Honeywell MS7580 manual

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    MetroSelect ® Area Imaging Supplemental 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 Imager Operation Presentation and Trigger Mod es In-St and...................[...]

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    iv PDF Opti ons ....................................................................................[...]

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    1 Imager Operation Presentation a nd Trigger † Mode s There are four configurable m odes for scann[...]

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    2 Out-of-Stand ‡  Presentation Mode Out-of-Stand * Multi-Try Trigger Mode Out-of-Stand ³ 41830[...]

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    3 * Presentation Mode Immediately After Button † Release  ³ 823800 The imager immediatel y rev[...]

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    4 * Enable Trigger Press Timeout In Presentation Mode  Disable Trigger Press Timeout In Presentat[...]

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    5 Pass-Through Settings  * Enable Pass-Through Scanning In Presentation Mode  Disable Pass-Thr[...]

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    6 Omnidirectional and/or Li near Imager Modes The area imager can be configure d to oper ate as an o[...]

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    7 Enable 1D Linear Only in Trigger Operations Disable 1D Linear Only in Trigger Operations ³ 120212[...]

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    8 Aiming and Illumination Trigger and presentati on operations can be configured s eparately to use [...]

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    9 * Enable Auto Gain Disable Auto Gain ³ 125101 ³ 125111 * Enable Illumination Group 1 Disable Ill[...]

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    10 Data Output * Enable Data Output Disable Data Output ³ 121205 ³ 121215 * Factory default config[...]

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    11 Character Suppression Enable the Suppression of 1 Character * Disable the Suppression of 1 Charac[...]

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    12 Code Bytes 0 – 9 Notes: F or additional information on Code B ytes, refer to the Code Bytes Usa[...]

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    13 Same Symbol Timeouts Retain Same Symbol Timeout on Trigger * Reset Same Symbol Timeout on Trigger[...]

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    14[...]

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    15 Imager Operation – MS1633 Power Save Modes †† Enable Trigger Power-Save * Disable Trigger P[...]

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    16 RangeGate ® Mode †† Enable RangeGate Disable RangeGate ³ 123707 When enabled, the MS1633 wi[...]

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    17 Firmware Version and Addr ess †† Transmit the Firmware Version of the Imager with Bluetooth ?[...]

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    18 Inventory M ode †† In Inventory mode, there is a quantity fi eld associated with each bar cod[...]

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    19 The quantity bar codes on pa ge 20 enable the user to enter a quantit y for the last item scanned[...]

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    20 Quantity Codes †† Quantity 0 Quantity 5 ³Q 0 ³Q 5 Quantity 1 Quantity 6 ³Q 1 ³Q 6 Quantit[...]

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    21 Transmit Entry Counter †† * Do Not Transmit Entry Counter ³ 123914 Optional field transmitte[...]

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    22 Enable Inventory Beep †† * Disable Inventory Beep ³ 123912 When enabled MS163 3 will beep af[...]

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    23 Code T ypes and Decode Rules Data Matrix Enable Normal Color Data Matrix Decoding Enable Inverse [...]

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    24 Enable Low-Contrast Data Matrix Decoding † * Disable Low-Contrast Data Matrix Decoding ³ 12541[...]

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    25 * Enable Data Matrix, Normal Size ³ 325402 The following bar codes improve deco ding of Data Mat[...]

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    26 QR Code Enable Normal Video QR Code Enable Inverse Video QR Code ³ 200612 ³ 200622 Enable Norma[...]

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    27 Aztec Enable Normal Video Aztec Decoding * Disable Normal Video Aztec Decoding ³ 100610 ³ 10060[...]

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    28 Enable Aztec Structure Append Decoding * Disable Aztec Structure Append Decoding ³ 124416 ³ 124[...]

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    29 Postal Enable Australia Post * Disable Australia Post ³ 126217 ³ 126207 Enable Japan Post * Dis[...]

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    30 Enable PLANET Code * Disable PLANET Code ³ 126214 ³ 126204 Enable POSTNET Code * Disable POSTNE[...]

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    31 Enable UPU Decoding * Disable UPU Decoding ³ 126211 ³ 126201 Enable Royal Mail 4 Code * Disable[...]

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    32 Codablock Options Enable Codablock A * Disable Codablock A ³ 126410 ³ 126400 Enable Codablock F[...]

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    33 RS232 Software Handshaking Enable ]V Handshaking Disable ]V Handshaking ³ 125210 An “]V” res[...]

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    35 Interfaces Additional Interfaces † Enable Beeper ON/OFF Commands * Disable Beeper ON/OFF Comman[...]

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    36 IBM 46xx-SIOC RS485 Interface Send 30H for Last Block Label Identifier 4680 * Send 00 for Last Bl[...]

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    37 MS7580 Genesis Specific Load RS232 Configuration Settings  Load USB Configuration Settings [...]

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    38 Apply Settings to All Interfaces  Apply Settings to the Current Interface  ³ 998075 ³ 998[...]

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    39 Enter/Exit Configuration Mode Enter Exit Configuration Mode ³ 999999[...]

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    40[...]

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    41 Cont act Information The Americas (TA) Omniplanar, Inc. Spain USA Tel: 856.374.5550 Tel: +34 913 [...]

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    42 Chengdu Sales Office Japan Singapore Tel: 0 2 8 - 6 6 1 3 5 0 6 6 / 8 6 7 8 6 3 4 8 Tel: 81-3-383[...]

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    Honeywell Scanning & Mob ility 90 Coles Road Blackwood, NJ 08012-4683 00-05252 Rev B June 2009[...]