User Manual
Laser Bar code Scanner
Decoder & Scanner
Programming Manual
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Laser Bar code Scanner Specification
Category
Laser Bar cod Scanner
Light source
650nm-670nm Laser
Accuracy
0.10mm(4mil) PCS0.9
Safety
National Laser Standard Level Ⅱ
Depth of field
Depends on bar code
2.5-600(mm)
resolution
Performance
Scanning angle
Obliquity 45 degrees,Elevation 60 degrees.
Scan Type
Double Single line Scanner
PCS
0.9
Scan rate
200times/sec
Interfaces supported
PS2
-232
PS2,, RS
RS-232
-232,, USB
Bar codes supported
UPC/EAN, UPC/EAN with Supplementals, UCC/EAN 128,
Code 39, Code 39 Full ASCII, Tritanopic Code 39, Code
128, Code 128 Full ASCII, Coda-bar
Coda-bar,, Interleaved 2 of 5,
Discrete 2 of 5, Code 93, MSI, Code 11 , RSS variants,
Chinese 2 of 5
Physical
Electrical
Weight
0.5KG
Color
White & Black
Switch
Rubber Switch
Size L*W*H
mm)
L173*W90*L66
L173*W90*L66(mm)
Materials
ABS+PC
Voltage
+5V
5%
DC
DC+5V
+5V±5%
Static Current
100mA
Operate Current
< 30mA
Operating temperature
0-40
0-40℃
Storage temperature
— 60
-20
-20℃—
60℃
Operating/Storage
-90
5%-90
-90%
humidity
User
environment
Impact resistance
1.8m drop to concrete
Multiple drops onto
Concrete
Certification
FCC/ CE
Environmental
Not affected in normal office/ factory enlighten environment or
Light
outside sunshine
Accessories
Includes attached cable
Warranty
1 year
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How to use bar-code readers rightly:
1. Please keep some angles of inclination
between bar and reader in order to achieve the
best effectiveness.
2. Don’t keep 90 angle between bar and reader, or
the reader can’t scan normally.
3. The bar must be scanned fully, to ensure that
the reader can read rightly.
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Introduction
Bar code devices provide an accurate, easy, and fast method of data entry and
data storage for computerized information systems.
The products we are offering now can be integrated into any host computer
system by the following ways:
Keyboard
Wand
RS-232
Dual RS-232
USB
OTHERS
All the operating parameters are programmed by bar code programming menu
and stored in non-volatile RAM which can retain the settings after power is turn
off.
For the functions which are not listed in this menu, please consult your supplier
for more details.
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Setup from PC keyboard
for KBW/RS232 interface
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Features
* Simple installation, Keyboard Wedge, Serial, Wand Emulation tc.
* Superior keyboard wedge interface-NOVELL compatible-auto Caps
Lock detection ensures that the data always appears on the computer just
the way it is encoded in the bar code
* Simple programming from your keyboard or scan bar codes!
* Over 180 configurable options
* Automatically clones decoders in under 10 seconds_ over 300 decoders
per hour
* Auto detection of the type of computer (PC, XT, AT, PS/2, and X
window terminals with a PC compatible keyboard interface)
* Can be used with or without the keyboard
* Supports over twenty different keyboard country layouts
* Map bar code data to any key on the keyboard
* Supports editing, operations include (Insert, Stripping, Filtering, Convert
Case)
* Programmable preamble, post-amble, and termination strings
* Macro support, replace a string in the bar code with another
* READ/NO_READ indicators (buzzer and LED)
* Superior reading performance Utilizing advanced decoding algorithms
* Extended ASC11 support for Code 128 bar codes
* Low power consumption
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Using The Setup Mode To Configure The Decoder
The decoder can be configured through the use of the computer keyboard. The
decoder must be installed and powered to enter the setup model.
Once the unit is powered up, press and hold the following keys:
Left-Control ,Caps Lock, Right-Shift ,and Backspace1
-orLeft-Control,F2,Right-Shift,and Backspace2
Once you release the keys, the decoder will produce a series of beeps, change the LED to
orange and display a message similar to the following on your display:
F1-F10=Options,Use ARROW KEYS to Toggle/Move ,ESC=Exit
To ensure that you have enough space on your command ling for the decoder options to be
displayed, we recommend that you either have your command prompt located at the root
directory, or that you load an editor with a new file. This will allow the decoder to use most of
the characters on your computer display. For example, in Windows load Windows Write and
in OS/2 load the Notepad program.
★★Note: In addition to using your keyboard to enter Setup Mode, you may scan the bar
code below.
Enter Setup Mode
★★Note: This page is only for KBW interface reader, never execute any action if you are
using RS232 interface reader.
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Setup Category
key
F1
Category
Interface
Options
Transmit Speed
CRTL/Special Char Delay
Wedge Interface
Send Numerics As
Keyboard Country
Output Mode
Serial Baud Rate
Serial Data Bits
Serial Parity
Serial Duplex
Serial Data Format
Inverted Serial Output
Serial Intercharacter Delay
Serial Caps Lock
Serial Num Lock
Wand Emulation Append Mode
Wand Emulation Max Segment Size
Wand Emulation Segment Output Delay
Setup Mode Lockout
F2 Decoders/Scanner
Decoders On/Off
Code 39
UPC/EAN/JAN Supplements
Code 128
Interleaved 2 of 5
Industrial 2 of 5
Codabar
Code93
MSI/Plessey
Code 11
Laser/CCD
Other
F3 Editing
F4 Macrod/Special Keys
F5 Strings
F6 Reserved
F7 Buzzer/LED
F8 Status/Diagnostics
F9 Cloning
F10 Reset All Defaults
Edit#1-Edit#10
Macro #1 – Macro #10 keys
String #1 – String #10
Power Up Beep
Good Read Beep Tone
Beep Duration
No Read LED Delay
LED Power Save Mode
Firmware Version and Release Date
Laser/CCD Scanner Testing
Keyboard Information
Show Scan Codes
Lockout Cloned Reader Setup Mode
Press ENTER To Begin Cloning
Reset All Defaults?
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Editing Keys
For those categories which have more than one option, the UP and DOWN arrow and ENTER keys are
used to move from one option to the next. In addition to the UP and DOWN arrow keys, The CTRL UP
and CTRL DOWN arrow keys are used to move to the bottom and the top of the list. The following is a list
of all specia lediting keys and description of their function.
Key
Left Arrow, Right Arrow
Up & Down Arrow
CTRL Up & Down Arrow
Home & End
ALT Backspace
Description
Toggles through the settings for the current option
Moves from one option to the previous or next within the category or
group
Moves to the top or bottom of the category or group
Moves to the beginning or end of and input field
CTRL+KEYPAD
Toggles the output mode during configuration, between destructive
backspace and non-destructive backspace. Defaults to non-destrutive
backspace
Increases transmit speed during setup
CTRL-KEYPAD
CTRL F7
CTRL F10
Decreases transmit speed during setup
Test the current Beep Tone and Beep Duration
Resets the current option to the default settings
SHIFT F10
ALT F10
CTRL+ Escape
If you are in a category with groups (F2-F5), SHIFT F10 resets the
current group. If you are in a category without groups (F1, F7 – F10),
SHIFT F10 resets the entire category
Resets all options in current category to default settings
Exit configuration, saving changs ( Permanent )
SHIFT+ Escape
Exit configuration, saving changes ( Temporary )
ATL +Escape
Exit cofiguration, without saving changs
★★Note: If you experience some character loss during setup, you may press the CTRL- ( Keypad Minus)
key to slow character transmission. To speed up character transmission, press the CTRL- (Keypad Plus )
key
★★Note: After 5 minutes of inactivity ( no key presses ) the decoder will exit setup mode and save all
changes
The following sections document all of the setup mode categories and the groups and individual options
within each category. Next to the option name is the default setting for the option. In addition to the default
setting, the keys that are used for editing are listed to the right of the option name. The meaning of each
of the key icons is as follows:
Key Lcon
← →
ALT
A S C I I
GROUP
Meaning
The left and right arrow keys scroll through available settings for the option
An ALT keypad sequence may be used to enter characters for the setting
All ASCII data is valid for the option, All characters are available for entry into the field
Used to indicate that the option represents a group of sub-options. The left and right
arrows scroll through the list of option groups. After selecting the option group, up and
down arrows are used to configure the sub-options
Used to indicate that the option represents an edit operation and that all of the options
listed below it are specific to that operation until the next operation is defined
STRING TYPE Used to indicate that the option represents a string type and that all of the options listed
below it are apecific to that type of string until the next string type is defined
For more detail explanation , please refer to our manual – ADA6K989
OPERATION
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Multiscan Functions-1
OUTPUT FIRMWARE VERSION
RESET CONFIGURATION TO DEFAULTS
OUTPUT MODE
OUTPUT MODE-KEYBOARD WEDGE
OUTPUT MODE-SERIAL
OUTPUT MODE-WAND EMULATION
OUTPUT MODE-RESET
BUZZER/LED
GOOD READ BEEP TONE-NONE
GOOD READ BEEP TONE-RESET
GOOD READ BEEP TONE-MEDIUM
GOOD READ BEEP TONE-ENABLE
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Multiscan Functions-2
IMAGE
DECODE OPTIONS REVERSE IMAGE-ENABLE
DECODE OPTIONS REVERSE IMAGE- DISABLE
CODE ID
DECODE OPTIONS SEND BAR CODE ID- DISABLE
DECODE OPTIONS SEND BAR CODE ID-AS A PREFIX
DECODE OPTIONS SEND BAR CODE ID-RESET
DECODE OPTIONS SEND BAR CODE ID- AS A PREFIX
READING MODE
LASER/CCD MODE- SINGLE SCAN
LASER/CCD MODE- SINGLE SCAN NO TRIGGER
LASER/CCD MODE- MULTI SCAN
LASER/CCD MODE- MULTI SCAN NO TRIGGER
LASER/CCD MODE- CONTINUOUS SCAN
LASER/CCD MODE- PULSE
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Interface – KBW
PC Communication
WEDGE MODE- AUTODETECT
WEDGE MODE – SCAN SET 2 PASS THRU
Transmit Speed
TRANSMIT SPEED-0
TRANSMIT SPEED-25
LANGUAGE
KEYBOARD COUNTRY- USA
KEYBOARD COUNTRY- FRANCE
KEYBOARD COUNTRY- GERMAN
KEYBOARD COUNTRY- UNIVERSAL
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Interface- Serial- 1
BAUD RATE
SERIAL BAUD RATE-2400
SERIAL BAUD RATE- 4800
SERIAL BAUD RATE- 9600
SERIAL BAUD RATE- 19200
HAND SHAKE
SERIAL HANDSHAKE – NONE
SERIAL HANDSHAKE – XON/OFF
SERIAL HANDSHAKE - RTS/CTS
SERIAL HANDSHAKE - ACK/NAK
SERIAL HANDSHAKE TIMEOUT- 2 SECONDS
SERIAL HANDSHAKE - 5 SECOND
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Interface- Serial- 2
PARAMETERS
SERIAL DATA BITS – 8
SERIAL DATA BITS - 7
STOP BITS
SERIAL STOP BITS – 1
SERIAL STOP BITS – 2
PARITY
SERIAL PARITY – NONE
SERIAL PARITY – ODD
SERIAL PARITY – EVEN
SERIAL PARITY – MARK
SERIAL PARITY – SPACE
SERIAL PARITY – RESET
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Interface - WAND
CODE 128 WAND EMULATION – ENABLE
CODE 128 WAND EMULATION - DISABLE
SPEED
WAND EMULATION SPEED – FASTEST (0 )
WAND EMULATION SPEED – SLOWEST (3 )
BAR LEVEL
WAND EMULATION- BAR =1 (HIGH)
WAND EMULATION- BAR =0 (LOW)
CODE 11
CODE 11 – ENABLE
CODE 11 - DISABLE
CODE 39
CODE 39 – ENABLE
CODE 39 - DISABLE
FULL ASCⅡ– ENABLE
FULL ASCⅡ - DISABLE
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Symbologies On/Off – 1
CODE 93
CODE 93 – ENABLE
CODE 93 - DISABLE
CODE 128 – ENABLE
CODE 128 - DISABLE
CODE 128 ISBT – ENABLE
CODE 128 ISBT - DISABLE
ABAR
COD
CODA
CODABAR – ENABLE
CODABAR - DISABLE
INTERLEAVED 2 OF 5
I2OF5 – ENABLE
I2OF5 - DISABLE
INDUSTRIAL 2 OF 5
ID2OF5 – ENABLE
ID2OF5 - DISABLE
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Symbologies On/Off - 2
MSI/PLESSEY
MSI – ENABLE
MSI - DISABLE
UPC/EAN
UPC- A ENABLE
UPC- A DISABLE
UPC-E ENABLE
UPC- E DISABLE
EAN—13 ENABLE
EAN—13
DISABLE
EAN—8 ENABLE
EAN—8
DISABLE
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Symbologies Set Up – 1
CODE 11
CODE 11 ID CHARACTER – ‘m’
CODE 11 ID CHARACTER – ‘z’
CODE 11 LASER/CCD REDUNDANCY- ENABLE
CODE 11 LASER/CCD REDUNDANCY- DISABLE
CODE 39
CODE 39 SS CHAR – NONE
CODE 39 SEND START/STOP CHARS ENABLE
CODE 39 ID CHARACTER ‘a’
CODE 39 LASER/CCD REDUNDANCY ENABLE
CODE 39 SS CHAR‘+’
CODE 39 SEND START/STOP CHARS DISABLE
CODE 39 ID CHARACTER ‘z’
CODE 39 LASER/CCD REDUNDANCY DISABLE
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Symbologies Set Up – 2
CODE 93
CODE 93 ID CHARACTER – ‘h’
CODE 93 ID CHARACTER – ‘z’
CODE 93 LASER/CCD REDUNDANCY- ENABLE
CODE 93 LASER/CCD REDUNDANCY- DISABLE
CODE 128
CODE 128 ID CHARACTER – ‘g’
CODE 128 ID CHARACTER – ‘z’
CODE128 LASER/CCD REDUNDANCY- ENABLE
CODE128 LASER/CCD REDUNDANCY- DISABLE
ABAR
COD
CODA
CODABAR SEND START/STOP CHARS ENABLE
CODABAR WIDE GAPS ALLOWED ENABLE
CODABAR SEND START/STOP CHARS DISNABLE
CODABAR WIDE GAPS ALLOWED DISABLE
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Symbologies Set Up – 3
ABAR
CODA
COD
CODABAR ID CHARACTER – ‘k’
CODABAR ID CHARACTER – ‘z’
CODABAR LASER/CCD REDUNDANCY- ENABLE
CODABAR LASER/CCD REDUNDANCY- DISABLE
Interleaved 2 of 5
I2OF5 ID CHARACTER – ‘k’
I2OF5 CHARACTER – ‘z’
I2OF2
I2OF5
LASER/CCD REDUNDANCY- ENABLE
LASER/CCD REDUNDANCY- DISABLE
Industrial 2 of 5
ID2OF5 ID CHARACTER – ‘k’
ID2OF5 CHARACTER – ‘z’
ID2OF2
ID2OF5
LASER/CCD REDUNDANCY- ENABLE
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LASER/CCD REDUNDANCY- DISABLE
Symbologies Set Up – 4
MSI/PLESSEY
MSI ISBN ID CHARACTER – ‘f’
MSI ISBN ID CHARACTER – ‘z’
0053f
0053z
MSI LASER/CCD REDUNDANCY – ENABLE
MSI LASER/CCD REDUNDANCY – DISABLE
UPC/EAN
EXPAND UPC- E TO UPC- A ENABLE
EXPAND UPC- E TO UPC- A DISABLE
EXPAND UPC- A TO EAN- 13 ENABLE
EXPAND UPC- A TO EAN- 13 DISABLE
CONVERT EAN- 13 TO ISBN ENABLE
CONVERT EAN- 13 TO ISBN DISABLE
UPC- A ID CHARACTER- b
UPC- A ID CHARACTER- z
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Symbologies Set Up –5
UPC/EAN
UPC- E ID CHARACTER- c
UPC- E ID CHARACTER- z
EAN-13 ID CHARACTER- e
EAN-13 ID CHARACTER- z
EAN-8 ID CHARACTER- d
EAN-8 ID CHARACTER- z
ISBN ID CHARACTER- f
ISBN ID CHARACTER- z
UPC/EAN SUPPLEMENTS- DISABLE
UPC/EAN SUPPLEMENTS- 5 DIGIT ONLY
UPC/EAN SUPPLEMENTS- 2 DIGIT ONLY
UPC/EAN SUPPLEMENTS- 2 & 5 DIGIT ONLY
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Symbologies Set Up – 6
UPC/EAN
UPC/ENA LASER/CCD REDUNDANCY ENABLE
UPC/ENA LASER/CCD REDUNDANCY DISABLE
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EDIT SETU BAR CODES
EDIT#1 – STRIP 1 LEANDING CHARACTER ON
ALL BAR CODES THAT START WITH ‘12345’
EDIT#1 - OFF
EDIT#2 – STRIP 1 TRAILING CHARACTER
EDIT#2 - OFF
EDIT #1 – FILTER LEADING SPACES
EDIT#1 - OFF
EDIT #1 – FILTER TRAILING SPACES
EDIT#1 - OFF
EDIT – FILTER ALL ‘Ц’CHARACTERS
EDIT –DISABLE FILTER OF ALL‘Ц’CHARS
EDIT – INSERT LEADING ZERO
EDIT – DISABLE INSERT LEADING ZERO
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MACRO/SPECIAL KEYS SETUP BAR CODES
MACRO #1 – FIND ‘1’ AND REPLACE WITH ‘ONE’
MACRO #1 - DISABLED
MACRO #2 – FIND ‘2’ AND REPLACE WITH ‘TWO’
FOR CODE 39 ONLY
MACRO – FIND ‘0’ AND REPLACE WITH ‘A’
MACRO – FIND ‘0’ AND REPLACE WITH ‘A’ - DISABLE
SPECIAL KEY – MAP F3 TO ‘0’
SPECIAL KEY – MAP KEYPAD ENTER TO ‘2’
MACRO #2– DISABLED
SPECIAL KEY – DISABLE F3 KEY MAPPING
SPECIAL KEY – DISABLE KEYPAD ENTER MAPPING
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TERMINATION STRING SETUP BAR CODES
STRING #1 – TERMINATION CHAR – CR
STRING #1 – TERMINATION - LF
STRING #1 – TERMINATION CR+LF
STRING #1 – DISABLE
STRING #2 – CODE 128 TERMINATION CHAR – CR
STRING #2 – CODE128 TERMINATION CHAR - LF
STRING #2 – CODE 128 TERMINATION CHAR – CR+LF
STRING – CODE 39 TERMINATION CHAR – TAB
STRING #2 – CODE128 TERMINATION CHAR - REMOVED
STRING – CODE 39 TERMINATION CHAR – TAB-REMOVED
STRING- ALL CODES PREAMBLE – STX
STRING – ALL CODES POSTAMBLE - ETX
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A
DISPLAY DECODER FIRMWARE NUMBER
B
RESET DECODER OR OPTION TO DEFAULT SETTINGS
C
ENTER KEYBOARD PROGRAMMING MODE- ONLY WHEN IN KEYBOARD WEDGE MODE
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OPTION NUMBERS AND DESCRIPTIONS
;F1- INTERFACE OPTIONS
OPTION
NUMBER
DESCRIPTION
TYPE
MIN
MAX
DEFAULT
000
KEYBOARD WEDGE TRANSMIT SPEED
BYTE
0
99
0-FASTEST
001
002
003
SPECIAL CHAR TRANSMIT DELAY
BYIE
4BIT
BIT
0
0
0
255
6
1
50-(MSECS)
0
0
1
25
0-MAIN KBD KEYS
KEYBOARD COUNTER
BIT
BYIE
006
DECODER OUTPUT MODE
4BIT
0
2
0- KEYBRD WEDGE
007
SERIAL BAUD RATE
4BIT
0
7
5-(9600)
008
009
SERIAL DATA BITS
0
0
1
1
1-8 BITS
SERIAL STOP BITS
BIT
BIT
0-1STOP BIT
010
SERIAL PARITY
4BIT
0
4
0-NONE
BYIE
4BIT
0
0
50
3
0-(MSECS)
0
0
100
1
20-(1SECONDS)
004
005
KEYBOARD WEDGE MODE
AUTO-DETECT CAPS LOCK
NUMERIC KEY OUTPUT MODE
0-(AUTODETECT)
0-(AUTODETECT)
0-(USA)
011
012
SERIAL INTERCHARACTER DELAY
013
014
SERIAL HANDSHAKE TIMEOUT
CODE 128 WAND EMULATION
BYIE
4BIT
015
WAND EMULATION OUTPUT SPEED
4BIT
0
3
2-SLOW
016
WAND EMULATION BAR MODE
BIT
0
1
1-(BAR =1)
BIT
0
1
SERIAL HANDSHAKE
017
018
RESERVED
019
020
RESERVED
021
MODE
0-NONE
0-(DISABLED)
RESERVED
RESERVED
PROGRAM MODE LOCKOUT
0-DISABLED
;F2-Code39 OPTIONS
OPTION
NUMBER
022
DESCRIPTION
Code39 DECODER
TYPE
BIT
MIN
0
MAX
1
DEFAULT
1-ENABLED
023
FULL ASCII
BIT
0
1
0-DISABLED
024
025
MODULO 43 CHECK DIGIT
SEND CHECK DIGIT
BIT
BIT
0
0
1
1
0-DISABLED
0-DISABLED
026
027
028
APPEND MODE
SECONDARY START/STOP CHARS
SEND START/STOP CHARS
BIT
4BIT
BIT
0
0
0
1
1
1
0-DISABLED
0-NONE
0-DISABLED
029
030
031
MAXIMUM LENGTH
MINIMUM LENGTH
ID CHARACTER
BYTE
BYTE
CHAR
0
0
1
49
49
1
49
0
‘a’
032
033
CONTROL CHARACTER OVERRIDE
LASER/CCD REDUNDANCY
BIT
BIT
0
0
1
1
0-DISABLED
0-DISABLED
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;F2-UPC/EAN OPTIONS
OPTION
NUMBER
034
DESCRIPTION
UPC-A DECODER
TYPE
BIT
MIN
0
MAX
1
DEFAULT
1-ENABLED
035
036
037
UPC-E DECODER
EAN/JAN-13 DECODER
EAN/JAN-8 DECODER
BIT
BIT
BIT
0
0
0
1
1
1
1- ENABLED
1- ENABLED
1- ENABLED
038
039
040
EXPAND UPC-E TO UPC-A
EXPAND UPC-A TO ENA-13
SEND UPC-A SYSTEM CHAR
BIT
BIT
BIT
0
0
0
1
1
1
0-DISABLED
0-DISABLED
1- ENABLED
041
SEND UPC-E SYSTEM CHAR
BIT
0
1
1- ENABLED
042
SEND UPC-A CHECK DIGIT
BIT
0
1
1- ENABLED
043
044
045
SEND UPC-E CHECK DIGIT
SEND EAN-13 COUNTRY CODE
SEND EAN-8 COUNTRY CODE
BIT
BIT
BIT
0
0
0
1
1
1
1- ENABLED
1- ENABLED
1- ENABLED
046
047
SEND EAN-13 CHECK DIGIT
SEND EAN-8 CHECK DIGIT
BIT
BIT
0
0
1
1
1- ENABLED
1- ENABLED
048
049
050
CONVERT EAN-13 TO ISBN
UPC-A ID CHARACTER
UPC-E ID CHARACTER
BIT
CHAR
CHAR
0
1
1
1
1
1
0-DISABLED
‘b’
‘c’
051
052
EAN-13 ID CHARACTER
EAN-8 ID CHARACTER
CHAR
CHAR
1
1
1
1
‘e’
‘d’
053
054
ISBN ID CHARACTER
LASER/CCD REDUNDANCY
CHAR
BIT
1
0
1
1
‘f’
0-DISABLED
;F2UPC/EAN OPTIONS
OPTION
DESCRIPTION
NUMBER
055
UPC/EAN SUPPLEMENTS DECODER
TYPE
2BIT
MIN
0
MAX
3
DEFAULT
0-DISABLED
056
057
058
UPC-A SUPPLEMENTS
UPC-E SUPPLEMENTS
EAN-13 SUPPLEMENTS
2BIT
2BIT
2BIT
0
0
0
2
2
2
1-OPTIONAL
1-OPTIONAL
1-OPTIONAL
059
EAN-8 SUPPLEMENTS
2BIT
0
2
1-OPTIONAL
060
ISBN SUPPLEMENTS
2BIT
0
2
1-OPTIONAL
061
SUPPLEMENTS SEPARTOR
STRING
0
9
NONE
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;F2CODE-93 OPTONS
OPTION
NUMBER
062
063
064
065
066
067
068
DESCRIPTION
Code 93 DECODER
APPEND MODE
MAXIMUM LENGTH
MINIMUM LENGTH
ID CHARACTER
CONTROL CHARACTER OVERRIDE
LASER/CCD REDUNDANCY
TYPE
BIT
MIN
0
MAX
1
DEFAULT
1-ENABLED
BIT
BYTE
BYTE
0
0
0
1
81
81
0-DISABLED
81
0
CHAR
BIT
BIT
1
0
0
1
1
1
‘h’
0-DISABLED
0-DISABLED
;F2 CODE 128 OPTIONS
OPTION
NUMBER
DESCRIPTION
TYPE
MIN
MAX
DEFAULT
069
070
071
CODE128 DECODER
ISBT DECODER
ISBT CONCATENATION PAIRS
BIT
BIT
STRING
0
0
0
1
1
4
1-ENABLED
0-DISABLED
NONE
072
073
ISBT PART #1PART
ISBT PART #2
STRING
STRING
0
0
4
4
NONE
NONE
074
075
076
ISBT PART #3
ISBT PART #4
ISBT PART #5
STRING
STRING
STRING
0
0
0
4
4
4
NONE
NONE
NONE
ISBT PART #6
STRING
FIELD SEPARATOR CHARACTER CHAR
0
1
4
1
NONE
01DH(ASCII ‘GS’)
0
0
1
164
164
1
164
0
‘g’
0
0
3
1
NONE
0-DISABLED
0
1
0-DISABLED
077
078
079
080
081
MAXIMUM LENGTH
082
083
UCC/EAN OUTPUT PREFIX
084
MINIMUM LENGTH
ID CHARACTER
BYTE
BYTE
CHAR
SRTING
CONTROL CHARACTER OVERRIDE
BIT
LASER/CCD REDUNDANCY
BIT
;F2 CODABAR OPTIONS
OPTION
NUMBER
DESCRIPTION
TYPE
MIN
MAX
DEFAULT
085
086
087
CODABAR DECODER
SEND START/STOP CHARACTERS
CHECK DIGIT
BYTE
2BIT
2BIT
0
0
0
1
3
2
1—ENABLED
0-DISABLED
0-DISABLED
088
SEND CHECK DIGIT
BIT
0
1
0-DISABLED
089
CLSL FORMATTING
BIT
0
1
0-DISABLED
090
091
WIDE INTERCHARACTER GAPS
ABC CONCATENATION
BIT
BIT
0
0
1
1
0-DISABLED
0-DISABLED
092
MAXIMUM LENGTH
BYTE
1
62
62
093
094
MINIMUM LENGTH
ID CHARACTER
BYTE
CHAR
1
1
62
1
1
‘k’
095
LASER/CCD REDUNDANCY
BIT
0
1
0-DISABLED
30
;F2- INTERLEAVED 2 OF 5 OPTIONS
OPTION
NUMBER
096
DESCRIPTION
I 2 of 5 DECODER
TYPE
BIT
MIN
0
MAX
1
DEFAULT
1-ENABLED
097
098
099
CHECK DIGIT
SEND CHECK DIGIT
BIT
BIT
BYTE
0
0
0
2
1
100
0-DISABLED
0-DISABLED
100
100
101
102
MINIMUM LENGTH
FIXED LENGTH
FIXED LENGTH SIZE#1
BYTE
BIT
BYTE
0
0
2
100
1
100
0
0-DISABLED
6
103
FIXED LENGTH SIZE#2
BYTE
2
100
14
104
ID CHARACTER
CHAR
1
1
‘i’
105
LASER/CCD REDUNDANCY
BIT
0
1
1-ENABLED
MAXIMUM LENGTH
;F2- INDUSTRIAL 2 OF 5 OPTIONS
OPTION
NUMBER
DESCRIPTION
TYPE
MIN
MAX
DEFAULT
106
107
INDUSTRIAL 2 OF 5 DECODER
START/STOP CHARACTERS
BIT
BIT
0
0
1
1
1-ENABLED
0-3 BAR START/STOP
108
MAXIMUM LENGTH
BYTE
2
49
49
109
110
111
MINIMUM LENGTH
BYTE
BIT
BYTE
2
0
2
49
1
49
2
2
1
49
1
‘i’
1
1-ENABLED
FIXED LENGTH
FIXED LENGTH SIZE#1
112
113
FIXED LENGTH SIZE#2
ID CHARACTER
BYTE
CHAR
114
LASER/CCD REDUNDANCY
BIT
0
0-DISABLED
6
10
;F2-MSI OPTIONS
OPTION
NUMBER
DESCRIPTION
TYPE
MIN
MAX
DEFAULT
115
116
MSI DECODER
CHECK DIGIT
BIT
2BIT
0
0
1
2
1-ENABLED
0-MOD 10
117
118
SEND CHECK DIGIT
ISBN DECODER
2BIT
BIT
0
0
2
1
0-DISABLED
0-DISABLED
119
120
MAXIMUM LENGTH
MINIMUM LENGTH
BYTE
BYTE
3
3
63
63
63
3
121
FIXED LENGTH
BIT
0
3
0-DISABLED
122
123
FIXED LENGTH SIZE#1
FIXED LENGTH SIZE#2
BYTE
BYTE
3
3
63
63
6
14
124
053
125
MAXIMUM LENGTH
ISBN ID CHARACTER
LASER/CCD REDUNDANCY
CHAR
1
1
‘I’
USES SAME ID AS ISBN IN UPC/EAN
BIT
0
1
1-ENABLED
31
;F2 CODE 11 OPTIONS
OPTION
NUMBER
DESCRIPTION
TYPE
MIN
MAX
DEFAULT
126
CODE 11 DECODER
BIT
0
1
1-ENABLED
127
CHECK DIGIT
BIT
0
1
0-MOD 11
128
SEND CHECK DIGIT
2BIT
0
2
0-DISABLED
129
MAXIMUM LENGTH
BYTE
2
83
83
130
MINIMUM LENGTH
BYTE
2
83
2
131
ID CHARACTER
CHAR
1
1
‘M’
132
LASER/CCD REDUNDANCY
BIT
0
1
0-DISABLED
;F2 – LASER/CCD OPTIONS
OPTION
NUMBER
DESCRIPTION
TYPE
MIN
MAX
DEFAULT
133
OPERATING MODE
4BIT
0
5
0-SINGLE SCAN
134
TIMEOUT
BYTE
1
12
2-(2 SECOND)
135
PULES RATE
4BIT
2
7
3
136
PULES TO CONTINUOUS THRESHOLD
BYTE
0
255
0- OFF
137
DUPLICATE READ DELAY
BYTE
0
127
5-(5 SECOND)
;F2 – OTHER DECODING OPTIONS
OPTION
NUMBER
DESCRIPTION
TYPE
MIN
MAX
DEFAULT
138
QUIET ZONES ( MARGINS )
BIT
0
1
1-LARGE
139
REVERSE IMAGE DECODING
BIT
0
1
0-DISABLED
140
SEND BAR CODE TYPE ID
BIT
0
1
0-DISABLED
;F7- DEFINE THE BUZZER AND LED OPTIONS
OPTION
NUMBER
DESCRIPTION
TYPE
MIN
MAX
DEFAULT
141
POWER UP BEEP
BIT
0
1
1- ENABLED
142
GOOD READ BEEP TONE 4BIT
4BIT
0
5
2- MEDIUM
143
GOOD READ BEEP DURATION
BYTE
0
2
1- MEDIUM
144
NO READ LED DELAY
BYTE
0
65
20-(2SECONDS)
145
LED POWER SAVE MODEBIT
BIT
0
1
0-DISABLED
32
;F4- DEFINE THE MACRO KEY MAPPING OPTIONS – MAP THE KEY TO A CHARACTER THAT CAN
BE PRODUCED IN A BAR CODE SO THAT WHEN THE BAR CODE IS SCANNED – THE SPECIAL KEY
IS OUTPUT.
NUMBER
DESCRIPTION
160
161
162
F1 MACRO
F2 MACRO
F3 MACRO
163
164
165
OPTION
TYPE
MIN
MAX
DEFAULT
BYTE
BYTE
BYTE
0
0
0
255
255
255
255- OFF
255- OFF
255- OFF
F4 MACRO
F5 MACRO
F6 MACRO
BYTE
BYTE
BYTE
0
0
0
255
255
255
255- OFF
255- OFF
255- OFF
166
167
F7 MACRO
F8 MACRO
BYTE
BYTE
0
0
255
255
255- OFF
255- OFF
168
169
170
F9 MACRO
F10 MACRO
F11 MACRO
BYTE
BYTE
BYTE
0
0
0
255
255
255
255- OFF
255- OFF
255- OFF
171
172
F12 MACRO
INSERT KEY MACRO
BYTE
BYTE
0
0
255
255
255- OFF
255- OFF
173
174
175
DELETE KEY MACRO
HOME KEY MACRO
END KEY MACRO
BYTE
BYTE
BYTE
0
0
0
255
255
255
255- OFF
255- OFF
255- OFF
176
177
PAGE UP KEY MACRO
PAGE DOW KEY MACRO
BYTE
BYTE
0
0
255
255
255- OFF
255- OFF
178
179
180
LEFT ARROW KEY MACRO
RIGHT ARROW KEY MACRO
UP ARROW KEY MACRO
BYTE
BYTE
BYTE
0
0
0
255
255
255
255- OFF
255- OFF
255- OFF
181
182
DOWN ARROW KEY MACRO
KEY PAD ENTER KEY MACRO
BYTE
BYTE
0
0
255
255
255- OFF
255- OFF
183
184
185
ALT KEY MAKE MACRO
ALT KEY BREAK MACRO
CTRL KEY MAKE MACRO BYTE
BYTE
BYTE
BYTE
0
0
0
255
255
255
255- OFF
255- OFF
255- OFF
186
187
CTRL KEY BREAK MACRO
SHIFT KEY MAKE MACRO
BYTE
BYTE
0
0
255
255
255- OFF
255- OFF
188
SHIFT KEY BREAK MACRO
BYTE
0
255
255- OFF
33
;F3- EDIT SETUP BAR CODE
NUMBER
DESCRIPTION
200
EDIT OPTION
OPTION
TYPE
MIN
MAX
DEFAULT
SEE BELOW
DISABLED
EDIT BAR CODE DATA FORMAT
2 DIGIT EDIT # (00-10)
00— WILL AUTOMATICALLY SELECT THE FIRST AVAILABLE EDIT #
2 DIGIT EDIT TYPE(1—9)
00— OFF
01— STRIP LEADING CHARACTERS
02— STRIP TRAILING CHARACTERS
03—FILTER LEADING CHARACTERS
04— FILTER LEADING CHARACTERS
05— FILTER CHARACTERS
06— INSERT LEADING CHARACTER
07— INSERT TRAILING CHARACTER
08— CONVERT TO UPPERCASE
09— CONVERT TO LOWERCASE
2 DIGIT ACTIVE FOR TYPE
(00—14)
00— ALL BAR CODE TYPES
01— ALL BAR CODE TYPES ALWAYS
02—CODE 39
03—UPC—A
04—UPC—E
05—EAN—13
06—EAN—8
07—ISBN
08—CODE 128
09—I 2OF5
10—CODABAR
11—CODE93
12—MSI
13—CODE11
14— INDUSTRIAL 2 OF 5
2 DIGIT ACTIVE FOR SIZE
(00—99)
3 DIGIT BYTE 1 VALUE
3 DIGIT BYTE 2 VALUE
3 DIGIT BYTE 3 VALUE
3DIGIT CONTAINS OFFSET
000—255
000= START CHARACTER+0
255= END CHARACTER -0
5 CHARACTER CONTAINS STRING – UP TO 5 CHARS
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;F4- MACRO SETUP BAR CODE
OPTION
NUMBER
201
DESCRIPTION
MACRO OPTION
TYPE
SEE BELLOW
MIN
MAX
DEFAULT
MACRO BAR CODE DATA FORMAT
2 DIGIT MACRO # ( 00 –10 )
00- WILL AUTOMATICALLY SELECT THE FIRST
AVAILABLE MACRO#
2 DIGIT ACTIVE FOR TYPE(00-15)
00- NONE
01- ALL BAR CODE TYPES
02- ALL BAR CODE TYPES ALWAYS
03-CODE 39
04-UPC-A
05-UPC-E
06-EAN-13
07-EAN-8
08-ISBN
09-CODE 128
10- I2 OF 5
11-CODABAR
12-CODE-93
13-MSI
14-CODE 11
15- INDUSTRIAL 2 OF 5
2 DIGIT FIND TEXT SIZE – HOW MANY CHARS LONG
MACRO FIND TEXT – UP TO 15 CHARACTERS LONG
MACRO REPLACE TEXT – UP TO 15 CHARACTERS LONG
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;F5- STRING SETUP BAR CODE
OPTION
NUMBER
202
DESCRIPTION
TYPE
STRING OPTION
MIN
MAX
SEE BELOW
DEFAULT
$0D(CR)
STRING BAR CODE DATA FORMAT
2 DIGIT STRING#(00-10)
00- WILL AUTOMATICALLY SELECT THE FIRST
AVAILABLE STRING#
1 DIGIT STRING TYPE(0-3)
0- OFF
1- TERMINATION
2- PREAMBLE
3- POSTAMBLE
2 DIGIT ACTIVE FOR TYPE (00-14)
00- ALL BAR CODE TYPES
01- ALL BAR CODE TYPES ALWAYS
02-CODE 39
03-UPC-A
04-UPC-E
05-EAN-13
06-EAN-8
07-ISBN
08-CODE 128
09-I2OF5
10-CODABAR
11-CODE 93
12-MSI
13-CODE 11
14- INDUSTRIAL 2 OF 5
1 DIGIT SCAN DIRECTION(0-2)
0- ANY DIRECTION SCAN
1- FORWARD SCAN
2- REVERSE SCAN
30 CHARACTER STRING TEXT – UP TO 30 CHARACTERS
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Appendices
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Appendix – A Special characters
Special characters Table
The Special Characters Table is a list of all of the characters that can be entered with the S
special character designator. The S special character can be used in any of the string inputs in
the decoder. Locate the key that you want to embed and enter the value in the Hex column of
the table.
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Appendix – B ALT Keypad Table
ALT Keypad Table
The # designator is used to output any character value between 1 and 255. The following table
shows the keypad sequence sent to the computer for the # sequence entered. The actual
character displayed will depend upon on the software running and the country setting of your
computer. In some cases, no actual character is displayed.
★★Note:
The char #00 cannot be output as an ALT keypad character.
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Appendix- C Decoder Pinouts and Specifications
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Appndix – D Troubleshooting and Error Beeps
Problem: My computer beeps and some of my bar code data is missing.
Cause: The decoder’s transmit speed is too fast.
Solution: Slow down the decoder’s transmit speed.
Problem: Some of the characters of my bar code are garbled or incorrect.
Cause: The decoder’s Keyboard Country setting does not match the computer’s keyboard setup.
Solution: Set the decoder’s Keyboard Country to the same setting as the keyboard on
your computer.
Problem: My bar code cannot be read by the decoder.
Cause 1: The decoder for the bar code you are attempting to read is turned off.
Solution: Enter Setup Mode using the CTRL+F2+SHIFT+BACKSPACE key sequence , press F2,
select the DECODERS ON/OFF group, cursor down each decoder and set it to on. Press
CTRL+ESC to exit configuration and save changes and attempt to read the barcode . You
may also use the Bar Code Type ID to determine the type of the barcode that was just
read.
Cause 2: Your bar code is possible encoded incorrectly.
Solution: Call technical support for assistance.
Cause 3 : The decoder is damaged or is no longer functioning.
Solution : Call technical support for assiatance.
Problem: My computer gets a keyboard error while booting up.
Cause: The decoder is damaged or is no longer functioning.
Solution: Disconnect the decoder from your computer and use your keyboard only. Reboot your
computer.If your computer still gets a keyboard error, then the problem may not be the
decoder . Call technical support for assistance.
Problem: My Caps Lock LED on my keyboard flickers when I read a bar code.
Cause: The Keyboard Country that you are using requires shifting in and out of the Shift Lock
mode to send the data properly.
Solution: This is normal operation. You can reduce the flickering and speed the data transmit by
sending numerics as keypad numerics, or setting the Keyboard Country to UNIVERSAL
mode.
Problem: I can’t activate the Setup Mode on the decoder.
Cause 1: The decoder is currently configured to lockout the Setup Mode after a bar code is read.
Solution: Turn the power off and then back on to your computer, and reenter the Setup
Mode before reading any bar codes.。
Cause 2: The keyboard that you are using does not work properly when you hold down the
Left- Control and Caps Lock keys
Solution: Use the alternate programming key sequence: Left – Control, F2, Right – Shift,
and Backspace.
Problem: The decoder beeps , but no data is displayed on my computer.
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Cause: The decoder is set to strip the same number of characters as there are in your bar
code.
Solution: Reconfigure the decoder to not strip characters from the bar code.
OR
Cause: The decoder is configured to send the numeric data as KEYPAD NUMERICS, or
the Keyboard Country setting is set to UNIVERSAL
Solution: Reconfigure the decoder to Send Numerics As MAIN KEYBOARD KEYS and
set the Keyboard Country setting to the country setting of your computer.
Problem: My programmable keyboard fails to program when the decoder is installed.
Cause: The decoder responds to vaild keyboard commands from the computer. Most
programmable Keyboard software programs send characters to the keyboard that
are not vaild commands,
Solution: Remove the decoder from the computer before programming your keyboard.
Problem: When I connected RS232 interface reader to PC, I could not get power up
signal.
Cause: There is no power from PC series port
Solution: Use external power supply or take the power from PC.
Problem: When I connected RS232 interface reader to PC or terminal, I got power up signal
but no data transmitted.
Cause: This may cause by wrong pin out or wrong communication protocol.
Solution: Check the pin out and communication protocol to match the PC or terminal you
are using.
Problem: I can not find the bar code label I need.
Cause: There are more than hundreds of bar codes need to be printed. All the bar code
shows on this manual only the most common ones.
Solution: Follow the Bar Code Formats and print what you need.
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