Honeywell 4800dr manual

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    4800dr Document Reader Barcode Guide[...]

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    Disc laimer Honeyw ell International Inc. (“HII”) reser v es the right to make changes in specif[...]

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    i Chapter 1 - Getting Started About This Manual ...................................... .............[...]

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    ii Reread Delay ............................. ......................................... ............[...]

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    iii Codabar ................................. ......................................................[...]

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    iv Postal Codes .................................................. .................................[...]

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    v Show Data Format ...................................... .............................. ...........[...]

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    vi OCR Programming Chart Programming Chart[...]

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    1 - 1 1 Getting Star ted About This Manual This User’ s Guide provides installation and prog rammi[...]

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    1 - 2 1. Connect the appropriate interface cable to the document reader first, then to the computer.[...]

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    1 - 3 4. Plug the power supply into the cable. 5. Once the document reader has been fu lly connected[...]

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    1 - 4 USB PC or Macintosh ® Keyb oa rd Scan one of the f ollowing codes to program the do cument re[...]

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    1 - 5 ACK/NAK Mode TTL-232 Serial P ort Connection All communication parameters betw een the documen[...]

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    1 - 6 Reading T echniques The document reader has a view finder that projects a bright aimer that co[...]

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    2 - 1 2 T e rminal Interfaces Ke yboard Country Scan the appropriate countr y code below to progr am[...]

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    2 - 2 Ke yboard Country (continued) Please ref er to the Honeywell website ( www.honeywell.com/aidc [...]

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    2 - 3 Regular is used when you normally hav e the Caps Lock k ey off . Caps Lock is used when you no[...]

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    2 - 4 Control + ASCII Mode On: The document reader sends k ey combin ations f or ASCII control chara[...]

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    2 - 5 RS-232 W ord Length: Data Bits, Stop Bits, and P arity Data Bits sets the word length at 8 bi [...]

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    2 - 6 (DC3, he x 13) to the Document Reader . T o resume transmission, the host sends the XON char a[...]

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    3 - 1 3 Output Good Read Indicators Beeper – Good Read The beeper ma y be programmed On or Off in [...]

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    3 - 2 Beeper Duration – Good Read The beeper duration codes modify th e length of the beep the doc[...]

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    3 - 3 Good Read Dela y This sets the minimum amount of time bef ore the document reader can read ano[...]

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    3 - 4 or using a serial tr igger command. After scanning the Read Time-Out barcode, set the time-out[...]

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    3 - 5 Presentation Sensitivity Presentation Sensitivity is a numeric range that incr eases or decrea[...]

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    3 - 6 User -Specified Reread Delay If you w ant to set your o wn length f or the reread de lay , sca[...]

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    3 - 7 Aimer Dela y The aimer dela y allows a dela y time for the operator to aim the document reader[...]

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    3 - 8 In the e xample below , the gra y area is the full docu ment reader field of view and the whit[...]

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    3 - 9 Decode Window This f eature defines an area or window within which a barcode must be placed in[...]

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    3 - 10 Decode Sear ch Mode There are three selectable decode (scanning) modes: Full Omnidirectional [...]

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    3 - 11 Scan a barcode below to enab le or disable Pref erred Symbology . High Priority Symbology T o[...]

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    3 - 12 Output Sequence Overview Require Output Sequence When tur ned off , the barcode data will be [...]

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    3 - 13 Output Sequence Examples In this e xample, you are scanning Code 93, Code 128, and Code 39 ba[...]

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    3 - 14 43 start character match for Code 93, 43h = “C” FF termination string for third code Outp[...]

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    3 - 15 No Read With No Read tur ned On , the Document Reader notifies you if a code cannot be read. [...]

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    3 - 16 alignment has been perf or med using an alignmen t page. If the mandatory alignment flag is O[...]

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    4 - 1 4 Data Editing Prefix/Suffix Overview When a barcode is scanned, additional inf or mation is s[...]

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    4 - 2 T o Add a Prefix or Suffix: Step 1. Scan the Add Prefix or Add Suffix symbol ( page 4-3 ). Ste[...]

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    4 - 3 Step 1. Scan the Clear One Prefix or Clear One Suffix symbol. Step 2. Determine the 2 digit He[...]

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    4 - 4 Function Code T ransmit When this selection is enabled and function codes are contained within[...]

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    4 - 5 Ne xt, scan the Character to T rigger Delay barcode, then the 2-digit he x v a lue f or the AS[...]

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    4 - 6[...]

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    5 - 1 5 Data Formatting Data Format Editor Intr oduction Y ou may use the Data F or mat Editor to ch[...]

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    5 - 2 value for that symbology and scan the 2 digit hex value from the Programming Chart inside the [...]

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    5 - 3 Move Commands F5 Move the cursor ahead “nn” characte rs from current cursor position. Synt[...]

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    5 - 4 Data Format Editor Data Formatter When Data F or matter is turned off, the barcode data is out[...]

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    5 - 5 An alter nate f ormat is initiated by scanning one of the 3 alter nate f or mat barcodes belo [...]

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    5 - 6[...]

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    6 - 1 6 Symbologies This programming section contains the f ollowing men u selections. Ref er to Cha[...]

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    6 - 2 Message Length Description You are able to set the valid reading length of some of the barcode[...]

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    6 - 3 When Check Char acter is set to V alidate, but Don’t T ransmit , the unit will only read Cod[...]

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    6 - 4 Code 39 < Default All Code 39 Settings > Code 39 Code 39 Start / Stop Characters Star t/[...]

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    6 - 5 Code 39 Message Length Scan the barcodes below to chang e the message length. Refer to Message[...]

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    6 - 6 Full ASCII If Full ASCII Code 39 decoding is enabled, certai n character pairs within the barc[...]

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    6 - 7 Interleaved 2 of 5 < Default All Interleaved 2 of 5 Settings > Interleaved 2 of 5 Chec k[...]

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    6 - 8 Code 93 < Default All Code 93 Settings > Code 93 Code 93 Message Length Scan the barcode[...]

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    6 - 9 Straight 2 of 5 Industrial <Default All Straight 2 of 5 Industrial Settings> Straight 2 [...]

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    6 - 10 Straight 2 of 5 IA T A (T wo-Bar Start/Stop) <Default All Straight 2 of 5 IATA Settings>[...]

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    6 - 11 Matrix 2 of 5 <Default All Matrix 2 of 5 Settings> Matrix 2 of 5 Matrix 2 of 5 Message [...]

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    6 - 12 Chec k Digits Required This option sets whether 1 or 2 check digits are required with Code 11[...]

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    6 - 13 design, 3) a v a riation of Code 128 that suppor ts co ncatenation of neighboring symbols, an[...]

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    6 - 14 Te l e p e n <Default All Telepen Settings> Te l e p e n T elepen Output Using AIM T el[...]

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    6 - 15 UPC-A <Default All UPC-A Settings> UPC-A UPC-A Chec k Digit This selection allows y ou [...]

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    6 - 16 UPC-A Addenda This selection adds 2 or 5 digits to the end of all scanned UPC-A data. Def aul[...]

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    6 - 17 UPC-E0 <Default All UPC-E Settings> UPC-E0 Most U .P .C . barcodes lead with the 0 numb[...]

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    6 - 18 UPC-E0 Chec k Digit Check Digit specifies whether the chec k digit should be transmitted at t[...]

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    6 - 19 EAN/J A N-13 <Default All EAN/JAN Settings> EAN/J A N-13 EAN/JA N-13 Chec k Digit This [...]

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    6 - 20 EAN/JA N-13 Addenda Required When the addenda is Required , the document reader will only rea[...]

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    6 - 21 EAN/J A N-8 <Default All EAN/JAN-8 Settings> EAN/J A N-8 EAN/JAN-8 Chec k Digit This se[...]

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    6 - 22 EAN/JA N-8 Addenda Required When the addenda is Required , the document reader will only re a[...]

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    6 - 23 When Check Character is set to V alidate , b ut Don’t T ransmit , the unit will only read M[...]

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    6 - 24 GS1 DataBar < Default All GS1 DataBar Settings > GS1 DataBar GS1 DataBar Limited < D[...]

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    6 - 25 Default = 74. P osiCode <Default All PosiCode Settings> P osiCode A and B Y ou hav e to[...]

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    6 - 26 T r ioptic Code is used f or labeling magnetic storage media. Codabloc k F <Default All Co[...]

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    6 - 27 Code 16K <Default All Code 16K Settings> Code 16K Code 16K Message Length Scan the barc[...]

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    6 - 28 Code 49 <Default All Code 49 Settings> Code 49 Code 49 Message Length Scan the barcodes[...]

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    6 - 29 PDF417 < Default All PDF417 Settings > PDF417 PDF417 Message Length Scan the barcodes b[...]

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    6 - 30 MicroPDF417 Messa g e Length Scan the barcodes below to chang e the message length. Refer to [...]

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    6 - 31 EAN•UCC Composite Code Message Length Scan the barcodes below to chang e the message length[...]

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    6 - 32 Intelligent Mail Barcode ID-tag (UPU 4-State) Po s t n e t P ostnet Chec k Digit This selecti[...]

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    6 - 33 Planet Code Planet Code Chec k Digit This selection allows y ou to specify whether the check [...]

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    6 - 34 A ustralian P ost A ustralian P ost Interpretation This option controls what inter pretation [...]

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    6 - 35 Japanese P ost China P ost <Default All China Post Settings> China P ost China P ost Me[...]

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    6 - 36 K orea P ost <Default All Korea Post Settings> K orea P ost K orea P ost Message Length[...]

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    6 - 37 QR Code Message Length Scan the barcodes below to chang e the message length. Refer to Messag[...]

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    6 - 38 MaxiCode MaxiCode Message Length Scan the barcodes below to chang e the message length. Refer[...]

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    6 - 39 Aztec Runes Select Enable Runes if you are scanning Aztec runes, which ar e the smallest type[...]

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    6 - 40[...]

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    7 - 1 7 OCR Pr ogramming Use this section to program the Imager f or optical character recognition ([...]

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    7 - 2 U .S. Currency Font U .S. Currency On allows y ou to scan characters in the font used on U .S [...]

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    7 - 3 Creating an OCR T emplate A single template allows y ou to program the imager to read any comb[...]

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    7 - 4 Example: You need to read three variable digits, three specific characters (ABC), followed by [...]

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    7 - 5 OCR User -Defined V ariables Y ou can create up to two of your o wn user variables f or an OCR[...]

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    7 - 6 To read both lines of OCR at one time, use the variable r to indicate the start of a new row. [...]

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    7 - 7 OCR Modulo 36 Chec k Character Scan this symbol to program the OCR template f or a simple modu[...]

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    7 - 8 After you enter all the desired hex values, scan the Save barcode on the inside back cover of [...]

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    7 - 9 Then scan the string below: 0128454 The reader performs the check character computation below:[...]

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    7 - 10 5. Finally, set up the ISBN check digit, which is a special position-weighted modulo 11 check[...]

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    8 - 1 8 Interface K eys Ke yboard Function Relationships The f ollowing K eyboard Function Code , He[...]

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    8 - 2 Suppor ted Interface K eys France ^ 8 $ 6 = Denmark 8 9 6 - Germany à + 6 - Norway 8 9 6 [...]

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    9 - 1 9 Utilities T o Add a T est Code I.D . Prefix to All Symbologies This selection allows y ou to[...]

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    9 - 2 Show Data Format Scan the barcode below to sho w current data format settings. Resetting the S[...]

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    9 - 3 or by scanning the f ollowing barcode: Note: The PQA report is sent out as a second data /beep[...]

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    9 - 4 Imaging Imaging provides all the image-related functions that a 2D Document Reader can perf or[...]

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    10 - 1 10 Serial Pr ogramming Commands The serial programming commands can be used in plac e of the [...]

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    10 - 2 Tag Field Usage When a quer y is used in place of a T ag field, the quer y applies to the ent[...]

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    10 - 3 Example #3: What is the device’s current setting for Codabar Coding Enable? Enter: cbrena?.[...]

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    10 - 4 Menu Commands Note: Not all menu commands apply to all document reader models. Selection Sett[...]

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    10 - 5 K eyboard Style *Regular KBDSTY0 2-3 Caps Lock KBDSTY1 2-3 Shift Lock KBDSTY2 2-3 A utomatic [...]

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    10 - 6 Beeper Duration - Good Read *Normal Beep BEPBIP0 3-2 Shor t Beep BEPBIP1 3-2 LED - Good Read [...]

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    10 - 7 Centering Window Centering On DECWIN1 3-8 *Centering Off DECWIN0 3-8 Left of Centering Window[...]

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    10 - 8 Prefix/Suffix Selections Add CR Suffix to All Symbologies VSUFCR 4-3 Prefix Add Prefix PREBK2[...]

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    10 - 9 Codabar Concatenation *Off CBRCCT0 6-3 On CBRCCT1 6-3 Require CBRCCT2 6-3 Codabar Message Len[...]

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    10 - 10 Code 93 Message Length Minimum (0 - 80) *0 C93MIN## 6-8 Maximum (0 - 80) *80 C93MAX## 6-8 Co[...]

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    10 - 11 Te l e p e n * O f f TELENA0 6-14 On TELENA1 6-14 T elepen Output *AIM T elepen Output TELOL[...]

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    10 - 12 UPC-E0 Addenda 2 Digit Addenda On UPEAD21 6-18 *2 Digit Addenda Off UPEAD20 6-18 5 Digit Add[...]

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    10 - 13 MSI Check Char acter *V alidate T ype 10, but Don’t T ransmit MSICHK0 6-23 V alidate T ype[...]

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    10 - 14 Code 16K *Off 16KENA0 6-27 On 16KENA1 6-27 Code 16K Msg. Length Minimum (0 - 160) *1 16KMIN#[...]

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    10 - 15 Planet Code Check Digit T ransmit PLNCKX1 6-33 *Don’t T ransmit PLNCKX0 6-33 British P ost[...]

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    10 - 16 Aztec Code Default All Aztec Code Settings AZTDFT 6-38 Aztec Code *On AZTENA1 6-38 Off AZTEN[...]

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    11 - 1 11 Pr oduct Specifications P arameter Specification Dimensions (T ypical): Height (e xcluding[...]

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    11 - 2 Agency Compliance General: CB Scheme: IEC60950-1 I.T .E. LED Saf ety: Class 1 IEC 60825-1 Las[...]

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    11 - 3 Standar d Cable Pinouts Serial Output USB 10 Pin Modular Plug connects to the document reader[...]

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    11 - 4[...]

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    12 - 1 12 Maintenance Repairs Repairs and/or upgrades are not to be perf ormed on this product. Thes[...]

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    12 - 2 T o Replace the Interface Cable: 1. Turn the power to the host system OFF. 2. Disconnect the [...]

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    12 - 3 Reprogram the document reader with the correct Pl ug and Play or Terminal selection barcode. [...]

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    12 - 4[...]

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    13 - 1 13 Customer Suppor t T echnical Assistance If you need assistance installing or troub leshoot[...]

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    13 - 2 North America Telephone: (800) 782-4263 Fax: (803) 835-8012 E-mail: naservice@honeywell.com L[...]

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    13 - 3 This warr anty shall extend from the time of shipment f or the duration published b y HII for[...]

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    13 - 4[...]

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    A - 1 A Appendix A Symbology Char t Symbology AIM ID P ossible AIM ID Modifiers ( m ) Code ID (hex) [...]

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    A - 2 * Only available by special order. Note: “m” represents the AIM modifier character. Refer [...]

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    A - 3 ASCII Con version Chart (Code P age 1252 ) Note: This table applies to U.S. style keyboards. C[...]

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    A - 4 Code P age Mapping of Printed Barcodes Code pages define the mapping of character codes to cha[...]

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    Sample Symbols UPC-A 0 123456 7890 Interleaved 2 of 5 Code 128 EAN-13 Code 39 Codabar 1234567890 Cod[...]

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    Sample Symbols ID-tag (UPU 4-State) J18CUSA8E6N062315014880T PDF417 Postnet Code 49 Car Registration[...]

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    OCR Pr ogramming Char t a e d g c h t l r[...]

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    OCR Pr ogramming Char t T D A O Save Discard[...]

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    Pr ogramming Char t A C B F E D 1 0 2[...]

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    Pr ogramming Char t Note: If you make an error while scanning the letters or digits (before scanning[...]

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