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How to get a USB barcode scanner to read into a Honeywell paperless recorder

This is the error message I got when I tried using a USB barcode scanner with my Honeywell Trendview X-Series paperless recorderEarlier this week, I was working with one of our Honeywell Trendview X-series paperless recorders. The X-Series is capable of accepting data input from a USB barcode scanner — typically used for batch identification or for user name logins — but mine wasn’t working right.

When I tried to scan a barcode, I got an error message, and it stumped me. Luckily, I figured it out in a few minutes.

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Honeywell Trendview Software Installs but Doesn’t Run in Windows 7… Why?

I’ve used Honeywell’s paperless recorder software for a decade now and didn’t expect a hiccup when I got a new laptop. Honeywell tells me the Trendview software suite is compatible with Windows 7.  

The Trendserver Pro software installation looked normal, but when I tried to import data from a recorder, the import locked up and never recovered.   Data would not transfer.   Read the rest of this entry »

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How many credits do I need for my Honeywell paperless recorder?

When I talk to customers about Honeywell X-Series paperless recorders, this is their first question. The quick answer is: It depends on what tasks the recorder needs to be able to do.

But before I get into that, let’s look at what this credit system thing does and why Honeywell switched to it on the X-Series.

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