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HP Handheld sp400 series All-in-One Scanner Printer - Scanning

Scanning
The All-in-One can scan most one-dimensional and two-dimensional bar code symbologies. See HP Handheld sp400 series All-in-One Scanner Printer - Product Specifications for a complete list.
  1. Aim the green light bar at the bar code.
    Figure : Aim light bar
  2. Hold the All-in-One 6 - 9 inches from the bar code.
  3. Hold the All-in-One at a slight angle (approximately 5-degrees) to the scan surface.
    Figure : All-in-One angle
      note:
    Hold steady for best results.
When the scan is complete, the imager light will turn off, and the All-in-One will emit a Hi tone.
When the All-in-One is ready to print, it will display green tail lights and emit a Hi tone.
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There are two ways to clear the bar code or symbol and prepare the All-in-One to scan again:
  • Press the yellow CLEAR button. The red tail lights will flash once and the All-in-One will emit a tone.
  • Wait for the All-in-One to time out and erase the scan from the memory. The All-in-One will emit a Hi-Lo tone and the red tail lights will flash once.
Scanning tips
  • The All-in-One's scanner is similar to a digital camera in that it takes digital pictures of a bar code. Like a digital camera, the scanner should be held as still as possible when reading a bar code.
  • The green light bar should be approximately centered on the bar code.
  • The green light bar should cover approximately 3/4 of a wide linear bar code.
  • The All-in-One is capable of reading bar codes at a distance of from 2 - 12 inches, but 6 - 9 inches is the ideal range. Actual reading distances may vary depending on the dimensions of the bar code.
  • Reading bar codes straight on is appropriate in many cases, but the reflected light can interfere with reading. Holding the All-in-one at an angle of about 5 degrees to the bar code may give better results.
  • The All-in-One reads bar codes in an omni-directional manner. This means the All-in-One does not need to be pointed in the same direction as the bar code.
Figure : The green light bar should be approximately centered on the bar code and cover approximately 3/4 of a wide bar code
Figure : The All-in-One reads bar codes in an omnidirectional manner

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