Datalogic CBX500 Installation manual

Datalogic CBX500 Installation manual
STS400™
Installation Manual
Datalogic Automation S.r.l.
Via Lavino, 265
40050 - Monte S. Pietro
Bologna - Italy
STS400™ Installation Manual
Ed.: 03/2013
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CONTENTS
REFERENCES .............................................................................................................v
Conventions.................................................................................................................. v
Reference Documentation ............................................................................................ v
Support Through The Website...................................................................................... v
Patents.......................................................................................................................... v
COMPLIANCE.............................................................................................................vi
EMC Compliance......................................................................................................... vi
Power Supply............................................................................................................... vi
LED Compliance.......................................................................................................... vi
CE Compliance............................................................................................................ vi
FCC Compliance ......................................................................................................... vi
HANDLING.................................................................................................................vii
GENERAL VIEW .......................................................................................................viii
1
1.1
1.2
1.3
1.3.1
1.4
1.5
1.6
INTRODUCTION ..........................................................................................................1
STS400™ - Solution for Tires Sorting .......................................................................... 1
Terminology ..................................................................................................................2
STS400™ Feasibility Requirements............................................................................. 3
Extracting Tire Size From Tire Sidewall Markings ........................................................ 5
STS400™ Model Descriptions...................................................................................... 6
Power Requirements .................................................................................................... 6
STS400™ Accessories.................................................................................................7
2
2.1
2.1.1
2.1.2
2.1.3
2.1.4
2.2
2.3
2.3.1
2.3.2
2.3.3
2.3.4
2.3.5
2.4
2.5
2.5.1
2.6
INSTALLATION ...........................................................................................................8
STS400™ Supporting Frame ....................................................................................... 8
Frame Width .................................................................................................................9
Frame Length ...............................................................................................................9
Frame Height ..............................................................................................................10
Frame Bill Of Materials ...............................................................................................11
Mechanical Dimensions.............................................................................................. 12
Mounting Distance (DOF) ...........................................................................................18
STS400-005, STS400-006, STS400-007, STS400-008 ............................................. 18
STS400-015, STS400-016, STS400-017, STS400-018 ............................................. 18
STS400-105, STS400-106, STS400-107, STS400-108 ............................................. 19
STS400-205, STS400-206 .........................................................................................19
STS400-305, STS400-306 .........................................................................................20
Supporting Profile Height Adjustment......................................................................... 21
STS400™ Main Plate Mounting .................................................................................22
STS400™Plate Support Assembly Positioning for Odd Number of Readers ............. 24
Presence Sensor Positioning...................................................................................... 26
3
3.1
3.2
3.3
3.3.1
3.4
3.5
3.5.1
ELECTRICAL CONNECTIONS .................................................................................29
STS400™ Wiring Diagram .........................................................................................29
CBX Connection Box Pinout....................................................................................... 30
Power Supply..............................................................................................................31
STS400-1xx Models ...................................................................................................31
M12-D 4-Pin Connector (Ethernet) ............................................................................. 31
Main Serial Interface...................................................................................................32
RS232 Interface..........................................................................................................33
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3.5.2
3.6
3.7
3.7.1
3.7.2
3.8
3.8.1
3.8.2
RS485 Full-Duplex Interface.......................................................................................34
Auxiliary RS232 Interface ...........................................................................................35
Digital Inputs ...............................................................................................................36
Presence Sensor Input Connections .......................................................................... 37
Input Connections From PLC ..................................................................................... 38
Digital Outputs ............................................................................................................39
Output Connections Using STS400™ Power ............................................................. 39
Output Connections to External Digital Inputs ............................................................ 40
4
4.1
4.2
4.2.1
4.2.2
4.2.3
4.2.4
4.3
DISPLAY MENUS ...................................................................................................... 41
Main Menu ..................................................................................................................42
View Menus ................................................................................................................42
Standard .....................................................................................................................43
Network State .............................................................................................................43
Reading Mask.............................................................................................................44
Init Counters ...............................................................................................................45
Extended Menu...........................................................................................................45
5
5.1
5.1.1
5.1.2
5.1.3
5.1.4
READING FEATURES...............................................................................................46
DOF and FOV Data ....................................................................................................46
Passenger Car/Light Truck Solutions ......................................................................... 46
Commercial Vehicle Solutions .................................................................................... 46
Bottom Reading Solutions ..........................................................................................46
Hook Chain (Side) Reading Solutions ........................................................................ 46
6
6.1
6.2
6.2.1
6.2.2
SOFTWARE CONFIGURATION................................................................................ 47
Default Configuration ..................................................................................................47
Backup & Restore Procedures ...................................................................................48
Using VisiSet™...........................................................................................................48
Using CBX500 ATS HMI Interface (Keypad/Display) ................................................. 49
7
7.1
7.2
MAINTENANCE .........................................................................................................50
STS400™: What You Can and Cannot Do................................................................. 50
Cleaning......................................................................................................................50
8
8.1
TROUBLESHOOTING ...............................................................................................51
General Guidelines .....................................................................................................51
9
TECHNICAL FEATURES........................................................................................... 52
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REFERENCES
CONVENTIONS
This manual uses the following conventions:
"User" refers to anyone using an STS400™ array.
"Reader" refers to the Matrix 410™ ATS reader mounted on the STS400™ array.
"You" refers to the System Administrator or Technical Support person using this manual to
install, configure, operate, maintain or troubleshoot an STS400™ station.
REFERENCE DOCUMENTATION
For further details refer to: the VisiSet™ Help On Line, Matrix Reading Methods, Matrix Host
Mode Programming, Matrix SW Parameter Guide, Matrix Code Quality Verifier Solution
provided as supplementary documentation on Mini-DVD.
SUPPORT THROUGH THE WEBSITE
Datalogic provides several services as well as technical support through its website. Log on
to www.datalogic.com and click on the Industrial Automation links for further information:

Products - Industrial Automation - Identification
Select your product from the links on the Identification page. The product page
describes specific Info, Features, Applications, Models, Accessories, and Downloads
including documentation, software drivers, and the VisiSet™ utility program, which allows
device configuration using a PC through Serial and Ethernet interfaces.

Support & Services - Industrial Automation
Several links from the Industrial Automation list take you to additional services such as:
Service Program which contains Maintenance Agreements and Warranty Extensions;
Repair Centers; On-Line RMA Return Material Authorizations; Technical Support through
email or phone, Partner Program; Downloads for additional downloads.
PATENTS
This product is covered by one or more of the following patents:
Utility
patents:
US6512218B1,
US6616039B1,
US7053954B1,
US8058600B2,
US8289387B2, EP996284B1, EP999514B1, EP1014292B1, JP4435343B2, JP4571258B2,
Additional patents pending.
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COMPLIANCE
For installation, use and maintenance it is not necessary to open the readers.
Only connect Ethernet and dataport connections to a network which has routing only within
the plant or building and no routing outside the plant or building.
EMC COMPLIANCE
In order to meet the EMC requirements:

for CBX connections, connect the pin "Earth" to a good Earth Ground
POWER SUPPLY
ATTENTION: READ THIS INFORMATION BEFORE INSTALLING THE PRODUCT
This product is intended to be installed by Qualified Personnel only.
This product is intended to be connected to a UL Listed power supply which supplies power
directly to the product.
LED COMPLIANCE
LED emission according to EN 62471.
CE COMPLIANCE
Warning: This is a Class A product. In a domestic environment this product may cause radio
interference in which case the user may be required to take adequate measures.
FCC COMPLIANCE
Modifications or changes to this equipment without the expressed written approval of Datalogic could
void the authority to use the equipment.
This device complies with PART 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the following two
conditions: (1) This device may not cause harmful interference, and (2) this device must accept any
interference received, including interference which may cause undesired operation.
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class A digital device,
pursuant to part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection
against harmful interference when the equipment is operated in a commercial environment. This
equipment generates, uses, and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in
accordance with the instruction manual, may cause harmful interference to radio communications.
Operation of this equipment in a residential area is likely to cause harmful interference in which case
the user will be required to correct the interference at his own expense.
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HANDLING
The STS400™ is designed to be used in an industrial environment and is built to withstand
vibration and shock when correctly installed, however it is also a precision product and
therefore before and during installation it must be handled correctly to avoid damage.
 avoid that the array is dropped.
 do not fine tune the positioning by striking
the array.
NO
NO
 do not weld the array into position which
can cause electrostatic, heat or reading
window damage.
 do not spray paint near the array which
can cause reading window damage.
NO
NO
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GENERAL VIEW
STS400™
1
2
5
3
4
3
Figure A - STS400-0x8
1
2
3
5
4
3
Figure B - STS400-108
1
2
3
5
4
3
Figure C - STS400-205, STS400-305
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1
ID-NET™ Master
3
Mounting Slots (4)
2
ID-NET™ Slaves
4
Positioning Slot
5
Reading Windows
INTRODUCTION
1
1 INTRODUCTION
1.1 STS400™ - SOLUTION FOR TIRES SORTING
STS400™, which means Solution for Tires Sorting, is a solution designed to be easily
integrated into a sorting system for reading barcodes on the tires.
STS400-005 Reading Station
Tire Sorting Station
The solution, made up of an array of Matrix 410™ ATS readers has been studied to be a premounted, pre-configured system entirely validated at the factory, in order to be quickly and
easily installed by any technician.
The STS400™ provides easy maintenance with a smart solution for fast replacement of any
single Matrix 410™ ATS reader.
There are a number of STS400™ models which can be chosen to satisfy all the customer
needs in terms of: maximum code resolution, conveyor width and depth of field.

Multiple Matrix 410™ ATS readers are combined in an array designed to cover a fixed
conveyor or belt width at a fixed range of distances

The readers are part of a Master/Slave high speed ID-NET™ network

The Master collects the data from the Slaves, handles I/O and communicates with the
host

All external connections take place through the CBX500 ATS-001 connection box

Two photoelectric sensors are included for triggering the reading phase. Alternatively the
reading phase can be controlled by Host commands from the serial, Ethernet IP or
Fieldbus interfaces.
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1.2 TERMINOLOGY
The manual will refer to some technical terms when explaining how to choose and install the
STS400™. The following table will list the most used.
Code Resolution
Code Resolution is the width of the narrowest
module (element) in a barcode, usually
expressed in millimeters. It is also commonly
expressed in mils, (thousandths of an inch).
DOF
DOF stands for Depth Of Field and it
indicates the range (distance from the reader)
where the barcode can be read.
Resolution = Module width
FOV
FOV stands for Field Of View and
describes the reading area at a given
reading distance within the DOF.
Front View
Horizontal FOV defines the reading
width of the STS400™ across the
conveyor. Vertical FOV defines the
reading length of the STS400™ parallel
to the conveyor.
Minim um Reading Distance
DOF
Maxim um Reading Distance
The guaranteed reading volume is
defined as:
Horizontal FOV
FOVHmin x FOVVmin x DOF
Horizontal FOV
on Code 128 codes from the Datalogic
Test Chart.
Top View
Vertical FOV
Tire Terminology
Width
It is the widest point from sidewall to sidewall of
the tire.
Height
It is the difference from the external to the
internal diameter of the tire.
Diameter
It is the internal diameter of the tire which will fit
the car wheel rim.
Bead
It is the part of the tire which contacts the car
wheel rim. The barcode is usually applied here.
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Width
Bead
Height
Diameter
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1.3 STS400™ FEASIBILITY REQUIREMENTS
In order to make the best STS400™ solution choice which fits the application needs, some
basic information is required.
Highest Application Code Resolution: this data is fundamental for choosing the STS400™
model. This information must be the minimum barcode module among all the barcodes to be
read in the application.
STS400™ is supplied for two nominal resolutions:

High Resolution, resolution between 0.25 mm (10 mils) and 0.30 mm (12 mils)

Standard Resolution, resolution lower than or equal to 0.30 mm (12 mils)
Note: If the Resolution is higher than 0.25 mm (smaller module width), please contact your
local Datalogic representative.
Maximum Application DOF: this data corresponds to the difference between the maximum
width (Wmax) and the minimum width (Wmin) among all the tires to be sorted:
Maximum
Application
DOF
W max
W min
W max
Maximum
Application
DOF
W min
This information can be achieved by physically measuring the width of all tires to be sorted,
and looking for the two limits.
More easily, this information can be achieved by collecting all the tires size information
printed on them. (See par. 1.3.1).
STS400™ satisfies different ranges of DOF according to the code resolution and reading
station application type:
STS400™ Model
STS400-01x
STS400-00x
STS400-10x
STS400-20x
STS400-30x
Reading Station Type
Top Reading Station High Resolution
for Car/Light Truck Tires
Top Reading Station Standard Resolution
for Car/Light Truck Tires
Top Reading Station Standard Resolution
for Commercial Vehicle Tires
Bottom Reading Station
Hook Chain (Side) Reading Station
Nominal DOF
mm (in)
200 (7.9)
250 (9.8)
400 (15.7)
140 (5.5)
155 (6.1)
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Conveyor Operating Width: This is the effective operative width where the tires can run:
Operating
Width
Maximum Application FOV: This data is the maximum reading width where a barcode can
be found by the STS400™.
Because the barcode is located on or next to the Bead of the tire, the barcode will never be
found at the edges of the Conveyor Operating Width. The Maximum Application FOV
therefore can always be less than the Conveyor Operating Width:
FOV
Operating Width
The figure above shows a sectional view of the tires in order to better understand the
difference between the Maximum Application FOV and the Conveyor Operating Width.
The Maximum Application FOV can be calculated with the following formula:
FOV = Operating Width – 2 * (Minimum Tire Height – Barcode Position Margin)
The Barcode Position Margin takes into account the distance from the Bead where the
barcode could be applied.
Maximum Conveyor Speed: The STS400™ with factory default configuration can support
speeds up to 1 m/s (196.85 fpm, 60 m/min).
Higher speeds can be obtained by modifying the configuration, please
contact your local Datalogic representative for feasibility.
NOTE
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1.3.1
1
Extracting Tire Size From Tire Sidewall Markings
The best way to find out your tire size is to actually look at the tire sidewall. As you can see in
the figure below, there is generally a lot of different information on the tire; however, for our
purpose, we just need 3 pieces of information:
1. Tire Width: the “215” designation
states the Width of the tire in
millimeters at the widest point
from sidewall to sidewall when
mounted on the correct wheel.
2. Tire Height: the “65” designation
is the Aspect Ratio. This ratio is
calculated by dividing the section
Height by the Width. Therefore
the tire height is calculated as:
Height = Ratio * Width / 100
3. Tire
Diameter:
the
“15”
designation is the Diameter of the
wheel rim in inches. This is the
exact size that the tire will fit.
Once the whole list of the nominal values of all the tires has been collected, it is very easy to
understand the application needs, and chose the correct STS400™ model. See the following
sample table:
W [mm]
R [%]
D [Inch]
H [mm]
Dint [mm]
Dext [mm]
Tire 1
120
70
12
84
304.8
472.8
Tire 2
175
65
14
114
355.6
583.1
Tire 3
185
55
14
102
355.6
559.1
Tire 4
205
60
15
123
381.0
627.0
Tire 5
205
65
15
133
381.0
647.5
Tire 6
190
50
17
95
431.8
621.8
Tire 7
100
100
18
100
457.2
657.2
Tire 8
275
45
18
124
457.2
704.7
Tire 9
275
45
20
124
508.0
755.5
Minimum [mm]
100.0
84.0
Maximum [mm]
275.0
133.3
508.0
755.5
DOF Required [mm]
175.0
Note: Dext is the external tire diameter. Even if this data is not used for the best choice of the
STS400™, the above table shows it. It can be calculated as: Dext = Dint + (2 * H).
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1.4 STS400™ MODEL DESCRIPTIONS
Once the main specifications have been collected, it’s possible to choose the STS400™
model which best fits the application according to the following rules:

Highest Application Code Resolution  STS400™ Nominal Code Resolution


Maximum Application DOF  STS400™ Nominal DOF
Maximum Application FOV  STS400™ Nominal Horizontal FOV
The models differ by Application Type, Code Resolution, and number of readers.
STS400-XXX
Ap plication T ype
Cod e Resolution
Reader s
0 = Top R eading Pas senger/Light Truck
0 = Standard (0.30 m m - 0.35 mm)
1 = H igh (0.25 mm)
5
6
7
8
1 = Top R eading Commerc ial Vehicles
2 = Bottom Reading
3 = Hook Chain (Side) Reading
= 5x
= 6x
= 7x
= 8x
Matrix
Matrix
Matrix
Matrix
410™
410™
410™
410™
ATS
ATS
ATS
ATS
Single Matrix 410™ ATS-xxx models are used as stand alone readers having the same
characteristics as the relative application type STS400™ models. They are also used as
replacement readers for the relative STS400™ stations.
The Reading Features of the various STS400™ models are given in chapter 5.
1.5 POWER REQUIREMENTS
The STS400™ solution kit doesn’t include a power supply unit, which has to be ordered
separately. The maximum power required depends on the model.
Power is supplied to the system through its connection box CBX500 ATS. In the case of
STS400-10x models, in addition to system power through the CBX500 ATS, the illuminator is
supplied directly through the QL100 connectors.
The following table indicates the compatible power supply to use according to the STS400™
model. The supply current consumption values are given considering the default parameter
settings with the array working at maximum throughput.
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DC Supply Current
Max @ 24 V ± 10%
Model
Peak Supply Current
Max @ 24 V ± 10%
Suggested Power Supply: PWR-120 or PG-120-K0x
Bottom Reading Solution
STS400-205
STS400-206
1.03 A
1.23 A
5.4 A for 2.8 ms
5.4 A for 2.8 ms
1.06 A
1.27 A
5.4 A for 3.1 ms
5.4 A for 3.1 ms
Hook Chain (Side) Reading Solution
STS400-305
STS400-306
Suggested Power Supply: PWR-240
Top Reading Passenger Car/Light Truck Solution
STS400-0X5
STS400-0X6
STS400-0X7
STS400-0X8
1.13 A
1.35 A
1.58 A
1.80 A
5.4 A for 3.5 ms
5.4 A for 3.5 ms
7.2 A for 3.5 ms
7.2 A for 3.5 ms
Suggested Power Supply: PWR-480A
Top Reading Commercial Vehicle Solution
STS400-105
STS400-106
STS400-107
STS400-108
1.43 A
1.71 A
2.00 A
2.28 A
16.2 A for 3.5 ms
16.2 A for 3.5 ms
21.6 A for 3.5 ms
21.6 A for 3.5 ms
1.6 STS400™ ACCESSORIES
Accessory
Description
Order No.
AC/DC Power Supply Kit (EU)
AC/DC Power Supply Kit (UK)
AC/DC Power Supply Kit (US)
POWER UNIT 110/230VAC 24V 120 W
POWER UNIT 110/230VAC 24V 240 W
POWER UNIT 110/230VAC 24V 480 W
93ACC0046
93ACC0047
93ACC0048
93ACC1530
93ACC1070
93ACC1850
Ethernet TCP/IP Module STD/IP65 for CBX500
Profibus Module STD/IP65 for CBX500
DeviceNet Module IP65 for CBX500
Power Supplies
PG-120-K01
PG-120-K02
PG-120-K03
PWR-120
PWR-240
PWR-480A
Host Interface Modules
BM200/BM210
BM300/BM310
BM400
BM500/BM510/BM520
Ethernet/IP Module STD/IP65/IP54 for CBX500
BM600
BM700/BM710
BM1100
BM1200/BM1210
CAN Open Module for CBX500
Profinet IO Module STD/IP65 for CBX500
CC-Link Module for CBX500
Modbus TCP Module STD/IP65 for CBX500
93ACC1851, 93ACC1852
93ACC1810, 93ACC1811
93ACC1814
93ACC1812, 93ACC1813,
93ACC1840
93ACC1815
93ACC1816, 93ACC1886
93ACC1845
93ACC1848, 93ACC1849
System Supervisor (up to 5 arrays)
System Supervisor (up to 64 arrays)
System Supervisor (up to 256 arrays)
93A100027
93A100028
93A100029
Software Management
Datalogic WebSentinel-IMAGES 005
Datalogic WebSentinel-IMAGES 064
Datalogic WebSentinel-IMAGES 256
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2 INSTALLATION
2.1 STS400™ SUPPORTING FRAME
STS400™ has been optimized to be mounted on aluminum profiles. A frame made up of
aluminum profiles allows the easiest and fastest mounting, and in most cases is the best
choice.
However, STS400™ can also be mounted on different supports like a fixed column.
Because it is impossible to supply a standard frame which fits all the infinite needs of the
customers, it must be designed during the feasibility study of the specific application.
When studying a frame, it is suggested to design it with some safe margins for adjustment
because of unforeseen changes at installation time like obstacles or different height
requirements. Even if the STS400™ height can be calculated in advance, it is suggested to
leave freedom on all three axes for fine adjustment in the field. The following figure shows
how this can be achieved and is the type suggested by Datalogic.
In this sample frame the STS400™ can be moved up-down, backward-forward, and left-right:
The length of the aluminum profiles has to be dimensioned according to the following
constraints:





physical conveyor width
conveyor height from floor to the tire reading plane
Application DOF
STS400™ model
mimimum width (Wmin) of the tires
The next three paragraphs suggest the formulas to be used for the frame dimensioning.
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2.1.1
2
Frame Width
The frame Width has to be calculated according to the distances shown in the following
figure:
STS Main Plate Dimensions
STS Main Plate
Max Side Room
Max Side Room
STS400-xx7 and -xx8 = 1065 mm
(41.9 in)
STS400-xx5 and -xx6 = 785 mm
(30.9 in)
Safe
Conveyor Width
Safe
W
The Safe clearance between the frame and the conveyor sides has to be chosen according
to the Maximum Side Room available. It is suggested to always keep at least of 200 mm of
Safe clearance.
The length of the frame profiles W can be calculated in 2 ways, according to whether the
STS400™ main plate is wider than the conveyor Conveyor Width or not:
If Conveyor Width > STS Main Plate then:
W = Conveyor Width + (2 * Safe Margin)
If Conveyor Width  STS Main Plate then:
W = STS Main Plate + (2 * Safe Margin)
Note: The STS400-xx7 models require a 70 or 55 mm shift to center the FOV over the
conveyor and therefore must be accounted for in the frame width calculation.
2.1.2
Frame Length
It is suggested to keep at least 500 mm of Safe clearance for the frame Length (L). This
allows good frame stability and freedom for moving both the reading phase sensor(s) and the
STS400™, forward or backward:
Reading Phase
Sensors
L
Note: There is not a specific calculation for (L).
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2.1.3
Frame Height
This is the dimension most influenced by the STS400™ model. The frame profile, indicated
as Height (H), is calculated according to the distances shown in the following figure:
STS400™ Width
STS400™
Max
Reading Distance
H
Wmin
Foot
Conveyor
Height
The STS400™ Maximum Reading distance is considered starting from the reader window
surface to the maximum reading point:
Max
Reading
Distance
This distance changes according to the STS400™ model:
STS400™ Model
STS400-01x
STS400-00x
STS400-10x
STS400-20x
STS400-30x
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Reading Station Type
Top Reading Station High Resolution
for Car/Light Truck Tires
Top Reading Station Standard Resolution
for Car/Light Truck Tires
Top Reading Station Standard Resolution
for Commercial Vehicle Tires
Bottom Reading Station
Hook Chain (Side) Reading Station
Maximum Reading Distance
mm (in)
910 (35.8)
1140 (44.9)
1280 (50.4)
457 (18)
560 (20)
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Finally the frame Height (H) can be calculated by the following formula:
H = Conveyor Height + Wmin + Max Reading Distance + STS400 Width + Safe Length - Foot
Where:
 Safe Length is an extra length of 50 to 100 mm on the top of the frame, used for fine
adjustment at installation time (if needed);
 Foot is usually considered to be roughly 50 mm:
50 mm
2.1.4
Frame Bill Of Materials
We suggest using Bosch aluminum profiles; although any other brand can fully satisfy this
purpose.
The 45 x 45 mm profile section is the best compromise between frame stability and price.
The following bill of materials indicates a list of generic profiles: W, L and H.
Description
Profile W
Profile L
Profile H
Angular brackets
Quantity
3
6
4
20
Note: It is suggested to double the angular brackets on both the ends of the profile
supporting the STS400™:
Angular
Brackets
Once the frame has been fully mounted, the STS400™ can be mechanically mounted.
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2.2 MECHANICAL DIMENSIONS
STS400-005, STS400-205, STS400-305
392.5
[15.45]
140
[5.51]
Ø65.0
[Ø2.54]
68.6
[2.70]
20
[0.79]
223
[8.78]
9
[0.35]
32.25
[1.27]
44.75
[1.76]
112.5
[4.43]
89
[3.50]
149
[5.87]
30
[1.18]
785
[30.91]
STS400-015
392.5
[15.45]
Ø65.0
[Ø2.54]
110
[4.33]
20
[0.79]
223
[8.78]
9
[0.35]
44.75
[1.76]
172.5
[6.79]
55
[2.17]
12
149
[5.87]
89
[3.50]
30
[1.18]
785
[30.91]
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STS400-105
140
[5.51]
68.6
[2.70]
Ø100.0
[Ø3.94]
20
[0.79]
9
[0.35]
223
[8.78]
241
[9.48]
44.75
[1.76]
112.5
[4.43]
32.25
[1.27]
392.5
[15.45]
89
[3.50]
176
[6.93]
30
[1.18]
785
[30.91]
STS400-006, STS400-206, STS400-306
392.5
[15.45]
140
[5.51]
Ø65.0
[Ø2.54]
20
[0.79]
223
[8.78]
9
[0.35]
32.25
[1.27]
44.75
[1.76]
42.5
[1.67]
149
[5.87]
89
[3.50]
30
[1.18]
785
[30.91]
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STS400-016
392.5
[15.45]
Ø65.0
[Ø2.54]
110
[4.33]
20
[0.79]
223
[8.78]
9
[0.35]
44.75
[1.76]
117.5
[4.63]
89
[3.50]
149
[5.85]
30
[1.18]
785
[30.91]
STS400-106
140
[5.51]
Ø100.0
[Ø3.94]
20
[0.79]
9
[0.35]
223
[8.78]
241
[9.48]
44.75
[1.76]
42.5
[1.67]
32.25
[1.27]
392.5
[15.45]
785
[30.91]
800
[31.49]
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Ø65
[Ø2.54]
140
[5.51]
20
[0.79]
9
[0.35]
223
[8.78]
182.5
[7.18]
70
[2.76]
44.7
[1.76]
532.5
[20.96]
32.2
[1.27]
STS400-007
89
[3.50]
149
[5.87]
30
[1.18]
1065
[41.93]
Ø65
[Ø2.54]
110
[4.33]
20
[0.79]
9
[0.35]
223
[8.78]
257.5
[10.14]
55
[2.17]
44.75
[1.76]
532.5
[20.96]
32.25
[1.27]
STS400-017
1065
[41.94]
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Ø100
[Ø3.94]
20
[0.79]
9
[0.35]
140
[5.51]
223
[8.78]
241
[9.48]
182.5
[7.19]
70
[2.76]
44.75
[1.76]
532.5
[20.96]
32.25
[1.27]
STS400-107
1065
[41.93]
89
[3.50]
176
[6.93]
30
[1.18]
1072
[42.22]
Ø65
[Ø2.54]
9
[0.35]
20
[0.79]
44.75
[1.76]
532.5
[20.96]
140
[5.51]
223
[8.78]
42.5
[1.67]
32.25
[1.27]
STS400-008
16
149
[5.87]
89
[3.50]
30
[1.18]
1065
[41.93]
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147.5
[5.81]
Ø65
[Ø2.54]
20
[0.79]
9
[0.35]
223
[8.78]
110
[4.33]
44.75
[1.76]
532.5
[20.96]
32.25
[1.27]
STS400-018
1065
[41.94]
20
[0.79]
44.75
[1.76]
Ø100
[Ø3.94]
9
[0.35]
140
[5.51]
532.5
[20.96]
223
[8.78]
241
[9.48]
42.5
[1.67]
32.25
[1.27]
STS400-108
1065
[41.93]
176
[6.93]
89
[3.50]
30
[1.18]
1080
[42.52]
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2.3 MOUNTING DISTANCE (DOF)
2.3.1
STS400-005, STS400-006, STS400-007, STS400-008
890 mm (35 in)
Largest Tire
Max. 250 mm (9.8 in)
Smallest Tire
Conveyor
2.3.2
STS400-015, STS400-016, STS400-017, STS400-018
710 mm (28 in)
Largest Tire
Max. 200 mm (7.9 in)
Smallest Tire
Conveyor
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2
STS400-105, STS400-106, STS400-107, STS400-108
880 mm (34.6 in)
Largest Tire
Max. 400 mm (15.7 in)
Smallest Tire
Conveyor
2.3.4
STS400-205, STS400-206
Conveyor
317 mm (12.5 in) min nominal DOF
DOF range = 317 mm (12.5 in) to 457 mm (18 in)
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Hook Chain
Max. 155 mm
Max. (6.1 in)
2.3.5
Smallest Tire
Largest Tire
405 mm
(15.9 in)
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INSTALLATION
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2.4 SUPPORTING PROFILE HEIGHT ADJUSTMENT
The frame profile supporting the STS400™ must be positioned at the correct height in order
to completely overlap the STS400™ nominal DOF to the application DOF.
Note: The application DOF is the difference between the maximum tire width and the
minimum tire width.
If the DOF required by the application is less than the STS400™ nominal DOF, it’s strongly
suggested to balance the overlap by keeping the centers of both DOFs coincident:
Inst H
Inst H
Application
DOF
In the figure on the right, the STS400™ nominal DOF is perfectly overlapped and centered
on the application DOF.
The installation height (Inst H in the figure), which is the distance from the reader window
surface to the conveyor plane is calculated by the following formula:
Inst H = Tire_Wmin + (Application_DOF / 2) + DOFc_dist
Where the DOFc_dist is the distance between the reader window surface and the center of
the STS400™ DOF; this value changes according to the model:
STS400™ Model
STS400-01x
STS400-00x
STS400-10x
STS400-20x
STS400-30x
Reading Station Type
Top Reading Station High Resolution
for Car/Light Truck Tires
Top Reading Station Standard Resolution
for Car/Light Truck Tires
Top Reading Station Standard Resolution
for Commercial Vehicle Tires
Bottom Reading Station
Hook Chain (Side) Reading Station
Maximum Reading
Distance mm (in)
810 (31.9)
1015 (40)
1080 (42.5)
*
482.5 (19)
* For Bottom reading stations the reading distance is a fixed value approximately equal to the
top of the conveyor plane. Tire_Wmin is not significant, Application_DOF/2 is negligible.
Inst H is typically set to the minimum reading distance, see par. 2.3.4.
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2.5 STS400™ MAIN PLATE MOUNTING
Once the supporting profile has been positioned at the correct height we can proceed with
the STS400™ mechanical mounting.
STS400™ has been designed to be easily installed by one person using the T-bolt, special
plate supporting nut and locknut supplied in the kit:
Figure 1- STS400™ Plate Supporting Nut
The plate supporting nut has to be coupled to the frame with the M8 x 25 mm T-bolt:
Figure 2- STS400™ Plate Support Assembly
Mount the plate support assembly onto the bottom side of the STS400™ supporting frame.
When the T-bolt is inserted into the profile slot, position it directly over the center 1 of the
operating width and completely tighten the nut:
1
For STS400™ models having an even number of readers, the main plate slot, FOV and operating width are congruent. If the
STS400™ model has an odd number of readers then an offset must be applied from the center of the operating width. See
par. 2.5.1 for details.
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Finally the STS400™ can be mounted onto the station frame.
The STS400™ has to be installed onto the station frame in the conveyor direction so that the
main plate slot (reader side) is aligned with the plate support assembly.
Output
Side
Rear of
Frame
Conveyor
Direction
Slide the main plate slot between the plate support assembly and the supporting profile until
it reaches the end.
The plate support assembly can fully support the STS400™ weight without human help.
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Fix the STS400™ using 4 T-bolts and nuts (not supplied) to the supporting profile. When the
main plate slot is fully inserted onto the plate support assembly, the 4 mounting slots are
aligned with the supporting profile groove:
Fixing Slots to Frame
Also screw the locknut onto the plate support assembly and tighten it.
2.5.1
STS400™Plate Support Assembly Positioning for Odd Number of
Readers
The STS400™ kits having an odd number of Matrix 410™ ATS readers are the -xx5 or -xx7
models.
When mounting one of these models the plate support assembly can’t be fixed exactly over
the center of the operating width because the main plate slot no longer corresponds to the
center of the FOV. A positional offset must be applied to center the FOV over the operating
width.
The following figure shows what happens when the plate support assembly is centered over
the operating width with an STS400™ model having an odd number of readers:
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=
=
=
=
STS400-xx7 centered over conveyor
It’s clear that the plate support assembly must have a positional offset from the center.
Looking at the frame from the Output Side (tires coming out of the page), in order to align the
center of the FOV with the center of the conveyor, an offset towards the left side has to be
applied:
=
=
STS400-xx7 with offset over conveyor
The positional offset from the operating width center changes according to the STS400™
model used:
STS400™ Model
STS400-015
STS400-017
STS400-x05
STS400-x07
Reading Station Type
High Resolution
High Resolution
Standard Resolution
Standard Resolution
Direction




Offset
mm (in)
55 (2.17)
55 (2.17)
70 (2.76)
70 (2.76)
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2.6 PRESENCE SENSOR POSITIONING
The STS400™ system comes with a pair of photocells that can be used to detect the
presence of the tire on the conveyor and trigger the beginning and the end of the reading
phase. When used, they must be positioned and mounted at the conveyor belt level
depending on the size of the tires that must be handled.
Position the presence sensors according to the following procedure:
1. Retrieve the size of the minimum tire height (Hmin) and the minimum tire width (Wmin) of
the tires.
2. Determine the field of view along the conveyor direction (FOVv) at the maximum distance.
See the table below.
3. If the minimum tire height (Hmin) is less than the FOVv/2 at the maximum distance, then
both Reading Phase ON and Reading Phase OFF presence sensors are required and
they must be mounted at the Hmin distance from the edges of the vertical FOV as shown
in the figure below:
Hmin = minimum tire height (lowest profile tire)
Wmin = minimum tire width (narrowest tire)
PS1 = Reading Phase ON Photocell
PS2 = Reading Phase OFF Photocell
max distance
Tire Height
FOVv @ max dist
Hmin
Tire Width
PS1
Hmin
Wmin
PS2
Top Reading Station with Two Presence Sensors
STS400™ Model
STS400-01x
STS400-00x
STS400-10x
STS400-20x
STS400-30x
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Reading Station Type
Top Reading Station High Resolution
for Car/Light Truck Tires
Top Reading Station Standard Resolution
for Car/Light Truck Tires
Top Reading Station Standard Resolution
for Commercial Vehicle Tires
Bottom Reading Station
Hook Chain (Side) Reading Station
Vertical FOV @ Maximum
Reading Distance mm (in)
190 (7.5)
240 (9.5)
270 (10.6)
* see note
159 (6.3)
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In some cases the system can work with only one photocell.
If the minimum tire height (Hmin) is greater than the FOVv/2 at the maximum distance, then
only a single presence sensor is required and it must be mounted at the mid point of the field
of view as shown in the figure below:
Hmin = minimum tire height (lowest profile tire)
Wmin = minimum tire width (narrowest tire)
PS1 = Reading Phase ON/OFF Photocell
max distance
Tire Height
FOVv @ max dist
Tire Width
Hmin
Wmin
PS1
Top Reading Station with Single Presence Sensor
This configuration requires modifying the Master default Reading Phase
OFF parameter to External Trigger Trailing Edge, Complete Read.
NOTE
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Hmin = minimum tire height (lowest profile tire)
PS1 = Reading Phase ON/OFF Photocell
Tire Height
Tire Width
Hmin
PS1
FOVv @ inst dist
Bottom Reading Station with Single Presence Sensor
For Bottom Reading Stations installed at the minimum nominal DOF of 317
mm (12.5 in), the Vertical FOV is 145 mm (5.7 in). If allowed by the
application, it is suggested to use this value for the conveyor gap in order to
maximize the reading area.
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Smaller gaps can be used and maximized by modifying the configuration,
please contact your local Datalogic representative for feasibility.
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3 ELECTRICAL CONNECTIONS
3.1 STS400™ WIRING DIAGRAM
CABLE IN STS400™ KIT
CABLE FROM CUSTOMER SIDE
PRE-MOUNTED CABLE ON STS400™
Sensor 2
Sensor 1
(optional)
CAB-ETH M05
CBX500 ATS-001
M
Ethernet Host (RJ45)
S
S
S
S
S
CAB-MS03
CBL-1480-02
24Vdc
Serial Host:
RS232
Outputs:
RS485
(optional)
RS422
OUT1
OUT2
Figure 3 - STS400™ Array Wiring
CBL-1480-02 to CBX500 ATS-001
CAB-LP-05 to 24 Vdc
STS400-1xx models
Figure 4 - STS400-1xx Additional Wiring
See par. 3.3.1 for wiring illuminator power on STS400-1xx models.
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3.2 CBX CONNECTION BOX PINOUT
The STS400™s all connect to the CBX500 ATS-001 as shown in the previous diagram. The
table below gives the pinout of the CBX terminal block connectors.
Vdc
GND
Earth
+V
I1A
I1B
-V
+V
I2A
I2B
-V
+V
-V
O1+
O1O2+
O2TX
RX
SGND
REF
ID+
IDShield
CBX500 ATS Terminal Block Connectors
Input Power
Power Supply Input Voltage +
Power Supply Input Voltage Protection Earth Ground
Inputs
Power Source – External Trigger
External Trigger A (polarity insensitive)
External Trigger B (polarity insensitive)
Power Reference – External Trigger
Power Source – Inputs
Input 2 A (polarity insensitive)
Input 2 B (polarity insensitive)
Power Reference – Inputs
Outputs
Power Source - Outputs
Power Reference - Outputs
Output 1 +
Output 1 Output 2 +
Output 2 Auxiliary Interface
Auxiliary Interface TX
Auxiliary Interface RX
Auxiliary Interface Reference
ID-NET™
Network Reference
ID-NET™ network +
ID-NET™ network Network Cable Shield
Main Interface
RS485
RS232
Full-Duplex
TX
TX+
*RX+
RX
RTS
TX*RXCTS
SGND
SGND
* Do not leave floating, see par. 3.5.2 for connection details.
NOTE
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To avoid electromagnetic interference when the reader is connected to a
CBX connection box, verify the jumper positions in the CBX as indicated in
its Installation Manual.
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3.3 POWER SUPPLY
Power is supplied through the CBX500 ATS spring clamp terminal pins as shown in Figure 5:
Power Supply
VGND
V+
in
Earth
Ground
Figure 5 - Power Supply Connections
For all STS400™ models the power must be 24 Vdc only. See par. 1.5 for recommended
power supplies.
It is recommended to connect the array CHASSIS to earth ground (Earth) by setting the
appropriate jumper in the CBX connection box. See the CBX Installation Manual for details.
3.3.1
STS400-1xx Models
For STS400-1xx models, in addition to powering the system through the CBX500 ATS,
power the illuminators using the CAB-LP-05 cable connected directly between the first
QL100 and the 24 Vdc power source. Connect the Brown/White wires to Vdc and
Black/Blue wires to GND. Connect the cable shield to Earth ground.
3.4 M12-D 4-PIN CONNECTOR (ETHERNET)
An M12 D-Coded connector is provided for the on-board Ethernet connection. This interface
is IEEE 802.3 10 BaseT and IEEE 802.3u 100 BaseTx compliant.
4
1
3
2
Figure 6 - M12 D-Coded Female Ethernet Network Connector
M12 D-Coded Ethernet Network Connector pinout
Pin
1
2
3
4
Name
TX +
RX +
TX RX -
Function
Transmitted data (+)
Received data (+)
Transmitted data (-)
Received data (-)
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3.5 MAIN SERIAL INTERFACE
CAUTION
Do not connect to the Main Interface spring clamp terminals if using Host
Interface Modules (Fieldbus) with the CBX500.
The signals relative to the following serial interface types are available on the CBX spring
clamp terminal blocks.
The main serial interface type and its parameters (baud rate, data bits, etc.) can be
defined by the user via VisiSet™ software. For more details refer to the
"Communication" folder in the VisiSet™ Help On Line.
Details regarding the connections and use of the interfaces are given in the next paragraphs.
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3.5.1
3
RS232 Interface
The RS232 interface can be used for Point-to-Point connections. When it is connected to the
host computer it allows both transmission of code data and reader configuration by VisiSet™.
The following pins are used for RS232 interface connection:
CBX500 ATS
TX
RX
RTS
CTS
SGND
Function
Transmit Data
Receive Data
Request To Send
Clear To Send
Signal Ground
It is always advisable to use shielded cables. The overall maximum cable length must be
less than 15 m (49.2 ft).
USER INTERFACE
SGND RXD
TXD
CTS
READER
SGND TX
RTS
RX
RTS
CTS
Figure 7 – RS232 Main Interface Connections Using Hardware Handshaking
The RTS and CTS signals control data transmission and synchronize the connected devices.
+V
RTS
-V
START
OF
TRANSMISSION
END
OF
TRANSMISSION
DATA
TRANSMISSION
+V
TX DATA
-V
DATA
TRANSMISSION
C1 C2
C3
C4
C5
TRANSMISSION
STOPPED
ENABLED
+V
CTS
-V
IDLE
ENABLED
DISABLED
IDLE
Figure 8 - RS232 Control Signals
If the RTS/CTS handshaking protocol is enabled, the Matrix 410™ activates the RTS output
to indicate a message is to be transmitted. The receiving unit activates the CTS input to
enable the transmission.
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3.5.2
RS485 Full-Duplex Interface
The RS485 full-duplex (5 wires + shield) interface is used for non-polled communication
protocols in point-to-point connections over longer distances (max 1200 m / 3940 ft) than
those acceptable for RS232 communications or in electrically noisy environments.
The CBX pinout follows:
CBX500 ATS
TX+
RX+
TXRXSGND
Function
RS485 Transmit Data +
RS485 Receive Data +
RS485 Transmit Data RS485 Receive Data Signal Ground
USER INTERFACE
RX485+ TX485+
SGND
READER
RX485-
SGND TX+
TX485-
RX+
TX-
RX-
Figure 9 - RS485 Full-duplex Connections
For applications that do not use RX485 signals, do not leave these lines
floating but connect them to SGND as shown below.
NOTE
USER INTERFACE
RX485+
SGND
READER
RX485-
SGND TX+
TX-
Figure 10 - RS485 Full-duplex Connections using Only TX Signals
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3.6 AUXILIARY RS232 INTERFACE
The RS232 auxiliary interface is available for Point-to-Point connections. When it is
connected to the host computer it allows both transmission of code data and reader
configuration by VisiSet™.
The parameters relative to the aux interface (baud rate, data bits, etc.) as well as particular
communication modes such as LOCAL ECHO can be defined through the Communication
folder of the VisiSet™ utility program.
The 9-pin female Auxiliary Interface connector inside the CBX is the preferred connector for
device configuration or communication monitoring.
1
5
9
6
Figure 11 - 9-pin female connector
If permanent system wiring is required, the following pins are used to connect the RS232
auxiliary interface:
CBX500 ATS
RX
TX
SGND
Function
Auxiliary Interface Receive Data
Auxiliary Interface Transmit Data
Auxiliary Interface Reference
USER INTERFACE
RX
TX
Reference
Figure 12 - RS232 Auxiliary Interface Connections
Do not connect the Aux Interface to the CBX spring clamp connectors and
the 9-pin connector simultaneously.
NOTE
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3.7 DIGITAL INPUTS
There are two optocoupled polarity insensitive inputs available on the reader: Input 1
(External Trigger) and Input 2, a generic input:
These inputs can be used to control (start/stop) the reading phase:
Parameter
Source
Reading Phase ON Input
Reading Phase OFF Input
Single Presence Sensor
External Trigger Leading Edge
External Trigger Trailing Edge
Two Presence Sensors
External Trigger Leading Edge
Input 2 Leading Edge
PLC Digital Output
External Trigger Leading Edge
or
Input 2 Leading Edge
External Trigger Trailing Edge
or
Input 2 Trailing Edge
NOTE
Alternatively, host communication output commands (Serial or Fieldbus)
can be used to control the reading phase. See the Configuration
Parameters Help On Line for details.
The electrical features of both inputs are:
VAB = 30 Vdc max.
IIN = 10 mA (reader) + 12 mA (CBX) max.
The active state of these inputs is selected in software. Refer to the VisiSet™ Help On Line.
An anti-disturbance filter is implemented in software on both inputs so that the minimum
pulse duration is  0.5 milliseconds. This value can be increased through the software
parameter Debounce Filter, see the Digital I/O folder in the VisiSet™ Help On Line for further
details.
These inputs are optocoupled and can be driven by PNP type commands.
Polarity insensitive inputs assure full functionality even if pins A and B are
exchanged.
NOTE
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3.7.1
3
Presence Sensor Input Connections
CAUTION
Power is available directly to the Input Device, independently from the
Power Supply Switch inside the CBX.
The sensors included in the STS400™ have a standard pinout (brown = +Vdc; blue = GND;
black = switched) and can be connected to the Trigger and Input 2 as shown in the figures
below.
Sensor 1
brown
black
blue
CBX500 ATS Row 2
+V
I1A
I1B
-V (bridge to I1B)
Function
Power Source - External Trigger
External Trigger A (polarity insensitive)
External Trigger B (polarity insensitive)
Power Reference - External Trigger
Presence Sensor Photocell (PNP)
(brown)
(black)
(blue)
Figure 13 – Presence Sensor Connected to External Trigger
The yellow Trigger LED on the reader is on when the active state of the External Trigger
corresponds to ON.
Sensor 2
brown
black
blue
CBX500 ATS Row 3
+V
I2A
I2B
-V (bridge to I2B)
Function
Power Source - Inputs
Input 2 A (polarity insensitive)
Input 2 B (polarity insensitive)
Power Reference - Inputs
Presence Sensor Photocell (PNP)
(brown)
(black)
(blue)
Figure 14 – Presence Sensor Connected to Input 2
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3.7.2
Input Connections From PLC
Alternatively, the reading system can be controlled by a digital output of a PLC. For this
purpose, connect the switched signal and the appropriate reference level as shown in the
figures below.
PLC Signal
Input
Reference
CBX500 ATS Row 2
I1A
I1B
Function
External Trigger A (polarity insensitive)
External Trigger B (polarity insensitive)
PLC Signal
Input
Signal
Pulled down to External
Input Reference
Figure 15 - External Trigger Connected to PLC
The yellow Trigger LED on the reader is on when the active state of the External Trigger
corresponds to ON.
PLC Signal
Input
Reference
CBX500 ATS Row 3
I2A
I2B
Function
Input 2 A (polarity insensitive)
Input 2 B (polarity insensitive)
PLC Signal
Input
Signal
Pulled down to External
Input Reference
Figure 16 - Input 2 Connected to PLC
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3.8 DIGITAL OUTPUTS
Two optocoupled general purpose outputs are available. The meaning of the two outputs
Output 1 and Output 2 can be defined by the user. They are typically used to signal the data
collection result. They are also available to the Host (either serial or Fieldbus) to be driven
independently.
The electrical features of the two outputs are the following:
VCE = 30 Vdc max.
ICE = 40 mA continuous max.; 130 mA pulsed max.
VCE saturation = 1 Vdc max. @ 10 mA
PD = 80 mW Max. @ 45 °C ambient temp.
By default, Output 1 is associated with the Partial Read and No Read events, which activates
when the code(s) signaled by the external trigger are not decoded, and Output 2 is
associated with the Complete Read event, which activates when all the selected codes are
correctly decoded.
The output signals are fully programmable being determined by the configured
Activation/Deactivation events, Deactivation Timeout or a combination of the two. Refer to
the Digital I/O folder in the VisiSet™ Help On Line for further details.
3.8.1
Output Connections Using STS400™ Power
CAUTION
Power is available directly to the Output Device, independently from the
Power Supply Switch inside the CBX.
The digital outputs can power and drive small devices meeting the electrical characteristics
above such as electronic switches which can then manage larger power consuming devices
such as signaling lights or other machinery.
CBX500 ATS
+V
O1+
O1O2+
O2-V
Function
Power Source - Outputs
Output 1 +
Output 1 Output 2 +
Output 2 Power Reference Outputs
Output Device
Power to
Output device
Output
Signal
Output device
Reference
Figure 17 - Open Emitter Output Using STS400™ Power
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Output Device
Power to
Output device
Output device
Reference
Output
Signal
Figure 18 - Open Collector Output Using STS400™ Power
3.8.2
Output Connections to External Digital Inputs
Alternatively, the reading system's digital outputs can be used to control a digital input of
another device such as a PLC. For this purpose, connect the switched signal and the
appropriate reference level as shown in the figures below.
CBX500 ATS
O1+
O1O2+
O2-
Function
Output 1 +
Output 1 Output 2 +
Output 2 Digital Input
Pulled up to Digital
Input Power
Output
Signal
Figure 19 - Output Connected to External Digital NPN Input
Digital Input
Output
Signal
Pulled down to Digital
Input Reference
Figure 20 - Output Connected to External Digital PNP Input
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4
4 DISPLAY MENUS
NOTE
While working on the display the complete reading station is offline. The
Offline state means that no readings are performed, no data is transmitted
to the PLC and any connection to WebSentinel will be lost. The display
menus allow you to: change the messages on the display (View), perform
backup and restore, and reset the counters.
If the reading station is turned on and the system is ready, the master-reader shows the most
important values on the display.
Matrix 410 ATS-XXX
6.xx
SYN M00
SN XXXXXXXXX
ETH XXX.XXX.XXX.XXX
The display can be used with the three buttons below it. The up arrow button allows you to
scroll up through the menu. The down arrow button allows you to scroll down through the
menu. With the middle button, you can confirm your selection.
To access the menus, press the two outermost buttons simultaneously for several
seconds.
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4.1 MAIN MENU
To enter the Menu press the Up and Down buttons simultaneously. The menu structure is
shown below.
Menu: [Exit] (exits HMI Interface menu)
Test Mode
Focus/Locate
Calibration
Code Setting
View
Extended (enters Extended menu)
Extended: [Exit] (returns to Main menu)
Backup
Yes (performs Backup - uninterruptible)
No (returns to Extended menu)
Restore
Yes (performs Restore - uninterruptible)
No (returns to Extended menu)
To move through the list press and release the Up or Down key.
To select an item or enter a submenu, press and release the Enter key. After executing an
HMI function the display shows a result message and then automatically exits from the menu
structure.
To exit a menu, press and release the Enter key at the [Exit] item.
To exit from a running HMI function, press and release the Enter key. These functions will
also exit upon their configured timeout.
4.2 VIEW MENUS
This menu item is only visible if the connected reader is set as master.
NOTE
Using this menu item, you can select between different views to be shown on the display.
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4.2.1
4
Standard
In this standard view the following content will be shown on the display:
Row 1: Reading Result
Rows 2 and 3: Code Content
Row 4: Number of digits in code and Angle of code in image
Good Read
Good
1234567890
0010 Dgt 351 Deg
No Read
No Read
Reading ...
Reading
Active
4.2.2
Network State
In this view the state of the slave readers, connected to the ID-NET™ network, can be
checked. Below the address number the status of the reader is displayed as a symbol.
No Error
1 Network 15
*****---------16 Network 31
---------------
Slave 2
missing
1 Network 15
*?***---------16 Network 31
---------------
* = Reader with no error
! = Reader with an error
? = Reader missing in ID-NET network
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4.2.3
Reading Mask
In VisiSet™, if the Array Layout Monitor parameter in the Display folder is enabled, it
changes the appearance of the reading mask.
Array Layout Monitor Enabled
If the Array Layout Monitor parameter is enabled, on row one, the display shows the result of
the reading phase: code content, or read event message.
Row two shows the reading phase counter and read rate counting from the last restart of the
system. These values are reset if the reader configuration is changed or a manual reset of
the statistics is performed (Init Counters).
On row three, the reading mask for the master and slave readers (ordered from left to right)
is shown with the numbers 0 and 1. A successful read is presented as a 1 for the readers
who have read the code.
The network state on row four has the same meaning as in par. 4.2.2.
Row 1: Last Reading Result
Row 2: Reading Phase Count and Statistics
Row 3: Reading Mask
Row 4: Network State
Good Read
Master and
Slave 1
1234567890
P=0000001 GR=100.00%
110000000000000
*****----------
Good Read
Slave 3 and
Slave 4
1234567890
P=0000001 GR=100.00%
000110000000000
*****----------
No Read
No Read
P=0000002 GR=50.00%
000000000000000
*****----------
Array Layout Monitor Disabled
If the Array Layout Monitor parameter is disabled, on row one, the display shows the result of
the reading phase: code content, or read event message.
Row two shows the reading statistics based on the last 100 reading phases: Good Read,
No Read, Multiple Read (more codes read than expected) and Partial Read (less codes read
than expected). The percentages range from 00 to 99.
On row three (and four which is not used for STS400™), the reading mask for the master
and slave readers (ordered from left to right) is shown with the numbers 0 and 1. A
successful read is presented as a 1 for the readers who have read the code.
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Row 1: Last Reading Result
Row 2:Statistics
Rows 3 and 4: Reading Mask
Good Read
Master and
Slave 1
1234567890
G99% N01% M00% P00%
110000000000000
000000000000000
Good Read
Slave 3 and
Slave 4
1234567890
G99% N01% M00% P00%
000110000000000
000000000000000
No Read
No Read
G99% N01% M00% P00%
000000000000000
000000000000000
4.2.4
Init Counters
This menu item is only visible if the connected reader is set as master and
the Array Layout Monitor parameter is enabled.
NOTE
Use the following procedure to reset the Reading Mask statistics to 0:
1. Enter the Menu (by pressing the two arrow buttons simultaneously)
2. Select the "View" item with the arrow buttons and confirm with the middle button.
3. Select the "Init Counters" item with the arrow buttons and confirm with the middle button.
4.3 EXTENDED MENU
Through this menu item the parameters and calibrations of the complete system will be
backed up or restored in the BM100 backup module inside the CBX500 ATS-001.
To perform this procedure, see par. 6.2.2.
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5 READING FEATURES
5.1 DOF AND FOV DATA
5.1.1
Passenger Car/Light Truck Solutions
PN
Description
Readers
Code
Resolution
Focus
Distance
qty
mm (mils)
mm (in)
Min
Reading
Distance
mm (in)
Max
Reading
Distance
mm (in)
Vertical
FOV
Horizontal
FOV
@ min distance
@ min distance
mm (in)
mm (in)
937401023
STS400-005
5
937401024
STS400-006
6
937401025
STS400-007
7
937401026
STS400-008
8
1225 (48.2)
937401027
STS400-015
5
635 (25)
937401028
STS400-016
6
937401029
STS400-017
7
937401030
STS400-018
8
5.1.2
Description
0.25
(10)
1065
(41.9)
788
(31)
890
(35)
710
(28)
1140
(44.9)
910
(35.8)
184
(7.2)
146
(5.7)
945 (37.2)
1085 (42.7)
745 (29.3)
855 (33.7)
965 (38)
Readers
Code
Resolution
Focus
Distance
qty
mm (mils)
mm (in)
937401037
STS400-105
5
937401038
STS400-106
6
937401039
STS400-107
7
937401040
STS400-108
8
Min
Reading
Distance
mm (in)
Max
Reading
Distance
mm (in)
Vertical
FOV
Horizontal
FOV
@ min distance
@ min distance
mm (in)
mm (in)
805 (31.7)
0.35
(14)
1065
(41.9)
880
(34.6)
1280
(50.4)
184
(7.2)
945 (37.2)
1085 (42.7)
1225 (48.2)
Bottom Reading Solutions
PN
Description
mm (in)
Min
Reading
Distance
mm (in)
Max
Reading
Distance
mm (in)
380
(15)
317
(12.5)
Readers
Code
Resolution
Focus
Distance
qty
mm (mils)
0.30
(12)
937400018
STS400-205
5
937400019
STS400-206
6
5.1.4
0.30
(12)
Commercial Vehicle Solutions
PN
5.1.3
805 (31.7)
Vertical
FOV
Horizontal
FOV
@ min distance
@ min distance
mm (in)
mm (in)
457
(18)
145
(5.7)
754 (29.7)
Max
Reading
Distance
mm (in)
Vertical
FOV
Horizontal
FOV
@ min distance
@ min distance
560
(22)
894 (35.2)
Hook Chain (Side) Reading Solutions
PN
Description
Readers
Code
Resolution
Focus
Distance
qty
mm (mils)
mm (in)
Min
Reading
Distance
mm (in)
0.30
(12)
483
(19)
405
(15.9)
937400020
STS400-305
5
937400021
STS400-306
6
mm (in)
mm (in)
141
(5.6)
748 (29.4)
888 (35)
DOF = Max Reading Distance - Min Reading Distance
Guaranteed Reading Volume = FOVHmin x FOVVmin x DOF on Code 128 codes from the Datalogic Test Chart
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6 SOFTWARE CONFIGURATION
6.1 DEFAULT CONFIGURATION
The factory default configuration for the STS400™ is given here for reference:
MASTER READER CONFIGURATION
The following gives an excerpt of the relevant configuration parameters
 READING SYSTEM LAYOUT:
 Device Network Setting = Alone o ID-NET
 Topology Role = Master (synchronized)
 Expected Slave Device = xx
 Link Failure Timeout (ms) = 10000
 OPERATING MODES:
 Operating Mode = Phase Mode
 Reading Phase ON = Ext. Trigger Leading Edge
 Acquisition Trigger = Continuous
 Reading Phase OFF = Input 2 Trailing Edge, Complete Read
 Image Acquisition Buffer Size = 20
 CALIBRATION
 Exposure Time (x10us) =
 Gain =
 Gain Increasing = x1
Actual Calibration default parameter
values depend on STS400™ model and
can be modified to improve reading rate
in the specific application.
 IMAGE PROCESSING
 Processing Mode = Advanced Code Setting
 Image Processing Timeout (ms)  100
 1D CODES:
 Minimum Code Height (mm) = 5
 Tires Improvement = Method 2 (Sigma ROI) to optimize code location and
minimize processing time in case of low height barcodes
 Code search priority = Horizontal/Vertical (even and odd Slave nodes alternate
Horizontal/Vertical and 45 Degrees) to optimize code location in case of low
height barcodes
 DATA COLLECTION
 Minimum Phase Duration (ms) = (presence sensor debounce filter may be
modified to eliminate false reading Phases)
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SLAVE READERS CONFIGURATION
Same configuration as master except for the following:
 READING SYSTEM LAYOUT:
 Device Network Setting = Alone o ID-NET
 Topology Role = Slave (synchronized)
 Slave Address = 1,2,3, …
 OPERATING MODES

Acquisition Trigger Delay for SLAVES 1,3, 5,… (odd nodes)
Status = Enabled
Delay Time (x100us) = 20
 Acquisition Trigger Delay for SLAVES 2,4,… (even nodes)
Status = Disabled
 1D CODES:

Code search priority =
45 Degrees (odd nodes)
Horizontal/Vertical (even nodes)
NOTE
In addition to the above parameters, the master reader may require
changes to the setup parameters that handle the communications between
the STS400™ and the host computer. Refer to the Matrix 410 Reference
Manual and VisiSet™ Help-On-Line for the details.
6.2 BACKUP & RESTORE PROCEDURES
The STS400™ factory default parameter settings are already stored in the External Memory
(BM100 module) inside the CBX500 ATS connection box. After installation, changes to these
parameters must be backed up, overwriting the factory settings.
Additionally, backup files can be created for each specific reader on the STS400™ and
saved to a PC.
6.2.1
Using VisiSet™
The VisiSet™ configuration tool provides the most comprehensive method of calibration and
system configuration is the preferred method for making parameter changes. It also provides
an easy method for performing configuration Backup and Restore.
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Backup Procedure
1. Make sure the Write Protection switch (inside the CBX500 ATS) on the BM100 is unlocked.
2. While VisiSet™ is connected to the Master reader, select the Backup item from the
Device Menu in confirm by clicking the Yes button.
3. During the procedure, messages appear on the VisiSet™ terminal window showing the
progress and at the end the final results.
4. Set the Write Protection switch on the BM100 to locked.
Restore Procedure
1. While VisiSet™ is connected to the Master reader, select the Restore item from the
Device Menu in confirm by clicking the Yes button.
2. During the procedure, messages appear on the VisiSet™ terminal window showing the
progress and at the end the final results.
Backup Files to PC
VisiSet™ also allows Backup to be performed through the ID-NET™ network to .ini files,
saving them to the local PC. See the VisiSet™ Help On Line file under "ID-NET™ Backup to
File Through Master" for details on this procedure.
6.2.2
Using CBX500 ATS HMI Interface (Keypad/Display)
Up
Enter
Down
Figure 21 – CBX500 ATS Keypad
Through the CBX500 ATS keypad and display, you can perform the Backup and Restore
functions from the "Extended" menu. See chapter 4 for details on entering the Extended menu.
Backup Procedure
1. Make sure the Write Protection switch (inside the CBX500 ATS) on the BM100 is unlocked.
2. Select the Backup item from the Extended menu and press the Enter key on the Yes
item.
3. When the procedure is complete a message appears on the display showing the results
(Done or Error).
4. Set the Write Protection switch to locked.
Restore Procedure
1. Select the Restore item from the Extended menu and press the Enter key on the Yes
item.
2. When the procedure is complete a message appears on the display showing the results
(Done or Error).
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7 MAINTENANCE
7.1 STS400™: WHAT YOU CAN AND CANNOT DO
The STS400™ comes pre-assembled, configured, calibrated and tested. Very few changes
may be needed (and are allowed) to adapt the system to the plant operating conditions.
Several changes are not permitted and if they are carried out the warranty is
automatically void.

If necessary, the readers’ configuration can be altered, but this should be done only
according to the indications in chapter 6.

The Matrix 410™ ATS readers are self-contained units (unique part #) and must not
be disassembled. In the event of a faulty unit, it must be replaced with another Matrix
410™ ATS.

The Matrix 410™ ATS lens cover must not be unscrewed or removed. A warranty
seal is present that voids warranty if broken.

The Matrix 410™ ATS lens must not be tampered with to alter the focus/diaphragm
adjustment.

The Matrix 410™ ATS internal illuminator must not be unscrewed or removed.
7.2 CLEANING
Clean the reading windows periodically for continued correct operation of the array (see
General Views, 5).
Dust, dirt, etc. on the window may alter the reading performance.
Repeat the operation frequently in particularly dirty environments.
Use soft material and alcohol to clean the window and avoid any abrasive substances.
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8
8 TROUBLESHOOTING
8.1 GENERAL GUIDELINES
 When wiring the device, pay careful attention to the signal name (acronym) on the
CBX100/500 spring clamp connectors (chp. 3).
 If you need information about a certain reader parameter you can refer to the VisiSet
program help files; either connect the device and select the parameter you’re interested in
by pressing the F1 key, or select Help>Paramters Help from the command menu.
 If you’re unable to fix the problem and you’re going to contact your local Datalogic office or
Datalogic Partner or ARC, we suggest providing (if possible): Application Program version,
Parameter Configuration file, Serial Number and Order Number of your reader. You can
get this information while VisiSet™ is connected to the reader: the Application Program
version is shown in the Terminal Window; the Parameter Configuration can be saved to an
.ini file applying the File>Save Configuration File command in the Parameter Setup
window; Serial Number and Order Number can be obtained by applying the respective
command in the Tools menu.
Troubleshooting Guide for STS400™ Solutions
Problem
Suggestion
Presence Sensor:
 Check the LED’s on the presence sensor. If the sensor has
the sensors (light barrier) is
power, a green LED must be lit. If the sensor has a free
not working correctly.
path (view) to the reflector, only this green LED should be
lit. If a yellow LED is lit together with the green one, please
check the mechanical position and orientation of the sensor
and reflector.
 Every time the yellow LED on the sensor is lit, the
corresponding LED in the CBX500 ATS connection box
must be lit. For Trigger this must be the yellow LED and for
Input 2 the green one. Is this is not the case, please check
the wiring of the sensors.
No Presence Sensor:
 Every time if a signal from PLC is correct in the CBX500
No trigger signal from the
ATS connection box, a yellow LED (Trigger) must be lit
PLC (If no sensor is used.)
inside of this box. If this is not the case, please check the
wiring and the output of the PLC.
No Trigger Signal at
 If a reading signal (trigger signal) is present and active from
Reader:
the sensor or PLC and the LEDs in the CBX500 ATS
Is the trigger signal correctly
connection box are working correctly, the trigger signal
recognized by the readers?
LED on the reader must also be lit. As long as this LED is
lit, the readers try to read a code. If this LED does not light,
please replace the reader and send it to repair.
Does the internal lighting  If a trigger signal is active and no code is present under the
system work correctly?
system, all readers must flash blue or red. If this is not the
case please replace the reader and send it to repair.
Do the readers read codes?  Place a correctly positioned code under each reader. If the
reader has read the code, the its GOOD read (green) LED
must light. Also a green spot must light at the code surface.
If this is not the case, please replace the reader and send it
to repair.
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9 TECHNICAL FEATURES
ELECTRICAL FEATURES
Power
Supply Voltage
Consumption
Communication Interfaces
Main
- RS232
- RS485 full-duplex
Auxiliary - RS232
ID-NET™
Ethernet
Inputs
Input 1(External Trigger) and Input 2
Max. Voltage
Max. Input Current
Outputs
Output 1 and Output 2
VOut (ILoad = 0 mA) Max.
VOut (ILoad = 10 mA) Max.
PD = VOut ILoad Max.
OPTICAL FEATURES
Image Sensor
Image Format
Frame Rate
Pitch
Tilt
Lighting System
LED Emmission
ENVIRONMENTAL FEATURES
Operating Temperature
Storage Temperature
Max. Humidity
Protection Class - EN 60529
24 Vdc
See par. 1.5
2400 to 115200 bit/s
2400 to 115200 bit/s
2400 to 115200 bit/s
Up to 1MBaud
10/100 Mbit/s
Opto-coupled and polarity insensitive
30 Vdc
10 mA
Opto-coupled
30 Vdc
1.8 Vdc
170 mW
CCD
UXGA (1600x1200)
15 frames/sec.
 35°
0° - 360°
Internal Illuminator
according to EN 62471
0 to 50 C (32 to 122 °F)
-20 to 70 C (-4 to 158 °F)
90% non condensing
IP65 *
* when correctly connected to cables with seals and protection caps.
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TECHNICAL FEATURES
PHYSICAL FEATURES
Dimensions:
STS400-0x5, -0x6
STS400-105
STS400-106
STS400-0x7, -0x8
STS400-107
STS400-108
Weight:
Mounting Plate
Reader + Bracket
Pre-mounted Cables
ID-NET Cables and Terminator
QLs
9
785 x 223 x 149 mm (30.91 x 8.78 x 5.87 in.)
785 x 241 x 176 mm (30.91 x 9.49 x 6.93 in.)
800 x 241 x 176 mm (31.50 x 9.49 x 6.93 in.)
1065 x 223 x 149 mm (41.93 x 8.78 x 5.87 in.)
1072 x 241 x 176 mm (42.20 x 9.49 x 6.93 in.)
1080 x 241 x 176 mm (42.52 x 9.49 x 6.93 in.)
5-6 readers 4100 g (9.04 lbs)
7-8 readers 5450 g (12.02 lbs)
Matrix 410 ATS-000 about 610 g (1.34 lbs) each
Matrix 410 ATS-100 about 880 g (1.94 lbs) each
CAB-MS003 100 g (3.53 oz) each
CAB-L003 66 g (2.33 oz) each
CBL-1480-003 48 g (1.69 oz) each
CBL-1490 Terminator 16 g (0.56 oz)
QL100 115 g (4.06 oz) each
QL150 123 g (4.34 oz) each
To calculate the weight of your specific STS400 model, add the weights of the individual
components from those listed above in the quantity present on your model.
SOFTWARE FEATURES
Readable Code Symbologies
1-D and stacked
 PDF417 Standard and Micro PDF417
 Code 128 (GS1-128)
 Code 39 (Standard and Full ASCII)
 Code 32
 MSI
 Standard 2 of 5
 Matrix 2 of 5
 Interleaved 2 of 5
 Codabar
 Code 93
 Pharmacode
 EAN-8/13 - UPC-A/E
(including Addon 2 and Addon 5)
 GS1 DataBar Family
 Composite Symbologies
Operating Mode
Configuration Methods
Parameter Storage
2-D
 Data Matrix ECC 200
(Standard, GS1 and Direct Marking)
 QR Code
(Standard and Direct Marking)
 Micro QR Code
 MAXICODE
 Aztec Code









POSTAL
Australia Post
Royal Mail 4 State Customer
Kix Code
Japan Post
PLANET
POSTNET
POSTNET (+BB)
Intelligent Mail
Swedish Post
PHASE MODE
Windows-based SW (VisiSet™) via serial or Ethernet link
Serial Host Mode Programming sequences
Permanent memory (Flash)
USER INTERFACE
LED Indicators
Power, Ready, Good; Trigger; Com, Status, (Ethernet Network); (Green Spot)
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DECLARATION OF CONFORMITY
EC-124
Rev.: 4
Pag.: 1 di 1
Datalogic Automation S.r.l.
Via Lavino 265
40050 Monte San Pietro
Bologna - Italy
www.automation.datalogic.com
declares that the
MATRIX 410; 2D Imager
and all its models
are in conformity with the requirements of the European Council Directives listed below:
2004 / 108 / EC EMC Directive
______________________________________________
This Declaration is based upon compliance of the products to the following standards:
EN 55022 ( CLASS A ITE ), DECEMBER 2010:
INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY EQUIPMENT
RADIO DISTURBANCE CHARACTERISTICS
LIMITS AND METHODS OF MEASUREMENTS
EN 61000-6-2, SEPTEMBER 2005:
ELECTROMAGNETIC COMPATIBILITY (EMC)
PART 6-2: GENERIC STANDARDS - IMMUNITY FOR INDUSTRIAL
ENVIRONMENTS
Monte San Pietro, January 23th, 2012
Paolo Morselli
Quality Manager
UNI EN ISO 14001
DECLARATION OF CONFORMITY
EC-127
Rev.: 1
Pag.: 1 di 1
Datalogic Automation S.r.l.
Via Lavino 265
40050 Monte San Pietro
Bologna - Italy
www.automation.datalogic.com
declares that the
CBX100; Connection Box Compact
CBX500; Connection Box Modular
BM100; Backup module
BM150; Display module
and all its models
are in conformity with the requirements of the European Council Directives listed below:
2004 / 108 / EC EMC Directive
______________________________________________
This Declaration is based upon compliance of the products to the following standards:
EN 55022 ( CLASS A ITE ), DECEMBER 2010:
INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY EQUIPMENT
RADIO DISTURBANCE CHARACTERISTICS
LIMITS AND METHODS OF MEASUREMENTS
EN 61000-6-2, SEPTEMBER 2005:
ELECTROMAGNETIC COMPATIBILITY (EMC)
PART 6-2: GENERIC STANDARDS - IMMUNITY FOR INDUSTRIAL
ENVIRONMENTS
Monte San Pietro, January 20th, 2012
Paolo Morselli
Quality Manager
UNI EN ISO 14001
DECLARATION OF CONFORMITY
EC-128
Rev.: 2
Pag.: 1 di 1
Datalogic Automation S.r.l.
Via Lavino 265
40050 Monte San Pietro
Bologna - Italy
www.automation.datalogic.com
declares that the
QLxxx and QLMxxx; Connection module
and all its models
are in conformity with the requirements of the European Council Directives listed below:
2004 / 108 / EC EMC Directive
______________________________________________
This Declaration is based upon compliance of the products to the following standards:
EN 55022 ( CLASS A ITE ), DECEMBER 2010:
INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY EQUIPMENT
RADIO DISTURBANCE CHARACTERISTICS
LIMITS AND METHODS OF MEASUREMENTS
EN 61000-6-2, SEPTEMBER 2005:
ELECTROMAGNETIC COMPATIBILITY (EMC)
PART 6-2: GENERIC STANDARDS - IMMUNITY FOR INDUSTRIAL
ENVIRONMENTS
Monte San Pietro, January 20th , 2012
Paolo Morselli
Quality Manager
UNI EN ISO 14001
www.datalogic.com
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