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Wasp WLP 4170 CCD

Programming Guide

Please Read

Note:

The Wasp WLP 4170 CCD Scanner is ready to scan the most popular bar codes out of the box. This manual

should only be used to make changes in the configuration of the scanner for specific applications.

This scanner does not require software or drivers to operate. The scanner enters data as keyboard data. Please review this manual before scanning any of the programming bar codes in this manual.

Tech Tip

If you are unsure of the scanner configuration or have scanned the incorrect codes, please scan the default bar code on page 6. This will reset the scanner to its factory settings.

© Copyright Wasp Technologies 2002.

All rights reser ved.

Version 1.0

No part of this publication may be reproduced or transmitted in any form or by any means without the written permission of Wasp Technologies.

The information contained in this document is subject to change without notice.

Wasp is a trademark of Wasp Technologies. All other trademarks or registered trademarks are the property of their respective owners .

Table of Contents

Chapter 1.

Chapter 2.

Chapter 3.

Chapter 4.

Chapter 5.

Appendix A.

Introduction..............................................................................1

Installation................................................................................2

Quick Start ..............................................................................3

Bar Code Symbologies............................................................4

Setup & Configuration........................................................5-34

1. Factory Default ..........................................................6

2. Beep and Delay..........................................................7

3. Intercharacter Delay ..................................................8

4. Keyboard Wedge........................................................9

5. Scanning Modes ......................................................10

6. Preamble/Postamble Configuration..........................11

5. Bar Code Symbology..........................................12-29

Code 39......................................................12-13

Code 128....................................................14-15

UPC-A ........................................................16-17

UPC-E ........................................................18-19

EAN-13 ......................................................20-21

EAN-8 ........................................................22-23

Code 93 ..........................................................24

Interleaved 2 of 5 ............................................25

Codabar......................................................26-27

MSI/Plessey ....................................................28

PDF417............................................................29

Bar Code Test Symbols....................................................30-33

Specifications ........................................................................34

Product Support, Warranty....................................................35

ASCII Code Table ..................................................................36

Chapter 1

Introduction

Bar coding is the most common Automated Data Collection (ADC) technology providing timely, error-free information that can be used to increase productivity, accuracy, and efficiency in the workplace. Virtually every type of industry is using bar codes to replace keyboard data entry. Studies have shown that a proficient data entry operator will make one error for every 300 characters that are manually entered. The error rate using bar codes is almost negligible and can be error-free using bar code symbologies with the check digit enabled.

The Wasp Charged Coupled Device (CCD) technology is a technique whereby a bar code is photographed, digitized, and electronically sampled by built-in photodetectors. The detectors process the measurement of every bar and space using the number of adjacent photodetectors which contrast a black mark and a white space. Wasp WLP 4170 CCD is extremely rugged since it has no moving parts. Wasp WLP 4170 CCD reader supports PC AT/XT and PS/2 keyboard interfaces and easily wedges between the computer and keyboard.

Bar code data is passed directly into the keyboard buffer as if it had been typed in by hand by a data entry operator.

Of all the hand held bar code scanning devices on the market, the CCD reader is the easiest to use and most cost effective for the typical business user. To activate the scanner, the user simply points the scanning aperture towards the bar code, pulls the trigger, and aims the red LED beam across the bar code.

1

Chapter 2

Installation

Keyboard

Y-Cable

Scanning Aperture

Din-6M

Din-5F

1.

Turn off your computer.

2.

Unplug your PC keyboard cable and plug the male end (Din 5) of the Wasp

WLP 4170 CCD Scanner directly into your PC keyboard port. Plug your keyboard cable into the other end (female Din 5) of the the Wasp WLP

4170 CCD Scanner. If your keyboard and PC support a Din 6 connection, use the enclosed Din 5 to Din 6 converter cable to connect to the keyboard power tap cable.

3.

Turn your computer on.

2

Chapter 3

Quick Start

Your Wasp WLP 4170 CCD Scanner is ready to go. The default settings of the

Wasp WLP 4170 CCD Scanner have been pre-programmed for the most common bar code configurations. Use the "Setup & Configuration" sections only to customize the Wasp settings.

Tip: Use the pre-printed "Bar Code Test Symbols" in Appendix A on page 30 as a test chart to begin practicing scanning.

3

Chapter 4

Bar Code Symbologies

Bar codes are symbols consisting of a series of bars and spaces which can be applied to packages, cartons, bottles, and other commercial products. The bars and spaces in each symbol are grouped in such a way to represent a specific

ASCII character or function. The interpretation of these groups is based on a particular set of rules called symbologies. Various symbologies have been developed for particular applications. Some examples are shipping and receiving, manufacturing, retail, healthcare, transportation, document processing and tracking, and libraries.

The resolution of a bar code is dependent on the narrowest element of a bar code (X dimension), and can vary from high density (nominally less than 0.009

in./0.23 mm), medium density (between 0.009 in./0.23 mm and 0.020 in./0.50

mm), and low density (greater than 0.020 in./0.50 mm). Medium and low densities are the most common since these are the easiest to read (scan) with nearly all scanning devices. Wasp WLP 4170 CCD Scanner can read bar codes with X-dimensions as low as 4 mils (0.10mm).

Wasp WLP 4170 CCD Scanner can read the most popular linear bar code symbologies including Code 39, Code 93, Code 128, Interleaved 2 of 5, UPC-A,

UPC-E, EAN/JAN-8, EAN/JAN-13, Codabar, and MSI Plessey, and also the 2D bar code symbology PDF417.

Please see test chart on pages 30-33.

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Chapter 5

Setup

&

Configuration

In order to configure Wasp WLP 4170 CCD Scanner, you must familiarize yourself with the setup procedures on the following pages. The default settings of Wasp WLP 4170 CCD Scanner are identified on each page and clearly marked using an asterisk (*). The default settings have been preprogrammed

for the most common bar code configurations. Use the Setup &

Configuration only to customize the Wasp settings. If you need to configure

Wasp WLP 4170 CCD Scanner, the default settings will be overwritten.All the programmed settings are stored permanently in non-volatile memory. Therefore, your configuration will be maintained even if keyboard power to Wasp WLP 4170

CCD Scanner is removed by turning off your PC.

In order to configure Wasp WLP 4170 CCD Scanner, seven basic steps need to be followed for each programmed setting:

(1) Determine what, if any, options on EACH PAGE that you wish to change.

(2) Scan the "Begin" bar code. WLP 4170 CCD Scanner will sound an ascending tone to indicate that setup is in progress.

(3) Scan the bar code representing the option to be changed.

(4) Scan the bar codes representing the option values (e.g. 01, 02, 3A etc.).

These option values can be found on the inside back cover flap of this manual. You must scan two digits for each option setting.

(5) Repeat the above two steps, if necessary, to change the options in the same group.

(6) Scan the “Set” bar code on the back cover flap to confirm your selections.

(7) Scan the "Exit" bar code to exit the group currently selected. Wasp WLP

4170 CCD Scanner will sound a descending tone.

NOTE: Pages 6 and 7 are designed as walk through example pages. Use these pages as examples on how to change an option for the rest of the manual.

5

Setup & Configuration

—Factory Default

Tip: Use this configuration to restore the factory default settings if you are unsure how your scanner has been configured. The 'Factory Default' configuration is very useful when you need to reprogram your Wasp

WLP 4170 CCD Scanner after the defaults have been changed. By setting the default configuration, the user knows precisely the configuration for each programmed setting.

1. Scan “Begin ”

Begin

2. Scan “Default” to restore scanner to default settings

Default

NOTE: Scanning these bar codes returns the scanner to the factory default settings

6

Setup & Configuration

—Beep and Delay

The 'Beep Volume' configuration changes the volume of the audible indicator of the WLP 4170 CCD Scanner.

NOTE: For help in configuring these settings, consult the programming steps on page 5.

1. Scan “Begin ”

Begin

2. Scan “Set Beep Volume”

3. Pick a setting from the table at right, then turn to the back cover flap and scan the corresponding two digits. For example: if you desire no beep, scan 0 and

0 on the back cover flap

Set Beep Volume

Beep Volume Settings

04

05

06

07

00

01

02

03

None

Lowest

Low

Medium (Default)

Medium-High

High

High-Medium

Highest

4. Scan the “Set” barcode on the back cover flap

5. Scan the “Exit” barcode

Exit

7

Setup & Configuration

—Intercharacter Delay

The 'Intercharacter Delay' configuration sets the speed at which the WLP 4170

CCD Scanner sends data. The intercharacter delay should be changed only if the transfer rate cannot be maintained between WLP 4170 CCD Scanner and the keyboard buffer of the computer.

Note: The default for the intercharacter delay is set to '2ms' and is the most common configuration; however, your PC may be different.When you scan a bar code, if some characters are missing, decrease the intercharacter delay speed to speed up the transfer rate. If some stray or scrambled characters appear on your screen, increase the intercharacter delay to slow down the transfer rate.

NOTE: For help in configuring these settings, consult the programming steps on page 5.

Begin

Set Intercharacter

Delay

Intercharacter Delay Settings

00

01

02

50

75

99

Slowest

Slow

Default

Medium

Fast

Fastest

Exit

8

Setup & Configuration

—Keyboard Wedge

The 'Keyboard Wedge' configuration supports options related to managing keyboard operations. The 'Function Code' option enables/disables support for your keyboard function keys. The 'Caps Lock' option toggles the case sensitivity of your keyboard.The ‘Laptop/No Keyboard’ setting should be enabled if you are connecting this scanner to a laptop or to a PC with no keyboard.

NOTE: For help in configuring these settings, consult the programming steps on page 5.

Begin

Set Function Code

Set Caps Lock

Set Laptop/No Keyboard

Function Code Settings

00

01

Off*

On

Caps Lock Settings

00

01

Caps Lock On

Caps Lock Off*

Laptop/No Keyboard Settings

00 Keyboard Present*

01 Laptop/No keyboard

Exit

9

*Default

Setup & Configuration

—Scanning Modes

The 'Scanning Mode' option controls the trigger and LED settings for the WLP

4170 CCD Scanner.

NOTE: For help in configuring these settings, consult the programming steps on page 5.

Begin

00 Default*

Set Scanning Mode

Continuous Mode

When this option is selected, the LEDs are visible at all times. Under this option, you cannot read the same bar code back-to-back.

* Trigger with 10 Sec. Delay

This is the default option for the

Wasp WLP 4170 CCD Scanner.

When this option is selected, the scanner will stop scanning when there is a successful read or no code is scanned after 10 seconds.

04 Continuous

Exit

10

*Default

Setup & Configuration

—Preamble and Postamble

The 'Preamble' and 'Postamble' options are used to add prefix and suffix characters to the bar code value. Up to 22 characters may be added for each option separately.

Note: This example illustrates how data will be fo rmatted when each option is configured.

Preamble

Data Stream Example

Data Postamble

NOTE: For help in configuring these settings, consult the programming steps on page 5.

Begin

Set Preamble

Set Postamble

Preamble

Scan 'Begin'. Scan "Set Preamble" to program preamble. Scan characters from the back cover flap using the ASCII Table on page 36. Scan "Set" on the back cover flap to end.Scan 'Exit'.

Postamble

Scan 'Begin'.Scan "Set Postamble" to program postamble. Scan characters from the back cover flap using the ASCII Table on page 36. Scan "Set" on the back cover flap to end.Scan 'Exit'.

Exit

*Default

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Setup & Configuration

—Code 39

Code 39 is va ri a ble length and is the most frequently used symbology in industri a l bar code systems today and is ex t e n s i vely used within the Department of Defe n s e

( D O D ) . The principal feature is to encode messages using the full alphanu m e ri c c h a racter set.

NOTE: For help in configuring these settings, consult the programming steps on page 5.

Begin

On/Off

Verify Check Digit

Transmit Check Digit

Option

Disable

Enable

Alpha/Numeric Entry

(Back Flap)

00

01*

Disable

Enable

Disable

Enable

00

01*

00*

01

Exit

(continued on next page)

12

*Default

Setup & Configuration

—Code 39 (cont.)

Standard Code 39 contains only 43 characters (0-9, A-Z, $, /, %, +, -, ., SPAC E ) and can be extended to a 128 character symbology (full ASCII) by combining one of the special characters ($, /, %, +) with a letter (A-Z) to fo rm the characters that are not present in the standard Code 39 symbology.

NOTE: For help in configuring these settings, consult the programming steps on page 5.

Begin

Set Maximum Length

Set Minimum Length

Format

Start/Stop Transmission

Exit

Option

00 - 64

00 - 64

Standard

Full ASCII

Disable

Enable

Alpha/Numeric Entry

(Back Flap)

00 - 64

00*

00 - 64

00*

00*

01

00*

01

13

*Default

Setup & Configuration

—Code128

Code 128 is va ri a ble length and encodes the full 128 ASCII character set. Each character is represented by 11 modules that can be one of four bar widths. Code 128 is the most easily read code with the highest message integrity due to seve ral separate message check routines. C o d e

128 is usually the best choice when implementing a new symbology.

NOTE: For help in configuring these settings, consult the programming steps on page 5.

Begin

On/Off

Verify Check Digit

Transmit Check Digit

Option

Disable

Enable

Alpha/Numeric Entry

(Back Flap)

00

01*

Disable

Enable

Disable

Enable

00

01*

00*

01

Exit

(continued on next page)

14

*Default

Setup & Configuration

—Code128 (cont.)

Code 128 is the most flex i ble of all the common linear symbologies. It supports alpha and nu m e ric characters easily, has the highest number of characters per inch, and is va ri a ble length.

NOTE: For help in configuring these settings, consult the programming steps on page 5.

Begin

Set Maximum Length

Set Minimum Length

Option

64 - Minimum

Alpha/Numeric Entry

(Back Flap)

00 - 64

00*

64 - Maximum

Standard

UCC/EAN-128

00 - 64

00*

00*

01

Format

Exit

*Default

15

Setup & Configuration

—UPC-A

UPC-A (Universal Product Code-A) is fixed length and is the most common UPC bar code for retail product labeling. It is seen in most grocery stores across the United States. The symbology encodes a 12-digit number.

NOTE: For help in configuring these settings, consult the programming steps on page 5.

Begin

On/Off

Verify Check Digit

Option

Disable

Enable

Alpha/Numeric Entry

(Back Flap)

00

01*

Disable

Enable

(two digits)

00

01*

Disable

Enable

00

01*

Transmit Check Digit

Exit

(continued on next page)

16

*Default

Setup & Configuration

—UPC-A (cont.)

The first six digits of the UPC-A bar code are assigned from the Uniform Code Council

(UCC).The next five digits are assigned by the manufacturer, and the final digit is a modulo

10 check digit.The nominal height for the UPC-A bar code is one inch.The reduced size is

80% of the nominal size.

NOTE: For help in configuring these settings, consult the programming steps on page 5.

Begin

Supplement Digits

Option

None

2 digits

5 digits

2 / 5 digits or None

Alpha/Numeric Entry

(Back Flap)

00*

01

02

03

Disable

Enable

00*

01

Truncate Leading Zero

Exit

17

*Default

Setup & Configuration

—UPC-E

UPC-E (Universal Product Code-E) is fixed length and is a compressed six digit code used for marking small packages, including magazines and paperback books. UPC-E symbols are UPC-A symbols that have been zero suppressed (i.e. consecutive zeros are not included in the symbol).

NOTE: For help in configuring these settings, consult the programming steps on page 5.

Begin

On/Off

Verify Check Digit

Transmit Check Digit

Option

Disable

Enable

Alpha/Numeric Entry

(Back Flap)

00

01*

Disable

Enable

Disable

Enable

00

01*

00

01*

Exit

(continued on next page)

18

*Default

Setup & Configuration

—UPC-E (cont.)

The printed value of the UPC-E code is a twelve digit code. The nominal height for the UPC-

E bar code is one inch.The reduced size is 80% of the nominal size.

NOTE: For help in configuring these settings, consult the programming steps on page 5.

Begin

Supplement Digits

Truncate Leading Zero

Expansion

Option

None

2 digits

5 digits

2 / 5 digits or None

Alpha/Numeric Entry

(Back Flap)

00*

01

02

03

Disable

Enable

Disable

Enable

00*

01

00*

01

Exit

*Default

19

Setup & Configuration

—EAN-13

The EAN/JAN-13 (European Article Number/Japanese Article Number) is fixed length and is similar to the UPC-A symbology, but encodes a 13th digit. The nominal height for the

EAN/JAN-8 bar code is one inch.The reduced size is 80% of the nominal size.

NOTE: For help in configuring these settings, consult the programming steps on page 5.

Begin

On/Off

Verify Check Digit

Transmit Check Digit

Option

Disable

Enable

Alpha/Numeric Entry

(Back Flap)

00

01*

Disable

Enable

Disable

Enable

00

01*

00

01*

Exit

(continued on next page)

20

*Default

Setup & Configuration

—EAN-13 (cont.)

The EAN/JAN-13 (European Article Number/Japanese Article Number) is fixed length and is similar to the UPC-A symbology, but encodes a 13th digit. The nominal height for the

EAN/JAN-8 bar code is one inch.The reduced size is 80% of the nominal size.

NOTE: For help in configuring these settings, consult the programming steps on page 5.

Begin

Supplement Digits

Truncate Leading Zero

Convert to ISBN/ISSN

Option

None

2 digits

5 digits

2 / 5 digits or None

Alpha/Numeric Entry

(Back Flap)

00*

01

02

03

Disable

Enable

Disable

Enable

00*

01

00*

01

Exit

*Default

21

Setup & Configuration

—EAN-8

The EAN/JAN-8 is fixed length and is similar to the UPC-E code, but includes two more digits for the country code. The nominal height for the EAN/JAN-8 bar code is one inch.The

reduced size is 80% of the nominal size.

NOTE: For help in configuring these settings, consult the programming steps on page 5.

Begin

On/Off

Verify Check Digit

Transmit Check Digit

Option

Disable

Enable

Alpha/Numeric Entry

(Back Flap)

00

01*

Disable

Enable

Disable

Enable

00

01*

00

01*

Exit

(continued on next page)

22

*Default

Setup & Configuration

—EAN-8 (cont.)

The EAN/JAN-8 is fixed length and is similar to the UPC-E code, but includes two more digits for the country code. The nominal height for the EAN/JAN-8 bar code is one inch.The

reduced size is 80% of the nominal size.

NOTE: For help in configuring these settings, consult the programming steps on page 5.

Begin

Supplement Digits

Truncate Leading Zero

Expansion

Option

None

2 digits

5 digits

2 / 5 digits or None

Alpha/Numeric Entry

(Back Flap)

00*

01

02

03

Disable

Enable

Disable

Enable

00*

01

00*

01

Exit

*Default

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Setup & Configuration

—Code 93

Code 93 encodes the full 128 ASCII character set using 9 modules arranged into 3 bars with adjacent spaces. Two of the characters are check chara c t e r s. Code 93 is similar to Code 39 bu t encodes more characters per inch. Code 93 encodes the full 128 ASCII character set and is encoded similarly to the extended Code 39.

NOTE: For help in configuring these settings, consult the programming steps on page 5.

Begin

On/Off

Verify Check Digit

Transmit Check Digit

Set Maximum Length

Option

Disable

Enable

Alpha/Numeric Entry

(Back Flap)

00*

01

Disable

Enable

(two digits)

Disable

Enable

64 - Minimum

00 - Maximum

00

01*

00*

01

64 - 00

00*

00 - 64

00*

Set Minimum Length

Exit

*Default

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Setup & Configuration

—Interleaved 2 of 5

I n t e rl e aved 2 of 5 is a va ri a ble length, even numbered, nu m e ric bar code. It is typically used in i n d u s t rial and master carton labeling and also in the automobile industry. The symbology uses bars to represent the first digit of a pair and the interl e aved (white) spaces to represent the second digit of a character pair. See page 24 for info rmation on setting the minimum and m a x i mum lengths.

NOTE: For help in configuring these settings, consult the programming steps on page 5.

Begin

On/Off

Verify Check Digit

Transmit Check Digit

Option

Disable

Enable

Alpha/Numeric Entry

(Back Flap)

00

01*

Disable

Enable

Disable

Enable

00

01*

00*

01

Exit

*Default

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Setup & Configuration

—Codabar

Codabar is a variable length symbology capable of encoding six special alphanumeric characters, capital letters A through D, T, N, *, E, and all numeric digits. Codabar is one of the oldest bar code symbologies and is still used in some library applications. It should not be considered for new applications except under unusual circumstances.

NOTE: For help in configuring these settings, consult the programming steps on page 5.

Begin

On/Off

Verify Check Digit

Transmit Check Digit

Set Maximum Length

Exit

(continued on next page)

Option

Disable

Enable

Disable

Enable

Disable

Enable

64 - minimum

Alpha/Numeric Entry

(Back Flap)

00

01*

00*

01

00*

01

64 - 00

00*

26

*Default

Setup & Configuration

—Codabar (cont.)

Codabar is a variable length symbology capable of encoding six special alphanumeric characters, capital letters A through D, T, N, *, E, and all numeric digits. Codabar is one of the oldest bar code symbologies and is still used in some library applications. It should not be considered for new applications except under unusual circumstances.

NOTE: For help in configuring these settings, consult the programming steps on page 5.

Begin

Set Minimum Length

Start/Stop Type

Start/Stop Transmission

Option

00 - Maximum

Alpha/Numeric Entry

(Back Flap)

00 - 64

00*

ABCD/ABCD abcd/abcd

ABCD/TN*E

Abcd/tn*e

00*

01

02

03

Disable

Enable

00*

01

Exit

*Default

27

Setup & Configuration

—MSI Plessey

MSI Plessey is a variable length numeric symbology and is primarily used in marking retail shelves. Each character consists of four bars with intervening spaces for each encoded digit, one or two symbol check digits, and a reverse start code.

NOTE: For help in configuring these settings, consult the programming steps on page 5.

Begin

On/Off

Verify Check Digit

Transmit Check Digit

Set Maximum Length

Option

Disable

Enable

Alpha/Numeric Entry

(Back Flap)

00*

01

Disable

Mod 10

Mod 10/10

Mod 11/10

Disable

Enable

64 - Minimum

00*

01

02

03

00*

01

00 - Maximum

64 - 00

00*

00 - 64

00*

Set Minimum Length

Exit

*Default

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Setup & Configuration

—PDF417

PDF417 is a 2D variable length symbology that can encode virtually any letter, number, or character. Each character consists of 4 bars and 4 spaces in a 17 module structure. The name of the symbol is derived from the format of the code. PDF stands for "Portable Data

File" and "417" is derived from the module structure. Each PDF417 symbol consists of 3 to

90 stacked rows surrounded by a quiet zone on all four sides. Each row consists of a leading quiet zone, start pattern, left row indicator character, one to thirty data characters, right row indicator character, stop pattern, and trailing quiet zone.

PDF417 supports text compaction, numeric compaction, and byte compaction that correlate the mapping between code word values and decoded data. PDF417 can accommodate up to 340 characters per square inch with a maximum data capacity of 1850 text characters.

NOTE: For help in configuring these settings, consult the programming steps on page 5.

Begin

Option

Disable

Enable

Alpha/Numeric Entry

(Back Flap)

00*

01

On/Off

Exit

29

*Default

Setup & Configuration

—Bar Code Test Symbols—Appendix A

Note: Make sure that the appropriate bar code symbology is configured properly and enabled before trying to scan. Use the 'Bar Code Symbologies' configuration beginning on page 14 to enable specific symbologies.

Code 39*

Code 93*

Interleaved 2 of 5

Codabar*

Code 128*

MSI/Plessey

30

*Default

Setup & Configuration

—Bar Code Test Symbols—Appendix A (cont.)

UPC-A*

UPC-A w/5 digit supplement

UPC-A w/2 digit supplement

UPC-E*

UPC-E w/5 digit supplement

UPC-E w/2 digit supplement

31

*Default

Setup & Configuration

—Bar Code Test Symbols—Appendix A (cont.)

EAN/JAN 13*

EAN/JAN 13 w/5 digit supplement

EAN/JAN 13 w/2 digit supplement

3

*Default

Setup & Configuration

—Bar Code Test Symbols—Appendix A (cont.)

EAN/JAN 8*

EAN/JAN 8+5 w/5 digit supplement

EAN/JAN 8 w/2 digit supplement

PDF417

33

*Default

Setup & Configuration

—WLP 4170 CCD Specifications

WLP 4170 MODEL

OPTICAL

Scanning Width

Depth of Field

Scan Rate

3.2 in (120 mil)

0 to 3 in (0 to 200 mil)

200 scans / second

ELECTRICAL

Light Source

Sensor

Operating Voltage

Current Consumption

660 nm red visible LED

2,048 pixel CCD array

+5 VDC ± 0.25V

Standby 100 mA @ 5 VDC / Sleep 25 mA @ 5 VDC

Operating 180 mA @ 5 VDC

MECHANICAL

Dimensions

Weight

Cable

W3.5" x T4.5" x H7.2"

150 g (without cable)

6 ft

ENVIRONMENTAL

Operating Temperature 0˚C to 40˚C

Storage Temperature

Relative Humidity

Safety Certification

-40˚C to 60˚C

5% to 90% non-condensing

Conforms FCC Class A and CE requirements

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O

UTER

D

IMENSIONS

Product Support

If you experience any problems with Wasp WLP 4170 CCD Scanner that you are unable to resolve, call for technical assistance at (214) 547-4100, Monday through Friday, 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM Central Standard Time. Our web site is

www.waspbarcode.com

You may also contact us in writing at:

Wasp Technologies

1400 10th Street

Plano, TX 75074

(214) 547-4100

(214) 547-4101 Fax

Warranty Information

Wasp Bar Code products are warranted against defects in workmanship and materials for a period of one year from the date of shipment, provided that the product remains unmodified and is operated under normal and proper conditions.

This warranty is limited to repair or replacement at Wasp Bar Code's option, with reasonable promptness after being notified. These provisions do not prolong the original warranty term for any product which has been repaired or replaced by Wasp Bar Code.

This warranty applies to the original owner and does not extend to any

product which has been subject to misuse, neglect, accidental damage, unauthorized repair, or tampering.

No other express warranty is given. The replacement or repair of a product is your exclusive remedy. Any other implied warranty of merchantability or fitness is limited to the duration of this written warranty. Some states, provinces, and countries do not allow how long an implied warranty lasts, so the above limitation may not apply to you.

In no event shall Wasp Bar Code be liable for consequential damages. S o m e s t a t e s, prov i n c e s, and countries do not allow the exclusion or limitation of incidental or consequential damages, so the above limitations may not apply to yo u .

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ASCII Code Table

Code ASCII

ASCII Preamble/Postamble Code Table

Code ASCII Code ASCII Code ASCII

16

17

18

19

F6

F7

F8

F9

1A F10

1B ESC

1C F11

1D F12

1E Ctrl+

1F Alt+

20 Space

21 !

22 “

00 Null

01 Up

02 Down

03 Left

04 Right

05 PgUp

06 PgDn

08 BS

09 Tab

11

12

13

14

15

0B Home

0C End

0D Enter

0E Insert

0F Delete

F1

F2

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F4

F5

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3A

3B

3C

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34

35

36

37

38

3E

3F

40

41

42

2F

30

31

32

33

2B

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59

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60

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62

51

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67

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69

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7C

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FINISH

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BAR CODES

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