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RealScan 7875

Installation/Owner Guide

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Information Products
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NCR RealScan 7875 Installation/Owner Guide

The program products described in this book are licensed products of NCR
Corporation. It is the policy of NCR to improve products as new technology,
components, software, and firmware become available. Therefore, NCR reserves the
right to change specifications without prior notice. All features, functions, and
operations described herein may not be marketed by NCR in all parts of the world.
Therefore, before using this document, consult your NCR representative or NCR office
for information that is applicable and current.
NOTE: Connection of EPOS/PC terminals to weighing or measuring devices requires
governmental approval before the connected devices can by placed into service for
retail trade. Before connecting any NCR device to a retail weighing or measuring
system contact the NCR, Weights and Measures Coordinator, Retail Atlanta to
authenticate that NCR Certificates of Conformance/Approval are not infringed.

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Contents
Contents ........................................................................................................................................3
Revision Record ...........................................................................................................................5
Obtaining Additional Information ............................................................................................6
Obtaining Technical Assistance .................................................................................................6
Scanner Models ............................................................................................................................7
Installation Instructions ..............................................................................................................8
Step 1 – Verify Checkstand Preparation ...................................................................................9
Checkstand Cutout – RealScan 7875-1000/2000................................................................9
Checkstand Cutout – RealScan 7875-3000 ........................................................................10
Checkstand Cutout – RealScan 7875-4000 ........................................................................11
Checkstand Cutout – RealScan 7875-7000/8000..............................................................12
Display Clarence ...................................................................................................................13
Service Clearance ..................................................................................................................13
Item Diverter..........................................................................................................................14
Ventilation Requirements ....................................................................................................14
Electrical Wiring to the Checkstand ...................................................................................15
Hole Requirements for Cables.............................................................................................16
Step 2 – Connect the Cables......................................................................................................17
Single Cable Installation.......................................................................................................17
Dual Cable Installation.........................................................................................................18
RealScan 7875-7000/8000.....................................................................................................19
Bizerba Scale Installation .....................................................................................................20
RS-232 Peripheral Cables .....................................................................................................21
Power Supply Location ........................................................................................................21
Step 3 – Install RealScan 7875 in Checkstand.........................................................................22
Set the Communications Protocol Switch ..........................................................................22
Installing the RealScan 7875 into the Checkstand Cutout ...............................................23
Align the RealScan 7875 to the Checkstand.......................................................................23
Step 4 – Calibrate the Scale.......................................................................................................25
Exercise the Scale ..................................................................................................................25
Access the Calibration Switch .............................................................................................26
Calibrate the Scale.................................................................................................................27
Verify the Calibration ...........................................................................................................27
Secure the Calibration Switch..............................................................................................29
Step 5 – Check the Scanner Operation ....................................................................................30
Setting the Program Parameters .........................................................................................30
Scan Sample Tags..................................................................................................................31
Operating the Scanner...............................................................................................................32
Operating the Scale....................................................................................................................33
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.........................................56 Declaration of Conformity..............................................................35 Correcting Scale Problems ......................................................................................38 Determining the Communication Protocol ........................................................................................................................................................................................1 .............................36 Reduced Space Symbology...........................................................................54 Regulatory Information......................................59 Laser Power ........................................................................................51 3 2 – Miscellaneous Parameters.......................................................................................................3 ............................................................................................................................................................................................37 RSS Expanded.....42 1 4 – Bar Codes .............................................................................37 RSS Programming ............................49 2 2 – RS-232 Prefix Byte .................................................2 .....................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................55 Federal Communications Commission (FCC) Radio Frequency Interference Statement......................................................................50 2 3 – RS-232 Terminator Byte...................................................................................................................................NCR RealScan 7875 Installation/Owner Guide Cleaning the RealScan 7875 ............................................................................................................................................................4 .........................................................48 2 1 – RS-232 Parameters ..................................................................................................................58 IEC Class 1 Laser Identification ......................................................................47 2 0 – RS-232 Parameters ............................52 3 6 – Dual Cable Interface Options .......................................................................................................................................................................53 ASCII Code Chart ...........................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................41 1 2 – Timers ...40 1 0 – Communications Protocol...............................46 1 6 – Label Identifiers........................................................................................................................................................................41 1 3 – Bar Codes ...............................37 RSS-14 Stacked ............................................................................................................39 Programming Worksheets ....................................................57 Laser Safety.......................................................................................................................44 1 5 – Bar Codes ..............................................................................................................................................................................................................................................2 ...........................................55 Voluntary Control Council for Interference (VCCI) Radio Frequency Interference Statement.....................................................................................................................................37 RSS Expanded Stacked.............51 3 0 – Scale Parameters...............................................34 Correcting Scanner Problems ............................................................................................................................50 2 4 – RS-232 Communications Options .......................................................................58 Laser Safety and Name Plate Labels ..................36 Isolating Bizerba Scale Problem.......1 ..................................40 1 1 – Good Read Tone...............................................................................59 4 of 60 12/02 497-0001843 Release H ...............................................................................................................................55 Canadian Department of Communications Radio Frequency Interference Statement55 Scale Regulatory........45 1 7 – Bar Codes ......37 RSS-14 ...................................58 Laser Module Label ........................................................................................................................................................

36 8.NCR RealScan 7875 Installation/Owner Guide Revision Record 497-0001843 Release H Date Issue Pages Remarks 09/30/1996 12/10/1997 07/09/1998 11/23/1998 A B C D 2/19/1999 11/9/1999 10/08/2001 12/17/02 E F G H 1 though 64 All 5 6 10 11. 32. 15. 12 17-21 30. 44 All First Printing Complete Revision Added 7875-3000 Information Added 7875-3000 Cutout Drawing Added Hole Requirements for Cables Added 7825 Compact Display Modified Scale Calibration Updated Programming Parameters Added 7875-4005 Information Added Super ASIC and 7875-7000/8000 Information 12/02 5 of 60 . 35. 32. 20.

AtlantaGA. • • • Technical assistance in the United States: 1-800-262-7782 Technical assistance in other countries: call your local NCR office To order parts: 1-800-438-7830 Note: If you find any defective parts during installation of a new scanner.info.CO (NCR only) M (US area) • http://www.COM (Anyone) • M0500005@exchange. contact the Customer Satisfaction Hotline at one of the following. NCR.COM • IP136695@exchange. • • • 6 of 60 Phone: 1-800-528-8658 (USA) Phone: 770-623-7400 (International) E-mail: CustomerSat.NCR.COM (International) Online Order • Connect System (NCR only) Mail Order • NCR Corporation IPP-Dayton Phone Order 1529 Brown St.com 12/02 497-0001843 Release H .Retail@NCR.UnitedKingdom.NCR.DaytonOH. • 800-543-2010 (US area) IPP EMD-2 • 622-3727 (VOICEplus) Dayton.NCR RealScan 7875 Installation/Owner Guide Obtaining Additional Information Order Number Other Information Products Title B005-0000-1085 B005-0000-1086 BST0-2121-74 BD20-1074-A NCR RealScan 7875 User Guide NCR RealScan 7875 Repair Guide NCR Scanner Programming Tags NCR Scanner/Scale Interface Programmer's Guide How To Obtain Information Products Web Sites E-Mail • http://inforetail. OH 45479 • 44-181-242-5350 (International) USA • NCR Corporation Fax Order 915 High Road • 937-445-6245 (US area) North Finchley 44 (0) 20 8 242 5355 (International) London N12 0HN United Kingdom Obtaining Technical Assistance Technical assistance is available as follows.ncr.

The following table gives the major models. Model 497-0001843 ASIC 7875-1000 • 7875-10xx • 7875-12xx Single/Dual ASIC Super ASIC 7875-2000 • 7875-20xx • 7875-22xx Single/Dual ASIC Super ASIC 7875-3000 • 7875-30xx • 7875-32xx Single/Dual ASIC Super ASIC 7875-4000 • 7875-40xx • 7875-42xx Single/Dual ASIC Super ASIC 7875-7000 • 7875-72xx Super ASIC 7875-8000 • 7875-82xx Super ASIC Release H Description Full Size – Scanner Only Full Size – Scanner / Scale Compact Scanner Only Compact Scanner – Price Computing Scale Ready Deep Bucket – Scanner Only – Sensormatic Deactivation Deep Bucket – Scanner / Scale – Sensormatic Deactivation 12/02 7 of 60 . Within these there are several sub-models.NCR RealScan 7875 Installation/Owner Guide Scanner Models The RealScan 7875 is available in several different configurations.

NCR RealScan 7875 Installation/Owner Guide Installation Instructions When installing a RealScan 7875. Step 1 Verify Checkstand Preparation .Page 22 Set Communications Protocol Switch Put the 7875 in Checkstand Cutout Align the 7875 to the Checkstand Step 4 Calibrate the Scale . it is recommended that you follow the installation steps shown in the following diagram.Page 9 Checkstand Cutout Display Clearance Service Clearance Item Diverter Ventilation Requirements Electrical Wiring Cable Hole Requirements Step 2 Connect the Cables . Skip step 4 if your unit does not have a scale.Page 17 Power Supply Remote Display Interface Cables RS-232 Peripheral Cable Step 3 Install RealScan 7875 in Checkstand .Page 30 Modify Program Parameters Scan Valid Bar Code Tags 16045 8 of 60 12/02 497-0001843 Release H .Page 25 Exercise the Scale Access Calibration Switch Perform Calibration Validate the Calibration Secure Calibration Switch Step 5 Check the Scanner Operation .

3.95 cm 1 3/8 in. 29.51 cm 20 1/16 in.0 cm 7 in.27 cm 17 5/16 in. 497-0001843 A B C D E 7875-1000 Scanner 11 5/8 in.78 cm 7 1/4 in.10 cm I 7 1/4 in.49 cm G 5 1/8 in.95 cm 1 3/8 in.49 cm 3/8 in. 17. 18.42 cm Release H 12/02 Note: Dimension A for a RealScan 7875-2000 includes a spacer along each side of the unit so that it fits an existing RealScan 7870-2000 cutout.0 cm H 7 1/8 in. 3.42 cm 7875-2000 Scanner/Scale 1 3/8 in. 1. 43. 18.97 cm 7875-2000 Scanner/Scale 12 1/16 in. 3.NCR RealScan 7875 Installation/Owner Guide Step 1 – Verify Checkstand Preparation Checkstand Cutout – RealScan 7875-1000/2000 B C E D C A I H D G D C C *F E F A B No electronics under RealScan 7875 *Recommended shelf to catch 7875-1000 and 7875-2000 if dropped during installation. 13. 3.95 cm 17 5/16 in. 18. 13. 50.97 cm 7875-1000 Scanner F 1 3/8 in. 30. 50.63 cm 20 1/16 in. 14956 9 of 60 .49 cm 1/2 in. 0. 43.49 cm 5 1/8 in.

the shelf should be open at the front and back.47 cm 14 3/4 F 12.95 cm 3/8 in. 3. 7 1/4 in.NCR RealScan 7875 Installation/Owner Guide Checkstand Cutout – RealScan 7875-3000 B C D A H G F D C E A No electronics under RealScan 7875 B A B C D E 29.96 cm 16 1/8 in.54 cm G 18. 7 1/8 in. Also.49 cm 1 3/8 in.42 cm 4 15/16 in.10 cm H 18. 40. 10 of 60 12/02 16640 497-0001843 Release H . Note: The RealScan 7875-3000 MUST sit on a shelf below the checkstand surface.51 cm 11 5/8 in. 37. 0.

0 cm 5 1/8 in. 17 5/16 in 7 1/8 in.5 in.42 cm 11.21 cm B 43.26 11 5/8 in. 17 7/16 in.10 cm D 18. H 13. 7 1/4 in. 19306 11 of 60 .94 cm C 18. 497-0001843 Release H 44. Also. the shelf should be open at the front and back. 12/02 Note: The RealScan 7875-4000 MUST sit on a shelf below the checkstand surface.51 cm 5 1/16 in.93 cm 29.NCR RealScan 7875 Installation/Owner Guide Checkstand Cutout – RealScan 7875-4000 G F D C E H A F No electronics under the RealScan 7875 B A 29. E F G 12.

49 cm 3/8 in.95 cm 1 3/8 in.42 cm 7875-8200 Scanner/Scale 1 3/8 in. 18. 1. 50. 43.95 cm 1 3/8 in. 29.1 cm 7 in. 18.63 cm 20 1/16 in. 3. 30. 18. 17.49 cm G 7 1/8 in. 0. 18.49 cm 7 1/8 in. 18. 20551 12/02 497-0001843 Release H . Note: Dimension A for a 7875-7200 includes a spacer along each side of the unit so that it fits an existing 7870-2000 cutout.95 cm 17 5/16 in.49 cm 1/2 in.NCR RealScan 7875 Installation/Owner Guide Checkstand Cutout – RealScan 7875-7000/8000 B C E D C A I H D D C G C *F F E A B No electronics under RealScan 7875 12 of 60 A B C D E 7875-7200 Scanner 11 5/8 in.10 cm I 7 1/4 in. 3. 50. 43.1 cm H 7 1/8 in. 3.97 cm 7875-7200 Scanner F 1 3/8 in.78 cm 7 1/4 in.97 cm 7875-8200 Scanner/Scale 12 1/16 in.27 cm 17 5/16 in. 3.42 cm * Recommended shelf to catch RealScan 7875 if dropped during installation.51 cm 20 1/16 in.

6 cm) minimum if checkstand structure is not removable for servicing. B Item Flow Area A A C All Installations Installations Without An Integrated Display A = 8.0 cm) minimum clearance to closest checkstand panel.1in.5 cm) minimum if checkstand structure is removable for servicing. C = 5. 30 60 60 14954 Service Clearance Mounting surface for keyboard must be removable for servicing and vertical window replacement.0 in. (17.0 in. 1. 497-0001843 Release H 12/02 14955 13 of 60 .NCR RealScan 7875 Installation/Owner Guide Display Clarence 50 This area must be clear for viewing optional integrated display. B = 14. (20. The 7875-1000/2000/4005 must not be supported by this panel.8 cm) minimum if checkstand structure is removable for servicing. (2.3 cm) minimum if checkstand structure is not removable for servicing.0 in. 7.0 in. (13. (35.

NCR RealScan 7875 Installation/Owner Guide Item Diverter 7. the ambient temperature inside the checkstand cannot be higher than 7° C (12.6° F). For example.6° F) above the ambient temperature outside the checkstand. there must be adequate convection airflow.4° C (76° F). the ambient temperature inside the checkstand cannot be greater than 31.4 cm) Item Diverter (Must be removable to service Scanner/Scale in checkstand) 14957 Ventilation Requirements The RealScan 7875 is designed to operate without an exhaust fan in the checkstand. however. The ambient temperature inside the checkstand cannot be higher than 40° C (104° F).4° C (88. If the checkstand contains other heat producing equipment. if the ambient temperature outside the checkstand is 24. you may need to use forced air to keep the temperature within the specified range.25 in. (18. However. 14 of 60 12/02 497-0001843 Release H . air coming into or leaving the checkstand MUST NOT enter or exit past the RealScan 7875. Also.

European 220Vac 220Vac European double-pole. L2 Circuit Breakers International 100Vac to 120Vac 100Vac to 120Vac Standard single-pole. Neutral and Ground Bus Feeder wiring and insulated ground from main service panel to distribution panel to be run in metal conduit. Canada.S. Note: NCR circuits must be dedicated to NCR equipment or other logically connected electronic equipment (modems..) L1 Circuit B: Terminal L2 Circuit C: Scanner/Scale Receptacle should be easily accessible and near the Scanner/Scale Neutral Bus Distribution Panel Isolated Ground Receptacles Installation Type U. N Conduit Circuit A: Checkstand Belt Motor Checkstand Frame Note: The electrical wiring must meet all electrical codes. R0121 Note: The RealScan 7875 outlet in the checkstand must be connected to a circuit breaker switch. This switch must be located close to the operator and is used as the On/Off switch for the RealScan 7875. Equip. Circuit Breakers Isolated/Insulated Ground Bus NCR circuits should be run in separate metal Conduits. value determined by type of device 220Vac to 240Vac 220Vac to 240Vac branch and by electrical code. 497-0001843 Release H 12/02 15 of 60 . laws. DAA. etc. & Japan Input Voltage L1. and regulations.NCR RealScan 7875 Installation/Owner Guide Electrical Wiring to the Checkstand Input Voltage L3 G Main Service Panel Belt Control Lighting Misc. bridges.

you might have to drill holes in some of the panels.90 centimeters (3/4 inch) 1. You must also ensure that there are no sharp edges to cut the cable.12 feet) 1. The following table gives the minimum hole size for each of the RealScan 7875 cables. The holes must be large enough for the connector on one end of the cable to pass through.24 feet) 4.90 centimeters (3/4 inch) 1.22 meters (4 feet) 1. Cable Cable Length Minimum Hole Size Power Cord – Outlet to Power Supply Power Cord – Power Supply to RealScan 7875 Interface Cable 3.18 centimeters (3/4 inch) 1.52 centimeters (1/2 inch) 8.0 meters (12.90 centimeters (3/4 inch) Remote Display Cable 16 of 60 12/02 497-0001843 Release H .24 feet) 4.0 meters (26.0 meters (26.NCR RealScan 7875 Installation/Owner Guide Hole Requirements for Cables When you run the various cables through the checkstand.12 feet) 8.05 meters (10 feet) 3.90 centimeters (3/4 inch) 1.0 meters (12.

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Step 2 – Connect the Cables
There are several cables associated with the RealScan 7875, some are required with
every installation and some are optional, depending on the system. Check to make sure
that you have all the necessary cables for your installation. Connect the cables according
to one of the following illustrations.

Single Cable Installation

Power
Supply

SCANNER

DUAL PERIPHERAL PORTS

PORT 1

5V

AC
Power
Cord

REMOTE
DISPLAY
5A MAX

DC
POWER

Check switch settings

PORT 2

RealScan 7875

RS-232
Peripheral

DC
Power Cable

Interface
Cable

Remote
Display

Host
Terminal

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AUX PORT/
DATA CHKR

SCANNER

DUAL PERIPHERAL PORTS

PORT 1

5V

REMOTE
DISPLAY
5A MAX

DC
POWER

Check switch settings

PORT 2

AC
Power
Cord

RealScan 7875
Power
Supply

DC
Power Cable

RS-232
Peripheral

Scale
Interface
Cable
Remote
Display

Host
Terminal

Scanner
Interface
Cable
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SCANNER

DUAL PERIPHERAL PORTS

PORT 1

5V

AC
Power
Cord

REMOTE
DISPLAY
5A MAX

DC
POWER

Check switch settings

Power
Supply

PORT 2

RealScan 7875
Sensormatic
Deactivation
Cable

DC
Power
Cable

Sensormatic
Controller

Sensormatic
Interlock
Cable

RS-232
Peripheral

Remote
Display

Interface
Cable

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NCR RealScan 7875 Installation/Owner Guide Bizerba Scale Installation 5V AC Power Cord SCANNER REMOTE DISPLAY 5A MAX DC POWER Check switch settings RealScan 7875 Power Supply DC Power Cable Interface Cable Scale Cable kg T kg Preis/kg Preis Bizerba Display Host Terminal 19318 20 of 60 12/02 497-0001843 Release H .

In these cases. NCR recommends that you install an extension cable. J1 P1 1 J1 Wire Number P1 8 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 1 8 16046 Power Supply Location Locate the Power Supply in a convenient place inside the checkstand.NCR RealScan 7875 Installation/Owner Guide RS-232 Peripheral Cables The cable on some RS-232 hand-held peripheral devices is not long enough to connect to the RealScan 7875 (under the checkstand) and still permit easy use of the device. However. it should be approximately 39 inches (1 meter) long with 8-pin phone type connectors on each end. You can obtain one from NCR (Corporate ID Number 1416-C313-0040) or you can make your own. If you make your own. It must be close enough for the Power Cable to reach the RealScan 7875. do not place the Power Supply where spilled liquids can run down onto it. 497-0001843 Release H 12/02 21 of 60 .

Single cable units have one switch. The switches are located on the Interface Board and you can access them through holes in the side of the unit. For all other communication protocols. both switches must be toward the front (operator side) of the unit. For RS-232 communications. Before setting the RealScan 7875 into the cutout in the checkstand.NCR RealScan 7875 Installation/Owner Guide Step 3 – Install RealScan 7875 in Checkstand Set the Communications Protocol Switch Note: RealScan 7875 Super ASIC models do not have Communications Protocol Switches. Continue on to the next task. both switches must be toward the back (customer side) of the unit. AUX PORT/ DATACHKR SCANNER DATACHKR OCIA/IBM Make sure power is off before changing switch setting RS-232 RS-232 Switches 14960 22 of 60 12/02 497-0001843 Release H . verify that the Communications Protocol Switch is properly set. dual cable units have two.

an item should easily slide from the checkstand onto the Top Plate and then from the Top Plate onto the checkstand. If the Top Plate is properly aligned with the checkstand. Note: It is important that the RealScan 7875 does not rock on its supports. The trailing edge of the Top Plate must be flush or up to 1/16 in. (0. 497-0001843 Release H 12/02 23 of 60 . Be careful not to damage any of the cables. After the unit is properly sitting on its supports.15 cm) below the top of the checkstand. The following illustration shows this alignment. Adjust the RealScan 7875 supports to align the Top Plate with the checkstand. (0. 15184B 15184A Align the RealScan 7875 to the Checkstand The leading edge of the Top Plate must be flush or up to 1/16 in.NCR RealScan 7875 Installation/Owner Guide Installing the RealScan 7875 into the Checkstand Cutout Grasp the RealScan 7875 as shown and lower it into the checkstand cutout. Make sure that all adjustable supports are securely fastened and that the RealScan 7875 is sitting on all supports. Note: The four adjustable support posts on the Scale Hinge Assembly are set at the factory.15 cm) above the top of the checkstand. install the Top Plate. Do not attempt to adjust the Top Plate using these posts.

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If you are installing a RealScan 7875-4000 with a Bizerba scale do not attempt to calibrate the scale. then turning it back on with no weight on the Top Plate.0 kg 15.0 lb. 5. The display alternates between Cal xxx and PAr xxx. 2. 497-0001843 Release H 12/02 0.0 kg 30. you must be certified to calibrate the scale.5 kg 5.0 kg 0.0 lb. Some host terminals can cause interference that can invalidate the scale calibration. you can reset the scale by turning off the power. Note: Be sure the Interface Cable between the RealScan 7875 and the host terminal is disconnected during scale calibration. Note: You MUST calibrate the scale when you install a RealScan 7875. However. You can display the audit trail count on an Integrated. This is a building procedure in which you start with no weight (0) and sequentially add and remove weight to obtain the values shown in the chart. The audit trail records the number of times the scale has been calibrated.0 kg 5. Go through this procedure four times. you must use a certified weight set to calibrate and certify the scale. or Field Service Calibration Display by pressing the Scale Zero Button on the Operator Display Panel. The RealScan 7875 maintains an audit trail of scale calibration and programming activity.0 lb. 0. Weight Feature Total Weight on Top Plate 9. To be in compliance with governmental weights and measures regulations.5 kg 5. 10. Add and remove weight to your scale in the order given in the following chart.0 kg 5.0 kg 0. Exercise the Scale You must exercise the scale before performing a calibration. used in a RealScan 7875-4000.0 lb.5 kg 2. 5.0 kg 15.5 kg 2.995 kg 30. Note: Calibration information is NOT sent to the host terminal.0 lb. 25 of 60 .0 lb. but continue to Step 5 – Check the Scanner Operation.0 lb. 0 kg 15. Also. Remote 7825. If this condition is not met. is calibrated at the factory and cannot be calibrated in the field. 2. If your RealScan 7875 does not have voice enabled or does not have an integrated or remote display. You can calibrate the scale after power has been supplied for 30 minutes if the ambient temperature has been 20° C (68° F) for at least 24 hours.0 kg 0. you must use a Field Service Calibration Display.0 lb.995 kg 13.0 kg 0. then the scale must be on for at least 6 hours before you can calibrate it.NCR RealScan 7875 Installation/Owner Guide Step 4 – Calibrate the Scale Note: The Bizerba computing scale.

if one is included.NCR RealScan 7875 Installation/Owner Guide Access the Calibration Switch The Calibration Switch is located below the Top Plate. Note: If your RealScan 7875 has a Produce Guard. it must also be removed to access the Calibration Switch. Remove the Top Plate and Produce Guard. Calibration Switch Security Cover Screw Wire Seal Calibration Switch 16047 26 of 60 12/02 497-0001843 Release H . Also remove the seal if one is present. Rotate the Calibration Switch Cover to gain access to the Calibration Switch. to gain access to the Calibration Switch Cover. Lift the Cover up to remove. Calibration Switch Cover 14962 Remove the screw that secures the Calibration Switch Cover.

00 lb. 9.) 5.005 kg 10.995 kg 13.0 ± 0.1 kg 0. Increasing Load Test This test checks the scale’s accuracy when incrementally adding weight to the center of the top plate.995 kg 13.) Ready C-05 kg (15 lb.005 kg 20. Note: Do NOT remove any weight from the Top Plate.0 lb. 2.995 kg 30. Display Add Weight Ready C-2.00 kg 0. 2.0 ± 0. 2 3 4 5 Remove Weight 0.) Ready C-10 kg (30 lb.2 lb.5 kg (05 lb.0 lb.00 kg 0.) Ready 0.0 lb. Follow the sequence of steps in the following chart.995 kg 30.0 lb. 0.) 2.00 kg (30.0 ± 0.5 kg 2.NCR RealScan 7875 Installation/Owner Guide Calibrate the Scale 1.995 kg 10. Step Weight Feature Add Weight 1 9.005 kg 13.50 kg (10. 2.00 kg (15. 2.995 kg 13. It contains a series of four tests that must be run in the continuous sequence given.495 kg 3.00 kg 2. 7.00 lb.0 ± 0. Install the Produce Guard if one is included then install the Top Plate. Use weights that correspond to the RealScan 7875 weight feature. 3.995 kg 13.5 kg 4.) Verify the Calibration The scale accuracy test meets government requirements of testing the accuracy of the scale after performing a scale calibration.995 kg 30.995 kg 30.5 ± 0.1 kg 0. then quickly lower the Top Plate.50 kg (5.000 kg (0.) 2.995 ± 0.005 kg 30.00 lb.0 lb.995 kg 13.00 kg 5.0 ± 0.5 ± 0.01 lb.995 ± 0.2 lb.00 lb.01 lb.1 kg 0.) Remove Weight 10.5 kg 5.005 kg 10.0 ± 0. 2. 9. 2. 5. 9.0 lb.). Raise the front edge of the Top Plate enough to access the Calibration Switch and press it.5 kg 3.01 lb.0 lb. 497-0001843 Release H 12/02 27 of 60 . Display Result 0.5 kg 5.0 kg 10.1 ± 0.0 ± 0.00 lb.2 ± 0.1 kg 0.) Ready C-00 kg (00 lb.995 kg 30.1 ± 0.00 lb. Press the Scale Zero Button to display the Cal and PAr values.005 kg 7. 9.0 lb.00 lb.0 lb. Record these values. 9.5 ± 0. The display should show Ready C-00 kg (00 lb.

995 kg 30.04 kg 0. Remove Weight Display Result 2. Decreasing Load Test This test checks the scale’s accuracy when incrementally removing weight from the top plate.1 ± 0.005 kg 10.0 kg 7.5 kg 2.0 lb.1 kg 0.0 ± 0.1 kg 0. 2 3 4 28 of 60 Add Weight 0.995 kg 30. do not remove any of the weights prior to running this test.995 kg 13.NCR RealScan 7875 Installation/Owner Guide Over-Capacity Test This test checks for the proper indication from the scale when too much weight is placed on the top plate. Step Weight Feature 1 9. 2.00 kg 0.995 kg 13.08 lb.00 kg 2.995 kg 13.----.00 lb.005 kg 13. Step Weight Feature Add Weight 1 9. 5.08 lb.01 lb. Note: This test must immediately follow the over-capacity test.0 ± 0. 9.995 kg 30. 9. 7. 2.995 kg 30.995 kg 30.1 kg 0.0 lb.04 kg 0. Place additional weight on the center of the top plate as shown in the following chart.995 kg 10. The display shows a series of dashes to indicate an over-capacity condition. 12/02 497-0001843 Release H .2 ± 0.0 ± 0. Note: This test must immediately follow the increasing load test.0 lb.995 kg 13.0 lb.----.00 lb. 9.00 lb.0 lb.01 lb.1 kg 0.495 kg 3. 0.0 lb.0 ± 0. 9.04 kg 0.5 ± 0.995 kg 13. do not remove any of the weights prior to running this test.00 kg 0.995 ± 0.0 ± 0.995 kg 13.0 ± 0.0 lb.005 kg 30.04 kg 0.00 kg 5. Use weights that correspond to the RealScan 7875 weight feature. --. 0. 2 Remove Weight Display Result 0.5 kg 15.0 lb.--9. Note: Do NOT remove any weight from the Top Plate.0 ± 0.5 ± 0.995 kg 30.0 lb.5 ± 0. 0.1 ± 0. Use the weight that corresponds to the RealScan 7875 weight feature. 0.995 ± 0.5 kg 5.2 lb.005 kg 20.00 kg 0.2 lb.00 kg 0.

000 ± 0. Move the weight to position 2 on the Top Plate. This may be done with a Lead/Wire Seal (NCR part number 603-8001097) using a Lead/Wire Seal Press (NCR part number 603-9000157) or a Film/Paper seal (obtained locally). also. 497-0001843 Release H 12/02 29 of 60 .). Move the weight to position 1 again. The type of seal you use depends on your local laws. 4. 5.). 6. Repeat step 2 for positions 3.00 kg (15. 4. NOTE: In the United States and Canada.005 kg (15. Place 5.NCR RealScan 7875 Installation/Owner Guide Shift Test This test involves moving a weight off the center point of the top plate to check for continued accuracy. Weights and Measures officials may be required to attach the seal.00 ± 0. Record the Cal and PAr values shown on the display.00 ± 0.) of weight in position 1 on the Top Plate. 1.00 lb.00 lb. the audit trail can serve as an acceptable security seal if an Integrated Display or NCR 7825 Display is used as the weight display.000kg (0. and 5. Remove all weights.01 lb. The display should show 5. someone must seal the Calibration Switch Cover. Press the Scale Zero Button. 3. 5 2 1 4 3 14967 Secure the Calibration Switch When you perform a scale calibration.00 ± 0. The display should read 0. 2.

NCR RealScan 7875 Installation/Owner Guide Step 5 – Check the Scanner Operation Now you need to make any necessary programming changes to the RealScan 7875 and then scan some bar codes to assure the scanner is working properly. Enter the Base Programming State by scanning the Programming Mode tag. must be first tag scanned after applying power. To make changes to the program parameters. Following are three major steps for making program changes. 1. identified by a heavy box. Most programming options have defaults. enter information from the Programming Worksheets located toward the back of this book. if you do need to make changes. 3. The RealScan 7875 does not have an On/Off switch. Either turn off the host terminal or disconnect the interface cable before scanning any programming tags. 30 of 60 12/02 497-0001843 Release H . The Programming Worksheets identify all the available program parameters. Each worksheet relates to a specific programming mode. Note: In most cases the factory determined defaults are the correct parameter setting. 2. Use the circuit breaker switch in the checkstand that supplies power to the unit as the On/Off switch. Scanning the Default tag as the first tag after applying power to the unit sets the parameters to these values. Changing the RealScan 7875 program is accomplished by scanning the proper sequence of programming tags. However. it is recommended that you first set all parameters to default values then make any necessary changes to the appropriate parameters. Select a Programming Worksheet and enter its parameter data by scanning the appropriate Hex tags. which are determined at the factory. Save the program by scanning the Save and Reset tag. Setting the Program Parameters Caution: Some host terminals can corrupt the RealScan 7875 program if they are running and are connected to the RealScan 7875 while you are making program changes.

The defaults are UPC-A enabled and the others disabled. the RealScan 7875 must be programmed to read these tags.NCR RealScan 7875 Installation/Owner Guide Scan Sample Tags Now you should scan some sample tags to verify that the RealScan 7875 is communicating with the host terminal. Following are four good tags that you can use. UPC-A 77062 37920 1 4 Code 39 1 7 7 0 6 2 3 7 9 2 0 Code 128 1 7 7 0 6 2 3 7 9 2 0 Interleaved 2 of 5 01 77 0 62 37 9 20 497-0001843 Release H 12/02 31 of 60 . however.

then turns Red. across the scanner. located in the checkstand. the Status Indicator Flashes Green. The operator has no access to any laser module components. The correct way to scan is to slide an item from the checkstand. With a good scan.NCR RealScan 7875 Installation/Owner Guide Operating the Scanner The RealScan 7875 is a fixed position device that is installed in a checkout counter. Status Indicator 14966 32 of 60 12/02 497-0001843 Release H . that supplies power to the unit. The RealScan 7875 is maintained and serviced by trained service personnel only. you turn it on and off by using the circuit breaker switch. Be sure this switch is in the On position. It is not handled or moved by the operator during operation. The RealScan 7875 does not have a power switch. Nothing happens if the bar code is not read. However. The Status Indicator on the Operator Display Panel is Red when the RealScan 7875 is ready. and back onto the checkstand.

If not. Before weighing an item. larger items may rest against it. the longer it takes. make sure the scale display is displaying all zeros. Make sure the item does not overhang onto the checkstand. Status Indicator Integrated Display Scale Zero Button Top Plate 16048 Note: If you have a RealScan 7875-4000 with a Bizerba scale. 497-0001843 Release H 12/02 33 of 60 .0 seconds to weigh an item. refer to the Bizerba document for additional scale operating procedures if needed. whatever is weighed must fit fully on the Top Plate. press the Scale Zero Button.NCR RealScan 7875 Installation/Owner Guide Operating the Scale The RealScan 7875 typically takes from 1. Nothing happens if the scale cannot weigh an item. When the scale weighs an item. The heavier the item. If the RealScan 7875 includes the Produce Guard. the Status Indicator flashes Green and a good weigh tone is sounded.0 to 2. Note: The item you are weighing should be placed in the center of the Top Plate. depending on the item’s weight.

During normal operation the scan windows get dirty. Wiping Action Plastic Subplate Top Plate 16049 34 of 60 12/02 497-0001843 Release H . The Please Clean Window indicator flashes when the scan windows need cleaning. and if you permit the dirt to accumulate. non-abrasive. not directly onto the RealScan 7875 Note: Scale problems can occur from debris collecting under the Top Plate.NCR RealScan 7875 Installation/Owner Guide Cleaning the RealScan 7875 Keeping the scan windows clean helps keep the read rate exceptionally high. liquid window cleaner to clean the scan windows. performance degrades to the point where the scanner cannot read bar codes. Be sure to spray the cleaner onto the cloth. Be sure to keep the plastic Subplate clean to prevent interference with the Top Plate when weighing items. Use a soft cloth moistened with a common.

If the problem is not corrected. If the problem is not corrected. Pass anything in front of the Motion Detector. • Verify that the IBM terminal is recognizing the RealScan 7875. • Verify that the Interface Cable is properly connected. have scanner or host terminal repaired. Remove power from the RealScan 7875 and then supply power again. 35 of 60 . • Red Off Green Off Red Flashing Green Flashing Red Flashing Green Off Off Off Communications is IBM 468x and scanner is off-line Scanner does not read tags Red Flashing Green Off Off Internal failure Scanner reads only two tags Red On Green Off Off RealScan 7875 not communicating with host terminal Scanner does not operate 497-0001843 Possible Cause Tone 12/02 Off Verify that the IBM terminal is turned on. • Remove power from the RealScan 7875 and then supply power again. • Verify that the Interface Cable is properly connected.NCR RealScan 7875 Installation/Owner Guide Correcting Scanner Problems Status Indicator Problem Scanner does not operate Scanner does not operate Release H Corrective Action No power to the unit Sleep mode Check electrical outlet for proper power. have scanner repaired.

Note: If you suspect a scale problem with a RealScan 7875-4000 with a Bizerba computing scale. If error code persists. 12/02 497-0001843 Release H . Calibrate scale. Press Scale Zero button and retry. have unit repaired.displays Scale drift Error code 4---.NCR RealScan 7875 Installation/Owner Guide Correcting Scale Problems Problem Possible Cause Corrective Action Error code 5---. Isolating Bizerba Scale Problem Problem Possible Cause Corrective Action Scanner Not Working Scale Is Working Scanner Is Working Scale Not Working Scanner related problem Refer to Correcting Scanner Problems chart Scale problem • Scanner Not working Scale Not working • Power Supply or scanner Digital Board may be faulty • • 36 of 60 Reset scale – Remove power from the 7875. have unit repaired. Refer to the Electrical Wiring to the Checkstand section. have the unit repaired.displays Slight vibration to scale when calibrating Scale display is blank Top Plate is being prevented from moving down. Refer to the NCR RealScan 7875 Repair Guide. If error code persists. • Remove interference around edge of Top Plate and checkstand. then apply power with no weight on the Top Plate. Replace Bizerba scale. being sure not to permit any external scale movement while the weights are on the scale. Push Scale Zero button. Verify that nothing is on the scale. Lift the Top Plate and verify that no objects are under it. Refer to the NCR RealScan 7875 Repair Guide.displays Possible scale error Error code 4---. including the Bizerba display. Verify that proper power is being supplied to the unit. • Remove any foreign objects from under the Top Plate. replace the entire scale unit. If the input is correct.

0192 1234 5698 7457 3202 0000 9939 0200 296 19257 497-0001843 Release H 12/02 37 of 60 . It can encode 74 numeric or 41 alpha characters. The total symbol contains 96 modules combined into 4 elements (bars and spaces).NCR RealScan 7875 Installation/Owner Guide Reduced Space Symbology Reduced Space Symbology (RSS) permits more data to be recorded in a smaller physical space. This structure provides four segments that can be scanned and decoded separately. An example use is marking produce in a grocery store. Also. 0100991234567899 19255 RSS Expanded RSS Expanded is a variable length linear symbology. RSS-14 RSS-14 is a linear symbology that encodes 14 UCC/EAN digits. The bottom row is higher than the top row and the two are separated with a separator pattern. then reconstructed. This is accomplished by encoding the data in large symbol characters rather than encoding each data character separately. no quiet zone is required around the symbols. 9987 6543 2101 2345 6789 8888 19256 RSS Expanded Stacked RSS Expanded Stacked is similar to RSS-14 Stacked except it uses the RSS Expanded format for creating the symbol. RSS Expanded can be scanned and decoded in up to 22 segments and then reconstructed. 0100012345678905 19254 RSS-14 Stacked RSS-14 Stacked is a 2-row format. The RealScan 7875 with RSS can read four types of RSS bar codes. The stacked format is used when not enough linear space is available.

1. 2. 1. These must be the first tags scanned after applying power to the unit. Hex 8. 38 of 60 Programming Mode – Puts the RealScan 7875 in the Programming Mode. Hex A. Disabling RSS Disable the Reduced Space Symbology feature by scanning the following sequence of programming tags. Save and Reset – Saves the parameter setting. 12/02 497-0001843 Release H . Programming Mode – Puts the RealScan 7875 in the Programming Mode Hex 1. Hex A. Save and Reset – Saves the parameter setting. 3. 2. Hex 8. 3.NCR RealScan 7875 Installation/Owner Guide RSS Programming Enabling RSS Enable the Reduced Space Symbology feature by scanning the following sequence of programming tags. Hex 3 – Enables RSS-14 and RSS Expanded. Hex 0 – Disables RSS feature. These must be the first tags scanned after applying power to the unit. Hex 1.

497-0001843 Release H Remove power from the RealScan 7875. 1 Short. 1. must be the first tag scanned after applying power. 2. Apply power to the RealScan 7875. Scan the Diagnostic Mode tag. high-pitched beep OCIA NCR Short 1 Beep OCIA NCR Long 2 Beeps OCIA Non-NCR Dual Cable 3 Beeps IBM 468x Port 4A 4 Beeps IBM 468x Port 4B (HHBCR) 6 Beeps RS-232 7 Beeps OCIA Single-Cable 8 Beeps OCIA Dual-Cable 11 Beeps Casio 4-Bit Parallel Dual Cable 12 Beeps IBM 1520 (BCR) 13 Beeps TEC 4-Bit Parallel Dual Cable 3. 12/02 39 of 60 . The good read tone for this tag sounds (three beeps). the communications protocol is given audibly. the Status indicator flashes green and the tone beeps a specific number of times to identify the communication protocol. If Voice is not enabled. Scan the Hex 3 tag. If the Voice feature enabled.NCR RealScan 7875 Installation/Owner Guide Determining the Communication Protocol Determine the communications protocol with the following procedure.

NCR RealScan 7875 Installation/Owner Guide Programming Worksheets 1 0 – Communications Protocol Single ASIC 0 1 2 3 4 5 OCIA NCR Short (Datachecker) OCIA NCR Long OCIA Non NCR Dual Cable IBM Slot Scanner IBM Hand-Held Bar Code Reader RS-232 6 7 A B C D OCIA Single Cable OCIA NCR Dual Cable Casio Dual Cable IBM 1520 Bar Code Reader TEC Dual Cable Protocol IBM USB E 0 NCR (RS-232) USB 14391 Super ASIC Protocol 3 4 5 IBM Slot Scanner IBM Hand-Held Bar Code Reader RS-232 B D E0 IBM 1520 Bar Code Reader IBM USB NCR (RS-232) USB 20552 40 of 60 12/02 497-0001843 Release H .

the tone frequency increases one unit. E When entering Not-On-File Tone Volume. Scan the End tag or a valid Hex tag to end this mode. Scan the End tag or a valid Hex tag to end this mode. the tone length increases one unit. Tone Volume B053 1 2 – Timers Single ASIC and Super ASIC A B C Lockout Time (Milliseconds) 8 0 1 2 3 350 450 600 750 900 4 5 6 7 1050 1200 1350 1500 Restart Lockout Timer Active Time (Minutes) 0 1 Off On 0 1 2 3 0 15 30 60 No Time-out (Always Active) Note: NCR suggests that you do not set the Active Time parameter to 0. the adjustment can be incremented upward by scanning the Hex C tag. the tone length increases one unit. Each time you scan the Hex C tag. the tone length increases one unit. Each time you scan the Hex B. the adjustment can be incremented upward by scanning the Hex B tag. Each time you scan the Hex E tag.NCR RealScan 7875 Installation/Owner Guide 1 1 – Good Read Tone Single ASIC and Super ASIC A Tone On/Off B Tone Frequency (Hertz) C Tone Length (Milliseconds) D Tone Volume E Not-On-File 0 1 Off On B When entering Tone Frequency. the adjustment can be incremented upward by scanning the Hex E tag. D When entering Tone Volume. R0136 497-0001843 Release H 12/02 41 of 60 . Leaving the laser light on all the time reduces its life expectancy. Each time you scan the Hex D tag. the adjustment can be incremented upward by scanning the Hex D tag. Scan the End tag or a valid Hex tag to end this mode. Scan the End tag or a valid Hex tag to end this mode. C When entering Tone Length.

1 Single ASIC A B UPC/EAN Version D 0 1 Disable Enable 0 Must be set to 0 (None) None C D E Extend UPC-A To EAN-13 0 1 Disable Enable Extend UPC-E To UPC-A 0 1 Disable Enable 0 1 Disable Enable 0 1 2 2-Digit Only 5-Digit Only 2-Digit & 5-Digit Periodical Codes Periodical Code Extension Send Data 0 1 2 Data As Decoded Periodical Code Data Only 2CF Hex If Periodical Data Not Decoded 14393 42 of 60 12/02 497-0001843 Release H .NCR RealScan 7875 Installation/Owner Guide 1 3 – Bar Codes .

NCR RealScan 7875 Installation/Owner Guide Super ASIC A C D E UPC/EAN Release H 1 Enable Extend UPC-A To EAN-13 0 1 Disable Enable Extend UPC-E To UPC-A 0 1 Disable Enable Periodical Codes 0 1 Disable Enable Periodical Code Extension 0 1 2 2-Digit Only 5-Digit Only 2-Digit & 5-Digit Send Data 497-0001843 0 Disable 12/02 0 1 2 Data As Decoded Periodical Code Data Only 2CF Hex If Periodical Data Not Decoded 20556 43 of 60 .

or Two-Character Tags 44 of 60 Default: 2-F 0 1 Disable Enable 0 1 Disable Enable 0 1 Disable Enable 0 1 Disable Enable 8 14394 12/02 497-0001843 Release H .2 Single ASIC and Super ASIC A Code 39 0 1 Disable Enable B Minimum Characters Allowed C Full ASCII D Check Digit Present E Transmit Check Digit F Allow One.NCR RealScan 7875 Installation/Owner Guide 1 4 – Bar Codes .

3 Single ASIC and Super ASIC A B Interleaved 2 of 5 Bar Code Length 0 1 Disable Enable 0 1 Range Check Specific Check Characters Minimum Value 1 0-3 0-9 Character 1 Character 2 Default: Characters Maximum Value 2 D Check Digit Present 0 1 Disable Enable Transmit Check Digit 0 1 Disable Enable 8 0-3 0-9 Character 1 Character 2 Default: C 0 1 6 B049 497-0001843 Release H 12/02 45 of 60 .NCR RealScan 7875 Installation/Owner Guide 1 5 – Bar Codes .

4 Single ASIC and Super ASIC A Code 128 0 1 Disable Enable B Minimum Data Characters Allowed 1 2 C UCC 128 0 1 Disable Enable 3 4 5 B050 46 of 60 12/02 497-0001843 Release H .NCR RealScan 7875 Installation/Owner Guide 1 7 – Bar Codes .

R0143 497-0001843 Release H 12/02 47 of 60 .NCR RealScan 7875 Installation/Owner Guide 1 6 – Label Identifiers Single ASIC and Super ASIC A Identifier Type 0 2 3 Default Prefix None Unique Prefix 0-7 0-F Default: 5 D Hex Character Hex Character Default: 4 2 B Common Byte 1 C Common Byte 2 D Bar Code Type Common Byte 0-7 0-F Hex Character Hex Character 0 2 3 4 UPC-A UPC-E EAN-8 EAN-13 5 6 7 Code 39 Code 128 Interleaved 2 of 5 0 1 2 3 None Unique Identifier Common Byte 1 Common Byte 2 Both Common Bytes Default: Varies 0-7 0-F according to Bar Code Hex Character Hex Character Type.

1 2 3 1 Stop Bit 1 Stop Bit 2 Stop Bits 2 Stop Bits 7-Bit Character 8-Bit Character 7-Bit Character 8-Bit Character 0 1 2 RTS Low CTS Ignored RTS High CTS Ignored Raise RTS Wait for CTS 3 4 5 Raise RTS Ignore CTS RTS Low Wait for CTS RTS High Wait for CTS 12/02 11809 497-0001843 Release H .NCR RealScan 7875 Installation/Owner Guide 2 0 – RS-232 Parameters . Odd is used if None is selected.1 Single ASIC and Super ASIC A Baud Rate B Parity C Stop Bits And Character Length D Handshake 48 of 60 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 300 600 1200 2400 4800 9600 19200 0 1 4 Odd Even None 0 Note: Parity must be Odd or Even on a scale unit.

NCR RealScan 7875 Installation/Owner Guide 2 1 – RS-232 Parameters .Disable Scanner/Scale . 11810 Super ASIC A BCC Options B C Interface Control Check Digit 0 1 Disable Enable Default: Scanner Only .Enable 0 1 2 3 Disable UPC-A Disable EAN-8 Disable EAN-13 Disable UPC-E Enable UPC-A Enable EAN-8 Enable EAN-13 Disable UPC-E Disable UPC-A Disable EAN-8 Disable EAN-13 Enable UPC-E Enable UPC-A Enable EAN-8 Enable EAN-13 Enable UPC-E Note: Check Digit parameter also applies to UPC-E when using for OCIA communictions.Enable 0 1 2 3 None ACK/NAK XOn/XOff ACK/NAK & XOn/XOff 0 1 2 3 Disable UPC-A Disable EAN-8 Disable EAN-13 Disable UPC-E Enable UPC-A Enable EAN-8 Enable EAN-13 Disable UPC-E Disable UPC-A Disable EAN-8 Disable EAN-13 Enable UPC-E Enable UPC-A Enable EAN-8 Enable EAN-13 Enable UPC-E 20554 497-0001843 Release H 12/02 49 of 60 .Disable Scanner/Scale .2 Single ASIC A BCC Options B C Interface Control 0 1 Disable Enable 0 1 2 3 None ACK/NAK XOn/XOff ACK/NAK & XOn/XOff Check Digit Default: Scanner Only .

it is ignored and an ETX (03) is sent.NCR RealScan 7875 Installation/Owner Guide 2 2 – RS-232 Prefix Byte Single ASIC and Super ASIC A Prefix Byte 0 1 Disable Enable B ASCII Code 0-7 0-F 0 Hex Character (ASCII Code Chart) Hex Character (ASCII Code Chart) 2 Default R0035 2 3 – RS-232 Terminator Byte Single ASIC and Super ASIC A Terminator Byte B ASCII Code 50 of 60 0 1 Disable Enable NOTE: A Terminator Byte is required on a scale unit. 0-7 0-F Hex Character (ASCII Code Chart) Hex Character (ASCII Code Chart) 12/02 0 3 Default 11811 497-0001843 Release H . If you select Disable.

995 kg / 13.995 kg 11812 497-0001843 Release H 12/02 51 of 60 .995 kg and 13.NCR RealScan 7875 Installation/Owner Guide 2 4 – RS-232 Communications Options Single ASIC and Super ASIC Message Delay Scanner or Scanner/Scale Format Normal or Eavesdrop Mode 0 1 2 No Delay 10 ms Delay 50 ms Delay 4 5 Scanner Only Scanner/Scale 6 7 Normal Mode Eavesdrop Mode 8 9 Disable Enable Good Weigh Tone 12163 3 0 – Scale Parameters Single ASIC and Super ASIC Model Number IBM Address 9.995 kg 3 4 Scanner/Scale Scanner Only 5 6 7 Address 6A Address 6B Address 6E B Toggle Between 9.

NCR RealScan 7875 Installation/Owner Guide 3 2 – Miscellaneous Parameters Single ASIC 5-Second Weight Display Timer IBM Tone Control (Good Read Tone Control) OCIA Price Display IBM Rexmit Control OCIA Blank Display in Price Mode Enable/Disable Voice Messages 1 2 Disable Enable 3 4 Disable Enable 5 6 Disable Enable 7 8 3 Times Forever 9 A Disable Enable Default: Enabled D Toggle IBM Tag Data Format E F Hex ASCII 11823 Super ASIC IBM Tone Control (Good Read Tone Control) IBM Rexmit Control Enable/Disable Voice Messages 3 4 Disable Enable 7 8 3 Times Forever Default: Enabled D Toggle IBM Tag Data Format E F Hex ASCII 20557 52 of 60 12/02 497-0001843 Release H .

NCR RealScan 7875 Installation/Owner Guide 3 6 – Dual Cable Interface Options Single ASIC A Scale Type 0 1 No Adapter Avery Exit Parameter 2 3 Weightronix TEC Parallel 4 5 6 Casio Datachecker Toledo Parallel 14396 Note: The Super ASIC does not support Dual Cable Interface. 497-0001843 Release H 12/02 53 of 60 .

3C < 3D = 55 T U F 56 G 57 48 H 49 I J 4A 4B K 4C L 4D M 65 d e V 66 W 67 58 X 59 Y Z 5A 5B [ 5C \ 5D ] 75 t u f 76 v g 77 w 68 h 78 x 69 i j 79 y z 6A 6B k 6C l 6D m 7A 7B { 7C | 7D } 0E S0 1E RS 2E . 3E > 4E N 5E ^ 6E n 7E ~ 0F S1 1F US 2F / 3F ? 4F O 5F _ 6F o 7F DEL R0040 54 of 60 12/02 497-0001843 Release H . 2D - 45 D E 6 46 7 47 38 8 39 9 : 3A 3B .NCR RealScan 7875 Installation/Owner Guide ASCII Code Chart 50 P 60 70 p 21 ASCII Code Chart SP 30 0 40 @ ! 31 1 41 A 51 Q 61 a 71 q DC2 22 " 32 2 42 B 52 R 62 b 72 r DC3 23 24 # 33 34 3 43 44 C 53 54 S 63 64 c 73 74 s 00 NULL 10 DLE 20 01 SOH 11 DC1 02 STX 12 03 04 ETX 13 14 05 EOT ENQ 15 DC4 NAK 06 07 ACK 16 BEL 17 08 BS 09 HT LF 0A 0B VT 0C FF 0D CR 25 $ % SYN 26 ETB 27 18 CAN 19 EM SUB 1A 1B ESC 1C FS 1D GS 35 4 5 & 36 ' 37 28 ( 29 ) * 2A 2B + 2C .

or attachments are the responsibility of the user. Such unauthorized modifications. However. Information to User: This equipment must be installed and used in strict accordance with the manufacturer’s instructions. If this equipment does cause interference. or attachments may void the user’s authority to operate the equipment. Caution: NCR is not responsible for any radio or television interference caused by unauthorized modifications of this equipment or the substitution or attachment of connecting cables and equipment other than those specified by NCR. 497-0001843 Release H 12/02 55 of 60 . uses. This equipment generates. if not installed and used in accordance with the instruction manual. substitutions.NCR RealScan 7875 Installation/Owner Guide Regulatory Information Federal Communications Commission (FCC) Radio Frequency Interference Statement Note: This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class A digital device. may cause harmful interference to radio communications. The correction of interferences caused by such unauthorized modifications. Voluntary Control Council for Interference (VCCI) Radio Frequency Interference Statement 16105 Canadian Department of Communications Radio Frequency Interference Statement This digital apparatus does not exceed the Class A limits for radio noise emissions from digital apparatus set out in the Radio Interference Regulations of the Canadian Department of Communication. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference when the equipment is operated in a commercial environment. Operation of this equipment in a residential area is likely to cause harmful interference in which case the user is required to correct the interference at his own expense. which can be determined by turning the equipment off and on. and can radiate radio frequency energy and. substitutions. Le présent appareil numérique n’émet pas de bruits radioélectriques dépassant les limites applicables aux appareils numériques de la Class A prescrites dans le Règlement sur le brouillage radioélectriques édicté par Ministère des Communications du Canada. there is no guarantee that interference to radio communications will not occur in a particular commercial installation. pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules. the user is encouraged to consult an NCR service representative immediately.

NCR RealScan 7875 Installation/Owner Guide Scale Regulatory Country. GA 30096-5810 Phone: 770-623-7743 Fax: 770-623-7827 E-Mail: Dennis. Contact the NCR office of Weights & Measures and Laser Safety for specific country approvals. NCR Office of Weights & Measures and Laser Safety Dennis A.COM 56 of 60 12/02 497-0001843 Release H . state. The NCR 7875 Scanner/Scale has been certified in many countries. and local regulatory agency notification of an installation of a weighing instrument or Point of Service terminal’s device is required.NCR. Krueger 2651 Satellite Boulevard Duluth. Failure to comply with government Weights and Measures regulations can result in criminal prosecution of individuals and can jeopardize the ability to conduct normal business.Krueger@AtlantaGA.

GA 30096-5810 European Contact: 497-0001843 Release H 12/02 International IP Counsel 206 Marylebone Road London. NW1 6LY. OH 45459. EU Directive Harmonized Standard(s) 89/336/EEC (EMC) EN 55022: 1987 (CISPR 22) EN 50082-1. A3. Director of Quality Assurance NCR Corporation Retail Systems Division — Atlanta 2651 Satellite Boulevard Duluth. Dayton. and A11 EN 60825-1: 1993+A1+A2 *90/384/EEC EN45501: 1994 (Non-Automatic Weighing Instruments) * This Directive is not applicable to scanner only models. USA. Severity Level 2 73/23/EEC (Low Voltage) EN 60950: 1992 A1. Severity Level 3 IEC 801-3: 1984. 1700 South Patterson Boulevard.Bar Code Scanner Model Number NCR RealScan 7875 NCR Corporation. A4. Part 1: 1992 IEC 801-2: 1984.Atlanta 2651 Satellite Boulevard Duluth. A2.NCR RealScan 7875 Installation/Owner Guide Declaration of Conformity Manufacturer’s Name NCR Corporation Manufacturer’s Address NCR Corporation Retail Systems Division . England 57 of 60 . declares that the equipment specified above conforms to the referenced EU Directives and Harmonized Standards. GA 30096-5810 Type of Equipment Information Technology Equipment . Severity Level 2 IEC 801-4: 1988.

and (2) this device must accept any interference received. 5.336.588. 4. Operation is subject to the following two conditions: (1) This device may not cause harmful interference. 14953 58 of 60 12/02 497-0001843 Release H .660 16103 Laser Module Label This laser module does not comply with 21CFR1040.722. 4.272.656. (IEC CLASS 1 LASER PRODUCT) NCR CORPORATION Duluth.065. E152553 Date Manufactured Class 7875 Model V DC 5 3 A 12 2 -12 0.293.457. 5. ACN 000 003 592 Complies with 21 CFR 1040.551. Patents listed below apply: Patents Pending 5.398.851. USE ONLY AS A COMPONENT. 6.667.3 Serial Tracer This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules. 5.282.189. 4.375.256. One or more of the U. the unit is safe if used as it is intended. 5. Tratè De no ver directamente èl Rayo Laser por mucho tiempò.253. 4. Avoid Long-term Viewing of direct Laser Light.623. 2001 VCCI-A Le presént appareil n'emet pas de bruits radioélectriques dépassant les limites de la Classé A prescrites dans le Reglement sur le brouillage radioélectnique du Canada.797. 5.539.625. 4. 4.760.152.281. 5.NCR RealScan 7875 Installation/Owner Guide Laser Safety Laser Safety and Name Plate Labels The NCR RealScan 7875 Scanner is not intended for long term viewing of the direct laser light.344.531. Class IIa Producto Laser. 6. 4.082.715. However. 5. 5.679.059.T.276.886. 5.E. 4. 4. 4. 4. 6.868.675.186.194. 5. Class IIa Laser Product.308.825.334. July 26. including interference that may cause undesired operation.144.316.842.158. 4. 5.154.459.262.S. Appareil à Laser de classe IIa Eviter Toute Exposition Prolongèe de la vue à la lumiè re laser directe.355.229.818.114.023. GA 30096 Assembly in Mexico LISTED I. 5.11 except for deviations pursuant to laser notice No 50.716. D368.865.10 and 1040.018.426.575. This apparatus does not exceed the Class A limits for radio noise emissions set out in the Radio Interference Regulations of Canada.

497-0001843 Release H 12/02 59 of 60 .NCR RealScan 7875 Installation/Owner Guide IEC Class 1 Laser Identification The NCR RealScan 7875 is a CLASS 1 LASER PRODUCT.4 microwatts 3.20 milliwatts Caution: Use of controls or adjustments or performance of procedures other than specified herein may result in hazardous radiation exposure. • • • Class IIa CDRH (Center for Devices and Radiological Health) Class 1 EN60-825 (Europäische Norm) Class 1 IEC 825-1 1993 (International Electrotechnical Commission) Following is the radiant energy of the laser light as applied to each of the specified requirements.19 milliwatts 1. Maximum Average Radiant Power (CDRH Calculation) Accessible Emission Limit (CDRH Calculation) Maximum Radiant Power (EN60825-1 / IEC 825-1 Calculation) Accessible Emission Limit (EN60825-1 / IEC 825-1 Calculation) 1.9 microwatts 1. Laser Power The NCR RealScan 7875 Scanner meets the following laser power requirements.

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