Question about Symbol DS9808-SR00007NNWR - Motorola Ds9808Sr Bar Code Reader - Handheld Bar Code Reader - Wired - Imager
We've got a serious problem in our company. We have just got the scanner, but it doesnt provide all type of letters. Let's have a look: we are scanning QR code that cotains Polish letters The problem is: we've got a QR code that contains: PLAC"O"WKA "Z"ABI"E"CICE Let's say "O" "Z" and "E" is a polish letters (I cannot post it here - fixYa doesnt allow me to) When we scan QR with scanner what we got is: PLACWKA ABCICE The scanner misses the polish letters. We've installed 123scan for Motorola scanners, and we scanned barcodes from manual, tried A LOT of options and nothing works for us. We cant work with this problem, and we are stuck since yesterday. Please help.
there are bar codes for the country you are in underneth programing bar codes 3rd one down in the 3rd colom
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Posted on Jan 31, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: barcode scanner won't scan.
You are likely experiencing power sag. If you are using a 15 foot usb cable try a 6 foot one instead. Even if that doesn't work it still could be power sag.
We sell an external power cable kit that replaces your USB cable with one that includes a power pack on the computer side.
The power pack provides the extra power you need.
It happens when it does becuase when the laser comes on more power is needed than available. The 5 VDC sags and the processor whigs out on you.
Posted on Jan 05, 2008
There is more than one way for that imager to send data to the computer. Are you using USB, serial, or is there a little box that goes between your existing keyboard and the PC that accepts the scanner connector?
Posted on Jan 05, 2008
I don't know if this applies to the LS22208.
Symbol Support FAQ says;
A slow continuous flashing LED on the LS9208 indicates that the LS9208 has been put into “programming mode” and is ready to scan programming bar codes. Once the LS9208 is correctly programmed, the LED should stop flashing and remain on, indicating that the scanner is ready for use.
A fast, continuously flashing LED on the LS9208 indicates an internal problem. When the LED is in this state, the LS9208 laser is also shut off for regulatory reasons.
We support these for some big retailers. When they call with that issue 99/100 it's reseat the cable from the base of the scanner (or the system if accesible), no re-programming).
Posted on Jan 16, 2009
It can read all standard symbologies apart from PDF symbologies unless it is equipped with an imager scan engine.
Posted on Mar 26, 2009
The barcode must be a Code 39 barcode, not a Code 39 Extended or Full ASCII barcode. The Enable Code 39 Full ASCII must be scanned from the Symbologies section of the LS2208 Product Reference Guide (page 186 of 342). The Enable Function Key Mapping barcodes would have to be scanned if you are seeing something other than the tab happen when you scan into your application. In Word, for instance you will see the italics enable/disbled whenever the $I is encountered in the barcode.
As for the Covert to Code 39 Full ASCII- that is for Wand and Scanner emulation. The setting was having no effect because you were not connecting to either of these hosts.
Posted on Oct 26, 2009
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