Honeywell GS9590 manual


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    Voyager 9520/40 Voyager GS9590 Eclipse 5145 Quick Start Guide VG-ECL-QS Rev C 6/12 Aller à www.hone[...]

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    Getting Started Turn off the computer’s power be fore connecting the scanner, then power up the co[...]

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    Reading T echniques Recall Defaults Scan Enable Factory Defaults , then Recall Defaults to reset all[...]

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    Ke yboard W edge Ke yboard Country Scan a bar code to select one of the following keyboard country t[...]

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    AL T Mode If your bar code contains special characters from the extended ASCII chart, for example, a[...]

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

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

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    User Configurable Prefix/Suffix One or two prefix or suffix charac ters can be added and assigned fo[...]

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

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    UPC/EAN Formatting Scan Convert UPC-A to EAN-13 and a leading zero is transmitted before a UPC-A bar[...]

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    Expand UPC-E to 12 Digits ex pands the UPC-E code to the 12 digit, UPC-A f or mat. When Code 39 Full[...]

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    Check Digits The following selections allow you to specify whether the check digit should be transmi[...]

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

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    Code Bytes ³0 ³1 ³3 ³5 ³2 ³4 ³6 ³7 ³9 ³8[...]

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    ASCII Con version Char t Dec Hex Char Dec Hex Char Dec Hex Char Dec Hex Char Dec Hex Char 0 00 NUL 2[...]

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    T echnical Assistance Contact information for technical support, product service, and repair can be [...]