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Contents

Chapter 1 Description

1.1 Notice ....................................................... 3

1.2 Introduction ........................................... 4

1.3 Codes Read ........................................... 4

1.4 Installation .............................................. 4

1.5 Pin Assignment ...................................... 6

Chapter 2 Configuration - General

2.1 Flow Chart ............................................. 8

2.2 Loop of Programming ........................... 9

2.3 Factory Default Settings ........................ 9

2.4 Main Page of Configuration ................... 10

Chapter 3 Interface and Reading Mode

Selection

3.1 Interface Selection ................................. 11

3.2 Memory Function .................................... 11

3.3 Reading Mode Selection ........................ 12

Chapter 4 Communication Parameters

4.1 RS232 Mode Parameters ...................... 13

4.2 Keyboard Wedge Mode Parameters..... 15

4.3 Output Characters Parameters ............. 17

4.4 Wand Emulation Mode Parameters...... 19

4.5 OCIA Mode Parameters ........................ 20

Chapter 5 Bar Codes & Others

5.1 Symbologies Selection ......................... 21

5.2 UPC/EAN/JAN Parameters ................... 24

5.3 Code 39 Parameters ............................. 26

5.4 Code 128 Parameters ........................... 28

5.5 Interleave 25 Parameters ...................... 30

5.6 Industrial 25 Parameters ....................... 32

5.7 Matrix 25 Parameters ............................ 34

5.8 CODABAR/NW7 Parameters ............... 36

5.9 Code 93 Parameters ............................. 38

5.10 Code 11 Parameters ............................. 40

5.11 MSI/PLESSEY Code Parameters ......... 42

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5.12 BC412 Code Parameters ...................... 44

5.13 Code 2 of 6 Parameters ........................ 46

5.14 Telepen Parameters ............................... 48

Chapter 6 Miscellaneous Parameters

6.1 Language Selection .............................. 50

6.2 Bar Code ID .......................................... 52

6.3 Reading Level ........................................ 55

6.4 Accuracy ............................................... 55

6.5 Buzzer Beep Tone ................................. 55

6.6 Sensitivity of Continuous Reading Mode ... 56

6.7 Notebook Function ................................ 56

6.8 Reverse Output Characters .................. 56

6.9 Set Up Deletion ...................................... 57

6.10 Set Up Insertion ..................................... 60

6.11 Set Up IR Sensor..................................... 63

Appendix

A. Decimal Value Tables ............................ 63

B. ASCII Tables .......................................... 64

C. Function Key Tables .............................. 68

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Chapter 1 Description

1.1 Notice

The manufacturer shall not be liable for technical or

editorial errors or omissions contained herein; nor

for incidental or consequential damages in connection

with the furnishing, performance, or use of this

publication.

FCC Approval

This device had been test in accordance with the

procedures given in ANSI C63.4 (1992) and confirmed

to complies with the limits for a CLASS B

digital pursuant to part 15 of the FCC Rules.

CE Standards

The CE mark as shown here indicates this product

had been tested in accordance with the procedures

given in European Council Directive 89/336/EEC and

confirmed to comply with the European Standard

EN55022:1994/ A1: 1995 Class B, EN 55024/1998.

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1.2 Introduction

The Decoder is an advanced and versatile

decoding facility for barcoding systems .It works

with variety of bar code types, reading devices,

and computer interfaces. It discriminates about

twenty different symbologies automatically.

This menu provide an easy way to config the

decoding options and interface selections by

scanning bar codes listed in the menu.

1.3 Codes Read

Codes Read

ALL UPC/EAN/JAN , Code 39, Code 39 Full ASCII,

Code 128, Interleave 25, Industrial 25, Matrix 25,

CODABAR/NW7, Code 11, MSI/PLESSEY, Code

93, China Postage, Code32/Italian Pharmacy

Others available upon request.

1.4 Installation

Unpacking –

Remove the scanner from its packing and check it

for damage. If the scanner was defected in transit,

please contact your vendor immediately. Be sure

that you keep the packing with all accessories

contains in the package for your returning of

service.

Connecting the scanner –

Keyboard wedge/RS-232C/USB:

Connect the 10-pins RS-45 male connector into

the bottom of the scanner and you will hear a

“click” when the connection is made.

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Power supply for RS-232C scanner–

There are 3 ways to supplying the power, use external

+5V power supply, use optional power cable

(KBDC) which taking the power from KB wedge or

if the host supports +5V power from pin 9.

Installing the scanner to the Host System –

1. Turn off the host system.

2. Connect the power if needed.

3. Connect to the proper port on the host system.

4. Turn on the host system.

Switching cable –

Before removing the cable from the scanner, it is

recommended that the power on the host system

is off and the power supply has been disconnected

from unit.

1. Find the small “Pin-hole” on the bottom of the

unit.

2. Use a bended regular paperclip and insert the

tip into the hole.

3. You will head a “click”, then gentle on the strainrelief

of the cable and it will slide out of the

scanner.

SG/LG Series

SD Series

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1.5 Pin Assignment

A> Input Port for Mini Decoder

DB9Male

Pin No. Wand / CCD /

Slot Reader Laser Scanner

1 N.C. S.O.S.

2 DATA DATA

3 N.C. N.C.

4 N.C. N.C.

5 N.C. TRIGGER

6 N.C. P.E.

7 GND GND

8 SHIELD SHIELD

9 +5V +5V

B> Output Port

1. PC Keyboard Output

DIN 5 MALE DIN 5 FEMALE

Pin No. Function Pin No. Function

1 HOST CLK 1 KB CLK

2 HOSTDATA 2 KBDATA

4 GND 4 GND

5 Vcc(+5V) 5 Vcc(+5V)

1 3

4 5

2

MiniDIN 6 MALE MiniDIN 6 FEMALE

Pin No. Function Pin No. Function

1 HOSTDATA 1 KBDATA

3 GND 3 GND

4 Vcc 4 Vcc

5 HOST CLK 5 KB CLK

5

3

1

1

6

4

2

6

5

6 9

3

6

4

2

5 4

2

1

5

3

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2. RS-232 Output

DB 9 Female

Pin No. Function

2 TXD

3 RXD

5 GND

7 CTS

8 RTS

Power Lead Vcc (+5V)

3. WAND Emulation Output

DB 9 Female

Pin No. Function

2 DATA

7 GND

9 Vcc (+5V)

4. ADB Interface

MiniDIN 4 MALE MiniDIN 4 FEMALE

Pin No. Function Pin No. Function

1 ADB 1 ADB

3 Vcc 3 Vcc

4 GND 4 GND

3

1

6

3

1

7

8

5

2

4

2

7

2

5

9

4 3

5. NEC 9801 Interface

MiniDIN 8 MALE MiniDIN 8 FEMALE

Pin No. Function Pin No. Function

1 RST 1 RST

2 GND 2 GND

3 HOST RDY 3 KB RDY

4 HOST DATA 4 KB DATA

5 RTY 5 RTY

8 +5V 8 +5V

4

5

9

8

7

6

5 3

2

4

1

1

1

6

1

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Chapter 2 Configuration - General

2.1 Flow Chart

Start

Configuration

Interface Selection

Input Port Selection

Communication

Parameters

Bar Codes Parameters

MSR Parameters

Misc .Parameters

etc.

Abort

Configuration

Save

Parameters

End

Configuration

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Recall

Parameter

Set All

Defaults


2.2 Loop of Programming

The philosophy of programming parameters has been

shown on the flow chart of 2.1. Basically user should

1. Scan Start of Configuration.

2. Scan all necessary labels for parameters that meet

applications.

3. Scan End of Configuration to end the

programming.

4. To permanently save the settings you

programmed, just scan label for Save Parameters.

5. To go back to the Default Settings, just scan label

for Set All Defaults.

2.3 Factory Default Settings

The factory default settings are shown with < > and

bold in the following sections. You can make your

own settings by following the procedures in this

manual. If you want to save the settings permanently,

you should scan the label of "Save Parameters" in

chapter 2.4, otherwise the settings will not be saved

after the decoder power is off, and all settings will go

back to previous settings.

By scanning "Set All Default" label, the settings will

go back to the factory default settings.

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2.4 Main Page of Configuration

Save Parameters

Recall Stored

Parameters

Set All Defaults

Start Configuration

End Configuration

Abort Configuration

Version Information

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%$ + / 0

%$ + / 1

%$ + / 2

%$ + / 3

%$ + / 4

%$ + / 6

%$ + / 5

Save Parameters -

The parameter settings will be saved permanently.

Recall Stored Parameters -

Replace the current parameters by the parameters

you saved last time.

Set All Defaults -

Set all the parameters to the factory default settings.

Abort Configuration -

Terminate current programming status.

Version Information -

Display the decoder version information and date

code.


Chapter 3 Interface and

Reading Mode Selection

3.1 Interface Selection


WAND Emulation

USB Mode

3.2 Memory Function


%0 0 U0

%0 0 M2

%0 X O8

%0 XI 2

11

RS232 Mode

OCIA Mode

Disable

%0 0 U8

%0 0 M4

%0 XI 0


3.3 Reading Mode Selection


Continuous/Trigger OFF

Continuous/Auto Power On

Flash/Auto Power On

Reserved2

Reserved4

%0271

%0272

%0273

%0276

%0 9 F 8

%0 9 F A

12

Trigger ON/OFF

Testing

Flash

%0 2 7 0

%0 2 7 5

%0 2 7 4

Reserved1

%0 2 7 7

Reserved3

%0 9 F 9

Reserved5

%0 9 F B


Ch.4 Communication Parameters

4.1 RS232 Mode Parameters

A> Set Up BAUD Rate

600

2400


38400

B> Set Up Data Bits

7DataBits

C> Set Up Stop Bits


%0 Y 7 0

%0 Y 7 2

%0 Y 7 7

%0 Y7 5

%0 Y 8 0

%0 Y O8

13

1200

4800

19200


2Bits

%0 Y 7 1

%0 Y 7 3

%0 Y 7 4

%0 Y 8 8

%0 Y O0


D> Set Up Parity


Odd

Space

%0 Y N7

%0 Y N3

%0 Y N0

E> Handshaking

RTS/CTS Enable

%0 1 8 8

ACK/NAK Enable

%0 1 4 4

XON/XOFF Enable

%0 3 K 4

14

Even

Mark

%0 Y N2

%0 Y N1


%0 1 8 0


%0 1 4 0


%0 3 K 0


4.2 Keyboard Wedge Mode Parameters

A> Terminal Type


IBM PS/2 25, 30

Apple Desktop Bus(ADB)

IBM 122 Key (1)

IBM 122 Key (2)

Reserved 2

Reserved 4

%0ZF0

%0 Z F 2

%0 Z F 4

%0ZF6

%0 Z F 8

%0ZFA

%0 Z F C

15

IBM PC/XT

NEC 9800

IBM 5550

%0ZF1

%0ZF3

%0ZF5

IBM 102 Key

%0ZF7

Reserved 1

%0ZF9

Reserved 3

%0ZFB

Reserved 5

%0ZFD


B> Upper/Lower Case


Lower Case

16

Upper Case

C> Send Character by ALT Method

Enable

D> Select Numerical Pad

ON

%0 3 3 0

%0 3 3 2

%0 3 O8

%0 1 K 4



%0 3 3 1

%0 3 O0

%0 1 K 0


4.3 Output Characters Parameters

A> Select Terminator


CR

Space

STX-ETX

%7 S 2 +

%7 S 0 +

%7 S 4 +

%7 S 5 +

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None

LF

HT(TAB)

%7 S 7 +

%7 S 1 +

%7 S 3 +


B> Time-out Between Characters


10 ms

50 ms

200 ms

%0 0 7 0

%0 0 7 2

%0 0 7 4

%0 0 7 6

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5ms

25 ms

100 ms

300 ms

%0 0 7 1

%0 0 7 3

%0 0 7 5

%0 0 7 7


4.4 Wand Emulation Mode Parameters

A> TTL Level Representation


B> Scan Speed Selection


%0 2 K 4

%0 2 8 8

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Bar Equals Low

Slow

C> Output Format Selection


%0 2 O8

Output as Original

Code Format

%0XK4

%0 2 K 0

%0 2 8 0

Output as Code 39

Full ASCII

%0 2 O0


4.5 OCIA Mode Parameters


%0 2 J 0

Spectra-Physics

%0 2 J 2

20

NCR 9 Bit Format

Nixdorf

%0 2 J 1

%0 2 J 3


Ch.5 Bar Codes & Others

5.1 Symbologies Selection

UPC-A

%0 A 4 4

UPC-E

%0 B O8

EAN-13/JAN-13

%0 A 2 2

EAN-8/JAN-8

%0 A 1 1

CODE 39

%0 E O8

CODE 128

%0 F O8

CODABAR/NW7

%0 J O8

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OFF

OFF

OFF

OFF

OFF

OFF

OFF

%0 A 4 0

%0 B O0

%0 A 2 0

%0 A 1 0

%0 E O0

%0 F O0

%0 J O0


Interleave 25

%0 GO8

Industrial 25 ON

%0 HO8

Matrix 25 ON

%0 I O8

CODE 93 ON

%0 K O8

CODE 11 ON

%0 L O8

China Postage ON

%0 MO8

MSI/PLESSEY ON

%0 NO8

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OFF







%0 GO0

%0 HO0

%0 I O0

%0 K O0

%0 L O0

%0 MO0

%0 NO0


BC412 ON

%0 OO8

Code 2 of 6 ON

%0 P O8

Telepen ON

%0 T O8

Reserved4 ON

%0 QO8

Reserved5 ON

%0 RO8

Reserved6 ON

%0 S O8

Select All Bar Codes

%1 A / +

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%0 OO0

%0 P O0

%0 T O0

%0 QO0

%0 RO0

%0 S O0


5.2 UPC/EAN/JAN Parameters

A> Reading Type

UPCA=EAN13 ON

%0AK4

ISBN Enable

%0 B 8 8

ISSN Enable

%0 B 4 4

Decode with Supplement

%0 1 O0

B> Supplementals Set Up


%0 B 3 3

Transmit 5 Code

%0 B 3 2

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UPCA=EAN13

%0 A K 0

ISBN

%0 B 8 0

ISSN

%0 B 4 0


%0 1 O8

Transmit 2 Code

%0 B 3 1

Transmit 2&5 Code

%0 B 3 0


C> Check Digit Transmission

UPC-A Check Digit

Transmission

%0 A I 2

UPC-E Check Digit

Transmission

%0 B I 2

EAN-8 Check Digit

Transmission

%0 A 8 8

EAN-13 Check Digit

Transmission

%0 A H1

ISSN Check Digit

Transmission

%0 BK4

25

OFF

OFF

OFF

OFF

OFF

%0 A I 0

%0 B I 0

%0 A 8 0

%0 A H0

%0 BK0


5.3 Code 39 Parameters

A> Type of Code


Italian Pharmacy/Code 32


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Full ASCII

B> Check Digit Transmission


Calculate Check Digit

& Not Transmit

Italian Pharmacy/

Code 32 ON

C> Output Start/Stop Character

Enable

%0 E H1

%0 E 8 0

%0 E M2

%0 E M4

%0 E 4 4

Calculate Check Digit

&Transmit


%0 E H0

%0 E 8 8

%0 E M6

%0 E 4 0


D> Decode Asterisk

Enable

E> Set Up Code Length

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To set the fixed length:

1. Scan the "Begin" label of the desired set.

2. Go to the Decimal Value Tables in Appendix A,

scan label(s) that represents the length to be

read.

3. Scan the "Complete" label of the desired set.

Repeat the steps 1 - 3 to set additional lengths.


%0 E2 2

%4 E 1 +

Fix Length (2 Sets Available)

1. 1st Set Begin 2. Decimal Value

(Appendix A)

%4 E 0 0

3. 1st Set Complete

1. 2nd Set Begin 2. Decimal Value

(Appendix A)

%4 E 0 0

%4 E 0 1

3. 2nd Set Complete

%4 E 0 2

Minimum Length

1. Begin 2. Decimal Value

(Appendix A)

%2 + - /

%0 E2 0

3. Complete

%2 C0 +


5.4 Code 128 Parameters

A> Check Digit Transmission

Do Not Calculate

Check Digit


B> Append FNC2

ON

%0 F N1

%0 F N5

%0 F 8 8

C> Set Up Code Length

28

Calculate Check

Digit & Transmit


%0 F N7

%0 F 8 0

To set the fixed length:

1. Scan the "Begin" label of the desired set.

2. Go to the Decimal Value Tables in Appendix A,

scan label(s) that represents the length to be

read.

3. Scan the "Complete" label of the desired set.

Repeat the steps 1 - 3 to set additional lengths.


%4 F 1 +

Fix Length (2 Sets Available)

1. 1st Set Begin 2. Decimal Value

(Appendix A)

%4 F 0 0

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3. 1st Set Complete

1. 2nd Set Begin 2. Decimal Value

(Appendix A)

%4 F 0 0

%4 F 0 1

3. 2nd Set Complete

Minimum Length

1. Begin 2. Decimal Value

(Appendix A)

%2 + - /

%4 F 0 2

3. Complete

%2 C1 +


5.5 Interleave 25 Parameters

A> Check Digit Transmission


Calculate Check Digit

& Not Transmit

B> Set Up Number of Character


30

Calculate Check Digit

&Transmit

Odd

C> Brazilian Banking Code


%0 GN3

%0 GN5

%0 G8 8

%0 G4 0

Enable

%0 GN7

%0 G8 0

%0 G4 4


D> Set Up Code Length

To set the fixed length:

1. Scan the "Begin" label of the desired set.

2. Go to the Decimal Value Tables in Appendix A,

scan label(s) that represents the length to be

read.

3. Scan the "Complete" label of the desired set.

Repeat the steps 1 - 3 to set additional lengths.


%4 G1 +

Fix Length (2 Sets Available)

1. 1st Set Begin 2. Decimal Value

(Appendix A)

%4 G0 0

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3. 1st Set Complete

1. 2nd Set Begin 2. Decimal Value

(Appendix A)

%4 G0 0

%4 G0 1

3. 2nd Set Complete

Minimum Length

1. Begin 2. Decimal Value

(Appendix A)

%2 + - /

%4 G0 2

3. Complete

%2 C2 +


5.6 Industrial 25 Parameters

A> Check Digit Transmission


%0 HN3

Calculate Check Digit

& Not Transmit

%0 HN5

B> Set Up Code Length

32

Calculate Check Digit

&Transmit

%0 HN7

To set the fixed length:

1. Scan the "Begin" label of the desired set.

2. Go to the Decimal Value Tables in Appendix A,

scan label(s) that represents the length to be

read.

3. Scan the "Complete" label of the desired set.

Repeat the steps 1 - 3 to set additional lengths.


%4 H1 +

Fix Length (2 Sets Available)

1. 1st Set Begin 2. Decimal Value

(Appendix A)

%4 H0 0

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3. 1st Set Complete

1. 2nd Set Begin 2. Decimal Value

(Appendix A)

%4 H0 0

3. 2nd Set Complete

Minimum Length

1. Begin 2. Decimal Value

(Appendix A)

%2 + - /

%4 H0 1

%4 H0 2

3. Complete

%2 C3 +


5.7 Matrix 25 Parameters

A> Check Digit Transmission


%0 I N3

Calculate Check Digit

& Not Transmit

%0 I N5

B> Set Up Code Length

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Calculate Check Digit

&Transmit

%0 I N7

To set the fixed length:

1. Scan the "Begin" label of the desired set.

2. Go to the Decimal Value Tables in Appendix A,

scan label(s) that represents the length to be

read.

3. Scan the "Complete" label of the desired set.

Repeat the steps 1 - 3 to set additional lengths.


%4 I 1 +

Fix Length (2 Sets Available)

1. 1st Set Begin 2. Decimal Value

(Appendix A)

%4 I 0 0

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3. 1st Set Complete

1. 2nd Set Begin 2. Decimal Value

(Appendix A)

%4 I 0 0

3. 2nd Set Complete

Minimum Length

1. Begin 2. Decimal Value

(Appendix A)

%2 + - /

%4 I 0 1

%4 I 0 2

3. Complete

%2 C4 +


5.8 CODABAR/NW7 Parameters

A> Set Up Start/Stop Characters Upon

Transmission

ON

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B> Transmission Type of Start/Stop


AStart

BStart

CStart

DStart

%0 J H1

%0 4 V F

%0 4 V 1

%0 4 V 2

%0 4 V 4

%0 4 V 8


AStop

BStop

CStop

DStop

%0 J H0

%0 4 F F

%0 4 F 1

%0 4 F 2

%0 4 F 4

%0 4 F 8


C> Set Up Code Length

To set the fixed length:

1. Scan the "Begin" label of the desired set.

2. Go to the Decimal Value Tables in Appendix A,

scan label(s) that represents the length to be

read.

3. Scan the "Complete" label of the desired set.

Repeat the steps 1 - 3 to set additional lengths.


%4 J 1 +

Fix Length (2 Sets Available)

1. 1st Set Begin 2. Decimal Value

(Appendix A)

%4 J 0 0

37

3. 1st Set Complete

1. 2nd Set Begin 2. Decimal Value

(Appendix A)

%4 J 0 0

3. 2nd Set Complete

Minimum Length

1. Begin 2. Decimal Value

(Appendix A)

%2 + - /

%4 J 0 1

%4 J 0 2

3. Complete

%2 C5 +


5.9 Code 93 Parameters

A> Check Digit Transmission


%0 K N4

B> Set Up Code Length

38

Do Not Calculate

Check Digit

%0 K N3

To set the fixed length:

1. Scan the "Begin" label of the desired set.

2. Go to the Decimal Value Tables in Appendix A,

scan label(s) that represents the length to be

read.

3. Scan the "Complete" label of the desired set.

Repeat the steps 1 - 3 to set additional lengths.


%4 K 1 +

Fix Length (2 Sets Available)

1. 1st Set Begin 2. Decimal Value

(Appendix A)

%4 K 0 0

39

3. 1st Set Complete

1. 2nd Set Begin 2. Decimal Value

(Appendix A)

%4 K 0 0

3. 2nd Set Complete

Minimum Length

1. Begin 2. Decimal Value

(Appendix A)

%2 + - /

%4 K 0 1

%4 K 0 2

3. Complete

%2 C6 +


5.10 Code 11 Parameters

A> Check Digit Transmission


%0 L N3

Calculate Check 1 Digit

& Not Transmit

%0 L N5

Calculate Check 2 Digits

& Not Transmit

%0 L N4

B> Set Up Code Length

40

Calculate Check 1

Digit & Transmit

%0 L N7

Calculate Check 2

Digits & Transmit

%0 L N6

To set the fixed length:

1. Scan the "Begin" label of the desired set.

2. Go to the Decimal Value Tables in Appendix A,

scan label(s) that represents the length to be

read.

3. Scan the "Complete" label of the desired set.

Repeat the steps 1 - 3 to set additional lengths.


%4 L 1 +

Fix Length (2 Sets Available)

1. 1st Set Begin 2. Decimal Value

(Appendix A)

%4 L 0 0

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3. 1st Set Complete

1. 2nd Set Begin 2. Decimal Value

(Appendix A)

%4 L 0 0

3. 2nd Set Complete

Minimum Length

1. Begin 2. Decimal Value

(Appendix A)

%2 + - /

%4 L 0 1

%4 L 0 2

3. Complete

%2 C7 +


5.11 MSI/PLESSEY Code Parameters

A> Check Digit Transmission


%0 NN3

Calculate Check Digit

& Not Transmit

%0 NN5

B> Set Up Code Length

42

Calculate Check Digit

&Transmit

%0 NN7

To set the fixed length:

1. Scan the "Begin" label of the desired set.

2. Go to the Decimal Value Tables in Appendix A,

scan label(s) that represents the length to be

read.

3. Scan the "Complete" label of the desired set.

Repeat the steps 1 - 3 to set additional lengths.


%4 N1 +

Fix Length (2 Sets Available)

1. 1st Set Begin 2. Decimal Value

(Appendix A)

%4 N0 0

43

3. 1st Set Complete

1. 2nd Set Begin 2. Decimal Value

(Appendix A)

%4 N0 0

3. 2nd Set Complete

Minimum Length

1. Begin 2. Decimal Value

(Appendix A)

%2 + - /

%4 N0 1

%4 N0 2

3. Complete

%2 C9 +


5.12 BC 412 Code Parameters

A> Check Digit Transmission

Do Not Calculate

Check Digit

%0 ON3

Calculate Check Digit

& Not Transmit

%0 ON5

B> Set Up Code Length

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%0 ON7

To set the fixed length:

1. Scan the "Begin" label of the desired set.

2. Go to the Decimal Value Tables in Appendix A,

scan label(s) that represents the length to be

read.

3. Scan the "Complete" label of the desired set.

Repeat the steps 1 - 3 to set additional lengths.


%4 O1 +

Fix Length (2 Sets Available)

1. 1st Set Begin 2. Decimal Value

(Appendix A)

%4 O0 0

45

3. 1st Set Complete

1. 2nd Set Begin 2. Decimal Value

(Appendix A)

%4 O0 0

3. 2nd Set Complete

Minimum Length

1. Begin 2. Decimal Value

(Appendix A)

%2 + - /

%4 O0 1

%4 O0 2

3. Complete

%2 CA +


5.13 Code 2 of 6 Parameters

A> Check Digit Transmission

Do Not Calculate

Check Digit

%0 PN3

Calculate Check Digit

& Not Transmit

%0 PN5

B> Set Up Code Length

46


%0 PN7

To set the fixed length:

1. Scan the "Begin" label of the desired set.

2. Go to the Decimal Value Tables in Appendix A,

scan label(s) that represents the length to be

read.

3. Scan the "Complete" label of the desired set.

Repeat the steps 1 - 3 to set additional lengths.


%4 P1 +

Fix Length (2 Sets Available)

1. 1st Set Begin 2. Decimal Value

(Appendix A)

%4 P0 0

47

3. 1st Set Complete

1. 2nd Set Begin 2. Decimal Value

(Appendix A)

%4 P0 0

%4 P0 1

3. 2nd Set Complete

%4 P0 2

Minimum Length

1. Begin 2. Decimal Value

(Appendix A)

%2 + - /

3. Complete

%2 CB+


5.14 Telepen Parameters

A> Type of Code


%0 T 8 0

B> Check Digit Transmission

Do Not Calculate

Check Digit

%0 T N3


%0 T N5

C> Set Up Code Length

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Telepen Numeric

%0 T 8 8

Calculate Check

Digit & Transmit

%0 T N7

To set the fixed length:

1. Scan the "Begin" label of the desired set.

2. Go to the Decimal Value Tables in Appendix A,

scan label(s) that represents the length to be

read.

3. Scan the "Complete" label of the desired set.

Repeat the steps 1 - 3 to set additional lengths.


%4 T 1 +

Fix Length (2 Sets Available)

1. 1st Set Begin 2. Decimal Value

(Appendix A)

%4 T 0 0

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3. 1st Set Complete

1. 2nd Set Begin 2. Decimal Value

(Appendix A)

%4 T 0 0

3. 2nd Set Complete

Minimum Length

1. Begin 2. Decimal Value

(Appendix A)

%2 + - /

%4 T 0 1

%4 T 0 2

3. Complete

%2 CF +


Ch.6 Miscellaneous Parameters

6.1 Language Selection


Italian

French

Swedish

Hungarian

%0 Z V 0

%0 Z V 2

%0 Z V 4

%0 Z V 6

%0 Z V 8

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UK English

Spanish

German

Switzerland

Japanese

%0 Z V 1

%0 Z V 3

%0 Z V 5

%0 Z V 7

%0 Z V 9


Belgium

Denmark

Turkey

%0 Z V A

%0 Z V C

%0 Z V E

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Portuguese

Netherlands

Reserved1

%0 Z V B

%0 Z V D

%0 Z V F


6.2 Bar Code ID

ON

Default

%0 0 H1

%9 1 3 +

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With this function ON, a leading character will be

added to the output string while scanning code, user

may refer to the following table to know what kind of

bar code is being scanned.

Please refer to the table below for matching code ID

of codes read in.

Code Type ID Code Type ID

UPC-A A UPC-E B

EAN-8 C EAN-13 D

CODE 39 E CODE 128 F

Interleave 25 G Industrial 25 H

Matrix 25 I Codabar/NW7 J

CODE 93 K CODE 11 L

China Postage M MSI/PLESSEY N

BC412 O Code 2 of 6 P

Telepen T

User Define Code ID

%0 0 H0

To set the code ID:

1. Scan the symbologies label.

2. Go to the ASCII Tables in Appendix B, scan label

that represents the desired code ID.

Note:

User define code ID will override default value.

Program will not check the conflict. It is possible

to have more than two symbologies which have

same code ID.


UPC-A

EAN-13/JAN-13

CODE 39

CODABAR/NW7

Industrial 25

CODE 93

China Postage

BC412

%9 1 A +

%9 1 Y +

%9 1 E +

%9 1 J +

%9 1 H+

%9 1 K +

%9 1 M+

%9 1 O+

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UPC-E

EAN-8/JAN-8

CODE 128

Interleave 25

Matrix 25

CODE 11

%9 1 B +

%9 1 Z +

%9 1 F +

%9 1 G+

%9 1 I +

%9 1 L +

MSI/PLESSEY

%9 1 N+


Code2of6

Reserved4

Reserved6

%9 1 P +

%9 1 Q+

%9 1 S +

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Telepen

%9 1 T +

Reserved5

%9 1 R+


6.3 Reading Level

Bar Equals High

6.4 Accuracy


3Times

6.5 Buzzer Beep Tone


Low

%0 3 I 2

%0 1 3 0

%0 1 3 2

%0 1 J 3

%0 1 J 1

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2Times

4Times

Medium

Off

%0 3 I 0

%0 1 3 1

%0 1 3 3

%0 1 J 2

%0 1 J 0


6.6 Sensitivity of Continuous Reading

Mode


6.7 Notebook Function

Enable

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Slow


6.8 Reverse Output Characters


%0 3 8 8

%0 3 4 4

%0 3 H0

Enable

%0 3 8 0

%0 3 4 0

%0 3 H1


6.9 Setup Deletion

To setup the deletion of output characters:

1. Scan the label of the desired set below.

2. Scan the label of the desired symbology.

3. Go to theDecimal Value Tables inAppendixA, scan

label(s) that represents the desired position to be

deleted.

4. Scan the "Complete" label of "Character Position

to be Deleted".

5. Go to theDecimal Value Tables inAppendixA, scan

label(s) that represents the number of characters

to be deleted.

6. Scan the "Complete" label of "Number of

Characters to be Deleted".

Repeat the steps 1 - 6 to set additional deletion.

A> Select Deletion Set Number

1. 1st Set

3. 3rd Set

5. 5th Set

%8 0 0 +

%8 0 2 +

%8 0 4 +

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2. 2nd Set

4. 4th Set

6. 6th Set

%8 0 1 +

%8 0 3 +

%8 0 5 +


B> Symbologies Selection

UPC-A

EAN-13/JAN-13

CODE 39

CODABAR/NW7

Industrial 25

CODE 93

%8 1 A +

%8 1 Y +

%8 1 E +

%8 1 J +

%8 1 H+

%8 1 K +

China Postage

%8 1 M+

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UPC-E

EAN-8/JAN-8

CODE 128

Interleave 25

Matrix 25

CODE 11

%8 1 B +

%8 1 Z +

%8 1 F +

%8 1 G+

%8 1 I +

%8 1 L +

MSI/PLESSEY

%8 1 N+


BC412

Telepen

Resvered5

All Codes

None

%8 1 O+

%8 1 T +

%8 1 R+

%8 1 S +

%8 1 4 +

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Code 2 of 6

%8 1 P +

Resvered4

%8 1 Q+

C> Character Position to be Deleted

1. Decimal Value

(AppendixA) 2. Complete

%8 2 0 +

D> Number of Characters to be Deleted

1. Decimal Value

(AppendixA) 2. Complete

%8 3 0 +


6.10 Setup Insertion

To setup the insertion of output characters:

1. Scan the label of the desired set.

2. Scan the label of the desired symbology.

3. Go to theDecimal Value Tables inAppendixA, scan

label(s) that represents the desired position to be

inserted.

4. Scan the "Complete" label of "Character Position

to be Inserted".

5. Go to the ASCII Tables in Appendix B or Function

Key Tables in Appendix C, scan label(s) that

represents the desired characters to be inserted.

6. Scan the "Complete" label of "Characters to be

Inserted".

Repeat the steps 1 - 6 to set additional insertion.

A> Select Insertion Set Number

1. 1st Set

3. 3rd Set

5. 5th Set

%5 0 0 +

%5 0 2 +

%5 0 4 +

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2. 2nd Set

4. 4th Set

6. 6th Set

%5 0 1 +

%5 0 3 +

%5 0 5 +


B> Symbologies Selection

UPC-A

EAN-13/JAN-13

CODE 39

CODABAR/NW7

Industrial 25

CODE 93

%5 1 A +

%5 1 Y +

%5 1 E +

%5 1 J +

%5 1 H+

%5 1 K +

China Postage

%5 1 M+

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UPC-E

EAN-8/JAN-8

CODE 128

Interleave 25

Matrix 25

CODE 11

%5 1 B +

%5 1 Z +

%5 1 F +

%5 1 G+

%5 1 I +

%5 1 L +

MSI/PLESSEY

%5 1 N+


BC412

Telepen

Resvered5

All Codes

None

%5 1 O+

%5 1 T +

%5 1 R+

%5 1 S +

%5 1 4 +

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Code 2 of 6

Resvered4

C> Character Position to be Inserted

1. Decimal Value

(AppendixA) 2. Complete

D> Characters to be Inserted

%5 1 P +

%5 1 Q+

%5 2 0 +

1. ASCII Table

(Appendix B) 2. Complete

%5 3 0 +


6.11 Setup IR Sensor


%0 XH0

63

Enable

%0 XH1


Appendix A Decimal Value Table

0

1

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

9

64


Appendix B ASCII Table

NULL SOH

00

STX

ETX EOT

03

ENQ

ACK BEL

BS

HT LF

VT

FF CR

SO

SI DLE

DC1

DC2 DC3

DC4

NAK SYN

ETB

CAN EM

SUB

ESC FS

GS

RS US

02

05

06 07

08

09 0A

0B

0C 0D

0E

0F 10

11

12 13

14

15 16

17

18 19

1A

1B 1C

1D

1E 1F

65

01

04


SPACE !

"

20 21

%

(

+

.

1

4

7

:

=

22

23 24

25

26 27

28

29 2A

2B

2C 2D

2E

2F 30

31

32 33

34

35 36

37

38 39

3A

3B 3C

3D

3E 3F

66


B

40 41

E

H

K

N

Q

T

W

Z

]

42

43 44

45

46 47

48

49 4A

4C

4B

4E

4F 50

51

52 53

54

55 56

57

58 59

5A

5B 5C

5D

5E 5F

67

4D


60 61

e

h

k

n

q

t

w

z

}

62

63 64

65

66 67

68

69 6A

6B

6C 6D

6E

6F 70

71

72 73

74

75 76

77

78 79

7A

7B 7C

7D

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DEL

7E 7F


Appendix C Function Key Table

F1 F2

F3

F4 F5

F6

F7 F8

F9

F10 F11

F12

Insert Delete

Home

Page Up Page Down

End

Left Right

Down

C0

Up

C2

C3 C4

C5

C6 C7

C8

C9 CA

CB

CC CD

CE

CF D0

D1

D2 D3

D5

D4

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C1


Save Parameters

Recall Stored

Parameters

Set All Defaults

Start Configuration

End Configuration

Abort Configuration

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