isaidno wrote:Hello there,<br>I happen to have found a bar-code scanner around the house. It was used in a drugstore my father used to work in and I want to know how to make it work. <br><br>According to him, it's not broken so as for now I will believe that part.<br>The information I can provide is the following:<br><br>-It's a hand held scanner.<br>-Its from UBI ScanPlus SP [United Barcode Industries]<br>-It has no apparent buttons at all.<br>-The cable ends up in a rj45 connector [orange,blue,red,green,purple,white,yellow,grey].<br>-It's model#: 0-320317-00-19 from 1995<br><br>I guess that's pretty much all the information I've got from my research. I found some old user manual on-line that doesn't seem to include this model. I tried connecting it to the Ethernet input of my laptop with no response from either side. I was expecting at least something telling me that it was receiving power.<br><br>Then I realized it might need and external power supply and used MGE ups systems thing that has two rj45 connectors labeled 'in' and 'out' so I connected the reader on one side and a spare Ethernet cable from the 'out' to my laptop with still no response.<br><br>Any help?
sfsdfsdfe wrote:I know this is an old thread. But only here can I find people who have experience of using barcode. I want to ask you professional guys about barcode generator and reader. Recently, I want to create barcode in C# ASP.NET or create barcode in C# for Windows Forms. I find this barcode solution site through google. I also want to use a barcode reader. Can you good guys give me some suggestions? How's the barcode generator? I am quite new to this field. Thank you for any of your response in advance.
From the pictures I found it is either an infrared or a laser scanner. Both, if powered, should have some type of red light. Look into the scanning part of it and see if it is on. If not, then it is broken lol.
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