MS9520 serial connected to the terminal - does not send keys to the terminal server
MS9520 connected to COM1 is working properly at the workstation, using Softwedge. Keys sent are seen in Notepad. But when I login to the terminal server, keys are not sent. In the terminal connection configuration dialog "serial ports" is checked. In the session client port is seen as TS033 (MyPC:COM1). Please give me a hint, how should I configure the scanner.
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If it is using the MX009 USB Cable it wont scan with the standard configuration. You will need extra configs such as enable Rs-232 Mode, Enable Xon/Xoff handshaking etc..
These can be found on the www.Metrologic.com website which will divert you to Honeywell website
for the scanner, u need to program it to suit Casio Cash Register, eg: baud rate, parity , data bit & so on...other wise, the Cash Register cannot receive the signal from the scanner.
After program the scanner , please perform "flag clear" to the cash register.
The MS9520 with RS232 needs the AC adapter plugged in to operate, the adapter plugs into the serial cable at the plastic "bulge". Cable part number is 53000c-3
Hope this helps, Terry @ TAG Technical INC
Did you read the installation and configuration manuals? I download them from this website: http://tinyurl.com/359pwh
Your scanner might note be configured correctly.
here are the guides I downloaded: http://tinyurl.com/2sakgf
And the MFG website where you can download the material: http://www.metrologic.com/corporate/products/pos/ms9520/
The scanner and host system must use the same communication protocol. I have a feeling the scanner is not configured correctly. The USB and serial connectors are 2 different types of configuration, but there are more.
You can also download the drivers and POS software from there website.