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HE40T Quickstart Guide
V1.0.1, December 2006
EM-20854-1V101

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    HE40T Quickstart Guide V1.0.1, December 2006 EM-20854-1V101...

  • Page 2: Safety Guidelines

    Safety Guidelines This manual contains notices you have to observe in order to ensure your personal safety, as well as to prevent damage to property. The notices referring to your personal safety are highlighted in the manual by a safety alert symbol, notices referring to property damage only have no safety alert symbol.

  • Page 3: Prescribed Usage

    Trademarks All names identified by ® are registered trademarks of the Siemens AG. The remaining trademarks in this publication may be trademarks whose use by third parties for their own purposes could violate the rights of the owner.

  • Page 5: Table Of Contents

    Attaching the H2 Cabled Handle 2 Attaching the BH1/BH2 Battery Handle 4 HE40T Wireless 6 Connecting With A QuickConnect Code 6 HE40T Wireless Setup 6 Radio Range and Transferring Data 7 HE40T Cables 8 USB Cable Connection 9 PS2 Cable Connection 10...

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    Targeting and Reading Techniques 13 Reading Symbols with the HE40T 14 Programming Codes 14 Symbology Settings 14 DoD UID Settings 16 Batch Mode 17 Auto Transfer Buffer Memory 17 Trigger Programming 19 Left Trigger 19 Right Trigger 19 Handle Trigger 20...

  • Page 7: Preface

    Welcome PREFACE Purpose of This Manual The purpose of the manual is to get you up and running quickly and confidently with your HE40T reader. Laser Safety Caution Laser in the HE40T LASER RADIATION - AVOID LONG TERM VIEWING OF DIRECT LASER RADIATION - LASER CLASS 2A Wavelength 630 nm - Maximum radiant power: <...

  • Page 8: Further Support

    Further Support If you have any questions concerning the use of products which are not answered in this manual, please contact your local Siemens partner at your Siemens office. You can find your local partner at: http://www.siemens.com/automation/partner You can find a guide to the technical documentation on offer for the individual SIMATIC products and systems at: http://www.siemens.de/simatic-tech-doku-portal...

  • Page 9: Service & Support On The Internet

    Further information about our technical support is available in the Internet at http://www.siemens.com/automation/service Service & Support on the Internet The Siemens Service & Support team provides you with comprehensive additional information on SIMATIC products in its online Internet services. http://www.siemens.com/automation/service&support There you can find: •...

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    HE40T Quickstart Guide Rev 1.0.1, Dec. 2006...

  • Page 11: Getting Started

    Getting Started CHAPTER 1 The HE40T is a revolutionary new low cost bar code reader that employs Siemens’ industry leading Direct Part Mark (DPM) reading technology. Developed to be the first universal reader, no other single device performs as many functions. With a cost of ownership far less than comparable systems, the HE40T incorporates a unique dual path optical system, a 1.3 million pixel...

  • Page 12: Attaching The H2 Cabled Handle

    Attaching the H2 Cabled Handle The HE40T uses the battery compartment to “snap to” the handle. Figure 1–1 shows the H2 handle with flexible connector. Figure 1–2 shows the battery blank. H2 Handle with Flexible Connector FIGURE 1–1. Flexible Connector H2 Handle with Battery Blank FIGURE 1–2.

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    Figure 1–3. The HE40T can be secured further with threaded screws on the under side of the handle, and on the end of the flexible connector, as shown in Figure 1–4.

  • Page 14: Attaching The Bh1/bh2 Battery Handle

    Attaching the BH1/BH2 Battery Handle The HE40T uses the battery compartment to “snap to” the handle. The BH1/BH2 handle is shown in Figure 1–5. The handle with battery is shown in Figure 1–6. BH1/BH2 Handle FIGURE 1–5. BH1/BH2 Handle with Battery FIGURE 1–6.

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    Attaching the BH1/BH2 Handle FIGURE 1–7. The HE40T can be secured further with threaded screws on the under side of the handle, as shown in Figure 1–8. Location of Threaded Screws FIGURE 1–8. Rev 1.0.1, Dec. 2006 HE40T Quickstart Guide...

  • Page 16: He40t Wireless

    Note: While installing the Bluetooth Configuration Manager software that was included with your Bluetooth adapter, make sure to note the Virtual COM Port number the software assigned for the adapter (e.g., COM 10). This is the COM Port your HE40T will connect through. HE40T Quickstart Guide...

  • Page 17: Radio Range And Transferring Data

    Save Settings Radio Range and Transferring Data The HE40T radio is a Class 1 device. If connected to another Class 1 device, the unit has roughly a 300 foot line of sight operating range. If connecting to a Class 2 or Class 3 device, the operating range may drop to match the lower range.

  • Page 18: He40t Cables

    For more information about setting up and using the HE40T with a wireless Bluetooth configuration, consult the HE40T User Manual. HE40T Cables The HE40T is available with USB, RS-232 and PS2 cables. All of the cables are connected to the HE40T with a 8-pin DIN connector.

  • Page 19: Usb Cable Connection

    Figure 1–16. You DO NOT need to power off your host computer. Connecting the USB Cable FIGURE 1–16. Once properly connected to the host computer, the HE40T will power on and beep. The reader is shipped pre-configured. Rev 1.0.1, Dec. 2006 HE40T Quickstart Guide...

  • Page 20: Ps2 Cable Connection

    Attach the PS2 cable to the HE40T. If you have a cabled keyboard, detach the keyboard cable from your computer and connect that same connector to the female connection on the HE40T PS2 cable, as shown in Figure 1–17. Connecting the Keyboard Cable FIGURE 1–17.

  • Page 21: Rs-232 Cable Connection

    The HE40T is powered by the PS2 port and does not require a power supply. Once properly connected, the HE40T will power on. The reader is shipped pre-configured. RS-232 Cable Connection Attach the RS-232 cable to the HE40T. Connect the RS-232 cable to your host computer.

  • Page 22: Rs-232 Cable Settings

    RS-232 One Reset to RS-232 Way Mode Factory Defaults Baud Rates Scan the codes in Figure 1–22 to set the baud rate: Baud Rate Codes FIGURE 1–22. 9600 4800 19200 38400 57600 115200 Default HE40T Quickstart Guide Rev 1.0.1, Dec. 2006...

  • Page 23: Save Settings

    FIGURE 1–23. Save Settings Targeting and Reading Techniques The HE40T utilizes digital camera technology to take a picture of a symbol. Once an image is captured, the HE40T utilizes Siemens’ industry leading decoder to extract data from the captured image.

  • Page 24: Reading Symbols With The He40t

    Figure 1–25. Note: The HE40T can read a symbol that is not centered; however, the HE40T performs best when a code is centered. Centering Symbol Within the Laser Dot FIGURE 1–25.

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    Code 39 On Code 39 Off UPC Off UPC On I 2 of 5 Off UPC Extension On UPC Extension Off QR/Micro QR On QR/Micro QR Off PDF417 On PDF417 Off Save Settings Rev 1.0.1, Dec. 2006 HE40T Quickstart Guide...

  • Page 26: Dod Uid Settings

    Matrix only and have no effect on other symbologies: • UII DM On — The HE40T is configured to construct UII. If there is a valid UII, a UII string is outputted. For decoded Data Matrix with invalid UII, HE40T stops image acquisition without an output string.

  • Page 27: Batch Mode

    UII On for all Symbologies Save Settings Batch Mode The HE40T unit features a batch mode for applications requiring a portable reader. Batch mode allows a user to store scanned data to the reader’s non-volatile memory. You may transfer the data to a host computer when needed.

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    Send & Buffer Mode Settings (Default) Send & Log Mode Transfer All Data Memory Transfer Only Unsent Data Delete Scanned Data From Memory Enable Auto Transfer Disable Auto Transfer Buffer Memory (Default) Buffer Memory HE40T Quickstart Guide Rev 1.0.1, Dec. 2006...

  • Page 29: Trigger Programming

    Read With Both Imagers (Default) Read With Far-Field Imager Read With Near-Field Imager Right Trigger Right Trigger Programming Codes FIGURE 1–31. Read With Both Imagers (Default) Read With Far-Field Imager Read With Near-Field Imager Rev 1.0.1, Dec. 2006 HE40T Quickstart Guide...

  • Page 30: Handle Trigger

    VGA Only (Default) Turbo Dot Peen Mode The HE40T with the default settings offers the best overall performance for Data Matrix DPM reading. For reading dot peen marks with cell size larger than 15 mils or 0.015 inches, it is often possible to improve the reading performance by enabling the Turbo Dot Peen mode.

  • Page 31: Miscellaneous Programming Codes

    Scan the codes in Figure 1–35 and Figure 1–36 to set the appropriate prefix: Prefix Settings FIGURE 1–35. Prefix - Comma Prefix - Space Prefix - Tab Prefix - Carriage Return (RS-232) Line Feed (RS-232) Rev 1.0.1, Dec. 2006 HE40T Quickstart Guide...

  • Page 32: Suffix Settings

    Scan the codes in Figure 1–37 and Figure 1–38 to set the appropriate suffix: Suffix Settings FIGURE 1–37. Suffix - Space Suffix - Comma Suffix - Carriage Return Suffix - Enter Line Feed (RS-232) (USB/PS2) HE40T Quickstart Guide Rev 1.0.1, Dec. 2006...

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    Suffix Settings (Continued) FIGURE 1–38. Suffix - Carriage Return Suffix - Line Feed (RS-232) (RS-232) Suffix - Tab Suffix - Tab (USB/PS2) (RS-232) Save Settings Suffix - Erase/None This code will eras all suffix data Rev 1.0.1, Dec. 2006 HE40T Quickstart Guide...

  • Page 34: Volume And Vibration Settings

    Vibrate Off Beep On Beep Off Beep On Save Settings Reader ID & Firmware Version Minimum Requirements Operating Systems: Windows© 2000, XP Interfaces: USB, RS-232, and PS2 Bluetooth™: HE40T only supports Bluetooth serial profile HE40T Quickstart Guide Rev 1.0.1, Dec. 2006...

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