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We have a problem with reading out ascii chars 029 (group seperator) and 030 (record separator). Do you know why these chars aren't read out with the MC9090 and can you say us how we must do the configuration of these scanner so that the MC9090 is reading out these ascii chars? Thanks in advance.

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SOURCE: Do I need to purchase the Device Configuration Package?

Depending on what application your client will use, you will need to configure the scanner in which ever way suits your customer.

If you use a telnet client kind like wavelink, you can configure it from there. If you planning on using some other application that has not scaner api's, you will need to use datawedge which is available as a free download from symbol support.

The DCP is normally available free of charge, however motorola has changed the downloads policy for dcp and depending on the version, you may need to provide them with information of the terminal and request the download.

I hope this helps.

Posted on Mar 26, 2009

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SOURCE: Types of Barcode that can be scanned using Symbol MC9090

It can read all standard symbologies apart from PDF symbologies unless it is equipped with an imager scan engine.

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SOURCE: Cannot read symbologie/BarCode: i25(interleaved 2


You will need to configure the telnet emulator from your pc first and download it to the terminal after.

Check the version of telnet emulator you have. To do this, go to the options menu on the emulator and click on about wavelink.

Register yourself on and download the same client version as installed on the terminal. (Don't forget to download the Active sync version.

Tweak all the configuration parameters on the emulator once you have installed it on your pc also enable i2of5 symbology and then download the config only to the terminal.

Posted on Mar 26, 2009

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SOURCE: geting ascii chararter

Hold down ALT and Pres 179 then release ALT and the character will show up. Or you can hold down Shift and press the Button above Enter, also has a \ on it.

Posted on Jun 19, 2009

SOURCE: first time connection?

The MC9090 does not require any installation.

All it requires that you have ActiveSync installed on you PC. That can be downloaded directly from Microsoft. got to and just seach for activesync.

Just make sure that the MC9090 is configured to comminicate via USB

Settings >> System >> USBConfig

Make sure it is set to [USB Client Mode].


Settings >> Connections >> USB to PC

Make sure that [Enable advanced network functionality] is ticked.

If you need any more help dont hesitate to contact us

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