Honeywell 1902/1912 manual

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    Xenon™ 1902/1912 Cordless Area-Imaging Scanner Quick Start Guide Crdlss-NG2D-QS Rev D 8/12 Aller ?[...]

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    Note: Refer to your user’s guide fo r information about cleaning your device. For localized langua[...]

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    Connecting the Scanner USB: Ke yboard W edge:[...]

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    RS232 Serial P ort: RS485:[...]

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    Reading T ec hniques The view finder projects an aiming beam that should be centered over the bar co[...]

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    RS485 Interface The RS485 interface defaults to port 5B. If you have an IBM POS terminal using port [...]

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    USB PC Ke yboard Scan the following code to pr ogram the scanner f or a USB PC Key b oa r d. Ke yboa[...]

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    Note: For a complete list of countr y codes, see the User’s Guide for your product at our website,[...]

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    Unlinking the Scanner If the base has a scanner linked to i t, that scanner must be unlinked before [...]

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    Suffix If you want a carriage return after the bar code, scan the Add CR Suffix bar code . To add a [...]

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    Function Code T ransmit When this selection is enabled an d function codes are contained within the [...]

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    Data Format Editor Instructions The following are abbreviated instru ctions for entering a data form[...]

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    Programming Chart 0 2 1 4 3 5 6 7[...]

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    A B C D E F 9 8 Save[...]

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    EZConfig-Scanning To access additional features for the scanner use EZConfig- Scanning, an online co[...]

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    Web Address: www.honeywellaidc.com[...]