Honeywell MS2320 manual

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    MS23 20 Stratos H ™ Scanner / Diva Scale Installation and User’s Guide[...]

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    Disclaimer Honeywell Int ernational I nc . (“HII”) r es erves the right t o make changes in s pe[...]

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    ii T ABLE OF C ONTENTS I NTRODUCTION Manual Scope ..................................................[...]

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    iii T ABLE OF C ONTENTS Cable Install ation (Seco nd ary Honeywel l S c anner) .....................[...]

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    iv T ABLE OF C ONTENTS T ROUBLESHOOTING Troubleshoot ing Symptom / S olution Chart .................[...]

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    1 I NTRODUCTION M ANUAL S COPE This guide prov ides informati on on the instal lation, setup an d op[...]

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    2 I NTRODUCTION B ASE K IT C OMPONENTS B AS E K IT C OMPONENTS Part # Description MS2 3 20 - xx K z [...]

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    3 I NTRODUCTION O PT I O N AL A CCE SSORIES Part # Description AC to DC Power Transformer - Regulate[...]

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    4 I NTRODUCTION R EPLACEMENT P ARTS R EPLACEMENT P ART S Part # Description Caution Window types ( D[...]

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    5 I NTRODUCTION G ENERAL P RECAUT IONS The follo wing list includes ge neral precaut ions to rem emb[...]

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    6 I NTRODUCTION MS23 20 S CANNER /D IVA S CALE D ESIGN S PECIFICATIONS Design Speci f ications Opera[...]

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    7 B ASE M ODEL C HARACTERI STICS MS2320 Scanner/ Diva Scale Components Figure 7. MS23 2 0 Components[...]

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    8 B ASE M ODEL C HARACTERI STICS MS2320 Scanner/ Diva Scale Dimensions Figure 8. MS2320 Dimensions C[...]

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    9 B ASE M ODEL C HARACTERI STICS MS232 0 Scanner/ Diva Sca le Caution and Serial Numb er Labels Figu[...]

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    10 I NSTALLA TION Q UICK I NSTALLATION O UTL INE The follo wing is a quick prev i ew of the steps re[...]

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    11 I NSTALLATIO N Q UICK I NSTALLATION O UTL INE P OWER I NSTALLAT ION The Power Suppl y (AC/DC) sho[...]

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    12 I NSTALLATIO N U NPACKING THE U NIT 1. Make sure the s hipping bo x i s top - side up before ope [...]

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    13 I NSTALLATIO N U NPACKING THE U NIT MS2320 Package Warning There is a protec tive film loc a ted [...]

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    14 I NSTALLATIO N I NSTALLING THE U NIT IN THE C OUNTER MS2320 Moun ting Diagram (T wo Point Support[...]

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    15 I NSTALLATIO N I NSTAL LING THE U NIT IN THE C OUNT ER MS2320 Mounting Diagr am (Three Point Supp[...]

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    16 I NSTALLATIO N C ABLE I NSTALLATION (I NTERFACE S PECIFIC ) RS232 The follo wing steps describe h[...]

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    17 I NSTALLATIO N C ABLE I NSTALLATION (I NTE RF ACE S PECIFIC ) RS232 9. Turn on the ho st system. [...]

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    18 I NSTALLATIO N C ABLE I NSTALLATION (I NTERFACE S PECIFIC ) F ULL S PEED USB The follo wing steps[...]

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    19 I NSTALLATIO N C ABLE I NSTALLATION (I NTERFACE S PECIF IC ) F ULL S PEED USB 9. Turn on the ho s[...]

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    20 I NSTALLATIO N C ABLE I NSTALLATION (I NTERFACE S PECIFIC ) xxx * Specifies international connec [...]

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    21 I NSTALLATIO N C ABLE I NSTALLATION (I NTE R FACE S PECIFIC ) RS485 The follo wing steps describe[...]

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    22 I NSTALLATIO N C ABLE I NSTALLATION (I NTERFACE S PECIFIC ) RS485 9. Turn on the ho st system. 10[...]

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    23 I NSTALLATIO N C ABLE I NSTALLATION (S ECONDARY H ONEYWELL S CANNER ) The follo wing steps descri[...]

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    24 I NSTALLATIO N C ABLE I NSTALLATION (S ECON DARY H ONEYWELL S CANNER ) † See Aux power notes on[...]

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    25 I NSTALLATIO N EAS D EACTIVATION SW1 and SW2 ar e t he switch banks i nside the Chec k point d ev[...]

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    26 S CANNER O PERAT ION S CAN Z ONE Figure 26. Checker-Side (13 mil) Figure 27. Horizontal Left/Righ[...]

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    27 S CANNER O PERATION S CAN Z ONE Figure 28. Horizontal Direct (13 mi l) Figure 29. Vertical Direct[...]

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    28 S CANNER O PERATION IR A CTIVATION A REA (IR LED O UT PUT ) The Strat os H ’s default po wer sa[...]

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    29 Figure 31. LEDs S CANNER O PERATION I NDICATOR D ES CRIPT IONS Audible When in operat ion the Str[...]

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    30 S CANNER O PERATION I NDICATOR D E SCRIPT IONS Visual Steady Whit e and Blue After a succes s f u[...]

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    31 S CANNER O PERATION I NDICATOR D ESCRIPT IONS Diagnosti c I ndicator Disp l ay There is a t wo - [...]

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    32 S CANNER O PERATION I NDICATOR D ESCRIPT IONS Diagnosti c I ndicator Disp l ay E RROR C ODE D ESC[...]

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    33 S CANNER O PERATION P OWER S AVE M ODES The Strat os H has five config urable po wer s av e modes[...]

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    34 S CANNER O PERATION B EEPER O PTIONS AND B UTTO N F UNCTIONS Changing the Beeper Tone Beeper tone[...]

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    35 S CANNER O PERATION S TARTU P When the scan ner first receives po wer the white LE D will flash, [...]

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    36 S CALE O PERATION S CALE Z EROING After the unit h as been officia lly calibr ated ( see page 37 [...]

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    37 S CALE O PERATION C ALIBRATION The scanner/s c ale must be calibr ated if: • it is a first time[...]

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    38 S CALE O PERATION C ALIBRATION Priming the Scale for Calibration Prime the scal e bef ore startin[...]

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    39 S CALE O PERATION C ALIBRATION Scale Calibrat ion Proced ure (lbs. or kg ) w ith Remote Display *[...]

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    40 S CALE O PERATION C ALIBRATION Scale Calibrat ion Proced ure (lbs. or kg ) w ith Remote Display *[...]

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    41 S CALE O PERATION C ALIBRATION Scale Calibrat ion Proced ure (lbs. or kg ) w ith Remote Displ ay [...]

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    42 S CALE O PERATION C ALIBRATION Bar Code Calibration Pr ocedure w ithout R emote Dis play * The fo[...]

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    43 ³ 9 9 6 0 4 2 S CALE O PERATION C ALIBRATION Bar C ode Calibrat ion Procedur e without Remote Di[...]

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    44 ³ 9 9 6 0 4 4 S CALE O PERATION C ALIBRATION Bar Code Calibration Pr ocedure w ithout R emote Di[...]

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    45 S CALE O PERATION C ALIBRATION Bar Code Calibration Pr ocedure w ithout R emote Dis play* 8. Plac[...]

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    46 S CALE O PERATION C ALIBRATION V ERIFICATION U.S. Pounds (lbs.) The follo wing tests verif y if t[...]

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    47 S CALE O PERATION C ALIBRATION V ERIFICATION Kilograms (kg ) The follo wing tests verif y if the [...]

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    48 S CALE O PERATION S ECURITY S EAL I NSTALLATION The certif i c at ion of the weighi ng m echanism[...]

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    49 S CALE O PERATION S ECURITY S EAL I NSTALLATION Wire Securit y Seal (Seal Con version Kit PN 46 -[...]

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    50 M AINTENANCE P LATTER / H ORIZONTAL S CAN W INDOW R EPLACEMENT Figure 61. Platter/Hori zontal Sca[...]

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    51 M AINTENANCE V ERTICAL S CAN W INDO W R EPLACEMENT ( PN 46 - 46889 ) Figure 62. Vertical Scan Wi [...]

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    52 T ROUBLESHOOTING The follo wing guide is for ref erence purposes only. Contact a c ustomer serv i[...]

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    53 T ROUBLESHOOTING Symptom Possible Cause(s) Soluti on All Interfaces Scanner beeps at some bar cod[...]

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    54 S CANNER AND C ABLE T ERMINATIONS S CANNER P INOUT C ONNECTIONS The Strat os H scanner termina te[...]

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    55 S CANNER AND C ABLE T ERMIN ATIONS S CANNER P INOUT C ONNECTIONS Figure 64. Scale Data (Dual Cabl[...]

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    56 S CANNER AND C ABLE T ERMINATIONS C ABLE C ONNECTOR C ONFIGURATIONS The follo wing cables are exa[...]

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    57 S CANNER AND C ABLE T ERMINATIONS C ABLE C ONNECTOR C ONFIGURATIONS Aux Port Confi guration Cabl [...]

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    58 R EGULATORY C OM PLIANCE S AFETY ITE Equipment IEC 60950 - 1 Secon d Edition EN 60950 -1 Secon d [...]

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    59 R EGULATORY C OM PLIANCE EMC Emissions FCC Part 15, I CE S - 003, CISPR 22, EN 55022 Immunity CIS[...]

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    60 R EGULATORY C OM PLIANCE EMC Changes or modif ications not expressly a ppr oved by the pa r ty re[...]

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    61 L IMITED W ARRANTY Honeywell Int ernat ional Inc. ("HI I ") warrants its produ cts and [...]

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    62 I NDEX A AC .............................................................................. see p [...]

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    63 I NDEX R razzberry tone .................................................................. 2 9, 3[...]

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    64 C USTOMER S UP PORT T ECHNICAL A SSISTANCE If you need assi s t ance install ing or troubles h oo[...]

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