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yes dear each two numbers represent one character.
If you go to ASCII chart two hex number represent one number , so to get prefix like for example these two characters AB you need to scan 40 for A and 41 for B so these 4 characters.
Hi, to program two tiles before the data you must use Advanced Data Formatting bar codes from the LS2208 Product Reference Guide. You will need to print and scan the following barcodes: Begin new rule Send tilde Send tilde Send all data that remains Send enter key (if you need an enter after the data ) Save rule Go to the Motorola Solutiond Support Portal and search for LS2208 PRG. The guide has also been stored on Fixya.com
I don't have a manual with me tonight .. but I think its a code 3 of 9 with a twist. If the codes in your manual only have 2 barwidths (narrow and wide) my memory is correct. If there are more than 2 barwidths its c128.
A standard c3 of 9 barcode has a start-stop pattern that decodes into an '*'
When '12345 is rendered into a C3of9 barcode the code actually holds *12345*
Barcode readers spot the code by looking for the *. Metrologic's codes are using a different start stop pattern. Again if memory services me they use a '#' so this makes the code "unreadable" by all but a verifier. It also means that most barcode production programs can't print it ...becuase they impose the standard for start/stop patterns.
The easy way to create one of those cards (for Metrologic) is to forget all the yadda I'm giving you. Instead figure out which pages you need . Next copy the pages of barcodes you used to get the setup correct. Then do a cut and paste job onto a blank page of paper. It goes quite quickly and the barcodes copy well.
If none of that helps then PCscan a page of codes in your manual and email the image to me. My eyeballs are (sadly) calibrated to read barcodes and I can quickly tell you what you've got.
you have a "suffix" programmed into the barcode scanner. this is a common feature and allows for auditing (like a user signature) these can be removed, The code book should have pages of option programming barcodes, in which you should be able to find a section on programming prefixes and suffixes, there should be a control barcode which clears all suffixes. This should solve your problem