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The scanner needs to be programmed to hit the enter for you. Motorola Solutions article ADC-00316 has a link to the barcodes you need to scan: Scan Options, Data Suffix and Enter. This link should take you there: portal motorolasolutions com
This is a custom setting. You will find on the user manual (and also at the bottom of the Quick Start guide) a special barcode that, when scanned, toggles between "CR after barcode" and "No CR after barcode".
Check metroselect single line configuration guide page no. 2
1) Scan Enter/Exit configuration mode it gives 3 beeps
2)Scan recall defaults it gives single beep
3)Scan Enter /exit configuration mode it gives 3 beeps
Now scanner is set to default setting
Print Adobe pages 128 and 129 of 302 of the M2000 Series Product Reference Guide and scan the "Scan Options" "Data Suffix" and "Enter" barcodes. The scanner will give two beeps after the first barcode, two beeps after the second and a warble after the third programming (Enter) barcode.