Reader configuration

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The "Keyboard wegde" function sends ASCII (7 bit = 128 characters) based data of a serial interface as keyboard-generated characters to the host PC. This means that the data is interpreted by the target application as genuine keyboard input.

 

This function and the settings for the serial interface are provided in the parameters of the "[KeyboardWedge]" range. For this, go to the cicon2 Configuration Management and open the cicon2 Configuration file.

 

CfgCon_KeyboardWedge

 

Enable

=

Enables or disables the function.

0

=

Function disabled.

1

=

Function enabled.

ReplacementLayout

=

Determines the keyboard codes as which individual character codes of the reader are transferred to the target system. This ensures, for example, that a "Q" sent by the reader is understood at exactly that by the target application.

US

=

American keyboard layout

DE

=

German keyboard layout

FR

 

French keyboard layout

KVMKeystrokeDelay

=

Specifies the delay in milliseconds after which the next keystroke is passed on to the KVM box. This way, when keystrokes are passed on fast, none are lost during the transfer to the host PC. As a rule, the default value should suffice. Only increas this value if keystrokes are lost in the transfer. The permitted values range from 1-50.

SerialPort

=

Defines the number of the serial port where the reader data will be received.

1

=

stands for port "COM 1"

2

=

stands for port "COM 2"

Baud rate

=

symbol rate (number of symbols transmitted per unit of time) of the serial port used.

2400

=

specifies a baud rate of 2400.

4800

=

specifies a baud rate of 4800.

9600

=

specifies a baud rate of 9600.

19200

=

specifies a baud rate of 19200.

38400

=

specifies a baud rate of 38400.

Data bits

=

Number of bits per character during data transfer.

7

=

A character is represented by 7 bits.

8

=

A character is represented by 8 bits.

Stop bit

=

Number of bits signalling the end of the data transfer.

1

=

The stop bit has the length of one bit.

1.5

=

The stop bit has the length of 1.1/2 bits.

2

 

The stop bit has the length of two bits.

Parity

=

specifies the bit testing procedure to be used.

NONE

=

No bit testing procedure to be used.

EVEN

=

The attached testing bit is chosen such that the sum of bits of a character is even.

ODD

 

The attached testing bit is chosen such that the sum of bits of a character is uneven.

 

Hinweis

The values must be set to match those of the reader in order to ensure a correct transfer of data.

 

 

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