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Birch BX-211 Specifications
Table of contents
1. Introduction……………………………………...1
1.1 Safety & caution………...……………….1
1.2 FCC warning..…………...……………. ...2
1.3 Labeling…………………...…………….. 2
2. General Description ..................................... 3
2.1 Product Description............................. 3
2.2 Illustration ........................................... 3
3. Installation ................................................... 4
3.1 Unpacking .......................................... 4
3.2 Mounting ............................................ 4
4. Configuring.................................................. 6
4.1 Preface............................................... 6
4.2 Changing Scanner Settings with
Programming Codes ........................... 6
4.3 Changing Scanner Settings with Utility
Tool .................................................... 7
4.4 Factory Default Settings ...................... 7
5. Operating Settings ........................................ 8
5.1 Scanning Triggering ............................ 8
5.2 Time Out .......................................... 10
5.3 Good Read Mode ............................. 11
5.4 Buzzer Beep Tone ............................ 11
5.5 Good Read Duration ......................... 12
5.6 Bad Read Message Settings ............. 13
6. Imager Settings .......................................... 14
6.1 Imager Mode .................................... 14
6.2 Firmware Version.............................. 14
7. Programming Codes .................................. 15
7.1 Factory Default ................................. 15
7.2 RS232 Parameters (for BX-211) ........ 16
7.3 USB Parameter (for BX-211) ............. 21
7.4 Decoding Selection ........................... 22
7.5 Australian Post Settings .................... 29
7.6 Aztec Settings................................... 29
7.7 BPO Settings .................................... 30
7.8 Canada Post Settings ....................... 31
7.9 Codabar Settings .............................. 31
7.10 Codablock Settings ........................... 33
7.11 Code 11 Settings .............................. 34
7.12 Code 39 Settings .............................. 34
7.13 Code 93 / Code 93i Settings.............. 36
7.14 Code 128 / GSI-128 Settings ............. 37
7.15 DataMatrix Settings........................... 39
7.16 Dutch Post Settings .......................... 39
7.17 EAN /UPC Parameters Settings ........ 40
7.18 GS1 Composite Settings ................... 43
7.19 GS1 DataBar Settings ....................... 45
7.20 Infomail Settings ............................... 45
7.21 Interleaved 2 of 5 Parameters ........... 46
7.22 Japan Post Settings .......................... 47
7.23 Matrix 2 of 5 Settings ........................ 47
7.24 MaxiCode Settings............................ 48
7.25 MicroPDF417 Settings ...................... 49
7.26 MSI code parameters Settings........... 49
7.27 PDF417 Settings............................... 50
7.28 Planet settings .................................. 52
7.29 Plessey Code Parameters ................. 53
7.30 Postnet Settings................................ 53
7.31 QR Code Settings ............................. 54
7.32 Standard 2 of 5 Settings .................... 54
7.33 Sweden Post Settings........................ 55
7.34 Telepen Settings ............................... 55
7.35 TLC 39 Settings ................................ 56
7.36 Miscellaneous Parameters ………..... 57
7.37 Preambles and Postambles…...…..... 57
Appendixes .................................................... 59
A. Readable Symbologies ..................... 59
B. Technical Specifications .................... 60
C. Scan Map ......................................... 62
D. Test Symbologies…………………….. 63
1. Introduction
Thank you for purchasing this brand-new designed 2D
imager hand held barcode scanner.
This is a cutting-edge gun-type Area Imaging barcode
scanner which is designed specifically for government
administration, custom control, shipping industry and
etc.That adds on more user friendly functions and has
replaceable cable that makes it more easily to be
operated by the customers.
This high performance gun-type scanner provides the
customer with the most cost effective solution in the
market. It is perfectly suitable and definitely the best
choice for you.
1.1 Safety & caution
1) Please read the following safety statement carefully.
2) Please preserve this user manual for reference
sometime.
3) Before cleaning the device, the users must cut off
all AC power. Do not use liquid or spray type of
detersive to clean the device. Please use dampish
cotton cloth to clean the device.
4) The outlet must set nearby the device for
connecting power easily.
5) Keep the device dry to avoid short circuit.
6) During installation you must fix the equipment at
solid table to avoid damage caused by falling.
7) Before inserting power please ensure the voltage is
healthy to the equipment.
8) For safety please tie wire well and don’t put
anything on the wire.
9) If you don’t use this equipment for long time,
please cut off the power to avoid damage from
surge power.
10) Don’t spray any liquid on this scanner because it
may cause a fire or short circuit.
11) Please do not open the equipment. For safety only
the qualified serviceman can open the equipment.
12) If there are the following situations please contact
with the qualified serviceman to check this
equipment.
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13) The damage of wire or pin of power supply.
14) Some Liquid infiltrate into the equipment.
15) The equipment has been exposed to wet
environment.
16) The equipment can’t work well.
17) The equipment has any obvious damage, making
the device working abnormally.
18) Don’t storage the device at the temperature lower
than -20°C (-4°F) or higher than +70°C (158°F) to
avoid any damage.
1.2 FCC warning
This equipment complies with the requirements in
Part 15 of FCC.
Any operation must comply with the conditions
below:
1) The equipment will not cause any severe
interference.
2) The equipment can avoid any interference from
environment.
Statement:
This product is classified as B class product.
In environment this product may cause some
interference. In this situation the user may do
something to avoid interference.
1.3 Labeling
BX-211 serial
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2. General Description
2.1 Product Description
BX-211 is a high performance wire 2D imager barcode
scanner supporting liner, area imager barcode
scanning and picture capture.
This device is very easy to configure by this manual,
you can set up by scanning all necessary programming
codes one time that meet applications, the settings are
directly saved permanently, and all settings can be
disabled after scan reset factory default.
2.2 Illustration
BX-211 Series
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3. Installation
3.1 Unpacking
1) Take device and its accessories out of the box.
2) Remove the packing material.
3) Check the standard shipment packing list to make
sure you have received all of the items ordered.
BX-211 series
- 2D Imager Scanner
- Power Adaptor (if applied)
- Communication Cable
- Quick Start Guide
4) Visually inspect the device and accessories for any
evidence of physical damage.
5) If anything is missing or appears to be damaged,
immediately contact your dealer.
ATTENTION:
Store the packing material and boxes: it should
be used whenever the device is transported for
servicing.
3.2 Mounting
Once you have unpacked all components, you can
start installing the device as below steps:
BX-211 2D Imager Barcode Scanner
1)
2)
3)
4)
5)
Connect the supplied communication cable at the
bottom side of the scanner and you will hear a
“click” when the connection is made.
Turn off the host system.
Connect the communication cable to Host system.
Connect the Power supply (if needed) to Power
cable inlet. And plug the power supply into the AC
outlet.
Turn on the host system.
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USB Driver
In case you will use the device with USB virtual com
port emulation, please contact with your dealer and
download the correct USB driver for virtual com port.
Since it is necessary to install the USB driver on
your Host system and operate correctly between the
device and your system.
Switching Cable
Before removing the cable from the scanner, it’s
recommended to turn off the power of the host
system and the power supply has been
disconnected from unit.
1) Find the small “Pin-hole” on the bottom of the
unit.
2) Use a bended regular paperclip and insert the
tip into the hole.
3) You will hear a “click”, then gentle on the strainrelief of the cable and it will slide out of the
scanner.
Skip resistant pad position
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4. Configuring
4.1 Preface
How to configure this device: The Barcode
Programming Feature gives the possibility to change
the scanner settings with use programming codes.
4.2 Changing Scanner Settings with
Programming Codes
You can setup your device by scanning all necessary
programming codes for parameters that meet
applications. After these scans, the device will save
directly and permanently. To go back to the factory
default settings, just scans the programming code
factory default.
In order to change the scanner settings please follow
the sequence below:
1)
2)
Power-up the scanner.
Change scanner settings by scanning any of the
programming code that meet applications.
An Example:
For changing the Baud rate to 38400 only scan the
programming code that represents this.
After reading a valid programming code the scanner
will give a High beep and the green led indicator will
lights on.
At any moment, you can stop your programming and
read programming code factory default to go back to
default.
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4.3 Changing Scanner Settings with
Utility Tool
Manufacturer has setup this scanner with the most
common used programming codes, it could be
possible that you need more advanced settings to use
the scanner without any problems into your application.
In this case you can setup your scanner by using the
advanced Utility Tool. This tool can be used with the
following operation systems: Windows98,
Windows2000, Windows XP en Windows Vista.
This Utility Tool can be delivered on request. Please
contact your dealer
4.4 Factory Default Settings
The factory default settings are shown with * and bold
in the followings sections
The readable and default enable symbologies list,
please see Appendixes A.
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5. Operating Settings
5.1 Scanning Triggering
<Level>
A reading session begins (lighting and decode
processing on) when beam is activated and stops
when beam is deactivated.
Continuous Scanning
When the scanner is turned on a continuous reading
session begins (lighting and decode processing on).
Pulse
A reading session begins when beam is activated and
stays on until a period of inactivity lasting the time
specified by the timeout.
After the timeout, the scan engine turns off.
Continuous + Flashing
When the scan engine is turned on, a reading session
begins (no need to activate the beam).
After a period of inactivity lasting the time specified by
the timeout, the scan engine starts flashing, checking
for a barcode to be read.
When a barcode is detected, the lighting automatically
turns on and stays on until another period of inactivity
(timeout).
After the timeout the scan engine starts flashing again.
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Level + Flashing
This mode allows you the switch between level and
flashing mode.
When the scanner is turned on it is in flashing mode
(see flashing mode for explanation).
You can automatically switch to level mode by
activating the beam line.
After a period of inactivity lasting the time specified by
the timeout the scan engine switches back to flashing
mode.
Flashing
Flashing mode allows power up the lighting and
decoding are on (no need to activate the trigger line)
and after a period of inactivity lasting the time specified
by the trigger timeout, the scanner starts flashing,
checking for a bar code to be read.
When a bar code is detected, the lighting and decoding
automatically turn on and stay on until another period
of inactivity (timeout), after the timeout the scanner
starts flashing again.
Autostand
This mode allows you to switch from Flashing trigger
mode to Level trigger mode.
Autostand begins in flashing mode: At power up the
lighting and decoding are on (no need to activate the
trigger line) and after a period of inactivity lasting the
time specified by the trigger timeout, the scanner starts
flashing.
To switch to Level trigger mode activate the trigger line
(press the trigger).
When in Level trigger mode, after a period of inactivity
lasting the time specified by the trigger timeout, the
scanner switches back to flashing mode.
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Toggle
This mode allows lighting and decoding toggle when
the trigger line is activated.
First trigger activation = lighting and decoding on,
second trigger activation = lighting and decoding off.
Presentation
This mode allows power up lighting and decoding are
on. After a period of inactivity lasting the time specified
by the trigger timeout, the lighting turns off or is
dimmed. When a new bar code is presented the
lighting and decoding restart and stay on until another
period inactivity.
5.2 Time Out
<2 sec>
4 sec
6 sec
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5.3 Good Read Mode
When active, the scan engine stops the reading
session after a successful decoding.
Note: This parameter is NOT used with continuous and
continuous + flashing modes.
<Active >
Not Active
5.4 Buzzer Beep Tone
5.4.1 Beep Tone Setup
<High >
Medium
Low
5.4.2 Good Read Beeps
<One Beep >
Two Beeps
None
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5.4.3 Beep Duration
60 msec
<80 msec>
200 msec
Off
5.4.4 Timing
<During Transmission>
Before Transmission
After Transmission
5.5 Good Read Duration
5.5.1 Good Read Led Duration
<80 msec >
0.5 sec
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1 sec
Off
5.5.2 Error Beep
<On >
Off
5.5.3 Setup Beep
<On>
Off
5.6 Bad Read Message Settings
<Default = "NOREAD" >
Active
<Not Active >
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6. Imager Settings
6.1 Imager Mode
You can set the best reading performance depends on
the environment, your used application and type of
barcodes.
 Linear mode for decode 1D Barcodes.
 Area mode for decode 1D and 2D barcodes.
Area mode allows you to set the position of the BX-211
in any direction regardless of the orientation of the
barcode, and perform a good read on 1D and 2D
barcodes.
Linear mode allows you to increase your decoding
speed while scanning 1D barcodes. But, you need to
position the beam across all bars in the 1D barcode.
<Area imager>
Linear imager
1D and 2D Codes, Bright Environment
1D and 2D Codes With
Reflective Surface
6.2 Firmware Version
Display the firmware version of the scanner, please
scan below barcode.
Firmware Version
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7. Programming Codes
7.1 Factory Default
The default RS232 settings are 57600 baud, 8 data
bits, and no parity.
The factory default settings are shown with bold
< > in the following pages.
7.1.1 To set the scanner parameters to factory
default
Set factory default
Reset all configuration parameters to their factory
default setting. After this reset you must select all
required parameters that meet applications.
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7.2 RS232 Parameters
7.2.1 Baud Rate
75
150
300
600
1200
2400
4800
9600
19200
38400
<57600>
115200
16
128000
230400
256000
460800
7.2.2 Data Bits
Data Bits 7
<Data Bits 8>
7.2.3 Stop Bits
<Stop Bits 1>
Stop Bits 2
7.2.4 Parity
<None>
Even
Odd
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7.2.5 Hardware/Software Protocols Timeout
Compose (ms): 500
<Compose (ms):1000>
Compose (ms): 1500
Compose (ms): 2000
Compose (ms): 2550
7.2.6 RS-232 Parameters–ENQ
<Not Active>
Active
<Default: 05H>
7.2.7 RS-232 Parameters–ACK
<Not Active>
Active
<Default: 06H>
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7.2.8 RS-232 Parameters–NAK
<Not Active>
Active
<Default: 15H>
7.2.9 Software Protocol–XON/XOFF
Active
<Not Active>
7.2.10 Hardware Protocol–RTS/CTS
<Not Active>
Active, RTS idle after each
character
Active, RTS idle after
whole message
7.2.11
RS-232 Parameters-LRC
(Longitudinal Redundancy Check)
<Not Active>
Active
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7.2.12 RS-232 Parameters-Inter-Character
Delay
<None>
10 ms
20 ms
30 ms
40 ms
50 ms
7.2.13 RS-232 Parameters-Inter-Message
Delay
<None>
10 ms
30 ms
50 ms
80 ms
100 ms
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7.3 USB Parameter
USB Mode
Note: The “Set factory default” setting (Chapter 7.1.1)
would return to the original default setting instead of
the customized setting. That is, if you are using the
USB interface, your device will lose USB interface
settings when the “Set factory default” be set. Then
you must to re-configure USB mode setting barcode
again.
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7.4 Decoding Selection
7.4.1 Symbologies Selection
Australian Post ON
<Australian Post OFF>
AZTEC ON
<AZTEC OFF>
BPO ON
<BPO OFF>
Canada Post ON
<Canada Post OFF >
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CODABAR ON
<CODABAR OFF>
Codablock A ON
<Codablock A OFF >
Codablock F ON
<Codablock F OFF >
CODE 11 ON
<CODE 11 OFF>
<CODE 39 ON>
CODE 39 OFF
CODE 93 ON
<CODE 93 OFF>
<CODE 128 ON>
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CODE 128 OFF
<GS1-128 ON>
GS1-128 OFF
<DATAMATRIX ON>
DATAMATRIX OFF
Dutch Post ON
<Dutch Post OFF>
<EAN-8 ON>
EAN-8 OFF
<EAN-13 ON>
EAN-13 OFF
<EAN 128 ON>
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EAN 128 OFF
GS1 CC-A/B ON
<GS1 CC-A/B OFF>
GS1 CC-C ON
<GS1 CC-C OFF>
GS1 DataBar-Omni ON
<GS1 DataBar Omni OFF >
GS1 DataBar Limited ON
<GS1 DataBar Limited OFF>
GS1 DataBar Expanded ON
<GS1 DataBar Expanded>
Infomail ON
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<Infomail OFF>
Interleaved 2 of 5 ON
<Interleaved 2 of 5 OFF>
Japan Post ON
<Japan Post OFF>
Matrix 2 of 5 ON
<Matrix 2 of 5 OFF >
MaxiCode ON
<MaxiCode OFF>
MicroPDF417 ON
<MicroPDF417 OFF>
MSI ON
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<MSI OFF>
<PDF417 ON>
PDF417 OFF
Planet ON
<Planet OFF>
PLESSEY ON
<PLESSEY OFF>
Postnet ON
<Postnet OFF>
QR Code ON
<QR Code OFF>
Standard 2 of 5 ON
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<Standard 2 of 5 OFF>
Sweden Post ON
<Sweden Post OFF >
Telepen ON
<Telepen OFF>
TLC 39 ON
<TLC 39 OFF>
<UPC-A ON>
UPC-A OFF
<UPC-E ON>
UPC-E OFF
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7.4.2 Disable All Symbologies.
If you want to disable all Symbologies, please
scan below programming code. Or you can scan
the “Off” option to disable individual symbologies.
Disable All Symbologies
Note: Do not reset individual parameters settings for
each symbology. When you enable a symbology, you
will recover the parameter settings stored in memory.
Anytime, you may reset to factory defaults by scanning
the programming code of “Set factory default” (please
see 7.1.1)
7.5 Australian Post Settings
7.7.1 Symbology Identifier
<UDSI-Default"P3">
<Code Mark-Default"*">
7.6 Aztec Settings
7.6.1 Structure Append Mode
Active
< Not Active>
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7.6.2 Aztec Runes
Active
<Not Active>
7.6.3 GS1-128 Emulation
Active
<Not Active>
7.6.4 Symbology Identifier
<UDSI-Default"D3">
<Code Mark-Default"*">
7.7 BPO Settings
7.7.1 Symbology Identifier
<UDSI-Default"P2">
<Code Mark-Default"*">
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7.7.2 Check Digit Transmission
<Active>
Not Active
7.8 Canada Post Settings
7.8.1
Symbology Identifier
<UDSI-Default"P6">
< Code Mark-Default"*">
7.9 Codabar Settings
7.9.1
Symbology Identifier
<UDSI-Default"B7">
<Code Mark- Default"D">
7.9.2
Start/Stop
<Not Transmitted>
Transmitted-a,b,c,d
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Transmitted-A,B,C,D
Transmitted-a,b,c,d/t,n,*,e
Transmitted-DC1,DC2,DC3,DC4
7.9.3
CLSI Library System
Active (insert spaces)
<Not Active>
7.9.4
Check Digit Verification
Used
<Not Used>
7.9.5
Check Digit Transmission
Transmitted
<Not Transmitted>
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7.9.6
Concatenation
<Not Active >
Transmit All Codes
(Single,Concatenated)
Transmit Concatenated Codes Only
<No Start/Stop Restrictions>
Stop 1 = Start 2
ABC (American Blood
Commission)
7.10
Codablock Settings
7.10.1 Symbology Identifier
<Codablock A
UDSI-Default"K0">
<Codablock A
Code Mark-Default"*">
<Codablock F
UDSI-Default"K1">
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<Codablock F
Code Mark-Default"*">
7.11
Code 11 Settings
7.11.1 Symbology Identifier
<UDSI-Default"C1">
<Code Mark-Default"*">
Check Digits
<1 Digit>
2 Digits
<Checked and Transmitted>
Checked but not
Transmitted
7.12
Code 39 Settings
7.12.1 Symbology Identifier
<UDSI-Default"B1">
<Code Mark-Default"*">
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7.12.2 Format
<Standard 43 Characters>
Full ASCII (Extended)
7.12.3 Start/Stop
<Not Transmitted>
Transmitted
7.12.4 Accepted Characters
<Only(Standard Code 39)>
$ Only(Trioptic Code 39)
$ and *
(Standard and Trioptic Code 39)
7.12.5 Check Digit Verification
<Not Used >
Modulo 43
French CIP
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Italian CPI
<Check Digit not Transmitted >
Check Digit Transmitted
7.12.6 Reading Range
<Extended >
Normal
7.12.7 Reading Tolerance
<High >
Medium
Low
7.13
Code 93 / Code 93i Settings
7.13.1 Symbology Identifier
<UDSI-Default"B6">
<Code Mark-Default"D">
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7.14
Code 128 / GSI-128 Settings
7.14.1 Symbology Identifier
<UDSI-Code 128-Default"B3">
<UDSI-GS1-128-Default"C9">
<Code Mark-Code 128-Default"D">
<Code Mark-GS1-128-Default"D">
7.14.2 GS1-128 Identifier
<Include ]C1 Identifier>
Remove ]C1 Identifier
7.14.3 CIP 128 French Pharmaceutical Codes
Active
<Not Active >
<FNC1 Separator Character
(GS1-128 norms)-<GS>(1Dh)>
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7.14.4 Reading Tolerance
<High >
Medium
Low
7.14.5 ISBT 128
Active
<Not active >
Transmit Single
<Codes Only >
Transmit Concatenated
Codes Only
Transmit Single Codes/
Concatenated Codes
<Concatenate Authorized
ISBT 128 Code Pairs Only>
Concatenate All
ISBT 128 Code Pairs
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7.14.6 GTIN Processing for GS1-128
Active
<Not Active >
7.14.7 Unconventional GS1-128
<Active>
Not Active
7.15
DataMatrix Settings
7.17.1 Symbology Identifier
<UDSI-Default"D0">
<Code Mark-Default"*">
7.16
Dutch Post Settings
7.18.1 Symbology Identifier
<UDSI-Default"P4">
<Code Mark-Default"*">
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7.17
EAN /UPC Parameters Settings
7.17.1 Reading Type
<UPC-A Transmitted As EAN-13>
UPC-A Transmitted As UPC-A
<UPC-E Transmitted As UPC-E >
UPC-E Transmitted As UPC-A
EAN-8 Transmitted As EAN 8 >
EAN-8 Transmitted As EAN-13
ISBN – Active
<ISBN - Not Active>
ISMN – Active
<ISMN - Not Active>
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ISSN – Active
<ISSN - Not Active >
GTIN Processing – Active
<GTIN Processing - Not
Active >
7.17.2 Supplemental Setup
<ADD-ON Digits Not Required
but Transmitted If Read>
ADD-ON Digits
Required and Transmitted
ADD-ON 2 ON
<ADD-ON 2 OFF >
ADD-ON 5 ON
<ADD-ON 5 OFF >
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7.17.3 Check Digit Transmission
<UPC-A Check Digit
Transmission ON >
UPC-A Check Digit
Transmission OFF
<UPC-E Check Digit
Transmission ON >
UPC-E Check Digit
Transmission OFF
<EAN-8 Check Digit
Transmitted ON >
EAN-8 Check Digit
Transmission OFF
<EAN-13 Check Digit
Transmitted ON >
EAN-8 Check Digit
Transmission OFF
7.17.4 Symbology Identifier
<UDSI–UPC-A-Default"A0">
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<UDSI–UPC-E-Default"E0">
<UDSI–EAN-8-Default"FF">
<UDSI–EAN-13-Default"F">
<Code Mark–UPC-A-Default"A">
<Code Mark–UPC-E-Default"E">
<Code Mark–EAN-8-Default"FF">
<Code Mark–EAN-13-Default"F">
7.18
GS1 Composite Settings
7.18.1 EAN/UPC Composite Message
Decoding
<Auto-Discriminate >
Always Linked
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Never Linked
7.18.2 Symbology Identifier
<UDSI–CC-A/B-Default"G0">
<UDSI–CC-C-Default"G1">
<Code Mark–CC-A/B-Default"*">
<Code Mark–CC-CDefault"*">
7.18.3 Linear Transmission Only
Active
<Not Active >
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7.19
GS1 DataBar Settings
7.19.1 Symbology Identifier
<Omni-UDSI-Default"C3">
<Omni-Code MarkDefault"*">
<Limited-UDSI-Default"C4">
<Limited-Code MarkDefault"*">
<Expanded-UDSI-Default"C5">
<Expanded-Code MarkDefault"*">
7.20
Infomail Settings
7.20.1 Symbology Identifier
<UDSI-Default"P8">
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<Code Mark-Default "*">
7.21
Interleaved 2 of 5 Parameters
7.21.1 Check Digit Verification
<Not Used >
Modulo 10
French CIP
<Not Transmitted >
Transmitted
7.21.2 Symbology Identifier
<UDSI-Default"B2">
<Code Mark-Default"I">
7.21.3 Reading Tolerance
<High >
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Medium
Low
7.22
Japan Post Settings
7.22.1 Symbology Identifier
<UDSI-Default"P5">
<Code Mark-Default"*">
7.22.2 Check Digit Transmission
<Active >
Not Active
7.23
Matrix 2 of 5 Settings
7.23.1 Symbology Identifier
<UDSI-Default"B4">
<Code Mark-Default"D">
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<Code Mark-Regular>
Code Mark-China Post
7.24
MaxiCode Settings
7.24.1 Symbology Identifier
<UDSI-Default"D2">
<Code Mark-Default"*">
7.24.2 Mode 0
Active
<Not Active>
7.24.3 Header
<Regular(AIM)>
Extended
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7.25
MicroPDF417 Settings
7.25.1 Symbology Identifier
<UDSI–Default"C8">
<Code Mark-Default"*">
7.25.2 Code 128 Emulation
Active
<Not Active >
7.26
MSI code parameters Settings
7.26.1 Symbology Identifier
<UDSI-Default"B8">
<Code Mark-Default"D">
7.26.2 Check Digit Verification
<Modulo 10 >
Double Modulo 10
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Check Digit Transmitted >
Check Digit Not
Transmitted
7.27
PDF417 Settings
7.27.1 Symbology Identifier
<UDSI-Default"C7">
<Code Mark-Default"*">
7.27.2 Irregular PDF
Active
<Not Active>
7.27.3 Control Header
Transmitted
<Not Transmitted>
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7.27.4 Optional Fields
File Name Transmitted
<File Name
Not Transmitted >
Segment Count Transmitted
<Segment Count
Not Transmitted >
Time Stamp Transmitted
<Time Stamp
Not Transmitted >
Sender Transmitted
<Sender Not
Transmitted >
Addressee Transmitted
<Addressee
Not Transmitted >
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File Size Transmitted
<File Size
Not Transmitted >
Checksum Transmitted
<Checksum Not
Transmitted >
7.28
Planet settings
7.28.1 Symbology Identifier
<UDSI-Default"P1">
<Code Mark-Default"*">
7.28.2 Check Digit Transmission
<Active >
Not Active
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7.29
Plessey Code Parameters
7.29.1 Symbology Identifier
<UDSI–Default"C2">
<Code Mark-Default"D">
7.29.2 Check Digit Transmission
Check Digit Transmitted
<Check Digit
Not Transmitted >
7.30
Postnet Settings
7.30.1 Symbology Identifier
<UDSI-Default"P0">
<Code Mark-Default"*">
7.30.2 Check Digit Transmission
<Active>
Not Active
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7.31
QR Code Settings
7.31.1 Model 1 Control
Active
<Not Active >
7.31.2 Symbology Identifier
<UDSI-Default"D1">
<Code Mark-Default"*">
7.32
Standard 2 of 5 Settings
7.32.1 Symbology Identifier
<UDSI-Default"B5">
<Code Mark-Default"D">
7.32.2 Format
<Identicon (6 start/stop bars)>
Computer Identics
(4 start/stop bars)
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7.32.3 Check Digit Verification
<Not Used >
Modulo 10
Transmitted
Not Transmitted >
7.33
Sweden Post Settings
7.33.1 Symbology Identifier
<UDSI-Default"P7">
<Code Mark-Default "*">
7.34
Telepen Settings
7.34.1 Symbology Identifier
<UDSI-Default"C6">
<Code Mark-Default"*">
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7.34.2 Format
<ASCII>
Numeric
7.35
TLC 39 Settings
7.35.1 Symbology Identifier
<UDSI-Default"H0">
<Code Mark-Default"*">
7.35.2 Linear Transmission Only
Active
<Not Active >
7.35.3 ECI security
<10>
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7.36
Miscellaneous Parameters
7.36.1 Symbology Identifier
Symbology Identifier Transmitted
<Symbology Identifier
Not Transmitted>
With this function ON, a leading character will be
added to the output string while scanning codes, user
may refer to the following table to know what kind of
barcode is scanned.
Please refer to the table below for matching code
Symbology Identifier of codes read in.
ID
Aztec
Codabar
Code 11
Code 39
Code 93
Code 128
DataMatrix
EAN-8
EAN-13
EAN-128
7.37
*
D
*
*
D
D
*
FF
F
D
Code Type
Interleaved 2 of 5
GS1 DataBar Omini
GS1 DataBar Expanded
GS1 DataBar Limited
MSI code
Plessey Code
PDF417
MicroPDF417
UPC-A
UPC-E
ID
I
*
*
*
*
D
*
*
A
E
Preambles and Postambles
7.37.1 Preamble
The scanner can be programmed to output Barcode
data according to the following format: [PREAMBLE
STRING] [BAR CODE DATA]
Example:
To send a <STX> in front of the barcode, scan only
programming code <STX>.
As a result, the scanner will give the following barcode
output: [<STX>] [BAR CODE DATA]
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<Preamble None >
<STX>
7.37.2 Postamble
The scanner can be programmed to output Barcode
data according to the following format: [BAR CODE
DATA] [POSTAMBLE STRING]
Example:
To send a <ETX> after the Barcode, scan only
programming code <ETX>.
As a result, the scanner will give the following barcode
data output:
[BAR CODE DATA] [<ETX>]
Postamble None
<CR+LF >
CR
LF
<ETX>
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Appendixes
A. Readable Symbologies
A-1. 1D Symbologies
Symbologies
Readable
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EAN/UPC
UCC/EAN128
ISBN
ISBT
Code 11
Code 39
Code 93/93i
Code 128
Interleaved 2 of 5
Matrix 2 of 5
Instustrial 2 of 5
Standard 2 of 5
Codabar
MSI
Plessey
Telepen
BPO
Codablock
Informail
Planet
TLC 39
Postnet
Postal codes
GS1-128
GS1 CC-A/B/C
GS1 DataBar
Omnidirectional
GS1 DataBar
Limited
GS1 DataBar
Expanded
Default
Enable
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A-2. 2D Symbologies
Symbologies
Readable
Data Matrix
PDF417
MicroPDF417
MaxiCode
QR code
Aztec
EAN.UCC
composite
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Default
Enable
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B. Technical Specifications
B-1 Physical Characteristics
Weight
Scanner
KBW cable
RS232 Cable
USB Cable
AC adaptor
Material
Connector
Cable Length
Dimension
Approx. 135g
Approx. 75g
Approx. 123g
Approx. 67g
Approx. 125g
ABS Plastic
RJ 45C 10Pins
5Ft. (150mm)
193x90x72mm
B-2 Performance characteristics
Light
source
Scan rate
Optical
resolution
Scan angle
Visible Red light 650nm ±
10nm
200scans/sec auto adaptive in
linear mode
56 images/sec auto adaptive
in area mode
752 Horizontal x 480 Vertical
pixels, 256 gray levels
Horizontal 70°±10% (Forward: 20°
/ Backward: 50°)
Vertical 80°±10%
(Left 40°/ Right
40°)
Interface
RS232, USB (HID KBW and
Virtual COM Port)
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B-3 Indicator LED Status
Light
Signal
1 blink and 1
Green
beep
Status
good read
and transmitted
B-4 Electrical Characteristics
Operation
Voltage
Current
Operating
Current Standby
AC transformers
5 VDC ±5%
450 mA (max) @ 5
VDC
37 mA typical @ 5 VDC
5.2 VDC @ 650 mA /
Input AC 100-240V
B-5 Environmental
Operating Temp
Storage Temp.
Relative
Humidity
Ambient light
0°C to 50°C
-20°C to 70°C
0 to 95% noncondensing
100,000 Lux (direct
sunlight)
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C. Scan Map
Symbolog
y
Code 39
UPC / EAN
Data
matrix
PDF417
Density
0.125
mm
0.20mm
0.25mm
0.5mm
1mm
0.33 mm
0.191
mm
0.254
mm
0.381
mm
0.16 mm
0.254
mm
0.381
mm
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Minimu
m
Distance
(+/10%)
5.2 cm
Maximu
m
Distance
(+/10%)
12.1 cm
2.0 cm
2.4 cm
4 cm
7 cm
4 cm
5.3 cm
21.5 cm
26 cm
44 cm
82 cm
31 cm
16.2 cm
3.8 cm
21 cm
*
28 cm
5.2 cm
3.5 cm
14.4 cm
22 cm
3 cm
36 cm
D. Test Symbologies
Scan one or more of these barcodes to test barcode
symbologies you enabled.
Codabar
Code 39
Code 93
Code 128
DataMatrix
EAN 8
1234 5670
EAN13
1 234567 890128
EAN 128
Interleaved 2 of 5
MSI code
PDF417
GS1 DataBar
Omnidirectional
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GS1 DataBar Omni Stacked
GS1 DataBar Expanded
GS1DataBar Expanded
Stacked
GS1 DataBar Limited
UPC A
0
12345 67890
5
UPC E
0
0145-88E004
V00
64
123456
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