
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10.
Industrial 2 of 5 Parameter Setting Barcode Value RC21 Barcode Label Description RD21 D251 D252 SET Industrial 2 of 5 code disable
Industrial 2 of 5 code maximum length setting Industrial 2 of 5 code minimum length setting Confirm to save this setting (required for reading full ASCII table and length setting) D253 Industrial 2 of 5 code enable
D254 Industrial 2 of 5 code no check character Industrial 2 of 5 code check digit calculate and transmit Industrial 2 of 5 code check digit calculate but D255 without transmission End Of Configuration Advanced Handheld CCD/Laser Scanner 38 PROGRAMMING GUIDE
11.
Start Of Configuration
UPC/EAN/JAN Parameter Setting Barcode Value RC11 Barcode Label Description RD11 RC03 RD03 UE01 UE02 UE03 UE04 UE05 UE06 UE07 UE08 UE09 EAN convert to ISSN/ISBN enable
EAN convert to ISSN/ISBN disable
UPC/EAN/JAN enable
UPC/EAN/JAN disable
UPC/EAN/JAN all enable
EAN‐8 or EAN‐13 enable
UPC‐A and EAN‐13 enable
UPC‐A and UPC‐E enable
UPC‐A enable
UPC‐E enable
EAN‐13 enable
EAN‐8 enable
UPC/EAN Addendum disable
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Barcode Value UE10 UE11 UE12 UE13 UE14 UE15 UE16 UE44 UE45 UE17 UE18 UE19 UE20 UE21 UE22 Barcode Label Description Add on 5 only
Add on 2 only
Add on 2 or 5
Force UPC‐E to UPC‐A format enable
Force UPC‐E to UPC‐A format disable
Force UPC‐A to EAN‐13 format enable
Force UPC‐A to EAN‐13 format disable
Force EAN‐8 to EAN‐13 format enable
Force EAN‐8 to EAN‐13 format disable
Transmit UPC‐A check digit enable
Transmit UPC‐A check digit disable
Transmit UPC‐E leading character enable Transmit UPC‐E leading character disable Transmit UPC‐E check digit enable
Transmit UPC‐E check digit disable
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Barcode Value UE23 Barcode Label Description UE24 UE25 UE26 UE27 UE28 UE30 UE31 UE60 UE61 UE66 Transmit EAN‐8 check digit enable
Transmit EAN‐8 check digit disable
Transmit EAN‐13 check digit enable
Transmit EAN‐13 check digit disable
Transmit UPC‐A leading character enable Transmit UPC‐A leading character disable Add‐on format with separator
Add‐on format without separator
EAN‐13 country code first “0” can transmitted EAN‐13 country code first:”0” can’t transmitted EAN‐13 with first 0 ID code same as “UPC‐A” UE67 DC10 DC11 EAN‐13 with first 0 ID code same as “EAN‐13” UPC‐A data redundant check=off
UPC‐A data redundant check=1
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Barcode Value DC12 DC13 DC14 DC15 DC16 DC17 DC20 DC21 DC22 DC23 DC24 DC25 DC26 DC27 UE32 UE33 Barcode Label Description UPC‐A data redundant check=2
UPC‐A data redundant check=3
UPC‐E data redundant check=off
UPC‐E data redundant check=1
UPC‐E data redundant check=2
UPC‐E data redundant check=3
EAN‐13 data redundant check=off
EAN‐13 data redundant check=1
EAN‐13 data redundant check=2
EAN‐13 data redundant check=3
EAN‐8 data redundant check=off
EAN‐8 data redundant check=1
EAN‐8 data redundant check=2
EAN‐8 data redundant check=3
EAN/UPC +add‐on (none mandatory)
EAN/UPC +add‐on (mandatory)
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UE35 EAN/UPC +add‐on mandatory for 978/977 bookland (Supplement requirement, not sent for other) (Supplement requirement, optionally for other) EAN/UPC +addon mandatory for 491 Japanese bookland (Supplement requirement, not sent for other) UE38 EAN/UPC +addon mandatory for 978/977 bookland UE42 UE43 EAN/UPC +addon mandatory 491 Japanese bookland (Supplement requirement, optionally for other)
Settings Only Available for Handheld High‐Speed Laser Scanner Barcode Value UE34 Barcode Label UE37 UE36 UE39 Description EAN/UPC +addon mandatory for 378/379 French (Supplement requirement, not sent for other) EAN/UPC +addon mandatory for 378/379 French (Supplement requirement, optionally for other) EAN/UPC +addon mandatory for 434/439 German (Supplement requirement, not sent for other) EAN/UPC +addon mandatory for 434/439 German (Supplement requirement, optionally for other) EAN/UPC +addon mandatory for 419/414 Euro UE40 amounts (Supplement requirement, not sent for other) UE41 UE46 EAN/UPC +addon mandatory for 414/419 Euro (Supplement requirement, optionally for other) EAN/UPC +addon mandatory for 414/419/378/379/978/977/434/439/529/ Euro (Supplement requirement, optionally for other) UE47 EAN/UPC +addon mandatory for 414/419/378/379/978/977/434/439/529/ Euro (Supplement requirement, not sent for other) 43
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Telepen Parameter Setting Barcode Value RC25 Barcode Label Description RD25 TE03 TE04 Telepen enable
Telepen disable
Telepen numeric mode enable
AIM Telepen enable
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Matrix 2 of 5 Parameter Setting Barcode Value RC12 Barcode Label Description RD12 D151 D152 SET Matrix 2 of 5 disable
Matrix 2 of 5 maximum length setting
Matrix 2 of 5 minimum length setting
Confirm to save this setting (required for reading full ASCII table and length setting) D153 Matrix 2 of 5 enable
D154 D155 Matrix 2 of 5 no check character
Matrix 2 of 5 check digit calculate and transmit Matrix 2 of 5 check digit calculate but without transmission 45
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GS1 DataBar Parameter Setting There are 7 kinds of barcodes in the GS1 DataBar family and they are categorized into three groups. Barcode types in the same group use the same barcodes for setting. Group Representative Contents
Group 1 GS1 DataBar Omnidirectional
GS1 DataBar Omnidirectional (Formally RSS‐14) GS1 DataBar Truncated GS1 DataBar Stacked GS1 DataBar Stacked Omnidirectional Group 2 GS1 DataBar Limited
GS1 DataBar Limited (Formally RSS Limited) Group 3 GS1 DataBar Expanded
GS1 DataBar Expanded
(Formally RSS Expanded) GS1 DataBar Expanded Stacked GS1 DataBar Omnidirectional (Formally RSS‐14)
Barcode Barcode Label Description Value RC15 GS1 DataBar Omnidirectional enable
RD15 SS00 SS01 GS1 DataBar Omnidirectional disable
Transmit GS1 DataBar Omnidirectional check digit Do not transmit GS1 DataBar Omnidirectional check digit Transmit GS1 DataBar Omnidirectional application ID SS02 (01) SS03 Do not transmit GS1 DataBar Omnidirectional application ID (01) GS1 DataBar Omnidirectional /EAN‐128 emulation SS05 enable GS1 DataBar Omnidirectional /EAN‐128 emulation SS04 disable End Of Configuration Advanced Handheld CCD/Laser Scanner 46 PROGRAMMING GUIDE
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GS1 DataBar Limited (Formally RSS Limited)
Barcode Value RC16 Barcode Label Description RD16 SS10 SS11 SS12 SS13 GS1 DataBar Limited enable
GS1 DataBar Limited disable
Transmit GS1 DataBar Limited check digit Don’t transmit GS1 DataBar Limited check digit Transmit GS1 DataBar limited application ID (01) Do not transmit GS1 DataBar limited application ID 47
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GS1 DataBar Expanded (Formally RSS Expanded)
Barcode Value RC17 Barcode Label Description RD17 SS07 SS06 SS08 SS09 SS16 SS17 GS1 DataBar Expanded enable
GS1 DataBar Expanded disable
GS1 DataBar Expanded/EAN‐128 emulation enable GS1 DataBar Expanded/EAN‐128 emulation disable GS1 DataBar Expanded check digital enable GS1 DataBar Expanded check digital disable Transmit GS1 DataBar Expanded application ID (01) Do not transmit GS1 DataBar Expanded application ID End Of Configuration Advanced Handheld CCD/Laser Scanner 48 PROGRAMMING GUIDE
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PDF417 Parameter Setting (Only available for Handheld High‐Speed Laser Scanner) Barcode Barcode Label Description Value PDF 417 enable
RC31 RD31 PDF 417 disable 49
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Data Editing 1.
Identifier Code Barcode Value IS00 Barcode Label Description IS01 IS03 CI01 CI02 CI03 CI04 CI05 CI06 CI07 SET Disable identifier code
Enable identifier code table as factory standard Enable identifier code table as AIM standard. Code 39 identifier code setting
ITF 2 of 5 identifier code setting
Chinese Post Code identifier code setting UPC‐E identifier code setting
UPC‐A identifier code setting
EAN‐13 identifier code setting
EAN‐8 identifier code setting
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Barcode Value CI08 Barcode Label Description CI09 CI10 CI11 CI12 Codabar identifier code setting
Code 128 identifier code setting
Code 93 identifier code setting
MSI identifier code setting
GS1 DataBar Omnidirectional identifier code setting CI13 CI14 CI15 CI16 CI17 CI18 SET 51
GS1 DataBar Limited identifier code setting GS1 DataBar expanded identifier code setting Industrial 2 of 5 identifier code setting
Code 11 Identifier code setting
Standard 2 of 5 identifier code setting
Matrix 2 of 5 identifier code setting
Confirm to save this setting (required for reading full ASCII table and length setting) End Of Configuration Advanced Handheld CCD/Laser Scanner PROGRAMMING GUIDE 2.
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Header and Trailer Barcode Value CP11 Barcode Label Description CP12 HT01 HT02 HT03 HT04 SET Add code length as header enable (2 digits) Add code length as header disable (2 digits) Header (Preamble)
Trailer (Postamble)
Truncate header character
Truncate trailer character
Confirm to save this setting (required for reading full ASCII table and length setting) End Of Configuration Advanced Handheld CCD/Laser Scanner 52
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Multi‐Barcode Editing Refer to Appendix 3 for detail setup steps. Function Setting
Barcode Barcode Label Description Value Start to edit multi‐barcode
MC00 MC01 Multi‐barcode enable MC02 Multi‐barcode disable
MC03 MC04 Apply output sequence
In this mode, the scanner would retain the barcode data until it reads all the conditioned barcodes and transmit the data all together. It the scanner reads a barcode not compliant with programmed format, it would consider it a normal barcode and transmit this data. 
Enforce output sequence

In this mode, every barcode must follow the programmed format; otherwise no data would be transmitted. Enable terminator
MC05 MC06 Disable terminator
SET Confirm to save this setting (required for reading full ASCII table and length setting) 53
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Barcode Type Setting
Barcode Value $Q Barcode Label $A $B $C $F $G $E 4 Description Code39 Codabar ITF2 of 5 Code128
Code 93 MSI Chinese Post Code EAN‐8 D EAN‐13 /D $T $U $V $W UPC‐A UPC‐E GS1 DataBar Standard GS1 DataBar Expanded GS1 DataBar Limited End Of Configuration Advanced Handheld CCD/Laser Scanner 54 PROGRAMMING GUIDE
Appendix 1: USB Virtual COM Driver Installation Contact your distributor to get the driver and follow the steps below to enable USB virtual COM port. 1.
Connect the handheld scanner and the host (e.g. a PC) with a USB interface cable. 2.
Enable USB virtual COM port with programming barcodes on page 8. 3.
After the programming, the host would request driver installation. Browse your files to locate the driver and start installation. 4.
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Advanced Handheld CCD/Laser Scanner PROGRAMMING GUIDE Appendix 2: Barcode Length Setting Introduction The length of a barcode is the number of characters it contains, including check digits. As listed in the Default Parameters section, each barcode type has different default length. You may change the setting by the following procedure. To set up barcode length, the paramours to be determined are barcode type and the desired barcode length. Barcode length is consisted of 2 digits. For numbers smaller than 10, you need to add a “0” in the front. Example If the barcode length is 4 to 12 digits, the steps would be as below: Start Set up barcode length
Start of Configuration Scan the “Start of configuration” barcode Read the “Full ASCII code 39” barcode Turn to the page of the barcode type to be set up Set up minimum barcode length Scan the “Min“ barcode End Set up maximum barcode length Set the “Max” barcode Scan the first digit: 0 Set up the first digit: 1 Scan the second digit: 4 Set up the second digit: 2 End of Configuration Scan the “Set” barcode to save this setting Scan the “End of configuration” barcode Use the ASCII table (Appendix 4) to set up barcode length. Be sure to enable the full ASCII code 39 option before you start and read the “Set” label to set your choice into memory. Advanced Handheld CCD/Laser Scanner 56
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Appendix 3: Multi‐Barcode Editor Introduction The multi‐barcode editor function allows users to set up the sequence of barcode data transmission. After the configuration, the scanner would transmit data in the pre‐
programmed sequence even if the user doesn’t scan barcodes in the correct order. Users can set up the sequence of up to 5 pieces of barcode data. The three parameters to be programmed are: barcode type, barcode length and check digit. Set up as “0” if the barcode length is not required; set up as “NUL” is there is no need to check the first digit of the barcode value. Use the ASCII table (Appendix 4) to set up barcode length and first digit checkup. Be sure to enable the full ASCII code 39 option before you start and read the “Set” label to set your choice into memory. 57
Advanced Handheld CCD/Laser Scanner PROGRAMMING GUIDE Example If the barcode data transmission sequence and requirements are as below: The 1st barcode symbology
Barcode type Code 128 Barcode length
9 First digit A The 2nd barcode symbology Barcode type Code 39
Barcode length
12
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Appendix 4: Full ASCII Code 39 Table Code 39 ASCII Full ASCII ‐‐‐NUL Hexa‐
code Code 39 00
ASCII Full ASCII ‐‐‐SOH Function key‐‐‐‐‐“Ins” 01
Full ASCII ‐‐‐STX Function key‐‐‐‐‐“Del” 02
Full ASCII ‐‐‐ETX Function key‐‐‐‐‐“Home” 03
Full ASCII ‐‐‐EOT Function key‐‐‐‐‐“End” 04
Full ASCII ‐‐‐ENQ Function key‐‐‐‐‐“Up arrow” 05
Full ASCII ‐‐‐ACK Function key‐‐‐‐‐“Down arrow” Full ASCII ‐‐‐BEL Function key‐‐‐‐‐“Left arrow” 06
Full ASCII ‐‐‐BS Function key‐‐‐‐‐“Backspace” 08
Full ASCII ‐‐‐HT Function key‐‐‐‐‐“TAB” 09
Full ASCII ‐‐‐LF Function key‐‐‐‐‐“Enter (alpha numeric” Full ASCII ‐‐‐VT Function key‐‐‐‐‐“right arrow” 0A
Full ASCII ‐‐‐FF Function key‐‐‐‐‐“PgUp” 0C
Full ASCII ‐‐‐CR Function key‐‐‐‐‐
“Enetr(num.)” Full ASCII ‐‐‐SO Function key‐‐‐‐‐“PgDn” 0D
07
0B
0E
Hexa‐
code Full ASCII ‐‐‐SI Function key‐‐‐‐‐“Shift” 0F Full ASCII ‐‐‐DLE Function key‐‐‐‐‐“5(num)” 10 Full ASCII ‐‐‐DC1 Function key‐‐‐‐‐“F1” 11 Full ASCII ‐‐‐DC2 Function key‐‐‐‐‐“F2” 12 Full ASCII ‐‐‐DC3 Function key‐‐‐‐‐“F3” 13 Full ASCII ‐‐‐DC4 Function key‐‐‐‐‐“F4” 14 Full ASCII ‐‐‐NAK Function key‐‐‐‐‐“F5” 15 Full ASCII ‐‐‐SYN Function key‐‐‐‐‐“F6” 16 Full ASCII ‐‐‐ETB Function key‐‐‐‐‐“F7” 17 Full ASCII ‐‐‐CAN Function key‐‐‐‐‐“F8” 18 Full ASCII ‐‐‐EN Function key‐‐‐‐‐“F9” 19 Full ASCII ‐‐‐SUB Function key‐‐‐‐‐“F10” 1A Full ASCII ‐‐‐ESC Function key‐‐‐‐‐“F11” 1B Full ASCII ‐‐‐FS Function key‐‐‐‐‐“F12” 1C Full ASCII ‐‐‐GS Function key‐‐‐‐‐“ESC” 1D 59
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Full ASCII Code 39 Table
Code 39 ASCII Hexa‐
code Full ASCII ‐‐‐RS Function key‐‐‐‐‐“CTL(L)” 1E
Full ASCII ‐‐‐US Function key‐‐‐‐‐“ALT(L)” 1F
Full ASCII ‐‐‐SP 20
Code 39 ASCII Hexa‐
code Full ASCII ‐‐‐‐ 2D Full ASCII ‐‐‐. 2E Full ASCII ‐‐‐/ 2F Full ASCII ‐‐‐0 30 Full ASCII ‐‐‐1 31 Full ASCII ‐‐‐2 32 Full ASCII ‐‐‐3 33 Full ASCII ‐‐‐4 34 Full ASCII ‐‐‐5 35 Full ASCII ‐‐‐6 36 Full ASCII ‐‐‐7 37 Full ASCII ‐‐‐8 38 Full ASCII ‐‐‐9 39 Full ASCII ‐‐‐: 3A Full ASCII ‐‐‐; 3B Full ASCII ‐‐‐! 21
Full ASCII ‐‐‐“ 22
Full ASCII ‐‐‐# 23
Full ASCII ‐‐‐$ 24
Full ASCII ‐‐‐% 25
Full ASCII ‐‐‐& 26
Full ASCII ‐‐‐‘ 27
Full ASCII ‐‐‐ ( 28
Full ASCII ‐‐‐) 29
Full ASCII ‐‐‐* 2A
Full ASCII ‐‐‐+ 2B
Full ASCII ‐‐‐, 2C
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Full ASCII Code 39 Table
Code 39 ASCII Full ASCII ‐‐‐< Hexa‐
code Code 39 ASCII 3C
Hexa‐
code Full ASCII ‐‐‐K 4B Full ASCII ‐‐‐L 4C Full ASCII ‐‐‐M 4D Full ASCII ‐‐‐N 4E Full ASCII ‐‐‐O 4F Full ASCII ‐‐‐P 50 Full ASCII ‐‐‐Q 51 Full ASCII ‐‐‐R 52 Full ASCII ‐‐‐S 53 Full ASCII ‐‐‐T 54 Full ASCII ‐‐‐U 55 Full ASCII ‐‐‐V 56 Full ASCII ‐‐‐W 57 Full ASCII ‐‐‐X 58 Full ASCII ‐‐‐Y 59 Full ASCII ‐‐‐= 3D
Full ASCII ‐‐‐> 3E
Full ASCII ‐‐‐? 3F
Full ASCII ‐‐‐@ 40
Full ASCII ‐‐‐A 41
Full ASCII ‐‐‐B 42
Full ASCII ‐‐‐C 43
Full ASCII ‐‐‐D 44
Full ASCII ‐‐‐E 45
Full ASCII ‐‐‐F 46
Full ASCII ‐‐‐G 47
Full ASCII ‐‐‐H 48
Full ASCII ‐‐‐I 49
Full ASCII ‐‐‐J 4A
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Full ASCII Code 39 Table
Code 39 ASCII Full ASCII ‐‐‐Z Hexa‐
code Code 39 ASCII 5A
Hexa‐
code Full ASCII ‐‐‐i 69 Full ASCII ‐‐‐j 6A Full ASCII ‐‐‐k 6B Full ASCII ‐‐‐l 6C Full ASCII ‐‐‐m 6D Full ASCII ‐‐‐n 6E Full ASCII ‐‐‐o 6F Full ASCII ‐‐‐p 70 Full ASCII ‐‐‐q 71 Full ASCII ‐‐‐r 72 Full ASCII ‐‐‐s 73 Full ASCII ‐‐‐t 74 Full ASCII ‐‐‐u 75 Full ASCII ‐‐‐v 76 Full ASCII ‐‐‐w 77 Full ASCII ‐‐‐[ 5B
Full ASCII ‐‐‐\ 5C
Full ASCII ‐‐‐] 5D
Full ASCII ‐‐‐^ 5E
Full ASCII ‐‐‐_ 5F
Full ASCII ‐‐‐` 60
Full ASCII ‐‐‐a 61
Full ASCII ‐‐‐b 62
Full ASCII ‐‐‐c 63
Full ASCII ‐‐‐d 64
Full ASCII ‐‐‐e 65
Full ASCII ‐‐‐f 66
Full ASCII ‐‐‐g 67
Full ASCII ‐‐‐h 68
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Full ASCII Code 39 Table
Code 39 ASCII Hexa‐
code 78
Full ASCII ‐‐‐y 79
Full ASCII ‐‐‐z 7A
Full ASCII ‐‐‐{ 7B
Full ASCII ‐‐‐| 7C
Full ASCII ‐‐‐} 7D
Full ASCII ‐‐‐~ 7E
Full ASCII ‐‐‐DEL 7F
Full ASCII ‐‐‐x 63
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