Honeywell 7120 manual

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    IS3480 QuantumE QuantumT 3580 Fusion 3780 Orbit 7120/7180 Solaris 7820 Quick Start Guide Aller à ww[...]

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    1 Getting Started Turn off the computer’s power before connecting the scanner, then power up the c[...]

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    2 Connecting the Scanner Serial (RS232) Ke yboard We d g e optional adapter cable Connect to scanner[...]

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    3 Recall Defaults Scan Recall Defaults to reset all standard product default settings. ³ 999998 Rec[...]

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    4 Interface Selections USB ³ 4164140 ³ 999970 ³ 416400 USB Keyboard Emulation Load Integrated Ful[...]

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    5 RS232 Keyb oa rd W e dg e Ke yboard Country Scan a bar code to select one of the following keyboar[...]

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    6 ³ 416210 ³ 416200 United Kingdom Belgium ³ 416230 Germany/Austria ³ 416220 France[...]

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    7 AL T Mode Use ALT Mode when bar codes or formatting rules include Extended ASCII data that might n[...]

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    8 Note: Scan ALT mode after scanning the appropriate Keyboard Country code. ³ 116217 Enable 3-digit[...]

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    9 RS232 Communication Commands ³ 115816 RTS/CTS Handshaking On ³ 115914 XON/XOFF On ³ 115913 ACK/[...]

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    10 P ower Sa ve Modes Scan the following bar codes to have the scanner to enter/exit from various po[...]

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    11 ³ 319420 ³ 319430 ³ 118617 Laser Off Power Save Laser and Motor Off Power Save Power Save Mode[...]

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    12 Host Scanner Commands Scan the Enable D/E Disable bar code below to disable scanning after the sc[...]

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    13 Scan the Activate DC2 Character bar code below initiate scanning with the receipt of a DC2 charac[...]

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    14 LED Options Scan the Laser LED Off/Sc an LED Off bar code to turn off the laser/scan LED while sc[...]

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    15 Prefix Scan one of the following bar codes to program your scanner to add or remove a start of te[...]

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    16 ³ 107905 AIM ID Prefix Off ³ 107901 ³ 107911 NCR Prefix On NCR Prefix Off ³ 107917 Nixdorf Pr[...]

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    17 Suffix Scan one of the following bar codes to program your scanner to add or remove a carriage re[...]

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    18 ³ 116612 LF Suffix On ³ 116602 LF Suffix Off ³ 116610 Tab Suffix On ³ 116600 Tab Suffix Off[...]

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    19 User Configurable Prefix/Suffix One or two prefix or suff ix characters can be added and assigned[...]

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    20 Example: To add an asterisk (*) as a prefix, scan the bar codes: 1. Enter/Exit Programming 2. Con[...]

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    21 Supplements Scan one of the bar codes below to program your scanner for 2 or 5 digit bar code sup[...]

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    22 ³ 101217 ³ 101207 2 Digit Supplements Off 2 Digit Supplements On ³ 101216 5 Digit Supplements [...]

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    23 977 (2 Digit) Supplement Required: Tu rn o n t hi s feature when a 2 digit s upplement is require[...]

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    24 UPC/EAN Formatting Scan Convert UPC-A to EAN-13 and a leading zero is transmitted befor e a UPC-A[...]

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    25 Scan Transmit Lead Zero on UPC-E to transmit a zero before each UPC-E bar code. ³ 107513 Transmi[...]

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    26 Scan Transmit UPC-A Number System to transmit the UPC-A leading digit with the bar code data. To [...]

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    27 Expand UPC-E to 12 Digits e xpands the UPC-E code to the 12 digit, UPC-A f or mat. ³ 107515 Expa[...]

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    28 When Code 39 Full ASCII On is scanned, cer tain character pairs within the bar code symbol will b[...]

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    29 ³ 107517 ³ 107507 Don’t Transmit UPC-A Check Digits *Transmit UPC-A Check Digits ³ 107516 ³[...]

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    30 GS1 Symbology Due to the large spaces commonly found in GS1 DataBar symbologies, it is recommende[...]

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    31 Host Configurations Scan one of the following codes, then scan the Recall Defaults code, to progr[...]

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    32 ³ 84661280 ³ 84660030 ³ 84660140 Verifone® Ruby Terminal Defaults Gilbarco® Terminal Default[...]

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    33 Miscellaneous Minimum Symbol Length specifies the minimum number of characters al lowable for non[...]

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    34 Code Bytes ³0 ³1 ³3 ³2[...]

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    35 ³6 ³7 ³5 ³4[...]

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    37 ASCII Con version Chart Dec Hex Char Dec Hex Char Dec Hex Char Dec Hex Char Dec Hex Char 0 00 NUL[...]

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    38 Pa t e n t s For patent information, please refer to www.honeywellaidc.com/patents . T echnical A[...]

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    39 This document contains proprietary information that is protected by copyright. All rights are res[...]

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