V500-R2 Series Fixed Laser-Type Barcode Reader User`s Manual

V500-R2 Series Fixed Laser-Type Barcode Reader User`s Manual
Fixed Laser-Type
Barcode Reader
V500-R2 Series
User’s Manual
Cat. No. Z334-E1-01A
Introduction
Thank you for purchasing the OMRON V500-R2 series.
This manual describes the functions, performance, and application
methods of the V500-R2 series.
This manual is intended for personnel with knowledge of electrical
systems. Be sure to read and understand this manual thoroughly before
using the product, and keep this manual in an easily accessible location
for quick reference when required.
Introduction
Section 2 Wiring and Installation
Section 3 Function Explanation
Section 4 Setting Method
Section 5 Example of System Configuration
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Appendix
Section 6 Appendix
Section 11 Section
Section 22 Section
Section 33 Section
Section 44 Section 5
Section
Section 1 Product Overview
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READ AND UNDERSTAND THIS DOCUMENT
Please read and understand this document before using the products. Please consult your OMRON
representative if you have any questions or comments.
WARRANTY
OMRON’s exclusive warranty is that the products are free from defects in materials and workmanship for
a period of one year (or other period if specified) from date of sale by OMRON.
OMRON MAKES NO WARRANTY OR REPRESENTATION, EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, REGARDING
NON-INFRINGEMENT, MERCHANTABILITY, OR FITNESS FOR PARTICULAR PURPOSE OF THE
PRODUCTS. ANY BUYER OR USER ACKNOWLEDGES THAT THE BUYER OR USER ALONE HAS
DETERMINED THAT THE PRODUCTS WILL SUITABLY MEET THE REQUIREMENTS OF THEIR
INTENDED USE. OMRON DISCLAIMS ALL OTHER WARRANTIES, EXPRESS OR IMPLIED.
LIMITATIONS OF LIABILITY
OMRON SHALL NOT BE RESPONSIBLE FOR SPECIAL, INDIRECT, OR CONSEQUENTIAL
DAMAGES, LOSS OF PROFITS OR COMMERCIAL LOSS IN ANY WAY CONNECTED WITH THE
PRODUCTS, WHETHER SUCH CLAIM IS BASED ON CONTRACT, WARRANTY, NEGLIGENCE, OR
STRICT LIABILITY.
In no event shall responsibility of OMRON for any act exceed the individual price of the product on which
liability is asserted.
IN NO EVENT SHALL OMRON BE RESPONSIBLE FOR WARRANTY, REPAIR, OR OTHER CLAIMS
REGARDING THE PRODUCTS UNLESS OMRON’S ANALYSIS CONFIRMS THAT THE PRODUCTS
WERE PROPERLY HANDLED, STORED, INSTALLED, AND MAINTAINED AND NOT SUBJECT TO
CONTAMINATION, ABUSE, MISUSE, OR INAPPROPRIATE MODIFICATION OR REPAIR.
SUITABILITY FOR USE
THE PRODUCTS CONTAINED IN THIS DOCUMENT ARE NOT SAFETY RATED. THEY ARE NOT
DESIGNED OR RATED FOR ENSURING SAFETY OF PERSONS, AND SHOULD NOT BE RELIED
UPON AS A SAFETY COMPONENT OR PROTECTIVE DEVICE FOR SUCH PURPOSES. Please refer
to separate catalogs for OMRON's safety rated products.
OMRON shall not be responsible for conformity with any standards, codes, or regulations that apply to
the combination of products in the customer’s application or use of the product.
At the customer’s request, OMRON will provide applicable third party certification documents identifying
ratings and limitations of use that apply to the products. This information by itself is not sufficient for a
complete determination of the suitability of the products in combination with the end product, machine,
system, or other application or use.
The following are some examples of applications for which particular attention must be given. This is not
intended to be an exhaustive list of all possible uses of the products, nor is it intended to imply that the
uses listed may be suitable for the products:
• Outdoor use, uses involving potential chemical contamination or electrical interference, or conditions or
uses not described in this document.
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• Nuclear energy control systems, combustion systems, railroad systems, aviation systems, medical
equipment, amusement machines, vehicles, safety equipment, and installations subject to separate
industry or government regulations.
• Systems, machines, and equipment that could present a risk to life or property.
Please know and observe all prohibitions of use applicable to the products.
NEVER USE THE PRODUCTS FOR AN APPLICATION INVOLVING SERIOUS RISK TO LIFE OR
PROPERTY WITHOUT ENSURING THAT THE SYSTEM AS A WHOLE HAS BEEN DESIGNED TO
ADDRESS THE RISKS, AND THAT THE OMRON PRODUCT IS PROPERLY RATED AND INSTALLED
FOR THE INTENDED USE WITHIN THE OVERALL EQUIPMENT OR SYSTEM.
PERFORMANCE DATA
Performance data given in this document is provided as a guide for the user in determining suitability and
does not constitute a warranty. It may represent the result of OMRON’s test conditions, and the users
must correlate it to actual application requirements. Actual performance is subject to the OMRON
Warranty and Limitations of Liability.
CHANGE IN SPECIFICATIONS
Product specifications and accessories may be changed at any time based on improvements and other
reasons.
It is our practice to change model numbers when published ratings or features are changed, or when
significant construction changes are made. However, some specifications of the product may be
changed without any notice. When in doubt, special model numbers may be assigned to fix or establish
key specifications for your application on your request. Please consult with your OMRON representative
at any time to confirm actual specifications of purchased products.
DIMENSIONS AND WEIGHTS
Dimensions and weights are nominal and are not to be used for manufacturing purposes, even when
tolerances are shown.
ERRORS AND OMISSIONS
The information in this document has been carefully checked and is believed to be accurate; however, no
responsibility is assumed for clerical, typographical, or proofreading errors, or omissions.
PROGRAMMABLE PRODUCTS
OMRON shall not be responsible for the user’s programming of a programmable product, or any
consequence thereof.
COPYRIGHT AND COPY PERMISSION
This document shall not be copied for sales or promotions without permission.
This document is protected by copyright and is intended solely for use in conjunction with the product.
Please notify us before copying or reproducing this document in any manner, for any other purpose. If
copying or transmitting this document to another, please copy or transmit it in its entirety.
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Meanings of Signal Words
In this manual, precautions are indicated using the following symbols and signal words to ensure safe
use of the V500-R2 series. The precautions indicated by these symbols and signal words are important
for safety and must be observed.
WARNING
Indicates a potentially hazardous situation which, if not avoided, will result in
minor or moderate injury, or may result in serious injury or death. Additionally
there may be significant property damage.
Indicates a potentially hazardous situation which, if not avoided, may result in
minor or moderate injury or in property damage.
Meanings of Alert Symbols
Indicates the possibility of laser radiation.
Indicates prohibition when there is a risk of minor injury from electrical shock or other
source if the product is disassembled.
Indicates instruction for the user to always connect the ground wire.
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For the Safety Use of Laser Products
Warning display
WARNING
Avoid eye exposure to direct or scattered radiation reflected by a mirror
surface.
Laser beam emitted from a laser has high power density and may become
blind when the beam is directed into eyes.
Do not disassemble this bar code reader.
Laser beam may be scattered around when it is disassembled.
•
Caution display
Caution-Use of controls or adjustments or performance of procedures other
than those specifies herein may result in hazardous radiation exposure.
This Bar Code Reader uses a laser as the light source.
Lasers are classified on IEC standard (IEC 60825-1).
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Wavelength
650 nm
Peak power
1 mW max.
Classification
2
Labeling on Laser Use
This Bar Code Reader has the following WARNING Label.
This Bar Code Reader is compliant with IEC 60825 and the U.S. FDA (Food and Drug Administration)
laser regulations.
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Usage
• Use laser enclosure device to prevent specular object from reflecting laser beam.
When used without an enclosure, be sure to avoid a laser path from eye level.
• Although the safety distance (NOHD) is approximately 1 m; it is advisable, however, to terminate the laser on its path
if possible. Nonreflective, flatting material is recommendable for termination.
• Wear protective glassed to protect against laser light during set up and adjustment.
Outline of IEC 60825-1 Standard
The following are the safety measures to be taken by the user for each type of laser equipment.
Classification
Required items
Class 1
Class 2
Class 3A
Class 3B*
Class 4
Remote interlock
Not required
Connect to room or door circuits.
Key control
Not required
Remove key when not in use.
Beam attenuator
Not required
When in use prevents inadvertent
exposure.
Emission indicator
device
Not required
Indicates laser is energized.
Warning signs
Not required
Follow precautions on warning
signs.
Beam path
Not required
Terminate beam at end of useful length.
Specular reflection
Not required
Prevent unintentional reflections.
Eye protection
Not required
Required if engineering and
administrative procedures not
practicable and MPE exceeded.
Protective clothing
Not required
Sometimes
required.
Training
Not required
Specific
requirements.
Required for all operator and maintenance personnel.
* With respect to the requirements of remote interlock connector, key control, beam attenuator, emission indicator
device, and eye protection, Class 3B laser products not exceeding five times the AEL of Class 2 in the wavelength
range of 400 nm to 700 nm are to be treated as Class 3A laser products.
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Precautions for Safe Use
Observe the following precautions to ensure safe use of the product.
1. Installation Environment
• Do not use the product in environments containing flammable or explosive gases.
• Do not use the product in environments containing corrosive or combustible gases.
• Do not use the product in environments containing dust, salt, or metallic powders.
• Do not use the product in environments containing droplets, water or mist, oil or
chemical agents.
• Do not use the product in environments that may be affected by a CRT's flashing or
other ambient light.
• Do not install or use the product outdoors.
• For the purpose of ensuring safe operation and maintenance, do not install the
product close to high-voltage devices or electrically powered devices.
2. Power Supply and Wiring
• To assure noise and insulation resistance, be sure to use S8VS-01505 (made by
OMRON) as a driving power supply.
• Do not connect a voltage or AC power supply that has a voltage exceeding the rating
voltage (5 V+/-10%).
• Avoid reverse connection of power supply. Do not short circuit a load on OK/NG
output signal (open collector).
• Avoid applying a load that exceeds the rating.
• Be sure to turn the power OFF before connecting or disconnecting a cable.
Connecting or disconnecting a cable while the power is ON may cause failure.
• Connect different cables from high-voltage or power cables to the product. If the
same cable or duct is used, electromagnetic induction may result, which may result in
malfunction or damage.
• Tighten the fixing screws at the torque specified in this manual.
3. Communication with Upper Equipment
• Check that the product has started up, and then start communication with upper
equipment.
• Indefinite signals may be generated from the upper interface while the product starts
up. Clear the receive buffer of the devices before starting initial operation.
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4. Other
• Do not use the product in a safety circuit for nuclear or life-support systems.
• Never attempt to disassemble, repair, modify, deform by applying pressure, or burn
the product.
• Dispose of the product as industrial waste.
• If the product becomes extremely hot, or abnormal odors or smoke are emitted, stop
using the product immediately, turn the power OFF, and consult with your OMRON
representative.
5. Regulations and standards
This product complies with the following standards.
Laser safety standards: IEC 60825-1:2007 (2nd Edition) Class 2
JIS C 6802 Class 2
EN Standard (CE mark): EN55022/EN55024
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Precautions for Correct Use
Always observe the following precautions to prevent operation failures, malfunctions, and adverse effects
on performance and equipment.
1. Installation location
„
The product must not be installed in a place:
• where ambient temperature is outside the range defined in the specifications,
• where a rapid temperature change (dew condensation) occurs,
• where ambient humidity is outside the range defined in the specifications,
• where direct vibration or shock may affect the product,
• where exposed to intense ambient light (laser, arc welding, or UV light),
• where exposed to direct sunlight or heat from heating appliances, and
• where a strong magnetic or electric field exists.
„
Because of the protection rating described in the manual, avoid using
locations containing:
• corrosive or combustible gases,
• dust, salt, or metallic powders,
• droplets, water mist, oil or chemical agents.
2. Power supply, connection, and wiring
• Be sure to use S8VS-01505 (made by OMRON) as a driving power supply.
• Do not install the product in a location where a high-voltage device is installed.
• Be sure to user the supplied insulation board to assure the noise resistance.
• After connecting the cables, check that the correct power supply is used, that there is
no load short-circuiting or other inappropriate connections, and that the load current is
correct before turning the power ON. Faulty wiring may be the cause of failure.
• Use a wrist strap or other similar device to avoid electrostatic charge when you touch
terminals and signal lines within a connector, and to avoid damage due to static
electricity.
• Try to keep the length of the power cable to a minimum (less than 3 m).
3. Installation
• When installing this code reader, use the provided insulating plate and mounting
bracket.
• Use the provided screws for installation, and tighten to the torque specified in these
instructions.
• Incline the bar code reader about 15° to read the target bar code.
• Do not apply stress on the cable when mounting and using.
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• V500-R2 series are precision instruments. Be careful not to give an impact or make
them fall.
• Do not hold the sensor only by the cable part when moving the sensor. A sensor body
part will be damaged.
• Distance and angle allowed to read differs according the bar code. Check if the used
bar code can be read actually, before mounting.
4. Timing input with photo-electronic sensor
When taking timing with the photo-electronic sensor, mount the bar code reader so that
the footlight beam of the photo-electronic sensor does not spot directly on the reading
window of the bar code reader or on the bar code.
Bar code
Photo-electronic sensor
Footlight beam of the photo-electronic sensor spots
on the reading window of the bar code reader.
Footlight beam of the photoelectronic sensor spots on the
bar code.
5. Influence of reflective objects
When there is any reflective object such as metal or mirror surface on the bar code
beam-scanning surface, reading character may be deteriorate. Cover the reflective
object with something or change the bar code position to avoid influence.
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When mounting the bar code readers side-by-side, laser beams may interfere reading
each other. The bar code readers should be placed far enough not to affect reading.
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6. Mutual interference
Bar code
7. Bar code label
• The height of the bar code should be more than the luster scan width (max. 10 mm)
and use a label considering attaching error.
• When reading bar code, margin is necessary on the both sides of the bar code. Set
the label so that margin parts do not hide. A space of one character or more and 2.5
mm or more is necessary of both right and left side of the label. (Rough standard: 12
or 13 times or more of the narrow bar width)
Label
(Paper which a bar code is printed on)
Narrow bar
(Slim lines)
Bar code
Margin
Margin
Height
Width
8. To improve reading reliability
• When the digit is determined, designate the digit to use the bar code.
• Use the modulus check (addition of check digit).
• Bar codes other than the reading object should be set to reading prohibition.
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9. Maintenance and check
• Check for any dust or dirt on the reading window regularly. When it is dirty, wipe with
a dry, soft and clean cloth. Do not use solutions such as thinner.
• Handle with care, not to apply strong shock such as dropping.
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How to Use This Manual
In this manual, each part of the bar code is described as follows.
How to Use This Manual
Label
(Paper which a bar code is printed on)
Narrow bar
(Slim lines)
Bar code
Margin
Margin
Height
Width
For a page format
Section title
Section 4
System Settings
Creating Setting Files Using the 2DCR Configear
Section 4
System Settings
Outline
Creates the data setting file for loading set data to the Handheld 2D Code Reader.
Make the settings for the communications conditions, functions, and display conversion.
Move to the setting screen.
Select Setting Reader - Create Data... from the menu.
The following window for creating the setting data file will be displayed.
Screen display
The [Receive (R)] function can be used to open the data file downloaded from the Code
■ Save
Saves the created data setting file.
To save data to the Memory Card, create a folder with the name SETTINGS, and save. If the data is
saved to a folder other than “SETTINGS”, it cannot be uploaded.
Communication Settings
The settings shown in the following table are set in the Communication Settings Tab
Page in the Create Setting Data Window.
Setting item
Parity
Data Length
Stop Bit
Prefix
Suffix
FCS
Index label
Provides the section number
and subject matter. Can be
used to immediately open the
desired page.
Describes the settings.
Settings
Baud Rate
Header/Footer
Section 4 Uploading from the Memory Card
Opens the previously created data setting file for editing.
Reader and edit it.
Section 4 Creating Setting Files Using the 2DCR Configear
■ Open
9,600*, 19,200, or 38,400
None*, odd, or even
*
77 bits or 8 bits
1sbit* or 2 bits
None*, 02 <STX>, or 1B <ESC>
*
ETX, 0A LF, 0D CR , or 0D0A CR+LF
ON or OFF*
The default settings are indicated with an asterisk.
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Procedure and additional explanations
Information useful during the operation and reference
pages are provided here with special marks to indicate
the kind of information being provided.
*This page does not actually exist in this manual.
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Visual Aids
Indicates points that are important in using product functions or in application procedures.
Visual Aids
Indicates page numbers providing related information.
Indicates helpful information when a problem occurs and explanations of technical terms.
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Contents
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Contents
Meanings of Signal Words
4
Meanings of Alert Symbols
4
For the Safety Use of Laser Products
5
Precautions for Safe Use
7
Precautions for Correct Use
9
How to Use This Manual
12
Visual Aids
13
Contents
14
Section 1
17
Features
18
Product Composition
20
Part Names
21
Rating/Performance
22
Usage Flow Chart
27
Section 2
Wiring and Installation
29
Wiring
30
Installation
33
Section 3
14
Product Overview
Function Explanation
35
Explanation of Reading System
36
Operation Flow Chart
37
Communication Data Format
45
Test Reading Function
48
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51
52
Menu Sheet/Command List
56
Section 5
Example of System Configuration
97
Example of Connection with a PC
98
Example of Connection with Programmable Controller (CS1)
99
Example of Multi-drop Connection
102
How to Use Command Link Unit V700-L12
106
Section 6
Appendix
Contents
How to Use Menu Sheet/Command
Introduction
Section 4
123
External Dimension
124
Troubleshooting
129
ASCII Code Table
130
Explanation of Terms
131
Corresponding Bar Code List
136
Revision History
140
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MEMO
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This section explains about features and rating/performance of this bar code
reader.
Features
18
Product Composition
20
Part Names
21
Rating/Performance
22
Usage Flow Chart
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Features
A bar code reader is a device to read a bar code attached on a product and transfer the
Section 1 Features
information to upper equipment.
Various types of information can be managed efficiently by using it combining with PC and
programmable controllers.
Problems on site
Bar code solution!
Work data are recorded on papers.
> Reading and writing mistakes and
distribution of workers exist.
> Formats are difficult to learn because various
kinds are produced in small numbers.
Register product numbers and setting on PC
and programmable controllers beforehand and
import a product number only by reading a bar
code. Input mistake or distribution of workers
are eliminated.
Cost should be as cheap as possible as
the product price is low.
Cost is very low by only attaching a printed bar
code label.
ƒ Ultra-compact design
Optimum for the assembly to each device
34.5 mm
29 mm
17 mm
ƒ Easy installation
Easy to read by pressing the SCAN button and know the reading rate with LED
illumination and buzzer sound in real time.
As reading position is easy to check at site before connecting with upper equipment,
installation work and maintenance work hour can be greatly reduced.
p.48
ƒ Simple function setting
You can either set the function by reading a menu sheet or by inputting a command on
the upper equipment. You can select the setting method according to the condition.
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ƒ Perfect reading performance
High speed reading with 1000 scan/sec. realized high reliability and wide reading
distance of 70 mm to 330 mm (in case of narrow bar width 1.0 mm).
ƒ Easy multi-drop
Connect communication link unit V700-L12 to collect read data from plural bar code
readers (max. 31) for one set of upper equipment.
p.102
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p.24
Communication link
unit
V700-L12
Upper
equipment
Communication
converter
K3SC
Bar code reader
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Max. 31 sets
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Product Composition
The bar code reader is used by connecting with upper equipment such as PC and
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programmable controllers.
The upper equipment receives information which the bar code reader reads and refers with
the registered information and records.
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Tip of the cable is a connector. Use an appropriate connecting cable according to the
upper equipment.
PC (PC/AT compatible)
Bar code reader
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Cable for connecting with PC/AT compatible
V509-W011D
p.98
Power supply (5 VDC)
Recommended:
S8VS-01505
Programmable controller
Programmable controller made by OMRON
Connecting cable
V509-W011
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Part Names
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Front side
Main cable
Laser alarm label
Reading window
Laser beam radiates from here
Back side
READ OK LED
Illuminates when read correctly.
SCAN button
Press it once to read once.
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Rating/Performance
Section 1 Rating/Performance
General specification
Model
V500-R2CF
Direction of view
Front view
Applicable
codes
Reading
performance
(*)
Interface
WPC(JAN/EAN/UPC), Codabar(NW-7), ITF,Industrial2of5(STF),
Code39, Code93, Code128, GS1-128(EAN-128), GS1-Databar(RSS14), GS1-Databar Limited(RSS Limited), GS1-Databar Expanded(RSS
Expanded)
Number of reading
digits
No upper limit (depends on bar width and reading distance)
Minimum resolution
Bar code: 0.15 mm
Contrast (PCS)
0.45 or more (white reflectance 70 % or more)
Reading distance
60 to 270 mm (At narrow bar: 0.5 mm)
Reading angle
Within 40° (Including margins at left and right sides)
Skew angle (α)
±60°(However, exclude from 10° upper side to 7° lower side)
Pitch angle (β)
±30°
Tilt angle (γ)
±25°
Reading of bar codes
on curved surfaces (R)
R 20mm (UPC 12 digit)
Light source
Red laser diode (Wave length: 650 nm)
Light output
1.0m W or less (Correspond to JIS class 2)
Scan type
Raster scan
Number of scan
1000 scan/sec.
Communication
specification
RS-232C
OK/NG outputs
NPN open collector output (cable work required)
Function setting method
Menu sheet reading method or host command method
Functional
specifications
Reading trigger
External trigger (Transistor input)
Trigger by command (RS-232C)
Trigger a test reading by pressing the SCAN button on the product
OK/NG signals
OK signal is turned on to indicate a successful read
NG signal is turned on to indicate a successful read of a non-registered
label
Indication LED
OK LED (green) illuminates to indicate a successful read
Buzzer
Notifies a successful reading with a buzzer sound (Muting available)
Power voltage
4.5 to 5.5 VDC
Consumption current
During operation: 500 mA or less; during standby: 150 mA or less
Inrush current
2.0 A MAX
Power supply
specification
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Environmental
specifications
Ambient temperature
range
At operation: 0 to + 45°C; At storage: -20 to + 60°C
Ambient humidity range At operation and storage: 20 to 85% RH (with no icing or condensation)
No corrosive gases
Ambient light
Fluorescent lamp: 4,000lx or less, Sunlight: 80,000lx or less
Vibration resistance
10 to 150 Hz, half amplitude 0.35 mm, 3 directions (X/Y/Z), 8 minutes
each 10 times
Degree of protection
IP54 (IEC60529)
Weight
Main unit only
Approximately 80 g
Including accessories
Approximately 190 g (including mounting bracket, insulation plate and
screws)
Packaged weight
Approximately 270 g (including packing carton)
Main unit
Approximately 29(W) × 34.5(D) × 17(H)mm
Packing carton
Approximately 245(W) × 110(D) × 40(H)mm
Dimensions
Input/output connector
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Ambient atmosphere
Round DIN connector
Code length
Approximately 1.5 m
Minimum bending radius of cord
Approximately 23 mm
Accessories
Operation manual, menu sheet, mounting bracket, insulation plate,
M3 × 6 screw (two), M3 × 8 screws (one), M5 × 10 screws (two)
Material, Color Upper side case
Die-cast magnesium, black
Pront panel
PC, black
Labe
PET
Reading window
PMMA, transparent
Cable
Polyvinyl chloride (PVC), black
Insulation plate
ABS, black
Mounting bracket
SUS304, silver
* Unless otherwise specified, use a JAN x1 , MRD 63% or higher (PCS = 0.9 or higher) barcode with a pitch angle
α = 0°, a skew angle β = 15°, a tilt angle γ = 0°, and a curvature R = ∞.
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Number of reading range performance
Explained with examples of following conditions:
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• Contrast:
MRD 63 % (PCS = 0.9)
• Bar code:
CODE39
• Installation condition: Pitch angle α = 0°, skew angle β = 15°
Tilt angle γ = 0°, curvature R = ∞
Reading distance
400
300
(Unit: mm)
200
100
40°
A
B
C
D
Narrow bar width
Narrow bar width
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A
0.15 mm
70 to 140 mm
B
0.25 mm
60 to 200 mm
C
0.5 mm
60 to 270 mm
D
1.0 mm
70 to 330 mm
Distance from the end of the case.
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0
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Reading angle performance
In the following conditions, readable up to α = 30° on either side.
• Bar code:
Resolution = 0.25 mm, CODE39 (9 digits), PCS = 0.9
• Reading distance:
110 mm from the case end
• Installation condition: Skew angle β = 15°, tilt angle γ = 0°, curvature R = ∞
−α
+α
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„ Pitch angle
„ Skew angle
In the following conditions, readable up to β = ± 60°. However, range from β = -8° to +10° is
an area difficult to read due to regular reflection.
• Bar code:
Resolution = 0.25 mm, CODE39 (9 digits), PCS = 0.9
• Reading distance:
110 mm from the case end
• Installation condition: Pitch angle α = 0°, tilt angle γ = 0°, curvature R = ∞
+β
−β
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„ Tilt angle
Generally, a tilt angle is not specified, because it differs according to the bar code
height.
Section 1 Rating/Performance
Scan all the bar code with the laser.
„ Curvature
In case of the following conditions, the bar code of 8-digit EAN, curvature range 15 mm
or more and 13-digit EAN, curvature range 20 mm or more can be read.
• Bar code:
Resolution = 0.26 mm, EAN, PCS = 0.9
• Reading distance:
110 mm from the case end
• Installation condition: Pitch angle α = 0°, skew angle β = 15°, tilt angle γ = 0°
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Usage Flow Chart
Examination of the bar code beforehand, installation, and introduction flow chart is as shown below.
Section 1 Usage Flow Chart
Examination
beforehand
Check the type, width, height and numbers of digit of bar codes.
p.22 Rating/Performance
p.136 Corresponding Bar Code List
Wiring.
Connection
p.30 Wiring
Connect peripheral equipment.
p.97 Example of System Configuration
Turn on the power switch.
Check that the bar code in subject can be read.
p.48 Test Reading Function
Preparation
Investigate the reading timing and moving speed.
p.37 Operation Flow Chart
Set the reading condition corresponding to the purpose.
p.56 Menu Sheet/Command List
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p.33 Installation
Installation -
Execution of reading
Section 1 Usage Flow Chart
Install.
Test in the actual usage environment.
p.48 Test Reading Function
Execute reading.
Applied way
of using
Read only the registered bar code.
p.79 Setting for label registration
In case of trouble:
A bar code cannot be read correctly.
I don't know the communication specification.
p.129 Troubleshooting
p.45 Communication Data Format
I can't understand the operation flow.
p.37 Operation Flow Chart
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bar code reader.
Wiring
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This section explains about the wiring method and installation method of the
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Wiring
•
•
•
•
Section 2 Wiring
Extension length of the RS-232C line (SD, RD, and SG) should be up to 15 m.
Wiring should avoid approaching to a high-power heavy electric current wire.
Turn off the power switch before connecting or disconnecting a connector.
To assure noise and insulation resistance, be sure to use S8VS-01505 (made by OMRON) as a driving power
supply.
• Do not connect a voltage or AC power supply that has a voltage exceeding the rating voltage (5 V+/-10%).
• Avoid reverse connection of power supply. Do not short circuit a load on OK/NG output signal (open
collector).
Wiring diagram
„ V500-R2 series
(Pin alignment)
Connector part (DIN: 8P plug)
Made by Hosiden Corporation
TCP1394-715267 (TypeA)
Wire color Pin No. Signal name
Function
Green
1
SD
Transmission data
White
2
RD
Received data
Gray
3
RS
Transmission request
Blue
4
CS
Transmission allowed
Brown
5
TRIG
External trigger signal
Reader
Signal direction
Upper equipment
-
6
NC
Not connected
Black
7
S.GND
0V
Red
8
VCC
Power supply
External
External
Yellow
- (Note)
OK
READ OK output
External
Orange
- (Note)
NG
READ NG output
External
Connection with upper equipment p.98, p.99
The OK and NG output lines are not connected to the DIN 8-pin connector. To use the OK and NG
outputs, cut the cables.
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When you make a connection cable, use the following connectors.
Recommended parts for the connector
Usage
Manufacturer
Model
For cable relay
Hosiden Corporation
TCS8587-0170477
For panel installation 2 Hosiden Corporation
TCS1080-0120177
Section 2 Wiring
Logic of external trigger signal can be selected.
Trigger ON
Positive logic
(HIGH active)
Negative logic
(LOW active)
Setting method p.57
Trigger ON
You can select the output logic of READ OK and READ NG signal.
Power supply
Recommended parts for the power supply
Manufacturer
Model
OMRON Corporation
S8VS-01505
Input/output circuit
„ Input circuit for the external trigger signal (V500-R2 series)
Vcc
External trigger signal
TRIG
Internal
circuit
Von/off
SG
Item
Minimum
value
Maximum
value
Terminal voltage Von when a
transistor is turned on
0V
0.8 V
Terminal voltage Voff when a
transistor is turned off
2.0 V
3.3 V
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„ READ OK/NG signal output circuit
OK/NG
Internal
circuit
SG
Section 2 Wiring
Item
Specification
Output system
NPN open collector
Rated load
24 VDC 30 mA
Leak current at OFF
0.5 mA or less
Residual voltage at ON
1 V or less
Cable specification
• Shape:
Straight cable
• Diameter:
φ3.8 mm
• Length:
1500 ± 50 mm
• Number of core: 9
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Installation
To avoid regular reflection of laser, incline approx. 15° against the bar code subject to read
when installing the bar code reader. Use this mounting bracket as the mounting surface of an
associated mounting bracket is inclined 15°.
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0°
0°
10°
10° to 60°
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1. Attach the insulating plate and mounting bracket to the barcode reader. (M3 screws,
Section 2 Installation
8° to 60°
Tightening torque 0.54 N•m)
M3 × 6
M3 × 8
2. Install. (M5 screws, Tightening torque 2.3 N•m)
15°
Vertical
Horizontal
15°
When you attach this line
of the bracket horizontally,
the bar code reader
inclines 15°.
When you attach this line of the bracket
vertically, the bar code reader inclines 15°.
• Do not apply stress on the cable when installing or using.
• Distance and angle allowed to read differs according the bar code. Check if the used bar code can
be read actually, before installing.
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Function Explanation
This section explains about representative functions of the bar code reader.
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Operation Flow Chart
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Communication Data Format
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Test Reading Function
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Explanation of Reading System
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Explanation of Reading System
There are following reading systems for this bar code reader.
Setting method p.69
Reading system
Trigger reading
Full-time reading
Reading starts by applying reading trigger
During the power is turned on, laser is
from outside.
radiated all the time, to be able to read
This system is mainly used when operation. any time. This system is mainly used at
installation and system testing.
Section 3 Explanation of Reading System
Trigger
External
Input method trigger
signal
Reading
operation
–
When the external trigger signal is turned
(Ignored even when input.)
on, laser radiates and starts reading. The
"Trigger controlled system" reads during
the trigger is ON, and the "Effective
duration designation system" reads only the
effective duration (*1) which is set
beforehand after the trigger is ON.
RS-232C
command
The upper equipment sends the
–
communication command and the laser
(Ignored even when input.)
beam radiates to start reading. After
receiving the command, it reads only for the
effective duration (*1) which is set
beforehand.
SCAN
button
(Back side)
Press the SCAN button once to read once.
Handy to use to check if the reading
condition setting is appropriate.
–
(Ignored even when pressed.)
Single
reading
When the reading succeeds, the data is
output and ends reading automatically.
Reads continuously and outputs the data
continuously.
Plural
reading
Reads bar codes continuously during the
trigger is ON or effective duration (*1).
When the first reading is completed, data is
once output and while reading the same
bar codes continuously, no output is made.
Outputs newly only when the data differ
from the adjacent bar code.
The bar code reading continues in series.
While reading the same bar code, output
is not newly made. Outputs newly only
when the data differ from the adjacent bar
code.
Continuous Reads bar codes continuously during the
reading
trigger is ON or effective duration (*1).
Outputs data continuously even for the
same bar code.
*1
Reads continuously and outputs the data
continuously.
Effective duration of reading
When the trigger input method is external trigger signal effective duration designation system or RS-232C
command, effective duration setting is required beforehand.
Effective duration setting method p.75
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Operation Flow Chart
Basic operation flow chart
This clause explains steps of "Power on > Reading > Data output" in case of trigger
reading.
„ In case of single reading
Power on
Section 3 Operation Flow Chart
Wait for the
reading trigger
Repeat
Laser radiation
Reading process execution
Is reading
succeeded?
Is reading trigger end?
(*1)
Has reading
effective duration
passed?
(*2)
Laser beam goes out
Laser beam goes out
READ OK LED illuminates
Process when reading failed
Reading data output
Repeat
Repeat
Process when reading succeeded
Process when reading failed
*1
When the trigger by a command is used, ignore this clause.
*2
In case of trigger controlled system (reads while the trigger is ON), consider that the reading effective duration
is set to 0.
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„ In case of plural reading
Power on
Wait for the
eading trigger
Repeat
Laser radiation
Section 3 Operation Flow Chart
Reading process execution
Is reading
succeeded?
Is the data
differ from the previous
reading?
READ OK LED illuminates
Reading data output
Is reading trigger end?
(*1)
Has reading effective
duration passed?
(*2)
Laser beam goes out
Process when reading succeeded
Repeat
Is reading
succeeded even just
once?
Process when reading failed
Repeat
*1
When the trigger by a command is used, ignore this clause.
*2
In case of trigger controlled system (reads while the trigger is ON), consider that the reading effective duration
is set to 0.
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„ In case of continuous reading
Power on
Wait for the
reading trigger
Repeat
Laser radiation
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Reading process execution
Is reading
succeeded?
Is reading trigger
end? (*1)
READ OK LED illuminates
Reading data output
Process when reading
succeeded
Has reading
effective duration
passed?
(*2)
Laser beam goes out
Repeat
Is reading
succeeded even
just once?
Process when reading failed
Repeat
Process when reading failed
*1
When the trigger by a command is used, ignore this clause.
*2
In case of trigger controlled system (reads while the trigger is ON), consider that the reading effective duration
is set to 0.
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Function Explanation
Communication protocol
There are following two types of system to transmit the data read by the bar code
reader to the upper equipment.
„ Nonprocedural system (no protocol system)
The bar code reader transmits the data to the upper equipment and ends.
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Upper equipment
End
„ ACK/NAK system
This bar code reader waits for the upper equipment response after transmitting the data.
When ACK (06H) 1 byte is received from the upper equipment, buzzer sounds
indicating the normal finishing and ends data transmission.
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Data
End
Upper equipment
ACK
When NAK (15H) 1 byte is received from the upper equipment data is transmitted
again. When the time-up time comes which is set beforehand, the time-up buzzer
sounds and the data transmission ends.
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Data
Data
Upper equipment
ACK
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Communication timing chart
This section explains the indication timing of the buzzer and LED indication.
„ In case when reading OK (single reading)
Trigger
input (*1)
Laser
radiation
Section 3 Operation Flow Chart
Reading
operation
Reading
Buzzer,
LED
Communication
*1
You can change the setting for the trigger input logic.
p.53
Time
Description
T0
Trigger ON time. (When effective duration is designated, consider it as effective duration.)
T1
Chattering prevention time. (5 ms)
T2
Buzzer and indication LED illumination time. (Initial value: 200 ms, changing allowed)
T3
Trigger signal minimum OFF time. Be sure to set 30 ms or more.
T4
Communication time. Differs according to communication condition.
• In case of continuous reading and plural reading, laser is always radiating during trigger input is ON
(or during reading effective duration). Concept of T0 to T4 other than this is the same as the case of
single reading.
• A rough guide of reading time
As this bar code reader is approx. 1000 decode/sec., decode process time for once is 1 ms. In case
of plural time conformance, "1 ms x (conformance time + 1)". However, it differs according to the
reading bar code condition (dirt or thin spot, etc.)
• Concept of communication time
Communication (Data length) + (1: In case when parity exists) + (Number of stop bit) (Number of digit of transmission data +
x Number of header characters +
time (ms) =
(Communication speed)
Number of footer characters) x 103
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„ In case when reading NG (single reading)
Trigger
input (*1)
Laser
radiation
Reading
operation
Reading
Section 3 Operation Flow Chart
Buzzer,
LED
Communication
*1 You can change the setting for the trigger input logic.
p.57
Time
Description
T0
Trigger ON time. (When effective duration is designated, consider it as effective duration.)
T1
Chattering prevention time (5 ms)
T2
Buzzer and indication LED illumination time. (Initial value: 200 ms, changing allowed)
T3
Trigger signal minimum OFF time. Be sure to set 30 ms or more.
T4
Communication time. Differs according to communication condition.
• In case of continuous reading and plural reading, laser is always radiating during trigger input is ON
(or during reading effective duration). Concept of T0 to T4 other than this is the same as the case of
single reading.
• Concept of communication time
Communication
time (ms) =
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(Data length) + (1: In case when parity exists) +
(Number of stop bit)
(Communication speed)
(Number of digit of transmission data +
x Number of header characters +
Number of footer characters) x 103
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Concept of moving direction/line speed
When reading a moving bar code, fully investigate from the following viewpoint.
„ Confirmation of the timing chart
Duration from the reading trigger and outputting the data of actual reading differs
according to condition.
Operation Flow Chart p.37
„ Confirmation of trigger input timing
When constructing the system to read the moving bar code, input timing of the external
considering the moving speed (moving distance) of the bar code.
When the timing is too slow...
The bar code is already
passed and cannot read.
Photoelectronic
sensor
Section 3 Operation Flow Chart
trigger signal is important. Input the external trigger signal allowing enough timing
„ Checking the tack timing
In case when bar codes come continuously, calculate how close the bar codes may
come, considering above two points.
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„ Moving direction of a bar code
Stability of reading differs according to the moving direction against the scanning
direction.
As the appropriate direction differs according to the size of a label, investigate when
installing.
Scanning direction
Section 3 Operation Flow Chart
Bar code moving direction
Scanning range
Whole height of a bar code
is scanned.
In case of tall size label, this
direction is stable.
A part of the height
of a bar code is
scanned.
In case of short
size label, this
direction is stable.
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Communication Data Format
This section explains about communication data format of the bar code reader and the upper
equipment.
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Upper equipment
Reading data output
Input command
Section 3 Communication Data Format
Reading trigger input by RS-232C command
Reading trigger command format is as shown below.
or
MEASURE
CR
(0DH)
or
STX
(02H)
Z
or
M
CR
(0DH)
ETX
(03H)
Set command input
Reading condition set command can be transmitted from the upper equipment. Format
is as follows.
Command
(In case of one character, m1 only)
For details of command, refer to Section 4.
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Data output format when reading succeeded
When bar code reading is succeeded, following data is transmitted to the upper
equipment.
Header Number
Data of read bar code
Output item
Section 3 Communication Data Format
Header
Number of
digit
Footer
Description
Initial setting
Letter strings to add at the head of transmitted data.
Max 4 arbitrary characters can be set.
No header
Number of digit of the read data is output in two-digit ASCII code.
Whether or not to output the number of digit is selectable.
No number of digit
output
Letter strings to add at the end of transmitted data.
Max 4 arbitrary characters can be set.
CR (0DH)
Setting methods of whether to output header, number of digit and footer p.83
Note: If a read trigger is input by a MEASURE command or an abbreviated form of one of these
commands, OK+CR(ODH) is returned before the data output format.
Process when reading failed
Output format differs according to what is set to "reading failed process".
Selection of output format when reading failed
No process
Remarks
Nothing is transmitted
BR [CR] is transferred
[STX]?[ETX], [STX]>[ETX] is transferred
?[CR], >[CR] are transferred
–
?:
>:
When it is judged as no bar code
In cases other than above
[CAN] [CR] are transferred
–
[STX] [CAN] [ETX] are transferred
–
Setting method p.73
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Function Explanation
Data transfer contents of each reading code type
Reading code
Description
You can select whether or not to transfer the head character "0" for
transfer digit number adjustment and check digit C/D. ("0" is the
additional character combining with C/D to adjust the number of digit to
be in accordance with EAN-13.)
0 S X1 X2 X3 X4 X5 X6 X7 X8 X9 X10 C/D
S: Number system character (Automatically decided according to the
combination of each character of X1 to X10.)
UPC-E
You can select whether or not to transfer the head character "0" for
transfer digit number adjustment and check digit C/D. ("0" is the
additional character combining with C/D to adjust the number of digit to
be in accordance with EAN-13.)
0 S X1 X2 X3 X4 X5 X6 C/D
S: Number system character (Automatically decided according to the
combination of each character of X1 to X10.)
EAN
Reading data (8-digit or 13-digit) is transferred as it is.
ITF, Industrial 2 of 5(STF)
Transfers in the order from the next character of the start code to the
character before the stop code. (Start code and stop code are not
transferred.)
Codabar(NW-7), CODE39
You can select whether or not to transfer the start code and stop code.
When the start code and stop code is permitted to transfer, you can
select whether the transferred start/stop code of Codabar(NW-7) is in
lower-case "a/b/c/d" or in upper-case "A/B/C/D".
Transfer start/stop code of CODE39 is "*".
GS1-128(EAN128)
Add a control character "C1" (ASCII code 5D, 43, 31) which indicates
GS1-128, at the head of the transfer data. Also, FNC1 character, as a
separating character, is replaced to GS (ASCII code 1DH) character
and transferred.
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UPC-A
Setting method p.64
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Test Reading Function
You can check how stably the subject bar code can be read.
Read a bar code at resting state for one sec. and calculate the reading rate.
„ To enter reading measurement mode using a command
1. Install the bar code at a reading position.
2. Enter command ".V".
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Mode enters to reading rate measurement mode.
Reading rate of every one sec. is measured.
3. To finish the reading rate measurement mode, enter command ".W" or re-start the bar
code reader.
Return to the normal measurement mode.
Do not execute write command "Z2" to nonvolatile memory.
A sample setting condition is overwritten and stored, which erases the already set reading condition.
„ Output format
Reading rate of every one sec. is output to the upper equipment, while in reading rate
measurement mode.
Number of decoded time in one sec.
Of those, correct reading data (*) detected rate = Reading rate
Correct reading data (*)
Data, which detected most during measurement mode, is “correct reading data”.
Communication data format
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500d
SPACE
Ok:
93.5%
CR
ABCDE
CR
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„ A rough guide of reading rate
The LED illumination patter on the back side changes according to the result of reading
rate.
Reading rate
READ OK LED
76~100 %
Description
Reading is possible without problem.
26~50 %
There is a possibility to fail even reading at still state. Check if the
installation location and angle of the bar code reader is appropriate
once more.
0~25 %
Reading is not stable. Check if there is no dirt or lack on the bar code.
Check if the installation location and angle of the bar code reader is
appropriate once more.
LED indication
: Lights out
: Blink
: Illuminate
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51~75 %
When the bar code is at still state when read, reading is possible
without problem.
However, when the target bar code is moving, reading may be failed
according to speed.
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Setting Method
This section explains about setting methods using a menu sheet and entering
command from the upper equipment.
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Setting Method
How to Use Menu Sheet/Command
There are following two setting methods for the bar code reader. Select either method
according to the condition.
Setting method
Description
Read the menu sheet.
This method reads the menu sheet of the function you want to set.
It is convenient for the initial setting and when testing.
Input a command from the upper
equipment.
This method inputs a command from the upper equipment.
It is convenient when changing setup according to the type of the bar
code.
Read the menu sheet
Section 4 How to Use Menu Sheet/Command
The menu sheet is a special bar code used to set this bar code function.
Setting can be changed by reading this menu sheet.
1. Read "ZZ" of the menu sheet that means setting start/end.
Buzzer sounds continuously.
The bar code reader entered setting mode.
_ZZ_
2. Read "U2" on the menu sheet that means to return to factory default setting.
_U2_
3. Read the item on the menu sheet you want to change setting.
Menu Sheet/Command List p.56
4. To finish setting, read "ZZ" on the menu sheet for setting start/end, again.
Buzzer sound stops and returns to normal mode.
_ZZ_
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„ How to create menu sheet
The used menu sheet is a code system of CODE39. However, the code is special,
using start code and stop code for a space mark. (Normally "*")
You can create a menu sheet using bar code creation software available in the market,
as shown below.
E.g.: When creating a menu sheet "A3"
Create "* A3 *" and cut the parts of "*" with scissors to create the menu sheet "A3".
Cutting off section
Cutting off section
Section 4 How to Use Menu Sheet/Command
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Input command from the upper equipment
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Transmit command character strings.
1. Transmit the command character strings of the function you want to set.
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Command
(In case of one character, m1 only)
Menu Sheet/Command List p.56
During the bar code reader is processing command, it notifies externally that it is in processing
mode turning off the RS signal line.
When the RS signal line is not connected, interval between inputting commands should be taken
sufficiently.
2. Transmits "Z2", in order to write the set data on the nonvolatile memory in the bar code
reader.
Be sure to write when a condition is set by inputting command from the upper equipment. When you
turn off the power without writing the setting in the memory, the set content may be deleted.
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Transmission method of the command by designating values and characters is
explained as follows.
E.g. 1: Set "AB [CR]" on header. (When designating codes directly)
Transmit a header setting command.
Transmit a character "A".
Transmit a character "B".
Transmit CR code.
Transmit a header setting command.
Transmit 41 "A" in hexadecimal number.
Transmit 42 "B" in hexadecimal number.
Transmit CR code.
"00H" (zero) cannot be designated as header or footer. It is regarded as end character.
Characters until just before 00H are valid.
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E.g. 2: Set "AB [CR]" on header. (When designating hexadecimal number directly)
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Menu Sheet/Command List
Groups are classified as follows. Please refer to the corresponding pages.
Setting item
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Reference
Start/end setting using menu sheets
p.57
Write setting contents on the nonvolatile memory
p.57
Setting for external trigger signal
p.57
Return to the factory default setting
p.58
Collective setting
p.60
Setting of reading permission and prohibition
p.62
Detail setting for reading code
p.64
Setting for the number of times of reading coincidence
p.69
Setting for reading operation
p.70
Setting for reading effective duration
p.70
Setting for plural reading reset time
p.72
Setting for failed reading
p.73
Setting for the number of reading digits
p.74
Setting for the READ OK LED
p.75
Setting for the buzzer
p.75
Setting for READ OK signal output
p.77
Setting for label registration
p.79
Setting for communication conditions
p.80
Setting for the communication protocol
p.82
Setting for the header and footer
p.83
Number of digit output
p.84
Direct code designation
p.85
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Start/end setting using menu sheets
When setting the reader using menu sheets, read this menu sheet at the start and end
of the procedure.
Menu sheet
Start/end setting using menu sheets
Command
None
_ZZ_
Write setting contents on the nonvolatile memory
Be sure to write the settings in the nonvolatile memory whenever a condition is set by
inputting a command from the upper equipment. When you turn the power OFF without
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writing the setting in the memory, the settings will be lost.
Menu sheet
Write the contents set with a command in the nonvolatile
memory.
Command
Z2
(No menu sheet)
Setting for external trigger signal
Select positive logic or negative logic of the external trigger signal.
Menu sheet
External trigger signal, positive logic (H active)
Command
YA
_YA_
External trigger signal, negative logic (L active) (factory
default setting)
YB
_YB_
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Return to the factory default setting
Menu sheet
Command
Return to the factory default setting
U2
_U2_
Factory default setting
Item
Setting content
Readable code types
JAN/UPC (A and E)/EAN(13 and 8), CODE39, Codabar(NW-7),
Industrial2of5, ITF, CODE128, CODE93, and GS1 DataBar (RSS)
(composite is excluded)
Detail
conditions
UPC-A: Transfer C/D without an 0 in the beginning
UPC/EAN detail
settings
UPC-E: Transfer C/D without an 0 in the beginning
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EAN-13: Transfer C/D
EAN-8: Transfer C/D
CODE39 detail
settings
Not calculate C/D
Transfer C/D
Not transfer ST/SP
Codabar (NW-7) detail Not calculate C/D
settings
Transfer C/D
Not transfer ST/SP
Data character of at least 5 digits
Reading
conditions
Industrial2of5(STF)
detail settings
Not calculate C/D
GS1-Databar(RSS)
detail settings
Transfer C/D
GS1-128(EAN128)
detail settings
Disable FNC1 to GS conversion
Reading method
(normal reading /
trigger reading)
Trigger reading
Number of reading
verification times
Once
Reading operation
Single reading
Transfer C/D
Failed reading
Transmit nothing
Number of reading
digits
Not specified
Reading valid time
2 seconds
Plural reading reset
time
6 frames
LED
READ OK LED illumination time: 200 ms
Buzzer
Enable the buzzer
Single-tone buzzer
Buzzer sound duration: 50 ms
Buzzer sound volume: Max
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Item
Setting content
External trigger signal
Negative logic (L active)
READ OK/NG Signal output
signal output Signal output system
External trigger synchronous system (positive logic, H active)
Label registration
None
Output signals
Communication Communication speed 9600 bps
conditions
Data length
8 bits
Parity
None
Stop bit
1 bit
Header
None
Footer
CR
Number of digit output None
RS/CS control
None (no protocol system)
CS waiting time
Not limited
ACK/NAK waiting time Not limited
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Collective setting
Collective setting of conditions appropriate for connection of programmable controller
(EDB) and for connection of multi-drop using link unit (EDA) is allowed.
Menu sheet
Command
Setting of programmable controller connection
[EDB
_EDB_
Hatching parts are the changed point from the factory default setting.
Collective setting
Item
Setting content
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Types of code, which is possible to
read
EAN/UPC, CODE39, Codabar (NW-7), Industrial2of5(STF), ITF
Number of reading digits
No designated number of digits
Detail
condition
Transfer C/D of CODE39
CODE39 detail setting Invalid C/D of CODE39
Transfer ST/SP of CODE39
Codabar (NW-7) detail Invalid C/D of Codabar (NW-7)
setting
Transfer C/D of Codabar (NW-7)
Transfer ST/SP of Codabar (NW-7) (abcd/abcd)
Reading
condition
ITF/
Industrial2of5(STF)
detail setting
Invalid C/D of ITF/Industrial2of5(STF)
Reading system
Trigger reading
Transfer C/D of ITF/Industrial2of5(STF)
Reading operation
Single reading
Reading valid time
Trigger + 2 sec.
Number of reading
coincidence
Twice (Verification: once)
Communication Communication speed 9600 bps
condition
7-bit
Data length
Parity
Even number
Stop bit length
2-bit
Header
None
Footer
CR
Transfer number of digits Not transferred
RS/CS control
None
CS waiting time
Infinity
Communication
protocol
No protocol system
Process when reading is NG Transfer ? (CR), > (CR)
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LED illumination
LED illumination time after decoding is 200 ms.
Buzzer sound
Buzzer sound duration after decoding is 200 ms.
Buzzer sound volume
Max.
Buzzer frequency
3 kHz, 2 kHz
External trigger signal
Negative logic (L active)
READ OK/NG signal output
Output
READ OK/NG signal output system
Trigger synchronous system, positive logic (H active)
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Menu sheet
Command
Setting for connecting link unit (V700-L12)
[EDA
_EDA_
Hatching parts are the changed point from the factory default setting.
Collective setting
Item
Setting content
Types of code, which is possible to
read
EAN/UPC, CODE39, Codabar (NW-7), Industrial2of5(STF), ITF
Number of reading digits
No designated number of digits
Detail
condition
Transfer C/D of CODE39
CODE39 detail setting Invalid C/Dof CODE39
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Transfer ST/SP of CODE39
Codabar (NW-7) detail Invalid C/D of Codabar (NW-7)
setting
Transfer C/D of Codabar (NW-7)
Transfer ST/SP of Codabar (NW-7) (abcd/abcd)
Reading
condition
ITF/
Industrial2of5(STF)
detail setting
Invalid C/D of ITF/Industrial2of5(STF)
Reading system
Trigger reading
Transfer C/D of ITF/Industrial2of5(STF)
Reading operation
Single reading
Reading valid time
Trigger + 2 sec.
Number of reading
Twice (Verification: once)
coincidence
Communication Communication speed 9600 bps
condition
Data length
8-bit
Parity
Even number
Stop bit length
1-bit
Header
None
Footer
CR
Transfer number of
digits
Not transferred
RS/CS control
None
CS waiting time
Infinity
Communication
protocol
No protocol system
Process when reading Transfer ? (CR), > (CR)
is NG
LED illumination
LED illumination time after decoding is 200 ms.
Buzzer sound
Buzzer sound duration after decoding is 200 ms.
Buzzer sound volume
Max.
Buzzer frequency
3 kHz, 2 kHz
External trigger signal
Negative logic (L active)
READ OK/NG signal output
Output
READ OK/NG signal output system
Trigger synchronous system, positive logic (H active)
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Setting of reading permission and prohibition
Select the types of code to be read.
For higher reading reliability, prohibit reading of codes that will not be read.
Menu sheet
All codes except add-ons (Factory default setting)
Command
A0
_A0_
Reading prohibition for all codes
B0
_B0_
Reading permission for UPC codes
R1
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_R1_
Permission for UPC add-on 2-digit codes
R2
_R2_
Permission for UPC add-on 5-digit codes
R3
_R3_
Reading permission for JAN/EAN codes
R4
_R4_
Permission for EAN add-on 2-digit codes
R5
_R5_
Permission for EAN add-on 5-digit codes
R6
_R6_
Reading permission for CODE39 codes
B2
_B2_
Reading permission for Cadabar(NW-7) codes
_B3_
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Menu sheet
Reading permission for Industrial2of5(STF) codes
Command
R7
_R7_
Reading permission for ITF codes
R8
_R8_
Reading permission for CODE128 codes
B6
_B6_
Reading permission for CODE93 codes
B5
Reading permission for GS1 DataBar(RSS-14) codes
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_B5_
JX
_JX_
Reading permission for GS1 DataBar(RSS-Limited) codes
JY
_JY_
Reading permission for GS1 DataBar(RSS-Expanded) codes
DR
_DR_
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Detail setting for reading code
Conditions for details about reading codes, such as whether to use the check digit (C/
D) or to transmit the start code/stop code (ST/SP), are set.
UPC-A
Menu sheet
Transfer C/D without an 0 in the beginning (Factory default setting)
Command
E3
_E3_
Not transfer C/D without an 0 in the beginning
E5
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_E5_
Transfer C/D with 0 in the beginning
E2
_E2_
Not transfer C/D with 0 in the beginning
E4
_E4_
UPC-E
Menu sheet
Transfer C/D without an 0 in the beginning (Factory default setting)
Command
E7
_E7_
Not transfer C/D without an 0 in the beginning
E9
_E9_
Transfer C/D with 0 in the beginning
E6
_E6_
Not transfer C/D with 0 in the beginning
_E8_
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EAN-13
Menu sheet
Transfer C/D (Factory default setting)
Command
6K
_6K_
Not transfer C/D
6J
_6J_
EAN-8
Menu sheet
Transfer C/D (Factory default setting)
Command
6I
Not transfer C/D
6H
_6H_
CODE39
Menu sheet
Not calculate C/D (Factory default setting)
Command
C1
_C1_
Calculate C/D
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_6I_
C0
_C0_
Transfer C/D (Factory default setting)
D9
_D9_
Not transfer C/D
D8
_D8_
Transfer ST/SP
D0
_D0_
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Menu sheet
Not transfer ST/SP (Factory default setting)
Command
D1
_D1_
Codabar(NW-7)
Menu sheet
Not calculate C/D (Factory default setting)
Command
H7
_H7_
H6
Calculate C/D
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_H6_
Transfer C/D (Factory default setting)
H8
_H8_
Not transfer C/D
H9
_H9_
Not transfer ST/SP (Factory default setting)
F0
_F0_
ST/SP: ABCD/ABCD
F3
_F3_
ST/SP: abcd/abcd
F4
_F4_
F1
ST/SP: ABCD/TN*E
_F1_
ST/SP: abcd/tn*e
F2
_F2_
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Menu sheet
ST/SP: <DC1><DC2><DC3><DC4>/<DC1><DC2><DC3><DC4>
Command
HJ
_HJ_
Data character of at least 1 digit
HC
_HC_
HB
Data character of at least 3 digits
_HB_
Data character of at least 5 digits
HF
Industrial2of5(STF)
Menu sheet
Not calculate C/D (Factory default setting)
Command
G0
_G0_
G1
Calculate C/D
_G1_
Transfer C/D (Factory default setting)
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_HF_
E0
_E0_
Not transfer C/D
E1
_E1_
Data character of at least 1 digit
GE
_GE_
Data character of at least 3 digits
GF
_GF_
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Menu sheet
Data character of at least 5 digits
Command
GI
_GI_
GS1-128(EAN-128)
Menu sheet
Disable GS1 conversion (Factory default setting)
Command
[X/0
_X/0_
[X/4
Enable GS1 conversion
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_X/4_
GS1-Databar(RSS) Menu sheet
Menu sheet
Not transfer C/D
Command
DM
_DM_
DL
Transfer C/D
_DL_
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Setting for the number of times of reading
coincidence
When reading result coincides the number of times you have set, the reading result is
output to the RS-232C interface.
The verification system is AND verification (Continuous coincidence system). (This
cannot be changed.)
Menu sheet
Reading once and verification zero times
Command
X0
_X0_
Reading twice and verification once (Factory default setting)
X1
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_X1_
Reading three times and verification twice
X2
_X2_
Reading four times and verification three times
X3
_X3_
Reading five times and verification four times
BS
_BS_
Reading six times and verification five times
BT
_BT_
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Setting for reading operation
The reading operation is set.
Menu sheet
Single reading (Factory default setting)
Command
S0
_S0_
Plural reading
S1
_S1_
S2
Continuous reading
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_S2_
Reading method
Menu sheet
Command
S7
Normal reading
_S7_
trigger reading(Factory default setting)
S8
_S8_
Setting for reading effective duration
The time during which the reading continues after a trigger is input is set. When it is set
to 0 sec., reading is controlled by the external trigger and the trigger is effective while
the external trigger is ON.
Menu sheet
0 seconds (controlled by the external trigger)
Command
Y0
_Y0_
Y1
1 second
_Y1_
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2 seconds (Factory default setting)
Command
Y2
_Y2_
3 seconds
Y3
_Y3_
Y4
4 seconds
_Y4_
5 seconds
Y5
6 seconds
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_Y5_
Y6
_Y6_
Y7
7 seconds
_Y7_
8 seconds
Y8
_Y8_
9 seconds
Y9
_Y9_
YM
Infinity
_YM_
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Setting for plural reading reset time
This setting has effect when plural reading is enabled.
This setting specifies the number of frames (length of time) during which the reader
should be kept away from the code before reading the same code again.
Frames
A frame is another representation of time (ms). Intervals between frames are not constant and they
differ depending on codes. When the frame is set to infinity, the next code must differ from the
previous one as long as a trigger is input.
(Example)
Frame
1
Time (ms)
50
2
3
100 200
4
5
6
300 400 500
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Menu sheet
1 frame
Command
AH
_AH_
2 frames
AI
_AI_
AJ
3 frames
_AJ_
4 frames
AK
_AK_
5 frames
AL
_AL_
6 frames (Factory default setting)
AM
_AM_
Infinity
AG
_AG_
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Setting for failed reading
Process for failed reading is set.
With the factory default setting, nothing is transmitted in the event of failed reading.
„ Error message - No label
Direct input characters of up to 4 digits can be set. These characters are transmitted
when no code (label) is detected during the reading time.
• The error message is disabled when no direct input characters are read after the command.
• This may be output simultaneously with “Error message - Decoding failure”.
„ Error message - Decoding failure
when a code (label) is detected during the reading time but nothing is read.
• The error message is disabled when no direct input characters are read after the command.
• This may be output simultaneously with “Error message - No label”.
E.g.: In the following two examples, the “NL<CR>” message is set for “No label” and the “ND<CR>” message
for “Decoding failure”. Those two examples may occur at the same time.
When no code is detected
during the reading time
When a code is detected during
the reading time but nothing is
read
Setting start (ZZ)
Setting start (ZZ)
Error - No label (TH)
Error - Decoding failure (TI)
N (0N)
N (0N)
L (0L)
D (0D)
<CR> (1M)
<CR> (1M)
Setting end (ZZ/Z2)
Setting end (ZZ/Z2)
Menu sheet
Error message - No label
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Direct input characters of up to 4 digits can be read. These characters are transmitted
Command
TH
_TH_
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Error message - Decoding failure
Command
TI
_TI_
Not transmit an error message (Factory default setting)
TG
_TG_
Setting for the number of reading digits
When the number of reading digits is fixed, all codes having other lengths than that
specified can be rejected. Up to two reading digits can be set.
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This setting is effective for codes such as Interleaved 2 of 5 for which security against
partial reading is insufficient.
While the number of reading digits to be fixed can be set by reading the code, the
number of reading digits cannot be set with a command since a code of the necessary
length must be read.
• To read codes of a known length, it is recommended that the number of digits be fixed.
• While the number of reading digits to be fixed can be set by reading the code, it is not affected by a
detail setting (p.64) for reading codes, including “Transfer ST/SP”, “Not transfer ST/SP”, “Transfer C/
D” and “Not transfer C/D”.
• Fixing the number of reading digits does not affect WPC (JAN/EAN/UPC) or other fixed-length codes.
E.g.: The following describes the steps for fixing the number of reading digits.
Setting start (ZZ)
Fixed number of digits ON (H1)
Read the first code of the necessary length
Read the second code of the necessary length
Setting end (ZZ)
Menu sheet
Fixed number of digits OFF for all codes (Factory default setting)
Command
H0
_H0_
Fixed number of digits ON for all codes
_H1_
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Setting for the READ OK LED
The READ OK LED is disabled or its illumination time is set. The READ OK LED
illuminates when reading succeeds.
Menu sheet
Disable the READ OK LED
Command
T4
_T4_
READ OK LED illumination time: 200 ms (Factory default setting)
T5
_T5_
T6
_T6_
READ OK LED illumination time: 800 ms
T7
_T7_
Setting for the buzzer
The buzzer is enabled or disabled or its type and sound duration and volume are set.
The buzzer sounds when reading succeeds.
Menu sheet
Disable the buzzer
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READ OK LED illumination time: 400 ms
Command
W0
_W0_
Enable the buzzer (Factory default setting)
W8
_W8_
Single-tone buzzer (Factory default setting)
W1
_W1_
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Menu sheet
High-low buzzer
Command
W2
_W2_
High-high buzzer
W3
_W3_
Buzzer sound duration: 50 ms (Factory default setting)
W7
_W7_
Buzzer sound duration: 100 ms
W4
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_W4_
Buzzer sound duration: 200 ms
W5
_W5_
Buzzer sound duration: 400 ms
W6
_W6_
Buzzer sound volume: Max (Factory default setting)
T0
_T0_
Buzzer sound volume: High
T1
_T1_
Buzzer sound volume: Medium
T2
_T2_
Buzzer sound volume: Low
T3
_T3_
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Setting for READ OK signal output
When you want to output reading succeeded to the READ OK signal, set the conditions
of output system and duration, then set them for “signal output (X*Q)”.
The READ NG signal is output when any code other than the labels registered in
“Setting for label registration” (p.79) is read.
Menu sheet
Output the signal (Factory default setting)
Command
[X*Q
_X*Q_
[X*R
Not output the signal
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_X*R_
External trigger signal synchronous system (positive logic, H active) (Factory default [X*C
setting)
_X*C_
External trigger signal synchronous system (negative logic, L active)
[X*D
_X*D_
One-shot system (positive logic, H active)
[X*E
_X*E_
One-shot system (negative logic, L active)
[X*F
_X*F_
[X*G
One-shot duration: 10 ms
_X*G_
One-shot duration: 20 ms
[X*H
_X*H_
One-shot duration: 30 ms
[X*I
_X*I_
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Menu sheet
One-shot duration: 40 ms
Command
[X*J
_X*J_
One-shot duration: 50 ms
[X*K
_X*K_
[X*L
One-shot duration: 60 ms
_X*L_
One-shot duration: 70 ms
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[X*M
_X*M_
One-shot duration: 80 ms
[X*N
_X*N_
[X*O
One-shot duration: 90 ms
_X*O_
One-shot duration: 100 ms
_X*P_
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Setting for label registration
You should first register codes in the reader so that they are recognized as OK. This
function outputs the OK signal when the reader reads a code that matches one of the
registered codes and outputs the NG signal for a code that does not match any of those
codes.
Up to 5 codes can be registered.
Up to 123 bytes of a single set of data, and up to 250 bytes of data in total can be registered.
Setting start (ZZ)
Label registration (+9)
Read the first code you want to register
Read the second code you want to register
Read the fifth code you want to register
Setting end (ZZ)
Menu sheet
Register labels
Command
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E.g.: The following describes the steps for registering labels.
+9
_+9_
To cancel a label registration, end the setting without reading a label in label
registration processing.
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Setting for communication conditions
The settings made here are not fixed until the menu sheet “ZZ” for ending setting is
read or the setting save command “Z2” is transmitted and the reader is restarted.
Menu sheet
Communication speed: 300 bps
Command
K1
_K1_
Communication speed: 600 bps
K2
_K2_
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Communication speed: 1200 bps
K3
_K3_
Communication speed: 2400 bps
K4
_K4_
Communication speed: 4800 bps
K5
_K5_
Communication speed: 9600 bps (Factory default setting)
K6
_K6_
Communication speed: 19200 bps
K7
_K7_
Communication speed: 38400 bps
K8
_K8_
Communication speed: 57600 bps
K9
_K9_
Communication speed: 115200 bps
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Menu sheet
Data length: 7 bits
Command
L0
_L0_
Data length: 8 bits (Factory default setting)
L1
_L1_
Parity: None (Factory default setting)
L2
_L2_
Parity: Even number
L3
Parity: Odd number
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_L3_
L4
_L4_
Stop bit: 1 bit (Factory default setting)
L5
_L5_
Stop bit: 2 bits
L6
_L6_
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Setting for the communication protocol
Menu sheet
Communication protocol: No protocol system (Factory default setting)
Command
P0
_P0_
Communication protocol: With RS/CS control (Ready/Busy system)
P1
_P1_
Communication protocol: ACK/NAK system
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_P3_
CS waiting time: Not limited (Factory default setting)
I0
_I0_
CS waiting time: 100 ms
I1
_I1_
I2
CS waiting time: 200 ms
_I2_
CS waiting time: 400 ms
I3
_I3_
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Setting for the header and footer
Direct input header and footer of up to 4 digits can be set.
The number of digit output setting (p.84) can be included as 1 digit in the header.
E.g.: The following describes the steps for setting the header (AB).
Setting start (ZZ)
Set the headers collectively (RY)
Set “A” (0A)
Set “B” (0B)
Setting end (ZZ)
Command
RY
_RY_
Clear the header (Applied to all codes)
MG
_MG_
Set the footers collectively (Applied to all codes)
RZ
_RZ_
Clear the footer (Applied to all codes)
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Menu sheet
Set the headers collectively (Applied to all codes)
PR
_PR_
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Number of digit output
Whether to output the number of digits to the data output format is specified.
This setting item can be registered as 1 item of the header and is added to a location
determined by the order of registration.
Set “Clear the header (PR)” to clear the number of digit output.
E.g.: The following describes the steps for setting the number of digit output.
Setting start (ZZ)
Set the headers collectively (RY)
Output the number of digits ($3)
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Setting end (ZZ)
Menu sheet
Number of digit output
(Bar code: 2 digits)
Command
$3
_$3_
$6
Number of digit output
(Bar code: 6 digits)
_$6_
The output format is as shown below.
• When the the number of digits output is set to [ZZRY$3ZZ] (barcode 2 digits), the number of digits is
"05" when the data of the barcode of the scanned code is "ABCDE".
• When the number of digits output is set to [ZZRY$6ZZ] (barcode 6 digits), the number of digits is
"000005" when the data of the barcode of the scanned code is "ABCDE".
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Direct code designation
Used to set character strings and values directly when designating the header or footer.
Menu sheet
<SPACE>
Command
5A
_5A_
5B
!
_5B_
"
5C
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_5C_
5D
#
_5D_
$
5E
_5E_
%
5F
_5F_
5G
&
_5G_
'
5H
_5H_
(
5I
_5I_
5J
)
_5J_
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Menu sheet
*
Command
5K
_5K_
+
5L
_5L_
5M
,
_5M_
-
5N
Section 4 Menu Sheet/Command List
_5N_
.
5O
_5O_
5P
/
_5P_
:
6A
_6A_
;
6B
_6B_
6C
<
_6C_
=
6D
_6D_
>
6E
_6E_
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Menu sheet
?
Command
6F
_6F_
@
6G
_6G_
7A
[
_7A_
\
7B
]
Section 4 Menu Sheet/Command List
_7B_
7C
_7C_
7D
^
_7D_
_
7E
_7E_
`
7F
_7F_
9T
{
_9T_
|
9U
_9U_
}
9V
_9V_
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~
Command
9W
_9W_
0
Q0
_Q0_
Q1
1
_Q1_
2
Q2
Section 4 Menu Sheet/Command List
_Q2_
3
Q3
_Q3_
Q4
4
_Q4_
5
Q5
_Q5_
6
Q6
_Q6_
Q7
7
_Q7_
8
Q8
_Q8_
9
Q9
_Q9_
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A
Command
0A
_0A_
B
0B
_0B_
0C
C
_0C_
D
0D
E
Section 4 Menu Sheet/Command List
_0D_
0E
_0E_
0F
F
_0F_
G
0G
_0G_
H
0H
_0H_
0I
I
_0I_
J
0J
_0J_
K
0K
_0K_
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Menu sheet
L
Command
0L
_0L_
M
0M
_0M_
0N
N
_0N_
O
0O
Section 4 Menu Sheet/Command List
_0O_
P
0P
_0P_
0Q
Q
_0Q_
R
0R
_0R_
S
0S
_0S_
0T
T
_0T_
U
0U
_0U_
V
0V
_0V_
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W
Command
0W
_0W_
X
0X
_0X_
0Y
Y
_0Y_
Z
0Z
a
Section 4 Menu Sheet/Command List
_0Z_
$A
_$A_
$B
b
_$B_
c
$C
_$C_
d
$D
_$D_
$E
e
_$E_
f
$F
_$F_
g
$G
_$G_
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Menu sheet
h
Command
$H
_$H_
i
$I
_$I_
$J
j
_$J_
k
$K
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_$K_
l
$L
_$L_
$M
m
_$M_
n
$N
_$N_
o
$O
_$O_
$P
p
_$P_
q
$Q
_$Q_
r
$R
_$R_
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s
Command
$S
_$S_
t
$T
_$T_
$U
u
_$U_
v
$V
w
Section 4 Menu Sheet/Command List
_$V_
$W
_$W_
$X
x
_$X_
y
$Y
_$Y_
z
$Z
_$Z_
9G
(NULL)
_9G_
(SOH)
1A
_1A_
(STX)
1B
_1B_
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Menu sheet
(ETX)
Command
1C
_1C_
(EOT)
1D
_1D_
1E
(ENQ)
_1E_
(ACK)
1F
Section 4 Menu Sheet/Command List
_1F_
(BEL)
1G
_1G_
1H
(BS)
_1H_
(HT)
1I
_1I_
(LF)
1J
_1J_
1K
(VT)
_1K_
(FF)
1L
_1L_
(CR)
1M
_1M_
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Menu sheet
(SO)
Command
1N
_1N_
(SI)
1O
_1O_
1P
(DLE)
_1P_
(DC1)
1Q
(DC2)
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_1Q_
1R
_1R_
1S
(DC3)
_1S_
(DC4)
1T
_1T_
(NAK)
1U
_1U_
1V
(SYN)
_1V_
(ETB)
1W
_1W_
(CAN)
1X
_1X_
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(EM)
Command
1Y
_1Y_
(SUB)
1Z
_1Z_
9A
(ESC)
_9A_
(FS)
9B
Section 4 Menu Sheet/Command List
_9B_
(GS)
9C
_9C_
9D
(RS)
_9D_
(US)
9E
_9E_
DELL
9F
_9F_
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Example of System Configuration
This section explains about connection method with upper equipment.
Example of Connection with a PC
98
Example of Connection with Programmable Controller (CS1)
99
102
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Example of Multi-drop Connection
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Example of System Configuration
Example of Connection with a PC
Example of connection with PC/AT compatible PC is explained.
Bar code reader
V500-R2 series
PC/AT compatible PC
Special cable
V509-W011D
AC 100 V
Power supply for bar code
S8VS-01505
Section 5 Example of Connection with a PC
98
Example of BASIC program
100 CLS
110 CLOSE #1
120 OPEN "COM:N81NN" AS #1
130 BCDATA$=""
140 AA$=INPUT$(1,#1)
150 IF AA$=CHR$(&H03) GOTO 170
160 BCDATA$=BCDATA$+AA$:GOTO 140
170 PRINT "READ DATA=" ; BCDATA$
180 GOTO 130
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Example of Connection with Programmable
Controller (CS1)
Connection with programmable controller CS1 (Made by OMRON) is explained.
Bar code reader
V500-R2 series
Power supply unit
C200HW-PA204S
CPU unit
CS1H-CPU64-V1
Input unit
C200H-ID212
Programming
console
C200H-PRO27
Trigger
Switch
Special cable
V509-W011
Special cable
CS1W-CN224
100 VAC
Power supply for bar code
S8VS-01505
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Connect the connection cable of this bar code reader to RS-232C port of the CPU unit.
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Setting at bar code side
Set as follows, using EDB command (collective setting for programmable controller
connection).
p.60
Setting item
Section 5 Example of Connection with Programmable Controller (CS1)
100
Setting content
Command
Communication speed
9600 bps
(Same as initial setting)
Data length
7-bit
L0
Parity
Even number
L3
Stop bit
2-bit
L6
Header
None
(Same as initial setting)
Footer
CR
(Same as initial setting)
Reading valid time
Trigger + 2 sec.
Y2
Process when reading failed
?[CR] or > [CR] is transferred
5H
Setting of CS1 side
For detail setting method, refer to the operation manual of your programmable controller.
Setting item
Setting content
Dip switch of CPU unit
OFF
PC system setting
160[8300]
161[0000]
164[000D]
165[0100]
DM setting
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Set [1B5A] to DM00100.
(Memorize "Z" of ASCII code)
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Example of program
When the trigger switch is turned on, the bar code reader starts reading operation and stores the
read data to DM (data memory) of CS1. The content is displayed on the programming console.
When the bar code cannot read within the duration which is set beforehand (2 sec. in this
example), "?" or ">" is transmitted.
To check the read data with the programming console, press "Clear > FUN > Monitor" in this
order.
00000
DIFU (13) 00101
00000
00101
00002
A3920
When the contact point 00000 is turned on,
reading start command (Z) is transmitted to the
bar code reader.
TXD (236)
DM00100
#0000
#0002
A3920
00006
RXD(235)
DM00200
#0000
A393
When data is received from the bar code reader,
the data is stored starting from the address
DM00200 and displays the content on the
programming console.
MSG (46)
&0
DM0200
For the program command, refer to the operation manual of your programming console. (Items
related to communication method by RS-232C nonprocedural system.)
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BSET (71)
#0000
DM00200
DM00220
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Example of Multi-drop Connection
When communication link unit V700-L12 (sold separately) is used, you can connect max. 31
sets of the bar code reader to one upper equipment. This is called multi-drop connection.
Connection configuration differs according to the interface (RS-485 or RS-232C) of the upper
equipment side.
Example of connecting communication link unit (hereinafter referred to as "link unit") and the
upper equipment using RS-485 is described in this section.
You can supply 5 V power to the bar code reader from V700-L12.
Upper equipment
PC/AT compatible PC
Communication converter
K3SC
RS-232C
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RS-485
Communication link unit
V700-L12
RS-485
Machine
No. 02
Power supply
24 VDC
S8VS-03024
Special cable
V509-W019
Bar code reader
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Machine
No. 01
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External trigger
Input terminal
RS-485
Machine
No. 03
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Example of System Configuration
Setting at bar code reader side
Set as follows, using EDA command (collective setting for link unit connection).
p.61
Setting item
Setting content
Command
Communication speed
9600 bps
(Same as initial setting)
Data length
8-bit
(Same as initial setting)
Parity
Even number
L3
Stop bit
1-bit
(Same as initial setting)
Header
None
(Same as initial setting)
Footer
CR
(Same as initial setting)
RS/CS control
None
P0
Process when reading is NG
? [CR] or > [CR] is transmitted 5H
Other setting
Same as factory default
setting.
-
Setting item
Setting content
Setting
Machine No.
Set the machine No. differing in each link unit
Set DIP-SW 1 to 5.
Communication
speed
9600 bps
DIP-SW 6, 7 are OFF
Transmission
procedure
Normal procedure (polling procedure)
DIP-SW8 is OFF
Connection check
None
DIP-SW9 is OFF
RS-485 termination
resistance
2 sets on both sides of transmission path are
turned ON (*)
In case when turned ON, DIPSW10 is ON
*
In case of connection example shown here, termination resistors of the machine No. 3 and the upper
equipment (interface converter) are turned ON.
Specification and wiring of the link unit p.103
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Setting at link unit V700-L12 side
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Operation flow chart
Each bar code reader reads bar codes when the trigger is input. Read data is
transmitted to the unit and stored in a buffer inside the link unit.
When the data export command (polling command) is transmitted from the upper
equipment, the link unit transmits the stored read data to the upper equipment.
PC/AT compatible PC
Communication converter
Machine
No. 01
Link unit
Machine
No. 02
Machine
No. 03
Bar code reader
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Reading trigger
Bar code reader
Execution of
reading
Execution of
reading
Execution of
reading
Link unit
Stores data
Stores data
Stores data
Polling
Data export of Machine
No. 1
Link unit
Returns data
Polling
Data export of Machine
No. 2
Link unit
Returns data
Polling
Data export of Machine
No. 3
Link unit
Returns data
Data export
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Communication format
Communication format used in this connection example is explained.
For details, refer to the following page.
p.115
„ Reading trigger given from the upper unit
$01
(Machine No.)
ESC
Z
(Check code)
$0D
E.g.: When a trigger is given to the bar code reader machine No. 2
$01
0
2
ESC
Z
(Check code)
$0D
„ Polling command given from the upper equipment
$01
(Machine No.)
DLE
P
(Check code)
$0D
E.g.: When exporting data of machine No. 2
0
2
DLE
P
(Check code)
$0D
„ Reading data transmitted from the bar code reader
$01
(Check code)
Reading data
(Machine No.)
$0D
E.g.: When the reading data of the machine No. 2 is "ABCDE"
$01
0
2
A
B
C
D
E
(Check code)
$0D
E.g.: When the read data is not accumulated
$01
(Machine No.)
7
4
(Check code)
$0D
Code indicating that there is no data
„ When the bar code reader setting is changed from the upper
equipment
$01
(Machine No.)
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$01
ESC (m1) (m2) (Check code) $0D
Command character string
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How to Use Command Link Unit V700-L12
V700-L12 is a communication link unit for communication relay of RS-232C output equipment
such as bar code readers and RFID system. (Hereinafter refer to as "link unit".) It is used to
connect plural sets of RS-232C output equipment to one port of the upper equipment.
Information only required for connection of the bar code reader and the link unit is described here.
When used, be sure to read the operation manual of the link unit V700-L12.
Part names
Multi-connection port (RS-485)
p.112
Operation indication lamp
Port for upper level connection (RS-232C)
p.110
ID connection port
p.114
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Set DIP-SW (inside the cover) p.109
24 V power supply
terminal (inside the cover) p.108
Operation indication lamp
Operation condition of the link unit is indicated with four LED.
LED
Description
RUN
Illuminate during normal operation of the link unit.
COMM
Illuminate during data communication with the upper equipment.
ID
Illuminate during data communication with the bar code reader.
ERR
Illuminate in the event of a failure during data communication with upper equipment or a bar code reader.
GR (frame ground) terminal is in the multi-connection port.
D type grounding (former type 3 grounding) should be performed.
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General specification
Item
Specification
1
Power voltage
24 VDC + 10 % -15 %
Power consumption
10 W or less
Insulation resistance
50 mM ohm or more (at 500 VDC mega), between power terminal bulk
blocs and ground terminals
Withstand voltage
100 VAC (50/60 Hz, 1 min), apply to power terminals and ground
terminals, and leak current must be 5 mA or less
Resistance to vibration
10 to 150 Hz, double amplitude 0.20 mm, vibration with acceleration of
15 m/s2, at each X, Y, Z direction
8 min. each, 10 sweeps applied, without abnormal
Impact resistance
Apply shock with acceleration of 150 m/s2, 3 times for each X, Y, Z
direction, total 18 times, without abnormality.
Ambient temperature
At operation: 0 to +45 °C
At storage: -15 to +50 °C (without freeze or dew condensation)
Ambient humidity
At operation and storage: 35 to 85 % RH (without due condensation)
Enclosure rating
IP20 (IEC60529 Standard)
Ground
D type grounding (former type 3 grounding)
Mass
Approx. 185 g
Communication function
Item
Specification
Machine No.
01 to 31
Communication speed with the
upper equipment
48000/9600/19200/38400 bps
Data transmission procedure to
the upper equipment
Normal procedure (polling procedure)
• When inputting data from the upper equipment, it outputs to the ID port
immediately and transmits received reply to the upper equipment.
• When inputting data from the ID port, it waits for the inquire command
and transmits data.
• In case of 1: N connection, this procedure is recommended.
Through procedure (immediate transmission system)
• When inputting data from the upper equipment, it outputs to the ID port
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Number of connected antenna
set
immediately. It does not transmit the received reply to the upper
equipment.
• When inputting data from the ID port, it transmits to the upper
equipment immediately.
RS-485 termination resistance
OFF (invalid)
ON (valid)
DIP-SW is used for setting each function.
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Power supply
Open the cover of the upper side of the body. There is a power terminal.
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24VDC
The terminal mounting screw size is M3. Use a crimping terminal which fits to M3
screw.
Shape
Size
Fork type
6.0 mm or less
Round type
6.0 mm or less
Connect 24 V power supply device.
Recommended device
Manufacturer
Model
OMRON Corporation
S8VS-03024
Confirmation should be fully made if there is no mistake after wiring.
Faulty wiring may be the cause of failure.
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Function setting
Set each function using the DIP-SW of the bar code reader.
RS-485 termination
resistance
Machine No.
(Not used when the bar
code reader is connected.)
Transmission procedure
Communication speed
Setting of machine No.
DIP-SW
DIP-SW
1
2
3
4
5
Machine
No.
1
2
3
4
5
01
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
17
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
ON
02
ON
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
18
ON
OFF
OFF
OFF
ON
03
OFF
ON
OFF
OFF
OFF
19
OFF
ON
OFF
OFF
ON
04
ON
ON
OFF
OFF
OFF
20
ON
ON
OFF
OFF
ON
05
OFF
OFF
ON
OFF
OFF
21
OFF
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
06
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
OFF
22
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
07
OFF
ON
ON
OFF
OFF
23
OFF
ON
ON
OFF
ON
08
ON
ON
ON
OFF
OFF
24
ON
ON
ON
OFF
ON
09
OFF
OFF
OFF
ON
OFF
25
OFF
OFF
OFF
ON
ON
10
ON
OFF
OFF
ON
OFF
26
ON
OFF
OFF
ON
ON
11
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
27
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
ON
12
ON
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
28
ON
ON
OFF
ON
ON
13
OFF
OFF
ON
ON
OFF
29
OFF
OFF
ON
ON
ON
14
ON
OFF
ON
ON
OFF
30
ON
OFF
ON
ON
ON
15
OFF
ON
ON
ON
OFF
31
OFF
ON
ON
ON
ON
OFF
Setting not
allowed
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
16
ON
ON
ON
ON
Other setting
Setting item
Communication
speed
Initial setting
9600 bps
Description
Communication speed between the link unit and the upper
equipment is set.
• 4800 bps: DIP-SW6 is set to ON, DIP-SW7 is set to OFF
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Machine
No.
• 9600 bps: DIP-SW6 is set to OFF, DIP-SW7 is set to OFF
• 19200 bps: DIP-SW6 is set to OFF, DIP-SW7 is set to ON
• 38400 bps: DIP-SW6 is set to ON, DIP-SW7 is set to ON
Transmission
procedure
Normal
procedure
Set data transmission system to upper equipment.
• Normal procedure (polling procedure): OFF
• Through procedure (immediate transmission system): ON
RS-485 termination
resistance
OFF (invalid)
Set whether to make RS-485 termination resistance valid. Turn
on the link unit on both sides of transmission path.
(When only one set is connected, turn it ON.)
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Upper connection port specification
A port to connect with the upper equipment using RS-232C. A dust cover is attached
before shipping. Remove it when used.
Item
Specification
Connector specification
D-sub 9 pin Connector plug Lock screw: #4-40UNC
Cable length
Max. 15 m
Communication system
In compliance with RS-232C
Synchronous system
Asynchronous system
Communication control system
One-to-N procedure dedicated to OMRON
Communication speed
4800/9600/19200/38400 bps (Set with DIP-SW)
Character format (fixed)
Check code (Error detection system)
Start bit
Data bit
Parity bit
Stop bit
Total
1
8
None
1
10
FCS (Frame Check Sequence)/Vertical parity system
„ Pin arrangement
Connector cap is not conducting with GR (frame ground).
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5
4
9
8
3
2
7
6
1
Pin No. Signal name
Function
Signal direction
1
-
Not connected
-
2
RD
Received data
Input
3
SD
Transmission data
4
-
5
SG
6
-
Output
Not connected
-
Ground for signal
-
Not connected
-
7
RS
Transmission request (Normally
ON when operating)
8
CS
Transmission allowed
9
-
Output
Input
Not connected
-
RS signal control from the upper equipment
In case of 1: N connection with RS-232C interface of the upper equipment, the RS signal of the
upper equipment should be input to the CS signal of the link unit. Turn OFF the RS signal within
15ms after data transmission is finished. This control should be performed for normal operation.
Turn ON only in case when data is transmitted from upper equipment.
Upper side RS
Upper side SD
Within 15 ms
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„ Wiring
Example of wiring when connecting with PC/AT compatible PC is explained.
Cable length should be 15 m or less.
Recommended parts
Model
Cable
Connector
Manufacturer
CO-MA-VV-SB 5PX28AWG
Hitachi Cable, Ltd.
Socket
XM2D-0901
OMRON Corporation
Hood
XM2S-0913
OMRON Corporation
Wiring method 1
Link unit
D-SUB 9 pin
PC/AT compatible PC
D-SUB 9 pin
Signal
name
RD
SD
RS
CS
Pin No.
1
1
2
2
RD
3
3
SD
4
4
5
5
SG
6
6
7
7
RS
8
8
CS
9
9
*1
Wiring method 2
Link unit
D-SUB 9 pin
PC/AT compatible PC
D-SUB 9 pin
Signal
name
Pin No.
Pin No.
Signal
name
1
1
RD
2
2
RD
SD
3
3
SD
4
4
SG
5
5
6
6
RS
7
7
RS
CS
8
8
CS
9
*2
SG
9
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SG
Signal
name
Pin No.
*1
*1
Ground the shield wire on either PC/AT compatible PC side or link unit side.
*2
When CS function is used on PC side, a return line is required.
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Multi-connection port specification
When plural bar code readers are connected to one RS-232C port of the upper
equipment, connect to a multi-connection port of other link unit.
When the upper equipment has the RS-485 port, connect this port to act as upper
connection port. However, when the multi-connection port is used as the upper
connection port, the upper connection port (RS-232C) of the link unit cannot be used.
GR (frame ground) terminal is also on this port.
Item
Specification
Connector specification
5 pin special connector (accessory for the link unit)
Cable length
Total length: Max. 1 km
Communication system
In compliance with RS-485
Synchronous system
Asynchronous system
Communication control system
One-to-N procedure dedicated to OMRON
Communication speed
4800/9600/19200/38400 bps (Set with DIP-SW)
Character format (fixed)
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Error detection system
Start bit
Data bit
Parity bit
Stop bit
Total
1
8
None
1
10
FCS (Frame Check Sequence)
„ Pin arrangement
5
4
3
2
1
Pin No.
Signal name
Function
5
-
Short circuit with terminal 2 inside the circuit
4
+
Short circuit with terminal 1 inside the circuit
3
GR
2
-
Short circuit with terminal 5 inside the circuit
1
+
Short circuit with terminal 4 inside the circuit
Frame ground
When connecting with RS-485 interface of the upper equipment
The upper equipment should be in data reception condition within 15 ms after data transmission.
This control should be performed for normal operation.
0
GR (frame ground) terminal is in the multi-connection port.
D type grounding (former type 3 grounding) should be performed.
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„ Cables
Recommended parts
Model
Cable
Crimping
terminal
RS-485 signal line
MVVS 2CX0.5SQ
Frame ground wire
(Cables of AWG22 to 20)
When connecting one AI0.5-8WH
wire to one terminal
When connecting two
wires to one terminal
Manufacturer
Tachii Electric Wire Co., Ltd.
PHOENIX CONTACT
AI-TWIN2 x 0.5-8WH
Tools for crimping terminal
CRIMPFOX UD6
„ Wiring method
1. Attach crimping terminals on a cable where coating is peeled.
2. Insert each wire to each connector hole with attention to
the direction of the connector.
Appropriate tightening torque is approx. 0.3 N.m.
When connecting with RS-485 interface of the upper equipment
The upper equipment should be in data reception condition
within 15 ms after data transmission. This control should be
performed for normal operation.
Side face
Front side
Recommended driver
0.6 mm
Compact slotted screwdriver,
its tip is constant in thickness
Manufacturer
Model
OMRON Corporation
XW4Z-00C
3.5 mm
4. Connect the connector to the link unit.
Fit the direction of the connector on the link unit side
and the cable, insert firmly to the end and tighten the
fixing screws.
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3. Tighten the screws for fixing the connector cable.
Fixing screw
Uncoupling the connector
Loosen two fixing screws completely and pull
off the connector straight back holding the
protrusion. When it is not pulled off easily,
hold the link unit body and pull it again.
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ID connection port specification
This is a dedicated port to connect the bar code reader.
Item
Specification
Connector specification
D-Sub 9 pin connector socket M2.6
Power supply
Electrical power
supply
5 V ±5 %
Communication
part
Communication
system
In compliance with RS-232C
Synchronous
system
Asynchronous system
Communication
control system
One-to-one procedure dedicated to OMRON
Communication
speed (fixed)
9600 bps
Character format
(fixed)
Error detection
system
Data bit
Parity bit
Stop bit
Total
1
8
None
1
10
Even number parity
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„ Pin arrangement
1
2
3
4
5
Pin No.
Signal
name
Function
Signal
direction
-
2
SD
Transmission data
3
RD
Received data
4
RS
Transmission request
5
CS
Transmission permitted (Normally
ON when operating)
6
5V
+5 V (5VDC ±5 %) supply
Output
0V
+0 V supply (connected to SG
internally)
Output
8
-
9
SG
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6
7
8
9
1
7
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Start bit
Output
Input
Output
Input
Transmission allowed
-
Ground for signal
-
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Command specification
Command to control the link unit (in case of one-to-N procedure dedicated to OMRON)
is explained in this section. Transmit so that distance between each character of the
command is less than 200 ms. When the distance is 200 ms or more, it is recognized
as separation of commands.
SOH Machine No.
Communication data with the bar code reader
Check code
CR
$01
Designation of link unit process (DLE) command
Item
Description
Control code ($01) indicating the head of a frame
Machine No.
Machine No. (1 to 32, 99) set with the DIP-SW. When the machine No. is 99,
all units are regarded as own machine.
Bar code reader and
communication data
Upper equipment > link unit
Command data to transmit to the bar code reader. However, in case when the
first character is DLE (10 h), it is handled as link unit process command
defined by the next character.
• P (50 h): Polling (Invalid in case of through procedure)
• R (52 h): Resend request
• C (43 h): Buffer clear
Link unit > Upper equipment
Response data from the bar code reader
Check code
2 characters of 8-bit from the character immediately after SOH to immediately
before the check code, removing each exclusive OR (ExOR) which is
converted to ASCII code.
E.g.: In case of [SOH]01020000000600 (check code) [CR]
Check code = "05"
30h (ExOR) 31h (ExOR) 30h (ExOR) 32h (ExOR) 30h (ExOR) 30h (ExOR) 30h
(ExOR) 30h (ExOR) 30h (ExOR) 30h (ExOR) 30h (ExOR) 36h (ExOR) 30h (ExOR)
30h = 05h
(ASCII conversion) ↓
"0" (30h) "5" (35h)
CR (Carriage Return)
Control code ($0D) indicating the end of a frame
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„ Polling (P)
When the transmission procedure is "Normal procedure (polling procedure)", transmit
the oldest data in the buffer as a response.
ƒ Input command
$01
(Machine No.)
$10
P
(Check code)
$0D
ƒ Response
When there is data in buffer
$01
Communication data with the bar code reader
(Machine No.)
(Check code)
$0D
When there is no data in buffer
$01
(Machine No.)
7
4
(Check code)
$0D
Code indicating that there is no data
In case of "Through procedure (normal output procedure)", no response is output even
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if command is input.
„ Resend request (R)
The response sent before is transmitted again.
ƒ Input command
$01
(Machine No.)
$10
R
(Check code)
$0D
ƒ Response
$01
(Machine No.)
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(Check code)
$0D
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„ Buffer clear (C)
Clears all the buffer in the link unit.
ƒ Input command
$01
(Machine No.)
$10
C
(Check code)
$0D
0
0
(Check code)
$0D
ƒ Response
$01
(Machine No.)
When a code other than 00 is returned p.120
„ Change the communication frame with the bar code reader to [CR] (X)
ƒ Input command
$01
(Machine No.)
$10
X
(Check code)
$0D
0
0
(Check code)
$0D
ƒ Response
(Machine No.)
When a code other than 00 is returned p.120
Communication frame with the bar code is as shown below.
Communication data with the bar code reader
CR
$0D
Control code indicating frame end
„ Change the communication frame with the bar code reader to
[STX] to [ETX] (Y)
ƒ Input command
$01
(Machine No.)
$10
Y
(Check code)
$0D
0
0
(Check code)
$0D
ƒ Response
$01
(Machine No.)
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$01
When a code other than 00 is returned p.120
Communication frame with the bar code is as shown below.
SOH
Communication data with the bar code reader
$02
Control code indicating frame start
CR
$03
Control code indicating frame end
However, it returns to default ([CR] mode) when the power is turned on or off.
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Connection with upper equipment
„ When connected with RS-232C
Bar code
reader
Upper equipment
Bar code
reader
Bar code
reader
Bar code
reader
RS-232C
+
+
+
DIP-SW 1 to 5: Set to machine No. 1
DIP-SW10:
With termination
resistance (ON)
24 V power
source
24 V power
source
24 V power
source
24 V power
source
+ +
+
+
Set to machine No. 2 Set to machine No. 3 Set to machine No. 4
No termination
With termination
No termination
resistance (OFF)
resistance (ON)
resistance (OFF)
Total length: Max. 1 km
When connecting with 1:N using the link unit, it is required to input the RS signal normally
controlled by the upper equipment to the CS signal. Turn OFF the RS signal within 15 ms after
data transmission is finished. This control should be performed for normal operation.
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„ How to deal in case when RS signal control on the upper
equipment is impossible
Connect the upper equipment to the RS-485 communication line using K3SC-10, which
makes communication switching control using RS signal unnecessary.
Bar code
reader
Upper equipment
Bar code
reader
Bar code
reader
Bar code
reader
RS-232C
24 V power
source
RS-485
+
+
+
24 V power
source
+
+
24 V power
source
+ +
24 V power
source
+
DIP-SW 1 to 5: Set to machine No. 1 Set to machine No. 2 Set to machine No. 3 Set to machine No. 4
With termination
No termination
No termination
DIP-SW10:
No termination
resistance (ON)
resistance (OFF)
resistance (OFF)
resistance (OFF)
Total length: Max. 1 km
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„ When connected with RS-485
Bar code
reader
Upper equipment
Bar code
reader
24 V power
source
RS-485
+
+
+
Bar code
reader
Bar code
reader
24 V power
source
+
+
24 V power
source
+ +
24 V power
source
+
With termination DIP-SW 1 to 5: Set to machine No. 1 Set to machine No. 2 Set to machine No. 3 Set to machine No. 4
No termination
With termination
No termination
DIP-SW10:
No termination
resistance
resistance (OFF)
resistance (ON)
resistance (OFF)
resistance (OFF)
Total length: Max. 1 km
The upper equipment should be in data reception condition within 15 ms after data transmission.
This control should be performed for normal operation.
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Troubleshooting of link unit
„ In case of no response (cannot receive) or garble
You can check the error condition with illumination condition of the operation indication lamp.
Operation indication lamp
RUN
COMM
ID
: Lights
out
: Illuminate
ERR
Check point
• Connection of RS-232C cable (Wrong connection)
• Command format (Existence of [SOH])
• Inconsistency of communication condition setting on upper equipment
side (communication speed, etc.) and communication setting on the
link unit side
• RS-232C cable wiring (effect of circumference noise)
• Inconsistency of the machine No. designated with the command and
the machine No. setting on the link unit side
• Command format ([CR], calculation of check codes, distance of
command characters, etc.)
• RS-232C cable wiring (effect of circumference noise)
• There are 2 sets or more machine No. settings of the link unit on one
system (*1)
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• Connection of RS-232C cable (Wrong connection)
• When connected to the upper equipment with RS-485, switching
timing (time) of communication with the upper equipment
• 24 VDC power source line check
*1
Operation indication lamp repeats to blink other than during command transmission.
„ When only a specified link unit communication is abnormal
You can check the error condition with illumination condition of the operation indication lamp.
Operation indication lamp
RUN
COMM
ID
: Lights
out
ERR
: Illuminate
Check point
• Connection of RS-485 cable (Wrong connection)
• Connection of RS-232C cable (Wrong connection)
• RS signal control with the upper equipment (RS signal is always OFF
or turns ON after command transmission) (*2)
• Inconsistency of communication condition setting on upper equipment
side (communication speed, etc.) and communication setting on the
link unit side
• RS-485 cable wiring (effect of circumference noise)
• Inconsistency of communication condition setting on upper equipment
side (communication speed, etc.) and communication setting on the
link unit side
• RS signal control of the upper equipment (Turns OFF before ending
command transmission) (*2)
• RS signal control of the upper equipment (RS signal is always ON)
(*2)
• 24 VDC power source line check
*2
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„ Error code
When following codes are returned as a response, error occurred. Check by referring
following table.
End code
93
9A
Error cause
Check point
Bar code reader
communication malfunction
• Cable wiring of the bar code reader (effect of circumference
Bar code reader malfunction
• Connection of the interface connector to the bar code
noise)
reader
• Bar code reader cable disconnection
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External Dimension
124
Troubleshooting
129
ASCII Code Table
130
Explanation of Terms
131
Corresponding Bar Code List
136
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External Dimension
Bar code reader
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(Unit: mm)
34.5
7.3
6.25
M3 Depth 3
29
17
Light axis
6.65
13
M3 Depth 3
16
20
7
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7.3
37
Connector
Vinyl insulated round cord φ3.8 10-core Black
Standard length 1.5 m
18
2-M5
Mounting hole dimensions
38
Light axis
7.19
21.02
6.65
23
4.45
15°
12.65
13
18
24
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10°
3
54
5°
9
R18
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Cable for programmable controller connection made by OMRON
V509-W011
(Unit: mm)
Vinyl insulated round cord φ5.1
Vinyl insulated round cord
φ3.8, 3-core (conductor section area:
D-sub 9 pin
0.2 mm2, diameter of insulation body:
φ1.0 mm)
Pink (external trigger)
Brown (+5V)
Blue (0V)
Upper equipment side
D-sub 9 pin
Bar code reader side
DIN 8 pin
Signal name No.
FG
Shield cable
No. Signal name
1
SD
2
SD
RD
3
2
RD
RS
4
3
RS
CS
5
4
CS
-
6
5
TRIG
-
7
6
-
-
8
7
SG
SG
9
8
+5V
(External trigger)
(+5V)
(0V)
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Cable for connecting with PC/AT compatible PC
V509-W011D
(Unit: mm)
Vinyl insulated round cord φ5.1
Vinyl insulated round cord
φ4.7, 3-core (conductor section area: D-sub 9 pin
0.2 mm2, diameter of insulation body:
φ1.0 mm)
Pink (external trigger)
Brown (+5V)
Blue (0V)
Upper equipment side
D-sub 9 pin
Bar code reader side
DIN 8 pin
Shield cable
Signal name
No. Signal name
1
2
1
SD
RD
2
RD
SD
3
RS
ER
4
CS
SG
5
5
TRIG
DR
6
6
-
RS
7
SG
CS
8
+5V
-
9
Shield wire
Connector
Cover
3
4
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No.
-
7
8
Shielded
(External trigger)
(+5V)
(0V)
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Communication link unit V700-L12 connection cable
V509-W019
(Unit: mm)
Vinyl insulated round cord φ5.1
Vinyl insulated round cord
φ3.8, 2-core (conductor section area: D-sub 9 pin
0.2 mm2, diameter of insulation body:
φ1.0 mm)
Pink (external trigger)
Blue (0V)
Upper equipment side
D-sub 9 pin
Signal name
Bar code reader side
DIN 8 pin
1
SD
2
Shield cable
No. Signal name
No.
-
SD
RD
3
2
RD
RS
4
3
RS
CS
5
4
CS
+5V
6
5
TRIG
0V
7
6
-
-
8
7
SG
SG
9
8
+5V
Shield wire
Connector
Cover
Shielded
(External trigger)
(0V)
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Communication link unit
V700-L12
(Unit: mm)
2-φ4.5
Dimension of mounting hole process
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Troubleshooting
Data is not transferred to the upper equipment.
Does the power
supply 5 V± 10 %
properly?
Does READ OK LED
illuminate?
Is the program
of the upper equipment
side correct?
1. Check the function setting content. Especially,
check the operation mode and data output mode.
2. Is the bar code mounted or does it pass at the reader
reading position?
3. Are there enough margin on both sides of the
barcode? Is the bar code width rate in accordance
with the standard?
4. Do the label size, thickness of a slim bar, and
contrast (PCS) satisfy the catalog value?
5. Are there any dirt on bar code or on reading window
of the bar code reader?
6. Is the voltage of trigger input 0.8 V or less when
turned on?
1. Isn't the polarity of the transmission line wrong? Especially
for SD, RD and SG.
2. Does the communication condition match with the upper
equipment? Check the setting condition. Especially, notice
for baud rate.
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Is the wiring of
RS-232C correct?
Check external power wiring and voltage.
* When connected reversely even only once, internal fuse of the bar code
reader will be disconnected.
1. Check the operation of the upper unit side and the
operation manual.
Change the bar code reader.
(Or send it back to the manufacturer.)
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ASCII Code Table
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130
Character
Data
(Hexadecim
al number)
Character
Data
(Hexadecim
al number)
Character
Data
(Hexadecim
al number)
Character
Data
(Hexadecim
al number)
NUL
00
SP
20
@
40
'
60
SOH
01
!
21
A
41
a
61
STX
02
"
22
B
42
b
62
ETX
03
#
23
C
43
c
63
EOT
04
$
24
D
44
d
64
ENQ
05
%
25
E
45
e
65
ACK
06
&
26
F
46
f
66
BEL
07
'
27
G
47
g
67
BS
08
(
28
H
48
h
68
HT
09
)
29
I
49
i
69
LF
0A
*
2A
J
4A
j
6A
VT
0B
+
2B
K
4B
k
6B
FF
0C
,
2C
L
4C
l
6C
CR
0D
–
2D
M
4D
m
6D
S0
0E
.
2E
N
4E
n
6E
S1
0F
/
2F
O
4F
o
6F
DLE
10
0
30
P
50
p
70
DC1
11
1
31
Q
51
q
71
DC2
12
2
32
R
52
r
72
DC3
13
3
33
S
53
s
73
DC4
14
4
34
T
54
t
74
NAK
15
5
35
U
55
u
75
SYN
16
6
36
V
56
v
76
ETB
17
7
37
W
57
w
77
CAN
18
8
38
X
58
x
78
EM
19
9
39
Y
59
y
79
SUB
1A
:
3A
Z
5A
z
7A
ESC
1B
;
3B
[
5B
{
7B
FS
1C
<
3C
¥(\)
5C
GS
1D
=
3D
]
5D
}
7D
RS
1E
>
3E
^
5E
(~)
7E
US
1F
?
3F
-
5F
DEL
7F
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Explanation of Terms
„ Luster scan
Luster scan is a system to scan plural laser beams toward the bar code height direction
as shown in the figure.
*
1
2
3
4
5
*
„ Number of conformance (number of verification)
Decode several times and verify if the results conform. When it conforms for the
number of the conformance set beforehand, it is output to RS-232C interface. Number
of conformance should be at least twice (number of verification is once) to increase
reliability.
„ Narrow bar (slim bar)
The narrow bar should be wider than the minimum resolution which the bar code
reader can resolve, to read it.
The thicker bar than the narrow bar is called a wide bar (thick bar).
„ Parity
This is a means to prevent communication error.
"Parity check" is a data check system which adds 1 bit to data and to have the total bit
of "1" either in even number or odd number. The added 1 bit at this time is called "parity
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The narrower bar in the bar code consists with horizontal bars is called a "narrow bar".
bit".
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„ Modulus check
This is a method to increase bar code reading reliability.
Numerical character or character obtained by specific calculating formula is applied to
the end of the data you want to express (also expressed as C/D: check digit in this
manual).
After reading a barcode, check the C/D with this calculating formula to avoid reading
failure. General check systems are the following three types.
System
Used barcode
Modulus 10/3
Used for barcodes with only numbers. Mainly used for EAN and ITF.
Modulus 43
Used for barcodes including alphabet. Mainly used for CODE39.
Modulus 16
Mainly used for Codabar(NW-7).
ƒ Calculation method of modulus 10/3 weight
1. Add the digits in the even positions (the rightmost character is the 1st digit), and
multiple it by 3.
2. Add up the odd numbers (excluding the rightmost check digit) in the data digit.
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3. Add values of above clauses1 and 2, and add to the unit digit.
4. The check digit is the reminder of 10 minus first digit of clause 3.
[E.g.] When the bar code data is 4901234 (JAN-8)
4 9 0 1 2 3 4
Even digit 4
+ 0
Odd digit
9
+ 2
+ 1
+ 4
+ 3
= 10 10 x 3 = 30
= 13
30 + 13 = 43 (1st digit is 3)
10 - 3 = 7•••Check digit
Therefore, data with check character is "49012347".
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ƒ Calculation method of modulus 43
1. Allocate the value indicated in table 1 in each data character in a symbol.
2. Add all the data character and divide by 43.
3. The remainder calculated in clause 2 is the check character shown in Table 1.
Table 1: Character value calculated in Modulus 43
Character
Value
Character
Value
Character
Value
0
0
F
15
U
30
1
1
G
16
V
31
2
2
H
17
W
32
3
3
I
18
X
33
4
4
J
19
Y
34
5
5
K
20
Z
35
6
6
L
21
"
36
7
7
M
22
,
37
8
8
N
23
SPACE
38
9
O
24
$
39
10
P
25
/
40
B
11
Q
26
+
41
C
12
R
27
%
42
D
13
S
28
E
14
T
29
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9
A
[E.g.] When message "CODE39" is indicated in CODE39
C
O
D
E
↓
↓
↓
↓
↓
3
9
↓
↓
Numerical conversion 12 + 24 + 13 + 14 + 38 + 3 + 9 = 113
113 / 43 = 2 Remainder 27 (Character of 27 is R)
R ... Check digit
Therefore, data with check character is "CODE39R".
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ƒ Calculation method of modulus 16
1. Allocate the value indicated in table 2 to the symbol character.
2. Add all the message character (including start/stop character) and divide by 16.
3. When the reminder is 0, check character is 0.
In other cases, take the reminder value from 16 and the result is the check character
value.
4. Result of clause 3 is the check character value shown in table 2.
Table 2: Character value calculated in Modulus 16
Section 6 Explanation of Terms
Character
Value
Character
Value
0
0
•
10
1
1
$
11
2
2
:
12
3
3
/
13
4
4
,
14
5
5
+
15
6
6
A
16
7
7
B
17
8
8
C
18
9
9
D
19
[E.g.] When "A37859B" is indicated in Codabar
A
3
7
8
5
9
B
↓
↓
↓
↓
↓
↓
↓
Numerical conversion 16 + 3 + 7 + 8 + 5 + 9 +17 = 65
65 / 16 = 4 Remainder 1 (Character of 1 is +)
+ ... Check digit
Therefore, data with check character is "A37859B+".
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„ PCS
PCS is an abbreviation of "Print Contrast Signal" and is a value of reflectance ratio of
space (ground color) and a bar indicated in a calculation formula.
PCS can be calculated by the following formula.
RL - RD
PCS =
RL
• RD: Reflection ratio of a bar
• RL: Reflection ratio of ground color (space)
The PCS of this bar code reader is 0.45 or more. (However, ground color reflection
ratio is 85 %.)
When expressing PCS, the above formula only may be a relative value. Ground color
(space) reflection ratio condition is required to specify to recognize as an absolute value.
„ MRD
MRD is an abbreviation of "Minimum Reflectance Difference", indicating contrast of
bars and spaces. MRD can be calculated by the following formula.
MRD = RL - RD
• RD: Reflection ratio of a bar
The MRD of this bar code reader is 32 % or more. (However, ground color reflection
ratio is 85 % or more.)
„ RS/CS control
Control system to communicate data between the bar code reader and the upper
equipment. Data is transmitted while verifying to hardware through RS/CS line
"whether to transmit or not".
„ GS1-128 (Reading specification)
Section 6 Explanation of Terms
• RL: Reflection ratio of ground color (space)
The head of GS1-128 data always starts with "Start code" + "FNC1".
Start
Code
FNC1
Data 1
Fixed
length
EAN start pattern
Data 2
Variable
length
FNC1
Data 3
Variable
length
Check
digit
Stop code
Separator
When "Only GS1-128 reading is allowed (G6)" is set, codes other than this combination
may be read error.
When "All reading allowed including EAN (G5)" is set, CODE128 other than this
combination can be read.
Start pattern of GS1-128 is converted to "C1" (5Dh43h31h in ASCII code) and output.
"FNC1" (separator) indicating data separation is converted to "GS" and output.
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Section 6
Appendix
Corresponding Bar Code List
„ Bar code
ƒ EAN, UPC
Section 6 Corresponding Bar Code List
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ƒ CODE39
ƒ Industrial2of5(STF)
ƒ Codabar(NW-7)
ƒ CODE93
ƒ ITF
ƒ CODE128
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„ GS1 DataBar (RSS)
ƒ GS1 DataBar Omni-directional
ƒ GS1 DataBar Truncated
ƒ GS1 DataBar Stacked
ƒ GS1 DataBar Limited
ƒ GS1 DataBar Expanded
Section 6 Corresponding Bar Code List
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Index
Index
F
Factory default setting
Failed reading
Flow chart
Footer
Frame
Full-time reading
A
ACK/NAK system
AND verification
ASCII code
40, 82
69
130
Bar code
Buzzer
11, 22
75
B
58
73
37
83
72
36
G
GS1 DataBar (RSS)
GS1 DataBar Expanded
GS1 DataBar Limited
GS1 DataBar Omni-directional
GS1 DataBar Stacked
GS1 DataBar Truncated
C
Index
C/D
Check digit
Communication conditions
Communication link unit
Command specification
Connecting cable
Error code
information
LED
Troubleshooting
Communication protocol
Communication speed
Communication time
Consumption current
Continuous reading
Curvature
64
64
80
137
137
137
137
137
137
H
115
127
121
106
106
120
82
80
41
22
36, 70
26
Header
Height
83
11
I
ID connection port
Immediate transmission system
Initial setting
Input circuit
Input command
Installation
114
109
58
31
54
33
L
D
Data length
Decoding failure
DIP-SW
Direct code designation
81
73
109
85
Label
11
79
Label registration
LED
Operation indication lamp of the
106
link unit
21
READ OK
131
Luster scan
E
Effective duration
36
Effective duration designation
36
system
57
End setting
124
External dimension figure
31, 36, 57
External trigger signal
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Machine No.
Margin
Menu sheet
Modulus check
Mounting bracket
Moving direction
MRD
Multi-connection port
Multi-drop
Communication format
Flow chart
109
11
52
132
33
44
135
112
102
105
104
Index
N
S
Narrow bar
No label
No protocol system
Nonprocedural system
Nonvolatile memory
Number of conformance
Number of digits
Number of reading digits
Number of verification
11, 131
73
40, 82
40
57
131
84
22, 74
131
O
Output circuit
Output format
21, 36
36, 70
22
131
64
64
57
81
64
Termination resistance
Test reading
Through
Tilt angle
Timing chart
Transmission procedure
Trigger controlled system
Trigger input method
Trigger reading
Troubleshooting
Communication link unit
Reading
118
48
109
22, 26
41
109
36
36
36
T
32
46
P
81, 131
98
126
135
22, 25
36, 70
72
107, 116
31
31
99
125
40, 82
120
129
U
Upper connection port
110
Index
Parity
PC
Connecting cable
PCS
Pitch angle
Plural reading
Plural reading reset time
Polling
Positive logic
Power supply
Programmable controller
Connecting cable
Protocol
SCAN button
Single reading
Skew angle
Slim bar
ST/SP
Start code
Start setting
Stop bit
Stop code
W
Width
11
R
READ NG output
30
75
READ OK LED
30
READ OK output
77
READ OK signal
25
Reading angle
69
Reading coincidence
46
Reading failed
36, 70
Reading operation
62
Reading permission/prohibition
24
Reading range
Reading rate measurement mode 48
36
Reading system
41
Reading time
45
Reading trigger
70
Reading valid time
21
Reading window
82
Ready/Busy system
135
RS/CS control
36
RS-232C command
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