Wincor Nixdorf BA63GU-2 Operating instructions

Wincor Nixdorf BA63GU-2 Operating instructions
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BA63GU-2
Graphical Customer Display
Operating Manual
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BA63GU-2
Graphical Customer Display
Operating Manual
Edition June 2018
Contents
Contents
MANUFACTURER’S DECLARATION ........................................................... 6
FCC CLASS A DECLARATION ......................................................................... 6
NOTE ON CARE ............................................................................................. 7
W ARRANTY .................................................................................................. 7
RECYCLING THE BA63GU ............................................................................. 8
OVERVIEW ................................................................................................... 9
CABLE INSTALLATION.............................................................................. 11
FOR ROD-MOUNTED .................................................................................... 11
FOR SWIVEL BASE ....................................................................................... 13
CONTROL SEQUENCES ............................................................................ 15
VT100 COMMANDS ..................................................................................... 15
POS COMMANDS ........................................................................................ 16
SCREEN COORDINATES ............................................................................... 18
Normal Mode ......................................................................................... 18
Thai Mode ............................................................................................. 19
CONTROL CODES AND COMMAND DESCRIPTION ............................................. 20
Backspace (without deleting) ................................................................. 20
Line feed................................................................................................ 20
Carriage return ...................................................................................... 20
Clear Screen.......................................................................................... 20
Position cursor ....................................................................................... 21
Delete to end of line ............................................................................... 21
Set Country code ................................................................................... 22
Display identification .............................................................................. 23
Character Set identification .................................................................... 24
Firmware identification ........................................................................... 25
Set Character Resolution ....................................................................... 26
Set Character Size................................................................................. 27
Dump user-define image to display ........................................................ 28
Set Clock ............................................................................................... 28
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Set Watch Dog of cable monitor ............................................................. 29
Load User Logo and Set Display Monitor ............................................... 29
Set Line mode ....................................................................................... 30
Turn On/Off display backlight ................................................................. 30
Set baud rate for serial port.................................................................... 31
Set BA63G Compatible Mode ................................................................ 32
Read current Display Mode .................................................................... 32
COMMANDS FOR USB INTERFACE ................................................................. 33
Write Data Command ............................................................................ 33
Read Display Identification..................................................................... 33
Read Character Sets ............................................................................. 34
Reset Request ....................................................................................... 34
Status Request ...................................................................................... 34
Request self-test .................................................................................... 34
FIRMWARE & FONT DOWNLOAD ............................................................. 36
CHARACTER SETS .................................................................................... 37
HANDLING TEXT AND CONTROL SEQUENCE ..................................................... 37
Displayable Characters .......................................................................... 37
Undefined Characters and Control sequence ......................................... 37
BUILT-IN CHARACTER SET ........................................................................... 38
IBM 437 ................................................................................................. 38
International Characters......................................................................... 39
LOADABLE CHARACTER SETS ....................................................................... 40
Thai Character Set................................................................................. 41
CONFIGURING THE DEVICE...................................................................... 42
Cable for Beetle /Fusion Customer Display ............................................ 42
TECHNICAL DATA ..................................................................................... 45
COMMAND COMPATIBILITY...................................................................... 46
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Manufacturers Certification and notes
Manufacturer’s Declaration
This device fulfils the requirements of the EEC directives
2004/108/EC “Electromagnetic Compatibility”
Therefore, you will find the CE mark on the rear side of the
device or packaging.
FCC Class A Declaration
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a
Class A digital device, pursuant to part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are
designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference when
the equipment is operated in a commercial environment. This equipment
generates, uses, and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed
and used in accordance with the instruction manual, may cause harmful
interference to radio communications.
Operation of this equipment in a residential area is likely to cause harmful
interference in which case the user will be required to correct the interference
at his expense. Modifications not authorized by the manufacturer may void
user authority to operate this device. This class A digital apparatus complies
with Canadian ICES-003.
Cet appareil numerique de la classe A est conforme à la norme NMB-003 du
Canada.
Device repairs must be carried out by authorized personnel. All
guarantee and liability claims are automatically excluded if repairs
have been carried out by unauthorized personnel.
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Manufacturer’s Certification and notes
Note on Care
Wipe the customer display with a damp cloth as required. Solvents must not
be used under any circumstances as they may damage the plastic.
Warranty
Diebold Nixdorf generally guarantees a limited warranty engagement for 12
months beginning with the date of delivery. This warranty engagement covers
all those damages which occur despite a normal use of the product.
Damages because of
improper or insufficient maintenance,
improper use of the product or unauthorized modifications of the product,
inadequate location or surroundings
they will not be covered by the warranty.
For details please consult your contract documents.
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Recycling the BA63GU
Environmental protection does not begin when it is time to
dispose of the BA63GU; it begins with the manufacturer.
This product was designed according to our internal norm
“Environmental conscious product design and
development”.
The BA63GU is manufactured without the use of CFCs und CCHS and is
produced mainly from reusable components and materials.
The processed plastics can, for the most part, be recycled. Even the precious
metals can be recovered, thus saving energy and costly raw materials.
Please do not stick labels onto plastic case parts. This would help us to re-use
components and material.
At this time, there are still some parts that are not reusable. Diebold Nixdorf
guarantees the environmentally safe disposal of these parts in a Recycling
Center, which is certified pursuant to ISO 9001.
So don’t simply throw your BA63GU on the scrap heap when it has served its
time, but take advantage of the environmentally smart, up-to-date recycling
methods!
Please contact your competent branch office for information on how to return
and re-use devices and disposable materials.
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Overview
Overview
The BA63GU customer display is mainly used in POS installations that are
designed in modular form. It is available in several forms: swivel based, polemounted, keyboard-mounted as well as in the Fusion customer display
housing.
The display is a STN Liquid Crystal Display with a screen resolution of 240 64
pixels. It is capable of displaying 2 or 4 lines of up to 30 Latin characters per
line. Besides the built-in ASCII character set, it also supports 2-byte character
sets downloadable via software. The character resolution for the standard (1byte code) character is 8 16 (W H) pixels and, the 2-byte code character is
16 16 pixels
The device has the capability to display downloaded bitmap pictures. With this
feature, user can display user-define image.
The display has dual interfaces, RS232 and USB. It will operate as either
RS232 or USB decided by the type of cable used to connect to the host.
Figure 1: BA63GU on swivel base
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Figure 2: BA63GU pole-mounted
The tube diameter is 40 mm (+ 0.3 mm / - 0.1 mm). The tube is ordered
separately.
The connection cables are available in different lengths. Cables have to be
ordered separately and will be delivered separately too.
Figure 3: BA63GU in Fusion customer display housing
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Cable Installation
Cable Installation
For rod-mounted
(1) Press the latch to release
hinge.
(2) Disconnect the hinge from
the device.
(3) Thread the cable through
the adapter.
(4) And the through the hinge
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Connect the hinge and adapter
together.
Secure the cable in the strain
relief provided.
The distance between the strain
relief and the tip of the connector
must be 73 mm (+/- 2 mm)
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Cable Installation
For Swivel base
(1) Press the latch to release
hinge.
(2) Disconnect the hinge from
the customer display.
(3) Thread the cable through
the adapter.
(4) And the through the hinge.
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Connect the hinge to the base.
On the bottom side of the base,
loosen one of the screws (see
arrow) and rotate the cable clip
about the other fastener. Guide
the cable under the clip and shift
the clip back to position. Tighten
the screw.
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Control Sequences
The customer display is controlled via software commands. The commands
are entered with the appropriate ESC sequences. The following functions are
available:
The BA63GU customer display operates in VT100 mode, i.e. it emulates a
subset of the VT100 ESC sequences and control bytes, plus vendor-specific
commands.
VT100 Commands
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Backspace (without deleting)
BS
Line feed
LF
Carriage return
CR
Clear Screen
ESC[2J
Position cursor
ESC[Py;PxH
Delete to end of line
ESC[0K
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POS Commands
Set country code
ESCRn
Display identification
ESC[0c
Character set identification
ESC[1c
Firmware identification
ESC[2c
Select display resolution
ESC[nB
Select Character Size
ESC[n;mZ
Dump user defined picture to
screen
ESC[Py;PxD
Setting clock
ESC[hh;mmT
Setting watch dog of cable
monitor
ESC[nnT
Load user logo and set display
monitor
ESC[nnL
Select line mode
ESC[nI
Turn on / off display
ESC[nP
Set baud rate for serial
interface
ESC[n;mS
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Switch to BA63G Compatible
Mode
ESC[nE
Read current Display Mode
ESC[E
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Screen Coordinates
Normal Mode
The display area is divided into 4 lines, of 30 Latin characters per line. The
coordinate of the displayed characters are always with reference to the upperleft corner of the character.
A double byte character or an enlarged single byte character occupies twice
the width of a single byte character. The coordinate of such character refers to
the upper-left corner of the character. Referring to the above example, the
coordinates of the 3 different sizes, normal, double-height and double-width
double-height, of the Chinese character ' ' are (4; 3), (1; 8) and (3; 17)
respectively.
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Thai Mode
Thai character set contains standard ASCII characters in the lower range of
the table from 0x20 to 0x7F and Thai characters in the upper range from 0x80
to 0xFF.
Thai characters are constructed by overlaying four layers consisting of
consonants, vowel and tone marks. Application must always send a 4-byte
sequence for each Thai character where the 1st byte refers to level 1, 2nd byte
is level 2, etc. When the country code is set to Thai, character codes in the
range from 80h to FFh are recognized as Thai elements. It is possible to
mixed Thai characters and ASCII characters (20h to 7Fh) in a single display
line.
Below table illustrates how the Thai character
1st
Byte
Value
Pattern
E9h
is formed:
2nd
Byte
3rd
Byte
4th
Byte
A0h
BCh
D9h
(blank)
Resultant
Pattern
The first byte is the tone mark or cancellation mark that appears at the top
level. The code locations for this group are at E8h, E9h, EAh, EBh and ECh.
The second byte is the vowel that appears at the 2nd level. The code locations
for this group are at D1h, D4h, D5h, D6h, D7h and E7h.
The third byte is the base character (consonant), and the fourth byte is the
vowel located below the base character.
If a vowel or tone mark at a specific level is not present, it is replaced by a
blank character (A0h).
If the character reaches the end of display line, the cursor coordinate does not
automatically position itself to the next line.
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Control codes and Command Description
This section describes the control code and escape commands supported by
the device. Unless stated otherwise, all commands are common for both
RS232C and USB interface.
Backspace (without deleting)
The BS command (hexadecimal 08) moves the cursor one space to the left. If
there is a character in the position to which the cursor moves, it is not deleted.
This command is ignored if the cursor is already at the first position of the line.
Line feed
The LF command (hexadecimal 0A) moves the invisible cursor down a line if it
is positioned in one of the first three lines of the display. The column position
of the cursor remains unchanged.
The position of the cursor remains unchanged if it is already in the last line.
The contents of the screen are scrolled up one line and the last line is deleted.
Carriage return
The cursor is moved to the beginning of the line in which it is currently
positioned when the CR command (hexadecimal 0D) is entered. The
command is ignored if the cursor is already at the beginning of the line.
Clear Screen
The display can be cleared with this ESC sequence. The cursor position
remains unchanged. The ESC sequence is as follows:
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Hexadecimal
ESC [ 2 J
1B 5B 32 4A
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Position cursor
The cursor position can be defined with this ESC sequence. The cursor is not
visible on the display whilst this is being carried out. The following ESC
sequence (for example) can be implemented:
Code
Hexadecimal
ESC [ <Py>;<Px> H
1B 5B 31 3B 31 48
The parameters are transferred as ASCII characters and have the following
meaning:
Parameter
Py
Px
Meaning
Line number
Column number
Example
If you select 0 for the parameter value, this is interpreted as 1 by the display.
If, on the other hand, you select a value which is greater than the maximum
line and column value, the display will interpret this value as the maximum
value permitted.
The cursor is positioned in the first column of the first line if no parameter
values are entered.
Note:
This command is not applicable if the selected country code is Thai.
Delete to end of line
This command deletes the characters from the cursor, cursor position is
included, to the end of the line. The position of the cursor remains unchanged.
The ESC sequence is as follows:
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Code
Hexadecimal
ESC [ 0 K
1B 5B 30 4B
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Set Country code
The following ESC sequence is implemented in order to select a countryspecific character set:
Code
Hexadecimal
ESC R <n>
1B 52 n
The hexadecimal value n corresponds to the country code and defines the
country-specific character set. The USA character set corresponds to the
default setting.
Country
code
Character set
Country
code
Character set
00
01
02
03
04
05
06
07
08
09
0A
0B
0C
USA
France
Germany
Great Britain
Denmark 1
Sweden
Italy
Spain 1
Japan
Norway
Denmark 2
Spain 2
Latin America
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
43
62
63
80
90
92
93
A0
Standard
Latin 1
Latin 2
Latin 5 / Turkey
Latin 1 +€ char
Latin / Cyrillic
Latin Greek 2
Latin / Hebrew
Latin Greek 2
Arabic
Korean 1-byte
Katagana
Shift JIS
GB Jianti
BIG 5
BIG 5 + HK
Korean 2-byte
B1
Thai 4-level (12x32)
The above character sets listed in the left table are standard character sets.
Those character sets listed on the right table are optional character sets. They
are available only when the specific character set is downloaded into the
device.
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Display identification
This command returns the display characteristics.
Code
Hexadecimal
ESC [ 0 c
1B 5B 30 63
Return string:
Response
Hexadecimal
ESC [ ? <p1>;<p2>;<p3>;<p4>;<p5> c
1B 5B 3F p1 3B p2 3B
p3 3B p4 3B p5 63
p1
p2
p3
p4
p5
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Type of display
Firmware type
Character set
Number of lines
Column/line
=
=
=
=
=
3
80
2
4
30
LCD display
fixed
modified IBM character set
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Character Set identification
This command returns the country code of the external character sets
currently installed.
Code
Hexadecimal
ESC [ 1 c
1B 5B 31 63
Return string:
Response
Hexadecimal
ESC [ ? <cp1>;<cc1>;<cp2>;<cc2> … ;
<cpn>;<ccn> c
1B 5B 3F cp1 3B cc1
3B … 3B cpn 3B ccn
63
Where cc1, cc2, … ccn and cp1, cp2, … cpn are respectively the country
codes and code pages of the external character sets currently installed.
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Firmware identification
This command returns the boot and main firmware version and subversion
numbers.
Code
Hexadecimal
ESC [ 2 c
1B 5B 32 63
Return string:
Response
Hexadecimal
ESC [ ? <p1> <p2>;<p3> <p4> c
1B 5B 3F p1 p2 3B
p3 p4 63
Where,
p1, p2 are the boot firmware version and subversion number. (Note: boot
firmware version return is fixed as 00h 00h)
p3, p4 are the main firmware version and subversion number.
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Set Character Resolution
This command sets the character resolution. After sending this command, all
characters sent will be displayed in the selected resolution. (Note: this
command is for backward compatibility to BA63G)
The width of single byte character is half of the width of double byte character.
When displaying double height character (i.e. n=1 or 2), a line feed command
moves the cursor 2 lines down instead of 1 line. In this case, if the movement
positions the cursor out of the screen, the device scrolls the whole screen 2
lines up and with the cursor remaining at the same location.
Code
Hexadecimal
ESC [ <n> B
1B 5B n 42
Where n is defined as:
n
0x30
0x31
0x32
Double Byte
Characters
Resolution
(W H)
16 16
16 32
32 32
Single Byte
Characters
Resolution
(W H)
8 16
8 32
16 32
Note: Default value for n is “0” (0x30).
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Set Character Size
This command set single or double width/height. Displayable characters sent
after this command will be in the selected size. (Note: this command is for
backward compatibility to BA63GV).
The width of single byte character is half of the width of double byte character.
When displaying double height character (m=2), a line feed command moves
the cursor 2 lines down instead of 1 line. In this case, if the movement
positions the cursor out of the screen, the device scrolls the whole screen 2
lines up and with the cursor remaining at the same location.
Code
Hexadecimal
ESC [ <n> ; < m> Z
1B 5B n ; m 5A
Where n is defined as:
n
m
0x31
0x31
0x32
0x32
0x31
0x32
0x31
0x32
Double Byte
Characters
Resolution
(W H)
16 16
16 32
32 16
32 x 32
Single Byte
Characters
Resolution
(W H)
8 16
8 32
16 16
16 x 32
Note: Default value for n and m is “1” (0x31).
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Dump user-define image to display
This command allows application to display an image on the display. There
are 240 pixels horizontally, each has 30 bytes each representing 8 pixels. The
reference frame is at the upper left-corner of the display. The origin of the
image can be positioned vertical in pixel and horizontally in byte.
Code
Hexadecimal
ESC [ <y> ; <x> D <w>
<d> <data>
1B 5B y 3B x 44 w d data
Below illustrate the coordinate system for image dump.
1; 1
2; 1
:
:
:
8; 1
1; 2
2; 2
:
:
:
8; 2
....
....
....
....
....
....
....
....
....
1; 240
2; 240
:
:
:
8; 240
Set Clock
This command set the time for the internal clock. Once set, the display will
maintain the time of a 24 hour clock. An image of a Beetle with blinking eyes
will be displayed. This image will stay on the screen until a command or
character is sent to the display.
Code
Hexadecimal
ESC [ <hh>; <mm> T
1B 5B hh 3B mm 54
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Set Watch Dog of cable monitor
This command defines the idle time period (no activities on the RS232 data
lines) that will trigger the display of the Beetle clock.
Code
Hexadecimal
ESC [ <mm> T
1B 5B mm 54
Load User Logo and Set Display Monitor
This command loads the user-defined logo which will be displayed
automatically when after the set idle time. The size user-defined logo must fill
the entire screen.
Code
Hexadecimal
ESC [ <nn> L <data>
1B 5B nn 4C data
Where,
nn = idle time period in minute
data = logo image (size = 64 x 32 bytes)
note: default value for nn is 0.
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Set Line mode
Select 2-line or 4-line mode.
Code
Hexadecimal
ESC [ <n> I
1B 5B n 49
Where n is defined as:
0x30 = 4-line mode
0x31 = 2-line mode
Default value is 0x30.
Turn On/Off display backlight
This command turns the display on or off. The backlight will automatically turn
on if a command or displayable character is received when the backlight is
currently turned off.
Code
Hexadecimal
ESC [ <n> P
1B 5B n 50
Where n is defined as:
0x30 = OFF
0x31 = ON
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Set baud rate for serial port
This command turns the display on or off. This command is applicable to
RS232C interface only.
Code
Hexadecimal
ESC [ <n> ; <m> S
1B 5B n 3B m 53
n
00
01
02
03
04
05
06
07
08
09
0A
0B
0C
0D
Baud Rate
Auto-detection
110 bps
300 bps
600 bps
1200 bps
2400 bps
4800 bps
9600 bps (default)
14400 bps
19200 bps
38400 bps
56000 bps
57600 bps
115200 bps
m
1..0
Control Byte
00 = 5-bit data
01 = 6-bit data
10 = 7-bit data
11 = 8-bit data (default)
0 = 1 stop bit (default)
1 = 2 stop bits
0 = Disable parity
1 = Enable parity (default)
00 = Odd parity (default)
01 = Even parity
10 = Forced '1' stick parity
11 = Forced '0' stick parity
Fixed at 00
2
3
5..4
7..6
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Set BA63G Compatible Mode
Select between BA63GU or BA63G Compatible Mode. The setting is saved in
flash memory.
Code
Hexadecimal
ESC [ <n> E
1B 5B n 45
Where n is defined as:
0x30 = BA63GU mode
0x31 = BA63G Compatible Mode
Default value is 0x30.
Read current Display Mode
This command returns the current display mode. The return data format is the
same as the command for switching the mode.
Code
Hexadecimal
ESC [ E
Return value
ESC [ n E
1B 5B 45
Where n is defined as:
0x30 = BA63GU mode
0x31 = BA63G Compatible Mode
Default value is 0x30.
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Commands for USB interface
For all the commands listed below the output report size is 32 bytes, and for
the response the Input report size is 8 bytes. Pad bytes must be added to fill
up the unused space.
Write Data Command
Data can be Escape sequences, control characters or data to be displayed.
Data can be broken up and send in several frames. Maximum report length is
32 bytes.
Command:
00h, 02h, 00h, Data Count, xxh…xxh
Data Count: length of data (w/o Data Count byte)
Response:
00h, 04h, “Status byte 1”, “Status byte 2”, “Status byte 3”
Maximum length (size of output report) is 32 bytes. Maximum number of bytes
in the data field is 32-3 = 29 bytes.
Read Display Identification
Command:
00h, 21h, 00h
Response:
00h, xxh, “Status byte 1”, “Status byte 2”, “Status byte 3”,
"Pn1;Pn2;Pn3;Pn4;Pn5"
xx:
Pn1:
Pn2:
Pn3:
Pn4:
Pn5:
Pn6:
Pn7:
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byte count
type of display (1 digit ASCII, e.g. "2")
actual code page (4 digits ASCII, e.g. "0852")
country code (2 digits ASCII, e.g. "02")
number of lines (1 digit ASCII, e.g. "2")
columns per line (2 digits ASCII, e.g. "20")
code page loaded in space page
(4 digits ASCII, e.g. "0850")
serial number (x digits ASCII, e.g.
"N000000001")
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Read Character Sets
Command:
00h, 21h, 01h
Response:
00h, xxh, “Status byte 1”, “Status byte 2”, “Status byte 3”,
"cp1;cc1;cp2;cc2;….cpn3;ccn"
cp1:
cc1:
:
cpn:
ccn:
code page 1
country code 1
code page n
country code n
Reset Request
A reset will force a soft-reset and thus re-enumeration of the device.
Command:
00h, 00h, 40h
Response:
none
Status Request
Command:
00h, 00h, 20h
Response:
00h, 04h, “Status byte 1”, “Status byte 2”, “Status byte 3”
Request self-test
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00h, 00h, 10h
Response:
00h, 04h, “Status byte 1”, “Status byte 2”, “Status byte 3”
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Status Byte 1:
Status Byte 2:
Status Byte 3:
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Bit 0
Flash download is in progress
Bit 1…3
Error status
000 – No error
001 – Device received unexpected command
010 – File is not valid
011 – Device is unable to write to memory
100 – Device is unable to read from memory
101 – Programmed memory failed verification
110 – Vendor-specific error
111 – Unknown error
Bit 4
Reserved (have to be zero)
Bit 5
Hardware error
Bit 6
Reserved (have to be zero)
Bit 7
Device not ready to receive command
Bit 0
Command complete
Bit 1
Flash download is in progress
Bit 2…4
Firmware Upgrading Status
Bit 5
Reserved (have to be zero)
Bit 6
Operation error
Bit 7
Undefined command
Bit 7...0
Reserved (all zero)
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Control Sequences
Firmware & Font Download
Both firmware and font can be updated via the RS232C or USB interface.
When firmware or font updating is in progress, the device cannot function as a
display until update is completed.
A Window utility is provided to perform firmware and font updating.
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Character Sets
Character Sets
Handling text and control sequence
Displayable Characters
The characters are displayed at the current cursor position. The cursor is
moved to the next available position after displaying the character. The
distance moved is dependent on the resolution of the character. The character
is displayed on the beginning of next line if it cannot fit on the previous line,
the screen will be scrolled up one line if this happens on the last line.
Undefined Characters and Control sequence
All characters which are not included in the defined character set and all ESC
sequences which have not been defined for the device are ignored by the
display. A blank is displayed when data corruption occurs.
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Character Sets
Built-in Character Set
The device has a built-in IBM 437 ASCII character set plus the international
characters shown below.
IBM 437
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Character Sets
International Characters
n
character set
23
24
40
5B
5C
5D
5E
60
7B
7C
7D
7E
0
USA
#
$
@
[
\
]
^
‘
{
|
}
~
1
France
#
$
à
•
ç
§
^
‘
é
ù
è
¨
2
Germany
#
$
§
Ä
Ö
Ü
^
‘
ä
ö
ü
ß
3
UK
£
$
@
[
\
]
^
‘
{
|
}
~
4
Denmark 1
#
$
@
Æ
Ø
Å
^
‘
æ
ø
å
~
5
Sweden
#
¤
É
Ä
Ö
Å
Ü
é
ä
ö
å
ü
6
Italy
#
$
@
•
\
é
^
ù
à
ò
è
ì
7
Spain 1
$
@
¡
Ñ
¿
^
‘
¨
ñ
}
~
8
Japan
#
$
@
[
¥
]
^
‘
{
|
}
~
9
Norway
#
¤
É
Æ
Ø
Å
Ü
é
æ
ø
å
ü
10
Denmark 2
#
$
É
Æ
Ø
Å
Ü
é
æ
ø
å
ü
11
Spain 2
#
$
à
¡
Ñ
¿
é
‘
í
ñ
ó
ú
12
Latin America
#
$
à
¡
Ñ
¿
é
ü
í
ñ
ó
ú
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Character Sets
Loadable Character Sets
Additionally, up to 8 external character sets can be loaded of which maximum
one double-byte character set. The supported loadable character sets are
shown in the table below.
Country
Code
Code Page
30
437
Standard
8 x 16
31
850
Latin 1
8 x 16
32
852
Latin 2
- NA -
33
857
Latin 5/Turkey
8 x 16
34
858
Latin 1+ € char.
8 x 16
35
866
Latin/Cyrillic
8 x 16
36
737
Latin/Greek 2
8 x 16
37
862
Latin/Hebrew
8 x 16
38
813
Latin/Greek 2
8 x 16
43
1256
Arabic
16 x 16
63
897
Katakana
16 x 16
80
932
Shift JIS
16 x 16
90
936
GB Jianti
16 x 16
92
950
BIG 5
16 x 16
93
-
BIG 5+HK
16 x 16
A0
949
Korean 2-byte
16 x 16
B0
874
Thai 4-Levels (8x19)
8 x 19
B1
874
Thai 4-Levels (12x32)
12 x 32
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Character
Size
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Character Sets
Thai Character Set
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Configuring the Device
Configuring the Device
There are neither jumpers nor DIP switches on the device for configuration.
Depending on the type of cable used, it can either operate as a serial or USB
device.
Cable for Beetle /Fusion Customer Display
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Configuring the Device
Cable options for Standalone Customer Display
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Technical Data
Display technology
Liquid Crystal Display, 240 x 64
Character display
Character
Cell
Size (mm)
Row x Col
8 x 16
4.24 x 8.48
4 x 30
16 x 16
8.48 x 8.48
4 x 15
8 x 19
4.24 x 10.07
3 x 30
12 x 32
6.36 x 16.96
2 x 20
Character set
Built-in: IBM437 + international characters
Optional downloadable character sets
Self-test function
By loopback (RS232 only) or command
Interface
RS232C & USB 2.0
Transmission rate
RS232C – baud rate up to 115.2K
USB – Full speed, 12Mbps
Electrical Rating
USB:
5V +/- 5%, 500mA (max)
RS232C: 12V +/- 10%, 500mA (max)
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Dimension
Height (with base):
Width:
Depth:
Weight
0.5 kg
165 mm
206 mm
46 mm
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Command Compatibility
BA63G
BA63GU-1
BA63GU-2
Backspace
BS
Line feed
LF
Carriage return
CR
Clear Screen
ESC[2J
Position cursor
ESC[Py;PxH
Delete to end of line
ESC[0K
Set country code
ESCRn
Display identification
ESC[0c
Character set identification
ESC[1c
X
Firmware identification
ESC[2c
X
Select display resolution
ESC[nB
Half dot enhancement on/ off
ESC[PxE
X
X
Set Pixel Position
ESC[PxPxh
X
X
Select Character Size
ESC[n;mZ
Dump user defined picture to
screen
ESC[Py;PxD
Load user defined font
ESC[F
ESC[U
Setting clock
ESC[hh;mmT
Setting watch dog of cable
monitor
ESC[nnT
Load user logo and set display
monitor
ESC[nnL
Select line mode
ESC[nI
Turn on / off display
ESC[nP
Set baud rate for serial interface
ESC[n;mS
X
Switch to BA63G Compatible
Mode
ESC[nE
X
Read current Display Mode
ESC[E
X
X
note1
X
X
LEGEND:
SUPPORTED
X
NOT SUPPORTED
NOTE 1
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New Tech Park #05-01A/B
Singapore 556741
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