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Sleep mode I need to be able to prevent or extend the sleep mode on the PDT6842 units we are using. My guys are on production and this effects their money when they have to keep siging back into the system. I checked the settings on the AS400 and there is no timeout set for the hours we are using the guns.

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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.

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