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PSC QS6000: Do I need drivers to connect to a PC?

PSC QS6000 with a PSC Power Wedge 10: Do I need drivers to connect to a PC?

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    Where do I get these drivers?

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Ive got a second hand psc qs6000 plus barcode scanner. where do download its driver.


If you are looking to program your scanner:

USB Interface
Keyboard Interface

If you are using the USB interface, make sure you are plugging the scanner either directly into the computer, or if you are using a USB hub, it is a powered hub.

I hope this helps.

Aug 20, 2009 | PSC QS6000 Plus Handheld

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Windows XP does not recognize the Handheld scanner.


My guess is that the USB hub needs to be plugged in ... if for some reason the usb hub doesn't allow you to plug it in then you need to get one that you can plug in... because I believe the scanner is using more power that the usb port can power. Scanner usually need to be plugged directly into the computer or they need to be plugged into a powered hub.

I hope this helps!!!

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The Man Inside the Machine

May 11, 2009 | PSC QS6000 Plus Handheld

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QS6000 Plus with USB programing question


The document below programs the QS6500 Plus Scanner

R44-2805A Rev C
Available from

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

Jan 27, 2009 | PSC QS6000 Plus Handheld

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I need an owners manual


You can download a manual (06656 User's Guide/Programming Guide) at the DataLogic site. They bought PSC in 2005.
http://www.scanning.datalogic.com/sitefiles/result.aspx?m=Product%20Manual&p=53XX&l=english&d=1&t=search&s=NonCurrent

If your cables are connected between your keyboard and PC, be sure to set up the correct Keyboard Wedge Parameters, beginning on Page 34, to allow connectivity.
I'd start by scannig barcodes "CE" and "ZA" to reset to default wedge values. If that doesn't work, I'd procede to sc an "CF" for PC=AT,PS/2.
Pages 36 & 37 address the Caps Lock issue, where the scanned value is in the wrong upper or lower case.

Have a nice day,
Label_Guy

Jun 12, 2008 | PSC Quickscan GP5385 Handheld

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Psc qs6000 plus


If, during the programming session, you find that you are unsure of the scanner's settings or wish to reset the scanner's configuration, use the Return to Factory Settings label available in the Programming Overview section of the above programming guides. (Note: Use this label with caution, as it will disable ALL features that may have been programmed since the scanner's installation.)

Apr 08, 2008 | PSC QS6000

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Programming a USB PSC QS6000 Plus


Everything you need is came from your system mechanism. The only way to control your requirements is came from your programm coding.

at the start of the string sending must be filtered and rearrange from your program mechanism.

From what system you need to used barcode scanner? Are you using POS?

Hope you like my solution please rate me Solved.


best regards,

Philip

Nov 04, 2007 | PSC QS6000 Plus Handheld

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QS6000 Plus barcode scanner


you can not change a qs6000 from ps2 to usb by just changing the cable. the interface inside the unit needs to support usb, to check this look at label with the serial number and if it says "I/F=KBW/RS" your our of luck, and can only use ps2 or rs232. if it says "I/F=UW" then you can just scan 3 barcode from the manual to set the interface to usb

Aug 28, 2007 | PSC QS6000 Plus Handheld

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IBM Powerd USB not working


Are you using a USB 2.0 port?
Try a different USB cable.

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