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Posiflex PD-2609UE User Manual
PD-2609UE
Rear-Mount Customer Display
User Manual
Package Contents
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PD-2609UE customer display (x 1)
Fixing screws (x 2)
User manual (x 1)
Product Features
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Rear-mount VFD customer display for PS series POS terminal
Green or blue screen filter
Two-line display with 20 characters per line
Large character size for easy viewing: 9.03 mm x 5.25 mm
Various command emulation selectable by DIP switch: ADM, Aedex,
ESC/POS, Futaba, Noritake, UTC
12 international character sets support
19460905010 Ver. Original
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Views of the PD-2609UE
Front View
USB Cable
LCD
Rear View
USB Cable
Heat Dissipation Holes
Heat Dissipation Holes
DIP Switch Cover
Bracket with two Fixing Screw
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Mounting the PD-2609UE onto your POS Terminal
Please follow the below instructions to install the customer display onto your
POS terminal. During installation of PD-2609UE, do NOT power ON the
terminal.
1.
Locate the USB ports on the top side
of your terminal. Then, remove the
cover, when necessary, to access the
USB port. In the example, USB
ports are found on the rear of the
POS terminal.
2.
Take the customer display out of the
PD-2609UE package box. Hold the
display and make sure that its cable
is placed above the bracket mounted
onto the rear side of the display.
3.
Align the USB cable of the display
with the USB port of your terminal.
4.
Connect the USB cable of
PD-2609UE to the USB port on the
top side of your terminal.
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5.
Take two screws out of the package
box. Insert the screws into the lower
row of screw holes as indicated by
the arrows.
6.
While tightening the screws, leave
the screws loose enough to hold the
mounting bracket of the display as
shown in the figure.
7.
By using a diagonal cutting nipper, break off the plastic tab off the rear
I/O cover which you removed from the POS terminal in the Step 1.
8.
Align the two wedge tabs of the rear
I/O cover with the two wedged
portion of the rear plate of the
terminal.
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9.
To keep the cable organized, tuck the extra cable into the I/O
compartment and thread the cable through the cable exit as shown in the
figure.
Cable Exit
10.
Press the back cover into place.
11.
Hang the bracket onto the screws.
12.
Slide it into position along the rail as the below figures show.
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13.
Tighten the screws by keeping
turning them clockwise.
14.
Make sure that PD-2609UE is well
mounted onto the POS terminal.
Setting up the PD-2609UE for Virtual COM Port Mode
To have your POS terminal access PD-2609UE using virtual COM port,
it is required to configure the DIP switch settings and then install the
related virtual COM port drivers. Please follow the below instructions
to complete the configuration of DIP switch. As for the driver
installation, the details will be provided in the following section,
Installing the Virtual COM Driver for PD-2609UE.
1.
Slide the cover of the DIP switch
on the rear of PD-2609UE.
2.
Set DIP switch #1 and #2 to be
OFF.
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Installing the Virtual COM Driver for PD-2609UE
Before proceeding with the following instructions to install the virtual
COM driver on your POS terminal, you must determine whether the
DIP switch positions 1~2 is properly switched to OFF. If not, please go
through the previous section of Setting up the PD-2609UE for Virtual
COM Port Mode to complete the necessary DIP switch settings.
1. Connect the USB cable of PD-2609UE to your POS terminal.
2. Locate the “SA_PD_LM” folder from
the “Drivers” folder in the Local Disk
(C:) of your POS terminal.
3. You will find the “USB_VCOM”
folder and double click it.
4. Then double click the
“USB_VCOM_v519bx” folder.
5. In the folder, you will see some files.
Double click the PDF named USB
VCOM Drivers Installing Guide to
open.
6. Then, refer to this installation guide to complete the driver
installation.
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Adjusting the DIP Switch Settings for PD-2609UE
DIP Switch of PD-2609U, which is comprised of six electrical switches
located at the rear of the customer display, allows you to save your
preferences for USB class and emulation commands. The below figure
gives the list of four available combination of DIP switch settings for
your reference.
USB Class
DIP switch #1 and #2 are mainly responsible for deciding the interface
via which your POS terminal would interact with the customer display.
The below table describes four different combinations of DIP switch
settings supported by PD-2609UE for your reference.
Switch Position
1
2
ON
ON
ON
OFF
OFF
ON
OFF
OFF
USB Class
USB Vendor Class
USB HID Class
Reserved
Virtual COM Port
Emulation Mode
A good range of commands emulation is also provided in PD-2609UE.
By setting up DIP switches from #3 to #6 in order according to the
below table, you may specify the type of command sets which your
pole display will emulate.
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ON
ON
ON
ON
OFF
OFF
Switch Position
4
5
ON
ON
ON
OFF
OFF
ON
OFF
OFF
ON
ON
ON
OFF
6
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
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Emulation Mode
UTC
Aedex
Noritake (Default)
Epson
Futaba
ADM
Applicable Command Code
ADM Emulation Mode
Command Syntax: Control code [+ Data / Line #] [+ Carriage return]
Control Code
<0C>h
<0D>h
<0E>h
<0F>h
<10>h
<1E>h
<1F>h
Function Description
Clear Display
Carriage Return
Write Line 1
Write Line 2
Write Decimal Point
Write Field 1
Write Field 2
Function Area
Line 1 + Line 2
End of Command
Line 1
Line 2
Line 1
Left 8 characters of Line 2
Right 8 characters of Line 2
AEDEX Emulation Mode
Command Syntax: Attention code + Function code + Data + Carriage return
Notes:
 To send the standard Attention code in command mode, please use the
hexadecimal value of <21><23> to achieve the attempt.
Function Code Function Description Function Area
Data Length
1
Display top
Top row
Max. 20 characters
2
Display bottom
Bottom row
Max. 20 characters
4
On going scroll
Top row
Max. 60 characters
6
One time scroll
Top row
Max. 60 characters
7
Stop trapping
N.A.
No characters
8
Change attention code N.A.
2 characters
9
Display whole area
Both rows
Max. 40 characters
EPSON Emulation Mode
Command Syntax: Hexadecimal Code
Name
BS
HT
LF
HOM
CLR
CR
CAN
US MD1
US MD2
US MD3
US LF
US CR
Hex Code
08
09
0A
0B
0C
0D
18
1F 01
1F 02
1F 03
1F 0A
1F 0D
Function Description
Move cursor left
Move cursor right
Move cursor down
Move cursor to home position
Clear display
Move cursor to leftmost position
Clear cursor line
Specify overwrite mode
Specify vertical scroll mode
Specify horizontal scroll mode
Move cursor up
Move cursor to rightmost position
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Name
BS
HT
LF
HOM
CLR
CR
CAN
US MD1
US MD2
US MD3
US $
US ,
US .
US ;
US <
US E
Hex Code
08
09
0A
0B
0C
0D
18
1F 01
1F 02
1F 03
1F 24 n m
1F 2C
1F 2E
1F 3B
1F 3C
1F 45 n
US T
US X
ESC %
ESC &
ESC ?
US @
ESC =
ESC t
1F 54 h m
1F 58 <0n>
1B 25 <0n>
1B 26 addr x1 x2
x3 x4 x5
1B 3F <0n>
1F 40
1B 3D <0n>
1B 74 <0n>
US B
ESC @
ESC R
US U
1F 42
1B 40
1B 52 <0i>
1F 55
Function Description
Move cursor left
Move cursor right
Move cursor down
Move cursor to home position
Clear display
Move cursor to leftmost position
Clear cursor line
Specify overwrite mode
Specify vertical scroll mode
Specify horizontal scroll mode
Move cursor to specified position
Mark comma
Mark period
Mark semicolon
Clear mark
Select/Cancel display screen
blinking
Set and display counter time
Brightness adjustment
Set/Cancel user-defined characters
Define user-defined characters
Delete user-defined characters
Show firmware version
Select peripheral device
Disabling / Enabling Euro Dollar
Sign
n = 0, 13h
Disabling/Enabling Rupee Dollar
Sign
n= 0, 60h
Move cursor to bottom position
Initialize display
International character set
Display counter time
Notes:
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After code page table 19 is selected, the Euro Dollar Sign is designated at code
<D5>h.
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After code page table 96 is selected, the Rupee Dollar Sign is designated at code
<60>h.
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FUTABA Emulation Mode
Command Syntax: Hexadecimal Code
Hex Code
1F
04 bb
1E 0p
1C 0i
05 0D
06 x1 x2
01
x1 x2 02
10 pp
Function Description
Reset
Brightness control
Change font page
International character set
Moving sign
Change leading code
Set pass through flag
Clear pass through flag
Digit select
Hex Code
13
14
08
11 09
12 09
11 0A
12 0A
0D
Function Description
Cursor on
Cursor off
Back space
Horizontal tab
Vertical scroll up
Cursor up/down
Line feed
Carriage return
NORITAKE Emulation Mode
Command Syntax: Hexadecimal Code
Hex Code
1B 49
0E
1B 4C bb
1E 0p
1C 0i
05 0D
06 x1 x2
01
x1 x2 02
1B 48 pp
1B 43 ad x1~x5
Function Description
Reset
Clear
Bright control
Change font page
International character set
Moving sign
Change leading code
Set pass through flag
Clear pass through flag
Digit select
User-defined graphics/fonts
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Hex Code
1B 54 nn
15
16
08
11 09
12 09
11 0A
12 0A
0C
0D
Function Description
Cursor blinking rate
Cursor on
Cursor off
Back space
Horizontal tab
Vertical scroll up
Cursor up/down
Line feed
Form feed
Carriage return
UTC Emulation Mode
Command Syntax: Hexadecimal Code
Mode
UTC PASS
THRU
MODE
DIRECT TO
POLE MODE
Name
<ESC>uA$<CR>
<ESC>uA<CR><ESC>
uB<CR>
<ESC>uB$<C
<ESC>uD$<
Hex Code
1B 75 41 $ 0D
1B 75 41 0D
1B 75 42 0D
1B 75 42 $
1B 75 44
<ESC>uE$
<ESC>uF$
<ESC>uH$
<ESC>uIx<CR>
<ESC>utcEx
<ESC>utcFx
<ESC><RS>*
<EOT>x
<BS>
<HT>
<LF>
<CR>
<DLE>
<DC1>
<DC2>
<DC3>
<DC4>
<CAN>
<EM>
1B 75 45
1B 75 46
1B 75 48
1B 75 49 x 0D
1B 75 74 63 45 x
1B 75 74 63 46 x
1B 1E*
04 x
08
09
0A
0D
10
11
12
13
14
18
19
<SUB>x
<ESC>d*
<FS>
<GS>
<RS>
<US>
1A x
1B 64*
1C
1D
1E
1F
Function Description
Top Line message
Clear Display
Bottom line message
Top line continuous
scrolling
Set/Display time
Top line 1 time scroll
Redefine graphic
Display fonts
Change d mode
Change RS mode
Direct to pole mode
Brightness
Back spacing
Horizontal tab
Line feed
Carriage return
Display position
Normal display mode
Vertical Scroll mode
Cursor on
Cursor off
Clear to end of line
Clear to end of
display
Display fonts
Pass thru mode
Flashing text start
Flashing text end
Clear display
Reset display
Notes:
 The “Mode” column specifies the specific mode applied to the commands.
Two modes are available: “P”(UTC pass thru mode) and “D”(Direct to
pole mode).
 The code marked with an asterisk (*) means that the code can be changed
by other command.
 The letter “x” represents a variable of which the length is 1 byte.
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International Character Sets
Hex code
0
1
2
3
4
5
Country
USA
France
Germany
United Kingdom
Denmark I
Sweden
Hex Code
6
7
8
9
A
B
13
Country
Italy
Spain
Japan
Norway
Denmark II
Ex-Jugoslavia
Specifications
PD-2609UE
Display
VFD
Number of digits
20 digits/row, 2 rows
Dot Matrix
5 x 7 dots
Digit Height
9.03 mm
Digit Width
5.25 mm
Character color
Dark blue
Backlight color
Yellow green
Display Dimension
58 mm (H) x 197 mm (W) x 39.5 mm (D)
Case color
Black
Power Consumption
+5VDC, 800 mA
Environmental
Operating temperature: 0ºC ~ +40ºC
Operating humidity: 20% to 85%, non-condensing
Storage temperature: -10ºC ~ +60ºC
Storage humidity: 5% to 90%, non-condensing
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