When the IS1650 is in operation, it provides audible feedback. These sounds
indicate the status of the scanner. Eight settings are available for the tone of the
beep (normal, six alternate tones and no tone). To change the tone, refer to the
MetroSelect Single-Line Configuration Guide (MLPN 00-02544) or MetroSet2’s
help files.
One Beep
When the scanner successfully reads a bar code, it will beep once and the
white LED will turn on indicating data is being transmitted.
If the scanner does not beep once and the white light does not turn on, then
the bar code has not been successfully read.
Short Razzberry Tone
This tone is a failure indicator (see Failure Modes on page 24).
Long Razzberry Tone
This tone is a failure indicator (see Failure Modes on page 24).
Three Beeps - At Power Up
When IS1650 first receives power, it will start an initialization sequence.
All LEDs (yellow, white, and blue) will light for approximately two seconds then
start to flash alternately. When the scanner has finished initializing the LEDs
will stop flashing and the unit will beep three times indicating that the scanner
is ready for use.
Three Beeps - Configuration Mode
When entering configuration mode, the white LED will flash while the scanner
will simultaneously beep three times. The white and blue LEDs will continue to
flash while in this mode. Upon exiting configuration mode, the scanner will
beep three times, and the LEDs will stop flashing.
When configured, three beeps can also indicate a communications timeout
during normal scanning mode.
When using single-code-configuring, the scanner will beep three times:
a normal tone followed by a short pause, a high tone and then a low tone.
This indicates that the single configuration bar code has successfully
configured the scanner.
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