Honeywell Xenon 1900 manual

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    Easy DL Total Freed om ™ Formatti ng Plug- In ™ Integration Guide[...]

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    Disclaimer Honeyw ell Internatio nal Inc . (“HI I”) reserve s the rig ht to ma ke change s in sp[...]

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    iii T able of Cont ent s Introducti on Overvi ew ...................................................[...]

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    1 Introduc ti on Overview Honeyw ell ’s Ea sy DL ™ softw are plug - in parses bar code data foun[...]

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    3 Getting S tarte d Configuration Utilit y Your imager is support ed by a configur ation uti lity, E[...]

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    4 3. Connect th e cable to t he imag er and an available RS 232 ser ial or US B port on the host sys[...]

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    5 9. Click on the Ope n Fil e button in the Flash Uti lity w indow. 10. Locate and o pen the dow nlo[...]

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    6 To Enable EasyD L Software Plug- In For products supported by EZConfig - Scanning: Scan the Enable[...]

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    7 Encryp ted Dat a and E asy DL Special Configurati on Required fo r Encrypted Data Some US dri ver?[...]

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    9 Dat a T rans missi on Confi gur ation with E ZConfi g - Sc anning Before start ing the configur at[...]

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    10 Multi-Delimiter Con figuration (Diffe rent or Varying Quantity) The multi - del imiter con figura[...]

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    11 Standard Enter/Exit Configuration Bar Codes Start Stan dard Confi guration End Configur ation Mul[...]

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    12 Data Field Opt ions First N ame Middle N ame Last Nam e Date of Birth Expiration Date Issued Dat [...]

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    13 State Postal Code Height W eight Eye Color Hair Co lor Gender ID Number Organ Donor[...]

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    14 Class Endorseme nts Res tric ti on Issuer Id entificatio n Number ( IIN ) Duplicate s Customer ID[...]

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    15 Data Field Delimiter Options Tab * Comma “,” Carat “^” Space “ “ Carriage R eturn “[...]

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    16 Date Formats * MM/DD/YYY Y MM/DD/ YY MM - DD -YYYY MM - DD -YY MMDDYYYY MMDDYY For EasyDL V ersio[...]

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    17 Data Transmi ssion Configu ra tion with MetroSet2 Before start ing the configuratio n process, i [...]

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    18 Multi-Delimiter Con figuration (Diffe rent or Vary ing Quantity) The multi - del imiter configur [...]

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    19 Standard Enter/Exit Configuration Bar Codes Start Standard C onfigurat ion ³ 9 9 0 2 1 4 End Con[...]

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    20 Data Field Options First N ame Street ³ 9 9 0 2 2 f 1 2 ³ 9 9 0 2 2 f 7 1 Middle N ame Street 2[...]

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    21 Height Class ³ 9 9 0 2 2 f 8 2 ³ 9 9 0 2 2 f 7 9 W eight Endorseme nts ³ 9 9 0 2 2 f 8 4 ³ 9 [...]

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    22 Data Field Delimite r Options Tab Carriage R eturn “C R” ³ 9 9 0 2 2 s t ³ 9 9 0 2 2 s r * [...]

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    23 Date Format s * MM/DD/YYYY MMDDYYYY ³ 9 9 0 2 2 d 0 ³ 9 9 0 2 2 d 1 MM/DD/ YY MMDDYY ³ 9 9 0 2[...]

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    25 Jurisd icti onal Upda te Ins truc tions Honeyw ell creates updat e package s that ar e jurisdic t[...]

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    26 For products supported by MetroSet2: T o implement a jurisdi ctiona l update: 1. Scan the Start U[...]

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    27 Easy DL V ersion Ide ntif ication Scan the b ar code bel ow to trans mit t he version of Easy DL [...]

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    29 E nd U ser L icense A gr eement This Licen se Agreem ent (“Agr eement”) is a leg al agree men[...]

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    30 Open Source If you use O pen Sour ce softw are in co njunction w ith the S oftw are, you must ens[...]

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    31 DISCLAIMERS AND LIMITATIONS OF LIABILITY: THE SOFT W ARE IS NOT FAULT TOLERANT, AND IS PROVIDED A[...]

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    32 Distributors and Resellers In additi on to the Li cense r ights gra nted in this License A greeme[...]

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    33 3. The follow ing open so urce sof tw are is subject t o the “A cademic F ree License (AF L) Ve[...]

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    34 8. The follow ing open so urce sof tw are is subject t o the G NU LGPL v 2.1: rx txcomm.jar, rx t[...]

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    35 THIS SOFT W ARE IS PROVIDED BY THE COPYRIGHT HOLDERS AND CONTRIBU TORS "AS IS" A ND ANY[...]

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    37 Cust omer Support Technical As sistan ce If you ne ed assist ance insta lling or troubl eshooting[...]

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