This device complies with part 15 of the FCC Rules

This device complies with part 15 of the FCC Rules
ValueScan IITM
Barcode Scanner
User‟s Manual
80104502-001 rev.A
FCC WARNING STATEMENT
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with
the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of
FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable
protection against harmful interference when the equipment
is operated in a commercial environment. This equipment
generates, uses, and can radiate radio frequency energy
and, if not installed and used in accordance with the
instruction manual, may cause harmful interference to radio
communications.
FCC COMPLIANCE STATEMENT
This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules.
Operation of this device is subject to the following conditions:
this device may not cause harmful interference and this
device must accept any interference received, including
interference that may cause undesired operation.
CANADIAN DOC STATEMENT
This digital apparatus does not exceed the Class B limits for
radio noise for digital apparatus set out in the Radio
Interference Regulations of the Canadian Department of
Communications.
Le présent appareil numérique n‟émet pas de bruits
radioélectriques dépassant les limites applicables aux
appareils numériques de las classe B prescrites dans le
Réglement sur le brouillage radioélectrique édicté par les
ministère des Communications du Canada.
CE STANDARDS
Testing for compliance to CE requirements was performed
by an independent laboratory. The unit under test was found
compliant to class B limits of part 15 of the FCC Rules.
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LIMITED WARRANTY
ID TECH warrants to the original purchaser for a period of 36
months from the date of invoice that this product is in good
working order and free from defects in material and
workmanship under normal use and service. ID TECH‟s
obligation under this warranty is limited to, at its option,
replacing, repairing, or giving credit for any product which
has, within the warranty period, been returned to the factory
of origin, transportation charges and insurance prepaid, and
which is, after examination, disclosed to ID TECH‟s
satisfaction to be thus defective. The expense of removal
and reinstallation of any item or items of equipment is not
included in this warranty. No person, firm, or corporation is
authorized to assume for ID TECH any other liabilities in
connection with the sales of any product. In no event shall ID
TECH be liable for any special, incidental or consequential
damages to purchaser or any third party caused by any
defective item of equipment, whether that defect is
warranted against or not. Purchaser‟s sole and exclusive
remedy for defective equipment, which does not conform to
the requirements of sales, is to have such equipment
replaced or repaired by ID TECH. For limited warranty
service during the warranty period, please contact ID TECH
to obtain a Return Material Authorization (RMA) number &
instructions for returning the product.
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IMPLIED, OTHER THAN THOSE HEREIN STATED. THIS
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The information contained herein is provided to the user as a
convenience. While every effort has been made to ensure
accuracy, ID TECH is not responsible for damages that
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might occur because of errors or omissions, including any
loss of profit or other commercial damage, nor for any
infringements or patents or other rights of third parties that
may result from its use. The specifications described herein
were current at the time of publication, but are subject to
change at any time without prior notice.
© 2009 International Technologies & Systems Corporation.
The information contained herein is provided to the user as a
convenience. While every effort has been made to ensure
accuracy, ID TECH is not responsible for damages that
might occur because of errors or omissions, including any
loss of profit or other commercial damage. The specifications
described herein were current at the time of publication, but
are subject to change at any time without prior notice.
ID TECH is a registered trademark of International
Technologies & Systems Corporation. ValueScan II and
Value through Innovation are trademarks of International
Technologies & Systems Corporation.
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Introduction
Installation- Keyboard Wedge
1)
2)
3)
4)
Disconnect power to the terminal/computer.
Disconnect the keyboard cable from the back of the
terminal/computer and connect to the interface cable of
the scanner.
Connect the interface cable of the scanner to the
terminal/computer.
Turn the terminal/computer power on.
RS-232
1)
2)
3)
4)
5)
Disconnect power to the terminal/computer.
Connect the external power supply (DC adapter) to the
interface cable of the scanner.
Plug the serial connector into the serial port on the back
of your computer/terminal. Tighten the two screws to
secure the connector to the port.
Plug the power pack into a power source.
Once the scanner has been fully connected, turn the
terminal/computer power back on.
USB (Simulates keyboard wedge)
1)
2)
Connect the USB cable to the terminal/computer.
Windows will automatically detect the USB device.
Note: If the scanner does not operate, turn off the power
immediately and check any improper connections. Go
through all of the above steps again.
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Default setting
For each barcode shown as below:
V = Enabled as default setting
- = Not supported
Empty space = Not enabled at default setting
Code Type
UPC-A
UPC-E
EAN-13
EAN-8
Code 39
Interleaved 2 of 5
Industrial 2 of 5
IATA
Matrix 2 of 5
Codabar
Code 128
Code 93
Code 11
MSI/Plessey
UK/Plessey
Telepen
Standard 2 of 5
GS1 DataBar
Omnidirectional
GS1 DataBar
Limited
GS1 DataBar
Expanded
China Post
Italian
Pharmacode.
Checksum
Checksum
Read
Code
Verification Transmission
Enable
ID
Enable
Enable
V
V
V
V
V
V
V
V
V
V
V
V
V
*
V
I
-
V
A
E
F
FF
-
I
I
B
%
#
&
O
@
@
S
I
-
-
R4
-
-
RL
-
-
RX
-
-
t
-
-
p
V
V two digits
V one digit
V
V
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ValueScan II Specification
Operational
Light Source
660 nm Visible Red LED
Optical System
2048 pixel CCD
(Charge-coupled device)
Depth of Scan Field
0-180 mm
(CODE 39, 500Lux, PCS=90%, 20mils)
Scanning Width
50 mm wide @ 10mm
Scan Speed
Resolution
100 scans/sec
0.1mm (4mils) Code39,PCS=90%
Print Contrast
Scanning Angle
Decode Capability
45% or more
Pitch: 60° Yaw: 70°
Auto-discriminates all standard one
dimension barcodes
Beeper Operation
Indicator
7 tones or no beep
Green led and beep sound
Mechanical
Length
176 mm
Width-handle
40 mm
Width-head
67 mm
Depth-handle
30 mm
Depth-head
40 mm
Weight
90 g (cable not included)
Cable – K/B wedge
Straight 2.0 m
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Connector type
Crimp type female connector
Case material
ABS plastic
Cushion material
TPR
Electrical
Input Voltage
5 VDC ± 0.25V
Power - Operating
Max. 750 mW
Power - Standby
Current - Operating
150 mW
Max. 150 mA @ 5 VDC
Current - Standby
30 mA @ 5 VDC
DC Transformers
Class 2; 5VDC @ 450 mA
Agency listing
FCC Class A, CE
Environmental
Operating
Temperature
0℃ to 45℃ (32℉ to 113℉)
Storage
-20℃ to 60℃
Humidity
10% to 90% relative humidity,
(-4℉ to 140℉)
non-condensing
Light Level
Shock
Contaminants
Up to 20000 Lux
1.5m drop onto concrete
Sealed to resist airborne particulate
contaminants
Ventilation
None required
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Programming
Manual (Reading special barcode),
Programming
DOS command through RS-232
method
(RS-232 model)
Programmable
Code type selection, check digit
characteristics
selection, Decoding option
Transmitted character delay, Header
selection, trailer selection, message
suffix, good read beep tone and
volume, scanner trigger selection
Keyboard emulation type
(intermessage delay, keyboard type
and keyboard language)
Serial interface type (ACK/NAK,
Xon/Xoff, RTS/CTS, good read LED
control, start/stop bits)
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Programming the ValueScan II Series
Scanner
To program the ValueScan II series scanner, you must scan a
series of programming barcode in the correct order. Fold out
the back cover of this manual. You will see a table of
alphanumeric barcodes, which are used to program the
various options presented.
To program each option, you must:
1. Scan the Program barcode on the parameter setting part.
2. Enter the option mode by scanning the Option Bar Code
(also on the Parameter setting part).
3. To the right of the option barcode, the necessary
alphanumeric inputs are listed. Scan these alphanumeric
entries from the back fold out page. To confirm above
steps, you must scan the Finish barcode on the back fold
out page.
4. Once you have finished programming. Scan the Exit
barcode, listed on the lower right hand corner of each
parameter setting part.
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Program Barcode
Program
Option Bar Code
Scanning mode
Option
Alphanumeric Entry
Good-read off
00
Momentary
01*
Alternate
02
Timeout off
03
Continue
04
Test only
05
Exit
Option Barcode
Back Fold Out
Exit Barcode
Finish barcode
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Interface Selection
This scanner with decoder built-in comes in three models and
supports interfaces such as keyboard wedge, RS232 serial,
and the latest USB interface. You will need to select an
appropriate model for a specific interface.
Interface selection: The factory interface default can not be
changed for other type interfaces. One specific model only
supports the appropriate host interface.
For the appropriate model numbers of ValueScan II for
various PC computer/terminal interfaces, please consult the
ID TECH website www.idtechproducts.com .
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Keyboard wedge
As a keyboard interface, the scanner supports most of the
popular PCs and IBM terminals. The installation of the wedge
is a fairly simple process without any changes of software or
hardware.
Keyboard Type: ValueScan II keyboard wedge model only
supports keyboard interface with PS/2 type connector.
Program
Option Bar Code
Option
Alphanumeric
Entry
Keyboard type
IBM PS/2
00*
Reserved
01
Reserved
02
Reserved
03
Reserved
04
Reserved
05
Reserved
06
Exit
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Keyboard wedge
Keyboard Layout: The selecting of keyboard layout
supports many country languages other than USA keyboard
layout. First you need to confirm country language that you
desire. In DOS, using command “keyb” to select the
desirable keyboard layout or in WINDOWS entry “Control”
then pops “Keyboard” to select country at “language” item.
For details, please refer to your DOS or WINDOWS user‟s
manual.
Keyboard Speed: By selecting, you can change output
speed of scanner to match with host computer. Generally, set
00 or 01 in working high speed. If some output characters of
barcode have been lost, you may need to set 05 or 06 to
match your host keyboard speed.
Function Key: Set Enable, scanner can output code as
pressing function-key in your application program while the
barcode data contain an ASCII value between 0116 to 1F16.
Refer to the ASCII table.
Numeric Key: The Keypad has to be selected if your
application program is only acceptable for keypad numeric
code. So scanner will output code as if pressing the
numeric keypad when it read a numeric digit. (The keypad is
on the right side of keyboard, and Num Lock control key is
also on.) If Alt+Keypad is selected, Caps Lock and output will
be independent.
Program
Option Bar Code
Keyboard speed
Option
Alphanumeric
Entry
0-8
00-08
0 : high clock rate
03*
8 : low clock rate
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Keyboard layout
USA
00*
Belgium
01
Danish
02
France
03
Germany
04
Italian
05
Portuguese
06
Spanish
07
Swedish
08
Switzerland
09
UK
10
Latin American
11
Japanese
12
Disable
00
Enable
01*
Alphabetic key
00*
Numeric keypad
01
Function key
Numeric key
(Num lock state
only)
Alt+Keypad
02
Exit
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Keyboard wedge
Caps Lock: By selecting Caps lock”ON” or Caps lock”OFF”,
scanner can get Caps Lock status.
Power-on simulation: All of the PCs check the keyboard
status during power-on self test. It is recommended to
Enable function if you are working without keyboard
installation. It simulates keyboard timing and passes
keyboard present status to the PC during power-on.
Inter-character delay: This delay is inserted after each data
character is transmitted. If the transmission speed is too high,
the system may not be able to receive all characters. Adjust it
and try out a suitable delay to make the system work
properly.
Block transmission delay: It is a delay timer between
barcode data output. The feature is used to transfer
continually with shorter barcode data or multi-field scanning.
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Program
Option Bar Code
Option
Alphanumeric
Entry
Caps lock”ON”
00
Caps lock”OFF”
01*
Disable
00*
Enable
01
00-99 msec
00-99
Caps lock
Power-on simulation
02*
Inter-character delay
00-99 10 msec
00-99
10*
Block transmission
delay
Exit
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RS-232
CTS: Clear To Send (Hardware Signal)
RTS: Request To Send (Hardware Signal)
Xon: Transmit On (ASCII Code 1116)
Xoff: Transmit Off (ASCII Code13 16)
Flow control:
None- The communication only uses TxD and RxD signals
without regard for any hardware or software handshaking
protocol.
RTS/CTS- If the scanner wants to send the barcode data to
host computer, it will issue the RTS signal first, wait for the
CTS signal from the host computer, and then perform the
normal data communication. If there is no replied CTS signal
from the host computer after the timeout (Response Delay)
duration, the scanner will issue a 5 beep warning.
Xon/Xoff- When the host computer is unable to accept data,
it sends an Xoff code to inform the scanner to suspend data
transmission, and an Xon code to continue.
ACK/NAK- When the ACK/NAK protocol is used, the
scanner waits for an ACK (acknowledge) or (not
acknowledge) from the host computer after data transmission,
and will resend in response to a NAK.
Inter-character delay: It is the delay time between data
character‟s data output. It is also the same as the Inter-char.
delay of keyboard wedge.
Block transmission delay: It is a delay time between
barcode data output. It is also same as Block transmission
delay of keyboard wedge.
Response delay: This delay is used for serial
communication of the scanner to wait for handshaking
acknowledgment from the host computer.
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Program
Option Bar Code
Option
Alphanumeric
Entry
Flow control
None
00*
RTS/CTS
01
Xon/Xoff
02
ACK/NAK
03
00-99 (msec)
00-99
00*
Inter-character delay
00-99 (10 msec)
00-99
00*
Block transmission
delay
00-99 (100 msec)
00-99
20*
Response delay
Exit
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Program
Option Bar Code
Option
Alphanumeric
Entry
Baud rate
Parity
300 BPS
00
600 BPS
01
1200 BPS
02
2400 BPS
03
4800 BPS
04
9600 BPS
05*
19200 BPS
06
38400 BPS
07
None
00*
Odd
01
Even
02
8 bits
00*
7 bits
01
One bit
00*
Two bits
01
Data bits
Stop bit
Exit
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Pin Assignments
Keyboard Wedge Connector (To Host Side):
Pin
Mini-DIN 6P Male
Mini-DIN 6P Female
1
DATA / PC
CLK / KB
2
NC
GND
3
GND
DATA / KB
4
VCC (+5V)
VCC (+5V)
5
CLK / PC
NC
6
NC
NA
4
6
3
5
Mini-DIN 6P Female Connector
2
1
Mini-DIN 6P Male Connector
6
4
5
3
2
1
RS-232 DB-9F Connector (To Host Side):
Pin
Definition
1
NC
2
TXD
3
RXD
4
NC
5
GND
6
NC
7
CTS
8
RTS
9
VCC (+5V)
20
5
4
3
2
1
9
8
7
6
Indication
Power on alert: After power-on the scanner will generate an
alert signal to indicate a successful self-test.
LED indication: After each successful reading, the LED
above the scanner will light up to indicate a good barcode
read.
Beeper indication: After each successful read, the scanner
will beep to indicate a good barcode read, and its Beep
loudness, Beep tone freq. and Beep tone duration are
adjustable.
Beep loudness/Beep tone freq./Beep tone duration: You
can adjust Beep Loudness, Beep tone and Beep duration for
a good read to your personal preference.
<note > In Beep tone frequency setting, 00~10 are used to
set to Melody 0~10 and not for tone frequency 0~1000 Hz.
The other values from 11~99 are defined as the beep tone
frequency.
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Program
Option Bar Code
Option
Alphanumeric
Entry
Disable
00
Enable
01*
Disable
00
Enable
01*
Disable
00
Enable
01*
00-07
00-07
Power on alert
LED indication
Beeper indication
07*
Beep loudness
00-99 (100Hz)
00-99
27*
Beep tone freq.
00-99 (10 msec)
00-99
10*
Beep tone duration
Exit
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Transmission
Preamble transmission: By setting Enable, Preamble will
be appended before the data transmitted.
Postamble transmission: By setting Enable, Postamble will
be appended after the data is transmitted.
Insert data group 1-4 position: The scanner offers 4
positions to insert data among the symbol‟s data. The
position default value is “00” to indicate no character
insertion. Also, make sure insertion positions are not greater
than the symbol‟s length; otherwise the insertion data is not
effective.
Code ID position: To suit your preference, the transmitting
position of the Code ID can be placed Before Code Data or
After Code Data when it is transmitted.
Program
Option Bar Code
Option
Alphanumeric
Entry
Disable
00*
Enable
01
Disable
00*
Enable
01
Preamble
transmission
Postamble
transmission
23
00-63
00-63
(00: no insertion)
00*
00-63
00-63
(00: no insertion)
00*
00-63
00-63
(00: no insertion)
00*
00-63
00-63
(00: no insertion)
00*
Before code data
00*
After code data
01
Insert data group 1
position
Insert data group 2
position
Insert data group 3
position
Insert data group 4
position
Code ID position
Exit
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Transmission
Code ID transmission: If your application needs to transmit
Code ID, you must set this to Proprietary ID or AIM ID.
Code length transmission: A number of data digits can be
transmitted before the code data when Enable is selected.
The total length of the barcode is the number of barcode data
except Truncate Leading/Ending Digits. And the length is a
number with two digits.
Code name transmission: This function is to show
unknown barcode symbologies that include all readable
symbologies of the scanner. When Enable is selected,
Code Name will be transmitted before code data, you will
know what kind of barcode symbology is transmitted.
Case conversion: Under the barcode, you can set the
alphabet in either upper case or lower case.
Program
Option Bar Code
Code ID
Option
Alphanumeric
Entry
Disable
00*
Proprietary ID
01
AIM ID
02
transmission
25
Disable
00*
Enable
01
Disable
00*
Enable
01
Disable
00*
Upper case
01
Lower case
02
Code length
transmission
Code name
transmission
Case conversion
*For barcode
data only
Exit
Format of barcode data transmission:
Prefix
Name
Preamble
Code
Barcode
Length
data
ID
ID
Insert groups
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Postamble
Suffix
Scan
Scanning mode:
Good-read off- The trigger button must be pressed to
activate scanning. The light source of scanner stops
scanning when there is a successful reading or no code is
decoded after the Stand-by duration elapsed.
Momentary- The trigger button acts as a switch. Press the
button to activate scanning and release the button to stop
scanning.
Alternate- The trigger button acts as a toggle switch. Press
button to activate and press again to stop scanning.
Timeout off- The trigger button must be pressed to activate
scanning, and scanner stops scanning when no code is
decoded after the Stand-by duration elapsed.
Continuous- The scanner always keeps reading, and it does
not matter when trigger button is pressed or duration is
elapsed.
Double read timeout: If the barcode has been scanned
twice, then only the first barcode will be accepted.
Double confirm: If this is enabled, the scanner will require
several successful decodings to confirm the barcode data.
The more confirming times required, the more inhibitive
miss-reading the code will be. If you set Double confirm, the
Multi field scan Enable function won‟t be able to work.
Supplement Check Counter: It will be more reliable to read
the barcode with extension (supplement) as in UPCE/A or
EAN-8/13, but this willslow down the decoding speed when
this counter is set.
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Program
Option Bar Code
Option
Alphanumeric
Entry
Scanning mode
Good-read off
00
Momentary
01*
Alternate
02
Timeout off
03
Continue
04
Test only
05
01-99 (second)
01-99
06*
Stand-by duration
01-99 (10 msec)
01-99
50*
Double read timeout
Double confirm
00-99
00-09
(00: no double
00*
confirm)
00-40
00-40
20*
Supplement Check
Counter
Exit
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Scan
Global min./max. code length: Global Minimum and
Maximum length can be set to qualify data entry. The length
is defined as the actual barcode data length to be sent.
Labels with lengths which exceeds these limits will be
rejected. Make sure that the Minimum length setting is no
greater than the Maximum length setting, or otherwise the
labels of the symbology will not be readable. In particular,
you can set the same value for both Minimum and Maximum
reading length to force the fixed length barcode decoded.
The values of setting have no effect on certain symbologies
with fixed length.
Notes 1): Please set the min/max length if you have a special
demand for individual barcode.
2): Include the Check sum digits if you want to set
Global min/max code length.
Inverted image scan: Set to Enabled, the scanner will scan
both black/white barcode with white/black background.
CTS trigger: This operation enables an external device to
control scanning. The CTS trigger is controlled by appling an
external trigger signal to the CTS input. When active, this
signal causes scanning to begin as the scanner‟s trigger is
depressed.
Position indication: This function can indicate the specific
location before scanning. You can also set up the time of
indication.
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String Setting
Prefix characters: Up to 22 ASCII characters may be sent
before data digits.
Prefix
Data Digits
Suffix
Suffix characters: Up to 22 ASCII characters may be sent
after data digits.
Program
Option Bar Code
Option
Alphanumeric
Entry
None
00*
1-22 characters
00-ffH ASCII
Prefix characters
code
setting
None
0D*
1-22 characters
00-ffH ASCII
Suffix characters
code
setting
Exit
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String Setting
Preamble/ Postamble characters: They are appended to
the data automatically when each barcode is decoded.
Example:
Add a prefix/suffix or preamble/postamble for all symbologies.
In this example, you are sending a $ symbol as a prefix for all
symbologies.
Steps:
1) Scan Programming and Prefix characters setting barcode.
2) Use the ASCII code table to find the value of $→24.
3) Scan 2 and 4 from the barcode on the fold out back page.
4) Scan Finish from the barcode on the fold out page.
5) Scan Exit barcode.
Insert G1/G2/G3/G4 character setting: The scanner offers
4 positions and 4 characters to insert among the symbol.
Example: Barcode “1 2 3 4 5 6”.
Output- Barcode “1 2 A B 3 4 C D 5 6”.
Steps:
1) Scan Programming and Insert G1 characters setting
barcode.
2) Use the ASCII code table to find the value of A→41,B→ 42.
3) Scan 4, 1 and 4, 2 from the barcode on the fold out back
page.
4) Scan Finish from the barcode on the fold out page.
5) Repeat the same procedure in Insert G2 characters
setting.
6) Scan Exit barcode.
7) Insert data group 1-4 position. Please refer to ChapterTransmission, page 65 and in specific barcode that you
want to use.
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Program
Option Bar Code
Option
Alphanumeric
Entry
Preamble characters
Postamble
None
„PREAMBLE‟*
1-22
00-ffH ASCII
characters
code
None
„POSTAMBLE‟*
1-22
00-ffH ASCII
characters
code
None
„GROUP1‟*
1-22
00-ffH ASCII
characters
code
None
„GROUP2‟*
1-22
00-ffH ASCII
characters
code
None
„GROUP3‟*
1-22
00-ffH ASCII
characters
code
None
„GROUP4‟*
1-22
00-ffH ASCII
characters
code
characters
Insert G1 characters
Insert G2 characters
Insert G3 characters
Insert G4 characters
Exit
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UPC-A
Read: Format
Leading
Zero
Data Digits
(11 Digits)
Check
Digit
Check-sum transmission: By setting Enable, checks sum
will be transmitted.
Truncate leading/ending: The leading or ending digits of
barcode data characters can be truncated when these values
are set to non-zero. It will beep instead of reading anything
when the truncate value is more than the barcode data digits
or the value of Truncate Leading is overlapped with that of
the Ending. The maximum value of truncate digits is 15.
Code ID setting: Code ID setting is a character used to
represent the symbol upon a successful read. A Code ID
setting is added to the transmitted data at the beginning or
end if this feature is selected. If you want the application to
transmit Code ID, you must set Code ID transmission to
Enable first. Refer to Code ID transmission.
Insertion group selection: The scanner offers one or two
insertion groups for one symbology. By setting one or two
digits to indicate which insertion group you want to insert.
You may refer to Character insertion.
Example: Group 2 → set 02 or 20.
Group 1 and 4 → set 14 or 41.
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Program
Option Bar Code
Option
Alphanumeric
Entry
Disable
00
Enable
01*
Disable
00
Enable
01*
0-15
00-15
Read
Check-sum transmission
00*
Truncate leading
0-15
00-15
00*
Truncate ending
00-ffH ASCII
00-ffH
code
< A >*
00-44
00-44
Code ID setting
00*
Insert group selection
Exit
35
UPC-A
Supplement digits: The Supplement digits barcode is the
supplemental 2 or 5 characters for UPC code.
Format
Leading Data Digits Check
Zero
(11 Digits) Digit
Supplement Digits
2 or 5 or
UCC / EAN 128
Truncation / Expansion: The leading “0” digits of UPC-A
data characters can be truncated when enabled.
Supplement Check Counter: It will be more reliable to read
the barcode with the extension (supplement) like UPC-E/A or
EAN-8/13, but it will slow down the decoding speed when this
counter is set.
36
Program
Option Bar Code
Option
Alphanumeric
Entry
Supplement digits
None
00*
2 digits
01
5 digits
02
2,5 digits
03
UCC/EAN 128
04
2, UCC/EAN 128
05
5, UCC/EAN 128
06
All
07
None
00
Truncate leading
01*
Truncation/
zero
Expansion
Expand to EAN13
02
20*
Supplement Check
Counter
The
Exit
37
UPC-E
Read: Format
Leading
Zero
Data Digits (6
Digits)
Check
Digits
Check-sum verification: The checksum of EAN-13 is
optional and made as the sum of the numerical value of the
data digits.
Check-sum transmission: By setting Enable, checks sum
will be transmitted.
Truncate leading/ending: Refer to Truncate leading/ending
of UPC-A.
Code ID setting: Refer to Code ID setting of UPC-A.
38
Program
Option Bar Code
Option
Alphanumeric
Entry
Disable
00
Enable
01*
Disable
00
Enable
01*
0-15
00-15
Read
Check-sum
transmission
00*
Truncate leading
0-15
00-15
00*
Truncate ending
00-ffH ASCII
00-ffH
code
< E >*
Code ID setting
Exit
39
UPC-E
Insertion group selection: Refer to Insertion group
selection of UPC-A.
Supplement digits:
Format
Leading
Zero
Data Digits Check
(6 Digits) Digit
Supplement Digits
2 or 5 or
UCC/EAN 128
Expansion: The expansion function is used only for UPC-E
and EAN-8 code reading. It extends to 13-digits with “0” digits
when the feature is enabled.
Example: Barcode “0123654”
Output: “0012360000057”
UPC-E-1: To enable scanner to read UPC-E with leading
digit
Supplement Check Counter: It will be more reliable to read
the barcode with extension (supplement) for UPC-E/A or
EAN-8/13, but it will slow down the decoding speed when this
counter is set.
40
Program
Option Bar Code
Option
Alphanumeric
Entry
00-44
00-44
00*
Insert group selection
Supplement digits
Truncation/Expansion
None
00*
2 digits
01
5 digits
02
2,5 digits
03
UCC/EAN 128
04
2, UCC/EAN 128
05
5, UCC/EAN 128
06
All
07
None
00*
Truncate leading
01
zero
Expand to EAN13
02
Expand to UPCA
03
Disable
00*
Enable
01
Disable
00*
Enable
01
Expansion
UPCE-1
41
20*
Supplement Check
Counter
Exit
42
EAN-13
Read: Format
Data Digits (12 Digits)
Check Digits
Check-sum verification: The checksum of EAN-13 is
optional and made as the sum of the numerical value of the
data digits.
Check-sum transmission: By setting Enable, checks sum
will be transmitted.
Truncate leading/ending: Refer to Truncate leading/ending
of UPC-A.
Program
The
Option Bar Code
Option
Alphanumeric
Entry
Disable
00
Enable
01*
Disable
00
Enable
01*
0-15
00-15
Read
Check-sum
transmission
00*
Truncate leading
43
0-15
00-15
00*
Truncate ending
Exit
44
EAN-13
Code ID setting: Refer to Code ID setting of UPC-A.
Insertion group selection: Refer to Insertion group
selection of UPC-A.
Supplement digits:
Format
Data Digits
(12 Digits)
Check
Digits
Supplement Digits
2 or 5 or
UCC / EAN 128
ISBN/ISSN: The ISBN (International Standard Book Number)
and ISSN (International Standard Serial Number) are two
kinds of barcodes for book and magazines. The ISBN is 10
digits with leading “978” and the ISSN is 8 digits with leading
“977” of the “EAN-13” symbology.
Example: Barcode “9789572222720” - Output: “9572222724”
Example: Barcode “9771019248004” - Output: “10192484”
Supplement Check Counter: It will be more reliable to read
the barcode with extension (supplement) for UPCE/A or
EAN-8/13, but it will slow down the decoding speed when this
counter is set.
Program
Option Bar Code
Option
Alphanumeric
Entry
00-ffH ASCII
00-ffH
code
< F >*
Code ID setting
45
00-44
00-44
00*
Insert group
selection
Supplement digits
None
00*
2 digits
01
5 digits
02
2,5 digits
03
UCC/EAN 128
04
2, UCC/EAN 128
05
5, UCC/EAN 128
06
All
07
Disable
00*
Enable
01
ISBN/ISSN
conversion
20*
Supplement Check
Counter
Exit
46
EAN-8
Read: Format
Data Digits
(7 Digits)
Check
Digits
Check-sum verification: The checksum of EAN-8 is
optional and made as the sum of the numerical value of the
data digits.
Check-sum transmission: By setting Enable, checks sum
will be transmitted.
Truncate leading/ending: Refer to Truncate leading/ending
of UPC-A.
Code ID setting: Refer to Code ID setting of UPC-A.
Insertion group selection: Refer to Insertion group
selection of UPCA.
Program
Option Bar Code
Option
Alphanumeric
Entry
Disable
00
Enable
01*
Disable
00
Enable
01*
Read
Check-sum
transmission
47
0-15
00-15
00*
Truncate leading
0-15
00-15
00*
Truncate ending
Code ID setting
Two characters
00-ffH, 00-ffH
00-ffH ASCII
< FF >*
code
00-44
00-44
00*
Insert group
selection
Exit
48
EAN-8
Supplement digits: Format
Data Digits
(7 Digits)
Check
Digits
Supplement Digits
2 or 5 or
UCC/EAN 128
Truncation / Expansion: Refer to Truncate Leading zero of
UPC-E.
Expansion: Refer to Expansion of UPC-E.
Supplement Check Counter: It will be more reliable to read
the barcode with extension (supplement) for UPC-E/A or
EAN-8/13, but it will slow down the decoding speed when this
counter is set.
Program
Option Bar Code
Option
Alphanumeric
Entry
Supplement digits
None
00*
2 digits
01
5 digits
02
2,5 digits
03
UCC/EAN 128
04
2, UCC/EAN 128
05
5, UCC/EAN 128
06
All
07
Counter
20*
49
Disable
00*
Enable
01
None
00*
Truncate leading
01
Truncation /
Expansion
Truncation /
zero
Expansion
Expand to EAN13
02
Disable
00*
Enable
01
Expansion
Exit
50
Code 39
Read: Format where “★” is the asterisk character.
Start
“★”
Data Digits
( Variable)
Checksum
(Optional)
End
“★”
Check-sum verification: The checksum of Code-39 is
optional and made as the sum module 43 of the numerical
value of the data digits.
Check-sum transmission: By setting Enable, checksum
will be transmitted.
Max./Min. code length: Each symbology has own Max./Min.
Code Length. They can be set to qualify data entry. If their
Max./Min. Code Length is zero, the Global Min./Max. Code
Length is in effect. The length is defined as to the actual
barcode data length to be sent. Label with length exceeds
these limits will be rejected. Make sure that the Minimum
length setting is no greater than the Maximum length setting,
or otherwise all the labels of the symbology will not be
readable. In particular, you can see the same value for both
Minimum and Maximum reading length to force the fixed
length barcode decoded.
Truncate leading/ending: Refer to Truncate leading/ending
of UPC-A.
Code ID setting: Refer to Code ID setting of UPC-A.
Program
Option Bar Code
Option
Alphanumeric
Entry
Disable
00
Enable
01*
Read
51
Disable
00*
Enable
01
Disable
00*
Enable
01
00-64
00-64
Check-sum
verification
Check-sum
transmission
00*
Max. code length
00-64
00-64
01*
Min. code length
0-20
00-20
00*
Truncate leading
0-15
00-15
00*
Truncate ending
00-ffH ASCII
00-ffH
code
<*>
Code ID setting
Exit
52
Code 39
Insertion group selection: Refer to Insertion group
selection of UPC-A.
Format: The Full ASCII Code 39 is an enhanced set of
Code 39 that is the data with total of 128 characters to
represent Full ASCII code. It is combined one of the digits +,
%, $ and/ with one of the alpha digits (A to Z).
Append: This function allows several symbols to be
concatenated and be treat as one single data entry. The
scanner will not transmit the embedded appending code
(space for Code 39). If Enable and other symbols were read
again with the appended code, then codes will be transmitted
without Code ID, Preamble and Prefix. When a symbol is
decoded without the appended code, the data will be
transmitted without Code ID and Prefix, but the Postamble
Suffix codes are appended. This function is used when the
first number of Code 39 is a space. Example: □123456.
Start/end transmission: The start and end characters of
Code-39 are“★” (asterisk) and are not transmitted. You can
transmit all data digits by including two “★” before and after.
Program
Option Bar Code
Option
Alphanumeric
Entry
00-44
00-44
00*
Insert group
selection
53
Standard
00*
Full ASCII
01
Disable
00*
Enable
01
Disable
00*
Enable
01
Format
Append
Start/end
transmission
Exit
54
Interleaved 2 of 5
Read: Format
Data Digits
(Variable)
Checksum
(Optional)
Check-sum verification: The checksum is made as the sum
module 10 of the numerical values of all data digits.
Check-sum transmission: By setting Enable, checksum
will be transmitted.
Max./Min. code length: Refer to Max./Min. code length of
Code 39.
Truncate leading/ending: Refer to Truncate leading/ending
of UPC-A.
Code ID setting: Refer to Code ID setting of UPC-A.
Insertion group selection: Refer to Insertion group
selection of UPC-A.
Program
Option Bar Code
Option
Alphanumeric
Entry
Disable
00
Enable
01*
Disable
00*
Enable
01
Read
Check-sum
verification
55
Disable
00*
Enable
01
00-64
00-64
Check-sum
transmission
00*
Max. code leading
00-64
00-64
00*
Min. code leading
0-15
00-15
00*
Truncate leading
0-15
00-15
00*
Truncate ending
00-ffH ASCII
00-ffH
code
< i >*
00-44
00-44
Code ID setting
00*
Insert group
selection
Exit
56
Industrial 2 of 5
Read: Format
Data Digits
(Variable)
Checksum
(Optional)
Max./Min. code length: Refer to Max./Min. code length of
Code 39.
Truncate leading/ending: Refer to Truncate leading/ending
of UPC-A.
Code ID setting: Refer to Code ID setting of UPC-A.
Insertion group selection: Refer to Insertion group
selection of UPC-A.
Program
Option Bar Code
Option
Alphanumeric
Entry
Disable
00*
Enable
01
00-64
00-64
Read
00*
Max. code length
00-64
00-64
00*
Min. code length
57
0-15
00-15
00*
Truncate leading
0-15
00-15
00*
Truncate ending
00-ffH ASCII
00-ffH
code
< i >*
00-44
00-44
Code ID setting
00*
Insert group
selection
Exit
58
Matrix 2 of 5 Eur
Read: Format
Data Digits
(Variable)
Checksum
(Optional)
Checksum Verification: The checksum is made as the sum
module 10 of the numerical values of all data digits.
Checksum Transmission: By setting Enable, checksum will
be transmitted.
Max./Min. code length: Refer to Max./Min. code length of
Code 39.
Truncate leading/ending: Refer to Truncate leading/ending
of UPC-A.
Code ID setting: Refer to Code ID setting of UPC-A.
Insertion group selection: Refer to Insertion group
selection of UPC-A.
Program
Option Bar Code
Option
Alphanumeric
Entry
Disable
00*
Enable
01
Disable
00*
Enable
01
Disable
00*
Enable
01
Read
Checksum
Verification
59
Checksum
Transmission
00-64
00-64
00*
Max. code length
00-64
00-64
00*
Min. code length
0-15
00-15
00*
Truncate leading
0-15
00-15
00*
Truncate ending
00-ffH ASCII
00-ffH
code
< B >*
00-44
00- 44
Code ID setting
00*
Insert group
selection
Exit
60
Codabar
Read: Format
Start
Data Digits (Variable)
Checksum (Optional) End
Checksum Verification: The checksum is made as the sum
module 16 of the numerical values of all data digits.
Checksum Transmission: By setting Enable, checksum will
be transmitted.
Max./Min. code length: Refer to Max./Min. code length of
Code 39.
Truncate leading/ending: Refer to Truncate leading/ending
of UPC-A.
Code ID setting: Refer to Code ID setting of UPC-A.
Program
Option Bar Code
Option
Alphanumeric
Entry
Disable
00*
Enable
01
Disable
00*
Enable
01
Read
Checksum
Verification
61
Disable
00*
Enable
01
00-64
00-64
Checksum
Transmission
00*
Max. code length
00-64
00-64
00*
Min. code length
0-15
00-15
00*
Truncate leading
0-15
00-15
00*
Truncate ending
00-ffH ASCII
00-ffH
code
< % >*
Code ID setting
Exit
62
Codabar
Insertion group selection: Refer to Insertion group
selection of UPC-A.
Start/End type: The Codabar has four pairs of Start/End
pattern; you may select one pair to match your application.
Start/End Transmission: Refer to Start/End Transmission of
Code 39.
Program
Option Bar Code
Option
Alphanumeric
Entry
00-44
00-44
00*
Insert group
selection
Start/End type
ABCD/ABCD
00*
abcd/abcd
01
ABCD/TN*E
02
abcd/tn*e
03
Disable
00*
Enable
01
Start/End
transmission
Exit
63
Code-128
Read: Format
Data Digits
(Variable)
Checksum
(Optional)
Checksum Verification: The checksum is made as the sum
module 103 of all data digits.
Checksum Transmission: By setting Enable, checksum will
be transmitted.
Program
Option Bar Code
Option
Alphanumeric
Entry
Disable
00
Enable
01*
Disable
00
Enable
01*
Disable
00*
Enable
01
Read
Checksum
Verification
Checksum
Transmission
Exit
64
Code 128
Max./Min. code length: Refer to Max./Min. code length of
Code 39.
Truncate leading/ending: Refer to Truncate leading/ending
of UPC-A.
Code ID setting: Refer to Code ID setting of UPC-A.
Insertion group selection: Refer to Insertion group
selection of UPC-A.
Format: The Code-128 can be translated to UCC/EAN-128
format if it starts with FNC1 character. The first FNC1 will
be translated to “]C1”,and next to be a field separator code as
<GS>(1D16).
]C1
Data
<GS>
Data
Checksum
Program
Option Bar Code
Option
00-64
Alphanumeric
Entry
00-64
00*
Max. code length
00-64
00-64
01*
Min. code length
0-15
00-15
00*
Truncate leading
65
0-15
00-15
00*
Truncate ending
00-ffH ASCII
00-ffH
code
< # >*
00-44
00-44
Code ID setting
00*
Insert group
selection
Standard
00*
UCC/EAN-128
01
Format
Exit
66
Code 128
Append: When the function is enabled, it won't show the
data immediately if scanner read the barcode includes FNC2
code. It will show all data until it read the barcode, which
doesn't have FNC2 code.
UCC/ EAN 128 ID setting: To setting the code ID for
UCC/EAN 128 output format.
Field separator code: This feature is only used for
UCC/EAN 128 format. This Field separator code means you
can reassign second or after a FNC1 for your usage. The
default of ASCII code is <GS>(1D16).
Program
Option Bar Code
Option
Alphanumeric
Entry
Disable
00*
Enable
01
00-ffH ASCII
00-ffH
code
< # >*
00-ffH ASCII
00-ffH
code
1DH*
Append
UCC/EAN 128
ID setting
Field separator code
Exit
67
Code 93
Read: Format
Data Digits Checksum1 Checksum2
(Variable)
(Optional)
(Optional)
Checksum Verification: The checksum is made as the sum
module 47 of the numerical values of all data digits.
Checksum Transmission: By setting Enable, checksum
will be transmitted.
Program
Option Bar Code
Option
Alphanumeric
Entry
Disable
00*
Enable
01
Disable
00
Enable
01*
Read
Checksum
(two digits)
Verification
Disable
00*
Enable
01
Checksum
Transmission
Exit
68
Code 93
Max./Min. code length: Refer to Max./Min. code length of
Code 39.
Truncate leading/ending: Refer to Truncate leading/ending
of UPC-A.
Code ID setting: Refer to Code ID setting of UPC-A.
Insertion group selection: Refer to Insertion group
selection of UPC-A.
Program
Option Bar Code
Option
Alphanumeric
Entry
00-64
00-64
00*
Max. code length
00-64
00-64
00*
Min. code length
0-15
00-15
00*
Truncate leading
0-15
00-15
00*
Truncate ending
69
00-ffH ASCII
00-ffH
code
< & >*
00-44
00-44
Code ID setting
00*
Insert group
selection
Exit
70
Code 11
Read: Format
Data Digits Checksum1 Checksum2
(Variable)
(Optional)
(Optional)
Checksum Verification: The checksum is presented as the
sum module 11 of all data digits.
Checksum Transmission: By setting Enable, checksum1
and checksum2 will be transmitted upon your selected
checksum verification method.
Max./Min. code length: Refer to Max./Min. code length of
Code 39.
Truncate leading/ending: Refer to Truncate leading/ending
of UPC-A.
Code ID setting: Refer to Code ID setting of UPC-A.
Insertion group selection: Refer to Insertion group
selection of UPC-A.
Program
Option Bar Code
Option
Alphanumeric
Entry
Disable
00*
Enable
01
Disable
00
One digit
01*
Two digits
02
Disable
00*
Enable
01
Read
Checksum
Verification
Checksum
Transmission
71
00-64
00-64
00*
Max. code length
00-64
00-64
00*
Min. code length
0-15
00-15
00*
Truncate leading
0-15
00-15
00*
Truncate ending
00-ffH ASCII
00-ffH
code
< O >*
00-44
00-44
Code ID setting
00*
Insert group
selection
Exit
72
MSI/Plessey
Read: Format
Data Digits Checksum1 Checksum2
(Variable)
(Optional)
(Optional)
Checksum Verification: The MSI/Plessey has one or two
optional checksum digits. The checksum is presented 3
kinds of method Mod10, Mod10/10 and Mod 11/10. The
checksum1 and checksum2 will be calculated as the sum
module 10 or 11 of the data digits.
Checksum Transmission: By setting Enable, checksum1
and checksum2 will be transmitted upon your selected
checksum verification method.
Max./Min. code length: Refer to Max./Min. code length of
Code 39.
Truncate leading/ending: Refer to Truncate leading/ending
of UPC-A.
Code ID setting: Refer to Code ID setting of UPC-A.
Insertion group selection: Refer to Insertion group
selection of UPC-A.
Program
Option Bar Code
Option
Alphanumeric
Entry
Disable
00*
Enable
01
Disable
00
Mod 10
01*
Checksum
Mod 10/10
02
Verification
Mod 11/10
03
Read
73
Disable
00*
Enable
01
00-64
00-64
Checksum
Transmission
00*
Max. code length
00-64
00-64
00*
Min. code length
0-15
00-15
00*
Truncate leading
0-15
00-15
00*
Truncate ending
00-ffH ASCII
00-ffH
code
< @ >*
00-44
00-44
Code ID setting
00*
Insert group
selection
Exit
74
UK/Plessey
Read: Format
Data Digits
(Variable)
Checksum1+2
(Optional)
Checksum Verification: The UK/Plessey has one or two
optional checksum digits. The checksum1 and checksum2
will be calculated as the sum module 10 or 11 of the data
digits.
Checksum Transmission: By setting Enable, checksum will
be transmitted.
Max./Min. code length: Refer to Max./Min. code length of
Code 39.
Truncate leading/ending: Refer to Truncate leading/ending
of UPC-A.
Code ID setting: Refer to Code ID setting of UPC-A.
Insertion group selection: Refer to Insertion group
selection of UPC-A.
Program
Option Bar Code
Option
Alphanumeric
Entry
Disable
00*
Enable
01
Disable
00
Enable
01*
Read
Checksum
Verification
75
Disable
00*
Enable
01
00-64
00-64
Checksum
Transmission
00*
Max. code length
00-64
00-64
00*
Min. code length
0-15
00-15
00*
Truncate leading
0-15
00-15
00*
Truncate ending
00-ffH ASCII
00-ffH
code
< @ >*
00-44
00-44
Code ID setting
00*
Insert group
selection
Exit
76
Telepen
Read: IATA (International Air Transport Association).
Checksum Verification: The checksum is presented as the
sum module 10 or 11 of the data digits.
Checksum Transmission: By setting Enable, checksum will
be transmitted.
Max./Min. code length: Refer to Max./Min. code length of
Code 39.
Truncate leading/ending: Refer to Truncate leading/ending
of UPC-A.
Code ID setting: Refer to Code ID setting of UPC-A.
Insertion group selection: Refer to Insertion group
selection of UPC-A.
Program
Option Bar Code
Option
Alphanumeric
Entry
Disable
00*
Enable
01
Disable
00*
Enable
01
Disable
00*
Enable
01
Read
Checksum
Verification
Checksum
Transmission
77
00-64
00-64
00*
Max. code length
00-64
00-64
00*
Min. code length
0-15
00-15
00*
Truncate leading
0-15
00-15
00*
Truncate ending
00-ffH ASCII
00-ffH
code
< S >*
00-44
00-44
Code ID setting
00*
Insert group
selection
Numeric only
00*
Full ASCII only
01
Format
Exit
78
Standard 2 of 5
Read: Format
Data Digits
(Variable)
Checksum1
(Optional)
Check-sum verification: The checksum is made as the sum
module 10 of the numerical values of all data digits.
Check-sum transmission: By setting Enable, checksum
will be transmitted.
Max./Min. code length: Refer to Max./Min. code length of
Code 39.
Truncate leading/ending: Refer to Truncate leading/ending
of UPC-A.
Code ID setting: Refer to Code ID setting of UPC-A.
Insertion group selection: Refer to Insertion group
selection of UPC-A.
Program
Option Bar Code
Option
Alphanumeric
Entry
Disable
00*
Enable
01
Disable
00*
Enable
01
Disable
00*
Enable
01
Read
Check-sum
verification
Check-sum
transmission
79
00-64
00-64
00*
Max. code length
00-64
00-64
00*
Min. code length
0-15
00-15
00*
Truncate leading
0-15
00-15
00*
Truncate ending
00-ffH ASCII
00-ffH
code
< i >*
00-44
00-44
Code ID setting
00*
Insert group
selection
Exit
80
GS1 DataBar Omnidirectional
Read: Format
Data Digits
(Variable)
Checksum1
(Optional)
Truncate leading/ending: Refer to Truncate leading/ending
of UPC-A.
Code ID setting: Refer to Code ID setting of UPC-A.
Insertion group selection: Refer to Insertion group
selection of UPC-A.
UCC/EAN 128 emulation: Refer to Transmission, Code ID
transmission must be set as AIM ID enable. Then ]C1 will be
identified as prefix of barcode data transmission.
Program
Option Bar Code
Option
Alphanumeric
Entry
Disable
00*
Enable
01
0-15
00-15
Read
00*
Truncate leading
0-15
00-15
00*
Truncate ending
00-ffH ASCII
00-ffH
code
< R4 >*
Code ID setting
81
00-44
00-44
00*
Insert group
selection
Disable
00*
Enable
01
UCC/EAN128
emulation
Exit
82
GS1 DataBar Limited
Read: Format
Data Digits
(Variable)
Checksum1
(Optional)
Truncate leading/ending: Refer to Truncate leading/ending
of UPC-A.
Code ID setting: Refer to Code ID setting of UPC-A.
Insertion group selection: Refer to Insertion group
selection of UPC-A.
UCC/EAN 128 emulation: Refer to UCC/EAN 128 emulation
of GS1 DATABAR OMNIDIRECTIONAL.
Program
Option Bar Code
Option
Alphanumeric
Entry
Disable
00*
Enable
01
0-15
00-15
Read
00*
Truncate leading
0-15
00-15
00*
Truncate ending
83
00-ffH ASCII
00-ffH
code
< RL >*
00-44
00-44
Code ID setting
00*
Insert group
selection
Disable
00*
Enable
01
UCC/EAN128
emulation
Exit
84
GS1 DataBar Expanded
Read: Format
Data Digits
(Variable)
Checksum1
(Optional)
Max./Min. code length: Refer to Max./Min. code length of
Code 39.
Truncate leading/ending: Refer to Truncate leading/ending
of UPC-A.
Code ID setting: Refer to Code ID setting of UPC-A.
Insertion group selection: Refer to Insertion group
selection of UPC-A.
UCC/EAN 128 emulation: Refer to UCC/EAN 128 emulation
of GS1 DATABAR OMNIDIRECTIONAL.
Program
Option Bar Code
Option
Alphanumeric
Entry
Disable
00*
Enable
01
00-99
00-99
Read
99*
Max. code length
85
00-99
00-99
01*
Min. code length
0-15
00-15
00*
Truncate leading
0-15
00-15
00*
Truncate ending
00-ffH ASCII
00-ffH
code
< RX >*
00-44
00-44
Code ID setting
00*
Insert group
selection
Disable
00*
Enable
01
UCC/EAN128
emulation
Exit
86
China Post
Read: Format
Data Digits
(Variable)
Checksum1
(Optional)
Max./Min. code length: Refer to Max./Min. code length of
Code 39.
Truncate leading/ending: Refer to Truncate leading/ending
of UPC-A.
Code ID setting: Refer to Code ID setting of UPC-A.
Insertion group selection: Refer to Insertion group
selection of UPC-A.
Program
Option Bar Code
Option
Alphanumeric
Entry
Disable
00*
Enable
01
00-64
00-64
Read
11*
Max. code length
00-64
00-64
11*
Min. code length
87
0-15
00-15
00*
Truncate leading
0-15
00-15
00*
Truncate ending
00-ffH ASCII
00-ffH
code
< t >*
00-44
01-44
Code ID setting
00*
Insert group
selection
Exit
88
Italian Pharmacode
Read: Format
Data Digits
(Variable)
Checksum1
(Optional)
Max./Min. code length: Refer to Max./Min. code length of
Code 39.
Truncate leading/ending: Refer to Truncate leading/ending
of UPC-A.
Code ID setting: Refer to Code ID setting of UPC-A.
Insertion group selection: Refer to Insertion group
selection of UPC-A.
Leading “A”: If this function is enabled, each prefix of data
shall be A.
Program
Option Bar Code
Option
Alphanumeric
Entry
Disable
00*
Enable
01
00-64
00-64
Read
12*
Max. code length
00-64
00-64
09*
Min. code length
89
0-15
00-15
00*
Truncate leading
0-15
00-15
00*
Truncate ending
00-ffH ASCII
01-ffH
code
< p >*
00-44
00-44
Code ID setting
00*
Insert group
selection
Disable
00*
Enable
01
Leading “A”
Exit
90
Test Chart
CODABAR
CODE 11
CODE 128
CODE 39
CODE 93
EAN 13
91
STANDARD-25
EAN-8
INDUSTRIAL 2 OF 5
UPC-E
INTERLEAVED 2 OF 5
92
MATRIX 25
MSI/PLESSEY
UPC-A
UK/PLESSEY
RSS
93
ASCII Code Table Note:
L
H
0
0
For keyboard wedge only.
1
Null
0
1
NUL
DLE
1
Up
F1
SOH
DC1
2
Down
F2
STX
DC2
3
Left
F3
ETX
DC3
4
Right
F4
EOT
DC4
5
PgUp
F5
ENQ
NAK
6
PgDn
F6
ACK
SYN
F7
BEL
ETB
F8
BS
CAN
7
8
Bs
9
Tab
A
F9
HT
EM
F10
LF
SUB
ESC
B
Home
Esc
VT
C
End
F11
FF
FS
D
Enter
F12
CR
GS
E
Insert
Ctrl+
SO
RS
F
Delete
Alt+
SI
US
L
H
2
3
4
0
SP
0
@
1
!
1
A
2
“
2
B
R
b
r
3
#
3
C
S
c
s
4
$
4
D
T
d
t
5
%
5
E
U
e
u
6
&
6
F
V
f
v
7
‘
7
G
W
g
w
8
(
8
H
X
h
x
9
)
9
I
Y
i
y
A
★
:
J
Z
j
z
B
+
;
K
[
k
﹛
C
,
<
L
\
l
︱
D
-
=
M
]
m
﹜
E
.
>
N
^
n
〜
F
/
?
O
_
o
DEL
94
5
6
7
P
`
p
Q
a
q
Parameter Setting List
Program
Barcode standard parameter setting list
If you wish to display the current configuration of your
ValueScan II scanner over the host terminal/computer, scan
the Barcode standard parameter setting list bar code.
Unique parameter list
If you wish to display the unique parameter setting list, scan
the unique parameter list bar code
System parameter setting list
If you wish to display the product information and revision
number for your ValueScan II scanner over the host
terminal/computer, scan the System parameter setting list
bar code.
String setting list
If you wish to display the string format list, scan the String
setting list bar code.
95
Firmware version list
If you wish to display the firmware version, scan the
Firmware version list.
WARNING: Default value initialization
If you wish to return the ValueScan II scanner to all the
factory default settings, scan the Default value initialization
bar code.
Exit
96
0
A
1
B
2
C
3
D
4
E
5
F
6
7
8
Finish
9
97
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