Configuration for your PalmOS Handheld Scanner
including the Symbol SPT15xx, SPT17xx, SPT18xx, CSM150, and the PSC Momentum
There are a number of barcode-enabled PalmOS handheld devices on the market, mostly from Symbol Technologies. These scanners have dozens and dozens of built-in featureswhich types of barcodes are scanned (and which aren't), whether or not check digits are scanned, how many seconds the scanner tries before giving up, whether the scan beam is wide or narrow, whether an "aiming beam" is activated before the actual scanning beam, and so on. Unfortunately, none of these parameters are accessible to the end-user of the devices. Programmers can access all of them, and may chose in individual programs to allow end-users to control one or more of these parameters, or may simply "hardcode" some particular set of parameters into the software.
ScanConfig changes this situation. ScanConfig is a new "Preference" (like the preferences which allow you to set formats, date and time, etc. on the Palm) which allows the end-user access to ALL of the features of the scanner, so that the scanner can be configured EXACTLY as the particular application (and the user) require (as a point of reference, the standard Symbol "Diag" program allows you access to a FEW of these parameters, and doesn't save your settings at all, so it really has little or no value other than for quick tests). Of course you can also activate the scanner from within ScanConfig to test the settings you select.
Features and Benefits:
Want to learn more about ScanConfig?
We've tried to keep this page simple, but the complete manual for ScanConfig is part of the download when you download the software (see below). Even if you don't have a Palm, there are plenty of screen shots, so you can see everything the software can do, and how easy it is to use.
Want to try ScanConfig yourself?
You can download ScanConfig and put it through its paces without a Serial Number (password). The handheld software is fully functional without a serial number, but when you HotSync the data, only the first five items in any data you collect will be transferred to the desktop, and in addition, the software will expire in 14 days. This should allow you to fully evaluate what ScanConfig can do for you and your business. Download now.
Want to learn more about PalmOS handhelds?
Our software runs on the Palm operating system (PalmOS). PalmOS is developed by PalmSource, and is licensed for use on handheld devices made by palmOne (including the Treo, Zire, and Tungsten lines), Handspring (now part of palmOne), Sony, Symbol (some models), Kyocera, Samsung, and others. A complete, current list of licensees, with links to their respective websites, can be found here.
ScanConfigis enhanced to take advantage of barcode-scanning capability, which means that if you have a PalmOS handheld equipped with a barcode scanner, the software will operate even more efficiently (although it definitely works without barcode scanning on "normal" PalmOS handhelds). There are a variety of options for barcode scanning using PalmOS handhelds; you can read all about them here. At this time, ScanConfig works only on units made by Symbol Technologies.
Who we are...
Stevens Creek Software has been developing and marketing software for Macintosh, Windows, DOS, PalmOS, and iPhone (iOS) since 1988. We specialize in handheld solutions, with more than 20 titles for PalmOS and iOS. Learn more...
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You can license a single copy of ScanConfig for $19.95.
Most users download the software from our Web site and pay for the software online; for a small charge we can send you the software on a disk via regular mail instead. You can order online or by mail.
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