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If you look in the manual, you will see the code to place the scanner in to "stand" mode which should do as you request. This mode is restricted to certain models however. Near as I can tell, there are a few variants of the Z-3051HS model that support this. Reference the manual at the link below. Please update this with any other questions you may have.
This device needs no software. You first need to set it up with the configuration card (http://www.zebex.com/old_website/documents/quick_program_card/z-3000.3001.3010/Programming%20Card_U_090202.pdf). Then it should scan the barcode number in to the selected text area.
Hello Suzanne. The problem you are going to find here is that Zebex doesn't make this model anymore and haven't for some time. If the unit has power and emits a beam, I have the Zebex generic Programming Card and Programming Guide available on my company's website. Have a look at the sections that include the "reset default" barcodes. Print out that page and try scanning them with your scanner. Resetting the scanner to it's default programming may get everything ironed out. If the scanner doesn't have power or emit a beam, then unfortunately you will be looking at getting a replacement scanner. I can recommend several different scanners what would work fantastically and be quite cheap. If you still need help, please feel free send a message or email me. I hope this helps. Good luck!
I seldom do this ...but I will comment on the Zebex scanner. This is ...errr ... not the best choice for future scanner needs. I will never forget commercial Zebex experience. They should have stuck to anti freeze (just kidding).
However if it did work and now doesn't there is one problem that is so obvious no one thinks of it ... check the clear plastic protector on teh front and see if it need cleaned. Greasy environments usually fog it over time.
I have the Zebex default codes somewhere in the shop ... but you can replace that scanner with a nice PSC, Mot, or Intermec for about 120.00 why not do that?
First of all,have you tried using a notepad ? just to verify that your scanner connected correctly to your pc
If it's fine then you should find out if there's an enabled properties of your object such as text box, combo box, that was set to False,change it into true.