Bar Code CCD Scanner OPERATION MANUAL

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1 ISO 9002 Certified Lead with technology Win customers with service Bar Code CCD Scanner OPERATION MANUAL 69

2 Jarltech International Inc All rights reserved. Under the copyright laws, this manual may not be copied, in whole or in part, without the written consent of Jarltech. Every effort has been made to ensure that the information in this manual is accurate. Jarltech is not responsible for printing or clerical errors. 66 Jarltech International Inc. 3F, No. 1, Lane 538, Chung Cheng Road, Hsin Tien, Taipei, Taiwan, R.O.C.

3 This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for Class A 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 if not installed and used in accordance with the instructions may cause harmful 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 correct interference by one or more of the following measures: - Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna. - Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver. - Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the receiver is connected. - Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/tv technician for help. This booklet is available from the U.S. government Printing Office, Washington, DC 20402, Stock NO CAUTION: Any changes of modifications not expressly approved by the grantee of this device could void the user s authority to operate the equipment. Operation is subject to the following two conditions: (1) This device may not cause harmful interference. (2) This device must accept any interference received including interference that may cause undesired operation. 67

4 Contents 1. Before You Install Installing Keyboard Wedge Scanner Installing RS232 Interface Scanner Quick Install Programming Custom Programming Specifications: A CCD Scanner 2050 CCD Scanner 2008C CCD Scanner Appendix I: ASCII Code Table

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6 Before You Install 1 This manual describes functions and usage of the scanner, including both keyboard wedge and RS232 interface options. The scanner designed to accommodate many application environments and user requirements. It may be programmed by scanning special bar code labels included in this manual, and may be reconfigured at any time to meet future needs and changing application requirements. A built-in memory backup circuit enables the scanner to retain programmed data during any power outage. Step 1: Turn off your computer By shutting off your computer, you will prevent any accidental damage to the scanner and computer. 3

7 Before You Install Step 2: Review packing list Please ensure that your scanner shipment is complete. Model 2025AK CCD Scanner (keyboard wedge interface) includes: 1 pce 2025A CCD scanner with keyboard wedge cable 1 pce Operation Manual Model 2025AR CCD Scanner (RS232 interface) includes: 1 pce 2025A CCD scanner with RS232 cable 1 pce Operation Manual Model 2050K CCD Scanner (keyboard wedge interface) includes: 1 pce 2050 CCD scanner with keyboard wedge cable 1 pce Operation Manual Model 2050R CCD Scanner (RS232 interface) includes: 1 pce 2050 CCD scanner with RS232 cable 1 pce Operation Manual Model 2008CK CCD Scanner (keyboard wedge interface) includes: 1 pce 2008C CCD scanner with keyboard wedge cable 1 pce Operation Manual Model 2008CR CCD Scanner (RS232 interface) includes: 1 pce 2008C CCD scanner with RS232 cable 1 pce Operation Manual 4

8 Step 3: Determine installation mode Before You Install If you purchased scanner with a keyboard wedge interface, turn to Chapter 2 for installation instructions. If you purchased scanner with an RS232 interface, turn to Chapter 3. 5

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10 2 Installing Keyboard Wedge Scanner This chapter describes the procedure for installing the scanner using a keyboard wedge interface. Step 1: Turn off your computer If you have not already done so, turn off your computer to avoid any accidental damage to the scanner and your computer. Step 2: Connect to your computer Connect the keyboard to the female end of the T-connector of the cable provided. Plug the male end of the T-connector into the keyboard port of your computer. Review the installation diagram on the following page. 7

11 Installing Scanner Step 3: Turn on your computer Start up your computer. It should boot up normally. If a keyboard error appears, there may be an incompatibility between the computer and the scanner keyboard type. The scanner will activate with a beep indicating a successful installation You may now test your scanner by scanning any bar code. The bar code number will appear on the screen of your computer. Step 4: Turn to Chapter 5 You are now ready to program the scanner to meet the specific requirements of your application environment. 8

12 3 Installing RS232 Interface Scanner This chapter describes the procedure for installing the scanner using an RS232 interface. Step 1: Turn off your computer If you have not already done so, turn off your computer to avoid any accidental damage to the scanner and computer. Step 2: Decide on power access All the RS232 connection requires feeding with external power supply. See specific power requirement in chapter 6 before power access. This may be provided through an internal connection in your terminal or through an external connection to an 110V/220V adapter. If you are using the power provided through your terminal, please see Step 3, If you are using an external connection, go to Step 4 Step 3: Connect to your terminal Connect the 9-pin femal connector (DB9F without DC jack) to the male equivalent (DB9M) port in your terminal 9

13 Installing Scanner Step 4: Connect to your computer Connect the 9-pin female connector (DB9F with DC jack) to the male equivalent (DB9M) port on your computer. Provide power to the DC jack on the DB9F connector by using an external adapter (see Chapter 6). Review the installation diagram on the following page. Step 5: Turn on your computer Your computer should boot up normally. The scanner should activate with a beep indicating a successful installation. 10

14 Installing Scanner Step 6: Test your Scanner Your scanner may now be tested using software designed to read bar code data from the RS232 port. The following sample program written in BASIC is sufficient for this purpose: 10 open COM1:9600,N,8,1,cd,ds,cs as #1 20 input #1, A$ 30 print A$ 40 go to 20 With this program running, the number of any bar code you scan will appear on your screen. Press [CTRL + C] to exit from this software program. Step 7: Turn to Chapter 4 You are now ready to program the scanner to meet the specific requirements of your application environment. 11

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16 4 Quick Install Programming This chapter describes a fast procedure for programming the scanner. The Quick Install option has been pre-set for a common combination of features. Step 1: Decide on your requirements Review the following list of pre-set default values for the scanner General Keyboard Wedge RS232 Code 39 Buzzer setting: 2KHz/120mSec Sound Duration: Medium (50ms) Inter-message delay: None Inter-character delay: None Header/trailer: None Data redundant: Disable Message/Block mode: Message Keyboard type: IBM AT Keyboard language: U.S. English Message suffix: Enter Function key active: OFF Capital lock: OFF Handshake protocol: None Message suffix: CR/LF Baud rate: 9600 Parity: None Data bit: 8 Stop bit: 1 Standard character set No start/stop character transmission Check digit disabled 13

17 Quick Install Programming Codabar UPC and EAN Code 128 Interleaved 2 of 5 China post code Code 93 Standard character set Start/stop characters (A,B,C,D) transmitted. The varies in length from 6~32 digits All UPC and EAN formats enabled Addendum disabled UPC-A and UPC-E leading characters transmitted UPC-A and UPC-E check digits transmitted EAN-8 and EAN-13 check digits transmitted No forced conversion of UPC-E to UPC-A No forced conversion of ISBN to ISSN FNC 2 concatenation disabled Check digit calculated but not transmitted The varies in lengt from 6~32 digits Check digit disabled The varies in length from 10~16 digits Check digit calculated and transmitted Enabled Bar Code Identifier Transmission disabled If enabled, pre-set bar code identifiers are as follows: UPC-E: E UPC-A: A EAN-13: F EAN-8: FF Interleaved 2 of 5: I China post: H Codabar: N Code 39: M Code 128: K Code 93: L 14

18 Step 2: Program your scanner Quick Install Programming If all or most of your system requirements match the default settings listed above, scan the three bar codes on the following page in order. NOTE: The reading of this code installs the default values for ALL parameters. Program (enter into programming mode) Reset (program all features to default values) End (save settings and end programming mode) If your requirements exactly match all of the default settings, you have finished the programming phase and may now enjoy the use of your bar code scanning equipment. 15

19 Quick Install Programming Step 3: Custom Programming If your system requirements do not exactly match the default values, turn to Chapter 5 and follow the procedure for custom programming the special features which you require. Likewise, if only a few parameters need to be changed for a new application, there is no need to totally reconfigure all of the parameters. Program only the special features you require; those which are left alone will keep their original value. 16

20 5 Custom Programming This chapter includes the many features which are available for custom programming the scanner to match the specific requirements of your application environment. You may individually select and program the special features that you desire in the following way: Locate the special feature Scan Program (at the bottom left of each page) Scan your specific choice Scan End (at the bottom right of each page) The default value for each parameter is indicated by asterisks and bold typeface (e.g., * Default *). Quick Reference Directory General Parameters Page Buzzer setting Sound duration Trigger Switch Mode Inter-message delay Inter-character delay Header/trailer Data redundant Messagr/Block mode (continued on following page) 17

21 General Parameters Quick Reference Directory Keyboard Wedge Parameters RS232 Parameters Bar Code Symbologies Keyboard type Keyboard language Message suffix Funtion key active ON/OFF Capital lock Handshaking protocol ACK/NAK Handshaking Response Time Baud rate Parity Data bit Stop bit Message suffix Code Interleaved 2 of China post code UPC and EAN Codabar Code Code Bar Code Identifiers

22 General Parameters Buzzer Setting General Parameters There are five different buzzer settings available. Changing the setting will alter the audio indication of a successful scan msec msec * msec * msec Disable Sound Duration Setting Long (120ms) *Medium (50ms)* Short (20ms) Very short (5ms) Program End 19

23 General Parameters Trigger Switch Mode The Trigger Switch Mode provides four different trigger setting available. NORMAL MODE: The scanner will turn off after a successful reading, you must press the trigger switch again for next reading. AUTO SCAN MODE: This is for hand free operation, If you program this mode, the scanner light up always, but this mode does not allow the same bar code to be read twice. REPEAT MODE: This mode is similar to the Auto Scan Mode, but allows to double reading the same bar code ALTERNATE MODE: When scanner is programmed in this mode, the scanner will light up when pressing the scanner trigger switch once, and turn off for next pressing. *Normal Mode* Auto Mode Repeat Mode Alternate Mode 20 Program End

24 Inter-Message Delay General Parameters Inter-message delay refers to the time elapsed between when data is read and when it is sent to the host computer. Adjusting the intermessage and inter-character delay may improve data transmission when operating in conjunction with a fast computer or incompatible DOS version. * None * 100 msec 500 msec 1 sec Inter-Character Delay The inter-character delay may be programmed to match various computer response times. * None * 10 msec 20 msec 50 msec Program End 21

25 General Parameters Header and Trailer Any desired header or trailer may be programmed into the scanner. The header/trailer will be automatically attached to the start/end of the code transmitted. The maximum length is ten digits. The pre-set default value is for no header nor trailer. If you wish to program these parameters, you must first enable reading of the Full ASCII character set under the Code 39 configuration. The programming procedure is then as follows: To enable header or trailer Scan Program Scan Header or Trailer Scan the desired characters in the ASCII table (Appendix I) Scan Set Scan End To disable header or trailer Scan Program Scan Header or Trailer Scan Set Scan End Header Trailer Set 22 Program End

26 General Parameters Data Redundant This function enabled is to double check correction of the reading data during bad printed barcode or some uncertainness. Enable *Disable* Program End 23

27 General Parameters Message/Block Mode In message mode, data will be sent out from CCD directly after each one successful scanning. On the other word, in block mode, data will be stored in the CCD until a specific character, Send Command, read. Then all the data will be sent out in block. The maximum storage is 255 characters. To set sent command as following is necessary in block mode. To enable block function: Scan Program Scan Enable Scan Block Scan Store Scan the desired characters in the ASCII table (Appendix I) as Sent Command Scan Set Scan End To disable block function: Scan Program Scan Message Scan End *Message* Block Send Command in Block Mode Communication Enable *Disable* Store Set 24 Program End

28 KEYBOARD WEDGE PARAMETERS Keyboard Wedge Parameters In the keyboard wedge mode of operation, the scanner must be configured to match your keyboard emulation and language. A message suffix feature appends any message from the scanner with the programmed character. Keyboard Type Emulation * IBM AT * PS/2 Model IBM 5550 IBM 5295 IBM XT IBM 3477/3472 (for Asia Area only) Program End 25

29 Keyboard Wedge Parameters IBM 5530-SC IBM 5530-ZC NEC 9801 IBM 3196 MOS SYS PS2/30/56 IBM 3477 Terminal APPLE MAC II (Ë) NEC 5200 (Ë) NOTE: The configuration of the iteams with asterisk (Ë is optional) 26

30 Keyboard Wedge Parameters Keyboard Language German French Spanish Italian Swedish * U.S. English * U.K. English Swiss Message Suffix (Keyboard Wedge Mode) None * Enter * Horizontal Tab Execute Program End 27

31 Keyboard Wedge Parameters Function Key Active ON/OFF (for IBM at use) If you wish to program these parameters, you must first enable reading of the Full ASCII character set under the Code 39 configuration. The programming procedure is then as follows: Scan Program Scan ON Scan End Scan Program Scan Header or Trailer Scan the desired characters (F1~F12) in the ASCII table (Appendix I) Scan Set Scan End ON *OFF* Header Trailer Set Capital Lock ON/OFF ON *OFF* 28 Program End

32 RS232 Parameters RS232 PARAMETERS When using the RS232 mode of operation, the RS232 parameters including handshaking, baud rate, data bit, stop bit, parity and message suffix must be configured to match the requirements of your system. Handshaking Protocol * None * RTS/CTS XON/XOFF ACK/NAK ACK/NAK Handshaking Response Time 300 msec 500 msec 1 sec 2 sec 3 sec 5 sec Program End 29

33 RS232 Parameters Baud Rate * 9600 * Parity Even Odd * None * Space Data Bit 7 * 8 * 30 Program End

34 Bar Code Symbologies Stop Bit * 1 * 2 Message Suffix (RS232 Mode) None CR LF * CR/LF * STX/ETX EOT Horizontal Tab Program End 31

35 Bar Code Symbologies BAR CODE SYMBOLOGIES Each bar code symbology has its own specifications. Your scanner is able to read numerous symbologies. A variety of programming features allow you to configure the scanner to your specific requirements. Code 39 Symbology Code 39 is the most popular bar code symbology for ID, inventory, and tracking purposes. The code is alphanumeric and may vary in length from 3 to 32 digits. * Enable Code 39 * Disable Code 39 Code 39 Character Set The Full ASCII Code 39 permits the transmission of the 128 characters contained within the ASCII Table (see Appendix I) * Standard * Character Set Full ASCII Character Set Program End 32

36 Bar Code Symbologies Code 39 Check Digit The check digit function provides additional security. The calculation and transmission of the check digit are optional. * Disabled * Calculated and Transmitted Calculated but not Transmitted Code 39 Start/Stop Character This feature enables the transmission of start and stop characters with the bar code data message. * Disable * Enable Program End 33

37 Bar Code Symbologies Code 39 Length The default length of code 39 is variable. The variable setting allows the code length to vary from 3 to 32 digits. To change the length, you must first enable reading of the Full ASCII character set under the Code 39 configuration. Example: Setting length 4 to 12 digits. The programming procedure is then as follows: Scan Program Scan Max Scan the 1 2 from the ASCII Table Scan Set Scan Min Scan the the 0 4 from the ASCII Table Scan Set Scan End The ASCII Code Table is found in Appendix I. MIN MAX Set 34 Program End

38 Bar Code Symbologies Interleaved 2 of 5 Symbology Interleaved 2 of 5 is a numeric bar code which has been widely used in the shipping and warehouse industries. The code can be very compact in that both bars and spaces encode information. * Enable * Interleaved 2 of 5 Disable Interleaved 2 of 5 Interleaved 2 of 5 Check Digit The check digit function is recommended when using a variable code length. The calculation and transmission of the check digit are optional. * Disable * Calculated and Transmitted Calculated but not Transmitted Program End 35

39 Bar Code Symbologies Interleaved 2 of 5 Code Length The default length of Interleaved 2 of 5 is variable. While Interleaved 2 of 5 is easily decoded, it is also subject to errors if parameters such as length are not well adjusted. The variable setting allows the code length to vary from 6 to 32 digits (even number only) and if chosen, the use of the check digit is recommended. To change the length, you must first enable reading of the Full ASCII character set under the Code 39 configuration. The programming procedure is then as follows: Scan Program Scan Max Scan the desired length from the ASCII Table Scan Set Scan Min Scan the desired length from the ASCII Table Scan Set Scan End The ASCII Code Table is found in Appendix I. Min Max Set 36 Program End

40 Bar Code Symbologies China Post Code Symbology Enable Chinese Post *Disable* Chinese Post China Post Check Digit Disable *Calculated and Transmitted* Calculated but not Transmitted Program End 37

41 Bar Code Symbologies China Post Code Length The default length of china post code is variable. The variable setting allows the code length to vary from 10 to 16 digits. To change the length, you must first enable reading of the Full ASCII character set under the Code 39 configuration. The programming procedure is then as follows: Scan Program Scan Max Scan the desired length from the ASCII Table Scan Set Scan Min Scan the desired length from the ASCII Table Scan Set Scan End The ASCII Code Table is found in Appendix I. MIN MAX Set 38 Program End

42 UPC and EAN Symbologies Bar Code Symbologies UPC and EAN bar code symbologies are used mainly in retail applications.. Both are fixed length numeric bar codes which use a check digit. * Enable * UPC and EAN Disable UPC and EAN UPC and EAN Formats * All * EAN-8 or EAN-13 UPC-A and UPC-E UPC-A and EAN-13 UPC-E UPC-A EAN-8 EAN-13 Program End 39

43 Bar Code Symbologies EAN Addendum * Disable * 5 Characters 2 Characters 2 or 5 Characters UPC/EAN Transformations UPC-A to EAN-13 * Not Allowed * UPC-A to EAN-13 Allowed UPC-E to UPC-A * Not Allowed * UPC-E to UPC-A Allowed ISBN/ISSN Conversion * Not Allowed * ISBN/ISSN Conversion Allowed 40 Program End

44 Bar Code Symbologies UPC and EAN Check Digits EAN-13 Check Digit * Transmitted * EAN-13 Check Digit Not Transmitted EAN-8 Check Digit * Transmitted * EAN-8 Check Digit Not Transmitted UPC-A Check Digit * Transmitted * UPC-A Check Digit Not Transmitted UPC-E Check Digit * Transmitted * UPC-E Check Digit Not Transmitted Program End 41

45 Bar Code Symbologies UPC Leading Characters The leading characters can be used to recognize the type of UPC code received by the host computer. UPC-A Leading Character * Transmitted * UPC-A Leading Character Not Transmitted UPC-E Leading Character * Transmitted * UPC-E Leading Character Not Transmitted 42 Program End

46 Bar Code Symbologies Codabar Symbology Codabar is a numeric bar code used in libraries and medical settings. * Enable * Codabar Disable Codabar Codabar Format * Standard * Concatenated ABC Library (CLSI) Codabar Start/Stop Character Transmission * A, B, C, D * Transmission Disabled DC1-DC4 a/t, b/n, c/*, d/e Program End 43

47 Bar Code Symbologies Codabar Length The default length of codabar is variable. The variable setting allows the code length to vary from 6 to 32 digits. To change the length, you must first enable reading of the Full ASCII character set under the Code 39 configuration. The programming procedure is then as follows: Scan Program Scan Max Scan the desired length from the ASCII Table Scan Set Scan Min Scan the desired length from the ASCII Table Scan Set Scan End The ASCII Code Table is found in Appendix I. MIN MAX Set 44 Program End

48 Bar Code Symbologies Code 128 Symbology Code 128 has the capability of encoding all characters of the ASCII table with a high density of characters per inch. Owing to the high density, it is important the bar code printing be of high quality. * Enable * Code 128 Disable Code 128 Code 128 FNC 2 Concatenation * Disable * Enable Code 128 Check Digit * Disable * Calculated and Transmitted Calculated but not Transmitted Program End 45

49 Bar Code Symbologies Code 128 Length The default length of code 128 is variable. The variable setting allows the code length to vary from 3 to 32 digits. To change the length, you must first enable reading of the Full ASCII character set under the Code 39 configuration. The programming procedure is then as follows: Scan Program Scan Max Scan the desired length from the ASCII Table Scan Set Scan Min Scan the desired length from the ASCII Table Scan Set Scan End The ASCII Code Table is found in Appendix I. MIN MAX Set 46 Program End

50 Bar Code Symbologies Code 93 Symbology Code 93 is a compact alphanumeric symbology often used on small electronic components. * Enable * Code 93 Disable Code 93 Bar Code Identifier The Bar Code Identifier program allows each bar code symbology to have an identifier code. This identifier code is added to the beginning of any data transmitted by the scanner. The default value under the Quick Install option disables bar code identification. However a series of letters has been pre-assigned to the bar code symbologies (itemized in Chapter 4) in case you choose to use this feature. Simply scan Program, then scan Enable and then scan End. Enable Code Identifiers * Disable * Code Identifiers Program End 47

51 Bar Code Symbologies Code 93 Length The default length of code 93 is variable. The variable setting allows the code length to vary from 3 to 32 digits. To change the length, you must first enable reading of the Full ASCII character set under the Code 39 configuration. The programming procedure is then as follows: Scan Program Scan Max Scan the desired length from the ASCII Table Scan Set Scan Min Scan the desired length from the ASCII Table Scan Set Scan End The ASCII Code Table is found in Appendix I. MIN MAX Set 48 Program End

52 Bar Code Symbologies Custom Bar Code Identifier The option of changing from the preset letter assignment is also available. To do this, you must first enable reading of the Full ASCII character set under the Code 39 configuration. The programming procedure is then as follows: Scan Program Scan Enable Scan the bar code symbology you wish identify Scan the desired characters in the ASCII Table (maximum 2 digits) Scan Set Scan End The symbology codes are listed on the following page. The ASCII Code Table is found in Appendix I. Program End 49

53 Bar Code Symbologies Custom Bar Code Identifier Enable Code Identifiers Set UPC-E UPC-A EAN-13 EAN-8 Code 93 Code 39 Code 128 Codabar China post code ITF 2 of 5 50 Program End

54 6 Specifications: 2025A CCD Scanner OPTICAL Status Indicator System Interface Decoding Capability Parameters Programmable Through Scanning Light Source: Red LED (660mm) Photo Sensor: CCD Scanning Speed: 100 scans /second Reading distance: 25mm Resolution: 0.1mm Readable label size:60mm Audible beep indicating successful reading of bar code data Model 2025AK: keyboard wedge interface for IBM PC AT/XT, IBM PS/ 2, NEC 9801,IBM 5550, IBM 5295, IBM 347x, IBM 3196 Model 2025AR: RS232C interface with 9-pin connectors Automatically recognizes: UPC and EAN UPC and EAN Addendum Code 39 and Full ASCII Code 39 Interleaved 2 of 5 China post Codabar Code 128 Code 93 Quick Install option for fast programming of common parameter group Buzzer setting Keyboard type and language Bar code symbology setting Scanning speed Message suffix Header and trailer 51

55 Specifications: 2025A CCD Scanner (programmable parameters continued) Power Requirement Physical Environmental Inter-message delay Inter-character delay Serial interface handshaking protocol Bar code identifier Model 2025AK: +5V DC directly from keyboard interface Model 2025AR9D: internal +5V DC, or external adapter from 110V/ 220V, 50/60Hz AC to +5V DC with polarity as follows: Model 2025AR9R: internal +12V DC, or external adapter from 110V/ 220V, 50/60Hz AC to +12V DC with polarity as follows: Weight : 150g (cable not included) Operating temperature: 0 o C to 40 o C Storage temperature: -20 o C to 60 o C Humidity: 20% to 85% (noncondensing) MODEL: 2025AR9D Connector Pin Assignments for connect to terminal 9-pin DB Female (DB9F) Connect For RS232C Interface Without DC Jack On The Cable #2: RX #3: TX #5: Ground #7: RTS #8: CTS #9: +5V DC Power MODEL: 2025AR9R Connector Pin Assignments for connect to computer 9-pin DB Female (DB9F) Connect For RS232C Interface With DC Jack On The Cable #2: TX #3: RX #5: Ground #7: CTS #8: RTS #9: +12V DC Power 52

56 6 Specifications: 2050 CCD Scanner OPTICAL Status Indicator System Interface Decoding Capability Parameters Programmable Through Scanning Light Source: Red LED (660mm) Photo Sensor: CCD Scanning Speed: 200 scans /second Reading distance: 50mm Resolution: 0.1mm Readable label size:60mm Audible beep indicating successful reading of bar code data Model 2050K: keyboard wedge interface for IBM PC AT/XT, IBM PS/ 2, NEC 9801,IBM 5550, IBM 5295, IBM 347x, IBM 3196 Model 2050R: RS232C interface with 9-pin connectors Automatically recognizes: UPC and EAN UPC and EAN Addendum Code 39 and Full ASCII Code 39 Interleaved 2 of 5 China post Codabar Code 128 Code 93 Quick Install option for fast programming of common parameter group Buzzer setting Keyboard type and language Bar code symbology setting Scanning speed Message suffix Header and trailer 53

57 Specifications: 2050 CCD Scanner (programmable parameters continued) Power Requirement Physical Environmental Inter-message delay Inter-character delay Serial interface handshaking protocol Bar code identifier Model 2050K: +5V DC directly from keyboard interface Model 2050R9D: internal +5V DC, or external adapter from 110V/ 220V, 50/60Hz AC to +5V DC with polarity as follows: Model 2050R9R: internal +12V DC, or external adapter from 110V/ 220V, 50/60Hz AC to +12V DC with polarity as follows: Weight : 150g (cable not included) Operating temperature: 0 o C to 40 o C Storage temperature: -20 o C to 60 o C Humidity: 20% to 85% (noncondensing) MODEL: 2050R9D Connector Pin Assignments for connect to terminal 9-pin DB Female (DB9F) Connect For RS232C Interface Without DC Jack On The Cable #2: RX #3: TX #5: Ground #7: RTS #8: CTS #9: +5V DC Power MODEL: 2050R9R Connector Pin Assignments for connect to computer 9-pin DB Female (DB9F) Connect For RS232C Interface With DC Jack On The Cable #2: TX #3: RX #5: Ground #7: CTS #8: RTS #9: +12V DC Power 54

58 6 Specifications: 2008C CCD Scanner OPTICAL Status Indicator System Interface Decoding Capability Light Source: Red LED (660mm) Photo Sensor: CCD Scanning Speed: 100 scans /second Reading distance: 20mm Resolution: 0.125mm Readable label size: 80mm PCS value: 0.45 above Audible beep indicating successful reading of bar code data Model: 2008CK: keyboard wedge interface for IBM PC AT/XT, IBM PS/2, NEC 9801,IBM 5550, IBM 5295, IBM 347x, IBM 3196 Model: 2008CR: RS232C interface with DB9 female connector Automatically recognizes: UPC and EAN UPC and EAN Addendum Code 39 and Full ASCII Code 39 Interleaved 2 of 5 China post Codabar Code 128 Code 93 55

59 Specifications: 2008C CCD Scanner Parameters Programmable Through Scanning Power Requirement Quick Install option for fast programming of common parameter group Buzzer setting Inter-message delay Inter-character delay Serial interface handshaking protocol Bar code identifier Model 2008CK: +5V DC directly from keyboard interface Model 2008CR9D: internal +5V DC, or external adapter from 110V/ 220V, 50/60Hz AC to +5V DC with polarity as follows: Model 2008CR9R: internal +12V DC, or external adapter from 110V/ 220V, 50/60Hz AC to +12V DC with polarity as follows: Physical Environmental Weight : 165g (cable not included) Operating temperature: 0 o C to 40 o C Storage temperature: -20 o C to 60 o C Humidity: 20% to 85% (noncondensing) MODEL: 2008CR9D Connector Pin Assignments for connect to terminal 9-pin DB Female (DB9F) Connect For RS232C Interface Without DC Jack On The Cable #2: RX #3: TX #5: Ground #7: RTS #8: CTS #9: +5V DC Power 56 MODEL: 2008CR9R Connector Pin Assignments for connect to computer 9-pin DB Female (DB9F) Connect For RS232C Interface With DC Jack On The Cable #2: TX #3: RX #5: Ground #7: CTS #8: RTS #9: +12V DC Power

60 A Appendix I ASCII Code Table NUL HT SOH LF STX VT ETX FF EOT CR ENQ SO ACK SI BEL DLE BS DC1 57

61 ASCII Code Table DC2 ESC DC3 FS DC4 GS NAK RS SYN US ETB SP CAN! EM SUB # 58

62 ASCII Code Table $. % - & / 0 ( 1 ) 2 * 3 + 4, 5 59

63 ASCII Code Table 6? 8 A 9 B : C ; D < E = F 60 > G

64 ASCII Code Table H Q I R J S K T L U M V N W O X P Y 61

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