^BO
^BO

^BO

The
^BO
command creates a two-dimensional matrix symbology made up of square modules arranged around a bulls-eye pattern at the center.

Aztec Bar Code Parameters

The Aztec bar code works with firmware version V60.13.0.11A and V50.13.2 or later.
Format:
^BOa,b,c,d,e,f,g
Parameters
Details
a =
orientation
Values:
N =
normal
R =
rotated
I =
inverted 180 degrees
B =
read from bottom up, 270 degrees
Default:
current
^FW
value
b =
magnification factor
Values:
1
to
10
Default:
1
on
150
dpi printers
2
on
200
dpi printers
3
on
300
dpi printers
6
on
600
dpi printers
c =
extended channel interpretation code indicator
Values:
Y =
if data contains ECICs
N
= if data does not contain ECICs.
Default:
N
d =
error control and symbol size/type indicator
Values:
0 =
default error correction level
01
to
99 =
error correction percentage (minimum)
101
to
104 =
1 to 4-layer compact symbol
201
to
232 =
1 to 32-layer full-range symbol
300 =
a simple Aztec “Rune”
Default:
0
e =
menu symbol indicator
Values:
Y =
if this symbol is to be a menu (bar code reader initialization) symbol
N =
if it is not a menu symbol
Default:
N
f =
number of symbols for structured append
Values:
1
through
26
Default:
1
g =
optional ID field for structured append
The ID field is a text string with 24-character maximum
Default:
no ID
Example:
This is an example of the
^B0
command: