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Datalogic Compact 2D Reader Matrix-2000 Instruction manual
MATRIX 200™
Reference Manual
Datalogic Automation S.r.l.
Via S. Vitalino 13
40012 - Lippo di Calderara di Reno
Bologna - Italy
Matrix 200™ Reference Manual
Ed.: 03/2009
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trademark of Datalogic S.p.A.
 Datalogic Automation S.r.l. 2007 - 2009
09/03/09
CONTENTS
REFERENCES ............................................................................................................ vi
Conventions................................................................................................................. vi
Reference Documentation ........................................................................................... vi
Service and Support .................................................................................................... vi
Patents......................................................................................................................... vi
COMPLIANCE............................................................................................................ vii
EMC Compliance.........................................................................................................vii
Power Supply...............................................................................................................vii
LED Class....................................................................................................................vii
CE Compliance............................................................................................................vii
FCC Compliance .........................................................................................................vii
HANDLING................................................................................................................ viii
GENERAL VIEW .......................................................................................................... x
1
RAPID CONFIGURATION ........................................................................................... 1
Step 1 – Connect the System ....................................................................................... 1
Step 2 – Mount and Position the Reader...................................................................... 6
Step 3 – Aim the Reader .............................................................................................. 7
Step 4 – X-PRESS™ Configuration.............................................................................. 8
Step 5 – Installing VisiSet™ Configuration Program .................................................... 9
Step 6 – Configuration Using Setup Wizard ............................................................... 10
Step 7 – Test Mode .................................................................................................... 13
Advanced Reader Configuration................................................................................. 14
2
2.1
2.2
2.3
2.3.1
2.4
2.4.1
2.5
2.6
2.7
INTRODUCTION ........................................................................................................ 15
Product Description .................................................................................................... 15
Indicators and Keypad Button..................................................................................... 18
ID-NET™ .................................................................................................................... 19
How To Setup/Configure the Reader Network ........................................................... 20
X-PRESS™ Human Machine Interface ...................................................................... 22
X-PRESS™ Functions................................................................................................ 22
Model Description ....................................................................................................... 24
Accessories ................................................................................................................ 25
Application Examples ................................................................................................. 25
3
3.1
3.2
3.3
INSTALLATION ......................................................................................................... 28
Package Contents ...................................................................................................... 28
Mechanical Dimensions.............................................................................................. 29
Mounting and Positioning Matrix 200™ ...................................................................... 31
4
4.1
4.2
4.2.1
4.2.2
4.2.3
4.3
4.3.1
4.3.2
CBX ELECTRICAL CONNECTIONS......................................................................... 33
Power Supply.............................................................................................................. 34
Main Serial Interface................................................................................................... 34
RS232 Interface.......................................................................................................... 35
RS485 Full-Duplex Interface....................................................................................... 36
RS485 Half-Duplex Interface ...................................................................................... 37
ID-NET™ Interface ..................................................................................................... 39
ID-NET™ Cables ........................................................................................................ 39
ID-NET™ Response Time .......................................................................................... 40
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4.3.3
4.4
4.5
4.6
4.7
ID-NET™ Network Termination .................................................................................. 44
Auxiliary RS232 Interface ........................................................................................... 44
Inputs .......................................................................................................................... 45
Outputs ....................................................................................................................... 48
User Interface - Host................................................................................................... 50
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5.1
5.2
5.3
5.3.1
5.3.2
5.3.3
5.4
5.4.1
5.4.2
5.4.3
5.5
5.6
5.7
5.8
25-PIN CABLE ELECTRICAL CONNECTIONS ........................................................ 51
25-Pin Connector........................................................................................................ 51
Power Supply.............................................................................................................. 52
Main Serial Interface................................................................................................... 52
RS232 Interface.......................................................................................................... 53
RS485 Full-Duplex Interface....................................................................................... 54
RS485 Half-Duplex Interface ...................................................................................... 55
ID-NET™ Interface ..................................................................................................... 57
ID-NET™ Cables ........................................................................................................ 57
ID-NET™ Response Time .......................................................................................... 58
ID-NET™ Network Termination .................................................................................. 62
Auxiliary RS232 Interface ........................................................................................... 62
Inputs .......................................................................................................................... 63
Outputs ....................................................................................................................... 66
User Interface ............................................................................................................. 68
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6.1
6.2
6.3
6.4
6.5
6.6
TYPICAL LAYOUTS .................................................................................................. 69
Point-to-Point .............................................................................................................. 69
Pass-Through ............................................................................................................. 72
ID-NET™ .................................................................................................................... 73
RS232 Master/Slave................................................................................................... 78
Multiplexer .................................................................................................................. 79
USB Connection ......................................................................................................... 80
7
7.1
READING FEATURES............................................................................................... 81
Maximum Line Speed Calculation .............................................................................. 82
8
8.1
8.2
8.3
8.3.1
8.4
8.4.1
8.4.2
8.4.3
8.4.4
8.4.5
8.4.6
8.4.7
8.5
8.6
SOFTWARE CONFIGURATION................................................................................ 84
VisiSet™ System Requirements................................................................................. 84
Installing VisiSet™...................................................................................................... 84
Startup ........................................................................................................................85
VisiSet™ Options........................................................................................................ 86
Configuration .............................................................................................................. 88
Edit Reader Parameters ............................................................................................. 89
Send Configuration Options........................................................................................ 91
Calibration................................................................................................................... 94
Multi Image Acquisition Settings................................................................................. 98
Run Time Self Tuning (RTST) .................................................................................... 98
Region Of Interest Windowing .................................................................................... 99
Direct Part Marking Applications............................................................................... 100
Image Capture and Decoding................................................................................... 102
Statistics ................................................................................................................... 102
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9.1
MAINTENANCE ....................................................................................................... 103
Cleaning.................................................................................................................... 103
10
10.1
TROUBLESHOOTING ............................................................................................. 104
General Guidelines ................................................................................................... 104
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TECHNICAL FEATURES......................................................................................... 107
GLOSSARY.............................................................................................................. 109
INDEX....................................................................................................................... 112
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REFERENCES
CONVENTIONS
This manual uses the following conventions:
"User" refers to anyone using a Matrix 200™ reader.
"Reader" refers to the Matrix 200™ reader.
"You" refers to the System Administrator or Technical Support person using this manual to
install, configure, operate, maintain or troubleshoot a Matrix 200™ reader.
REFERENCE DOCUMENTATION
For further details refer to: the VisiSet™ Help On Line, Matrix Reading Methods, Matrix Host
Mode Programming, Matrix SW Parameter Guide, Matrix Code Quality Verifier Solution
provided as supplementary documentation on CD-ROM.
SERVICE AND SUPPORT
Datalogic provides several services as well as technical support through its website. Log on
to www.automation.datalogic.com and click on the links indicated for further information
including:

PRODUCTS
Search through the links to arrive at your product page where you can download specific
Manuals and Software & Utilities
- VisiSet™ a utility program, which allows device configuration using a PC. It provides
RS232 and USB interface configuration.

SERVICES & SUPPORT
- Datalogic Services - Warranty Extensions and Maintenance Agreements
- Authorised Repair Centres

CONTACT US
E-mail form and listing of Datalogic Subsidiaries
PATENTS
This product is covered by one or more of the following patents:
U.S. patents: 6,512,218 B1; 6,616,039 B1; 6,808,114 B1; 6,997,385 B2; 7,102,116 B2;
7,282,688 B2
European patents: 999,514 B1; 1,014,292 B1; 1,128,315 B1.
Additional patents pending.
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COMPLIANCE
For installation, use and maintenance it is not necessary to open the reader.
EMC COMPLIANCE
In order to meet the EMC requirements:
 connect reader chassis to the plant earth ground by means of a flat copper braid shorter
than 100 mm;
 for CBX connections, connect the pin "Earth" to a good Earth Ground;
 for direct connections, connect the main interface cable shield to pin 1 of the 25-pin
connector.
POWER SUPPLY
ATTENTION: READ THIS INFORMATION BEFORE INSTALLING THE PRODUCT
This product is intended to be installed by Qualified Personnel only.
This product is intended to be connected to a UL Listed Computer which supplies power
directly to the reader or a UL Listed Direct Plug-in Power Unit marked LPS or “Class 2”, rated
10 to 30 V, minimum 500 mA.
LED CLASS
Class 1 LED Product to EN60825-1:2001
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.
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.
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HANDLING
The Matrix 200™ 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.
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
avoid that the readers are dropped (exceeding shock limits).

do not fine tune the positioning by striking the reader or bracket.

do not weld the reader into position which can cause electrostatic, heat or reading
window damage.

do not spray paint near the reader which can cause reading window damage.
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GENERAL VIEW
Matrix 200™
3
3
4
2
5
1
1
Figure A
x
1
Mounting Holes (4)
3
Device Class Labels
2
"POWER ON" LED
4
HMI X-PRESS™ Interface
5
Reading Window
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1 RAPID CONFIGURATION
STEP 1 – CONNECT THE SYSTEM
25-Pin Models
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. Data
can also be transmitted on the RS232 auxiliary interface independently from the main
interface selection.
When One Shot or Phase Mode Operating mode is used, the reader is activated by an
External Trigger (photoelectric sensor) when the object enters its reading zone.
PG 6000
CBX
Main Interface
Matrix 200™
Host
P.S.*
I/O, AUX
* External Trigger or Presence Sensor
(for One Shot or Phase Mode)
Figure 1 – Matrix 200™ in Stand Alone Layout
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CBX100/CBX500 Pinout for Matrix 200™ 25-Pin Models
The table below gives the pinout of the CBX100/CBX500 terminal block connectors. Use this
pinout when the Matrix 200™ reader is connected by means of the CBX100/CBX500:
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 O2+
Output 2 +
Inputs
Power Source – External Trigger
O2Output 2 External Trigger A (polarity insensitive)
Auxiliary Interface
External Trigger B (polarity insensitive)
TX
Auxiliary Interface TX
Power Reference – External Trigger
RX
Auxiliary Interface RX
Power Source – Inputs
SGND
Auxiliary Interface Reference
Input 2 A (polarity insensitive)
ID-NET™
Input 2 B (polarity insensitive)
REF
Network Reference
Power Reference – Inputs
ID+
ID-NET™ network +
IDID-NET™ network Shield
Network Cable Shield
Main Interface
RS232
RS485 Full-Duplex
RS485 Half-Duplex
TX
TX+
RTX+
RTS
TXRTXRX
*RX+
CTS
*RXSGND
SGND
SGND
* Do not leave floating, see par. 4.2.2 for connection details.
CAUTION
2
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 Matrix 200™ 25-Pin Models
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 Matrix 200™ reader is
connected by means of the 25-pin connector:
1
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+
MAIN INTERFACE
RX
*RX+
(SW SELECTABLE)
RTS
TXCTS
*RX-
RS485
Half-Duplex
RTX+
RTX-
* Do not leave floating, see par. 5.3.2 for connection details.
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USB Models
NOTE
Before connecting the reader to the USB Port, Install the USB Virtual COM
Port Driver from the Support Files\USB Virtual COM Port Drivers directory on
the VisiSet CD-ROM.
The USB Virtual COM Port Driver allows sending serial data using the Matrix 200™ USB
port. A different virtual COM Port will be assigned to each connected reader.
Installing the USB Virtual COM port drivers:
1. Double-click on the following file to launch the USB Virtual COM Port Driver Installer.
Windows XP = "DPInst.exe"
Windows Vista = "DPInst64.exe"
For other operating systems see the readme txt in the Support Files\USB Virtual COM Port
Drivers directory. For updated drivers or more details go to ftdichip.com/Drivers/VCP.htm.
Configuring the USB Virtual COM port:
Connect the Matrix 200™ USB reader to your PC; a new virtual COM port is associated with
the reader. Follow these steps to configure the associated COM Port:
2. Right-click on "My Computer" in the Windows "Start" menu and select "Properties".
3. Select the "Hardware" tab in the System Properties dialog and click the "Device
Manager" button.
4. Expand the "Ports (COM & LPT)" item on the "Device Manager" menu. Right-click on
"USB Serial Port" and select "Properties".
5. Select the "Port Settings" tab in the "Properties" dialog and click the "Advanced" button.
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6. From the "Advanced Settings for COMx" dialog:

Expand the "COM Port Number" menu and select a new COM Port number if
desired (optional).

Set the "BM Options" -> "Latency Timer" (msec) parameter to 1.
You are now ready to use the new COM Port.
Matrix 200™ USB models can be connected in a Point-to-Point layout to a local host through
their USB cable. No external power supply is necessary.
Matrix 200™
Host
Figure 3 – Matrix 200™ USB Model in a Point-to-Point Layout
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STEP 2 – MOUNT AND POSITION THE READER
1. To mount the Matrix 200™, use the mounting brackets to obtain the most suitable
position for the reader. Two of the most common mounting configurations are shown in
the figures below. Other mounting solutions are provided in par. 3.3.
Tilt
Pitch
Figure 4 –Positioning 90° Model with Mounting Bracket
Tilt
Pitch
Figure 5 –Positioning Straight Model with Mounting Bracket
2. When mounting the Matrix 200™ take into consideration these three ideal label position
angles: Pitch or Skew 10° to 20° and Tilt 0°, although the reader can read a code at any tilt
angle.
P
T
S
Assure at least 10°
Minimize
Figure 6 – Pitch, Skew and Tilt Angles
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Minimize
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3. Refer to the Reading Features table in chp. 7 to determine the distance your reader
should be positioned at.
NOTE
Rapid Configuration of the Matrix 200™ reader can be made either through
the X-PRESS™ interface (steps 3-4) which requires no PC connection, or by
using the VisiSet™ Setup Wizard (steps 5-6). Select the procedure according
to your needs.
STEP 3 – AIM THE READER
Matrix 200™ provides a built-in aiming system to aid reader positioning. The aiming system
is accessed through the X-PRESS™ Interface.
1. Power the reader on. During the reader startup (reset or restart phase), all the LEDs blink
for one second. On the connector side of the reader near the cable, the “POWER ON”
LED (blue) indicates the reader is correctly powered.
2. Enter the Aim/Locate function by pressing and holding the X-PRESS™ push button until
the Aim LED is on.
3. Release the button to enter the Aim function. The aiming system turns on see Figure 7.
4. Place the application specific code in front of the reader at the reading distance indicated
for your model in the Reading Features table, centering it in the aiming system indicator.
default value for:
NEAR, MEDIUM,
FAR models
FOV
green
green
default value for:
UHD models
yellow
FOV
yellow
red
Figure 7 – Aiming Function Using The Blue Ring or
Internal Lighting System *
Figure 8 – X-PRESS™ Interface: Aim Function
* the default value of the Aiming System Status parameter can be changed in VisiSet™.
5. Exit the Aim function by pressing the X-PRESS™ push button once. The aiming system
turns off.
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STEP 4 – X-PRESS™ CONFIGURATION
Once Matrix 200™ is positioned with respect to the code (step 3), you can configure it for
optimal code reading relative to your application. This configuration can be performed either
through the X-PRESS™ Interface or the VisiSet™ configuration program.
Setup
1. Enter the Setup function by pressing and holding
the X-PRESS™ push button until the Setup LED is
on.
2. Release the button to enter the Setup function.
The Setup LED will blink until the procedure is
completed.
green
The Setup procedure ends when the Image
Acquisition parameters are successfully saved in
the reader memory, the Setup LED will remain on
continuously and Matrix 200™ emits 3 high pitched
beeps.
green
If the calibration cannot be reached after a timeout
of about 5 (five) seconds Matrix 200™ will exit
without saving the parameters to memory, the
Setup LED will not remain on continuously but it will
just stop blinking. In this case Matrix 200™ emits a
long low pitched beep.
red
yellow
yellow
Figure 9 – X-PRESS™ Interface: Setup
Function
3. Exit the Setup function by pressing the XPRESS™ push button once.
Learn
4. Enter the Learn function by pressing and holding
the X-PRESS™ push button until the Learn LED is
on.
5. Release the button to enter the Learn function.
The Learn LED will blink until the procedure is
completed.
The Learn procedure ends when the Image
Processing and Decoding parameters are
successfully saved in the reader memory, the
Learn LED will remain on continuously, the Green
Spot is activated and Matrix 200™ emits 3 high
pitched beeps.
If the calibration cannot be reached after a timeout
of about 3 (three) minutes Matrix 200™ will exit
without saving the parameters to memory, the
Learn LED will not remain on continuously but it will
just stop blinking. In this case Matrix 200™ emits a
long low pitched beep.
green
green
yellow
yellow
red
Figure 10 – X-PRESS™ Interface:
Learn Function
6. Exit the Setup function by pressing the XPRESS™ push button once.
If you have used this procedure to configure Matrix 200™ go to step 7.
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STEP 5 – INSTALLING VISISET™ CONFIGURATION PROGRAM
VisiSet™ is a Datalogic reader configuration tool providing several important advantages:

Setup Wizard for rapid configuration and new users;

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 VisiSet™, turn on the PC that will be used for the configuration, running
Windows 98, 2000/NT, XP or Vista, then insert the VisiSet™ CD-ROM, wait for the CD to
autorun and follow the installation procedure.
This configuration procedure assumes a laptop computer, running VisiSet™, is connected to
the reader's auxiliary port.
After installing and running the VisiSet™ software program the following window:
Figure 11 - VisiSet™ Opening Window
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Set the communication parameters from the "Options" menu. Then select "Connect", the
following window appears:
Figure 12 - VisiSet™ Main Window After Connection
STEP 6 – CONFIGURATION USING SETUP WIZARD
The Setup Wizard option is advised for rapid configuration or for new users. It allows reader
configuration in a few easy steps.
1. Select the Setup Wizard button from the Main menu.
Place the application specific code in front of the reader at the correct reading distance
(see step 2 and the Reading Features table in the chp. 7).
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2. Press the "Positioning" button. The reader continuously acquires images and gives visual
feedback in the view image window. Move the reader (or code) to center it.
Press the Positioning button again to stop positioning.
2
3. Select a Calibration Mode choice and press the "Calibrate" button. The reader flashes
once acquiring the image and auto determines the best exposure and gain settings. If the
code symbology is enabled by default, the code will also be decoded.
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4. Select a Code Setting Mode choice and press the "Code Setting" button.
The Setup Result section of the Setup Wizard window shows the code type results and
the parameter settings.
4
Setup Result
5. Select a Saving Options choice and press the "Save" button.
6. Close the Setup Wizard.
NOTE
12
If your application has been configured using the VisiSet™ Setup Wizard, your
reader is ready. If necessary you can use VisiSet™ for advanced reader
configuration.
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STEP 7 – TEST MODE
Use a code suitable to your application to test the reading performance of the system.
Alternatively, you can use the Datalogic 1D/2D Test Chart (Code 39, Data Matrix ECC 200).
1. Enter the Test function by pressing and holding the X-PRESS™ push button until the
Test LED is on.
2. Release the button to enter the Test function.
Once entered, the Bar Graph on the five LEDs is activated and if the reader starts
reading codes the Bar-Graph shows the Good Read Rate. In case of no read condition,
only the STATUS LED is on and blinks.
green
green
yellow
yellow
red
Figure 13 – X-PRESS™ Interface: Test Function
3. To exit the Test, press the X-PRESS™ push button once.
By default, the Test exits automatically after three minutes.
NOTE
The Bar Graph has the following meaning:
 95%
 75%
 60%
 40%
 20%
Figure 14 – Test Bar Graph
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ADVANCED READER CONFIGURATION
For further details on advanced product configuration, refer to the VisiSet™ Help On-Line.
The following are alternative or advanced reader configuration methods:
Advanced Configuration Using VisiSet™
Advanced configuration can be performed through the VisiSet™ program by selecting
Device> Get Configuration From Temporary Memory to open the Parameter Setup window in
off-line mode. Advanced configuration is addressed to expert users being able to complete a
detailed reader configuration. The desired parameters can be defined in the various folders
of the Parameter Setup window and then sent to the reader memory (either Temporary or
Permanent):
Figure 15 - VisiSet™ Parameter Setup Window
Host Mode Programming
The reader 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
If you need to install an ID-NET™ network, Fieldbus network, Pass-Through network,
Multiplexer network or an RS232 Master/Slave refer to the Matrix 200™ Reference Manual.
Code Quality Verification
Matrix 200™ can be used as a Code Quality Verifier according to the ISO/IEC 15415,
ISO/IEC 15416, AS9132, and AIM DPM Standards.
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INTRODUCTION
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2 INTRODUCTION
2.1 PRODUCT DESCRIPTION
Matrix 200™ is the new Datalogic 2D reader offering excellent reading performance, ultra
compact size and extreme ease of use. Thanks to innovative optical features, advanced
software functions and complete connectivity options, Matrix 200™ is the cost effective
solution for applications where the space is very limited.
Ultra Compact Size
Compact dimensions, straight and 90° reading window models availability allow flexible
mounting and positioning in narrow spaces.
Excellent Reading Performance
WVGA image sensor, up to 60 frames/s acquisition rate and dynamic reading capability,
together with powerful decoding libraries provide excellent performance on a wide range of
code symbologies as well as damaged and low quality codes. Matrix 200™ allows reading
10 mils codes in moving applications at speeds up to 2 m/sec.
Innovative Optical Features
The innovative optical and lighting systems ensure wide field of view at short reading
distances, combined with excellent illumination pattern. Matrix 200™ has a maximum
reading distance of 200 mm, and it can read at near distance ultra high density 2D codes up
to 0.076 mm (3 mils).
Ease Of Use
The intuitive X-PRESS™ Human Machine Interface makes installation and maintenance
easier than ever thanks to a five LED bar graph and the multi-function key providing
immediate access to relevant functions such as Aiming, Setup (for automatic imager
calibration), Learn (for automatic code setting), Test Mode (for bar graph activation). A Green
Spot provides immediate Good Read feedback.
Enhanced Connectivity
An embedded high speed ID-NET™ communication interface allows efficient data collection
and simplifies network wiring. USB interface models allow direct connection to a PC.
Industrial Features
Matrix 200™, with its rugged construction, IP65 protection class, 50°C max operating
temperature and 10 to 30 VDC power supply is the ideal product for industrial applications.
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Matrix 200™ has been developed for use in numerous industries like:
Electronics:
 PCB Board Tracking
 Electronics Product Tracking
Pharmaceutical & Chemical:
 Medical Devices Traceability
 Pharmaceutical and Medicine Manufacturing
OEM:
 Chemical & Biomedical Analysis Machines
 Access Control Systems
 Self Service Systems (ATM, Kiosks)
 Print & Apply systems
 Document Handling
This technology intrinsically provides omni-directional reading.
Standard Application Program
A Standard Application Program is factory-loaded onto Matrix 200™. This program controls
code reading, data formatting, serial port USB interfacing, and many other operating and
control parameters. It is completely user configurable from a Laptop or PC using the
dedicated configuration software program VisiSet™, provided on CD-ROM with the reader.
There are different programmable operating modes to suit various code reading system
requirements.
Quick, automatic positioning, calibration and code setting of the imager can be accomplished
using the X-PRESS™ button and LEDs on top of the reader without the necessity of a PC.
The previous functions can also be performed through VisiSet™ through the Setup Wizard.
This tool includes visual feedback from the reader.
VisiSet™ provides a Calibration Tool to verify the exact positioning of the reader and to
maximize its reading performance.
Statistics on the reading performance can also be visualized through a dedicated window in
VisiSet™.
Symbol Verification can be performed through VisiSet™ when the reader has been installed
and setup as a Verifier station.
Programmability
If your requirements are not met by the Standard Application Program, Custom Application
Programs can be requested at your local Datalogic distributor.
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Some of the main features of this reader are given below:

Ultra Compact Dimensions

Direct and 90° window models for smart mounting

Outstanding decoding capability on 1D, 2D, Stacked and Postal symbologies

High performance on dynamic reading applications

X-PRESS™ for easy and intuitive setup

Optical Aiming System

10 to 30 VDC Power Supply

USB Connectivity

ID-NET™ embedded high speed connectivity

Region Of Interest Windowing for higher frame rate

Run Time Self Tuning for higher flexibility
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2.2 INDICATORS AND KEYPAD BUTTON
2
3
4
1
5
6
7
Figure 16 - Indicators
The following LED indicators are located on the reader:
PWR
blue LED indicates that the reader is connected to the power supply (Figure 16, 1)
In normal operating mode the colors and meaning of the five LEDs are illustrated in the
following table:
READY
GOOD
TRIGGER
COM
STATUS
green LED indicates that the reader is ready to operate (Figure 16, 2)
green LED confirms successful reading (Figure 16, 3)
yellow LED indicates the status of the reading phase (Figure 16, 4)
yellow LED indicates active communication on the main serial port * (Figure 16, 5)
red LED indicates a NO READ result (Figure 16, 6)
* 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), these five LEDs blink for one second.
In X-PRESS™ Configuration mode the colors and meaning of these five LEDs are described
in par. 2.4.
The keypad button (Figure 16, 7), is software programmable. By default it starts the XPRESS™ interface for quick installation without using a PC (see chp. 1).
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2.3 ID-NET™
The ID-NET™ network is a built-in high-speed interface dedicated
for high-speed reader interconnection. 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 readers
ID-NET™ interface allows local connection of multiple readers reading different sides of the
same target. All readers 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 readers is highly efficient so that an
immediate result will be available.
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
ID-NET™ M/S Multidata: Multiple stations – single reader
ID-NET™ interface allows connection of readers reading objects placed on independent
conveyors. All readers are typically located far away from each other and they use a
dedicated presence sensor.
At the end of each reading phase, each reader 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 an external multiplexing device. This leads to an overall cost reduction and to a
simple system wiring.
2.3.1
How To Setup/Configure the Reader Network
A complete ID-NET™ reader network can be easily setup through VisiSet™ as follows:
Mounting & Connection
1. Mechanically mount/install all the readers (refer to par. 3.2 and 3.3).
2. Wire ID-NET™ (refer to par. 0 or 5.4).
3. Power up the entire system.
Configuration of Slaves
1. Connect a PC equipped with VisiSet™ to the Main, or Auxiliary interface of the planned
Slave reader.
2. Launch VisiSet™ and connect to the Slave reader.
3. From the VisiSet™ Device Menu select "Parameter Setup".
4. Set the Role of the Slave reader (Synchronized or Multidata) from
Reading System Layout > Device Network Setting > Topology Role parameter.
the
5. Set the Slave Address according to the desired value 0-31 from the
Reading System Layout > Device Network Setting > Slave Address parameter. Each
reader must have a different Address on the ID-NET™ Network.
6. If necessary, set the ID-NET™ baudrate from the Reading System Layout >
Device Network Setting > Network Baud Rate parameter, (500 kbs default).
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7. Configure the other device parameters via VisiSet™ [Operating Mode, Calibration, Data
Collection parameters, etc.].
8. If using the CBX connection box equipped with a BM100 Backup module, perform Device
Backup at the Slave.
The Slave device is now Configured. Repeat these steps for each Slave reader in the IDNET™ network.
Configuration of Master
1. Connect a PC equipped with VisiSet™ to the Main, or Auxiliary interface of the planned
Master reader.
2. Launch VisiSet™ and connect to the Master reader.
3. From the VisiSet™ Device Menu select "Parameter Setup".
4. Set the Role of the Master reader (Synchronized or Multidata) from
Reading System Layout > Device Network Setting > Topology Role parameter.
the
5. Enable the planned Slave device N from the Reading System Layout >
Expected Slave Device #N > Status parameter and, if desired, set the related
identification string from the Expected Slave Device #N > Device Description parameter.
Repeat this step for all planned Slave devices.
6. If necessary, set the ID-NET™ baudrate from the Reading System Layout >
Device Network Setting > Network Baud Rate parameter, (500 kbs default).
7. Configure the other device parameters via VisiSet™ [Operating Mode, Calibration, Data
Collection parameters, etc.].
8. If using the CBX connection box equipped with a BM100 Backup module, perform Device
Backup at the Master.
9. From the VisiSet™ Device Menu select "ID-NET™ Status Window" and click on the
"Look For Devices On Network" button to check the status of the expected Slave devices
within the ID-NET™ network.
The reader network is ready.
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2.4 X-PRESS™ HUMAN MACHINE INTERFACE
X-PRESS™ is the intuitive Human Machine Interface designed to improve ease of
installation and maintenance.
Status information is clearly presented by means of the five colored LEDs, whereas the
single push button gives immediate access to the following relevant functions:

Learn to self-detect and auto-configure for reading unknown codes.

Setup to perform Exposure Time and Gain calibration.

Aim/Locate to turn on the blue ring to aid positioning.

Test with bar graph visualization to check static reading performance.
2.4.1
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, Focus, Setup or Learn).
3 – Release the button to enter the specific function.
Once button is pressed, the cycle of LEDs activation is as follows:
green
green
green
green
green
green
yellow
yellow
yellow
yellow
yellow
yellow
red
red
red

Release button
to Exit
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Release button
to enter Test Mode

Release button
to enter Aim/Locate Mode
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green
green
green
green
green
green
yellow
yellow
yellow
yellow
yellow
yellow
red
red
red

Release button
to enter Setup Mode

Release button
to enter Learn Mode
 (cycle)
Release button
to Exit
Test Mode (Function 1)
Once entered, the Bar Graph on the five LEDs is activated and if the imager starts reading
codes the Bar-Graph shows the Good Read Rate. In case of a NO READ condition, only the
Status LED is on and blinks.
The Bar Graph has the following meaning:
 95%
 75%
 60%
 40%
 20%
To exit the Test Mode, press the X-PRESS™ push button once.
By default, the Test exits automatically after three minutes.
NOTE
Aim/Locate (Function 2)
This function causes the blue ring to turn on. Since the blue ring is centered on the FOV it
can be used to position the imager on the code. The Aim LED blinks to indicate this state.
To exit the Aim/Locate Mode, press the X-PRESS™ push button once. The blue ring turns
off.
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Setup (Function 3)
Once entered, the imager automatically performs Image Acquisition parameter calibration for
the specific code presented to it.
The Setup LED will blink until the procedure is completed.
The Setup procedure ends when the Image Acquisition parameters are successfully saved in
the reader memory, the Setup LED will remain on continuously and Matrix 200™ emits 3 high
pitched beeps.
If the calibration cannot be reached after a timeout of about 5 (five) seconds Matrix 200™ will
exit without saving the parameters to memory, the Setup LED will not remain on continuously
but it will just stop blinking. In this case Matrix 200™ emits a long low pitched beep.
Learn (Function 4)
Once entered, the imager starts a procedure to automatically detect and recognize codes
which are presented to it.
The Learn LED will blink until the procedure is completed.
The Learn procedure ends when the Image Processing and Decoding parameters are
successfully saved in the reader memory, the Learn LED will remain on continuously and
Matrix 200™ emits 3 high pitched beeps.
If the calibration cannot be reached after a timeout of about 3 (three) minutes, Matrix 200™ will
exit without saving the parameters to memory, the Learn LED will not remain on continuously
but it will just stop blinking. In this case Matrix 200™ emits a long low pitched beep.
2.5 MODEL DESCRIPTION
The Matrix 200™ reader is available in different versions according to the following
characteristics:
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Sensor Size
Options
2 = WVGA (1280x1024)
0 = Standard
1 = ESD Safe
2 = ESD Safe + YAG Cut Filters
Illuminators
Interface
1 = Internal Illuminator
0 = Serial
2 = USB
Focus Distance
Reading Window
1 = Near
2 = Medium
3 = Far
4 = UHD
0 = 90°
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2.6 ACCESSORIES
The following accessories can be used with the Matrix 200™ 21X-x0x model readers.
Accessory
Description
Order No.
Connection Boxes
CBX100
CBX500
BM100
BM150
BM200/BM210
BM300/BM310
BM400
Compact Connection Box
Modular Connection Box
Backup Module for CBX100/500
Display Module for CBX500
Ethernet TCP/IP Module STD/IP65 for CBX500
Profibus Module STD/IP65 for CBX500
DeviceNet Module IP65 for CBX500
BM500/BM510/BM520
Ethernet/IP Module STD/IP65/IP54 for CBX500
93A301067
93A301068
93ACC1808
93ACC1809
93ACC1851, 93ACC1852
93ACC1810, 93ACC1811
93ACC1814
93ACC1812, 93ACC1813,
93ACC1840
BM600
BM700
BM1100
BM1200/BM1210
CAN Open Module for CBX500
Profinet IO Module for CBX500
CC-Link Module for CBX500
Modbus TCP Module STD/IP65 for CBX500
93ACC1815
93ACC1816
93ACC1845
93ACC1848, 93ACC1849
BA100
BA200
Power Supplies
PG6002
PG6001
PG6000
Sensors
PH-1
MEP- 543
DIN Rail Adapters
Bosch Adapters
93ACC1821
93ACC1822
AC/DC Power Supply Unit (US)
AC/DC Power Supply Unit (UK)
AC/DC Power Supply Unit (EU)
93ACC1718
93ACC1719
93ACC1720
Photocell Kit PNP
Photocell Kit-NPN
93ACC1791
93ACC1728
Matrix 200™ 21X-x2x models, (USB), are used for point-to-point connections to
PCs or USB Hubs and have no accessories.
NOTE
2.7 APPLICATION EXAMPLES
Matrix 200™ is profitably used in the omnidirectional reading of 2D, stacked, linear and
postal codes for example in automated document handling and mail processing systems
(see Figure 17).
Figure 17 - Address Coded in Datamatrix Symbology for Automated Mail Processing
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Matrix 200™ assures the reading of deformed and / or overprinted codes, even though
damaged or printed on high reflective surfaces (see Figures 18, 19, 20).
Figure 18 - Unidose Flow-Pack with PDF417 Code
Figure 19 - Overprinted Barcode Readable by Matrix 200™ also Through the Envelope Window Film
Figure 20 - Barcode Printed on Curved Surface Readable by Matrix 200™ in spite of Image Optical
Distortion
Matrix 200™ is also very powerful in reading low-contrast direct part marked codes (see
Figures 21, 22, 23, 24 and 25).
Figure 21 - Dot Matrix Code Directly Marked on Metal Surface by Using Dot Peening Technology
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Figure 22 - Dot Peening Marking on Metal Surface with Multi-dot per Code Element
Figure 23 - Directly Marked Dot Matrix Code Characterized by Outstanding Separation Distance between
Adjacent Code Elements
Figure 24 - DataMatrix Code Directly Marked on PCB Surface by Using Laser Etching Technology
Figure 25 - Dot Matrix Code Directly Marked on PCB Copper Pad by Using Ink-Jet Technology
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3 INSTALLATION
3.1 PACKAGE CONTENTS
Verify that the Matrix 200™ reader and all the parts supplied with the equipment are present
and intact when opening the packaging; the list of parts includes:

Matrix 200™ reader

Quick Reference Guide

Test Chart

Matrix family CD-ROM

Mounting Kit
 Mounting Screws (2)
 Washers (2)
 Mounting Bracket
Figure 26 - Package Contents
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3.2 MECHANICAL DIMENSIONS
Matrix 200™ can be installed to operate in different positions. The four screw holes (M3 x 4)
on the body of the reader are for mechanical fixture (Figure 27).
The diagram below gives the overall dimensions of the reader and may be used for its
installation.
13
[0.51]
25
[0.98]
11
[0.43]
25
[0.98]
7
[0.28]
10
[0.39]
Refer to par. 3.3 for various mounting solutions and correct positioning and chp. 7 for
Reading Distance considerations.
15
[0.59]
45
[1.77]
mm
[in]
50
[1.97]
Figure 27 – Straight Model Overall Dimensions
25
[0.98]
9
[0.35]
13
[0.51]
11
[0.43]
32
[1.26]
25
[0.98]
7
[0.28]
15
[0.59]
54
[2.13]
mm
[in]
45
[1.77]
Figure 28 – 90° Model Overall Dimensions
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60°
19
[0.75]
30°
2
[0.08]
39
[1.54]
90°
12.5
[0.49]
64
[2.52]
25
[0.98]
60°
25
[0.98]
30°
4
n°
19
[0.75]
Ø 6.2 n°3
O
SL
T3
mm
[in]
.1
12.5
[0.49]
Figure 29 - ST-336 Mounting Bracket Overall Dimensions
T3
.1
30°
60°
18.5
[0.73]
Ø 6.2 n°2
2
[0.08]
LO
22
[0.87]
4S
10
[0.39]
n°
38
[1.50]
37
[1.46]
30°
10
[0.39]
60°
18.5
[0.73]
Figure 30 - ST-337 Mounting Bracket Overall Dimensions
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3.3 MOUNTING AND POSITIONING MATRIX 200™
Using the Matrix 200™ mounting brackets you can obtain rotation on the various axes of the
reader as shown in the diagrams below:
Tilt
Pitch
Figure 31 –90° Model with ST-337 Mounting Bracket - Internal Positioning
Tilt
Pitch
Figure 32 –Straight Model with ST-336 Mounting Bracket - Internal Positioning
Figure 33 –Mounting Bracket External Positioning
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Matrix 200™ is able to decode code labels at a variety of angles, however significant angular
distortion may degrade reading performance.
When mounting Matrix 200™, take into consideration these ideal label position angles: Pitch
or Skew 10° to 20° and Tilt 0°.
Note: Since Matrix 200™ is omni-directional on the code plane, the Pitch and Skew angles
have the same significance with respect to the code plane. However in some advanced code
reading applications performance can be improved by modifying the Pitch angle.
Follow the suggestions below for the best orientation:
The Pitch and Skew angles are represented by the values P and S in Figure 34 and in Figure
35. Position the reader in order to avoid the direct reflection of the light emitted by the Matrix
200™ reader; it is advised to assure at least 10° for one of these angles. In some cases, such
as low contrast or low illumination, it can be useful to use a Pitch or Skew angle = 0°.
P
S
Assure at least 10°
Minimize
Figure 34 - Pitch angle
Figure 35 - Skew angle
The Tilt angle is represented by the value T in Figure 36. Matrix 200™ can read labels with
any tilt angle.
T
Minimize
Figure 36 - Tilt angle
See chp. 7 for FOV and Reading Distance considerations.
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4 CBX ELECTRICAL CONNECTIONS
All Matrix 200™ 25-pin models can be directly connected to a CBX connection box.
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 reader 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 Matrix 200™ 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
4.1
To avoid electromagnetic interference when the reader is connected to a CBX
connection box, verify the jumper positions in the CBX as indicated in its Installation
Manual.
POWER SUPPLY
Power can be supplied to the reader through the CBX100/500 spring clamp terminal pins as
shown in Figure 37:
Power Supply
VGND
V+
in
Earth
Ground
Figure 37 - Power Supply Connections
The power must be between 10 and 30 Vdc only.
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
Do not connect to the Main Interface spring clamp terminals if using Host
Interface Modules (Fieldbus) with the CBX500.
CAUTION
The signals relative to the following serial interface types are available on the CBX spring
clamp terminal blocks.
The main serial interface type and its parameters (baud rate, data bits, etc.) can be
defined by the user via VisiSet™ software. The RS485 half duplex is automatically set
whenever MUX32 communication protocol is enabled. For more details refer to the
"Communication" folder in the VisiSet™ Help On Line.
Details regarding the connections and use of the interfaces are given in the next paragraphs.
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4.2.1 RS232 Interface
The RS232 interface can be used for Point-to-Point, Pass Through or Master/Slave
connections. When it is connected to the host computer it allows both transmission of code
data and reader configuration by VisiSet™.
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
READER
SGND TX
RTS
RX
RTS
CTS
Figure 38 – RS232 Main Interface Connections Using Hardware Handshaking
The RTS and CTS signals control data transmission and synchronize the connected devices.
+V
RTS
-V
START
OF
TRANSMISSION
END
OF
TRANSMISSION
DATA
TRANSMISSION
+V
TX DATA
-V
DATA
TRANSMISSION
C1 C2
C3
C4
C5
TRANSMISSION
STOPPED
ENABLED
+V
CTS
-V
IDLE
ENABLED
DISABLED
IDLE
Figure 39 - RS232 Control Signals
If the RTS/CTS handshaking protocol is enabled, the Matrix 200™ 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
READER
RX485-
SGND TX+
TX485-
RX+
TX-
RX-
Figure 40 - 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
READER
RX485-
SGND TX+
TX-
Figure 41 - RS485 Full-duplex Connections using Only TX Signals
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4.2.3 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
READER
RTX485-
SGND RTX+
RTX-
Figure 42 - 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
VisiSet™ utility or by the Host Programming Mode.
Figure 43 shows a multidrop configuration with Matrix 200™ readers connected to a
Multiplexer.
This is an example of multidrop wiring. Consult the multiplexer manual for
complete wiring instructions.
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*
*
Figure 43 – Matrix 200™ 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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ID-NET™ INTERFACE
CBX100/500
Shield
ID+
IDREF
Function
Network Cable Shield
ID-NET™ network +
ID-NET™ network Network Reference
4.3.1 ID-NET™ Cables
The following instructions are referred to Figure 45, Figure 46 and Figure 47.

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).

Reader'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 44 – ID-NET™ Response Time
CONDITIONS:


40
ID-NET™ M/S Synchronized layout
message length = 50 bytes per node
125 kbps
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Figure 45 – ID-NET™ Network Connections with isolated power blocks
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Figure 46 - ID-NET™ Network Connections with Common Power Branch Network
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Figure 47 – 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 reader 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 RS232 auxiliary interface is available for Point-to-Point, Pass Through or Master/Slave
connections. When it is connected to the host computer it allows both transmission of code
data and reader configuration by VisiSet™.
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 through the Communication
folder of the VisiSet™ utility program.
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 48 - 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 49 - 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
INPUTS
There are two optocoupled polarity insensitive inputs available on the reader: Input 1
(External Trigger) and Input 2, a generic input:
The External Trigger can be used in One Shot Mode or in Phase Mode. Its main functions
are:
 acquisition trigger in One Shot Mode
 reading phase-ON/reading phase-OFF command in Phase Mode
The main functions of the general purpose Input 2 are:
 second external trigger in Phase Mode
 match code storage command when the Match Code option is enabled
The electrical features of both inputs are:
VAB = 30 Vdc max.
IIN = 12 mA (reader) + 12 mA (CBX) max.
The active state of these inputs are selected in software. Refer to the VisiSet™ Help On
Line.
An anti-disturbance filter is implemented in software on both inputs so that the minimum
pulse duration is  0.5 milliseconds. This value can be increased through the software
parameter Debounce Filter, see the Digital I/O folder in the VisiSet™ Help On Line for further
details.
These inputs are optocoupled and can be driven by both NPN and PNP type commands.
Polarity insensitive inputs assure full functionality even if pins A and B are
exchanged.
NOTE
The connections are indicated in the following diagrams:
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 yellow Trigger LED (Figure 16, 5) is on when the active state of the External Trigger
corresponds to ON.
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EXTERNAL TRIGGER INPUT CONNECTIONS USING MATRIX 200™ POWER
CAUTION
Power is available directly to the Input Device, independently from the Power
Supply Switch inside the CBX.
PH-1 Photocell (PNP)
(brown)
(black)
(blue)
Figure 50 – PH-1 External Trigger Using Matrix 200™ Power
NPN Photocell
Power to
Photocell
Input
Signal
Photocell
Reference
Figure 51 - NPN External Trigger Using Matrix 200™ Power
EXTERNAL TRIGGER INPUT CONNECTIONS USING EXTERNAL POWER
PNP Photocell
Input
Signal
Pulled down to External
Input Device Reference
Figure 52 - PNP External Trigger Using External Power
NPN Photocell
Pulled up to External
Input Device Power
Input
Signal
Figure 53 - 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 MATRIX 200™ POWER
CAUTION
Power is available directly to the Input Device, independently from the Power
Supply Switch inside the CBX.
Input Device
Power to
Input Device
Input
Signal
Input Device
Reference
PNP Input 2 Using Matrix 200™ Power
Input Device
Power to
Input
Input Device Signal
Input Device
Reference
NPN Input 2 Using Matrix 200™ Power
INPUT 2 CONNECTIONS USING EXTERNAL POWER
Input Device
Input
Signal
Pulled down to External
Input Device Reference
Figure 54 - PNP Input 2 Using External Power
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Input Device
Pulled up to External
Input Device Power
Input
Signal
Figure 55 - NPN Input 2 Using External Power
4.6
OUTPUTS
Two optocoupled general purpose outputs are available. The meaning of the two outputs
Output 1 and Output 2 can be defined by the user. They are typically used either to signal the
data collection result or to control an external lighting system.
CBX100/500
+V
O1+
O1O2+
O2-V
Function
Power Source - Outputs
Output 1 +
Output 1 Output 2 +
Output 2 Power Reference Outputs
The electrical features of the two outputs are the following:
VCE = 30 Vdc max.
ICE = 40 mA continuous max.; 130 mA pulsed max.
By default, Output 1 is associated with the Partial Read and No Read events, which activates
when the code(s) signaled by the external trigger are 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. Refer to
the Digital I/O folder in the VisiSet™ Help On Line for further details.
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OUTPUT CONNECTIONS USING MATRIX 200™ POWER
CAUTION
Power is available directly to the Output Device, independently from the
Power Supply Switch inside the CBX.
Output Device
Power to
Output device
Output
Signal
Output device
Reference
Figure 56 - Open Emitter Output Using Matrix 200™ Power
Output Device
Power to
Output device
Output device
Reference
Output
Signal
Figure 57 - Open Collector Output Using Matrix 200™ Power
OUTPUT CONNECTIONS USING EXTERNAL POWER
Output Device
Pulled up to External
Output Device Power
Output
Signal
Figure 58 - Output Open Emitter Using External Power
Output Device
Output
Signal
Pulled down to External
Output Device Reference
Figure 59 - Output Open Collector Using External Power
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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
50
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
5.1 25-PIN CONNECTOR
The Matrix 200™ reader is equipped with a 25-pin male D-sub connector for connection to
the power supply, serial interfaces and input/output signals. The details of the connector pins
are indicated in the following table:
1
14
13
25
Figure 60 - 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+
MAIN INTERFACE
RX
*RX+
(SW SELECTABLE)
RTS
TXCTS
*RX-
RS485
Half-Duplex
RTX+
RTX-
* Do not leave floating, see par. 5.3.2 for connection details.
In order to meet EMC requirements:


connect the reader chassis to the plant earth ground by means of a flat copper braid
shorter than 100 mm;
for direct connections, connect the main interface cable shield to pin 1 of the 25-pin
connector.
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5.2 POWER SUPPLY
Power is supplied to the reader through the pins provided on the 25-pin connector (see
Figure 61):
POWER SUPPLY
Matrix 200™
13
Vdc
V+ (10 - 30 Vdc)
25
GND
1
CHASSIS
VGND
CHASSIS
Earth Ground
Figure 61 - Power Supply Connection
The allowed supply voltage range is 10 to 30 Vdc.
It is recommended to connect pin 1 (CHASSIS) to a common earth ground.
5.3 MAIN SERIAL INTERFACE
The signals relative to the following serial interface types are available on the 25-pin
connector:
The main serial interface type and its parameters (baud rate, data bits, etc.) can be
defined by the user via VisiSet™ software. The RS485 half duplex is automatically set
whenever MUX32 communication protocol is enabled. For more details refer to the
"Communication" folder in the VisiSet™ Help On Line.
Details regarding the connections and use of the interfaces are given in the next paragraphs.
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5.3.1
5
RS232 Interface
The RS232 interface can be used for Point-to-Point, Pass Through or Master/Slave
connections. When it is connected to the host computer it allows both transmission of code
data and reader configuration by VisiSet™.
The following pins of the 25-pin connector are used for RS232 interface connection:
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).
Matrix 200™
Chassis
USER INTERFACE
2
TX
3
RX
4
RTS
5
CTS
7
GND
RXD
TXD
CTS
RTS
GND
1
Figure 62 - RS232 Main Interface Connections Using Hardware Handshaking
The RTS and CTS signals control data transmission and synchronize the connected devices.
Figure 63 - RS232 Control Signals
If the RTS/CTS handshaking protocol is enabled, Matrix 200™ 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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5.3.2
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 following pins of the 25-pin connector are used for RS485 full-duplex communication:
Pin
2
3
4
5
7
Name
TX+
RX+
TXRXGND
Function
RS485 Transmit Data (+)
RS485 Receive Data (+)
RS485 Transmit Data (-)
RS485 Receive Data (-)
Ground
Matrix 200™
Chassis
USER INTERFACE
2
TX+
4
TX-
3
RX+
5
RX-
7
GND
+
RX485
+
TX485
GND
1
Figure 64 - RS485 Full-duplex Connections
For applications that do not use RX485 signals, do not leave these lines
floating but connect them to GND as shown below.
NOTE
Matrix 200™
Chassis
USER INTERFACE
2
TX+
4
TX-
3
RX+
5
RX-
7
GND
+
RX485
-
GND
1
Figure 65 - 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 available 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 following pins of the 25-pin connector are used for RS485 half-duplex communication:
Pin
2
4
7
Name
RTX+
RTXGND
Function
RS485 Receive/Transmit Data (+)
RS485 Receive/Transmit Data (-)
Ground
MULTIPLEXER
Matrix 200™
Chassis
2
RTX+
4
RTX-
7
GND
RTX485 +
RTX485 RS485REF
1
Figure 66 - 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
VisiSet™ utility or by the Host Programming Mode.
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The figure below shows a multidrop configuration with Matrix 200™ readers connected to a
Multiplexer.
This is an example of multidrop wiring. Consult the multiplexer manual for
complete wiring instructions.
CAUTION
Figure 67 - Matrix 200™ Multidrop Connection to a Mutiplexer
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5.4 ID-NET™ INTERFACE
Pin
23
24
7
5.4.1
Name
ID+
IDGND
Function
ID-NET™ network +
ID-NET™ network Ground
ID-NET™ Cables
The following instructions are referred to Figure 69, Figure 70 and Figure 71.

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).

Reader'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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5.4.2
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 68 – ID-NET™ Response Time
CONDITIONS:


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message length = 50 bytes per node
125 kbps
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Figure 69 – ID-NET™ Network Connections with isolated power blocks
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Figure 70 - ID-NET™ Network Connections with Common Power Branch Network
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Figure 71 – ID-NET™ Network Connections with Common Power Star Network
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5.4.3
ID-NET™ Network Termination
The network must be properly terminated by a 120 Ohm resistor at the first and last reader of
the network.
5.5 AUXILIARY RS232 INTERFACE
The RS232 auxiliary interface is available for Point-to-Point, Pass Through or Master/Slave
connections. When it is connected to the host computer it allows both transmission of code
data and reader configuration by VisiSet™.
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 through the Communication
folder of the VisiSet™ utility program.
The following pins of the 25-pin connector are used for auxiliary interface communication:
Pin
20
21
7
Name
RX
TX
GND
Function
Received data
Transmitted data
Ground
Matrix 200™
Chassis
USER INTERFACE
20
RX
21
TX
7
GND
TXD
RXD
GND
1
Figure 72 - RS232 Auxiliary Interface Connections Using
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5.6 INPUTS
There are two optocoupled polarity insensitive inputs available on the 25-pin connector of the
reader: Input 1 (External Trigger) and Input 2, a generic input:
The External Trigger can be used in One Shot Mode or in Phase Mode. Its main functions
are:
 acquisition trigger in One Shot Mode
 reading phase-ON/reading phase-OFF command in Phase Mode
The main functions of the general purpose Input 2 are:
 second external trigger in Phase Mode
 match code storage command when the Match Code option is enabled
The electrical features of both inputs are:
Maximum voltage:
30 Vdc
Maximum current:
12 mA
The active state of these inputs are selected in software. Refer to the VisiSet™ Help On
Line.
An anti-disturbance filter is implemented in software on both inputs so that the minimum
pulse duration is  0.5 milliseconds. This value can be increased through the software
parameter Debounce Filter, see the Digital I/O folder in the VisiSet™ Help On Line for further
details.
These inputs are optocoupled and can be driven by both NPN and PNP type commands.
Polarity insensitive inputs assure full functionality even if pins A and B are
exchanged.
NOTE
The connections are indicated in the following diagrams:
Pin
9
18
19
7
Name
Vdc
I1A
I1B
GND
Function
Power Supply input voltage +
External Trigger A (polarity insensitive)
External Trigger B (polarity insensitive)
Power Supply input voltage -
The yellow Trigger LED (Figure 16, 5) is on when the active state of the External Trigger
corresponds to ON.
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EXTERNAL TRIGGER INPUT PNP PH-1
Matrix 200™
VCC
PNP PH-1 wires
~
+ ~
9
Vdc
(brown) +10-30 Vdc
18
I1A
(black) NO
19
I1B
7
GND
(blue) 0 V
Figure 73 - PH-1 Photocell (PNP) External Trigger Using Matrix 200™ Power
EXTERNAL TRIGGER INPUT CONNECTIONS USING MATRIX 200™ POWER
EXTERNAL TRIGGER
Matrix 200™
VCC
+
~
~
9
Vdc
18
I1A
19
I1B
7
GND
V
Signal
Ground
Figure 74 – PNP External Trigger Using Matrix 200™ Power
Matrix 200™
VCC
EXTERNAL TRIGGER
~
+ ~
9
Vdc
18
I1A
19
I1B
7
GND
V
Signal
Ground
Figure 75 - NPN External Trigger Using Matrix 200™ Power
EXTERNAL TRIGGER INPUT CONNECTIONS USING EXTERNAL POWER
Vext 30 Vdc max. EXTERNAL TRIGGER
Matrix 200™
V
VCC
+
~
~
-
18
I1A
19
I1B
Signal
Figure 76 - PNP External Trigger Using External Power
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Vext 30 Vdc max. EXTERNAL TRIGGER
Matrix 200™
VCC
+
~
~
-
5
18
I1A
19
I1B
V
Signal
Figure 77 - NPN External Trigger Using External Power
Pin
9
6
10
7
Name
Vdc
I2A
I2B
GND
Function
Power Supply input voltage +
Input 2 A (polarity insensitive)
Input 2 B (polarity insensitive)
Power Supply input voltage -
INPUT 2 CONNECTIONS USING MATRIX 200™ POWER
INPUT DEVICE
Matrix 200™
VCC
+
~
~
9
Vdc
6
I2A
10
I2B
7
GND
V
Signal
Ground
Figure 78 - PNP Input 2 Using Matrix 200™ Power
Matrix 200™
VCC
~
+ ~
INPUT DEVICE
9
Vdc
6
I2A
10
I2B
7
GND
V
Signal
Ground
Figure 79 - NPN Input 2 Using Matrix 200™ Power
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INPUT 2 CONNECTIONS USING EXTERNAL POWER
Vext 30 Vdc max. INPUT DEVICE
Matrix 200™
V
VCC
+
~
~
-
6
I2A
10
I2B
Signal
Figure 80 - PNP Input 2 Using External Power
Vext 30 Vdc max. INPUT DEVICE
Matrix 200™
VCC
+
~
~
-
6
I2A
10
I2B
V
Signal
Figure 81 - NPN Input 2 Using External Power
5.7 OUTPUTS
Two opto-coupled general purpose outputs are available on the 25-pin connector. The
meaning of the two outputs Output 1 and Output 2 can be defined by the user. They are
typically used either to signal the data collection result.
The pinout is the following:
Pin
9
8
22
11
12
7
Name
Vdc
O1+
O1O2+
O2GND
Function
Power Supply input voltage +
Configurable digital output 1 - positive pin
Configurable digital output 1 - negative pin
Configurable digital output 2 - positive pin
Configurable digital output 2 - negative pin
Power Supply input voltage -
The electrical features of the two outputs are the following:
VCE max = 30 Vdc
I max = 40 mA continuous; 130 mA pulsed
By default, Output 1 is associated with the Partial Read and No Read events, which activates
when the code(s) signaled by the external trigger are not decoded, and Output 2 is
associated with the Complete Read event, which activates when all the selected codes are
correctly decoded.
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The output signals are fully programmable being determined by the configured
Activation/Deactivation events, Deactivation Timeout or a combination of the two. Refer to
the Digital I/O folder in the VisiSet™ Help On Line for further details.
Matrix 200™
C
USER INTERFACE
8/11
O+
22/12
O-
Vext 30 Vdc max.
E
Figure 82 - Open Emitter Output Connection
Matrix 200™
C
USER INTERFACE
8/11
O+
22/12
O-
Vext 30 Vdc max.
E
Figure 83 - Open Collector Output Connection
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5.8 USER INTERFACE
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
14
9
25
25-pin male connector
9-pin male connector
Pin
2
3
5
7
8
13
Name
RX
TX
GND
RTS
CTS
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
13 Vdc
25 GND
Matrix 200™
13 Vdc
18 I1A
19 I1B
Power Supply
Vdc (10 – 30 Vdc)
Power GND
Trigger
Test Cable for Matrix 200™
Figure 84- Test Cable for Matrix 200™
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TYPICAL LAYOUTS
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6 TYPICAL LAYOUTS
The following typical layouts refer to system hardware configurations. However, they also
require the correct setup of the software configuration parameters. Dotted lines in the figures
refer to optional hardware configurations within the particular layout.
6.1 POINT-TO-POINT
(21X-x0x models only)
In this layout the data is transmitted to the Host on the main serial interface. The RS232
auxiliary interface can be used for reader configuration by connecting a laptop computer
running VisiSet™. 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 One Shot or Phase Mode operating mode is used, the reader can be activated by an
External Trigger (for example a pulse from a photoelectric sensor) when the object enters its
reading zone.
PG6000
Host
CBX
1
Matrix 200™
2
Terminal
3
 Main Serial Interface (RS232 or RS485 Full-Duplex)
 Auxiliary Serial Interface (Local Echo) (RS232)
 External Trigger (for One Shot or Phase Mode)
Figure 85 – Serial Interface Point-to-Point Layout
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In this layout the data is transmitted to the Host on the TCP/IP Ethernet interface (CBX500
with BM200/210 Host Interface Module installed). The RS232 auxiliary interface can be used
for reader configuration by connecting a laptop computer running VisiSet™. Host Mode
programming can be accomplished either through the TCP/IP Ethernet interface or the
Auxiliary interface.
In Local Echo communication mode, data is transmitted on the RS232 auxiliary interface
independently from the TCP/IP Ethernet selection.
When One Shot or Phase Mode operating mode is used, the reader can be activated by an
External Trigger (for example a pulse from a photoelectric sensor) when the object enters its
reading zone.
Power
CBX500
1
Matrix 200™
2
3
 BM200/210 TCP/IP Ethernet Interface
 Auxiliary Serial Interface (Local Echo) (RS232)
 External Trigger (for One Shot or Phase Mode)
Host
Figure 86 – BM200/210 TCP/IP Ethernet 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.
Reader configuration can be accomplished through the Auxiliary interface using the VisiSet™
configuration program or Host Mode programming.
In Local Echo communication mode, data is transmitted on the RS232 auxiliary interface
independently from the Fieldbus interface selection.
When One Shot or Phase Mode operating mode is used, the reader can be activated by an
External Trigger (photoelectric sensor) when the object enters its reading zone.
Power
CBX500
1
Matrix 200™
2
3
Host
 Fieldbus Interface (Profibus, DeviceNet, etc.)
 Auxiliary Serial Interface (Local Echo) (RS232)
 External Trigger (for One Shot or Phase Mode)
Figure 87 – Fieldbus Interface Point-to-Point Layout
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6.2 PASS-THROUGH
(21X-x0x models only)
Pass-through mode allows two or more devices to be connected to a single external serial
interface.
Each reader transmits the messages received by the Auxiliary interface onto the Main
interface. All messages will be passed through this chain to the host.
When One Shot or Phase Mode operating mode is used, the reader can be activated by an
External Trigger (for example a pulse from a 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 reader 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
Device#2
3
1
2
Device#n
3
2
Power
Host
 Main Serial Interface (RS232 only)
 Auxiliary Serial Interface (RS232)
 External Trigger (for One Shot or Phase Mode)
Figure 88 – Pass-Through Layout
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6.3 ID-NET™
(21X-x0x models only)
The ID-NET™ connection is used to collect data from several readers 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 readers are connected together using the ID-NET™ interface. Every slave reader
must have an ID-NET™ address in the range 1-31.
The master reader 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 reader to the Host
computer. It is not necessary to bring the External Trigger signal to all the readers.
In the Master/Slave Synchronized layout the Master operating mode can only be set to
Phase Mode.
The main, auxiliary, and ID-NET™ interfaces are connected as shown in the figure below.
1
3
Slave#1
Slave#n
2
Power
Master
Host
 Main Serial Interface (RS232 or RS485)
 External Trigger
 ID-NET™ (up to 16 devices - practical limit)
Figure 89 – ID-NET™ M/S Synchronized Layout
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The same configuration can be made to a Host using a TCP/IP Ethernet interface. In this
case the Master is connected to a CBX500 with BM200/210 Host Interface Module installed.
The TCP/IP Ethernet, auxiliary, and ID-NET™ interfaces are connected as shown in the
figure below.
3
Power
Slave#1
CBX500
Slave#n
2
1
Master
Host
 BM200/210 TCP/IP Ethernet Interface
 External Trigger
 ID-NET™ (up to 16 devices - practical limit)
Figure 90 – ID-NET™ M/S Synchronized Layout with BM200/210 TCP/IP Ethernet Interface to Host
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For a Master/Slave Multidata layout each reader has its own reading phase independent
from the others; each single message is sent from the master reader 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 One Shot or Phase Mode)
 ID-NET™ (up to 32 devices, max network extension of 1000 m)
Figure 91 – ID-NET™ M/S Multidata
The auxiliary serial interface of the slave readers can be used in Local Echo
communication mode to control any single reader (visualize collected data)
or to configure it using the VisiSet™ utility.
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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The same configuration can be made to a Host using a TCP/IP Ethernet interface. In this
case the Master is connected to a CBX500 with BM200/210 Host Interface Module installed.
The TCP/IP Ethernet, auxiliary, and ID-NET™ interfaces are connected as shown in the
figure below.
4
Power
CBX500
Master
1
Slave#1
Slave#n
2
Terminal
3
Host
 BM200/210 TCP/IP Ethernet Interface
 Auxiliary Serial Interface (Local Echo) (RS232)
 External Trigger (for One Shot or Phase Mode)
 ID-NET™ (up to 32 devices, max network extension of 1000 m)
Figure 92 – ID-NET™ M/S Multidata Layout with BM200/210 TCP/IP Ethernet Interface to Host
The auxiliary serial interface of the slave readers can be used in Local Echo
communication mode to control any single reader (visualize collected data)
or to configure it using the VisiSet™ utility.
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The ID-NET™ termination resistor switches must be set to ON only in the first
and last CBX connection box.
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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
reader (internal CBX500 9-pin connector) using the VisiSet™ configuration program or Host
Mode programming.
3
Power
Slave#1
Slave#n
2
Master
1
Host
 Fieldbus Interface
 External Trigger (for One Shot or Phase Mode)
 ID-NET™ (up to 16 devices - practical limit)
Figure 93 – 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 One Shot or Phase Mode)
 ID-NET™ (up to 32 devices, max network extension of 1000 m)
Figure 94 – ID-NET™ Fieldbus M/S Multidata
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6.4 RS232 MASTER/SLAVE
(21X-x0x models only)
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 readers 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 readers use RS232 only on the main and auxiliary serial interfaces. Each slave
reader 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 reader 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 reader to the Host
computer.
In this layout the Master operating mode can be set only to Phase Mode.
The Phase ON/OFF signals must be brought only to the Master. It is not necessary to
bring them to the Slave readers.
The main and auxiliary ports are connected as shown in the figure below.
1
2
1
2
Slave#1
1
Slave#n
3
Power
Master
Host
 Main Serial Interface (Slaves RS232 only)
 Auxiliary Serial Interface (RS232)
 External Trigger
Figure 95 – RS232 Master/Slave Layout
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6.5 MULTIPLEXER
(21X-x0x models only)
This interface is provided for backward compatibility. We recommend using
the more efficient ID-NET™ network for Master/Slave or Multiplexer layouts.
NOTE
Each reader is connected to a Multiplexer (for example MX4000) with the RS485 half-duplex
main interface through a CBX connection box.
Before proceeding with the connection it is necessary to select the MUX32 communication
protocol and the multidrop address for each reader.
1
0
1
31
2
2
3
3
MX4000
2
3
Power
Host
 Main Serial Interface (RS485 Half-Duplex)
 Auxiliary Serial Interface (Local Echo) (RS232)
 External Trigger (for One Shot or Phase Mode)
Figure 96 - Multiplexer Layout
The auxiliary serial interface of the slave readers can be used in Local Echo communication
mode to control any single reader (visualize collected data) or to configure it using the
VisiSet™ utility.
Each reader has its own reading phase independent from the others. When One Shot or
Phase Mode operating mode is used, the reader can be activated by an External Trigger (for
example a pulse from a photoelectric sensor) when the object enters its reading zone.
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6.6 USB CONNECTION
(21X-x2x models only)
For Matrix 200 XXX-020 models, the USB connection is possible in two different layouts. The
default baud rate is 115200. To maximize data transfer you can set it up to 921600 by
configuring the reader though the Communication parameters via VisiSet™. For further
details, see the Communication Folder in the VisiSet™ Help On Line.
In a Point-to-Point layout the reader is connected to a local host through its USB cable. No
external power supply is necessary.
Matrix 200™
Host
Figure 97 - USB Point-to-Point Layout
One or more Matrix 200™ USB models can be connected to USB Hub. The HUB must be
able to supply 500 mA to each port.
Matrix 200™
HOST
USB HUB
Figure 98 – Multi USB Hub Layout
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7 READING FEATURES
Focus
Distance
MODELS
Field of View
(1)
PPI
(2)
mm (in)
mm (in)
Typ.
Linear and
Stacked
Code
Resolution
mm (mils)
214-xxx UHD
30
(1.18)
16.5  10.5
(0.65  0.41)
211-xxx NEAR
45
(1.77)
35  22
(1.38  0.87)
545
0.10 (4)
212-xxx MEDIUM
65
(2.56)
50  32
(1.97  1.26)
380
0.15 (6)
213-xxx FAR
(1)
(2)
(3)





105
(4.13)
1150
80  50
(3.15  1.97)
@ Focus Distance
Pixels per inch @ Focus Distance
Measurement Conditions:
Test Chart: provided with the reader
Still code at the center of the FOV
Code Symbology: Data Matrix ECC 200
Tilt Angle: 45°
Skew Angle: 15°
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




0.063 (2.5)
0.20 (8)
2D Code Resolution
mm (mils)
Reading
(3)
Distance
mm (in)
min.
max.
32 (1.26)
Max.
0.076 (3)
28 (1.10)
Typ.
0.13 (5)
23 (0.91)
38 (1.50)
Max.
0.13 (5)
42 (1.65)
53 (2.08)
Typ.
0.19 (7.5)
36 (1.42)
61 (2.40)
Max.
0.19 (7.5)
54 (2.13)
90 (3.54)
Typ.
0.25 (10)
47 (1.85)
101 (3.97)
Max.
0.25 (10)
85 (3.35)
135 (5.31)
Typ.
0.38 (15)
70 (2.76)
192 (7.55)
Image Processing Mode = Advanced Code Setting
Module Size (mils) equal to the resolution of the code to read
Image Processing Self Tuning = Enabled
Image Processing Self Tuning Mode = Code Contrast Levels Only *
Image Acquisition Self Tuning = Enabled (for 213-xxx models only)
* This parameter setting can increase the image processing time.
All distances are measured from the reading window to the code surface.
Depending on the code resolution, symbology and number of characters in the code, the
Reading Area can be different from the FOV.
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7.1 MAXIMUM LINE SPEED CALCULATION
The Exposure Time (or Shutter) parameter defines the time during which the image will be
exposed to the reader sensor to be acquired. This parameter depends heavily on the
environmental conditions (external lighting, image contrast etc.).
In general, a longer time corresponds to a lighter image but is susceptible to blurring due to
the code movement; a shorter exposure time corresponds to a darker image.
NOTE
The following considerations must be applied only when the internal
lighting system and 2D codes are used. The Maximum line speed allowed
for linear codes or postal code reading applications heavily depends on the
direction of symbol movement. When the direction of movement is parallel
to the elements of the code, the maximum speed is greater.
Assuming:

X: Code Resolution (mm)

Texp: Exposure Time (s)

LS: Line Speed (mm/s)
The essential condition to avoid blurring effects between two adjacent elements in a dynamic
reading application is:
LS x Texp  X
The maximum (theoretical) line speed (LS) can be calculated as follows:
X / Texp (min) = LS (max)
Texp (min) is the minimum Exposure Time value obtainable for the specific application. It
can be evaluated in static reading conditions and may depend on code printing quality,
reader position, etc.
Using the formulas previously explained it is possible to calculate the theoretical maximum
line (target) speed expected for the application, based on the maximum code resolution and
the minimum suitable Exposure Time value.
The minimum Exposure Time value depends on the Matrix reader model selected for the
application (reading distance) and on external lighting.
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The Internal Lighting Mode parameter allows to set the operating mode of the internal
lighting system. The possible values are:

Disabled: the built-in lighting system is turned off all the time. This option can be useful
only if external lighting is sufficient;

Always ON: the built-in lighting system is turned on all the time at the lowest power level.
This option is useful if the lighting system blinking (Strobed operating mode) disturbs the
operator.

Very High/High/Medium/Low-Power Strobed: the built-in lighting system is on only during
the image exposure time. Four different lighting levels can be set.
NOTE
To avoid LED array overheating, for Power Strobed settings, the program
automatically limits the range of allowed values for the Exposure Time
parameter. Therefore, after changes to Internal Lighting Mode, recheck
Exposure Time.
CAUTION:
The maximum target speed in the application is affected by these conditions:

Code/Background Contrast: maximum speed decreases when decreasing image
contrast (poor quality codes, reflective transparent coverings, different supports and
printing techniques).

Code Resolution: maximum speed increases when decreasing code resolution (there is
a decrement of overlapping effects between two adjacent elements).

Tilt Angle: maximum speed decreases when increasing Tilt angle (from 0 to 45
degrees).
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8 SOFTWARE CONFIGURATION
Software configuration of your Matrix 200™ for static reading or simple code reading
applications can be accomplished by the Rapid Configuration procedure using the XPRESS™ HMI (which requires no external configuration program) or by using the VisiSet™
Setup Wizard for easy setup. These procedures are described in chapter 1.
For all other applications use VisiSet™ through the reader serial ports.
8.1 VISISET™ SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS
To install and run VisiSet™ you should have a Laptop or PC that meets or exceeds the
following:

Pentium processor

Win 98/2000, NT 4.0, XP or Vista

32 MB Ram

5 MB free HD space

one free RS232 serial port with 115 Kbaud

SVGA board (800x600) or better using more than 256 colors
8.2 INSTALLING VISISET™
To install VisiSet™, proceed as follows:
1. Turn on the Laptop or PC that will be used for configuration (connected to the Matrix
200™ communication ports).
2. After Windows finishes booting, insert the CD-ROM provided.
3. Launch VisiSet™ installation by clicking Install.
4. Follow the instructions in the installation procedure.
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8.3 STARTUP
After completing the mechanical and electrical connections to Matrix 200™, you can begin
software configuration as follows:
1. Power on the Matrix 200™ reader. Wait for the reader startup. The system bootstrap
requires a few seconds to be completed. The reader automatically enters Run Mode.
2. Run the VisiSet™ program.
3. Press Connect on the VisiSet™ menu bar. The PC will automatically connect to the
Matrix 200™ reader.
Upon connection, Matrix 200™ exits Run Mode and displays the Main Menu on VisiSet™
with all the commands necessary to monitor your reader's performance. You can select
these commands using the mouse or by pressing the key corresponding to the letter
shown on the button. See Figure 99.
Menu Bar
Terminal
Window
Commands
Window
Status Bar
Figure 99 - Main Window
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8.3.1
VisiSet™ Options
The Options item from the VisiSet™ menu (see Figure 99) presents a window allowing you
to configure:

the logging function (Log)

VisiSet™ window properties (Environment)

VisiSet™ communication channel (Communication)
Figure 100 - Options - Log
Figure 101 - Options - Environment
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Figure 102 - Options – Communication
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8.4 CONFIGURATION
Once connected to Matrix 200™ as described in par. 8.3, you can modify the configuration
parameters as follows:
1. Press the Calibration Tool button from the Main Menu. Matrix 200™ will download its
permanent memory configuration parameters with the default values (if it is the first time)
to VisiSet™. The Calibration Tool window will be displayed together with the Parameter
Setup window working in Interactive Mode (see par. 8.4.1 and par. 8.4.3).
2. Edit the Matrix 200™ configuration parameters according to your application
requirements.
3. Use the Calibration Tool to fine tune the reading performance. See par. 8.4.3.
4. Close the Calibration Tool window and disable the Interactive Mode by pressing the
interactive button.
5. Save the new configuration to the reader permanent memory by pressing the Send
button.
6. Close the Parameter Setup window and press Disconnect on the VisiSet™ menu bar
(see Figure 99) or launch Run Mode from the VisiSet™ Main menu.
Disconnect exits closing communication between Matrix 200™ and VisiSet™, and
causes Matrix 200™ to enter Run Mode. The disconnected reader serial port is now
available.
Run command does not close communication between Matrix 200™ and VisiSet™,
and causes Matrix 200™ to enter Run Mode. In this case the reader output messages
are displayed on the VisiSet™ terminal and the statistics are displayed in the
Statistics window (Statistics enabled).
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Edit Reader Parameters
The Parameter Setup window displays the configuration parameters grouped in a series of
folders. Each parameter can be modified by selecting a different item from the prescribed list
in the box, or by typing new values directly into the parameter box.
By right clicking the mouse when positioned over the name of a specific Parameter or Group,
a pop-up menu appears allowing you to directly manage that particular parameter or group.
You can View the Selected Value for each parameter.
You can Restore the Default Value of each parameter or of all the parameters of a group.
Get Properties gives information about the parameter in the form of a pop-up hint that
describes the default value and the range/list of valid values.
The Short Help gives information about the parameter in the form of a pop-up hint.
Parameter Group
Parameter
Single group/parameter
management
(right click)
Figure 103 - Editing Parameters
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Parameters to verify/modify:
 Operating Mode
Sets the parameters which customize the reader operating
mode starting from three main modes:
One Shot: acquires a single image based on the selected
value for the Acquisition Trigger and Acquisition Trigger
Delay.
Continuous: continuously acquires images with a rate up
to the maximum allowable frame rate per second for the
given sensor depending on the decoding time and the
Region of Interest settings.
Phase Mode: acquires images during the reading phase
depending on the selected value for the Acquisition Trigger
and Acquisition Trigger Delay. The Reading Phase-ON
and Reading Phase-OFF events mark respectively the
beginning and end of the reading phase.
 Calibration
Calibrates the acquisition parameters to maximize the
reading performance (see par. 8.4.3).
 Communication
Configures the parameters relative to each serial port
regarding the transmission, message formatting and string
receiving.
Any change to the VisiSet™ communication port
parameters (baud rate, data bits, etc.) is effective as soon
as the reader is disconnected from VisiSet™.
 CBX Gateway
Sets the parameters related to the External Host Interface
Module through the CBX500 and to its communication
channels.
 Display
Sets the Display language and Layout of the BM150
Display when using the CBX500 connection box.
 Diagnostics
Enables various diagnostic messages, formatting and
actions.
 Reading System Layout
Allows configuring the device according to the desired
layout: Standalone, ID-NET™ or Master/Slave RS232
 Image Processing
Sets the image processing parameters shared by all
available symbologies.
 1D & 2D, Postal Codes
Sets the characteristics of the code symbologies to be
read.
 Data Collection
Defines the code-collection parameters and the output
message format.
 Digital I/O
Configures the reader input/output parameters.
 Match Code
Allows setting a user-defined code and relative parameters
to which the read code will be compared (matched).
 Miscellaneous
Sets the reader name and the saved image format.
 Symbol Verification
Sets the parameters relative to the various specifications
in the Standards which regulate code validation.
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Sets the X-PRESS™ LED and Keypad parameters related to
their selected Functions: Beeper, Green Spot, Positioning,
etc.
When all the configuration parameters are set correctly, save them to the Matrix 200™
reader by pressing the Send button. See Figure 103.
For successive configuration of other readers or for backup/archive copies, it is possible to
save the configuration onto your PC by selecting the Save Configuration File option from
the File menu.
From the File menu, you can also Save Configuration As Text File for a human readable
version.
Load Configuration File (available in the File menu) allows you to configure a reader from a
previously saved configuration file (.ini).
8.4.2
Send Configuration Options
The device parameters are divided into two main classes, Configuration and Environmental
which are effected differently by the Send Configuration and Send Default Configuration
commands.
Configuration Parameters regard parameters that are specific to the device. These
parameters are influenced by the Send Configuration and Send Default Configuration
commands, that is they are overwritten by these commands. The same parameters are
modified by the following "Send Configuration with Options" and "Send Default Configuration
with Options" dialogs from the Device Menu:
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Environmental Parameters regard the device Identity and Position in a Network (ID-NET™,
Master/Slave RS232, MUX 32) and are not influenced by the "Send Default Configuration"
and "Send Configuration" commands. This allows individual devices to be configured
differently without affecting their recognized position in the network.
The following is a list of the Environmental Parameters:
READING SYSTEM LAYOUT
- Device Network Setting
- Number of Slaves
DEVICE NETWORK SETTINGS
- Topology Role
- ID-NET Slave Address
- Network Baud Rate
EXPECTED SLAVE DEVICES
- Status
- Device Description
- Device Network Name
MAIN PORT
- Communication Protocol
- Multidrop Address
MISCELLANEOUS
- Reader Name
- User Name
- Line Name
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For device replacement it is necessary to send the previously saved configuration (both
Configuration and Environmental parameters) to the new device. To do this select "Send
Configuration with Options" from the Device Menu and check the Environmental Parameters
checkbox:
In order to return a device to its absolute default parameters including Environmental
parameters, the following Send Default Configuration with Options" dialog must be used:
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8.4.3
Calibration
VisiSet™ provides a Calibration Tool to maximize the reading performance by tuning the
acquisition parameters and the time of the delayed triggers.
By selecting the Calibration Tool from the VisiSet™ Main Menu (F), the following window
appears together with the Parameter Setup window:
Figure 104 - Calibration OK
This tool provides a "real-time" image display while Matrix 200™ is reading. It also gives
immediate results on the performance of the installed Matrix 200™ reader.
The Parameter Setup window works in Interactive Mode in order to cause each parameter
setting to be immediately effective.
NOTE
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If you want to save the temporary configuration to permanent memory, you
must first close the Calibration Tool window. Then, you must disable the
Interactive Mode and select the Permanent Memory option from the Send
Configuration item in the Device menu.
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The following examples show some of the typical conditions occurring during the installation:
Under-exposure:
To correct this result it is recommended to change the following parameters in their order of
appearance:
1. increase the Exposure Time
2. increase the Gain
In general, a longer exposure time corresponds to a lighter image but is
susceptible to blurring due to code movement. Exposure time is also
limited by the Internal Lighting mode parameter. Longer esposure times
can be set if the power strobe level is lowered.
NOTE
High gain settings may produce a grainy image that may affect the
decoding process.
Figure 105 - Example Under Exposure: Too Dark
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Over-exposure:
To correct this result it is recommended to change the following parameters in their order of
appearance:
1. decrease the Gain
2. decrease the Exposure Time
Figure 106 - Example Over Exposure: Too Light
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Moving code out of the Field of View:
To correct this result and have the code completely visible in F.O.V., it is possible to follow
one or both the procedures listed below:
 reposition the reader
 use the Acquisition Trigger Delay by tuning the Delay Time (x100µs)
Figure 107 - Example out of FOV
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8.4.4
Multi Image Acquisition Settings
When controlled variable conditions occur in the application, Multiple Image Acquisition
Settings (up to 10), can be defined to create a database of parameter groups that handle
each specific application condition. This database of pre-defined settings functions cyclically
and therefore automatically improves system flexibility and readiness.
For example, an application may have two stable but different lighting conditions which
require different lighting options. One Image Acquisition Setting could enable and use the
internal illuminator and a second setting could disable Internal Lighting to use external
lighting. These two groups will be used cyclically on each acquisition in order to automatically
capture the correctly lighted image.
Image Acquisition Settings are found in the VisiSet™ Calibration parameter setup menu.
By selecting a different number and enabling its Status you can define the parameters for a
new group.
8.4.5
Run Time Self Tuning (RTST)
Run Time Self-Tuning (RTST) increases Matrix’s flexibility in the presence of uncontrolled
variable conditions (lighting, code contrast, etc.) by automatically adjusting its acquisition
parameters.
Self Tuning Calibration
In the Calibration parameter setup menu, the Self Tuning parameters manage the Image
Acquisition Setting parameters dynamically. Self Tuning provides automatic adjustment in
run time of different acquisition parameters (Exposure Time and/or Gain) for each captured
image based on calculations performed on previous acquisitions. These dynamic settings will
be used instead of the static settings saved in memory.
From
Not Readable
to
Readable
For more details see the Matrix 200™ Help On-Line.
Self Tuning Image Processing
In the Image Processing parameter setup menu, the Self Tuning parameters manage the
Image Processing and Symbology related parameters. They perform different processing
attempts on the same captured image according to the selected Self Tuning Mode parameter
value: (Symbologies Only, Processing Modes Only, Decoding Methods Only, Code Contrast
Levels Only, Image Mirroring Only, or General Purpose).
For more details see the Matrix 200™ Help On-Line.
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Region Of Interest Windowing
In order to satisfy very high throughput applications, higher frame rates can be achieved
using the powerful Region Of Interest Windowing parameters in the Calibration parameter
setup menu.
Region Of Interest Windowing allows defining a region or window within the reader FOV.
The Top, Bottom, Left and Right parameters allow to precisely define the image window to
be processed, visualized and saved.
In Matrix 200™ the frame rate is dependent on the number of rows and columns in the
defined window.
The smaller the window, the lower the frame period and consequently the higher the frame
rate. In general the Image Processing time can be reduced by reducing the window
dimensions.
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8.4.7
Direct Part Marking Applications
Decoding Method: Direct Marking
For DataMatrix and QR code the Decoding Method parameter selects the decoding
algorithm according to the printing/marking technique used to create the symbol and on the
overall printing/marking quality. The Direct Marking selection improves the decode rate for
low quality Direct Part Mark codes and in general for Direct Part Mark codes with dot peening
type module shapes.
Washed out and Axial
Distortion
Dot Peening On
Scratched Surface
Low Contrast
Problem
Background
Problems
Marked On Curved
Shiny Surface
Axial
distortion
Half moon effects
Shiny surface,
noisy background
Low contrast,
noisy background
All the previous examples are successfully read selecting the Direct Marking Decoding
Method.
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Image Filter
Sets the filter to be applied to the image before being processed. This parameter can be
used to successfully decode particular ink-spread printed codes (ex. direct part mark codes).
A different filter can be applied to each Image Acquisition Setting.
The Erode Filter enlarges the image dark zones to increase readability.
Before - No Read
After - Readable
Erode
The Dilate Filter enlarges the image white zones to increase readability.
Before - No Read
After - Readable
Dilate
The Close filter eliminates dark areas (defects) in the white zones of the image.
The Open filter eliminates white areas (defects) in the dark zones of the image.
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8.5 IMAGE CAPTURE AND DECODING
By using the Capture Image and Decode Last Image functions from the VisiSet™ Main
menu, you can get information about the image decodable codes in terms of Symbology,
encoded Data, Position and Orientation, Decode Time and Code Quality Assessment Metrics.
Figure 108 - Capture and Decoding Functions
8.6 STATISTICS
Statistics on the reading performance can be viewed by enabling the Statistics parameter
and selecting the View Statistics item in the File menu. One of three different windows
appears depending on the operating mode.
Refer to the VisiSet™ Help On Line for more details.
Figure 109 - Code Statistics
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MAINTENANCE
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9 MAINTENANCE
9.1 CLEANING
Clean the reading window (see Figure A, 1) 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.
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10 TROUBLESHOOTING
10.1 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
Matrix 200™ 25-pin male D-sub 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 VisiSet
program help files. Either connect the device and select the parameter you’re interested in
by pressing the F1 key, or select Help>Paramters Help 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): Application Program version,
Parameter Configuration file, Serial Number and Order Number of your reader. You can
get this information while VisiSet™ is connected to the reader: the Application Program
version is shown in the Terminal Window; the Parameter Configuration can be saved to an
.ini file applying the File>Save Configuration File command in the Parameter Setup
window; Serial Number and Order Number can be obtained by applying the respective
command in the Tools menu.
TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDE
Problem
Suggestion
Power ON:
the “POWER” LED is not lit.
 Is power connected?
 If using a power adapter (like PG6000), is it connected
to wall outlet?
 If using rail power, does rail have power?
 If using CBX, does it have power (check switch and
LED)?
 Check if you are referring to the 25-pin connector or to
the CBX spring clamp connectors.
 Measure Voltage either at pin 13 and pin 25 (for 25-pin
One Shot or Phase Mode
using the Input 1 (External
Trigger) or Input 2:
the ”TRIGGER” LED is not
blinking while the External
Trigger is switching.









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connector) or at spring clamp Vdc and GND (for CBX).
Check if you are referring to the 25-pin connector or to
the CBX spring clamp connectors.
Is the sensor connected to the Input 1 or Input 2?
Is power supplied to the photo sensor?
For NPN configuration, is power supplied to one of the
two I1 or I2 signals (A or B)?
For PNP configuration, is one of the two I1 or I2 signals
grounded (A or B)?
Are the photo sensor LEDS (if any) working correctly?
Is the sensor/reflector system aligned (if present)?
In the Digital I/O folder check the EXTERNAL
TRIGGER or INPUT 2\Debounce Filter parameter
setting.
In the Operating Mode folder check the settings for
Reading Phase-ON, Acquisition Trigger and
Reading Phase-OFF parameters.
TROUBLESHOOTING
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TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDE
Problem
Suggestion
One Shot or Phase Mode
using serial trigger source:
the ”TRIGGER” LED is not
blinking.
 In the Operating Mode folder check the settings for



Phase Mode:
the ”TRIGGER" LED is
correctly blinking but no image
is displayed in VisiSet™
Calibration Tool window.
Continuous Mode:
the ”TRIGGER” LED is not
blinking.
Any Operating Mode:
the ”TRIGGER” LED is
correctly blinking but no result
is transmitted by the reader at
the end of the reading phase
collection.
Image not clear:
Image focused but not
decoded:
Reading:
the reader always transmits
the No Read Message

Communication:
reader is not transmitting
anything to the host.


Reading Phase-ON, Acquisition Trigger and
Reading Phase-OFF parameters.
Are the COM port parameters (Baud Rate, Parity, Data
Bits, Stop Bits, Handshake) correctly assigned?
In the communication folder, check the settings of
Reading Phase-ON String, Acquisition Trigger
String and Reading Phase-OFF String parameters.
Is the serial trigger source correctly connected?
Is the Phase frequency lower than the maximum frame
rate?
 Verify the correct software configuration settings.
 In the Data Collection folder check the settings for the
CODE COLLECTION, DATA FORMAT and
STATISTICS parameter groups.
 Verify the Focus procedure
 Verify the Calibrate Image Density prodcedure.
 Run the Rapid Configuration procedure in chapter 1.
 Position the reader as described in par. 3.3 and through


the VisiSet™ Calibration Tool:
 Tune the ACQUISITION TRIGGER DELAY, if the
moving code is out of the reader field of view;
 Set the Continuous Operating Mode if no external
trigger source is available;
 Tune the IMAGE ACQUISITION SETTING to
improve the code image quality;
 Check the parameter setting in Decoding,
2D Codes, 1D Codes, and Postal Codes folders;
 View the full resolution code image to check the
printing or marking quality.
Is the serial cable wiring correct?
If using CBX, be sure the RS485 termination switch is
OFF.
Are the host serial port settings the same as the reader
serial port settings?
In VisiSet™ Digital I/O folder, "COM" LED can be
configured to indicate MAIN COM port TX or MAIN
COM port RX.
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TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDE
Problem
Suggestion
Communication:
data transferred to the host
are incorrect, corrupted or
incomplete.
 Are the host serial port settings the same as the reader
serial port settings?
 In VisiSet Communication folder check the settings of
Header and Terminator String parameters.
 In VisiSet™ Data Collection folder, check the settings of
How do I obtain my reader
Serial Number?



How do I obtain my reader
Order Number?
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

DATA FORMAT parameter group.
The reader Serial Number consists of 9 characters: one
letter, 2 numbers, another letter followed by 5 numbers.
The reader Serial Number is printed on a label that is
affixed on the bottom case near the reading window.
The Serial Number can also be obtained by selecting
Tools/Get Reader Serial Number from the command
menu in VisiSet. A dedicated window will appear.
The reader Order Number consists of 9 numbers.
The reader Order Number can be obtained by selecting
the Tools/Get Reader Order Number from the command
menu in VisiSet. A dedicated window will appear.
TECHNICAL FEATURES
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11 TECHNICAL FEATURES
ELECTRICAL FEATURES
Power
Supply Voltage
Consumption
Matrix 200 21x-x0x models
Matrix 200 21x-x2x models
10 to 30 Vdc
0.32 to 0.12 A, 3.6 W max.
0.29 to 0.10 A, 3.0 W typ.
5 Vdc
0.5 A, 2.5 W max.
0.4 A, 2.0 W typ.
Communication Interfaces
Main
- RS232
- RS485 full-duplex
- RS485 half-duplex
Auxiliary - RS232
ID-NET™
2400 to 115200 bit/s
2400 to 115200 bit/s
2400 to 115200 bit/s
2400 to 115200 bit/s
Up to 1MBaud
Inputs
Input 1 (External Trigger) and Input 2
Max. Voltage
Opto-coupled and polarity insensitive
30 Vdc
USB 2.0 up to 921600 bit/s
Max. Input Current
Outputs
Output 1 and Output 2
10 mA
VOut (ILoad = 0 mA) Max.
VOut (ILoad = 10 mA) Max.
30 Vdc
1.8 Vdc
PD = VOut  ILoad Max.
170 mW
Opto-coupled
OPTICAL FEATURES
Image Sensor
Image Format
Frame Rate
Pitch
CMOS sensor with Global Shutter
WVGA (752x480)
up to 60 frames/sec. @ full window size
Tilt
 35°
0° - 360°
Lighting System
LED Safety Class
Internal Illuminator
Class 1 to EN60825-1
ENVIRONMENTAL FEATURES
Operating Temperature *
0 to 50 C (32 to 122 °F)
Storage Temperature
-20 to 70 C (-4 to 158 °F)
90% non condensing
14 mm @ 2 to 10 Hz; 1.5 mm @ 13 to 55 Hz;
2 g @ 70 to 200 Hz; 2 hours on each axis
30g; 6 ms;
5000 shocks on each axis
30g; 11 ms;
3 shocks on each axis
Max. Humidity
Vibration Resistance
EN 60068-2-6
Bump Resistance
EN 60068-2-29
Shock Resistance
EN 60068-2-27
Protection Class
EN 60529
IP65
PHYSICAL FEATURES
Matrix 200 21x-1xx models
Matrix 200 21x-0xx models
Dimensions
Weight
50 x 25 x 45 mm (1.97 x 0.98 x 1.77 in)
60 g. (2.1 oz.) without cable
54 x 32 x 45 mm (2.13 x 1.26 x 1.77 in)
Material
Aluminium alloy
* high ambient temperature applications should use metal mounting bracket for heat dissipation
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SOFTWARE FEATURES
Readable Code Symbologies
1-D and stacked
 PDF417 Standard and Micro PDF417
 Code 128 (EAN 128)
 Code 39 (Standard and Full ASCII)
 Interleaved 2 of 5




Codabar
Code 93
Pharmacode
EAN-8/13 - UPC-A/E
(including Addon 2 and Addon 5)
 GS1 DataBar (RSS) Family
 Composite Symbologies
Operating Mode
Configuration Methods
Parameter Storage
2-D
 Data Matrix ECC 200
(Standard and Direct Marking)
 QR Code
(Standard and Direct Marking)
 Micro QR Code
 MAXICODE
 Aztec Code
 Microglyph
(this symbology requires an
activation procedure – contact your
local Datalogic Automation
distributor for details)




POSTAL
Australia Post
Royal Mail 4 State Customer
Kix Code
Japan Post




PLANET
POSTNET
POSTNET (+BB)
Intelligent Mail
ONE SHOT, CONTINUOUS, PHASE MODE
X-PRESS™ Human Machine Interface
Windows-based SW (VisiSet™) via serial or USB link
Serial Host Mode Programming sequences
Permanent memory (Flash)
CODE QUALITY VERIFICATION
Standard
ISO/IEC 16022
ISO/IEC 18004
ISO/IEC 15415
ISO/IEC 15416
AS9132A
AIM DPM
Supported Symbologies
Data Matrix ECC 200
QR Code
Data Matrix ECC 200, QR Code
Code 128, Code 39, Interleaved 2 of 5, Codabar, Code 93, EAN-8/13, UPC-A/E
Data Matrix ECC 200
Data Matrix ECC 200, QR Code
USER INTERFACE
LED Indicators
Other
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Power, Ready, Good; Trigger; Com, Status; (Green Spot)
Keypad Button (configurable via VisiSet™); Beeper
GLOSSARY
AIM
(Association for Automatic Identification and Mobility): AIM Global is the international trade
association representing automatic identification and mobility technology solution providers.
AIM DPM Quality Guideline
Standard applicable to the symbol quality assessment of direct part marking (DPM)
performed in using two-dimensional bar code symbols. It defines modifications to the
measurement and grading of several symbol quality parameters.
AS9132
Standard defining uniform quality and technical requirements for direct part marking (DPM)
using Data Matrix symbologies.
Barcodes (1D Codes)
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.
BIOS
Basic Input Output System. A collection of ROM-based code with a standard API used to
interface with standard PC hardware.
Bit
Binary digit. One bit is the basic unit of binary information. Generally, eight consecutive bits
compose one byte of data. The pattern of 0 and 1 values within the byte determines its
meaning.
Bits per Second (bps)
Number of bits transmitted or received per second.
Byte
On an addressable boundary, eight adjacent binary digits (0 and 1) combined in a pattern to
represent a specific character or numeric value. Bits are numbered from the right, 0 through
7, with bit 0 the low-order bit. One byte in memory can be used to store one ASCII character.
Composite Symbologies
Consist of a linear component, which encodes the item's primary data, and an adjacent 2D
composite component, which encodes supplementary data to the linear component.
Dark Field Illumination
Lighting of surfaces at low angles used to avoid direct reflection of the light in the reader’s
lens.
Decode
To recognize a barcode symbology (e.g., Codabar, Code 128, Code 3 of 9, UPC/EAN, etc.)
and analyze the content of the barcode scanned.
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Depth of Field
The difference between the minimum and the maximum distance of the object in the field of
view that appears to be in focus.
Diffused Illumination
Distributed soft lighting from a wide variety of angles used to eliminate shadows and direct
reflection effects from highly reflective surfaces.
Direct Part Mark (DPM)
A symbol marked on an object using specific techniques like dot peening, laser etching,
chemical etching, etc.
EEPROM
Electrically Erasable Programmable Read-Only Memory. An on-board non-volatile memory
chip.
Element
The basic unit of data encoding in a 1D or 2D symbol. A single bar, space, cell, dot.
Exposure Time
For digital cameras based on image sensors equipped with an electronic shutter, it defines
the time during which the image will be exposed to the sensor to be acquired.
Flash
Non-volatile memory for storing application and configuration files.
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.
Image Processing
Any form of information processing for which the input is an image and the output is for
instance a set of features of the image.
Image Resolution
The number of rows and columns of pixels in an image. The total number of pixels of an
image sensor.
Image Sensor
Device converting a visual image to an electric signal. It is usually an array of CCD (Charge
Coupled Devices) or CMOS (Complementary Metal Oxide Semiconductor) pixel sensors.
IEC
(International Electrotechnical Commission): Global organization that publishes international
standards for electrical, electronic, and other technologies.
IP Address
The terminal’s network address. Networks use IP addresses to determine where to send
data that is being transmitted over a network. An IP address is a 32-bit number referred to as
a series of 8-bit numbers in decimal dot notation (e.g., 130.24.34.03). The highest 8-bit
number you can use is 254.
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ISO
(International Organization for Standardization): A network of the national standards
institutes of several countries producing world-wide industrial and commercial standards.
LED (Light Emitting Diode)
A low power electronic light source commonly used as an indicator light. It uses less power
than an incandescent light bulb but more than a Liquid Crystal Display (LCD).
LED Illuminator
LED technology used as an extended lighting source in which extra optics added to the chip
allow it to emit a complex radiated light pattern.
Matrix Symbologies (2D Codes)
An arrangement of regular polygon shaped cells where the center-to-center distance of
adjacent elements is uniform. Matrix symbols may include recognition patterns which do not
follow the same rules as the other elements within the symbol.
Multidrop
A communication protocol for connecting two or more readers in a network with a
concentrator (or controller) and characterized by the use of individual device addresses.
Multi-row (or Stacked) Symbologies
Symbologies where a long symbol is broken into sections and stacked one upon another
similar to sentences in a paragraph.
RAM
Random Access Memory. Data in RAM can be accessed in random order, and quickly
written and read.
Symbol Verification
The act of processing a code to determine whether or not it meets specific requirements.
Transmission Control Protocol/Internet Protocol (TCP/IP)
A suite of standard network protocols that were originally used in UNIX environments but are
now used in many others. The TCP governs sequenced data; the IP governs packet
forwarding. TCP/IP is the primary protocol that defines the Internet.
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INDEX
2
25-Pin Connector, 51
25-Pin Direct Connections, 51
A
Accessories, 25
Application Examples, 25
Auxiliary RS232 Interface, 44, 62
C
Calibration, 94
CBX Electrical Connections, 33
Compliance, vii
E
Edit Reader Parameters, 89
G
General View, x
Glossary, 109
H
Handling, viii
I
ID-NET™, 73
ID-NET™ Cables, 39, 57
ID-NET™ Interface, 39, 57
ID-NET™ Network Termination, 44, 62
ID-NET™ Response Time, 40, 58
Image Capture and Decoding, 102
Inputs, 45, 63
Installing VisiSet™, 84
L
Layouts, 69
M
Main Serial Interface, 34, 52
Maintenance, 103
112
Mechanical Dimensions, 29
Model Description, 24
Mounting and Positioning Matrix 200™, 31
Multiplexer, 79
O
Outputs, 48, 66
P
Package Contents, 28
Pass-Through, 72
Patents, vi
Point-to-Point, 69
Power Supply, vii, 34, 52
R
Rapid Configuration, 1
Reader Configuration, 88
Reading Features, 81
References, vi
RS232 Interface, 35, 53
RS232 Master/Slave, 78
RS485 Full-Duplex, 36, 54
RS485 Half-Duplex, 37, 55
S
Service and Support, vi
Software Configuration, 84
Statistics, 102
T
Technical Features, 107
Troubleshooting, 104
U
USB Connection, 80
V
VisiSet™ Options, 86
DECLARATION OF CONFORMITY
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Datalogic Automation S.r.l.
Via S. Vitalino 13
40012 - Lippo di Calderara
Bologna - Italy
dichiara che
declares that the
déclare que le
bescheinigt, daß das Gerät
declare que el
Matrix 2XX YYY-ZZZ
e tutti i suoi modelli
and all its models
et tous ses modèles
und seine Modelle
y todos sus modelos
sono conformi alle Direttive del Consiglio Europeo sottoelencate:
are in conformity with the requirements of the European Council Directives listed below:
sont conformes aux spécifications des Directives de l'Union Européenne ci-dessous:
der nachstehend angeführten Direktiven des Europäischen Rats:
cumple con los requisitos de las Directivas del Consejo Europeo, según la lista siguiente:
89/336/EEC EMC Directive
e
and
et
und
y
92/31/EEC, 93/68/EEC
emendamenti successivi
further amendments
ses successifs amendements
späteren Abänderungen
succesivas enmiendas
Basate sulle legislazioni degli Stati membri in relazione alla compatibilità elettromagnetica ed alla sicurezza dei prodotti.
On the approximation of the laws of Member States relating to electromagnetic compatibility and product safety.
Basée sur la législation des Etats membres relative à la compatibilité électromagnétique et à la sécurité des produits.
Über die Annäherung der Gesetze der Mitgliedsstaaten in bezug auf elektromagnetische Verträglichkeit und Produktsicherheit
entsprechen.
Basado en la aproximación de las leyes de los Países Miembros respecto a la compatibilidad electromagnética y las Medidas
de seguridad relativas al producto.
Questa dichiarazione è basata sulla conformità dei prodotti alle norme seguenti:
This declaration is based upon compliance of the products to the following standards:
Cette déclaration repose sur la conformité des produits aux normes suivantes:
Diese Erklärung basiert darauf, daß das Produkt den folgenden Normen entspricht:
Esta declaración se basa en el cumplimiento de los productos con las siguientes normas:
EN 55022 (Class A ITE), September 1998:
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
Lippo di Calderara, July 11th, 2008
Lorenzo Girotti
Product & Process Quality Manager
www.automation.datalogic.com
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