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REFERENCE MANUAL
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DS2400N Reference Manual
Ed.: 11/2013
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CONTENTS
REFERENCES ........................................................................................................... v
Conventions ................................................................................................................ v
Reference Documentation .......................................................................................... v
Support Through The Website .................................................................................... v
Patents ....................................................................................................................... v
SAFETY AND COMPLIANCE NOTICES ................................................................... vi
Laser Safety............................................................................................................... vi
FCC Compliance....................................................................................................... vii
Power Supply ............................................................................................................ vii
CE Compliance .........................................................................................................viii
Handling....................................................................................................................viii
GENERAL VIEW ........................................................................................................ x
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RAPID CONFIGURATION .......................................................................................... 1
Step 1 – Connect the System...................................................................................... 1
Step 2 – Mounting and Positioning the System ........................................................... 4
Step 3 – X-PRESS™ Configuration ............................................................................ 5
Step 4 – Installing Genius™ Configuration Program ................................................... 8
Step 5 – Test Mode ................................................................................................... 13
Advanced Scanner Configuration .............................................................................. 14
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2.1
2.1.1
2.2
2.2.1
2.3
2.3.1
2.3.2
2.4
2.5
2.6
INTRODUCTION ...................................................................................................... 15
Product Description ................................................................................................... 15
Indicators .................................................................................................................. 16
ID-NET™ .................................................................................................................. 16
How To Setup/Configure the Scanner Network ......................................................... 18
X-PRESS™ Human Machine Interface ..................................................................... 19
Diagnostic Indication ................................................................................................. 19
X-PRESS™ Functions .............................................................................................. 20
Subzero Temperature Models ................................................................................... 22
Model Description ..................................................................................................... 23
Accessories .............................................................................................................. 24
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3.1
3.2
3.2.1
3.2.2
3.2.3
3.2.4
3.2.5
3.3
INSTALLATION........................................................................................................ 25
Package Contents..................................................................................................... 25
Mechanical Installation .............................................................................................. 26
Mounting DS2400N ................................................................................................... 27
Mounting a GFC-2020 Accessory Lateral Output Deflection Mirror ........................... 28
Mounting a GFC-2100 Accessory Lateral Output Deflection Mirror ........................... 29
Mounting a GFC-200 Accessory Contact Reading Mirror .......................................... 30
Mounting an OM2000N Accessory Oscillating Mirror ................................................ 33
Positioning ................................................................................................................ 36
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4.1
4.2
4.2.1
4.2.2
4.2.3
4.3
CBX ELECTRICAL CONNECTIONS ........................................................................ 37
Power Supply ............................................................................................................ 38
Main Serial Interface ................................................................................................. 38
RS232 Interface ........................................................................................................ 39
RS485 Full-Duplex Interface ..................................................................................... 40
RS485 Half-Duplex Interface..................................................................................... 41
ID-NET™ Interface ................................................................................................... 43
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4.3.1
4.3.2
4.3.3
4.4
4.5
4.5.1
4.6
4.7
ID-NET™ Cables ...................................................................................................... 43
ID-NET™ Response Time ........................................................................................ 44
ID-NET™ Network Termination ................................................................................. 48
Auxiliary RS232 Interface .......................................................................................... 48
Inputs ........................................................................................................................ 49
Code Verifier ............................................................................................................. 52
Outputs ..................................................................................................................... 52
User Interface - Host ................................................................................................. 54
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5.1
5.2
5.2.1
5.2.2
5.2.3
5.3
5.3.1
5.3.2
5.3.3
5.4
5.5
5.5.1
5.6
5.7
25-PIN CABLE ELECTRICAL CONNECTIONS ....................................................... 55
Power Supply ............................................................................................................ 56
Main Serial Interface ................................................................................................. 56
RS232 Interface ........................................................................................................ 57
RS485 Full-Duplex Interface ..................................................................................... 58
RS485 Half-Duplex Interface..................................................................................... 59
ID-NET™ Interface ................................................................................................... 61
ID-NET™ Cables ...................................................................................................... 61
ID-NET™ Response Time ........................................................................................ 62
ID-NET™ Network Termination ................................................................................. 66
Auxiliary RS232 Interface .......................................................................................... 66
Inputs ........................................................................................................................ 67
Code Verifier ............................................................................................................. 70
Outputs ..................................................................................................................... 70
User Interface - Host ................................................................................................. 71
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6.1
6.2
6.3
6.4
6.5
TYPICAL LAYOUTS................................................................................................. 72
Point-to-Point ............................................................................................................ 72
Pass-Through ........................................................................................................... 74
ID-NET™ .................................................................................................................. 76
RS232 Master/Slave ................................................................................................. 82
Multiplexer Layout ..................................................................................................... 83
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7.1
7.1.1
7.1.2
7.1.3
7.2
7.2.1
7.2.2
7.3
7.3.1
7.4
READING FEATURES ............................................................................................. 84
Advanced Code Reconstruction (ACR-Lite) .............................................................. 84
Important ACR-Lite Reading Conditions.................................................................... 85
Tilt Angle for Advanced Code Reconstruction ........................................................... 85
Advanced Code Reconstruction Reading Conditions ................................................ 87
Linear Code Reading ................................................................................................ 88
Step-Ladder Mode .................................................................................................... 88
Picket-Fence Mode ................................................................................................... 89
Performance ............................................................................................................. 90
Raster ....................................................................................................................... 90
Reading Diagrams .................................................................................................... 91
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8.1
MAINTENANCE ....................................................................................................... 94
Cleaning.................................................................................................................... 94
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9.1
TROUBLESHOOTING .............................................................................................. 95
General Guidelines ................................................................................................... 95
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TECHNICAL FEATURES ......................................................................................... 98
GLOSSARY ............................................................................................................ 100
INDEX ..................................................................................................................... 103
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REFERENCES
CONVENTIONS
This manual uses the following conventions:
“User” or “Operator” refers to anyone using a DS2400N.
“Device” refers to the DS2400N.
“You” refers to the System Administrator or Technical Support person using this manual to
install, mount, operate, maintain or troubleshoot a DS2400N.
REFERENCE DOCUMENTATION
The documentation related to the DS2400N management is listed below:
CBX100 Installation Manual
CBX100 LT Installation Manual (for Subzero models)
CBX500 Installation Manual
CBX Accessory Manuals
OM2000N Installation Manual
Genius™ Help On Line
SUPPORT THROUGH THE WEBSITE
Datalogic provides several services as well as technical support through its website. Log on
to www.datalogic.com and click on the Industrial Automation links for further information:
Products - Industrial Automation - Identification
Select your product from the links on the Identification page. The product page
describes specific Info, Features, Applications, Models, Accessories, and Downloads
including documentation, software drivers, and the Genius™ utility program, which
allows device configuration using a PC through Serial and Ethernet interfaces.
Support & Services - Industrial Automation
Several links from the Industrial Automation list take you to additional services such as:
Service Program which contains Maintenance Agreements and Warranty Extensions;
Repair Centers; On-Line RMA Return Material Authorizations; Technical Support through
email or phone, Partner Program; Downloads for additional downloads.
PATENTS
This product is covered by one or more of the following patents:
Utility patents: US5992740A; US6443360B1; US6056198A; US6273336B1; EP0789315B1;
EP1217571B1; GB2345568B
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SAFETY AND COMPLIANCE NOTICES
CAUTION
Subzero model scanners must not be opened in an uncontrolled
environment.
LASER SAFETY
The following information is provided to comply with the rules imposed by international
authorities and refers to the correct use of the DS2400N scanner.
Standard Regulations
This scanner utilizes a low-power laser diode. Although staring directly at the laser beam
momentarily causes no known biological damage, avoid staring at the beam as one would
with any very strong light source, such as the sun. Avoid that the laser beam hits the eye of
an observer, even through reflective surfaces such as mirrors, etc.
This product conforms to the applicable requirements of IEC 60825-1 and complies with 21
CFR 1040.10 except for deviations pursuant to Laser Notice N° 50, date June 24, 2007. The
scanner is classified as a Class 2 laser product according to IEC 60825-1 regulations.
There is a safety device, which allows the laser to be switched on only if the motor is rotating
above the threshold for its correct scanning speed.
The laser beam can be switched off through a software command (see also the Genius™
Help On Line).
WARNING
Use of controls or adjustments or performance of procedures other than
those specified herein may result in exposure to hazardous visible laser
light.
The laser light is visible to the human eye and is emitted from the window on the front of the
scanner (Figure A, 7).
Warning labels indicating exposure to laser light and the device classification are applied
onto the body of the scanner (Figure A, 1).
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Disconnect the power supply when
opening the device during maintenance or
installation to avoid exposure to hazardous
laser light.
The laser diode used in this device is
classified as a class 3B laser product
according to EN 60825-1 regulations and
as a Class IIIb laser product according to
CDRH regulations.
Any violation of the optic parts in particular
can cause radiation up to the maximum
level of the laser diode (35 mW at 630 to
680 nm).
Warning and Device Class Labels
FCC COMPLIANCE
Modifications or changes to this equipment without the expressed written approval of
Datalogic could void the authority to use the equipment.
This device complies with PART 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the following
two conditions: (1) This device may not cause harmful interference, and (2) this device must
accept any interference received, including interference which may cause undesired
operation.
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class A digital
device, pursuant to part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide
reasonable protection against harmful interference when the equipment is operated in a
commercial environment. This equipment generates, uses, and can radiate radio frequency
energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instruction manual, may cause
harmful interference to radio communications. Operation of this equipment in a residential
area is likely to cause harmful interference in which case the user will be required to correct
the interference at his own expense.
POWER SUPPLY
This product is intended to be installed by Qualified Personnel only.
This accessory device is intended to be supplied by a UL Listed or CSA Certified Power Unit
with «Class 2» or LPS power source, which supplies power directly to the scanner via the 25pin connector.
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CE COMPLIANCE
Warning:
This is a Class A product. In a domestic environment this product may cause radio
interference in which case the user may be required to take adequate measures.
HANDLING
The DS2400N is designed to be used in an industrial environment and is built to withstand
vibration and shock when correctly installed, however it is also a precision product and
therefore before and during installation it must be handled correctly to avoid damage.
avoid that the scanners hit one another causing damage. They should be handled
separately.
avoid that the scanners are dropped (exceeding shock limits).
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do not fine tune the positioning by striking the scanner or bracket.
do not weld the scanner into position which can cause electrostatic, heat or output
window damage.
do not spray paint near the scanner which can cause output window damage.
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DS2400N
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4
5
6
3
7
2
10
1
9
Figure A
x
8
1
Warning and Device Class Labels
7
Laser Beam Output Window
2
"POWER ON" LED
8
"COM" LED
3
Mounting Holes
9
"STATUS" LED
4
"READY" LED
10 X-PRESS™ Push Button
5
"GOOD" LED
11 Accessory Mounting Holes
6
"TRIGGER" LED
DS2400N Subzero
4
6
5
3
7
8
2
11
10
1
9
Figure A
1
Warning and Device Class Labels
7
Laser Beam Output Window
2
"POWER ON" LED
8
"COM" LED
3
Mounting Holes
9
Subzero Model Logo
4
"READY" LED
10 "STATUS" LED
5
"GOOD" LED
11 X-PRESS™ Push Button
6
"TRIGGER" LED
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RAPID CONFIGURATION
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1 RAPID CONFIGURATION
This chapter illustrates a Stand Alone application. For other types of
installations, such as ID-NET™, Fieldbus, Pass-Through, Multiplexer
Layout, etc., refer to chapters 4, 5 and 6. For complete scanner
configuration using the Genius™ configuration program, refer to the
Context-Sensitive Help On-Line.
NOTE
STEP 1 – CONNECT THE SYSTEM
To connect the system in a Stand Alone configuration, you need the hardware indicated in
Figure 1.
In this layout the data is transmitted to the Host on the main serial interface.
In Local Echo communication mode, data is transmitted on the RS232 auxiliary interface
independently from the main interface selection.
When On-Line Operating mode is used, the scanner is activated by an External Trigger
(photoelectric sensor) when the object enters its reading zone.
PG 6000
MAIN
DS2400N
CBX100/500
Host
P.S.*
I/O, AUX
* Presence Sensor
(for On-Line mode)
Figure 1 – DS2400N in Stand Alone Layout
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CBX100/500 Pinout for DS2400N
The table below gives the pinout of the CBX100/500 terminal block connectors. Use this
pinout when the DS2400N reader is connected by means of the CBX100/500:
Vdc
GND
Earth
+V
I1A
I1B
-V
+V
I2A
I2B
-V
Shield
CBX100/500 Terminal Block Connectors
Input Power
Outputs
Power Supply Input Voltage +
+V
Power Source - Outputs
Power Supply Input Voltage -V
Power Reference - Outputs
Protection Earth Ground
O1+
Output 1 +
O1Output 1 Inputs
O2+
Output 2 +
Power Source – External Trigger
O2Output 2 Auxiliary Interface
External Trigger A (polarity insensitive)
External Trigger B (polarity insensitive)
TX
Auxiliary Interface TX
Power Reference – External Trigger
RX
Auxiliary Interface RX
Power Source – Inputs
SGND
Auxiliary Interface Reference
ID-NET™
Input 2 A (polarity insensitive)
Input 2 B (polarity insensitive)
REF
Network Reference
Power Reference – Inputs
ID+
ID-NET™ network +
Shield
IDID-NET™ network Network Cable Shield
Main Interface
RS232
RS485 Full-Duplex
RS485 Half-Duplex
TX
TX+
RTX+
RTS
TXRTX*RX+
RX
*RXCTS
SGND
SGND
SGND
* Do not leave floating, see par. 4.2.2 for connection details.
CAUTION
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Do not connect GND, SGND and REF to different (external) ground
references. GND, SGND and REF are internally connected through filtering
circuitry which can be permanently damaged if subjected to voltage drops
over 0.8 Vdc.
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25-pin Connector Pinout for DS2400N
The table below gives the pinout of the 25-pin male D-sub connector for connection to the
power supply and input/output signals. Use this pinout when the DS2400N reader is
connected by means of the 25-pin connector:
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14
13
25
Figure 2 - 25-pin Male D-sub Connector
25-pin D-sub male connector pinout
Pin
13, 9
25, 7
1
18
19
6
10
8
22
11
12
20
21
23
24
14, 15, 16, 17
Pin
2
3
4
5
Name
Vdc
GND
CHASSIS
I1A
I1B
I2A
I2B
O1+
O1O2+
O2RX
TX
ID+
IDNC
Function
Power supply input voltage +
Power supply input voltage Cable shield connected to chassis
External Trigger A (polarity insensitive)
External Trigger B (polarity insensitive)
Input 2 A (polarity insensitive)
Input 2 B (polarity insensitive)
Output 1 +
Output 1 Output 2 +
Output 2 Auxiliary RS232 RX
Auxiliary RS232 TX
ID-NET™ network +
ID-NET™ network Not Connected
RS485
Name
RS232
Full-Duplex
TX
TX+
*RX+
RX
MAIN INTERFACE
(SW SELECTABLE)
RTS
TX*RXCTS
RS485
Half-Duplex
RTX+
RTX-
* Do not leave floating, see par. 5.2.2 for connection details.
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STEP 2 – MOUNTING AND POSITIONING THE SYSTEM
1. To mount the DS2400N, use the mounting bracket to obtain the most suitable position for
the reader as shown in the figures below.
Skew
Tilt
Pitch
Skew
Figure 3 - Positioning with Mounting Bracket
2. When mounting the DS2400N take into consideration these three ideal label position angles:
Skew 10° to 30°, Tilt 0° and Pitch 0°.
T
S
Assure at least 10°
Minimize
Figure 4 –Skew and Tilt Angles
P
Minimize
Figure 5 – Pitch Angle
3. Refer to the Reading Diagrams in par. 7.4 to decide the distance your scanner should be
positioned at.
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STEP 3 – X-PRESS™ CONFIGURATION
X-PRESS™ is the intuitive Human Machine Interface designed to improve ease of
installation and maintenance.
Status and diagnostic information are clearly presented by means of the five colored LEDs,
whereas the single push button gives immediate access to the following relevant functions:
AutoSetup to self-optimize and auto-configure
reading performance in demanding applications
AutoLearn to self-detect and auto-configure for
reading unknown barcodes (by type and length)
Test Mode with bar-graph visualization to check
static reading performance
NOTE
If using the OM2000N accessory, when entering the X-PRESS™ interface,
the Oscillating Mirror remains in the default fixed position (-15°) in order to
make barcode reading easier while performing the X-PRESS™ functions.
The colors and meaning of the five LEDs are illustrated in the following table:
GOOD (green)
This LED indicates the device is ready to operate. For Subzero models
this LED blinks during the warm-up phase.
This LED confirms successful reading.
TRIGGER (yellow)
This LED indicates the status of the reading phase. *
COM (yellow)
This LED indicates active communication on main serial port. **
STATUS (red)
This LED indicates a NO READ result.
READY (green)
* In On-Line mode the TRIGGER LED corresponds to the active reading phase signaled by the Presence Sensor.
In Automatic and Continuous modes the TRIGGER LED is always on indicating that the reader is ready to read a
code.
** When connected to a Fieldbus network through the CBX500, the COM LED is always active, even in the
absence of data transmission, because of polling activity on the Fieldbus network.
During the reader startup (reset or restart phase), all the LEDs blink for one second.
On the back of the reader near the cable, the “POWER ON” LED indicates the laser scanner
is correctly powered.
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Auto Learn
If you are configuring your scanner using X-PRESS™, you must start with the Auto Learn
procedure.
1. Enter the Auto Learn function by holding the X-PRESS™ push button pressed until the
LEARN LED is on.
2. Release the button to enter the Auto Learn function.
Once entered, the reader starts a procedure to automatically detect and recognize
barcodes (by type and length), which are presented to it (*). The laser turns on and the
LEARN LED blinks to indicate the ongoing process.
The procedure is as follows:
READY
SETUP
LEARN
TEST
GOOD
TRIGGER
COM
STATUS
A) place the desired barcode on
the scanline.
green
green
yellow
yellow
red
Figure 6 – X-PRESS™ Interface: Auto Learn Function
B) wait until the LEARN LED stays
steady on (indicating the reader
has detected the barcode).
C) repeat, if needed, the above
two steps to program up to 10
different barcodes (the LEARN
LED returns to the blinking state
for the next code). If more than
one barcode is detected in the
scan line, the Multi Label mode
is enabled (refer to the “2K/4K
Family Software Configuration
Parameter Guide” Help file).
3. Exit the process by pressing the X-PRESS™ push button once. The scanner will restart
at the end of the process, and then the detected barcodes are automatically configured in
scanner memory.
NOTE
If the barcode cannot be read because of low contrast or excessive ambient
light, you can perform the AutoSetup function to optimize the optical
parameters. Then you can perform AutoLearn to recognize the barcode
symbology.
NOTE
On exit from Autolearn, the following parameters are forced: Code
Combination = Single Label, Reading Mode = Linear. If necessary, these
parameters can be changed through Genius™.
* In case of Programming Barcodes, refer to the “Setup Procedure Using Programming Barcodes” document in
the product CD.
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Auto Setup (Optional)
At the end of the Auto Learn procedure, you have the possibility to follow the Auto Setup
procedure to set up the reading parameters.
1. Enter the Auto Setup function by holding the X-PRESS™ push button pressed until the
SETUP LED is on.
2. Release the button to enter the Auto Setup function.
3. Once entered, if a barcode label is positioned in front of the scanline, the scanner
automatically performs the optimal setup of the reading parameters for that specific
barcode.
READY
SETUP
LEARN
TEST
GOOD
TRIGGER
COM
STATUS
green
The procedure is as follows:
green
yellow
yellow
red
Figure 7 – X-PRESS™ Interface: Auto Setup Function
A) place the desired barcode on
the scanline.
B) enter the AutoSetup function
(the laser turns on and the
SETUP LED blinks to indicate
the ongoing process)
C) wait until the SETUP LED
stays steady on (indicating the
reader has detected the
barcode)
This procedure ends either when the barcode is successfully decoded or after a timeout of
about 7 (seven) seconds.
The scanner will restart at the end of the process, and then the optimized reading
parameters for that barcode are automatically configured in scanner memory.
If your application has been configured using X-PRESS™, go to STEP 5.
NOTE
Reset Scanner to Factory Default (Optional)
If it ever becomes necessary to reset the scanner to the factory default values, you can
perform this procedure by holding the X-PRESS™ push button pressed while powering up
the scanner. At the end of the procedure (about 5-6 seconds), the Configuration and
Environmental parameters are reset, and all LEDs blink simultaneously 3 times. If connected
through a CBX500 with display module, the message "Default Set" is shown on the display.
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STEP 4 – INSTALLING GENIUS™ CONFIGURATION PROGRAM
Genius™ is a Datalogic scanner configuration tool providing several important advantages:
Wizard approach for new users;
Multi-language version;
Defined configuration directly stored in the reader;
Communication protocol independent from the physical interface allowing to consider the
reader as a remote object to be configured and monitored.
To install Genius™, turn on the PC that will be used for the configuration, running
Windows 98, 2000/NT, XP, Vista or 7, then insert the Genius™ CD-ROM, wait for the CD
to autorun and follow the installation procedure.
This configuration procedure assumes scanner connection to a CBX100/500. Genius™,
running on a laptop computer, is connected to the scanner auxiliary port through the
CBX100/500 9-pin connector. To communicate with the scanner, Genius™ performs an auto
baudrate detection starting from its default parameters which are 115200, 8, N, 1. These
parameters can also be set in the Genius™ Tools>Options>Communications window.
Wizard for Quick Reader Setup
After installing the Genius™ software program the following window appears asking the user
to choose the desired configuration level.
Figure 8 - Genius™ Wizard Opening Window
The Wizard option is advised for rapid configuration or new users, since it shows a step-bystep scanner configuration.
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1. Select the Create a new configuration button.
You will be guided through the configuration being asked to define the following
parameters:
a.
Barcode selection and definition
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b.
Operating mode selection and definition
c.
Digital Outputs configuration
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Hardware interface selection
e.
Output data format configuration
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The On Line operating Mode requires the reader to be connected to an External
Trigger/Presence Sensor using I1A and I1B inputs.
The Automatic operating mode does not require connection to an external Presence
Sensor. When working in this mode the reader is continuously scanning, while the
reading phase is activated each time a barcode enters the reader reading zone. The
reader stops reading after an N number of scans without a code. Barcode characters
are transmitted on the serial interface. In case of a failed reading phase no message is
sent to the host computer.
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2. After defining the parameter values the following window appears allowing to complete
the reader configuration as follows:
Saving the configuration to disk;
Switching to Advanced mode;
Sending the configuration to the scanner.
3. After sending the configuration to the
scanner you have completed the
configuration process.
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4. By clicking Finish, the System
Information window will be displayed
with specific information concerning the
scanner.
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STEP 5 – TEST MODE
Use a code suitable to your application to test the system. Alternatively, you can use the
Datalogic Test Chart (Code 39, Code Interleaved 2/5).
1. Enter the Test mode function by holding the X-PRESS™ push button pressed until the
TEST LED is on.
2. Release the button to enter the Test mode function.
Once entered, the Bar-Graph on the five LEDs is activated and if the scanner starts
reading barcodes the Bar-Graph shows the Good Read Rate. In case of no read
condition, only the STATUS LED is on and blinks.
READY
SETUP
LEARN
TEST
GOOD
TRIGGER
COM
STATUS
green
green
yellow
yellow
red
Figure 9 – X-PRESS™ Interface: Test Mode Function
3. To exit the Test Mode, press the X-PRESS™ push button once.
By default, the Test Mode exits automatically after two minutes.
NOTE
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ADVANCED SCANNER CONFIGURATION
The ADVANCED selection available when starting the Genius™ program is addressed to
expert users being able to complete a detailed scanner configuration. By choosing this option
it is possible either to start a new scanner configuration or to open and modify an old one.
The desired parameters can be defined in the following window, similar to the MS Explorer:
Figure 10 - Genius™ Parameter Explorer Window
Host Mode Programming
The scanner can also be configured from a host computer using the Host Mode
programming procedure, by commands via the serial interface. See the Host Mode
Programming file on the CD-ROM.
Alternative Layouts
The ID-NET™ is a built-in high-speed interface dedicated for high-speed scanner
interconnection. ID-NET™ is in addition to the Main and Auxiliary serial interfaces.
If you need to install an ID-NET™ network refer to this DS2400N Reference Manual.
The scanner can also be configured for alternative layouts by reading programming
barcodes. See the "Setup Procedure Using Programming Barcodes" printable from the
CD-ROM.
If you need to install an Ethernet network, Fieldbus network, Pass-Through network,
Multiplexer network or an RS232 Master/Slave network refer to the DS2400N Reference
Manual.
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INTRODUCTION
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2 INTRODUCTION
2.1 PRODUCT DESCRIPTION
The DS2400N laser scanner satisfies the most advanced needs of a wide range of users. It
has been developed focusing on the realistic requirements of its target market. The
outstanding result is an extremely compact, cost-effective and easy to use industrial scanner.
Standard Application
Program
A standard application program is factory-loaded onto the
DS2400N. This program controls barcode reading, serial port
interfacing, data formatting and many other operating and control
parameters.
It is completely configurable from a host computer through the
Genius™ utility program provided on CD with the scanner, or via
the serial interface (Genius™ based Host Mode Programming).
Custom Application
Programs
If the Standard Application Program does not meet your
requirements, please contact your local Datalogic distributor.
Some of the main features of DS2400N are listed below:
ACR-Lite (Advanced Code Reconstruction)
small dimensions and light weight
software programmable scanning speed on all models
linear and raster version
completely configurable via serial interface (Genius™)
3 serial communication interfaces (Main, Auxiliary, ID-NET™)
supply voltage from 10 to 30 Vdc (24 Vdc 10% for Subzero models)
reads all popular codes
test mode to verify the reading features and exact positioning of the scanner without the
need for external tools
programmable in 4 different operating modes to suit the most various barcode reading
system requirements
code verifier
low power consumption
The DS2400N uses a solid-state laser diode as a light source; the light emitted has a
wavelength between 630 and 680 nm. Refer to the section “Safety Precautions” at the
beginning of this manual for information on laser safety.
The protection class of the enclosure is IP65, the reader is therefore suitable for industrial
environments where high protection against harsh external conditions is required.
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2.1.1
Indicators
The five LEDs on the side of the scanner (Figure A) indicate the following:
READY
(green)
This LED indicates the device is ready to operate. For Subzero
models this LED blinks during the warm-up phase.
GOOD
(green)
This LED confirms successful reading.
TRIGGER
(yellow)
This LED indicates the status of the reading phase. *
COM
(yellow)
This LED indicates active communication on main serial port. **
STATUS
(red)
This LED indicates a NO READ result.
* In On-Line mode the TRIGGER LED corresponds to the active reading phase signaled by the Presence Sensor.
In Automatic and Continuous modes the TRIGGER LED is always on indicating that the reader is ready to read a
code.
** When connected to a Fieldbus network through the CBX500, the COM LED is always active, even in the
absence of data transmission, because of polling activity on the Fieldbus network.
During the reader startup (reset or restart phase), all the LEDs blink for one second.
On the back of the reader near the cable, the “POWER ON” LED indicates the laser scanner
is correctly powered.
2.2 ID-NET™
The ID-NET™ is a built-in high-speed interface dedicated for highspeed scanner interconnection. The ID-NET™ is in addition to the
Main and Auxiliary serial interfaces.
The following network configurations are available:

ID-NET™ M/S Synchronized: Single station – multiple scanners
ID-NET™ interface allows local connection
of multiple scanners reading different sides
of the same target. All scanners share a
single
presence
sensor
and
activate/deactivate simultaneously.
At the end of each reading phase a single
data message is transmitted to the host.
Thanks to ID-NET™, data communication
among scanners is highly efficient so that
an immediate result will be available.
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ID-NET™ M/S Multidata: Multiple stations – single scanner
ID-NET™ interface allows connection of scanners reading objects placed on independent
conveyors. All scanners are typically located far away from each other and they use a
dedicated presence sensor.
At the end of each reading phase, each scanner transmits its own data message to the host.
Thanks to ID-NET™, data collection among readers is accomplished at a high speed without
the need of external multiplexing device. This leads to an overall cost reduction and to a
simple system wiring.
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2.2.1
How To Setup/Configure the Scanner Network
A complete ID-NET™ scanner network can be rapidly setup, as follows:
Mounting & Connection
1. Mechanically mount/install all the readers (refer to par. 3.2 and 3.2.5).
2. Wire ID-NET™ (refer to par. 4.3 or 5.3).
3. Connect the planned Master scanner to a PC by means of the Genius™ configuration
software.
4. Power up the entire system.
Configuration
1. Launch Genius™.
2. From the Genius™ Device Menu select “Local Device Network Settings” and program the
Role of the Master scanner (Synchronized or Multidata).
This procedure requires the Network Baud Rate be the same for all Slaves and Master,
(500 kbs is the default value). It can be changed after network setup using Genius™
through the Master scanner. See also the alternative procedure in the note below.
3. At the prompt to "Send updated Network configuration to the Local Device" (Master)
choose "Yes".
4. Then run the NET-AUTOSET procedure from the Icon in the Devices Area. Genius™
sets all slave scanners according to the Master Role (Synchronized or Multidata), and
assigns each a random address. If necessary, this address can be changed through the
Network Wizard.
5. Configure the System parameters via Genius™.
6. If using the CBX connection box equipped with a BM100 Backup module, perform
System Backup at the Master.
The scanner network is ready.
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NOTE
If necessary, the ID-NET™ baudrate can be set individually on each Slave
scanner to match the Master. Connect each Slave to Genius™ and set the
Reading System Layout > Network Baudrate parameter. Then follow the
procedure above.
NOTE
An alternative method of programming scanner address and role
assignment can be accomplished by using the "Connectivity Programming
Barcodes" (refer to the "Setup Procedure Using Programming Barcodes"
document on the product CD).
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2.3 X-PRESS™ HUMAN MACHINE INTERFACE
X-PRESS™ is the intuitive Human Machine Interface
designed with the precise goal of improving ease of
installation and maintenance.
Status and diagnostic information are clearly presented
by means of five-colored LEDs, whereas the single
multi-function key gives immediate access to relevant
functions:
Autosetup to self-optimize reading performance
in demanding applications
Autolearn to self-detect unknown barcodes
Test Mode with bar-graph visualization to check
static reading performance
X-PRESS™ is the common interface adopted in all new products: “You learn one, you can
use them all”.
The colors and meaning of the five LEDs when in the one of the operating modes (On-Line,
Automatic or Continuous) are illustrated in par 2.1.1.
The X-PRESS™ functions do not work if the motor or laser are turned off,
see chp. 9 for details.
NOTE
2.3.1
Diagnostic Indication
The “STATUS” and “READY” LEDs blink simultaneously to signal the presence of a failure.
Diagnostic message transmission on interfaces can be enabled to provide details about
specific failure conditions.
At the same time one or more LEDs light up according to the following scheme:
SETUP
LEARN
TEST
READY
LED
GOOD
READY
BLINK
TRIGGER
GOOD
ON to indicate any Failure different than
Motor or Laser failures.
COM
STATUS
STATUS
TRIGGER
ON to indicate a Motor Failure.
COM
ON to indicate a Laser Failure.
STATUS
BLINK
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2.3.2
X-PRESS™ Functions
Quick access to the following functions is provided by
an easy procedure using the push button:
1 – Press the button (the STATUS LED will give a
visual feedback).
2 – Hold the button until the specific function LED is
on (TEST, LEARN or SETUP).
3 – Release the button to enter the specific function.
READY
GOOD
SETUP
TRIGGER
LEARN
COM
TEST
STATUS
Once button is pressed, the cycle of LEDs activation is as follows:
READY
SETUP
LEARN
TEST
READY
GOOD
GOOD
SETUP
TRIGGER
READY
TEST
TRIGGER
COM

READY
GOOD
SETUP
TRIGGER
LEARN
COM
TEST
STATUS
GOOD
TRIGGER
COM
STATUS

Release button to
enter AutoSetup
GOOD
STATUS

Release button to
enter AutoLearn
Release button to
enter Test Mode
LEARN
TEST
STATUS

SETUP
LEARN
COM
TEST
STATUS
Release button to
Exit
SETUP
TRIGGER
LEARN
COM
READY
 (cycle)
Release button to
Exit
Test Mode Function
Once entered, the Bar-Graph on the five LEDs is activated and if the scanner starts reading
barcodes the Bar-Graph shows the Good Read Rate. In case of no read condition, only the
STATUS LED is on and blinks.
To exit the Test Mode, press the X-PRESS™ push button once.
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AutoLearn Function
Once entered, the reader starts a procedure to automatically detect and recognize barcodes
(by type and length), which are presented to it1. The laser turns on and the LEARN LED
blinks to indicate the ongoing process.
The procedure is as follows:
-
place the desired barcode on the scanline.
-
wait until the LEARN LED stays steady on (indicating the reader has detected the
barcode).
-
repeat, if needed, the above two steps to program up to 10 different barcodes (the LEARN
LED returns to the blinking state for the next code). If more than one barcode is detected
in the scan line, the Multi Label mode is enabled (refer to the “2K/4K Family Software
Configuration Parameter Guide” Help file).
-
exit the process by pressing the X-PRESS™ push button once.
The scanner will restart at the end of the process, and then the detected barcodes are
automatically configured in scanner memory.
AutoSetup Function
Once entered, if a barcode label is positioned in front of the scanline, the scanner
automatically performs the optimal setup of the reading parameters for that specific barcode.
The procedure is as follows:
-
place the desired barcode on the scanline.
-
enter the AutoSetup function (the laser turns on and the SETUP LED blinks to indicate
the ongoing process).
-
wait until the SETUP LED stays steady on (indicating the reader has detected the
barcode).
This procedure ends either when the barcode is successfully decoded or after a timeout of
about 7 (seven) seconds.
The scanner will restart at the end of the process, and then the optimized reading
parameters for that barcode are automatically configured in scanner memory.
NOTE
The AutoSetup function does not modify the programmed barcode
symbologies. If needed, the AutoLearn function can be performed after
Autosetup.
1
In case of Programming Barcodes, refer to the “Setup Procedure Using Programming Barcodes” document in
the product CD.
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Reset Scanner to Factory Default
If it ever becomes necessary to reset the scanner to the factory default values, you can
perform this procedure by holding the X-PRESS™ push button pressed while powering up
the scanner. At the end of the procedure (about 5-6 seconds), the Configuration and
Environmental parameters are reset, all LEDs blink simultaneously 3 times and the message
"Default Set" is shown on the display.
2.4 SUBZERO TEMPERATURE MODELS
The DS2400N Subzero scanner is an industrial scanner designed to operate in industrial
refrigerator/freezer cells or other stable subzero degree environments, which are below the
operating range of standard industrial scanners. It is not designed to move between subzero
and normal environments (rapid temperature changes).
The DS2400N Subzero has an intelligent microprocessor-driven and efficient internal heating
system which constantly monitors and automatically controls internal temperature. Only the
necessary temperature-sensitive components are heated, resulting in an efficient heating
system which has very low power consumption.
Upon power-up in a subzero environment, the scanner waits until these internal components
are heated to within their operating temperature range. Power-up at -35 °C can take about 20
minutes before the scanner is ready to read barcodes. During this time the laser and motor
remain off and the Ready LED blinks, indicating the warm-up phase. While in the warm-up
phase, scanner communication is operative and the device can be configured through
Genius™ or through Host Mode Programming.
Stabilized Temperature Phase
Internal Temperature (°C)
Scanner Normal Operation
Starting Point
0
Cold Start
Warm-Up
Phase
-35
0
20
Time (min)
The DS2400N Subzero can be connected to the CBX100 LT Subzero connection box which
can withstand the same low temperature environment as the scanner. A CBX100 LT all-inone model includes a BM100 backup and restore module having an extended temperature
range also for use in subzero environments.
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2.5 MODEL DESCRIPTION
The DS2400N scanner is available in versions that differ in regard to the following
parameters:
Resolution
Performance
Linear or raster reading
Special Features
DS2400N - X X X X
Reading Range
0 = Short
1 = Medium
2 = Long
Communication Interface
2 = RS232/RS485main + RS232 aux
+ RS485 ID-NET™
Optic Version
0 = Linear
1 = Raster
Special Features
0 = Standard
5 = Heater (Subzero Temp)
The following tables display each version’s reading performance.
Version
02XX
12XX
22XX
Version
Max Code Resolution
Speed
02XX
12XX
22XX
mm (mils)
0.20 (8)
0.25 (10)
0.35 (14)
scans/s
600 to 1000
600 to 1000
600 to 1000
Reading Distance
75 mm (3 in) - 340 mm (13.4 in) on 0.35 mm (14 mils) codes
100 mm (3.9 in) - 440 mm (17.3 in) on 0.50 mm (20 mils) codes
190 mm (7.5 in) - 600 mm (23.6 in) on 0.50 mm (20 mils) codes
See reading diagrams in par. 7.4 for further details.
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2.6 ACCESSORIES
The following accessories are available on request for the DS2400N:
Name
Description
Part Number
85° Contact Reading Mirror
2KN 90° Lateral Output Window
2KN 102° Lateral Output Mirror
Oscillating Mirror
93A201108
93A201000
93ACC1871
93ACC1783
CBX100
CBX100 All-In-One
CBX100 LT
CBX100 LT All-In-One
CBX500
BM100
BM150
BM200/210
BM300/310
BM400
BM500/510/520
Compact Connection Box
Compact Connection Box + BM100
Compact Connection Box Subzero
Compact Connection Box Subzero + BM100
Modular Connection Box
Backup Module
Display Module
Ethernet TCP/IP Module STD/IP65
Profibus Module STD/IP65
DeviceNet Module IP65
Ethernet/IP Module STD/IP65/IP54
BM600
BM700/710
BM1100
BM1200/1210
BA100
BA200
BA900
QL100
QL150
QL200
QL300
QL500
CANopen Module STD
Profinet Module STD/IP65
CC-Link Module STD
Modbus TCP
DIN Rail Adapters
Bosch Adapters
Two Cable Glands Panel
Quick Link Slave ID-NET T-Connector
Quick Link Slave ID-NET + Service T-Connector
Quick Link Slave ID-NET + Power T-Connector
Quick Link Master ID-NET Serial Host Connector
Quick Link Master ID-NET Ethernet Host Connector
(includes Ethernet/IP explicit messaging)
Quick Link Metal Master ID-NET - EthernNet/IP Gateway
Quick Link Metal Master ID-NET - Profibus Gateway
Quick Link Metal Master ID-NET - Profinet I/O Gateway
93A301067
93A301076
93A301069
93A301085
93A301068
93ACC1808
93ACC1809
93ACC1851, 93ACC1852
93ACC1810, 93ACC1811
93ACC1814
93ACC1812, 93ACC1813,
93ACC1840
93ACC1815
93ACC1816, 93ACC1886
93ACC1845
93ACC1848, 93ACC1849
93ACC1821
93ACC1822
93ACC1847
93ACC1860
93ACC1868
93ACC1861
93ACC1862
93ACC1864
Mirrors
GFC-200
GFC-2100
GFC-2020
OM2000N
Connection Boxes
QLM500
QLM600
QLM700
93ACC0037
93ACC0033
93ACC0038
Sensors
MEP-593
MEP-543
Photocell Kit - PNP (PH-1)
Photocell Kit - NPN
93ACC1791
93ACC1728
24 V Power Supply Unit EU/UK/US
93ACC1720, 93ACC1719,
93ACC1718
Power Supplies
PG-6000/6001/6002
Accessories valid for DS2400N Subzero models.
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3 INSTALLATION
3.1 PACKAGE CONTENTS
Verify that the DS2400N reader and all the parts supplied with the equipment are present
and intact when opening the packaging; the list of parts includes:
DS2400N reader with cable
DS2400N Quick Guide
Barcode Test Chart
Genius™ CD-ROM
Replicate serial number labels
Mounting Kit:
- bracket
- screws
Figure 11- DS2400N Package Contents
NOTE
The replicate serial number labels are for external reference and can be
applied to the reading station and/or to the OM2000N accessory when
used.
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3.2 MECHANICAL INSTALLATION
DS2400N can be installed to operate in different positions. The four screw holes (M4 x 5) on
the body of the reader are for mechanical fixture (Figure A, 3). The diagrams below give the
overall dimensions of the scanner and mounting bracket and may be used for installation.
Refer to par. 3.2.1 and 3.2.5 for correct positioning.
84
3.31
23.3*
0.92
40
1.57
10.3
0.41
4
0.16
32.7
1.29
68
2.68
46
1.81
40
1.57
10.3
0.41
14
0.55
14.7
0.58
M 4 n° 4
mm
inch
*
The quote refers to the scan line
Figure 12 – DS2400N Overall Dimensions
9
17.5
30
73
40
4.2 n° 2
2.5
4.2
20°
13.8
R
42
90°
2.5
23
mm
Figure 13 – Mounting Bracket Overall Dimensions
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1 x 45° n° 2
7.8
4.2
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3.2.1
3
Mounting DS2400N
Using the DS2400N mounting bracket you can obtain the most suitable position for the
reader as shown in the figure below:
Tilt
Skew
Skew
Pitch
Figure 14 – Positioning with Mounting Bracket
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3.2.2
Mounting a GFC-2020 Accessory Lateral Output Deflection Mirror
The GFC-2020 accessory is a Lateral Output deflection mirror which helps to position the
scanner body in a different orientation with respect to the code, for limited space applications.
CAUTION
Subzero model scanners must not be opened in an uncontrolled
environment.
The installation of the deflection mirror is very easy.
1. Make sure the device is not powered.
Cover Screws
2. Remove the original 0° scanning window
from the scanner by unscrewing the two
cover screws.
Figure 15 - Removing the 0° Scanning Window
CAUTION
Avoid any contact with the deflection mirror, mirrored rotor, the lenses or
other optical components; otherwise the performance of the reader will be
reduced.
3. Clean the mirror surface and reading window with a clean soft cloth and alcohol before
closing the scanner.
4. Mount the GFC-2020 accessory so that the opening face is at 90° with respect to the
scanner body. Tighten the two cover screws.
Figure 16 - Mounting a GFC-2020 Deflection Mirror
The reading position with respect to the scanner is shown below.
Laser Beam
102° ± 2°
GFC-2020
Figure 17 - GFC-2020 Laser Beam Output Position
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3
Mounting a GFC-2100 Accessory Lateral Output Deflection Mirror
The GFC-2100 accessory is a 90° Lateral Output deflection mirror which helps to position the
scanner body in a different orientation with respect to the code, for limited space applications.
The following items in the kit are used for
mounting:
Deflection Mirror bag 1
Fixing Screws in bag 2
(silver self-threading)
90° Scanning Window in bag 2
0° Scanning Window
(original scanner part)
90° Scanning Window
Figure 18 - 0° vs 90° Scanning Windows
1. Make sure the device is not powered.
Cover Screws
2. Remove the original 0° scanning
window
from
the
scanner
by
unscrewing the two cover screws.
Figure 19 - Removing the 0° Scanning Window
CAUTION
Avoid any contact with the deflection mirror, mirrored rotor, the lenses or
other optical components; otherwise the performance of the reader will be
reduced.
Self-Threading Fixing Screws
3. Fix the mirror (from bag 1) to the
device by means of the two fixing
screws (from bag 2).
4. Clean the mirror surface and reading
window with a clean soft cloth and
alcohol before closing the scanner.
Unthreaded
Holes
Deflection Mirror
Figure 20 - Mounting Deflection Mirror
5. Mount the 90° scanning window
(from bag 2) so that the opening face
is now at 90° with respect to the
scanner body. Tighten the two cover
screws.
Figure 21 - Mounting 90° Scanning Window
The reading position with respect to the
scanner is shown here.
90° ± 2°
GFC-2100
Laser Beam
Figure 22 - GFC-2100 Laser Beam Output Position
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3.2.4
Mounting a GFC-200 Accessory Contact Reading Mirror
The GFC-200 is an 85° contact reading mirror that is mounted directly to the DS2400N
Scanner. The GFC-200 allows contact reading, eliminating the external optical path.
Figure 23 - GFC-200 General View
The overall dimensions are provided in the figure below and can be used for proper
installation.
146.5
[5.77]
5
[0.20]
26
[1.02]
120
[4.72]
10
[0.39]
92
[3.62]
82
[3.23]
17
[0.67]
Ø4.5
[Ø0.18] N°4
5
[0.20]
106
[4.17]
17
[0.67]
10
[0.39]
18.8
18
[0.74] [0.71]
Scan Line
96.6
[3.80]
37.2
[1.46]
mm
in
Figure 24 - GFC-200 Overall Dimensions
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To fix a DS2400N Scanner to the GFC-200, use the two M 4 x 6 mm screws supplied with
the GFC Kit. Refer to the following figure.
Figure 25 – Fixing DS2X00N Scanner to GFC-200
The GFC-200 85° contact reading mirror assures that the minimum skew angle is maintained
to avoid direct light reflection which can degrade reading performance.
When reading very reflective barcodes, it may be necessary to increase the skew angle (up
to 10° - 15°). In this case, the GFC-200 should be mounted with a corresponding inclination.
Code Surface
85°
up to 10°/15°
Figure 26 – Maintaining Minimum Skew Angle
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The internal optical path from the scanner reading window to the GFC-200 window is
51 mm.
The reading distance of the DS2400N scanner with the GFC-200 is shifted by 51 mm
towards the scanner because of the internal optical path between the scanner and the GFC200 output window.
The reading performance also decreases in typical conditions by about 10% due to the
optical signal passing through the output window of the GFC-200 and the reflection on the
mirror surface.
The combination of these effects produces the reading diagram represented below:
Scanner Reading
Diagram without
GFC-200
-10% READING FIELD
Scanner Reading
Diagram with
GFC-200
-10%
DOF
-10% READING FIELD
51
[2.0]
mm
in
Scanner Reading Diagram
shifted by 51 mm
Figure 27 – GFC-200 Reading Performance Comparison
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3
Mounting an OM2000N Accessory Oscillating Mirror
The OM2000N oscillating mirror is designed to generate homogeneous and adjustable raster
reading through deflection of the scanning laser beam.
The system consists of the oscillating mirror attached to the scanner and allows a surface
instead of a line to be observed; versatility and reading accuracy are therefore increased in
"Picket Fence" reading mode.
The electronic and electromechanical components controlling the mirror movement are
contained inside the rugged metal casing, which guarantees protection class IP65 when the
OM2000N is mounted correctly onto the scanner.
The OM2000N is directly powered from the scanner through a connector which is accessible
after removing the scanning window (see Figure 30). It therefore operates exclusively at low
power, between 10 and 30 VDC.
CAUTION
The OM2000N accessory is not compatible with and therefore cannot be
used on Subzero models.
The following figure gives the overall dimensions of the DS2400N + OM2000N and may be
used for its installation in the application.
44
[1.73]
32.7
[1.29]
51.2
[2.02]
69
[2.72]
107
[4.21]
Figure 28 – DS2400N + OM2000N Overall Dimensions
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The installation of the deflection mirror is very easy.
1) Clean the OM2000N mirror surface and output window (internally and externally) with a
clean soft cloth and alcohol before assembling it to the scanner.
CAUTION
All abrasive substances must be absolutely avoided as they cause
irreparable damage to the transparency of the glass.
2) Remove the scanning window from the
scanner (see Figure 29).
Figure 29 – Remove Scanning Window
3) Bring the OM2000N close to the scanner
and insert the cable into the power
connector of the scanner (see Figure
30).
NOTE
Make sure the cable doesn't
remain in the path of the
mirror movement.
Figure 30 – OM2000N Electrical Connection
4) Check that the seal is correctly
positioned and then after having aligned
the OM2000N onto the scanner, fix it
using the two screws (see Figure 31).
Figure 31 –Mount OM2000N
5) In the indicated space on the front side
of the OM2000N, apply the relative
replicate scanner serial number label
provided with the scanner itself (see
Figure 32).
Figure 32 – Apply Replicate Scanner SN Label
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The reading distance of the scanner with the OM2000N is shifted by 10 mm towards the
scanner because of the internal optical path between the scanner and the OM2000N output
window. The reading performance also decreases in typical conditions by about 10% due to
the optical signal passing through the output window of the OM2000N and the reflection on
the mirror surface. The combination of these effects produces the reading diagram
represented below:
-10% READING FIELD
Scanner Reading Diagram
without OM2000N
Scanner Reading Diagram
with OM2000N
-10%
DOF
Scanner Reading Diagram
shifted by 10 mm
-10% READING FIELD
mm
in
10
[0.39]
Figure 33 – OM2000N Reading Performance Comparison
The reading distance also depends on the amplitude of aperture used. In particular, wider
apertures require the scanner to be closer to the code in order to read at the extreme edges
of the sweep (see Figure 34 below).
MAX. POSITION
+5°
77
[3.03]
0°
-15°
Fixed Position
23
[0.91]
-35°
MIN. POSITION
Figure 34 – OM2000N Reading Distance
The OM2000N is configurable exclusively through the Genius™ utility
program.
NOTE
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The DS2400N scanner is able to decode moving barcode labels at a variety of angles,
however significant angular distortion may degrade reading performance.
When mounting the DS2400N take into consideration these three ideal label position angles:
Skew 10° to 30°, Tilt 0° and Pitch 0°.
Follow the suggestions for the best orientation:
The Skew angle is represented by the value
S in Figure 35. Position the reader to assure
at least 10° for the Skew angle. This avoids
the direct reflection of the laser light emitted
by the DS2400N.
For the raster version, this angle refers to the
most inclined or external raster line, so that all
other raster lines assure more than 10°
Skew.
S
Figure 35 - Skew Angle
T
The Tilt angle is represented by the value T
in Figure 36. Position the reader in order to
minimize the Tilt angle.
By using the Reconstruction Reading Mode
software parameter, the tilt angle is less
critical and can be decoded even if the scan
line doesn’t cross the entire code.
See par. 7.1 or the Help On Line for details.
Figure 36 - Tilt Angle
P
The Pitch angle is represented by the value
P in Figure 37. Position the reader in order
to minimize the Pitch angle.
Figure 37 - Pitch Angle
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4 CBX ELECTRICAL CONNECTIONS
All DS2400N models are equipped with a cable terminated by a 25-pin male D-sub connector
for connection to the power supply and input/output signals.
We recommend making system connections through one of the CBX connection boxes since
they offer the advantages of easy connection, easy device replacement and filtered
reference signals.
If you require direct wiring to the scanner the details of the connector pins
and relative connections are indicated in Chaper 5.
NOTE
The table below gives the pinout of the CBX100/500 terminal block connectors. Use this
pinout when the DS2400N reader is connected by means of the CBX100/500:
Vdc
GND
Earth
+V
I1A
I1B
-V
+V
I2A
I2B
-V
+V
-V
O1+
O1O2+
O2TX
RX
SGND
REF
ID+
IDShield
CBX100/500 Terminal Block Connectors
Input Power
Power Supply Input Voltage +
Power Supply Input Voltage Protection Earth Ground
Inputs
Power Source – External Trigger
External Trigger A (polarity insensitive)
External Trigger B (polarity insensitive)
Power Reference – External Trigger
Power Source – Inputs
Input 2 A (polarity insensitive)
Input 2 B (polarity insensitive)
Power Reference – Inputs
Outputs
Power Source - Outputs
Power Reference - Outputs
Output 1 +
Output 1 Output 2 +
Output 2 Auxiliary Interface
Auxiliary Interface TX
Auxiliary Interface RX
Auxiliary Interface Reference
ID-NET™
Network Reference
ID-NET™ network +
ID-NET™ network Network Cable Shield
Main Interface
RS485
RS232
Full-Duplex
TX
TX+
*RX+
RX
RTS
TX*RXCTS
SGND
SGND
RS485
Half-Duplex
RTX+
RTXSGND
* Do not leave floating, see par. 4.2.2 for connection details.
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NOTE
To avoid electromagnetic interference when the scanner is connected to a
CBX connection box, verify the jumper positions in the CBX as indicated in
its Installation Manual.
4.1 POWER SUPPLY
Power can be supplied to the scanner through the CBX100/500 spring clamp terminal pins
as shown in Figure 38:
Power Supply
VGND
V+
in
Earth
Ground
Figure 38 - Power Supply Connections
The power must be between 10 and 30 Vdc only.
For DS2400N Subzero models using CBX100 LT the power must be 24 Vdc.
It is recommended to connect the device CHASSIS to earth ground (Earth) by setting the
appropriate jumper in the CBX connection box. See the CBX Installation Manual for details.
4.2 MAIN SERIAL INTERFACE
CAUTION
Do not connect to the Main Interface spring clamp terminals if using Host
Interface Modules (Fieldbus) with the CBX500.
The signals relative to the following serial interface types are available on the CBX spring
clamp terminal blocks.
If the interface type is not compatible with the current communication handshaking, then the
system forces the handshake to none.
The main interface type and the relative parameters (baud rate, data bits, etc.) can be
set using the Genius™ utility program or the Genius™ based Host Mode Programming
procedure.
Details regarding the connections and use of the interfaces are given in the next paragraphs.
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4
RS232 Interface
The serial interface is used in this case for point-to-point connections; it handles
communication with the host computer and allows both transmission of code data and the
programming of the scanner. This is the default setting.
The following pins are used for RS232 interface connection:
CBX100/500
TX
RX
RTS
CTS
SGND
Function
Transmit Data
Receive Data
Request To Send
Clear To Send
Signal Ground
It is always advisable to use shielded cables. The overall maximum cable length must be
less than 15 m (49.2 ft).
USER INTERFACE
SGND RXD
TXD
CTS
SCANNER
SGND TX
RTS
RX
RTS
CTS
Figure 39 – RS232 Main Interface Connections Using Hardware Handshaking
The RTS and CTS signals control data transmission and synchronize the connected devices.
START
OF
TRANSMISSION
END
OF
TRANSMISSION
+V
RTS
-V
DATA
TRANSMISSION
+V
TX DATA
-V
DATA
TRANSMISSION
C1 C2
C3
C4
C5
TRANSMISSION
STOPPED
ENABLED
+V
CTS
-V
IDLE
ENABLED
DISABLED
IDLE
Figure 40 - RS232 Control Signals
If the RTS/CTS handshaking protocol is enabled, the DS2400N activates the RTS output to
indicate a message is to be transmitted. The receiving unit activates the CTS input to enable
the transmission.
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4.2.2
RS485 Full-Duplex Interface
The RS485 full-duplex (5 wires + shield) interface is used for non-polled communication
protocols in point-to-point connections over longer distances (max 1200 m / 3940 ft) than
those acceptable for RS232 communications or in electrically noisy environments.
The CBX pinout follows:
CBX100/500
TX+
RX+
TXRXSGND
Function
RS485 Transmit Data +
RS485 Receive Data +
RS485 Transmit Data RS485 Receive Data Signal Ground
USER INTERFACE
RX485+ TX485+
SGND
SCANNER
RX485-
SGND TX+
TX485-
RX+
TX-
RX-
Figure 41 - RS485 Full-duplex Connections
For applications that do not use RX485 signals, do not leave these lines
floating but connect them to SGND as shown below.
NOTE
USER INTERFACE
RX485+
SGND
SCANNER
RX485-
SGND TX+
TX-
Figure 42 - RS485 Full-duplex Connections using Only TX Signals
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4
RS485 Half-Duplex Interface
This interface is provided for backward compatibility. We recommend using
the more efficient ID-NET™ network for Master/Slave or Multiplexer layouts.
NOTE
The RS485 half-duplex (3 wires + shield) interface is used for polled communication
protocols.
It can be used for Multidrop connections with a Datalogic Multiplexer, (see par. 6.5) exploiting
a proprietary protocol based on polled mode called MUX32 protocol, where a master device
polls slave devices to collect data.
CBX100/500
RTX+
RTXSGND
Function
RS485 Receive/Transmit Data +
RS485 Receive/Transmit Data Signal Ground
USER INTERFACE
RTX485+
SGND
SCANNER
RTX485-
SGND RTX+
RTX-
Figure 43 - RS485 Half-duplex Connections
This interface is forced by software when the protocol selected is MUX32 protocol.
In a Multiplexer layout, the Multidrop address must also be set via serial channel by the
Genius™ utility or by the Host Programming Mode.
Figure 44 shows a multidrop configuration with DS2400N scanners connected to a
Multiplexer.
CAUTION
This is an example of multidrop wiring. Consult the multiplexer manual for
complete wiring instructions.
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Main Interface
MULTIPLEXER
HOST
RS232/RS485
120 Ohm
Shield to Earth
Multidrop Multidrop +
Multidrop GND
Shield
PG-6000
VV+
CBX100/500
Scanner
Slave
#0
*
Shield
floating
PG-6000
Earth
GND
Vdc
CBX100/500
Scanner
Slave
#1
*
Shield
floating
RS485 HD
Termination Resistor.
Multidrop Cable
OFF
1200 m Max Length
RS485 HD
Termination Resistor.
RTXRTX+
SGND
Shield
RTXRTX+
SGND
Shield
OFF
PG-6000
Earth
GND
Vdc
CBX100/500
Scanner
Slave
(up to 31)
RTX-
Shield
floating
RS485 HD
Termination Resistor.
PG-6000
RTX+
SGND
Shield
ON
Earth
GND
Vdc
Figure 44 - DS2400N Multidrop Connection to a Multiplexer
* When using CBX500, the Main interface multidrop network signals: Shield, SGND, RTX+and RTX- are
repeated on terminal connector row 4 to facilitate system cabling.
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4.3 ID-NET™ INTERFACE
CBX100/500
Shield
ID+
IDREF
4.3.1
Function
Network Cable Shield
ID-NET™ network +
ID-NET™ network Network Reference
ID-NET™ Cables
The following instructions are referred to Figure 46, Figure 47 and Figure 48.
The general cable type specifications are: CAT5 twisted pair + additional CAT5 twisted
pair, shielded cable AWG 24 (or AWG 22) stranded flexible.
We recommend using DeviceNet cables (drop or trunk type) to the following reference
standards:
AN50325 – IEC 62026
UL STYLE 2502 80°C 30V
Cable Shield MUST be connected to earth ground ONLY at the Master.
NEVER use ID-NET™ cable shield as common reference.
The ID-NET™ max cable length depends on the baudrate used, (see the Baudrate Table
below).
For Common Power Connections use only 2 wires (ID+ and ID-).
- DC Voltage Power cable (Vdc – GND) should be handled as a signal cable (i.e. do not
put it together with AC cable):
- Wire dimensioning must be checked in order to avoid voltage drops greater than 0.8
Volts.
- Cable should lie down as near as possible to the ID-NET™ cable (avoiding wide loops
between them).
Scanner's chassis may be connected to earth.
Network inside the same building.
Baudrate Table
Baud Rate
Cable Length
125 kbps
250 kbps
500 kbps
1Mbps
1200 m
900 m
700 m
*
* Application dependent, contact your Datalogic Automation representative for details.
NOTE
The default ID-NET™ baudrate is 500 kbps. Lower ID-NET™ baudrates
allow longer cable lengths. The baudrate is software configurable by
authorized Datalogic Automation personnel only.
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4.3.2
ID-NET™ Response Time
The following figure shows the response time of the ID-NET™ network. This time is defined
as the period between the Trigger activation and the beginning of data transmission to the
Host.
Max ID-NET™ Response Time
240
220
200
Response Time (ms)
180
160
140
120
100
80
60
40
20
0
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
Number of Nodes
500 kbps
250 kbps
Figure 45 – ID-NET™ Response Time
CONDITIONS:
ID-NET™ M/S Synchronized layout
message length = 50 bytes per node
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Figure 46 – ID-NET™ Network Connections with isolated power blocks
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Figure 47 - ID-NET™ Network Connections with Common Power Branch Network
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Figure 48 – ID-NET™ Network Connections with Common Power Star Network
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4.3.3
ID-NET™ Network Termination
The network must be properly terminated in the first and last scanner of the network. This is
done by setting the ID-NET™ Termination Resistance Switch in the CBX100/500 to ON.
4.4 AUXILIARY RS232 INTERFACE
The auxiliary serial interface is used exclusively for RS232 point-to-point connections.
The parameters relative to the aux interface (baud rate, data bits, etc.) as well as particular
communication modes such as LOCAL ECHO can be defined using the Genius™ utility
program or Genius™ based Host Mode Programming installed from the CD-ROM.
The 9-pin female Auxiliary Interface connector inside the CBX is the preferred connector for
device configuration or communication monitoring.
1
5
9
6
Figure 49 - 9-pin female connector
If permanent system wiring is required, the following pins are used to connect the RS232
auxiliary interface:
CBX100/500
RX
TX
SGND
Function
Auxiliary Interface Receive Data
Auxiliary Interface Transmit Data
Auxiliary Interface Reference
USER INTERFACE
RX
TX
Reference
Figure 50 - RS232 Auxiliary Interface Connections
Do not connect the Aux Interface to the CBX spring clamp connectors and
the 9-pin connector simultaneously.
NOTE
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4.5 INPUTS
There are two optocoupled polarity insensitive inputs available on the scanner: Input 1
(External Trigger) and Input 2, a generic input:
The electrical features of both inputs are:
Maximum voltage:
30 Vdc
Maximum current:
12 mA (scanner) + 12 mA (CBX)
An anti-disturbance filter is implemented in software on both inputs so that the minimum
pulse duration is
5 milliseconds. This value can be increased through the software
parameter Debounce Filter, see the "2K/4K Family Software Configuration Parameter Guide”
Help file".
CBX100/500
+V
I1A
I1B
-V
Function
Power Source - External Trigger
External Trigger A (polarity insensitive)
External Trigger B (polarity insensitive)
Power Reference - External Trigger
The External Trigger input is used in the On-Line operating Mode and tells the scanner to
scan for a code. The active state of this input is selected in software. Refer to the Genius™
Help On Line.
The yellow Trigger LED (Figure A, 3) is on when the active state of the External Trigger
corresponds to ON.
This input is optocoupled and can be driven by both an NPN and PNP type command. The
connections are indicated in the following diagrams:
EXTERNAL TRIGGER INPUT CONNECTIONS USING DS2400N POWER
PH-1 Photocell (PNP)
(brown)
(black)
(blue)
Figure 51 – PH-1 (PNP) External Trigger Using DS2400N Power
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NPN Photocell
Power to
Photocell
Input
Signal
Photocell
Reference
Figure 52 - NPN External Trigger Using DS2400N Power
EXTERNAL TRIGGER INPUT CONNECTIONS USING EXTERNAL POWER
PNP Photocell
Input
Signal
Pulled down to External
Input Device Reference
Figure 53 - PNP External Trigger Using External Power
NPN Photocell
Pulled up to External
Input Device Power
Input
Signal
Figure 54 - NPN External Trigger Using External Power
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CBX100/500
+V
I2A
I2B
-V
4
Function
Power Source - Inputs
Input 2 A (polarity insensitive)
Input 2 B (polarity insensitive)
Power Reference - Inputs
INPUT 2 CONNECTIONS USING DS2400N POWER
Input Device
Power to
Input Device
Input
Signal
Input Device
Reference
PNP Input 2 Using DS2400N Power
Input Device
Power to
Input
Input Device Signal
Input Device
Reference
NPN Input 2 Using DS2400N Power
INPUT 2 CONNECTIONS USING EXTERNAL POWER
Input Device
Input
Signal
Pulled down to External
Input Device Reference
Figure 55 - PNP Input 2 Using External Power
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Input Device
Pulled up to External
Input Device Power
Input
Signal
Figure 56 - NPN Input 2 Using External Power
4.5.1
Code Verifier
If the DS2400N is used as a Code Verifier, the verifier code can be configured in software
through the Genius™ configuration program. However it is also possible to use one of the
inputs to trigger when the scanner should store a code read as the verifier code.
The Code Verifier parameter must be enabled, and the configuration parameters to allow
correct Code Type reading must be saved to the scanner in order to read the verifier code.
When the selected input is activated, the next read code will be stored as the verifier code in
the scanner's non-volatile (Flash) memory.
For more details see the Verifier Parameters in the "2K/4K Family Software Configuration
Parameter Guide” Help file".
4.6 OUTPUTS
Two general purpose outputs are available.
CBX100/500
+V
O1+
O1O2+
O2-V
Function
Power Source - Outputs
Output 1 +
Output 1 Output 2 +
Output 2 Power Reference Outputs
The meaning of the two outputs Output 1 and Output 2 can be defined by the user (No Read,
Right, Wrong, etc.). Refer to the Genius™ Help On Line.
By default, Output 1 is associated with the No Read event, which activates when the code
signaled by the external trigger is not decoded, and Output 2 is associated with the Complete
Read event, which activates when all the selected codes are correctly decoded.
The output signals are fully programmable being determined by the configured
Activation/Deactivation events, Deactivation Timeout or a combination of the two.
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OUTPUT CONNECTIONS USING DS2400N POWER
Output Device
Power to
Output device
Output
Signal
Output device
Reference
Figure 57 - Open Emitter Output Using DS2400N Power
Output Device
Power to
Output device
Output device
Reference
Output
Signal
Figure 58 - Open Collector Output Using DS2400N Power
OUTPUT CONNECTIONS USING EXTERNAL POWER
Output Device
Pulled up to External
Output Device Power
Output
Signal
Figure 59 - Open Emitter Output Using External Power
Output Device
Output
Signal
Pulled down to External
Output Device Reference
Figure 60 - Open Collector Output Using External Power
VBCEB max = 30 Vdc
40 mA continuous max.; 130 mA pulsed max.
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4.7 USER INTERFACE - HOST
The following table contains the pinout for standard RS232 PC Host interface. For other user
interface types please refer to their own manual.
RS232 PC-side connections
1
5
1
6
9
14
9-pin male connector
Pin
2
3
5
7
8
54
Name
RX
TX
GND
RTS
CTS
13
25
25-pin male connector
Pin
3
2
7
4
5
Name
RX
TX
GND
RTS
CTS
25-PIN CABLE ELECTRICAL CONNECTIONS
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5 25-PIN CABLE ELECTRICAL CONNECTIONS
All DS2400N models are equipped with a cable terminated by a 25-pin male D-sub connector
for connection to the power supply and input/output signals. The details of the connector pins
are indicated in the following table.
1
14
13
25
Figure 61 - 25-pin Male D-sub Connector
25-pin D-sub male connector pinout
Pin
13, 9
25, 7
1
18
19
6
10
8
22
11
12
20
21
23
24
14, 15, 16, 17
Pin
2
3
4
5
Name
Vdc
GND
CHASSIS
I1A
I1B
I2A
I2B
O1+
O1O2+
O2RX
TX
ID+
IDNC
Function
Power supply input voltage +
Power supply input voltage Cable shield connected to chassis
External Trigger A (polarity insensitive)
External Trigger B (polarity insensitive)
Input 2 A (polarity insensitive)
Input 2 B (polarity insensitive)
Output 1 +
Output 1 Output 2 +
Output 2 Auxiliary Interface RX
Auxiliary Interface TX
ID-NET™ network +
ID-NET™ network Not Connected
RS485
RS485
Name
RS232
Full-Duplex
Half-Duplex
TX
TX+
RTX+
*RX+
MAIN INTERFACE RX
(SW SELECTABLE) RTS
TXRTX*RXCTS
* Do not leave floating, see par. 5.2.2 for connection details.
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5.1 POWER SUPPLY
Power can be supplied to the scanner through the pins provided on the 25-pin connector
used for communication with the host (Figure 62):
POWER SUPPLY
DS2400N
13
Vdc
V+ (10 - 30 Vdc)
25
1
GND
VGND
CHASSIS
CHASSIS
Earth Ground
Figure 62 - Power Supply Connections
The power must be between 10 and 30 Vdc only.
For DS2400N Subzero models the power must be 24 Vdc.
It is recommended to connect pin 1 (CHASSIS) to a common earth ground.
5.2 MAIN SERIAL INTERFACE
The signals relative to the following serial interface types are available on the input/output
connector of DS2400N.
If the interface type is not compatible with the current communication handshaking, then the
system forces the handshake to none.
The main interface type and the relative parameters (baud rate, data bits, etc.) can be
set using the Genius™ utility program or the Genius™ based Host Mode Programming
procedure.
Details regarding the connections and use of the interfaces are given in the next paragraphs.
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5.2.1
5
RS232 Interface
The serial interface is used in this case for point-to-point connections; it handles
communication with the host computer and allows both transmission of code data and the
programming of the scanner. This is the default setting.
The following pins are used for RS232 interface connection:
25-pin
2
3
4
5
7
Name
TX
RX
RTS
CTS
GND
Function
Transmit Data
Receive Data
Request To Send
Clear To Send
Ground
It is always advisable to use shielded cables. The overall maximum cable length must be
less than 15 m (49.2 ft).
DS2400N
Chassis
USER INTERFACE
2
TX
3
RX
4
RTS
5
CTS
7
GND
RXD
TXD
CTS
RTS
GND
1
Figure 63 – RS232 Main Interface Connections Using Hardware Handshaking
The RTS and CTS signals control data transmission and synchronize the connected devices.
START
OF
TRANSMISSION
END
OF
TRANSMISSION
+V
RTS
-V
DATA
TRANSMISSION
+V
TX DATA
-V
DATA
TRANSMISSION
C1 C2
C3
C4
C5
TRANSMISSION
STOPPED
ENABLED
+V
CTS
-V
IDLE
ENABLED
DISABLED
IDLE
Figure 64 - RS232 Control Signals
If the RTS/CTS handshaking protocol is enabled, the DS2400N activates the RTS output to
indicate a message is to be transmitted. The receiving unit activates the CTS input to enable
the transmission.
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5.2.2
RS485 Full-Duplex Interface
The RS485 full-duplex (5 wires + shield) interface is used for non-polled communication
protocols in point-to-point connections over longer distances (max 1200 m / 3940 ft) than
those acceptable for RS232 communications or in electrically noisy environments.
The connector pinout follows:
25-pin
2
3
4
5
7
Name
TX+
RX+
TXRXGND
Function
RS485 Transmit Data +
RS485 Receive Data +
RS485 Transmit Data RS485 Receive Data Ground
DS2400N
Chassis
USER INTERFACE
2
TX+
4
TX-
3
RX+
5
RX-
7
GND
+
RX485
+
TX485
GND
1
Figure 65 - RS485 Full-duplex Connections
For applications that do not use RX signals, do not leave these lines floating
but connect them to GND as shown below.
NOTE
DS2400N
Chassis
USER INTERFACE
2
TX+
4
TX-
3
RX+
5
RX-
7
GND
+
RX485
-
GND
1
Figure 66 - RS485 Full-duplex Connections using Only TX Signals
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5
RS485 Half-Duplex Interface
This interface is provided for backward compatibility. We recommend using
the more efficient ID-NET™ network for Master/Slave or Multiplexer layouts.
NOTE
The RS485 half-duplex (3 wires + shield) interface is used for polled communication
protocols.
It can be used for Multidrop connections with a Datalogic Multiplexer, (see par. 6.5) exploiting
a proprietary protocol based on polled mode called MUX32 protocol, where a master device
polls slave devices to collect data.
The connector pinout follows:
25-pin
2
4
7
Name
RTX+
RTXGND
Function
RS485 Receive/Transmit Data +
RS485 Receive/Transmit Data Ground
DS2400N
Chassis
MULTIPLEXER
2
RTX+
4
RTX-
7
GND
RTX485 +
RTX485 RS485REF
1
Figure 67 - RS485 Half-duplex Connections
This interface is forced by software when the protocol selected is MUX32 protocol.
In a Multiplexer layout, the Multidrop address must also be set via serial channel by the
Genius™ utility or by the Host Programming Mode.
Figure 68 shows a multidrop configuration with DS2400N scanners connected to a
Multiplexer.
CAUTION
This is an example of multidrop wiring. Consult the multiplexer manual for
complete wiring instructions.
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Figure 68 - DS2400N Multidrop Connection to a Multiplexer
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5.3 ID-NET™ INTERFACE
25-pin
23
24
7
5.3.1
Name
ID+
IDGND
Function
ID-NET™ network +
ID-NET™ network Ground
ID-NET™ Cables
The following instructions are referred to Figure 70, Figure 71 and Figure 72.
The general cable type specifications are: CAT5 twisted pair + additional CAT5 twisted
pair, shielded cable AWG 24 (or AWG 22) stranded flexible.
We recommend using DeviceNet cables (drop or trunk type) to the following reference
standards:
AN50325 – IEC 62026
UL STYLE 2502 80°C 30V
Cable Shield MUST be connected to earth ground ONLY at the Master.
NEVER use ID-NET™ cable shield as common reference.
The ID-NET™ max cable length depends on the baudrate used, (see the Baudrate Table
below).
For Common Power Connections use only 2 wires (23 and 24).
- DC Voltage Power cable (Vdc – GND) should be handled as a signal cable (i.e. do not
put it together with AC cable):
- Wire dimensioning must be checked in order to avoid voltage drops greater than 0.8
Volts.
- Cable should lie down as near as possible to the ID-NET™ cable (avoiding wide loops
between them).
Scanner's chassis may be connected to earth.
Network inside the same building.
Baudrate Table
Baud Rate
Cable Length
125 kbps
250 kbps
500 kbps
1Mbps
1200 m
900 m
700 m
*
* Application dependent, contact your Datalogic Automation representative for details.
NOTE
The default ID-NET™ baudrate is 500 kbps. Lower ID-NET™ baudrates
allow longer cable lengths. The baudrate is software configurable by
authorized Datalogic Automation personnel only.
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5.3.2
ID-NET™ Response Time
The following figure shows the response time of the ID-NET™ network. This time is defined
as the period between the Trigger activation and the beginning of data transmission to the
Host.
Max ID-NET™ Response Time
240
220
200
Response Time (ms)
180
160
140
120
100
80
60
40
20
0
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
Number of Nodes
500 kbps
250 kbps
Figure 69 – ID-NET™ Response Time
CONDITIONS:
ID-NET™ M/S Synchronized layout
message length = 50 bytes per node
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Figure 70 – ID-NET™ Network Connections with isolated power blocks
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Figure 71 - ID-NET™ Network Connections with Common Power Branch Network
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Figure 72 – ID-NET™ Network Connections with Common Power Star Network
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5.3.3
ID-NET™ Network Termination
The network must be properly terminated by a 120 Ohm resistor at the first and last scanner
of the network.
5.4 AUXILIARY RS232 INTERFACE
The auxiliary serial interface is used exclusively for RS232 point-to-point connections.
The parameters relative to the aux interface (baud rate, data bits, etc.) as well as particular
communication modes such as LOCAL ECHO can be defined using the Genius™ utility
program or Genius™ based Host Mode Programming installed from the CD-ROM.
The following pins of the 25-pin connector are used to connect the RS232 auxiliary interface:
Pin
20
21
7
Name
RX
TX
GND
Function
Receive Data
Transmit Data
Ground
DS2400N
USER INTERFACE
20
RX
21
TX
7
Chassis
GND
TXD
RXD
GND
1
Figure 73 - RS232 Auxiliary Interface Connections
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5.5 INPUTS
There are two optocoupled polarity insensitive inputs available on the scanner: Input 1
(External Trigger) and Input 2, a generic input:
The electrical features of both inputs are:
Maximum voltage:
30 Vdc
Maximum current:
12 mA
An anti-disturbance filter is implemented in software on both inputs so that the minimum
pulse duration is
5 milliseconds. This value can be increased through the software
parameter Debounce Filter, see the "2K/4K Family Software Configuration Parameter Guide”
Help file".
25-pin
9
18
19
7
Name
Vdc
I1A
I1B
GND
Function
Power Source - External Trigger
External Trigger A (polarity insensitive)
External Trigger B (polarity insensitive)
Power Reference - External Trigger
The External Trigger input is used in the On-Line operating Mode and tells the scanner to
scan for a code. The active state of this input is selected in software. Refer to the Genius™
Help On Line.
The yellow Trigger LED (Figure A, 3) is on when the active state of the External Trigger
corresponds to ON.
This input is optocoupled and can be driven by both an NPN and PNP type command. The
connections are indicated in the following diagrams:
EXTERNAL TRIGGER INPUT PNP PH-1
DS2400N
VCC
~
+ ~
PNP PH-1 wires
9
Vdc
(brown) +10-30 Vdc
18
I1A
(black) NO
19
I1B
7
GND
(blue) 0 V
Figure 74 - PH-1 Photocell (PNP) External Trigger Using DS2400N Power
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EXTERNAL TRIGGER INPUT CONNECTIONS USING DS2400N POWER
EXTERNAL TRIGGER
DS2400N
VCC
+
~
~
9
Vdc
18
I1A
19
I1B
7
GND
V
Signal
Ground
Figure 75 - PNP External Trigger Using DS2400N Power
DS2400N
VCC
EXTERNAL TRIGGER
~
+ ~
9
Vdc
18
I1A
19
I1B
7
GND
V
Signal
Ground
Figure 76 - NPN External Trigger using DS2400N Power
EXTERNAL TRIGGER INPUT CONNECTIONS USING EXTERNAL POWER
Vext 30 Vdc max. EXTERNAL TRIGGER
DS2400N
V
VCC
18
I1A
19
I1B
Signal
~
-
+
~
Figure 77 - PNP External Trigger Using External Power
Vext 30 Vdc max. EXTERNAL TRIGGER
DS2400N
VCC
18
I1A
19
I1B
~
-
+
~
V
Signal
Figure 78 - NPN External Trigger Using External Power
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25-pin
9
6
10
7
Name
Vdc
I2A
I2B
GND
5
Function
Power Source Inputs
Input 2 A (polarity insensitive)
Input 2 B (polarity insensitive)
Power Reference - Inputs
INPUT 2 CONNECTIONS USING DS2400N POWER
INPUT DEVICE
DS2400N
VCC
~
+ ~
9
Vdc
6
I2A
10
I2B
7
GND
V
Signal
Ground
Figure 79 - PNP Input 2 Using DS2400N Power
DS2400N
VCC
INPUT DEVICE
~
+ ~
9
Vdc
6
I2A
10
I2B
7
GND
V
Signal
Ground
Figure 80 - NPN Input 2 Using DS2400N Power
INPUT 2 CONNECTIONS USING EXTERNAL POWER
Vext 30 Vdc max. EXTERNAL TRIGGER
DS2400N
V
VCC
6
I2A
10
I2B
Signal
~
-
+
~
Figure 81 - PNP Input 2 Using External Power
Vext 30 Vdc max. EXTERNAL TRIGGER
DS2400N
VCC
6
I2A
10
I2B
~
-
+
~
V
Signal
Figure 82 - NPN Input 2 Using External Power
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5.5.1
Code Verifier
If the DS2400N is used as a Code Verifier, the verifier code can be configured in software
through the Genius™ configuration program. However it is also possible to use one of the
inputs to trigger when the scanner should store a code read as the verifier code.
The Code Verifier parameter must be enabled, and the configuration parameters to allow
correct Code Type reading must be saved to the scanner in order to read the verifier code.
When the selected input is activated, the next read code will be stored as the verifier code in
the scanner's non-volatile (Flash) memory.
For more details see the Verifier Parameters in the "2K/4K Family Software Configuration
Parameter Guide” Help file".
5.6 OUTPUTS
Two general purpose outputs are available. The following pins are present on the 25-pin
connector of the scanner:
25-pin
9
8
22
11
12
7
Name
Vdc
O1+
O1O2+
O2GND
Function
Power Source - Outputs
Output 1 +
Output 1 Output 2 +
Output 2 Power Reference - Outputs
The meaning of the two outputs Output 1 and Output 2 can be defined by the user (No Read,
Right, Wrong, etc.). Refer to the Genius™ Help On Line.
By default, Output 1 is associated with the No Read event, which activates when the code
signaled by the external trigger is not decoded, and Output 2 is associated with the Complete
Read event, which activates when all the selected codes are correctly decoded.
The output signals are fully programmable being determined by the configured
Activation/Deactivation events, Deactivation Timeout or a combination of the two.
DS2400N
C
USER INTERFACE
8/11
O+
22/12
O-
Vext 30 Vdc max.
E
Figure 83 - Open Emitter Output Connections
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DS2400N
5
USER INTERFACE
C
8/11
O+
22/12
O-
Vext 30 Vdc max.
E
Figure 84 - Open Collector Output Connections
VBCEB max = 30 Vdc
40 mA continuous max.; 130 mA pulsed max.
5.7 USER INTERFACE - HOST
The following table contains the pinout for standard RS232 PC Host interface. For other user
interface types please refer to their own manual.
RS232 PC-side connections
1
5
1
6
9
14
9-pin male connector
Pin
2
3
5
7
8
13
Name
RX
TX
GND
RTS
CTS
25
25-pin male connector
Pin
3
2
7
4
5
Name
RX
TX
GND
RTS
CTS
How To Build A Simple Interface Test Cable:
The following wiring diagram shows a simple test cable including power, external (pushbutton) trigger and PC RS232 COM port connections.
25-pin D-sub male
9-pin D-sub female
21
TX
2
RX
20
RX
3
TX
GND
5
GND
7
PC
13 Vdc
25 GND
DS2400N
13 Vdc
18 I1A
19 I1B
Power Supply
Vdc (10 – 30 Vdc)
Power GND
Trigger
Test Cable for DS2400N
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6 TYPICAL LAYOUTS
The following typical layouts refer to system hardware configurations. Dotted lines in the
figures refer to optional hardware configurations within the particular layout.
These layouts also require the correct setup of the software configuration parameters.
Complete software configuration procedures can be found in the Guide To Rapid
Configuration in the Genius™ Help On Line.
6.1 POINT-TO-POINT
In this layout the data is transmitted to the Host on the main serial interface. A Genius™
based Host Mode programming can be accomplished either through the main interface or the
Auxiliary interface.
In Local Echo communication mode, data is transmitted on the RS232 auxiliary interface
independently from the main interface selection.
When On-Line Operating mode is used, the scanner is activated by an External Trigger
(photoelectric sensor) when the object enters its reading zone.
PG6000
Host
CBX
1
DS2400N
2
Terminal
3
 Main Serial Interface (RS232 or RS485 Full-Duplex)
 Auxiliary Serial Interface (Local Echo) (RS232)
 External Trigger (for On-Line Mode)
Figure 85 – Serial Interface Point-to-Point Layout
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In this layout a single scanner functions as a Slave node on a Fieldbus network. The data is
transmitted to the Host through an accessory Fieldbus interface board installed inside the
CBX500 connection box.
Scanner configuration can be accomplished through the Auxiliary interface using the
Genius™ configuration program or Genius™ based Host Mode programming.
In Local Echo communication mode, data is transmitted on the RS232 auxiliary interface
independently from the Fieldbus interface selection.
When On-Line Operating mode is used, the scanner is activated by an External Trigger
(photoelectric sensor) when the object enters its reading zone.
Power
CBX500
DS2400N
1
2
3
Host
 Fieldbus Interface (Profibus, Ethernet, DeviceNet, etc.)
 Auxiliary Serial Interface (Local Echo) (RS232)
 External Trigger (for On-Line Mode)
Figure 86 – Fieldbus Interface Point-to-Point Layout
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6.2 PASS-THROUGH
Pass-through mode allows two or more devices to be connected to a single external serial
interface.
Each DS2400N transmits the messages received by the Auxiliary interface onto the Main
interface. All messages will be passed through this chain to the host.
When On-Line Operating mode is used, the scanner is activated by an External Trigger
(photoelectric sensor) when the object enters its reading zone.
Applications can be implemented to connect a device such as a hand-held reader to the
Auxiliary port of the last scanner in the chain for manual code reading capability.
The Main and Auxiliary ports are connected as shown in the figure below:
1
2
Device#1
1
2
Device#2
3
1
Device#n
3
3
2
Power
Host
 Main Serial Interface (RS232 only)
 Auxiliary Serial Interface (RS232)
 External Trigger (for On-Line Mode)
Figure 87 – Pass-Through Layout
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An alternative Pass-Through layout allows the more efficient ID-NET™ network to be used.
This layout is really an ID-NET Master/Slave Multidata layout which also allows each
scanner (Master and Slaves) to accept input on the Auxiliary interface, for example to
connect a device such as a hand-held reader for manual code reading capability.
Each DS2400N transmits its own messages plus any messages received by its Auxiliary
interface onto the ID-NET™ interface. The Master passes all messages to the Host.
When On-Line Operating mode is used, the scanner is activated by an External Trigger
(photoelectric sensor) when the object enters its reading zone.
1
4
Master
Slave#2
3
Slave#n
3
3
2
Power
2
Host




Main Serial Interface (RS232 or RS485)
Auxiliary Serial Interface (RS232)
External Trigger (for On-Line Mode)
ID-NET™
Figure 88 – Pass-Through On ID-NET™ Layout
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6.3 ID-NET™
The ID-NET™ connection is used to collect data from several scanners to build a multi-point
or a multi-sided reading system; there can be one master and up to 31 slaves connected
together.
The slave scanners are connected together using the ID-NET™ interface. Every slave
scanner must have a ID-NET™ address in the range 1-31.
The master scanner is also connected to the Host on the RS232/RS485 main serial
interface.
For a Master/Slave Synchronized layout the External Trigger signal is unique to the system;
there is a single reading phase and a single message from the master scanner to the Host
computer. It is not necessary to bring the External Trigger signal to all the scanners.
The main, auxiliary, and ID-NET™ interfaces are connected as shown in the figure below.
1
3
2
Slave#1
Slave#n
Master
Power
Host
 Main Serial Interface (RS232 or RS485)
 External Trigger (for On-Line Mode)
 ID-NET™ (up to 16 devices - practical limit)
Figure 89 – ID-NET™ M/S Synchronized Layout
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For a Master/Slave Multidata layout each scanner has its own reading phase independent
from the others; each single message is sent from the master scanner to the Host computer.
1
4
Master
Slave#1
Slave#n
2
Terminal
3
Power
Host




Main Serial Interface (RS232 or RS485)
Auxiliary Serial Interface (Local Echo) (RS232)
External Trigger (for On-Line Mode)
ID-NET™ (up to 32 devices, max network extension of 1000 m)
Figure 90 – ID-NET™ M/S Multidata
The auxiliary serial interface of the slave scanners can be used in Local
Echo communication mode to control any single scanner (visualize
collected data) or to configure it using the Genius™ utility or the Genius™
based Host Mode programming procedure.
NOTE
The ID-NET™ termination resistor switches must be set to ON only in the first
and last CBX connection box.
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ID-NET™ Slave Nodes
QL100
CBL-1480-xx
QL100
CBL-1480-xx
CBL-1490
ID-NET
Terminator
DS2400N
Master
The ID-NET network must be terminated through
the internal switch of the CBX500 and inserting
an ID-NET terminator into the last QL in the
network.
PS
Power
CAB-PW-EXT
3
1
CBX500 w BM200
Host
4
 BA600 ID-NET™ Out
 BA400 Ext. Power
 BA500 Trigger
 BA300 Service
Ethernet
5
CAB-AUX03
Figure 91 – ID-NET™ M/S Synchronized Layout
DS2400N Master with CBX500 + DS2400N Slaves with QL100
QL500
ID-NET™
QL100
QL100
CBL-1480-xx
CBL-1480-xx
Slave Nodes
Power
CAB-PW-EXT
CBL-1490
ID-NET
Terminator
Master
The ID-NET network must be terminated inserting
an ID-NET terminator into the last QL in the
network.
ID-NET on the QL500 is internally terminated.
PS
Host
Ethernet Interface
Figure 92 – ID-NET™ M/S Synchronized Layout
DS2400N Master with QL500 + DS2400N Slaves with QL100
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The Master scanner can communicate to the Host as a Slave node on an Ethernet TCP/IP
network. This example requires using the accessory BM2x0 Ethernet interface board
installed inside the CBX500 connection box.
System configuration can be accomplished through the Auxiliary interface of the Master
scanner (internal CBX500 9-pin connector) using the Genius™ configuration program or
Genius™ based Host Mode programming.
Configuration can also be accomplished in Genius directly through the Ethernet network. In
this case initial connection can be made using Programming Barcodes.
3
Power
Slave#1
1
Slave#n
2
Master
Host
 Ethernet Interface (CBX500 with BM2x0)
 External Trigger (for On-Line Mode)
 ID-NET™ (up to 16 devices - practical limit)
Figure 93 – ID-NET™ M/S Synchronized Layout
DS2400N Master with BM200/210 TCP/IP Ethernet Interface to Host
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Alternatively, the Master scanner can communicate to the Host as a Slave node on a
Fieldbus network. This requires using an accessory Fieldbus interface board installed inside
the CBX500 connection box.
System configuration can be accomplished through the Auxiliary interface of the Master
scanner (internal CBX500 9-pin connector) using the Genius™ configuration program or
Genius™ based Host Mode programming.
3
Power
Slave#1
Slave#n
2
Master
1
Host
 Fieldbus Interface
 External Trigger (for On-Line Mode)
 ID-NET™ (up to 16 devices - practical limit)
Figure 94 – ID-NET™ Fieldbus M/S Synchronized Layout
4
Power
Master
Slave#1
Slave#n
2
Terminal
3
1
Host




Fieldbus Interface
Auxiliary Serial Interface (Local Echo) (RS232)
External Trigger (for On-Line Mode)
ID-NET™ (up to 32 devices, max network extension of 1000 m)
Figure 95 – ID-NET™ Fieldbus M/S Multidata
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The QLM600 Profibus Gateway active connection module can also be used. System
configuration can be accomplished through the Auxiliary interface of the Master scanner
(QLM600 Aux connector) using the Genius™ configuration program or Genius™ based Host
Mode programming.
QL100
6
INTERFACE
5
GOOD
READY
TRIGGER
STATUS
COM
Profibus Slave Node
ID-NET™ Master
SETUP
LEARN
TEST
XPRESS
ID-NET™ Slaves
CAB-AUX03
CBL-1480-xx
Configuration PC
7 CBL-1490
READY
GOOD
SETUP
TRIGGER
LEARN
COM
TEST
STATUS
XPRESS
INTERFACE
Profibus
Terminator
or
QL100
QLM600
to next Profibus Slave
3
2
1
2
CBL-1480-xx
6
4
Profibus Master (Host)
Figure 96 - ID-NET™ Synchronized Network - DS2100N Master with QLM600 + DS2100N Slaves with
QL100s
ID-NET™ Slave
CAB-AUX04
CAB-AUX04
4 5
CAB-AUX03
DS4800
QL300
GOOD
Profibus
Terminator
READY
TRIGGER
STATUS
COM
3
6
3
3
6
CBL-1480-xx
CBL-1480-xx
QLM600
INTERFACE
QL300
5
Matrix 410™
SETUP
LEARN
TEST
XPRESS
CBL-1490
Configuration PC
4 5
DS2100N
7
Profibus Slave Node
ID-NET™ Master
ID-NET™ Slave
2
4
2
or
to next
Profibus Slave
1
Profibus Master (Host)
Figure 97 - ID-NET™ Multidata Network - DS4800 Master with QLM600 + mixed Slaves with QL300s
 Input Power
 Profibus Interface
 External Trigger (for On-Line Mode)
 External Digital I/O Devices
 Aux port for Reader Configuration
 ID-NET™ Network
 ID-NET Terminator
The ID-NET network must be terminated inserting an ID-NET terminator into
the last QL in the network. ID-NET on the QLM600 is internally terminated.
NOTE
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6.4 RS232 MASTER/SLAVE
This interface is provided for backward compatibility. We recommend using
the more efficient ID-NET™ network for Master/Slave or Multiplexer layouts.
NOTE
The RS232 master/slave connection is used to collect data from several scanners to build
either a multi-point or a multi-sided reading system; there can be one master and up to 9
slaves connected together.
The Slave scanners use RS232 only on the main and auxiliary serial interfaces. Each slave
DS2400N transmits the messages received by the auxiliary interface onto the main interface.
All messages will be passed through this chain to the Master.
The Master scanner is connected to the Host on the RS232/RS485 main serial interface.
There is a single reading phase and a single message from the master scanner to the Host
computer.
Either On-Line or Serial On-Line Operating modes can be used in this layout.
When On-Line Operating mode is used, the external trigger signal is unique to the
system, however it is not necessary to bring the external trigger signal to the Slave
scanners.
The main and auxiliary ports are connected as shown in the figure below.
1
2
1
2
Slave#1
3
Master
Power
Host
 Main Serial Interface (RS232 only)
 Auxiliary Serial Interface (RS232)
 External Trigger (for On-Line Mode)
Figure 98 – RS232 Master/Slave Layout
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6.5 MULTIPLEXER LAYOUT
This interface is provided for backward compatibility. We recommend using
the more efficient ID-NET™ network for Master/Slave or Multiplexer layouts.
NOTE
Each scanner is connected to a Multiplexer (for example MX4000) with the RS485 halfduplex main interface through a CBX connection box.
1
0
1
31
2
2
3
3
2
3
Power
MX4000
Host
 Main Serial Interface (RS485 Half-Duplex)
 Auxiliary Serial Interface (Local Echo) (RS232)
 External Trigger (for On-Line Mode)
Figure 99 - Multiplexer Layout
The auxiliary serial interface of the slave scanners can be used in Local Echo communication
mode to control any single scanner (visualize collected data) or to configure it using the
Genius™ utility or Genius™ based Host Mode programming procedure.
Each scanner has its own reading phase independent from the others. When On-Line
Operating mode is used, the scanner is activated by an External Trigger (photoelectric
sensor) when the object enters its reading zone.
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7 READING FEATURES
7.1 ADVANCED CODE RECONSTRUCTION (ACR-LITE)
The traditional way of barcode reading could be called “Linear Reading”. In this case, the
laser beam crosses the barcode symbol from its beginning to its end as shown in the
following figure:
Laser Beam
Figure 100 – Linear Reading
In Advanced Code Reconstruction mode it is no longer necessary for the laser beam to cross
the label from the start to the end. With just a set of partial scans on the label (obtained using
the motion of the label itself), the scanner is able to “reconstruct” the barcode. A typical set of
partial scans is shown in the figure below:
Code Direction
Figure 101 – Partial Scans
None of the partial scans contains the whole label. The decoder aligns each partial scan
correctly and combines them in order to obtain the entire code.
The alignment is performed by calculating the time difference from one partial scan to
another using a reference code element.
ACR-Lite therefore has an intrinsic ability to increase the reading percentage of damaged
codes as in the examples below:
Figure 102 – ACR-Lite Readable Codes
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ACR-Lite is disabled by default but can be enabled for the following code types:
Code 25 Interleaved
Code 39 Family
Codabar
GS1 DataBar
7.1.1
Code 128/GS1-128
EAN/UPC (without ADD-Ons)
Code 93
GS1 DataBar Expanded
Important ACR-Lite Reading Conditions
Do not use ACR-Lite for omni-directional reading stations.
Code concatenation and ACR-Lite are not compatible and therefore cannot be enabled
simultaneously.
Stacked codes and ACR-Lite are not compatible.
Codes shorter than 4 digits, while readable linearly, cannot be reconstructed in ACR-Lite.
Reconstruction reading mode is not compatible with scanner Raster models.
NOTE
7.1.2
To maximize scanner performance in Advanced Code Reconstruction
Reading applications:
enable only the code symbologies that will actually be used in the
application and disable any code symbologies that will not be used in
the application
reconstruct only one code label at a time
use conveyor speeds less than or equal to 1.0 m/s
Tilt Angle for Advanced Code Reconstruction
The most important parameter in Advanced Code Reconstruction is the value of the
maximum tilt angle ( maximum) under which the code reconstruction process is still
possible.
Laser Beam
0° to
max
= tilt angle
Figure 103 – Tilt Angle
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The decoder will be able to read the label
+ max and - max as shown in the following figure:
with
a
tilt
angle
between
0°
OK
-
OK
OK
No Read
No Read
No Read
Conveyor
+
OK
OK
Laser Beam
Figure 104 – Reading Zones with
NOTE
86
Max
While tilt angles of 45° can be obtained, DS2400N scanners are not
designed to create omni-directional reading stations using two scanners in
an X-pattern.
READING FEATURES
7.1.3
7
Advanced Code Reconstruction Reading Conditions
The following tables describe the minimum code height requirements (in mm) for standard
ACR-Lite applications depending on the code symbology and the given reading conditions.
ANSI Grade B minimum
800 scans/sec
three code symbologies enabled simultaneously
uniform background
2/5 Interleaved
Conveyor Speed (m/s)
0.20
Code Resolution
0.35
(mm)
0.50
Minimum Code Height for ACR-Lite Reading (mm)
45° max
30° max
0.5
.75
1
0.5
.75
1
17
20
23
12
14
16
28
30
32
18
20
22
34
36
38
23
25
27
Ratio 2.5:1
Table 1
Code 39
Conveyor Speed (m/s)
0.20
Code Resolution
0.35
(mm)
0.50
Minimum Code Height for ACR-Lite Reading (mm)
45° max
30° max
0.5
.75
1
0.5
.75
1
16
19
22
12
14
16
26
28
30
17
19
21
31
33
35
21
23
25
Ratio 2.5:1; Interdigit = Module Size
Table 2
Code 128 – GS1-128
Conveyor Speed (m/s)
0.20
Code Resolution
0.35
(mm)
0.50
Minimum Code Height for ACR-Lite Reading (mm)
45° max
30° max
0.5
.75
1
0.5
.75
1
12
15
18
9
11
14
22
25
28
13
16
19
25
27
30
17
20
23
Table 3
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7.2 LINEAR CODE READING
The number of scans performed on the code by the DS2400N and therefore the decoding
capability is influenced by the following parameters:
number of scans per second
code motion speed
label dimensions
scan direction with respect to code motion
At least 5 scans during the code passage should be allowed to ensure a successful read.
7.2.1
Step-Ladder Mode
If scanning is perpendicular to the code motion direction (Figure 105), the number of effective
scans performed by the reader is given by the following formula:
SN = [(LH/LS) * SS] – 2
Where:
SN
LH
LS
SS
=
=
=
=
number of effective scans
label height (in mm)
label movement speed in (mm/s)
number of scans per second
Direction of code
movement at LS speed
DS2400N
LH
Laser beam
Figure 105 - "Step-Ladder" Scanning Mode
For example, the DS2400N (800 scans/sec.) for a 25 mm high code moving at 1250 mm/s
performs:
[(25/1250) * 800] - 2 = 14 effective scans.
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7.2.2
7
Picket-Fence Mode
If scanning is parallel to the code motion, (Figure 106), the number of effective scans is given
by the following formula:
SN = [((FW-LW)/LS) * SS] -2
Where:
SN
FW
LW
LS
SS
=
=
=
=
=
number of effective scans
reading field width (in mm)
label width (in mm)
label movement speed (in mm/s)
scans per second
DS2400N
Laser beam
LW
FW
Figure 106 - "Picket-Fence" Scanning Mode
For example, for a 100 mm wide code moving in a point where the reading field is 200 mm
wide at a 2000 mm/s speed, the DS2400N (800 scans per sec.), performs:
[((200-100)/2000) * 800] - 2 = 38 effective scans
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7.3 PERFORMANCE
The DS2400N scanner is available in different versions according to the reading
performance.
Version
Max Code Resolution
Speed
02XX
12XX
22XX
mm (mils)
0.20 (8)
0.25 (10)
0.35 (14)
scans/s
600 to 1000
600 to 1000
600 to 1000
Version
Reading Distance
02XX
12XX
22XX
75 mm (3 in) - 340 mm (13.4 in) on 0.35 mm (14 mils) codes
100 mm (3.9 in) - 440 mm (17.3 in) on 0.50 mm (20 mils) codes
190 mm (7.5 in) - 600 mm (23.6 in) on 0.50 mm (20 mils) codes
Refer to the diagrams given in par. 7.4 for further details on the reading features. They are
taken on various resolution sample codes at a 25 C ambient temperature, depending on the
conditions in the notes under the diagrams.
7.3.1
Raster
Raster versions are available. The distance between the top and bottom scan lines is called
capture and is measured from the laser beam output window.
The reading characteristics for the raster versions are given in the table below.
Reading Distance
Raster Capture
300 mm
(11.8 in)
600 mm
(23.6 in)
18 mm
(0.7 in)
35 mm
(1.4 in)
If standard devices do not satisfy specific requirements, contact your nearest Datalogic
distributor, supplying code samples, to obtain complete information on the reading
possibilities.
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7.4 READING DIAGRAMS
Reading diagrams for Subzero models and Standard models are the same.
DS2400N-020X (Short Reading Range)
2
4
5
10
6
15
10
8
20
25
14 in
12
30
35 cm
0.35 mm
4
10
3
7,5
2
5
1
2,5
0
0
1
2,5
2
5
3
7,5
4
in
cm
(14 mils)
0.20 mm
(8 mils)
0.25 mm
(10 mils)
10
Note: (0,0) is the center of the laser beam output window.
CONDITIONS
Optic Version
Code
PCS
"Pitch" angle
"Skew" angle
"Tilt" angle
*Code Resolution
*Reading Conditions
*Scan Speed
=
=
=
=
=
=
=
=
=
Linear
Interleaved 2/5 or Code 39
0.90
0
10
0
High
Standard
800 scans/sec
* Parameters selectable in Genius™.
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DS2400N-120X (Medium Reading Range)
4
10
8
20
6
15
4
10
2
5
0
0
8
20
12
30
20
16
40
50 cm
0.50 mm
(20 mils)
0.25 mm
2
4
6
8
in
(10 mils)
5
10
0.35 mm
15
(14 mils)
20
cm
Note: (0,0) is the center of the laser beam output window.
CONDITIONS
Optic Version
Code
PCS
"Pitch" angle
"Skew" angle
"Tilt" angle
*Code Resolution
=
=
=
=
=
=
=
*Reading Conditions
*Scan Speed
=
=
Linear
Interleaved 2/5 or Code 39
0.90
0
10
0
High for 0.25 mm (10 mils) codes
Standard for 0.35 mm, (14 mils) codes and greater
Standard
800 scans/sec
* Parameters selectable in Genius™.
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DS2400N-220X (Long Reading Range)
8
20
6
15
4
10
2
5
0
0
2
5
4
10
6
15
4
8
12
16
20
24
28 in
10
20
30
40
50
60
70 cm
0.35 mm
0.50 mm
(14 mils)
(20 mils)
8 20
in cm
Note: (0,0) is the center of the laser beam output window.
CONDITIONS
Optic Version
Code
PCS
"Pitch" angle
"Skew" angle
"Tilt" angle
*Code Resolution
*Reading Conditions
*Scan Speed
=
=
=
=
=
=
=
=
=
=
Linear
Interleaved 2/5 or Code 39
0.90
0
10
0
High for 0.35 mm (14 mils) codes
Standard for 0.50 mm (20 mils) codes and greater
Standard
800 scans/sec
* Parameter selectable in Genius™
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8 MAINTENANCE
8.1 CLEANING
Clean the laser beam output window periodically for continued correct operation of the
reader.
Dust, dirt, etc. on the window may alter the reading performance.
Repeat the operation frequently in particularly dirty environments.
Use soft material and alcohol to clean the window and avoid any abrasive substances.
WARNING
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Clean the window of the DS2400N when the scanner is turned off or, at
least, when the laser beam is deactivated.
TROUBLESHOOTING
9
9 TROUBLESHOOTING
9.1 GENERAL GUIDELINES
When wiring the device, pay careful attention to the signal name (acronym) on the
CBX100/500 spring clamp connectors (chp. 4). If you are connecting directly to the scanner
25-pin connector pay attention to the pin number of the signals (chp 5).
If you need information about a certain reader parameter you can refer to the Genius™
program help files.
Either connect the device and select the parameter you’re interested in by pressing the F1
key, or select Help/Parameters Help/2K_4K Software Configuration Parameters Guide
from the command menu.
If you’re unable to fix the problem and you’re going to contact your local Datalogic office or
Datalogic Partner or ARC, we suggest providing (if possible) the Device Configuration files
(*.ddc). Connect through Genius™ and click the Save icon from the toolbar. Also note the
exact Model, Serial Number and Order Number of the device.
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TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDE
Problem
Power On:
the "Power On"/
"Ready" LED are not lit
Suggestions
Is power connected?
If using a power adapter (like PG 6000), is it connected to a wall
outlet?
If using rail power, does rail have power?
If using CBX100, does it have power (check switch and LED)?
Measure voltage either at pin 13 and pin 25 (for 25-pin
connector) or at spring clamp Vdc and GND (for CBX).
Power On:
the "Ready" LED is
continuously blinking;
motor and laser are
OFF
Diagnostic Error:
the "Ready" LED and
"Status" LED are
continuously blinking
and the "Good" Read
LED is ON
On line Mode:
TRIGGER LED is not lit
(when external trigger
activates)
For Subzero models this indicates the warm-up phase. If this
phase exceeds the expected warm-up time, a diagnostic error
condition will be generated, see indication below.
Check the input voltage; if less than 24 Vdc the scanner may not
attain warm-up.
This indicates a diagnostic alarm/error condition. A User Defined
Error message or an Internal Numeric Error message is sent
over the selected communication interface. See the Help On Line
for diagnostic error conditions.
On line Mode:
TRIGGER LED is
correctly lit but nothing
happens (no reading
results)
Serial On line Mode:
the reader is not
triggered (no reading
results)
Is the software configuration consistent with the application
condition (operating mode etc.)?
In the Genius™ program select the Operating Mode branch and
check for related parameters.
Is sensor connected to I1A, I1B spring clamps (for CBX) or to
pins 18 and 19 (for 25-pin connector)?
Is power supplied to photo sensor?
Are the photo sensor LEDS (if any) working correctly?
Is the sensor/reflector system aligned?
In the Genius™ program select the Operating Mode branch and
check if Serial On Line is selected in the On Line Options.
Are the Start – Stop characters correctly assigned?
Is the serial trigger source correctly connected and configured?
On line Mode and
In the Genius™ program select the Operating Mode branch and
Serial On Line:
check the Reading Phase Timeout parameterization.
Reader doesn’t
respond correctly to the
expected external
signals end
X-PRESS™:
The X-PRESS™ functions don't work if the scanner motor or
X-PRESS™ functions laser are turned off. Check if the motor or laser are turned off
don't work. LEDs light
through the following parameters:
up but do not allow
access to the functions.
Beam Shutter = enabled
Scan Speed = Motor Off
Energy Saving>Serial Motor Off has been sent
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TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDE
Problem
Reading:
Not possible to read the
target barcode (always
returns No Read) or the
Auto Setup procedure
Fails.
Suggestions
Check synchronization of reading pulse with object to read:
Is the scan line correctly positioned?
Place barcode in the center of scan line and run Test mode
(selectable by Genius™ as an Operating Mode). If you still have
trouble, check the following:
Is the reading distance within that allowed (see reading
diagrams)?
Is the Tilt angle too large?
Is the Skew angle less than 10° (direct reflection)?
Choose the Code Definition branch and enable different
Code Symbologies (except Pharmacode). Length = Min
and Max (variable).
Is the Bar Code quality sufficient?
If you had no success, try to perform the test using the
BARCODE TEST CHART included with the product.
Communication:
Device is not
transmitting anything to
the host
Is the serial cable connected?
Is the correct wiring respected?
Are serial host settings equivalent to the serial device
setting?
If using CBX, be sure the RS485 termination switch is
positioned to OFF.
Communication:
Data transferred to the
host are incorrect,
corrupted or incomplete
In the Genius™ program select the Data Communication
Settings/Data Format/Standard Parameters branch and
check the Header, Separators, and Terminator values
Also check the Code Field Length and Fill Character values.
Are the COM port parameters correctly assigned?
Communication:
Always returns the
Reader Failure
Character (<BEL> char
as default)
How do I obtain my
units’ serial
numbers?
Contact your local Datalogic office or Datalogic Partner or
ARC, because either a Motor or Laser failure has occurred.
Note the exact model and Serial Number of the device.
The device’s serial number is printed on a label that is affixed
to the body of the reader.
Serial numbers consist of 9 characters: one letter, 2
numbers, and another letter followed by 5 numbers.
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10 TECHNICAL FEATURES
ELECTRICAL FEATURES
Input Power
Supply Voltage
Power consumption max.
Serial Interfaces
Main Serial Interface
Baudrate
Auxiliary
Baudrate
ID-NET™
Baudrate
Inputs
Input 1 (External Trigger), Input 2
Voltage
Current Consumption
Minimum Pulse Duration
Outputs
Output 1, Output 2
VCE
Collector Current
VCE saturation
Power Dissipation
OPTICAL FEATURES
Light Source
Wave Length
Safety Class
READING FEATURES 
Scan Rate (software program.)
Aperture Angle
Maximum Reading Distance
Maximum Resolution

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Further details given in par. 7.3.
DS2400N-xxx0 (Standard)
DS2400N-xxx5 (Subzero)
10 to 30 Vdc
24 Vdc 10%
0.4 A; 9.6 W max
0.5 to 0.17 A; 5 W
Sw programmable: RS232; RS485 FD and HD
1200 - 115200
RS232
1200 - 115200
RS485 Half-duplex
Up to 1 MBaud
Optocoupled, polarity insensitive
10 to 30 Vdc
12 mA max.
5 ms.
Optocoupled
30 Vdc max.
40 mA continuous max.; 130 mA pulsed max.
1V max. at 10 mA
80 mW max. at 45 C (ambient temperature)
Semiconductor laser diode
In the range 630 to 680 nm
Class 2 - EN 60825-1; CDRH
(600 to 1000 scans/sec)
50°
See reading diagrams
TECHNICAL FEATURES
ENVIRONMENTAL FEATURES
Operating Temperature
Storage Temperature
10
DS2400N-xxx0 (Standard)
DS2400N-xxx5 (Subzero)
0° to +45 C (+32° to +113 °F) 
-35° to +45 °C (-31° to +113 °F) 
-20° to +70 C (-4° to +158 °F)
-35° to +70 °C (-31° to +158 °F)
Humidity max.
90% non condensing
Vibration Resistance
14 mm @ 2 to 10 Hz; 1.5 mm @ 13 to 55 Hz;
EN 60068-2-6
2 g @ 70 to 200 Hz; 2 hours on each axis
Bump Resistance
30g; 6 ms;
EN 60068-2-29
5000 shocks on each axis
Shock Resistance
30g; 11 ms;
EN 60068-2-27
3 shocks on each axis
Protection Class – EN 60529
IP65
PHYSICAL FEATURES
Mechanical Dimensions
Weight
68 x 84 x 34 mm (2.7 x 3.3 x 1.3 in)
330 g (11.6 oz.)
340 g (12 oz.)
SOFTWARE FEATURES
READABLE CODES
* EAN/UPC (including Add-on 2 and Add-on 5)
* 2/5 Interleaved
* Code 39 (Standard and Full ASCII)
* Codabar
ABC Codabar
*GS1 DataBar
*GS1 DataBar Expanded
Code Selection
Decoding Safety
Headers and Terminators
* Code 93
* Code 128
* GS1-128 (ex EAN 128)
ISBT 128
Pharmacode
Plessey
GS1 DataBar Limited
* ACR-Lite Readable.
Parameter Storage
up to ten different symbologies during one reading phase
can enable multiple good reads of same code
Up to 128-byte header string
Up to 128-byte terminator string
On-Line, Serial On-Line, Verifier,
Automatic, Continuous, Test
X-PRESS™ Functions
Genius™ utility program
Genius™ based Host Mode Programming
Code Verifier
ACR-Lite (Advanced Code Reconstruction)
Motor Off and SW_Speed Control
Programmable Diagnostic and Statistic Messages
Non-volatile internal Flash
USER INTERFACE
LED Indicators
Multi-function Key
Ready, Good, Trigger, Com, Status, Power On
X-PRESS™ button
Operating Modes
Configuration Modes
Special Functions

If the reader is used in high temperature environments (over 40 C), use of the Beam Shutter is advised (see
the Genius™ configuration program) and/or a thermally conductive support (such as the metal bracket
provided).

The Operating Temperature is guaranteed under the following conditions:
no direct ventilation on the scanner
fixed working environment (no rapid temperature changes)
At -35 °C, a 20 min warm-up period is required before the scanner is ready to read barcodes.
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GLOSSARY
ACR-Lite (Advanced Code Reconstruction)
This is a light version of the powerful Advanced Code Reconstruction technology applied to
high performance high precision scanners. ACR-Lite is effective in reading codes positioned
close-to-linear, small height codes, damaged codes, or poor print quality codes. See par. 7.1.
Aperture
Term used on the required CDRH warning labels to describe the laser exit window.
Barcode
A pattern of variable-width bars and spaces which represents numeric or alphanumeric data
in machine-readable form. The general format of a barcode symbol consists of a leading
margin, start character, data or message character, check character (if any), stop character,
and trailing margin. Within this framework, each recognizable symbology uses its own unique
format.
Barcode Label
A label that carries a barcode and can be affixed to an article.
Baud Rate
A unit used to measure communications speed or data transfer rate.
CDRH (Center for Devices and Radiological Health)
This organization (a service of the Food and Drug Administration) is responsible for the
safety regulations governing acceptable limitations on electronic radiation from laser devices.
Datalogic devices are in compliance with the CDRH regulations.
Code Positioning
Variation in code placement that affects the ability of a scanner to read a code. The terms
Pitch, Skew, and Tilt deal with the angular variations of code positioning in the X, Y and Z
axes. See pars. 3.2.1 and 3.2.5. Variations in code placement affect the pulse width and
therefore the decoding of the code. Pulse width is defined as a change from the leading edge
of a bar or space to the trailing edge of a bar or space over time. Pulse width is also referred
to as a transition. Tilt, pitch, and skew impact the pulse width of the code.
Decode
The process of translating a barcode into data characters using a specific set of rules for
each symbology.
Decoder
As part of a barcode reading system, the electronic package which receives the signals from
the scanner, performs the algorithm to interpret the signals into meaningful data and provides
the interface to other devices. The decoder is normally integrated into the scanner.
EAN
European Article Number System. The international standard barcode for retail food
packages.
FLASH
An on-board non-volatile memory chip.
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Full Duplex
Simultaneous, two-way, independent transmission in both directions.
Half Duplex
Transmission in either direction, but not simultaneously.
Host
A computer that serves other terminals in a network, providing services such as network
control, database access, special programs, supervisory programs, or programming
languages.
Interface
A shared boundary defined by common physical interconnection characteristics, signal
characteristics and meanings of interchanged signals.
LED (Light Emitting Diode)
A low power electronic device that can serve as a visible or near infrared light source when
voltage is applied continuously or in pulses. It is commonly used as an indicator light and
uses less power than an incandescent light bulb but more than a Liquid Crystal Display
(LCD). LEDs have extremely long lifetimes when properly operated.
Multidrop Line
A single communications circuit that interconnects many stations, each of which contains
terminal devices. See RS485.
Parameter
A value that you specify to a program. Typically parameters are set to configure a device to
have particular operating characteristics.
Picket-Fence Orientation
When the barcode’s bars are positioned vertically on the product, causing them to appear as
a picket fence. The first bar will enter the scan window first. See par. 7.2.2.
Pitch
Rotation of a code pattern about the X-axis. The normal distance between center line or
adjacent characters. See pars. 3.2.1 and 3.2.5.
Position
The position of a scanner or light source in relation to the target of a receiving element.
Protocol
A formal set of conventions governing the formatting and relative timing of message
exchange between two communicating systems.
Raster
The process of projecting the laser beam at varied angles spaced evenly from each other.
Typically, the mirrored rotor surfaces are angled to create multiple scan lines instead of a
single beam.
Resolution
The narrowest element dimension, which can be distinguished by a particular reading device
or printed with a particular device or method.
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RS232
Interface between data terminal equipment and data communication equipment employing
serial binary data interchange.
RS485
Interface that specifies the electrical characteristics of generators and receivers for use in
balanced digital multipoint systems such as on a Multidrop line.
Scanner
A device that examines a printed pattern (barcode) and either passes the uninterpreted data
to a decoder or decodes the data and passes it onto the Host system.
Serial Port
An I/O port used to connect a scanner to your computer, identifiable by a 9-pin or 25-pin
connector.
Signal
An impulse or fluctuating electrical quantity (i.e.: a voltage or current) the variations of which
represent changes in information.
Skew
Rotation about the Y-axis. Rotational deviation from correct horizontal and vertical
orientation; may apply to single character, line or entire encoded item. See pars. 3.2.1 and
3.2.5.
Step-Ladder Orientation
When the barcode’s bars are positioned horizontally on the product, causing them to appear
as a ladder. The ends of all bars will enter the scan window first. See par. 7.2.1.
Symbol
A combination of characters including start/stop and checksum characters, as required, that
form a complete scannable barcode.
Tilt
Rotation around the Z axis. Used to describe the position of the barcode with respect to the
laser scan line. See pars. 3.2.1 and 3.2.5.
Trigger Signal
A signal, typically provided by a photoelectric sensor or proximity switch, which informs the
scanner of the presence of an object within its reading zone.
UPC
Acronym for Universal Product Code. The standard barcode type for retail food packaging in
the United States.
Visible Laser Diode
A light source used in scanners to illuminate the barcode symbol. Generates visible red light
at wavelengths between 630 and 680 nm.
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INDEX
Linear Code Reading, 88
2
25-Pin Cable Electrical Connections, 55
A
Accessories, 24
Advanced Code Reconstruction (ACRLite), 84
Auxiliary RS232 Interface, 48, 66
C
CBX Electrical Connections, 37
CE Compliance, viii
Cleaning, 94
Code Verifier, 52, 70
D
DS2400N Description, 15
F
M
Main Serial Interface, 38, 56
Mechanical Installation, 26
Model Description, 23
Mounting DS2400N, 27
Multiplexer Layout, 83
O
Outputs, 52, 70
P
Package Contents, 25
Pass-Through, 74
Patents, v
Performance, 90
Picket-Fence Mode, 89
Point-to-Point, 72
Positioning, 36
Power Supply, vii, 38, 56
FCC Compliance, vii
R
G
General View, x
GFC-200, 30
GFC-2020, 28
GFC-2100, 29
Glossary, 100
H
Handling, viii
I
ID-NET™, 76
ID-NET™ Cables, 43, 61
ID-NET™ Interface, 43, 61
ID-NET™ Network Termination, 48, 66
ID-NET™ Response Time, 44, 62
Inputs, 49, 67
Installation, 25
L
Laser Safety, vi
LEDs, 16
Reading Diagrams, 91
Reading Features, 84
References, v
Reset Scanner, 22
RS232 Interface, 39, 57
RS232 Master/Slave, 82
RS485 Full Duplex, 40, 58
RS485 Half Duplex, 41, 59
S
Step-Ladder Mode, 88
Subzero Temperature Models, 22
Support Through The Website, v
T
Technical Features, 98
Troubleshooting, 95
Typical Layouts, 72
X
X-PRESS™ Human Machine Interface, 19
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DECLARATION OF CONFORMITY
EC-031
Rev.: 4
Pag.: 1 di 1
Datalogic Automation S.r.l.
Via Lavino 265
40050 Monte San Pietro
Bologna - Italy
www.automation.datalogic.com
declares that the
DS2400N; Laser Scanner
and all its models
are in conformity with the requirements of the European Council Directives listed below:
2004 / 108 / EC EMC Directive
______________________________________________
This Declaration is based upon compliance of the products to the following standards:
EN 55022 ( CLASS A ITE ), DECEMBER 2010:
INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY EQUIPMENT
RADIO DISTURBANCE CHARACTERISTICS
LIMITS AND METHODS OF MEASUREMENTS
EN 61000-6-2, SEPTEMBER 2005:
ELECTROMAGNETIC COMPATIBILITY (EMC)
PART 6-2: GENERIC STANDARDS - IMMUNITY FOR INDUSTRIAL
ENVIRONMENTS
Monte San Pietro, January 24th, 2012
Paolo Morselli
Quality Manager
UNI EN ISO 14001
DECLARATION OF CONFORMITY
EC-016
Rev.: 4
Pag.: 1 di 1
Datalogic Automation S.r.l.
Via Lavino 265
40050 Monte San Pietro
Bologna - Italy
www.automation.datalogic.com
declares that the
OM2000N; Oscillating Mirror Laser Scanner
and all its models
are in conformity with the requirements of the European Council Directives listed below:
2004 / 108 / EC EMC Directive
______________________________________________
This Declaration is based upon compliance of the products to the following standards:
EN 55022 ( CLASS A ITE ), DECEMBER 2010:
INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY EQUIPMENT
RADIO DISTURBANCE CHARACTERISTICS
LIMITS AND METHODS OF MEASUREMENTS
EN 61000-6-2, SEPTEMBER 2005:
ELECTROMAGNETIC COMPATIBILITY (EMC)
PART 6-2: GENERIC STANDARDS - IMMUNITY FOR INDUSTRIAL
ENVIRONMENTS
Monte San Pietro, January 26th, 2012
Paolo Morselli
Quality Manager
UNI EN ISO 14001
DECLARATION OF CONFORMITY
EC-127
Rev.: 1
Pag.: 1 di 1
Datalogic Automation S.r.l.
Via Lavino 265
40050 Monte San Pietro
Bologna - Italy
www.automation.datalogic.com
declares that the
CBX100; Connection Box Compact
CBX500; Connection Box Modular
BM100; Backup module
BM150; Display module
and all its models
are in conformity with the requirements of the European Council Directives listed below:
2004 / 108 / EC EMC Directive
______________________________________________
This Declaration is based upon compliance of the products to the following standards:
EN 55022 ( CLASS A ITE ), DECEMBER 2010:
INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY EQUIPMENT
RADIO DISTURBANCE CHARACTERISTICS
LIMITS AND METHODS OF MEASUREMENTS
EN 61000-6-2, SEPTEMBER 2005:
ELECTROMAGNETIC COMPATIBILITY (EMC)
PART 6-2: GENERIC STANDARDS - IMMUNITY FOR INDUSTRIAL
ENVIRONMENTS
Monte San Pietro, January 20th, 2012
Paolo Morselli
Quality Manager
UNI EN ISO 14001
DECLARATION OF CONFORMITY
EC-128
Rev.: 2
Pag.: 1 di 1
Datalogic Automation S.r.l.
Via Lavino 265
40050 Monte San Pietro
Bologna - Italy
www.automation.datalogic.com
declares that the
QLxxx and QLMxxx; Connection module
and all its models
are in conformity with the requirements of the European Council Directives listed below:
2004 / 108 / EC EMC Directive
______________________________________________
This Declaration is based upon compliance of the products to the following standards:
EN 55022 ( CLASS A ITE ), DECEMBER 2010:
INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY EQUIPMENT
RADIO DISTURBANCE CHARACTERISTICS
LIMITS AND METHODS OF MEASUREMENTS
EN 61000-6-2, SEPTEMBER 2005:
ELECTROMAGNETIC COMPATIBILITY (EMC)
PART 6-2: GENERIC STANDARDS - IMMUNITY FOR INDUSTRIAL
ENVIRONMENTS
Monte San Pietro, January 20th , 2012
Paolo Morselli
Quality Manager
UNI EN ISO 14001
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