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1 Integrated Scanner Programming Guide E-SW-SCANNERPG-N 2010 Copyright by LXE, Inc, An EMS Technologies Company. All Rights Reserved.

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3 Table of Contents Introduction 1 Cautions and Warnings 1 Barcode Readers 2 Return to Factory Default Settings 2 How To Scan a Barcode 3 Scan a Linear Barcode 3 Scan a 2D Barcode 4 Good Read / Bad Read Indicators 4 Factors That May Impact Scanner Performance 5 Cleaning the Beam Aperture 6 Troubleshooting 7 Printing Barcodes 7 Miscellaneous Programmable Barcodes 8 Beep After Good Decode 8 Beeper Frequency Adjustment 8 Beep on <BEL> 8 Beeper Tone / Beeper Volume 8 Event Reporting 8 LED Mode 8 Return to Factory Default Settings 8 EV-15 Imager 9 Introduction 9 Pre-Configured Default Values 10 Frequently Used Barcodes 15 Reset to Factory Defaults Barcode 15 EV-15 Configuration Modes 16 Configuration 16 Transparent Configuration Mode 16 Symbology Settings 16 EV-15 Parameters - General 17 Scanning/Triggering 17 Level Triggering Mode Timeout 17 Aiming Beam 19 Aiming Beam Duration 19 Data Decoding Security 21 Data Decoding Timeout 22 Read Optimization 23 Shutter Speed 23 Sensor Optimization 23 Lighting 24 Power Hold 24 E-SW-SCANNERPG-N [ i ] Integrated Scanner Programming Guide

4 Table of Contents EV-15 Data Transmission Parameters 25 Symbology Identifier 25 Preamble 25 Postamble 26 Scanner Parameters Barcode Type Specific 27 Codabar 27 Start/Stop 27 CLSI Library System 28 Check Digit (AIM Recommendation) 28 Barcode Length 29 Concatenation 29 Transmit 30 Start/Stop 30 Codablock 31 Codablock A 31 Codablock F 31 Code Code Format 34 Start/Stop 35 Check Digit 36 Barcode Length 37 Reading Range / Tolerance 37 Code 93 / Code 93i 38 Code 128 / EAN Custom Symbology Identifier 39 EAN 128 Identifier 40 CIP 128 French Pharmaceutical Code 40 FNC1 Separator Character 41 Barcode Length 41 Reading Range 42 Tolerance 42 ISBT ISBT 128 Transmit 43 ISBT 128 Concatenate 44 GTIN Processing for EAN Interleaved 2 of 5 45 Reading Range 45 Check Digit 46 Barcode Length 47 Compose Minimum Length 47 Matrix 2 of 5 48 MSI Code 49 Check Digit 49 E-SW-SCANNERPG-N [ ii ] Integrated Scanner Programming Guide

5 Table of Contents Barcode Length 50 Plessey Code 51 Check Digit 51 Barcode Length 52 GS1 DataBar (RSS) Code 53 GS1 DataBar Limited (RSS Limited) 53 GS1 DataBar Expanded (RSS expanded) 54 Standard 2 of 5 Code 55 Format 55 Check Digit Mod Barcode Length 56 Telepen 57 UPC / EAN 58 Custom Symbology Identifier 59 Add-on Digits 60 Check Digit 61 UPC Number System 62 Transmit As 63 Reading Range D Imager 65 Introduction 65 Data Collection Wedge Panel 65 Decoder 66 DecodeMode 66 LinearRange 66 LeaveLightsOn 66 AimTimer 66 Centering 67 Symbologies 68 Aztec 68 Codabar 68 Codablock 68 Code Code 16K 69 Code Code Code Code Code Coupon Code 70 EAN-UCC Composite 71 Data Matrix 71 EAN 8 71 E-SW-SCANNERPG-N [ iii ] Integrated Scanner Programming Guide

6 Table of Contents EAN EAN GenCode IATA 2 of 5 72 ID Tag 73 Interleaved 2 of 5 73 ISBT-1 73 Matrix 2 of 5 73 Maxicode 74 Mesa 74 MicroPDF MSI Plessey 75 Plessey 75 OCR 76 PDF QR Code 78 RSS Code 78 Straight 2 of 5 78 Telepen 79 TLC 79 Trioptic 79 UPCA 80 UPCE0 80 UPCE1 81 Postal Codes 81 Auspost 81 BPO 81 Canpost 82 China Post 82 DutchPost 82 JapanPost 83 Korean Post 83 Planet 83 Posi Code 83 Postnet 84 Usps4cb 84 Sample SCANCONFIG.INI File SF 2D Imager 88 Introduction 88 Symbologies Enabled (by Default) at Startup 88 Pre-Configured Default Values 88 Frequently Used Barcodes 93 Save or Discard Settings 93 E-SW-SCANNERPG-N [ iv ] Integrated Scanner Programming Guide

7 Table of Contents Enable All Symbologies 93 Imager Parameters General 94 Prefix / Suffix 94 Reset to Factory Defaults 94 Good Read Delay 95 User Specified Good Read Delay 95 Reread Delay 96 User Specified Reread Delay 96 LED Power Level 97 Aimer Delay 98 User-Specified Aimer Delay 98 Centering Scan Window 99 Print Weight 101 Working Orientation 101 Intercharacter, Interfunction and Intermessage Delay 102 Intercharacter Delay 102 User-Specified Intercharacter Delay 103 Interfunction Delay 104 Intermessage Delay 105 Imager Parameters Symbology Specific 106 All Symbologies On / Off 106 Codabar 107 Codabar Start/Stop Characters 107 Codabar Check Character 108 Codabar Concatenation 108 Codabar Message Length 109 Code Code 39 Start/Stop Characters 110 Code 39 Check Character 111 Code 39 Message Length 112 Code 39 Append 113 Code 32 Pharmaceutical (PARAF) 113 Code 39 Full ASCII 114 Code 39 Code Page 114 Interleaved 2 of Check Digit 115 Interleaved 2 of 5 Message Length 116 Code Code 93 Message Length 117 Code 93 Code Page 118 Straight 2 of 5 Industrial 119 Straight 2 of 5 Message Length 119 Straight 2 of 5 IATA 120 Straight 2 of 5 IATA Message Length 120 E-SW-SCANNERPG-N [ v ] Integrated Scanner Programming Guide

8 Table of Contents Matrix 2 of Matrix 2 of 5 Message Length 121 Code Code 11 Check Digits Required 122 Code 11 Message Length 123 Code ISBT 128 Concatenation 124 Code 128 Message Length 125 Code 128 Code Page 125 Telepen 126 Telepen Output 126 Telepen Message Length 127 UPC-A 128 UPC-A Check Digit 128 UPC-A Number System 128 UPC-A Addenda 129 UPC-A Addenda Required 129 UPC-A Addenda Separator 129 UPC-A / EAN-13 with Extended Coupon Code 130 UPC-E0 131 UPC-E0 Expand 131 UPC-E0 Addenda 132 UPC-E0 Addenda Required 132 UPC-E0 Addenda Separator 133 UPC-E0 Check Digit 133 UPC-E0 Number System 133 UPC-E1 134 EAN / JAN EAN / JAN-13 Addenda 135 EAN / JAN-13 Addenda Required 135 EAN / JAN-13 Addenda Separator 136 EAN / JAN-13 Check Digit 136 ISBN Translate 136 EAN / JAN EAN / JAN-8 Addenda 138 EAN / JAN-8 Addenda Required 138 EAN / JAN-8 Addenda Separator 139 EAN / JAN-8 Check Digit 139 MSI 140 MSI Check Character 140 MSI Message Length 141 Plessey Code 142 Plessey Message Length 142 GS1 DataBar (RSS) 143 E-SW-SCANNERPG-N [ vi ] Integrated Scanner Programming Guide

9 Table of Contents GS1 DataBar Omnidirectional (RSS-14) 143 GS1 DataBar Limited (RSS Limited) 143 GS1 DataBar Expanded (RSS Expanded) 144 GS1 DataBar Expanded (RSS Expanded) Message Length 144 PosiCode 145 PosiCode A and B 145 PosiCode Message Length 146 Trioptic Code 147 Codablock F 148 Codablock F Message Length 148 Code 16K 149 Code 16K Message Length 149 Code Code 49 Message Length 150 PDF PDF417 Message Length 151 MicroPDF MicroPDF417 Message Length 152 EAN-UCC Composite Codes 153 UPC/EAN Version 153 EAN-UCC Composite Code Message Length 154 EAN-UCC Emulation 155 TCIF Linked Code 39 (TLC39) 155 Postal Code Symbologies 156 Postnet 156 Postnet Check Digit 156 Planet Code 157 Planet Code Check Digit 157 British Post 157 Canadian Post 158 Kix (Netherlands) Post 158 Australian Post 158 Japanese Post 158 China Post 159 China Post Message Length 159 Korea Post 160 Korea Post Message Length 160 QR Code 161 QR Code Message Length 161 Data Matrix 162 Data Matrix Message Length 162 MaxiCode 163 MaxiCode Message Length 163 Aztec Code 164 E-SW-SCANNERPG-N [ vii ] Integrated Scanner Programming Guide

10 Table of Contents Aztec Code Message Length 164 Aztec Runes SF 2D Barcodes Supported by LXE 166 Keypad Alphanumeric Symbols (A-F, 0-9) 181 Introduction 181 Symbols A F 181 Symbols ASCII Conversion Chart (Code Page 1252) 183 ASCII Character Pairs 187 Symbol Laser Scanner Programming Barcodes 188 Introduction 188 Barcode Decoder Types 188 Aiming Modes 190 SE1524 Scan Engine 190 SE955 Scan Engine 190 Pre-Configured Default Values - MX7, MX9 190 Pre-Configured Default Values - MX3Plus, MX3X, MX8, MX8WM 194 Set Default Parameter 200 Set All Defaults 201 Scanner Parameters General 202 Aim Duration 202 Bi-Directional Redundancy 203 Data Options 204 Prefix and Suffix 204 Prefix 204 Suffix Suffix Scan Data Transmission Format 206 Transmit Code ID Character 208 Transmit No Code ID Character 208 Transmit Symbol Code ID Character 209 Transmit AIM Code ID Character 210 Laser On Time 213 Linear Code Type Security Level (Redundancy Level) 214 Parameter Scanning 216 Power Mode 217 Simple Serial Interface (SSI) Options 218 SSI Default Values 218 Baud Rate 219 Decode Data Packet Format 220 Host Character Time-out 221 Host Serial Response Time-out 222 Intercharacter Delay 223 E-SW-SCANNERPG-N [ viii ] Integrated Scanner Programming Guide

11 Table of Contents Parity 224 Software Handshaking 225 Disable ACK/NAK Handshaking 225 Enable ACK/NAK Handshaking 225 Stop Bit Select 226 Time-out Between Decodes, Same Symbol 227 Transmit No Read / Decode Message 228 Trigger Mode 229 Scan Angle 231 Scanner Parameters Barcode Type Specific 232 Chinese 2 of Codabar 233 CLSI Editing 233 NOTIS Editing 234 Set Lengths for Codabar 234 One Discrete Length (Parameter L1) 235 Two Discrete Lengths (Parameter L2) 235 Length Within Range 236 Any Length 236 Code Set Lengths for Code One Discrete Length (Parameter L1) 238 Two Discrete Lengths (Parameter L2) 238 Length Within Range 239 Any Length 239 Code 11 Check Digit Verification 240 Transmit Code 11 Check Digits 241 Code UCC/EAN ISBT Lengths for Code Code Code 39 Check Digit Verification 245 Code 32 Prefix 246 Convert Code 39 to Code Code 39 Full ASCII Conversion 248 Set Lengths for Code Code 39 One Discrete Length (Parameter L1) 249 Code 39 Two Discrete Lengths (Parameter L2) 249 Code 39 Length Within Range 250 Code 39 Any Length 250 Transmit Code 39 Check Digit 251 Trioptic Code Code E-SW-SCANNERPG-N [ ix ] Integrated Scanner Programming Guide

12 Table of Contents Set Lengths for Code One Discrete Length (Parameter L1) 253 Two Discrete Lengths (Parameter L2) 253 Length Within Range 254 Any Length 254 Discrete 2 of Set Lengths for Discrete 2 of One Discrete Length (Parameter L1) 256 Two Discrete Lengths (Parameter L2) 256 Length Within Range 257 Any Length 257 GS1 DataBar (RSS) Codes 258 GS1 DataBar Omnidirectional (RSS-14) 258 GS1 DataBar Limited (RSS-Limited) 258 GS1 DataBar Expanded (RSS-Expanded) 259 Convert GS1 DataBar (RSS) to UPC/EAN 259 Interleaved 2 of I 2 of 5 Digit Verification 261 Convert I 2 of 5 to EAN Set Lengths for I 2 of One Discrete Length (Parameter L1) 263 Two Discrete Lengths (Parameter L2) 263 Length Within Range 264 Any Length 264 Transmit I 2 of 5 Check Digit 265 MSI Plessey 266 MSI Plessey Check Digit Algorithm 266 MSI Plessey Check Digits 267 Set Lengths for MSI Plessey 267 One Discrete Length (Parameter L1) 268 Two Discrete Lengths (Parameter L2) 268 Length Within Range 269 Any Length 269 Transmit MSI Plessey Check Digit 270 UPC/EAN 271 UPC-A 271 UPC-E 272 UPC-E1 272 EAN EAN Bookland EAN 274 Check Digits 275 Transmit UPC-A Check Digit 275 Transmit UPC-E Check Digit 275 E-SW-SCANNERPG-N [ x ] Integrated Scanner Programming Guide

13 Table of Contents Transmit UPC-E1 Check Digit 276 Conversions 277 Convert UPC-E to UPC-A 277 Convert UPC-E1 to UPC-A 278 Convert EAN-8 to EAN-13 Type 278 Preambles 279 UPC-A Preamble 279 UPC-E Preamble 280 UPC-E1 Preamble 281 Supplementals 282 Decode UPC/EAN Supplementals 282 Decode UPC/EAN Supplemental Redundancy 283 EAN-8 Zero Extend 284 UCC Coupon Extended Code 284 UPC/EAN Security Level 285 ASCII Character Equivalents 287 Keypad Number Symbols 291 Decode Zones 293 1D Linear Imager, EV D Area Imager, D Area Imager, Short Range Laser Scanner 296 Low Power Scanner 296 Multi-Range "LORAX" Laser, SE1524ER 297 Revision History 297 Index 298 E-SW-SCANNERPG-N [ xi ] Integrated Scanner Programming Guide

14 Introduction Barcode laser scanners and laser imagers are used to read and then decode the data in barcodes. Barcode readers have many forms -- some are enclosed in a hand held device, others are connected to a hand held device by a cable, some are connected to the hand held device wirelessly and a few barcode readers are enclosed in a ring device that is worn on the finger and cabled to a body-worn device. Configuration barcodes in this guide are designed for a specific type of scan engine. Determining the type of scan engine for your Mobile Device is an important requirement before using it to scan a configuration barcode. If you are unsure, contact your System Administrator for assistance. Ring Scanners and Ring Imagers Ring Scanners and Ring Imagers are barcode readers that can be worn on either hand. They may be tethered to: the LXE Bluetooth module, the LXE HX2 mobile device, or the LXE HX3 voice mobile device. The ring scanner is secured to a finger. The Bluetooth module can be worn on the back of the hand or the wrist. The HX2 and HX3 are usually worn on the arm or at the waist. The Bluetooth Ring Scanner module is compatible with any LXE mobile device that has a Microsoft Windows CE 5 operating system and Bluetooth client capability. The Bluetooth Module, HX2 and HX3 use only one ring scanner or ring imager at a time. Integrated Scanners and Integrated Imagers Integrated scanners and integrated imagers are built-in to the mobile device and are usually located at the top of the device. The scan engine cannot be accessed by the end-user. Devices with an integrated barcode reader can also: scan barcodes using a tethered barcode reader (connected to a cradle or a port on the mobile device). pair with and scan barcodes using the wireless LXE Bluetooth Ring Scanner Tethered and Wireless Scanners Tethered scanners (LXE 8500 series tethered to a serial port on the device or device's cradle) are configured by scanning the engine-specific barcodes in the scanner manufacturer's programming guide. The manufacturer's guides are usually shipped with the barcode reader. LXE wireless Bluetooth 8700 and 8800 series are configured by scanning the engine-specific barcodes in the Bluetooth scanner manufacturer's programming guide. The manufacturer's guides are usually shipped with the wireless Bluetooth barcode reader. Cautions and Warnings It is good practice to avoid looking into the beam emitted by any scan beam aperture. Do not connect the beam aperture to any other device, for example, a beam magnifier. Class 2 laser scanners use a low power, visible light diode. As with any very bright light source, such as the sun, the user should avoid staring directly into the light beam. Momentary exposure to a Class 2 laser is not known to be harmful. E-SW-SCANNERPG-N [ 1 ] Integrated Scanner Programming Guide

15 Barcode Readers Barcode Readers Your LXE mobile device may be equipped with any of the following barcode readers : 1D Linear Imager, EV-15 2D Area Imager, D Area Imager, 5380 Short Range Laser Scanner, 955 Low Power Scanner, 955 Multi-Range "LORAX" Laser, 1524ER Programming barcodes for these barcode readers are included in this guide. The Mobile Device can also use the following external barcode readers: Tethered scanners (LXE 8500 series tethered to a serial port on the device or cradle) are configured by scanning the engine-specific barcodes in the scanner manufacturer's programming guide. The manufacturer's guides are usually shipped with the barcode reader. Valid for all but the body worn devices. LXE wireless Bluetooth 8700 and 8800 series are configured by scanning the engine-specific barcodes in the scanner manufacturer's programming guide. The manufacturer's guides are usually shipped with the barcode reader. Valid for all but the body worn devices. The body worn LXE Bluetooth Ring Scanner module may be using a Symbol 4400 Ring Imager or a Symbol 955 Ring Scanner. The BTRS module is configured by scanning the barcodes in the Bluetooth Ring Scanner Module. If your mobile device is using a barcode reader that is not included in this guide, please contact your LXE representative for the desired barcode reader availability or upgrade. Barcode programming guides for archived or obsolete LXE equipment can be located on the LXE web site ServicePass and PartnerPass Documentation page. Return to Factory Default Settings Important: After scanning the engine-specific barcode to return the scanner/imager to factory default settings, the next step is to open the barcode wedge panel on the mobile device collecting the scanned data. Click the OK button to close the panel. This action will synchronize all scanner formats for your device. E-SW-SCANNERPG-N [ 2 ] Integrated Scanner Programming Guide

16 How To Scan a Barcode How To Scan a Barcode Note: The function to use an imager like a camera (or for OCR decoding) is not supported. The linear barcodes in this guide were created using Code 128 symbology. Your Mobile Device has been set up by LXE to automatically read / decode Code 128 barcodes. Using the barcodes contained in this guide, you can change scanning system parameters or reset all parameters to their factory default values. All scanner parameters are programmed into and stored by the scanner engine. Important If this guide is not in print form, locate the page in this electronic guide that contains the barcode you wish to use. Print the page on white paper using a 600dpi laser printer (or equivalent). LXE recommends printing the page containing the Reset and Cancel barcodes as well as the page containing the A F and 0 9 number barcodes. Select the parameter you want to scan. If this guide is in print form,lay it flat on a table or propped up at an angle. Scan a Linear Barcode ----Correct Scan Incorrect Scans Holding the beam aperture approximately 3 12 inches away from the barcode, aim the scanner aperture toward the selected barcode. Refer to the scanner engine type in Decode Zones later in this guide for recommended scan ranges. Press the Scan button. Align the scan beam so that the barcode is centered within the beam. The beam must cross the entire barcode. Move the scanner towards or away from the barcode so that the barcode takes up approximately two-thirds the width of the beam. Refer to the recommended decode zones for the installed scan engine if you are having difficulty with this process. Note: Do not position the scan aperture exactly perpendicular to the barcode being scanned. In this position, light can bounce back into the scan aperture, and possibly prevent a successful decode. E-SW-SCANNERPG-N [ 3 ] Integrated Scanner Programming Guide

17 Scan a 2D Barcode Scan a 2D Barcode To scan a barcode with the imager, point the beam aperture at a barcode and press the Scan button. You will see a bracketed cross-hair strike the barcode. Holding the beam aperture approximately 3 12 inches away from the barcode, aim the imager aperture toward the selected barcode. Press the Scan button and you will see a bracketed cross-hair strike the barcode. Align the brackets so that the center (or one of the four corners of the barcode's center box) of the barcode is covered by the cross-hair. Refer to barcode decoder engine Decode Zones later in this guide for recommended scan ranges for your device. Good Read / Bad Read Indicators The scan On indicator illuminates (usually red) when the beam is on. Following a barcode scan and good read the indicator usually turns green and the mobile device beeps, indicating a successful scan. The mobile device may also play a WAV file during scanning or the device may vibrate. The laser and scan On indicator automatically turn off after a successful or unsuccessful read and the scanner is ready to scan again. Note: Whether there are beeps in conjunction with scan and decode functions is dependent on the application currently running in the mobile device. Beeps are emitted by the mobile device, not a tethered ring barcode reader. Note: Decrease decode time by disabling unused barcode types. The scan engine can store several different barcode symbologies at the same time. This means the system is able to scan a Code 39 barcode, then an Interleaved 2 of 5 barcode, then a different barcode without requiring a parameter reset. Warmboot the mobile device to synchronize the new scanner engine parameters with the mobile device s barcode wedge settings. E-SW-SCANNERPG-N [ 4 ] Integrated Scanner Programming Guide

18 Factors That May Impact Scanner Performance Factors That May Impact Scanner Performance Successful scanning range of a barcode decoder is dependent upon many outside influences including size of the barcode, quality of the barcode printing, material the barcode is printed on, condition of the scan lens (scratches) and angle of the beam aperture relative to the barcode label. Any of these factors may result in having to re-scan the label from a different distance or angle. Barcode Quality Check the barcode for marks or physical damage e.g. ripped label, missing section, correct size for the scanner being used, etc. In general, the bigger the barcode the further the distance from which it can be read. If the barcode is smaller than the specified size for the scanner being used, the distance, in almost all cases, will shrink. Large barcodes can be scanned at the maximum distance. Hold the scanner closer to small barcodes (or with bars that are very close together). Note: Do not position the scanner exactly perpendicular to the barcode being scanned. In this position, light can bounce back into the scan aperture, and possibly prevent a successful decode. Barcode Source Using a graphics program to clip/copy a barcode from an online file (e.g. Adobe, Word) will copy the barcode at your monitor's dot per inch setting, a level too low for successful barcode scanning. Copy a Barcode -- Use your browser's right-click menu to download an individual barcode using the Save Picture As option. Save the picture to a location on your computer's hard drive. The individual barcode can be added, as a file, to any delivery vehicle e.g. , Word document. Barcode Symbology Barcodes such as UPC codes and Code 128 are more complex than Code 39 and Interleaved 2 of 5. When attempting to get the maximum read distance possible, particularly with reflective labels, use Code 39. The use of Code 128 or other more complex symbologies will almost always result in a reduction in maximum read distance. LXE will not support scanner maximum distances (from Decode Zones) when symbologies other than Code 39 are used. Lens Damage A scratched scan beam aperture can impact read rates and distances. Beam apertures should be inspected frequently, particularly if scanning quality or distances get worse over time. Ambient Lighting High ambient conditions, particularly outdoor environments, will produce enough light to somewhat blind the scanner. This will result in shorter read distances. Temperature While small deviations from room temperature will have no impact on scanner performance, severe conditions like those found in freezers will have a negative impact on both the distance scanners can read and the speed the read is acquired. Some scanner engines contain protection circuitry that shuts the scanner down in temperatures that exceed the recommended operating temperature. E-SW-SCANNERPG-N [ 5 ] Integrated Scanner Programming Guide

19 Cleaning the Beam Aperture Cleaning the Beam Aperture Note: New devices -- Remove the shipping film from the beam aperture before first use. Keep fingers and rough, sharp or abrasive objects away from the beam aperture. If the aperture becomes soiled or smudged, clean only with a standard household cleaner such as Windex without vinegar or use Isopropyl Alcohol. Dampen the cloth with the cleaner; do not apply liquids directly to the aperture. Do not use paper towels or harsh-chemical-based cleaning fluids since they may result in damage to the aperture surface. Use a clean, damp, lint-free cloth. Do not scrub optical surfaces. If possible, clean only those areas which are soiled. Lint/particulates can be removed with clean, filtered canned air. E-SW-SCANNERPG-N [ 6 ] Integrated Scanner Programming Guide

20 Troubleshooting Troubleshooting Notes Whether there are beeps in conjunction with scan and decode functions is dependent on the application currently running in the Mobile Device. Decrease decode time by disabling unused barcode types. The scan engine can store several different barcode symbologies at the same time. This means the Mobile Device is able to scan a Code 39 barcode, then an Interleaved 2 of 5 barcode, then a different barcode without requiring a parameter reset. The Mobile Device Scanner (or Data Collection Wedge) panel parameters are applied to the data resulting from successful barcode scans sent to the Mobile Device for processing. The Control Panel does not affect or change the programming barcode parameter settings in this guide. After scanning the Reset All (or equivalent) barcode with the Mobile Device s integrated scan engine or tethered ring scanner, the next step is to open the Scanner (or Data Collection Wedge) panel, click the OK button and then close the panel. This action will synchronize all scanner formats. Printing Barcodes Problem Barcodes on the printed page are too compact to be scanned, especially with a long range scanner. Solution When printing pages from an Adobe Acrobat PDF file, there is a difference between laser printer types and how they handle some Adobe Acrobat print functions specifically, the shrink to fit option on the Print Options screen. Before clicking Print, make sure the Shrink oversized pages to paper size checkbox is unchecked. If the barcode is still too small to be read by the scanner engine, run the printed page through the laser printer again using the laser printer s Zoom feature until the barcode is large enough to scan satisfactorily. When printing pages from an on-line Web page, run the printed page through a laser copier using the laser copier's Zoom feature until the barcode is large enough to scan satisfactorily. E-SW-SCANNERPG-N [ 7 ] Integrated Scanner Programming Guide

21 Miscellaneous Programmable Barcodes Miscellaneous Programmable Barcodes Note: Ring decoding devices do not have the ability to emit a good read or bad read sound. Beep After Good Decode Audible scan progress indicators are generated by the scanner driver on LXE mobile devices, not the barcode decoder engine. Use the Windows CE Control Panel options to set up the mobile device audible indicators. Beeper Frequency Adjustment Audible scan progress indicators are generated by the scanner driver on LXE mobile devices, not the barcode decoder engine. Use the Windows CE Control Panel options to set up the mobile device audible indicators. Beep on <BEL> This parameter is enabled on the Bluetooth Ring Scanner Module. There is no corresponding ring scanner programming barcode required. This parameter is disabled/inactive on other LXE mobile devices. Beeper Tone / Beeper Volume Audible scan progress indicators are generated by the scanner driver on LXE mobile devices, not the barcode decoder engine. Use the Windows CE Control Panel options to set up the mobile device audible indicators. Event Reporting LXE mobile devices aren t designed to process events triggered by a barcode decoder engine. Events are processed by the operating system resident on the mobile device. Use Windows CE Control Panel options to set up the mobile device event reporting parameters. LED Mode This parameter is disabled/inactive as the scan LEDs are controlled by the scanner driver, not the scanner engine. Return to Factory Default Settings Important: After scanning the engine-specific barcode to return the scanner/imager to factory default settings, the next step is to open the barcode wedge panel on the mobile device collecting the scanned data. Click the OK button to close the panel. This action will synchronize all scanner formats for your device. E-SW-SCANNERPG-N [ 8 ] Integrated Scanner Programming Guide

22 EV-15 Imager This section s explanations and instructions are directed toward devices with an integrated EV-15 Imager. DO NOT USE THE BARCODES IN THIS SECTION FOR OTHER TYPES OF IMAGERS OR SCAN ENGINES. Introduction Integrated Imager Engine MX7 MX8 MX8WM Configuration barcodes in this section are designed for the EV-15 scan engine. Determining the type of scan engine in your LXE decoding device is an important requirement before using it to scan a configuration barcode. If you are unsure, contact your LXE representative or System Administrator for assistance with your mobile device. Scan engine manufacturers may offer more barcodes and options than are contained in this section. Please note that the barcodes in this section are only those supported by LXE and the mobile devices it manufactures or supports. If you need assistance when using the barcodes in this section, please contact your LXE representative. Reset to Factory Defaults After scanning the engine-specific barcode to return the scanner/imager to factory default settings, the next step is to open the barcode wedge panel on the mobile device collecting the scanned data. Click the OK button to close the panel. This action will synchronize all scanner formats for your device. Print a Page Use the Print button on the Taskbar. These barcodes must be printed at 600 dots per inch (dpi) before they can be successfully scanned with a barcode reader. Copy a Barcode Use your browser's right-click menu to download an individual barcode using the Save Picture As option. Save the picture to a location on your computer's hard drive. The individual barcode can be added, as a file, to any delivery vehicle e.g. Word document, . Using a graphics program to copy and paste the barcodes on these pages will copy the barcode at your monitor's dot per inch setting, a level too low for successful barcode scanning. E-SW-SCANNERPG-N [ 9 ] Integrated Scanner Programming Guide

23 Pre-Configured Default Values Pre-Configured Default Values Parameter Default Value Reset Factory Defaults All Defaults Disable all Symbologies Enable Disable all Extended Reading Ranges Enable Configuration Modes Configuration Enabled Transparent Configuration Mode Disabled Symbology Settings Disable all symbologies Enabled Disable all extended reading ranges Enabled Operating Parameters Hardware trigger Enabled Turn off after good read Enabled Bad read message Disabled Scanning / triggering - triggering mode Level Level triggering mode timeout 2 seconds Aiming beam Disabled Aiming beam duration 0.5 seconds (500 ms) Data Decoding Security Predefined security level Normal Timeout between identical consecutive codes 300 ms Timeout between different consecutive codes None Read Optimization Shutter speed Automatic Sensor optimization Automatic Lighting LED brightness 100% Power hold Disabled Data Transmission Symbology Identifier Not transmitted Preamble None Postamble CR LF Enable Codabar Codabar Disabled E-SW-SCANNERPG-N [ 10 ] Integrated Scanner Programming Guide

24 Pre-Configured Default Values Codabar CSI Stop / Start CLSI Library System Check Digit (AIM) Parameter Barcode Length Minimum 6 Concatenation Concatenation Mode No Start/Stop Restrictions Codablock Codablock A Codablock A CSI Codablock F Codablock F CSI Code 11 Code 11 Code 11 CSI Check digits 1 Check digits checked and transmitted Code 11 barcode length Code 39 Code 39 Code 39 CSI Format Start / Stop Accepted characters (standard C39) Check digit Barcode length Reading range Tolerance Code 93 / 93 i Code 93 / 93i Code 93 / 93i CSI Code 93 barcode length Code 128 / EAN 128 B7 Not transmitted Disabled Disabled Disabled Enabled Disabled K0 Disabled K1 Disabled C1 Enabled Any length Disabled B1 Standard Not transmitted Asterisk only Disabled Any Extended High Disabled B6 Any Default Value E-SW-SCANNERPG-N [ 11 ] Integrated Scanner Programming Guide

25 Pre-Configured Default Values Code 128 EAN 128 Code 128 CSI EAN 128 CSI Parameter Enabled Enabled EAN 128 identifier Include ]C1 CIP 128 French pharmaceutical code FNC1 separator character Barcode length Reading range Tolerance ISBT 128 ISBT 128 transmit ISBT concatenate GTIN Processing for EAN 128 Interleaved 2 of 5 I 2 of 5 I 2 of 5 CSI Check digit Barcode length 6 Compose Minimum Length 4 Reading range Matrix 2 of 5 Matrix 2 of 5 Matrix 2 of 5 CSI Minimum barcode length 6 MSI Code MSI Code MSI code CSI Check Digit Barcode length 6 Plessey Code Plessey code Plessey code CSI B3 C9 Disabled Enabled Any Extended High Disabled Default Value Single codes only Authorized ISBT 128 pairs only Disabled Disabled B2 Disabled Extended Disabled B4 Disabled B8 Mod 10 checked and transmitted Disabled C2 E-SW-SCANNERPG-N [ 12 ] Integrated Scanner Programming Guide

26 Pre-Configured Default Values Check digit Parameter Barcode length 6 GS1 DataBar (RSS) Code GS1 DataBar (RSS) code GS1 DataBar (RSS) code CSI GS1 DataBar Limited (RSS Limited) GS1 DataBar Limited (RSS Limited) CSI GS1 DataBar Expanded (RSS expanded) GS1 DataBar Expanded (RSS expanded) CSI Standard 2 of 5 Code Standard 2 of 5 code Standard 2 of 5 code CSI Format Check digit mod 10 Barcode length 6 Telepen Telepen CSI Format Barcode length UPC / EAN UPC-A UPC-E EAN-8 EAN-13 UPC-E1 CSI UPC-A CSI UPC-E CSI EAN-8 CSI EAN-13 Add-on Digits Add-on 2 Add-on 5 Not transmitted Disabled C3 Disabled C4 Disabled C4 Disabled B5 Default Value Identicon (6 stop/start bars) Disabled Disabled C6 ASCII Any Enabled Enabled Enabled Enabled Disabled A0 E0 FF F Not required but transmitted if read Disabled Disabled E-SW-SCANNERPG-N [ 13 ] Integrated Scanner Programming Guide

27 Pre-Configured Default Values Parameter Default Value Security level 10 Check digit UPC-A Transmitted Check digit UPC-E Transmitted Check digit EAN-8 Transmitted Check digit EAN-13 Transmitted UPC number system UPC-A Transmitted UPC number system UPC-E Transmitted Transmit UPC-A as EAN-13 Enabled Transmit UPC-E as UPC-E Enabled Transmit EAN-8 as EAN-8 Enabled ISBN Disabled GTIN processing Disabled Reading range Extended E-SW-SCANNERPG-N [ 14 ] Integrated Scanner Programming Guide

28 Frequently Used Barcodes Frequently Used Barcodes Note: LXE does not support Micro PDF or PDF 417 using the integrated EV-15 scanner. Reset to Factory Defaults Barcode Use the Reset Factory Defaults parameter to reset all scanner parameters to their default values. Scanning this barcode does not affect the mobile device s operating system, wireless or installed software (e.g. RFTerm) settings. Reset Factory Defaults See Pre-Configured Default Values for an alphabetical listing of all default values. Important: After scanning the engine-specific barcode to return the scanner/imager to factory default settings, the next step is to open the barcode wedge panel on the mobile device collecting the scanned data. Click the OK button to close the panel. This action will synchronize all scanner formats for your device. E-SW-SCANNERPG-N [ 15 ] Integrated Scanner Programming Guide

29 EV-15 Configuration Modes EV-15 Configuration Modes Select an option by scanning one of the barcodes in this section. Configuration Default Value : Enabled Enable configuration Transparent Configuration Mode Default Value : Disabled Disable Transparent Configuration Mode Symbology Settings Disable all symbologies Disable all extended reading ranges E-SW-SCANNERPG-N [ 16 ] Integrated Scanner Programming Guide

30 EV-15 Parameters - General EV-15 Parameters - General Scanning/Triggering Default Values : Hardware trigger : Enabled Turn off after good read : Enabled Bad read message : Disabled Triggering Mode : Level Hardware trigger active Turn off after good read active Bad read message not active Level triggering mode Level Triggering Mode Timeout Default Value : Level triggering mode Timeout : 2 seconds 1 second timeout 2 second timeout E-SW-SCANNERPG-N [ 17 ] Integrated Scanner Programming Guide

31 Level Triggering Mode Timeout 3 second timeout 4 second timeout 5 second timeout 6 second timeout 7 second timeout 8 second timeout 9 second timeout 10 second timeout E-SW-SCANNERPG-N [ 18 ] Integrated Scanner Programming Guide

32 Aiming Beam Aiming Beam Default Value : Aiming Beam Activation : Disabled Aiming beam off Turn on aiming beam after first pull aim and read Aiming Beam Duration Default Value : Aiming Beam Duration : 0.5 seconds (500 ms) 0.5 seconds duration (500 ms) 250 ms duration (0.25 seconds) 750 ms duration (0.75 seconds) 1 second duration (1000 ms) 1.2 seconds duration E-SW-SCANNERPG-N [ 19 ] Integrated Scanner Programming Guide

33 Aiming Beam Duration 1.5 seconds duration 2 seconds duration 2.5 seconds duration E-SW-SCANNERPG-N [ 20 ] Integrated Scanner Programming Guide

34 Data Decoding Security Data Decoding Security Default Value : Predefined security level : Normal Predefined security level -- Normal Predefined security level -- Medium Predefined security level -- High Consecutive same read data validation - Auto read count before transmission Consecutive same read data validation - Single read before transmission Consecutive same read data validation Number of same reads : 3 E-SW-SCANNERPG-N [ 21 ] Integrated Scanner Programming Guide

35 Data Decoding Timeout Data Decoding Timeout Default Value : Timeout between identical consecutive codes : 300 ms Timeout between different consecutive codes : None Timeout between identical consecutive codes ms Timeout between identical consecutive codes 500 ms Timeout between identical consecutive codes 750 ms Timeout between identical consecutive codes 1000 ms Timeout between different consecutive codes - none Timeout between different consecutive codes 500 ms E-SW-SCANNERPG-N [ 22 ] Integrated Scanner Programming Guide

36 Read Optimization Read Optimization Default Value : Shutter speed : Automatic mode Sensor optimization : Automatic Lighting : LED brightness 100% Power hold : Not active Shutter Speed Automatic mode Sensor Optimization Automatic 1-dimensional codes Stacked codes E-SW-SCANNERPG-N [ 23 ] Integrated Scanner Programming Guide

37 Lighting Lighting LED brightness 100% LED brightness 25% LED brightness 50 % LED brightness 75% Power Hold Power hold - not active E-SW-SCANNERPG-N [ 24 ] Integrated Scanner Programming Guide

38 EV-15 Data Transmission Parameters EV-15 Data Transmission Parameters Symbology Identifier Default Value : Not transmitted Not transmitted AIM identifier transmitted Preamble Default Value : None None Line Feed (LF) E-SW-SCANNERPG-N [ 25 ] Integrated Scanner Programming Guide

39 Postamble Postamble Default Value : CR + LF Carriage return and line feed <CR>+<LF> Carriage return <CR> None E-SW-SCANNERPG-N [ 26 ] Integrated Scanner Programming Guide

40 Scanner Parameters Barcode Type Specific Scanner Parameters Barcode Type Specific Note: LXE does not support Micro PDF or PDF 417 using the integrated EV-15 scanner. Codabar Codablock Code 11 Code 39 Code 93 / Code 93i Code 128 / EAN 128 ISBT 128 Interleaved 2 of 5 Matrix 2 of 5 MSI Code Plessey Code GS1 DataBar (RSS) Code Standard 2 of 5 Code Telepen UPC EAN Codabar Default Value : Disabled CSI (Custom symbology identifier) : B7 Enable Disable Custom symbology identifier - "B7" Start/Stop Default Value:Not transmitted E-SW-SCANNERPG-N [ 27 ] Integrated Scanner Programming Guide

41 CLSI Library System Not transmitted (*) a, b, c, d A, B, C, D a, b, c, d / t, n, *, e DC1, DC2, DC3, DC4 CLSI Library System Default Value:Disable Disable Enable (insert spaces) Check Digit (AIM Recommendation) Default Value:Disabled E-SW-SCANNERPG-N [ 28 ] Integrated Scanner Programming Guide

42 Barcode Length Disabled Checked and transmitted Checked but not transmitted Barcode Length Default Value:Minimum length : 6 Minimum length = 6 Any length Concatenation Default Value:Disabled No start/stop restrictions Disabled E-SW-SCANNERPG-N [ 29 ] Integrated Scanner Programming Guide

43 Transmit Transmit Transmit all codes (single, concatenated) Transmit concatenated codes only Start/Stop No start/stop restrictions Stop 1 = start 2 ABC (American Blood Commission) E-SW-SCANNERPG-N [ 30 ] Integrated Scanner Programming Guide

44 Codablock Codablock Codablock A Default Value : Codablock A : Disabled CSI (Custom symbology identifier) K0 Disable Codablock A Enable Codablock A Custom symbology identifier K0 Codablock F Default Value:Codablock F : Disabled Custom symbology identifier K1 Disable Codablock F Enable Codablock F Custom symbology identifier K1 E-SW-SCANNERPG-N [ 31 ] Integrated Scanner Programming Guide

45 Code 11 Code 11 Default Values:Code 11 : Disabled Custom symbology identifier C1 Check digits : 1 Checked and transmitted Barcode length : Any length Disable Enable Custom symbology identifier C1 Check digits - 1 Check digits - 2 Checked and transmitted Check but not transmitted E-SW-SCANNERPG-N [ 32 ] Integrated Scanner Programming Guide

46 Code 11 Barcode length Any length E-SW-SCANNERPG-N [ 33 ] Integrated Scanner Programming Guide

47 Code 39 Code 39 Default Value:Code 39 : Disabled Enable Disable Custom symbology identifier B1 Format Default Value : Standard Standard 43 characters format Full ASCII format (extended) E-SW-SCANNERPG-N [ 34 ] Integrated Scanner Programming Guide

48 Start/Stop Start/Stop Default Values : Not transmitted Accepted characters : asterisk only (standard Code 39) Not transmitted Transmitted Accepted characters - * only (standard Code 39) Accepted characters - $ only (Trioptic Code 39) Accepted characters - $ and * (standard and Trioptic Code 39) E-SW-SCANNERPG-N [ 35 ] Integrated Scanner Programming Guide

49 Check Digit Check Digit Default Value:Disabled Disable Modulo 43 - checked but not transmitted Modulo 43 - checked and transmitted French CIP - checked and transmitted French CIP - checked but not transmitted Italian CPI / Code 32 - checked and transmitted Italian CPI / Code 32 - checked but not transmitted E-SW-SCANNERPG-N [ 36 ] Integrated Scanner Programming Guide

50 Barcode Length Barcode Length Default Value : Any length Any length Minimum length : 6 Reading Range / Tolerance Default Values : Extended range High tolerance Normal range Extended range Medium tolerance High tolerance Low tolerance E-SW-SCANNERPG-N [ 37 ] Integrated Scanner Programming Guide

51 Code 93 / Code 93i Code 93 / Code 93i Default Values : Disabled Custom symbology identifier B6 Any barcode length Disable Enable Custom symbology identifier B6 Any barcode length Minimum length - 6 E-SW-SCANNERPG-N [ 38 ] Integrated Scanner Programming Guide

52 Code 128 / EAN 128 Code 128 / EAN 128 Default Values : Code 128 Enabled / EAN 128 Enabled Code 128 Enable Code 128 Disable EAN 128 Enable EAN 128 Disable Custom Symbology Identifier Default Values : Code 128 : B3 EAN 128 : C9 Custom symbology identifier - Code default "B3" Custom symbology identifier - EAN default "C9" E-SW-SCANNERPG-N [ 39 ] Integrated Scanner Programming Guide

53 EAN 128 Identifier EAN 128 Identifier Default Value : Include ]C1 identifier Include ]C1 identifier Remove ]C1 identifier CIP 128 French Pharmaceutical Code Default Value : Disable Disable Enable E-SW-SCANNERPG-N [ 40 ] Integrated Scanner Programming Guide

54 FNC1 Separator Character FNC1 Separator Character Default Value : Enable FNC1 separator character (EAN 128 norms) - <GS> (1Dh) Barcode Length Default Value : Any length Any length Minimum length = 6 E-SW-SCANNERPG-N [ 41 ] Integrated Scanner Programming Guide

55 Reading Range Reading Range Default Value : Extended range Extended reading range Normal reading range Tolerance Default Value : High Tolerance High tolerance Medium tolerance Low tolerance E-SW-SCANNERPG-N [ 42 ] Integrated Scanner Programming Guide

56 ISBT 128 ISBT 128 Default Value : Disabled Disable Enable ISBT 128 Transmit Default Value : Transmit single codes only Single codes only Concatenated codes only Single codes / concatenated codes E-SW-SCANNERPG-N [ 43 ] Integrated Scanner Programming Guide

57 ISBT 128 Concatenate ISBT 128 Concatenate Default Value : Concatenate authorized ISBT 128 code pairs only Authorized ISBT 128 code pairs only All ISBT 128 code pairs GTIN Processing for EAN 128 Default Value : Disabled Disable Enable E-SW-SCANNERPG-N [ 44 ] Integrated Scanner Programming Guide

58 Interleaved 2 of 5 Interleaved 2 of 5 Default Value : Disabled Custom symbology identifier B2 Disable Enable Custom symbology identifier B2 Reading Range Default Value : Extended Extended reading range Normal reading range E-SW-SCANNERPG-N [ 45 ] Integrated Scanner Programming Guide

59 Check Digit Check Digit Default Value : Disabled Disable Mod 10 checked and transmitted Mod 10 checked but not transmitted French CIP HR checked and transmitted French CIP HR checked but not transmitted E-SW-SCANNERPG-N [ 46 ] Integrated Scanner Programming Guide

60 Barcode Length Barcode Length Note: I2of5 is always an even number of characters. Default Value : 6 Barcode minimum length - 6 Compose Minimum Length Range : 4-50 Minimum Length = 4 Minimum Length = 50 E-SW-SCANNERPG-N [ 47 ] Integrated Scanner Programming Guide

61 Matrix 2 of 5 Matrix 2 of 5 Default Values : Disabled Custom symbology identifier B4 Minimum barcode length : 6 Disable Enable Custom symbology identifier B4 Any barcode length Minimum barcode length = 6 E-SW-SCANNERPG-N [ 48 ] Integrated Scanner Programming Guide

62 MSI Code MSI Code Default Values : Disabled Custom symbology identifier B8 Disable Enable Custom symbology identifier B8 Check Digit Default Value : Mod 10 checked and transmitted Mod 10 checked and transmitted Mod 10 checked but not transmitted Double Mod 10 checked and transmitted Double Mod 10 checked but not transmitted E-SW-SCANNERPG-N [ 49 ] Integrated Scanner Programming Guide

63 Barcode Length Barcode Length Default Value : Barcode length 6 Minimum barcode length = 6 Any barcode length E-SW-SCANNERPG-N [ 50 ] Integrated Scanner Programming Guide

64 Plessey Code Plessey Code Default Value : Disable Disable Enable Custom symbology identifier C2 Check Digit Default Value : Check digit not transmitted Check digit not transmitted Check digit transmitted E-SW-SCANNERPG-N [ 51 ] Integrated Scanner Programming Guide

65 Barcode Length Barcode Length Default Value : Barcode length 6 Any length Minimum barcode length = 6 E-SW-SCANNERPG-N [ 52 ] Integrated Scanner Programming Guide

66 GS1 DataBar (RSS) Code GS1 DataBar (RSS) Code Default Values : Disable Custom symbology identifier C3 Enable Disable Custom symbology identifier C3 GS1 DataBar Limited (RSS Limited) Default Values : Disable Custom symbology identifier C4 Enable Disable Custom symbology identifier C4 E-SW-SCANNERPG-N [ 53 ] Integrated Scanner Programming Guide

67 GS1 DataBar Expanded (RSS expanded) GS1 DataBar Expanded (RSS expanded) Default Values : Disable Custom symbology identifier C5 Enable Disable Custom symbology identifier C5 E-SW-SCANNERPG-N [ 54 ] Integrated Scanner Programming Guide

68 Standard 2 of 5 Code Standard 2 of 5 Code Default Values : Disable Custom symbology identifier B5 Disable Enable Custom symbology identifier B5 Format Default Value : Identicon (6 start/stop bars) Identicon (6 start/stop bars) Computer Identics (4 stop/start bars) E-SW-SCANNERPG-N [ 55 ] Integrated Scanner Programming Guide

69 Check Digit Mod 10 Check Digit Mod 10 Default Value : Disabled Disable Checked and transmitted Checked but not transmitted Barcode Length Default Value : Minimum barcode length : 6 Minimum barcode length = 6 Any barcode length E-SW-SCANNERPG-N [ 56 ] Integrated Scanner Programming Guide

70 Telepen Telepen Default Value : Disabled Custom symbology identifier C6 Format ASCII Any length barcode Disable Enable Custom symbology identifier C6 Format ASCII Format numeric Any barcode length E-SW-SCANNERPG-N [ 57 ] Integrated Scanner Programming Guide

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