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  • Page 1 For Help Call 1.800.241.6264 Honeywell MS9540 Manual THIS DOWNLOAD APPLIES TO THE FOLLOWING MS9540 Voyager Codegate MS9541 Voyager HD QUESTIONS? BULk DISCOUNTS SE HaBLa Ask the experts at POSMicro.com. ESpañOL FREE SHIPPING* 1.800.241.6264 Live Chat Now support@POSMicro.com Monday - Friday 6 AM to 5 PM Pacific Time...
  • Page 2 METROLOGIC INSTRUMENTS, INC. MetroSelect ® Single-Line Configuration Guide...
  • Page 3 Copyright © 2007 by Metrologic Instruments, Inc. All rights reserved. No part of this work may be reproduced, transmitted, or stored in any form or by any means without prior written consent, except by reviewer, who may quote brief passages in a review, or provided for in the Copyright Act of 1976.
  • Page 4: Table Of Contents

    ABLE OF ONTENTS Introduction ......................1 Bar Code Configuration Methods Single-Code Method..................1 Multi-Code Method ................... 2 Need to Start Over?.................... 2 Code Types and Decode Rules UPC/EAN ......................3 Code 128......................4 Code 39......................4 2 of 5 Codes ..................... 6 Codabar......................
  • Page 5 ABLE OF ONTENTS Miscellaneous Decode Features ..............27 Same Symbol Timeouts ................. 28 LED Options ....................28 Beeper Options ....................29 Data Transmission Delays................31 Communication Timeout Options ..............32 Host Scanner Commands ................33 Test Modes..................... 35 Prefixes/Suffixes User Configurable Prefixes, All Data .............. 36 User Configurable ID Characters, Code Specific ...........
  • Page 6 Reserved Codes..................... 71 Code Type Table.................... 71 ASCII Reference Table................... 72 Extended Key Code Reference Table ............76 ® ® MS9520 Voyager & MS9540 VoyagerCG Series Activation Range .................... 78 Stand Scan Modes ..................78 ® CodeGate Status ..................78 Laser/Scan Modes ..................
  • Page 7 ABLE OF ONTENTS ® MS9535 VoyagerBT ..................83 ® MS9535-5M VoyagerBT .................. 85 Inventory Quantity Bar Codes ................ 87 IS4125 / IS4225 Scan Engines ................. 88 Miscellaneous Features Custom Defaults..................... 89 Serial Program Mode ..................90...
  • Page 8: Introduction

    Single-Code Method and the Multi-Code Method. ® Please note that the MS6220 Pulsar can only be configured using the Multi-Code Method. To properly configure an MS9540 scanner, all configuration ® codes must be scanned using the CodeGate option. Single-Code Method Most features can be enabled or disabled using the Single-Code Method.
  • Page 9: Multi-Code Method

    ETHODS Please note that the MS6220 Pulsar can only be configured using the Multi-Code Method. To properly configure an MS9540 scanner, all programming codes must be scanned using the CodeGate option. Multi-Code Method All features can be enabled or disabled using the Multi-Code Method.
  • Page 10: Code Types And Decode Rules

    YPES AND ECODE ULES Bar code descriptions marked with an asterisk ( * ) define a feature that is a factory default. Bar codes marked with a tilde ( ~ ) require the Multi-Code configuration method. UPC/EAN * Enable UPC/EAN ³...
  • Page 11: Code 128

    YPES AND ECODE ULES * Enable Code 128 ³ Disable Code 128 ³ Enable UCC/EAN-128 ‘]C1’ Code Formatting - For Coupon Code 128, see page 16. ³ * Disable UCC/EAN – 128 ‘]C1’ Code Formatting ³ Ignore <FNC4> Code 128 Characters ³...
  • Page 12 YPES AND ECODE ULES Enable PARAF (Italian Pharmaceutical Codes) Support - Code 39 bar codes are converted to ³ PARAF format. * Disable PARAF Support ³ * Allow PARAF Codes Only ³ Allow Non-PARAF Codes ³ Enable TRI-OPTIC Code ³ * Disable TRI-OPTIC Code ³...
  • Page 13: Of 5 Codes

    YPES AND ECODE ULES Enable Alternate Code 39 Reference Comparison Check – assists with elements that are below the ³ 2 to 1 (wide to narrow) element width requirement. * Normal Code 39 Reference Comparison Check ³ ODES * Enable Interleaved 2 of 5 (ITF) ³...
  • Page 14 YPES AND ECODE ULES ODES Alternative ITF 1 Bar Reference ³ * Normal ITF 1 Bar Reference ³ Enable Standard 2 of 5 ³ * Disable Standard 2 of 5 ³ ~ Standard 2 of 5 Symbol Length - To specify the number of characters to be decoded, scan this bar ³...
  • Page 15 YPES AND ECODE ULES ODES Enable Hong Kong 2 of 5 ³ * Disable Hong Kong 2 of 5 ³ Enable Follett ITF ³ * Disable Follett ITF ³...
  • Page 16: Codabar

    YPES AND ECODE ULES ODABAR * Enable Codabar ³ Disable Codabar ³ Enable Dual Field Codabar ³ * Disable Dual Field Codabar ³ * Enable Code 93 ³ Disable Code 93 ³ Enable Code 11 ³ * Disable Code 11 ³...
  • Page 17: Telepen

    YPES AND ECODE ULES ELEPEN Enable Telepen ³ * Disable Telepen ³ Enable ALPHA Telepen ³ * Disable ALPHA Telepen ³ LESSEY ODES Enable MSI Plessey ³ * Disable MSI Plessey ³ * No MSI Plessey Check Digit - Plessey bar codes will not be tested for a check digit.
  • Page 18: Additional Decode Features

    YPES AND ECODE ULES LESSEY ODES * Standard Plessey Stop Characters ³ Accept Bad Plessey Stop Characters ³ DDITIONAL ECODE EATURES Enable Double Border Required / Large Intercharacter Space ³ * Disable Double Border Required / Large Intercharacter Space ³ Enable Small Border Required ³...
  • Page 19: Configurable Code Lengths

    YPES AND ECODE ULES ONFIGURABLE ENGTHS There are seven bar code lock lengths available. Specific code types can be assigned to a lock length. While in configuration mode: 1. Scan the code length lock #1 bar code 2. Scan the three code bytes that represent the code length (page 70). 3.
  • Page 20 YPES AND ECODE ULES ONFIGURABLE ENGTHS ~ Code Length Lock #6 ³ ~ Code Type Lock #6 ³ ~ Code Length Lock #7. ³ ~ Code Type Lock #7. ³ Enable Japanese Multi-Field ³ Disable Japanese Multi-Field ³...
  • Page 21: Supplements

    UPPLEMENTS Enable Two Digit Supplements ³ * Disable Two Digit Supplements ³ * Enable Two Digit Redundancy - The scanner will scan the bar code plus the 2 digit add on twice ³ before accepting data. Disable Two Digit Redundancy ³...
  • Page 22 UPPLEMENTS Enable Bookland (978) Supplement Required ³ * Disable Bookland (978) Supplement Required ³ Enable 977 (2 Digit) Supplement Required - The scanner will require a 2 digit supplement to be ³ scanned when an EAN-13 code begins with 977. * Disable 977 (2 Digit) Supplement Required ³...
  • Page 23 UPPLEMENTS * Enable 2 Digit Supplements with 37x, 43x, or UPC # System 5 ³ Disable 2 Digit Supplements with 37x, 43x, or UPC # System 5 ³ * Enable 5 Digit Supplements with 37x, 43x, or UPC # System 5 ³...
  • Page 24 UPPLEMENTS Enable Code ID’s with Supplements ³ * Disable Code ID’s with Supplements ³ * Beep Once on Supplements ³ Beep Twice on Supplements ³ Enable ISBN Check Digit Transmission - Not available with all models. ³ Disable ISBN Check Digit Transmission ³...
  • Page 25 UPPLEMENTS Disable Supplementals when CodeGate Button is Pressed - Available for MS9540 scanners only. ³ Requires standard Code Gate be inactive in and out of stand. * CodeGate Does Not Affect Supplemental Scanning - Available for MS9540 scanners only. ³...
  • Page 26: Rss Bar Code Implementation

    MPLEMENTATION ® ® Metrologic’s MS9520 Voyager and MS9540 VoyagerCG laser scanners with software #14810 and higher can be configured to scan RSS type codes. XT keyboard will no longer be supported in standard software releases with software #14810 or higher. If XT keyboard is needed for your...
  • Page 27: Rss Limited Bar Codes

    RSS B MPLEMENTATION RSS L IMITED ODES Enable RSS Limited ³ * Disable RSS Limited ³ * Transmit RSS Limited CD ³ Do Not Transmit RSS Limited CD ³ * Transmit RSS Limited Application ID - Application identifier “01” is transmitted by default. ³...
  • Page 28: Isbt Code 128 Implementation

    ISBT C 128 I MPLEMENTATION ONFIGURATION ODES Enable ISBT Code 128 ³ Disable ISBT Code 128 ³ These bar codes are used to enable/disable a special transmit mode as outlined in section 3.5.2 of the ISBT-128 Specification. This output method allows the user to confirm independently the accuracy of the Code-128 check digit.
  • Page 29: Concatenation Configuration Mode Bar Codes

    ISBT C 128 I MPLEMENTATION ONCATENATION ONFIGURATION ODES Supported by the MS9500 series only The following bar codes are used to configure variable time requirements used to find the 2 bar code of the ISBT concatenation sequence. 100 msec to Find Concatenation Sequence ³...
  • Page 30: User-Defined Concatenation Configuration Mode Bar Codes

    ISBT C 128 I MPLEMENTATION EFINED ONCATENATION ONFIGURATION ODES Donation Identification Number + Confidential Unit Exclusion Status =á + &! Concatenation ³ Product Code + Expiration Date (Form 1) =< + =>Concatenation ³ Product Code + Expiration Date (Form 2) =<...
  • Page 31 ISBT C 128 I MPLEMENTATION Supported by the MS9500 series only. The following example demonstrates how to configure the User-Defined ISBT identifiers: Assume the left-hand identifiers are the ISBT defined donation identification number: “=G”; and the right hand identifiers are country specific identifiers “&a”. Scan the ENTER/EXIT configuration mode bar code.
  • Page 32: Communications

    OMMUNICATIONS Enable Light Pen/Wand Communication - Use this option if scanner should be used in place of a ³ light pen. * Enable RS232 - The scanner will work with RS232 +/- 12V serial output. ³ Load Keyboard Wedge Defaults - Scan this code before selecting Normal or Stand Alone Wedge ³...
  • Page 33: Scanner Operation

    CANNER PERATION ONFIGURATION PTIONS Allow Configuration Mode on Power Up - the scanner can only enter MetroSet mode before any ³ bar codes are scanned. * Allow Configuration Mode Anytime - Allow MetroSet configuration at any time. ³ Allow configuration Codes on Power Up - Once a product bar code is scanned after power-up, the ³...
  • Page 34: Redundant Scans

    CANNER PERATION EDUNDANT CANS * 0 Redundant Scans - Requires 1 good decode for a good scan. ³ 1 Redundant Scan - Requires 2 consecutive decodes of the same bar code data for a good ³ scan. 2 Redundant Scans - Requires 3 consecutive decodes of the same bar code data for a good ³...
  • Page 35: Same Symbol Timeouts

    CANNER PERATION YMBOL The length of time before a bar code can be rescanned after it is removed from the scan field is user-configurable in increments of 50 msecs to 6350 msecs (6.35 sec). If using an MS9500 or IS4125, please go to page 80. ~ Variable Same Symbol Time Out - In configuration mode, scan this bar code followed by the appropriate ³...
  • Page 36: Beeper Options

    CANNER PERATION EEPER PTIONS * Normal Tone ³ Optional Tone 1 ³ Optional Tone 2 ³ Optional Tone 3 ³ Optional Tone 4 ³ Optional Tone 5 ³ Optional Tone 6 ³ No Beep ³ * Beep Once on Supplements ³...
  • Page 37 CANNER PERATION EEPER PTIONS Beep on BEL Command - The scanner beeps when it receives a BEL character from the host. If ³ a number is sent within 200 msecs before the BEL character, the scanner will beep that number of times.
  • Page 38: Data Transmission Delays

    CANNER PERATION RANSMISSION ELAYS Use these codes to select the amount of delay between sending data characters from the scanner to the host. This helps prevent the scanner from overflowing host-input buffers. * 1 msec Intercharacter Delay ³ 10 msec Intercharacter Delay ³...
  • Page 39: Communication Timeout Options

    CANNER PERATION OMMUNICATION PTIONS Enable Communications Time Out ³ * Disable Communications Time Out ³ * Beep Before Transmit ³ Beep After Transmit ³ ~ Variable Communications Time Out ³ * Default Communications Time Out (2 secs) ³ Short Communications Time Out (1 secs) ³...
  • Page 40: Host Scanner Commands

    CANNER PERATION CANNER OMMANDS Enable D/E Disable Command. - The scanner will disable scanning after it receives an ASCII “D” from ³ the host device. It will enable scanning when it receives an ASCII “E”. * Disable D/E Disable. ³ Enable Z/R Type D/E Simulation - The scanner will disable scanning after it receives an ASCII “Z”...
  • Page 41 CANNER PERATION CANNER OMMANDS Transmit Scanner ID byte with receipt of an “i” (69H) via RS232 - The ID byte is transmitted as 3 ³ bytes (i.e. 0, 0, 1). * Don’t Transmit Scanner ID byte with receipt of an “i” (69H) via RS232 ³...
  • Page 42: Test Modes

    CANNER PERATION CANNER OMMANDS Use Protocol Prefix and Suffix for Bar Code Transmission ³ * No Protocol Prefix and Suffix for Bar Code Transmission ³ Enable RTS on No Read – After a NOREAD occurs, the scanner will activate the RTS line for 20 ³...
  • Page 43: Prefixes/Suffixes

    REFIXES UFFIXES Scan the Enter Configuration Mode bar code before trying to set these features (see the Multi-Code Method on page 2). ONFIGURABLE REFIXES ~ Configurable Prefix Character #1 - A prefix ID can be added and assigned for data transmission. ³...
  • Page 44: User Configurable Id Characters, Code Specific

    REFIXES UFFIXES ID C ONFIGURABLE HARACTERS PECIFIC * Use Configurable Code ID Bytes as Prefixes - User configured, code specific ID bytes are ³ transmitted before the data. If using prefixes, user configured suffixes can not be used. Use Configurable Code ID Bytes as Suffixes - User configured, code specific ID bytes are ³...
  • Page 45 REFIXES UFFIXES ID C ONFIGURABLE HARACTERS PECIFIC ‡ Enter configuration mode then scan this bar code followed by the three code byte bar codes (on page 70) that represent a unique ID character to be associated with this bar code type. ~ Configurable TRI-OPTIC ID ‡...
  • Page 46: Standard Prefix Characters

    REFIXES UFFIXES TANDARD REFIX HARACTERS Enable STX Prefix - The scanner will transmit a Start of TeXt (ASCII 02H) before each bar code. ³ * Disable STX Prefix ³ Enable Rochford-Thomson Mode ³ * Disable Rochford-Thomson Mode ³ Enable AIM ID Characters ³...
  • Page 47 REFIXES UFFIXES TANDARD REFIX HARACTERS Enable SANYO ID Characters ³ * Disable SANYO ID Characters ³ Enable Manufacturer ID Prefix - Transmits “METROLOGIC” before all bar code data. ³ * Disable Manufacturer ID Prefix ³ Enable “C” Prefix ³ * Disable “C” Prefix ³...
  • Page 48: Standard Suffix Characters

    REFIXES UFFIXES TANDARD UFFIX HARACTERS Enable CR Suffix - The scanner transmits a carriage return after each bar code. ³ Disable CR Suffix. ³ Enable LF Suffix - The scanner transmits a line feed after each bar code. Disabled when keyboard ³...
  • Page 49: Longitudinal Redundancy Check

    REFIXES UFFIXES ONGITUDINAL EDUNDANCY HECK A Longitudinal Redundancy Check (LRC) is an error checking character that is calculated across a sequence of data characters. It is determined by eXclusive ORing (XOR) the characters to be checked, starting with an initial value of 00H. The result, an “LRC byte”...
  • Page 50: Character Replacements

    REFIXES UFFIXES HARACTER EPLACEMENTS To replace a character: 1. Scan the enter/exit configuration mode bar code (on page 2). 2. Scan the character to replace code (shown below). 3. Scan the ASCII code byte value of the character you wish to replace (refer to the ASCII Reference Table in the Code Byte Usage section of this manual).
  • Page 51: User Configurable Suffixes, All Data

    REFIXES UFFIXES ONFIGURABLE UFFIXES Note: Scan the Enter/Exit Configuration mode code before trying to set this feature. Refer to Multi-Code Method on page 2. ~ Configurable Suffix Character #1 - A suffix ID can be added and assigned for data transmission. Use ³...
  • Page 52: Special Formats

    REFIXES UFFIXES PECIAL ORMATS Enable SINEKO Mode ³ * Disable SINEKO Mode ³ Enable Newcode Formatting Mode A ³ * Disable Newcode Formatting Mode A ³ Enable Newcode Formatting Mode B ³ * Disable Newcode Formatting Mode B ³ Remove All Leading Zero’s ³...
  • Page 53: Code Formatting

    ORMATTING UPC/EAN F ORMATTING * Transmit UPC-A Check Digit ³ Do Not Transmit UPC-A Check Digit ³ Transmit UPC-E Check Digit ³ * Do Not Transmit UPC-E Check Digit ³ Expand UPC-E to 12 Digits - Expand UPC-E bar codes to the 12 digit equivalent, UPC-A bar codes. ³...
  • Page 54 ORMATTING UPC/EAN F ORMATTING Transmit Lead Zero on UPC-E - This option will transmit a zero before each UPC-E bar code. ³ * Do Not Transmit Lead Zero on UPC-E ³ Convert EAN-8 to EAN-13 - The scanner will transmit five zeros before the bar code to convert ³...
  • Page 55: Codabar Formatting

    ORMATTING ODABAR ORMATTING Transmit Codabar Start/Stop Characters - Transmits Codabar’s Start/stop characters before ³ and after each bar code. * Do Not Transmit Codabar Start/Stop ³ * Normal Codabar Start/Stop Characters ³ Enable Transmit Codabar Start/Stop Characters as Lower Case Characters ³...
  • Page 56: Code 39 Formatting

    ORMATTING 39 F ORMATTING Transmit Mod 43 Check Digit on Code 39 - This feature works in conjunction with Mod 43 Check ³ Digit on Code 39 option, on page 4. Both must be enabled for this feature to work. * Do Not Transmit Mod 43 Check Digit on Code 39 ³...
  • Page 57: Plessey

    ORMATTING LESSEY Transmit UK Plessey Check Digit - The scanner will transmit UK Plessey Check Digit characters ³ and must be used with the UK Plessey option. * Do Not Transmit UK Plessey Check Digit ³ Enable UK Plessey Special Format ³...
  • Page 58: Rs232

    RS232 * Enable RS232 Mode - the scanner will work with RS232 +/-12V serial output. ³ ARITY EATURES A parity bit is an extra data bit used to help catch data transmission errors. The scanner’s parity must match the host’s parity. No Parity ³...
  • Page 59: Data/Stop Bits

    RS232 2400 BAUD Rate ³ 1200 BAUD Rate ³ 600 BAUD Rate ³ 300 BAUD Rate ³ 8 Data Bits - The number of data bits transmitted for each character. ³ * 7 Data Bits ³ 1 Stop Bit ³ * 2 Stop Bits ³...
  • Page 60 RS232 ARDWARE ANDSHAKING Invert RTS Polarity (RSV1) -12V = Active +12V = Inactive ³ * Standard RTS Polarity - Use standard RTS polarity -12V = Inactive +12V = Active ³ Invert CTS Polarity (RSV2) -12V = Active, +12V = Inactive, ³...
  • Page 61: Software Handshaking

    RS232 OFTWARE ANDSHAKING Enable ACK/NAK - After transmitting data, wait for an ACK (06H) or a NAK (15H) response from the ³ host. If ACK is received, complete the communications cycle and look for more bar codes. If NAK is received, retransmit the last set of bar code data and wait for ACK/NAK again.
  • Page 62: Miscellaneous

    RS232 ISCELLANEOUS Enable French PC Term - The scanner transmits PC type make/break scan codes instead of ASCII ³ data characters. The scan codes match a WYSE French PC Term. * Disable French PC Term ³ Enable NCR Scanner – Only Commands ³...
  • Page 63: Keyboard

    EYBOARD NABLE EYBOARD MULATION Load Keyboard Wedge Defaults - Loads the default settings for keyboard wedge mode. ³ Enable Stand-Alone Keyboard Emulation - Use this with special stand-alone models that are not ³ cabled for an external keyboard. Scan this bar code to enable the Stand-Alone Mode.
  • Page 64: Keyboard/System Type

    EYBOARD OUNTRY ABLE ELECTS Belgium Keyboard ³ Japan Keyboard ³ IBM 4700 Financial Keyboard ³ Sweden/Finland Keyboard ³ Slovenian Keyboard ³ EYBOARD YSTEM * AT Keyboard - Includes IBM PS/2 and compatible models 50, 55, 60, 80. ³ XT Keyboard - Special firmware in Voyager. ³...
  • Page 65: Dumb' Terminal Selections

    EYBOARD ‘D ’ T ERMINAL ELECTIONS Note: The following terminals may require custom cables. IBM Terminal Keyboards ³ Reserved Terminal Keyboard #2 ³ Reserved Terminal Keyboard #3 ³ Reserved Terminal Keyboard #4 ³ Reserved Terminal Keyboard #5 ³ Reserved Terminal Keyboard #6 ³...
  • Page 66: Special Keyboard Features

    EYBOARD PECIAL EYBOARD EATURES Transmit Make Code Only - Not available on all models. ³ * Transmit Make/Break Code - Not available on all models. ³ * Transmit FOH Break Code - The scanner will transmit the FOH in the break-code sequence. ³...
  • Page 67 EYBOARD PECIAL EYBOARD EATURES Enable Caps Lock (XT) ³ * Disable Caps Lock (XT) ³ Send Numbers as Keypad Data - All data is sent as if it has been entered on a keypad. ³ * Send Numbers as Normal Data ³...
  • Page 68: Interscan Code Delays

    EYBOARD NTER ELAYS * InterScan Code Delay 800 msec - The time specified represents the amount of time between ³ individual 11 bit-scan codes. This parameter may need to be adjusted for operation with certain PC keyboard BIOS. InterScan Code Delay 7.5 msec - This time specified represents the amount of time between ³...
  • Page 69 EYBOARD Control Set #1 ASCII (HEX) ASCII Control Extended Key Null Numeric Keypad + (Plus) Num Lock Down Arrow Numeric Keypad - (Minus) Insert Delete System Request (Right Arrow)  (Left Arrow) Caps Lock Shift Tab Left Alt Enter Left Control Up Arrow Home Page Up...
  • Page 70: Ocia

    OCIA Enable OCIA Mode - Select this option if communications requires OCIA (Optically ³ Coupled Interface Adapter). The host clocks this serial interface. Load OCIA Defaults ³ Enable DTS/Siemens ³ * Enable DTS/Nixdorf ³ Enable NCR-S ³ Enable NCR-F ³ * Transmit character count with non-UPC codes while transmitting in OCIA NCR-S mode ³...
  • Page 71: Light Pen Parameters

    IGHT ARAMETERS Enable Light Pen Mode - Select this option if the scanner will be used in place of a light pen. It ³ provides light pen emulation of each bar code scanned. * Bars High ³ Spaces High ³ Transmit as Code 39 - All bar codes will be decoded then transmitted as Code 39 bar codes.
  • Page 72: Set Narrow Element Width

    IGHT ARAMETERS ARROW LEMENT IDTH 10x Narrow Element Border - Allows the transmission of Light Pen/Wand emulation using a ³ 10x border. * 50x Narrow Element Border - Allows the transmission of Light Pen/Wand emulation using a ³ 50x border. * 1 ms Narrow Element Width - Allows the transmission of Light Pen/ Wand emulation at 1ms ³...
  • Page 73: Ms9520/9540-00 Laser Emulation Mode

    If you recall defaults while re-configuring your scanner, scan the following barcode to re-enable the Laser Emulation interface. The scanner you are using must be labeled as an MS9520-00 or MS9540-00 to support this feature. Enable HH Laser Emulation ³...
  • Page 74: Ibm 46Xx Configuration

    ® ONFIGURATION IBM P Enable IBM 46xx Communication - For IBM 46xx SIOC/RS485 communications. Not all scanners ³ support this interface. The correct interface board is required. Load 46xx IBM Defaults - Load default format settings for the IBM 46xx systems. ³...
  • Page 75: Usb

    Enable USB Interface ♦ ³ Enable Low Speed USB Defaults ♦ ³ ♦ This feature is limited to Metrologic scanners without integrated Low Speed USB electronics. These bar codes configure the scanner to communicate via the MX009. Load Integrated Full Speed USB Keyboard Emulation Defaults ³...
  • Page 76 Enable Barcode ID ³ Disable Barcode ID ³ Enable USB Reserve Code #1 ³ Disable USB Reserve Code #1 ³ Enable USB Reserve Code #2 ³ Disable USB Reserve Code #2 ³ Sears USB Defaults ³ Sears Aux Defaults ³ Enable IBM 1520 Code Flag Emulation - UPC code ID and ITF code ID remain the same ³...
  • Page 77: Code Bytes Usage

    YTES SAGE The features that use these code bytes for configuration require that the scanner be in Configuration Mode. The Enter/Exit Configuration Mode bar code (on page 2) must be scanned before starting the configuration cycle. Example: User configurable prefix/suffix characters can be saved into the scanner by scanning the 3 digit decimal equivalent of the ASCII character into the appropriate character location with the code byte bar codes.
  • Page 78: Reserved Codes

    YTES SAGE ESERVED ODES ~ Enable Reserved Code - Contact Metrologic for information about this feature. ³ ~ Disable Reserved Code ³ ABLE Code Byte Code Types UPC-A UPC-E EAN-8 EAN-13 Code 39 Codabar Interleaved 2 of 5 Code 128 Code 93 MSI Plessey Code 11...
  • Page 79: Ascii Reference Table

    YTES SAGE ASCII R EFERENCE ABLE Decimal Value/ Control Keyboard HEX Value Character Code Byte Value...
  • Page 80 YTES SAGE ASCII R EFERENCE ABLE Decimal Value/ Control Keyboard HEX Value Character Code Byte Value space,blank “ & ‘ apostrophe comma minus period number zero number one...
  • Page 81 YTES SAGE ASCII R EFERENCE ABLE Decimal Value/ Control Keyboard HEX Value Character Code Byte Value < less than > greater than shift P letter l letter O...
  • Page 82 YTES SAGE ASCII R EFERENCE ABLE Decimal Value/ Control Keyboard HEX Value Character Code Byte Value shift K shift L shift M à,shift N ♣, shift 0, underscore ‘ accent grave...
  • Page 83: Extended Key Code Reference Table

    YTES SAGE ASCII R EFERENCE ABLE Decimal Value/ Control Keyboard HEX Value Character Code Byte Value vertical slash alt mode (alt mode) delete, rubout XTENDED EFERENCE ABLE At Scan PS2 Scan Prefix/Suffix Value 3151 Code Code Hex = Decimal 80H = 128 81H = 129 82H = 130 ...
  • Page 84 YTES SAGE XTENDED EFERENCE ABLE At Scan PS2 Scan Prefix/Suffix Value 3151 Code Code Hex = Decimal 97H = 151 98H = 152 99H = 153 9AH = 154 9BH = 155 Numeric + 9CH = 156 Numeric - 9DH = 157 Numeric * 9EH = 158 Caps Lock...
  • Page 85: Series

    MS9520 V & MS9540 V ® ® OYAGER OYAGER ERIES CTIVATION ANGE Use these bar codes to select infrared (IR) sensor activation range for sensing when objects are placed in the scan field. * Long Range In Stand ³ Short Range In Stand ³...
  • Page 86: Laser/Scan Modes

    MS9520 V & MS9540 V ® ® OYAGER OYAGER ERIES ASER ODES * Normal Scan - Laser turns on after the IR senses a bar code. The laser remains on for approximately 3 ³ to 10 seconds. Blinky Scan - Laser turns on after the IR senses a bar code.
  • Page 87: Same Symbol Time Outs

    MS9520 V & MS9540 V ® ® OYAGER OYAGER ERIES YMBOL If using an MS5145 Eclipse, the MS9524 or MS9544 VoyagerPDF, please go to page 28. No Same Symbol Time Out ³ 1000 msec Same Symbol Time Out ³ * 875 msec Same Symbol Time Out ³...
  • Page 88: Ms9524 & Ms9544 Voyagerpdf ® Series

    MS9524 & MS9544 V ® OYAGER ERIES * Enable PDF ³ Disable PDF ³ * Enable Audible Indicator ³ Disable Audible Indicator ³ PDF C TATUS Enable PDF CodeGate in Stand ³ * Disable PDF CodeGate in Stand ³ Enable PDF CodeGate Out of Stand ³...
  • Page 89 MS9524 & MS9544 V ® OYAGER ERIES * Enabe RSS 2D Linkage - Transmits the 1D RSS with out scanning the 2D portion. ³ Disable RSS 2D Linkage ³ Enable UPC/EAN Linkage - Link UPC/EAN symbols with a 2D composite constituent then ³...
  • Page 90: Ms9535 Voyagerbt

    MS9535 V ® OYAGER When the MS9535 acts as a client to other Bluetooth devices that have a Bluetooth address that is NOT headed with FNC3 but is just a common 12-digit hex value (e.g. 000CA700118), scan the Get Bluetooth Address code first, then scan the devices address bar code.
  • Page 91 MS9535 V ® OYAGER Sleep in 5 Minutes - The scanner will go into sleep mode after the laser has been off for 5 minutes. ³ Sleep in 10 Minutes - The scanner will go into sleep mode after the laser has been off for 10 minutes. ³...
  • Page 92: Ms9535-5M Voyagerbt

    MS9535-5M V ® OYAGER Enable Inventory Mode – Bar code data that is scanned is stored in the scanner’s expanded ³ memory base. The data will be transmitted when the scanner is placed back into its Bluetooth cradle. A special beep will sound when a bar code is scanned but not stored due to a full a memory base.
  • Page 93 MS9535-5M V ® OYAGER Clear Inventory Records - Will clear all stored bar code data in memory. ³ Enable Auto Clear Records – will automatically clear the stored records in the inventory buffer after ³ transmission of the records stored. * Maintain Records ³...
  • Page 94: Inventory Quantity Bar Codes

    MS9535-5M V ® OYAGER NVENTORY UANTITY ODES The following inventory quantity bar codes will enable the user to enter a quantity from 1 to 9999 for the last item (bar code) scanned. The item’s bar code data will be retransmitted as many times as the quantity indicates. Example: Scan the item’s bar code (ie.
  • Page 95: Is4125 / Is4225 Scan Engines

    IS4125 / IS4225 S NGINES Disable Old Serial Program ³ Enable Old Serial Program ³ Enable TTL UART ³ Enable Non Buffered TTL UART ³ Enable Detect and Notify Mode ³ Cunningham Defaults - Scan this code followed by Recall Defaults code to enable and load ³...
  • Page 96: Miscellaneous Features

    ISCELLANEOUS EATURES USTOM EFAULTS Metrologic manufactures several scanners for OEM applications. These scanners may use a different set of defaults than Metrologic factory defaults. Scanning the bar code will reset the default table to Metrologic defaults. Enable Factory Defaults - Scan this code followed by Recall Defaults code to enable and load ³...
  • Page 97: Serial Program Mode

    ISCELLANEOUS EATURES ERIAL ROGRAM For Serial Program Mode, all commands must be framed by an STX (02 Hex) and ETX (03 Hex). To recall defaults: Transmit <STX>999999<ETX> through the Serial Port. This will put the scanner in serial program mode. Scanning will be suspended and the scanner will respond with an ACK (06 Hex).
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