Honeywell 7580 manual

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    Genes is 7580 Presentation Are a Imager User’s Guide[...]

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    Disclaimer Honeyw ell Internatio nal Inc. ( “HII”) r eserves th e right t o make change s in spe[...]

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    iii T able of Cont ent s Introducti on Product O verview ...........................................[...]

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    iv Troubleshooting Guide ......................................................................... 2[...]

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    1 Introduc tion Product Over view The MS 7580 Gen esis is a hi gh pe rform ance presentation ar ea -[...]

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    2 Base Kit Compone nts Part # Description MS7580 - 124 Genesis 7 580 Presentat ion Area Im ag er [...]

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    3 Part # Description The MS 7580 requires a cable desi gned for a 12VDC area imager . Do not atte mp[...]

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    4 MS7580 Com ponents Item Item Descr iption 1 Blue and W hite LED See Visu al In dicat ors ( on page[...]

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    5 Labels Each MS 7580 has a la bel locat ed near the to p of the output window . This label provides[...]

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    6 Cable Installation a nd Removal Installation 1. Insert the cable’s mod ular connector int o the [...]

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    7 Inter face Installation RS232 1. Turn off pow er to t he host device. 2. Plug the interf ace c abl[...]

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    8 Keyboard Wedge 1. Turn off pow er to t he host device. 2. Plug the interf ace c able ’s modular [...]

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    9 RS485 1. Turn off pow er to t he host device. 2. Plug the interf ace c able ’s modular connector[...]

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    10 USB 1. Turn off pow er to t he host device. 2. Plug the interf ace c able ’s modular connector [...]

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    11 • For informatio n on configurin g the MS7580 for U SB Serial Emula tion Mode or I BM OE M, ref[...]

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    13 Mount ing the M S7580 Components of Ad apter Kit 46- 00911 Item Item Description Qt y. A Adapter [...]

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    14 Installation of Adap ter Kit 46- 00911 1. Remove th e rubber f eet on the bottom of the M S7580. [...]

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    15 5. Use the locking plate as a guide to dr ill three #3 9 pilot holes (A) in the mounting sur face[...]

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    16 Installation of Wall Mount Kit 46- 00913 1. Drill tw o #39 pilot h oles in the mounting surfac e.[...]

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    17 Operat ion Modes of Operation The MS7580 suppor ts two standard mod es of operation for scanning [...]

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    18 3. Press the button one tim e to activ ate linear t argeting. 4. Align the linear target ing line[...]

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    19 Audible Indicators T he MS7580 pr ovides audible feedbac k during operatio n . The audibl e feedb[...]

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    20 Visual Indicators The imager ha s blue and w hit e L ED indicator s surroundi ng the butt on on t[...]

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    21 Failure Modes Long Razzberry Tone – During Power Up Failed to initia lize or configure the imag[...]

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    22 Field of View Figure 20 . Field of Vie w[...]

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    23 Depth of Field by Minimum Bar Code E lement Width Minim um Bar Code El ement W idth 1D PDF QR+ Da[...]

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    24 IR Activation Range The MS 7580 has a bui lt in obj ect detectio n sensor th at insta ntly turns [...]

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    25 Illumination Source Figure 23 . I llumination Source[...]

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    26 IR Source Figure 24 . I R Sourc e[...]

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    27 Targeting Source Figure 25 . T argeting Source[...]

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    29 T roubles hooting G uide The follow ing troub leshooting guide is for r eference purposes on ly. [...]

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    30 Symptom s Possib le Causes Solution The imager powers up, but does not beep when bar co de is sca[...]

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    31 Symptom s Possib le Causes Solution The imager beeps at some b ar code s and NOT for others of th[...]

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    32 Symptom s Possib le Causes Solution The imager scans but the data is not correct. The imager an d[...]

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    33 Design Specifi cation s Operational Light Sour ce: LED 645 nm ± 7.5 nm Pulse Durati on: Up to 60[...]

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    34 Mechanical Height (H) : 150 mm ( 5.91 ") W idth (W ) : 83 mm ( 3.27 ") Depth (D) : 80 m[...]

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    35 Applica tions and Protoc ols The model nu mber on each imager inc ludes the im ager num ber and f[...]

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    37 Config urat ion and U pgrade s Configuration Modes The MS 7580 has three modes of c onfigurat ion[...]

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    38 To upgrade the firmw are in th e M S7580: 1. Plug the imager into a serial c ommunicat ion port o[...]

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    39 MS7580 - 1 24 - EAS Model MS7580 - 124 -EA S models ar e equipped w ith an i ntegrated a ntenna f[...]

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    40 EAS System Conne ction The follow ing informat ion shou ld be used i n conjunct ion w ith the man[...]

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    41 Inside the C heckpoin t device, t wo sw itch banks set t he deacti vation anten na tuning. T he r[...]

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    42 Configuration for E AS Applications EAS support is disable d by default in the M S7580 - 124 -EAS[...]

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    43 3. Scan the desire d EAS tim eout lengt h (appli cable for reg ular m ode only). The EAS t imeout[...]

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    44 EAS Tag Deactivati on Range Antenna Precaution The integr ated EAS ant enna is buil t into th e s[...]

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    45 Figure 28 . Ex pected Tag Deactivation Area (Top View)[...]

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    46 Imager Pinouts– MS 7580 - 1 24 -EAS Figure 29 . MS7580 - 124 - EAS, 10 - Pin Female Modular Soc[...]

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    47 Cable Pinouts (Hos t End) ‡ RS232, 12V VLink Cable MX - 5S114 -E-3 Pin Functio n Figure 31 . 9-[...]

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    48[...]

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    49 Imager and Cable T erm inations Standard Imager Pi nouts ‡ Figure 34 . Back/Connec tor View of [...]

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    50 Standard Cable Pinouts ‡ (Host End) RS232 , 1 2V V Link C able 5S - 5S000 -3 Pin Functio n 9- P[...]

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    51 Keyboard W edge V L ink Cable 5S - 5S00 2-3 Pin Functio n 5- Pin DIN, Femal e 1 Keyboard Clock 2 [...]

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    52[...]

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    53 Limit ed W arranty Honeyw ell Internatio nal Inc. ( "HII") w arrants its products an d [...]

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    54 All provi sions of th is Limited W arranty are separat e and sev erable, w hich means that if any[...]

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    55 Regul atory Co mplian ce Safety ITE Equipm ent IEC 60950 -1: Se cond Edit ion , EN 60950 -1: Se c[...]

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    56 emittiere nder Diode nstrahl, se lbst w enn Sie glaube n, daß d er Scanner nicht akt iv ist. Öf[...]

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    57 This devic e complie s with part 15 of the FC C Rules . Operatio n is subje ct to the following t[...]

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    58 Changes or modificat ions not expressly approved by the par ty responsi ble for complianc e could[...]

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    59 Index A AC ................................ . 2, 7 – 11, 34 Access orie s .....................[...]

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    60 P Pass- Through .............................. 17 Pinouts ............................ 49, 50– [...]

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    61 Custo mer Support Technical As sistance If you ne ed assistanc e installi ng or tro ubleshooti ng[...]

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