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-The Default settings for the Honeywell 1400G Serial Barcode Scanner is: // +The Default settings for the Honeywell 1400G Serial Barcode Scanner is: \\ 
-Baud Rate : 115200 ​// +Baud Rate : 115200 ​\\ 
-Data Format : 8 Data Bits, No Parity Bit, 1 Stop Bit //+Data Format : 8 Data Bits, No Parity Bit, 1 Stop Bit \\
  
-On the customer'​s workstation,​ open Windows Device Manager, and find the available COM Ports. ​//+On the customer'​s workstation,​ open Windows Device Manager, and find the available COM Ports. ​\\
  
-Make a note of what COM ports are available because you may need to do a little trial and error to determine which COM port the scanner is physically connected to. //+Make a note of what COM ports are available because you may need to do a little trial and error to determine which COM port the scanner is physically connected to. \\
  
-Open the properties for the COM port, click on the Port Settings tab and set the Pits Per Second to 115200 bps //+Open the properties for the COM port, click on the Port Settings tab and set the Pits Per Second to 115200 bps \\
  
-Set the data bits to 8, Parity to None, stop bits to 1 and Flow Control to None. //+Set the data bits to 8, Parity to None, stop bits to 1 and Flow Control to None. \\
  
-Click OK and exit device manager. ​//+Click OK and exit device manager. ​\\
  
-Next Open the POS Device manager on the customer'​s workstation. ​//+Next Open the POS Device manager on the customer'​s workstation. ​\\
  
-Go to the Barcode Scanner tab and set the port to the one you noted in the Windows Device Manager. ​//+Go to the Barcode Scanner tab and set the port to the one you noted in the Windows Device Manager. ​\\
  
-Again set the settings for the Port to: // +Again set the settings for the Port to: \\ 
-Baud rate : 115200 bps, Data Format : 8 data bits, no parity bit and 1 stop bit //+Baud rate : 115200 bps, Data Format : 8 data bits, no parity bit and 1 stop bit \\
  
-Do a test scan and now the barcode should show up correctly in the POS Device manager. ​//+Do a test scan and now the barcode should show up correctly in the POS Device manager. ​\\
  
-If the port settings are wrong you may get some information in the preview window, but it will not match the barcode number you scanned. ​//+If the port settings are wrong you may get some information in the preview window, but it will not match the barcode number you scanned. ​\\
  
-If your barcode scans correctly in the POS Device Manager, you can open System Five, and test it there. ​// +If your barcode scans correctly in the POS Device Manager, you can open System Five, and test it there. ​\\
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-You can't test serial port barcode scanners in the Barcode Scanner section of the setup Wizard. Nothing will scan there. So open an invoice and scan a barcode there, or scan it into the part find screen. //+
  
 +You can't test serial port barcode scanners in the Barcode Scanner section of the setup Wizard. Nothing will scan there. So open an invoice and scan a barcode there, or scan it into the part find screen. \\
  
  
honeywell_1400g.txt · Last modified: 2019/04/30 14:43 by swind