Keyboard interface software which can convert scanner input into keyboard data
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This software can be downloaded from QBdirect.
Data conversion to translate RS-232C input into keyboard data
QRkbif can convert the data received from RS-232C port and pass it to an application program in such a manner that the application thinks the data is actually entered from the keyboard. It supports 1-byte alphanumeric, symbol, kana characters, and 2-byte alphanumeric, symbol, kana, and kanji characters. Data transmission is supported in either Text or Keyboard mode. The terminal emulation software is also supported.
Versatile application even for a scanner with USB interface(1)
It supports a scanner with virtual COM port USB interface (QS20H-I-U, QK11-U, GT10B-SU/LU, and GT10Q-SU).
Data transmission to a target window
Data is generally transmitted to an active window (the foremost window). However, given user's specification, QRkbif can send to the target window even if it is currently inactive or minimized, resulting in fewer input errors and missing data.
Multiple QR_kbif operations in N-to-one and N-to-N connections
Not only a single scanner (one-to-one connection), the application can also support several scanners (N-to-one). In addition, if multiple QR_kbif are concurrently operated and target window is specified, more complex topologies such as N-to-N, N-to-M (M>N) can be established.
Advanced data editing
Thanks to ADF script support, QRkbif can manage any string operations including conditional judgment, scanner control, and external program execution.
Simple editing menu
QRkbif's simple menu assists data editing operations such as replacing a specific character in the input data with another character, switching a terminator, and deleting a code mark, digit display character, or check digit. It also allows addition/deletion of any strings before or after the data.
File receive function
It can receive all the incoming data into a specified file.
Automatic QR encoded image display
The incoming BMP or JPG image file can be automatically displayed on the image viewer, which can zoom up/out the image.
Image receive/display (support for QS20H and GT10Q)
Image data taken by QS20H or GT10Q can be accessed and displayed on screen.
RS-232C protocol setup
Various RS-232C protocol settings such as communication port, baud rate, parity, data length, stop bit, and flow control can be specified to meet operational needs.
QRkbif can display the incoming RS-232C data in both ASDII/JIS code and hexadecimal numeric simultaneously, providing thorough information of transmitted data including those characters otherwise explicitly unidentified.
Resident in task tray
QRkbif can become resident in task tray by minimizing the window and deleting the task bar icon. Choosing minimize option in the startup setting can lead to avoiding erroneous execution of change setup and quit commands. (2)
- Cannot support USB scanner with keyboard connection(HC36DTK-U)
- Although QR_kbif software supports a wide range of data transmission methods, depending on the application program and the OS being used, some of the transmission functions may not be available. For more information about the limitations of some functionality, refer to User's Guide shipped with the installation kit.
|OS||[RS232C interface] Windows® 98/98SE/Me/NT4.0/2000/XP[USB interface] Windows® 98SE/Me/NT4.0/2000/XP, Windows Vista (32-bit Ver.)(1)|
|CPU||Celeron® 500MHz or higher (recommended)(1)|
|Memory||Minimum 32MB for Windows® 98/98SE (1), or minimum 64MB for other OS|
|Disk space||Minimum 6MB free hard disk space|
|QS20H||QS20H, QS20H-I, QS20H-HD, QS20H-I-U|
|QS20P||QS20P-A11, QS20P-B8, QS20P-B11|
|QK||QK10, QK11, QK11-U, QK12-R, QK12-U|
|HC60||HC66, HC68, HC61|
|GT10B||GT10B-SM/-LM, GT10B-SU/-LU(3), GT10B-SB (BA10 connection)(3)|
|GT10Q||GT10Q-SU(3), GT10Q-SR, GT10Q-SB (BA10 connection)(3)|
- Microsoft® and Windows® are either registered trademarks or trademarks of Microsoft Corporation in the United States and other countries.
- Celeron® is a registered trademark of Intel Corporation in the US and other countries.
- Only virtual COM connection is supported.
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