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pos_devices_-_barcode_scanners [2020/04/28 10:30]
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 To Configure System Five for a serial device, open the Windward Point of Sale Device Manager in the Windows Tooltray usually in the bottom right of your screen. ​ Select the Barcode Scanner Tab, select the Port Settings text and Set the Baud rate to 9600, No Parity, 8 Data Bits.  If the port settings show in RED, this means that the Point of Sale Device Manager was un-able to open the COM Port.  Either the port does not exist, or some other device is already using it.  Check the other POS device tabs to ensure that no other device is also set to your chosen serial port. To Configure System Five for a serial device, open the Windward Point of Sale Device Manager in the Windows Tooltray usually in the bottom right of your screen. ​ Select the Barcode Scanner Tab, select the Port Settings text and Set the Baud rate to 9600, No Parity, 8 Data Bits.  If the port settings show in RED, this means that the Point of Sale Device Manager was un-able to open the COM Port.  Either the port does not exist, or some other device is already using it.  Check the other POS device tabs to ensure that no other device is also set to your chosen serial port.
  
-No configuring of the scanner should be required.+See [[faq:​programming_a_symbol_ls_2208_barcode_scanner]] for more configuration options. 
 <note tip>The advantage of the serial port scanner is that there is never any confusion between a keyboard number input and a barcode scan. <note tip>The advantage of the serial port scanner is that there is never any confusion between a keyboard number input and a barcode scan.
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pos_devices_-_barcode_scanners.txt · Last modified: 2020/04/28 10:32 by kevin