Datalogic Laser Barcode Reader DS4600A-2XX5 Installation manual

Datalogic Laser Barcode Reader DS4600A-2XX5 Installation manual
DS6300
Reference Manual
Datalogic Automation S.r.l.
Via S. Vitalino 13
40012 - Lippo di Calderara di Reno
Bologna - Italy
DS6300 Reference Manual
Ed.: 10/2007
ALL RIGHTS RESERVED
Datalogic reserves the right to make modifications or improvements without prior notification.
Datalogic shall not be liable for technical or editorial errors or omissions contained herein, nor for
incidental or consequential damages resulting from the use of this material.
Product names mentioned herein are for identification purposes only and may be trademarks and or
registered trademarks of their respective companies.
© Datalogic Automation S.r.l. 2003 - 2007
03/10/2007
CONTENTS
REFERENCES ............................................................................................................. v
Reference Documentation ............................................................................................ v
Services and Support ................................................................................................... v
COMPLIANCE............................................................................................................. vi
Electrical Safety ........................................................................................................... vi
Laser Safety................................................................................................................. vi
Power Supply...............................................................................................................vii
CE Compliance............................................................................................................vii
WEEE Compliance ......................................................................................................vii
GENERAL VIEW ......................................................................................................... ix
GUIDE TO INSTALLATION ....................................................................................... xii
Point-to-Point Installation.............................................................................................xii
Master/Slave Lonworks Installation ............................................................................xiii
1
1.1
1.2
1.3
1.4
1.5
INTRODUCTION .......................................................................................................... 1
Product Description ...................................................................................................... 1
Model Description ......................................................................................................... 2
Oscillating Mirror Models .............................................................................................. 3
Indicators ...................................................................................................................... 5
Accessories .................................................................................................................. 6
2
2.1
2.2
2.2.1
2.2.2
2.2.3
2.3
2.3.1
2.3.2
2.3.3
2.3.4
2.3.5
2.3.6
2.4
2.5
2.6
2.6.1
2.6.2
2.7
2.7.1
2.7.2
2.7.3
2.7.4
2.7.5
2.7.6
2.8
2.8.1
INSTALLATION ........................................................................................................... 7
Package Contents ........................................................................................................ 7
Mechanical Mounting.................................................................................................... 8
Mounting the Scanner................................................................................................... 8
Mounting the Scanner with Accessories..................................................................... 11
Mounting the Scanner with GFX-60............................................................................ 13
Electrical Connections ................................................................................................ 15
Main/Aux. Serial Interface and I/O Connector ............................................................ 17
Lonworks Connectors ................................................................................................. 26
Ethernet Connector..................................................................................................... 30
DeviceNet Connector.................................................................................................. 32
Profibus Connector ..................................................................................................... 33
Power Supply.............................................................................................................. 34
User Interface ............................................................................................................. 34
Positioning the Scanner.............................................................................................. 35
Typical Installations .................................................................................................... 37
Standard Installation ................................................................................................... 37
“45° Skew” Installation ................................................................................................ 37
Typical Layouts........................................................................................................... 38
Point-to-Point .............................................................................................................. 38
Pass Through ............................................................................................................. 40
RS232 Master/Slave................................................................................................... 41
Multiplexer .................................................................................................................. 43
Local Lonworks Network............................................................................................. 44
Fieldbus Network ........................................................................................................ 49
Keypad and Display.................................................................................................... 50
Internal Net ................................................................................................................. 50
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2.8.2
2.9
Test Mode................................................................................................................... 51
Focus Adjustment ....................................................................................................... 51
3
3.1
3.2
3.2.1
3.2.2
3.2.3
3.3
3.4
SOFTWARE CONFIGURATION................................................................................ 53
Genius™ Installation................................................................................................... 53
Guide to Rapid Configuration ..................................................................................... 53
Wizard for Quick Reader Setup .................................................................................. 53
Genius™ Network Setup Through Master.................................................................. 56
Alternative Slave Address Assignment....................................................................... 61
Advanced Genius™ Configuration ............................................................................. 61
Parameter Default Values........................................................................................... 62
4
4.1
4.1.1
4.2
4.2.1
4.3
4.3.1
4.3.2
4.3.3
READING FEATURES............................................................................................... 65
Advanced Code Reconstruction (ACR™ 4)................................................................ 65
Tilt Angle for Advanced Code Reconstruction ............................................................ 65
Performance ............................................................................................................... 66
Reading Conditions .................................................................................................... 66
Reading Diagrams ...................................................................................................... 68
DS6300 Standard Model ............................................................................................ 68
DS6300 Oscillating Mirror Model ................................................................................ 72
DS6300 with GFX-60.................................................................................................. 76
5
5.1
5.2
5.2.1
5.2.2
MAINTENANCE ......................................................................................................... 78
Cleaning...................................................................................................................... 78
Automatic Scanner Replacement (ASR) .................................................................... 78
ASR Network Configuration........................................................................................ 78
Scanner Replacement Procedure............................................................................... 79
6
TROUBLESHOOTING ............................................................................................... 80
7
TECHNICAL FEATURES........................................................................................... 83
GLOSSARY................................................................................................................ 85
INDEX......................................................................................................................... 88
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REFERENCES
REFERENCE DOCUMENTATION
The documentation related to the DS6300 management is listed below:
•
C-BOX Installation Manual
•
INT-30 20 mA Current Loop Interface Board for C-BOX 100
•
PWR-120 power supply unit
•
GFC-60 90° deflecting mirror
•
GFC-600 90° deg. mirror close distance
•
GFX-60 X-pattern mirror
•
Document about the Ethernet connectivity
•
Document about the Profibus connectivity
•
Help On-Line in PDF format
SERVICES 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 including:
- Genius™ a utility program, which allows device configuration using a PC. It provides
RS232 interface configuration.
•
SERVICES & SUPPORT
- Datalogic Services - Warranty Extensions and Maintenance Agreements
- Authorised Repair Centres
•
CONTACT US
E-mail form and listing of Datalogic Subsidiaries
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COMPLIANCE
ELECTRICAL SAFETY
This product conforms to the applicable requirements contained in the European Standard for
electrical safety EN-60950-1 at the date of manufacture.
LASER SAFETY
The following information is provided to comply with the rules imposed by international
authorities and refers to the correct use of the DS6300 reader.
Standard Regulations
This scanner utilizes a low-power laser diode. Although staring directly at the laser beam
momentarily causes no known biological damage, avoid staring at the beam as one would
with any very strong light source, such as the sun.
Avoid that the laser beam hits the eye of an observer, even through reflective surfaces such
as mirrors, etc.
This product conforms to the applicable requirements of both EN60825-1 and
CDRH 21 CFR1040 at the date of manufacture. The reader is classified as a Class 2 laser
product according to EN60825-1 regulations and as a Class II laser product according to
CDRH regulations.
Disconnect the power supply when opening the device during maintenance or installation to
avoid exposure to hazardous laser light.
There is a safety device which allows the laser to be switched on only if the motor is rotating
above the threshold for its correct scanning speed.
Use of controls or adjustments or performance of procedures other than those
specified herein may result in exposure to hazardous visible laser light.
WARNING
The laser light is visible to the human eye and is emitted from the window on the head of the
reader (Figure A, 7).
Warning labels indicating exposure to laser light and the device classification are applied
onto the head of the reader (Figure A, 1, 3):
AVOID EXPOSURE
LASER RADIATION IS EMITTED FROM THIS APERTURE
AVOID EXPOSURE – LASER LIGHT
IS EMITTED FROM THIS APERTURE
Laser Safety Label for Oscillating Mirror and Standard Models
CAUTION-CLASS 3B
LASER LIGHT
WHEN OPEN
AVOID EXPOSURE
TO BEAM
LASER LIGHT – DO NOT STARE INTO BEAM
CLASS 2 LASER PRODUCT
MAX. OUTPUT RADIATION 1 mW
EMITTED WAVE LENGTH 630 ~ 680 nm
EN60825-1:2001
Warning and Device Class Label
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The identification label is applied onto the bottom part of the scanner (Figure A, 2):
DATALOGIC S.p.A. Via Candini, 2
40012 LIPPO DI CALDERARA DI RENO (BO) ITALY
MANUFACTURED VOLT
Amp.
JANUARY 2002
15-30 DC 1.5-0.5
MODEL No.
N2468
SERIAL No.
This product conforms to the applicable requirements
of 21CFR 1040 at the date of manufacture.
Device Identification Label
The laser diode used in this device is classified as a Class 3B laser product according to
EN60825-1 regulations and as a Class IIIb laser product according to CDRH regulations. Any
violation of the optic parts in particular can cause radiation up to the maximum level of the
laser diode (35 mW at 630~680 nm).
POWER SUPPLY
-
This product is intended to be installed by Qualified Personnel only.
-
All DS6300 Models:
This device is intended to be supplied by a UL Listed Power Unit marked “Class 2” or LPS
power source which supplies power directly to the scanner via the 25/26-pin connector.
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.
WEEE COMPLIANCE
ENGLISH
Information for the user in accordance with the European Commission Directive 2002/96/EC
At the end of its useful life, the product marked with the crossed out wheeled wastebin must be disposed of
separately from urban waste.
Disposing of the product according to this Directive:
•
avoids potentially negative consequences to the environment and human health which otherwise could
be caused by incorrect disposal
•
enables the recovery of materials to obtain a significant savings of energy and resources.
For more detailed information about disposal, contact the supplier that provided you with the product in question
or consult the dedicated section at the website www.automation.datalogic.com.
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ITALIANO
Informazione degli utenti ai sensi della Direttiva Europea 2002/96/EC
L’apparecchiatura che riporta il simbolo del bidone barrato deve essere smaltita, alla fine della sua vita utile,
separatamente dai rifiuti urbani.
Smaltire l’apparecchiatura in conformità alla presente Direttiva consente di:
•
evitare possibili conseguenze negative per l’ambiente e per la salute umana che potrebbero invece
essere causati dall’errato smaltimento dello stesso;
•
recuperare materiali di cui è composto al fine di ottenere un importante risparmio di energia e di risorse.
Per maggiori dettagli sulle modalità di smaltimento, contattare il Fornitore dal quale è stata acquistata
l’apparecchiatura o consultare la sezione dedicata sul sito www.automation.datalogic.com.
DEUTSCH
Benutzerinformation bezüglich Richtlinie 2002/96/EC der europäischen Kommission
Am Ende des Gerätelebenszyklus darf das Produkt nicht über den städtischen Hausmüll entsorgt werden. Eine
entsprechende Mülltrennung ist erforderlich.
Beseitigung des Produkts entsprechend der Richtlinie:
•
verhindert negative Auswirkungen für die Umwelt und die Gesundheit der Menschen
•
ermöglicht die Wiederverwendung der Materialien und spart somit Energie und Resourcen
Weitere Informationen zu dieser Richtlinie erhalten Sie von Ihrem Lieferanten, über den Sie das Produkt
erworben haben, oder besuchen Sie unsere Homepage unter www.automation.datalogic.com.
FRANÇAIS
Information aux utilisateurs concernant la Directive Européenne 2002/96/EC
Au terme de sa vie utile, le produit qui porte le symbole d'un caisson à ordures barré ne doit pas être éliminé avec
les déchets urbains.
Éliminer ce produit selon cette Directive permet de:
•
éviter les retombées négatives pour l'environnement et la santé dérivant d'une élimination incorrecte
•
récupérer les matériaux dans le but d'une économie importante en termes d'énergie et de ressources
Pour obtenir des informations complémentaires concernant l'élimination, veuillez contacter le fournisseur auprès
duquel vous avez acheté le produit ou consulter la section consacrée au site Web
www.automation.datalogic.com.
ESPAÑOL
Información para el usuario de accuerdo con la Directiva Europea 2002/96/CE
Al final de su vida útil, el producto marcado con un simbolo de contenedor de bassura móvil tachado no debe
eliminarse junto a los desechos urbanos.
Eliminar este producto de accuerdo con la Directiva permite de:
•
evitar posibles consecuencias negativas para el medio ambiente y la salud derivadas de una eliminación
inadecuada
•
recuperar los materiales obteniendo así un ahorro importante de energía y recursos
Para obtener una información más detallada sobre la eliminación, por favor, póngase en contacto con el
proveedor donde lo compró o consultar la sección dedicada en el Web site www.automation.datalogic.com.
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GENERAL VIEW
DS6300
1
8
2
3
4
5
6
7
Figure A - DS6300
1
Laser Safety Label
5
Service Cap
2
Identification Label
6
Connector Panel
3
Warning and Device Class Label
7
Display and Keypad Panel
4
Focus Adjusting Screw
8
Laser Beam Output Window
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1
2
Figure B - DS6300 Oscillating Mirror Version
1 Laser Safety Label
2 Laser Beam Output Window
5
1
4
3
2
Figure C - Display and Keypad Panel
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1
Programming Keypad
4
Power On LED
2
TX Data LED
5
LCD Display
3
Phase On LED
1
2
3
Figure D - Connector Panel for Master/Slave Models
1
Main/Aux. Interface 25-pin D-Sub male connector
2
Lonworks 9-pin male connector
3
Lonworks 9-pin female connector
1
2
3
Figure E – Connector Panel for Ethernet Models
1
Main/Aux. Interface 26-pin D-Sub male connector
2
RJ45 modular connector for Ethernet Interface
3
Lonworks 9-pin female connector
1
2
3
Figure F – Connector Panel for DeviceNet Models
1
Main/Aux. Interface 26-pin D-Sub male connector
2
DeviceNet 5-pin male connector
3
Lonworks 9-pin female connector
1
2
3
Figure G – Connector Panel for Profibus Models
1
Main/Aux. Interface 26-pin D-Sub male connector
2
Profibus 9-pin female connector (white)
3
Lonworks 9-pin female connector
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GUIDE TO INSTALLATION
POINT-TO-POINT INSTALLATION
The following can be used as a checklist to verify all the steps necessary to complete
installation of the DS6300 scanner.
1) Read all information in the section “Safety Precautions” at the beginning of this manual.
2) Correctly mount the scanner using the bracket provided according to the information in
par. 2.2.2 and position it at the correct reading distance according to your model as
shown in par.2.5 and par. 4.3.
3) Make electrical connections to your DS6300 scanner by:
a) Connecting the DS6300 scanner to the C-BOX 100 by means of one of the cables
provided as accessory (see par. 1.5).
b) Providing correct and complete system cabling through the C-BOX 100 according to
the signals (trigger, inputs, outputs) necessary for the layout of your application.
• Layout: Point-to-Point, Pass Through, RS232 Master/Slave, Lonworks, Fieldbus.
See sub-paragraphs under 2.7 for reference.
• Cabling: Power, Main Serial Interface – RS232, RS485 Half Duplex, RS485 Full
Duplex, 20 mA Current Loop, Auxiliary Interface, Inputs, Outputs, etc -. For further
details, see all sub-paragraphs under par. 2.3.
4) Configure the DS6300 scanner by installing and running the Genius™ configuration
program from the CD-ROM provided. The main steps are:
• Select the codes to be read
• Set-up the communication parameters
• Define data formatting parameters
Fine tuning of the scanner position for barcode reading can be
accomplished by performing a test through the SPY configuration toll
in Genius™.
NOTE
5) Exit the configuration program and run your application.
The installation is now complete.
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MASTER/SLAVE LONWORKS INSTALLATION
The following can be used as a checklist to verify all the steps necessary to complete
installation of the DS6300 scanner in a Master/Slave Lonworks network.
1) Read all information in the section “Safety Precautions” at the beginning of this manual.
2) Correctly mount the scanner using the bracket provided according to the information in
par. 2.2.2 and position it at the correct reading distance according to your model as
shown in par. 2.5 and par. 4.3.
3) Make electrical connections to your DS6300 scanner by:
a) Connecting the DS6300 Master scanner to the C-BOX 100 by means of one of the
cables provided as accessory (see par. 1.5).
b) Correctly inserting the BTK-6000 terminator in the DS6300 Master reader according
to the information given under “Local Lonworks Network” in par. 2.3.2 and par. 2.7.5.
c) Completing the system wiring adding as much slave scanners as required by your
system layout (refer to par. 2.7.5).
d) Correctly inserting the BTK-6000 terminator in the last DS6300 Slave reader of the
network according to the information given under “Local Lonworks Network” in par.
2.3.2 and par. 2.7.5.
4) Install and run the Genius™ configuration program from the CD-ROM provided.
Configure the Local Lonworks Network using one of the procedures given below:
a) Configure the entire network through the Master as described in par. 3.2.2
b) Configure the Master as described in par. 3.2.2 and locally define each slave scanner
address as described in par. 3.2.3
c)
Define each scanner, master and slaves (with their addresses), by using the scanner
keypad according to the information given in par. 2.8.1
5) Configure the Master scanner through the Genius™ program. The main steps are:
•
Select the codes to be read
•
Set-up the communication parameters
•
Define data formatting parameters
6) Configure each Slave scanner through the Master scanner using Genius™. The main
steps are:
•
Select the codes to be read
Fine tuning of the scanner position for barcode reading can be
accomplished by performing a test through the SPY configuration toll
in Genius™.
NOTE
7) Send the configuration to the Master.
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8) Optionally, perform the ASR Network Configuration procedure for system backup
purposes (see par. 5.2.1).
9) Exit the configuration program and run the application.
The installation is now complete.
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INTRODUCTION
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1 INTRODUCTION
1.1 PRODUCT DESCRIPTION
The DS6300 is the first high performance laser scanner in a complete range of industrial
barcode readers offering an innovative and modular solution in terms of reading
performance, connectivity and maintenance, in addition to a completely new hardware and
software platform.
The DS6300 has been specifically designed for simple installation, easy use and flexibility.
An innovative mechanical design together with the Datalogic patent pending Step-a-HeadTM
feature make it possible to rotate the reader head and the decoder base independently from
each other. Step-a-HeadTM enables the DS6300 to always be installed in the ideal position,
by modifying the orientation of the connector panel while leaving the laser window in the
desired position. The need for space is minimized and installation is easier.
The DS6300 has an innovative multi-step optic assembly for mechanically adjustable
focusing, providing the scanner with a particularly large reading range of 250 mm to 2,000
mm (10-80 inches). Its key features are excellent reading field at the minimum distance and
outstanding reading performance on low contrast bar codes. These features are a great
benefit in applications such as reading bar codes directly printed on cardboard boxes.
The DS6300 can read all most popular bar codes even in the most difficult conditions, thanks
to a new generation decoder with Intel XScale CPU and code reconstruction technology
(ACR™ 4).
This reader is also offered in a model with an integrated SW programmable oscillating mirror.
Great attention has been given to built-in connectivity for all market standards. Lonworks,
Profibus, DeviceNet and Ethernet bus have been integrated in dedicated versions of the
decoder base.
Some of the main features of DS6300 are listed below:
• scanning speed up to 1200 scans/sec;
• 2 serial communication interfaces
• reading all popular codes;
• supply voltage from 15 to 30 Vdc;
• electrical connection through connectors;
• high speed Lonworks connectivity for Master/Slave layout;
• built-in connectivity for Profibus, DeviceNet and Ethernet;
• programmable in 5 different operating modes to suit the most various barcode reading
system requirements;
• light source: solid state laser diode; the light emitted has a wavelength between
630~680nm.
• IP64 protection class of the enclosure (not yet available for Ethernet models).
The DS6300 is the first product of a new family of scanners designed to satisfy the needs of
the Manufacturing industry. Manufacturing, the core process from row material to finished
product, is a huge industry divided in different branches of economic sectors: from
automotive to electronics, from food & beverages to white goods.
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The DS6300 features have been defined to give a set of benefits answering the main
manufacturing industry needs .
Features
Benefits
Modular solution with separated
head and base and Step-A-HeadTM
feature
•
•
•
•
•
Reading performance on low
contrasted or thermal printed
barcodes
“Sealed” scanner
•
Master working as a multiplexer on
a high speed Lonworks bus
•
•
•
•
GENIUS™ Configurator SW
•
•
•
Possibility to select the combination of head and
base that best fits the needs of the application;
Great scalability of the offer;
Down time cost reduction, since the decoder
base works even if the head has been removed;
Easy maintenance. In case of replacement of
the head, all the configuration parameters are
stored in the base, and the scanner is
automatically configured;
Easy installation with the minimum room
needed.
Best result in typical manufacturing reading
application.
All the scanner setup are managed via SW, with
the possibility to “clone” a customized scanner
by simply downloading a configuration file.
Great competitiveness of the offer, since the
cost of an external multiplexer is saved;
High data transfer on a industrial, reliable bus
running at 1,2 Mbit/sec
Reduced learning time, with an easy wizard
approach;
Multilanguage platform;
All the configuration parameters stored into the
scanner;
Not dependent on Physical interface.
1.2 MODEL DESCRIPTION
The DS6300 scanner is available in versions that differ in regard to the following
characteristics:
•
Optical Model (Head)
•
Decoder Model (Base)
DS6300 - 10X - 0YY
Decoder Model (Base)
Optical Model (Head)
0 = Standard
5 = Oscillating Mirror
2
10 = Master/Slave
11 = Profibus
12 = Ethernet
15 = Devicenet
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1.3 OSCILLATING MIRROR MODELS
Oscillating mirror models are used when coverage of a large reading area is required, mainly
in picket fence applications.
The DS6300 scanner mounts a dedicated optic head with integrated oscillating mirror driven
by a linear motor. The speed, the precision, the repeatability, and the reliability of this driving
technology assure high level performance.
The new oscillating mirror is completely software controlled and software programmable. The
Genius™ software tool allows adjusting the linear motor speed (oscillating frequency) and
the upper and lower limits of the oscillation by defining the top and bottom line limit angles.
When the oscillating mirror is programmed to read barcode labels at very small angles,
position the reader to assure at least 10° for the Skew angle (see par. 2.4). This angle refers
to the most inclined or external laser line, so that all other laser lines assure more than 10°
Skew. This avoids the direct reflection of the laser light emitted by the reader.
10°
Figure 1 – Oscillating Mirror Skew Angle
Otherwise, the scanner can be mounted at an angle of inclination of 17.5° in order to attain
symmetrical deflection ranges.
10
7.
5
°
17.5°
Figure 2 - Oscillating Mirror Reading Position
In the above case, the zone where the scan line is perpendicular to the reflecting surface
corresponds to a neutral zone at the center of the reading field.
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The mirror can be deflected up to 40°. Oscillation with respect to the output window median
axis is asymmetrical ( see figure below).
37.5
40°
°
-2.5°
0°
Figure 3 - Oscillating Mirror Maximum Aperture and Asymmetry
By configuring the oscillating speed up to the maximum value of 19 Hz, raster emulation can
be performed for reading fast moving objects.
Hz
0-5
6-10
11-15
16-19
Max. Aperture
40°
30°
20°
10°
By limiting the raster width to the minimum necessary, the number of
scans on the reading surface is increased.
NOTE
Oscillating angles are selected in software where the minimum and maximum angles
correspond to –2.5° and +37.5°.
The scanner can be tilted in order for the 17.5° software setting to correspond with the 0°
horizontal plane.
+37.5°
+17.5°
-2.5°
Figure 4 - Oscillating Mirror Extreme Angle Positions
These models provide higher scanning speed (1200 scans/sec) compared to standard
models and the reading performance is not adversely effected by the oscillating mirror.
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The following example represents the selection of an angle of +10° for the bottom line and an
angle of +20° for the top line (see figure below).
+37.5°
+27.5°
+17.5°
Figure 5 - Oscillating Mode
Refer to par. 2.2.1 for details about oscillating mirror mounting.
1.4 INDICATORS
The DS6300 decoder base provides an LCD display for system messages and configuration
menus. The three keys present on the side of the display allow configuration menu
navigation (Figure CFigure , 1).
The three LED indicators have the following functions:
POWER ON
(red)
Indicates the reader is turned on (Figure C, 4)
PHASE ON
(yellow)
Indicates the presence sensor is turned on (Figure C, 3).
TX DATA
(green)
Indicates the main serial interface is operating correctly during
data transmission (Figure C, 2).
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1.5 ACCESSORIES
The following accessories are available on request for DS6300:
Name
CAB-6001
CAB-6002
CAB-6005
CAB-6010
CAB-6011
CAB-6012
CAB-6015
CAB-6101
CAB-6102
CAB-6105
CAB-6112
CAB-6115
CAB-6305
CAB-6310
C-BOX 100
INT-30
PWR-120
BTK-6000
PG6002
PG6001
PG6000
FBK-6000
GFC-60
GFC-600
GFX-60
US-60
PH-1
MEP-543
OEK-2
OEK-1
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Description
cable to C-BOX100 1 m
cable to C-BOX100 2 m
cable to C-BOX100 5 m
cable to C-BOX100 10 m
cable to C-BOX100 1 m (DS6300 Fieldbus version)
cable to C-BOX100 2 m (DS6300 Fieldbus version)
cable to C-BOX100 5 m (DS6300 Fieldbus version)
cable master/slave 1 m
cable master/slave 2 m
cable master/slave 5 m
cable master/slave no power 2 m
cable master/slave no power 5 m
power cable Fam 6k 5 m
power cable Fam 6k 10 m
passive connection box
20 m.A. C.L. interface board for C-BOX 100
power unit 110/230 V AC 24 V
terminator kit (5 pcs)
single unit power supply (US)
single unit power supply (UK)
single unit power supply (EU)
fast bracket kit (2 pcs)
90° mirror
90° deg. mirror close distance
X-pattern mirror
mounting bracket kit (5 pcs) for multisided stations
Photocell kit – PNP
Photocell kit - NPN
Optical encoder (10 m cable + spring)
Optical encoder kit + 10 m
Part Number
93A051190
93A051200
93A051210
93A051271
93A051221
93A051222
93A051223
93A051220
93A051230
93A051240
93A051224
93A051225
93ACC1768
93ACC1752
93ACC1510
93A151022
93ACC1530
93ACC1710
93ACC1718
93ACC1719
93ACC1720
93ACC1721
93A201100
93A201102
93ACC1730
890001020
93ACC1791
93ACC1728
93ACC1770
93ACC1600
INSTALLATION
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2 INSTALLATION
To install the system follow the given procedure:
• Select the mounting location for DS6300;
• Mount the DS6300 scanner;
• Position the scanner with respect of the barcode;
• Proceed with system electrical connection;
• Install the GENIUS™ program on the PC;
• Adjust the focus position to the reading plane of the barcode.
WARNING
When installing several scanners, take care to position them correctly so
that no laser beam enters the reading window perpendicularly and at the
same level of the output beam of the other scanners. This condition could
occur more frequently for side mounted applications. If these precautions
are not followed, it may occur that the laser of the blinded scanner starts
blinking due to an internal circuit which temporarily turns the laser off
when detecting a power anomaly. To resolve this problem, it is sufficient
to slightly change the inclination and position of one of the two scanners
involved.
Refer to the Reference Documentation for details on connecting your
DS6300 reader to other devices in the system (i.e. C-BOX 100 etc.).
NOTE
2.1 PACKAGE CONTENTS
Verify that the DS6300 reader and all the parts supplied with the equipment are present and
intact when opening the packaging; the list of parts includes:
• DS6300 reader
• Installation Quick Reference + barcode test chart
• DS6300 configuration CD-ROM
• Mounting bracket and screws
Figure 6 - DS6300 Package Contents
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2.2 MECHANICAL MOUNTING
2.2.1
Mounting the Scanner
The DS6300 reader can be positioned and installed in the best way possible as a result of the
Step-a-Head™ feature. Thanks to the separation between Head and Base, you can modify
the orientation of the decoder base, and therefore display-keypad and connector panels, while
keeping the optic head in the correct reading position. The reading head and the decoder base
can be rotated independently from each other allowing the installation even in the most critical
locations.
Head Screws
Fixing Screw (4)
Figure 7 - Step-A-Head™ Feature
To rotate the head follow the given procedure:
1. detach the head from the base by unscrewing the four fixing screws;
2. rotate the head in the desired position;
3. loosen but don't remove the two screws on top of the head;
4. affix the head onto the base carefully aligning the four fixing screws and progressively
tightening them about half-way;
5. completely tighten the two screws on top of the head;
6. completely tighten the four fixing screws.
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The following diagrams give the overall dimensions of the reader standard model, the
oscillating mirror model and mounting brackets. They may be used for their installation. Refer
to par. 2.5 for correct positioning of the scanner with respect to the code passage zone.
30
1.18
60
2.36
16.5
0.65
85
3.34
74
2.85
99
3.90
30
1.18
76
2.99
113
4.45
mm
inch
110
4.33
Figure 8 - DS6300 Overall Dimensions
42
1.65
10
0.4
4
0.15
50
82 1.96
3.22
82
3.22
25
50
1.96
0.98
20
18
0.78
0.71 N°2
22
0.86
126
4.96
2
N° °2
.1 N
Ø40.16
Ø
106°
50
1.96
72
2.83
100
3.93
=
=
OTS
°2 SL
S
8.5 N °2 SLOT
N
.5
0.33
Ø8 .33
Ø0
73.2
2.88
36
1.41
=
=
130
5.12
35
1.37
S
OT
SL TS
° 4 SLO
N
4
4.5 8 N°
0.1
mm
inch
Figure 9 – ST-237 Mounting Bracket Overall Dimensions
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60
2.36
30
1.18
2
16.5
0.65
99
3.90
63.5
2.50
104.5
4.11
85
3.35
69
2.72
113
4.45
114
4.48
102
4.01
110.3
4.34
56
2.20
mm
inch
180
7.08
Figure 10 - DS6300 Oscillating Mirror Model Overall Dimensions
42
1.65
22
0.86
4
0.15
35
1.37
5.11
130
82
3.22
50
1.96
20
0.78
50
1.96
25
0.98
18
0.71
10
0.4
Ø4.1
0.16
R1
11
0.43
14
0.55
50
1.96
72
2.83
100
3.93
R5
11
0.43
14
0.55
75
2.95
R22
36
1.41
R36
Ø8
mm
inch
.5
Figure 11 – ST-210 Mounting Bracket Overall Dimensions
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2.2.2
2
Mounting the Scanner with Accessories
The following accessories allow installing the DS6300 reader in the most suitable position for
your network layout:
-
ST-237 mounting bracket;
-
ST-210 mounting bracket;
-
FBK-6000 fast bracket.
The ST-237 is a 106° mounting bracket to be mounted on the reader as displayed in the
image below:
Figure 12 – Mounting the ST-237 Mounting Bracket
The ST-210 is a 90° mounting bracket to be mounted on the reader as displayed in the
image below:
Figure 13 – Mounting the ST-210 Mounting Bracket
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The FBK-6000 is a fast bracket kit allowing a quick and easy mounting of the scanner on
either the ST-210 or the ST-237 brackets.
First, it is necessary to fix the FBX-6000 to the DS6300 scanner by means of the mounting
screws:
Figure 14 – Mounting the FBK-6000 on the Scanner
Then, attach the assembly to the mounting bracket by slipping the hook into the bracket hole.
Finally, fix it by means of the 2 fixing screws:
Figure 15 – Mounting the Assembly on the Bracket
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2.2.3
2
Mounting the Scanner with GFX-60
The GFX-60 is an X-pattern mirror for the DS6300 Series Scanners. The following procedure
describes how to mount the GFX-60.
1. Unscrew the upper cover of the scan head, which houses the scanner output window.
a) Remove the two top head screws.
b) Loosen all four fixing screws.
head screws
fixing screws (4)
c) Carefully remove the scanner output window from the scan head.
2. Mount the GFX-60 onto the scan head paying attention to correctly align the sealing
gasket.
3. Start the four fixing screws and the two head screws partially to assure correct alignment
to the scan head.
4. Completely tighten the two head screws.
5. Completely tighten the four fixing screws.
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6. Mount the scanner at an angle of 16°, as indicated in figure below, in order to obtain an
angle of 90° between the two scan lines. This guarantees an omni directional reading of
the barcode, if the code label satisfies the ACR™ 4 conditions (see par. 4.1).
The DS6300 with the GFX-60 can be mounted over a conveyor in different positions.
The following picture illustrates the suggested position offering the best compromise between
width and height of the reading area:
Figure 16 – Central Reading Position
The Central Reading position allows maximizing the reading distance (height) when the width
of the reading area is not critical (narrow conveyors). In this case a complete reading on the
central part of the conveyor plane is guaranteed.
To better exploit the scanner reading performance when GFX-60 is
mounted, the use of a dedicated recipe is recommended.
NOTE
For details about the reading performance of the DS6300 with GFX-60 see par. 4.3.3.
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2.3 ELECTRICAL CONNECTIONS
All the connectors available for each scanner model are the following:
Scanner Model
Master/Slave
Ethernet
DeviceNet
Profibus
Connector
25-pin male serial interface and I/O connector
9-pin male Lonworks connector*
9-pin female Lonworks connector
26-pin male serial interface and I/O connector
9-pin female Lonworks connector
RJ45 modular connector
26-pin male serial interface and I/O connector
9-pin female Lonworks connector
5-pin male connector
26-pin male serial interface and I/O connector
9-pin female Lonworks connector
9-pin female Profibus connector (white)
* Do not connect an RS232 port to the 9-pin Lonworks Connector. This may
damage your Laptop PC.
CAUTION
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The table below gives the pinout of the C-BOX 100 terminal block connectors. Use this
pinout when the DS6300 reader is connected in a network by means of the
C-BOX 100:
C-BOX 100 Terminal Block Connectors
Power
1, 3, 5
2, 4, 6
7, 8
20, 40
27
28
29
30
31, 33
32, 34
36
21
22
23
24
25
26
35
37
38, 39
Pin
VS
GND
EARTH GROUND
Reserved
Inputs
EXT TRIG/PS A (polarity insensitive) for PS
EXT TRIG/PS B (polarity insensitive) for PS
IN 2/ENC A (polarity insensitive) for Encoder
IN 2/ENC B (polarity insensitive) for Encoder
IN 3A (polarity insensitive)
IN 4A (polarity insensitive)
IN 3B/IN 4B Reference (polarity insensitive)
Outputs
OUT 1+
OUT 1OUT 2+
OUT 2OUT 3A (polarity insensitive)
OUT 3B (polarity insensitive)
Auxiliary Interface
TX AUX
RX AUX
GND
Main Interface
RS485
RS485
RS232
Full-Duplex
Half-Duplex
TX232
TX485+
RTX485+
RTS232
TX485RTX485RX232
* RX485+
CTS232
* RX485-
11, 15
12, 16
17
18
10, 14, 19 SGND Main Isolated
9, 13
SGND Main Isolated
RS485 Cable Shield
20 mA C.L.
(with INT-30 only)
see INT-30
instructions
SGND Main Isolated
RS485 Cable Shield
* Do not leave floating, see par. "RS485 Full-Duplex Interface" for connection details.
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2.3.1
2
Main/Aux. Serial Interface and I/O Connector
The DS6300 master/slave model is equipped with a 25-pin male D-sub connector for
connection to the host computer, power supply and input/output signals.
The DS6300 fieldbus models (Ethernet, DeviceNet, Profibus) adopt a 26-pin male connector
instead of the 25-pin one.
The details of the connector pins are indicated in the following table:
13
1
9
1
10
19
18
26
Figure 17 - 26-pin Connector
25
14
Figure 18 - 25-pin Connector
DS6300 25-pin/26-pin D-sub connector pinout
Pin
Name
Function
Chassis - internally connected to GND
1
CHASSIS
Cable shield connected to chassis
20
RXAUX
Receive data of auxiliary RS232 (referred to GND)
21
TXAUX
Transmit data of auxiliary RS232 (referred to GND)
8
OUT 1+
Configurable digital output 1 - positive pin
22
OUT 1Configurable digital output 1 - negative pin
11
OUT 2+
Configurable digital output 2 - positive pin
12
OUT 2Configurable digital output 2 - negative pin
16
OUT 3A
Configurable digital output 3 - polarity insensitive
17
OUT 3B
Configurable digital output 3 - polarity insensitive
18
EXT_TRIG/PS A External trigger (polarity insensitive) for PS
19
EXT_TRIG/PS B External trigger (polarity insensitive) for PS
6
IN 2/ENC A
Input signal 2 (polarity insensitive) for Encoder
10
IN 2/ENC B
Input signal 2 (polarity insensitive) for Encoder
14
IN 3A
Input signal 3 (polarity insensitive)
15
IN 4A
Input signal 4 (polarity insensitive)
24
IN_REF
Common reference of IN3 and IN4 (polarity insensitive)
9,13
VS
Supply voltage - positive pin
23,25,26 GND
Supply voltage - negative pin
Main Interface Connector Pinout
RS485
RS485
Pin
20 mA C.L.
RS232
(INT-30 with C-BOX 100 only)
Full Duplex
Half Duplex
2
TX
TX485 +
RTX485 +
see INT-30 instructions
3
RX
* RX485 +
4
RTS
TX485 RTX485 5
CTS
* RX485 7
GND_ISO
GND_ISO
GND_ISO
Pin 26 is only available for fieldbus models (Ethernet, DeviceNet, Profibus).
* Do not leave floating, see par. "RS485 Full-Duplex Interface" for connection details.
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Main Interface
The main serial interface is compatible with the following electrical standards:
RS232
RS485 full-duplex
RS485 half-duplex
(20 mA current loop)
The 20 mA Current Loop interface is available by using the C-BOX 100 with the optional
INT-30 accessory installed in it. The scanner communicates to the C-BOX 100 through the
RS232 interface and the INT-30 converts the signals.
The main serial interface type and its relative parameters (baud rate, data bits, etc.) are
selected via software using the Genius™ utility program. For more details refer to the
section "Main Serial Port" in the Genius™ Help On Line.
Details regarding the connections and use of the main interface selection are given in the
next paragraphs.
RS232 Interface
The main serial interface is used for communication with the Host computer and allows both
transmission of code data and configuring the reader. The overall maximum cable length
should not exceed 15 m (50 ft).
The following pins of the 25-pin and 26-pin connector are used for RS232 interface
connection depending on the reader model:
Pin
2
3
4
5
7
Name
TX
RX
RTS
CTS
GND_ISO
Function
Transmit
Receive
Request to send
Clear to send
Main signal ground
The RTS and CTS signals control data transmission and synchronize the connected devices.
If the RTS/CTS hardware protocol is enabled, the DS6300 activates the RTS output to
indicate a message can be transmitted. The receiving unit must activate the CTS input to
enable the transmission.
DS6300
USER INTERFACE
2
TX
3
RX
4
RTS
5
CTS
7
GND_ISO
1
CHASSIS
RXD
TXD
SGND Main Isolated
Earth
Ground
Figure 19 - RS232 Connections
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RS485 Full-Duplex Interface
The RS485 full-duplex interface is used for non-polled communication protocols in
point-to-point connections over longer distances than those acceptable for RS232
communications or in electrically noisy environments. The overall maximum cable length
should not exceed 1200 m (3937 ft).
The following pins of the 25-pin and 26-pin connector are used for RS485 full-duplex
interface connection:
Pin
2
3
4
5
7
Name
TX485 +
RX485 +
TX485 RX485 GND_ISO
Function
RS485 output (+)
RS485 input (+)
RS485 output (-)
RS485 input (-)
Main signal ground
DS6300
USER INTERFACE
2
TX485+
3
RX485+
4
TX485-
5
RX485-
7
GND_ISO
1
CHASSIS
RX485+
TX485+
RX485TX485-
SGND Main Isolated
Earth
Ground
Figure 20 - RS485 Full-Duplex Interface Connections
For applications that do not use RX485 signals, do not leave these lines
floating but connect them to GND_ISO as shown below.
NOTE
DS6300
USER INTERFACE
2
TX485+
4
TX485-
3
RX485+
5
RX485-
7
GND_ISO
1
CHASSIS
RX485+
RX485-
SGND Main Isolated
Earth
Ground
Figure 21 - RS485 Full-Duplex Interface Connections Using Only TX Signals
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RS485 Half-Duplex Interface
The RS485 half-duplex interface can be used for multidrop connections with a Datalogic
multiplexer or it can also be used for a master/slave layout. The overall maximum cable
length should not exceed 1200 m (3937 ft).
The following pins of the 25-pin and 26-pin connector are used for RS485 half-duplex
interface connection:
Pin
2
4
7
Name
RTX485 +
RTX485 GND_ISO
Function
RS485 input/output (+)
RS485 input/output (-)
Main signal ground
DS6300
MULTIPLEXER
2
RTX485+
4
RTX485-
7
GND_ISO
1
CHASSIS
RTX485+
RTX485RS485REF
Earth
Ground
Figure 22 – RS485 Half-Duplex Interface Connections
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Auxiliary Interface
The auxiliary serial interface is equipped with RS232 full-duplex interface connections. The
interface type is exclusive and is selectable through the Genius™ configuration program. The
overall maximum cable length should not exceed 15 m (50 ft).
The following pins of the 25-pin and 26-pin connector are used for RS232 full-duplex
interface connection:
Pin
20
21
23
Name
RXAUX
TXAUX
SGND AUX
Function
Receive data
Transmit data
Auxiliary signal ground
DS6300
USER INTERFACE
20
RXAUX
21
TXAUX
23
SGNDAUX
1
CHASSIS
TXD
RXD
GND
Earth
Ground
Figure 23 - RS232 Auxiliary Interface Connections
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Inputs
The inputs of the reader are on the 25-pin and 26-pin connector (Figure D, 1 and Figure E, 1)
of the DS6300.
These inputs are called EXT_TRIG/PS, IN2/ENC, IN3 and IN4.
Pin
18
19
6
10
14
15
24
Name
EXT_TRIG/PS A
EXT_TRIG/PS B
IN2/ENC A
IN2/ENC B
IN3A
IN4A
IN_REF
Function
External trigger (polarity insensitive) for PS
External trigger (polarity insensitive) for PS
Input signal 2 (polarity insensitive) for Encoder
Input signal 2 (polarity insensitive) for Encoder
Input signal 3 (polarity insensitive)
Input signal 4 (polarity insensitive)
Common reference of IN3 and IN4 (polarity insensitive)
IN2/ENC is normally used for the Encoder input. The maximum Encoder frequency is 2 KHz.
EXT_TRIG/PS is the main presence sensor. When active, this input tells the scanner to scan
for a code and that decoding can take place. The yellow LED (Figure C, 3) indicates the
EXT_TRIG/PS is active.
IN3 and IN4 can be used as the stop signal for the reading phase.
All inputs are optocoupled, polarity insensitive, and driven by a constant current generator;
the command signal is filtered through an anti-disturbance circuit which generates a delay
which can be set to 5 ms or 500 µs. In particular, EXT_TRIG/PS, IN3 and IN4 share the
same value which usually corresponds to 5 ms when using a photoelectric sensor, while
IN2/ENC has a different value which is set to 500 µs when this input is used for the Encoder.
Vext
DS6300
EXTERNAL TRIGGER/ENCODER
V
A/B
+ 5V
~
+
-
~
B/A
Ground
Figure 24 – PNP Command Input Connection using External Power
DS6300
EXTERNAL TRIGGER/ENCODER
VS
V
A/B
+ 5V
~
+
~
-
B/A
Ground
GND
Figure 25 - PNP Command Input Connection using Scanner Power
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DS6300
EXTERNAL TRIGGER/ENCODER
Vext
A/B
+ 5V
~
V
-
+
~
B/A
Ground
Figure 26 - NPN Command Input Connection using External Power
EXTERNAL TRIGGER/ENCODER
DS6300
VS
A/B
+ 5V
~
+
V
-
~
B/A
GND
Ground
Figure 27 - NPN Command Input Connection using Scanner Power
Vext
DS6300
EXTERNAL DEVICE
V
IN3A
+ 5V
~
+
-
~
Ground
Vext
V
IN4A
+ 5V
~
+
~
-
INREF
Ground
Figure 28 - IN3/IN4 PNP Input Command using External Power
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DS6300
EXTERNAL DEVICE
VS
INREF
+ 5V
~
+
V
-
~
IN3A
Ground
EXTERNAL DEVICE
+ 5V
~
+
V
-
~
IN4A
GND
Ground
Figure 29 - IN3/IN4 NPN Input Command using Scanner Power
Input devices can be supplied by either scanner power (VS and GND) or external power
supplies (Vext).
Electrical isolation between the input command logic and the scanner is maintained when
powering the input devices from an external supply voltage (Vext).
The driving logic of the input signals may be powered, for convenience, with the voltage
supply between pins 9 (VS) and 23 (GND) of the 26-pin I/O connector. In this case, however,
the device is no longer electrically isolated.
The voltage available on the 26-pin I/O connector, is physically the same as used to power
the scanner.
The electrical features of these inputs are:
Maximum voltage 30 V
Maximum current 10 mA
Outputs
Three general purpose outputs are available.
Pin
8
22
11
12
16
17
Name
OUT 1+
OUT 1OUT 2+
OUT 2OUT 3A
OUT 3B
Function
Configurable digital output 1 – positive pin
Configurable digital output 1 – negative pin
Configurable digital output 2 – positive pin
Configurable digital output 2 – negative pin
Configurable digital output 3 – polarity insensitive
Configurable digital output 3 – polarity insensitive
The function of the three outputs OUT1, OUT2 and OUT3 can be defined by the user.
Refer to Genius™ Help On-Line for further details.
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By default, OUT1 is associated with COMPLETE READ event, which activates when the code
has been read correctly. In case the reader has been programmed to read several codes
within the same reading phase, the event activates when all codes have been read.
OUT2 is associated with NO READ event, which activates when no code has been read.
OUT3 is associated with NONE, which means that the output is always in Line State.
The OUT1 and OUT2 electrical features are given below:
Collector-emitter voltage
Collector current (pulse)
Collector current (continuous)
Saturation voltage (VCE)
Maximum power dissipation
30 V Max.
130 mA Max.
40 mA Max.
1 V at 10 mA Max.
90 mW at 50°C (Ambient temperature).
The limit requested by the maximum power dissipation is more important than that of the
maximum collector current: if one of these outputs is continuously driven, the maximum
current must not be more than 40 mA although 130 mA may be reached in pulse conditions.
DS6300
USER INTERFACE
Vext 30 Vdc max
+
-
Figure 30 – Output 1 and Output 2 Interface
When the load is powered by an external power supply, the voltage must be less than 30 V.
OUT3 has different electrical features, since it is a bi-directional solid state relay with built-in
current limit protection. If this output is continuously driven, the maximum current must be not
more than 200 mA although more than 300 mA may be reached in pulse conditions for an
ambient temperature of 25°C. At the maximum ambient temperature of 50°C the maximum
respective current is 150 mA continuous and 240 mA pulse.
The OUT3 electrical features are given below:
Maximum voltage
Collector current (pulse)
Collector current (continuous)
R on
R off
Off-state leakage current
Maximum power dissipation
± 100 V
240 mA Max.
150 mA Max.
6 – 15 Ω
> 500 Ω
< 1 µA
550 mW at 50°C (Ambient temperature).
25
DS6300
2
DS6300
USER INTERFACE
Vext 100 Vdc max
A
B
Figure 31 – Output 3 Interface
The command signal is filtered and generates a delay of about 50 µs for OUT1 and OUT2
and 1 ms for OUT3.
2.3.2
Lonworks Connectors
Do not connect an RS232 port to the 9-pin Lonworks Connector. This may
damage your Laptop PC.
CAUTION
The local network used by DS6300 exploits a Lonworks standard communication system
requiring only two wires (polarity insensitive) to enable a connection. The connector also
provides a positive and a negative supplying wire. In this way, all the slave readers can be
powered by the master through the Datalogic standard cables.
When working in applications requiring enhanced synchronization capabilities, the DS6300
master reader (output) transmits two system signals named Sys_I/O and Sys_Enc_I/O to the
slave readers (input). For example, when working with applications requiring an encoder the
signal is received by the master and directly transmitted to the slaves through the cable.
The internal circuits generating the system signals are externally supplied by means of the
VS_I/O and REF_I/O pins and are isolated from the reader supply voltage.
The use of these system circuits is not required in all the operating modes (see par. 2.7 for
details). Anyway, for a correct system functioning it is suggested to use Datalogic cables and
accessories and follow the description of the typical layout (see par. 2.7 for details).
1
5
9
6
6
Female (all models)
9
Male (Master/Slave model)
Figure 32 – 9-pin Local Lonworks Connectors
26
5
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DS6300 9-pin Lonworks connector pinout
Pin
1
9
2
6
3
4
5
7
8
Name
CHASSIS
VS
GND
VS_I/O
Ref_I/O
SYS_ENC_I/O
SYS_I/O
LON A
LON B
Function
Cable shield internally connected by capacitor to chassis
Supply voltage - positive pin
Supply voltage - negative pin
Supply voltage of I/O circuit
Reference voltage of I/O circuit
System signal
System signal
Lonworks line (polarity insensitive)
Lonworks line (polarity insensitive)
Network Termination
When building a Lonworks system the network must be properly terminated by positioning
BTK-6000 terminator in the DS6300 master reader and in the last DS6300 slave reader.
Each side of the terminator provides a different connector; thus, it can be inserted either into
the Lonworks 9-pin male connector of the master reader or in the Lonworks 9-pin female
connector of the last slave reader:
Slave
Master
Male
Female
Female
Male
Figure 33 - BTK-6000 Network Terminator
For Fieldbus models no terminator must be inserted in the reader, since it
is internally integrated.
NOTE
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Lonworks Interface
The Lonworks network is used for both input and output connection to build a multi-sided or
omni-station system connecting several readers.
The DS6300 master usually employs the 9-pin female connector for output connection to the
first slave, while the 9-pin male one is terminated by inserting the BTK6000 terminator (see
par. 2.7.2 for details). If creating a T-network configuration, it is necessary to use both
connectors to create the double branch line of slave readers.
Both connectors are always employed when connecting together the slave readers. In
particular, the 9-pin female connector is used for output connection and the male one for
input connection. The female connector is always terminated in the last slave reader to close
the system network.
The following diagram represents the connection between a DS6300-XXX-010 working as
master and a DS6300-XXX-010 working as a slave reader.
The cable shield for LON A/B is connected to pin 1 - CHASSIS.
Master
Slave
VS_I/O
4
4
5
5
3
3
LON A
7
7
LON B
8
8
1
1
REF_I/O
CHASSIS
VS
9
AWG 16
9
GND
2
AWG 16
2
CHASSIS
= male connector
= female connector
Figure 34 – DS6300-XXX-010 Master/Slave Lonworks Connection
CAUTION
The maximum current to be propagated to the slave readers through the
master is 2 A.
For this reason, it is suggested the use of a 24 V power supply allowing to
supply up to three readers (master + 2 slaves).
The following diagrams represent different network terminations using the BTK-6000
terminator. In each diagram the terminator is indicated by the
element, while the figure
below shows its electrical circuit in details:
Figure 35 – BTK-6000 Electrical Circuit
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The diagram below represents the termination of a DS6300-XXX-010 working as master by
means of the BTK-6000 terminator.
BTK-6000 Female Side
Master
VS
9
9
VS_I/O
6
6
LON A
7
7
LON B
8
8
GND
2
2
REF_I/O
3
3
T
= male connector
= female connector
Figure 36 – DS6300-XXX-010 Master Termination
The diagram below represents the termination of a DS6300-XXX-010 working as slave by
means of the BTK-6000 terminator.
Slave
BTK-6000 Male Side
LON A
7
7
LON B
8
8
T
= male connector
= female connector
Figure 37 – DS6300-XXX-010 Slave Termination
The diagram below represents the connection between a DS6300 Fieldbus model, which
always works as master, and a DS6300-XXX-010 working as a slave reader.
Fieldbus Master
Slave
VS_I/O
4
4
5
5
3
3
LON A
7
7
LON B
8
8
CHASSIS
1
1
VS
9
AWG 16
9
GND
2
AWG 16
2
REF_I/O
T
CHASSIS
= male connector
= female connector
Figure 38 – DS6300-XXX-010 Master/Slave Lonworks Connection
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2.3.3
Ethernet Connector
This connector is only available for DS6300 Ethernet models and allows the Ethernet
connection between the host and the scanner.
8
1
Figure 39 – Cable RJ45 Male Modular Connector
1
8
Figure 40 – DS6300 RJ45 Female Modular Connector
This interface and the connector pinout (see the following table) are IEEE 802.3 10 BaseT
and IEEE 802.3u 100 BaseTx compliant.
RJ45 Modular Jack Pinout
Pin
1
2
3
6
4, 5, 7, 8
Name
TX +
TX RX +
RX N.C.
Function
Transmitted data (+)
Transmitted data (-)
Received data (+)
Received data (-)
Not connected
In order to meet EMC requirements:
•
use Eth shielded cable
•
connect the Ethernet interface cable shield to the plant earth ground
The cable shield must be connected to the chassis of both connectors.
A ferrite (type Stewart 28A2029-0A0) may also be applied on the scanner
side of the Ethernet cable to reduce electrical noise.
NOTE
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Ethernet Interface
The Ethernet interface (NIC) can be used for TCP/IP communication with remote or local
host computer by connecting the scanner to a LAN as well as with a host PC directly
connected to the scanner.
The following is an example of a connection to a LAN through a Hub using a straight through
cable:
HUB / SWITCH
DS6300
TX+
1
1
TX-
2
2
RX+
3
3
n. c.
4
4
n. c.
5
5
RX-
6
6
n. c.
7
7
n. c.
8
8
n. c. = not connected
Figure 41 – Straight Through Cable
The following is an example of direct connection to a PC using an inverted cable:
Host PC
DS6300
1
3
2
6
3
1
4
4
5
5
6
2
7
7
8
8
Figure 42 – Inverted Cable
For further details refer to the “Ethernet Service Guide" document provided as supplementary
documentation.
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2.3.4
DeviceNet Connector
When using DeviceNet, the Main serial interface is disabled and must not
be physically connected.
NOTE
The 5-pin male connector is only available in the DS6300 DeviceNet model and allows
connection between the host and the reader:
4
3
1
2
5
Figure 43 - DeviceNet 5-pin Male Connector
DS6300 5-pin DeviceNet connector pinout
Pin
2
5
1
4
3
NOTE
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Name
V+
CAN_L
SHIELD
CAN_H
V-
Function
Supply voltage – positive pin
CAN bus data line – L
Shield
CAN bus data line – H
Supply voltage – negative pin
The power supplied on pin V+ and V- is used only to propagate power to
the section of the DeviceNet board directly connected to the Bus. It is
completely isolated from the DS6300 power which must be supplied on
pin 9, 13 and pin 23, 25 of the 26-pin Main/Aux connector.
INSTALLATION
2.3.5
2
Profibus Connector
The 9-pin female Profibus connector (white) is only available in the DS6300 Profibus model
and allows connection between the host and the reader:
1
5
9
6
Figure 44 - Profibus 9-pin Female Connector
DS6300 9-pin Profibus connector pinout
Pin
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
Name
Shield*
Free
B-LINE (RxD/TxD-P)
CNTR-P**
DGND
+5 V
Free
A-LINE (RxD/TxD-N)
CNTR-N**
*
signal is optional
**
signal is optional; RS485 level
Function
Shield, Protective Ground resp.
Received/Transmitted Data-P
Repeater Control Signal
Data Ground (M5V)
Voltage Plus (P5V)
Received/Transmitted Data
Repeater Control Signal
Profibus Interface
The Profibus interface is used for communication with an Host and allows expanding the
networking and remote diagnostic capabilities of the scanner.
For further details refer to the “Profibus_Fam6k.pdf” document provided as supplementary
documentation.
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2.3.6
Power Supply
The supply voltage of a single scanner must be between 15 and 30 VDC.
Datalogic strongly recommends a minimum 24 VDC supply voltage when using a
master/slave configuration.
The power consumption of the different DS6300 models is slightly different.
In particular, when connecting several DS6300 readers in a master/slave connection, the
typical power consumption for each scanner is 15 W. There is a power peak of about
20 W lasting 5..10 seconds caused by the motor starting.
A security system allows the laser to activate only once the motor has reached the correct
rotational speed; consequently, the laser beam is generated after a slight delay from the
power on of the scanner.
Note that GND is internally connected to chassis. The cable shield is also connected to
pin 1 - CHASSIS.
DS6300
USER INTERFACE
9/13
VS
23/25
GND
1
CHASSIS
V+ (15 – 30 Vdc)
V- (Ground)
Chassis
Earth Ground
Figure 45 – Power Supply Using the 25/26-pin Connector
2.4 USER INTERFACE
RS232 PC-side connections
1
5
1
6
14
9
9-pin male connector
Pin
2
3
5
7
8
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Name
RX
TX
GND
RTS
CTS
13
25
25-pin male connector
Pin
3
2
7
4
5
Name
RX
TX
GND
RTS
CTS
INSTALLATION
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How To Build A Simple Interface Test Cable:
The following wiring diagram shows a simple test cable including power, external
(push-button) trigger and PC RS232 COM port connections.
25-pin D-sub female
9-pin D-sub female
21
TXAUX
2
RX
20
RXAUX
3
TX
5
GND
23 GND
PC
13 VS
25 GND
DS6300
9
VS
18 EXT TRIG A
19 EXT TRIG B
Power Supply
VS (15 – 30 VDC)
Power GND
Trigger
Test Cable for DS6300
2.5 POSITIONING THE SCANNER
The DS6300 reader is able to decode moving barcode labels at a variety of angles, however
significant angular distortion may degrade reading performance.
When mounting DS6300 take into consideration these three ideal label position angles:
Pitch 0°, Skew 10° to 30° and Tilt 0°.
Follow the suggestions for the best orientation:
The Pitch angle is represented by the value P in Figure 46. Position the reader in order to
minimize the Pitch angle.
P
Figure 46 - "Pitch" Angle
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The Skew angle is represented by the value S in Figure 47. Position the reader to assure at
least 10° for the Skew angle. This avoids the direct reflection of the laser light emitted by the
scanner.
For oscillating mirror models, this angle refers to the most inclined or external laser line, so that
all other laser lines assure more than 10° Skew.
S
Figure 47 - "Skew" Angle
The Tilt angle is represented by the value T in Figure 48.
T
Figure 48 - "Tilt" Angle
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2.6 TYPICAL INSTALLATIONS
2.6.1
Standard Installation
The DS6300 scanner is mounted on the ST-237 106° mounting bracket (see Figure 9) which
guarantees a built-in Skew angle (S in the figure below) of 16° with respect to the frame
plane (typically the Skew angle should be between 10° - 20°). This avoids the direct
reflection of the laser light emitted by the scanner. Furthermore, the bracket guides allow
adjusting the Tilt angle (T in the figure below, which is typically 0°) for the best scanner
orientation:
T
S
Conveyor Direction
Figure 49 – Standard Installation
2.6.2
“45° Skew” Installation
The DS6300 scanner is mounted on the ST-210 90° mounting bracket (see Figure 11). By
adjusting the mounting bracket guides, reach 45° for the Skew angle (S in the figure below)
to avoid the direct reflection of the laser light emitted by the scanner:
45°
S
Figure 50 – 45° Skew Installation
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ATTENTION
If using the “45° Skew” installation, the scanner reading performance is
not guaranteed to match that measured for the standard installation with
Skew angle between 10° - 20° (see reading diagrams in par. 4.3.1).
The ST-210 mounting bracket is an accessory of the DS6300 standard
model available in the US-60 kit (order no. 890001020).
NOTE
2.7 TYPICAL LAYOUTS
The DS6300 scanners can be connected in a variety of layouts depending on the number of
scanners used and the required complexity of the reading station. These layouts range from
Single Stand Alone to Complex Lonworks Networks.
Several power supplies are available to power the reading stations. Photoelectric sensors
used as code presence sensors and optical encoders to signal conveyor speed are also
available accessories.
The following typical layouts refer to the system hardware configurations, but they also
require the correct setup of the software configuration parameters (see par. 3.2 for details).
The accessories and cables indicated in the following figures are Datalogic products. We
suggest their use to guarantee the correct system functioning.
2.7.1
Point-to-Point
Using a Point-to-Point layout, the data is transmitted on the Main interface as well as on the
Auxiliary interface. The Main interface can be selected for RS232 or RS485 full-duplex
communications.
Two different layouts are available according to the DS6300 reader model used for the
connection.
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Master/Slave Models
When On-Line operating mode is used, the reader is activated by an External Trigger
(photoelectric sensor) when the object enters its reading zone. In the following case, the
signal is passed to the DS6300 by the C-BOX 100, which also supplies the system.
M/S
CAB-600X
C-BOX 100
Local Host
Presence
Sensor*
PG6000
*
P.S. (Presence Sensor) connected to External Trigger/PS input.
Figure 51 – Point-to-Point for Master/Slave Models
Fieldbus Models
In this case no External Trigger is used and the C-BOX 100 only supplies the reader. The
DS6300 (Ethernet, DeviceNet or Profibus model) is connected to a fieldbus remote Host. It
can be activated by a signal generated by the remote Host or be always active if working in
Automatic operating mode.
Remote Host
Fieldbus
Network
Fieldbus
CAB-601X
C-BOX 100
PG6000
Figure 52 – Point-to-Point for Fieldbus Models
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2.7.2
Pass Through
When Pass Through is activated on the Auxiliary interface, the DS6300 reader (all models)
can be integrated in a network consisting of different scanners not provided with a Lonworks
interface.
This connection mode allows two or more devices to be connected to a single external serial
interface. The DS6300 transmits the messages received by its auxiliary interface (RS232
only) onto its main interface.
In this configuration a series of scanners can be connected together using RS232 on the
main interface and all messages will be passed through this chain to the host. The reading
phase of each scanner is independent from the others. In Pass Through connections each
scanner is provided with its relative External Trigger (multi P.S.).
Applications can be implemented to connect a device such as a hand-held reader to the
Auxiliary port for manual code reading capability.
For the RS232 connections the maximum cable length is 15 m (50 ft).
The DS4600A scanners represented in the following figures are configured in Pass Through
mode.
P.S.*
P.S.*
Gryphon
DS4600A
<
DS4600A
T
EN
T
<
<
EN
<
DS6300
CAB-600X
C-BOX 100
C-BOX 100
MAIN
C-BOX 100
AUX.
P.S.*
2
1
1
2
1
Local Host
PWR-120
1
Main Serial Interface
2
Auxiliary Serial Interface
*
P.S. (Presence Sensor) connected to External Trigger/PS input.
Figure 53 – Pass Through Connection for DS6300 Master/Slave Models
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Remote Host
P.S.*
P.S.*
Gryphon
DS4600A
<
<
EN
T
CAB-601X
C-BOX 100
AUX
DS4600A
<
<
DS6300
EN
T
Fieldbus
Network
C-BOX 100
C-BOX 100
P.S.*
2
1
2
1
PWR-120
*
1
Main Serial Interface
2
Auxiliary Serial Interface
P.S. (Presence Sensor) connected to External Trigger/PS input.
Figure 54 – Pass Through Connection for Fieldbus Models
2.7.3
RS232 Master/Slave
The RS232 master/slave connection is used to integrate a DS6300 reader (all models) in a
network consisting of different scanners not provided with a Lonworks interface.
The Slave scanners use RS232 only on the main and auxiliary interfaces. Each slave
scanner transmits the messages received by the auxiliary interface onto the main interface.
All messages will be transferred towards the master.
The master scanner is connected to the Host PC on the main RS232 serial interface through
the C-BOX 100 (20 mA C.L. can be used if the INT-30 accessory is installed).
In RS232 Master/Slave connections the External Trigger signal is unique to the system
(single P.S.).
NOTE
The DS6300 master/slave scanner model (DS6300-10X-010 only),
working as Master in an RS232 network, may be simultaneously
connected to a Lonworks network consisting of DS6300 slave scanners.
Be careful when assigning the slave address, since the number of the first
Lonworks slave must be a progressive number with respect to the
address number defined for the last slave scanner of the RS232 network.
For example, if the RS232 network consists of Slave 1 and Slave 2, the
address to be assigned to the first Lonworks slave scanner will be Slave 3
(not Slave 1).
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DS6300- Master
C-BOX 100
AUX
CAB-600X
1
EN
MAIN
P.S.*
2
<
<
T
DS4600A
Slave 1
Local Host
1
C-BOX 100
2
<
DS4600A
Slave 2
EN
T
<
PWR-120
C-BOX 100
1
1
Main Serial Interface
2
Auxiliary Serial Interface
*
P.S. (Presence Sensor) connected to External Trigger/PS input.
Figure 55 – RS232 Master/Slave for DS6300 Master/Slave Models
Remote Host
Fieldbus
Network
DS6300
Master
CAB-601X
AUX
DS4600A
Slave 2
C-BOX 100
2
<
EN
T
P.S.*
<
1
C-BOX 100
<
DS4600A
Slave 1
<
EN
T
PWR-120
C-BOX 100
* P.S. (Presence Sensor) connected to
External Trigger/PS input.
1
Main Serial Interface
2
Auxiliary Serial Interface
2
1
Figure 56 – RS232 Master/Slave for DS6300 Fieldbus Models
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2.7.4
2
Multiplexer
The Multiplexer connection is used to integrate a DS6300 slave reader in a Multidrop
network consisting of different scanners not provided with a Lonworks interface.
Each scanner is connected
half-duplex main interface.
Multiplexer
(MX4000)
with
the
RS485
P.S.*
P.S.*
<
DS4600A
<
DS6300
a
DS4600A
PWR-120
EN
T
<
<
EN
T
P.S.*
to
CAB-600X
C-BOX 100
C-BOX 100
#31
#1
C-BOX 100
MX4000
1
#0
Local Host
1
*
RS485 HD Main Interface
P.S. (Presence Sensor) connected to External Trigger/PS input.
Figure 57 – Multiplexer for DS6300 Master/Slave Models
The auxiliary serial interface of the slave scanners can be used to visualize collected data or
to configure it using the Genius™ utility.
When On-Line operating mode is used, the scanner is activated by an External Trigger when
the object enters its reading zone.
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2.7.5
Local Lonworks Network
A local Lonworks network allows logically connecting a DS6300 master reader with up to 31
DS6300 slaves. Actually, the maximum number of readers to be employed in the network
depends on the system operating conditions; that is adopted operating mode and amount of
data stream.
When creating your network, always keep in mind the following guidelines:
•
the Lonworks network logically supports a maximum number of 32 devices
(master + slaves);
•
it is recommended to adhere to the 8-in-16 rule (not more than 8 devices in any 16 meter
bus segment;
•
for DS6300 scanners the total bus length may extend up to 130 m (426 ft);
•
the maximum number of DS6300 readers supported also depends on the type of power
propagation adopted by the system (see the specific power supply installation manual for
details).
Typically the layouts can be divided into Synchronized (single P.S.) or Multidata (multi P.S.)
networks. They can be small (up to 10 scanners) or large (more than 10 scanners).
Contact Datalogic Automation S.r.l. if your network requires a higher number of readers or in
case the application throughput is very high.
For further information on Lonworks network cabling and connections see the “LonWorks®
TPT Twisted Pair Transceiver Module User’s Guide”, available from the website:
www.echelon.com.
For some DS6300 Lonworks Network layouts power is propagated through
the scanners. For these layouts a special setting is required in
C-BOX 100 to pass scanner power to the presence sensor, encoder, etc.
NOTE
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Small Synchronized Network
When building a small local Lonworks network (less than 10 scanners), the DS6300 master
reader must be connected to a local host computer or a C-BOX 100 by means of a
CAB-60XX cable connected to the 25-pin or 26-pin D-sub male connector.
The master reader connects to the first slave reader of the system through the local
Lonworks 9-pin female connector. For Master/Slave models, the local Lonworks 9-pin male
connector must be properly terminated by inserting the BTK-6000 Lonworks terminator.
Fieldbus models are provided with an internal Lonworks terminator.
The slave readers are connected together through the local Lonworks connectors. Only the
9-pin female connector of the last slave reader must be terminated by the BTK-6000
terminator.
The presence sensor is connected and powered through the C-BOX 100 by the scanner and
is unique to the system. There is only a single reading phase and a single message from the
master reader to the Local Host. The On-Line operating mode is used for this layout.
BTK-6000
CAB-610X
CAB-60XX
C-BOX 100**
Master
Encoder***
BTK-6000
P.S.*
Local Host
Slave 1
PWR-120
CAB-63XX
*
P.S. (Presence Sensor) connected to External Trigger/PS input.
**
C-BOX 100 modified to accept scanner power.
***
Encoder connected to IN2/ENC input.
Figure 58 – Small Synchronized Network with 2 Readers
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The following image shows a system consisting of six readers where:
• the system is powered by the PWR-240
• the master and all slaves are connected together through the CAB-610X cables
• the external signals (trigger, encoder, serial to host, etc.) are connected to the master
through the C-BOX 100
• one or more slaves are connected through CAB-63XX. The last slave must be terminated
with the BTK-6000
Slave 2
Slave1
CAB-610X
Master
CAB-610X
BTK-6000
C-BOX 100**
CAB-60XX
PS*
CAB-610X
Encoder***
Host
CAB-610X
CAB-610X
CAB-63XX
BTK-6000
Slave 5
Slave 4
Slave 3
PWR-240
CAB-63XX
*
P.S. (Presence Sensor) connected to External Trigger/PS input.
**
C-BOX 100 modified to accept scanner power.
***
Encoder connected to IN2/ENC input.
Figure 59 – Small Synchronized Network with more than 2 Readers and Single Power Unit
If a single power source is used, it is not necessary to separate groups of
scanners with "no power" cables (CAB-611X).
NOTE
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Large Synchronized Network
When building a large local Lonworks network (more than 10 scanners), an SC6000
Controller must be used together with a PWO power supply/junction box unit. In this case the
SC6000 unit acts as the system master and is connected to the host through one of its
interfaces.
All scanners act as slaves and are connected to the SC6000 through the PWO power
supply/junction box. For DS6300 scanners, a single branch connector provides Lonworks
communications between the scanners and the SC6000 unit. Power is distributed evenly by
connecting groups of up to 4 Slave scanners through CAB-63XX cables. The last scanner on
the line requires a Termination connector.
The allowed maximum bus length is 130 m.
External devices such as a presence sensor and an encoder are all connected to the PWO.
**
*
*
P.S. (Presence Sensor) connected to External Trigger/PS input.
**
Encoder connected to ENC input.
Figure 60 – Large Synchronized Network with DX6X00 and DS6XXX Scanners
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Multidata Network
In this layout, one master and up to 7 DS6300 slave readers have their own P.S. and
therefore multiple reading phases. Each P.S. is connected through a C-BOX 100, which in
turn is connected to its relative scanner through a CAB-60XX cable.
The master sends all the individual messages collected from the Lonworks interface as well
as its own to the Local Host through its C-BOX 100.
The following image shows a system consisting of five readers, which are all connected
together using CAB-611X cables and each scanner is individually powered by PG6000
through C-BOX 100.
C-BOX 100
C-BOX 100
Host
P.S.*
P.S.*
PG6000
BTK-6000
Master
*
P.S.*
PG6000
PG6000
PG6000
CAB-611X
CAB-611X
CAB-611X
CAB-611X
No power
No power
No power
No power
Slave 1
Slave 2
P.S.*
P.S.*
Slave 3
P.S. (Presence Sensor) connected to External Trigger/PS input.
Figure 61 – Multidata Network
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C-BOX 100
C-BOX 100
C-BOX 100
PG6000
BTK-6000
Slave 4
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2.7.6
2
Fieldbus Network
The Fieldbus Ethernet model offers connectivity without any converter or adapter needed.
The DS6300 master Fieldbus communicates with a remote host (for ex. remote PC
connected via Internet) by means of a cable connected to the Fieldbus connector provided. It
can be activated by a signal generated by the remote Host or by a physical presence sensor.
The external signals (trigger, encoder) are connected to the master through the C-BOX 100.
The master reader connects to the first slave reader of the system through the local
Lonworks 9-pin female connector. Fieldbus models are provided with an internal Lonworks
terminator.
The slave readers are connected together through the local Lonworks connectors. Only the
9-pin female connector of the last slave reader must be terminated by the BTK-6000
terminator.
The example below shows a system powered by the PWR-240 where multiple slaves are
connected through CAB-63XX power cable. The master and all slaves are connected
together through the CAB-610X cables.
The same network layouts are available as for the DS6300 standard model.
Remote Host
Fieldbus
Network
Slave 2***
Master
Slave1***
C-BOX 100**
CAB-610X
CAB-610X
CAB-60XX
CAB-610X
PS*
Encoder****
CAB-610X
CAB-610X
BTK-6000
CAB-63XX
PWR-240
Slave 5***
Slave 4***
Slave 3***
CAB-63XX
*
**
***
****
P.S. (Presence Sensor) connected to External Trigger/PS input.
C-BOX 100 modified to accept scanner power.
The Slave scanners are Master/Slave models, which allow Lonworks network propagation.
Encoder connected to IN2/ENC input.
Figure 62 – Fieldbus Small Synchronized Network
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2.8 KEYPAD AND DISPLAY
The DS6300 keypad allows entering a menu for selection of one of the following functions:
•
Welcome: shows the current software release and operating mode;
•
Focus Adjustment:
•
Autolearn: starts the procedure making it possible to obtain an automatic, accurate and
fast configuration of DS6300 without the necessity of directly checking/modifying the
relevant parameters;
•
Internal Net: defines scanner function within the network (see below);
•
Ethernet Mode: allows setting the scanner IP address to be used within the network;
•
LCD Contrast: sets the LCD contrast;
•
Bus: allows setting the scanner address (value range 0-125) to be used in a Profibus
network;
•
Test Mode: allows verifying the scanner reading position and features (see below).
The same settings may be performed by using the Genius™ program (see chapter 3 for
details).
2.8.1
Internal Net
This submenu can be used as an alternative to configuration through Genius™, to assign the
DS6300 scanner within a master/slave network.
It allows defining the scanner function (slave/master) within the network and, if configured as
Slave, its address.
To enter the Internal Net submenu and configure the scanner follow the given procedure:
1) Press and hold both the ▲ (up arrow) and ▼ (down arrow) keys for about 2 seconds to
enter the Main menu;
2) Use the ▲ (up arrow) or ▼ (down arrow) key to select the “Internal Net” item, then press
the ENT (enter) key to confirm;
3) Use the ▲ (up arrow) or ▼ (down arrow) key to select the “LonWAddrSel”” item, then
press the ENT (enter) key to confirm;
4) Use the ▲ (up arrow) or ▼ (down arrow) key to select your scanner function among
“Master”, “Slave n”, “Slave jolly”, “Disabled”; then, press the ENT (enter) key to confirm;
5) Use the ▲ (up arrow) or ▼ (down arrow) key to select the “Exit” item, then press the ENT
(enter) key to confirm. Repeat this step again to exit the Main Menu and return to the
scanner current operating mode.
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2.8.2
2
Test Mode
Test Mode is particularly advised during the installation phase, since it causes the reader to
be continuously activated allowing to verify its reading features and its reading position with
respect to the barcode.
To enter the Test Mode submenu and configure the scanner follow the given procedure:
1) Press and hold both the ▲ (up arrow) and ▼ (down arrow) keys for about 2 seconds to
enter the Main menu.
2) Use the ▲ (up arrow) or ▼ (down arrow) key to select the “Test Mode” item, then press
the ENT (enter) key to confirm. The reader enters Test Mode.
3) Press the ▲ (up arrow) key to exit the Test Mode.
4) Use the ▲ (up arrow) and ▼ (down arrow) key to select the “Exit” item, then press the
ENT (enter) key to confirm. The scanner exits the Main Menu and returns to its current
operating mode.
2.9 FOCUS ADJUSTMENT
The DS6300 provides a manual adjustment of the optics to optimize the reading performance
by choosing the best focus between two extreme positions. The focus adjustment is
continuous and not by step; thus, allowing an optimum adjustment around the selected
position. The relative focus positions range from 0 to 100.
The adjustment can be simply made through an external screw placed on the back of the
optic HEAD and protected by a cap (Figure 65). The screw may be rotated either clockwise
or counterclockwise in order to move the scanner internal lenses. In particular, a clockwise
rotation causes a farther focus from the scanner, while a counterclockwise rotation causes a
nearer focus to the scanner.
An internal sensor tracks the exact laser beam focusing position allowing it to be shown on
the reader display or through the Genius™ software program.
Do not stare at the laser beam output window during this operation to
avoid hazardous visible laser light.
WARNING
Refer to the following instructions when adjusting the focus:
1) Remove the regulation screw protecting cap (see Figure 65) positioned on the back of
the optic Head;
2) Press and hold both the ▲ (up arrow) and ▼ (down arrow) key for about 2 seconds to
enter the Main menu;
3) Use the ▲ (up arrow) or ▼ (down arrow) key to select “Test Mode” item, then press the
ENT (enter) key to confirm. The reader enters Test Mode;
4) Press the ENT (enter) key to toggle between the graphical (default) and numerical
visualization of the focus position;
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Display Visualization
The first line of the display shows the read code and Good Read percentage. Possible
suspending commas at the end of the code mean that the code is too long to be
displayed.
The second line of the display indicates the value of the focus position according to the
table below. The indications “Too Near” or “Too Far” are represented for values outside
the focus range.
Graphical Visualization
Numerical Visualization
A |---^----------| Æ where ^ indicates the focus position Fxxx Æ where xxx ranges from 000 to 100
B N-------------| Æ where N indicates that the focus TooNear
position is “Too Near”
C |--------------F Æ where F indicates that the focus Fxxx* Æ where xxx is greater than 100
position is “Too Far”
CodeRead… 100%
|------^------------------|
CodeRead… 094%
F034
Figure 63 – Graphical Visualization
Figure 64 – Normal Visualization
5) Rotate the focus adjustment screw to reach the desired focus position. The display is
refreshed with the new values;1
6) Press the ▲ (up arrow) key to exit the Test Mode;
7) Use the ▲ (up arrow) and ▼ (down arrow) key to select the “Exit” item, then press the
ENT (enter) key to confirm. The scanner exits the Main Menu and returns to its current
operating mode.
Figure 65 - Focus Adjustment Screw
The reader display shows the focus position only when the laser beam is
activated.
NOTE
It is possible to visualize the focus position and the reading percentage on the terminal tool
provided by the Genius™ configuration program (see Genius™ Help On-Line for details).
1
To avoid breakage, do not use excessive force when rotating the focus adjustment screw.
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3 SOFTWARE CONFIGURATION
3.1 GENIUS™ INSTALLATION
Genius™ is a new Datalogic scanner configuration tool providing several important
advantages:
•
Wizard approach for low skilled users;
•
Multi-language version;
•
Defined configuration directly stored in the reader;
•
Communication protocol independent from the physical interface allowing to consider the
reader as a remote object to be configured and monitored.
To install Genius™, proceed as follows:
1) Turn on the PC that will be used for configuration, running either Windows 98, 2000/NT or
XP;
2) Insert the Genius™ CD-ROM;
3) Wait for the CD autorunning and follow the installation procedure.
3.2 GUIDE TO RAPID CONFIGURATION
3.2.1
Wizard for Quick Reader Setup
After installing the Genius™ software program (see par. 3.1) the following window appears
asking the user to choose the desired configuration level:
Figure 66 - Genius™ Wizard Opening Window
The Wizard option is advised to low skilled users, since it shows a step by step scanner
configuration. The parameters to be defined are the following:
-
Barcode selection and definition;
-
Operating mode selection and definition (see sub-paragraphs for further details);
-
Digital Inputs/Outputs configuration;
-
Hardware interface selection;
-
Output data format configuration.
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After defining the parameter values the following window appears allowing to complete the
reader configuration as follows:
-
Saving the configuration to disk;
-
Switching to Advanced mode;
-
Sending the configuration to the scanner.
Figure 67 - Genius™ Wizard Closing Window
Test Operating Mode
This operating mode is not available when DS6300 works as slave.
NOTE
Figure 68 - Test Mode Selection
This operating mode causes the reader to be continuously activated allowing to verify its
reading features and its reading position with respect to the barcode. For this reason, it is
particularly advised during the installation phase of the reader.
After 100 scan, the values relative to an internal counter and the decoded code are displayed
and transmitted on the serial interface. The counter reports the percentage of good reads of
the label.
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On Line Operating Mode
Figure 69 - On Line Mode Selection
This operating mode requires the reader to be connected to an external Presence Sensor
using EXT TRIG/PS A and EXT TRIG/PS B inputs.
During the active phase of the presence sensor, the DS6300 reader tries to acquire and
correctly decode the code. In case the decoding phase is successful, the barcode characters
are transmitted on the serial interface. Otherwise, a no read message is sent.
Automatic Operating Mode
Figure 70 - Automatic Mode Selection
This operating mode does not require connection to an external Presence Sensor.
When working in this mode the reader is continuously scanning, while the reading phase is
activated each time a barcode enters the reader reading zone. The reader stops reading
after an N number of scans without a code. Barcode characters are transmitted on the serial
interface. In case of a failed reading phase no message is sent to the host computer.
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3.2.2
Genius™ Network Setup Through Master
The Network Setup allows configuring your Local Lonworks Network through the Master
using Genius™.
Three different procedures are available to define the number of network slave scanners,
their label and address according to two main conditions:
Condition
Available Procedure
Feature
Unknown Slave Addresses
Net-Autoset
automatically assigns random addresses to
slave or Stand Alone scanners.
Known Slave Addresses
Network Wizard
customizes the network (slave label and
address definition and physical identification
of a specific slave within network), updates
configuration to a file and makes it ready to
be sent to the Master.
Express Network Setup
automatically performs all the operations of
the Network Wizard apart from the physical
identification of a specific slave scanner.
The Network Setup procedure as described requires Genius™ software
version 1.06 or later. In addition, the Net-Autoset procedure requires
scanner software version 6.40 or later.
NOTE
1. The first operation to perform is the configuration of your scanner as "Master" from the
Local Device Network Settings item in the Device Menu, see figure below:
Figure 71 – Local Device Network Settings
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The following dialog box appears asking whether to send the configuration to the Master or
not:
icon available on the Toolbar to make the
2. Click the "Yes" button, then click on the
“Devices” area appear next to the Parameter Explorer window. By repeatedly clicking the
icon this area will be displayed or hidden.
Figure 72 – Cluster Configuration
Each scanner of the cluster is indicated by the following graphical objects:
•
•
•
check box allowing to select/deselect a specific scanner to perform the desired
operations (i.e. program downloading);
icon representing the scanner status;
a label reporting information transmitted by the scanner when connected (the scanner
address, generated errors, scanner description).
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3. Then, proceed with the network setup by using one of the icons available on the Tool
Bar according to the procedure to follow:
=
Net-Autoset procedure
=
Network Wizard procedure
=
Express Network Setup procedure
Net-Autoset
This procedure is to be used when all scanner addresses and labels are unknown (typically
when configuring the network for the first time or whenever a network reconfiguration is
required).
By clicking the
icon or selecting the "Net_Autoset" option from the right-click menu, the
Net-Autoset procedure is started allowing automatic assignment of random addresses to all
slave or Stand Alone scanners connected within the network.
Once the procedure has been completed, it is possible to:
•
define customized addresses and labels through the Network Wizard;
•
display the scanner default labels through the Express Network Setup.
Express Network Setup
Before performing this procedure, a Lonworks address must be assigned to each slave
scanner. The most practical method is through the Net-Autoset procedure. See par. 3.2.3 for
alternative address assignment methods.
Once all addresses have been assigned, the Express Network Setup is to be used when all
scanner addresses and labels do not need to be modified.
icon or by choosing the related option from the right-click menu, the
By clicking on the
procedure is started which automatically performs the following operations:
-
opening the wizard;
-
polling the network to discover connected scanners;
-
transferring all scanners found to the "Requested Devices" area of the wizard where
your network customization is defined;
-
saving the new network configuration;
Once the procedure has been completed, a dialog box will appear asking whether to send
the configuration to the Master. Choose the “Yes” option to start this procedure.
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Network Wizard
Before performing this procedure, a Lonworks address must be assigned to each slave
scanner. The most practical method is through the Net-Autoset procedure. See par. 3.2.3 for
alternative address assignment methods.
Once all addresses have been assigned, the Network Wizard is to be used when one or
more scanner addresses and labels need to be modified.
1. Click on the
button to open the Network Wizard dialog box:
a. if the slave scanners have already been configured and wired to the network, click on
the Autodetect button to start a polling procedure of the current network. All slave
scanners found will be represented in the “Current Devices” area. Then, select the
desired slave scanner from the “Current Devices” area and click on the
icon (or
drag and drop) to transfer it to the “Requested Devices” area where your network
customization is defined. The following dialog box will appear allowing (if necessary)
to change the slave address ("Available Device" field) and label ("Description" field):
b. if the slave scanners have not been configured and wired to the network, click on the
icon to add a new device defining its address and model. The added slave
scanner will be then displayed in the “Requested Devices” area. This option in any
case requires that all slave scanners have their address set before the network can
function.
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2. If desired, select a slave scanner within the "Current Devices" area and click on the
icon (or select the "Show Device" option from the right-click menu) to make the
dialog box appear as follows:
•
•
The "Show Device" option is particularly useful after the Net-Autoset procedure or
whenever it is necessary to know which address is assigned to a specific slave
scanner. Indeed, it activates the following signals which physically indicate the
scanner corresponding to the one selected, in particular:
in Network Wizard the icon corresponding to the selected slave scanner starts
blinking red;
in the Physical Network all slave scanner lasers turn off except the one of the
selected scanner which turns on.
3. If desired, select the transferred/added slave scanner within the “Requested Devices”
area and click on the
icon to customize the scanner label and address.
4. Once your network has been customized, close the network wizard. Before closure,
the program will show a dialog box asking whether to send the new configuration to
the Master. Choose the “Yes” option to start this procedure.
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3
Alternative Slave Address Assignment
As alternatives to Network Setup through the Master, each Slave scanner can be assigned
an address through the following methods:
•
address setting through the Local Device Network Settings item in the Device Menu
with the slave scanner connected to Genius™
•
manual address setting through slave scanner keyboard (see par. 2.8.1 for
details).
3.3 ADVANCED GENIUS™ CONFIGURATION
The ADVANCED selection available when starting the Genius™ program is addressed to
expert users being able to complete a detailed scanner configuration. By choosing this option
it is possible either to start a new scanner configuration or to open and modify an old one.
The desired parameters can be defined in the following window, similar to the MS Explorer:
Figure 73 - Genius™ Parameter Explorer Window
The procedure for setting the scanner parameters is supported by an help on-line, which is
displayed in an HTML browser. It can be selected from the Configuration Help option
available in the Help menu. In addition, a context-sensitive help can be enabled by pressing
the <F1> key after selecting the desired parameter.
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3.4 PARAMETER DEFAULT VALUES
The following table contains the list of the factory default settings for the DS6300.
Genius™ also allows checking the parameter default values by selecting the "Compare
parameters" option available in the Tools menu and comparing the current scanner
configuration to the default one.
Parameter
Code Definition
Code Combination
No read Message
No Read String
Multiple Read Filters
Code Label Settings #1
Code Symbology
Label Length
Min Code Position
Max Code Position
Check Digit
Decoding Safety
Decoding Severity
Match String Rule
Pattern Match String
Match Direction Rule
Code Label Settings #2
Code Symbology
Label Length
Minimum Label Length
Maximum Label Length
Min Code Position
Max Code Position
Check Digit
Decoding Safety
Decoding Severity
Match String Rule
Pattern Match String
Match Direction Rule
Operating Modes
Operating Mode Selection
On Line Options
Start Input Number
Start Input Active Level
Reading Phase Timeout
Verifier
Reading System Layout
Device Assignment
Modify&Backup Lon Slave Configuration
Enable A.S.R.
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Single Label
Global No Read Message
<CAN>
Disabled (unchecked)
Interleaved 2 of 5
8
0
255
Disabled (unchecked)
1
3
Match
Empty
Disable
Code 39
Variable
1
60
0
255
Disabled (unchecked)
1
3
Match
Empty
Disable
On Line
On Line 1 Input
1
Active Closed
Disabled (unchecked)
Disabled (unchecked)
Alone
Disabled (unchecked)
Disabled (unchecked)
SOFTWARE CONFIGURATION
Parameter
Reading Parameters
Beam Shutter
Overflow Start Ratio
Overflow Stop Ratio
Reading Mode
Reconstruction Parameters
Enabled Stacked Code
Extended
MinMatch
Position Tolerance
Duration Tolerance
Min Start/Stop Number
Inter Char Gap
Addon Overflow Ratio
Scan Line Amplitude
Amplitude Settings Enable
Data Communication Settings
Host Application Protocol Type
Data Format
Header TX Start
Termination After No Read Message
Message Tx Trigger Selection
Format Type
Tx Max Delay After Phase Off
Code Identifier
Parameters
Header String
Code Position
Code Direction Identifier Enable
Termination String
Data Packet Separators
Code Field Length Setting
Main Serial Port
Data Tx
Heartbeat
Parameters
Main Port Communication Mode
Main Port Electrical Interface
Handshake
Baud Rate
Parity
Data Bits
Stop Bits
Auxiliary Serial Port
Data Tx
3
Default Setting
Disabled
5
5
Reconstruction
Disabled (unchecked)
0
50
50
2
8
2
Disabled (unchecked)
Standard
With data
Enabled (checked)
On Decoding
Standard
Disabled
Disabled
<STX>
Disabled (unchecked)
Disabled (unchecked)
<CR><LF>
<CR><LF>
Variable Length
Enabled (checked)
Disable
Standard
RS232
None
9600
None
8
1
Enabled (checked)
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Parameter
Auxiliary Serial Port
Heartbeat
Pass Through
Parameters
Baud Rate
Parity
Data Bits
Stop Bits
Digital I/O Setting
Digital Input Lines Setting
Debouncing For Input 1, 3 and 4
Debouncing For Input 2
Input 1 Active Level Overridden by Op. Mode
Input 2 Active Level Overridden by Op. Mode
Input 3 Active Level Overridden by Op. Mode
Input 4 Active Level Overridden by Op. Mode
Output 1
Line State
Activation Event
Alternative Activation Event
Deactivation Event
Alternative Deactivation Event
Deactivation Timeout (ms)
Output 2
Line State
Activation Event
Alternative Activation Event
Deactivation Event
Alternative Deactivation Event
Deactivation Timeout (ms)
Output 3
Line State
Activation Event
Alternative Activation Event
Deactivation Event
Alternative Deactivation Event
System Information Section
User Information Section
End User Name
Device Name
Line Name
Diagnostics
PackTrack Debug Message TX
Enable
Statistics
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Disable
Disabled (unchecked)
115200
None
8
1
5 ms
500 µs
Active Closed
Active Closed
Active Closed
Active Closed
Normally Open
Complete Read
Wrong
Timeout
None
50
Normally Open
No Read
Partial Read
Timeout
None
50
Normally Open
None
None
None
None
Disabled (unchecked)
Unchecked
Disabled (unchecked)
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4 READING FEATURES
4.1 ADVANCED CODE RECONSTRUCTION (ACR™ 4)
The traditional way of barcode reading could be called “Linear Reading”. In this case, the
laser beam crosses the barcode symbol from its beginning to its end as shown in the
following figure:
Laser Beam
Figure 74 – Linear Reading
In Advanced Code Reconstruction mode it is no longer necessary for the laser beam to cross
the label from the start to the end. With just a set of partial scans on the label (obtained using
the motion of the label itself), the DS6300 is able to “reconstruct” the barcode. A typical set of
partial scans is shown in the figure below:
Code Direction
Figure 75 – Partial Scans
None of the partial scans contains the whole label. The decoder aligns each partial scan
correctly and combines them in order to obtain the entire code.
The alignment is performed by calculating the time difference from one partial scan to
another using a reference code element.
4.1.1
Tilt Angle for Advanced Code Reconstruction
The most important parameter in Advanced Code Reconstruction is the value of the
maximum tilt angle (α maximum) under which the code reconstruction process is still
possible.
Laser Beam
0° to α max
α = tilt angle
α
Figure 76 – Tilt Angle
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The decoder will be able to read the label
+ α max and - α max as shown in the following figure:
with
a
tilt
angle
between
0°
OK
OK
Conveyor
-α +α
OK
No Read
No Read
No Read
OK
OK
Laser Beam
Figure 77 – Reading Zones with α Max
4.2 PERFORMANCE
The scan rate is 800 scans/sec.
Refer to the diagrams in par. 4.3 for further details on the reading features. These diagrams
are taken on various resolution sample codes at a 25 °C ambient temperature depending on
the conditions listed under each diagram.
4.2.1
•
•
Reading Conditions
ANSI Grade B minimum
800 scans/sec
The following tables describe the requirements for standard applications.
Conveyor Speed (m/s)
0.25
0.30
2/5 Interleaved
0.33
Code Resolution
0.38
(mm)
0.50
0.72
1.00
0.5
10
12
13
14
18
24
33
Minimum Code Height for ACR Reading (mm)
45°
30°
1 1.5 2 2.5 3 0.5 1 1.5 2 2.5
12 14 16 18 20 7
9 10 12 13
14 15 17 19 21 8
9 11 12 14
14 16 18 20 22 8 10 11 13 14
16 18 19 21 23 9 11 12 14 15
19 21 23 25 26 11 12 14 15 17
25 27 28 30 32 15 16 17 19 20
34 35 36 38 40 20 21 22 23 25
Ratio 3:1
Table 1
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3
15
15
16
17
18
22
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Conveyor Speed (m/s)
0.25
0.30
Code 39
0.33
Code Resolution
0.38
(mm)
0.50
0.72
1.00
4
0.5
9
10
11
12
15
20
27
Minimum Code Height for ACR Reading (mm)
45°
30°
1 1.5 2 2.5 3 0.5 1 1.5 2 2.5
10 12 14 16 17 6
7
9 10 12
11 13 15 17 18 7
8
9 11 12
12 13 15 17 19 7
8 10 11 13
13 14 16 18 20 8
9 10 12 13
16 17 18 20 22 10 10 11 13 14
21 22 23 24 26 13 13 14 15 17
28 29 30 31 32 17 17 18 19 20
3
13
14
14
15
16
18
21
Ratio 3:1; Interdigit = Module Size
Table 2
Conveyor Speed (m/s)
0.25
0.30
Code 128 – Ean 128 0.33
Code Resolution
0.38
(mm)
0.50
0.72
1.00
0.5
8
8
9
10
12
16
22
Minimum Code Height for ACR Reading (mm)
45°
30°
1 1.5 2 2.5 3 0.5 1 1.5 2 2.5
9 11 13 15 17 5
7
8 10 11
10 12 14 16 18 6
7
9 10 12
11 13 14 16 18 6
8
9 11 12
11 13 15 17 19 7
8 10 11 13
13 15 17 19 21 8
9 11 12 14
17 19 21 22 24 10 11 13 14 16
23 24 25 27 29 13 14 15 17 18
3
13
13
14
14
15
17
20
Table 3
Conveyor Speed (m/s)
0.25
0.30
Codabar
0.33
Code Resolution
0.38
(mm)
0.50
0.72
1.00
0.5
8
9
9
10
13
17
23
Minimum Code Height for ACR Reading (mm)
45°
30°
1 1.5 2 2.5 3 0.5 1 1.5 2 2.5
9 11 13 15 17 5
7
8 10 11
10 12 14 16 18 6
7
9 10 12
11 13 14 16 18 6
8
9 11 12
11 13 15 17 19 7
8 10 11 13
14 15 17 19 21 8
9 11 12 14
18 19 21 22 24 11 12 13 14 16
24 25 26 27 29 14 15 16 17 18
3
13
13
14
14
15
17
20
Ratio 3:1; Interdigit = Module Size
Table 4
Conveyor Speed (m/s)
0.25
0.30
EAN 8-13, UPC-A
0.33
Code Resolution
0.38
(mm)
0.50
0.72
1.00
0.5
7
8
9
10
12
16
22
Minimum Code Height for ACR Reading (mm)
45°
30°
1 1.5 2 2.5 3 0.5 1 1.5 2 2.5
9 10 12 14 16 5
6
8
9 11
9 11 13 15 17 6
7
8 10 11
10 11 13 15 17 6
7
9 10 12
11 12 14 16 18 7
7
9 10 12
13 14 15 17 19 8
9 10 11 13
17 18 19 20 22 10 11 12 13 14
23 24 24 25 26 13 14 15 16 16
3
12
13
13
13
14
16
18
Table 5
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4.3 READING DIAGRAMS
4.3.1
DS6300 Standard Model
DS6300-100-0XX - Resolution: 0.20 mm/8 mils
10
0
6
8
0
15
20
25
25
8
20
6
15
CONDITIONS
4
Code = Interleaved 2/5
2
or Code 39
PCS = 0.90
0
Pitch angle = 0°
Skew angle = 10° - 20°
-2
Tilt angle = 0°
10 12 14
Focus
Position = 0
30
35
16
40
18
45
20 22
50
55
24 (in)
60
(cm)
Focus
Position = 40
10
5
0
-5
-4
-10
-6
-15
-8
-20
-10
-25
(in) (cm)
Figure 78 – Standard Model 0.20 mm / 8 mils Reading Diagram
Note: (0,0) is the center of the laser beam output window.
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DS6300-100-0XX - Resolution: 0.30 mm/12 mils
0
8
0
20
12
30
10
25
8
20
6
15
4
10
2
5
0
0
-2
-5
-4
-10
-6
-15
-8
-20
-10
-25
-12
-30
10
25
12 14 16
30
35
40
18
45
20
50
22 24
55
60
26 28
65
70
30
75
32 34 (in)
80
85 (cm)
Focus
Position = 0
Focus
Position = 40
Focus
Position = 60
(in) (cm)
Figure 79 - Standard Model 0.30 mm / 12 mils Reading Diagram
CONDITIONS
Code = Interleaved 2/5 or Code 39
PCS = 0.90
Pitch angle = 0°
Skew angle = 10° - 20°
Tilt angle = 0°
Note: (0,0) is the center of the laser beam output window.
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DS6300-100-0XX - Resolution: 0.38 mm/15 mils
0
0
16 40
12
30
14
16 18
35
40
45
20
50
22
55
24
60
26 28
65
70
30
75
32
80
34
85
36 38
90
40
95 100 105 110 (cm)
14 35
12 30
10 25
Focus
Position = 0
8 20
6 15
4 10
2
5
0
0
Focus
Position = 100
-2 -5
-4 -10
-6 -15
-8 -20
-10 -25
Focus
Position = 60
-12 -30
-14 -35
-16 -40
(in) (cm)
Figure 80 - Standard Model 0.38 mm / 15 mils Reading Diagram
CONDITIONS
Code = Interleaved 2/5 or Code 39
PCS = 0.90
Pitch angle = 0°
Skew angle = 10° - 20°
Tilt angle = 0°
Note: (0,0) is the center of the laser beam output window.
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DS6300-100-0XX - Resolution: 0.50 mm/20 mils
24
0
8
0
20
12
30
16 20 24
40
50
60
28
70
32
80
36 40
44
48 52 56
(in)
90 100 110 120 130 140 150 (cm)
60
20
50
16
40
12
30
8
20
4
10
0
0
-4
-10
-8
-20
-12
-30
-16
-40
-20
-50
-24
-60
Focus
Position = 100
Focus
Position = 60
Focus
Position = 0
(in) (cm)
Figure 81 - Standard Model 0.50 mm / 20 mils Reading Diagram
CONDITIONS
Code = Interleaved 2/5 or Code 39
PCS = 0.90
Pitch angle = 0°
Skew angle = 10° - 20°
Tilt angle = 0°
Note: (0,0) is the center of the laser beam output window.
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4.3.2
DS6300 Oscillating Mirror Model
DS6300-105-0XX (oscillating mirror) - Resolution: 0.20 mm/8 mils
0
6
8
0
15
20
10
25
8
20
6
15
4
2
10 12 14
25
30
35
Focus
Position = 0
16
40
18
45
20 22
50
55
24 (in)
60
(cm)
Focus
Position = 40
10
5
0
0
-2
-5
-4
-10
-6
-15
-8
-20
-10
-25
(in) (cm)
Figure 82 – Oscillating Mirror Model 0.20 mm / 8 mils Reading Diagram
CONDITIONS
Code = Interleaved 2/5 or Code 39
PCS = 0.90
Pitch angle = 0°
Skew angle = 10° - 20°
Tilt angle = 0°
Note: (0,0) is the center of the laser beam output window.
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4
DS6300-105-0XX (oscillating mirror) - Resolution: 0.30 mm/12 mils
0
8
0
20
12
30
10
25
8
20
6
15
4
10
2
5
0
0
-2
-5
-4
-10
-6
-15
-8
-20
-10
-25
-12
-30
10
25
12 14 16
30
35
40
18
45
20
50
22 24
55
60
26 28
65
70
30
75
32 34 (in)
80
85 (cm)
Focus
Position = 0
Focus
Position = 40
Focus
Position = 60
(in) (cm)
Figure 83 - Oscillating Mirror Model 0.30 mm / 12 mils Reading Diagram
CONDITIONS
Code = Interleaved 2/5 or Code 39
PCS = 0.90
Pitch angle = 0°
Skew angle = 10° - 20°
Tilt angle = 0°
Note: (0,0) is the center of the laser beam output window.
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4
DS6300-105-0XX (oscillating mirror) - Resolution: 0.38 mm/15 mils
0
0
16 40
10
25
12
30
14 16
35
40
18
45
20
50
22
55
24
60
26 28 30
65
70
75
32
34
36
80
85
90
38
12 30
Focus
Position = 0
8 20
6 15
4 10
2
5
0
0
Focus
Position = 100
-2 -5
-4 -10
-6 -15
-8 -20
-10 -25
Focus
Position = 60
-12 -30
-14 -35
-16 -40
(in) (cm)
Figure 84 - Oscillating Mirror Model 0.38 mm / 15 mils Reading Diagram
CONDITIONS
Code = Interleaved 2/5 or Code 39
PCS = 0.90
Pitch angle = 0°
Skew angle = 10° - 20°
Tilt angle = 0°
Note: (0,0) is the center of the laser beam output window.
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42 (in)
95 100 105 (cm)
14 35
10 25
40
READING FEATURES
4
DS6300-105-0XX (oscillating mirror) - Resolution: 0.50 mm/20 mils
0
8
0
20
24
60
20
50
16
40
12
30
8
20
4
10
0
0
-4
-10
-8
-20
-12
-30
-16
-40
-20
-50
-24
-60
12
30
16 20 24
40
50
60
28
70
32
80
36 40
44
48 52 56
(in)
90 100 110 120 130 140 150 (cm)
Focus
Position = 100
Focus
Position = 60
Focus
Position = 0
(in) (cm)
Figure 85 - Oscillating Mirror Model 0.50 mm / 20 mils Reading Diagram
CONDITIONS
Code = Interleaved 2/5 or Code 39
PCS = 0.90
Pitch angle = 0°
Skew angle = 10° - 20°
Tilt angle = 0°
Note: (0,0) is the center of the laser beam output window.
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4.3.3
DS6300 with GFX-60
DS6300 with GFX-60 - Resolution: 0.20 mm/8 mils
Figure 86 – GFX-60 0.20 mm / 8 mils Reading Diagram
Note: 0 value on the X axis is measured from the nose of the GFX-60
0 value on the Y axis is measured from the conveyor plane
focus position = 0
DS6XXX with GFX-60 - Resolution: 0.30 mm/12 mils
Figure 87 - GFX-60 0.30 mm / 12 mils Reading Diagram
Note: 0 value on the X axis is measured from the nose of the GFX-60
0 value on the Y axis is measured from the conveyor plane
focus position = 40
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READING FEATURES
4
DS6XXX with GFX-60 - Resolution: 0.50 mm/20 mils
Figure 88 - GFX-60 0.50 mm / 20 mils Reading Diagram
Note: 0 value on the X axis is measured from the nose of the GFX-60
0 value on the Y axis is measured from the conveyor plane
focus position = 100
DS6XXX with GFX-60 - Resolution: 1.00 mm/40 mils
Figure 89 - GFX-60 1.00 mm / 40 mils Reading Diagram
Note: 0 value on the X axis is measured from the nose of the GFX-60
0 value on the Y axis is measured from the conveyor plane
focus position = 100
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5 MAINTENANCE
5.1 CLEANING
Clean the laser beam output window (Figure A, 7) periodically for correct operation of the
scanner.
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.
Clean the window of the DS6300 when the scanner is turned off or at
least when the laser beam is not active.
WARNING
5.2 AUTOMATIC SCANNER REPLACEMENT (ASR)
The Datalogic Automatic Scanner Replacement (ASR) procedure allows restoring system
functioning automatically after one or more scanners are replaced in a Master/Slave
Lonworks network.
The Master must be prepared at the time of installation in order for this procedure to work
correctly.
5.2.1
ASR Network Configuration
1. On the Master scanner, check the Modify & Backup Lon Slave Scanner
Configuration parameter in Genius™ and configure the Lonworks Slave Scanner
Common Parameters (Code and Reconstruction Parameters).
2. Enable the ASR procedure through the Enable A.S.R. parameter in the Master
configuration.
3. Send the configuration to the Master EEPROM to force the Slave Operating Mode, Code
Reading Symbologies and Reconstruction parameters.
Now the Slave scanners are configured through the Master and the ASR procedure is
implemented.
4. Save this configuration to file (.ddc).
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MAINTENANCE
5.2.2
5
Scanner Replacement Procedure
The ASR procedure requires replacing one scanner at a time.
NOTE
Slave
1. Power down the entire system.
2. Replace the Slave scanner with a new one (default settings).
3. Power up the system and wait for initialization.
Master
1. Load the saved configuration from file (.ddc) to the new Master.
2. Power down the entire system.
3. Replace the Master scanner with the new one.
4. Power up the system and wait for initialization.
The ASR works only if both the Master and Slave devices have software
6.40 or later.
NOTE
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6 TROUBLESHOOTING
NOTE
Before contacting your local Datalogic office or Datalogic Partner or ARC,
it is suggested to save the device configuration to a *.ddc file by means of
the Genius™ software configuration program and check the device exact
model and serial number.
TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDE
Problem
Power On:
the “Power On” LED is not lit.
On Line Mode:
the Master’s “Phase On” LED is not lit
(when external trigger activates).
On Line Mode:
the Master’s “Phase On” LED is
correctly lit but nothing happens (no
reading results).
Serial On Line Mode:
the reader is not triggered (no reading
results).
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Suggestion
• Is power connected?
• If using a power adapter (like PG6000), is it
connected to AC source?
• If using rail power, does rail have power?
• If using C-BOX 100, does it have power
(check switch and LED)?
Check if you are referring to the
25/26-pin connector or to the C-BOX 100
spring clamp connectors.
• Measure voltage either at pin 13 and
pin 25 (for 25/26-pin connector) or at spring
clamp 1 and (for C-BOX 100).
• Check carefully if you are referring to the
25/26-pin connector or to the C-BOX 100
spring clamp connectors.
• Is sensor connected to EXT TRIG/PS input?
• Is power supplied to photo sensor?
• Is power supplied to one out of the two EXT
TRIG/PS (NPN output)?
• Is one out of the two EXT TRIG/PS grounded
(PNP output)?
• Are the photo sensor LEDs (if any) working
correctly?
• Is the sensor/reflector system aligned (if
present)?
• Is the software configuration consistent with
the application condition (operating mode,
etc..)?
In the Genius™ software configuration
program select the OPERATING MODES
folder and check for related parameters.
• In the Genius™ program select the
OPERATING MODE folder and check if
serial on line is enabled as “On Line options”
parameter value.
• Are the Start-Stop string correctly assigned?
• Is the serial trigger source correctly
connected and configured)
TROUBLESHOOTING
6
TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDE
Problem
On Line Mode and Serial On Line
Mode:
the reader does not respond correctly to
the expected external signal end.
Reading:
it is not possible to read the target
barcode (always returns No Read)
Suggestion
• In the Genius™ software configuration
program select the OPERATING MODES
folder and check the “Reading Phase
Timeout” parameterization.
•
•
•
•
•
Communication:
the device is not transmitting anything to •
the host.
•
•
•
Communication:
data do not appear on the terminal.
•
Communication:
data transferred to the host
incorrect, corrupted or incomplete.
•
are
•
•
Check synchronization of reading pulse with
object to read.
Is the scan line correctly positioned?
Place barcode in the center of scan line and
run TEST MODE (selectable by Genius™ as
Operating Modes).
If you still have troubles, check the following:
• Is the reading distance within that allowed
(see reading diagrams)?
• Is the Tilt angle too big?
• Is the Skew angle less than 10° (direct
reflection)?
• Choose the CODE tab and enable
different
code
types
(except
Pharmacode). LENGTH = Variable.
• Is the barcode quality sufficient?
If you had no success, try to perform the test
using the BARCODE TEST CHART included
with the product.
Is serial cable connected?
Is correct wiring respected?
If using MAIN RS232 or RS485 interface, is
the reference ground connected to proper
SGND Main Isolated (also referred to as
GND_ISO)? Be careful that it is not
completely different from GND power ground.
If using C-BOX 100, be sure the RS485
termination switch is positioned to OFF.
Are serial host settings equivalent to serial
device setting?
In the Genius™ program enable the DATA
COMMUNICATION
SETTINGS/MAINAUXILIARY PORT\DATA TX parameter.
In the Genius™ program select the DATA
COMMUNICATION
SETTINGS/DATA
FORMAT folder and check for HEADER,
TERMINATOR, SEPARATOR and FILL
CHAR values.
Check the CODE FIELD LENGTH value, too.
Are the COM port parameters correctly
assigned?
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TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDE
Problem
Suggestion
How do I obtain my units’ serial • The device serial number is printed on the
device identification label that is affixed to the
numbers?
reader (Figure A, 2).
• The serial number is also displayed when
connecting the device through the Genius™
program.
• Serial numbers consist of 9 characters: one
letter, 2 numbers, another letter followed by 5
numbers.
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TECHNICAL FEATURES
7
7 TECHNICAL FEATURES
ELECTRICAL FEATURES (see note 1)
Supply voltage
Power consumption
Communication Interfaces
15 to 30 Vdc
15 W typical
20 W Max. (including startup current)
Main (isolated)
Baud Rate
RS232
RS485 full-duplex
RS485 half-duplex
20 mA current loop
1200 to 115200
1200 to 115200
1200 to 115200
(INT-30 with C-BOX 100 only)
Auxiliary
RS232
19200
1200 to 115200
Other
Lonworks
Ethernet
DeviceNet
Profibus
Inputs
External Trigger 1,
3 auxiliary digital inputs
Outputs (optocoupled),
3 software programmable digital
outputs
OPTICAL FEATURES (see note 1)
Light receiver
Wavelength
Safety class
Laser control
READING FEATURES
Scan rate
Maximum resolution
Max. reading distance
Max. reading width
Max. depth of field
USER INTERFACE
LCD Display
Keypad
LED indicators
Note 1:
1.25 Mb/s
10 or 100 Mb/s
125 or 250 Kb/s
12 Mb/s
(optocoupled NPN or PNP)
(optocoupled)
Avalanche photodiode
630 to 680 nm
Class 2 - EN60825-1; Class II - CDRH
Security system to turn laser off in case of motor slow
down
600-1200 scans/s
(see reading diagrams)
2 lines by 16 characters LCD
3 keys
Power ON (red)
Phase ON (yellow)
TX data (green)
The features given are typical at 25 °C ambient temperature (if not otherwise indicated).
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SOFTWARE FEATURES
Readable codes
Code selection
Headers and Terminators
Operating modes
Configuration modes
Parameter storage
Interleaved 2/5
Code 39 standard
Codabar
Code 128
EAN128
Code 93 (Standard and Full ASCII)
EAN/UPC (including Add-on 2 and Add-on 5)
Up to 10 codes during one reading phase
Transmitted messages can be personalized using up to
128-byte headers and 128-byte terminators
On Line
Automatic
Test
Genius™ utility program
Non-volatile internal FLASH
ENVIRONMENTAL FEATURES
Operating temperature
Storage temperature
Humidity
Ambient light immunity
Vibration resistance
IEC 68-2-6 test FC
0° to +40 °C (+32° to +104 °F)
-20° to +70 °C (-4° to +158 °F)
90% non condensing
3500 lux
14 mm @ 2 to 10 Hz
1.5 mm @ 13 to 55 Hz
2 g @ 70 to 200 Hz
2 hours on each axis
30 g; 11 ms;
3 shocks on each axis
IP64*
Shock resistance
IEC 68-2-27 test EA
Protection class
PHYSICAL FEATURES
Mechanical dimensions
Weight
*
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Standard Models
110 x 113 x 99 mm
(4.33 x 4.45 x 3.9 in)
1.5 kg. (3.3 lb)
IP50 grade for standard Ethernet versions.
Oscillating Mirror Models
113 x 180 x 104.5 mm
(4.45 x 7.08 x 4.11 in)
2.0 kg. (4.4 lb)
GLOSSARY
ACR™ 4
Each version of the base has the powerful code reconstruction technology (ACR™ 4). The
new fourth generation ACR considerably increases the code reconstruction reading
capability in the case of damaged or very tilted barcodes.
Aperture
Term used on the required CDRH warning labels to describe the laser exit window.
Barcode
A pattern of variable-width bars and spaces which represents numeric or alphanumeric data
in machine-readable form. The general format of a barcode symbol consists of a leading
margin, start character, data or message character, check character (if any), stop character,
and trailing margin. Within this framework, each recognizable symbology uses its own unique
format.
Barcode Label
A label that carries a barcode and can be affixed to an article.
Baud Rate
A unit used to measure communications speed or data transfer rate.
CDRH (Center for Devices and Radiological Health)
This organization (a service of the Food and Drug Administration) is responsible for the
safety regulations governing acceptable limitations on electronic radiation from laser devices.
Datalogic devices are in compliance with the CDRH regulations.
Code Positioning
Variation in code placement that affects the ability of a scanner to read a code. The terms
Pitch, Skew, and Tilt deal with the angular variations of code positioning in the X, Y and Z
axes. See par. 2.5. Variations in code placement affect the pulse width and therefore the
decoding of the code. Pulse width is defined as a change from the leading edge of a bar or
space to the trailing edge of a bar or space over time. Pulse width is also referred to as a
transition. Tilt, pitch, and skew impact the pulse width of the code.
EEPROM
Electrically Erasable Programmable Read-Only Memory. An on-board non-volatile memory
chip.
Full Duplex
Simultaneous, two-way, independent transmission in both directions.
Half Duplex
Transmission in either direction, but not simultaneously.
Host
A computer that serves other terminals in a network, providing services such as network
control, database access, special programs, supervisory programs, or programming
languages.
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Interface
A shared boundary defined by common physical interconnection characteristics, signal
characteristics and meanings of interchanged signals.
LED (Light Emitting Diode)
A low power electronic device that can serve as a visible or near infrared light source when
voltage is applied continuously or in pulses. It is commonly used as an indicator light and
uses less power than an incandescent light bulb but more than a Liquid Crystal Display
(LCD). LEDs have extremely long lifetimes when properly operated.
Multidrop Line
A single communications circuit that interconnects many stations, each of which contains
terminal devices. See RS485.
Parameter
A value that you specify to a program. Typically parameters are set to configure a device to
have particular operating characteristics.
Pitch
Rotation of a code pattern about the X-axis. The normal distance between center line or
adjacent characters. See par. 2.5.
Position
The position of a scanner or light source in relation to the target of a receiving element.
Protocol
A formal set of conventions governing the formatting and relative timing of message
exchange between two communicating systems.
Resolution
The narrowest element dimension which can be distinguished by a particular reading device
or printed with a particular device or method.
RS232
Interface between data terminal equipment and data communication equipment employing
serial binary data interchange.
RS485
Interface that specifies the electrical characteristics of generators and receivers for use in
balanced digital multipoint systems such as on a Multidrop line.
Scanner
A device that examines a printed pattern (barcode) and either passes the uninterpreted data
to a decoder or decodes the data and passes it onto the Host system.
Serial Port
An I/O port used to connect a scanner to your computer, identifiable by a 9-pin or 25-pin
connector.
Signal
An impulse or fluctuating electrical quantity (i.e.: a voltage or current) the variations of which
represent changes in information.
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Skew
Rotation about the Y-axis. Rotational deviation from correct horizontal and vertical
orientation; may apply to single character, line or entire encoded item. See par. 2.5.
Step-a-Head™
Step-a-Head™ makes it possible to rotate the reader head and the decoder base
independently from each other. As a result of the Step-a-Head™, the DS6300 can always be
installed in the ideal position. It is possible to change the orientation of the connector panel
while the laser window remains in the desired position.
Symbol
A combination of characters including start/stop and checksum characters, as required, that
form a complete scannable barcode.
Tilt
Rotation around the Z axis. Used to describe the position of the barcode with respect to the
laser scan line. See par. 2.5.
Trigger Signal
A signal, typically provided by a photoelectric sensor or proximity switch, which informs the
scanner of the presence of an object within its reading zone.
UPC
Acronym for Universal Product Code. The standard barcode type for retail food packaging in
the United States.
Visible Laser Diode
A light source used in scanners to illuminate the barcode symbol. Generates visible red light
at wavelengths between 630 and 680 nm.
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INDEX
A
Accessories; 6
ACR™ 4; 65
C
CE Compliance; vii
Cleaning; 78
Connectors
25-pin connector; 17
26-pin connector; 17
DeviceNet; 32
Ethernet; 30
Lonworks; 26
Profibus; 33
D
DeviceNet; 32
E
Electrical Connections; 15
Electrical Safety; vi
G
General View; ix
DeviceNet Connector Panel; xi
Display and Keypad Panel; x
DS6300 Oscillating Mirror Version; x
Ethernet Connector Panel; xi
Master/Slave Connector Panel; xi
Profibus Connector Panel; xi
Standard Version; ix
Genius™
Advanced Configuration; 61
Installation; 53
Wizard for Quick Reader Setup; 53
Glossary; 85
Guide to Installation; xii
Master/Slave Lonworks; xiii
Point-to-Point; xii
H
Head
Step-a-Head; 8
I
Inputs; 22
Installation; 7
45° Skew Installation; 37
Mounting the Scanner; 8
Mounting with Accessories; 11
Mounting with GFX-60; 13
Overall Dimensions; 9
Standard Installation; 37
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Interfaces
Auxiliary; 21
Ethernet; 31
Lonworks; 28
Main RS232; 18
Main RS485 Full Duplex; 19
Main RS485 Half Duplex; 20
Profibus; 33
Internal Net; 50
K
Keypad and Display
Focus Adjustment; 51
L
Large Synchronized Network; 47
Laser Safety; vi
LED Indicators
Phase On; 5
Power On; 5
TX Data; 5
Lonworks; 44
M
Models
Decoder Models; 2
Optical Models; 2
Oscillating Mirror; 3
Multidata Network; 48
N
Network Setup; 56
O
Operating Mode
Automatic; 55
On Line; 55
Test; 54
Oscillating Mirror; 3
Outputs; 24
P
Package Contents; 7
Parameter Explorer Window; 61
Parameter Groups
Default Values; 62
Positioning; 35
Pitch Angle; 35
Skew Angle; 36
Tilt Angle; 36
Power Supply; vii
Power Supply; 34
Profibus; 33
R
Reading Diagrams; 68
DS6300 with GFX-60; 76
Oscillating Mirror Models; 72
Standard Models; 68
Reading Features; 65
Reference Documentation; v
S
Scanner Replacement; 78
Services and Support; v
Small Synchronized Network; 45
Software Configuration; 53
T
Technical Features; 83
Terminator; 27
Test Mode Using Keypad; 51
Troubleshooting; 80
Typical Layouts; 38
Fieldbus Network; 49
Local Lonworks; 44
Multiplexer; 43
Pass Through; 40
Point-to-Point; 38
RS232 Master/Slave; 41
W
WEEE Compliance; vii
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DECLARATION OF CONFORMITY
07
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
DS6300-XXX-XXX, Laser Scanner;
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
2006/95/EC Low Voltage Directive
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), August 1994:
Amendment A1 (Class A ITE), October 2000:
LIMITS AND METHODS OF MEASUREMENTS OF RADIO DISTURBANCE
CHARACTERISTICS OF INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY EQUIPMENT
EN 61000-6-2, October 2001:
ELECTROMAGNETIC COMPATIBILITY (EMC)
PART 6-2: GENERIC STANDARDS - IMMUNITY FOR INDUSTRIAL
ENVIRONMENTS
EN 60950-1, December 2001:
INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY EQUIPMENT – SAFETY –
PART 1: GENERAL REQUIREMENTS
EN 60825-1, June 1994:
Amendments A11 (1996), A2 (2001):
SAFETY OF LASER PRODUCTS –
PART 1: EQUIPMENT CLASSIFICATION, REQUIREMENTS AND USER'S GUIDE
Lippo di Calderara, April 2nd, 2007
Lorenzo Girotti
Product & Process Quality Manager
www.automation.datalogic.com
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