Honeywell MS2xxx manual

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Table of contents for the manual

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    MS2xx x Stratos ® Configuration Addendum Series[...]

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    Disclaimer Honeyw ell Internatio nal Inc . (“HI I”) reserve s the rig ht to ma ke change s in sp[...]

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    iii T able of Cont ents Important Not es Before Y ou Start .........................................[...]

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    iv Retali x / NCR ..................................................................................[...]

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    v EAS Bar Codes EAS Dev ice Types ..................................................................[...]

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    1 Import ant N ote s Before You Start It is import ant to r ead the t ext at the top of e ach pag e [...]

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    2[...]

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    3 Scale Pr ogram Mode The follow ing steps ar e only required for the scale conf igurati on bar co d[...]

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    4 Figure 3. StratosS Cali bration S eal and Switch Lo cation 5. Disconnect the sca le - to - hos t R[...]

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    5 7. If the sy stem is e quipped w ith a remote scale dis play, i t will r ead H - - -. 8. Use the v[...]

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    6[...]

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    7 Sc ale/Lo ad Cell Confi gura tion Bar Codes Single or Dual Cabl e Scale Configurati on Bar Codes U[...]

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    8 Pole Display Configuration The follow ing bar c odes can b e used to co nfigure a Single o r Dual [...]

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    9 Scale Settling Filter Configuration The follow ing bar c ode can be used to conf igure a Sin gle o[...]

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    10 Scale Settling Filter Configuration The follow ing bar c odes can b e used to co nfigure a Sin gl[...]

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    11 Scroll Weight Configur ation The follow ing bar c odes can b e used to co nfigure a Single o r Du[...]

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    12 Dual Cable Scale C onfiguration Bar Co des Price Computing Configuration The follow ing bar c ode[...]

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    13 Scale Protocols The follow ing bar c odes will c hange scal e paramete rs inte nd ed for a Dual C[...]

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    14 Scale Protocols The follow ing bar c odes will c hange scal e paramete rs inte nd ed for a Dual C[...]

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    15 Scale Protocols The follow ing bar c ode will ch ange scale p arameter s inten ded for a Dual Cab[...]

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    16 COM Port Settings (Baud Rate) The follow ing bar c odes will c hange scal e paramete rs inte nd e[...]

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    17 COM Port Settings (Baud Rate) The follow ing bar c odes will c hange scal e paramete rs inte nd e[...]

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    18 COM Port Settings (Data Bits & P arity) The following bar code s will ch ange sc ale para met[...]

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    19 COM Port Settings (Data Bits & P arity) The follow ing bar c odes will c hange scal e paramet[...]

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    20 COM P or t Set tin gs (Data Bits & Parit y) The follow ing bar c odes will c hange scal e par[...]

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    21 Single Cable Scale Configur ation Bar Codes Set Scale for Single Cable Communication The M S2xx 0[...]

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    23 Sca nner C onfigur ation B ar Code s Dual Cable Scanne r Configuration Bar Codes Dual Cable Scann[...]

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    24 Various Dual Cable Scanner Mode The follow ing bar c odes can b e used to co nfigure a Dual Cable[...]

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    25 IBM 3 rd G eneration 46xx and IBM OEM Full Speed U SB The follow ing bar c odes can b e used to c[...]

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    26 Single Cable Protoc ols for POS Compat ibility MSS Global The follow ing bar c odes can b e used [...]

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    27 ISS45 The follow ing bar c odes can b e used to co nfigure a Single C able MS2 xx0 . The followin[...]

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    28 OPOS The follow ing bar c odes can b e used to co nfigure a Single C able MS2 xx0 . The following[...]

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    29 Retalix/ NCR The follow ing bar c odes can b e use d to c on fi gu re a Single Cable MS2 xx0 . Th[...]

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    30 IT Ret a il The follow ing bar c odes can b e used t o confi gure a Single C able MS2 x x0. The f[...]

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    31 IBM Self Checkout Sys tem The follow ing bar c odes can b e used to co nfigure a Single C able MS[...]

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    32 Various RS232 Single Cable Codes The follow ing bar c odes can b e used to co nfigure a Single C [...]

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    33 IBM 3 rd G ener ation 46xx The follow ing bar c odes can b e used to co nfigure a Single C able M[...]

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    34 IBM OEM Full Speed USB The follow ing bar c odes can b e used to co nfigure a Single Cabl e MS 2 [...]

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    35 Additional POS Dat a Formatting Full Speed USB Table T op/Handheld The following cod es do not r [...]

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    36 Full Speed USB Table T op/Handheld The following cod es d o not re quir e tha t the M S2xx0 to be[...]

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    37 S pecial Function ACK The following cod es do not r equire that the M S2x x0 to be in scale pr og[...]

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    38 Prefi x/Su ffix The following cod es do not r equire that the M S2x x0 to be in scale pr ogram mo[...]

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    39 3x - 30 Acknowledge Responses The following cod es do not r equire that the M S2x x0 to be in sca[...]

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    40 Special Function Command Responses The following cod es do not r equire that the M S2x x0 to be i[...]

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    41 Special Function Command Responses The following cod es d o not re quire that the M S2xx0 t o be [...]

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    42 Special Function Command Responses The following cod es do not r equire that the M S2x x0 to be i[...]

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    43 Special Function Command Responses The following cod es d o not re quir e that the M S 2x x 0 to [...]

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    44 BCC in POS communications The following cod es d o not re quire that the M S2xx0 to be in sca le [...]

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    45 3 Scale Status Bytes The following c od es do not r equire that the M S2xx 0 to be in scale progr[...]

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    46 Scale Options The following cod es do not r equire that the M S2x x0 to be in scale pr ogram mode[...]

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    47 Remot e Displa y The following cod es d o not re quire that the M S2xx0 t o be in sca le progra m[...]

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    48 Strat osSTATS The following cod es do not r equire that the M S2x x0 to be in scale pr ogram mode[...]

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    49 Strat osSTATS The following cod es d o not re quire that the M S2xx0 t o be in sca le progra m mo[...]

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    50 Strat osSTATS The following cod es do not r equire that the M S2x x0 to be in scale pr ogram mode[...]

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    51 Additional POS Rel ated Functions Scanner Beep on Weight S ent The following cod es do not r equi[...]

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    52 Restr ic t I n - Store Codes The following cod es do not r equire that the M S2x x0 to be in scal[...]

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    53 Scale Shadow Mode The following cod es do not r equire that the M S2x x0 to be i n sca le progr a[...]

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    54 Scanner Razz on N ot -On- File The following cod es do not r equire that the M S2x x0 to be in sc[...]

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    55 Additional Scanner Configuration Bar Codes Horizontal Depth of Field The following cod es do not [...]

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    56 H orizontal Depth of Field The following cod es d o not re quire that the M S2xx0 t o be in sca l[...]

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    57 Vertical Depth of Field The following cod es d o not r e quire that t he M S2xx 0 to be in scale [...]

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    58 Vertical Depth of Field The following cod es do not re quire that the M S2x x0 to be in scale pr [...]

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    59 Auxiliary Port Strato sS CHOOL ™ The following cod es do not r equire that the M S2x x0 to be i[...]

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    60 Quick Start for a Secondary Honeywell Scanner The following cod es d o not re quire that the M S2[...]

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    61 Step 2 Configure th e seco ndary scan ner to mat ch the aux iliary port’s dat a format . Use th[...]

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    62 Quick Sta rt for a Secondary Honeywell Scanner Configurati on sequ ence conti nued from prev ious[...]

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    63 EAS Bar Codes EAS Device Types The following codes do not require that the MS2xx0 to be in scale [...]

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    64 EAS Device Types The following cod es do not r equire that the M S2x x0 to be in scale pr ogram m[...]

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    65 EAS Device Types The following cod es d o not re quire that the M S2xx0 t o be in sca le progra m[...]

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    66 EAS Timeout The following cod es d o not re quire that the M S2xx0 t o be in sca le progra m mode[...]

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    67 EAS Ti meout The following cod es do not r equire that the M S2x x0 to be in scale pr ogram mode.[...]

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    68 EAS Timeout The following cod es do not r equire that the M S2x x0 to be in scale pr ogram mode. [...]

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    69 EAS Timeout The following cod es d o not re quire that the M S2xx0 to be in sca le progra m mode.[...]

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    70 EAS Timeout The following cod es d o not re quire that the M S2xx0 to be in sca le progra m mode.[...]

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    71 EAS Connection The following cod es do not r equire that the M S2x x0 to be in scale pr ogram mod[...]

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    72 EAS Connection The following cod es do not r equire t hat the M S2xx0 t o be in sca le progra m m[...]

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    73 EAS Connection The following cod es do not r equire that the M S2x x0 to be in scale pr ogram mod[...]

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    74 Continuous Mode The following cod es do not r equire that the M S2x x0 to be in scale pr ogram mo[...]

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    75 EAS Deactivation The following cod es do not r equire that the M S2x x0 to be in scale pr ogram m[...]

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    76 EAS Deac tivation The following cod es d o not re quire that the M S2xx0 t o be in sca le progra [...]

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    77 EAS Deactivation The following cod es do not r equire that the M S2x x0 to be in scale pr ogram m[...]

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    78 Sensormatic ScanMax Pro The following cod es d o not re quire that the M S2xx0 t o be in sca le p[...]

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    79 Sensormatic ScanMax Pro The following cod es do not r equire that the M S2x x0 to be in scale pr [...]

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    80[...]

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    81 Scanner T est Bar Cod es Supplemental Tests Display Software Numbers The following cod e do es no[...]

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    83 Cust omer Support Technical As sistance If you ne ed assist ance insta lling or t roublesh ooting[...]

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    84 Product Service an d Repair Honeyw ell Internatio nal Inc . prov ides service f or al l its produ[...]

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