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For 30 years I have been helping organisations and individuals with their Barcode and Auto ID issues but now I have decided it is time to move on and retire from being the Barcode Man.

I will continue to respond to emails from existing customers about their earlier purchases, their special programming configurations and warranty issues but I regret I cannot help with new purchases or issues nor recommend alternative products or sources.

Lee Allen, The Barcode Man. February 2010


WARNING: This pages contain material which can change the configuration of your scanner or other equipment. You should not scan any barcode or follow any procedure unless you understand the issues or have been advised by our support engineer.

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Purpose: To change the radio channel used by a cordless scanner. Needed if more than one cordless scanner is used in the same area. May be used to mitigate interference from other radio systems being used in the area. Increasing the communications failure timeout may also help mitigate radio interference. See SS-5110-RadTout

1: Scan this barcode first
2: Scan this barcode second
3: Now scan four numbers from sheet SS-9000-HexNum. The numbers represent a four digit Radio Channel Number. Any channel number in range 0000-1999 is valid. The default channel number we use is 0000 but you must use a different number if you already have a system using that number. Every system must have a unique number otherwise the systems will interfere with each other.
4: Scan this barcode after scanning the channel address digits.
The Scanner now has a new channel number but before it can be used it has to be associated with the charger base (cradle) which acts as the radio receiver for your data.
5: Scan this barcode. The green light on the scanner will start to flash. You must now (within 10 seconds) place the scanner firmly on the base. The scanner will beep, signalling the base has been paired to the scanner, the green flashing light on the scanner will go off. This completes the procedure.

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