Psion Teklogix PowerScan 7000 Linear Imager

Psion Teklogix PowerScan 7000 Linear Imager
Psion Teklogix
PowerScan® 7000
Linear Imager
User Manual
April 27, 2007
ISO 9001 Certified Quality
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Part No. 8100094.B
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Direct Dial:
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Table of Contents
About This Manual ............................................................................ 1-1
Manual Conventions .................................................................... 1-2
Connecting the Scanner ..................................................................... 1-2
Programming ............................................................................. 1-4
Resetting the Standard Product Defaults .............................................. 1-4
Double Read Timeout ........................................................................ 2-1
Powerdown Timeout .......................................................................... 2-3
LED and Beeper Indicators ................................................................. 2-5
Power On Alert ........................................................................... 2-5
LED Idle State ............................................................................ 2-6
Good Read: When to Indicate ....................................................... 2-7
Good Read Beep Control .............................................................. 2-8
Good Read Beep Frequency ......................................................... 2-9
Good Read Beep Length ............................................................ 2-10
Good Read Beep Volume ........................................................... 2-12
Scanning Features .......................................................................... 2-13
Scan Mode .............................................................................. 2-13
Active Scanning Time ................................................................ 2-15
Laser Pointer Control ................................................................ 2-17
Interface Selection ............................................................................ 3-4
Interface Features ............................................................................ 3-9
Global Interface Features ............................................................ 3-9
RS-232 Interface Features ......................................................... 3-10
Hardware Flow Control......................................................... 3-14
Intercharacter Delay............................................................ 3-14
Software Flow Control.......................................................... 3-14
Host Echo .......................................................................... 3-18
Host Echo Quiet Interval ...................................................... 3-18
Signal Voltage: Normal/TTL .................................................. 3-18
RS-232 Invert..................................................................... 3-18
Beep on ASCII BEL .............................................................. 3-21
Beep on Not on File ............................................................. 3-21
ACK NAK Options ................................................................ 3-22
ACK Character .................................................................... 3-24
NAK Character .................................................................... 3-25
Retry on ACK NAK Timeout ................................................... 3-26
ACK NAK Timeout Value ....................................................... 3-27
ACK NAK Retry Count .......................................................... 3-28
ACK NAK Error Handling ............................................................ 3-29
Transmission Failure Indication ............................................. 3-30
IBM-USB Interface Features ....................................................... 3-31
IBM-USB Device usage......................................................... 3-31
IBM ........................................................................................ 3-32
IBM Transmit Labels in Code 39 Format ................................. 3-32
Wand Emulation ....................................................................... 3-33
Supported Symbologies ....................................................... 3-33
Wand Emulation Bar Code Format ......................................... 3-33
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Bar/Space Polarity ............................................................... 3-34
Wand Idle State .................................................................. 3-34
Signal Speed ....................................................................... 3-36
Transmit Leading Noise ........................................................ 3-37
Transmit Trailing Noise ......................................................... 3-38
Symbology Conversion ......................................................... 3-39
Keyboard Wedge/USB Keyboard .................................................. 3-41
Data Editing Overview .......................................................................4-1
Please Keep In Mind... .................................................................4-2
Global Prefix/Suffix ............................................................................4-2
AIM ID .............................................................................................4-5
Label ID ...........................................................................................4-7
Case Conversion ....................................................................... 4-15
Character Conversion ................................................................ 4-16
UPC-A ..............................................................................................5-2
Disable/Enable UPC-A ..................................................................5-2
Check Digit Transmission .............................................................5-2
Expand UPC-A to EAN-13 .............................................................5-2
System Number Transmission .......................................................5-2
UPC-A Minimum Reads ................................................................5-5
In-store Minimum Reads ..............................................................5-6
Add-On Timer .............................................................................5-7
UPC-E ..............................................................................................5-8
Disable/Enable UPC-E ..................................................................5-8
Check Digit Transmission .............................................................5-8
System Number ..........................................................................5-8
Expand UPC-E to UPC-A ...............................................................5-8
Expand UPC-E to EAN13 ..............................................................5-8
Minimum Reads ........................................................................ 5-11
GTIN ....................................................................................... 5-12
Disable/Enable GTIN .................................................................. 5-12
EAN-13 .......................................................................................... 5-13
Disable/Enable EAN-13 .............................................................. 5-13
Check Digit Transmission ........................................................... 5-13
EAN-13 Flag 1 Character ............................................................ 5-13
ISBN ....................................................................................... 5-13
Minimum Reads ........................................................................ 5-16
EAN-8 ............................................................................................ 5-17
Disable/Enable EAN-8 ................................................................ 5-17
Check Digit Transmission ........................................................... 5-17
Minimum Reads ........................................................................ 5-19
Add-ons ......................................................................................... 5-20
RSS-14 .......................................................................................... 5-22
Disable/Enable RSS-14 .............................................................. 5-22
UCC/EAN 128 Emulation ............................................................ 5-22
Minimum Reads ........................................................................ 5-24
RSS-14 2D Component .............................................................. 5-25
RSS Expanded ................................................................................ 5-26
Disable/Enable RSS Expanded .................................................... 5-26
UCC/EAN 128 Emulation ............................................................ 5-26
Length Control .......................................................................... 5-27
RSS Expanded Length 1, Length 2 Programming Instructions .......... 5-29
Minimum Reads ........................................................................ 5-30
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RSS Expanded 2D Component .................................................... 5-31
RSS Limited ................................................................................... 5-32
Disable/Enable RSS Limited ....................................................... 5-32
UCC/EAN 128 Emulation ............................................................ 5-32
Minimum Reads ........................................................................ 5-33
RSS Limited 2D Component ....................................................... 5-34
Code 39 ........................................................................................ 5-35
Disable/Enable Code 39 ............................................................. 5-35
Check Character Calculation ....................................................... 5-35
Check Character Transmit .......................................................... 5-35
Start/Stop Characters ............................................................... 5-35
Code 39 Full ASCII ................................................................... 5-35
Length Control ......................................................................... 5-38
Code 39 Length 1, Length 2 Programming Instructions .................. 5-40
Quiet Zones........................................................................ 5-41
Code 39 Stitching ..................................................................... 5-42
Minimum Reads ........................................................................ 5-43
Pharmacode 39 .............................................................................. 5-44
Disable/Enable Pharmacode 39 ................................................... 5-44
Start/Stop Characters ............................................................... 5-45
Check Character Transmit .......................................................... 5-45
Code 128 and EAN 128 .................................................................... 5-46
Transmit Function Characters ..................................................... 5-47
Length Control ......................................................................... 5-48
Code 128 Length 1, Length 2 Programming Instructions ................ 5-50
Code 128 Stitching ................................................................... 5-51
Minimum Reads ........................................................................ 5-52
Interleaved 2 of 5 ........................................................................... 5-53
Disable/Enable Interleaved 2 of 5 ............................................... 5-53
Check Digit Calculation .............................................................. 5-53
Check Digit Transmit ................................................................. 5-53
Length Control ......................................................................... 5-55
Interleaved 2 of 5 Length 1, Length 2 Programming Instructions .... 5-57
Interleaved 2 of 5 Stitching ....................................................... 5-58
Minimum Reads ........................................................................ 5-59
Codabar ........................................................................................ 5-60
Disable/Enable Codabar ............................................................ 5-60
Check Character Verification ...................................................... 5-60
Check Character Transmit .......................................................... 5-60
Length Control ......................................................................... 5-62
Codabar Length 1, Length 2 Programming Instructions .................. 5-64
Quiet Zones........................................................................ 5-65
Start/Stop Character Type ......................................................... 5-66
Start/Stop Character Transmission ............................................. 5-66
Start/Stop Character Match ....................................................... 5-66
Codabar Stitching ..................................................................... 5-69
Minimum Reads ........................................................................ 5-70
Code 93 ........................................................................................ 5-71
Disable/Enable Code 93 ............................................................. 5-71
Length Control ......................................................................... 5-72
Code 93 Length 1, Length 2 Programming Instructions .................. 5-74
Code 93 Stitching ..................................................................... 5-75
Minimum Reads ........................................................................ 5-76
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Code 11 ......................................................................................... 5-77
Disable/Enable Code 11 ............................................................. 5-77
Number of Check Characters ...................................................... 5-78
Check Character Transmit .......................................................... 5-78
Length Control .......................................................................... 5-79
Code 11 Length 1, Length 2 Programming Instructions .................. 5-81
Minimum Reads ........................................................................ 5-82
MSI/Plessey ................................................................................... 5-83
Disable/Enable MSI/Plessey ........................................................ 5-83
Check Digit Verification .............................................................. 5-83
Check Digit Transmit ................................................................. 5-83
Length Control .......................................................................... 5-86
MSI/Plessey Length 1, Length 2 Programming Instructions ............. 5-88
Scan the END bar code. ............................................................. 5-88
MSI/Plessey Stitching ................................................................ 5-89
Minimum Reads ........................................................................ 5-90
Disable/Enable Standard 2 of 5 ................................................... 5-91
Check Digit Verification .............................................................. 5-91
Check Digit Transmit ................................................................. 5-91
Length Control .......................................................................... 5-93
Standard 2 of 5 Length 1, Length 2 Programming Instructions ........ 5-95
Standard 2 of 5 Stitching ........................................................... 5-96
Minimum Reads ........................................................................ 5-97
PDF 417 ......................................................................................... 5-98
Disable/Enable PDF 417 ............................................................. 5-98
Length Control .......................................................................... 5-99
PDF 417 Length 1, Length 2 Programming Instructions ................ 5-101
Minimum Reads ...................................................................... 5-102
Micro PDF 417 .............................................................................. 5-103
Disable/Enable Micro PDF 417 ................................................... 5-103
PDF 128 Emulation .................................................................. 5-104
Length Control ........................................................................ 5-105
Micro PDF 417 Length 1, Length 2 Programming Instructions ........ 5-107
Minimum Reads ...................................................................... 5-108
Optical and Read Performance Parameters ........................................... A-1
Physical Properties ........................................................................... A-2
Electrical Parameters ........................................................................ A-2
Environmental Parameters ................................................................. A-3
Standard Cable Pinouts (Primary Interface Cables) ............................... B-1
RS-232 ..................................................................................... B-1
IBM Port 5B/9B/17 ..................................................................... B-1
IBM USB ................................................................................... B-2
USB & USB Keyboard .................................................................. B-2
Wand Emulation ........................................................................ B-2
Keyboard Wedge ........................................................................ B-3
Standard Feature Defaults ................................................................. D-1
Keyboard Model Cross Reference .........................................................E-1
Accepting RS-232 Commands .............................................................F-1
LED and Beep Indications .................................................................. H-1
Error Codes ..................................................................................... H-4
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PowerScan® 7000 SRI
Chapter 1
Getting Started
The PowerScan® 7000 SRI (Standard Range Imager) marks a new performance level for handheld scanners. It delivers aggressive read rates and
depths of field on 1D and stacked codes. This aggressiveness applies
even in challenging reading environments where low lighting conditions
and poor quality might make it difficult to read bar codes. You can rest
assured your investment will continue to supply years of use by reading
any bar codes you require, now or in the future.
Designed for today’s demanding commercial and industrial environments, the scanner offers superior image quality, speed, durability, and
the ability to read poor quality bar codes. The unit is comfortable to
hold, easy to use, rugged, and excellent for the most demanding applications.
About This Manual
This User Manual provides programming instructions for the scanner,
plus product specifications and dimensions. For installation, maintenance, troubleshooting and warranty information, see the Quick Reference Guide (QRG). Copies of other publications for this product are
downloadable free of charge from the website listed on the back cover of
this manual.
The scanner is factory programmed for the most common terminal and
communications settings. If you need to change these settings, programming is accomplished by scanning the bar codes in this manual.
Bold text and a yellow-highlighted background indicates the most common default setting for a feature/option.
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Getting Started
Manual Conventions
The symbols listed below are used in this manual to notify the reader of
key issues or procedures that must be observed when using the scanner:
Notes contain information necessary for properly diagnosing, repairing and operating the
scanner.
NOTE
The CAUTION symbol advises you of actions
that could damage equipment or property.
CAUTION
Connecting the Scanner
Use the appropriate instructions below to connect the scanner to the terminal, PC or other host device. The scanner kit you ordered to match
your interface should provide a compatible cable for your installation.
The scanner cable connection is secured using the “clamshell” retainer
referenced in the enlarged area of Figure 1. Fit and clamp the retainer
over the cable connector as shown in the illustration, then fully seat the
cable assembly into the scanner, aligning both the connector and the
retainer boss with their respective openings. Secure the captive screws.
Upon completing the connection via the appropriate interface instructions below, proceed to the Interface Related Features section of this manual and scan the bar code to select the correct interface type.
RS-232 Serial Connection — Turn off power to the terminal/PC
and connect the scanner to the terminal/PC serial port via the RS-232
cable as shown in Figure 1. If the terminal will not support POT (Power
Off the Terminal) to supply scanner power, use the approved power supply (AC Adapter). Plug the AC Adapter barrel connector into the socket
on the RS-232 cable connector and the AC Adapter plug into a standard
power outlet.
1-2
PowerScan® 7000 SRI
Connecting the Scanner
Figure 1. RS-232 Serial Connection
Cable Connector
Retainer Boss
Captive
Screws
USB Connection — Connect the scanner to a USB port on the termi-
nal/PC using the correct USB cable for the interface type you ordered.
Reference Figure 2.
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Getting Started
Wand Emulation Connection — Connect the scanner to the appro-
priated port on the terminal/PC using the correct cable for the interface
type you ordered. Reference Figure 2.
IBM Connection — Connect the scanner to the IBM port on the terminal/PC using the correct IBM cable. Reference Figure 2.
Keyboard Wedge Connection — The Keyboard Wedge cable has a
‘Y’ connection from the scanner. Connect the female to the male end
from the keyboard and the remaining end at the keyboard port at the
terminal/PC. Reference Figure 2.
Programming
The scanner is typically factory-configured with a set of default features
standard to the interface type you ordered. After scanning the interface
bar code from the Interface Related Features section, you can select other
options and customize your scanner through use of the instructions and
programming bar codes available in that section and also the Data Editing
and Symbologies chapters of this manual.
Resetting the Standard Product
Defaults
If you aren’t sure what programming options are in your scanner, or
you’ve changed some options and want the factory settings restored, scan
the Standard Product Default Settings bar code below. This will copy the
factory configuration for the currently active interface to the current
configuration.
Standard Product Default Settings
The programming section lists the factory default settings for each of the
menu commands (indicated by shaded blocks and bold text) on the following pages.
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Chapter 2
General Features
Double Read Timeout
The Double Read Timeout feature sets a time limit that determines how much time
must pass before reading the same label again (e.g. two identical items in succession).
START
DURATION
BAR CODE
0.1 Second
0.2 Second
0.3 Second
0.4 Second
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Double Read Timeout — continued
START
DURATION
BAR CODE
0.5 Second
0.6 Second
0.7 Second
0.8 Second
0.9 Second
1 Second
END
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PowerScan® 7000 SRI
Powerdown Timeout
Powerdown Timeout
The Powerdown Timeout feature sets the time for automatically switching the unit off
when the scanner is not in use.
START
DURATION
BAR CODE
Disable
5 Seconds
15 Seconds
30 Seconds
1 Minute
2 Minutes
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General Features
Powerdown Timeout — continued
START
DURATION
BAR CODE
3 Minutes
4 Minutes
END
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PowerScan® 7000 SRI
LED and Beeper Indicators
LED and Beeper Indicators
Power On Alert
Disables or enables the indication (from the Beeper) that the scanner is
receiving power.
START
STATE
BAR CODE
Disable
Enable
END
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General Features
LED Idle State
Specifies state of scanner’s LED when the scanner is ready to read a bar
code.
START
STATE
BAR CODE
Disable
Enable
END
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PowerScan® 7000 SRI
LED and Beeper Indicators
Good Read: When to Indicate
This feature specifies when the scanner will provide indication (beep
and/or flash its green LED) upon successfully reading a bar code.
Choices are:
•
Good Read = Indicate after decode
•
Good Read = Indicate after transmit
•
Good Read = Indicate after CTS goes inactive, then active
This option, which uses CTS, is only valid for RS-232
interfaces.
NOTE
START
INDICATE
BAR CODE
After decode
After transmit
After CTS goes
inactive, then
active
END
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General Features
Good Read Beep Control
This feature enables/disables the scanner’s ability to beep upon a successful decode of a bar code.
START
STATE
BAR CODE
Disable
Enable
END
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LED and Beeper Indicators
Good Read Beep Frequency
Adjusts the good read beep to sound at a selectable low, medium or high
frequency, selectable from the list below. (Controls the beeper’s pitch/
tone.)
START
FREQUENCY
BAR CODE
Low
Medium
High
END
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Good Read Beep Length
Specifies the duration of a good read beep.
START
LENGTH
BAR CODE
60msec
80msec
100msec
120msec
140msec
160msec
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LED and Beeper Indicators
Good Read Beep Length — continued
START
LENGTH
BAR CODE
180msec
200msec
END
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General Features
Good Read Beep Volume
Selects the beeper volume (loudness) upon a good read beep. There are
three selectable volume levels.
START
VOLUME
BAR CODE
Low
Medium
High
END
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Scanning Features
Scanning Features
Scan Mode
Selects the scan operating mode for the scanner. Selections are:
•
Single — When the trigger is pulled, scanning is activated until
five seconds have elapsed or a bar code has been read or the trigger
is released
•
Triggerless — When the trigger is pulled, scanning is activated
until any of the following occur:
- Active Scanning Time has expired
- a bar code has been read
- the trigger is pulled a second time
The Double Read Timeout feature gates double reads while in this
mode.
•
Stand — No trigger pull is required to read a bar code while in this
mode. Scanning is turned on automatically (auto-sense) when an
item is placed in the scanner's field of view and is turned off again
when a bar code is read or Active Scanning Time has expired. The
Double Read Timeout feature gates double reads while in this mode.
If the trigger is pulled, the scanner acts as if it is in single read
mode.
Upon exiting Single Read mode while Stand Mode
is enabled, the software will delay 2 seconds
before beginning its auto-sense operation.
NOTE
•
Stand With Illumination — Same as the option above, except that
illumination is on while in this mode.
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General Features
Scan Mode — continued
START
MODE
BAR CODE
Single
Triggerless
Stand
Stand w/Illum
END
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Scanning Features
Active Scanning Time
This setting determines the amount of time the scanner continues to
scan in triggerless or stand mode (see Scan Mode) once scanning has been
activated.
START
DURATION
BAR CODE
1 Second
2 Seconds
5 Seconds
15 Seconds
30 Seconds
1 Minute
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General Features
Active Scanning Time — continued
START
DURATION
BAR CODE
2 Minutes
3 Minutes
4 Minutes
END
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Scanning Features
Laser Pointer Control
The Laser Pointer is a value-added option which
might not have been included when your scanner was ordered.
NOTE
When the trigger is pressed and Scan Mode is set to Single, the laser
pointer will be activated for the time period configured by this feature.
Immediately following this, the scanner will start scanning. Disabling
this feature turns the pointer off.
START
DURATION
BAR CODE
Disable
0.1 Seconds
0.2 Seconds
0.3 Seconds
0.4 Seconds
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General Features
Laser Pointer Control — continued
START
DURATION
BAR CODE
0.5 Seconds
0.6 Seconds
0.8 Seconds
1 Second
1.2 Seconds
1.5 Seconds
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Scanning Features
Laser Pointer Control — continued
START
DURATION
BAR CODE
2 Seconds
2.5 Seconds
END
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General Features
NOTES
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PowerScan® 7000 SRI
Chapter 3
Interface Related
Features
At the time of this writing, the Scanner supports the interfaces listed in
Table 3-1. Select the desired interface type from the table, then reference
the page number given for the customizable features section associated
with each interface. See Table 3-2 for a description of each Keyboard
Wedge interface type (A through Z as listed).
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Interface Related Features
Table 3-1. Interfaces Supported
RS-232
Page Keyboard Wedge
Page
RS-232 Standard
3-10
Keyboard Wedge Ha
RS-232 Wincor-Nixdorf
3-10
Keyboard Wedge Ia
3-41
Keyboard Wedge Ja
3-41
IBM
IBM 4683 Port 5B
3-31
Keyboard Wedge Ka
3-41
IBM 4683 Port 9B
3-31
Keyboard Wedge La
3-41
3-31
Keyboard Wedge Ma
3-41
Keyboard Wedge Na
3-41
IBM 4683 Port 17
USB
IBM USB
3-31
Keyboard Wedge Oa
3-41
USB Keyboard
3-31
Keyboard Wedge Pa
3-41
Wand Emulation
3-33
Keyboard Wedge Qa
3-41
Keyboard Wedge
3-41
Keyboard Wedge Ra
3-41
Keyboard Wedge Aa
3-41
Keyboard Wedge Sa
3-41
Keyboard Wedge Ba
3-41
Keyboard Wedge Ta
3-41
Keyboard Wedge Ca
3-41
Keyboard Wedge Ua
3-41
Keyboard Wedge Da
3-41
Keyboard Wedge Va
3-41
Keyboard Wedge Ea
3-41
Keyboard Wedge Wa
3-41
Keyboard Wedge Fa
3-41
Keyboard Wedge Xa
3-41
Keyboard Wedge Ga
3-41
Keyboard Wedge Ya
3-41
a. Consult Table 3-2 for more information regarding keyboard wedge interface types.
The correct interface cable is included for the scanner
interface type you ordered.
NOTE
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PowerScan® 7000 SRI
Table 3-2. Keyboard Wedge Interface Reference
I/F Type
PCs Supported
A
PC/XT w/Alternate Key Encoding
AT, PS/2 25-286, 30-286, 50, 50Z, 60, 70, 80, 90 & 95 w/Alternate Key
B
Encoding
C
PS/2 25 and 30 w/Alternate Key Encoding
D
PC/XT w/Standard Key Encoding
AT, PS/2 25-286, 30-286, 50, 50Z, 60, 70, 80, 90 & 95 w/Standard Key
E
Encoding
F
PS/2 25 and 30 w/Standard Key Encoding
G
IBM 3xxx w/122 keyboard
H
IBM 3xxx w/102 keyboard
I
PS/55 5530T w/104 keyboard
J
NEC 9801
K
WYSE 30/30+ WY-30 Keyboard 83 Keys
WYSE 60/85/99 GT/150/160/285 Style IBM Enhanced PC, 520/520ES
L
Style IBM Enhanced PC FR
WYSE 55/65/65 ES/120/185/325 Style IBM Enhanced PC
WYSE 60/85/99 GT/150/160/285 ANSI Keyboard 105 Keys, 520/520 ES
M
ANSI Keyboard 105 Keys
WYSE 55/65/65 ES/120/185/325 ANSI Keyboard 105 Keys
WYSE 60/85/99 GT/150/160/285 ASCII Kbd, 520/520 ES ASCII Kbd
N
WYSE 55/65/65 ES/120/185/325 ASCII Keyboard
WYSE 60/85/99 GT/150/160/285 ANSI W285 Keyboard 105 Keys, 520/
O
520 ES ANSI W285 Keyboard 105 Keys
WYSE 55/65/65 ES/120/185/325 ANSI W285 Keyboard 105 Keys
P
WYSE WINTERM 3320 SE
IBM 3153
Q
IBM 316X, 3179/3180/319X/3270
R
IBM 3151/3152-010, 347X/348X
S
DIGITAL VT 220/320/330/340/350/382
T
DIGITAL VT420
U
DIGITAL VT 510/520 IBM ANSI Style Keyboard
V
DIGITAL VT 510/520 IBM PC Style Keyboard
W
SUN SPARC 5/10
X
SUN 420/440, ITX
Y
WYSE 370/355 Style Enhanced IBM PC
Reference Appendix E, Keyboard Function Key Mappings for more information about keyboards.
NOTE
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Interface Related Features
Interface Selection
START
INTERFACE
BAR CODE
RS-232
Standard
RS-232
Wincor-Nixdorf
IBM 4683
Port 5B
IBM 4683
Port 9B
IBM 4683
Port 17
IBM USB
USB Keyboard
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Interface Selection
Interface Selection — cont.
START
INTERFACE
BAR CODE
Keyboard
Wedge A
Keyboard
Wedge B
Keyboard
Wedge C
Keyboard
Wedge D
Keyboard
Wedge E
Keyboard
Wedge F
Keyboard
Wedge G
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Interface Related Features
Interface Selection — cont.
START
INTERFACE
BAR CODE
Keyboard
Wedge H
Keyboard
Wedge I
Keyboard
Wedge J
Keyboard
Wedge K
Keyboard
Wedge L
Keyboard
Wedge M
Keyboard
Wedge N
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Interface Selection
Interface Selection — cont.
START
INTERFACE
BAR CODE
Keyboard
Wedge O
Keyboard
Wedge P
Keyboard
Wedge Q
Keyboard
Wedge R
Keyboard
Wedge S
Keyboard
Wedge T
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Interface Related Features
Interface Selection — cont.
START
INTERFACE
BAR CODE
Keyboard
Wedge U
Keyboard
Wedge V
Keyboard
Wedge W
Keyboard
Wedge X
Keyboard
Wedge Y
Wand
Emulation
END
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PowerScan® 7000 SRI
Interface Features
Interface Features
Global Interface Features
START
STATE
BAR CODE
Obey Host
Commands
Ignore Host
Commands
Host
Transmission
Buffers = 1
Host
Transmission
Buffers = 2
END
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Interface Related Features
RS-232 Interface Features
START
BAUD RATE
BAR CODE
1200 Baud
2400 Baud
4800 Baud
9600 Baud
19200 Baud
38400 Baud
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Interface Features
RS-232 Interface Features — cont.
START
BAUD RATE
BAR CODE
57600 Baud
115200 Baud
END
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Interface Related Features
RS-232 Interface Features — cont.
START
STATE
BAR CODE
7 Data Bits
8 Data Bits
1 Stop Bit
2 Stop Bits
Parity = None
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Interface Features
RS-232 Interface Features — cont.
START
STATE
BAR CODE
Parity = Even
Parity = Odd
END
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Interface Related Features
RS-232 Interface Features — cont.
Hardware Flow Control
Disable Hardware Control — The scanner transmits to the host regardless of
any activity on the CTS line.
Enable CTS Flow Control — The CTS signal controls transmission of data
to the host.
Enable CTS Scan Control — The CTS line must be active for the scanner to
read and transmit data. While the CTS line is inactive, the scanner
remains in a host-disabled state; following a successful label transmission, the CTS signal must transition to inactive and then to active to
enable scanning for the next label.
Intercharacter Delay
This delay is inserted after each data character transmitted. If the transmission speed is too high, the system may not be able to receive all characters. You may need to adjust the delay to make the system work
properly.
Software Flow Control
Disables/Enables software control using XON/XOFF characters.
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Interface Features
RS-232 Interface Features — cont.
START
STATE
BAR CODE
Disable
Hardware
Control
Enable CTS
Flow Control
Enable CTS
Scan Control
Inter-Char
Delay = No
Delay
Interchar Delay
= 10 msec
Interchar Delay
= 20 msec
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Interface Related Features
RS-232 Interface Features — cont.
START
STATE
BAR CODE
Interchar Delay
= 30 msec
Interchar Delay
= 40 msec
Interchar Delay
= 50 msec
Interchar Delay
= 60 msec
Interchar Delay
= 70 msec
Interchar Delay
= 80 msec
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Interface Features
RS-232 Interface Features — cont.
START
STATE
BAR CODE
Interchar Delay
= 90 msec
Disable
Software Flow
Control
Enable
Software Flow
Control
END
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Interface Related Features
RS-232 Interface Features — cont.
Host Echo
When enabled, this feature passes all data through the scanner to the
host as it comes in. This feature is used for applications where “daisy
chaining” of RS-232 devices onto the same cable is necessary. If, for
example, one of the devices in the chain is a terminal where someone is
entering data while another person is simultaneously scanning a bar code
requiring transmission to the host, the scanner will wait for the RS-232
channel to be quiet for a specified period of time (set via RS-232 Host Echo
Quiet Interval). The scanner can be set to observe this delay before sending its data in order to avoid RS-232 transmission conflicts.
Host Echo Quiet Interval
This setting specifies the time interval of RS-232 channel inactivity
which must transpire before the scanner will break the host echo loop to
transmit the bar code data that has just been scanned to the host.
Signal Voltage: Normal/TTL
Specifies whether the RS-232 interface provides TTL levels on the output pins TxD and RTS.
RS-232 Invert
Enables/disables inversion of RS-232 TXD and RXD signals.
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Interface Features
RS-232 Interface Features — cont.
START
STATE
BAR CODE
Disable Host
Echo
Enable Host
Echo
Host Echo
Quiet Interval
= 0msec
Host Echo
Quiet Interval
= 10msec
Host Echo
Quiet Interval
= 20msec
Host Echo
Quiet Interval
= 30msec
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Interface Related Features
RS-232 Interface Features — cont.
START
STATE
BAR CODE
Host Echo
Quiet Interval
= 40msec
Host Echo
Quiet Interval
= 50msec
Host Echo
Quiet Interval
= 60msec
Host Echo
Quiet Interval
= 70msec
Host Echo
Quiet Interval
=80msec
Host Echo
Quiet Interval
= 90msec
Host Echo
Quiet Interval
= 100msec
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Interface Features
RS-232 Interface Features — cont.
START
STATE
BAR CODE
Signal
Voltage:
Normal RS-232
Signal Voltage:
TTL
Disable
RS-232 Invert
Enable RS-232
Invert
END
Beep on ASCII BEL
Enables/disables ability of scanner to beep (sound a good read tone) on
receiving an ASCII BEL (07 hex).
Beep on Not on File
Select for the host to beep (or not) when a not-on-file (host command)
condition is detected by the host.
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Interface Related Features
ACK NAK Options
This enables/disables the ability of the scanner to support the RS-232
ACK/NAK protocol. When configured, the scanner and/or host sends
an “ACK” when it receives data properly, and sends “NAK” when the
data is in error. Selections for this option are:
•
Disable
•
Enable for label transmission — the scanner expects an ACK/NAK
response from the host when a label is sent
•
Enable for host-command acknowledge — the scanner will
respond with ACK/NAK when the host sends a command
•
Enable for label transmission and host-command acknowledge
START
STATE
BAR CODE
Enable Beep
on ASCII BEL
Disable Beep
on ASCII BEL
Disable Beep
on Not On File
Enable Beep
on Not On File
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Interface Features
ACK NAK Options — cont.
START
STATE
BAR CODE
Disable ACK
NAK
Enable ACK
NAK for
Transmission
Enable ACK
NAK for hostcommand
acknowledge
Enable ACK
NAK for transmission and
host-command
END
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Interface Related Features
RS-232 Interface Features — cont.
ACK Character
START
MODE
BAR CODE
Sets the ACK character from the set of ASCII characters or any decimal value from 000 to 255. Pad
entries of less than three digits with zeros, as in
“005”. To configure this feature, scan the “START” bar
code above to place the unit in Programming Mode,
then the “Set ACK Character,” followed by the digits
from the Alphanumeric table in Appendix C, AlphaNumeric Pad representing your desired character.
Exit programming mode by scanning the “END” BAR
CODE below.
DEFAULT SETTING FOR THIS FEATURE:
006 (ACK)
Set ACK
Character
END
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Interface Features
RS-232 Interface Features — cont.
NAK Character
START
MODE
BAR CODE
Sets the NAK character from the set of ASCII characters or any decimal value from 000 to 255. Pad
entries of less than three digits with zeros, as in
“005”. To configure this feature, scan the “START” bar
code above to place the unit in Programming Mode,
then the “Set NAK Character,” followed by the digits
from the Alphanumeric table in Appendix C, AlphaNumeric Pad representing your desired character.
Exit programming mode by scanning the “END” BAR
CODE below.
DEFAULT SETTING FOR THIS FEATURE:
021 (!)
Set NAK
Character
END
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Interface Related Features
RS-232 Interface Features — cont.
Retry on ACK NAK Timeout
Enables/disables retry after the configurable ACK NAK Timeout Value
(set in the following feature) has expired.
START
STATE
BAR CODE
Disable Retry
on ACK NAK
Timeout
Enable Retry
on ACK NAK
Timeout
END
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Interface Features
RS-232 Interface Features — cont.
ACK NAK Timeout Value
START
MODE
BAR CODE
This item specifies the time the scanner will wait for
an ACK character from the host following a label
transmission.
000 = Infinite timeout
001 - 075 = Timeout in 200-millisecond increments
To configure this feature, scan the “START” bar code
above to place the unit in Programming Mode, then
the “Set ACK NAK Timeout Value,” followed by the
three digits (zero padded) from the Alphanumeric
table in Appendix C, Alpha-Numeric Pad representing your desired value. Exit programming mode
by scanning the “END” BAR CODE below
DEFAULT SETTING FOR THIS FEATURE: 001
Set ACK
NAK Timeout
Value
END
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Interface Related Features
RS-232 Interface Features — cont.
ACK NAK Retry Count
START
MODE
BAR CODE
This feature sets the number of times for the scanner
to retry a label transmission under a retry condition.
000 = No retry
001 - 254 = Retry for the specified number of times
255 = Retry forever
To configure this feature, scan the “START” bar code
above to place the unit in Programming Mode, then
the “Set ACK NAK Retry Count,” followed by the
three digits (zero padded) from the Alphanumeric
table in Appendix C, Alpha-Numeric Pad representing your desired retry count. Exit programming
mode by scanning the “END” BAR CODE below
DEFAULT SETTING FOR THIS FEATURE: 003
Set ACK
Nak Retry
Count
END
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Interface Features
RS-232 Interface Features — cont.
ACK NAK Error Handling
This item specifies the method the scanner will use to handle errors
detected while waiting to receive the ACK character from the host.
Errors include unrecognized host commands and communication errors
such as parity or framing errors. Choices are:
00 = Ignore errors detected (recommended setting)
01 = Process error as valid ACK character (risk of lost label data)
02 = Process error as valid NAK character (risk of duplicate label data)
START
STATE
BAR CODE
Ignore Errors
Detected
Process error
as valid ACK
character
Process error
as valid NAK
character
END
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Interface Related Features
RS-232 Interface Features — cont.
Transmission Failure Indication
Enables/disables bad-label indication upon transmission failure.
START
STATE
BAR CODE
Disable
Transmission
Error Indication
Enable
Transmission
Error
Indication
END
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Interface Features
IBM-USB Interface Features
IBM-USB Device usage
The IBM-USB protocol allows for the scanner to be identified as one of
two different types of bar code scanners. Depending on what other scanners you may already have connected to a IBM-USB POS, you may need
to change this setting to enable all devices to communicate. Options are:
•
Table Top Scanner
•
Handheld Scanner
START
STATE
BAR CODE
Configure as
Table Top
Scanner
Configure as
Handheld
Scanner
END
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Interface Related Features
IBM
IBM Transmit Labels in Code 39 Format
This feature enables/disables scanner's ability to set a symbology identifier for a specified label to Code 39 before transmitting that label data to
an IBM host. This applies to: Code 128, Codabar and Code 93 for IBM
USB; Code 128, Codabar and Code 93 for IBM Port 5B; and Codabar
and Code 93 for IBM Port 9B.
START
STATE
BAR CODE
Disable
Convert to
Code 39
Enable Convert
to Code 39
END
3-32
PowerScan® 7000 SRI
Interface Features
Wand Emulation
Supported Symbologies
The Wand Emulation interface will transmit bar code data as a wand
device would. This interface will transmit the following bar code symbologies:
•
UPC/EAN
•
UPC/EAN with addons
•
Code 39
•
Full ASCII Code 39
•
Interleaved 2 of 5
•
Codabar
•
Code 128
Pharmacode 39 is transmitted as Code 39, all other bar code symbology
types read by the scanner will be transmitted as Code 128.
Wand Emulation Bar Code Format
The following format settings are required for the wand emulation interface. These settings have been pre-configured at the factory for Wand
Emulation scanners.
•
UPC-A bar codes must include all 12 digits.
•
UPC-E bar codes must contain 8 digits, including a system digit, 6
data digits, and the check digit.
•
EAN-13 bar codes must have all 13 digits.
•
EAN-8 bar codes must include all 8 digits.
•
Code 39, Code 39 Full ASCII, and Pharmacode 39 bar codes must
NOT contain start / stop characters.
•
Codabar bar codes must include the start / stop characters, presented in the ABCD format.
•
Interleaved 2 of 5 bar codes must have an even number of digits.
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Interface Related Features
Wand Emulation — cont.
Bar/Space Polarity
Low/High — Black will be transmitted as a low voltage level (0 to
+0.7V) and space as high level (+2.4 to +5.25V).
High/Low — Black will be transmitted as a high voltage level (+2.4 to
+5.25V) and space as low level (0 to +0.7V).
Wand Idle State
This feature specifies the level of the wand output signal when idle. TTL
logic levels:
High voltage level (+2.4 to +5.25V)
Low voltage level (0 to +0.7V).
START
STATE
BAR CODE
Bar/Space =
Low/High
Bar/Space =
High/Low
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Interface Features
Wand Emulation — cont.
START
STATE
BAR CODE
Wand Idle
State = Low
Wand Idle State
= High
END
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Interface Related Features
Wand Emulation — cont.
Signal Speed
The speed of the transmission can be set. This selects the width of the
minimum narrow bar.
330 microseconds
660 microseconds
START
STATE
BAR CODE
Signal Speed =
330mS
Signal Speed =
660mS
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Interface Features
Wand Emulation — cont.
Transmit Leading Noise
Enables/disables the ability of scanner to generate noise transitions
before label transitions in signals transmitted to the host.
START
STATE
BAR CODE
Disable
Leading Noise
Enable Leading Noise
END
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Interface Related Features
Wand Emulation — cont.
Transmit Trailing Noise
Enables/disables ability of scanner to generate noise transitions after label
transitions in signals transmitted to the host.
START
STATE
BAR CODE
Disable
Trailing Noise
Enable Trailing
Noise
END
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Interface Features
Symbology Conversion
Wand Emulation can convert all bar codes to a single symbology.
Choices are:
No Conversion
Convert to Code 39
Convert to Code 128
START
STATE
BAR CODE
Disable
Leading Noise
Enable
Leading Noise
No Symbology
Conversion
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Interface Related Features
Symbology Conversion — cont.
START
STATE
BAR CODE
Convert to C39
Convert to
C128
END
3-40
PowerScan® 7000 SRI
Interface Features
Keyboard Wedge/USB Keyboard
As a keyboard interface, the scanner supports most popular PCs and
IBM terminals. The installation of the wedge is a fairly simple process
that doesn’t require any changes of software or hardware.
NOTE
All of the options in this section apply to the Keyboard Wedge, however, only Keyboard Layout, Caps
Lock State and Control Characters apply to USB Keyboard.
Keyboard Layout
The Keyboard Layout option supports many countries. For details about
Keyboard Layout, please refer to your operating system manual.
START
STATE
BAR CODE
USA
Belgium
Britain
Denmark
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Interface Related Features
Keyboard Wedge/USB Keyboard — cont.
START
STATE
BAR CODE
France
Germany
Italy
Norway
Portugal
Spain
Sweden
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Interface Features
Keyboard Wedge/USB Keyboard — cont.
START
STATE
BAR CODE
Switzerland
Japan 106 Key
Hungary
Czech
Slovakia
Romania
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Interface Related Features
Keyboard Wedge/USB Keyboard — cont.
START
STATE
BAR CODE
Croatia
Poland
END
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Interface Features
Keyboard Wedge/USB Keyboard — cont.
Caps Lock State
Specifies which format the scanner sends character data.
START
STATE
BAR CODE
Disable Caps
Lock
Caps Lock “ON”
Shift Lock “ON”
END
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Interface Related Features
Keyboard Wedge/USB Keyboard — cont.
Keyboard Simulation
This feature does not apply to the USB Keyboard
interface.
NOTE
All PCs check the keyboard status during the power-on Selftest. It is recommended that you enable this function if you are working without a
keyboard installation. It simulates keyboard timing and passes the keyboard status to the PC during power-on.
Control Characters
Specifies how the scanner transmits ASCII control characters to the host.
Choices are:
•
Disable Control Characters
•
Enable transmission of control characters to host
•
Send characters between 00H and 1FH according to a special
function-key mapping table. (This is used to send keys that are not
in the normal ASCII set; a unique set is provided for each available
scancode set. Reference Appendix E, Keyboard Function Key Mappings.)
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Interface Features
Keyboard Wedge/USB Keyboard — cont.
START
STATE
BAR CODE
Disable
Keyboard
Simulation
Enable
Keyboard
Simulation
Disable
Control
Characters
Enable
Transmission of
Control
Characters
Enable
Function Key
Mapping
END
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Interface Related Features
Keyboard Wedge/USB Keyboard — cont.
Wedge Quiet Interval
This feature does not apply to the USB Keyboard
interface.
NOTE
Quiet Interval is the amount of time to look for keyboard activity before
the scanner breaks the keyboard connection in order to transmit data to
the host..
START
MODE
BAR CODE
Selectable from 000 (no interval) to 255 in 10 msec
increments. To configure this feature, scan the
“START” bar code above to place the unit in Programming Mode, then the Set Wedge Quiet Interval bar code followed by the three digits (zero
padded) from the Alphanumeric table in
Appendix C, Alpha-Numeric Pad representing
your desired length. Exit programming mode by
scanning the “END” BAR CODE below
DEFAULT SETTING FOR THIS FEATURE:
010 (100 msec)
Set Wedge
Quiet Interval
END
3-48
PowerScan® 7000 SRI
Interface Features
Keyboard Wedge/USB Keyboard — cont.
Intercharacter Delay
START
MODE
BAR CODE
One-half of the delay specified below is inserted
between scancodes within each character. If the
transmission speed is too high, the system may not
be able to receive all characters. You may need to
adjust the delay to make the system work properly.
Selectable delay from 00 to 99 in 10msec increments.
To configure this feature, scan the “START” bar code
above to place the unit in Programming Mode, then
the “Set Intercharacter Delay,” followed by the two
digits (zero padded) from the Alphanumeric table in
Appendix C, Alpha-Numeric Pad representing
your desired length. Exit programming mode by
scanning the “END” BAR CODE below
DEFAULT SETTING FOR THIS FEATURE:
01 (10 mSec Delay)
Set
Intercharacter
Delay
END
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NOTES
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Chapter 4
Data Editing
Data Editing Overview
It is not recommended to use these features with IBM
or Wand Emulation interfaces.
CAUTION
When a bar code is scanned, additional information can be sent to the
host computer along with the bar code data. This combination of bar
code data and supplementary user-defined data is called a “message
string.” The features in this chapter can be used to build specific
user-defined data into a message string.
There are several types of selectable data characters that can be sent
before and after scanned data. You can specify if they should be sent
with all symbologies, or only with specific symbologies. Figure 4-1 shows
the available elements you can add to a message string:
Figure 4-1. Breakdown of a Message String
Label ID Transmission:
Enable this option to
transmit the Label ID you
configure for the scanned
symbology.
Prefix
Label ID
AIM ID
OR...
Bar Code Data
Label ID
Suffix
AIM ID: This function is used to identify and display the
common label identifier for its symbology. When enabled,
this ID code will be transmitted before the scanned bar
code data.
00 - 20 Characters (ASCII)
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Data Editing
Please Keep In Mind...
•
Modifying a message string is not a mandatory requirement. Data
editing is sophisticated feature allowing highly customizable output for advanced users. Factory default settings for data editing is
typically set to NONE.
•
A prefix or suffix may be applied (reference the Symbologies chapter for these settings) across all symbologies (set via the Global features in this chapter).
•
You can add any character from the ASCII Chart (from 00-FF) on
the inside back cover of this manual as a prefix, suffix or Label ID.
•
Enter prefixes and suffixes in the order in which you want them to
appear on the output.
Global Prefix/Suffix
Up to 20 ASCII characters may be added as a prefix (in a position before
the bar code data) and/or as a suffix (in a position following the bar code
data) as indicated in Figure 4-2.
Figure 4-2. Prefix and Suffix Positions
OR...
Prefix
Label ID
AIM ID
Bar Code Data
Label ID
Suffix
00 - 20 Characters (ASCII)
AND
OR
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Global Prefix/Suffix
Global Prefix/Suffix — continued
Example: Setting a Prefix
In this example, we’ll set a prefix for all symbologies.
1. Determine which ASCII character(s) are to be added to scanned
bar code data. In this example, we’ll add a dollar sign (‘$’) as a prefix.
2. Scan the START bar code.
3. Scan the SET PREFIX bar code.
4. Reference the ASCII Chart on the inside back cover of this manual,
to find the hex value assigned to the desired character. The corresponding hex number for the ‘$’ character is 24. To enter this
selection code, scan the ‘2’ and ‘4’ bar codes from Appendix C,
Alpha-Numeric Pad.
5. Scan the END bar code to exit Programming Mode.
If less than the expected string of 20 characters are
selected, scan the END bar code twice to accept the
selections and exit Programming Mode.
NOTE
6. The resulting message string would appear as follows:
Scanned bar code data:
12345
Resulting message string output: $12345
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Global Prefix/Suffix — continued
START
MODE
BAR CODE
Sets up to 20 characters each from the set of ASCII
characters or any hex value from 0 to FF. To configure this feature, scan the “START” bar code above to
place the unit in Programming Mode, then the “Set
Prefix” or “Set Suffix,” followed by the digits (in hex)
from the Alphanumeric table in Appendix C, AlphaNumeric Pad representing your desired character(s). Reference the section, Example: Setting a
Prefix, for more information. Exit programming mode
by scanning the “END” BAR CODE below (scan
“END” twice if less than 20 characters have been
selected).
DEFAULT SETTING FOR THIS FEATURE:
00 (None) for Prefix
OD (CR) for Suffix
Set Prefix
Set Suffix
END
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AIM ID
AIM ID
AIM label identifiers (as opposed to custom characters you select yourself as with label identifiers) can be included with scanned bar code data.
AIM label identifiers consist of three characters as follows:
•
A close brace character (ASCII ‘]’), followed by...
•
A code character (see the table below), followed by
•
A modifier character (the modifier character is symbol dependent)
SYMBOLOGY
CHAR
SYMBOLOGY
CHAR
UPC/EAN
E
MSI/Plessey
M
Code 39
A
PDF 417 & Micro PDF 417
L
Codabar
F
RSS (RSS-14, RSS
Expanded
e
Interleaved.2 of 5
I
Standard 2 of 5
S
Code 93
G
ISBN
Xa
Code 128/EAN 128
C
a. ISBN (X with a 0 modifier character)
Figure 4-3. AIM ID
Prefix
Label ID
User Manual
AIM ID
Bar Code Data
Label ID
Suffix
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Data Editing
AIM ID — continued
START
STATE
BAR CODE
Disable AIM ID
Enable AIM ID
END
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Label ID
Label ID
A Label ID is a customizable code of up to two ASCII characters (00FF), used to identify a bar code (symbology) type. It can be appended
previous to or following the transmitted bar code data depending upon
how this option is enabled. This feature provides options for configuring
custom Label IDs individually per symbology. If you wish to program
the scanner to always include an industry standard label identifier for
ALL symbology types, see the previous feature, AIM ID.
To configure a Label ID:
1. Scan the START bar code.
2. Select Label ID position as either BEFORE or AFTER by scanning the appropriate bar code.
3. Scan a bar code to select the symbology for which you wish to configure a custom Label ID.
4. Determine the desired character(s) (you may choose either one or
two) which will represent the Label ID for the selected symbology.
Next, turn to the ASCII Chart on the inside back cover of this manual and find the equivalent hex digits associated with your choice
of Label ID. For example, if you wish to select an equal sign (=) as
a Label ID, the chart indicates its associated hex characters as 3D.
5. Turn to Appendix C, Alpha-Numeric Pad and scan the bar codes representing the hex characters determined in the previous step. For
the example given, the characters ‘0’, ‘0’, ‘3’ and ‘D’ would be
scanned. The two zeros scanned (‘0’, ‘0’) represent a selection of
“no character,” since this option allows for two Label ID characters. (Pad with zeros to enter four hex characters.)
6. Scan the END bar code to exit programming mode.
Figure 4-4. Label ID Position Options
Prefix
Label ID
Aim ID
Bar Code Data
Label ID
Suffix
OR
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Label ID — continued
START
OPTION
BAR CODE
Label ID
Transmission:
Disable
Label ID
Position:
Before Bar
Code Data
Label ID
Position: After
Bar Code Data
Set UPC-A
Label ID
Character(s)
DEFAULT SETTING FOR THIS FEATURE: A (41 hex)
Set UPC-A
w/P2 Addon
Label ID
Character(s) DEFAULT SETTING FOR THIS FEATURE: A (41 hex)
Set UPC-A
w/P5 Addon
Label ID
Character(s)
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DEFAULT SETTING FOR THIS FEATURE: A (41 hex)
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Label ID
Label ID — continued
START
OPTION
BAR CODE
Set UPC-A
w/C128 Addon
Label ID
Character(s) DEFAULT SETTING FOR THIS FEATURE: A (41 hex)
Set UPC-E
Label ID
Character(s)
Set UPC-E
w/P2 Addon
Label ID
Character(s)
Set UPC-E
w/P5 Addon
Label ID
Character(s)
DEFAULT SETTING FOR THIS FEATURE: E (45 hex)
DEFAULT SETTING FOR THIS FEATURE: E (45 hex)
DEFAULT SETTING FOR THIS FEATURE: E (45 hex)
Set UPC-E
w/C128 Addon
Label ID
Character(s) DEFAULT SETTING FOR THIS FEATURE: E (45 hex)
Set EAN-8
Label ID
Character(s)
Set EAN-8
w/P2 Addon
Label ID
Character(s)
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DEFAULT SETTING FOR THIS FEATURE: FF
(4646 hex)
DEFAULT SETTING FOR THIS FEATURE:
FF (4646 hex)
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Label ID — continued
START
OPTION
Set EAN-8
w/P5 Addon
Label ID
Character(s)
Set EAN-8
w/C128 Addon
Label ID
Character(s)
Set EAN-13
Label ID
Character(s)
BAR CODE
DEFAULT SETTING FOR THIS FEATURE:
FF (4646 hex)
DEFAULT SETTING FOR THIS FEATURE:
FF (4646 hex)
DEFAULT SETTING FOR THIS FEATURE: F (46 hex)
Set EAN-13
w/P2 Addon
Label ID
Character(s) DEFAULT SETTING FOR THIS FEATURE: F (46 hex)
Set EAN-13
w/P5 Addon
Label ID
Character(s) DEFAULT SETTING FOR THIS FEATURE: F (46 hex)
Set EAN-13
w/C128 Addon
Label ID
Character(s) DEFAULT SETTING FOR THIS FEATURE: F (46 hex)
Set ISBN
Label ID
Character(s)
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DEFAULT SETTING FOR THIS FEATURE: I (49 hex)
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Label ID
Label ID — continued
START
OPTION
Set GTIN
Label ID
Character(s)
BAR CODE
DEFAULT SETTING FOR THIS FEATURE: G (47 hex)
Set GTIN
w/P2 addon
Label ID
Character(s)
Set GTIN
w/P5 addon
Label ID
Character(s)
Set GTIN
w/C128 addon
Label ID
Character(s)
Set RSS-14
Label ID
Character(s)
Set RSS-14
Composite
Label ID
Character(s)
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DEFAULT SETTING FOR THIS FEATURE:
G2 (4732 hex)
DEFAULT SETTING FOR THIS FEATURE:
G5 (4735 hex)
DEFAULT SETTING FOR THIS FEATURE:
G8 (4738 hex)
DEFAULT SETTING FOR THIS FEATURE: R4
(5234 hex)
DEFAULT SETTING FOR THIS FEATURE:
5234 Hex (R4)
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Label ID — continued
START
OPTION
Set RSS
Expanded
Label ID
Character(s)
Set RSS
Expanded
Composite
Label ID
Character(s)
Set RSS
Limited
Label ID
Character(s)
Set RSS
Limited
Composite
Label ID
Character(s)
Set Code 39
Label ID
Character(s)
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BAR CODE
DEFAULT SETTING FOR THIS FEATURE: RX
(5258 hex)
DEFAULT SETTING FOR THIS FEATURE:
5258 Hex (RX)
DEFAULT SETTING FOR THIS FEATURE:
524C Hex (RL)
DEFAULT SETTING FOR THIS FEATURE:
524C Hex (RL)
DEFAULT SETTING FOR THIS FEATURE:
* (2A hex)
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Label ID
Label ID — continued
START
OPTION
BAR CODE
Set
Pharmacode 39
Label ID
Character(s) DEFAULT SETTING FOR THIS FEATURE: A (41 hex)
Set Code 128
Label ID
Character(s)
DEFAULT SETTING FOR THIS FEATURE: # (23 hex)
Set I 2 of 5
Label ID
Character(s)
DEFAULT SETTING FOR THIS FEATURE: i (69 hex)
Set
Codabar
Label ID
Character(s) DEFAULT SETTING FOR THIS FEATURE: % (25 hex)
Set
Code 93 Label
ID
Character(s) DEFAULT SETTING FOR THIS FEATURE: & (26 hex)
Set
Code 11 Label
ID
Character(s)
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DEFAULT SETTING FOR THIS FEATURE:
4345 Hex (CE)
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Label ID — continued
START
OPTION
Set
MSI/Plessey
Label ID
Character(s)
Set
Std 2 of 5
Label ID
Character(s)
Set
PDF 417
Label ID
Character(s)
BAR CODE
DEFAULT SETTING FOR THIS FEATURE:
@ (40 hex)
DEFAULT SETTING FOR THIS FEATURE: i (69 hex)
DEFAULT SETTING FOR THIS FEATURE: P (50 hex)
Set
Micro PDF 417
Label ID
Character(s) DEFAULT SETTING FOR THIS FEATURE: 6D50 Hex
(mP)
END
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Label ID
Case Conversion
This feature can convert scanned bar code data to either all lower case or
all upper case characters.
Case conversion affects ONLY scanned bar code data,
and does not affect Label ID, Prefix, Suffix, or other
appended data.
NOTE
START
MODE
BAR CODE
Disable
Convert to
Upper Case
Convert to
Lower Case
END
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Data Editing
Character Conversion
Character conversion is an eight byte configuration item. The eight
bytes are 4 character pairs represented in hexadecimal ASCII values. The
first character in the pair is the character that will be converted. The second character in the pair is the character to convert to. If the character
to convert in a pair is FF, then no conversion is done.
For example, if you have the character conversion configuration item set
to the following: 41423132FFFFFFFF
The first pair is 4142 or AB (41 hex is an ASCII capital A, 42 hex is an
ASCII capital B) and the second pair is 3132 or 12 (31 hex is an ASCII
1, 32 is an ASCII 2). The other two pairs are FFFF and FFFF.
With the label, AB12BA21, it would look as follows after the character
conversion: BB22BB22.
The A characters were converted to B characters and the 1 characters
were converted to 2 characters. Nothing is done with the last two character pairs, since they are all FF.
To set Character Conversion:
1. Scan the START bar code.
2. Scan the Character Conversion bar code.
3. Determine the desired string. Sixteen positions must be determined as in the above example. Next, turn to the ASCII Chart on
the inside back cover of this manual and find the equivalent hex
digits needed to fulfill the string.
4. Turn to Appendix C, Alpha-Numeric Pad and scan the bar codes representing the hex characters determined in the previous step.
5. Scan the END bar code to exit Programming Mode.
If less than the expected string of 16 characters are
selected, scan the END bar code twice to accept the
selections and exit Programming Mode.
NOTE
Scan the END bar code to exit programming mode.
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Label ID
Character Conversion — continued
START
MODE
Character
Conversion
BAR CODE
DEFAULT SETTING FOR THIS FEATURE:
FFFFFFFFFFFFFFFF hex (no conversion)
END
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Symbologies
The scanner supports the following symbologies (bar code types).
Options for each symbology are included in this chapter.
·UPC-A
·Pharmacode 39
·UPC-E
·Code 128 and EAN 128
·EAN-13
·Interleaved 2 of 5
·EAN-8
·Codabar
·RSS-14
·Code 93
·RSS Expanded
·Code 11
·RSS Limited
·MSI/Plessey
·Code 39
·Standard 2 of 5
2D Symbologies
·PDF 417
·Micro PDF 417
Factory Defaults — are indicated in bold text and are highlighted
with yellow throughout this section.
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Symbologies
UPC-A
The following options apply to the UPC-A symbology.
Disable/Enable UPC-A
When disabled, the scanner will not read UPC-A bar codes.
Check Digit Transmission
Enable this option to transmit the check digit along with UPC-A bar
code data.
Expand UPC-A to EAN-13
Expands UPC-A data to the EAN-13 data format. Selecting this feature
also changes the symbology ID to match those required for EAN-13.
System Number Transmission
This feature enables/disables transmission of UPC-A System Number.
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UPC-A — continued
START
STATE
BAR CODE
Disable UPC-A
Enable UPC-A
Don’t Send
Check Digit
Send
Check Digit
Don’t Expand
to EAN-13
Expand to
EAN-13
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Symbologies
UPC-A — continued
START
STATE
BAR CODE
Disable System Number
Transmission
Enable System
Number Transmission
END
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UPC-A
UPC-A — continued
UPC-A Minimum Reads
This feature specifies the minimum number of consecutive times a UPCA label must be decoded before it is accepted as good read.
START
READS
BAR CODE
Minimum =
1 Read
Minimum =
2 Reads
Minimum =
3 Reads
Minimum =
4 Reads
END
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Symbologies
UPC-A — continued
In-store Minimum Reads
This feature specifies the minimum number of consecutive times an instore printed label must be decoded before it is accepted as good read.
START
READS
BAR CODE
Minimum =
1 Read
Minimum =
2 Reads
Minimum =
3 Reads
Minimum =
4 Reads
END
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UPC-A — continued
Add-On Timer
This feature sets the period of time after a UPC-A label is decoded when
optional add-on reading is enabled.
START
STATE
BAR CODE
This item is used to set the timer value when optional
add-ons are enabled. The selectable range is from
010 to 300 mSec in 10 mSec increments. To configure this feature, scan the “START” bar code above to
place the unit in Programming Mode, then the “AddOn Timer,” followed by the three digits (zero padded)
from the Alphanumeric table in Appendix C, AlphaNumeric Pad representing the disired timer setting.
Exit programming mode by scanning the “END” bar
code below.
Add-On Timer
DEFAULT SETTING FOR THIS FEATURE:
007 (70 milliseconds)
END
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UPC-E
The following options apply to the UPC-E symbology.
Disable/Enable UPC-E
When disabled, the scanner will not read UPC-E bar codes.
Check Digit Transmission
Enable this option to transmit the check digit along with UPC-E bar
code data.
System Number
The System Number (SN) which is usually a zero (0) in the leading position can be optionally included (or not) with scanned bar code data.
Expand UPC-E to UPC-A
Enables/disables expansion of UPC-E labels to UPC-A.
Expand UPC-E to EAN13
Adds a leading zero to a UPC-E bar code which ‘expands’ the data to the
EAN-13 data format. Selecting this feature also changes the symbology
ID to match those required for EAN-13.
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UPC-E
UPC-E — continued
START
STATE
BAR CODE
Disable UPC-E
Enable UPC-E
Don’t Send
Check Digit
Send
Check Digit
Exclude System Number
Include System
Number
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Symbologies
UPC-E — continued
START
STATE
BAR CODE
Don’t Expand
UPC-E to
UPC-A
Expand UPC-E
to UPC-A
Don’t Expand
UPC-E to
EAN-13
Expand UPC-E
to EAN-13
END
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UPC-E
UPC-E — continued
Minimum Reads
This feature specifies the minimum number of consecutive times a UPCE label must be decoded before it is accepted as good read.
START
READS
BAR CODE
Minimum =
1 Read
Minimum =
2 Reads
Minimum =
3 Reads
Minimum =
4 Reads
END
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Symbologies
GTIN
The following options apply to the GTIN label data format.
Disable/Enable GTIN
When this feature is enabled, the scanner will translate UPC/EAN labels
to the 14 digit GTIN format.
START
STATE
BAR CODE
Disable GTIN
Enable GTIN
END
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EAN-13
EAN-13
The following options apply to the EAN-13 symbology.
Disable/Enable EAN-13
When disabled, the scanner will not read EAN-13 bar codes.
Check Digit Transmission
Enable this option to transmit the check digit along with EAN-13 bar
code data.
EAN-13 Flag 1 Character
Enables/disables transmission of an EAN/JAN13 Flag1 character.
ISBN
When enabled, this feature truncates the leading three digits from labels
that contain ISBN (International Standard Book Number). These codes
are used for books and magazines. Labels with ISBN codes start with
"978".
Example:
Bar code data:
“9789572222720”
Output:
“9572222724”
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Symbologies
EAN-13 — continued
START
STATE
BAR CODE
Disable EAN-13
Enable EAN-13
Don’t Send
Check Digit
Send
Check Digit
Don’t Transmit
EAN-13 Flag 1
Char
Transmit
EAN-13 Flag 1
Char
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EAN-13
EAN-13 — continued
START
STATE
BAR CODE
Disable ISBN
Enable ISBN
END
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Symbologies
EAN-13 — continued
Minimum Reads
This feature specifies the minimum number of consecutive times an
EAN-13 label must be decoded before it is accepted as good read.
START
READS
BAR CODE
Minimum =
1 Read
Minimum =
2 Reads
Minimum =
3 Reads
Minimum =
4 Reads
END
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EAN-8
EAN-8
The following options apply to the EAN-8 symbology.
Disable/Enable EAN-8
When disabled, the scanner will not read EAN-8 bar codes.
Check Digit Transmission
Enable this option to transmit the check Digit along with EAN-8 bar
code data.
START
STATE
BAR CODE
Disable EAN-8
Enable EAN-8
Don’t Send
Check Digit
Send
Check Digit
END
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Symbologies
EAN-8 — continued
Expand EAN-8 to EAN-13 — Expands EAN-8 data to the EAN-13
data format. Selecting this feature also changes the symbology ID to
match those required for EAN-13.
START
STATE
BAR CODE
Don’t Expand
to EAN-13
Expand to
EAN-13
END
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EAN-8
EAN-8 — continued
Minimum Reads
This feature specifies the minimum number of consecutive times an
EAN-8 label must be decoded before it is accepted as good read.
START
READS
BAR CODE
Minimum =
1 Read
Minimum =
2 Reads
Minimum =
3 Reads
Minimum =
4 Reads
END
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Symbologies
Add-ons
Add-ons (or supplemental characters) are commonly added to the end of
UPC/EAN bar codes. The scanner will read the add-ons if they are
enabled and in the field of view. Three add-on types are supported: 2digit, 5-digit and Code 128 add-ons. Supported options are:
None — This option directs the scanner to ignore add-on portion of a
UPC/EAN bar code but still read the main portion of the bar code.
2 Digits — The scanner will optionally read 2-digit add-ons with the
UPC/EAN label.
5 Digits — The scanner will optionally read 5-digit add-ons with the
UPC/EAN label.
Code 128 Add-on — The scanner will optionally read Code 128 add-
ons with the UPC/EAN label.
Contact Customer Support for advanced programming of
optional and conditional add-ons.
NOTE
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Add-ons
Add-ons — continued
START
STATE
BAR CODE
Disable
Optional 2Digit Add-ons
Enable Optional
2-Digit Add-ons
Disable
Optional 5Digit Add-ons
Enable Optional
5-Digit Add-ons
Disable
Optional Code
128 Add-ons
Enable Optional
Code 128
Add-ons
END
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Symbologies
RSS-14
The following options apply to the RSS-14 symbology.
Disable/Enable RSS-14
When this feature is disabled, the scanner will not read RSS-14 bar
codes.
UCC/EAN 128 Emulation
When enabled, RSS-14 bar codes will be translated to the UCC/EAN
128 label data format.
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RSS-14
RSS-14 — continued
START
STATE
BAR CODE
Disable
RSS-14
Enable RSS-14
Disable
UCC/EAN 128
Emulation
Enable
UCC/EAN 128
Emulation
END
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RSS-14 — continued
Minimum Reads
This feature specifies the minimum number of consecutive times an
RSS-14 label must be decoded before it is accepted as good read.
START
READS
BAR CODE
Minimum =
1 Read
Minimum =
2 Reads
Minimum =
3 Reads
Minimum =
4 Reads
END
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RSS-14
RSS-14 — continued
RSS-14 2D Component
This feature controls the requirement that a 2D label component be
decoded when an RSS-14 base label is decoded.
•
Enable — Requires that a 2D label component be decoded when
an RSS-14 base label is decoded.
•
Disable — Does NOT require a 2D label component to be
decoded when an RSS-14 base label is decoded.
START/END
STATE
BAR CODE
Disable
RSS-14 2D
Component
Enable RSS-14
2D Component
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Symbologies
RSS Expanded
The following options apply to the RSS Expanded symbology.
Disable/Enable RSS Expanded
When this feature is disabled, the scanner will not read RSS Expanded
bar codes.
UCC/EAN 128 Emulation
When enabled, RSS Expanded bar codes will be translated to the UCC/
EAN 128 label data format.
START
STATE
BAR CODE
Disable
RSS Expanded
Enable RSS
Expanded
Disable
UCC/EAN 128
Emulation
Enable
UCC/EAN 128
Emulation
END
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RSS Expanded
RSS Expanded — continued
Length Control
Fixed Length Decoding — When fixed length decoding is enabled,
the scanner will decode a bar code if the label length matches one of the
configurable fixed lengths.
Variable Length Decoding — When variable length decoding is
enabled, the scanner will decode a bar code if the label length falls in the
range of the configurable minimum and maximum length.
Configuring Fixed Length Decoding:
1. Scan the START bar code.
2. Scan the Fixed Length Decoding bar code.
3. Scan the END bar code.
4. Set Length 1 to the first fixed length by following the RSS
Expanded Length 1, Length 2 Programming Instructions below.
5. Set Length 2 to the second fixed length (or to ‘000’ if there is only
one fixed length) by following the RSS Expanded Length 1, Length
2 Programming Instructions below.
Configuring Variable Length Decoding:
1. Scan the START bar code.
2. Scan the Variable Length Decoding bar code.
3. Scan the END bar code.
4. Set Length 1 to the minimum length by following the RSS
Expanded Length 1, Length 2 Programming Instructions below.
5. Set Length 2 to the maximum length by following the RSS
Expanded Length 1, Length 2 Programming Instructions below.
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RSS Expanded — continued
START
MODE
BAR CODE
Variable
Length
Decoding
Fixed Length
Decoding
END
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RSS Expanded
RSS Expanded — continued
RSS Expanded Length 1, Length 2 Programming Instructions
1. Scan the START bar code.
2. Scan either the Set Length 1 or Set Length 2 bar code.
3. Turn to Appendix C, Alpha-Numeric Pad and scan the three digits
(zero padded) representing the length in decimal notation.
For RSS Expanded bar codes, only the data
characters are included in the length calculations.
NOTE
4. Scan the END bar code.
START
SETTING
BAR CODE
Set Length 1
DEFAULT SETTING FOR THIS FEATURE: 001
Set Length 2
DEFAULT SETTING FOR THIS FEATURE:
074 decimal
END
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Symbologies
RSS Expanded — continued
Minimum Reads
This feature specifies the minimum number of consecutive times an RSS
Expanded label must be decoded before it is accepted as good read.
START
READS
BAR CODE
Minimum =
1 Read
Minimum =
2 Reads
Minimum =
3 Reads
Minimum =
4 Reads
END
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RSS Expanded
RSS Expanded — continued
RSS Expanded 2D Component
This feature controls the requirement that a 2D label component be
decoded when an RSS Expanded base label is decoded.
•
Enable — Requires that a 2D label component be decoded when
an RSS Expanded base label is decoded.
•
Disable — Does NOT require a 2D label component to be
decoded when an RSS Expanded base label is decoded.
START/END
STATE
BAR CODE
Disable
RSS Expanded
2D Component
Enable RSS
Expanded 2D
Component
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Symbologies
RSS Limited
The following options apply to the RSS Limited symbology.
Disable/Enable RSS Limited
When this feature is disabled, the scanner will not read RSS Limited bar
codes.
UCC/EAN 128 Emulation
When enabled, RSS Limited bar codes will be translated to the UCC/
EAN 128 label data format.
START/END
STATE
BAR CODE
Disable
RSS Limited
Enable RSS
Limited
Disable
UCC/EAN 128
Emulation
Enable
UCC/EAN 128
Emulation
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RSS Limited
RSS Limited — continued
Minimum Reads
This feature specifies the minimum number of consecutive times an RSS
Limited label must be decoded before it is accepted as good read.
START/END
READS
BAR CODE
Minimum =
1 Read
Minimum =
2 Reads
Minimum =
3 Reads
Minimum =
4 Reads
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Symbologies
RSS Limited — continued
RSS Limited 2D Component
This feature controls the requirement that a 2D label component be
decoded when an RSS Limited base label is decoded.
•
Enable — Requires that a 2D label component be decoded when
an RSS Limited base label is decoded.
•
Disable — Does NOT require a 2D label component to be
decoded when an RSS Limited base label is decoded.
START/END
STATE
BAR CODE
Disable
RSS Limited
2D Component
Enable RSS
Limited 2D
Component
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PowerScan® 7000 SRI
Code 39
Code 39
The following options apply to the Code 39 symbology.
Disable/Enable Code 39
When this feature is disabled, the scanner will not read Code 39 bar
codes.
Check Character Calculation
When enabled, the scanner will calculate the check character of the
labels. Turn this option on only when a checksum is present in the Code
39 labels.
Check Character Transmit
Enable this option to transmit the check character with scanned bar code
data.
Start/Stop Characters
Enables/disables transmission of Code39 start and stop characters.
Code 39 Full ASCII
Enables/disables the translation of Code 39 characters to Code 39 fullASCII characters
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Symbologies
Code 39 — continued
START
STATE
BAR CODE
Disable
Code 39
Enable
Code 39
Disable
Check Char
Calculation
Enable
Check Char
Calculation
Disable
Check Char
Transmission
Enable
Check Char
Transmission
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Code 39
Code 39 — continued
START
STATE
BAR CODE
Don’t Transmit
Start/Stop
Characters
Transmit
Start/Stop
Characters
Disable
Code 39 Full
ASCII
Enable
Code 39 Full
ASCII
END
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Symbologies
Code 39 — continued
Length Control
Fixed Length Decoding — When fixed length decoding is enabled,
the scanner will decode a bar code if the label length matches one of the
configurable fixed lengths.
Variable Length Decoding — When variable length decoding is
enabled, the scanner will decode a bar code if the label length falls in the
range of the configurable minimum and maximum length.
Configuring Fixed Length Decoding:
1. Scan the START bar code.
2. Scan the Fixed Length Decoding bar code.
3. Scan the END bar code.
4. Set Length 1 to the first fixed length by following the Code 39
Length 1, Length 2 Programming Instructions below.
5. Set Length 2 to the second fixed length (or to ‘000’ if there is only
one fixed length) by following the Code 39 Length 1, Length 2 Programming Instructions below.
Configuring Variable Length Decoding:
1. Scan the START bar code.
2. Scan the Variable Length Decoding bar code.
3. Scan the END bar code.
4. Set Length 1 to the minimum length by following the Code 39
Length 1, Length 2 Programming Instructions below.
5. Set Length 2 to the maximum length by following the Code 39
Length 1, Length 2 Programming Instructions below.
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Code 39
Code 39 — continued
START
MODE
BAR CODE
Variable
Length
Decoding
Fixed Length
Decoding
END
User Manual
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Symbologies
Code 39 Length 1, Length 2 Programming
Instructions
1. Scan the START bar code.
2. Scan either the Set Length 1 or Set Length 2 bar code.
3. Turn to Appendix C, Alpha-Numeric Pad and scan the three digits
(zero padded) representing the length in decimal notation.
For Code 39 bar codes, all check, data and full ASCII
shift characters are included in the length calculations.
Start/Stop characters are not included.
NOTE
4. Scan the END bar code.
SETTING
BAR CODE
Set Length 1
DEFAULT SETTING FOR THIS FEATURE: 003
Set Length 2
DEFAULT SETTING FOR THIS FEATURE:
050 decimal
END
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Code 39
Code 39 — continued
Quiet Zones
This feature enables/disables the requirement that quiet zones must be
present for Code 39 bar codes.
START
STATE
BAR CODE
Don’t require
Quiet Zones
Require Quiet
Zones
END
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Symbologies
Code 39 — continued
Code 39 Stitching
Enables/disables stitching for Code 39 labels. When parts of a Code 39
bar code are presented to the scanner with this feature enabled, the bar
code parts will be assembled by the scanner’s software, and the data will
be decoded if all bar code proofing requirements are met.
START
STATE
BAR CODE
Disable
Code 39
Stitching
Enable
Code 39
Stitching
END
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Code 39
Code 39 — continued
Minimum Reads
This feature specifies the minimum number of consecutive times an
Code 39 label must be decoded before it is accepted as good read.
START
READS
BAR CODE
Minimum =
1 Read
Minimum =
2 Reads
Minimum =
3 Reads
Minimum =
4 Reads
END
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Symbologies
Pharmacode 39
The following options apply to the Pharmacode 39 symbology.
Disable/Enable Pharmacode 39
When this feature is disabled, the scanner will not read Pharmacode 39
bar codes.
START
STATE
BAR CODE
Disable
Pharmacode
39
Enable
Pharmacode 39
END
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Pharmacode 39
Pharmacode 39 — continued
Start/Stop Characters
Enables or disables transmission of Pharmacode 39 start/stop characters.
Check Character Transmit
Enable this option to transmit the check character with scanned bar code
data.
START
STATE
BAR CODE
Don’t Transmit Start/Stop
Characters
Transmit
Start/Stop
Characters
Disable
Check Char
Transmission
Enable
Check Char
Transmission
END
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Symbologies
Code 128 and EAN 128
The following options apply to the Code 128 and EAN 128 symbologies.
Code 128 — When this feature is disabled, the scanner will not read
Code 128 bar codes.
UCC/EAN 128 — Enables/disables ability of scanner to translate UCC/
EAN 128 labels to the Code 128 data format.
START
STATE
BAR CODE
Disable
Code 128
Enable
Code 128
Disable
UCC/EAN 128
Enable
UCC/EAN 128
END
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Code 128 and EAN 128
Code 128 and EAN 128 — continued
Transmit Function Characters
Enables/disables transmission of Code128 function characters 1, 2, 3,
and 4.
Function codes are transmitted as follows:
•
FNC1 = 80 hex
•
FNC2 = 81 hex
•
FNC3 = 82 hex
•
FNC4 = 83 hex
START
STATE
BAR CODE
Don’t Transmit Function
Characters
Transmit
Function
Characters
END
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Symbologies
Code 128 and EAN 128 — continued
Length Control
Fixed Length Decoding — When fixed length decoding is enabled,
the scanner will decode a bar code if the label length matches one of the
configurable fixed lengths.
Variable Length Decoding — When variable length decoding is
enabled, the scanner will decode a bar code if the label length falls in the
range of the configurable minimum and maximum length.
Configuring Fixed Length Decoding:
1. Scan the START bar code.
2. Scan the Fixed Length Decoding bar code.
3. Scan the END bar code.
4. Set Length 1 to the first fixed length by following the Code 128
Length 1, Length 2 Programming Instructions below.
5. Set Length 2 to the second fixed length (or to ‘000’ if there is only
one fixed length) by following the Code 128 Length 1, Length 2 Programming Instructions below.
Configuring Variable Length Decoding:
1. Scan the START bar code.
2. Scan the Variable Length Decoding bar code.
3. Scan the END bar code.
4. Set Length 1 to the minimum length by following the Code 128
Length 1, Length 2 Programming Instructions below.
5. Set Length 2 to the maximum length by following the Code 128
Length 1, Length 2 Programming Instructions below.
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Code 128 and EAN 128
Code 128 and EAN 128 — continued
START
MODE
BAR CODE
Variable
Length
Decoding
Fixed Length
Decoding
END
User Manual
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Symbologies
Code 128 and EAN 128 — continued
Code 128 Length 1, Length 2 Programming
Instructions
1. Scan the START bar code.
2. Scan either the Set Length 1 or Set Length 2 bar code.
3. Turn to Appendix C, Alpha-Numeric Pad and scan the three digits
(zero padded) representing the length in decimal notation.
For Code 128 bar codes, only the data characters are included in the length calculations.
NOTE
4. Scan the END bar code.
SETTING
BAR CODE
Set Length 1
DEFAULT SETTING FOR THIS FEATURE: 001
Set Length 2
DEFAULT SETTING FOR THIS FEATURE:
080 decimal
END
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Code 128 and EAN 128
Code 128 and EAN 128 — continued
Code 128 Stitching
Enables/disables stitching for Code 128 labels. When parts of a Code
128 bar code are presented to the scanner with this feature enabled, the
bar code parts will be assembled by the scanner’s software, and the data
will be decoded if all bar code proofing requirements are met.
START
STATE
BAR CODE
Disable
Code 128
Stitching
Enable
Code 128
Stitching
END
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Symbologies
Code 128 and EAN 128 — continued
Minimum Reads
This feature specifies the minimum number of consecutive times an
Code 128 label must be decoded before it is accepted as good read.
START
READS
BAR CODE
Minimum =
1 Read
Minimum =
2 Reads
Minimum =
3 Reads
Minimum =
4 Reads
END
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PowerScan® 7000 SRI
Interleaved 2 of 5
Interleaved 2 of 5
The following options apply to the Interleaved 2 of 5 (I 2 of 5) symbology.
Disable/Enable Interleaved 2 of 5
When this feature is disabled, the scanner will not read Interleaved 2 of 5
bar codes.
Check Digit Calculation
When enabled, the scanner will calculate the check digit of the labels.
Check Digit Transmit
Enable this option to transmit the check digit with scanned bar code
data.
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Symbologies
Interleaved 2 of 5 — continued
START
STATE
BAR CODE
Disable
Interleaved
2 of 5
Enable
Interleaved
2 of 5
Disable
Check Digit
Calculation
Enable
Check Digit
Calculation
Disable
Check Digit
Transmission
Enable
Check Digit
Transmission
END
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PowerScan® 7000 SRI
Interleaved 2 of 5
Interleaved 2 of 5 — continued
Length Control
Fixed Length Decoding — When fixed length decoding is enabled,
the scanner will decode a bar code if the label length matches one of the
configurable fixed lengths.
Variable Length Decoding — When variable length decoding is
enabled, the scanner will decode a bar code if the label length falls in the
range of the configurable minimum and maximum length.
Configuring Fixed Length Decoding:
1. Scan the START bar code.
2. Scan the Fixed Length Decoding bar code.
3. Scan the END bar code.
4. Set Length 1 to the first fixed length by following the Interleaved 2
of 5 Length 1, Length 2 Programming Instructions below.
5. Set Length 2 to the second fixed length (or to ‘000’ if there is only
one fixed length) by following the Interleaved 2 of 5 Length 1,
Length 2 Programming Instructions below.
Configuring Variable Length Decoding:
1. Scan the START bar code.
2. Scan the Variable Length Decoding bar code.
3. Scan the END bar code.
4. Set Length 1 to the minimum length by following the Interleaved 2
of 5 Length 1, Length 2 Programming Instructions below.
5. Set Length 2 to the maximum length by following the Interleaved 2
of 5 Length 1, Length 2 Programming Instructions below.
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Symbologies
Interleaved 2 of 5 — continued
START
MODE
BAR CODE
Variable
Length
Decoding
Fixed Length
Decoding
END
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PowerScan® 7000 SRI
Interleaved 2 of 5
Interleaved 2 of 5 — continued
Interleaved 2 of 5 Length 1, Length 2 Programming Instructions
1. Scan the START bar code.
2. Scan either the Set Length 1 or Set Length 2 bar code.
3. Turn to Appendix C, Alpha-Numeric Pad and scan the three digits
representing the length in decimal notation.
NOTE
For Interleaved 2 of 5 bar codes, lengths must
be an even number. Additionally, all check and
data characters are included in the length calculations.
4. Scan the END bar code.
START
SETTING
BAR CODE
Set Length 1
DEFAULT SETTING FOR THIS FEATURE: 006
Set Length 2
DEFAULT SETTING FOR THIS FEATURE:
050 decimal
END
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Symbologies
Interleaved 2 of 5 — continued
Interleaved 2 of 5 Stitching
Enables/disables stitching for Interleaved 2 of 5 labels. When parts of an
Interleaved 2 of 5 bar code are presented to the scanner with this feature
enabled, the bar code parts will be assembled by the scanner’s software,
and the data will be decoded if all bar code proofing requirements are
met.
START
STATE
BAR CODE
Disable
Interleaved 2
of 5
Stitching
Enable Interleaved 2 of 5
Stitching
END
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Interleaved 2 of 5
Interleaved 2 of 5 — continued
Minimum Reads
This feature specifies the minimum number of consecutive times an
Interleaved 2 of 5 label must be decoded before it is accepted as good
read.
START
READS
BAR CODE
Minimum =
1 Read
Minimum =
2 Reads
Minimum =
3 Reads
Minimum =
4 Reads
END
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Symbologies
Codabar
The following options apply to the Codabar symbology.
Disable/Enable Codabar
When this feature is disabled, the scanner will not read Codabar bar
codes.
Check Character Verification
When enabled, the scanner will verify the check character of the labels.
Check Character Transmit
Enable this option to transmit the check character with scanned bar code
data.
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Codabar
Codabar — continued
START
STATE
BAR CODE
Disable
Codabar
Enable
Codabar
Disable
Check Char
Verification
Enable
Check Char
Verification
Disable
Check Char
Transmission
Enable
Check Char
Transmission
END
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Symbologies
Codabar — continued
Length Control
Fixed Length Decoding — When fixed length decoding is enabled,
the scanner will decode a bar code if the label length matches one of the
configurable fixed lengths.
Variable Length Decoding — When variable length decoding is
enabled, the scanner will decode a bar code if the label length falls in the
range of the configurable minimum and maximum length.
Configuring Fixed Length Decoding:
1. Scan the START bar code.
2. Scan the Fixed Length Decoding bar code.
3. Scan the END bar code.
4. Set Length 1 to the first fixed length by following the Codabar
Length 1, Length 2 Programming Instructions below.
5. Set Length 2 to the second fixed length (or to ‘000’ if there is only
one fixed length) by following the Codabar Length 1, Length 2 Programming Instructions below.
Configuring Variable Length Decoding:
1. Scan the START bar code.
2. Scan the Variable Length Decoding bar code.
3. Scan the END bar code.
4. Set Length 1 to the minimum length by following the Codabar
Length 1, Length 2 Programming Instructions below.
5. Set Length 2 to the maximum length by following the Codabar
Length 1, Length 2 Programming Instructions below.
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Codabar
Codabar — continued
START
MODE
BAR CODE
Variable
Length
Decoding
Fixed Length
Decoding
END
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Symbologies
Codabar — continued
Codabar Length 1, Length 2 Programming
Instructions
1. Scan the START bar code.
2. Scan either the Set Length 1 or Set Length 2 bar code.
3. Turn to Appendix C, Alpha-Numeric Pad and scan the three digits
(zero padded) representing the length in decimal notation.
For Codabar bar codes, all start, stop, check
and data characters are included in the length
calculations.
NOTE
4. Scan the END bar code.
SETTING
BAR CODE
Set Length 1
DEFAULT SETTING FOR THIS FEATURE: 003
Set Length 2
DEFAULT SETTING FOR THIS FEATURE:
050 decimal
END
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PowerScan® 7000 SRI
Codabar
Codabar — continued
Quiet Zones
This feature enable/disables the requirement that quiet zones must be
present for Codabar bar codes.
START
STATE
BAR CODE
Don’t require
Quiet Zones
Require Quiet
Zones
END
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Symbologies
Codabar — continued
Start/Stop Character Type
Codabar has four pairs of Start/Stop patterns. Select one pair to match
your application.
Start/Stop Character Transmission
The transmission of start and end characters of Codabar is selected
below.
Start/Stop Character Match
This feature enables/disables the requirement that start and stop characters match.
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Codabar
Codabar — continued
START
STATE
BAR CODE
Start/Stop
Type: ABCD/
TN*E
Start/Stop
Type: ABCD/
ABCD
Start/Stop
Type: abcd/tn*e
Start/Stop
Type: abcd/
abcd
Disable
Start/Stop Char
Transmission
Enable
Start/Stop
Char
Transmission
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Symbologies
Codabar — continued
START
STATE
BAR CODE
Disable
Start/Stop
Char Match
Enable
Start/Stop Char
Match
END
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PowerScan® 7000 SRI
Codabar
Codabar — continued
Codabar Stitching
Enables/disables stitching for Codabar labels. When parts of a Codabar
label are presented to the scanner with this feature enabled, the bar code
parts will be assembled by the scanner’s software, and the data will be
decoded if all bar code proofing requirements are met.
START
STATE
BAR CODE
Disable
Codabar
Stitching
Enable
Codabar
Stitching
END
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Symbologies
Codabar — continued
Minimum Reads
This feature specifies the minimum number of consecutive times an
Codabar label must be decoded before it is accepted as good read.
START
READS
BAR CODE
Minimum =
1 Read
Minimum =
2 Reads
Minimum =
3 Reads
Minimum =
4 Reads
END
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PowerScan® 7000 SRI
Code 93
Code 93
The following options apply to the Code 93 symbology.
Disable/Enable Code 93
When this feature is disabled, the scanner will not read Code 93 bar
codes.
START
STATE
BAR CODE
Disable
Code 93
Enable
Code 93
END
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Symbologies
Code 93 — continued
Length Control
Fixed Length Decoding — When fixed length decoding is enabled,
the scanner will decode a bar code if the label length matches one of the
configurable fixed lengths.
Variable Length Decoding — When variable length decoding is
enabled, the scanner will decode a bar code if the label length falls in the
range of the configurable minimum and maximum length.
Configuring Fixed Length Decoding:
1. Scan the START bar code.
2. Scan the Fixed Length Decoding bar code.
3. Scan the END bar code.
4. Set Length 1 to the first fixed length by following the Code 93
Length 1, Length 2 Programming Instructions below.
5. Set Length 2 to the second fixed length (or to ‘000’ if there is only
one fixed length) by following the Code 93 Length 1, Length 2 Programming Instructions below.
Configuring Variable Length Decoding:
1. Scan the START bar code.
2. Scan the Variable Length Decoding bar code.
3. Scan the END bar code.
4. Set Length 1 to the minimum length by following the Code 93
Length 1, Length 2 Programming Instructions below.
5. Set Length 2 to the maximum length by following the Code 93
Length 1, Length 2 Programming Instructions below.
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PowerScan® 7000 SRI
Code 93
Code 93 — continued
START
MODE
BAR CODE
Variable
Length
Decoding
Fixed Length
Decoding
END
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Symbologies
Code 93 — continued
Code 93 Length 1, Length 2 Programming
Instructions
1. Scan the START bar code.
2. Scan either the Set Length 1 or Set Length 2 bar code.
3. Turn to Appendix C, Alpha-Numeric Pad and scan the three digits
(zero padded) representing the length in decimal notation.
For Code 93 bar codes, only the data characters
are included in the length calculations.
NOTE
4. Scan the END bar code.
SETTING
BAR CODE
Set Length 1
DEFAULT SETTING FOR THIS FEATURE: 001
Set Length 2
DEFAULT SETTING FOR THIS FEATURE:
050 decimal
END
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PowerScan® 7000 SRI
Code 93
Code 93 — continued
Code 93 Stitching
Enables/disables stitching for Code 93 bar codes. When parts of a Code
93 label are presented to the scanner with this feature enabled, the bar
code parts will be assembled by the scanner’s software, and the data will
be decoded if all bar code proofing requirements are met.
START
STATE
BAR CODE
Disable
Code 93
Stitching
Enable
Code 93
Stitching
END
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Symbologies
Code 93 — continued
Minimum Reads
This feature specifies the minimum number of consecutive times an
Code 93 label must be decoded before it is accepted as good read.
START
READS
BAR CODE
Minimum =
1 Read
Minimum =
2 Reads
Minimum =
3 Reads
Minimum =
4 Reads
END
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PowerScan® 7000 SRI
Code 11
Code 11
The following options apply to the Code 11 symbology.
Disable/Enable Code 11
When this feature is disabled, the scanner will not read Code 11 bar
codes.
START/END
STATE
BAR CODE
Disable
Code 11
Enable
Code 11
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Symbologies
Code 11 — continued
Number of Check Characters
Specifies the number of Code 11 check characters (one or two) to be calculated and verified.
Check Character Transmit
Enables/disables transmission of Code 11 check characters.
START/END
STATE
BAR CODE
One Check
Character
Two Check
Characters
Disable
Check Char
Transmission
Enable
Check Char
Transmission
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PowerScan® 7000 SRI
Code 11
Code 11 — continued
Length Control
Fixed Length Decoding — When fixed length decoding is enabled,
the scanner will decode a bar code if the label length matches one of the
configurable fixed lengths.
Variable Length Decoding — When variable length decoding is
enabled, the scanner will decode a bar code if the label length falls in the
range of the configurable minimum and maximum length.
Configuring Fixed Length Decoding:
1. Scan the START/END bar code.
2. Scan the Fixed Length Decoding bar code.
3. Scan the START/END bar code.
4. Set Length 1 to the first fixed length by following the Code 11
Length 1, Length 2 Programming Instructions.
5. Set Length 2 to the second fixed length (or to ‘000’ if there is only
one fixed length) by following the Code 11 Length 1, Length 2 Programming Instructions.
Configuring Variable Length Decoding:
1. Scan the START/END bar code.
2. Scan the Variable Length Decoding bar code.
3. Scan the START/END bar code.
4. Set Length 1 to the minimum length by following the Code 11
Length 1, Length 2 Programming Instructions.
5. Set Length 2 to the maximum length by following the Code 11
Length 1, Length 2 Programming Instructions.
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Symbologies
Code 11 — continued
START/END
MODE
BAR CODE
Variable
Length
Decoding
Fixed Length
Decoding
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PowerScan® 7000 SRI
Code 11
Code 11 — continued
Code 11 Length 1, Length 2 Programming
Instructions
1. Scan the START/END bar code.
2. Scan either the Set Length 1 or Set Length 2 bar code.
3. Turn to Appendix C, Alpha-Numeric Pad and scan the three digits
(zero padded) representing the length in decimal notation.
For Code 11 bar codes, only the data characters
are included in the length calculations.
NOTE
4. Scan the START/END bar code.
START/END
SETTING
BAR CODE
Set Length 1
DEFAULT SETTING FOR THIS FEATURE: 004
Set Length 2
DEFAULT SETTING FOR THIS FEATURE:
050 decimal
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Symbologies
Code 11 — continued
Minimum Reads
This feature specifies the minimum number of consecutive times an
Code 11 label must be decoded before it is accepted as good read.
START/END
READS
BAR CODE
Minimum =
1 Read
Minimum =
2 Reads
Minimum =
3 Reads
Minimum =
4 Reads
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PowerScan® 7000 SRI
MSI/Plessey
MSI/Plessey
The following options apply to the MSI/Plessey symbology.
Disable/Enable MSI/Plessey
When this feature is disabled, the scanner will not read MSI/Plessey bar
codes.
Check Digit Verification
This feature specifies whether one or two check digits are to be calculated and verified.
Check Digit Transmit
When this option is enabled, the scanner will transmit one-digit or twodigit check digits, depending upon the setting for check digit verification.
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Symbologies
MSI/Plessey — continued
START
STATE
BAR CODE
Disable
MSI/Plessey
Enable
MSI/Plessey
Disable
Check Digit
Verification
Enable
Check Digit
Verification
³
1-Digit
Check Digit
Verification
2-Digit
Check Digit
Verification
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MSI/Plessey
MSI/Plessey — continued
START
STATE
BAR CODE
Disable
Check Digit
Transmission
Enable
Check Digit
Transmission
END
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Symbologies
MSI/Plessey — continued
Length Control
Fixed Length Decoding — When fixed length decoding is enabled,
the scanner will decode a bar code if the label length matches one of the
configurable fixed lengths.
Variable Length Decoding — When variable length decoding is
enabled, the scanner will decode a bar code if the label length falls in the
range of the configurable minimum and maximum length.
Configuring Fixed Length Decoding:
1. Scan the START bar code.
2. Scan the Fixed Length Decoding bar code.
3. Scan the END bar code.
4. Set Length 1 to the first fixed length by following the MSI/Plessey
Length 1, Length 2 Programming Instructions below.
5. Set Length 2 to the second fixed length (or to ‘000’ if there is only
one fixed length) by following the MSI/Plessey Length 1, Length 2
Programming Instructions below.
Configuring Variable Length Decoding:
1. Scan the START bar code.
2. Scan the Variable Length Decoding bar code.
3. Scan the END bar code.
4. Set Length 1 to the minimum length by following the MSI/Plessey
Length 1, Length 2 Programming Instructions below.
5. Set Length 2 to the maximum length by following the MSI/Plessey
Length 1, Length 2 Programming Instructions below.
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MSI/Plessey
MSI/Plessey — continued
START
MODE
BAR CODE
Variable
Length
Decoding
Fixed Length
Decoding
END
User Manual
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Symbologies
MSI/Plessey — continued
MSI/Plessey Length 1, Length 2 Programming Instructions
1. Scan the START bar code.
2. Scan either the Set Length 1 or Set Length 2 bar code.
3. Turn to Appendix C, Alpha-Numeric Pad and scan the three digits
(zero padded) representing the length in decimal notation.
For MSI/Plessey bar codes, all check and data
characters are included in the length calculations.
NOTE
Scan the END bar code.
SETTING
BAR CODE
Set Length 1
DEFAULT SETTING FOR THIS FEATURE: 004
Set Length 2
DEFAULT SETTING FOR THIS FEATURE:
016 decimal
END
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MSI/Plessey
MSI/Plessey — continued
MSI/Plessey Stitching
Enables/disables stitching for MSI/Plessey bar codes. When parts of an
MSI/Plessey label are presented to the scanner with this feature enabled,
the bar code parts will be assembled by the scanner’s software, and the
data will be decoded if all bar code proofing requirements are met.
START
STATE
BAR CODE
Disable
MSI/Plessey
Stitching
Enable
MSI/Plessey
Stitching
END
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Symbologies
MSI/Plessey — continued
Minimum Reads
This feature specifies the minimum number of consecutive times an
MSI/Plessey label must be decoded before it is accepted as good read.
START
READS
BAR CODE
Minimum =
1 Read
Minimum =
2 Reads
Minimum =
3 Reads
Minimum =
4 Reads
END
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PowerScan® 7000 SRI
MSI/Plessey
Standard 2 of 5
The following options apply to the Standard 2 of 5 symbology.
Disable/Enable Standard 2 of 5
When this feature is disabled, the scanner will not read Standard 2 of 5
bar codes.
Check Digit Verification
When enabled, the scanner will verify the check digit of the labels.
Check Digit Transmit
When this option is enabled, the scanner will transmit the check digit.
User Manual
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Symbologies
Standard 2 of 5 — continued
START
STATE
BAR CODE
Disable
Std 2 of 5
Enable
Std 2 of 5
Disable
Check Digit
Verification
Enable
Check Digit
Verification
Disable
Check Digit
Transmission
Enable
Check Digit
Transmission
END
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MSI/Plessey
Standard 2 of 5 — continued
Length Control
Fixed Length Decoding — When fixed length decoding is enabled,
the scanner will decode a bar code if the label length matches one of the
configurable fixed lengths.
Variable Length Decoding — When variable length decoding is
enabled, the scanner will decode a bar code if the label length falls in the
range of the configurable minimum and maximum length.
Configuring Fixed Length Decoding:
1. Scan the START bar code.
2. Scan the Fixed Length Decoding bar code.
3. Scan the END bar code.
4. Set Length 1 to the first fixed length by following the Standard 2 of
5 Length 1, Length 2 Programming Instructions below.
5. Set Length 2 to the second fixed length (or to ‘000’ if there is only
one fixed length) by following the Standard 2 of 5 Length 1, Length 2
Programming Instructions below.
Configuring Variable Length Decoding:
1. Scan the START bar code.
2. Scan the Variable Length Decoding bar code.
3. Scan the END bar code.
4. Set Length 1 to the minimum length by following the Standard 2
of 5 Length 1, Length 2 Programming Instructions below.
5. Set Length 2 to the maximum length by following the Standard 2
of 5 Length 1, Length 2 Programming Instructions below.
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Symbologies
Standard 2 of 5 — continued
START
MODE
BAR CODE
Variable
Length
Decoding
Fixed Length
Decoding
END
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PowerScan® 7000 SRI
MSI/Plessey
Standard 2 of 5 — continued
Standard 2 of 5 Length 1, Length 2 Programming Instructions
1. Scan the START bar code.
2. Scan either the Set Length 1 or Set Length 2 bar code.
3. Turn to Appendix C, Alpha-Numeric Pad and scan the three digits
(zero padded) representing the length in decimal notation.
For Standard 2 of 5 bar codes, all check and
data characters are included in the length calculations.
NOTE
4. Scan the END bar code.
SETTING
BAR CODE
Set Length 1
DEFAULT SETTING FOR THIS FEATURE: 008
Set Length 2
DEFAULT SETTING FOR THIS FEATURE:
050 decimal
END
User Manual
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Symbologies
Standard 2 of 5 — continued
Standard 2 of 5 Stitching
Enables/disables stitching for Standard 2 of 5 bar codes. When parts of a
Standard 2 of 5 label are presented to the scanner with this feature
enabled, the bar code parts will be assembled by the scanner’s software,
and the data will be decoded if all bar code proofing requirements are
met.
START
STATE
BAR CODE
Disable
Std 2 of 5
Stitching
Enable
Std 2 of 5
Stitching
END
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MSI/Plessey
Standard 2 of 5 — continued
Minimum Reads
This feature specifies the minimum number of consecutive times a Standard 2 of 5 label must be decoded before it is accepted as good read.
START
READS
BAR CODE
Minimum =
1 Read
Minimum =
2 Reads
Minimum =
3 Reads
Minimum =
4 Reads
END
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Symbologies
PDF 417
The following options apply to the PDF 417 symbology.
Disable/Enable PDF 417
When this feature is disabled, the scanner will not read PDF 417 bar
codes.
START
STATE
BAR CODE
Disable
PDF417
Enable
PDF 417
END
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PDF 417
PDF 417 — continued
Length Control
Fixed Length Decoding — When fixed length decoding is enabled,
the scanner will decode a bar code if the label length matches one of the
configurable fixed lengths.
Variable Length Decoding — When variable length decoding is
enabled, the scanner will decode a bar code if the label length falls in the
range of the configurable minimum and maximum length.
Configuring Fixed Length Decoding:
1. Scan the START bar code.
2. Scan the Fixed Length Decoding bar code.
3. Scan the END bar code.
4. Set Length 1 to the first fixed length by following the PDF 417
Length 1, Length 2 Programming Instructions below.
5. Set Length 2 to the second fixed length (or to ‘0000’ if there is
only one fixed length) by following the PDF 417 Length 1, Length 2
Programming Instructions below.
Configuring Variable Length Decoding:
1. Scan the START bar code.
2. Scan the Variable Length Decoding bar code.
3. Scan the END bar code.
4. Set Length 1 to the minimum length by following the PDF 417
Length 1, Length 2 Programming Instructions below.
5. Set Length 2 to the maximum length by following the PDF 417
Length 1, Length 2 Programming Instructions below.
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Symbologies
PDF 417 — continued
START
MODE
BAR CODE
Variable
Length
Decoding
Fixed Length
Decoding
END
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PowerScan® 7000 SRI
PDF 417
PDF 417 — continued
PDF 417 Length 1, Length 2 Programming
Instructions
1. Scan the START bar code.
2. Scan either the Set Length 1 or Set Length 2 bar code.
3. Turn to Appendix C, Alpha-Numeric Pad and scan the three digits
(zero padded) representing the length in decimal notation.
For PDF 417 bar codes, only the data characters
are included in the length calculations.
NOTE
Scan the END bar code.
SETTING
BAR CODE
Set Length 1
DEFAULT SETTING FOR THIS FEATURE: 001
Set Length 2
DEFAULT SETTING FOR THIS FEATURE:
600 decimal
END
User Manual
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Symbologies
PDF 417 — continued
Minimum Reads
This feature specifies the minimum number of consecutive times a PDF
417 label must be decoded before it is accepted as good read.
START
READS
BAR CODE
Minimum =
1 Read
Minimum =
2 Reads
Minimum =
3 Reads
Minimum =
4 Reads
END
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PowerScan® 7000 SRI
Micro PDF 417
Micro PDF 417
The following options apply to the Micro PDF 417 symbology.
Disable/Enable Micro PDF 417
When this feature is disabled, the scanner will not read Micro PDF 417
bar codes.
START/END
STATE
BAR CODE
Disable
Micro PDF417
Enable
Micro PDF 417
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Symbologies
Micro PDF 417 — continued
PDF 128 Emulation
Depending upon the other configuration features listed below, this feature specifies which AIM ID to use for Micro PDF 417 labels when performing EAN 128 or Code 128 emulation.
•
If this feature (PDF 128 Emulation) is enabled, and the feature AIM
ID is enabled while the scanner is performing EAN 128 or Code
128 emulation for a Micro PDF 417 label, the appropriate EAN
128 or Code 128 AIM ID is appended to the label data.
•
If this feature (PDF 128 Emulation) is disabled, and the feature AIM
ID is enabled while the scanner is performing EAN 128 or Code
128 emulation for a Micro PDF 417 label, the Micro PDF 417
AIM ID is appended to the label data.
•
If this feature (PDF 128 Emulation) is enabled, and the feature AIM
ID is disabled while the scanner is performing EAN 128 or Code
128 emulation for a Micro PDF 417 label, the label type is
changed to either EAN 128 or Code 128 as applicable.
•
If this feature (PDF 128 Emulation) is disabled, and the feature AIM
ID is disabled while the scanner is performing EAN 128 or Code
128 emulation for a Micro PDF 417 label, the label type remains
Micro PDF 417.
START/END
STATE
BAR CODE
Disable PDF
128 Emulation
Enable
PDF 128
Emulation
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Micro PDF 417
Micro PDF 417 — continued
Length Control
Fixed Length Decoding — When fixed length decoding is enabled,
the scanner will decode a bar code if the label length matches one of the
configurable fixed lengths.
Variable Length Decoding — When variable length decoding is
enabled, the scanner will decode a bar code if the label length falls in the
range of the configurable minimum and maximum length.
Configuring Fixed Length Decoding:
1. Scan the START/END bar code.
2. Scan the Fixed Length Decoding bar code.
3. Scan the START/END bar code.
4. Set Length 1 to the first fixed length by following the Micro PDF
417 Length 1, Length 2 Programming Instructions.
5. Set Length 2 to the second fixed length (or to ‘000’ if there is only
one fixed length) by following the Micro PDF 417 Length 1, Length 2
Programming Instructions.
Configuring Variable Length Decoding:
1. Scan the START/END bar code.
2. Scan the Variable Length Decoding bar code.
3. Scan the START/END bar code.
4. Set Length 1 to the minimum length by following the Micro PDF
417 Length 1, Length 2 Programming Instructions.
5. Set Length 2 to the maximum length by following the Micro PDF
417 Length 1, Length 2 Programming Instructions.
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Symbologies
Micro PDF 417 — continued
START/END
MODE
BAR CODE
Variable
Length
Decoding
Fixed Length
Decoding
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Micro PDF 417
Micro PDF 417 — continued
Micro PDF 417 Length 1, Length 2 Programming Instructions
1. Scan the START/END bar code.
2. Scan either the Set Length 1 or Set Length 2 bar code.
3. Turn to Appendix C, Alpha-Numeric Pad and scan the three digits
(zero padded) representing the length in decimal notation.
For Micro PDF 417 bar codes, only the data
characters are included in the length calculations.
NOTE
Scan the START/END bar code.
START/END
SETTING
BAR CODE
Set Length 1
DEFAULT SETTING FOR THIS FEATURE: 001
Set Length 2
DEFAULT SETTING FOR THIS FEATURE:
366 decimal
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Symbologies
Micro PDF 417 — continued
Minimum Reads
This feature specifies the minimum number of consecutive times a
Micro PDF 417 label must be decoded before it is accepted as good read.
START/END
READS
BAR CODE
Minimum =
1 Read
Minimum =
2 Reads
Minimum =
3 Reads
Minimum =
4 Reads
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Appendix A
Product Specifications
Optical and Read Performance
Parameters
Parameter
Scanning Width
Minimum Resolution
Depth of Field
(75% read rate; 90% PCS;
Code 39 with 2.5:1 W/N
ratio except for 13 mils)
Specification
2” wide at 1” from scanner
6” wide at 7” from scanner
4mil minimum element size
(at some distance, no implied DOF)
5 mil — 3 to 6”/7.6 to 15.2 cm
7.5 mil — 2 to 16”/5.1 to 40.6 cm
10 mil — 1.5 to 22”/3.8 to 55.9 cm
13 mil — 1 to 30”/2.5 to 76.2 cm
20 mil — 1 to 42”/2.5 to 106.7 cm
55 mil — 2 to 80”/5.1 to 203.2 cm
Minimum distance determined by symbol
length and scan angle. Printing resolution, contrast and ambient light dependent.
13 mil DOF based on UPC. All others are Code
39. All labels grade A, minimum illumination:
300 Lux, 20° C, label perpendicular to the optical axis.
Minimum Print Contrast Ratio
20%
Skewa (Yaw)
± 60°
Pitcha.
± 65°
Rolla.
± 40°
a. DOF will be reduced whenever the label is not perpendicular to the optical
axis.
User Manual
A-1
Physical Properties
Parameter
Specification
Dimensions (Typical):
Height
7.5”/190 mm
Length
4.5”/115 mm
Width
3.0”/75 mm
Weight
10 ounces/284 g (without cable)
Voltage Requirements
+4 to 14 VDC +/- 5%
Electrical Parameters
Parameter
Specification
Input Voltage
Input Power
Maximum Operating Power
Typical Operating Power
Typical Standby Power
Input Current
Maximum Operating Current
Typical Operating Current
Typical Standby Current
Sleep Mode Current
A-2
+4 to 14 VDC
2.4 W
1.4 W
1w
480 mA @ 5VDC
270 mA @ 5VDC
210 mA @ 5VDC
Less than 1 mA
4600
Environmental Parameters
Environmental Parameters
Parameter
Mechanical Shock
Contaminants
Spray/rain
Dust/particulate
Specification
50 drops from 6.5 feet (2 meters) to concrete
-22° F to 122° F (-30° C to +50° C)
Scanners:
Spray/rain — IEC 529-IPX5
Dust/particulate — IEC 529-IP6X
Base Stations and Charger:
Spray/rain — IEC 529-IPX4
Dust/particulate — IEC 529-IP5X
Temperature Ranges:
Operating
-22° F to +122° F (-30° C to +50° C) Corded
-4° F to +122° F (-20° C to +50° C) RF
Storage
-40° F to +140° F (-40° C to + 60°C)
Humidity
Beeper/Speaker
Vibration
User Manual
0 to 95% non-condensing
87 dBA for operator at a distance of 19” (50cm)
Meets MIL-STD-810F
A-3
NOTES
A-4
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Appendix B
Cable Pinouts
Standard Cable Pinouts (Primary
Interface Cables)
RS-232
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
CTS
RTS
RXD
TXD
10 Position RJ
Pin 1
(Scanner End)
VCC IN
GND
IBM Port 5B/9B/17
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
10 Position RJ
DATA DATA +
Pin 1
(Scanner End)
VCC_IN
GND
User Manual
B-1
Cable Pinouts
IBM USB
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
10 Position RJ
DD+
Pin 1
(Scanner End)
VIN
GND
USB & USB Keyboard
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
10 Position RJ
DD+
Pin 1
(Scanner End)
VBUS_VIN
GND
Wand Emulation
1
2
3 WAND~
4
5
6
7
8 VCC_IN
9 GND
10
B-2
10 Position RJ
Pin 1
(Scanner End)
PowerScan® 7000 SRI
Standard Cable Pinouts (Primary Interface Cables)
Keyboard Wedge
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
KB_DATA
AT_CLK
KB_CLK
AT_DATA
10 Position RJ
Pin 1
(Scanner End)
VCC_IN
GND
User Manual
B-3
Cable Pinouts
NOTES
B-4
PowerScan® 7000 SRI
Appendix C
Alpha-Numeric Pad
A
B
C
D
E
F
User Manual
C-1
Alpha-Numeric Pad
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
0
C-2
PowerScan® 7000 SRI
Appendix D
Default Settings
Standard Feature Defaults
The table immediately below lists the default settings for the standard
RS-232 interface.
Feature
Std.
RS-232
Setting
Double Read Timeout
.4 Second
2-1
Powerdown Timeout
Disable
2-3
Power On Alert
Enable
2-5
After Decode
2-7
Good Read Beep
Control
Enable
2-8
Good Read Beep Frequency
Medium
2-9
Good Read Beep
Length
80 msec
2-10
Good Read Beep Volume
High
2-12
Scan Mode
Single
2-13
Active Scanning Time
5 Seconds
2-15
Laser Pointer Control
Disable
2-17
Good Read: When to
Indicate
User Manual
Interface-Specific
Exceptions
Page #
D-1
Feature
Std.
RS-232
Setting
Interface-Specific
Exceptions
Page #
Interface as required
IBM Default:
IBM Port 9B
Interface Selection
RS-232 Std.
Wincor/Nixdorf Default:
RS-232-WN
3-4
Keyboard Wedge
Default:
USB Keyboard
Host Commands
Obey Host
Commands
3-9
IBM:
Buffers=1
Host Transmission
Buffers
Buffers=2
Baud Rate
9600 Baud
3-10
Data Bits
8 Data Bits
3-12
Stop Bits
1 Stop Bit
3-12
3-9
Wincor/Nixdorf:
Buffers=1
Parity=None
Wincor/Nixdorf:
Parity=Odd
3-12
Hardware Flow Control
Disable
Wincor/Nixdorf:
CTS Flow Control
3-14
Intercharacter Delay
No Delay
3-14
Software Flow Control
Disable
3-14
Host Echo
Disable
3-18
Host Echo Quiet Interval
10 msec
3-18
Signal Voltage: Normal/TTL
Normal
RS-232
3-18
Parity
D-2
PowerScan® 7000 SRI
Standard Feature Defaults
Feature
Std.
RS-232
Setting
RS-232 Invert
Disable
3-18
Beep on ASCII BEL
Enable
3-21
Beep on Not on File
Enable
3-21
ACK NAK Options
Disable
3-22
ACK Character
ACK
3-24
NAK Character
!
3-25
Retry on ACK NAK
Timeout
Enable
3-26
ACK NAK Timeout
Value
200 msec
3-27
3
3-28
ACK NAK Error Handling
Ignore Errors
Detected
3-29
Transmission Failure
Indication
Enable
3-30
ACK NAK Retry Count
Interface-Specific
Exceptions
Page #
IBM-USB Device
usage
—
IBM-USB: Configure as
Handheld Scanner
3-31
IBM Transmit Labels
in Code 39 Format
—
IBM: Disable
3-32
Wand Emulation:
Bar/Space Polarity
—
Wand Emulation: Bar/
Space = High/Low
3-34
Wand Emulation:
Wand Idle State
—
Wand Emulation: Low
3-34
Wand Emulation:
Signal Speed
—
Wand Emulation:
660 msec
3-36
Wand Emulation:
Transmit Leading
Noise
—
Wand Emulation:
Enable
3-37
User Manual
D-3
Std.
RS-232
Setting
Interface-Specific
Exceptions
Page #
Wand Emulation:
Transmit Trailing
Noise
—
Wand Emulation:
Enable
3-38
Wand Emulation:
Symbology Conversion
—
Wand Emulation:
No Conversion
3-39
Keyboard Wedge/
USB Keyboard:
Keyboard Layout
—
KBW/USB KB: USA
3-41
Keyboard Wedge/
USB Keyboard:
Caps Lock State
—
KBW/USB KB: Disable
3-45
Keyboard Wedge/
USB Keyboard:
Keyboard Simulation
—
KBW/USB KB: Disable
3-46
Keyboard Wedge/
USB Keyboard:
Control Characters
—
KBW/USB KB: Disable
3-46
Keyboard Wedge/
USB Keyboard:
Wedge Quiet Interval
—
KBW/USB KB:
100 msec
3-48
Keyboard Wedge/
USB Keyboard:
Intercharacter Delay
—
KBW/USB KB:
10 msec
3-49
Feature
Global Prefix
None
Global Suffix
CR
AIM ID
Label ID
UPC-A Label ID
D-4
4-2
IBM: No Suffix
Disable
Label ID
Position:
Before Bar
Code Data
A
4-2
4-5
IBM: Disable
Keyboard Wedge:
Disable
4-7
4-8
PowerScan® 7000 SRI
Standard Feature Defaults
Feature
Std.
RS-232
Setting
Interface-Specific
Exceptions
Page #
UPC-A w/P2 Addon
Label ID
A
4-8
UPC-A w/P5 Addon
Label ID
A
4-8
UPC-A w/C128 Addon
Label ID
A
4-9
UPC-E Label ID
E
UPC-E w/P2 Addon
Label ID
E
4-9
UPC-E w/P5 Addon
Label ID
E
4-9
UPC-E w/C128 Addon
Label ID
E
4-9
EAN-8 Label ID
FF
EAN-8 w/P2 Addon
Label ID
FF
4-9
EAN-8 w/P5 Addon
Label ID
FF
4-10
EAN-8 w/C128 Addon
Label ID
FF
4-10
EAN-13 Label ID
F
EAN-13 w/P2 Addon
Label ID
F
4-10
EAN-13 w/P5 Addon
Label ID
F
4-10
EAN-13 w/C128
Addon Label ID
F
4-10
User Manual
Wincor/Nixdorf:
‘C’
Wincor/Nixdorf:
‘B’
Wincor/Nixdorf:
‘F’
4-9
4-9
4-10
D-5
Std.
RS-232
Setting
Interface-Specific
Exceptions
Page #
ISBN Label ID
I
Wincor/Nixdorf:
‘A’
4-10
GTIN Label ID
G
4-11
GTIN w/P2 addon
Label ID
G2
4-11
GTIN w/P5 addon
Label ID
G5
4-11
GTIN w/C128 addon
Label ID
G8
4-11
RSS-14 Label ID
R4
Wincor/Nixdorf:
‘E’
4-11
RSS-14 Composite
Label ID
R4
Wincor/Nixdorf:
‘E’
4-11
RSS Expanded Label
ID
RX
Wincor/Nixdorf:
‘E’
4-12
RSS Expanded Composite Label ID
RX
Wincor/Nixdorf:
‘E’
4-12
RSS Limited Label ID
RL
Wincor/Nixdorf:
‘E’
4-12
RSS Limited Composite Label ID
RL
Wincor/Nixdorf:
‘E’
4-12
Feature
Code 39 Label ID
*
4-12
Pharmacode 39 Label
ID
A
4-13
Code 128 Label ID
#
Wincor/Nixdorf:
‘K’
4-13
I 2 of 5 Label ID
i
Wincor/Nixdorf:
‘I’
4-13
Codabar Label ID
%
Wincor/Nixdorf:
‘N’
4-13
D-6
PowerScan® 7000 SRI
Standard Feature Defaults
Std.
RS-232
Setting
Interface-Specific
Exceptions
Page #
Code 93 Label ID
&
Wincor/Nixdorf:
“L’
4-13
Code 11 Label ID
CE
MSI/Plessey Label ID
@
Wincor/Nixdorf:
‘O’
4-14
Std 2 of 5 Label ID
i
Wincor/Nixdorf:
‘H’
4-14
PDF 417 Label ID
P
Wincor/Nixdorf:
‘Q’
4-14
Feature
Micro PDF 417 Label
ID
4-13
mP
4-14
Disable
4-15
Character Conversion
No
Conversion
4-16
Disable/Enable UPCA
Enable
5-2
UPC-A Check Digit
Transmission
Send Check
Digit
5-2
Expand UPC-A to
EAN-13
Don’t
Expand to
EAN-13
5-2
System Number
Transmission
Enable
5-2
UPC-A Minimum
Reads
1
5-5
In-store Minimum
Reads
1
5-6
Add-On Timer
70 msec
5-7
Disable/Enable UPCE
Enable
5-8
Case Conversion
User Manual
D-7
Feature
Std.
RS-232
Setting
Check Digit Transmission
Send Check
Digit
5-8
System Number
Exclude System Number
5-8
Expand UPC-E to
UPC-A
Don’t
Expand
5-8
Expand UPC-E to
EAN13
Don’t
Expand
5-8
UPC-E Minimum
Reads
2
5-11
Disable/Enable GTIN
Disable
5-12
Disable/Enable EAN13
Enable
5-13
EAN-13 Check Digit
Transmission
Send
Check Digit
5-13
EAN-13 Flag 1 Character
Transmit
5-13
ISBN
Disable
5-13
1
5-16
Enable
5-17
EAN-8 Check Digit
Transmission
Send
Check Digit
5-17
Expand EAN-8 to
EAN-13
Don’t
Expand
5-18
EAN-8 Minimum
Reads
1
5-19
Optional 2-Digit
Addons
Disable
5-20
Optional 5-Digit
Addons
Disable
5-20
EAN-13 Minimum
Reads
Disable/Enable EAN-8
D-8
Interface-Specific
Exceptions
Page #
PowerScan® 7000 SRI
Standard Feature Defaults
Feature
Std.
RS-232
Setting
Interface-Specific
Exceptions
Page #
Optional Code 128
Add-ons
Disable
5-20
Disable/Enable RSS14
Disable
5-22
UCC/EAN 128 Emulation
Disable
5-22
1
5-24
RSS-14 2D Component
Disable
5-25
Disable/Enable RSS
Expanded
Disable
5-26
UCC/EAN 128 Emulation
Disable
5-26
RSS Expanded
Length Control
Variable
Length
5-27
RSS Expanded
Length 1
1
5-29
RSS Expanded
Length 2
74
5-29
RSS Expanded Minimum Reads
1
5-30
RSS Expanded 2D
Component
Disable
5-31
Disable/Enable RSS
Limited
Disable
5-32
UCC/EAN 128 Emulation
Disable
5-32
RSS Limited Minimum
Reads
1
5-33
RSS-14 Minimum
Reads
User Manual
D-9
Feature
Std.
RS-232
Setting
RSS Limited 2D Component
Disable
5-34
Disable/Enable Code
39
Enable
5-35
Code 39 Check Character Calculation
Disable
5-35
Code 39 Check Character Transmit
Enable
5-35
Code 39 Start/Stop
Characters
Don’t
Transmit
5-35
Code 39 Full ASCII
Disable
5-35
Code 39 Length Control
Variable
Length
5-38
Code 39 Length 1
3
5-40
Code 39 Length 2
50
5-40
Code 39 Quiet Zones
Don’t
Require
5-41
Code 39 Stitching
Disable
5-42
Code 39 Minimum
Reads
1
5-43
Disable/Enable Pharmacode 39
Disable
5-44
Pharmacode 39 Start/
Stop Characters
Don’t
Transmit
5-45
Pharmacode 39
Check Character
Transmit
Enable
5-45
Disable/Enable
Code 128
Enable
5-46
Disable/Enable
EAN 128
Disable
5-46
D-10
Interface-Specific
Exceptions
Page #
PowerScan® 7000 SRI
Standard Feature Defaults
Feature
Std.
RS-232
Setting
Interface-Specific
Exceptions
Page #
Code 128 Transmit
Function Characters
Don’t
Transmit
5-47
Code 128
Length Control
Variable
Length
5-48
Code 128 Length 1
1
5-50
Code 128 Length 2
80
5-50
Code 128 Stitching
Disable
5-51
1
5-52
Disable/Enable Interleaved 2 of 5
Disable
5-53
I 2 of 5 Check Digit
Calculation
Disable
5-53
I 2 of 5 Check Digit
Transmit
Enable
5-53
I 2 of 5 Length Control
Variable
Length
5-55
I 2 of 5 Length 1
6
5-57
I 2 of 5 Length 2
50
5-57
Interleaved 2 of 5
Stitching
Disable
5-58
I 2 of 5
Minimum Reads
1
5-59
Disable/Enable Codabar
Disable
5-60
Codabar Check Character Verification
Disable
5-60
Codabar Check Character Transmit
Enable
5-60
Code 128
Minimum Reads
User Manual
D-11
Feature
Std.
RS-232
Setting
Codabar Length Control
Variable
Length
5-62
Codabar Length 1
3
5-64
Codabar Length 2
50
5-64
Don’t
Require
5-65
Codabar Start/Stop
Character Type
Start/Stop
Type: abcd/
abcd
5-66
Codabar Start/Stop
Character Transmission
Enable
5-66
Codabar Start/Stop
Character Match
Disable
5-66
Codabar Stitching
Disable
5-69
1
5-70
Disable/Enable Code
93
Disable
5-71
Code 93 Length Control
Variable
Length
5-72
Code 93 Length 1
1
5-74
Code 93 Length 2
50
5-74
Code 93 Stitching
Disable
5-75
Code 93 Minimum
Reads
1
5-76
Disable
5-77
1
5-78
Codabar Quiet Zones
Codabar
Minimum Reads
Disable/Enable Code
11
Code 11 Number of
Check Characters
D-12
Interface-Specific
Exceptions
Page #
PowerScan® 7000 SRI
Standard Feature Defaults
Feature
Std.
RS-232
Setting
Code 11 Check Character Transmit
Enable
5-78
Code 11 Length Control
Variable
Length
5-79
Code 11 Length 1
4
5-81
Code 11 Length 2
50
5-81
Code 11 Minimum
Reads
1
5-82
Disable/Enable MSI/
Plessey
Disable
5-83
MSI/Plessey Check
Digit Verification
Disable
5-83
MSI/Plessey Check
Digit Transmit
1-Digit
5-83
MSI/Plessey Length
Control
Variable
Length
5-86
MSI/Plessey Length 1
4
5-88
MSI/Plessey Length 2
16
5-88
MSI/Plessey Stitching
Disable
5-89
1
5-90
Disable/Enable Standard 2 of 5
Disable
5-91
Std 2 of 5 Check Digit
Verification
Disable
5-91
Std 2 of 5 Check Digit
Transmit
Enable
5-91
Std 2 of 5 Length Control
Variable
Length
5-93
8
5-95
MSI/Plessey Minimum Reads
Std 2 of 5 Length 1
User Manual
Interface-Specific
Exceptions
Page #
D-13
Feature
Std 2 of 5 Length 2
Std.
RS-232
Setting
Interface-Specific
Exceptions
Page #
50
5-95
Disable
5-96
1
5-97
Disable/Enable PDF
417
Disable
5-98
PDF 417 Length Control
Variable
Length
5-99
PDF 417 Length 1
1
5-101
PDF 417 Length 2
600
5-101
1
5-102
Disable/Enable Micro
PDF 417
Disable
5-103
PDF 128 Emulation
Disable
5-104
Micro PDF 417 Length
Control
Variable
Length
5-105
Micro PDF 417 Length
1
1
5-107
Micro PDF 417 Length
2
366
5-107
1
5-108
Standard 2 of 5 Stitching
Std 2 of 5
Minimum Reads
PDF 417
Minimum Reads
Micro PDF 417 Minimum Reads
D-14
PowerScan® 7000 SRI
Appendix E
Keyboard Function
Key Mappings
Keyboard Model Cross Reference
Table E-2 summarizes the keyboard models, their defined protocol,
scancode set, and some unique features. The remaining tables in this
chapter provide the function key maps associated with each of the scancode sets.
User Manual
E-1
Table E-1. Keyboard Model Cross Reference
Model Type
PC/XT Foreign ALT Mode
AT;
PS/2 25-286;
PS/2 30-286;
PS/2 50, 50Z;
PS/2 60,70,80,90,95
Foreign ALT Mode
PS/2 25 and 30
Foreign ALT Mode
PC/XT U.S. Mode
AT;
PS/2 25-286;
PS/2 30-286;
PS/2 50, 50Z;
PS/2 60,70,80,90,95
U.S. Mode + specific
country support
PS/2 25 and 30
U.S. Mode
IBM 3xxx Terminals
(122-key keyboard)
IBM 3xxx Terminals
(102-key keyboard)
PS55 5530T with
JAPANESE DOS (TDOS)
NEC 9801
E-2
Wedge A
Func.
Use
Key
Country
Map
Mode
Support
PC/XT Scan Set 1 No
No
Wedge B
AT/PS2 Scan Set 2
No
No
Wedge C
AT/PS2 Scan Set 1
No
No
Wedge D
PC/XT Scan Set 1
Yes
No
Wedge E
AT/PS2 Scan Set 2
Yes
Yes
Wedge F
AT/PS2 Scan Set 1
Yes
No
Wedge G
AT/PS2 Scan Set 3
Yes
No
Wedge H
AT/PS2 Scan Set 3
Yes
No
Wedge I
AT/PS2
Japanese
DOS
Yes
No
Wedge J
NEC
9801
NEC 9801
Yes
No
I/F ID
TransScancode
mission
Set
Protocol
PowerScan® 7000 SRI
Keyboard Model Cross Reference
Table E-2. Scanset 1 Function Key Map
ASCII
(hex)
00
01
02
03
04
05
06
07
08
09
0A
0B
0C
0D
0E
0F
10
11
12
13
14
ASCII code
NUL
SOH
STX
ETX
EOT
ENQ
ACK
BEL
BS
HT
LF
VT
FF
CR
SO
SI
DLE
DC1
DC2
DC3
DC4
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Key
ALT right Make
ALT right Break
ALT left Make
ALT left Break
CTRL left Make
CTRL left Break
CTRL right Make
CTRL right Break
BS
TAB right
RIGHT arrow (inner keypad)
TAB left
Enter (inner keypad)
CR
INSERT (inner keypad)
PAGE UP (inner keypad)
PAGE DOWN (inner keypad)
HOME (inner keypad)
LEFT arrow (inner keypad)
DOWN arrow (inner keypad)
UP arrow (inner keypad)
Scancode
E0h 38h
E0h B8h
38h
B8h
1Dh
9Dh
E0h 1Dh
E0h 9Dh
0Eh
0Fh
4Dh + E0
0Fh + S
1Ch + E0
1Ch
52h + E0
49h + E0
51h + E0
47h + E0
4Bh + E0
50h + E0
48h + E0
E-3
Table E-3. Scanset 2 Function Key Map
ASCII
(hex)
00
01
02
03
04
05
06
07
08
09
0A
0B
0C
0D
0E
0F
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
1A
1B
1C
1D
1E
1F
E-4
ASCII code
NUL
SOH
STX
ETX
EOT
ENQ
ACK
BEL
BS
HT
LF
VT
FF
CR
SO
SI
DLE
DC1
DC2
DC3
DC4
NAK
SYN
ETB
CAN
EM
SUB
ESC
FS
GS
RS
US
Key
Scancode
ALT right Make
ALT right Break
ALT left Make
ALT left Break
CTRL left Make
CTRL left Break
CTRL right Make
CTRL right Break
BS
TAB right
RIGHT arrow (inner keypad)
TAB left
Enter (right keypad)
CR
INSERT (inner keypad)
PAGE UP (inner keypad)
PAGE DOWN (inner keypad)
HOME (inner keypad)
LEFT arrow (inner keypad)
DOWN arrow (inner keypad)
UP arrow (inner keypad)
F6
F1
F2
F3
F4
F5
ESC
F7
F8
F9
F10
E0h 11h
E0h F0h 11h
11h
F0h 11h
14h
F0h 14h
E0h 14h
E0h F0h 14h
66h
0Dh
74h + E0
0Dh + S
5Ah + E0
5Ah
70h + E0
7Dh + E0
7Ah + E0
6Ch + E0
6Bh + E0
72h + E0
75h + E0
0Bh
05h
06h
04h
0Ch
03h
76h
83h
0Ah
01h
09h
PowerScan® 7000 SRI
Keyboard Model Cross Reference
Table E-4. Scanset 3, 102-Key Function Key Map
ASCII (hex)
00
01
02
03
04
05
06
07
08
09
0A
0B
0C
0D
0E
0F
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
1A
1B
1C
1D
1E
1F
ASCII code
NUL
SOH
STX
ETX
EOT
ENQ
ACK
BEL
BS
HT
LF
VT
FF
CR
SO
SI
DLE
DC1
DC2
DC3
DC4
NAK
SYN
ETB
CAN
EM
SUB
ESC
FS
GS
RS
US
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Key
ALT right Make
ALT right Break
ALT left Make
ALT left Break
CTRL left Make
CTRL left Break
CTRL right Make
CTRL right Break
BS
TAB right
RIGHT arrow (inner keypad)
TAB left
Enter (inner keypad)
CR
INSERT (inner keypad)
PAGE UP (inner keypad)
PAGE DOWN (inner keypad)
HOME (inner keypad)
LEFT arrow (inner keypad)
DOWN arrow (inner keypad)
UP arrow (inner keypad)
F6
F1
F2
F3
F4
F5
ESC
F7
F8
F9
F10
Scancode
39h
F0h 39h
19h
F0h 19h
11h
F0h 11h
58h
F0h 58h
66h
0Dh
6Ah
0Dh + S
79h
5Ah
67h
6Fh
6Dh
6Eh
61h
60h
63h
2Fh
07h
0Fh
17h
1Fh
27h
08h
37h
3Fh
47h
4Fh
E-5
Table E-5. Scanset 3 122-Key Function Key Map
ASCII (hex) ASCII code
00
NUL
01
SOH
02
STX
03
ETX
04
EOT
05
ENQ
06
ACK
07
BEL
08
BS
09
HT
0A
LF
0B
VT
0C
FF
0D
CR
0E
SO
0F
SI
10
DLE
11
DC1
12
DC2
13
DC3
14
DC4
15
NAK
16
SYN
17
ETB
18
CAN
19
EM
1A
SUB
1B
ESC
1C
FS
1D
GS
1E
RS
1F
US
E-6
Key
ALT Right Make
ALT Right Break
ALT left Make
ALT left Break
CTRL left (RESET) Make only
CTRL left (RESET) Make/Break
ONLINE Enter Make only
ONLINE Enter Make/Break
BS
TAB right
RIGHT arrow (inner keypad)
TAB left
CR (FIELD EXIT) Make only
CR (FIELD EXIT) Make/Break
INSERT (inner keypad)
FIELD +
FIELD HOME (inner keypad)
LEFT arrow (inner keypad)
DOWN arrow (inner keypad)
UP arrow (inner keypad)
F6
F1
F2
F3
F4
F5
ESC
F7
F8
F9
F10
Scancode
39h
F0h 39h
19h
F0h 19h
11h
11h F0h 11h
58h
58h F0h 58h
66h
0Dh
6Ah
0Dh + S
5Ah F0h 5Ah
5Ah
65h
79h
7Ch
62h
61h
60h
63h
2Fh
07h
0Fh
17h
1Fh
27h
08h
37h
3Fh
47h
4Fh
PowerScan® 7000 SRI
Keyboard Model Cross Reference
Table E-6. Japanese DOS Function Key Map
ASCII value
00h
01h
02h
03h
04h
05h
06h
07h
08h
09h
0Ah
0Bh
0Ch
0Dh
0Eh
0Fh
10h
11h
12h
13h
14h
15h
16h
17h
18h
19h
1Ah
1Bh
1Ch
1Dh
1Eh
1Fh
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ASCII code
NUL
SOH
STX
ETX
EOT
ENQ
ACK
BEL
BS
HT
LF
VT
FF
CR
SO
SI
DLE
DC1
DC2
DC3
DC4
NAK
SYN
ETB
CAN
EM
SUB
ESC
FS
GS
RS
US
Key
ALT right Make
ALT right Break
ALT left Make
ALT left Break
CTRL left Make
CTRL left Break
CTRL right Make
CTRL right Break
BS
TAB right
RIGHT arrow (inner keypad)
TAB left
Enter (right keypad)
CR
INSERT (inner keypad)
PAGE UP (inner keypad)
PAGE DOWN (inner keypad)
HOME (inner keypad)
LEFT arrow (inner keypad)
DOWN arrow (inner keypad)
UP arrow (inner keypad)
F6
F1
F2
F3
F4
F5
ESC
F7
F8
F9
F10
Scancode
31h
B1h
31h
B1h
41h
C1h
41h
C1h
3Eh
3Ch
4Dh
3Ch + S
60h
3Bh
52h
49h
51h
4Ch
4Bh
4Ah
4Eh
6Dh
68h
69h
6Ah
6Bh
6Ch
3Dh
6Eh
6Fh
70h
71h
E-7
Table E-7. NEC 9801-Key Function Key Map
ASCII value
00h
01h
02h
03h
04h
05h
06h
07h
08h
09h
0Ah
0Bh
0Ch
0Dh
0Eh
0Fh
10h
11h
12h
13h
14h
15h
16h
17h
18h
19h
1Ah
1Bh
1Ch
1Dh
1Eh
1Fh
E-8
ASCII code
NUL
SOH
STX
ETX
EOT
ENQ
ACK
BEL
BS
HT
LF
VT
FF
CR
SO
SI
DLE
DC1
DC2
DC3
DC4
NAK
SYN
ETB
CAN
EM
SUB
ESC
FS
GS
RS
US
Key
unused
CR
CAPS LOCK ON (make)
CAPS LOCK OFF (break)
CTRL left Make
CTRL left Break
CTRL-C
n/a
BS
TAB right
RIGHT arrow (inner keypad)
TAB left
DELETE
CR
INSERT (inner keypad)
KATAKANA LOCK ON (Make)
KATAKANA LOCK OFF (Break)
HOME (inner keypad)
LEFT arrow (inner keypad)
DOWN arrow (inner keypad)
UP arrow (inner keypad)
F6
F1
F2
F3
F4
F5
ESC
F7
F8
F9
F10
Scancode
n/a
1Ch
71h
F1h
74h
F4h
60h
n/a
0Eh
0Fh
3Ch
0Fh + S
39h
1Ch
38h
72h
F2h
3Eh
3Bh
3Dh
3Ah
67h
62h
63h
64h
65h
66h
00h
68h
69h
6Ah
6Bh
PowerScan® 7000 SRI
Keyboard Model Cross Reference
Table E-8. USB Keyboard Function Key Usage Map
ASCII
00
01
02
03
04
05
06
07
08
09
0A
0B
0C
0D
0E
0F
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
1A
1B
1C
1D
1E
1F
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Key Value
NUL
SOH
STX
ETX
EOT
ENQ
ACK
BEL
BS
HT
LF
VT
FF
CR
SO
SI
DLE
DC1
DC2
DC3
DC4
NAK
SYN
ETB
CAN
EM
SUB
ESC
FS
GS
RS
US
Usage Name
ALT right Make
ALT right Break
F11
F12
GUI right Make
GUI right Break
CTRL right Make
CTRL right Break
BS
TAB right
RIGHT arrow (inner keypad)
TAB left
Enter (right keypad)
CR
INSERT (inner keypad)
PAGE UP (inner keypad)
PAGE DOWN (inner keypad)
HOME (inner keypad)
LEFT arrow (inner keypad)
DOWN arrow (inner keypad)
UP arrow (inner keypad)
F6
F1
F2
F3
F4
F5
ESC
F7
F8
F9
F10
E-9
NOTES
E-10
PowerScan® 7000 SRI
Appendix F
Host Commands
Accepting RS-232 Commands
The scanner responds to the following RS-232 commands:
COMMAND
ASCII
HEX
COMMENT
Enable Scanner
E
0x45
Disable
Scanner
D
0x44
Reset Scanner
R
0x52
Not On File
Indication
F
0x46
Long series of beeps
Beep Good
Read Tone
B
0x42
Beeps if Good Read Beep is enabled
Force Good
Read Tone
0x01
Beeps regardless of beep setting
Bel
0x07
Force Good Read Tone
Identification
request
i
0x69
Returns long responsea
Health request
h
0x68
Returns long responsea
Status request
s
0x73
Returns long responsea
a. Call Tech Support for information.
If one of the above commands is received, the scanner will perform the
steps indicated for the command. Host commands for other interfaces is
also available. Contact Tech Support for more details.
User Manual
F-1
NOTES
F-2
PowerScan® 7000 SRI
Appendix G
Sample Symbols
UPC-A
0 123456 7890
Interleaved 2 of 5
Code 128
1234567890
Code 128
Code 39
EAN-13
9 780330 290951
Codabar
BC321
Code 93
A13579B
123456-9$
Code 2 of 5
123456
User Manual
G-1
Sample Symbols
PDF417
Car Registration
RSS-14
(01)00123456789012
RSS Expanded
0100123456789050
G-2
PowerScan® 7000 SRI
Appendix H
Beeper/LED
Indications
LED and Beep Indications
INDICATION
LED
BEEPER
The scanner is in
the process of
powering-up.
N/A
Scanner beeps once
for one second at
highest frequency
and volume upon
power-up.
Good Read
Beep
A label has been
successfully
scanned by the
scanner.
LED behavior for
this indication is
configurable via
the feature
“Good Read:
When to Indicate”
If Good Read
Beep Control is
enabled, the scanner
will beep once at current frequency, volume and duration
upon a successful
label scan.
ROM Failure
There is an error in
the scanner's software/programming
200ms on /
200ms off
Scanner sounds one
error beep at highest
volume for 200 mS.
Limited
Scanning
Label Read
Indicates that a
host connection is
not established
when the IBM or
USB interface is
enabled.
N/A
Scanner 'chirps' six
times at the highest
frequency and current
volume for 20 mS on /
20 mS off.
Power-up
Beep
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DESCRIPTION
H-1
INDICATION
DESCRIPTION
LED
BEEPER
Scanner
Active Mode
The scanner is
active and ready to
scan.
The LED is lit
steadily. (ONLY
applicable if
LED Idle
State is "On
Dim")
N/A
Scanner
Disabled
The scanner has
been disabled by
the host.
The LED blinks
continuously
100mS on / 900
mS off
N/A
Programming Mode - The following indications ONLY occur when the scanner is
in Programming Mode.
Label Programming
Mode Entry
A valid
programming label
has been scanned.
Label Programming
Mode Rejection of Label
A label has been
rejected.
Label Programming
Mode Acceptance of Partial Label
In cases where
multiple labels
must be scanned
to program one
feature, this indication acknowledges
each portion as it
is successfully
scanned.
H-2
LED blinks continuously 1 second on / 1
second off
Scanner sounds one
good read beep.
N/A
Scanner sounds six
beeps at highest frequency & current volume for 20 mS on / 20
mS off.
N/A
Scanner sounds one
short beep at current
frequency & volume
for 20 mS.
4600
LED and Beep Indications
INDICATION
DESCRIPTION
Label Programming
Mode Acceptance of Programming
Configuration
option(s) have
been successfully
programmed via
labels and the
scanner has exited
Programming
Mode.
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LED
BEEPER
N/A
Scanner sounds three
beeps at current frequency volume for 80
mS on / 20 mS off.
H-3
Error Codes
Upon startup, if the scanner sounds a long tone, this means the scanner
has not passed its automatic Selftest and has entered FRU1 isolation
mode. If the scanner is reset, the sequence will be repeated. The following table describes the LED flashes/beep codes associated with an error
found.
NUMBER OF LED
FLASHES/BEEPS
ERROR
1
Configuration
2
Interface PCB
4
Imager Module
5
Laser Pointer (if so
equipped)
6
Digital PCB
14
CPLD/Code Mismatch
CORRECTIVE ACTION
Contact Helpdesk for assistance
1. Field Replaceable Unit (FRU)
H-4
4600
Error Codes
NOTES
User Manual
H-5
NOTES
H-6
4600
ASCII Chart
ASCII
Char.
Hex No.
ASCII
Char.
Hex No.
ASCII
Char.
Hex No.
ASCII
Char.
Hex
No.
NUL
SOH
STX
ETX
EOT
ENQ
ACK
BEL
BS
HT
LF
VT
FF
CR
SO
SI
DLE
DC1
DC2
DC3
DC4
NAK
SYN
ETB
CAN
EM
SUB
ESC
FS
GS
RS
US
00
01
02
03
04
05
06
07
08
09
0A
0B
0C
0D
0E
0F
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
1A
1B
1C
1D
1E
1F
SP
!
“
#
$
%
&
’
(
)
*
+
,
.
/
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
:
;
<
=
>
?
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
2A
2B
2C
2D
2E
2F
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
3A
3B
3C
3D
3E
3F
@
A
B
C
D
E
F
G
H
I
J
K
L
M
N
O
P
Q
R
S
T
U
V
W
X
Y
Z
[
\
]
^
_
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
49
4A
4B
4C
4D
4E
4F
50
51
52
53
54
55
56
57
58
59
5A
5B
5C
5D
5E
5F
‘
a
b
c
d
e
f
g
h
i
j
k
l
m
n
o
p
q
r
s
t
u
v
w
x
y
z
{
|
}
~
DEL
60
61
62
63
64
65
66
67
68
69
6A
6B
6C
6D
6E
6F
70
71
72
73
74
75
76
77
78
79
7A
7B
7C
7D
7E
7F
©2007 Datalogic Scanning, Inc.
R44-2704 (Rev. A)
4/07
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