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    HP Wireless Barcode Scanner User Guide...

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    Microsoft and Windows are either trademarks or registered trademarks of Microsoft Corporation in the United States and/or other countries. The only warranties for HP products and services are set forth in the express warranty statements accompanying such products and services. Nothing herein should be construed as constituting an additional warranty.

  • Page 3: About This Guide

    About This Guide This guide provides information on setting up and using the HP Wireless Barcode Scanner. WARNING! Text set off in this manner indicates that failure to follow directions could result in bodily harm or loss of life. CAUTION: Text set off in this manner indicates that failure to follow directions could result in damage to equipment or loss of information.

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    About This Guide...

  • Page 5: Table Of Contents

    Carriage Return ............................ 2 Tab ............................... 3 Volume ..............................4 2 Product Features ............................6 HP Wireless Barcode Scanner ......................6 3 Safety and Maintenance ..........................7 Ergonomic Recommendations ......................7 Cleaning ............................... 8 4 Setting Up and Using the Scanner ........................ 9 Positioning the Base Station ........................

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    Mexico Notice ............................. 34 Laser Compliance ..........................34 Product Environmental Notices ......................35 Materials Disposal ......................35 Disposal of Waste Equipment by Users in Private Household in the European Union ..35 HP Recycling Program ...................... 35 Chemical Substances ......................35...

  • Page 7: Quick Setup, Opos Driver

    HP Point of Sale System Software and Documentation CD that comes with the scanner or the softpaq that is located on the HP support web site. Scan the following bar code (USB COM OPOS) in order to put the HP Wireless Barcode Scanner into the mode to be used with the OPOS drivers.

  • Page 8: Carriage Return

    Carriage Return Scan the following bar code to set the scanner back to the factory defaults. Figure 1-4 Set All Defaults NOTE: Scanning the “Set All Defaults” bar code does not change the interface type. If a carriage return is required after each scanned bar code, scan the following bar codes in order: Figure 1-5 Enter Programming Mode Figure 1-6...

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    Figure 1-10 Exit Programming Mode Scan the following bar code to set the scanner back to the factory defaults. Figure 1-11 Set All Defaults NOTE: Scanning the “Set All Defaults” bar code does not change the interface type. If a tab is required after each scanned bar code, scan the following bar codes in order: Figure 1-12 Enter Programming Mode Figure 1-13...

  • Page 10: Volume

    Scan the following bar code to set the scanner back to the factory defaults. Figure 1-18 Set All Defaults Scan the following barcode to set the volume of the good read beep on the HP Wireless Barcode Scanner: Figure 1-19...

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    Figure 1-22 Medium Figure 1-23 High Scan the following barcode to exit the programming mode. Figure 1-24 Exit Programming Mode Volume...

  • Page 12: Product Features, Hp Wireless Barcode Scanner

    Product Features HP Wireless Barcode Scanner With rich feature sets and extensive model options, the HP Wireless Barcode Scanner represents the premium level of data collection equipment for general purpose applications. The HP scanner has enhanced optics with improved motion tolerance, allowing codes placed on fast-moving objects to be easily and quickly captured, creating the ideal scanner for tasks requiring high throughput like those found in retail and light industrial environments.

  • Page 13: Safety And Maintenance, Ergonomic Recommendations

    Safety and Maintenance Ergonomic Recommendations WARNING! In order to avoid or minimize the potential risk of ergonomic injury follow the recommendations below. Consult with your local Health & Safety Manager to ensure that you are adhering to your company’s safety programs to prevent employee injury. ●...

  • Page 14: Cleaning

    Cleaning Exterior surfaces and scan windows exposed to spills, smudges or debris require periodic cleaning to ensure best performance during scanning operations. Contacts on the scanner and the base should also be cleaned as needed to ensure a good connection. Figure 3-1 Cleaning Use a soft, dry cloth to clean the product.

  • Page 15: Setting Up And Using The Scanner, Positioning The Base Station, Changing The Base Station Position

    Setting Up and Using the Scanner Follow the steps below to connect and get the scanner up and communicating with its host. Configure the Base Station starting on this page. Charge the Batteries (refer to Charging the Batteries on page 13).

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    NOTE: A tool such as a rigid pen or a flat screwdriver can be used to change the mounts. Do not allow it to touch the contacts. Insert the appropriate parts for the desired base station position, as shown below. You can insert parts for a standing, horizontal, or vertical position (1) or you can insert parts for a horizontal only position (2).

  • Page 17: Connecting The Base Station

    The stand can now be repositioned in either horizontal (1) or standing (2) position. Figure 4-4 Repositioning the Stand Connecting the Base Station You can connect the Base Station to a terminal, PC, or other host device. Turn off the host before connection and consult the manual for that equipment (if necessary) before proceeding.

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    The scanner can be set up to require a PIN code when connecting to the host. If you are adding new equipment to a system that uses a custom security PIN, please see the HP Wireless Barcode Scanner Programming Reference Guide (PRG) for information before proceeding.

  • Page 19: Using The Base, Base Leds, Charging The Batteries

    The button (3) can be used to force device connection via the HP Scanner Configuration Software tool, to force a Bluetooth disconnect, and for paging the scanner when it is activated. Refer to the HP Wireless Barcode Scanner Programming Reference Guide (PRG) for a more detailed explanation.

  • Page 20: Battery Safety

    Always charge the battery at 32° – 104° F (0° – 40° C) temperature range. Use only the authorized power supplies, battery pack, chargers, and docks supplied by your HP reseller. The use of any other power supplies can damage the device and void your warranty.

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    other words, the batteries should be expected to take 500 full discharge/charge cycles before needing replacement. This number is higher if partial discharging/recharging is adhered to rather than full/deep discharging. CAUTION: Storage of batteries for a long time at fully charged status or at fully discharged status should be avoided.

  • Page 22: Replacing The Batteries

    Replacing the Batteries NOTE: Before proceeding, read “Battery Safety” on the preceding pages. HP recommends annual replacement of rechargeable battery packs to ensure maximum performance. Use the following procedure to change the reader’s battery: Using a screwdriver, unscrew the battery cover screw (1).

  • Page 23: Using The Scanner

    Carefully lift out the gold contacts circuit (1), and remove the battery holder cap while letting the white connector pass through the hole (2) in the battery holder (as shown below). Figure 4-10 Removing the Battery Holder Cap Remove the old battery from its place (if present), and insert the new battery in the same position.

  • Page 24: Linking The Reader, Link Rf Devices To Base, Link Scanner To Bluetooth Adapter

    The scanner can be set up to require a PIN code when connecting. If you want to set up a PIN, or when adding new equipment to a system that uses a custom security PIN, please see the HP Wireless Barcode Scanner Programming Reference Guide (PRG) for information.

  • Page 25: Power Off, Selecting The Interface Type, Usb-com, Usb Keyboard Interface

    Power Off Scan the bar code below to shut off power to the BT handheld until the next trigger pull. Figure 4-15 Power Off Selecting the Interface Type Upon completing the physical connection between the reader and its host, proceed directly to Interface Selection below for information and programming for the interface type the reader is connected to (for example: RS-232, USB, etc.) and scan the appropriate bar code to select your system’s correct interface type.

  • Page 26: Country Mode

    Thai Greek French Canadian Portuguese (EU) Hungarian German Brazilian Portuguese Slovakian Italian Japanese See the HP Wireless Barcode Scanner Programming Reference Guide (PRG) for information and programming bar codes for this feature. Chapter 4 Setting Up and Using the Scanner...

  • Page 27: Programming The Scanner, Using Programming Bar Codes, Configure Other Settings, Resetting Standard Product Defaults

    Interfaces section, select other options and customize the scanner through use of the programming bar codes available in the HP Wireless Barcode Scanner Programming Reference Guide (PRG). Check the corresponding features section for your interface, and also the Data Editing and Symbologies chapters of the PRG.

  • Page 28: Reading Parameters, Aiming System, Good Read Green Spot Duration

    As you read code symbols, adjust the distance at which you are holding the scanner. Aiming System A number of options for customizing control of the Aiming System are available. See the HP Wireless Barcode Scanner Programming Reference Guide (PRG) for more information and programming bar codes.

  • Page 29: Operating Modes, Scan Mode

    Operating Modes Scan Mode The imager can be set to operate in one of several scanning modes. See the HP Wireless Barcode Scanner Programming Reference Guide (PRG) for more information and settings for any of the options: Trigger Single (Default): This mode is associated with typical handheld scanner operation. Motion Sense is active and if the scanner detects motion the aiming pattern is turned on.

  • Page 30: Multiple Label Reading, Stand Operation

    Pick Mode = Enabled Multiple Label Reading The scanner offers a number of options for multiple label reading. See the HP Wireless Barcode Scanner Programming Reference Guide (PRG) or software configuration tool for descriptions of these features and programming labels.

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    ● Switch to Flashing - Automatically switches the scanner to Flash Mode when placed in the stand. ● Switch to Always On - Automatically switches the scanner to Always On mode when placed in the stand. Figure 6-9 ENTER/EXIT PROGRAMMING MODE Figure 6-10 Ignore Autorecognition Figure 6-11...

  • Page 32: Appendix A Technical Support, Online Technical Support, Preparing To Call Technical Support

    If you can not solve a problem, you may need to call technical support. Have the following information available when you call: ● If the product is connected to an HP POS computer, provide the serial number of the POS computer ●...

  • Page 33: B Technical Specifications

    Technical Specifications The following table contains physical and performance characteristics, user environment and regulatory information. Item Description Physical Characteristics Color Black Dimensions Height 7.1”/181 mm Length 3.9”/100 mm Width 2.8”/71 mm Weight (without cable) Approximately 8.7 ounces / 246 g (reader) Approximately 8.7 ounces / 246 g (base charger) Electrical Characteristics Battery Type...

  • Page 34: Appendix B Technical Specifications

    Depth of Field (Typical) Symbology Code 39 5mil: 1.6” - 7.5” (4.0 - 19cm); 10mil: 0.4” - 11.8” (1.0 - 30cm); 20mil: up to 17.7” (up to 45cm) 7.5mil: 0.5” - 10.6” (2.0 - 27cm) 13mil: 0.6” - 15.7” (1.5 - 40cm) PDF-417 6.6mil: 1.0”...

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    Decode Capability 1D Bar Codes 2D / Stacked Codes The scanner is capable of decoding the following symbologies using multiple frames (i.e. Multi-Frame Decoding): ● ● ● PDF-417 Aztec PDF-417 ● ● ● QR Code Sweden Post MacroPDF ● ● ●...

  • Page 36: Led And Beeper Indications

    “Good Read: mono/bitonal setting and When to Indicate” (see the duration upon a successful HP Wireless Barcode label scan. Scanner Programming Reference Guide for information). ROM Failure There is an error in the...

  • Page 37: Error Codes

    INDICATION DESCRIPTION BEEPER Label Programming Mode In cases where multiple Scanner sounds one short Acceptance of Partial Label labels must be scanned to beep at highest frequency program one feature, this and current volume. indication acknowledges each portion as it is successfully scanned.

  • Page 38: Appendix C Agency Regulatory Notices, Federal Communications Commission Notice, Modifications, Cables

    Agency Regulatory Notices In some environments, the use of wireless devices may be restricted. Such restrictions may apply on- board airplanes, in hospitals, near explosives, in hazardous locations, and so on. If you are uncertain of the policy that applies to the use of this product, ask for authorization to use it before you turn it on. Federal Communications Commission Notice This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules.

  • Page 39: Canadian Notice, Avis Canadien

    Houston, Texas 77269-2000 Or, call 1-800-HP-INVENT (1-800 474-6836) For questions regarding this FCC declaration, contact: Hewlett Packard Company P. O. Box 692000, Mail Stop 510101 Houston, Texas 77269-2000 Or, call (281) 514-3333 To identify this product, refer to the Part, Series, or Model number found on the product.

  • Page 40: European Union Regulatory Notice, Mexico Notice, Laser Compliance

    • Do not try to open the module enclosure. There are no user-serviceable components inside. • Do not operate controls, make adjustments, or perform procedures to the laser device other than those specified herein. • Allow only HP Authorized Service technicians to repair the unit. Appendix C Agency Regulatory Notices...

  • Page 41: Product Environmental Notices, Materials Disposal

    Product Environmental Notices Materials Disposal Some HP LCD monitors contain mercury in the fluorescent lamps that might require special handling at end-of-life. Disposal of this material can be regulated because of environmental considerations. For disposal or recycling information, contact the local authorities or the Electronic Industries Alliance (EIA) http://www.eiae.org.

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