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Mc75 i want to use symbol.barcode.dll to init the laser

The C# app inits the camera to scan barcodes. Instead of init the camera, I want to init the laser. Datawedge will init the laser but I have better control over evaluating what was scanned using the symbol.barcode.dll and do not need to have focus in a textbox to collect the scan. The .dll inits the first available datareader (camera). Any ideas on how to init the laser instead?

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  • Ron Boren Apr 20, 2012

    I talked to Symbol tech and he explained that OEM versions 21 or less (old) default the camera first in the registry, then the laser second. The newer OEM versions have the laser first then the camera. A registry change is required to to have the laser first on the older OEM versions, but it might be easier to upgrade the phone software.

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Try slowing down the speed of the printer. Faster speeds degrade the quality of your print. Try printing your serial (ladder) barcodes at 2-4 inches per sec. It should improve the quality of your format.

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are they the same barcode type?
what is the font set at? using Arial or other fonts can make the software send a more complicated image. use the Zebra Triuverate font. this keeps it simple. also, do a print out of the settings on each printer and compare them line by line. change the settings to match the printer that is printing correctly.

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SOURCE: I installed Datawedge.exe in my MC75 device.

We have set up many of these device with Datawedge. The configuration depends on what type of barcodes you want to read. Contact me www.datexcorp.com and we can walk you through it at no charge

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SOURCE: motorola MC5590 is not able to scan barcode

Hello,

download the datawedge file for the mc55. Its probably not loaded and configured. Once you have this file on the device and you need additional information please let me know

Here is the version 3.1.7
http://support.symbol.com/support/search.do?cmd=displayKC&docType=kc&externalId=12465&sliceId=&dialogID=162320658&stateId=1%200%20162316370


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Posted on Mar 25, 2010

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