Heron™ HD3430
2D Area Imager
Product Reference Guide
Datalogic USA Inc.
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Table of Contents
INTRODUCTION ....................................................................................................................................................... 1
About the Scanner .............................................................................................................................................................1
Using the Heron Reader ...........................................................................................................................................1
About this Manual .............................................................................................................................................................2
Overview ....................................................................................................................................................................2
Manual Conventions .................................................................................................................................................3
Technical Support ..............................................................................................................................................................3
Datalogic Website Support ......................................................................................................................................3
Reseller Technical Support ......................................................................................................................................3
Telephone Technical Support ..................................................................................................................................3
SETUP....................................................................................................................................................................... 5
Unpacking ...........................................................................................................................................................................5
Setting Up the Scanner .....................................................................................................................................................5
Connect Host Interface ............................................................................................................................................6
Stand Installation .....................................................................................................................................................8
Using as a Hands-Free Stand .................................................................................................................................9
Using the Heron HD3430 Imager .................................................................................................................................. 11
Interface Selection .......................................................................................................................................................... 13
Configuring the Interface ...................................................................................................................................... 13
Customizing Configuration Settings ............................................................................................................................ 16
Using the Programming Bar Codes ..................................................................................................................... 16
Interface Settings .................................................................................................................................................. 17
Configuring Other Features .................................................................................................................................. 17
Software Version Transmission ........................................................................................................................... 17
CONFIGURATION USING BAR CODES.................................................................................................................. 19
Configuration Parameters ............................................................................................................................................. 19
Global Interface Features .............................................................................................................................................. 21
Host Commands — Obey/Ignore ........................................................................................................................ 21
USB Suspend Mode ............................................................................................................................................... 22
RS-232 ONLY INTERFACE 23
RS-232 Standard Factory Settings ............................................................................................................................... 23
Baud Rate ........................................................................................................................................................................ 23
Data Bits .......................................................................................................................................................................... 24
Stop Bits ........................................................................................................................................................................... 25
Parity ................................................................................................................................................................................ 25
Handshaking Control ...................................................................................................................................................... 27
RS-232/USB-COM INTERFACES 29
Standard Factory Settings ............................................................................................................................................. 29
Intercharacter Delay ....................................................................................................................................................... 30
Beep On ASCII BEL .......................................................................................................................................................... 31
Beep On Not on File ........................................................................................................................................................ 31
ACK NAK Options ............................................................................................................................................................ 32
ACK Character ......................................................................................................................................................... 33
NAK Character ........................................................................................................................................................ 33
ACK NAK Timeout Value ........................................................................................................................................ 34
ACK NAK Retry Count ............................................................................................................................................ 35
ACK NAK Error Handling ....................................................................................................................................... 36
Indicate Transmission Failure ....................................................................................................................................... 37
Disable Character ............................................................................................................................................................ 37
Enable Character ............................................................................................................................................................. 38
KEYBOARD INTERFACE 39
Country Mode .................................................................................................................................................................. 40
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Setup on PC to use ALT Universal ........................................................................................................................ 40
Setting Country Mode ........................................................................................................................................... 41
Setting Encoding Type ........................................................................................................................................... 55
Setting ALT output type ........................................................................................................................................ 62
Caps Lock State ............................................................................................................................................................... 63
Numlock ........................................................................................................................................................................... 63
Keyboard Numeric Keypad ............................................................................................................................................ 64
Keyboard Send Control Characters ............................................................................................................................... 65
Wedge Quiet Interval ..................................................................................................................................................... 66
Intercharacter Delay ....................................................................................................................................................... 67
Intercode Delay ............................................................................................................................................................... 68
USB Keyboard Speed ...................................................................................................................................................... 69
USB-OEM INTERFACE 71
Introduction ..................................................................................................................................................................... 71
Standard Factory Settings ............................................................................................................................................. 71
USB-OEM Device Usage ................................................................................................................................................. 72
USB-OEM Interface Options .......................................................................................................................................... 72
DATA FORMAT 73
Global Prefix/Suffix ........................................................................................................................................................ 74
Global AIM ID ................................................................................................................................................................... 75
GS1-128 AIM ID ............................................................................................................................................................... 75
Label ID ............................................................................................................................................................................ 76
Label ID: Pre-loaded Sets ...................................................................................................................................... 76
Label ID: Set Individually Per Symbology ............................................................................................................. 77
Label ID Control ...................................................................................................................................................... 77
Label ID Symbology Selection ............................................................................................................................... 78
Case Conversion .............................................................................................................................................................. 84
Character Conversion ..................................................................................................................................................... 84
READING PARAMETERS 85
Double Read Timeout ..................................................................................................................................................... 86
LED and Speaker Indicators ........................................................................................................................................... 88
Power On Alert ....................................................................................................................................................... 88
Audio Jingles ................................................................................................................................................................... 88
Audio Jingle Enable ................................................................................................................................................ 90
Select Audio Jingle for Power-up Event .............................................................................................................. 91
Select Audio Jingle for Good Read Event ............................................................................................................. 92
Select Audio Jingle for Enter Stand Mode ........................................................................................................... 93
Select Audio Jingle for Exit Stand Mode .............................................................................................................. 94
Select Audio Jingle for Transmit Error Sound ..................................................................................................... 95
Good Read: When to Indicate ............................................................................................................................... 96
Good Read Beep Type ............................................................................................................................................ 97
Good Read Beep Frequency .................................................................................................................................. 97
Good Read Speaker Volume ................................................................................................................................. 98
Good Read Beep Length ........................................................................................................................................ 99
RGB LED Settings .......................................................................................................................................................... 101
Enable/Disable Good Read Indicator ................................................................................................................. 102
Good Read LED Color ........................................................................................................................................... 102
Enable/Disable Body Illumination ..................................................................................................................... 103
Scanner Idle LED Color ........................................................................................................................................ 104
RGB Good Read Raising Time ............................................................................................................................. 105
RGB Good Read Falling Time .............................................................................................................................. 106
RGB Good Read Holding Time ............................................................................................................................ 107
RGB Auto Delay .................................................................................................................................................... 108
Scanning Features ........................................................................................................................................................ 109
Scan Mode ............................................................................................................................................................ 109
Scanning Active Time .......................................................................................................................................... 110
Stand Mode Flash ................................................................................................................................................ 110
Flash On Time ...................................................................................................................................................... 111
Flash Off Time ...................................................................................................................................................... 111
Stand Mode Sensitivity ....................................................................................................................................... 112
Pick Mode ............................................................................................................................................................. 113
1D SYMBOLOGIES 113
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Introduction ................................................................................................................................................................... 113
Standard Factory Settings for Symbologies .............................................................................................................. 113
Disable All Symbologies ............................................................................................................................................... 114
Coupon Control .............................................................................................................................................................. 114
UPC-A ............................................................................................................................................................................. 115
UPC-A Enable/Disable ........................................................................................................................................ 115
UPC-A Check Character Transmission ............................................................................................................... 115
Expand UPC-A to EAN-13 ................................................................................................................................... 116
UPC-A Number System Character Transmission ............................................................................................. 116
UPC-E ............................................................................................................................................................................. 117
UPC-E Enable/Disable ........................................................................................................................................ 117
UPC-E Check Character Transmission ............................................................................................................... 117
Expand UPC-E to EAN-13 ................................................................................................................................... 118
Expand UPC-E to UPC-A ..................................................................................................................................... 118
UPC-E Number System Character Transmission ............................................................................................. 119
EAN 13 ............................................................................................................................................................................ 120
EAN 13 Enable/Disable ....................................................................................................................................... 120
EAN 13 Check Character Transmission ............................................................................................................. 120
EAN-13 Flag 1 Character ..................................................................................................................................... 121
EAN-13 ISBN Conversion .................................................................................................................................... 121
ISSN Enable/Disable ........................................................................................................................................... 122
EAN 8 .............................................................................................................................................................................. 123
EAN 8 Enable/Disable ......................................................................................................................................... 123
EAN 8 Check Character Transmission ............................................................................................................... 123
Expand EAN 8 to EAN 13 ..................................................................................................................................... 124
............................................................................................................................................................................... 124
UPC/EAN Global Settings ............................................................................................................................................ 125
UPC/EAN Price Weight Check ............................................................................................................................ 125
Add-Ons ......................................................................................................................................................................... 126
Optional Add-ons ................................................................................................................................................. 126
Optional Add-On Timer ....................................................................................................................................... 127
GS1 DataBar™ Omnidirectional ................................................................................................................................. 128
GS1 DataBar Omnidirectional Enable/Disable ................................................................................................. 128
GS1 DataBar Omnidirectional GS1-128 Emulation .......................................................................................... 128
GS1 DataBar™ Expanded .............................................................................................................................................. 129
GS1 DataBar Expanded Enable/Disable ........................................................................................................... 129
GS1 DataBar Expanded GS1-128 Emulation ..................................................................................................... 129
GS1 DataBar Expanded Length Control ............................................................................................................. 130
GS1 DataBar Expanded Set Length 1 ................................................................................................................ 130
GS1 DataBar Expanded Set Length 2 ................................................................................................................ 131
GS1 DataBar™ Limited .................................................................................................................................................. 132
GS1 DataBar Limited Enable/Disable ............................................................................................................... 132
GS1 DataBar Limited GS1-128 Emulation ........................................................................................................ 132
Code 39 ........................................................................................................................................................................... 133
Code 39 Enable/Disable ...................................................................................................................................... 133
Code 39 Check Character Calculation ................................................................................................................. 134
Code 39 Check Character Transmission ............................................................................................................ 135
Code 39 Start/Stop Character Transmission .................................................................................................... 135
Code 39 Full ASCII ................................................................................................................................................ 136
Code 39 Quiet Zones ............................................................................................................................................ 137
Code 39 Length Control ....................................................................................................................................... 138
Code 39 Set Length 1 ........................................................................................................................................... 139
Code 39 Set Length 2 ........................................................................................................................................... 140
Code 32 (Italian Pharmaceutical) ................................................................................................................................ 141
Code 32 Enable/Disable ...................................................................................................................................... 141
Code 32 Feature Setting Exceptions .................................................................................................................. 141
Code 32 Check Character Transmission ............................................................................................................ 141
Code 32 Start/Stop Character Transmission .................................................................................................... 142
Code 39 CIP (French Pharmaceutical) ......................................................................................................................... 142
Code 39 CIP Enable/Disable ............................................................................................................................... 142
Code 128 ........................................................................................................................................................................ 143
Code 128 Enable/Disable .................................................................................................................................... 143
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Expand Code 128 to Code 39 .............................................................................................................................. 143
Code 128 Check Character Transmission .......................................................................................................... 144
Code 128 Function Character Transmission ..................................................................................................... 144
Code 128 Quiet Zones ......................................................................................................................................... 145
Code 128 Length Control ..................................................................................................................................... 146
Code 128 Set Length 1 ......................................................................................................................................... 147
Code 128 Set Length 2 ......................................................................................................................................... 148
GS1-128 ......................................................................................................................................................................... 149
GS1-128 Enable .................................................................................................................................................... 149
Interleaved 2 of 5 (I 2 of 5) ........................................................................................................................................... 150
I 2 of 5 Enable/Disable ........................................................................................................................................ 150
I 2 of 5 Check Character Calculation ................................................................................................................... 151
I 2 of 5 Check Character Transmission .............................................................................................................. 152
I 2 of 5 Length Control ......................................................................................................................................... 153
I 2 of 5 Set Length 1 ............................................................................................................................................. 154
I 2 of 5 Set Length 2 ............................................................................................................................................. 155
Interleaved 2 of 5 CIP HR ............................................................................................................................................. 156
Interleaved 2 of 5 CIP HR Enable/Disable ......................................................................................................... 156
Datalogic 2 of 5 ............................................................................................................................................................. 157
Datalogic 2 of 5 Enable/Disable ......................................................................................................................... 157
Datalogic 2 of 5 Check Character Calculation ................................................................................................... 157
Datalogic 2 of 5 Check Character Transmission ............................................................................................... 158
Datalogic 2 of 5 Length Control .......................................................................................................................... 158
Datalogic 2 of 5 Set Length 1 .............................................................................................................................. 159
Datalogic 2 of 5 Set Length 2 .............................................................................................................................. 160
Codabar .......................................................................................................................................................................... 161
Codabar Enable/Disable ..................................................................................................................................... 161
Codabar Check Character Calculation ................................................................................................................ 161
Codabar Check Character Transmission ............................................................................................................ 162
Codabar Start/Stop Character Transmission ................................................................................................... 162
Codabar Start/Stop Character Set ..................................................................................................................... 163
Codabar Start/Stop Character Match ................................................................................................................ 163
Codabar Quiet Zones ........................................................................................................................................... 164
Codabar Length Control ...................................................................................................................................... 165
Codabar Set Length 1 .......................................................................................................................................... 166
Codabar Set Length 2 .......................................................................................................................................... 167
ABC Codabar .................................................................................................................................................................. 168
ABC Codabar Enable/Disable ............................................................................................................................. 168
ABC Codabar Concatenation Mode .................................................................................................................... 168
ABC Codabar Dynamic Concatenation Timeout ............................................................................................... 169
ABC Codabar Force Concatenation .................................................................................................................... 169
Code 11 ........................................................................................................................................................................... 170
Code 11 Enable/Disable ...................................................................................................................................... 170
Code 11 Check Character Calculation ................................................................................................................ 171
Code 11 Check Character Transmission ............................................................................................................ 171
Code 11 Length Control ....................................................................................................................................... 172
Code 11 Set Length 1 ........................................................................................................................................... 172
Code 11 Set Length 2 ........................................................................................................................................... 173
Standard 2 of 5 .............................................................................................................................................................. 174
Standard 2 of 5 Enable/Disable ......................................................................................................................... 174
Standard 2 of 5 Check Character Calculation .................................................................................................... 174
Standard 2 of 5 Check Character Transmission ............................................................................................... 175
Standard 2 of 5 Length Control .......................................................................................................................... 175
Standard 2 of 5 Set Length 1 .............................................................................................................................. 176
Standard 2 of 5 Set Length 2 .............................................................................................................................. 177
Industrial 2 of 5 ............................................................................................................................................................. 178
Industrial 2 of 5 Enable/Disable ........................................................................................................................ 178
Industrial 2 of 5 Check Character Calculation ................................................................................................... 178
Industrial 2 of 5 Check Character Transmission ............................................................................................... 179
Industrial 2 of 5 Length Control ......................................................................................................................... 179
Industrial 2 of 5 Set Length 1 ............................................................................................................................. 180
Industrial 2 of 5 Set Length 2 ............................................................................................................................. 181
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IATA ................................................................................................................................................................................ 182
IATA Enable/Disable ............................................................................................................................................ 182
IATA Check Character Transmission .................................................................................................................. 182
ISBT 128 ......................................................................................................................................................................... 183
ISBT 128 Concatenation ...................................................................................................................................... 183
ISBT 128 Concatenation Mode ........................................................................................................................... 183
ISBT 128 Dynamic Concatenation Timeout ....................................................................................................... 184
ISBT 128 Force Concatenation ............................................................................................................................ 185
ISBT 128 Advanced Concatenation Options ...................................................................................................... 185
MSI .................................................................................................................................................................................. 186
MSI Enable/Disable ............................................................................................................................................. 186
MSI Check Character Calculation ........................................................................................................................ 186
MSI Check Character Transmission ................................................................................................................... 187
MSI Length Control .............................................................................................................................................. 187
MSI Set Length 1 .................................................................................................................................................. 188
MSI Set Length 2 .................................................................................................................................................. 189
Code 93 ........................................................................................................................................................................... 190
Code 93 Enable/Disable ...................................................................................................................................... 190
Code 93 Check Character Calculation ................................................................................................................. 191
Code 93 Check Character Transmission ............................................................................................................ 191
Code 93 Length Control ....................................................................................................................................... 192
Code 93 Set Length 1 ........................................................................................................................................... 193
Code 93 Set Length 2 ........................................................................................................................................... 194
Code 93 Quiet Zones ............................................................................................................................................ 195
Follett 2 of 5 .................................................................................................................................................................. 196
Follett 2 of 5 Enable/Disable .............................................................................................................................. 196
BC412 ............................................................................................................................................................................. 196
BC412 Enable/Disable ........................................................................................................................................ 196
BC412 Check Character Calculation ................................................................................................................... 197
BC412 Length Control .......................................................................................................................................... 197
BC412 Set Length 1 ............................................................................................................................................. 198
BC412 Set Length 2 ............................................................................................................................................. 199
2D SYMBOLOGIES 201
2D Global Features ....................................................................................................................................................... 201
2D Maximum Decoding Time .............................................................................................................................. 202
2D Structured Append ......................................................................................................................................... 203
2D Normal/Inverse Symbol Control ................................................................................................................... 203
SYMBOLOGY SELECTION 204
Aztec Code ..................................................................................................................................................................... 204
Aztec Code Enable / Disable ............................................................................................................................... 204
Aztec Code Length Control ................................................................................................................................. 204
China Sensible Code ..................................................................................................................................................... 207
China Sensible Code Enable / Disable ............................................................................................................... 207
China Sensible Code Length Control .................................................................................................................. 207
Data Matrix .................................................................................................................................................................... 210
Data Matrix Enable / Disable ............................................................................................................................. 210
Data Matrix Square/Rectangular Style ............................................................................................................. 210
Data Matrix Length Control ................................................................................................................................ 211
Maxicode ........................................................................................................................................................................ 213
Maxicode Enable / Disable ................................................................................................................................. 213
Maxicode Primary Message Transmission ....................................................................................................... 213
Maxicode Length Control .................................................................................................................................... 214
PDF417 ........................................................................................................................................................................... 216
PDF417 Enable / Disable .................................................................................................................................... 216
PDF417 Length Control ....................................................................................................................................... 216
Micro PDF417 ................................................................................................................................................................ 219
Micro PDF417 Enable / Disable ......................................................................................................................... 219
Micro PDF417 Code 128 GS1-128 Emulation ................................................................................................... 219
Micro PDF417 Length Control ............................................................................................................................ 220
QR Code .......................................................................................................................................................................... 222
QR Code Enable / Disable ................................................................................................................................... 222
QR Code Length Control ...................................................................................................................................... 222
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Micro QR Code ............................................................................................................................................................... 225
Micro QR Code Enable/Disable .......................................................................................................................... 225
Micro QR Code Length Control ........................................................................................................................... 225
UCC Composite .............................................................................................................................................................. 228
UCC Composite Enable / Disable ....................................................................................................................... 228
UCC Optional Composite Timer .......................................................................................................................... 229
Postal Code Selection ................................................................................................................................................... 230
Postnet BB Control .............................................................................................................................................. 231
REFERENCES...................................................................................................................................................... 233
RS-232 Parameters ...................................................................................................................................................... 234
RS-232 Only .......................................................................................................................................................... 234
RS-232/USB COM Parameters .......................................................................................................................... 235
Keyboard Interface ....................................................................................................................................................... 242
Wedge Quiet Interval ........................................................................................................................................... 242
Intercharacter Delay ............................................................................................................................................ 243
Intercode Delay .................................................................................................................................................... 244
Data Format .................................................................................................................................................................. 245
Data Editing .......................................................................................................................................................... 245
Global Prefix/Suffix ............................................................................................................................................. 246
Global AIM ID ........................................................................................................................................................ 247
Label ID ................................................................................................................................................................. 248
Character Conversion .......................................................................................................................................... 252
Reading Parameters ..................................................................................................................................................... 253
RGB LED Features ............................................................................................................................................... 253
Scanning Features ........................................................................................................................................................ 256
Scan Mode ............................................................................................................................................................ 256
Scanning Active Time .......................................................................................................................................... 257
Flash On Time ...................................................................................................................................................... 258
Flash Off Time ...................................................................................................................................................... 259
Symbologies .................................................................................................................................................................. 260
Set Length ............................................................................................................................................................ 260
TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS............................................................................................................................ 263
LED and Beeper Indications ........................................................................................................................................ 266
Programming Mode ............................................................................................................................................. 267
Troubleshooting ............................................................................................................................................................ 268
Standard Cable Pinouts ............................................................................................................................................... 269
Stand Dimensions ........................................................................................................................................................ 270
Stand Base Plate Template ......................................................................................................................................... 271
STANDARD DEFAULTS....................................................................................................................................... 273
Default Exceptions ........................................................................................................................................................ 281
SAMPLE BAR CODES ......................................................................................................................................... 285
KEYPAD............................................................................................................................................................... 289
SCANCODE TABLES............................................................................................................................................ 291
Control Character Emulation ....................................................................................................................................... 291
Single Press and Release Keys .......................................................................................................................... 291
Interface Type PC AT PS/2 or USB-Keyboard ............................................................................................................ 292
Interface Type PC AT PS/2 Alt Mode or USB-Keyboard Alt Mode ........................................................................... 294
Microsoft Windows Codepage 1252 ........................................................................................................................... 296
Index ............................................................................................................................................................ 297
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Chapter 1
Introduction
About the Scanner
Bridging the gap between man and machine, the Heron™ HD3430 2D Area
Imager brings high style along with technology to the modern point of sale.
Distinctive features such as side and top lights, polyphonic speaker and stylish
top covers, as well as Green Spot technology, characterize this innovative
reader.
Perfect for use as both a handheld and a presentation style reader, the Heron
imager is lightweight and ergonomically shaped for handheld use and includes
an auto-sensing stand in the package.
Developed to satisfy the most demanding reading requirements for linear reading at POS checkout, the Heron 2D Area Imager is available as an all-in-one
multi-interface solution (RS-232, USB and Wedge).
The Heron™ HD3430 2D Area Imager has several new features. See "Reading
Parameters" on page 85 for information on setting these features:
• The reader's attractive illumination (top and sides) selectively changes
color to indicate its status.
• The user has the option to use personal jingles (a short user-defined tune
uploaded via Datalogic Aladdin™ configuration software) instead of the
normal beep tone.
Using the Heron Reader
Heron readers automatically scan barcodes at a distance. Simply aim and pull
the trigger. Code scanning is performed along the center of the light bar emitted from the reading window. This bar must cover the entire code.
Effective scanning is obtained by tilting the scanner with respect to the barcode
to avoid direct reflections, which impair the reading performance (see Figure 1A
below). A successful read is signaled by an audible tone or a jingle (previously
uploaded), plus a good-read green spot. The side and upper illuminators
become green (unless another color has been configured with Datalogic Aladdin™ configurator).
Once the reader is correctly inserted into the stand, it is immediately ready to
automatically read any code present in its reading area without pressing the
trigger. Furthermore, a red pattern (central cross and four spots located in corners) is continuously emitted to facilitate the aiming of the bar code to be read
(shown in Figure 1B).
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To guarantee single code reading, consecutive reading of the same code
requires the code to be removed from the reading area (no decoding) before
the reader will accept the same code again.
Figure 1. Correct positioning of scanner
A
B
About this Manual
This Product Reference Guide (PRG) is provided for users seeking advanced
technical information, including connection, programming, maintenance and
specifications. The Quick Reference Guide (QRG) and other publications associated with this product are downloadable free of charge from the website listed
on the back cover of this manual.
Typically, units are factory-programmed for the most common terminal and
communications settings. If you need to modify any programmable settings,
custom configuration can be accomplished by scanning the programming bar
codes within this guide.
Programming can alternatively be performed using the Datalogic Aladdin™
Configuration application, which is available from the Datalogic website listed
on the back cover of this manual. This multi-platform utility program allows
device configuration using a PC. It communicates to the device using a serial or
USB cable and can also create configuration bar codes to print.
Overview
Chapter 1, Introduction provides a product overview, unpacking instructions, and
cable connection information.
Chapter 2, Setup presents information about unpacking and setting up the scanner, and interface configuration bar codes and details.
Chapter 3, Configuration Using Bar Codes provides instructions and bar code labels
for customizing your scanner. There are different sections for interface types,
general features, data formatting, and symbology-specific features.
Chapter 4, References provides details concerning programmable features.
Appendix A, Technical Specifications lists physical and performance characteristics,
as well as environmental and regulatory specifications. It also provides standard cable pin-outs and descriptions of the functions and behaviors of the
scanner’s LED and Speaker indicators.
Appendix B, references common factory default settings for scanner features
and options.
Appendix C, Sample Bar Codes offers sample bar codes of several common symbologies.
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Appendix D, Keypad includes numeric bar codes to be scanned for certain
parameter settings.
Appendix E, Scancode Tables lists control character emulation information for
Wedge and USB Keyboard interfaces.
Manual Conventions
The symbols listed below are used in this manual to notify the reader of key
issues or procedures that must be observed when using the scanner:
Notes contain information necessary for properly diagnosing, repairing
and operating the scanner.
NOTE
The CAUTION symbol advises you of actions that could damage equipment or property.
CAUTION
Technical Support
Datalogic Website Support
The Datalogic website (www.datalogic.com) is the complete source for technical
support and information for Datalogic products. The site offers product support, warranty information, product manuals, product tech notes, software
updates, demos, and instructions for returning products for repair.
Reseller Technical Support
An excellent source for technical assistance and information is an authorized
Datalogic reseller. A reseller is acquainted with specific types of businesses,
application software, and computer systems and can provide individualized
assistance.
Telephone Technical Support
If you do not have internet or email access, you may contact Datalogic technical
support at (541) 349-8283 or check the back cover of your manual for more
contact information.
Current versions of the Product Reference Guide (PRG), Quick Reference Guide
(QRG), the Datalogic Aladdin™ Configuration application, software/firmware and
any additional manuals, instruction sheets and utilities for this product can be
downloaded from the website listed on the back cover of this manual.
Alternatively, printed copies or product support CDs may be purchased through
your Datalogic reseller.
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Chapter 2
Setup
Unpacking
Check carefully to ensure the scanner and any cables or accessories ordered are
present and undamaged. If any damage occurred during shipment, contact
Technical Support on page 3.
KEEP THE PACKAGING. Should the unit ever require service, it should be
returned in its original shipping container.
Setting Up the Scanner
Follow the steps provided in this section to connect and get your scanner up
and communicating with its host:
1. Connect the Interface Cable at the scanner as shown in Figure 2. To disconnect the cable, insert a paper clip or similar object into the opening
shown (item #3).
2. Connect the other end to the Host (see the next section, Connect Host Interface on page 6 and Figure 3).
3. Modify "Customizing Configuration Settings" on page 16 (only if modifications
are needed from factory settings).
Figure 2. Cable Connection/Disconnection at the Scanner
Cable Connector
Paper clip
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Setup
Connect Host Interface
The scanner kit you ordered to match your interface should provide a compatible cable for your installation. If this is not so, contact Technical Support.
The scanner can communicate using the following interfaces:
RS-232 Serial Connection
Turn off power to the terminal/PC and connect the scanner to the terminal/PC
serial port via the RS-232 cable as shown in Figure 3. If the terminal will not
support POT (Power Off the Terminal) to supply scanner power, use the
approved power supply (AC Adapter). Plug the AC Adapter barrel connector into
the socket on the RS-232 cable connector and the AC Adapter plug into a standard power outlet.
RS-232: The scanner can communicate with a standard or Wincor-Nixdorf (W-N)
RS-232 host.
RS-232 OPOS: This interface is used for OPOS/UPOS/JavaPOS systems.
Keyboard Wedge Connection
The Keyboard Wedge cable has a ‘Y’ connection from the scanner. Connect the
female to the male end from the keyboard and the remaining end at the keyboard port at the terminal/PC.
Keyboard Wedge (KBW) : When connected using this interface, the host interprets
scanned data as keystrokes and supports several international keyboards (for
the Windows® environment). See "Country Mode" on page 40 for a full listing.
USB Connection
Connect the scanner to a USB port on the terminal/PC using the correct USB
cable for the interface type you ordered.
USB : Select to communicate either by USB OEM, USB COM STD, or USB Keyboard
interface types by scanning the appropriate interface type bar codes available in
this manual. The default interface is USB-KBD, or RS-232-STD.
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Figure 3. Connection to the Host
USB
Keyboard Wedge
RS-232
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Specific cables are required for connection to different hosts. The connections illustrated in Figure 3 are examples only. Actual connectors may vary
from those illustrated, but the steps to connect the scanner remain the
same.
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Setup
Stand Installation
The stand can be affixed to a flat
surface such as a desk or countertop.
If needed, it can also be easily
removed.
Screws
To install the stand:
1. Remove the protective film from
the rubber feet and adhere them
to the corresponding recessed
areas on the bottom surface of
the stand.
2. Turn to "Stand Base Plate Template" on page 271. Place the
mask at the desired position of
the stand base on the desk.
Rubber
Feet
3. Use a pen to mark the location of the small holes (shown in red) on the
desk surface. Remove the mask before installing the screws.
4. Screw the 2 wood screws into the desk, centering in the marked holes.
Leave about 4-5 mm of the screw protruding from the upper surface of
the desk.
NOTE
8
It is recommended to use two n.2 wood screws ISO 7050, diameter. 3.5
mm, length 16 mm or equivalent. On hard surfaces, an electric screwdriver
can be used for easier installation of the screws.
Heron™ HD3430
Setting Up the Scanner
5. Set the stand in place on the screws by aligning the large holes (circled in
blue) with the screw heads.
6. Rotate the stand counterclockwise until you feel it lock into place.
7. If the rotation is obstructed, or if the stand does not lock into place,
remove the stand and adjust the height of the screws. Retry.
8. To remove the stand, rotate clockwise and lift to detach.
Insertion Into Stand
Place the reader into the stand, taking care to insert the handle into the stand
clip as shown.
Correct insertion will be signaled by a beep; then, the reader will be ready to
read bar codes.
Using as a Hands-Free Stand
The Heron HD3430 Stand can be used as a hands-free stand.
Once the reader is correctly inserted into the stand, it is immediately ready to
automatically read any code present in its reading area without pressing the
trigger. A green aiming light is continuously emitted to facilitate the positioning of the bar code to be read. Adjust the stand position as needed, as shown in
the following section.
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9
Setup
Adjusting the Stand Position
The stand can easily be adjusted to change the inclination of the reader while in
the stand.
To adjust the stand:
1. With fingers, loosen the screw on the bottom of the stand by turning it
counterclockwise.
Screw
2. Set the stand upright and slide to adjust to the desired position.
3. Re-tighten the screw to secure the stand.
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Using the Heron HD3430 Imager
Using the Heron HD3430 Imager
The Heron™ HD34XX normally functions by capturing and decoding codes. The
aiming system is activated on trigger pull and indicates the center of the field of
view which should be positioned over the bar code:
Aiming System
Relative Size and Location of Aiming System Pattern
2D Matrix symbol
Linear bar code
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Setup
A beam illuminates the label. The projected pattern of the aiming system will be
smaller when the reader is closer to the bar code and larger when it is farther
from the code. Symbologies with smaller bars or elements (mil size) should be
read closer to the unit. Symbologies with larger bars or elements (mil size)
should be read farther from the unit.
If the aiming system is centered you will get a good read. Successful reading is
signaled by an audible tone plus a good-read green spot LED indicator.
Relative Size and Location of Green Spot
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Interface Selection
Interface Selection
Upon completing the physical connection between the scanner and its host,
proceed directly to "Configuring the Interface" on page 13 for information and
programming for the interface type the scanner is connected to (for example:
RS-232, Keyboard Wedge, USB, etc.) and scan the appropriate bar code in that
section to select your system’s correct interface type.
The scanner, depending upon the model, will support one of the following sets
of host interfaces:
USB Models (2.0 full speed)
•
•
•
•
USB-KBD
USB-COM STD
USB-OEM
USB-KBD-ALT
RS-232 / Keyboard Wedge Models
•
•
RS-232 (Standard, Wincor-Nixdorf, OPOS)
Keyboard Wedge
Configuring the Interface
Scan the programming bar code from the following section which selects the
appropriate interface type to match the system the scanner will be connected
to. Next, proceed to the corresponding chapter in this manual (also listed in the
table) to configure any desired settings and features associated with that interface.
NOTE
Product Reference Guide
Unlike some other programming features and options, interface selections require that you scan only one programming bar code label. DO NOT
scan an ENTER/EXIT bar code prior to scanning an interface selection bar
code.
Some interfaces require the scanner to start in the disabled state when
powered up. If additional scanner configuration is desired while in this
state, pull the trigger and hold it for five seconds. The scanner will change
to a state that allows programming with bar codes.
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Setup
Table 1. Available Interfaces
RS-232
FEATURES
$P,HA05,P
RS-232 standard interface
Select RS232-STD
$P,HA12,P
RS-232 Wincor-Nixdorf
Select RS232-WN
$P,HA13,P
Set RS-232
Interface
Features
starting on
page 23
RS-232 for use with OPOS/UPOS/JavaPOS
Select RS-232 OPOS
$P,HA47,P
USB Com to simulate RS-232 standard interface
Select USB-COM-STDa
USB-OEM
FEATURES
$P,HA45,P
USB-OEM
(can be used for OPOS/UPOS/JavaPOS)
Select USB-OEM
Set USB-OEM
Interface
Features
starting on
page 71
a. Download the correct USB Com driver from www.datalogic.com
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Interface Selection
KEYBOARD
FEATURES
$P,HA29,P
AT, PS/2 25-286, 30-286, 50, 50Z, 60, 70, 80, 90
& 95 w/Standard Key Encoding
Select KBD-AT
$P,HA11,P
Keyboard Wedge for IBM AT PS2 with standard
key encoding but without external keyboard
Select KBD-AT-NK
$P,HA26,P
AT, PS/2 25-286, 30-286, 50, 50Z, 60, 70, 80, 90
& 95 w/Alternate Key
Select KBD-AT-ALT
$P,HA10,P
Keyboard Wedge for IBM AT PS2 with alternate key
encoding but without external keyboard
Set KEYBOARD
WEDGE
Interface
Features
starting on
page 39
Select KBD-AT-ALT-NK
$P,HA35,P
USB Keyboard with standard key encoding
Select USB Keyboard
$P,HA2B,P
USB Keyboard with alternate key encoding
Select USB Alternate Keyboard
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Setup
Customizing Configuration Settings
Using the Programming Bar Codes
This manual contains feature descriptions and bar codes which allow you to
reconfigure your scanner. Some programming bar code labels, like "Resetting the
Product Configuration to Defaults" on page 18, require only the scan of that single
label to enact the change. Most of the programming labels in this manual, however, require the scanner to be placed in Programming Mode prior to scanning
them. Scan an ENTER/EXIT bar code once to enter Programming Mode. Once
the scanner is in Programming Mode, you can scan a number of parameter settings before scanning the ENTER/EXIT bar code a second time, which will then
accept your changes, exit Programming Mode and return the scanner to normal
operation.
NOTE
There are some exceptions to the typical programming sequence
described above. Please read the description and setting instructions
carefully when configuring each given programmable feature.
Datalogic Aladdin™ Utility
Programming can alternatively be performed using the Datalogic Aladdin™
Configuration application which is available for free download from the Datalogic website listed on the back cover of this manual. This multi-platform utility
program allows device configuration using a PC. It communicates to the device
using a serial or USB cable and can also create configuration bar codes to print.
Datalogic Aladdin™ is a multi-platform utility program providing a quick and
user-friendly configuration method via the RS-232/USB-COM interface. The
Aladdin utility is available on the Datalogic website. Aladdin allows you to program the scanner by selecting configuration commands through a user-friendly
graphical interface running on a PC. These commands are sent to the scanner
over the selected communication interface, or they can be printed as bar codes
to be scanned.
Aladdin also provides the ability to perform a software upgrade for the connected device (see the Datalogic Aladdin™ Help On-Line for more details).
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Customizing Configuration Settings
Interface Settings
The scanner is typically factory-configured with a set of default features standard to the interface type you ordered. See "Interface Selection" on page 13.
Global Interface Features, starting on page 21 provides settings configurable by all
interface types. If your installation requires you to further customize your scanner, you can select other options through use of the instructions and programming bar codes available in the appropriate section for your interface.
• RS-232 ONLY Interface, starting on page 23
• RS-232/USB-COM Interfaces, starting on page 29
• Keyboard Interface, starting on page 39
• USB-OEM Interface, starting on page 71
Configuring Other Features
If your installation requires different programming than the standard factory
default settings, the following sections of this manual allow configuration of
non-interface-specific settings you might require:
Configuration Using Bar Codes: General Features includes programming for scanning, speaker and LED indicators and other such universal settings.
Reading Parameters: Reading Parameters include programming for scanning,
speaker and LED indicators and other universal settings.
1D Symbologies: Includes options concerning the bar code label types (symbologies). These settings allow you to enable/disable symbologies, set label
lengths, require check digit, etc.
Software Version Transmission
The software version of the device can be transmitted over the RS-232, Keyboard and USB interfaces by scanning the following label.
RevA
Transmit Software Version
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Setup
Resetting the Product Configuration to Defaults
If you aren't sure what programming options are in your scanner, or you've
changed some options and want to restore the Custom Default Configuration
that may have been saved in the scanner, scan the Restore Custom Default Configuration bar code below. This will restore the custom configuration for the currently active interface.
Custom defaults are based on the interface type. Configure the scanner for
the correct interface before scanning this label.
NOTE
$P,HA00,P
Restore Custom Default Configuration
If you aren't sure what programming options are in your scanner, or you've
changed some options and want to restore the Factory Configuration, you have
two options. You can scan the Restore USA Factory Configuration bar code or the
Restore EU Factory Configuration bar code below. Both labels restore the scanner
configuration to the factory settings including the interface type. The USA label
restores Label IDs to those historically used in the USA. The EU label restores
Label IDs to those historically used in Europe. The Label ID sets for USA and EU
are shown in the Label ID section of this manual.
Scanning either of the “Restore Factory Configuration” commands below
will result in the loss of any custom configuration settings for your device.
CAUTION
$P,AE,P
Restore USA Factory Configuration
$P,Ae,P
Restore EU Factory Configuration
The programming section on the following pages lists the factory default settings for each of the menu commands (indicated by shaded blocks and bold
text).
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Chapter 3
Configuration Using Bar Codes
This and following sections provide programming bar codes to configure your
scanner by changing the default settings. For details about additional methods
of programming, see "Customizing Configuration Settings" on page 16.
NOTE
You must first enable your scanner to read bar codes in order to
use this section. If you have not done this, go to Setup, starting on
page 5 and complete the appropriate procedure.
Configuration Parameters
Once the scanner is set up, you can change the default parameters to meet your
application needs. Refer to "Resetting the Product Configuration to Defaults" on page
18 for initial configuration in order to set the default values and select the
interface for your application.
The following configuration parameters are divided into logical groups, making
it easy to find the desired function based on its reference group.
Interface Configuration:
•
•
•
•
"RS-232 ONLY Interface" on page 23
"RS-232/USB-COM Interfaces" on page 29
"Keyboard Interface" on page 39
"USB-OEM Interface" on page 71
Parameters common to all interface applications:
•
•
•
"Global Prefix/Suffix" on page 74
"Data Format" on page 73 offers advanced configuration options for customization of scanned data output.
"Reading Parameters" on page 85 control various operating modes and indicators status functioning.
Symbology-specific parameters:
"1D Symbologies" on page 113 defines options for all symbologies and provides
the programming bar codes necessary for configuring these features.
NOTE
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You must first enable your scanner to read bar codes in order to
use this section. If you have not done this, go to Setup, starting on
page 5 and complete the appropriate procedure.
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Enter/Exit Programming Mode
To program features:
1. Scan the ENTER/EXIT PROGRAMMING bar code, available at the top of each
programming page, when applicable.
2. Scan the bar code to set the desired programming feature. You may need
to cover unused bar codes on the page, and possibly the facing page, to
ensure that the scanner reads only the bar code you intend to scan.
3. If additional input parameters are needed, go to Appendix D, Keypad, and
scan the appropriate characters from the keypad.
Additional information about many features can be found in the “References” chapter.
NOTE
If you make a mistake before the last character, scan the CANCEL bar
code to abort and not save the entry string. You can then start again at
the beginning.
4. Complete the programming sequence by scanning the ENTER/EXIT PROGRAMMING bar code to exit Programming Mode.
For more detailed descriptions, programming information and examples for
setting selected configuration items, see References, starting on page 233.
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Enter/Exit Programming Mode
Global Interface Features
The following interface features are configurable by all interface types. To set
features specific to your interface, turn to that section of this manual.
HOST COMMANDS — OBEY/IGNORE on page 21
USB SUSPEND MODE on page 22
Host Commands — Obey/Ignore
This option specifies whether the scanner will obey or ignore host commands.
When set to ignore, the scanner will ignore all host commands except for those
necessary for:
• service mode
• flash programming mode
• keeping the interface active
• transmission of labels.
$CIFIH00
DEFAULT
Host Commands = Obey
$CIFIH01
Host Commands = Ignore
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Enter/Exit Programming Mode
USB Suspend Mode
This setting enables/disables the ability of the USB interface to enter suspend
mode.
$CUSSE00
DEFAULT
USB Suspend Mode = Disable
$CUSSE01
USB Suspend Mode = Enable
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RS-232 ONLY Interface
Enter/Exit Programming Mode
RS-232 ONLY Interface
Use the programming bar codes in this chapter if modifications to the standard
RS-232 interface settings are necessary to meet your system’s requirements.
Additional settings which apply to both the RS-232 and USB interfaces are
available in Chapter 5, RS-232/USB-COM Interfaces.
BAUD RATE on page 23
PARITY on page 25
DATA BITS on page 24
HANDSHAKING CONTROL on page 27
DATA BITS on page 24
RS-232 Standard Factory Settings
Reference Appendix B, for a listing of standard factory settings.
Baud Rate
Baud rate is the number of bits of data transmitted per second. Set the scanner's baud rate to match the baud rate setting of the host device. With an
improper baud rate setting, data may not reach the host correctly.
$CR2BA00
Baud Rate = 1200
$CR2BA01
Baud Rate = 2400
$CR2BA02
Baud Rate = 4800
$CR2BA03
DEFAULT
Baud Rate = 9600
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Enter/Exit Programming Mode
Data Bits
Baud Rate (continued)
$CR2BA04
Baud Rate = 19,200
$CR2BA05
Baud Rate = 38,400
$CR2BA06
Baud Rate = 57,600
$CR2BA07
Baud Rate = 115,200
Data Bits
This parameter allows the reader to interface with devices requiring a 7-bit or
8-bit ASCII protocol for sending and receiving data.
$CR2ST00
7 Data Bits
$CR2ST01
DEFAULT
8 Data Bits
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RS-232 ONLY Interface
Enter/Exit Programming Mode
Stop Bits
The stop bit(s) at the end of each transmitted character marks the end of transmission of one character and prepares the receiving device for the next character in the serial data stream. The number of stop bits selected (one or two)
depends on the number the receiving terminal is programmed to accommodate. Set the number of stop bits to match host device requirements.
$CR2ST00
DEFAULT
1 Stop Bit
$CR2ST01
2 Stop Bits
Parity
This feature specifies parity required for sending and receiving data. A parity
check bit is the most significant bit of each ASCII coded character. Select the
parity type according to host device requirements.
• Select None when no parity bit is required.
• Select Odd parity and the parity bit value is set to 0 or 1, based on data, to
ensure that an odd number of 1 bits are contained in the coded character.
• Select Even parity and the parity bit value is set to 0 or 1, based on data, to
ensure that an even number of 1 bits are contained in the coded character.
$CR2PA00
DEFAULT
Parity = None
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Enter/Exit Programming Mode
Parity
$CR2PA01
Parity = Even
$CR2PA02
Parity = Odd
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RS-232 ONLY Interface
Enter/Exit Programming Mode
Handshaking Control
The data interface consists of an RS-232 port designed to operate either with
or without the hardware handshaking lines, Request to Send (RTS), and Clear to
Send (CTS). Handshaking Control includes the following options:
• RTS — RTS is asserted during transmissions. CTS is ignored.
• RTS/CTS — RTS is asserted during transmissions. CTS gates transmissions.
• RTS/XON/XOFF — RTS is asserted during transmissions. CTS is ignored.
XON and XOFF gate transmissions.
• RTS On/CTS — RTS is always asserted. CTS gates transmissions.
• RTS/CTS Scan Control — RTS is asserted during transmissions. CTS gates
transmissions and controls enable and disable state of scanner.
$CR2HC00
DEFAULT
Handshaking Control = RTS
$CR2HC01
Handshaking Control = RTS/CTS
$CR2HC02
Handshaking Control = RTS/XON/XOFF
$CR2HC03
Handshaking Control = RTS On/CTS
$CR2HC04
Handshaking Control = RTS/CTS Scan Control
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RS-232 ONLY Interface
NOTES
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RS-232/USB-COM Interfaces
Enter/Exit Programming Mode
RS-232/USB-COM Interfaces
The programming bar codes in this chapter allow modifications to the standard
RS-232 and USB-Com interfaces.
STANDARD FACTORY SETTINGS on page 29
INTERCHARACTER DELAY on page 30
BEEP ON ASCII BEL on page 31
BEEP ON NOT ON FILE on page 31
ACK NAK OPTIONS on page 32
ACK CHARACTER on page 33
NAK CHARACTER on page 33
ACK NAK TIMEOUT VALUE on page 34
ACK NAK RETRY COUNT on page 35
ACK NAK ERROR HANDLING on page 36
INDICATE TRANSMISSION FAILURE on page 37
DISABLE CHARACTER on page 37
ENABLE CHARACTER on page 38
Standard Factory Settings
Reference Appendix B, for a listing of standard factory settings.
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Enter/Exit Programming Mode
Intercharacter Delay
Intercharacter Delay
This parameter specifies the intercharacter delay between the end of one character and the beginning of the next. The delay can be set within a range of zero
(0) to 990 milliseconds in 10ms increments. A setting of zero specifies no
delay. See "Label ID: Pre-loaded Sets" on page 248 for more detailed programming instructions.
$CR2IC00
Intercharacter Delay = No Delay
$CR2IC
To configure this feature, scan the ENTER/EXIT bar code
above, then the bar code at left followed by digits from
the Alphanumeric characters in Appendix D, Keypad representing your desired character(s). End by
scanning the ENTER/EXIT bar code again.
Select Intercharacter Delay Setting
~
Make a mistake? Scan the CANCEL bar code to abort and
not save the entry string. You can then start again at the
beginning.
CANCEL
DEFAULT
30
00 = No Intercharacter Delay
Heron™ HD3430
RS-232/USB-COM Interfaces
Enter/Exit Programming Mode
Beep On ASCII BEL
When this parameter is enabled, the scanner issues a beep when a <BEL> character is detected on the RS-232 serial line. <BEL> is issued to gain a user's
attention to an illegal entry or other important event.
$CR2BB00
DEFAULT
Beep On ASCII BEL = Disable
$CR2BB01
Beep On ASCII BEL = Enable
Beep On Not on File
This option enables/disables the action of the scanner to sound a three beep
sequence upon receiving a Not-On-File (NOF) host command.
$CBPNF00
Beep On Not On File = Disable
$CBPNF01
DEFAULT
Beep On Not On File = Enable
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Enter/Exit Programming Mode
ACK NAK Options
ACK NAK Options
This enables/disables the ability of the scanner to support the RS-232 ACK/
NAK protocol. When configured, the scanner and/or host sends an “ACK” when
it receives data properly, and sends “NAK” when the data is in error.
Options are:
• Disable
• Enable for label transmission — The scanner expects an ACK/NAK
response from the host when a label is sent.
• Enable for host-command acknowledge — The scanner will respond with
ACK/NAK when the host sends a command.
• Enable for label transmission and host-command acknowledge
$CR2AE00
DEFAULT
ACK/NAK Protocol = Disable ACK/NAK
$CR2AE01
ACK/NAK Protocol = Enable for label transmission
$CR2AE02
ACK/NAK Protocol = Enable for host-command
acknowledge
$CR2AE03
ACK/NAK Protocol = Enable for label transmission and hostcommand acknowledge
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RS-232/USB-COM Interfaces
Enter/Exit Programming Mode
ACK Character
This setting specifies an ASCII character or hex value to be used as the ACK
character. ASCII characters or any hex value from 0 to 0xFF can be selected. See
"ACK Character" on page 236 for more detailed programming instructions.
NOTE
Setting to previously defined characters such as XON, XOFF, or
host commands conflicts with normal operation of these characters. 8-bit data is not recognized when the option Data Bits
on page 24 has been set as 7 Data Bits.
$CR2AC
Select ACK Character Setting
DEFAULT
0x06 ‘ACK’ Character
NAK Character
This setting specifies an ASCII character or hex value to be used as the NAK
character. ASCII characters or any hex value from 0 to 0xFF can be selected. See
"NAK Character" on page 237 for more detailed programming instructions.
NOTE
Setting to previously defined characters such as XON, XOFF, or
host commands conflicts with normal operation of these characters. 8-bit data is not recognized when the option Data Bits
on page 24 has been set as 7 Data Bits.
$CR2NA
Select NAK Character Setting
DEFAULT
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0x15 ‘NAK’ Character
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Enter/Exit Programming Mode
ACK NAK Options
ACK NAK Timeout Value
This option specifies the amount of time the scanner waits for an ACK character
from the host following label transmission. The selectable timeout range is 200
milliseconds to 15,000ms (15 seconds) in 200ms increments. A selection of 0
disables the timeout. See "ACK NAK Timeout Value" on page 238 for more
detailed programming instructions.
$CR2AT
Select ACK NAK Timeout Value Setting
To configure this feature, scan the ENTER/EXIT bar code
above, then the bar code at left followed by digits from
the Alphanumeric characters in Appendix D, Keypad representing your desired character(s). End by
scanning the ENTER/EXIT bar code again.
~
Make a mistake? Scan the CANCEL bar code to abort and
not save the entry string. You can then start again at the
beginning.
CANCEL
DEFAULT
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01 ACK NAK Timeout value is 200ms
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RS-232/USB-COM Interfaces
Enter/Exit Programming Mode
ACK NAK Retry Count
This feature specifies the number of times the scanner retries a label transmission due to a retry condition. The selectable range is from 1 to 254 retries. A
selection of 0 disables the count, and a selection of 255 specifies unlimited
retries. See "ACK NAK Retry Count" on page 239 for more detailed programming instructions.
$CR2AR
To configure this feature, scan the ENTER/EXIT bar code
above, then the bar code at left followed by digits from
the Alphanumeric characters in Appendix D, Keypad representing your desired character(s). End by
scanning the ENTER/EXIT bar code again.
Select ACK NAK Retry Count Setting
~
Make a mistake? Scan the CANCEL bar code to abort and
not save the entry string. You can then start again at the
beginning.
CANCEL
DEFAULT
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003 = 3 Retries
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Enter/Exit Programming Mode
ACK NAK Options
ACK NAK Error Handling
This feature specifies the method the scanner uses to handle receive errors
detected while waiting for an ACK character from the host.
Options are:
• Ignore errors detected
• Process error as valid ACK character
• Process error as valid NAK character
$CR2EH00
DEFAULT
ACK NAK Error Handling = Ignore Errors Detected
$CR2EH01
ACK NAK Error Handling = Process Error
as Valid ACK Character
$CR2EH02
ACK NAK Error Handling = Process Error
as Valid NAK Character
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RS-232/USB-COM Interfaces
Enter/Exit Programming Mode
Indicate Transmission Failure
This option enables/disables the scanner’s ability to sound an error beep to
indicate a transmission failure while in ACK/NAK mode.
$CR2TF00
Indicate Transmission Failure = Disable Indication
$CR2TF01
DEFAULT
Indicate Transmission Failure = Enable Indication
Disable Character
Specifies the value of the RS-232 host command used to disable the scanner.
ASCII characters or any hex value from 0 to 0xFF can be selected. See "Disable
Character" on page 240 for more detailed programming instructions.
NOTE
Setting to previously defined characters such as XON, XOFF, or
host commands conflicts with normal operation of these characters.
$CR2DC
Select Disable Character Setting
DEFAULT
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0x44 = Disable Character is ‘D’
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Enter/Exit Programming Mode
Enable Character
Enable Character
Specifies the value of the RS-232 host command used to enable the scanner.
ASCII characters or any hex value from 0 to 0xFF can be selected. See "Enable
Character" on page 241 for more detailed programming instructions.
NOTE
Setting to previously defined characters such as XON, XOFF, or
host commands conflicts with normal operation of these characters.
$CR2EC
Select Enable Character Setting
DEFAULT
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0x45 = Enable Character is ‘E’
Heron™ HD3430
Keyboard Interface
Use the programming bar codes in this chapter to select options for USB Keyboard and Wedge Interfaces. Reference Appendix B, for a listing of standard
factory settings. Information about control character emulation which applies
to keyboard interfaces is listed in Appendix E, Scancode Tables.
COUNTRY MODE on page 40
CAPS LOCK STATE on page 63
NUMLOCK on page 63
KEYBOARD NUMERIC KEYPAD on page 64
KEYBOARD SEND CONTROL CHARACTERS on page 65
WEDGE QUIET INTERVAL on page 66
INTERCODE DELAY on page 68
USB KEYBOARD SPEED on page 69
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Enter/Exit Programming Mode
Country Mode
Country Mode
This feature specifies the country/language supported by the keyboard.
The Country Mode setting is ignored if the interface uses alternate key encoding.
Setup on PC to use ALT Universal
1. Open Registry Edit
2. Set EnableHexNumpad to 1 as follows:
3. Reset the PC.
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Keyboard Interface
Enter/Exit Programming Mode
Setting Country Mode
$CKBCO00
DEFAULT
United States
$CKBCO01
French International (Belgian French)
$CKBCO02
United Kingdom
$CKBCO11
Danish
$CKBCO0E
French (France)
$CKBCO03
German
$CKBCO04
Italian
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Enter/Exit Programming Mode
Country Mode
Setting Country Mode (continued)
$CKBCO0F
Norwegian
$CKBCO09
Portuguese Portugal
$CKBCO0A
Spanish
$CKBCO0B
Swedish
$CKBCO13
Swiss French
$CKBCO14
Japanese ASCII
$CKBCO13
Hungarian
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Keyboard Interface
Enter/Exit Programming Mode
Setting Country Mode (continued)
$CKBCO0F
Czech
$CKBCO09
SlovaK
$CKBCO0A
Romanian
$CKBCO0B
Croatian
$CKBCO13
Polish_214
$CKBCO14
Canadian French Win7
$CKBCO13
Lithuanian
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Enter/Exit Programming Mode
Country Mode
Setting Country Mode (continued)
$CKBCO0F
Vietnamese
$CKBCO09
Russian
$CKBCO0A
Arabic 101
$CKBCO0B
Chinese ASCII
$CKBCO13
Thai-Kedmanee
$CKBCO14
Albanian
$CKBCO13
Arabic 102
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Keyboard Interface
Enter/Exit Programming Mode
Setting Country Mode (continued)
$CKBCO0F
Arabic 102 AZERTY
$CKBCO09
Azeri Cyrillic
$CKBCO0A
Azeri Latin
$CKBCO0B
Belarusian
$CKBCO13
Bosnian Cyrillic
$CKBCO14
Bosnian Latin
$CKBCO13
Bulgarian Cyrillic
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Enter/Exit Programming Mode
Country Mode
Setting Country Mode (continued)
$CKBCO0F
Bulgarian Latin
$CKBCO09
Canadian French (Legacy)
$CKBCO0A
Canadian Multilingual
$CKBCO0B
Chinese (Simplified)
$CKBCO13
Chinese (Traditional)
$CKBCO14
Czech Programmers
$CKBCO13
Czech QWERTY
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Keyboard Interface
Enter/Exit Programming Mode
Setting Country Mode (continued)
$CKBCO0F
Dutch Netherland
$CKBCO09
Estonian
$CKBCO0A
Faeroese
$CKBCO0B
Finnish
$CKBCO13
French (Canada) 2000/XP
$CKBCO14
French (Canada) 95/98
$CKBCO13
Galician
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Enter/Exit Programming Mode
Country Mode
Setting Country Mode (continued)
$CKBCO0F
Greek
$CKBCO09
Greek Latin
$CKBCO0A
Greek Polytonic
$CKBCO0B
Greek220
$CKBCO13
Greek220 Latin
$CKBCO14
Greek319
$CKBCO13
Greek319 Latin
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Keyboard Interface
Enter/Exit Programming Mode
Setting Country Mode (continued)
$CKBCO0F
Hebrew Israel
$CKBCO09
Hungarian_101KEY
$CKBCO0A
Icelandic
$CKBCO0B
Irish
$CKBCO13
Italian_142
$CKBCO14
Japanese (Shift-JIS)
$CKBCO13
Kazakh
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Enter/Exit Programming Mode
Country Mode
Setting Country Mode (continued)
$CKBCO0F
Korean (Hangul)
$CKBCO09
Korean ASCII
$CKBCO0A
Kyrgyz Cyrillic
$CKBCO0B
Latin America
$CKBCO13
Latvian
$CKBCO14
Latvian QWERTY
$CKBCO13
Lithuanian_IBM
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Keyboard Interface
Enter/Exit Programming Mode
Setting Country Mode (continued)
$CKBCO0F
Macedonian -FYROM
$CKBCO09
Maltese_47KEY
$CKBCO0A
Mongolian-Cyrillic
$CKBCO0B
Polish Programmer
$CKBCO13
Portuguese Brazil
$CKBCO14
Portuguese Brazilian ABNT
$CKBCO13
Portuguese Brazilian ABNT2
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Enter/Exit Programming Mode
Country Mode
Setting Country Mode (continued)
$CKBCO0F
Romanian Legacy
$CKBCO09
Romanian Programmer
$CKBCO0A
Romanian Standard
$CKBCO0B
Russian Typewriter
$CKBCO13
Serbian Cyrillic
$CKBCO14
Serbian Latin
$CKBCO13
Slovak QWERTY
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Keyboard Interface
Enter/Exit Programming Mode
Setting Country Mode (continued)
$CKBCO0F
Slovenian
$CKBCO09
Spanish Variation
$CKBCO0A
Swiss German
$CKBCO0B
Tatar
$CKBCO13
Turkish F
$CKBCO14
Turkish Q
$CKBCO13
Ukrainian
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Enter/Exit Programming Mode
Country Mode
Setting Country Mode (continued)
$CKBCO0F
US Dvorak
$CKBCO09
US Dvorak Left Hand
$CKBCO0A
US Dvorak Right Hand
$CKBCO0B
US English (Mac)
$CKBCO13
US English (North American)
$CKBCO14
US International
$CKBCO13
Uzbek Cyrillic
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Keyboard Interface
Enter/Exit Programming Mode
Setting Encoding Type
.
$CKBCO00
DEFAULT
Don’t use encoding
$CKBCO01
UTF_8
$CKBCO02
Windows 874
$CKBCO11
Windows 932
$CKBCO0E
Windows 936
$CKBCO03
Windows 949
$CKBCO04
Windows 950
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Enter/Exit Programming Mode
Country Mode
Setting Encoding Type (continued)
$CKBCO03
Windows 1250
$CKBCO09
Windows 1251
$CKBCO0A
Windows 1252
$CKBCO0B
Windows 1253
$CKBCO13
Windows 1254
$CKBCO14
Windows 1255
$CKBCO13
Windows 1256
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Keyboard Interface
Enter/Exit Programming Mode
Setting Encoding Type (continued)
$CKBCO0F
Windows 1257
$CKBCO09
Windows 1258
$CKBCO0A
Windows 20866
$CKBCO0B
ISO 8859-1
$CKBCO13
ISO 8859-2
$CKBCO14
ISO 8859-3
$CKBCO13
ISO 8859-4
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Enter/Exit Programming Mode
Country Mode
Setting Encoding Type (continued)
$CKBCO0F
ISO 8859-5
$CKBCO09
ISO 8859-6
$CKBCO0A
ISO 8859-7
$CKBCO0B
ISO 8859-8
$CKBCO13
ISO 8859-9
$CKBCO14
ISO 8859-10
$CKBCO13
ISO 8859-11
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Heron™ HD3430
Keyboard Interface
Enter/Exit Programming Mode
Setting Encoding Type (continued)
$CKBCO0F
ISO 8859-13
$CKBCO09
ISO 8859-14
$CKBCO0A
ISO 8859-15
$CKBCO0B
ISO 8859-16
$CKBCO13
MS-DOS 437
$CKBCO14
MS-DOS 737
$CKBCO13
MS-DOS 775
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Enter/Exit Programming Mode
Country Mode
Setting Encoding Type (continued)
$CKBCO0F
MS-DOS 850
$CKBCO09
MS-DOS 852
$CKBCO0A
MS-DOS 855
$CKBCO0B
MS-DOS 857
$CKBCO13
MS-DOS 860
$CKBCO14
MS-DOS 861
$CKBCO13
MS-DOS 862
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Keyboard Interface
Enter/Exit Programming Mode
Setting Encoding Type (continued)
$CKBCO0F
MS-DOS 863
$CKBCO09
MS-DOS 865
$CKBCO0A
MS-DOS 866
$CKBCO0B
MS-DOS 869
$CKBCO13
Mac CP10000
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Enter/Exit Programming Mode
Country Mode
Setting ALT output type
This option specifies the encode type of ALT Mode when the scanner sends
Output Keyboard Data in Alt Mode. (Be aware that the scanner may switch automatically between ALT mode & Normal Keyboard Scancode, to correctly display
some characters that are not present in the current Keyboard Country).
.
$CKBCO00
ALT Codepage: (use on non Unicode application: Notepad)
$CKBCO01
DEFAULT
ALT Unicode: (use on Unicode application: Word)
$CKBCO02
ALT Universal: (Use for all)
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Keyboard Interface
Enter/Exit Programming Mode
Caps Lock State
This option specifies the format in which the scanner sends character data. This
applies to Keyboard Wedge interfaces. This does not apply when an alternate key
encoding keyboard is selected. This does not apply to USB Keyboard.
$CKBCL00
DEFAULT
Caps Lock State = Caps Lock OFF
$CKBCL01
Caps Lock State = Caps Lock ON
$CKBCL02
Caps Lock State = AUTO Caps Lock Enable
Numlock
This option specifies the setting of the Numbers Lock (Numlock) key while in
Keyboard Wedge interface. This only applies to alternate key encoding interfaces. It does not apply to USB Keyboard.
$CKBNL00
DEFAULT
Numlock = Numlock key unchanged
$CKBNL01
Numlock = Numlock key toggled
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Enter/Exit Programming Mode
Keyboard Numeric Keypad
Keyboard Numeric Keypad
This feature specifies if numeric characters will be sent using the standard keys
or the numeric keypad.
$CKBKP00
DEFAULT
Keyboard Numeric Keypad = Standard Keys
$CKBKP01
Keyboard Numeric Keypad = Numeric Keypad
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Keyboard Interface
Enter/Exit Programming Mode
Keyboard Send Control Characters
This feature is used by the Keyboard Wedge and USB Keyboard interfaces. It
specifies how the scanner transmits ASCII control characters to the host. Reference Appendix E, Scancode Tables for more information about control characters.
Options are as follows:
Send Ctrl+Key : ASCII characters from 00H to 0x1FH inclusive are transmitted in
the format Ctrl+Key. Special keys are available in the range from 81H to A1.
Send Ctrl+Shift+Key : The behavior is the same as above, but control keys are sent
in the format Ctrl+Shift+Keys.
Send Special Function Key : Send characters between 00H and 1FH according to
the special function key mapping table (see "Interface Type PC AT PS/2 Alt
Mode or USB-Keyboard Alt Mode" on page 294). This is used to send keys that
are not in the normal ASCII set. A unique set is provided for each available
scancode set.
$CKBSC00
DEFAULT
Keyboard Send Control Characters = Send Ctrl+Key
$CKBSC01
Keyboard Send Control Characters = Send Ctrl+Shift+Key
$CKBSC02
Keyboard Send Control Characters = Send Special Function
Key :
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Enter/Exit Programming Mode
Wedge Quiet Interval
Wedge Quiet Interval
This option specifies the amount of time to look for keyboard activity before
the scanner breaks the keyboard connection in order to transmit data to host.
The selectable range for this feature is from 0 to 990ms in 10ms increments.
See "Wedge Quiet Interval" on page 242 for more detailed programming
instructions.
This feature applies ONLY to the Keyboard Wedge interface.
NOTE
$CKBQI
To configure this feature, scan the ENTER/EXIT bar code
above, then the bar code at left followed by digits from the
Alphanumeric characters in Appendix D, Keypad
representing your desired character(s). End by scanning
the ENTER/EXIT bar code again.
Select Wedge Quiet Interval Setting
~
Make a mistake? Scan the CANCEL bar code to abort and
not save the entry string. You can then start again at the
beginning.
CANCEL
DEFAULT
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10 = Quiet Interval of 100 ms
Heron™ HD3430
Keyboard Interface
Enter/Exit Programming Mode
Intercharacter Delay
This parameter specifies the intercharacter delay between the end of one character and the beginning of the next. The delay can be set within a range of zero
(0) to 990 milliseconds in 10ms increments. A setting of zero specifies no
delay. See "Intercharacter Delay" on page 243 for more detailed programming
instructions.
$CR21C00
Intercharacter Delay = No Delay
$CR21C
To configure this feature, scan the ENTER/EXIT bar code
above, then the bar code at left followed by digits from the
Alphanumeric characters in Appendix D, Keypad
representing your desired character(s). End by scanning
the ENTER/EXIT bar code again.
Select Intercharacter Delay Setting
~
Make a mistake? Scan the CANCEL bar code to abort and not
save the entry string. You can then start again at the beginning.
CANCEL
DEFAULT
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Enter/Exit Programming Mode
Intercode Delay
Intercode Delay
Specifies the delay between labels transmitted to the host for this interface. The
selectable range for this feature is from 0 to 99 seconds. See "Intercode Delay"
on page 244 for more detailed programming instructions.
$CKBID
To configure this feature, scan the ENTER/EXIT bar code
above, then the bar code at left followed by digits from the
Alphanumeric characters in Appendix D, Keypad
representing your desired character(s). End by scanning
the ENTER/EXIT bar code again.
Set Intercode Delay
~
Make a mistake? Scan the CANCEL bar code to abort and
not save the entry string. You can then start again at the
beginning.
CANCEL
DEFAULT
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00 = No Wedge Intercode Delay
Heron™ HD3430
USB Keyboard Speed
USB Keyboard Speed
This option specifies the USB poll rate for a USB Keyboard.
This feature applies ONLY to the USB Keyboard interface.
NOTE
$CKBSP01
DEFAULT
USB Keyboard Speed = 1ms
$CKBSP02
USB Keyboard Speed = 2ms
$CKBSP03
USB Keyboard Speed = 3ms
$CKBSP05
USB Keyboard Speed = 5ms
$CKBSP07
USB Keyboard Speed = 7ms
$CKBSP0A
USB Keyboard Speed = 10ms
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Keyboard Interface
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USB-OEM Interface
INTRODUCTION on page 71
STANDARD FACTORY SETTINGS on page 71
USB-OEM DEVICE USAGE on page 72
USB-OEM INTERFACE OPTIONS on page 72
Introduction
Feature settings for USB interfaces differ depending upon which host type the
scanner will be connected with. Use the feature settings in this chapter to specifically configure for the USB-OEM interface. Other USB interfaces are included
in the appropriate chapter for their host type.
Standard Factory Settings
Reference Appendix B, for a listing of standard factory settings.
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Enter/Exit Programming Mode
USB-OEM Device Usage
USB-OEM Device Usage
The USB-OEM protocol allows for the scanner to be identified as one of two different types of bar code scanners. Depending on what other scanners you may
already have connected to a USB-OEM POS, you may need to change this setting
to enable all devices to communicate.
Options are:
• Tabletop Scanner
• Handheld Scanner
It may be necessary to switch device usage when connecting
two scanners of the same type to a POS system.
NOTE
$CIBUT00
USB-OEM Device Usage = Tabletop Scanner
$CIBUT01
DEFAULT
USB-OEM Device Usage = Handheld Scanner
USB-OEM Interface Options
This setting provides for an interface specific control mechanism.
Options are:
• Obey — Obey Scanner Configuration Host Commands
• Ignore — Ignore Scanner Configuration Host Commands
$CIFO101
USB-OEM Interface Options = Obey
$CIFO102
DEFAULT
USB-OEM Interface Options = Ignore
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Data Format
GLOBAL PREFIX/SUFFIX on page 74
GLOBAL AIM ID on page 75
GS1-128 AIM ID on page 75
LABEL ID
starting on page 76
•Label ID: Pre-loaded Sets on page 76
•Label ID: Set Individually Per Symbology on
page 77
•Label ID Control on page 77
•Label ID Symbology Selection on page 78
CASE CONVERSION on page 84
CHARACTER CONVERSION on page 84
The features in this chapter can be used to build specific user-defined data into
a message string. See "References" starting on page 233 for more detailed
instructions on setting these features.
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Enter/Exit Programming Mode
Global Prefix/Suffix
Global Prefix/Suffix
Up to 20 ASCII characters may be added as a prefix (in a position before the bar
code data) and/or as a suffix (in a position following the bar code data). See
"Global Prefix/Suffix" on page 246 for more detailed programming instructions.
To configure this feature, scan the ENTER/EXIT bar code
above, then the bar code at left followed by digits from the
Alphanumeric characters in Appendix D, Keypad representing your desired character(s). End by scanning the
ENTER/EXIT bar code again.
$CLFSU
$CLFPR
Set Global Prefix
To configure this feature, scan the ENTER/EXIT bar code
above, then the bar code at left followed by digits from the
Alphanumeric characters in Appendix D, Keypad representing your desired character(s). End by scanning the
ENTER/EXIT bar code again.
Set Global Suffix
~
Make a mistake? Scan the CANCEL bar code to abort and
not save the entry string. You can then start again at the
beginning.
CANCEL
DEFAULT
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No Global Prefix
Global Suffix = 0x0D(CR)
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Data Format
Enter/Exit Programming Mode
Global AIM ID
This feature enables/disables addition of AIM IDs for all symbology types.
NOTE
AIM label identifiers (as opposed to custom characters you select yourself as
with label identifiers) can be included with scanned bar code data. See "Global
AIM ID" on page 247 for more detailed programming instructions.
$CAIEN00
DEFAULT
Global AIM ID = Disable
$CAIEN01
Global AIM ID = Enable
GS1-128 AIM ID
If Global AIM ID is disabled, the AIM ID for GS1-128 can be enabled/disabled
independently. The AIM ID for GS1-128 is a ]C1, ]C2 or ]C3.
AIM IDs for other symbologies can be enabled/disabled independently as well.
Contact Customer Support for assistance.
$CU8AI00
GS1-128 AIM ID = Disable
$CU8AI01
DEFAULT
GS1-128 AIM ID = Enable
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Enter/Exit Programming Mode
Label ID
Label ID
A Label ID is a customizable code of up to three ASCII characters (each can be
one of hex 0x01-0xFF), used to identify a bar code (symbology) type. It can be
appended previous to or following the transmitted bar code data depending
upon how this option is enabled. This feature provides options for configuring
custom Label IDs as a pre-loaded set (see "Label ID: Pre-loaded Sets" on
page 76) or individually per symbology (see "Label ID: Set Individually Per Symbology" on page 77). If you wish to program the scanner to always include an
industry standard label identifier for ALL symbology types, see the previous
feature "Global AIM ID" on page 75.
Label ID: Pre-loaded Sets
The scanner supports two pre-loaded sets of Label IDs, the USA set and the EU
set. See "Label ID: Pre-loaded Sets" on page 248 for more information concerning the pre-loaded sets that are provided.
CAUTION
When changing from one Label ID set to another, all other scanner
configuration settings, including the host interface type, will be erased
and set to the factory defaults. Any custom configuration or custom
defaults will be lost.
$AE
DEFAULT
Label ID Pre-loaded Set = USA Set
$Ae
Label ID Pre-loaded Set = EU Set
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Data Format
Enter/Exit Programming Mode
Label ID: Set Individually Per Symbology
This feature configures a Label ID individually for a single symbology.
NOTE
This setting requires the scanning of bar codes from multiple
sections. See "Label ID: Set Individually Per Symbology"
on page 250 for more detailed programming instructions.
Label ID Control
This option controls whether a Label ID is disabled, or sent as a prefix or suffix
for a given symbology type.
$CIDCO00
DEFAULT
Label ID Transmission = Disable
$CIDCO01
Label ID Transmission = Enable as Prefix
$CIDCO02
Label ID Transmission = Enable as Suffix
~
Make a mistake? Scan the CANCEL bar code to abort and
not save the entry string. You can then start again at the
beginning.
CANCEL
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Enter/Exit Programming Mode
Label ID
Label ID Symbology Selection
This option selects the symbology for which a Label ID is to be configured. See
"Label ID: Set Individually Per Symbology" on page 250 for full instructions.
$CABID
Set UPC-A Label ID Character(s)
$CA2ID
Set UPC-A/P2 Label ID Character(s)
$CA5ID
Set UPC-A/P5 Label ID Character(s)
$CEBID
Set UPC-E Label ID Character(s)
$CE2ID
Set UPC-E/P2 Label ID Character(s)
$CE5ID
Set UPC-E/P5 Label ID Character(s)
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Data Format
Enter/Exit Programming Mode
Label ID Symbology Selection (continued)
$C3BID
Set EAN 13 Label ID Character(s)
$C32ID
Set EAN 13/P2 Label ID Character(s)
$C35ID
Set EAN 13/P5 Label ID Character(s)
$C8BID
Set EAN 8 Label ID Character(s)
$C82ID
Set EAN 8/P2 Label ID Character(s)
$C85ID
Set EAN 8/P5 Label ID Character(s)
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Enter/Exit Programming Mode
Label ID
Label ID Symbology Selection (continued)
$C4BID
Set GS1 DataBar Omnidirectional Label ID Character(s)
$CXBID
Set GS1 DataBar Expanded Label ID Character(s)
$CLBID
Set GS1 DataBar Limited Label ID Character(s)
$CC3ID
Set Code 39 Label ID Character(s)
$CP3ID
Set Code 32 Label ID Character(s)
$CCCID
Set Code 39 CIP Label ID Character(s)
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Data Format
Enter/Exit Programming Mode
Label ID Symbology Selection (continued)
$CC8ID
Set Code 128 Label ID Character(s)
$CU8ID
Set GS1-128 Label ID Character(s)
$CI2ID
Set Interleaved 2 of 5 Label ID Character(s)
$CHRID
Set Interleaved 2 of 5 CIP HR Label ID Character(s)
$CD2ID
Set Datalogic 2 of 5 CIP HR Label ID Character(s)
$CCBID
Set Codabar Label ID Character(s)
$CACID
Set ABC Codabar Label ID Character(s)
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Enter/Exit Programming Mode
Label ID
Label ID Symbology Selection (continued)
$CC1ID
Set Code 11 Label ID Character(s)
$CS2ID
Set Standard 2 of 5 Label ID Character(s)
$CU2ID
Set Industrial 2 of 5 Label ID Character(s)
$CINID
Set ISSN Label ID Character(s)
$CIAID
Set IATA Label ID Character(s)
$CI8ID
Set Concatenated ISBT 128 Label ID Character(s)
$CMSID
Set MSI Label ID Character(s)
$CC9ID
Set Code 93 Label ID Character(s)
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Data Format
Enter/Exit Programming Mode
Label ID Symbology Selection (continued)
$CF2ID
Set Follett 2 of 5 Label ID Character(s)
$CISID
Set ISBN Label ID Character(s)
$CI8ID
Set Concatenated ISBT Label ID Character(s)
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Enter/Exit Programming Mode
Case Conversion
Case Conversion
This feature allows conversion of the case of all alphabetic characters to upper
or lower case.
Case conversion affects ONLY scanned bar code data, and does not affect
Label ID, Prefix, Suffix, or other appended data.
NOTE
$CLFCA00
DEFAULT
Case Conversion = Disable (no case conversion)
$CLFCA01
Case Conversion = Convert to upper case
$CLFCA02
Case Conversion = Convert to lower case
Character Conversion
Character conversion is an eight byte configuration item. The eight bytes are 4
character pairs represented in hexadecimal ASCII values. The first character in
the pair is the character that will be converted. The second character in the pair
is the character to convert to. If the character to convert in a pair is FF, then no
conversion is done. See "Character Conversion" on page 252 for more detailed
programming instructions.
$CLFCH
Configure Character Conversion
DEFAULT
84
0xFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFF
(No character conversion)
Heron™ HD3430
Reading Parameters
DOUBLE READ TIMEOUT on page 86
ENABLE/DISABLE GOOD READ INDICATOR on
page 102
LED AND SPEAKER INDICATORS on page 88
GOOD READ LED COLOR on page 102
POWER ON ALERT on page 88
SCANNER IDLE LED COLOR on page 104
AUDIO JINGLE ENABLE on page 90
RGB GOOD READ FALLING TIME on page 106
SELECT AUDIO JINGLE FOR POWER-UP
EVENT on page 91
SELECT AUDIO JINGLE FOR GOOD READ
EVENT on page 92
SELECT AUDIO JINGLE FOR ENTER STAND
MODE on page 93
SELECT AUDIO JINGLE FOR EXIT STAND
MODE on page 94
SELECT AUDIO JINGLE FOR TRANSMIT ERROR
SOUND on page 95
RGB GOOD READ HOLDING TIME on page
GOOD READ: WHEN TO INDICATE on page 96
FLASH ON TIME on page 111
GOOD READ BEEP TYPE on page 97
FLASH OFF TIME on page 111
GOOD READ BEEP FREQUENCY on page 97
STAND MODE SENSITIVITY on page 112
GOOD READ SPEAKER VOLUME on page 98
PICK MODE on page 113
107
RGB AUTO DELAY on page 108
SCAN MODE on page 109
SCANNING ACTIVE TIME on page 110
STAND MODE FLASH on page 110
GOOD READ BEEP LENGTH on page 99
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Enter/Exit Programming Mode
Double Read Timeout
Double Read Timeout
To prevent a double read of the same label, the Double Read Timeout sets the
minimum time allowed between reads of labels of the same symbology and
data. If the unit reads a label and sees the same label again within the Double
Read Timeout, the second read of the label will be ignored. Double Read Timeout does not apply to scan modes that require a trigger pull for each label that
is read.
$CSNDR0A
Double Read Timeout = 0.1 Second
$CSNDR14
Double Read Timeout = 0.2 Second
$CSNDR1E
Double Read Timeout = 0.3 Second
$CSNDR28
Double Read Timeout = 0.4 Second
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Reading Parameters
Enter/Exit Programming Mode
Double Read Timeout (continued)
$CSNDR32
Double Read Timeout = 0.5 Second
$CSNDR3C
DEFAULT
Double Read Timeout = 0.6 Second
$CSNDR46
Double Read Timeout = 0.7 Second
$CSNDR50
Double Read Timeout = 0.8 Second
$CSNDR5A
Double Read Timeout = 0.9 Second
$CSNDR64
Double Read Timeout = 1 Second
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Enter/Exit Programming Mode
LED and Speaker Indicators
LED and Speaker Indicators
Power On Alert
Disables or enables the indication (from the Speaker) that the scanner is receiving power.
$CBPPU00
Power On Alert = Disable (No Audible Indication)
$CBPPU01
DEFAULT
Power On Alert = Power-up Beep
Audio Jingles
The scanner can be set up to sound a predefined “Jingle” (a short, user-defined
tune uploaded via Datalogic Aladdin™ configuration software) or traditional
beep sounds to indicate good read and power-up events.
To upload a jingle in Aladdin:
1. Install Datalogic Aladdin™ (v 1.8.0.0.0 or later) on your computer.
2. Connect the scanner you want to program to the computer.
3. Use Device Autodetection to allow Aladdin to search for your reader, or
click on Offline Configuration to select the file for your device.
4. After the Configuration screen opens, click on the music icon in the menu
bar in the upper right-hand part of the screen:
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Enter/Exit Programming Mode
You will be prompted to specify a sound file to upload. The supported format of
audio files is WAV uncompressed PCM. Best quality is obtained using stereo
audio files with 16 bit encoding.
Up to 15 jingles can be uploaded and programmed.
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Audio Jingles
Audio Jingle Enable
This option determines whether the scanner will sound predefined “Jingles” (a
short, user-defined tune uploaded via Datalogic Aladdin™ configuration software) or traditional beep sounds to indicate good read.
See below for parameters to define which preloaded Jingle to sound upon
power-up or good read events. Additional items such as enter stand mode, exit
stand mode, and error beep can also be programmed using Datalogic Aladdin.
$CAUEN00
DEFAULT
Audio Jingle = Disable (Use traditional beep sounds)
$CAUEN01
Audio Jingle = Enable Jingles
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Enter/Exit Programming Mode
Select Audio Jingle for Power-up Event
Selects which preloaded Jingle to use to indicate scanner power-up.
Audio Jingles must be enabled (using the previous option) for this selection to take effect.
NOTE
After uploading up to fifteen (15) Jingles to the scanner using the Datalogic
Aladdin™ configuration utility, use this setting to specify which of the Jingles
(1-15) or the built-in sound will be used to indicate scanner power-up. The
built-in (default) sound for power-up is Dialtone.wav.
$CAUPW
Select Audio Jingle on Power-up
To configure this feature, scan the ENTER/EXIT bar code
above, then the bar code at left followed by two digits
from the Alphanumeric characters in Appendix D,
Keypad representing the desired Jingle #. End by scanning the ENTER/EXIT bar code again.
~
Make a mistake? Scan the CANCEL bar code to abort and
not save the entry string. You can then start again at the
beginning.
CANCEL
DEFAULT
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00 = Use built-in power-up sound
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Enter/Exit Programming Mode
Audio Jingles
Select Audio Jingle for Good Read Event
This parameter selects which preloaded Jingle to use in indicating a good read
event.
"Audio Jingle Enable" on page 90 must be selected for this configuration
item to take effect.
NOTE
After uploading up to fifteen (15) Jingles to the scanner using the Datalogic
Aladdin™ configuration utility, use this setting to designate which of the Jingles
(1-15) will be sounded when the scanner performs a good read.
$CAUGR
To configure this feature, scan the ENTER/EXIT bar code
above, then the bar code at left followed by two digits
from the Alphanumeric characters in Appendix D,
Keypad representing the desired Jingle #. End by scanning the ENTER/EXIT bar code again.
Select Audio Jingle on Good Read
~
Make a mistake? Scan the CANCEL bar code to abort and
not save the entry string. You can then start again at the
beginning.
CANCEL
DEFAULT
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00 = Use built-in Good Read Jingle (Shutter.wav)
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Reading Parameters
Enter/Exit Programming Mode
Select Audio Jingle for Enter Stand Mode
This parameter selects which preloaded Jingle to use in indicating an Enter
Stand Mode event.
"Audio Jingle Enable" on page 90 must be selected for this configuration
item to take effect.
NOTE
After uploading up to fifteen (15) Jingles to the scanner using the Datalogic
Aladdin™ configuration utility, use this setting to designate which of the Jingles
(1-15) will be sounded when the scanner enters Stand Mode.
$CAUEM
To configure this feature, scan the ENTER/EXIT bar code
above, then the bar code at left followed by two digits
from the Alphanumeric characters in Appendix D,
Keypad representing the desired Jingle #. End by scanning the ENTER/EXIT bar code again.
Select Audio Jingle on Enter Stand Mode
~
Make a mistake? Scan the CANCEL bar code to abort and
not save the entry string. You can then start again at the
beginning.
CANCEL
DEFAULT
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00 = Use built-in Enter Stand Mode indication
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Enter/Exit Programming Mode
Audio Jingles
Select Audio Jingle for Exit Stand Mode
This parameter selects which preloaded Jingle to use in indicating an Exit Stand
Mode event.
"Audio Jingle Enable" on page 90 must be selected for this configuration
item to take effect.
NOTE
After uploading up to fifteen (15) Jingles to the scanner using the Datalogic
Aladdin™ configuration utility, use this setting to designate which of the Jingles
(1-15) will be sounded when the scanner exits Stand Mode.
$CAUXM
To configure this feature, scan the ENTER/EXIT bar code
above, then the bar code at left followed by two digits
from the Alphanumeric characters in Appendix D,
Keypad representing the desired Jingle #. End by scanning the ENTER/EXIT bar code again.
Select Audio Jingle on Exit Stand Mode
~
Make a mistake? Scan the CANCEL bar code to abort and
not save the entry string. You can then start again at the
beginning.
CANCEL
DEFAULT
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00 = Use built-in Exit Stand Mode indication
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Reading Parameters
Enter/Exit Programming Mode
Select Audio Jingle for Transmit Error Sound
This parameter selects which preloaded Jingle to use to indicate a Transmit
Error sound.
"Audio Jingle Enable" on page 90 must be selected for this configuration
item to take effect.
NOTE
After uploading up to fifteen (15) Jingles to the scanner using the Datalogic
Aladdin™ configuration utility, use this setting to designate which of the Jingles
(1-15) will be sounded when the scanner performs a good read.
$CAUAL
To configure this feature, scan the ENTER/EXIT bar code
above, then the bar code at left followed by two digits
from the Alphanumeric characters in Appendix D,
Keypad representing the desired Jingle #. End by scanning the ENTER/EXIT bar code again.
Select Audio Jingle on Tx Error event
~
Make a mistake? Scan the CANCEL bar code to abort and
not save the entry string. You can then start again at the
beginning.
CANCEL
DEFAULT
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00 = Use built-in Transmit Error Sound indication
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Enter/Exit Programming Mode
Audio Jingles
Good Read: When to Indicate
This feature specifies when the scanner will provide indication (beep or Jingle
and/or LED) upon successfully reading a bar code. Choices are:
• Good Read = Indicate after decode
• Good Read = Indicate after transmit
• Good Read = Indicate after CTS goes inactive, then active
This option, which uses CTS, is only valid for RS-232 interfaces.
NOTE
$CBPIN00
DEFAULT
Indicate Good Read = After Decode
$CBPIN01
Indicate Good Read = After Transmit
$CBPIN02
Indicate Good Read = After CTS Goes Inactive, Then Active
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Good Read Beep Type
Specifies whether the good read beep has a mono or bitonal beep sound.
$CBPTY00
DEFAULT
Good Read Beep Type = Mono
$CBPTY01
Good Read Beep Type = Bitonal
Good Read Beep Frequency
Adjusts the good read beep to sound at a selectable low, medium or high frequency, selectable from the list below. (Controls the speaker’s pitch/tone.)
$CBPFR00
Good Read Beep Frequency = Low
$CBPFR01
Good Read Beep Frequency = Medium
$CBPFR02
DEFAULT
Good Read Beep Frequency = High
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Enter/Exit Programming Mode
Audio Jingles
Good Read Speaker Volume
Selects the speaker volume (loudness) upon a good read Jingle or beep. There
are three selectable volume levels.
$CBPVO00
Good Read Speaker Volume = Speaker Off
$CBPVO01
Good Read Speaker Volume = Low
$CBPVO02
Good Read Speaker Volume = Medium
$CBPVO03
DEFAULT
Good Read Speaker Volume = High
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Good Read Beep Length
Specifies the duration of a good read beep.
$CBPLE06
Good Read Beep Length = 60 msec
$CBPLE08
DEFAULT
Good Read Beep Length = 80 msec
$CBPLE0A
Good Read Beep Length = 100 msec
$CBPLE0C
Good Read Beep Length = 120 msec
$CBPLE0E
Good Read Beep Length = 140 msec
$CBPLE10
Good Read Beep Length = 160 msec
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Enter/Exit Programming Mode
Audio Jingles
Good Read Beep Length (continued)
$CBPLE12
Good Read Beep Length = 180 msec
$CBPLE14
Good Read Beep Length = 200 msec
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Enter/Exit Programming Mode
RGB LED Settings
The following configuration items specify settings for the RGB (Red Green Blue)
LEDs, which are used to indicate Good Read and Body Illumination when Scanner is in Idle mode.
To set the RGB LEDs to a desired color and brightness:
1. Install Datalogic Aladdin™ (v 1.12.0.0.0 or later) on your computer.
2. Connect the scanner you want to program to the computer.
3. Select Device Autodetection > Search on Connection and follow instructions to set up communication with the scanner.
4. After the Configuration screen opens, click on RGB Led Settings in the
Reading Parameters folder (Expert Mode) to open RGB dialog.
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Enter/Exit Programming Mode
RGB LED Settings
Enable/Disable Good Read Indicator
Enable/Disable the good read indicator.
$CRGBE00
Good Read Indicator = Disable
$CRGBE01
DEFAULT
Good Read Indicator = Enable
Good Read LED Color
Specifies the color of the RGB Good Read LED.
$CRBCL00
Good Read LED Color = Red
$CRBCL01
DEFAULT
Good Read LED Color = Green
$CRBCL02
Good Read LED Color = Blue
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Enter/Exit Programming Mode
Enable/Disable Body Illumination
Enable/Disable the Body Illumination when Scanner is in Idle mode.
$CRGBE00
Body Illumination = Disable
$CRGBE01
DEFAULT
Good Read Indicator = Enable
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Enter/Exit Programming Mode
RGB LED Settings
Scanner Idle LED Color
Specifies the color of the Idle LED.
$CRBCL00
DEFAULT
Color = Solid Blue
$CRBCL01
Color = Solid Yellow
$CRBCL02
Color = Solid Red
$CRBCL01
Color = Solid Purple
$CRBCL02
Color = Solid Green*
$CRBCL01
Color = Random Colors
* In this case a different Color should be chosen for the Good Read LED.
To define complex patterns, please use Aladdin to set up.
NOTE
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RGB Good Read Raising Time
Specifies the time it will take for the RGB good read to change the status from
an Off state to Brightness state.
See "RGB Good Read Raising/Falling Time" on page 253 for more detailed programming instructions.
$CRBRT
To configure this feature, scan the ENTER/EXIT bar code
above, then the bar code at left followed by two digits
from the Alphanumeric characters in Appendix D,
Keypad representing your desired character(s). End by
scanning the ENTER/EXIT bar code again.
Set RGB Good Read Raising Time
~
Make a mistake? Scan the CANCEL bar code to abort and
not save the entry string. You can then start again at the
beginning.
CANCEL
DEFAULT
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00 = No time
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Enter/Exit Programming Mode
RGB LED Settings
RGB Good Read Falling Time
Specifies the time for the RGB good read to change the status from the Brightness state to the Off state.
See "RGB Good Read Raising/Falling Time" on page 253 for more detailed programming instructions.
$CRBFT
To configure this feature, scan the ENTER/EXIT bar code
above, then the bar code at left followed by digits from
the Alphanumeric characters in Appendix D, Keypad
representing your desired character(s). End by scanning
the ENTER/EXIT bar code again.
Set RGB Good Read Falling Time
~
Make a mistake? Scan the CANCEL bar code to abort and
not save the entry string. You can then start again at the
beginning.
CANCEL
DEFAULT
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14 = 2 seconds Falling Time
Heron™ HD3430
Reading Parameters
Enter/Exit Programming Mode
RGB Good Read Holding Time
Specifies how long the RGB good read will stay in Brightness state. See "RGB
Good Read Holding Time" on page 254 for more information.
$CRBHT
To configure this feature, scan the ENTER/EXIT bar code
above, then the bar code at left followed by digits from
the Alphanumeric characters in Appendix D, Keypad
representing your desired character(s). End by scanning
the ENTER/EXIT bar code again.
Set RGB Good Read Holding Time
~
Make a mistake? Scan the CANCEL bar code to abort and
not save the entry string. You can then start again at the
beginning.
CANCEL
DEFAULT
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020 = 2 seconds Holding Time
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Enter/Exit Programming Mode
RGB LED Settings
RGB Auto Delay
Specifies the delay time for running the RGB auto mode after the scanner has
gone into an idle state (no label reading, label programming or communication
with Host). The value 0x00 means Auto Mode is disabled. See "RGB Auto Delay
Time" on page 255 for more information.
$CRBID
To configure this feature, scan the ENTER/EXIT bar code
above, then the bar code at left followed by digits from
the Alphanumeric characters in Appendix D, Keypad
representing your desired character(s). End by scanning
the ENTER/EXIT bar code again.
Set RGB Auto Delay
~
Make a mistake? Scan the CANCEL bar code to abort and
not save the entry string. You can then start again at the
beginning.
CANCEL
DEFAULT
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04 = 2 seconds Auto Delay
Heron™ HD3430
Reading Parameters
Enter/Exit Programming Mode
Scanning Features
Scan Mode
See "Scan Mode" on page 256 for more detailed programming instructions.
$CSNRM00
DEFAULT
Scan Mode = Trigger Single
$CSNRM01
Scan Mode = Trigger Hold Multiple
$CSNRM02
Scan Mode = Trigger Pulse Multiple
$CSNRM03
Scan Mode = Flashing
$CSNRM04
Scan Mode = Always On
$CSNRM05
Scan Mode = Stand Mode
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Enter/Exit Programming Mode
Scanning Features
Scanning Active Time
This setting specifies the amount of time that the reader stays in scan ON state
once the state is entered. The range for this setting is from 1 to 255 seconds in
1-second increments. See "Scanning Active Time" on page 257 for more detailed
programming instructions.
$CSNET
To configure this feature, scan the ENTER/EXIT bar code
above, then the bar code at left followed by digits from
the Alphanumeric characters in Appendix D, Keypad
representing your desired character(s). End by scanning
the ENTER/EXIT bar code again.
Select Scanning Active Time Setting
~
Make a mistake? Scan the CANCEL bar code to abort and
not save the entry string. You can then start again at the
beginning.
CANCEL
DEFAULT
005 = Scanning is active for 5 Seconds
Stand Mode Flash
Enables/disables the LED flash when the reader is in Stand Mode.
$CSMFL00
DEFAULT
Stand Mode Flash = Disable
$CSMFL01
Stand Mode Flash = Enable
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Flash On Time
This feature specifies the ON time for the indicator LED while in Flash Mode.
The selectable range is 100 to 9,900 milliseconds (0.1 to 9.9 seconds), in 100
millisecond increments. See "Flash On Time" on page 258 for more detailed programming instructions.
$CSNFN
To configure this feature, scan the ENTER/EXIT bar code
above, then the bar code at left followed by digits from
the Alphanumeric characters in Appendix D, Keypad
representing your desired character(s). End by scanning
the ENTER/EXIT bar code again.
Select Flash ON Time Setting
~
Make a mistake? Scan the CANCEL bar code to abort and
not save the entry string. You can then start again at the
beginning.
CANCEL
DEFAULT
10 = Flash is ON for 1 Second
Flash Off Time
This feature specifies the OFF time for the indicator LED while in Flash Mode.
The selectable range is 100 to 9,900 milliseconds (0.1 to 9.9 seconds), in 100
millisecond increments. See "Flash Off Time" on page 259 for more detailed programming instructions.
$CSNFF
Select Flash OFF Time Setting
To configure this feature, scan the ENTER/EXIT bar code
above, then the bar code at left followed by digits from
the Alphanumeric characters in Appendix D, Keypad
representing your desired character(s). End by scanning
the ENTER/EXIT bar code again.
~
Make a mistake? Scan the CANCEL bar code to abort and
not save the entry string. You can then start again at the
beginning.
CANCEL
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Reading Parameters
DEFAULT
06 = Flash is OFF for 600ms
Stand Mode Sensitivity
Sets the sensitivity level for stand mode wakeup. Choices are low, medium and
high.
$CSMSE00
Stand Mode Sensitivity = Low
$CSMSE01
DEFAULT
Stand Mode Sensitivity = Medium
$CSMSE02
Stand Mode Sensitivity = High
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Scanning Features
Pick Mode
Specifies the ability of the reader to decode labels only when they are close to
the center of the aiming pattern. This allows the reader to accurately target
labels when they are placed close together, such as on a pick sheet.
This feature is not compatible with Multiple Labels Reading in a Volume.
NOTE
$CSNPM00(CR)
DEFAULT
Pick Mode = Disable
$CSNPM01(CR)
Pick Mode = Enable
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Reading Parameters
NOTES
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1D Symbologies
Introduction
The scanner supports the following 1D symbologies (bar code types). Symbology-dependent options for each symbology are included in this chapter. See
"2D Symbologies" starting on page 201 for configuration of 2D bar codes.
UPC-A on page 115
Interleaved 2 of 5 (I 2 of 5) on page 150
UPC-E on page 117
Interleaved 2 of 5 CIP HR on page 156
EAN 13 on page 120
Datalogic 2 of 5 on page 157
EAN 13 on page 120 (JAN 13)
Codabar on page 161
EAN 8 on page 123 (JAN 8)
ABC Codabar on page 168
Add-Ons on page 126
Code 11 on page 170
GS1
DataBar™
Omnidirectional on page 128 Standard 2 of 5 on page 174
GS1 DataBar™ Expanded on page 129
Industrial 2 of 5 on page 178
GS1 DataBar™ Limited on page 132
IATA on page 182
Code 39 on page 133
ISBT 128 on page 183
Code 32 (Italian Pharmaceutical) on page
141
MSI on page 186
Code 39 CIP (French Pharmaceutical) on
page 142
Code 93 on page 190
Code 128 on page 143
Follett 2 of 5 on page 196
GS1-128 on page 149
BC412 on page 196
Standard Factory Settings for Symbologies
Default settings are indicated at each feature/option with a green arrow. Also
reference Appendix B, for a listing of the most widely used set of standard factory settings. That section also provides space to record any custom settings
needed or implemented for your system.
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Enter/Exit Programming Mode
Disable All Symbologies
Disable All Symbologies
Scan this label to disable all symbologies.
$AD
Disable all symbologies
Coupon Control
This feature is used to control the method of processing coupon labels.
Options are:
• Allow all — allow all coupon bar codes to be decoded
• Enable only UPC/EAN — enables only UPC/EAN coupon decoding
• Enable only GS1 DataBar — enables only GS1 DataBar coupon decoding
To set this feature:
1. Scan the Enter/Exit bar code.
2. Scan either the enable or disable bar code below. You’ll need to cover any
unused bar codes on this and the facing page to ensure that the scanner
sees only the bar code you intend to scan.
3. Complete the programming sequence by scanning the Enter/Exit bar code.
$CCPCL00
Coupon Control = Allow all
$CCPCL01
DEFAULT
Coupon Control = Enable only UPC/EAN
$CCPCL02
Coupon Control = Enable only GS1 DataBar
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Enter/Exit Programming Mode
UPC-A
The following options apply to the UPC-A symbology.
UPC-A Enable/Disable
When disabled, the scanner will not read UPC-A bar codes.
$CABEN00
UPC-A = Disable
$CABEN01
DEFAULT
UPC-A = Enable
UPC-A Check Character Transmission
Enable this option to transmit the check character along with UPC-A bar code
data.
$CABCT00
UPC-A Check Character Transmission = Don’t Send
$CABCT01
DEFAULT
UPC-A Check Character Transmission = Send
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Enter/Exit Programming Mode
UPC-A
Expand UPC-A to EAN-13
Expands UPC-A data to the EAN-13 data format. Selecting this feature also
changes the symbology ID to match those required for EAN-13.
$CAB3B00
DEFAULT
UPC-A to EAN-13 = Don’t Expand
$CAB3B01
UPC-A to EAN-13 = Expand
UPC-A Number System Character Transmission
This feature enables/disables transmission of the UPC-A number system character.
$CABNS00
UPC-A Number System Character = Do not transmit
$CABNS01
DEFAULT
UPC-A Number System Character = Transmit
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Enter/Exit Programming Mode
UPC-E
The following options apply to the UPC-E symbology.
UPC-E Enable/Disable
When disabled, the scanner will not read UPC-E bar codes.
$CEBEN00
UPC-E = Disable
$CEBEN01
DEFAULT
UPC-E = Enable
UPC-E Check Character Transmission
Enable this option to transmit the check character along with UPC-E bar code
data.
$CEBCT00
UPC-E Check Character Transmission = Don’t Send
$CEBCT01
DEFAULT
UPC-E Check Character Transmission = Send
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Enter/Exit Programming Mode
UPC-E
Expand UPC-E to EAN-13
Expands UPC-E data to the EAN-13 data format. Selecting this feature also
changes the symbology ID to match those required for EAN-13.
$CEB3B00
DEFAULT
UPC-E to EAN-13 = Don’t Expand
$CEB3B01
UPC-E to EAN-13 = Expand
Expand UPC-E to UPC-A
Expands UPC-E data to the UPC-A data format.
$CEBAB00
DEFAULT
UPC-E to UPC-A = Don’t Expand
$CEBAB01
UPC-E to UPC-A = Expand
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Enter/Exit Programming Mode
UPC-E Number System Character Transmission
This feature enables/disables transmission of the UPC-E system number character.
$CEBNS00
UPC-E Number System Character = Do not transmit
$CEBNS01
DEFAULT
UPC-E Number System Character = Transmit
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Enter/Exit Programming Mode
EAN 13
EAN 13
The following options apply to the EAN 13 (Jan 13) symbology.
EAN 13 Enable/Disable
When disabled, the scanner will not read EAN 13/JAN 13 bar codes.
$C3BEN00
EAN 13 = Disable
$C3BEN01
DEFAULT
EAN 13 = Enable
EAN 13 Check Character Transmission
Enable this option to transmit the check character along with EAN 13 bar code
data.
$C3BCT00
EAN 13 Check Character Transmission = Don’t Send
$C3BCT01
DEFAULT
EAN 13 Check Character Transmission = Send
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Enter/Exit Programming Mode
EAN-13 Flag 1 Character
Enables/disables transmission of an EAN/JAN13 Flag1 character. The Flag 1
character is the first character of the label.
$C3BF100
EAN-13 Flag 1 Char= Don’t transmit
$C3BF101
DEFAULT
EAN-13 Flag 1 Char= Transmit
EAN-13 ISBN Conversion
This option enables/disables conversion of EAN 13/JAN 13 Bookland labels
starting with 978 to ISBN labels.
$C3BIS00
DEFAULT
EAN-13 ISBN Conversion = Disable
$C3BIS01
EAN-13 ISBN Conversion = Convert to ISBN
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Enter/Exit Programming Mode
EAN 13
ISSN Enable/Disable
Enables/disables conversion of EAN/JAN13 Bookland labels starting with 977 to
ISSN labels.
$C3BIN00
DEFAULT
ISSN = Disable
$C3BIN01
ISSN = Enable
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Enter/Exit Programming Mode
EAN 8
The following options apply to the EAN 8 (Jan 8) symbology.
EAN 8 Enable/Disable
When disabled, the scanner will not read EAN 8/JAN 8 bar codes.
$C8BEN00
EAN 8 = Disable
$C8BEN01
DEFAULT
EAN 8 = Enable
EAN 8 Check Character Transmission
Enable this option to transmit the check character along with EAN 8 bar code
data.
$C8BCT00
EAN 8 Check Character Transmission = Don’t Send
$C8BCT01
DEFAULT
EAN 8 Check Character Transmission = Send
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Enter/Exit Programming Mode
EAN 8
Expand EAN 8 to EAN 13
Enable this option to expand EAN 8/JAN 8 labels to EAN 13/JAN 13.
$C8B3B00
DEFAULT
Expand EAN 8 to EAN 13 = Disable
$C8B3B01
Expand EAN 8 to EAN 13 = Enable
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1D Symbologies
Enter/Exit Programming Mode
UPC/EAN Global Settings
This section provides configuration settings for UPC-A, UPC-E, EAN 13 and EAN
8 symbologies, and affects all of these unless otherwise marked for each feature description.
UPC/EAN Price Weight Check
This feature enables/disables calculation and verification of price/weight check
digits.
Options are
• Disabled
• Enable 4-digit price-weight check-digit calculation
• Enable 5-digit price-weight check-digit calculation
• Enable European 4-digit price-weight check-digit calculation
• Enable European 5-digit price-weight check-digit calculation
DEFAULT
$Price Weight Check = Disabled
$Price Weight Check = 4-digit price-weight check
$Price Weight Check = 5-digit price-weight check
$Price Weight Check = European 4-digit price-weight check
$Price Weight Check = European 5-digit price-weight check
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Enter/Exit Programming Mode
Add-Ons
Add-Ons
The following features apply to optional add-ons.
Contact Customer Support for advanced programming of
optional and conditional add-ons.
NOTE
Optional Add-ons
The scanner can be enabled to optionally read the following add-ons (supplementals):
• P2
• P5
NOTE
If a UPC/EAN base label and a an add-on are both decoded, the
scanner will transmit the base label and add-on. If a UPC/EAN
base label is decoded without an add-on, the base label will be
transmitted without an add-on.
Conditional add-on settings (if enabled) are considered by the
scanner before optional add-on settings.
$CADO200
DEFAULT
Optional Add-Ons = Disable P2
$CADO201
Optional Add-Ons = Enable P2
$CADO500
DEFAULT
Optional Add-Ons = Disable P5
$CADO501
Optional Add-Ons = Enable P5
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Enter/Exit Programming Mode
Optional Add-On Timer
This option sets the time the scanner will look for an add-on when an add-on
fragment has been seen and optional add-ons are enabled.
$CADOT01
Optional Add-on Timer = 10ms
$CADOT02
Optional Add-on Timer = 20ms
$CADOT03
Optional Add-on Timer = 30ms
$CADOT05
Optional Add-on Timer = 50ms
$CADOT07
DEFAULT
Optional Add-on Timer = 70ms
$CADOT0A
Optional Add-on Timer = 100ms
$CADOT10
Optional Add-on Timer = 160ms
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GS1 DataBar™ Omnidirectional
Enter/Exit Programming Mode
GS1 DataBar™ Omnidirectional
The following options apply to the GS1 DataBar Omnidirectional (formerly RSS14) symbology.
GS1 DataBar Omnidirectional Enable/Disable
When disabled, the scanner will not read GS1 DataBar Omnidirectional bar
codes.
$C4BEN00
DEFAULT
GS1 DataBar Omnidirectional = Disable
$C4BEN01
GS1 DataBar Omnidirectional = Enable
GS1 DataBar Omnidirectional GS1-128 Emulation
When enabled, GS1 DataBar Omnidirectional bar codes will be translated to the
GS1-128 label data format.
$C4BU800
DEFAULT
GS1 DataBar Omnidirectional GS1-128 Emulation =
Disable
$C4BU801
GS1 DataBar Omnidirectional GS1-128 Emulation = Enable
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Enter/Exit Programming Mode
GS1 DataBar™ Expanded
The following options apply to the GS1 DataBar Expanded (formerly RSS
Expanded) symbology.
GS1 DataBar Expanded Enable/Disable
When disabled, the scanner will not read GS1 DataBar Expanded bar codes.
$CXBEN00
DEFAULT
GS1 DataBar Expanded = Disable
$CXBEN01
GS1 DataBar Expanded = Enable
GS1 DataBar Expanded GS1-128 Emulation
When enabled, GS1 DataBar Expanded bar codes will be translated to the GS1128 label data format.
$CXBU800
DEFAULT
GS1 DataBar Expanded GS1-128 Emulation = Disable
$CXBU801
GS1 DataBar Expanded GS1-128 Emulation = Enable
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Enter/Exit Programming Mode
GS1 DataBar™ Expanded
GS1 DataBar Expanded Length Control
This feature specifies either variable length decoding or fixed length decoding
for the GS1 DataBar Expanded symbology.
Variable Length: For variable-length decoding, a minimum length may be set.
Fixed Length: For fixed-length decoding, two different lengths may be set.
$CXBLC00
DEFAULT
GS1 DataBar Expanded Length Control = Variable Length
$CXBLC01
GS1 DataBar Expanded Length Control = Fixed Length
GS1 DataBar Expanded Set Length 1
This feature specifies one of the bar code lengths for GS1 DataBar Expanded
Length Control on page 130. Length 1 is the minimum label length if in Variable
Length on page 130 Mode, or the first fixed length if in Fixed Length on page
130 Mode. Length includes the bar code’s data characters only.
The length can be set from 1 to 74 characters. See "Set Length 1" on page 260
for more detailed programming instructions.
$CXBL1
Select GS1 DataBar Expanded Set Length 1 Setting
To configure this feature, scan the ENTER/EXIT bar code
above, then the bar code at left followed by digits from
the Alphanumeric characters in Appendix D, Keypad representing your desired character(s). End by
scanning the ENTER/EXIT bar code again.
~
Make a mistake? Scan the CANCEL bar code to abort and
not save the entry string. You can then start again at the
beginning.
CANCEL
DEFAULT
130
01 = Length 1 is 1 Character
Heron™ HD3430
1D Symbologies
Enter/Exit Programming Mode
GS1 DataBar Expanded Set Length 2
This feature specifies one of the bar code lengths for GS1 DataBar Expanded
Length Control on page 130. Length 2 is the maximum label length if in Variable Length on page 130 Mode, or the second fixed length if in Fixed Length on
page 130 Mode. Length includes the bar code’s data characters only.
The length can be set from 1 to 74 characters. A setting of 00 specifies to
ignore this length (only one fixed length). See "Set Length 2" on page 262 for
more detailed programming instructions.
$CXBL2
Select GS1 DataBar Expanded Set Length 2 Setting
To configure this feature, scan the ENTER/EXIT bar code
above, then the bar code at left followed by digits from
the Alphanumeric characters in Appendix D, Keypad representing your desired character(s). End by
scanning the ENTER/EXIT bar code again.
~
Make a mistake? Scan the CANCEL bar code to abort and
not save the entry string. You can then start again at the
beginning.
CANCEL
DEFAULT
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74 = Length 2 is 74 Characters
131
Enter/Exit Programming Mode
GS1 DataBar™ Limited
GS1 DataBar™ Limited
The following options apply to the GS1 DataBar Limited (formerly RSS Limited)
symbology.
GS1 DataBar Limited Enable/Disable
When disabled, the scanner will not read GS1 DataBar Limited bar codes.
$CLBEN00
DEFAULT
GS1 DataBar Limited = Disable
$CLBEN01
GS1 DataBar Limited = Enable
GS1 DataBar Limited GS1-128 Emulation
When enabled, GS1 DataBar Limited bar codes will be translated to the GS1-128
label data format.
$CLBU800
DEFAULT
GS1 DataBar Limited GS1-128 Emulation = Disable
$CLBU801
GS1 DataBar Limited GS1-128 Emulation = Enable
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Enter/Exit Programming Mode
Code 39
The following options apply to the Code 39 symbology.
Code 39 Enable/Disable
When disabled, the scanner will not read Code 39 bar codes.
$CC3EN00
Code 39 = Disable
$CC3EN01
DEFAULT
Code 39 = Enable
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Enter/Exit Programming Mode
Code 39
Code 39 Check Character Calculation
Enable this option to enable/disable calculation and verification of an optional
Code 39 check character. When disabled, any check character in the label is
treated as a data character.
$CC3CC00
DEFAULT
Code 39 Check Character Calculation = Don’t Calculate
$CC3CC01
Code 39 Check Character Calculation = Calculate Std Check
$CC3CC02
Code 39 Check Character Calculation = Calculate Mod 7
Check
$CC3CC04
Code 39 Check Character Calculation = Enable Italian Post
Check
$CC3CC08
Code 39 Check Character Calculation = Enable Daimler
Chrysler Check
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Enter/Exit Programming Mode
Code 39 Check Character Transmission
Enable this option to transmit the check character along with Code 39 bar code
data.
$CC3CT00
Code 39 Check Character Transmission = Don’t Send
$CC3CT01
DEFAULT
Code 39 Check Character Transmission = Send
Code 39 Start/Stop Character Transmission
Enable this option to enable/disable transmission of Code 39 start and stop
characters.
$CC3SS00
DEFAULT
Code 39 Start/Stop Character Transmission = Don’t Transmit
$CC3SS01
Code 39 Start/Stop Character Transmission = Transmit
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Enter/Exit Programming Mode
Code 39
Code 39 Full ASCII
In Code 39 decoding, this enables/disables the translation of Code 39 characters to Code 39 full-ASCII characters.
$CC3FA00
DEFAULT
Code 39 Full ASCII = Disable
$CC3FA01
Code 39 Full ASCII = Enable
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Enter/Exit Programming Mode
Code 39 Quiet Zones
This feature specifies the number of quiet zones for Code 39 labels. Quiet
zones are blank areas at the ends of a bar code and are typically 10 times the
width of the narrowest bar or space in the label.
$CC3LO01
Code 39 Quiet Zones = Quiet Zone on one side
$CC3LO02
Code 39 Quiet Zones = Quiet Zones on two sides
$CC3LO03
DEFAULT
Code 39 Quiet Zones = Auto
$CC3LO04
Code 39 Quiet Zones = Virtual Quiet Zones on two sides
$CC3LO05
Code 39 Quiet Zones = Small Quiet Zones on two sides
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Enter/Exit Programming Mode
Code 39
Code 39 Length Control
This feature specifies either variable length decoding or fixed length decoding
for the Code 39 symbology.
Variable Length: For variable length decoding, a minimum and maximum length
may be set.
Fixed Length: For fixed length decoding, two different lengths may be set.
$CC3LC00
DEFAULT
Code 39 Length Control = Variable Length
$CC3LC01
Code 39 Length Control = Fixed Length
138
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Enter/Exit Programming Mode
Code 39 Set Length 1
This feature specifies one of the bar code lengths for Code 39 Length Control
on page 138. Length 1 is the minimum label length if in Variable Length on
page 138 Mode, or the first fixed length if in Fixed Length on page 138 Mode.
Length includes the bar code’s check, data, and full-ASCII shift characters. The
length does not include start/stop characters.
The length can be set from 0 to 50 characters. See "Set Length 1" on page 260
for more detailed programming instructions.
$CC3L1
To configure this feature, scan the ENTER/EXIT bar code
above, then the bar code at left followed by digits from
the Alphanumeric characters in Appendix D, Keypad representing your desired character(s). End by
scanning the ENTER/EXIT bar code again.
Select Code 39 Set Length 1 Setting
~
Make a mistake? Scan the CANCEL bar code to abort and
not save the entry string. You can then start again at the
beginning.
CANCEL
DEFAULT
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02 = Length 1 is 2 Characters
139
Enter/Exit Programming Mode
Code 39
Code 39 Set Length 2
This feature specifies one of the bar code lengths for Code 39 Length Control
on page 138. Length 2 is the maximum label length if in Variable Length on
page 138 Mode, or the second fixed length if in Fixed Length on page 138
Mode. Length includes the bar code’s check, data, and full-ASCII shift characters. The length does not include start/stop characters.
The length can be set from 1 to 50 characters. A setting of 00 specifies to
ignore this length (only one fixed length). See "Set Length 2" on page 262 for
more detailed programming instructions.
$CC3L2
To configure this feature, scan the ENTER/EXIT bar code
above, then the bar code at left followed by digits from
the Alphanumeric characters in Appendix D, Keypad representing your desired character(s). End by
scanning the ENTER/EXIT bar code again.
Select Code 39 Length 2 Setting
~
Make a mistake? Scan the CANCEL bar code to abort and
not save the entry string. You can then start again at the
beginning.
CANCEL
DEFAULT
140
50 = Length 2 is 50 Characters
Heron™ HD3430
1D Symbologies
Enter/Exit Programming Mode
Code 32 (Italian Pharmaceutical)
The following options apply to the Code 32 symbology.
Code 32 Enable/Disable
When disabled, the scanner will not read Code 32 bar codes.
$CP3EN00
DEFAULT
Code 32 = Disable
$CP3EN01
Code 32 = Enable
Code 32 Feature Setting Exceptions
The following features are set for Code 32 by using these Code 39 settings:
NOTE
"Code 39 Quiet Zones" on page 137
"Code 39 Length Control" on page 138
Code 32 Check Character Transmission
Enable this option to transmit the check character along with Code 32 bar code
data.
$CP3CT00
DEFAULT
Code 32 Check Character Transmission = Don’t Send
$CP3CT01
Code 32 Check Character Transmission = Send
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Enter/Exit Programming Mode
Code 39 CIP (French Pharmaceutical)
Code 32 Start/Stop Character Transmission
This option enables/disable transmission of Code 32 start and stop characters.
$CP3SS00
DEFAULT
Code 32 Start/Stop Character Transmission = Don’t Transmit
$CP3SS01
Code 32 Start/Stop Character Transmission = Transmit
Code 39 CIP (French Pharmaceutical)
The following options apply to the Code 39 CIP symbology.
Code 39 CIP Enable/Disable
Enables/Disables ability of the scanner to decode Code 39 CIP labels.
$CCCEN00
DEFAULT
Code 39 CIP = Disable
$CCCEN01
Code 39 CIP = Enable
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Enter/Exit Programming Mode
Code 128
The following options apply to the Code 128 symbology.
Code 128 Enable/Disable
When disabled, the scanner will not read Code 128 bar codes.
$CC8EN00
Code 128 = Disable
$CC8EN01
DEFAULT
Code 128 = Enable
Expand Code 128 to Code 39
This feature enables/disables expansion of Code 128 labels to Code 39 labels.
When enabled, the label identifier for a Code 128 label shall be set to Code 39
and all Code 39 formatting control shall be applied to the label.
$CC8C300
DEFAULT
Code 128 to Code 39 = Don’t Expand
$CC8C301
Code 128 to Code 39 = Expand
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Enter/Exit Programming Mode
Code 128
Code 128 Check Character Transmission
Enable this option to transmit the check character along with Code 128 bar
code data.
$CC8CT00
DEFAULT
Code 128 Check Character Transmission = Don’t Send
$CC8CT01
Code 128 Check Character Transmission = Send
Code 128 Function Character Transmission
Enables/disables transmission of Code128 function characters 1, 2, 3, and 4.
$CC8TF00
DEFAULT
Code 128 Function Character Transmission = Don’t Send
$CC8TF01
Code 128 Function Character Transmission = Send
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Enter/Exit Programming Mode
Code 128 Quiet Zones
This feature specifies the number of quiet zones for Code 128 labels. Quiet
zones are blank areas at the ends of a bar code and are typically 10 times the
width of the narrowest bar or space in the label.
$CC8LO00
Code 128 Quiet Zones = No Quiet Zones
$CC8LO01
Code 128 Quiet Zones = Quiet Zone on one side
$CC8LO02
Code 128 Quiet Zones = Quiet Zones on two sides
$CC8LO03
DEFAULT
Code 128 Quiet Zones = Auto
$CC8LO04
Code 128 Quiet Zones = Virtual Quiet Zones on two sides
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Enter/Exit Programming Mode
Code 128
Code 128 Length Control
This feature specifies either variable length decoding or fixed length decoding
for the Code 128 symbology.
Variable Length: For variable length decoding, a minimum and maximum length
may be set.
Fixed Length: For fixed length decoding, two different lengths may be set.
$CC8LC00
DEFAULT
Code 128 Length Control = Variable Length
$CC8LC01
Code 128 Length Control = Fixed Length
146
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Enter/Exit Programming Mode
Code 128 Set Length 1
This feature specifies one of the bar code lengths for Code 128 Length Control
on page 146. Length 1 is the minimum label length if in Variable Length on
page 146 Mode, or the first fixed length if in Fixed Length on page 146 Mode.
Length includes the bar code’s data characters only.
The length can be set from 1 to 80 characters. See "Set Length 1" on page 260
for more detailed programming instructions.
$CC8L1
To configure this feature, scan the ENTER/EXIT bar code
above, then the bar code at left followed by digits from
the Alphanumeric characters in Appendix D, Keypad representing your desired character(s). End by
scanning the ENTER/EXIT bar code again.
Select Code 128 Set Length 1 Setting
~
Make a mistake? Scan the CANCEL bar code to abort and
not save the entry string. You can then start again at the
beginning.
CANCEL
DEFAULT
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01 = Length 1 is 1 Character
147
Enter/Exit Programming Mode
Code 128
Code 128 Set Length 2
This feature specifies one of the bar code lengths for Code 128 Length Control
on page 146. Length 2 is the maximum label length if in Variable Length on
page 146 Mode, or the second fixed length if in Fixed Length on page 146
Mode. Length includes the bar code’s data characters only.
The length can be set from 1 to 80 characters. A setting of 00 specifies to
ignore this length (only one fixed length). See "Set Length 2" on page 262 for
more detailed programming instructions.
$CC8L2
To configure this feature, scan the ENTER/EXIT bar code
above, then the bar code at left followed by digits from
the Alphanumeric characters in Appendix D, Keypad representing your desired character(s). End by
scanning the ENTER/EXIT bar code again.
Select Code 128 Length 2 Setting
~
Make a mistake? Scan the CANCEL bar code to abort and
not save the entry string. You can then start again at the
beginning.
CANCEL
DEFAULT
148
80 = Length 2 is 80 Characters
Heron™ HD3430
1D Symbologies
Enter/Exit Programming Mode
GS1-128
The following options apply to the GS1-128 symbology. (Also known as USS128, GTIN-128, UCC-128.)
GS1-128 Enable
This option enables/disables the ability of the scanner to translate GS1-128
labels to the GS1-128 data format. Options are:
• Transmit GS1-128 labels in Code 128 data format.
• Transmit GS1-128 labels in GS1-128 data format.
• Do not transmit GS1-128 labels.
$CU8EN00
GS1-128 = Transmit in Code 128 data format
$CU8EN01
DEFAULT
GS1-128 = Transmit in GS1-128 data format
$CU8EN02
GS1-128 = Do not transmit GS1-128 labels
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Enter/Exit Programming Mode
Interleaved 2 of 5 (I 2 of 5)
Interleaved 2 of 5 (I 2 of 5)
The following options apply to the I 2 of 5 symbology.
CAUTION
When reading this symbology, the settings for I 2 of 5 Length
Control AND I 2 of 5 Check Character Calculation MUST be
enabled to increase decoding safety.
I 2 of 5 Enable/Disable
When disabled, the scanner will not read I 2 of 5 bar codes.
$CI2EN00
DEFAULT
I 2 of 5 = Disable
$CI2EN01
I 2 of 5 = Enable
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Enter/Exit Programming Mode
I 2 of 5 Check Character Calculation
This option enables/disables calculation and verification of an optional I 2 of 5
check character.
$CI2CC00
DEFAULT
I 2 of 5 Check Char Calc = Disable
$CI2CC01
I 2 of 5 Check Char Calc = Check Standard
(Modulo 10)
$CI2CC02
I 2 of 5 Check Char Calc = Check German Parcel
$CI2CC04
I 2 of 5 Check Char Calc = Check DHL
$CI2CC08
I 2 of 5 Check Char Calc = Check Daimler Chrysler
$CI2CC10
I 2 of 5 Check Char Calc = Check Bosch
$CI2CC20
I 2 of 5 Check Character Calculation = Check Italian Post
When disabled, any check character in label is treated as a data character.
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Enter/Exit Programming Mode
Interleaved 2 of 5 (I 2 of 5)
I 2 of 5 Check Character Transmission
Enable this option to transmit the check character along with I 2 of 5 bar code
data.
This feature is valid only when I 2 of 5 Check Character Calculation is enabled.
NOTE
$CI2CT00
I 2 of 5 Check Character Transmission = Don’t Send
$CI2CT01
DEFAULT
I 2 of 5 Check Character Transmission = Send
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Enter/Exit Programming Mode
I 2 of 5 Length Control
This feature specifies either variable length decoding or fixed length decoding
for the I 2 of 5 symbology.
Variable Length: For variable length decoding, a minimum and maximum length
may be set.
Fixed Length: For fixed length decoding, two different lengths may be set.
$CI2LC00
DEFAULT
I 2 of 5 Length Control = Variable Length
$CI2LC01
I 2 of 5 Length Control = Fixed Length
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Enter/Exit Programming Mode
Interleaved 2 of 5 (I 2 of 5)
I 2 of 5 Set Length 1
This feature specifies one of the bar code lengths for I 2 of 5 Length Control on
page 153. Length 1 is the minimum label length if in Variable Length on page
158 Mode, or the first fixed length if in Fixed Length on page 158 Mode. The
length includes the bar code’s check and data characters.
The length can be set from 2 to 50 characters in increments of two. See "Set
Length 1" on page 260 for more detailed programming instructions.
$CI2L1
To configure this feature, scan the ENTER/EXIT bar code
above, then the bar code at left followed by digits from
the Alphanumeric characters in Appendix D, Keypad representing your desired character(s). End by
scanning the ENTER/EXIT bar code again.
Select I 2 of 5 Length 1 Setting
~
Make a mistake? Scan the CANCEL bar code to abort and
not save the entry string. You can then start again at the
beginning.
CANCEL
DEFAULT
154
06 = Length 1 is 6 Characters
Heron™ HD3430
1D Symbologies
Enter/Exit Programming Mode
I 2 of 5 Set Length 2
This feature specifies one of the bar code lengths for I 2 of 5 Length Control on
page 153. Length 2 is the maximum label length if in Variable Length on page
158 Mode, or the second fixed length if in Fixed Length on page 158 Mode. The
length includes the bar code’s check and data characters.
The length can be set from 2 to 50 characters. A setting of 0 specifies to ignore
this length (only one fixed length). See "Set Length 2" on page 262 for more
detailed programming instructions.
$CI2L2
To configure this feature, scan the ENTER/EXIT bar code
above, then the bar code at left followed by digits from
the Alphanumeric characters in Appendix D, Keypad representing your desired character(s). End by
scanning the ENTER/EXIT bar code again.
Select I 2 of 5 Length 2 Setting
~
Make a mistake? Scan the CANCEL bar code to abort and
not save the entry string. You can then start again at the
beginning.
CANCEL
DEFAULT
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50 = Length 2 is 50 Characters
155
Enter/Exit Programming Mode
Interleaved 2 of 5 CIP HR
Interleaved 2 of 5 CIP HR
The following options apply to the Interleaved 2 of 5 CIP HR symbology.
Interleaved 2 of 5 CIP HR Enable/Disable
Enables/Disables ability of scanner to decode Interleaved 2 of 5 CIP HR labels.
$CCHEN00
DEFAULT
Interleaved 2 of 5 CIP HR = Disable
$CCHEN01
Interleaved 2 of 5 CIP HR = Enable
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Enter/Exit Programming Mode
Datalogic 2 of 5
The following options apply to the Datalogic 2 of 5 symbology.
Datalogic 2 of 5 Enable/Disable
When disabled, the scanner will not read Datalogic 2 of 5 bar codes.
$CD2EN00
DEFAULT
Datalogic 2 of 5 = Disable
$CD2EN01
Datalogic 2 of 5 = Enable
Datalogic 2 of 5 Check Character Calculation
This option enables/disables calculation and verification of an optional Datalogic 2 of 5 check character.
$CD2CC00
DEFAULT
Datalogic 2 of 5 Check Character Calculation = Disable
$CD2CC01
Datalogic 2 of 5 Check Character Calculation = Enable
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Enter/Exit Programming Mode
Datalogic 2 of 5
Datalogic 2 of 5 Check Character Transmission
This option enables/disables transmission of an optional Datalogic 2 of 5 character.
$CD2CT00
Datalogic 2 of 5 Check Character Transmission = Don’t Send
$CD2CT01
DEFAULT
Datalogic 2 of 5 Check Character Transmission = Send
Datalogic 2 of 5 Length Control
This feature specifies either variable length decoding or fixed length decoding
for the Datalogic 2 of 5 symbology.
Variable Length: For variable length decoding, a minimum and maximum length
may be set.
Fixed Length: For fixed length decoding, two different lengths may be set.
$CD2LC00
DEFAULT
Datalogic 2 of 5 Length Control = Variable Length
$CD2LC01
Datalogic 2 of 5 Length Control = Fixed Length
158
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Enter/Exit Programming Mode
Datalogic 2 of 5 Set Length 1
This feature specifies one of the bar code lengths for Datalogic 2 of 5 Length
Control on page 158. Length 1 is the minimum label length if in Variable Length
on page 153 Mode, or the first fixed length if in Fixed Length on page 153
Mode. The length includes the bar code’s data characters only.
The length can be set from 2 to 50 characters in increments of two. See "Set
Length 1" on page 260 for more detailed programming instructions.
$CD2L1
To configure this feature, scan the ENTER/EXIT bar code
above, then the bar code at left followed by digits from
the Alphanumeric characters in Appendix D, Keypad representing your desired character(s). End by
scanning the ENTER/EXIT bar code again.
Select Datalogic 2 of 5 Length 1 Setting
~
Make a mistake? Scan the CANCEL bar code to abort and
not save the entry string. You can then start again at the
beginning.
CANCEL
DEFAULT
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06 = Length 1 is 6 Characters
159
Enter/Exit Programming Mode
Datalogic 2 of 5
Datalogic 2 of 5 Set Length 2
This feature specifies one of the bar code lengths for Datalogic 2 of 5 Length
Control on page 158. Length 2 is the maximum label length if in Variable
Length on page 153 Mode, or the second fixed length if in Fixed Length on
page 153 Mode. The length includes the bar code’s data characters only.
The length can be set from 2 to 50 characters. A setting of 00 specifies to
ignore this length (only one fixed length). See "Set Length 2" on page 262 for
more detailed programming instructions.
$CD2L2
To configure this feature, scan the ENTER/EXIT bar code
above, then the bar code at left followed by digits from
the Alphanumeric characters in Appendix D, Keypad representing your desired character(s). End by
scanning the ENTER/EXIT bar code again.
Select Datalogic 2 of 5 Length 2 Setting
~
Make a mistake? Scan the CANCEL bar code to abort and
not save the entry string. You can then start again at the
beginning.
CANCEL
DEFAULT
160
50 = Length 2 is 50 Characters
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1D Symbologies
Enter/Exit Programming Mode
Codabar
The following options apply to the Codabar symbology.
Codabar Enable/Disable
When disabled, the scanner will not read Codabar bar codes.
$CCBEN00
DEFAULT
Codabar = Disable
$CCBEN01
Codabar = Enable
Codabar Check Character Calculation
Enable this option to enables/disables calculation and verification of an
optional Codabar check character. When disabled, any check characters in the
label are treated as data characters.
$CCBCC00
DEFAULT
Codabar Check Character Calculation = Don’t Calculate
$CCBCC01
Codabar Check Character Calculation = Enable AIM standard
check char.
$CCBCC02
Codabar Check Character Calculation = Enable Modulo 10
check char.
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Enter/Exit Programming Mode
Codabar
Codabar Check Character Transmission
Enable this option to transmit the check character along with Codabar bar code
data.
This feature is valid only when Codabar Check Character Calculation is
enabled.
NOTE
$CCBCT00
Codabar Check Character Transmission = Don’t Send
$CCBCT01
DEFAULT
Codabar Check Character Transmission = Send
Codabar Start/Stop Character Transmission
Enable this option to enable/disable transmission of Codabar start and stop
characters.
$CCBSS00
Codabar Start/Stop Character Transmission = Don’t Transmit
$CCBSS01
DEFAULT
Codabar Start/Stop Character Transmission = Transmit
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Enter/Exit Programming Mode
Codabar Start/Stop Character Set
This option specifies the format of transmitted Codabar start/stop characters.
$CCBSC00
Codabar Check Character Set = ABCD/TN*E
$CCBSC01
Codabar Check Character Set = ABCD/ABCD
$CCBSC02
Codabar Check Character Set = abcd/tn*e
$CCBSC03
DEFAULT
Codabar Check Character Set = abcd/abcd
Codabar Start/Stop Character Match
When enabled, this option requires that start and stop characters match.
$CCBSM00
DEFAULT
Codabar Start/Stop Character Match = Don’t Require Match
$CCBSM01
Codabar Start/Stop Character Match = Require Match
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Enter/Exit Programming Mode
Codabar
Codabar Quiet Zones
This feature specifies the number of quiet zones for Codabar labels. Quiet
zones are blank areas at the ends of a bar code and are typically 10 times the
width of the narrowest bar or space in the label.
$CCBLO01
Codabar Quiet Zones = Quiet Zone on one side
$CCBLO02
Codabar Quiet Zones = Quiet Zones on two sides
$CCBLO03
DEFAULT
Codabar Quiet Zones = Auto
$CCBLO04
Codabar Quiet Zones = Virtual Quiet Zones on two sides
$CCBLO05
Codabar Quiet Zones = Small Quiet Zones on two sides
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Codabar Length Control
This feature specifies either variable length decoding or fixed length decoding
for the Codabar symbology.
Variable Length: For variable length decoding, a minimum and maximum length
may be set.
Fixed Length: For fixed length decoding, two different lengths may be set.
$CCBLC00
DEFAULT
Codabar Length Control = Variable Length
$CCBLC01
Codabar Length Control = Fixed Length
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Enter/Exit Programming Mode
Codabar
Codabar Set Length 1
This feature specifies one of the bar code lengths for Codabar Length Control
on page 165. Length 1 is the minimum label length if in Variable Length on
page 165 Mode, or the first fixed length if in Fixed Length on page 165 Mode.
Length includes the bar code’s start, stop, check and data characters. The
length must include at least one data character.
The length can be set from 3 to 50 characters. See "Set Length 1" on page 260
for more detailed programming instructions.
$CCBL1
To configure this feature, scan the ENTER/EXIT bar code
above, then the bar code at left followed by digits from
the Alphanumeric characters in Appendix D, Keypad representing your desired character(s). End by
scanning the ENTER/EXIT bar code again.
Select Codabar Length 1 Setting
~
Make a mistake? Scan the CANCEL bar code to abort and
not save the entry string. You can then start again at the
beginning.
CANCEL
DEFAULT
166
03 = Length 1 is 3 Characters
Heron™ HD3430
1D Symbologies
Enter/Exit Programming Mode
Codabar Set Length 2
This feature specifies one of the bar code lengths for Codabar Length Control
on page 165. Length 2 is the maximum label length if in Variable Length on
page 165 Mode, or the second fixed length if in Fixed Length on page 165
Mode. The length includes the bar code’s start, stop, check and data characters. The length must include at least one data character.
The length can be set from 3 to 50 characters. A setting of 00 specifies to
ignore this length (only one fixed length). See "Set Length 2" on page 262 for
more detailed programming instructions.
$CCBL2
To configure this feature, scan the ENTER/EXIT bar code
above, then the bar code at left followed by digits from
the Alphanumeric characters in Appendix D, Keypad representing your desired character(s). End by
scanning the ENTER/EXIT bar code again.
Select Codabar Length 2 Setting
~
Make a mistake? Scan the CANCEL bar code to abort and
not save the entry string. You can then start again at the
beginning.
CANCEL
DEFAULT
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50 = Length 2 is 50 Characters
167
Enter/Exit Programming Mode
ABC Codabar
ABC Codabar
The following options apply to the ABC Codabar symbology.
ABC Codabar Enable/Disable
Enables/Disables ability of scanner to decode ABC Codabar labels.
$CCBAB00
DEFAULT
ABC Codabar = Disable
$CCBAB01
ABC Codabar = Enable
ABC Codabar Concatenation Mode
Specifies the concatenation mode between Static and Dynamic.
$CCBCM00
DEFAULT
ABC Codabar Concatenation Mode = Static
$CCBCM01
ABC Codabar Concatenation Mode = Dynamic
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Enter/Exit Programming Mode
ABC Codabar Dynamic Concatenation Timeout
This parameter specifies the timeout in 10-millisecond ticks used by the ABC
Codabar Dynamic Concatenation Mode. The timeout can be set within a range
of 05 to 255 in 10ms increments. A setting of zero specifies no delay.
$CCBDT
To configure this feature, scan the ENTER/EXIT bar
code above, then the bar code at left followed by digits
from the Alphanumeric characters in Appendix D,
Keypad representing your desired character(s). End
by scanning the ENTER/EXIT bar code again.
Select ABC Codabar Dynamic Concatenation
Timeout Setting
~
Make a mistake? Scan the CANCEL bar code to abort and
not save the entry string. You can then start again at the
beginning.
CANCEL
DEFAULT
10 = Quiet Interval of 200 ms
ABC Codabar Force Concatenation
Forces labels starting or ending with D to be concatenated.
$CCBFC00
DEFAULT
ABC Codabar Force Concatenation = Disable
$CCBFC01
ABC Codabar Force Concatenation = Enable
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Enter/Exit Programming Mode
Code 11
Code 11
The following options apply to the Code 11 symbology.
Code 11 Enable/Disable
When disabled, the scanner will not read Code 11 bar codes.
$CC1EN00
DEFAULT
Code 11 = Disable
$CC1EN01
Code 11 = Enable
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Code 11 Check Character Calculation
This option enables/disables calculation and verification of optional Code 11
check character.
$CC1CC00
Code 11 Check Character Calculation = Disable
$CC1CC01
Code 11 Check Character Calculation = Check C
$CC1CC02
Code 11 Check Character Calculation = Check K
$CC1CC03
DEFAULT
Code 11 Check Character Calculation = Check C and K
Code 11 Check Character Transmission
This feature enables/disables transmission of an optional Code 11 check character.
$CC1CT00
Code 11 Check Character Transmission = Don’t Send
$CC1CT01
DEFAULT
Code 11 Check Character Transmission = Send
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171
Enter/Exit Programming Mode
Code 11
Code 11 Length Control
This feature specifies either variable length decoding or fixed length decoding
for the Code 11 symbology.
Variable Length: For variable length decoding, a minimum and maximum length
may be set.
Fixed Length: For fixed length decoding, two different lengths may be set.
$CC1LC00
DEFAULT
Code 11 Length Control = Variable Length
$CC1LC01
Code 11 Length Control = Fixed Length
Code 11 Set Length 1
This feature specifies one of the bar code lengths for Code 11 Length Control
on page 172. Length 1 is the minimum label length if in Variable Length on
page 172 Mode, or the first fixed length if in Fixed Length on page 172 Mode.
Length includes the bar code’s check and data characters.
The length can be set from 2 to 50 characters. See "Set Length 1" on page 260
for more detailed programming instructions.
$CC1L1
Select Code 11 Set Length 1 Setting
To configure this feature, scan the ENTER/EXIT bar code
above, then the bar code at left followed by digits from
the Alphanumeric characters in Appendix D, Keypad representing your desired character(s). End by
scanning the ENTER/EXIT bar code again.
~
Make a mistake? Scan the CANCEL bar code to abort and
not save the entry string. You can then start again at the
beginning.
CANCEL
172
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DEFAULT
04 = Length 1 is 4 Characters
Code 11 Set Length 2
This feature specifies one of the bar code lengths for Code 11 Length Control
on page 172. Length 2 is the maximum label length if in Variable Length on
page 172 Mode, or the second fixed length if in Fixed Length on page 172
Mode. Length includes the bar code’s check and data characters.
The length can be set from 2 to 50 characters. A setting of 00 specifies to
ignore this length (only one fixed length). See "Set Length 2" on page 262 for
more detailed programming instructions.
$CC1L2
To configure this feature, scan the ENTER/EXIT bar code
above, then the bar code at left followed by digits from
the Alphanumeric characters in Appendix D, Keypad representing your desired character(s). End by
scanning the ENTER/EXIT bar code again.
Select Code 11 Length 2 Setting
~
Make a mistake? Scan the CANCEL bar code to abort and
not save the entry string. You can then start again at the
beginning.
CANCEL
DEFAULT
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50 = Length 2 is 50 Characters
173
Enter/Exit Programming Mode
Standard 2 of 5
Standard 2 of 5
The following options apply to the Standard 2 of 5 symbology.
Standard 2 of 5 Enable/Disable
When disabled, the scanner will not read Standard 2 of 5 bar codes.
$CS2EN00
DEFAULT
Standard 2 of 5 = Disable
$CS2EN01
Standard 2 of 5 = Enable
Standard 2 of 5 Check Character Calculation
This option enables/disables calculation and verification of an optional Standard 2 of 5 check character.
$CS2CC00
DEFAULT
Standard 2 of 5 Check Character Calculation = Disable
$CS2CC01
Standard 2 of 5 Check Character Calculation = Enable
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Enter/Exit Programming Mode
Standard 2 of 5 Check Character Transmission
This feature enables/disables transmission of an optional Standard 2 of 5 check
character.
$CS2CT00
Standard 2 of 5 Check Character Transmission = Don’t Send
$CS2CT01
DEFAULT
Standard 2 of 5 Check Character Transmission = Send
Standard 2 of 5 Length Control
This feature specifies either variable length decoding or fixed length decoding
for the Standard 2 of 5 symbology.
Variable Length: For variable length decoding, a minimum and maximum length
may be set.
Fixed Length: For fixed length decoding, two different lengths may be set.
$CS2LC00
DEFAULT
Standard 2 of 5 Length Control = Variable Length
$CS2LC01
Standard 2 of 5 Length Control = Fixed Length
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Enter/Exit Programming Mode
Standard 2 of 5
Standard 2 of 5 Set Length 1
This feature specifies one of the bar code lengths for Standard 2 of 5 Length
Control on page 175. Length 1 is the minimum label length if in Variable Length
on page 175 Mode, or the first fixed length if in Fixed Length on page 175
Mode. Length includes the bar code’s check and data characters.
The length can be set from 1 to 50 characters. See "Set Length 1" on page 260
for more detailed programming instructions.
$CS2L1
To configure this feature, scan the ENTER/EXIT bar code
above, then the bar code at left followed by digits from
the Alphanumeric characters in Appendix D, Keypad representing your desired character(s). End by
scanning the ENTER/EXIT bar code again.
Select Standard 2 of 5 Length 1 Setting
~
Make a mistake? Scan the CANCEL bar code to abort and
not save the entry string. You can then start again at the
beginning.
CANCEL
DEFAULT
176
08 = Length 1 is 8 Characters
Heron™ HD3430
1D Symbologies
Enter/Exit Programming Mode
Standard 2 of 5 Set Length 2
This feature specifies one of the bar code lengths for Standard 2 of 5 Length
Control on page 175. Length 2 is the maximum label length if in Variable
Length on page 175 Mode, or the second fixed length if in Fixed Length on
page 175 Mode. Length includes the bar code’s check and data characters.
The length can be set from 1 to 50 characters. A setting of 00 specifies to
ignore this length (only one fixed length). See "Set Length 2" on page 262 for
more detailed programming instructions.
$CS2L2
To configure this feature, scan the ENTER/EXIT bar code
above, then the bar code at left followed by digits from
the Alphanumeric characters in Appendix D, Keypad representing your desired character(s). End by
scanning the ENTER/EXIT bar code again.
Select Standard 2 of 5 Length 2 Setting
~
Make a mistake? Scan the CANCEL bar code to abort and
not save the entry string. You can then start again at the
beginning.
CANCEL
DEFAULT
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50 = Length 2 is 50 Characters
177
Enter/Exit Programming Mode
Industrial 2 of 5
Industrial 2 of 5
The following options apply to the Industrial 2 of 5 symbology.
Industrial 2 of 5 Enable/Disable
Enables/Disables ability of scanner to decode Industrial 2 of 5 labels.
$CU2EN00
DEFAULT
Industrial 2 of 5 = Disable
$CU2EN01
Industrial 2 of 5 = Enable
Industrial 2 of 5 Check Character Calculation
Enables/Disables calculation and verification of an optional Industrial 2 of 5
check character.
$CU2CC00
DEFAULT
Industrial 2 of 5 Check Character Calculation = Disable
$CU2CC01
Industrial 2 of 5 Check Character Calculation = Enable
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Enter/Exit Programming Mode
Industrial 2 of 5 Check Character Transmission
Enables/disables transmission of an Industrial 2 of 5 check character.
$CU2CT00
Industrial 2 of 5 Check Character Transmission = Disable
$CU2CT01
DEFAULT
Industrial 2 of 5 Check Character Transmission = Enable
Industrial 2 of 5 Length Control
This feature specifies either variable length decoding or fixed length decoding
for the Industrial 2 of 5 symbology.
Variable Length: For variable length decoding, a minimum and maximum length
may be set.
Fixed Length: For fixed length decoding, two different lengths may be set.
$CU2LC00
DEFAULT
Industrial 2 of 5 Length Control = Variable Length
$CU2LC01
Industrial 2 of 5 = Fixed Length
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179
Enter/Exit Programming Mode
Industrial 2 of 5
Industrial 2 of 5 Set Length 1
This feature specifies one of the bar code lengths for Industrial 2 of 5 Length
Control on page 179. Length 1 is the minimum label length if in Variable Length
on page 138 Mode, or the first fixed length if in Fixed Length on page 138
Mode. Length includes the bar code’s data characters only.
The length can be set from 1 to 50 characters. See "Set Length 1" on page 260
for more detailed programming instructions.
$CU2L1
To configure this feature, scan the ENTER/EXIT bar code
above, then the bar code at left followed by digits from
the Alphanumeric characters in Appendix D, Keypad representing your desired character(s). End by
scanning the ENTER/EXIT bar code again.
Select Industrial 2 of 5 Set Length 1 Setting
~
Make a mistake? Scan the CANCEL bar code to abort and
not save the entry string. You can then start again at the
beginning.
CANCEL
DEFAULT
180
01 = Length 1 is 1 Character
Heron™ HD3430
1D Symbologies
Enter/Exit Programming Mode
Industrial 2 of 5 Set Length 2
This feature specifies one of the bar code lengths for Industrial 2 of 5 Length
Control on page 179. Length 2 is the maximum label length if in Variable
Length on page 138 Mode, or the second fixed length if in Fixed Length on
page 138 Mode. Length includes the bar code’s check, data, and full-ASCII shift
characters. The length does not include start/stop characters.
The length can be set from 1 to 50 characters. A setting of 00 specifies to
ignore this length (only one fixed length). See "Set Length 2" on page 262 for
more detailed programming instructions.
$CU2L2
To configure this feature, scan the ENTER/EXIT bar code
above, then the bar code at left followed by digits from
the Alphanumeric characters in Appendix D, Keypad representing your desired character(s). End by
scanning the ENTER/EXIT bar code again.
Select Industrial 2 of 5 Length 2 Setting
~
Make a mistake? Scan the CANCEL bar code to abort and
not save the entry string. You can then start again at the
beginning.
CANCEL
DEFAULT
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50 = Length 2 is 50 Characters
181
Enter/Exit Programming Mode
IATA
IATA
The following options apply to the IATA symbology.
IATA Enable/Disable
Enables/Disables the ability of the scanner to decode IATA labels.
$CIAEN00
DEFAULT
IATA = Disable
$CIAEN01
IATA = Enable
IATA Check Character Transmission
Enables/Disables calculation and verification of an optional Industrial 2 of 5
check character.
$CIACT00
IATA Check Character Transmission = Disable
$CIACT01
DEFAULT
IATA Check Character Transmission = Enable
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Enter/Exit Programming Mode
ISBT 128
The following options apply to the ISBT 128 symbology.
ISBT 128 Concatenation
Enables/disables ISBT128 concatenation of 2 labels.
$CI8CE00
DEFAULT
ISBN 128 Concatenation = Disable
$CI8CE01
ISBN 128 Concatenation = Enable
ISBT 128 Concatenation Mode
Specifies the concatenation mode between Static and Dynamic.
This option is only valid when ISBT 128 Concatenation on page 183 is enabled
(see page <Links>10-183).
NOTE
$CI8CM00
DEFAULT
ISBT 128 Concatenation Mode = Static
$CI8CM01
ISBT 128 Concatenation Mode = Dynamic
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183
Enter/Exit Programming Mode
ISBT 128
ISBT 128 Dynamic Concatenation Timeout
Specifies the timeout used by the ISBT 128 Dynamic Concatenation Mode.
$CI8DT05
ISBT 128 Dynamic Concatenation Timeout = 50 msec
$CI8DT0A
ISBT 128 Dynamic Concatenation Timeout = 100 msec
$CI8DT14
DEFAULT
ISBT 128 Dynamic Concatenation Timeout = 200 msec
$CI8DT32
ISBT 128 Dynamic Concatenation Timeout = 500 msec
$CI8DT4B
ISBT 128 Dynamic Concatenation Timeout = 750 msec
$CI8DT64
ISBT 128 Dynamic Concatenation Timeout = 1 second
184
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Enter/Exit Programming Mode
ISBT 128 Force Concatenation
When enabled, this feature forces all ISBT 128 labels to be concatenated.
This option is only valid when ISBT 128 Concatenation on
page 183 is enabled. (see page <Links>10-183).
NOTE
$CI8FC00
DEFAULT
ISBT 128 Force Concatenation = Disable
$CI8FC01
ISBT 128 Force Concatenation = Enable
ISBT 128 Advanced Concatenation Options
Use the Datalogic Aladdin configuration application or Contact Customer Support to
set up pairs of label types for concatenation.
NOTE
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185
Enter/Exit Programming Mode
MSI
MSI
The following options apply to the MSI symbology.
MSI Enable/Disable
Enables/Disables ability of scanner to decode MSI labels.
$CMSEN00
DEFAULT
MSI = Disable
$CMSEN01
MSI = Enable
MSI Check Character Calculation
Enables/Disables calculation and verification of an optional MSI check character.
$CMSCC00
MSI Check Character Calculation = Disable
$CMSCC01
DEFAULT
MSI Check Character Calculation = Enable Mod10
$CMSCC02
MSI Check Character Calculation = Enable Mod11/10
$CMSCC03
MSI Check Character Calculation = Enable Mod10/10
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Enter/Exit Programming Mode
MSI Check Character Transmission
Enables/disables transmission of an MSI check character.
$CMSCT00
MSI Check Character Transmission = Disable
$CMSCT01
DEFAULT
MSI Check Character Transmission = Enable
MSI Length Control
This feature specifies either variable length decoding or fixed length decoding
for the MSI symbology.
Variable Length: For variable length decoding, a minimum and maximum length
may be set.
Fixed Length: For fixed length decoding, two different lengths may be set.
$CMSLC00
DEFAULT
MSI Length Control = Variable Length
$CMSLC01
MSI = Fixed Length
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187
Enter/Exit Programming Mode
MSI
MSI Set Length 1
This feature specifies one of the bar code lengths for MSI Length Control on
page 187. Length 1 is the minimum label length if in Variable Length on page
187 Mode, or the first fixed length if in Fixed Length on page 187 Mode. Length
includes the bar code’s data characters only.
The length can be set from 01 to 50 characters. See "Set Length 1" on page 260
for more detailed programming instructions.
$CMSL1
To configure this feature, scan the ENTER/EXIT bar code
above, then the bar code at left followed by digits from
the Alphanumeric characters in Appendix D, Keypad representing your desired character(s). End by
scanning the ENTER/EXIT bar code again.
Select MSI Set Length 1 Setting
~
Make a mistake? Scan the CANCEL bar code to abort and
not save the entry string. You can then start again at the
beginning.
CANCEL
DEFAULT
188
01 = Length 1 is 1 Character
Heron™ HD3430
1D Symbologies
Enter/Exit Programming Mode
MSI Set Length 2
This feature specifies one of the bar code lengths for MSI Length Control on
page 187. Length 2 is the maximum label length if in Variable Length on page
187 Mode, or the second fixed length if in Fixed Length on page 187 Mode.
Length includes the bar code’s check, data, and full-ASCII shift characters. The
length does not include start/stop characters.
The length can be set from 1 to 50 characters. A setting of 0 specifies to ignore
this length (only one fixed length). See "Set Length 2" on page 262 for more
detailed programming instructions.
$CMSL2
To configure this feature, scan the ENTER/EXIT bar code
above, then the bar code at left followed by digits from
the Alphanumeric characters in Appendix D, Keypad representing your desired character(s). End by
scanning the ENTER/EXIT bar code again.
Select MSI Length 2 Setting
~
Make a mistake? Scan the CANCEL bar code to abort and
not save the entry string. You can then start again at the
beginning.
CANCEL
DEFAULT
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50 = Length 2 is 50 Characters
189
Enter/Exit Programming Mode
Code 93
Code 93
The following options apply to the Code 93 symbology.
Code 93 Enable/Disable
Enables/Disables ability of scanner to decode Code 93 labels.
$CC9EN00
DEFAULT
Code 93 = Disable
$CC9EN01
Code 93 = Enable
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Enter/Exit Programming Mode
Code 93 Check Character Calculation
Enables/disables calculation and verification of an optional Code 93 check
character.
$CC9CC00
Code 93 Check Character Calculation = Disable
$CC9CC01
Code 93 Check Character Calculation = Enable Check C
$CC9CC02
Code 93 Check Character Calculation = Enable Check K
$CC9CC03
DEFAULT
Code 93 Check Character Calculation =
Enable Check C and K
Code 93 Check Character Transmission
Enables/disables transmission of an optional Code 93 check character.
$CC9CT00
Code 93 Check Character Transmission = Disable
$CC9CT01
DEFAULT
Code 93 Check Character Transmission = Enable
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191
Enter/Exit Programming Mode
Code 93
Code 93 Length Control
This feature specifies either variable length decoding or fixed length decoding
for the Code 93 symbology.
Variable Length: For variable length decoding, a minimum and maximum length
may be set.
Fixed Length: For fixed length decoding, two different lengths may be set.
$CC9LC00
DEFAULT
Code 93 Length Control = Variable Length
$CC9LC01
Code 93 = Fixed Length
192
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Enter/Exit Programming Mode
Code 93 Set Length 1
This feature specifies one of the bar code lengths for Code 93 Length Control
on page 192. Length 1 is the minimum label length if in Variable Length on
page 192 Mode, or the first fixed length if in Fixed Length on page 192 Mode.
Length includes the bar code’s data characters only.
The length can be set from 01 to 50 characters. See "Set Length 1" on page 260
for more detailed programming instructions.
$CC9L1
To configure this feature, scan the ENTER/EXIT bar code
above, then the bar code at left followed by digits from
the Alphanumeric characters in Appendix D, Keypad representing your desired character(s). End by
scanning the ENTER/EXIT bar code again.
Select Code 93 Set Length 1 Setting
~
Make a mistake? Scan the CANCEL bar code to abort and
not save the entry string. You can then start again at the
beginning.
CANCEL
DEFAULT
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01 = Length 1 is 1 Character
193
Enter/Exit Programming Mode
Code 93
Code 93 Set Length 2
This feature specifies one of the bar code lengths for Code 93 Length Control
on page 192. Length 2 is the maximum label length if in Variable Length on
page 192 Mode, or the second fixed length if in Fixed Length on page 192
Mode. Length includes the bar code’s check, data, and full-ASCII shift characters. The length does not include start/stop characters.
The length can be set from 1 to 50 characters. A setting of 00 specifies to
ignore this length (only one fixed length). See "Set Length 2" on page 262 for
more detailed programming instructions.
$CC9L2
To configure this feature, scan the ENTER/EXIT bar code
above, then the bar code at left followed by digits from
the Alphanumeric characters in Appendix D, Keypad representing your desired character(s). End by
scanning the ENTER/EXIT bar code again.
Select Code 93 Length 2 Setting
~
Make a mistake? Scan the CANCEL bar code to abort and
not save the entry string. You can then start again at the
beginning.
CANCEL
DEFAULT
194
50 = Length 2 is 50 Characters
Heron™ HD3430
1D Symbologies
Enter/Exit Programming Mode
Code 93 Quiet Zones
Enables/disables fixed length stitching for Code 93.
This feature is available only on the TD1130 model.
NOTE
$CC9LO00
Code 93 Quiet Zones = No Quiet Zones
$CC9LO01
Code 93 Quiet Zones = Quiet Zone on one side
$CC9LO02
Code 93 Quiet Zones = Quiet Zones on two sides
$CC9LO03
DEFAULT
Code 93 Quiet Zones = Auto
$CC9LO04
Code 93 Quiet Zones = Virtual Quiet Zones on two sides
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Enter/Exit Programming Mode
Follett 2 of 5
Follett 2 of 5
The following options apply to the Follett 2 of 5 symbology.
Follett 2 of 5 Enable/Disable
Enables/Disables ability of scanner to decode Follett 2 of 5 labels.
$CF2EN00
DEFAULT
Follett 2 of 5 = Disable
$CF2EN01
Follett 2 of 5 = Enable
BC412
The following options apply to the BC412 symbology.
BC412 Enable/Disable
Enables/Disables ability of scanner to decode BC412 labels.
$CBCEN00
DEFAULT
BC412 = Disable
$CBCEN01
BC412 = Enable
196
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Enter/Exit Programming Mode
BC412 Check Character Calculation
Enable this option to enable/disable calculation and verification of an optional
BC412 check character. When disabled, any check character in the label is
treated as a data character.
$CBCCC00
DEFAULT
BC412 Check Character Calculation = Don’t Calculate
$CBCCC01
BC412 Check Character Calculation = Calculate Check Character
BC412 Length Control
This feature specifies either variable length decoding or fixed length decoding
for the BC412 symbology.
Variable Length: For variable length decoding, a minimum and maximum length
may be set.
Fixed Length: For fixed length decoding, two different lengths may be set.
$CBCLC00
DEFAULT
BC412 Length Control = Variable Length
$CBCLC01
BC412 Length Control = Fixed Length
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Enter/Exit Programming Mode
BC412
BC412 Set Length 1
This feature specifies one of the bar code lengths for BC412 Length Control on
page 197. Length 1 is the minimum label length if in Variable Length on page
197 Mode, or the first fixed length if in Fixed Length on page 197 Mode. Length
includes the bar code’s data characters only.
The length can be set from 01 to 50 characters. See "Set Length 1" on page 260
for more detailed programming instructions.
$CBCL1
To configure this feature, scan the ENTER/EXIT bar code
above, then the bar code at left followed by digits from
the Alphanumeric characters in Appendix D, Keypad representing your desired character(s). End by
scanning the ENTER/EXIT bar code again.
Select BC412 Set Length 1 Setting
~
Make a mistake? Scan the CANCEL bar code to abort and
not save the entry string. You can then start again at the
beginning.
CANCEL
DEFAULT
198
01 = Length 1 is 1 Character
Heron™ HD3430
1D Symbologies
Enter/Exit Programming Mode
BC412 Set Length 2
This feature specifies one of the bar code lengths for BC412 Length Control on
page 197. Length 2 is the maximum label length if in Variable Length on page
197 Mode, or the second fixed length if in Fixed Length on page 197 Mode.
Length includes the bar code’s check, data, and full-ASCII shift characters. The
length does not include start/stop characters.
The length can be set from 1 to 50 characters. A setting of 00 specifies to
ignore this length (only one fixed length). See "Set Length 2" on page 262 for
more detailed programming instructions.
$CBCL2
To configure this feature, scan the ENTER/EXIT bar code
above, then the bar code at left followed by digits from
the Alphanumeric characters in Appendix D, Keypad representing your desired character(s). End by
scanning the ENTER/EXIT bar code again.
Select BC412 Length 2 Setting
~
Make a mistake? Scan the CANCEL bar code to abort and
not save the entry string. You can then start again at the
beginning.
CANCEL
DEFAULT
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50 = Length 2 is 50 Characters
199
Enter/Exit Programming Mode
BC412
NOTES
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2D Global Features
• 2D Maximum Decoding Time on page 202 •
•
2D Structured Append on page 203
2D Normal/Inverse Symbol Control on
page 203
The reader supports the following 2D symbologies (bar code types). Symbology-dependent options for each symbology are included in this chapter. See
"1D Symbologies" starting on page 113 for configuration of 1D bar codes.
2D Symbologies
• Aztec Code on page 204
• China Sensible Code on page 207
• Data Matrix on page 210
• Maxicode on page 213
• PDF417 on page 216
•
•
•
•
•
Micro PDF417 on page 219
QR Code on page 222
Micro QR Code on page 225
UCC Composite on page 228
Postal Code Selection on page 230
2D Global Features
The following features are common to all, or in some cases, most of the available 2D symbologies. Default settings are indicated at each feature/option with
a green arrow. Also reference Appendix B, Standard Defaults for a listing of the
most widely used set of standard factory settings. That section also provides
space to record any custom settings needed or implemented for your system.
To set most features:
1. Scan the ENTER/EXIT PROGRAMMING bar code at the top of applicable
programming pages.
2. Scan the correct bar code to set the desired programming feature or
parameter. You may need to cover unused bar codes on the page, and
possibly the facing page, to ensure that the reader reads only the bar code
you intend to scan.
3. If additional input parameters are needed, go to Appendix D, Keypad, and
scan the appropriate characters from the keypad.
Additional information about many features can be found in the “References” chapter.
NOTE
If you make a mistake before the last character, scan the CANCEL bar code to abort and not save
the entry string. You can then start again at the beginning.
Complete the programming sequence by scanning the ENTER/EXIT PROGRAMMING bar code to exit Programming Mode.
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Enter/Exit Programming Mode
2D Global Features
2D Maximum Decoding Time
This feature specifies the maximum amount of time the software will spend
attempting to decode a 2D label. The selectable range is 10 milliseconds to
2.55 milliseconds.
$CDETM0A(CR)
2D Maximum Decoding Time = 100 msec
$CDETM32(CR)
2D Maximum Decoding Time = 200 msec
$CDETM23(CR)
DEFAULT
2D Maximum Decoding Time = 350 msec
$CDETM80(CR)
2D Maximum Decoding Time = 500 msec
$CDETM16(CR)
2D Maximum Decoding Time = 1 Second
$CDETMC8(CR)
2D Maximum Decoding Time = 2 Seconds
$CDETMFF(CR)
2D Maximum Decoding Time = 2.55 Seconds
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2D Symbologies
Enter/Exit Programming Mode
2D Structured Append
Enables/disables ability of reader to append multiple 2D Codes labels in a
structured format. The structured append property is globally applied to the
following symbologies, if these are enabled:
•
•
Data Matrix
QR Code
•
•
Aztec
PDF 417
$CDESA00(CR)
DEFAULT
Structured Append = Disable
$CDESA01(CR)
Structured Append = Enable
2D Normal/Inverse Symbol Control
Specifies the options available for decoding normal/negative printed 2D symbols. This configuration item applies globally to all the 2D symbologies that
support that feature according to Standard AIM Specification: Data Matrix, QR,
MicroQR, Aztec and Chinese Sensible Code.
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Enter/Exit Programming Mode
Aztec Code
Symbology Selection
Aztec Code
Aztec Code Enable / Disable
Enables/disables the ability of the reader to decode Aztec Code labels.
$CAZEN00(CR)
DEFAULT
Aztec Code = Disable
$CAZEN01(CR)
Aztec Code = Enable
Aztec Code Length Control
This feature specifies either variable length decoding or fixed length decoding
for this symbology.
Variable Length: For variable length decoding, a minimum and maximum length
may be set.
Fixed Length: For fixed length decoding, two different lengths may be set.
$CAZLC00(CR)
DEFAULT
Aztec Code Length Control = Variable Length
$CAZLC01(CR)
Aztec Code Length Control = Fixed Length
204
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Symbology Selection
Enter/Exit Programming Mode
Aztec Code Set Length 1
Specifies one of the bar code lengths for Aztec Code Length Control on page
204. Length 1 is the minimum label length if in Variable Length Mode, or the
first fixed length if in Fixed Length Mode. Characters can be set from 0001 to
3,832 characters in increments of 0001 (pad with zeroes).
See page 260 for detailed instructions on setting this feature.
To configure this feature, scan the ENTER/EXIT PROGRAMMING MODE bar code above, then the bar code at
left followed by the digits from the Alphanumeric characters in Appendix D, Keypad representing your
desired character(s). End by scanning the ENTER/EXIT
bar code again.
$CAZL1
Select Aztec Code Length 1 Setting
Make a mistake? Scan the CANCEL bar code to abort and
not save the entry string. You can then start again at the
beginning.
~
CANCEL
DEFAULT
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0001 = Length 1 is 1 Character
205
Enter/Exit Programming Mode
Aztec Code
Aztec Code Set Length 2
This feature specifies one of the bar code lengths for Aztec Code Length Control on page 204. Length 2 is the maximum label length if in Variable Length
Mode, or the second fixed length if in Fixed Length Mode. Characters can be set
from 0001 to 3,832 characters in increments of 0001 (pad with zeroes).
See page 262 for detailed instructions on setting this feature.
To configure this feature, scan the ENTER/EXIT PROGRAMMING MODE bar code above, then the bar code at
left followed by the digits from the Alphanumeric characters in Appendix D, Keypad representing your
desired character(s). End by scanning the ENTER/EXIT
bar code again.
$CAZL2
Select Aztec Code Length 2 Setting
Make a mistake? Scan the CANCEL bar code to abort and
not save the entry string. You can then start again at the
beginning.
~
CANCEL
DEFAULT
206
Length 2 is 3,832 Characters
Heron™ HD3430
Symbology Selection
Enter/Exit Programming Mode
China Sensible Code
China Sensible Code Enable / Disable
Enables/disables the ability of the reader to decode China Sensible Code labels.
$CCSEN00(CR)
DEFAULT
China Sensible Code = Disable
$CCSEN01(CR)
China Sensible Code = Enable
China Sensible Code Length Control
This feature specifies either variable length decoding or fixed length decoding
for this symbology.
Variable Length: For variable length decoding, a minimum and maximum length
may be set.
Fixed Length: For fixed length decoding, two different lengths may be set.
$CCSLC00(CR)
DEFAULT
China Sensible Code Length Control = Variable Length
$CCSLC01(CR)
China Sensible Code Length Control = Fixed Length
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Enter/Exit Programming Mode
China Sensible Code
China Sensible Code Set Length 1
Specifies one of the bar code lengths for China Sensible Code Length Control
on page 207. Length 1 is the minimum label length if in Variable Length Mode,
or the first fixed length if in Fixed Length Mode. Characters can be set from
0001 to 7,827 characters in increments of 0001 (pad with zeroes).
See page 260 for detailed instructions on setting this feature.
To configure this feature, scan the ENTER/EXIT PROGRAMMING MODE bar code above, then the bar code at
left followed by the digits from the Alphanumeric characters in Appendix D, Keypad representing your
desired character(s). End by scanning the ENTER/EXIT
bar code again.
$CCSL1
Select China Sensible Code Length 1 Setting
Make a mistake? Scan the CANCEL bar code to abort and
not save the entry string. You can then start again at the
beginning.
~
CANCEL
DEFAULT
208
0001 = Length 1 is 1 Character
Heron™ HD3430
Symbology Selection
Enter/Exit Programming Mode
China Sensible Code Set Length 2
This feature specifies one of the bar code lengths for China Sensible Code
Length Control on page 207. Length 2 is the maximum label length if in Variable Length Mode, or the second fixed length if in Fixed Length Mode. Characters can be set from 0001 to 7,827 characters in increments of 0001 (pad with
zeroes).
See page 262 for detailed instructions on setting this feature.
To configure this feature, scan the ENTER/EXIT PROGRAMMING MODE bar code above, then the bar code at
left followed by the digits from the Alphanumeric characters in Appendix D, Keypad representing your
desired character(s). End by scanning the ENTER/EXIT
bar code again.
$CCSL2
Select China Sensible Code Length 2 Setting
Make a mistake? Scan the CANCEL bar code to abort and
not save the entry string. You can then start again at the
beginning.
~
CANCEL
DEFAULT
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Length 2 is 7,827 Characters
209
Enter/Exit Programming Mode
Data Matrix
Data Matrix
Data Matrix Enable / Disable
Enables/disables ability of reader to decode Data Matrix labels.
$CDMEN00(CR)
Data Matrix = Disable
$CDMEN01(CR)
DEFAULT
Data Matrix = Enable
Data Matrix Square/Rectangular Style
Specifies the options available when reading Data Matrix with different form
factors. Choices are:
• Square Style
• Rectangular Style
• Both Square and Rectangular Style
The configuration item can also be configured as a bit mask to filter one or
more Data Matrix labels with different symbol size AND shape styles.
$CDMDM3FFF0BD
Data Matrix Dimensions Mask = Square Style
$CDMDM0000420
Data Matrix Dimensions Mask = Rectangular Style
$CDMD03FFFFFF
DEFAULT
210
Data Matrix Dimensions Mask =
Both Square and Rectangular Style
Heron™ HD3430
Symbology Selection
Enter/Exit Programming Mode
Data Matrix Length Control
This feature specifies either variable length decoding or fixed length decoding
for this symbology.
Variable Length: For variable length decoding, a minimum and maximum length
may be set.
Fixed Length: For fixed length decoding, two different lengths may be set.
$CDMLC00(CR)
DEFAULT
Data Matrix Length Control = Variable Length
$CDMLC01(CR)
Data Matrix Length Control = Fixed Length
Data Matrix Set Length 1
Specifies one of the bar code lengths for Data Matrix Length Control on page
211. Length 1 is the minimum label length if in Variable Length Mode, or the
first fixed length if in Fixed Length Mode. Characters can be set from 0001 to
3,116 characters in increments of 0001 (pad with zeroes).
See page 260 for detailed instructions on setting this feature.
To configure this feature, scan the ENTER/EXIT PROGRAMMING MODE bar code above, then the bar code at
left followed by the digits from the Alphanumeric characters in Appendix D, Keypad representing your
desired character(s). End by scanning the ENTER/EXIT
bar code again.
$CDML1
Select Data Matrix Length 1 Setting
Make a mistake? Scan the CANCEL bar code to abort and
not save the entry string. You can then start again at the
beginning.
~
CANCEL
DEFAULT
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0001 = Length 1 is 1 Character
211
Enter/Exit Programming Mode
Data Matrix
Data Matrix Set Length 2
This feature specifies one of the bar code lengths for Data Matrix Length Control on page 211. Length 2 is the maximum label length if in Variable Length
Mode, or the second fixed length if in Fixed Length Mode. Characters can be set
from 0001 to 3,116 characters in increments of 0001 (pad with zeroes).
See page 262 for detailed instructions on setting this feature.
To configure this feature, scan the ENTER/EXIT PROGRAMMING MODE bar code above, then the bar code at
left followed by the digits from the Alphanumeric characters in Appendix D, Keypad representing your
desired character(s). End by scanning the ENTER/EXIT
bar code again.
$CDML2
Select Data Matrix Length 2 Setting
Make a mistake? Scan the CANCEL bar code to abort and
not save the entry string. You can then start again at the
beginning.
~
CANCEL
DEFAULT
212
Length 2 is 3,116 Characters
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Symbology Selection
Enter/Exit Programming Mode
Maxicode
Maxicode Enable / Disable
Enables/disables ability of reader to decode Maxicode labels.
$CMXEN00(CR)
DEFAULT
Maxicode = Disable
$CMXEN01(CR)
Maxicode = Enable
Maxicode Primary Message Transmission
Enables/disables the transmission of only the Primary Message when the
Secondary Message is not readable.
$CMXPT00(CR)
DEFAULT
Maxicode Primary Message Transmission = Disable
$CMXPT01(CR)
Maxicode Primary Message Transmission = Enable
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Enter/Exit Programming Mode
Maxicode
Maxicode Length Control
This feature specifies either variable length decoding or fixed length decoding
for this symbology.
Variable Length: For variable length decoding, a minimum and maximum length
may be set.
Fixed Length: For fixed length decoding, two different lengths may be set.
$CMXLC00(CR)
DEFAULT
Maxicode Length Control = Variable Length
$CMXLC01(CR)
Maxicode Length Control = Fixed Length
Maxicode Set Length 1
Specifies one of the bar code lengths for Maxicode Length Control on page 214.
Length 1 is the minimum label length if in Variable Length Mode, or the first
fixed length if in Fixed Length Mode. Characters can be set from 0001 to 0145
characters in increments of 0001 (pad with zeroes).
See page 260 for detailed instructions on setting this feature.
To configure this feature, scan the ENTER/EXIT PROGRAMMING MODE bar code above, then the bar code at
left followed by the digits from the Alphanumeric characters in Appendix D, Keypad representing your
desired character(s). End by scanning the ENTER/EXIT
bar code again.
$CMXL1
Select Maxicode Length 1 Setting
Make a mistake? Scan the CANCEL bar code to abort and
not save the entry string. You can then start again at the
beginning.
~
CANCEL
DEFAULT
214
0001 = Length 1 is 1 Character
Heron™ HD3430
Symbology Selection
Enter/Exit Programming Mode
Maxicode Set Length 2
This feature specifies one of the bar code lengths for Maxicode Length Control
on page 214. Length 2 is the maximum label length if in Variable Length Mode,
or the second fixed length if in Fixed Length Mode. Characters can be set from
0001 to 0145 characters in increments of 0001 (pad with zeroes).
See page 262 for detailed instructions on setting this feature.
To configure this feature, scan the ENTER/EXIT PROGRAMMING MODE bar code above, then the bar code at
left followed by the digits from the Alphanumeric characters in Appendix D, Keypad representing your
desired character(s). End by scanning the ENTER/EXIT
bar code again.
$CMXL2
Select Maxicode Length 2 Setting
Make a mistake? Scan the CANCEL bar code to abort and
not save the entry string. You can then start again at the
beginning.
~
CANCEL
DEFAULT
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Length 2 is 0145 Characters
215
Enter/Exit Programming Mode
PDF417
PDF417
PDF417 Enable / Disable
Enables/disables the ability of the reader to decode PDF417 labels.
$CP4EN00(CR)
PDF417 = Disable
$CP4EN01(CR)
DEFAULT
PDF417 = Enable
PDF417 Length Control
This feature specifies either variable length decoding or fixed length decoding
for this symbology.
Variable Length: For variable length decoding, a minimum and maximum length
may be set.
Fixed Length: For fixed length decoding, two different lengths may be set.
$CP4LC00(CR)
DEFAULT
PDF417 Length Control = Variable Length
$CP4LC01(CR)
PDF417 Length Control = Fixed Length
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Symbology Selection
Enter/Exit Programming Mode
PDF417 Set Length 1
Specifies one of the bar code lengths for PDF417 Length Control on page 216.
Length 1 is the minimum label length if in Variable Length Mode, or the first
fixed length if in Fixed Length Mode. Length includes the bar code’s data characters only. Characters can be set from 0001 to 2,710 characters (pad with
zeroes) in increments of 01. Any value greater than 2,710 will be considered to
be 2,710.
See page 260 for detailed instructions on setting this feature.
To configure this feature, scan the ENTER/EXIT PROGRAMMING MODE bar code above, then the bar code at
left followed by the digits from the Alphanumeric characters in Appendix D, Keypad representing your
desired character(s). End by scanning the ENTER/EXIT
bar code again.
$CP4L1
Select PDF417 Length 1 Setting
Make a mistake? Scan the CANCEL bar code to abort and
not save the entry string. You can then start again at the
beginning.
~
CANCEL
DEFAULT
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0001 = Length 1 is 1 Character
217
Enter/Exit Programming Mode
PDF417
PDF417 Set Length 2
This feature specifies one of the bar code lengths for PDF417 Length Control on
page 216. Length 2 is the maximum label length if in Variable Length Mode, or
the second fixed length if in Fixed Length Mode. Length includes the bar code’s
check, data, and full-ASCII shift characters. The length does not include start/
stop characters. Characters can be set from 01 to 2,710 characters (pad with
zeroes) in increments of 01. Any value greater than 2,710 will be considered to
be 2,710.
See page 262 for detailed instructions on setting this feature.
To configure this feature, scan the ENTER/EXIT PROGRAMMING MODE bar code above, then the bar code at
left followed by the digits from the Alphanumeric characters in Appendix D, Keypad representing your
desired character(s). End by scanning the ENTER/EXIT
bar code again.
$CP4L2
Select PDF417 Length 2 Setting
Make a mistake? Scan the CANCEL bar code to abort and
not save the entry string. You can then start again at the
beginning.
~
CANCEL
DEFAULT
218
Length 2 is 2,710 Characters
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Symbology Selection
Enter/Exit Programming Mode
Micro PDF417
Micro PDF417 Enable / Disable
Enables/disables the ability of the reader to decode Micro PDF417 labels.
$CMIEN00(CR)
DEFAULT
Micro PDF417 = Disable
$CMIEN01(CR)
Micro PDF417 = Enable
Micro PDF417 Code 128 GS1-128 Emulation
Specifies which AIM ID to use for MicroPDF labels when doing Code 128 or GS1128 emulation.
Emulation choices are:
• Micro PDF AIM ID and label type
• Code 128 / EAN128 AIM Id and label type
$CMIU800(CR)
DEFAULT
Micro PDF417 Code 128 GS1-128 Emulation =
Micro PDF AIM ID and label type
$CMIU801(CR)
Micro PDF417 Code 128 GS1-128 Emulation =
Code 128 / EAN128 AIM ID and label type
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Enter/Exit Programming Mode
Micro PDF417
Micro PDF417 Length Control
This feature specifies either variable length decoding or fixed length decoding
for this symbology.
Variable Length: For variable length decoding, a minimum and maximum length
may be set.
Fixed Length: For fixed length decoding, two different lengths may be set.
$CMILC00(CR)
DEFAULT
Micro PDF417 Length Control = Variable Length
$CMILC01(CR)
Micro PDF417 Length Control = Fixed Length
Micro PDF417 Set Length 1
Specifies one of the bar code lengths for Micro PDF417 Length Control on page
220. Length 1 is the minimum label length if in Variable Length Mode, or the
first fixed length if in Fixed Length Mode. Length includes the bar code’s data
characters only. Characters can be set from 0001 to 0366 characters (pad with
zeroes) in increments of 01. Any value greater than 0366 will be considered to
be 0366.
See page 260 for detailed instructions on setting this feature.
To configure this feature, scan the ENTER/EXIT PROGRAMMING MODE bar code above, then the bar code at
left followed by the digits from the Alphanumeric characters in Appendix D, Keypad representing your
desired character(s). End by scanning the ENTER/EXIT
bar code again.
$CMIL1
Select Micro PDF417 Length 1 Setting
Make a mistake? Scan the CANCEL bar code to abort and
not save the entry string. You can then start again at the
beginning.
~
CANCEL
DEFAULT
220
0001 = Length 1 is 1 Character
Heron™ HD3430
Symbology Selection
Enter/Exit Programming Mode
Micro PDF417 Set Length 2
This feature specifies one of the bar code lengths for Micro PDF417 Length
Control on page 220. Length 2 is the maximum label length if in Variable
Length Mode, or the second fixed length if in Fixed Length includes the bar
code’s data characters only. Characters can be set from 0001 to 0366 characters (pad with zeroes) in increments of 01. Any value greater than 0366 will be
considered to be 0366.
See page 262 for detailed instructions on setting this feature.
To configure this feature, scan the ENTER/EXIT PROGRAMMING MODE bar code above, then the bar code at
left followed by the digits from the Alphanumeric characters in Appendix D, Keypad representing your
desired character(s). End by scanning the ENTER/EXIT
bar code again.
$CMIL2
Select Micro PDF417 Length 2 Setting
Make a mistake? Scan the CANCEL bar code to abort and
not save the entry string. You can then start again at the
beginning.
~
CANCEL
DEFAULT
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Length 2 is 0366 Characters
221
Enter/Exit Programming Mode
QR Code
QR Code
QR Code Enable / Disable
Enables/disables the ability of the reader to decode QR Code labels.
$CQREN00(CR)
QR Code = Disable
$CQREN01(CR)
DEFAULT
QR Code = Enable
QR Code Length Control
This feature specifies either variable length decoding or fixed length decoding
for this symbology.
Variable Length: For variable length decoding, a minimum and maximum length
may be set.
Fixed Length: For fixed length decoding, two different lengths may be set.
$CQRLC00(CR)
DEFAULT
QR Code Length Control = Variable Length
$CQRLC01(CR)
QR Code Length Control = Fixed Length
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Symbology Selection
Enter/Exit Programming Mode
QR Code Set Length 1
Specifies one of the bar code lengths for QR Code Length Control on page 222.
Length 1 is the minimum label length if in Variable Length Mode, or the first
fixed length if in Fixed Length Mode. Characters can be set from 0001 to 7,089
characters in increments of 0001 (pad with zeroes).
See page 260 for detailed instructions on setting this feature.
To configure this feature, scan the ENTER/EXIT PROGRAMMING MODE bar code above, then the bar code at
left followed by the digits from the Alphanumeric characters in Appendix D, Keypad representing your
desired character(s). End by scanning the ENTER/EXIT
bar code again.
$CQRL1
Select QR Code Length 1 Setting
Make a mistake? Scan the CANCEL bar code to abort and
not save the entry string. You can then start again at the
beginning.
~
CANCEL
DEFAULT
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0001 = Length 1 is 1 Character
223
Enter/Exit Programming Mode
QR Code
QR Code Set Length 2
This feature specifies one of the bar code lengths for QR Code Length Control
on page 222. Length 2 is the maximum label length if in Variable Length Mode,
or the second fixed length if in Fixed Length Mode. Characters can be set from
0001 to 7,089 characters in increments of 0001 (pad with zeroes).
See page 262 for detailed instructions on setting this feature.
To configure this feature, scan the ENTER/EXIT PROGRAMMING MODE bar code above, then the bar code at
left followed by the digits from the Alphanumeric characters in Appendix D, Keypad representing your
desired character(s). End by scanning the ENTER/EXIT
bar code again.
$CQRL2
Select QR Code Length 2 Setting
Make a mistake? Scan the CANCEL bar code to abort and
not save the entry string. You can then start again at the
beginning.
~
CANCEL
DEFAULT
224
Length 2 is 7,089 Characters
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Symbology Selection
Enter/Exit Programming Mode
Micro QR Code
Micro QR Code Enable/Disable
Enables/disables the ability of the reader to decode Micro QR Code labels.
MQEN00
DEFAULT
Micro QR Code = Disable
MQEN01
Micro QR Code = Enable
Micro QR Code Length Control
This feature specifies either variable length decoding or fixed length decoding
for this symbology.
Variable Length: For variable length decoding, a minimum and maximum length
may be set.
Fixed Length: For fixed length decoding, two different lengths may be set.
$CMQLC00(CR)
DEFAULT
Micro QR Code Length Control = Variable Length
$CMQLC01(CR)
Micro QR Code Length Control = Fixed Length
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Enter/Exit Programming Mode
Micro QR Code
Micro QR Code Set Length 1
Specifies one of the bar code lengths for Micro QR Code Length Control on page
225. Length 1 is the minimum label length if in Variable Length Mode, or the
first fixed length if in Fixed Length Mode. Characters can be set from 0001 to
0035 characters in increments of 0001 (pad with zeroes).
See page 260 for detailed instructions on setting this feature.
To configure this feature, scan the ENTER/EXIT PROGRAMMING MODE bar code above, then the bar code at
left followed by the digits from the Alphanumeric characters in Appendix D, Keypad representing your
desired character(s). End by scanning the ENTER/EXIT
bar code again.
$CMQL1
Select Micro QR Code Length 1 Setting
Make a mistake? Scan the CANCEL bar code to abort and
not save the entry string. You can then start again at the
beginning.
~
CANCEL
DEFAULT
226
0001 = Length 1 is 1 Character
Heron™ HD3430
Symbology Selection
Enter/Exit Programming Mode
Micro QR Code Set Length 2
This feature specifies one of the bar code lengths for Micro QR Code Length
Control on page 225. Length 2 is the maximum label length if in Variable
Length Mode, or the second fixed length if in Fixed Length Mode. Characters
can be set from 0001 to 0035 characters in increments of 0001 (pad with
zeroes).
See page 262 for detailed instructions on setting this feature.
To configure this feature, scan the ENTER/EXIT PROGRAMMING MODE bar code above, then the bar code at
left followed by the digits from the Alphanumeric characters in Appendix D, Keypad representing your
desired character(s). End by scanning the ENTER/EXIT
bar code again.
$CMQL2
Select QR Code Length 2 Setting
Make a mistake? Scan the CANCEL bar code to abort and
not save the entry string. You can then start again at the
beginning.
~
CANCEL
DEFAULT
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Length 2 is 0035 Characters
227
Enter/Exit Programming Mode
UCC Composite
UCC Composite
UCC Composite Enable / Disable
Enables/disables the ability of the reader to decode the stacked part of a UCC
Composite label.
This feature is not effective when Global AIM IDs are enabled (see "Global AIM ID" on
page 55).
NOTE
$CCMEN00(CR)
DEFAULT
UCC Composite = Disable
$CCMEN01(CR)
UCC Composite = Enable
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Symbology Selection
Enter/Exit Programming Mode
UCC Optional Composite Timer
Specifies the amount of time the system will wait for the stacked part of a UCC
Composite label before transmitting the linear label without an add-on.
$CCMOT00(CR)
DEFAULT
UCC Optional Composite Timer = Timer Disabled
$CCMOT01(CR)
UCC Optional Composite Timer = 100msec
$CCMOT02(CR)
UCC Optional Composite Timer = 200msec
$CCMOT03(CR)
UCC Optional Composite Timer = 300msec
$CCMOT04(CR)
UCC Optional Composite Timer = 400msec
$CCMOT05(CR)
UCC Optional Composite Timer = 500msec
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Enter/Exit Programming Mode
Postal Code Selection
Postal Code Selection
Enables/disables the ability of the scanner to decode labels of a specific postal
symbology.
•
•
•
•
•
Disable All Postal Codes
Postnet
Planet
Royal Mail
Kix
•
•
•
•
•
Australia Post
Japan Post
IMB
Sweden Post
Portugal Post
$CPOEN00(CR)
DEFAULT
Postal Code Selection = Disable All Postal Codes
$CPOEN01(CR)
Postal Code Selection = Enable Postnet
$CPOEN02(CR)
Postal Code Selection = Enable Planet
$CPOEN03(CR)
Postal Code Selection = Enable Royal Mail
$CPOEN04(CR)
Postal Code Selection = Enable Kix
$CPOEN05(CR)
Postal Code Selection = Enable Australia Post
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Symbology Selection
Enter/Exit Programming Mode
Postal Code Selection (continued)
$CPOEN06(CR)
Postal Code Selection = Enable Japan Post
$CPOEN07(CR)
Postal Code Selection = Enable IMB
$CPOEN08(CR)
Postal Code Selection = Enable Sweden Post
$CPOEN09(CR)
Postal Code Selection = Enable Portugal Post
Postnet BB Control
Controls the ability of the scanner to decode B and B' fields of Postnet labels.
$CPOBB00(CR)
DEFAULT
Postnet BB Control = Disable
$CPOBB01(CR)
Postnet BB Control = Enable
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Symbology Selection
NOTES
232
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Chapter 4
References
This section contains explanations and examples of selected bar code features.
See "Configuration Using Bar Codes" starting on page 19 for the actual bar code
labels used to configure the scanner.
RS-232 PARAMETERS on page 234
• RS-232 Only on page 234
• RS-232/USB COM Parameters on page 235
KEYBOARD INTERFACE on page 242
• Wedge Quiet Interval on page 242
• Intercharacter Delay on page 243
• Intercode Delay on page 244
DATA FORMAT on page 245
• Data Editing on page 245
• Global Prefix/Suffix on page 246
• Global AIM ID on page 247
• Label ID on page 248
• Character Conversion on page 252
READING PARAMETERS on page 253
• RGB LED Features on page 253
• RGB LED Features on page 253
• Scanning Features on page 256
SCANNING FEATURES on page 256
• Scan Mode on page 256
• Scanning Active Time on page 257
• Flash On Time on page 258
• Flash Off Time on page 259
SYMBOLOGIES on page 260
• Set Length on page 260
• Set Length on page 260
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References
RS-232 Parameters
RS-232 Only
Baud Rate
Baud rate is the number of bits of data transmitted per second. Set the scanner's baud rate to match the baud rate setting of the host device. With an
improper baud rate setting, data may not reach the host correctly.
Data Bits
This parameter allows the reader to interface with devices requiring a 7-bit or
8-bit ASCII protocol for sending and receiving data.
Stop Bits
The stop bit(s) at the end of each transmitted character marks the end of transmission of one character and prepares the receiving device for the next character in the serial data stream. The number of stop bits selected (one or two)
depends on the number the receiving terminal is programmed to accommodate. Set the number of stop bits to match host device requirements.
Parity
This feature specifies parity required for sending and receiving data. A parity
check bit is the most significant bit of each ASCII coded character. Select the
parity type according to host device requirements.
• Select None when no parity bit is required.
• Select Odd parity and the parity bit value is set to 0 or 1, based on data, to
ensure that an odd number of 1 bits are contained in the coded character.
• Select Even parity and the parity bit value is set to 0 or 1, based on data, to
ensure that an even number of 1 bits are contained in the coded character.
Handshaking Control
The data interface consists of an RS-232 port designed to operate either with
or without the hardware handshaking lines, Request to Send (RTS), and Clear to
Send (CTS). Handshaking Control includes the following options:
• RTS — RTS is asserted during transmissions. CTS is ignored.
• RTS/CTS — RTS is asserted during transmissions. CTS gates transmissions.
• RTS/XON/XOFF — RTS is asserted during transmissions. CTS is ignored.
XON and XOFF gate transmissions.
• RTS On/CTS — RTS is always asserted. CTS gates transmissions.
• RTS/CTS Scan Control — RTS is asserted during transmissions. CTS gates
transmissions and controls enable and disable state of scanner.
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RS-232 Parameters
RS-232/USB COM Parameters
Intercharacter Delay
This parameter specifies the intercharacter delay between the end of one character and the beginning of the next. The delay can be set within a range of zero
(0) to 990 milliseconds in 10ms increments. A setting of zero specifies no
delay.
To set the delay:
1. Determine the desired setting in milliseconds.
2. Divide the desired setting by 10 (setting is in 10ms increments). Pad the
result with leading zeroes to yield two digits. For example: 0 = 00, 5 = 05,
20 = 20, etc.
3. Scan the ENTER/EXIT PROGRAMMING MODE bar code to enter Programming Mode.
4. Go to page 30 and scan the bar code: SELECT INTERCHARACTER DELAY
SETTING.
5. Scan the appropriate two digits from the keypad in Appendix D, Keypad, that
represent the duration which was determined in the steps above. You will
hear a two-beep indication after the last character.
NOTE
If you make a mistake before the last character, scan the CANCEL bar code
to abort and not save the entry string. You can then start again at the
beginning.
6. Scan the ENTER/EXIT PROGRAMMING MODE bar code to exit.
This completes the procedure. See the following table for examples of how to
set this feature.
Table 2. Intercharacter Delay Setting Examples
STEP
ACTION
1
Desired Setting
2
Divide by 10 (pad with
leading zeroes to yield twodigits)
3
Scan ENTER/EXIT PROGRAMMING MODE
4
Scan SELECT INTERCHARACTER DELAY SETTING
5
Scan Two Characters From
Appendix D, Keypad
6
Scan ENTER/EXIT PROGRAMMING MODE
Product Reference Guide
EXAMPLES
50ms
150ms
600ms
850ms
05
15
60
85
‘1’ and 5’
‘6’ and ‘0’
‘8’ and ‘5’
‘0’ and ‘5’
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References
ACK NAK Options
This enables/disables the ability of the scanner to support the RS-232 ACK/
NAK protocol. When configured, the scanner and/or host sends an “ACK” when
it receives data properly, and sends “NAK” when the data is in error.
Options are:
• Disable
• Enable for label transmission — The scanner expects an ACK/NAK
response from the host when a label is sent
• Enable for host-command acknowledge — The scanner will respond with
ACK/NAK when the host sends a command
• Enable for label transmission and host-command acknowledge
ACK Character
This setting specifies an ASCII character or hex value to be used as the ACK
character. ASCII characters or any hex value from 0 to 0xFF can be selected.
NOTE
Setting to previously defined characters such as XON, XOFF, or host commands conflicts with normal operation of these characters. 8-bit data is
not recognized when the option Data Bits on page 24 has been set as 7
Data Bits.
1. Determine the desired character or value.
2. Use the ASCII Chart on page 299 on the inside back cover of this manual to
find the hex equivalent for the desired character/value.
3. Go to page 33 and scan ENTER/EXIT PROGRAMMING MODE to enter Programming Mode.
4. Scan the bar code: SELECT ACK CHARACTER SETTING.
5. Scan the appropriate two alphanumeric characters from the keypad in
Appendix D, Keypad, that represent the desired character/value determined
above. The second character will cause a two-beep indication.
6. Scan the ENTER/EXIT PROGRAMMING MODE bar code to exit.
See the table below for examples of how to set this feature.
Table 3. ACK Character Setting Examples
STEP
ACTION
1
Desired Character/Value
ACK
$
@
>
2
Hex equivalent from ASCII
Chart on page 299
0x06
0x24
0x40
0x3E
3
Scan ENTER/EXIT PROGRAMMING MODE
4
Scan SELECT ACK CHARACTER SETTING
5
Scan Two Characters from
Appendix D, Keypad
‘2’ and ‘4’
‘4’ and ‘0’
‘3’ AND ‘E’
6
Scan ENTER/EXIT PROGRAMMING MODE
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EXAMPLES
‘0’ and ‘6’
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RS-232 Parameters
NAK Character
This setting specifies an ASCII character or hex value to be used as the NAK
character. ASCII characters or any hex value from 0 to 0xFF can be selected.
NOTE
Setting to previously defined characters such as XON, XOFF, or
host commands conflicts with normal operation of these characters. 8-bit data is not recognized when the option Data Bits
on page 24 has been set as 7 Data Bits.
To set this feature:
1. Determine the desired character or value.
2. Use the ASCII Chart on page 299 on the inside back cover of this manual to
find the hex equivalent for the desired character/value.
3. Scan the ENTER/EXIT PROGRAMMING MODE bar code to enter Programming Mode.
4. Scan the bar code: SELECT NAK CHARACTER SETTING.
5. Scan the appropriate two alpha-numeric characters from the keypad in
Appendix D, Keypad, that represent the desired character/value determined
above. The second character will cause a two-beep indication.
6. Scan the ENTER/EXIT PROGRAMMING MODE bar code to exit Programming
Mode.
This completes the procedure. See the table below for examples of how to set
this feature.
Table 4. NAK Character Setting Examples
STEP
ACTION
1
Desired Character/Value
NAK
$
@
>
2
Hex equivalent
0x15
0x24
0x40
0x3E
3
Scan ENTER/EXIT PROGRAMMING MODE
4
Scan SELECT NAK CHARACTER SETTING
5
Scan Two Characters From
Appendix D, Keypad
‘2’ and ‘4’
‘4’ and ‘0’
‘3’ AND ‘E’
6
Scan ENTER/EXIT PROGRAMMING MODE
Product Reference Guide
EXAMPLES
‘1’ and ‘5’
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ACK NAK Timeout Value
This option specifies the amount of time the scanner waits for an ACK character
from the host following label transmission. The selectable timeout range is 200
milliseconds to 15,000ms (15 seconds) in 200ms increments. A selection of 0
disables the timeout.
To set this value:
1. Determine the desired setting in milliseconds.
2. Divide the desired setting by 200 (setting is in 200ms increments). Pad the
result with leading zeroes to yield two digits. For example: 0 = 00, 5 = 05,
20 = 20, etc.
3. Go to page 34 and scan the ENTER/EXIT PROGRAMMING MODE bar code to
enter Programming Mode.
4. Scan the bar code: SELECT ACK NAK TIMEOUT VALUE SETTING.
5. Scan the appropriate two digits from the keypad in Appendix D, Keypad, that
represent the duration which was determined in the steps above. You will
hear a two-beep indication after the last character.
NOTE
If you make a mistake before the last character, scan the CANCEL bar
code to abort and not save the entry string. You can then start again
at the beginning.
6. Scan the ENTER/EXIT PROGRAMMING MODE bar code to exit Programming
Mode.
This completes the procedure. See the table below for examples of how to set
this feature.
Table 5. ACK NAK Timeout Value Setting Examples
STEP
ACTION
1
Desired Setting
2
Divide by 200
3
Scan ENTER/EXIT PROGRAMMING MODE
4
Scan SELECT ACK NAK TIMEOUT VALUE SETTING
5
Scan Two Characters From
Appendix D, Keypad
6
Scan ENTER/EXIT PROGRAMMING MODE
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EXAMPLES
200ms
1,000ms (1 sec.) 5200ms (5.2 sec.)
01
‘0’ and ‘1’
15,000ms (15 sec.)
05
26
75
‘0’ and ‘5’
‘2’ and ‘6’
‘7’ and ‘5’
Heron™ HD3430
RS-232 Parameters
ACK NAK Retry Count
This feature specifies the number of times the scanner retries a label transmission due to a retry condition. The selectable range is from 1 to 254 retries. A
selection of 0 disables the count, and a selection of 255 specifies unlimited
retries.
To set this feature:
1. Determine the desired setting.
2. Pad the number with leading zeroes to yield three digits. For example: 0 =
000, 5 = 005, 20 = 020, etc.
3. Go to page 35 and scan the ENTER/EXIT PROGRAMMING MODE bar code to
enter Programming Mode.
4. Scan the bar code: SELECT ACK NAK RETRY COUNT SETTING.
5. Scan the appropriate three digits from the keypad in Appendix D, Keypad,
that represent the number which was determined in the steps above. You
will hear a two-beep indication after the last character.
NOTE
If you make a mistake before the last character, scan the CANCEL bar
code to abort and not save the entry string. You can then start again at
the beginning.
6. Scan the ENTER/EXIT PROGRAMMING MODE bar code to exit Programming
Mode.
This completes the procedure. See the table below for examples of how to set
this feature.
Table 6. ACK NAK Retry Count Setting Examples
STEP
ACTION
1
Desired Setting
2
Pad with leading zero(es)
3
Scan ENTER/EXIT PROGRAMMING MODE
4
Scan SELECT ACK NAK RETRY COUNT SETTING
5
Scan Three Characters From
Appendix D, Keypad
6
Scan ENTER/EXIT PROGRAMMING MODE
Product Reference Guide
EXAMPLES
Disable Retry
Count
3 Retries
54 Retries
Unlimited Retries
000
003
054
255
‘0’, ‘0’ and ‘3’
‘0’, ‘5’ and ‘4’
‘2’, ‘5’ and ‘5’
‘0’, ‘0’ and ‘0’
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References
Disable Character
Specifies the value of the RS-232 host command used to disable the scanner.
ASCII characters or any hex value from 0 to 0xFF can be selected.
NOTE
Setting to previously defined characters such as XON, XOFF, or host commands conflicts with normal operation of these characters. 8-bit data is
not recognized when the option Data Bits on page 24 has been set as 7
Data Bits.
To set the value:
1. Determine the desired character or value. A setting of 0xFF indicates the
Disable Character is not used (not available).
2. Use the ASCII Chart on page 299 on the inside back cover of this manual to
find the hex equivalent for the desired character/value.
3. Go to page 37 and scan the ENTER/EXIT PROGRAMMING MODE bar code to
enter Programming Mode.
4. Scan the bar code: SELECT DISABLE CHARACTER SETTING on page 37.
5. Scan the appropriate two alphanumeric characters from the keypad in
Appendix D, Keypad, that represent the desired character/value determined
above. The second character will cause a two-beep indication.
6. Scan the ENTER/EXIT PROGRAMMING MODE bar code to exit Programming
Mode.
This completes the procedure. See the table below for examples of how to set
this feature.
Table 7. Disable Character Setting Examples
STEP
ACTION
1
Desired character/value
2
Hex equivalent from ASCII
Chart on page 299
3
Scan ENTER/EXIT PROGRAMMING MODE
4
Scan SELECT DISABLE CHARACTER VALUE SETTING
5
Scan Two Characters From
Appendix D, Keypad
6
Scan ENTER/EXIT PROGRAMMING MODE
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EXAMPLES
‘d’
‘}’
‘D’
Disable Command
Not Used
0x64
0x7D
0x44
0xFF
‘4’ and ‘4’
‘F’ and ‘F’
‘6’ and ‘4’
‘7’ and ‘D’
Heron™ HD3430
RS-232 Parameters
Enable Character
Specifies the value of the RS-232 host command used to enable the scanner.
ASCII characters or any hex value from 0 to 0xFF can be selected.
NOTE
Setting to previously defined characters such as XON, XOFF, or host commands conflicts with normal operation of these characters. 8-bit data is
not recognized when the option Data Bits on page 24 has been set as 7
Data Bits.
To set this feature:
Determine the desired character or value. A setting of 0xFF indicates the Enable
Character is not used (not available).
1. Determine the desired character or value.
2. Use the ASCII Chart on page 299 on the inside back cover of this manual to
find the hex equivalent for the desired character/value.
3. Go to page 38 and scan the ENTER/EXIT PROGRAMMING MODE bar code to
enter Programming Mode.
4. Scan the bar code: SELECT ENABLE CHARACTER SETTING on page 38.
5. Scan the appropriate two alphanumeric characters from the keypad in
Appendix D, Keypad, that represent the desired character/value determined
above. The second character will cause a two-beep indication.
6. Scan the ENTER/EXIT PROGRAMMING MODE bar code to exit Programming
Mode.
This completes the procedure. See the table below for examples of how to set
this feature.
Table 8. Enable Character Setting Examples
STEP
ACTION
1
Desired character/value
2
Hex equivalent from ASCII
Chart on page 299
3
Scan ENTER/EXIT PROGRAMMING MODE
4
Scan SELECT ENABLE CHARACTER SETTING
5
Scan Two Characters From
Appendix D, Keypad
6
Scan ENTER/EXIT PROGRAMMING MODE
Product Reference Guide
EXAMPLES
‘e’
‘}’
‘E’
Enable Command
Not Used
0x65
0x7D
0x45
0xFF
‘7’ and ‘D’
‘4’ and ‘5’
‘F’ and ‘F’
‘6’ and ‘5’
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References
Keyboard Interface
Wedge Quiet Interval
Specifies the amount of time the scanner looks for keyboard activity before it
breaks the keyboard connection in order to transmit data to host. The range is
from 0 to 990ms in 10ms increments.
This feature applies ONLY to the Keyboard Wedge interface.
NOTE
1. Determine the desired setting in milliseconds.
2. Divide the desired setting by 10 (setting is in 10ms increments). Pad the
result with leading zeroes to yield two digits. For example: 0 = 00, 5 = 05,
20 = 20, etc.
3. Go to page 66 and scan the ENTER/EXIT PROGRAMMING MODE bar code to
enter Prog. Mode.
4. Scan the bar code: SELECT WEDGE QUIET INTERVAL SETTING on page 66.
5. Scan the appropriate two digits from the keypad in Appendix D, Keypad, that
represent the duration which was determined in the steps above. You will
hear a two-beep indication after the last character.
NOTE
If you make a mistake before the last character, scan the CANCEL bar code
to abort and not save the entry string. You can then start again at the
beginning.
6. Scan the ENTER/EXIT PROGRAMMING MODE bar code to exit.
This completes the procedure to set the Wedge Quiet Interval. See the table
below for examples of how to set this feature.
Table 9. Wedge Quiet Interval Setting Examples
STEP
ACTION
1
Desired Setting
2
Divide by 10 (and pad with
leading zeroes)
3
Scan ENTER/EXIT PROGRAMMING MODE
4
Scan SELECT WEDGE QUIET INTERVAL SETTING
5
Scan Two Characters From
Appendix D, Keypad
6
Scan ENTER/EXIT PROGRAMMING MODE
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EXAMPLES
10ms
150ms
600ms
850ms
01
15
60
85
‘1’ and ‘5’
‘6’ and ‘0’
‘8’ and ‘5’
‘0’ and ‘1’
Heron™ HD3430
Keyboard Interface
Intercharacter Delay
This parameter specifies the intercharacter delay between the end of one character and the beginning of the next. The delay can be set within a range of zero
(0) to 990 milliseconds in 10ms increments. A setting of zero specifies no
delay.
This feature applies ONLY to the Keyboard Wedge interface.
NOTE
To set the delay:
1. Determine the desired setting in milliseconds.
2. Divide the desired setting by 10 (setting is in 10ms increments). Pad the
result with leading zeroes to yield two digits. For example: 0 = 00, 5 = 05,
20 = 20, etc.
3. Go to page 67 and scan the ENTER/EXIT PROGRAMMING MODE bar code to
enter Programming Mode.
4. Scan the bar code: SELECT INTERCHARACTER DELAY SETTING on page 67.
5. Scan the appropriate two digits from the keypad in Appendix D, Keypad, that
represent the duration which was determined in the steps above. You will
hear a two-beep indication after the last character.
NOTE
If you make a mistake before the last character, scan the CANCEL bar
code to abort and not save the entry string. You can then start again
at the beginning.
6. Scan the ENTER/EXIT PROGRAMMING MODE bar code to exit Programming
Mode.
This completes the procedure. See the table below for examples of how to set
this feature.
Table 10. Intercharacter Delay Setting Examples
STEP
ACTION
1
Desired Setting
2
Divide by 10 (and pad with
leading zeroes to yield twodigits)
3
Scan ENTER/EXIT PROGRAMMING MODE
4
Scan SELECT INTERCHARACTER DELAY SETTING
5
Scan Two Characters From
Appendix D, Keypad
6
Scan ENTER/EXIT PROGRAMMING MODE
Product Reference Guide
EXAMPLES
50ms
150ms
600ms
850ms
05
15
60
85
‘1’ and ‘5’
‘6’ and ‘0’
‘8’ and ‘5’
‘0’ and ‘5’
243
References
Intercode Delay
Specifies the delay between labels transmitted to the host for this interface. The
selectable range for this feature is from 0 to 99 seconds.
Follow these instructions to set this feature:
1. Determine the desired setting.
2. Pad the number with leading zeroes to yield two digits. For example: 0 =
00, 5 = 05, 20 = 20, etc
3. Go to page 68 and scan the ENTER/EXIT PROGRAMMING MODE bar code to
enter Programming Mode.
4. Scan the bar code: SELECT INTERCODE DELAY SETTING on page 68.
5. Scan the appropriate two digits from the keypad in Appendix D, Keypad, that
represent the duration which was determined in the steps above. You will
hear a two-beep indication after the last character.
NOTE
If you make a mistake before the last character, scan the CANCEL bar
code to abort and not save the entry string. You can then start again at
the beginning.
6. Scan the ENTER/EXIT PROGRAMMING MODE bar code to exit Programming
Mode.
This completes the procedure. See the table below for examples of how to set
this feature.
Table 11. Wedge Intercode Delay Examples
STEP
ACTION
1
Desired Setting
2
Pad with leading zero(es)
3
Scan ENTER/EXIT PROGRAMMING MODE
4
Scan SELECT INTERCODE DELAY SETTING
5
Scan Two Characters From
Appendix D, Keypad
6
Scan ENTER/EXIT PROGRAMMING MODE
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EXAMPLES
No Delay
5 Seconds
60 Seconds
99 Seconds
00
05
60
99
‘0’ and ‘5’
‘6’ and ‘0’
‘9’ and ‘9’
‘0’ and ‘0’
Heron™ HD3430
Data Format
Data Format
Data Editing
When a bar code is scanned, additional information can be sent to the host
computer along with the bar code data. This combination of bar code data and
supplementary user-defined data is called a “message string.” The Data Editing
features can be used to build specific user-defined data into a message string.
There are several types of selectable data characters that can be sent before
and after scanned data. You can specify if they should be sent with all symbologies, or only with specific symbologies. The following shows the available elements you can add to a message string:
Figure 4. Breakdown of a Message String
Label ID Transmission:
Enable this option to
transmit the Label ID you
configure for the scanned
symbology.
Prefix
Label ID
AIM ID
OR...
Bar Code Data
Label ID
Suffix
AIM ID: This function is used to identify and display the
common label identifier for its symbology. When enabled,
this ID code will be transmitted before the scanned bar
code data.
00 - 20 Characters (ASCII)
NOTE
Additional advanced editing is available. See the Advanced formatting
features in the Datalogic Aladdin configuration software, or contact
Technical Support (see page 3) for more information.
Please Keep In Mind...
•
•
•
•
Modifying a message string is not a mandatory requirement. Data editing
is a sophisticated feature allowing highly customizable output for
advanced users. Factory default settings for data editing is typically set to
NONE.
A prefix or suffix may be applied only to a specified symbology (reference
1D Symbologies, starting on page 113) or across all symbologies (set via the
Global features in Configuration Using Bar Codes, starting on page 19).
You can add any character from the ASCII Chart on page 299 (from 00-FF) on
the inside back cover of this manual as a prefix, suffix or Label ID.
Enter prefixes and suffixes in the order in which you want them to appear
on the output.
Product Reference Guide
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References
Global Prefix/Suffix
Up to 20 ASCII characters may be added as a prefix (in a position before the bar
code data) and/or as a suffix (in a position following the bar code data) as indicated.
Figure 5. Prefix and Suffix Positions
OR...
Prefix
Label ID
AIM ID
Bar Code Data
Label ID
Suffix
00 - 20 Characters (ASCII)
AND
OR
Example: Setting a Prefix
In this example, we’ll set a prefix for all symbologies.
1. Determine which ASCII character(s) are to be added to scanned bar code
data. In this example, we’ll add a dollar sign (‘$’) as a prefix.
2. Go to page 74 and scan the ENTER/EXIT PROGRAMMING MODE bar code,
then scan the SET GLOBAL PREFIX bar code.
3. Reference the ASCII Chart on page 299 on the inside back cover of this manual to find the hex value assigned to the desired character. The corresponding hex number for the ‘$’ character is 24. To enter this selection
code, scan the ‘2’ and ‘4’ bar codes from Appendix D, Keypad.
NOTE
If you make a mistake before the last character, scan the CANCEL bar
code to abort and not save the entry string. You can then start again
at the beginning.
4. If less than the expected string of 20 characters are selected, scan the
ENTER/EXIT bar code to terminate the string.
5. Scan the ENTER/EXIT bar code once again to exit Programming Mode.
6. The resulting message string would appear as follows:
Scanned bar code data: 12345
Resulting message string output: $12345
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Data Format
Global AIM ID
This feature enables/disables addition of AIM IDs for all symbology types.
NOTE
AIM label identifiers (as opposed to custom characters you select yourself as
with label identifiers) can be included with scanned bar code data. AIM label
identifiers consist of three characters as follows:
• A close brace character (ASCII ‘]’), followed by...
• A code character (see the table below), followed by...
• A modifier character (the modifier character is symbol dependent).
SYMBOLOGY
CHAR
SYMBOLOGY
CHAR
UPC/EAN
Ea
Code 128/GS1-128
C
Code 39 and 
Code 32
A
DataBar Omnidirectional,
DataBar Expanded
e
Codabar
F
Standard 2 of 5
S
Interleaved 2 of 5
I
ISBN
Xb
Code 93
G
Code 11
H
a. UPC-A and UPC-E labels are converted to EAN 13 when adding AIM IDs.
b. ISBN (X with a 0 modifier character)
Figure 6. AIM ID
Prefix
Product Reference Guide
Label ID
AIM ID
Bar Code Data
Label ID
Suffix
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References
Label ID
A Label ID is a customizable code of up to three ASCII characters (each can be
one of hex 0x01-0xFF), used to identify a bar code (symbology) type. It can be
appended previous to or following the transmitted bar code data depending
upon how this option is enabled. This feature provides options for configuring
custom Label IDs as a pre-loaded set or individually per symbology (see "Label
ID: Set Individually Per Symbology" on page 77). If you wish to program the scanner
to always include an industry standard label identifier for ALL symbology types,
see "Global AIM ID" on page 75.
Label ID: Pre-loaded Sets
The following table lists the pre-loaded label ID sets for the USA and Europe.
Table 12. Label ID Pre-loaded Sets
Symbology
248
USA Label ID set
EU Label ID set
ASCII
character
Hex
value
ASCII
character
Hexadecimal
value
ABC Codabar
S
530000
S
530000
CODABAR
%
250000
R
520000
Code 39 CIP
Y
590000
Y
590000
Code 93
&
260000
U
550000
CODE11
CE
434500
b
620000
CODE128
#
230000
T
540000
CODE32
A
410000
X
580000
CODE39
*
2A0000
V
560000
CODE4
4
340000
4
340000
CODE5
j
6A0000
j
6A0000
CODE93
&
260000
U
550000
DATALOGIC 2OF5
s
730000
s
730000
EAN13
F
460000
B
420000
EAN13 P2
F
460000
L
4C0000
EAN13 P5
F
460000
M
4D0000
EAN8
FF
464600
A
410000
EAN8 P2
FF
464600
J
4A0000
EAN8 P5
FF
464600
K
4B0000
FOLLETT 2OF5
O
4F0000
O
4F0000
GS1 DATABAR EXPANDED
RX
525800
t
740000
GS1 DATABAR LIMITED
RL
524C00
v
760000
Heron™ HD3430
Data Format
Symbology
GS1 DATABAR OMNIDIRECTIONAL
USA Label ID set
R4
GS1-128
EU Label ID set
523400
u
750000
000000
k
6B0000
I2OF5
i
690000
N
4E0000
IATA
IA
494100
&
260000
Industrial 2 of 5
W
570000
W
570000
Interleaved 2 of 5 CIP HR
e
650000
e
650000
ISBN
I
490000
@
400000
ISBT128
f
660000
f
660000
ISSN
n
6E0000
n
6E0000
MSI
@
400000
Z
5A0000
S25
s
730000
P
500000
UPCA
A
410000
C
430000
UPCA P2
A
410000
F
460000
UPCA P5
A
410000
G
470000
UPCE
E
450000
D
440000
UPCE P2
E
450000
H
480000
UPCE P5
E
450000
I
490000
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Label ID: Set Individually Per Symbology
To configure a Label ID individually for a single symbology:
1. Scan the ENTER/EXIT bar code.
2. Select Label ID position as either BEFORE (Enable as Prefix) or AFTER
(Enable as suffix) by scanning the appropriate bar code in the section
"Label ID Control" on page 77. Reference Figure 7 for Label ID positioning
options if multiple identification features are enabled.
3. Scan a bar code to select the symbology for which you wish to configure a
custom Label ID from the section Label ID Symbology Selection, starting on
page 78.
4. Determine the desired character(s) (you may choose up to three) which will
represent the Label ID for the selected symbology.
5. Turn to the ASCII Chart on page 299 on the inside back cover of this manual
and find the equivalent hex digits associated with your choice of Label ID.
For example, if you wish to select an equal sign (=) as a Label ID, the chart
indicates its associated hex characters as 3D. Turn to Keypad, starting on
page 289 and scan the bar codes representing the hex characters determined. For the example given, the characters ‘3’ and ‘D’ would be
scanned. More examples of Label ID settings are provided in Table 13.
NOTE
If you make a mistake before the last character, scan the CANCEL bar
code to abort and not save the entry string. You can then start again at
the beginning.
6. Scan the ENTER/EXIT bar code to exit Label ID entry.
7. Scan the ENTER/EXIT bar code once again to exit Programming Mode.
This completes the steps to configure a Label ID for a given symbology.
Figure 7. Label ID Position Options
Prefix
Label ID
Aim ID
Bar Code Data
Label ID
Suffix
OR
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Data Format
Label ID: Set Individually Per Symbology — continued
Table 13. Label ID Examples
STEP
ACTION
1.
Scan the ENTER/EXIT bar
code
2.
Determine placement of the
Label ID characters BEFORE
or AFTER with regard to
Enable as Prefix Enable as Suffix Enable as Prefix
scanned data using "Label
ID Control" on page 77
3.
Scan the bar code selecting
the symbology type you
wish to designate label ID
GS1 DataBar
characters for using Label ID
Omnidirectional
Symbology
Selection, starting on page
78.
4.
Custom Label ID example
(desired characters):
5.
Find hex equivalents from
the ASCII table (inside back
cover), then scan in these
digits/characters using the
bar codes in the section:
Keypad, starting on page
289. f you make a mistake
before the last character,
scan the CANCEL bar code
to abort and not save the
entry string. You can then
start again at the
beginning.
6.
Scan the ENTER/EXIT bar
code
(Scanner exits Label ID entry)
7.
Scan the ENTER/EXIT bar
code once again
(Scanner exits Programming Mode)
Result:
Product Reference Guide
EXAMPLES
(Scanner enters Programming Mode)
Enable as Suffix
Code 39
Interleaved 2 of 5
Code 32
D B *
= C 3
+
P H
44 42 2A
3D 43 33
2B
50 48
DB*[bar code
data]
[bar code
data]=C3
+[bar code data]
[bar code data]PH
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Character Conversion
Character conversion is an eight byte configuration item. The eight bytes are 4
character pairs represented in hexadecimal ASCII values. The first character in
the pair is the character that will be converted. The second character in the pair
is the character to convert to. If the character to convert in a pair is FF, then no
conversion is done.
For example, if you have the character conversion configuration item set to the
following: 41423132FFFFFFFF
The first pair is 4142 or AB (41 hex is an ASCII capital A, 42 hex is an ASCII capital B) and the second pair is 3132 or 12 (31 hex is an ASCII 1, 32 is an ASCII 2).
The other two pairs are FFFF and FFFF.
With the label, AB12BA21, it would look as follows after the character
conversion: BB22BB22.
The A characters were converted to B characters and the 1 characters were converted to 2 characters. Nothing is done with the last two character pairs, since
they are all FF.
To set Character Conversion:
1. Scan the ENTER/EXIT bar code.
2. Scan the bar code for "Character Conversion" on page 84
3. Determine the desired string. Sixteen positions must be determined as in
the above example. Next, turn to the ASCII Chart on page 299 on the inside
back cover of this manual and find the equivalent hex digits needed to fulfill the string.
4. Turn to Appendix D, Keypad and scan the bar codes representing the hex
characters determined in the previous step.
5. Scan the ENTER/EXIT bar code to exit Programming Mode.
NOTE
252
If less than the expected string of 16 characters are selected, scan the
ENTER/EXIT bar code twice to accept the selections and exit Programming Mode.
Heron™ HD3430
Reading Parameters
Reading Parameters
RGB LED Features
RGB Good Read Raising/Falling Time
This parameter specifies the time it will take for the RGB good read to change
the status from an Off state to Brightness state, or back.
The delay can be set within a range of zero (0) to 160000 milliseconds (16 seconds) in 100ms increments. A setting of zero specifies no delay.
To set the time:
1. Determine the desired setting in milliseconds.
2. Divide the desired setting by 100 (setting is in 100ms increments). Pad the
result with leading zeroes to yield two digits. For example: 0 = 00, 5 = 05,
20 = 20, etc.
3. Scan the ENTER/EXIT PROGRAMMING MODE bar code to enter Programming Mode.
4. Scan the bar code: SELECT RGB GOOD READ RAISING TIME on page 104 or
RBG GOOD READ FALLING TIME on page 106.
5. Scan the appropriate two digits from the keypad in Appendix D, Keypad, that
represent the duration which was determined in the steps above.
NOTE
If you make a mistake before the last character, scan the CANCEL bar code
to abort and not save the entry string. You can then start again at the
beginning.
6. Scan the ENTER/EXIT PROGRAMMING MODE bar code to exit.
This completes the procedure. See the following table for examples of how to
set this feature.
Table 14. RGB Good Read Raising/Falling Time Examples
STEP
ACTION
1
Desired Setting
2
Divide by 100
3
Scan ENTER/EXIT PROGRAMMING MODE
4
Scan SELECT RGB GOOD READ RAISING/FALLING TIME
5
Scan Two Characters From
Appendix D, Keypad
6
Scan ENTER/EXIT PROGRAMMING MODE
Product Reference Guide
EXAMPLES
100ms
200ms
1000ms (1 sec.)
5000ms (5 secs.)
01
02
10
50
‘1’ and ‘0’
‘5’ and ‘0’
‘0’ and ‘1’
‘0’ and ‘2’
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References
RGB Good Read Holding Time
This parameter specifies the time it will take for the RGB good read to change
the status from an Off state to Brightness state.
The delay can be set within a range of zero (0) to 255 milliseconds (25.5 seconds) in 100ms increments. A setting of zero specifies no delay.
To set the time:
1. Determine the desired setting in milliseconds.
2. Divide the desired setting by 100 (setting is in 100ms increments). Pad the
result with leading zeroes to yield two digits. For example: 0 = 00, 5 = 05,
20 = 20, etc.
3. Scan the ENTER/EXIT PROGRAMMING MODE bar code to enter Programming Mode.
4. Go to page 107 and scan the bar code: SELECT RGB GOOD READ HOLDING
TIME.
5. Scan the appropriate two digits from the keypad in Appendix D, Keypad, that
represent the duration which was determined in the steps above.
NOTE
If you make a mistake before the last character, scan the CANCEL bar code
to abort and not save the entry string. You can then start again at the
beginning.
6. Scan the ENTER/EXIT PROGRAMMING MODE bar code to exit.
This completes the procedure. See the following table for examples of how to
set this feature.
Table 15. RGB Good Read Holding Time Examples
STEP
ACTION
1
Desired Setting
2
Divide by 100
3
Scan ENTER/EXIT PROGRAMMING MODE
4
Scan SELECT RGB GOOD READ HOLDING TIME
5
Scan Two Characters From
Appendix D, Keypad
6
Scan ENTER/EXIT PROGRAMMING MODE
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EXAMPLES
100ms
200ms
1,000ms (1 sec.)
5,000ms (5 secs.)
01
02
10
50
‘0’ and ‘2’
‘1’ and ‘0’
‘5’ and ‘0’
‘0’ and ‘1’
Heron™ HD3430
Reading Parameters
RGB Auto Delay Time
Specifies the delay time for running the RGB auto mode after the scanner has
gone into an idle state (no label reading, label programming or communication
with Host).
The delay can be set within a range of zero (0) to 255 milliseconds (5 seconds)
in 500ms increments. The value 0x00 means Auto Mode is disabled.
To set the time:
1. Determine the desired setting in milliseconds.
2. Divide the desired setting by 500 (setting is in 500ms increments). Pad the
result with leading zeroes to yield two digits. For example: 0 = 00, 5 = 05,
20 = 20, etc.
3. Scan the ENTER/EXIT PROGRAMMING MODE bar code to enter Programming Mode.
4. Go to page 108 and scan the bar code: SELECT RGB AUTO DELAY TIME.
5. Scan the appropriate two digits from the keypad in Appendix D, Keypad, that
represent the duration which was determined in the steps above.
NOTE
If you make a mistake before the last character, scan the CANCEL bar code
to abort and not save the entry string. You can then start again at the
beginning.
6. Scan the ENTER/EXIT PROGRAMMING MODE bar code to exit.
This completes the procedure. See the following table for examples of how to
set this feature.
Table 16. RGB Auto Delay Examples
STEP
ACTION
1
Desired Setting
2
Divide by 500
3
Scan ENTER/EXIT PROGRAMMING MODE
4
Scan SELECT RGB AUTO DELAY TIME
5
Scan Two Characters From
Appendix D, Keypad
6
Scan ENTER/EXIT PROGRAMMING MODE
Product Reference Guide
EXAMPLES
500ms
1,000ms (1 sec.)
10,000ms (10
sec.)
60,000ms (60 secs.)
01
02
20
120
‘0’ and ‘2’
‘2’ and ‘0’
‘1’, ‘2’ and ‘0’
‘0’ and ‘1’
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Scanning Features
Scan Mode
Selects the scan operating mode for the reader. Selections are:
Trigger Single: When the trigger is pulled, scanning is activated until one of the
following occurs:
• Scanning Active Time has elapsed
• a label has been read
• the trigger is released
This mode is associated with typical handheld reader operation: when the trigger is pulled, scanning starts and the product scans until the trigger is released,
or a label is read, or the maximum Scanning Active Time has elapsed.
Trigger Hold Multiple : When the trigger is pulled, scanning starts and the product
scans until the trigger is released or Scanning Active Time has elapsed. Reading a
label does not disable scanning. Double Read Timeout prevents undesired multiple reads of the same label while in this mode.
Trigger Pulse Multiple: When the trigger is pulled, continuous scanning is acti-
vated until Scanning Active Time has elapsed or the trigger has been released and
pulled again. Double Read Timeout prevents undesired multiple reads of the
same label while in this mode.
Flashing: The reader flashes1 on and off regardless of the trigger status. Flash
rate is controlled by Flash On Time and Flash Off Time. When Flash is ON the
reader reads continuously. When Flash is OFF scanning is deactivated.
Always On: No trigger pull is required to read a bar code. Scanning is continually
on. Double Read Timeout prevents undesired multiple reads of the same label
while in this mode.
Stand Mode: No trigger pull is required to read a bar code. Scanning turns on
automatically when an item is placed in reader's field of view. While in a stand
watch state, the reader illumination LED goes from dim to maximum bright.
1Controlled by
256
Flash On Time.
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Scanning Features
Scanning Active Time
This setting specifies the amount of time that the reader stays in scan ON state
once the state is entered. The range for this setting is from 1 to 255 seconds in
1-second increments.
Follow these instructions to set this feature:
1. Determine the desired setting.
2. Pad the result with leading zeroes to yield three digits. For example: 0 =
000, 5 = 005, 20 = 020, etc.
3. Scan the ENTER/EXIT PROGRAMMING MODE bar code to enter Programming Mode.
4. Scan the bar code: SELECT SCANNING ACTIVE TIME SETTING on page 110.
5. Scan the appropriate three digits from the keypad in Appendix D, Keypad
that represent the duration which was determined in the steps above. You
will hear a two-beep indication after the last character.
NOTE
If you make a mistake before the last character, scan the CANCEL bar
code to abort and not save the entry string. You can then start again
at the beginning.
6. Scan the ENTER/EXIT PROGRAMMING MODE bar code to exit Programming
Mode.
This completes the procedure. See the table below for examples of how to set
this feature.
Table 17. Scanning Active Time Setting Examples
STEP
ACTION
1
Desired Setting
2
Pad leading zero(es)
3
Scan ENTER/EXIT PROGRAMMING MODE
4
Scan SELECT SCANNING ACTIVE TIME SETTING
5
Scan Three Characters From
Appendix D, Keypad
6
Scan ENTER/EXIT PROGRAMMING MODE
Product Reference Guide
EXAMPLES
1 Second
90 Sec. (1.5 min.) 180 Sec. (3 min.)
001
‘0’, ‘0’ and ‘1’
255 Seconds (4.25
min.)
090
180
255
‘0’, ‘9’ and ‘0’
‘1’, ‘8’ and ‘0’
‘2’, ‘5’ and ‘5’
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References
Flash On Time
This feature specifies the ON time for the indicator LED while in Flash Mode.
The selectable range is 100 to 9,900 milliseconds (0.1 to 9.9 seconds), in 100
millisecond increments.
Follow these instructions to set this feature.
1. Determine the desired setting in milliseconds.
2. Divide the desired setting by 100 (setting is in 100ms increments). Pad the
result with leading zeroes to yield two digits. For example: 0 = 00, 5 = 05,
20 = 20, etc.
3. Scan the ENTER/EXIT PROGRAMMING MODE bar code to enter Programming Mode.
4. Scan the bar code: SELECT FLASH ON TIME SETTING on page 111
5. Scan the appropriate two digits from the keypad in Appendix D, Keypad representing the duration which was determined in the steps above. You will
hear a two-beep indication after the last character.
NOTE
If you make a mistake before the last character, scan the CANCEL bar
code to abort and not save the entry string. You can then start again
at the beginning.
6. Scan the ENTER/EXIT PROGRAMMING MODE bar code to exit Programming
Mode.
This completes the procedure. See the table below for examples of how to set
this feature.
Table 18. Flash On Time Setting Examples
STEP
ACTION
1
Desired Setting
2
Divide by 100 (and pad with
leading zeroes to yield two
digits)
3
Scan ENTER/EXIT PROGRAMMING MODE
4
Scan SELECT FLASH ON TIME SETTING
5
Scan Two Characters From
Appendix D, Keypad
6
Scan ENTER/EXIT PROGRAMMING MODE
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EXAMPLES
500ms
05
‘0’ and ‘5’
1,000ms (1 sec.) 5200ms (5.2 sec.)
9,900ms (9.9 sec.)
10
52
99
‘1’ and ‘0’
‘5’ and ‘2’
‘9’ and ‘9’
Heron™ HD3430
Scanning Features
Flash Off Time
This feature specifies the OFF time for the indicator LED while in Flash Mode.
The selectable range is 100 to 9,900 milliseconds (0.1 to 9.9 seconds), in 100
millisecond increments.
Follow these instructions to set this feature.
1. Determine the desired setting in milliseconds.
2. Divide the desired setting by 100 (setting is in 100ms increments). Pad the
result with leading zeroes to yield two digits. For example: 0 = 00, 5 = 05,
20 = 20, etc.
3. Scan the ENTER/EXIT PROGRAMMING MODE bar code to enter Programming Mode.
4. Scan the bar code: SELECT FLASH OFF TIME SETTING on page 111.
5. Scan the appropriate two digits from the keypad in Appendix D, Keypad, that
represent the duration which was determined in the steps above. You will
hear a two-beep indication after the last character.
NOTE
If you make a mistake before the last character, scan the CANCEL bar
code to abort and not save the entry string. You can then start again
at the beginning.
6. Scan the ENTER/EXIT PROGRAMMING MODE bar code to exit Programming
Mode.
This completes the procedure. See the table below for examples of how to set
this feature.
Table 19. Flash Off Time Setting Examples
STEP
ACTION
1
Desired Setting
2
Divide by 100 (and pad with
leading zeroes to yield two
digits)
3
Scan ENTER/EXIT PROGRAMMING MODE
4
Scan SELECT FLASH OFF TIME SETTING
5
Scan Two Characters From
Appendix D, Keypad
6
Scan ENTER/EXIT PROGRAMMING MODE
Product Reference Guide
EXAMPLES
500ms
05
‘0’ and ‘5’
1,000ms (1 sec.) 5200ms (5.2 sec.)
9,900ms (9.9 sec.)
10
52
99
‘1’ and ‘0’
‘5’ and ‘2’
‘9’ and ‘9’
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Symbologies
Set Length
Length Control allows you to select either variable length decoding or fixed
length decoding for the specified symbology.
Variable Length: For variable length decoding, a minimum and maximum length
may be set.
Fixed Length: For fixed length decoding, two different lengths may be set.
Set Length 1
This feature specifies one of the bar code lengths for a given symbology.
Length 1 is the minimum label length if in Variable Length Mode, or the first
fixed length if in Fixed Length Mode.
Reference the 1D Symbologies on page 113 section to view the selectable range
(number of characters) for the symbology being set.
Follow these instructions to set this feature:
1. Determine the desired character length. Pad the number with leading
zeroes to yield two digits. For example: 0 = 00, 5 = 05, 20 = 20, etc.
2. Scan the ENTER/EXIT PROGRAMMING MODE bar code to enter Programming Mode.
3. Scan the “Select Length 1 Setting” for the symbology being set.
4. Scan the appropriate two digits from the keypad in Appendix D, Keypad, that
represent the length setting which was determined in the steps above. You
will hear a two-beep indication after the last character.
NOTE
If you make a mistake before the last character, scan the CANCEL bar
code to abort and not save the entry string. You can then start again
at the beginning.
5. Scan the ENTER/EXIT PROGRAMMING MODE bar code to exit Programming
Mode.
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Symbologies
This completes the procedure. See the table below for examples of how to set
this feature.
Table 20. Length 1 Setting Examples
STEP
ACTION
1
Desired Setting
2
Scan ENTER/EXIT PROGRAMMING MODE
3
Scan SELECT LENGTH 1SETTING for the desired symbology
4
Scan Two Characters From
Appendix D, Keypad
5
Scan ENTER/EXIT PROGRAMMING MODE
Product Reference Guide
EXAMPLES
01 Character
‘0’ and ‘1’
07 Characters
‘0’ and ‘7’
52 Characters
74 Characters
‘5’ and ‘2’
‘7’ AND ‘4’
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References
Set Length 2
This feature specifies one of the bar code lengths for a given symbology.
Length 2 is the maximum label length if in Variable Length Mode, or the second
fixed length if in Fixed Length Mode.
Reference the 1D Symbologies on page 113 section to view the selectable range
(number of characters) for the symbology being set. A setting of 00 specifies to
ignore this length (only one fixed length).
Follow these instructions to set this feature:
1. Determine the desired character length. Pad the number with leading
zeroes to yield two digits. For example: 0 = 00, 5 = 05, 20 = 20, etc.
2. Scan the ENTER/EXIT PROGRAMMING MODE bar code to enter Programming Mode.
3. Scan the “Select Length 2 Setting” for the symbology being set.
4. Scan the appropriate two digits from the keypad in Appendix D, Keypad, that
represent the length setting which was determined in the steps above. You
will hear a two-beep indication after the last character.
NOTE
If you make a mistake before the last character, scan the CANCEL bar
code to abort and not save the entry string. You can then start again
at the beginning.
5. Scan the ENTER/EXIT PROGRAMMING MODE bar code to exit Programming
Mode.
This completes the procedure. See the table below for examples of how to set
this feature.
Table 21. Length 2 Setting Examples
STEP
ACTION
EXAMPLES
1
Desired Setting
00 (ignore second
length)
2
Scan ENTER/EXIT PROGRAMMING MODE
3
Scan SELECT LENGTH 2 SETTING
4
Scan Two Characters From
Appendix D, Keypad
5
Scan ENTER/EXIT PROGRAMMING MODE
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‘0’ and ‘0’
07 Characters
52 Characters
74 Characters
‘0’ and ‘7’
‘5’ and ‘2’
‘7’ and ‘4’
Heron™ HD3430
Appendix A
Technical Specifications
The table below contains Physical and Performance Characteristics, User Environment and Regulatory information. Table 24 provides Standard Cable Pinouts.
Table 22. Technical Specifications
Item
Description
Electrical Features
Power Supply
RS-232 interface
5 Vdc  5%
Max operating current @ 5V: <500 mA
Consumption:
Typical operating (changing colors) current 
@ 5V < 300 mA
Max. Scan Rate
60 frames/sec
Reading Indicators
Side and Top Illumination, Good Read Spot, Beep or Jingle
Optical Features
Optical Format
1/3-inch
Active Imager Size
4.51 mm (H) x 2.88 mm (V)
Active Pixels
752 H x 480 V
LED source
Illumination System
White emission (wavelength = 400-750 nm)
IEC 62471 - EXEMPT RISK GROUP
Laser source
Red emission (wavelength = 630-680 nm)
Aiming System
Pulsed source: maximum lamp duration 15ms, repetition rate
16.6 ms
Maximum emitted power: 1 mW
IEC 60825 - CLASS 2 LASER PRODUCT
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Technical Specifications
Item
Description
Tilt Tolerance
Up to ± 360°
Pitch Tolerance
± 65°
Skew Tolerance
± 60°
Field of View
40° H x 26° V
DOF
Depth of Field
(Typical)
Code 39: 5 mil, 35 mm - 200 mm (1.4" - 7.9")
Code 39: 20 mil, FOV ltd - 400 mm (FOV ltd - 15.7")
EAN13: 13 mil, 30 mm - 400 mm (1.2" - 15.8")
DataMatrix: 15 mil, 20 mm - 250 mm (0.8" - 9.8")
Max. Resolution
Code 39, 3 mil, at 105 mm (4.1")
PCS (Datalogic Test Chart)
minimum 15%
Environmental Features
Working Temperature
0 C to + 50 C (+32° to +122 °F)
Storage Temperature
-20 C to + 70 C (-4° to +158 °F)
Humidity
90% non condensing
Drop Resistance
IEC 68-2-32 Test ED
1.5 m (5 ft)
ESD Protection
16 KV
Protection Class
IP40
Weight 
(without cable)
approx. 150 g (5.3 oz)
Cable Length
Refer to www.datalogic.com
Decode Capability
1D Bar Codes
UPC/EAN/JAN (A, E, 13, 8); UPC/EAN/JAN (including P2 /P5); UPC/EAN/JAN (including; ISBN
/ Bookland & ISSN); UPC/EAN Coupons; Code 39 (including full ASCII); Code 39 Trioptic;
Code39 CIP (French Pharmaceutical); LOGMARS (Code 39 w/ standard check digit enabled);
Danish PPT; Code 32 (Italian Pharmacode 39); Code 128; Code 128 ISBT; Interleaved 2 of 5;
Standard 2 of 5; Interleaved 2 of 5 CIP (HR); Industrial 2 of 5; Discrete 2 of 5; Matrix 2 of 5; IATA
2of5 Air cargo code; Code 11; Codabar; Codabar (NW7); ABC Codabar; EAN 128; Code 93; MSI;
PZN; Plessey; Anker Plessey; GS1 DataBar Omnidirectional; GS1 DataBar Limited; GS1
DataBar Expanded; GS1 DataBar Truncated; DATABAR Expanded Coupon.
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Item
Description
2D / Stacked Codes
The Heron HD34XX scanner is capable of decoding the following symbologies using multiple
frames (i.e. Multi-Frame Decoding):
Datamatrix; Inverse Datamatrix; Datamatrix is configurable for the following parameters:;
Normal or Inverted; Square or Rectangular Style; Data length (1 - 3600 characters); Maxicode;
QR Codes (QR, Micro QR and Multiple QR Codes); Aztec; Postal Codes - (Australian Post; Japanese Post; KIX Post; Planet Code; Postnet; Royal Mail Code (RM45CC); Intelligent Mail Barcode (IMB); Sweden Post; Portugal Post); LaPoste A/R 39; PDF-417; MacroPDF; Micro
PDF417; GS1 Composites (1 - 12); French CIP13a; GS1 DataBar Stacked; GS1 DataBar Stacked
Omnidirectional; GS1 DataBar Expanded Stacked; GSI Databar Composites; Chinese Sensible
Code; Inverted 2D codesb.
aIt is acceptable to handle this with ULE
b
The SW can apply the Normal/Reverse Decoding Control to the following symbologies:
Datamatrix, QR, Micro QR, Aztec and Chinese Sensible Code.
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Technical Specifications
LED and Beeper Indications
The imager’s beeper sounds and its illumination flashes or changes color to
indicate various functions or errors on the reader. A “Green Spot” also lights to
indicate a good read. The tables below list these indications.
Table 23. LED and Speaker Indications
Indication
LED
Beeper
Indication
Power-up
Upper LED flashes/blinks on
power-up, however, this may be
too rapid to view. With a USB
interface, the LED blinks until
enumeration with the host is
completed.
Imager beeps four times at
highest frequency and volume upon power-up.
Power-up
One beep at current frequency, volume, mono/bitonal setting upon a successful label scan. It is also
possible to upload custom
jingles with Aladdin.
Good Read
Upper green LED comes on for
programmed time (default).
Good Read
LED behavior for this indication
is configurable using Aladdin
utility.
ROM Failure
200ms on / 200ms off
Imager sounds one error
beep at highest volume for
200 mS.
ROM Failure
Limited Scanning
Label Read
N/A
Imager 'chirps' six times at
the highest frequency and
current volume.
Limited Scanning
Label Read
Imager Disabled
The LED blinks continuously
100mS on / 900 mS off
N/A
Imager Disabled
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LED and Beeper Indications
Programming Mode
The following indications ONLY occur when the scanner is in Programming Mode.
INDICATION
DESCRIPTION
LED
SPEAKER
Label Programming Mode
Entry
A valid programming label has
been scanned.
LED blinks continuously
Scanner sounds four low frequency beeps.
Label Programming Mode
Rejection of
Label
A label has been rejected.
N/A
Scanner sounds three times at
lowest frequency & current
volume.
Label Programming Mode
Acceptance of
Partial Label
In cases where multiple labels
must be scanned to program
one feature, this indication
acknowledges each portion as
it is successfully scanned.
N/A
Scanner sounds one short
beep at highest frequency &
current volume.
Label Programming Mode
Acceptance of
Programming
Configuration option(s) have
been successfully programmed via labels and the
scanner has exited Programming Mode.
N/A
Scanner sounds one high frequency beep and 4 low frequency beeps followed by
reset beeps.
Label Programming Mode Cancel Item Entry
Cancel label has been scanned.
N/A
Scanner sounds two times at
low frequency and current volume.
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Technical Specifications
Troubleshooting
Problem
Nothing happens when the scan 
button is pulled.
Possible Cause
Possible Solutions
No power to the imager.
Check system power. Ensure power
supply is connected.
Interface or power cables are
loose.
Ensure all cable connections are secure.
Ensure imager is programmed to read
Imager not programmed for corthe type of bar code scanned. Refer to
rect bar code type.
the PRG for more information.
LED comes on, but bar code does not
decode.
Bar code label is unreadable.
Check the label to ensure it is not
defaced. Try scanning another bar code
type.
Distance between imager and bar Move imager closer to or further from
code is incorrect.
the bar code.
Bar code is decoded but not transmitted to the host.
268
Imager not programmed for the
correct host type.
Scan the appropriate host type bar code.
Refer to the PRG for more information.
Heron™ HD3430
Standard Cable Pinouts
Standard Cable Pinouts
Figure 8 and Table 24 provide standard pinout information for the scanner’s
cable.
Figure 8. Standard Cable Pinouts
Interface Cable Port
Pin 1
Cable
To Host
Pin 10
Cable Strain Relief
Cable Clip (Latch)
The signal descriptions in Table 24 apply to the connector on the scanner and
are for reference only.
Table 24. Standard Cable Pinouts — Scanner Side
USB
Keyboard
Wedge
2
D+
CLKIN (KBD side)
3
D-
DATAIN (KBD side)
GND
GND
VCC
VCC
Pin
RS-232
1
RTS (out)
4
GND
5
RX
6
TX
7
VCC
8
CLKOUT (PC side)
9
DATAOUT (PC
side)
10
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Technical Specifications
Stand Dimensions
270
Heron™ HD3430
Stand Base Plate Template
Stand Base Plate Template
SCREW HERE
SCREW HERE
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Technical Specifications
NOTES
272
Heron™ HD3430
Appendix B
Standard Defaults
The most common configuration settings are listed in the “Default” column of the table below.
Page references are also provided for feature descriptions and programming bar codes for each
parameter. A column has also been provided for recording of your preferred default settings for
these same configurable features.
Table 25. Standard Defaults
Parameter
Default
Your Setting
Page
Number
GLOBAL INTERFACE FEATURES
Host Commands — Obey/Ignore
Obey
21
Disable
22
Baud Rate
9600
23
Data Bits
8 Data Bits
24
Stop Bits
1 Stop Bit
25
Parity
None
25
Handshaking Control
RTS
27
No Delay
30
Beep On ASCII BEL
Disable
31
Beep On Not on File
Enable
31
ACK NAK Options
Disable
32
ACK Character
‘ACK’
33
NAK Character
‘NAK’
33
200 ms
34
3 Retries
35
Ignore Errors Detected
36
Enable
37
‘D’
37
USB Suspend Mode
RS-232 ONLY
RS-232/USB-COM
Intercharacter Delay
ACK NAK Timeout Value
ACK NAK Retry Count
ACK NAK Error Handling
Indicate Transmission Failure
Disable Character
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Standard Defaults
Parameter
Enable Character
Default
Your Setting
Page
Number
‘E’
38
U.S. Keyboard
40
00
65
100 ms
66
Intercode Delay
No Delay
68
Caps Lock State
Caps Lock OFF
63
NumLock Key Unchanged
63
1 ms
69
Standard Keys
64
Handheld
72
Ignore Scanner Configuration Host Commands
72
No Global Prefix
Global Suffix = 0x0D (CR)
74
Global AIM ID
Disable
75
GS1-128 AIM ID
Enable
75
Label ID: Pre-loaded Sets
EU Set
76
Label ID: Pre-loaded Sets
Disable
76
Case Conversion
Disable
84
No Char Conversion
84
0.6 Second
86
Power-up Beep
88
After Decode
96
Good Read Beep Type
Mono
97
Good Read Beep Frequency
High
97
Good Read Beep Length
80 ms
99
KEYBOARD WEDGE
Country Mode
Keyboard Send Control Characters
Wedge Quiet Interval
Numlock
USB Keyboard Speed
Keyboard Numeric Keypad
USB-OEM
USB-OEM Device Usage
USB-OEM Interface Options
DATA FORMAT
Global Prefix/Suffix
Character Conversion
READING PARAMETERS
Double Read Timeout
Power On Alert
Good Read: When to Indicate
274
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Parameter
Good Read Speaker Volume
Default
Your Setting
Page
Number
High
98
300 ms
101
Trigger Single
109
Stand Mode Sensitivity
Medium
112
Scanning Active Time
5 Seconds
110
Flash On Time
OFF
111
Flash On Time
10 = Flash is ON for 1 Second
111
Flash Off Time
06 = Flash is OFF for
600ms
111
Enable only UPCA
coupon decoding
114
Enable
115
Send
115
Don’t Expand
116
Transmit
116
Enable
117
Send
117
Expand UPC-E to EAN-13
Don’t Expand
118
Expand UPC-E to UPC-A
Don’t Expand
118
Transmit
119
Disable
120
RGB LED Settings
SCANNING FEATURES
Scan Mode
CODE SELECTION - 1D SYMBOLOGIES
Code EAN/UPC
Coupon Control
UPC-A
UPC-A Enable/Disable
UPC-A Check Character Transmission
Expand UPC-A to EAN-13
UPC-A Number System Character
Transmission
UPC-E
UPC-E Enable/Disable
UPC-E Check Character Transmission
UPC-E Number System Character
Transmission
GTIN
EAN 13
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Standard Defaults
Parameter
Default
Your Setting
Page
Number
EAN 13 (Jan 13)
EAN 13 Enable/Disable
Enable
120
Send
120
EAN-13 Flag 1 Character
Transmit
121
EAN-13 ISBN Conversion
Disable
121
Disable
122
Enable
123
Send
123
Disable
124
Disable
125
Disable P2, P5 and P8
126
70 ms
127
Code 39 Enable/Disable
Enable
133
Code 39 Check Character Calculation
Disable
134
Send
135
Don’t Transmit
135
Disable
136
Small Quiet Zones on two
sides
137
Variable
138
Code 39 Set Length 1
2
139
Code 39 Set Length 2
50
140
Disable
141
EAN 13 Check Character Transmission
ISSN
ISSN Enable/Disable
EAN 8
EAN 8 Enable/Disable
EAN 8 Check Character Transmission
Expand EAN 8 to EAN 13
UPC/EAN Global Settings
UPC/EAN Price Weight Check
Add-Ons
Optional Add-ons
Optional Add-On Timer
Code 39
Code 39 Check Character Transmission
Code 39 Start/Stop Character Transmission
Code 39 Full ASCII
Code 39 Quiet Zones
Code 39 Length Control
Code 32 (Italian Pharmaceutical Code)
Code 32 Enable/Disable
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Parameter
Code 32 Check Character Transmission
Default
Your Setting
Page
Number
Don’t Send
141
Don’t Transmit
142
Disable
142
Enable
143
Don’t Expand
143
Code 128 Check Character Transmission
Don’t Send
144
Code 128 Function Character Transmission
Don’t Send
144
Small Quiet Zones on two
sides
145
Variable
146
Code 128 Set Length 1
1
147
Code 128 Set Length 2
80
148
Transmit in Code 128 Data
Format
149
ISBT 128 Concatenation
Disable
183
ISBT 128 Force Concatenation
Disable
185
ISBT 128 Concatenation Mode
Static
183
200 msec
184
I 2 of 5 Enable/Disable
Disable
150
I 2 of 5 Check Character Calculation
Disable
151
Send
152
Variable
153
Code 32 Start/Stop Character Transmission
Code 39 CIP (French Pharmaceutical Code)
Code 39 CIP Enable/Disable
Special Codes
Code 128
Code 128 Enable/Disable
Expand Code 128 to Code 39
Code 128 Quiet Zones
Code 128 Length Control
GS1-128
GS1-128 Enable
ISBT 128
ISBT 128 Dynamic Concatenation Timeout
Interleaved 2 of 5
I 2 of 5 Check Character Transmission
I 2 of 5 Length Control
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Standard Defaults
Parameter
Default
Your Setting
Page
Number
I 2 of 5 Set Length 1
6
154
I 2 of 5 Set Length 2
50
155
Disable
156
Disable
196
Standard 2 of 5 Enable/Disable
Disable
174
Standard 2 of 5 Check Character Calculation
Disable
174
Send
175
Standard 2 of 5 Length Control
Variable
175
Standard 2 of 5 Length Control
8
175
Standard 2 of 5 Set Length 2
50
177
Industrial 2 of 5 Enable/Disable
Disable
178
Industrial 2 of 5 Check Character Calculation
Disable
178
Industrial 2 of 5 Check Character
Transmission
Enable
179
Industrial 2 of 5 Length Control
Variable
179
Industrial 2 of 5 Set Length 1
1
180
Industrial 2 of 5 Set Length 2
50
181
IATA Enable/Disable
Disable
182
IATA Check Character Transmission
Enable
182
Interleaved 2 of 5 CIP HR
Interleaved 2 of 5 CIP HR Enable/Disable
Follett 2 of 5
Follett 2 of 5 Enable/Disable
Standard 2 of 5
Standard 2 of 5 Check Character
Transmission
Industrial 2 of 5
Code IATA
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Parameter
Default
Your Setting
Page
Number
Codabar
Codabar Enable/Disable
Disable
161
Don’t Calculate
161
Send
162
Transmit
162
abcd/abcd
163
Don’t Require Match
163
Small Quiet Zones on two
sides
164
Variable
165
Codabar Set Length 1
3
166
Codabar Set Length 2
50
167
Disable
168
Static
168
200 msec
169
Disable
169
Disable
170
Check C and K
171
Send
171
Variable
172
Code 11 Set Length 1
4
172
Code 11 Set Length 2
50
173
GS1 DataBar Omnidirectional Enable/
Disable
Disable
128
GS1 DataBar Omnidirectional GS1-128
Emulation
Disable
128
Codabar Check Character Calculation
Codabar Check Character Transmission
Codabar Start/Stop Character Transmission
Codabar Start/Stop Character Set
Codabar Start/Stop Character Match
Codabar Quiet Zones
Codabar Length Control
ABC Codabar
ABC Codabar Enable/Disable
ABC Codabar Concatenation Mode
ABC Codabar Dynamic Concatenation
Timeout
ABC Codabar Force Concatenation
Code 11
Code 11 Enable/Disable
Code 11 Check Character Calculation
Code 11 Check Character Transmission
Code 11 Length Control
GS1 DataBar Omnidirectional
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Standard Defaults
Parameter
Default
Your Setting
Page
Number
GS1 DataBar™ Expanded
GS1 DataBar Expanded Enable/Disable
Disable
129
GS1 DataBar Expanded GS1-128 Emulation
Disable
129
2D component not
required
129
Variable
130
GS1 DataBar Expanded Set Length 1
1
130
GS1 DataBar Expanded Set Length 2
74
131
GS1 DataBar Limited Enable/Disable
Disable
132
GS1 DataBar Limited GS1-128 Emulation
Disable
132
Disable
190
Enable Check C and K
191
Code 93 Check Character Transmission
Disable
191
Code 93 Length Control
Variable
192
Code 93 Set Length 1
1
193
Code 93 Set Length 2
50
194
Code 93 Quiet Zones
Small Quiet Zones on two
sides
195
Disable
186
Enable Mod10
186
MSI Check Character Transmission
Enable
187
MSI Length Control
Variable
187
MSI Set Length 1
1
188
MSI Set Length 2
50
189
GS1 DataBar Expanded Length Control
GS1 DataBar™ Limited
Code 93
Code 93 Enable/Disable
Code 93 Check Character Calculation
MSI
MSI Enable/Disable
MSI Check Character Calculation
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Default Exceptions
Default Exceptions
Table 26. Default Exceptions by Interface Type
Parameter
Default
Exception
Interfaces: USB-OEM
Global Suffix
Double Read Timeout
No Global Suffix
500 msec
Interfaces: All Keyboard Wedge, USB Keyboard
No unique settings
Interface: RS232-WN
Expand UPC-A to EAN-13
Enable
UPC-E Check Character Transmission
Disable
Parity
Handshaking Control
Transmission Label ID Code
GS1-128 AIM ID
Odd Parity
RTS/CTS
Prefix
Disable
UPCE Label ID Character(s)
C
EAN 8 Label ID Character(s)
B
EAN 13 Label ID Character(s)
A
Code ISBN Label ID Character(s)
A
Code 39 Label ID Character(s)
M
Interleaved 2of5 Label ID Character(s)
I
Code Standard 2/5 Label ID Character(s)
H
Codabar Label ID Character(s)
N
Code 128 Label ID Character(s)
K
GS1-128 Label ID Character(s)
P
Datalogic 2 of 5 Label ID Character(s)
H
ISBT 128 Label ID Character(s)
K
UPCE P2 Label ID Character(s)
C
UPCE/P5 Label ID Character(s)
C
UPCE/GS1-128 Label ID Character(s)
C
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Standard Defaults
Parameter
Default
Exception
EAN8/P2 Label ID Character(s)
B
EAN8/P5 Label ID Character(s)
B
EAN8/GS1-128 Label ID Character(s)
B
EAN13/P2 Label ID Character(s)
A
EAN13/P5 Label ID Character(s)
A
EAN13/GS1-128 Label ID Character(s)
A
GS1 DataBar 14 (Omnidirectional) Label ID Character(s)
E
GS1 DataBar Expanded Label ID Character(s)
E
GS1 DataBar Limited Label ID Character(s)
E
Character Conversion
CR to `
Interface: RS232-OPOS
Baud Rate
Transmission Label ID Code
GS1-128 AIM ID
115200 Baud
Prefix
Disable
UPCA Label ID Character(s)
C
UPCE Label ID Character(s)
D
EAN 8 Label ID Character(s)
A
EAN 13 Label ID Character(s)
B
Code ISBN Label ID Character(s)
@
Code 39 Label ID Character(s)
V
Code 32 Label ID Character(s)
X
Interleaved 2of5 Label ID Character(s)
N
Code Standard 2/5 Label ID Character(s)
P
Codabar Label ID Character(s)
R
Code 11 Label ID Character(s)
b
Code 128 Label ID Character(s)
T
GS1-128 Label ID Character(s)
k
UPCA/P2 Label ID Character(s)
F
UPCA/P5 Label ID Character(s)
G
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Default Exceptions
Parameter
Default
Exception
UPCA/GS1-128 Label ID Character(s)
Q
UPCE P2 Label ID Character(s)
H
UPCE/P5 Label ID Character(s)
I
EAN8/P2 Label ID Character(s)
J
EAN8/P5 Label ID Character(s)
K
EAN8/GS1-128 Label ID Character(s)
*
EAN13/P2 Label ID Character(s)
L
EAN13/P5 Label ID Character(s)
M
EAN13/GS1-128 Label ID Character(s)
#
GS1 DataBar 14 (Omnidirectional) Label ID Character(s)
u
GS1 DataBar Expanded Label ID Character(s)
t
GS1 DataBar Limited Label ID Character(s)
v
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Standard Defaults
NOTES
284
Heron™ HD3430
Appendix C
Sample Bar Codes
The sample bar codes in this appendix are typical representations for their symbology
types.
1D Bar Codes
UPC-A
EAN-13
978033029095
Code 39
Code 128
Code 128
Interleaved 2 of 5
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Sample Bar Codes
Sample Bar Codes (continued)
Code 32
Codabar
13579
Code 93
Code 11
123456789
286
Heron™ HD3430
GS1 DataBar™ (RSS)
GS1 DataBar™ variants must be enabled to read the bar codes below (see "GS1 DataBar™
Omnidirectional" on page 128).
GS1 DataBar™ Expanded Stacked
10293847560192837465019283746029478450366523
GS1 DataBar™ Expanded
1234890hjio9900mnb
GS1 DataBar™ Limited
08672345650916
GS1 DataBar™-14
GS1 DataBar™ Omnidirectional Truncated
55432198673467
GS1 DataBar™ Omnidirectional Stacked
90876523412674
GS1 DataBar™ Omnidirectional Stacked
78123465709811
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Sample Bar Codes
2D Bar Codes
Aztec
Datamatrix
China Sensible Code
MaxiCode
Test Message
PDF 417
Micro PDF 417
ABCabc
BV17453
QR Code
Micro QR Code
123456
35900G9
UCC Composite
288
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Appendix D
Keypad
Use the bar codes in this appendix to enter numbers as you would select digits/characters from
a keypad.
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1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
289
Keypad
290
A
B
C
D
E
F
Heron™ HD3430
Appendix E
Scancode Tables
Control Character Emulation
Control character emulation selects from different scancode tables as
listed in this appendix. Each of the control character sets below are
detailed by interface type in the tables. These apply to Wedge and USB
Keyboard platforms.
Control Character 00 : Characters from 00 to 0x1F are sent as control
character Ctrl+Keys, special keys are located from 0x80 to 0xA1.
Control Character 01 : Characters from 00 to 0x1F are sent as control
character Ctrl+Capital Key, special keys are located from 0x80 to 0xA1.
Control Character 02 : Special keys are located from 00 to 0x1F and
characters from 0x80 to 0xFE are intended as an extended ASCII table
(Microsoft Windows Codepage 1252 — see page 296).
Single Press and Release Keys
In the following tables, Ar↓ means Alt right pressed and Ar↑ means Alt
right released and so on. Definitions for other keys are Al (Alt left ), Cr
(Control Right ) Cl (Control Left ) Sh (shift). This method can be used for
combining Alt, Control or Shift with other keys.
Example: Consider a Control character set to 00. If AltRight+A is
required before sending a label to the host, it could be done by setting
three Prefix keys in this way: 0x99 0x41 0x9A.
Interface Type PC AT PS/2 or USB-Keyboard
Table 27. Scancode Set When Control Character is 00 or 01
0x
1x
x0
NULL
C+@
x1
SOH
C(S)+A
x2
STX
C(S)+B
x3
ETX
C(S)+C
x4
EOT
C(S)+D
x5
ENQ
C(S)+E
X6
ACK
C(S)+F
x7
BEL
C(S)+G
DLE
C(S)+P
DC1
C(S)+Q
DC2
C(S)+R
DC3
C(S)+S
DC4
C(S)+T
NAK
C(S)+U
SYN
C(S)+V
ETB
C(S)+W
x8
x9
xA
xB
xC
xD
xE
xF
BS
HT
TAB
LF
C(S)+J
VT
C(S)+K
FF
C(S)+L
CR
Enter
SO
C(S)+N
SI
C(S)+O
CAN
C(S)+X
EM
C(S)+Y
SUB
C(S)+Z
ESC
Esc
FS
C+\
GS
C+]
RS
C+^
US
C(S)+_
2x
SP
!
"
#
$
%
&
'
(
)
*
+
,
-
.
/
3x
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
:
;
<
=
>
?
4x
@
A
B
C
D
E
F
G
H
I
J
K
L
M
N
O
5x
P
Q
R
S
T
U
V
W
X
Y
Z
[
\
]
^
_
6x
`
a
b
c
d
e
f
g
h
i
j
k
l
m
n
o
7x
p
q
r
s
t
u
v
w
x
y
z
{
|
}
~
Del
8x
€
Sh↓
Sh↑
Ins
Ent
(keyp)
F1
F2
F3
F4
F5
F6
F7
F8
F9
F10
F11
9x
F12
Home
End
Pg Up
Pg Dwn




Ar↓
Ar↑
Al↓
Al↑
Cl ↓
Cl ↑
Cr ↓
Ax
Cr ↑
‘
ƒ
„
…
†
‡
ˆ
‰
Š
‹
Ś
‹
Œ
Bx
°
±
²
³
´
µ
¶
·
¸
¹
º
»
¼
½
¾
¿
Cx
À
Á
Â
Ã
Ä
Å
Æ
Ç
È
É
Ê
Ë
Ì
Í
Î
Ï
Dx
Ð
Ò
Ó
Ô
Õ
Ö
×
Ø
Ù
Ú
Û
Ü
Ý
Þ
ß
Ex
à
á
â
ã
ä
å
æ
ç
è
é
ê
ë
ì
í
î
ï
Fx
ð
ñ
ò
ó
ô
õ
ö
÷
ø
ù
ú
û
ü
ý
þ
ÿ
Extended characters (sky blue) are sent through dedicated keys (when available in the selected country mode) or by using an
Alt Mode sequence.
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Interface Type PC AT PS/2 or USB-Keyboard (continued)
Table 28. Scancode Set When Control Character is 02
x0
x1
x2
x3
x4
x5
X6
x7
x8
x9
xA
0x
Ar↓
Ar↑
Al↓
Al ↑
Cl ↓
Cl ↑
Cr ↓
Cr ↑
BS
Tab

1x
Pg Dwn
Home



F6
F1
F2
F3
F4
F5
ESC
2x
Space
!
“
#
$
%
&
‘
(
)
*
3x
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
4x
@
A
B
C
D
E
F
G
H
5x
P
Q
R
S
T
U
V
W
6x
`
a
b
c
d
e
f
7x
p
q
r
s
t
u
8x
€
‘
ƒ
„
‘
’
“
9x
xB
xC
Enter
S+ Tab
Keypd
xD
xE
xF
Enter
Ins
Pg Up
F7
F8
F9
F10
+
,
-
.
/
:
;
<
=
>
?
I
J
K
L
M
N
O
X
Y
Z
[
\
]
^
_
g
h
i
j
k
l
m
n
o
v
w
x
y
z
{
|
}
~
Del
…
†
‡
ˆ
‰
Š
‹
Ś
‹
Œ
”
•
–
—
˜
™
š
›
œ
ž
Ÿ
Ax
NBSP
¡
¢
£
¤
¥
¦
§
¨
©
ª
«
¬
-
®
¯
Bx
°
±
²
³
´
µ
¶
·
¸
¹
º
»
¼
½
¾
¿
Cx
À
Á
Â
Ã
Ä
Å
Æ
Ç
È
É
Ê
Ë
Ì
Í
Î
Ï
Dx
Ð
Ò
Ó
Ô
Õ
Ö
×
Ø
Ù
Ú
Û
Ü
Ý
Þ
ß
Ex
à
á
â
ã
ä
å
æ
ç
è
é
ê
ë
ì
í
î
ï
Fx
ð
ñ
ò
ó
ô
õ
ö
÷
ø
ù
ú
û
ü
ý
þ
ÿ
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Interface Type PC AT PS/2 Alt Mode or USB-Keyboard Alt Mode
Table 29. Scancode Set When Control Character is 00 or 01
x0
x1
x2
x3
x4
x5
X6
x7
x8
0x
Alt+000
Alt+001
Alt+002
Alt+003
Alt+004
Alt+005
Alt+006
Alt+007
1x
Alt+016
Alt+017
Alt+018
Alt+019
Alt+020
Alt+021
Alt+022
Alt+023
Alt+024
Alt+025
Alt+026
2x
A+032
A+033
A+034
A+035
A+036
A+037
A+038
A+039
A+040
A+041
A+042
3x
A+048
A+049
A+050
A+051
A+052
A+053
A+054
A+055
A+056
A+057
4x
A+064
A+065
A+066
A+067
A+068
A+069
A+070
A+071
A+072
5x
A+080
A+081
A+082
A+083
A+084
A+085
A+086
A+087
6x
A+096
A+097
A+098
A+099
A+100
A+101
A+102
7x
A+112
A+113
A+114
A+115
A+116
A+117
8x
€
Sh↓
Sh↑
Ins
Ent
(keyp)
9x
F12
Home
End
Pg Up
Ax
Cr ↑
A+0161
A+0162
Bx
A+0176
A+0177
Cx
A+0192
Dx
BS
x9
HT
TAB
xA
xB
xC
Alt+010
Alt+011
Alt+012
ESC
Esc
xD
CR
Enter
xE
Xf
Alt+014
Alt+015
Alt+028
Alt+029
Alt+030
Alt+031
A+043
A+044
A+045
A+046
A+047
A+058
A+059
A+060
A+061
A+062
A+063
A+073
A+074
A+075
A+076
A+077
A+078
A+079
A+088
A+089
A+090
A+091
A+092
A+093
A+094
A+095
A+103
A+104
A+105
A+106
A+107
A+108
A+109
A+110
A+111
A+118
A+119
A+120
A+121
A+122
A+123
A+124
A+125
A+126
A+127
F1
F2
F3
F4
F5
F6
F7
F8
F9
F10
F11
Pg Dwn




Ar↓
Ar↑
Al↓
Al ↑
Cl ↓
Cl ↑
Cr ↓
A+0163
A+0164
A+0165
A+0166
A+0167
A+0168
A+0169
A+0170
A+0171
A+0172
A+0173
A+0174
A+0175
A+0178
A+0179
A+0180
A+0181
A+0182
A+0183
A+0184
A+0185
A+0186
A+0187
A+0188
A+0189
A+0190
A+0191
A+0193
A+0194
A+0195
A+0196
A+0197
A+0198
A+0199
A+0200
A+0201
A+0202
A+0203
A+0204
A+0205
A+0206
A+0207
A+0208
A+0209
A+0210
A+0211
A+0212
A+0213
A+0214
A+0215
A+0216
A+0217
A+0218
A+0219
A+0220
A+0221
A+0222
A+0223
Ex
A+0224
A+0225
A+0226
A+0227
A+0228
A+0229
A+0230
A+0231
A+0232
A+0233
A+0234
A+0235
A+0236
A+0237
A+0238
A+0239
Fx
A+0240
A+0241
A+0242
A+0243
A+0244
A+0245
A+0246
A+0247
A+0248
A+0249
A+0250
A+0251
A+052
A+0253
A+0254
A+0255
294
Heron™ HD3430
Interface Type PC AT PS/2 Alt Mode or USB-Keyboard Alt Mode (continued)
Table 30. Scancode Set When Control Character is 02
x0
x1
x2
x3
x4
x5
X6
x7
x8
x9
xA
xD
xE
xF
0x
Ar↓
Ar↑
Al↓
Al ↑
Cl ↓
Cl ↑
Cr ↓
Cr ↑
BS
Tab

Enter
Ins
Pg Up
1x
Pg Dwn
Home



F6
F1
F2
F3
F4
F5
ESC
F7
F8
F9
F10
2x
A+032
A+033
A+034
A+035
A+036
A+037
A+038
A+039
A+040
A+041
A+042
A+043
A+044
A+045
A+046
A+047
3x
A+048
A+049
A+050
A+051
A+052
A+053
A+054
A+055
A+056
A+057
A+058
A+059
A+060
A+061
A+062
A+063
4x
A+064
A+065
A+066
A+067
A+068
A+069
A+070
A+071
A+072
A+073
A+074
A+075
A+076
A+077
A+078
A+079
5x
A+080
A+081
A+082
A+083
A+084
A+085
A+086
A+087
A+088
A+089
A+090
A+091
A+092
A+093
A+094
A+095
6x
A+096
A+097
A+098
A+099
A+100
A+101
A+102
A+103
A+104
A+105
A+106
A+107
A+108
A+109
A+110
A+111
7x
A+112
A+113
A+114
A+115
A+116
A+117
A+118
A+119
A+120
A+121
A+122
A+123
A+124
A+125
A+126
A+127
8x
A+0128
A+0129
A+0130
A+0131
A+0132
A+0133
A+0134
A+0135
A+0136
A+0137
A+0138
A+0139
A+0140
A+0141
A+0142
A+0143
9x
A+0144
A+0145
A+0146
A+0147
A+0148
A+0149
A+0150
A+0151
A+0152
A+0153
A+0154
A+0155
A+0156
A+0157
A+0158
A+0159
Ax
A+0160
A+0161
A+0162
A+0163
A+0164
A+0165
A+0166
A+0167
A+0168
A+0169
A+0170
A+0171
A+0172
A+0173
A+0174
A+0175
Bx
A+0176
A+0177
A+0178
A+0179
A+0180
A+0181
A+0182
A+0183
A+0184
A+0185
A+0186
A+0187
A+0188
A+0189
A+0190
A+0191
Cx
A+0192
A+0193
A+0194
A+0195
A+0196
A+0197
A+0198
A+0199
A+0200
A+0201
A+0202
A+0203
A+0204
A+0205
A+0206
A+0207
Dx
A+0208
A+0209
A+0210
A+0211
A+0212
A+0213
A+0214
A+0215
A+0216
A+0217
A+0218
A+0219
A+0220
A+0221
A+0222
A+0223
Ex
A+0224
A+0225
A+0226
A+0227
A+0228
A+0229
A+0230
A+0231
A+0232
A+0233
A+0234
A+0235
A+0236
A+0237
A+0238
A+0239
Fx
A+0240
A+0241
A+0242
A+0243
A+0244
A+0245
A+0246
A+0247
A+0248
A+0249
A+0250
A+0251
A+052
A+0253
A+0254
A+0255
Product Reference Guide
xB
xC
Enter
S+ Tab
Keypd
295
Scancode Tables
Microsoft Windows Codepage 1252
Windows-1252 is a character encoding of the Latin alphabet,
used by default in the legacy components of Microsoft Windows
in English and some other Western languages.
Index
Symbols
E
. 219, 222, 229
Expand 143
B
G
bar codes
RS-232
baud rate 69
RS-232 parameters
parity 196
barcodes
cancel 289
numeric barcodes 289
RS-232 parameters
parity 230
Beeper
Pitch, Good Read 97
Volume, Good Read 98
Beeper, Good Read 88
Good Read, Beeper 88
Pitch 97
Volume 98
Good Read, Beeper – 88
Good Read, Beeper Pitch – 97
Good Read, Beeper Volume – 98
C
K
Cable Pinouts 269
Clear to Send 27, 234
Conversion, case 84
Conversion, character 84, 252
Coupon Control 204, 207, 210, 213, 216, 219,
222, 228, 229
CTS 27, 234
D
Defaults 273
Product Reference Guide
H
Handheld Scanner 72
I
Indications 266
keyboard support 40
KEYBOARD WEDGE (KBW) interface selection 15
Keyboard Wedge Connection 6
N
numbers lock key 63, 64
P
Pitch – Good Read, Beeper 97
297
Prefix/Suffix 74, 246
Product Specifications 263
Programming Barcodes 16
R
Read, Beeper – Good 88
Read, Beeper Pitch – Good 97
Read, Beeper Volume – Good 98
Request to Send 27, 234
RS-232 interface selection 14
RTS 27, 234
S
sample barcodes
code 128 285
code 39 285
interleaved 2 of 5 286
Scancode Tables 291
select digits/characters 289
Serial Output 269
Standard Cable Pinouts 269
Suffix 74, 246
Symbologies 233
symbology types 285
T
Table Top Scanner 72
U
UPC 115
USB Connection 6
USB interface selection 14
V
Volume – Good Read, Beeper 98
X
XON/XOFF 27, 234
298
Heron™ HD3430
ASCII Chart
ASCII
Char.
Hex
No.
ASCII
Char.
Hex
No.
ASCII
Char.
Hex
No.
ASCII
Char.
Hex
No.
NUL
SOH
STX
ETX
EOT
ENQ
ACK
BEL
BS
HT
LF
VT
FF
CR
SO
SI
DLE
DC1
DC2
DC3
DC4
NAK
SYN
ETB
CAN
EM
SUB
ESC
FS
GS
RS
US
00
01
02
03
04
05
06
07
08
09
0A
0B
0C
0D
0E
0F
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
1A
1B
1C
1D
1E
1F
SP
!
“
#
$
%
&
’
(
)
*
+
,
.
/
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
:
;
<
=
>
?
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
2A
2B
2C
2D
2E
2F
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
3A
3B
3C
3D
3E
3F
@
A
B
C
D
E
F
G
H
I
J
K
L
M
N
O
P
Q
R
S
T
U
V
W
X
Y
Z
[
\
]
^
_
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
49
4A
4B
4C
4D
4E
4F
50
51
52
53
54
55
56
57
58
59
5A
5B
5C
5D
5E
5F
‘
a
b
c
d
e
f
g
h
i
j
k
l
m
n
o
p
q
r
s
t
u
v
w
x
y
z
{
|
}
~
DEL
60
61
62
63
64
65
66
67
68
69
6A
6B
6C
6D
6E
6F
70
71
72
73
74
75
76
77
78
79
7A
7B
7C
7D
7E
7F
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