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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.

How to get help


Procedure Overview

Replace the cable. Connect the scanner to your terminal device and scan the 2 barcodes on this page. The scanner has now been reconfigured and is ready for use.

Cable replacement: Preliminary

Inspect the new cable. On the square end you will see a small transparent plastic catch. This is the catch you will be depressing to release the old cable. Locate the small hole in the scanner handle close to where the cable is attached. You will need a probe tool to push into this hole. A straightened paper clip is ideal.

Cable replacement: Method

  1. Holding the cable strain relief push the cable in towards the body of the scanner. This is to remove any tension from the retaining catch.
  2. Push the probe tool into the hole to depress the plastic spring catch. Withdraw the cable.
  3. To fit the new cable just push it in position until you hear the faint click from the plastic catch.

Scanner Programming

1: Scan this barcode first
2: Scan this barcode second

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