Barcode reader BCL 31/32 with integrated decoder

Barcode reader BCL 31/32 with integrated decoder
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Barcode reader BCL 31/32
with integrated decoder
Technical Description
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Table of contents
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General Information ........................................................................................................... 4
1.1
Explanation of Symbols ....................................................................................................... 4
1.2
Declaration of Conformity .................................................................................................... 4
2
Safety Notices .................................................................................................................... 5
2.1
Safety Standards ................................................................................................................. 5
2.2
Intended Use........................................................................................................................ 5
2.3
Working Safely ..................................................................................................................... 6
3
Description ......................................................................................................................... 8
3.1
The Bar Code Readers BCL 31/32 ...................................................................................... 8
3.2
Standalone operation ........................................................................................................... 9
3.3
Networking ........................................................................................................................... 9
3.3.1
3.3.2
multiNet plus .................................................................................................................................. 9
Daisy Chain ................................................................................................................................. 10
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Technical Data.................................................................................................................. 11
4.1
General Specifications BCL 31/32 ..................................................................................... 11
4.2
Dimensioned and Connection Drawings ............................................................................ 12
4.3
Optical Data ....................................................................................................................... 13
4.3.1
4.3.2
4.3.3
Type overview.............................................................................................................................. 13
Raster aperture............................................................................................................................ 14
Optics variants and reading fields................................................................................................ 14
4.4
Automatic reflector activation "AutoReflAct" ...................................................................... 16
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Accessories / Order Designation ................................................................................... 18
5.1
Accessories........................................................................................................................ 18
5.1.1
5.1.2
5.1.3
Connector units............................................................................................................................ 20
Fastening Accessories................................................................................................................. 26
Connection cable ......................................................................................................................... 26
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Installation ........................................................................................................................ 27
6.1
Storage, Transportation ..................................................................................................... 27
6.2
Mounting ............................................................................................................................ 28
6.2.1
Device Arrangement .................................................................................................................... 29
6.3
Connection ......................................................................................................................... 31
6.3.1
6.3.2
6.3.3
6.3.4
Connecting the BCL 31 (RS485)................................................................................................. 31
Connecting the BCL 32 (RS232)................................................................................................. 33
Connection of switching inputs and outputs ................................................................................ 35
Wire Lengths and Shielding......................................................................................................... 36
6.4
Disassembling, Packing, Disposing ................................................................................... 36
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Commissioning ................................................................................................................ 37
7.1
Measures to be performed prior to the first commissioning ............................................... 37
7.2
Function Test ..................................................................................................................... 37
7.3
Setting the Parameters ...................................................................................................... 38
7.3.1
7.3.2
Parameter sets .............................................................................................................................38
Service Operating Mode ..............................................................................................................39
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Operation .......................................................................................................................... 41
8.1
Error Handling.................................................................................................................... 41
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Communicating with the Device..................................................................................... 42
9.1
Installing the "BCLConfig"-software ................................................................................... 42
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Important Parameters...................................................................................................... 44
10.1
Code menu ........................................................................................................................ 44
10.1.1
Properties of the Code menu .......................................................................................................45
10.2
Output menu ...................................................................................................................... 46
10.3
Control ............................................................................................................................... 47
10.4
Communication .................................................................................................................. 48
10.4.1
Communication properties ...........................................................................................................49
10.5
Reference code.................................................................................................................. 50
10.6
Sensor................................................................................................................................ 51
10.7
Laser .................................................................................................................................. 52
10.8
Switching output................................................................................................................. 55
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Online commands............................................................................................................ 56
11.1
Overview of Commands and Parameters .......................................................................... 56
11.1.1
11.1.2
11.1.3
11.1.4
General 'Online' Commands ........................................................................................................57
’Online’ Commands for System Control .......................................................................................63
’Online’ command for querying error messages...........................................................................65
’Online’ Commands for Parameter Set Operations ......................................................................66
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Maintenance ..................................................................................................................... 69
12.1
General Maintenance Information...................................................................................... 69
12.2
Repairs, Servicing.............................................................................................................. 69
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Figure 3.1:
Figure 3.2:
Table 4.1:
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Table 4.2:
Figure 4.2:
Figure 4.3:
Figure 4.4:
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Table 4.3:
Figure 4.6:
Table 5.1:
Figure 5.1:
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Figure 5.7:
Figure 6.1:
Figure 6.2:
Figure 6.3:
Figure 6.4:
Figure 6.5:
Table 6.1:
Table 6.2:
Figure 6.6:
Table 6.3:
Figure 6.7:
Table 6.4:
Figure 7.1:
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Figure 9.2:
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Figure 10.3:
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Figure 10.11:
Figures and tables
Labeling of the BCL 31/32 with logotypes .................................................................... 7
BCL 31/32 device construction..................................................................................... 8
Networking possibilities using the multiNet plus (BCL 31) ......................................... 10
General specifications ................................................................................................ 12
Dimensioned drawing BCL 31/32............................................................................... 12
Type overview ............................................................................................................ 13
Reading field, optics model M (medium density, normal range) ................................ 14
Reading field, optics model F (low density, long range)............................................. 15
Reading field, optics model L (low density, long range) ............................................. 15
Reading field, optics model J (for ink-jet applications) ............................................... 16
Examples of reflectors which may be used ................................................................ 17
Reflector arrangement for AutoReflAct ...................................................................... 17
Accessories / Order Designation................................................................................ 19
Connector unit MA 2/MA 2 L ...................................................................................... 20
Dimensioned drawing connector unit MA 2/MA 2 L ................................................... 21
Connector unit MA 4/MA 4 D...................................................................................... 22
Dimensioned drawing connector unit MA 4/MA 4 D ................................................... 23
Connector unit MA 4 1xx/MA 4 D 1xx/MA 4 1xx L ..................................................... 24
Dimensioned drawing MA 4 1xx/MA 4 D 1xx/MA 4 1xx L .......................................... 25
Mounting device BT 56............................................................................................... 26
Device type plate BCL 31/32...................................................................................... 27
Mounting example BCL 31/32 .................................................................................... 28
Emitted beam of BCL 31/32 ....................................................................................... 29
Application example "conveyor chain" ....................................................................... 30
BCL 31 Sub D pin assignments ................................................................................. 31
Connection description BCL 31.................................................................................. 32
Address setting BCL 31.............................................................................................. 33
BCL 32 Sub D pin assignments ................................................................................. 33
Wiring description BCL 32.......................................................................................... 34
Connection diagram switching inputs and outputs BCL 31/32 ................................... 35
Wire Lengths and Shielding ....................................................................................... 36
Connecting the service interface to a PC or terminal ................................................. 40
Installation window ..................................................................................................... 42
Installation directory ................................................................................................... 43
Default setting of the code menu................................................................................ 44
Standard setting of the properties of the code menu ................................................. 45
Output menu............................................................................................................... 46
Control menu default settings..................................................................................... 47
Standard setting of the communication menu ............................................................ 48
Standard setting of the property menu ....................................................................... 49
Reference code menu ................................................................................................ 50
Standard setting of the switching input menu............................................................. 51
Laser menu ................................................................................................................ 52
AutoReflAct Wizard .................................................................................................... 53
Standard setting of the switching output menu .......................................................... 55
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General Information
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General Information
1.1
Explanation of Symbols
The symbols used in this operating manual are explained below.
Attention!
Pay attention to passages marked with this symbol. Failure to heed this information can lead
to injuries to personnel or damage to the equipment.
Attention Laser!
This symbol warns of possible danger through hazardous laser radiation.
Notice!
This symbol indicates text passages containing important information.
1.2
Declaration of Conformity
The bar code reader BCL 31/32 and the optional connector units MA 2/MA 2 L/MA 4…/
MA 22 DC have been developed and manufactured under observation of the applicable
European standards and directives.
The bar code reader BCL 31/32 also meets the requirements of UL (Underwriters Laboratory Inc.) for the USA and Canada.
Notice!
The corresponding declaration of conformity can be requested from the manufacturer.
The manufacturer of the product, Leuze electronic GmbH + Co KG in D-73277 Owen/Teck,
possesses a certified quality assurance system in accordance with ISO 9001.
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Safety Notices
2.1
Safety Standards
Safety Notices
The bar code readers BCL 31/32 and the optional connector units MA 2/MA 2 L/MA 4…/
MA 22 DC have been developed, produced and tested subject to the applicable safety
standards. They correspond to the state of the art.
2.2
Intended Use
Attention!
The protection of personnel and the device cannot be guaranteed if the device is operated
in a manner not corresponding to its intended use.
Bar code readers of the type BCL 31/32 are conceived as stationary, high-speed scanners
with integrated decoders for all current bar codes used for automatic object recognition.
The optional connector and interface units MA 2/MA 2 L/MA 4…/MA 22 DC are intended for
the easy connection of bar code readers of type BCL 31/32.
In particular, unauthorised uses include:
• rooms with explosive atmospheres
• operation for medical purposes
Areas of application
The bar code readers BCL 31/32 with optional connector unit MA 2/MA 2 L/MA 4…/
MA 22 DC are conceived particularly for the following fields of application:
labelling and packaging machines
automatic analysers
space-critical bar code reading tasks
storage and conveying engineering, in particular for object identification on
fast-moving conveyor belts
• pharmaceutical industry
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Working Safely
Attention!
Access to or changes on the device, except where expressly described in this operating
manual, is not authorised.
Safety regulations
Observe the locally applicable legal regulations and the rules of the employer's liability insurance association.
Qualified personnel
Mounting, commissioning and maintenance of the device must only be carried out by qualified personnel. Electrical work must be carried out by a certified electrician.
Attention Laser Radiation!
The BCL 31/32 barcode readers comply with safety standards IEC 60825-1:1993
+ A2:2001 for a class 2 product. They also comply with the U.S. 21 CFR 1040.10 and
CFR 1040.11 regulations for a class II product except for deviations pursuant to Laser
Notice No. 50, dated July 26, 2001.
Radiant Energy: The BCL 31/32 uses a low power visible laser diode. The emitted
wavelength is 650 … 690 nm. The peak output power of the scanning laser beam is
1.8mW. Laser radiation observed at 120mm above the window through a 7 mm aperture and averaged over 1000 seconds is less than 1mW per CDRH class II specification.
Adjustments: Do not attempt any adjustments to or alterations of this products. Do
not remove the scanner’s protective housing. There are no user-serviceable parts inside.
The scanner window is the only aperture through which laser radiation may be observed on this product. A failure of the scanner motor, while the laser diode continues
to emit a laser beam, may cause emission levels to exceed those for safe operation.
The scanner has safeguards to prevent this occurrence. If, however, a stationary
beam is emitted, the failing scanner should be disconnected from its power source
immediately.
CAUTION: Use of controls or adjustments or performance of procedures other than
specified herein may result in hazardous radiation exposure. The use of optical instruments with the product will increase eye hazard.
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The housing of the barcode readers BCL 31/32 is labeled on the side, below the scanner window and on the rear with the following logotypes:
A
B
C
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E
A
B
C
D
E
Hazard warning & logotype
Aperture label
Non-interlocked protective housing label
Warning label and certification label
Identification label
Bild 2.1:
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Description
BCL 31/32 device construction
Dovetail fastening grooves
Reading window
15-pin sub-D
connector on the
underside of the
unit
4 fastening threads M4x6 on the
rear of the device
Figure 3.1: BCL 31/32 device construction
3.1
The Bar Code Readers BCL 31/32
The bar code readers BCL 31/32 are high-speed scanners with integrated decoder for all
bar codes currently in use, e.g. 2/5 Interleaved, EAN etc.
The many possible configurations of the device allow its adaptation to a multitude of reading
tasks. Due to the small dimensions of the unit and the short minimum reading distance, the
BCL 31/32 may also be used in highly constrained spaces.
A special bar code reader with optics version J is available for all ink jet applications. This
reader has been optimised for low contrast bar codes that generally feature gaps.
Information on technical data and characteristics can be found in Chapter 4.
auto ReflAct
auto ReflAct stands for automatic Reflector Activation and permits an activation without
additional sensors. This is achieved by directing the scanner with reduced scanning beam
towards a reflector mounted behind the conveyor path. As long as the scanner is targeted
at the reflector, the read gate remains closed. If, however, the reflector is blocked by an
object such as a container with a bar code label, the scanner activates the read procedure,
and the label on the container is read. When the path from the scanner to the reflector has
cleared, the read procedure has completed and the scanning beam is reduced and again
directed onto the reflector. The reading gate is closed.
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Description
Standalone operation
The bar code reader BCL 31/32 is operated as a "stand-alone" device. The BCL features a
15-pin sub-D connector for the electrical connection of the supply voltage, the interface, and
the switching inputs.
With connector units
The connector units simplify the electrical installation of the bar code readers in standalone
operation.
In addition, they permit the networking of several bar code readers; they can store operating
parameters (MA 4…), and can show parameters and operating data on a display
(MA 4 D…).
A listing of the available connector units and associated short descriptions may be found in
Chapter 5. Separate data sheets are available that contain further details about the
connector units.
3.3
Networking
3.3.1
multiNet plus
In the Leuze multiNet plus, the individual network devices sequentially transfer their data to
the network master MA 31 when requested. In addition, each network device that is declared
as slave receives a device address. It is set via a coding switch in the respective connector
unit. When exchanging a scanner, the device address remains stored in the MA 2/MA 2 L.
The connector units MA 4… also store the operating parameters of the scanner.
The master then transmits the data of all network devices via its host interface to a primary
PLC control system or a computer, i.e. it "collects" the scanner data in the network and transmits them to an interface on the host computer. This reduces interface costs (CPs) and time
spent programming the software.
Two-wire RS 485
The Leuze MultiNet plus is optimised for fast transmission of scanner data to a primary host
computer. The multiNet plus consists physically of a two-wire RS 485 interface through
which the multiNet plus software protocol is controlled. This makes wiring the network easy
and inexpensive as slaves are connected to one another in parallel.
Interface modules
Shielded, twisted pair conductors should be used for the multiNet. This allows a total
network length of up to 1200 m. Connection of the network to the primary computer is made
via the host interface of the MA 31 which can be equipped with 4 different physical interface
modules. Modules are available for RS 422, RS 232, TTY and RS 485.
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Up to 30 scanners can be networked together using the connector units MA 2, MA 2 L or
MA 4… and a bus master MA 31. To achieve this, each BCL 31/32 is assigned a separate
hardware address in the respective connector unit. The devices are networked by
connecting the individual RS 485 interfaces in parallel.
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Slave 1
MA 2/
MA 4/
MA 4 D
Host
(PLC, process etc.)
Slave 2
MA 2/
MA 4/
MA 4 D
RS 232
RS 422
RS 485
or TTY
Slave 3
MA 2/
MA 4/
MA 4 D
Network master
multiNet plus
-Backup
-Parameter
Voltage supply
MA 31
RS 485
Figure 3.2: Networking possibilities using the multiNet plus (BCL 31)
3.3.2
Daisy Chain
The connector unit MA 22 DC permits the networking of up to 4 bar code readers BCL 32
without an additional network master. The MA 22 DC features two host interfaces, one of
which can be used to cascade a further connector unit MA 22 DC. This permits the
networking of in total eight BCL 32 without an additional master.
For details regarding the networking with MA 22 DC, please refer to the description of the
MA 22 DC.
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Technical Data
4.1
General Specifications BCL 31/32
Resolution
Beam deflection
Reading distance
Reading field opening
Laser safety class
Code types
Software features
Electrical data
Interface type
Laser diode 650nm
BCL with M optics: 1000scans/s
BCL with F optics: 800scans/s
BCL with L optics: 800scans/s
BCL with J optics: 1000scans/s
BCL 3x xM 100: m = 0.2mm … 0.5mm
BCL 3x xF 100: m = 0.3mm … 0.8mm
BCL 3x xL 100: m = 0.35mm … 0.8mm
BCL 3x xJ 100: dependent on application
by means of rotating polygon mirror wheel
see reading curve
see reading curve
2 accord. to IEC 60825-1:1993 + A2:2001
II accord. to CDRH
2/5 Interleaved, Code 39, Code 128, EAN 128, EAN/UPC,
EAN Addendum, Codabar, Pharma Code, Code 93
selectable output format, autoConfig, autoControl, autoReflAct, reference code comparison, multiple read, real time
decoding, adjustment mode, diagnosis, reading gate control, control of switching inputs and switching outputs, etc.
Operating voltage 1)
Power consumption
BCL 31: RS 485
BCL 32: RS 232
RS232 with fixed data format,
9600Bd, 8 data bits, no parity, 1 stop bit
110 … 115400Bd
data bits: 7, 8, 9
parity: None, Even, Odd
stop bits: 1, 2
with/without frame protocol
ACK/NAK, 3964 (R) RK 512, RTS/CTS
X ON / X OFF, multiNet plus
BCL 31: 1 switching output, 1 switching input
BCL 32: 2 switching outputs, 2 switching inputs
10 … 30VDC
3.2 W
Additional Functions
autoReflAct
automatic reading activation via reflector
Service interface
Baud rate
Data formats
Protocols
Ports
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Light source
Scanning rate
The unit is to be supplied by a Limited Power Supply complying with Cl. 2.5 of UL 60950
(NEC Class 2) and rated from 10Vdc to 30Vdc, min. 320 mA.
The unit shall be installed in accordance to the NEC, Article 725-52.
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Mechanical data
Protection class
Weight
Dimensions (W x H x D)
Housing
Environmental data
Ambient temp.
(operation/storage)
Air humidity
Vibration
Shock
Electromagnetic compatibility
Table 4.1:
4.2
IP 65
400 g
120 x 90 x 43mm
diecast aluminium
0°C … +40°C/-20°C … +60°C
max. 90% rel. humidity, non-condensing
IEC 60068-2-6, test FC
IEC 60068-2-27, test Ea
EN 61326-1,
IEC 61000-4-2, -3, -4 and -6,
General specifications
Dimensioned and Connection Drawings
BCL 31/32
Rear view
Plan view
Figure 4.1: Dimensioned drawing BCL 31/32
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Technical Data
Optical Data
Notice!
Please note that the size of the bar code module influences the maximum reading distance
and the width of the reading field.Therefore, when selecting a mounting location and/or the
bar code label, take into account the different reading characteristics of the scanner with various bar code modules.
For different reading tasks, the BCL 31/32 is available in various versions, both as a raster
scanner and as a single line scanner. Please refer to the following table or the respective
scanning curves for ratings.
Type overview
Model
Range
Module/
resolution
(mm)
Scanning Scanner type
rate
(scan/s)
BCL 31 S M 100
BCL 31 R1 M 100
BCL 32 S M 100
up to 220mm
0.2 … 0.5
1000
BCL 32 R1 M 100
BCL 31 S F 100
BCL 31 R1 F 100
BCL 32 S F 100
up to 450mm
0.3 … 0.8
800
BCL 32 R1 F 100
BCL 31 S L 100
BCL 31 R1 L 100
BCL 32 S L 100
up to 750mm
0.35 … 0.8
800
BCL 32 R1 L 100
BCL 31 R1 J 100
BCL 32 R1 J 100
Table 4.2:
dependent on dependent on
application
application
1000
Part No.
Single line
500 36276
Raster
500 36275
Single line
500 36272
Raster
500 36271
Single line
500 36278
Raster
500 36273
Single line
500 36274
Raster
500 36277
Single line
500 41379
Raster
500 41380
Single line
500 41384
Raster
500 41383
Raster
500 41798
Raster
500 41800
Type overview
Notice!
BCL 31: interface RS 485
BCL 32: interface RS 232
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Raster aperture
Raster aperture depending on various distances:
Scanner distance [mm]
Raster line field [mm]
4.3.3
50
15
100
21
200
32
300
44
400
55
450
61
700
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Optics variants and reading fields
The BCL 31/32 is available with two different optics. The optics differ in range and resolution
(see Chapter 4.3.1).
• Optic M: for small to medium modules
• Optic F:
for medium to large modules
• Optic L:
for medium to large modules
• Optic J:
For ink-jet applications or if the bar codes are of low contrast or have gaps
The following graphic displays the scanning curves of the various BCL models.
Notice!
Please notice that the real scanning curves are also influenced by factors such as labelling
material, printing quality, scanning angle, printing contrast etc., and may thus deviate from
the scanning curves specified here.
Scanning curves BCL 31/32 with optic M
70
60
50
Reading field width [mm]
40
30
20
10
0
-10
0
20
40
60
80
100
120
140
160
180
200
220
-20
-30
-40
-50
-60
-70
Reading distance [mm]
m=0,2
m=0,3
m=0,5
Figure 4.2: Reading field, optics model M (medium density, normal range)
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Scanning curves BCL 31/32 with optic F
100
90
80
70
Reading field width [mm]
60
50
40
30
20
10
0
-10
-20
-30
-40
-50
-60
-70
-80
-90
-100
0
20 40
60 80 100 120 140 160 180 200 220 240 260 280 300 320 340 360 380 400 420 440 460
m=0,3
Reading distance [mm]
m=0,5
m=0,8
Figure 4.3: Reading field, optics model F (low density, long range)
Scanning curves BCL 31/32 with optic L
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150
Reading field width [mm]
100
50
0
-50
-100
-150
-200
0
50
100
150
200
250
300
350
400
450
500
550
600
650
Reading distance [mm]
700
750
800
m=0,35
m=0,5
m=0,8
Figure 4.4: Reading field, optics model L (low density, long range)
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Scanning curves BCL 31/32 with optic J
Notice!
The specified reading curve applies to the standard case:
black on white, sharp contours, homogeneously printed code.
The actual reading field for an ink-jet application must be checked for the respective
application.
150
Reading field width [mm]
100
50
0
-50
-100
-150
0
50
100
150
200
250
300
350
400
450
500
Reading distance [mm]
550
600
650
m=0,5
m=0,8
Bild 4.5: Reading field, optics model J (for ink-jet applications)
4.4
Automatic reflector activation "AutoReflAct"
The AutoReflAct function uses the scanning beam to simulate a photoelectric sensor and
thus permits an activation without additional sensory mechanism. This is achieved by
directing the scanner with reduced scanning beam towards a reflector mounted behind the
conveyor path.
As long as the scanner is targeted at the reflector, the read gate remains closed. If, however,
the reflector is blocked by an object such as a container with a bar code label, the scanner
activates the read procedure, and the label on the container is read. When the path from the
scanner to the reflector has cleared, the read procedure has completed and the scanning
beam is reduced and again directed onto the reflector. The reading gate is closed.
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Notice!
AutoReflAct does not function if the barcodes which are to be read are put on reflecting surfaces, e.g. foils.
Our recommendation:
• Use BCL 31/32 R1 X 100
• AutoRefl mode with or without reading gate control (single)
The maximum distances between the reflector and the BCL depend on the reflector used.
A summary is provided in the following table. The fundamental arrangement of reflector and
BCL is shown in Figure 4.6.
Reflector type/reflective tape max. distance (mm)
max. angle (°)
Order No.
reflective tape no. 2 *)
1200
15
500 11523
TK 100x100
2000
20
500 03192
TKS 50x50
1000
20
500 22814
Table 4.3:
Examples of reflectors which may be used
*) Reflective tape no. 2 is included
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reflector
Figure 4.6: Reflector arrangement for AutoReflAct
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Accessories / Order Designation
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Accessories
Notice!
Products from Leuze electronic GmbH + Co KG can be ordered from any of the sales and
service offices listed on the back page of this operating manual.
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Order No.
Short Description
MA 2
50031256
Connector unit for BCL 31/32 Stand alone or
multiNet slave
MA 2 L
50036186
Connector unit for BCL 31/32 Stand alone or
multiNet slave with L-shaped housing
MA 22 DC
50031496
Daisy Chain connector unit for four BCL 32
MA 4
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Connector unit for BCL 31/32 with parameter memory
MA 4 D
50031536
Connector unit for BCL 31/32 with
parameter memory and display
MA 4 110
50039659
Connector unit for BCL 32 with parameter memory and
RS 232 host interface, galvanically isolated
MA 4 120
50039660
Connector unit for BCL 32 with parameter memory and TTY
host interface
MA 4 130
50039661
Connector unit for BCL 32 with parameter memory and
RS 422 host interface
MA 4 D 110
50039662
Connector unit for BCL 32 with parameter memory, display
and RS 232 host interface, galvanically isolated
MA 4 D 120
50039663
Connector unit for BCL 32 with parameter memory, display
and TTY host interface
MA 4 D 130
50039664
Connector unit for BCL 32 with parameter memory, display
and RS 422 host interface
MA 4 100 L
50039655
Connector unit for BCL 32 with parameter memory,
L-shaped housing and RS 485 host interface,
galvanically isolated
MA 4 110 L
50039656
Connector unit for BCL 32 with parameter memory,
L-shaped housing and RS 232 host interface,
galvanically isolated
MA 4 120 L
50039657
Connector unit for BCL 32 with parameter memory,
L-shaped housing and TTY host interface
MA 4 130 L
50039658
Connector unit for BCL 32 with parameter memory,
L-shaped housing and RS 422 host interface
BT 56
500 27375
Mounting bracket with dovetail for rod
BCL 31/32
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Order No.
Short Description
KB 031-3000
500 35355
Connection cable between BCL and MA,
length: 3m
KB 040-3000
500 26658
Connection cable between BCL and MA in L version,
length: 3m
KB 040-6000
500 29381
Connection cable between BCL and MA in L version,
length: 6m
KB 040-10000
500 29382
Connection cable between BCL and MA in L version,
length: 10m
BCLConfig
500 60298
Programming software
Accessories / Order Designation
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Connector units
Notice!
The connector units are described here in brief only. For further information regarding the
connector units please refer to the relevant data sheets.
Connector unit MA 2/MA 2 L
The connector units MA 2/MA 2 L are used to simplify the electrical installation of the
BCL 31/32. They have the following advantages compared to the installation of the BCL 31/
32 as a standalone device:
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•
•
•
•
Terminals for switching inputs and outputs, including supply voltage
Terminals for feed-through of the RS 485 connection
9-pin sub D plug for service interface
Operating mode switch: service operation/standard operation
Rotary switch for address setting
Figure 5.1: Connector unit MA 2/MA 2 L
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A
LED indicator
Figure 5.2: Dimensioned drawing connector unit MA 2/MA 2 L
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Connector unit MA 4/MA 4 D
Apart from the advantages of the connector units MA 2/MA 2_L, the connector units MA 4/
MA 4 D have the following additional characteristics:
• Parameter memory for the BCL:
The BCL can be exchanged without the need for reconfiguration
• Display (MA 4 D only)
Figure 5.3: Connector unit MA 4/MA 4 D
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A
B
LED indicator
LCD indicator
Figure 5.4: Dimensioned drawing connector unit MA 4/MA 4 D
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Connector unit MA 4 1xx/MA 4 D 1xx/MA 4 1xx L
Only the BCL 32 can be connected to these devices. Compared to the MA 4/MA 4 D,
additional features of this connector unit are:
• L-cover for the direct connection of the BCL 32: MA 4 1xx L model only
• Various pluggable interface modules, such as RS 232, RS 485, TTY, and RS 422.
Bild 5.5: Connector unit MA 4 1xx/MA 4 D 1xx/MA 4 1xx L
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MA 4 D 1xx
A
B
LED indicator
optional LCD indicator
Bild 5.6: Dimensioned drawing MA 4 1xx/MA 4 D 1xx/MA 4 1xx L
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5.1.2
Fastening Accessories
The mounting unit BT 56 is available for mounting the BCL 31/32. It is designed for rod
installation.
Mounting device BT 56
Clamping jaws for
mounting on the BCL
Clamp profile for mounting
to round or oval pipes
Ø 16 … 20mm
Figure 5.7: Mounting device BT 56
5.1.3
Connection cable
Specific connection cables in various lengths are available for the connection between BCL
and connector unit, depending on the model of the connector unit (standard version or
L version). These connection cables may be used for the connector units MA 2/MA 2 L as
well as for MA 4….
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Installation
6.1
Storage, Transportation
Installation
Attention!
When transporting, package the device so that it is protected against collision and humidity.
Optimal protection is achieved when using the original packaging. Heed the required environmental conditions specified in the technical data.
Unpacking
! Check the packaging for any damage. If damage is found, notify the post office or shipping agent as well as the supplier.
! Check the delivery contents using your order and the delivery papers:
•
•
•
•
delivered quantity
device type and model as indicated on the nameplate
accessories
operating manual
The name plates provide information as to what BCL-type your device is. For specific information, please refer to Chapter 4.3.1.
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Name plates, BCL-models
Figure 6.1: Device type plate BCL 31/32
! Save the original packaging for later storage or shipping.
If you have any questions concerning your shipment, please contact your supplier or your
local Leuze electronic sales office.
! Observe the local regulations regarding disposal and packaging.
Cleaning
! Clean the glass window of the BCL 31/32 with a soft cloth before mounting.Remove all
packaging remains, e.g. carton fibres or Styrofoam balls.
Attention!
Do not use aggressive cleaning agents such as thinner or acetone for cleaning the device.
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Mounting
Accessories
The mounting system BT 56 is available for installation. It may be ordered separately from
Leuze electronic. For order numbers, see table 5.1 "Accessories / Order Designation" on
page 19.
Mounting the BCL 31/32
There are two basic types of mounting arrangements for the BCL 31/32:
• using the dovetail groove and the corresponding mounting accessories
(see figure 6.2)
• using the fastening threads on the backside of the devices (Chapter 4.2)
Mounting example BCL 31/32
Mounting device
BT 56
Figure 6.2: Mounting example BCL 31/32
Mounting MA
You can mount all connector units individually through the holes located on the mounting
plate (see Figure 5.2, Figure 5.4 and Figure 5.6).
Subsequently, connect the BCL 31 with the connector unit via the respective cable (see
Chapter 5.1.3).
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Installation
Device Arrangement
Selecting a mounting location
In order to select the right mounting location, several factors must be considered:
• size, orientation, and position tolerance of the bar codes on the objects to be scanned
• the reading field of the BCL 31/32 in relation to the bar-code module width
• the resulting minimum and maximum reading distance from the respective reading
field
For specific information, please refer to Chapter 4.3.
Notice!
The best reading results are obtained when
• the bar code is moved in a plane that is parallel to the reading window,
• the reading distance lies in the middle area of the reading field.
• you do not use high-gloss labels.
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On the BCL 31/32, the beam is not emitted perpendicular to the cover of the housing, but
with an angle of 10 ° towards the top. This angle is intended in order to avoid a total reflection
of the laser in the case of glossy labels. For highly reflective surfaces, this angle may be widened by tilting the BCL.
Minimum reading distance,
depending on the optical
system used
(see scanning curves)
Figure 6.3: Emitted beam of BCL 31/32
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Mounting location
! When selecting a mounting location, pay attention to
• maintaining the required environmental conditions (humidity, temperature),
• possible soiling of the reading window due to liquids, abrasion by boxes, or packaging
material residues,
• lowest possible chance of damage to the scanner by mechanical collision or jammed
parts.
Application example
Figure 6.4: Application example "conveyor chain"
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Installation
Connection
Attention!
Never open the device yourself! Otherwise, there is a danger that laser radiation could be
emitted from the device in an uncontrolled way. The housing of the BCL 31/32 does not contain any parts that must be adjusted or maintained by the user.
Before connecting the device, be sure that the supply voltage agrees with the value printed
on the nameplate.
Connection of the device and maintenance work while under voltage must only be carried
out by a qualified electrician.
Power supply: The unit is to be supplied by a Limited Power Supply complying with Cl. 2.5
of UL 60950 (NEC Class 2) and rated from 10 Vdc to 30 Vdc, min. 320 mA. The unit shall
be installed in accordance to the NEC, Article 725-52.
Be sure that the earthing conductor is connected correctly. Error-free operation is only guaranteed when the device is properly earthed.
If faults cannot be corrected, the device should be removed from operation and protected
against possible use.
6.3.1
Connecting the BCL 31 (RS485)
GND/RS485
/MA4
SWOUT1
SWIN1
RS485_A
RXD/Serv
RS485_B
TXD/Serv
/MA0
/MA2
/MA1
/MA3
/Serv
GND
VIN
Figure 6.5: BCL 31 Sub D pin assignments
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Pin 1
GND/RS485
Reference ground RS 485
Pin 2
SWIN1
Switching input 1 (+12 … 30VDC)
Pin 3
RS485_A
Signal line A RS485
Pin 4
RS485_B
Signal line B RS485
Pin 5
/MA0
Address selection bit0
Pin 6
/MA1
Address selection bit1
Pin 7
/Serv
Bridge to pin 15: service operation via RS232 interface
Pin 8
VIN
supply voltage +10 … 30VDC
Pin 9
/MA4
Address selection bit4
Pin 10
SWOUT1
Switching output 1 (max. 100mA)
Pin 11
RXD/Serv
RXD signal, service interface RS 232
Pin 12
TXD/Serv
TXD signal, service interface RS 232
Pin 13
/MA2
Address selection bit2
Pin 14
/MA3
Address selection bit3
Pin 15
GND
Supply voltage 0VDC
Table 6.1:
Connection description BCL 31
Address setting
When integrating the BCL 31 into a network, you have to set its individual address and
create connections between the individual BCLs.
Notice!
The setting of the address takes place most conveniently together with a connector unit. In
the connector units, there are rotary coding switches for address setting.
Here it is described how you may set the address without a connector unit:
As an example, a BCL 31 with the address 5 is to be included into the multiNet plus with an
MA 31 110 as the master.
Please connect through the following connection from slave to slave: VIN, GND, RS485_A,
RS485_B, RS485 GND. Connect the shield on one side with the brass clamp PE inside the
MA 31 110.
To set the address (address 5), you connect the pins /MA0 and /MA2 with a jumper lead to
the GND of the voltage supply. The address 0 is set if all /MAx pins are open.
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The following table shows the possible settings:
Address
/MA0
/MA1
/MA2
/MA3
/MA4
1
GND
open
open
open
open
2
open
GND
open
open
open
3
GND
GND
open
open
open
4
open
open
GND
open
open
5
GND
open
GND
open
open
…
…
…
…
…
…
30
GND
GND
GND
GND
open
31 = Parameter Reset
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
Table 6.2:
Address setting BCL 31
As the table shows, you may set the addresses 1 to 30.
Notice!
Address 31 is used for the parameter reset.
The address is always adopted according to the connection of the /MA inputs when the BCL
is switched on, and remains saved while it remains switched on. A parameter reset loads
the parameter set with the default settings into the BCL. With regard to the meaning of a
parameter reset please refer also to "Parameter sets" on page 38.
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BCL 32 Sub D pin assignments
GND/RS232
SWIN2
SWOUT1
SWIN1
CTS
RXD/Serv
RTS
TXD/Serv
Daisy Chain
res.
SWOUT2
res.
/Serv
GND
VIN
Figure 6.6: BCL 32 Sub D pin assignments
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Pin 1
Res.
Reserved
Pin 2
SWIN1
Switching input 1 (+12 … 30VDC)
Pin 3
CTS
CTS signal, host interface RS 232
Pin 4
RTS
RTS signal, host interface RS232
Pin 5
Daisy Chain
Bridge with pin 15: Daisy chain is active
Pin 6
SWOUT2
Switching output 2 (max. 100mA)
Pin 7
/Serv
Bridge with pin 15: service operation
Pin 8
VIN
supply voltage +10 … 30VDC
Pin 9
SWIN2
Switching input 2 (+12 … 30VDC)
Pin 10
SWOUT1
Switching output 1 (max. 100mA)
Pin 11
RXD/Serv
RXD signal, service interface RS 232
Pin 12
TXD/Serv
TXD signal, service interface RS 232
Pin 13
Res.
Reserved
Pin 14
Res.
Reserved
Pin 15
GND
Supply voltage 0VDC
Table 6.3:
Wiring description BCL 32
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Installation
Connection of switching inputs and outputs
The BCL 31 has one switching input and one switching output — the BCL 32 has two
switching inputs and two switching outputs each. The connection of the switching inputs and
outputs is carried out according to Figure 6.7:
9
SWIN2
2
SWIN1
12 … 30 V DC
max. 100 mA
10
SWOUT1
6
SWOUT2
8
VIN
10 … 30 V
DC
15
BCL 32 only
GND
Figure 6.7: Connection diagram switching inputs and outputs BCL 31/32
Switching inputs
In the standard setting, you can trigger a reading action via the switching input connections
SWIN1/SWIN2 by applying a voltage of 12 … 30VDC between SWIN1 (pin 2) or SWIN2
(pin 9) and GND (pin 15).
Switching outputs
The switching output connections between SWOUT1 (pin 10) or SWOUT2 (pin 6) and GND
(pin 15) are normally open. In the standard setting, SWOUT1 is closed in case of a reading
error, SWOUT2 in the case of a detected code.
You can configure the switching inputs and outputs according to your needs, using the BCL
Config program supplied.
Notice!
You can configure the switching inputs and outputs according to your needs, using the program BCLConfig supplied.
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6.3.4
Wire Lengths and Shielding
The following maximum lengths for wires and the type of shielding to be used must be
observed:
Connecting
Interface
Max. wire length
Shielding
BCL 31/32 - Service
RS 232
10 m
absolutely required,
shield meshing
BCL 31/MA 2 - Host
RS 485
1200m
absolutely required, flexible
leads as twisted pairs
Switching inputs 1+2
10 m
not necessary
Switching outputs 1+2
10 m
not necessary
Table 6.4:
6.4
Wire Lengths and Shielding
Disassembling, Packing, Disposing
Repacking
For later reuse, the device is to be packed so that it is protected against shocks and dampness. Optimal protection is achieved when using the original packaging.
Notice!
Electrical scrap is a special waste product! Observe the locally applicable regulations regarding disposal of the product.
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Commissioning
7.1
Measures to be performed prior to the first commissioning
! Before commissioning, familiarise yourself with the operation and configuration of the
device(s)!
! Before switching on, recheck all connections and ensure that they have been properly
made.
Setting the device address
The device addresses are set via address bits. For setting instructions refer to Chapter 6.3.1.
If the BCL is connected to a connector unit, the device address can also be set conveniently
via a rotary coding switch in the connector unit.
! Set the device address to
• 0, if the BCL 31/32 will not be operated in a network,
• 1…30, if several BCL 31 are operated in a network. Each multiNet plus network
device must have a different device address assigned to it.
• 31, if you want to carry out a parameter reset. The parameters set with the default settings will then be loaded into the BCL when it is switched off and on.
Attention!
Notice!
From the hardware address (device address > 0), the BCL 31 detects that networking is required. With the BCL 31/32, it is possible to perform a reset using the software and the online
commands.In addition, it is possible to perform a reset by switching off the supply voltage.The parameters are not lost as a result of the reset. For information on the reset commands, see Chapter 9. The LED remains dark during a reset; the green LED illuminates
when the device is ready for operation.
7.2
Function Test
"Power On" test
After connecting the operating voltage, the BCL 31/32 carry out an automatic "Power On"
function test. Subsequently, the green LED lights up in the optics window of the BCL 31/32.
Interface
Proper function of the interface can be tested easiest in service operation using the service
interface with the "BCLConfig" programming software and a notebook computer. For order
numbers, see table 5.1 on page 19.
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A parameter reset overwrites all customer-specific settings. Make sure that you only set the
address 31 if you want to work with the default settings and if you have saved your customerspecific settings e.g., using the "BCLConfig" program.
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Online commands
Using the 'Online' commands, the important device functions can be checked, e.g. proper
functioning of the laser.
Problems
Should problems occur during device commissioning, refer first to Chapter 8.1. Should a
problem persist after checking all electrical connections and settings on the devices and
host, please contact a Leuze service office near you (see the back page of this operating
manual).
7.3
Setting the Parameters
You have now commissioned the BCL. Usually, you will have to configure it before you can
use it. Using the parameter options made available by the BCL, you may configure the BCL
to suit your individual area of application. For instructions regarding the various setting
options refer to Chapter 9 or to the online help of the BCLConfig program.
In order to operate the BCL, it is typically sufficient to set code type and code length in
accordance with the bar codes that are to be read. However, depending on the application,
you will additionally activate the autoReflAct function and configure the switching inputs and
outputs according to your requirements.
The setting of code type and code length is usually accomplished by using the program
BCLConfig, see "Installing the "BCLConfig"-software" on page 42.
To understand what is happening during the parameter setting, the following Chapter 7.3.1
briefly explains the various parameter sets.
The setting of the parameter sets then takes place in the operating mode "service", which is
described in Chapter 7.3.2.
7.3.1
Parameter sets
In the BCL 31/32, three different parameter sets are administered:
• parameter set with the default settings in the ROM
• current parameter set in the EEPROM
• working copy of the current parameter set in the RAM
Before a parameter set is loaded into the memory of the BCL 31/32 processor, the validity
of the parameter set is verified using checksums.
Factory default parameter set
This parameter set contains the default settings made ex works for all BCL 31/32 parameters. It is permanently stored in the ROM of the BCL 31/32. The parameter set with the
default settings is loaded into the memory of the BCL 31/32
• the first time the device is commissioned after delivery,
• following the command "Factory Default" in the parameterisation program,
• if the checksums of the current parameter set are invalid.
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Current parameter set
In this parameter set, the current settings for all device parameters are stored. When the
BCL 31/32 is in operation, the parameter set is stored in the EEPROM of the BCL 31/32.
The current set can be stored:
• by copying a valid parameter set from the host computer
• by means of an off-line setup with the PC setup program BCLConfig
The current parameter set is loaded into the memory of the BCL 31/32
• each time the supply voltage is connected
• following a software reset
The current parameter set is overwritten by the parameter set with the default settings:
• by a parameter reset, see page 37
7.3.2
Service Operating Mode
Setting the required parameters is carried out easiest in the "service" operating mode. The
operating mode "service" makes the following defined operating parameters available on a
separately wired RS232 interface, independent from the BCL's configuration for standard
operation:
•
•
•
•
•
•
transfer rate 9600 baud
no parity
8 data bits
1 stop bit
prefix: STX
postfix: CR, LF
The service interface is activated via a bridge between the pins 7 and 15 on the 15-pin subD connector. If the BCL 31/32 is operated with a connector unit, the service interface is activated through a switch in the connector unit.
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You can connect a PC or terminal to the BCL 31/32 via the serial interface and configure the
BCL 31/32 through this connection. For this, you need a crossed RS 232 connection cable
(null modem cable) that provides the connections RxD, TxD and GND. A hardware handshake via RTS, CTS is not supported at the service interface.
If the BCL is connected to a connector unit, you can use the 9-pin sub-D service connector
in the connector unit. For the respective connection specifications please refer to the data
sheet of the connector unit.
Service Operating Mode
15 GND
7 /Serv
12 TxD
5 GND
3 TxD
11 RxD
2 RxD
PC
RS 232
BCL
Figure 7.1: Connecting the service interface to a PC or terminal
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Operation
8.1
Error Handling
Operation
Error, warning and status messages of the BCL 31/32 are transmitted via the host interface
only.
Types of errors
Errors are divided up into the following types:
• Warnings
• Serious errors
Warnings
Warnings indicate temporary operating faults which do not effect the proper functioning of
the device.
Serious errors
Serious errors impair the proper functioning of the device. The device must be re-initialised.
Troubleshooting
Isolated warnings can be ignored, since the BCL 31/32 will continue to function properly.
Following a serious error, you should re-initialise the BCL. It will then usually again function
properly. If a hardware problem is present, the BCL 31/32 will not re-initialise.
If you cannot correct faults and errors with the software, please contact a Leuze electronic
sales office or service facility. For addresses, please refer to the back page of this operating
manual.
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Warnings and errors which occur frequently can be corrected easiest using the BCLConfig
software.
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Communicating with the Device
Device parameters can be set using the automatic configuration "autoConfig", via
commands at the serial interface or using the easy-to-use "BCLConfig 3.xx" control software.
9.1
Installing the "BCLConfig"-software
! Insert the installation CD into your CD/DVD drive.
! Call up the installation file (e.g. Setup.exe).
The following window appears:
Installation window
Figure 9.1: Installation window
! Confirm the following licence agreement and select the installation path in the following
window:
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Installation directory
Figure 9.2: Installation directory
! Confirm your entry with Continue, then follow the installation routine.
For further information, please see the online help for the "BCLConfig" software.
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! After the successful installation, double-click on the file "BCLconfig.exe" to activate the
configuration program.
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Important Parameters
10.1
Code menu
Figure 10.1: Default setting of the code menu
Code table
Here, the codes which are to be decoded are set. We recommend enabling
only the code types which are to actually be read with the corresponding
element numbers.
IMPORTANT: Code 1 has to be selected always. For more than one code
type select the codes in consecutive order Code 1, Code 2, … .
Element
number
In the field Element number, up to 3 element entries may be entered.
An area is represented by a dashed line:
e.g. 4-40 digits.
With 2 or 3 different element entries
by a comma:
e.g: 8,13 digits
The combination is also possible, but the range must
be specified first:
e.g.: 4-10,20 digits
Notice!
If the code EAN128 is to be read, 3 additional characters are to be set for the code identifier.
Properties
Behind the "Properties" button, to the right of the respective code, the
code-specific settings, such as the check digit, can be selected.
Number of bar Here, the number of the bar codes to be decoded within a read cycle (one
codes
reading gate) is set.
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10.1.1 Properties of the Code menu
Quiet zone size
Quiet zone: the area to the left and right of the bar code
Module:
width of the narrowest line in the bar code
According to the code specifications, each bar code must have a quiet
zone which is 10x as wide as the module of the bar code.
Ex: for a code having a module of 0.5mm, 5mm blank space must be
present at both the left and right of the code.
By default, the scanner checks the a quiet zone which is 7 times
greater than the module. This means that 7x or greater is o.k.
Reading Security Specifies how often a code must be decoded before the result is valid
(Equal Scans)
and output. This value should be increased for inspection and test purposes only.
No time
correlation
If this parameter is set, a gap between two identical labels is
ignored and they are treated as a single label.
No position
correlation
If this parameter is set, then the position of a bar code label in the reading beam is not taken into account. Identical labels are treated as a single label
Notice!
In general, the remaining parameters must not be changed. In the worst case, this could corrupt the reading result!
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Figure 10.2: Standard setting of the properties of the code menu
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10.2
Output menu
Figure 10.3: Output menu
Output header
Select from the options listed below. The output header is sent in a
separate message before the read result.
Label header
The Label header is set directly before the code data.
Label footer
The label footer is appended directly to the code data.
Message mode
Selects whether the bar codes read are sent in concatenation or
separately as individual strings.
Notice!
The structure of this message string is depicted symbolically in the preview window.
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No read string
This character is set for each unrecognised bar code. Multiple characters (=string) may be entered here. Up to 20 characters are possible.
Properties
Set the desired formatting modes and formatting characters as necessary.
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Important Parameters
Control
Figure 10.4: Control menu default settings
Activation
Autostart after
decoding
In this mode, the scanner reads via an internal trigger signal with maximum performance. Attention: Up to 100 codes per second may be
transmitted.
Command
character
The standard online character for the trigger start is the ´+´ character.
This character can be changed only via the tree structure.
Decode delay time This point is usually used only for test purposes. After the time set
here has passed, the scanner automatically reactivates itself following
a reading gate end.
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Deactivation
Sensor 1 function see menu "switching input"
Reading security
reached (equal
scans)
If this item is activated, the read result is output immediately after the
bar code is decoded.
If the item is deactivated, the read result is sent only after the trigger
signal is returned (=end of reading gate).
Command
character
The standard online character for the trigger end is the ´-´ character.
This character can be changed only via the tree structure.
Time
For test purposes.
If the scanner is activated, the reading gate is automatically closed by
the scanner after this preset time has elapsed.
Scans without info Following a successful read, the scanner waits for this number of
scans (sequential scans with no read result) before it automatically
deactivates itself.
10.4
Communication
Figure 10.5: Standard setting of the communication menu
Select the desired baud rate, the stop bits, the data bits and the parity. In addition, various
handshake modes and protocols can be set here.
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The RK512/3964 protocol can be set here too. The single parameters for this protocol can
be found in the configuration structure under: communication -> Host interface -> 3964 /
RK 512 protocol.
Attention!
If the BCL 31 is operated in a network ("Leuze multiNet") no changes must be made here.
The scanner adjusts itself automatically to the multiNet protocol.
10.4.1 Communication properties
Figure 10.6: Standard setting of the property menu
Attention!
If the BCL 31 is operated in a network ("Leuze multiNet") no changes must be made here!
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The framing protocol (Prefix/Postfix), the address mode and a BCC mode can be set here.
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10.5
Reference code
Figure 10.7: Reference code menu
A reference code is bar code information which is stored in the memory of the scanner.
This reference code can be compared with the current decoded bar code in various modes
and, thus, set appropriately for the switching output. To do this, the switching output must
still be set to "By comparison of reference code X" in the "Switch" menu.
One way to store the reference code is to enter it manually in this menu. You can find further
options of the reference code teach-in in the chapter on online commands.
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Type
Select the code type.
Info
Contents of the reference code
Compare mode
Select here how the internally stored reference code is to be compared with the decoded result.
-> For additional comparison possibilities, please select the "Properties" menu
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Important Parameters
Sensor
Invert
Here, the input level can be inverted.
Enable
Switching input enabled or disabled.
Debounce time
This time period must lapse until the trigger signal is regarded as
valid.
Delay on time
The trigger signal is passed on delayed by the specified time period.
Pulse duration
If the value is higher than "0": duration of the activation, regardless of
how long the trigger signal has been present.
Delay off time
After the end of the trigger signal, the pulse is extended internally by
this time period.
Notice!
If the switch-off delay is activated, the parameter "pulse duration" should be "0".
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Figure 10.8: Standard setting of the switching input menu
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10.7
Laser
Figure 10.9: Laser menu
Start position and
Here, you can narrow down the reading field width of the laser beam.
stop position
Mode
• Mode (1) – normal reading mode.
Additionally, 4 AutoReflAct modes, Mode (2) to Mode (5), are available.
• Mode (2) – Reflector Polling slowly with automatic reading gate control.
In this mode, the decoding of the label is started automatically after the scanning
beam to the reflector is interrupted. This mode is intended for raster/line scanners and
low conveyor speeds (about < 0.5m/s). This is because not every scan of the individual polygon wheel facets hits the reflector in the case of the raster scanner. As a
result, only one scan per polygon wheel rotation can be used for a successful detection of a reflector.
• Mode (3) – Reflector Polling fast without automatic reading gate control.
In this mode, the decoding does not start automatically. The start must be activated
via a controller or a switching input. This mode is intended for line scanners and high
conveyor speeds (about > 0.5m/s). This is because, unlike Mode (2), every scanning
beam is used for the evaluation of whether a reflector is present.
This mode is also useful if a PLC wants to know whether the scanning beam to the
reflector is presently interrupted or not. If this is the case, the PLC can start the
decoding by sending the + command.
The SPS is either informed about the change by receiving the character
las_reflector_is_detected_char (parameter 311), or it continually polls the BCL using
the AR? command and evaluates the response accordingly.
• Mode (4) – Reflector Polling fast with automatic reading gate control.
Same as Mode (2), but all scans are used for the detection of the reflector. This mode
is suitable for line scanners only and is useful at high conveyor speeds.
• Mode (5) – Reflector Polling slowly without automatic reading gate control.
Same as Mode (3), but only one scan per polygon wheel rotation is used to evaluate
whether a reflector is present. This mode is suitable for raster and line scanners and
useful at low conveyor speeds.
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Notice!
For Mode (3) and (4) ("fast"), all laser scan lines must hit the reflector!
Safest method for reflector polling if reflecting surfaces other than the reflector are present
in the application:
- use grid scanner,
- use large reflector so that all eight laser scan lines hit the reflector,
- use fast Mode (3).
Reflector polling
Reflector polling, also called autoReflAct, is an operating mode in which no external sensor
is required. The activation and deactivation of the scanner is carried out via the reflector
supplied. It must be installed within the scan range of the BCL 31/32.
For easy alignment in the autoReflAct mode, please select the menu "Assistant for
AutoReflAct".
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If you select this menu, the wizard tries to establish a connection to the BCL 31/32
connected. If this is successful, please select one of the four reflector polling modes under
"mode" in the menu that appears. A screen like the following appears:
Figure 10.10:AutoReflAct Wizard
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When you activate the "search" icon, the BCL 31/32 scans its reading range and tries to
detect a reflector. For this, the reflector must be positioned in the reading range of the
scanner.
After a reflector has been detected, it passes on the start position of the reflector in its
reading range.
By clicking "OK", the values are stored in the scanner and in BCLConfig.
The scanner is now ready for the AutoReflAct operating mode.
Attention!
If reflecting objects other than the reflector are in the reading window of the scanner, the application must be checked carefully, as these reflecting objects may cause an incorrect triggering at the scanner!
The "fast reflector polling ..." modes are more suitable for applications with reflecting objects
than the "slow reflector polling ..." modes
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Important Parameters
Switching output
Activation
Select the desired event which is to initiate the switching of the switching output here. Multiple events can also be simultaneously activated.
Deactivation
This implements the event that leads to the switching output being
reset. (in case that the set pulse duration has not expired.) Multiple
events can also be simultaneously activated.
Invert
Level inverted
Pulse duration
Duration of the switching output impulse. If the value"0" is entered
here the output state is static, i.e. the signal is present until the event
for deactivation occurs.
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Figure 10.11:Standard setting of the switching output menu
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11
Online commands
11.1
Overview of Commands and Parameters
Online commands can be used to send commands directly to the device for control and
configuration.
For this, the BCL 31/ 32 has to be connected to a host or service computer via the serial
interface The commands can be sent either via the host or the service interface.
For information on the transmission protocol, please see Chapter 7.3.2.
With the commands, you can
Online commands
• Control/decode reading gate.
• Read/write/copy parameters.
• Carry out an automatic configuration.
• Teach/set reference code.
• Call up error messages.
• Call up statistical device information.
• Carry out a software reset in order to re-initialise the device.
Syntax
"Online" commands consist of one or two ASCII characters followed by command parameters.
No separation characters may be entered between the command and the command parameter(s). Both small and capitalised letters may be used.
Example:
Command ’CA’:
autoConfig function
Parameter ’+’:
Activation
Transmitted is:
’CA+’
Notation
Commands, command parameters and returned data are enclosed between single quotation marks ’ ’.
Most "online" commands are acknowledged by the BCL 31/32 and any requested data
returned. For commands that are not acknowledged, command execution can be observed
or monitored directly on the device.
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11.1.1 General 'Online' Commands
Software version number
Command
Description
’V’
Requests device version information
Parameter
no
Acknowledgement
’BCL 3x V 01.00 08.01.1999’
The device type appears in the first line followed by the devices version number and date. The data which are actually displayed may
vary from the values given here.
Notice!
This command allows you to check whether a host or service computer is correctly connected and configured. If you do not receive an acknowledgement, please check interface connections, protocol and service switches.
Software reset
Command
Description
’H’
Carries out a software reset. The device is restarted and reinitialised, leaving it in the same state as when the supply voltage is
switched on.
Parameter
no
Acknowledgement
’S’ (start signal)
Command
Description
’DUV’
Queries the supply voltage with which the bar code reader is
supplied.
Parameter
no
Acknowledgement
’DUVxx.x’
xx.x: voltage value, e.g. 28.2 for 28.2 volts.
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Code recognition
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’CC’
Description
Detects an unknown bar code and outputs number of digits, code
type, and code information to the interface, without storing it in the
parameter memory.
Parameter
no
Acknowledgement
’xx yy zzzzzz’
xx:
Number of digits of the code detected
yy:
Code type of the read code
’01’ 2/5 Interleaved
’02’ Code 39
’06’ UPC (A, E)
’07’ EAN
’08’ Code 128, EAN 128
’10’ EAN/UPC
’11’ Codabar
zzzzzz: Contents of the decoded label. The ↑ appears if the label
was not correctly read.
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Command
’JP’
Description
This command is used for the easy mounting and alignment of the
BCL 31/32. After the function has been activated by ’JP+’, the scanner continuously supplies various status information via the serial
interfaces.
With this online command, the scanner is set to terminate the
decoding after 100 successfully decoded labels and output the status information. Subsequently, the read process is reactivated automatically.
As status, the output returns the following values:
• scans that contain valid label information,
• total number of scans that were required in order to decode the
result, and
• the decoding result.
These values can be used to determine the decoding quality.
In addition to the output of the status information, the laser beam is
used to display the reading quality. Depending on how many labels
were able be extracted, the duration of the laser's "off" time
increases.
If the reading quality is high, the laser beam flashes in brief, regular
intervals. The worse the decoder decodes, the longer the pauses
become during which the laser is switched off. The flashing intervals
become more and more irregular because the laser may, in total, be
active for longer to extract more labels. The duration of the pauses
has been stepped in such a way that they can be distinguished by
the eye.
Parameter
’+’:
’-’:
Acknowledgement
’xxxxx_yyyyy_zzzzzz’
xxxxx: "Scans since reading gate release" (Scans_with info):
Number of scans that contain valid label information. If the
value is > 100, then the values could not contribute to the
end result.
yyyyy: "Number of labels extracted" (Scans_all):
Total number of scans that were required in order to
decode the result. A value of 100 stands for 100% reading
quality.
Up to a value of about 130 readings, the result can be
taken as acceptable. If the value is larger than 130, process
reliability cannot be ensured.
zzzzz: Bar code information.
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starts the adjustment mode.
ends the adjustment mode.
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autoConfig
Command
’CA’
Description
Activates or deactivates the 'autoConfig' function. Certain label reading parameters are programmed automatically in the setup by the
labels which are read while the 'autoConfig' function is active.
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’+’
/
-
activates ’autoConfig’
rejects the last code read
deactivates ’autoConfig’ and stores the decoded data in the
current parameter set.
Acknowledgement
’CSx’
x:
Status
’0’ valid ’CA’ command
’1’ invalid command
’2’ autoConfig could not be activated
’3’ autoConfig could not be deactivated
’4’ Result could not be deleted
Description
’xx yy zzzzzz’
xx:
Number of digits of the code detected
yy:
Code type of the read code
’01’ 2/5 Interleaved
’02’ Code 39
’06’ UPC (A, E)
’07’ EAN
’08’ Code 128, EAN 128
’10’ EAN/UPC
’11’ Codabar
zzzzzz: Contents of the decoded label. The ↑ appears if the label
was not correctly read.
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Manual definition of the reference code
RS
Description
This command can be used to define a new reference code in the
BCL 2x by means of direct entry via the serial interface. The data are
saved in the parameter set according to their input under reference
code 1 through 9 and stored in the working buffer for direct further
processing.
Parameter
’RSyvxxzzzzzzzz’
y, v, x and z are placeholders (variables) for the actual input.
y:
def. reference code No
’1’ (Code 1)
’2’ (Code 2) …
’9’ (Code 9)
v
Storage location for the reference code:
’0’ RAM+EEPROM
’3’ only RAM
xx def. Code type (see Command ’CA’)
z
def. Code information (1 … 63 characters)
Acknowledgement
’RSx’
x:
Status
’0’ valid ’Rx’ command
’1’ invalid command
’2’ insufficient memory for reference code
’3’ reference code has not been saved
’4’ reference code invalid
Example
Input = ’RS130678654331’ (Code 1 (1), RAM only (3), UPC (06),
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Teach-In
Command
Description
’RT’
This command enables a reference code to be defined quickly by
reading an example label.
’RTy’
Parameter
Acknowledgement
Function
’1’ defines reference code 1
’2’ defines reference code 2 …
’9’ defines reference code 9
’+’ activates the definition of reference code 1 up to the value
of
Parameter no_of_labels
- Exit the Teach-In process
The BCL first responds with the command ’RS’ and corresponding
status (see Command RS). After a barcode has been read, it sends
the result in the following format:
’RCyvxxzzzzz’
y, v, x and z are placeholders (variables) for the actual input.
y:
def. reference code No
’1’ (Code 1) …
’9’ (Code 9)
v:
Storage location for reference code
’0’ RAM+EEPROM
’3’ only RAM
xx def. Code type (see Command ’CA’)
z
def. Code information (1 … 63 characters)
Notice!
With this function, only code types are recognised that are identified using the autoConfigfunction or which were set in the setup.
! After each reading via an ’RTx’ command, explicitly switch off the function again since
failure to do so will interfere with other commands as well as prevent execution of a new
’RTx’ command.
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Reading a reference code
Command
’RR’
Description
The command reads out the reference code defined in the BCL. If no
parameters are specified, all defined codes are output.
Parameter
<Reference code number>
’1’ ’9’ value range of reference codes 1 to 9
Acknowledgement
If no reference codes are defined, the BCL responds with the ’RS’
command and corresponding status (see Command RS).For valid
codes, the output corresponds to the following format:
RCyvxxzzzzzz
y, v, x and z are placeholders (variables) for the actual input.
y:
def. reference code No
’1’ (Code 1) …
’9’ (Code 9)
v:
Storage location for reference code
’0’ RAM+EEPROM
’3’ only RAM
xx def. Code type (see Command ’CA’)
z
def. Code information (1 … 63 characters)
11.1.2 ’Online’ Commands for System Control
System stand-by
Description
’SS’
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System Standby: puts the bar code reader in standby mode.
The scanner cannot be triggered, and the polygon wheel motor is
stopped.
Parameter
no
Acknowledgement
no
System boot-up
Command
’SA’
Description
System boot-up: reactivates the bar code reader from standby mode
back to operating mode. The polygon wheel motor is started, the
scanner works as usual.
Parameter
no
Acknowledgement
’S’ (start signal)
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Activate sensor input 1
Command
’+’
Description
The command activates decoding.
Parameter
no
Acknowledgement
no
Deactivate sensor input 1
Command
’-’
Description
The command deactivates decoding.
Parameter
no
Acknowledgement
no
Activate sensor input 2
Command
’,’
Description
The command activates the definition of reference code 1.
Parameter
no
Acknowledgement
no
Deactivate sensor input 2
Command
’.’
Description
The command deactivates the definition of reference code 1.
Parameter
no
Acknowledgement
no
Activate switching output
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’OA’
Description
The command activates a selected switching output.
Parameter
’OAx’: Activate switching output
x:
Switching output No
’1’ (Output 1)
’2’ (Output 2)
Acknowledgement
no
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Deactivate switching output
Command
’OD’
Description
The command deactivates a selected switching output.
Parameter
’ODx’: Deactivate switching output
x:
Switching output No
’1’ (Output 1)
’2’ (Output 2)
Acknowledgement
no
11.1.3 ’Online’ command for querying error messages
Query memory error messages
Command
’ER’
The command queries the buffer memory of the error messages.
Parameter
no
Acknowledgement
1st line: New: cc
2nd through 11th lines:
’- 00.000’if no error has occurred
’F tt.fff’ if a fatal error has occurred
’E tt.fff’ if an error has occurred
’C tt.fff’ if a critical warning has occurred
’W tt.fff’ if a warning has occurred
Description
cc: number of (new) errors in the error buffer
tt:
task/ function number
fff: error number
Upon output, the counter for the number of errors in the error buffer
is deleted, but not the buffer itself!
Notice!
If an error occurs, note the error number and contact your local Leuze service organisation.The addresses can be found on the back page of this operating manual.
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11.1.4
’Online’ Commands for Parameter Set Operations
Definitions
• <BCC type> type of the checksum calculation
’0’: no checksum
’3’: XOR checksum (mode 3)
• <PS type> type of the parameter set
’0’: current parameter set (data stored in the EEPROM non-volatile)
’1’: reserved
’2’: standard parameter set (not changeable)
’3’: operating values (data in the RAM, will be lost after reset)
• <Status> mode of the parameter processing
'0': does not perform a reset following the write operation; no other parameters follow.
'1': does not perform a reset following the write operation; other parameters follow.
'2': subsequently performs a reset, no other parameters follow.
• <Start address> Relative address of the parameter within the parameter set
valid values from ’000’ to ’893’
• <Para0L> <Para0H>… <Para122L> <Para122H>:
Parameter-set data of the message. The sequence of the data is arranged identically
to the BCL, i.e. when a word is transmitted, first the low byte is sent then the high
byte. The parameter-set data are converted for transmission from HEX format to a 2byte-ASCII format. In the conversion two ASCII characters - representing the lower
and higher nipples - are created for each HEX value.
Example:
Decimal
4660
HEX
Transmission
0x1234
'1' '2' '3' '4' = 31h 32h 33h 34h
• Para0H = 31h, Para0L = 32h, Para1H = 33h, Para1L = 34h
Taking into consideration the maximum message length and the remaining command
parameters, a maximum of 123 bytes of parameter data (246 bytes of message data)
can be transmitted at one time.
valid values: '0' … '9', 'A' … 'F'
• <Acknowledgement>:
Acknowledgement of the transmitted message
'0' valid transmission
'1' invalid message
'2' invalid length of message
'3' invalid block check type
'4' invalid block check checksum
'5' invalid data length
'6' invalid message data
'7' invalid start address
'8' invalid parameter set
'9' invalid parameter type
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Copy parameter set
Command
’PC’
Description
The command copies complete parameter sets.
Parameter
’03’ copy parameters from the EEPROM into the RAM and initialise
all associated functions
'20' copy standard parameters from the FLASH into the
EEPROM and RAM and initialise all relevant functions
’30’ copy parameters from the RAM into the EEPROM
Acknowledgement
’PSx’
x:
Status
'0' valid transmission
'1' invalid message
'2' invalid message length
'3' invalid block check type
'4' invalid block check checksum
'5' invalid data length
'6' invalid message data
'7' invalid start address
'8' invalid parameter set
'9' invalid parameter type
Command
’PR’
Description
The command requests parameter data from the BCL. The parameter <PS-Type> indicates from which parameter set the data are to be
transmitted.
Parameter
<BCC type> <PS type> <Start address> <Data length>
Acknowledgement
’PSx’
x:
Status
'0' valid transmission
'1' invalid message
'2' invalid message length
'3' invalid block check type
'4' invalid block check checksum
'5' invalid data length
'6' invalid message data
'7' invalid start address
'8' invalid parameter set
'9' invalid parameter type
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Acknowledge parameter message
Command
’PS’
Description
The command acknowledges the received message and delivers an
acknowledgement status which indicates whether the message was
valid or invalid.
Parameter
’PSx’
x:
Status
'0' valid transmission
'1' invalid message
'2' invalid message length
'3' invalid block check type
'4' invalid block check checksum
'5' invalid data length
'6' invalid message data
'7' invalid start address
'8' invalid parameter set
'9' invalid parameter type
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Command
’PT’
Description
The command transmits parameter data from the specified address
and stores them in an intermediate buffer. If the status indicates that
additional messages follow, they are also stored in the intermediate
buffer before being stored under the appropriate parameter-set type
in the EEPROM. The transmission can optionally take place with a
block-check test of the message data.
Parameter
<BCC type> <PS type> <Status> <Start address> <Para0L>
<Para0H> [… <Para122L>][<BCC>]
Acknowledgement
’PSx’
x:
Status
'0' valid transmission
'1' invalid message
'2' invalid message length
'3' invalid block check type
'4' invalid block check checksum
'5' invalid data length
'6' invalid message data
'7' invalid start address
'8' invalid parameter set
'9' invalid parameter type
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Maintenance
12.1
General Maintenance Information
Usually, the barcode reader BCL 31/32 does not require any maintenance by the operator.
Cleaning
Should it become soiled, clean the glass window of the BCL 31/32 with a soft cloth.
Notice!
Do not use aggressive cleaning agents such as thinner or acetone for cleaning the device.
12.2
Repairs, Servicing
Repairs to the device must only be carried out by the manufacturer.
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! Contact your Leuze distributor or service organisation should repairs be required.
For addresses, please refer to the back page of this operating manual.
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CO
Componentes Electronicas Ltda.
Tel. Int. + 57 (0) 4/35110 49
Fax Int. + 57 (0) 4/3511019
E-mail: [email protected]
CZ
Schmachtl CZ Spol. SR. O.
Tel. Int. + 420 (0) 2/44 00 1500
Fax Int. + 420 (0) 2/44 91 0700
E-mail: [email protected]
http://www.schmachtl.cz
DK
Desim Elektronik APS
Tel. Int. + 45/ 70220066
Fax Int. + 45/ 70222220
E-mail: [email protected]
http://www.desim.dk
D
Leuze electronic GmbH + Co KG
Geschäftsstelle Dresden
Telefon 0351 / 2 84 1105
Telefax 0351 / 2 84 1103
E-mail: [email protected]
Lindner electronic GmbH
Vertrieb Nord, Hannover
Telefon 0511 / 966057-0
Telefax 0511 / 966057-57
E-mail: [email protected]
W + M plantechnik GmbH + Co. KG
Vertrieb West, Wuppertal
Telefon 0202 / 37112-0
Telefax 0202 / 318495
E-mail: [email protected]
Leuze electronic GmbH + Co KG
Geschäftsstelle Owen/Bad.-Württ.
Telefon 07021 / 98 50 -910
Telefax 07021 / 98 50 -911
E-mail: [email protected]
Leuze electronic GmbH + Co KG
Geschäftsstelle München
Telefon 08141 / 5350200
Telefax 08141 / 5350220
E-mail: [email protected]
E
Leuze electronic S.A.
Tel. Int. + 34 93/409 79 00
Fax Int. + 34 93/490 35 15
E-mail: [email protected]
ET
A Plus Systems
Tel. int. + 20 (0) 2/ 4189036
Fax int. + 20 (0) 2/ 4141280
E-mail: [email protected]
F
Leuze electronic sarl.
Tel. Int. + 33 (0) 1/60051220
Fax Int. + 33 (0) 1/60050365
E-mail: [email protected]
http://www.leuze-electronic.fr
FIN
SKS-automaatio Oy
Tel. Int. + 358 (0) 9/85 26 61
Fax Int. + 358 (0) 9/8526820
E-mail: [email protected]
http://www.sks.fi
GB
Leuze Mayser electronic Ltd.
Tel. Int. + 44 (0) 1480/408500
Fax Int. + 44 (0) 1480/403808
E-mail: [email protected]ser.co.uk
http://www.leuzemayser.co.uk
GR
UTECO A.B.E.E.
Tel. Int. + 30 (0) 210/ 4 2100 50
Fax Int. + 30 (0) 210/ 4 2120 33
E-mail: [email protected]
http://www.uteco.gr
RUS + EST + LV + LT
All Impex
Tel. + Fax +7 095/ 9332097
E-mail: [email protected]
http://www.adz-sensor.narod.ru
H
Kvalix Automatika Kft.
Tel. Int. + 36 (0) 1/2 722242
Fax Int. + 36 (0) 1/2 722222
E-mail: [email protected]
http://www.kvalix.hu
HK
Sensortech Company
Tel. Int. + 852/26 51 01 88
Fax Int. + 852/26 51 03 88
E-mail: [email protected]
I
IVO Leuze Vogtle Malanca s.r.l.
Tel. Int. + 39 02/26110643
Fax Int. + 39 02/26110640
E-mail: [email protected]
http://www.ivoleuze.com
IL
Galoz electronics Ltd.
Tel. Int. + 972 (0) 3/9023456
Fax Int. + 972 (0) 3/9021990
E-mail: [email protected]
IND
Global Tech (India) Pvt. Ltd.
Tel. Int. + 91 (0) 20 /447 00 85
Fax Int. + 91 (0) 20 /4 47 00 86
E-mail: [email protected]
J
C. Illies & Co., Ltd.
Tel. Int. + 81 (0) 3 /34434111
Fax Int. + 81 (0) 3 /34434118
E-mail: [email protected]
http://www.illies.de
KOR
Leuze electronic Co., Ltd.
Tel. Int. + 82 (0) 31/3828228
Fax Int. + 82 (0) 31/3828522
E-mail: [email protected]
http://www.leuze.co.kr
MAL
Ingermark (M) SDN.BHD
Tel. Int. + 60 (0) 3/60 34 27 88
Fax Int. + 60 (0) 3/60342188
E-mail: [email protected]
MEX
Leuze Lumiflex México, S.A. de C.V.
Tel. Int. + 52 (0) 81/83 71 86 16
Fax Int. + 52 (0) 81/83 71 85 88
E-mail: [email protected]
http://www.leuze.de
N
Elteco A/S
Tel. Int. + 47 (0) 35 /573800
Fax Int. + 47 (0) 35/573849
E-mail: [email protected]
http://www.elteco.no
NL
Leuze electronic B.V.
Tel. Int. + 31 (0) 418 /653544
Fax Int. + 31 (0) 418/653808
E-mail: [email protected]
http://www.leuze.nl
P
LA2P, Lda.
Tel. Int. + 351 (0) 21/4447070
Fax Int. + 351 (0) 21/4447075
E-mail: [email protected]
http://www.la2p.pt
PL
Balluff Sp. z. o. o.
Tel. Int. + 48 (0) 22/83315 64
Fax Int. + 48 (0) 22/833 09 69
E-mail: [email protected]
http://www.balluf.pl
RCH
Imp. Tec. Vignola S.A.I.C.
Tel. Int. + 56 (0) 32/256521
Fax Int. + 56 (0) 32/258571
E-mail: [email protected]
ROC
Great Cofue Technology Co., Ltd.
Tel. Int. + 886 (0) 2/29 83 80 77
Fax Int. + 886 (0) 2/29 85 33 73
E-mail: [email protected]
http://www.cofue.com.tw
RO
O`Boyle s.v.l.
Tel. Int. + 40 (0) 56 /201346
Fax Int. + 40 (0) 56 /221036
E-mail: [email protected]
http://www.oboyle.ro
RSA
Countapulse Controls (PTY.) Ltd.
Tel. Int. + 27 (0) 11/6157556
Fax Int. + 27 (0) 11/6157513
E-mail: [email protected]
S
Leuze SensorGruppen AB
Tel. + 46 (0) 8/731 51 90
Fax + 46 (0) 8/731 51 05
E-mail: [email protected]
http://www.leuze.se
SGP +
RI
+
RP
Balluff Asia Pte. Ltd.
Tel. Int. + 65/62524384
Fax Int. + 65/62529060
E-mail: [email protected]
http://www.balluff.com.sg
SK
Schmachtl SK s.r.o.
Tel. Int. + 421 (0) 2/ 54 78 92 93
Fax Int. + 421 (0) 2/ 54 77 21 47
E-mail: [email protected]
http://www.schmachtl.sk
SLO
Tipteh d.o.o.
Tel. Int. + 386 (0) 1/ 2005150
Fax Int. + 386 (0) 1/ 2005151
E-mail: [email protected]
http://www.tipteh.si
TH
Industrial Electrical Co. Ltd.
Tel. Int. + 66 (0) 2/6 42- 67 00
Fax Int. + 66 (0) 2/6 42-42 49
E-mail: [email protected]
http://www.ie.co
TR
MEGA Teknik elek. San. ve Tic. Ltd.
Tel. Int. + 90 (0) 212/3200411
Fax Int. + 90 (0) 212/3200416
E-mail: [email protected]
http://www.megateknik.com
USA + CDN
Leuze Lumiflex Inc.
Tel. Int. + 1 (0) 973/ 5860100
Fax Int. + 1 (0) 973/ 586 1590
E-mail: [email protected]
http://www.leuze-lumiflex.com
VC
TR Electronic GmbH
Shanghai Rep. Office
Tel. Int. + 86(0)21/ 58314825
Fax Int. + 86(0)21/ 58314829
E-mail: [email protected]
Part. No. 500 37 814
ARG
Leuze electronic GmbH +Co KG
Geschäftsstelle Frankfurt
Telefon 06181 / 9177-0
Telefax 06181 / 917715
E-mail: [email protected]
GB 160/02 – 11/03
A
Ing. Franz Schmachtl KG
Tel. Int. + 43 (0) 732/7646-0
Fax Int. + 43 (0) 732/785036
E-mail: [email protected]
http://www.schmachtl.at
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