Universal Menu Book/Miscellaneous/Serial configuration support

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Disable configuring via RS232:
The reader ignores all configuration commands from the RS232 port. The trigger and buzzer commands are still accepted.

Enable configuring via RS232:
The reader accepts all configuration commands from the RS232 port.

Disable trigger via RS232:
The reader ignores the trigger command, <Z> (Hex 5A), via the RS232 port.

Enable trigger via RS232:
The reader accepts the trigger command via the RS232 port.

Disable buzzer via RS232:
The reader ignores the buzzer command via the RS232 port.

Enable buzzer via RS232:
The reader accepts the buzzer command, <B> (Hex 42) for the good read buzzer and <E> (Hex 45) for the error buzzer, via the RS232 port.

Disable Good read LED via RS232:
The reader ignores the good read LED command via the RS232 port.

Enable Good read LED via RS232:
The reader accepts the good read LED command, <L>(Hex 4C), via the RS232 port.

Disable ACK/NAK for RS232 commands:
The reader does not transmit <ACK> nor <NAK> when a command is received.

Enable ACK/NAK for RS232 commands:
The reader transmits an <ACK> (Hex 06) after each valid RS232 command and a <NAK> (Hex 15) after each invalid RS232 command.

Enable/Disable laser commands:
The laser will not turn on when the trigger button is pressed or the trigger command is sent.

Error message - No label:
Following this menu label a maximum of 4 direct input characters may be read. These characters will be transmitted if during the read time of the reader no label was detected. This function is only available on readers where the trigger is enabled. If no direct input character is read following the command, the error message is disabled. The function may be combined with "Error message - No decode".

Error message - No decode:
Following this menu label a maximum of 4 direct input characters may be read. These characters will be transmitted if during the read time of the reader a label was detected, but nothing could be decoded. This function is only available on readers where the trigger is enabled. If no direct input character is read following the command, the error message is disabled.The function may be combined with "Error message - No label".

Example:
The following two examples will set the messages "NL<CR>" and "ND<CR>" for No label and No decode respectively. The two examples may both be active at the same time. See figure 7.01.

File:SerialConfigurationSupport.svg

SET Image:MenulabelZZ.png
Disable configuring via RS232 TS File:Menulabel TS.png
Enable configuring via RS232 TT File:Menulabel TT.png
Disable trigger via RS232 8B File:Menulabel 8B.png
Enable trigger via RS232 8C File:Menulabel 8C.png
Disable buzzer via RS232 WB File:Menulabel WB.png
Enable buzzer via RS232 WA File:Menulabel WA.png
Disable good read LED via RS232 TY File:Menulabel TY.png
Enable good read LED via RS232 TZ File:Menulabel TZ.png
Disable ACK/NAK for RS232 comm. WD File:Menulabel WD.png
Enable ACK/NAK for RS232 comm. WC File:Menulabel WC.png
Enable enable/disable laser SR File:Menulabel SR.png
Disable enable/disable laser SQ File:Menulabel SQ.png
Error message No label TH File:Menulabel TH.png
Error message No decode TI File:Menulabel TI.png
END Image:MenulabelZZ.png
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