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INTRODUCTION
USB Keyboard with the IS4225-07
The IS4225-07 leaves the factory pre-configured for USB Keyboard.
This guide contains the configuration bar codes necessary to ensure that the
scanner communicates properly with the host if the factory default
configuration is lost or needs modification (see page 3).
The scanner communicates using RS232 protocol. The default (RS232)
settings of the scanner are as follows:
9600 baud 2 stop bits
7 data bits space parity
In addition, the scanner uses ACK/NAK and XON/XOFF software
handshaking, plus the data transmission ends with both carriage return and
line feed suffixes. The 1st and 2nd prefixes are used to set the country of the
keyboard.
Example #1: IS4225, German Keyboard, Bar Code = 012345, No custom
prefixes available.
Configuration: <Ctl-V> <D> <012345> <CR><LF>
Pref #1 Pref #2 Data Terminators
Data Transmitted = 012345<CR>
Prefixes #1 and #2 specify the German keyboard and the <CR> <LF>
terminators are needed by the IS4225-07 for framing the data. Only 2
custom prefixes are available on the IS4225.
USB Point-of-Sale (POS) with the IS4225-08
The IS4225-08 leaves the factory pre-configured for USB Point-of-Sale.
This guide contains the configuration bar codes necessary to ensure that the
scanner communicates properly with the host if the factory default
configuration is lost or needs modification (see page 6).
The scanner communicates using RS232 protocol. The default (RS232)
settings of the scanner are as follows:
9600 baud, 2 stop bits
7 data bits, space parity
In addition, the scanner uses ACK/NAK and XON/XOFF software
handshaking, and the data transmission ends with both carriage return and
line feed suffixes.
When using USB Point-of-Sale, special prefixes are not required.
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