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Area-Imaging Scanner
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Customer Support
Technical Assistance ............................................................................................................xi
Product Service and Repair ..................................................................................................xi
Limited Warranty ...................................................................................................................xi
Send Feedback .....................................................................................................................xi
Chapter 1 - Getting Started
About This Manual...............................................................................................................1-1
Unpacking Your Device.......................................................................................................1-1
Connecting the Device.........................................................................................................1-1
Connecting with USB.....................................................................................................1-1
Connecting with KeyboardWedge.................................................................................1-3
Connecting with RS232 Serial Port................................................................................1-6
Connecting with RS485..................................................................................................1-8
Mounting a CCB01-010BT Charge Base.............................................................................1-9
Mounting a CCB02-100BT/CCB05-100BT Base.................................................................1-9
Reading Techniques..........................................................................................................1-11
Xenon 1900/1902/1910/1912 and Granit 1910i/1911i.................................................1-11
Granit 1980i/1981i........................................................................................................1-12
Menu Bar Code Security Settings......................................................................................1-12
Setting Custom Defaults....................................................................................................1-13
Resetting the Custom Defaults..........................................................................................1-13
Chapter 2 - Programming the Interface
Introduction..........................................................................................................................2-1
Programming the Interface - Plug and Play.........................................................................2-1
Keyboard Wedge.................................................................................................................2-1
Laptop Direct Connect.........................................................................................................2-1
RS232 Serial Port................................................................................................................2-1
RS485..................................................................................................................................2-2
RS485 Packet Mode......................................................................................................2-2
USB IBM SurePos...............................................................................................................2-3
USB PC or Macintosh Keyboard..........................................................................................2-3
USB HID..............................................................................................................................2-4
USB Serial...........................................................................................................................2-4
CTS/RTS Emulation.......................................................................................................2-4
ACK/NAK Mode.............................................................................................................2-4
Remote MasterMind™ for USB...........................................................................................2-4
Verifone
®
Ruby Terminal Default Settings...........................................................................2-5
Gilbarco
®
Terminal Default Settings....................................................................................2-5
Honeywell Bioptic Aux Port Configuration...........................................................................2-5
Datalogic™Magellan
®
Aux Port Configuration....................................................................2-6
NCR Bioptic Aux Port Configuration....................................................................................2-6
Wincor Nixdorf Terminal Default Settings............................................................................2-6
WincorNixdorfBeetle™ TerminalDefaultSettings.............................................................2-7
Wincor Nixdorf RS232 Mode A............................................................................................2-7
Table of Contents
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Keyboard Country Layout....................................................................................................2-8
Keyboard Style..................................................................................................................2-15
Keyboard Conversion........................................................................................................2-16
Control Character Output..................................................................................................2-17
Keyboard Modifiers............................................................................................................2-17
RS232 Modifiers................................................................................................................2-18
RS232 Baud Rate........................................................................................................2-18
RS232WordLength: DataBits,StopBits, andParity.................................................2-19
RS232 Receiver Time-Out...........................................................................................2-20
RS232 Handshaking....................................................................................................2-21
RS232 Timeout............................................................................................................2-21
XON/XOFF..................................................................................................................2-21
ACK/NAK.....................................................................................................................2-22
Scanner to Bioptic Communication...................................................................................2-22
Scanner-Bioptic Packet Mode.....................................................................................2-22
Scanner-Bioptic ACK/NAK Mode.................................................................................2-22
Scanner-Bioptic ACK/NAK Timeout.............................................................................2-23
Chapter 3 - Cordless System Operation
HowtheCordlessChargeBase/Access Point Works.........................................................3-1
Linking the Scanner to a Charge Base................................................................................3-1
Linking the Scanner to an Access Point..............................................................................3-1
Replacing a Linked Scanner................................................................................................3-2
CommunicationBetween theCordlessSystem 
andtheHost......................................................................................................................3-2
Programming the Scanner and Base or Access Point........................................................3-3
RF (Radio Frequency) Module Operation...........................................................................3-3
System Conditions...............................................................................................................3-3
Linking Process.............................................................................................................3-3
Scanner Is Out of Range...............................................................................................3-3
Scanner Is Moved Back Into Range..............................................................................3-3
OutofRangeandBackintoRange withBatchModeOn..............................................3-3
Page Button.........................................................................................................................3-4
About the Battery.................................................................................................................3-4
Charging Information.....................................................................................................3-4
Battery Recommendations............................................................................................3-4
Proper Disposal of the Battery.......................................................................................3-5
Beeper and LED Sequences and Meaning.........................................................................3-5
Scanner LED Sequences and Meaning.........................................................................3-5
Base/Access Point LED Sequences and Meaning........................................................3-5
Base Power Communication Indicator...........................................................................3-6
Reset Scanner.....................................................................................................................3-6
Scanning While in Base Cradle...........................................................................................3-6
Base Charging Modes.........................................................................................................3-6
Paging.................................................................................................................................3-7
Paging Mode..................................................................................................................3-7
Paging Pitch...................................................................................................................3-8
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Error Indicators....................................................................................................................3-8
Beeper Pitch - Base Error..............................................................................................3-8
Number of Beeps - Base Error......................................................................................3-8
Scanner Report...................................................................................................................3-9
Scanner Address.................................................................................................................3-9
Base or Access Point Address............................................................................................3-9
Scanner Modes...................................................................................................................3-9
Charge Only Mode.........................................................................................................3-9
Linked Modes..............................................................................................................3-10
Unlinking the Scanner.......................................................................................................3-10
Override Locked Scanner............................................................................................3-11
Out-of-Range Alarm..........................................................................................................3-11
Alarm Sound Type.......................................................................................................3-11
Scanner Power Time-Out Timer........................................................................................3-12
Flexible Power Management.............................................................................................3-13
Batch Mode.......................................................................................................................3-13
Batch Mode Beep........................................................................................................3-14
Batch Mode Storage....................................................................................................3-14
Batch Mode Quantity...................................................................................................3-15
Batch Mode Output Order............................................................................................3-17
Total Records..............................................................................................................3-17
Delete Last Code.........................................................................................................3-17
Clear All Codes............................................................................................................3-17
Transmit Records to Host............................................................................................3-17
Batch Mode Transmit Delay........................................................................................3-18
Multiple Scanner Operation...............................................................................................3-18
Scanner Name...................................................................................................................3-18
Application Work Groups...................................................................................................3-19
Application Work Group Selection...............................................................................3-20
ResettingtheFactory Defaults: AllApplicationWorkGroups...........................................3-20
ResettingtheCustom Defaults: AllApplicationWorkGroups...........................................3-21
UsingtheScanner withBluetoothDevices........................................................................3-21
Bluetooth Secure Simple Pairing (SSP)......................................................................3-21
Bluetooth HID Keyboard Connect................................................................................3-22
Virtual Keyboard..........................................................................................................3-23
Bluetooth HID Keyboard Disconnect...........................................................................3-23
Bluetooth Serial Port - PCs/Laptops............................................................................3-23
PDAs/Mobility Systems Devices..................................................................................3-24
ChangingtheScanner’sBluetooth PINCode..............................................................3-24
MinimizingBluetooth/ISM Band NetworkActivity..............................................................3-24
Auto Reconnect Mode.................................................................................................3-24
Maximum Link Attempts..............................................................................................3-25
Relink Time-Out...........................................................................................................3-25
Bluetooth/ISM Network Activity Examples...................................................................3-25
Host Acknowledgment.......................................................................................................3-26
Chapter 4 - Input/Output Settings
Power Up Beeper................................................................................................................4-1
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Beep on BEL Character.......................................................................................................4-1
Trigger Click........................................................................................................................4-2
Good Read and Error Indicators..........................................................................................4-2
Beeper – Good Read.....................................................................................................4-2
Beeper Volume – Good Read........................................................................................4-2
Beeper Pitch – Good Read............................................................................................4-3
Vibrate – Good Read.....................................................................................................4-3
Beeper Pitch – Error......................................................................................................4-4
Beeper Duration – Good Read......................................................................................4-4
LED – Good Read.........................................................................................................4-4
Number of Beeps – Good Read....................................................................................4-5
Number of Beeps – Error...............................................................................................4-5
Beeper Volume Max......................................................................................................4-5
Good Read Delay..........................................................................................................4-5
User-Specified Good Read Delay..................................................................................4-6
Manual Trigger Modes.........................................................................................................4-6
Serial Trigger Mode.............................................................................................................4-6
Read Time-Out..............................................................................................................4-6
Presentation Mode..............................................................................................................4-7
Presentation LED Behavior after Decode......................................................................4-7
Presentation Sensitivity.................................................................................................4-7
Presentation Centering..................................................................................................4-7
In-Stand Sensor Mode.........................................................................................................4-9
Poor Quality Codes.............................................................................................................4-9
Poor Quality 1D Codes..................................................................................................4-9
Poor Quality PDF Codes.............................................................................................4-10
CodeGate
®
........................................................................................................................4-10
Streaming Presentation™ Mode.......................................................................................4-10
Streaming Presentation In-Stand Programming..........................................................4-11
Mobile Phone Read Mode.................................................................................................4-11
Hands Free Time-Out........................................................................................................4-11
Reread Delay.....................................................................................................................4-11
User-Specified Reread Delay......................................................................................4-12
2D Reread Delay.........................................................................................................4-12
Character Activation Mode................................................................................................4-13
Activation Character....................................................................................................4-13
End Character Activation After Good Read.................................................................4-13
Character Activation Timeout......................................................................................4-14
Character Deactivation Mode............................................................................................4-14
Deactivation Character................................................................................................4-14
Illumination Lights..............................................................................................................4-14
Aimer Delay.......................................................................................................................4-15
User-Specified Aimer Delay.........................................................................................4-15
Aimer Mode.......................................................................................................................4-15
Centering...........................................................................................................................4-15
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Preferred Symbology.........................................................................................................4-17
High Priority Symbology..............................................................................................4-17
Low Priority Symbology...............................................................................................4-17
Preferred Symbology Time-out....................................................................................4-18
Preferred Symbology Default.......................................................................................4-18
Output Sequence Overview...............................................................................................4-18
Output Sequence Editor..............................................................................................4-18
To Add an Output Sequence.......................................................................................4-18
Other Programming Selections....................................................................................4-19
Output Sequence Editor..............................................................................................4-20
Partial Sequence.........................................................................................................4-20
Require Output Sequence...........................................................................................4-20
Multiple Symbols...............................................................................................................4-21
No Read............................................................................................................................4-21
Video Reverse...................................................................................................................4-22
Working Orientation...........................................................................................................4-22
Chapter 5 - Healthcare Settings
Quiet Operations - Combination Codes...............................................................................5-1
Silent Mode with Flashing LED......................................................................................5-1
Silent Mode with Long LED...........................................................................................5-1
Very Low Beeper (Nighttime Mode)...............................................................................5-2
Low Beeper (Daytime Mode).........................................................................................5-2
Page Button and Presentation Modes.................................................................................5-2
Temporary Streaming Presentation Timeout.................................................................5-3
Quiet Operations - LED and Volume Settings.....................................................................5-3
Linking LED Colors and Sound......................................................................................5-3
Number of LED Flashes................................................................................................5-4
LED Flash Rate.............................................................................................................5-4
LED Solid (No Flash).....................................................................................................5-5
Paging Volume Control..................................................................................................5-5
Out-of-Range Alarm Volume.........................................................................................5-6
Out-of-Range Delay.......................................................................................................5-6
Chapter 6 - Data Editing
Prefix/Suffix Overview.........................................................................................................6-1
To Add a Prefix or Suffix:...............................................................................................6-1
To Clear One or All Prefixes or Suffixes........................................................................6-2
ToAddaCarriageReturnSuffix to AllSymbologies.....................................................6-2
Prefix Selections..................................................................................................................6-2
Suffix Selections..................................................................................................................6-2
Function Code Transmit......................................................................................................6-3
Intercharacter,Interfunction, and IntermessageDelays......................................................6-3
Intercharacter Delay......................................................................................................6-3
User Specified Intercharacter Delay..............................................................................6-3
Interfunction Delay.........................................................................................................6-4
Intermessage Delay.......................................................................................................6-4
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Chapter 7 - Data Formatting
Data Format Editor Introduction..........................................................................................7-1
Add a Data Format..............................................................................................................7-1
Other Programming Selections......................................................................................7-2
Terminal ID Table................................................................................................................7-3
Data Format Editor Commands...........................................................................................7-3
Move Commands...........................................................................................................7-6
Search Commands........................................................................................................7-7
Miscellaneous Commands.............................................................................................7-9
Data Formatter..................................................................................................................7-12
Data Format Non-Match Error Tone............................................................................7-13
Primary/Alternate Data Formats........................................................................................7-13
Single Scan Data Format Change...............................................................................7-13
Chapter 8 - Symbologies
All Symbologies...................................................................................................................8-1
Message Length Description...............................................................................................8-1
Codabar...............................................................................................................................8-2
Codabar Concatenation.................................................................................................8-3
Code 39...............................................................................................................................8-4
Code 32 Pharmaceutical (PARAF)................................................................................8-5
Full ASCII.......................................................................................................................8-6
Code 39 Code Page......................................................................................................8-6
Interleaved 2 of 5.................................................................................................................8-7
NEC 2 of 5...........................................................................................................................8-8
Code 93...............................................................................................................................8-9
Code 93 Code Page....................................................................................................8-10
Straight 2 of 5 Industrial (three-bar start/stop)...................................................................8-11
Straight 2 of 5 IATA (two-bar start/stop)............................................................................8-12
Matrix 2 of 5.......................................................................................................................8-13
Code 11.............................................................................................................................8-14
Code 128...........................................................................................................................8-15
ISBT 128 Concatenation..............................................................................................8-15
Code 128 Code Page..................................................................................................8-16
GS1-128............................................................................................................................8-17
Telepen..............................................................................................................................8-18
UPC-A...............................................................................................................................8-19
UPC-A/EAN-13 with Extended Coupon Code...................................................................8-21
Coupon GS1 DataBar Output............................................................................................8-21
UPC-E0.............................................................................................................................8-22
UPC-E1.............................................................................................................................8-24
EAN/JAN-13......................................................................................................................8-24
Convert UPC-A to EAN-13..........................................................................................8-24
ISBN Translate............................................................................................................8-26
EAN/JAN-8........................................................................................................................8-27
MSI....................................................................................................................................8-29
GS1 DataBar Omnidirectional...........................................................................................8-31
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GS1 DataBar Limited.........................................................................................................8-31
GS1 DataBar Expanded....................................................................................................8-32
Trioptic Code.....................................................................................................................8-32
Codablock A......................................................................................................................8-33
Codablock F......................................................................................................................8-34
Label Code........................................................................................................................8-34
PDF417.............................................................................................................................8-35
MacroPDF417...................................................................................................................8-35
MicroPDF417.....................................................................................................................8-36
GS1 Composite Codes......................................................................................................8-36
UPC/EAN Version........................................................................................................8-37
GS1 Emulation..................................................................................................................8-37
TCIF Linked Code 39 (TLC39)..........................................................................................8-38
QR Code............................................................................................................................8-38
QR Code Page............................................................................................................8-39
Data Matrix........................................................................................................................8-40
Data Matrix Code Page...............................................................................................8-40
MaxiCode..........................................................................................................................8-41
Aztec Code........................................................................................................................8-42
Aztec Code Page.........................................................................................................8-42
Chinese Sensible (Han Xin) Code.....................................................................................8-43
Postal Codes - 2D.............................................................................................................8-44
Single 2D Postal Codes:..............................................................................................8-44
Combination 2D Postal Codes:....................................................................................8-45
Postal Codes - Linear........................................................................................................8-48
China Post (Hong Kong 2 of 5)....................................................................................8-48
Korea Post...................................................................................................................8-49
Chapter 9 - Imaging Commands
Single-Use Basis.................................................................................................................9-1
Command Syntax................................................................................................................9-1
Image Snap - IMGSNP........................................................................................................9-1
IMGSNP Modifiers.........................................................................................................9-1
Image Ship - IMGSHP.........................................................................................................9-3
IMGSHP Modifiers.........................................................................................................9-4
Intelligent Signature Capture - IMGBOX...........................................................................9-10
Signature Capture Optimize........................................................................................9-10
IMGBOX Modifiers.......................................................................................................9-11
RF Default Imaging Device................................................................................................9-14
Chapter 10 - Interface Keys
Keyboard Function Relationships......................................................................................10-1
Supported Interface Keys..................................................................................................10-3
Chapter 11 - Utilities
To Add a Test Code I.D. Prefix to All Symbologies...........................................................11-1
Show Decoder Revision....................................................................................................11-1
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Show Scan Driver Revision...............................................................................................11-1
Show Software Revision....................................................................................................11-1
Show Data Format.............................................................................................................11-1
Test Menu..........................................................................................................................11-2
TotalFreedom....................................................................................................................11-2
Application Plug-Ins (Apps)...............................................................................................11-2
EZConfig-Scanning Introduction........................................................................................11-3
Installing EZConfig-Scanning from the Web................................................................11-3
Resetting the Factory Defaults..........................................................................................11-4
Chapter 12 - Serial Programming Commands
Conventions.......................................................................................................................12-1
Menu Command Syntax....................................................................................................12-1
Query Commands.............................................................................................................12-1
Responses...................................................................................................................12-2
Trigger Commands............................................................................................................12-3
Resetting the Custom Defaults..........................................................................................12-3
Menu Commands..............................................................................................................12-4
Chapter 13 - Product Specifications
Xenon 1900/1900h/1910 Corded Scanner Product Specifications...................................13-1
Xenon 1902/1902h/1912 Cordless Scanner Product Specifications.................................13-2
Granit 1910i Industrial Corded Scanner Product Specifications........................................13-3
Granit 1911i Industrial Cordless Scanner Product Specifications.....................................13-4
Granit 1980i Industrial Full Range Corded Scanner Product Specifications.....................13-5
Granit 1981i Industrial Full Range Cordless Scanner Product Specifications...................13-6
CCB01-010BTChargeBaseProduct Specifications.........................................................13-7
CCB02-100BT/CCB05-100BT Industrial ChargeBaseProduct Specifications.................13-7
Depth of Field Charts.........................................................................................................13-9
Xenon B&W Scanner Typical Performance.................................................................13-9
Xenon B&W Scanner Guaranteed Performance.........................................................13-9
Xenon Color Scanner (Model COL) Typical Performance.........................................13-10
Xenon Color Scanner (Model COL) Guaranteed Performance ................................13-10
Granit 1910i/1911i Scanner Typical Performance ....................................................13-11
Granit 1910i/1911i Scanner Guaranteed Performance ............................................13-11
Granit 1980i/1981i Scanner Typical Performance (200 lux) .....................................13-12
Granit 1980i/1981i Scanner Guaranteed Performance (200 lux)..............................13-13
Standard Connector Pinouts...........................................................................................13-14
Keyboard Wedge.......................................................................................................13-14
Serial Output..............................................................................................................13-14
RS485 Output............................................................................................................13-14
USB...........................................................................................................................13-15
Required Safety Labels...................................................................................................13-15
Chapter 14 - Maintenance and Troubleshooting
Repairs..............................................................................................................................14-1
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