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faq:programming_a_symbol_ls_2208_barcode_scanner [2020/04/27 17:08]
kevin
faq:programming_a_symbol_ls_2208_barcode_scanner [2020/05/01 09:45] (current)
craig [Preferred USB Serial Configuration]
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 Most modern scanners support **USB-Serial**,​ sometimes called USB CDC Host. This can be used with the POS device manager and will work reliably without losing scans. ​ It will work with all versions of Remote Desktop. It is also the easiest to configure as it requires no preamble characters. Just select the Virtual COM port in System Five and you are done. Most modern scanners support **USB-Serial**,​ sometimes called USB CDC Host. This can be used with the POS device manager and will work reliably without losing scans. ​ It will work with all versions of Remote Desktop. It is also the easiest to configure as it requires no preamble characters. Just select the Virtual COM port in System Five and you are done.
  
-<note important>​This configuration of USB-Serial will require the POS Device Manager</​note>​+<note important>​This configuration of USB-Serial will require the POS Device Manager\\ 
 +Scanners manufactured prior to Dec 31, 2014 will not have this option</​note>​
  
 Both System Five on Cloud and On-Prem customers should use USB-Serial with the Remote POS Device Manager. You no longer need the STX preamble for USB-Serial configurations. ​ {{ :​barcodescan:​symbol_ls2208.pdf | LS 2208 Using USB-Serial port}} Both System Five on Cloud and On-Prem customers should use USB-Serial with the Remote POS Device Manager. You no longer need the STX preamble for USB-Serial configurations. ​ {{ :​barcodescan:​symbol_ls2208.pdf | LS 2208 Using USB-Serial port}}
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