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How to Use SerialMagic Professional Action Profiles to Clip Data

This tutorial will demonstrate how to use SerialMagic Professional’s Action Profiles feature to automatically clip data. For this demonstration, we are using SerialMagic Professional for Windows 10. 1. Click on “Action Profiles Manager.” 2. Right-click within the SerialMagic Action Profile Manager window and select “Add Profile.” 3. Name the new profile something that makes sense. Then add a short description before clicking “OK” to save. 4. You can save the Action Profile is one of two ways. Select “Save” if you will only be using this workflow on the current

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How to setup the idChamp 1126/1128 with SerialMagic Professional for Windows

This support article will show you how to configure SerialMagic Professional for Windows for use with the idChamp UHF 1126/1128. This tutorial is applicable to both the idChamp UHF 1126 desktop scanner and the idChamp UHF 1128 scanner. 1. Plug your idChamp 1126/1128 into your Windows PC via the micro USB cable that came with it in the box. 2. Download and install SerialMagic Professional for Windows if you have not already done so. 3. Launch SerialMagic Professional and click on “Add” to add a new connection. 4. Select “Cabled

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How to connect the Scanfob NFC-BB2 to SerialMagic Professional for Windows with the BlueSnap USB

This article provides instructions on how to pair the Scanfob NFC-BB2 with SerialMagic Professional for Windows with the BlueSnap USB dongle. 1. Launch SerialMagic Professional. 2. If this is not your first time launching the SerialMagic Pro application, click “Add.” 3. Select “Connect to the remote Bluetooth device using BlueSnap USB.” 4. Select the image of the Scanfob NFC-BB2, then click “Next.” 5. SerialMagic will attempt to discover the BlueSnap USB. It will appear within SerialMagic as “COM[X] (USB Serial Port) (BlueSnap USB).” Click on it to select it, then

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How to pair the idChamp RS4 with SerialMagic Professional for Windows 10

This support article demonstrates how to pair the idChamp RS4 Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE) RFID Reader with Windows 10 and SerialMagic Professional.  Note that this feature is ONLY available for Windows 10 build 14328 and later. Pairing your idChamp RS4 with Windows 10 is a two-step process. First, we will pair the RS4 directly through Windows Bluetooth settings. After the connection to Windows 10 is established, we will connect to SerialMagic Professional. We will then test the configuration to make sure everything is working properly. You will need the following for this

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How to configure the Scanfob Ultra-BB2 with SerialMagic Professional for Windows

o configure the Scanfob® Ultra-BB2 you will need the following items: The Scanfob® Ultra-BB2 scanner The provided USB cable A Windows PC A copy of SerialMagic Professional installed Add the Scanfob® Ultra-BB2 Once you have all the necessary components, plug the Scanfob® Ultra-BB2 into your Windows PC using the USB cable then open SerialMagic Professional. If you have never used SerialMagic Professional before, you will be prompted with the device wizard. If you do not see this screen, but rather the main SerialMagic Professional window, click the Add button to access the wizard.

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How to pair the BlueSnap Smart with Windows 10 via BLE

This article demonstrates how to pair the BlueSnap Smart BLE dongle to connect to Windows 10. If you haven’t already set up your BlueSnap Smart dongle to be able to pair with Windows 10 (by default it will only pair with Android/iOS), please do so now by following our guide on configuring the BlueSnap Smart to pair with Windows 10.  Pair your BlueSnap Smart with Windows 10 Bluetooth settings 1. Make sure that your Window 10 PC or tablet supports Bluetooth Low Energy (Bluetooth 4.0 or later) and that Bluetooth

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How to pair idChamp EUA UHF RFID with SerialMagic Professional Windows 10 via BLE

This article demonstrates how to pair the idChamp EUA with SerialMagic Professional for Windows 10 via BLE. Note — you must first use yACK BLE (for Android or iOS) to enable the bl e e setting for the idChamp EUA to work with Windows 10 Bluetooth (BLE). If you have not already done so, visit our page on how to setup the idChamp EUA to pair with Windows 10 via BLE before continuing.  Pair with Windows 10 Bluetooth settings 1. Make sure that your Window 10 PC or tablet supports Bluetooth Low Energy (Bluetooth 4.0 or later) and

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How to connect the Ultra-PD1 to SerialMagic Professional for Mac OSX

This support article demonstrates how to connect the Ultra-PD1 cabled UHF scanner with SerialMagic Professional for Mac OS X. 1. Install the latest version of SerialMagic Professional for Mac (click here to download). 2. Plug the Ultra-PD1 into your Mac via the USB cable it came with. 3. Launch SerialMagic Professional. 4. Navigate to “Preferences” then click on the “Scanner” tab. 5. Select the scanner device. In this case, it should be something along the lines of “usbserial– …” 6. Set the scanner type to Ultra-PD1 (aka ICEKEY UHF). 7.

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SERIALMAGIC API OVERVIEW FOR WINDOWS

This page outlines the SerialMagic engine API interface on Windows. On Windows, the SerialMagic API is provided via an event-based interface. The example project builds the “DirectDataTest” application which is designed to work with SerialMagic Professional 4.3.2.0 and later. To test the API first run SerialMagic Professional 4.3.2.0 or later, then in the Application Settings dialog enable the “Post Direct Data” option. When DirectDataTest is running ensure that SerialMagic Professional is running, then tap the DirectDataTest “Register” button and it should register to receive scan events (or data packets) from SerialMagic

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How to set a suffix for SerialMagic Keys for iOS

This article demonstrates how to change the suffix character that SerialMagic Keys append to each scan. 1. Launch the SerialMagic Keys application.  2. Scroll down to “Keyboard Settings.” 3. Tap on “Append to scan.” SerialMagic Keys provides you with five common suffix characters; Return, Tab, Space, Comma, and “None.” (Yes, we know “None” isn’t a character in the traditional sense.) 4. Select the character you want to use as the suffix. You’ll see that character to the right of “Append to scan.” 5. To disable the suffix, select “None.

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