Honeywell MS5145 Eclipse manual

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    METROLOGIC INSTRUMENTS, INC. MS5100 Eclipse ™ Series Installation and User’s Guide[...]

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    Copyright © 2008 by Metrologic Instruments, Inc. All rights reserved. No part of this work may be r[...]

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    ii T ABLE OF C ONTENTS Introducti on................................................................[...]

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    iii T ABLE OF C ONTENTS Regulatory Compliance Safety ...............................................[...]

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    1 I NTRODUCTION The MS5145 Eclipse ™ is a single-line, h and-held laser scanner. Equipped with Met[...]

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    2 I NTRODUCTION Scanner and Accessories B AS IC K IT Part # Description MS5145 Eclipse Scanner 00-02[...]

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    3 I NTRODUCTION Scanner and Accessories O PTIONAL A CCESSORIES Part # Description 55-55000 x -3 RS23[...]

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    4 I NTRODUCTION Scanner Components I TEM N O . D ESCRIPTION 1 Mode Select Button/CodeGate Button (se[...]

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    5 I NTRODUCTION Caution and Serial Number Labels Figure 2. Label Location on the Botto m of the Scan[...]

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    6 Figure 5. I NTRODUCTION Cable Removal Disconnect the power supply from the Po werLink cable and tu[...]

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    7 I NSTALLATION RS232, Light Pen or Laser Emulation 1. Turn off the host system. 2. Plug the male, 1[...]

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    8 I NSTALLATION RS485 S 1. Turn off the host system. 2. Plug the male 10-pin RJ45 end of the MVC cab[...]

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    9 I NSTALLATION Keyboard Wedge 1. Turn off the host system. 2. Plug the male, 10-pin RJ45 end of the[...]

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    10 I NSTALLATION Stand-Alone Keyboard 1. Turn off the host system. 2. Connect the 10-pin RJ45 male c[...]

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    11 Figure 10. USB I NSTALLATION USB : Low Speed USB (-38) Full Speed USB (-40) 1. Turn off the host [...]

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    12 S CANNER O PERATION How to Use CodeGate and the Manual Activation Mode C ODE G ATE ® M ANUAL A C[...]

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    13 S CANNER O PERATION Indicators Audible When the MS5145 scanner is oper ational, the scanner provi[...]

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    14 S CANNER O PERATION Indicators Visual The MS5145 is equippe d with a red LED and green LED which [...]

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    15 S CANNER O PERATION Indicators Failure One Razzberry Tone – On Power Up This indicates the scan[...]

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    16 S CANNER O PERATION Depth of Field vs. Minimum Bar Code Element Width Minimum Bar Code Element Wi[...]

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    17 S CANNER O PERATION Configuration Modes The MS5145 Eclipse has three modes of configur ation. •[...]

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    18 S CANNER O PERATION 4. During configuration, the motor and laser turn off. YOU CANNOT SCAN A BAR [...]

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    19 S CANNER O PERATION EXAMPLE #3 : The following example sho ws the events that occur when an inval[...]

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    20 T ROUBLESHOOTING G UIDE The following guide is for reference purpos es only. Contact a Metrologic[...]

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    21 T ROUBLESHOOTING G UIDE Symptoms Possible Causes Solution The unit powers up, but does not scan a[...]

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    22 T ROUBLESHOOTING G UIDE Symptoms Possible Causes Solution The unit scans but the data is not corr[...]

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    23 RS232 D EMONSTRATION P ROGRAM If an RS232 scanner is not communicating with your IBM compatible P[...]

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    24 D ESIGN S PECIFICATIONS MS5145 Eclipse O PERATIONA L Light Source: V isible L aser D iode (V LD) [...]

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    25 D ESIGN S PECIFICATIONS MS5145 Eclipse E LECTRICAL Input Voltage: 5VDC ± 0.25V Power: Operating [...]

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    26 A PPLICATIONS AND P ROTOCOLS The model number on each scann er incl udes the scanner number and f[...]

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    27 D EFAULT S ETTINGS Many functions of the scanner can be configu red or enabled/disab led . The sc[...]

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    28 D EFAULT S ETTINGS Parameter Default RS232 Light Pen RS485 S KBW USB Laser Emulation ITF Symbol L[...]

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    29 D EFAULT S ETTINGS Parameter Default RS232 Light Pen RS485 S KBW USB Laser Emulation Infinite Sam[...]

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    30 D EFAULT S ETTINGS Parameter Default RS232 Light Pen RS485 S KBW USB Laser Emulation Transmit San[...]

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    31 D EFAULT S ETTINGS Parameter Default RS232 Light Pen RS485 S KBW USB Laser Emulation 100 msec to [...]

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    32 U PGRADING THE F LASH ROM F IRMWARE The MS5145 is part of Metrologic's line of scanners with[...]

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    33 S CANNER AND C ABLE T ERMIN ATIONS Scanner Pinout Connections The MS5145 scanner interfaces termi[...]

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    34 S CANNER AND C ABLE T ERMIN ATIONS Figure 16. MS5145-00 Laser Emulation Pin Function 1 Ground 2 R[...]

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    35 S CANNER AND C ABLE T ERMIN ATIONS Cable Connector Configurations RS232 PowerLink Cable, 55-55000[...]

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    36 S CANNER AND C ABLE T ERMIN ATIONS Cable Connector Configuration Keyboard Wedge Po werLink Cable [...]

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    37 R EGULATORY C OMPLIAN CE Safety ITE Equipment IEC 60950-1, EN 60950-1 Laser Laser Class 1: IEC 60[...]

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    38 R EGULATORY C OMPLIAN CE EMC Emissions FCC Part 15, ICES-003, CISPR 22, EN 55022 Immunity CISPR 2[...]

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    39 R EGULATORY C OMPLIAN CE EMC Changes or modifications not expressly approved by the party respo n[...]

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    40 L IMITED W ARRANTY The MS5145 Eclipse ™ scanner s are manufactured by Metrologic at its S uzhou[...]

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    41 P ATENTS This METROLOGIC product may be covered by, but is not limited to, one or more of the fol[...]

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    42 I NDEX A AC .................................. see power accessories ............................[...]

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    43 I NDEX S safety ..................................... 37, 39 stand ..............................[...]

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