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374GB

Laser Bar Code Reader

BL-1300 Series

Users Manual
Read this manual before using the system in order to
achieve maximum performance.
Keep this manual in a safe place for future reference.
Introduction
This instruction manual describes the connection/wiring procedure, setting instructions, and
precautions for using the BL-1300 Series Laser Bar Code Reader. Before using the BL-1300 Series, it
is important to read this manual carefully to ensure maximum performance. Keep this manual in a
safe place for quick reference.

General Precautions
Take appropriate safety measures to avoid any damage in unlikely event of malfunction.
Do not modify the BL-1300 Series or use it in any way other than described in the specifications.
Otherwise, the functions and performance cannot be guaranteed.
When the BL-1300 Series is used in combination with other instruments, the functions and
performance may be degraded, depending on the operating conditions and surrounding
environment.
No part of this manual may be reproduced in any form or by any means without the prior written
permission of KEYENCE Corporation.
The content of this manual is subject to change without notice.
Safety Information for BL-1300 Series
Safety precautions on laser product

CAUTION Use of controls or adjustments or performance of procedures other than those


specified herein may result in hazardous radiation exposure.

The BL-1300 Series Laser Bar Code Reader uses a visible semiconductor laser as a light source.

Model BL-1300, 1301, 1300HA, 1301HA, 1350HA, 1351HA, 1370, 1371


Wavelength 660 nm
Output 85 W
Pulse duration 112 s
FDA (CDRH)
Class 2 Laser Product
Laser Class Part 1040.10
IEC 60825-1 Class 2 Laser Product

WARNING Follow the instructions mentioned in this manual. Otherwise, injury to the human
body (eyes and skin) may result.
Precautions on class 2 laser products
Do not stare into the beam.
Do not direct the beam at other people or into areas where other people
unconnected with the laser work might be present.
Be careful of the path of the laser beam.
If there is a danger that the operator may be exposed to the laser beam
reflected by specular or diffuse reflection, block the beam by installing an
enclosure with the appropriate reflectance.
Install the products so that the path of the laser beam is not as the same height
as that of human eye.
Do not disassemble this product. Laser emission from this product is not
automatically stopped when it is disassembled.

Laser emission warning LED (LASER LED)


While the laser beam is emitted, the laser emission warning LED (LASER LED) lights. The status of
the LED light can be recognized through laser protective goggles specifically designed for the
wavelength of 660 nm.
Laser forced OFF command
When working near the laser beam path, the laser forced OFF command can be sent to the BL-
1300 Series to force the laser beam emission to stop. This can help prevent the users eyes from
being exposed to the laser beam.
* While the laser beam emission is forced to stop, the bottom STABILITY LED flashes.

374GB 1
IEC warning/explanatory label locations

BL- 1300/1301/1300HA/1301HA/ BL-1350HA/1351HA


1370/1371

Use the suitable IEC warning/explanatory label included in the package of this product according to
the countries and/or regions where this product is used.
In this case, it can be affixed on the IEC warning/explanatory label, which has already been affixed to
this product.

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Precautions on Proper Use

CAUTION Precautions on use


Do not use power supply voltage other than 5 V DC for the BL-1300 Series. Using
any supply voltage othe than 5 V DC may damage the unit.
When the BL-1300 reader head is connected to a dedicated communication unit
(N-R2, N-R4, N-UB, N-L1, NX-50 Series or DV-90 Series), be sure to supply
power according to the respective communication units specifications.
Before connecting or disconnecting a cable, be sure to turn off the power supplied
to the BL-1300 Series. Otherwise, the BL-1300 Series may be damaged.
Do not disassemble or modify the BL-1300 Series, as this may cause product
failure.
Keep cables far away as possible from high-voltage lines and power sources.
Otherwise, electrical noise can be generated that may cause product failure or
malfunction.
When mounting the BL-1300 Series, be sure to electrically insulate it from the
mounting surface. Otherwise, electrical noise can be generated that may cause
product failure or malfunction.
The BL-1300 Series is a precision instrument. Be
careful not to drop it or expose it to excessive shock.
Take great caution especially when you unpack, carry,
or install it.

Do not carry the BL-1300 Series by the cables.


The units may hit each other and become damaged.

Measures against abnormal conditions


If any of the following conditions are encountered, turn off the power supply
immediately. Continuing the use of the BL-1300 Series under abnormal conditions
may cause fire, electric shock, or product breakdown.
Contact your nearest KEYENCE sales office for repair.
When water or foreign matter enters the BL-1300 Series
When the BL-1300 Series is dropped or is damaged
When the BL-1300 Series emits smoke or an abnormal smell

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Overseas Regulations and Standards

BL-1300 Series

UL certification
The BL-1300 Series complies with the following UL/CSA standards and has obtained the UL/C-UL
certifications.
Applicable standardsUL508, UL60950-1
UL File No. E207185, E167973
UL category NRAQ/NRAQ7, NWGQ2/NWGQ8
Be sure to observe the following installation and environment conditions.
Be sure to use a power supply that provides class 2 output as defined in NFPA70 (NEC: National
Electrical Code).
Pollution degree 2
Overvoltage category I

FDA regulations
The BL-1300 Series is classified as class 2 laser product. The classification is based on IEC60825-1
following the Laser Notice No. 50 from FDA (CDRH).

FCC regulations
The BL-1300 Series complies with the following FCC EMI regulations.
FCC Part 15 Subpart B, Class B digital devices

Canada IC (Industry Canada) regulations


The BL-1300 Series comforms to the following IC EMI regulations.
ICES-003, Class B digital apparatus

CE Marking
The BL-1300 Series complies with the following essential requirements of the EU Directives.
EMC Directives (2004/108/EC)
Low-voltage Directives (2006/95/CE)
The following harmonized standards are applied to these products in order to confirm the
compliance.
Applicable standards (EMI) EN55011, Class A
EN55022, Class B
Applicable standards (EMS) EN61000-6-2
EN61000-6-1

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Dedicated Communication Unit N-R2/R4/UB/L1

UL certification
The communication units N-R2/R4/UB/L1, comply with the following UL/CSA standards and have
obtained the UL/C-UL certifications.
Applicable standards UL508, UL60950-1
UL File No. E207185, E167973
UL category NRAQ/NRAQ7, NWGQ2/NWGQ8
Be sure to observe the following installation and environment conditions.
Pollution degree 2
Overvoltage category I

CAUTION Do not connect directly to the branch circuit. This product must be supplied power by
a suitable, approved isolated transformer or power supply not exceeding 200 VA
max.

FCC regulations
The communication units N-R2/R4/UB/L1, comply with the following FCC EMI regulations.
FCC Part 15 Subpart B, Class B digital devices

Canada IC (Industry Canada) regulations


The communication units N-R2/R4/UB/L1 comply with the following IC EMI regulations.
ICES-003, Class B digital apparatus

CE Marking
The communication units N-R2/R4/UB/L1 comply with the following essential requirements of the EU
Directives.
EMC Directives (2004/108/EC)
The following harmonized standards are applied to this product in order to confirm the compliance.
Applicable standards (EMI) EN55011, Class A
EN55022, Class B (N-L1: Class A)
Applicable standards (EMS) EN61000-6-2
EN61000-6-1

* The length of the communication and power cables should be less than 30 m.
* To make the N-UB conform to the CE marking, attach the ferrite core to the
USB cable as shown in the following diagram.
Recommended types
Model: ZCAT2035-0930 (TDK)
OP-31973 (Keyence)

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Software License Agreement
The KEYENCE Corporation (hereinafter referred to as "KEYENCE") requires that you accept the terms
and conditions of the following software license agreement (hereinafter referred to as the
"Agreement") before using the "BL-H13WE" Configuration Software for the BL-1300 Series (hereinafter
referred to as the "Software").
By using or reproducing any part of the Software, you signify that you accept all the terms and
conditions of this Agreement and the Agreement shall be concluded.

Item 1: License
1 KEYENCE shall give its assent to the non-exclusive license of the Software to you provided
that you abide by this Agreement.
2 You can install the Software in order to use the KEYENCE product which you purchased,
regardless of the number of licenses, as long as the Software is used for only one corporation.

Item 2: Limited reproduction


You can reproduce the Software only once for the purpose of keeping the backup copy of the
Software for yourself.

Item 3: Prohibitions
You are prohibited to do the following to the Software:
a. Alterations such as changing or adding a function of the Software partially or entirely.
The actions which are explicitly approved by KEYENCE such as installing the update
programs or additional functions provided by KEYENCE shall be excluded.
b. Any kinds of reverse engineering to analyze the Software, including reverse compilation and
reverse assembly.
c. Selling, transferring, redistributing, licensing, renting or leasing the Software to a third party.
Except where you have prior consent from KEYENCE.

Item 4: Copyright
The copyrights of the Software and its instruction manual and other related items are retained by
KEYENCE.

Item 5: Disclaimer
KEYENCE shall have no liability for any losses or damages to you or to any third parties that have
resulted from the operation of the Software.

Item 6: Support
Based on the Agreement, KEYENCE provides technical support such as answering questions
about the Software. There is, however, no guarantee that your purpose will be achieved by the
provided technical support.

Item 7: Termination of contract


1 This Agreement shall be terminated automatically when you stop the use of this Software by
discarding the Software and its copy.
2 If you violate any part of the terms of this Agreement, KEYENCE can unilaterally cancel your
Agreement. In such a case, you should immediately return the Software and its copy to
KEYENCE or discard them.
3 If your violation of the Agreement causes losses or damages upon KEYENCE, you will pay
indemnity for the losses or damages caused.

Item 8: Applicable laws


This Agreement shall be carried out under Japanese laws and regulations.
End of the Agreement
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MEMO

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Contents
Introduction
Safety Information for BL-1300 Series ..............................................................................1
Precautions on Proper Use ................................................................................................3
Overseas Regulations and Standards ..............................................................................4
Software License Agreement.............................................................................................6
Contents...............................................................................................................................8

Chapter 1 Overview

1-1 Package Contents List and the BL Series Lineup .........................................1-2


1-2 Part Names and Functions ..............................................................................1-6
BL-1300 Series ....................................................................................................................1-6
STABILITY LED display according to the BL-1300 Series operating status ...........1-7
Dedicated communication unit ...........................................................................................1-8
Field network controller .....................................................................................................1-11
1-3 System Configuration and Setup Flow .........................................................1-12
System configuration.........................................................................................................1-12
Setup flow..........................................................................................................................1-14

Chapter 2 Connection and Wiring

2-1 Connecting the BL-1300 Series to the Dedicated Communication Unit......2-2


Connection illustration .............................................................................................2-2
Pin layout of the head port ......................................................................................2-2
2-2 Wiring the Dedicated Communication Unit ....................................................2-3
Connecting the DC power supply .......................................................................................2-3
Connecting the power supply terminal ...................................................................2-3
I/O terminal layout and wiring..............................................................................................2-4
I/O terminal layout ...................................................................................................2-4
Wiring the IN1 and IN2 terminals ............................................................................2-4
Wiring the OUT 1 through OUT 4 terminals.............................................................2-5
Wiring of an RS-232C port device (N-R2) ...........................................................................2-6
Pin layout of the RS-232C port ................................................................................2-6
Wiring the RS-232C cable .......................................................................................2-7
Wiring of an RS-422A/485 port device (N-R4) ....................................................................2-9
Terminal layout of the RS-422A connector ..............................................................2-9
Wiring the RS-422A cable .......................................................................................2-9
Terminal layout of RS-485......................................................................................2-10
Wiring the RS-485 cable........................................................................................2-10
Processing the communication cable ...................................................................2-11
RS-422A/RS-485 changeover switch and terminating resistance switch .............2-12
Wiring a USB port device (N-UB)......................................................................................2-13
Installing the USB driver........................................................................................2-13
Driver installation procedure .................................................................................2-14
Wiring of a LAN port device (N-L1) ...................................................................................2-18

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2-3 Connecting the Network Controller ..............................................................2-19
Connecting the BL-1300 Series to the NX-50 Series network controller ...........................2-19
Connection illustration ...........................................................................................2-19
Pin layout of the head port ....................................................................................2-20
DC power supply...................................................................................................2-20
I/O terminal layout and connection ...................................................................................2-21
I/O terminal layout diagram ...................................................................................2-21
Wiring and circuit diagram of the NPN connectors...............................................2-22
Wiring and circuit diagram of the PNP connectors ...............................................2-22
Wiring a field network ........................................................................................................2-23
Processing the communication cable ...................................................................2-23
Connecting the communication cable ..................................................................2-24
Wiring of the CC-Link controller (NX-50CL) ..........................................................2-25
Wiring of the DeviceNet controller (NX-50DN) ......................................................2-26
Wiring of the RS-485 controller (NX-50RS)............................................................2-27
Wiring of the PC.................................................................................................................2-28
2-4 Connection without Using the Communication Unit...................................2-29
Pin layout and connection of BL-1300 Series connector ..................................................2-29
Pin layout ...............................................................................................................2-29
Connecting the power supply ...............................................................................2-30
Wiring IN1/IN2 input pins ......................................................................................2-30
Wiring OUT1/OUT2/OUT3/OUT4 output pins........................................................2-31
Wiring RS-232C .....................................................................................................2-31
OP-80616 wiring diagram .....................................................................................2-32

Chapter 3 Functions of the BL-1300 Series

3-1 Basic Operation ................................................................................................3-2


TEST button operation.........................................................................................................3-2
External input operation and output signals .......................................................................3-3
3-2 Preset/Verify Function......................................................................................3-5
Outline of the preset/verify function.....................................................................................3-5
Registering preset data ...........................................................................................3-5
Output terminal operation .......................................................................................3-6
Using "!" and "?" in the preset data..........................................................................3-6
3-3 Test Mode ..........................................................................................................3-7
Test mode of the BL-1300 Series ........................................................................................3-7
Test mode measurement result ...........................................................................................3-7
Test mode details ................................................................................................................3-8
Reading ratio test mode ..........................................................................................3-8
Tact measurement test mode ..................................................................................3-8
Bar code position test mode ...................................................................................3-9
Online test mode 1 ................................................................................................3-10
Online test mode 2 ................................................................................................3-11
3-4 Auto-trigger Mode...........................................................................................3-13
Outline of the Auto-trigger mode.......................................................................................3-13
Using the Auto-trigger mode.............................................................................................3-13
Setting the Auto-trigger mode operation...............................................................3-13

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Setting the Auto-trigger sensitivity.........................................................................3-14
3-5 Multi-I/O Function ...........................................................................................3-15
Function and operation of the input terminals (IN1 and IN2) ............................................3-15
Functions assigned to the input terminals ............................................................3-15
Input terminal status and operation ......................................................................3-16
Function and operation of the output terminals (OUT1, OUT2, OUT3, and OUT4) ..........3-17
Functions assigned to the output terminals ..........................................................3-17
Output terminal operation .....................................................................................3-17
3-6 Scan Count Setting Function ........................................................................3-19
Outline of the scan count setting function.........................................................................3-19
Scan count setting range ......................................................................................3-19
3-7 Preventive Maintenance Information (PMI) Addition Function...................3-20
Outline of the PMI function ................................................................................................3-20
PMI assessment criteria ........................................................................................3-20
Output data format ................................................................................................3-21
Setting the PMI preset values................................................................................3-21
3-8 Silent Mode......................................................................................................3-22
Outline of the silent mode..................................................................................................3-22
Setting procedure of silent mode ..........................................................................3-23
Data which is not sent in the silent mode..............................................................3-23
3-9 AGC/Parameter Bank Mode ...........................................................................3-25
AGC mode.........................................................................................................................3-25
Outline of the AGC (Auto Gain Control) mode ......................................................3-25
Parameter bank mode.......................................................................................................3-26
Outline of the parameter bank mode ....................................................................3-26
Setting the parameter bank...................................................................................3-26
Alternate function ..................................................................................................3-28
3-10 Bar Code Position Detection Function .........................................................3-29
Outline of the bar code position detection function ..........................................................3-29
3-11 Bar Code Composition Function...................................................................3-30
Bar code composition .......................................................................................................3-30
Setting the bar code composition function .......................................................................3-31
Requirement for the bar code composition...........................................................3-31
3-12 Quick Setup Bar Code ....................................................................................3-33
Quick setup bar code........................................................................................................3-33
Reading the quick setup bar code........................................................................3-34

Chapter 4 AutoID Navigator Operation

4-1 Installing, starting, and quitting AutoID Navigator ........................................4-2


PC environment ...................................................................................................................4-2
Installation procedure..........................................................................................................4-3
Starting procedure ..............................................................................................................4-5
Quitting procedure ..............................................................................................................4-5
AutoID Navigator will close. ................................................................................................4-5
4-2 Screen Layout ...................................................................................................4-6
AutoID Navigator screen .....................................................................................................4-6

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Menu icons ..............................................................................................................4-6
Project view .............................................................................................................4-7
4-3 Operating AutoID Navigator.............................................................................4-8
4-4 Setting procedure .............................................................................................4-9
Operation parameter setting ...............................................................................................4-9
Operation setting...............................................................................................................4-10
Barcode setting .................................................................................................................4-13
Range of the maximum and minimum number of digits .......................................4-15
Detailed setting for each barcode type.................................................................4-15
Port setting ........................................................................................................................4-20
Terminal setting .................................................................................................................4-22
Other settings ....................................................................................................................4-24
Advanced reading setting.................................................................................................4-25
Parameter bank setting .....................................................................................................4-27
4-5 Sending/receiving settings ............................................................................4-29
Connection update between AutoID Navigator and the BL-1300 Series..........................4-29
Sending settings to the BL-1300 Series ............................................................................4-30
Receiving settings from the BL-1300 Series .....................................................................4-31
4-6 Saving/reading a setting file ..........................................................................4-32
Saving a setting file ...........................................................................................................4-32
Reading a setting file.........................................................................................................4-33
4-7 Quick setup barcode ......................................................................................4-34
Printing a quick setup barcode .........................................................................................4-34
Reading a quick setup barcode........................................................................................4-35
4-8 Terminal and test mode..................................................................................4-36
Using the terminal .............................................................................................................4-36
Sending a command .............................................................................................4-39
Using Test Mode................................................................................................................4-41
4-9 Parameter Bank Tuning ..................................................................................4-43
Setting the parameter bank...............................................................................................4-43
"Manual" operation options....................................................................................4-43
"Auto" operation options and setup .......................................................................4-44
"Test" operation options and usage .......................................................................4-46

Chapter 5 Installation

5-1 Installing the BL-1300 Series...........................................................................5-2


Considerations before installing the BL-1300 Series ..........................................................5-2
Installing the BL-1300 Series...............................................................................................5-4
Adjusting the mounting angle .................................................................................5-4
Adjusting the reading distance ...............................................................................5-4
Mounting the BL-1300 Series ..................................................................................5-5
5-2 Installing the dedicated communication unit.................................................5-8
Precautions..........................................................................................................................5-8
Installing the N-R2/R4/UB/L1...............................................................................................5-9

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Installing the Dedicated Communication Unit to the DIN rail..................................5-9
Removing the Dedicated Communication Unit from the DIN rail..........................5-10
5-3 Installing the Network Controller ..................................................................5-11
Precautions........................................................................................................................5-11
Installation/removal procedure ..........................................................................................5-12
Mounting the NX-50 to the DIN rail........................................................................5-12
Removing the NX-50 from the DIN rail ..................................................................5-12

Chapter 6 Operation of the BL-1300 Series

6-1 Read Operation .................................................................................................6-2


Signal type...........................................................................................................................6-2
Level signal trigger..................................................................................................6-2
One-shot signal trigger............................................................................................6-4
Auto-trigger .............................................................................................................6-5
Data transmission timing .....................................................................................................6-6
Sending data after a bar code is read ....................................................................6-6
Sending data after the trigger input turns off ..........................................................6-6
6-2 Read Modes.......................................................................................................6-8
Single label read mode .......................................................................................................6-8
Multi-label read mode .........................................................................................................6-8
Multi-label read mode 1 ..........................................................................................6-9
Multi-label read mode 2 ........................................................................................6-10
Multi-label read mode 3 ........................................................................................6-11
6-3 Custom Reading Setting ................................................................................6-13
Outline of the custom reading setting ...............................................................................6-13
Items of the custom reading setting......................................................................6-13
Read error detection timer ....................................................................................6-16

Chapter 7 Serial Communication

7-1 Serial Communication Outline ........................................................................7-2


Type of serial communication..............................................................................................7-2
Serial communication setup ................................................................................................7-2
7-2 Details of data communication........................................................................7-3
Communication protocol .....................................................................................................7-3
No handshaking ......................................................................................................7-3
PASS/RTRY ..............................................................................................................7-3
ACK/NAK.................................................................................................................7-4
RTS/CTS ..................................................................................................................7-4
Send buffer capacity ...........................................................................................................7-5
Communication format ........................................................................................................7-5
Read error code ..................................................................................................................7-5

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Adding various data ............................................................................................................7-6
Details of each additional data................................................................................7-6
7-3 Details of command communication ............................................................7-11
Type of command communication ....................................................................................7-11
Procedure of command communication ...........................................................................7-11
Command communication format .....................................................................................7-11
Direct control command ....................................................................................................7-13
Read operation control..........................................................................................7-13
Preset data registration .........................................................................................7-13
Test mode control ..................................................................................................7-13
I/O terminal control ................................................................................................7-14
Resetting the BL-1300 Series................................................................................7-15
Forced laser OFF/Resetting laser OFF..................................................................7-15
Motor control .........................................................................................................7-15
Changing the laser scanning width.......................................................................7-16
Clearing the send buffer........................................................................................7-17
Starts/Finishes auto-trigger setting........................................................................7-17
Reading history check ..........................................................................................7-17
Shifting in or out of the setting mode.....................................................................7-17
Setting command ..............................................................................................................7-18
Setting command communication procedure .......................................................7-18
Setting command details.......................................................................................7-19

Chapter 8 PLC Link

8-1 Outline of the PLC Link ....................................................................................8-2


Outline of the PLC link .........................................................................................................8-2
List of applicable PLC models ............................................................................................8-2
Internal devices used for the PLC link ................................................................................8-3
8-2 Setting Procedure .............................................................................................8-4
Setting the BL-1300 Series..................................................................................................8-4
KV Series settings ...............................................................................................................8-5
MELSEC Series settings......................................................................................................8-5
SYSMAC Series settings .....................................................................................................8-6
8-3 Device Assignment...........................................................................................8-7
Tables of DM assignment ....................................................................................................8-7
Detailed description of DM assignment ..............................................................................8-9
Data write starting address (X+00 to X+03)............................................................8-9
Reading trigger area (X+04 to X+06)....................................................................8-10
Data write flag area (A+00) ...................................................................................8-12
Additional data area (A+01 to A+04) ....................................................................8-15
Data write area (A+05 to A+69) ............................................................................8-15
DM data storage mode .........................................................................................8-16
8-4 Sample Program .............................................................................................8-18
8-5 PLC Link Error ................................................................................................8-20

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Chapter 9 Field Network Communication

9-1 Control Using CC-Link .....................................................................................9-2


Building a system using CC-Link ........................................................................................9-2
Setting the NX-50CL............................................................................................................9-3
CC-Link setting parameters ....................................................................................9-3
CC-Link operation and memory configuration ....................................................................9-4
Memory configuration .............................................................................................9-4
Setting and programming ...................................................................................................9-8
Setting the communication parameters ..................................................................9-8
Setting the data size................................................................................................9-8
Creating a ladder program....................................................................................9-11
9-2 Control using DeviceNet ................................................................................9-14
Building a system using DeviceNet ..................................................................................9-14
Setting the NX-50DN .........................................................................................................9-15
DeviceNet setting parameters...............................................................................9-15
DeviceNet operation and memory configuration ..............................................................9-16
Memory configuration ...........................................................................................9-16
Setting and programming .................................................................................................9-20
Setting the communication parameters ................................................................9-20
Setting the data size..............................................................................................9-21
Creating a ladder program....................................................................................9-24
9-3 Control Commands of the BL-1300 Series ...................................................9-27
List of the control commands of the BL-1300 Series ........................................................9-27

Chapter 10 Ethernet Communication

10-1 Overview of the N-L1 ......................................................................................10-2


Basic specifications ..........................................................................................................10-2
Operation of the N-L1........................................................................................................10-3
Establishing connection ........................................................................................10-3
Data transmission timing .......................................................................................10-3
Keep Alive/Idle function ........................................................................................10-4
10-2 Setting the N-L1 ..............................................................................................10-6
Setting procedure..............................................................................................................10-6
Preparation ............................................................................................................10-6
Setting the N-L1.....................................................................................................10-7
Checking the connection of the N-L1....................................................................10-9
Setting command list.......................................................................................................10-10
System configuration using the N-L1 ..................................................................10-12
10-3 Precautions for using the N-L1 ...................................................................10-15
Precautions for the BL-1300 Series .....................................................................10-15
Precautions for the N-L1......................................................................................10-15
10-4 Troubleshooting of the N-L1 ........................................................................10-16

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Appendix

1 BL-1300 Series Specifications....................................................................... A-2


Specifications ..................................................................................................................... A-2
Reading range characteristics (Typical) ............................................................................ A-4
Angular characteristics (Typical) ....................................................................................... A-8
2 N-R2/R4/UB/L1 Specifications ....................................................................... A-9
3 NX-50 Series Specifications ........................................................................ A-10
4 Dimensions diagram .................................................................................... A-12
5 General Troubleshooting ............................................................................. A-17
Bar codes cannot be read. ................................................................................. A-17
Reading ratio test mode is not 100%. ................................................................. A-18
The setting data cannot be sent/received using AutoID Navigator. ................... A-18
Communication using the PLC link, field network, or Ethernet fails. ................... A-18
6 CODE93 Specifications ................................................................................ A-19
7 CODE128 Specifications .............................................................................. A-20
8 ITF/2of5/COOP2of5 Specifications.............................................................. A-21
Definition of 2of5 .................................................................................................. A-21
9 Concept of Bar Code Position ..................................................................... A-23
Bar code position range ...................................................................................... A-23
Right and left end positions of a bar code .......................................................... A-23
Cautions on using the bar code position data .................................................... A-24
10 Checksum Calculation Method ................................................................... A-25
Checksum calculation position ........................................................................... A-25
Checksum calculation method ............................................................................ A-25
11 ASCII Code Table .......................................................................................... A-27
12 Setup Parameter List .................................................................................... A-28
13 Default Setting List ....................................................................................... A-32

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Overview
This chapter describes basic information required before the BL-1300 Series
is used, including the package contents and product overview.

1-1 Package Contents List and the BL Series Lineup...1-2


1-2 Part Names and Functions ......................................1-6
1-3 System Configuration and Setup Flow ..................1-12

1-1
1-1 Package Contents List and the BL Series Lineup
1 The packages of the BL-1300 Series, dedicated communication unit, and AutoID system integration/
configuration software contain the following components. Be sure to check that you have all the listed
Overview

contents before use.

Laser bar code reader


BL-1300 Series bar code reader: 1
BL- 1300/1301/1300HA/1301HA/ BL-1350HA/1351HA Insulating spacer: 4
1370/1371

Washer: 4

Mounting screw (M3): 2

Mounting bracket Instruction manual


96M11253 The "BL-1300 Series Laser Barcode Reader" uses a visible laser light

BL-1350HA/1351HA
source.

BL- 1300/1301/1300HA/ Laser Bar Code Reader


BL-1300 Series
Model
Wavelength
Output
Pulse width
FDA (CDRH)
Laser Class Part 1040.10
IEC 60825-1
BL-1300, 1301, 1300HA, 1301HA, 1350HA, 1351HA, 1370, 1371
660 nm
85 Ps
112 Ps

Class 2 Laser Product

Class 2 Laser Product

Instruction Manual

1301HA/1370/1371
Follow the instructions mentioned in this manual.
Otherwise, injury to the human body (eyes and skin)
may result.
Precautions on class 2 laser products
Do not stare into the beam.
Do not direct the beam at other people or into areas
where other people unconnected with the laser work
might be present.
Be careful of the path of the laser beam.
WARNING If there is a danger that the operator may be
exposed to the laser beam reflected by specular or

Mounting bracket A and B: 1 each Mounting bracket: 1


diffuse reflection, block the beam by installing an
enclosure with the appropriate reflectance.
Install the products so that the path of the laser beam
is not as the same height as that of human eye.
Do not disassemble this product. Laser emission
Failure to follow these instructions may lead to death or from this product is not automatically stopped when
DANGER serious injury. it is disassembled.

WARNING Failure to follow these instructions may lead to injury. The BL-1300 Series barcode readers are equipped with the following
safety measures based on IEC 60825-1.
Failure to follow these instructions may lead to product Laser radiation emission warning LED (LASER LED)
CAUTION damage (product malfunction, etc.). During laser emission, the LASER ON LED illuminates. The LED ON
status can be clearly visible through protective eyewear; specifically
Provides additional information on proper operation.
designed for the wavelength of 660nm.
Note

Laser forced OFF command


Indicates useful information or information that aids Sending the laser forced OFF command to the BL-1300 can inhibit
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emission of laser beams. When working near the laser transmitter, be
sure to use the laser forced OFF command to avoid looking into the
laser beams.
* When this command is selected, the bottom STABILITY LED flashes.
Safety information for BL-1500 Series
IEC warning/explanatory label locations
General precautions
We recommend that you take substantial safety measures to avoid any BL- 1300/1301/1300HA/ BL-1350HA/1351HA
damage in the event a problem occurs. 1301HA/1370/1371
If the BL-1300 is modified or used in any way other than described in
the specifications, its function and performance cannot be guaranteed.
When the BL-1300 is used in combination with other instruments, the
function and performance may be effected by operating conditions and
the surrounding environment.
It is prohibited to use or copy all or any part of this manual without prior
approval.
The information contained in this manual is subject to change without
notice.

Notice
When this product is used under the circumstances and operating
environments described below, adhere to the limitations of the ratings,
take adequate measures to ensure safety such as fail-safe installations
and consult a KEYENCE sales representative.
For use under circumstances or environments which are not described
in the manual
For use with nuclear power control, railway, aircraft, vehicles, Use the suitable IEC warning/explanatory label included in the
incinerators, medical equipment, entertainment equipment, safety package of this product according to the countries and/or regions
where this product is used.
devices etc. In this case, it can be affixed on the IEC warning/explanatory label,
For use in applications where death or serious property damage is which has already been affixed to this product.
possible and extensive safety precautions are required.

Safety precautions on laser product

Use of controls or adjustments or performance of


CAUTION procedures other than those specified herein may result
in hazardous radiation exposure.

Laser warning seal set: 1


BL- 1300/1301/1300HA/ BL-1350HA/1351HA
1301HA/1370/1371

Model Scanning direction Scan method Reading bar width Focal distance
BL-1300 Single
0.125 mm min. 120 mm
BL-1301 Raster
BL-1300HA Single
Front 0.081 mm min. 90 mm
BL-1301HA Raster
BL-1370 Single
0.15 mm min. 230 mm
BL-1371 Raster
BL-1350HA Single
Side 0.08 mm min. 65 mm
BL-1351HA Raster

1-2
1-1 Package Contents List and the BL Series Lineup

Dedicated communication unit 1


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Overview
Connector for RS-422A/485

RS-422A terminal layout label

N-UB N-L1 Instruction manual


(supplied for each unit)

96M00269 Locate the cables as far as possible from high-voltage


lines and power lines. Otherwise, generated noise may
cause product failure or malfunctions.
The N-R4 is a precision instrument. If the unit is
CAUTION dropped or shock is applied, it may be damaged. Use
Dedicated Communication Unit caution when unpacking, carrying, and mounting.
Be sure to observe all warnings, cautions, and
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N-R4
Do not install the N-R4 in the following locations:
Locations subject to direct sunlight
Locations where the surrounding air temperature is outside the
range of 0 to +50C or locations subject to condensation as the
Instruction Manual result of severe changes in temperature
Locations where the ambient humidity is outside the range of 35
to 85%RH.
Locations subject to corrosive or flammable gases
Locations subject to dust, salts, iron dust, or oil smoke
Locations subject to shock or vibration
Locations subject to exposure of water, oil, or chemicals
Locations where strong magnetic or electric fields are generated

Foreign Regulations and Standards


Failure to follow these instructions may lead to death or
DANGER serious injury. UL certification
The N-R4 complies with the following UL/CSA standards and has
obtained the UL/C-UL certification.
WARNING Failure to follow these instructions may lead to injury. Applicable standards UL508, UL60950-1
UL File No. E207185, E167973
Failure to follow these instructions may lead to product UL category NRAQ/NRAQ7, NWGQ2/NWGQ8
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Pollution degree 2
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The N-R4 complies with the following FCC EMI regulations.
For Safely Using the Product
FCC Part 15 Subpart B, Class B digital device
General precautions Canada IC (Industry Canada) regulations
At startup and during operation, be sure to check that the The N-R4 complies with the following IC EMI regulations.
functions and performance of the N-R4 is operating properly. ICES-003, Class B digital apparatus
We recommend that you take substantial safety measures to
avoid any damage in the event a problem occurs. CE marking
If the N-R4 is modified or used in any way other than described in The N-R4 complies with the following essential requirements of the EU
the specifications, its function and performance cannot be Directive.
guaranteed. EMC Directive (2004/108/EC)
When the N-R4 is used in combination with other instruments, the
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function and performance may be effected by operating conditions
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and the surrounding environment.
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Package Contents List
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96M00275 Locate the cables as far as possible from high-voltage
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CAUTION dropped or shock is applied, it may be damaged. Use
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described in the manual N-R4


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For use in applications where death or serious property damage is


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specifications or if modified, its functions and performance cannot
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