CR3500 as a USB Keyboard
CR3500 as a PS/2 Keyboard
1.
Attach the USB cable (Figure 5 for cable types) to the CR3500.
1.
Power off the computer. If you disconnect the computer’s keyboard
while it is powered on, your computer will lock up.
2.
Connect the USB cable to a USB port (Figure 6) on the computer.
There is no need to power off the computer.
2.
Attach the PS/2 cable (see Figure 5 for cable types) to the CR3500.
3.
Once properly connected, the CR3500 will power on and beep.
3.
4.
Scan the following code for USB Keyboard mode:
If you have a cabled keyboard, detach the keyboard cable from
the computer and connect that same connector to the female
connection on the CR3500 PS/2 cable (Figure 7).
4.
Now connect the male CR3500 PS/2 connector into the keyboard
port on the computer (Figure 8).
Figure 5
USB Keyboard Factory Reset
All other USB settings (including Virtual COM settings) may be found in the CR3500 User Manual
5. Scan the Save Settings code (M188_02) on page 3.
Power on the computer. The CR3500 is powered by the PS/2 port and does not require a
power supply.
6.
Once properly connected, the CR3500 will power on and beep.
7.
Scan the following code for PS/2 Keyboard mode:
PS/2 Keyboard Factory Reset
CR3500 as a RS-232 (Serial)
1.
Attach the RS-232 cable (see Figure 5 for cable types) to the CR3500.
2.
Connect the RS-232 cable to a serial port on the computer. There is no need to power off
the computer.
3.
The RS-232 interface has an optional 5V/1.5A power supply. If you have a power supply,
plug the power supply adapter into the RS-232 cable and then plug the power adapter
into a wall socket.
4.
Once properly connected, the CR3500 will power on and beep.
5.
Scan the following code for RS-232 (Serial) mode:
CR3500 User Manual at: www.codecorp.com/
manuals.html
8.
Scan the Save Settings code (M188_02) below.
CR3500 Accessories:
Save Settings
To save changes made to the CR3500
configuration, scan the following code:
Save Settings
RS-232 Factory Default Settings
Mode: RS-232 One Way Mode Max Range
Baud Rate: 57600
Stop Bits: 1
Data Bits: 8
Parity: None
All other Serial settings can be found in the CR3500 User Manual at: http://www.codecorp.com/manuals.html
6.
All other PS/2 settings may be found in the
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Handles
Battery Handles
Battery Chargers (single)
Lanyard Hook Attachment
Reader Stand
Visit www.codecorp.com for
information on all Code readers and
accessories.
RS-232 Mode
No Power Supply
RS-232 Factory Reset
Figure 8
5.
Figure 6
at: www.codecorp.com/manuals.html
Figure 7
Powering on a CR3500
Note: To power on an uncabled CR3500, the reader
must have a working battery (not a battery blank).
Press and hold red button for at least one second to
power on.
Scan the Save Settings code (M188_02) on page 3.
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Reader & Handle Assembly
Figure 10
H2 Cabled Handle or BH1/BH2 Battery Handle
The CR3500 utilizes the battery compartment to ‘snap
to’ the handle. For the H2 (only) push the 8-pin DIN
connector at the end of the reader into the flexible
connector at the end of the handle (Figure 10). For
all three handles, snap the reader onto the handle
matching the battery compartment to the battery
Figure 11
connectors, visible inside the handle (Figure 11).
Note: Readers with a MFG # of 012_05 or later can
be secured to H2 & BH1/BH2 handles with threaded
screws (Figure 12). To determine the Manufacturing #
of the reader, look at the reader’s battery compartment
and view the MFG # displayed (Figure 13).
Figure 13
Figure 12
H1 Handle
Slide the CR3500 into the handle, aligning the 8-pin
DIN connector to the stationary connector pin on the
handle (Figure 14). Push reader and handle together
firmly until you feel the reader ‘click’ in place.
Quickstart Guide
Code Reader 3500 - Cabled
The Code Reader 3500 (CR3500)
is a Multi-Interface Unit (MIU)
and is available with USB (6 ft. or
12 ft.), RS-232 and PS/2 cables.
All of the cables are connected
to the CR3500 with a 8-pin DIN
connector.
Hand Held CR3500 - To install a cable directly to the CR3500, correctly line up the 8-pin
DIN connector into the back end of the unit. The arrows on the connector should be facing
down (Figure 1). When the unit and the cable connector are lined up, firmly push the cable
into the reader. The cable has a locking mechanism that will firmly hold the cable in place
(Figure 2). To unattach the cable from the reader, you must pinch the plastic on the 8-pin
DIN and pull back to disengage the connector.
Figure 14
Reading Tips
Figure 1
Figure 2
CR3500 with Cabled Handle - If a handle was purchased for use with the CR3500, the
8-pin DIN connector is at the bottom of the handle (Figure 3). Insert the 8-pin connector
and firmly push the cable into the handle. The cable has a locking mechanism that will
firmly hold the cable in place. If using the H2 cabled handle, for additional stability, there is
an optional cable attachment clip that can secure the cable to the handle with two threaded
screws (Figure 4). Screws shall be tightened to a torque setting of 2 inch-lbs.
Figure 3
Figure 4
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