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    MS24 20 / MS2430 Bar C ode Sc anner / Div a Scal e Installation and User’s Guide[...]

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    Disclaimer Honeywell International Inc. (“HII”) reserves the right to make changes in s pecifications and other information contained in this document without prior notice, a nd the reader should i n all cases consult HI I to determine whether any such changes have been made. The in formation in this publication does not rep resent a commitment[...]

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    iii T able of Contents Introduction Manual Scope .............................................................................................................................................. 1 Product Overview ........................................................................................................................................ 1 [...]

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    iv Scanner Operation Scan Zone ................................................................................................................................................. 33 W ake Ac tivation Area (Photocell LED Output) ........................................................................................... 35 Changing the W ake Are a Sens[...]

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    1 Introduction Manual S cope This gui de provides information on the installation, setup , and operation of Honeywell’s MS2 4 20 and MS2430 scanner/ Diva scale unit. It is designed to be used in conjunction with M et roSelect ™ Product manuals are also avai lable for download in Adobe Configuration Guide ( PN 00 - 02407x) and the MS2x20 Stratos[...]

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    2 Base Ki t Components Part # Desc riptio n MS2 4x0- 105 Kz Scanner/Diva Scale x 2 MS2420 ; 399 mm (15.7") 3 MS2430 ; 508 mm ( 20 .0 " ) z D Diamonex Horizontal W indow S Sapphir e Hor izontal W in dow 00 - 02407* MetroSelect Configuration Guide 00 - 02 272* MS2 x 20 Stratos S eri es Scanner/Diva Scale Configuration Addendum 00 - 05310 * [...]

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    3 Optional Accessories Part # Desc riptio n AC to DC Power Transformer - Regulated Outpu t: +5 .2V @ 4A +12V @ 1. 5 A 70 - 74868 120V United States and Canada 70 - 7488 2 220V – 240V Continental European 70 - 7488 0 220V – 240V United Kingdom 70 - 74884 220V – 240V China 70 - 74886 220V – 240V Australia 70 - 74888 220V – 240V India[...]

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    4 Optional Accessories Part # Desc riptio n 46 - 00375 Remote Single Line Scal e Display (lb.) (See Figure 1 ) 46 - 00376 Remote Single Line Scal e Display (kg.) Dual Interval (See Figure 1 ) 46 - 01075 Remote Single Line Scal e Display (kg.) Single Interval (See Figure 1 ) Other Four Line Scale Display currency lens overlay stickers are available.[...]

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    5 Replacement Parts Part # Desc riptio n Caution W indow types (Diamonex and Sapphi re) are not interchangeable due to laser safety and/or scanner performance differences. To change window type, the scanner must be returned to the m anuf act ur er f or reconfiguration. 46 - 00296 Diamonex Pl atter – Full Size with Product Weight Roll Bar / Platte[...]

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    6 General Precautions T he following are some general pr ecautions to remember when handling y our MS242 0 /MS2430 s eries scanner. Do not t ur n the unit u pside down with the platter i n place. Do not p ress on t he win d ow in the replacement platter or the vertical window frame. Pl at ter Rem ova l No hardware or tools are re quired to remove t[...]

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    7 Design Specifications Opera tional Light Source: VLD 650 nm Peak Laser Power: < 1.5 mW Embedded Laser: Max Optical Power: 10 m W W avel ength: 650 nm Horizontal Depth of Field: 0 mm – 100 mm (0" - 4" ) for 0.33 mm (13 mil) Bar Code Vertical Depth of Field: 0 mm - 216 mm ( 0"- 8.5 " ) f or 0 .33 mm (13 mil) B ar C ode Scan[...]

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    8 Electrical Voltage Supply: 4 A @ +5 V / 1 . 5 A @ +12V Power: Operating: 11.9 W atts Standby: 3.25 W atts Current: Operating: 1.7A @ 5.2V / 0.2A @ 1 2V Standby: 0.6A @ 5.2V / 0.07A @ 12V DC T rans forme rs: Class I; 5. 2VDC @ 4 A; 12VDC @ 1.5 A For Regulatory Compliance Information, refer to pages 73 - 75 . Scale Capacities Capacity: kg unit 6.0 [...]

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    9 Base M odel Charact eristi cs MS2 42 0 /MS2430 Scanner / Mettl er - Toledo DIVA Scal e Components * Figure 6. C ompone nts * * MS2420 s hown[...]

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    10 MS2 4 20/MS2430 Scanner / Mettl er - Toledo DIVA Scale Components It em No. Description of Item in Figure 7 1 Scale Zero Button (see page 47 ) 2 Amber LED, Scale Zero Indicator (see page 47 ) 3 Vol ume/Tone Multi - Function Button (see page 44 ) 4 Blue LED Indicators (see page 38 ) 5 Photocell W indow 6 Speaker 7 Finger Recesses for Lifting (Loc[...]

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    11 MS2 4 20/MS2430 Scanner / Mettl er - Toledo DIVA Scal e MS2420 Dimensions Figure 7 . MS2 4 20 Di mensi ons MS2430 Di mensions Figure 8 . MS2430 Dimens ions Specifications are subject to change without notice.[...]

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    12 MS2420/MS2430 Scanner / Mettler - Toledo DIVA Scal e Connector Pane l Figure 9 . MS2 4 20/ MS2430 Conn ector P anel[...]

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    13 MS2 4 20/MS2430 Scanner/ Di va S cal e Caution and Ser ial Number Labels Figure 10 . MS 2 4 20 /MS243 0 Label Loc ations (Top) an d Exampl es (Bot tom) Caution: To maintain compliance wi th applicable standards, all circuits connected to the i mager must meet the requirements for SELV ( S af ety E xtr a L ow V oltage) according to EN/IEC 60950 -[...]

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    15 Installat ion Quick Inst alla tio n Ou tline The following is a quick preview of the steps required for f irst time installations. Each item is discu ssed in detail later in this section.  Determine clearance, ventilation and service access requiremen ts.  Determine checkout counter layout taking into account package flow, cable rou ting ,[...]

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    16 Site Requi rements Service A ccess W hen routing and installing the cable(s) and power supply, make sure you leav e access that these compon ents may be swapped easil y without the need to re move the unit from the chec kout counter. W hen c ha ng ing th e St rat os S W AP optics engine modules, removing the unit completely from the checkout cou[...]

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    17 Unpacki ng the Unit 1. Make sure the shipping box is topside up before opening. 2. Remove the accessories box and chec k the box’s content for the following items.  Product Manuals  Power Supply  Communication Cables  Remote Scale Display (Optional) 3. Carefully remove the platter and s tore it in a safe l ocation until the unit is[...]

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    18 Unpacki ng the Unit MS2 4 20 /MS2430 Pac kage War ning There is a protective film located on the topside platter surface, v ertical scan windows outer surface, and the horizontal scan windows top surface. Th es e pr ot ect ive film s must be removed prior to performin g any scanner operation (see Figure 14 ). Both f oam w edges securing the scal[...]

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    19 Insta lling the Uni t in the Counter MS2 4 20 M ounting Diagram Figure 16 . MS2 4 20 Mounti ng Diagra m Specifications are subject to change without notice.[...]

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    20 MS24 3 0 Mounting Dia gram (Two Point Support) Figure 17 . MS 2430 Moun ting Diagra m , Two P oint Sup port Specifications are subject to change without notice.[...]

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    21 MS24 3 0 Mounting Dia gram (Three Point Support) Figure 18 . MS243 0 Mounting Diagr am, Three Poi nt Support Specifications are subject to change without notice.[...]

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    22 Cable Installation (Interface Specific) RS232 The following st eps de scribe how to properly install the cables for an RS232 application . T he scanner/ Diva scale must then be configured to match the host’s RS232 parame ters. Cable installation alone do es not guarantee that t he scanner will communicate properly with the host system. Note: C[...]

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    23 Cable Installation (Interface Specific) RS232 9. Turn on the host syste m. 10. Scan the Recall Default s bar code. Note: The Recall Defaults bar code is located in the MetroSelect Configuration Gu ide, under Need to Start Over ( PN 00 - 02407x). 11. Configure the scanner to match the host system ’ s RS232 para meters . Note: Refer to t he Metr[...]

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    24 Cable Installation (Interface Specific) Full Speed USB The following steps describe how to properly install the cables for a Full Speed USB appli cation. The scanner/Diva scale must then be configured to match the ho st’s USB parameters. Cable installation alone does not guar antee that the scanner will communicate properly with the host syste[...]

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    25 Cable Installation (Interface Specific) Full Speed USB 9. Turn on the host syste m. 10. Configure the scanner to match the host system’s USB para meters. For Single Cable Applications: The IBM OEM Full Spee d USB English and M etric bar codes are located in the MS2x20 Stratos Series Scanner/Diva Scale Configuration Addendum ( PN 00 - 02272x) u[...]

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    26 Cable Instal lation (Interface Specific) Full Speed USB xx** Specifies i nternat ional co nnect ion. See t he Base K it Compo nents an d Optio nal Ac cessorie s section o f this guide for a complete listi ng. See power so urce ca ution statement on page 13 of t his man ual. Figure 20 . USB Ca ble Insta llation Sc hem atic[...]

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    27 Cable Installation (Interface Specific) RS485 The following steps describe how to p roperly install the cables for a RS485 application. The scanner/Diva scale must then be conf igured to match the host’s RS485 parameters. Cable i nstallation alone does not guarantee that t he scanner will communicate properly with the host syst em. Note: Confi[...]

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    28 Cable Installation (Interface Specific) RS485 9. Turn on the host syste m. 10. Configure the scanner to match the host system’s RS485 parameters . For Single Cable Applications: The IBM 3rd G eneration 46x x, English and Metric bar codes are loca ted in the MS2x20 St ratos Series Scanner/Diva Scale Configuration Addendum ( PN 00 - 02272x) und [...]

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    29 Cable Install ation ( Secondary Hone ywell Scanner ) The following steps describe how to properly install the cables betw een a secondary Honeyw ell scanner and the MS2420/MS2430 . The M S2420/MS2430 and the secondary scanner must then be con figured to communicate properly. Cabl e installation alo ne does not guar antee that the MS2420/MS2430 w[...]

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    30 Cable Install ation (Se condary Honeyw ell Scanner) † See Aux power not e s on page 29 See power so urce ca ution statement on page 13 of t his man ual. Figure 22 . Sec ondary Scanner Cable Installati on Schem a tic[...]

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    31 EAS Deactivation S W 1 and S W 2 a re the swi tch banks inside the Check p oint Device that set the deactiv ation range. The following is a list of Ch eck p oint recommended switch ban k set t ing s. Base Model Check p oint Recommended S witch Bank Settings MS2420 S W 1 & S W 2 switches 1 and 6 set to ON MS2 430 S W 1 & S W2 switches 1 a[...]

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    33 Scanner Op eration Sc an Zone Figure 25 . Chec ker - S ide (1 3 mil) Figure 26 . Horizo ntal Le ft/Right (13 mi l) Specifi cations are subject to change without no tice. Typical scan zones shown.[...]

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    34 Scan Zone Figure 27 . Horizo ntal Dir ect (13 m il) Figure 28 . Vertic al Direct ( 13 mil) Specifications are subject to change without notice. Typical scan zones shown.[...]

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    35 Wake Act ivation Are a (Photocel l LED Output) The MS2420 /MS2430 scanner’s default pow er save mode † 43 is Dual Action Power Save M ode #2 (see page ) . This power save mode t urns the laser OFF after a con figured period of non - use then turns the motor OFF after thirty - minute interval s. Any movement detected by the photocell in the a[...]

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    36 Wake Act ivation Are a Sensitivi ty (Photocel l LED Output Range) Chang ing th e Wake A rea Sen sitiv ity Lev el ( Photo cell LED R an ge Ad just) The MS2400 Series bar code scanne r wake area sensitivity l evel can be set to the end user s preference by scanning one of the Phot ocell Sensitivity adjustment bar codes below . ³ 2 2 1 2 0 0 ³ 2 [...]

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    37 Audible Indicat or s W hen in operation th e MS2420/MS2430 provide s audible feedback that indicates the status of the unit and the current scan . Eight se tti ngs are available for the tone of the beep (normal, six alternate tones and no tone) plus thr ee volume settings. To change the tone or volume, ref er to the Changing the Beepe r Tone &am[...]

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    38 Visua l Indicat or s Blue LED is located near the bottom co rner of the vertical output window on the MS2420/ MS2430 . W h en the sca nner is ON, the flashing or constant, illumination of the LED indic ates the st atus of the MS2420/MS2430 and the current scan. There is an additional amber LED next to the s cale zero symbol on all M S2420/MS2430[...]

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    39 Fail ure Modes Flashi ng Blue and On e R azz berry Tone This indicates that the scanner has ex perienced a laser subsystem failur e. T he scanner will try up to th ree times to correct the failure condition. I f the laser subsystem continues to fail, that subsystem (horizontal or vertical) will be shut down and an er ror indication will be shown[...]

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    40 Diagnost ic I ndicator Displa y There is a t wo - dig it error code display located under horiz ontal output window near the to p of t he platter (see figure below) . Figure 31 . Error Co de Dis play The following is a list o f possible error codes and their meanin gs. Some e rrors will require immediate scanner maintenance. Error Code Descripti[...]

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    41 Diagnost ic I ndicator Displa y Error Code Description 09 COPROCES SOR COMMUNICAT ION ER RO R – The main microprocessor is not communicating with the interface coprocessor. The inter face coprocessor may be in a fault condition with the host or just not able to respon d. This error may appear when the scanner is co nfigured for USB or RS485 in[...]

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    42 Diagnost ic Indicat o r Disp lay Error Code Description 26 LASER #3 (L EFT HORIZONT AL) HIGH CURRENT W ARNING – The laser in the v ertical scanning subsystem is drawing excessive current. This could be a w arning for a future total failure. Have the unit checked at an a uthorized service c enter when convenient. 27 LASER #1 ( VERTICAL ) UNDERC[...]

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    43 Power Save Modes Th e MS 2 4 20/ MS2430 has five configurable power save modes. Re fer to the M etroSelect Configuration Guide for additional information on Power Sav e Modes. 1. Blink Power Save M ode: Blinks the laser OF F and ON a fter a configured period o f non - us e. W hen the scanner recogniz es a bar code, it will exit th e Blink mo de.[...]

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    44 Beeper Options and Button Functions Changing the Beeper Tone Beeper tones may be configured incrementally using the following bar code. The new tone will be heard followed by a short pause. Two more new tones w ill be heard signifying the new setting has been stored in memory. The silent (no beep) tone is also selectable. ³ 999975 p Changing th[...]

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    45 Startup W hen the scanner first receives power, the blue LED will turn on and the scanner will beep once . The scanner is now ready to scan. Power- Up Test Mode W hen a MS2420/MS243 0 s canner is first pow ered up, it cycles through a number o f self - tests before starting normal operation. If there are any initial failures during this se quenc[...]

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    47 Scale Opera ti on Scal e Zeroing After the unit has been o fficially calibrated (see pa ge 48) t he scale can be re - zeroed by pressing the scale- zeroing button either on the unit or on the re mote display stand. W hen t he s ca le is at ze ro t h e amber LED will be illuminated. Figure 36 . The sc ale zero button o n scanner /sca le. Figure 3[...]

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    48 Cali bration Th e scanner/Diva scale must be calibrated if:  it is a fir st time insta llation  the scale cannot be re - z eroed  the calibration verification tests indicate errors  there is a change in the units of measure [i.e. from pounds (lbs.) to kilograms ( kg)]  if the scale load cell has been replaced  the calibration s[...]

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    49 Priming the Sca le for Calibration (lbs. or kg) Prime the scale before star t ing either method of calibration . Note: Calibra t e t he s canner/Diva scale after the unit is installed in the check out countertop. It is important to use the correct certified (lb. or kg.) field weight set when calibrating the sca le. 1. Check the platter to ensu r[...]

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    50 Scale Cal ibrat ion Pro cedu re (lbs . or kg ) wi th Remot e Displa y* 1. Temporarily remove the platter and place it in a s afe location. Note: It is the responsibility of the owner of the scale to confirm compliance with the relevant Weights and Measures statutes and regulations applicabl e in your area by checking with the appropriate governm[...]

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    51 Scale Cal ibrat ion Pro cedu re (lbs . or kg ) wi th Remot e Displa y* 4. Reinstall the platter onto the scanner/Diva scale . Figure 44 . Ins tall Platter 5. Go to Gr oup 1 Step 8 (Weight Unit) of the Servi ce Mode by pressing the Zero ( ) key several times unti l ‘Group 1 Step 8’ is displa yed on the Remote Scal e Display screen (see Fi gur[...]

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    52 Scale Cal ibrat ion Pro cedu re (lbs . or kg ) wi th Remot e Displa y * 7. Go to Gr oup 2 Ste p 6 (Calibration) of the Service Mode. Press the Tare ( ) key to advance to Group 2, then use the Zero ( ) key to advance to s tep 6 o f group 2. 8. Press the Tare ( ) key t o change the prompt to ‘YES’. 9. Press the Zero ( ) key t o accept. 10. The[...]

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    53 Bar Code Calibration Proce dure without Remote Display* The following calibration procedure can be used when the remote scale di splay is not present. The M ulti - Function Button (see page 44) i s used to advance to the next stage of cali bration and the LED disp lay notifies th e operator w hich ‘calibration stage’ is active. 1. Temporaril[...]

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    54 Bar Code Calibration Proce dure without Remote Display* 3. Enter the scale pro gram mode. Press the calibration button to en gage the scale calibration mode. If the system is a dual cable sy stem, disconnect the host to scale R S232 cable from the unit. Figure 47 . Enter ing the Scale Progr am Mode 4. Reinstall the platter onto the M S2420/MS243[...]

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    55 ³ 9 9 6 0 4 4 ³ 9 9 6 0 4 2 Bar Code Calibration Proce dure without Remote Display* Unit Calibration (Poun ds) For Kilogram weight units see ins tructions on page 55 . Figure 49 . Enteri ng Bar Co de Cali bration Mode (P ounds) Note: If a razz tone sounds, an error has occurred. Refer to Diagnostic Indica tor Display; Error Codes starting on p[...]

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    56 Bar Code Calibration Proce dure without Remote Display* 6. Make sure there is no l oad on the s cale platter. The bl ue LED will be use d to indicate the current step in the calibration process. 7. Calibrate a zero load. The blue LED w ill blink once periodically. W ait 8 to 10 seconds for scale s tability, and then press the M ulti - Function B[...]

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    57 Bar Code Calibration Proce dure without Remote Display* 10. Calibration process is now complete. The scanner w ill automatically restart, and beep one time, in approximately 12 seconds. 11. Verify the calibration was successful w ith the calibrated wei ght. If the scale display does not accurat ely show the calibrated load w eight correctly, res[...]

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    58 Cali bration Veri fication U.S. Pounds ( lbs.) The following tests verify if the scale's Calibra tion is accurate. For Kilogra ms see instructions starting on page 59 . Note: The following tests are based on a 2 - digi t accuracy setting for pounds . • Increasing Load Test • Shift Test • Decreasing Load T est • Return to Zero Test I[...]

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    59 Cali bration Veri fication Kilograms (k g) The following tests verify if the scale's Calibra tion is accurate. For US Pounds see instructions starting on page 58 . Note: The following tests are based on a 3 - digit accuracy setting for kilogr ams. • Increasing Load Test • Shift Test • Decreasing Load T est • Return to Zero Test Incr[...]

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    60 Security Seal Installation Note: The certification of the weighing mechanism of the scale ve rsion of this scanner is subject to federal, state and local Weights and Measures statutes and regulations and can o nly be performed by authorized government agencies and/or their duly registered agen ts. Each time the scale or weighing mechanism is cal[...]

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    61 Wire Se curity S eal ( Seal C onv ersion K it PN 46 - 00359) * 1. Temporarily remove the platter and place it in a s afe location. 2. Install the calibration button sealing cover and through - hole sealing screw . 3. Tighten the screw and ro ute the wire seal through the hol es in the plate an d screw. Figure 59 . Calibr ation Switc h/Button W i[...]

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    63 Main tenance Horiz ontal Scan Window Re placeme nt * Figure 61 . Platter/ Hori zo ntal Sca n W indow Rep laceme nt * See replacement parts on page 3 .[...]

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    64 Dail y Maintenanc e Smudges and dirt on the uni t’s window can interfere w ith the unit’s performance. I f the horizontal or vertical output windows require cleaning, use only a mild glass cleaner containing no ammonia. When cleaning the window, spray the cleaner on to a lint free, non - abrasiv e cleaning cloth then gently w ipe the window [...]

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    65 T roubleshoo ting The following guide is for re ference purposes only. Contact a customer serv ice representative to preserve the limited warran ty t er ms. Symptom Possible Cause(s) Solution All Interfaces No LEDs, beep , or m oto r spin. No power is being supplied to the scanner. Check the transformer, outlet and the pow er strip. Make sure th[...]

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    66 Symptom Possible Cause(s) Solution All Interfaces The unit scans a bar code, but locks up a fter the first scan (the bl ue LED stays on). The scanner is configured to support some form of host handshaking but is not receiving the signal. If the scanner is setup to suppor t ACK/NAK, RTS/C TS, XON /XOFF , o r D/E, verify that the host cable and ho[...]

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    67 S ymptom Possible Cause(s) Solution RS232 Only The unit powers up OK and scans OK but does not communicate properly to t he host. The com port at the host is not working or is not configured properly. Check to make sure that the baud rate and parity of the scanner and the communication port match and the program is looking for RS232 data. The ca[...]

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    69 Scanner an d Cabl e T erminations Scanner Pinout Connecti ons The MS2420 /MS2430 scanner terminates to 10 - pi n modular jacks located on the bottom of the unit. The serial number label indicates the model nu mber and interface o f the scanner. EAS DC Power Figure 62 . Connec tor Lay out Pin Function Pin Function 1 EAS I n 1 No Connect 2 EAS O u[...]

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    70 Scanner Scale Pinout Conne ctions There are four additional 10 - pin modular jacks located on the bot tom of the o f the MS2420 /MS2430 scanner models that may be used for an integrated scale appl ication and the use of a remote display. Note: Please keep in mind that every application is uniq ue. The use of these connections depends on the spec[...]

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    71 Cable Conne ctor Configur ati ons RS232 Interface Cable , PN 57 - 57210x -N-3 Pin Functi on ** 9- Pin D - Type Connector 1 No Connect 2 RS232 Transmit Out put 3 R S232 Receive Input 4 DTR Input 5 Power/Signal Ground 6 DSR Out put 7 CTS Input 8 RTS Output 9 No Connect Full Speed USB Cable , PN 57 - 57201x -N- 3 or PN 57 - 57227x -N-3 Pin Functi o[...]

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    72 Cable Connector Configur ati ons Aux Port Configuration Cable*, PN 57 - 57008x -N- 3 Pin Functi on** 9- Pin D - Type Connector 1 No Connect 2 O utput from Scanner 3 I nput to Scanner 4 No Connect 5 G round 6-9 No Connect RS232 LSO/AUX Cable PN 57 - 57099x -3 or P N 57 - 57099x -3-12 Pin Functi on† 10 - Position Modular Plug 1 Sig nal Ground 2 [...]

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    73 Regulatory Compliance Safety ITE Equipment IEC 60950 - 1 Second Edi tion EN 60950 - 1 Second Edit ion Laser Laser Class 1: I EC 60825 - 1: Second Edition 2007 , EN 60825 - 1: Second Edi tion 2007 Caution Use of controls or adjust ments or performance of procedures other than those specified herein ma y result in hazardous laser light exposure. U[...]

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    74 EMC Emissions FCC Part 15, ICES - 003, CISPR 22, EN 55022 Immunity CISPR 2 4, EN 55024 Note : Immunity performance is not guaranteed for scanner cables greater than 3 meters in len gth when fully extended. Changes or modifications not expressly approved by the party responsible for compliance could void the user’s authority to operate the equi[...]

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    75 A ttenzione Questo e’ un prodotto di classe A. Se usato in v icinanza di residenze private potrebbe causare inte rferenze radio che potrebbero richiedere all’utilizzatore opportune misure. A ttenti on Ce produit est de classe “A”. Dans un environne ment domestique, ce produit peut être la cause d’interférences radio. Dans ce cas l’[...]

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    77 Limited W arr anty Honeywell I nternational Inc. ("HII") warrants its products and optional acce ssories to be free from d efects in materials and workmanship and to conform to HII’s published specifications applicable to the produ cts purchased at the time of shipment. This warranty does not cov er any HII product w hich is (i) impr[...]

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    79 In dex A AC .......................................................... see power amber LED ........................................ see indicators application ........................................................... 40 audible ............................................... see indicators AUX ..................................................[...]

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    80 power ....................... 2, 7, 15, 16, 22 – 28, 65, 69, 70 caution statement ............................................. 13 power save .................................................... 43, 44 protocols .............................................................. 45 R razzberry tone ............................................... 37[...]

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    81 C ustomer S upport Technical Assistance If you need assistance installing or troubleshooting your device, please contact us by using one o f the methods below: Knowledge Base: www Our Knowledge Base prov ides thousands of immediate solutions. I f the Knowledge Base cannot h elp, our Technical Support Portal (see below ) pro[...]

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