Honeywell MK2430 Stratos manual

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    MS24 20 / MS2430 Bar Code Scann er / Diva Scale Installation and User’s Guide[...]

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    Disclaimer Honeywell International Inc. (“HII”) reserves the right to make changes in specificat[...]

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    iii T able of Conte nts Introduction Manual Scope ..................................................[...]

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    iv Scanner Operation Scan Zone .....................................................................[...]

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    1 Introdu ction Manual Scope This guide provides information on the installation, setup , and operat[...]

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    2 Base Kit Components Part # Description MS2 4x0- 105 Kz Scanner/Diva Scale x 2 MS2420 ; 399 mm (15.[...]

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    3 Optional Accesso ries Part # Description AC to DC Power Transformer - Regulated Output: +5V @ 4 A [...]

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    4 Optional Accesso ries Part # Description 46 - 00375 Remote Single Line Scale Display (lb.) (See Fi[...]

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    5 Replacement P arts Part # Description Caution Window types (Diamonex and Sapphire) are not interch[...]

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    6 General Precautio ns T he following are some general precautions to remember when handling your MS[...]

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    7 Design Sp ecificati ons Operational Light Source: VLD 650 nm Peak Laser Power: < 1.5 mW Horizon[...]

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    8 Electrical Voltage Supply: 4 A @ +5V / 1.5A @ +12V Power: Operating: 11.9 Watts Standby: 3.25 Watt[...]

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    9 Base Model Char acteristi cs MS2 42 0 /MS2430 Scanner / Mettler - Toledo DIVA Scale Components * F[...]

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    10 MS2 4 20/MS2430 Scanner / Mettler - Toledo DIVA Scale Component s Item No. Description of Item in[...]

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    11 MS2 4 20/MS2430 Scanner / Mettler - Toledo DIVA Scale MS2420 Dimensions Figure 7 . MS2 4 20 Dimen[...]

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    12 MS2420/MS2430 Scan ner / M ettler - Toledo DIVA Scale Connector Pane l Figure 9 . MS2 4 20 /MS243[...]

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    13 MS2 4 20/MS2430 Scanner/Diva Scale Caution and Serial Number Labels Figure 10 . MS2 4 20 /MS2430 [...]

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    15 Installati on Quick Inst allation Outline The following is a quick preview of the steps required [...]

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    16 Site Requiremen ts Service Access When routing and installing the cable(s) and power supply, make[...]

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    17 Unpacking the U nit 1. Make sure the shipping box is topside up before opening. 2. Remove the acc[...]

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    18 Unpacking the U nit MS2 4 20/MS2430 Package Warni ng There is a protective film located on the to[...]

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    19 Installing the Unit in the Count er MS2 4 20 Mounting Diagram Figure 16 . MS2 4 20 Mount ing Diag[...]

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    20 MS24 3 0 Mounting Diagram (Two Point Support ) Figure 17 . MS2430 Mo unting Diagram , Two Point S[...]

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    21 MS24 3 0 Mounting Diagram (Three Point Support ) Figure 18 . MS2430 Mo unting Diagram , Three Poi[...]

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    22 Cable Installatio n (Interface S pecific) RS232 The following steps describe how to properly inst[...]

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    23 Cable Installatio n (Interface S pecific) RS232 9. Turn on the host system. 10. Scan the Recall D[...]

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    24 Cable Installatio n (Interface S pecific) Full Speed USB The following steps describe how to prop[...]

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    25 Cable Installatio n (Interface S pecific) Full Speed USB 9. Turn on the host system. 10. Configur[...]

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    26 Cable Installatio n (Interface S pecific) Full Speed USB xx** Spec ifies inter national co nnecti[...]

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    27 Cable Installatio n (Interface S pecific) RS485 The following steps describe how to properly inst[...]

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    28 Cable Installatio n (Interface S pecific) RS485 9. Turn on the host system. 10. Configure the sca[...]

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    29 Cable Installatio n ( Secondary Honeywell Scanner ) The following steps describe how to properly [...]

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    30 Cable Installatio n (Secondary Honeywell Scanner) † See Aux power notes on page 29 See power so[...]

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    31 EAS Deactivation SW1 and SW2 are the switch banks inside the Check p oint Device that set the dea[...]

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    32[...]

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    33 S canner Op eration Scan Zone Figure 25 . Checker - Side (13 mil) Figure 26 . Horizont al Left/Ri[...]

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    34 Scan Zone Figure 27 . Hori zontal Dire ct (13 mil ) Figure 28 . Vertical Direct (13 mil ) Specifi[...]

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    35 Wake Activation Area (Photocell L ED Output) The MS2420 /MS2430 scanner’s default power save mo[...]

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    36 Wake Activation Area Sensitivity ( Photocell LE D Output Rang e) Changing the Wake Area Sensit iv[...]

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    37 Audible Indica tor s When in operation the MS2420/MS2430 provide s audible feedback that indicate[...]

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    38 Visual Indicator s Blue LED is located near the bottom corner of the vertical output window on th[...]

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    39 Failure Modes Flashing Blue and One Razzberry Tone This indicates that the scanner has experience[...]

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    40 Diagnostic Ind icator Disp lay There is a two - digit error code display located under horizontal[...]

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    41 Diagnostic Indicator Display Error Code Description 09 COPROCESSOR CO MMUNICATION E RROR – The [...]

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    42 Diagnostic Indicator Display Error Code Description 26 LASER #3 (LEFT HORIZONTAL) HIGH C URRENT W[...]

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    43 Power Save Mo des The MS2 4 20 /MS2430 has five configurable power save modes. Refer to the Metro[...]

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    44 Beeper Optio ns and Button Funct ions Changing the Beeper Tone Beeper tones may be configured inc[...]

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    45 Startup When the scanner first receives power, the blue LED will turn on and the scanner will bee[...]

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    47 Scale Opera ti on Scale Zeroing After the unit has been officially calibrated (see page 48 ) the [...]

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    48 Calibration The scanner/Diva scale must be calibrated if:  it is a first time installati on ?[...]

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    49 Priming the Scale for Calibr ation (lbs. or kg) Prime the scale before starting either method of [...]

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    50 Scale Calibration Procedure (lbs. or kg) with Remote Displ ay* 1. Temporarily remove the platter [...]

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    51 Scale Calibration Procedure (lbs. or kg) with Remote Display* 4. Reinstall the platter onto the s[...]

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    52 Scale Calibration Procedure (lbs. or kg) with Remote Display * 7. Go to Group 2 Step 6 (Calibrati[...]

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    53 Bar Code Calibration Procedur e without Remote Display* The following calibration procedure can b[...]

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    54 Bar Code Calibration Procedur e witho ut Remote Display* 3. Enter the scale program mode. Press t[...]

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    55 ³ 9 9 6 0 4 4 ³ 9 9 6 0 4 2 Bar Code Calibration Procedur e without Remote Display* Unit Calibr[...]

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    56 Bar Code Calibration Procedur e without Remote Display* 6. Make sure there is no load on the scal[...]

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    57 Bar Code Calibration Procedur e without Remote Display* 10. Calibratio n process is now complete.[...]

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    58 Calibration Verification U.S. Pounds (lbs.) The following tests verify if the scale's Calibr[...]

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    59 Calibration Verification Kilograms (kg) The following tests verify if the scale's Calibratio[...]

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    60 Security Seal In stallat ion Note: The certification of the weighing mechanism of the scale versi[...]

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    61 Wire Security Seal (Seal Conversion Ki t PN 46 - 00359)* 1. Temporarily remove the platter and pl[...]

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    62[...]

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    63 Maintenanc e Horizontal Sc an Window Repla cement * Figure 61 . Platter/ Hori zont al Scan Window[...]

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    64 Daily Main tenance Smudges and dirt on the unit’s window can interfere with the unit’s perfor[...]

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    65 T roublesho oting The following guide is for reference purposes only. Contact a customer service [...]

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    66 Symptom Possible Cause(s) Solution All Interfaces The unit scans a bar code, but locks up after t[...]

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    67 Symptom Possible Cause(s) Solution RS232 Only The unit powers up OK and scans OK but does not com[...]

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    68[...]

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    69 Scanner and Cable T erminati ons Scanner Pinout Connections The MS2420 /MS2430 scanner terminates[...]

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    70 Scanner Scale Pi nout Connecti ons There are four additional 10 - pin modular jacks located on th[...]

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    71 Cable Connect or Configurat ions RS232 Interface Cable , PN 57 - 57210x -N-3 Pin Function ** 9- P[...]

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    72 Cable Connect or Configurat ions Aux Port Configuration Cable*, PN 57 - 57008x -N-3 Pin Function*[...]

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    73 Regulator y C ompliance Safety ITE Equip ment IEC 60950 - 1, EN 60950 -1 Laser Laser Class 1: IEC[...]

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    74 EMC Emission s FCC Part 15, ICES - 003, CISPR 22, EN 55022 Immunit y CISPR 24, EN 55024 Note : Im[...]

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    75 Standard E uropeo Attenzione Questo e’ un prodotto di classe A. Se usato in vicinanza di reside[...]

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    77 Limited Warranty Honeywell International Inc. ("HII") warrants its products and optiona[...]

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    78[...]

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    79 Patents For patent information, please refer to www.honeywellaidc.com/patents.[...]

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    80[...]

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    81 Index A AC ............................................................ see power amber LED .....[...]

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    82 power save .................................................... 43, 4 4 protocols ...............[...]

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    83 C ustomer Sup port Technical Assi stance If you need assistance installing or troubleshooting you[...]

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    84 Product Service and Repair Honeywell International Inc. provides service for all its products thr[...]

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