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In the U. To search for your local representative, from the Intermec web site, click Contact. This guide is for the person who is responsible for installing, configuring, and maintaining the SR This guide provides you with information about the features of the SR61, and how to install, configure, operate, maintain, and troubleshoot it. Before you work with the SR61, you should be familiar with your network and general networking terms, such as IP address.
You should also be familiar with Bluetooth communications. There may be other U. In this illustration, the scan engine option is V or 1D linear imager. For more information about the scanner options, see Scanning Bar Codes on page 8. You need to fully charge the battery before you can use the SR The battery pack used in this device may ignite, create a chemical burn hazard, explode, or release toxic materials if mistreated. Do not incinerate, disassemble, or heat above C F.
Do not short circuit; may cause burns. Keep away from children. Use only Intermec battery pack Model AB3. Use of incorrect battery pack may present risk of fire or explosion. Promptly dispose of used battery pack according to the instructions. Make sure you fully charge the battery before you start using the SR You can check your battery status at any time.
To check the battery status Pull the trigger. You need to charge the battery now. To turn on the SR61 Pull the trigger. When you pull the trigger to turn on the SR61, the scanner enters a discoverable state and remains discoverable for about 5 minutes.
While the SR61 is discoverable and in communications range, your host Bluetooth device can discover your SR61 and establish a Bluetooth connection. Note: If you have a near-far range imager, it may take up to 3 seconds for the status light to turn on after you pull the trigger.
If the status light on the SR61 turns red when you try to turn on the scanner, you need to charge the battery. For help, see Charging the Battery on page 3. The SR61 successfully scanned a configuration bar code. The battery is low. You need to charge the battery. You scanned a bar code, but the data was not sent to the host.
You scanned a configuration bar code and the SR61 did not accept it. Note: When the SR61 is in the 1-bay charger, the status light indicates the battery charging status.
For more information, see the instructions that ship with the charger. The SR61 is ready to scan bar codes and send data to the host computer. The SR61 is trying to establish a Bluetooth connection with the host computer, or the SR61 is moving out of range of the host computer. A Bluetooth connection to the host computer is not established. Understanding the Beeps The SR61 beeps to give you audio feedback when performing some functions. For example, you hear a beep each time you scan a valid bar code.
The SR61 connected to a Bluetooth host. A Bluetooth connection has been lost. Data was not successfully sent to the host. The SR61 is out of range of the host. A configuration bar code was not successfully scanned. You just scanned the Administrator Reset Factory Defaults bar code and the non-volatile memory is being written. Do not remove the battery or place the SR61 in a 1-bay charger until the tone stops.
Otherwise, the firmware memory may be corrupted. Once you find the misplaced SR61, pull the trigger to stop the beeps. For more information, see Stacked Code Crackle on page You can change the beep volume for your needs and environment. You can set the beep volume to Low quiet , Medium loud , or High very loud - default. You can also change the beeper duration and beeper frequency. For more information about the beeper commands, see Chapter 4, Configuration Command Reference.
Long-term exposure to the laser beam can damage your vision. The type of scan engine you are using and the type of bar code you are decoding determines the way you scan the bar code. Use EasySet version or later to enable and disable symbologies for your scanner.
EasySet is available at no charge from the Intermec web site at Before you can scan bar codes and send data to your data collection application, you need to establish a Bluetooth connection between your SR61 and the host device. To scan a bar code label with a laser scanner or 1D linear imager 1 Point the SR61 at the bar code label and hold the SR61 at a slight angle 15 to 25 cm 6 to 10 in from the label.
When the SR61 successfully reads a bar code label, the SR61 creates a single high beep and the status light briefly turns green. If Vibrate Alert is enabled, the SR61 briefly vibrates. Using Vibrate Alert To scan omni-directionally with the 2D or near-far range area imager 1 Point the scanner window at the bar code label and hold the SR61 steady a few inches from the label.
If you are scanning with a 2D imager, center the red aiming beam over the bar code label. If you are scanning with a near-far range area imager, position the red aiming beam just to the right of the center of the bar code label.
The aiming beam is smaller when the imager is closer to the bar code and larger when it is further away. You can configure the SR61 to vibrate when it successfully decodes a bar code.
This feature can be useful in these situations: You are in a noisy environment, such as a busy warehouse, where it can be difficult to hear the beep. You are working in a quiet environment, such as a library, where you do not want to make a lot of noise. For help, see Connecting to an Intermec Computer on page For help, see the instructions for your Bluetooth-enabled device.
Before connecting the SR61 to a host device, note the Bluetooth address for the: host Bluetooth device. When the SR61 successfully reads a bar code label, the SR61 creates a single high beep and the status light briefly turns green. If Vibrate Alert is enabled, the SR61 briefly vibrates.
Using Vibrate Alert To scan omni-directionally with the 2D or near-far range area imager 1 Point the scanner window at the bar code label and hold the SR61 steady a few inches from the label. If you are scanning with a 2D imager, center the red aiming beam over the bar code label.
If you are scanning with a near-far range area imager, position the red aiming beam just to the right of the center of the bar code label. The aiming beam is smaller when the imager is closer to the bar code and larger when it is further away. You can configure the SR61 to vibrate when it successfully decodes a bar code.
This feature can be useful in these situations: You are in a noisy environment, such as a busy warehouse, where it can be difficult to hear the beep.
You are working in a quiet environment, such as a library, where you do not want to make a lot of noise. For help, see Connecting to an Intermec Computer on page For help, see the instructions for your Bluetooth-enabled device. Before connecting the SR61 to a host device, note the Bluetooth address for the: host Bluetooth device. Bluetooth address Intermec Technologies Corp.
To connect to a host device, you may need to install EasySet, the Intermec configuration application that allows you to change settings on the SR For the SR61, you need EasySet version or later. If you do not have a Bluetooth association bar code label for your Intermec computer, use EasySet to create a Bluetooth connect bar code. For help, see the EasySet software. The SR61 beeps once, the green status light flashes once, and the blue Intermec Ready-to-Work indicator starts blinking.
On your Intermec computer, the Authen. Request dialog box appears. When the SR61 connects to your Intermec computer, the SR61 emits a series of beeps from low to high, and the blue Intermec Ready-to-Work indicator turns on and stays on.
The SR61 is ready to scan data. For help, see the documentation for your Intermec computer. For help, see the instructions that ship with the adapter. You can connect your SR61 to your host PC as a keyboard wedge. Connecting as a keyboard wedge lets your host PC receive data from the SR61 as it would from a keyboard.
You can use one of these applications: Intermec SmartWedge is a software wedge tool that allows you to scan data directly to your host PC application and configure the SR61 scanner from the PC using Intermec Settings.
For help, see the instructions that ship with SmartWedge. From the Window menu, select Change Registration. The Registration Form appears. The Options window appears. Note: You can use either the incoming or outgoing client or server COM port.
Your SR61 is connected to your host PC as a keyboard wedge. For more information about Keyport Lite, see the documentation that ships with the product. After you connect your SR61 to a host device, you are ready to start collecting data. The data collection method you use depends on whether you are using: an Intermec computer. To collect data with your SR61 1 Establish a Bluetooth connection. The data is entered into your application. These characteristics are controlled by configuration commands.
The values you set for these configuration commands determine how the scanner operates.
You can configure the SR using EasySet version or later. Send configuration commands to a bar code setup sheet. You do not need a Bluetooth connection to use this method. The first time you start EasySet, the Select product dialog box appears.
The Online Setup dialog box appears. This configurations are indicated with blue text. Your SR61 is updated with the new configuration command settings, and the settings are added to the bar code setup sheet.
When you scan bar code configuration commands, the SR61 emits a series of beeps unless the volume is turned off. One beep means you scanned a valid configuration command. Three beeps means you scanned an invalid configuration command.
For more information about EasySet, see the EasySet software. For descriptions of the configuration commands, see Chapter 4, Configuration Command Reference.
Note: When you first connect to an Intermec computer, only SR61 settings common to the Intermec computer s internal scanner settings are changed to the internal scanner s default settings. The SR61 is updated with the new configuration command settings. For a list of the default settings, see Configuration Commands By Function on page When you scan this bar code, you will lose Bluetooth communications.
SPP allows your SR61 to use the Bluetooth link as a serial port to communicate with your host device. You can send information from the SR61 to your serial application without having to modify your application.
Host device-initiated Bluetooth connection. The SR61 provides Bluetooth wireless security for transmitting data. By default, security is active on your SR For maximum security, you need to configure a Bluetooth PIN personal identification number.
This section assumes that you have already installed EasySet version or later. For enhanced security, you should configure your SR61 for limited discoverability, which allows the SR61 to be discoverable by Bluetooth management applications for only 30 seconds. For more information, see Bluetooth Discoverable on page Some possible solutions recommend scanning the Administrator Reset Factory Defaults bar code. Please read the following caution and note about this command. After you scan the Administrator Reset Factory Defaults bar code, the SR61 produces a continuous tone while writing to the non-volatile memory.
Scan the following bar code to reset the scanner to its default configuration and try establishing a connection again. When you pull the trigger, the Status light flashes red. When you pull the trigger, the red scanner beam does not turn on. The blue Intermec Ready-to- Work indicator is blinking. For help, see Paging the SR61 on page Charge the battery immediately, and then try scanning again. Possible Solution The SR61 may not be in a discoverable state.
For help, see Bluetooth Discoverable on page The SR61 may be connected and paired to another Bluetooth device. Scan the following bar code to reset the SR61 to its default settings and disconnect Bluetooth communications. Try establishing a connection again. Administrator Reset Factory Defaults You established a Bluetooth connection with an Intermec computer, and the settings on your SR61 were restored to their default values. Scan configuration bar codes, or use Intermec Settings on your Intermec computer to change your SR61 settings.
Scan this bar code to reset the scanner to its default configuration and default Bluetooth PIN of Administrator Reset Factory Defaults You pull the trigger to scan a data bar code, the SR61 does not beep, and the scanner beam starts blinking.
You scan a bar code, the Status light flashes red for two seconds, and the scanner beeps three times. You are using the SR61 in keyboard wedge mode, and when you try to scan a bar code, nothing happens. Data transmission may be slow if there is interference with Bluetooth communications or if the SR61 is too far from the host device. For more information, see Trigger Mode on page The SR61 may not be connected to a host. Make sure the blue Intermec Ready-to-Work indicator is on and the SR61 is connected to your host device.
Try these possible solutions: Make sure that your data collection application is open and running. If you are using Keyport Lite, make sure that you pressed the Start button. When you reset your SR61, the scanner control firmware is restarted. If you have a Bluetooth connection, the SR61 disconnects from the host device. After a reset, the SR61 tries to reestablish a Bluetooth connection with the host device.
Note: By default, the Bluetooth Device Page command is disabled. You need to enable the command on the SR61 before you can use it. For help, see the EasySet software version or later. Your SR61 beeps continuously either for 1 minute or until you find your SR61 and pull the trigger.
When you upgrade your SR61 firmware, you update the SR61 processor firmware as well. The current settings are erased and replaced with the default settings for the SR