MB110 Multi I/O Board

Interfaces for Easy Integration

MB110 Multi I/O Board is designed specifically to help developer test Marson 2D barcode scan engines. With multiple interfaces and cables available, MB110 largely reduces the development time and cost before integrating Marson 2D barcode scan engine into the host device.

2D barcode Multi I/O Board

Flexible Electric Integration

Compatible with the Marson 2D barcode scan engines, MB110 Multi I/O Board is a useful tool for developer to conduct testing and debugging with different standard interfaces including RS232, USB HID and USB VCP.

barcode Multi I/O Board

Reducing Development Time

With multiple interface cables available and wafer connector on MB110 Multi I/O Board, it is much easier for developer to connect Marson 2D barcode scan engine to different system platform via MB110, greatly reducing the development time and cost as well as verifying a new interface board design.

Specifications

Physical Characteristics
Dimension W35 x L70 x H8.8 mm
Weight 13.4g
Color Green
Material PCB
Connector 13pin Wafer Connector (pitch=1.25mm), Micro USB
Cable External Y-cable, Internal Y-cable, Micro USB cable
Trigger Scan Button
Indicator LED, Buzzer
 
Power
Operation Voltage 5 VDC ± 5%
Working Current depends on scan engine
Standby Current < 10mA
 
Connectivity
Interface/ Profile
  • RS232
  • USB HID
  • USB VCP
Compatibility MTD20
 
User Environment
Operating Temperature 0 ~ 50˚C
Storage Temperature -20 ~ 65˚C
Humidity 0% ~ 95%RH (Non-condensing)
 
Regulatory
ESD Functional after 4KV contact, 8KV Air discharge
(requires housing that is designed for ESD protection and stray from electric fields)
EMC/RF FCC Part 15B ClassB, CE EN55022/24
Environmental WEEE, RoHS 2.0
 
Out Of Box
Cable 13-pin to DB9F & USB A(M) Y Cable, 60cm, Black
(P/N: 7090-1583A00, QTY: 1)
13-pin to 10-pin & 5-pin Y Cable, 30cm, Black
(P/N: 5300-1315X00, QTY: 1)
Micro(M) to USB A(M) Cable, 1.5M, Black
(P/N: 7005-9892A50, QTY: 1)
 
* All Specifications are subject to change without notice.

Download

  • Document
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    Date
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  • Document
    MB110 Integration Guide v01
    Description
    Date
    2019-06-21