This interface “wedges” itself in between your keyboard and a PC, and makes the PC think that the barcode scans are coming from the keyboard.
The Keyboard Wedge interface is less common nowdays because of the popularity of USB.
None if common interfaces such as USB or Keyboard Wedge are used, as the PC is “tricked” into seeing and barcode scan as keystrokes.
If you need to use a less common interface such as RS232, ASP’s ASPKey+ Utility Program can likewise trick your PC into thinking barcode scans have been typed in.
If unsure, please contact us for further advice.
The most common connection is USB. Scanners with a USB connection simply plug into a USB port on your computer, and away you go!
If your PC doesn’t have a USB port, a Keyboard Wedge interface is the next choice – it connects between your keyboard and your PC.
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