StoreTender RF Server  Version 8.0  Copyright ©2014,  Aloha Data Systems, Inc.

RF Server Configuration

 

 

Overview

 

The RF Server Configuration dialog is used to define the Base Station communications port as well as a Label Printer if attached.

 

Actions

 

Edit - Allows editing the settings.

 

Save - Saves changes to file.

 

Cancel - Cancels the current edit without saving.

 

 Close - Closes the form.

 

Test - Prints a label using the current settings.

 

Help - Displays the help menu (see Help Menu).

 

Tool Tips - Hover the mouse cursor over any field descriptor to display a brief description.

 

Fields

 

Base Station

 

Com Port - The communications port (1-64) the base station is plugged into.

 

Label Printer

 

Manufacturer - The manufacturer of the label printer. Select from a list of supported manufacturers.

 

Model - The model of the label printer. Select from a list of supported models for the selected manufacturer..

 

Emulation - The software emulation to use. Select from a list of supported emulations.

 

Interface - Select from a Windows Printer or a RS-232 serial interface.

 

Windows Interface

 

Printer Name - Select the printer from a list of currently installed printers.

 

RS232 Serial Interface

 

Port Name - Select a serial port (1-64) from the drop down list..

 

Baud Rate - Select the baud rate from the drop down list.

 

Parity - Select the parity from the drop down list.

 

Data Bits - Select the number of data bits from the drop down list.

 

          Stop Bits - Select the number of stop bits from the drop down list.

 

Hint: Most label printers will work using the following settings:

Baud Rate: 9600

Parity: None

Data Bits: 8

Stop Bits: 1