Honeywell MS5145 Eclipse manuale d’uso

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    METROLOGIC INSTRUMENTS, INC. MS5100 Eclipse ™ Series Installation and User’s Guide[...]

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    Copyright © 2008 by Metrologic Instruments, Inc. All rights reserved. No part of this work may be reproduced, transmitted, or stored in any form or b y any means without prior written consent, except b y reviewer, who may quote brief passages in a review, or provided for in the Cop yright Act of 1976. Trademarks Metrologic is a registered trademar[...]

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    ii T ABLE OF C ONTENTS Introducti on........................................................................................................... 1 Scanner and A ccessori es ................................................................................. 2 Scanner Comp onents ..........................................................................[...]

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    iii T ABLE OF C ONTENTS Regulatory Compliance Safety ............................................................................................................. 37 EMC ............................................................................................................... 38 Limited Wa rranty ...............................................[...]

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    1 I NTRODUCTION The MS5145 Eclipse ™ is a single-line, h and-held laser scanner. Equipped with Metrologic’s pa tented CodeGate ® technology, Eclipse can be used in a wide variety of applications. Cod eGate technology allo ws the user to easily target the desired bar c ode and co mplete the data transmission with a simple press of a button. T h[...]

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    2 I NTRODUCTION Scanner and Accessories B AS IC K IT Part # Description MS5145 Eclipse Scanner 00-02544 x MetroSelect Single-Line Confi guration Guide * 70-79016 x MS5100 Eclipse Series Installation and User ’s Guide * * Available on the Metrologic website - www.metrologic.com O PTIONAL A CCESSORIES Part # Description AC to DC Power Transformer- [...]

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    3 I NTRODUCTION Scanner and Accessories O PTIONAL A CCESSORIES Part # Description 55-55000 x -3 RS232 PowerLink Cable with Built in Power Jack straight cord, long strain relief, black 55-55002 x -3 Keyboard Wedge PowerLink Cabl e with Adapter straight cord, long strain relief, black 55-55020 x -3 Stand Alone Keyboard Po werLink Cable, straight cord[...]

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    4 I NTRODUCTION Scanner Components I TEM N O . D ESCRIPTION 1 Mode Select Button/CodeGate Button (see page 12) 2 Red LED (see page 14) 3 Green LED (see page 14) 4 Pin Hole for Cable Release (s ee page 6) 5 Red Output Window (Laser Aperture) 6 Speaker (see page 13) 7 10-Pin RJ45, Female Socket (see page 33) Figure 1. Scanner Components Maintenance S[...]

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    5 I NTRODUCTION Caution and Serial Number Labels Figure 2. Label Location on the Botto m of the Scanner with Exa mple Caution To maintain compliance w ith applicable standard s, all circuits connected to the scanner mu st meet the requirements for SELV (S afety E xtr a L ow Voltage) according to EN/IEC 60 950-1. To maintain compliance w ith standar[...]

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    6 Figure 5. I NTRODUCTION Cable Removal Disconnect the power supply from the Po werLink cable and turn off power to the host system before removing the cable from the scanner. 1. Locate the small ‘pin -hole’ on the front side of the scanner near the end of the handle. 2. Bend an ordinary paperclip into the shape shown. 3. Insert the paperclip ([...]

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    7 I NSTALLATION RS232, Light Pen or Laser Emulation 1. Turn off the host system. 2. Plug the male, 10-pin RJ45 end of the PowerLink cable into the 10-pin socket on the MS5145. 3. Connect the 9-Pin female end of the PowerLink cable to the appropriate communication port on the host device. 4. Plug the external power supply into the power jack on the [...]

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    8 I NSTALLATION RS485 S 1. Turn off the host system. 2. Plug the male 10-pin RJ45 end of the MVC cable into the 10-pin socket on the MS5145. 3. Connect the other end of the MVC cable to Port 9 of the host device. 4. Turn on the host device See page 5. S Applicable for IBM ® Host applications . Figure 7. RS485 S (above) Connections[...]

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    9 I NSTALLATION Keyboard Wedge 1. Turn off the host system. 2. Plug the male, 10-pin RJ45 end of the PowerLink cable into the 10-pin socket on the MS5145. 3. Disconnect the keyboard from the host/PC. 4. Connect the Y ends of the PowerLink cable to the keyboard an d the host’s keyboard port. If necessary, use the supplied adapter cabl e to make th[...]

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    10 I NSTALLATION Stand-Alone Keyboard 1. Turn off the host system. 2. Connect the 10-pin RJ45 male connector into the jack on the Eclipse. There will be a ‘click’ when the connection is made. If the scanner is receiving power from the host system, skip to step #5. 3. Connect the L-shaped plug of the power supply into the power jack on the Power[...]

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    11 Figure 10. USB I NSTALLATION USB : Low Speed USB (-38) Full Speed USB (-40) 1. Turn off the host system. 2. Connect the 10-pin RJ45 male connector of the USB cable into the jack on the Eclipse. There will be a ‘click’ when the connection is made. 3. Connect the other end of the USB cable to the host USB port. 4. Turn on the host system. As a[...]

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    12 S CANNER O PERATION How to Use CodeGate and the Manual Activation Mode C ODE G ATE ® M ANUAL A CTIVATION M ODE * * This feature is not a default setting. Refer to the MetroSelect Configuration Guide for instructions on enabling the Manual Activation Mode. Figure 11. CodeGate Enabled Figure 12. Manual Activation Mode Two Modes of Operation CodeG[...]

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    13 S CANNER O PERATION Indicators Audible When the MS5145 scanner is oper ational, the scanner provides audi ble feedback to indicate the status of the scanner and the last scan. Eight settings are available for the tone of the beep (norma l, six alternate tones and no tone). For instructions on how to change the tone of the beeper, refer to the Si[...]

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    14 S CANNER O PERATION Indicators Visual The MS5145 is equippe d with a red LED and green LED which indicate the scanner’s state and the status of the current scan wh en the unit is in operation. Figure 13. LED Color and Location Green and Red LEDs Ar e Off The LEDs will not be illuminat ed if the scanner is not receiving power from the host or t[...]

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    15 S CANNER O PERATION Indicators Failure One Razzberry Tone – On Power Up This indicates the scanner has experi enced a laser or flipper subsystem failure. Return the unit fo r repair to a Metrologic Authorized Service Center. Continuous Razzbe rry Tone with no LEDs If, upon power up, the scanner emits a continuous razzberry tone, then the scann[...]

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    16 S CANNER O PERATION Depth of Field vs. Minimum Bar Code Element Width Minimum Bar Code Element Width A B C D E F mm .10 .12 .17 .26 .33 .66 mils 4.1 4.8 6.8 10.4 13 26 Figure 14. Depth of Field vs. Minimum Bar Code Element Wi dth[...]

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    17 S CANNER O PERATION Configuration Modes The MS5145 Eclipse has three modes of configur ation. • Bar Codes The Eclipse can be configured b y scanning the bar codes located in the MetroSelect ® Single-Line Conf iguration Guide ( MLPN 00-0254 4). This manual can be downloaded F REE at www.metrologic.com. • MetroSet ® 2 This user-friendly Wind[...]

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    18 S CANNER O PERATION 4. During configuration, the motor and laser turn off. YOU CANNOT SCAN A BAR CODE WHILE IN SERIAL CONFIGURATION MODE. 5. There is a 20 second window bet ween commands. If a 20 second timeout occurs, the scanner will send a [nak] and yo u must start over. 6. To enter serial configuratio n mode, send the following command [stx][...]

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    19 S CANNER O PERATION EXAMPLE #3 : The following example sho ws the events that occur when an invalid bar cod e is sent. This sample will load the factory default settings an d then set the baud rate to 19200. FEATURE HOST COMM AND ASCII REPRESENTATION SCANNER RESPONSE Enter Configuration Mode [stx]999999[etx] 02h 39h 39h 39h 39h 39h 39h 03h [ack][...]

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    20 T ROUBLESHOOTING G UIDE The following guide is for reference purpos es only. Contact a Metrologic representative at 1-800-ID-Metro or 1-800-43 6-3876 to preserve the limited warranty terms. Symptoms Possible Causes Solution All Interfaces No power is being supplied to the unit. Check the transformer, the outlet and power strip. Make sure the cab[...]

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    21 T ROUBLESHOOTING G UIDE Symptoms Possible Causes Solution The unit powers up, but does not scan and/or beep. The unit is trying to scan a particular symbology that is not enabled. UPC/EAN, Code 39, interleaved 2 of 5, Code 93, Code 128 and Codabar are enabled b y default. Verify the type of bar code being read has been selected. The unit powers [...]

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    22 T ROUBLESHOOTING G UIDE Symptoms Possible Causes Solution The unit scans but the data is not correct. The unit’s configuration is not correct. Make sure that the proper PC type AT, PS2 or XT is selected. Verify the correct country code and data format is selected. Adjust the inter-character delay symptom. The unit is transmitting each characte[...]

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    23 RS232 D EMONSTRATION P ROGRAM If an RS232 scanner is not communicating with your IBM compatible PC, key in the following BASIC program to test t hat the communication port and scanner are work ing. This program is for demonstration purposes only. It is only intended to prove that cabling is correct, the COM port is working, and the scanner is wo[...]

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    24 D ESIGN S PECIFICATIONS MS5145 Eclipse O PERATIONA L Light Source: V isible L aser D iode (V LD) @ 650 nm Laser Power: Less than 1.0 mW average Depth of Scan Field: 0 mm – 140 mm (0 " – 5.5") 0.33 mm (13 mil) Bar Code Scan Speed: 72 ± 2 scan lines per second Scan Pattern: Single scan line Minimum Bar Width: 0.089 mm (3.5 mil) Deco[...]

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    25 D ESIGN S PECIFICATIONS MS5145 Eclipse E LECTRICAL Input Voltage: 5VDC ± 0.25V Power: Operating 675 mW Current: Operating 135 mA average @ 5VDC DC Transformers: Class II; 5.2VDC @ 1A For regulatory compliance inf ormation, see pages 37 – 39. E NVIRONMENTAL Operating 0°C to 40°C (32°F to 104°F) Temperature: Storage -40°C to 60°C (-40°F [...]

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    26 A PPLICATIONS AND P ROTOCOLS The model number on each scann er incl udes the scanner number and fa ctory default communications protocol. Scanner Version Identifier Communication Protoc ol(s) 00 Laser Emulation 11 RS485 S RS232 - TXD, RXD, RTS , CTS 38 Low Speed USB, Serial Emulation or Keyboard Emulation 40 Full Speed USB 41 RS232/Light Pen Emu[...]

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    27 D EFAULT S ETTINGS Many functions of the scanner can be configu red or enabled/disab led . The scanner is shipped from the factor y c onfigured to a set of default conditions. All default parameters of t he scanner have an asterisk ( * ) marked in the default column. If an asterisk is not in the def ault column then th e default setting is off o[...]

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    28 D EFAULT S ETTINGS Parameter Default RS232 Light Pen RS485 S KBW USB Laser Emulation ITF Symbol Lengths Variable       Minimum Symbol Length 3       Symbol Length Lock None       Bars High as Code 39 *   Spaces High as Code 39   Bars High as Scanned   Spaces High as Scanned [...]

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    29 D EFAULT S ETTINGS Parameter Default RS232 Light Pen RS485 S KBW USB Laser Emulation Infinite Same Symbol Timeout       Inter-Character D elay Configurable In 1 m sec steps (max 255 msecs) 1 msecs 10 msecs in KBW       Number Of Scan Buffers ( maximum ) 4       Transmit UPC-A Check Digit * ?[...]

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    30 D EFAULT S ETTINGS Parameter Default RS232 Light Pen RS485 S KBW USB Laser Emulation Transmit Sanyo ID Characters   Nixdorf ID   LRC Enabled   UPC Prefix   UPC Suffix   Carriage Return *   Line Feed-Disabled by Default in KBW *   Tab Prefix   Tab Suffix   “DE” Disable Command  “FL”[...]

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    31 D EFAULT S ETTINGS Parameter Default RS232 Light Pen RS485 S KBW USB Laser Emulation 100 msec to Find Supplement Configurable in 100 mse c Steps (max 800 msec) *       Coupon Code 128  as code 39    as code 39 † Configurable Code Leng ths 7 avail       † Code Selects with Configurable Code Leng[...]

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    32 U PGRADING THE F LASH ROM F IRMWARE The MS5145 is part of Metrologic's line of scanners with flash upgrade able firmware. The upgrade process requires a new firmware file supplied to the customer by a customer service representative  and Metrologic's MetroSet 2 software  . A personal computer running Windo ws 95 or greater wit[...]

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    33 S CANNER AND C ABLE T ERMIN ATIONS Scanner Pinout Connections The MS5145 scanner interfaces terminate to a 10-pin modular jack. The serial number label i ndicates the interface enable d when the scanner is shipped from the factory. Figure 15. MS5145-41 RS232C and Light Pen Emulation Pin Function 1 Ground 2 RS232 Transmit Output 3 RS232 Receive I[...]

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    34 S CANNER AND C ABLE T ERMIN ATIONS Figure 16. MS5145-00 Laser Emulation Pin Function 1 Ground 2 RS232 Transmit Output 3 RS232 Receive Input 4 Flip Sense/Start of Scan Output 5 Proximity Detect/ Trigger Emulation Output 6 Scan/Laser Enable Input 7 Reserved 8 Data Out 9 +5VDC 10 Shield Ground MS5145 Full Speed (-40) an d Low Speed (-38) USB Pin Fu[...]

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    35 S CANNER AND C ABLE T ERMIN ATIONS Cable Connector Configurations RS232 PowerLink Cable, 55-55000 x -3 Pin Function 1 Shield Ground 2 RS232 Transmit Output 3 RS232 Receive Input 4 DTR Input/Light Pen Source 5 Power/Signal Ground 6 Light Pen Data (DSR Out for -14 interfaces) 7 CTS Input 8 RTS Output 9 +5VDC 9-Pin D-Type Connector Stand Alone Keyb[...]

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    36 S CANNER AND C ABLE T ERMIN ATIONS Cable Connector Configuration Keyboard Wedge Po werLink Cable 55-55002A-3 Pin Function 1 Keyboard Clock 2 Keyboard Data 3 No Connect 4 Power Ground 5 +5 Volts DC 5-Pin DIN, Female Pin Function 1 PC Data 2 No Connect 3 Power Ground 4 +5 Volts DC 5 PC Clock 6 No Connect 6-Pin DIN, Male Metrologic will supply an a[...]

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    37 R EGULATORY C OMPLIAN CE Safety ITE Equipment IEC 60950-1, EN 60950-1 Laser Laser Class 1: IEC 60825-1:1993+A1+A2, EN 60825-1:1994+A1+A2 Caution Use of controls or adj ustments or perfo rmance of proced ures other than tho se specified herein may res ult in hazardous lase r light ex posure. Under no circ umstances should the customer attempt to [...]

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    38 R EGULATORY C OMPLIAN CE EMC Emissions FCC Part 15, ICES-003, CISPR 22, EN 55022 Immunity CISPR 24, EN 55024 NOTE: Immunity pe rformance is not guarant eed for scan ner cables gr eater than 3 me ters in length when fully ex tended. Changes or modifications not expressly approved by the party respo nsible for compliance could void the user’s au[...]

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    39 R EGULATORY C OMPLIAN CE EMC Changes or modifications not expressly approved by the party respo nsible for compliance could void the user’s authority to operate the equipment. Standard Europeo Attenzione Questo e’ un prodotto d i classe A. Se usato in vicinanza d i residenz e priv ate potrebbe causare inte rferenze ra dio che potr ebbero ric[...]

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    40 L IMITED W ARRANTY The MS5145 Eclipse ™ scanner s are manufactured by Metrologic at its S uzhou, China facility. The MS5145 Eclipse scanners have a three (3) year limited warranty from the date of manufacture. Metrologic warrants and repre sents that all MS514 5 Eclipse scanners are free of all defects in material, workmanship and d esign, and[...]

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    41 P ATENTS This METROLOGIC product may be covered by, but is not limited to, one or more of the following U.S. Patents: U.S. Patent No.; 5,216,232; 5,260,553; 5,340, 971; 5,424,525; 5,484,992; 5,525,789; 5,528 ,024; 5,616,908; 5,627,359; 5,661, 292; 5,777,3 15; 5,789,730; 5,789, 731; 5,811 ,780; 5,828,048; 5,925,870; 6, 029,894; 6,20 9,789; 6,227,[...]

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    42 I NDEX A AC .................................. see power accessories ............................... 2, 3 aperture ......................................... 4 B beeper ......................... see indicator button ...................................... 4, 12 Button .......................................... 32 C cable .................... 20–[...]

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    43 I NDEX S safety ..................................... 37, 39 stand ............................................. 3 Stand-Alone Keyboard see interfac e T terminatio ns ........................... 33–36 tone ......................................... 1, 13 transformer ..................... see power troubleshoot ing ...................... 20–21[...]

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