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PDF Content Summary: 2D Code Handy Scanner AT20Q-SM AT21Q-SM User’s Manual Copyright © DENSO WAVE INCORPORATED, 2013 All rights reserved. No part of this publication may be reproduced in any form or by any means without permission in writing from the publisher. Microsoft Windows is a trademark of Microsoft Corporation. Other products and company names mentioned in this document are trademarks or registered trademarks of their respective holders. Specifications are subject to change without prior notice. Contents Preface..........................................................................................................................................................................................i Customer Registration and Inquiries ...........................................................................................................................................i SAFETY PRECAUTIONS.........................................................................................................................................................ii Care and Maintenance................................................................................................................................................................vi Chapter 1 Names and Functions..............................................................................................................................................1 Chapter 2 Preparation ..............................................................................................................................................................2 2.1 Operating Environment for the Use of USB Interface ..........................................................................................2 2.2 Connecting the Interface Cable to the Scanner......................................................................................................4 Chapter 3 Connection to the Host Computer ..........................................................................................................................5 3.1 Using the RS-232C Interface .................................................................................................................................5 3.2 Using the USB Interface ........................................................................................................................................6 3.2.1 Setting up the USB-COM interface............................................................................................................7 3.2.2 Setting up the USB keyboard interface ......................................................................................................8 Chapter 4 Scanning Codes.....................................................................................................................................................10 Chapter 5 Customizing the Scanner ......................................................................................................................................11 Chapter 6 Scanning Control...................................................................................................................................................12 6.1 Trigger Switch Control ........................................................................................................................................12 6.2 Software Control ..................................................................................................................................................13 6.3 Reading by Automatic detection of labels ...........................................................................................................13 Chapter 7 Scanning Functions...............................................................................................................................................14 7.1 Data Verification Mode........................................................................................................................................14 7.1.1 Data verification read procedure...............................................................................................................14 7.1.2 Specifying a verification object ................................................................................................................16 7.1.3 Verification result output..........................................................................................................................17 7.2 Editing Data..........................................................................................................................................................18 7.2.1 Data extraction mode ................................................................................................................................18 7.2.1.1 Extracting a data string..........................................................................................................................18 7.2.1.2 Extracting data blocks ...........................................................................................................................20 7.2.1.3 Extracting AI (Application Identifier)-prefixed strings........................................................................22 7.2.2 Data substitution mode .............................................................................................................................30 7.2.3 Data blocksorting mode............................................................................................................................31 7.2.4 ADF script mode.......................................................................................................................................32 7.3 Point Scan Mode ..................................................................................................................................................33 7.4 Scanning a Mirror Image 2D Code......................................................................................................................33 7.5 Scanning a Black-and-white Inverted Code ........................................................................................................33 7.6 Scanning Structured Appended QR (iQR) Code Symbols..................................................................................34 7.7 Multi-line Barcode Scanning ...............................................................................................................................35 7.7.1 Number of lines.........................................................................................................................................35 7.7.2 Data output order ......................................................................................................................................35 7.7.3 Output format............................................................................................................................................35 7.8 Scanning an SQRC (Security QR Code) Symbol................................................................................................35 Chapter 8 Beeper, Indicator LED, Marker, and Illumination LEDs .....................................................................................36 8.1 Beeper...................................................................................................................................................................36 8.2 Indicator LED.......................................................................................................................................................37 8.3 Marker ..................................................................................................................................................................39 8.4 Illumination LEDs................................................................................................................................................39 Chapter 9 Communication.....................................................................................................................................................40 9.1 RS-232C Interface................................................................................................................................................40 9.2 USB-COM Interface ............................................................................................................................................41 9.3 USB Keyboard Interface ......................................................................................................................................43 9.4 Communication Format........................................................................................................................................44 9.5 GTIN Format Conversion ....................................................................................................................................58 Chapter 10 Image Capturing..................................................................................................................................................63 10.1 Outline..................................................................................................................................................................63 10.2 Image Capturing Specifications...........................................................................................................................63 Chapter 11 Parameters and Defaults......................................................................................................................................65 Chapter 12 QR-Coded Parameter Menu................................................................................................................................84 12.1 Parameter Setting Procedure Using the QR-coded Parameter Menu ..................................................................84 12.2 QR-coded Parameter Menu..................................................................................................................................85 Chapter 13 Troubleshooting ..................................................................................................................................................97 Appendix 1 Specifications.....................................................................................................................................................98 Appendix 2 Control Commands ............................................................................................................................................99 Appendix 3 Interface Specifications....................................................................................................................................102 Preface Thank you for using the AT20Q / AT21Q DENSO WAVE 2D code Handy Scanner. Please READ through this manual carefully. It will enable you to operate your scanner correctly. After you have finished reading this manual, keep it handy for speedy reference. Note: Do not use this scanner in an environment with electrical noise that can trigger malfunction. Note: Specifications described in this manual are supported by AT20Q Firmware version 1.00 or later. ④ DENSO WAVE INCORPORATED does not assume any product liability arising out of, or in connection with, the application or use of any product, circuit, or application described herein. ④ If it is judged by DENSO WAVE INCORPORATED that malfunction of the product is due to the product having been dropped or subjected to impact, repairs will be made at a reasonable charge even within the warranty period. ④ Intellectual Property Precaution DENSO WAVE INCORPORATED (“DENSO WAVE”) takes reasonable precautions to ensure its products do not infringe upon any patent of other intellectual property rights of other(s), but DENSO WAVE cannot be responsible for any patent or other intellectual property right infringement(s) or violation(s) which arise from (i) the use of DENSO WAVE’s product(s) in connection or in combination with other component(s), product(s), data processing system(s) or equipment or software not supplied from DENSO WAVE; (ii) the use of DENSO WAVE’s products in a manner for which the same were not intended nor designed; or (iii) any modification of DENSO WAVE’s products by other(s) than DENSO WAVE. ④ Limited Warranty on Software Products In no event will DENSO WAVE be liable for direct, indirect, special, incidental, or consequential damages (including imaginary profits or damages resulting from interruption of operation or loss of business information) resulting from any defect in the software or its documentation or resulting from inability to apply the software or its documentation. Customer Registration and Inquiries Customer Registration To allow us to provide our customers with comprehensive service and support, we request that all customers complete a Member Registration Form. Registered members will be offered the following privileges. • Latest upgrade information • Free exhibition and event information for new products • Free web-information service “QBdirect” QBdirect Service Contents

Information search service (FAQ) Offers detailed information on each product.

Download service Offers downloads of repair modules for the latest AT20Q Series systems or software, and sample programs. E-mail inquiries Allows customers to send product-related queries by e-mail. Please note that these privileges may be subject to change without prior notice. How to Register Access the URL below and follow the instructions provided. qbdirect.net i SAFETY PRECAUTIONS Be sure to observe all these safety precautions. ④ Please READ through these instructions carefully. They will enable you to use the scanner correctly. ④ Always keep this manual nearby for speedy reference. Strict observance of these warnings and cautions is a MUST for preventing accidents that could result in bodily injury and substantial property damage. Make sure you fully understand all definitions of these terms and symbols given below before you proceed to the text itself. Alerts you to those conditions that could cause serious bodily injury or death if the instructions are not followed correctly. Alerts you to those conditions that could cause minor bodily injury or substantial property damage if the instructions are not followed correctly. Meaning of Symbols A triangle ( ) with a picture inside alerts you to a warning of danger. Here you see the warning for electrical shock. A diagonal line through a circle ( ) warns you of something you should not do; it may or may not have a picture inside. Here you see a screwdriver inside the circle, meaning that you should not disassemble. A black circle ( ) with a picture inside alerts you to something you MUST do. This example shows that you MUST unplug the power cord. ii To System Designers: • When introducing the scanner in those systems that could affect human lives (e.g., medicines management system), develop applications carefully through redundancy and safety design which avoids the feasibility of affecting human lives even if a data error occurs. • Never bring any metals into contact with the terminals in connectors. Doing so could produce a large current through the scanner, resulting in heat or fire, as well as damage to the scanner. • Keep the AC adapter away from water. Failure to do so could cause fire or electrical shock. • Never use the scanner on the line voltage other than the specified level. Doing so could cause the scanner to break or burn. • Do not use the scanner where any inflammable gases may be emitted. Doing so could cause fire. • Do not scratch, modify, bend, twist, pull, or heat the power cable of the AC adapter. Do not place heavy material on the cable or allow the cable to get pressed under heavy material. Doing so could break the cable, resulting in a fire. • Do not subject the scanning window of the scanner to direct sunlight for extended periods. Doing so could damage the scanner, resulting in a fire. • If smoke, abnormal odors or noises come from the scanner, immediately switch off the host computer, disconnect the AC adapter and the interface cable, and contact your nearest dealer. Failure to do so could cause fire or electrical shock. • If foreign material or water gets into the scanner, immediately unplug the AC adapter and the interface cable, and contact your nearest dealer. Failure to do so could cause fire or electrical shock. • If you drop the scanner so as to affect the operation or damage its housing, switch off the host computer, unplug the AC adapter and the interface cable, and contact your nearest dealer. Failure to do so could cause fire or electrical shock. iii

Never disassemble • Never disassemble or modify the scanner; doing so could result in an accident such as break or fire. Doing so could result in a fire or electrical shock. • Do not put the scanner on an unstable or inclined plane. The scanner may drop, creating injuries. • Never put the scanner in places where there are excessively high temperatures, such as inside closed-up automobiles, or in places exposed to direct sunlight. Doing so could affect the housing or parts, resulting in a fire. • Avoid using the scanner in extremely humid areas, or where there are drastic temperature changes. Moisture will get into the scanner, resulting in malfunction, fire or electrical shock. • Do not place the scanner anyplace where it may be subjected to oily smoke or steam, e.g., near a cooking range or humidifier. Doing so could result in a fire or electrical shock. • Never cover or wrap up the scanner or AC adapter in a cloth or blanket. Doing so could cause the unit to heat up inside, deforming its housing, resulting in a fire. Always use the scanner and AC adapter in a well-ventilated area. • Keep the power cable of the AC adapter away from any heating equipment. Failure to do so could melt the sheathing, resulting in a fire or electrical shock. • Do not scratch or modify the scanner or its interface cable. Do not bend, twist, pull, or heat the cable. Doing so could damage the scanner or its interface cable, creating a fire hazard. • Do not put heavy material on the scanner or its interface cable, or allow the cable to get pressed under heavy material. • Do not look into the light source from the scanning window or do not point the scanning window at other people’s eyes. Eyesight may be damaged by direct exposure to this light. • Do not use the scanner if your hands are wet or damp. Doing so could result in an electrical shock. • Never use chemicals or organic solvents such as benzene and thinner to clean the housing. Do not apply insecticide to the scanner. Doing so could result in a marred or cracked housing, electrical shock or fire. • Do not use the scanner with anti-slip gloves containing plasticizer. The scanner housing may be broken, creating injuries, electrical shock, or fire. • Do not use or store the scanner in the place where strong magnetism or static electricity are likely produced near the processing machine or on the carpet. Doing so could affect the parts, resulting in malfunction or failure.

iv • When disconnecting the AC adapter from the wall socket, hold the AC adapter body not the power cable. The power cable may be broken, resulting in a burnt AC adapter, electrical shock, or fire. • If the interface cable is damaged (e.g., exposed or broken lead wires), stop using it and contact your nearest dealer. Failure to do so could result in a fire or electrical shock. • During electrical storm activity, always unplug the AC adapter from the wall socket. Exposure to power surges could result in a damaged scanner or fire. • When taking care of the scanner, unplug the AC adapter from the wall socket for safety. Failure to do so could result in an electrical shock. • Do not drop the scanner. The scanner housing may be broken, creating injuries. Using the scanner whose housing is broken could result in smoke or fire. Unplug the AC adapter from the wall socket and contact your nearest dealer. v Care and Maintenance ■ Proper Care of the reading window Dust or dirt accumulating on the clear plate of the code reading window will affect reading performance. If you use the scanner in dusty areas, therefore, periodically check the clear plate and clean it if dusty. • To clean the plate, first blow the dust away with an airbrush. Then wipe the plate with a cotton swab or the similar soft one gently. • If sand or hard particles have accumulated, never rub the plate; doing so will scratch or damage it. Blow the particles away with an airbrush or a soft brush. ■ Proper Care of the Scanner body Wipe any dirt from the Scanner body with a dry, soft cloth. Note • Never use substances such as benzene or alcohol, as this may cause the housing to be marred or paint to peel off. • If excessively dirty, wipe a soft cloth that has been soaked in soapy water (always use neutral detergent) and wrung out thoroughly. vi

Chapter 1 Names and Functions Reading window A code is placed at this reading window. Beep hole The beeper sounds when the scanner has read a code successfully. Trigger switch Press this switch to start code reading. The following trigger switch operating modes are available. • Auto-off mode • Momentary switching mode • Momentary switching mode (Reverse Type) • Alternate switching mode • Continuous reading mode 1 • Continuous reading mode 2 • Auto sensing mode • Auto stand mode (The factory default setting is Auto-off mode .) (Refer to Chapter 6 for details.) Interface cable There are two types of interface cables available. - RS-232C interface cable - USB interface cable LED indicator Illuminates blue when reading is complete. (Refer to Section 8.2 for details.) Case ・AT20Q:Light gray ・AT21Q:Black

The interface cable connects your scanner to a host computer or other host equipment. Depending upon the interface cable plugged into the scanner, the scanner automatically switches to the RS-232C interface or USB-COM interface. (Refer to Chapter 3 for the cable connection and setting up of the USB interface.) Note: The bottom case is not securely held in the scanner case when the interface cable and its connector case cover are not plugged into the case. If the bottom case comes off, fit it firmly in the scanner case again, and connect the interface cable and then the connector cover over it. 1 Chapter 2 Preparation 2.1 Operating Environment for the Use of USB Interface Using the scanner via the USB interface requires a host computer equipped with a USB port. The operating environment differs depending upon whether you use the USB-COM interface or USB keyboard interface as listed below. USB-COM interface: To use this interface, you need to install the dedicated Active USB-COM port driver (virtual COM port driver) to the host computer. This interface allows you to use the scanner in applications using the conventional serial port. For instructions on how to set up the driver, refer to Chapter 3, Section 3.2.1. For the interface specifications, refer to Chapter 9, Section 9.2. This interface is selected by default. USB keyboard interface: No dedicated USB device driver is required. Via this interface, data scanned by the scanner can be entered to the cursor position in your application. For instructions on how to set up the driver, refer to Chapter 3, Section 3.2.2. For the interface specifications, refer to Chapter 9, Section 9.3. You can switch between the USB-COM interface and USB keyboard interface by using the QR-coded parameter menu (provided in Chapter 12) or the configuration software (ScannerSetting_2D)*.

To use the USB-COM interface (factory default): To use the USB keyboard interface:

Host computer PC/AT or AT/AT compatible PC equipped with a USB port

Operating System (OS) Windows XP, x32 Edition Windows Vista, x32 Edition Windows 7, x32 and x64 Edition USB driver Active USB-COM port driver provided by DENSO WAVE Windows XP, x32 and x64 Edition Windows Vista, x32 and x64 Edition Windows 7, x32 and x64 Edition OS-supplied device driver

Note: The scanner cannot be used on Windows NT that does not support any USB device. The interface can be switched between the USB-COM interface and USB keyboard interface by using either the: Firmware version Ver.1.00 or Ver.1.01 - Using QR-coded parameter menu (provided in Chapter 12), - Using the configuration software (ScannerSetting_2D),* or - Connecting the scanner’s USB interface cable to the host computer or USB hub with the trigger switch being held down. (If the USB-COM interface has been set up, doing so switches to the USB keyboard interface, and vice versa.) (Interface switching when power turned ON is disable by default) Scanner

トリガスイッチを 押しながら While holding down the trigger switch key. USBインタフェースケーブルを Connect the USB interface cable. 接続する USB interface cable

The interface setting will be retained even if the scanner is turned off. 2 Firmware version Ver.1.10 or later - QR-coded parameter menu, or - Configuration software (ScannerSetting_2D) * If the Active USB-COM port driver is not installed in the computer, (1) connect the scanner’s USB interface cable to the computer or its USB hub, and (2) press the trigger switch for more than two seconds. However, this applies only when the USB-COM interface is set up, in which case the interface can be switched from the USB-COM interface to the USB keyboard interface. Switching the interface vice versa is not supported. Scanner

(2) Press the trigger トリガスイッチを switch key for two 押しながら seconds or more. (1)Connect the USB interface cable. USBインタフェースケーブルを 接続する USB interface cable

Note: For approx. 20 seconds after switching from the USB-COM interface to the USB keyboard interface, the scanner cannot accept data entry. * Registered users can download the configuration software (ScannerSetting_2D) from QBNet, their customer support section on the Denso Wave website at no extra charge. For further details on QBNet or to register, visit the following URL. qbdirect.net 3 2.2 Connecting the Interface Cable to the Scanner (1) Pull the connector cover of the interface cable off its connector as shown below. (2) Plug the interface cable connector into the connector located in the bottom of the scanner. Note: As shown below, hold the scanner body, align the mark on the cable connector with that on the scanner, and fully insert the interface cable connector. Scanner mark mark Interface cable connector mark Connector cover (3) Align the ▼ mark on the scanner with that on the connector cover, and fully insert the connector cover to the scanner until the grommet line is shown. Then, turn it clockwise until the boss on the connector cover becomes horizontal against the scanner.

Cutout Boss mark Connector cover mark Grommet line Connector cover Turn the cover until its bosses comes to be horizontal.

4 Chapter 3 Connection to the Host Computer 3.1 Using the RS-232C Interface (1) AC adaptor-powered type 1) Connect the RS-232C interface cable to the host computer. AC adapter Scanner RS-232C interface cable 2) Plug the AC adapter into the DC power jack provided in the interface cable connector. Note: When disconnecting the interface cable or DC power jack, hold the connector housings not the cables. Pulling cables will result in breaks. Note: Avoid connecting and disconnecting of connectors all if possible. Doing so may result in weak contact. Note: Be sure to use the adapter exclusively designed for the scanner. (2) Host computer-powered type 1) Connect the RS-232C interface cable to the host computer * 2) Secure the connector if it is equipped with a lock *. * Refer to the specifications for details of the interface cable connector types, pin assignments and lock facility. Note: When disconnecting the interface cable or DC power jack, hold the connector housings not the cables. Pulling cables will result in breaks. Note: Avoid connecting and disconnecting of connectors all if possible. Doing so may result in weak contact. 5 3.2 Using the USB Interface The scanner receives and sends data from/to the host computer through the USB-COM interface or USB keyboard interface. You need to set up the device driver designed for the interface to be used. Notes for connecting the USB interface cable ④ To use the USB-COM interface, you need to install the serial port driver to the host computer before connection of the USB interface cable. For details, refer to Section 3.2.1. Scanner USB interface cable ④ When plugging and unplugging the USB connector, put an interval of at least 10 seconds between those actions since Windows may take several to 10 seconds to add or delete the USB device. ④ Hot plugging/unplugging is allowed for USB devices. However, do not plug or unplug the USB connector when: - The computer is on standby (in Suspend mode) or - The COM port is open with the USB-COM interface being used. (Hot plugging/unplugging under this condition will lose data.) ④ When the host computer is processing the scanner connection, do not plug or unplug any other USB device cables. ④ Directly connect the scanner to the USB port on the host computer or to the self-powered hub. The scanner may not be connected to some types of hubs. If the operation of the hub-connected scanner is unstable, connect it directly to any USB port on the host computer. ④ Do not use any extension cord. 6 3.2.1 Setting up the USB-COM interface Using the USB-COM interface requires installing the Active USB-COM port driver provided by DENSO WAVE to the host computer. The driver does not come with the scanner in a CD-ROM. It can be downloaded for free from our website at: qbdirect.net The file downloaded contains the Active USB-COM port driver and uninstaller which are compressed. It is a self-extracting file. Store the file into a folder and then double-click its icon to extract it. For the latest information, refer to the manual that comes with the driver. Notes for installing and using the Active USB-COM port driver ④ The driver should be installed with administrative permission (Administrator Login). ④ The driver does not contain a Microsoft digital signature. Therefore, do not block installation of drivers containing no signature with the driver’s signature option or local policy’s security option. ④ The driver allows hot plugging or unplugging of a USB device even during communication (when the COM port is being opened); however, the communications data when the USB device is disconnected will be lost. ④ The driver always serves as a virtual serial port even if a USB device is unplugged, so the driver always occupies a COM port number. ④ The driver cannot coexist with conventional Denso USB-COM device drivers in a host computer. In the installation procedure, the Active USB-COM port driver requires uninstalling the conventional ones. ④ Installing the driver on a single host computer more than one time enables more than one USB device to be used. However, the uninstaller of the Active USB-COM port driver uninstalls previously installed drivers, not individually but all at once. Installation procedure Refer to the installation procedure for “Active USB-COM Port Driver Installation Guide.” 7 3.2.2 Setting up the USB keyboard interface The USB keyboard interface requires the USB device class driver for HID (Human Interface Device) which is included in Windows 98 or later Operating Systems and whose setup wizard will automatically run. You do not need to install the device driver. Note: If the USB-COM interface is set up, switch it to the USB keyboard interface by scanning the “USB keyboard interface” QR Code symbol given in Section 12.2 with the parameter setting procedure in Section 12.1. (Plugging the USB interface cable in the scanner automatically switches to the USB-COM interface by default.) Connecting the USB interface cable to the host’s USB port or USB hub automatically runs the system-supplied driver setup wizard. Follow the wizard and set up the driver. This section describes the procedure on each of Windows XP and Windows Vista. On Windows 7 also, follow the wizard. Windows 7 / Windows Vista (1) Switch the computer on to run Windows 7 or Windows Vista. Log on as an Administrator. (2) Connect the scanner’s USB interface cable to the computer or USB hub. (3) Wait for the Installing device driver software hint to pop up on the Windows task tray. Windows will automatically configure the scanner. Upon completion of the configuration, the screen shown at left automatically disappears. (4) Wait for the USB Human Interface Device hint to pop up on the task tray. (5) To check whether the USB device is working normally, open the Windows Device Manager. If USB Human Interface Device is added to the sub-tree of Human Interface Devices as shown at left, the scanner is connected normally. If the device is not added or it is marked with or , remove this driver with the uninstaller, reboot your computer, and perform the above connection process again. 8 Windows XP (1) Switch the computer on to run Windows XP. Log on as an Administrator. (2) Connect the scanner’s USB interface cable to the computer or USB hub. (3) Wait for the Found New Hardware hint to pop up on the Windows task tray. Windows will automatically configure the scanner. Upon completion of the configuration, the screen shown at left automatically disappears. (4) To check whether the USB device is working normally, open Windows Device Manager. If USB Human Interface Device is added to the sub-tree of Human Interface Devices as shown at left, the scanner is connected normally. If the device is not added or it is marked with or , remove this driver with the uninstaller, reboot your

computer, and perform the above connection process again. 9

Chapter 4 Scanning Codes (1) Bring the reading window to the target code and press the trigger switch. The marker indicating the approximate center of the reading area irradiated by the illumination LEDs lights up for reading. Note: This step is not required for the Continuous reading modes 1, 2, Auto sensing mode and Auto stand mode. Reading area Scanning distance Illumination LEDs Indicator LED Trigger switch (2) Wait for the indicator LED to turn blue and the beeper to sound, indicating a successfully read. Note: The reading area is made narrower than the illumination LEDs lighting area. The reading area is approx. 2.4” (6 cm) wide by 1.6” (4 cm) high when the scanning distance is approx. 3.1” (8 cm). Note: The reading area indicated by the illumination LEDs is given only as a guide, and it does not mean that a reading of the code placed inside the illumination LEDs lighting area is guaranteed. Note: Allow only a single code to come within the field of view except when the multi-line code scanning is allowed. Having more than one code within the field of view either causes the read to fail or produces multiple input. Note: The double-read prevention enabled time can be specified with the configuration software (ScannerSetting_2D). Note: The scanner can read codes omnidirectionally. Note that a target code plus its margin should lie within the reading area. Note: If the scanner fails to read due to specular effects or other factors, change the scanning angle of the reading window or the distance from the codes, and repeat the process. (Specular effects occur when the reflection of the light from the label surface is too strong, such as when the reflecting surface is polished or covered with vinyl.) ④ Scanning mode Regular read mode This mode transfers the code data when the scanner has read the code successfully. Data verification mode This mode verifies the code data against the master data stored in the scanner. (Refer to Section 7.1 for details.) 10 Chapter 5 Customizing the Scanner You can customize the scanner by modifying communications, code type, and other scanner parameters with the QR-coded parameter menu or the configuration software ScannerSetting_2D*. These parameters retain their settings even when the power is off. (1) Scanning parameter setting QR Codes from the QR-coded parameter menu by pressing the trigger switch. (The QR-coded parameter menu is given in Chapter 12.) (2) Using the configuration software (ScannerSetting_2D)* in your computer. The configuration software is available via the RS-232C interface or USB-COM interface; it is not via the USB keyboard interface. The configuration software also offers batch-process QR code symbols for read by scanners in the field. Those symbols printed can be scanned by the scanner via any of the RS-232C interface, USB-COM interface and USB keyboard interface. Note: The configuration software is not available via the USB keyboard interface. * Registered users can download the configuration software (ScannerSetting_2D) from QBNet, their customer support section on the Denso Wave website at no extra charge. For further details on QBNet or to register, visit the following URL. qbdirect.net 11 Chapter 6 Scanning Control Two types of scanning controls are available--Trigger switch control and Software control. Trigger switch control: Pressing the trigger switch readies the scanner for reading. (Refer to Section 6.1.) Software control: Instead of pressing the trigger switch, you send control commands from the host computer via the RS-232C or USB-COM interface to ready the scanner for reading or put the scanner on standby. (Refer to Section 6.2.) In addition, the auto sensing mode and auto stand mode are also available. (Refer to Sections 6.3) 6.1 Trigger Switch Control Pressing the trigger switch turns on the illumination LEDs and readies the scanner for reading. The scanner supports the following six trigger switch operating modes. Select the one that best meets your needs using the QR-coded parameter menu or the configuration software (ScannerSetting_2D). (1) Auto-off mode When the trigger switch is pressed, the scanner is brought to the Active state for approximately 5 seconds. The scanner automatically returns to the Ready state when reading is successfully completed, or after approximately five seconds elapsed with the trigger switch pressed. The scanner goes to the Ready state if the trigger switch is released before five seconds elapses.(in the case of normal mode) When the Auto off mode is set to be active only once (One-shot mode), the time required for the scanner to become the Ready state after the trigger switch was pressed shall be designated in the setting. (2) Momentary switching mode The scanner is brought to the Active state only when the trigger switch is pressed, and returns to the Ready state when the trigger switch is released. (2) Momentary switching mode (Reverse type) The scanner is brought to the Ready state only when the trigger switch is pressed, and returns to the Active state when the trigger switch is released. (4) Alternate switching mode The scanner alternates between the Active state and the Ready state every time the trigger switch is pressed. (5) Continuous reading mode 1 When you turn the scanner on, the scanner lights the illumination LEDs and becomes ready to scan. The scanner ignores all trigger switch input. If the scanner receives the Z, READOFF or LOFF command, it switches to standby; if it receives the R, READON or LON command, it becomes ready to scan. You can select whether or not the scanner transmits the ERROR command when the scanner cannot complete reading and switches to standby, using the configuration software (ScannerSetting_2D). (6) Continuous reading mode 2 This mode is functionally equivalent to the Continuous Reading mode 1, except that the scanner waits for a command upon completion of reading. To become ready to scan, the scanner should receive the Z, READOFF or LOFF command to switch to standby and then receive the R, READON or LON command. You can select whether or not the scanner transmits the ERROR command when the scanner cannot complete reading and switches to standby, using the configuration software (ScannerSetting_2D). Note: When you are setting parameters using the QR-coded parameter menu, the scanner is always in the Auto-off mode regardless of the trigger switch operating mode selected. 12 6.2 Software Control You can control the scanner by sending scanning control commands from the host computer via the RS-232C or USB-COM interface, instead of pressing the trigger switch. Reading control commands include R, READON, LON, Z, READOFF and LOFF and are restricted by the trigger switch operating modes, as listed below. (√ : Command valid) Trigger switch operating modes

Commands Description Auto-off mode Ready-to-scan commands Momentary switching mode Momentary switching mode (Reverse type) Alternate switching mode Continuous reading mode 1 or 2

R, READON, LON Z, READOFF, LOFF Upon receipt of one of these commands, the scanner lights the illumination LEDs and becomes ready to scan. Standby commands Upon receipt of one of these commands, the scanner turns off the illumination LEDs and switches to standby. -- -- -- -- √ -- -- -- -- √

Each of these commands should be enclosed with a header and terminator for transmission according to the communications conditions of the scanner. 6.3 Reading by Automatic detection of labels In auto Sensing mode (Auto sense operation in Auto stand mode is included), bringing a code label within the reading area of the reading window turns on the illumination LEDs and starts the scanner reading the code. No trigger switch operation is required. Use this mode when the scanner is stationary to a stand and a code label is moved. The illumination LEDs come on when you bring a code label within the designated range or move a code label within the same range. These LEDs go off when a code label is moved away from the range or stays within the range without move for approx. 3 seconds. In the Auto stand mode, the scanner is set to the Auto sense operation when the power is turned on. If the trigger switch is pressed while the scanner is operating in this mode, the scanner goes to the Auto off and reads a code whenever the trigger switch is pressed. However, the scanner will automatically return to the Auto sense operation if the trigger switch is not pressed for longer than a time specified for the scanner to return to the Auto sense. The time for the scanner to return to the Auto sense operation from the Auto off operation can be selected with the configuration software (ScannerSetting_2D). Auto sensing mode and Auto stand mode are selected with the QR-coded parameter menu or the configuration software (Scanner Setting_2D). The scanner offers a choice of three sensitivity levels for responding to codes. Switch to a higher sensitivity level if the illumination LEDs will not come on when a code is brought into the range, for example. Note: Even if you do not bring a code label within the reading area, the illumination LEDs may come on when the ambient level of light changes or any shadows move within the reading area. Note: To enable the scanner to work properly in the Auto sensing mode, an ambient illuminance of at least 500 lx is required. 13 Chapter 7 Scanning Functions 7.1 Data Verification Mode The Data verification mode verifies the code data read against the master data stored in the scanner and reports the match status with data output. Data verification read is available in two types--“n-point verification” and “2-point verification,” which can be selected with the configuration software (ScannerSetting_2D). Selecting the n-point verification requires registering master data only one time for 1:n verification. The scanner verifies all code data read after registration against the master data. The 2-point verification refers to 1:1 verification. Selecting it requires registering master data each time preceding code scanning. After registration of master data, the scanner reads a code, verifies the code data read against the master data and then becomes ready to register new master data. This way, the 2-point verification read alternately repeats master data registration and code scanning. In n-point verification read, master data can be registered with “preset master registration” or “scan master registration”; in 2-point verification read, with “scan master registration” only. The preset master registration registers master data with the configuration software (ScannerSetting_2D) beforehand, and the scan master registration, by scanning a master code label. The master data registered by “preset master registration” or “scan master registration” will be sent to the host computer when you scan the “Output master data” code given on page 16. The verification parameters can be specified with the configuration software (ScannerSetting_2D). 7.1.1 Data verification read procedure ④ n-point verification Preset master registration This is available only when n-point verification is selected. Register the code type and data to be used for verification using the configuration software (ScannerSetting_2D). Up to 99 digits can be registered. The registered master data will be preserved even if the scanner is turned off. To clear it, first clear the registered master data stored in the host computer with the configuration software (ScannerSetting_2D) and then send the new setting data to the scanner. Scan master registration 1) Switch the scanner to the Data Verification mode and select the RS-232C or USB-COM interface. 2) Send a scan entry control command “E” from the host to the scanner. (Refer to Appendix 2 for control commands.) The indicator LED lights in green. 3) Use the scanner to scan a master code to be registered. (The scanner operates in the trigger switch operating mode currently set.) After registration of master data, the indicator LED turns blue and then goes OFF. 4) Use the scanner to scan a target code. The scanner verifies the code read against the master data registered and then outputs the result. After a successful read, the indicator LED lights in blue. During the registration operation above, if the master data has fewer characters than specified (e.g., less than the specified verification start position), the registration operation aborts with an error. Even if “Preset master registration” has been made, you can make “Scan master registration.” If both have been made, the number of characters to verify that has been specified with “Preset master registration” and the master data that has been specified with “Scan master registration” will be valid. Note: The registered master data will be cleared when you customize the scanner by modifying the parameters with the configuration software (ScannerSetting_2D) or a batch-process QR code symbol. Note: If no master data has been entered by either “Preset master registration” or “Scan master registration,” the indicator LED flashes in red, during which it is impossible to scan codes. Note: When the USB keyborad interface is used in the n-point Verification mode, the n-point Verification is disabled and the normal reading mode is automatically selected if preset registered data is not present. 14 ④ 2-point verification Scan master registration 1) Switch the scanner to the Data verification mode and select the RS-232C or USB-COM interface. The indicator LED lights in green. 2) Use the scanner to scan a master code to be registered. (The scanner operates in the trigger switch operating mode currently set.) After the registration of master data, the indicator LED turns blue and then goes OFF. 3) Use the scanner to scan a target code. The scanner verifies the code read against the master data registered and then outputs the result. After a successful read, the indicator LED lights in blue and then turns green, indicating that the scanner is ready to register new master data. During the registration procedure above, if the master data has fewer characters than specified (e.g., less than the specified verification start position), the registration operation aborts with an error. The scanner becomes ready to register master data again. Verification retry after mismatch in 2-point verification The 2-point verification read provides the “Verification retry after mismatch” option that retries verification against the same master data. Enabling this option with the configuration software (ScannerSetting_2D) readies the scanner not for registering new master data but for reading a bar code again if the verification result is a mismatch. Disabling this option readies the scanner for registering new master data after bar code reading, no matter what the verification result is. Note: Any of the following events clears the master data stored in the scanner. - Turning the scanner power off. - Modifying the verification start position or the number of characters to verify. - Customizing the scanner by modifying the parameters with the configuration software (ScannerSetting_2D) or by scanning a batch-process OR code symbol. Note: The Data verification area can be selected from “Code type + code data” or “Code data only” with the configuration software (ScannerSetting_2D). 15 7.1.2 Specifying a verification object You can specify two types of verification objects--data string and data block. For data string verification, specify the verification start position and the number of characters to be verified. For data block verification, specify one of the data blocks delimited by commas in the CSV format. (1) Data string verification The scanner verifies data specified by the verification start position and the number of characters to be verified against the master data registered in the scanner, and then it outputs the verification result. The verification start position should be within the range of 1 to 999, and the number of characters* to be verified, within the range of 1 to 99. *The number of characters for Code 39 and Codabar (NW-7) symbols should be specified including start and stop codes. In any of the following cases, the verification results in a mismatch: 1) The verification data in the specified position does not match the master data. 2) The code type which the verification data belongs to is different from the one which the master data belongs to. See (Note) below. 3) All data specified is not included or no data is included within the specified range. (Examples)

Master data registered Verification start position No. of characters to be verified Data string read (Verification object) Result

345 3 3 00345 Match 345 3 3 00345678 Match 345 3 3 00346 Mismatch 345 3 3 0034 Mismatch (2) Data block verification If data is saved in the comma-delimited CSV format, the scanner verifies data in the specified data block against the master data registered in the scanner, and then outputs the verification result. The data block position should be within the range of 1 to 99. In any of the following cases, the verification results in a mismatch: 1) The verification data in the specified block does not match the master data. 2) The code type which the verification data belongs to is different from the one which the master data belongs to. See (Note) below. 3) All data specified is not included or no data is included within the specified block. 4) The data block to be verified exceeds 99 characters in length. (Examples) Master data

registered Position of data block to be verified Data block read (Verification object) Result

345 3 0,12,345,6789 Match 345 3 0,12,346,6789 Mismatch 345 3 0,12,3456,6789 Mismatch 345 3 0,12,34,6789 Mismatch 345 3 0,12 Mismatch (Note) Whether the code ID mark is matched or not is determined not by the combination of code ID marks Type 1 and Type 2 but by Type 1 only (refer to Chapter 9, Section 9.4). 16 7.1.3 Verification result output (1) Report of match/mismatch status You can select any of the following report types using the configuration software (ScannerSetting_2D). Selecting “Disable transmission” reports nothing. Setting If there is a match: If there is a mismatch: 1 Disable transmission. Disable transmission. 2 Enable code data transmission. Enable code data transmission. 3 Enable OK transmission. Enable NG transmission. (2) Beeper and indicator LED You can check whether the verification result is a match or mismatch with the beeper and indicator LED. When the beeper and indicator LED are enabled, they act as shown below. Beeper Indicator LED If there is a match: Emits a short beep. Lights in blue. If there is a mismatch: Emits a long beep. Lights in red. Output of the master data registered Scanning the “Output master data” code given below lets the scanner output the verification section of master data entered in the Data verification read procedure, together with the code ID mark. “Output master data” code 17 7.2 Editing Data You can edit and output code data read, in any of the four data edit modes--“data extraction mode,” “data substitution mode,” “data blocksorting mode” and “ADF script mode.” These data edit modes can be selected with the configuration software (ScannerSetting_2D). The default is “No editing.” Note: In the case of multi-line bar codes, unless all code ID marks read are matched, the data editing processing will result in an error regardless of whether or not the data read contains any error. Whether the code ID mark is matched is determined not by the combination of code ID marks but by Type 1 only (refer to Chapter 9, Section 9.4). Note: In the case of Structured Appended QR (iQR) Code, the scanner in edit mode or batch edit mode performs data editing processing upon completion of scanning of all split Code symbols; in non-edit mode, it performs each time a single split Code symbol is read. 7.2.1 Data extraction mode This mode offers three extraction choices--“data string,” “data block” and “AI (Application Identifier)-prefixed string” extractions from code data read and then outputs it. The “data block” extraction is available only when code data is in the comma-delimited CSV format. The “AI-prefixed string” extraction is available for GS1-128 (EAN-128), GS1 DataBar (RSS), and EAN.UCC Composite symbols (excluding linear components in a UPC/EAN Composite symbol). 7.2.1.1 Extracting a data string The scanner extracts a data string specified by the “Extraction start position” and “Extraction end position” from a code specified by the “Code type” and then outputs it in the data transmission format selected in the scanner (see Chapter 9, Section 9.4). The extraction conditions and extraction start and end positions are listed below. ④ Extraction conditions Extraction conditions Choices

“Code type” Any code QR Code iQR Code PDF417 Data Matrix MaxiCode Aztec UPC-A/EAN-13 UPC-E EAN-8 Code 128 GS1-128 (EAN-128) Codabar (NW-7) Code 39 Code 93 Interleaved 2of5 (ITF) Standard 2of5 (STF) GS1 DataBar (RSS) EAN.UCC Composite symbology

“Data transfer regardless of error result” Permit/Prohibit If the scanner fails to extract a data string or scans a code not specified by “Code type” when the “Data transfer regardless of error result” is permitted, then it outputs the data read as is without editing. 18 ④ Extraction start and end positions “Extraction start position” “Extraction end position”

Head position Tail position nth position nth position Tail position By n positions from the start position nth position

The n can be 1 through 9999. Note that if the extraction start position is specified as nth position, the extraction end position should be equal to or greater than the extraction start position. Note: The number of characters for Code 39 and Codabar (NW-7) symbols should be specified including start and stop codes. Example Code read: QR Code, Data: 12345, Header: STX, Terminator: ETX, Scanner ID: Disable, Code ID mark: Type 1, Transmission of the number of digits: Enable, Prefix/Suffix: None, BCC: Disable Extraction conditions Extraction start position Extraction end position Output data

“Code type”: QR Code “Data transfer regardless of error result”: Prohibit “Code type”: QR Code “Data transfer regardless of error result”: Permit “Code type”: PDF417 “Data transfer regardless of error result”: Prohibit “Code type”: PDF417 “Data transfer regardless of error result”: Permit Head position 3rd position [STX]Q0003123[ETX] Tail position 3rd position [STX]Q0003345[ETX] 1st position Tail position [STX]Q000512345[ETX] 1st position By 3 positions [STX]Q0003123[ETX] 2nd position 4th position [STX]Q0003234[ETX] Head position 6th position Error Tail position 6th position Error 6th position Tail position Error 6th position By 10 positions Error 1st position 6th position Error Head position 6th position [STX]Q000512345[ETX] Tail position 6th position [STX]Q000512345[ETX] 6th position Tail position [STX]Q000512345[ETX] 6th position By 10 positions [STX]Q000512345[ETX] 1st position 6th position [STX]Q000512345[ETX] Invalid if specified. Invalid if specified. Error Invalid if specified. Invalid if specified. [STX]Q000512345[ETX]

19 7.2.1.2 Extracting data blocks If data read is in the comma-delimited CSV format, the scanner extracts data blocks specified by the data block numbers from a code specified by the “Code type” and then outputs it in the data transmission format selected in the scanner (see Chapter 9, Section 9.4). The extraction conditions and data bock numbers are listed below. ④ Extraction conditions Extraction conditions Choices

“Code type” Any code QR Code iQR Code PDF417 Data Matrix MaxiCode Aztec UPC-A/EAN-13 UPC-E EAN-8 Code 128 GS1-128 (EAN-128) Codabar (NW-7) Code 39 Code 93 Interleaved 2of5 (ITF) Standard 2of5 (STF) GS1 DataBar (RSS) EAN.UCC Composite symbology

“Data transfer regardless of error result” Permit/Prohibit If the scanner fails to extract a data block or scans a code not specified by “Code type” when the “Data transfer regardless of error result” is permitted, then it outputs the data read as is without editing. ④ Data block numbers Each data block number should be within the range from 1 through 99. Up to three blocks can be extracted. 20 Example Code read: QR Code, Data: (See the table below.) Header: STX, Terminator: ETX, Scanner ID: Disable, Code ID mark: Disable, Transmission of the number of digits: Disable, Prefix/Suffix: None, BCC: Disable Extraction conditions Data read Data block numbers Output data

“Code type”: QR Code “Data transfer regardless of error result”: Prohibit “Code type”: QR Code “Data transfer regardless of error 1,23,456,7890 1, 2 and 3 [STX]1[ETX][STX]23[ETX][STX]456[ETX] 1,23,456,7890 3, 1 and 2 [STX]456[ETX][STX]1[ETX][STX]23[ETX] 1234567890 1 [STX]1234567890[ETX] 1,,23,456,7890 2 and 5 [STX][ETX][STX]7890[ETX] 1,23,456,7890 5 Error 1,23,456,7890 4 and 5 Error 1234567890 1 and 2 Error 1,23,456,7890 5 [STX]1,23,456,7890[ETX] 1,23,456,7890 4 and 5 [STX]1,23,456,7890[ETX]

result”: Permit 1234567890 1 and 2 [STX]1234567890[ETX] “Code type”: PDF417

“Data transfer regardless of error result”: Prohibit “Code type”: PDF417 “Data transfer regardless of error result”: Permit 1,23,456,7890 Invalid if specified. Error 1,23,456,7890 Invalid if specified. [STX]1,23,456,7890[ETX]

21 7.2.1.3 Extracting AI (Application Identifier)-prefixed strings If the scanner reads any of GS1-128 (EAN-128), GS1 DataBar (RSS), and EAN.UCC Composite symbols (excluding linear components in a UPC/EAN Composite symbol), it edits the data according to AIs and outputs it in the data transmission format selected in the scanner (see Chapter 9, Section 9.4). The “AI-prefixed string” extraction is available in two modes--AI-delimited mode and AI parenthesizing mode. AIs to be used for data editing are listed in (3) AI table later. (1) AI-delimited mode In this mode, the scanner extracts strings prefixed with AIs specified (up to three types of AIs) and separates them with the specified delimiters (selectable from headers/terminators, commas and tabs) instead of AIs to output them. ④ Extraction conditions Extraction conditions Choices “Data transfer regardless of error result” Permit/Prohibit If the scanner fails to extract an AI-prefixed string when the “Data transfer regardless of error result” is permitted, it outputs the data read as is without editing. ④ Delimiters Delimiters can be any of the following three--header/terminator, comma and tab. • Header/terminator Specifying a header/terminator as delimiters prefixes a header and suffixes a terminator to each element string separated. A scanner ID, code ID mark, the number of digits, prefix, and suffix can be also added to each element string if their transmissions are enabled. The number of digits is the count of each element string edited. Example Data read: (01)94901234567894(11)030808(13)030810 Header: STX, Terminator: ETX, Scanner ID: Disable, Code ID mark: Disable, Transmission of the number of digits: Enable, Prefix/Suffix: None, BCC: Disable AIs specified Output data 01,11,13 [STX]001494901234567894[ETX][STX]0006030808[ETX][STX]0006030810[ETX] • Comma Specifying a comma as delimiters outputs comma-delimited data. No comma follows the tail of the data. A header and terminator are added to the full string. None of a scanner ID, code ID mark, the number of digits, prefix, and suffix is added even if their transmissions are enabled. Example Data read: (01)94901234567894(11)030808(13)030810 Header: STX, Terminator: ETX, Scanner ID: Disable, Code ID mark: Disable, Transmission of the number of digits: Disable, Prefix/Suffix: None, BCC: Disable AIs specified Output data 01,11,13 [STX]94901234567894,030808,030810[ETX] • Tab (ASCII 09H (HT)) Specifying a tab as delimiters outputs tab-delimited data. No tab follows the tail of the data. A header and terminator are added to the full string. None of a scanner ID, code ID mark, the number of digits, prefix, and suffix is added even if their transmissions are enabled. Example Data read: (01)94901234567894(11)030808(13)030810 Header: STX, Terminator: ETX, Scanner ID: Disable, Code ID mark: Disable, Transmission of the number of digits: Disable, Prefix/Suffix: None, BCC: Disable AIs specified Output data 01,11,13 [STX]94901234567894[TAB]030808[TAB]030810[ETX] 22 Example Data read: (01)94901234567894(11)030808(13)030810(17)040208(17)040305 Header: STX, Terminator: ETX, Scanner ID: Disable, Code ID mark: Disable, Transmission of the number of digits: Disable, Prefix/Suffix: None, BCC: Disable Extraction conditions AIs specified Delimiter Output data

“Data transfer regardless of error result”: Prohibit “Data transfer regardless of error result”: Permit 01,11,17 [STX]94901234567894,030808,040208[ETX] Comma 17,11 [STX]040208,030808[ETX] 17,17 [STX]040208,040305[ETX] 12 Error 01,12 Error 01,01 Error 01,11,17 [STX]94901234567894,030808,040208[ETX] 17,11 [STX]040208,030808[ETX] 17,17 [STX]040208,040305[ETX] 12 01,12 01,01 (Note 1) Element strings will be output in the order of AIs specified. [STX]01949012345678941103080813030810170 4020817040305[ETX]

(Note 2) If data read contains two or more element strings prefixed with the same AI, those element strings will be output in the order arranged in that data read. (Note 3) If data read does not contain a string prefixed with the specified AI or it contains such data but its number of digits is more or less than the one defined for that AI, an error will result when the “Data transfer regardless of error result” is prohibited. 23 (2) AI parenthesizing mode In this mode, the scanner parenthesizes AIs contained in data read and outputs the edited data according to the extraction conditions. ④ Extraction conditions Extraction conditions Choices “Data transfer regardless of error result” Permit/Prohibit If the scanner fails to extract an AI-prefixed element string when the “Data transfer regardless of error result” is permitted, it outputs the data read as is without editing. Example Header: STX, Terminator: ETX, Scanner ID: Disable, Code ID mark: Disable, Transmission of the number of digits: Disable, Prefix/Suffix: None, BCC: Disable Extraction conditions Data read Output data

“Data transfer regardless of error result”: Prohibit “Data transfer regardless of error result”: Permit 0194901234567894110308081303 081017040208 0194901234567894110308081303 081061704020817040305 0194901234567894110308081303 081017040208 0194901234567894110308081303 081061704020817040305 [STX](01)94901234567894(11)030808(13)03 0810(17)040208[ETX] Error (Note 1) [STX](01)94901234567894(11)030808(13)03 0810(17)040208[ETX] [STX]01949012345678941103080813030 81061704020817040305[ETX]

(Note 1) Data from the head to element string 030810 prefixed with AI (13) can be normally extracted, but the following data (as underlined below) causes an error since it starts with 6 that cannot start any AI. (01)94901234567894(11)030808(13)03081061704020817040305 24 (3) AI table In the AI-prefixed string extraction, the scanner edits data according to the Application Identifiers (AIs) defined below. AI Format Description 00 n2+n18 Serial Shipping Container Code (SSCC) 01 n2+n14 Global Trade Item Number (GTIN) 02 n2+n14 GTIN of Trade Items Contained in a logistic unit (For Use with AI 37 Only) 03 n2+n14 Reserved. 04 n2+n16 Reserved. 10 n2+an..20 Batch or Lot Number 11 n2+n6 Production Date (YYMMDD) (*) 12 n2+n6 Due Date (YYMMDD) (*) 13 n2+n6 Packaging Date (YYMMDD) (*) 15 n2+n6 Best Before Date (YYMMDD) (*) 17 n2+n6 Expiration Date (YYMMDD) (*) 20 n2+n2 Product Variant 21 n2+an..20 Serial Number 22 n2+an..29 HIBCC (Health Industry Business Communication Council)--Quantity, Date, Batch, and Link 23n n3+n..19 Batch or Lot Number (Transitional Use) (**) 240 n3+an..30 Additional Product Identification Assigned by the Manufacturer 241 n3+an..30 Customer Part Number 250 n3+an..30 Secondary Serial Number 251 n3+an...30 Reference to Source Entity 252 n3+n27 Global Serial Number 30 n2+n..8 Quantity 310n n4+n6 Net Weight, Kilograms 311n n4+n6 Length or 1st Dimension, Meters 312n n4+n6 Width, Diameter, or 2nd Dimension, Meters 313n n4+n6 Depth, Thickness, Height, or 3rd Dimension, Meters 314n n4+n6 Area, Square Meters (***) 315n n4+n6 Volume, Liters (***) 316n n4+n6 Volume, Cubic Meters (***) 320n n4+n6 Net Weight, Pounds (***) 25 AI Format Description 321n n4+n6 Length or 1st Dimension, Inches (***) 322n n4+n6 Length or 1st Dimension, Feet (***) 323n n4+n6 Length or 1st Dimension, Yards (***) 324n n4+n6 Width, Diameter, or 2nd Dimension, Inches (***) 325n n4+n6 Width, Diameter, or 2nd Dimension, Feet (***) 326n n4+n6 Width, Diameter, or 2nd Dimension, Yards (***) 327n n4+n6 Depth, Thickness, Height, or 3rd Dimension, Inches (***) 328n n4+n6 Depth, Thickness, Height, or 3rd Dimension, Feet (***) 329n n4+n6 Depth, Thickness, Height, or 3rd Dimension, Yards (***) 330n n4+n6 Gross Weight, Kilograms (***) 331n n4+n6 Length or 1st Dimension, Meters, Logistics (***) 332n n4+n6 Width, Diameter, or 2nd Dimension, Meters, Logistics (***) 333n n4+n6 Depth, Thickness, Height, or 3rd Dimension, Meters, Logistics (***) 334n n4+n6 Area, Square Meters, Symbology (***) 335n n4+n6 Gross Volume, Liters (***) 336n n4+n6 Gross Volume, Cubic Meters (***) 337n n4+n6 Kilograms per Square Meter (pressure) (***) 340n n4+n6 Gross Weight, Pounds (***) 341n n4+n6 Length or 1st Dimension, Inches, Logistics (***) 342n n4+n6 Length or 1st Dimension, Feet, Logistics (***) 343n n4+n6 Length or 1st Dimension, Yards, Logistics (***) 344n n4+n6 Width, Diameter, or 2nd Dimension, Inches, Logistics (***) 345n n4+n6 Width, Diameter, or 2nd Dimension, Feet, Logistics (***) 346n n4+n6 Width, Diameter, or 2nd Dimension, Yards, Logistics (***) 347n n4+n6 Depth, Thickness, Height, or 3rd Dimension, Inches, Logistics (***) 348n n4+n6 Depth, Thickness, Height, or 3rd Dimension, Feet, Logistics (***) 349n n4+n6 Depth, Thickness, Height, or 3rd Dimension, Yards, Logistics (***) 350n n4+n6 Area, Square Inches (***) 351n n4+n6 Area, Square Feet (***) 352n n4+n6 Area, Square Yards (***) 353n n4+n6 Area, Square Inches, Logistics (***) 354n n4+n6 Area, Square Feet, Logistics (***) 26 AI Format Description 355n n4+n6 Area, Square Yards, Logistics (***) 356n n4+n6 Net Weight, Troy Ounces (***) 357n n4+n6 Net Volume, Ounces (***) 360n n4+n6 Volume, Quarts (***) 361n n4+n6 Volume, Gallons (***) 362n n4+n6 Gross Volume, Quarts (***) 363n n4+n6 Gross Volume, Gallons (***) 364n n4+n6 Volume, Cubic Inches (***) 365n n4+n6 Volume, Cubic Feet (***) 366n n4+n6 Volume, Cubic Yards (***) 367n n4+n6 Gross Volume, Cubic Inches (***) 368n n4+n6 Gross Volume, Cubic Feet (***) 369n n4+n6 Gross Volume, Cubic Yards (***) 37 n2+n..8 Quantity (For Use with AI 02 Only) 390n n4+n15 Amount Payable--Single Monetary Area 391n n4+n3+n15 Amount Payable and ISO Currency Code 392n n4+n15 Amount Payable for a Variable Measure Trade Item--Single Monetary Area 393n n4+n3+n15 Amount Payable for a Variable Measure Trade Item and ISO Currency Code 400 n3+an..30 Customer’s Purchase Order Number 401 n3+an..30 Consignment Number 402 n3+n17 Shipment Identification Number 403 n3+an..30 Routing Code 410 n3+n13 Ship to (Deliver to) EAN.UCC Global Location Number 411 n3+n13 Bill to (Invoice to) EAN.UCC Global Location Number 412 n3+n13 Purchased from EAN.UCC Global Location Number 413 n3+n13 Ship for (Deliver for) EAN.UCC Global Location Number 414 n3+n13 Identification of a Physical Location--EAN.UCC Global Location Number 415 n3+n13 EAN.UCC Global Location Number of the Invoicing Party 420 n3+an..20 Ship to (Deliver to) Postal Code Within a Single Postal Authority 421 n3+n3+an..9 Ship to (Deliver to) Postal Code with Three-Digit ISO Country Code Prefix 422 n3+n3 Country of Origin of a Trade Item 27 AI Format Description 423 n3+n15 Country of Initial Processing 424 n3+n3 Country of Processing 425 n3+n3 Country of Disassembly 426 n3+n3 Country of Final Processing 43 n2+n4+n7+an..10+n1 Carrier Assigned Tracking Number 7001 n4+n13 NATO Stock Number (NSN) 7002 n4+an..30 UN/ECE Meat Carcasses and Cuts Classification 7003 n4+n10 Effective term (YYMMDDHHMM) 7030 n4+n3+an..27 Approval Number of Processor with Three-Digit ISO Country Code, Butchery 7031 n4+n3+an..27 Approval Number of Processor with Three-Digit ISO Country Code, 1st Processing Place 703n n4+n3+an..27 Approval Number of Processor with Three-Digit ISO Country Code, 2nd to 9th Processing Places 8001 n4+n14 Roll Products--Width, Length, Core Diameter, Direction, and Splices 8002 n4+an..20 Cellular Mobile Telephone Identifier 8003 n4+n14+an..16 EAN.UCC Global Returnable Asset Identifier (GRAI) 8004 n4+an..30 EAN.UCC Global Individual Asset Identifier (GIAI) 8005 n4+n6 Price Per Unit of Measure 8006 n4+n14+n2+n2 Identification of the Component of a Trade Item 8007 n4+an30 International Bank Account Number (IBAN) 8008 n4+n6+n6 Date and Time of Production (YYMMDDHHMMSS) 8018 n4+n18 EAN.UCC Global Service Relation Number (GSRN) 8020 n4+an25 Payment Slip Reference Number 8100 n4+n1+n5 UPC Coupon Extended Code--Number System Character and Offer Code 8101 n4+n1+n5+n4 UPC Coupon Extended Code--Number System Character, Offer Code, and End of Offer Code 8102 n4+n1+n1 UPC Coupon Extended Code--Number System Character Preceded by Zero 90 n2+an..30 FACT Data Identifiers 91 n2+an..30 Company Internal Information--Company 92 n2+an..30 Company Internal Information--Company 93 n2+an..30 Company Internal Information--Company 94 n2+an..30 Company Internal Information--Company 28 AI Format Description 95 n2+an..30 Company Internal Information--Carrier 96 n2+an..30 Company Internal Information--Carrier 97 n2+an..30 Company Internal Information--Company 98 n2+an..30 Company Internal Information--Company 99 n2+an..30 Company Internal Information (*) To indicate only year and month, DD must be filled with “00.” (**) n indicates the length of data. (***) n indicates the decimal point position.

a a3 a..3 n n3 n..3 an an3 an..3 Alphabetic characters 3 alphabetic characters, fixed length Up to 3 alphabetic characters Numeric characters 3 numeric characters, fixed length Up to 3 numeric characters Alphanumeric characters 3 alphanumeric characters, fixed length Up to 3 alphanumeric characters

(Note 1) If the specified AI is variable in length and the number of digits in data read is less than the maximum number of digits defined for the AI, then the output contains data read up to a GS (1Dh). 29 7.2.2 Data substitution mode If the scanner reads a code specified by the “Code type” in this mode, it searches the data read for the specified string (max. 16 ASCII characters), substitutes it with the specified substitution string (max. 16 ASCII characters), and outputs it in the data transmission format selected in the scanner (see Chapter 9, Section 9.4). ④ Substitution conditions Substitution conditions Choices

“Code type” Any code QR Code iQR Code PDF417 Data Matrix MaxiCode Aztec UPC-A/EAN-13 UPC-E EAN-8 Code 128 GS1-128 (EAN-128) Codabar (NW-7) Code 39 Code 93 Interleaved 2of5 (ITF) Standard 2of5 (STF) GS1 DataBar (RSS) EAN.UCC Composite symbology

Search string and substitution string Max. 16 ASCII characters (00h to FFh) each Example Code read: PDF417, Data: 12345678, Header: STX, Terminator: ETX, Scanner ID: Disable, Code ID mark: Disable, Transmission of the number of digits: Disable, Prefix/Suffix: None, BCC: Disable Substitution condition Search string and Substitution string Output data

“Code type”: PDF417 2 → A 4 → B [STX]1A3B5678[ETX]

30 7.2.3 Data blocksorting mode The scanner splits code data read into a maximum of 5 blocks at the specified split positions, sorts those blocks in the specified order, and outputs it in the data transmission format selected in the scanner (see Chapter 9, Section 9.4). Note: The split position must be specified by the number of digits from the head of code data read. Specifying the number of digits exceeding that in the code data results in an error. ④ Blocksorting conditions Blocksorting conditions Choices

“Code type” Any code QR Code iQR Code PDF417 Data Matrix MaxiCode Aztec UPC-A/EAN-13 UPC-E EAN-8 Code 128 GS1-128 (EAN-128) Codabar (NW-7) Code 39 Code 93 Interleaved 2of5 (ITF) Standard 2of5 (STF) GS1 DataBar (RSS) EAN.UCC Composite symbology

Example Code read: Code 128, Data: 1234567890, Header: STX, Terminator: ETX, Scanner ID: Disable, Code ID mark: Disable, Transmission of the number of digits: 4 digits, Prefix/Suffix: None, BCC: Disable Split position Order of blocks Output data 3rd position, 8th position Block 2, 1, 3 [STX]K00104567812390[ETX] 3rd position, 8th position Block 1, 3 [STX]K000512390[ETX] 31 7.2.4 ADF script mode The ADF script refers to a simple program language designed for editing of data read. It enables the following functions. (1) Extracting data that is fixed or variable in length (2) Supporting Application Identifiers (AIs) in GS1-128 (EAN-128), GS1 DataBar (RSS) and EAN.UCC Composite symbols (3) Sorting data blocks into the specified order (4) Collating data for verification (5) Outputting same data repeatedly (6) Performing four arithmetic operations including residue calculation, e.g., transformation of units (7) Substituting data (8) Comparing character strings (9) Driving indicator LED and beeper The ADF script mode can be programmed with the configuration software (ScannerSetting_2D). To configure the scanner with the ADF script, transfer the script to the scanner or generate an ADF script QR code symbol with the configuration software (ScannerSetting_2D) and use the scanner to read the symbol. For the specifications and instructions for use of the ADF script, refer to the ADF Script User’s Guide. Note: The ADF script mode cannot be used together with any of other edit modes (data extraction mode, data substitution mode, and data blocksorting mode). 32 7.3 Point Scan Mode In the point scan mode, you can aim at a target code by matching up the marker with that code. If there is no code at the market or the scanner cannot detect the marker due to high levels of ambient lighting, the scanner cannot read anything. Make sure that the marker is actually pointing at the center of the code when scanning. If the marker is positioned over the area spanning the two codes, the scanner may alternately read these two codes.

*ABCDEFGHIJK-* *ABCDEFGHIJK-*

*01234567892* Appropriate reading Marker 7.4 Scanning a Mirror Image 2D Code *01234567892* Inappropriate reading Marker

If you enable the mirror image scanning with the configuration software (ScannerSetting_2D), the scanner can scan a mirror image 2D code as well as a normal image. Note that when the mirror image scanning is enabled, the time required for scanning may increase. 7.5 Scanning a Black-and-white Inverted Code The scanner usually scans a black-and-white normal code (black cells/bars on a white background). You can switch the scanner to scan a black-and-white inverted code (white cells/bars on a black background) or to scan both types of codes while automatically identifying them, using the QR-coded parameter menu or the configuration software (ScannerSetting_2D). Note that the automatic detection scanning may take more time than normal code or inverted code scanning. A black-and-white inverted code requires a black quiet zone of more than the number of cells defined in the code specifications. 33 7.6 Scanning Structured Appended QR (iQR) Code Symbols QR Code symbology can split data into a maximum of 16 blocks and encode each of them into a Structured Appended QR Code symbol (model 1 or 2) or Structured Appended iRQ Code symbol. Structured Appended Code scanning is possible only with the same Code model. The scanner can scan Structured Appended Code symbols and restore them to the original data string in edit mode, batch edit mode, and non-edit mode, which you can select using the QR-coded parameter menu or configuration software (ScannerSetting_2D). Edit mode The scanner accumulates and edits Structured Appended Code symbols read and then sends the edited data to the host computer. If the total data volume of Structured Appended Code symbols exceeds 8 kilobytes, a read error will result and the accumulated data will be discarded. Batch edit mode (for QR Code Model 1 and Model 2 only) If all the Structured Appended Code symbol which is split in less than four to be scanned lie within the readable area, the scanner reads them all once and then edits and sends them to the host computer. Non-edit mode Each time a single split Code symbol is read, the scanner sends the data read to the host computer. When scanning Structured Appended Code symbols, the scanner beeps in a different way from usual. That is, when the scanner reads the first split code, it beeps twice and enters the Structured Appended Code scanning mode. When the scanner completes the sequence of scanning, it beeps three times. Note: If you scan any non-split QR(iQR) Code symbol or a code other than a QR(iQR) Code symbol midway through a sequence of Structured Appended Code scanning, the scanner cancels the Structured Appended Code scanning, discards the Structured Appended Code data already scanned, and sends the code scanned last. Note: If the scanner switches to standby in the Auto-off mode (after approx. 5 seconds of holding down the trigger switch or by releasing the trigger switch within 5 seconds) or the Structured Appended Code scanning interval exceeds approx. 3 seconds in any trigger switch operating mode except Auto-off mode, then the scanner discards the data scanned and cancels the Structured Appended Code scanning sequence. Note: If you scan a Structured Appended Code symbol of any other Code before completion of the current scanning sequence, the scanner discards the data already scanned and starts a new scanning sequence. 34 7.7 Multi-line Barcode Scanning The scanner can scan up to 3 lines of bar codes in the readable area at any one time. You can specify the number of lines to be scanned, the data output order and output format using the configuration software (ScannerSetting_2D).* 7.7.1 Number of lines The number of lines allowed for multi-line barcode scanning is 2 or 3. This setting is essential. 7.7.2 Data output order You can specify the data output order by designating code types*1, heading characters*2, or the number of digits to be scanned*3. *1 Code types should be selected from readable bar codes you enable. This setting is essential. *2 Up to two heading characters can be specified. If a question mark (?) is specified, it acts as a wild card. This setting can be omitted. *3 The number of digits to be scanned varies depending upon the code type. This setting is essential. Note: The number of characters for Code 39 symbols should be specified including start and stop codes. 7.7.3 Output format You can select either the header/terminator- or comma-delimited output format. (1) Header/terminator-delimited output format Specifying this format allows the scanner to output multiple lines of barcode data in succession in the data transmission format selected (see Section 9.4) so that the headers and terminators act as delimiters. For UPC and EAN codes, the number of digits will be omitted. (2) Comma-delimited output format Specifying this format allows the scanner to output multiple lines of barcode data delimited with commas in the data transmission format selected (see Section 9.4). Note that the scanner outputs the code ID mark specified for the first line barcode and the number of digits including the delimiter commas. The number of digits will not be omitted even for UPC and EAN codes. Note 1: Bar code types specified for multi-line barcode scanning cannot be read individually. Note 2: In the point scan mode, the scanning conditions specified for multi-line barcode scanning are invalid so that the scanner scans barcodes individually. Note 3: The scanner cannot read multi-line barcodes of UPC/EAN with add-on. Note 4: If linear components in a UPC/EAN Composite symbol are specified for multi-line barcode scanning, EAN.UCC Composite symbols including the specified linear components cannot be read. 7.8 Scanning an SQRC (Security QR Code) Symbol An SQRC symbol refers to a security QR Code symbol that consists of public and nonpublic data. The nonpublic data can be read only when the encryption key configured in the scanner matches the one in the SQRC symbol. To read an SQRC symbol with the scanner, it is necessary to enable SQRC scanning (“SQRC symbols only” or “both SQRC symbols and QR Code symbols”) using the configuration software (ScannerSetting_2D). The following SQRC related parameters can be also specified--“Data transmission after mismatch of encryption key,” “Management of encryption key,” and “Data transmission of nonpublic data.” Note: SQRC scanning requires configuring an encryption key beforehand with the SQRC configuration software (SQRC Setting) separately prepared. 35 Chapter 8 Beeper, Indicator LED, Marker, and Illumination LEDs 8.1 Beeper (1) Beeping The scanner emits a short or long beeps, once or a couple of times as described below. The beeper emits a short beep when: - the scanner has read a code successfully, - code data read matches the master data in the Data verification mode, - the scanner has read a Structured Appended QR (iQR) Code symbol, - the “Start setting” or “End setting” code is read (3 beeps) or the parameter setting QR Code symbols are read (1 beep) from the QR-coded parameter menu (given in Chapter 12), - the configuration software (ScannerSetting_2D) starts up or accepts new settings (3 beeps), or - the scanner has read a batch-process QR Code symbol generated with the configuration software (ScannerSetting_2D) (3 beeps). The beeper emits a long beep when: - code data read does not match the master data in the Data verification mode, - the scanner has read Structured Appended QR (iQR) Code symbols in edit mode and the accumulated data exceeds 8 kilobytes, - a master code has the wrong number of digits during registration of master data, - a code other than a parameter setting code is read during parameter setting by the QR-coded parameter menu, - a transmission error or timeout occurred when the scanner was communicating with the configuration software (ScannerSetting_2D), - the encryption key of data read does not match the one configured in the scanner in SQRC scanning (when the “data transmission after mismatch of encryption key” is disabled), - a communications error has occurred, or - an invalid control command is received. When the scanner is turned on, the configuration software (ScannerSetting_2D) provides a choice of beeper ON/OFF (default: ON), but does not provide a choice of beeper tone. You can disable the beeper using the QR-coded parameter menu or configuration software (ScannerSetting_2D)*. In any of the following cases, however, the beeper sounds regardless of that beeper setting: - when you make settings by scanning the QR-coded parameter menu, - when the scanner receives a beeper-ON command from the host computer, - when the configuration software (ScannerSetting_2D) starts up or any setting you have made is established, - when the scanner reads a batch-process QR Code symbol, and - when the parameter values are saved by a PW command (refer to Appendix 2). (2) Adjusting the beeper volume You can adjust the beeper volume to three levels--high, medium and low--using the QR-coded parameter menu or configuration software (ScannerSetting_2D). The factory default is High. Each time the “Beeper volume” QR Code symbol is read, the beeper volume cycles as shown below. High Medium Low Even if the scanner is turned off, this setting will be retained. 36 8.2 Indicator LED The indicator LED lights or flashes in blue, green, or red as described below. The indicator LED lights in blue when: - the scanner has read a code successfully, - the “Start setting” or “End setting” code is read from the QR-coded parameter menu (given in Chapter 12), - the scanner starts or ends a sequence of Structured Appended QR (iQR) Code scanning, - the scanner has read a Structured Appended QR (iQR) Code symbol, - the parameter values are saved by a PW command (refer to Appendix 2), - code data read matches the master data in the Data verification mode, or - master data has been successfully registered in the Data verification mode. The indicator LED lights in green when: - the scanner is ready to register master data. The indicator LED lights in red when: - the scanner has received an abnormal control command, - the scanner has failed to edit data read, - code data read does not match the master data in the Data verification mode, - a master code has the wrong number of digits during registration of master data, - the scanner has read Structured Appended QR (iQR) Code symbols in edit mode and the accumulated data exceeds 8 kilobytes, - the scanner has failed to save parameter values specified with the configuration software (ScannerSetting_2D), QR-coded parameter menu, or control commands, - a code other than a parameter setting code is read during parameter setting by the QR-coded parameter menu, - a transmission error or timeout occurred when the scanner was communicating with the configuration software (ScannerSetting_2D), - a run-time error has occurred in ADF script, or - the trigger switch is pressed when the trigger switch control is disabled. The indicator LED flashes in red when: - no master data has been registered in the Data verification mode. The indicator LED lights in blue and green alternately when: - the interface has switched between the RS-232C and USB interfaces by turning the scanner power on with the trigger switch held down. 37 The indicator LED can be disabled with the QR-coded parameter menu or configuration software (ScannerSetting_2D). In any of the following cases, however, the indicator LED comes on regardless of the current LED setting. - When the scanner is being customized with the QR-coded parameter menu (Chapter 12), - When the scanner receives an LED-ON command (LB, LG or LR) from the host computer (refer to Appendix 2), - When the configuration software (ScannerSetting_2D) starts up or any setting is newly established, - When the scanner reads a batch-process QR Code symbol, - When the parameter values are saved by a PW command (refer to Appendix 2), - When the scanner is in the scanner entry mode (refer to control command “E” in Appendix 2), - When a master code is being registered or the registration is completed, - When any error has occurred during registration of a master code, - When the scanner has failed to save parameter values specified with the configuration software (ScannerSetting_2D), QR-coded parameter menu, or control commands, - When a run-time error has occurred in ADF script, or - When the trigger switch is pressed when the trigger switch control is disabled. 38 8.3 Marker The red marker LED lights up to indicate the approximate center of the reading area. The marker provides a choice of the three modes--normal marker mode, marker-OFF mode and marker-ON mode that can be selected by using the QR-coded parameter menu or the configuration software (ScannerSetting_2D). (1) Normal marker mode When the trigger switch is in the Auto-off mode or auto-off state of the Auto stand mode When the scanner is ready to scan (that is, within approx. 5 seconds from the depression of the trigger switch or until completion of reading from that), the marker LED remains on. If you release the trigger switch when the scanner is ready, the marker LED will go off. When the trigger switch is in the Momentary switching mode or Alternate switching mode: In the momentary switching mode, holding down the trigger switch turns on the marker LED. When the scanner is ready to scan (that is, while the trigger switch is held down in the momentary switching mode or when the scanner is ready to scan in the alternate switching mode), the marker LED remains on. When the scanner is on standby (that is, the trigger switch is released in the momentary switching mode or when the scanner is on standby in the alternate switching mode), the marker LED will go off. When the trigger switch is in the Momentary switching mode (Reverse Type): In the momentary switching mode (Reverse Type), the marker remains on while the trigger switch is in the released position. When the scanner is ready to scan (that is, the trigger switch is released in the momentary switching mode reverse type), the marker LED remains on. When the scanner is on standby (that is, while the trigger switch is held down in the momentary switching mode reverse type), the marker LED will go off. In the Continuous reading mode 1 or 2: Turning the scanner on activates the marker and keeps it on. If the scanner receives the Z, READOFF or LOFF command, it turns off the marker LED; if it receives the R, READON or LON command, it keeps the marker LED on. In the Auto sensing mode or auto sense state of the Auto stand mode When the scanner senses a code coming into the readable area and becomes ready to scan, it automatically turns on the marker LED. After approx. 3 seconds from completion of scanning or if scanning is not completed within approx. 3 seconds, the scanner switches to standby and turns off the marker LED. (2) Marker-OFF mode The marker LED will not come on under any conditions. (3) Marker-ON mode When the scanner switches to standby, the marker LED is turned on for approx. 30 seconds. When it is ready to scan, the marker LED remains on. 8.4 Illumination LEDs When the scanner is ready to scan, the illumination LEDs flash. The illumination LEDs provide the two choices--ON, OFF by using the configuration software (ScannerSetting_2D). Enable or disable of “Power save mode” can be selected. The default setting is “Disable”. When “Power save mode” is enabled, 20% power consumption is saved by less brightness of the illumination LEDs. (Note) When “Power save mode” is enabled, a reading distance may be shorter under 500 lx ambient illumination. 39 Chapter 9 Communication 9.1 RS-232C Interface With the RS-232C interface being selected, the scanner uses asynchronous data transmission and communicates with the host computer or external equipment via the RS-232C. You can set various communications conditions using the QR-coded parameter menu or configuration software (ScannerSetting_2D). Code data read is transferred in the following format. (1) Communications protocol You can select either non-acknowledge mode or ACK/NAK mode. Non-acknowledge mode (default) If the CTS signal is at a high level (Enable transmission), the scanner transmits code data read. Note: The configuration software (ScannerSetting_2D) provides CTS timeout settings from 100 ms to 9.9 s in 100-ms increments and two CTS signal control choices Yes and No. ACK/NAK mode If the CTS signal is at high level (Enable transmission), the scanner transmits code data read. After that, the scanner waits for and then processes a response. If the response is an ACK, the scanner normally ends the transmission; if it is a NAK, the scanner transmits the code data again. Note: The configuration software (ScannerSetting_2D) provides CTS timeout and ACK/NAK response settings each from 100 ms to 9.9 s in 100-ms increments. (2) RTS signal control protocol You can select either the scanner ready mode or the data ready mode. Scanner ready mode (default) The RTS signal goes High and stays at a high level when the scanner is ready to communicate at power on. Make sure that the RTS signal is at a high level when transmitting a command from the host to the scanner. Data ready mode The RTS signal goes High before the scanner transmits data to the host and goes Low after the data transmission is completed. Commands can be transmitted from the host to the scanner regardless of the level of the RTS signal. However, there is a short time when commands cannot be transmitted to the scanner after power has been turned on. (3) Transmission speed There are six transmission speeds available, ranging from 4800 bps to 115200 bps (default: 38400 bps). (4) Characters Characters that the scanner transfers are all ASCII codes. The frame format has the following parameters. Data bits: 7 bits or 8 bits (default) Parity: Odd, Even, or None (default) Stop bits: 1 bit (default) or 2 bits Note: When data contains binary data or 2-byte codes, selecting “7 bits” for the data bits transfers the 2-byte codes with the most significant bits trimmed. 40 9.2 USB-COM Interface This scanner is compliant with USB 1.1 (Universal Serial Bus Specification Revision 1.1). Installing the dedicated Active USB-COM port driver to the host computer allows the USB-COM interface to operate in communications applications using the conventional serial port. Note: Entering data transferred from the scanner via the USB-COM interface directly to application (e.g., Access, Excel, and Internet Explorer) running on the host computer requires the keyboard interface software(QR_kbif)*. As shown below, the QR_kbif converts the data read into the keying format and passes it to applications in the manner as if it is coming from the keyboard. It is, therefore, possible for applications capable of accepting keyed data to handle the data read by the scanner. * Registered users can download the keyboard interface software (QR_kbif) from QBdirect, their customer support section on the Denso Wave website at no extra charge. For further details on QBdirect or to register, visit the following URL. qbdirect.net Device Application Keyboard

Scanner ④ Notes for use Keyboard input data Keyboard interface software (QR_kbif) Access, Excel, Internet Explorer etc.

• In such a case, reboot the host computer, open the Device Manager, and check the COM port number actually assigned by OS before use. • If you want to use two or more communications processors (software) or scanners concurrently on your computer, be sure to assign a unique COM port number to each of them. • If the host computer switches to the suspend mode when any communications software is running and recovers from that suspend mode, the software may freeze in some computers. Quit and restart the software. • It is not necessary to make settings such as transmission speed, data bits, parity, and stop bits (which are required for communications software using a conventional serial port) since the USB interface ignores those settings. The flow control should be set to “Hardware (RTS/CTS)” or “None.” • The virtual COM port on the computer and the scanner are connected with each other as shown below. Computer Scanner

TxD RxD RTS CTS DTR DSR DCD RxD TxD CTS

41 ④ Communications protocol You can select either non-acknowledge mode or ACK/NAK mode. Non-acknowledge mode (default) If the CTS signal is at a high level (Enable transmission), the scanner transmits code data read. Note: The configuration software (ScannerSetting_2D) provides a choice of CTS timeout settings from 100 ms to 9.9 s in 100-ms increments and two CTS signal control choices Yes and No. ACK/NAK mode If the CTS signal is at high level (Enable transmission), the scanner transmits code data read. After that, the scanner waits for and then processes a response. If the response is an ACK, the scanner normally ends the transmission; if it is a NAK, the scanner transmits the code data again. Note: The configuration software (ScannerSetting_2D) provides a choice of CTS timeout and ACK/NAK response time settings each from 100 ms to 9.9 s in 100-ms increments. ④ Remote wake-up You can cancel the standby state of the host by pressing the scanner’s trigger switch (enabled at default). Select either ON or OFF of the remote wake-up. Note: You cannot use the remote wake-up function if: ・ The host does not support the remote wake-up. ・ The remote wake-up is disabled by the scanner setting. 42 9.3 USB Keyboard Interface The USB keyboard interface requires no dedicated device driver. Data read by the scanner can be entered to the cursor position in your application. The USB keyboard interface operates in conformity with the following: - Universal Serial Bus (USB) Device Class Definition for Human Interface Devices (HID) Version 1.11 - Universal Serial Bus (USB) HID Usage Tables Version 1.11 keyboard (1) CAPS Lock state Select the CAPS Lock ON or OFF to match the state of the connected keyboard. (Default: CAPS Lock OFF) (2) Keyboard type Select the type of the connected keyboard. (Default: Type 106, Japanese) (3) Numeric data transmission format Select the “inboard numeric keys” or “numeric keypad” on the connected keyboard. (Default: Inboard numeric keys) (4) Binary conversion Select the conversion type to be applied to data read, from the following: - “No conversion” (ASCII) (default) : Outputs 00h to 7Fh data in ASCII format bytewise. Selecting this parameter does not output 80h to FFh data. - “Binary conversion” : Converts 00h to FFh data to binary format and outputs it bytewise. - “Kanji conversion” : Converts 00h to FFh data to Shift-JIS format and outputs it, two bytes at a time. If there is any data to which this Kanji conversion cannot apply, it converts such data to binary format and outputs it bytewise instead. Binary conversion format Output data Note No conversion No output Scanning complete operation only.

Binary conversion 8Ah BFh 8Eh 9Ah Assigned characters Output with binary data 1 byte by 1 byte

Kanji conversion “Kanji” Output with Kanji conversion (Note) Note that some applications may fail to output converted data as it is displayed. (5) Data transmission interval Select the data transmission interval to be applied when the scanner sends data read to the host computer. There are seven choices from 1 ms to 100 ms (default: 10 ms). (6) Remote wake-up You can cancel the standby state of the host by pressing the scanner’s trigger switch (enabled at default). Select either ON or OFF of the remote wake-up. Note: You cannot use the remote wake-up function if: ・ The host does not support the remote wake-up. ・ The remote wake-up is disabled by the scanner setting. 43 9.4 Communication Format ④ Data transmission format Select one of the following two data transmission formats. No. of digits Header Scanner Code ID mark Prefixn1 n2 n3 n4 Code data Suffix Terminator BCC ID No. of digits Header Scanner ID Prefix Code ID mark n1 n2 n3 n4 Code data Suffix Terminator BCC (1) Header/Terminator The following choices are available. RS-232C interface, USB-COM interface Header: None (default), STX, or user-defined one Terminator: CR (default), none, LF, CR/LF, ETX, or user-defined one USB keyboard interface Header: None (default), TAB, ESC, ENTER or others Terminator: None, TAB, ESC, ENTER (default) or others For details, refer to Chapter 11. (2) Scanner ID A scanner ID is a unique serial number assigned to an individual scanner at the time of shipment. It consists of six numerals. (3) Prefix/Suffix A prefix or suffix consists of up to eight ASCII characters (00h to FFh). You can set a prefix or suffix with the configuration software (ScannerSetting_2D). (Default: No prefix or suffix) (4) BCC The Block Character Check (BCC) exclusive-ORs all bits at the same bit level in characters following the header and preceding the terminator in a transmission block to generate a horizontal parity byte to be transferred in a binary code. The BCC can be enabled or disabled. If no header is prefixed or the USB keyboard interface is selected, no BCC will be transferred. 44 (5) Code ID mark This optional field specifies the code system. It offers ten combinations with five code ID marks (Type 1, Type 2, Type 3, Type 4, and user-defined) and two output modes (coupling and separating) as listed below. You can also select whether or not to transmit the code ID mark. (Default: No transmission) (1/2) Code ID mark Code type Type 1 Type 2 Coupling Separating Coupling Separating

2D codes QR Code Q Q

Structured Appended QR Code Edit mode Q Q Batch edit mode Q Q Non-edit mode S S

MicroQR Code Q Q SQRC Q Q iQR Code G G Structured Edit mode G G Appended iQR Code Non-edit mode S S MaxiCode X X PDF417 Y Y MicroPDF417 Y Y Data Matrix Square Z Z Rectangular Z Z Aztec J J 45

Bar codes UPC-A (1/2) Code ID mark Code type Type 1 Type 2 Coupling Separating Coupling Separating Without add-on A A With 2-digit Linear component A A add-on Add-on None None

With 5-digit Linear component A A

UPC-E add-on Add-on None None Without add-on C E With 2-digit Linear component C E add-on Add-on None None

With 5-digit Linear component C E

EAN-13 add-on Add-on None None Without add-on A F With 2-digit Linear component A F add-on Add-on None None

With 5-digit Linear component A F

EAN-8 add-on Add-on None None Without add-on B FF With 2-digit Linear component B FF add-on Add-on None None

With 5-digit Linear component B FF

add-on Add-on None None Interleaved 2of5 I I Standard 2of5(short) H H Standard 2of5(normal) H H Code 39 M M Code 39 Full ASCII M M Codabar (NW-7) N N Code 128 K K GS1-128 (EAN-128) W W Code 93 L L GS1 DataBar (RSS) (Note 1) R R 46

EAN.UCC Composite symbols (1/2) Code ID mark Code type Type 1 Type 2 Coupling Separating Coupling Separating RSS RSS V R V R (Note 1) CC-A RSS (Note 1) CC-B CC-A, CC-B None Y (Note 2) None Y (Note 2)

UPC-A CC-A, UPC-A CC-B UPC-A Without add-on V A V A Linear With V A V A

2-digit component

add-on Add-on None None None None

With 5-digit Linear component V A V A

add-on Add-on None None None None CC-A, CC-B None Y (Note 2) None Y (Note 2)

EAN-13 CC-A, EAN-13 CC-B EAN-13 Without add-on V A V F Linear With V A V F

2-digit component

add-on Add-on None None None None

With 5-digit Linear component V A V F

add-on Add-on None None None None CC-A, CC-B None Y (Note 2) None Y (Note 2)

UPC-E CC-A, UPC-E CC-B UPC-E Without add-on V C V E Linear With V C V E

2-digit component

add-on Add-on None None None None

With 5-digit Linear component V C V E

add-on Add-on None None None None CC-A, CC-B None Y (Note 2) None Y (Note 2)

EAN-8 CC-A, EAN-8 CC-B EAN-8 Without add-on V B V FF Linear With V B V FF

2-digit component

add-on Add-on None None None None

With 5-digit Linear component V B V FF

EAN-128 CC-A, EAN-128 CC-B, add-on Add-on None None None None CC-A, CC-B None Y (Note 2) None Y (Note 2) GS1-128 (EAN-128) V W V W

EAN-128 CC-C CC-A, CC-B, CC-C None Y (Note 2) None Y (Note 2) 47

2D codes (2/2) Code ID mark Code type Type 3 Type 4 (Note 3) Coupling Separating Coupling Separating QR Code P01 ]Qm

Structured Appended QR Code Edit mode P01 ]Qm Batch edit mode P01 ]Qm Non-edit mode P01 S (Note 4)

MicroQR Code P01 Q (Note 4) SQRC P01 Q (Note 4) iQR Code G ]Qm Edit mode G Structured ]Qm Appended iQR Code Non-edit mode S S MaxiCode P02 ]Um PDF417 X ]L0 MicroPDF417 X ]L0 Data Matrix Square P00 ]dm Rectangular P00 ]dm Aztec z ]zm 48

Bar codes UPC-A (2/2) Code ID mark Code type Type 3 Type 4 (Note 3) Coupling Separating Coupling Separating Without add-on A ]X0 With 2-digit Linear component A ]X3 ]X0 add-on Add-on None None ]X1 (Note 2)

With 5-digit Linear component A ]X3 ]X0

UPC-E add-on Add-on None None ]X2 (Note 2) Without add-on A ]X0 With 2-digit Linear component A ]X3 ]X0 add-on Add-on None None ]X1 (Note 2)

With 5-digit Linear component A ]X3 ]X0

EAN-13 add-on Add-on None None ]X2 (Note 2) Without add-on A ]E0 With 2-digit Linear component A ]E3 ]E0 add-on Add-on None None ]E1 (Note 2)

With 5-digit Linear component A ]E3 ]E0

EAN-8 add-on Add-on None None ]E2 (Note 2) Without add-on A ]E4 With 2-digit Linear component A ]E5 ]E4 add-on Add-on None None ]E1 (Note 2)

With 5-digit Linear component A ]E6 ]E4

add-on Add-on None None ]E2 (Note 2) Interleaved 2of5 F ]Im Standard 2of5(short) G ]R0 Standard 2of5(normal) G ]S0 Code 39 B ]Am Code 39 Full ASCII B ]Am Codabar (NW-7) C ]Fm Code 128 D ]Cm GS1-128 (EAN-128) K ]C1 Code 93 E ]G0 GS1 DataBar (RSS) (Note 1) R ]e0 49

EAN.UCC Composite symbols (2/2) Code ID mark Code type Type 3 Type 4 (Note 3) Coupling Separating Coupling Separating RSS RSS T R ]e0 (Note 1) CC-A RSS (Note 1) CC-B CC-A, CC-B None X (Note 2) None

UPC-A CC-A, UPC-A CC-B UPC-A Without add-on T A ]X0 Linear With T A ]X3 ]X0 2-digit component add-on Add-on None None None ]X1 (Note 2)

With 5-digit Linear component T A ]X3 ]X0

add-on Add-on None None None ]X2 (Note 2) CC-A, CC-B None X (Note 2) ]e0 (Note 2)

EAN-13 CC-A, EAN-13 CC-B EAN-13 Without add-on T A ]E0 Linear With T A ]E3 ]E0 2-digit component add-on Add-on None None None ]E1 (Note 2)

With 5-digit Linear component T A ]E3 ]E0

add-on Add-on None None None ]E2 (Note 2) CC-A, CC-B None X (Note 2) ]e0 (Note 2)

UPC-E CC-A, UPC-E CC-B UPC-E Without add-on T A ]X0 Linear With T A ]X3 ]X0 2-digit component add-on Add-on None None None ]X1 (Note 2)

With 5-digit Linear component T A ]X3 ]X0

add-on Add-on None None None ]X2 (Note 2) CC-A, CC-B None X (Note 2) ]e0 (Note 2)

EAN-8 CC-A, EAN-8 CC-B EAN-8 Without add-on T A ]E4 Linear With T A ]E5 ]E4 2-digit component add-on Add-on None None None ]E1 (Note 2)

With 5-digit Linear component T A ]E6 ]E4

EAN-128 CC-A, EAN-128 CC-B, add-on Add-on None None None ]E2 (Note 2) CC-A, CC-B None X (Note 2) ]e0 (Note 2) GS1-128 (EAN-128) T K ]e0

EAN-128 CC-C CC-A, CC-B, CC-C None X (Note 2) None 50 (Note 1) GS1 DataBar (RSS) represents: RSS-14 (GS1 DataBar Omnidirectional), RSS-14 Truncated (GS1 DataBar Truncated), RSS-14 Limited (GS1 DataBar Limited), RSS-14 Stacked (GS1 DataBar Stacked), RSS Expanded (GS1 DataBar Expanded), RSS-14 Stacked Omnidirectional (GS1 DataBar Stacked Omnidirectional), and RSS Expanded Stacked (GS1 DataBar Expanded Stacked). (Note 2) These code ID marks are contained in code data. (Note 3) Type 4 is a code ID mark system compliant with the AIM USA “Guidelines on Symbology Identifiers.” The “m” suffix is a modifier character that differs depending upon options of individual symbologies as defined below. “m”

Code Type (Modifier character) Options

2D codes QR Code 0 Model 1 1 Model 2

iQR Code A No FNC1 in the 1st character positions from start code C FNC1 in the 1st character positions from start code E FNC1 in the 2nd character positions from start code

MaxiCode 0 mode 4, mode 5 1 mode 2, mode 3

Bar codes Data Matrix Aztec Interleaved 2of5 Code 39 Code 39 Full ASCII Codabar Code 128 1 ECC-200 2 ECC-200 (FNC1 in the 1st or 5th character position from start code) 3 ECC-200 (FNC1 in the 2nd or 6th character position from start code) 0 No options 1 FNC1 preceding the 1st message character 2 FNC1 subsequent to the 1st character or digit pair 0 Scanning enabled, without a check digit 1 Scanning enabled, with a check digit (Check digit transmission enabled) 3 Scanning enabled, with a check digit (Check digit transmission disabled) 0 Scanning enabled, without a check digit 1 Scanning enabled, with a check digit (Check digit transmission enabled) 3 Scanning enabled, with a check digit (Check digit transmission disabled) 0 Scanning enabled, without a check digit 1 Scanning enabled, with a check digit (Check digit transmission enabled) 3 Scanning enabled, with a check digit (Check digit transmission disabled) 0 No FNC1 in the 1st and 2nd character positions from start code 2 FNC1 in the 2nd character position from start code

Example: The code ID mark for Interleaved 2of5 with option “Scanning enabled, with a check digit (Check digit transmission disabled)” is ]I3. ]: Flag character (ASCII 93h) I: Code character (Interleaved 2of5) 3: Modifier character (See the table above.) (Note 4) For code ID marks not compliant with the AIM USA “Guidelines on Symbology Identifiers,” same characters as ones defined in Type 1 apply. 51 (6) Number of digits This optional field specifies whether or not to transmit the number of digits (2 or 4 bytes) of code data to transmit or disables the transmission (default). Note that UPC and EAN codes (except GS1-128 (EAN-128)) skip this field. 4 digits (4 byte) transmission n1 : thousands (0 to 9) n2 : hundreds (0 to 9) n3 : tens (0 to 9) n4 : units (0 to 9) 2 digits (2 byte) transmission n1 : tens (0 to 9) n2 : units (0 to 9) (7) Code data The data format for each symbology is described below. QR Code / MicroQR Code / iQR Code Code data read will be transmitted as is. Structured Appended QR Code / Structured Appended iQR Code In edit mode and batch edit mode(Sprit QR Code only): The scanner edits code data read and then transmits it. It does not transmit the code number, number of splits, or parity. In non-edit mode: The scanner transmits the code number, the number of splits, parity, and code data read. The code number and the number of splits are 1 byte each and the parity, 2 bytes in hexadecimal format. SQRC Code data read will be transmitted as is. When “Enable transmission of disclosed data only” is selected in “SQRC Encryption key match”, it transmits only non-disclosure data. X1 X2 ・・・Xn-1 Xn Y1 Y2 ・・・Ym-1 Ym Xn:Disclosure data Ym:Non-disclosure data When “Disclosure data plus non-disclosure data” is selected, the following format applies. X1 X2 ・・・Xn-1 Xn Y1 Y2 ・・・Ym-1 Ym When “Transmit only non-disclosure data” is selected, the following format applies. Y1 Y2 ・・・Ym-1 Ym PDF417, MicroPDF417, MaxiCode Data Matrix and Aztec Code data read will be transmitted as is. 52 UPC-A You can select whether or not to transmit the padding character “0,” number system character “S,” and a check digit to the host. Disabling the transmission of the number system character “S” automatically disables the transmission of the padding character “0.” The conversion to the GTIN format is selectable. For the GTIN format conversion, refer to Section 9.5. When the conversion to the GTIN format is disabled, the following format applies. 0 S X1 X2 X3 X4 X5 X6 X7 X8 X9 X10 C/D 0: Padding character for adjustment of the data length S: Number system character UPC-A with add-on A code ID mark precedes add-on code data under the conditions “Code ID mark: Type 4” and “Code ID mark output mode: Separating.” (For details about the code ID mark, refer to (5) Code ID mark.) The conversion to the GTIN format is selectable. For the GTIN format conversion, refer to Section 9.5. When the conversion to the GTIN format is disabled, the following formats apply. With 2-digit add-on: 0 S X1 X2 X3 X4 X5 X6 X7 X8 X9 X10 C/D X11 X12 With 5-digit add-on: 0 S X1 X2 X3 X4 X5 X6 X7 X8 X9 X10 C/D X11 X12 X13 X14 X15 0: Padding character for adjustment of the data length S: Number system character X11-15: Add-on code data 53 UPC-E You can select whether or not to transmit the padding character “0,” number system character “S,” and a check digit to the host. Disabling the transmission of the number system character “S” automatically disables the transmission of the padding character “0.” The conversion to the GTIN format or to the UPC-A are selectable. For the GTIN format conversion, refer to Section 9.5. When the conversion to the GTIN format is disabled, the following formats apply. - Conversion to UPC-A disabled X1 X2 X3 X4 X5 X6 C/D - Conversion to UPC-A enabled X6=0-2 0 S X1 X2 X6 0 0 0 0 X3 X4 X5 C/D X6=3 0 S X1 X2 X3 0 0 0 0 0 X4 X5 C/D X6=4 0 S X1 X2 X3 X4 0 0 0 0 0 X5 C/D X6=5-9 0 S X1 X2 X3 X4 X5 0 0 0 0 X6 C/D 0: Padding character for adjustment of the data length S: Number system character UPC-E with add-on A code ID mark precedes add-on code data under the conditions “Code ID mark: Type 4” and “Code ID mark output mode: Separating.” (For details about the code ID mark, refer to (5) Code ID mark) The conversion to the GTIN format or to the UPC-A are selectable. For the GTIN format conversion, refer to Section 9.5. When the conversion to the GTIN format is disabled, the following formats apply. With 2-digit add-on: - Conversion to UPC-A disabled 0 X1 X2 X3 X4 X5 X6 C/D X7 X8 - Conversion to UPC-A enabled X6=0-2 0 S X1 X2 X6 0 0 0 0 X3 X4 X5 C/D X7 X8 X6=3 0 S X1 X2 X3 0 0 0 0 0 X4 X5 C/D X7 X8 X6=4 0 S X1 X2 X3 X4 0 0 0 0 0 X5 C/D X7 X8 X6=5-9 0 S X1 X2 X3 X4 X5 0 0 0 0 X6 C/D X7 X8 With 5-digit add-on: - Conversion to UPC-A disabled 0 X1 X2 X3 X4 X5 X6 C/D X7 X8 X9 X10 X11 - Conversion to UPC-A enabled X6=0-2 0 S X1 X2 X6 0 0 0 0 X3 X4 X5 C/D X7 X8 X9 X10 X11 X6=3 0 S X1 X2 X3 0 0 0 0 0 X4 X5 C/D X7 X8 X9 X10 X11 X6=4 0 S X1 X2 X3 X4 0 0 0 0 0 X5 C/D X7 X8 X9 X10 X11 X6=5-9 0 S X1 X2 X3 X4 X5 0 0 0 0 X6 C/D X7 X8 X9 X10 X11 0: Padding character for adjustment of the data length S: Number system character X7-11: Add-on code data 54 EAN-13 You can select whether or not to transmit the two prefix characters “P1” and “P2” and a check digit to the host. The conversion to the ISBN/ISSN format is selectable. Enabling the conversion allows EAN-13 code with prefix characters 978 or 979 to be converted into the ISBN format, and EAN-13 code with prefix characters 977, into the ISSN format. The conversion to the GTIN format is also selectable. For the GTIN format conversion, refer to Section 9.5. When the conversion to the GTIN format is disabled, the following formats apply. - Conversion to ISBN/ISSN disabled P1 P2 P3 X1 X2 X3 X4 X5 X6 X7 X8 X9 C/D Pn: Prefix characters - Conversion to ISBN/ISSN enabled To the ISBN format X1 X2 X3 X4 X5 X6 X7 X8 X9 C/D (*1) To the ISSN format X1 X2 X3 X4 X5 X6 X7 C/D (*1) (*1) Check digits in the ISBN/ISSN format are calculated (MOD-11) and transferred to the host. EAN-13 with add-on A code ID mark precedes add-on code data under the conditions “Code ID mark: Type 4” and “Code ID mark output mode: Separating.” (For details about the code ID mark, refer to (5) Code ID mark) The conversion to the GTIN format is selectable. For the GTIN format conversion, refer to Section 9.5. When the conversion to the GTIN format is disabled, the following formats apply. With 2-digit add-on: P1 P2 P3 X1 X2 X3 X4 X5 X6 X7 X8 X9 C/D X10 X11 With 5-digit add-on: P1 P2 P3 X1 X2 X3 X4 X5 X6 X7 X8 X9 C/D X10 X11 X12 X13 X14 Pn: Prefix characters X10-14: Add-on code data EAN-8 You can select whether or not to transmit a check digit to the host. The conversion to EAN-13 is selectable. The conversion to the GTIN format is also selectable. For the GTIN format conversion, refer to Section 9.5. When the conversion to the GTIN format is disabled, the following formats apply. - Conversion to EAN-13 disabled P1 P2 P3 X1 X2 X3 X4 C/D - Conversion to EAN-13 enabled 0 0 0 0 0 P1 P2 P3 X1 X2 X3 X4 C/D Pn: Prefix characters 55 EAN-8 with add-on A code ID mark precedes add-on code data under the conditions “Code ID mark: Type 4” and “Code ID mark output mode: Separating.” (For details about the code ID mark, refer to (5) Code ID mark) The conversion to the GTIN format is selectable. For the GTIN format conversion, refer to Section 9.5. When the conversion to the GTIN format is disabled, the following formats apply. With 2-digit add-on: P1 P2 P3 X1 X2 X3 X4 C/D X5 X6 With 5-digit add-on: P1 P2 P3 X1 X2 X3 X4 C/D X5 X6 X7 X8 X9 Pn: Prefix characters X5-9: Add-on code data Code 39 Code data read will be transmitted as is. You can select whether or not to transmit start and stop codes (“*”). Interleaved 2of5, Standard 2of5 The scanner transmits code data read, starting from the character following the start code to the one preceding the stop code. No start/stop codes will be transmitted. Codabar (NW-7) The scanner transmits code data read including the start/stop codes. You can select whether or not to transmit start/stop codes. Code 128 (GS1-128(EAN-128 )) The scanner transmits code data read, starting from the character following the start code to the one preceding the check digit. Start/stop codes, FNC codes, or check digit will not be transmitted. Note that FNC1 placed in character positions other than the 1st and 2nd ones from the start code will be converted to GS (1Dh) and transferred, and can be selectable from either transferred or user selection. The conversion to the GTIN format is also selectable. For the GTIN format conversion, refer to Section 9.5. Code 93 The scanner transmits code data read, excluding start and stop codes and a check digit. 56 GS1 DataBar (RSS) Code data read will be transmitted as is. FNC1 of GS1 DataBar Expanded (RSS Expanded) will be converted to GS(1Dh) and can be selectable from either transferred or user selection. The conversion to the GTIN format is also selectable. For the GTIN format conversion, refer to Section 9.5. GS1 DataBar (RSS) Composite symbols Code data read will be transmitted as is. Under the conditions “Code ID mark: Type 1” and “Code ID mark output mode: Separating,” a separator (GS: 1Dh) and 2D code ID mark are inserted between the linear component and 2D Composite component. (For details about the code ID mark, refer to (5) Code ID mark) Under the conditions “Code ID mark: Type 4” and “Linear component length (RSS/EAN-128): Variable,” a separator (GS: 1Dh) is inserted between the linear component and 2D Composite component. UPC/EAN Composite symbols Code data read will be transmitted as is. You can select whether or not to transmit a check digit of the linear component (UPC/EAN). Under the conditions “Code ID mark: Type 1” and “Code ID mark output mode: Separating,” a separator (GS: 1Dh) and 2D code ID mark are inserted between the linear component and 2D Composite component. Under the conditions “Code ID mark: Type 2,” the 2D code ID mark is inserted between the linear component and 2D Composite component. (For details about the code ID mark, refer to (5) Code ID mark) 57 9.5 GTIN Format Conversion Enabling the GTIN (Global Trade Item Number) format conversion allows UPC-A, UPC-E, EAN-13, EAN-8, and Interleaved 2of5 (14-digit) data to output in the GTIN format. It also allows GS1 DataBar (RSS) and GS1-128 (EAN-128) data in the GTIN format to output in the EAN format (product code format). Note: Under any of the following conditions, the GTIN format conversion is invalid. - In scanning bar code types specified for multi-line barcode scanning - In any of the data edit modes (data extraction mode, data substitution mode, data blocksorting mode, and ADF script mode) (1) Conversion from UPC/EAN/Interleaved 2of5 (14-digit) to GTIN format Conversion provides two choices--16- and 14-digit GTIN formats. The former adds the Application Identifier (AI) “01” and Package Indicator PI as a prefix, and the latter, a PI only. If the GTIN format conversion is enabled, however, the output formats available for UPC-A, UPC-E, EAN-13, and EAN8 do not apply. UPC-A - Data read 0 S X1 X2 X3 X4 X5 X6 X7 X8 X9 X10 C/D 0: Padding character for adjustment of the data length S: Number system character - Conversion to 16-digit GTIN format (AI “01” and PI added) 0 1 PI 0 S X1 X2 X3 X4 X5 X6 X7 X8 X9 X10 C/D (*1) (*1) Check digits are calculated again and transferred regardless of the transmission specified. - Conversion to 14-digit GTIN format (PI added) PI 0 S X1 X2 X3 X4 X5 X6 X7 X8 X9 X10 C/D (*2) (*2) Check digits are calculated again and transferred regardless of the transmission specified. UPC-A with add-on - Data read With 2-digit add-on: 0 S X1 X2 X3 X4 X5 X6 X7 X8 X9 X10 C/D X11 X12 With 5-digit add-on: 0 S X1 X2 X3 X4 X5 X6 X7 X8 X9 X10 C/D X11 X12 X13 X14 X15 0: Padding character for adjustment of the data length S: Number system character X11-15: Add-on code data - Conversion to 16-digit GTIN format (AI “01” and PI added) With 2-digit add-on: 0 1 PI 0 S X1 X2 X3 X4 X5 X6 X7 X8 X9 X10 C/D X11 X12 (*1) With 5-digit add-on: 0 1 PI 0 S X1 X2 X3 X4 X5 X6 X7 X8 X9 X10 C/D X11 X12 X13 X14 X15 (*1) (*1) Check digits are calculated again and transferred regardless of the transmission specified. 58 - Conversion to 14-digit GTIN format (PI added) With 2-digit add-on: PI 0 S X1 X2 X3 X4 X5 X6 X7 X8 X9 X10 C/D X11 X12 (*2) With 5-digit add-on: PI 0 S X1 X2 X3 X4 X5 X6 X7 X8 X9 X10 C/D X11 X12 X13 X14 X15 (*2) (*2) Check digits are calculated again and transferred regardless of the transmission specified. UPC-E - Data read 0 X1 X2 X3 X4 X5 X6 C/D 0: Padding character for adjustment of the data length - Conversion to 16-digit GTIN format (AI “01” and PI added) X6=0-2 0 1 PI 0 0 X1 X2 X6 0 0 0 0 X3 X4 X5 C/D (*1) X6=3 0 1 PI 0 0 X1 X2 X3 0 0 0 0 0 X4 X5 C/D (*1) X6=4 0 1 PI 0 0 X1 X2 X3 X4 0 0 0 0 0 X5 C/D (*1) X6=5-9 0 1 PI 0 0 X1 X2 X3 X4 X5 0 0 0 0 X6 C/D (*1) (*1) Check digits are calculated again and transferred regardless of the transmission specified. - Conversion to 14-digit GTIN format (PI added) X6=0-2 PI 0 0 X1 X2 X6 0 0 0 0 X3 X4 X5 C/D (*2) X6=3 PI 0 0 X1 X2 X3 0 0 0 0 0 X4 X5 C/D (*2) X6=4 PI 0 0 X1 X2 X3 X4 0 0 0 0 0 X5 C/D (*2) X6=5-9 PI 0 0 X1 X2 X3 X4 X5 0 0 0 0 X6 C/D (*2) (*2) Check digits are calculated again and transferred regardless of the transmission specified. UPC-E with add-on - Data read With 2-digit add-on: 0 X1 X2 X3 X4 X5 X6 C/D X7 X8 With 5-digit add-on: 0 X1 X2 X3 X4 X5 X6 C/D X7 X8 X9 X10 X11 0: Padding character for adjustment of the data length X7-11: Add-on code data - Conversion to 16-digit GTIN format (AI “01” and PI added) With 2-digit add-on: X6=0-2 0 1 PI 0 0 X1 X2 X6 0 0 0 0 X3 X4 X5 C/D X7 X8 (*1) X6=3 0 1 PI 0 0 X1 X2 X3 0 0 0 0 0 X4 X5 C/D X7 X8 (*1) X6=4 0 1 PI 0 0 X1 X2 X3 X4 0 0 0 0 0 X5 C/D X7 X8 (*1) X6=5-9 0 1 PI 0 0 X1 X2 X3 X4 X5 0 0 0 0 X6 C/D X7 X8 (*1) With 5-digit add-on: X6=0-2 0 1 PI 0 0 X1 X2 X6 0 0 0 0 X3 X4 X5 C/D X7 X8 X9 X10 X11 (*1) X6=3 0 1 PI 0 0 X1 X2 X3 0 0 0 0 0 X4 X5 C/D X7 X8 X9 X10 X11 (*1) X6=4 0 1 PI 0 0 X1 X2 X3 X4 0 0 0 0 0 X5 C/D X7 X8 X9 X10 X11 (*1) X6=5-9 0 1 PI 0 0 X1 X2 X3 X4 X5 0 0 0 0 X6 C/D X7 X8 X9 X10 X11 (*1) (*1) Check digits are calculated again and transferred regardless of the transmission specified. 59 - Conversion to 14-digit GTIN format (PI added) With 2-digit add-on: X6=0-2 PI 0 0 X1 X2 X6 0 0 0 0 X3 X4 X5 C/D X7 X8(*2) X6=3 PI 0 0 X1 X2 X3 0 0 0 0 0 X4 X5 C/D X7 X8 (*2) X6=4 PI 0 0 X1 X2 X3 X4 0 0 0 0 0 X5 C/D X7 X8 (*2) X6=5-9 PI 0 0 X1 X2 X3 X4 X5 0 0 0 0 X6 C/D X7 X8(*2) With 5-digit add-on: X6=0-2 PI 0 0 X1 X2 X6 0 0 0 0 X3 X4 X5 C/D X7 X8 X9 X10 X11 (*2) X6=3 PI 0 0 X1 X2 X3 0 0 0 0 0 X4 X5 C/D X7 X8 X9 X10 X11 (*2) X6=4 PI 0 0 X1 X2 X3 X4 0 0 0 0 0 X5 C/D X7 X8 X9 X10 X11 (*2) X6=5-9 PI 0 0 X1 X2 X3 X4 X5 0 0 0 0 X6 C/D X7 X8 X9 X10 X11 (*2) (*2) Check digits are calculated again and transferred regardless of the transmission specified. EAN-13 - Data read P1 P2 P3 X1 X2 X3 X4 X5 X6 X7 X8 X9 C/D Pn: Prefix characters - Conversion to 16-digit GTIN format (AI “01” and PI added) 0 1 PI P1 P2 P3 X1 X2 X3 X4 X5 X6 X7 X8 X9 C/D (*1) (*1) Check digits are calculated again and transferred regardless of the transmission specified. - Conversion to 14-digit GTIN format (PI added) PI P1 P2 P3 X1 X2 X3 X4 X5 X6 X7 X8 X9 C/D (*2) (*2) Check digits are calculated again and transferred regardless of the transmission specified. EAN-13 with add-on - Data read With 2-digit add-on: P1 P2 P3 X1 X2 X3 X4 X5 X6 X7 X8 X9 C/D X10 X11 With 5-digit add-on: P1 P2 P3 X1 X2 X3 X4 X5 X6 X7 X8 X9 C/D X10 X11 X12 X13 X14 Pn: Prefix characters X10-14: Add-on code data - Conversion to 16-digit GTIN format (AI “01” and PI added) With 2-digit add-on: 0 1 PI P1 P2 P3 X1 X2 X3 X4 X5 X6 X7 X8 X9 C/D X10 X11 (*1) With 5-digit add-on: 0 1 PI P1 P2 P3 X1 X2 X3 X4 X5 X6 X7 X8 X9 C/D X10 X11 X12 X13 X14 (*1) (*1) Check digits are calculated again and transferred regardless of the transmission specified. - Conversion to 14-digit GTIN format (PI added) With 2-digit add-on: PI P1 P2 P3 X1 X2 X3 X4 X5 X6 X7 X8 X9 C/D X10 X11 (*2) With 5-digit add-on: PI P1 P2 P3 X1 X2 X3 X4 X5 X6 X7 X8 X9 C/D X10 X11 X12 X13 X14 (*2) (*2) Check digits are calculated again and transferred regardless of the transmission specified. 60 EAN-8 - Data read P1 P2 P3 X1 X2 X3 X4 X5 C/D Pn: Prefix characters - Conversion to 16-digit GTIN format (AI “01” and PI added) 0 1 PI 0 0 0 0 0 P1 P2 X1 X2 X3 X4 X5 C/D (*1) (*1) Check digits are calculated again and transferred regardless of the transmission specified. - Conversion to 14-digit GTIN format (PI added) PI 0 0 0 0 0 P1 P2 X1 X2 X3 X4 X5 C/D (*2) (*2) Check digits are calculated again and transferred regardless of the transmission specified. EAN-8 with add-on - Data read With 2-digit add-on: P1 P2 X1 X2 X3 X4 X5 C/D X6 X7 With 5-digit add-on: P1 P2 X1 X2 X3 X4 X5 C/D X6 X7 X8 X9 X10 Pn: Prefix characters X6-10: Add-on code data - Conversion to 16-digit GTIN format (AI “01” and PI added) With 2-digit add-on: 0 1 PI 0 0 0 0 0 P1 P2 X1 X2 X3 X4 X5 C/D X6 X7 (*1) With 5-digit add-on: 0 1 PI 0 0 0 0 0 P1 P2 X1 X2 X3 X4 X5 C/D X6 X7 X8 X9 X10 (*1) (*1) Check digits are calculated again and transferred regardless of the transmission specified. - Conversion to 14-digit GTIN format (PI added) With 2-digit add-on: PI 0 0 0 0 0 P1 P2 X1 X2 X3 X4 X5 C/D X6 X7 (*2) With 5-digit add-on: PI 0 0 0 0 0 P1 P2 X1 X2 X3 X4 X5 C/D X6 X7 X8 X9 X10 (*2) (*2) Check digits are calculated again and transferred regardless of the transmission specified. Interleaved 2 of 5(14-digit) - Data read X1 X2 X3 X4 X5 X6 X7 X8 X9 X10 X11 X12 X13 C/D - Conversion to GTIN format (AI “01” added) 0 1 X1 X2 X3 X4 X5 X6 X7 X8 X9 X10 X11 X12 X13 C/D (*1) (*1) Check digits are calculated again and transferred regardless of the transmission specified. 61 (2) Conversion from GS1 DataBar (RSS)/GS1-128 (EAN-128) in GTIN format to EAN format GS1 DataBar (RSS) or GS1-128 (EAN-128) data read in the GTIN format (16-digit with AI “01”) can be converted to the EAN format if the conversion is enabled. The conversion provides two choices--13- or 14-digit EAN formats. The former trims the Application Identifier (AI) “01” and Package Indicator PI, and the latter, a PI only. GS1 DataBar (RSS) - Data read 0 1 PI X1 X2 X3 X4 X5 X6 X7 X8 X9 X10 X11 X12 C/D PI: Package indicator - Conversion to 13-digit EAN format (AI “01” and PI trimmed) X1 X2 X3 X4 X5 X6 X7 X8 X9 X10 X11 X12 C/D (*1) (*1) Check digits are calculated again and transferred regardless of the transmission specified. If the transmission of a code ID mark is enabled in the scanner, the code ID mark of EAN-13 is transferred. - Conversion to 14-digit EAN format (AI “01” trimmed) PI X1 X2 X3 X4 X5 X6 X7 X8 X9 X10 X11 X12 C/D GS1-128 (EAN-128) - Data read 0 1 PI X1 X2 X3 X4 X5 X6 X7 X8 X9 X10 X11 X12 X13 C/D PI: Package indicator - Conversion to 13-digit EAN format (AI “01” and PI trimmed) X1 X2 X3 X4 X5 X6 X7 X8 X9 X10 X11 X12 X13 C/D (*1) (*1) Check digits are calculated again and transferred regardless of the transmission specified. If the transmission of a code ID mark is enabled in the scanner, the code ID mark of EAN-13 is transferred. - Conversion to 14-digit EAN format (AI “01” trimmed) PI X1 X2 X3 X4 X5 X6 X7 X8 X9 X10 X11 X12 X13 C/D 62 Chapter 10 Image Capturing 10.1 Outline The scanner supports image capturing that allows you to capture a graphic as a bitmap (BMP) or JPEG image and output it to the host computer. The JPEG image offers three quality choices--standard, high, and low. The image size can be selected from standard WVGA, 1/4 WVGA and 1/16 WVGA. If you select 1/4 WVGA or 1/16 WVGA, select also the output image area--the full image area or the center portion of the image area. When the full image area is selected, the scanner thins out the resolution of the full image area by skipping every other pixel so that the image quality becomes low; when the center portion is selected, the scanner extracts the center portion of the image area so that the visual area becomes smaller but the image quality does not change. The scanner can also output a thumbnail to help you aim at a target. The thumbnail images can be saved as a BMP or JPEG image in 1/64 WVGA or 1/4 WVGA, respectively. You can select the output format, image size, output image area and whether or not to use a thumbnail by modifying the parameters of the IMAGEOUT command. Note: Selecting the USB keyboard interface disables the image capturing function. 10.2 Image Capturing Specifications (1) Output file format BMP or JPEG file format (2) Image size and output image area Image size Number of pixels BMP JPEG Image output area Standard WVGA 752 ⋅ 480 √ √ Full image area 1/4 WVGA 376 ⋅ 240 √ √ Full or center portion of the image area 1/16 WVGA 188 ⋅ 120 √ √ Full or center portion of the image area Thumbnail (1/64 WVGA) 94 ⋅ 60 √ -- Full image area Thumbnail (1/4 WVGA) 376 ⋅ 240 -- √ Full image area (3) Communications protocol for image transmission Xmodem 1K (4) Image output command IMAGEOUT#1#m#n Enable the thumbnail transmission IMAGEOUT#1#m#n#o Disable the thumbnail transmission The selections available for parameters l, m, n and o are as follows: l: Output file format B BMP J or J0 JPEG (Medium) J1 JPEG (High) J2 JPEG (Low) m: Image size 0 Standard WVGA 2 1/4 WVGA 4 1/16 WVGA 63 n: Image output area F Full image area C Center portion of the image area o: Thumbnail 0 Disable thumbnail transmission 1 or null Enable thumbnail transmission of BMP images in 1/64 WVGA 2 Enable thumbnail transmission of JPEG images in 1/4 WVGA (5) Image capturing operation 1) Upon receipt of an IMAGEOUT command, the scanner captures an image, beeps three times, and switches to the image transmission mode (Xmodem 1K protocol). 2) When the thumbnail is enabled: The scanner transmits a thumbnail (BMP file in 1/64 WVGA or JPEG file in 1/4 WVGA) repeatedly. Pressing the trigger switch causes the scanner to beep once, capture an image, and start transmission (Xmodem 1K protocol). When the thumbnail is disabled: The scanner immediately captures an image and transmits it in the format specified by IMAGEOUT parameters (Xmodem 1K protocol). 3) Upon completion of transmission, the scanner beeps once and exits the image transmission mode. (6) Notes • Image transmission can only be command-controlled; it cannot be started by the QR-coded parameter menu. • When the scanner is in the image transmission mode, it cannot scan bar codes or 2D codes. The protocol is fixed to the Xmodem 1K. • Parameters of the IMAGEOUT command should be uppercase or numerical ASCII characters. • Transmission condition settings such as header, terminator and transmission speed for the image transmission are the same as those for ordinary commands. • Transmission speed and other conditions when the Xmodem 1K protocol is used are the same as those with the normal communications protocol (non-acknowledge mode or ACK/NAK mode). • Upon completion of image transmission, the scanner returns to the normal communications protocol (non-acknowledge mode or ACK/NAK mode). • In a JPEG file format, images are compression-converted, so the image quality may be lower. (7) Image transmission time required (Typical) The table below lists the typical image transmission time required from image capturing to conversion and transmission under the following conditions: Xmodem 1K and 115200 bps. However, this may vary according to the settings made in the host computer. Image size Output file Image transmission time Image file size

format RS-232C USB-COM

Standard WVGA BMP 353 kB 32.5 s 3.5 s 1/4 WVGA BMP 89.2 kB 8.2 s 1.4 s 1/16 WVGA BMP 23.1 kB 2.5 s 0.5 s Thumbnail (1/64 WVGA) BMP 6 kB 1.0 s 0.3 s Thumbnail (1/4 WVGA) JPEG 4.8 kB 0.8 s 0.2 s Standard WVGA JPEG 25 kB* 3.8 s 0.8 s * In a JPEG file format, images will be compression-converted, so the file size may vary, depending on images scanned (approx. 10 to 40 kB, usually 25 kB). No compression ratio can be specified. 64 Chapter 11 Parameters and Defaults The tables below list the parameters and their defaults. Those parameters can be changed with the QR-coded parameter menu or configuration software (ScannerSetting_2D), except shadowed ones only with the configuration software. When the scanner leaves the factory, all of these parameters are set to defaults. (1) Reading mode related parameters Items Parameters Defaults Refer to: Regular read mode √

Data verification read n-point verification scan mode 2-point verification scan mode Non-edit mode √ Data extraction mode Section 7.1

Data edit mode Data conversion (substitution) mode Blocksorting mode ADF script mode Enable Section 7.2

Point scanning mode Disable √ Section 7.3 Double-read enable Period of double-read prevention Period of double-read prevention 0.1 to 9.9 s 1 s Chapter 4 (2) Interface to the host Items Parameters Defaults Refer to: RS-232C interface √ (Note 1)

Interface USB-COM interface √ (Note 1) USB keyboard interface (Note 2) Chapter 9

(Note 1) Depending upon the interface plugged into the scanner, the scanner automatically switches to the RS-232C interface or USB-COM interface. (Note 2) Selecting the USB keyboard interface disables access to the configuration software (ScannerSetting_2D). : Can be changed only with the configuration software. 65 (3) Communications parameters for RS-232C interface The following settings take effect when the RS-232C interface is set up. Items Parameters Defaults Refer to: Non-acknowledge mode √ Communications protocol ACK/NAK mode Section 9.1 (1) 4800 bps 9600 bps

Transmission speed 19200 bps 38400 bps √ 57600 bps 115200 bps 7 bits Section 9.1 (3)

Data bit 8 bits √ Odd Parity Even None √ 1 bit √ Stop bit 2 bits Enable Section 9.1 (4)

CTS signal monitoring Disable √ Section 9.1 (1) CTS signal monitoring time 0.1 to 9.9 s 2 s ACK/NAK response confirmation time 0.1 to 9.9 s 1 s Section 9.1 (1) Scanner ready mode √ RTS signal control protocol Data ready mode Section 9.1 (2) (4) Communications parameters for USB-COM interface The following settings take effect only when the USB-COM interface is set up. Items Parameters Defaults Refer to: Non-acknowledge mode √ Communications protocol ACK/NAK mode Section 9.2 Enable CTS signal monitor Disable √ Section 9.2 CTS signal timeout 0.1 to 9.9 s 2 s ACK/NAK response time 0.1 to 9.9 s 1 s Section 9.2 Enable √ Remote wake-up Disable Section 9.2 : Can be changed only with the configuration software. 66 (5) Communications parameters for USB keyboard interface The following settings take effect only when the USB keyboard interface is set up. Items Parameters Defaults Refer to: Manual √ CAPS mode Auto Section 9.3 (1) (See Note 1.) OFF (Lowercase letter) √ Host’s CAPS LOCK status ON (Uppercase letter) Section 9.3 (1) (See Note 1.) U.S. English (101 key type) Germany (102 key type) French (102 key type)

Keyboard type U.K. English (102 key type) Italian (102 key type) Swedish (102 key type) Japanese (106 key type) √ Section 9.3 (2)

Inboard numeric keys √ Numeric key selection (0 to 9) Numeric keypad Section 9.3 (3) (See Note 3.) None (ASCII) √ Binary conversion Binary data conversion (See Note 2.) Kanji conversion Section 9.3 (4) (Note 1) Select the Caps Lock state that matches host’s keyboard state. (Note 2) Some applications cannot output data correctly on the display. (Note 3) When selecting “Numeric keypad for the numeric data transmission format, set the host’s NUM LOCK to ON. Inboard numeric keys Numeric keypad Japanese (106 key type) : Can be changed only with the configuration software. 67 Items Parameters Defaults Refer to: Enable Special key transfer mode Disable √ (See Note 4.) 1 ms 5 ms 10 ms √

Data transmission interval 15 ms 30 ms 50 ms 100 ms Section 9.3 (5)

Enable √ Remote wake-up Disable Section 9.3 (6) (Note 4) Special key transfer applies to the fields except header and terminator in the data transmission format. Enabling this function substitutes E7h to FDh data with the special keys as listed below and transmits the substituted data to the host. The Left SHIFT, Left CTRL, and Left ALT are transmitted as a simultaneous depression with the subsequent character or key. Upper Lower E F 0 ↓ 1 F1 2 F2 3 F3 4 F4 5 F5 6 F6 7 Left SHIFT F7 8 Left CTRL F8 9 Left ALT F9 A TAB F10 B ESC F11 C ENTER F12 D ← Right CTRL E ↑ F → Special Key Substitution Table 68 (6) Data transmission format common to all interfaces Items Parameters Defaults Refer to: Enable Transmission of code ID mark Disable √ Section 9.4 Before prefix Code ID mark position After prefix √ Section 9.4 Type 1 (DENSO1) √ Type 2 (DENSO2)

Code ID mark Type 3 Type 4 User-defined Coupling √ Section 9.4, (5)

Code ID mark output mode Separating Section 9.4, (5) Enable, in 4 digits

Enable, in 2 digits Transmission of the number of digits (not applicable to UPC/EAN codes) Disable √ Enable Prefix transmission Disable √ Enable Suffix transmission Disable √ Enable Section 9.4, (6) Section 9.4, (3)

Scanner ID output Disable √ Section 9.4, (2) Enable GTIN format conversion Disable √ Conversion to 16 digits √ Conversion to 14 digits Conversion type from UPC/EAN/ Interleaved 2of5 (14-digit) to GTIN format

Conversion type from GS1 DataBar (RSS)/GS1-128 (EAN-128) in GTIN Conversion prohibited Conversion to 14 digits √ Conversion to 13 digits Section 9.5

format to EAN format Conversion prohibited Prefix PI in conversion from UPC/EAN/ Interleaved 2of5 (14-digit) to GTIN format 0 to 9 0 : Can be changed only with the configuration software. 69 (7) Data transmission format exclusive to RS-232C interface/USB-COM interface Items Parameters Defaults Refer to: NONE √ Header STX User-defined NONE

Terminator ETX CR √ LF CR LF User-defined Enabled Section 9.4, (1)

Transmission of BCC Disabled √ Section 9.4, (4) : Can be changed only with the configuration software. 70


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