QUICK START GUIDE Wasp DuraLine Industrial Scanner WASP WLS 8400 ER/FZ SERIES Dura w w w. w a s p b a rc o d e . c o m WASP DURALINE INDUSTRIAL SCANNER Scan Window Tether Plate LED Indicators Scan Trigger Laser Scanner (ER, FZ) CORD ATTACHMENT 1 2 3 4 HOST INTERFACES Note: Cable may vary depending on configuration RS-232 USB Keyboard Wedge QUICK START GUIDE TROUBLESHOOTING Scanner not working No power to scanner Check system power; ensure power supply, if required, is connected Scanner not decoding bar code Incorrect interface cable used Interface/power cables are loose Ensure that correct interface cable is used Scanner not programmed for bar code type Check for loose cableconnections Ensure scanner is programmed to read type of bar code beingscanned Bar code unreadable Ensure bar code is not defaced; try scanning test bar code of same bar code type Scanner decoding bar code, but data not transmitting to host Scanned data incorrectly displayed on host Scanner not programmed for correct host interface Scanner not programmed for correct host interface Interface cable is loose Check for loose cable connections Distance between scanner and bar code incorrect Move scanner closer to or further from bar code Check scanner host parameters or edit options Check scanner host parameters or edit options SCANNER PROGRAMMING BAR CODES Start Here if you have a USB scanner Reset Defaults USB Host Types Start Here if you have a keyboard wedge scanner Keyboard Wedge Host Types Set Postamble 1 Erase All Rules <Enter> Enter 5 2 Begin New Rules Save All Rules 4 Choose a Postamble <Tab> Send All Data 3 Tab NOTE If you do not need a Postamble scan 1 Erase All Rules only. LED INDICATIONS BEEPER INDICATIONS Standard Use Low/medium/high beep Power up Off Short high beep Bar code decoded [if decode beeper enabled] 4 long low beeps Transmission error detected; data is ignored Green Parameter Menu Scanning High/low/high/low beep Successful parameter setting High/low beep Correct programming sequence performed Scanner is on and ready to scan, or no power to scanner Low/high beep Incorrect programming sequence or Cancel bar code scanned Bar code is successfully decoded Red Transmission error ©2005 Wasp Technologies. All rights reserved. w w w. w a s p b a rc o d e . c o m Wasp reserves the right to make changes to any product to improve reliability, function, or design. Wasp does not assume any product liability arising out of, or in connection with, the application or use of any product, circuit, or application described herein. 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Wasp Technologies, 1400 10th Street, Plano, TX 75074, www.waspbarcode.com WASP DURALINE INDUSTRIAL SCANNER PATENTS This product is covered by one or more of the following U.S. and foreign Patents: U.S. Patent No. 4,593,186; 4,603,262; 4,607,156; 4,652,750; 4,673,805; 4,736,095;4,758,717; 4,760,248; 4,806,742; 4,816,660; 4,845,350; 4,896,026; 4,897,532; 4,923,281; 4,933,538; 4,992,717; 5,015,833; 5,017,765; 5,021,641; 5,029,183; 5,047,617; 5,103,461; 5,113,445; 5,130,520; 5,140,144; 5,142,550; 5,149,950; 5,157,687; 5,168,148; 5,168,149; 5,180,904; 5,216,232; 5,229,591; 5,230,088; 5,235,167; 5,243,655; 5,247,162; 5,250,791; 5,250,792; 5,260,553; 5,262,627; 5,262,628; 5,266,787; 5,278,398; 5,280,162; 5,280,163; 5,280,164; 5,280,498; 5,304,786; 5,304,788; 5,306,900; 5,324,924; 5,337,361; 5,367,151; 5,373,148; 5,378,882; 5,396,053; 5,396,055; 5,399,846; 5,408,081; 5,410,139; 5,410,140; 5,412,198; 5,418,812; 5,420,411; 5,436,440; 5,444,231; 5,449,891; 5,449,893; 5,468,949; 5,471,042; 5,478,998; 5,479,000; 5,479,002; 5,479,441; 5,504,322; 5,519,577; 5,528,621; 5,532,469; 5,543,610; 5,545,889; 5,552,592; 5,557,093; 5,578,810; 5,581,070; 5,589,679; 5,589,680; 5,608,202; 5,612,531; 5,619,028; 5,627,359; 5,637,852; 5,664,229; 5,668,803; 5,675,139; 5,693,929; 5,698,835; 5,705,800; 5,714,746; 5,723,851; 5,734,152; 5,734,153; 5,742,043; 5,745,794; 5,754,587; 5,762,516; 5,763,863; 5,767,500; 5,789,728; 5,789,731; 5,808,287; 5,811,785; 5,811,787; 5,815,811; 5,821,519; 5,821,520; 5,823,812; 5,828,050; 5,848,064; 5,850,078; 5,861,615; 5,874,720; 5,875,415; 5,900,617; 5,902,989; 5,907,146; 5,912,450; 5,914,478; 5,917,173; 5,920,059; 5,923,025; 5,929,420; 5,945,658; 5,945,659; 5,946,194; 5,959,285; 6,002,918; 6,021,947; 6,029,894; 6,031,830; 6,036,098; 6,047,892; 6,050,491; 6,053,413; 6,056,200; 6,065,678; 6,067,297; 6,082,621; 6,084,528; 6,088,482; 6,092,725; 6,101,483; 6,102,293; 6,104,620; 6,114,712; 6,115,678; 6,119,944; 6,123,265; 6,131,814; 6,138,180; 6,142,379; 6,172,478; 6,176,428; 6,178,426; 6,186,400; 6,188,681; 6,209,788; 6,209,789; 6,216,951; 6,220,514; 6,243,447; 6,244,513; 6,247,647; 6,308,061; 6,250,551; 6,295,031; 6,308,061; 6,308,892; 6,321,990; 6,328,213; 6,330,244; 6,336,587; 6,340,114; 6,340,115; 6,340,119; 6,348,773; 6,380,949; 6,394,355; D305,885; D341,584; D344,501; D359,483; D362,453; D363,700; D363,918; D370,478; D383,124; D391,250; D405,077; D406,581; D414,171; D414,172; D418,500; D419,548; D423,468; D424,035; D430,158; D430,159; D431,562; D436,104. Invention No. 55,358; 62,539; 69,060; 69,187, NI-068564 (Taiwan); No. 1,601,796; 1,907,875; 1,955,269 (Japan); European Patent 367,299; 414,281; 367,300; 367,298; UK 2,072,832; France 81/03938; Italy 1,138,713 ERGONOMIC RECOMMENDATIONS Caution: In order to avoid or minimize the potential risk of ergonomic injury follow the recommendations below. Consult with your local Health & Safety Manager to ensure that you are adhering to your company's safety programs to prevent employee injury. • Reduce or eliminate repetitive motion • Maintain a natural position • Reduce or eliminate excessive force • Keep objects that are used frequently within easy reach • Perform tasks at correct heights • Reduce or eliminate vibration • Reduce or eliminate direct pressure • Provide adjustable workstations • Provide adequate clearance • Provide a suitable working environment • Improve work procedures. REGULATORY INFORMATION LASER LABELS In accordance with Clause 5, IEC 825 and EN60825, the following information is provided to the user: ENGLISH CLASS 1 CLASS 1 LASER PRODUCT CLASS 2 LASER LIGHT DO NOT STARE INTO BEAM CLASS 2 LASER PRODUCT DUTCH / NEDERLANDS KLASSE 1 KLASSE-1 LASERPRODUKT KLASSE 2 LASERLICHT NIET IN STRAAL STAREN KLASSE-2 LASERPRODUKT SPANISH / ESPAÑOL CLASE 1 PRODUCTO LASER DE LA CLASE 1 CLASE 2 LUZ LASER NO MIRE FIJAMENTE EL HAZ PRODUCTO LASER DE LA CLASE 2 GERMAN / DEUTCH KLASSE 1 LASERPRODUKT DER KLASSE 1 KLASSE 2 LASERSTRAHLEN FRENCH / FRANÇAIS NICHT DIREKT IN DEN CLASSE 1 PRODUIT LASER DE CLASSE 1 LASERSTRAHL SCHAUEN CLASSE 2 LUMIERE LASER LASERPRODUKT DER NE PAS REGARDER LE KLASSE 2 RAYON FIXEMENT PRODUIT LASER DE CLASSE 2 RADIO FREQUENCY INTERFERENCE REQUIREMENTS Note: This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC FOR HOME OR OFFICE USE rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential installation. This equipment generates, uses and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instruction manual, may cause harmful interference to radio communications. However there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation. If this equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or television reception, which can be determined by turning the equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or more of the following measures: • Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna • Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver • Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the receiver is connected • Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help. Tested to comply with FCC Standards Radio Frequency Interference Requirements – Canada This Class B digital apparatus complies with Canadian ICES-003. Cet appareil numérique de la classe B est conforme à la norme NMB-003 du Canada. Marking and European Economic Area (EEA) LASER DEVICES Wasp products using lasers comply with US 21CFR1040.10, and IEC825-1:1993, EN60825-1:1994+A11:1996. The laser classification is marked on one of the labels on the product. Any changes or modifications to Wasp Technologies equipment, not expressly approved by Wasp Technologies, could void the user's authority to operate the equipment. Class 1 Laser devices are not considered to be hazardous when used for their intended purpose. The following statement is required to comply with US and international regulations: Caution: Use of controls, adjustments or performance of procedures other than those specified herein may result in hazardous laser light exposure. Antenna’s, use only the supplied or an approved replacement antenna. Unauthorized antennas, modifications, or attachments could cause damage and may violate regulations. Class 2 laser scanners use a low power, visible light diode. As with any very bright light source, such as the sun, the user should avoid staring directly into the light beam. Momentary exposure to a Class 2 laser is not known to be harmful. All Wasp devices are designed to be compliant with rules and regulations in locations they are sold and will be labeled as required.