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PSC 6000 Plus not scanning

We have Datalogic QuickScan 6000 Plus scanners attached to PSC Powerwedge 20 Dual FD-000-22. We recently had to replace one of the scanners, but it's not reading any barcodes. Unfortunately, I don't have access to the original setup, so I do not know if there was any programming involved. Is there a test mode or reset that will let me know if the scanner is working? Thanks.

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  • brinedoller Jan 09, 2009


    Scanner Cable (RJ45 to molded DB9) - PSC 8-0419-01

    Keyboard Wedge Cable (PS/2) - Percon 00-061-00



    Desktop computer. Wedge is connected to Mettler Toledo Scale.



    Thanks for you help.








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There are a few questions:

What kind of cable do you use?
USB, SERIAL, PS2

What kind of computer?
Normal computer or Laptop?

Then...

When you recieve the scanner like new you always have to program it.

First you do

Reset to factory defaults.... Never do this with working scanners

then

you have to program it.

First the Connection type
and then if needed a computer type.

After that you usually have to scan a suffix.

This means when you scan a barcode it needs to do something after.

normally it doesn't give Enter after you scan.
That is what the suffix is for.

and then you scan additional symbologies to scan

Like Code 39, UPC A etc. etc.

It needs to be programmed with the manual you recieved.
if you don't have it you can download here.

http://www.scanning.datalogic.com/sitefiles/manuals.aspx

go down in the list to quickscan 6000
and programming manual.

please don't print all the pages. only what you need.

If you need more help i will hear it.

good luck.

Posted on Jan 09, 2009

  • goovy75 Jan 09, 2009

    Ah is see.



    So the scanner is connected to the extra port on the scale by RS232 or a serial connection.



    The toledo scale is connected to the pc with ps2.



    In this case you have to program the scanner by cable type rs232.



    usually it's



    baudrate 9600

    no parity

    1 bit parity.



    First i would go to this manual.

    https://easeofaccess.scanning.datalogic....



    When i say a page number i mean the number in pdf up not what is printed on the paper.

    go to page 6 and print it. scan the barcode return to factory.

    then again page 6 and scan "scan this label to enable rs232 interface.



    then go to page 7 and print it.

    scan set then i think 9600 (if it doesn't work you can alway scan return to factory and retry another)



    then page 8 and scan parity "none"

    stop bit 1

    data bits 8

    and scan end.



    and try.



    NOTE!



    when you scan bar codes of programming you usually have to begin with scanning barcode "SET" and if you are finished you have to scan "END"



    The scanner will bleep one time if its good and if its bad it gives you to short bleeps if i remember well.



    good luck

  • goovy75 Jan 09, 2009

    sorry when i said 1 bit parity. i meant 1 Stop bit not 1 bit parity

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