Chapter 4 RS-232 Interface - 新大陆自动识别技术有限公司

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NLS
-
HR32 Series

NLS
-
HR
3250
-
XX

Corde
d

2
D

Barcode

Scanner

User Guide

© 2012 Newland Auto
-
ID Tech. Co., Ltd. All rights reserved.

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through
the manual carefully

before us
ing

the product

and operate it according to the manual
.

It is advised that you
should
keep this manual
for future reference.

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remove

the seal label
from

the device
.
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-
ID

Tech
.

Co., Ltd.
does not assume responsibility for the warranty or replacement.

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and
actual product

may differ
. Regarding to the product modification and
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-
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-
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.

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-
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Revision History

Version

Description

Date

V1.0

Initial
release.

December
17
, 201
2






Table Of Contents

Revision History

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3
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Preface

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1

Introduction

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1

Chapter Description

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1

Explanation of Icons

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2

Chapter 1 Getting Started

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3

Introduction

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3

Features of the HR32

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3

Unpackin
g

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3

HR32 Corded Scanner

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4

Connect HR32 to a Host

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5

Us
e

USB Cable

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.........

5

Us
e

RS
-
232 Cable

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6

Remov
e

Communication Cable

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6

Power on, Sleep, Power off, Reboot

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7

Maintenance

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7

Depth of Field

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8

Specifications

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9

Dimensions

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10

Side View

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10

Front View

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10

Top View
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11

Scanning Instructions

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11

Chapter 2

QuickSet

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13

Chapter
3

System

Settings

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14

In
troduction

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14

Barcode Programming

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14

Command Programming

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14

QuickSet

Programming

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14

Programming Barcode/ Command/Function

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15


Use of Programming Barcodes

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15

Image Capture Illumination

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16

Aiming Beam

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16

Beep

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17

Decode Beeps

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17

Beep Type (for Good Decode)

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18

Beep Duration (Type 1)

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18

Beep F
requency (Type 1)

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19

Beep Volume (for Good Decode)

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19

Startup Beep

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20

Beep Definitions

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20

Scan Mode

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20

Decode Session Tim
eout & Timeout Between Decodes (Same Barcode)

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21

Cell Phone Read Mode

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22

Decode Area

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23

Whole Area Decoding

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2
3

Central Area Decoding

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23

Specify Central Area

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23

Default Settings

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24

Factory Defaults

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24

Custom Defaults

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25

Product Info
rmation

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25

Chapter
4

RS
-
232

Interface

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27

Introduction

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27

RS
-
232 Parameter
s

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27

Baud Rate

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27

Parity Check

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28

Data Bit

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29

Stop Bit

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29

Hardware Auto Flow C
ontrol

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30

Chapter 5 USB Interface

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31

Introduction

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31

USB HID
-
KBW

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31

USB Country Keyb
oard Types

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32

Country Code Table

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33

Beep on Unknow Character

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33

Emulate ALT+Keypad

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34

Function K
ey Mapping

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35

ASCII Function Key Mapping Table

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36

ASCII Function Key Mapping Table (Continued)

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37

Keystroke Delay

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37

Simulated Caps Lock

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38

Convert Case

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39

Emulate Numeric Keypad

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39

USB DataPipe

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40

USB COM Port Emulation

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41

HID
-
POS

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41

Introduction

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41

Access the Scanner with Your Program

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42

Acquire Scanned Data

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42

VID/PID

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42

Chapter 6 Symbologie
s

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44

Introduction

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44

General Settings

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44

Disable All Symbologies

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44

Enable All Symbologies

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44

Enable 1D Symbologies

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45

Disable 1D Symbologies

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45

Enable 2D Symbologies

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45

Disabl
e 2D Symbologies

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45

Code 128
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46

Restore
Factory
Default
s

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46

Enable/Disable Code 128

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46

Set

Length

Range

for Code 128

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46

EAN
-
8

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47

Restore
Factory
Default
s

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47

Enable/Disable EAN
-
8

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48

Transmit

Check Digit

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48

2
-
Digit Add
-
On Code

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48

5
-
Digit Add
-
On Code

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49


EAN
-
8 Extension

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50

EAN
-
13

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50

Restore
Factory
Default
s

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50

Enable/Disable EAN
-
13

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50

Transmit Check Digit

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51

2
-
Digit Add
-
On Code

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51

5
-
Digit Add
-
On Code

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52

UPC
-
E

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52

Restore
Factory
Default
s

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52

Enab
le/Disable UPC
-
E
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53

Transmit Check Digit

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53

2
-
Digit Add
-
On Code

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53

5
-
Digit Add
-
On Code

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54

Transmit

System Character “0”

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55

UPC
-
E Extension

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55

UPC
-
A

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55

Restore
Factory
Default
s

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55

Enable/Disable UPC
-
A
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56

Transmit

Check Digit

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56

2
-
Digit Add
-
On Code

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56

5
-
Digit Add
-
On Code

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57

Transmit Preamble Character “0”

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58

Interleaved 2 of 5

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58

Restore
Factory
Default
s

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58

Enable/Disable Interleaved 2 of 5

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58

Set Length Range for Interleaved 2 of 5

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59

Parity Check

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60

Set Discrete Lengths for Interleaved 2 of 5
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61

ITF
-
14

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62

ITF
-
6

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63

Matrix 2 of 5

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...

64

Restore
Factory
Default
s

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64

Enable/Disable Matrix 2 of 5

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64

Set Length Range for Matrix 2 of 5

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65

Parity Check

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66

Code 39

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67

Restore
Factory
Default
s

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67

Enable/Disable Code 39

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67

Transm
it Start/Stop Character

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67

Set Length Range for Code 39

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68

Parity Check

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69

Enable/Disable
Code 39 Full ASCII

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70

Codabar

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70

Restore
Factory
Default
s

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70

Enable/Disable Codabar

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70

Set Length Range for Codabar

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71

Parity Check

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71

Start/Stop Chara
cter

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72

Code 93

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73

Restore
Factory
Default
s

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73

Enable/Disable Code 93

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73

Set Length Range for Code 93

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74

Parity Check

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75

UCC/EAN
-
128

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76

Restore
Factory
Default
s

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76

Enab
le/Disable UCC/EAN
-
128

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76

GS1 Databar

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..

76

Restore
Factory
Default
s

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76

Enable/Disable GS1 Databar

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77

Tr
ansmit Application Identifier “01”

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77

EAN∙UCC Composite

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77

Restore
Factory
Default
s

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77

Enable/Disable EAN∙UCC Composite

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.

78

Code 11

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78

Restore
Factory
Default
s

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78

Enable/Disable Code 11

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79

Set Length Range for Code 11

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79

Parity Check

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80

ISBN

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81

Restore
Factory
Default
s

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81

Enable/Disable ISBN

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82

Set ISBN Format

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82


Industrial 25
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....

82

Restore
Factory
Default
s

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8
2

Enable/Disable Industrial 25

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83

Set Length Range for Industrial 25

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83

Parity Check

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84

Standard 25
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85

Restore
Factory
Default
s

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85

Enab
le/Disable Standard 25

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85

Set Length Range for Standard 25

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86

Parity Check

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87

Plessey

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88

Restore
Factory
Defa
ult
s

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88

Enable/Disable Plessey

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88

Set Length Range for Plessey

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88

Parity Check

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89

MSI
-
Plessey

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...

90

Restore
Factory
Default
s

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90

Enable/Disable MSI
-
Plessey

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91

Set Length Range for MSI
-
Plessey

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......

91

Parity Check

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92

PDF417

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93

Restore
Factory
Default
s

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93

Enable/Disable PDF417

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93

Set Length Range for PDF417

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94

PDF417 Twin Code

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94

Forward/Backwrd Direction PDF 417

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..

95

QR Code

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96

Restore
Factory
Default
s

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96

Enable/Disable QR Code

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96

Set Length Range for QR Code

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97

QR Twin Code

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97

Aztec

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98

Restore
Factory
Defaul
t
s

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98

Enable/Disable Aztec Code

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99

Set Length Range for Aztec Code

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99

Read Multi
-
barcodes of an Image

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......

100

Set the Number of Barcodes

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101

Data Matrix

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...

102

Restore
Factory
Default
s

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102

Enable/Disable Data Matrix

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102

Set Length Range for Data Matrix

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102

Data Matrix Twin Code

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103

Rectangular Barcode

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104

Forward/Backwrd Direction Data Matrix

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104

Maxicode

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......

105

Restore
Factory
Default
s

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105

Enable/Disable Maxicode

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105

Set Length Range for Maxicode

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106

Chinese Sensible Code

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107

Restore
Factory
Default
s

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107

Enable/Disable Chinese Sensible Code

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107

Set Length Range for Chinese Sensible Code

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107

Chinese Sensible Twin Code

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108

Forward/Backwrd Direction Chinese Sensible Code

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109

Chapter
7
Prefix & Suffix

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110

Introduction

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..

110

General Settin
gs

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110

Enable/Disable All Prefix/Suffix
................................
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............

110

Prefix Sequences

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..........................
111

Custom Prefix

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...............................

112

Enable/Disable

Custom Prefix

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.............

112

Set Custom Prefix

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..

112

AIM ID Prefix

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113

Code ID Prefix

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113

Restore All Default Code IDs

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114

Modify Code ID

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......

114

Custom Suffix

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...............................

118

Enable/Disable Custom Suffix

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.............

118

Set Custom Suffix

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................................
................................
................................
..

118

Terminating Character Suffix

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........

119

Enable/Disable Terminating Character Suffix

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....................

119


Set Terminating Character Suffix

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119

Chapter
8

Data
Extrac
tion & Packing

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.....

121

Introduction

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..

121

Data Extractio
n

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.............................

121

Program 1D Extraction Option

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122

Program 2D Extraction Option

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124

Data Packaging

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................................
............................

125

Introduction

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................................
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125

Normal Pack

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125

Chapter 9 Batch Programming

................................
................................
................................
................................
................

127

Introduction

................................
................................
................................
................................
................................
..

127

Create a Batch

Command

................................
................................
................................
................................
............

128

Create a Batch Barcode

................................
................................
................................
................................
...............

129

Use Batch Barcode

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................................
................................
................................
......................

129

Appendix

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...................

131

Digit Barcodes

................................
................................
................................
................................
..............................

131

Save/Cancel Barcodes

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132

Factory Defaults Table
................................
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..................

133

AIM ID Table

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................................
.

140

Code ID Table

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141

Symbology ID Number

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1



Preface

Introduction

This manual provides
detailed instructions for setting up and
using the

NLS
-
HR
32

series corde
d

2
D barcode

s
canner

NLS
-
HR
32
50
-
XX

(
h
ereinafter refer
red

to as “
HR
32

cord
ed

scanner
”)
.


Chapter Description

1.

Chapter

1,
Getting Started

:

G
ives a g
eneral

description of HR
32

cord
e
d

scanner including
its
technical
parameters.

2.

Chapter

2,
QuickSet

:

I
ntroduces
a useful tool
you can use to
set up
HR
32

corde
d

scanner

and
develop new applications
.

3.

Chapter

3,
System

Settings

:

I
ntroduces
three configuration methods and
describes how to configure

general parameters of HR32 corded scanner.

4.

Chapter

4,
RS
-
232
Interface

:
D
escribes how to configure

RS
-
232 communication parameters.

5.

Chapter

5
,
USB
Interface

:
D
escribes how to configure

USB

communication parameters.

6.

Chapter

6,
Symbologies

:

L
ists

all
compatible

symbologies and
and
describes how to configure
the
relevant
parameter
s
.
.

7.

Chapter

7
,
Prefix & Suffix

:

D
escribes

how to use prefix and suffix to customize scanned data.

8.

Chapter

8
, Data
Extrac
ti
on

& Pack
ing

:

D
escribes

how to
extract a particular portion of scanned data
and t
o enable
data packing feature
.

9.

Chapter

9
,
Batch Pro
gramm
ing

:

E
x
plains how to
integrate a
complex
programming
task

into
a single

barcode
.

10.

Appendix

:

P
r
ovides
factory
defaults table and a bunch of frequently used programming
barcodes.




2


Explanation of Icons



This icon indicates something relevant to this manual.



This icon indicates this information
require
s extra attention from the reader.




This icon
indicates handy tip
s
that can help you

us
e

or configur
e

the scanner

with ease
.



This icon indicate
s
practical

examples that can help you
to
acquaint yourself with operations.



3



Chapter

1 Getting Started

Introduction

The
HR32

corded scanner

read
s a

1D
or

2D barcode

by
capturing

its
image
. Adopting
the

advanced


technology
independently developed by

Newland

Auto
-
ID Tech, it provides users with
three

scan modes
, including
Manual Mode,
Auto
Mode and
Continuous

Mode,

tailored to different scanning

needs.

An illustrated introduction to

the HR
32

corde
d

scanner
is

included in this chapter
.

I
f you have a
HR32 corded scanner

at
hand
,
make good use of it to develop a better understanding of
this manu
a
l.

This chapter is
written for

normal users,
maintenance staff and software developer
s
.

Features

of the HR32



Comprehensive

data capture: most 1D and 2D barcodes including
Chinese Sensible Code.



Fast and
accurate

decoding capability: integrates high
-
performance

processor and barcode decoder board.



Easy to configure
and update.

Unpacking

Open
the package and take out HR
32

cord
ed

scanner and its accessories.
C
heck
to make sure everything on the packing

list

is present and intact
. If any contents are damaged or missing, please keep the original package and contact your
dealer immediately for afte
r
-
sale service.

4

HR
32

Corded Scanner


Fig. 1
-
1

Decode LED

Definitions

Red

:

S c a n n e r
i s p o we r e d o n
.

Gr e e n:
B a r c o d e i s d e c o d e d s u c c e s s f u l l y
.



Fig. 1
-
2


PIN

Definition

Type

Description

1

NC

-

N
o connection

2

NC

-

No connection

3

VCC

P

Power+ (
+5V
)

4

TXD

O

RS
-
232
o
utput


5



5

RXD

I

RS
-
232
i
nput

6

NC

-

No connection

7

NC

-

No connection

8

GND

P

Ground

9

D
-

I/O

USB

s
ignal

10

D+

I/O


Connect HR32 to a
Host

The HR32 corded scanner

must be connected to a
Host

in actual application, such as PC, POS or any intelligent terminal
with USB or RS
-
232
port
, via a communication cable, either USB or RS
-
232 cable
.

USB

USB

port on the
Host




RS
-
232

R
S
-
232

port on the
Host


Us
e

USB Cable


Fig. 1
-
3

6


Connect the
HR32 corded scanner

to
a
Host

through a USB cable with RJ45 and USB connectors:

1.

Plug the RJ45 connector into the
data

port (see Fig.1
-
1
)
on the

HR32 corded scanner
.

2.

Plug the USB connector into the USB port on the
Host
.

Us
e

RS
-
232 Cable


Fig. 1
-
4


Connect the
HR32 corded scanner

to

a
Host

through
a
RS
-
232 cable

with RJ45
,
RS
-
232

and power

connectors
:

1.

Plug the RJ45 connector into the
data

port
(see Fig.1
-
1
)
on the
HR32 corded scanner
.

2.

Plug the RS
-
232 connector into
the
RS
-
232

port
on the
Host
.

3.

Connect

the supplied power adaptor to the power connector of the RS
-
232 cable.

Remov
e

Communication Cable


Fig. 1
-
5


7




Get an appropriate needle or a straightened paper clip (Fig. 1
-
5) and then follow the steps below:

1.

Disconnect the power adaptor
from mains
if there is one.

2.

Insert the needle into the hole.

3.

Pull out the cable slowly from the scanner while
pressing the needle in.

4.

Remove the needle.

5.

Disconnect the cable from the
Host
.


Power on
,

Sleep
,
Power off
,
Reboot

Power on the
scanner

Connect the
HR32 corded scanner

to a
Host
. Then the
scanner

will be turned on and automatically enter the sleep mode.

Enter the sleep mode

If no operation is performed on the device for
some time
, the device will automatically enter the sleep state.

Power off the
scanner

Remove

the communication cable from the
HR32 corded scanner
; or
remove the USB cable from the
Host
; or
disconnect
the power adaptor from mains.

Reboot the
scanner

If the
HR32 corded scanner

stops
respon
ding to input

or
runs
abnormal
ly
,
turn off
the scanner and then turn it back on
.


Maintenance



The scan window should
be
kep
t

clean.




Do not scratch the scan window
.



Use soft brush to remove the stain
from
the scan window.



U
se the soft cloth to clean the window, such as
eye
glass cleaning
cloth.



Do not

spray

any

liquid on the scan window.



Do not

use any

detergent
to

clean other parts of the device
except for water.



The warranty
DOES NOT

cover damages caused by inappropriate care and maintenance.






8

Depth of Field

Barcode

Density

Symbology

HR32
50
-
S
X

(mm)

5

mil

Code 39

45


210

13

mil

UPC
-
A

55


295

20

mil

Code 39

45


365

6.67 mil

PDF417

30


160

10

mil

Datamatrix

15


170

20

mil

QR

15


265

30 mil

QR

25


340




9



Specifications

Performance

Image Sensor

CMOS

Pixels

752×480

Symbologies

2D

PDF417, QR Code(Model 1/2), DataMatrix(ECC200, ECC000,
050, 080,
100,

140),

Aztec, Maxicode,

etc
.

1D

Code

128, EAN
-
13, EAN
-
8, Code

39, UPC
-
A, UPC
-
E, Codabar, Interleaved
2 of 5, ISBN, Code 93, UCC/EAN
-
128, GS1 Databar, etc
.

Reading Precision

≥ 5 mil

Scan Angle**

Pitch

±60° @

0°Roll

and

0° Skew

Roll

360° @

0°Pitch and

0° Skew

Yaw

±55° @

0°Roll

and

0° Pitch

Minimum Symbol Contrast

25%

Interface

RS
-
232, USB

Mechanical

Dimensions (L x W x H)

113.5×73×159 mm

Weight

160g

Indication

Beep and LED

Power Adaptor

Output: DC5V, 1.5A Input: AC100 ~ 240V, 50~60Hz

Current

Working Current

330mA

(Max)

Sleep Current

65mA

Environmental


Operating Temperature

-
20°C ~50°C (
-
4°F ~ 122°F )

Storage Temperature

-
20°C ~ 70°C (
-
4°F

~ 158°F )

Humidity

5% ~ 95% (non
-
condensing)

ESD

±8 KV contact discharge; ±15 KV air discharge

Drop

1.5m drops to concrete

IP Seal

IP4x

Certifications

FCC Part15 Class B, CE EMC Class B, CCC

**Test conditions: Code 39, 3 Bytes; Narrow Space=10 mil;

Width: Narrow
=3:1;

PCS=0.8 ; Barcode Height=11 mm; Scan Distance=120 mm;
Ambient Temperature=23

; Illumination= 200 LUX

10


Dimensions

Side

View


Fig. 1
-
6



Front View


Fig. 1
-
7



11




Top View


Fig. 1
-
8


Scanning Instructions

When the HR
32

corde
d

scanner is in the Manual
scan
mode, you

can follow the steps below to
scan

a barcode:



Press

and hold
the Trigger

(see Fig.1
-
1
). T
hen
the scanner
will
project a
red

aiming
beam
.



Aim the red beam across the center of barcode, as shown in Fig.1
-
9
.



Release
the Trigger w
hen the red
beam

goes off
.

If the barcode is decoded successfully
,

the scanner will emit a good
decode beep and

the
decoded
data
will
be sent
to the
Host
.

Note:
For the same batch of barcodes, the scanner will keep a very high success ratio in

certain distance which can be
regarded as the optimal scanning distance.

12


Fig. 1
-
9








13



Chapter 2

QuickSet

QuickSet
is
Windows
-
based barcode reading software
developed by Newland Auto
-
ID

Tech
.

Users can use it to develop
applications
,
troubleshoot problems

and
configure HR32

corded
scanner
s
.



Fig.
2
-
1









0006010



Enter

Setup









00060
0
0


**

Exit Setup


14

Chapter
3

System

Settings

Introduction

There are t
hree
ways to configure

the

HR
32

cord
ed

scanner
: barcode programming,
command programming and QuickSet
programming.

Barcode
Programming

T
he HR
32

cord
ed

scanner
scan
s

a series of programming barcodes
to program features
.
In the following sections, we will
explain the options and features available and provide the barcodes to
program them.

This programming method is most straightforward. However, it requires
manually

scanning barcodes. As a result, errors
are more likely to occur
.


Command

Programming

You can send the
command

strings through the
Host

to y
ou
r scanner to perform configuration. In the following sections, the
command
s will be provided along with programming barcodes.

Fixture

like EVK3000 or other simple circuit board can be used to configure the scanners before

being integrated into your
equipme
nt or system. Another alternative is to
install a
configuration
tool on your equipment or system.

U
ser
s

can also design
an application to
send

those
command

strings
to

their scanners.

QuickSet

Programming

Besides
the two methods
mentioned
above,
you can
conveniently
perform scanner configuration
through

QuickSet

too
.
QuickSet is a
Windows
-
based
GUI program
,
enabl
ing

user
s

to gain access to decoded data and
captured
image
s

and to
configure scanners
.

This method is quite similar to the command programming.
QuickSet

is a software program particularly designed for
Newland Auto
-
ID
Tech
products.


Note:
A
ll
settings except temporary ones are stored
in
non
-
volatile memory of the scanner and

will
not be lost

by
removing power from the scanner
.



0006010



Enter Setup











00060
0
0


15


**

Exit Setup


Programming Barcode/

Command
/Function


Th
e figure above

is an example that shows you the programming barcode and command for the
Exit

Setup function:

1. The
E
xit

Setup

barcode

2. The
E
xit

Setup

command

3. The function
/feature

that can be
enabl
ed by using the programming
barcode or command listed above.

4. ** incidates
factory
default settings.

Use of Programming Barcodes

Scanning the
Enter Setup

barcode can enable the scanner to enter the setup mode. Then you can scan a number of
programming barcodes to configure your scanner.

To exit the setup mode, scan the
Exit Setup

barcode.

Some functions

or options

may involve parameter value settings that
require scanning numeric barcodes. To find the
numeric barcodes, see the “
Digit Barcodes
” section in
Appendix
.




0006000


**

Exit Setup





0006010



Enter Setup




Programming barcode data can be transmitted to the
Host
.

Scan the appropriate barcode below to
enable

or disable the
transmission of programming barcode data (programming commands) to the
Host
.



0006010



Enter

Setup









00060
0
0


**

Exit Setup


16




0002000


**

Do Not Transmit
Programming Barcode Data





0002010



Transmit Programming Barcode Data




I
mage

Capture Illumination

A couple of

illumination

options are provided

to

improve the lighting conditions during every image capture
:




Illumination
Bl
ink
s
:
Illumination LED f
lashes
when
scanner is
reading

barcode
.



Illumination

Always ON
: Illumination
LED
keeps

ON after

scanner is powered on.



Illumination
ON When Read
ing:

Illumination
LED
is
turned on
when
scanner is reading barcode.



I
llumination

OFF
:

Illumination
LED is OFF all the time
.





0200000


**

Illumination
Bl
ink
s





0200030



Illumination
ON When Read
ing





0200010



Illumination Always ON





0200020



I
llumination

OFF




Aiming Beam

Aiming beam

helps you to find the optimum scanning distance
.
S
can the appropriate barcode below to enable or disable
the aiming beam.



0006010



Enter Setup











00060
0
0


17


**

Exit Setup




Aiming Beam
Bli
nk
s
:

Aiming beam
flashes

when scanner is reading barcode.



Aiming Beam

Always ON
:

Aiming beam
keeps ON

after scanner is powered on.



Aiming Beam

OFF
:
Aimi
ng beam is
OFF all the time
.




0201000


**

Aiming Beam
Bl
ink
s





0201020



Aiming Beam OFF





0201010



Aiming Beam Always ON






Beep

Decode
Beep
s

Scanning

the

Disable Decode Beep
s

barcode

can turn off the beeps that indicate successful and unsuccessful decode;
scanning

the

Enable Decode Beep
s

barcode
can turn them back on.




0203010


**

Enable Decode Beep
s





0203000



Disable Decode Beep
s







0006010



Enter

Setup









00060
0
0


**

Exit Setup


18

Beep
Type

(for Good Decode)




0203020


**

Type

1





0203022



Type

3







0203021



Type

2






Beep Duration

(Type 1)




0203050


**

Medium (
80ms
)





0203051



Short (
40ms
)







0203052



Custom (
20
-
300ms
)









0006010



Enter Setup











00060
0
0


19


**

Exit Setup


Beep
Frequency (Type 1)




0203060



Extra Low (
800Hz
)





0203061



Low

(
1600Hz
)







0203062


**

Medium (
2730Hz
)





0203063



High

(
4200Hz
)







0203064



Custom (
20
-
20000Hz
)






Beep
Volume (for Good Decode)




0203030


**

Loud





0203032



Low







0006010



Enter

Setup









00060
0
0


**

Exit Setup


20



0203031



Medium





Startup Beep




0204001


**

Enable Startup Beep





0204000



Disable Startup Beep





Beep

Definitions


Beep

Sequence

Indication

4

ascending beeps

Power up