BY801 Wireless Scanner Manual

BY801 Wireless Scanner Manual

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Introduction

BY801 wireless scanner is one of our scanners, used with 433MHz ISM band. Ideal for a wide range of application from warehouses to chain-store supermarkets and post offices.

This product has scanner and receiver two parts, basic usage is as below:

-Connecting receiver and computer with cable, the USB-HID driver will be installed in computer automatically.

-Trigger the scanner button, scanner will be waked up with beep and send the handshake signal to the terminal at the same time.

-After the handshake success, scanner will start read the bar code, and upload the data to the terminal software.

Features:

-Transmission up to 800m in open space.

-One receiver can set up with 255 scanner at most.

-Pairing can be done with one scanning.

-Large capacity battery support for up to 4 hours continuous scanning and uploading.

-One scanning switch function so that it could adapt to the wireless channel interference.

-Support random mode, none lost mode and inventory mode.

-Support resume batch report in sleeping mode.

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-Store up to 2000 bar codes.

Indicator:

This product has more kinds of indicator for beep and

LED,we describe by scanner and receiver as blow:

Scanner:

If the battery is too low to start, you will see the LED flashing red and blue in interval seconds after trigger the button, in 5 seconds off to be sleep.

After trigger the button,indicated with two beep, LED turns to be blue. If the current voltage is undervoltage detection,LED will be turn to be red alarm.

Scanner will send the synchronizing signal to the terminal,it will be succeed with a “beep”, and LED will be flashing with red and blue if synchronized unsuccessfully in 6 seconds.

Scan and upload data success with two different beep,the first beep means decoding success, the last beep means data upload success. If data could not be upload, replace the beep with alarm.

In the full memory storage mode, will be accompanied by a buzzer alarm.

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Index

1. Scanner Basic Characteristics

.........................5

1.1 Reset Configuration to Defaults

.........5

1.3 Forced into Sleep Mode

...........................6

1.4 Transmission Mode

.....................................6

1.5 Fast Pairing

...............................................7

1.6 Frequency Offset

.......................................8

1.7 Inventory Options

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1.8 Memory Options

...........................................10

1.9 Power Saving Options

...............................11

1.10 Address Options

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1.11 Speaker Mode

...........................................12

1.12 Laser Trigger Mode

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1.13 Laser on Trigger

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1.14 Auto-scan Mode Option

.........................14

1.15

Setting Bar code On and Off ......................14

1.16 Set Same Code Delay in

Continuous Scan

Mode .....................................................................14

1.17

Reading Safety Class ..................................15

1.18

Code ID Identification Option....................15

1.19

Keyboard Languages..................................16

1.20

Transmit Speed Options.............................17

1.22 L etters Conversion.....................................17

1.22

Ignore Chinese Input .................................18

1.23

Enable Normal and Inverse Data ...............18

2. Different Type of Bar Code Settings...........................19

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2.1 UPC-A............................................................19

2.2 EAN-13..........................................................19

2.3 EAN-8............................................................20

2.4 UPC-E0..........................................................21

2.5 UPC-E1..........................................................22

2.6 CODE39.........................................................23

2.7 CODE128 Setting ..........................................25

2.8 CODE-93 .......................................................26

2.9 Interleaved 25...............................................26

2.10 Other 25 Code Settings...............................27

2.11 Matrix 25 ....................................................28

2.12 Code Bar Settings .......................................29

2.13 MSI Settings................................................31

2.14 CODE 11......................................................31

2.15 RSS Code.....................................................32

3. Advanced Settings .....................................................33

3.1 EAN、UPC Appendix Settings ..............................33

3.2 Code ID Settings ...........................................33

3.3 Specific or Global Settings ........................34

Appendix A

Appendix B

Add^3”before the data source when make Setting codes by using “128 code”。

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1.Scanner Basic Characteristics

1.1 Reset Configuration to Defaults

1)Reset Para.for Tx

After scanning 0B,scanner will perform the following operations:

The scanner parameters are set to factory defaults,detail parameters please see appendix A.

All the wireless parameters are set to original state, and stop any transceiver.

(2)Reset Para. for Rx

After scanning 0C, receiver will preform the following operations:

Reset all the wireless parameters to factory defaults, details as appendix A.

Reset Para for Tx Reset Para for Rx

1.2 Firmware Version

After scanning 0A success,the scanner version will be showed on the terminal; after scanning 0D success, the receiver version will be showed on the terminal.

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Firmware Version(Tx) Firmware Version(Rx)

1.3 Forced into Sleep Mode

After scanning 0E, scanner will enter the sleep mode no matter how the current state is. To use the setting is to reset some temporary wireless data and re-establish the connection.

Forced into Sleep Mode

1.4 Transmission Mode

Transmission for scanner and receiver:

Scanner has 3 wireless data transmission mode:

-Random mode will upload the data after success scanning with beep, and upload fail with alarm and data will not be stored, and it is the defaulted mode.

-None lost mode can make sure the data uploaded to the terminal, if uploading fail, data will be stored until upload success which make sure the data is not lost.

-Inventory mode, the user to scan the data to memory, and data will be uploaded to terminal after scan the inventory mode.

Note:Switch between any mode will clear the memory.

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Random Mode None Lost Mode

Inventory Mode

Receiver has 2 wireless data transmission mode:

USB-KBW USB-VCOM

1.5 Fast Pairing

Pairing means the scanner matches to the receiver to avoid system working confusion. Scanner read the paring setting, and the receiver will be observed with indicator flashing. As the matching process is the scanner broadcasting process, please keep one receiver power on only in 10m, otherwise will broadcast to other terminal.

Once scanner cancel pairing, scanner sending data is in broadcasting state, any terminal will receive it.

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Fast Pairing Cancel Pairing

1.6 Frequency Offset

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Frequency offset is valid for scanner and terminal, to change the current frequency to avoid other interference. This system working band is 433MHz, is also factory default band. The system also provides 21 channels for setting, detail as below:

Firstly setting the channel for terminal,and waiting for the scanner to response;

Then setting the channel for scanner, make sure this channel is same as for terminal.

The following is the channel point corresponding to the setting code for scanner:

Setting Point Setting

Channel Point(M) Channel

Code (M) Code

0

1

2

433.092

430.092

427.092

034000

034001

034002

10

11

12

442.092

445.092

448.092

034010

034011

034012

424.092

421.092

418.092

415.092

412.092

436.092

034003

034004

034005

034006

034007

034008

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14

15

16

17

18

451.092

454.092

457.092

460.092

463.092

466.092

034013

034014

034015

034016

034017

034018

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9 439.092 034009 19 469.092

034019

20 472.092

034020

For terminal: all the channels are same as scanner’s,only the first four numbers are “0390”.Such as the setting code of channel

0 is 039000, setting code of channel 18 will be 039018. The following are some setting codes for scanner and terminal:

Scanner Channel 0 Scanner Channel 7

Scanner Channel 20 Terminal Channel 0

Terminal Channel 7 Terminal Channel 20

1.7 Inventory Options

All the inventory options will be valid in inventory mode, will be generated a error tone in other modes.

(1)Checking the total number of inventory data

Scanning “032100”,the total number of inventory data will be showed on the terminal.

(2)Uploading inventory data

Scanning “032200”, all the scanning data will be uploaded on the terminal.

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Checking Total Number Uploading the Inventory Data

3)Inventory auto clear on and off

Inventory data mode can set to clear memory automatically after uploading.

Auto Clear No Auto Clear

1.8 Memory Options

1)Allow uploading data after sleeping

The function can use in none lost mode and inventory mode only.If the scanner is time to sleep, before sleeping data upload unsuccessful because of bad wireless signal,it could be set to upload the unfinished data after wake up.

Upload Data after Sleeping Clear after Sleeping

(2)Clear Memory

Once scan this setting, all the memory will be clear no matter when the scanner is in any mode, scanner will stop wireless transmission and waiting for new data.

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Clear Memory

1.9 Power Saving Options

The auto-sleep time could be set. Code “035001” means scanner entering auto-sleep mode in 10 seconds. When the last number of code plus 1, sleeping time will add 10 seconds, the maximum time is 1800 seconds,which is 30 minutes.

Auto-sleep in 30Ss Auto-sleep in 60s

Auto-sleep in 10m None Auto-sleep Mode

1.10 Address Options

(1)Setting scanner physical address

Each scanner has it own physical address, factory default is

0#, maximum is 254#. We will suggest customers to set the physical address for scanners when one terminal matches to more than one scanners.

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Scanner Physical Address 1# Scanner Physical Adress 2#

Scanner Physical Address10# Scanner Physical Address 254#

(2)Output Physical Address On and Off

If this function is on, scanner physical address will be showed with data on the terminal. For example, scanner 1# uploads data

ABC, terminal will show 001--ABC.

Output Physical Add.On Output Physical Add.Off

1.11 Speaker Mode

(1)Speaker On and Off

Speaker Off Speaker On

(2)Tone/Volume Adjustment

After scan the below setting code, the volume will be adjusted to be higher or lower by different scan.

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Tone/Volume Adjustment

1.12 Laser Trigger Mode

Level Trigger Mode Pulse Trigger Mode

Level Trigger Continuous Scan Pulse Trigger Continuous Scan

Continuous Scan Blink Mode

1.13 Laser on Trigger

When the last number of bar code 01111111 plus 1,laser will be on more 1s, the longest time is 9s.

1s 3s

5s 9s

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1.14 Auto-scan Mode Option

(1)Auto-scan On and Off

On Off

(2)

Auto Sensitivity Adjustment

Increase Decrease

1.15

Setting Bar code On and Off

The function is on which can start the related settings, when the function is off, bar code will be output as normal data.

On Off

1.16 Set Same Code Delay in

Continuous Scan Mode

When in continuous scan mode, scan bar code like 01702, the interval recognized time of the same bar code will be 200ms.

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When the last number of 01702 plus 2, interval will be add 200ms, the longest same code delay time is 5s.

200ms 500ms

1s 5s

1.17

Reading Safety Class

Some bar code needed to be confirmed more than once before output avoid decoding error. The lower reading class, decode speed will be higher, the decoding error rate will be higher as well. The higher reading class, decode speed will be lower, the decoding error rate will be lower as well.

Lowest(Class I) Class II

Class III Highest(Class IV)

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Code ID Identification Option

Code ID is used to identify the bar code by one letter.

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Enable Prefix ID Enable Suffix ID

Disable Prefix ID Disable Suffix ID

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Keyboard Languages

S/N

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2

3

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5

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7

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9

10

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Support 23 keyboard language, details as table 1.

Table 1

Languages

USA

Belgium

Brazil

Canada

Czech

Denmark

Finland

France

Germany

Austria

Greece

Hungary

Italy

Setting

03A000

03A001

03A002

03A003

03A004

03A005

03A006

03A007

03A008

03A009

03A010

03A011

S/N

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14

15

19

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Languages

Holland

Norway

Portugal

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Sweden,

Finland

17

Switzerland

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Spain

Russian

Turkey 1

21

22

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Turkey 2

England

Japan

16

Setting

03A012

03A013

03A014

03A015

03A016

03A017

03A018

03A019

03A020

03A021

03A022

Germany

Italian

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Transmit Speed Options

The transmit speed between characters of bar code is

10ms after scan the bar code 03C001. When the last number plus

1, the transmit speed will be add more 10ms, the longest delay is

250ms.

0 10ms

250ms

1.22 L

etters Conversion

The setting is used to convert the capital letters and small letters.

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No Conversion

All Capital Letters

All Small Letters Case Conversion

1.22

Ignore Chinese Input

Under the condition of Chinese Input, data could not be uploaded if data carried with letter. Scanning the setting as below could ignore Chinese input.

On Off

1.23

Enable Normal and Inverse Data

Most normal code is black bar code with white background.

Some bar code is inverse to be white bar code with black background.

Normal Inverse

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2. Different Type of Bar Code Settings

2.1 UPC-A

1)Read UPC-A on and off as below:

On Off

2)Check UPC-A on and off as below:

On Off

3)Check digit transmission on and off as below:

On Off

4)

Converts UPC - A to EAN 13 on and off as below:

On Off

5)UPC - A system character transmission on and off.

On Off

2.2 EAN-13

1)Read EAN-13 on and off as below:

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On Off

2)Check EAN-13 on and off as below:

On Off

3)Check digit transmission on and off as below:

On Off

4)Convert EAN-13 to ISBN/ISSN on and off as below:

On Off

2.3 EAN-8

1)Read EAN-8 on and off as below:

On Off

2)Check EAN-8 on and off as below:

On Off

3)Check digit transmission on and off as below:

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On Off

4)Convert EAN-8 to EAN-13 on and off as below:

On Off

2.4 UPC-E0

1)Read UPC-E0 on and off as below:

On Off

2)

Check UPC-E0 on and off as below:

On Off

3)Check digit transmission on and off as below:

On Off

4)Convert UPC-E0 to EAN-13 on and off as below:.

On Off

5)Convert UPC-E0 to UPC-A on and off as below:

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On Off

6)UPC - E0 system character transmission on and off.

On Off

2.5 UPC-E1

1)Read UPC-E1 on and off as below:

On Off

2)Check UPC-E1 on and off as below:

On Off

3)Check digit transmission on and off as below:

On Off

4)Convert UPC-E1 to EAN-13 on and off as below:

On Off

5)Convert UPC-E1 to UPC-A on and off as below:

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On Off

6)UPC - E01system character transmission on and off.

On Off

2.6 CODE39

1)Read Code39 on and off as below:

On Off

2)Check Code39 on and off as below:

On Off

3)Check digit transmission on and off as below:

On Off

4)Read All ASCII characters on and off as below:

On Off

5) Read start character on and off as below:

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On

Off

6)Convert CODE39 to CODE32 on and off as below:

On

Off

7)Read start character of CODE32 on and off as below:

On Off

8)Read Trioptic 39 on and off as below:

On Off

9)Read start character of Trioptic39 on and off as below:

On Off

10)CODE39 Maximum Length

CODE39 maximum length is from 12 to 249 codes, the last three number of code is the maximum length.

12 codes 249 codes

11)CODE39 Minimum Length

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CODE39 minimum length is from 1 to 9 codes, the last number of code is the minimum length.

1 code 9 codes

2.7 CODE128 Setting

1)Read Code 128 on and off as below:

On Off

2)

Check code128 on and off as below:

On Off

3)Check digit transmission on and off as below:

On Off

4)Read UCCEAN128 on and off as below:

On Off

5)Read ISBT-128 on and off as below:

On Off

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2.8 CODE-93

1)Read Code-93 on and off as below:

On Off

2)Check code-93 on and off as below:

On Off

3)

Check digit transmission on and off as below:

On Off

2.9 Interleaved 25

1)Read interleaved 25 on and off as below:

On Off

2)Check interleaved 25 on and off as below:

On Off

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3)Check digit transmission on and off as below:

On Off

4)Interleaved 25 Maximum Length

Interleaved

25 maximum length is from 12 to 249 codes, the last three number of code is the maximum length as below:

12 Codes 249 Codes

5)Interleaved 25 Minimum Length

Interleaved 25 minimum length is from 1 to 9 codes, the last number of code is the minimum length as below:

1 Code 9 Code

2.10 Other 25 Code Settings

1)Read Industrial 25 on and off as below:

On Off

2)Read China post 25 on and off as below:

On Off

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3)Read standard 25 on and off as below:

On Off

4)Other Code 25 Maximum Length

Other code 25 maximum length is from 12 to 249 codes, the last three number of code is maximum length as below:

12 Codes 249 Codes

5)Other Code 25 Minimum Length

Other Code 25 minimum length is from 1 to 9 codes, the last number of code is the minimum length as below:

1 Code 9 Codes

2.11 Matrix 25

1)Read Matrix 25 on and off as below:

On Off

2)Check Matrix25 on and off as below:

On Off

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3)Check digit transmission on and off as below:

On Off

4)Matrix 25 Maximum Length

Matrix 25 maximum length is from 12 to 129 codes, the last three number of code is the maximum length as below:

12 Codes 249 Codes

5)Matrix 25 Minimum Length

Matrix 25 minimum length is from 1 to 9 codes, the last number of code is the minimum length as below:

1 Code 9 Codes

2.12 Code Bar Settings

1)Read code bar on and off as below:

On Off

2)Check code bar on and off as below:

On Off

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3)

Check digit transmission on and off as below:

On Off

4)Read start character on and off as below:

On Off

5)Read when same start/end character on and off as below:

On Off

6)Code Bar Maximum Length

Code Bar maximum length is from 12 to 249 codes, the last three number of code is the maximum length as below:

12 Codes 249 Codes

7)Code Bar Minimum Length

Code bar minimum length is from 1 to 9 codes, the last number of code is the minimum length as below:

1 Code 9 Codes

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2.13 MSI Settings

1)Read MSI on and off as below:

On Off

2)Check MSI on and off as below:

On Off

3)Read MSI-Plessy on and off as below:

On Off

4)MSI check mode

None Mode 10 Check

Mode 11 Check Mode 10 then Mode 10 Check

Mode 11 then Mode 10 Check

2.14 CODE 11

1)Read Code 11 on and off as below:

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On Off

2)Check digit transmission on and off as below:

On Off

3)Check CODE 11 Mode

None C Check

C、K Check

2.15 RSS Code

1)Read Standard RSS code on and off as below:

On Off

2)Read RSS-limited code on and off as below:

On Off

3)Read RSS-expanded code on and off as below:

On Off

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3. Advanced Settings

3.1 EANUPC Appendix Settings

EAN、UPC supplements could be 2 or 5 digits.

None 2 digits supplement

5 digits supplement 2 or 5 digits supplement

3.2 Code ID Settings

1)All types of codes could be identified by a letter.

00ID

Represent the code type Represent the ID

Letter from A to Z, or a to z.

2)Table 2: Default code type’s matching letters

Code Type Pair Code Type Pair Code Type Pair

EAN-13

EAN-8

A

B

Industrial 25

MSI

I

J

CODE-32

China Post

Q

R

33

UPC-E

CODE128

CODE93

CODE39

Code Bar

Interleaved 25

E

F

C

D

G

H

CODE11

UPC-A

ISBN

Standard RSS

UPC-E1

Tropic-39

Table 2

M

N

K

L

O

P

Standard 25

Matrix-25

Limited RSS

Expanding RSS

3.3 Specific or Global Settings

Edit the bar code before data output like add, delete or insert letters in the front or back of bar code,etc.

Specific Setting: Edit for specific bar codes, details see following table 3.

Code Code Code

Pair Code Type Pair Pair

Type Type Type

UPC-A 01 EAN-13 02 EAN-8 03

CODE39

Matrix25

05 CODE128

10 Code Bar

06

11

CODE93

CODE11

07

13

UPC-E

Interleave d 25

MSI(including MSI-Plessey) 12

Other Code 25(Including Industrial, Standard and

China Post)

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RSS(Including Standard, Expanding and Limited RSS) 14

Table

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Global Setting: Setting apply to all code types with 00.

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Pair

04

08

U

V

S

T

Data output is depended on the setting for specific or global, judgment as below:

If some settings ( like adding letter before bar code) is for specific setting, and also for global code types, then the output will follow the specific setting only.

If setting is not for specific code, but for all code types, then the output will follow all global setting. Such as CODE128, if decoding is 1234, detail output as below table 4.

Global

Add A before Code

Specific

No

Output

A1234

Add A before Code

No

Add B before Code

No

B1234

1234

No Add B before Code B1234

Table 4

There are 9 kinds of setting here below:

1)Delete codes before designated letters

For Example: Decoding data is ABC1234DEFG, designated code is 1234,then the letters before the code is deleted, output is

1234DEFG。

Setting: 02000000 00 3 123

Leading order designated code,length

Specific/Global(see table 3) should match the front number,

Nums of designated code(from 1~9) from 32~126 of ASCII.

Creating a setting with barcode generator, code type is

CODE128, data source is ^302000000003123

.

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Reset setting: 0B200 00

Leading order Specific / Global

2)Delete the same Characters before code

For Example: code is AAA1234,designated letter is A, then output is 1234.

Setting: 02100000 01 A

Leading order designated code, from 32~

Specific /Global 126 of ASCII.

Reset setting: 0B210 01

Leading order Specific / All types

3)Delete the same letters after the code

The function is as same as number (2), but delete the letters from the last digit.

Setting: 02200000 01 A

Leading order designated letter

Specific /Global

Reset setting: 0B220 01

Leading order Specific/ Global

4)Disable transmit the designated letter

If there is designated letter within the bar code, the letter will be deleted. For example: Decoding data is A12A34AA56789A, designated letter is A, then output is 123456789.

Setting: 02300000 02 7

Leading order designated

letter, from 32~

Specific/ Global 126 of ASCII.

The setting means deleting the letter 7 for code EAN-13.

Reset Setting: 0B230 02

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Leading order Specific/ Global

5)Adding Letters

Three parts for adding letters: from the front side, middle side and back side of code.

( a)From the front side: adding letters from the front of bar code.

For example: Code is 1234, added letter is ABC, then output is

ABC1234.

Setting: 02400000 01 3 ABC

Leading order Added letters,digits

Specific/Global should match the front number,

Letter Nums, from 1~9 from 32~126 of ASCII.

The above setting means adding 3 letters “ABC” in front of code

UPC-A.

Reset setting: 0B240 01

Leading order Specific/ Global

( b)From the back side of bar code

Setting way is similar as the above, but adding letters from the back side.

Setting: 02500000 08 4 ABCD

Leading order Added letters,digits

Specific/Global should match the front number,

Letter Nums, from 1~9 from 32~126 of ASCII.

Reset Setting: 0B250 08

Leading order Specific/ Global

( c)From the middle side of bar code

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The setting is to add letter within any position of bar code.

For example: code is 1234, added position is 1, added letters are

ABC, then output is 1ABC234.

Setting: 02600000 06 002 5 ABCDE

Leading order added letters,

Specific/Global digits should match

Added position from 001~250 the front number, from 32~

Added letters number from 1~9 126 of ASCII.

Reset setting: 0B260 06

Leading order Specific / Global

6)Delete letters

Three parts for deleting letters: from the front side, from the middle side and from the back side of bar code.

( a)From the front side of bar code

From the front side of bar code, delete the number of letters.

For example, code is ABCD1234,want to delete 4 letters, then output is 1234.

Setting: 02700000 06 04

Leading order number of deleted letters

Specific/Global from 01~50

Reset setting: 0B270 06

Leading order Specific/Global

( b)From the back side of bar code

The setting way is same as the above, just delete the letters from the back side of bar code.

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Setting: 02800000 05 04

Leading order number of deleted letters

Specific/Global from 01~50。

Reset setting: 0B280 05

Leading order specific / Global

( c)From the middle side of bar code

The setting is to delete the letters from the pointed digit. For example: code is 12345ABC,pointed digit is 001,number of deleted letters is 4, then output is 1ABC.

Setting: 02900000 04 002 06

Leading order number of deleted

Specific/Global letter from 1~50.

Deleted position from 001~250

Reset Setting: 0B290 04

Leading order Specific/Global

7)Retain the digits of bar code

No matter how many digits of the bar code, the setting is to keep part of the digits. Setting is from the front side and from the back side two parts.

( a)Retain N digits from the front side

No matter how many digits of the bar code, retain the first 4 digits once the digits of code is more than 4.

Setting: 02D00000 00 04

Leading order Retaining number from

Specific/Global 01~99.

Reset Setting: 0B2D0 04

Leading order Specific/Global

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( b)Retain N digits from the back side

Setting: 02E00000 01 04

Leading order Retaining number from

Specific/Global 01~99.

Reset setting: 0B2E0 04

Leading order Specific/Global

8)Replacement

The setting is to replace the letters as needed letters. For example: code is 1234ABCD90,to replace ABCD as 5678, then output is 1234567890.

Setting: 02A00000 05 4 ABCD 5 56789

Leading order needed letters,digits

Specific/Global should match the front no.

Replaced letter number number of needed letter

from 1~9. replaced letters , digits

should match the front number

The above setting is to replace ABCD as 56789 of CODE-39.

Reset Setting:

0B2A0 05

Leading order Specific / Global

9)Add prefix/suffix

Prefix/suffix means those function that will not show as letter like ENTER, TAB, F2, F3,etc. At most enable 3 prefix and suffix , specific letter and corresponding function see below appendix.

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( a)Prefix

Setting: 02B00000 00 $ 0D $ 0A $ 81

Leading order prefix/suffix, details see

Specific / Global appendix B.

Prefix/suffix indicator

The above setting is to enable prefix of ENTER, TAB, F2 in order.

Reset Setting: 0B2B0 00

Leading order Specific / Global

( b)Suffix

Setting: 02C00000 00 $ AB $ 1B $ B3

Leading order prefix/suffix, details see

Specific / Global appendix B.

Prefix/suffix indicator

The above setting is to enable suffix Ctrl+Esc for all type codes.

Reset setting: 0B2C0 00

Leading order Specific / Global

Appendix A

NO. Parameters

Speaker Option

1

Speaker On / Off

2

Speaker Volume

SCANNER Data Transmit Mode

Terminal Data Transmit Mode

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Default Values

Speaker On

2K

Random

USB-HID

Laser Trigger Mode

Frequency Option

1

2

Scanner Frequency

Terminal Frequency

Laser Time on Trigger Mode

Auto-Senor Mode

1

2

1

2

Auto-Sensor On/Off

Auto Sensitive distance

Setting On / Off

Continuous Scan Interval

Code ID on and off Option

Enable ID before Code

Enable IF after Code

1

2

Terminal Keyboard Languages

Terminal Data transmit speed

Scanner Address

Data Transmit After Sleep

Time Enter Sleep

Terminal Address Display

Data Clear After Inventory

Chinese Input

Letter Conversion

Picture Mode

UPC-A

Decode

Check

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Button Pressing

0#,433.092MHz

0#,433.092MHz

3S

Off

100mm

On

1S

Off

Off

USA

No interval

0#

Close

30S

Close

Close

Normal

None

Normal

On

On

3

4

1

2

5

6

3

4

1

2

5

3

4

5

3

4

1

2

3

4

1

2

Check Digit Transmission

Convert UPC-A to EAN-13

Read System Character

EAN-13

Decode

Check

Check Digit Transmission

Convert EAN-13 to ISBN/ISSN

EAN-8

Decode

Check

Check Digit Transmission

Convert EAN-8 to EAN-13

UPC-E0

Decode

Check

Check Digit Transmission

Convert UPC-E0 to EAN-13

Convert UPC-E0 to UPC-A

Read System Character

UPC-E1

Decode

Check

Check Digit Transmission

Convert UPC-E1 to EAN-13

Convert UPC-E1 to UPC-A

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On

On

On

Off

On

On

On

Off

Off

Enable

On

On

On

Off

Off

On

Off

Enable

On

On

On

Off

6

3

4

1

2

5

1

2

3

1

2

9

10

11

7

8

5

6

3

4

1

2

Read System Character

CODE-39

Decode

Check

Check Digit Transmission

Read all ASCII Characters

Start/End Character Transmission

Convert CODE-39 to CODE-32

Read Start Character of CODE-32

Read Trioptic-39

Read Start Digit of Trioptic-39

CODE-39 Maximum Length

CODE-39 Minimum Length

CODE-128

Decode

Check

Check Digit Transmission

Read UCC_EAN128

Read ISBT

CODE-93

Decode

Check

Check Digit Transmission

Interleaved 25

Decode

Check

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On

On

Off

On

Off

On

On

On

On

On

Enable

Off

Off

Off

On

Off

250

1

On

Off

Off

Off

3

4

5

5

4

5

3

4

1

2

1

2

1

2

3

4

5

3

4

5

1

2

Check Digit Transmission

Interleaved 25 Maximum Length

Interleaved 25 Minimum Length

Other Code 25

Read Industrial 25

Read China Post Code

Read Standard 25

Other Code25 Maximum Length

Other Code25 Minimum Length

Matrix 25

Decode

Check

Check Digit Transmission

Matrix 25 Longest Length

Matrix 25 Shortest Length

Code Bar

Decode

Check

Check Digit Transmission

Read Start Character

Read Same Start Character

Code Bar Longest Length

Code Bar Shortest Length

MSI

Decode

Check Digit Transmission

45

Off

Off

Off

250

1

On

250

1

Off

On

On

250

1

On

Off

Off

Off

Off

250

1

On

Off

5

6

3

4

1

4

5

2

3

1

2

3

MSI Check Mode

Read PLESSEY

MSI Longest Length

MSI Shortest Length

CODE-11

Decode

Check Digit Transmission

CODE-11 Check Mode

MSI Longest Length

MSI Shortest Length

RSS

Read Standard RSS

Read Limited RSS

Read Expanded RSS

Data Output Layout

MOD 10

On

250

1

Off

On

None

250

1

Off

Off

Off

Enable CR Suffix

Appendix B

ASCII Ctrl Bytes

0x00 Ctrl+2

0x01

0x02

Ctrl+A

Ctrl+B

0x03

0x04

Ctrl+C

Ctrl+D

ASCII Ctrl Bytes

0x7F DEL

0x80

0x81

F1

F2

0x82

0x83

F3

F4

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ASCII Ctrl Bytes

0x9F KP 1

0xA0

0xA1

KP 2

KP 3

0xA2

0xA3

KP 4

KP 5

0x05

0x06

0x07

0x08

0x09

0x0A

0x0B

Ctrl+E

Ctrl+F

Ctrl+G

BackSpace

TAB

Ctrl+J

Ctrl+K

Ctrl+L

0x84

0x85

0x86

0x87

0x88

0x89

0x8A

0x8B 0x0C

0x0D

0x0E

0x0F

Enter

Ctrl+N

Ctrl+O

0x8C

0x8D

0x8E

F12

Print

Screen

Scroll

Lock

Break

Pause

Insert 0x10 Ctrl+P 0x8F

ASCII Ctrl Bytes ASCII Ctrl Bytes

0x11 Ctrl+Q 0x90 Home

F5

F6

F7

F8

F9

F10

F11

0x12

0x13

Ctrl+R

Ctrl+S

0x91

0x92

Page Up

Delete

ASCII Ctrl Bytes

0xB0

0xB1

Right

Shift Make

Right Alt

Make

0xB2 Right GUI

0xA4

0xA5

0xA6

0xA7

0xA8

0xA9

0xAA

0xAB

0xAC

0xAD

KP 6

KP 7

KP 8

KP 9

KP 0

KP .

Caps LK

Left Ctrl

Make

Left Shift

Make

Left Alt

Make

0xAE Left GUI

0xAF

Right Ctrl

Make

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0x14

0x15

0x16

0x17

0x18

0x19

0x1A

0x1B

0x1C

0x1D

0x1E

0x1F

Ctrl+T

Ctrl+U

Ctrl+V

Ctrl+W

Ctrl+X

Ctrl+Y

Ctrl+Z

ESC

Ctrl+/

Ctrl+]

Ctrl+6

Ctrl+-

0x93

0x94

0x95

Page Down

Right

Arrow

0x96 Left Arrow

0x97

End

Down Arrow

0x98 Up Arrow

0x99

0x9A

0x9B

0x9C

0x9D

0x9E

Num Lock

KP /

KP *

KP -

KP +

KP Enter

0xB3

0xB4

0xB5

0xB6

0xB7

0xB8

Left Ctrl

Break

Left Shift

Break

Left Alt

Break

Right Ctrl

Break

Right

Shift

Break

Right Alt

Break

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