Universal Menu Book/Code options/Setting code specific options/Options for UPC-E

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The UPC-E symbology is a fixed length symbology encoding 6 data digits, a check digit and non printable start/stop characters. The following characters are supported:

  • the digits 0 upto 9

An optional leading digit can be transmitted, which together with the data and the check digit forms an 8 digit field providing a compatibility with the EAN-8 format. For string format see figure 3.14.

UPC-E add-on 2/add-on 5:
The UPC-E symbology as described above can be succeeded by an additional 2 or 5 digit UPC-E code. For string format see figure 3.15.

UPC-E0 stands for UPC version E0 and the first digit is always a "0". UPC-E1 stand for UPC version E1 and the first digit is a "1". Options for UPC-E0 affects UPC-E1 too. Support for UPC-E1 is reader dependent.

Options for UPC-E:

  • Enable transmission of the leading digit
  • Disable transmission of the check digit
  • Transmit UPC-E as UPC-A

Transmit UPC-E as UPC-A:
If this option is enabled, a UPC-E label is transmitted in the UPC-A format.



SET Image:MenulabelZZ.png
UPC-E, no leading digit, transmit CD E7 File:Menulabel E7.png
UPC-E, no leading digit, not transmit CD E9 File:Menulabel E9.png
UPC-E, leading digit, transmit CD E6 File:Menulabel E6.png
UPC-E, leading digit, not transmit CD E8 File:Menulabel E8.png
Transmit UPC-E as is 6Q File:Menulabel 6Q.png
Tranmit UPC-E as UPC-A 6P File:Menulabel 6P.png
END Image:MenulabelZZ.png
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