Wireless 2D Barcode Scanner User Manual

Wireless 2D Barcode Scanner
User Manual
Model 178907
manhattanproducts.com
MH-178907_UM-1117_REV5.01
Wireless 2D Barcode Scanner
User Manual
Before You Begin
Read through this manual carefully before using the product and operate it according to the manual.
Keep it in an easily accessible location for future reference.
Do not disassemble the device or remove the seal label from the device. Doing so will void the
Manhattan product warranty.
All pictures in this manual are for reference only. The actual product may differ. Manhattan reserves the
right to make changes to any software or hardware to improve reliability, function, or design at any time
without notice. The information contained herein is subject to change without prior notice.
No user, corporation or individual, shall duplicate, in whole or in part, distribute, modify, decompile,
disassemble, decode, reverse engineer, rent, transfer or sublicense such software without prior written
consent from the copyright holders.
This manual is copyrighted. No part of this publication may be reproduced, distributed or used in any
form without written permission from Manhattan Products.
Version History
Version
Description
Date
V1.0
Initial Release
Sept. 10, 2016
V1.01
Add iOS Keyboard Setting
Oct. 26, 2016
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
CHAPTER 1: GETTING STARTED ............................................................................................................................. 5
INTRODUCTION ................................................................................................................................................................. 5
FEATURES ........................................................................................................................................................................ 5
BARCODE OVERVIEW AND SCANNING PROCEDURE ................................................................................................................. 5
TECHNICAL DRAWING AND INFORMATION ............................................................................................................................. 6
CHAPTER 2: SCANNER PARAMETERS..................................................................................................................... 7
PHYSICAL PARAMETERS ...................................................................................................................................................... 7
PERFORMANCE PARAMETERS .............................................................................................................................................. 7
DEPTH OF FIELD ................................................................................................................................................................ 8
USER ENVIRONMENT ......................................................................................................................................................... 8
CHAPTER 3: WIRELESS SETTINGS .......................................................................................................................... 9
BLUETOOTH BARCODE SCANNER PAIRING ............................................................................................................................. 9
Pairing the Barcode Scanner .................................................................................................................................... 9
BLUETOOTH MODES .......................................................................................................................................................... 9
FUNCTIONAL MODES ....................................................................................................................................................... 10
Normal Mode ......................................................................................................................................................... 10
Offline Mode........................................................................................................................................................... 10
Inventory Mode ...................................................................................................................................................... 10
CHAPTER 4: SYSTEM SETTINGS ........................................................................................................................... 11
BUZZER SETTING ............................................................................................................................................................. 11
Sound On and Off ................................................................................................................................................... 11
Trigger Timeout ...................................................................................................................................................... 11
STANDBY TIME ............................................................................................................................................................... 11
Show/Hide an iOS Keyboard with a Single- or Double-Trigger Click ...................................................................... 12
RETURN TO FACTORY DEFAULT .......................................................................................................................................... 12
CHAPTER 5: CUSTOMIZED DATA INCLUSION ....................................................................................................... 13
INTRODUCTION ............................................................................................................................................................... 13
SETTING A CUSTOM PREFIX AND SUFFIX .............................................................................................................................. 13
Start/Stop Prefix and Suffix Setting ........................................................................................................................ 13
Custom Prefix ......................................................................................................................................................... 13
Custom Suffix .......................................................................................................................................................... 14
TERMINATING CHARACTER SETTING ................................................................................................................................... 16
INVISIBLE CHARACTERS SETTING ........................................................................................................................................ 16
Invisible Prefix Character ........................................................................................................................................ 16
Invisible Characters Number .................................................................................................................................. 16
CHAPTER 6: SYMBOLOGIES................................................................................................................................. 18
INTRODUCTION ............................................................................................................................................................... 18
EAN/UPC ................................................................................................................................................................. 18
Codabar .................................................................................................................................................................. 18
Code 39 ................................................................................................................................................................... 18
Code 93 ................................................................................................................................................................... 18
Code 128 ................................................................................................................................................................. 18
China Post ............................................................................................................................................................... 18
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GS1 DataBar (RSS) .................................................................................................................................................. 19
Interleaved 2 of 5.................................................................................................................................................... 19
Industrial 2 of 5 ...................................................................................................................................................... 19
Matrix 2 of 5 ........................................................................................................................................................... 19
Standard 2 of 5 ....................................................................................................................................................... 19
MSI.......................................................................................................................................................................... 19
Telepen ................................................................................................................................................................... 20
QR Code .................................................................................................................................................................. 20
Data Matrix ............................................................................................................................................................ 20
PDF 417 .................................................................................................................................................................. 20
Aztec ....................................................................................................................................................................... 20
Hanxin..................................................................................................................................................................... 20
APPENDICES ...................................................................................................................................................... 21
APPENDIX A-NUMERIC BARCODES (FOR ADDING PREFIX AND SUFFIX) ..................................................................................... 21
APPENDIX B-ASCII TABLE................................................................................................................................................. 22
ADDITIONAL INFORMATION ............................................................................................................................... 26
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Chapter 1: Getting Started
Introduction
The Manhattan Wireless 2D Barcode Scanner is a near-universal barcode reader. Its 2.4G and Bluetooth
transmission modes ensure exact and secure data management, offering excellent performance and
versatility.
The scanner boasts an ergonomic trigger and handle that guarantees easy and comfortable operation.
Its 32-bit CPU processors provide decoding speeds at 300 times per second. The integrated PCB board
ensures reliability and stability.
Features
•
•
•
•
Image Area Scanning: excellent performance in fast and easy decoding of 1D and 2D codes
Human-centered design: ergonomic design ensures easy comfortable operation
Wireless transmission: 2.4G, Bluetooth and 433 wireless transmission are optional; supports one-key
pairing mode
Screen scanning: can scan a mobile phone, PC and other screen types.
Applications
• Retail
• Manufacturing
• Coupons
• Mobile payments
• Health care
Barcode Overview and Scanning Procedure
Barcode and Legend
Manual Introduction
Manual scanning mode:
1. Press and hold the trigger button; the red and white lights activate.
2. Position the center of the codes under the light and move the scanner between the codes to find
the best scanning distance.
3. Decoding (reading) is complete when you hear the buzzer sound and the lights turn off. Codes
are transmitted to the host.
Note: Increase scanning success by scanning the same series of codes at the same reading distance.
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Technical Drawing and Information
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Chapter 2: Scanner Parameters
Physical Parameters
Parameter
Value
Device Weight
< 155 g / 0.34 lbs. (without cable)
Device Size
150 (L) x 70 (W) x 95 (H) mm / 5.9 (L) x 2.8 (W) x 3.7 (H) in.
Material
ABS
Color
Black and Light Blue
Interface
USB
Cable Length
1.5 m / 59 in.
Performance Parameters
Parameter
Value
Light Source
617 nm LED (aimer), 6500 K LEDs (illumination)
Sensor
640*480 CMOS
Processor
ARM 32-bit
Resolution
≥ 0.127 mm (0.005 in.) at PCS 90%
Depth of Field
1 – 45 cm (.39 – 17.7 in.)
Motion Tolerance
> 25 cm/s (9.8 in./s)
Transmission Type
Bluetooth 3.0
Promoting Mode
Buzzer, LED light
Decode Angle
Roll: 0 – 360°; Pitch: ± 60°or greater; Yaw: ± 65° or greater
Transmission Distance
Bluetooth 30 m (98 ft.)
Battery Capacity
1600 mA
Print Contrast
30% PCS
Ambient illumination
100,000 Lux Max
Decode Capability
1D: EAN-8, EAN-13, Codabar, CODE 39, CODE 93, CODE 128, China Post,
GS1-128, UPC-A, UPC-E, UCC/EAN 128, ISBN/ISSN, ISBT, Interleaved 2 of 5,
Standard 2 of 5, Matrix 2 of 5, Industrial 2 of 5, MSI, etc.
2D: QR Code, Data Matrix, PDF417, Aztec, Hanxin, etc.
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Depth of Field
Code
Code Dimension
Nearest
Farthest
Code 39
0.127 mm (0.01 in.)
10 mm (0.4 in.)
70 mm (2.8 in.)
Code 39
0.5 mm (0.02 in.)
30 mm (1.2 in.)
250 mm (9.8 in.)
Code 39
1 mm (0.04 in.)
150 mm (5.9 in.)
450 mm (17.7 in.)
UPC/EAN
0.33 mm (0.01 in.)
40 mm (1.6 in.)
260 mm (10.2 in.)
QR Code
0.51 mm (0.02 in.)
10 mm (0.4 in.)
160 mm (6.3 in.)
Data Matrix
0.25 mm (0.01 in.)
10 mm (0.4 in.)
60 mm (2.4 in.)
PDF 417
0.17 mm (0.01 in.)
10 mm (0.4 in.)
100 mm (3.9 in.)
Test condition: 25℃ (77°F) indoor, ambient illumination 200 Lux, PCS = 0.9
User Environment
User Environment
Value
Operating Temperature
0 to 50℃ (32 – 122°F)
Storage Temperature
-40 to 70℃ (-40 – 158°F)
Relative Humidity
5% to 95% (non-condensing)
IP Level
IP42
Temperature Test
30 minutes for high temp.; 30 minutes for low temp.
Highest Temp
60℃ (140°F)
Lowest Temp
-20℃ (-4°F)
Drop Test
1.5 m (4.9 ft.)
Shock Resistance
10 H at 125 RPM
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Chapter 3: Wireless Settings
Bluetooth Barcode Scanner Pairing
The Manhattan Wireless 2D Barcode Scanner can be connected to PCs, mobile phones and other devices.
Scan the programming barcodes to configure the scanner.
EZ Pair
One-key pairing
Pairing the Barcode Scanner
1. Pull the trigger on the scanner for at least eight seconds to turn it on and enter Pairing Mode.
Scan the above code for easy pairing. The blue indicator LED flashes.
♣ If your computer or device does not support Bluetooth technology, insert the Bluetooth
USB dongle into an available port on that device.
2. Open the Bluetooth app on your computer or device; begin the process to Add a Device by
searching for devices.
3. Find "General Bluetooth HID Barcode Scanner" from the available devices list. Double- or
single-click the link to install the driver.
4. A short beep will sound to confirm the device is paired.
5. The blue LED will remain lit to confirm that pairing is complete.
Bluetooth Modes
The Manhattan Wireless 2D Barcode Scanner allows users to choose from two different communication
modes. HID mode outputs text directly into receptive fields on a computer or mobile device. SPP mode
outputs data through serial port simulation mode (requires serial software tools to receive data).
%%BT_HID
HID MODE*
%%BT_SPP
SPP MODE
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Functional Modes
Normal Mode
Transmits barcode data to the computer/device in real time
%%ALLPT-SET
Normal Mode
Offline Mode
This function saves scanned data when the scanner is out of range of a host device and uploads it
normally when it is back in range
%%ALLAEM-SET
Offline Mode
Inventory Mode
This function retains all scanned barcode data for later upload to a host computer/device.
%%ALLMEM-SET
Inventory Mode
Data Upload
Uploads the barcode data retained by the scanner to the host computer/device
%%ALLMEM-SC
Data Upload
Total Quantity of Data
Reports the number of barcodes stored in the scanner
%%ALLMEM-ZS
Total Quantity of Data
Data Elimination
Clears all stored barcode data from the scanner
%%ALLMEM-QC
Data Elimination
Power Off
Turns the scanner off immediately
%%POWEROFF
Power off
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Chapter 4: System Settings
Buzzer Setting
Sound On and Off
Turns the buzzer on or off, which sounds after a successful scan has occurred
Buzzer Off
Buzzer On (Default)*
Trigger Timeout
Sets the time at which the scanner times out after the last scan; the default setting is 30 seconds.
30s
20s
10s
Standby Time
The default standby time for this wireless scanner is 20 seconds. To change this time, scan the "Start
Setting" code, and then scan the corresponding time programming code.
ALLTIMESET
Start Setting
ALLTIM00
20s
ALLTIM01
30s
ALLTIM02
60s
ALLTIM03
2mins
ALLTIM04
5mins
ALLTIM05
10mins
ALLTIM06
20mins
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Show/Hide an iOS Keyboard with a Single- or Double-Trigger Click
When the scanner is connected to an Apple device, users can scan either of the programming codes
below to enable a single or double click of the trigger to show or hide the on-screen keyboard.
%%ShowPads
Enable/Disable Single Trigger Click
to Show/Hide iOS Keyboard
%%BT_Pads_En
Enable/Disable Double Trigger Click
to Show/Hide iOS Keyboard
Return to Factory Default
Scan the following barcode to return to factory default. This is useful when the scanner is failing to read
barcodes, when changing the configuration is necessary for a different application or purpose, or when
functions that are rarely used have been enabled temporarily.
Factory Default
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Chapter 5: Customized Data Inclusion
Introduction
For some applications, users may wish to include additional information such as barcode type, data
acquisition time or a delimiter to the barcode data. The functions here will append the prefix and suffix
to the data without changing the barcodes.
Note: Customized data — <Prefix><Data><Suffix><Terminating Characters>
Setting a Custom Prefix and Suffix
This option allows users to add prefix and suffix information to the standard barcode. For example, the
host device/computer reports “VC123" when the user programs in the codes for prefixes “V” and “C” as
well as the codes for “1,” “2” and “3." Likewise, the host device or computer receives “123DE” when the
user programs in the codes for suffixes “D” and “E” as well as the codes “1,” “2,” “3.” NOTE: Users can add
up to 10 total characters to the prefix and suffix.
Start/Stop Prefix and Suffix Setting
Scan the Start/Stop Setting programming barcode to enter or exit the process of adding prefixes
and suffixes.
Start/Stop Setting
Custom Prefix
Refer to Appendix B for the desired code combinations that are used to scan the numeric barcode(s)
in Appendix A; have them ready to scan. Then, follow the steps using the example below as a guide:
Add a single prefix
Example: add “@” as a prefix; the corresponding ASCII code is 064.
1. Scan the “Start/Stop Setting” programming code to enter the setting mode;
2. Scan “the 1st Digit Prefix Setting Code” in the table below;
3. Scan the set of numeric barcodes “0,” “6,” and “4” (See Appendix A’s “Digit Barcodes”);
4. Scan the “Start/Stop Setting” programming code again to exit the setting mode.
Add multiple prefixes
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
Scan “Start/Stop Setting” programming code to enter the setting;
Scan “the 1st Digit Prefix Setting Code” in the table below;
Scan the first set of numeric barcodes (See Appendix A’s “Digit Barcodes”);
Scan “the 2nd Digit Prefix Setting Code” in the table below;
Scan the second set of numeric barcodes (See Appendix A’s “Digit Barcodes”);
Scan “the Nth Digit Prefix Setting Code” in the table below;
Scan the Nth set of numeric barcodes (See Appendix A’s “Digit Barcodes”);
Scan “Start/Stop Setting” programming code again to exit this setting mode.
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Prefix Setting Code
The 1st Prefix Setting Code
The 2nd Prefix Setting Code
The 3rd Prefix Setting Code
The 4thPrefix Setting Code
The 5th Prefix Setting Code
The 6th Prefix Setting Code
The 7th Prefix Setting Code
The 8th Prefix Setting Code
The 9th Prefix Setting Code
The 10th Prefix Setting Code
Clear All Prefixes
Clear all user-set prefixes by scanning “Clear All Prefixes.”
Clear All Prefixes
Custom Suffix
Refer to Appendix B for the desired code combinations that are used to scan the numeric barcode(s)
in Appendix A; have them ready to scan. Then, follow the steps using the example below as a guide:
Add a single suffix
Example:add “#” as a suffix; the corresponding ASCII code is 035.
1. Scan the “Start/Stop Setting” programming code to enter the setting mode;
2. Scan “the 1st Digit Suffix Setting Code” in the table below;
3. Scan the numeric barcodes “0,” “3,” and “5” (See Appendix A’s “Digit Barcodes”);
4. Scan “Start/Stop Setting” programming code again to end this setting mode.
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Add multiple suffixes
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
Scan the “Start/Stop Setting” programming code to enter the setting mode;
Scan “the 1st Digit Suffix Setting Code” in the table below;
Scan the first set of numeric barcodes (See Appendix A’s “Digit Barcodes”);
Scan “the 2nd Digit Suffix Setting Code”;
Scan the second set of numeric barcodes (See Appendix A’s “Digit Barcodes”)
Scan “the Nth Digit Prefix Setting Code”;
Scan the Nth set of numeric barcodes (See Appendix A’s “Digit Barcodes”);
Scan the “Start/Stop Setting” programming code again to exit the setting mode.
Suffix Setting Code
The 1stSuffix Setting Code
The 2nd Suffix Setting Code
The 3rd Suffix Setting Code
The 4th Suffix Setting Code
The 5th Suffix Setting Code
The 6th Suffix Setting Code
The 7th Suffix Setting Code
The 8th Suffix Setting Code
The 9th Suffix Setting Code
The 10th Suffix Setting Code
Clear All Suffixes
Clear all user-set suffixes by scanning “Clear All Suffixes.”
Clear All Suffixes
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Terminating Character Setting
Corresponding terminating character can be added during using the scanner to meet the user's
requirements.
Add Return CR*
Cancel Add Return CR
Add Newline LF
Cancel Add Newline LF
Add Return and Newline CR+LF
Cancel Add Return and Newline
CR+LF
Invisible Characters Setting
The Invisible Characters setting allows users to hide the characters for a barcode they’ve scanned. If the
first two characters (prefix) of the code “123456” are set to invisible, “3456” will be received on the host
device. Likewise, if the last two characters (suffix) of that same code are set to invisible, “1234” will be the
received on the host device.
Invisible Prefix Character
Scan the Invisible Prefix or Suffix Character programming barcode below. Then, scan <Invisible N
Characters> programming code to hide the characters you want to make invisible.
Invisible Prefix Character
Invisible Suffix Character
Invisible Characters Number
1st Invisible Character
2nd Invisible Character
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3rd Invisible Character
4th Invisible Character
5th Invisible Character
6th Invisible Character
7th Invisible Character
8th Invisible Character
9th Invisible Character
10th Invisible Character
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Chapter 6: Symbologies
Introduction
Every symbology (barcode system) has its own attributes. The programming barcodes that follow will
configure the scanner so it can read them. Manhattan recommends disabling those that are rarely used
to increase the efficiency of the scanner.
EAN/UPC
Enable EAN13/UPC*
Disable EAN/UPC
Enable Codabar*
Disable Codabar
Enable Code 39*
Disable Code 39
Enable Code 93
Disable Code 93*
Enable Code 128*
Disable Code 128
Codabar
Code 39
Code 93
Code 128
China Post
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Enable China Post
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Disable China Post*
GS1 DataBar (RSS)
Enable RSS
Disable RSS*
Interleaved 2 of 5
Enable Interleaved 2 of 5*
Disable Interleaved 2 of 5
Industrial 2 of 5
Enable Industrial 2 of 5
Disable Industrial 2 of 5*
Matrix 2 of 5
Enable Matrix 2 of 5
Disable Matrix 2 of 5*
Standard 2 of 5
Enable Standard 2 of 5
Disable Standard 2 of 5*
Enable MSI
Disable MSI*
MSI
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Telepen
Enable Telepen
Disable Telepen*
Enable QR Code*
Disable QR Code
Enable Data Matrix*
Disable Data Matrix
Enable PDF 417*
Disable PDF 417
Enable Aztec
Disable Aztec*
Enable Hanxin
Disable Hanxin*
QR Code
Data Matrix
PDF 417
Aztec
Hanxin
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Appendices
Appendix A-Numeric Barcodes (For Adding Prefix and Suffix)
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
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Appendix B-ASCII Table
Hex
ASCII
Char
00
000
NUL (Null char.)
01
001
SOH (Start of Header)
02
002
STX (Start of Text)
03
003
ETX (End of Text)
04
004
EOT (End of Transmission)
05
005
ENQ (Enquiry)
06
006
ACK (Acknowledgment)
07
007
BEL (Bell)
08
008
BS (Backspace)
09
009
HT (Horizontal Tab)
0A
010
LF (Line Feed)
0B
011
VT (Vertical Tab)
0C
012
FF (Form Feed)
0D
013
CR (Carriage Return)
0E
014
SO (Shift Out)
0F
015
SI (Shift In)
10
016
DLE (Data Link Escape)
11
017
DC1 (XON) (Device Control 1)(XON)
12
018
DC2 (Device Control 2)
13
019
DC3 (XOFF) (Device Control 3)(XOFF)
14
020
DC4 (Device Control 4)
15
021
NAK (Negative Acknowledgment)
16
022
SYN (Synchronous Idle)
17
023
ETB (End of Trans. Block)
18
024
CAN (Cancel)
19
025
EM (End of Medium)
1A
026
SUB (Substitute)
1B
027
ESC (Escape)
1C
028
FS (File Separator)
1D
029
GS (Group Separator)
1E
030
RS (Request to Send)
1F
031
US (Unit Separator)
20
032
SP (Space)
21
033
! (Exclamation Mark)
22
034
" (Double Quote)
23
035
# (Number Sign)
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Hex
ASCII
Char
24
036
$ (Dollar Sign)
25
037
% (Percent)
26
038
& (Ampersand)
27
039
` (Single Quote)
28
040
( (Right / Closing Parenthesis)
29
041
) (Right / Closing Parenthesis)
2A
042
* (Asterisk)
2B
043
+ (Plus)
2C
044
, (Comma)
2D
045
- (Minus / Dash)
2E
046
. (Dot)
2F
047
/(Forward Slash)
30
048
0
31
049
1
32
050
2
33
051
3
34
052
4
35
053
5
36
054
6
37
055
7
38
056
8
39
057
9
3A
058
: (Colon)
3B
059
; (Semi-colon)
3C
060
< (Less Than)
3D
061
= (Equal Sign)
3E
062
> (Greater Than)
3F
063
? (Question Mark)
40
064
@ (AT Symbol)
41
065
A
42
066
B
43
067
C
44
068
D
45
069
E
46
070
F
47
071
G
48
072
H
49
073
I
4A
074
J
4B
075
K
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Hex
ASCII
Char
4C
076
L
4D
077
M
4E
078
N
4F
079
O
50
080
P
51
081
Q
52
082
R
53
083
S
54
084
T
55
085
U
56
086
V
57
087
W
58
088
X
59
089
Y
5A
090
Z
5B
091
[ (Left / Opening Bracket)
5C
092
\ (Back Slash)
5D
093
] (Right / Closing Bracket)
5E
094
^ (Caret / Circumflex)
5F
095
_ (Underscore)
60
096
' (Grave Accent)
61
097
A
62
098
B
63
099
C
64
100
d
65
101
e
66
102
f
67
103
g
68
104
h
69
105
i
6A
106
j
6B
107
k
6C
108
l
6D
109
m
6E
110
n
6F
111
o
70
112
p
71
113
q
72
114
r
73
115
s
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Hex
ASCII
Char
74
116
t
75
117
u
76
118
v
77
119
w
78
120
x
79
121
y
7A
122
z
7B
123
{ (Left/ Opening Brace)
7C
124
| (Vertical Bar)
7D
125
} (Right/Closing Brace)
7E
126
~ (Tilde)
7F
127
DEL (Delete)
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Additional Information
WASTE ELECTRICAL & ELECTRONIC EQUIPMENT
DISPOSAL OF ELECTRIC AND ELECTRONIC EQUIPMENT
(Applicable In The European Union And Other European Countries With Separate Collection Systems)
ENGLISH: This symbol on the product or its packaging means that this product must not be treated as unsorted household waste. In
accordance with EU Directive 2012/19/EU on Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment (WEEE), this electrical product must be
disposed of in accordance with the user’s local regulations for electrical or electronic waste. Please dispose of this product by
returning it to your local point of sale or recycling pickup point in your municipality.
DEUTSCH: Dieses auf dem Produkt oder der Verpackung angebrachte Symbol zeigt an, dass dieses Produkt nicht mit dem Hausmüll
entsorgtwerden darf. In Übereinstimmung mit der Richtlinie 2012/19/EU des Europäischen Parlaments und des Rates über Elektro- und
Elektronik-Altgeräte (WEEE) darf dieses Elektrogerät nicht im normalen Hausmüll oder dem Gelben Sack entsorgt werden. Wenn Sie dieses
Produkt entsorgen möchten, bringen Sie es bitte zur Verkaufsstelle zurück oder zum Recycling-Sammelpunkt Ihrer Gemeinde.
ESPAÑOL: Este símbolo en el producto o su embalaje indica que el producto no debe tratarse como residuo doméstico. De conformidad
con la Directiva 2012/19/EU de la UE sobre residuos de aparatos eléctricos y electrónicos (RAEE), este producto eléctrico no puede
desecharse se con el resto de residuos no clasificados. Deshágase de este producto devolviéndolo a su punto de venta o a un punto de
recolección municipal para su reciclaje.
FRANÇAIS: Ce symbole sur Ie produit ou son emballage signifie que ce produit ne doit pas être traité comme un déchet ménager.
Conformément à la Directive 2012/19/EU sur les déchets d’équipements électriques et électroniques (DEEE), ce produit électrique ne doit
en aucun cas être mis au rebut sous forme de déchet municipal non trié. Veuillez vous débarrasser de ce produit en Ie renvoyant à son point
de vente ou au point de ramassage local dans votre municipalité, à des fins de recyclage.
ITALIANO: Questo simbolo sui prodotto o sulla relativa confezione indica che il prodotto non va trattato come un rifiuto domestico. In
ottemperanza alla Direttiva UE 2012/19/EU sui rifiuti di apparecchiature elettriche ed elettroniche (RAEE), questa prodotto elettrico non
deve essere smaltito come rifiuto municipale misto. Si prega di smaltire il prodotto riportandolo al punto vendita o al punto di raccolta
municipale locale per un opportuno riciclaggio.
POLSKI: Jeśli na produkcie lub jego opakowaniu umieszczono ten symbol, wówczas w czasie utylizacji nie wolno wyrzucać tego produktu
wraz z odpadami komunalnymi. Zgodnie z Dyrektywą Nr 2012/19/EU w sprawie zużytego sprzętu elektrycznego i elektronicznego (WEEE),
niniejszego produktu elektrycznego nie wolno usuwać jako nie posortowanego odpadu komunalnego. Prosimy o usuniecie niniejszego
produktu poprzez jego zwrot do punktu zakupu lub oddanie do miejscowego komunalnego punktu zbiórki odpadów przeznaczonych do
recyklingu.
WARRANTY INFORMATION
ENGLISH: For warranty information, go to manhattan-products.com/t/warranty.
DEUTSCH: Garantieinformationen finden Sie unter manhattan-products.com/t/warranty.
ESPAÑOL: Si desea obtener información sobre la garantía, visite manhattan-products.com/t/warranty.
FRANÇAIS: Pour consulter les informations sur la garantie, visitez manhattan-products.com/t/warranty.
POLSKI: Informacje dotyczące gwarancji znajdują się na stronie manhattan-products.com/t/warranty.
ITALIANO: Per informazioni sulla garanzia, accedere a manhattan-products.com/t/warranty.
EN MÉXICO: Póliza de Garantía Manhattan — Datos del importador y responsable ante el consumidor IC Intracom México, S.A.P.I. de C.V. • Av.
Interceptor Poniente # 73, Col. Parque Industrial La Joya, Cuautitlán Izcalli, Estado de México, C.P. 54730, México. • Tel. (55)1500-4500 • La
presente garantía cubre los siguientes productos contra cualquier defecto de fabricación en sus materiales y mano de obra.
A. Garantizamos los productos de limpieza, aire comprimido y consumibles, por 60 dias a partir de la fecha de entrega, o por el tiempo
en que se agote totalmente su contenido por su propia función de uso, lo que suceda primero.
B. Garantizamos los productos con partes móviles por 3 años.
C. Garantizamos los demás productos por 5 años (productos sin partes móviles), bajo las siguientes condiciones:
1. Todos los productos a que se refiere esta garantía, ampara su cambio físico, sin ningún cargo para el consumidor.
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2. El comercializador no tiene talleres de servicio, debido a que los productos que se garantizan no cuentan con reparaciones, ni
refacciones, ya que su garantía es de cambio físico.
3. La garantía cubre exclusivamente aquellas partes, equipos o sub-ensambles que hayan sido instaladas de fábrica y no incluye en
ningún caso el equipo adicional o cualesquiera que hayan sido adicionados al mismo por el usuario o distribuidor.
Para hacer efectiva esta garantía bastará con presentar el producto al distribuidor en el domicilio donde fue adquirido o en el domicilio de
IC Intracom México, S.A.P.I. de C.V., junto con los accesorios contenidos en su empaque, acompañado de su póliza debidamente llenada y
sellada por la casa vendedora (indispensable el sello y fecha de compra) donde lo adquirió, o bien, la factura o ticket de compra original
donde se mencione claramente el modelo, número de serie (cuando aplique) y fecha de adquisición. Esta garantía no es válida en los
siguientes casos: Si el producto se hubiese utilizado en condiciones distintas a las normales; si el producto no ha sido operado conforme a
los instructivos de uso; o si el producto ha sido alterado o tratado de ser reparado por el consumidor o terceras personas.
REGULATORY STATEMENTS
FCC Class B
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of Federal
Communications Commission (FCC) Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a
residential installation. This equipment generates, uses and can radiate radio frequency energy, and if not installed and used in accordance
with the instructions may cause harmful interference to radio communications. However, there is no guarantee that interference will not
occur in a particular installation. If this equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or television reception, which can be
determined by turning the equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or more of the following
measures: reorient or relocate the receiving antenna; increase the separation between the equipment and the receiver; connect the
equipment to an outlet on a circuit different from the receiver; or consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help.
CE
English: This device complies with the requirements of CE RED 2014/53/EU, 2014/30/EU and/or 2014/35/EC. The Declaration of Conformity for is
available at:
Deutsch: Dieses Gerät enspricht der CE RED 2014/53/EU, 2014/30/EU und / oder 2014/35/EC. Die Konformitätserklärung für dieses Produkt finden
Sie unter:
Español: Este dispositivo cumple con los requerimientos de CE RED 2014/53/EU, 2014/30/EU y / o 2014/35/EC. La declaración de conformidad esta
disponible en:
Français: Cet appareil satisfait aux exigences de CE RED 2014/53/EU, 2014/30/EU et / ou 2014/35/EC. La Déclaration de Conformité est disponible à:
Polski: Urządzenie spełnia wymagania CE RED 2014/53/EU, 2014/30/EU I / lub 2014/35/EC. Deklaracja zgodności dostępna jest na stronie
internetowej producenta:
Italiano: Questo dispositivo è conforme alla CE RED 2014/53/EU, 2014/30/EU e / o 2014/35/EC. La dichiarazione di conformità è disponibile al:
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