Honeywell MS1890 Focus manual

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    MetroSelect ® Single-Line Scanner Configuration Guide[...]

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    Disclaimer Honeywell International In c. (“HII”) reserves the ri ght to make changes in specific[...]

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    iii T able of Contents Introduction Bar Code Configur ation Me thods ...............................[...]

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    iv Scanner Operation Configuration M ode Option s ..................................................[...]

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    v RS232 Parity Feat ures ...........................................................................[...]

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    vi MS9520 Voyager ® and MS9540 VoyagerCG ® Series Activation Ra nge ..............................[...]

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    1–1 Introduction Your new scanner has been factory configur ed with a set of default parameters. S[...]

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    1–2 Need To Start Over? Scan the Recall Defaults bar code to erase all previous settings an d retu[...]

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    2–1 Code T ypes and Decode Rules Bar code descriptions marked with an aster i sk ( * ) define a fe[...]

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    2–2 Code 128 ³ 1 00113 * Enable Code 128 ³ 1 00103 Disable Code 128 ³ 1 00314 Enable UCC/EAN-12[...]

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    2–3 ³ 1 00215 Enable PARAF (Italian Pharmaceutical Codes) Support – Code 39 bar codes are conve[...]

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    2–4 ³ 1 15413 Enable Alternate Code 39 R eference Comparison Check – assists with elements that[...]

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    2–5 ³ 1 00913 Alternative ITF first Bar Reference ³ 1 00903 * Normal ITF first Bar Reference ³ [...]

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    2–6 ³ 1 00316 Enable Hong Kong 2 of 5 ³ 1 00306 * Disable Hong Kong 2 of 5 ³ 1 15411 Enable Fol[...]

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    2–7 ³ 1 00003 * Disab le Code 11 ³ 1 08005 * Ch eck for 1 Code 11 Check Dig it ³ 1 08015 Check [...]

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    2–8 ³ 2 00734 Enable MSI Plessey MOD 10/10 Check Dig it – Test MSI Plessey bar codes for a 2 di[...]

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    2–9 ³ 9 01800 ~ Minimum Symbol Length – Single-line default is 3. Combine this code with the pr[...]

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    2–10 ³ 9 02200 ~ Code Length Lock #2 ³ 9 02300 ~ Code Type Lock #2 ³ 9 02400 ~ Code Length Lock[...]

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    3–1 Supplements ³ 1 01217 Enable Two Digit S upplements ³ 1 01207 * Disable Two Digit Suppleme n[...]

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    3–2 ³ 1 01417 Enable Bookland (978) Supp lement Required ³ 1 01407 * Disable Bookland (978) Supp[...]

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    3–3 ³ 1 01000 * En able 2 Digit Supplements w ith 37x, 43x, or UPC # System 5 ³ 1 01010 Disable [...]

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    3–4 ³ 1 01214 Enable Code ID’s with Supplements ³ 1 01204 * Disable Code ID’s with Supplemen[...]

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    3–5 ³ 1 01210 Disable Suppleme ntal when CodeGate Button is Pressed – Available for MS9540 scan[...]

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    3–6[...]

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    4–1 GS1 Databar Honeywell’s MS9520 Vo yager® and MS9540 Voyag erCG® scanners with software #14[...]

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    4–2 GS1 Databar Limited ³ 1 00414 Enable GS1 Databar Limited ³ 1 00404 * Disable GS1 Databa r Li[...]

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    5–1 ISBT Code 128 Implementation Configuration Mode ³ 1 38417 Enable ISBT Code 128 ³ 1 38407 Dis[...]

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    5–2 Concatenation Configuration Mode † The following bar codes are used to confi gure variable t[...]

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    5–3 ³ 4 38490 Donation Identifica tion Number + Donor Identification Number =á + &; Concaten[...]

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    5–4 The following example demo nstrates how to configure the User-Defined IS BT identifiers: Assum[...]

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    6–1 Communications ³ 4 15524 Enable Light Pen/Wa nd Communication – Use this option if scanner [...]

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    6–2[...]

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    7–1 Scanner Operation Configuration Mode Options ³ 1 18117 Allow Configuration Mode o n Power Up [...]

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    7–2 Redundant Scans ³ 3 01100 * 0 Redundant Scans – Requires 1 good decode for a good scan . ³[...]

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    7–3 Same Symbol Time Out s The length of time before a bar code can b e rescanned after it is remo[...]

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    7–4 Beeper Options ³ 3 18575 * Normal Tone ³ 3 18565 Optional Tone 1 ³ 3 18555 Optional Tone 2 [...]

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    7–5 ³ 1 18417 Beep on BEL Command – The scanner beeps when it receives a BEL character from the[...]

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    7–6 Data Transmission Delays Use these codes to select the amount of dela y between sending data c[...]

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    7–7 Communication Time O ut Options ³ 1 18412 Enable Communications Ti me Out ³ 1 18402 * Disabl[...]

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    7–8 Host Scanner Commands ³ 1 18015 Enable D/E Disable Command – The scanner will disable scann[...]

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    7–9 ³ 1 15916 Transmit Scanner ID byte w ith receipt of an “i” (69H) via RS232 – The ID byt[...]

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    7–10 ³ 1 41715 Use Protocol Prefix and Suffix for Bar Code Transmission ³ 1 41705 * No Protocol [...]

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    8–1 Prefixes/Suf fixes Scan the Enter Configuration Mode b ar co de before trying t o set these fe[...]

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    8–2 User Configurable ID Characters, Code Specific ³ 1 05507 * Use Configurable Code ID Bytes as [...]

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    8–3 ‡ Enter configuration mode then scan this bar c ode followed by the three code byte bar code[...]

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    8–4 Standard Prefix Characters ³ 1 16615 Enable STX Prefix – The scanner will transmit a Start [...]

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    8–5 ³ 1 07916 Enable SANYO ID Characters ³ 1 07906 * Disable SANYO ID Characters ³ 1 05512 Enab[...]

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    8–6 Standard Suffix Characters ³ 1 16613 * Enable CR Suffix – The scanner transmits a carriage [...]

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    8–7 Longitudinal Re dundancy Check A Longitudinal Redundanc y Check (LRC) is an error checking cha[...]

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    8–8 Character Replacements To replace a character: 1. Scan the enter/exit configuration mode bar c[...]

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    8–9 User Configurable Su ffixes, All Data Note: Scan the Enter/Exit Configuration mode code before[...]

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    8–10 Special Formats ³ 1 07914 Enable SINEKO Mode ³ 1 07904 * Disable SINEKO Mode ³ 1 16711 Ena[...]

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    9–1 Code Formatting UPC/EAN Formatting ³ 1 07517 * Transmit UPC-A Check Digit ³ 1 07507 Do Not T[...]

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    9–2 ³ 1 07513 Transmit Lead Zero on UP C-E – This option will transmit a zero before each UPC-E[...]

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    9–3 Codabar Formatting ³ 1 07717 Transmit Codabar Start/Stop Characters – Transmits Codabar’s[...]

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    9–4 Code 39 Formatting ³ 1 07715 Transmit Mod 43 Check Digi t on Code 39 – This feature works i[...]

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    9–5 Plessey ³ 1 07816 Transmit UK Plessey Check Digi t – The scanner will transmit UK Plessey C[...]

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    9–6[...]

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    10–1 RS232 ³ 4 15554 * Enable RS232 Mode – the scanner will work with RS232 +/-12V serial outpu[...]

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    10–2 ³ 4 15850 * 9600 BAUD Rate ³ 4 15840 4800 BAUD Rate ³ 4 15830 2400 BAUD Rate ³ 4 15820 12[...]

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    10–3 ³ 1 15815 * Character RTS/CTS – Activates/Deactivates RTS signal for each character . ³ 1[...]

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    10–4 ³ 1 15915 Enable RTS Counter To ggle – The scanner will toggle the RTS line on a go od dec[...]

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    10–5 ³ 1 15814 Enable 5 NAK Retries Allow up to 5 retransmissions of the data if a NAK is receive[...]

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    10–6[...]

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    11–1 Keyboard Enable Keyboard Emulation ³ 9 99994 Load Keyboard Wedge Defaults – Loads the defa[...]

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    11–2 ³ 4 16200 Belgium Keyboard ³ 4162100 Japan Keyboard ³ 4 16270 IBM 4700 Financial Keyboard [...]

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    11–3 ‘Dumb’ Terminal Selections Note: The following terminals may require custom cabl es. ³ 3[...]

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    11–4 Special Keyboard Features ³ 1 16311 Transmit Make Code Only – Not available on all models.[...]

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    11–5 ³ 1 16214 Enable Auto Detect Mode (A T/PS2) – Automatically detects caps lock status. ³ 1[...]

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    11–6 ³ 1 16302 Enable Right A lt Key Sequenc ing ³ 1 16312 Disable Right A lt Key Sequencing ³ [...]

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    11–7 Control Sets In general, standard bar code symbologies will only encode the ASCII character s[...]

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    11–8 ASCII (HEX) ASCII Control Extended Key 00H Null Numeric Keypad + (Plus) 01H SOH Num Lock 02H [...]

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    12–1 OCIA ³ 4 15544 Enable OCIA Mode – Select this option if communications r e q u i r e s O C[...]

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    12–2[...]

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    13–1 Light Pen Parameters ³ 4 15524 Enable Light Pen Mode – Select this option if the scanner w[...]

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    13–2 Set Narrow Element Width ³ 1 16912 10x Narrow Element Border – Allows the transmission of [...]

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    14–1 IBM ® 46xx Configuration IBM Port ³ 4 15504 Enable IBM 46xx Communic ation – For IBM 46xx[...]

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    14–2[...]

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    15–1 USB ³ 4155114 Enable USB Interface ♦ ³ 9 99978 Enable Low Speed USB Defaults ♦ ♦ This[...]

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    15–2 ³ 3 16470 Enable Uni-Directio nal USB Serial Emulation Mode –Suppor ted in Honeywell MS950[...]

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    16–1 Code Bytes Usage The scanner must be in Configuration Mode for the features requiring code by[...]

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    16–2 ³8 Code Byte 8 ³9 Code Byte 9 Reserved Codes ³ 9 99988 ~ Enable Reserved Code – Contact [...]

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    16–3 ASCII Reference Table HEX Value Decimal Value/ Code Byte Value Character Control Keyboard Eqv[...]

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    16–4 HEX Value Decimal Value/ Code Byte Value Character Control Keyboard Eqv 1D 029 GS ^ 1E 030 RS[...]

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    16–5 HEX Value Decimal Value/ Code Byte Value Character Control Keyboard Eqv 3C 060 < less than[...]

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    16–6 HEX Value Decimal Value/ Code Byte Value Character Control Keyboard Eqv 5A 090 Z 5B 091 [ shi[...]

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    16–7 HEX Value Decimal Value/ Code Byte Value Character Control Keyboard Eqv 79 121 y 7A 122 z 7B [...]

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    16–8 Key At S ca n Code PS2 Scan Code 3151 Prefix/Suffix Value Hex = Decimal F8 0AH 42H 3FH 97H = [...]

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    17–1 MS9520 V oyager ® and MS9540 V oyagerCG ® Series Activation Range Use these bar codes to se[...]

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    17–2 ³ 1 18713 * CodeGate Activ e Out of Stand ³ 1 18703 CodeGate Inactive Out of Stand Laser/Sc[...]

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    17–3 Same Symbol Time Outs If using an MS5145 Eclipse, the MS9524 or MS9544 VoyagerPDF, go to page[...]

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    17–4 MS9520-00 and MS9540-00 Laser Emulation Mode The MS9520-00 and MS9540 -00 leave the factor y [...]

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    18–1 MS9524 and MS9544 V oyagerPDF ® Series ³ 1 00010 * Enable PDF ³ 1 00000 Disable PDF ³ 1 1[...]

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    18–2 ³ 1 15017 Disable GS1 Databar 2D Linkag e ³ 1 15016 Enable UPC/EAN Linkage – Link UPC/EAN[...]

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    19–1 MS9535 V oyagerBT ® The MS9535 can act as a client to other devic es equipped with Bluetooth[...]

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    19–2 ³ 8195 120 Sleep in 2 Minutes – The scanner will go into sleep mode after the laser has be[...]

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    20–1 MS9535-5M V oyagerBT ³ 1 23910 Enable Inventory Mode – Bar code data that is scanned is st[...]

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    20–2 ³ 9 98049 Clear Inventory Records – Will clear all stored bar code data in memory. ³ 1 25[...]

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    20–3 Inventory Quanti ty Bar Codes** The following inventory q uantity bar codes will enable the u[...]

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    20–4[...]

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    21–1 IS4125 and IS4225 Scan Engines ³ 1 20315 Disable Old Serial Program ³ 1 20305 Enable Old Se[...]

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    21–2[...]

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    22–1 IS4823 and IS4825 Scan Engines Operating Modes Activation Modes ³ 4 18304 * Activate Sca nni[...]

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    22–2 Activation Mode Features ³ 9 19600 ~ Variable Laser-On Time Out – Scan this bar code with [...]

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    22–3 ³ 1 20313 Detect and Notify Mode (Monitor the External Trigger) – The external I/O pin use[...]

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    22–4[...]

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    23–1 Miscellaneous Features Custom Defaults Honeywell manufactures several scanners f or OEM appli[...]

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    23–2 Serial Program Mode For Serial Program Mode, all commands must be framed b y an STX (02 Hex) [...]

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    24–1 Cont act Information The Americas (TA) Om niplanar, Inc. Spain USA Tel: 856.374.5550 Tel: +34[...]

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    24–2 Chengdu Sales Office Japan Singap ore Tel: 0 2 8 - 6 6 1 3 5 0 6 6 / 8 6 7 8 6 3 4 8 Tel: 81-[...]

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