Question about Symbol PDT6842-NIS632EU Portable Data Terminal
You will need to exit the application and exit to dos. From the d: prompt, type cfg24 and that will give you the configuration menus. From there you will find the sleep mode settings.
Posted on Mar 26, 2009
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