CR1000 XHD User Manual
USER MANUAL
NORTH AMERICA
CR1000
MANUAL VERSION 07
RELEASE DATE: JUNE 2015
www.codecorp.com
Configuration Guide
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Statement of Agency Compliance
The Code Reader™ 1000 (CR1000) has been tested for compliance with FCC regulations and was found to be compliant
with all applicable FCC Rules and Regulations.
IMPORTANT NOTE: To comply with FCC RF exposure compliance requirements, this device must not be co-located or
operate in conjunction with any other antenna or transmitter
CAUTION: Changes or modifications not expressly approved by the party responsible for compliance could void the user’s
authority to operate the equipment.
The CR1000 has been tested for compliance to CE standards and guidelines and was found to conform to applicable CE
standards, specifically the EMC requirements EN 55024, ESD EN 61000-4-2, Radiated RF Immunity
EN 61000-4-3, ENV 50204, EFT EN 61000-4-4, Conducted RF Immunity EN 61000-4-6, EN 55022, Class B Radiated
Emissions, and Class B Conducted Emissions.
Code voids product warranty if the hard case has been opened or tampered with in any way.
In addition, a CB Test Certificate has been issued by the National Certification Board (NCB) indicating CR1000 meets all
safety and quality standards in accordance to IEC 60950-1:2001, First Edition.
Code Reader™1000 User Manual
Copyright © 2014 Code Corporation.
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The software described in this manual may only be used in accordance with the terms of its license agreement.
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NO WARRANTY. This technical documentation is provided AS-IS. Further, the documentation does not represent a commitment on the part
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The software and/or products of Code Corporation include inventions that are patented or that are the subject of patents pending. U.S.
Patents: 6997387, 6957769, 7428981, 6619547, 6736320, 7392933, 7014113, 7240831, 7353999, 7519239, 7204417,
6942152, 7070091, 7097099, 7621453, 8001550, 8011584
The Code Reader software uses the Mozilla SpiderMonkey JavaScript engine, which is distributed under the terms of the Mozilla Public
License Version 1.1.
The Code Reader software is based in part on the work of the Independent JPEG Group.
Code Corporation, 12393 S. Gateway Park Place, Ste. 600, Draper, Utah 84020
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Table of Contents
1.0 - Included Items............................................................................................ 4
2.0 - Attaching and Detaching a Cable................................................................... 5
3.0 - Set Up........................................................................................................ 5
4.0 - Using a CR1000 Out of a Stand.................................................................... 6
5.0 - Using a CR1000 In a Stand ......................................................................... 6
6.0 - Reading Ranges........................................................................................... 6
7.0 - Reader Feedback......................................................................................... 7
8.0 - Symbologies Defaulted On............................................................................ 7
9.0 - Symbologies Defaulted Off............................................................................ 7
10.0 - Reader ID & Firmware Version..................................................................... 8
11.0 - CR1000 Hole Mounting Pattern.................................................................. 8
12.0 - CR1000 Overall Dimensions....................................................................... 9
13.0 - USB Cable Example with Pinouts................................................................ 9
14.0 - RS232 Cable Example with Pinouts............................................................. 9
15.0 - Reader Pinouts........................................................................................ 10
16.0 - CR1000 Maintenance.............................................................................. 10
17.0 - Warranty................................................................................................. 11
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1.0 - Included if Ordered
CR1000
(Model #: CR1011 or CR1021)
USB 2.0 Cable
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RS232 Cable
5VDC
Power Supply
4
2.0 - Attaching and Detaching a Cable
3.0 - Set Up
USB
RS232
Plug in
11
Wait 10 seconds
2
10 Sec.
LED will flash
3
4
Reader will beep
2x
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4.0 - U
sing a CR1000
Out of a Stand
5.0 - Using a CR1000
In a Stand
10 cm
10 cm
6.0 - Reading Ranges
CR1000 Performance
Test Barcode
Min Inches (mm)
Max Inches (mm)
3 mil Code 39
3.1” (80 mm)
4.0” (102 mm)
7.5 mil Code 39
1.3” (33 mm)
7.2” (182 mm)
10.5 mil GS1 DataBar
0.8” (20 mm)
8.7” (220 mm)
13 mil UPC
1.1” (28 mm)
11.0” (280 mm)
5 mil DM
1.7” (43 mm)
4.5” (115 mm)
6.3 mil DM
1.3” (33 mm)
5.9” (150 mm)
10 mil DM
0.8” (20 mm)
7.1” (180 mm)
20.8 mil DM
1.1” (28 mm)
13.5” (343 mm)
Note: Working ranges are a combination of both the wide and high density fields. All samples were high quality barcodes and were read along a
physical center line at a 10° angle. Default AGC settings were used. Accuracy= +/- 10%.
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7.0 - Reader Feedback
Scenario
Top LED Light
Sound
CR1000 Successfully Powers Up
Green LED Flashes
1 beep
CR1000 Successfully Enumerates with Host (via cable)
Once Enumerated, the Green LED turns Off
1 beep
Attempting to Decode
Green LED Light is Off
None
Successful Decode and Data Transfer
Green LED Flashes
1 beep
Configuration Barcode Successfully Decoded and Processed
Green LED Flashes
2 beeps
Configuration Barcode Successfully Decoded but Wasn’t
Successfully Processed
Green LED Flashes
4 beeps
8.0 - Symbologies Defaulted On
9.0 - Symbologies Defaulted Off
The following are symbologies that have a default of ON.
To turn symbologies on or off, scan the symbology barcodes
located in the CR1000 Configuration Guide located on our
website at www.codecorp.com/files.php.
Code barcode readers can read a number of barcode
symbologies that are not enabled by default. To turn
symbologies on or off, scan the symbology barcodes located in
the CR1000 Configuration Guide located on our website at
www.codecorp.com/files.php.
Aztec
Codabar
Code 39
Code 93
Code 128
Data Matrix
Data Matrix Inverse
Codablock F
Code 11
Code 32
Composite
Han Xin Code
Hong Kong 2 of 5
IATA 2 of 5
Maxicode
Matrix 2 of 5
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Data Matrix Rectangle
All GS1 DataBar
Interleaved 2 of 5
PDF417
QR Code
UPC/EAN/UPC-E
Micro PDF417
MSI Plessey
NEC 2 of 5
Pharmacode
Plessey
Standard 2 of 5
Telepen
Trioptic
Postal Codes
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10.0 - Reader ID and Firmware Version
Reader ID and Firmware
To find out the Reader ID and Firmware version, open a text editor program
(i.e., Notepad, Microsoft Word, etc.) and read the Reader ID and Firmware
configuration barcode.
A text string indicating the firmware version and CR1000 ID number will be displayed.
example: Xap/i06760456none0020094903A06000000700070016006200○02cd(13.2.18) (see below):
String Firmware Boot firmware Radio firmware
output version version
version
Reader serial
Current
number (ten digits) execution state
OEM
identifier
Xap/ i 0808 0808 none 0020094903 A 06 0 0000 0700070016 0062 0002○cd(13.2.18)
Display
type
Flash file system
version number
Hardware
revision
Hardware type Boot
identifier
application
version
Operating
system kernel
version
Root file
system
version
ASCII TAB
character
Decoder version
Note: Code will periodically release new firmware for CR1000 readers. For information on latest firmware visit our website at
www.codecorp.com/codesupport.php.
11.0 - CR1000 Hole Mounting Pattern
34.08 mm
15.53 mm
NOTE 1:
Locating holes are 2 mm in
diameter, hole depth is 1.5 mm.
10.36 mm
NOTE 2:
Mounting inserts are M3-.5 internal
thread, 3.8 mm length.
30.20 mm
27.01 mm
31.12 mm
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12.0 - CR1000 Overall Dimensions
2.6"
(67 mm)
1.18"
(30 mm)
2.2"
(52 mm)
13.0 - USB Cable Example with Pinouts
NOTES:
1. Part to be ROHS and Reach compliant.
2. Maximum Voltage Tolerance = 5V +/- 10%.
3. C
aution: Exceeding the maximum voltage will void
manufacturer warranty.
CONNECTOR A
NAME
WIRE
COLOR
CONNECTOR B
1
VIN
24A WG
RED
1
2
DM
28A WG
WHITE
2
3
DP
28A WG
GREEN
3
4
GND
24A WG
BLACK
10
SHELL
-
SHIELD
BARE
SHELL
CONNECTOR A
CONNECTOR B
14.0 - RS232 Cable Example with Pinouts
NOTES:
1. Part to be ROHS and Reach compliant.
2. Maximum Voltage Tolerance = 5V +/- 10%.
3. C
aution: Exceeding the maximum voltage will void
manufacturer warranty.
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CONN A
NAME
WIRE
COLOR
CONN B
WIRE
COLOR
CONN C
1
VIN
24A WG
RED
9
24A WG
RED
TIP
4
TX
28A WG BROWN
2
5
RTS
28A WG ORANGE
8
6
RX
28A WG YELLOW
3
7
CTS
28A WG
GREEN
7
10
GND
24A WG
BLACK
SHIELD
-
SHIELD
5
24A WG BLACK
RING
SHIELD
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15.0 - Reader Pinouts
The connector on the CR1000 is an RJ-50
(10P-10C). The pinouts are as follows:
Pin 1
+VIN (5v)
Pin 2
USB_DM
Pin 3
USB_DP
Pin 4
RS232 TX (output from reader)
Pin 5
RS232 RTS (output from reader)
Pin 6
RS232 RX (input to reader)
Pin 7
RS232 CTS (input to reader)
Pin 8
External Trigger (active low input to reader)
Pin 9
N/C
Pin 10
Ground
16.0 - CR1000 Maintenance
The CR1000 device needs only a minimum of maintenance to operate. A few tips are given below for maintenance suggestions.
Cleaning the CR1000 Window
CR1000 window should be clean to allow the best performance of the device. The window is the clear plastic piece inside the head of
the reader. Do not touch the window. Your CR1000 uses CMOS technology that is much like a digital camera. A dirty window may stop
the CR1000 from reading barcodes.
If the window becomes dirty, clean it with a soft, non-abrasive cloth or a facial tissue (no lotions or additives) that has been moistened
with water. A mild detergent may be used to clean the window, but the window should be wiped with a water moistened cloth or tissue
after using the detergent.
Technical Support and Returns
For returns or technical support call Code Technical Support at (801) 495-2200. For all returns Code will issue an RMA number which
must be placed on the packing slip when the reader is returned. Visit www.codecorp.com/codesupport.php for more information.
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17.0 - Warranty*
The CR1000 carries a standard two year limited warranty as described herein. Extended warranty periods may be available with a CodeOne Service
Plan. Stand and Cables have a 30 day warranty period.
Limited Warranty. Code warrants each Code product against defects in materials and workmanship under normal use for the Warranty Coverage Term
applicable to the product as described at www.codecorp.com/legal/warranty/term.php. If a hardware defect arises and a valid warranty claim is
received by Code during the Warranty Coverage Term, Code will either: i) repair a hardware defect at no charge, using new parts or parts equivalent
to new in performance and reliability; ii) replace the Code product with a product that is new or refurbished product with equivalent functionality
and performance, which may include replacing a product that is no longer available with a newer model product; or ii) in the case of failure with any
software, including embedded software included in any Code product, provide a patch, update, or other work around. All replaced products become the
property of Code. All warranty claims must be made using Code’s RMA process.
Exclusions. This warranty does not apply to: i) cosmetic damage, including but not limited to scratches, dents, and broken plastic; ii) damage resulting
from use with non-Code products or peripherals, including batteries, power supplies, cables, and docking station/cradles; iii) damage resulting from
accident, abuse, misuse, flood, fire or other external causes, including damage caused by unusual physical or electrical stress, immersion in fluids or
exposure to cleaning products not approved by Code, puncture, crushing, and incorrect voltage or polarity; iv) damage resulting from services performed
by anyone other than a Code authorized repair facility; v) any product that has been modified or altered; vi) any product on which the Code serial
number has been removed or defaced. If a Code Product is returned under a warranty claim and Code determines, in Code’s sole discretion, that the
warranty remedies do not apply, Code will contact Customer to arrange either: i) repair or replace the Product; or ii) return the Product to Customer, in
each case at Customer’s expense.
Non Warranty Repairs. Code warrants its repair/replacement services for ninety (90) days from the date of shipment of the repaired/replacement product
to the Customer. This warranty applies to repairs and replacements for: i) damage excluded from the limited warranty described above; and ii) Code
Products on which the limited warranty described above has expired (or will expire within such ninety (90) day warranty period). For repaired product
this warranty covers only the parts that were replaced during the repair and the labor associated with such parts.
No Extension of Term of Coverage. Product that is repaired or replaced, or for which a software patch, update, or other work around is provided, assumes
the remaining warranty of the original Code Product and does not extend the duration of the original warranty period.
Software and Data. Code is not responsible for backing up or restoring any of software, data, or configuration settings, or reinstalling any of the foregoing
on products repaired or replaced under this limited warranty.
Shipping and Turn Around Time. The estimated RMA turn-around time from receipt at Code’s facility to shipment of the repaired or replaced product
to Customer is ten (10) business days. An expedited turn-around time may apply to products covered under certain CodeOne Service Plans. Customer
is responsible for shipping and insurance charges for shipping Code Product to Code’s designated RMA facility and repaired or replaced product is
returned with shipping and insurance paid by Code. Customer is responsible for all applicable taxes, duties, and similar charges.
Transfer. If a customer sells a covered Code Product during the Warranty Coverage Term, then that coverage may be transferred to the new owner by
written notification from the original owner to Code Corporation at:
CodeOne Service Center
12393 South Gateway Park Place, Suite 600
Draper, UT 84020
Limitation on Liability. Code’s performance as described herein shall be Code’s entire liability, and the Customer’s sole remedy, resulting from any
defective Code product. Any claim that Code has failed to perform its warranty obligations as described herein must be made within six (6) months of
the alleged failure. Code’s maximum liability related to its performance, or failure to perform, as described herein shall be limited to the amount paid
by Customer for the Code product that is subject to the claim. In no event will either party be liable for any lost profits, lost savings, incidental damage,
or other economic consequential damages. This is true even if the other party is advised of the possibility of such damages.
EXCEPT AS MAY BE OTHERWISE PROVIDED BY APPLICABLE LAW, THE LIMITED WARRANTIES DESCRIBE HEREIN REPRESENT THE ONLY
WARRANTIES CODE MAKES WITH RESPECT TO ANY PRODUCT. CODE DISCLAIMS ALL OTHER WARRANTIES, WHETHER EXPRESSED OR
IMPLIED, ORAL OR WRITTEN, INCLUDING WITHOUT LIMITATION IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY, FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR
PURPOSE AND NON-INFRINGEMENT.
THE REMEDIES DESCRIBED HEREIN REPRESENT CUSTOMER’S EXCLUSIVE REMEDY, AND CODE’S ENTIRE RESPONSIBILITY, RESULTING FROM
ANY DEFECTIVE CODE PRODUCT.
CODE SHALL NOT BE LIABLE TO CUSTOMER (OR TO ANY PERSON OR ENTITY CLAIMING THROUGH CUSTOMER) FOR LOST PROFITS, LOSS OF
DATA, DAMAGE TO ANY EQUIPMENT WITH WHICH THE CODE PRODUCT INTERFACES (INCLUDING ANY MOBILE TELEPHONE, PDA, OR OTHER
COMPUTING DEVICES), OR FOR ANY SPECIAL, INCIDENTAL, INDIRECT, CONSEQUENTIAL OR EXEMPLARY DAMAGES ARISING OUT OF OR IN
ANY MANNER CONNECTED WITH THE PRODUCT, REGARDLESS OF THE FORM OF ACTION AND WHETHER OR NOT CODE HAS BEEN INFORMED
OF, OR OTHERWISE MIGHT HAVE ANTICIPATED, THE POSSIBILITY OF SUCH DAMAGES.
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