Argantix KDC 400-25 User manual

Argantix KDC 400-25 User manual
KDC User Manual
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Table of Contents
1. INTRODUCTION ................................................................... 17
1.1
KDC Package ........................................................................................... 18
1.2
KDC Characteristics ........................................................................................... 20
1.3
Keypad (KDC350)............................................................................................... 23
1.4
Input data by using a keypad (KDC350) .............................................................. 24
1.5
Turn on the power of KDC20/30/400 ................................................................. 25
2. INSTALLATION ..................................................................... 26
2.1
Bluetooth Pairing ............................................................................................... 26
Preparing for Pairing ...................................................................................................... 26
Pairing ............................................................................................................................ 28
2.2
KOAMTAC Installation Wizard ........................................................................... 31
Windows 7 and 8 ........................................................................................................... 31
Android .......................................................................................................................... 33
Blackberry ...................................................................................................................... 33
iPad/iPhone/iPod touch ................................................................................................. 33
2.3
Manual Installation ............................................................................................. 34
Windows 7/8 .................................................................................................................. 34
3. OPERATING YOUR KDC ....................................................... 35
3.1
Getting Started .................................................................................................. 35
Attach Lanyard/Hand Strap to KDC .............................................................................. 35
Charge KDC Battery ...................................................................................................... 36
Configure KDC ............................................................................................................... 36
3.2
Basics................................................................................................................. 38
Read barcodes ............................................................................................................... 38
Read barcodes with GPS coordinates (KDC350G) ........................................................ 39
Read NFC Tag (KDC350N/400N) .................................................................................. 40
Read HF RFID Tag (KDC450) ......................................................................................... 40
Input data by using a keypad (KDC350) ........................................................................ 40
Synchronizing data to the host device .......................................................................... 41
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3.3
KDC Menu ......................................................................................................... 41
KDC Mode Menu ........................................................................................................... 54
View Data Menu ............................................................................................................. 54
Set Barcodes Menu ........................................................................................................ 54
Code Options Menu ...................................................................................................... 54
Scan Options Menu ....................................................................................................... 54
Data Process Menu ........................................................................................................ 57
BT Config Menu – KDC20/30/200/250/300/400........................................................... 63
BT Service – KDC20/30/200/250/300/350/400 ............................................................. 65
GPS Config - 350G ........................................................................................................ 66
USB DISK - 100M/200M/250M/300M/350 .................................................................... 67
NFC Config - KDC350N/KDC400N ............................................................................... 69
System Menu ................................................................................................................. 69
Pair and connect KDC20i/30i/200i/250i/300i/350i/400i and iOS4.0+ in HID iOS
mode .............................................................................................................................. 71
iOS Soft Keyboard toggling using BT Toggle option ................................................... 72
3.4
LED Status ......................................................................................................... 73
KDC100/200/250/300/350 ............................................................................................ 73
KDC20/30/400 ............................................................................................................... 73
3.5
Empty Battery .................................................................................................... 74
KDC100/200/250/300/350 ............................................................................................ 74
KDC20/30/400 ............................................................................................................... 74
3.6
Buffer Full .......................................................................................................... 74
3.7
Reset Feature (100/200/250/300/350) or Power-on/off (KDC20/30) .................... 75
3.8
Replace Battery.................................................................................................. 76
4. BLUETOOTH KDC20/30/200/250/300/350/400 .................... 77
4.1
Bluetooth Config ............................................................................................... 77
ConnectDevice ............................................................................................................... 77
Auto Connect ................................................................................................................. 78
Auto Reconnect ............................................................................................................. 78
Auto Power On ............................................................................................................... 78
PWR ON Time ................................................................................................................ 78
Auto Power Off .............................................................................................................. 79
Beep Warning ................................................................................................................. 79
PWR OFF Time ............................................................................................................... 79
PowerOFF Msg ............................................................................................................... 79
MAC Address ................................................................................................................. 79
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FW Version ..................................................................................................................... 79
Wakeup Nulls ................................................................................................................. 80
Autolock Time ................................................................................................................ 80
HID Keyboard ................................................................................................................. 80
HID Initial and Inter-Character Delay .............................................................................. 80
Control character transmission in HID mode ................................................................ 80
Function key transmission in HID mode ........................................................................ 81
Disconnect/Reconnect/BT(HID) Toggle ........................................................................ 81
4.2
Bluetooth Service ............................................................................................... 82
Power .............................................................................................................................. 82
Pairing ............................................................................................................................. 82
Discovering ..................................................................................................................... 83
Connect To .................................................................................................................... 83
HID Sync ......................................................................................................................... 83
5. SYNCHRONIZATION ............................................................ 84
5.1
KTSync Menu ..................................................................................................... 84
5.2
File Menu ........................................................................................................... 87
Connect to KDC ............................................................................................................. 87
Synchronize .................................................................................................................... 88
Bluetooth ....................................................................................................................... 88
Configuration ................................................................................................................. 89
5.3
Synchronization Settings .................................................................................... 91
Destination of Data ........................................................................................................ 91
Synchronization Methods .............................................................................................. 92
Current KDC Wedge Method ........................................................................................ 93
Synchronization Options ................................................................................................ 93
Application Options ....................................................................................................... 94
5.4
Barcode & KDC Settings .................................................................................... 95
Select Symbologies and Symbology Options ............................................................... 96
Data Editing Option ....................................................................................................... 96
5.5
Other Settings ................................................................................................... 97
5.6
KDC Menu in KTSync (KDC20/30/400) ............................................................... 98
5.7
Mobile pKTSync ................................................................................................. 99
5.8
Android aKTSync ............................................................................................. 100
KDC and Android Pairing ............................................................................................ 100
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Launch KTSync ............................................................................................................. 100
Keyboard Wedge ......................................................................................................... 102
5.9
iPad/iPhone/iPod touch KTSync ....................................................................... 103
KDC20i/30i/200i/250i/300i/350i/400i connection using MFi mode ........................... 103
iKTSync Settings .......................................................................................................... 104
How to connect and reconnect MFi mode using UP keys .......................................... 104
5.10
Blackberry bKTSync.......................................................................................... 105
5.11
KTSync for Mac OS X ....................................................................................... 107
Connect Button ............................................................................................................ 108
Disconnect Button ....................................................................................................... 108
Synchronize Button ...................................................................................................... 108
Clear Button ................................................................................................................. 108
Settings Button ............................................................................................................ 108
6. APPLICATION GENERATION ............................................. 111
6.1
Application Generation .................................................................................... 112
Generate Application................................................................................................... 112
Data Filter Settings ...................................................................................................... 113
Application Download and Execution ......................................................................... 115
6.2
Predefined Applications ................................................................................... 117
Master/Slave ................................................................................................................ 117
Pick/Bin ........................................................................................................................ 118
DB Lookup Application ................................................................................................ 121
Inventory Application ................................................................................................... 123
7. TROUBLESHOOTING ......................................................... 125
8. WARRANTY ........................................................................ 127
9. CONTACT INFORMATION ................................................. 128
10. APPENDIX A BARCODE & SCAN OPTIONS ....................... 129
10.1
Symbologies .................................................................................................... 129
Bookland EAN vs. EAN-13........................................................................................... 130
Add-on Symbologies ................................................................................................... 130
10.2
Code Options (KDC20/30/100/200/250/410/415)............................................. 131
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Reverse Direction ......................................................................................................... 132
Symbology Conversion ................................................................................................ 132
Verification of Optional “Check Digit” ........................................................................ 132
Transmission of “Check Digit” .................................................................................... 133
Resolution of Inconsistencies ....................................................................................... 133
10.3
Miscellaneous Barcode Information .................................................................. 135
Height of a Linear Barcode .......................................................................................... 135
Check Characters ......................................................................................................... 135
Prevent Interleave 2 of 5 Partial Reading .................................................................... 135
Equation to Determining Potential Number of Stored Barcodes ............................... 136
Data Buffer Full ............................................................................................................ 136
11. APPENDIX B FAQ ............................................................... 137
11.1
Symbology ....................................................................................................... 137
11.2
Host Interface .................................................................................................. 138
11.3
Battery ............................................................................................................. 138
11.4
Memory ........................................................................................................... 139
11.5
Programming ................................................................................................... 139
12. APPENDIX C 1D SPECIAL BARCODES
(KDC20/100/200/250/350L/410/415)........................................ 140
12.1
Set Symbologies .............................................................................................. 140
12.2
Barcode Options .............................................................................................. 143
12.3
Delete Last Scanned Barcode ........................................................................... 146
12.4
Scan Options ................................................................................................... 147
12.5
Scan Timeout ................................................................................................... 148
12.6
Minimum Barcode Length ................................................................................ 149
12.7
Security Level ................................................................................................... 152
12.8
Data Process - Wedge/Store & Enter Key ......................................................... 153
12.9
Data Process - Data Edit................................................................................... 154
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Data Process - Data Format & Handshake..................................................... 155
12.11
Data Process - Termination Character & Duplicate Check ............................. 156
12.12
Bluetooth ..................................................................................................... 157
12.13
Bluetooth Auto Power On Time.................................................................... 160
12.14
Bluetooth Power Off Time ............................................................................ 161
12.15
HID Auto Lock Time ..................................................................................... 163
12.16
HID Keyboard .............................................................................................. 164
12.17
HID Initial Delay ........................................................................................... 165
12.18
HID Character Delay..................................................................................... 166
12.19
HID Control Character .................................................................................. 167
12.20
System ......................................................................................................... 168
12.21
Sleep Timeout .............................................................................................. 171
12.22
ETC .............................................................................................................. 172
12.23
Function ....................................................................................................... 173
12.24
Number ....................................................................................................... 174
12.25
Lower Case Alphabet ................................................................................... 175
12.26
Upper Case Alphabet ................................................................................... 177
12.27
Control Character......................................................................................... 179
12.28
Symbol Character ......................................................................................... 180
12.29
GPS (GPS Model Only) ................................................................................. 183
12.30
GPS/BT Auto Power Off Timeou................................................................... 184
12.31
NFC (NFC Model Only) ................................................................................ 185
12.32
USB Disk (M Model Only) ............................................................................. 186
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13. APPENDIX D 2D SPECIAL BARCODES (KDC30/300/350C/420
/425/450) .................................................................................. 187
13.1
Set Symbologies .............................................................................................. 187
13.2
Barcode Options .............................................................................................. 187
13.3
Delete Last Scanned Barcode ........................................................................... 187
13.4
Scan Options ................................................................................................... 187
13.5
Scan Timeout ................................................................................................... 189
13.6
Minimum Barcode Length (except KDC30) ....................................................... 190
13.7
Image Capture (except KDC30) ........................................................................ 193
13.8
Data Process - Wedge/Store & Enter Key ......................................................... 194
13.9
Data Process - Data Edit................................................................................... 195
13.10
Data Process – Data Format & Handshake .................................................... 196
13.11
Data Process - Termination Character & Duplicate Check ............................. 197
13.12
Bluetooth ..................................................................................................... 198
13.13
Bluetooth Auto Power On Time.................................................................... 201
13.14
Bluetooth Power Off Time ............................................................................ 202
13.15
HID Auto Lock Time ..................................................................................... 204
13.16
HID Keyboard .............................................................................................. 205
13.17
HID Initial Delay ........................................................................................... 206
13.18
HID Character Delay..................................................................................... 207
13.19
HID Control Character .................................................................................. 208
13.20
System ......................................................................................................... 209
13.21
Sleep Timeout .............................................................................................. 212
13.22
Function ....................................................................................................... 213
13.23
Number ....................................................................................................... 214
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13.24
Lower Case Alphabet ................................................................................... 215
13.25
Upper Case Alphabet ................................................................................... 217
13.26
Control Character......................................................................................... 219
13.27
Symbol Character ......................................................................................... 220
13.28
GPS (GPS Model Only) ................................................................................. 223
13.29
GPS/BT Auto Power Off Timeot ................................................................... 224
13.30
NFC (NFC Model Only) ................................................................................ 225
13.31
USB Disk (M Model Only) ............................................................................. 226
14. APPENDIX E - MSR SPECIAL BARCODES (KDC415/425MSR)
227
14.1
KDC415MSR .................................................................................................... 227
14.2
KDC425MSR .................................................................................................... 230
15. APPENDIX F MULTIPLE SPECIAL BARCODES .................... 233
15.1
KDC20/KDC100/KDC250/KDC350L/KDC410/KDC415 ..................................... 233
15.2
KDC30/KDC300/KDC350C/KDC420/KDC425/KDC450 .................................... 234
List of Figures
Figure 1- KDC Package .......................................................................................................... 19
Figure 2 - KDC20/30 Overview ............................................................................................. 20
Figure 3 - KDC100 Overview ................................................................................................. 21
Figure 4 - KDC200/250/300/350 Overview ........................................................................... 22
Figure 5 - KDC400 Overview ................................................................................................. 22
Figure 6 - How to turn on the power in KDC20/30/400 ....................................................... 25
Figure 7 - Selecting a Bluetooth device type from the KDC menu ...................................... 27
Figure 8 - Selecting Pairing mode in KDC............................................................................. 28
Figure 9 - Pairing mode button in KDC20/30/400 ................................................................ 28
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Figure 10 - Finding Bluetooth MAC Address ........................................................................ 29
Figure 11 - Connecting KDC with a smart phone by scanning Bluetooth MAC Address
Barcode .................................................................................................................................. 30
Figure 12 - Location of KDC Menu and use of buttons (KDC100/200/250/300) ................. 37
Figure 13 - Location and use of buttons on a keypad (KDC350) .......................................... 37
Figure 14 - KDC Display ........................................................................................................ 38
Figure 15 - Scanning barcodes using KTSync ....................................................................... 38
Figure 16 - Location for reading NFC Tag ............................................................................ 40
Figure 17 - Delete Function in KDC20/30 ............................................................................. 54
Figure 18 - Replacing a Battery ............................................................................................. 76
Figure 19 - KTSync® Synchronizer Menu ............................................................................... 85
Figure 20 - File Menu ............................................................................................................. 85
Figure 21 – Setting Menu ...................................................................................................... 86
Figure 22 - Application Menu ................................................................................................ 86
Figure 23 - About Menu ........................................................................................................ 87
Figure 24 - COM Port Selection for KDC .............................................................................. 87
Figure 25 - Bluetooth Device Registry .................................................................................. 88
Figure 26 - Configuration ...................................................................................................... 89
Figure 27 - KTSync® Synchronization Settings ...................................................................... 91
Figure 28 - Barcode & KDC Settings, Symbologies, Data Editing and Scan Options .......... 95
Figure 29 - KTSync® Confirmation Settings ........................................................................... 97
Figure 30 - KDC Menu in KTSync (KDC20/30/400) ............................................................... 98
Figure 31 - Mobile pKTSync .................................................................................................. 99
Figure 32 - Android aKTSync ............................................................................................... 101
Figure 33 - iPad/iPhone/iPod touch KTSync ....................................................................... 104
Figure 34 - Blackberry bKTSync ........................................................................................... 106
Figure 35 - Application Menu .............................................................................................. 111
Figure 36 - Application Warning Window ........................................................................... 111
Figure 37 - Application Generation Menu .......................................................................... 112
Figure 38 - Data Filter Settings ........................................................................................... 113
Figure 39 - Master/Slave Application Settings .................................................................... 118
Figure 40 - Master/Slave Application Flow Chart ............................................................... 118
Figure 41 - Pick/BIN Application Menu ............................................................................... 119
Figure 42 - Pick/BIN Application Flow Chart ...................................................................... 120
Figure 43 - DB Lookup Application Menu ........................................................................... 122
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Figure 44 - Inventory Application ........................................................................................ 124
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List of Tables
Table 1 - Features of KDC ..................................................................................................... 17
Table 2 - Number of hours required to fully charge a KDC Battery ..................................... 36
Table 3 - KDC Menu .............................................................................................................. 53
Table 4 - KDC30/300/350C/420/450 Minimum Barcode Length ......................................... 56
Table 5 - Explanation of LEDs................................................................................................ 73
Table 6 - Troubleshooting Techniques ................................................................................ 126
Table 7 - Symbologies Supported by KDC ......................................................................... 129
Table 8 - Add-on for EAN-13 Symbology ........................................................................... 130
Table 9 - Add-on for EAN-8 Symbology ............................................................................. 131
Table 10 - Symbology Conversion ....................................................................................... 132
Table 11 - Verification of Optional "Check Digit" .............................................................. 132
Table 12 - Transmission of "Check Digit" ........................................................................... 133
Table 13 - Resolution of Inconsistencies ............................................................................. 134
Table 14 - Symbologies supported by KDC ........................................................................ 137
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COPYRIGHT, LICENSE, and WARNING PAGE
Copyright 2002-2014 by KOAMTAC, Inc. All rights reserved.
No part of this publication may be reproduced or used in any form, or by any
electrical or mechanical means, without permission in writing from KOAMTAC, Inc.
The material in this manual is subject to change without notice. KOAMTAC reserves
the right to make changes to any product to improve reliability, function, or design.
KOAMTAC 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.
Follow all warnings and instructions marked on manual and units. Use only the
power source specified in this manual or marked on the units.
Certain KDC products may be covered by the following issued US patents numbers
7769917, 7954710, 8126399, 8295368, 8346979, 8347366, 8371506, 8483614; Korea
patents numbers 10-1383407, 10-1354252 and may be patent pending elsewhere,
UK publication GB2492615, Korea publication 1020120128598.
KDC® is a registered trademark and property of KOAMTAC, Inc.
KoamTac® is a registered trademark and property of KOAMTAC, Inc.
KTSync® is a registered trademark and property of KOAMTAC, Inc.
TO PREVENT FIRE OR SHOCK HAZARD, DO NOT EXPOSE THIS UNIT TO ANY TYPE OF
MOISTURE. DO NOT LOOK DIRECTLY INTO LASER OR POINT THE LASER INTO ANOTHER
PERSON’S EYES. EXPOSURE TO THE BEAM MAY CAUSE EYE DAMAGE.
CAUTION:
Changes or modifications not expressly approved by the manufacturer responsible
for compliance could void the user’s authority to operate the equipment.
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Regulatory Compliance
US
FCC ID: VH9KDC20, VH9KDC30, VH9KDC100, VH9KDC200, VH9KDC250,
VH9KDC300, VH9KDC350, VH9KDC400, VH9KDC450
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits of a Class B
digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC 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. It may cause harmful interference to radio communications if not installed
and used in accordance with the instructions. 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 with one or more of the following measures:
1. Reorient / Relocate the receiving antenna.
2. Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver.
3. Connect the equipment into an outlet on a different circuit than the
receiver.
4. Consult with the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help.
WARNING:
This device complies with part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the
following two conditions: (1) This device may not cause harmful interference, and (2)
this device must accept any interference received, including interference that may
cause undesired operation.
Europe
2200
0983
Certificate No.: EMC15688-07-01
Products intended for sale within the European Union are marked with a CE Mark
which indicates compliance to applicable Directives and European Normes (EN), as
follows. Amendments to these Directives or ENs are included: Normes (EN), as
follows:
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Applicable Directives:
• Radio and Telecommunications Terminal Equipment Directive 1999/5/EC
Scope of Opinion
(Essential Requirements)
Article 3.1(a) – Health
Article 3.1(a) - Safety
Article 3.1(b) – EMC
Article 3.2 – Radio
Spectrum Use
Applied Specifications/Standards
TCF Identification
Results
EN 62311:2008
EN 60950-1:2006+A11:2009
EN 55022:2006+A1:2007
EN 55024:1998+A1:2001+A2:2003
ETSI EN 301 489-1 V1.8.1 (2008-04)
ETSI EN 301 489-17 V2.1.1 (2009-05)
Statement
ESTCS1101-002
Complies
Complies
ESTCE0712-007(1)
Complies
ETSI EN 300 328:V1.7.1 (2006-10)
ESTR0801-018(1)
Complies
Japan
003WWA080049, 003WWA090274, 208-120048, 208WW110041,
208-130029, 208-140011, 208-140049
Article 2-1-19, 2.4GHz Wide Band low power data communication system
Japan
2014026493, 2014027753
Korea
MSIP-CMM-A13-KDC20, MSIP-CMM-A13-KDC30, AI3-KDC100, AI3-KDC200,
MSIP-CMM-A13-KDC250, MSIP-CMM-A13-KDC350, MSIP-CMM-A13-KDC350,
MSIP-CMM-A13-KDC400, MSIP-CMM-A13-KDC450
Laser Compliance
KDC20/100/200/250/350L/410/415/430
Complies with US 21 CFR 1040.10 and 1040.11 except for
deviations pursuant to laser notice no. 50, dated June 24,
2007 and IEC 60825-1 (Ed. 2.0)
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Complies with IEC60825-1:1993 + A1:1997 + A2:2001
Battery Warning
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
This device contains a rechargeable NiMH. Never throw the battery into a
fire, as that could cause the battery to explode.
Never short-circuit the battery by bringing the terminals in contact with
another metal object. This could cause personal injury, a fire, and/or
damage to the battery.
Never dispose of used batteries with other ordinary solid wastes. Batteries
contain toxic substances.
Dispose of used batteries in accordance with the prevailing community
regulations that apply to the disposal of batteries. Cover the metal
terminals with insulating tape (this is to prevent accidental short-circuiting).
Never expose the battery to any liquid.
Always keep the battery out of reach of infants or small children.
Never shock the battery by dropping it or throwing it.
Dispose of a spent or damaged battery promptly.
WARNING: RISK OF EXPLOSION IF BATTERY IS REPLACED BY AN INCORRECT
TYPE. DISPOSE OF USED BATTERIES ACCORDING TO THE INSTRUCTIONS.
Product Disposal
This device should not be placed in municipal waste. Please check local regulations
for disposal of electronic products.
Bluetooth
Core Specification: 2.1+EDR
Apple
Made for iPhone, Made for iPod, Made for iPad
Samsung
Compatible with Galaxy Series
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1. Introduction
Congratulations on purchasing KOAMTAC’s revolutionary barcode scanner and data
collector. Lightweight and compact, with a user-friendly design and superior functionality,
KOAMTAC’s KDC works in a variety of portable applications. Use it independently or as
an accessory to a PC, PDA, or smartphone. To find out more about KOAMTAC, Inc. and
our family of products, visit us at www.KOAMTAC.com.
FEATURES
KDC100
KDC200
KDC250
KDC300
KDC350
KDC400
KDC450
1
2
1
1
1
1
2
2
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
Laser
Imager
Laser
Laser
Laser
Imager
Laser/
Imager
Laser/
Imager
Imager
AUTOMATIC
DATA UPLOAD
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
STORES10,000+
BARCODES
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
No
No
KTSYNC®
SOFTWARE
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
NO
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
NO
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
GPS
NO
NO
NO
NO
YES
NO
YES
NO
NO
NFC/RFID
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
YES
YES
YES
MSR
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
YES
NO
USB DISK
NO
NO
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
NO
NO
USB HID
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
NO
NO
USB
CONNECTIONS
RECHARGEABLE
BATTERY
SCAN ENGINE
SDK
SUPPORTS
WINDOWS
XP, 7, 8 &
MOBILE 5.0+
ANDROID,
BLACKBERRY,
IOS
BLUETOOTH
KDC20
1
KDC30
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1.1 KDC Package
The standard KDC package contains:
1. One KDC Barcode Data Collector
2. USB Cable
 KDC20/30 (N/A)
 KDC100/200/250/300/350 (8pin Ultra mini USB Cable)
 KDC400/450 (5pin Micro USB cable)
3. One Lanyard (KDC20/30/100/200/250/300/350) or One Hand Strap
(KDC400/450)
4. KOAMTAC Installation CD with
 KTSync© for Microsoft Windows XP, Vista 7 and Mobile 5.0+
 KDC Device Driver
 User Manual
5. One KDC Protective Rubber Boot (KDC100/200/250/300).
The following KDC accessories are available to purchase from www.koamtacstore.com or
local reseller.






Note
Protective boot for KDC20/30/350.
Smartphone cases for KDC200/250/300/400/450.
Charging cradles for KDC20/30/100/200/250/300/350/411/421/430/450
Finger Trigger Glove and KDC200/350/300 adaptor
KDC350 hardpack battery charging adaptor
KDC battery
KDC400/450 smartphone cases should be purchased separately.
Depending on the region or distributor, package contents may vary.
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KDC100/200/250/300
KDC20/30
KDC400/450
KDC350
Figure 1- KDC Package
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1.2 KDC Characteristics
Before starting to use the KDC, the user should become familiar with its physical
characteristics. Refer to Figure 2, Figure 3, Figure 4, and Figure 5 below that indicate the
placement of SCAN, UP, and DOWN buttons, OLED display, LEDs, and ports on the KDC.
Although KDC models consist of similar buttons and LEDs, each model has different
characteristics for its own purpose of use. The KDC20/30/100 include a swing-out USB
connector and the KDC350 has a keypad.
KDC20/30 Barcode Reader and Data Collector
Green/Red/Orange LEDs
DELETE Button
UP Button
SCAN Button
DOWN Button
Type A USB-swings out
KDC20
Green/Red/Orange LEDs
DELETE Button
SCAN Button
UP Button
DOWN Button
Type A USB-swings out
KDC30
Figure 2 - KDC20/30 Overview
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KDC100 Barcode Reader and Data Collector
Green/Red/Orange LEDs
OLED Display
UP Button
SCAN Button
DOWN Button
Ultra mini USB Port
Type A USB-swings out
KDC100
Figure 3 - KDC100 Overview
KDC200/250/300/350 Barcode Reader and Data Collector
Green/Red/Orange LEDs
OLED Display
UP Button
SCAN Button
DOWN Button
Ultra mini USB Port
KDC200
Green/Red/Orange LEDs
UP Button
OLED Display
DOWN Button
SCAN Button
0
Ultra mini USB Port
KDC250/300
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Green/Red/Orange LEDs
Function Button
Menu Button
DOWN Button
UP Button
SCAN Button
Shift Button
Mode Button
Keypad
Ultra mini USB Port
KDC350
Figure 4 - KDC200/250/300/350 Overview
KDC400/450 Barcode Reader and Data Collector
Figure 5 - KDC400 Overview
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1.3 Keypad (KDC350)
(Menu button)
Allows the user to enter or exit the KDC Menu. While in menu
mode, press once to exit.
(Shift button)
Allows the user to change character input mode from capital
letters to small letters, and vice versa.
(Mode button)
Allows the user to switch between ABC and number input
mode.
(Up button)
While in the KDC menu, press this button to go up on the
selection bar. While on the main screen, press this button and
the KDC will try to connect to a BT host device.
(Down button)
While in the KDC menu, press this button to go down on the
selection bar. While on the main screen, press this button to
toggle the iOS soft keyboard (if the KDC is connected in HIDiOS mode).
(Number button)
Input numbers or characters
(Enter button)
Press to finish data input (if “Enter Key” option is disabled).
Press to finish data input and move cursor to next line (if “Enter
Key” option is enabled).
(Delete button)
Press to delete the last character or number input
This button can be used in conjunction with a number key to
control the KDC settings shown below.
FN + 1
(Function button)
Keypad light On/Off
FN + 2
GPS Power On/Off (KDC350 G series only)
FN + 3
NFC Power On/Off (KDC350 N series only)
FN + 4
Enter Bluetooth Pairing Mode
FN + 5
Bluetooth Power On/Off
FN + 6
Change Bluetooth profile
FN + 0
Factory Default
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1.4 Input data by using a keypad (KDC350)

When the KDC350 shows a blank main screen, you can start pressing numbers or
characters of the barcode data that needs to be input.

See an example below: How to save the barcode data “123Koamtac”.
Num
Shift
Abc
Shift
123_
123_
Press [email protected]:/,2ABC and
3DEF on the keypad.
123K
Press Mode to switch to
Abc mode.
Press 5JKL on the
keypad
Cancel
Abc
123K
Press Shift on the
keypad to change to
lower case mode.
Abc
Do you want
To cancel
?
Yes
No
Press Menu and
select Yes to cancel
input.
Abc
123Koamtac
Press the keys for
remaining letters.
Save
Abc
123Koamtac
Press SCAN or
button to save barcode
data.
SCAN
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1.5 Turn on the power of KDC20/30/400
KDC20/30/400 have power on/off switch. Please turn on the power first before using the
device.
Press SCAN and DOWN
buttons simultaneously
for 5 seconds. The user
will hear a beep sound
when it is turned on.
SCAN Button
DOWN Button
KDC400
Slide POWER button to
the right.
Figure 6 - How to turn on the power in KDC20/30/400
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2. Installation
2.1 Bluetooth Pairing
The KDC can read and store barcode data independently, but it can also be used in
combination with a PC, PDA, smartphone, or tablet.
To use the KDC to read barcodes while it is paired with another device, the user should
first set up a pairing between the KDC and smart device via Bluetooth. If no changes have
been made in the smart device’s Bluetooth settings, the smart device will always recognize
the KDC that has previously been paired. However, if changes have been made, the user
will need to go through the pairing process again. The user can also refer to Chapter 4.
Bluetooth for more information about Bluetooth pairing.
Preparing for Pairing
Select a Bluetooth profile. There are two ways to set up a Bluetooth profile.

Select and scan the needed Bluetooth profile barcode from the following barcodes.
KDC 20/100/200/250/350L/410/415 (1D)
Bluetooth Profile SPP
Bluetooth Profile HID iOS
Bluetooth Profile SPP2.0
Bluetooth Profile MFi
Bluetooth Profile HID normal
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Bluetooth Profile SPP
Bluetooth Profile MFi
Bluetooth Profile HID iOS
Bluetooth Profile SPP2.0
Bluetooth Profile HID normal

Or, for KDCs equipped with an LCD screen (KDC100/200/250/300/350), the user can
select a Bluetooth device type from the ConnectDevice menu as shown below.
KDC Menu
BT Config
Connect Device
MFi
Save & Exit
Figure 7 - Selecting a Bluetooth device type from the KDC menu
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Pairing
Option One: Connect the KDC from a host (PC, Smartphone, Tablet)
This method is recommended for first-time users or when the user is only connecting a few
KDCs.
1.
Put the KDC into Pairing mode

Select and scan the correct pairing barcode below for your KDC model, or
KDC 20/100/200/250/350L/410/415(1D)
KDC30/300/350C/420/425(2D)
Pairing

Select Pairing from the KDC menu.
From the KDC Menu
Select BT Service
Select Pairing
Figure 8 - Selecting Pairing mode in KDC

For the KDC20/30, press the Scan button for three seconds in order to enter into
Pairing mode. For the KDC 400, press the Up button immediately after turning the
power on in order to enter into Pairing mode.
Press SCAN Button for 3 seconds
Press UP Button on the right side
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2.
On the host device, go to Settings -> Bluetooth, and select the KDC that needs to be
paired. The KDC and host device will now communicate with each other.
Settings
Tap the KDC
Tap Bluetooth
3. After it has been installed, open KTSync and it will automatically find and connect to the
KDC. (Refer to 2.2 KOAMTAC Installation Wizard for more information about installing
KTSync)
Option Two: Connect the host device from the KDC by scanning a Special
Bluetooth MAC Address barcode
This method is recommended for advanced users or when the application or process
requires the pairing of multiple KDCs to multiple host devices on a regular basis.
1.
Find the Bluetooth MAC Address of the host device.
Settings
Tap on General
Tap on About
Bluetooth address
Figure 10 - Finding Bluetooth MAC Address
2. Create the Bluetooth MAC Address Barcode according to the format below.
Bluetooth MAC Address: 1234567890AB
Barcode Type (Symbology): Code 128
Contents: For KDC20/200/250/410/415, type ^FNC3651234567890AB
For KDC30/300/420/425, type SYNMCRKDC651234567890AB
Options: includetext parsefnc
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3. Print the Bluetooth MAC Address
Note: 2D image-based barcode readers such as the KDC30, KDC300, KDC350C, and
KDC420 series models can read barcodes that have been printed QR barcodes that
are on a LCD screen.
Laser scanners such as the KDC20, KDC100, KDC200, KDC350L, and KDC410 series
models are not designed to read barcodes from a LCD screen and will only read
printed barcodes.
4. Connect the KDC to the host device by scanning the Bluetooth MAC Address Barcode.
Settings
Tap on Bluetooth
Scan the BT MAC Address
Barcode
Complete!
Tap on Pair
Figure 11 - Connecting KDC with a smart phone by scanning Bluetooth MAC Address Barcode
5. Open KTSync after it has been installed, and it will automatically find the KDC and
connect. (Refer to 2.2 KOAMTAC Installation Wizard for more information about installing
KTSync)
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2.2 KOAMTAC Installation Wizard
Windows 7 and 8
WARNING: DO NOT CONNECT KDC TO USB PORT PRIOR TO DRIVER INSTALLATION
1. Insert KOAMTAC Installation CD into the computer’s CD drive.
2. Click Start icon then My Computer icon.
A list of devices on the computer will
be displayed, including the disk drive containing the KOAMTAC Installation
CD.
3. Click on the KOAMTAC Installation CD icon, then the Setup directory.
Click
on the PC_Setup.exe file, which will execute the KTSync Setup Wizard.

Note

If the KTSync Setup Wizard locates an older version of KTSync on the
computer, the user will be prompted to remove the older program before
installing the new version. Select Remove KTSync then click Finish. When
removal is complete, click Close. Go to Step 2 to run KTSync Setup Wizard.
If there are any problems, please refer to 2.3 Manual Installation.
KTSync Setup Wizard
To install KTSync, follow the steps shown in the images below.
1. In the KTSync Setup Wizard window, click Next.
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2. In the License Agreement window, select “I Agree” and click Next.
3. In the KTSync Installation Complete window, click Close and wait for the Device Driver
Installation Wizard.
4. In the Windows Security window, click Install to complete installation.
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Connect KDC to Computer
Using the USB cable included with the KDC or built-in swing out US connector, follow the
directions below.
1. Connect KDC to PC.
2. Wait until the computer beeps and/or displays the message Found New Hardware.
Verify COM Port Address

The installed COM Port can be verified in Device Manager.
Android

Download and install aKTSync from the Android Play Store.
https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.koamtac.ktsync&hl
Blackberry

Download and install bKTSync from the Blackberry App World.
http://appworld.blackberry.com/webstore/content/16861?lang=en
iPad/iPhone/iPod touch

Download and install iKTSync from the Apple App Store.
http://itunes.apple.com/us/app/ktsync/id372916602?mt=8
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2.3 Manual Installation
Windows 7/8
1.
Insert the KOAMTAC Installation CD into the computer’s disk drive.
2.
Create a directory named KOAMTAC on the computer.
3.
Copy XP.Vista.7 directory from the KOAMTAC CD to the KoamTac directory.
XP.Vista.7 directory contains KTSync® programs for Microsoft® Windows XP,
Vista, Windows 7, and user manuals.
4.
Connect the KDC cable to the ultra mini USB connector on the KDC.
5.
Connect the KDC cable to the Type A USB connector on the computer. Wait
until the computer beeps and/or displays the message New Hardware Found.
The user will be prompted to search for a device driver for the KDC.
6.
Browse and select the KTReader.inf file from the KoamTac directory (created
in Step 2). Follow screen prompts to continue with the device driver
installation.
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3. Operating your KDC
3.1 Getting Started
Attach Lanyard/Hand Strap to KDC
To prevent possible damage to the KDC, we STRONGLY recommend wearing it around
the neck or hand, using the included Lanyard/Hand Strap. In addition, the user should
not swing the KDC by its Lanyard/Hand Strap. Impact with another object may cause the
KDC to malfunction or become damaged.
To attach the Lanyard:
KDC20/30
KDC100/200/300/350/400
1
Fit the thin end
of the Lanyard
through the
pillar of the
KDC.
2
Guide the thick
end of strap
through the thin
loop.
3
Pull the strap
tight to secure.
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Charge KDC Battery
Prior to using the KDC, the user should charge its battery by following the below instructions.
1.
Connect the KDC cable to the mini USB connector on the KDC.
2.
Connect the KDC cable to the Type A USB connector on the computer.
3.
The KDC battery will begin charging. Within a few minutes, the two small LEDs on the
front panel will illuminate orange. When the battery is fully charged, the LEDs will
illuminate green.
KDC100
KDC20/200
KDC30/250/300
KDC350
KDC400
2 Hours
2 Hours
4 Hours
5 Hours
5 Hours
Table 2 - Number of hours required to fully charge a KDC Battery
Configure KDC
The KDC is designed to meet the data collection requirements of many different industries in
a variety of dynamic situations. To deliver the best performance in these diverse
environments, the KDC is designed to be configured quickly and easily.
However, to perform at its optimum level, the KDC must be configured properly. Until the
user is familiar with the KDC configuration settings, it is recommended that the user DOES
NOT modify the KDC settings. The KDC can be configured by using three different methods,
which are explained in Section 3.3 – KDC Menus, Chapter 5 –Synchronization, and Appendix
C/D – Special Barcodes.
CONFIGURATION METHODS FOR THE KDC100/200/250/300/350

KDC Menu

KTSync®

Special Barcodes
Software
Press the Up and DOWN
Buttons simultaneously to
access the KDC menu.
Move the menu bar up and
down by pressing Up and
Down Buttons.
Select one of the
menus by pressing
the Scan Button.
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Figure 12 - Location of KDC Menu and use of buttons (KDC100/200/250/300)
Press the
Button to access the KDC menu.
Move the menu bar up and down by pressing the
and
Buttons, and configure the KDC by
pressing the SCAN Button to select a menu.
Figure 13 - Location and use of buttons on a keypad (KDC350)
CONFIGURATION METHODS FOR THE KDC20/30/400

KTSync® Software

Special Barcodes
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3.2 Basics
Read barcodes
To read a barcode using the KDC, simply point the KDC at a barcode and press the scan
button. Be sure to point the scan engine window at the barcode, not at the user’s face, and
make sure to position the light beam on the barcode.
If a barcode has been successfully scanned, the user will hear one short beep and the LEDs
will illuminate green. The scanned barcode data will be displayed on the KDC screen, along
with the scan time and battery level. Depending on the configuration of the KDC, other
information may also be displayed.
Figure 14 - KDC Display
Figure 15 - Scanning barcodes using KTSync
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If scanning was unsuccessful, the user will hear two short beeps, the LEDs will illuminate red,
and the message Failed reading… will display. If this is the case, the user should point the
KDC at the barcode and press the scan button while trying the following suggestions:

Modify the angle of the KDC in relation to the barcode, making the angle more wide
or narrow as needed.

Modify the distance between the barcode and the KDC, moving closer or further
away as needed.

Check the option settings defined in the KDC menu section and change options as
needed.

Check to see that the barcode’s width does not exceed the light beam’s width, and
vice versa.
Read barcodes with GPS coordinates (KDC350G)
The KDC350G can add GPS coordinates after the barcode data. To do so, the user can follow
the below instructions.
Because of the characteristics of GPS, this function is only available when
outdoors.
Note
1.
Go to GPS Power in GPS Menu and select Enable.
2.
Check to see if the KDC is successfully acquiring GPS data by selecting Acquire Test
in GPS Menu.
When the user selects the Acquire Test, an ‘Acquiring’ message will appear on the
screen. If this is the first test, check to make sure the ‘Acquired’ message appears
within 90 seconds of acquiring GPS signal.
3.
Go to System Config in the KDC Menu and select GPS data in Display Format.
4.
After finishing the configuration, scan a barcode as explained in 3.2.1 Reading
Barcodes.
When the user has successfully scanned a barocde, the barcode data and GPS
coordinate will appear on the KDC screen.
For more information, refer to 3.3 Menu - GPS Config (350G).
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Read NFC Tag (KDC350N/400N)
1. Enable the NFC Power option in the NFC Config menu.
2. Touch the NFC tag to the back of the KDC350N/450N case, and make sure the tag and
case are within 5cm of each other.
Figure 16 - Location for reading NFC Tag
3. The KDC will show the NFC tag UID and the user will hear a short beep if it has been
read successfully.
4. The KDC350N/450N can process “Mifare Ultra Light” and “Mifare Ultra Light C” data
only. Other types of tags should be processed in the host application.
Read HF RFID Tag (KDC450)
The KDC450 can virtually read any ISO/IEC 14443 A or B compliant smartcards, or ISO/IEC
15693 compliant HF RFID tags.
To read a HF RFID tag, touch the RFID card to the back of the KDC450 case, and make sure
the tag and case are within 5cm of each other. The user will hear a short beep if it has been
read successfully.
Input data by using a keypad (KDC350)
The KDC350 allows users to input barcode data by using its keypad. The user can switch
between Num mode and Abc mode by using the Mode button.
To switch between uppercase and lowercase letters, the user can press the Shift button while
in Abc mode. To save the data input, press the Enter or SCAN button.
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To cancel the data input, press the Menu button. Refer to 1.4 Input data by using a keypad
(KDC350) for more detailed information about the process.
Synchronizing data to the host device
Use the KTSync® program to synchronize barcode data from the KDC to the host device.
Please refer to Chapter 6. Synchronization for details.
3.3 KDC Menu
Top Menu
KDC Mode
Sub Menu
Options
KDC20
KDC30
KDC100
Normal
Default
Default
Default
Default
Default
Default
Default
Application
N/A
N/A
Custom
Application
Custom
Application
Custom
Application
View/Delet
e Data
Enabled
View/Delet
e Data
Enabled
View/Delete
Data
N/A
Custom
Applicatio
n
View/Dele
te Data
Enabled
View Data
View/Delete
N/A
N/A
Set Barcodes
(20/100/200/250
/350L/KDC410/
KDC415)
EAN13
Enabled/Disabled
Enabled
N/A
Custom
Applicati
on
View/Del
ete Data
Enabled
Set Barcodes
(30/300/350C/4
20/425/450)
KDC200
KDC250
KDC300
KDC350L
(opticon)
EAN8
Enabled/Disabled
Enabled
N/A
Enabled
Enabled
Enabled
N/A
Enabled
UPCA
Enabled/Disabled
Enabled
N/A
Enabled
Enabled
Enabled
N/A
Enabled
UPCE
Enabled/Disabled
Enabled
N/A
Enabled
Enabled
Enabled
N/A
Enabled
CODE39
Enabled/Disabled
Enabled
N/A
Enabled
Enabled
Enabled
N/A
Enabled
ITF14
Enabled/Disabled
Enabled
N/A
Enabled
Enabled
Enabled
N/A
Enabled
CODE128
Enabled/Disabled
Enabled
N/A
Enabled
Enabled
Enabled
N/A
Enabled
I2of5
Enabled/Disabled
Enabled
N/A
Enabled
Enabled
Enabled
N/A
Enabled
CODABAR
Enabled/Disabled
Enabled
N/A
Enabled
Enabled
Enabled
N/A
Enabled
GS1-128
Enabled/Disabled
Enabled
N/A
Enabled
Enabled
Enabled
N/A
Enabled
CODE93
Enabled/Disabled
Enabled
N/A
Enabled
Enabled
Enabled
N/A
Enabled
CODE35
Enabled/Disabled
Enabled
N/A
Enabled
Enabled
Enabled
N/A
Enabled
BooklandEAN
Enabled/Disabled
Disabled
N/A
Disabled
Disabled
Disabled
N/A
Disabled
EAN13withAd
don
EAN8withAdd
on
UPCAwithAdd
on
UPCEwithAdd
on
1D Symbology
Enabled/Disabled
Disabled
N/A
Disabled
Disabled
Disabled
N/A
Disabled
Enabled/Disabled
Disabled
N/A
Disabled
Disabled
Disabled
N/A
Disabled
Enabled/Disabled
Disabled
N/A
Disabled
Disabled
Disabled
N/A
Disabled
Enabled/Disabled
Disabled
N/A
Disabled
Disabled
Disabled
N/A
Disabled
Codabar
N/A
Enabled
N/A
N/A
N/A
Enabled
N/A
Code 11
N/A
Enabled
N/A
N/A
N/A
Enabled
N/A
Code 32
N/A
Enabled
N/A
N/A
N/A
Enabled
N/A
Code 39
N/A
Enabled
N/A
N/A
N/A
Enabled
N/A
Code 93
N/A
Enabled
N/A
N/A
N/A
Enabled
N/A
Code 128
N/A
Enabled
N/A
N/A
N/A
Enabled
N/A
EAN-8
N/A
Enabled
N/A
N/A
N/A
Enabled
N/A
EAN-13
N/A
Enabled
N/A
N/A
N/A
Enabled
N/A
GS1 Composit
N/A
Enabled
N/A
N/A
N/A
Enabled
N/A
I2of5
N/A
Enabled
N/A
N/A
N/A
Enabled
N/A
Matrix 2of5
N/A
Enabled
N/A
N/A
N/A
Enabled
N/A
MSI
N/A
Enabled
N/A
N/A
N/A
Enabled
N/A
Plessey
N/A
Enabled
N/A
N/A
N/A
Enabled
N/A
PosiCode
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
Enabled
N/A
GS1 Omni
N/A
Enabled
N/A
N/A
N/A
Enabled
N/A
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Postal Codes
OCR
Barcode
Options
(20/100/200/250
/350L/410/415)
CodaBar_NoS
tartStopChars
UPCE_as_UPC
A
EAN8_as_EAN
13
UPCE_as_EAN
13
ReturnCheckD
igit
VerifyCheckDi
git
UPCA_as_EA
N13
I2of5_VerifyCh
eckDigit
Code39_Verify
CheckDigit
I2of5_ReturnC
heckDigit
Code39_Retur
nCheckDigit
UPCE_Return
CheckDigit
UPCA_Return
CheckDigit
EAN8_Return
CheckDigit
EAN13_Return
CheckDigit
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GS1 Limited
N/A
Enabled
N/A
N/A
N/A
Enabled
N/A
GS1 Expanded
N/A
Enabled
N/A
N/A
N/A
Enabled
N/A
S2of5 Ind
N/A
Enabled
N/A
N/A
N/A
Enabled
N/A
S2of5 IATA
N/A
Enabled
N/A
N/A
N/A
Enabled
N/A
TLC39
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
Enabled
N/A
Telepen
N/A
Enabled
N/A
N/A
N/A
Enabled
N/A
Trioptic
N/A
Enabled
N/A
N/A
N/A
Enabled
N/A
UPCA
N/A
Enabled
N/A
N/A
N/A
Enabled
N/A
UPCE0
N/A
Enabled
N/A
N/A
N/A
Enabled
N/A
UPCE1
N/A
Enabled
N/A
N/A
N/A
Enabled
N/A
AztecCode
N/A
Enabled
N/A
N/A
N/A
Enabled
N/A
AztecRunes
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
Enabled
N/A
CodablockF
N/A
Enabled
N/A
N/A
N/A
Enabled
N/A
Code16K
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
Enabled
N/A
Code49
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
Enabled
N/A
DataMatrix
N/A
Enabled
N/A
N/A
N/A
Enabled
N/A
MaxiCode
N/A
Enabled
N/A
N/A
N/A
Enabled
N/A
MicroPDF
N/A
Enabled
N/A
N/A
N/A
Enabled
N/A
PDF417
N/A
Enabled
N/A
N/A
N/A
Enabled
N/A
QRCode
N/A
Enabled
N/A
N/A
N/A
Enabled
N/A
HanXin Code
N/A
Enabled
N/A
N/A
N/A
Enabled
N/A
Postnet
N/A
Enabled
N/A
N/A
N/A
Enabled
N/A
PlanetCode
N/A
Enabled
N/A
N/A
N/A
Enabled
N/A
UK Post
N/A
Enabled
N/A
N/A
N/A
Enabled
N/A
Canada Post
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
Enabled
N/A
Kix Post
N/A
Enabled
N/A
N/A
N/A
Enabled
N/A
Australia Post
N/A
Enabled
N/A
N/A
N/A
Enabled
N/A
Japan Post
N/A
Enabled
N/A
N/A
N/A
Enabled
N/A
China Post
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
Enabled
N/A
Korea Post
N/A
Enabled
N/A
N/A
N/A
Enabled
N/A
OCR Off
N/A
Enabled
N/A
N/A
N/A
Enabled
N/A
OCR A
N/A
Disabled
N/A
N/A
N/A
Disabled
N/A
OCR B
N/A
Disabled
N/A
N/A
N/A
Disabled
N/A
OCR USC
N/A
Disabled
N/A
N/A
N/A
Disabled
N/A
OCR MICR
N/A
Disabled
N/A
N/A
N/A
Disabled
N/A
OCR SEMI
N/A
Disabled
N/A
N/A
N/A
Disabled
N/A
Enabled/Disabled
Disabled
N/A
Disabled
Disabled
Disabled
N/A
Disabled
Enabled/Disabled
Disabled
N/A
Disabled
Disabled
Disabled
N/A
Disabled
Enabled/Disabled
Disabled
N/A
Disabled
Disabled
Disabled
N/A
Disabled
Enabled/Disabled
Disabled
N/A
Disabled
Disabled
Disabled
N/A
Disabled
Enabled/Disabled
Disabled
N/A
Disabled
Disabled
Disabled
N/A
Disabled
Enabled/Disabled
Disabled
N/A
Disabled
Disabled
Disabled
N/A
Disabled
Enabled/Disabled
Disabled
N/A
Disabled
Disabled
Disabled
N/A
Disabled
Enabled/Disabled
Disabled
N/A
Disabled
Disabled
Disabled
N/A
Disabled
Enabled/Disabled
Disabled
N/A
Disabled
Disabled
Disabled
N/A
Disabled
Enabled/Disabled
Disabled
N/A
Disabled
Disabled
Disabled
N/A
Disabled
Enabled/Disabled
Disabled
N/A
Disabled
Disabled
Disabled
N/A
Disabled
Enabled/Disabled
Enabled
N/A
Enabled
Enabled
Enabled
N/A
Enabled
Enabled/Disabled
Enabled
N/A
Enabled
Enabled
Enabled
N/A
Enabled
Enabled/Disabled
Enabled
N/A
Enabled
Enabled
Enabled
N/A
Enabled
Enabled/Disabled
Enabled
N/A
Enabled
Enabled
Enabled
N/A
Enabled
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20/425/450)
Codabar
Code39
I2of5
Code11
Code128
Telepen
UPCA
UPCE
EAN-13
EAN-8
OPERATING YOUR KDC
Tx
StartStop(Enabled/Dis
abled)
N/A
Disabled
Check
Digit(DoNotVerify/Verf
yDONotTX/VerifyDoTx
)
Concatenate(Disabled
/Enabled/Required)
Tx
StartStop(Enabled/Dis
abled)
Check
Digit(DoNotVerify/Verf
yDONotTX/VerifyDoTx
)
Append(Enabled/Disa
bled)
Full
ASCII(Enabled/Disable
d)
Check
Digit(DoNotVerify/Verf
yDONotTX/VerifyDoTx
)
Check Digit(2 digits/1
digit)
Concatenate(Disabled
/Enabled)
Output(Original/AIM)
N/A
DoNotVerify
N/A
N/A
N/A
VerifyChkDgt(Enabled/
Disabled)
NumberSys(Enabled/D
isabled)
2DgtAddenda(Enable
d/Disabled)
5DgtAddenda(Enable
d/Disabled)
Req.
Addenda(Enabled/Dis
abled)
Sep.
Addenda(Enabled/Dis
abled)
Coupon
Code(Enabled/Disable
d)
Expand(Enabled/Disab
led)
Req.
Addenda(Enabled/Dis
abled)
Sep.
Addenda(Enabled/Dis
abled)
Check
Digit(Enabled/Disable
d)
NumberSys(Enabled/D
isabled)
2DgtAddenda(Enable
d/Disabled)
5DgtAddenda(Enable
d/Disabled)
VerifyChkDgt(Enabled/
Disabled)
2DgtAddenda(Enable
d/Disabled)
5DgtAddenda(Enable
d/Disabled)
Req.
Addenda(Enabled/Dis
abled)
Sep.
Addenda(Enabled/Dis
abled)
ISBN
Trans.(Enabled/Disabl
ed)
VerifyChkDgt(Enabled/
Disabled)
2DgtAddenda(Enable
d/Disabled)
5DgtAddenda(Enable
d/Disabled)
N/A
N/A
N/A
Disabled
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
DoNotVerify
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
Enabled
N/A
Disabled
N/A
N/A
N/A
Disabled
N/A
DoNotVerify
N/A
N/A
N/A
DoNotVerify
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
Disabled
N/A
N/A
Disabled
N/A
N/A
N/A
Disabled
N/A
N/A
DoNotVerify
N/A
N/A
N/A
DoNotVerify
N/A
N/A
2 digits
N/A
N/A
N/A
2 digits
N/A
N/A
Disabled
N/A
N/A
N/A
Disabled
N/A
N/A
Always AIM
N/A
N/A
N/A
AIM
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
Enabled
N/A
N/A
Always
Enabled
Enabled
N/A
N/A
N/A
Enabled
N/A
N/A
Disabled
N/A
N/A
N/A
Disabled
N/A
N/A
Disabled
N/A
N/A
N/A
Disabled
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
Disabled
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
Enabled
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
Enabled
N/A
N/A
Disabled
N/A
N/A
N/A
Disabled
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
Disabled
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
Enabled
N/A
N/A
Enabled
N/A
N/A
N/A
Enabled
N/A
N/A
Enabled
N/A
N/A
N/A
Enabled
N/A
N/A
Disabled
N/A
N/A
N/A
Disabled
N/A
N/A
Disabled
N/A
N/A
N/A
Disabled
N/A
N/A
Enabled
N/A
N/A
N/A
Enabled
N/A
N/A
Disabled
N/A
N/A
N/A
Disabled
N/A
N/A
Disabled
N/A
N/A
N/A
Disabled
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
Disabled
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
Enabled
N/A
N/A
Disabled
N/A
N/A
N/A
Disabled
N/A
N/A
Enabled
N/A
N/A
N/A
Enabled
N/A
N/A
Disabled
N/A
N/A
N/A
Disabled
N/A
N/A
Disabled
N/A
N/A
N/A
Disabled
N/A
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Addenda(Enabled/Dis
abled)
N/A
Disabled
N/A
N/A
N/A
Disabled
N/A
N/A
Enabled
N/A
N/A
N/A
Enabled
N/A
N/A
Disabled
N/A
N/A
N/A
Disabled
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
A&B
LimitedB
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
Disabled
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
No Emulate
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
Disabled
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
Disabled
N/A
Scan Angle
Sep.
Addenda(Enabled/Dis
abled)
Tx
CheckChar(Enabled/Di
sabled)
A and B/A&B
LimitedA/A&B
LimitedB
UPCEAN
Ver.(Enabled/Disabled
)
GS1 Emulation(No
Emulate/GS1 128
Emul/GS1 Emulate)
Tx
CheckChar(Enabled/Di
sabled)
Tx
CheckChar(Enabled/Di
sabled)
Narrow/Wide
Wide
N/A
Wide
Wide
Wide
N/A
Wide
Filter
Normal/High
Normal
N/A
Normal
Normal
Normal
N/A
Normal
Time Out
.5 seconds to 10
seconds
2 second(s)
2 second(s)
2 second(s)
2 second(s)
2 second(s)
2
second(s)
Min. Barcode
Length
Min. Barcode
Length
Security Level
2 to 36 characters
4 chars
N/A
2
second(s
)
4 chars
4 chars
4 chars
N/A
4 chars
2 to 48 characters
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
4 chars
N/A
1 to 4 level
2 level
N/A
2 level
2 level
2 level
N/A
2 level
Image
Capture
Auto Trigger
Enabled/Disabled
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
Disabled
N/A
Enabled/Disabled
Disabled
Disabled
Disabled
Disabled
Disabled
Disabled
Disabled
Reread Delay
Medium
Medium
Medium
Medium
Medium
Medium
Medium
Finger Trigger
Continuous, Short,
Medium, Long, Extra
Long
Enabled/Disabled
N/A
N/A
Enabled
Enabled
Enabled
N/A
Enabled
Partial Display
Start Position
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
No. of Char(s)
0 chars
0 chars
0 chars
0 chars
0 chars
0 chars
0 chars
Action
Select
Select
Select
Select
Select
Select
Select
Default
Default
Default
Default
Default
Default
Default
Default
Default
Default
Default
Default
Default
Default
Delete
Delete
Delete
Delete
Delete
Delete
Delete
Delete
Delete
Delete
Delete
Delete
Delete
Delete
Delete
Delete
None/In Prefix/In
Suffix
Start Position
None
None
None
None
None
None
None
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
No. of Char(s)
0 chars
0 chars
0 chars
0 chars
0 chars
0 chars
0 chars
Action
Select
Select
Select
Select
Select
Select
Select
Handshake
Enable/Disabled
Disabled
Disabled
Disabled
Disabled
Disabled
Disabled
Disabled
Terminator
CR+LF
CR+LF
CR+LF
CR+LF
CR+LF
CR+LF
CR+LF
Chk Duplicate
None, CR, LF, CR+LF,
Tab, Right Arrow, Left
Arrow,Down Arrow, Up
Arrow
Enabled/Disabled
Disabled
Disabled
Disabled
Disabled
Disabled
Disabled
Disabled
Enter Key
Enabled/Disabled
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
Disabled
Extend Key
Enabled/Disabled
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
Disabled
ConnectDevic
e
(Non Mfi
mode)
SPP
Default
Default
N/A
Default
Default
Default
Default
MSI
PosiCode
GS1
PostNet
PlanetCode
Scan Options
Data Process
OPERATING YOUR KDC
Wedge / Store
Wedge Only
Wedge & Store Always
Store Only
Save if Sent
Save if Not Sent
Data Format
Barcode only
Packet Data
Data
Editor/Prefix
Data
Editor/Suffix
Data
Editor/AIM ID
Data
Editor/Partial
Data
BT Config
HID iOS
N/A
SPP2.0
N/A
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N/A
ConnectDevic
e
(Mfi mode )
SPP
N/A
MFi(iPhone)
Default
Default
N/A
Default
Default
Default
Default
Auto Connect
Enabled/Disabled
Disabled
Disabled
N/A
Disabled
Disabled
Disabled
Disabled
Auto
Reconnect
Enabled/Disabled
Disabled
Disabled
N/A
Disabled
Disabled
Disabled
Disabled
Auto Power
On
Auto Power
On/Power On
Time
Auto Power
Off
Auto Power
Off/Beep
Warning
Auto Power
Off/Power Off
Time
PowerOff Msg
Enabled/Disabled
Disabled
Disabled
N/A
Disabled
Disabled
Disabled
Disabled
disabled, 1sec to
10second(s)
Disabled
Disabled
N/A
Disabled
Disabled
Disabled
Disabled
Enabled/Disabled
Disabled
Disabled
N/A
Disabled
Disabled
Disabled
Disabled
Enabled/Disabled
Disabled
Disabled
N/A
Disabled
Disabled
Disabled
Disabled
1 to 30 minutes
Disabled
Disabled
N/A
Disabled
Disabled
Disabled
Disabled
Enabled/Disabled
Disabled
Disabled
N/A
Disabled
Disabled
Disabled
Disabled
MAC Address
Wakeup Nulls
12 Characters
Bluetooth MAC
Address
v1.2.xrt Bluetooth
Firmware Version
Enabled/Disabled
Disabled
Disabled
N/A
Disabled
Disabled
Disabled
Disabled
Connect Alert
Enabled/Disabled
Disabled
Disabled
N/A
Disabled
Disabled
Disabled
Disabled
BT Toggle
Enabled/Disabled
Enabled
Enabled
N/A
Enabled
Enabled
Enabled
Enabled
DisconnectBtn
Enabled/Disabled
Enabled
Enabled
N/A
Enabled
Enabled
Enabled
Enabled
HID AutoLock
disabled,1,2,3,4,5,10,1
5 minutes
US,German,French,
Italian,Spanish
Disabled, 1,2,3,5,10
secs
Disabled,10, 20, 30, 50,
100msec
1 minutes
1 minutes
N/A
1 minutes
1 minutes
1 minutes
1 minutes
US
US
N/A
US
US
US
US
Disabled
Disabled
N/A
Disabled
Disabled
Disabled
Disabled
Disabled
Disabled
N/A
Disabled
Disabled
Disabled
Disabled
Disabled,
Alt+Numpad,
^+Character, Replace
to |
Enabled/Disabled
Disabled
Disabled
N/A
Disabled
Disabled
Disabled
Disabled
Enabled
Enabled
N/A
Enabled
Enabled
Enabled
Enabled
BT FW Version
HID Keyboard
HID
Delay/Initial
HID
Delay/Inter
char
HID Ctrl Char
BT Service
OPERATING YOUR KDC
Power
Pairing
Discovering
Connecting to
N/A
N/A
Pairing neighboring
Bluetooth devices
Discovering
neighboring Bluetooth
devices
View Connect to
Bluetooth device
N/A
N/A
N/A
HID Sync
USB ConfigUSB Mode
Disabled
(M model)
USB ConfigUSB Disk Mode
(M model)
USB ConfigUSB HID
(M model)
N/A
USB Mode
Disabled/USB
Disk/USB HID
Disabled
Disabled
Disabled
Disabled
Disabled
Disabled
Disabled
USB Mode
Disabled/USB
Disk/USB HID
N/A
N/A
USB
Disk
USB Disk
USB Disk
USB Disk
USB Disk
Record Format
Data,DataTime,
DataType,DataTime
Type
N/A
N/A
Data
Data
Data
Data
Data
Disk Format
Format KDC USB Disk
N/A
N/A
USB Mode
Disabled/USB
Disk/USB HID
USB HID
USB HID
USB HID
USB HID
USB HID
USB HID
USB HID
Record Format
Data,DataTime,
DataType,DataTime
Type
Data
Data
Data
Data
Data
Data
Data
HID Options/
HID Keyboard
US,German,French
,Italian,Spanish
US
US
US
US
US
US
US
Disabled
Disabled
Disabled
Disabled
Disabled
Disabled
Disabled
HID Options/
HID Ctrl Char
Disabled,
Alt+Numpad,
^+Character, Replace
to |
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HID Sync
NFC Config
(N model)
GPS Config
(G model)
System
Config
OPERATING YOUR KDC
Synchronize Data
NFC Power
Enabled/Disabled
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
Enabled
Data Format
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
UID Only
Barcode only/Packet
Data
Enabled/Disabled
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
Packet
Data
Disabled
GPS Power
Enabled/Disabled
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
Disabled
N/A
Disabled
Power Mode
Normal/Power Save
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
Normal
N/A
Normal
Bypass Data
Enabled/Disabled
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
Disabled
N/A
Disabled
Acqurie Test
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
Reset GPS
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
0.5M/3.5
M
0.5M/3.5M
Memory Size(3
.0 only)
Memory Statu
s
Reset Memory
0.5/3.5, 1/3, 2/2, 3/1,
4/0
No. of Stored
Barcodes
Free Memory
Available
Memory(Empties Data)
N/A
N/A
0.5M/3.5M
0.5M/3.5M
0.5M/3.5
M
Application Memory
Auto Erase
Disabled
Disabled
Disabled
Disabled
Disabled
Disabled
Disabled
5 second(s)
5 second(s)
5
second(s
)
5 second(s)
5 second(s)
5 second(s)
5
second(s)
YYYY:MM:DD &
HH:MM:SS
% of Battery Charge
Available
Firmware Version &
Serial No.
Enabled/Disabled
Disabled
Disabled
Disabled
Disabled
Disabled
Disabled
Disabled
Beep Alert
/Beep Sound
Beep Alert
/Power On
Beep
Beep Alert
/Beep On
Connect
Beep Alert
/Beep On
Scan
Beep Volume
Enabled/Disabled
Enabled
Enabled
Enabled
Enabled
Enabled
Enabled
Enabled
Enabled/Disabled
Enabled
Enabled
Enabled
Enabled
Enabled
Enabled
Enabled
Enabled/Disabled
Enabled
Enabled
Enabled
Enabled
Enabled
Enabled
Enabled
Enabled/Disabled
Enabled
Enabled
Enabled
Enabled
Enabled
Enabled
Enabled
Low/High
Low
Low
Low
Low
Low
Low
Low
Mfi
( i-chip
installed)
Auto Exit
Enabled/Disabled
Enabled
Enabled
N/A
Enabled
Enabled
Enabled
Enabled
Enabled/Disabled
N/A
N/A
Enabled
Enabled
Enabled
Enabled
Enabled
Port Status
Enabled/Disabled
N/A
N/A
Enabled
Enabled
Enabled
Enabled
Enabled
Display
Format
N/A
N/A
Time &
Battery
Time &
Battery
Time &
Battery
Time &
Battery
Time &
Battery
Menu Barcode
Time & Battery / Type
& Time / Type &
Battery / Memory
Status / GPS
Data(KDC250
only)/Barcode Only
Enabled/Disabled
N/A
Disabled
N/A
N/A
N/A
Disabled
N/A
Scrolling
Enabled/Disabled
N/A
N/A
Enabled
Enabled
Enabled
Enabled
Enabled
Brightness
1 to 15 level(8 level)
N/A
N/A
8 level
8 level
8 level
8 level
8 level
Factory
Default
Data Format
Restores Default
Settings
MSR Data Only
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
Packet Data
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
Use Track1
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
Use Track2
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
Use Track3
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
Enabled/Disabled
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
Sleep Timeout
Disabled, 1sec to
10minute(s)
Date / Time
Battery
Version
Button Lock
MSR Config
BT Registry(KDC100
Not use)
Enabled/Disabled
Beep on error
reading
Encrypt MSR
Data
AES Key
Length
Card Type
Enabled/Disabled
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
128bit/192bit/256bit
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
ISO/OTHER 1/AAMVA
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
Track
Separator
None/Space/Comma/
Semicolon/CR/LF/CR&
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
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LF/Tab
Attach
Start/End
Sentinel
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
Partial Data
Start Position
Partial Data
Length
Partial Data
Action
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
Erase/Select
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Sub Menu
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Options
KDC350L
(N4303/SE96
0)
KDC350C
KDC410
KDC415
KDC420
KDC425
KDC430
KDC450
Normal
Default
Default
Default
Default
Default
Default
Default
Default
Application
Custom
Application
View/Delete
Data
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
View Data
View/Delete
Set Barcodes
(20/100/200/250
/350L/KDC410/KD
C415)
EAN13
Enabled/Disabled
Custom
Application
View/Delete
Data
Enabled
Enabled
Enabled
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
EAN8
Enabled/Disabled
Enabled
N/A
Enabled
Enabled
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
UPCA
Enabled/Disabled
Enabled
N/A
Enabled
Enabled
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
UPCE
Enabled/Disabled
Enabled
N/A
Enabled
Enabled
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
CODE39
Enabled/Disabled
Enabled
N/A
Enabled
Enabled
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
ITF14
Enabled/Disabled
Enabled
N/A
Enabled
Enabled
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
CODE128
Enabled/Disabled
Enabled
N/A
Enabled
Enabled
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
I2of5
Enabled/Disabled
Enabled
N/A
Enabled
Enabled
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
CODABAR
Enabled/Disabled
Enabled
N/A
Enabled
Enabled
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
GS1-128
Enabled/Disabled
Enabled
N/A
Enabled
Enabled
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
CODE93
Enabled/Disabled
Enabled
N/A
Enabled
Enabled
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
CODE35
Enabled/Disabled
Enabled
N/A
Enabled
Enabled
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
BooklandEAN
Enabled/Disabled
Disabled
N/A
Disabled
Disabled
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
EAN13withAdd
on
EAN8withAddo
n
UPCAwithAddo
n
UPCEwithAddo
n
1D Symbology
Enabled/Disabled
Disabled
N/A
Disabled
Disabled
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
Enabled/Disabled
Disabled
N/A
Disabled
Disabled
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
Enabled/Disabled
Disabled
N/A
Disabled
Disabled
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
Enabled/Disabled
Disabled
N/A
Disabled
Disabled
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
Codabar
N/A
Enabled
N/A
N/A
Enabled
Enabled
N/A
Enabled
Code 11
N/A
Enabled
N/A
N/A
Enabled
Enabled
N/A
Enabled
Code 32
N/A
Enabled
N/A
N/A
Enabled
Enabled
N/A
Enabled
Code 39
N/A
Enabled
N/A
N/A
Enabled
Enabled
N/A
Enabled
Code 93
N/A
Enabled
N/A
N/A
Enabled
Enabled
N/A
Enabled
Code 128
N/A
Enabled
N/A
N/A
Enabled
Enabled
N/A
Enabled
EAN-8
N/A
Enabled
N/A
N/A
Enabled
Enabled
N/A
Enabled
EAN-13
N/A
Enabled
N/A
N/A
Enabled
Enabled
N/A
Enabled
GS1 Composit
N/A
Enabled
N/A
N/A
Enabled
Enabled
N/A
Enabled
I2of5
N/A
Enabled
N/A
N/A
Enabled
Enabled
N/A
Enabled
Matrix 2of5
N/A
Enabled
N/A
N/A
Enabled
Enabled
N/A
Enabled
MSI
N/A
Enabled
N/A
N/A
Enabled
Enabled
N/A
Enabled
Plessey
N/A
Enabled
N/A
N/A
Enabled
Enabled
N/A
Enabled
PosiCode
N/A
Enabled
N/A
N/A
Enabled
Enabled
N/A
Enabled
GS1 Omni
N/A
Enabled
N/A
N/A
Enabled
Enabled
N/A
Enabled
GS1 Limited
N/A
Enabled
N/A
N/A
Enabled
Enabled
N/A
Enabled
GS1 Expanded
N/A
Enabled
N/A
N/A
Enabled
Enabled
N/A
Enabled
S2of5 Ind
N/A
Enabled
N/A
N/A
Enabled
Enabled
N/A
Enabled
S2of5 IATA
N/A
Enabled
N/A
N/A
Enabled
Enabled
N/A
Enabled
TLC39
N/A
Enabled
N/A
N/A
Enabled
Enabled
N/A
Enabled
Telepen
N/A
Enabled
N/A
N/A
Enabled
Enabled
N/A
Enabled
Trioptic
N/A
Enabled
N/A
N/A
Enabled
Enabled
N/A
Enabled
UPCA
N/A
Enabled
N/A
N/A
Enabled
Enabled
N/A
Enabled
UPCE0
N/A
Enabled
N/A
N/A
Enabled
Enabled
N/A
Enabled
UPCE1
N/A
Enabled
N/A
N/A
Enabled
Enabled
N/A
Enabled
AztecCode
N/A
Enabled
N/A
N/A
Enabled
Enabled
N/A
Enabled
AztecRunes
N/A
Enabled
N/A
N/A
Enabled
Enabled
N/A
Enabled
CodablockF
N/A
Enabled
N/A
N/A
Enabled
Enabled
N/A
Enabled
Code16K
N/A
Enabled
N/A
N/A
Enabled
Enabled
N/A
Enabled
Code49
N/A
Enabled
N/A
N/A
Enabled
Enabled
N/A
Enabled
DataMatrix
N/A
Enabled
N/A
N/A
Enabled
Enabled
N/A
Enabled
MaxiCode
N/A
Enabled
N/A
N/A
Enabled
Enabled
N/A
Enabled
MicroPDF
N/A
Enabled
N/A
N/A
Enabled
Enabled
N/A
Enabled
PDF417
N/A
Enabled
N/A
N/A
Enabled
Enabled
N/A
Enabled
Set Barcodes
(30/300/350C/420/
425/450)
2D Symbology
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OCR
Barcode Options
(20/100/200/250
/350L/410/415)
Barcode Options
(30/300/350C/420/
425/450)
CodaBar_NoSt
artStopChars
UPCE_as_UPC
A
EAN8_as_EAN
13
UPCE_as_EAN
13
ReturnCheckDi
git
VerifyCheckDig
it
UPCA_as_EAN
13
I2of5_VerifyChe
ckDigit
Code39_Verify
CheckDigit
I2of5_ReturnCh
eckDigit
Code39_Return
CheckDigit
UPCE_ReturnC
heckDigit
UPCA_ReturnC
heckDigit
EAN8_ReturnC
heckDigit
EAN13_Return
CheckDigit
Codabar
Code39
I2of5
Code11
Code128
OPERATING YOUR KDC
QRCode
N/A
Enabled
N/A
N/A
Enabled
Enabled
N/A
Enabled
HanXin Code
N/A
Enabled
N/A
N/A
Enabled
Enabled
N/A
Enabled
Postnet
N/A
Enabled
N/A
N/A
Enabled
Enabled
N/A
Enabled
PlanetCode
N/A
Enabled
N/A
N/A
Enabled
Enabled
N/A
Enabled
UK Post
N/A
Enabled
N/A
N/A
Enabled
Enabled
N/A
Enabled
Canada Post
N/A
Enabled
N/A
N/A
Enabled
Enabled
N/A
Enabled
Kix Post
N/A
Enabled
N/A
N/A
Enabled
Enabled
N/A
Enabled
Australia Post
N/A
Enabled
N/A
N/A
Enabled
Enabled
N/A
Enabled
Japan Post
N/A
Enabled
N/A
N/A
Enabled
Enabled
N/A
Enabled
China Post
N/A
Enabled
N/A
N/A
Enabled
Enabled
N/A
Enabled
Korea Post
N/A
Enabled
N/A
N/A
Enabled
Enabled
N/A
Enabled
OCR Off
N/A
Enabled
N/A
N/A
Enabled
Enable
N/A
Enable
OCR A
N/A
Disabled
N/A
N/A
Disabled
Disabled
N/A
Disabled
OCR B
N/A
Disabled
N/A
N/A
Disabled
Disabled
N/A
Disabled
OCR USC
N/A
Disabled
N/A
N/A
Disabled
Disabled
N/A
Disabled
OCR MICR
N/A
Disabled
N/A
N/A
Disabled
Disabled
N/A
Disabled
OCR SEMI
N/A
Disabled
N/A
N/A
Disabled
Disabled
N/A
Disabled
Enabled/Disabled
Disabled
N/A
Disabled
Disabled
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
Enabled/Disabled
Disabled
N/A
Disabled
Disabled
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
Enabled/Disabled
Disabled
N/A
Disabled
Disabled
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
Enabled/Disabled
Disabled
N/A
Disabled
Disabled
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
Enabled/Disabled
Disabled
N/A
Disabled
Disabled
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
Enabled/Disabled
Disabled
N/A
Disabled
Disabled
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
Enabled/Disabled
Disabled
N/A
Disabled
Disabled
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
Enabled/Disabled
Disabled
N/A
Disabled
Disabled
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
Enabled/Disabled
Disabled
N/A
Disabled
Disabled
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
Enabled/Disabled
Disabled
N/A
Disabled
Disabled
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
Enabled/Disabled
Disabled
N/A
Disabled
Disabled
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
Enabled/Disabled
Enabled
N/A
Enabled
Enabled
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
Enabled/Disabled
Enabled
N/A
Enabled
Enabled
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
Enabled/Disabled
Enabled
N/A
Enabled
Enabled
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
Enabled/Disabled
Enabled
N/A
Enabled
Enabled
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
Tx
StartStop(Enabled/
Disabled)
Check
Digit(DoNotVerify/V
erfyDONotTX/Verify
DoTx)
Concatenate(Disabl
ed/Enabled/Require
d)
Tx
StartStop(Enabled/
Disabled)
Check
Digit(DoNotVerify/V
erfyDONotTX/Verify
DoTx)
Append(Enabled/Di
sabled)
Full
ASCII(Enabled/Disa
bled)
Check
Digit(DoNotVerify/V
erfyDONotTX/Verify
DoTx)
Check Digit(2
digits/1 digit)
Concatenate(Disabl
ed/Enabled)
N/A
Disabled
N/A
N/A
Disabled
Disabled
N/A
Disabled
N/A
DoNotVerify
N/A
N/A
DoNotVerify
DoNotVerify
N/A
DoNotVerify
N/A
Enabled
N/A
N/A
Enabled
Enabled
N/A
Enabled
N/A
Disabled
N/A
N/A
Disabled
Disabled
N/A
Disabled
N/A
DoNotVerify
N/A
N/A
DoNotVerify
DoNotVerify
N/A
DoNotVerify
N/A
Disabled
N/A
N/A
Disabled
Disabled
N/A
Disabled
N/A
Disabled
N/A
N/A
Disabled
Disabled
N/A
Disabled
N/A
DoNotVerify
N/A
N/A
DoNotVerify
DoNotVerify
N/A
DoNotVerify
N/A
2 digits
N/A
N/A
2 digits
2 digits
N/A
2 digits
N/A
Disabled
N/A
N/A
Disabled
Disabled
N/A
Disabled
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Output(Original/AI
M)
N/A
AIM
N/A
N/A
AIM
AIM
N/A
AIM
UPCA
N/A
Enabled
N/A
N/A
Enabled
Enabled
N/A
Enabled
N/A
Enabled
N/A
N/A
Enabled
Enabled
N/A
Enabled
N/A
Disabled
N/A
N/A
Disabled
Disabled
N/A
Disabled
N/A
Disabled
N/A
N/A
Disabled
Disabled
N/A
Disabled
N/A
Disabled
N/A
N/A
Disabled
Disabled
N/A
Disabled
N/A
Enabled
N/A
N/A
Enabled
Enabled
N/A
Enabled
N/A
Enabled
N/A
N/A
Enabled
Enabled
N/A
Enabled
N/A
Disabled
N/A
N/A
Disabled
Disabled
N/A
Disabled
N/A
Disabled
N/A
N/A
Disabled
Disabled
N/A
Disabled
N/A
Enabled
N/A
N/A
Enabled
Enabled
N/A
Enabled
N/A
Enabled
N/A
N/A
Enabled
Enabled
N/A
Enabled
N/A
Enabled
N/A
N/A
Enabled
Enabled
N/A
Enabled
N/A
Disabled
N/A
N/A
Disabled
Disabled
N/A
Disabled
N/A
Disabled
N/A
N/A
Disabled
Disabled
N/A
Disabled
N/A
Enabled
N/A
N/A
Enabled
Enabled
N/A
Enabled
N/A
Disabled
N/A
N/A
Disabled
Disabled
N/A
Disabled
N/A
Disabled
N/A
N/A
Disabled
Disabled
N/A
Disabled
N/A
Disabled
N/A
N/A
Disabled
Disabled
N/A
Disabled
N/A
Enabled
N/A
N/A
Enabled
Enabled
N/A
Enabled
N/A
Disabled
N/A
N/A
Disabled
Disabled
N/A
Disabled
N/A
Enabled
N/A
N/A
Enabled
Enabled
N/A
Enabled
N/A
Disabled
N/A
N/A
Disabled
Disabled
N/A
Disabled
N/A
Disabled
N/A
N/A
Disabled
Disabled
N/A
Disabled
N/A
Disabled
N/A
N/A
Disabled
Disabled
N/A
Disabled
N/A
Enabled
N/A
N/A
Enabled
Enabled
N/A
Enabled
N/A
Disabled
N/A
N/A
Disabled
Disabled
N/A
Disabled
N/A
A&B
LimitedB
N/A
N/A
A&B
LimitedB
A&B
LimitedB
N/A
A&B
LimitedB
N/A
Disabled
N/A
N/A
Disabled
Disabled
N/A
Disabled
N/A
No Emulate
N/A
N/A
No Emulate
No Emulate
N/A
No Emulate
N/A
Disabled
N/A
N/A
Disabled
Disabled
N/A
Disabled
N/A
Disabled
N/A
N/A
Disabled
Disabled
N/A
Disabled
Scan Angle
VerifyChkDgt(Enabl
ed/Disabled)
NumberSys(Enabled
/Disabled)
2DgtAddenda(Enabl
ed/Disabled)
5DgtAddenda(Enabl
ed/Disabled)
Req.
Addenda(Enabled/
Disabled)
Sep.
Addenda(Enabled/
Disabled)
Coupon
Code(Enabled/Disa
bled)
Expand(Enabled/Dis
abled)
Req.
Addenda(Enabled/
Disabled)
Sep.
Addenda(Enabled/
Disabled)
Check
Digit(Enabled/Disab
led)
NumberSys(Enabled
/Disabled)
2DgtAddenda(Enabl
ed/Disabled)
5DgtAddenda(Enabl
ed/Disabled)
VerifyChkDgt(Enabl
ed/Disabled)
2DgtAddenda(Enabl
ed/Disabled)
5DgtAddenda(Enabl
ed/Disabled)
Req.
Addenda(Enabled/
Disabled)
Sep.
Addenda(Enabled/
Disabled)
ISBN
Trans.(Enabled/Disa
bled)
VerifyChkDgt(Enabl
ed/Disabled)
2DgtAddenda(Enabl
ed/Disabled)
5DgtAddenda(Enabl
ed/Disabled)
Req.
Addenda(Enabled/
Disabled)
Sep.
Addenda(Enabled/
Disabled)
Tx
CheckChar(Enabled
/Disabled)
A and B/A&B
LimitedA/A&B
LimitedB
UPCEAN
Ver.(Enabled/Disabl
ed)
GS1 Emulation(No
Emulate/GS1 128
Emul/GS1 Emulate)
Tx
CheckChar(Enabled
/Disabled)
Tx
CheckChar(Enabled
/Disabled)
Narrow/Wide
N/A
N/A
Wide
Wide
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
Filter
Normal/High
N/A
N/A
Normal
Normal
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
Time Out
.5 seconds to 10
seconds
2 second(s)
2 second(s)
2
second(s)
2
second(s)
2 second(s)
2 second(s)
N/A
2 second(s)
UPCE
EAN-13
EAN-8
MSI
PosiCode
GS1
PostNet
PlanetCode
Scan Options
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Min. Barcode
Length
Min. Barcode
Length
Security Level
2 to 36 characters
4 chars
N/A
4 chars
4 chars
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
2 to 48 characters
N/A
4 chars
N/A
N/A
4 chars
4 chars
N/A
4 chars
1 to 4 level
2 level
N/A
2 level
2 level
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
Image Capture
Enabled/Disabled
N/A
Disabled
N/A
N/A
Disabled
Disabled
N/A
Disabled
Auto Trigger
Enabled/Disabled
Disabled
Disabled
Disabled
Disabled
Disabled
Disabled
N/A
Disabled
Reread Delay
Medium
Medium
Medium
Medium
Medium
Medium
N/A
Medium
Finger Trigger
Continuous, Short,
Medium, Long,
Extra Long
Enabled/Disabled
Enabled
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
Partial Display
Start Position
1
1
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
No. of Char(s)
0 chars
0 chars
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
Action
Select
Select
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
Default
Default
Default
Default
Default
Default
Default
Default
Default
Default
Default
Default
Default
Default
N/A
Default
Delete
Delete
Delete
Delete
Delete
Delete
Delete
N/A
Delete
Delete
Delete
Delete
Delete
Delete
Delete
Delete
N/A
Delete
None/In Prefix/In
Suffix
Start Position
None
None
None
None
None
None
N/A
None
1
1
1
1
1
1
N/A
1
No. of Char(s)
0 chars
0 chars
0 chars
0 chars
0 chars
0 chars
N/A
0 chars
Wedge / Store
Wedge Only
Wedge & Store
Always
Store Only
Save if Sent
Save if Not Sent
Data Format
Barcode only
Packet Data
Data
Editor/Prefix
Data
Editor/Suffix
Data
Editor/AIM ID
Data
Editor/Partial
Data
BT Config
Action
Select
Select
Select
Select
Select
Select
N/A
Select
Handshake
Enable/Disabled
Disabled
Disabled
Disabled
Disabled
Disabled
Disabled
N/A
Disabled
Terminator
CR+LF
CR+LF
CR+LF
CR+LF
CR+LF
CR+LF
CR+LF
CR+LF
Chk Duplicate
None, CR, LF,
CR+LF, Tab, Right
Arrow, Left
Arrow,Down Arrow,
Up Arrow
Enabled/Disabled
Disabled
Disabled
Disabled
Disabled
Disabled
Disabled
N/A
Disabled
Enter Key
Enabled/Disabled
Disabled
Disabled
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
Extend Key
Enabled/Disabled
Disabled
Disabled
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
ConnectDevice
(Non Mfi mode)
SPP
Default
Default
Default
Default
Default
Default
Default
Default
HID iOS
SPP2.0
HID normal
ConnectDevice
(Mfi mode )
SPP
MFi(iPhone)
Enabled/Disabled
Default
Default
Default
Default
Default
Default
Default
Default
Disabled
Disabled
Disabled
Disabled
Disabled
Disabled
Disabled
Disabled
Auto
Reconnect
Enabled/Disabled
Disabled
Disabled
Disabled
Disabled
Disabled
Disabled
Disabled
Disabled
Auto Power On
Enabled/Disabled
Disabled
Disabled
Disabled
Disabled
Disabled
Disabled
Disabled
Disabled
Auto Power
On/Power On
Time
Auto Power Off
disabled, 1sec to
10second(s)
Disabled
Disabled
Disabled
Disabled
Disabled
Disabled
Disabled
Disabled
Enabled/Disabled
Disabled
Disabled
Disabled
Disabled
Disabled
Disabled
Disabled
Disabled
Enabled/Disabled
Disabled
Disabled
Disabled
Disabled
Disabled
Disabled
Disabled
Disabled
1 to 30 minutes
Disabled
Disabled
Disabled
Disabled
Disabled
Disabled
Disabled
Disabled
Enabled/Disabled
Disabled
Disabled
Disabled
Disabled
Disabled
Disabled
Disabled
Disabled
Disabled
Auto Connect
Auto Power
Off/Beep
Warning
Auto Power
Off/Power Off
Time
PowerOff Msg
MAC Address
BT FW Version
Wakeup Nulls
Enabled/Disabled
Disabled
Disabled
Disabled
Disabled
Disabled
Disabled
Disabled
Connect Alert
Enabled/Disabled
Disabled
Disabled
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
BT Toggle
Enabled/Disabled
Enabled
Enabled
Enabled
Enabled
Enabled
Enabled
Enabled
Enabled
DisconnectBtn
Enabled/Disabled
Enabled
Enabled
Disabled
Disabled
Disabled
Disabled
Disabled
Disabled
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Spanish
Disabled, 1,2,3,5,10
secs
Disabled,10, 20, 30,
50, 100msec
Disabled,
Alt+Numpad,
^+Character,
Replace to |
Enabled/Disabled
1 minutes
1 minutes
US
USB Mode
USB Mode
HID Keyboard
HID
Delay/Initial
HID Delay/Inter
char
HID Ctrl Char
BT Service
OPERATING YOUR KDC
Power
1
minutes
US
1 minutes
1 minutes
US
1
minutes
US
1 minutes
US
1
minutes
US
US
Disabled
Disabled
Disabled
Disabled
Disabled
Disabled
Disabled
Disabled
Disabled
Disabled
Disabled
Disabled
Disabled
Disabled
Disabled
Disabled
Disabled
Disabled
Disabled
Disabled
Disabled
Disabled
Disabled
Disabled
Enabled
Enabled
Enabled
Enabled
Enabled
Enabled
Enabled
Enabled
Disabled/USB
Disk/USB HID
Disabled
Disabled
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
Disabled/USB
Disk/USB HID
Data, Data Time,
DataType,Data
TimeType
Disabled
Disabled
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
Data
Data
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
US
Pairing
Discovering
Connecting to
HID Sync
USB Config-USB
Mode
Disabled
(M model)
USB Config-USB
Disk Mode
(M model)
Record Format
Disk Format
USB Config-USB
HID Mode
(M model)
USB Mode
System
Config
USB HID
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
Data Data Time,
DataType,
DataTimeType
Data
Data
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
HID Options/
HID Keyboard
US,German,
French,Italian,
Spanish
Disabled,
Alt+Numpad,
^+Character,
Replace to |
US
US
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
Disabled
Disabled
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
HID Options/
HID Sync
GPS Config
(G model)
USB HID
Record Format
HID Options/
HID Ctrl Char
NFC Config
(N model)
Format KDC USB
Disk
Disabled/USB
Disk/USB HID
-
Synchronize Data
NFC Power
Enabled/Disabled
Enabled
Enabled
Enabled
Enabled
Enabled
Enabled
N/A
N/A
Data Format
Packet Data
Packet Data
N/A
N/A
N/A
Packet
Data
N/A
Packet Data
N/A
Packet
Data
N/A
Packet Data
UID Only
Barcode only/Packet
Data
Enabled/Disabled
N/A
N/A
Disabled
N/A
GPS Power
Enabled/Disabled
Disabled
Disabled
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
Power Mode
Normal/Power Save
Normal
Normal
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
Bypass Data
Enabled/Disabled
Disabled
Disabled
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
Acqurie Test
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
Reset GPS
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
Memory Size(3.
0 only)
Memory Status
Reset Memory
Auto Erase
Sleep Timeout
Date / Time
Battery
0.5/3.5, 1/3, 2/2, 3/1,
4/0
No. of Stored
Barcodes
Free Memory
Available
Memory(Empties
Data)
Application Memory
BT Registry(KDC100
Not use)
Enabled/Disabled
Disabled, 1sec to
10minute(s)
YYYY:MM:DD &
HH:MM:SS
% of Battery Charge
Available
0.5M/3.5M
0.5M/3.5M
Disabled
Disabled
Enabled
Enabled
Enabled
Enabled
Enabled
Enabled
5 second(s)
5 second(s)
5
second(s)
5
second(s)
5 second(s)
5 second(s)
5
second(s)
5 second(s)
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Firmware Version &
Serial No.
Enabled/Disabled
Disabled
Disabled
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
Beep Alert
/Beep Sound
Beep Alert
/Power On
Beep
Beep Alert
/Beep On
Connect
Beep Alert
/Beep On Scan
Beep Volume
Enabled/Disabled
Enabled
Enabled
Enabled
Enabled
Enabled
Enabled
Enabled
Enabled
Enabled/Disabled
Enabled
Enabled
Enabled/Disabled
Enabled
Enabled
Enabled/Disabled
Enabled
Enabled
Low/High
Low
Low
Low
Low
Low
Low
Low
Low
Mfi
( i-chip
installed)
Auto Exit
Enabled/Disabled
Enabled
Enabled
Enabled
Enabled
Enabled
Enabled
Enabled
Enabled
Enabled/Disabled
Enabled
Enabled
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
Port Status
Enabled/Disabled
Enabled
Enabled
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
Display Format
Time &
Battery
Time &
Battery
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
Menu Barcode
Time & Battery /
Type & Time / Type
& Battery / Memory
Status / GPS
Data(KDC250
only)/Barcode Only
Enabled/Disabled
N/A
Disabled
N/A
N/A
Disabled
Disabled
N/A
Disabled
Scrolling
Enabled/Disabled
Enabled
Enabled
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
Brightness
1 to 15 level(8 level)
8 level
8 level
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
Factory Default
Restores Default
Settings
MSR Data Only
N/A
N/A
N/A
Default
N/A
Default
Default
N/A
Packet Data
N/A
N/A
N/A
Use Track1
N/A
N/A
N/A
Yes
N/A
Yes
Yes
N/A
Use Track2
N/A
N/A
N/A
Yes
N/A
Yes
Yes
N/A
Use Track3
N/A
N/A
N/A
Yes
N/A
Yes
Yes
N/A
Enabled/Disabled
N/A
N/A
N/A
Disabled
N/A
Disabled
Disabled
N/A
Button Lock
MSR Config
OPERATING YOUR KDC
Data Format
Beep on error
reading
Encrypt MSR
Data
AES Key
Length
Card Type
N/A
N/A
Enabled/Disabled
N/A
N/A
N/A
Disabled
N/A
Disabled
Disabled
N/A
128bit/192bit/256bit
N/A
N/A
N/A
128bit
N/A
128bit
N/A
N/A
ISO/OTHER
1/AAMVA
Track Separator
None/Space/Comm
a/Semicolon/CR/LF/
CR&LF/Tab
Attach Start/End Sentinel
N/A
N/A
N/A
ISO
N/A
ISO
ISO
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
None
N/A
None
None
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
Enabled
N/A
Enabled
Enabled
N/A
Partial Data Start Position
N/A
N/A
N/A
1
N/A
1
1
N/A
Partial Data Length
N/A
N/A
N/A
0
N/A
0
0
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
Select
N/A
Select
Select
N/A
Partial Data
Action
Erase/Select
Table 3 - KDC Menu
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KDC Mode Menu
The KDC Mode Menu has two options – Normal mode and Application mode.
Normal
This is the default mode that provides basic barcode scanning. In Normal mode, barcode
data can be manipulated directly through the KDC or through KTSync® during the
synchronization process.
Application
This mode allows you to run the user application created by the Application Generation Tool,
as described in Chapter 7 Application Generation.
View Data Menu
This menu option allows you to view and/or delete barcodes stored in the KDC. In the case of
the KDC20/30, you can delete the last scanned barcode by pressing the DELETE button on
the right side of the unit.
Press the Delete button to delete the last
scanned barcode.
Figure 17 - Delete Function in KDC20/30
Set Barcodes Menu
This menu lists all the barcode symbologies supported by the KDC and allows you to select
the barcode symbologies to be scanned. For maximum scan performance, you should select
only the symbologies that you will be scanning. Please refer to 11. Appendix – 11.1
Symbologies for a detailed listing of symbologies supported by the KDC.
Code Options Menu
The KDC supports various Code Options, including Transmission of Start and Stop
Characters, Symbology Conversion, Verification of Optional Check Character, and
Transmission of Check Digit. Please refer to 11. Appendix A – 11.2 Code Options for a
detailed explanation of each option.
Scan Options Menu
Scan Angle (Opticon model only)
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This option allows you to configure the laser beam angle to the barcode. There are two
options for scan angle: Wide and Narrow. Wide is 54o and Narrow is 27o. The default is Wide.
Filter (Opticon model only)
This menu allows you to change the Filter mode from Normal to High for poor quality
barcodes. The default is Normal.
Timeout
In this menu, you can set the interval between scans. The timeout options are from 5 seconds
up to 10 seconds. The default is 2 seconds.
Minimum Barcode Length
This option allows you to set a barcode length from 2 characters to 36 characters
(KDC20/100/200/250/350L/410/415) or 2 characters to 48 characters
(KDC30/300/350C/420/450). It is strongly recommended that you maximize the minimum
barcode length setting to prevent possible errors.

The default minimum barcode length of KDC20/100/200/250/350L/410/415 is 4
characters.

The default minimum barcode length of KDC30/300/350C/420/450 is as follows:
Minimum (Default)
Maximum (Default)
Codabar
2(4)
60(60)
Code 11
1(4)
80(80)
Code 39
0(0)
48(48)
Code 93
0(0)
80(80)
Code 128
0(0)
80(80)
I2of5
2(4)
80(80)
Matrix 2of5
1(4)
80(80)
MSI
4(4)
48(48)
Plessey
4(4)
48(48)
PosiCode
2(4)
80(48)
GS1 Expanded
4(4)
74(74)
S2of5 Ind
1(4)
48(48)
S2of5 IATA
1(4)
48(48)
Code 32
EAN-8
EAN-13
GS1 Composite
1D Symbology
GS1 Omni
GS1 Limited
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TCL39
Telepen
1(1)
60(60)
1(1)
3750(3750)
CodablockF
1(1)
2048(2048)
Code16K
0(1)
160(160)
Code49
1(1)
81(81)
DataMatrix
1(1)
1500(1500)
MaxiCode
1(1)
150(150)
MicroPDF
1(1)
366(366)
PDF417
1(1)
2750(2750)
QRCode
1(1)
3500(3500)
China Post
2(4)
80(80)
Korea Post
2(4)
80(48)
Trioptic
UPCA
UPCE0
UPCE1
AztecCode
AztecRunes
2D Symbology
HanXin Code
Postnet
PlanetCode
UK Post
Canada Post
Postal Codes
Kix Post
Australia Post
Japan Post
OCR Off
OCR A
OCR
OCR B
OCR USC
OCR MICR
OCR SEMI
Table 4 - KDC30/300/350C/420/450 Minimum Barcode Length
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Image Capture
(KDC30/300/350C/420/425/450)
This option allows you to capture an image in JPEG format in C:\myData folder. You should
enable the image capture option first, and then press the Scan button to start the aiming. A
green aiming light will illuminate and an image will be taken upon release of the Scan button.
KDC will disable the image capture option if the user presses the scan button for 10 seconds.
Security Level (KDC20/100/200/250/350L/410/415)
This menu allows you to ensure an accurate barcode reading by setting the number of times
the KDC will read a barcode. Security Level is set from 1 up to 4. The higher security level
means readings are more reliable; however, some performance degradation is likely. For
poor quality barcodes, we recommend increasing the security level. The default is 2.
Auto Trigger
Once enabled, Auto Trigger allows users to scan a barcode automatically. You can adjust
Reread delay from Continuous to Extra Long. Auto Trigger mode always enables the
duplicate check option.
Note
 USB cable insertion requirement is removed from FW2.85/86.O and FW 3.02.
 You can exit the auto trigger mode by pressing the scan button for 3 seconds.
Reread Delay
You can adjust the Reread delay from Continuous to Extra Long. Auto Trigger mode always
enables the duplicate check option.
Partial Display
This option allows you to display partial data. You can define the start position and number of
characters to be displayed.
Data Process Menu
Wedge/Store
The KDC provides five modes of data transmission in keyboard wedging mode.

Wedge Only: Barcode data is NOT stored in memory but transmitted to the host.

Wedge & Store Only: Barcode data is stored in memory and transmitted to the host.

Store Only: Barcode data is stored in memory but NOT transmitted to the host.

Save if Sent: If data transmission is successful, barcode data is stored in memory.
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Save if Not Sent: If data transmission is NOT successful, barcode data is stored in
memory.
Data Format
The KDC provides two data formats, Barcode Only and Packet Data.

Barcode Only: The KDC transmits scanned barcodes only. You may incorporate
appropriate data transmission error detection and correction mechanisms in this
mode. KDC supports a selection of various termination characters for Barcode Only
format. You can select <NONE>, <CR>, <LF>, <CR+LF> or <TAB> as the
termination character.

Packet Data: KDC transmits packet data with checksum to minimize transmission
errors. KTSync® sets Data Format to Packet Data format upon execution.


Note
You may change Data Format to Barcode Only if you would prefer to use the
Barcode Only mode. However, the KDC would stay in Packet Data mode if
KTSync is aborted abnormally. If this is the case, you may have to change the
KDC back to Barcode Only mode manually.
Barcode Index: KDC20i/30i/200i/250i/300i/350i/400i add 4 bytes barcode index
to maintain last synchronized barcode information.
- This optional index would be added if data format is “Packet Data”.
- 4 bytes index would be added before “@” when responding to “p”
command.
- 4 bytes index plus “@” character would be added after checksum byte if
the user scans a barcode and wedges to the host.
Data Editor
KDC provides various data editing options.

Prefix - Allows you to add a prefix to scanned data, that can then be stored in the
KDC or wedged to the host. The Prefix format must be defined in the Data Format
menu of KTSync. The maximum length for a Prefix is 11 characters.
Note
 This Prefix option is different from the Prefix option in KTSync, which attaches
the prefix to data during synchronization.
Note
 The user can also define the prefix by scanning characters defined in Appendix
C. between the following special barcodes.
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Prefix Enter Start
Prefix/Suffix Enter Finish
KDC30/350C/420/425
Prefix Enter Start
Prefix/Suffix Enter Finish
Note
Users can also delete or display current prefixes by scanning the following special
barcodes.
KDC20/100/200/250/300/350L/410/415
Delete Prefix
Display Prefix
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Delete Prefix
Display Prefix

Suffix - Allows you to add a suffix to scanned data, which can then be stored in the
KDC or wedged to the host. The suffix must be defined in the Data Format menu of
KTSync. The maximum length for a suffix is 11 characters.
Note
 This Suffix option is different from the Suffix option in KTSync, which appends
the suffix to data during synchronization.
Note
 The user can also define a suffix by scanning characters defined in Appendix
C.27 ~ C.28 (KDC350L) and Appendix D.27 ~ D.28 (KDC350C) by scanning the
following special barcodes:
KDC20/100/200/250/300/350L/410/415
Suffix Enter Start
Prefix/Suffix Enter Finish
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Suffix Enter Start
Prefix/Suffix Enter Finish
Note
The user can also delete or display a current suffix by scanning the following
special barcodes.
KDC20/100/200/250/300/350L/410/415
Delete Suffix
Display Suffix
KDC30/350C/420/425
Delete Suffix
Display Suffix
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
AIM ID - Allows you to add AIM ID to scanned data, which can then be stored in the
KDC or wedged to the host. AIM ID must be defined in the Data Format menu of
KTSync. AIM ID is added to the end of either a Prefix or Suffix.

Partial Data: Allows you to store and/or transfer partial data. The user defines the
start position and number of characters to be stored and/or transferred.

Select the x characters from y position
 Set Partial Data Start Position to y, Partial Data Length to x, Partial Data
Action to Select
 Partial Data Length 0

selects all characters from y
Erase the x characters from y
position.
position
 Set Partial Data Start Position to y, Partial Data Length to x, Partial Data
Action to Erase
 Partial Data Length 0
erases all characters from y
position.
Handshake
KDC provides Handshake mode when Data Format is set to Packet Data.

Handshake Mode will increase the reliability of barcode data transmission.

The default mode for Handshake is Disabled.

Data transmission speed is slower when Handshake Mode is Enabled.
Terminator
The KDC supports various termination characters when the Data Format mode is set to
Barcode Only. This option allows you to select <NONE>, <CR>, <LF>, <CR+LF>, or <TAB>
as the termination character. The default terminator is <CR+LF>. The Up/Down/Left/Right
arrow terminator is also available for HID mode.
Chk Duplicate
This option prevents you from collecting duplicate data.
Enter Key (KDC350 Only)
This option determines the behavior of the ‘#’ key on the KDC350 keypad.

If this option is enabled, the ‘#’ key acts as a keyboard enter key.

The ‘#’ key finishes the current data input, and stores/sends input data
according to the menu settings of Wedge/Store.

The cursor moves to next line after the current data input is complete,
regardless of whether there is an data input or not.

The screen is scrolled up one line if the ‘#’ key is pressed on the last line of KDC
screen.
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
If ‘Shift’ is enabled, remember that the ‘#’ key will input the ‘#’ character.

When the KDC sends input data to the host, it attaches a terminator selected in
the menu “Data Process  Terminator”. This option can be enabled by
scanning a special barcode, as shown in 13.8(KDC350L) and 14.8(KDC350C)

If this option is disabled, the ‘#’ key acts as a scan button (when ‘Shift’ is not
enabled).
Extend Key (KDC350 Only)
This option provides a way to enter symbols by using the KDC350 keypad. Refer to the table
below for key assignments.
Key
Normal
Extended
Key
Normal
Extended
1
@:/
[email protected]:/#$
6
MNO
MNO[]\
2
ABC
ABC%^&
7
PQRS
PQRS”’
3
DEF
DEF*()
8
TUV
TUV<>
4
GHI
GHI_+=
9
WXYZ
WXYZ;
5
JKL
JKL{}|
0
.,?!
.,?!`~
BT Config Menu – KDC20/30/200/250/300/400
The KDC supports Bluetooth Ver2.1+EDR. Before utilizing the advantages of Bluetooth
functionality with the KDC, the user should become familiar with Bluetooth connectivity and
its impact on the host environment.
To configure your KDC for Bluetooth functionality, you can use the KDC Menus. To access
the menus, simultaneously press the UP and DOWN buttons on the side of the KDC. Use the
DOWN button to scroll to Bluetooth, then press SCAN button.
Below is a listing of the Bluetooth options and their settings. The default settings for these
options have been set to increase the usability of Bluetooth technology without
compromising the KDC battery usage.
IMPORTANT: We strongly recommend NOT changing these settings until the user
has fully tested the Bluetooth connection between the KDC and the host device.
For more detailed information regarding Bluetooth functionality with the KDC, please refer to
Chapter 4. BLUETOOTH.
ConnectDevice
You can choose the Bluetooth device type in this option.

HID normal - KDC20(i)/30(i)/200Ii)/250(i)/300(i)/350(i)/400(i)/450(i)
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HID iOS - KDC20(i)/30(i)/200Ii)/250(i)/300(i)/350(i)/400(i)/450(i)

SPP2.0 - KDC20(i)/30(i)/200Ii)/250(i)/300(i)/350(i)/400(i)/450(i)

SPP - KDC20(i)/30(i)/200Ii)/250(i)/300(i)/350(i)/400(i)/450(i)

MFi (KDC20i/30i/200i/250i/300i/350i/400i/450i)
Auto Connect
Enabled or Disabled
Auto Reconnect
Enabled or Disabled (MFi, HID iOS, HID normal mode)
Auto Power On
Enabled or Disabled
PWR On Time
Disabled, 1 to 10 seconds
Auto Power Off
Enabled or Disabled (KDC250/350 should use option in system menu)
Beep Warning
Enabled or Disabled
PWR Off Time
1 to 30 Minutes
PowerOff Msg
Enabled or Disabled
MAC Address
When users select this option, KDC displays 12 characters Bluetooth MAC Address.
FW Version
This option displays Bluetooth Firmware Version
Wakeup Nulls
Enabled or Disabled
Autolock Time
0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 10, 15 minutes
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BT Toggle
Enable or Disable HID soft keyboard or MFi mode connection On/Off toggle.
BT Disconnect Button
Enable or Disable Bluetooth disconnection by pressing down button for 3 seconds.
HID AutoLock
Disabled, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 10, 15 minutes
HID Keyboard
Users can select a keyboard language in HID mode. KDC supports five languages:
English, German, French, Spanish, and Italian.
HID Initial Delay
In this menu, users can define the initial delay between 1 second to 10 seconds before
data transmission in HID mode
HID Inter-character Delay
This option allows users to define the inter-character delay between 10msec to 100msec
in HID mode
HID Control Character
This option helps users to map control characters to either ALT+Numlock or
^+Character.
BT Service – KDC20/30/200/250/300/350/400
Power
Users can choose to turn Bluetooth Power on or off. Select between Enable and Disable.
Pairing Mode
This option allows user to enter pairing mode by simply selecting this menu.

The KDC enters into pairing mode so that the host Bluetooth device can search for it.

The KDC can exit pairing mode if the user presses the SCAN button or if it fails to
pair with the Bluetooth host device within 90 seconds.
Discovering
When users choose this menu, KDC searches for nearby Bluetooth devices.
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Connecting To
This option allows user to Inquire to registered Bluetooth devices.
HID Sync
KDC transmits all stored data to the host over HID profile if HID Sync option is enabled.
GPS Config - 350G
Barcode and GPS data format
The KDC350 adds the GPS coordinate after the barcode data, if GPS data is available. The
GPS data starts with “<G|P/S]” and ends with “:”. For example, the KDC250 would record
barcode “1234567890” , GPS coordinate “4354.45275,N;07925.81993,W” and Altitude data
“208.7,M”as “1234567890<G|P/S]4354.45275,N;07925.81993,W ,208.7,M:” in the barcode
data field.
GPS Menu




GPS Power: Turning GPS Power on or off

Users can enable or disable the GPS Power.

The GPS module consumes extensive battery power. To conserve battery power,
it is strongly recommended to turn off the GPS option when the KDC350 is not
being used for an extended period of time.

It is also recommended to use the GPS Auto Power Off option in the System
menu. This option automatically turns off the GPS power if a barcode is not
scanned for a period of time.
Power Mode: The user can choose the type power consumption for the GPS function.

Users can extend the battery life of the KDC350 in Power Save mode.

Users should use normal mode if accurate GPS data is required.

The KDC350 will last about 15 hours in normal non-bypass data mode and 18
hours in power save non-bypass data mode.

The KDC350 will last about 7 hours in normal bypass data mode and 8 hours in
power save bypass data mode.
Bypass Data: Enabled or Disabled

This option should be disabled if users wish to record the GPS data with a
scanned barcode data.

The KDC350 will bypass GPS data to the host if the bypass option is enabled.

The KDC350 becomes a Bluetooth GPS receiver if this bypass data option is
selected.
Acquire Test: Time test to see how long it takes to acquire GPS signal.
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Reset GPS: Reset GPS parameters
GPS Hot Key
The KDC350 provides the following hot keys for convenient GPS operations:



GPS Power Enable

If Auto Power Off is enabled and GPS power is disabled, users can turn on the
GPS power by pressing the SCAN button.

Users should hold the SCAN button for more than 3 seconds to turn on the GPS
power.
GPS Bypass mode Enable/Disable

If GPS power is enabled, users can toggle GPS Bypass mode by pressing the
SCAN button.

Users should hold the SCAN button for more than 3 seconds to toggle GPS
bypass mode.
GPS Acquire test cancellation


Users can cancel the GPS acquire test by pressing the SCAN button during the
test.
GPS Data append cancellation

Users can cancel GPS data append by pressing SCAN button if GPS data is not
available immediately.

Users should hold the SCAN button for more than 3 seconds to cancel GPS data
append.
USB DISK - 100M/200M/250M/300M/350
KDC100M/200M/250M/300M/350 can be used as a USB Disk with 4MB space.
USB Disk
This option allows user to change to USB Disk mode and barcode data that KDC scanned is
stored into a file in flash disk when this option is selected.
Disk Format
This option is available in USB Disk mode and allows users to format KDC USB Disk.
Record Format
This option selects the record format of the data that will be stored in the disk file.

Data

Data Time
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Data Type
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USB HID - KDC20/30/100M/200M/250M/300M/350
KDC20/30/100M/200M/250M/300M/350 may be used as a USB Keyboard.
USB HID
When this option is enabled, KDC will be in USB HID mode.
Record Format
This option selects the record format of the data that will be stored in the disk file.

Data

Data Time

Data Type

Data Time Type
HID Options - HID Keyboard
Users may select a keyboard language in HID mode. KDC supports five languages:
English, German, French, Spanish, and Italian.
HID Options - HID Control Character
This option enables users to map control characters to either ALT+Numlock or
^+Character.
HID Options - HID Sync
HID Sync will enable the KDC to transmit all stored data to the host.
Note
 Changing the “USB Mode” option from/and to “USB Disk” will erase all data in
KDC memory.
Make sure to back up your data before changing this option.
 KTSync is unable to recognize the KDC if the KDC is in “USB DISK” mode or “USB
HID” mode.
 It is required for the user to run "Verify Disk" on Disk Utility before using it.
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NFC Config – KDC350N/KDC400N
NFC Power

Turning NFC Power on or off

Options: Enable/Disable
Data Format

Options: Data only/Packet data
UID Only


Note
Enable or Disable UID Only menu
The KDC only sends UID data to the host device when the KDC is in UID Only mode.
If Data format is ‘Data Only’ or HID mode, the KDC changes the UID hex values to
ascii string and sends this data to the host device. If Data format is ‘Packet Data’, the
KDC only sends UID hexa values with NFC/RFID packet format.
 KDC350N/400N supports the following card types.
1) Mifare Desfile read.
2) Mifare 1K read.
3) Mifare Ultralight / Ultralight C
4) ISO 15693
System Menu
Memory Size (3.0 version only)
The user can select how much memory to divide between normal data memory and
application database memory.



The KDC will erase all stored data upon changing the partition size.
The user should enter the following key sequence to change the partition.
UP button + UP button + DOWN button + DOWN button + SCAN button
Memory Status
In this option, users can checks the number of stored barcodes and memory usage.
Reset Memory
In this option, users can reset KDC memory by erasing all stored barcodes, applications, and
BT registry.
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Auto Erase
If enabled, this feature erases stored barcodes on the KDC once the ‘Buffer Full’ condition is
reached.
Sleep Timeout
This option allows users to set the amount of time the KDC waits before going to sleep (when
not being used).
Auto Power Off (KDC250/350)



Bluetooth: Enabled/Disabled
GPS: Enabled/Disabled
Power Off Time:0(Never), 5, 10, 20, 30, 60, 120 minutes
Date/Time
In this option, users can set the date and time of the KDC, which can also be set using
KTSync® .
Battery
This option shows the current status of battery power level.
Version
This option shows the KDC firmware version and serial number.
Button Lock
This option allows users to lock or unlock the KDC scan and scroll buttons.
Beep Alert

Beep Sound: Enables or disables KDC beep sound.

Power On Beep: Enables or disables beep sound when KDC power is on.

Beep On Connect: Enables or disables beep sound when KDC is connected to the
host.

Beep On Scan: Enables or disables beep sound when KDC is scanning.
Beep Volume
This option allows user to adjust the beep volume from High to Low.
MFi Mode (KDC20i, 30i, 200i, 250i, 300i, 350i, 400i)
This option allows user to enable or disable MFi mode. MFi mode supports SPP and MFi
Bluetooth profiles. Non-MFi mode supports SPP, SPP2.0, HID iOS and HID normal.
Vibrator
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Enables or disables KDC vibrator.
Auto Exit
This option enables KDC to automatically exit KDC Menus.
Port Status
This option allows users to enable or disable KDC port messages.
Display Format
There are various selection of display format; Time & Battery, Type & Time, Type & Battery,
Memory Status and Barcode only.
Menu Barcode
This option allows users to enable or disable Honeywell special barcodes (KDC300/350C only).
Scrolling
This option allows users to enable or disable display scrolling for a barcode with more than 40
characters.
Brightness
This option allows users to adjust brightness of display.
Factory Default
By selecting this option, users can reset KDC options to factory default settings.
Pair and Connect KDC20i/30i/200i/250i/300i/350i/400i and iOS in HID iOS
mode
Note
 First, users must disable the MFi option in System > MFi menu and change the
Bluetooth profile to HID-iOS in order to use HID Bluetooth profiles.
 Users have to RESET the iPhone/iPad/iPod touch in order to change HID to MFi
mode, and vice versa, after removing a previous KDC connection.
 KDC with Bluetooth Spec2.1+EDR does not prompt Pin code entry menu.
 KDC with Bluetooth Spec. 2.1+EDR stack does not require 4 or 6 digits PIN digits
entry
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Follow the steps below to pair and connect KDC models in MFi and iOS in HID mode.
1. Go to the KDC System > MFi menu
2. Change MFi option to Disabled
3. Change ConnectDevice to HID-iOS
4. Remove previous KDC connection and RESET the device
5. Change KDC to Pairing mode.
6. The iPhone/iPad/iPod touch will find a new device as Keyboard.
7. Click Keyboard device.
iOS Soft Keyboard toggling using BT Toggle option
Users need to select the option to use this feature in BT Config > BT Toggle. Press the DOWN
button to toggle a soft keyboard.
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3.4 LED Status
KDC100/200/250/300/350
LED Color
Status

Green


Orange
Red



Successful Reading
USB is connected and battery is fully
charged.
Low battery
USB is connected and battery is
charging.
No reading
Empty battery
KDC20/30/400
Status
LED Color

Green



Orange


Red


Successful Reading
USB is connected and battery is fully
charged.
MFi(iPhone) mode in pairing mode.
Low battery
USB is connected and battery is charging
HID mode is in pairing mode.
No reading
SPP mode is in pairing mode.
Table 5 - Explanation of LEDs
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3.5 Empty Battery
KDC100/200/250/300/350
The KDC will display the message Empty Battery Connect USB when the battery is empty.
Please charge the KDC IMMEDIATELY to prevent any interruptions while it is collecting data.
KDC20/30/400



Under 30% - Orange LED flickers at 1-second-intervals for 5 seconds every minute.
Under 20% - Orange LED flickers at 1-second-intervals for 10 seconds every minute.
Under 10% - Red LED flickers in 1- second-interval for 10 seconds every minute, and
the user will hear a beeping sound.
3.6 Buffer Full
The KDC will display the message Buffer Full when the size of collected data reaches 160KB
(85 version) / 60KB (86 version) or the number of collected barcodes reaches 10,240. To
prevent the loss of data, you should synchronize the data then reset the memory when this
message is displayed.
The 4MB version KDC reaches the Buffer Full condition in the following situations:





0.5MB Partition - Collected data size reaches 0.5MB or collected number is 25,600
1MB Partition - Collected data size reaches 1MB or collected number is 51,200
2MB Partition - Collected data size reaches 2MB or collected number is 102,400
3MB Partition - Collected data size reaches 3MB or collected number is 153,600
4MB Partition - Collected data size reaches 4MB or collected number is 204,800
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3.7 Reset Feature (100/200/250/300/350) or Poweron/off (KDC20/30)
The Reset feature allows you to restart the KDC100/200/250/300/350/400 if necessary, without
losing any stored barcode data or option settings. To reset the KDC, follow the below steps.
1.
2.
3.
Note
Press the DOWN and SCAN buttons simultaneously for 5 seconds.
When the LEDs illuminate orange, release the buttons.
The KDC initial screen, KoamTac Data Collector KDC, displays when reset is
complete.
The KDC stores collected data into flash memory and will not lose data nor the
KDC settings during the reset process.
However, if you are using the KDC20/30, you can turn the power on and off by pressing the
DOWN and SCAN button simultaneously for 5 seconds. When the LED light is green, you can
release the buttons and the power will be on. When you turn off the KDC20/30, you will hear
a beep sound after pressing the DOWN and SCAN buttons simultaneously.
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3.8 Replace Battery
Each KDC comes with a rechargeable, Lithium-polymer (KDC20/30/100/200) or Lithium-ion
(KDC300/350/400) battery. The battery can be recharged from any USB port or KDC charging
cradle, and can be recharged about 300 times before it needs to be replaced. KOAMTAC
recommends replacing the battery annually, as a declining battery will cause noticeable
performance degradation in the KDC. Replacement batteries can be purchased from a KDC
reseller. Batteries should be disposed of properly as according to the WEEE regulation. The
steps for replacing a battery are as follows.
1.
Disassemble the KDC back cover by unscrewing the middle screw.
2.
Remove the old battery and replace with a new battery.
3.
Reassemble the back cover.
1
Unscrew the screw indicated by
the arrow.
2
Remove the battery cover by
pulling it down.
3
Remove the battery.
Pull out the 2 pin connecter
gently.
Figure 18 - Replacing a Battery
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4. Bluetooth – KDC20/30/200/250/300/350/400
The KDC20/30/200/250/300/350/400 supports HID (Human Interface Device) normal, HID
iOS, SPP (Serial Port Profile) and SPP2.0 profiles. The KDC20i/30i/200i/250i/300i/350i/400i
supports MFi (Made for iPhone/iPad/iPod touch) profiles too. They are compatible with
the following Bluetooth stacks:




BlueSoleil
Broadcom (Widcomm)
Microsoft Windows XP, Vista, 7, and Mobile5.0+
Toshiba
The KDC200/250/300/350’s Bluetooth options can be configured by using the KDC menu
and special barcodes. The KDC20/30/400’s Bluetooth options can be configured by using
the PC KTSync and special barcodes.
4.1 Bluetooth Config
ConnectDevice
The KDC supports both Serial Port Profile (SPP) and Human Interface Device Profile (HID).
The user can choose amongst SPP2.0, SPP(2.1), HID normal, or HID iOS profiles to
communicate with the host device. An additional MFi (Made for iPhone/iPad/iPod touch)
option is available for KDC20i/30i/200i/250i/300i/350i/400i models.
If the BT Toggle option in BT Config is enabled, the user can connect and disconnect the
Bluetooth connection with the host device by pressing the UP and DOWN buttons. It
normally takes 3 seconds to connect and 1 second to disconnect. This is a very useful
feature for iPhone and iPad applications.
The user can also enable and disable the iPhone and iPad soft keyboard instantly by using
this BT Toggle option.
The UP button shows the Bluetooth connection status and the DOWN button shows the
time when the KDC is connected via SPP profile.
Note
The user should first unpair the KDC from the Bluetooth host to change the
Connect Device setting on the scanner to a different Bluetooth profile.
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Auto Connect
This feature allows the KDC to automatically connect to the host device when the KDC is
powered on.
IMPORTANT: Until the host device and KDC have been fully tested, it is strongly
recommended that this feature be set to ‘Disable’, because a host device that does not
support this feature could cause problems, such as power loss or upload delays.
Note
The KDC automatically tries to connect to the host 10 times within the
duration of two minutes when Bluetooth power is ON, Bluetooth is
disconnected, Auto Connect is enabled, and system Sleep Timeout is set to
5 seconds.
Auto Reconnect
This feature allows the KDC to automatically connect to the host device when the KDC is
disconnected from a host.
IMPORTANT: This feature is available when KDC “Connect Device” options are
“MFi(iPhone)”, “HID iOS”, or “HID Normal”.
Note
The KDC tries to connect automatically to the host 10 times within the
duration of two minutes if Bluetooth is disconnected.
Auto Power On
The Auto Power On option allows the KDC to automatically power on Bluetooth when the
SCAN button is pressed. The default setting is Disabled.
Note
Users should press the scan button for the duration defined in the BT Config
Power-on time option. The host program may have to open the COM port
again in order to be reconnected with the KDC.
PWR ON Time
The PWR On Time option works in conjunction with the Auto Power On option. The
default value is Disabled. If the KDC Bluetooth power is off, you can turn on the Bluetooth
power by pressing the SCAN button for the PWR On Time option value.
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Auto Power Off
The Auto Power Off option works in conjunction with the PWR Off Time option. This
option allows the KDC to power off Bluetooth automatically when the KDC is NOT
CONNECTED to the host for the time duration specified in the PWR Off Time option.
The default for this option is Disabled. It is strongly recommended to keep it enabled to
maximize the operation time of the KDC. If Auto Power Off is Enabled, Bluetooth can be
manually powered off before the specified time in the PWR Off Time option.
Beep Warning
The KDC beeps to acknowledge the status of the Bluetooth connection as follows:
1.
One high short beep when Bluetooth is connected.
2.
One low short when Bluetooth is disconnected.
3.
Five short beeps if:




“Beep Warning is ENABLED”
“Auto Power Off is DISABLED”
“KDC20/30/200/250/300/400 is DISCONNECTED from HOST”
“Bluetooth power is ON”
PWR OFF Time
The PWR Off Time option works in conjunction with the Auto Power Off option. If Auto
Power Off is Enabled, the KDC powers off Bluetooth when the duration of time specified
in the PWR Off Time option is met and the KDC is NOT CONNECTED to the host. The
time setting for this option is from one (1) minute to 30 minutes. The default is five (5)
minutes.
PowerOFF Msg
The KDC sends a Bluetooth power off message “BTOFF” to the host if the PowerOFF
message option is enabled.
MAC Address
The user can verify the KDC Bluetooth MAC Address.
FW Version
The user can verify the KDC Bluetooth firmware version in BT FW menu.
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Wakeup Nulls
The KDC sends three leading Null bytes to wake up the Bluetooth connected device. This
feature can be disabled if the Bluetooth connected device does not require additional
bytes to wake up.
Autolock Time
The iPhone/iPad/iPod touch loses incoming Bluetooth data while in sleep mode. To prevent
data loss, you can set the KDC Autolock time to the same Autolock time of your
iPhone/iPad/iPod touch, to use the automatic wakeup feature in HID mode.
If the Autolock time is set to more than one minute and the barcode scan interval is larger
than the auto-lock time, there will be a one second delay of barcode transmission. The autolock time would be set as 0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 10, 15 minutes. 0 means the iPhone/iPad/iPod touch
never enters sleep mode.
HID Keyboard
The user can select an international keyboard – English, German, French, Spanish, or
Italian.
HID Initial and Inter-Character Delay
Certain applications cannot process HID input fast enough and may lose some characters
during transmission. Users should increase initial and inter-character delay to prevent data
loss during HID transmission.

HID Initial Delay: Defines the initial delay between 1 sec to 10 sec before data
transmission in HID mode.

HID Inter-character Delay: Defines the inter-character delay between 10msec
to 100msec in HID mode.
Control character transmission in HID mode
Control characters between ASCII values 0x00 and 0x1F can be replaced by the
ALT+Numpad or ^+Character.

Disabled  Transmit the original control character.
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Alt+Numpad  Transmit Alt+ ASCII value from Numpad.

^+Character  Control characters would be substituted as shown in the
following table.

Replacement to |  Control characters would be substituted as “|”.
Control
Transmit
Control
Transmit
Control
Transmit
Control
Transmit
Char
Chars
Char
Chars
Char
Chars
Char
Chars
0x01
^A
0x0B
^K
0x14
^T
0x1D
^]
0x02
^B
0x0C
^L
0x15
^U
0x1E
^^
0x03
^C
0x0E
^N
0x16
^V
0x1F
^_
0x04
^D
0x0F
^O
0x17
^W
0x05
^E
0x10
^P
0x18
^X
0x06
^F
0x11
^Q
0x19
^Y
0x07
^G
0x12
^R
0x1A
^Z
0x09
^I
0x13
^S
0x1C
^\
Function key transmission in HID mode
The user can send F1 to F12 function keys by scanning special barcodes in HID mode.
Disconnect/Reconnect/BT(HID) Toggle
The user can disconnect or reconnect the Bluetooth connection, and toggle the soft
keyboard using side buttons.
Bluetooth
UP Key
DOWN Key
DOWN Key
Profile
(DisconnectBTN disabled)
(DisconnectBTN enabled)
SPP
Does
Does nothing
Releases BT connection
nothing
HID iOS
Reconnect
Soft Keyboard Toggle if
Soft Keyboard Toggle if
pressing less than 3sec
pressing less than 3sec,
Releases BT connection
MFi(iPhone) Reconnect
Does nothing
Releases BT connection
SPP 2.0
Does
Does nothing
Releases BT connection
nothing
HID normal Reconnect
Does nothing
Releases BT connection
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4.2 Bluetooth Service
Power
The POWER option allows you to Enable or Disable the Bluetooth functionality of the KDC.
To use Bluetooth, this option must be set to Enable.
However, like all devices enabled for Bluetooth, the KDC will constantly search to connect
with a Bluetooth host when set to Enable. Constant searching for Bluetooth devices
increases power consumption.
Unless you are using Bluetooth with your KDC, this option should be set to Disable.
IMPORTANT: To prevent unnecessary power problems, it is strongly recommended that
the POWER option be set to Disable if the KDC is idle for an extended period of time.
Pairing
Before you are able to use Bluetooth, the KDC must be paired with the host device. This
pairing process needs to be completed only once with each host device. After pairing, the
host device will always recognize the KDC as a Bluetooth device, unless the Bluetooth
configuration is modified. If it is modified, you may need to pair the devices again.
IMPORTANT: The host device must be configured for Bluetooth before it can be paired to
the KDC.
Note
KDC with Bluetooth Spec2.1+EDR does not prompt Pin code entry menu.
To pair the KDC with the host, follow these instructions:
1.
2.
3.
Select Pairing from the Bluetooth menu. The message “Pairing started…” will
be displayed.
When prompted by the host device, enter the Security PIN “0000”.
The “Pairing success” message will display when the Bluetooth connection
is successfully established. The connection must be established before the
pairing timeout of 60 seconds.

If “Pairing failed...” message displays, the Bluetooth connection with the host
device failed. If the message “Connected” displays, a Bluetooth connection
is established.

It is possible for the message “Pairing failed...” to display on the KDC while
the host device displays the “Connected” message. If this occurs, a
Bluetooth connection has been established.
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Discovering
KDC20/30/200/250/300/350/400 starts to search for neighboring Bluetooth devices if the
Discovering menu is executed. It will take about 30 seconds to finish searching and to list
available neighboring Bluetooth devices. Another option is to enter the corresponding
Bluetooth MAC address in the KTSync Bluetooth menu, instead of waiting for the KDC to
search for neighborhood Bluetooth devices.
Connect To
This option lets you easily connect the KDC to Bluetooth devices that have been either
previously registered in KTSync under the File Menu or discovered/connected from the
KDC Bluetooth Service menu.
Note
There could be an interoperability issue depending on the corresponding
device Bluetooth stack. The master Bluetooth device may request that you to
follow the master Bluetooth device’s security procedures, if the KDC tries to
connect to the master Bluetooth device.
HID Sync
The user can synchronize stored barcode data over HID using the HID Sync option. The
KDC will start to transmit all stored barcode data upon execution of the HID Sync option.
This option is available when KDC MFi Mode option is disabled.
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5. Synchronization
When barcode data is collected, it must be uploaded to your application. KTSync® , which
is bundled with the KDC, is a software that allows barcode data to be uploaded to any PC,
PDA, or smartphone running Android 2.1+, Apple iOS3.1.3+, Blackberry, Mac and
Windows XP/Vista/7/Mobile 5.0+. It has three major functions. (Windows XP/Vista/7
version supports all of the following features. Tablet, PDA and Smartphone versions
support only limited features of PC KTSync.)

Synchronization - Provides data upload functionality to your applications.

Keyboard Emulator - Allows scanned data to be uploaded directly into your
application as if the data were being entered manually with a keyboard.

Application Generation - Allows users to create custom applications or download
predefined applications such as Master-Slave, Pick/Bin, DB Lookup and Inventory.
Additional functions include:
 Prefix and Suffix add-ons to eliminate manual data entry.
 Symbology and Scan Option selections.
 Barcode Wedging options.
5.1 KTSync Menu
KTSync® was installed on your PC during the initial installation process. Before data can
be uploaded to any host device, KTSync® must be launched on the host and configured
to recognize the KDC. The following screen displays when KTSync® is launched:
KDC100/200/250/300/350
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Figure 19 - KTSync® Synchronizer Menu
File Menu

Connect: This option displays the Serial port (COM#) assigned to KDC. You can
also use this option to manually assign the Serial port. The Serial port assigned to
KDC can be found under Windows Device Manager. The port assignment is used
by KTSync® for synchronizing data from the KDC to the host.

Synchronize: This option manually tells the KDC to synchronize data with the host.
While data is being synchronized, KTSync menu options are unavailable.
Note
Please do not use your computer during data synchronization.

Bluetooth: This option is not available on KDC100. Users can register a MAC
address to be directly connected by KDC20/30/200/250/300/350/400.

Configuration: This option allows users to set different KDCs with same settings
by exporting and importing settings from one KDC to the other.

Exit: This option ends the KTSync program. You must re-run KTSync before you
can synchronize data on the KDC.
Figure 20 - File Menu
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Settings Menu



Synchronization: Select Synchronize options.
Barcode & KDC: Select Barcode and KDC options.
Others: Select Auto Connection and/or Synchronization Confirmation options.
Figure 21 – Setting Menu
Application Menu





Generation: Create user application or download predefined application.
DB Lookup: Allows users to download DB into KDC and display barcode
description field.
Master/Slave: The user defines a master barcode for comparison with one or
more slave barcodes.
Pick/BIN: The user defines Pick ID and the barcode symbology for comparison
with a defined Bin.
Inventory: Users can count inventories. Inventory description will be displayed if
inventory DB is downloaded into the KDC.
Figure 22 - Application Menu
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About Menu - KTSync® - Version Information
5.2 File Menu
Figure 23 - About Menu
Connect to KDC
The KDC automatically connects to a COM port when connected to the PC’s USB port. If
needed, the user can manually assign the KDC COM port by using the KTSync®
Connection submenu under the File menu.
Figure 24 - COM Port Selection for KDC

The COM port assignment is found in the Windows Device Manager.

KTSync® will not connect to the KDC if it is in the KDC Menus. You must EXIT
from the KDC Menus.

If KTSync® fails to connect automatically to the KDC, please follow these steps:
1. Exit KTSync® .
2. Check to make sure that you have connected the KDC to a USB port on
your PC.
3. Make sure that the user is using the cable provided with the KDC.
4. Check to make sure that the KDC is not in KDC Mode Menu.
5. Restart KTSync® .
Note
You can manually assign the COM port using KTSync® Connect option
under the File menu.
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Synchronize
Located under the File Menu, this option allows the user to manually synchronize data on
KDC with the host. This option is similar to clicking on the Synchronize button in the
KoamTac Data Synchronizer box.
Bluetooth
This menu option allows the user to register up to ten Bluetooth devices, including their
MAC address, PIN #, and optional prefixes or suffixes. This option enables direct
Bluetooth connection between KDC and other Bluetooth devices, such as a Bluetooth
printer. The user should choose a Bluetooth device to be connected in “Connect to”
menu in KDC Bluetooth Service menu.
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Configuration
This menu is useful for the users who need to configure different KDCs with same settings.
In this menu, you can export settings from a KDC to your computer and import it to other
KDCs.
When you select Configuration in File menu, you will need to choose either Export or
Import. First, select Export. You name the settings file, press Open, and it is exported to
your computer. Second, connect a different KDC to your computer and import the
settings file to the KDC by selecting Import in the Configuration menu. Once
configuration has been finished, KDC will restart.
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Export
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Import
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5.3
Synchronization Settings
KTSync® provides several synchronization options for synchronizing data from your KDC to
host devices such as your PC, PDA, or smartphone running Windows XP, Vista, Windows 7,
or Mobile 5.0+.
Figure 27 - KTSync® Synchronization Settings
Destination of Data
When barcode data is uploaded to the host device, you must assign a destination for the
data. Destination of Data options include:
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
File - This option means data will be saved in the assigned filename. You can select a
different target directory by clicking the New icon. The default directory is
C:\MyData\sn_timestamp.txt. If this directory is not created, you will be prompted to
create it before data can be uploaded to a file.
Active Window - This option means scanned barcode data is sent directly to the
active program running on your device as if the data is being entered directly from a
keyboard.
Microsoft Excel - This option means barcode data is being imported directly into
Microsoft’s Excel. Various parameters can be set when uploading data to Excel.
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Select from Current Running Application – This option allows you to select a currently
running application for data synchronization.

Note
• Data synchronization begins immediately if Automatically After
Connection is selected. If not selected, data synchronization is started
manually by the user.
• Users SHOULD NOT operate the PC during the synchronization process.
It can interrupt the process causing unreliable results.
Synchronization Methods
Fast Synchronization in Burst Mode
The KDC can synchronize data to a host device in Burst mode or Sequential mode. Burst
mode provides the fastest synchronization process but could result in error in a poor
Bluetooth environment. Fast synchronization in Burst mode is only recommended with
USB connection.
Synchronize Normal Data
If Synchronize Normal Data option is selected, the KDC will synchronize only Normal Data
in KDC memory. If the user wants all data in KDC memory synchronized, the user should
select Synchronize Normal Data and Synchronize Application Data.
Synchronize Application Data
If Synchronize Application Data option is selected, the KDC will synchronize only
Application Data in KDC memory. If the user want all data in KDC memory synchronized,
the user should select Synchronize Normal Data and Synchronize Application Data.
Clear KDC Memory after Synchronization
If this option is selected, the stored barcode data is cleared from the KDC memory after
synchronization. The KDC20/30/100/200/250 can store a total of 10,240 barcodes or 60KB
(86 version)/160KB (85 version) of barcode data.

It is important to clear the KDC memory periodically to prevent a Buffer Full
message. Buffer Full prevents the KDC from storing additional data. Stored
barcode data can also be deleted using the Reset Memory feature on the KDC.
Automatically Synchronize after Connection
This option lets the user automatically synchronize collected data immediately to the
computer when the KDC is connected to the host.

IMPORTANT: Before selecting this option, remember to configure all options
properly.
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Data synchronization can be done manually by clicking the synchronize icon if this
option is not selected.

Beep while Synchronization
The user can enable or disable the beep tone during the synchronization process. If this
option is selected, a beep is sounded every time barcode data is synchronized. The KDC
beeps 5 times when the synchronization process is complete.
Append data to File
If the user has specified a file name and Append data to File option is enabled, KTSync
will append data to the existing file instead of creating a new file.
Current KDC Wedge Method
The KDC can be configured in one of five Wedge/Store modes:

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Wedge Only - Scanned data is transmitted to the host. The KDC does not store
scanned data.
Wedge & Store - Scanned data is stored in the KDC and transmitted to the host.
Store Only - Scanned data is stored in the KDC but NOT transmitted to the host.
Save if Sent - Scanned data is stored in the KDC ONLY if transmission to the host
is successful.
Save if Not Sent - Scanned data is stored in the KDC ONLY if transmission to the
host is unsuccessful.
Enable Wedge (Handheld Scanner Mode)
This option will be checked if Wedge Only or Wedge & Store option is selected.
Keep Scan Data in KDC
This option will be checked if Store Only or Wedge & Store option is selected.
Synchronization Options
Synchronize KDC Time with PC Time when Connected
This option enables the user to synchronize the KDC date and time with the host date and
time. Synchronization of date and time occurs after the data is uploaded to the host
device.
Delays
The user can set transmission delays between barcodes and characters during the
synchronization process. It is important to set proper delays to prevent errors during the
transmission of collected barcodes. Some Windows applications, such as Excel, require
longer delay times.
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Attachments
Timestamp, Barcode Type, and Serial Number can be attached to the scanned barcode
by selecting these options. The Serial Number of the KDC can be attached to the Start
or End of Record.
Prefix and Suffix

Enter the characters the user wants to attach to the front (Prefix) or back (Suffix) of
the barcode in the Prefix and Suffix fields.

The character set is any combination of ASCII characters including alphanumeric,
line feed (“\n”), and carriage return (“\r”).
Order and Delimiter



Select Order of Data – Type, Data, and Timestamp
Select the Delimiter between Data – Tab, Space, Comma, and Semicolon
Select the Delimiter between Records – None, LF, CR, Tab, and <LF & CR>
Application Options
Synchronize Non-Compliant Data
The KDC will synchronize both compliant and non-compliant data (filtered data) if
Synchronize Non-Compliant Data option is Enabled.
Consolidate Steps in One Record
KTSync will consolidate the data collected in Step 1 with the data collected in Step 2
and/or Step 3. When Consolidate Steps in One Record is Enabled, data will be
consolidated into one record instead of individual data records for each step. If this
option is Enabled, non-complete records, i.e. three steps were defined but data was only
collected for two steps, will be discarded.
Attach Quantity
If this option is Enabled, quantity will be attached to the left or right of the data.
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5.4 Barcode & KDC Settings
KTSync® allows the user to configure the KDC Scan Options and Barcode Settings. The
configuration options for the KDC using KTSync® are similar to the Set Barcodes, Code
Options, Data Editing and Scan Options on the KDC Menu. Please refer to 11. Appendix
A – Barcode & Scan Options for proper barcode settings for the application.
Note
The user must configure barcode and scan options properly for optimal KDC
performance.
Figure 28 - Barcode & KDC Settings, Symbologies, Data Editing and Scan Options
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Select Symbologies and Symbology Options
The process for scanning and reading barcodes is delicate and complicated. Although
your KDC is equipped with a high performance scan engine, if configured incorrectly it
may not perform at its peak performance level. To ensure its high performance, the KDC
comes configured to optimize its scan engine technology. Unless you clearly understand
the impact of your changes to the KDC settings, please do not change factory default
settings. Please refer to Appendix A for details. Pressing the Default icon will reset all
symbology related options to factory default settings.
Data Editing Option
Prefix - Allows the user to add a prefix to scanned data that can then be stored in KDC or
wedged to the host. The Prefix format must be defined in the data format menu of
KTSync. The maximum length for a Prefix is 11 characters.
Note
This Prefix option is different from the Prefix option in KTSync that appends
the prefix to data during synchronization.
Suffix - Allows the user to add a suffix to scanned data, which can then be stored in KDC
or wedged to the host. The Suffix must be defined in the data format menu of KTSync.
The maximum length for a Suffix is 11 characters.
Note
This Suffix option is different from the Suffix option in KTSync that appends
the suffix to data during synchronization.
AIM ID - Allows the user to add AIM ID to scanned data, which can then be stored in KDC
or wedged to the host. AIM ID must be defined in data format menu of KTSync. AIM ID is
either added to the end of Prefix or Suffix.
Partial Data: Allows the user to display and store partial data. The user defines the start
position and number of characters to be displayed and stored.

Select the x characters from y position

Set Partial Data Start Position to y, Partial Data Length to x, Partial Data
Action to Select.

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Partial Data Length 0 selects all characters from y position.
Erase the x characters from y position

Set Partial Data Start Position to y, Partial Data Length to x, Partial Data
Action to Erase.

Partial Data Length 0 erases all characters from y position.
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5.5 Other Settings
Other options under the Settings menu allow the user to select four additional settings:

Ask Confirmation before Trying Auto Connection prevents unintentional launch
of KTSync.

Ask Confirmation before Starting Auto Synchronization prevents unintentional
synchronization of data.

Minimize KTSync on Start will minimize KTSync and send it to the tray upon
execution.

Keep Checking Bluetooth Connection allows reconnection of KDC once
Bluetooth signal is detected. This feature is useful when moving to or from
Bluetooth host device frequently. KTSync will automatically reconnect
Bluetooth connection when the user enter an effective Bluetooth network
range. (Not Available on KDC100)
To select any of these settings, click on the box to the left of the setting. A check mark ()
will display next to the setting to indicate that it is selected.
Figure 29 - KTSync® Confirmation Settings
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5.6 KDC Menu in KTSync (KDC20/30/400)
After connecting KDC 20/30/400 to PC with a USB cable, run KTSync on your PC and you
will see KDC Menu on the right side of KTSync window. Click KDC Menu, and you can
configure your KDC20/30/400 in KDC Menu window, as shown below.
Figure 30 - KDC Menu in KTSync (KDC20/30/400)
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5.7 Mobile pKTSync
pKTSync provides limited functionality for Pocket PC 2003 and Mobile 5.0+ users.
1.
Synchronization - Provides data upload functionality to your applications.
2.
Keyboard Emulator - Allows scanned data to be uploaded directly into your
application as if the data were being entered manually on a keyboard.
For detailed explanations of these functions, please refer to earlier sections of this chapter.
WARNING: The user must assign the correct COM port to KDC before using pKTSync.
Please refer to the mobile device manual for details on Bluetooth pairing and COM port
assignment methods.
Figure 31 - Mobile pKTSync
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5.8 Android aKTSync
The aKTSync provides limited functionality of PC KTSync to Android users.
 aKTSync only supports Android devices with 2.1+ OS version and that are
compatible with BluetoothChat application.
 KDC with Bluetooth Spec2.1+EDR doesn’t prompt Pin code entry menu.
Note
KDC and Android Pairing
1.
2.
3.
Pairing

Select SPP Bluetooth profile from the KDC ConnectDevice submenu in BT
Config menu.

Search KDCxxx from Android and pair the two devices.

If SPP2.0 is selected, KDCxxx PIN code is “0000”.
Connection

Click Connect icon in aKTSync.

Android will list paired Bluetooth devices and the user should select the
target KDC.
Synchronization: Provides data upload functionality to the applications.
4.
Settings: The user can change various Synchronization options in the settings
menu.
5.
Wedging: The user can wedge barcode data to any Android application. Press
the home key and launch the target application.
Launch KTSync
1.
Download and install aKTSync from the Android Play Store.
2.
Change KDC Bluetooth ConnectDevice option to SPP.
3.
Execute Android Bluetooth device scan option and KDC Bluetooth pairing option.
A. Execute KDC Bluetooth Pairing option.
B. Launch Settings on the Android device.
C. Select Wireless and Networks.
D. Click on Bluetooth Settings.
E. Click on Scan devices.
F. The Android device will display the KDC model and 6 digits of the serial number.
4.
Press the KDC list entry, enter “0000” PIN code, and press OK.
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5.
When paired, the Android device will display “Paired but not connected”.
6.
Launch aKTSync program.
A. Press menu key and select the Connect option on the top left.
B. From the list of paired devices, choose the KDC to use.
C. On the top menu bar of aKTSync, you will see a message “connecting”, and then
“connected”.
D. On the KDC display, you will see “Pairing Succeeded!!!” and then “Bluetooth
Connected”.
E. Select Settings option on the bottom left to change aKTSync setting.
Figure 32 - Android aKTSync
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Keyboard Wedge
1. Launch Settings on the Android device.
2. Select Language and Keyboard (or Input method).
3. Select KTSync Keyboard.
4. Launch the application and touch the input box to focus.
5. The barcode will be wedged to the input box upon scanning a barcode.
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5.9 iPad/iPhone/iPod touch KTSync
The KTSync for iPad/iPhone/iPod touch provides limited functionality of PC KTSync for
iPad, iPhone and iPod touch users.
1.
2.
The KDC supports SPP and MFi(iPhone) Bluetooth profiles.
3.
4.
Download the KTSync program from the App Store.
The iPhone/iPad/iPod touch should use MFi(iPhone) Bluetooth profiles.
MFi(iPhone) is the default profile of KDCi models.
Enable the iPhone/iPad/iPod touch Bluetooth power from the Setting > General >
Bluetooth menu.
Note
• Users have to disable MFi option in System > MFi menu to use HID
Bluetooth profiles.
• Users have to RESET the iPhone/iPad/iPod touch to change “HID to
MFi(iPhone) mode” or “vice versa” after removing previous KDC connection.
KDC with Bluetooth Spec2.1+EDR does not prompt Pin code entry menu.
KDC20i/30i/200i/250i/300i/350i/400i connection using MFi(iPhone)
mode
1.
Download and install iKTSync from the Apple App Store.
http://itunes.apple.com/us/app/ktsync/id372916602?mt=8
2.
3.
4.
5.
Press the two KDC side buttons simultaneously to enter menu mode.
Scroll down to Bluetooth menu using KDC Down button.
Press the front middle scan button.
Scroll down to Discovering and press the front middle scan button.
a. “Discovering Started …” message will be displayed on KDC screen.
b. Discovering will take about 30 seconds.
6.
Select discovered iPhone/iPod touch device name and press the front middle scan
button.
a. [Pin Code] User Default/Enter PinCode will be displayed.
b. Press the front middle scan button to select the Use Default option.
c. The message “Connecting to iPhone/iPod touch device name” will be
displayed.
d. iPhone/iPad/iPod touch will ask for the PIN number.
f. Please enter “0000” and hit “connect” icon.
g.“iPhone/iPad Connected” message will be displayed.
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7.
Launch KTSync and configure Settings.
iKTSync Settings
iKTSync provides following Settings menu.


Synchronization - The user can configure Synchronization options, such as
destination of data, data formation and delimiters.
Other settings - Users can configure KDC350 GPS module, disconnection
options and soft trigger button.
Figure 33 - iPad/iPhone/iPod touch KTSync
How to connect and reconnect MFi(iPhone) mode using UP keys
1.
The user needs to select the option to use this feature in the BT Config > BT Toggle.
2.
Press the UP button to connect or reconnect to the iPhone/iPad/iPod touch.
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5.10 Blackberry bKTSync
The bKTSync provides limited functionality of PC KTSync for Blackberry users.
Note
KDC with Bluetooth Spec2.1+EDR does not prompt Pin code entry menu.
1. Download and install bKTSync from the Blackberry App World.
http://appworld.blackberry.com/webstore/search/ktsync?lang=en
2. Go to Blackberry Options > Applications menu and enable Input Simulation option.
3. Change KDC Bluetooth profile in ConnectDevice option to SPP.
4. Execute Blackberry Bluetooth manager and KDC Bluetooth pairing option:
A. Execute KDC Bluetooth Pairing option.
B. Launch the Blackberry Bluetooth manager and select “Search”. The KDC model and
6 digits of the serial number will be displayed.
C. Highlight the KDC and press the Enter or Select Key.
D. Enter
“0000” PIN code and press the Enter or Select Key.
E. The Blackberry will display “Pairing with KDC” and then ”complete.”
F. Close the Blackberry Bluetooth manager.
5. Go to Downloads folder and execute KTSync.
6. The user can configure KDC options in KDC settings and Symbologies Settings menu.
7. Go to KTSync Synchronization Settings and select Destination. To send collected barcode
data as an email attachment, choose Email Attachment as destination and enter in the
email address, subject, and body message that the user want to send. The user can enter
multiple email addresses using the semicolon (;) separator.
8. To scan barcodes into any application (like email, notes, worksheet or web browser), press the
menu key and select Running in the background option. bKTSync will maintain the
connection and place the scanned barcode data wherever the cursor is flashing.
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Figure 34 - Blackberry bKTSync
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5.11 KTSync for Mac OS X
The KTSync Mac OS X version provides limited functionality of PC Windows KTSync for
Mac OS X users.
Note
 KTSync for Mac OS X version supports both Bluetooth SPP profile and USB
connection. The user should pair KDC with Mac before using the KTSync
program via Bluetooth connection.
 Mac OS X version KTSync is built as a X86 binary application and works with
the Intel-based Mac. It is verified on Mac PC running Mac OS X 10.6.5 and
later versions.
KTSync Mac OS X version supports the following features:
 Keyboard wedge function to a file, internal viewer, active window, and user
application.
 Synchronization to a file, internal viewer, active window, and user application.
 Automatic connection and disconnection on USB port.
The user will see the following initial KTSync screen upon launching the program. KTSync
will connect automatically if KDC is plugged in a USB port or if KDC is paired.
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Connect Button
The user can connect the Mac with the KDC that is paired or plugged
into the USB port by clicking the Connect button. The following screen
will be displayed when this button is pressed, and KTSync will start to
connect to the selected KDC.
Disconnect Button
KTSync changes Connect button to Disconnect button once the KDC is
connected. The user can disconnect the KDC manually by selecting
connected KDC on the following screen.
Synchronize Button
The user can start the synchronization process by pressing the
Synchronize button. The user can select the destination of barcode data
in the settings menu. There are 4 selectable destinations: File, Internal
viewer, Active window, and User application.
Clear Button
The user may press this button to clear the KTSync internal viewer.
Settings Button
The user can configure synchronization options on the following
screen by pressing the Settings button.
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Destination of data
The KTSync program wedges or downloads barcode data to one of the following
four destinations:
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


File: The KTSync makes a file name based on 3.11 if file name is specified as an
“sn_timestamp.txt”. The default directory is /Users/Shared/KTSyncData
directory. The user can define another directory or another filename by clicking
the “New” button. The maximum file path length is 128 characters.
Internal viewer: The KTSync displays barcode data in KTSync internal text viewer.
Active window: The KTSync sends barcode data to current active window if Active
window option is selected.
User application: The user can define the target application by pressing the “New”
button. The maximum application name path length is 128 characters.
Synchronization Options

Synchronize KDC clock
KTSync will set the KDC’s date and time with Mac PC date and time when the
KDC is connected to Mac, if this option is enabled.

Burst synchronization
KTSync will synchronize barcode data from KDC in burst mode. Otherwise,
KTSync would synchronize barcode data one by one. This option is enabled by
default and cannot be disabled.

Synchronization on connection
KTSync will automatically synchronize barcode data from the KDC when the KDC
is connected, if this option is enabled.

Clear KDC memory after synchronization
KTSync clears barcode data stored in the KDC’s memory once synchronization
has finished, if this option is enabled.

Append data to file
KTSync appends synchronized data to existing file specified on destination. If file
does not exist then KTSync creates a new file.
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Data Edition

Attach serial number
The KTSync will add a KDC serial number to barcode data. This option is
enabled by default and cannot be disabled.

Attach time stamp
The KTSync would add timestamp to barcode data. This option is enabled by
default and cannot be disabled.

Attached barcode type
The KTSync would add barcode type to barcode data. This option is enabled by
default and cannot be disabled.

Serial number
When Attach serial number is enabled, this option determines when to attach
serial number. “Start of record” means to attach at the front of record and “End
of record” means to attach to the end of record.

Data order
This option specifies the order of data (Barcode Type, Barcode Data and
Timestamp) in the record.

Data delimiter
This option is used to select a character to be added between barcode data,
serial number and timestamp and/or barcode type. User can select one of the
following: None, Tab, Space, Comma and Semicolon as the data delimiter. The
Comma is selected as the data delimiter by default.

Record delimiter
This option is used to select a character to be added at the end of the barcode
record. The user can select one of None, CR, LF, TAB, and CR&LF as the record
delimiter. The CR&LF is selected as the record delimiter by default.
Other Options

Non-English keyboard
This option is used when the barcode data has non-English characters and a
non-English keyboard.
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APPLICATION
6. Application Generation
Note
KDC FW2.85.200.x does not support the Application Generation feature.
Users should upgrade FW2.85.200.x to FW2.86.200.x to use Application
Generation feature.
When you select the Application menu from the KTSync, the user can choose from the
following five Applications: Generation, DB Lookup, Master/Slave, Pick/BIN, and Inventory.
Users can also download saved programs using the Import & Download option.
Figure 35 - Application Menu
When the Application tool is selected, the KDC will beep once to acknowledge a
connection between the KDC and the Application tool. The following KTSync warning
window will pop up if the downloaded application in KDC does not match with KTSync
application tool.
Figure 36 - Application Warning Window
Note
KDC will wedge barcode data to the host in application mode if “wedge and
store always” option in data process menu is selected and KDC firmware
version is higher than 2.86.xxx.G.
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6.1 Application Generation
KDC Application Generation tool is a robust feature that allows you to create custom
applications for collecting and managing barcode data. To create a custom application,
select the Generation submenu from the Application menu in KTSync® .
Figure 37 - Application Generation Menu
Generate Application
Generate step 1 - To generate a custom application, click on the Generate Step 1 box.
This enables the user to define the user prompts and data collection settings for Step 1
of the custom application. Below is a description of each field. These prompts are the
same when selecting Generate step 2 and Generate step 3.
Note
The custom application can include only Step 1.

First line
Enter up to 13 characters; these will display on the first line of the KDC.

Second line
Enter up to 13 characters; these will display on the second line of the KDC.
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
Starting quantity
Enter a predefined start quantity for each scanned barcode. The start quantity
can be defined from 1 to 128. Use the up or down side key to choose the
desired quantity.

Waiting to scan
Enter the number of seconds the KDC pauses before the user prompts display.
During this timeout period, the user can modify the quantity. If this field is set
to zero, the quantity field cannot be adjusted. This field can be defined from
“-1” to “30” seconds. “-1” second enables infinite waiting of user quantity
input.

Enable data filter
Check this box to enable the data filtering option. Data filtering allows the
user to predefine different aspects of the barcode data the user are collecting.
Data Filter Settings
When the user select Enable data filtering, the user must click on the Settings button to
select the Data filter setting. The options for the Data filter settings are the same for Step1,
Step 2, and Step 3.
Figure 38 - Data Filter Settings
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Barcode Type
This field allows the user to select the type of barcodes the KDC will collect.
When the user clicks on the box, Select Symbols is enabled. A listing of the
symbologies supported by the KDC will display. To select a barcode symbology,
click on the box associated with the symbology.

Minimum Data Length
This field allows the user to define the minimum length of the scanned barcode.
The length can be between 2 and 36(KDC350L), 2 and 48(KDC350C) characters. If
the user scans a barcode that has a length of less than the defined length, the
barcode data is not collected.
The default KDC minimum barcode length defined in scan option is 4.
Therefore, users should change KDC minimum barcode length to 2 or
3 to define minimum data length to 2 or 3.
Note

Maximum Data Length
This field allows the user to define the maximum length of a scanned barcode. The
defined length can be between 2 and 256 characters. If the user scans a barcode
that has a length is greater than the defined length, the barcode data is not
collected.

Barcode Collation
This option enables the user to define a data string that the KDC will use to
compare scanned barcodes.

Starting Position – This is the start position of the scanned barcode data to
be compared with the defined data string.

Data String – This is the defined value to be compared with scanned
barcode data. This value can be up to 32 characters.

Collect Partial Data
This option allows the user to define partial barcode data to be collected when a
barcode is scanned. Only the partial data will be stored in the KDC.

Start position – This is the starting position that the KDC will use when
collecting scanned barcode data.
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Data Length – This is the length of partial data to be stored by the KDC.
Check for Duplicated Data
This option allows the user to prevent the collection of duplicate data.

Previous Scanned Data – This option allows the user to compare the
scanned barcode with the previously scanned barcode and treat it as noncompliant data if the user scanned the same barcode twice.

All Stored Data – This option allows the user to compare the scanned
barcode with stored barcode data and treat it as non-compliant data if the
same barcode already scanned and stored.

Do not Save Non-Compliant Data
This field tells the KDC how to manage non-compliant data based on the defined
data filtering fields. If this field is enabled, non-compliant data is NOT stored in
the KDC. If this option is not enabled, non-compliant data is stored.
Generate step 2
To include another step in the data collection process, click the box, Generate step 2.
This step has the same options as Step 1. In this step, the user have the option of
repeating step 2 by clicking the box, Repeat Step.
Note
This field is disabled when the application has three steps.
Generate step 3
To include a third step, click the box, Generate step 3. This step has the same options as
step 1 and 2. In this step, the user has the option to repeat steps 2 or 3.
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Application Download and Execution
Before running your application, it must be downloaded to KDC.
1. Click the “Download” icon from Application Generation Window.
2. Change KDC from Normal mode to Application mode.
A. Press two side buttons simultaneously to enter menu mode.
B. Select KDC mode and enter scan button.
C. Change to Application mode.
D. Save and exit from menu mode.
3. KDC will run in normal mode if you do not change to Application mode after
downloading the application.
4. If you want to delete the downloaded application in your KDC, select App. Data in
Reset Memory after you go to System Config in KDC Menu.
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6.2 Predefined Applications
KTSync provides four Predefined Applications: Master/Slave, Pick/Bin, DB Lookup and
Inventory.
Master/Slave
Master/Slave predefined application allows you to define a master barcode for
comparison with one or more slave barcodes. The predefined application can be run once
or continuously. Within either setting, you can define a substring for comparison of master
and slave barcodes.
Master/Slave Onetime
Define one master barcode and compare it with one slave barcode.
Master/Slave Continuous
Define one master barcode and compare it with multiple slave barcodes.
Collation Options
Works in either Onetime or Continuous Mode to compare a substring within the master
and slave barcodes.



Master start position - Select the numeric position of start substring character in
Pick barcode, 1 to 255.
Slave start position - Select the numeric position of start substring character in
Pick barcode, 1 to 255.
Comparing Barcode Length - Number of characters to be compared, 0 to 255. 0
means all characters.
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Pick/Bin
The Pick/Bin predefined application is a special version of the Master/Slave predefined
application. The Pick/Bin application allows you to define the Pick ID and the barcode
symbology for comparison with a defined Bin.

Number of ID and Symbology
Define Pick ID characters from 1 to 32 and the barcode symbology.

Pick Start Position and Symbology
Figure 40 - Master/Slave Application Settings
KDC Mode
Collation :
Define substring to
be compared.
Default is entire
barcode
Onetime
Select MS Mode :
( Onetime,
Continuous)
Continuous
Scan Master
Barcode
Scan Master
Barcode
Up
Key
Up
Key
Yes
Matched
Mismatched
Up or Down
Key ?
Scan Check
Barcode
Down
Key
Matched
Scan Check
Barcode
No
Up Key ?
Down
Key
Mismatched
Up or Down
Key ?
Figure 39 - Master/Slave Application Flow Chart
Select numeric position of start substring character in Pick barcode from 1 to
255 and the barcode symbology.

Bin Start Position and Symbology
Select the numeric position of start substring character in Bin barcode from 1
to 255 and the barcode symbology.

Comparing Barcode Length
Select the number of characters to be compared from 0 to 255. 0 means all
characters.
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Figure 41 - Pick/BIN Application Menu
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Exit to KDC Menu
User ID
Defined
<Up>+<Down>
No
Scan User ID
Valid User ID
No
Yes
Up
Side Key
Please
scan Pick data
No
Store User ID
Yes
User Input
Scan button
Valid Barcode
Yes
Please scan
Bin data
Ignore Scanned
Pick Label
Timeout
User Input
Up
Side Key
Scan button
Ignore Scanned
Pick Label
No
Store
User ID,
KDC Serial Number,
Timestamp,
Pick Barcode
Yes
Barcode
Match?
Figure 42 - Pick/BIN Application Flow Chart
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DB Lookup Application
The DB Lookup application allows you to download a database to the KDC that can then
be utilized for advanced AUTO-ID applications, such as displaying additional data after
scanning a barcode. For example, using our DB Lookup application, you can download
a product database including information such as description, price, and stock quantity.
With the advanced data functionality built-in to the KDC, you can easily display product
price, description, and stock level after the product’s barcode is scanned.
Functionality of DB Lookup Application

The database size cannot exceed 800 records.

The maximum record size is 128 bytes.

Each record can have up to 4 fields, including the barcode, which is the primary
key.

The maximum field size is 39 characters.

Quantities can be entered by pressing the UP or DOWN scroll buttons after DB
fields are displayed.

Quantity can be 1 to 128.

The user can create a database using Microsoft Excel.
1. Excel file must be saved as .txt.
2. Records should be separated by CR/LF.
3. Fields should be separated by TAB.
4. Database should end with CR/LF.
5. Last 4 bytes of database should be CR/LF/CR/LF.
DB Lookup Fields and Settings

Download DB to KDC - Downloads user created database to KDC.

Starting Quantity - Enter predefined start quantity for each scanned barcode.
The start quantity can be defined from 1 to 128 and can be adjusted using UP or
DOWN buttons.

Barcode Field - Select the position of barcode field in database from 1 to 4.

Stored Barcode Start Position - Select the numeric position of start substring
character of barcode in database from 1 to 39.

Scanned Barcode Start Position - Select the numeric position of start substring
character of scanned barcode from 1 to 39.
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Comparing Barcode Length - Number of characters to be compared from 0 to
255 where 0 is all characters.

Display on KDC - Define database fields to be displayed on KDC. KDC can
display one to three fields. KDC will display one field in two or three lines, if same
field is specified in line entering option.
Figure 43 - DB Lookup Application Menu
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Inventory Application
The Inventory application allows the user to count inventories by scanning inventory
barcodes. This application will increase inventory item count if the same item is scanned.
Users can also download an inventory database to the KDC. If inventory DB is
downloaded, KDC will display inventory description after scanning a barcode.
Functionality of Inventory Application
 The inventory cannot exceed 800 items.
 The maximum record size is 128 bytes.
 Each record can have up to 4 fields, including the barcode, which is the primary key.
 The maximum field size is 39 characters.
 Quantities 1 to 32786 can be entered by pressing the UP or DOWN buttons after
inventory is scanned.
 Starting Quantity can be 1 to 128.
 Min/Max. Data Length is between 2 to 256 (KDC100/200/250/350L) or 4 to 256
(KDC300/350C).
 Barcode Collation Start Position is between 1 to 256.
 The length of Collation Data String is between 1 to 30.
 Collect Partial Data Start Position is between 1 to 256.
 Collect Partial Data Length is between 1 to 256.
 Users can create an inventory database using Microsoft Excel.
 Excel file must be saved as .txt.
 Click User Inventory DB option to display inventory description.
 Click Do not add non-existing item into DB if one do not wish to add new items
into inventory DB.
 The number of Barcode Data Field is between 1 to 4.
 The position of Display Filed is between 1 to 4.
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Figure 44 - Inventory Application
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7. Troubleshooting
PROBLEM
KDC not working
CAUSE
Dead battery
SOLUTION
 Charge battery by connecting KDC to
your PC using the included cable
KDC not charging
Failed reading
Hardware failure
Bad battery

Poor USB port

Damaged barcode
Out of scan range
Incorrect angle
Symbology
not supported
Scan options
KDC reads
wrong barcode
Can’t
communicate
with PC, PDA,
or smartphone
LED blinks yellow
Distributor
USB port doesn’t supply proper current
to KDC
- Charge KDC using a different
USB port on your PC
 Scan a different barcode
 Move the scanner closer to barcode
 Move scanner farther from the barcode
Change the angle of scanner to barcode
Contact KOAMTAC www.KOAMTAC.com for possibility of
custom symbology support
 Check scan option settings


Dirty scan window
Damaged scan
window
Dirty scan window

Damaged scan
window
Poor quality barcode

USB cable is not
connected
properly
Software is not
working properly
COM configuration
Low battery power
Contact distributor for technical support
 Replace battery – Contact Local

Clean scan window
Replace scan window
 Clean scan window
Replace scan window
 Select only necessary barcodes
 Increase minimum barcode length
 Increase security level
 Check cable connection between
KDC
and host device

Reload the software

Check COM port configurations
 Charge the battery by connecting KDC to
PC.
 KDC will lose collected data if the battery
is empty.
Buffer Full
Message
Empty Battery
Message
Abnormal KTSync
Operation on
DELL PC
Full Memory
 Clear the Memory using Synchronization
program
Empty battery
 Connect USB immediately.
 Synchronize the collected data and
Quickset Utility
 Disable Quickset Utility before using
charge KDC
KTSync.
 Dell Quickset utility interrupts
WSED Utility
normal
KTSync operation
 Disable WSED Wireless enable/disable
utility
 delete the folder C:\Program
Files\WSED, which contains a file
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WSED.exe, with the same icon as in the
taskbar
 Delete the registry entry
KEY_LOCAL_MACHINE
\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\Current
Version\Run\WSED
Table 6 - Troubleshooting Techniques
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8. Warranty
LIMITED WARRANTY AND DISCLAIMERS
BY OPENING THE PACKAGE OF THIS PRODUCT YOU AGREE TO BECOME BOUND BY THE
LIABILITY AND WARRANTY CONDITIONS AS DESCRIBED BELOW.
UNDER ALL CIRCUMSTANCES, THIS MANUAL SHOULD BE READ ATTENTIVELY, BEFORE
INSTALLING AND OR USING THE PRODUCT.
Serial Number
A serial number appears on the KDC label. This official registration number is strictly related to the
device purchased. Make sure that the serial number appearing on your KDC is not removed.
Removing the serial number will affect the warranty conditions and liability disadvantageously, so
please maintain the label with serial number on the KDC. Units with the serial number label
removed should not be operated.
Warranty/Warranty Period/Liability
KOAMTAC, Inc. (“KOAMTAC”) manufactures its hardware products in accordance with industrystandard practices. Unless otherwise agreed in a contract, KDC is warranted for a period of one
year after purchase, covering defects in material and workmanship except rechargeable battery.
KOAMTAC will repair or, at its opinion, replace products that prove to be defective in material or
workmanship under proper use during the warranty period. KOAMTAC will not be liable in cases (i)
in which the unit has been repaired or altered unless done or approved by KOAMTAC, (ii) in
which the unit has not been maintained in accordance with any operating or handling instructions
supplied by KOAMTAC, (iii) in which the unit has been subjected to unusual physical or electrical
stress, misuse, abuse, power shortage, negligence or accident or (iv) in which the unit has been
used other than in accordance with the product operating and handling instructions. Preventive
maintenance is the responsibility of the customer and is not covered under this warranty. Under no
circumstance will KOAMTAC be liable for any direct, indirect, consequential or incidental damages
arising out of use or inability to use either the hardware or software, even if KOAMTAC has been
informed about the possibility of such damages.
Warranty Coverage and Procedure
During the warranty period, KOAMTAC will repair or replace defective products returned to
KOAMTAC warehouse. International customers should contact the local KOAMTAC office or
support center. If warranty service is required, KOAMTAC will issue a Return Material Authorization
Number. Products must be shipped in the original or comparable package, shipping and insurance
charges prepaid. KOAMTAC will ship the repaired or replacement product freight and insurance
prepaid. Customer accepts full responsibility for its software and data including the appropriate
backup thereof. Repair or replacement of a product during warranty will not extend the original
warranty term.
CAUTION: Changes or modifications not expressly approved by the manufacturer responsible for
compliance could void the user’s authority to operate the equipment.
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9. Contact Information
CORPORATE HEADQUARTERS
116 Village Blvd., Suite 305
Princeton, NJ 08540, USA
Phone: 609-256-4700, FAX: 609-228-4373
Email: [email protected]
For more information, visit our website - www.KOAMTAC.com
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10. Appendix A – Barcode & Scan Options
The process for scanning and reading barcodes is delicate and complicated. Although the
KDC is equipped with a high performance scan engine, if configured incorrectly, it may
not perform at its peak performance level. To ensure its high performance, the KDC
comes configured to optimize its scan engine technology. Unless you clearly understand
the impact of your changes to the KDC settings, please do not change factory default
settings.
10.1 Symbologies
KOAMTAC’s KDC products support most major barcode symbologies including 1D, 2D,
Postal, and OCR-Fonts. Below is the list of the barcode symbologies supported by the
KDC with respect to each model’s particular area of support. To ensure superior scan
performance, remember to select only the required symbologies.
KDC20/100/200/250/350L/
410/415
KDC30/300/350C/420/425/450
1D
Barcodes
EAN13, EAN8, UPCA, UPCE,
Bookland EAN, EAN13 with Addon,
EAN8 with Add-on, UPCA with Addon, UPCE with Add-on, Interleave 2
of 5, ITF14, Code128, Codabar, GS1128, Code39, Code93, & Code35
2D
Barcodes
N/A
AztecCode, AztecRunes,
CodablockF,Code 16K, Code49,
DataMatrix, MaxiCode, MicroPDF,
PDF417, & QRCode and
HanXin Code
Postal
Barcodes
N/A
AusPost, CanadaPost, ChinaPost,
JapanPost, KoreaPost, KixPost, Planet
Code, Postnet (US), & UKPost
OCR
Fonts
N/A
OCR-A, OCR-B, OCRUSCurrency,
OCRMICRE13B, & OCRSEMIFONT
Codabar, Code11, Code32, Code39,
Code128, EAN8, EAN13, GS1-128,
I2of5, MSI, Plessey, PosiCode, GS1
DATABAR OMNI, GS1 Limited, GS1
Expanded, S2of5IA, S2of5ID, TLC39,
Telepen, Trioptic, UPCA, & UPCE
Table 7 - Symbologies Supported by KDC
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Bookland EAN vs. EAN-13
Bookland EAN, which includes ISBN, ISSN, and ISMN, is supported by the KDC. This group
of symbologies is essentially an EAN-13 barcode with fixed prefixes; 977 for ISSN, 978 for
ISBN, and 979 for ISMN. If EAN-13 and Bookland EAN are both enabled, Bookland EAN
takes precedence. Bookland EAN does not have any options. The Bookland EAN barcode
does not contain any groupings – that is, there are no hyphens or separators. Thus, the ISBN
957-630-239-0 is transmitted as 9576302390.
Add-on Symbologies
By default, the 2 or 5 digit add-on symbols with a UPCE, UPCA, EAN-8, and EAN-13
barcode are neither decoded nor transmitted. Transmission for these specific
symbologies is enabled by setting the appropriate withAddon options. There are 4
withAddon options, one for each symbology:

UPCEwithAddon

UPCAwithAddon

EAN8withAddon

EAN13withAddon
The decoding of add-on symbols are defined by the following table, which explains the
process for EAN-13 symbols.
Mode
Behavior
Value of flags
Autodiscrimination
If add-on symbol is present, then it is also
decoded; otherwise, only the EAN-13
symbol is decoded.
true
true
With add-on
Only EAN-13 barcodes with 2 or 5 addon symbols are decoded.
false
true
Without add-on
The add-on symbol is ignored.
true
false
Table 8 - Add-on for EAN-13 Symbology
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The add-on symbol is appended to the EAN-13 barcode. The process is similar for UPCE,
UPCA, and EAN-8 barcodes. Note that all the UPCE, UPCA, EAN-8, and EAN-13
formatting and conversion options are in effect. The following table should help explain
the effect of various options for EAN-8 barcode 12345670 + 12.
Barcode
1234567012
EAN8_as_EAN13
False
123456712
00000123456712
EAN8_Return
CheckDigit
EAN13_ReturnCh
eckDigit
True
N/A
False
True
N/A
000001234567012
False
True
Table 9 - Add-on for EAN-8 Symbology
The add-on symbol contains neither a check digit nor a terminating guard band. Every
effort has been made to reduce the decoding error; however, it is likely to decode a
partial scan of a 5-digit add-on symbol as a 2-digit add-on symbol. It is strongly
recommended that the minimum security level be set at 2 while decoding add-on
symbols. Since the decoder takes a conservative view on the add-on symbols, it is likely
that the add-on symbol will be missed in the auto-discrimination mode. Autodiscrimination mode should then be avoided.
10.2 Code Options (KDC20/30/100/200/250/410/415)
The KDC supports the following barcode options:

Transmission of start and stop characters

Reverse direction

Symbology conversion

Verification of optional check character

Transmission of check digit

Transmission of Start and Stop Characters
For Codabar symbols, the user can choose not to transmit the start and stop symbols, the
NOTIS Editing. By default, they are transmitted. Setting the field
CodaBar_NoStartStopChars to true disables the transmission.
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Reverse Direction
This option may be selected if direction oriented symbologies are designated, such as
Code35.
Symbology Conversion
By default the EAN-8, UPCE, and UPCA symbols are transmitted in their native format.
However, it is possible to show them in a different format. The user can choose to
display UPCE symbols as either UPC-A or EAN-13 symbols, EAN-8 symbols as EAN-13
symbols, or UPC-A symbols as EAN-13 symbols. The following table shows the effect of
setting various options.
Option
EAN-8
UPC-A
UPC-E
EAN8_as_EAN13
Converted to
EAN-13
No effect
No effect
UPCA_as_EAN13
No effect
Converted to
EAN-13
No effect
UPCE_as_EAN13
No effect
No effect
Converted to
EAN-13
UPCE_as_UPCA
No effect
No effect
Converted to
UPC-A
All others
No effect
Table 10 - Symbology Conversion
Verification of Optional “Check Digit”
Code39 and Interleave 2 of 5 have an optional check digit, which, by default, is not
verified. Changing the option VerifyCheckDigit to true can enable their verification, or
the user can enable the verification for individual symbologies. If the check digit
verification fails, the barcode is not transmitted.
Option Selected
Verify Code39 check digit
Verify I2of5 check digit
VerifyCheckDigit
Yes
Yes
Code39_VerifyCheckDigit
Yes
No effect
I2of5_VerifyCheckDigit
No effect
Yes
Table 11 - Verification of Optional "Check Digit"
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Transmission of “Check Digit”
By default, the check digit – optional or mandatory – is not transmitted. Its transmission
can be enabled for all symbologies by enabling ReturnCheckDigit option.
Option Selected
Is the check digit returned?
ReturnCheckDigit
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
EAN13_ReturnCheckDigit
Yes
No
effect
No
effect
No
effect
No effect
No
effect
EAN8_ReturnCheckDigit
No
effect
Yes
No
effect
No
effect
No effect
No
effect
UPCA_ReturnCheckDigit
No
effect
No
effect
Yes
No
effect
No effect
No
effect
UPCE_ReturnCheckDigit
No
effect
No
effect
No
effect
Yes
No effect
No
effect
Code39_ReturnCheckDigit
No
effect
No
effect
No
effect
No
effect
Yes
No
effect
I2of5_ReturnCheckDigit
No
effect
No
effect
No
effect
No
effect
No effect
Yes
Table 12 - Transmission of "Check Digit"
Resolution of Inconsistencies
Three types of inconsistencies could arise in the assignment of symbology options. The
decoder has pre-defined strategies to resolve these inconsistencies: If UPCE_as_EAN13 is
true, then UPCE_as_UPCA is ignored.
If symbology conversion is selected but the target symbology is not enabled, then the
decoder still outputs the symbol in the target symbology. For example, suppose UPC-E is
enabled and UPCE_as_EAN13 is true but EAN-13 is disabled. All UPC-E symbols will be
shown as EAN-13 and EAN-13 options (if specified) will be applied. For the two
symbologies that have optional check digits, Code39 and Interleave 2 of 5, the decoder
will always transmit the check digit if the verification is disabled.
Verify Check
Return Check
Digit
Digit
Description
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Disabled
BARCODE & SCAN
Enabled or
Check digit is not verified but is transmitted
Disabled
Enabled
Disabled
Check digit is verified but is not transmitted
Enabled
Enabled
Check digit is verified and is transmitted
Table 13 - Resolution of Inconsistencies
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10.3 Miscellaneous Barcode Information
Height of a Linear Barcode
Industry standards suggest a height of either 6.5mm or 15% of the symbol length,
whichever is greater. Symbols of less than recommended heights may cause recognition
problems.
Check Characters
Yes, we recommend the use of check-characters in barcodes. Operating without checkcharacters is not safe and will lead to errors that are costly to correct. Using checkcharacters positively affects data integrity, especially when character density is at the limits
and/or image quality is not at its best.
Prevent Interleave 2 of 5 Partial Reading
A partial scan of an Interleave 2 of 5 symbols may decode and cause incorrect data to be
read. To prevent partial scans on long symbols, the user should include bearer bars.
These bars run along the top and bottom edges of the barcode in the scanning direction.
If a partial scan of the barcode occurs, the scanning beam will hit the bearer bar and will
not decode. The bearer bar must touch the top and bottom of all the bars and must be at
least 3 times as wide.
Another solution for the short scanning problem is to fix all Interleave 2 of 5 symbols to a
set number of digits. Zeros can be used to pad the data to the set number of digits. The
application program would then be set to only accept scans of the correct number of
digits.
Finally, a check digit may be used. The Interleave 2 of 5 symbology has an optional check
character that uses a weighted Modulo 10 scheme. The check character is the last
character in the symbol and should be checked by the decoder and then transmitted with
the data. Since Interleave 2 of 5 must always have an even number of digits, the leftmost
character may need to be a zero when the check character is added. The standard check
digit is calculated by assigning alternating 3,1,3,1… weights to respective data digits.
These weights are then multiplied by their respective data digits and the products are
summed. The check digit is the digit that needs to be added to the sum to make it an
even multiple of 10. An example would be if the sum of the products was 37, then the
check digit would be 3.
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Equation to Determining Potential Number of Stored Barcodes
The number of barcodes that can be stored in the KDC memory depends on the size of
the barcodes.
Example: If only UPCA barcodes are scanned and the check digit is not transmitted,
then each barcode takes up 11 (barcode data) + 2 (added bytes) + 2 (length and type) + 4
(time stamp) = 19 bytes. The maximum number of UPCA barcodes that can be saved is
204,800/19 =10,778. However, KDC has limited the maximum number of barcode to
10,240 and users cannot store more than 10,240 barcodes in 2.85/86 version. 3.0x version
allows the user to store maximum 204,800 barcodes.
Data Buffer Full
When the data buffer is full, the KDC displays a message, Buffer Full, ignoring any
command to scan barcodes. The user must reset the data buffer to continue data
collection.
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11. Appendix B –FAQ
11.1 Symbology
Q: What barcode symbologies are supported by the KDC?
A: The KDC20/100/200/250/350L/410/415 support 1D barcode only.
KDC30/300/350C/420/425/450 support most major 1D, 2D barcode symbologies and OCR.
KDC30/300/420/425
2D Barcodes
AztecCode, AztecRunes, CodablockF,
KDC20/100/200/250/410/415
1D Barcodes
Code16K, Code49, DataMatrix,
EAN13
MaxiCode, MicroPDF, PDF417,
EAN8
QRCode, and HanXin Code
UPCA
1D Barcodes
Codabar, Code11, Code32, Code39,
Code128, EAN8, EAN13, GS1-128,
I2of5, MSI, Plessey, PosiCode, GS1
DATABAR OMNI, GS1 Limited, GS1
UPCE
Bookland EAN
EAN13 with Add-on
EAN8 with Add-on
UPCA with Add-on
Expanded, S2of5IA, S2of5ID, TLC39,
UPCE with Add-on
Telepen, Trioptic, UPCA, and UPCE
Interleave 2 of 5
ITF14
Postal Barcodes
Code128
AusPost, CanadaPost, ChinaPost,
Codabar
JapanPost, KoreaPost, KixPost, Planet
GS1-128
Code, Postnet (US), and UKPost
Code39
OCR Fonts
OCR-A, OCR-B, OCRUSCurrency,
Code93
Code35
OCRMICRE13B, and OCRSEMIFONT
Table 14 – Symbologies supported by KDC
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11.2 Host Interface
Q: What interface ports are supported by the KDC?
A: The KDC100 has two USB ports: Swing-out Type A and ultra mini USB ports that
support USB to Serial protocol. KDC200/250/300/350/400 have one ultra mini USB port
that supports USB to Serial protocol and Bluetooth that supports HID/SPP/MFi(iPhone)
Bluetooth profiles. KDC20/30 have one Swing-out Type A USB port which supports USB
to Serial protocol and Bluetooth with HID, SPP and MFi(iPhone) Bluethooth profiles.
11.3 Battery
Q: How long will the KDC battery last before it needs to be replaced?
A: The battery on the KDC can be charged at least 300 times before it needs to be
replaced.
Q: How long does it take to charge the KDC?
A: It takes about 2 hours to charge the KDC20/100/200, 4 hours to charge the
KDC30/250/300, and 5 hours to charge the KDC350/400.
Q: How many barcodes can a fully charged KDC scan?
A: If the user scans a barcode every 1 seconds, KDC100 scans more than 15,000 barcodes,
KDC20 scans more than 9,000 barcodes, KDC200 scans more than 7,500 barcodes,
KDC250 scans more than 25,000 scans, KDC30/300 scans more than 20,000 scans and
KDC350/400 scan more than 40,000.
Q: How long will the KDC battery lasts in the sleep mode?
A: KDC100 lasts more than 75 days. KDC20/200 lasts more than 2 days while connected in
Bluetooth and 60 days if not connected in Bluetooth. KDC250 lasts 7 days while
connected in Bluetooth and 120 days if not connected in Bluetooth. KDC30/300 last more
than 25 days while connected in Bluetooth and 5 days if not connected in Bluetooth.
KDC350 lasts more than 12 hours while GPS is active and Bluetooth is connected, 7 days
while GPS is not active and Bluetooth is connected, and 20 days while GPS is not active
and Bluetooth is not connected. KDC410/415/420/425/430 last more than 8 days while
connected in Bluetooth and 20 days while if not connected in Bluetooth. KDC450 lasts
more than 4 hours while reading RFiD tag continuously every second and Bluetooth is
connected, 5 days if reading RFiD tag casually and Bluetooth is connected.
Q: Can I replace the KDC battery?
A: Yes. The KDC has a separate compartment for the battery that can be opened easily
with a driver. KDC batteries can be purchased at www.KOAMTACstore.com or from local
KDC reseller.
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11.4 Memory
Q: How many barcodes can be stored in the KDC?
A: KDC100M/200M/250M/300M/350 have 4MB data memory which can store maximum of
204,800 barcodes. KDC20/30 have 160KB data memory which can store maximum 10,240
barcodes. KDC400 has 100KB data memory.
Q: Can I download stored barcodes or wedge barcodes to my application?
A: Yes. KTSync® is keyboard wedging, application generation, DB look up, and inventory
program bundled with the KDC200/250/300/350, which supports host devices running on
Android® , iPhone/iPad/iPod touch, Blackberry® , Windows® XP/Vista/7/Mobile5.0+.
KTSync® provides keyboard wedging program only for KDC20/30/400 and KDC100 only
supports Windows XP/Vista/7 version.
Q: Does the KDC support Android® , iPhone/iPad/iPod touch® , Blackberry® , Mac® and
Windows® devices?
A: KTSync® currently supports Android® , iPhone/iPad/iPod touch, Blackberry® , Mac® and
Windows® devices.
11.5 Programming
Q: Can the KDC be programmed by a KOAMTAC partner?
A: Yes. KOAMTAC’s Application Generation tool provides an enhanced programming
environment for developing custom applications for the KDC.
1. KDC supports, at most, three step data collection processes, including the ability
to perform various data functionality features.
2. KDC’s database lookup function provides enhanced data processes, enabling the
KDC to display database results with or without scanned barcode data.
3. KDC can display a message from the Host by enabling two-way communications
and a messaging application.
Q: Does KOAMTAC provide customization services for the KDC?
A: Yes. Custom applications or projects can be developed by KOAMTAC engineers. This
service is provided for an additional fee to KOAMTAC. For more information regarding
this service, please contact KOAMTAC.
Q: Can a partner develop a PC or Smartphone application for the KDC?
A: A software development kit for Windows® XP/Vista/7/Mobile5.0+ and Android is
available on KOAMTAC support page. Android® , iPhone/iPad/iPod touch, Blackberry® ,
and Mac® SDK are available through KOAMTAC authorized distributors.
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12. Appendix C – 1D Special Barcodes
(KDC20/100/200/250/350L/410/415)
12.1 Set Symbologies
Enable EAN13
Disable EAN13
Enable EAN8
Disable EAN8
Enable UPCA
Disable UPCA
Enable UPCE
Disable UPCE
Enable Code39
Disable Code39
Enable ITF14
Disable ITF14
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Enable Code128
Disable Code128
Enable I2 of 5
Disable I2 of 5
Enable Codabar
Disable Codabar
Enable GS1-128
Disable GS1-128
Enable Code93
Disable Code93
Enable Code35
Disable Code35
Enable Bookland EAN
Disable Bookland EAN
Enable EAN13 with Addon
Disable EAN13 with Addon
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Enable EAN8 with Addon
Disable EAN8 with Addon
Enable UPCA with Addon
Disable UPCA with Addon
Enable UPCE with Addon
Disable UPCE with Addon
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12.2 Barcode Options
Codabar - do NOT transmit start/stop
Codabar - transmit start/stop
Convert UPCE to UPCA
Do NOT convert UPCE to UPCA
Convert EAN8 to EAN13
Do NOT convert EAN8 to EAN13
Convert UPCE to EAN13
Do NOT convert UPCE to EAN13
Return Check Digit
Do NOT Return Check Digit
Verify Check Digit
Do NOT Verify Check Digit
Convert UPCA to EAN13
Do NOT Convert UPCA to EAN13
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Verify check digit for I2of5
Do NOT verify check digit for I2of5
Verify check digit for Code39
Do NOT verify check digit for Code39
Return check digit for I2of5
Do NOT return check digit for I2of5
Return check digit for Code39
Do NOT return check digit for Code39
Return check digit for UPCE
Do NOT return check digit for UPCE
Return check digit for UPCA
Do NOT return check digit for UPCA
Return check digit for EAN8
Do NOT return check digit for EAN8
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1D SPECIAL BARCODES
Do NOT return check digit for EAN13
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12.3 Delete Last Scanned Barcode
Delete Last Scanned Barcode
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12.4 Scan Options
Wide Scan Angle
Narrow Scan Angle
Normal Filter Mode
High Filter Mode
Enable Auto Trigger
Disable Auto Trigger
Reread Delay = Continuous
Reread Delay = Short
Reread Delay = Medium
Reread Delay = Long
Reread Delay = Extra Long
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12.5 Scan Timeout
Scan Timeout = 500msec
Scan Timeout = 1sec
Scan Timeout = 2sec
Scan Timeout = 3sec
Scan Timeout = 4sec
Scan Timeout = 5sec
Scan Timeout = 6sec
Scan Timeout = 7sec
Scan Timeout = 8sec
Scan Timeout = 9sec
Scan Timeout = 10sec
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12.6 Minimum Barcode Length
Minimum Length = 2
Minimum Length = 3
Minimum Length = 4
Minimum Length = 5
Minimum Length = 6
Minimum Length = 7
Minimum Length = 8
Minimum Length = 9
Minimum Length = 10
Minimum Length = 11
Minimum Length = 12
Minimum Length = 13
Minimum Length = 14
Minimum Length = 15
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Minimum Length = 16
Minimum Length = 17
Minimum Length = 18
Minimum Length = 19
Minimum Length = 20
Minimum Length = 21
Minimum Length = 22
Minimum Length = 23
Minimum Length = 24
Minimum Length = 25
Minimum Length = 26
Minimum Length = 27
Minimum Length = 28
Minimum Length = 29
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Minimum Length = 30
Minimum Length = 31
Minimum Length = 32
Minimum Length = 33
Minimum Length = 34
Minimum Length = 35
Minimum Length = 36
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12.7 Security Level
Security level = 1
Security level = 2
Security level = 3
Security level = 4
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12.8 Data Process - Wedge/Store & Enter Key
Wedge Only
Wedge & Store Always
Store Only
Save if Sent
Save if Not Sent
Enable Enter Key (KDC350L Only)
Disable Enter Key (KDC350L Only)
Enable Extend Key(KDC350L Only)
Disable Extend Key(KDC350L Only)
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12.9 Data Process - Data Edit
Start Prefix Enter
Start Suffix Enter
Finish Prefix/Suffix Enter
Cancel Prefix/Suffix Enter
Delete Prefix
Delete Suffix
Display Prefix
Display Suffix
AIM ID None
AIM ID In Prefix
AIM ID In Suffix
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Data Process - Data Format & Handshake
Data format = Barcode only
Data format = Packet data
Enable Handshake
Disable Handshake
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Data Process - Termination Character
& Duplicate Check
Termination Character = None
Termination Character = CR
Termination Character = LF
Termination Character = CR+LF
Termination Character = Tab
Enable Duplicate Check
Disable Duplicate Check
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Bluetooth
Enable Bluetooth Power
Disable Bluetooth Power
Enter Pairing Mode
Enable Discovering
Disable Discovering
Connect To Last
Connecting to
Disconnect
HID Sync
SPP Sync
Bluetooth Profile = SPP
Bluetooth Profile = HID iOS
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1D SPECIAL BARCODES
Bluetooth Profile = SPP2.0
Bluetooth Profile = HID Normal
Enable Auto Connect
Disable Auto Connect
Enable Auto Reconnect
Disable Auto Reconnect
Enable Auto Power On
Disable Auto Power On
Enable Auto Power Off
Disable Auto Power Off
Enable Beep Warning
Disable Beep Warning
Enable Power Off Msg
Disable Power Off Msg
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Display BT MAC Address
Display BT FW Version
Enable Wakeup Nulls
Disable Wakeup Nulls
Enable BT Toggle
Disable BT Toggle
Enable BT Disconnect Button
Disable BT Disconnect Button
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Bluetooth Auto Power On Time
Auto Power On Time = Disabled
Auto Power On Time = 1sec
Auto Power On Time = 2sec
Auto Power On Time = 3sec
Auto Power On Time = 4sec
Auto Power On Time = 5sec
Auto Power On Time = 6sec
Auto Power On Time = 7sec
Auto Power On Time = 8sec
Auto Power On Time = 9sec
Auto Power On Time = 10sec
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Bluetooth Power Off Time
BT Power Off Time = 1min
BT Power Off Time = 2min
BT Power Off Time = 3min
BT Power Off Time = 4min
BT Power Off Time = 5min
BT Power Off Time = 6min
BT Power Off Time = 7min
BT Power Off Time = 8min
BT Power Off Time = 9min
BT Power Off Time = 10min
BT Power Off Time = 11min
BT Power Off Time = 12min
BT Power Off Time = 13min
BT Power Off Time = 14min
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BT Power Off Time = 15min
BT Power Off Time = 16min
BT Power Off Time = 17min
BT Power Off Time = 18min
BT Power Off Time = 19min
BT Power Off Time = 20min
BT Power Off Time = 21min
BT Power Off Time = 22min
BT Power Off Time = 23min
BT Power Off Time = 24min
BT Power Off Time = 25min
BT Power Off Time = 26min
BT Power Off Time = 27min
BT Power Off Time = 28min
BT Power Off Time = 29min
BT Power Off Time = 30min
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HID Auto Lock Time
HID Auto Lock Time = 0min (Never)
HID Auto Lock Time = 1min
HID Auto Lock Time = 2min
HID Auto Lock Time = 3min
HID Auto Lock Time = 4min
HID Auto Lock Time = 5min
HID Auto Lock Time = 10min
HID Auto Lock Time = 15min
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HID Keyboard
HID Keyboard = US
HID Keyboard = German
HID Keyboard = French
HID Keyboard = Italian
HID Keyboard = Spanish
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HID Initial Delay
HID Initial Delay = Disabled
HID Initial Delay = 1second
HID Initial Delay = 2seconds
HID Initial Delay = 3seconds
HID Initial Delay = 5seconds
HID Initial Delay = 10seconds
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HID Character Delay
HID Character Delay = Disabled
HID Character Delay = 10msec
HID Character Delay = 20msec
HID Character Delay = 30msec
HID Character Delay = 50msec
HID Character Delay = 100msec
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HID Control Character
HID Control Character = Disabled
HID Control Character = Alt+Numpad
HID Control Character = ^+Character
HID Control Character = Replace with ‘|’
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System
Memory Size = 0.5M / 3.5M Note1
Memory Size = 1M / 3M Note1
Memory Size = 2M / 2M Note1
Memory Size = 3M / 1M Note1
Memory Size = 4M / 0M Note1
Confirm Memory Size Change Note1
Memory Status
Reset Memory
Erase Memory
Reset App data
Reset BT Registry
Enable Auto Erase
Disable Auto Erase
※ Note 1. M Model Only
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Date/Time
Battery
Display Version
Lock Button
Unlock Button
Enable Beep Sound
Disable Beep Sound
High Beep Volume
Low Beep Volume
Enable Auto Menu Exit
Disable Auto Menu Exit
Enable MFi Mode
Disable MFi Mode
Enable Vibrator
Disable Vibrator
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Enable Port Status
Disable Port Status
Display Format = Time & Battery
Display Format = Type & Time
Display Format = Type & Battery
Display Format = Memory Status
Display Format = GPS Data (GPS Model)
Display Format = Barcode Only
Enable Scrolling
Disable Scrolling
Factory Default
KDC Reset
Enable Backup Battery (KDC20 Only)
Disable Backup Battery (KDC20 Only)
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Sleep Timeout
Sleep Timeout = Disable
Sleep Timeout = 1sec
Sleep Timeout = 2sec
Sleep Timeout = 3sec
Sleep Timeout = 4sec
Sleep Timeout = 5sec
Sleep Timeout = 10sec
Sleep Timeout = 20sec
Sleep Timeout = 30sec
Sleep Timeout = 1min
Sleep Timeout = 2min
Sleep Timeout = 5min
Sleep Timeout = 10min
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ETC
Enable Reverse Direction
Disable Reverse Direction
Enable Verify check digit
Disable Verify check digit
Enable Return check digit
Disable Return check digit
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Function
F1
F2
F3
F4
F5
F6
F7
F8
F9
F10
F11
F12
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Number
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
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Lower Case Alphabet
a
b
c
d
e
f
g
h
i
j
k
l
m
n
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o
p
q
r
s
t
u
v
w
x
y
z
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Upper Case Alphabet
A
B
C
D
E
F
G
H
I
J
K
L
M
N
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O
P
Q
R
S
T
U
V
W
X
Y
Z
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Control Character
BS
TAB
LF
VT
CR
ESC
Space
DEL
Shift + Tab
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Symbol Character
!
“
#
$
%
&
‘
(
)
*
+
,
-
.
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/
:
;
<
=
>
?
@
[
\
]
^
_
`
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


1D SPECIAL BARCODES
{
|
}
~
Start String
Stop String
The user can compose a string up to 16 characters.
A string would be composed by scanning the “Start-String”,
number/alphabet/special characters, and “Stop-String” special barcodes.
The KDC will abort string composition if the user do not scan
“Stop-String” in one minute after scanning “Start-String” and
number/alphabet/special characters.
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GPS (GPS Model Only)
Enable GPS Power
Enable GPS Bypass Data
Disable GPS Power
Disable GPS Bypass Data
Reset GPS Module
GPS Acquire Test
GPS Power Save Mode = Normal
GPS Power Save Mode = Power Saving
Enable GPS Auto Power Off
Disable GPS Auto Power Off
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GPS/BT Auto Power Off Timeou
Auto Power Off = 0min (Disabled)
Auto Power Off = 5min
Auto Power Off = 10min
Auto Power Off = 20min
Auto Power Off = 30min
Auto Power Off = 60min
Auto Power Off = 120min
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NFC (NFC Model Only)
Enable NFC Power
Disable NFC Power
NFC Data Format = Data only
NFC Data Format = Packet data
UID Only = Enable
UID Only = Disable
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USB Disk
USB Disable Mode
USB Disk Mode
USB HID Mode
Format USB Disk
Data Format = Data
Data Format = Data, Time
Data Format = Data, Type
Data Format = Data, Time, Type
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13. Appendix D – 2D Special Barcodes
(KDC30/300/350C/420 /425/450)
13.1 Set Symbologies
For KDC300/350C/420/425/450, please refer to Honeywell Adaptus® Technology enabled
scanner user manual, such as 4600 or 4820.
13.2 Barcode Options
For KDC300/350C/420/425/450, please refer to Honeywell Adaptus® Technology enabled
scanner user manual, such as 4600 or 4820.
13.3 Delete Last Scanned Barcode
Delete Last Scanned Barcode
13.4 Scan Options
Enable Auto Trigger
Disable Auto Trigger
Reread Delay = Continuous
Reread Delay = Short
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Reread Delay = Long
Reread Delay = Extra Long
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13.5 Scan Timeout
Scan Timeout = 500msec
Scan Timeout = 1sec
Scan Timeout = 2sec
Scan Timeout = 3sec
Scan Timeout = 4sec
Scan Timeout = 5sec
Scan Timeout = 6sec
Scan Timeout = 7sec
Scan Timeout = 8sec
Scan Timeout = 9sec
Scan Timeout = 10sec
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13.6 Minimum Barcode Length (except KDC30)
Minimum Length = 2
Minimum Length = 3
Minimum Length = 4
Minimum Length = 5
Minimum Length = 6
Minimum Length = 7
Minimum Length = 8
Minimum Length = 9
Minimum Length = 10
Minimum Length = 11
Minimum Length = 12
Minimum Length = 13
Minimum Length = 14
Minimum Length = 15
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Minimum Length = 16
Minimum Length = 17
Minimum Length = 18
Minimum Length = 19
Minimum Length = 20
Minimum Length = 21
Minimum Length = 22
Minimum Length = 23
Minimum Length = 24
Minimum Length = 25
Minimum Length = 26
Minimum Length = 27
Minimum Length = 28
Minimum Length = 29
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Minimum Length = 30
Minimum Length = 31
Minimum Length = 32
Minimum Length = 33
Minimum Length = 34
Minimum Length = 35
Minimum Length = 36
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13.7 Image Capture (except KDC30)
Capture Now
Enable Image Capture
Image Format = JPEG
Image Format = BMP
Pixel Depth = 1 bit per pixel
Pixel Depth = 8 bit per pixel
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13.8 Data Process - Wedge/Store & Enter Key
Wedge Only
Wedge & Store Always
Store Only
Save if Sent
Save if Not Sent
Enable Enter Key (KDC350C Only)
Disable Enter Key (KDC350C Only)
Enable Extend Key (KDC350C Only)
Disable Extend Key (KDC350C Only)
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13.9 Data Process - Data Edit
Start Prefix Enter
Start Suffix Enter
Finish Prefix / Suffix Enter
Cancel Prefix / Suffix Enter
Delete Prefix
Delete Suffix
Display Prefix
Display Suffix
AIM ID None
AIM ID In Prefix
AIM ID In Suffix
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Data Process – Data Format & Handshake
Data format = Barcode only
Data format = Packet data
Enable Handshake
Disable Handshake
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13.11
Data Process - Termination Character &
Duplicate Check
Termination Character = None
Termination Character = CR
Termination Character = LF
Termination Character = CR+LF
Termination Character = Tab
Enable Duplicate Check
Disable Duplicate Check
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Bluetooth
Enable Bluetooth Power
Disable Bluetooth Power
Enter Pairing Mode
Enable Discovering
Disable Discovering
Connect To Last
Connect To
Disconnect
HID Sync
SPP Sync
Bluetooth Profile = SPP
Bluetooth Profile = HID iOS
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Bluetooth Profile = SPP2.0
Bluetooth Profile = HID Normal
Enable Auto Connect
Disable Auto Connect
Enable Auto Reconnect
Disable Auto Reconnect
Enable Auto Power Off
Disable Auto Power Off
Enable Auto Power On
Disable Auto Power On
Enable Beep Warning
Disable Beep Warning
Enable Power Off Msg
Disable Power Off Msg
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Display BT Mac Address
Display BT FW Version
Enable Wakeup Nulls
Disable Wakeup Nulls
Enable BT Toggle
Disable BT Toggle
Enable BT Disconnect Button
Disable BT Disconnect Button
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Bluetooth Auto Power On Time
Auto Power On Time = Disabled
Auto Power On Time = 1sec
Auto Power On Time = 2sec
Auto Power On Time = 3sec
Auto Power On Time = 4sec
Auto Power On Time = 5sec
Auto Power On Time = 6sec
Auto Power On Time = 7sec
Auto Power On Time = 8sec
Auto Power On Time = 9sec
Auto Power On Time = 10sec
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Bluetooth Power Off Time
BT Power Off Time = 1min
BT Power Off Time = 2min
BT Power Off Time = 3min
BT Power Off Time = 4min
BT Power Off Time = 5min
BT Power Off Time = 6min
BT Power Off Time = 7min
BT Power Off Time = 8min
BT Power Off Time = 9min
BT Power Off Time = 10min
BT Power Off Time = 11min
BT Power Off Time = 12min
BT Power Off Time = 13min
BT Power Off Time = 14min
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BT Power Off Time = 15min
BT Power Off Time = 16min
BT Power Off Time = 17min
BT Power Off Time = 18min
BT Power Off Time = 19min
BT Power Off Time = 20min
BT Power Off Time = 21min
BT Power Off Time = 22min
BT Power Off Time = 23min
BT Power Off Time = 24min
BT Power Off Time = 25min
BT Power Off Time = 26min
BT Power Off Time = 27min
BT Power Off Time = 28min
BT Power Off Time = 29min
BT Power Off Time = 30min
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HID Auto Lock Time
HID Auto Lock Time = 0min (Never)
HID Auto Lock Time = 1min
HID Auto Lock Time = 2min
HID Auto Lock Time = 3min
HID Auto Lock Time = 4min
HID Auto Lock Time = 5min
HID Auto Lock Time = 10min
HID Auto Lock Time = 15min
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HID Keyboard
HID Keyboard = US
HID Keyboard = German
HID Keyboard = French
HID Keyboard = Italian
HID Keyboard = Spanish
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HID Initial Delay
HID Initial Delay = Disabled
HID Initial Delay = 1second
HID Initial Delay = 2seconds
HID Initial Delay = 3seconds
HID Initial Delay = 5seconds
HID Initial Delay = 10seconds
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HID Character Delay
HID Character Delay = Disabled
HID Character Delay = 10msec
HID Character Delay = 20msec
HID Character Delay = 30msec
HID Character Delay = 50msec
HID Character Delay = 100msec
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HID Control Character
HID Control Character = Disabled
HID Control Character = Alt+Numpad
HID Control Character = ^+Character
HID Control Character = Replace with ‘|’
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System
Memory Size = 0.5M / 3.5M
Memory Size = 1M / 3M
Memory Size = 2M / 2M
Memory Size = 3M / 1M
Memory Size = 4M / 0M
Confirm memory size
Memory Status
Reset Memory
Erase Memory
Reset App data
Reset BT Registry
Enable Auto Erase
Disable Auto Erase
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Date/Time
Battery
Display Version
Lock Button
Unlock Button
Enable Beep Sound
Disable Beep Sound
High Beep Volume
Low Beep Volume
Enable MFi Mode
Disable MFi Mode
Enable Vibrator
Disable Vibrator
Enable Auto Menu Exit
Disable Auto Menu Exit
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Enable Port Status
Disable Port Status
Display Format = Time & Battery
Display Format = Type & Time
Display Format = Type & Battery
Display Format = Memory Status
Display Format = GPS Data(GPS Model)
Display Format = Barcode Only
Enable Menu Barcode
Disable Menu Barcode
Enable Scrolling
Disable Scrolling
Factory Default
KDC Reset
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Sleep Timeout
Sleep Timeout = Disable
Sleep Timeout = 1sec
Sleep Timeout = 2sec
Sleep Timeout = 3sec
Sleep Timeout = 4sec
Sleep Timeout = 5sec
Sleep Timeout = 10sec
Sleep Timeout = 20sec
Sleep Timeout = 30sec
Sleep Timeout = 1min
Sleep Timeout = 2min
Sleep Timeout = 5min
Sleep Timeout = 10min
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Function
F1
F2
F3
F4
F5
F6
F7
F8
F9
F10
F11
F12
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Number
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
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Lower Case Alphabet
a
b
c
d
e
f
g
h
j
i
k
l
m
n
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o
p
q
r
s
t
u
v
w
x
y
z
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Upper Case Alphabet
A
B
C
D
E
F
G
H
I
J
K
L
M
N
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O
P
Q
R
S
T
U
V
W
X
Y
Z
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Control Character
BS
TAB
LF
VT
CR
ESC
Space
DEL
Shift + Tab
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Symbol Character
!
“
#
$
%
&
‘
(
)
*
+
,
-
.
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/
:
;
<
=
>
?
@
[
\
]
^
_
`
{
|
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

2D SPECIAL BARCODES
}
~
Start String
Stop String
The user can compose a string up to 16 characters.
A string would be composed by scanning the “Start-String”,
number/alphabet/special characters, and “Stop-String” special barcodes.
The KDC will abort string composition if the user do not scan
“Stop-String” in one minute after scanning “Start-String” and
number/alphabet/special characters.
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GPS (GPS Model Only)
Enable GPS Power
Disable GPS Power
Enable GPS Bypass Data
Disable GPS Bypass Data
Reset GPS Module
GPS Acquire Test
GPS Power Save Mode = Normal
GPS Power Save Mode = Power Saving
Enable GPS Auto Power Off
Disable GPS Auto Power Off
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GPS/BT Auto Power Off Timeout
Auto Power Off = 0min (Disabled)
Auto Power Off = 5min
Auto Power Off = 10min
Auto Power Off = 20min
Auto Power Off = 30min
Auto Power Off = 60min
Auto Power Off = 120min
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NFC (NFC Model Only)
Enable NFC Power
Disable NFC Power
NFC Data Format = Data only
NFC Data Format = Packet data
UID Only = Enable
UID Only = Disable
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USB Disk
USB Disabled Mode
USB Disk Mode
USB HID Mode
Format USB Disk
Data Format = Data
Data Format = Data,Time
Data Format = Data,Type
Data Format = Data,Time,Type
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14.
MSR SPECIAL
APPENDIX E - MSR Special Barcodes (KDC415/425MSR)
14.1 KDC415MSR
Beep On Error
No Beep On Error
Beep On Error
Data Format
MSR Data Only
Packet data
Encrypt Mode
Disabled
AES
Enable Track
Enable Track1
Enable Track2
Enable Track3
Disable Track
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Disable Track1
Disable Track2
Disable Track3
Track Separator
Track Separator = None
Track Separator = Space
Track Separator = Comma
Track Separator = Semi Colon
Track Separator = CR
Track Separator = LF
Track Separator = CR+LF
Track Separator = Tab
AES Key Length
AES Key Length = 128 bits
AES Key Length = 192 bits
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AES Key Length = 256 bits
MSR Card Type
MSR Card Type = ISO
MSR Card Type = Other 1
MSR Card Type = AAMVA
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14.2 KDC425MSR
Beep On Error
No Beep On Error
Beep On Error
Data Format
MSR Data Only
Packet data
Encrypt Mode
Disabled
AES
Enable Track
Enable Track1
Enable Track2
Enable Track3
Disable Track
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Disable Track1
Disable Track2
Disable Track3
Track Separator
Track Separator = None
Track Separator = Space
Track Separator = Comma
Track Separator = Semi Colon
Track Separator = CR
Track Separator = LF
Track Separator = CR+LF
Track Separator = Tab
AES Key Length
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AES Key Length = 128 bits
AES Key Length = 192 bits
AES Key Length = 256 bits
MSR Card Type
MSR Card Type = ISO
MSR Card Type = Other 1
MSR Card Type = AAMVA
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15. Appendix F – Multiple Special Barcodes
This chapter explains how to make a multiple configuration barcode for the KDC to configure
multiple KDC settings by scanning one barcode. The KDC provides special barcodes that
enable changes to the KDC configuration; but, this current barcode changes only one
configuration. New KDC firmware VersionR_305 introduces a feature to enable the user to
make one special barcode to change multiple KDC configurations.
15.1 KDC20/KDC100/KDC250/KDC350L/KDC410/
KDC415

Barcode type Code128 is used to make a single special barcode and its format is as
follows:
<FNC3><Barcode String>
Here, the <FNC3> is a Code 128 control character and the <Barcode String> is an ASCII string for each
KDC configuration.

The multiple configuration Code128 barcode format is as follows and has a control
character and series of barcode strings.
<FNC3><Barcode String 1>;;;;; <Barcode String N>
Here, the <FNC3> is a Code 128 control character and the <Barcode String 1> and <Barcode String
N> are an ASCII string for each KDC configuration. The ‘;’ is a separator for each configuration’s
barcode string. Please see user manual for the <Barcode String> for KDC configuration.

Example: Assume the user is changing the following configurations with one barcode.



Change Wedge/Store to “Wedge Only”  <FNC3>82000
Change Termination Character to “None”  <FNC3>88000
Change Bluetooth “Auto PowerOff” to “Disabled”  <FNC3>64010
<FNC3>82000;88000;64010
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KDC450

The following format is for a single configuration barcode format:
<SYN> M <CR> KDC <Barcode String>.






<SYN> is a control character 0x16 in hex format.
M is an ASCII character 0x4D in hex format.
<CR> is a control character 0x0d in hex format.
KDC is an ASCII string 0x4B 0x44 0x43 in hex format.
<Barcode String> is an ASCII string for each configuration
. is an ASCII string 0x2E in hex format that indicates the end of barcode.

The multiple configuration barcode string uses a repeated barcode string of
each configuration in the following format:
<SYN>M<CR>KDC<Barcode String 1> ;;;;;; <Barcode String N> .








<SYN> is a control character 0x16 in hex format.
M is an ASCII character 0x4D in hex format.
<CR> is a control character 0x0d in hex format.
KDC is an ASCII string 0x4B 0x44 0x43 in hex format.
<Barcode String1> and <Barcode String N> are an ASCII string for each configuration
; is a separator between each barcode strings.
. is an ASCII string 0x2E in hex format that indicates the end of barcode.
Example: Assume the user is changing the following configurations with one barcode.



Change Wedge/Store to “Wedge Only”  <SYN>M<CR>KDC82000.
Change Termination Character to “None”  <SYN>M<CR>KDC 88000.
Change Bluetooth “Auto PowerOff” to “Disabled”  <SYN>M<CR>KDC 64010.
<SYN>M<CR>KDC82000;88000;64010.

Code 128

QR code
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