International Edition, Rev.2.2 Beta Release
Rev. No. Rev.2.0 Beta Rev.2.1 Beta Released Date Aug. 01, 2008 Aug. 21, 2008 First Release Page 29 Vibrator – Default value is changed from Disable to Enable. Page 31 Auto Power Off Duration – Default value is changed from Extremely long to Short Page 30 Rename “Pulse Driven Duty” to “Flash DutyCycle” Page 31 Besides Alternative mode, the Auto Power Off Duration is also applicable to Presentation Mode and Flash Model. Page 31 Besides Force Mode, Presentation Mode, Flash Mode is also referred to as “hands free” mode. Hands Free Time-out setting is applicable to hands free mode. Page 31 The Good Read Duration is applicable for Vibration and Beep, not for LED. Page 17 Code128/EAN-128Setting (Parameter Selection – revise to Disable/Enable function code conversion from Disable/Enable check digit transmission) Description
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Table of Contents
Getting Familiar with your FuzzyScan Connecting/Disconnecting Cable Connecting Host Interface 1 1 2
Configure Your FuzzyScan
Bar Code Programming Manual Programming Procedures Host Interface Selection Symbology Reading Control Keyboard Interface Control 3 4 8 9 20 24 27 28 32
Serial Interface Control Wand Emulation ControlOperation Control Condensed DataWizard
Keyboard Function Code Table ASCII Input Shortcut Host Interface Quick Set / Operation Mode Quick Set Option Codes System Commands 39 40 41 42 43
Getting Familiar with your FuzzyScan
Thank you for choosing Cino FuzzyScan Imager. All FuzzyScan Imagers deliver world-class performance for a broad range of marketapplications to unleash your productivity. This document provides installation and programming instructions for FuzzyScan Imagers.
FuzzyScan imagers provide PS/2(DOS/V) Keyboard Wedge, RS-232 Serial, USB interfaces capability. To disconnect the cable, please straighten one end of a paper clip, then insert it into the cable release hole and press in. After that,...
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