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  • Page 1 Barcode Handy Terminal BHT-904B/BHT-914B User’s Manual...
  • Page 2 3) The modification of DENSO WAVE’s products by parties other than DENSO WAVE.  If it is judged by DENSO WAVE INCORPORATED that malfunction of the product is due to the product having been dropped or subjected to impact, repairs will be made at a reasonable charge even within the...
  • Page 3 Barcode Handy Terminal Customer Registration and Inquiries Customer Registration To allow us to provide our customers with comprehensive service and support, we request that all customers complete a Member Registration Form. Registered members will be offered the following privileges.  The latest upgrade information ...
  • Page 4: About This Manual

     Every attempt has been made to ensure that the content of this manual is thorough and up to date, however, we kindly ask that any questionable content, mistakes, or omissions be reported to DENSO WAVE.  The copyright for this User’s Manual belongs to DENSO WAVE INCORPORATED.
  • Page 5 Barcode Handy Terminal Viewing this Manual  About the Bookmark The PDF Bookmark function can be used to jump to the Contents page. <Procedure> (1) Click the “Bookmark” tab. (2) Click “ ” to search for the desired item. (3) Click the item to be read. (1) Click the “Bookmark”...
  • Page 6 BHT-904B/BHT-914B  Searching by Word The PDF search function can be used to jump to the target page by entering words or characters related to the item being searched. (1) Click the Search icon. (Or select “Edit” – “Search”.) (2) Enter the word(s) or character(s) to be searched for.
  • Page 7 Barcode Handy Terminal Related Documentation  BHT-BASIC Programmer’s Manual (BHT-900 Series) This is an instruction manual used to create handy terminal programs with BHT-BASIC.  BHT-BASIC 4.0 Transfer Utility User’s Guide This is an instruction manual for software relating to data transfer between the computer and BHT-900 and comes bundled with the BHT-BASIC 4.0 Transfer Utility.
  • Page 8: Safety Precautions

    BHT-904B/BHT-914B SAFETY PRECAUTIONS  Be sure to observe all these safety precautions. Please READ through this manual carefully. It will enable you to use the BHT and CU correctly. Always keep this manual nearby for speedy reference. Strict observance of these warnings and cautions is a MUST for preventing accidents that could result in bodily injury and substantial property damage.
  • Page 9 Barcode Handy Terminal Handling the battery Mishandling of the battery may result in electrical shock, overheating, smoke generation, combustion, or blowout. Please read the following items prior to use. Never disassemble or modify the battery.  Never connect the battery (+) and (-) terminals with a metal object such as a piece of wire. ...
  • Page 10 BHT-904B/BHT-914B Handling the BHT Mishandling of the BHT-904B/BHT-914B may result in electrical shock, overheating, or smoke generation. Please read the following items prior to use. Never disassemble or modify the BHT.  Do not insert foreign materials in the BHT.
  • Page 11 Barcode Handy Terminal Handling the CU  If smoke, abnormal odors or noises come from the CU, immediately unplug the AC adapter from the wall socket or CU and contact your nearest dealer. Failure to do so could cause fire or electrical shock. If foreign material or water gets into the CU, immediately unplug the AC adapter from the wall socket or ...
  • Page 12 BHT. Doing so will result in malfunction or machine failure. Do not drop the BHT on the floor or apply strong shock to it. Doing so could cause malfunction of the  BHT. Do not use batteries other than that specified by DENSO WAVE. ...
  • Page 13 Barcode Handy Terminal Handling the CU Never disassemble or modify the CU; doing so could result in an accident such as fire or malfunction.  Never put the CU in places where there are excessively high temperatures, such as inside closed-up ...
  • Page 14 BHT-904B/BHT-914B xiii...
  • Page 15: Table Of Contents

    BHT-904B/BHT-914B Chapter 1 Outline This chapter describes the BHT system and provides an overall outline of the BHT. System Configuration・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 2 1.1.1 Hardware Configuration ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 2 1.1.2 Software Configuration ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 4 Component Names and Functions ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 7 1.2.1 BHT Front/Rear・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 7 1.2.2...
  • Page 16: System Configuration

    BHT-904B/BHT-914B 1.1 System Configuration This section describes the hardware required for the barcode data collection system used by the BHT and the BHT software. 1.1.1 Hardware Configuration In addition to the BHT, the following hardware and software are required for the barcode data collection system used by the BHT.
  • Page 17 Barcode Handy Terminal  Host Computer Allows you to edit, manage and download user programs and data, as well as downloading system programs. Models: PC/AT Compatible Operating Systems and Optional Application Programs Windows XP Windows Vista Windows 7 (32bit edition) (32bit edition) (32bit edition) BHT-BASIC4.0 Development Pack...
  • Page 18: Software Configuration

    BHT-904B/BHT-914B 1.1.2 Software Configuration This section describes the software used for BHT Series application development and application in addition to the software used at the BHT unit. Please note that the above-mentioned software can be downloaded (Certain versions may be for trial use.) from the QBNet service discussed at “Customer Registration”...
  • Page 19 Barcode Handy Terminal [3] Software Used at the BHT Unit The BHT unit FLASH memory has a system area and user area, with the system program stored in the system area and font files and user programs stored in the user area. The BHT unit is shipped with the system program and font files stored in their respective areas.
  • Page 20 BHT-904B/BHT-914B  Font File These files are required to display JIS 1 and 2 standard Kanji characters at the BHT unit LCD display. By using font files, the BHT unit is able to display 12 or 16 dot Kanji in application programs (*.PD4).
  • Page 21: Component Names And Functions

    Barcode Handy Terminal 1.2 Component Names and Functions 1.2.1 BHT Front/Rear (11) (10) (12) (13) Name Function and Description Indicator LED Indicates the barcode read status. Illuminates in blue when the BHT has successfully read a barcode. LCD (Liquid crystal display) Displays the characters and graphic patterns.
  • Page 22: Keypad/bht Screen

    BHT-904B/BHT-914B 1.2.2 Keypad/BHT Screen The BHT key functions can be set at user programs. The diagram below shows an example of settings for each key function. (11) (9) (10) (12) Name Function and Description Trigger switch (magic key M3) ※ only BHT-904 Each of the M3, M4, and M5 keys is assigned to a trigger switch by default.
  • Page 23 Barcode Handy Terminal Name Function and Description Used to select functions. ~ Function keys * The functions of the function keys are assigned at user programs. For details, refer to the Programmer’s Manual. (10) ~ Cursor keys Used to move the cursor and select menus. Used in combination with other keys such as the numeric keys and key for (11)
  • Page 24 BHT-904B/BHT-914B If the system display is set to ON at the system settings or in the user program, icons display at the bottom of the screen (default) indicating the key shift status, alphabet entry status, and status of the link with the CU-911.
  • Page 25: This Chapter Presents Information On How To Load The Battery, Turn On/off The Bht

    BHT-904B/BHT-914B Chapter 2 BHT Preparation This chapter presents information on how to load the battery, turn ON/OFF the BHT power, and on the use of the hand strap. “BHT Preparation” Procedure ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・12 Loading the Battery ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・13 Battery Power Level Indicator ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 15 2.2.1...
  • Page 26: Bht Preparation" Procedure ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・12

    BHT-904B/BHT-914B 2.1 “BHT Preparation” Procedure Follow the steps below to prepare the BHT for use. 2.2 Loading the Battery First load the battery. (Page 13) 2.3 Wearing the Hand Strap Wear the hand strap at your wrist to prevent the BHT from being dropped.
  • Page 27: Loading The Battery ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・13

    Barcode Handy Terminal 2.2 Loading the Battery Batteries are not included in the package. Have the battery specified by DENSO WAVE ready. ® Specified battery: AA alkaline battery (LR6) or AA rechargeable battery eneloop (HR-3UTGA) Note 1: Use rechargeable batteries already charged.
  • Page 28 BHT-904B/BHT-914B Mishandling of the battery may result in electrical shock, overheating, smoke generation, combustion, or blowout. Please read the following items prior to use. Never disassemble or modify the batteries.  Never connect the battery (+) and (-) terminals with a metal object such as a piece of wire.
  • Page 29: Battery Power Level Indicator

    Barcode Handy Terminal 2.2.1 Battery Power Level Indicator Confirming at the Power Level Icon The battery power level can be confirmed at the battery icon ( ) displayed in the bottom left of the LCD screen. The battery power is indicated in four levels. The battery power level indicator tells you when to charge the batteries.
  • Page 30: Wearing The Hand Strap ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・16

    BHT-904B/BHT-914B 2.3 Wearing the Hand Strap Wear the hand strap to prevent the BHT from being accidentally dropped during use. 2.3.1 Attaching the Hand Strap Attach the hand strap to the BHT as shown below. 2.3.2 Holding the BHT Wear the hand strap to your wrist and hold the BHT as shown below.
  • Page 31: Initial Setup (setting The Date, Time, And Message Language)・・・・・・・・・・・17

    Barcode Handy Terminal 2.4 Initial Setup (Setting the date, time, and message language) Turn ON the power after inserting the batteries into the BHT. Note that the clock and message language are not set at the time of purchase. Therefore, it is necessary to make those settings when turning ON the power for the first time.
  • Page 32: Easy Pack Ad For Bht-900 ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・18

    BHT-904B/BHT-914B Press numeric key [1] or [2] and ENT key to select either of the following items. 1: Easy Pack Ad Activates the easy operation application software. For details, refer to the manual accompanying with the application. 2: Code scanning demo A scanning demo commences.
  • Page 33: Turning Off The Power ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・19

    Barcode Handy Terminal Press the SCAN key to activate the Easy Pack Ad for BHT-900. The screen on the right appears.  Point  When the M1 key is pressed, the Easy Pack Ad for BHT-900 is activated in the same manner as for the SCAN key. Note, however, that the screen in step 1 is no longer displayed after this point.
  • Page 34: Turning The Power Off After Data Back-up

    BHT-904B/BHT-914B 2.6.2 Turning the Power OFF after Data Back-up Hold down the Power key ( ) for at least 3 seconds. The message right displays and data back-up is commenced. The power turns OFF itself when the back-up is complete.
  • Page 35 Barcode Handy Terminal If Scandisk finds a broken file or files, the screen on the right appears. (If any broken files exist, the screen on the right appears each time the BHT starts.) (Refer to “About “$$BRKLST.SYS” on the following page.) After a few seconds with the screen displayed, the system starts.
  • Page 36: If Broken Files Are Found

    BHT-904B/BHT-914B About “$$BRKLST.SYS” If Scandisk finds an invalid file(s), it will automatically create the "$$BRKLST.SYS" file. To check the contents of the file, upload the file in System Mode to the host computer. (Refer to “Chapter 4 System Operation” – “4.5.4 Uploading Files (UPLOAD MENU).”) Contents of the “$$BRKLST.SYS”...
  • Page 37 BHT-904B/BHT-914B Chapter 3 Basic Operation This chapter describes basic operations such as barcode reading, numeric data entry and item selection using the BHT, basic changes to settings, and BHT data transmission. Reading Barcodes ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・24 Numeric Data Entry ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・26 Task Selection・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・26 Changing the Default Settings ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・27...
  • Page 38: Reading Barcodes ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・24

     Point  magic keys M3(*1) and M4(*1) and SCAN key (M5) when shipped from the factory. *1: only BHT-904B Hold the BHT close to the barcode within the reach of light. Blue LED ON When the BHT has read the barcode successfully, the indicator LED will illuminate in blue.
  • Page 39 Barcode Handy Terminal When unable to successfully read barcodes… Cause Countermeasure Change the BHT reading angle and try again. When the light is focused on the printed Specular surface of the barcode from directly above, reflection the BHT may not read the code due to specular reflection.
  • Page 40: Numeric Data Entry ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・26

    BHT-904B/BHT-914B 3.2 Numeric Data Entry Enter numeric data such as product volume with the numeric keys and Enter ( ) key. If numeric data is entered incorrectly, use the Backspace/clear key ( ) to delete the data and then reenter with the numeric keys.
  • Page 41: Changing The Default Settings ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・27

    Barcode Handy Terminal 3.4 Changing the Default Settings The following settings can be changed at the MENU screen. Item Details Setting Used to set the volume of the buzzer that notifies the user VOLUME when barcode reading is complete. Mute→Lo→Mid→Hi (BUZZER VOLUME) The volume can be adjusted in 4 levels: Hi, Lo, Mid and Mute.
  • Page 42 BHT-904B/BHT-914B Use the [◄] and [►] cursor keys to select ~ the setting. Press any of the following keys to exit the settings screen. ・ M1 key long press ・ Backspace/clear key long press ・ Enter key...
  • Page 43: Transmitting Data ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・29

    Barcode Handy Terminal 3.5 Transmitting Data Three methods for transmitting data which the BHT collects to the host computer are possible; via IrDA, or USB. When performing data communication between BHT units, use the IrDA communication. The data transmission method and BHT setting method will differ depending on the system used, and therefore the system administrator should be contacted for details of operation.
  • Page 44: Irda Communication

    BHT-904B/BHT-914B 3.5.1 IrDA communication  When performing data communication between BHT units Point the BHT IrDA communication ports toward each other and perform communication. IrDA communication Request  Make sure that the light path between the BHT and any target stations is not obstructed.
  • Page 45: Usb Communication

    Barcode Handy Terminal 3.5.2 USB Communication Request  Use a USB2.0 compatible mini-B cable, sold separately.  Connect the BHT to the USB port on the main body of the host computer.  If a connection is made via the hub, proper communication may not occur. ...
  • Page 46 BHT-904B/BHT-914B...
  • Page 47: This Chapter Describes How To Initialize And Update The System, Start Up A User

    BHT-904B/BHT-914B Chapter 4 System Operation This chapter describes how to initialize and update the system, start up a user program, and operate System Mode. Initializing the BHT System ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・34 4.1.1 Selecting the Memory Area to be Initialized・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 35 4.1.2 Selecting the Message Version (English/Japanese/Simplified Chinese/Traditional Chinese/Korean/Thai) 36 4.1.3...
  • Page 48: Initializing The Bht System ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・34

    BHT-904B/BHT-914B 4.1 Initializing the BHT System By initializing the system, program files and data files downloaded to the BHT user area are deleted, and system settings are returned to the default status when shipped from the factory. The system must be initialized when: ●...
  • Page 49: Selecting The Memory Area To Be Initialized

    Barcode Handy Terminal 4.1.1 Selecting the Memory Area to be Initialized Press the Power key ( ) while holding down the SF, M1 and [0] keys together. Select the memory area to be initialized. (1) To exempt font files from deletion Ensure that “1: USER AREA EXCEPT FONTS”...
  • Page 50: Selecting The Message Version (english/japanese/simplified Chinese/traditional Chinese/korean/thai)

    BHT-904B/BHT-914B 4.1.2 Selecting the Message Version (English/Japanese/Simplified Chinese/Traditional Chinese/Korean/Thai) When the screen displays as shown on the right, select the message S E L E C T M E S S A G E display language with the numeric keys.
  • Page 51: Performing System Initialization

    Barcode Handy Terminal 4.1.4 Performing System Initialization The screen displays as shown on the right during system initialization. Upon completion of system initialization, the BHT displays the screen on the right for a second and then turns OFF automatically.  Point  Never turn OFF the BHT power during system initialization.
  • Page 52: Updating The System ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・38

    BHT-904B/BHT-914B 4.2 Updating the System 4.2.1 Updating the BHT System The BHT system update procedure is as follows. BHT System Update File Download ↓ BHT System Update  BHT System Update File Download Refer to sections “4.5.3 Downloading Files (DOWNLOAD Menu)” and “4.5.9 Downloading/Uploading Files by FTP (FTP MENU)”, and download the BHT system update file to the BHT.
  • Page 53: System Update

    Barcode Handy Terminal 4.2.2 CU-911 System Update The CU-911 system update procedure is as follows. CU-911 System Update File Download ↓ CU-911 System Update  CU-911 System Update File Download Refer to sections “4.5.3 Downloading Files (DOWNLOAD Menu)” and “4.5.9 Downloading/Uploading Files by FTP (FTP MENU)”, and download the CU-911 system update file to the BHT.
  • Page 54: Executing User Programs ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・40

    BHT-904B/BHT-914B 4.3 Executing User Programs User programs (application programs) can be executed using the following methods. Select the most appropriate method to meet the objective. 4.3.1 Executing from the SYSTEM MENU “EXECUTE PROGRAM” Select the program to be executed at the SYSTEM MENU “EXECUTE PROGRAM” menu.
  • Page 55 Barcode Handy Terminal Several directory management program examples are given below. The names of the files used in these examples are as follows. MAIN.PD4 Program to be executed by pressing the Power key ( ) only SUBMAIN.PD4 Program chained from MAIN.PD4 using the BHT-BASIC CHAIN statement USER.PD4 New program AAAAAAAA.DAT...
  • Page 56: Executing By Wake-up

    BHT-904B/BHT-914B  (Example 3) Recommended download method After system initialization, first download the program to be executed simply by pressing the Power key ). In this case, this program is always registered at the beginning of the system directory management unless the program has been deleted and another file downloaded.
  • Page 57: System Mode ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・43

    Barcode Handy Terminal 4.4 System Mode By starting up the BHT in System Mode and selecting each menu, the following operations can be performed individually. ● Executing setup ● Executing user programs ● File download/upload ● System environment settings ● BHT operation test ●...
  • Page 58: System Mode Basic Operation

    BHT-904B/BHT-914B 4.4.2 System Mode Basic Operation Menu Selection and Display Use the following procedure to select and display each menu. Press numeric  Operation example corresponding to the menu to be selected. Alternatively, press the cursor Select [4: SET SYSTEM] w keys ([▲] [▼]) to select the...
  • Page 59 Barcode Handy Terminal Setting Value Selection  Operation example Use the following procedure to select setting values. Press the numeric key corresponding to the item to be selected. Alternatively, press the cursor keys ([▲] [▼]) to select the item. The selected item will be highlighted. Select the setting item with the [2] key or [▲]/[▼] keys.
  • Page 60: System Menu Configuration

    BHT-904B/BHT-914B 4.4.3 SYSTEM MENU Configuration Menu Configuration for Items Displayed at the SYSTEM MENU Screen Select the item with the numeric keys or cursor keys ([▲] [▼]) and press the ENT key. SYSTEM MENU SETUP menu Refer to section “4.5.1 Executing Setup (“SETUP” menu)”.
  • Page 61 Barcode Handy Terminal Downloading/Uploading by FTP Refer to section “4.5.9 Downloading/Uploading Files by BS/C key [7] and ENT keys FTP”. DEVICE MENU DEVICE menu 1:USB Refer to section “4.5.10 USB Communication”. [8] and ENT keys...
  • Page 62 BHT-904B/BHT-914B Menu Configuration for Items Not Displayed at the SYSTEM MENU Screen Press the corresponding numeric key while holding down the SF key. SYSTEM MENU [0] with SF held down Deleting Font Files [2] with SF Refer to section “4.5.11 Deleting Font Files”.
  • Page 63: System Menu ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・49

    Barcode Handy Terminal 4.5 SYSTEM MENU 4.5.1 Executing Setup (“SETUP” menu) The BHT setup can be effectively executed using the BHT Setting and clone functions. This section explains the setup with the clone function using the two BHTs. Use the following procedure to setup the BHT.
  • Page 64 BHT-904B/BHT-914B Execute the master-side setup. Setup is performed with the BHT Setting and other SYSTEM MENU functions. Perform the settings for the master-side clone using “2: CLONE” and “3: OPTION” from the SETUP menu. Use the option menu to perform settings such as the clone number and authentication key.
  • Page 65 Barcode Handy Terminal Select “2: SLAVE” from the slave-side CLONE MENU. Master Side Slave Side Align the BHTs as shown below and then press ENT key on the transmitting device. Data Max. 15 cm Master BHT Slave BHT (to be tested) The status of the data transmission progress is displayed as shown on the screens below.
  • Page 66 BHT-904B/BHT-914B When communication is complete, the CLONE MENU (screen 1) reappears. In the event of a communication error, screen 2 appears. Screen 1: Error occurrence Screen 2: Error/Correctly completed List of possible errors when cloning Processing Outline Displayed Message Detail...
  • Page 67: Executing User Programs (execute Program Menu)

    Barcode Handy Terminal 4.5.2 Executing User Programs (EXECUTE PROGRAM Menu) Individually select and execute user programs downloaded to the BHT. Use the follow ing procedure to execute user programs. Select “1: EXECUTE PROGRAM” at the TEM MENU and then press the ENT key.
  • Page 68: Downloading Files (download Menu)

    BHT-904B/BHT-914B 4.5.3 Downloading Files (DOWNLOAD Menu) Download files to the BHT user area from other devices such as the host computer.  Point  If a file with the same name as one already used in the user area of the target memory in ...
  • Page 69 Barcode Handy Terminal Select either “1: FILE” or “2: HT<-->HT COPY” and press the ENT key. The screen displays as shown on the right indicating that the BHT is iting for the file to be downloaded. screen displays as shown on the right only when “1: FILE” is selected. If “2: HT<-->HT COPY”...
  • Page 70 BHT-904B/BHT-914B When downloading is complete, the beeper sounds once and the screen displays as shown on the right. When the number of received records equals the total number of records, downloading is complete. hen using the Ymodem protocol, the received file size equals the total file size.)
  • Page 71: Uploading Files (upload Menu)

    Barcode Handy Terminal 4.5.4 Uploading Files (UPLOAD Menu) Upload files stored in the BHT user area to another device. Use the following procedure to upload files. Uploading files by MTP via a USB communication port is  Note  - M T P - also available.
  • Page 72 BHT-904B/BHT-914B Select “1: FILE”, “2: ALL FILES” or “3: HT<-->HT COPY” and press the ENT key. When “1: FILE” is selected: he screen displays as shown on the right. Select the file to be uploaded d press e ENT key.
  • Page 73 Barcode Handy Terminal By executing the BHT-BASIC 4.0 Transfer Utility or similar program, the screen displays as shown on the right and file uploading is commenced. (Refer to the “BHT-BASIC4.0 Transfer Utility User’s Guide.”) The screen displa ys as shown on the right during uploading. he screen displays as shown on the right indicating the file name and the number of sent records/the total number of records.
  • Page 74: Copying Files Between 2 Bht Units

    BHT-904B/BHT-914B 4.5.5 Copying Files between 2 BHT Units Copy “all files (excluding font files)”, “setting data”, and the “date and time” s tored in the BHT user area to another BHT. Use the following procedure to copy files between 2 BHT units.
  • Page 75 Barcode Handy Terminal  Setting data which are copied between the BHT units The following setting data of the system mode are copied when copying between the BHT units. ● Display settings ● Buzzer and vibrator settings ● Barcode settings ●...
  • Page 76: System Environment Settings (set System Menu)

    BHT-904B/BHT-914B 4.5.6 System Environment Settings (SET SYSTEM Menu) Use the following procedure to set the system environment. Select “4: SET SY STEM” at the SYSTEM MENU and then press the ENT key. The SET SYSTEM me nu screen displays as shown on the right.
  • Page 77 Barcode Handy Terminal [1] Setting the auto-start execution program Use the following procedure to set the auto-start execution program. Select “1: EXECUTE PROGRAM” at the SET SYSTEM menu and then press the ENT key. The SET EXECUTE PROGRAM menu screen displays as show n on the right.
  • Page 78 BHT-904B/BHT-914B [2] Setting the message version, system status indication and screen display compatible mode Use the following procedure to set the display language, system s tatus indication and screen display compatible mode. S E T D I S P L A Y Use the cursor keys ([▲]...
  • Page 79 “2: COMPATIBLE MODE”: Sets compatible mode for sc reen display between the BHT-904B/BHT-914B and the BHT-8000. This allows BHT-8000 Series application programs to be used at the BHT-904B/BHT-914B without changing or correcting the font size. BHT-904B/BHT-914B BHT-8000...
  • Page 80 BHT-904B/BHT-914B  System Status Indication Turning ON the system status indication displays the following icons at the bottom of the screen. Indication Icon Descripti Key Shift status Displays when the keys on the keypad are in Shift mode. Alphabet entry Displays when the BHT is set to alphabet entry mode.
  • Page 81 Barcode Handy Terminal [4] Setting the special barcode reading parameters Use the following procedure to set the barcode reading conditions. Select “4: BARCODE” at the SET SYSTEM menu and th en press he ENT key. The SET BARCODE menu screen displays as shown on the right.
  • Page 82 On the other hand, setting a large number will decrease the possibility of such errors.  “6: CODEMARK”: Setting for the codemark type Sets the type of the codemark. ORIGINAL Codemark system specified for DENSO Codemark system complies with the AIM US “Guidelines on Symbology Identifiers”...
  • Page 83 Barcode Handy Terminal  “2: OPEN BAR SETTINGS”: Setting for the “function in which the reading setting is specified from the system setting” S lect “2: OPEN BAR SETTINGS” at the SET BARCODE menu d then press the ENT key. The OPEN BAR SETTING menu screen appears.
  • Page 84 BHT-904B/BHT-914B [2] Buzzer/LED control Select “2: BUZZER/LED” at the OPEN BAR SETTING menu and then press the ENT key. The SET BUZZER/LED screen a ppears. The highlighted settings are the current settings. “1: BUZZER”: Sets the buzzer/vibrating mechanism when the barcode is read successfully.
  • Page 85 Barcode Handy Terminal [3] Read barcode Select [3: READ CODE] at the OPEN BAR SETTING menu and then press the Enter key. When the SET BARCODE screen appears, it is possible to set the barcode reading to ON/OFF. The highlighted settings are the current settings.
  • Page 86 BHT-904B/BHT-914B “1: EAN/UPC”: Detail setting of the EAN/UPC reading Select “1: EAN/UPC” at the SET BARCODE menu and then press the ENT key. The SET EAN/UPC se tting screen appears. EAN/UPC 1/3 (EAN-13/UPC-A setting) “1: READING”: Enables or disables reading of the EAN-13/UPC-A.
  • Page 87 Barcode Handy Terminal EAN/UPC 3/3 (UPC-E setting) “1: READING”: Enables or disables reading of the UPC-E. “2: 1ST CHARACTER”: “3: 2ND CHARACTER”: Sets the first and second characters (country flag) of the UPC-E to “?, 0 to 9”. If “0 to 9” is specified, barcode reading is limited for the UPC-E;...
  • Page 88 BHT-904B/BHT-914B “2 : ITF”: Detail se tting of the interleaved 2of5 (ITF) reading elect “2: ITF” at the SET BARCODE menu and then press the ENT key. The SET ITF screen app ears. “1 : MIN”: Sets the minimum number of the ITF digits.
  • Page 89 Barcode Handy Terminal “3: CODABAR”: Detail setting of the Codabar (NW-7) reading Select “3: CODABAR” at the SET BARCODE menu and then press the ENT key. The SET CODABAR screen ap pears. “1: MIN”: Sets the minimum number of the Codabar di gits.
  • Page 90 BHT-904B/BHT-914B “4: CODE39”: Detail setting of the Code 39 reading Select “4: CODE39” at the SET BARCODE menu and then press the ENT key. The SET CODE39 screen appears. “1: MIN”: Sets the minimum number of the Code 39 digits.
  • Page 91 Barcode Handy Terminal Use the cursor keys ([▲] [▼]) or numeric keys ([1] [2]) to select the desired item. Press the cursor keys ([◄] [►]) to select the desired setting. Press the or Backspace/clear key to update the setting and return to the SET BARCODE enu.
  • Page 92 BHT-904B/BHT-914B (RSS-Limited setting) “3: READING”: Enables or disables reading of the RSS-Limited (GS1 Databar Limited). (RSS-Expanded setting) “4: READING”: Enables or disables reading of the RSS-Expanded (GS1 Databar Expanded). “5: MIN”: Sets the minimum number of the RSS-Expanded (GS1 Databar Expanded) or RSS-Expanded Stacked (GS1 Databar Expanded Stacked) digits.
  • Page 93 Barcode Handy Terminal “8: STF”: Detail setting of the standard 2of5 (STF) reading Selec t “2: STF” at the SET BARCODE menu and then press the ENT key. e SET STF screen appears. “1 : MIN”: Sets the minimum number of the STF digits. Setting range: 1 to 99 “2: MAX”:...
  • Page 94 BHT-904B/BHT-914B [5] Setting the communication environment The communication environment settings following system initialization are follows. Do not change these settings unless necessary. Item Default Interface port Optical (infrared interface port) mmunication protocol Ymodem protocol Infrared interface port TRANSMIT SPEED 115200 bps...
  • Page 95 Barcode Handy Terminal se the following procedure if necessary to change the communication environment settings Select “5: COMMUNICATION” at the SET SYSTEM menu and then press the ENT key. The SET COMMUNIC ATION menu screen displays as shown on the ight.
  • Page 96 BHT-904B/BHT-914B “2: PROTOCOL”: Communication protocol options setting screen Select “2: PROTOCOL” to display the screen shown on the right. The highlighted settings will be the current settings. “1: SERIAL No.”: Selects whether or not to add serial numbers to data blocks “2:H.PARITY”:...
  • Page 97 Barcode Handy Terminal  “2: CONNECTOR”: Setting the USB communication enviro nment Select “2: CONNECTOR” at the SET COMMU NICATION menu SET CONNECTOR nd then press the ENT key. 1:COM PROTOCOL e SET CONNECTOR screen appears. Use the curso r keys ([▲] [▼]) or numeric keys ([1]) to select the sired item.
  • Page 98 BHT-904B/BHT-914B  “3: COM PORT”: Setting the interface port Select “3: COM PORT” at the SET COMMUNICATION menu and then press the ENT key. The SET COM DEFAULT PORT menu screen displays as shown on the right. The highlighted settings will be the current settings.
  • Page 99 Barcode Handy Terminal Select “1: Ymodem” at the PROTOCOL TYPE menu to display the screen on the right. The highlighted settings will be the current settings. “1: CR/LF”: Specifies line delimiters. “2: CR/LF CODE”: Specifies handling for line delimiters in records when data files are do wnloaded.
  • Page 100 BHT-904B/BHT-914B Select “3: BHT-Ir Protocol” at the PROTOCOL TYPE menu to display the screen on the right. nter the ID number of the BHT using the numeric keys and then press the ENT key If there is no need to edit the current setting, press the ENT key only.
  • Page 101 Barcode Handy Terminal  “5: OPEN “COM:” DETAIL”: OPEN “COM:” communication c ondition setting For the communicati on condition setting for the user program (OPEN “COM:”) crea ted via BHT-BASIC, e system mode setting can be used. Therefore, it is not necessa ry to specify the communication condition setting.
  • Page 102 BHT-904B/BHT-914B [6] Defining the functions of the Shift key and Magic keys Use the following procedure to change the key settings. Select “6: KEY” at the SET SYSTEM menu and then press the ENT key. The SET KEY menu screen displays as shown on the right.
  • Page 103 Barcode Handy Terminal  “2: M1 KEY” - “6: M5 KEY”: Defining the Mx key functions Select “2: M1 KEY” to “6: M5 KEY” at the SET KEY menu and then press the ENT key. The S ET Mx KEY menu screen displays as shown on the right. (In the example on the right, “2: M1 KEY”...
  • Page 104 BHT-904B/BHT-914B  Defining the Backspace/clear key function The Backspace/clear key deletes the last character entered (backspace). When this key is pressed and held for at least 0.5 seconds, the entry is canceled and the previous screen reappears (clear). The key press-and-hol d time can be specified arbitrarily.
  • Page 105 Barcode Handy Terminal [7] Setting the TCP/IP, FTP and DHCP Use the following procedure to change the TCP/IP, FTP and DHCP settings. Select “7: TCP/IP” at the SET SYSTEM menu and then press the ENT key. The SET TC P/IP menu screen displays as shown on the right. Use the cursor keys ([▲] [▼]) or numeric key s ([1] [2] [3]) to highlight the item to be set, and then press the ENT key.
  • Page 106 BHT-904B/BHT-914B “2: IP ADDRESS”: Setting the IP address Select “2: IP ADDRESS” at the SET TCP/IP menu to display the screen on the right where the current settings are displayed. To change the setting: (1) Use the cursor keys ([▲] [▼]) or numeric keys ([1] [2] [3]) to highlight the item to be set and press the ENT key.
  • Page 107 Barcode Handy Terminal  Setting the FTP Select “2: SET FTP” at the SET TCP/IP menu a nd then press the NT key. The SET FTP menu screen displays as shown on the right. Use the cursor keys ([▲] [▼]) or numeric keys ([1] [2]) to highlight item to be set, and then press the ENT key.
  • Page 108 BHT-904B/BHT-914B “2: OPTION”: Setting the FTP options Select “2: OPTION” at the SET FTP menu to display the screen on the right where the current settings are displayed. “1: CR/LF”: Specifies line delimiters that should match ones used in th e server OS.
  • Page 109 Barcode Handy Terminal  Setting the DHCP Select “3: DHCP” at the SET TCP/IP me nu and then press the NT key. e SET DHCP screen displays as shown on the right. The highlighted setting will be the cu rrent setting. ess the Backspace/clear key to return to the SET TCP/IP menu.
  • Page 110 BHT-904B/BHT-914B [8] Setting the user prog ram execution option Use the following procedure to set the user program execution option. Select “1: EXEC PROG OPTION” at the SET SYSTEM 2/2 menu and then press the ENT key. The EXEC PROG OPTION screen appears.
  • Page 111 Barcode Handy Terminal [9] Operation related to the drive Use the following procedure to carry out the operation related to the drive. [DEFRAG] Select “2: DRIVE TOOL” at the SET SYS TEM 2/2 menu and then press the ENT key. When the screen on the right appears, select “1: DEFRAG”...
  • Page 112 BHT-904B/BHT-914B [10] Setting the operation log Use the following procedure to set the operation log. Select “3: OPERATION LOG” at the SET SYSTEM 2/2 menu and then press the ENT key. The SET OPERATION LOG menu appears. The highlighted setting is the current setting.
  • Page 113: Bht Operation Test (test Menu)

    Barcode Handy Terminal 4.5.7 BHT Operation Test (TEST Menu) Use the following procedure to perform a BHT operation test. Select “5: TEST” at the SYSTEM MENU and then press the ENT key. The TEST menu screen displays as shown on the right.
  • Page 114 BHT-904B/BHT-914B Barcode reading test Use the following procedure to perform a barcode reading test. Select “1: BARCODE” at the TEST menu and then press the ENT key. The screen displays as shown on the right. Read a barcode with the BHT.
  • Page 115 Barcode Handy Terminal Barcode Type and Corresponding Characters Displayed on the Screen Barcode Type ID Characters Codemark Codemark Type1 Type2 EAN-13(JAN-13) Without add-on With 2-digit add-on With 5-digit add-on UPC-A Without add-on With 2-digit add-on With 5-digit add-on EAN-8(JAN-8) Without add-on With 2-digit add-on With 5-digit add-on UPC-E...
  • Page 116 BHT-904B/BHT-914B  Setting the Barcode reading Test Options Press F1 key at the TES T BARCODE sc reen to set the barcode reading test options. The screen displays as shown on the right. The highlighted settings will be the current settings.
  • Page 117 Barcode Handy Terminal Memory test Use the following procedure to perform a memory test. Select “2: MEMORY” at the TEST menu and th en press the ENT The screen displ ays as shown on the right, and the BHT reads and writes ata to and from all areas of the RAM and performs an address check.
  • Page 118 BHT-904B/BHT-914B [3] Beeper scale test Use the following procedure to perform a beeper scale test. Select “3: BEEPER” at the TEST menu and then press the ENT key. The screen displays as shown on the right, and the beeper sounds at the three octaves listed below.
  • Page 119 Barcode Handy Terminal [5] LCD and indicator LED tests Use the following procedure to perform an LCD and indicator LED test. Select “5: LCD” at the TEST menu and then press the ENT key. The TEST BEEPER screen displays as shown on the right. The indicator LED is OFF at this time.
  • Page 120 BHT-904B/BHT-914B Press the ENT key. A 1-dot frame is displayed around the screen and the LED is illuminated in blue simultaneously. Press the Backspace/clear key to return to the previous scre Press and hold the Backspace/cle ar key or press the SF and Backspace/clear keys simultaneously to return to the TEST menu.
  • Page 121 Barcode Handy Terminal [6] F ile test The file test allows de tailed information on program fi les, and data files to be checked. Additionally, pressing the M1 key sorts the display sequence of files. elect “6: FILE” at the TEST menu and then press the ENT key.
  • Page 122 BHT-904B/BHT-914B ◆ Font files (*.FN3/FN4) Use the cursor keys ([▲] [▼]) to select a “*.FNT” file and then press the ENT key. Press the Backsp ace/clear key to return to the previous sc reen. ◆ BASIC User Program (*.PD3/PD4) se the cursor keys ([▲] [▼]) to select a “*.PD3/PD4” file and then...
  • Page 123 Barcode Handy Terminal ◆ Other files (*.DAT, *.TXT) Use the cursor keys ([▲] [▼]) to select the desired file and then press the ENT key. If field information is available, the next screen appears. Press the Backspace/clear key to return to the previous screen. If four or more fields exist, “MORE FIELD LEN”...
  • Page 124 BHT-904B/BHT-914B [7] Communication test Use the following procedure to perform a communication test. Select “7: COMMUNICATION” at the TEST menu and then pr the ENT key. The TEST COMMUNICATION screen displays as shown on the right. “1: OPTICAL”: Performs an infrared communication test.
  • Page 125 Barcode Handy Terminal At the slave BHT to be tested, select “1: SLAVE”, an d at the master BHT, select “2: MASTER”. Then press the ENT ke The screen displays as shown on the right during the test, and an infrared communication test is performed.
  • Page 126 BHT-904B/BHT-914B  USB conne ction test Have a USB cable ready and then connect the BHT to the ho Select “2: CONNECTOR” at the TEST COMMUNICATION screen an d then press the ENT key. uring test, the screen on the right is displayed and the USB connection st is carried out.
  • Page 127 Barcode Handy Terminal [8] Key-entry, beeper and vibrator test Use the following procedure to perform a key entry, beeper and vibrator test. Select “8: KEY & VIBRATION” at the TEST menu and then press the ENT key. The screen displays as shown on the right, and the BHT waits for key entry.
  • Page 128 BHT-904B/BHT-914B [9] PING test Use the following procedure to run the PING test. Select “9: PING” at the TEST menu and then press the ENT key. The TEST PING screen displays as shown on the right. “1: RUN PING”: Runs the PING test.
  • Page 129 Barcode Handy Terminal Upon completion of the PING test, the screen displays as shown on the right. The PING result may include the following: Displays the number of echo replies. XXXX]: Echo reply time in milliseconds. Displays the number of errors fo und during the PING test.
  • Page 130 BHT-904B/BHT-914B  “2: SET PING” (PING Options Setting Screen) elect “2: SET PING” at the TEST PING menu and then press the NT key. The current settings are displayed. [1: DESTINATION IP]: Specifies the IP address of the host computer to be pinged.
  • Page 131 Barcode Handy Terminal PING Echo Request Transmission Timing (SEND TYPE) Two types of echo request send timings are available: TYPE 1 and TYPE 2. ■TYPE1 After sending an echo request, PING waits for the period specified at IN TERVAL and then sends an echo request again.
  • Page 132 BHT-904B/BHT-914B  “3: SET DEVICE” (PING Device Setting Screen) elect “3: SET DEVICE” at the TEST PING menu and then press the ENT key The TCP/IP communication device, link layer, and transmission speed display. ress the Ba kspace/clear k ey to return to the TEST PING menu.
  • Page 133: System Information (system Information Menu)

    Barcode Handy Terminal 4.5.8 System Information (SYSTEM INFORMATION Menu) [1] Displaying the BHT system information Use the following procedure to display the BHT system information. Select “ 6: VERSION” at the SYSTEM MENU and then press the ENT key. he SYSTEM INFORMATION screen displays as shown on the right. YSTEM Ver.]: System program version OM SIZE]:...
  • Page 134 BHT-904B/BHT-914B Functions for which licenses have been registered (  ) Use the cursor keys ([▲] [▼]) to highlight the name of a fun ction that has been registered, and then press the ENT key to display a screen similar to that shown on the right containing the license registration details.
  • Page 135 Barcode Handy Terminal U-911 System Information Display Use the following procedure to display CU-911 system information. Place the BHT on the CU-911. Select “6: VERSION” at the SYSTEM MENU and then press the key. The SYSTEM INFORMATION screen displ ays as shown on the right. ress the M2 key.
  • Page 136: Downloading/uploading Files By Ftp (ftp Menu)

    BHT-904B/BHT-914B 4.5.9 Downloading/Uploading Files by FTP (FTP MENU) Use the following procedure to download and upload files by FTP. Select “7: FTP” at the SYSTEM MENU and then press the ENT key. The FTP ME NU screen displays as shown on the right.
  • Page 137 Barcode Handy Terminal Use the cursor keys ([▲] [▼]) to highlight the item to be set, and then press the ENT key. The mode changes to entry mode and the cursor displays. Enter a setting value with the numeric keys and dot key. Press the SF key to change the entry mode (numeric en try (no guidance di splay) and alphabet entry).
  • Page 138 BHT-904B/BHT-914B [2] Uploading by FTP Select “2: UPLOAD” at the FTP MENU and then press the ENT key. The screen displays as shown on the right if uploadable files exist. [1: DIR/FILE]: Entry box for the directory and/or file name...
  • Page 139 Barcode Handy Terminal Enter the directory and file name, or select a file, and then press the ENT key. Press the Backspace/clear key to return to the FTP MENU screen. R/FILE entry box: The FTP client will interpret a character string en tered into this box as a dire ctory name at first, and...
  • Page 140 BHT-904B/BHT-914B FTP Download/Upload Messages When the BHT is uploading or downloading files by FTP, the following messages will appear at the bottom of the screen: Aborted. Uploading or downloading has been interr upted. onnection error The communication pathway is disconnected.
  • Page 141 Barcode Handy Terminal Response Messages from the FTP server The messages that FTP servers send during and after FTP operations vary, but servers all use the same reply codes as listed belo 110 : R estart marke e r r ply. 120 : Service re in pprox.
  • Page 142: Usb Communication Settings ("device" Menu)

    BHT-904B/BHT-914B .5.10 USB Communication settings (“DEVICE” MENU) The USB communication set tings following system initialization are as follows. o not change these settings unless necessary. Item Default USB MENU SET CONNECT MODE USB connection mode MTP MTP RESTRICTIONS RECEIVE Recieve files...
  • Page 143 Barcode Handy Terminal Use the following procedure to set the USB communication settings. USB MENU Select “1: USB” in the ICE menu and then press the ENT k USB MENU 1:SET CONNECT MODE The USB menu is displayed as shown on the right. MTP COM Use the cursor keys ([◄] [►]) to select the connect mode.
  • Page 144 BHT-904B/BHT-914B MTP RESTRICTIONS menu MTP RESTRICTIONS Select “1: M TP RESTRICTIONS” in the MTP SETTING menu and then pre ss the ENT key. 1:RECEIVE 2:DELETE 3:RENAME The MTP RESTRICTIONS menu is displayed as shown on the right. Use the cursor keys ([▲] [▼])) or numeric keys ([1] [2] [3]) to select the menu.
  • Page 145 Barcode Handy Terminal [5] MTP DISP FILTER menu M TP DISP FILTER 1/2 Select “3: MTP FILE SETTING ” in the MTP SETTING menu and FILE ATTRIBUTE 1:ATTR DAT YES NO then press the ENT key. 2:ATTR APL YES NO 3:ATTR FNT YES NO The MTP DISP FILTER menu (FILE ATTRBUTE) is displayed as shown...
  • Page 146: Deleting Program/data Files ("delete File" Menu)

    BHT-904B/BHT-914B 4.5.11 Deleting Program/Data Files (“DELETE FILE” Menu) Delete program files or data files stored in the FLASH ROM. Use the following procedure to delete files. Press the [0] key while holding down the SF key at the SYSTEM MENU.
  • Page 147: Deleting Font Files (delete File Menu)

    Barcode Handy Terminal 4.5.12 Deleting Font Files (DELETE FILE Menu) Delete font files stored in the FLASH ROM. If there is insufficient user area, by deleting font files, a user area equal to the size of the deleted font files can be secured.
  • Page 148 BHT-904B/BHT-914B To delete font files: Use the cursor keys ([▲] [▼]) or numeric key ([1]) to highlight [1: Yes] and then press the ENT key. The selected file is deleted and the screen displays as shown on the right. Press the Backsp...
  • Page 149: (system Parameter Menu)

    Barcode Handy Terminal .5.13 Downloading/Uploading the BHT System P arameter File (SYSTEM P ARAMETER Menu) The system parameter file (file name: “_BHT.SYS”) is a file containing settings such as values, LCD contrast and beeper volume set at section “4.5.6 System Environmen Settings”.
  • Page 150 BHT-904B/BHT-914B Downloading the BHT system parameter file Use th e cursor keys ([▲] [▼]) or numeric key ([1]) t o highlight [1: DOWNLOAD] and then press the ENT key. The screen displays as shown on the right indicating that the BHT is waiting for the system parameter file to be downloaded.
  • Page 151 Barcode Handy Terminal [2] Uploading the BHT system parameter file Use the cursor keys ([▲] [▼]) or numeric key ([2]) to highlight [2: UPLOAD] and then press the ENT key. The screen displays as shown on the right indicating that the BHT is waiting for the system parameter file to be uploaded While the upload is in progress, the screen displays as shown on the right indicating the file name and the number of sent...
  • Page 152: Setting The Remote Wake-up (set Remote Wakeup Menu)

    BHT-904B/BHT-914B 4.5.14 Setting the Remote Wake-up (SET REMOTE WAKEUP Menu) Use the following procedure to perform remote wake-up settings. Press the [4] key while holding down the SF key at the SYSTEM MENU. he SET REMOTE WAKEUP menu displays as shown on the right.
  • Page 153: (system Message Menu)

    Barcode Handy Terminal 4.5.15 Downloading/Uploading the System Message File (SYSTEM MESSAGE Menu) The system message file is a file (file name: “_B90MSG.FN3”) used by the system to display messages such as “Shutdown in progress. Do not remove the battery.” or “Charge the battery!”. Downloading/Uploading the System Message File ) Upload the system message file to the host computer and so on.
  • Page 154 BHT-904B/BHT-914B Downloading the system message file Use th e cursor keys ([▲] [▼]) or numeric key ([ 1]) to highlight [1: DOWNLOAD] and then press the ENT key. The screen displays as shown on the right indicating that the BHT is aiting for the system message file to be downloaded.
  • Page 155 Barcode Handy Terminal [2] Uploading the system message file Use the cursor keys ([▲] [▼]) or numeric key ([2]) to highlight [2: UPLOAD] and then press the ENT key. The screen displays as shown on the right indicating that the BHT is waiting for the system message file to be uploaded.
  • Page 156: Updating The System (modify Menu)

    BHT-904B/BHT-914B 4.5.16 Updating the System (MODIFY MENU) Use the following procedure to update the system. Press the dot key while holding down the SF key at the SYSTEM MENU. he MODIFY MENU screen displays as shown on the right. : SYSTEM MODIFY]: Updates the BHT system.
  • Page 157 Barcode Handy Terminal  When the Displayed File Name Differs from the BHT System Up date File If the name of the file displayed at [2: FILENAME] differs from the na me of the BHT system update file to be used for updating the system, enter the correct f ile name.
  • Page 158 BHT-904B/BHT-914B [2] Updating the CU-911 system Update the CU-911 system after downloading the CU-911 system update file. (Refer to section “4.2.2 CU-911 System Update” for details.) Use the cursor keys ([▲] [▼]) or numeric key ([2]) to highlight [2: CU-F/W MODIFY] and then press the ENT key.
  • Page 159 Barcode Handy Terminal  If the System Update File Does not Exist when Updating the CU-911 System The screen displays as shown on the right if the system update file does not exist when updating the CU-911 system. Download the CU-911 system update file and update the CU-911 system again.
  • Page 160 BHT-904B/BHT-914B...
  • Page 161 BHT-904B/BHT-914B Chapter 5 Communication This chapter describes technical information relating to the IrDA communication functions with which the BHT is equipped. IrDA Communication・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 148 IrDA Communication Port Transmission Speed ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 149 5.1.1 BHT Hardware (Physical Layer) and Communication Protocols ・・・・・・・ 149 5.1.2...
  • Page 162: Irda Communication

    BHT-904B/BHT-914B 5.1 IrDA Communication The BHT has a built-in IrDA communication device that enables wireless transfer of programs and data both between the BHT and the host computer and between BHTs without the need for a cable. IrDA communication offers the following benefits over other forms of communication.
  • Page 163: Irda Communication Port Transmission Speed

    Barcode Handy Terminal 5.1.1 IrDA Communication Port Transmission Speed Communicating Device Transmission Speed BHT-900 Series 9600, 19200, 38400, 57600, 115200, 460800 bps CU-901 9600, 19200, 38400, 57600, 115200 bps CU-921 115200, 460800 bps CU-911 460800 bps 5.1.2 BHT Hardware (Physical Layer) and Communication Protocols ...
  • Page 164: Usb Communication

    BHT-904B/BHT-914B 5.2 USB Communication The BHT can communicate with the host computer via the USB communication port. The Connection method “COM” and “MTP” are available for the BHT USB communication. “COM” is for the serial communication, and “MTP” is for the file transfer to the host computer without the device driver.
  • Page 165: Usb Communication By Mtp

    Barcode Handy Terminal 5.2.2 USB communication by MTP Set the BHT USB connection mode to MTP. For details, refer to “4.5.10 USB Communication settings. Set the BHT MPT communication protocol options. For details, refer to “4.5.10 USB communication settings”. Connect the host computer to the BHT using a USB cable. The BHT is recognized as a portable device (device name “Handy Terminal”).
  • Page 166 BHT-904B/BHT-914B  Important  Receiving the BHT-BASIC data files (Method of specifying the field information) The data files received via the MTP connection do not contain the field information; therefore those data files can not be used in the BHT-BASIC applications.
  • Page 167: Basic Communication Specifications And Parameters

    Barcode Handy Terminal 5.3 Basic Communication Specifications and Parameters 5.3.1 Basic Communication Specifications The table below lists the basic IrDA communication specification. IrDA Interface Synchronization Start-stop 9600, 19200, 38400, Transmission speed 57600, 115200, (Note1) 460800 Transmission code ASCII 8-bit code Transmission bit order LSB (Least significant bit) first Vertical parity...
  • Page 168 BHT-904B/BHT-914B  Transmission Code and Bit Order  All characters should be coded to 7 or 8-bit code for data transmission.  The standard code at the BHT is ASCII 7-bit or 8-bit code.  The transmission bit order is LSB (Least significant bit) first.
  • Page 169: Communications Parameters

    Barcode Handy Terminal 5.3.2 Communications Parameters In System Mode and user programs written in BHT-BASIC, you can set the communications parameters listed below. Port IrDA Interface 9600, 19200, 38400, Transmission speed 57600, 115200, (Note1) 460800 Character length 8 bits Vertical parity None Stop bit length 1 bit...
  • Page 170 BHT-904B/BHT-914B...
  • Page 171 BHT-904B/BHT-914B Chapter 6 Maintenance This chapter describes battery replacement and daily procedures for taking care of the BHT. Replacing the Battery・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 158 6.1.1 Replacing the Battery・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 158 6.1.2 Charging rechargeable batteries ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 160 6.1.3 Rechargeable Battery Service Life ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 161 Daily Maintenance ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・...
  • Page 172: Replacing The Battery

    BHT-904B/BHT-914B 6.1 Replacing the Battery Batteries are not included in the package. Have the battery specified by DENSO WAVE ready. ® Specified battery: AA alkaline battery (LR6) or AA rechargeable battery eneloop (HR-3UTGA) Note 1: Use rechargeable batteries already charged.
  • Page 173 (Refer to “Chapter 2 BHT Preparation” – “2.2 Loading the Battery”.) Do not use batteries other than those  Point  specified by DENSO WAVE. Insert the battery cover tab (1), and then close the battery cover (2). The battery cover is now locked in position (3).
  • Page 174: Charging Rechargeable Batteries

     (The red LED starts to flash one minute after charging starts.) • Check that the rechargeable batteries specified by DENSO WAVE have been loaded in the BHT properly. • Check that the rechargeable battery and BHT unit are not contaminated.
  • Page 175: Rechargeable Battery Service Life

    Barcode Handy Terminal If the LED flashes in green, it is impossible to charge the battery.  Note   When the LED flashes in green, stop charging and turn OFF the power and then charge the batteries again. If the LED does not stop flashing in green even after going through above measure, there is a possibility that the equipment is broken.
  • Page 176: Daily Maintenance

    BHT-904B/BHT-914B 6.2 Daily Maintenance 6.2.1 Proper Care of the BHT Wipe any dirt from the BHT housing, charge terminals, and BHT or battery cartridge terminals with a dry, soft cloth. Make sure to turn OFF the BHT before cleaning. Never use substances such as benzene or alcohol, as this may cause the housing to be marred ...
  • Page 177 BHT-904B/BHT-914B Chapter 7 Error Messages This chapter describes causes and countermeasures for error messages that display during BHT use. About error messages during executing application program, refer to “Appendix A Error Codes and Error Messages of Programmer’s manual”. System Errors ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 164...
  • Page 178: System Errors

    BHT-904B/BHT-914B 7.1 System Errors The error messages that display on the screen and the causes and countermeasures to be taken if an error occurs when the power is turned ON or while running a program are shown below. Message BHT Response...
  • Page 179 Barcode Handy Terminal Message BHT Response Cause Countermeasure The BHT displays this error Operation was terminated If this error occurs message and automatically without turning OFF the frequently, contact your runs the execution program power normally and system administrator. from the point of start-up. therefore the application resume information has been lost.
  • Page 180 BHT-904B/BHT-914B Message BHT Response Cause Countermeasure The message continues to Contact your system When the BHT is turned on, no display. administrator. user programs are found. To carry out scanning demo, select [2: Code scanning demo]. To carry out barcode scanning demo, press the trigger switch.
  • Page 181 Barcode Handy Terminal 7.2 System Mode Errors When error messages display while running System Mode, refer to the following table and take appropriate measures. Message Cause Countermeasure You attempted to execute a user program Press the Backspace/clear key to return to in the EXECUTE PROGRAM menu, but the SYSTEM MENU, then download user no user program files had been stored in...
  • Page 182 BHT-904B/BHT-914B Message Cause Countermeasure The file you attempted to upload is To upload the damaged file as is, press damaged. the [1] key. The memory is insufficient for setting up Press the Backspace/clear key to return to the BHT system parameter file or system the SYSTEM MENU and delete message file to be uploaded.
  • Page 183 BHT-904B/BHT-914B Chapter 8 Specifications This chapter describes the BHT-904B/BHT-914B specifications. BHT-904B/BHT-914B Specification ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 170 8.1.1 Hardware Specifications ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 170 8.1.2 Barcode Specifications ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 171 8.1.3 Reading Performance ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 172 8.1.4 Interface Specifications ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 174...
  • Page 184: Bht-904b/bht-914b Specification

    BHT-904B 8.1 BHT-904B/BHT-914B Specification 8.1.1 Hardware Specifications ® Power supply (main power): AA alkaline battery (LR6) (x 2) or AA rechargeable battery eneloop (HR-3UTGA) (x 2) Dimensions (W) x (L) x (H): 51×49×29 mm Weight: Approx. 121 g (excluding the batteries) Ambient operating temperature: -5 to 50...
  • Page 185: Barcode Specifications

    Barcode Handy Terminal 8.1.2 Barcode Specifications Supported Barcode Types Barcode Type Bar Dimensions Scan Magnification Universal product codes JAN-13 (EAN-13) JAN-8 (EAN-8) UPC-A UPC-E JAN-13 (EAN-13) with add-on Min. 0.26 mm Min. 0.8 JAN-8 (EAN-8) with add-on UPC-A with add-on UPC-E with add-on 2-dgit add-on 5-dgit add-on...
  • Page 186: Reading Performance

    550 mm *6 The label position is on the BHT-904B/BHT-914B central axis. The BHT-904B/BHT-914B may fail to read codes due to specular reflection depending upon the position of the light source, reading angle of the reading window, and other conditions.
  • Page 187 *2 Under the following conditions: the barcode label (* 5, *6) exceeds the readable width - Ambient illuminance: 500 Lx. (Xenon arc lamp) the BHT-904B/BHT -914B. - Code 39, 4 digits Narrow bar: Wide bar = 1 : 2.5 - Reflection intensity of white bars: 85% min.
  • Page 188: Interface Specifications

    BHT-904B 8.1.4 Interface Specifications IrDA Interfa Specification: IrDA Ver1.3 Low Power phys a ic l layer compliant (Except transmission speed: 460800 bps) Input signals: Output signals: Transmission speed: Between BHT units: 9600 to 460800 bps CU-901: 9600 to 1 15200 bps...
  • Page 189 BHT-904B/BHT-914B Chapter 9 Appendices This chapter describes the principal specifications of the CU-900 and CH-900 Series (option). It also provides information on causes and countermeasures when file transfer is not possible using the transfer utility. CU-900, CH-900 Specifications ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 176 9.1.1...
  • Page 190 BHT-904B/BHT-914B 9.1 CU-900, CH-900 Specifications 9.1.1 Hardware Specifications CU-901 CU-911 CU-921 Power supply: 100/230 V AC 100/230 V AC Powered from the USB (Using dedicated AC (Using dedicated AC interface* adapter) adapter) Max. power consumption: 7 VA 8 VA 5V 500mA Dimensions (W) x (L) x (H): 75×96.5×49 mm...
  • Page 191 Barcode Handy Terminal 9.1.3 Interface Specifications CU-901 The CU-901 RS-232C interface connector uses Dsub-9P. Signal Direction Pin. No. Signal Name Function CU-901 ↔ External Device Receipt data ← Transmission data → Data terminal ready → Signal ground ― Data set ready ―...
  • Page 192 BHT-904B/BHT-914B CU-911 The CU-911 has an IEEE802.3-compliant Ethernet interface port (100Base-TX). Ethernet Interface Port (RJ45 jack) on the CU-911 Pin No. Signal Functions Send data Send data Receive data N.C. No connection N.C. No connection Receive data N.C. No connection N.C.
  • Page 193 Barcode Handy Terminal 9.2 When File Transfer is Not Possible This section describes the causes and remedies when file transfer is not possible using the Transfer Utility. Error No. Cause Details Remedy Illegal field information specification option Set a correct value for the field information option. when transmitting data file.
  • Page 194 BHT-904B/BHT-914B Error No. Cause Details Remedy communication interface Specify IrDA (Optical) if connected to the PC via specification is illegal. the CU, and Connector if connected via the interface connector. Refer to QBdirect (page 175, Note 1) for details of the setting method The Transfer Utility “Communication port”...
  • Page 195 Barcode Handy Terminal An attempt was made to download a file with It is not possible to download a file with the same field width differing from that of the data file name but different field width from the file already already existing in the BHT.
  • Page 196 BHT-904B/BHT-914B Error No. Cause Details Remedy BHT-Ir/BHT protocol was used for transfer Use Ymodem protocol or convert program files to for a BHT-BASIC 4.0 format program file “*.PD3”. (*.PD4). Other An attempt was made to download a Use BHT-BASIC 4.0 format program files (*.PD4).
  • Page 197 Barcode Handy Terminal...
  • Page 198 In no event will DENSO WAVE be liable for any direct or indirect damages resulting from the application of the information in this manual.

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