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  • Regarding T600 scanner, after the barcode is read there is an automatic code - (a return or (/C) command) - which we don't want. We want the barcode to be read and then nothing to happen - no automatic return at the end of the scan. In other words we want . . .
    BARCODE
    but not . . .
    BARCODE


    The scanned data without automatic return, please program as below:

    Please refer to the programming manual page 40.
    1) Scan "Enter"
    2) Scan "None"
    3) Scan "Exit"

    After you program above, if you still need a "space" between 2 data, you may program as below:
    Please refer to the programming manual at page 40
    1) Scan "Enter"
    2) Scan "Space"
    3) Scan "Exit"

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  • UF-101 specs What are the technical specifications of your UFO-101 CCD Barcode Scanner?

    80 mm CCD BAR CODE SCANNER SPECIFICATION MODEL NO. UF-101 WIDTH 80 mm OPTIC-ELECTRONIC DESIGN FEATURE Image Sensor High Resolution Charge-coupled Devices (CCD) Liner Image Sensor CCD Resolution 2160 pixels Light Source Red LED Array at 660nm PERFORMANCE CHARACTERISTICS Scan Repetition Rate 33 scans/sec PCS Value 0.45 Narrow Bar Resolution 0.100 mm Reading Angle 0 deg. (Forward) to 90 deg. (Backward) Depth of Field 0 - 25 mm Read Confirmation "White Light LED Indicator, Programmable Volume Buzzer" Max. Code Length 80 mm Bar Code Format "Code 11, Code 32, Code 39, Code93, Code128, Coda Bar,UPC-A, UPC-E, EAN-8, EAN-13, MSI/Plessey, CIP39, Telepen, China Postal Code, Interleaved 2of 5, Industrial 2 of 5, Matrix 2of 5" Keyboard Types "US, French, German, Spanish, Italian, UK, Swiss,Belgium,Netherlands,etc… 20kinds" Advanced Features "User Programmability of data format, Code Identification, Prefix, Suffix" Reading Protocol "Trigger Switch, Decoder Build-in Type" PHYSICAL CHARACTERISTICS Case Material High Impact ABS Plastic with Rubber end Piece Cable "80mm-RJ Type Phone Jack Cable, Straight" Connector Cable "PS2,Keyboard wedge, RS232, Wand, TTL, PS2,Mac,NEC" Net Weight Approx. 175g without cable

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  • DataMatrix specs What are the technical specifications of your DataMatrix CCD Barcode Scanner?

    DataMatrix CCD Barcode Scanner. Decoded Scanner - Built-in decoder. Standard AT Style Keyboard Interface. It is easy to install. A 'Y' connection (included) plugs into the PC's keyboard port. This connects both the bar code reader and the keyboard (which you are currently using). No external power source is necessary. • Decoded • 3" CCD Scanner • .5" Depth of Field • IBM AT (5 Pin) & PS2 (6 Pin Mini-Din) Cable Included

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  • Using ISBN numbers Can we use the barcode that is already on the back of some books?

    No. For several reasons. The barcode field in PAL's Catalog panel will not accomodate a barcode longer than 8 characters. The book (or other media) barcode should begin with a "B". PAL does an error check when you are checking out books so that you don't inadvertantly use the patron ID barcode where the book barcode should be. There are also other reasons not to use the ISBN barcode. It's at different places on different books slowing down use of PAL for checkouts, returns, and inventory-taking.

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  • Adding "ENTER" after scanning - UF-101 How to program the UF-101 CCD Barcode Scanner to add "ENTER" after each scan

    The following methods should meet your inquiry. 1) Method 1: Step 1: Open the manual Version 1.2 to Page 9 (1. Set Default Configuration) Step 2: Scan "Begin" Step 3: Scan "Default" Actually, the UF-101 already has set this function before shipment. You should not have to use suffix. 2) Method 2: If you still want to use the "suffix", you also could use the steps below: Step 1: Open the manual Version 1.2 to Page 22 (10. Code 39 Control) Step 2: Scan " Begin" "Full ASC " "End" Step 3: Open the manual to Page 38 (25. Set Suffix) Step 4: Scan "Begin" "Suffix" Step 5: Open the manual to Page 40(Appendix A: Hexadecimal/Decimal Table) Step 6: Scan "0" "D" "SET" Step 7: Open the manual to Page 38(25. Set Suffix) Step 8: Scan "End" After you do the above steps, then the UF-101 will do "enter" automatically without pressing keyboard after scanning a barcode.

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  • Manual for UF-101 or Pro Tracer: If lost my Manual. Please can send the manual of the scanner via email.

    We don't have digital versions of the scanner manuals. However, we do generally have extra copies in stock of the UF-101 programming manual (and of the Pro Tracer programming manual) which we sell for $3.50 + $2.50 USA shipping. Below is a Paypal link for your convenience. http://tinyurl.com/7jtav For shipping to outside of USA please email us at info@neuton.net for mailing rates.

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  • Multiple Books Checkouts: If one person has more than one book, do you have to scan the library card before you scan each book, or do you just scan the library card once for each person?

    With PAL, v.3.4, you have to scan the library card for each time you scan a book. We set it up like this because, our experience showed that, for most small school libraries (which most of our customers are), this is faster and less confusing. This way, you can check out many students without ever having to touch, or even look at, the computer keyboard. You only use the barcode scanner. Also, the constant picking up and dropping down the scanner (to make a keyboard entry for a new borrower) wears out the scanner much faster. And finally, we found that in these libraries generally students were not permitted to check out more than one or two books at a time anyway.

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  • How do you create and print bar codes for books to be scanned?

    There are several ways to do this. 1) You can purchase custom printed barcode labels from Neuton Data Systems - which is most economical for up to, say, 10,000 labels 2) You can purchase barcode printing software and print on Avery labels on your laser printer (you would then probably need to purchase barcode label protectors to go over the labels) 3) You can purchase a barcode label printer which will print on Plastic-type (propylene) labels and software to go with this.

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