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Looked though the user manual, and it does not appear that is capability exists. Manual states that the unit will beep after a tag is read. No programming information was presented to change any sound options.
1. Press and hold the trigger for an extended period of time (approximately 5 seconds). The scanner cycles
through three settings (Low, Medium, High) emitting a 2-beep tone at each setting.
2. To select a particular setting, release the trigger after you hear the desired 2-beep tone.
The default setting for this scanner is EAN13 enabled. This means that all 12 character barcodes will be changed to 13 characters by adding a zero in front.
How to Disable:
Open the manual that came with the scanner (it's available to download on the Cipherlab web page if you don't have it).
Find the UPCA Parameters barcodes (currently page 29). The next heading down is Convert to EAN13. You will see the disable and enable barcodes.
1) Scan Enter Setup Barcode (on practically every page of the manual at the bottom). The scanner will beep 6 times.
2) Scan the Convert to EAN13 Disable barcode. The scanner will beep once.
3) Scan the Update barcode at the bottom of the same page.
Your scanner should now read both 12 and 13 character barcodes correctly.
it looks like the scanner lost the settings. As power is there, so connection is ok. The several (four) beeps after reading the barcode means communication error.
Please try to find the original sheet with configuration barcodes or download it from support.symbol.com website, you would need to scan the barcode for IBM PC/AT & IBM Compatibles from Keyboard Wedge Chapter.
Usually Barcode devices come with a code book to program them,
This is usually contained in the user manual, and will be several pages of barcodes,
using these barcodes you can set the options of your handheld device, including what types of barcodes it can read and other options like output formats and seperator characters, you should also be able to change whether it beeps or not,