ScanVue User Manual
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ScanVue® 5000
Customer Interactive (Web Client) Kiosk
User Manual
(U.S. Patent No. 6,213,394 B1)
IEE, INC.
7723 Kester Avenue
Van Nuys, CA 91409
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NOTICES
This document contains proprietary information shall not be used or reproduced or its
contents disclosed in whole or in part, without the prior written consent of IEE, Inc.
IEE, Inc. reserves the right to make improvements to the software described in this
documentation at any time and without notice. The information contained herein is subject
to change without notice and should not be construed as a commitment by IEE, Inc.
The software described in this document is provided as a licensed item in conjunction with
IEE, Inc. equipment. It may not be copied or distributed for use on other than the machines
it was licensed for.
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respect to any liability, loss or damage caused or alleged to be caused directly or indirectly
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limited to any interruption of service, loss of business or anticipatory profits or consequential
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STANDARDS CERTIFICATION
The ScanVue® product described in this manual has been fully tested and certified by
an independent testing laboratory and is compliant with the following international
standards.
UL Standard 60950 (ITE) listed product.
CSA standard C22.2 No. 950 recognized product.
RF Emmissions (Conducted):
FCC CFR Title 47 part 15 Subpart B, Class A
RF Emmissions (Radiated):
CISPR 22 called out in FCC CFR Title 47 part 15 Subpart B, Class A
EN55022, 2010/AC: 2011 Class A
EN55024: 2010
EN61000-3-2: 2006 + A1: 2009 & A2: 2009
EN61000-3-3: 2008
The internal Wireless LAN PCIe Minicard is certified by the manufacturer to be
compliant with the following standards:
EN60950-1: 2006 + A11: 2009, EN 50385: 2002, EN 301 489-17
IEC 60950-1: 2001
FCC part 15B & part 15C
CAUTIONS
Caution: DO NOT DISPLAY A FIXED IMAGE FOR EXTENDED PERIODS OF TIME AS THIS MAY CAUSE LCD
IMAGE PERSISTENCE PRODUCING PIXEL DISCOLORATION.
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
TABLE OF FIGURES ................................................................................................................5
Chapter 1—Introduction.............................................................................................................6
Overview ..................................................................................................................................... 6
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ScanVue 5000 (Web Client) Kiosk Description ......................................................................... 6
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ScanVue 5000 (Web Client) Kiosk Operation ........................................................................... 7
Demo Mode ................................................................................................................................. 7
Interactive Mode (Home Web Page Image) ................................................................................ 7
Alternating Web Page Image Feature ......................................................................................... 8
Web Page Video Clip (Slideshow) Presentation ......................................................................... 8
4 Pushbutton Switches ................................................................................................................ 9
Configuration Example ..............................................................................................................10
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ScanVue 5000 (Web Client) Kiosk Models .............................................................................11
Available Options ......................................................................................................................11
Configuration .............................................................................................................................12
Specifications ............................................................................................................................13
Interactive Device Options ........................................................................................................14
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ScanVue Accessories .............................................................................................................14
Chapter 2—Getting Started .....................................................................................................15
Part 1 - SDK Installation ............................................................................................................16
Hardware and Software Required .............................................................................................16
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ScanVue Documentation Access Instructions ........................................................................16
SDK Files and Software Installation ..........................................................................................16
SDK Contents............................................................................................................................17
Part 2 - Local PC (Host Server) Network Setup ........................................................................18
Introduction................................................................................................................................18
Network Setup Example Procedure (Windows 7) .....................................................................19
Part 3 – Demo Mode Test .........................................................................................................24
Instructions ................................................................................................................................24
Part 4 – Home Web Page (Interactive Mode) Test ...................................................................25
Sample Script / Image File Installation ......................................................................................25
Test Procedure ..........................................................................................................................25
Chapter 3—ScanVue® Connections .......................................................................................26
Connections For (PoE Power / Communication) ......................................................................26
Connections For (+12V Power / Ethernet Communication) .....................................................26
Connections For (+12V Power / Wi-Fi (802.11b/g) Communication) .......................................26
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Mounting the ScanVue (Web Client) Kiosk .............................................................................28
Standard Wall Mount Installation ..............................................................................................28
Chapter 4—ScanVue® Web Client Configuration...................................................................29
UnitConfig Program ...................................................................................................................29
Modeset Program ......................................................................................................................31
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ScanVue Web Client Kiosk Supported Modes ........................................................................32
Wireless Network Setup ............................................................................................................37
WEP Encryption Settings ..........................................................................................................37
WPA and WPA2 Encryption Settings ........................................................................................37
Chapter 5—Interactive Device Options ...................................................................................38
Serial Receipt Printer ................................................................................................................38
Magnetic Stripe Reader ............................................................................................................40
Touch Screen ............................................................................................................................40
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Appendix A—Configuring with Barcodes ................................................................................42
Barcode Scanner Settings ........................................................................................................42
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Configuring ScanVue ..............................................................................................................42
Support Barcodes .....................................................................................................................44
Appendix B—Mounting Bracket Outline ..................................................................................47
TABLE OF FIGURES
Figure 1—Configuration Info Screens 1 and 2 ............................................................... 12
Figure 2—Connector Location—Rear of ScanVue® ....................................................... 26
Figure 3—Ethernet / PoE Connector (RJ45) Pin Assignments ...................................... 27
Figure 4—Power Connector (DIN8F) Pin Assignments ................................................. 27
Figure 5—Unit Configuration (UnitConfig) Screen ......................................................... 30
Figure 6— Example WPA / WPA 2 Encryption Settings ................................................ 37
Figure 7—Wiring a Serial Printer ................................................................................... 39
Figure 8—Interface Connector Pin Assignments ........................................................... 41
Table 1—Barcode Configuration Labels ........................................................................ 43
Figure 9—Slimline Wall Mount Bracket ......................................................................... 47
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Chapter 1—Introduction
Overview
This manual provides instructions for configuration and operation of the IEE ScanVue® 5000
Interactive (Web Client) Kiosk. Included is a description of the basic functions and features of the
hardware along with a description of how to physically install the unit in its intended location, set
it up to operate on your specific network, configure your network, and interface the IEE
ScanVue® to a host web server.
The following chapters describe how to:
Setup and install a local desktop or laptop PC with IEE Configuration programs.
Configure ScanVue® using IEE configuration program UnitConfig or Modeset.
Display web images and short Animated GIF video clips when directed to the host web
server network by entering URL’s using IEE configuration program UnitConfig or Modeset.
ScanVue® 5000 (Web Client) Kiosk Description
ScanVue® 5000 (Web Client) Kiosk is a mini kiosk designed to scan bar coded merchandise,
obtain and display current in-store promotional information. Retail consumers are provided this
information to help make informed purchasing decisions. The QVGA (320x240 pixel) resolution
display can be used to present in-store merchandising and multimedia presentations for
promoting seasonal sales and upcoming events to help retail consumers make informed
purchasing decisions. The programmable function buttons and available touch screen enhance
in-store applications and allow customer interaction. Image formats supported are GIF, JPEG
and PNG. Short animated GIF clips are also supported. Content developers are encouraged to
use familiar design tools, such as HTML, JavaScript and PHP scripts to create images and
interactive applications.
ScanVue® Web Client Kiosk is a network–connected device supporting 10/100 Base-T Ethernet,
Power-Over Ethernet (PoE) and 11Mbps (IEEE 802.11b) Wi-Fi communication.
The contemporary housing design merges well with almost any store décor and custom color
combinations are available if the units are ordered in sufficient quantities. The electronics
package is completely contained in a high impact ABS injection molded case.
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ScanVue® 5000 (Web Client) Kiosk Operation
Demo Mode
The default “as-shipped” setting Demo mode provides a way to showcase the ScanVue® Web
Clients’ abilities without requiring a physical connection to a host computer. An internal web
server with a price-lookup database application loaded with several items is embedded in
ScanVue® Web Client Kiosk. Refer to Chapter 2 - Part 3 for Demo Mode Test.
To exit Demo Mode and setup for Interactive Mode to run on your network, reconfigure the
Web Client and change the HomeURL and HomeURL2 to your network home pages. Refer to
Interactive Mode section below and Web URL Configuration section in Chapter 4.
Interactive Mode (Home Web Page Image)
Mode Setting: (HomeURL)
Interactive Mode is the interface between the user (customer) and the Web Client. A retail
store unit, for example, running a product item price verifier, loyalty program, gift registry and
other retail applications will be operating in this normal operation mode. With HomeURL
specified, ScanVue® Web Client expects to find the host server web page to load and display.
Web page images or short animated GIF clips are displayed continuously (with HomeURL
specified) during Idle Stage until item barcode scan. HTML and PHP scripts are used for
presenting images and video clips. Idle stage Image resumes after a programmed timeout. (A
single image may be preferred but is not recommended due to possible LCD image persistence
“pixel discoloration”).
Once the home page loads, control resides primarily with the web server application. The
Web Clients’ page display will persist until the either web server directs it to another page, a
new URL is generated by scanning a barcode, pressing a pushbutton or the POStimeout
value is exceeded in which case it will return to the homepage.
Item Barcode Scan:
During normal operation (Interactive Mode), customer scans product UPC barcode generating
a URL with the UPC number merged with the scanner prefix and suffix specified. This unique
URL is used to lookup and retrieve the specific items properties. The Web Server based product
price and description information in the form of QVGA (320x240) images are then displayed on
the ScanVue® Web Client.
Scanning a barcoded item generates a URL with the SKU or UPC# merged with the scanner
prefix and suffix specified. This unique URL can be used to lookup and retrieve the specific
items properties from a table. For example; the URL http://mysite/pricelookup/123456B.html
will be directed to the mysite domain, pricelookup directory. The application will retrieve the
price and description data for item 123456B, format it and display its contents. In this
example URLprefix = /mysite/pricelookup; URLsuffix =.html and the item SKU or UPC
barcode = 123456B.
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Alternating Web Page Image Feature
Mode Settings: (HomeURL + HomeURL2)
Two web page images set using HomeURL and HomeURL2 mode settings (using HTML and
PHP script) alternate during Idle Stage with programmed timeout until item barcode scan.
Alternating idle stage images resume after a programmed timeout. (Possible LCD image
persistence is avoided using this feature).
2 alternating graphic images can be as simple as the image below shown in complementary
colors. Alternating the two images every 20 seconds is default.
JOES HARDWARE
JOES HARDWARE
SCAN HERE
SCAN HERE
Web Page Video Clip (Slideshow) Presentation
Mode Settings: (HomeURL or HomeURL2)
A sequence of 30 or more animated .gif images set using either HomeURL or HomeURL2
mode settings (using HTML and PHP script) are displayed during Idle Stage simulating
slideshow until item barcode scan. Idle stage images resume after a programmed timeout.
The animated GIF should not exceed 4 Mbyte in size. Depending on the complexity of each
image in the animated GIF, the presentation allows for more than 30 images.
If more complex images are desired, a simple web-server driven sequence of images can be
implemented on the home page. For example, the home page contains a pointer to a GIF
or JPEG image with a meta-tag in the header specifying how long to display the page and
which page to go to next. An almost infinitely long chain of images or a loop could be
created.
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4 Pushbutton Switches
The four pushbuttons are treated as four separate input devices. Pushing any one of the 4
pushbuttons generates a URL with the pushbutton number merged with the btPrefix and btSuffix
specified. The pushbuttons are numbered 1 to 4 from left to right.
PushButton
Push button 1 (leftmost)
Push button 2 (2nd from left)
Push button 3 (3rd from left)
Push button 4 (rightmost)
Push button release
Value (Mask Setting)
fffffff1h
fffffff2h
fffffff4h
fffffff8h
fffffff0h
For example:
Pressing pushbutton 2 could generate the following URL (depending on settings).
Press pushbutton 2
http://mysite.com/buttons.php?val=fffffff2
Releasing pushbutton 2 could generate the following URL (depending on settings).
Press pushbutton 2
http://mysite.com/buttons.php?val=fffffff0
Event Start mode setting default is 0000000F. This is a bitmap indicating all 4 buttons are
activated). A start event will be generated when a button is pressed. Refer to ScanVue®
Supported Modes section for EventStart requirements.
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Configuration Example
Default Configuration for Demo
The ScanVue® Web Client is shipped configured in Demo Mode. Refer to Demo Mode section.
Default Settings are as follows:
eventStart
HomeURL
HomeURL2
URLPrefix
btPrefix
btSuffix
=0000003F
=http://localhost/index1.html
=http://localhost/index2.html
=http://localhost/barcode.php?val=
=http://localhost/buttons.php?val=
=(Not Set)
The example above puts the ScanVue® Web Client into internal Demo Mode. With HomeURL
specified, ScanVue® Web Client expects to find the embedded web page to load and display.
Test Example Configuration (Web Page Operation)
eventStart
HomeURL
HomeURL2
URLPrefix
btPrefix
btSuffix
=0000003F
=http://10.0.10.13/faucet.html
=http://10.0.10.13/circle.html
=http://10.0.10.13/barcode.php?val=
=http://10.0.10.13/buttons.php?val=
=(Not Set)
The example above puts the ScanVue® Web Client into Interactive Mode which is the interface
between the user (customer) and the Web Client. A retail store unit, for example, running a
product item price verifier, loyalty program, gift registry and other retail applications will be
operating in this mode. With HomeURL specified, ScanVue® Web Client expects to find the host
server web page to load and display.
HomeURL must be set to start web page for producing primary image or animated GIF clip.
HomeURL2, if used, is set to secondary web page for producing alternate image or animated
GIF clip.
Customer scans product UPC barcode generating a URL with the UPC number merged with the
scanner prefix and suffix specified. This unique URL is used to lookup and retrieve the specific
items properties from a table. The Web Server based product price and description information
in the form of QVGA (320x240) images are then displayed on the ScanVue® Web Client.
Changing a mode setting value using UnitConfig modifies the saved configuration. ScanVue®
retains the new settings in non–volatile memory.
The ScanVue® Web Client supports input devices—barcode scanner, pushbuttons, optional
magnetic stripe reader and optional digital touchscreen.
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ScanVue® 5000 (Web Client) Kiosk Models
ScanVue® Model 5000 Web Client Kiosk is available with a SVGA color graphics LCD display.
The ScanVue® LCD family consists of a number of different models that appear externally
identical but have different features:
The ScanVue® Web Client Kiosk model 5000-0010 is basic model with 10/100 BaseT
Ethernet communication.
The ScanVue® Web Client Kiosk model 5000-0110 has 11Mbps (IEEE 802.11b) Wi-Fi
communication along with 10/100 BaseT Ethernet communication.
Model Number Scheme
Model #: XXXX-XXXX-XX
1st 4 Digits: Model 5000 Series XXXX-XXXX-XX
5000
LCD - 5.7” QVGA Display
2nd 4 Digits: ScanVue Configuration Options XXXX- X X 1 0-XX
(4) Buttons
Wi-Fi
Last Digit:
0 = No 1 = Yes
0 = No 1 = Yes
Special Order: XXXX-XXXX-X X (OPTIONAL)
Printer Kit
2
Custom Color X
Please call for custom color or special request requirements
ScanVue Web Client models are available with Power-Over-Ethernet (PoE) 10/100 BaseT
communication or Ethernet with power input for 11-29 VDC power. A 12 VDC 2.5A (30W)
Power Supply is available as an option.
Available Options
For available device option requirements, refer to Interactive Device Options section.
For power and communication requirements, refer to Specifications section.
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Configuration
ScanVue® Configuration Options
There are 2 ways to configure a ScanVue® unit:
1. Commands sent across the network using the UnitConfig or Modeset programs.
(ScanVue® must be able to communicate with the server on the network before
configuration settings can be changed on the network).
2. Scan special purpose configuration barcodes. Refer to Appendix A for instructions.
UnitConfig the graphical, table oriented version of modeset provides the easiest way to
change the configuration of a unit on the network (as opposed to scanning barcodes or sending
modeset DOS commands. UnitConfig may be installed on a desktop or laptop computer for
setting up ScanVue® units without a large network complicating it. You will need a network
interface card (NIC) installed in your PC and configured properly to communicate with
ScanVue®.
Configuration Info Screens
When ScanVue® boots up, two configuration status screens (Fig. 1) are sequentially displayed
which show the current settings of the unit. Each screen is displayed for 10 seconds then the
unit will load the slideshow from the server and start running. These screens can be displayed
at any time by scanning ‘Info Screen 1’ and ‘Info Screen 2’ bar codes shown in Appendix A
under Support Barcodes. Wireless RF configurations display brown text on a light green
background and hardwired Ethernet units display yellow text on a blue background.
Refer to Chapter 5 for detailed information on how to configure a ScanVue®.
Figure 1—Configuration Info Screens 1 and 2
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Specifications
Display:
QVGA (320x240 pixel) color graphics 5.7” Diagonal LCD display
Network Server Computer Requirements:
MS Windows, Unix, Linux, VAX or any other platform that runs a TCP/IP network
Supported Operating Systems:
Windows 98, ME, 2000, NT, XP, Windows 7 (32-Bit), Unix, Linux and Open VMS
Power Options:
Wi-Fi and Ethernet Models: 11-29 VDC, 10 W typ. (24 VDC Nominal)
PoE Hardwired Models: 48 VDC, 10 W typ. (IEEE 802.3af compliant)
Communication Options:
11Mbps (IEEE 802.11b) Wi-Fi *
Ethernet 10/100 Base-T
Power-over-Ethernet (PoE)
Interactive Devices:
4 front panel push button interactive switches
Input Device Options:
An external RS232 serial port is available via an optional Y cable that supports a serial
receipt printer or other serial device.
2 USB ports – (For any desired future use such as MSR, please contact Sales)
1D/2D Barcode Scanner:
Supports any 1D and 2D bar codes including PDF417 codes. UPC and NCR prefix support.
Web Client Kiosk OS:
Embedded Linux
Web Page Image Support:
Image Format: GIF, Animated GIF, JPEG, PNG
Image Resolution: 320x240
Animated GIF Image Memory: 4 MB (More than 30 images)
Input Data Steering:
Configurable URL for each device type
Configuration Setup:
On Line: UnitConfig ● Off Line: Barcodes
Web Application:
Standard HTML 4.0, Javascript, PHP
Security:
WEP* ● WPA - WPA-PSK, TKIP ● WPA2 - WPA-PSK, CCMP
Mounting Options:
Standard wall-mount bracket
Tools:
SDK (software developers kit) includes ScanVue® configuration programs (UnitConfig and
Modeset), Sample code, sample graphic image files and user manual
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*NOTE: WEP (Wireless Equivalent Privacy) encryption continues to be supported by ScanVue , however, the
recommended solution to WEP security problems is to switch to WPA2 (Wi-Fi Protected Access).
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Interactive Device Options
Fujitsu model FP-1000 thermal 3” receipt printer
(Contact IEE Sales for this option)
(Serial RS-232 communication - Requires optional Y cable – The printer is powered separately)
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Serial RS-232 Communication - ScanVue receives pre-formatted data and control codes from a printer
driver resident on the network host, which it passes, unmodified, through DIN 8 Connector (Serial RS-232)
to the printer. Default Communication is 9600 BAUD, 8-bit, no Parity and 1 stop bit.
3 track USB Magnetic stripe reader
(Contact IEE Sales for this option)
Resistive touch screen
(Contact IEE Sales for this option)
ScanVue® Accessories
+12 VDC 2.5A (30W) Power Supply (IEE P/N 39055-01) with a standard 8 pin DIN male
connector to power ScanVue® (Typically not included with ScanVue®). The input is universal
90-264VAC/50-60Hz and the power supply has global certifications.
48 VDC, 10 W typ. (IEEE 802.3af compliant) Power Over Ethernet (PoE) Injector
(IEE P/N 90180-01) with dual RJ45 jacks (J2 Ethernet IN - J1 Power / Ethernet OUT to
ScanVue®) - (Typically not included with ScanVue®). The input is 100-250VAC/47-63Hz.
Printer interface cable for Fujitsu model FP-1000 or equivalent printer (IEE P/N 38578-01)
Y cable for ScanVue® with Fujitsu model FP-1000 or equivalent printer (IEE P/N 70665-01)
Y cable, RS232 Universal with DB9F connector (IEE P/N 38516-07)
6' DC power extender cable with DIN8F to DIN8M connectors (IEE P/N 37082–72)
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Chapter 2—Getting Started
This Chapter describes how to set up and operate a factory default IEE ScanVue® 5000 Web
Client Kiosk on your laptop or desktop PC (Host Server). Several programs are installed that let
you demonstrate the capabilities of the ScanVue® 5000 Web Client Kiosk and make use of the
tools and utilities provided in the SDK package downloaded from IEE’s web site. These
programs can be used as demonstration tools.
Part of the process is to change the network settings of your computer so that it can
communicate with a factory default ScanVue® 5000 Web Client Kiosk. If you need to set your
computer back to its original settings, note down all the original settings before you make the
changes.
If your computer is already setup to operate on a private company network IEE recommends
consulting with your IT group before performing this procedure.
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Part 1 - SDK Installation
Hardware and Software Required
Laptop (or desktop) computer with Windows 98/ Me / 2000 / NT / XP Pro / 7
LAN system with TCP/IP network protocol.
Router or switch for connecting ScanVue® 5000 Kiosk to network.
Category 5 standard straight cable when using a router or switch (or a “crossover”
network patch cable when connecting directly to Host Server)
IEE ScanVue® 5000 Web Client Kiosk SDK
ScanVue® Documentation Access Instructions
Please follow link for available ScanVue® Web Client Kiosk documentation and Software
Developers Kit (SDK) from IEE web site:
http://ieeinc.com/downloads
1) To download Software Developer’s Kit for setting up a PC as ScanVue® Station Server
with utilities, click on SDK_5000_WC.zip and save to your choice directory.
2) Extract all files from SDK_5000_WC.zip.
3) Refer to SDK Contents section for description of folders and their contents.
SDK Files and Software Installation
Before installing the ScanVue® programs, IEE highly recommends installing the latest updates
or service packs to the operating system you are using.
1) Copy the entire POS folder into C:\ directory on your host system or any other folder you
choose.
2) Refer to instructions described in Part 2 of this Chapter to prepare the host server for
communication with ScanVue® 5000 Web Client Kiosk.
3) Refer to instructions described in Part 3 of this Chapter to perform local demo mode test
(default “as-shipped” setting) using sample images internal to ScanVue® Kiosk.
4) Refer to instructions described in Part 4 of this Chapter to perform home web page test
using sample script files and images located on host server htdocs folder copied from
SDK htdocs_kiosk folder.
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SDK Contents
Documentation Folder
Contains Manual and support documentation
POS Folder
UnitConfig
A GUI program used for setting up ScanVue® from the network. Written
in VisualBasic, the .exe, VB sources and an OCX are provided. When
installed the program has a wrench logo. Modeset is the associated DOS
program
modeset.exe
Command line utility for setting ScanVue modes instead of UnitConfig.
(Also named ms.exe)
htdocs-kiosk Folder
Contains support folders, sample test images and sample HTML and php
scripts to be copied into Host Web Server htdocs directory for test
purposes
Test Directory:
c:\program files\apache software foundation\apache 2.0\htdocs
Application Examples Folder
Modeset Examples
Contains DOS command line batch program examples using Modeset
utility that can be used to configure a group of ScanVue units at one time
UnitConfig Driver Installation (Win7) Folder
Windows 7 UnitConfig Driver Installation.pdf
Driver registration procedure required for running UnitConfig and Modeset
programs on Windows 7 (32 Bit and 64 Bit) OS
(32 Bit OS Drivers):
richtxt32.ocx
Files required to be registered in Win7 (64Bit OS)
msflxgrd.ocx
to run the UnitConfig program.
comdlg32.ocx
Files registered are located in directory: c:\windows\system32\
(64 Bit OS Drivers):
richtxt32.ocx
Files required to be registered in Win7 (64Bit OS)
msflxgrd.ocx
to run the UnitConfig program.
comdlg32.ocx
Files registered are located in directory: c:\windows\syswow64\
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Part 2 - Local PC (Host Server) Network Setup
Introduction
ScanVue® 5000 Web Client Kiosk comes factory defaulted with IP address set for DHCP. This
is for automatically obtaining IP addresses assigned from a network server when performing
installations. The ScanVue® will default to 192.168.0.1 if you don’t have a DHCP server installed
on your network.
This section describes how to setup a local desktop or laptop PC (Host Server) to communicate
with a factory default ScanVue® 5000 Kiosk. A router is expected to be installed on your network
with DHCP server enabled. The Host Server must be set for Ethernet communication allowing
for further configuration using IEE’s configuration program UnitConfig or Modeset. See
Chapter 4 for ScanVue® Configuration.
This process is specific for Windows 7 OS, however, Windows OS (98/ NT, 2000, and XP) are
also supported. Your computer will be configured as a network server with one client.
If you need to set your computer back to its original settings, note down all the original settings
before you make the changes. If your computer is already setup to operate on a private
company network, IEE recommends consulting with your IT group before performing this
procedure.
(Note: If a ScanVue® is connected directly to a PC without a router or switch, a crossover cable
must be used).
ScanVue® Factory default network settings:
IP Address:
Sub-Net Mask:
WINSserverIP:
Unit ID:
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10.0.10.13
ScanVue
Username:
GUEST
Windows Serv: SVSERVE
password:
(Not Set)
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Network Setup Example Procedure (Windows 7)
1. Preliminary
Disable your Windows 7 Firewall or Anti-Virus.
2. Network Security Settings
Enter Control Panel  All Control Panel Items  Network and Sharing Center
Under “View your active networks” section, click “Local Area Connection”.
Verify network communication is established with status similar to the following
example.
(Note: Host Server obtains IP address from router DHCP server referenced in example as
IPv4 Address 10.0.10.79)
Close Network and Sharing Center window.
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3. Change Computer Name
Enter Control Panel  All Control Panel Items  System  Computer Name
tab.
Double-click Change settings.
In the System Properties window, click Change button to bring up Computer name
/ Domain Changes window.
Enter SVSERVE in Computer name field.
Note: Workgroup must be selected with any description, provided it is 8 characters
or less, no spaces.
Click OK button.
Follow displayed instructions to restart computer.
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4. Enable User Guest Account
Enter Control Panel  All Control Panel Items  User Accounts to display
administrator account.
Click on “Manage another account” to show Guest account.
If the Guest icon says Guest account is off, click the Guest icon to display the
following window.
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Click Turn On button to enable Guest account.
Guest account should then be indicated as follows:
Close the Manage Accounts window.
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5. Allow ScanVue “Guest” Account on Host Server Network
For Windows 7, Guest account is denied access on the network by default. This process removes
Guest as a denied account from network server security settings policy.
Click “Start”
In Search programs and files field, type and enter GPEDIT.MSC. The Local
Group Policy Editor will open.
Enter Computer Configuration  Windows Settings  Security Settings 
Local Policies  User Rights Assignment
Double-click on Deny Access to the Computer from the Network. (See
window below)
Guest account may be shown as indicated below:
With SVSERVE\Guest highlighted, click Remove to remove Guest then click OK.
Close Local Group Policy Editor. Network setup is completed.
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Part 3 – Demo Mode Test
Description
In the default (Demo Mode) configuration, the ScanVue® Kiosk will boot to the internal home
pages HomeURL (Default URL: http://localhost/index1.html) and HomeURL2 (Default URL:
http://localhost/index2.html). The ScanVue® Kiosk will then be ready to accept the demo
barcode scans and button presses while two home pages are cycled between two graphic
images. The touch screen is active to demonstrate functionality.
For units that have been re-configured, scan the Return to Factory Defaults barcode tag then
the Save and Reboot tag, which will return the ScanVue® Web Client Kiosk to its factory default
Demo Mode operation.
Instructions
Scan sample barcodes shown below and verify represented sample graphic images. The
internal (local) web server application will lookup the barcode number for the item scanned and
display the graphic image or text data retrieved from the lookup tables.
To exit Demo Mode and setup for Interactive Mode to run on your network, reconfigure the
Web Client and change the HomeURL and HomeURL2 to your network home pages. Refer to
Interactive Mode section in Chapter 1 and Web URL Configuration section in Chapter 4.
DEMO & INTERACTIVE MODE TEST BARCODES
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Part 4 – Home Web Page (Interactive Mode) Test
Description
In the Interactive Mode configuration, the ScanVue® Kiosk will boot to the host server web
pages HomeURL and HomeURL2. The ScanVue® Kiosk will then be ready to accept test
barcode scans and button presses while the two home pages are cycled between the two URL
pages.
Sample Script / Image File Installation
1) Make a backup of your Host Web Server htdocs directory.
2) Copy the entire htdocs-kiosk folder and sub-folders into htdocs folder. htdocs folder
will contain the example HTML and php scripts referencing sample images for the
ScanVue® Web Client to display.
Test Procedure
1) Connect ScanVue® to Host Server Network as described in Chapter 3.
2) Apply power—the ScanVue® unit will start its boot–up sequence.
3) During boot up and connection to Host Server, note the IP address of the ScanVue®
reported on the Info Screen.
4) Using UnitConfig or modified batch program using modeset utility (see Application
Examples/Modeset Examples/Sample Program folder in SDK), change following
mode settings as indicated (<Server IP Addr> is Host Server Address):
HomeURL =
HomeURL2 =
URLPrefix =
btPrefix
=
http://<Server IP Addr>/faucet.html
http://<Server IP Addr>/circle.html
http://<Server IP Addr>/barcode.php?val=
http://<Server IP Addr>/buttons.php?val=
5) Commit settings and reboot ScanVue®. If Host Server has been set up as previously
instructed, you should see alternating HomeURL (dripping faucet) and HomeURL2
(rainbow with bird) images directed by faucet.html and circle.html script files located in
htdocs directory.
6) Scan sample barcodes shown on previous page and verify sample graphic images
directed by barcode.php script and HTML script files located in htdocs directory.
7) Press all four pushbutton switches and verify sample graphic images (button1.jpg to
button4.jpg) for each switch directed by buttons.php script file located in htdocs
directory.
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Chapter 3—ScanVue® Connections
Refer to (Figure 2) for ScanVue® rear connections.
Refer to (Figure 3) for Ethernet pin assignment.
Refer to (Figure 4) for +12Vdc power pin assignment.
Connections For (PoE Power / Communication)
PoE Hardwired connection requires only 1 cable:
CAT-5 standard straight Ethernet cable 48 Vdc (IEEE 802.3af compliant)
Connections For (+12V Power / Ethernet Communication)
Ethernet only (non-PoE) connection requires 2 cables:
+12 Vdc power to ScanVue® DIN8F connector.
CAT-5 standard straight Ethernet cable to ScanVue® Ethernet Interface connector (or a
“crossover” network patch cable when connecting directly to Host Server)
Connections For (+12V Power / Wi-Fi (802.11b/g) Communication)
Wi-Fi models require DIN8 power and hardwired Ethernet connection (required for
network settings configuration):
+12 Vdc power to ScanVue® DIN8F connector.
CAT-5 standard straight Ethernet cable to ScanVue® Ethernet Interface connector (or a
“crossover” network patch cable when connecting directly to Host Server)
Figure 2—Connector Location—Rear of ScanVue®
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Ethernet / PoE Connector (RJ45) Pin Assignments
The following table identifies the locations for the Ethernet port pins and PoE power pins (if used).
Ethernet RJ45 Pin Assignment
PIN. NO.
8-Pin RJ45 Pinout
FUNCTION
1
TXD (+)
2
TXD (-)
3
RXD (+)
4
+ POWER
5
+ POWER
6
RXD (-)
7
- POWER
8
- POWER
Figure 3—Ethernet / PoE Connector (RJ45) Pin Assignments
Power Connector (DIN8F) Pin Assignments
The following table identifies the locations for the +12 Vdc Power pins.
Power DIN8F Assignment
PIN. NO.
Power DIN8F Pinout
FUNCTION
1
GND
2
POWER +12 VDC (2.5A)
3
INTERNAL CONNECTION
4
INTERNAL CONNECTION
5
INTERNAL CONNECTION
6
INTERNAL CONNECTION
7
POWER +12 VDC (2.5A)
8
GND
Figure 4—Power Connector (DIN8F) Pin Assignments
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Mounting the ScanVue® (Web Client) Kiosk
Standard Wall Mount Installation
A single slimline wall mount bracket is provided as a standard item shipped with the ScanVue®
5000 Kiosk (See Appendix B for actual dimensions). The wall bracket can be mounted on any
type of flat vertical surface using the 6 mounting bosses with holes. The bracket can also be
mounted by a special double-sided tape to a glass column or wall. Mounting hardware is not
provided as the material used in the vertical wall can vary depending on the location chosen and
either wood screws or toggle bolts or equivalent are recommended. Do not use wood screws or
sheet metal screws in drywall—they will not hold the weight of the unit.
Note: contact factory for recommendation of double sided tape—do not use the kind you
might find in the local drug store or hardware store.
The wall mount bracket is removed from the rear of the unit, sliding it up and off of the 4 vertical
tongues, and mounted to the wall, column or endcap. A hole is provided in the bracket for
bringing the power and/or network connection through from the wall or column.
The ScanVue® unit is pushed close to the wall about 1” above the bracket tongues. Push it
downward until the 4 tongues mate securely with their counterpart slots in the rear of the
housing. Tighten the 2 locking screws through the slots in the housing until snug—this will
prevent anybody from removing the unit from its mount.
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Chapter 4—ScanVue® Web Client Configuration
UnitConfig Program
Configuring ScanVue® units over the network requires a GUI program called Unit Config or
Modeset program described below. Unit Config provides a simple graphical way to query and
configure any ScanVue® unit using mode commands.
Changes can also be made off–line that will allow the unit to connect to the network using
Configuring with Barcodes method (See Appendix A) without requiring the PC. Generally,
configuration by special barcode is kept for those occasions when a devices network configuration
is incompatible with the local network. Once the unit is network compatible the rest of the
configuration can be done through UnitConfig.
Using UnitConfig
Start UnitConfig
blank.
Button / Field
program. When UnitConfig program is first started, all program fields are
Instruction
Enter the IP address of the ScanVue® unit you wish to change in the Unit IP
Address field
Restart Unit
Click the Read Modes button. All the Modes and their Content (values) will be
read from the subject unit and displayed as shown in Figure 5
To change a mode value; highlight the New Content field in the same row as
the mode you want to change by clicking on it. Enter the new value in the field
and click the Set Mode button. If the value is accepted, the field and the button
will turn green. If it is not accepted, the field and button will turn red. The light
color area at the bottom of the screen will display context sensitive help
message for each mode as the mode is highlighted. For some modes, the
values available are indicated in this area.
Now click the Commit button. This will commit the change to memory in the
ScanVue® unit. Multiple changes can be made before committing them. If any
of the changes are not accepted, the Set Mode button will turn red and those
changes marked in red were not made.
Clicking the Close button will blank all fields allowing a new IP address for
another unit to be entered
Clicking the TextReset button will apply changes made to text modes so they
can be seen immediately. As with other modes, the changes are not
permanently stored until the Commit button is clicked
The SaveToFile button will save the setup to a text file where it can be stored
and printed if necessary. This is usually done for troubleshooting or maintaining
hard copy records of each unit’s configuration
The Restart Unit button will cause a ‘soft boot’ of the selected unit
Exit
The Exit button closes the UnitConfig program
Read Modes
Set Mode
Commit
Close
TextReset
SaveToFile
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Figure 5—Unit Configuration (UnitConfig) Screen
Configuration Notes
1. Mode names are NOT case sensitive.
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2. Set DHCP in unitIP to change to (via DHCP) for ScanVue to obtain an IP Address from a network DHCP server.
3. Most modes can be set to factory default or (Not Set) value by entering double quote [“”] or [–default–] as the
value.
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Modeset Program
Modeset (a DOS command line program associated with UnitConfig) may be used in place UnitConfig
to query and set modes via a batch program file or directly from the DOS prompt.
Examples:
The following command sets ScanVue unit (IP address: 10.0.30.134) to values within TEST01.INI file,
then commits change to memory and restarts ScanVue:
modeset -s -fTEST01.INI -c -r 10.0.30.134
The following command sets ScanVue to specific value (Wireless=TRUE):
modeset -iWireless=True 10.0.30.134
Modeset command can also be used to batch program a group of ScanVue units at one time. Refer to
Modeset Example folder in the SDK.
Modeset command by itself lists all non-hidden modes and their values
ModeSet Options:
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ScanVue® Web Client Kiosk Supported Modes
Notes:
1. Modes viewed in UnitConfig application that are NOT listed in this manual are used for other ScanVue models
and do not apply to the Web Client Kiosk model.
2. Mode names are NOT case sensitive.
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3. Set DHCP in unitIP to change to (via DHCP) for ScanVue to obtain an IP Address from a network DHCP
server.
4. Most modes can be set to factory default or (Not Set) value by entering double quote [“”] or [–default–] as the
value.
Fixed Unit Identification
Configuration Mode
Version
DateTime
BuildInfo
ProductName
SerialNumber
QueryViaBrowser
Description
Software version number; read–only
Not available!
The date and time of the software release in the format
YYYYMMDD; read–only.
Default “ScanVue”; read–only.
Contains the unique serial number for the unit; read–only.
IEE factory setup (Always TRUE for Web Client browser
configuration)
Default
xx.xx
YYYYMMDD
ScanVue
999999
TRUE
Note: This configuration setting is not available for ScanVue models
containing software prior to version (11.01 - “ver. 1.008”).
User Configurable Unit Identification
Configuration Mode
UnitID
UnitIP
UnitMask
GatewayIP
UserName
Password
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Description
The host name of the unit, 19 characters maximum
The IP address of the unit, in standard IP dotted notation.
Unit IP default is 192.168.0.1 with no connection and with
no DHCP server available.
The network mask for the unit, in standard IP dotted
notation.
The IP address of the gateway machine, in standard IP
dotted notation. Required only if access to the various
hosts must be routed on the LAN
The username ScanVue uses when logging into the file
server
The password ScanVue uses when logging into the file
server
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Default
ScanVue
(via DHCP)
or…
192.168.0.1
255.255.0.0
10.0.10.13
GUEST
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Web URL Configuration
Configuration Mode
HomeURL
HomeURL2
HomeURLTimeout
URLPrefix
URLSuffix
btPrefix
btSuffix
msrPrefix
msrSuffix
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Description
Default
Complete URL defining the primary home or start page.
Must be a valid web page. Typically, this page might load
an animated GIF “slideshow”. With default HomeURL, the
Web Client cycles between HomeURL and HomeURL2.
Be sure to include the port number if other than port 80 (or
443 for https:// lookups), as in http://mysite.com:83/.
http://localhost
/index.html
Example: http://mysite.com/index.html
Complete URL defining the secondary home or start
page. Must be a valid web page. Typically, this page
might load an animated GIF “slideshow”. With default
HomeURL, the Web Client cycles between HomeURL and
HomeURL2. Be sure to include the port number if other
than port 80 (or 443 for https:// lookups), as in
http://mysite.com:83/.
Example: http://mysite.com/index2.html
Delay in seconds between HomeURL and HomeURL2
pages. (Timeout of 20 seconds is a fixed setting)
Prefix for the barcode scanner. Any legal full or partial
URL is acceptable.
Example: http://mysite.com/barcode.php?val=
Suffix for barcode scanner. Any legal URL suffix will
suffice. May be left blank.
Prefix for 4 pushbuttons. Any legal full or partial URL is
acceptable.
Example: http://mysite.com/buttons.php?val=
Suffix for 4 pushbuttons. Any legal URL suffix will suffice.
May be left blank.
Prefix for Magnetic Stripe Reader (MSR). Any legal full or
partial URL is acceptable.
Example: http://mysite.com/msr.php?val=
Suffix for MSR. Any legal suffix will suffice. May be left
blank.
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http://localhost
/index2.html
20
http://localhost
/barcode.php?
val=
(Not Set)
http://localhost
/buttons.php?v
al=
(Not Set)
http://localhost
/msr.php?val=
(Not Set)
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Wireless Encryption Configuration
Configuration Mode
WEPEncryption
WEPKey1
WEPKey2
WEPKey3
WEPKey4
WEPKeyIndex
UseWPA
wpaScanSsid
wpaKeyMgmnt
wpaPairwise
wpaGroup
wpaEAP
wpaPSKPassphrase
wpaIdentity
wpaPassword
wpaCACert
wpaPrivateKey
wpaPrivateKeyPasswd
wpaPhase1
wpaPhase2
wpaProto
wpaCACert2
wpaClientCert2
wpaPrivateKey2
wpaPrivateKey2Passwd
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Description
WEP Encryption: Open40, Open128, Shared40,
Shared128, None
WEP Encryption Key 1: 10 or 26 hex digits
WEP Encryption Key 2: 10 or 26 hex digits
WEP Encryption Key 3: 10 or 26 hex digits
WEP Encryption Key 4: 10 or 26 hex digits
Select the active WEP key, 1-4
WPA Enable: TRUE or FALSE
Scan for SSID (Usually set for TRUE)
Default
None
WPA Key management: WPA-EAP, WPA-PSK,
IEEE8021X, None
WPA Pairwise: CCMP, TKIP, None
WPA Group: CCMP, TKIP, WEP104, WEP40, None
WPA EAP: TTLS, PEAP, TLS, None
WPA PSK passphrase (password)
WPA identiry string
WPA SSH CA certificate path (ex: /etc/cert/ca.pem)
WPA SSH client certificate path (ex: /etc/cert/user.pem)
WPA SSH private key path (ex: /etc/cert/user.prv)
WPA private key password
WPA phase 1 string (ex: peaplabel=0)
WPA phase 2 string (ex: auth=MSCHAPV2)
WPA proto value: WPA2, WPA, None
WPA SSH CA certificate 2 path (ex: /etc/cert/ca2.pem)
WPA SSH client certificate 2 path (ex:
/etc/cert/user.pem)
WPA SSH private key 2 path (ex: /etc/cert/user.prv)
WPA private key 2 password
None
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(Not Set)
(Not Set)
(Not Set)
(Not Set)
1
FALSE
TRUE
None
None
None
(Not Set)
(Not Set)
********
(Not Set)
(Not Set)
********
(Not Set)
(Not Set)
None
(Not Set)
(Not Set)
(Not Set)
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Miscellaneous Configuration
Configuration Mode
Wireless
EventStart
Description
‘TRUE’ sets ScanVue® communications to wireless RF.
‘FALSE’ sets communications to 10baseT Ethernet
An 8 character string of hex digits (32 bit mask) which
enables starting events for a specific device as defined in
the table below. F results in all pushbuttons set active.
Mode
Disable mask
Pushbutton 0 (leftmost)
nd
Pushbutton 1 (2 from left)
rd
Pushbutton 2 (3 from left)
Pushbutton 3 (rightmost)
EventEnd
Port2Function
Port3Function
Value
OUTPUT
Function
Printer - 9600 baud, 8 data, no parity,
1 stop (Output)
BIDIRECTIONAL
Printer - 19200 baud, 8 data, no parity,
1 stop (In/Out)
Changes the function of the second external RS232 port
#3. This physical port does not exist, but the settings are
used for optional devices. Port parameters are fixed for
each device (Value). The port passes data transparently
in both directions. ScanVue® buffers all input characters
until CR or LF received then sends entire string of
characters to host. The port function can be changed with
the UnitConfig utility
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Value (mask setting)
00000000h
00000001h
00000002h
00000004h
00000008h
Each button press generates message tokens with a
similar message packet structure called EVENTS. Start
event mask defines the beginning of a device activation.
Not Required
Changes the function of the external RS232 port. Port
parameters are fixed for each device (Value). The port
passes data transparently in both directions. ScanVue®
buffers all input characters until CR or LF received then
sends entire string of characters to host. The port function
can be changed with the UnitConfig utility.
Value
NONE
Default
FALSE
0000000
SCANNER
(unknown)
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Wireless
Port2Function
Port3Function
Description
‘TRUE’ sets ScanVue® communications to wireless RF.
‘FALSE’ sets communications to 10baseT Ethernet
Changes the function of the external RS232 port. Port
parameters are fixed for each device (Value). The port
passes data transparently in both directions. ScanVue®
buffers all input characters until CR or LF received then
sends entire string of characters to host. The port function
can be changed with the UnitConfig utility.
Value
OUTPUT
Function
Printer - 9600 baud, 8 data, no parity,
1 stop (Output)
BIDIRECTIONAL
Printer - 19200 baud, 8 data, no parity,
1 stop (In/Out)
Changes the function of the second external RS232 port
#3. This physical port does not exist, but the settings are
used for optional devices. Port parameters are fixed for
each device (Value). The port passes data transparently
in both directions. ScanVue® buffers all input characters
until CR or LF received then sends entire string of
characters to host. The port function can be changed with
the UnitConfig utility
Value
NONE
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SCANNER
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Wireless Network Setup
Each wireless RF router or access point has a network name (called an ESSID) that consists of up to 32
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letters and numbers. ScanVue 5000 is shipped from the factory configured with a factory set ESSID
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“NetworkName”. Before communicating with the wireless router or access point, ScanVue 5000 must
have a matching case sensitive ESSID entered into its memory to replace the default name. With
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ScanVue Price Verifier setup for default Ethernet (Hardwired) communication, ESSID is typically entered
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using UnitConfig. This name may also be entered through the ScanVue barcode reader using a user
created barcode. See Appendix B for creating configuration barcodes.
Connect the 802.11b Wi-Fi router to your configuring computer LAN card with the patch cable and
configure it using the manufacturers’ instructions.
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The IP Address and Input Mask of the router must be in the range of your computer and ScanVue . The
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ESSID of the router and ScanVue must match (note: the ESSID is case sensitive). Default settings are:
IP=10.0.10.13, Mask=255.255.0.0, ESSID=INSTALL
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ScanVue wireless encryption settings (WEP, WPA or WPA2) must match the router.
WEP Encryption Settings
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ScanVue5 supports 2 different types of WEP (Wireless Equivalent Privacy) encryption in software
versions 4.12 and later. WEP encryption is set by the WEPEncryption mode.
Mode Setting
Function
WEP encryption off
Open System 40–bit encryption
Open System 128–bit encryption
NONE
OPEN40
OPEN128
There are 4 unique encryption keys WEPKey1 through WEPKey4. Each key contains 10 hex digits for
40–bit encryption or 26 hex digits for 128–bit encryption. Default value of the keys is a string of zero
digits of the appropriate length.
The mode WEPKeyIndex determines which of the 4 keys is used. The default is WEPKey1. The
selected key must match the type of encryption selected. For example; if WEPEncryption is set to
SHARED128 and WEPKeyIndex is set to WEPkey2, then WEPkey2 must contain 26 hex digits (or 128
bits). WEPkeyindex and the encryption data can be set by barcode.
WPA and WPA2 Encryption Settings
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ScanVue supports Wi-Fi Protected Access WPA and WPA2 (802.11i). The UnitConfig program provides
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the user interface to setup various WPA mode(s) for ScanVue’s radio. Example ScanVue settings are
shown in the table below. For additional security requirements, refer to Wireless Encryption
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Configuration table located in ScanVue Supported Modes section.
WPA (TKIP)
UseWPA
wpaScanSsid
wpaKeyMgmnt
wpaPairwise
wpaGroup
WPA2 (AES)
TRUE
TRUE
WPA-PSK
TKIP
TKIP
UseWPA
wpaScanSsid
wpaKeyMgmnt
wpaPairwise
wpaGroup
TRUE
TRUE
WPA-PSK
CCMP
CCMP
Figure 6— Example WPA / WPA 2 Encryption Settings
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Chapter 5—Interactive Device Options
ScanVue® options available are: Serial Printer, Magnetic Stripe Reader (MSR) and Digital
Touch screen.
Serial Receipt Printer
Serial printer support is available as an option.
ScanVue® provides support for the following or equivalent external serial receipt printer model:
Fujitsu model FP-1000
Contact IEE Sales for this option.
Configuring the Serial Port
For serial printer communication, serial port 2 (Configuration Mode: port2function) must be set
to OUTPUT. In OUTPUT mode, serial port 2 is a transparent RS232 data port. The port
parameters are pre-configured for the co-located Communication is 9600 baud, 8 data bits, no
parity, 1 stop bit.
Use the UnitConfig program or modeset utility to change the serial port configuration mode
setting port2function to OUTPUT.
Printer Cable Wiring
(See Figure 7 for Serial Printer Wiring Diagram and Figure 8 for ScanVue® power/serial
connector pin assignment)
Optional IEE cables available for printer interfacing to ScanVue®:
Serial interface cable (IEE P/N 38578–01) connects to the supported serial printer D-Sub
25 Pin Female serial connector)
Y cable (IEE P/N 70665–01) breaks out the ScanVue® DIN8 connector serial port for
printer interface
Printer extension cable (IEE P/N 37082–XX) where XX specifies the cable length
Other manufacturers serial printers may require a different Y cable or port settings. Check with
IEE Sales before attempting to connect a different printer.
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Printer Communication
Contact IEE Sales for communication requirements.
Serial Printer Wiring (Typical)
Optional 1 to 1 Y Cable
IEE Part No. 70665-01
Optional +12 VDC 2.5A
Power Supply Part No.
39055-01
Printer
Power
Supply
Serial
Printer
Optional Printer Cable
Part No. 38578-01
(NOTE: The RJ12 cable should
be disconnected from printer)
Serial Printer Wiring Diagram (with Extension Cable)
Optional 1 to 1 Y Cable
IEE Part No. 70665-01
Optional +12 VDC 2.5A
Power Supply Part No.
39055-01
Serial
Printer
Optional Extension Cable
Part No. 37082-XX
(-XX specifies cable length)
Optional Printer Cable
Part No. 38578-01
(NOTE: The RJ12 cable should
be disconnected from printer)
Figure 7—Wiring a Serial Printer
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Printer
Power
Supply
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Magnetic Stripe Reader
Contact IEE Sales for this option.
Touch Screen
Contact IEE Sales for this option.
General Interactive Device Requirements
When one of the input devices is activated, an internal device driver converts the ASCII data
read from the input device into a URL for the Web Client to send to the web server.
Each input device generates a unique URL as described previously. That URL is opened by the
Web Clients’ embedded browser and displayed for the POSTimeout value. The HomeURL page
is the exception – it has no timeout assigned to it.
Additional pages may be linked to, creating an infinitely long chain of potential responses to
inputs (up to the length of the POSTimeout). Once POSTimeout has been reached, the unit
generates a call to the HomeURL again, and the process repeats itself.
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Power / Serial Interface Connector (DIN 8) Pin Assignments
Typical Supported Serial Printer
D-Sub 25 Pin (Female) Connector *
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ScanVue (Power / Serial) DIN8F
PIN. NO.
FUNCTION
PIN NO.
FUNCTION
7
SIGNAL GROUND
1
GND
2
POWER +12 VDC (2.5A)
3
TXD (RS-232C)
3
RXD (RS-232C)
4
DSR (RS-232C)
20
DTR (RS-232C)
5
DTR (RS-232C)
6
DSR (RS-232C)
6
RXD (RS-232C)
2
TXD (RS-232C)
7
POWER +12 VDC (2.5A)
8
GND
* Citizen CBM-1000II, Fujitsu FP-1000
or equivalent printer
ScanVue® Power/Serial DIN8F Pinout
Serial Printer Cable 38578-01 DIN8M *
PIN. NO.
FUNCTION
1
SIGNAL GROUND
2
INTERNAL CONNECTION
3
RXD (RS-232C)
4
DTR (RS-232C)
5
DSR (RS-232C)
6
TXD (RS-232C)
7
INTERNAL CONNECTION
8
INTERNAL CONNECTION
Printer Cable DIN8M Pinout
* Optional for Citizen CBM-1000II
Fujitsu FP-1000 or equivalent printer
Figure 8—Interface Connector Pin Assignments
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Appendix A—Configuring with Barcodes
Barcode Scanner Settings
The default settings of the barcode reader are preset for capturing any 1D and 2D bar codes
including PDF417 codes. Refer to Scanner Prefix ID Bar Codes sheet for UPC and NCR prefix
enable / disable barcodes.
Configuring ScanVue®
ScanVue® can be configured for the network by scanning barcodes with its barcode scanner
instead of sending the commands over the network.
Create barcode labels in Code128 containing the network information as shown in Table 1. A
program such as ‘B–Coder Lite’ or ‘B–Coder Pro’ from Taltech or ‘Avery Label Pro’ can
create these for you.
On-line barcode generators can also be used such as:
www.barcodesinc.com/generator/index.php
www.nationwidebarcode.com/barcode-generator
Follow the step–by–step procedure outlined in the following pages to configure ScanVue® using
barcodes:
1. Power up the ScanVue® unit. Wait until it finishes booting, the 2 blue info screens have
been displayed and the IEE logo clears. If you have an RF unit, a red connection diagnostic
screen may appear if the unit doesn’t connect to your network. Either way, you are ready to
reconfigure.
2. Scan the specific labels (listed in Table 4) required to change the configuration to your
network’s parameters. ScanVue® will display the raw code, then the setup name and
entered value.
3. When all the setup labels have been scanned in and visually verified, scan the following Bar
code Save Settings and Reboot. This causes the complete configuration setup to be
written to ScanVue® non–volatile memory and reboots for the changes to take effect.
Save Settings and Reboot
4. If it is required that you need to change barcode scanner configuration for your application,
please contact IEE for Barcode Scanner configuration support.
5. This completes the network configuration for ScanVue®. If your network servers have
already been set up, ScanVue® will start communication with the network.
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Mode/Setting
Barcode
Unit ID
Unit IP
1,4
Network Mask
1,4
Windows Server
2
2
1
ile
FileServer
Server IP
Network User Name
Network Password
Network Name
2
2
1
DNS IP
Gateway IP
1
WINS Server IP
1
Domain/Workgroup
2
Product Info Timeout
3
3
Default Setting
IDLSS………S
A unique unit name, 19 characters maximum.
SCANVUE
UIAAAAAAAA
IP Address. Each unit must have a unique address.
DHCP
UMAAAAAAAA
IP Sub–net mask
255.255.0.0
WSLSS……..S
Host name of the file server, 83 characters max.
SVSERVE
SFAAAAAAAA
IP Address of the FTP–based file server.
Not Set
WULSS……..S
GUEST
NNLSS………S
Used to connect to the file server, 19 characters
max.
Used to connect to the file server, 31 characters
max.
ESS ID–network name for wireless networks
DNAAAAAAAA
IP Address of DNS
Not Set
GWAAAAAAAA
IP Address for routed or segmented networks.
Not Set
WWAAAAAAAA
Required for Windows networking.
Not Set
DWLSS………S
Domain or workgroup name, 83 characters max.
IEE
TOnnnn
Duration (secs) product information is shown
30
WPLSS……..S
2
Description
Not Set
INSTALL
WN0001
Selects wireless RF mode
Wireless=T, otherwise=F
3
WN0000
Selects hard wired Ethernet
Hardwired=T, otherwise=F
Save Configuration
KQ0003
Save configuration in EEPROM.BIN file & reboot.
N/A
Factory defaults
IN123456789
Scan twice; restores factory default configuration
N/A
Reboot unit
IN987654321
Scan twice; reboot without saving config
N/A
Show config screen 1
IS0001
Displays 1st config status screen
N/A
Show config screen 2
IS0002
Displays 2nd config status screen
N/A
Show config screen 3
IS0003
Displays 3rd config status screen
N/A
Wireless RF
10baseT Ethernet
Table 1—Barcode Configuration Labels
Barcode Configuration Label Notes:
1
IP addresses (‘XXXXXXXX’) are in hex notation. Each of the quads in the address becomes a pair of hex digits (e.g., 10.0.0.10 is
encoded as 0A00000A).
2
String values start with the count of characters (‘L’) followed by the characters of the string (‘SSSSSSS’). ScanVue® preserves the
case of characters in strings even if it is not meaningful to the network or host. The length field is always 2 digits i.e., 3 must be 03.
3
Numerical values (‘L’ and ‘NNNQ’) are decimal. Numerical values must be followed by a non–digit character. Purely numerical
parameters (e.g., Product Info Port) should be followed by an upper–case alpha character to prevent confusion caused by check–
characters and stop codes.
5
Setting the Host name also sets SMB file–access mode. Setting the File Server IP also sets FTP file–access modes.
Command barcodes must be at least six characters long, including the two–character prefix but excluding the check
character and any start and stop characters. Extra padding characters may be added to guarantee this. Padding
characters should be upper case alpha characters and are ignored. Numerical values may be zero padded (e.g.,
‘0001’ instead of ‘1’).
The following single and paired characters should NOT be used in barcodes: A, F, E0, FF, B1, B2, B3
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Support Barcodes
INFO SCREEN BAR CODES
Info Screen 1
Info Screen 2
CONFIGURATION BAR CODES
Save Settings and Reboot
Unit IP (via DHCP)
Hardwired Network
Wireless
IEE DEFAULT BAR CODES
Factory Default Settings
Reboot Only
Note: Scan Twice
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SCANNER PREFIX ID ENABLE BAR CODES
Enable UPC prefix IDs
Enable NCR prefix IDs
Disable custom prefix IDs
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SCANNER UPC-A TO EAN-13 ENABLE CAR CODES
Save Settings
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Appendix B—Mounting Bracket Outline
Figure 9—Slimline Wall Mount Bracket
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