If the part is only on one open order, the ScanIt Parts program will turn the scanner beam off and notify the user that the part has been fully scanned. If the part is on multiple open orders, the ScanIt Parts program will turn the scanner beam off and prompt the user for a control number.
If this occurs then you just need to enter the quantity that is in front of you. To scan parts individually without a quantity prompt, press “Hot Keys” and “Turn Single Mode ON” or “CTRL + Q”. Follow the same key sequence to resume scanning with a quantity prompt.
This will only occur if you have same part number on multiple control numbers.
This is normal. When you see the message you need to press a key, or touch anywhere on the screen to connect to the host computer. After you have made your connection you will be prompted with a menu of choices.
To reset the gun without saving a part, press the ESC key.
If the part that you scan comes up invalid there are a few different things that could be wrong:
- The part number may not be on order. All parts to be scanned must be on order.
- You could be scanning an invalid bar code. Type in the part number and press ENTER.
On the PC:
- Check that all firewalls are OFF.
- Check that the Scanner service is running. Contact us if the problem persists.
On the PC:
- Check that the server is running.
- Check that the Access Point is on and working.
- Check that the IP addresses are set properly.
- Contact us if the problem persists.