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That will probably only be adjusted in the actual barcode software that you are using within the mc9090 .. at the moment I am hundreds of miles away from my 9090..but if you still have not resolved this problem. Check to see what the name of the software thats actually turning on to decode the barcodes. It should have a setting...or let me know the name of the software and I'll do some research. I'm not an expert, but have fought with my 9090 for years. I've actually reached its data capabilities and have it sitting on the shelf as relic now
You could install "DataWedge", there you can configure the functionality of the laser.
By "lock" I hope you mean "Always on" in which case you can configure that:
1. Install DataWedge on the device (If not done so already)
2. Open DataWedge on the device (Control Panel)
3. Select "Advanced Config"
5. Profile 0
8. Select your scan engine, in my case "Blok buster"
9. Reader Params
10. Aim Type
11. Select "Continuous Read".
this link should get you in the right spot.. but you want the Cleaner Device Software if you can find it..
load it to a micro/SD card, put it into the device. plug into power, hold 1 & 9 press power.. release all.. press power again and hold yellow laser trigger until it asks you to update loader.. this will reset your device.
we had to disable power save on ours cause the scanner sleeps and shuts off wifi, and took 1-2 minutes to reconnect to our wifi radios.. and the app would time out.. so I suggest doing the same.
We have 'pens' that we can use on the screen, so I was able to click on the 'Window' icon at the bottom left corner, select 'Settings', then 'Control Panel', and double-click on 'Volume and Sounds'. I only work with touch-screen guns, so don't know how to get there without the 'pen'... though finger nails have worked, but it's tough with a small icon in the corner like that.
I don't know of any way to get it to vibrate. With our gloves, we wouldn't feel it anyway. In a warehouse, having the clicking sound loud enough means we can hear if a box is skipped or an error occurs.
No, not necessary. Let me know if you need any help related to Barcoding equipment.
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look online there are learning barcodes out there you can scan, look for one with zero in front, if you are making the barcodes yourself than put a * at the beginning and end and then make barcode, it will capture everything in between,
There should be an Exel program loaded onto the unit. You will have enable the scanner through a program. Or simply develop custom application (very costly) or contact us for better solution. You can always contact me directly email@example.com or 630-622-2024 toll free 866-271-9891 Ask for Andrew
This sounds like a programming issue. What application are you using? If you are using a terminal emulation software then you will need to check your host for the issue. If you are using a batch program where the files are stored on the scanner then you will need to check your "validation" files to make sure the code you are scanning is in the scanner.
Yes, depending what sofware you are using. Let me know and I can provide steps necessary for this request. You can always contact me directly firstname.lastname@example.org or 630-622-2024 toll free 866-271-9891 Ask for Andrew