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Table of Contents
General Precautions ......................................................................... 2
Safety Precautions ........................................................................... 2
Autofocus Code Reader
SR-1000 Series Part 1 Basic Operation

User's Manual Rev.5.0 Chapter 1 Before Using the Product


1-1 Checking the Package Contents ....................................................... 3
Read this manual before use. 1-2 Part Names........................................................................................ 3
Keep this manual in a safe place for future reference. 1-3 System Configuration and Setup Flow .............................................. 4

Chapter 2 Connection and Wiring


2-1 Connection and Wiring ...................................................................... 5
2-2 Wiring to a PC ................................................................................... 6
2-3 Wiring to a PLC or Peripheral............................................................ 6
2-4 Wiring to a Sensor or Switch ............................................................. 6

Chapter 3 Mounting
3-1 Before Mounting ................................................................................ 7
3-2 Mounting Methods ............................................................................. 7
3-3 Position Adjustment........................................................................... 8

Chapter 4 Tuning
4-1 Tuning................................................................................................ 9
Symbols 4-2 Reading Check .................................................................................. 9

The following symbols alert you to important messages. Be sure to read these
messages carefully. Chapter 5 AutoID Network Navigator Functions and Operations
(Basic)
It indicates a hazardous situation which, if not avoided, will result in death or
DANGER
serious injury.
5-1 Connecting ...................................................................................... 10
It indicates a hazardous situation which, if not avoided, could result in death 5-2 Reading Settings ............................................................................. 10
WARNING
or serious injury.
5-3 Communication Settings.................................................................. 11
It indicates a hazardous situation which, if not avoided, could result in minor 5-4 Sending Settings ............................................................................. 12
CAUTION
or moderate injury.
5-5 Saving Settings/Quick Setup Codes................................................ 12
It indicates a situation which, if not avoided, could result in product damage
NOTICE
as well as property damage.
Part 2 Detailed Information
Important It indicates cautions and limitations that must be followed during
operation.
Chapter 6 AutoID Network Navigator Functions and Operations
(Advanced)
Point It indicates additional information on proper operation.
6-1 Change Field of View ...................................................................... 13
Reference It indicates tips for better understanding or useful information. 6-2 Read Multiple Codes ....................................................................... 13
6-3 Read Moving Codes ........................................................................ 16
Indicates the reference pages in this manual or the reference pages in 6-4 Change Reading Behavior .............................................................. 17
separate manuals. 6-5 Control Multiple Readers ................................................................. 18
6-6 Check Print Quality.......................................................................... 18
6-7 Edit Read Data ................................................................................ 19
6-8 Control the I/O Terminals ................................................................ 19
Introduction 6-9 Save Captured Images.................................................................... 20
This user's manual describes the connection/wiring procedure, setting 6-10 Output Read Data to CSV Files....................................................... 21
instructions, and precautions for using the "SR-1000 Series Autofocus Code 6-11 Compare the Read Data (Preset Data Comparison)....................... 22
Reader". Please read this manual thoroughly before using the SR-1000 Series to 6-12 Suppress Data Output ..................................................................... 22
ensure optimum performance. Keep this manual handy for quick future reference. 6-13 Lock SR-1000 Series Buttons ......................................................... 22
6-14 Connect to AutoID Network Navigator over Ethernet ...................... 23

Chapter 7 Checking Reading Results and Operations


7-1 Check the Read Data ...................................................................... 24
7-2 Send Commands............................................................................. 24
7-3 Acquire Saved Images (Image View) .............................................. 24
7-4 View Live Images (MultiMonitor) ..................................................... 25
7-5 Acquire Saved Files (File View)....................................................... 25
7-6 Output Read Results as a Report.................................................... 26

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Chapter 8 Checking and Restoring Settings General Precautions
8-1 Checking SR-1000 Series Settings ................................................. 27
8-2 Restoring Settings (AutoID Network Navigator) .............................. 27
Do not use this product for the purpose to protect a human body or a part
8-3 Restoring Settings (Quick Setup Code) .......................................... 27 of human body.
WARNING This product is not intended for use as explosion-proof product. Do not
use this product in hazardous location and/or potentially explosion
Chapter 9 Detailed Explanation atmosphere.
You must verify that the SR-1000 Series are operating correctly in terms of
9-1 Reader Display Details.................................................................... 28 functionality and performance before the start and the operation of the
9-2 AutoID Network Navigator Details................................................... 29 CAUTION SR-1000 Series.
We recommend that you take substantial safety measures to avoid any
9-3 List of AutoID Network Navigator Settings ...................................... 30
damage in the event of a problem occurring.
9-4 Read Behavior................................................................................. 32
KEYENCE never warrant the function or performance of the SR-1000
9-5 Reading Test ................................................................................... 36 Series if it is used in a manner that differs from the SR-1000 Series
9-6 Master/Slave Function..................................................................... 37 specifications contained in this instruction manual of if the SR-1000
NOTICE Series are modified by yourself.
9-7 Code Quality Verification................................................................. 39 When the SR-1000 Series is used in combination with other instruments,
9-8 Matching level ................................................................................. 47 functions and performance maybe degraded, depending on operating
conditions and the surrounding environment.
9-9 Preset Data Comparison ................................................................. 47
9-10 Scripts ............................................................................................. 48

Part 3 Communication
Safety Precautions
Chapter 10 Communication Types
Safety Precautions on LED Product
10-1 SR-1000 Series Communication Types .......................................... 49
10-2 Data Communication Format .......................................................... 50
Use of controls or adjustments or performance of procedures other than
those specified herein may result in hazardous radiation exposure.
Follow the instructions mentioned in this manual. Otherwise, injury to the
Chapter 11 Serial and Socket Communication human body (eyes and skin) may result.
Do not stare into the beam.
11-1 Serial Communication ..................................................................... 52 CAUTION Do not disassemble this product.
11-2 Socket Communication (TCP, UDP) ............................................... 52 LED emission from this product is not automatically stopped when it is
disassembled.
Do not view directly with optical instruments. Viewing the LED output
with certain optical instruments (for example, eye loupes, magnifiers
Chapter 12 Command Communication and microscopes) within a distance of 100 mm may pose an eye hazard.

12-1 Command Communication.............................................................. 53


12-2 Reading and Tuning Commands..................................................... 53
12-3 SR-1000 Series Configuration Commands ..................................... 55

Chapter 13 PLC Link


13-1 PLC Link Overview.......................................................................... 64
13-2 Settings ........................................................................................... 64
13-3 Memory Maps.................................................................................. 66
13-4 Operation Examples........................................................................ 68
13-5 PLC Link Error................................................................................. 69

Chapter 14 EtherNet/IP
14-1 EtherNet/IP Overview...................................................................... 70
14-2 Cyclic Communication..................................................................... 71
14-3 Message Communication................................................................ 76
14-4 Reference Programs ....................................................................... 80

Chapter 15 PROFINET
15-1 PROFINET Overview ...................................................................... 83
15-2 Cyclic Communication..................................................................... 83

Part 4 Specifications and Application Examples

Chapter 16 Application Examples


16-1 Reading Operation .......................................................................... 87
16-2 Reading Moving Codes ................................................................... 87
16-3 Reading Codes with Unknown Positions......................................... 87
16-4 Changeover..................................................................................... 87

Chapter 17 Specifications
17-1 Specifications .................................................................................. 89
17-2 Dimensions...................................................................................... 90
17-3 Troubleshooting............................................................................... 91
17-4 ASCII Codes.................................................................................... 92
17-5 Precautions on Proper Use ............................................................. 92
17-6 Software License Agreement .......................................................... 93
17-7 Copyright indications ....................................................................... 93

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1-1 Checking the Package Contents 1-2 Part Names
Model Name Package content Qty. Appearance Top
SR-1000/1000W Auto focus code reader Reader unit 1 SR-1000
SEL
MENU

SEL
MENU

(Fixed type)
SR-10 00

(2)
(3)
(1) SR-1000
(4)
Instruction 1
SR-1000
96M13020

CE

EC
EU


(5)
manual
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(6)
EMI EN61326-1, Class A
EMSEN61326-1
30m
EMC





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2006/95/EC
EN62471




CSA
CSA UL CSA



CAN/CSA C22.2 No.61010-1

UL61010-1
CSA


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2000m


CECCanadian Electrical Code
NECNational Electrical

Code Class 2 CSA

UL
CAN/CSA-C22.2 No.60950-1/UL60950-1Limited Power
Source CSA UL


Class A
(Class A)












LED

LED



LED

LED

LED 100mm
LED

(7)

SR-1000

SR-1000
SR-1000
SR-1000


SR-1000







SR-D100 OFF

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Ethernet port 1
(8)
POWER
ETHERNET

cover USB

No. Name Description


(1) Scanner Section that reads codes.
Option (2) Display Shows reading results or matching level.
Indicates whether the reading is possible or not.
(3) OK/ERROR LED
Model Name Package content Qty. Appearance OK: Green, ERROR: Red.
SR-H5W Setup software DVD-ROM 1 (4) ENTER button Button used to confirm functions.
(AutoID Network (5) SELECT button Button used to select functions.
Navigator)
(6) Ethernet port Port for connecting the Ethernet cable.
OP-87224/ Control cable Cable 1 (7) Control port Port for connecting the control cable.
87225/87226 (2 m/5 m/10 m) (8) USB port Port for connecting the USB cable for setting.

OP-87353/87354/ Control cable Cable 1


87355 (NFPA-compliant) (2 m/5 m/10 m)

OP-87527/87528/ Control cable Cable 1


87529 (NFPA-compliant) (2 m/5 m/10 m)
D-sub connector type

OP-87230/87231/ Ethernet cable Cable 1


87232 (NFPA-compliant) (2 m/5 m/10 m)

OP-51580 USB cable Cable 1


(2 m)

OP-87866 Mounting bracket Mounting 1


bracket

Screw (M4) 4

OP-88002 Adjustable bracket Mounting 1


bracket

Screw (M4) 4

SR-10AR Reflector attachment Attachment 1

Screw (M3) 2

SR-10AH High resolution lens Attachment 1


attachment

Screw (M3) 2

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1-3 System Configuration and
Setup Flow
System Configuration
SR-1000 Series systems have the following configurations.

During setup

SEL
MENU

SR-1000

USB

Ethernet
AutoID Network
SR-1000 Series Navigator

* You cannot connect to AutoID Network Navigator through the RS-232C


interface.

During use

RS-232C
SEL
MENU

SR-1000

Ethernet PC PLC

SR-1000 Series I/O terminal


Sensor PLC

Setup flow

1 Check the package contents.

"1-1 Checking the Package


Contents" (Page 3)

2 Wire the reader and mount it on a surface.

"2-1 Connection and


Wiring" (Page 5)

3 Power the reader.

4 Tune the reader.

"4-1 Tuning" (Page 9)

5 Use AutoID Network Navigator to set up the SR-1000 Series.

"5-1 Connecting" (Page 10)

Start operation.

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2-1 Connection and Wiring Wire color Name Description
Signal
direction
Initial assignment AWG

Brown 24 V 24 VDC Input - 26


Blue 0V Power GND - - 26
Connection and Wiring
Orange RXD (RD) RS-232C Receive Input - 28
Connecting the control cable and wiring Yellow TXD (SD) RS-232C Send Output - 28
Purple SGND RS-232C GND - - 28
1 Align the protrusion in the cable connector with the notch in the Green IN1 Input signal 1 Input Reading start 26
control port. Gray IN2 Input signal 2 Input - 28
White and
IN COM Input common - - 28
blue
Pink OUT1 Output signal 1 Output Reading OK 28
Light blue OUT2 Output signal 2 Output Reading ERROR 28
White OUT3 Output signal 3 Output BUSY 28
Black OUT COM Output common - - 28
Black tube FG Frame ground - - -

2 Tighten the connector screw by turning it clockwise. Be sure to turn power off before attempting to connect or disconnect the
control cable.
Insert the connector straight so that it is not tilted and then tighten it
securely. Under-tightening can lead to a loose connector due to
vibrations, resulting in poor contact.
* After tightening it as much as possible by hand, tighten it further
NOTICE
approximately 90 - 120 using a tool such as pliers.
Screw tightening torque: Insulate unused wires individually.
1.5 to 2.0 Nm Be sure to provide Class D ground for the FG wire.
The shield and FG wires of the control cable and the shield wire of the
Ethernet cable are electrically connected via the main unit housing. Be
sure to provide them with a common ground.

Connecting the Ethernet cable

3 Connect the wires according to usage. 1 Align the protrusion in the cable connector with the notch in the
Ethernet port and connect the cable to the main unit.
When the I/O terminals are not used
SEL
MENU

SR-1000

Brown 24 V
24 VDC

Blue 0V

Black tube FG
2 Tighten the connector screw by turning it clockwise.
NPN wiring
The screw tightening torque should be within the range between 0.8 and
1.0 Nm.
SEL
Brown 24 V
MENU

SR-1000

Load
Pink/ OUT1 to 3
Light blue/White
Screw tightening torque:
White and blue IN COM
24 VDC 0.8 to 1.0 Nm

Green/Gray IN1 to 2

Black OUT COM

When connecting the connector, insert it so that it does not tilt, and then
Blue 0V push in and tighten the connector securely. Under-tightening can lead to a
loose connector due to vibrations, resulting in poor contact.
NOTICE After tightening it as much as possible by hand, tighten it further
Black tube FG approximately 5 - 10 using a tool such as pliers.
Do not bend the base of the Ethernet cable connector repeatedly. It may
PNP wiring cause connection failure.

Connecting the USB cable


Brown 24 V
1
SEL
MENU

SR-1000

Confirm the orientation and insert the connector straight so that it is


Black OUT COM not tilted.

Green/Gray IN1 to 2
24 VDC
POWER
ETHER
NET
White and blue IN COM USB

Load
Pink/ OUT1 to 3
Light blue/White

Blue 0V

Black tube FG When connecting, insert the connector straight so it does not tilt.
NOTICE
Otherwise, the connector pin may be damaged.

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2-2 Wiring to a PC Connecting to the MELSEC Series
QJ71C24N/-R2 SR-1000 Series

RD 2 Yellow TxD
RS-232C SD 3 Orange RxD
RS 7 Purple SGND
OP-87527/87528/87529 CS 8
ER 4
Connect the cable to the RS-232C port of the PC. DR 6
OP-87527/875278/87539 pin arrangement SG 5
CD 1
5 4 3 2 1 D-sub 9-pin (female) D-Sub 9 pin (male)
M2.6 screw
DTE (terminal definition)
#4-40 screw (male) Connecting to the SYSMAC Series
9 8 7 6

Pin number Symbol Description Signal direction PLC SR-1000 Series

2 TXD (SD) RS-232C send Output SD 2 Yellow TxD


3 RXD (RD) RS-232C receive Input RD 3 Orange RxD
RS 4 Purple SGND
5 SGND RS-232C GND -
CS 5

OP-87353/87354/87355/87224/87225/87226 SG 9
D-Sub 9 pin (male)
M2.6 screw
PC SR-1000 Series

RxD 2 Yellow TxD Connecting to a peripheral manufactured by KEYENCE


TxD 3 Orange RxD
GND(SG) 5 Purple SGND DV-90/N-42
RTS 7
CTS 8 DV-90/N-42 OP-87527/87528/87529
DTR(ER) 4
SD 2 2 TxD
DSR(DR) 6 * This connection can be
RD 3 3 RxD made with the addition of
D-Sub 9 pin
(female) ER 4 4 the OP-87533 conversion
#4-40 screw connector.
SG 5 5 SGND * When using the N-42, set the
DR 6 6 baud rate to 38400 bps or
lower.
RS 7 7
Ethernet CS 8 8

Connect the OP-87230/87231/87232 cable to the Ethernet port of the PC.


For the Ethernet communication settings, refer to "5-3 Communication
Settings" (page 11).
Ethernet
Connect the OP-87230/87231/87232 cable to the Ethernet port of the PLC.
USB For the Ethernet communication settings, refer to "5-3 Communication
Settings" (page 11).
Connect the OP-51580 cable to the USB port of the PC.
Installing the USB driver
The first time that you connect the SR-1000 to a PC and turn on the SR-1000,
2-4 Wiring to a Sensor or
you will be prompted to install the driver.
Specify the USB driver inside the "SR-H5W" DVD-ROM to install it. Switch
2-3 Wiring to a PLC or Peripheral Example of wiring the reader to a photoelectric sensor
manufactured by KEYENCE
RS-232C NPN
Photoelectric sensor (NPN)
Connecting to the KV Series
Brown (red)
KV-L21V/NC20L(port1) OP-87527/87528/87529
IN1 Green Black (white)
KV-N10L/NC10L

RD 2 2 TxD
INCOM White and blue Blue (black)
SD 3 3 RxD 24 VDC
ER 4 4 PNP
SG 5 5 SGND
DR 6 6 Photoelectric sensor (PNP)
RS 7 7
Blue (black)
CS 8 8
IN1 Green Black (white)
KV-L21V/NC20L(port1) SR-1000 Series KV-L21V(port2) SR-1000 Series
INCOM White and blue Brown (red)
KV-N10L/NC10L 24 VDC
RD 2 Yellow TxD SD 3 Yellow TxD
Orange Orange
Example of wiring the reader to a switch
SD 3 RxD RD 5 RxD
RS 7 Purple SGND SG 1 Purple SGND
CS 8
ER 4 IN1 Green
DR 6
SG 5 INCOM White and blue
D-Sub 9 pin
(female)
#4-40 screw 24 VDC
KV-NC20L(port2) SR-1000 Series

RD 4 Yellow TxD
SD 1 Orange RxD
SG 5 Purple SGND

Handheld programmer SR-1000 Series

RD 3 Yellow TxD
SD 5 Orange RxD
SG 4 Purple SGND
Modular Connector

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3-1 Before Mounting When using the optional mounting bracket (OP-87866)

Check the mounting conditions according to the following precautions. 1 Attach the optional mounting bracket to the SR-1000 Series.

Confirm that ambient light is not affecting the reader.


Prevent ambient lightfrom sources such as sunlight, other lights, and
photoelectric sensorsfrom entering the light receiving area of the SR-1000
Series. Ambient light may lead to unstable readings or incorrect readings.

Mounting bracket
Shield from
ambient light
Photoelectric Solution
sensor SEL

MENU

SEL

MENU
SR-
1000

SR-
1000

Change sensor position


SE
L

ME
NU

SR
-100
0

Confirm the reader's beam is unobstructed.


If the beams of light are obstructed, the barcode may become undetectable. Supplied screw size : M4
Tightening torque : 0.5Nm

Obstruction
2 Secure the mounting bracket.
Mounting screws are not included.
Solution

Light

Code Change the position of the obstruction


so that the path of ligaht is unhindered
SE
L

ME
NU

SR

Use a light shield or a similar object to ensure that the SR-1000 Series does
-100
0

not receive strong light (direct or reflected) output from a laser marker or
NOTICE
similar device. The SR-1000 Series may be damaged if it receives this kind
of light. Mounting screw size : M5

Attaching the OP-88002

3-2 Mounting Methods


4 mm 3 5.0 Nm

Mounting 1
1 Secure the SR-1000 Series unit with screws.
2
Mounting screws are not included.
1
12
S
R
-1
00
0

S
E
L
M
EN
U

SE

* Separately prepare a support pole


L

MEN
U

with a diameter of 12 mm.


SR
-100
0

Mounting bracket: M4
Supplied screw size: 0.5Nm

Attaching the SR-10AR

Mounting screw size : M4


Tightening torque : 0.5Nm
Screw hole depth of the SR-1000 Series : 5 mm

SE SE
L L

MEN MEN
U U

SR SR
-100 -100
0 0

Code

Mounting bracket: M3
Supplied screw size: 0.5Nm

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Attaching the SR-10AH SR-1000W (Wide-view type)
View W (mm)
700
8 to 14
600

500

SE
L
SE
L
400
20 to 40 mm
MEN
MEN U
U

SR
SR -100

300
-100 0
0

Code
200

* When using the SR-10AH, you cannot use the SR-1000 pointer. 100
1280x1024
* The SR-10AH is dedicated for use with the SR-1000. 800x600
* When using the SR-10AH, the code size/cell size measurement 0
performed by AutoID Network Navigator will not be displayed 0 100 200 300 400 500 600 700 800 900 1000 1100
correctly. Distance (mm)
Mounting bracket: M3
Supplied screw size: 0.5Nm Typical example Unit: mm
1280 x 1024 (pixel) 800 x 600 (pixel)
Distance
Width Height Width Height
50 35 28 22 16

3-3 Position Adjustment


100
150
230
67
99
150
54
79
120
42
62
93
31
46
70
300 194 155 121 91
400 257 206 161 120
Field of View and Installation Distance 600 384 307 240 180

The SR-1000 Series provides a range of installation distances and fields of SR-1000 + SR-10AH (High-resolution type)
view depending on the type of the reader. Confirm the type of the reader and
View H (mm)
its field of view.
20
View W

10

1280x1024

View H 800x600
0
0 20 30 40
0
00
-1

Distance (mm)
R
S
NU
ME

L
SE

Installation distance
Typical Unit: mm
1280 x 1024 (pixel) 800 x 600 (pixel)
Distance
Horizontal Vertical Horizontal Vertical
1280 1024 (pixels)
20 11 9 7 5
View H = View W 0.80 (W:H=5:4)
30 15 12 9 7
800 600 (pixels)
40 19 15 11 8
View H = View W 0.75 (W:H=4:3)
Minimum resolution
SR-1000 (Standard type) SR-1000 SR-1000W
Unit: mm Unit: mm
View W (mm) Distance 2D code Barcode Distance 2D code Barcode
350 110 0.063 50 0.082
0.082
110 to 140 0.082 0.082 50 to 100 0.14
300 110 to 230 0.14 50 to 150 0.20 0.12
110 to 300 0.18 0.11 50 to 230 0.30 0.18
250 110 to 400 0.24 0.15 50 to 300 0.38 0.23
110 to 600 0.37 0.22 50 to 400 0.51 0.31
200
110 to 1000 0.61 0.37 50 to 600 0.76 0.45
150
SR-1000 + SR-10AH Unit: mm
100 Distance 2D code Barcode
1280x1024 20 0.025 -
50 20 to 30 0.030 -
800x600
20 to 40 0.040 0.082
0
0 100 200 300 400 500 600 700 800 900 1000 1100 * You can use the "Installation Guide" of AutoID Network Navigator to calculate
Distance (mm) the installation distance and the field of view.
Typical example Unit: mm
1280 x 1024 (pixel) 800 x 600 (pixel)
Distance
Width Height Width Height
110 30 24 19 14
140 40 32 25 18
230 68 54 42 32
300 90 72 56 42
400 122 97 76 57
600 185 148 116 87
1000 312 250 195 146

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4-1 Tuning 4-2 Reading Check

What Is Tuning? Display


With just a simple operation, the SR-1000 Series automatically adjusts the reading
parameters to the optimal values based on the target codes and stores these (1)
parameters in its internal memory. This function is called "Tuning."
This chapter explains how to use the unit's buttons to complete tuning. (2)

* For details on how to complete tuning using AutoID Network Navigator, refer to (3)
"5-2 Reading Settings" (page 10).

Displays the reading rate, which indicates the number of


(1) Reading rate
Operation Procedure times the code could be read among 10 scans.
If you press the [ENTER] button on this screen, the live view of

1 Turn on the SR-1000 Series.


the SR-1000 Series will be displayed.

2 Align the green pointer with the code.


(2) Live View display

Reading OK: Lit in green.


(3) OK/ERROR LED
Reading error: Lit in red.

* When the SR-1000 Series is operating in "custom mode," the following


3 Press the [ENTER] button three times as shown below. display is shown.
(1)

(2)

(1)
Displays the reading rate, which indicates the number of
(1) Reading rate
Switch to the MENU screen. times the code could be read among 10 scans
(2) Matching level Displays the reading stability (0 to 100)*1
*1 For details on the matching level, refer to "9-8 Matching level" (page 47).

(2)

Switch to the Tuning screen.

(3)

Execute tuning.

The LED flashes and tuning starts.

Normally mount the reader on a surface


such that the reader is level.
If reading fails, try to set the reader at an
angle and complete tuning.

When tuning is complete, the reading rate test mode screen is displayed.

This completes the tuning procedure.

Point Operations when tuning is executed with the SR-1000 Series unit
In smart mode
When tuning, the focus position is automatically adjusted according
to the mounting distance of the unit.
In custom mode
Use AutoID Network Navigator to adjust the focus position according
to the mounting distance.
The pointer position is an approximation of the center position of the
field of view. The center may be offset depending on the distance.
Make adjustments while watching the unit's display screen.
For details on how to complete tuning using AutoID Network
Navigator, refer to "5-2 Reading Settings" (page 10).

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5-1 Connecting 5-2 Reading Settings

Installing AutoID Network Navigator Tuning


Run "AutoID Launcher.exe" inside the "AutoID Network Navigator" folder of the
SR-H5W, and then install the program by following the instructions on the screen.
1 Click [Monitor].
* Refer to the AutoID Network Navigator Specifications The images scanned by the SR-1000 Series will be displayed in real time.
"17-1 Specifications"
Watch the images to confirm the code positions.
(page 89).

Important To install AutoID Network Navigator, log on as a user with


Administrator rights.
Install ".Net Framework 3.5 SP1" before you install AutoID Network
Navigator. You do not have to install it again if it is already installed.
If the UAC (User Account Control) dialog box is displayed during the
installation, click [Continue].
Exit all active applications before starting the installation. The
installation of the software may be impeded by security software.
To uninstall AutoID Network Navigator, double-click the
corresponding program in the list shown in the following location.
From the [Control Panel] screen, click [Uninstall a program].

Opening AutoID Network Navigator and Connecting to 2 Click [Auto focus].


the Reader The focus of the SR-1000 Series is adjusted automatically.

1 Use a USB cable (OP-51580) to connect the SR-1000 Series and a PC.

2 Double-click the "AutoID Network Navigator" shortcut on the


desktop.

If the following information is displayed, the connection has been established.

* If multiple focus positions are found, a dialog box is displayed to enable you
to select one position. Select the option that gives the clearest code.
Point To connect to the reader from AutoID Network Navigator, you can use 3 Click [Tuning].
the following two methods:
(1) Connect through the USB interface. The SR-1000 Series automatically adjusts the reading parameters to the
optimal values based on the target code.
(2) Connect through the Ethernet interface.
Reading settings are adjusted when the tuning complete message is
Normally connect to the reader through the USB interface. If you want
displayed.
to connect to the reader through the Ethernet interface, refer to
"6-14 Connect to AutoID Network Navigator over Ethernet" (page 23).
When you connect to the reader through the USB interface, you can Reading Check
only connect to one SR-1000 Series unit per PC. To set up two or
more SR-1000 Series units, connect to one unit at a time. Reading rate test

1 Click [Reading rate test].

2 The reading rate is displayed in the location indicated below.

3 Move the code within the field of view to check that the code can be
read stably.

4 Click [Reading rate test] again to complete the reading rate test.

Point The "Cell size," "Code size," and "Resolution" displayed during the
reading rate test are approximate values calculated from the image
data.

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Test modes Reference
IP address Specify a unique IP address on the network.
Measures and displays the reading rate, which indicates the Match this value with that of the device that you will
(1) Reading Rate Test Subnet Mask
number of times the code could be read among 10 scans connect to.
(2) Tact Test Measures and displays the time required for reading Normally leave this setting at its default value. Only
Default Gateway use this setting in circumstances when you are
Displays an approximation of the reading depth by virtually
(3) Depth Test using a router.
changing the distance from the current mounting distance

Point If you want to configure the code reading settings, refer to the following Setup Wizard
topics.
To widen the field of view: You can easily configure the Ethernet settings by following the instructions in the
"6-1 Change Field of View" (page 13)
To read multiple types of codes:
setup wizard.
"6-2 Read Multiple Codes" (page 13)
To read moving codes:
Example) TCP communication with a PC
"6-3 Read Moving Codes" (page 16)
1 Trigger input method
Select the reading trigger input method.

5-3 Communication Settings I/O terminal input


The trigger input will be provided by a sensor or switch wired to
the SR-1000 Series.
The trigger input will be provided by way of commands sent
Command input
from the host (PC).

RS-232C Connection

1 Click the [RS-232C] tab.

2 Configure the following items to match the PC/PLC that you will
connect to.

2 Destination for of read data

Reference For details on RS-232C, refer to "11-1 Serial Communication" (page


52).
If you will use the PLC link function, refer to "13-1 PLC Link
Overview" (page 64).

3 Communication protocol

Ethernet Connection

1 Click the [Ethernet] tab.

2 Set the IP address and other values to those assigned to the SR-1000
Series.

4 Detailed settings
Enter the IP address and port number of the PC that you will connect to, and
then click [Completed].

3 Click [Start the setup wizard], and then configure the communication
settings by following the instructions on the screen.

Point If you want to change the subnet mask, change the following value to
one in the range of 8 to 30.

Example) 24 255.255.255.0
16 255.255.0.0
8 255.0.0.0

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5 Click [Send Configuration]. 2 Select the location in which to save the file, enter the file name, and
then click [Save].
Reference Use the [Table] tab to change the header or terminator.
For information on communication other than that described above, Point Reading configuration files
refer to the following topics. "8-2 Restoring Settings (AutoID Network Navigator)" (page 27)
Detailed Ethernet settings If you have configured settings for use in script programming such as
"11-2 Socket Communication (TCP, UDP)" (page 52) the edit data function, edit image file name function, or the OUT
terminal control function, a message regarding the saving of the
PLC link script file will be displayed.
"13-1 PLC Link Overview" (page 64)
EtherNet/IP
"14-1 EtherNet/IP Overview" (page 70)
PROFINET Printing Quick Setup Codes
"15-1 PROFINET Overview" (page 83)
TCP Settings Create a quick setup code that is based on the settings changed in AutoID
Network Navigator. You can change the settings on the SR-1000 Series by having

5-4 Sending Settings


it read the printed code.

1 Click the [Quick Setup Code Creation] button.


Send the settings that you have selected with AutoID Network Navigator to the SR-
1000 Series. Sending the settings changes the settings on the reader.

Sending Settings

1 Click [Send Configuration]. 2 If necessary, enter set a comment and the error correction level.

Remarks This comment will be added to the quick setup code printout.
The quick setup code will be created with the set error
Error correction level correction level.
Normally, you do not have to change this value.

When the settings are being changed, the display of the 3 Click [Print].
[Send Configuration] icon changes to that shown below.
Printout example

2 When a message indicating that the transmission is complete is


displayed, click [OK].

3 When you finish configuring the settings, click the following button.
The communication between AutoID Network Navigator and the SR-1000
Series will be disconnected.

This completes the setting procedure.

Important Communication between the SR-1000 Series and a PLC or other


communication device is enabled when the connection with AutoID
Network Navigator is disconnected.
Note that data cannot be sent to a PLC or similar device while the SR-
1000 Series is connected to AutoID Network Navigator.

5-5 Saving Settings/ Point When a printer with low print quality is used, the cells in the 2D code
may bleed and become unreadable. Be sure to use a printer with 300

Quick Setup Codes dpi or greater for printing.


For details on how to read quick setup codes, refer to "8-3 Restoring
Settings (Quick Setup Code)" (page 27).

The AutoID Network Navigator settings can be saved as *.ptc files. This is useful
when you want to check the SR-1000 Series settings at a later time and when you
want to configure a newly purchased SR-1000 Series with the same settings.

Saving a Configuration File

1 Click the [Save] button.

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6-1 Change Field of View 6-2 Read Multiple Codes
SR-1000 Series field of view sizes
Reading Multiple Codes of the Same Type
Default value 800 600 pixels
Minimum value 96 96 pixels
Maximum value 1280 1024 pixels

123 4567
Widening the Field of View
1 Select the [Details] check box.

2 Click [Edit] under [Codes to read].

1 Select the [Details] check box.

2 Change [Image capture range] to "1280x1024."

3 Change the [Codes to read], and then click [OK].

3 Execute tuning.

Limiting the Field of View

123 123 4 Execute tuning.

1 Select the [Details] check box.

2 Change [Image capture range] to "User setting."

Output result

123,4567[CR]

Reading Multiple Codes of Different Types

3 The image capture range window will be displayed. Click [Capture].


123
4 Use the mouse to limit the image capture range by dragging it, and
then click [OK].
1 Change [Reading Logic] to "Custom mode."

2 Click [Monitor], and then drag the monitor screen to limit the tuning
5 Execute tuning.
area.

Reference The wider you make the field of view, the longer the reading time will
be.
The narrower you make the field of view, the shorter the reading time
will be.

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3 Execute tuning.
Dividing the Field of View for Reading Multiple Codes
The tuning result is registered in "Bank1."

123,456,ABCD[CR]

4 Click [Bank2].
1 Change [Reading Logic] to "Custom mode."

2 Click [Monitor], and then drag the monitor screen to limit the tuning
5 Drag the monitor screen to limit the tuning area for the remaining area.
codes.

6 Execute tuning. 3 Execute tuning.


The tuning result is registered in Bank1.
7 Select the [Details] check box.

8 Click [Edit] under [Codes to read].

4 Click [Bank2].

9 Change the [Codes to read], and then click [OK].


5 Drag the monitor screen to limit the tuning area.

10Click [Send Configuration]. 6 Execute tuning.


The tuning result is registered in Bank2.

7 Click [Bank3].

8 Drag the monitor screen to limit the tuning area.


Output result

123,ABCD[CR]

Point What are "banks" (parameter banks)?


"9-4 Read Behavior" (page 32)
What is "custom mode?"
"9-4 Read Behavior" (page 32)
A comma is the character that is used to delimit blocks of data when
multiple codes are read, but you can change this to an arbitrary 9 Execute tuning.
character. The tuning result is registered in Bank3.
"6-7 Edit Read Data" (page 19)
[CR] is the character that is used to delimit blocks of data, but you
can change this to an arbitrary character.
10 Select the [Details] check box.
"6-7 Edit Read Data" (page 19)

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11 Click [Edit] under [Codes to read]. 22 Specify the decoding area as shown below, and then click [OK].

23 On the [Table] tab, expand [Misc], and then set [Data output per
bank] to "Enable."

12 Change the [Codes to read], and then click [OK].

24 Click [Send Configuration].

13 Click the [Bank] tab.


14 Click [Decoding area] for Bank1. Output result

123,456,ABCD[CR]

Reference When tuning finishes, codes outside of the specified tuning area may
be read. This is because the SR-1000 Series performs reading over
the entire field of view when tuning finishes. Therefore, when there are
multiple codes that can be read with the same conditions in the field of
view, the reader may read all the codes.

15 The decoding area setting screen will be displayed. Click [Capture].


16 Specify the decoding area as shown below, and then click [OK]. Reading can only be performed multiple times for the same code
types and the same data when all the codes are within the same scan.

17 Click [Decoding area] for Bank2.


18 The decoding area setting screen will be displayed. Click [Capture].
19 Specify the decoding area as shown below, and then click [OK].

20 Click [Decoding area] for Bank3.


21 The decoding area setting screen will be displayed. Click [Capture].

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6-3 Read Moving Codes When Using a Trigger Sensor and Code Position is
Unknown
Tuning method in burst read mode
When Using a Trigger Sensor
Organization
Sensor position adjustment
Adjust the sensor position so that the code is within the field of view when the
SEL

MENU

SR-

trigger signal is received from the sensor.


100
0

SEL

MENU

SR-
100
0

1 Change [Reading Logic] to "Custom mode."

Sensor wiring
2 Click the [Tuning Setup] button.

Refer to "2-1 Connection and Wiring" (page 5).

Tuning method
1 Change [Reading Logic] to "Custom mode."

2 Click the [Tuning Setup] button.

3 Change [Brightness mode] to "High speed," and then set the


[Exposure upper limit (s)].

3 Change [Brightness mode] to "High speed," and then set the


[Exposure upper limit (s)].

4 Change [Reading Mode] on the [Operation] tab to [Burst read].

4 Execute tuning.

5 If you click [View allowable line speed] on the tuning completion


message, an approximation of the allowable line speed will be
displayed. 5 Return to the [Reading] tab, and then execute tuning.
* If you click [View allowable line speed] on the tuning completion message,
an approximation of the allowable line speed will be displayed.

6 Click [Send Configuration].

Point For details on the "Burst read" mode, refer to "9-4 Read Behavior"
(page 32).

Point When scanning a high-speed line, trigger input supplied by a sensor


is necessary.
For high-speed lines that have short tact times, set [Reading Mode]
on the [Operation] tab to "Single."
If the exposure time is too short, you will be able to read objects that
move at higher speeds but the field of view will become dark, so it will
be difficult to view codes.

If the exposure time is too long, the images of the scanned codes will
be blurry. Adjust the exposure time to match the line speed.

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Setting the scan delay 5 Configure the settings on the [I/O] tab as shown below.
With these settings, the reader will scan at all times after it turns on.
When the sensor is positioned to send a trigger signal before the code will be
within the field of view, set the "Scan delay".

6 Return to the [Reading] tab, and then execute tuning.


"Scan delay" 7 If you click [View allowable line speed] on the tuning completion
message, an approximation of the allowable line speed will be
1 On the [Bank] tab, select "Bank1." displayed.
2 Change the [Shutter delay] value. Set the approximation for a line speed with a scan count of 3 or higher.

Point For details on the "Continuous" read mode, refer to "9-4 Read
Behavior" (page 32).
Changing the decode timeout to a short time makes it possible to
guarantee the scan count, which may improve the scanning of high-
speed lines. However, if the decode timeout is too short, the reader
may not be able to read codes. Set a sufficient decode timeout value
according to the results of the read time test.
When scanning a high-speed line, a trigger input supplied by a
sensor is necessary.

3 Click [Send Configuration].


Point
6-4 Change Reading Behavior
The timing when scanning starts is shown below.

Timing input
Input Scan
time delay time
constant

Scanning
Reading Mode
Change the reading behavior for a single trigger input.
Single In this mode, a single code is read while the trigger input is on.
When Not Using a Trigger Sensor In this mode, multiple codes are read consecutively while the
Continuous
trigger input is on.
To set up the SR-1000 Series to a state in which it reads at all times without using a
In this mode, a single code is read by scanning multiple times while
trigger sensor, configure the settings as shown below. Burst read
the trigger input is on.

1 Set [Reading Logic] to "Custom mode."


Data Transmission
2 Click the [Tuning Setup] button.
Change the timing in which the read data and the OUT terminal results are output.
The read data and the OK/ERROR signal will be output immediately
Send after read
after the code is read.
The read data and the OK/ERROR signal will be output when the
Send after timing off
trigger input turns off, not immediately after the code is read.

Timing Mode
Change the reading behavior according to the input time of the trigger signal.
While the trigger input is on, the LED lights and the SR-1000 Series
Level trigger is reading.
3 Change [Brightness mode] to "High speed," and then set the
When a code is read, the LED turns off and the data is transmitted.
On the rising edge of the trigger input, the LED lights only for the
[Exposure upper limit (s)]. One-shot trigger specified time. The SR-1000 Series is reading during this time.
When a code is read, the LED turns off and the data is transmitted.

Duplicate Reading Prevention


This function is only used when the reading mode is set to "Continuous". This
function prevents duplicate reading of the same code.
Duplicate Reading
The same code will not be read for the specified length of time.
Prevention Interval

4 Change [Reading Mode] on the [Operation] tab to [Continuous]. Reference For details on reading behavior, refer to "9-4 Read Behavior" (page
32)

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6-5 Control Multiple Readers 6-6 Check Print Quality

Master/Slave Matching Level


The master outputs its read data to the host device. The matching level is a numeric value that indicates how easily the SR-1000
The slaves output their data to the master. Series read a code. The higher the value, the easier it is to read the code. (The
value ranges from 0 to 100.)

Operation Setting
Not used Use this setting when you will not control multiple readers.
Use this setting when you will install multiple readers on multiple
Multi Drop 98 74
lines and collect all the output data in a single reader.
Use this setting when you will install multiple readers for reading a
Multi Head Matching Level
single target and collect all the output data in a single reader. Set whether or not to use the matching level.
Judgment
Set the matching level threshold. The UNSTABLE signal can be
Group name Verification threshold output from the OUT terminal when the reading results are below
the threshold.
Normally do not change this setting. The matching level will be appended to the read data.
Append matching level
Only use when you want to configure multiple master/slave groups on the same Example) <Read data>:<matching level>
network.
Reference For details on the matching level, refer to "9-8 Matching level" (page 47)

Unit ID
Code Quality Verification
Check this box to assign the reader as the master unit.
Use as Master
Clear this check box to use the reader as a slave unit. The code quality verification function verifies the 2D code scanned with the SR-
Slave ID
You can specify an ID (1 to 31) for use in distinguishing slaves from 1000 Series according to a marking quality evaluation specified by a third-party
each other. institution.

Append Information
Add group name The "Group name" will be appended to the read data.
The "Unit ID" will be appended to the read data. A F
Add Master/Slave ID Master: 0
Slave: 1 to 31
Code quality verification
Point Specify a unique ID for each slave. You can select from the following verification standards:
The ID of the master is 0. ISO/IEC 15415
ISO/IEC TR 29158 (AIM DPM-1-2006)
Reference For details on the master/slave function, refer to "9-6 Master/Slave SAE AS9132
Function" (page 37) SEMI T10-0701
Japanese pharmaceuticals
Set the threshold for the verification result. The UNSTABLE signal
Verification threshold can be output from the OUT terminal when the reading results are
below the threshold.
The verification grade will be appended to the read data.
Append grade
Example) <Read data>:<verification grade>
You can change the verification grade expression.
Select expression of
Alphabet
grades
Numeric
Append detailed You can append the detailed verification result when an "Append
verification result grade" check box is selected.

Important Note that the code quality verification function is designed to evaluate
the printing quality of the standard-compliant 2D codes in the images
scanned with the SR-1000 Series. This function cannot be used as an
official 2D code verification device.

Reference For details on the code quality verification function, refer to "9-7
Code Quality Verification" (page 39)

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6-7 Edit Read Data 6-8 Control the I/O Terminals

Input Terminals (IN Terminals)


Data Addition Function
Input Polarity
You can append the following items to read data.
Norm. open The input is normally off.
Symbology The read code type
(normally open) When a signal is applied, the input turns on.
Symbol ID The AIM symbol identifier
Norm. closed The input is normally on.
The number of scans from the time when the trigger turned on to (normally closed) When a signal is applied, the input turns off.
Read count
the time when reading finished
The length of time from when the trigger turned on to when reading Required Input Duration
Read time
finished
The time from the point when a signal is applied to the IN terminal to the point
The number of the parameter bank that was used when reading
Parameter bank
succeeded
when operation begins.
Code vertex The coordinates of the vertex of the read code
IN1 Function and IN2 Function
Code center The coordinates of the center of the read code
ECC level (UEC) The unused error correction ratio* 1 Set the operation when a signal is applied to the IN terminal.
Time The time when the code was read* 2 Timing Reading will be executed.
Image file name The file name of the captured image Reading will be executed in order to register master data for use in
Preset
*1 The average value will be appended when multiple codes are read for one a preset comparison.

scan. Test The specified test mode will start.


*2 To use this function, an SNTP server is required. Capture An image will be captured with the SR-1000.
If a PLC link error has occurred, the reader will recover from the
Clear PLC link error
error.
Data Editing (Script) Reading will be locked such that it is not executed even if a trigger
Trigger lock
signal is applied.
With the SR-1000 Series, you can edit the read data to output in the desired format
Quick setup A quick setup code will be read.* 1
by programming scripts.
Tuning Tuning will be executedd.* 1
Disable This terminal's function will be disabled.
Reference For details on scripts, refer to "9-9 Preset Data Comparison" (page *1 The trigger signal must be applied continuously until the operation is finished.
47)
Power-on trigger
When the SR-1000 Series turns on, the IN terminal signal will be turned on once.
Format You can use this setting when "Input Polarity" is set to "Norm. closed" to keep the
signal turned on continuously when the SR-1000 Series turns on.
The character that is used to delimit the blocks of data when data is
Partition mark appended Norm. open (normally open) and Norm. closed (normally closed)
Default value: ":" operation
The character that is used to delimit the blocks of data when
Inter-delimiter multiple codes are read
Norm. open (normally open)
Default value: "," Normal

Timing input
Reference When you want to limit the number of digits output from the read ON
data enable [Output length limitation] under [Code] on the [Bank] Reading operation
tab, and then set the following items.
"Mode"
"Output length"
Norm. closed (normally closed)
"Starting position" Normal

Example) Timing input


ON
"Mode" = Forward
Reading operation
"Output length" = 5
"Starting position" = 2
Power-on trigger setting

The second digit from the front


Timing input
ON

Reading operation
4 9 1 2 3 4 5 6
Number of digits output: 5
Point To prevent chattering, increase "Required Input Duration".
Regardless of the "Timing Mode" setting, "Test," "Capture," "Trigger
lock," and "Quick setup" input functions always operate as if this
setting is "Level trigger."

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Output Terminals (OUT Terminals) 6-9 Save Captured Images
OUT1 Function to OUT3 Function
The signals turn on under the following conditions.
OK Reading success
ERROR Reading error Saving Images in Real Time
STABLE Greater than or equal to the threshold*1
UNSTABLE Less than or equal to the threshold*1 Send by FTP
PRESET OK
Successful reading for the registration of master data for use in Images captured by the SR-1000 Series will be sent to the FTP server in real time.
preset comparison
TUNING OK Tuning success Example) Sending images to the FTP server when a reading error occurs
SCRIPT CONTROL When controlling OUT terminals with scripts
NG (Comparison NG) NG Comparison in preset comparison 1 Select "Send by FTP" under [Error Images].

TRG BUSY During trigger input*2


Forced trigger lock/during trigger input or testing by way of main
LOCK BUSY
unit button operations
MODE BUSY Reading quick setup code/test mode/saving to ROM
ERR BUSY Error occurrence (buffer full or reader error)
CONFIG BUSY AutoID Network Navigator control

EXT. LIGHT SR-1000 reading*3 2 Set the IP address of the FTP server to send data to.
*1 This corresponds to the matching level threshold or code quality verification Set the user name and password to match an account on the FTP server.
threshold.
*2 While this signal is on, the next reading operation will not be received.
This signal also turns on in the following situations:
During the start-up period, during preset data registration, while images are
being sent to an FTP server, during tuning, during test mode, while
monitoring, while images are being saved, while quick setup codes are being
read, and during script execution
3 Click [Send Configuration].
*3 Use this to synchronize the reader with an external light. This function can
only be assigned to OUT3. Importing Images Saved on the SR-1000 Series to a PC
Output Duration Save to RAM
Set the duration for which output will be generated from the OUT terminal. Images captured by the SR-1000 Series will be saved to its RAM.
Default value: 500 ms
Example) Saving images to RAM when a reading error occurs
TRG BUSY at Power-On
Use this function to turn on the "TRG BUSY" signal from the time when the power is
1 Select "Save to RAM" under [Error Image].
turned on until the time that stable operation is possible. When stable operation is 2 Click [Send Configuration].
possible, this signal turns off.
File View
Point "OK/ERROR/STABLE/UNSTABLE/TUNING OK/SCRIPT CONTROL/ To acquire the files saved to the SR-1000 Series RAM, use "File View."
PRESET OK/NG (Comparison NG)," "TRG BUSY/LOCK BUSY/MODE For details on how to use File View, refer to "7-5 Acquire Saved Files
BUSY/ERR BUSY/CONFIG BUSY," and "EXT. LIGHT" cannot be
assigned to the same terminal. (File View)" (page 25)
If a subsequent output instance occurs during the output duration,
this output will be given priority.
Period of time set for output ON time
Changing the Image Quality of Saved Images
ON
Format
OUT1
(OK) You can select Bitmap or JPEG.

ON Quality (JPEG)
OUT2 Select the JPEG quality. "10" gives the highest quality. "1" gives the lowest qual-
(NG) Period of time set for output ON time
ity.
If multiple output instances occur during the output duration, the
output will be turned off for 10 ms, and then the subsequent signal Binning
will be turned on. If output instances occur continuously, the output
turns on for at least 10 ms before it turns off and then turns on again.) You can sub-sample the image to reduce the file size.
"No binning" gives the largest image.
ON
OUT1 10 ms 10 ms 10 ms "1/64" gives the smallest image.
(OK)
Period of time set for output ON time

The BUSY signal (TRG BUSY/LOCK BUSY/ MODE BUSY/ERR BUSY/ Changing the Image Save Mode
CONFIG BUSY) operation is shown below.
Event occurrence Event end Image save mode
Event occurrence
The last image captured during reading will be saved.
Save final bank image
TRG BUSY/ Normally use this mode.
LOCK BUSY/
MODE BUSY/
ON Save specified number
The specified number of images will be saved counting from the
ERR BUSY/ of images after timing
CONFIG BUSY time when the trigger turns on.* 1
Period of time set for output ON time ON

Regardless of the value set for Output Duration, BUSY signals remain Save specified number
The specified number of images will be saved counting backwards
on until the corresponding BUSY operation is finished. of images before timing
from the time when the trigger turns off.* 1
If multiple BUSY signals are set for a single output terminal, the OFF
signal will remain on until all the BUSY operations are finished.
*1 Images will be saved as the "capture image."
The saved image is determined when the reader judges whether reading was
successful or a reading error occurred.

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Save final bank image
Image File Name
When reading is successful
The image file name is set in the following format:
Trigger input
Image type
Saved file number _ _ Bank No. .bmp
Code identifier

OK/ERROR Saved file number: 3-digit image file serial number


Image type identifier character : Character that indicates the image type
Scan bank
S: Successfully read images
Bank 1 Bank 2 Bank 3 Bank 1 Bank 2
N: Comparison NG images
Images that will be saved
E: Read error images
When a reading error occurs W: Unstable images
C: Captured image
Timing input Bank No: Bank number used to obtain the image.
Example) File name for successful read with bank No. 1
Code
001_S_01.bmp
OK/ERROR

Point You can use script programming to change the names of saved image
Scan bank Bank 1 Bank 2 Bank 3 Bank 1 Bank 2 files.
"9-10 Scripts" (page 48)
The saved file number is from 000 to 999. The number after 999 is 000.
Images that will be saved
If you restart the reader, the numbers will start from 000 again.
Save specified number of images after timing ON If an image is saved with an existing saved file number, the old image
will be overwritten with the new one.
In single/burst read mode

6-10
Timing input

Code Output Read Data to CSV


OK/ERROR
Files
Scan image Bank 1 Bank 2 Bank 3 .......... Bank 3 Bank 1 Bank 2

The set number of images to save is continuously


Appending Read Data to *.CSV Files through the FTP
saved after the trigger input turns on.
Interface
In continuous read mode
You can use the FTP interface to append read data to files on the server.
Timing input

Code The 1st code The 2nd

OK/ERROR
code
1 On the [Table] tab, expand [Ethernet], and then expand [Ethernet
data (FTP)].

Scan image Reading


error
Reading
error
Reading
success
Reading
success
(Same code)
Reading
success
(Same code)
Reading
error
Reading
error
Reading
success
.......... 2 Change [Send read data to FTP] to [On].

These images are intended images The image was scanned while These images are intended images
3 Set [Remote FTP server IP address], [Remote FTP server user
to save as 1 read operation. the duplicate reading prevention to save as 1 read operation. account name], [Remote FTP server user account password], and
The images are saved depending function was enabled. The images are saved depending
on the settings. This image is not saved. on the settings. [File name].
Save specified number of images before timing OFF
In single/burst read mode

Timing input

Code

OK/ERROR

Scan bank Bank 1 Bank 2 Bank 3 .......... Bank 3 Bank 1 Bank 2

The set number of images to save is saved


retroactively, starting with the image last scanned
after the trigger input was turned off.
In continuous read mode

Timing input

Code The 1st code The 2nd


code

OK/ERROR

Scan image Read Read Reading Reading


success
Reading
success
Read Read Reading ..........
4 Click [Send Configuration].

5
error error success (Same code) (Same code) error error success
Exit AutoID Network Navigator.
These images are intended images The image was scanned while These images are intended images
to save as 1 read operation. the duplicate reading prevention to save as 1 read operation.
The images are saved depending function was enabled. The images are saved depending
on the settings. This image is not saved. on the settings.

Point The name of the file saved differs depending on whether reading was
successful or a reading error occurred.
When the settings are configured to read multiple codes, when one
code is read successfully, its image is judged to be the OK image.

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6-11 Compare the Read Data 6-12 Suppress Data Output
(Preset Data Comparison)
Silent Mode
You can compare the read data to give OK and NG outputs.
The master data for this comparison is called "preset data." By using "silent mode," you can suppress the output of read data in the following
situations.
Output terminal operation Output will still turn on from the OUT terminals in the normal manner. The main
unit's display will also appear in the normal manner. Use this mode when you do
Reading successful and the read data matches the "preset data" OK not need the read data.
Reading successful and the read data does not match the "preset
Comparison NG Reading success (comparison OK)
data"
Comparison NG
Reading error ERROR
Reading error
Stable
Compare Read and Registered Data Unstable
Preset OK
1 On the [Misc] tab, set [Type] to [Normal]. Test mode

2 Under [Preset Data], register the master data against which to Tuning

compare the read data.

1 On the [Misc] tab, select the check boxes under [Silent Mode] that
correspond to the situations in which you want to suppress data
output.

2 Click [Send Configuration].

3 Exit AutoID Network Navigator.

Reference Timing diagram


(When reading is successful) (When reading failed)
Trigger input

Code
3 On the [I/O] tab, assign "Comparison NG" to one of the output
Scanning + decoding
terminal functions from [OUT1 Function] to [OUT3 Function].
Data communication
4 Click [Send Configuration].
OK/NG/ERROR output OK/NG ERROR

5 Exit AutoID Network Navigator. TRG BUSY output

Compare Sequential Data


When you are reading codes in a sequence, you can check that numbers in the
read data are changing sequentially. 6-13 Lock SR-1000 Series
001 002 003 009
Buttons
OK OK OK NG
By locking the operation of the SR-1000 Series' [ENTER] button, you can limit the
operation of the SR-1000 Series.

1 On the [Misc] tab, set [Type] to [Sequential].


1 On the [Misc] tab, select the "Lock" check box under [ENTER but-
2 On the [I/O] tab, assign "NG (Comparison NG)" to one of the output ton].
terminal functions from [OUT1 Function] to [OUT3 Function].
2 Click [Send Configuration].
3 Click [Send Configuration].
3 Exit AutoID Network Navigator.
4 Exit AutoID Network Navigator.
When you specify this setting as above, the following image will be shown on the
Read a Code to Register Comparison Data (Preset SR-1000 Series display, and the ENTER button will be locked.

Data)

1 On the [I/O] tab, change [IN2 Function] to [Preset Input].

2
Point To unlock the button on the SR-1000 Series directly, hold down the
Click [Send Configuration]. [ENTER] button and the [SELECT] button for at least 4 seconds.
3 Exit AutoID Network Navigator.
Hold down the [ENTER] button and the [SELECT] button for at least 4
seconds again to lock the [ENTER] button.

4 Reading starts when a signal is applied to the IN2 terminal, and the
code that is read will be registered as the preset data.

Reference For details on preset data comparisons, refer to "9-9 Preset Data
Comparison" (page 47)
You can also use commands to register the preset data.
"12-2 Reading and Tuning Commands" (page 53)

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6-14 Connect to AutoID Network Using a Temporary IP Address to Establish the
Connection
Navigator over Ethernet
1 Click the following button in AutoID Network Navigator.

Connection Method

1 Connect the Ethernet cable of the SR-1000 Series to a PC.

2 Configure the network settings of the PC. 2 Click "Button operation details."

Configuring Windows 7 network settings


(1) Click the [Start] button, and then click [Control Panel].
(2) Type "adapter" in the search box, and then click [View Network
Connection].

3 Operate the SR-1000 Series according to the instructions shown on


the screen.
(3) Right-click "Local Area Connection," and then click [Properties] on The SR-1000 Series will restart and display "Temporary IP mode."
the menu that appears.
(4) Click "Internet Protocol Version 4 (TCP/IPv4)," and then click
4 Click [Close].
[Properties]. If the following information is displayed, the connection has been established.
(5) Select [Use the following IP address], and then set the IP address Click [OK].
and subnet mask as shown below.
IP address 192.168.100.1
Subnet mask 255.255.255.0

Reference If you set the SR-1000 Series to "Temporary IP mode," broadcast


packets will be sent within the network.
If you make the SR-1000 Series assign a temporary IP, the SR-1000
Series will restart, so the RAM information will be deleted.

(6) Click [OK] to close all the windows.

* If a firewall or security program is running on the PC, disable them


temporarily.

3 Double-click "AutoID Network Navigator" on the desktop.

4 Click [Connect over Ethernet].


If the SR-1000 Series is detected automatically, the connection has been
established.
The default IP address of the SR-1000 Series when it is shipped from the
factory: 192.168.100.100

* If the above procedure doesn't detect the SR-1000 Series


An IP address other than "192.168.100.xxx" may be assigned to the SR-1000
Series that you are attempting to connect to. Follow the procedure shown
below to connect to the reader.

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7-1 Check the Read Data 7-3 Acquire Saved Images
(Image View)
Terminal
Image View

1 Click [Terminal].

2 Turn on the sensor (switch) wired to the SR-1000 Series.* 1 1 Click [Image View].
When reading is successful, the read data is displayed. The following screen is displayed.

*1 You can also start reading by clicking [LON] in the terminal.

7-2 Send Commands

Terminal

1 Click [Terminal].

2 Type a command in the command input field, and then press Enter.

The newest images are displayed at the top of the screen.


The following icon is displayed next to the latest image.

* For details on commands, refer to "12-1 Command Communication" (page


53).

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7-4 View Live Images Point You cannot run MultiMonitor and AutoID Network Navigator at the
same time.
(MultiMonitor) If you want to view SR-1000 Series Live View images during
operation, use "MultiMonitor."
To use MultiMonitor, connect the SR-1000 Series and the PC through
the Ethernet interface. You cannot use MultiMonitor with a USB
connection.
Installing MultiMonitor
Run "AutoID Launcher.exe" inside the "AutoID Network Navigator" folder of the

7-5
SR-H5W, and then install the program by following the instructions on the screen.

Acquire Saved Files


Starting MultiMonitor
(File View)
1 Use the Ethernet interface to connect the SR-1000 Series and a PC,
and then configure the network settings to enable communication.
2 Double-click the "MultiMonitor" shortcut on the desktop. Installing File View
Run "AutoID Launcher.exe" inside the "AutoID Network Navigator" folder of the
SR-H5W, and then install the program by following the instructions on the screen.

When you start "MultiMonitor," the SR-1000 Series units on the network will be
detected automatically. Starting File View

1 Use the Ethernet interface to connect the SR-1000 Series and a PC,
and then configure the network settings to enable communication.

2 Double-click the "File View" shortcut on the desktop.

3 When you start "File View," the SR-1000 Series units on the network
will be detected automatically.

Sending and Receiving Files


Receiving files (PC SR-1000)
Use the mouse to drag the displayed files.

Sending files (PC SR-1000)


Drag configuration files and script files.

Point You cannot run File View and AutoID Network Navigator at the same
time.
To use File View, connect the SR-1000 Series and the PC through the
Ethernet interface. You cannot use File View with a USB connection.
If you send a file with the same name as an existing file, the existing
file will be overwritten.

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7-6 Output Read Results as a 4 Below is an example of how the saved file will display when it is
opened.
Report

Report Output Function


With AutoID Network Navigator, you can output reports based on the installation
guide results, tuning results, and test results.

Creating Report Data

Installation guide results output


Open the installation guide. Then you can enter information about the code,
working distance, etc.
Use the "Installation Guide" screen to output report data.

Tuning results output


After tuning the SR-1000 Series, click this menu command to output the report
data.

Test results output


After completing tests with SR-1000 Series, click this menu command to output
the report data.

Report Output

1 Go to [File], select [Report], and then click [SR-1000].

2 Drag the report data to this dialog box.

3 Click [Output Report].

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8-1 Checking SR-1000 Series 2
3
Turn on the SR-1000 Series.

Press the SR-1000 Series buttons as shown below.


Settings

Receiving Settings

1 Use a USB cable (OP-51580) to connect the SR-1000 Series and a PC.

2 Start AutoID Network Navigator.


If the following information is displayed, the procedure is finished.
Check the settings.

Reference For details on saving settings and issuing quick setup codes,
refer to "5-5 Saving Settings/ Quick Setup Codes" (page 12).

8-2 Restoring Settings


(AutoID Network Navigator)

Send Configuration to a New SR-1000 Series

1 Follow steps in [8-1] to connect to AutoID Network Navigator.

2 Right-click the reader, and then click "Switch Reader Configuration"


on the menu that appears.

3 Select a saved configuration file (*.ptc).

4 A confirmation message asking you whether you want to apply the


settings will be displayed. Click "Yes."
When the completion message is displayed, the configuration is complete.
4 When the SR-1000 Series LED lights, scan all the quick setup codes.

8-3 Restoring Settings


(Quick Setup Code)
5 Select [SAVE] on the following display to finish applying the
settings.
Reading Quick Setup Codes

1 Prepare the printed quick setup codes.

Point For details on how to print quick setup codes, refer to "5-5 Saving
Settings/ Quick Setup Codes" (page 12).
If it is difficult to read the codes, select [LIVE] in step 3, and then
configure the settings while viewing the captured images.

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9-1 Reader Display Details

List of Displays
Operation screen
When the SR-1000 Series turns on, the start screen displays, and then (1) read
data display appears.

(1) Read data (2) Live View (3) OK/ERR counts (4) I/O terminals (5) Communication
display display display status display

MENU screen

1 Tuning 2 Reading rate 3 Trigger 4 Change 5 Display 6 Exit


test reading settings settings

Code position Reading rate Reading screen


adjustment screen display

Reading in
Tuning execution Live View progress

4-1 4-2 4-3 4-4 4-5 4-6


RS-232C communication Temporary IP address Quick setup code LED pointer Rotate display Exit
initialization setting reading settings

5-1 5-2 5-3 5-4 5-5 5-6 5-6


RS-232C settings IP address display Subnet mask MAC address System version Model display Master/slave
display display display display ID display

(1) Read data display This is the normal display screen. It displays the read data of the SR-1000 Series.* 1
(2) Live View This screen displays the captured image of the SR-1000 Series. The part at the center of the field of view is displayed.
This screen displays the OK and ERROR counts output by the SR-1000 Series.
(3) OK/ERR counts display
When the power is turned off, the counts are reset.
(4) I/O terminals display This screen displays the status of the IN terminals and OUT terminals.
(5) Communication status display This screen displays the Ethernet and RS-232C communication status.
*1 Data that exceeds 30 bytes in size cannot be displayed. Only alphanumeric characters
and some symbols can be displayed. Characters that cannot be displayed are shown as
black squares ( ).

[1] Tuning Use this menu to execute tuning.


[2] Reading rate test Use this menu to conduct the reading rate test.
[3] Trigger reading Press the ENTER button on this menu to check reading.
[4] Change settings Use this menu to read quick setup codes, initialize the RS-232C communication, and to configure other settings.
[5] Display settings Use this menu to view settings such as the RS-232C communication settings and the Ethernet IP address.
[6] Exit Exit the menu and return to "(1) Read data display."

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9-2 AutoID Network Navigator Menu Bar Details

Details File
New Create a new configuration file.
Open Open a configuration file.
Save Save (overwrite) the existing configuration file.
Screen
Save As Save the existing configuration file with a new name.
Save All Save all the open configuration files.
(1) Quick Setup Code Print a quick setup code.
(2) (4) Export Reader Configuration Output the list of settings to a .txt file.
Save serial number Save the reader's serial number.
(3) Output a report.
(5) Report
"7-6 Output Read Results as a Report" (page 26)
Output the report data.
The items that you can output are shown below.
Installation
Output Report Data
Tuning
Test
"7-6 Output Read Results as a Report" (page 26)
(6) View
Reader View Show and hide the reader list.
Highlights the settings changed from the factory default
Highlight Configured Fields
configuration.
System
Register Reader Register a reader.
Open configuration files and view the version of the SR-1000
(1) Menu bar Switch the settings of the selected reader to the details of
Series. Switch Reader Configuration
a configuration file.
(2) Icons Start tools and send/receive configuration files.
Delete Reader Delete the selected reader from the list.
Displays a list of the readers detected by AutoID Network
(3) Reader list Assign a temporary IP address to a reader in order to
Navigator. Temporary IP address setting
connect to it.
Initializes the SR-1000 Series selected from (3) Reader list. To
(4) Setting initialization initialize an SR-1000 Series reader, click this button, select the Confirm Firmware Version Display the version of the reader.
items to initialize, and then send the settings. Update Firmware Update the reader firmware.
Configure the settings of the SR-1000 Series selected from (3) Transfer
(5) Settings view
Reader list.
Retrieve Configuration Receive the settings of the reader on the PC.
After you click [Monitor], which displays the live image captured by
the SR-1000 Series, you can perform the following operations. Send Configuration Send a configuration to the reader.
(6) Monitor screen
Use the slider on the right to change the brightness. Tools
Use the lower slider to change the focal distance.
Live View "7-3 Acquire Saved Images (Image View)" (page 24)
Image View "7-4 View Live Images (MultiMonitor)" (page 25)
Point While AutoID Network Navigator is running and is connected to the SR- File View "7-5 Acquire Saved Files (File View)" (page 25)
1000 Series, you cannot communicate between the SR-1000 Series and
Terminal "7-1 Check the Read Data" (page 24)
a PLC or other PC. If you want to communicate with a PLC or other PC,
exit AutoID Network Navigator. From the code size, you can check the reading distance
Installation Guide
and field-of-view size of the reader being used.
Settings

Icon Explanation Select Network Card


Select the network card to use when establishing an
Ethernet connection with AutoID Network Navigator.
Options Set the options for AutoID Network Navigator.
New Create a new configuration file for the selected model.
Help
Open Open a configuration file. Manual This is a link to the manual.
Save (overwrite) Save (overwrite) the existing configuration file. Display version information for AutoID Network
About
Navigator.
Register Register a reader.
Switch the settings of the selected reader to the settings in a
Switch settings
configuration file. [Settings] - [Options]
Delete Delete a registered reader.
Search Readers on Set whether to automatically search for readers when
Disconnect Disconnect a reader from AutoID Network Navigator. Application Startup AutoID Network Navigator starts.
Temporary IP address Use the "temporary IP address setting" function to connect to a Set whether to automatically register the reader after the
setting reader through the Ethernet interface. Automatic Registration
"Search Readers on Application Startup" function.
Print quick setup code Print a quick setup code. Set the communication timeout for AutoID Network
Communication Timeout Navigator. When you cannot establish connections with
the "5sec" setting, change this to "10sec."
Reader List Display Set whether to start the terminal at the same time that
Terminal on Live View Startup
Live View opens.
Lamp status Description When the specified time elapses, communication
Automatic Reader
Green Registered reader between AutoID Network Navigator and the registered
Disconnection
reader will be disconnected.
Blue Registered reader is communicating with AutoID Network Navigator* 1
Set whether to receive reader settings when
Gray Disconnected Receive Settings upon
communication is resumed after automatic reader
Reconnect
Registered reader is incapable of communicating with AutoID Network disconnection.
Red
Navigator Display Matching Level in Set whether to display the matching level on the
*1 With this status, it is not possible to communicate through the Ethernet or RS-232C inter- Smart Mode [Reading Test] tab in smart mode.
faces between the SR-1000 Series and a PLC or other PC.

Point You can disconnect a reader by clicking its lamp icon.

Right-click an SR-1000 Series reader to use a variety of commands


such as registering the reader and switching its settings.

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9-3 List of AutoID Network Format

Navigator Settings
Item name Default value Setting range Details
The characters to be added
Header (0 to 5 characters)
in front of the data
The characters to be added
Terminator 0D (0 to 5 characters)
at the end of the data
The delimiting character to
Partition mark 3A (1 character) use when multiple codes are
[Table] Tab read
The delimiting characters to
Inter-delimiter 2C (0 to 5 characters)
use when adding data
RS-232C Composite delimiter (0 to 5 characters) -
Append data size Disable Disable or Enable -
Item name Default value Setting range Details
Append checksum Disable Disable or Enable -
Select whether to enable or
RS-232C
Enable Enable or Disable disable RS-232C
communication
communication. Operation
Baud Rate 115200bps 9600bps to 115200bps -
Trigger input
Data Bits 8bit 7bit or 8bit -
Parity Even None, Even, or Odd - Item name Default value Setting range Details
Stop Bit 1bit 1bit or 2bit - None, Reading rate test, or
Test mode on startup None -
Communication None, PASS/RTRY, or Read time test
None -
method ACK/NAK Level trigger or
Timing Mode Level trigger -
One-shot trigger
Ethernet One-shot trigger
duration 100 3 to 2550 -
SR-1000 IP settings (x 10 ms)
Use hexadecimal characters
Timing ON
Item name Default value Setting range Details 4C4F4E(LON) (1 to 32 characters) to specify the command that
command
The IP address of the SR- will be used to start reading.
IP address 192.168.100.100 Use hexadecimal characters
1000 Series.
Timing OFF
Subnet Mask 24 8 to 30 - 4C4F4646(LOFF) (1 to 32 characters) to specify the command that
command
will be used to stop reading.
Default Gateway 0.0.0.0 0.0.0.0 to 255.255.255.255 -
Use this setting to execute the
When this setting is enabled, One-character timing ON command without
the connection will be Disable Disable or Enable
timing recognition header and terminator
terminated when there is no characters.
Keep Alive Enable Enable or Disable
communication with the
remote device for a period of Reading behavior
60 consecutive seconds. Single, Continuous, or Burst
Reading Mode Single *1
Command communication read
Communication The communication method Set the timing with which to
TCP Not used, TCP, or UDP Send after read or
method used to receive commands. Data Transmission Send after read send the data after a code is
Send after timing off
read.
Port (Waiting) 9004 1024 to 65535*1 -
Duplicate Reading
Ethernet data (server) Prevention Interval 10 0 to 255 -
Communication The server operation setting (x 100 ms)
Not used Not used or TCP
method for socket communication. 4552524F52 The code to output when a
Port (Waiting) 9004 1024 to 65535*1 - Read Error String (0 to 8 characters)
(ERROR) reading error occurs.
Ethernet data (client) Burst Interval
0 0 to 255 -
Communication The socket operation setting (x 1 ms)
Not used TCP or UDP
method for socket communication. Shorten bank transition Enable Disable or Enable -
Remote IP address 1 0.0.0.0 0.0.0.0 to 255.255.255.255 The remote IP address. Master/slave
Remote port 1 9004 1024 to 65535 - Not used, Multi Drop, or Master/slave operation
Operation Setting Not used
This setting is used when the Multi Head setting.
Remote IP address 2 0.0.0.0 0.0.0.0 to 255.255.255.255 same data is output to an Group name GROUP01 -
additional PC or PLC. Unit ID 0 0 to 31 -
Remote port 2 9004 1024 to 65535 Number of read data
Connection request Disable Disable or Enable 1 1 to 8 -
in Multi Head mode
Send read data to FTP Alternate
Send read data Save the read data as a file Begin with successfully Sequential or Begin with
Disable Disable or Enable Order -
to FTP on the FTP server. read bank successfully read bank
Remote FTP server IP Matching level judgment function
0.0.0.0 The remote IP address.
address Matching level OK/NG
Remote FTP server Disable Disable or Enable -
judgment
user account admin - Matching level
name 70 0 to 99 -
threshold
Remote FTP server Code quality verification
user account admin -
password ISO/IEC15415
Disable Disable or Enable -
verification
Enable this function when the
Passive mode Disable Disable or Enable FTP server operates passive ISO/IEC
communication. 15415 verification Disable Disable, D, C, B, or A -
threshold
Use this setting to append
Append to preceding read data to preceding data ISO/IEC TR 29158
Enable Disable or Enable (AIM DPM-1-2006) Disable Disable or Enable -
data sent through the FTP interface
within .txt files. verification
Change directory Disable Disable or Enable - ISO/IEC TR 29158
(AIM DPM-1-2006) Disable Disable, D, C, B, or A -
Directory name data - verification threshold
Keep SAE AS9132
Disable Disable or Enable - Disable Disable or Enable -
connected verification
File name data.txt - SAE AS9132
Disable Disable or Enable -
*1 Excluding 9013, 9014, 9015, 5920, 9016, 5900, and 44818 verification threshold
SEMI T10-0701
Disable Disable or Enable -
Field network/PLC link verification
Japanese
Item name Default value Setting range Details pharmaceutical code
- -, CUSTOM, or ALL -
quality verification,
PLC communication *1 Select the protocol to use in target code selection
Not used
protocol communicating with the PLC.
Japanese
Remote IP address 0.0.0.0 The remote IP address. pharmaceutical code
Disable Disable, D, C, B, or A -
Remote port 5000 1024 to 65535 - quality verification
DM front address 0 *2
- threshold
Control region address 0 *2
- Select expression of
Alphabet Alphabet or Numeric *2
grades
Response region *2
0 - Append detailed
address Disable Disable or Enable *2
verification result
Use this setting to operate
PLC link Append values Disable Disable or Enable *2
Do not use Do not use or Use timing input with the PLC's
timing input
bits. Edit data
*3
UDP port number 5000 1024 to 65535 - Data edit
Disable Disable or Enable Select whether to use scripts.
Node address 0 0 to 65535 - by script
Output length 64 1 to 100 - Additional data
Timing/Data wait (x 10 Time Disable Disable or Enable -
10 0 to 99 -
ms) Code classification Disable Disable or Enable -
Retry duration 5 1 to 10 - Symbol ID Disable Disable or Enable -
EtherNet/IP Parameter bank Disable Disable or Enable -
Data handshake Disable Disable or Enable - Read count Disable Disable or Enable -
Input assembly data Code vertex Disable Disable or Enable -
500 40 to 1400 Size of the data to send.
size (send) Code center Disable Disable or Enable -
Output assembly ECC level (UEC) Disable Disable or Enable -
500 4 to 1400 Size of the data to receive.
data size (receive)
Matching level Disable Disable or Enable -
Setting for use in swapping
Byte swapping Disable Disable or Enable ISO/IEC 15415 Disable or Enable (total
the DM storage order. Disable -
verification result grade)
PROFINET
ISO/IEC TR 29158
Device name sr-1000 - Disable or Enable (total
(AIM DPM-1-2006) Disable -
Data handshake Disable Disable or Enable - grade)
verification result
*1 MC protocol (RS-232C), SYSWAY (RS-232C), KV STUDIO (RS-232C), MC protocol (Ethernet), OMRON SAE AS9132
Disable Disable or Enable (total) -
(Ethernet), KV STUDIO (Ethernet), EtherNet/IP, or PROFINET verification result
*2 The setting range varies depending on the PLC link type. SEMI T10-0701
Disable Disable or Enable -
*3 Excluding 9013, 9014, 9015, 9016, 5920, 5900 and 44818 verification result

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Item name Default value Setting range Details Misc
Japanese
pharmaceutical code Item name Default value Setting range Details
Disable Disable or Enable -
quality
Output data on button Enable Disable or Enable -
verification result
Image file name Disable Disable or Enable - Filling size 0 0 to 999 -
Filling character 20 -
Read time Disable Disable or Enable -
Silent Mode - *1 -
This is the master/slave group
Group name Disable Disable or Enable
name.*3 Data output per bank Disable Enable -
This is the master/slave unit Reader READER (1 to 8 characters)
Master/Slave ID Disable Disable or Enable
ID.*3 ENTER button Unlock Unlock or Lock -
Comparison Manual lighting, Auto lighting,
Comparison method Normal Normal or Sequential - Pointer lighting Auto lighting or Only light when capturing -
images
Origin 1 1 to 7089 -
Length 494 0 to 494 - Rotated
Do not rotate Rotate by 180 degrees -
display
This is the data to compare
Preset data (0 to 494 characters) Specify command response string
against.
Set this value when the Not specified, Detailed
Basic command Set the responses to
Not specified response, User setting, or
Increment 1 -9999 to 9999 comparison method is response string commands.
Echo back
"Sequential."
Success response
*1 When you are using "smart mode," you can only select "Single." 4F4B(OK) (1 to 8 characters) *2
string
*2 This is displayed when you select an "Append grade" check box on the [Code quality verification] screen of
Failure response string 4552(NG) (1 to 8 characters) *2
the [Operation] tab.
*3 This is displayed when the master/slave function is enabled. SNTP
IP address of the SNTP server
SNTP server address 0.0.0.0 0.0.0.0 to 255.255.255.255
used to synchronize the time.
I/O terminals Time zone +9.00 -12:00 to +13:00 -
Input terminal common Update cycle (min) 1 1 to 99 -
Monitor
Item name Default value Setting range Details Before image filter or
Displayed image After image filter -
Input Polarity Norm. open Norm. open or Norm. closed - After image filter
The length of time that trigger Do not rotate or Rotate by 180
Required Input Rotate image Do not rotate -
1ms 1 ms, 2 ms, or 10ms input must be left on until degrees
Duration
reading starts. Tuning
IN1 function Auto polarizing filter
Enable Disable or Enable -
Function Timing *1 - adjustment
Set this value when "Start test Limit the code search
Reading rate test or Read conditions on the basis of the
Test mode Reading rate test mode" is assigned to the input Code search Limit Limit or Do not limit
time test tuning result in order to
terminal.
Set this value when "Capture" shorten the decode time.
Bank used to
1 1 to 16 is assigned to the input *1 Read OK, Read error, Stable reading (OK/Comparison NG), Preset Result, Test mode, Tuning, or Comparison
capture images
terminal. NG
Startup state Disable Disable or Enable - *2 This item is set when the basic command response string is set to "User setting."
IN2 function
Function Disable *1 -
Set this value when "Start test
Reading rate test or Read
Test mode Reading rate test mode" is assigned to the input
time test
terminal.
Bank used to
1 1 to 16
Set this value when "Capture"
is assigned to the input
Search Settings
capture images
terminal.
Startup state Disable Disable or Enable - You can use the search box shown in the following image to search for items in the
Output Terminal
list of settings.
TRG BUSY at Power-
Enable Disable or Enable -
On
Output Duration
50 1 to 255 -
(x 10 ms)
OUT1 Function OK *2 -
OUT2 Function ERROR *2 -
OUT3 Function *3 *2, 4 -
External Light Output Set this value when "EXT.
Norm. open Norm. open or Norm. closed
Polarity LIGHT" is assigned to OUT3.
*1 Disable, TIMING, Preset Input, TEST, Capture, Clear PLC link error, Trigger lock, Read the quick setup code,
or TUNING
*2 OK, ERROR, STABLE, UNSTABLE, PRESET OK, TUNING OK, SCRIPT CONTROL, and NG (Comparison NG)
*3 TRG BUSY, LOCK BUSY, MODE BUSY, ERR BUSY, and CONFIG BUSY
*4 EXT. LIGHT

Saving images
Saving images
Item name Default value Setting range Details
Method for saving images
OK Image Disable *1
with the "OK" output function.
Method for saving images
NG Image Save to RAM *1
with the "NG" output function.
Method for saving images
Error Image Save to RAM *1 with the "ERROR" output
function.
Method for saving images
Unstable Image Save to RAM *1 with the "UNSTABLE" output
function.
Method for saving images
Captured Image Save to RAM Save to RAM or Send by FTP
when they are captured.
Format JPEG JPEG or Bitmap -
Quality (JPEG) 5 1 to 10 -
Binning 1/4 Full, 1/4, 1/9, 1/16, or 1/64 -
Save final bank image, Save
specified number of images
Image save mode Save final bank image after timing ON, or Save -
specified number of images
after timing OFF
Number of images to
32 1 to 32 -
save
Edit image file name by
script Disable Disable or Enable Select whether to use scripts.
(FTP transmission only)
FTP settings*2
Item name Default value Setting range Details
IP address 0.0.0.0 0.0.0.0 to 255.255.255.255 The remote IP address.
User Account admin -
Password admin -
Passive mode Disable Disable or Enable -
Change directory Disable Disable or Enable -
Keep
Disable Disable or Enable -
connected
*1 Disable, Save to RAM, or Send by FTP
*2 This item is set when you assign "Send by FTP" to one of the image saving methods.

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9-4 Read Behavior Symbology
Select the codes for which the reader will be tuned.
You can shorten the tuning time by limiting the types of codes.
Set the conditions to read during tuning for each type of code.
Code-specific setting Examples of these conditions are "Length" and "Quiet zone scale
Tuning factor."

Tuning Using reader buttons to tune in custom mode


When you set the reading method (reading logic) of the SR-1000 Series to
This function uses SR-1000 Series button operations or AutoID Network Navigator
"Custom mode," follow the procedure shown below to tune the reader.
operations to automatically adjust to the optimal values the parameters for reading
the target codes, and then saves these parameters in the internal memory.
1 Turn on the SR-1000 Series.
Tuning operation methods
2 Align the green pointer with the code.
The following three operation methods are available.
(1) SR-1000 Series button operations "4-1 Tuning" (page 9) 3 Press the [ENTER] button as shown below.
(2) AutoID Network Navigator operations "5-2 Reading Settings" (page 10)
(3) Operations with the corresponding function assigned to an input terminal
"6-8 Control the I/O Terminals" (page 19)
(1)
Point When an input terminal is used to activate tuning, parameter bank Switch to the MENU screen.
number 1 is automatically overwritten with the tuning result.

Setting tuning conditions (2)


Use AutoID Network Navigator to set the tuning conditions. Click the following Switch to the Tuning screen.
button to display the [Tuning Options] screen.

(3)
Switch to the bank selection screen.

(4)
Tuning options
[Tuning] tab Execute tuning.

The LED flashes and tuning starts.

When tuning is finished, the reading rate test mode screen is displayed.

Normally select "High quality." Select "High speed" when you are
Brightness mode reading moving codes.
"6-3 Read Moving Codes" (page 16)
Enter this value when [Brightness mode] is set to "High speed."
Exposure upper limit
Set the upper limit for the exposure time.
This completes the tuning procedure.
Select whether to use an image filter during tuning.
Image filter * When you complete tuning for 1D barcodes, there are limits
placed on the types of image filters. Point In custom mode
Use this setting to read codes with black/white inversion. The focus is not adjusted when tuning is executed. When you
Inverse Read
Normally select "Auto." change the mounting distance, use AutoID Network Navigator to set
Select whether to use internal lighting. the focus.
Internal Lighting For details on how to tune using AutoID Network Navigator, refer to
Normally select "Enable."
"5-2 Reading Settings" (page 10).
External Lighting If you will synchronize tuning with external lighting, select "Enable." If the following screen is displayed when you tune in custom mode, it
means that other settings are already being used with the selected
[Symbology] tab bank. To overwrite the existing settings, press the [ENTER] button. If
you want to save the new settings to a different bank, press the
[NEXT] button to select a bank that displays "Empty," and then press
the [ENTER] button.

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Details of Tuning Results Point The alternate function requires processing time in order to find the
optimal parameter bank. (The processing time depends on the
If you use AutoID Network Navigator to tune the reader, the following results will be decode timeout.)
The alternate function is disabled in the factory default configuration.
displayed. When you use "custom mode" to specify a parameter bank, the
Tuning results alternate function is enabled.
The alternate function is disabled when:
You use smart mode.
The alternate function is disabled for all parameter banks.
You use commands or a field network to read using a specific
parameter bank.

Alternate function operations

Start reading

Image filters and color codes


The plotted points of the tuning results indicate the following filter results. Select parameter bank

Color Filter name Color code (RGB)


: Black Disable 0,0,0 Scanning

: Yellow-green Equalize 68,192,0


: Green Expand 0,130,58 Decoding
: Light blue Shrink 0,183,238
NO YES
: Blue Open 0,67,238
: Purple Close 171,0,242 Was reading
successful within YES
: Pink Median 241,0,198 Within internal bank
retry count? decode timeout
: Orange Unsharp Mask 255,138,0 period?

NO

Smart Mode and Custom Mode


NO
Is trigger input off?
The SR-1000 Series has two reading methods (reading logics): "smart mode" and
"custom mode."
YES

Smart mode Read error Reading success

This mode is enabled in the factory default configuration. The SR-1000 Series
automatically changes its internal parameters on the basis of a single tuning result Alternate order
in order to read codes.
Sequential
This mode can increase the reading stability when the following changes occur:
Codes are read by switching between parameter banks in order starting with
Thick/thin printing
number 1.
Incomplete/stained printing
Varying contrast
Begin with successfully read bank
Custom mode When reading is successful, the same parameter bank will be the first one used
for the next reading operation.
You can use AutoID Network Navigator to switch to this mode. The SR-1000 Series By using this function, you can shorten the read time when the print quality
reads codes while switching internally between multiple parameter banks. changes in units of lots.

Use "custom mode" when: Reading Parameter bank Reading Parameter bank
order No. order No.
You are reading multiple types of codes.
You are reading multiple codes whose printing conditions vary greatly. 1 1 1 3
You are using the code quality verification function.
You will set the reading mode to "Continuous" or "Burst read." 2 2 2 1
You are prioritizing read time.
You are reading codes on high-speed lines. Reading
3 3 Success
3 2

Alternate 4 4
Parameter bank
When you use the SR-1000 Series "custom mode," set the exposure time, image Point If you are using the "Begin with successfully read bank" setting, this
filter usage, and other reading parameters. These parameters are stored in items will be returned to the sequential order when:
called "parameter banks" or "banks." The SR-1000 Series has 16 parameter banks. The power supply turns off.
The following are the main items stored in parameter banks. Test mode starts.
The reset command (RESET) is sent.
Code type The alternate settings are changed.
Lighting conditions
Exposure time
Image filter usage

Alternate function
With the SR-1000 Series "custom mode," codes are read while the SR-1000 Series
automatically switches between multiple registered parameter banks. This
operation is called the "alternate function."
With the alternate function, you can stably read codes even if they have varying
printing conditions.

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Parameter bank display Read Behavior
In AutoID Network Navigator, parameter bank settings are displayed as shown
When you are using custom mode, the SR-1000 Series executes the following
below.
processing during reading.
(1) Trigger input processing : Trigger input is verified and lighting is
controlled.
(2) Scanning + image transfer : The image is scanned within the specified
exposure time and the image is transferred.
(3) Decoding processing : The captured image is filtered and the code
is recognized (decoding processing).
(4) Data communication processing: The decoded results are output as data.

Since (2) and (3) above are operated based on the settings registered with the
parameter bank, operation is repeated using the alternate function until a code is
read or an instruction to finish read operation is given (timing OFF).

Specify the following operations for the above processing:


Timing Mode Choose from level trigger or one-shot trigger.
Timing to send data Choose from Send after read" or "Send after trigger
input OFF.
Read mode Specify Single, Continuous, or Burst read.
Setting name
Timing diagram
Common
This section describes the steps of basic operations of the SR-1000 Series.
Set whether to use the alternate function during reading. When
Operating conditions are as follows:
Alternate Alternate is set to "Disable," the corresponding parameter bank will
not be used in reading.
Timing Mode : Level trigger
Timing to send data : Send after read
For a specific parameter bank, set the number of times to capture
Repeat read attempts Read mode : Single
images or decode until the alternate function is used.
Decode timeout Set the upper limit of the decode time. If decoding cannot complete Parameter bank : Set 2 banks, alternate mode
(x10 ms) within this period, the next scan will begin.
Shutter delay Set the delay between the reception of trigger input and the start of Operation of parameter bank 1

(x1 ms) scanning. This is only enabled for the first bank. Operation of parameter bank 2

Decoding area Limit the decoding area. Trigger input


Operation of parameter bank 1
Set whether to read codes whose black and white parts are
Inverse read
inverted. A B C B C D B C
Scanning +
Reverse read Set whether to read codes that have been flipped right to left. image transfer
Set the base angle for a tilt angle range to limit reading. When E F

DataMatrix is set, the finder pattern rotates until it appears as an "L". Decoding
processing
Base tilt angle When the QR code is set, the corner without a finder pattern will
become the bottom right corner and 0 degrees. The angle rotates Data Read data
in the clockwise direction (counterclockwise for Reverse read). communication
Set the tilt angle range to limit reading. Specify the value as X A: Input time constant + Scan delay time
Tilt angle range
degrees to the base tilt angle.
B: Exposure time for each parameter bank
Code C: Image transfer time*1
Symbology Set the code type to read. D: Scan interval
Length Set the number of digits of the code to read. E: Decode timeout period set for each parameter bank
Code detail setting Configure the detailed settings for each code type. F: Decoding time when reading is successful
Output length limitation Use this setting to limit the number of output digits of the read data. The above is the image when reading is successful. For read error, B, C, D, and
Mode Select the direction in which to limit the number of output digits. E are repeated continuously and read error data is output when the trigger input
Length of output Set the number of valid output digits. is turned off.
Starting index of output Set the starting output digit. In modes other than burst read mode, the next scan processing starts at the
Light same time as the decoding processing.
Use internal lighting Use the built-in LED of the SR-1000 Series. *1 The image transfer time depends on the size of the image capture range.
If you connect an external light to the SR-1000 Series, enable this Image transfer time guidelines
Use external lighting
setting.
800 600 pixels Approx. 12 ms
Polarizing filter Use the built-in polarizing filter of the SR-1000 Series.
1280 1024 pixels Approx. 20 ms
Scan
Exposure (s) Set the exposure time that is used when scanning images.
Gain Set the gain that is used when scanning images.
Timing Mode
Filter
Level trigger
Image filter n Set the image filter type.
Image filter n count Set the image filter count. While the trigger input is on, the LED lights and reading begins.
Algorithm
When a code is read, the LED turns off and the data is transmitted.
If a code cannot be read before the trigger input turns off, a reading error occurs.
Grid correction Enable or disable the grid correction.
Timing diagram*1
(When reading is successful) (When reading failed)

Trigger input

Code

Scanning + decoding

Data communication

OK/ERROR output OK ERROR

TRG BUSY output

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One-shot trigger Data Transmission
On the rising edge of the trigger input, the LED lights only for the specified time.
Reading is attempted during this time. Send after read
When a code is read, the LED turns off and the data is transmitted. The read data and the OK/ERROR signal will be output immediately after the code
If a code cannot be read during the one-shot trigger duration, a reading error is read. Normally use this mode.
occurs.
Timing diagram
Timing diagram*1 The details are the same as those explained under "Timing Mode."
(When reading is successful) (When reading failed)
Send after timing off
Trigger input
The read data and the OK/ERROR signal will be output when the trigger input
Code turns off, not immediately after the code is read.
One-shot trigger duration One-shot trigger duration
Timing diagrams*1
Scanning + decoding
Level trigger
Data communication
(When reading is successful) (When reading failed)

OK/ERROR output OK ERROR Trigger input

TRG BUSY output Code

Differences between the level trigger and the one-shot Scanning + decoding

trigger Data communication

Reading Reading success Reading error OK/ERROR output OK ERROR


When the code can be When the code cannot
While the trigger TRG BUSY output
Level trigger read while the trigger be read before the
input is on
input is on trigger input turns off
One-shot trigger
During the
When the code can be When the code cannot (When reading is successful) (When reading failed)
specified time from
One-shot trigger read during the one-shot be read during the one-
the rising edge of Trigger input
trigger duration shot trigger duration
the trigger input
*1 The timing diagrams indicate examples with the factory default configurations Code
One-shot trigger duration One-shot trigger duration
of the "Reading Mode" and "Data Transmission" settings. For the sake of sim-
plicity, the input time constant and the scan delay time have been omitted. Scanning + decoding

Data communication
Point When the trigger input is on for a length of time greater than or equal
OK/ERROR output
to the input time constant, the SR-1000 Series starts reading. OK ERROR
The "TRG BUSY" output turns on when the rising edge of the trigger
input is recognized and remains on until the code reading is complete TRG BUSY output
or the trigger input is turned off.
Ensure that the trigger input remains on for a length of time sufficient *1 The timing diagrams indicate examples with the factory default configuration
to facilitate reading. of the "Reading Mode" setting. For the sake of simplicity, the input time con-
Set the one-shot trigger duration to a length of time sufficient to stant and the scan delay time have been omitted.
facilitate reading.
The one-shot trigger duration can be set to a value from 30 to 25500
ms.
The one-shot trigger duration is only a setting. The reading time may Reading Mode
not match this value due to factors such as the communication load.
When a code is read at an interval shorter than the OK/NG/ERROR Single
output ON time, the output turns off even if the output ON time of the
previous output signal has not elapsed, and a new output signal turns In this mode, a single code is read while the trigger input is on.
on for the specified output ON time. If the same output terminal
operations occur successively, the previous output signal turns off, Normally use this mode.
and then the new output signal turns on 10 ms later.
In order to recognize the trigger input turning on, it must turn on for a Timing diagram*1
length of time greater than or equal to the input time constant.
(When reading is successful) (When reading failed)
In order to recognize the trigger input turning off, it must turn off for a
length of time greater than or equal to the input time constant. Trigger input
When using a fast-tact, high-speed pulse signal as the trigger input,
set the on/off time of the pulse signal to a value that is greater than or Code
equal to the input time constant.
Let the input time constant be a and the trigger input off time be b.
Scanning + decoding
The trigger input off state is not recognized if a is greater than b.
Ensure that a is less than or equal to b.
Data communication
a

Trigger input OK/NG/ERROR output OK ERROR


b

TRG BUSY output

Continuous
In this mode, multiple codes are read consecutively while the trigger input is on.
Data is transmitted each time that a code is read.
Timing diagram*1
(When reading is successful) (When reading failed)

Trigger input Duplicate reading


prevention interval

Code

Scanning + decoding

Data communication

OK OK OK OK ERROR
OK/ERROR output

TRG BUSY output

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Burst read
In this mode, multiple codes are first scanned and then processed while the
9-5 Reading Test
trigger input is on. Use this mode to increase your ability to read moving codes.
Scan count: 32 max.
Scan interval: Can be set to a value between 0 and 255 ms
Reading Rate Test Mode
* The actual scan interval is the scan interval plus the image transfer time. This test mode scans codes and measures the reading rate according to the
number of times that the codes were read correctly.
Timing diagram*1
The result is output once per 10 decodes.
Output format
Trigger input
The 1st The 2nd The 3rd The nth
scan scan scan scan Read data : Bank number : a% : Matching level
A B C D B C D B C D D B C
Scanning + a = Reading rate as a value from 0 to 100
image transfer
E E Operation
Decoding processing Decoding processing Decoding processing Decoding processing
Decoding of the 1st scan of the 2nd scan of the 3rd scan of the nth scan Using the [Reading rate test] button in AutoID Network Navigator
processing Using a command
Read data Assigning the function to an input terminal
Data
communication

A: Input time constant + Scan delay time Read Time Test Mode
B: Exposure time
C: Time to transfer image This test mode measures the amount of time that it takes to read a code.
D: Burst interval The amount of time required from the start of reading until the completion of
E: Pre-decoding image buffer reading is measured, and then the result is output.
If decoding fails, the result is 0 ms.
If multiple parameter banks have been registered, scanning is completed using The result is output when decoding is completed successfully 10 times or when
decoding fails.
the alternate function.
When decoding is completed, scanning processing is stopped even when the Output format
number of scans has not reached 32.
Read data : Bank number : now=ams : max=bms : min=cms
If decoding fails, the processing moves to the next decoding after expiration of
the decode timeout period of each parameter bank. a: Latest read time
b: Maximum read time
c: Minimum read time
*1 The timing diagrams indicate examples with the factory default configurations
of the "Timing Mode" and "Data Transmission" settings. For the sake of sim- Operation
plicity, the input time constant and the scan delay time have been omitted. Using the [Processing time test] button in AutoID Network Navigator
Using a command
Assigning the function to an input terminal
Point If codes that have the same symbology and content are being read in
series with the "Continuous" setting, adjust the time that codes take to
pass the reader so that this time is longer than the "Duplicate Reading
Depth Measurement Test Mode
Prevention Interval" setting.
This test mode performs a pseudo-measurement of a depth approximation by
changing the focus from the current installation position.
Reference Regarding the trigger input time in burst read mode Operation
In burst read mode, both scan processing and decoding processing Using the [Depth test] button in AutoID Network Navigator
are executed, but decode processing takes more time. Therefore,
even when the scan processing is finished, there will be a time period
where decoding processing is not yet finished. If the trigger input turns Reference When a test mode starts, the data addition function is disabled.
off with the decoding processing unfinished, a reading error will occur In [Smart mode], the SR-1000 Series reads by internally switching
even if images of readable codes have been scanned. between different sets of reading conditions. Therefore, if you use
"read time test mode" with codes that are difficult to read, the reader
Ensure that the trigger input remains on for a length of time sufficient to
will repeatedly switch between sets of conditions while measuring,
complete of decoding. so the monitor screen may flash (switch between being lit and being
dark).
Example) The trigger input turns off prior to the completion of Test modes using arbitrary trigger input times (online test mode)
decoding processing. The normal "reading rate test mode" and "read time test mode"
If, as shown below, the trigger input turns off with the output results once per 10 decoding operations. However, you can
decoding processing necessary for scanning unfinished, a output results with arbitrary input times by using the following
reading error will occur even if readable images were commands.
present. #TEST1: Reading rate test mode (online test mode)
#TEST2: Read time test mode (online test mode)
Timing OFF

Trigger input Image that can be read Command details:


The 1st The 2nd The 3rd The 7th The nth "12-2 Reading and Tuning Commands" (page 53)
scan scan scan scan scan
Normal test mode
A B C D B C D B C D D B C D B C
Scanning + Activate the test. Stop the test.
image transfer
E E
Decoding processing Decoding processing Decoding processing Decoding processing
Decoding of the 1st scan of the 2nd scan of the 3rd scan of the 7th scan Test operations
processing
Testing
Read error Testing
Data
communication Online test mode
When you execute online test mode, the reading rate and read time
are measured from the point that the trigger input turns on to the
point that it turns off.

Activate the test. Stop the test.

Test commands Timing ON Timing OFF

Timing operation

Testing
Testing

Data format of the reading rate test mode (online)

Read data : Bank number : a% : b / c : Matching level

a = 0-100 : Reading rate


b = 1-65535 : Decode count
c = 1-65535 : Scan count

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9-6 Master/Slave Function Reference The slave unit settings will not be reflected in the following items.
They depend on the master unit settings.
"Header," "terminator," "data length," and "checksum"
The Master/Slave function has two types of modes: Multi drop link mode and Multi Protocol used between the master and slave units: UDP
head mode. This section describes the overview of each mode. The units communicate by way of Directed Broadcast.

Multi drop link mode Multi-drop Link Mode


With this mode, one Master unit collects the read data of multiple units (up to 32 Control methods
units) of SR-1000 Series operating with different purposes and sends the data to
the host. The following three methods are available for use to start reading.
Because the host only has to communicate with the SR designated as Master, the (1) Trigger signal
Turn on the trigger signals for the master and slave units.
host does not need to consider communication with multiple units. Thus, the
(2) Reading start command
system load is reduced with the simple program. Also for PLC, only one Specify the ID number on and send a command to the master.
communication unit is necessary to control multiple units. This enables the simple (3) Trigger area when using PLC link
device configuration. Specify the ID number on and turn on the trigger area on the master.

Data format
Host

HUB PC Normal
Header Read data Terminator
Slave unit Slave unit Master unit
When using the additional data settings

Header Read data : Group name : ID Terminator


SEL SEL SEL

MENU MENU MENU

SR-1 SR-1 SR-1


000 000 000

PLC

Commands
Function Command name Parameters Response
Start reading %Tm-LON m=00-31: ID -
Master unit sends data of Slave units to the host.
Start reading m=00-31: ID
%Tm-LON,b -
(bank specification) b:01 to 16
Multi head mode Stop reading %Tm-LOFF m=00-31: ID -
%Tm-OK,KEYENCE,SR-1000,v
Use this mode when you do not know the position of a code on a target or when the Version confirmation %Tm-KEYENCE m=00-31: ID m = 00-31: ID
v: Version
target is larger than the field of view and the entire target cannot fit within the field
%Tm-OK,CANCEL
of view using one unit. Cancel reading %Tm-CANCEL m=00-31: ID
m = 00-31: ID
Because multiple units (up to 8 units) of SR-1000 Series can be handled as one
device, the host does not need to consider communication with multiple units, and Configuration procedure
the program becomes simple.
Master settings
Host

PC
(1) Network settings
HUB

1 Open the [Ethernet] tab.


SEL

SR-1
000
MENU

2 Enter the [IP address] and [Subnet Mask] settings to assign to


Slave unit the master unit.
MENU

(2) Destination settings


SEL

SR-
1000

PLC

Ethernet

SR-1
000 1 Open the [Ethernet] tab, and then start the [Setup Wizard].
SE

2
L
MEN
U

Master unit STEP 1 Select the trigger input method.


Master unit controls Slave units.
3 STEP 2 Select the output destination.
4 STEP 3 Select the communication protocol.
5 STEP 4 Configure connection destination settings such as the
Usable Reading Modes and Protocols [IP Address] and the [Port].

Reading modes
6 Exit the [Setup Wizard].

RS-232C
Reading mode Multi drop link Multi head
Single
Continuous
3
-
3
-
1 Open the [RS-232C] tab.
Burst 3 - 2 Match communication settings such as the "Baud Rate" with
those of the host device.
Protocols
(3) Master/slave function settings
Protocol Multi drop link Multi head
Non-procedure
TCP
3
3
3
3
1 On the [Operation] tab, open the [Master/Slave] screen.
MC protocol 3 3 2 Configure the settings as shown below.
SYSWAY 3 3
KV STUDIO 3 3
EtherNet/IP - 3
PROFINET - 3

Point Specify a unique ID for each slave.


The ID for the master is 0.
When using the "master/slave function," both "Ethernet" and "RS-
232C" can be selected for data output from the master. However,
Ethernet connections must be made between the master and slaves.
You can make multiple master/slave groups on the same network by
assigning different names to the groups.
3 Click [Send Configuration].

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Slave settings
RS-232C
(1) Network settings
1 Open the [RS-232C] tab.
1 Open the [Ethernet] tab. 2 Match communication settings such as the "Baud Rate" with
2 Enter the "IP address" and "Subnet Mask" settings. those of the host device.
(3) Master/slave function settings
(2) Master/slave settings
1 On the [Operation] tab, open the [Master/Slave] screen.
1 On the [Operation] tab, open the [Master/Slave] screen.
2 Configure the settings as shown below.
2 Configure the settings as shown below. Specify a unique ID for
each slave.

3 Click [Send Configuration].

3 Click [Send Configuration]. Slave settings

(1) Network settings


Point Only read data is sent from slave units to the master unit.
Other data such as test mode and preset registration results is not 1 Open the [Ethernet] tab.
output.
2 Enter the "IP address" and "Subnet Mask" settings.
(2) Master/slave settings
Multi-head Mode
1 On the [Operation] tab, open the [Master/Slave] screen.
Control methods 2 Configure the settings as shown below. Specify a unique ID for
(1) Trigger signal each slave.
Turn on the trigger signal for the master unit.
(2) Reading start command
Send a command to the master.
(3) Trigger area when using PLC link
Turn on the trigger area on the master unit.
Data format
Normal

Header Read data Terminator

When using the additional data settings


3 Click [Send Configuration].

Header Read data : Group name : ID Terminator Timing diagrams


Example 1)
Commands Number of read data elements: 2 Data transmission timing:
Send after read
Function Command name Parameter Response
Start reading LON - - Reading success Reading error

Start reading
LON,b b: 01 to 16 -
(bank specification) Timing input
Stop reading LOFF - - Reading OK
OK,KEYENCE,SR-1000,v Master (ID0)
Version confirmation KEYENCE - operation
v: Version
Reading OK
Cancel reading CANCEL - OK,CANCEL
Slave (ID1)
operation
Configuration procedure
Data ERROR
Master settings communication
Communication between Master unit and Slave unit
(1) Network settings
For each read unit ID, the read data is sent to the host device through the master
1 Open the [Ethernet] tab. unit.
2 Enter the [IP address] and [Subnet Mask] settings to assign to Example 2)
the master unit. Number of read data elements: 2 Data transmission timing:
Send after timing off
(2) Destination settings Reading success Reading error
Ethernet
Timing input
1 Open the [Ethernet] tab, and then start the [Setup Wizard]. Reading OK

2 STEP 1 Select the trigger input method.


Master (ID0)
operation
Reading OK
3 STEP 2 Select the output destination. Slave (ID1)
operation
4 STEP 3 Select the communication protocol. Data

5
ERROR
communication
STEP 4 Configure connection destination settings such as the [ID0][ID1]
[IP Address] and the [Port].
If there are multiple read data elements and transmission is made after timing
6 Exit the [Setup Wizard]. turns off, the data is output starting from the smallest unit ID regardless of the
order in which the data was read.

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Point Set the data transmission timing on the master unit.
Settings
Set slave units to "Send after read."
Set "Codes to read" to a value that is less than or equal to the total Set the threshold for the verification result. The UNSTABLE signal
number of readers to connect. If "Codes to read" is set to a value that Verification threshold can be output from the OUT terminal when the reading results are
is larger than this, you will not be able to finish reading. below the threshold.
When you use multi head mode, you can only select the "Error Image" The verification grade will be appended to the read data.
and "Captured Image" options for saving images. Append grade
Example) <Read data>:<verification grade>
OUT terminal when using multi head mode
If only one of multiple units successfully performs reading, that one You can change the verification grade expression.
Select expression of
unit will output OK and all other units will output ERROR. Alphabet
grades
Numeric
Append detailed You can append the detailed verification result when an "Append
verification result grade" check box is selected.

9-7 Code Quality Verification Point The decode time is longer when the code quality verification function
is enabled.
Complete tuning after enabling the code quality verification function
or set the decode timeout to the value that is required for reading.
Use the read time test mode to confirm there are no problems with the
What is Code Quality Verification? read time for operation.
If reading ends with part of the code outside of the SR-1000 field of
view, the verification result grade and the detailed verification result
The Code quality verification function evaluates the level (High/Low) of total grade will both be displayed as hyphens (-).
based on the verification result output and the set threshold by verifying the 2D If you want to add the evaluation values used in the judgment of
code scanned with the SR-1000 Series according to the marking quality verification results, select the following check boxes.
evaluation specified by a third-party institution. On the [Operation] tab, click [Code quality verification], and then
The SR-1000 Series provides the following 2D code verifications according to the select the [Append grade] check boxes.
Code quality verification standards. When you are using the Japanese pharmaceutical code quality
verification function, you have to select the target code type after you
Standards Description Code type select the verification item check boxes.
This is the 2D code marking quality evaluation
standard established by International QR Supported Japanese pharmaceutical codes
ISO/IEC15415 Organization for Standardization. DataMatrix GS1-128
This is mainly used to evaluate 2D codes GS1 DataBar Limited
PDF417
printed on labels. GS1 DataBar Stacked
CC-A (GS1 DataBar Limited)
This is the DPM (Direct Part Marking) 2D code CC-A (GS1 DataBar Stacked)
marking quality evaluation standard
established by Automatic Identification
ISO/IEC TR 29158 QR
Manufacturers.
(AIM DPM-1-2006) DataMatrix
This is based on ISO/IEC15415.
This was also standardized by International Criterion
Organization for Standardization in 2011.
This is the DataMatrix code marking quality Evaluation by the Code quality verification function is made for the total evaluation
evaluation standard established by SAE grade.
SAE AS9132 DataMatrix
(Society of Automotive Engineers) and used by
the aerospace industry. Evaluation standards are as follows.
This is the DataMatrix code marking quality
evaluation standard established by SEMI ISO/IEC15415, ISO/IEC TR 29158 (AIM DPM-1-2006),
SEMI T10-0701 (Semiconductor Equipment and Materials DataMatrix Japanese pharmaceutical, ISO/IEC16022
International) and printed on semiconductor-
related materials. High: Verification result >= Threshold value
Function for evaluating the print quality of Low: Verification result < Threshold value
GS1-128
codes on pharmaceuticals, recommended by
GS1 DataBar Limited
Japanese the Safety Division of Pharmaceutical and Food SAE AS9132
GS1 DataBar Stacked
Pharmaceutical Safety Bureau and the Economic Affairs
CC-A (GS1 DataBar
Code quality Division of Health Policy Bureau under the High: Verification result = Pass
verification Limited)
Ministry of Health, Labour and Welfare. Low: Verification result = Fail
CC-A (GS1 DataBar
It makes reference to ISO/IEC15415 and ISO/
Stacked)
IEC15416.
Important SEMI T10-0701 does not offer total evaluation grade and cannot
This is a DataMatrix code marking quality
make evaluations.
ISO/IEC16022 evaluation function. DataMatrix
This means that functions that can be used after evaluation
It makes reference to ISO/IEC16022:2000.
cannot be used with SEMI T10-0701.

Important Note that this Code quality verification function is designed to evaluate
marking quality of the standards-compliant 2D codes of the images
scanned with the SR-1000 Series, but cannot be used as an official 2D Functions that Use Judgment Results
code verification device.

Functions that can use code quality verification


Reference When you select ISO/IEC15415, you can verify code quality of evaluation results
standalone PDF 417 and MicroPDF417 codes.
STABLE terminal output, UNSTABLE terminal output
STABLE terminal output: This is output when the total evaluation grade is the
Code Quality Verification Function Settings threshold value or more.
UNSTABLE terminal output: This is output when the total evaluation grade is less
Configuration procedure than the threshold value.
( "6-8 Control the I/O Terminals (Page 19)")
1 Change [Reading Logic] to "Custom mode."
Saving images of unstable reading
2 On the [Operation] tab, click [Code quality verification].
When the total evaluation grade is less than the threshold value, scanned images
3 Select all the check boxes of the items that you want to verify. are saved according to the setting (If the FTP transmission is set, images are sent
to the connection destination.).
( "6-9 Save Captured Images (Page 20)")

Silent mode
When the total evaluation grade is more or less than the threshold value, data
communication can be restrained using the silent mode.
Refer to "6-12 Suppress Data Output" (page 22)

4 Click [Send Configuration].

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Key Points for Installation Lighting patterns
Standard lighting pattern
If you want to use the code verification function of the SR-1000 Series with
precision, note the following points.

Installation method
Use the LDL-S5015/LDL-S7227 (made by NISSIN ELECTRONIC CO., LTD.) and
mount lighting at an angle of 45. (If necessary, you can also mount lighting at an
angle of 30 to perform verification.)
Special lighting patterns
In this situation, disable the SR-1000 Series internal lighting.
When you have to set the lighting in a fixed direction, such as when reading a
DPM code on a hairline background, install the lighting at an angle of 30, and
then use one of the following lighting patterns.

(1) (2)
LDL-S5015/
LDL-S7227

Installation distance: (3) (4) (5) (6)


Y (mm)

Lighting angle: X()

LDL-S5015 LDL-S7227
Other precautions
Ensure that there are five or more pixels per cell.
If there are less than five pixels per cell, reduce the distance between the SR-
1000 Series and the codes, and then adjust the focus and tune the reader again.
6.5 mm 6.5 mm 11.5 mm 11.5 mm
9.5 mm 14.5 mm

Position codes so that they are in the center of the field of view.

LDL-S5015/LDL-S7227 installation distance: Y mm


Lighting angle: X() LDL-S5015 LDL-S7227
45 66 mm 90 mm
30 44.7 mm 61.2 mm
Ensure that there are spaces equal to one half the code size or more both above
Recommended lighting and below the codes.
Manufacturer: NISSIN ELECTRONIC CO., LTD.
0.5
Model Description
LDL-S5015 108 mm squared, 26 mm deep
LED illumination
LDL-S7227 162 mm squared, 34 mm deep
LED illumination power supply LPRD-30W 24 VDC power supply input, 2 channels 0.5

L-2BK 2 branches, 1 channel - 2 light


Branch cable Install the reader so that the codes are upright (not rotated) relative to the
L-4BK 4 branches, 2 channels- 4 light
screen.

Mount the reader on a surface such that the product is level with, not angled to,
the codes.

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Data Formats of Code Quality Verification Results Output Order of Code Quality Verification Results
ISO/IEC15415 ISO/IEC 15415
Setting Abbreviated
Evaluation item names
Append names
Append detailed Append Data format example (1) Overall ALL
grades verification values (2) Decode DEC
result (3) Symbol Contrast SC
Alphabet Read data: C (4) Modulation MOD
Alphabet 3 Read data: C (-) (5) Reflectance Margin RM
Alphabet 3 Read data: C/A/C/B/A/B/-/-/A/A/A/B/A (6) Fixed Pattern Damage FPD
Read data: C(-)/A(-)/A(0.733)/C(-)/C(-)/B(-)/-(-)/-(-)/ (7) Format Information Damage FID *1
Alphabet 3 3 (8) Version Information Damage VID *2
A(0.002)/A(0.002)/A(1.000)/B(-0.646)/A(-0.289)
Numeric Read data: 2.0 (9) Axial Nonuniformity AN
Numeric 3 Read data: 2.0(-) (10) Grid Nonuniformity GN
Numeric 3 Read data: 2.0/4.0/2.0/3.0/4.0/3.0/-/-/4.0/4.0/4.0/4.0/3.0/4.0 (11) Unused Error Correction UEC
Read data: 2.0(-)/4.0(-)/4.0(0.733)/2.0(-)/2.0(-)/3.0(-)/-(-)/ (12) Print Growth Horizontal PGH
Numeric 3 3 (13) Print Growth Vertical PGV
-(-)/4.0(0.002)/4.0(0.002)/4.0(1.000)/3.0(-0.646)/4.0(-0.289)

ISO/IEC TR 29158 (AIM DPM-1-2006) ISO/IEC TR 29158 (AIM DPM-1-2006)


Setting Abbreviated
Evaluation item names names
Append
Append detailed Append Data format example (1) Overall ALL
grades verification values (2) Decode DEC
result (3) Cell Contrast CC
Alphabet Read data: C (4) Cell Modulation CM
Alphabet 3 Read data: C (-) (5) Reflectance Margin RM
Alphabet 3 Read data: C/A/C/B/A/B/-/-/A/A/A/B/A (6) Fixed Pattern Damage FPD
Read data: C(-)/A(-)/A(0.733)/C(-)/C(-)/B(-)/-(-)/-(-)/ (7) Format Information Damage FID *1
Alphabet 3 3 (8) Version Information Damage VID *2
A(0.002)/A(0.002)/A(1.000)/B(-0.646)/A(-0.289)
Numeric Read data: 2.0 (9) Axial Nonuniformity AN
(10) Grid Nonuniformity GN
Numeric 3 Read data: 2.0(-)
(11) Unused Error Correction UEC
Numeric 3 Read data: 2.0/4.0/2.0/3.0/4.0/3.0/-/-/4.0/4.0/4.0/4.0/3.0/4.0
(12) Print Growth Horizontal PGH
Read data: 2.0(-)/4.0(-)/4.0(0.733)/2.0(-)/2.0(-)/3.0(-)/-(-)/ (13) Print Growth Vertical PGV
Numeric 3 3
-(-)/4.0(0.002)/4.0(0.002)/4.0(1.000)/3.0(-0.646)/4.0(-0.289)
SAE AS9132
SAE AS9132
* Settings for Select expression of grades are not reflected. Abbreviated
Evaluation item names names
Setting (1) Overall ALL
Append (2) Quiet Zone QZ
Append detailed Append Data format example (3) Symbol Contrast SC
grades verification values (4) Angular Distortion AD
result
(5) Module Fill MF
Read data: P
3 Read data: P(-) SEMI T10-0701
3 Read data: F/P/P/F/P
Abbreviated
3 3 Read data: F(-)/P(0.632)/P(-)/F(0.852)/P(0.005) Evaluation item names names
SEMI T10-0701 (1) Symbol Contrast SC
(2) Signal to Noise Ratio SNR
* Settings for Select expression of grades, Append detailed verification result (3) Horizontal Mark Growth HMG
and Append values are not reflected. (4) Vertical Mark Growth VMG
Setting (5) DataMatrix Cell Width DMCW
Append (6) DataMatrix Cell Height DMCH
Append detailed Append Data format example (7) Horizontal Mark Move HMM
grades verification values (8) Vertical Mark Move VMM
result (9) Cell Defects CD
Read data: 0.561/0.096/0.490/0.529/3.115/3.136/0.068/ (10) Finder Pattern Defects FPD
0.087/0.136/0.087/1.000 UEC1 to
(11) Unused Error Correction *3
UEC10
Japanese Pharmaceutical Code quality verification
(Composite Symbol) Japanese Pharmaceutical Code quality verification
Setting Evaluation item names Abbreviated
names
Append (1) Overall Composite Symbol ALL 1D & 2D
Append detailed Append Data format example
grades verification values (1) Overall ALL
result (2) Decode DEC
Alphabet Read data:C:A:C (3) EdgeDetermination EDGE
Alphabet 3 Read data:C(-):A(-):C(-) (4) Symbol Contrast SC
Read data:C:A/A/A/A/A/A/A/A/A/A:C/C/C/A/A/A/A/C/C/A/A/ (5) Minimum Reflectance MINR
1D
Alphabet 3 3
A/A (6) Minimum Edge Contrast MINE
Read data:B(-):A(-)/A(1.000)/A(1.000)/A(0.938)/A(0.059)/ (7) Modulation MOD
A(0.871)/A(0.930)/A(1.000)/A(0.797)/A(0.031):B(-)/ (8) Quiet Zone QZ
Alphabet 3 3 (9) Decodability DCD
B(0.711)/B(0.711)/A(0.945)/A(0.055)/A(0.895)/A(0.945)/
B(0.711)/A(0.633)/A(0.012)/A(0.914)/B(0.750)/A(0.750) (10) Defects DEF
Number Read data:2.8:4.0:2.8 (1) Overall ALL
Read data:2.8(-):4.0(-):2.8(-) (2) Decode DEC
Number 3
(3) EdgeDetermination EDGE
Read data:2.1:4.0/4.0/4.0/4.0/4.0/4.0/4.0/4.0/4.0/4.0:2.1/
Number 3 (4) Symbol Contrast SC
3.0/3.0/4.0/4.0/4.0/4.0/3.0/4.0/4.0/4.0/4.0/4.0
(5) Minimum Reflectance MINR
Read data:3.4(-):4.0(-)/4.0(1.000)/4.0(1.000)/4.0(0.934)/
(6) Minimum Edge Contrast MINE
4.0(0.063)/4.0(0.867)/4.0(0.930)/4.0(1.000)/4.0(0.805)/
3 3 4.0(0.031):3.4(-)/4.0(1.000)/4.0(1.000)/4.0(0.941)/ (7) Modulation MOD 2D
Number
4.0(0.055)/4.0(0.793)/4.0(0.840)/4.0(1.000)/4.0(0.832)/ (8) Quiet Zone QZ
4.0(0.066)/4.0(0.914)/4.0(0.750)/4.0(0.750) (9) Decodability DCD
(10) Defects DEF
ISO/IEC 16022 (11) Codeword Yield CY
(12) Codeword Print Quality CPQ
Setting (13) Unused Error Correction UEC
Append
Append detailed Append Data format example ISO/IEC 16022
grades verification values
result Abbreviated
Evaluation item names
Alphabet Read data: C names
Alphabet 3 Read data: C (-) (1) Overall ALL
Alphabet 3 Read data: C/A/C/B/A/A/A (2) Decode DEC
(3) Symbol Contrast SC
Read data: C(-)/A(-)/C(0.632)/B(0.069)/A(1.000)/A(0.118)/
Alphabet 3 3 (4) Axial Nonuniformity AN
A(0.118)
(5) Unused Error Correction UEC
Numeric Read data: 2.0
(6) Print Growth Horizontal PGH
Numeric 3 Read data: 2.0(-)
(7) Print Growth Vertical PGV
Numeric 3 Read data: 2.0/4.0/2.0/3.0/4.0/4.0/4.0
Numeric 3 3
Read data: 2.0(-)/4.0(-)/2.0(0.632)/3.0(0.069)/4.0(1.000)/ *1 Enabled only for QR and micro QR code "-" is displayed for DataMatrix,
4.0(0.118)/4.0(0.118) PDF417, MicroPDF417.
*2 QR code Model 2 Version 7 and later versions are only enabled. "-" is dis-
played for others.
*3 The number of items displayed for UEC, evaluation item for SEMI T10-0701
varies according to the code size.

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Verification Items Axial nonuniformity AN (Axial Nonuniformity)
Evaluates the distortion degree in vertical and
Description
ISO/IEC 15415 horizontal size of the code.
AN = abs (Xavg = Yavg)/((Xavg = Yavg)/2)
Xavg : Average cell size in horizontal
Decode success/failure DEC (Decode) Calculation
direction
formula
Evaluates whether decoding is possible or Yavg : Vertical cell size in horizontal
Description
not. direction
Calculation - A : less than 0.06
-
formula B : 0.06 to 0.08
Criterion - Criterion C : 0.08 to 0.10
D : 0.10 to 0.12
Symbol contrast SC (Symbol Contrast) F : more than 0.12

Evaluates the difference between the


Grid nonuniformity GN (Grid Nonuniformity)
maximum brightness value (Rmax) and
Description Evaluates the maximum position slip of each
minimum brightness value (Rmin) in the code Description
area. cell
SC = (Rmax-Rmin)/255 GN = Hmax/X
Calculation Calculation
Rmax : Maximum brightness value Hmax : Maximum position slip amount
formula formula
Rmin : Minimum brightness value X : Cell size
A : more than 0.70 A : less than 0.38
B : 0.55 to 0.70 B : 0.38 to 0.50
Criterion C : 0.40 to 0.55 Criterion C : 0.50 to 0.63
D : 0.20 to 0.40 D : 0.63 to 0.75
F : less than 0.20 F : more than 0.75

Modulation MOD (Modulation) UEC


Unused error correction
(Unused Error Correction)
Evaluates the variation degree in cell
Description Evaluates the ratio of error correction unused
brightness Description
at the time of decoding.
Each cell's MOD = 2 (abs (R-GT)/SC)
R : Brightness value UEC = 1.0 - ((e + 2t)/(d - p))
Calculation
formula GT : Binarization threshold value e : Number of code words that cannot be
SC : Symbol contrast read
Calculation
t : Number of error code words
Criterion formula
d : Number of error corrected code
-
words
Reflectance margin RM (Reflectance Margin) p : Number of error detected code words
Evaluates the variation degree in cell A : more than 0.62
Description brightness with black and white of the correct B : 0.50 to 0.62
cell considered. Criterion C : 0.37 to 0.50
[White cell] D : 0.25 to 0.37
R >= GT MARGIN = 2 (R-GT)/SC F : less than 0.25
R < GT MARGIN = 0
[Black cell] PGH
Print growth (horizontal)
Calculation R < GT MARGIN = 2 (GT-R)/SC (Print Growth Horizontal)
formula R >= MARGIN = 0 Evaluates the mark cell growth in the
MARGIN : Margin of each cell horizontal direction.
R : Brightness value Description
This item is not included in the total
GT : Binarization threshold value evaluation.
SC : Symbol contrast
(D - 0.5)/0.15
Criterion Calculation D : On the horizontal clock pattern
formula Ratio of the number of pixels of mark
Fixed pattern damage FPD (Fixed Pattern Damage) cell
Evaluates the degree of the fixed pattern A : -0.50 to 0.50
Description damage (area on the right) dependent on the B : -0.70 to -0.50 or 0.50 to 0.70
code type. Criterion C : -0.85 to -0.70 or 0.70 to 0.85
D : -1.00 to -0.85 or 0.85 to 1.00
Calculation F : less than -1.00 or more than 1.00
-
formula
Print growth (vertical) PGV (Print Growth Vertical)
Evaluates the mark cell growth in the vertical
Criterion -
direction.
Description
This item is not included in the total
evaluation.
FID
Format information damage (D - 0.5)/0.15
(Format Information Damage)
Calculation D : On the vertical clock pattern
Evaluates the format information damage formula Ratio of the number of pixels of mark
Description
degree of QR code. cell
A : -0.50 to 0.50
Calculation B : -0.70 to -0.50 or 0.50 to 0.70
-
formula
Criterion C : -0.85 to -0.70 or 0.70 to 0.85
D : -1.00 to -0.85 or 0.85 to 1.00
F : less than -1.00 or more than 1.00
Criterion -

VID
Version information damage (Version Information
Damage)
Evaluates the version information damage
Description degree of QR code (Model 2, version 2 and
later versions).

Calculation
-
formula

Criterion -

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ISO/IEC TR 29158 (AIM DPM-1-2006) Axial nonuniformity AN (Axial Nonuniformity)
Evaluates the distortion degree in vertical and
Description
Decode success/failure DEC (Decode) horizontal size of the code.

Evaluates whether decoding is possible or AN = abs (Xavg - Yavg)/((Xavg + Yavg)/2)


Description Xavg : Average cell size in horizontal
not. Calculation
direction
Calculation - formula
- Yavg : Vertical cell size in horizontal
formula
direction
Criterion -
A : less than 0.06
B : 0.06 to 0.08
Cell contrast CC (Cell Contrast)
Criterion C : 0.08 to 0.10
Evaluates the difference between the average D : 0.10 to 0.12
Description brightness value of bright cell (ML) and F : more than 0.12
average brightness value of dark cell (MD).
CC = (ML - MD)/ML Grid nonuniformity GN (Grid Nonuniformity)
ML : Average brightness value of bright Evaluates the maximum position slip of each
Calculation Description
cell cell
formula
MD : Average brightness value of dark
GN = Hmax/X
cell Calculation
Hmax : Maximum position slip amount
A : more than 0.30 formula
X : Cell size
B : 0.25 to 0.30
A : less than 0.38
Criterion C : 0.20 to 0.25
B : 0.38 to 0.50
D : 0.15 to 0.20
Criterion C : 0.50 to 0.63
F : less than 0.15
D : 0.63 to 0.75
F : more than 0.75
Cell modulation CM (Cell Modulation)
Evaluates the variation degree in cell UEC
Description Unused error correction
brightness (Unused Error Correction)
[White cell] Evaluates the ratio of error correction unused
CM = (R - GT)/(ML - GT) (When R GT) Description
at the time of decoding.
[Black cell]
UEC = 1.0 - ((e + 2t)/(d - p))
Calculation CM = (GT- R)/(GT- MD) (When R < GT) -
e : Number of code words that cannot be
formula R : Brightness value
read
GT : Binarization threshold value Calculation
t : Number of error code words
ML : Average brightness value of bright cell formula
d : Number of error corrected code
MD : Average brightness value of dark cell
words
Criterion - p : Number of error detected code words
A : more than 0.62
Reflectance margin RM (Reflectance Margin) B : 0.50 to 0.62
Evaluates the variation degree in cell Criterion C : 0.37 to 0.50
Description brightness with black and white of the correct D : 0.25 to 0.37
cell considered. F : less than 0.25
[White cell]
R >= MARGIN = (R-GT)/(ML-GT) PGH
Print growth (horizontal)
R < GT MARGIN = 0 (Print Growth Horizontal)
[Black cell] Evaluates the mark cell growth in the
-
Calculation R < GTMARGIN = (GT-R)/(GT-MD) horizontal direction.
formula Description
R >= MARGIN = 0 This item is not included in the total
MARGIN : Margin of each cell evaluation.
R : Brightness value (D - 0.5)/0.15
GT : Binarization threshold value D : On the horizontal clock pattern
Calculation
CC : Cell contrast formula Ratio of the number of pixels of mark
Criterion - cell
A : -0.50 to 0.50
Fixed pattern damage FPD (Fixed Pattern Damage) B : -0.70 to -0.50 or 0.50 to 0.70
Evaluates the degree of the fixed pattern Criterion C : -0.85 to -0.70 or 0.70 to 0.85
Description damage (area on the right) dependent on the D : -1.00 to -0.85 or 0.85 to 1.00
code type. F : less than -1.00 or more than 1.00

Calculation Print growth (vertical) PGV (Print Growth Vertical)


-
formula
Evaluates the mark cell growth in the vertical
direction.
Description
This item is not included in the total
Criterion - evaluation.
(D - 0.5)/0.15
Calculation D : On the vertical clock pattern
FID formula Ratio of the number of pixels of mark
Format information damage
(Format Information Damage) cell
Evaluates the format information damage A : -0.50 to 0.50
Description
degree of QR code. B : -0.70 to -0.50 or 0.50 to 0.70
Criterion C : -0.85 to -0.70 or 0.70 to 0.85
Calculation D : -1.00 to -0.85 or 0.85 to 1.00
-
formula F : less than -1.00 or more than 1.00

Criterion -

VID
Version information damage
(Version Information Damage)
Evaluates the version information damage
Description degree of QR code (Model 2, version 7 and
later versions).

Calculation
-
formula

Criterion -

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SAE AS9132 Vertical mark growth VMG (Vertical Mark Growth)
Evaluates the expansion and contraction
Description degree of mark cell height of the timing
Quiet zone QZ (Quiet Zone)
pattern on the right.
Evaluates if multiple cells of quiet zone exist Med (MCH)/(Med (MCH) + Med (SCH))
Description
around the code. Calculation MCH : Mark cell height
formula SCH : Space cell height
Calculation
- Med () : Median value
formula
0.5 is the best.
Criterion - Criterion SmallThin
LargeThick

Symbol contrast SC (Symbol Contrast) DMCW


Average cell width
(DataMatrix Cell Width)
Evaluates the difference between the
maximum brightness value of dark cell Description Evaluates the average cell width.
Description
(Dmax) and minimum brightness value of (UL + BL)/(2 N)
bright cell (Lmin) in the code area. Calculation UL : Number of upper side pixels
(Lmin - Dmax)/255 formula BL : Number of bottom side pixels
Lmin : Minimum brightness value of N : Number of horizontal cells
Calculation
bright cell
formula Criterion -
Dmax : Maximum brightness value of
dark cell
Pass : more than 0.20
Criterion DMCH
Fail : less than 0.20 Average cell height
(DataMatrix Cell Height)
Description Evaluates the average cell height.
Angular distortion AD (Angular Distortion)
(RL + LL)/(2 M)
Evaluates the distortion degree from 90
Calculation RL : Number of right side pixels
Description degrees of the angle formed by the straight
formula LL : Number of left side pixels
line at L part.
M : Number of vertical cells
Calculation
-
formula Criterion -
Pass : -7 to 7
Criterion
Fail : less than -7 or more than 7
HMM
Horizontal misplacement
(Horizontal Mark Misplacement)
Module fill MF (Module Fill)
Evaluates the misplacement of the mark cell
Evaluates the distortion from the correct size Description center position of the timing pattern on the
Description upper part.
of the cell size.
MHi/(N DMCW)
Calculation MHi : Amount of the horizontal
Length of the side of cell/Module size
formula Calculation misplacement of each cell on
formula upper TP
Pass : 0.60 to 1.05
Criterion N : Number of horizontal cells
Fail : less than 0.60 or more than 1.05
DMCW : Average cell width
0 is the best.
Criterion
(1 means the 1-cell misplacement.)
SEMI T10-0701
VMM
Vertical misplacement
(Vertical Mark Misplacement)
Symbol contrast SC (Symbol Contrast)
Evaluates the misplacement of the mark cell
Evaluates the difference between the average
Description center position of the timing pattern on the
Description brightness value of background (GL) and
right.
average brightness value of foreground (GD).
MVi/(M DMCH)
(GL - GD)/255
MVi : Amount of the vertical
GL : Average brightness value of
Calculation Calculation misplacement of each cell on
background
formula formula the right TP
GD : Average brightness value of
M : Number of vertical cells
foreground
DMCH : Average cell width
Criterion 1 is the best.
0 is the best.
Criterion
(1 means the 1-cell misplacement.)
Signal to noise ratio SNR (Signal to Noise Ratio)
Evaluates the symbol contrast size against Cell defects CD (Cell Defects)
Description
brightness variation.
Evaluates the number of pixels for which white
Description
(GL - GD)/Max (DL, DD) and black judgment was wrong.
GL : Average brightness value of
Calculation -
background Number of wrong pixels/All pixels
formula
GD : Average brightness value of
Calculation foreground Criterion 0 is the best.
formula DL : Dispersion of background
brightness value Finder pattern defects FPD (Finder Pattern Defects)
DD : Dispersion of foreground
brightness value Evaluates the number of pixels for which white
Description
Max() : Maximum value and black judgment was wrong at the L part.
Criterion The greater, the better. Calculation Number of wrong pixels at the L part/All pixels
formula at the L part
HMG
Horizontal mark growth
(Horizontal Mark Growth) Criterion 0 is the best.
Evaluates the expansion and contraction
Description degree of mark cell width of the timing pattern
on the upper part. UEC
Unused error correction
(Unused Error Correction)
Med (MCW)/(Med (MCW) + Med (SCW))
Calculation MCW : Mark cell width Evaluates the ratio of error correction unused
Description
formula SCW : Space cell width at the time of decoding.
Med () : Median value UEC = 1.0 - ((e + 2t)/(d - p))
0.5 is the best. e : Number of code words that cannot be
Criterion SmallThin read
Calculation
LargeThick t : Number of error code words
formula
d : Number of error corrected code
words
p : Number of error detected code words
1.00 : Error correction is not used at all.
Criterion 0.00 : Decoding failed
or error correction has been used up.

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Japanese pharmaceutical code verification (GS1 DataBar Japanese pharmaceutical code verification (GS1 DataBar
Limited, GS1 DataBar Stacked, GS1-128) composite) and ISO/IEC 15415 (PDF 417, MicroPDF417)

Decode success/failure DEC(Decode) Decode success/failure DEC(Decode)


Evaluates whether decoding is possible or Evaluates whether decoding is possible or
Description Description
not. not.
Calculation Calculation
- - - -
formula formula
A : Success A : Success
Criterion Criterion
F : Failure F : Failure

Number of edges EDGE (EdgeDetermination) Number of edges EDGE (EdgeDetermination)


Determines whether the read number of Determines whether the read number of
Description edges is equal to the assumed number of Description edges is equal to the assumed number of
edges. edges.
Calculation - Calculation -
- -
formula formula
A : Match A : Match
Criterion Criterion
F : Mismatch F : Mismatch

Symbol contrast SC (Symbol Contrast) Symbol contrast SC (Symbol Contrast)


Evaluates the difference between the Evaluates the difference between the
maximum brightness value (Rmax) and maximum brightness value (Rmax) and
Description Description
minimum brightness value (Rmin) in the code minimum brightness value (Rmin) in the code
area. area.
Calculation Calculation
SC = Rmax Rmin SC = Rmax Rmin
formula - formula -
A : SC 70 % A : SC 70 %
B : SC 55 % B : SC 55 %
Criterion C : SC 40 % Criterion C : SC 40 %
D : SC 20 % D : SC 20 %
F : SC < 20 % F : SC < 20 %

MINR MINR
Minimum Reflectance Minimum reflectance
(Minimum Reflectance) (Minimum Reflectance)
Minimum reflectance among scanned Minimum reflectance among scanned
Description Description
waveforms waveforms
Calculation Calculation
- - - -
formula formula
A : Rmin 0.5 Rmax A : Rmin 0.5 Rmax
Criterion Criterion
F : Rmin > 0.5 Rmax F : Rmin > 0.5 Rmax

MINE MINE
Minimum edge contrast Minimum edge contrast
(Minimum Edge Contrast) (Minimum Edge Contrast)
Minimum value of reflectance gap between Minimum value of reflectance gap between
Description space (including the quiet zone) and an Description space (including the quiet zone) and an
adjacent bar adjacent bar
EC = Rs - Rb EC = Rs Rb
Calculation ECmin = Min(EC) - Calculation ECmin = Min(EC) -
formula Rs : Reflectance of space formula Rs : Reflectance of space
Rb : Reflectance of space Rb : Reflectance of space
A : ECmin 15% A : ECmin 15%
Criterion Criterion
F : ECmin < 15% F : ECmin < 15%

Modulation MOD (Modulation) Modulation MOD (Modulation)


Ratio between the minimum edge contrast Ratio between the minimum edge contrast
Description Description
and the symbol contrast and the symbol contrast
Calculation Calculation
MOD = ECmin / SC MOD = ECmin / SC
formula formula
A : MOD 0.70 - A : MOD 0.70 -
B : MOD 0.60 B : MOD 0.60
Criterion C : MOD 0.50 Criterion C : MOD 0.50
D : MOD 0.40 D : MOD 0.40
F : MOD < 0.40 F : MOD < 0.40

Minimum quiet zone QZ (Quiet Zone) Minimum quiet zone QZ (Quiet Zone)
Evaluates whether the quiet zone width Evaluates whether the quiet zone width
Description Description
conforms to the standards. satisfies the standards.
Calculation Calculation
- - - -
formula formula
A : Satisfied A : Satisfied
Criterion Criterion
F : Not satisfied F : Not satisfied

* The evaluation of GS1 DataBar Limited (including CC-A/CC-B) is dependent on Decodability DCD (Decodability)
the main unit setting. Decode margin dependent on the code type
Evaluates the level of error between the ideal
Decodability DCD (Decodability) Description
line width pattern and the actual line width
Decode margin is dependent on the code pattern. -
type Evaluates the level of error between the Calculation
Description -
ideal line width pattern and the actual line formula
width pattern. - Criterion -
Calculation
-
formula Defects DEF(Defects)
Criterion - Description Evaluates color unevenness in an element.
Defects DEF (Defects) Defects = ERNmax / SC
Calculation ERN = (Gap between the maximum and
Description Evaluates color unevenness in an element. formula minimum values of reflectance in an element),
Defects = ERNmax / SC ERNmax = Max (ERN)
-
Calculation ERN = (Gap between the maximum and A : Defects 0.15
formula minimum values of reflectance in an element), B : Defects 0.20
ERNmax = Max (ERN) Criterion C : Defects 0.25
-
A : Defects 0.15 D : Defects 0.30
B : Defects 0.20 F : Defects > 0.30
Criterion C : Defects 0.25
D : Defects 0.30
F : Defects > 0.30

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Effective codeword ratio CY(Codeword Yield)
ISO/IEC16022 Verification
Description Ratio of successfully read codewords Decode DEC (Decode)
Calculation Evaluates whether decoding is possible or
- Description
formula not.
A : CY 71% - Calculation
B : CY 64% - -
formula
Criterion C : CY 57%
D : CY 50% A : Approved
Criterion
F : CY < 50% F : Failed

CPQ
Codeword print quality Symbol Contrast SC (Symbol Contrast)
(Codeword Print Quality)
Evaluates the difference between the code
Description Evaluates the print quality of codewords.
Description region brightness top 10% average (RL) and
Calculation bottom 10% average (RD).
- -
formula
Calculation
Criterion - SC = RL RD / 255
formula
-
UEC A : SC 70 %
Unused error correction
(Unused Error Correction) B : SC 55 %
Evaluates the ratio of error correction unused Criterion C : SC 40 %
Description D : SC 20 %
at the time of decoding.
F : SC 20 %
UEC = 1.0 ((e + 2t) / ( d p))
e : Number of codewords that cannot be
Calculation read Axial Nonuniformity AN (Axial Nonuniformity)
formula t : Number of error codewords Evaluate degree of distortion in the vertical
d : Number of error corrected codewords - Description
and horizontal size of the code.
p : Number of error detected codewords
AN = abs (Xavg Yavg) / (Xavg + Xavg) / 2)
A : UEC 0.62 Calculation
B : UEC 0.50 Xavg: Average cell size in horizontal direction
formula
Criterion C : UEC 0.37 Yavg: Average cell size in vertical direction
D : UEC 0.25 A : less than 0.06
F : UEC < 0.25 B : 0.06 to 0.08
Criterion C : 0.08 to 0.10
D : 0.10 to 0.12
GS1 DataBar Limited and CC-A/B (GS1 DataBar Limited) F : more than 0.12
GS1 DataBar Limited (including GS1 DataBar Limited as a part of CC-A/B) is
characterized by being closely similar to some portion of other barcodes in terms UEC
Unused Error Correction
(Unused Error Correction)
of the bar structure.
Accordingly, the standard regarding GS1 DataBar Limited was amended in 2011. Evaluates percentage of error correction not
Description
used during decoding.
The amended standard requires that a trailing space five times the width of the UEC = 1.0 ((e + 2t) / (d - p))
narrow bar is maintained to the right of GS1 DataBar Limited. e : Number of code words not read
Calculation
t : Number of error code words
formula
d : Number of corrected code words
-
p : Number of code words where error detected
A : more than 0.62
B : 0.50 to 0.62
Criterion C : 0.37 to 0.50
D : 0.25 to 0.37
F : less than 0.25
A space 5 times the narrow
bar width as shown here
PGH
must be secured. Print Growth (Horizontal)
(Print Growth Horizontal)
Evaluates the growth in horizontal direction
Description
marked cell.
(D 0.5) / 0.15
Calculation
D : Proportion of number of pixels in marked
formula
cells on horizontal clock pattern
For materials with a dark surface, if the spaces are is printed with a laser marker, A : 0.50 to 0.50
the marker may not comply with the new standard. In this case, the SR-1000 B : 0.70 to 0.50 or 0.50 to 0.70
Series cannot be tuned with the factory default setting. Criterion C : 0.85 to 0.70 or 0.70 to 0.85
D : 1.00 to 0.85 or 0.85 to 1.00
If tuning is not possible with these printed codes, set the Limited right space F : less than 1.00 or more than 1.00
scaling factor to 0 and retry tuning.
PGV
Print Growth Vertical
(Print Growth Vertical)
Evaluates the growth in vertical direction
Description
marked cell.
(D 0.5) / 0.15
Calculation
D : Proportion of number of pixels in marked
formula
cell on vertical clock pattern
A : 0.50 to 0.50
B : 0.70 to 0.50 or 0.50 to 0.70
Criterion C : 0.85 to 0.70 or 0.70 to 0.85
D : 1.00 to 0.85 or 0.85 to 1.00
F : less than 1.00 or more than 1.00

Precautions
Notes when using the code quality verification function
The code quality verification results may change according to the reading method
and parameter bank.
If the reading method is set to "smart mode," the verification results may vary.
Use "custom mode."
If the colors of the code and background change, set the parameter bank used
as standard, and then verify code quality.

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9-8 Matching level 9-9 Preset Data Comparison
Matching level is a reference value for determining how easy it is for the SR-1000
to read the code for successful image reading when the SR-1000 reads the code
successfully. Preset Data Function
It can be used to check the reading allowance or it can also be used as
correlation index of a parameter bank when tuning. This function allows the SR-1000 Series to compare the read code data against
the registered code data (preset data), and output an OK/NG signal to indicate
whether or not they match. This allows the SR-1000 Series to detect different
Reading rate 100% Reading rate 100% codes simply without a trigger sensor or other devices.
One set of preset data can be stored in the SR-1000 Series (maximum 494 digits).
Matching level 75 Matching level 43 The starting digit (starting position) and range (number of digits) for the
comparison can be set in the preset data, so even codes with more than 494
digits can be verified.

Point The comparison starts at the specified starting position on the preset
data and continues for the specified number of digits. Data cannot be
verified at multiple points.
You cannot use the preset data comparison function when reading
multiple codes.

You can see that the code on the left has a higher
margin than the code on the right. Registering Preset Data
Use one of the following three methods to register to the SR-1000 Series preset
data for comparison.
Matching level OK/NG judgment function
(1) Use AutoID Network Navigator to register the data.
Matching level OK/NG judgment function notifies about changes in code marking "6-11 Compare the Read Data (Preset Data Comparison)" (page 22)
conditions and changes in read conditions by determining whether the matching
level is high or low against the set threshold. Before a serious problem occurs due (2) Use commands to register the data.
to reduced stability of reading, this function can be used as information to take an Example) Registering "123" as the data
appropriate action. Send the following command.
WP,402,313233[CR]
Criteria for judging matching level
"12-3 SR-1000 Series Configuration Commands" (page 55)
Criteria for judging the matching level is as follows:
High: Matching level >= Threshold (3) Read a code to register the data.
Low: Matching level < Threshold You can read a code to register its read results as the preset data.
Results output when reading a code to register as the preset data
Functions that use matching level OK/NG judgments PR nn : Result data nn = Preset registration result (00 to 05)

The following 4 types of functions can be used by enabling the matching level OK/
NG judgment function. nn Description Result data

00 Preset registration success Read data


STABLE terminal output, UNSTABLE terminal output
01 Preset read failure Read error data
STABLE terminal output........... Output when the matching level exceeds the threshold.
UNSTABLE terminal output ......Output when the matching level falls below the threshold. 02 The preset effective digit is specified as 0.
( "6-8 Control the I/O Terminals (Page 19)") The number of digits of read data is less
03
than the number of digits for preset start.
Saving unstably read images The preset registration is not possible [null]
When the matching level is lower than the threshold, save it in accordance with the 04 because the operation mode is set to multi
scan image settings (when set to FTP transmission, send to the destination). 2 or multiple read.
( "6-9 Save Captured Images (Page 20)") 05 Two or more "!" exist in preset data.

Silent Mode
When the matching level is higher or lower than the threshold, data Output Terminal Operation
communication can be restrained using silent mode.
( "6-12 Suppress Data Output (Page 22)") When you make a comparison against preset data, the results output from the
output terminal are shown below.
Function to append matching level
Matching level can be appended to read data.
Output terminal operation
( "10-2 Data Communication Format (Page 50)") Reading successful and the read data matches the preset
OK
data
Reading successful and the read data does not match the
NG (Comparison NG)
Setting the matching level judgment function preset data
Reading error ERROR
"6-6 Check Print Quality" (page 18) To assign the above functions to an output terminal, refer to "6-8 Control the I/
O Terminals" (page 19).
Point The decode time is longer when the matching level judgment function
is enabled. Complete tuning after enabling the function or set the
decode timeout to the value that is required for reading.
Use the read time test mode to confirm there are no problems with the
read time for operation.
When you use the matching level judgment function, use "custom
mode" for the reading method (the reading logic).

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Preset Data Wild Cards 9-10 Scripts
You can use "!" and "?" as wild cards in the preset data.
With the SR-1000 Series, you can use a simple programming language known as
Meanings of "!" and "?" in the preset data "scripts" to operate with a higher degree of freedom than is available with the
setup software (AutoID Network Navigator).
!
This indicates an arbitrary character string. This function is aimed at those who have programming experience.
You can only use this wild card once within the preset data. For details, refer to the separate document "SR-1000/D100/750/700 Series Script
This indicates an arbitrary character. Reference."
?
You can use this wild card multiple times within the preset data.

Examples) What Can Scripts Do?


Preset data Read data Output result (1) Edit data.
1234 OK Cutting arbitrary locations from the read data
123! 12345 OK Adding arbitrary character strings to the read data
1111 NG (Comparison NG) Comparing data and outputting result data
1234 OK Four arithmetic operations (add, subtract, multiply, and divide)
123? 12345 NG (Comparison NG) Adding code rotation angles
1111 NG (Comparison NG) (2) Control the output from the output terminals.
1234 OK Comparing data and generating output from the output terminals
1234 12345 NG (Comparison NG) (3) Edit image file names.
1111 NG (Comparison NG) Changing the name of the image file to send over FTP
Adding time stamps to image file names
Reference If no preset data is registered, "!" is automatically registered for the
preset data. Configuration Procedure

Sequence Comparison [1] Creating the script file [2] Changing the script [3] Transferring the script file
execution setting
This function checks sequencing of numeric values.
You can make comparisons in situations where the numeric values within the code
SEL SEL
MENU MENU

SR-1000 SR-1000

change one by one, such as checking serial numbers.

Operation
If the comparison is successful, the numeric value of the comparison data is
incremented (or decremented).
[1] Creating the script file
If the comparison is not successful, the numeric value of the comparison data is
Create the script file (FmtSet.Lua) and write the program using a text edi-
not incremented (or decremented) until the correct sequence value is checked.
tor such as notepad.exe.
The first numeric value registered as a preset after the power is turned on is
treated as the basis for incrementing (or decrementing) in the comparison. [2] Changing the script execution settings
Using AutoID Network Navigator, enable the script execution setting of
Settings the SR-1000 Series.
Configure the following settings. Setting locations
(1) Edit data.
Comparison method "Sequential." On the [Operation] tab, click [Edit Data], and then select the "Use script"
Origin Specify the digit at which to start the comparison. check box.
Length Specify how many digits to compare starting at the "Origin." (2) Control the output from the output terminals.
Increment Set the increment (or decrement) of a single operation. On the [Operation] tab, click [Edit Data], and then select the "Use script"
check box.
Example) Operation with the following settings *On the [I/O] tab, select the "SCRIPT CONTROL" check box under [OUT1
Origin: 3 Function], [OUT2 Function], or [OUT3 Function].
Length: 2 (3) Edit image file names.
Increment: 2 On the [Saving Images] tab, select the "Use script" check box under [Edit
First reading Reading + Comparison Reading + Comparison Reading + Comparison Image File Name].
* You have to configure the FTP transmission settings.
Data A0 96 B A0 98 B A0 96 B A0 00 B [3] Transferring the script file
Preset value
+2
Comparison Comparison
Numerical value
Comparison
Numerical value
Transfer the script file (FmtSet.Lua) to the SR-1000 Series.
+2 +2 Transfer methods
Preset value 98 98 00 00
Use [Send Configuration] in AutoID Network Navigator to transfer the script
"Comparison "Comparison "Comparison
OK" NG" OK" file.
Use the [Terminal] in AutoID Network Navigator to transfer the script file.
Point The following restrictions are placed on the sequence comparison Transfer the script file from "File View."
function: Transfer the script file through the FTP interface.
The comparison results in NG when a value other than a numerical
value is read.
The preset data cannot be registered through communication.

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Script file application timing
Even while the SR-1000 Series is running, you can transfer script files at any time
10-1 SR-1000 Series
through the FTP interface. Communication Types
In this situation, the script program will be applied after the trigger turns on after
the file is transferred. The SR-1000 Series is equipped with the following three communication paths.
(1) I/O communication
(2) RS-232C
Timing input
(3) Ethernet

(1) I/O Communication


A B
Script file transfer You can perform the operations listed below by assigning functions to the I/O
terminals.
Start reading or tuning by applying signals from an external sensor
Input terminals
or switch.
Data A A B
Image file name
Turn signals on to activate an external buzzer or LED when reading
Output terminals
is successful or fails.

Point
Wiring the I/O terminals
When transferring a script file using "File View" or the FTP interface,
you have to set the file name to "FmtSet.Lua." "2-1 Connection and Wiring"
If config.ptc or FmtSet.Lua is transferred to the SR-1000 through the
FTP interface while the SR-1000 is operating, its reading operation
will be canceled. Assigning functions to the I/O terminals
"6-8 Control the I/O Terminals (Page 19)"

Handling Script Files


(2) RS-232C
This section describes how to handle script files when restoring the SR-1000 to its
factory default configuration or when using the changeover function. With the RS-232C interface of the SR-1000 Series, you can use the following types
of communication.
Operation contents FmtSet.lua
AutoID Network Navigator Receives with the configuration file at the Serial communication
"Retrieve Configuration" same time.
You can communicate with devices that have RS-232C interfaces. You can
AutoID Network Navigator Sends with the configuration file at the
transfer the read data of the SR-1000 Series in a procedureless manner and use
"Send Configuration" same time.
commands to start reading.
AutoID Network Navigator "Default Settings" Remains.
"11-1 Serial Communication" (page 52)
Send or delete by FileView Transmission and deletion possible from PC.
"12-1 Command Communication" (page 53)
Reading quick setup codes Remains.
FORMAT Remains. Protocol None, PASS/RTRY, or ACK/NAK

SAVE Remains. PLC link


Send LOAD Remains.
command DFLT Remains.
You can communicate with PLCs that support the "PLC link function." Because the
SR-1000 Series directly controls the memory in the PLC, communication programs
BSAVE Creates backup files.
are not necessary. This leads to a reduction in man-hours spent creating
BLOAD Loads backup files.
programs.
"13-1 PLC Link Overview" (page 64)
Check Information Using Commands
Protocol KV Studio, MC protocol, or SYSWAY

Function
Command
name
Parameter Response (3) Ethernet
OK,SCPTIME,now=Aus, With the Ethernet interface of the SR-1000 Series, you can use the following types
maxBus,min=Cus
A: The most recent script of communication.
Obtaining the script processing time
SCPTIME -
processing time*1 B: The maximum processing Socket communication (TCP/UDP)
time
C: The minimum processing You can use socket communication to transfer the read data of the SR-1000
time Series.
Script n = 1: Debugging on You can use commands to control the operations and change the settings of the
SCPDBG,n OK,SCPDBG
debug setting*2 0: Debugging off
SR-1000 Series.
Obtaining the script OK,SCPERR,m
error results
SCPERR -
m: Script error details "11-2 Socket Communication (TCP, UDP)" (page 52)
OK,SCPVER,m,n
"12-1 Command Communication" (page 53)
Obtaining the script
SCPVER - m: Script library version
Protocol TCP, UDP
file version
n: Version written in FmtSet.Lua
*1 Returns the processing time of scripts that have been executed since the PLC link
power turned on
You can communicate with PLCs that support the "PLC link function." Because the
*2 If you turn debugging on, the "print(str)" commands within the script file will
SR-1000 Series directly controls the memory in the PLC, communication programs
be executed.
are not necessary. This leads to a reduction in man-hours spent creating
programs.
"13-1 PLC Link Overview" (page 64)
Protocol KV Studio, MC protocol, or OMRON PLC Link

EtherNet/IP
"14-1 EtherNet/IP Overview" (page 70)
Protocol EtherNet/IP

PROFINET
"15-1 PROFINET Overview" (page 83)
Protocol PROFINET

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FTP
The SR-1000 Series can perform the following operations through the FTP
10-2 Data Communication
interface. Format
Transferring captured images
Receiving configuration files and script files The SR-1000 data communication format is common for both RS-232C and
Appending read data to text files on the FTP server Ethernet.
Protocol FTP

When using the SR-1000 Series as an FTP server, operate the FTP server in Communication Format for Read Data
anonymous mode.
Read data is sent using the ASCII code with the header and terminator added, as
SNTP shown below.

The SR-1000 Series can obtain time information from SNTP servers and can Header Read Data Terminator
synchronize its time with that of these servers.
Protocol SNTP Various types of data can be appended to read data.
Header and terminator can be selected from the following options using AutoID
Reference The following functions use the protocols shown here.
File View: FTP Network Navigator. They also can be set to any string up to 5 characters.
MultiMonitor: UDP Header
Master/slave function: UDP
None/ STX (0x02) / ESC (0x1B)
Important When you use EtherNet/IP or PROFINET, you cannot use the "master/ Terminator
slave function's" multi drop link.
CR (0x0D) / CR LF (0x0D) (0x0A) / ETX (0x03)

Read Error Codes


Ethernet Communication Port Numbers
If the code cannot be read, the SR-1000 Series will send a read error code to the
host device.
Communication
name
Listen/remote port Protocol Port number Read error code default setting: ERROR
Command
Listen port TCP, UDP 1024 to 65535*1 Header ERROR Terminator
communication
Ethernet data
Listen port TCP 1024 to 65535*1 Read error codes can be set to any string of text, up to 8 characters, using AutoID
(server)
Ethernet data Network Navigator.
Remote port TCP, UDP 1024 to 65535
(client) Additionally, the device can be set to not send error codes.
PLC link Remote port UDP 1024 to 65535
20: FTP data port (ACTIVE
FTP communication - FTP mode)
Appending Data
21: FTP service port
Various types of data can be appended to read data.
*1 9013, 9014, 9015, 9016, 5900, 5920, and 44818 cannot be set as they are
reserved for the reader system. Read data format
The data format for appending various types of data to read data is shown below:
Parameter
Data Code Symbol Read Scan Positioning Code vertex Code center
Time : : : bank : : : : :
size type ID data count level coordinates coordinates
numbers

Unused ISO/IEC15415 ISO/IEC TR 29158 SAE AS9132 SEMI T10-0701


Matching
ECC : : verification : (AIM DPM-1-2006) : verification : verification :
level
ratio result verification result result result

Japanese
pharmaceutical ISO/IEC16022
: Image Group Master/ Read Check-
code quality : verification : : :
file name name Slave ID time sum
verification result
result

Delimiter characters
The colon (:) as a delimiting character can be changed via AutoID Network
Navigator (one character).
No delimiter character is inserted after "Data size" and "Symbol ID", and before
"Checksum".
Precautions when appending data
Appended data can be set via a command or from AutoID Network Navigator.
Only the selected data will be appended to the read data. The data size changes
because of this.
Checksum defers by the contents of the appended data.

Details of Appended Data


Data size
The data size is the total size of parts (1), (2), and (3), plus 4 bytes.
(1) (2) (3)

Termi-
Header Data size Read data + appended data Checksum
nator

Time
Appends the time the data was output.
Appended data range: YYYYMMDDhhmmss
Data format
YYYYMMDDhhmms : Read data

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Code type Parameter bank number
You can append the read code type number to the read data. Appends the parameter bank number that was read.
It is not appended when a reading fails.
Number Code type
Data format
1 QR
2 DataMatrix Read data : nn
3 PDF417 nn = parameter bank number (01 - 10)
5 GS1 DataBar(RSS)
6 CODE39
Scan count
7 ITF Appends the number of reading attempts of the SR-1000 Series while the timing
8 2of5 input is turned ON.
9 NW-7(Codabar) Failed reading operations are also counted.
10 JAN/EAN/UPC Data format
11 CODE128 Read data : nnnnn
12 COOP 2 of 5
nnnnn = scan count (1 - 65535)
13 CODE93
14 CC-A/B(GS1 DataBar) Code vertex coordinates/Code center coordinates
15 CC-A/B/C(EAN/UPC)
Appends the coordinates of the vertexes and center position of the read code.
16 CC-A/B/C(GS1-128)
Data format
18 Pharmacode
Code vertex coordinates: Read data : X1/Y1 : X2/Y2 : X3/Y3 : X4/Y4

Code center coordinates: Read data : X5/Y5


Symbol ID X1/Y1 to X4/Y4 : Code vertex coordinates (Xn = 0 - 1279, Yn = 0 - 1023)
Appends the symbology identifier, specified by AIM, before the read data. X5/Y5 : Code center coordinates (X5 = 0 - 1279, Y5 = 0 - 1023)
It is not appended when a reading has failed.
Data format Coordinates are specified for code positions in an image as below:

Symbol ID Read data (0, 0) (1279/0)


X
X1, Y1 X2, Y2
Code type Detail Symbol ID
X5, Y5
: Model 1 ]Q0
: Model 2, ECI not applied ]Q1 Code
: Model 2, ECI applied ]Q2 X4, Y4 X3, Y3
QR : Model 2, ECI not applied, FNC1 (1st) ]Q3 (Field of view)
: Model 2, ECI applied, FNC1 (1st) ]Q4 (1279/1023)
(0/1023)
: Model 2, ECI not applied, FNC1 (2nd) ]Q5
Y
: Model 2, ECI applied, FNC1 (2nd) ]Q6
: ECC 200 ]d1 Reference Output of the code vertex coordinate when executing multiple
: ECC 200, FNC1 (1st) ]d2
readings of the same code.
When multiple readings are executed for 1 scan, the coordinates are
: ECC 200, FNC1 (2nd) ]d3 output in the following order:
DataMatrix
: ECC 200, ECI applied ]d4 Coordinates with code center coordinates higher in the field of view
: ECC 200, ECI applied, FNC1 (1st) ]d5 (smaller in Y) are prioritized.
: ECC 200, ECI applied, FNC1 (2nd) ]d6 If 2 coordinates have the same Y coordinates, the center
No check digit validation ]A0 coordinates of the code further to the left in the field of view (smaller
CODE39 Check digit is validated and transmitted. ]A1
in X) are prioritized.
Output format for multi read is as follows:
Check digit is validated but not transmitted. ]A3
No check digit validation ]I0 Read data 1 corner Read data 1 center
coordinates: coordinates:
ITF Check digit is validated and transmitted. ]I1 Read data 1,
Read data 2 corner Read data 2 center
Read data 2,
Check digit is validated but not transmitted. ]I3 : coordinates: : coordinates:
,
: :
NW-7(Codabar) ]F0 Read data n
Read data n corner Read data n center
UPC-A, UPC-E, JAN/EAN13 ]E0 coordinates coordinates
JAN/EAN8 ]E4
JAN/EAN/UPC
UPC-A, UPC-E, JAN/EAN13 Point If the code vertex coordinates are out of the decoding range, that
]E3
Addon 2, addon 5 value becomes "- (minus)".
FNC1 not included. ]C0 (Reading is possible even if all the vertexes are not within the
CODE128 FNC1 on the first digit (GS1-128). ]C1 decoding range.)
FNC1 on the second digit. ]C2
GS1 Databar ]e0
Standard ]L0 Unused ECC ratio
PDF417,
Extended channel interpretation ]L1 Appends the unused error correction ratio.
MicroPDF417
Basic channel interpretation ]L2 The average value will be appended when several codes are read for 1 scan
CODE93 ]G0 (multi read).
2of5 ]S0 It is not appended when a reading fails.
COOP2of5 ]X0 Data format
Trioptic CODE39 ]A8
Read data : nnn %
nnn = unused ECC ratio (0 - 100)
Data format for composite codes
Composite code (GS1/CODE128 + PDF) Matching level
]e0 Barcode data a 2D code data Appends the matching level value of the read code.
Matching levels of each code will be appended for the multi read.
Composite code (JAN/EAN/UPC + PDF) Value is not appended when a reading fails.
Data format
]Em Barcode data a 2D code data
Read data : nnn
nnn = matching level value (0 - 100)
* m= Numeric value
* a= Composite delimiter: Can be changed by way of the settings. Code quality verification results
(Default: Not set. You can use up to 5 characters to set the value.)
For details on the code quality verification results, refer to "9-7 Code Quality
Verification" (page 39)

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11-1 Serial Communication 11-2 Socket Communication
You can communicate with devices that have RS-232C interfaces. You can transfer (TCP, UDP)
the read data of the SR-1000 Series in a procedureless manner and use commands
to start reading. The SR-1000 Series supports the following types of Ethernet socket
communication.
RS-232C Communication Settings Defaults TCP
Baud Rate : 115200bps UDP
Data Bits : 8bit
Parity : Even
Stop Bit : 1bit Ethernet Communication Settings Defaults
Serial Communication (RS-232C) Settings IP address : 192.168.100.100
Subnet Mask : 255.255.255.0 (24 bits)
1 Open the [RS-232C] tab. Default Gateway : 0.0.0.0

2 Set the following items to match the device that you will connect to.
Baud Rate TCP Settings
Data Bits


Parity
Stop Bit 1 Open the [Ethernet] tab.
3 Select the communication protocol. 2 Enter the [IP address] and [Subnet Mask] settings to assign to the
4 Click [Send Configuration]. SR-1000 Series.
Communication protocols 3 Start the [Setup Wizard].
Protocol Operation
The read data will be output as-is.
4 STEP 1 Select the trigger input method.
SEL

SR-1000
MENU

5 STEP 2 Select the device to connect to.

None
Read data
6 STEP 3 Select [TCP].

7 STEP 4 Configure connection destination settings such as the [IP


Address] and the [Port].
1. The read data is transferred to the host device.
2. The SR-1000 Series waits for a response from the host device.
8 Exit the [Setup Wizard].
(PASS: Normal completion. RTRY: Resend request.)
3. PASS or RTRY is sent from the host. 9 Click [Send Configuration].
PASS: Transmission complete.
RTRY: Resend the same read data to the host device
and wait for a PASS response. UDP Settings
PASS/RTRY

1
SEL
MENU

SR-1000

Open the [Ethernet] tab.


Read data

2 Enter the [IP address] and [Subnet Mask] settings to assign to the
SR-1000 Series.

*1
3 Start the [Setup Wizard].
SR-1000
SEL
MENU

4 STEP 1 Select the trigger input method.


Read data
ACK/NAK
(0x06/0x15)
5 STEP 2 Select the device to connect to.

Response 6 STEP 3 Select [UDP].

7 STEP 4 Configure connection destination settings such as the [IP


*1 This protocol uses ACK (0x06) instead of "PASS" and NAK (0x15) instead of Address] and the [Port].
"RTRY" in the PASS/RTRY protocol. Other than the differences in the character
strings to send, this protocol is identical to the PASS/RTRY protocol. 8 Exit the [Setup Wizard].
PASS/RTRY communication format
PASS[CR] RTRY[CR]
9 Click [Send Configuration].
[STX]PASS[ETX] [STX]RTRY[ETX]
* You can also add [ESC] at the front and [LF] at the end. Settings During Socket Communication
ACK/NAK communication format
[ACK] [NAK] Continually Send Connection Requests
* Do not add headers or terminators. When a connection is not established, the timing with which requests are made to
establish a connection is determined by the "Continually Send Connection
Point When you are using PASS/RTRY or ACK/NAK, the SR-1000 Series can
read codes while it is waiting for a response. Data read in this Requests" setting.
situation is stored in the send buffer. Disable: When read data is determined and data output is ready.
When you are using PASS/RTRY or ACK/NAK, the SR-1000 Series can Enable: When the power is turned on. Also, continuously when a connection is
receive commands while it is waiting for a response.
When you are using PASS/RTRY or ACK/NAK, a send buffer overflow not established.
will occur if the SR-1000 Series attempts to store more data than its
send buffer can hold. Keep Alive
Send buffer capacity: 10 KB
Operation when a send buffer overflow occurs This function checks whether the connection established with a remote device is
"E4 BUFFER OVER" is shown on the SR-1000 Series display. still alive.
ERR BUSY is output.
All data stored in the buffer is discarded. Operating condition
Recovering from a send buffer overflow This function activates when no communication is made for 60 seconds.
Restart the SR-1000 Series.
Send the buffer clear command "BCLR" to the SR-1000 Series.
Send the reset command "RESET" to the SR-1000 Series.
Send PASS (ACK) to the SR-1000 Series. When PASS (ACK) is sent to
Operation details
the SR-1000 Series, it outputs the character string "OVER" and A Keep packet is sent to the remote device and the response is checked.
recovers to normal operation. Response: Keep the connection established.
* If you restart the SR-1000 Series or send the buffer clear or reset
No response: Disconnect the connection.
command to it when a buffer overflow has not occurred, all the data in
the send buffer will be cleared.

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12-1 Command Communication Error Responses
After receiving a command, if the corresponding processing fails, the SR-1000
Series returns an error in response.
What Is Command Communication? Response format
By sending commands from a PLC or PC, you can start reading and change the
settings of the SR-1000 Series. Header ER, Command name Error code Terminator

Example) When an undefined command is received.


Command communication interfaces
Command ABCD[CR]
The following two command communication paths are available.
Response ER,ABCD,00[CR]
RS-232C (serial communication)
Ethernet (TCP socket communication) Error codes
Types of commands Error Code Explanation
The following two types of commands are available. 00 Undefined command received
Operation commands : Commands used to control operations such as 01 Mismatched command format (Invalid number of parameters)
reading and tuning. 02 The parameter 1 value exceeds the set value
Configuration commands: Commands used to change or check the settings. 03 The parameter 2 value exceeds the set value
04 Parameter 2 is not set in HEX (hexadecimal) code
Command Communication Format 05 Parameter 2 set in HEX (hexadecimal) code but exceeds the set value
There are 2 or more ! marks in the preset data
10
Preset data is incorrect
Format
11 Area specification data is incorrect
Header Command Terminator 12 Specified file does not exist
13 "mm" for the %Tmm-LON,bb command exceeds the setting range.
14 Communication cannot be checked with the %Tmm-KEYENCE command.
When formatting commands, the following three combinations of headers and
terminators are available. 20 This command is not executable in the current status (execution error)
21 The buffer has overflowed, so commands cannot be executed
Command format Response format
An error occurred while loading or saving parameters, so commands cannot be
22
executed
SEL
SEL MENU
MENU
SR-1000
SR-1000

Commands sent from RS-232C cannot be received because AutoID Network


23
Navigator is being connected.
99 SR-1000 Series may be faulty. Please contact your nearest KEYENCE sales office.

Point For the following commands, no response is returned when the


Header Terminator Header Terminator
command is received or if an error occurs. Only the reading results
(1) None [CR] None [CR] are output.
(2) None [CR] + [LF] None [CR] "LON," "LOFF," "PRON," and "PROFF"
If you want to receive responses to the above commands, configure
(3) [STX] [ETX] [STX] [ETX]
the following setting.
Example) Sending the command to turn on the OUT1 terminal (OUTON,1) On the [Table] tab, click [Misc], and then set "Basic command
response string."
Command OUTON,1[CR] For the following commands, the response is "OK" if the command is
Response OK,OUTON,1[CR] processed successfully and "ERR**" if an error occurs.
"TUNE," "QUIT," "RESET," and "BCLR"

Point Commands are sent and received in ASCII code.


If E S C is appended at the beginning of the command, the E S C will
clear the receive buffer of the SR-1000 Series. If communication
cannot be completed correctly due to the presence of unnecessary
characters in the receive buffer of the SR-1000 Series, append E S C to
12-2 Reading and Tuning
the command and send it.
Example) [ESC]LON[CR] Commands
Set the character interval to less than 10 seconds when sending
commands to the SR-1000 Series. If 10 seconds elapse, the SR-1000
Series will delete all received characters from the buffer.
Operation Commands
Starting/finishing reading
Command Communication Process Function Command name Parameter Response
Start reading LON - -
1 The host (PC or PLC) sends a command to the SR-1000 Series. Start reading (bank specification) LON,b(LONb) b = 01 to 16 -

2 The SR-1000 Series sends a response and operates according to the Finish reading LOFF - -

command. When reading is successful, the read data is output.


When reading fails, "ERROR" is output.
Example 1) Operation command "LON"
(1) Command SEL
MENU
Tuning
SR-1000

LON[CR] Function Command name Parameter Response


Focus adjustment FTUNE - OK,FTUNE
(2) Response
b = 01 to 16
Start tuning TUNE,b(TUNEb) OK*
No response Bank number
(3) Read operation Finish tuning TQUIT - OK
(4) Result output *1 When the focus adjustment is complete, the result is output in the following
Read data[CR] formats.
Success: Focus Tuning SUCCEEDED
Failure: Focus Tuning FAILED
Example 2) Operation command "RESET"
*2 When the tuning operation is complete, the result is output in the following
SEL

SR-1000
MENU formats.
(1) Command When tuning is successful: Tuning SUCCEEDED,tms,000000x00
RESET[CR]
When tuning fails: Tuning FAILED,tms,00000x0y
t: Tuning time
(2) Response x: Advice
OK[CR] 0: None
1: Use an image filter. 2: Consider the installation, lighting, and printing
(3) Reset operations conditions.
4: The brightness is insufficient.
y: Failure factor
1: Code detection impossible. 2:Unstable reading.

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Preset data registration Forced control of reading and scanning
Function Command name Parameter Response Function Command name Parameter Response
Start reading for preset data Cancel operation*1 CANCEL - OK,CANCEL
PRON - * Trigger lock*2 LOCK - OK,LOCK
registration
Finish reading for preset data Lock release*2 UNLOCK - OK,UNLOCK
PROFF - * OK,RLOCK,m
registration
Obtain the trigger lock status*2 RLOCK - m:LOCK
* For details on responses during preset registration, refer to "9-9 Preset UNLOCK
Data Comparison" (page 47) *1 You will not receive reading error codes when you execute a CANCEL com-
mand.
Reading quick setup codes *2 If you send the LOCK command, reading operations will be locked until you
send the UNLOCK command.
Function Command name Parameter Response
Start quick setup code reading RCON - OK,RCON Pointer control
Finish quick setup code reading RCOFF - OK,RCOFF
Function Command name Parameter Response
Quick setup code reading status Turn the pointer on AMON - OK,AMON
RCCHK - (Obtained value)
check
Turn the pointer off AMOFF - OK,AMOFF
Test mode Time settings
Function Command name Parameter Response Function Command name Parameter Response
Reading rate test TEST1 - OK,TEST1 Set the time TMSET,t t* OK,TMSET
Check the time TMGET - OK,TMGET,t *
Reading rate test (bank specification) TEST1,b b=01 to 16 OK,TEST1
Read time test TEST2 - OK,TEST2
* t: YYYY = Year (4 bytes) MM = Month (2 bytes) DD = Day (2 bytes)
hh = Hour (2 bytes) mm = Minute (2 bytes) ss = Second (2 bytes)
Read time test (bank specification) TEST2,b b=01 to 16 OK,TEST2
Online test mode*1 Confirmation during script file execution
Function Command name Parameter Response Function Command name Parameter Response
OK,SCPTIME,
Reading rate test #TEST1 - OK,#TEST1
now=Aus,
Reading rate test (bank specification) #TEST1,b b=01 to 16 OK,#TEST1 max=Bus,
min=Cus
Read time test #TEST2 - OK,#TEST2 A: The execution time of
Read time test (bank specification) #TEST2,b b=01 to 16 OK,#TEST2 Script processing time SCPTIME - the immediately
previous script
*1 In this mode, testing is only executed while the trigger input is on. B: The maximum
processing time
I/O terminal control C: The minimum
processing time
Function Command name Parameter Response n = 0:
Debugging
OK,INCHK,m off
Script debugging SCPDBG,n OK,SCPDBG
m = OFF: The terminal is 1:
n=1 :IN1 Debugging
Input terminal status check INCHK,n off.
2 :IN2 on
ON: The terminal is
on. OK,SCPERR,m
Obtain the script error SCPERR -
m: Error character string
n=1 :OUT1
OK,SCPVER,v
Turn on an output terminal OUTON,n 2 :OUT2 OK,OUTON Obtain the script version SCPVER -
v: Version
3 :OUT3
n=1 :OUT1 Saving/loading settings
Turn off an output terminal OUTOFF,n 2 :OUT2 OK,OUTOFF
3 :OUT3 Function Command name Parameter Response
Turn on OUT1 to OUT3 ALLON - OK,ALLON Save settings* SAVE - OK,SAVE
Load saved settings LOAD - OK,LOAD
Turn off OUT1 to OUT3 ALLOFF - OK,ALLOFF
Initialize settings DFLT - OK,DFLT

Reset * If you turn the power off before executing the SAVE command, the settings
that you have configured will be discarded.
Function Command name Parameter Response
Reset RESET - OK
Other commands
The SR-1000 Series is reset after it outputs a response. Function Command name Parameter Response
OK,KEYENCE,SR-1000,v
Version confirmation KEYENCE -
v: Version
Send buffer clear OK,CMDSTAT,m
m = none: No processing
Function Command name Parameter Response Obtain the command status CMDSTAT - wait: Wait for setting
application
Send buffer clear BCLR - OK update: Updating
Clear the send buffer of the SR-1000 Series. OK,EMAC,n
Obtain the MAC address EMAC - n = MAC address (12
bytes)
Checking the reading history OK,ERRSTAT,m
m = None: No error
Function Command name Parameter Response system: System error
update: Update error
OK,NUM,a,b,c,d cfg: Set value error
a: OK count ip: IP address
b: NG count Obtain the error status ERRSTAT - duplication
Check the reading history NUM - c: ERROR count over: Buffer overflow
d: STABLE count plc: PLC link error
profinet: PROFINET
e: Trigger input count error
(0 to 65535) lua: Script error
OK,NUMB,b1,b2,, hostconnect:Host
connection error
b16,n
b1 to b16: Reading count OK,BUSYSTAT,m
Bank usage count history NUMB - m = none: No processing
of bank 1 to bank 16 trg: TRG BUSY
n: Trigger input count update: Update
(0 to 4294967295) Obtain the BUSY status BUSYSTAT - processing
file: Saving the file
Acquire the counts corresponding to the time from when the reader turned on to af: Moving the
the present point in time. autofocus lens
Turning the power off or sending a RESET command resets the counts to 0. Clear the PLC link error PCLR - OK,PCLR
If the trigger input count reaches its upper limit, all values will be reset to 0. Clear the FTP communication HCLR - OK,HCLR
error
Image scanning control Save backup settings BSAVE,n
n:1-8
(config1.ptc - OK,BSAVE
config8.ptc)
Function Command name Parameter Response n:1-8
SHOT,b b: 01 to 16 Load backup settings BLOAD,n (config1.ptc - OK,BLOAD
Capture execution OK config8.ptc)
(SHOTb) Bank number
m: Copy
Capture an image (only one time) for the specified bank. Copy bank configuration BCOPY,m,n source OK,BCOPY
n: Copy
destination

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12-3 SR-1000 Series Code settings

Configuration Commands Function


Command
Number
Setting
value
Explanation Default

1 : QR
2 : DM
3 : PDF417(microPDF 417)
Configuration Commands 5 : GS1DataBar(RSS)
6 : CODE39(Trioptic CODE 39)
The following five types of configuration commands are available. 7 : ITF
8 : 2of5
Parameter bank configuration commands (WB/RB) 9 : NW-7(Codabar)
Code configuration commands for tuning (WC/RC) Code type 300 1 to 18 1
10 : JAN/EAN/UPC
Operation configuration commands (WP/RP) 11 : CODE128
Communication configuration commands (WN/RN) 12 : COOP2of5
Batch transmission of setting/confirmation commands (WA/RA) 13 : CODE93
14 : CC-A/B(GS1 DataBar)
15 : CC-A/B(EAN/UPC)
Point Send the SAVE command to save the contents changed by 16 : CC-A/B/C(GS1-128)
18 : Pharmacode
configuration commands in the memory. If you do not send the SAVE
command, when the power is turned off or the RESET command is Maximum read length 303 1 to 7089 7089
received, the settings will return to the state that they were in before Minimum read length 304 1 to 7089 1
they were changed.
0 : Disable
The setting contents sent during SR-1000 operations are applied Output length limitation 306 0, 1 0
1 : Enable
when the current operation finishes, not after the response to the
command is sent. 0 : Forward
Direction of output 307 0, 1 0
1 : Backward
Not applicable to the CC-A/B/C
Length of output 308 1 to 7089 7089
2D code
Parameter bank configuration commands (WB/RB) 1 to Not applicable to the CC-A/B/C
Starting index of output 309 1
7089 2D code
Parameter bank configuration command is sent in the following format: Specify QR
Configuration change Model 1 0000 to Specifies version 1 to 14 with bit
Send command WB , bb mmm , nnn 400 3FFF
Code 3FFF assign and set with HEX.
Version
Response Normal process OK , WB
Specify QR
Abnormal process ER , WB , ee ee: Error code Model 2 00000 to Specifies version 1 to 20 with bit
401 FFFFF
Code version FFFFF assign and set with HEX.
Configuration confirmation QR code (1 to 20)
Send command RB , bb mmm version Specify QR
settings Model 2 00000 to Specifies version 21 to 40 with bit
OK , RB , nnn 402 FFFFF
Response Normal process Code version FFFFF assign and set with HEX.
(21 to 40)
Abnormal process ER , RB , ee ee: Error code
Specify
bb : Parameter bank number 01 - 16 Fixed to 2 bytes MicroQR
mmm : Command number Fixed to 3 bytes Specifies version M1 to M4 with bit
Code 403 0 to F F
assign and set with HEX.
nnn : Setting value (varies according to command number) Version
(M1 to M4)
Example) Setting the Exposure of the parameter bank 1 to 300 s. Specifies the code size of
Configuration change Send command WB,011000300
DataMatrix code with bit assign
and set with HEX.
Response (Normal process) OK,WB Square
1st bit: 10x10 13th bit: 44x44
Configuration confirmation Send command RB,01100 2nd bit: 12x12 14th bit: 48x48
Response (Normal process) OK,RB,0010 3rd bit: 14x14 15th bit: 52x52
4th bit: 16x16 16th bit: 64x64
5th bit: 18x18 17th bit: 72x72
Scan condition setting 6th bit: 20x20 18th bit: 80x80
7th bit: 22x22 19th bit: 88x88
Specify the reading 0000000
Command Setting 8th bit: 24x24 20th bit: 96x96
Function Explanation Default target size of 410 to 3FFFFFFF
Number value 9th bit: 26x26 21st bit: 104x104
DataMatrix code 3FFFFFFF
Internal 0 : Not used 10th bit: 32x32 22nd bit: 120x120
000 0, 1 1
lighting use 1 : Used 11th bit: 36x36 23rd bit: 132x132
Lighting
External 0 : Not used 12th bit: 40x40 24th bit: 144x144
004 0, 1 0
lighting use 1 : Used
Exposure 2 to Rectangle
100 Exposure time (s) 30 25th bit: 8x18
Scanning time 10000
26th bit: 8x32
Gain 101 0 to 8 - 0
27th bit: 12x26
1st 28th bit: 12x36
200 0 : Disable
filter type
1 : Equalize 29th bit: 16x36
2nd 2 : Expand 30th bit: 16x48
201
filter type 3 : Shrink
0 to 7 0 GS1 DataBar Omnidirectional/
3rd 4 : Open
202 Truncated
filter type 5 : Close 390 0,1 1
6 : Median 0 : Disable
4th 7 : Unsharp Mask 1 : Enable
203
Filter filter type
GS1 DataBar Stacked/
setting 1st StackedOmnidirectional
210 391 0,1 1
filter count 0 : Disable
2nd 1 : Enable
211
filter count GS1 DataBar Limited
1 to 7 Specify with count 1
3rd 392 0,1 0 : Disable 1
212
filter count GS1 DataBar settings 1 : Enable
4th GS1 DataBar Expanded
213
filter count 393 0,1 0 : Disable 1
Polarizing 0 : Disable 1 : Enable
Filter usage 010 0, 1 1
filter 1 : Enable GS1 DataBar ExpandedStacked
394 0,1 0 : Disable 1
1 : Enable
GS1 DataBar Expanded Stacked
395 2 to 11 2
(Number of rows) minimum
GS1 DataBar Expanded Stacked
396 2 to 11 11
(Number of rows) maximum

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Function
Command Setting
Explanation Default
Reading operation settings
Number value
Send start/stop characters Command Setting
Function Explanation Default
375 0,1 0 : Disable 0 Number value
1 : Enable 0 : Disable
Alternate 600 0, 1 0
Inspect check-digit 1 : Enable
376 0,1 0 : Disable 0 Internal bank retry
1 : Enable 601 00 to 32 00
count
Send check-digit Decode timeout 0001 to
CODE39 settings 377 0,1 0 : Disable 1 602 Specify in units of 10 ms 0010
duration 0255
1 : Enable
Scan delay time 603 0 to 2550 Specify in units of 1 ms 0
Trioptic CODE39 reading
378 0,1 0 : Disable 1 a:0000-1279
1 : Enable b:0000-1023
c:0095-1279
Full ASCII conversion
d:0095-1023
379 0,1 0 : Disable 0
1 : Enable * The minimum size is 96 dot x 96
Decoding area 604 abcd 0240021210390811
dot.
Inspect check-digit
(aaa, bbb)
385 0,1 0 : Disable 0
1 : Enable
ITF settings
Send check-digit (ccc, ddd)
386 0,1 0 : Disable 1
0 : Disable
1 : Enable Inverse 605 0, 1 0
1 : Enable
Send start/stop characters
0 : Disable
380 0,1 0 : Disable 1 Reverse 606 0, 1 0
1 : Enable
1 : Enable
Base tilt angle 607 0 to 359 Unit: 1 degree 0
Send start/stop characters letter
type Unit: 1 degree
381 0,1 0 Tilt angle range 608 0 to 180 * Base tilt angle Tilt angle range 180
0 : as lowercase
1 : as UPPERCASE will be enabled.
Inspect check-digit 0 : Disable
Grid correction 500 0,1 1
382 0,1 0 : Disable 0 1 : Enable
NW-7 (Codabar) 1 : Enable Quiet zone scale factor (x 1)
settings Send check-digit *Barcode only
The targets are codes other Depends
383 0,1 0 : Disable 1
1 : Enable Quiet zone scale factor 611 *1 than QR and DataMatrix codes. on the
This only applies to the code type.
Check-digit type barcodes of composite
0 : Modulus 16 codes.*2.
1 : Modulus 11
384 0 to 6 2 : Modulus 10/Weight 2 0 *1 0 to 11: GS1 DataBar, CC-A/B (GS1 DataBar)
3 : Modulus 10/Weight 3 1 to 11: Other than the above codes
4 : Check DR
5 : Modulus 11 *2 Quiet zone applicable range
6 : Luhn GS1 DataBar, GS1 DataBar Limited: Right quiet zone
UPC-E reading Other than the above codes : The quiet zones on both ends
350 0,1 0 : Disable 1
1 : Enable
EAN/JAN 8 digits reading
351 0,1 0 : Disable 1
1 : Enable
EAN/JAN 13 digits reading
352 0,1 0 : Disable 1
1 : Enable
UPC-A Output
353 0,1 0 : Output in 13 digits 0
1 : Output in 12 digits
Add "number system" to UPC-E
JAN/EAN/UPC settings 354 0,1 0 : Disable 0
1 : Enable
2-digit supplemental
355 0,1 0 : Disable 1
1 : Enable
5-digit supplemental
356 0,1 0 : Disable 1
1 : Enable
Ignore UPC without supplemental
357 0,1 0 : Disable 0
1 : Enable
GTIN compatible 14-digit output
358 0,1 0 : Disable 0
1 : Enable
GS1-128
CODE128 settings 366 0,1 0 : Disable 1
1 : Enable
Maximum read length 315 1 to 2361 2361
Minimum read length 316 1 to 2361 1
PDF417 read code type settings
1: PDF417 only
PDF417 settings 420 1 to 3 3
2: MicroPDF only
3: PDF417 and MicroPDF
CC-C code reading
CC-A/B/C (GS1-128)
437 0,1 0 : Disable 1
reading
1 : Enable
Maximum number of
440 2 to 16 Specified by the number of bars 16
pharmacode bars
Minimum number of
441 2 to 16 Specified by the number of bars 9
pharmacode bars

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Tuning Code Setting Command Format (WC/RC) Function
Command Setting
Explanation Default
Number value
Send the code setting command for tuning in the following formats. 0700 02 to 50 Maximum read length 50
Configuration change 0701 02 to 50 Minimum read length 6
Send command WC , mmmm , nnn 0702 1 to 11 Quiet zone scale factor 7
Inspect check-digit
ITF settings 0703 0,1 0 : Disable 0
Response Normal process OK , WC
1 : Enable
Abnormal process ER , WC , ee ee: Error code Send check-digit
Configuration confirmation 0704 0,1 0 : Disable 1
1 : Enable
Send command RC , mmmm
0900 03 to 50 Maximum read length 50
0901 03 to 50 Minimum read length 4
Response Normal process OK , RC , nnn
0902 1 to 11 Quiet zone scale factor 7
Abnormal process ER , RC , ee ee: Error code Send start/stop characters
0903 0,1 0 : Disable 1
mmmm: Command number 4-byte fixed
1 : Enable
nnn : Setting value (changeable according to the command number)
Send start/stop characters letter
type
Example) Setting the maximum read length to 1000 digits 0904 0,1 0
0 : as lowercase
Configuration change Send command WC,0100,1000 1 : as UPPERCASE
Inspect check-digit
Response (Normal process) OK, WC NW-7 (Codabar)
0905 0,1 0 : Disable 0
settings
Configuration confirmation 1 : Enable
Send command RC,0100
Send check-digit
Response (Normal process) OK,RC,1000 0906 0,1 0 : Disable 1
1 : Enable
Check-digit type
Tuning target code settings
0 : Modulus 16
1 : Modulus 11
Command Setting 2 : Modulus 10/Weight 2
Function Explanation Default 0907 0 to 6 0
Number value 3 : Modulus 10/Weight 3
0001 to 4 : Check DR
0100 Maximum read length 7089 5 : Modulus 11-A
7089
QR code settings 6 : Luhn
0001 to
0101 Minimum read length 1 1002 1 to 11 Quiet zone scale factor 7
7089
0001 to UPC-E reading
0200 Maximum read length 3116 1003 0,1 0 : Disable 1
DataMatrix code 3116
1 : Enable
settings 0001 to
0201 Minimum read length 1 EAN/JAN 8 digits reading
3116
1004 0,1 0 : Disable 1
1 to 1 : Enable
0300 Maximum read length 2710
2710
EAN/JAN 13 digits reading
1 to 1005 0,1 1
0301 Minimum read length 1 0 : Disable
2710 1 : Enable
PDF417 settings
Target code UPC-A Output
1 : PDF417 1006 0,1 0
0303 1 to 3 3 0 : Output in 13 digits
2 : MicroPDF417 1 : Output in 12 digits
3 : PDF417, MicroPDF417
JAN/EAN/UPC settings Add "number system" to UPC-E
0500 01 to 77 Maximum read length 77
1007 0,1 0 : Disable 0
0501 01 to 77 Minimum read length 1 1 : Enable
GS1 DataBar Limited Right quiet 2-digit supplemental
0502 0 to 11 5
zone scale factor setting 1008 0,1 0 : Disable 1
GS1 DataBar Omnidirectional/ 1 : Enable
Truncated 5-digit supplemental
0503 0,1 1
0 : Disable 1009 0,1 0 : Disable 1
1 : Enable 1 : Enable
GS1 DataBar Stacked/ Ignore UPC without supplemental
StackedOmnidirectional 1010 0,1 0 : Disable 0
0504 0,1 1
0 : Disable 1 : Enable
1 : Enable GTIN compatible 14-digit output
GS1 DataBar settings GS1 DataBar Limited 1011 0,1 0 : Disable 0
0505 0,1 0 : Disable 1 1 : Enable
1 : Enable 001 to
1100 Maximum read length 100
GS1 DataBar Expanded 100
0506 0,1 0 : Disable 1 001 to
1 : Enable 1101 Minimum read length 1
100
GS1 DataBar ExpandedStacked CODE128 settings
1102 4 to 11 Quiet zone scale factor 7
0507 0,1 0 : Disable 1
1 : Enable GS1-128
1103 0,1 0 : Disable 1
GS1 DataBar Expanded Stacked 1 : Enable
0508 2 to 11 2
(Number of rows) minimum
0800 01 to 50 Maximum read length 50
GS1 DataBar Expanded Stacked 2 of 5 (Industrial 2of5)
0509 2 to 11 11 0801 01 to 50 Minimum read length 4
(Number of rows) maximum settings
0802 1 to 11 Quiet zone scale factor 7
0600 03 to 50 Maximum read length 50
1200 02 to 50 Maximum read length 50
0601 03 to 50 Minimum read length 3
COOP 2of5 settings 1201 02 to 50 Minimum read length 4
0602 1 to 11 Quiet zone scale factor 7
1202 1 to 11 Quiet zone scale factor 7
Send start/stop characters
0603 0,1 0 : Disable 0 1300 01 to 50 Maximum read length 50
1 : Enable CODE93 settings 1301 01 to 50 Minimum read length 1
Inspect check-digit* 1302 1 to 11 Quiet zone scale factor 7
0604 0,1 0 : Disable 0 1800 2 to 16 Maximum number of bars 16
CODE39 settings 1 : Enable 1801 2 to 16 Minimum number of bars 9
Send check-digit* 1802 1 to 11 9
Quiet zone scale factor
0605 0,1 0 : Disable 1
Code direction
1 : Enable
0 : Horizontal, read left to right
Trioptic CODE39 reading Pharmacode settings 1803 0 to 3 1 : Horizontal, read right to left 0
0606 0,1 0 : Disable 1 2 : Vertical, read top to bottom
1 : Enable 3 : Vertical, read bottom to top
Full ASCII conversion* Binary output
0607 0,1 0 : Disable 0 1805 0,1 0 : Disable 0
1 : Enable 1 : Enable

* With the settings for reading Trioptic CODE39, this setting does not function.

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Important If you set the "Quiet zone scale factor" setting to a value that is smaller Operation mode settings
than the default value, erroneous or poor quality reading may occur.
Normally use this setting with its default value. Command Setting
Function Explanation Default
Number value
Trioptic 0 : None
CODE39 100 0 to 2 1 : Reading rate test 1
Operation configuration commands (WP/RP) reading 2 : Read time test
0 : Level trigger
Timing mode 101 0, 1 0
Operation configuration command is sent in the following format: 1 : One-shot trigger
Configuration change One-shot
0003 to
trigger 102 Specify in units of 10 ms 100
Send command WP , mmm , nnn 2550
duration
Timing
mode Trigger input ON Specify up to 8 characters (16
Response Normal process OK , WP hhhhhhh 4C4F4E
settings command 103 HEX bytes) from HEX (0x00 to
h (LON)
character string 0xFF).
Abnormal process ER , WP , ee ee: Error code
Trigger input Specify up to 8 characters (16
hhhhhhh 4C4F4646
Configuration confirmation OFF command 104 HEX bytes) from HEX (0x00 to
h (LOFF)
RP , mmm character string 0xFF).
Send command
Trigger input
0 : Not use
ON/OFF
Response Normal process OK , RP , nnn 105 0, 1 1 : Enable 0
recognition with
*
ER , RP , ee ee: Error code one character
Abnormal process
0 : Single
mmm : Command number Fixed to 3 bytes Reading
200 0 to 3 1 : Continuous 0
mode setting
nnn : Setting value (varies according to command number) 2 : Burst
Data 0 : Send after read
201 0, 1 0
Example) When setting the timing mode to "One-shot trigger" (one-shot signal transmission 1 : Send after timing off
trigger) Multi read
duplicate reading 000 to
Configuration change 202 Specify by the 100 ms 10
Send command WP,101,1 prevention 255
interval
Response (Normal process) OK,WP
Specifying 0 : Order of parameter bank
Configuration confirmation alternate 204 0, 1 number 1
Send command RP,101 order 1 : Begin with successful bank
Response (Normal process) OK,RP,1 Specify a maximum of 8
Read error characters (HEX 16 bytes) with 4552524
hhhhhhh
character 205 HEX (0x00 to 0x7F). F52
I/O terminal setting string
h
Set FF if error codes are not (ERROR)
output.
Command Setting Matching
Function Explanation Default 0 : Enable
Number value level OK/NG 206 0, 1 0
1 : Disable
IN1 terminal 0 : Not use judgment
000 1 Matching
function 1 : Trigger input
2 : Preset Input level 207 00 to 99 70
3 : Start test mode. threshold
0 to 8 4 : Capture Automatic 0 : Do not light automatically
IN2 terminal 5 : Clear PLC link error
001 0 pointer 1 : Light automatically
function 6 : Trigger lock 209 0 to 2 1
lighting 2 : Only light when capturing
7 : Read the quick setup code Reading setting images
8 : Tuning operation behavior 000 to
IN1 terminal settings Burst interval 208
255
Specify by the 1 ms 0
test mode 002 1 0 : Enable
assignment 1 : Reading rate test 1 : Disable
1 to 2
IN2 terminal 2 : Processing time test Set whether to execute the next
Shorten bank
test mode 003 1 214 0, 1 scan without waiting for the 1
transition
assignment decode timeout to elapse
if it is judged that no code is
Bank to present in the scanned image.
assign to the
a : 0000-1279
IN IN1 terminal 004 1 b : 0000-1023
terminal captured c : 0095-1279
settings image d : 0095-1023
1 to 16 Bank number * Minimum size: 96 dots 96 dots
Bank to
* The number of dots in the x
assign to the Image direction must be a multiple of
IN2 terminal 005 1 capture 32.
captured 215 abcd 0240021210390811
range Example)
image specification If a = 0000 and c = 0127, the
IN1 terminal number of dots is 128, which is a
0 : Not use multiple of 32.
input at 006 0, 1 0
1 : Enable (aaa, bbb)
power-on
IN2 terminal
0 : Not use (ccc, ddd)
input at 007 0, 1 0
1 : Enable
power-on Reading
0 : Normal open point method 0 : Custom mode
Input polarity 010 0, 1 0 216 0, 1 1
1 : Normal close point (reading 1 : Smart mode
logic)
0 : 1 ms
Input pulse
width
011 0 to 2 1 : 2 ms 0 * When enabled, you can specify the following characters as the trigger on/off
2 : 10 ms commands.
OUT1 0 : Not set
0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7
terminal 020 1 : OK 1
2 : Verification NG 0 NUL DLE SP 0 @ ' ' p
function
4 : ERROR 1 SOH DC1 ! 1 a q
OUT2 8 : STABLE 2 STX DC2 " 2 b r
terminal 021 16 : PRESET_OK 4 3 ETX DC3 3 c s
function 32 : TRG_BUSY 4 EOT DC4 $ 4 d t
0 to
64 : LOCK_BUSY 5 ENQ 5 e u
8672 128 : MODE_BUSY
6 SYN & 6 f v
256 : ERROR_BUSY
OUT3 7 BEL ETB 7 g w
OUT 512 : EXT.LIGHT *1
terminal 022 1024 : UNSTABLE 480 8 BS CAN ( 8 h x
terminal
function 2048 : TUNING OK 9 HT EM ) 9 i y
settings
4096 : SCRIPT CONTROL A SUB * : j z
8192 : CONFIG BUSY B VT ? + ; [ k {
BUSY output 0 : Not use C CL FS , < \ l |
024 0, 1 1
on startup 1 : Enable D GS - = ] m }
Output E SO RS . > ^ n ~
025 1 to 255 Specify in units of 10 ms 50 F SI US / ? o del
duration
External light If you specify STX or ETX, it will no longer be possible to recognize commands
0 : Norm. open (normally open)
output 026 0, 1
1 : Norm. closed (normally closed)
0 in the <STX> command <ETX> format.
polarity

E SR-1000 UM 58
Command Setting Command Setting
Function Explanation Default Function Explanation Default
Number value Number value

0 : No selected QR 252 1 to 128 - 1


1 : ISO/IEC 15415 DataMatrix 253 1 to 128 - 1
Code quality 2 : ISO/IEC TR 29158
PDF417
verification (AIM DPM-1-2006) 254 1 to 128 - 1
230 0 to F 0 (micro PDF)
standard 4 : SAE AS9132
selection 8 : SEMI T10-0701 GS1 DataBar 255 1 to 128 - 1
Specify the setting with HEX using CODE39 256 1 to 128 - 1
sum of each item.
ITF 257 1 to 128 - 1
0 : Disable
ISO/ 2of5 258 1 to 128 - 1
1 : D
IEC15415
231 0 to 4 2 : C 0 NW-7
verification 259 1 to 128 - 1
3 : B Maximum (Codabar)
threshold
4 : A number JAN/EAN/
ISO/IEC TR 0 : Disable of read 260 1 to 128 - 1
UPC
29158 (AIM 1 : D codes
DPM-1-2006) 232 0 to 4 2 : C 0 CODE128 261 1 to 128 - 1
verification 3 : B COOP2of5 262 1 to 128 1
threshold 4 : A
CODE93 263 1 to 128 - 1
SAE AS9132
0 : Disable CC-A/B
verification 233 0,1 0 264 1 to 64 - 1
1 : Enable (GS1 DataBar)
threshold
CC-A/B
0: Not set 265 1 to 64 - 1
(EAN/UPC)
1: GS1-128
Japanese 2: GS1 DataBar Limited CC-A/B
266 1 to 64 - 1
pharmaceuti 4: GS1 DataBar Stacked (GS1 128)
8: CC-A(GS1-DataBar Limited)
cal code Pharmacode 267 1 to 128 1
234 0 to 1F 10: CC-A(GS1-DataBar Stacked) 0
quality Code type
This setting is handled as a HEX
verification value. number order 270 1
execution Use a HEX value that is the sum of priority
the items in order to specify the Scanning
setting. 271 2
order priority
Priority = 1 (high),
Japanese Code center 1 to 4
0: Disable priority = 4 (low)*1
pharmaceuti X coordinate 272 3
1: D
cal code priority
235 0 to 4 2: C 0
quality
3: B Code center
verification
4: A Y coordinate 273 4
threshold
Code priority
ISO/ Output
quality Code type
IEC16022 data
verification 0 : Disable number order 280 0
code quality 236 0,1 0 order
function 1 : Enable setting
verification settings
execution Scanning
281 0
ISO/ 0: Disable order setting
0: Ascending
IEC16022 1: D Code center 1: Descending
code quality 237 0 to 4 2: C 0 X coordinate 282 0
verification 3: B 0,1
order setting
execution 4: A
Code center
Japanese Y coordinate 283 0
pharmaceuti order setting
cal code
0: Disable
quality 0: Do not append Data output
344 0,1 0 290 1: Enable 0
verification 1: Append per bank *2
result
appending
setting *1 If priorities are the same, the order will be assigned as follows: code type
ISO/ number > scanning order > code center X coordinate > code center Y coor-
IEC16022 dinate.
code quality *2 Read data is output in ascending order of bank numbers. For banks in which
0 : Do not append
verification 345 0,1 0
1 : Append reading was not successful, error character strings will be output.
result
appending
setting
Grade
expression
setting when 0 : Alphabet
350 0,1 0
appending 1 : Numerical value
values to
verification result
Detailed item
addition setting
0 : Do not append
when appending 351 0,1 0
1 : Append
values to
verification result
Evaluation value
addition setting
0 : Do not append
when appending 352 0,1 0
1 : Append
values to
verification result
Settings Codes to
250 1 to 128 - 1
for the read
number
Allow reduced 0: Do not allow
of read 251 0,1 0
detection count 1: Allow
codes

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Data appending function setting Image saving function settings
Command Setting Command Setting
Function Explanation Default Function Explanation Default
Number value Number value
0 : Do not append Saving destination of
Time appending 300 0, 1 0 500 0
1 : Append read OK images
0 : Do not append Saving destination of
Code type appending 301 0, 1 0 501 0 : Disable saving 1
1 : Append verification NG images
0 to 3 1 : Save to RAM
0 : Do not append Saving destination of
Symbol ID appending 302 0, 1 0 502 3 : FTP transmission 1
1 : Append read error images
Bank number 0 : Do not append Saving destination of
303 0, 1 0 503 1
appending 1 : Append unstable images
0 : Do not append Saving destination of 1 : Saving to RAM
Scan count appending 305 0, 1 0 504 1, 3 1
1 : Append capture images 3 : FTP transmission
0 : Do not append 0 : Latest bank image
Read time appending 306 0, 1 0
1 : Append 1 : Specified number of images
Position level 0 : Do not append Image saving mode 505 0 to 2 after trigger input ON 0
307 0, 1 0 2 : Specified number of images
appending 1 : Append
after trigger input OFF
0 : Do not append
Code vertex appending 308 0, 1 0 Specify the number of
1 : Append
images to save from 506 1 to 32 32
0 : Do not append
Code center appending 309 0, 1 0 trigger input ON/OFF
1 : Append
Edit image file name
Unused ECC ratio 0 : Do not append 0 : Disable
310 0, 1 0 function (Edit image file 510 0, 1 0
appending 1 : Append 1 : Enable
name by script)
Matching level 0 : Do not append
312 0, 1 0 Image format 0 : BMP
appending 1 : Append 511 0, 1 1
specification 1 : JPG
File name appending 0 : Do not append
313 0, 1 0 Quality (JPEG) 512 1 to 10 "10" gives the highest quality.
(full path display) 1 : Append
0: Full
Burst number 0 : Do not append
318 0, 1 0 1: 1/4 1
appending 1 : Append Binning 513 1 to 4 2: 1/9
Read detailed error 0 : Do not append 3: 1/16
319 0, 1 0 4: 1/64
code appending 1 : Append
Setting the function to
0 : Do not append
append ISO/IEC15415 340 0, 1
1 : Append
0 Other settings
verification result.
Setting the function to
Command Setting
append ISO/IEC TR 0 : Do not append Function Explanation Default
341 0, 1 0 Number value
29158 (AIM DPM-1- 1 : Append
2006) verification result. Output data on TEST 0 : Disable
600 0, 1 1
switch 1 : Enable
Setting the function to
0 : Do not append Specify 1 character (2 HEX
append SAE AS9132 342 0, 1 0 Delimiter character 601 hh 3A
1 : Append characters) from (0x00 to 0x7F)
verification result
Setting the function to Specify up to 5 characters (10
0 : Do not append hhhhhhh HEX bytes) from HEX (0x00 to
append SEMI T10-0701 343 0, 1 0 Inter delimiter 602 2C
1 : Append h 0x7F).
verification result
FF : Not set
Setting for Master/Slave 0 : Do not append
320 0, 1 0 000 to
group name addition 1 : Append Data filling size 603 000
999
Setting for Master/Slave 0 : Do not append
321 0, 1 0 Specify 1 character (2 HEX
ID addition 1 : Append Data filling character 604 hh 20
characters) from (0x00 to 0x7F)
Data edit function (Data 0 : Disable
360 0, 1 0 0 : Not selected
edit by script) 1 : Enable
1 : Verification OK, Read OK
2 : Verification NG
4 : Read ERROR
Preset data comparison settings 8 : Stable reading
Silent Mode 606 0 to 255 16 : Unstable reading 0
Command Setting 32 : Preset result
Function Explanation Default 64 : Test Mode
Number value
128 : Tuning
Number of verification 0001 to
400 0001 Specify the setting by sum of the
start digits 7089
values of the items.
Number of verification 000 to Maximum value for sequential
401 494 Specify up to 8 characters (16 005200450
digits 494 value verification = 9
HEX bytes) from UNICODE (UTF- 041004400
Up to 494 characters (HEX 988 Reader name 607 hhhhhhhh
16 BigEndian). 450052
bytes) can be specified from HEX FF : Not set (READER)
Preset data registration 402 hhhhhhhh FF
(0x00 to 0xFF).
0 : Default
FF : Not set
Trigger command 1 : Detailed response
0 : Normal 610 0 to 2 0
Verification method 403 0, 1 0 response string 2 : User setting
1 : Sequential value verification 3 : Echo back
Incremental setting for 0 : Disable lock
-9999 to ENTER button lock 611 0, 1 0
sequential value 404 -9999 to +9999 +0001 1 : Enable lock
+9999
verification
Trigger command Up to 8 characters can be
success response 613 hhhh specified. 4F4B
string Specify characters with HEX (0x00
to 0x7F).

Trigger command
614 hhhh * This is valid when the trigger 4552
failure response string command response setting is
User setting.
0 : Normal Mode
Rotate display image 615 0, 1 0
1 : 180 degrees rotation
Camera rotation 0 : Normal Mode
901 0, 1 0
settings 1 : 180 degrees rotation

E SR-1000 UM 60
Tuning options Common communication settings
Command Setting Command Setting
Function Explanation Default Function Explanation Default
Number value Number value
Brightness adjustment 0 : High quality mode 0 : Disable
801 0, 1 0 Append checksum 003 0, 1 0
mode 1 : High speed mode 1 : Enable
Exposure on high 30 to 0 : Disable
802 Exposure time (s) 1000 Append data size 004 0, 1 0
speed mode 10000 1 : Enable
0 : Disable Specify up to 5 characters (16
Image filter 805 0, 1 1 HEX bytes) from HEX (0x00 to
1 : Enable Header settings 005 hhhh FF
0x7F).
Allow reduced
0 : Do not allow FF : Not set
detection count while 806 0, 1 1
1 : Allow Specify up to 5 characters (16
tuning
HEX bytes) from HEX (0x00 to
a : 0000-1279 Terminator settings 006 hhhh 0D
0x7F).
b : 0000-1023 FF : Not set
c : 0095-1279
d : 0095-1023
* The minimum size is 96 dots
Decoding area limit 810 abcd
96 dots
0240021210390811 RS-232C communication settings
(aaa, bbb)
Command Setting
Function Explanation Default
Number value
(ccc, ddd)
0 : 9600bps
0 : Not used
Polarizing filter 811 0, 1 1 1 : 19200bps
1 : Used Baud rate setting 100 0 to 4 2 : 38400bps 4
Auto polarizing filter 0 : Disable*1 3 : 57600bps
812 0, 1 1
adjustment 1 : Enable 4 : 115200bps
1 QR : 0 : 7bit
Data length setting 101 0, 1 1
2 DM : 1 : 8bit
4 :
PDF417(microPDF) 0 : Disable
10 :
GS1DataBar Parity check setting 102 0 to 2 1 : Even 1
20 :
CODE39 2 : Odd
(Trioptic CODE 39)
40 : ITF 0 : 1bit
Stop bit length setting 103 0, 1 0
80 : 2of5 1 : 2bit
100 : NW7(Codebar) 0 : No Handshaking
200 : JAN/EAN/UPC Communication
1 to 104 0 to 2 1 : PASS/RTRY 0
Tuning target code 820 400 : CODE128 0FFF7 protocol setting
0FFF7 2 : ACK/NAK
800 : COOP2of5
RS-232C 0: Not used
1000 : CODE93 109 0, 1 1
communication 1: Used
2000 : CC-A/B
(GS1 DataBar)
4000 : CC-A/B(EAN/UPC)
8000 : CC-A/B/C(GS-128) Ethernet communication settings
20000 : Pharmacode
Use the sum of the items (in Command Setting
hexadecimal) to specify the Function Explanation Default
Number value
setting.
a : 0 to 255
0 : Disable b : 0 to 255 192.168.
Black/white inversion
823 0 to 2 1 : Enable 2 IP address setting 200 a. b. c. d
setting when tuning c : 0 to 255 100.100
2 : Automatic
d : 0 to 255
Internal lighting when 0 : Not used
821 0, 1 1 Specify with bit length
tuning 1 : Used
Subnet mask setting 201 8 to 30 255.255.255.0 24 24
External lighting when 0 : Not used
822 0, 1 0 255.0.0.0 8
tuning 1 : Used
a : 0 to 255
*1 When "0" is specified, tuning is executed with the conditions set with WRP,811 b : 0 to 255 0.0.0.0
Default gateway setting 202 a. b. c. d
c : 0 to 255 (Not set)
d : 0 to 255
Communication configuration commands (WN/RN)
0: Not used
Ethernet command 203 0 to 2 1: TCP 1
Communication configuration command is sent in the following format: 2: UDP
Configuration change
Command standby 1024 to
Send command WN , mmm , nnn 204 - 9004
port number 65535 *1

OK , WN Ethernet data 0: Not used


Response Normal process 205 0,1 1
(server) setting 1: TCP
Abnormal process ER , WN , ee ee: Error code Ethernet data
1024 to
Configuration confirmation (server) standby 206 - 9004
65535 *1
port number
Send command RN , mmm
0: Not used
Ethernet data
OK , RN , nnn 207 0 to 2 1: TCP 0
Response Normal process (client) setting
2: UDP
Abnormal process ER , RN , ee ee: Error code a : 0 to 255
Ethernet data
mmm : Command number Fixed to 3 bytes b : 0 to 255
(client) 208 a.b.c.d 0.0.0.0
c : 0 to 255
nnn : Setting value (varies according to command number) remote IP address 1 d : 0 to 255
Ethernet data
Example: Changing SR-1000 Series IP address to "192.168.100.1" 1024 to
(client) 209 - 9004
Configuration change 65535
Send command WN,200,192.168.100.1 remote port number 1

Response (Normal process) OK,WN Ethernet data a : 0 to 255


b : 0 to 255
(client) 210 a.b.c.d 0.0.0.0
Configuration confirmation c : 0 to 255
Send command RN,200 remote IP address 2 d : 0 to 255
Response (Normal process) OK,RN,192.168.100.1 Ethernet data
1024 to
(client) 211 9004
65535
remote port number 2
Important To change and apply the communication configuration, make sure to
send a SAVE command. Continually send 0: Disable
213 0,1 0
connection requests 1: Enable
0: Disable
Keep alive setting 214 0,1 0
1: Enable

*1 You cannot specify 9013, 9014, 9015, 9016, 5900, 5920, or 44818.

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PLC communication settings FTP Communication Settings
Image transmission
Command Setting
Function Explanation Default
Number value Command Setting
Function Explanation Default
a : 0 to 255 Number value
b : 0 to 255 a : 0 to 255
Remote IP address 0.0.0.0
300 a.b.c.d c : 0 to 255 b : 0 to 255
(TCP communication) (Not set) IP address of the
d : 0 to 255 c : 0 to 255 0.0.0.0
Use when the protocol is TCP. connection destination 400 a.b.c.d
d : 0 to 255 (Not set)
FTP server
Remote port 1024 to For 0.0.0.0., the FTP client does
301 Use only for TPC protocol. 5000
(TCP communication) 65535 not operate.
Port number setting for 1024 to User name of the
302 - 5000
this device 65535 connection destination 401 aaaa ASCII setting (max. 16 characters) admin
0 : Not used FTP server
1 : MC protocol (RS-232C) Password of the
2 : SYSWAY connection destination 402 aaaa ASCII setting (max. 16 characters) admin
3 : KV Studio(RS-232C) FTP server
Protocol setting 303 0 to 8 4 : MC protocol (Ethernet) 0 Directory transfer at 0 : Disable
5 : OMRON PLC Link 403 0, 1 0
connection 1 : Enable
6 : KV Studio
Directly name of the
7 : EtherNet/IP 404 aaaa ASCII setting (max. 32 characters) image
transfer destination
8 : PROFINET
FTP connection request
MC: 0 : Disable
transmission as 405 0, 1 0
0 to 32767 1 : Enable
necessary
SYSWAY:
DM front address 304 0 PASV command 0 : Disable
0 to 9999 408 0, 1 0
KV: transmission 1 : Enable
0 to 65534
MC: FTP transmission of read data
0 to 7F
SYSWAY: Command Setting
Control region address 305 0 Function Explanation Default
0 to 6143 Number value
KV: FTP transmission 0: Disable
420 0,1 0
1 to 599 of read data 1: Enable
MC: a: 0 to 255
0 to 7F b: 0 to 255
Remote IP address 421 a.b.c.d 0.0.0.0
Response region SYSWAY: c: 0 to 255
306 0
address 0 to 6143 d: 0 to 255
KV: User name 422 ASCII (max. 16 characters) admin
1 to 599
Password 423 ASCII (max. 16 characters) admin
Output data length 001 to * Set the upper limit of writing
307 64 Directory transfer at 0: Disable
setting 100 length. 424 0,1 0
connection 1: Enable
0 : Disable
PLC link timing input 308 0, 1 0 Name of the directory
1 : Enable 425 ASCII (max. 32 characters) data
to transfer to
Timing/Data wait 309 00 to 99 by the 100 ms 1
Send FTP connection 0: Disable
Retry duration (s) 310 1 to 10 by the second 5 426 0,1 0
request as necessary 1: Enable
EtherNet/IP 0 : Do not handshake 0: Disable
321 0, 1 0 Passive mode 429 0,1 0
data handshake setting 1 : Handshake 1: Enable
EtherNet/IP Append to preceding 0: Disable
0040 to 430 0,1 1
Input assembly data 322 by 1 500 data 1: Enable
1400
size setting
File name 431 File name (max. 128 characters) data.txt
EtherNet/IP
0040 to
Output assembly data 323 by 1 500
1400
size setting
Master/slave function
EtherNet/IP 0 : Disable (ROCKWELL)
324 0, 1 0
Byte swapping setting 1 : Enable (KEYENCE/OMRON) Command Setting
Function Explanation Default
Up to 240 characters Number value
Specify with ASCII codes 0 : Disable
* Device naming rule Master/Slave operation
500 0 to 2 1 : Multi drop link 0
1 : PROFINET device name configuration
2 : Multi head
length: 1 to 240 characters
Master/Slave ID during
2 : 1 label length: 1 to 63 501 0 to 31 If 0 is set, it operates as Master. 0
operation
characters
3 : Only [a to z] (alphabet lower Number of read data in
502 1 to 8 1
case), [0 to 9] (numbers), [-] Multi Head mode
(hyphen), [.] (period) can be Up to 16 characters
used for a device name. Master/Slave function Specify with ASCII codes
503 nnnn GROUP01
4 : [-] (hyphen) cannot be used group name * 0x20 to 0x7E of ASCII codes can
at the beginning of the label. be used.
5 : [-] (hyphen) cannot be used
PROFINET device
330 nnn at the end of the label. sr-1000
name
6 : port-xyz, port-xyz-abcde
cannot be the name of the
first label.
abcde and xyz mean [0 to 9]
(numbers).
7 : Device names cannot be
made in the IP address
format.
(n.n.n.n n=0..999)
8 : Labels cannot start with xn-.
9 : The first character of labels
cannot be a number.
If these rules are not observed, an
error occurs.
0 : Do not handshake
PROFINET handshake 331 0, 1 0
1 : Handshake

E SR-1000 UM 62
SNTP settings Each Setting/Confirmation Command Format

Function
Command Setting
Explanation Default When using the batch transmission command, link each setting/confirmation
Number value
command in the following format after deleting W/R from each command.
a : 0 to 255
b : 0 to 255
Remote SNTP server c : 0 to 255
Parameter bank configuration command
520 a. b. c. d 0.0.0.0
address d : 0 to 255 B , bb mmm , nnn
Change command
If 0.0.0.0 is set, the SNTP server is
not accessed.
Confirmation command B , bb mmm
0 to 32
Confirmation command response B , bb nnn
0 : GMT-12:00
1 : GMT-11:00 bb : Parameter bank number 01 - 16 Fixed to 2 bytes
2 : GMT-10:00 mmm : Command number Fixed to 3 bytes
3 : GMT-9:00
nnn : Setting value (varies according to command
4 : GMT-8:00 PSD
5 : GMT-7:00 number)
6 : GMT-6:00 CST, Mexico City,
Central America Code configuration command for tuning
7 : GMT-5:00 EST
8 : GMT-4:30 Change command C , mmmm , nnn
9 : GMT-4:00 AST
10 : GMT-3:30 Confirmation command C , mmmm
11 : GMT-3:00 Brasilia
12 : GMT-2:00 Central Atlantic Confirmation command response C , nnn
13 : GMT-1:00
14 : GMT London, UTC mmmm: Command number Fixed to 4 bytes
15 : GMT+1:00 Berlin, Brussels, nnn : Setting value (changeable according to the
Rome, Paris, Berne
command number)
Time zone 521 0 to 33 16 : GMT+2:00 Athens, 28
Jerusalem
17 : GMT+3:00 Kuwait Operation configuration command
18 : GMT+3:30
19 : GMT+4:00 Moscow Change command P , mmm , nnn
20 : GMT+4:30
21 : GMT+5:00 Confirmation command P , mmm
22 : GMT+5:30 New Delhi
23 : GMT+5:45 Confirmation command response P , nnn
24 : GMT+6:00
25 : GMT+6:30 mmm : Command number Fixed to 3 bytes
26 : GMT+7:00 Bangkok nnn : Setting value (varies according to command
27 : GMT+8:00 Kuala Lumpur, number)
Singapore, Taipei, Beijing
28 : GMT+9:00 Japan, Seoul
29 : GMT+9:30
Communication configuration command
30 : GMT+10:00 Canberra, N , mmm , nnn
Change command
Sydney
31 : GMT+11:00
Confirmation command N , mmm
32 : GMT+12:00
33 : GMT+13:00
Confirmation command response N , nnn
Update cycle (min) 522 1 to 99 1
mmm : Command number Fixed to 3 bytes
nnn : Setting value (varies according to command
Setting/confirmation command batch transmission (WA/RA) number)
Example)
The SR-1000 Series has a dedicated command for batch transmission of multiple (1) Batch transmission of the WB command and WP command
setting/confirmation commands (WB/RB, WC/RC, WP/RP, WN/RN). Use this to
reduce the number of setting commands to send. Send command WA , B , 01700 , 2 , P , 200 , 0 , P , 201 , 1

Batch transmission command format Response OK , WA

(2) Confirm the setting content sent at (1)


Send the batch transmission command in the following formats.
Configuration change Send command RA , B , 01700 , P , 200 , P , 201
Setting Setting
Send command WA ,
command 1
,
command 2
,
Response OK , RA , B , 2 , P , 0 , P , 1

Response Normal process OK , WA


(3) Sending multiple WN commands
Error
Abnormal process ER , WA , n ,
command type
, ee Send command WA , N , 000 , 2 , N , 001 , 2 , N , 002 , 1
Configuration confirmation OK , WA
Response
Setting Setting
Send command RA ,
command 1
,
command 2
,
*After sending WN commands, make sure to send the SAVE command to
reflect the setting.
Confirmation Confirmation
Response Normal process OK , RA ,
command 1 response
,
command 2 response
,
(4) Confirm the setting content sent at (3)
Error
Abnormal process ER , RA , n ,
command type
, ee Send command RA , N , 000 , N , 001 , N , 002

Setting command 1, Setting command 2 : Setting command type Response OK , RA , N , 2 , N , 0 , N , 1


Confirmation command 1, Confirmation command 2 : Confirmation command type
n : Location where an error
occurs. Head 1
Error command type : Type of command where an
error occurs
ee : Error code

When using the batch transmission command, the reflecting order of


Point
the setting is the same as the sending order of the setting commands.
Make sure to send the SAVE command after sending the batch
transmission command containing the communication setting
command.
The batch transmission command can send up to 2048 bytes of
number of characters (excluding header and terminator).
The location (n) of the error command returns the location first
confirmed from the head of the transmission command.

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13-1 PLC Link Overview 13-2 Settings
We have prepared information regarding connecting PLCs to the SR Series.
PLC Link Download the information from the KEYENCE website.

The PLC link enables the SR-1000 Series to directly write data into the internal
memory of the PLC (data memory and data registers) by way of the RS-232C and SR-1000 Series Settings
Ethernet interfaces.
Since the SR-1000 Series directly controls memory in the PLC, it eliminates the RS-232C
need for a communication program. Therefore, man-hours needed to create
programs can be reduced. 1 Open the [RS-232C] tab.
Important The following restrictions are imposed regarding the use of the PLC
link:
2 Set the [Baud Rate], [Data Bits], [Parity], and [Stop Bit] settings to
You cannot use the PLC link to change the SR-1000 settings. match the PLC.
You cannot use the PLC link to activate test modes.
You cannot use the PLC link to send operation commands and 3 Under [PLC link], select [Enable].
configuration commands.
Due to long communication time, it is not suitable for a line that 4 Select the [Protocol].
requires high-speed processing.
The amount of data that can be processed depends on the output
data length. A maximum number of digits is 100.
5 Set [PLC link timing input] to "Enable."
(Default output data length is 64 digits.) * This is not necessary when you are using the IN1 terminal of the SR-1000
Series to apply triggers.

6 Click [Send Configuration].


List of supported PLCs
RS-232C
KEYENCE
Series name Connection method Model
CPU built-in port KV-7300/3000, KV Nano Series
KV Series KV-L21V/KV-L20V/L20R,
Communication unit
KV-N10L/NC10L/NC20L

Mitsubishi Electric
Series name Connection method Model
QJ71C24N/-R2
MELSEC Series Serial communication unit
LJ71C24/-R2

OMRON
Series name Connection method Model
CS1 Series
CJ1 Series
CPU built-in port
CJ2 Series* Ethernet
CP1 Series*

SYSMAC Series
CP1W-CIF01 1 Open the [Ethernet] tab.
Serial option board CP1W-CIF11
CP1W-CIF12
2 Enter the [IP address] and [Subnet Mask] settings to assign to the
SR-1000 Series.
CJ1W-SCU(-V1)
Serial communication unit
CS1W-SCUV1 3 Start the [Setup Wizard].
Communication board CS1-SUB-V1
4 STEP 1 Select the trigger input method.
* A serial option board is necessary, depending on the model.
5 STEP 2 Select [Field network/PLC].
Ethernet Interface 6 STEP 3 Select the communication protocol.
KEYENCE 7 STEP 4 Configure connection destination settings such as the [IP
Series name Connection method Model Address] and the [Port].

KV Series
CPU built-in port
Ethernet unit
KV-5000/5500/7500
KV-LE21V/LE20V, KV-NC1EP
8 Exit the [Setup Wizard].
9 Click [Send Configuration].
Mitsubishi Electric
Point When you are using the PLC link, you can only use the RS-232C
Series name Connection method Model interface or the Ethernet interface.
Q03UDECPU, Q04/06/10/13/20/26/
50/100UDEHCPU
CPU built-in port
MELSEC Series Q03/04/06/13/26UDVCPU
L02CPU/06CPU/26CPU-BT PLC Settings Examples
Ethernet unit QJ71E71-100/-B5/-B2
KV Series
OMRON RS-232C
Series name Connection method Model
Operation KV BUILDER/KV STUDIO mode
SYSMAC Series CPU built-in port CJ2M-CPU3 Series
Interface RS-232C *1
Division 0
Baud rate Automatic *2
Data bit length 8 bits *2
Parity Even (e) *2
Stop bit length 1 bit *2
Checksum None *2
RS/CSFlow control Disable

*1 To use port2, set the interface to "RS-232C".


*2 For KV BUILDER/KV STUDIO mode, a fixed value is used.

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Ethernet ("Built-in Ethernet port configuration" in "PC parameters")
Protocol UDP
IP address 192.168.100.10
Open system MC protocol
Subnet mask 255.255.255.0 (default)
Port number with Ethernet
Port (VT) 8502 (default) 232C (hexadecimal number) * Any number
module installed
* The port number of the SR-1000 Series must be specified in decimal number
MELSEC Series Configuration while the Q Series port number with Ethernet module installed is specified in
hexadecimal number.
RS-232C
Example) Hexadecimal number Decimal number
QJ71C24N/-R2
232C 9004
Set communication conditions with the GX-Developer.
("I/O assignment configuration" in "PC parameters")
Type Intelligent
L02CPU/26CPU-BT
Set communication conditions with the GX-Works2.
Type name Name of the unit to be installed
("Built-in Ethernet port configuration" in "PC parameters")
Points 32 points
IP address 192.168.100.10*1
First XY First output signal of the target unit (hexadecimal number)
Subnet mask patterns 255.255.255.0 *1
("Option configuration" under "I/O assignment settings" in "PC parameters")
Default router IP address 192.168.100.254 *1
Unit type Serial communication/modem interface unit
Communication data
Binary code communication
Unit type name Name of the unit to be installed code configuration
("Switch configuration" under "I/O assignment configuration" in "PC parameters") Writing permitted during
RUN Check
Settings Value (FTP and MC protocol)
Operation configuration Independent *1 Make the configuration appropriate to the network.
Data bit length 8 bits ("Built-in Ethernet port configuration" in "PC parameters")
Parity bit Present Protocol UDP
Odd/even parity Odd (o) Open system MC protocol
Stop bit length 1 bit Port number with Ethernet
232C (hexadecimal number) * Any number
Checksum code Present module installed
Writing during RUN Allowed * The port number of the SR-1000 Series must be set in decimal numbers.
Configuration change Allowed
Communication rate
configuration
9600 bps SYSMAC Series Configuration
Communication protocol
MC protocol (format 5)
RS-232C
configuration
Set communication conditions with the CX-Programmer.
Division configuration 0
CPU built-in port
Ethernet PLC system configurationUpper link port (serial port)
QJ71E71-100/-B5/-B2 Communication
User configuration
Set communication conditions with the GX-Developer. configuration
("I/O assignment configuration" in "PC parameters") Baud rate 9600 bits/s
Type Intelligent Parameter 7,2,E
Type name Name of the unit to be installed Mode Upper link
Points 32 points ID No. 0
First XY First output signal of the target unit (hexadecimal number) * When communication configuration is established as a standard, baud rate and
(Target unit number for "Ethernet/CC IE/MELSECNET" in "Network parameters") parameters are fixed as above.

Network type Ethernet


Serial communication unit/board
Number specified in "I/O assignment configuration" in PC I/O table/unit configuration
First I/O No.
parameters
Presence or absence of
Network No. Any number Optional configuration
optional configuration
Group No. Any number Communication mode Upper link
Division Any number Data length 7 bits
Mode Online Stop bit 2 bits
("Operation configuration" for "Ethernet/CC IE/MELSECNET" in "Network Parity Even
parameters") Transmission rate 9600 bps
Communication data CTS control None
Binary code communication
code configuration
Upper link ID No 0
Initial timing configuration Always waiting for OPEN (Communication possible during STOP)
*1
IP address 192.168.100.10
Writing permitted during Ethernet
Check
RUN Set communication conditions with CX-Programmer.
Send frame configuration Ethernet (V2.0)
TCP living confirmation CPU built-in port
KeepAlive is used. [Rotary switch]
configuration
*1 Configure so that it matches the network. Unit number 0
* The port number is 5000. Node address 1 *1

CPU built-in port [TCP/IP]


Set communication conditions with the GX-Developer. IP address 192.168.100.10
("Built-in Ethernet port configuration" in "PC parameters") Subnet mask 255.255.255.0
IP address 192.168.100.10 *1
[FINS/UDP]
Subnet mask patterns 255.255.255.0 *1
*1 FINS/UDP port 9600 (default)
Default router IP address 192.168.100.254
IP address conversion IP address table method
Communication data
Binary code communication Remote IP address
code configuration Do not perform dynamic conversion of the remote IP address.
dynamic conversion
Writing permitted during
RUN Check Destination node address 2
(FTP and MC protocol) IP address 192.168.100.100 *2
*1 Configure so that it matches the network. *1 Set the node address to a value that is different from that of the SR-1000
Series.
*2 Specify the IP address of the SR-1000 Series.

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Devices That Can Be Used 13-3 Memory Maps
The devices that can be accessed with the PLC link are shown below.
To use the SR-1000 Series over the PLC link, the functions of the SR-1000 Series
PLC Specified area Device name Available range need to be assigned to the PLC devices. For the SR-1000 Series, assign the front
Control region address of each device to match the target functions.
Input relay, output relay R100 to R59915*1
KV Series Response region
Data region Data memory DM0 to DM65534 Control region Device used to write commands from the PLC
Control region Input device Y0 to Y7FF*2 Response region Device used to write responses from the SR-1000 Series
MELSEC Series Response region Output device X0 to X7FF*2 Data region Device used to write the reading result data of the SR-1000 Series*
Data region Data register 0 to 32737 * Use this device in custom mode and when you specify parameter banks.
Control region CIO, internal auxiliary
0 to 6143ch
SYSMAC Series Response region relay
Data region Data memory D0000 to D9999
Assignment of Functions

The available range indicates the maximum value of the device accessible when Control region
the PLC link function is used. When you set the DM front address, control region When the control region address A is specified, functions are assigned in order as
address, or response region address, do so by taking into account the number shown below starting with the specified beginning address.
of necessary devices.
A+15 A+14 A+13 A+12 A+11 A+10 A+9 A+8 A+7 A+6 A+5 A+4 A+3 A+2 A+1 A+0
Even with the same PLC model, depending on the specifications and the config-
uration, it may not be possible to specify the maximum value for the device Reserved area
region that can actually be used and there may be regions that cannot be used. SR-1000 PLC
For more information on the available regions, refer to the appropriate PLC man- Address Description Data description
Write Write
ual. 0:Instruction for timing OFF
A+00 PLC timing area 3
*1 In the AutoID Network Navigator entry field, the range is 1 to 599 . 1: Instruction for timing ON
*2 In the AutoID Network Navigator entry field, the range is 0 to 7F .
A+01
Data write processing 0: Real time processing
3
method 1: Sequential processing

Specifying the front addresses of the control region and response region Sequential processing 0: Data write disabled
A+02 3
Data write enabled 1: Data write enabled
If you enter the value 2 in the AutoID Network Navigator entry field,

the shaded area indicated below will be specified. * When executing the trigger input ON/OFF using the PLC timing area, set "PLC
link timing input" to "Enable".
F E D C B A 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 0
1 Response region
2 Front address
When the response region address B is specified, functions are assigned in order
3
as shown below starting with the specified beginning address.
4
5 B+15 B+14 B+13 B+12 B+11 B+10 B+9 B+8 B+7 B+6 B+5 B+4 B+3 B+2 B+1 B+0
Reserved area

SR-1000 PLC
Address Description Data description
Write Write
PLC timing input 0: Timing OFF
B+00 3
response area 1: Instruction for timing ON
B+01 Reserved area - - -
Sequential processing 0: No data
B+02 3
Data write request 1: Data write request
Sequential processing 0: Data write incomplete
B+03 3
Data write complete 1: Data write complete
Real time processing 0: No data being written
B+04 3
Data being written 1: Data being written
* Do not use the reserved area.

Data region
When the data region address D is specified, functions are assigned in order as
shown below starting with the specified beginning address.
SR-1000 PLC
Address Description Data description
Write Write
0: Do not specify bank
D+00 Specify reading bank (Alternate) 3
1 to 16: Specify bank n
D+01 Reserved area
Length of data (read data +
D+02 Output data length append data) output from the 3
SR-1000 Series
Read data writing count from
Data writing process
D+03 the SR-1000 Series to PLC is 3
count
displayed.*1
1st and 2nd digits of
D+04 ASCII code 2 characters*2*3* 3
output data*4
3rd and 4th digits of
D+05 ASCII code 2 characters*2*3 3
output data*4

99th and 100th digits of
D+53 ASCII code 2 characters*2*3 3
output data*4
*
1 When the next data reaches at the count of 65535, the value of count returns to 1.
*2 When the output data length is an odd number, [NUL] (0x00) is written in the
"Output data length + 1".
*3 The order in which data of each PLC is stored is as follows:
KV : High order byte Low order byte
SYSMAC : High order byte Low order byte
MELSEC : Low order byte High order byte
*4 The data length output from the SR-1000 Series depends on the data output
length set in the SR-1000 Series. (Default: 64 digits)
0-byte data is output as data with a length of 0.

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Point If output data cannot fit in the output data region, starting with that Device Assignment Function Details
digit, the remaining data will be discarded.
Read trigger area
Data region (with master/slave function) This bit is used to start and stop reading.
When you use the master/slave function, the following functions are assigned. Address Description Data description
SR-1000 PLC 0: Instruction for timing OFF
Address Description Data description A+00 PLC timing area
Write Write 1: Instruction for timing ON
0: Do not specify bank 0: Timing OFF
B+00 PLC timing input response area
D+00 Specify reading bank (Alternate) 3 1: Instruction for timing ON
1 to 16: Specify bank n
Specify the ID that will
A+00: When this bit is set to ON (1), the SR-1000 Series starts reading.
supply the trigger input
B+00: When the SR-1000 Series recognizes that A+00 has been set to ON, it
D+01 Specify ID when you have specified 3
sets "B+00" to ON.
the Multi Drop setting.
0 to 31: ID
Data write processing method
Length of data (read data You can select from two data writing processing methods: "real time processing"
D+02 Output data length + append data) output 3 and "sequential processing." Switch between the processing methods by setting
from the SR-1000 Series
the value of [A+01] to "0" and "1."
The count of read data
Data writing process
D+03
count
written to the PLC from 3 Real time processing
the SR-1000 Series. *1
Data will be sent immediately after reading.
Address Description Data description
D+04 to Digit 1 to digit 100 of the
Read data of ID: 0.*2, 3 3 ID: 0 0: Real time processing
D+53 output data*4 A+01 Data write processing format
1: Sequential processing
Real time processing 0: No data being written
The ID of the reader to B+04
Data being written 1: Data being written
which the most recent
D+54 Data writing ID 3
data was written is A+01: Set this bit to OFF (0) in advance.
displayed. B+04: While this bit is set to ON, data is being written. It is set to OFF when
The trigger input count for writing finishes.
Trigger input count for the
D+55 the master unit (ID: 0) is 3
master unit (ID: 0) Sequential processing
displayed.
D+56 to
After reading, data is stored in the send buffer of the SR-1000 Series until the
Reserved area writing of data to the PLC is enabled.
D+59
Address Description Data description
D+60 to 1st to 100th digits of 0: Real time processing
Read data of ID: 1.*2, :3 3 ID: 1 A+01 Data write processing method
D+109 output data*4 1: Sequential processing
D+110 to 1st to 100th digits of Sequential processing 0: Data write disabled
Read data of ID: 2.*2, :3 3 ID: 2 A+02
D+159 output data Data write enabled 1: Data write enabled
... Sequential processing 0: No data
B+02
D+1560 to 1st to 100th digits of Data write request 1: Data write request
Read data of ID: 31.*2, :3 3 ID: 31
D+1609 output data* Sequential processing 0: Data write incomplete
* B+03
1 When the next data reaches at the count of 65535, the value of count returns to 1. Data write complete 1: Data write complete
* A+01: Set this bit to ON (1) in advance.
2 When the output data length is an odd number, [NUL] (0x00) is written in the
"Output data length + 1". A+02: When this bit is set to ON (1), the SR-1000 Series writes read data into
*3 The order in which data of each PLC is stored is as follows: "D+04 to D+53."
KV : High order byte Low order byte When this bit is set to OFF (0), the SR-1000 Series stores data in the
SYSMAC : High order byte Low order byte send buffer without writing new data.
MELSEC : Low order byte High order byte B+02: This bit is set to ON when read data is present in the send buffer.
*
4 The data length output from the SR-1000 Series depends on the data output B+03: This bit is set to ON when the writing of data is finished.
length set in the SR-1000 Series. (Default: 64 digits)
0-byte data is output as data with a length of 0. Reading bank specification
Use this address to specify the bank when the SR-1000 Series is in custom mode.
Address Description Data description Data format
0: Bank not specified (alternate)
D+00 Specify read bank Binary code
1 to 10: Bank n specified
D+00: When a bank number has been entered in this address, setting "A+00"
to ON (1) starts reading with this bank specified.

Output data length


The area is used to write data length output from the SR-1000.
Address Description Data description Data format
Length of data output from the SR-
D+02 Output data length Binary code
1000 Series

Output data
Address Description Data description Data format
D+04 to 2 characters of ASCII code/
Output data ASCII code
D+53 address*1 *2 *3
*
1 When the output data length is an odd number, [NUL] (0x00) is written in the
"Output data length + 1".
*
2 The order in which data of each PLC is stored is as follows:
MELSEC : Low order byte High order byte
SYSMAC : High order byte Low order byte
KV : High order byte Low order byte
*
3 The data length output from the SR-1000 Series depends on the data output
length set in the SR-1000 Series main unit. (Default: 64 digits)

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Example 3) Trigger method: Level trigger. Data writing method: Sequential
If "A+00" is switched between ON and OFF at high speed, the SR-1000 processing.
Series will miss the changes in "A+00," which will prevent the trigger
input from turning on or off normally. In this situation, write the Memory When reading is
Signal name Address When reading fails
program so that "B+00" is used to check whether the SR-1000 Series layout successful
has recognized the change in "A+00."
Data write
If the code reading interval is shorter than the PLC link A+01
communication time, data that cannot be written to the PLC will be processing method
Control
stored in the send buffer of the SR-1000 Series. Trigger area A+00
The SR-1000 Series can hold up to 100 pieces of data. If this limit is region
exceeded, all data in the send buffer is erased and "OVER" is written Data write enabled A+02
into "D+04 to D+53." (This is a send buffer overflow.)
When a send buffer overflow occurs, the SR-1000 Series stops Read operation (light is lit) OK ERROR
operation, writes "OVER" to the PLC, and then recovers to an
operating state. Trigger response
When you are using "sequential processing," be sure to set "A+02" to B+00
area
ON (1) after you have prepared the PLC to receive the data. Response
region Data write request B+02

Data write complete B+03

13-4 Operation Examples Data region Output data D+02... Read data ERROR

When reading is successful


Example 1) Trigger method: Level trigger. Data writing method: Real time 1 "A+00" and "B+00" are set to OFF (0).
processing. 2 "A+01" is set to ON (1).
3 "A+00" is set to ON (1).
Memory When reading is 4 When the SR-1000 Series recognizes that "A+00" has been set to ON (1),
Signal name Address When reading fails
layout successful
"B+00" is set to ON (1) and reading starts.
Data write
A+01 5 When a code is read, "B+02" is set to ON (1).
Control processing method 6 "A+00" is set to OFF (0).
region
Trigger area A+00 7 When "A+02" is set to ON (1), the data is written into "D+04 to D+53."
8 When data writing is complete, "B+03" is set to ON (1).
Read operation (light is lit) OK ERROR 9 When "A+02" is set to OFF (0), "B+03" is set to OFF (0).
Trigger response
B+00 When reading fails
Response area
region
1 "A+00" and "B+00" are set to OFF (0).
Writing data B+04 2 "A+01" is set to ON (1).
3 "A+00" is set to ON (1).
Data region Output data D+02... Read data ERROR 4 When the SR-1000 Series recognizes that "A+00" has been set to ON (1),
"B+00" is set to ON (1) and reading starts.
When reading is successful 5 "A+00" is set to OFF (0).
1 "A+00," "A+01," and "B+00" are set to OFF (0). 6 When the code cannot be read, "ERROR" is written to the send buffer, so
2 "A+00" is set to ON (1). "B+02" is set to ON (1).
3 When the SR-1000 Series recognizes that "A+00" has been set to ON (1), 7 When "A+02" is set to ON (1), "ERROR" is written into "D+04 to D+53."
"B+00" is set to ON (1) and reading starts. 8 When data writing is complete, "B+03" is set to ON (1).
4 When the code is read, its data is written into "D+04 to D+53." 9 When "A+02" is set to OFF (0), "B+03" is set to OFF (0).
5 "A+00" is set to OFF (0).
6 When the SR-1000 Series recognizes that "A+00" has been set to OFF (0), * Complete processing so that "A+02" is set to ON (1) when "B+03" is set to OFF
"B+00" is set to OFF (0). (0) and "B+02" is set to ON (1). This makes it possible to obtain all the data
even when multiple pieces of data are stored in the send buffer.
When reading fails
1 "A+00," "A+01," and "B+00" are set to OFF (0).
2 "A+00" is set to ON (1).
3 When the SR-1000 Series recognizes that "A+00" has been set to ON (1), Point The read data stored in the "D+04 to D+53" data region is overwritten
"B+00" is set to ON (1) and reading starts. with the new read data.
4 "A+00" is set to OFF (0). If the number of digits in the read data changes, parts of the previous
5 When the SR-1000 Series recognizes that "A+00" has been set to OFF (0), read data may remain in "D+04 to D+53." If necessary, delete the data
"B+00" is set to OFF (0) and reading stops. stored in "D+04 to D+53" after this data is sent.
Timing with which to transfer the data stored in "D+04 to D+53" to a
6 The code could not be read, so "ERROR" is written to "D+04 to D+53."
different block of data memory
"Real time processing:" Transfer the data when "B+04" is set to OFF
Example 2) Trigger method: One-shot trigger. Data writing method: Real (0).
time processing. "Sequential processing:" Transfer the data when "B+03" is set to ON
(1).
Memory When reading is
Signal name Address When reading fails
layout successful
Data write
A+01
Control processing method
region
Trigger area A+00

Read operation (light is lit) OK ERROR

Trigger response
B+00
Response area
region
Writing data B+04

Data region Output data D+02... Read data ERROR

When reading is successful


1 "A+00," "A+01," and "B+00" are set to OFF (0).
2 "A+00" is set to ON (1).
3 When the SR-1000 Series recognizes that "A+00" has been set to ON (1),
"B+00" is set to ON (1) and reading starts.
4 "A+00" is set to OFF (0).
5 When the code is read, its data is written into "D+04 to D+53."
6 When the "One-shot trigger duration" elapses, "B+00" is set to OFF (0) and
reading stops.
When reading fails
1 "A+00," "A+01," and "B+00" are set to OFF (0).
2 "A+00" is set to ON (1).
3 When the SR-1000 Series recognizes that "A+00" has been set to ON (1),
"B+00" is set to ON (1) and reading starts.
4 "A+00" is set to OFF (0).
5 When the "One-shot trigger duration" elapses, "B+00" is set to OFF (0) and
reading stops.
6 The code could not be read, so "ERROR" is written to "D+04 to D+53."

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Reference Program 13-5 PLC Link Error
This is a reference program for the use of the KV Series. In this program, error
handling is not considered, thus program by taking into account error handling
and test in actual operation. When a PLC Link Error Occurs
SR-1000 Series configuration When a PLC link error occurs, the SR-1000 Series exhibits the following behavior:
"E7 PLC LINK" is shown on the SR-1000 Series display.
It is assumed that the SR-1000 Series is configured as follows:
"ERR BUSY" is output from the output terminals.
Timing : Level trigger
Read mode : Single
Memory assignment : DM front address: DM1000
Control region address: R100
Response region address: R200
PLC link timing input : Yes
* To use on a trial basis, specify the PLC communication interface to the SR-1000
Series and configure communication for the KV Series.
Check Points
Real time processing
When a PLC link error occurs, check the following points:

Specifying alternate function Wiring


CR2008 #0 Is the cable between the SR-1000 Series and the PLC connected correctly?
Write "0" into DM1000 and set to use the
DW Are there any breaks in the cable?
alternate function.
DM1000
Timing input processing If you are communicating via RS-232C, is the wiring correct?
R000 R100
Input R000 as read timing.
Settings
Do the communication settings of the SR-1000 Series match those of the
Data processing
PLC?
R204
Program data to be written into Are the "memory layout" settings within the range of use of the PLC?
DM1004 or later.
Operation
END After the PLC settings were configured, was the PLC restarted?

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Recovering from PLC Link Errors
Sequential processing Restart the SR-1000 Series.
Press the SR-1000 Series [SELECT] button for 3 seconds.
Specifying sequential processing and alternate function When "Clear PLC link error" is assigned to IN1 or IN2, turn on IN1 or IN2.
CR2008 R101 Send the clear PLC link error command (PCLR) to the SR-1000 Series.
SET Set up the R101 and set it to sequential
processing. Send the reset command (RESET) to the SR-1000 Series.
#0
DW Write "0" into DM1000 and set to use the
Point
DM1000 alternate function. While a PLC link error is occurring, trigger input signals are not
Timing input processing accepted.
R000 R100 When PLC link errors are cleared, all the data stored in the send
Input R000 as read timing. buffer is cleared.
When you have specified to use a PLC, this setting may not be
Sequential processing applied until you restart the PLC. After you specify this setting, be
R102
sure to restart the PLC.
R202 R203
Use the data write request flag (R202),
data write enabled flag (R102), data
Data processing write complete flag (R203) to execute
R203 sequential processing.
Program read data to be written into
DM1004 or later.

END

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69 E SR-1000 UM
14-1 EtherNet/IP Overview SR-1000 Series EtherNet/IP Communication Specifications

Number of
16*
connections
What Is EtherNet/IP? Cyclic KEYENCE KV Series 4 to 1444 bytes
communication Rockwell Automation
EtherNet/IP is an industrial communications network managed by the ODVA Communication
(Implicit message) ControlLogix 4 to 496 bytes
(Open DeviceNet Vendor Association, Inc.). EtherNet/IP communication can share size
CompactLogix
the network with normal Ethernet communication.
OMRON CJ/CS Series 4 to 1436 bytes
Number of
Message 16*
Cyclic and Message Communication communication
connections
Applicable UCMM (unconnected type), Class 3 (connected
(Explicit message)
In EtherNet/IP, there is cyclic communication (Implicit message) that handles messaging methods type)
periodic sending and receiving of data, and there is also message communication * In total, there are 16 connections in cyclic communication and message com-
(Explicit message) which handles sending and receiving of commands/responses munication.
arbitrarily.

Cyclic communication Usable Functions


In cyclic communication, RPI (communication cycle) can be set according to the The functions that the SR-1000 Series can use with EtherNet/IP are shown below.
priority of data that is sent and received. Overall communication load adjusted
data can be sent and received. Function Description
Begins reading operation.
PLC Reading instruction
Also executes reading end, bank setting reading, etc.
Communication cycle (RPI) setting
EtherNet/IP Records successfully read data as preset data.
SR-1000 (1): 10 ms Preset instructions
SR-1000 (2): 50 ms Also registers or deletes preset data from the PLC.
SR-1000 (3): 1000 ms
Tuning instructions Executes tuning. Can save tuning results in the set bank.
SR-1000 (1) SR-1000 (2) SR-1000 (3) Checks the cause of the error that occurred in the main unit, and
RPI = 10 ms RPI = 50 ms RPI = 1000 ms
Error-handling returns the error.
The communication cycle (RPI) put together in order of priority can be set and network load can be adjusted. (Example: Buffer overflow check/cancellation)
Main unit status
Checks the main unit st